Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02705
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f 1 It has always E. L. Matthews: Editor and Owner
1f_ should hear both .id. Coethe ,
been the generalasumptlon ; Established 1871 ; we _

I that a !

a I (!t t'I 10 man would have I VOLUME SIXTYONEBradford STARKE, FLOIUD.-\o FlUD.n'. JCLY 7. 1939 NUl\IBItJt. TIURTY.8IX

o fall mighty
It.1 !'
before gOing
BO far as to steal --

J I I Church.property from That a! County's Greatest Celebration

I being unknown the parties case, i!, At Market .

depths wallowed of In degre-the Enjoyed By More Than 3,000

q' ,
r 4 f datton recen 11 -
,. + when they stole Success of E.'ent Surpassed fondest ,
!* Delco light plants SCHOOL AGE RULING STATE Hopes of Business Men' -Farmers ;
from two Bradford -
i j CHANGEDParents
,. County'', Happy and AppreciativeFor \

I churches Level, and-- Pine Cor \ OPENING advised this o/week school of children a new were law, OFFICIALS the first time since horse and buggy days, all Bradford .

t inth. In spite ofefforts becoming effective July 1. which County rubbed elbows Tuesday at a rip-snortin', old-

i' ) dlllCe n t rescinds former action of the fashioned Fourth of July' celebration. It was there with all .t
; ___ j the sheriffs of- POSTPONED School Board stating that beginners ATTEND the familiar trappings: the greasy pole, and the greasy pig; (

fice here has must be six years of age by huge barrels of ice-cold lemonade, and highly-spiced barbe. !

been unable t o the opening date of school In orderto cued beef; the old-time fiddlers' contest, and the climax of

c' uncover an ywhereabouts clue I enter the first grade. Mayo Rhodes and fireworks: the hilarious sack races! and the carefree square I
Hoard Yields To Pleasof ,
of the missing equipment. The new law, with which the dance. Nothing was lacking to make this Fourth of July

the Pine Level plant was missing was made when I I Interested I Bradford County Board will comply 'Wilson Address the undisputed champion of all Independence Day celebrations
very that of recent series I Iier provides that a child can en- i
the church on the eve a Mothers CroirrfA e\er held in Bradford County.
came to clean up not discovered until I II ter school If he Is five years and Around ten o'clock' In toe morning -
theft at Corinth was 1
vlval Tier. The believed they were both made the same Yielding to the request and petition nine months of age at the begin- dignified air of officialdom vehicles of all descriptions, w',
but it is \ ning of the school term or at any WINNERSIN from the shiniest to the most I
,1 I
estimated at around $235. of a group of Starke mothers, celebration
Is was added to the -
The cost of each plant time during the fjrst month of the CONTESTSWinners delapldated, began pouring Into
lured here are W. E. Hall, pastor of the Pine Level Church, and the School Board, at Its meetinghere school year. t by the presence! of three men the paved, area surrounding the

Lewis, a prominent deacon. Mr. Hall is pointing to where the Monday, rescinded :a former However, the law states that: high up in public affairs of Flor of cash prises in the State Farmers' Market here until ;,

housed in a small building on the church grounds. action setting the opening date of "If any child is not so enrolled in ida. They were Commissioner of various events at the Farm Mar.ketFourth at two o'clock, when the barbecuewas :

was the first grade during the first celebrationhere nerved, more than 3,000 "
13 H. S. for August 7. It was Agriculture, Nathan Mayo Commissioner of July
month of the school year, he shall Tuesday were: merrymakers swarmed the platform g
announced that the 1939-40 term ) L. M. Rhodes of the : +
be admitted'until the begin It definitely -
not Greasy pole-Raymond Kellum and grounds. was
Fewer Words would begin on the usual date-- ning of the following:. school. year." State Marketing Bureau, and William and A. C. Sumner. a holiday crowd In holiday ,' I

I the first Monday In Stptember. -- -- ( L. Wilson" Director of Suitefarmers' Gleaned pig-J. R. Strickland spirit With the hard work or a 1 ,

_ _. After hearing complaints of the [ Markets of Grahnm. His prize wan theprivilege long harvesting season just ended, ?
SHIPPERS delegation of ladies Dr. W. E. 600 KILLED Bradford County farmers were In
,(1RO'EItSND I All three officials ni'rived earlyIn of keeping the pig.
ICE LAWTEY loading platform at Middlemen made a motion that the the mood for U bit of fun and
Interested In building a truck the afternoon and made brief, A. A Durden had charge of
Ml persons the Council of the City opening date be postponed! It was frolic anti, thank to the generosity -
meeting of DURING but vital speeches which added a
'attend a these events.
fy are requested to I seconded by Chairman E. J Lewis of local business men, they
wtey Friday night, July 7, at 8 o'clock. and carried In spite of strong op serious note to what would otherwise Hoy's bicycle race (ages up to knew where to find It, '

'1 position front J. H. Moore, third have been a completely ftlvll- ten yeutsj, ) .1st, Lyle Anderson, Starling with the traditional ,,
FOURTH OF JULY HOLIDAYS ous day To farmers who crowded 3rd ry
A1i11)iSO Anderson
R' board. 2nd, John ; ',
of member of the events
on in the vicinity greasy pole at 11 ,
celebrations them
around as they spoke on
gigantic Krllum.: ,
two mond t'4
spite of law-enforcement officers report a day without I> DiMlddleton suggested that ..he market platform, these men followed in rapid nuccesslon, as nscheduled ,
;e Tuesday, all time prior to the I Boys' bicycle race (ages from throughout the day. ?
and fighting next ,
few drunks, no year predicted a bright future for the
serious trouble. There .were very accidents marred the day in this j jly 1 1I|, opening date, all patrons of the This County Escapes enterprise In Bradford County. 11 up)Ilet, Loo Starling; 2nd Peak of Interest, of course, centered -

utting scrapes. No highway I school should be notified and a Without Single Introduced to the Julian McRae; 3rd, Dick Lee. In the barbecue dinner of t

eitherTERN "" I vote be taken In the matter so Fatality crowd They were Circuit Judge A. Z Ad- Girls' bicycle rllce--18t. loo meat, cole slaw, pickles bread, and i

CHANGES HANDS that the majority might rule. by Thomas, Waldo. ; 2nd, Ida Lee Sll- coffee or lemonade, which, thanksto

AUTO STORK Callahan, I kins.Also cox; 3rd, Ruth Simpson the remarkable organization of
dealer at Board members had hopedthat escaped
automobile The Bradford County i
St John, for 20 years an Although present and making a short of
cent S. These events were In charge a of helpers, was served to
management and ownership of the Western Auto setting the opening date up without a single fatality,, talk was Jim McGee, manager of corps souls In : v'
Williams. than 3,000 hungry
K.: L.
ay late Store here. He succeeds R. J, Davis, proprietor of the I! to August might help to remedy a many other sections of the country the highly successful Plant City Three-legged race Anthonytaker more less than 43: minutes
Johns and family financial hazard caused by many were not so fortunate, and a
St. in
Mr. said to be the largest
market, .
KM since Its Institution two years ago. I Ltudenta dropping out of school In total of more than 600 lives were ( and William Baker.Hoys' The food consumed Included 2,- f
Street. .
Nona the United Crews.Olrla'
DeWitt C. Jones home on sack raceAlvln of
the of beef, 250 loaves
iccupylng the spring to pick strawberries. lost In the United States during 060 pounds
I Managers of five other successful sack race--Minnie A. God. half of cole a '
TRAFFIC TillS WAY State funds are disbursed to county the long Fourth Of July holiday, bread, a barrel and a

OtB THROWS and restaurants will benefit during the nextr I school systems on the basis of which began for many people on Florida markets were also win. In charge of, slaw, four barrels of lemonade, \I;

rke filling stations Road 13 because of theg per-day attendance of pupils. Each Saturday and did not end until visitors duping| the day. They These laces were and 25: gallons of coffee :\ \
months from additional on 1 I L. D, Vlnlng. rt
three Baldwin and Lake City, for day's absence decreases the Tuesday night.Automobiles. were: White of Palatka, Bates ofI'ompuno of Lawtey won Rain, which seems to be an Inevitable \
between i dwln; Starling
of State Road No.1. j received from the state feature of all Fourth of
claimedthe I ,
Jacksonville amount as'usual, Me.f
the distance from Marsh of Bushnell, first in the harmonica con- 't.,:
in. This official detour increases | during the succeeding. year. It !Is greatest number of lives: ac /,-,.._ I//.hila.._ .. ..., And Michael of- .test, anti M, n. Boles of :YSanford. \, July celebrations, came- but .failed. I ,
ike City by 20 miles.HOLIDAY estimated that Bradford schoolswill counting for 277 of the total fatal ""ua UL w ( the fiddling;; content to dampen tplriu, for while it tellthe

I lose from two to three thous- ities. There were 183 drownlngs, won Orange Grove String Hand,
Nl' .\ officII bus1/t I here on theh. ind dollars next year because of trains killed 2"91tAere'! were 3tt famed uuulCHl aggregation from 'IV''"
land /
rages and.filling! automobiles; stations shuttling did a back and forth .between, c lebrll- absences during the past spring fatal shootings; eight airplane 'GAVEL CHANGES HANDS radio station WltUF in Gaines \, ,I

With miscellaneous' accidents vlllp, played toe-tickling tunes that
Market almost a steady --- --- -- ---- deaths; ami 70
. at Klngsley: Lake and the Farmers' Fireworks! once a grent refused to let the blues set In. \ ;

Jim ot gasoline poured through pumps all day long.least One once operator every 8,000 SEERODEO I source of danger, caused only Throughout the day, Boy Scouts ,

\' Conway said; "We should have a Fourth at four deaths. The total number 7zwe.a I of Troop 70, under the direction ;j :
I ;
waR 612 as compared with S17 of Scoutmaster Frank Robinson
Witnessed by n crowd estimatedat ,during the thiee-day. holiday last >f fI fa fa did amazingly efficient work in t".
H :
been cured out byLd from eight to ten thousand, year. keeping traffic moving freely In ,
UthlrcU will have
of Bradford's tobacco crop leaf, Bradford the wild west rodeo sponsored by Texas led the death list wllh 4l'' and out of the market ground 1,

of this week. With 750 acres of the fragrant the 25th. the Boree Bros at Kingsley Beach followed by California with 39 The steady flow of automobilesthat Il

Jers are anxiously awaiting the opening of markets on >n the Fourth of July was considered Ohio with 37 New York with 35 augmented the usual heavy '

a success from every and Michigan and Illinois with 31 traffic on Road 13 would have 1

standpoint.Dan each. Ohio was first In auto fatal I presented serious problems to experienced ,

EventsY Boree was In Starke bright (ties with 28.Florida's I traffic officer, but the .

ioming and early Wednesday morning human sacrifice to the Scouts handled the situation like ";.

Paying out money by the bucketful. celebration of the 163rd anniversary veterans, and there was not even -':

he got through he of independence was a total so much a* a scratched fender to
postponed When ,
11 Meeting of the City Council. Regular meeting teemed to have plenty left, so the of fifteen lives. Highway acci- : I \ mar the day.

because pf Fourth ofJuly.Y Klngsley celebration must have dents claimed ten, three persons s A public address system was in.

