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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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" I I T. M."Elbow Williams, Grease" Necessary On Farm SENTIMENT ALMOST UNANIMOUS I HIGH IN V. F. W. I DISPIlTE- -


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63-year-old: far- :,: .,


)IS I mer growing, has In strawberries been this- .'I -!.. ) i ieo : AGAINST LIFE FOR KIDNAPER t 'r 'RAGES OVER


j I county probably' .", w4 .
i -: ij An informal poll taken here treino. penalty death In the dectrie
ST longer than any : REA PROJECT
other living per- .' urly this week found the men andamen I chair with no consideration
I 1- a nult.. .k on the streets of Starke alp or" commutation of sentence
; son. Pausing a
"t unanimously agreed that I Rl'TH JOHNSON, sewing "i.iom'iporvisur
moment at the
,1 \\\-ould\ (' o I Itflllt1ld !I! endless task of 1. !t.nklin Pierce MrCill. ,, convicted )No. Becuu-o mar.. Poict-r Company Accused

j jr" ]Idiinuper\ of Ckeeglu rash. should J Ji v< us he would then h.- portion n
d |I cultivating his
Of To
i "V with his life for tho crime he If h<> was a poor, Ignorant I fi-llm. Trying Block
1 I
I patch of "run .
ur i ,/ II ,Ir I- committed.. no one would care what hepp"n: Work In 5 Counties

I pic-tured .. :', The following! answers were root cd 1 to him A person ft urn .1 go"t'

1 I II Ivtd to the question "Do you t.,mlly and educated. known In"r"
Ing the flight of \ViiulM hiivo been llvlnr thick
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) r think that the death sentence Imposed about what he ii doing and !llollld>\in.iv
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i n | some migratory \\i { nil' I l.i I hitwct n the Ito, al Rlecttlluillin --
< I I (, .. on Franklin Pierce McCull ,the full penalty for ho 111"-"
,?'''. 'I I Ii I i birds over his i should be commuter! to life Imprisonment nlly figures that If he gets coughs I I Administration and the
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field. rliln! Power & Light t ( 0. following -
pI ? If so wvy/ ?" he con get out through pull nr L
:
i i (i I Mr. Williams I ) the formet's rhiitgithat'
t H. H. LEWISfarmerI am'' through an Insanity plea
.. Tht.t:
I'"' >",.< I I i says that moreI -till unde'ldpdIt 'present. If I I 'it r the ones who ahouM pay iinJthen Ini' power rompiny IH attempting
i than 'In oils!I'\ll't n rurul l electrification
1 I Irho I I fifty years -1/ was sure he meant. to murder the the Ignorant ones wouldn't '
: la', i piojcrt in Bradford, Clay Putnam
a;;o Mack DoSue, child I would he die. be
say ought/ to so apt to try things thinking
mil;> K If |I a negro, grew the II. A. BISHOP owner Starke they too If have Union und Alachua Countlos.
can by.
(:; ], get we
'f "oat I 1 first acre of 1'\\ 11ML1 J !I I Telephone CoNo.. If they don't lows, we should come up to them I I 1\1.\:0.\\: : m.l. O TIlKOWr.H With headquarters at a Keystone

lv'hich '? has ,i i strawberries in kill McCall they might ns well tbol I, io matt r who It hits.: If this I' Heights plant, the HE A
,avmdl tux this county, lit- ,. I Maxwell O Tit tm vii former. resident plans to make electricity availableto '
I away" with capital punishment In were done, I think things would
en foi the -1 tle knowing that ;J I of Starke and now Commander farmers In parts of Bradford
-< this state, and It will probably I be different ti
ort would be I their popularity I of the St. Augustine Tout, anti l four other counties.
.. cause someone else to commit a ARTHUR GRIFFIS. pharmacist. -
I
scDiiol! Board ;|, would Increase .. crime I Veterans of Foreign Wars, was The fireworks when John
''I as he would surely be killed No. Let's not encourage the began/:
10 Health work ( I Ii until they became ; When he got out of prison. We crime called kidnaping. The criminal unanimously' elected Department lit Curmody, rural electrification

Sffl0)) II was I Bradford's num- .. .. 'I don't want any more lynchlnga. I knows the penalty before he Quartermaster at the eighth an- iMlmlnlntrutor In Washington D.

i The plan and j I I ber one crop. I MRS. CLKNNIE HICKOK. coun- commits the crime. nunl encampment of the organization C protested what he termed an

Led'! health i iLpr Mr. Williams set his first acre of berries forty-six years ago and ty nurse No. If It had been my I T. B. PINHOLSTER, Broc.kerpostmaster. held In Sarasota, lust week. "otitraKeous" attempt by the Florida

F V '!'I' bas been growing them continuously ever since. He has averaged five I child I know I would feel that heI .---No. If we are to have He was also appointed Department Tower & Light Co., to destroy \'

health board's ,, acres per year and estimates his total production to date at somewhere I should pay the full penalty of the I laws they should be enforced. Adjutant and Ltnson Officer by tho project. Me made the protestIn

Inlty and Child I, around 12,000 bushels. He has experienced good years anti law' MRS. G P. RAYMOND WPA' Department Commander A. MacCommander a telegram io the president of ;

mat i the 1 i bad; can remember when berries brought as much as $J2.SO per bushel \ C. A. CURLING, roadside stand I commodities mipervlnor.-No. The I Intyre. Electric Bond & Share Co., of

"the,, two "-aunties I crate and other times when buyers "actually refused to buy '..m." proprietort-: When anyone deliberates crime he committed certainly warrants Thrower was bornin New York, of which the Florida

a directo, who I There is no substitute tor "elbow grease' In successful farming, fof it period l of weeks before the electric chair.W. Macon, Ga but spent much of company Is a subsidiary

lof medicine ', Mr. Williams says and the Telegraph Is ready to vouch for the fact attempting a crime It Is proof E. THORNTON, highway patrolman -I' hits and youth received on his a farm education'nonr Slnrke in the "Three weeks ago, after a year'

nurses one for ) ; I that he practices what he preaches. For one reason or another we had positive to ma that he Is sane at school hnl1 e.. Yes. I preparation." Caimody wired "a
schools here, He entered
public
unitary officer I to make five trips to his farm northeast of Starke before getting a enough to pay whatever penaltythe I believe McCull's sentence shouldhe the service In Jacksonville! In 1918 farmer cooperative project financed -

explained that I I picture that we considered good enough to print and every time we law demands. commuted to life Imprisonmentfor at the of sixteen and served( by us began to stake lines.
age
would be largely j arrived there--early In the morning or' late in the afternoon- -Mr Williams W. E MIDDLF.TON M. D.-. I don't believe his mind Is Immediately ;your company followed -
NO'I I overseas from July 1918 to June
I than curative I!, was hard at work in his patch of runners I He hag forfeited all rights to right from all I ve read and heard stokers el'ecllncompuny poles
19t!>. He "relumed< to civilian life
"These I ciety. It would Invite other similar of the case. and running service Into forma unasked -
and eriteted the regular Army at
I their entire time I crime. He a menace to society LEON ALVAREZ, filling station and without service contracts -
Augusta Ga, in 1923. He was assigned -
3 preventable di would have a chance to es operator. No. They'd better take Your company's belated
USEFUL CITIZEN TWO\ ELECTIONSWILL I to Fort McPherson wherehe
i cation of the i cape. his life legally for If they don't served in the various glades to attempt to smash this project Is t

I iclentlfic E. C PRIEST, gasoline bulk someone will do It Illegally. out I.agf'ou."
staff and
sergeant sergeant major.
hygiene and the !|i OF BRADFORD BE HELD distributor -No. The law providesthat Mrs L. S. HUTTO, housewife In 1928 he was detailed to duty The charge was Immediately denied
I for ransom Is I am still undecided I want to
kidnaping
pun-
municable with the Floilda. National Guard by officials of the power company -
ishable by death, and I think the see justice done and McCall committed
1 with and under who issued the following
an sergeant-instructor and was assigned -
I | ON TUESDAY law should be enforced. I think a terrible crime. But on
the State Board DIES SUNDAYG. to the office of senior Instructor statement: "Our company has not

I Chappell suld. a law should be passed prohibit- the other hand, he Is so young thatI at the State Arsenal In attempted, nor have we the desire
I the of ransom feel he might lend a differentlife
tag payment
to smash rural electrification
The St. Augustine. He was appointed any
j W. H. NOEGEL. shooting gal if given another chance.
I board members {W. Alderman Had Voting To Take Place lery proprietor.-No. Although I E. F. CAIN dairy representative. 2nd Lieutenant In the Infantry project.
J action other I Section of the Officers Reserve "For months we have been try-
\ know HcCall's well and .-Yes. Because our laws are
I they would take Held Many Important In Districts One parents Corps In 1927, promoted to let Ing to secure maps showing the
fine I feel that he Intended to exact of
measures cor-
I consideration and ,' they are people. Lieutenant in 1930 and Captain In I proposed lines of this project In
I'I Public Offices Two, and Ten should be pualaned!! to the full extent rection instead of vengeance. If
be known within I 1934, later transferring to the Ad- the vicinity of our properties in
of the law. we take McCall's life what exam-
jutant General' depaitment. order to avoid such .a misunderstanding -
I Besides Dr. George W Alderman, a promi- Elections will be held Tuesdayin MRS. R C. BUFORD, nurse.I .- ple have we set for posterity? We as has arisen.
be..nactive
tag was I, nent citizen of Bradford County three county sub school districts I No. Because If we let him getaway cannot be true to our professed Commander Thrower has
I lett, of the ]I I In the state V. F. W. organization Cheater Lake REA representative
I according to advertisements ordered with It there will be move belief as a Christian nation and
I of Sanitation ; j I passed away suddenly Sunday for several years. Hewn at Keystone Heights could not
residence published by the Board of Pub- kidnaping sanction capital punishment.
on
at the family
I lliss ,I morning elected to the Department bn reached yesterday for a statement -
J L .
lic Instruction J. H. FIELDS, carpenter.-No. E. A. WILMOT, farmer.-No.
I visor of I' North Walnut Street. Although Council) of Administration and was but It Is understood that efforts
nurses I' in health for Freeholders In Theressa Sub As a parent and a citizen of the If given life Imprisonment he will
had been
I he failing
of the being made for amicable
Bourn State Commander Military me an -
of
Health: the immediatecause School District No. One and Hampton State of Florida. I have given se- soon be pardoned out. I am also
I several months, Order of the Cootie, the honor degree settlement of the dispute. ,?
Lauglln of the d"I this and I in favor of It the
of his death was an acute Sub School District No Two rious thought to case making against
I reau of : I will vote to decide whether the| firmly believe that the crime law to pay ransom money to kld- or fun organization: of I ho In the meanwhile meetings of nrural
heart attack and the news was a
I W 1937. He ell"cteddppa..tment
V.o' In
Gertrude was
} with the residents are being held In
I I, shock to his friends through- two districts will officially con- should be handled ex- nipers.
I
I Welfare many quartermaster and appointed -
Board "Olldute. They will also vote for Alachua and Putnam counties tomll.e
out the state.
I from (I Department Adjutant In
the Starke three trustees who will take of- plans for the formation ofRFIA
The funeral was held Monday I Alvarez On Vacation 1937 to fill an unexpired term. cooperatives. No such meetIngs -
-- fice If the consolidation issue carries -
'afternoon at four o clock at the DIAMOND BALL His re-election and re-nppolntment has yet been announced for
and will the to be
i set millage J. M. Alvarez, one of Starke'spioneer
I he of Ices
Baptist Church of which was Lame tin recognition set Bradford County. After the rural
district for
assessed In the new
i a member, with the Rev. L. A.ehenherd businessmen. Is taking his faithfully end well performed\. residents have formed their group
the the next two years. i To Be Played Here first vacation since 1014, when he ...
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they are given 11 government loan
Freeholders In Vanderbilt Sub I I spent a few weeks at Hot Springs,
sive service. The choir sang two and electric service lines In-
A iibstantal; School District No. Ten will elect I Aik. The two vacations are the are
Home of LEX BOOSTEDAT
amount of od ,, appropriate hymns "The I hree trustees and will fix the mil. ON FOURTH only ones of any length that he ulicd, I
the Soul" and "Jesus, Savior, PI- +
In tin -
number of I age in the district for the next I hfs taken during his forty-four
It I lot Me. Mr. Shepherd commenced
fgruee in Bradford with the quotation) from Whitman: two years. yours In business here. Last Saturday LAKE SUPPER 4TH OF JULYCLOSING

just ----. ------- K. G. Duncan Elected he left, accompanied by his

Welfare oajd \ i "0 Captain my Captain! ORATORY laughter' Mrs. J. H. GUI, who he

In .fuly I9a: I our fearful trip 13 done: Manager OfIfldepcndenls Is visiting: her home In Monroe, FOR GOVERNOR

i t1vinis/ 1048.70 | The whip has weathered FLOWS AT CLUBAn N. C. He Is Improving In health Here In the way Fourth of July

103 recipients i I every rack, the prire we and bpfnie returning home will go closing stacks up according to

June 1938 $ sought Is won!" unusuil program was enjoyed to Chimney Rock, N. C., where he latest Infoimillion:

uteri rnong 274 ,! He paid a glowing tribute to the I at the Rctary Club Wednesdayunder At u meeting held lost Friday will spend a couple of weeks. He Say He In Undecided Dry goods stores, hardware

county The !; unblemished life of the deceasedand ( the direction of C. C. Hoppe. night but the Starke Independent hasn't entirely forgotten Bradford About Future, barber shops, post office, and

July of last year closed with lines from Ten- I Seven;; members were asslgnd top- Diamond Bull team, K. G. Duncan County however, for in his first bank/ closed: all day.

I'tllle to $]3.59 In I nyson's "Crossing the Bar. j Ilcs upon which thy spoke for five wan elected business manager letter home he irked his folks to llowwrEnrourujreinrat ? Groceries, and court house office -

Half of the George W. Alderman was the 'minutes' furnishing much amuse- Charles Darby manager, and send him five dozen ears of corn -- --. --will close at noon. '

Old Age I run of William R. and Lucretla Al I ment for those who could sit back George Raymond captain.Mr. I and ten pounds of cow peas. for Congressran The Hoard of County Commissioners -

Prior to July, derman. He was born August 29. I land enjoy the fun. The subjects Duncan started off his man- R. A Green of Starke, to will meet In the
morningbut
county coffers I 1870 In the western section of I supplied by Mr. Hoppe were real agersiup In fine chape by making +- un either for the governorship or will probably adjourn at noon.

received since Bradford County He was married I Inspiration as may be seen from arrangements for a game with the I for the United States Senate was The School Board has postponed

wm from the January 8, 1890 to Miss Dora the following list: very strong Standard Oil team of FOUR BOYS forthcoming at a supper held Us regular meeting until Wednes-

thereby relieving Croft: and to this union seven, M. F. Erown- "When a cow Jacksonville It will probably bet I AT FT. SCREVENFour Tuesday night at Klngslfy Kcach. :|' lay

ance burden children were bora. At the age headed the wrong. way on the played during next week. I Pindlord County's Representative I

county to care of seventeen Mr. Alderman begun right-of-way Is hit the hard way Thursday afternoon of last week Bradford County boys are fleet C>o, II. In man was host to The only entertainment activity
scheduled for Starke Is diamond
tor those In need teaching school and continued In by a car going the right way and I Independents defeated their I going In for army life In a big several members of the 1937 House j ball games on the school grounds.

L Although I this line of work for eight years; they both end up In a bud pay, ol.J' rivals frorn the Veterans' Camp .. "....n___ ...__._ I and other officials I .
""" rated from> be was elected county tax collector why Is the driver of the car milked, by a score of fourteen to five. All wuy HI* the Gltizena jyiuiLury IIHIU- In a statement to the Telegraph -

!"January of this and filled this office for two I Instead of the cow ?" of the locals were on their toes ng Camp at Fort Screven, Ga. I yesterday Mr. Green, who was I BIBLE SCHOOL

erne profiting terms; was a member of the coun- L. A. Shepherd- "How a preacher behind the fine pitching of Harry They are AI Kay Carlisle, Marlon present at the supper, said he was PLANSPlans

"Blstance In ty school board and for fifteen I can play around and get away Houston They also won one of Wllllims, Louis Davis, and Albert I pleased over the sentiments expressed a

COunty, eleven : years was cashier of the Furmeis with Itt ," the practice games against Law- forruellu. The following Information but that he had no other for the Vacation Bible

$148 00 during and Dealers Bank at Lake Butler '.- P. Smith"Why Is the curve try and lost one. I comment to make. Ills plans for School at the Baptist Church will

the "*k-* to Dej I In 1920 he moved to Starke and I of a> barrel stave the reverse of I The games. were played on tbe concerning their activities'I.I.th future are undecided, he said. be carried forward as announcedIn
'linn In stave?" ; l lias been received here: Mr In man acted a* toastmaster
new as Clerk the old fashioned coiset I
served for twelve years pew diamond at the school house last week's Issue of the Telegraph

curity Poard at of the Circuit Court; and was a I A, J. Thomas-"While my good I' here and were seen by a large Davis Is a "white as third- at the supper and Impromptuspeeches with only the following major -

upon Its I member of the City Council. FOI'the deeds and bad deeds are of public number of local fang. year men are called and Is actingas were made by sevlrall"C- change: there will be no
berlQ disbursing of his life heI I Ii record they can t be used for islators and county officials. I!I
last three year. The Independents' roster is com-: a line sergeant and guide of classes at all Monday July 4. but
liltance' at the i was employed by the State Road' or against me." of the following twelve players : the third platoon In Company A. I + I>!, school will open at 8:30: A. M.
per posed
Sentenced
year. The inTallahassee. !! L. It. Vlnlng- "Have the bark of Forger
i 5.
headquarters
with i Tuesday, July
JIeIkIed I Department : Harry Houston Charles Dar Torruella Is a "basic' or first \I
of the willow
proprilltion Is limited For many years past the pine and the weep ?" | by John Hug..n. Monk Dlnklnn, year man, and Is assigned to Company ICIby: Moore, 26-year-old resident i,I As anounced previously. Friday

$2t\oOCO.00\ of he was a deacon In the Baptist I anything In common fl .h' Merrill McMillan, Tom Hardln. Ed- C He plays on the company of Lawtey was sentenced lust (today) Is enrollment day, and

"iiuls.. in Church; was also a Mason and a Jos. E. Wilson-/'My 'poor" (I die Raymond, George Raymond, baseball team. Friday by Judge A Z Adkins to registration/ will begin promptly at

Woodman of the World. Mr. Alderman policy covers everything. Eldridge Smith Elmo Struth Dick Williams Is a "blue," or fourth two years in prison following his ;;' 8:30: A. M. Pupils will come to
members enjoyed
+ I was a devoted husband | The club aI, Griff, and Harmon Morgan. year man and Is In Company B. plea of KUllty to a charge of for- the entrance of the Sunday SchoolRooms
watermelons -
fine
,,
guilds \ and father a good neighbor, always -I special, treat of from eight O. L. Beasley On Tuesday of'this week Starke This Is his first year at Fort geiy. Although Moore Is said to I where the secretaries will
In civic and a gift
to help have written chucks
Greene
ready on assist them In filling registration
Dodd Is I _- | went camping acabl"and finallywon Screven, but he ha attended
big touches on church work and he will be greatly Woman Sentenced I a hard decisionover the Vets. Camps In California He Is tryingout Store and N. Sternberg for small I ca rd*.

In for Mldlakes. missed In this community. i For the first tinu -since the beginning for the rifle team which will amount, he pleaded guilty and The age rung for children plan

the southeastern I Expressing respect, love, and Circuit Judge A. Z. Adklns. of ,I of soft-bail1 competition this go to Camp Perry later in the was sentenced only on a charge of ning to attend the Vacation Blbl.l

tr' when this : sympathy quantities of flowers I' 1'taike, who held court In Macclen- j season, an extia inning was i's-' :' summer to compete with other urging a check on J. L. Harrell. School Is six to sixteen years In*
ple4d, and by last week, sentenced Mrs. Ella I I of Lawtey for 922.: elusive
ny
Mr. Individuals
sent by United
Dodd I were quired to determine the winner. i teams from all over the
etbtn I Crockett of that town to five years I _. II i
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rent the following of In the tenth frame Houston ti Iplcil i States I
abtcted with| Road Department at Tallahassee, In prison for the fatal shooting this Schools To OpenAll Townsend NoticeA
bave Tal-1 I her estranged husband. Dr. E. W and scored Hagen run finally Carlisle Is also a "blue" and Is I
at
luna do running State Banking Department.of the World, Crockett, on February 22. She giving the Stat kit.. an 1110( decision :- unsigned to Company B where he I rural elementary schools, except ,, report on the national convention

all the t lahsaee. Woodmen" charged with first degree i sad William share the same: tent. I Rising and junior-high at recently held In Loa Angeles -
thelJllIPlve of was
buatne.a( Mr. Masons of Starke Organizations Coun murder but the jury convicted her A full afternoon of bull U planned He Is platoon sergeant of the third 'Lawtey Hampton and Brooker, will probably be given at tbe

tah.'". ls good the Baptist Church and the City, hour for of manslaughter following a plea for the Fourth of July, at the'I platoon and wall named the best will open' Monday\ The Rising1 I Townsend! Club meeting here Monday

w are rented of Sturke. During 1 of Lf-defense. School grounds. I 'blue' trainee In camp School will open Monday, July 11. it 8 clock In the court boue.I I
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.%O't'IVE OP 1'1' \I.M OP TAX I NOIKIO OP AI'I'I.KT1OM roll ,. 1'", ll"II'[ I i "
;. HOW TO TELL.NTMITK 'I.It'I'I..IU."I'N": 'I''A\ I'KKIHrnntr : : I I & ;N.irtli: .".t, i 1..1''n" i ,
With the c-anl..Ioupt season just II ;MiTK'K' I IS ''U>IIIr.If.IIVIr.N I lull ( 11111 's... 111\1: ) UIIHI-I.-I-, North'lie.n ; I, .
I IF I WERE TWENTY-ONE I li-limn,,, 'tli11 I 1llIc'lIloi llllM fIll'll With ;soil', i; mitiiv): U t 1\'1'-: :. Tlmt' I I III TIIU 'nslui i ,
Mi BOB JONES Tax : W Unlu I 'rtH' hoMt'i' of Tux. t ..i't lOist.
opening and this delicious fruit of iii". wiltti-n, iPiiiK-nt, I hal I ho I ""Inhllll, >{ ..i iIciss. ,
i..infinite"t toiit-tlu'r, with all ..uhO@'IU..nl t tiriclllc N... 4311, iMHiiml, I the 5th day .
the vine to be with us for some "lulltoil .tir 1 levied taxes held <>f Srptuniber', A. D mia.:: hits, riioiimini '41 of Ccrtlfl., I nt,i ,. \
Comment On Here We have been looking closely money. Fortunes that endure are liy the Stat hii nilvi>rtlH..d .und sold .. In my ,ift k's iinil lists muda ap- I'WII'( of N\\M' tt ,
. months to come it may Interest for several years to see If some tho fortunes which start with ones' tn the hIghest. bld.lpr' for cash a* pllrutliin, for. R tux And Hereafter housewives to have a little knowledge provided l.y ChartHilia'16, of thei9t7 I Ih''''. ..", Hnlil, .-'.lIr."lo. IMIIlirnccH Quarter K.- I I"", i ; .:
would puck some- own strength and will to achieve.I doHcrlheil
tliB
up following
newspaper prop-
to them on how to ': a.t" of. tho r regiaititure. upon South Itiitugt2 I I J. 7
passed on where and reprint a certain piece : would try to make my fortune thi- following. dem'ilued real (ntnte "',ity In the I'uuiitv of 01.01101.i I (10 AcrH, mole. m t' I. ,
choose Hint. .. of Kliirliln t towlfl.oln I ('..rllrh'ILI,,
a good cantaloupe.An ,
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"Stat of ,
. "Twice two makeR four." "Je- that has become something of a grow and] I would enjoy a consider- III. (Ihp County to-wit of Bradford I ,. Eight, Nine of lllock. Two, I North half of. North., , .
Florida :
. expert tells us that "how to classic.A able part of it as I went along. PuvlM & Trilby' Add to Klark Northeont I./lIarl"I" '. ,
lUll Christ died for our sins according I.nti. 1. 2. 3. of lllk 1 I. klvlnicHton I In :NorthonHt, 4'...rllt.r of Kuutlit Quarter Hei-tUm r "i
tell a 'good' cantaloupe perplexes commencement speaker quoted I would realize that speculations Truby und (Company' Sub- .!.Ht CJUIirttT "f N.rt Itw''st > 'I. :I "\
ItmiKB! 22: ICiiBt ,
f to the Scriptures. The most consumer buyers" and goes all of It at a grammar school seldom make permanent fortunes.I HIvlHlon to the Town of stance, (,J""I'I..r.1'.1 of Ity.. N'm. Z8 more or Ie,,. iic' \ .:

' second statement I Is Just as true on to say there are tell-tale marksas closing we attended some years have often read of young men In NKVt of NEVi Section 28, Tp. TownKhlp 6 Mouth lOunge 22 And ('u'tiri, ate .V.. I >
61:1.: K. U K. KliKt.The, braces. .
I as the first, and the first state- to the condition of a cantaloupe ago, and we remember he said and young women Inheriting for- The taxes to liu ..(,1,1, are evidenced. aMH..HHnient of the said prop east Quarter Northeast. "Section Qua,>,i ,"I' '

. ment is just as true as the sec when it is picked.A the thing had been' written by a tunes from their kindred. I never bv ctTtlflrutB. No. 1130( lit August 7, i rty under the ttld rt-rtlflftttB' l Isstied South UanH-e 22 KnM I" ", i
: ond. Here la the difference. The 1933: and rvrirpHvnt unpaid taxes for wa lit the nnme of J. M.Trui Acrt: .more 01 |len iH "
. cantaloupe picked too green newspaper publisher. This i Is whywe have heard of such fortunes doing the year 1932 to ll1aH.: both lucluHlve. by. The BKHonament, of '11 li. ,
first statement Is a truth that bus to ripen out properly will have a figured It would turn up permanent service to those who anioiiiillnn, to '04.II. tYnleuis said certificate shall be re- erty under Huld I i ertlfl. I '" '
i moral and value. A 1 Also I All Block 2, LlvlnrtitonTruby rttoMiic'l. aci-nrdlnR to law. the properly wan l In the name >.1 t | ; i
) saving man portion of the stem attached and again sooner or later. came into possession of them. I I and Conipu.ny'. Hub-UI- described therein will be mil" the .anHpHginent. ..1 r 11 I( i I '.

can go to hell knowing and using the background color beneath the"netting' I It has In "The Publishers' Auxliiary would not sit down to live off a vlHlon to the Town. of Stark. to the hIghest bidder at the courthoiiBtt erty under Haiti < <.itii I I",. ;
L the truth that twice two makes of Nm Election, 28, Tp. door on the firm Monday In was. In the tunic of !(H MaHBennitlnnt S -.
with be green. One which obtained a clipping fortune.I In NK'/t i %
pure the month of July, which I.Pn.d Inthe h,
of I the .
/ ; four. No man can go to hell depending picked over ripe or from a diaena- from Herman Roe of the North- would not be ambitious to 6 The H It.taxes tS K.to: be Nol" an evidencedl : 4th Jay of July, ImA: der said cert Iflcati-salvl i''I I

, : upon the truth that Jesus j ed vine will have a pale yellow or : field Minn., News. Roe a past build u home half HB big as a town- l certificate, No. 1131 of August, 7. (OKKJCIAI thin, 8KAI.:Jinth J )duy of say 1938. BHinent the name t nf of Unkm.u I the :: ,: '" n
Hnld
Vfl Christ died for his sins accordingto faded appearance. But if a slight president of the National Editorial Ui.t3: and repreHftnt unpaid taxes for A. J. THOMAS tier nald tertl'li: i F :
ship. I would not do this If I had t Hut yuam. III:18 to U.1N.: both InduI .ittth \
I'lf-rlt of Circuit: Court of "
to the Scriptures. The first statement golden color shows through the Association, jays! It was writtenby the money. \voi.-d not but this .Iomounllnll', to $8.1.41.: H'aI ford County I Florida. name of ITnkii.iu. I u
tn ices Hald ,.
Is a truth which man can Also Iot, 1:1.: Ii 1 16. 10, of Block itinnredeemed i
R netting and the blossom end -opposite the lute Lafayette Young of 0-3-6t-7-l. '
In my plan. A well known society In Suction 30, Tp acct'rdiig, i .
1H Hampton
j.r discover. The second statement Is the stem end- is firm and the Dell Moines "Capital" and a has frequently been singing during -I 7 S. It. 22 H.'the propertioH, d..M l'lb,,." .11 I .
a truth which man cannot discover he milil evidenced :s()'l'l'I': Of AI'IM.irTIOV KOH antI\ to the MKh> -' i iCotirthouno i
to nre
t i does not show paleness the consumer 1'01 mer United States Senator from the last few about aspiring tiixen dooi. ,.
years 572 und 4S8 of r-oii rr\\ i>.::1':11C."t. )In" e-ei-tlfli-at NOB.
r but which God reveals. No I can reasonably be sure that Town who !left It to be read by to a cottage by the road to bu ., MeplfinlHir,, fi. 1 li)2! :) anil Uvpteinber. It, Illll .No "&:'l) ,day I In, the Monthwhich ,

truth which man In Ills own intellectual the cantaloupe Is In prime condl-I his grandchildren: on their twenty- friend of man. Poets would not I 111.15:! respectfully I ... nd represu.i| I lliuiiimld .. :N'OTICK Irt Hr ltI.nY (It VK.V. That 19.1S.: IK the 4t h d 1 S

strength is able to discover I j ;'n. If the melon was picked full 1 I that birthdays. And here it Is: say this was good poetry but I :( 'both luxe liKlUdlve fur I the iiiniiuntiiiw years 1K31 tn11IH8 tu Louise II I fii-al" Itohn 1'... GI holder J. iHKili-d of Tax the Cer-7lll //.1"01. tItle ,I"I. 01. \

has, fundamentally any moral or ripe no putt of th. stem will re-j "If I Were Twentyone"Every !iluve the doctrines are good. fin.02.Alw. day of August A. II. 193.: ::, huM I II.OFFICIAL 19311.:
( HHA1.1
; spiritual value. Truth which God be .> t ot" 21: 24. 2B, Iii In Woortliiwn filed name In my office. and, nan i .
main and there will a clean | I > A J. Till.'
if I would I could I
grown man thinks that loam a* early us Hfutlnn I 17. Tp :r S' U. 23 H. made application t for a tax deed. to I
reveals to Clerk ,
helpless man has i.r iHradfmil
spiritual ,
The of little lio I thereon Raid tlflcato
sour presennce : he had another chance and his ago tlitt whatever came to me must Tilt* ta sea I li tio Hold are, ovIdcniMtrtby issue rei I '.
and moral vnlue. "Who by Klobules of reddish brown uertlflcnto 21l 1! of AuKimt 3, 11131 ''in bt'a'ca I the following I t, deHcrlt>id
sugar | '.\eIe twenty-one he would set thewOI'II come in joy and sorrow us u part I jirotH'rtv, I In I the ('.,..ullly of llradford. j 6-S-tt-7-l.
,and, I the nniiaid taxes for
searching can find out God ? Man lepreHpnt 1
_
.uourul the stem scar Is sure State of Florida. t -Wlt.I i
pretty j afire In the way of achieve of my life.I I the your" I Ivao t j 4: may conclude that there IB a God, Indication that the melon Is swept.'I'hat.s j ment. He thinks he would omit would learn that joys cannot sty. amounting to $ O.37.AI :SKVi i; :fl2: A I'011I.In HW at N Cor edtce of of PRVt public of :Mirui': O\\V'!; :; I ''II
but no man Is able 10 find God I """,. S10 ft. W of SW Cor. I,
the story of a good can- every' mistake which he feel he bo cumpflied to appear and nf Mndlxoii and Mjl-tln Sl.. & road N... 1\\'. I IS ft U: nf W line f.Senate Illll I >.,. i". ,
by any process of research. God Enidenton Herald. lIor-1 of MO':',, of MO'' A run N 439 ft. NOTICK IS IIKIII
;
'iiloiipe : \
has made und mike rows cannot be forever avoided.I "run \Vr. 210 ft I ID VrcxlmorelaiidHI.
$ everything I thence H H2
= I degrees K 264 ft, n C .
, reveals himself to man. Man docs : ,. Connci. hnlrt '
thence 8. stud St. 420 ft.
I ; -------- ,'ount. It Is perfectly right for would not be moving every on and I thence S 4 d KTeeHV 404 fl! to li-aln, No. 1337.: IMMIAu 01 1 S
not find God. God finds man. i 10: 210 I I ft. N. 420 ft to iK'ir. road thenceV, N suit
Although there are approximately to feel this but it month of the tel flung of \'UHt. A. I II 1 I') :. I I"" ,
( 'ery man way year.I ciesigiun: oil !Map (of "Jesus came to seek and to save In my office mid I h ,
1.500 minerals known and I I-i) perfectly right for him to know would try to have the common Add. to SlmkP, an Clark. 2 A.Illfick 7 H. K 21 10. containing :2 cat inn for a tax 'i. I Itiierern
L that which was lost. God Is too Si-v 29 'I'6 H. It. S3 U d
Aorex. 'tea,. .
more or ,
definitely classified' about ,
thirty Paid "t '
that If he soiihe to and the "
' were starting over againhe enjoy my joys 2
! high above man for finale man to acres. rh"u aNMeMxment of the! saId prop-i i the following the, I"i. .1 I
, minerals furnish the better- would) duplicate his former mis- fottttudu to enduru my sor"lows. The taxes to be Hold. are evidenced, : the saId certificate. I I 1 i the -oiinly of HiFlorlitn. 1 ,
reach Him. However God Who is by erllflcHte No. 12AA of August 7, '.11..1, l f
known uus In the memo of lit... ,
I to-wlt
gems. takes and make I would be in to
colossal not
errors. A a hurry
1K3.1: and leprenent the unpaid taxes lie I K. ;
infinite. can reach down and reveal IlarrlH. NortheaHt. ( .
Quart .r
-- man who has succeeded reasonablywell I leave the place where I was born.It fur, the years 1932 tu 1938 both InrliiHlve. I'liloMs said certificate 11II1to.\ ..LI.-I, Section :"It "T.Smith NUuarler
himself to finite man. amounting. : to lit 18..Said (I C..ni'il. ac-cordlnK1 I to law, t the I "" I l''
Is the of iianire 22 lOn
succeed better. Those the : cIUFT
In might thought
come to The writer has young
S you. lilt .,"..lltlclIl.... t.iwc.her with er!v dem-rihed th...n.n| will I I I be 40 Acre. ..,..,,.. I
The writer has observed that observed that In all of our evan- who have failed would undoubtedly American that he must break all Bubxeciuent omitted or levied to the hIghest bidder at the court Tim awHOKMinent of I the.n '., I .

gellCRl denominations there are fail again.If away and go Into new fields. Many taxes will lie Hold to the hl..h..thlloI..r houne door. on the first Monday Inthe ,' under the Hald ( ''I''t .1 I Ium 1"Fop.cr17 ,.
God seems to be using Individuals at the Court. I Inline door In month of Julv., "ri8.: which lathe ,:d wan In the .
and not machinery in our genera- Individual men whom God is usingIn I were twenty-one I would devote have adopted this plan. I would Staike' on the 8th day of July 1938 4th day of July 1938. LInloKN said certlflcatr nan <>i I t I

tion. We have in the Book of a wonderful way. He has also more time to sport and whenI not object to staying at home.I al 11-00 1 : ,,','Io..k A. M. Hated this 4th day of June. 1938.Ol.'Ict'IAL dec.',.") a'.r'lIn.. .g to I Ii.', '
Dated thin (Hie 18th clay of Juno ( KKAt) art deserl.tied ,
t observed' that the voice of eccles- worked I would work harder would think it were a delight y therein uiilo I S I'
t. Revelation, a very Interesting picture I 19.18.OFFICIAI.. A. J. THOMAS the hIghest. blddet, jt ,
of Jesus Christ knocking at lawra seems to have lost its power. than I have ever been able to to remember the old trees and the ( .. SRAL) Clerk of circuit 1 I ('.,.....t lOrDradfo..d hoiine door on the firm MIho I ,, ,

4 the door of a human heart and The.writer. Is I loyal to our. organized work.I gruss. I A., J., THOMAS. 6-10-41-7-1. County, Florida. the 41 month h day of nf July.r"lv, I'lIK'I lit. 'I.. ; I.

saying "If any man will open the cnurcnes ana 11113' put more peo- would not search the world I would aspire to having a wife i Bradford'"" 'K circuit County I court, Florida.or Tinted' this lOt h"d'.n: ."I 7' I

door, I will come Into him and sup ple Into these churches than anyoth.r ,. over for a location.I and children thus I would have" a I 8-24-3t-7-8. l> IIK'I. IT roiHT' OP Illl ;)- (OFFICIAL A. J.SRAI/THOMAS)

with him and he with me." If the man his age In America. He i would not aspire to sudden home. KOItll 1% ('II '(.>(CI(.Kill.!VI'V. FI.OIIIDHi Clerk of Clr"'uiItradford !! S

writer understands the picture ;I" not attempting to be critical. wealth nor would I make my standards If I were able to do so I would I "MtTM OP ".F: OP T.' )( i HIRAM F:. FOflTNISIt.: Plaintiff 0-3-rt-7-l., Cntint\, I '.

Jesus Christ is 'hut he has observed I In his travels all on a financial basis. want to travel to see the interesting ('iilTIPKATK.NOTICK : :" I VS.I .
eccleiastlcully and IS HKIUCIIV I1V10N that I ANNIE! MAE LI3K: et al PefemlantHCASIO ----------
officially shut out of the church. throughout the world that there. At the age of twenty-one a man parts of the world.I I I I..onll, English, haM filed with me I : Nri 71111 I'V 'I St li .N I>l m nf Tin: !fT \'I.t: oril

After the door of seems to be u peculiar spiritual never expects to die. He attends would never repudiate a debt.I written requeHt that the tax certlf- ,. f>IM>r.U (IIPIII..It.o AMI FI.OIII""
eccleslasm
ia juaten, together with all mihsequent \OI-KH: '1'0 "1>1'*) tit It iippenrltiHT by arriili.thai .. .. '
cloned In His face He comes to power In the sane. free lance funerals as a looker-on without would never lie to anybody.I'd I" omitted or levied taxes held by the THU, STATIC 1>V FI.OKIDA certain ,'au... In "" liBradford F.n!

the Individual and "The movements which are headed up deep concern. He feels sorry for know something about the i Stale be advertised and void to the I TII.M.I, vl l-ilSCNS: ,: HA VINCi;; OH i'flu.nty. FlfOl.h i '}n.
. says, 'hllfheHt' btilder for cacti atf provided IT.A I.Ml Nil ANY;< I.VTnilKST: : IN ..
(' >ry, "entitled Orion V F .
by orthodox ministers the in the coffin but the sky. I would know all that science' "
church shut me out but I will evangelistic person 'hv Chapter 18298 of the 1917 acts THK! 10'01.1.0\\1-111 I UKSCIIIRKDLANDS PlaIntiff VH. Anna M rub) ,a.fendatit. .
of the Gospel which is not found thought never enters his head that could l tell about the beginning of i "f I the Legislature, upon the follow- I SITtTATK IN UIIAr' .'UHU and the relief ,n !for
log dencrlhed real estate In the I COI'NTY.4 ) KM>RlnA. TO-WIT-
: being divorce That th I IIn
I In the organized churches. Of I sometime or other people will be everything. '| County of Bradford, State. of Florida The North 887 fei-t of Lot .). and. a texldont of a "I"'T it''

course there has been a great deal '.landing around his grave. If I I would do everything to main- to-wlt: the North .107 feet of KaKt-hnlf unknown to the plaintiff. 1 h...
of wild fanaticism connected with were twenty-one I would start tuln health.I 'I' 3 Acres In NW 'or of NVj of of NK"i of KWM." and KV-j ofHICVi IH no pernon In the HtatiIda. 1"10""
I SWi'i of NWM' Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. nf NWVi, all\ In S''ctl,,nLT ."ervlce of personal ir.
L3 fVTHE -L,9/4 free lance movements. But the I with the firm belief that It Is to would read good books. I It. 22 R.. containing 3 Acres, ]. Townxhln 8 South Range. 22 whom would' perHonallv| I Ii n, jponr mid

witter Is convinced that the next I be an eternal life after death. I, I would rejoice if my children more. or lens. Hl( Kt defendant. IT IS oilDKItKI;;I'' ha
I I The taxes to he sold are evidenced YOU and each of yon will take the defendant. Anna. M lohnaoo,
1I MINUJJE great movement In Christendomwill would carry this belief with me In could make music on Instruments I by certificate Non. 447 of 1930 reHpectively. -' notice that the plaintiff Hiram. K.Portner appear to the bill of coml" ..lot jn

be a fervent constructive, intelligent ill my ambitions and undertak- or with their voices.I .and represent taxes for I nan filed a sworn bill of the 4th. day of July, 1 IM 5 ihrr.
) I the years 1429! to 1931. both. IncluMlve complaint 'In the above Court and wine a decree pro confe,. AI,I !.
l ".CAI'Ttt sane, free lance movement ings. would realize from the oppor- i amounting I to I3S.87. cauee. aRralnnt, you and ala I o against entered agaInst her for fallun lo

t :: Ecclesiastical machinery, I would understand that though tunities afforded by America and ALSO: Lot 34 I In Woodlawn; Sec' I Annie Mae Lee a widow James Lee appear; That. thin order IK i" "'.hmh-
14 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., containing and Jean Lee. minor*. In which stilt ed once each week for !I'<" ,
like government machinery, may : a great American has said that op- the lives of our great Americans to Acres, more or lee. the .relief sought la to quiet and ecutlvo week. In the Brnlforl

become so heavy on the backs of i poitunlty knocks but once that that there was no place on earth I I The taxes to be sold are evidenced confirm the title to said land warranted County Telegraph' a newspaper .r(
bv certificate No. 268 and 210 of by plaintiff to his granteeFine general. circulation, piiblixhril. ir
people that they will step out opportunity Is knocking all the like our own land.I II:to and 1934 renpecllvely and reprenent M FredrlkHHnn an an lnd..- i Bradford (County Florida.

.'onunder the burden and start time In all lives where there Is any would attend all patriotic cclebz'at the unpaid taxes. for the feanlhle fee simple title, and to have WITNESS my hand and iffl, I''
I years I 1424 to I ISIS, both Inclusive' I your Intercut and claim, and that of 'I seal of. aid court thin M.i> l' till
new movements. There are only brain power co-operating with ions. I each of
* .1 amounting to $36 69. yon. In nald Itindr cancelledHM (OFFICIAL SEAL
NRCOITIONtIIu two fundamental things that God physical strength. I would not object to belonging; I Said tux certlflcateH together with a cloud' upon, Niirh, title, THIS: I1TO >* ,, A. J. THOMAS.

commanded the early church to If I were twenty-one I would to social clubs but I would remember -, all siibneriuent, omitted or Leviedtaxes RijriitB VoLT AND EACH OHM 1 Clerk of Circuit f '.F i /
will 1 be Hold to the highest YOU tn appear In nald ratine on July Bradford County ,." i iS U
lo preach the Gospel and baptize 'urm friendships of the right kind that my home was the place bidder at the Courthouse door In I 4th, 19'lg' at the office of clerk of',S T. FRANK LANnRUM

believers. There i Is no denying the intending that I would be usefulto or my hopes and fears. i j,I at Starke 11:00: on o'clock the lot A.day MI of July 1938 otherwise aid Court the In alienation Starke. Florida of said, bill or 6-3-8t-7-l.Attorney for Plaintiff

fact that there Is too much ecclesiastical my friends and that I would expect I would pray night and morning I Dated this the llth day of June, I of complaint. will bn taken nn eonI | -
., 1418 i I re>H..d by y,,". The Bradford County 'I
machinery on the bucksif them to be useful to me. ThusI and cultivate every living! I 5-
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Telegraph U
| hereby denlirnate -
our church members. We must would have a co-operative organization thing which could bear leaves and I I A. J. THOMAS I ax the duly qualified: newspaper I In:, ,

get back to the simple fundumenuil for our mutual welfare.I 'flowers and when the end came, I Cleric of Circuit Court of which, thin. Order and Notice to Appear -
Bradford County, Florida. I Bhall be publlnhed once each
piogtam if we expect the would remember that though thus surrounded and followingthese 6-17-31-7-1. week for foui consecutive week. BUSINESS

cleaning of God to abide upon us. I sould: not be In politics I would l hopes and aspirations with I next prior to Julv 4th, It.ld Wit.nose .
hand
my and official neal at
need friends. the sunlight painting Its pictures I\ 'run rorirr OP" TIIR (OITNTY Staike. Bradford County. Florida, ,
.11 i>';IIUAIIFOIIII DIRECTORY
rI ENJOY A SWIM AT I should not ask my friends to through the trees und over the TV. 1.011111) ,. i-s. pnnniTK.r.v COIT> 'I thin(OFFICIAL June I. SHALl liDX I'I'C I'

indorse my note and seldom, would gables I would bless God and die ItS: A. J THOMAS' |
KINGSLEY REACh I oak one of them to loan me Suwannce Democrat. r-\TF: : OF" n S. 1I1'JlPHRFY.I: I Cteik of the. Circuit Court., of

SUMMER 'COMFORTat (former Ir (Krlrklmul's* HKCEASKHPIVAI: I Iliad.. ford County, Flu DRINK
NOTICKN'fTICB I Knlft-ht & Knight stuike Fla. I
li Ibis ..od.... Drapnof hotel" .la the IS 1IKIIKI1Y": 11IVEN: thnt _>Attorney. for Phil,,I 1ff.
heart of dowmtawn IacluaaUl. the undernffrned will on the 2rith I 6-3.8t-7-l. I IOP
Everyroom CANNED TIIINOS FOB 8.ln'Physicians d.iv of July, n. @
A.
;! i with tub and shower soil ....... $30 INCOME the Honorable. 141K present to I;
today that Countv Judge, ofH'nlfrd :!t(trItE: S ppi.ictTio\
radio. suy young loll
bed
Every with Inaenprlnf" oml- ('..
sintv Florida, his final "
.
: r \: ni-i.ii: :
M a... and reading lamp. Runalsg Ice BARS ASSISTANCE babies only a few months old return, account and vouchers, an Ad- flrnutr Kill \,'. tll.'l:

water oa every floor.POPDTJUI. should have strained vegetables iIiistraturum, testnmento annex NOTICR I.S IIEHKFtr fllVKN J : : That !
LV PRICED \TIIIMJ-IIO' '.MMJTK'MC _.....41 I.%.. I THOSE WHO HAVE SUPPORT daily. If you have a small child ,I" lionln non *.f the Kxtitte: nf K S. T J. Aldorman, holder of Tux Ortlflcaten The pause that refreshes
Humphrev Deceased.
and
at said Numbered, .
a COCKTAXLLOUNGEU.ICOFTEESHOP (HU)l':MIS "MIIOIIH respectively 31
; W1k1 II>> ... ... EH'4; I. '.SlO. I CANNOT RECEIVE buy a supply of half-pint jars and I time, then and there, make appll'lltlon Issued 1 July 6. I 1925, ";, of 32 Inn'ued -
1tJ Qitio I. I POUND H. BENEFIT to the nnld .ludwe. for a final Julv 6. I ,
192&
I HIH iBHtivd '
', MOTH rATTIN f HOTeL UISOTOtmvmtmmk ".\ NICE TLACKNICE plan to can a variety of strained lettlemi'iit .if his admlnlstrntlon. of and tdii 1 United July 6.July 1925 7, I 1IlO'has! : WE ARE

JT __ FOR PEOPLK" Old-Age Assistance will not bu vegetables- peas carrots greens I ,saltl entnte and for nn order .Iie'harging filed Bum In my office and ha* ; PKESCltlPTIONEXPERTS
I him .
us such Administrator made application for
etc. Select tender vegetables In'' lax deed to be
-- 'granted applicants who have pres- Gt'_'M .....I,__ ___._ __.1 _._.._ ...__ I cum testament. annexo d.. honlaIit I lnMUid thereon Said. 1 ..rllll"BI"I mi'
_:_::: :: :_ ___ .--_.-_- ent support or Income of $30 b.v.s P' uU". LPUft flUa .u"y" LLWJLI. I"U I brace the following ..1"'lh..oprnl', | -
per ami process jars ucording to directions 1- I 001 I ttiln, (he 19th day of )tay. I urtlBB I In, i the County of liradfoid' I CARPENTER'5TUB
month or more, the State Welfare A. D. 1918: Situ (a of Florida, tn-wlf:
iJi. Ponrd ruled at Its June meetingIn In the. canning bulletin HKKMAN ir wrtinriAM. Certificate No. 11, embrace, .. North KEXALL. STOKE
AM Adinlnlstrntor cum. textnmentonnnoxo -
published by state agricul- -
RODEOORANGE your
denying appeals originatingfrom d le hnnl" non of the Kntnte "
tural college Tomato juice should of rt S' Ifumplirey. Deceased.
the Seventh and Third Districts. -
"I Ho be canned In small containers -9t-7-23. 1


PARK DOG TRACK was In .supported one Instance l by the an unmarried applicant as soon for children aa opened so to It prevent can be used loss \oru'itee'POII T'\X PI'I>,".:,"('fI''''II>\ For Expert RepairingSmith's I

of the vitamin C content. (Vegetables (Senate mil \.. "I'll l
daughter with whom he made his NOTICK" : IS HKnKBYfMVKN.: That i,
uI JULY 4TH home and a married son who hada and tomato Juice canned for J C. Jones, holder of 4 //17 of Tax
babies should not be salted >I. Certificate 843 ice,,.' the 7th
joint Income of more than 14,000 day of g'l.t{ A D. 1913. nan filed

per year. In the other the appli- Apple and apricot sauces are name. In my office. and has made Garage !J JPhone
3:00 P. M.Don't practically the only canned fruits application for.. tnx deed' to I,. Innued -
cant had
Starting at :ome In excess family of and the property stipulated In- recommended by physicians for .braces thereon the following Said described certificate prop..em .

very young children and l these ertv In the ('", .nt" of Bradford.
amount State' of Florida to-wlt 120 '
Members of the board In dls- should be canned without sugar.A Loin 40 A 5In Woodl: wn. f<..... I
Miss This! small quantity of corn syrup or 31 Township 5 Routh Range 22
: :iuaslng the two cases expressedcheir whatever of Rant containing 20 Acres, more Wrecker Service [
is
. sympathy for all old per- type sugar recom- or lesn.. Day or Night
FLilU ADMISSION : mended by the physician may be The assennment, of the said. prop-

IJt Children 25c Adults 50c lent who Independence desire to acquire by securing a certain added when the fruit i la served.- ertv sued. was under. In the the sold name certificate of Unknown.III- __ n __ __ .

oint State and Federal assistance. Florence Iml.iy. Food Specialist. Unlenn said certificate shall be re.
In April Progressive Farmer. deemed 1 according" tn law. the property -
SPONSORED BY SAUNDERS BUGS. \t the .same time, they contended described therein will 118 "0 lot
-- ---.------ to the hlKhent bidder
at the court
It Is their to allow such
-- duty house, door
on I the first Monday In
:::
_
-- Handball was Introduced Into the month ,
-_ grunts only to those who are legal- of A umgiot. 1938. which I.
qualified.. the United States from Ireland the lot day of Aunrust.. linn.
Di'ed this. 11th day of June, 1938.
WilY LOSE WHEN YOU CAN GET I "Our first duty" a member said. about 1840. OFFICIAL, SRAL>


BARRY'S SCREW\ WORM' KILLER{ means'Is" to. ot those support.aged For who the have boardto no Much of the .mortality that Is Clerk A.Bradford J. THOMAS.of Circuit County,("Florida.nflrt nf

admit a large borderline class common to the average pen of 6-l7-5t 7-15.