12Board of County Commissioners meets as Board of EqualIzers been all that was claimed for It, were drowned, one died In an explosion d stalled on the platform and

of gunpowder, and one was Its facilities Elmo Struth,
will present an- through
courthouse 10 a. m. The Boree Bros
Kingsley Beach killed by contact with a high voltage chairman of the committee In ;.I
Y 12All day 'working at Prevatt Cemetery. other rodeo at | electric wire. i 4 charge of amusements capably acted
next thirty days.
Bible within the
Y IT. -Opening of Presbyterian-Episcopalian IL T as mustvr-of-teremonles.: mak- \

School.Y t'e log announcements and directing

25- Opening of Georgia and Florida bright-leaf tobacco markets. Farmers Shown GradingFor ,, activities throughout the day.at Inter.Recorded )
musts was played
Y 25- Regular quarterly session of County Judge's Court. electrical equipment''
vals. The
Market Price i ii
Best .... A, W. Anderson
i._- y-- ----- j'waR furnished by

GOOD NEWS Clu of Blarkc, Jr. HJ
CONTRACTSARE R. V.; Clark, Incoming president of the Rotary <
LET ON REA PROJECT M. M. Vesey of the United in the field. If the croppers are receives the navel: from C. H. Nnsworthy, retiring president! The| Nat the Sternb event rgt yesterday general expressed |;4
Club on
and get leaves which the regular meeting of the
particular at ,
Department of Agriculture simple ceremony! place for the "magnlfl-\
States his appreciation
m i Anderson,local garageman, County Agent T. K. McClane Jr. In Bradford County one day are simtllitr In ripeness. The manner -' Wednesday. The new board of directors for the year beginning July cent cooperation" on the part of
I received word from the wa the In which the heat to applied L. A. Davis, Roy Mathew, .
the successful bidder on a this week last week teaching growers l 1 to comprised as follows: Nat 11&11 committee chairmen and business
Electric Cooperative Association desire when has to be taken Into consideration, Williams. Secretary Joe F:. Wilson, and .
ract contributed
| to supply five county- Clay that grades that buyers Frank Robinson, and K.: L. houses generally who I
i school buses during the 19- at Keystone Height I flue-cured tobacco.Demonstrations as the leaves are dried, then the Carpenter were re-elected. I financially toward the suc1 -
purchase I) P.
that the New they _. __ which they placed I Treasurer .._
but after are
h"It At
> Urm I6 no.doubt .. sterns" ,..,.1. not
The bids were open- them --- were -- --- cess or me da -'If n. i r
>y the School Board at Its River extension line In this county Ralph Hazen's farm near Brooker,, In a dark, air-tight room, or pack FEW Aim NOW LEFT: been for this wonderful spirit, we
allot- heat
'mg here Monday Mr. Anderd will be Included In the new at J. T. Klrkland's In the Water- house. Constant gradual BIBLE SCHOOL the veteran of I would never have been able to put

was as follows: Tank ment of funds from Washington. oak section, and at James Rosier'splace should be the main objective. FOR ALLAn So rapidly are over a celebration, of this magni
cooperative i who conducted the from the
of the Mr. Veney. the Civil war panning
)n price net billing on gaso- Officials well In Ronlervllle tude" he said.
and is i-2C net for the best stated: "Our new plant Is County Agent: T. K. McClane grading demonstrations the In following our undenominational Vacation earthly scene that the number of Jos. E. Wilson, secretary and

'e of canned oil of any weight. under construction, and bids were of Jr. this week sumed up the highlights county well illustrated will here July lurvlvors on any given date U difficult treasurer of the event, also expressed -

e bid of A. C. Bradshaw, of opened June 30 for construction of the meetings In the points: nible School open to determine with accuracy. his appreciation and stated f
of line including the 1. Pick but all permanent green 17 and will continue through July I receivedwas
Typewriter Service Co/Gaines- 249.5: miles following discussion.: : "The cooperation we
> extension.'It the entire leaves and place In a separate held In the Presbyterian Hefore the result of a check-up It just
was accepted for upkeep of New River "When a farmer spends 28. It will be I really a revelation.
writers during the 1939-40 is our belief that_ construction aalhl.-. year growing a tobacco crop,, sheet, Church, and all young' can be disseminated, the figures goes to show what can be accom- f r

His bid was as' follows: will start as soon as *"""-" 1 he should receive every penny 2. Pick out all red leaves and putIn between the ages of 3 to change, In one Instance In one pitched when we work togetherfor

thly inspection on all mach- after the awarding of the con,I which can possiblY be paid on the a separate sheet (this redness people There will be no of the states of the Confederacy a a common goal/: "
Is no longer any which overheating near the 15 are welcome. who performed 4
also any repair calls needed tract There tobacco from the Company 1111 caused by showed 141 still on the pension I, Other chairmen
wn Innpectlons. New ribbons fear of lack of available energy. It, but on account of lack of flues or a disease, unknown at tuition fee. report within [efficiently were: C. Nanworthy g
will amply car we often to tobacco authorities). begins at 9:00: each roll, which important finance
plant grading present The school !
Iuhed at start of school year as our new knowledge in of the very
Mother at start of second ry the entire system. eee some small Independent buyer 3. Assort the remaining leaves week day except Saturday. Reg- three month was reduced to 12U: : committee; T K. McClane, Jr., of j t

This service in return for This is welcome news to many give the last bid on a basket of into piles which will blend In similar 'ntratlon wilt begin at 8:30: on by 13: dying within that tint. the committee on arrangement; u

,0 to be paid in-monthly pny- Bradford County farmers aloft( It to one corner of colors. Slse of leaf Is not considered Monday July 17 at the Presbyterian Th pant April it Walt 77 years and T. Frank Landrum of the re- t

F It of 11050. this line, who have been patiently the warehouse or another buildIng a material difference tf Church. Parents and since the struggle of the sixties frfsriment committee.The 4 4under

Board unanimously agreed waiting for electricity for many grade the basket Into only a the color and quality to same as friends will be welcome to visit began, and 73 years since Its end, barbecue was prepared.

time the services of H. V. months. very few grades and when It lit' the large leaves the school at any time therefore few veterans of either the direction of Ryan Dullard
t -. warehouse floor first bft varied and of of Gainesville, while 1). Jac-
IS attorney, paying him anal Set placed on the 4. When the leaves are The program will side ire under 90 years age
1 School hate his money. If any. house, they study, wor Union armies consulted obs, local business man gained
retainer's fee of $150Text of a often doubles placed In the pack will consist of Bible While the To j'
In answer to a request one Is entitled to this extra money I should be soon checked to see that drama play, hand- i of more than 2,000,000 men, the fame as a mixer of cole slaw of ( i

t Book Allotment majority of patrons of Hampton Board,. It I Is the one who grew it, .too much moisture Is not absorbed, ship, singing activities plannedto Confederate numbered not more M. H. liakln fell the task for

f radfOrd! < County' School bookIIent and TheresllB,meeting the School here Thun- "No one person can of tobacco tell another will or what we call "too high in work awaken snd other In the hearts of children than 900.00U( according to the best bqureztng the lemonade some, l.BOO and Junlus lemons M

from the state for they at n special many grades estimates
the how order. God and 10 help
of "par-
to open ThiJIranges love brewer
the coffee
I voted tobacco. the
of was
ar of 1939-40 U exactly day afternoon School 01" appear in a barn six S. If the tobacco to too high In In the ability to live with It U believed that all honorably Smith "
High five or
82 Junior two eliminated of both armies excellence.
Books amounting toy Hampton Several There tobacco order, this can soon be and according to the Christian discharged survivors sacrificed their own
\ grading others
31. Those
1.200 of this fund have aiY Monday July that the The main objective shifting in the pack house during of life. are now on pension rolls, thepenatons Chairman Mo-
into by asslit
had asked the leaves way to
been assorting Is veterans pleasure
received. This amount sa parents 3. but Is the beat of the day. If It leaders have \ for Confederate making it
Monday. July with special emphasis Twelve capably! Chute and Landrum t
approved June 20. The school start overruled. Ther- sheets or baskets blend. too dry, It can be shifted when contact the Bible being paid by the several states I on eight) ,
the color to Continued page ue
I\t\ waS making aid and been chosen xch (
was more ex-, their request to Hampton -, on there to moisture In the of the south. .Jo ng. i 4
*4. Governors Its children I be very near School. p ',
due to the veto ease send-I that the, Grading can tobacco will com In order. t
tact cropped
the Legislature' school book I in spite of the conatOUdated. [ led when the leaves are I t

OPrta tlon. two dlstrlcU are not 1

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: ---- COMPROMISEvale- 1 of her; parents, M-r. and Mrs. W. I r -, -- .- Helen- Is the guest of her sister, LAWTEYVltliam Mr ,iml M \1 I4VV-

1.1 A W. Packham, Sunday. i Mrs. R E. Hall. (Bill) I'ltunnu-r. Cor. Ga. wen. '"' A

"" r I.IrNl.w<> rII1 I Mrs. Leon Tomlinson of Jacksonville .* FASHION PREVIEW Isom Ogden of Pompano has Lawteyu!\ 1'Ik relal:
y .: : :jri; is visiting her parents, ] --.J recently been the guest of friends This has been a week of gay The L.I'. ", ,,
I 11
F n'v"d' LL" ,. ,,'.j ', Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hersey. I and relatives here. excitement in our city. Everyone opened ,Ida( High'
I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prevatt and I Ir Mrs. E. C. Morris and daughter, either attended the Farmers' Market day July ,' Vt.p(? 1le88iIr),
; "-, : : children of Starke were visitingher Miss Earnestlne, of Haines City, I 'j I "
or "nrolJlOtl
i' one of ,
T'1 I 1 / parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W are spending the summer months Beach Rodeo. Next year we ex- 'thfprosperou "s, hI

v ,, I Packbam Sunday.J. with Mrs. Morris' father, B. Y. pect to celebrate the Fourth at our We hope t"", ok, hyh :

D. Mills\ of Green Cove ;n Saxon.. own market. ? ,011 Iht

.R.a. :L.b. Springs was transacting business There will be preaching at the The Boy Scouts organization at school year i

r .1 t5' I i here Friday. /1THIS Methodist church next Sunday Lawtey is building dally. Under There >, TOm I

Ae \; Rev. C. A. Warren of Hampton night, July 9. the spirited leadership of W. Mc- exact date for doubt II
preached at the Baptist Church The Rev. C. A. Warren will fill to do the schOOl
...".".... Garlty they expect big opening
:"" \'t\, ', 1. Saturday evening.Mr. his regular appointment at the things. Several short hikes and will be In I' I. hopes
\: + and Mrs. Forrest Jones of Baptist church next Sunday morn- picnics have been enjoyed by the Is consider rh, neat tUtU'f]

Perrine spent Thursday night with Ing and evening. boys. They hold their meetings projects in Ine of o awort
her aunt Miss Ida Hagan. Mr. Frederick has had as his weekly in the City Hall. 0'1'1001 ?
r V James Brlston of Miami was a guest his sister, Mrs. Silvia, of Mrs. W. McGarity is visiting I Remington .-

recent visitor here. Palatka. friends and relative/ In Georgia. at the BrAn!'...,,.Jortable,, ,,_. type'
Mr. and Mrs. Paul of Miami are School may begin here this .auasy TeIY

4 j 544I 'spending the summer with Mrs. : week, and It may not begin here

? V pI' I Paul's sister, Mrs J. J. Zelgler.I this week. Some may get mad

; t ; I I Miss Pauline Crabb of Miami arrived and some may not get mad. Some

fiSI't4 Monday for a visit with her may fight and some may not fight.
; cousin, Miss Ruth Zeigler; Some may get hurt, and some may
I not get hurt We will let you
1 Mr. and Mrs C. Sullivan spent
know later.
Thursday night with Mr and Mrs LrA/
., A. H. Johns at their summer campon Mrs. K. B. Watterson left this ,
r {r Santa-Fe lake. she will visit her mother, Mrs.

Mrs. Pearl Bryant of Hobe she wil visit her mother, Mrs. ,

Sofind is visiting her father, F. B. Gltman.
I +
Triest. --------

Mr. and Mrs Dan Loper and
son, Frankie, are visiting friends Sirs. Z. Z. Griffis, Cor.

S and relatives in Georgia this week.
9 r f n, Members Mrs. Ida Chase spent the week-
'?+ T: of the Theressa Christian -
i ; l Endeavor were entertained end with Mrs. Jimmie Starling of
: ; W Thursday night at the home of ,.,..--- _...- ,- -,_..,.. Pine Level.

Walter Sibley. Music and games Mr. and Mrs M. J. Green and
two-piece ;'ay t :.it has
>< f aM yTY were enjoyed and at the close of family of Miami are visiting re-
f 4j rI uses but Good House _1..
the evening cookies and lemonadewere latives here.
keeping for July recommends it 1 I C
served. Everyone reported a
Prevatt and sons
Mrs. John
very nice time.D. especially for gardening. were visiting her daughter, Mrs

f;fJ J. Phillips and children William Bailey of Sanford, over

Mildred Elizabeth and D. J. Jr.. VANDERBILT the week-end. She was accompanied

are visiting relatives in Miami Miss Vclnia Norman, Cor. by her son-in-law and /

mdI this week. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tyreof I r I I

b Watson Lee, Jr., and Marion F. M. Norman of this section Florahome. I I II

I Phillips of Miami visited rela- was in Jacksonville on business Misses Vera Lee and Ardelia A

With the dispute ruling in Starke over whether or not young tives here Thursday morning. Friday Starling of Pine Level were visit

1 r rr ladles should be allowed on the streets in shorts, the above costume The Rev. Charles Robinson filled Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe and ing their aunt, Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis,

r, 1 might prove a life-saver. The lower half of the young: lady's his regular appointment at the little son Samuel, of Vanderbilt Saturday.Mr. OWN I CLUB

outfit seems to be a pair of long shorts, or short longs, whichever Baptist Church Sunday.HIGHLAND. spent their vacation with relatives and Mrs. Dan Boree and

( i you prefer to rail them. At any rate, they seem to be modest + in South Florida. sons Doyle and Harold of Jack- I '

enough, and should get the girls by the strictest of censors. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and sonville were visiting in this section

Miss :1[. E. Crews, Correspondent family of this section went to Sunday.
EVERGREENMrs. THERESSAMr e Worthington Springs for the Large crowds from this section I I I t

F. A. Uonl>r, Cor. !*. A. Sulllvnn, Cor. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberley Fourth of July.A have been attending services at

I Jr., and Miss Pattie Wimberley of large number of people from the Pine Level church during the e t
i i
t trn Mr. and Mrs Raymond Sccrest Mrs. Floyd Johnston and little Nichols spent several days here this section attended the celebration past week.
,, were visiting Mr. and Mrs R. S. last week with Mrs. H. C. Wim
''I daughter, Jean Alice of Houston, at the Farmers' Market Tues Mrs. L. O. Tyre of Florahome
.p Rosier Sunday afternoon. berley, Sr., and family. I
Texas left Friday for home after day.Mr. was visiting Miss Ruth Morrell)
Mrs. Jess Saunders and childrenof spending a week here with her Mr. and Mrs. James Cox of and Mrs. W. B. Bloods- Saturday.