AND would have the effect of barring chicks comes during the first three :'I01..p nl" appm.vr's-rtov

many whose applications have not weeks. POI T''It: DtED
f..t.e Hill' '\0.>. .fI')
FLY REPELLENT yet been acted upon or of forcing ----- (V1'1rH IS HERKnYdlVRV: That.

A general reduction in the grantsof NOTI'EThe O \\'. Moselev holder of Tax, ('..r-
registration books of i tificate No. R54 (Mslied the 7th day
t1W1L "HEALING TO TilE WOUND"Nothing I hose already on the rolls, because the City of Starke will be for "f Aiivust.. A n. 1111. has filed tJ., ,.; ... ..
of the Inadequacy of funds." open same" In mv office and has. made ap "'i .j
Else Needed With This the registration of electors from plication for n tax deed to t... issued ,. .,
Preparation
It Is expected that the ruling thereon. Snld'( rertiflcale embraces '" ...

'. Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. will limit the number of appeals Friday. July 19. 1938 to Saturday, 'h.. .. following described. property In ';;;;:.- ." ,"

ij You do not need to use Tar or other Preparations as died as nearly all appeals are 1 August 13.CARL 1938, JOHNS.Inclusive. I Florida' < Cnimiv, to-wlf" of: Bradford, state of \ rt

a dressing after treating.We sponaoied by those who desire to I Lots 41 A 61 In Wondlawn II.....
,, Registration Officer 31 Tp.| 5 S. II 2J: B.. containing \ ::: t
Guarantee this Preparation to kill SCREW have small Incomes supplemented.The City of Starke. 20 Acres more or I...... -

I. WORMS if used according to directions. 1937 Legislature. In allocatIng 6-24-31-7-8. arty The under assessment. the .nnld of the certificate sold prop.In."lied t11 \\$ I

State funds for public assist was In the name of '-nknn",, ". \ \
Sold at Drug Feed and Seed and General Stores ance purposes was guided by a :voricnTo I'nlens nald certificate shall. be redeemed \'s

Whom It May ('....<.rn. Notice a".o.dln" to law. the property TODAY
1Iq Put Up Hy ;.tUe-wide survey upou which the In hirliy Klvfii that I have filed my described therein will he nold : :
estimate of eligible was made. Already fliml report, with the Honorable K. to the highest Milder at the court .
K. ferryman, (','UIlIy, Jude,. and house door on the first Mnndav In
the number granted Old-Age will I the I month of Aunmt., 1411. which Is
SUWANEE DRUG COMPANY on July J.'nd, 19.1': that
.-\1I I"tancB and Aid to the Blind am !>. approved and, 'Flaa Dlnfliarirn the let duv of Alisjiist 141.*.
0",1 ilti, I itt, Sty of June. ISIs.
i In of Krantcd an ntlmlnlntrutor of
excess these
I. NEW ERHY. FLORIDA estimates th. estate of B. J. Aldorman. d.- I O.'FU'IAL itSAf.)
ith a large waiting list remain- .......1. Thin Jun. 54th 1191.U A. J. THOMAS.

1ii i I tag to be disposed of. | 1344. H. .' .-\I.l>JoIUI"-l.: .. Adm'r' I Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Floritia., 'of
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'I, t 18 been the aald pestiferous has had per-to NOTICE n..rlp'I ..*... 'r n..t Oncrvl &T.I'tee"..t.. ) n..rlptl..n 5r.. .. 'r it t O"nrr .At Tft'leite.

..bout* ,
hi ""j', ., ,|lrlVes a car at excessive "' \ "r 'W'. ..r :-\\" ', 15 6 21 10 Tnknown .- _. _h___ 1.71 w' ,.r """. "rWI.. 01 >

"*" streets of cities and, "Wi of NEtS of 'SHi! ,: ". "4 3f 8 II 8 R. L. Batt"n Ji', I 91
p"j,i "ij"fl, tho Not"'l1" I" hereby givon that the r"lI"wllI" dPA..rlbe,' NW'4' of SI.f'4 of SE'4: I iclt. IIf 8W14, of tlE'4 & S% d .
'*' ''iO hlKhwaya of the coun- much thpr..f A" will h.. .e..ary to PAY the an'nunl. due lands for or so NW'4' of SW14 of SK'4-: .16 1 IISI 10 Unknown _________n__ 4.19 lOr isit I4 of I'E'.a I A '' !' 1 i'

II"" '"I. Ut1: h"'ln" ",'1 .1'1..11.. $ to the lam ... together with taxes of IW',. of 8E'4 22 < ..n S side W nf Ry _. U II IS .'
and advertising. cost of such sale 40 B.t. ?MoRa ____n_ __ S.60 It trnknown __ .._____ .00_ A.TI j.
IrYf; ,. la another driver who of July A. I'. 1935.. will Ht be the sold hour at public Df 12 auction o'clock' on M.tnday! the 4th day !, nI.J' of N'V- &: svI44 of S\VI. .f MW'* of 8E14 _. 311 II IS 10 0.0. Coleinau _u_____ 2.11 I'I'l'" .

f{ .' //I. 1-touce door the County of Brad non at the Court: NW\4\ ___u 11Wi 4 21 130 :Janper Brown n______ (..69CO W.i N'4 of NW3 of
ri-d III ( ( YI4t
but lie
I, nu"i .IS obnoxious, per- Florida 'Ity of Ntarlte State of I ,, of NW'4 _. 33 6 21 Mr D. B. Warren _____ 14.29 -- ... -.85 5 IS II C. t. & or. DltllJf..lder. u 8..'

not. 10 dangerous as the .I All Wu of NW<4 of 8W>4 NE\4\ of NWI4 h_____ 8 6 II so Federal Land Flank. .__ 11.91 t ,I
1
hap' He is the fellow whoda'dJe ,, Ta,.. of HW \4 S! of fly. . 4 7 11 I B. 8. Jones ___._______ 1.51 sE4; of SE\06\ .f SE'4 ___ II 8 II 10 O. L. Her.ey' ''. "
n 1.91
"' Viemeripti
: '
pt'edS" See. T R" Ouer. fa of NMi of SEW> of SEt' --00----- J \ I :
low rate of A qoetuHE' EM ft of SWt4 .
along at a A N"4 of 814 of "Ei4 of I h. -- 8 6 2J 80 Johbl. parmentn --- -- \7.0' ;:
usually occupies the '. 01 RWtO & Wl iI of / SE'4 ex 2 In ,HE Cor S1< '4 of Ft14 of 0W14 ,

pf'ed' nd road. He HWtO of SE4! ------____86 6 18 60 J. C. Harrell _________ 9.111 & N'4' of $W'.. of $E4. 5 7 21 S8 It... 3. Jon..*_-_ II.UK i 101, of HW'4 ot sic'4!; ex :1'' .',' r'j : '.''

cenlel' a) the street or Si!, of IHVt\ > NEtOn_ 1 7 18 20 1. C. Harrell ________ SI't, of NE'4 u. __h._ 6 7 21 O..>. E. Knight 14.29 E 8 A. ------ -- .____u_ 8 8 U 25 h.n Morrl. _00_______ .n { 1 1,

.,,1 the scenery and his carWe&VC SI of NB4 & N' a of 2.97 I *N'VI"*E' of of NE'4 nh 8 7 21 40 Mr. Mary Deaver 7.84 0514 ----__ .______--_ .__ 7 8 II 180 Jerome 'I'blr..ch. _..____ 40." ..1 1 I,. I '.

gaz.s and forth over the BE'. -- -- ___ ________ 1 19 4 NE"7 21 49 Unknown 7.84 S'it of 8W14 of NWt ____ 8 .
., back 160 lIfri. N. L. Knight __n 29.27 3 A off S W Cor of NE'4 8 II 20 Unknown __________-__ 461 ,
as he lazes. along. SE% of 8EI. -- __ _--_____ 7 II fO Unknown __________ 11.20 of NE>4 W of road A Wlit' of flW, & 2 A In 8W I '
highway n 8Wl !. ( 0' of NL''. of :: ." I I'',
NS'4 d Ni.4 &: E' of of NE% A 8E>4 of 5W14 & 1
drivers behind a .
H, forces the NW'4 of NEll4 -- ---___ 7 18 60 III... Butte. liarr.1I ___ N1:I. ex 7 A off ,H Kid* .10 7 21 It S. 3. Frtfcott Eat. ____ 22.11 WI%! ot SE'4' of SW"'u_ 8 8 II 102 Jerome Thlnch __0000_ 38.84 I' j, "
who are anxious to get on. totake SW'4 vf NW'4 & NW'4 of 10.83 All HWl* of NEV4 A NW'4 Alt ic's of NW' or SW'4 : : ,'l

tim perilous( chances In passing I IbfDL lOW'... ----________ 1 1 19 80 IIIr. N. L. Knlcht ____ S.U I I 8 A of In HE'SW' N Cor of of Hy; ..14 7 21 40 Oliver Slade -.'- 13.90 W ot r.'Ad' __ __ nl 0 I 115M.. Alice Lanrtord ___ f.IO :": "', { 111'
l 5W14 ,: \
i SWI4 NE'4 of ,
7 Fit4 nf ,
I He M a pest who needs I SW (,: NW', :::::::::JA 7 n :g Unknown 11.20 I IIW' Bounded W by W. 8E" of SWI4 ____1 1 6 II 10 C. V. Inll'l"wrlght __-__ I.U '
:::: '
Unknown :::::::: : 514 of RW' '
1 .
NWt4! of 9.35 A. Klade ._ ___ 14 7 3 Oliver) nf 1'tF.', __ .11 6 U 'j"
with others who SW'4 ______23 7 19 fO t'nknown 21 Plade 131 N, 10 Irene E. Arown ___ __ 8.28 "
along _____ ; 00
__ ,
eulatinff St.. vf "fIJ% ot N'V'. -___ I 6 20 20 henry & n 9.31 I NK'4 of NE"/, - .__ 16 7 SI 40 Annie H. ('"ok 8.18 \'1..0 fll : SVL --_tl4 I IS 20 L. B. ItobaIn -- -- ___ --_ 1.17 t I '
IIIlnnle
roaiUi"ally vIolate the reasonable etic'.j or NE & E.... d Gibson 2.03 Nf:'. of HB'4 _.. -_ 17 7 21 40 Mm. Julia M. Rice.___ 6.74 5'j SK'4 :44 :;;.
I & :I \f (,f SW'4' & of IIIW" __ h 14 6 U 10 _ I 'i
road. M1c14 NW' of $1)I4.._ 2 6 20 iso R. F. : NM4 N' C ot h. Wm Mahler 4.20 : ,
the Merritt
of ; ;
rules N't. (. 51014 cx 5 UUn__ 12.61 RI.'4 A 8 A In NE Cor R'\ NW'4 of 8W14 of ,
Pennsylvania motor police A ot4.oI'4":: Road : of SW'4 of 4 __ 18 I U 8 Mrs. .7 R. Bryan 1.98 I '
rile 2 6 20 I
:: ,
-- 111 R. F. lII..rrltt ___ ____ fl2ElrR 3v,9 Cf NW'4 of u
3.89 of 0514: _,.. .16
drive against hlgh- I All E'2 of SE'4 E of pub- u SE'4 ex % 11 II fO Mary\ tinnier 8.7'
a 1115: of Uh I I
,rr 'launching lie I Cur __ 19 H8 Wm Thoman. 8WI rof NI.4 18 6 U fO
road _____ ___11 6 20 h 7 21 1425 1."la Eugene L. Kln.'h..n. 2.8' t'
80 .Toe
.tccidents, and they have a NRI4 of Nw"-------- t2 II 20 L. nwllng ______ 10.IA I W'.j of "HW'4 __ 20 7 21 to Wm Thomas 1485 5 (I. 2. 3. 4 of lo'lror..nce ,
.8) ,.ialve on the scenery gaZing. NW'4' .I. N\VIf N1i1 of fO !lack Shaoe n______ loll ;III"f\. N-K', __ __ 23 7 21 80 Wm Blade 0.11 NW\' ."a'a'of ; SID In NiI17! 6 II 120 Toderal Land Bank 8A 10 /
of W' .. of, HW'4 of NE'4 NSV14 - --_ 17 6 II fO Jerome 'rhirseh _. .
M\4 NWI4 .___ 13 6 20 or If at
60 Nl.:14 of ,
u. O.
Sightless driver.rh S. Thomas 00_______ 8.n i s\ ''V of Lot 7 N514 18 U 40
Snv S NWV & I 23 7 21 80 JoKcph Melhllhurg 1094( 54. rof 1< -3/a Jerome Thlnph __ ___ U.O'
the t1I\v' I S 28 A of NW'1Of PE', 25 7 21 86: Unknown .76 flf NW'4 of
him on list and _
13 8 20 I
'iiive ? ; ,
-- 60 S. C. NE'4-1314: \
\ Crews _________ __ 18.84 N A _
14 .15
SEI% of NSI,. & 1"1" A In A of NW'n (.f PE14 W-1/3 nf -- 6 U IS Lydia Ty.on __ 7.Ot 7 "-
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all him the "beetle. I I ex I A In NE Cur & NW'4 nf Nt4.!: .
,nv( 1:11: ("or nf NF4: nf NE.14 6 20 ex ',
I Il18m 43 O. 1'1.' Thomas 13-1/3 A I .
______. __ 300 100 ft road 4 NE14 of ,
\' beetle drivers here in j jUK NI'. nt 1"WI, loJ of rlver.21 8 20 J right of "
iiuve NW', .
II _
EL nt F.m"lrll Lumber Co. ___ 2.34 way .. ._ 25 7 21 11 Mr. Addle Jackson 9.66 h h_ 18 8 J2 83 Oad Tyeon ___ _______ )
i SE. _______ 8 20 U N'oJ! of h I.n I
on our country roads. I -- so n. M. Johns. n________. 2057 N'4 of N% of NW'i px B 8E\4\ & SEI4 of
I H4 of I IWI> -___ __ 8 20 40 R. a. Johns _____._____ 10.fit 15 ft & SA I t'Kto; IR 8 JJ 120 : 1
1'h.'lJght to be taught how to Lute 1. 3.f 131k 15, New rx Lake .. .23 7 21 14 U. D. Dyat -. 5.29 )OE'tt nf 10"14 Edith "hel" -- -_ 3219
NI, of HW4 of NR'i A __ 18 8 U 40 C. A. terry ____ 2.97 'I hI "
Iliver _
out of the --- ---_-23-24 6 20 Unknown ______ 811, nf I'E4 nt 8\\1. '
11". >u PI10> keep way I ______ 2.01 I'fI of si" of NWI" /10 .x I [ .
NW'I, of NW'4 ___-___n26 8 20 40 n. H. Jnhni. _________ 10. 1 Sib of N' Lot In NE Cnr W ot I ',T
and to act u .. of NW
while In ex
Irivers NE'I. of NW" ___ __2? 8 20 rOAd I I
OI .dJl' --- 40 N. 1. _____ .. _____ l'
__ -
K..lley -- 21
u 3.80 100 ft roa _. 25NE" 7 21 99 O. D. Emily Gay 18.3 -- --- 6 II 20t.: 'V. Edwards 21.81 '
of S' _
of ;
S"b u
SE" 28 8 .nu
tho uitomoblles as though they I NEI & I":', of NW% n" 20 fO Unknown _n_________ 11.211 All NE' of NW'4 E of 1tj A beg f20 fl N ot BE ,>.,
,'-asonable amount of com- rond 28 7 21 21 >fr. O. A. DuDuy 7.0 ('or of 83VI."' or S1I'tg' 0\1 I ,.
.'" NW14 nf 1"E',. ______29 6 20 : .( .
.1 h. 2RO 1' 1>. Johni. ____u_____ 39941 5 A In SW Cor of NW'4J of run N 318 fl.V 210' It. ''I. .
non ..nae even If they have it NfIJ% of NF.4: __ ___- -_--__ 33 8 20' co Unknown ____________ 18.28 KW>4 & SW% ..f NW4: 8 315 fl. K 210 ft 10 beg '
I EL1. of !oWI.! of 8Wt,4 & ,
Herald.FLOJtID.tS : I I",*,* I A In NI. 'or & 05. I Lot 50 rt N S by '
noMiitmi liE of ____ ____ 1
% SW1. -- 8 20 80 Alfred ThomaS ____ 1331 I 118 ft ic & W ,, \."
n fW4 of SWli .29 7 21 84 Unknown 17.07 In "'ICor2J:
n'' of ____ 8 II I Octa\'l.. Ellereon __ > j
8214 n33 6 20
-- ---- SO Brooker Tpt Co ______. 18.t8 :-:1-: :'. of NE'4 Ifur 18 A S\V'-t of N I.l'. "I'. 51.114 4 uu 8.40 :
(.r & PF.' ofNV'4 I
I N'4. NWI4 I ,
--- Na' of 8W'" ofNWL W of, niillry Prnn<.h SO 7 21 24 Wm. Thomas ______n__ 7.84 W"iI of 101 lt or 01014.2l 8 III 30 J. H. Addison _____ 14.81 4, ,

:: Ca S Cit.. HA u.. .__ __._ __ N'4 of_ SE'4. of 8WU' __ 30 7 21 20 I'nknown ________u__.. 4 13 9.9iAintE'. ..,: ,. : ..! NW44.., see u .J ." ', .
FIRST BOOM: RK'4 _----h.__ _.. ----------3-f. 6" 20 .uu ',,"nnwn n.. N'\I\ or NW' __ __ Sf 7 21 80 UnknoWn ___u________ 10.1 r ci rn tu, page 137 ,
NW"n : :: 160 Lawrence W-----------" 20 67 NW'4 or NJL\\ S\\4 I.f for dencrlptlon, _SI 6 21 10 ft. S. .' 'l 1 ; '
u ___
estate promoters of three 3 7 20 tlradlejr ______ 5.46 ,
Real --- -- -- -- 1 roo Lawrence. WlKKlna 2897 NE''(,, N nf Ilv.r ___ 6 A In NWV4 of 'I ,.
Lot 1 2 :: :: 8f 1 2t 68 t'nknnwn _____________ 1051 SEW ;,1 I
n--- --- 7 7 20 180 H. T. Stewart ::: 8 7, 9Nb''o ,s1.:' of __ __ llonmlHd H bv j
iundrpd years ago apparently ----- HR'4 ___27 4 12 40 C'. U. Kannnn .________ 3.89 Jackson
HI of of Lot. 7 8 'I
7 7 20
hold their own with those of 8'4 NW4, A WU, ofNW'4 40 T. C. flaxen, _u_______ 1828 NV'4 of NE\4 ___34 4 22 40 K. C. KAnnon -u___ N.IO IlInd. K by hard road N'r' i ',.
coulr A w'. of NE'4 If NWIu. 2 5 U 20 Canon !If. Orlftl. __u_ 8.10 by land J. It. Alvaro ______ 15.19 a.j.
in 'm' business today. An advertising SEW of NWHex Lte 27. 24. 25. 20 inWoc.iiavn W'4 of Elk 3 S of It s W I, .

Ircular of the first boomIn about 8 A E of public I -. --10 II U fO Peter Jo..nann.. u___ 881 A NIb of H1K 3 H of It .'II l/.
road" NE14, of SW4ex Lot 31 \'IoolIa'n _. 11 II 22 10 UnknOwn __ _u__. __n_ 198I 4 vw 'In Temple Sub: j ,. 1 t
F>,>rda) real estate, which wasIn I A In SB Cor' 8Ward 1 20 196 Mr Alma !Shaw ------ 72.95'rtik' )U'4 of, W141' of 1:1"1.: of .', 21 6 11 10 John Co\'lneton \. I '. :

full swing in 1669 has come to Lot 8 ofCity Blk 1 N514 ____ _____ 12 II 22 10 F.Ulolt( Knight _____ ___ 389 %V14OfflIklRofy(2V. ------ (27 '', I, ,: ',.'
.
8 1 20 Mr*. T. P. Ward ---k._ 1.64 I 014' of 8W'4 of NW'4 u_ 12 II 22 20 l'nknown u_.________ A 1(1( ex 1 A In NB Cor" E'i ?" :,1' ,
Ugh' m the historic library of St. I Lot 3 of 2 Ward Lute 81. 82 In WooIIAwn.13 5 2.2 20 (hu. A. Shodee ______ 8.JO of Hlk 1 a of It aV I In "

Job <'allege In Annapolis. The City -- -;:- 8LotH 7 20 ::Mrs E. J. Ward ______ 1.64 LOts' 1' 2' 7. 8 in 'ood. Templen, Hub IMv 21 6 11 9 P. 1... LloydW' 111.11 : ', .t
I, 2 nfi3lklOWard lawn Lot. 4. B. S. 9 of --- ------- j
H s 22 fl) David! Rickert ______ __ 3,40sL nile "
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circular is in the form of a pam- City _n. 8 7 20 Mr*. '1'. P. Ward n____ 2.53 of Lots 3. 4 & all Lol" 1, PInayhurHt lieveloDment .a j ,

"A-tiich seems to have been ., Lot 11 fflflj Ward! r.. 8 W"olllIwn If 5 22 30 Unknown _____n______ 5.8S -2J 8 12 hal Edward 4.50 \,
phlf 1 7 20 814! of ---- --- /
city M. P. Matheny 1.64 I Lots S' 18. 13 In Wood- : SEW\ of SWI4 of I .
I --------
boum >n accident In a volume of Lot 12 of Blk 11 Ward lawn -- 15 5 22 30 D. L. Rlg"by __________ 8.fO t4W 'j loci W 2 AWl .".22 8 II S F.. K. Conway--------- 1.81 I "
City u -- 8 7 20 "rll. T. P. Ward 1.64 L"lo 21. 22. 28 In V14 nf N1 vt N114: 22 :1 J
idf .{. .tl essays reports The ------ 21. 8 n 18 O. T. New.om _h __ 1.88 i
Lota 2 7f Blk 12 Ward .. of N\V\ ,
f 'VoodlAwn __ 18 5 U fO JosephIne. Corkins ____ tRY of N A I
iv ,anmuion, Star.jjtmphet l.oIMIY8. 8 7 20 Mrs. T. P. Ward ______ 2.53 'I Lot 25 In 'Vod1awn,, .18 5 22 10 I stanley Jirundage n___ 4.27 HI"" "' .'NI!' \' '<< of NE\. 23 8 II U P. A. Johan..nn ___ ..0' 'j
9 of Blk 12 Ward Lolli fit. 5R. 59 In Wo"d. NIoJ or 11\\ Nl l 22 hn ,
20
(Is entitled : "A City --- 8 7 20 ..I rlr. ".'.. :t. Ward ------ 2.53 I'I lawn ___.18 6 22 80 n. N. Abraham __ _____ 12.23 Nv'1) of JsVl4 2a 8 8 22 U 40 T.IIAnl..1 8. Williams 1\I.'man\ __ 14.19 3.88 tl" I "j
w} (esi, 't-lptlon' of the Provlce ofI'aroimi Lot 7, 8 of Ulk 13W..rc. Lots 58. 57 In 'oodla"'n 15 5 23 10 H. N. Abraham ________ 3.89 All Wi'" of NEi, of SH14' N 'n I "J ',"t. ,

,on the coasts of Floridaa City Dlk'l 8 7 20 Unknown __________n 9.67 I Mitt of: l..ot 12 in Vood- K of road 23 8 II 11 J. O. Boyd ______ __ 6.1t f' > 1"
Lot 12 of Ward 8 A of 8 .
11. lawn __ 18 5 23 5 Sinclal M05e1)' __ 3.05 u iicro IrlnnKle "
a/) .in particularly of a new City -- 'n 8 7 20 Lonnie L. Parker ---- 13.35 Lots 95, 311. 48' 48. 52.--01 un b.iiif| ,all of H'4' ,,f --it, 4 1'r.:' '

plantation begun by the Englishat I LotH .1, 12 of Blk 14 Ward \Vuodinwn; _J8 5 23 60 Mre n. 1"erklni. ________ 8.57Lnlll Tlint of,, SW N City 8 7 20 portion, I of HXVii 11 's
-u -- Mr T. Ward 8.43 49. 50. 6a. 84 In of
------
Cape Fear on that river now by Lr.t 4. 8 of Blk 14 Ward I \Voodla"n. .____18 5 12.0! 11. N. Abraham _______ 1.81 SI':'', & H\V'4' i>f SEI. of )li-iii, j
ailed City ---------8 7 20 Mr E. J. Ward 8.43 Lot sr \\'oolIa"n __ 11 5 2Z 10 !lfatlhla Nellton 2 .SIJ'4 M of rind 4H 23 8 23 20 Ernest Wund..I'lich tI. .; .
hem Charles River the ------ I ------- 7.97 ,
Lots !. 4 of 111k "iS Ward< ,,1,01 r.. III 'VooIIAwn __ 18 5 2Z 10 J. C. I'rln..lo.. __________ 6.H I III' ') of Nw''",> "' W'* f' '
29tn 'oi May. 1664 ; wherein la set City. .- 8 7 20 ,IT. D. Malphur*_--____ 4.95 Lots a. II \\'o..lIa\\'n_ 18 5 22 fO I1ank of Itarke:! __n__. 8.20 A N A of Wia of HWC 'R .1'\\
forth th<' healthfulness of the air I lx.t 7 of Blk 15 Ward S'', rot Lot 19 & All 30 & .V' 8i'' N "r road' 4" --24 8 .1 II Cba.. E. 'Ylncb..11 11.41 th I I' .

the fertility, of the earth and S I3'n; .- .. nfl., UVA, ;" 8 1 20 Laura E. Baxter __n__ 1.84ci't .VI. ;.. "f 3t In Wood-. u _ ,I AIAlnv :. '::1\t. .?',t. 4,.I ''jI..1fA. __ u _. __ .. I' :Il I
water '' '' ___ .._ ______ - v .un" ... .
n LI D U 20 T. ;M. ;llurrnee n atS'b"'r'L"t D m* ni jiiitKaia' jinmiiion' l4Dif 1
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and the great pleasure and 1' .. ,. 8 1 20 Unknown ------------ 1412Lonnle 21 & all L" 26In .,, 25 A a280( (.h.... j. JohnRon __ ___ 4K.03
Lot 10 of IlIk t8 War Wooiinwn: 18 8 2Z 18 n. N. Crawford _n__" SOS '' of NRii: - --_._.26 ( 23 80 Krneat Wundrrllch __ 2R.12 4 f
pJ" -ill accrue to those that go City 8 7 20 L. Parker. n____ 9.66 Lot 211 \Von.IIAwn .18 Ii 22 10 unknown ___ _. ._ __ 4.27 NI': of N\V'4' 28 6 22 40 U U. A l\Iae Jordon 4.86 !
mtn whether on their own ac- Loti' I. 2. 34. .12. 13 of1(1k Lots If.t9 In 'I.nd'AWn' 19 II 22 20 A. C. Carmichael t ______ 8.14 40 ft of N 108 ft of !lI.l... -- .,
18 WArd City _-on 8 7 20 Kf. O. Ilarrell ____n__ 7.88 1.<.18 15. 11. 32 In Woo<1- of NWI of IoIbJlt ot J I I .i
ciunf ).nto serve another. Lo' 5. 8. 1. 8 of Dlk 20. lawn ._ ___ 19 5 22 80 Jlerry E. Ro.ler _u___ 10.18 NE'i' .. 28 6 21 Hoirer Battle __ ____ 4.86 1. .
War City ____n_ ____ 8 7 20 H. P. Oalney 5.20 l.nl8 22. 27. 38 In 'ood- COin at NB for of Call A n I .
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English promoter of 1669 I Lot 3 of ll1k 22ar<1 lawn .19 8 U 30 "-. H. flouter __ 10.18 'hnrrh, Ht A run K; 275 F i '
knew how to paint a glowing word ( 'Ity 8 1 20 O. H. Parker _________ 7.05 L"ti. 36. 37 & S'4; of Lot u ft.. N 341! ft for n lit, of I I, i
He L'ti' f. 7.: 9 tUBlk--U 39 Ni!, of Lnla n. 4fk I't-K thcnco run K: 210 ft.
oiciun described in most War!! City 8 7 20 Mr*. Ciena Godwin ___ 1.64 Kt! I.f Lot 81 In Ihciu'B M 75 ft. w 210 ft.! t

;persuasive fashion the richness of LoIN, 6. 11 of Blk 22 Ward 'Vto.llawn __ _-____ 11 II 23 40 !lfr" E ('3. 1farv.y ___h_ 83Sl.nl N 75 ft t to l>..or( 'gj 6 33 V. I). Ilarrell _________ 6.86 J
the Florida soil the City __ __ _- _-_n 8 7 20 W. W. Ward _._______ 1.64 2f tn WoodlAwn ___ _20 5 23 10 II..rry E. Rosier ___on 3.69 Lots, I 1. 3 ,,f 1111| 18 flrliInnl 4
great variety Lot 12 of Polk 2Z Ward- will' of Lot 8. In Wood- Town of Stark 28 6 81 F. F. Stump as.'. '

of fruit' trees the manner In which City __ .n_ _..-. 8 7 20 Laura R. Baxter -__._. 1.64 lawn .___ ._ .20 II 2Z 8 Mr. E. n. HArvey ____ 201 Com 2(1.(, ft 3 In W of SIB ----- ----
corn mdlgo and tobacco flourlch- IJIk 23 ex Lot 'Va.dI N5' of NEM -- 21 I 5; 22 fO n. N. Abraham _..____ 12.21Nv'4 for f ."t A ..f Hlk It A
City 8 7 20 Unknown 5.20 of N4 & W ofof run N 1(15( ft.1 2S'4 ft. i ."" *
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eo !the fatness of the cattle and peg at SW' Cor of SW NE' 5 22 GO 11 N. Abraham ______. JU8I S 105 ft to I Call at. 'thJnpM ;
Bogs and the abundance of wild of SEU' A run E on Sec' of Lk4f07! NWI4-lp..22 I 13 28 14 ft tt. beg.. Original I,

I 2-3 thenoe N I __ II 22 ._ 8.4(1( Tuun of 8tarkc 28 Dank of I
line ((107 ft. A 23 11 5'. t. &: -I. 1Singfelder. Brir 6 22 Stark ______ 57.28
game and then turned to the to S boundary of Ward I IW'tt of NW,, uu n Ii 23 40 W' 0 Ilrown ______n ] 1.U at NW ('or of Call A I

question of climate. "Last of all" City thence W 607 2-3 ES of aWI4 ot fOEI4 __ 23 5 U 20 D U. Sullivan _________ 8.10 ft Walnut M* *i run w 141 )
ft. thence 8 to beg- 8 1 20 3 C. A. Crosby __________ 1085 :4 I A Oil N elIi' nf NE'4nf 2 In for a pt of heir. '
trot the promoter "the air SE'4 of sF4 -- .--- 10 7 20 40 Lawrence Wla-gln ___ 11.15 NE'A I1nll"I..d E by I thnm-o run N 10B ft.v .
comci-. '(1 be considered which is : aWI ot 8E'4 SE'4 of Jane nyrd. foI 4 'V Ioy A. t 10 ti. 8 Kill ft. I K |18 ft tn ',' .

8WV4 & FJ ion fI ot 1\1. 1'lnnl'hAd 13! 5 22 2 lee Frigo _________.__ 9.00 leg. i III Tilk I I 17. CH-lKlnal .
nor 'hi least consideration to the HW'J of SW'i -11 7 20 81 Unknown _______.____ 27.79 2 Ii Town of Town of ,Stark 28 6 23 1>. E. Knight --------. 23.01 '
''MI: being of a plantation for NW'4 of NE' 14 7 20 40 Unknown _____u_____ 1471 Lit", vlRJk ,,t i fly 23 5 23 R. A. Oriffil _________. 11.I8 Lot N 6 ex N 10) ft of WU''' A. ; I... ,
SW'i of NW'4 -- 14NEV 7 20 40 Harley Shaw _________ 3.81 NIof- Lot 3 01 Dlk 7 104 ft of Lot A of lilk .. t
iithoui" wholesome ::111, I .
air all other orlirlnnl
Town
of NK'4' & All' SE'I Town rof 1."vl..yV of of ::1 I
>n. derations avail nothing. And of NE'4 M of rood 15SE'i 7 20( 45 Lawrence Wigging __. 9.67 fly 23 5 U F. n. CDrrttdlne ._____ 2.58 n..8tarke! 28 6 II-a. C. LWngatcn. ----- 62.34 "J.!."
5 A N of I Lot f of Ilk 1. Town ofLawicy. |f nt SW for land j I
: .f Sf; ex j : T.fl!; j
nis" which makes this place road -. .- 15 7 20 OS Harley Shnw _n______ 88 J W nr Ity 23 5 n F. R. Carrodlne __.___ 1t.1 io.ii. tit Mm, T ::,4 (:

K i' .i hie. being seated in them wu of NWH .. ._ If 7 20 SO R. L. Cronby. _n_______ 27.19 l EL1, <,f LtM I. 2 of 111k 5'rc'wa by 14 8 .1. Temple' & run W :
SW',, of !lW'4 7 20 40 O. C Kellcy ____n____ 4(15( ::'f Lnwtey W offly ilegrmH 8 41! ft ,, ''Lh I" j ; f
mppiate, clime where the nj i" of NE''i: -. 16 7 20 80 K L. Crosby. __________ 27.19 U 6 23 ,IT. C. Woot.n _________ 15.18 234 I lllPlll8 I I ll.trcFH W; i : I
neighborhood, of the glorious light Elf A of SE'. Of SEW\ Will rof 1..1.. I. 2 I.t all ft, thoni-e W t M de- '' .,

01" .' lode N a A ._-.__-18 7 20 8 O. C. Kelley _______.__ 2.43 Lots it. 4 ...f ntk 8. Town fro itfr..82 rt. I thvnce N 4 I': 1 :I'! )
11 brings many advantages NW, of NW'4\ let IAN of LawtevV of Rv as 8 n 'V. C. -ooten __u____ .70 K, 2.14: ft. ; '
am',' ''us nnvenlent distance se- ,.f r* v .17 7 20) 84 7.. W. Hamilton ______ 2060 Lot .1 rof 111k 22. Town of Unmet, N; 14 tI..rrr..e. tj,/ H .. 1 I

ure hem from the Inconveni- E 14 A of NEM of NE1421 7 20 14 O. C. Kelley __________ '..39All LawtevV or nv 28 IS n O. :I. PhillIps' ___-_.___ 2.28 Thri-e 41 ft A to I>.-K tS 6 13 Mr*, Ntn It, Nollman .- 17.81 : S
E 1.nl 4 ot TIIk 22 Town of ( In MW/J Hound.-! ]
NW''. of NWW ex I t' ,
onr", .t his scorching beams. The 12 A .. __ __ .u ___. 23 7 20 2S o. O. Kelley __________ 6 83! Lawicy' rkfltt= --- 23 8 U O. J. t'b111Ip. .-----. 8.83 i N by J (). Alvarn Add '1 t.J,.1
!"Ih"I'll: I "1.1,. "f 1"1'4': -. 22 7 20 40 Unknown ____________ C.81 Lot 1 of I ow ofLawtoy K by Adnnm Nt If cx.'l''i : ,
'lays are so long when i 1;:' of of SEM _--23S 7 20 20 W. II Shaw __________ 2.13 W of. Ity 23 8 U 0.0. E". Young _.___.__ 8.G8 I W ln<.l..l 8 l by Ity ,4t; t
.l'> -< is In England by some- E'' of NlK 1 SVV'i Of LilIa 2. 7. S of Illk 2f. liy Kliiinu' -__28 6 33 Ja. Lamb -----.------ 6.10 .t4', ,

l.hIt. ibnve" two hour" NE'4 _)!< rond. ... --. Z* Z. 20 us_ Mr*.:.. J.....C.. Padgett .---_- .H; TOWn.._ "f Lawtey. _W__of... V .SI. _- ...._ ti, r... __ .__..__. C CAT I I L<>I.ot r" I 11.In I 12.l'IIOkH..V'M, in, 14 A.A.I.I Krarl._ \.,,.i'I., ."""t., 't I
;N" ,, or NW"i ot ''I" <* ----0. .v u. u. ." ________.. .u ".Y "s" v.owlilt I
rib I'-mlnlne angle was not 1 vuri' ''.f8E'.i' 7 20 40 Unknown -----------: LOU ": / & ailLot. 2, .7'C Slaik' Ilounili"" 'i! N by : ;
Qp/Clp/ l< (-j i in the advertising. "If Wu'of $'\V' ., "f-S\V\4--H\ : ". I-. fteeIN lot Call HI. W by liny "'t. /U: 14 ,

"8\V'', of SW'4 .- -___24 7 20 60 W. II. Shaw -.______ 3.27 In Lot 3. Town of I.aw- Th by MadlHim HI 28 8 23 d. C. Llvlngatona _____ 105.fO .
an\ maid or single hath l 23.U. N4! of (lIe followlnV' ,{
woman a I Com nl NW for, of Sec. toy f It flf fly In Sees> -
ton. tgo, over they will think 2.1. A run rj 415 ydH, 8 26 ____ 26 IS 12! L. U. HUt ._.___.______ 4 69SI1n Mounded l iIM'rjiol N city Hilt ,
N of Lot 33. Town of by Call St. ,
,
I... W 4-15 ydH
440 <
themselves In a golden age when I ; to Pt of I"96: S (if R)', 01cm W bv llrondway "Hi, a I I "

men paid a dowry for their wives: A 440 Also' com at NW Cod .... U, 34. 28 n. ___ ____26 5 22 El'llmllo P. hilt _____ '..68Lrot. Hav by MudlRiin Ht HI. .A K by I '
<> .. a5. 38. 39. 40 cxI 28 33 Unknown i4
for if of Sec, 25 & run K 4 0yclB 34. ------------ lI.n i
they be but civil and under 8 440 yds for a pi A In SI (' fitly years of thence K 3HOyd Town rof I.Awt..y 11 ofny ,1m. Truby A Co1* Hub. ,
honest
'man: age some of bew 8 8SO yIe W 8KO In Sees 23. 2f. 2& .__ 28 5 2. L. It. HIli .J......._ 6.11Lotae&IAItsnCorof IXvlnlon 28 < 33 S. K. }Celley .________ 7.n '
'or other will purchase them .*. 880 yds to pt of Lot 3, 4 of Hlk 17. LlvInKHton -

for their wives Every man set'want yde N 7 20 JOS Lawrence WIlI'lI'ln.3.GT:/ Lot 85 Town Of LawteyN Truby A Co'
'ToV/hn.-W-oj-SH" of y in Sec.. 23, 24. HiilI>lvlitoii| .- .ga ( 12 D. P. Pullum .______n_ ...7 j
n the expiration of their Com" 28 _u -____--__ 26 5 II Bobt. ParS ____.__ 5.17 Lot 8 of Hlk 19, Llvlng- 41
'me' Is to have of the country 100 ( N 20 chn", E 20 Lot f3 ex W 1 A Town of ton, Truby A Co' /Sut: I,
rhnH. 'j
creg of 20 N 40( ('hne. E 20 Lawtey. E of> Ry In S..ea. Ulvlelon ________ 28 < 21C Moms Oraham .______ '.U I
land to him and his heirs chn chn. ,. 8 40 cnn*. W 20 23. 24. 25 _nu II 5 IS L. II. Hill _.__________ 268 Lot 4 of ink 19 LlvlnaHton. '
forever paying only halfpenny 20 chn to belrt Lot 69 Town of Lawley E Truby A L'0. MubIHvlHlon -

acre per chnn 8.also com 490 yd.* nf ny In I'peM. 23. 24. ______--_28 11 Lula Jon.m ___.____._ 4,35 .
per annum; their masters also 20 of A.NW Cor of S"". 28 28 26 5 22 L. H. Hill __________ 1.82Corn W'. of Hlk 40. Living.ton. .
are to allow them two suits of apParel E S 440 yd*, E 380 on N line of S..o. 33. Truby A ('os 8ub- I
) and A run N 440 yd*. W 880 60 10; tf fly track & DIvlRlon I -- _- ---28 11 Unknown ____.___..__ I.U ,
able tools such as he is best yd.. to bei -34 A. 25NW'4 7 20 154 Unknown ___.__.._.... 23.96 run flm on maid line 1800 Lot 3 of SIlk 1. Llvlnton. *.
to work with according to the ydn of NEtS: & EW of8W' ft. thence. R. parallel Truby A Co'* Addition

custom of the Atlanta nf NS'4 -- 1 5 21 60 Mrs .7. S. Rosier _._-__ '.88 withity 1000 ft. thence : to flurke 28 6 11 O. C. Livingston __-_._ 3,73
country. NA'. of NW"% &: W al right Anrrl" 11100it Lots,. 5. 6. 7 IIf Hlk 3, LlvInKHton .
Journal nf *
8" ot NW'4' 1 B 21 40 John E. Roller ___.__ 6.63 thence parallelwith Truby A Co I
BE'4 32Nft
or -
-- .- Wt5 of NE'.. I I....* JOY to beg, Addition, ; tii marks 28 8 11 O. C. Llvlng.ton ______ 11.41 ..

MO'run op .:...:<-TION Nnf road NE' -'__ J5 5 21 30 Unknown ---------- I"-11 Sevm. 23. If u 8 U 20 Troy lInTlett _______.. 7.28 Loti 4. 5. 6. 7, *, 9. 10, 11,
:i -i,. Cower I -Int----In -';, of SE'4 nf NW'4' eX If A In 12, II. 14 of Fllk 10. LlvInirHton -
veetvd In them ThrVJ
Public % UndIvided In NW Cor "'ICnr: 24 8 U 28 Unknown ._._____._.__ 8.40 Truhy A Co'* '
ul l l'f 'i-ounty Florida Instruction hereb ol I 8W4 ex 1 A that portionN N'' of SEW of 0W14 4 5Iof !, Addition; ; ; to 8tarke .28 8 11S J. II. Addl.on ______h_ 21.11 ,

<*11 11, -lection, to b ,neiI. ) /10 ex aloo County irraileil NE"' or SW'4 .. 24 5 U fO A. A. Annla __________ 8.10 I Lots 10, II nf Hlk 16, LlvInKRton ,
Tu.i ,I..,., <> or Of nf 8W'4 of NF.I.4 Truby A Co'i
|Jllly, | s West to S'J
938!
Ii \ '1 i hill.! _Sub Hchool. at the' District Church road running Farm : road N.% If NI':'. of. MW'4. 25 IS 22 80 4amja Lou Jdward.; __ 1.40 Addition to Hlurke .- 28ot 11 Mr*. Julia Eastman ___ 6.41 f
State 6.98 of NE'! .. of S\V'4 W ? Hlk 17, LivingMfon. -
L. Hrndford County for the SW'of SEU: -- 25 8 81 US Mr M. L. Wainright __ SE'/, 4 (0
e.' 'J'' "lecting three trusted* J TIME'i .--_ _- .-28 8 21 40 Unknown ____.________18.03 rot rnArI ____ -._:7--- 5 22 5 Q. 0. _1I1r'1--'! :_ :; ..- 308S1'1'4 Trubv. A. Co' Adlitin .. n_.. ___.._ __ I
ror U ... -------a; ma vu.wn _________
"Ithe hAt of "' .. or of IIW'4 W'4 D. 10 U. I. & itt. j..ungra1i.r to mar KB ----- 1.711 .
.",.' ,, *mlllage. for the envear All portion NW'A & W 258 8 A Com ..t IL point 100 ft Loin, I. 2. 3, 4 of Hlk 35,
> of
I'' NW;. W of Bv track on N LIvlngHton.. Truby A I
>h. > of
of NE 4
,'l.-. ''be nilrpoH of holding" maid ft of I'ying V-* 8 of LawteyNB lIne of MI 'A of NW'4' & Co' Addition to Htnrke 38 A 11 Wm. C. FralbcrA ______ II."

.t', ," '", ., following*: are appolntmager NWH rOIl,1, 8'4' of run fI parAllel with Ry [,oln II. 12. 13, 14 of lilk I I
I- pshiic .25 5 21 27 T. r... Monk 4.31 345 fl. thence W on 25. LIvlniCHton. Truby A
L
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Norman NW ------ -----
rof -
Kirby r-rewn of NW%-__- 8 at 20 Mr Lawrence C. Clem- same. variation. 880 fl. Co'.* Addition to 8tarke 18 II Wm. C. PratherA ___.._ ..60
A tl Whitehead NfI! of 8E% > one _____ u_____.__ 183 thence N at right ...>ln 3. 4. 6. A, 7. H B. 10.

,. Druw ReddUhVITICR of SW1,4, ot SW% 87 5 81 10 Mr H. C. Edward ___ S.48 aOhlle" t.. N line .f said II, 12 of Hlk 26, Llvlng- ,, i
1'.1 40. Ih..n"1 JJ on said lineto Piton Truby A Co' Addition 1
Hli,1' of NF;'". all SW'A road Pt of bog. & ofNW'S to Htarke ______11ot It L. I* Libby -__________ .n .
H ..r publIc or.IEa
,.f N5'4! of liE" 27 5 It 140 J. II. Addl.on _________ 13.49 ex I A 4. 11 of Ilk 31. LlvInKHton. -
& N'a -- -ofsc4 J. ftnhln..on 4. all NW'4 Trubjr A Co* ,.