St. Augustine spent Friday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hawthorne and Mr. and Mrs. R. worth and children of Raiford I +
her grandmother Mrs. J. S. Ro Moore. L. Crews and children CROUP A- PICK 2
tier of Starke were visiting relatives in this section FLA. STATE FARM CROUP B'PICK
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little visited F. M. Crews here Sunday. Sunday.J. .
1 Mr. and Mrs Eph Gnann of Donald Miss Pauline Green visitor Knza Weaver: CorrespondentMiss
of Miami was a
son. S. Norman of Pleasant
are visitingher Val-
Starke Am.rlcan Boy .;.........8 mOL [J| American Poultry Joiinul.!
Mrs. J, E.were Rosier visiting his sister, parents, Mr. and Mrs A. L. to Starke Friday.! ley recently visited his daughter, Doris Hlnson has returnedto American Cirl ..........8mos. I Dlr..der'a j Caztrte ,........1
;, Thursday. Sullivan. L. J. Norman and :jr. T. Marr Mrs. L. Z. Renfroe and family Christian Henld.6 mOL | D j Cloverleaf American R..il'l.1!
home in Chattahoocheeafter
d Mrs. J, S. Sapp spent Saturday Carl Underhill of St. Petersburg were in Lawtey Saturday after of Vanderbilt D Horn Arts-Needl.craft.2yrs. 0 j Farm Journal-Farmer's I
morning with her mother, Mrs. J. has been visiting his uncle and + a month's visit with Alice (D) Household Magazine ......2yrt.a 0 Good Stories ,,,......,....1
S. Rosier.Mr. noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Owen Marr and Ann Mills of the farm. McCall's Magazine ...... .1 1 yr. D| Home Circle .............1 I
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan. HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moncrief left D Modern Romances .......iyr. 0 j Home Friend .. ...,.....1.
and Mrs. Russell Redding Miss Arthurmarle Henderson of Billy Marr of MImm were visit- Mine Adit JS'lmnio, Correspondent Monday for Marianna where they Open Road (Boys) ......,1 I lyr.Parents' 0 j Household Magazine ,.....I I
i and son were visiting Mrs. Jean Jasper: left Wednesday for her, tors here recently. will visit for several days. Magazine .......6 mo.. | 0| Home Arts-Needlecrift..,..I
Gasklns Sunday. home after a visit of several weeks Clarence Parker, who has been Hlrthday Party Mr. and Pathfinder (weekly) .....1 yr. 0) Leghorn World .. ?..1 1
Miss Rosha Morgan returned with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and very ill for several weeks, is On June 27, Mrs. J. H. Mrs. Bryan Drew spent D Progressive; Farmer .......4yrf. 0 Nail Live Stock Producer...
I home Sunday after spending the Mra. C. Sullivan. showing some improvement.Mr. Saxon the week-end in Jacksonville with D Romantic Story ..........lyr., 0 Plymouth Rock Monthly ...1 I
: entertained at her nome in honor Mr. Drew's parents. o Screen Book ............1 lyr. 0 Progressive Farmer ...,2
paNt two weeks with relatives in' Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zeigler and and Mrs. Marvin Thompson nf Misses Lucile and Mabel Green Mrs. E. Townsend Is spending D Silver, Screen .. ..........lyr. 0 Rhode Island Red Journal! )
Hawthorne. Miss Ruth Zeigler were visitors to visited Mr and Mrs. L.. J. Norman Lucile was ten and Mabel nine. several days with her daughter O Southern Agriculturist ... .4 yr. 0 Southern Agriculturist....2
t Pansle and Eva Jeun Reddish Starke Friday. here Sunday. The dining room and living room Miss Evelyn Honeysuckle of Pa- DTrue Confessions .........lyr. Successful Farming ,......1
were visiting Clarice Rosier Sunday Misses Willie Maud and Bertha Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Grtffls and were decorated with oleander and Intka this week. Woman's World .........2yr. O Woman's World ........1

afternoon. Loper are visiting relatives and children of Ft. Lauderdale are fern and many pot plants. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fussellof
t Mrs Daisy Pringle and children friends in Georgia. t spending some time here with Mr. Cake, cream and lemonade weL'eserved Tampa are the guests of Mr.
spent Thursday with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dennison and Grtffls1 parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. to the eighteen
guests and Mrs
Ben Fussell.
Mrs. J. S. Rosier. children of Gainesville were guests I W.The Grlffls.Highland Baptist' Church_ present. I Miss Edith Rowe of Starke, BRADFORD COUNTY"TELEG!

A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE closed meeting a here very Sunday.liOOTSEY'S successful. revival -Mrs Mamie Armstrong of Lake Miss ppend Enza Monday Weaver.and Tuesday' with STARKE.. FLA.


Miss Effle Crawford Cor. I

By Katharine Fisher .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Greene andR.
Director ef Good ttomtittfim Intlimn N. Crawford of this section attended

the annual meeting at Oak J a'V ,
L':< .zv arl
Michael Angelo: said that trifles make perfection-but perfection Iso Grove church near Macclenny over -
1'' trifle! So it is with coffee making. A good cup of coffee can be made the week-end.
very time you try.-but only If you will remember a number of seem Miss Bernice Rosier of Jacksonville
ingly small but vastly important things which enter into the process. spent part of last week
yy, Should you forget about them, it will only be luck if your coffee ,Un't here with her cousin, Miss Inez j-1
too weak or too strong: cloudy! or bitter. Here are the rules of good
V 1 coffee making, rules that have been carefully checked and rechecked by Rosier.
months and months of research by cou" experts In our own Good House I Misses Justine and Josephine
keeping Institute laboratories. Johns atended church at Hell- "C ,
i ? lie sure your coffee Is fresh. The coffee you use, whether In the bean bronn Sunday and were dinner iL t
s or ground, must be fresh. Be sure you know when the coffee you buy guests of their uncle and aunt, w "e. 19P
tl' was roasted, or that it is vacuum-packed. In the case of coffee which Is Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Norman.
1' V not vacuum-packed, if there is a date on the container it should be within Mrs. R. N, Crawford, C. E.
a few days of the date of purchase. rX
Crawford Miss Effle Crawford, tP
Select coffee with flavor you :like.' The price of coffee varies accord- and Stanley Crawford of this section
'ti ing to the cost of the different coffees that make up a particular blend. .
The flavor also varies with the blend so you may find it necessary: to were shopping In Jacksonville -
try several brands before you find one that appeals to your particular Saturday. ,
taste. So, buy a brand with a flavor you like and no more than you can -- --,+--- P Ivswsustau ass -.. d w> ,
use in a week. GRAHAM
I, A universal grind make food coffee. Usually it i ;ttJ
1\1l'8. L. C. Smith, Cor.
lun't necessary to ask your grocer to grind or regrind
cotTee to suit the coffee-making: device you use. It .a
j ", universal grind Is available it will be satisfactory for Mr. and Mrs Roy Blrt and
*]I any typo of coffee maker. I! the brand you prefer does family of Gainesville attended
not have a universal grind buy a percolator grind for church services here
a percolator, and a drip grind} for a drip-coffee maker. Sunday
The Rev. C. A. Warren of
Don't mix fresh. coffee with stale. It Isn't neces Hampton preached at the Baptist
"J nary to transfer coffee, after you brine it home to
i another container. In doing this you may jeopardize church Sunday in the absence of
jV the flavor of the fresh coffee by mixing it with coffee the pastor, L. G. Hemingway of a
left in the container. .Harke.:

y.. l.fH.IINI 'HI" Keep coffee maker clean. Your coffee-making; Mrs. C. J. Frailer, who is attending -
D".o. utensil should be scrupulously clean. Coffee oils have summer school at Gainesville
G..d f:::'.t::: a habit of clinging to the inner surfaces of utensils spent the weekend and holiday
y and eventually give off an unpleasant musty favor to with her family.
the coffee made in them. Thorough washing in warm soapsuds anJ
Mr. and Mrs. The
thorough rinsing: in clear hot water after each use will remove tracesof Fowler(, 1 six-bottle
the coffee oil. You can buy a small brush to clean. spouts and the Eugene and M. L.. Mcl,lonely of carton
tubes of percolators. Lake[ Wales are spending: several. ; I

s" At least twice a month give your coffee maker a more thorough days with their parents &'r. and I j belongs in home
cleaning; Porcelain, enamelware 01 glass utensils should be cleaned Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney every
by boiling a solution of one taUUspoon of washing: soda or borax to Jewett Fogg left Friday for
each quart of water. If you wish, you can till such a coffee maker with ]New York where he is to visit re D You get thirsty at home so the
the solution and let it boil. If the appliance cannot stand such heat, lot 1 latives and attend the Wo Id's why not keep perfect
it soak in a dishpan full of this hot solution. Bases of coffee riakrri In answer to thirst...ice-cold
I / r Coca-Cola..in your
which there Is an electric heating element must never be immer.'Cil in Fair.We
water. Percolators can be filled\ with either ->f the foregoing iclutiom; are sorry to report Mrs. ; a refrigerator. Your family

the application of heat will clcnn..e the lube. Be sure to rinse thoroughly ]Bunnie Easterling Is on the sick; your friends, and yourself
after cleaning with any solution. And when the coffee maker I. set aside 1 list this week. I I will welcome it.
keep the cover off so it can "air." Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and -L_ 2'1r Buy It from your dealerSTARKE

Vs. standard measures in ..",I.lnll coffee. Now we rome to the .sons Charlie and Bobbie, and Mr.1 I _
actual making of U.e.c.'w... vl.ich: suits many people, use I and Mra. L C. Smith attended
two level standard m.'a ring tablespoonful. of coffee for each half-pint!
standard mea.urinir cl.>ful of water. These proportions hold good fur I church at Pine Level near Starke COCA CO
all method of coffee .ipking If you. 'reTer ..ome ether strength determine Sunday. LA BOTTLING CO.
your own pr< ..rt.onx:' ar st \ to them. If you do not mrasorc Mrs. A. E. Ward wa visiting;
car tully you will "e kT--e v .a; e very gland sometimes and her daughter, Mrs Florie MCKInney
pretty bad at other Imes.t II:I in Starke recently. I

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NOTICE errlptlun See. T R A Owner &; Coats Mee. T R A O..r & (...ta

pSHION Cam 60 chnav of NE Lot 1 of Hlk 10. Town n. E1. Matthews ______ ..57 '
I*or of Sec 25 A" run of Lawtey W of Ity 13 II 22

Notice la given that 5 60 vhn. W 20 Lou 7 8&R80' I Ift
hereby the f..llowlng deoorlbed lands, or so much 2. 3. 8. .
ihns. N 80 chn, E
.f Lou. Blk 5
4. 6 Of
thereof a. will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of 1938 20 rhn to -g'le." 10, Town of Lawtey 5 A

herein set oppoalte to 'the same, together with cost of such sale and E 8 A of N 20 chns"I W of By -___-___ II 21 n. E. Matthews _____ 1,90

advertising, will be Bold at public auction on Monday, the 7th day of alxo of NE com Co 8"of chns See 15 All 111k I3>> cxLots Se

August, A, D. 1939 at the hour of 12 o'clock, noon, at the Court House & run S 340 ft for a Town of Lawtey "I j

d4 fi tY1 door, the County of Bradford In the City of StarUe. State of Florida. pt of beg thence S! of Ry __-__________23 II 22 A. M, Blanchard _._ 4.81 ,I
,5 SyMuk. 1180 ftV 1284 ft. Lot I ot nlk 24, Town I
*v Ta,-. N 980 ft, E 1284 ft of Lawtey W of Ry 23 II U 0.0. F. Young ____ '.13 #

Description Sec.8V4 ,. 'I' n.4 Onuer Cost*I to beg-29 A_______25NWU 1 20 141 It H. Ford _____ 80.02 Lois I. 7. 8 of Dlk 24.