OP IE'4: of _SW'A_ __&_ SW'4___29 5 It 80 ltfrmC.PLNorman.. ___ 2087 I IflW'4 of NE\4\ W of ItY ex1"\1"A Addition to mark*_____11 f II Unknown ?.?___..__ .... I _
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B.iL the Power e.-sEfnT;:: -NE' -_ -_ _-______12 5 U 40 Wm Holllngworth ___ 3.60 sold ftiful Martin __. 26 8 II 45 n. R. Scbroder ____ 27.81 Lot 4 of Blk S, Davis _
them the of % of NW'4 W Add tn Htark.ll A II r. W. BuddlngtonA ____ ".11 4 ,,
") Public .f NW" ___84 8 at 20 Mr II. C. Edward ____ 4.23 N\w\ of SI-4 Truby _
llraolr"'d (" Instruction for 54j ot NW'4 ot of By ex 5 A N' J of Lot 1 of nik C, Jones Addition _

I.rtl"n '," Then-Ma u"ty hereby calls an 504 of NE'4 & NE'4________15 8 It 80 W. C. demon _______ 483Mr SW% or NW\6.\ ___ ___--21 8 U U Ed Edwards! _____.___ 12.53I to Htarke ______88 11 Unknown ?.___._._.. .... _
trl v,. Sub School Dl- slc-----, 1 I 8-OIi flf W\2 ot 8W'4 of Lots 4, 5. 6 ex. N Sf1 of
Jl and Hampton Sub SchoolI H Lot. __ ___ 17 5 U U S.t.: Futch __________ '..878'Arn Hlk K, Jones Addition toHtarke !
to b.. held' July 6th. 2 A WV4 of> Lot It. 13 NWt4 11 N. D.
mi u', 05% of $ < Walnwrlghtt ____ 16.48 ii1t _
tn* "Ih., Theresna School house. .f Slit 4 In Hellbronj ?' !EJ\4I of ofSE' ------2
HI'14 3 A ,
i ''"T Hall In the town o* 8prlng. _______ ( 5 It *. M. L. Wainright __ 2.14 \ LotH I.
1t5OPt,4 It 8\41\ of SW of Highway Addition to _
st Dlel'l t. determine l whether orlth St of N." ot NE'4ex 1 AIn 1011'': '" & SEt: ot NE's'> of .I..ke __ __I3 11 N. D. WaInwright ____ .... _

Hampton ct No. l IIhall coneolldate NW Cur & N\4I_ \ rf> 0U\ 1 2t n N. D. Green _________ 6.09 IIW'4 ._ __ .__. --27 5 U 55 B. W. flalt r _____.__ 20.78 Lots 2. 3 of Bile 1, I'
i /three District No. *. to 01 NE ----& Com at NI!: Cnr ot Sea 244 way Addition to Starke3't S 11 N. :J. Keen -----...---- ".17 ,

i amOunt of ru.te*.. and determine E% of HW'4 8E'4' of___SE___%_ 1 6 It 10 Walter Edward ______ 1136 & run W IUO ft. fJ 1020ft. EMi; of Lot 3 of Hlk 1. ,,
nf
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mlllage be
M to mime..Aln.t 1:11-4 11 tUO fl. N 1020 Itta Temple Addition toHtark
f. laid consolidate dIstrict of RF.4 of NS'4&N% _______ 399 W. _
', Sti NEW beg -----------2$ 5 U 40.T R. Shuford 38 1 II-F. Buddlngton n___ 4.50

r- ., ?kit-,"nllulng for two yea n. The 'of WV4of'SEK_ A __ 8 U 80 W. R. Halilop ________ 7.39 Lots 5t. 82 & E'/J of Lot 82 N 10 ft 5 In of Lot 5 A all _
maid election I will be: ot $S's -' In Woodlawn __ _19 5 U as Federal! Land Bank.__. 7.04 Lrf>t* 6, 7 lilk 9 Tempi. l _
TUEltESSA, 8W'1 of NEI"- & SfilVl-- 8 It 120 If. :J. Rolling _____u__ 10.10 Lots 10 11 12 21. 12. 33 InIn Add to Stark --------2$ S 11 D. K. Knight .________ 14.31

Cleveland Sullivan NW% & NW\4_\_ of__ ___12NWK 8 21 40 Walter Edward! ------ 13.03 Woo.bawn: 80 5 22 SOt.: M. Norman __ ______ 7.05 lt 6. 7 of SIlk II. Tern-
Clyde Ilercey NE'4 of NE'4 yell af Lots 241. n & 514 of Lot It pIes Addition to Htarke-38 6 11 Unknown _____________ 1.11 _
w.J"me. Swindle N 185 yds W 88_ 13 S It 10 Mr M. L. Lewi __n__ 7.04 In Woodlawn _ _____10 5 U UI.: M. Norman __ ___ ___ 1.70 Lot 13. 14 of Hlk II. _
s. SIbley NE'4 ot NW\4\ Lots u. n. II In Wood Temple Addition to

RAMON. : NE'. .I NW\6.\ ex 2i1ii $ I It 10 Mr E. J. Lewis -- --- 7.04 lawn ___ _____ _11 8 U 10 LeVy Sweat p _- '.01 Stark -3S (11 Mr* H. R. Oeborn _ .... I _
M. .. vr 88 ydi-----1 '..74HW'
$ Saxon & e _
yds 1.<.t. 82. U In Woodlawnn 8 12 10 Unknown u tt. I
5 of Blk \14 Temple -
Dave NWt4 Lot 4. _
Swindle' Wlof :fWS\.: :s of HW'4 of NW14 Addition to Htark-18 S 11II' C. A. Fetch .10
Jeff PerryI NoV. &_ 53i_ __ _14 S 11 110 Oo Cone __ u- __ ____ '.14 NW14 of NW'4 nf SW'4U 8 U .0 Unknown ___ __. ._ 1273SE'i (Continued on Pace Six) -- -
t- ,Charlie HaJJ NE'of' of NWJ4 SW _: --44 6 11 40 Floyd Croiby ----- 1.71 : ot NElt,4 of 8514. ..81 I II 10 H. I.e .aattoD Jr------ '.It f ,






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COirVTY: TELKOLAril.: KT.WHE.: FtX ltn.% FItlDAV. .11
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I Club IK Scene Of Dance I W. M. U. Meetings Visitor Here Is Feted by the guests. Mrs. A. H. Hall serving a tempting' ,
won the musical contest and was her guests by h?, 0
For Miss\ AinsleyThe I Postponed< At Lovely Tea presented with a novelty prize asher Mrs. Jerry Moore

I of the Mrs. J. G. Alvarez, a recent reward.At .
3ocictrjJ Woman's Club building was Regular meetings Baptist About thirty gu: the: lovely netting: for a dance Tues- W. W. U Circles! have been bride, was the inspiration for a the conclusion of the games to enjoy tin > \, ,,,,,

day night, when Miss Doshla postponed because the Fourth of I lovely party Wednesday afternoonat Miss Prevatt and her frlenda ware hostess and the 'i.,.?>mn Ii"e,,,?,
I Smith entertained in honor of her July falls on Mondjy. They will four o'clock when her mother- Invited into the dining room, where --s
of held Instead July in-law, Mrs. Hildabelle Benco, entertained -
house guest Miss Jo Ainsley, be on Monday the shower of gifts were on dis The native name t I", ,
Mrs\ Duncan Is HostessAt Beautiful Reception at the Madison. Ca.Quantities. 11. at lea in her summer play. The dining room table, Island la Te Plto Te Henm h,:''UI'er'
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Home of Mr. and :Mrs:\ of zinnias, Shasta -+-- home on Kingsley Lake.A which held the gifts, was cover- el of the earth." ar.
Morning Bridge PartyMrs. daisies and other garden flowers I Circles Will Meet Tuesday color scheme of pink and yellow ed with a handsome lace cloth and .. -

K. O. Duncan was hostess E. L. MatthewsBy were placed to advantage :in the] Both circles of the Woman's was carried out in decoratingthe centered with an arrangement of Port U a wine in whirr. .
at a bridge party Wednesday morn- Miss Amelia large auditorium and sun parlorof I Missionary Society of the Methodist home for this delightful occas- Shasta daisies has been check, i fft.tatlon ,
Ray 1)\
Ing at ten o'clock when she enter- the club house where the guests !! Church will be entertained by ion. Attractive arrangements of Mrs. Raymond was assisted in grape spirit wtinl
tained for the visitors In town and The outstanding social event of were entertained. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and sister! Mrs. sun flowers were placed to advan-
for Mrs. II. B. McLendon. who last week took place Friday after- After the guests were greeted Carrie Ritch, on Tuesday afternoon tage In the large living room.
will leave soon for Orlando. noon when Mrs. E. L. Matthews Informally by Mia Smith and Miss at three-thirty o'clock. The The tea table held as Its cen- FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU !

Red roses were used In decorating and Mrs. H. B. McLendon were at Ainsley, they were asked to writeIn change from Monday until Tuesday tral adornment a low arrangementof AS YOUR TELEPHONE
the lower floor of the home, home to their friends from four the guest book, which was pre- Is because the 4th of July is sun flowers. Yellow tapers balanced I R
where the guests were entertained. to six o'clock at the new home of sided over by little Miss Wanda I I a general holiday, and a better at- the central embellishment FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J ;1
Upon arrival the guests were the former on Eighth and Church Pearce and little Miss Betty tendance is expected on Tuesday. I and compotes of nuts and yellow ALL ORDERS FILLED .t
served a tempting refreshment Streets. Hayes. At the conclusion of the .-- and pink mints were placed at .

course that carried out the 4th of, Receiving at the door were Mrs. dance the book was presented to Starke Grove Celebrates i either end of the table. ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY :. 'li"\.; f-.,
July motive. Paper doilies of red, E. S. Matthews and Mrs. W. E. the honoree as a memento of the The guests were greeted informally
while and blue further carried out MIddleton and greeting the guestsIn party. Tenth AnniversaryThe by Mrs. Bence and Mrs. Alvarez
the choaen Idea. Place cards and the living room were the co- Throughout the evening punchwas tenth birthday anniversaryof and were served by Miss MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
tallies were also of 1th of July de- hostesses Mrs. Matthews and Mrs served from a beautifully dec- Harriet Benson, Miss Frances
the Starke Woodmen Circle
I McLendon.In orated table in the sun parlor. Peek, and Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs. I

sign.At the conclusion of the "game, the living room and in each Covered with a lace cloth the Grove was celebrated Tuesday J, H. Benson and Mrs. W. B Sew-

:Mrs. H. O. McLendon: was foundto room In the house there were table held as its central candies I night when distinguished guests ell assisted Mrs. Bence In entertaining DRINK
have high score, and was presented bowls and baskets of a variety of the large punch bowl. Red from all over the state gathered the guests and also In

a with a box of dusting pow- choice summer flowers, large dahlias in silver holders balanced the at the hall here. Miss Abbie serving punch.
d,' and loses predominating. In the central arrangement. Fern, zinnias II About sixty guests were Invitedto
rMrs room, where a yellow and and Shasta daisies added afurther Holden, state manager presidedover enjoy this lovely affair.
Duncan presented :Mrs. Mc- dining
decorative note to the a special class in honor of .
white color scheme was carriedout
Lendon with and to
saucer
a
her Fiesta china cup as a guest prize the table was covered with a j I .table. I the occasion. :Miss Prevatt Is HonoreeAt PepsiColaBIGGER
centered bowl Chaperon for the evening: were Promptly at eight o'clock Mrs.A. .
and linen handkerchiefs to lace cloth and by a
the following gave visitors: Mrs. Koy of miniature yellow dahlias Shasta the hostess' mother, Mrs. W. H.// J. Griffis called the meeting to Miscellaneous\ Shower
daisies and white zinnias. The Smith, Mrs. Carrie Ritch and order and the distinguished guests 'MlMirsruprlte Prevatt. at-
Smith house guest of Mrs. Dun-
central arrangement was balanced C E. Johns. were introduced and given honors trpctlve bride: elect, was the inspiration -
Mrs. Fielding Chapman,
house can; guest of Mrs L. F. Chap- Music was furnished! by A.1\Irs.// Following this, Miss Jenelle for a delightful party AND BETTER
Anderson, Jr. Hutchlngs, with Miss Mary Ella Friday night from eight until ten
man at the State Farm; and Mrs. Mrs L. D. Vinlng, Mrs. W. B. Sew-
About 100 young folks were Strickland presiding, went through o'clock when Mrs. Paul Raymond
J. G. Alvarez, a recent bride, guestof to the evening with the Junior graduation and was miscel-
enjoy
present entertained for her with a
her mother-in-law, Mrs. Hilda Knight, Mrs Jeanette Kincatd,
the hostess and honoree. I Initiated with Mrs. May Powell laneous shower. ------ --- -- -
Belle Bence. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. C W. Chalker .-j .Into..._ the___. _ndult____. branch_ __n. of the _so-_ ........a..a .T?..u..rrvi/wwl.w.... usd ,1 varlet y of I
Those Invited to enjoy the party Mrs. D. A Monteith, Mrs. N. 3.
Three McRae Children clety.At. summer garden flowers, with red ATTENTIONAUTOMOBILE
with the hostess and honorees Sternberg, Mrs A Z. Adklns, Mrs.
this time honor roses predominating, in decoratIng -
were Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. D. P. I W E. Torode, Mrs E L. Mat- Honored at Unusual PartyAn special was
I' done to Mrs. L S. Hutto and Mrs. her home for this occasion.
Carpenter. Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. thews, and Mrs. L. F. Chapman of
unusual party was given by Nat Williams who have held their During the evening a number of
Ethel Biggs, Mr.. C. C Hoppe, the State Farm. OWNERSAnother \
Mrs. Barney E. McRae on Thursday offices as financial secretary and games and contests were enjoyed
------ ---- of last week for three of her banker, respectively since the organization -

children whose birthdays fall within of the Grove. They Hutto and Mrs.\ Williams, and to ruse of H car striking a boy on a hleycle, this
FUNERAL HOMEMRS. morning
KEY-McCABE the same week. June 19 wasVlvian's escorted the center of the
I were to Mrs. Vonda Inman and Miss Amy boy badly hurt and In hospital Some ono will have" to pad
L. O MCCABE, Lady Attendant seventh birthday anniversary room where Miss Holden presented Moore for their fine work in the How much longer arc you going to put off taking liability prl't.ton '
I June 23 was Marian's sixth, I them with gold metals for their stiit e. / on jour niitnmolillu and truck Every dollar ton m
JACKSONVILLE. 1't.A. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. and June 28 was Barney, Jr.'s faithful servlc A history of the During the social hour all charter worth Is. at Make and thenarc many who didn't, ha\i" a iliillmsorting ,
45 W. Church rhono 5-1538 30 iieorgo Phone 2 ninth. Grove from Its beginning to the tune now.
: : w-: : 'I members were asked to stand
: : .. .. The large three-t"red: cake was present lime, was then read and and form a circle around the beautifully You just cannot afford to 1m without thN protection s,
Iced In white and lighted with red everyone listened with interest to : decorated birthday cake call today. If jour driUiiff record IN good the can s.m- von iommoney. '

candles Interestingly arranged, the I the story of ilK great progresH. Each one cut a slice of cake and .
UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
top tier with six candles for MarIan Mrs. Ella Rimes Strickland, past I Ii during this time Miss Mary Ella

I. C. McCAItK, President, JacltHOiitllle, Fla. the middle tier with seven ''i state president and) "mother" of Strickland gave a reading. "Mrs.
candles for Vivian and the bottom j the Starke Grove, made a talk in Rastus Johnston at the Wedding '
Industrial Life Insurance tier with nine for Barney.Mrs. I which she paid high tribute to After singing "Happy Birthday HAROLD C. \WALL Agency
McRae was assisted in Mrs. James Silcox first guardianof ," the meeting closed with ,
O. L. SUP, I
RepresentativeDRESS looking after the young guests by II the Grove here and to Mrs. prayer by Mrs. Strickland.
Mrs. R. L Mrs. Lois .
Kemp Mayes --
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Mr Walter Silcox, Merle Hall 1 -- -
I
Geraldine Silcox, Doris Silcox, and

UP FOR THE FOURTH ,, Edna Mae Moseley.
After playing many games, the

.AND THE REST OF THE SUIlEn13rd I! young folks enjoyed popslckles and I

: cake.The following were Invited to en-

OFFOUR :i, joy honor the guests afternoon: with the three I'I i KINGSLEY BEACHFORMERLY

c REGULAR: PRICES Jo Ann Silcox, Edna Coleman
ON ALL OUR PLAY CLOTHES Jo Ann Dinkins, Dotty Sue Biggs, '
Charles Sapp, Agnes Lawson, Bet- I
ty Powell Charles Lawson, Julia
HONOLULU SWIM SUITS Lawson Elizabeth Lawson, Helen II ( STRICKLAND'S)
CALIFORNIA COTTONS WhltfielJ Robert Whitfield, Mary I
i GINGER: ROGERS PLAYTOGS Powell Charles Knight, Merry

OVERALLS Beth Knight, Peggy Ann Wiggins, I
SLACKS Minnie Lou English, Joe English, I
CULOTTES I Esther English, Maurice Edwards, I

Carolyn Edwards Mary Merrer- I,
..
f I eau Billy Overatreet, Mary Lee
MEXICAN NOVELTIES: Overstreet. Alvin Crews Odessa

SERVING TRAYS Thomas, Olctha Thomas, Lyle Rae
MATCH CARTS Culdwell, Mary Jo Caldwell Jun-
t MEXICAN TALLIES ior Gray, Marian Brown, Margery
I GUEST TOWELS Davis, Evelyn Newsome Joe Mon-

t FIESTA GLASSWARE AND POTTERY tieth, Mnrgnret Montleth. Junior
i r Thomas, Junior Silcox, Julian Mc I
CHARM '
.. STRINGS I
Rae, Jimmy McRae, and Bobble THE IDEAL WEEKEND SPOT

McRae, Joan Dobrow, MargerySue
Complete New Line of Greeting Cards for any occasion Mtddleton. Mac Fetch, Betty Ii IiI ON KINGSLEY LAKE, G M!. FROM STARKE ON ROAD' 48,
I Hayes, B. C. Holtzendorf, Madge
Flowers in the( modern manner for every purpose NEAR PENNEY FARMS
Brownlen, Isabelle Parker, Joan
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I Carpenter, Billy Benson, Betty I -- -- ----- -- -

i I Benson, Rebecca Simpson, Betty H .
CLAR- JEAN SHOPPEPHONE Ann Flynn, Patsy Ruth Hall Bet BATHING DANCING
ty and Lucille McRae. SHORE DINNERSWhite
J 97 OR 31 ANYTIME I ,.

In harvesting peanuts, the plants II 1r: Sand Beach, Safe For Children. ;
j i are plowed up and the vines shaken -
1, to losen the soil. The peanutsare Free Tables and Benches. Valuables ;

I I oft and damp when first I Checked Free. Cottages, Row Boats,
On ThU Lovely 8-Pc. plowed up.
: y and Kickers For Rent. :: :: :: ::
BEDROOMSUITE I I
SAVE $14 j I by yellow candles In silver holders. IDEAL PICNIC GROUNDS
At night from eight to ten I
o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. Matthewsand
I Mrs. McLendon received a I I -
'* '-' v.u

j f-8-PC. GROUP FOR r ONLY (, warming"large being number In as the of Mr.nature guests and,of Mrs.the a "house occasion Matthews -- I Free-For-All BOAT RACES, Outboard & Inboard, ABC Classes AWARDED PRIZES


t have just completed and

furnished their New England Co- Free-For-All SWIMMING RACES ABC Classes PRIZES

,, lonial residence. For the co-host- : AWARDED
ess. Mrs. McLendon, It was a farewell I i,
to her friends he,-e as she will' PRIZES
leave soon to Join her husband in Free-For-All CANOE & ROW\ BOAT RACES '
Orlando, where they will make e e e e AWARDED
I their home. I
I In the afternoon and at night ,, PRIZES
j BATHING BEAUTY CONTEST FOR LADIES
served the
punch was on sun porch J AWARDEDMAKE
from tables decorated with fern, ,;
Shasta daisies and dwarf zinnlaa 1 j ALL ENTRIES FOR RACES AT GROUND OFFICE
and an Ice course, carrying'out j
the color scheme of yellow and I"
white, was served in the dining'room. '


Assisting. In entertaining and I FISHING Added Special Attraction BOATING

I e Triple Mirror Vanity serving both In the afternoon and I ---
ti at night, were the following persons
e PMter Bed I I
S Room Chest of Drawer* I : Mills Madge MldJIeton, Mrs. I ) i
M e Vmntty Bench e Comfortable Call Spring -
"_e a Good Cotton Mattress .. dleton Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Miss .
,e'Y 7 Feather Pillows Ruth Sternberg, Mrs. N. D. Wain-
Suite Finished In Rich WalnnL I Ie:1S,1III wright, Jr., Miss Mlna Manasso, ; t BYERNIE .
Decorated. --
TERMS Mrs. H. C. Drown Miss Lucile -J'....
YTEKLYrn.
$1.5u
'
Mitchell. Miss Lillian Miss I
aar o Specs I 8 PCS. $59.95 Evelyn Stump, Miss Lillian Stump.SternI I -"'--",:. ""_.;;::.:' -' POE

berg, Miss Doshla Smith, Miss : =.:;)
Dorothy Sapp Miss Elaine Wynn, '. -' '. Former High Diving State Champion
Miss Harriet Benson, Miss Mary
, FURNITURE Harriet Bishop, Misses Katie and I

HART Virginia FUgate!, Miss Miriam Guy
COMPANY and Miss Beverly Cady A NICE PLACE FOR NICE PEOPLE
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Starke, Fla. Invitations were issued to more: l L---------

than 300 guests ___ _
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o I day and Wednesday Edwards In spent Gainesvilleas Tues- s R .Smith and ""n. Earl of I II Mrs Roy Smith, house gust I I L.imnni' were ,nm: its Air,
Thursday and Mrs K G Duncan will
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the of .Hi'I little (laughter,, Fi wlmwe
guest! Mrs Thelma SteclcMr. i iinii'S from i Jacksonville last week on the
of
gilt Mi Smitli
brother and spend: this wi-i'k-end In Jacksonville < ,
Bits ofCONCEUNING --- -- I l..illter-in.Jaw. Mr. and :\11'1'V.. P. UH the guest of her brother ; t ic, here, Sunday and Monday on ; c heroketfur, ,i I two months' .lay ii'I' :
and Mrs. B. M. FusHell and Smith. and ao-nimt of the dentil and funeral ,,n New YOl'kVhlle away she I I .'.'
sister-ln-luw Mr.
Mrs. R
and .
P Miss Ltmelle Stokes were visitorsto I _____ _._ .___. E. Thels. She will be accompaniedto I ol 111..:<. White's father, a W. Al- ,, will attend' summer school at the "I'' I '
Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. I d.-. man, returned Monday night to Eastman School of Music In Roch- '
Mr.\ and Mrs.V.' DCray, of Jacksonville by Mrs. K. G. Dun- I I I'
N their home In Tallahassee.
IDeal ester.
t % Dr. S. Sternberg, of Daytona Winter Haven and AUstin Texas, can and son, Kuspar. I, __ ",;l 1''
and J. P.
Hoffman of Tampa,
were I
Beach, was the week-end I 'I .
of
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND his parents Mr. and Mrs N.guest Stern- A.recent guests of Mr. anti Mrs." L'\\ Lt. T. T. Long and Lt. Richard ''I I I' ",

PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN berg. Gray. Kldd attended a meeting of the of- ''i'' ;,1,4I'
. Miss Grace Dew ficers of the 2nd Battalion of the HAVE YOU ENTERED ? .) ., ,',
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bennett andchlld'en. was visiting 124th Infantry of the National 'I, '
of Eustln. were week-end Mrs Bynum Perking! in St. Vin- Guard In Lake City Thursday' Aft- I j jI
cent a Hospital' In Jacksonville ENTER NOW Each week until
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guests of Mr. nod Mrs. er the meeting they attended a
A. H.
I- Saturday. I'f September 1, ROYAL CROWN Cola I ;,
Klckliter spent Tuesday In Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree, of Johns fish fry on the Suwanee River. II ., .,
F -- ( '
J Jacksonville, visitors --- i is giving absolutely" free 2000. A ,,
were here
frlalka Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and sons, Ed- -- -- 1 first prize of $1,000 ; 10 second prizes ,it ;':I tIi: ;; ..
I
ward and Harold, of Roy Smith son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
son Ovieda are \ of $50 each ; and 50 third prizes of I I j.' ,
Gary Morgan, of Miami Beach t\!\
R. of
Monteith was a business guests of Mrs. Jordan's slaters, Smith Lawtey left last '
n A were guests last 1/11111/ UU $10 each. Send in as many entries as ': .
week of Mrs. J.
this week. Mrs J. T. Griffin week Westminster, S. C. to
and
| Tallahassee Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs. Car- ? "'
to J : ,j
dolor and W. Morgan. rie Ritch. visit his brothers Cecil and :Mon- you wish for each week's contest. To ;. J
spent Monday Tuesday in Orlando
enter the contest simply complete this :lit;''i" ; i
on business. -- -- :
un S S Dowllng spent several Mrs., Florrle Wills bus returned Mrs., S. E. Sparks and daughter relatives a sentence with 25 words or less : "I "1 ; i I k

day' last week in Jacksonville. ---- to her home hero after enjoying a I Sclctta are spending this week in Central, S. C., before returning to like ROYAL CROWN Cola best be- ;, ; I .,
Mrs. p E. Canova, Jr., and children visit In Jacksonville '
with Mrs. Green Cove Springs with Mrs. hU home. cause Mail your statement with I ti'i
Kennolds, of Richmond, of Orlando, are guests of C. P. Tlsun, Sparks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. tz one metal crown from a ROYAL i ,
| L. ip.'ndlng a few days here.rdw.r Mrs. P. E. Canova. -- -------- I, L. E.I Mrs\ S. E. Brownlee Mr. and CROWN Cola bottle or a facsimile ,: .
Va ------ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Mansfield, of
--- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters ; to ROYAL CROWN Cola Columbus. ;h '
(creen.: of Lake Buiier; Opportunity of n lifetime! BathIng Lake City, spent the week-end I Don't miss;' thin ..IIII...-.>! All Miss Mary and Madge "' Georgia. For more details ask your ;;
., friends here Sunday. HUiti., drrnwi, and hat now here as guests. of Mr. and Mrs J. lllltllillK MlllH, dresses, nod lUllS Brownies, are enjoying a vacationin i N sof til rink dealer for ft contest folder I. "
sa' .iting -- selling\ below cost Marguerite's: L. Simmons.Dr. I now .xrlllitir. below 'O-t at :\ltlr-I .Washington; D. C., as guests of Entries; are not wknoAvledgod. To '1.I ?,, ::,.

Randolph Boree. Shoppe.Mra. guerile's 'hOII"" ] ] Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee's son-In insure absolutely l, ,, I "
M nui I II"S.! ..-- S. P. Vandlveie and Dr. J. law and daughter; the Rev and impartial judges t.' ., ,: ,
'
| |I. ?,, m ,lie. spent Sunday here. E. Maine went to !Mrs. Itt1YAi. CROWN has: employed all ""
01 W. J. Epperson spent several Daytona Beach Miss Marg-le McMillan left Tuesday i I M. C. Stlth.Mr. "
I Slutrunk'w.tlr ---. days last week in Tampa with Tuesday to attend the Physicians'Short to spend the rest of this sum- I ---- ---.- outside! company to select the win- j. I ,
Firurk, lit friends and relatives Course mer in Ashevllle N. c., as the iind Mrs. Melvin Williamsonand ners (Reuben 11. Donnelley Corp.! ) I 1
guest of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Mrs. Richard Williamson ,returned All winners are notified by mail and 11'the
i, !. i W Mosley of ,Mrs of Galnes-Floi'rle Miss Elaine Edwards wan the Mrs. M. F. Brown and Mrs, McFaddcn. to !their home In New York I C eleven top winners in each week's I { ;
' Roy
guest F4
j Ivillc 1"' guest last week of Miss Ruth Candy Smith, house guest of Mr. and City early this week after spend ,';! contest are announced on the ROYAL : 4 I
, O'llle _Jt in Jacksonville. Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent' Monday Mr. and Mrs Tolbert Black and ing two tweekn with Mrs. Mike Dew CROWN() REVUE broadcast every \' .
t MnFIake' has returned home in Jacksonville. son Jimmy, of Macclenny, were and family and Mrs. K R. Wil Friday night over the NBC ,:
I t week's visit in Ken- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith and -..------ guests' last weekend of Mrs. liamson. They were accompanied .
jroro( three daughter, Joan, were visitors In Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. Black's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. T. by Oscar Vulleros, also of New Ill '
I tucl<> Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Q. A. Anderson spent' Thursday I N. I Kcndrick. York City. While here the group ROYAL CROWN COLA ,, if i
visited many interesting points In (:
F Flynn spent Monday In Madison as guests of Mr. and
Goo In Tallahassee on Mae Edwards was the Mrs. W. P. Knight. Mrs\ W. p Smith has Invited the State.
Jam) Tuesday guest all last week of Mrs. E. T. the W. C. T. U. for their Friday --"

I business King, In Jacksonville. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Miss Juan- afternoon meeting this week. Mem- i 11 j J
Johnnie Russell spent the ---' Ita Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. Green and bers expected apd friends of the j I JOIN US IN CELEBRATING OURIN 't t +

|I MISS-end in St. Augustine with Mrs. P. W. Home of Miami, daughter, Judy, were visitors to cause Invited. i iI,
reek was the guest last week of Mr. and Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. I
",llIllv's Mrs. J. L.. Simmons. ----- Mr und !Mrs L. A. Davis spent

'I "mil I Mr--r. C.-Hoppe and Ida Dekle of Lake Butler, Friday In Jacksonville where !Mr 7th Sale Ji
n sill spend this week- 1\I1sll.Chl'latlne Cutshaw, of Law- and Mrs. Edward Khealey, of At- Davis attended the Jacksonville Anniversary 1 ,
t I. ,nips .is guests of Mrs.\ ley, was the week-end guest of lanta Ga., are 'house guests of Mr. district steward's meeting of the
(IF'' '
Miss Juanita Barefoot. Methodist Church ,IJ
Sic u..nts. Mr and Mrs. A. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch .
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r n JImmy will remainII.VB' Mr. and Mrs.! Sntteiflc-M l : IIOliOJ10': 01.U 71'11'Jo: \I1 OF ntIliHH": It NKKUIKOK: n (ilUH'KK.K' II \\'K F.N-: I, q I ,
Mrs. Leonard Jennings, Jr., and ill Sislrunk'H.Mis. Hoyt
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hisHKZSW
Ie visit with baby, of Boca Grande" are guests Fireworks --- and children, of Troy N. C., were .'Oyt:1.o: ( It FINK PAIRON.UJK: :/ HOI'K) 'It) 11.\\'.; TUB 1'LKASUKK OK S.TJSI"TOIt- :, $ t "

,'rI') 'nlS --- of Mrs. L. A. Rennolds. T. J. Griffin and her guests guests last Friday, of Mrs. Suttei- I n.\' !ootIt'lliHn: : ron1.1:\ \' MOItf.tlt.: : TO TOMK.: ;I ,;I./i';
field's uncle anJ'aunt ('. II NAsnORTIIV) T11PI.O1'EEy';: (. .
M Mr.\ and l i i
_...... I II rs. L. n. Jordan, of Oviedo, spent !, :'".
I
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-" Mrs. G. H. Bennett.
Mrs. Emma Murphy has gone to Tuesday in Jacksonville with Dr.
South Carolina to visit relativesand and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. :
Mrs. II. Cochran, of Griffin GII i ti
will remain until fall.]]
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I 1I I Mr and Mrs. Jack Williams\ of and Mrs. J. B. Alexander of %Valdo '' TIP TOP GROCERyr F: J

Mr. and Mrs. A. M Petit, of I Gainesville spent the week-end were guests Wednesday of Mr : ;
Gainesville were recent guests of here with Mrs. Williams'. parents, and 1.lrs.V.\ B. Alexander and .

qBE SURE f f01 Senator. on. <;Mrs.. .E. C. Johns. I Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Miss\! Wilma-.-.-Alexander.--.--- 1 FINEST QUALITY FOODS LOW PRICES 'ii s ;1' !
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Victor Thomas, of DeFunlak Little Miss Ruby Ellen Wallace Mrs. S. S. Bowling returned $ ; ,1

his Springs mother Is the Mrs.guest E. M.this Thomas.week of uncle of Palatka and ,aunt.was the Mr.guest and of Mrs.her ville Tuesday, where evening she' win from the Jackson-guest of'' SPECIALS FRIDAY & SAT., JULY 1 and 2, 1938 i! :;p

/ < AI.1i: Porto Rico sweet

u 'Stump.$1.25 per thousand.pone I, Mrs. R.-F.-Dcmorest Is spendingtwo Frank-Hoover---last--week.- her and brother-in-law Mrs. James Godbold and "later, Mr SPECIALS FRIDAY & SAT., JULY 8 and 9, 1938 ) : .!I

weeks In Apopka as the guest Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and
----..-.....- : of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. children of Ocala, former residents Arlie Rhodes superintendent' of '
| FOR SALE 300,000 strawberry of Starke, visited friends public Instruction of Leon County 1'UItE CONTOIHI
olams Will make price right Mrs J. Weuthersby, of Pompano here last Sunday afternoon. was the guest Friday night ofMr [ LEMONS DOZ. 15c rr,
and Mrs. D A. Montieth and I
I 11 Rhoclcn Box 72, Route No. was a guest Wednesday Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, at 1lngst'y'Lake. '' GRAPEUICE : "j
I iitaiki 6-24-3tp of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. Misses! Mary and Barbara Cly- I

_. utte of Pompano, are spendingtwo
I
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Fireworks at. Mfttmilk's. weeks here as guests of Misses Misses Nellie Of.
| FOR SALE; Flowers : i Cunningham Es.1 "
for every
Helen and Marion Dowling. ter and Ruth have 20c":1
Strange ;
sin attractively arranged, SUGAR 10 lbs. 45c : '
I In""' Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis/ will ------- ed to their home In Sanford after I :
isonably priced. Mrs. N. D.
Mi' and Mrs. Dennis Lennon of
Fernandlna
week-end in
spend the spending two weeks nt Klngsliy
gem Mtfht Phone 102, Starke, i SILVER KI.NUFLOUR I t.i; : I. ..
Kustls were recent of Mrs.
with his mother, Mrs. Mary Davis. guests Lake with tht-lr uncle J. F. KickI I
FI

tf Miss Nellie Cuninghnm. Misses! Lennon'H Mr. and Mrs.brother-in-law A. H. Green.and sister llter. -- -- ----. ,i SWIFT'S 10. UOLL '!1 'j si'f 1 : "

1'1'' t ,r' Bungalow six rooms, Esther and Ruth Strange, nil of -..--. -' -' I Miss Marjorie Stump who isattending
I 1 and cold water, out- Sanford und J. F. Klckllter, were I Mr. and Mrs. John Hall and son, summer school at th<- BUTTER lb. 25c b,, t 1? ; f
'" ,c. child's: playhouse, dinner guests Wednesday night of Jack of Jacksonville will spend Florida State College for WomenIn I 12 Lbs. 33c I : i iI i"
"up for cnsh. Leon A. Mrs. E. M. Thomas and Mr. and the week-end here at: guetss' of Tallahassee, will spend this 24 Lbs.! 63c. I I : I
.,' rk,' Florida 6-24-2tp Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson.NAT I Mr and Mrs. J. L. Simmons. week-end In Valdosta, Gil with i Tin SOMK!{ : : OF ont I MV. C'lTY I/I PRINT ''I ''t '
-. -. -.-...-.--- .f'lpnd.., __. "" ........... .. ........... .. 20 Lbs 55!" t I' I', I
.n -- '
r- Phillip Roberta" of Tallahassee, -. -----. FRESH BATTER 27c I '
tUUHNtlJ << Lb. : 't'I: :
spent the week-end here as the Mrs Emma Johns of FroHi- ,
SEZ 1 It( I
a;? : guest of Mr. and !Mrs. R. R. Pre- proof Mrs Avis Mancelle of rri.i. CHKA.MCHEESE: ; 1
I vatt and Miss Marguerite PrevattIVlovv Tampa, and Mrs. J. L. Jennings UIIOLK; (iU.XI.NRICE:\ I'' I
Nest :Monday IH July' Hh, otherwise ) : .iK':l !
--- -- and baby, of Boca Grande are :, i
\ :' F' I liiion HH Inilepi-nilonfe Day.n I rest! Our regular\ utoek, visiting Mrs. L. A. Rtiuiold.I 5Ibs. 15c '
'
/1 The store will I"' closed nil day of nil Imthiiiir suits dresses. nail through the Fourth Lb. 17c
r 1 I' / and "i- lire all going to rclebratrn I halt. Buy now Marguerite's; / ------- n:; ,
'" \ r--: .:. mrninrnhto event In our history.In Mhopla'' Mrs W. P. Randall and children I ) ,I IhiATCIii ,

:::? spite of 11 few mistake this Instill Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of Bill, Jr., and Lucia Lisle In', ''' 5c 5 boxes 15c 5c Macaroni 5 boxes 15c i'' !

the best country In the world DeLand were recent visitors of have Jacksonville returned after to spending their home several ij P, : s
to live In iin days at Klngsley Lake with
are n married man, you should ntlllrilcbrnte were accompanied to Starke by Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. 2
your independence onFourl I Mis Lee Mary Watson Brownlee who have and spent Miss ,'" I One lOc box Oxdol all 15c ;; '

h. I the Mary past several months workingin the Miss secretarial Essie staff Coleman for Congressman head of- I: CORN FLAKES, 3 bxs 15c ;,. ;
left for
Miss Watson
Tampa. I
Lex Green sailed last week UUU\"S FANCY I r4
nE C011FRTABLE IN her home In Cincinnati Ohio aft-

FARMERETTES PLAY A RICE LINE SUITS OF er a short_visit I _here- I for Her France a tour month's and will the vacation Include British.Isles.In visits Europe.in I MILK 3 (all 17c MEAL, 10 Lbs. 19c. :: ij j .

or SLACKS ] I I :

GOOD QUALITY AT SIZES 11 TO 18 YOUR LOCAL I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and ,
No.r 2 Size TOMATOES Can 5c 6 small 25c
$1.00 $1 .00 children, Mr. and Mrs. Joel win-I ; cans I"" ;J JI
I' frey, and W. C. Winfrey I
I Jacksonville, were dinner guests .J't;. KICI/F.I; S\V I '"I"H HKMINOLK
I Sunday of !Mrs J. M.[ Alvarez at' : '::1 '

GET .\. NEW .'.\.lIt OF WOSEItFt'L LINE Magnolia: Lodge on Kingsley Liiki I HAMS! Lb. 23c SLICED BACON, Lb. 25c I i '

BATHINGVASH DRESSES rireuoHf at SI lnUlk'lI.Mrs. i. '
Kuril's lt\< K HAWKBACON ; I

loft TRUNKS TilE 4THL00 SIIEER$1.98.AND COOL BTaeS alO Andrew. George and Billy Taylor, of Gainesville and sons?! Sliced Lb. 31c BRISKET STEW, Lb. 12c :: ;! ::j ,

$ and $1.95 I and Mr. and Mrs James Edward

I I Murphree and son, James Edward, AI.L.MEATBOLOGNA :
-- I .Ir of Pnlatku were guests Sunday 'I FINEST UIIITR KlUltOVSHORTENING 'i
TIIE LATEST IN I of Mr and Mrs. V. B. Har- Sliced Lb. 12!/ i I

MEN'S SHIRTS M NHATTA'NI FOOD STORE rell. Lb. lOc ,

l PAJAMAS WILL BE CLOSED Miss Isabel Fernandez arrived I'ALMOLIVK HO\P, S for__ 19oOCTAflO.V SI'PY.WH'U s, b inn alit. i" ,
ABORT FREE SUGAR
!SPORT SlEEVES COLLAR UtE MUCH COOLER ALL DAY last week from Havana Cuba I' SO\P ORI'OSDEII RF.II BOX, S UC-.2lk1

where she ball spent the past two fl Urge: ______.__23cSCPERttUIM OfTA! iO.V !SOAP CHIPS. ONE POUND WITH PURCHASE

$1.00 $1.95 JULY 4 years the as Coleglo a member Alcman.of the" She facultyof will large phg.------lOc large .----_____________ 20r OF 1-4 LB. TINMrCOItMICK'H :\ 1 ,

spend' her summer vacation here ('()S'F. TICATF.J) OCTAGON! TOILET SOAP FREE: I' f

l'I.oSE OUT PRICE NEW PATTERNS with her mother, Mr.:;-R. s. Fernandez. !SUPEItHL'US.! 3 pk/C'----- _23o O'T\ClOS ('1 !...INNER ----- Be TEA 1-4lhr h' ,
.
,'a
MEN'S STRAW \\'.. Will A
MEN'S TIES NOT BE CLOSEI> Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth and PAK-l-r'AtK 6 Uts. 25c ----7 -- --- : "

HATS WAsil ,uvn SILK For Half Holiday' I Miss Kate Struth hid as recent'' t! ,,
Our '
Rt'gulllr $2.00 Hats Tllt.RSDJL"LY 7 guests, Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards '

$1.39 25c and SOc and daughter, Frederlka, ALL BREAD 3 Loaves 2Sc \
Mr and Mrs. Frank Baulknlght\ HINO.UET niCANISIJfKD MI\MII I
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THANK YOUN. and little daughter Jane Merrill : 9 NO.2 CANS
all of Jacksonville; Mrs. L M.I I IDeSliH BEAUTIFUL ( )IJ)K.V:
It to Buy atSTERNBERG'S

Pays Wildwood and; and daughter.Mrs. Margery J. S, Johnson of' BANANAS 5 Lbs. 15c Pineapple 25c ': J J!

N. Prevatt, Mgr. and daughter Dorothy of, ;

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_ PAGE_"''IX BRADFORD roiTXTY TELEOKAPH._ 8TARKJ5.. FLORIDA ______ FRID.\1'. fl'MI
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I DOUBLE RUN -r s I DeivrrlBflciM lice. T n A OwnrrI.ntH

:\Ir... W. A. Tjler, Cur. NEWS 0. 6, 10, 11, 12. 13. 14, ,' ,,

I FARMERS SECTION< I' II; LIVE STATE 1 22 15. of It, Hlk 17. 18 7,, City 19! 20 Pnrk, 21,

!oIl'. and Mrs Earnest Silcox returned SubDlv.V A C'. Addi-

NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I home last week after I FLORIDA FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS tion to Stark __-_____28 fl 22 W. B. Wa,.. ,",

spending the past few months In Lot I, 2, 3, 6 of nik 8,
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city Park 8ub-Dlv W.
Jacksonville.Miss .

Evelyn Conner of this 1-ELECTRIC RATES REDUCED CARLOAD OF DEER TONGUE Stark.A C'* _-_Addition__ _________to_28 6 22 W. B. WatM
i sec TAMPA. Peter O. Knight, DELAND. The season's first 8'4 of Lot 4 of BIle 12, ? (li
RURAL Hints To Housewives tion spent the week-end with his president of the Tampa Electric carload of deer tongue was ship- riaKkln Add _-_______.29 6 '2 Floyd Green.

COMMON SENSE grandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Company said a reduction In ped from here late last week. Deer Blk 12 ex 8'. of Lot 4. li
Sttpp. of Gum Branch.Mr. Oa kln. Add ___ _______It (23 4 Floyd Greenw
Home Demonstration
Weekly from home lighting rates would mean a tongue la a sweet-smelling plant, NE'of SE'4' 8 10
SPUDS .JOHNSON; Specialist, Tallahassee and Mrs. Earnest Silcox and saving of about J90.0OO a year to whose leaves are used In the manufacture t06 ft of M5--,, Henry <" "". ;j

By Mrs. D. Thomas are visiting rela- Pasco of On accountof Lot.4. B, 6 on S side of
in HUlsborough cigarettes.
consumers NEU of NEU\ __---___29 6 22 5 Corley John
COMFORTABLE: WORK PLEASANT SURROUNDINGS tives in Palatka this week. and Polk Counties. the low price offered for the SEU of SWU ex right of .

way ______.__. __ 29 8 22 30 I.V..
CLOTHES ON "'Alt.ARE CONDUCIVE Misses Edna and Addle Tyler, product this year, people of this n Jinareuxfi'H
1 A In SE Cor of NEU of
TO GREATER ACHIEVEMENT of Saxton, were visiting Misses section have been advised that It \ ______ -_ 1 Mrs C. r. ) 4
: MS fan"JIA
PROTEST CLEMENCY
Utility garments are among the Bessie and Lola Tyler, of this HOMESTEAD. A mass meet- will not pay them to gather the NE'4- _. _:of-_W Herman 8elf..th. !|
:
needs of the fanner. If he Attractive farm homes with section Friday. leaves and truck them to Deland. N .__________ .
clothing; of Ry 81 (22
Inc was called to nrntent a move __.__ ._ Lu _.. '_ _A ...n., .., _. ..n.... __ a _- 2 Orin Wilson
in to be healthy efficient and well kept yards lawns, and flowers Miss Edna Byron attended ine price IS less UIBU : :: :
to obtain clemency for Franklin A.V. _._ _-I-_--.31 6 22 30 Herman .
his clothing must be selected have evoked much picturesqueand offered for the product a Selferth
year
happy. church at Pine Level Friday night. j Pierce McCall sentenced to death 2 A Com at NE Cor of II
,
for comfort and service. descriptive writing from authors Leaton Morgan, Jr. and Leon ago. NB% of NW<4 & run W
.
for the of James ..
kidnaping Bailey 148 ydH, S 70 yd K 148
Design of work garments In un- and poets for many yours. Williams are visiting in Manatee. I Cash, Jr. "The people of the Red- yd*, N 70 yd.* to b.g$2 6 23 2 Unknown _
dergoing Improvements In appearance And the description of such a Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp, of WEST FLORIDA INDUSTRY All NK'4' of HE 14 of NEW I
lands district who knew McCall
and fit. It is possible now to home puts a pleasant picture In Gum Branch were visiting Mr. a smart aleck demand that this as PORT ST. JOE.-This commun- Borrosd A In NE ("'or-of9ot-----322V4 6 22 2 Louis Kahr II

buy garments in sizes for all types the mind of the reader-a pleas- and Mrs. W. R. Conner, of this blot be ity Is adding to its fame as an Industrial 8EV: of SWW\ ______.32 6 23 S "'.."0 Mltc-nt-ll
of Individuals, be they tall and ant picture because it gives him section Friday. on our community wiped center through the decision Lot 5, 8 of Blk 3 Lincoln t
out the death City 32 6 22
by said
penalty, the -- -n- Henry Clark
stout, short and stout tall and the impression of balanced living. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and call of the Kenney Lumber Company Lot 1 of Blk 8, Lincoln .

thin short and thin or average. a combination of the material social children attended church at Pine for the meeting. one of the big lumber oper- City H ______-82 6 22 Ed J. Johnn-.n.
Lot 5
-- 8 of Bile 11 Lincoln
Comfort is the first consideration and aesthetic.To Level every night last week. I KIDNAP OR CHICKNAPT atol's of Florida to locate one of I city -p.-- _-.-_-.__-32 6 22 Jessie. John-,,,
in selection of work clothes. the farmer and his family We are sorry to report that Melvin I its big mills here for the conver-- Lot 8 of Blk 13 Lincoln .
KEY WEST. -- Sheriff K. O. City --._-_____-____32 6 22 Dan Johnson
Ample freedom should be allowedfor who live In such a home, it meansa I' Griffla is very sick, and hope Thompson solved the "most insig- sion of its pine holdings in this Corncitaptl0tftSof -

all body motions. Few gar- great deal more. however. It he will soon be well. I area Into lumber for export. It NW Cur of NW'4 of NWVi
nificant kidnap for ransom case on A S 555 ft B 525
run ft.
cut to fit the normal means that they take ini Little Donald Conner has timber enough to keep the big
ments are a pride 1 I spent Frl- record." He Bald a woman who had N 605 ft, W 625 ft to
instead of being sized to their home that realize the | with new mill busy for twenty b"lir ___$3 8 23 .
day his uncle years ,
figure they 1 I and aunt Mr. bought two chickens for dinner --------------- II SIr Annie ti_ p. ,

standardized body proportions.More value of attractive surroundings, II and Mrs. Leon Conner, of Rising.Mr. found them gone and in the coop It Is said. The present docks will IlJo4: raft,I nf -51114-We..t-of 33 6 22 20fr.* Frank A .

men's garments are being and that their environment has and Mrs. W R. Conner and be enlarged to facilitate shipmentto I S',4 of RWV4 of SW% ____13 41 23 20 Charlotte B. If.-M '
was a note that 20 I r
designed to suit the purpose. What I I been created by their own handiwork children attended the birthday I demanding foreign ports. It in said that Lut! 2 of Ulk 2. J. M. Johns
cents be left under a nearby stone Hub-Ulv of NGV4\ of
farmer finds tile overall which is 1 I To the farmer who owns party given for three of our ministers "or you'll them I the mill and logging operations NEK ___-___ 33 6 22 1 Mrs Fannie. St.J ".. ,
never see alive I !
planned for the person engaged In such a home comes an indefinable last week. will afford work for aproxlmately I Bfit at SW Cor of SW'4 of
again. She guessed the identy of NB'4 & run B 571U,
building activities entirely suitedto feeling of serenity and satisfaction The Rev. C. H. Rhoden failed to the note's author and COO men. the year round. N son ft, W 671ft, S

his neds? To many pockets go when be returns to It from a trip fill his regular appointment here a 14-year-old I' 800 ft to heir -- -- .-34ftK't 8 22 11 T. Mann
youth was held for Juvenile of NWU of __3. 6 22
au NWM
unused thereby Increasing the cost to town; he has the feeling that Sunday because of the illness of thorities. MAYO BEST MILJEUJACKSONVILLE. I I N''.. of NW'. Of SK"t.._84 6 22 20 10 W.F W C.. McrUll

a.s well as being more difficult to this i Is the only place for his happiness his fatherinlaw.Mr. Nathan I 8\Vi4 of \ of SE'4____34SB 6 22 10 AC. CarmlchaiM! I
Nw2
launder. An outfit consisting of a and that he belongs here. and Mrs. C. O. Fleming and STORES IN. TROUBLETALLAHASSEE.The Mayo, state commissioner of agri-I I 5 A%sQ of In SB: Cor of of SEM NEYE, _.3. 6 22 10 Carl Anders

work shirt and trousers is better Unfortunately, there are many little daughter Carolyn and Mrs. tulture bested three prominent II ]I,I of !SEIJ .-34 6 22 II n. H Woownrd
By using this combination a Earnie supreme rivals In a public R 270 rt of N'V of NW% 35 41 22 9 N. MBrady.
farm homes in Florida that do not Fleming. all of Miami, court issued a supersedeas order cow-milking W \it! of NW ofr4"vt

medium light weight shirt can be fit this description. They need were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A. today which In I here all part of tbe state's observ- i : .- ---- __---ae 41 u 10 Mrs Sarah Hull :
used for summer and a heavier or effect brings here ance of National Milk month. Governor NVV'4' of NWlI ex 1 A in
Tyler and children -
paint, they need flowers and lawns Friday.
for review a Duval circuit court HVV eor _-__ __ a T 23 311 Russell.
Hornsby
warmer fabric for winter wear. the fences need repairing and Fred P. Cone had trouble N 25 A of NW'4 of SWV