of SWU ___.___ 6WH 1 20 40 Empire Lumber'Co.. -- 691 Town nt l..awtey 'Vot
;r Of SEU ________._25SV6 I 19 80 Walter W11U _______ I1S.S7 I: of NEU & of ny ...-- --- ----! II II Ceo F Young ______ 8.80

\ of SWU _________25 8 19 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 13.811 i NW'.4 &: NE'4 NH of All Blk 211 ex Lots I. 4, ;

All of 8% of SEU, S of /8EIL; ______________27 7 20 809 Empire Lumber Co __ 88.34 6 Town of Lawteyv
I \ ot By _. ___ .____13 II III A. )(. Blanchard ____ 4.01
L River ______________26 e 19 20 Empire Lumber Co __ 3.97 N-3-4 of NWU of SWU Lot 5, of Hlk 16. Town

SEU of NE% &: E H of &" all N. 8-4 of NI0' of L.wteyv ot Ry 23 II 22 0..0. F. Young ______ 1.111 j

; SEU, u____. ________86 6 II 120 H. S. Ha.en ______ 41.11 of 8WU W of State 85V.. It. Walnwrlght __ 13.71 IIRlt Ilk 7. a Town ofLawt.y I
Farm road ________..25N 6 11 .. ,v of n" __23 I II A, 1f. Blanchard ____ .02 ,
Li T'T'M SWU of SWU &: NWU, 88NH I 19 160 Empire Lumber Co _. 25.78 .. of SEU of NWU -_25 II 21 20 hire Lawrence C. DIR If J..I. 3 I 4. 1\ fI?

of NEU &: SWU Clemona ,_____ 1.83 Town of LaWt.y W .

of NEU, A NWU, Of N-3-4 of EH of NEU nf sty ._ __ of___ 21 II 22 A, M. Blanchard ___ .Ge i
Lot 1 I. Nub Olv Lot
SEA, ._____________89SH e 19 180 Walter Wills _____ 26.88' of NWU & N-3-4 of I 13. Town of Lawt..yJo t
405 ft of ofNEU
Mt ofNW14&Nof, of 25NEU 24 Horrace Norman _.___ 8.24 of Hy.. N.'II.. aa-u
____ 1 1 19 NWU ____ 5 21 26 _._ ___________26 II II W. J. Barber _______ 4.11 1
NEU Of 8WU 100 Luther Harrell _____ 14.n (, of SWU ______28 II 21 40 8. C. Alvarea _,__-.-- X97 t.nt 10. Town oI.awt.y -

KH of NWU &: NEU, of NWU of SWU ex 16 A t'3' of Ry. Nees.28.24.2n .

SWVi & SWU of __. oft W Hide also SWU _n________ 21 II sa Mn. Jennie. E. Drown 8.81

: 4'4'Y Y SEU. _______________10 1 19 160 Empire Lumber Co. 2688 of SWVi N of Branch 601 L.ot 1ft. Otto 8ub-11Iv. E
2Hi In 49 Ben Faulkner _____ t.awtey Lefov Irvin 58998V
ex A NW Cor 28 15 21
*f E',. of 8WU _________11 7 19 80 Federal Land Bank _. 191)3 8E4 of }_ of NFt4' rof RW'.. U II 22, 10 loin. \V. A. Goodfellow 4,21illy

&1'4 WH Of SEU, &: NEU, of of 8WUSWU_ ______ ___ 80 Mrs. C. E. Norman -- 2013 ot N104: of 8E3
SEU 29 Ii 21
of $WI. _____. ____U 15 U 5 11rs. W. E. Torode __ 8.01SE14 )
________11 1 19
SEVi __ 120 Federal Bank 40 J. A. Jiollingsevorth3.60)
4 Land 29.80 NWt4 of NEH ________S3H Ii 21 of NW14 of MW"t 15 II U 10 C. J. &: M. Dln.f"lo1er 4,31103AnIWt4OfNW4 '
E A NWVV, of SW% &: W 10 l\\. A In NWU of NE'4

A of ;NEU of SWU, 12 1 19 60 A. A. Edwards ____ 872 Bounded 8' &" W bY of NFt4 I of NI\V.\: __28 II U 8 HArrl.on Paul ______ 1.71
public road N by NNWI4 Sty' .t SE14. of sWi 4 AS l
NEU of NW% ______12 1 19 40 Empire Lumber Co. 6.91 line of of 4211 tt of orof

i EH of NEU\ of NEU\ 12 1 19 20 Weeks Tpt. Co. _____ 691 NEU A" saidby Branch 88 II 21 1 Earl CookITnknoun _______ 1092 NWIi ____BW\4____\nU II U 34 .Mra. O. O. Annie _n_ II."

a P'u7"s We of NEU .____-__11 '.ft 7 19 80 Weeks Tpt Co. ______ 13.37 Lots 4. 6, 8 A WH/ of 1'1111' of NF0'a of $E" of
Lots 7, 8, 8 of Blk 3 229 NF.4 A. W'. ot 449yof ,
WJ %
% In Hellbronn -----------
86 5 21 Nltq I 514 otNWI.
& SEU of SWU ___ 1 6 20 15.69 WH of S'frlnll'a Ruby ill-don ------_- .03 ,
: CO Max Shane- ___ NWU\ 1 II 21 1627 12..6 ot 8.. SE1,4
SEU of NEU A Com at All NEU N of road __ 2 6 21 "'n. Annie' U. Alvare 3.44 of Hr:I. ot Nty54 .__.11 6 III 66 11. F. halter __u_____ 20.62
NE Cor of NEU\ of "$' EU of SWU\ -_______ 2 6 21 40 1[. L. Conner ------ Cum at NFl ("or of S..o2M S

SEU, &: run 8 to See Sty\ of SEU of NWVi '0",. R Strickland ____ (11.48 I & run \V 1120 ft, q
corner thence W NEIL of SWU ____ 8 6 21 860 8'020 ft. W 1610 tl. N Y
on Seo line 995 ft, NWU of SWU _____.. 3 e 21 40 A. A. Hutchlnson --- 1020 tt to beg __..18 6 II 40 3. n. flhuford ________ 1,51 p

thence Northerly to NEU of NWU *" NH Lewis _.____ '..90I rant U In '...o"dIAwn _29 II II 10 J. I'. 'rawtnr" ______ 1.11'
H' Sec line BIO ft W ;I of NWU of NWU __12 8 21 60 Jeff Lot I In Woodlawn haO Ii II 10 Federal. Land Ban._ 1.401 N,
of pt of beg thence N UII yds A" W 88 yds 6.93 Lots 119. U In Wood-

t E to pt of beg ___12 8 20 88 Ida J. Merritt _______ 915 of NEU of NWU, __13 e 21 JO Mrs. M. L. Lewis --- lawn. _. _____ ____80 II III 10 Unknown ____________ '.11I
N3.4 of WH ofSEU 8V. of SWU of SWU AEH rants U, U. 43. U. fit

/ exlAln SECor&: 1 of SWU ex 10 A Lumber Co IS.43 In 'oolIawn _. ___.30 II 22 110 Unknown _________ 4.61
com at SW i'or of In NW Cor ot'_____13 6 21 90 Empire -- Lou Irl i 18 N'\ 'x'J.r: :: -
of SE'4 & run EV of NWU NE'4 Lot & .
N SEU to, U Sec : line r ,''f A: NEU of BW% ofNE'i 30 E. f. Lewis .__ S.41 JI: In W..ndJawn __81 II III 30 L. n. Starling _____ 1.41
E: 810 ft, I .__ --__?---14 8 21 ____ 3.60 r.nt. 29. 27. 88 In
Southerly thence to Sec line NWU "f SEU' ________22 8 21 40. D.1Mcn.e .___ 10.84 'Vond'Kwn' .________81 II III 10 Levy Sweat' ________ '..nE"ir '
Unknown .. ..
------- <
325 ft. E of pt of $EV. of NEU --------22 I 21' I't
0' & fit
silk 8 Crosby LakeShores W\fa
thence W 325 ft ,
beg '

to pt of NE beg _A___allSES4 __ 2 I 20 93 F. M. Mrrltt ___n__ 9.451 24 & In In NKU 815'.i of___Sec_:: __25 8 SI Leah Nettles; ---- 3,911 N44F'1 1 ,r ot N\V____ _of__ U 6 U 10 J. 11. Moora __________ 11.11 ;
SWU of 14 : ,
I E'y of of F1E'y .
Beg" at SK Cnr of NWUof W'\
of W ofMcKlnney l'bta4 \
I ot I Branch _11 8 20 85 N. Q. Moody ________ 5.78 NWVi of SWU Seo 1 A on H aide W gvf ,

NEH of NW% ______12 8 20 40 Max Shane _________ 7.86 W 4'A 735 run ft N to 66 See degrees line, of Ply .__ _____oat II U 39 Unknown ____________ 8.80 ,4 I 4r
EH of NWH A WH of
All N 3'4 of NWI4 of
prince. line U charming SWU\ of NEU ____14 8 20 100 O. E. Crosby ________ 8.63 thence N 870 ft to NW' Is' ot It" N14

i tixteen-year-old and this SWU of SWU ._____15 8 20 40 Empire Lumber Co __ 5,40'NE14 NW SWH Cor, thence of NWU E 660 of ft ,:',:,, of NWv, of NW\4\ _.9a II IS 12 IIlrM. O. O. Annis ___ 151 1

linen dress with of NEU fc'SWU t.ol 1 In I'pel"vlll _.85 6 12 11 Mrs O. O. Annla ___. 0.11I.oIM
d Irish of NEU\ ____________21 8 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 1064 5 6AO ft to beg ex 1 10, II, 11 Pee1.vlil ..

i from throat to hem, edged'ng SEVi of NEU & SEU 21 6 20 200 Mrs D. W. Kelley __ 41.73 A on N side &: ex. 8 'Mary C Plllard ---- t.87 ..._____. 35 5 n 8 n"tly Strong ______ 6.30(
__ 21 -
combines practicality KH of SEa _________22 8 20 80 n. S. Johns _____.__ 2021 1 8-4 A In NE Cor 1. v9114 tot NI.6\ ot NF.I 88 II U 10 C. 11. lIay. _________ 4.11 i i 'jW3.4 \
ttines). Shown in Good NWU _____________22 6 20 mo Mrs. D. W. Kelley __ 35.07 silk .ll In Sampson City ..'_ t r. ot N'-Io of NW:4ot $ } w.l'
Magazine for June. SWU :::____________22 8 20 ieo Margaret L. Kelley 13.05 6 A E of Ask 40 a. NWI. __________:_31 II 3. 16 C. I. 8 11. Dlncfelder 1I.8B

eeplng AWl,. of AW% _______23 8 20 40 R. S. Johns __________ 10.34 In EH__of__NWU____\ .ofSWU __ 4 7 U 2 Mary C Pillar ------ 4.07 t\vt4 .t NWIA ____ a II 22 411 A. C. umon..r. ________ 8.U
Frees Blk 3 New ____, u 'n Nl' I.f 11\\11., of 8E\4\ __ a I U 20.:11: (1rUfla __________ '..78N