Service of work garments must painting and there ruling that the twenty Whiddon getlng milk from the dairy cow ex S A H of road-. __?_ 3 7 22 22V111(. Icing
are other repairs GRAHAM cash stores in of of ," ____
Jacksonville are liable \VI,1a NEV4 \VI4 3 7 22 20 I.. A. O"'lff'r'
be considered. Cotton fabrics are and improvements neededto furnished him for the contest and NIV of SE'4 or SW _____ 3 7 23 ,
Mrs. L. C. Smith Cor. for delinquent chain store 11- 20 Mra Corn.Ua D <) ,rci!< .,'
naturally the most satisfactory. .because make them cozy, comfortableplaces nA B .ft.._. __ ft_ ____._._ .____ finished In last place. Mayor L'eg._... 210'n.",ft ._.E,_ ,ofNW..,,.. B. Cor___ 0
"Q .w 5' no '"vv.fr.a'' 'Il""". n'4 -. "- run
they are cooi eumiy muouei- for living. Of course there Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler, of I The order delays seizure of the George C. Blume, of Jacksonville, I 8 2Vo ft. E 420 ft, N 210 0
ed, and economicaL A garment i Is always work to do on the farm was second. Judges were Mrs. J. ft. \V 420 ft to bee! 6 7 n 2 Susie Miller
should be made of well constructed Lake Wales. spent several days recently stores at least until July 20, when D. Alderman state j 5 A In SB Cor c.f> ,SEU of 0
milk
and repairs and paint cost money, with her parents Mr. and the case will be argued here on ;iuui.nls-I NWU\ ex 1 A In NE Coralso4A4lOftll&W
durable and color-fast, com but much can be done along this Mrs. sioner, and Mrs. Bertha Elliott, a
J. A. J. McKinney.Mrs. its merits. l by 375 ft N A S, N of &
pletely shrunk material. The fabric line with member of the state milk control
little effort -
comparatively Nelta Padgett and children -.--- adjoining; 5 A should be closely woven of long and small expense. Flowersfor of board. Commissioner Mayo said I above _u .n_ 5 7 22 8 John Green.
regular cotton fibers and should Georgia, have returned GRAND-DAD BEST MAN the milking* contest "like I E''" of SWU of SEWs ex "
was oldtimes"
the front yard and grass for home after spending sometime CLEARWATER. Dr. Bethel S 5 A ____ _. ._n_ 15 7 22 15 JOB Johnson
contain an equal number of length because he had "
the done
luwn can be obtained very with her "plenty 2 A In NWCorofE4 of
and crosswise threads. Plain and cheaply on the farm; in fact they mother Mrs. Kate Star McMullen, Clearwater pioneer of milking back on the farm"when NE'. of SE'" W tif road 8 7 23 S Geo.. C. White \A' 4
'one of Florida's oldest Confederate Lot 14 or !\ \V'4 of SEU\ ofNE'i
twill weaves as In dinlm chambray ling.Mr. he
,
can be had for the effort it was a boy. __ T 7 22
requires .
and Mrs. Norman ----- 00 10 Oscar O t rman
twills. and will Johns, of veterans, was best man at the F.' __ ,0
coverts to dig them from the woods ;, of SEU of SWU 7 7 22 SO Ervln E Bernard '
prove most serviceable. Extremely and fields. Gainesville, were recent visitors of wedding of his greatgranddaughter GET $3,500 EACH "SEU' .. .._ 7 7 22 iso Ervln E. Bernard C
Win of. NWU of NE'4 ex
her mother
heavy fabrics should be avoided Mrs. C. Fogg. and Mrs. McMullen her great- ORLANDO. Checks totaling 2 A on N end.A ex Ry__ 8 7 22 18 Mary Johnson

because they are difficult to launder To raise healthy strong live- I Mrs. F. M. Griffin was visiting grandmother was matron of hon $27,500 are ready for distributionto NEU of SEU'! -- __un 9 7 23 40 Mr n. B. Sulllvai, 1'
and less comfortable. stock and poultry it Is necessary In Gainesville one day last week. or. The bride was Miss Franklyn families VV'" of SW'4: of NW4IO, 7 23 20 F. M. Tavlor
of victims of SWU of NWU of 7 23
tainted SWU10
Garments should carry guarantees to provide them with clean, comfortable I Mrs. Florrie McKinney and children Poppell of Largo and the bride- cancer serum that took the SIt 1 '4 of SWU ---_.__-___16 7 22 10 40 Mr Ine R.Ivey B. Pollard Sullivan' :
I
quarters. A farmer who of Starke. were visiting relatives groom was Robert Klahre, of In- lives of SIlt' of SE'.. _____________18 7 22 *0 W. O. Seal
which definite information
give eleven Central Floridans S .___ __
or visitors WU of /SEt. 17 7 22
has fine chickens would not -u. u 40 Inca Ivey Pollard 4
on color and shrinkage. To keep here recently.Mr. dian Rocks, both suburbs of Clear- recently. The funds W'of1AlctinSW'
them In a broken-down house that and Mrs. Jimmie Padgett, water. Four sets of grand parents were contributed Cor of SE U of SK4! ofsE'4
be colorfast, a fabric should not
would not protect them from cold of Georgia attended by a wealthy patron of _--_--_. 19 7 22 O. K. Prince 0
attended
the funeral the
fade when laundered repeatedly I ceremony. Franklin Institute, Philadelphia. Et of a I A lot In SW
exposed to sunlight, and wet with and weather. It Is a wellknownfact of his brother, Henry Padgett last -4> ., where the .or of SEU of SEU of
serum was manufactur-I .
I that SE'-i- 19 7 22 .
animals must have clean, I week. NEW DORMITORYGAINESVILLEPresident: w. H. Griffin
'
perspiration. Complete shrinkageis ed. Each family will receive iCon at PE Cor of Sec 19
necessary to produce garmentsfor I comfortable quarters if they are I Funeral services were held last John $2,500 cash from & run W 860 ft. N 446 ft
to develop properly and profitably. week for Henry Padgett of Pine- J. Tigert has received the donor who for a pt of ben, thence
comfort and telegrams
service.
seeks
I to make some restitution for run E 105 ft, N 105 ft,
Garments must be constructed Man, more than any other living land Ga. He was a former resident from the IIta e's senators and congressmen the tragic death wave. The Institute \V 103 ft. S 105 ft to
thing.'needti the of Graham. Services bog -. ----- -19 7 22 n. W. Swindle. r
best and most at- were informing him that the
durably to stand great strain. The I is not legally liable under Lot 1, 2 of Blk 14 -19 7 23 Mr Anna L. Care,
seams should be examined for tractive environment that can be conducted by Rev. L. G. Hemming- Public Works Administration approved the law the donors' attorney N'/i of NE'4 & of

close even stitching with strong had for Man must have \inspiration way, of Starke. Interment was a project involving $332,720 claimed here. Heads of some of NEtt NF.4 of ex NWU road ..tlW'\ of In

thread and careful finishing. Raw 'and ambition to achieve and ac in Santa Fe Cemetery, near Hamp- for the construction of a new dormitory the families expressed SE Cor -20 7 22 us Tnn hey Pollard
surprise
edges of seams will decrease comfort complish. And these things come ton. Mr. Padgett is survived by at the University of Flor- when the award was tendered to .Vly 8'of NWU SEW ex of 2 SWU A \In -SW. 20 7 22 20 Thornton John II

as well as durability. Metal largely from environment. Man his widow Mrs. Nelta Padgett, ida. The project calls for a fed- them. None had planned legal o'.f; ---_--'- --_- 20 7 Z2 78 Unknown __ ..
trimmings should be rustproofand has the ability to respond quickerand and four children, Dorothy, Lenora eral loan of $183.000 and a grantof action. NIfa of NW',. es 12 A .In SE

free from rough edges. Dur- more effectively to envlron- Norman, and Wilton; also one $149,720 he stated, and Is the ---.- rof -- _' _-__ 21 7 U 83 Inn Ivet Pollard

able buttons. securely attached met. Surely, those farmers who sister and four brothers. first of three dormitory projects FLOGGING TRIALS END AfWN\, ?.fE oHwu-S-of26 7 22 1110 A. Sullivan __ '

are needed for good service. provide their livestock with proper Miss Marie Byrd, of Tampa, which the University Is seeking BARTOW-The State of Florida Ry-13.A A NV4 \of SWU

Work' clothes can be serviceable houses will recognize the far spent several days recently with through the PWA. has dropped all charges against of SW', ._. -28 7 22 33 T. J. Perry -- 0
and more Important need of her grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie --- Nib of SE'ofSE'% ex
providing --
attractive. Good styling and -- five former Tampa policemen and Hv -. -_28 7 22 U Tydel Tarn -4'
correct fit will improve the appearance the proper environment for themselves Murrhee. ASKS FOR MERCY an Orlando grove caretaker whom SW'i' of NE'4' A 15 A on

of men In their work and their families. --.--- MACCLENNY. E. D. Chessman It had accused of kidnaping and ft W 5 side A N nf .;1Etyofn; NE'i NW

clothes Well styled color matched DROOKER charged with murder when a flogging three political workers Cor of NEK, of SE'4 *

shirts and trousers should be facturem need to give more con- :\11... Vera Gainey, Correspondent negro girl touched a wire in frontof more than two years ago. Judge In HE'4' '\NE for of-NW of 29 7 22 80 r>. F. Geiger.

selected The blues and grays are sideration. to clothing suited to the his motion picture theatre and John L. Moore approved a motionto NW. U of NEU .-89 7 23 .o W. d. Seal -n 0
best for the man with blond colorIng farmer's needs, while the farmer was electrocuted admitted he unintentionally nolle the sti. of K'i., of E>$ of .vnu'
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and prosse remaining indictments of NBU' --- -__.30 7 22 $ Unknown _
the tans and browns for the should buy garments which are family had as guests Thursday and caused the child's thus clearing the docket Cum at Il pt 35.1 ft E of On

brunettes. Designers and manu- well designed and durably made. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lewis death and threw himself on the of all charge in the flogging :NW NI4: Cor& run of S NEU 116 ft. of 1=3

and their dnli0rhtAr and ann-ln.lrttv mercy.of.the. court. Circuit Judge case which attracted wide atten 142 ft., N IIS ftV 142_

Mr. and M 8.niraTr; :-of A. Z. AdKins accepted Chessman's I tion. For two and a half years 9 rt A to Com I ncg at- .SW- -cor of-80 7 za T. M, Hasan

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Jacksonville.Mrs. plea and said he would pass sentence -' the mistreatment of three Tampa :NI'i'. of NEU\ & run N
at the next term of 'I 134 yb, E 336 'ds l S
: :Mnnv V(>nr.. F.\llf'rl..n..pIakelt: it Possible for Me to Render M. Raulerson and grandson court. men has been the subject of an 134 ycle.V 336 yds y to

KFFICIKNT.: PROMPT nml ( KTKOIS SERVICE Johnnie Jenkins, Jr., and Mrs. Chessman sold he placed chicken Involved legal battle, fought in I beg ------. -----30 7 22 9 W. H. Maxwell .,
:MODERATE PRICES A. F. Raulerson and children wire over posters outside his the- two lower courts and the State L"t o ex 1 Lot In NE Cor
20
by 40 ft & all Lota
ater and
;.MODERN! CHAPEL AT YOUR spent part of last week here with charged the wire with i. Supreme Court. Eugent F. Poul- n, 7, 8 of Blk 13 In

CONVENIENCE: WITH Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and electricity because someone had not, Sam J. Rogers and Joseph E. Hampton -___-______--_ 7 12 T. 1HagRn __
p NO CHARGE been defacing the displays. The Lot 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7 of Dlk
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey Johnnie Shoemaker were taken from the In 7 '
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ui' 8I.lTPlpOB.f-BTkV L A. St.l.a John
DeWITT C. JONES remaining for an extended visit. negro girl, passing along the street door of police headquarters at 7.

Ititr ph. 1 Starke Florida Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crosby last February, touched one of the Tampa hustled to a wooded spot Lor.V.'TsrVn.Tro-f30' 7 w. B. D.-.bt.rr '

-__ __ _____ Maht nil. l.u; : and children and C. C. Crosby, of signs and died. Chessman was In and flogged. Shoemaker died of Blk Blk 81 In Blanton Add-80 7 ,22 Unknown _____- 1
i dicted on a first degree murder 10, 11. 12, 18 In
Youkon spent Sunday here with complications growing out of his Wrights Add -_____"_ ." 7 22 7 Mildred' B.Byrl.yLot

r- friends and relatives. charge. _ injuries. NE'4.-.-"'".,of n'SE"-W'H'.-, ...&__NIV_______of_Gy. ... ."B. -u
vu lJa 1IJaxweli
D.
Malcolm Lewis who Is employed I. 1, 3. SO. Sir 22 of Air
EVERY BOTTLE UNIFORM with the State Road depart (Continued from Page Three) nlk 7. Hampton Park
NEU? of SEU Sec 31 .A
ment at Gainesville, spent the SWU of *
,. NWU WJ4 r
UNTOUCHED UNTIL week-end here with his Description T.... NWU, of SWU aY-82 7 23 .
: .
*. .. parents Sec. T R A Owner (:'o.(* NWU of NEU A--SEU---\-- Of Fred A Roe Cox

t Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis. Lot ,.1 of Blk 16. Temple. NEU _. .--_-_--34 1 22 80 Wm. H Hall ____ 341
YOU DRINK IT Mrs. Ruth Larlmore and children Addition to Slark,,._- 28 8 23 I. O. Prevatt _______u 491 SEU SWU of of- SF'} -------____._34 7 *z 40 U. P. Davis -n- --_ 0MO
Loin NWU road Aex
1. 4 6 7 8 II, II ex
.. Vesta, Warren and Phillip of Bite.ljf. 'l'empfes; Ad 1 A for school ______35 7 22 35 A. 1... Sullivan _

Larlmore, and Miss Ona Bullock, dition to Stark. _______18 6 23 Oeo. F. Scott ________ 18.34 SE' of NWI4 ex 10 A In -
of Lou 1 2, 3 of ilk 87, Tern- NE Cor & NVj of NEU
St.
Petersburg were visiting of ____________ _.
Addition to Starke 28 6 22 Mr Fronle Clemen. ._ 2.96 SW'4 33 7 21 50 A. Sullivan ____.
friends and relatives here last Lot 6. 7. I of Blk ("', Rli- All SEC" of SWU W of
week. Vesta Inca Addition to Starke.28 8 Ry ex 1 A In BE Cor A
remained for 23 .
an extended Dr. P. A. Brlnton ... 5.59
6 A In NW
, Lot S of Blk I, Wynn Cor & Com at

visit. Addition to Stark_ ___ _28 6 22 Ollle Morr _________ 5.16 SW Cor of SWU' \ of
-------. Lot. A, B. C of Blk 1, u r.\W2 A run N 320 yd*.
Wynn Addition
KILLED BY AWNING Starke __ ___. to 28 132 yd 7 21 S
8 23 Boyd Holloway ______ 6.46 25 tt. P. Pavl -
MACCLENNY. Claude R. Lot* 1. Z. 8. 4 !9, 10. It. 13 Wh of -----3 7 22 20 T. B. Trlltst --_
of Hlk J 3.: J. a. AlvaresAddition I N'n of 1

Stokes, 29, of Macclenny was kill- to Stark. .___28 6 23 Ja*. Lamb ..._________ 25.96 1-1/3
ed when an awning In front of the Lota B 6. 7. 8 of rtlk 3, J. Ry 8 23 75 u. p. Davis -
O. AlVarez Addition to S't.of NWV. of SWU! -
Macclenny Postofflce fell on him. Stark. ._. __. of NEU of 8WU A
h. 28 fl 22 L. A. dray _______ ___ 21.81
Inflicting severe head Injuries and Lot 1. 2, 3. 4. 9, 19 II t. 13 \V-% of SH. of SW% __ 3 8 2? 9& Unknown .

internal injuries which caused his Addition of Hlk 4.to J.Starke a. Alvare__ .28 6 23 Ja*. Lamb ____________ 10.73 NEU SWU Of of NEV NWU-- :::::--::: 8 4 J 23! 40 40vy.) U.. P.P. Davl Harden" n'--=- 60

death a short time afterward. Lot* C, D of Blk 24, J. M. NEU of SEU" -- -_________ t 8 ** 40 W. P. Harden .. 1.74
John Addition to I All SWU. of SW'4 W of -

Starke __H -__________28 6 22 Mr Nell H. Nollman.__ 25.26 Ry ex 10 A In SW Cor.12 23 18 Unknown ______ S
UP A ROLLS GAIN Lot 1, 8, of Blk 34 J. M. Com at SW Cor of SWU
: JACKSONVILLE. As StateWPA John Addition to of NWU\ & run E 331 ft
_ aturke ------______-_.____18 8 22 R. L. A Evelyn Kemp. 6.66 for pt of .beg being; 50
___ officials worked out plansto Lot. 2, II, 6, 7. 8 of Elk 1, ft E of Ry track thenre
__
Improve the unemployment situation City Park Sub-DIv W A E 690! ft. N 625 ft. W
C'* Addition to Starke_28 ( 22 W. B. WaUon ______ 4 50 829! ft. to a Pt 60 ft E;I of
In several sections of Flor- Lot. 7, 8, 13. 14, 16. 16. 17, Ry track. thence. SB
ida they found encouragement In 1*. 19, 20. 81. 33, IS. 24, parallel with Ry 638 ft
: HANDY Automatic machine fill s4.rllIs. reports which showed that the 35 tlUCW 3, City Park to beg -- .--___-- .____.11 8 13 11 Unknown .________ ..14
NWU of SW
b- ... C'a Addition < % ex 3 A 8
FAMILY PACKAGe eel bottles and Mal them abttgU. number of persons carried on WPA to Starke ______38 6 22 W. B. Watson ________ 12.02 of lake A 2 A In SW Cor
payrolls during the period Lot 9 10. tt, 13 of Blk 2, of MWU of NWU ___-.13 8 11 40 C. E. Miller .A C. Bay
Nothing you cat ox drink Is more I ending City Park Sub-DIv. W. Lawrence __ __ .
June 7 bad mounted to 34,558, a .* C'. Addition to E 275 ft of NH of NWU of n
I carefully prot.ct.d.Thiy Coca-Cola: Htarke _______ _______38 8E'4 ___ __ ___ __ 111 I
gain of 2,288 over the previous -- 9 II W. N. Johnson ________ 1.56 n "----- 1 11 6 Jo*. Bolt ______u
Lot 8 of Elk 8, City= Park NWU of SEU A N n A
L la the convenient 6-box from your month.FRt'JI. Sub-DIv.. W .A C1. Addition of 8WU of SEU 8M

to Stark. ______28 8 13 J. K. Niekle _________ 1.74 of NEU ex 3 A I In NK
/WL\ dealer M Exc. Lot.. 13, It. 14, 15. 18 of Cur A EH. of SEU\ ____-_14N 1 21 209 C. 'E. Miller ft: C. R*?
: 1 .. Acid cau... Blk 8. City Park Sub- Lawrence _______ 5441
I ICI-COID COCA-COLA II IVI Y PLACI lift, I you poi,..01 Stomach Dlv W. C'* Additionto <4, of SE'4nf SWU --___83 1 11 20 Allen Speed. _______ --
Starke _____-.______28 8 33 W. B. Watson ________ 4.80 IIF\voto;; NHU\ ex 4 A In
I 1tLraI IT ULON.I.IN YOUR ICI-BOX AT HOM Ulc.r., Indige.Uon. Lot. 4, B, 8. 7. 8. t. 10 ofBile A .x 754 A In
Bloating,Gas,Heartburn,Belching, 4 City Park Sub- SW Cor also 7-1/3 A In
pir, W. A C'* Additionto NE Cot of NEU
N.u.... get a frit sample of UDGA Stark. _____________38 ( 31 W. B. Watson ____n__ 6.27 sm ------__________oft< 8 11 36 Lillian M. Dodd ,..
, Coca Cola Bottling Co. and a />.. Interesting booklet at Lot 1, 3. 3. 9, 10, 11. 13. S'4 .of SEU of SWU ---II* 8 13 30 Ralph J. Caon 41
N U1. A of
13 6, City Park NW'4 of NE1.4
/ ,1 PHONE 1 CARPENTER'S b-ht.lkW. ... C'. Addition of SW\4\ ---- -- ._ ____25 1 11 6 John Davis ____ .__ ll<
t 8TARKE. FLA. to Stark.. __,__.11 < 22 W. B. Watson ___ ...., C. A. KNIGHT, Tax Collector Bradford CountY Florid"r






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1-1937 Ford "85" Standard Tudor/ M LJYOU'LL \\ ;f :::-4 FOR YOUR FAVORITE SPOT :'' "' '.! '

1-1937 Ford "60" Standard Tudor We Can Furnish You Tackle 1"\1"1'1\ 1'1 : ,," : ",< f.
HAVE FROM I'' I
1-1934 Ford DeLuxe Coupe roil THOSE: \viio STAY IIOMC: 'I'I'll! ".,! ,, jf I! I;',;': \""

1--1935 Ford DeLuxe Tudor Touring SATURDAY AFTERNOON\ BEST LAWN HAUL'S; <))0C I I, t k I,;:!' .
TO TUESDAY A. M. .
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1-1934 Chevrolet Pickup 21 "F. HU1HOO: PECAN POLES :3c; ''j 1'1 ""f.. ," I
WEEn CITTTKKS! (Swingers/: ) 75c. to $1.256IN.AND7IN.IIOES -i: ,:' !,:--d.
I = : (MC to $t.no i t
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BRADFORD HARDWARE CO.


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REFRESH I I I :' 'I'j, I };/ j
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': REAL ICE !II ; :
YOURSELF ENJOY YOUR TRIP i I / :i
!I BUT REMEMBER ? I STANDARD Is Healthful and Safe Ii .,1,! j I :!