LotFtlver ___II.;__9__of___U-U lk I 20 A. J. Thomas ------- 1.""I B6Aof514of NEU __..____SWViof .- 6 1 21 CI Jim I'l'ldll'eoll ------- 6.62 .I.4 of NI..14 .. _..__ .__ a I II 40 A. C. Summer ______00 I.n
7. of lit
(0 CONTINUE) WRWeivllte 9 New River ____23-24 8 20 D. F R-nfroe ------ 2,811 'y 4 A of SU_ of SWU 21 4 Malln.la Pridgeon ___ 4.16 41014 NWI4 NW14 of N1t14 WI4of ._ 4 II n 110 A. J. Bryan __________ 8 nNt. "f r
Garland Lot 1 of Blk U. New of NEil RdW-- B 1 .< of NEi4 of 101111\0&\ __ 6 II U 10 IIIlIIard R. Judd ______ '.n n r
Major Hlver __________23-24 8 20 D. F Renfroe ------- I.31 EH ofE% : .4 120 Footer 1hl Smith ___ 1710 All l'u, ur NWIoo of ,,
A of Blk 16 of HE"4 .-__________ 9 1 21 Thomas 4.17 Mrs. Alice __ 4.16
director of Btate-owned Lots 1, 20 'Urn" ------- NWy4 W' tof road ___.10 I 11 II t.anstord
New River ____n23-24 6 20 D. F. Renfroe ------ 3.84 fIl" of HEM of SEU __17 7 2t W4I ot $W'' tatlon WRUF, says the Lot 4 of Blk 82. New NRU <>f NEU ex 6 AIn 84 Wm Thomas __,_____ 6.98 I':'4; ot 10'4 of NIC'4' __11 8 U 411 E. (l. homer. ___....._ IL80IY'y
River __n______ 13-24 8 20 .T"sole Rewell _____on 2.33 NK for __ .- 20 7 21 nf WI y of N\V". __18 ft U 40 E. O. homer ______ 11.11I
b prepared to continue op- NW1of 26 8 20 40 H. S. Johns _________ 10.84NW1i4 WH' of WU of NKUA .0 Unknown ----------- 18.12 "u4 of NI'y nf RW1..1t I U 20 t.. 11. lIobaln ____.____ 1."
fNJW&S 20 7 21
lOA of
} E NWU\ .0 mplre Lumbar CII. -- Ii.40 E1,4 of 8re" of NwIA i tM )
tot a time after June SO. of NWt4 ----.27 8 20 120 Sire D. W. Kelley____ 23.(11) SUM: of NK'4 20 7 2t 40 Unknown ---------- 6.63 II NI'of': NE14 0 l8W14 1 I
; --- ::::::::
offers made 1':1fa: of NE" __ 6 20 80 1IIrll. D. W. Kelley__ 16.29 NWV4 of NEU 22 1 21 _. ._14 8 II :to Ern..t. O..ner ______ 7,68W
ti "generous" W Iy of 8WIA &: 8EV.l8 Of All SWU of NWU Sof 12 L., J. Wynn _______ 1.88 211 A of 5193, Of i;
__ 21
23N4 7
mlnent and Interested cltl- SWy4 ________28 8 20 120 American Tuns OrovellI'L road i W14, rofMWIoo x \
Inc __________________ 30.12 of NKU ex: 100 ft 15 J. D. Prev.tt _____ 14.93 & All NW14 of j r'MF4
Gainesville and other aecf -., EVa of SE?: ______-__29 8 20 80 American Tunlf Oroves road -_ .______ __-.-25 1 21 W road, ___h_ 15 I 12 11 A. F. A. C. Cn _____ 69.47'om
I Inc. __u______.______ 26.68 Lou 1, 2. 3, 4 or Fracl 168 Foster Shl Smith ___ 25.31 III NE Cor ot 5114nl :
the area of WRUP's cov- S7/e, of Lot 11 ________30 8 20 20 American Tuns Oroves Sec .______-___of_26NE'4 1 2iNE'4 NI"4 run H lid ,
of & SH
Inc --------------.-- 1.21 ft. 441 North- %
the station can carry ont All Ace 31 ev 'N'1 tof NEil A RK"t of NW'4 IV"4 fl, 1P1 9.6 ftto I I

t one cent of state appro- Lot.. 4. 6. 6 &: es S'4 A NW". nf \114\ : bog ex N 1 A IG I U 6 Ollbllrt Dixon _.___ 8 U'Vii N
WH of SR"" A ____ 3874 t
300 Fo.ler flhl Smith ot ItIk 1 N of HI'
until such time as the of Lots 1 8 & ex 8'y'nf of of ____28NH 7 2t .75
n 8S26 EH SEU 80 Albert &: Leila Willis 6 W PIPS: of silk 1 N tiISof
Lot 12 & ex
of control could receive andr A ot Lot ________ 6 20 714 American Tuns Orovestne. of NWU _________29 1 21 eo Unknown '---_"-- 10.84 lt3W&84W'ofof
________________n 262.19 NH of NWU .___ -84 1 21 111k2NofIt 2 W
any offers made .for the nf NE'4' & SEt ,,\ Fracl NTS', of NWU In T..",,,,,... 9nh-lllv 1..21 8 12 10 Earl Conk _____ 9,44
( the station" .r SWI,4 f & 'V" ofNWV4 &: SEVi of NWU le-fl 160 Foster slol) Smith ____ 1486 915'' ot '' 17 II 40 IIt..F, Brown.-____ 7,16J44
> NWIA 5 A In SW' for __ -. 858H 7 U of NW14 .x W 9 55A
__ &: NIoV of tlW14 ;
n -S.REI'.tY of & of SIt
of SE\4\ ____83 8 20 2S0 American Tung aroveaIn..e NH NH & $I, of MW'} &
OVIRCH.RGEml ; & NW'4 ._____ n_______ IIS.AS & NWU; of NKU & 4CJO Foster Shl Smith ____ 60.59 N13'4of: NV1)AW
8 20 40 P.llra Wilma Eat____ 13.31fH NWU of NWU i _. 86 7 21 ot pnt"llr rUR,1 In
____ __83
I, Payment of approxl- AE14 of NEI4 Lot 9 In Wood _________ 1.51
34 6 20 10 Isabelle Williams ____ 6.40 VH of 15 Carl Decker of 1011'1'11'' > WI',. Ito

M.000,000* in 'refunds to I I SFJI4 of__SW14______of___N'VI4______34 8 20 160 Lawrence WIlI'sln. __ 20,21NEV4 lawn -10 II 22 of NW of $1:1 11 8 \\.I:. 170 U.4E. Knight ._____-_ 88.0JNI"
Walter WJ1I" 20.21 Lots 81, 32, 33 In nt MEI4: nt NI':', t8 \I 23 20 W. T. Wr"k" _____ S.UNW
start ______________34 8 20 180 --------
will _
electricity users 2fI.28 Woodlawn ___10 II U 30 O. DL I'eoples __ ___ 8.80 .
__ W
I I Wiggins u .11 A off
NWY4 ________________ 2 1 20 180 Lawrence .x
Wood- ;
the Florida Power & Light J. O. Green Jr 1." wots 29, 31 In .101. 110 NIAt nr "$W14 ,
______ 4 1 20 40 D. ---
of NEI'4 ____ U .75
NE'4 00 Grove lawn ____ 11 II 20 Unknown _______u 1 &NEV4ofHV4Norroad
ny announced. Bryan C. NW4! of NW14 _______ 5 1. 20 40 American In. ___ Tuns_.__ ______ 13.81 SWH of Lot 52 In 20 8 22 U' D. E. Knhtht/ ________ 41.87 4 ;

president, said the signingrder Lot. 1., 2 _______ .__ 7 1 20 160 C. I. Alklnllon- ___u_ 21." Lou Woodlawn 63! E4 In Wood--11 II U a J. L. Harvey ________ 1.51 841..x of I Lot$E14 In of NI'RW14 I'.r

by Federal Judge Wil- 8Ain81Corof8W14 20 2 Unknown -----00--- 18.90 lAwn.. .__11 II U 2IJ W. 3. Wllkenon _____ 4,481 W nt road! 21 e 22 .0 J, W. Edward!: ,. ______ 11,19Lnt
Barrett in Augusta, 'Ga., of f1W4! _.__ ._ ______ 8 1 \VI4 of "SK'l' of ;xrJM12' II 22 10 H. \Y. lIavllltnd u____ 4.221 II Ilik I "Iou'hllutlI..v..luptn"nl
AU E'4 of SWIof NH of NWinf SWU 12 II U 211 Iawrence O. Weekly 4.99 21 II 12 Conrad t..I..h _______ 6.10rams
g the method of computing RE14 S of road ____ ._8 1. 20 : Galn.y 7.68 F."J of RW'4 of 1-11'4 18 II 22 20 1D.. Sherman __n__ 4.23 1. 2. 10. IC nlka
n.\f. -
to about 1,400 commercial NW\4\ ex a A In SE Cor 3 ---- --- N'" of NE', nt 1':1'114' 11 6 22 20 L. O. Weekly Trulllee 4,ft P'hur..t' Uevelnprncnt ;

& NE'4 of fzw4 ex Alma Shaw' 15.83Lnt NWI4 of I'IP-l'o' or NF.4 14 II 22 IIJ IAlllel. Andrews ____ 5.13 II I .2 -'Earl Cook ____._____ 8.1
ers for 10 196 Mr. --
opened the way 1 A In 8FJ enr --- 8 1 NEI4 nt SRI/ ____14 6 U to J. 11. Moore __________ 12.53 WI4 rot Tllk I N tot It 3 .
payments. A total of 1 of Hlk 8Vard .. E. Baxter 1.68 Lola 1. 2, 7. 41n 1110 all Jl'rRI' rot 1:1': c. 0 I I Iof
Laura .
I ____ 8 1 20 Mr. 22 _______ '.10 l r '
100,000 checks will be dis- Cite __ Woodlawn -- .14 II 40 David Rickert ilk 1 N of Ie 3 JoJ S 4 'r'R
J. of Dlk 11'arvl :3, 4 A all 'xw. {
E. Baxter 1.61 RH/ of Lots nf S'racs aobf N. Ii 1,
Laura ,
d ____________ 8 1 10 :\fra. -
ranging in amounts from City Lots 5, 6 In Wood- lIalfllnl"n bring. 549 '. n
it to Lot II 2. 6 of Hlk 13. ,II' Malhny! 2.81 lawn ._ .14Lots II 22 30 Unknown ____________ B59 ft N It> t4 III bring all i I '
thousands of dollars. 20 I\f. 1' ------
Ward City __ ____ .n8 1 1. 2. 17, 1": 47, 4d .old. Jo'rR" W It I'J '. ,
ban half will be for less Lot 10. 11 of Blk 14, Stewart 12.88 In Woodlnwn! ____15 6 22 80 All' Foss Stewart ___ 9.80 i'1I".ntNW'4ntNWI ,.
U E. T. ----- .
iO. Ward City-------- 8 1 Lot. 1a. 16, 32 In A KH of NN' of Itlk P
Lots 10, 11 of Blk 15 L. "folt 12.88 Woodlawn .__ 15Lnts 6 22 30 D. L. IUsaby ________ 1,90dlaZvn lNnfrl2 FAH''. S 55 ':4\.I 1 '
20 .A, ------- .
Ward City n______ 8 7 29. 30 In of SWV, of Illk 2 N 5.5
:NOTICE Lots 5. 8. 1. 8 of'D1k P. Oalney 4.78 ; ._ 16WH II 22 40 O. C. Barnes ____-___ 8.80 of It 3 F! Temple .
20. Ward City u__ .a 1 20 H. ------ of I*>t 81 A Lot Hub-IHv 22 6 11 10 Mrs. Grace Ford __._ 10."
registration books of the Lot. 4. II, 7. 9. 11 of C 1Iazen Jr.- '.78 :ft*. 40. 42. S3, 54 In All land lying on K: A j
( Starke will be forflstratlon Blk 22' Ward City __ 8 7 20 T. -' Woodlawn __ -H I 6 22 65 Irs. E. G. Harvey __ 10.88 H sides ..f th.. old 1

open AU Elk 23 ex Lot 7, ,.,, 4.78Deg Lots 13. 34 :SB I 26. 37, Htarke A Lxwl.v .t
; of electors from Ward City ______ 8 1. 20 Unknown ------- 3/1/ A NH( nf 1* A .II publle road In Sea 12

ax July 13 1939 through at a pt 495 ft W 40. 41, 4.. 45. 44, 111, $62.M. known u. th. O. A. ,
of $FJ Coy of foIWIAnf 57, 61 I. 63 In Thrower Sr property, d
ay, August 12, 1939. liE! }: & run W on Woodlawn ___17 II 22 19$ Mrs E, (t. Harvey _= 11.84 -10 HI A In NK Cor "