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J. $

i!, :More accidents occur on the Fourth I I GAS AND OIL ;! J. J j1 rV. j
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s of July than any other day in the : ;
year. Of course, you can't stay I I) ,.",I .,:i. J9'it', ,
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home all the time just to keep from NO lJATTEUIIEUE YOU .0 t ; ;'\\1 t '
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having an automobile accident but ON TilE 1TH OF JULY YOU '
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: you can protect yourself and your WILL GET THERE QUICKER, y I ': i'!,
loved ones by taking out an inex- III, : t ,'J
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SAFER AND
MORE ECONOMICALLY _
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pensive Accident Policy. See us I : : ,
I <,'.I\ WITH STANDARD I I ;j 1 .. t
\ today so you can enjoy your 4th of r f ;
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i'.' I July trip with peace of mind. OIL PRODUCTS :-: :-: : : I''' I ; I k'
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WITH COLD DRINKS AND I ,, We hate a 21-Ilaur AccidentPolicy. DRIVE UP> AND FILL UP AT 1 tf :i : 'I ,J!
GOOD; EATS AT KITTY'S4th ;
;: $5,000 Protection ANY STANDARD STATION I I 11+ ti .: .1:,
: of July SpecialsBEER for 25c I" ,!
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'" AND SANDWICHES i j I TAKE REAL ICE ";, ,
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OF ALL KINDSKITTY'S PLENTY OF TIME .I With You On Your ) \ 'j!
ii,: i Johns & Wainwright K. G.: DUNCAN i Week-end Trips : .' 17 'I l'

TO GO PLACES : .1
PLACE I Phone 13 Starke, Fla. Distributor I STARKE ICE CO. 't ,
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AND DO THINGS--- l I 1. 'I!; ,

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i You Can't Get By Another r S. R. JOHNS & SONS From Saturday 'Til .. :,
N 0 Year With Your Old Suit MAKE THIS Phone 45 : Tuesday 1 ," '" 1i t)I' 1" ,'"

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H I Is A Long TimeWe'll ; ""i :

,I I'' Novv's the time to 4thj Free Delivery I : \r ,I
Uc( Closed All Day Monday I
I, ) break down and buy a : Near SAL Depot so jou'd better come: in ,t .; ,
j i complete new outfit of I NOW for a little personal at I Itcn
i AND SANE Hon. l:
,I Sportswear. You owe SAFE y'i i
CARNATION. PET. SILVER COW

If it to yourself to look i: I, MILK 4 large _.__. 25c 3 FRIENDS 1t1\ /' ; '
I your best over the Realizing that many nations I

, Fourth of July. II are at war killing MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE BARBER SHOP J: :;' ::!
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,i I I thousands and injuring I Lb. ._ ___.. 25c I, I I''"' I
Ii!: ALEXANDER & CO. ''i millions and realizing that ,I "I I i ::1'(!, :'

accidents and fatalities in 'l .ii:! i
i JELLO package _' 5c : I
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ii America take a greater toll SO REFRESHING ';/ (i 'I
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iiII' I than we have ever lost in FRIERS Lb 21 c :

II'II'I', I c-: '.. -, -. ,_-_ .... -.-"'..-. ".,.,.'-- 0>"" ._'. ...'- ... ., ''I I any war let us be thankful FANCY HENS. Lb. 20c I WHEN YOU GET I 1 ;, ,
that I live in Americaand
MANILA FILE FOLDERS I we I II I : ,; J
HOME FROM WORK
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Ii I ''I enjoy this 4th in a safe I I ji r rI
BANANAS 5 Lbs., 15c \
$130 l j and sane manner. : i I' '

,ICI II! \ I ARRANGE i iII I ELBERTA PEACHES.FRESH Lb. __ ._ 5c I I'I'p p I ,: CI

ICIH I: \ \ _fI' YOUR DAY SO THAT 3 FOR I I Ir

I H I, II TOILET TISSUE__ I lOc r III' I
I"I \ YOU WILL ENJOY I !I' ,',,J Jr
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I'I'A:"',1 THE 4TH OCTAGON 6 FOR )
TABS \

i;,,1! BLANK OR PRINTED _ AND BE ALIVE ON TOILET SOAP __ ._ 25c : 'I : I Ie

! THEY STAND THE WEAR! ..I'I I
" THE 5THREMEMBER Choice Cuts of Western ::II _._ ,.J I
, Manila I .t
Accurately made of clear smooth sturdy I
I"I; stock that will give long wear. Mad on automatic Beef. Also Veal and When you gel home from( work .. I "H. I 1,
machines which insure uniform cutting and THE! HANDY when the children arrive (for lunch .
"it II tabbing. Single and double top styles. Lamb at Popular Prices FAMILY PACKAGE! ..wk.ath.r..amom.atlath.routlo. q j). ,
I LETTER, SIZE: That Every Car On The of household duHe; or when friend ;, "
LIST_PRICE Road Will Be Carrying SUGAR CURED drop In to vUit.Thaw ere Ume to enjoy ""t
;:.h N.. "eIv' Cut I 100 1,000 HAMS. Lb. _ 25c 8 UiepauM that iffttmhot with icecoldCocaCola. I 1 ';
Loved Ones t i U:
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Buy Cocs-Col.in the convenient : I ,
1.58 12.75 ,
loa La Mdlum Half.pri ted leba KERR QTFRUIT I, .
150 DM_ H.l Strdgkt.d0yble! to'J, 9 18.00 JARS __ 80cTENDER ICI-COLO COCA-COLA IS IVIIY MAC ItSI, ''I .' I I',' \
BRING THEM BACK aoz AT MOMl I -: l :: J
I IT MIONOS IN_ YOUR Icl- ,II

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rAGE EIGHT 'BRAUFGItl__'-_ '__ ) COUNTY TELf.. -: U.\rll.. STA1UUS! ,. .FLORIDA. -.-- ,

( hiini wild d.'f.-iidnnt., IT is' I nld In t tlio hlvlH-Hl, bidder for cash Intt 20 A-" _. '
ft.. ALDERMAN DIES Revival ServicesRevlvtil Kl). that' the d..r\l.l"I"nl.\ onnrnn-I mi pi'",vl Bradford llnttli-H, IIPIJI 'ar lo the hill J itiT!,:' iK'tB of th t ,' litl, ..liiluri ui)"n toy.rtlfh."t... .'01.'., 1 ,
County TelegraphEstablished srvlc au being held of AiiitiiHt, >tin. r..II..IIIM| di-i ni.cd n-.il' relate I." u.'I'' unp" l lea "
t day
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nt the Clayhlll Church of Ood and A. 11. 10..:'",'I.d':; "'IM u Uwcree; : Pro I n ilir (1,11111). ,.' Itiaillurd, Stale of .1 ,I"N 111! .7 I.,. I I'I I '1
1S77 the funeral rill buslneuti,, houses and July 4. On Ciinft.MMo. u ill In- "I1'or..d' iiRalnHt ("I 1..' Ida tii-wit: ItllloUlltllllcMi I.. ,'"
will! contlMio through ,
her, foi fiillnie t'I'< | i ; that IhlMmder I i ('''nI. "l H\V fur "f Cull Ar.ruuclvny id tax "-nlh.. .
i-fflcea In town were cloned. the Fourth an all day service with. In- |publish| | ,*t"III"'r each Week : HIM & Run W mi Call mltnxvs Mbbaequ' ul' '" ft
Mr. Alderman la survived by his dinner on the grounds will be held, for; four:: vunecutlve weeks In the I HI" HI' ft, S 105 ft, M. 114 ft, willhhlrter I", .I<, Al
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered a.i Second Class, widow Mrs Dora Alderman four to' ey."J. K. Killings- Hratlford." (.'o unly 'Tulcuruph. a neWHrmper N 10 ft. to Hew., lit Sturke ton II i. ,Y
according of general circulation pub- : .<' :28 Tp.. A M. II 22 E. o.itIL'k. III- I I. ,
Matter at the Tost Office at Starke Florida daughters: Mrs. E. R. Marshburn worth. ,llHlieil In liradford, County, Florida.WIT.NF.Htt I I'The 'taxes to In- Mold are CV ldencul. 111!law:. 1,1''IlOHthli ".I I ,
und Mrs. George C. White of Tallahassee t1. iny hand and: official I I h)' .eilltkulti, NI.H HW and 1Z&0 of r'isted Lb
seal r>f thin xald court, this iDth day li! .::2 ,told I f'.ia: roHiiei-tlvely" .and represent 1938.
K. L. Matthews----- ______Editor and Owner ; Mrs. L. A. Canova and BirthsMr. of June A. I). 1938. unpaid tuxri- for the year (OFFrV/Ap kmAL, i
Mrs. S. P. Vandlvere of Starke; (01'FICIA1. yEAI) 19M in HIXM I!I liolh Ini-IUDlve, amount- A. ,. THOMM' : !
-- --. ,.-- two sons: T. J. Alderman of and Mra. Henry C. Wainwright A. J. THOMAS. .IIR tn tlOS.16.ALSO Clerk of ell| UrOrudfotd
Cl Circuit J Court of SKi/ of NEVI sea .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE / Starke: O. C. Alderman, of Baltimore Lawtey. girl. June 28. .. t ,:J'rordf fonnty, Floridawt If Tp. e a. It. i'a :u.t, nontnln- 7-1-81-7.. 'ounr r 0ll
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Moaetey FRANK 1.ANOKITM; ---
Md. Mrs. Jane -
sister ---- -
one --
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance ; v A.tty for Plaintiff. .
Roberts, of Trenton; and thirteengrandchildren. Lawtey boy, June 22. "?.I-5t-T-Te .
Advertising Rates on Application _
About 40,000 separate muscles MOTICH OF BALM. OF ')'.*JIt
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Interment was In the family plotIn ealTIFICA'rre
comprise an elephant's trunk (
GET; HEADY FOR A HIT OF TEAK-JERKING Crosby Cemetery, with DeWitt NOTICE! Jrt HliltKHV alVEN that l
Annie Hemingway has filedwith II IIJllrN. 'Y 1
C. Jones In of
charge arrange-
Indications are that! the defenders of Franklin Pierce Mc- 'IIOTIt'Jo vested OF BI.KCTIO In them theBoard me written request that the
ments. fly power ,tax, certificates together with all ''
Call will run the gamut of emotionalism in a desperate at- Active pallbearers were: A. H. nf Public hereby Instruction l calls for an inlmuciuent omllted or levied taxes
Itradfiird County
held by 'the State be advertised and
tempt to save him from the electric chair where he has been Johns. P. M. Barefoot C. A. clam Inn In llnukarnln.' ,, Huh. $' ehmdDIetl'tet Sub
Flitch, J. M. Brownlee, R. J. Davie _No. 17mid Htarlce. 1
sentenced to pay with his life for the kidnap-murder of Skee- School District Nn. 1. to be held 1< and O. VV. White. Honorary: July 2fl, 111311'' In the- Boatdraln ,
gie Cash. W. L. Wall, A. M. Darby L. C. :Nehenldonee and) In the (Itv Hall V .

That normal, wholesome, trood-old-average: portion of the Powell, J. K. MoInes and J. W. In Die,
Townsend, of Lake Butler; George .Mandate will tlt'\I'k.' nistrlcl No.'I .
public that forms the backbone (fortunately) of the nation i 'i? elect thn-e, lrMteeN' and IHtm -
A Gardiner, N. D. Walnwrlght, S.
and to whom such a spectacle: is positively revolting will have A. Weldon, A. E. Wall, Hugh E. hw'mine.inHeHHftil' the, HBiiliir't ntnoiini' snlil nf ronsolldivtillMtrlcl mlllasre to- SPANISH TRAIL

to dig itself in and for Williams and L. M. of ,,1 for lie eiiHulnn two
prepare column after column of sob- Ausley. ,. ..-rv 'the nianu, "-" fur HiiUI ulni1- I
sister stuff about what a 'Vor boy Franklin was," how he Tall h"Hsee.; L. C. Ray; O. L. lion will bet _
l1easle;)', J. I.'. Klckllter. A. Z. HKATnlJATN';
had never been in trouble before, and how he must have kid- AdhlBB, E. S. Matthews T. J, A ":"..rtni.'P /I*omscin'JjeBuiiKfiie INNr'THWtSD1Y l [

iniped Skeogie Cash in a "moment of insanity." I r filffln, J. H. Scarborough and A. ... : OrlfflHftiini '
,, F.rwls ,
C Strlrklund, and A. D. Zafcharlns .I .
But no matter what the public sees or hears it will do !' .1'r\1--!: : :: NK3IIT
uf Lake Butler; C. F. Hoover, D, H. A. SrottArtnnt '. : .* I
well to remember that it's' sl(' an "act." A good act no doubt ; E Knight S. R. Johns. R. A. C!'. <." ,'
10 .d. :-:nlll\ :ill
a well -rehearsed, one coldly calculated! to play on the sympathies -i Green C. A. Knight E. W. IInyes'l "tlrnlinm Boyit. June 30
A J. Thomas E. K. 1-1-41-7-22.. ,
of i
a naturally warm-hearted! public so that its eyes will _
A, Andrnu, .1. L. Peek, A. J. Grif- -""TU'Jo1: itv \ri"i U"'I'II 12 Miles from Jacksonvilleon
Le dimmed with tears and its throat choked | .
so with emotion fls. Dr. M. B. Herlong and F. A. 'UI& -i ,x UKKII
..,,.,.... "'Uo.. tint. :
(
that will/
it
stammer out forgiveness for a man who has no :Scott.: :V.)TICPI IS HRRKMV'' OtVKV.:: Tlint Road 90, Near Baldwin
right to expect it. Among the out-of-town persona I' "rrv N,' -"oin. h"U1"i. of Tax .
Numbs il ""P"I'tl\"ly.
We are glad to see from a poll)) taken this week that citizens i attending the funeral were: HughAMcrmun' I/ of 1137 .U".,iMl.. MiirilHf 7, I 111\1!" \ trat.et5P
Mice| Louise Marshburn 7, 1Ia1 9
,
1",1| I '18 of R'I'J Ifxiiod August sat to qhl+
of this county are pretty well agreed that the law should MrLots Alderman Mrs. Sue till haw filed ("HIIKI"' ,, ""'" office. Ada to e a
and nun made apnllcml" for tax
be allowed to run its course, and those who break the law I Mahorner, all of Jacksonville; Mr. I deed to he Issued! thereon.. Said I
and Mrs. George C. White, Frances rtlfli'nte respectively embracesthe !
should pay the penalty. We do not feel that they are blood White, Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and following. dmcrllied of Bradford propertleH State Specializing In .o: h,,e tb $a4'o
In the County ,
thirsty and hardened men and women who believe that Ale- children, Edward, Betty and Mona of Florida, to-wlt reface Yo
Call should the extreme Claire Marshburn, Hugh E. Williams I t/14 of Certificate No. 837 embraces !! 1/ d)
pay penalty. Most of them do not Lot For v-one 1 In Woort- drat Cord pU Andes i l
L. M. Ausley, all of Tallahassee 6 ,4
lawn Section sn Township
even believe in capital punishment .and would be willing to see I ; Leslie Futch of St. Peters- !South Range tl Riwt, contain- Chicken{ Dinners .t blotprieed tM

McCall sentenced to life imprisonment if they felt sure he I burg; A. A. Futch and T. G. Futch, 111M'1/18 10 of Acres Certificate more No.or It.AM.839. embrace 'l POCKE00prNE

would be kept in prison for life and not pardoned out after of Leesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lot Forty In Woodlawnsection 1

the bitterness of his crime had worn away in six or seven j I[ Uarehburn, of DeFunlak Springs; Itnnne ,S2Kiit SO Township, containing B South 10 Steak DinnersWINE 4,40.4//
I Mrs. Jane Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. :inn, more dt' Tess. Ge 3 19I
Lee Roberts Tho asseMsiivat nf the said property -
Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
years.Florida ,\ undertlfot Bald Certlflcntej''I COODYEAR
newspapers also are almost unanimous in their I via Roberts, all of Trenton; Mr.!,! No. 8ST: WR" 'III the name. of t'nI I BEER SOFT I GOODYEAR
demand for the death and Mrs. Carl Roberts, of Palate |I' known and the, RHKpHsinent, of the, G-3 "R1"Want
sentence for McCall.\ The Palatka) 'said property under 1/tH of "said |
I ka: Mr. and Mrs. F A, Canova. ('ertiricate No. 83' was In the nnme, DRINKS MUSIC real Goodyear 16.00
Daily News said in ALL-WEATHER ,
part : ,6
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova Mrs.l I of 1'nltnown. f |
1 Itnloss snld certlfIrntes( shall, beriideemed quality at V,
"With the facts quite definitely established, there is no; Martha Wood all of ; HrcordlnK to law, the The new 1938 edition thrift price*? Then I11120
justification for Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Malnea, 'prunertleM denrrlhed therein. will bo Ka. been improved get the sensational
delaying the death .
sentence and allowing Annie Mae Lee, Mr. and 'Mrs.I, Hold 1 to the hlKhest bidder at thecoiirthoiiBB for greateraiety R-1 for plus senicet

sticky sentimentality to cloud the issue. Franklin may have !i I T. McGill, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. In the door Month on i of the AuwilBt Firm! S1o,1d'tv lEI ,longer wear, every-Jay pric.,..

been a good boy, but so was little Skeegie Cash. If anyone [ ncharlas. Misses Beatrice and El- n 1 ;IfllR,. In the 1st. day,; of August, A. We Cater To Our Many Rvor* mileage I From $6.4O GUARANTEE E

can arouse a spark of sympathy for the criminal, he must Zacharlaa Misses Beatrice and ElMra. Dated. this 28th.. day of June. A. .
George Coleman, all of Lake n. IO.IHOFFJCIAT. Bradford -
t have a very queer sense of values indeed. ) Butler; Mrs. Matilda Loadholtz, ( A. ..J.FlEA THOMAS) County

"The importance of the issue does not so much involve Shelton Loadholtz, of Seville; G ('''.rk of Circuit Court of Friends SPECIALS

Franklin Pierce McCall nor his victim as it does the thousands C. Alderman, of Baltimore, Md. i| 7-1-51-7-29.Bradford: County Florida.

of potential McCalls. A speedy execution will do more to prevent -'i ----.-- '-- I i rv 1 nitci'IT rnt'KT. iv A\-n FOR t Qualify Sponges. ,19C Up
Freeman Wilson a".*''KOHI) HIMTY, FLOR-
a recurrence of a similar crime than anything else. The' l I..\. I'll ('H"\I'F.RY.! GOODYEAR Top Grade Chamois .41$ Upi |

leisurely pace of American justice is one of the greatest in-I| Wilson.Funeral 22,services former for resident Freeman of! STATK'IN THIS OF NAMK FLORIDA OF THE: i V BATTERIES Polishing Cloth_._.. from 15(1

centivea to crime yet devised. The longer a case i 19 delayedthe I, Starke were held at the graveside -I! that It appearing certain c,"Ne! affidavit In Circuit filed c.ourt.1 In ) CHAS. BURTON I C SPARK P Auto Polish, 6 ox.._.._... .27
greater the opportunity of escaping the penalty. Wit In Hickory Grove Church near,I I H""dror", entitled County,Clarence Florida In chan-I. JOHNNIE: TORREULLA LUGS' Polishing Wax ..__.. .39c
I very ** :::::
Green Cove Springs on Saturday, ; V UGHT BULBS
nesses disappear, the public forgets, and ingenious pleas sway PlnlnHff, va. OVIary Belle Touch-Up Enamel .. 45t
:' June 18. He was killed two weeks Defendant and the: relief prayed
sentimental juries. Frequently entirely different verdicts ago In an automobile accident on for belnc ID a resident dlvouia.. of; That a State the or defendant County -- Operators I V FLASHLIGHTS e Top Dressing.2' pt. .40f j

would be forthcoming were the case tried when the details the Jnckaonvllle, Beach road. unknown to the plaintiff, and V SEAT COVERS Paint Brushes......... from 10< !
1 that there In no person In the Stateof
Young Wilson moved from here I .. .
stood in bold relief instead of shadowy fragments of the In 1926 with his parents, Mr. and Florida service whom would of personal pemonully pro- .. :':','_ :., -:'<.:'11' :_- !II'-.rii..i.i. i r<<
(' offence." CHHM upon .. .. I
I Mrs E. L. Wilson, to Green Cove

The'State Pardon Board has a great l'eqponsibility-one Springs, where they have made BOREE FUNERAL HOME

that is made no easier to bear in a case like this where the their home ever since. Situ tin) uCaskets & I'ndertukrm Supplies REGISTER MOTOR CO.
Besides his he Is
parents survived -
members are torn between emotion and a sense of duty. But by four brothers Horace, l5tisLL.INCE SEltl'll'a> 1
U.\\ A.N>. MtifTI'" I'IIONE 103
where will a measure of the responsibility lie if Franklin o: Bronson; Ira, of Starke; and I 53 PHONE 53

Pierce McCall is spared and another Florida baby becomes:! the Leroy and Luther, of Green Cove I G. H. KtJ' :o.I1'T.Ilr.! : Starke, Florida
Springs; and two sisters, Mrs. S. ".\ HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" I
victim of
a kidnap-murderer? ': E. Sparks of Staike and Mrs. K. ......."' _..10. ___ io r- -
OIT'S ,, C. Bounds, of Jacksonville. -- -

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JUST A MATTER OF TIME I,

The business outlook for the future, which has been none Revival ServicesThe

too encouraging recently, brightened: considerably:' last week;: new Congregational Methodist -
Church will hold! a aeries of
following a dramatic upsurge! in stock and bond prices. The levivnl services at Pleasant Hope

rise in security values strongly' indicates that business recovery Church three miles north of I

will begin by late summer or early fall according; to experienced Starke beginning Sunday! and continuing WHAT A LOVELY KITCHEW.NELL... ITS A 6A3 STOVE ? HOW DO II

observers. for one week. On the sec- I OUT HERE IN THE COUNTRYTOO..WHY YOUR YOU GET GAS WAY OUT HERE ? CAN YOU COOK A
ond Sunday dinner! will be served'
Stock prices usually rise several months before improvement the STOVE LOOKS MORE MODERN THAN MINE n
on grounds.i RIGHT THERE! SEE MEAL FOR 3 CENTS?

appears in retail sales' factory output and employment. ) I OF COURSE! > THERE ARC TWO TANKS

Investors pour millions of dollars into securities almost overnight :i China Grove Church ITS THE LATEST SO ONE IS ALWAYS You can when you adopt

once their confidence in the future is restored. Simul- '' A new schedule of a MAGIC CHEF {: t* .I IN RESERVE country-cooking style,
the China Crove Baptist Church I
taneously, of course, people the country over begin to buy will go Into effect Sunday "pYROfAX'GA56F when you cook the Magic

more of the things they need to enjoy living-homes, automobiles lows: Sunday School 2:30: P. M.; COOK AT Chef way with real "PYRO
main service, 3:30: P. M. The pastor \ \ THIS HIGH .. mod
clothes, movie tickets, college educations pianos, % FAX" Gas on a beautiful
.
Goo J. Schlosg, will speak on SPEED OVEN ANDSMOKCLESS.SWING r
golf clubs and vacations.!' !
"The Second Coming of Christ." I ern stove

Acquisitions such as!' these usually take time, however, .- _,- -- OUT BROILER f For the small charge of

whereas a man can buy in an hour as many stocks and bonds F'7 5 $9.75 you can have"PYROFAX"Gas

as he has money to invest. That is one reason why a rise in FREE ., r regulating equipment. in-

stock prices usually precedes by several months any real up- stalled. Any Magic Chef

turn in general business.A "PYROFAX" Gas rang you
-
o ROYAL CROWN I KNOW GAS IS BEST FOR COOKING ] OKAY, choose may be bought on con

DROP IN OUR ESTIMATIONWe BUT DON( YOU FIND *l YWrA)<"GAS EXPeNSIVE? WELL..TOM.YOU WIM DARLING.venient! payments.Decide: .

have always held a very high opinion of William M I NOW I'LL MOVE TO THE LOVE YOU'LL IT I now that life i is toO

Allen White, not because we have read so much of his writ- 1 HEAVENS NOiSAVING COUNTRY..IF YOU'LL GET short for dust,ashes kindling,

ings, but because .he has established-the reputation of being I II i) ITS USMONEY. ( ) 'pyROFAX'GAS t i wicks and soot! Send in the

the dean of country newspaper editors, making his EmporiaKan. I \ IT ONLY coupon and find out all about

( .) Gazette a force to be reckoned with in the formationof COLA COSTSME30R4 fast, convenient, economical
CENTS TO COOK A .
P'1 with"PYROPAI"Gas.8lGFAMILYPINNER
cooking
public opinion in this country. !! (

However, our opinion of Mr. White was not strengthenedby ,

a narrow and bigoted editorial that came from his pen re- Tted Pprored '
the
:6 Clip Coupon
cently when he wrote that Florida is a "hillbilly booby hatch" :: ,
,
Good I;
with the exception of the rich tourists in our cities. % Bureau housekeeping i: NOW/

Mr White, an anti-New Dealer of the first water was

attempting to take from the Administration any credit for .", -------.,------

the victory of Senator Claude Pepper here in the spring pri- PRESENT! THIS SUP II I I

maries. Iris exact words were: "Florida boasts that it has TO YOUR PYROFAXI I

no income tax and no inheritance tax. It stands low down in SOFT DRINK DEALER .
FOR A FREE: BOTTLE OF : ---- ---- -
i the scale of illiteracy. It has prided itself that it was a rich' ROYAL CROWN COLA TradeMarkDEPENDABLE I I would lika to know bow Ilctl

l man's harbor and outside of the tourist rich in the cities, it it would COM me to cook with

is a hillbilly booby hatch." GAS SERVICE j "naouzGuaDd bow nadi
> '011 will sllow for old,""e.
) me
Could it be that Mr. White has been vastly over-rated all NE-HI BOTTLING COOKS-HEATS W.TEltI.Kf.S: H'E-IN HOMES BEYOND: THE: OAS .lt.llN.4: I N__ my -

these years? The public cannot be blamed for greatly discounting I -

the opinions of a man who makes such absurd COMPANY See QUIGLEY & DAVIS ; Add

;, statements about conditions with which he is obviously O.\lNES\'ILI., FL.\ DEALER FOR ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC LAB.. \VILLISTON. FI"I I

, unacquainted. .






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