CARL JOHNS Sec line 2H 1.3 ft. Lots 31: 41, 42. 441., 44.KA. of NWU of NW'4 23 6NWU 22 11 Mr* Onto Ford _... 36 '
N 230 /t. F.J to land 61. Kl. B1. 64 66. r.f NWU23 1E 22 40 T. 8. William ______ 1408
Registration Office. of E. L. Crosby, thence 56.: 67, an; 01: 62, 63, : 6 A of a 9 A triangle t-
t Starke 6-30 2tp S 230 ft, thence WWH 2 R. M. Oalney -------. 8.24 64 In Woodlawn __18 5NH 22 110() Mr*. E. O. Harvey __ 28.61 being all of
to beg 8 1 20 of Lot 22 In Wood- "HH of 8I'of: HW. I
of NWU"-k"All lawn _- '- .____18 J 22 S Unknown ?_--.--..-_ 1.11 N of road 33 6 22 6 Mr. Dora Sullivan '.U
B OF APPLICATION FOR NWU of SW'i N of Lot 29 In Woodlawn! __18 5 22 19() Unknown ___________ 422 W 16 A of NWU of .
T'Jt; DEED Ry &: W 18 A of O. Stoke. 1521 Lots 1. 2, 3. 4, r>. 8, 8, HKVf: A N 6 A Of WH. S ,
N. ---
ICE| KHUKEBT: GIVEN SEU of NWUSEU } ______ 9 7 20 183 Vilg.lns 10.13 11, 16. 34. 85. 45, 4., of If WI.. of rlKVi\ N of
:"by A Montague, holder ot \ of SEU ________10 7 20 40 Lawrence Empire Lumber Co.--- 1.06 51, 52 In Woodlawn 19 6 22 ISO Pura Water Co. .._ 23.70 road 4K 14 6 22 11 W. T, Jordan _______ ..14 ,
Tax Cer'ltl"ate No. 232, dated EH of NWU of 8EU __14SEVi 7 .20 WH of Lot 83 & all 36 IllWof$9I4aEth
day ,>i July A. D. 1927, ha. of SWU &: SW%, Howard 12.84 37. 39 A EU of 40& of MEtoft4W'4Ho' '
414 l "rtlflcat I In my office ____*__"___It 7 20 80 H. H. ----- N4nf43&Ebnf61( road 48 '__ -_14 8 11 17 Maggie Hamilton __, 1468 p
ade application for tax deed NEU8 NKU All A all 84 In Wood- NK'/ 29 5 11 160 Cbai. J. Johnson .... 1451 us
'"'ued hereon in accordance of NEVi N of Wiggins __ 8.12 lawn 19 5 22 SO Mrs., E. G. Harvey. __ 10.70 N90ftofN106ffotE14/)
II.w.. Said certificate em- road ____ _______16 1 20 45 Lawrence Lots 9. 10.. 23, 24 21U 6 : of NWU of KK'i:
the folKiwlngr, described prop'tualed 1 'A In""NW"Cor of In Wnodlawn ,,_ _19fl'v 5 22 10 Dalton Carter.J, .>._ 9.67 Of NK'4 exV 40/ ft 28 t 13 Eu-.ne Hunter ___ (46 i
'' t lying of Lot 67 In Wood- Com at NK: Cor of CallA
to-Wit: Bradford Lot. Eight County and NWU 140 yds N &: S by LIIHe Cone 1.70 lawn .-_ ____19 ( 22 S Unknown _____________ 1.51 Church His A runE '
t Block 16 Llvlng.ton Truby 35 yds H & W ____18 1., 20 1 Mrg. Lllll Cone --- 8.112 ; Lou 49, 60 In "\\'oodI 12.07 275 ft, N 341 ft for '
7. 20 30 Mrs. It 1 22 20 W II. Walnwrlght -- nf b lhence t' r41
17 v
Adihtlm W of NEU 14.11Beg I a pt .
to Starke In W% E30 A of $ LII1ICone "
hl J' Township I South, EH of NEU _-____-_ _11 7 20 80 Mrsi- I Lot'sT 1. Y 7. 3. <>, Y3. run K 110 ft, thenc- '.. ,
...:: ,- 2e 8 75 ft thence W's.
But. : at ap' 495 ft W ; I 121, 22. 21: 25. 55
"...im-nt Cor of WH ofNEV4 27. 28 A WH of Lofof 110 ft, If 75 ft to apt ;
the *" d certificate of .said property Isiued of NE* run W on Sec //t..oIi. .. I 83 p n filial Ey420 "5EH 22 155 Mrs. .7 O. Harvey -- 3474 of beg It 5Blk 22 V, a Harrell ___ .... ,
5 55
29 -tended! on
the I, a.
haint of Unknown. line 244 1-8 ft. thence ,, __ ____ 9.57 '
talc certificate shall be S H mile to S! line nf. '. A HE, of SK, ,21 5EH 22 50 J. R. Shut od L of ft .* ex Il! HO ft Original
.. of NEU NWU.
thence .
111 It thereonoontth.ttax said NEU. 1 A ._0022 22 19 ('J. I.*" }If. Dlngfelder. '.10 i Town of -
N H 4.93 less cm J
/ July I a D. 244 1-8 ft. beg thence-------I' 1 10 15 R. "1. Calney ------ KH of HWt of HE 4 .22 5 22 20 D. B. Sullivan _.___._ 1.00 Stark* -. ._ ___. U I 21 ,' n Thelma irantauz ___-<.,19.47 7
1939. to
mile '
''l Ilh. 'h. 12S 2-8- ft.W NEU of NWU "* W 10' 5 Com at HW Cor of 'I f
day of June D at pt 7.81
A. a
Beg _
of NE Cor of A u___ n B S3:! SO Mabel. Walnwrlght Madison A Buy Hf. A o. v
iAL W on Corn afly 'whe'rVNline ; :. run H 21* ft fora nr
.SI. AL) A. J. Thomas, NWU and run '. W ..4
or of beg thenre run
of Sea 28 crosses ,
It ft.
733 .
Courtr Bradford I Sec line .
F 532 ft. 103 ft. 934ft. K 105
S Ry
I line A run on
8-9 6t 1-Ito I S H mile to Si :
727 .. o: H at right angles toRy ft, N 14 ft to pt of
N\Y'.., tnencf N to 17NWU 7 20 44 J. : Mott ------- hn 60 ft for a pt of .. .. beg .. .. _. 21 II 21 _.:11ttke Dow ___.___ '.U
cheek. ft, thence beg
8 p.ralbl The NH of the following -
Co 10.43 beg. them
6 MALARIA of S"31fc SWU Ju 7 20 10 Empire Lumber with Ry 1050 ft, E at City Block' Bound ,
of .
| of NEU of- 4.78 right angl-f to Ry ..d N by Call Sr. W
W 638H ft of NH Unknown ---------- H "
LF In 7 ear. aad rcllere 11 7 20 20 840 ft. N parallelwith by Broadway lilt! I

L :. "" COLDS 5 A01nS8H"cf"fiVYEof \ of River 18SH 7 20 5 Empire iumekr C
) of&Nw NEU- .40/) ft, to bear .. 4 A Lots 3. 4 of Blk 17. ;
RDli"' rn Pton.. first day !.." "n R ".. Livingston.' Truby &__ .. # S
Rub-\iv.Tlsm" a Wonderful of HWU tiE!, N Co 27.18 .m_.Ida"re MC. _or.-._.TChapman _.--... *.A" in,-. v_*. ., (.n.. Hub Air '__' ....aLrits / !1 V. .5'. Pul 1 um ---,-_ 1,67 '
Liniment of River ex N4 7 20 180 Empire Lumbar In LIT Ar ,5 1, 1 of Blk 17, a

gVof4S tot 4We} _&___v-1422. 1 10 20 L. W. Sowell -_-_- 18.22 ..enrd.. __. .2_ Book P page
_____ I
nf 8W'4 FIEPof Lots 1, 4 of BIle 21, 1
SAVE MONEY! N"\\'f4 of NE14 ex E 10 20 JO H. H. Howard .-... 4.91 1 A on N aide bounded of B Livingston, Truby A { ,1 ,
_21 NEU If. W CD'S Hub r>lv .28 II A. T. Paul. ___._ ....
first Corn at 8E Cnr of P'" by Jane hyrd ______ 890 i S
, time you try Winter- Sec by A Bdancbard S3 II 22 2 Joe Frlgo Lot 2. 1 or NH of Blk ,
it Ton!- 24 & run W on Town 18 UvlnKiton.! Truby
3 >
t It you'll probably want line 100 ehns N Z"chns Lot Lawtey S of Bile W of Ry __23 I 22 R. A. Orlffl ---_-- 6.14 A Co1 Huh r>lv .21H 1 II Alfred Darne. _____...US 1

-5Q, you11 buy the small E 100 chns to 27.91 Blk 15 *x tale 1. 8 } of But 17. '..Ivln.I ..-
f But after know Wln- Sec line, thence 8 ZOchn 20 210 Foster Phi Smith v4f.r. W ton. Truby A Co' ,
?'., remember you that i to beg> .___jw.oTof ,,-2& 7 '. of Town Ry of__ _Lawtey 21 II 22 Ada Moore .-.___.-_ 13.17 I I Hub r lv 28NH 0 n A. O. Jenkins __ I." e'"
get '
you NE\ & EI./o/ of of nik 15 Townof of Elk 17 A all Blk
260Mammoth you &:NEIA nt SW'4 & Lot 1 W of Ry 23 I 22 J, Uf Moor -------- 4.61 18, Livingston Truby f.
Size. The 60- N'4 of SE" It' $E14 Lot 8 L-vwtny of Blk 15, Town I _. Co'*. Hub lily .. .ISWH n A. O. Jenkins _____ ..10
"** contains 10 dosea--the of SE4-400 A. also ofHE of Lawtey W of Ry 11 I 32 J. H. Moor ------ 11.411 of Blk 40. Livingston. ,

L die cwt.n: 21. That's prac- beg .hnll"''eo' s Lot. I, 2,of 4 Lawtey of BIle 14 W. I I Co. Hub, DIr Truby,- *,1* II Unknown ---_____ 11/ t II

f'4 the ILme thing *" getttafHTERSMITH'S| on See Ilnr of Town Ry .. .. 31 I 23 J. M. R. rHw. -
doses 11'''. I N. 20 chn.I Lot 1 of Bill 1', Town 9.1t Ingston, Truby Co'. II Damon Dell ....
I 40 'bn. 2(1( also of Lawtey W ..f Ry 11 I S3S3 J M. Redillab Sub Dlv ---------2$ -- -- -- ---
& bell'-IO A. Lois 6. I of Blk II. 8H! of Lot 2 of Bile 46, j

W beg of at NE a: pt Cor.0 of cnn Sec' of Town Ry of Lawtty. W_.21AJ1 I Mrs. W E. Torod II." ( Co'Livingston tl -,>lv Truby A.28' II W. : Toroct. -- 141 !/ '

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:III lUt I- Town ofLawtty ,,
ft.- N 11139 g 11111: 11 I 32 Mr*. C fl. Smith I..t*
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,41'1. ..
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- --- 1 J Mrs.: :Roy Smith HonoreeAt Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Brownlee the object ,IIf -
1I I Luncheon SaturdayFor I I Mrs.Griffin, :Mrs. Smith \v !,""(, Was'f

1I Miss Dorothy Sapp j' Entertain Circles Dinner PartyMr. Entertain At Lake Plete the IJlnlM! ,li.r, a

i T. T. were Mrs. L. A. Davis, 1st slate vice- scholarship dilll
Mrs. Long
1 hostess and
I One of the loveliest in the seriesof : Mrs. T. J. Griffin was-
delightful parties for Miss i Monday afternoon when she entertained hosts Friday night when they en- president of the United Daughtersof Those pre-.m. '", /1Jov
I the Confederacy, and Mrs. J. 111I1\!
ly affair
Dorothy Sapp a bride of this .t Circle Number One of tertained members of their bridge with :M\ I1avb
week, was the luncheon given by i the Woman's Society of Christian M. Brownlee vice-president of district Brownlee wi-n and I..
j club at dinner in honor of Mrs. !' \lr",
I No. Z were' at
hostesses l a Mill
Mrs. W. E. Torode :Mrs. E. L. (, Service of the Methodist Church Mrs. H. Dr;
at her home North St. Roy Smith, of Tennllle Ga., and delightful swimming aid :..flinchparty t.Rkt
Biggs Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr.. on Cherry J. City,
Miss Dorothy Mae Sapp Weds Guy Hinton Sale I and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Tallahassee -I Trailing vines and bright-hued house guest of Mr. and Alia K.. last Friday at ffie summer Mrs.14'Mediim Mrs, Ceorgt LtJn.
In Beautiful Church Ceremony Monday Night of zinnias used' In decoratingthe home' of the former on Kingsley N Anthony,
1 : at the home the formeron were G: Duncan. Wood 1>11'1. c;

': A wedding which centerea jne brjde and,bridegroom and theJr.at-1. Kingsley Lake Saturday at I reception hall and living The hosts' home was beautifully Educational Lake when ,they committee entertained of District the Ferryman.Jackson\'Hle Mrs' Mrs t.

t: ((4 l Interest"of-many' friends throughout -.j tendants. twelve o'clock. room. decorated with a profusion of radiI No.2. The committee Includesthe I Starke; and Mrs Ceorge. lIob.i.
the state was that of Mis |'The auditorium and sun parlor Luncheon was served buffet I The circle' chairman, Miss Olive GainesvilleRemington, S Dt

Dorothy !Sapp! daughter of Mr. were decorated with various style from a long table which was Ray, bad charge of the program I I ance roses for this delightful af president and educational

and Mrs. John Benny Sapp and kinds of flowers and greenery, covered with a lace cloth, and and read as a slogan the poem fair.A chairman of each chapter in the -;; 'I

Guy Hinton Sale. ROD of Mr. and carrying out a color scheme of centered with a yellow and black "Pass It On." Mrs. J. W. White delicious three course dinner district. at the Bradford pnr"ble

Mrg. John.Henry Sale of Madison pink and white. The bride's table, basket holding an artistic arrangement offered a prayer and Mrs. L. D. was served at Individual card For this occasion attractive arrangements (COunty Tele j

4 which wee solemnized at 8 o'clock placed in the sun parlor, was! over- of giant marigolds.Tall I Green read. a Bible lesson. Mrs. E. of var!- olored zinnias -.--

Monday evening In the First Bap- laid with an Italian cutwork cloth yellow tapers in crystal holders L. Williams told of Miss Emma tables placed In the living rooms. were used In decorating the spacious firsNorth ..

list Church. The Rev. L. A. and centered with the wedding tied with fluffy bows of tulle, : Cushman's missionary work in Each table was centered with a veranda of the Davis cottage. Leave BoWld

_ Shepherd of the State Farm per- cake. The three tiered cake was balanced the central embellish Turkey; Miss Amelia Ray gave small vase holding rosebuds. After enjoying a swim in Kings Starke 2:W a. IIJ.,
m. :
P. 1:50
formed the impressive ring cere- I. topped with a bell made of icing, ment. excerpts from the Missionary Bulletin White placecards monogrammedwith ley Lake the guests were served, : p. m., jp i IIJ..
underneath which stood a minia- I the hosts' initials marked the P. m., I0is: : p m.Sout1 .
mony. The guests were seated at and talked on "The Fine Arts a delicious lunch buffet style from

The interior of the church was ture bride and bridegroom. White bridge tables which were centered 'of Living" as outlined In the report places for the guests. the dining table placed on the Leave Bound
_ Stark
beautifully decorated with stately candles In silver holders at each with bud vases of marigolds and I of the Florida Conference Mrs. A. Z. Adklns was awarded porch. The table was covered 2:20: 1IJ..1

''I g .. palms and lighted tapers in end further graced the table. fern repeating the color scheme of Secretary of the W M. S. high prize for ladies, a bottle of with a green linen luncheon cloth a. m.,.\.._, 2:20 e:n .,p..n....m., _.\::2Op_ .. III.
branched candelabra forming a Pouring puncn from bowls placed -I! yellow and green. Much merriment I The circle chairmen conducted a Cara Nome perfume. Hlgb prize'and centered with a low bowl of Leave--- -Starke? ? ,? -iau-

: : graceful background in the chancel on the four attractively deco- I was afforded during the short business session and at this for men an attractive tie was zinnias. The guests were seatedat Starke 12:33 ft'35 p. IIJ.

for the tall standard baskets rated tables around the large .. luncheon hour by humorous topics time Mrs. L. D. Green invited the presented to O. L. Beasley. Mr. individual card tables placed at For free: : p m,

L of white dahlias and filadloll. auditorium, were! Mrs L. F. Dink-:for discussion which were given to circle to meet with her the first and Airs. K. G. Duncan won the Intervals on the veranda. In pick-up service (

Fern tied with tulle and white Ins Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. ,C. E. the guests. Monday in August. bingo games and were presentedwith After lunch a meeting was%held, city limits) phoce Lac, I
and Johns, Mrs. R G. Kidd, Jr., Mrs. Miss linen handkerchief and way, agent
*f bouquets of white gladioli Sapp was presented with a a a
Fl I The hostess assisted by Mrs. I.
+ satin ribbon marked the pews of H. C. Wall, Mrs. Thomas W. Long Mexican print luncheon set, a gift P. Shepherd served lemon sher- box of stationery respectively.Mrs. .
ot the families. of Tallahassee, Mrs. J. G. God- from the hostesses.. Smith was the recipent of a
bert and cake to the thir-
it Mrs. Levy A. Canova pianist win of the State Farm. and Mrs.T. Those invited to enjoy the party teen guests pound present. linen guest towel, which was presented

.4)4) __ played a program of beautiful A. Steele of Gainesville with the honoree were her mother, to her by the hosts as a INSURANCHAROLD

u' music prior to and during the Those serving refreshmen t s Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Hogan-Smith was hostessto memento of the occasion.
were: Misses Hope and Georgia Mundy Miss Ruth Sternberg Mrs. Those
: q ceremony. Her selections were Circle Number Two at her homein present to enjoy the even-
"Romanze" (Schumann) [H ynes, Miss Elaine Edwards' W. M. Walnwrlght Mrs. L. A. Sampson City, where an attractive ing with Mr. and Mrs. Long and

ade" (Schubert), "seren-I I I Miss Lillian Sternberg, Miss Martha Canova Miss Virginia Fugate, arrangement of summer flow- Mrs. Smith were: Mr. and Mrs.

:15 No. 2" (Chopin) "Love Is Mine" I' Toney, Miss Marjorie Stump [' Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mra. J. 3. era was used for decoration In the O. L. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. L. D.

and "Forever Through the Years" Miss Virginia Fugate, and Miss I Godwin of the State Farm, Miss large living room. Vining, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad-

(Frank Grey), and "Nocturne in Dorothy Ellen Steele of Gaines- I Elaine Wynn of Hampton, and kins, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter -
E Flat Major" (Chopin). Mrs. J. ville. Miss Helen Steele of Gainesville. Mrs. A. Wood conducted a devo- Mr. and Airs. K. G. Duncan, C. WALL AGENCY
tional service Mrs. L. A. Davis
1 W. Andrews, Jr. sang "At Dawn- After spending some time with ; Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. H. C.
) Ing" (Cadman) and Mrs. E. L. their guests Mr. and Mrs. Sale Mrs. K. G. Duncan Hostess talked on the subject of Wesleyan hUtch Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, Please Phone, 146
I College at Macon, Ga., Mrs. L. F.
Biggs sang "I Love You Truly" left for a ten days' wedding trip, Honoring Mrs. Roy Smith and M. F. Brown.

9 .In..u.___...h.,. .'U'b.....I"'ft....v...'".. +...,... .nw'....".,.,.,.,.,..."'.". ..."r"e....nh.... .1..1.... .. ,-I..a-Q.+.h..tf..-..-.. ........._- Smith gave an interesting articleon
I Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle Ga. missionary work in Japan and
I of the bridal party was the "BridalChorus" known. The bride traveled in a
4 house guest of Mr .and Mrs. K. G. Mrs. S. S. Dowling reviewed
:. from "Lohengrin, and black and white ensemble, a Moly-
Duncan was the inspiration Wednesday "Work at Textile Institute, Spar-
t used Mendels neux model with black
ft the recessional was accessories. -
;... ... sohn's "Wedding1 March." During A corsage of gardenias completed for a lovely bridge lunch tanburg, S.C."
the ceremony Mrs. Canova played her costume. eon given by Mrs. Duncan in her Mrs.' Pearl Simpson circle chair- JULY CLEARANCE SAL

B Al very softly McDowell's "To A After July 10th Mr. and Mrs. home beginning at ten o'clock. man, conducted the business session -

., Wild Rose." Sale will be at home to their Quantities of seasonal cut flowers after which a social half hour

... friends at 607 Meridian roses and zinnias predominating was enjoyed. The hostess servedice
The bride entered on the arm of Circle,
'. Tallahassee. beautifuly arra n g e d in I cream and cake to the twelve JULY 7 THROUGH
her brother-In-law, W. B. Mundy, Mrs. Sale bowls and vases formed the deco-. members present. JULY 29
was graduated from
: in
by whom she was given mar-
rative motif for the
occasion. .

honor riage. her She sister had as, her Mrs.matron-of-W. B. the the Bradford class of County 1935.: She High later SchoolIn at- High score for bridge was held I Sale-Sapp Wedding Party ALL SUMMER GOODS GREATLY REDUCED

,.. tended summer school at the University by Mrs. M. F. Brown, who was -
F and her mald-of- Honored At Buffet
Mundy as _
presented with double deck ot SupperMr. MENS AND

_________ honor. Miss Miss"ElaIne Ruth Sternberg Wynn of, Mrs.Hampton. J.- where she of Florida took a in Gainesville secretarial cards. Mra. O. L. Beasley won the and Mrs. J. G. Godwin SILK DRESSES

: bingo game and was awarded a were hosts at a buffet given -
course. For the she has supper
W Rltch of the State Farm Mrs. year SUMMER SUITS
been cosmetic set. Mrs. Duncan presented in honor of members of the
employed in the State Audit-
C. M Mitchell of Tallahassee, and _
Mrs. Smith with a box of Sale-Sapp wedding party at their
Ing department In Tallahassee.Mr. .
Miss Helen Steele of Gainesville,
-. .: cousin of the bride. were, brides- Sale was graduated from note paper as a memento of this. home at the State Farm Immediately 25 percent off j

.y:4 Dinkins maids. and Flower Martha girls Jane were Wain-Joan i tinued the Madison his business High School education and con-atMassey's lovely Atlanta affair., Ga., Mrs.Mrs. J.J. P.D.Burns Cottrellof of preceding Sunday evening.A the wedding. rehearsal Mens and Young Mens Styles 99c

I : Leesburg, and Mrs. H. B. Mc-
Business in profusion of
Wright of TallahasHee. College giant zinnias IN SIZES FROM 8-YEAR-OLD
... Jacksonville. He is connectedwith Lendon of Orlando, visitors in dahlias, and marigolds attractively -
Mr. Sale had as his best man TO MEN'S SIZE 42. THE
town were also presented boxesof OLD
the P. Lorlllard Tobacco'Co.. arranged in baskets adorned
.' 1. his brother, Graham Sale of Val- I notepaper as gifts of rememberance. OR TilE LARGE FELLOW AS
with the ,
In where
headquarters Tallahassee. rooms the ,
'.. dosta. Ga. Ushers were: W. H. guests gath- WELL AS THE BOY 0 I (Regular 82 Quality:)
Out-of-town ered. R
I The
: guests at the wedding Mexican sun room was ,
Graham, Starke; Alton Revell. L. Mrs. John Following bridge a delicious decorated with SMALL:\ MEN, CAN HAVE -A (_ ,
were: Henry Sale. marigolds and red ..
J. Pa 'ham, C. M. Mitchell, Talla- With the
I luncheon was served on the card SMART:\ SUIT ,
: Mrs. J. J. Sale, Mr. and Mi'a. J. B. dahlias, carrying out a color I. AT PRICES .
hasnee Waller Whitlock, and tables. I
.1 .. ; Sale, Mrs. G. F. Burnetle Miss scheme of gold and red, while the .
Jack Sale, brother of the bride Those purchaseFROM
invited to be with the ,
Lota Sale, Mr. and Mrs. living rooms '
H. protrayed a color
.. .: groom Madison. Kramer, Mrs. David Howell Yates hostess and honoree were: Mrs.\ scheme of orchid and yellow. $1.69 : ., a ,

.. .__ Mrs. Mundy, pititron-of-honor, Mrs. J. O. Bentley. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Supper was served buffet $1.95 of one
was beautifully guwneil} In aqua Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. M. F. style
J. D. Uurnette Jack '
Sale. and
from the
__ net over taffeta made with a toss- Waller Whitlock, of Madison; Brown, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. dining table,beautifully which was laid arranged witha $2.95 $3.95 '.: at the

quo bodice and full skirt, featurIng Mrs. George McMillan, Mrs. T. A. J. D. Cottrell Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, handsome
lace cloth and
.. a square neckline and puffed Mrs L. D. Vinlng, :Mrs. N. Stern-
Steele :Mrs. LamAr Knight. Mrs.!! I tered. with a low bowl regularprice
I. holding
eleeves. She :MEN'SSTRAW
wore a small floral
berg, Mra. 1. P. Bums, Mrs. H. B. cen-I I
Moore. Mrs. G.
.. B. L. Green chid dahlias and yellow
hat and carried
.. I a bouquet Miss Helen Steele, Lucian Gray, McLendon, Mrs. C A. Knight Mrs. I HATS of
was assisted
utiiarmonizIngattr8. Mra. D. A. Monteith
Mrs. H. C.
_L_ _uU __ L____ _.._... ...._.__ and Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele. of n.._.... ,.__ w .___ __ APl'Vln. I>v _llf a 1._ ...... "'''' n I Soft or Stiff
10e mamOlnunuoI'.IUIU''" fviicu, jura .1'4. Lo. X3jg( s, ivirs. n. .n --'CO -" A'Q. -" l""au, I
I Wynn wore orchid net over taffeta Gainesville: Miss Gladys Yates, F. Demorest, Mrs. J. W. Klncald Mrs. W. ;M. Wainwright, Mrs. W. WORTH $2 AND UP $2.00CHILDREN'S

___________ __ made slmiliar to that of the Mr. and Mrs. Alton Revell, Mr. Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews Miss E. Torode, and Mrs. J. W. And-
L. J. Parham
matron-of-honor. Her floral lint Mr. and Mina Manassa and Mrs. L. F. rews. Jr., Mrs. H. C. Wall of 95c

: I matched her costume and her colonial Mrs. G. L. Fatten Mr. and Mrs. Chapman of the State Farm. Tallahassee assisted as floor hos DRESSES
Thomas W. Long, Mr. nnd Mrs.
I bouquet of asters harmonized .
II. C. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. W. tess.The MEN'SFELT
ed In color with her gown. Miss M. Two Baptist Circles guest list included: Miss Regular Clearance SalePrice
Wainwright Miss Ethel Monk. I HATS
I Ruth Sternberg was gowned in Dorothy Sapp Miss Ruth Sternberg -
J pink net over taffeta; Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Met Monday I Miss Helen Steele of Gainesville ALL SIZES AND COLORS 59c and 79cQuality I

_ I Rltch! : in chartreuse net over taf- Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Circles No. Two and Three of I ; Miss Elaine Wynn of Hampton Easily Worth $1.50 I

_ fefs; Mrs. C. M. Mitchell in maize Setzler, Laurens, S. C.j; Mr: and the Baptist W M. S. met on Monday ; Guy Sale, Jack Sale Waller 49c

net over taffeta; and Miss Steele Mrs. E. E. Burney Mrs. Floyd afternoon, July 3, at 3:30: Whitlock of Madison Vernon Mc- 98c Sizes: 2 to 14 I

r in blue net over taffeta. The Lee Berrler, Mrs. Josephine Bas- o'clock. The other two circles Rae Jr., Valdosta. Ga.; Mr. and
ford, Mra. S. J. Mrs.
gowns were made slmillar to that Green Owen will me .Monday, July 10 Mrs. L. A. Canova; Mr. and MI's. LADIES SANDALS
of the matron of honor and they Dyal Mrs. R. W. Duke. Mr. and Circle No. Two Mrs. H. L L. Chapman'' ; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs.! J. A. William Mr. MENS DRESS
bridesmaids wore floral huts that W. II. Livingston Jr., of and Jacksonville Mrs.- Brownlee, leader met with Mrs. W. Ritch; Mr. and Mrs. W.B. SHOES A lot of odds and ends
A. J. Griffis at her home
I matched their costumes. They with Mundy; the Rev. and Mrs. L. A.
: carried colonial bouquets of asters. : Miss Wava Horton. Home- .Mrs. J. E. Chambers as co-hostess. Shepherd; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Assorted colors

I Little Joan Dinkins wore pink net stead; Mrs. Ida M. Gentry Lake Mrs. J. H. Lord led the Devotional Sapp; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall Sizes 4 to 8
over taffeta while little Martha Geneva; Mrs. W. D.-Gray, Winter assisted by Mrs. S. E. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright.

Jane Walnwrlght'a dress Will blue Haven Anderson; Mr. and Mra. George E. Sparks. The topic for Bible study Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell, Mr. $$1.98 49cONE
Interlachen Miss
;? 'I net over taffeta. They carried ; Mary was "Our Greatest National and Mrs. Alton Revell Mr. and 4.:.
Sawyer Macon, Ga.; Vernon Mc- Need." In the absence of the
-I nosegays of pink rosebuds. Rae leader Mrs. L. J. Parham Tallahassee;

) iiulirul Itrltle Ga.;, Mr.Jr. and Graham Mrs.Sale.James Valdosta : Mrs. A. A. Durden presided Mr. James Hair; Lake City; Mrs. LOT OF BETTER GRADE
: The bride beautiful Hair during the business session. H. P.
was radiantly Rozier Leesburg Mr. and
___ Lnke Dr. ; Worth to $1.93
__ City; S. Sternberg Daytona up
: in her wedding gown of filmy Beach; Miss Sara Margaret The hostesses served iced tea Mrs. J. R. Setzler, Laurens, S. C. $2.25 and $2.50 Quality ,
marquisette and lace made over and sandwiches to the six members ---.
I Geiger Melbourne; Mrs. H. P. BLACK
: lustrous satin fashioned present. Mrs.
princess Rozier. and Jake Rosier, Lretiburg, Wainwright Entertains
_ \. style and featuring a Queen Anne'slace Miss Nellie Hires, and Al Fowlerof Circle No. Three. Mrs. H. L. In Honor of Miss Sapp j
Hough leader, met with One style
Mrs. W. l lot
_ collar. The long sleeves were Lakeland. 1 MENS DRESS SHIRTS new up-to-date !
I made mousquetalre style with Alexander. In the absence of Complimenting Miss Dorothy;t WORTH $2.00 AND $2.a!)

3 I narrow points falling over the Rosier-Silcox' the leader, Mrs. Alexander had I Sap! whose marriage was an I ALL SIZES WHITE & COLORS
back of the hands. charge of the meeting.At .
graceful event of Regular 93c
Monday Mrs. W. M. i Value $1.69
Miss Doris Edna the !
Silcox close of
skirt with lace insertions fe'l daughter general discussion _
from the bodice and terminated : of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sllcox plans for the Garden partyat Wainwright of Tallahassee, enter-i 1 -

a long train. Her veil of sheerest : walt married to James Burton the Pastorlum on July 7, were tamed at her summer home on 59c

Illusion and lace extended beyondthe I Rosier son of Mr. and Mrs. James made. I Kingsley Lake last Friday after MILLINERY,

train of the Rosier, Saturday afternoon June After adjournment the hostess noon from four six
gown and was attached until o'clock.
to the head with a halo of 41, HI a CIOCK. me ceremony. servea delicious) refreshments to with a swimming party and buffet '' Sport t & Polo I Shirts Entire Stock of Spring and
shirred illusion and orange blognoma. took place In the Silcox home. In those present. I supper. t
The bride's flowers were the presence of the immediatefamilies ------ =--A _________ Quantities pf mixed garden
shower and WAS performed by the Swimming 49c59c98cAll
bouquet of bride's roses Party SaturdayAt flowers beautifuly arranged In
and lilies of the valley. Rev. H. M. TiUman. Hampton Beach I bowls and vases formed the decorative I Sizes Assorted Colors
.. Mrs. Sapp mother of the bride, variety of summer flowersformed motif for the occasion. ;!! 4'/./ negardleoiS of'
Hampton Lake
was attired in an attractive setting for was the scene
becomingly a
of beige lace fashioned jacket gown the simple ceremony, and the Saturday afternoon of a delightful After enjoying swimming and MENS TROUSERS I ost

style. A shoulder corsage of purple young bride and bridegroom received swimming party and fish fry. ,I other water sports the guests were

.,, asters completed her costume. many useful gifts from The following were present to enjoy -, invited into the dining room where Regular $1.25 Quality.
,1' Mrs. Sale mother of the bridegroom their numerous friends.Mr. the party: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. I i[I supper was served buffet style iI j '\ '
and Mrs. Rosier were both Hazen. Al Alexander, Gainesville; I,II I from an attractively decorated i White or Colored All Sizes 95cof
chose i1)
a of lace -
-I gown pink )
I with which she! wore a shoulder I members of the 1939 graduating Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and I table. I I )}ff
class of the Bradford daughter, Miss Elaine I Miss 98c
cor mi g, ,1 gardenias. I County High Wynn, Sapp was presented with |
Reception Hold 1 ':School. At present they are mak- Hampton; Mra. Manila demons a pair of hose a gift from the ...

Immediately following the wedding ing their home In the Evergreen and daughters Misses Christineand hostess, as a rememberance of j A real opportunity "ClearanC'e __

ceremony a reception was section. Kathleen demons. Miami; this lovely party. t a sathig on all your dry good,Sale" that \\W delight your heart and go _..yon ,OUt budl.-::;
Mr. and Mrs. nee.1A time elo1h
A. at
,. held at the Woman's Club House, Brown, Mr. Invited to be with the honoree ; Shop early while the selection' a when you most n1 ('001, SUflUiiC It
and Mrs. I.
which was attended Party For WinnersOn Fred Hazen and children and Mrs. Mrs.1 j complete.'e guarantee our dt"
by a host of I' Wainwright were: pl.- you. The Itn1A listed satJ..fadlon as It IS
____J relatives and friends. Welcoming Friday. July 7, at 4:00: o' Brooker Douglas Mr.Charles .and PbylHa \V. B. Mundy. Miss Ruth Stern- In stock. at greatly reduced! here represent only a few the countless bal'galns. Ee-r-')
the guests at the door : and Mrs. S. E. berg Mrs. P. prices Come for
was Mrs. 1 clock at the Baptist Fastorlum A. Moore. Miss yourself
Bitch and
James Hair of Lake City, who also Circles One and Three will son Gene State Farm! ; Hazel Moore Mrs W E Torode. "
; had charge of the bride's book. in honor of Circle No. Two entertain ;j, Mr. and Mrs.\ Marvin Hazen. Miss Mrs. J. W, Andrew Jr., Mra. N.I I ALEXANDER & COMPANYB
Standing in the receiving line J which had the best attendance I j I Cone, Miss Margie Math- D. Wainwright, Jr. Mrs. J, G. STARKE FLA. \

; ,,1 eve Mrs. Sapp Mrs. Sale the I record during the quarter 'Starke.ewa! and Miss Martile Hemingway I Godwin of the State Farm and E. HATFJELD, Ml"

J Mrs. C M. Mitchell: of TaU&hauee.j


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on'. JI'L\ '7... 1939__,_ __n \DPORD C'Ot' TEtiRGRArU.: STARKE. FTOnin astir Fisrl vI

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Joan Carpenter is the guest of I Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke and 1 !

Bits of I IDealN and her father:Mrs. Carpenter, J. Frank, in Madison.Mr. Carpenter. small Miami daughter are guests, Gayle of Mr Adair and Mrs.of BOY THE PC 1 { -TBOOK: -

H. C. Brown and Mr. and Mrs J. ,
and! Mrs John SCOUT .
I Wluttemore W. Andrews, Jr. I
I of Gainesville were guests Tuesday 0/ KNOY/EDGE
i of :'ll'. dad :Mrs. T. J. Griffin I NEWSBoy TAPS
I : Mrs. C. C. Mendoza und son I --. -.
) Cliff, and daughter Miss Gloria
Henry Manassa of Wuuchula wA 1 To
Johns, of Jacksonville were guests Scout 70 met last '
spent the first of the week I Troop
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND I with his sister, Miss Mina Man- Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Friday night under the leadership
Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN assa. I of Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
PROGRESS IB. Frank Robinson, III. L A. Davis ,
I q't
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite of the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphry and I a member of the Troop committee

I State Farm were guests .son, James Edward, Mrs. W. A. also attended the meeting In the
---I afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Couver and son, Lou of Palatka I absence of the Scoutmaster.. An I oIwr

surrency of Brooker was I Mrs. J. L. Peek aud Miss Clara Jones.P. were guests Tuesday of Mr. and enthusiastic session was held centering

Friday. Louise Peek were recent visitorsIn Mrs. V. B. Harrell. around the plans for attending
hur Here Ocala. j he Scout atJ Aars. .ruwnrss aravasr
E Canova and Boy camp ,
son, Paul III TM| .15P,04 55yyriwaots$1NA.
and:. 0 M. Copps spent of Jacksonville, spent the Fourth Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Denny and Echocotee, nr Orange Park The | MOO flfi rMRecTeaal

Lay m Jacksonville.ruednfromr Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Stokes of here with Mrs. Emma Canova and daughter, Margaret, of Savannah, following boys from Troop 70 attended I INTO A KNOB POSITION MAKMKIVSRS A90V AN TMS' MOKATOa o.SI|MOCMAOACTia

-- Brooker spent Thursday here visit- family. Ga., were guests of Mrs. Denny's : Frank Robinson III Enos ON A CHAOT-AnOTHIil\

Tllrs: Ralph COX have ing friends. mother, Mrs. S. F. Hamrick dur- Hayes Sunny Haynes, Mike Dew, I KNOB CAUCM TO not A UP MfCMANlCALPINMR TMI

a trip to New Or- Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of Leesburg ing the past week Billy Lee, George Flynn, Bobby i TO PttOOUC TNa AMOUNT 0* II6HT UtlP AND 'IMMIIMT IT UPON Tm CHAKACTM PAPW
Is the guest of her brotherinlawand Biggs, Buddy Davis, Leonard MONTHLY */ THIRA AMiBICAMFAWILV U rsMAC1lR!j1 MJlU It '"""
Miss Lucille of
Baxley, I Smith Sonny Peek, Comer Perry-I WITH fLtCTRIcmi HAW 7XMV 1Pfa01f I
Ga., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs sister Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Sue Cook of West Palm HALF A TOIl Of CANDU9, COSJWt ..
Miss tda man Leon Moorer, and Arch ..
rs :M F Hazen and W H, Hart. Sewell. Beach is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. es4e.es_ slap IU 1'IIQCN4V4 xA 1
In Jack- Thomas, Jr. Camp for these boys 'Will'c
[cone spent Monday : J. L. Peek. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. I
will be from the 5th thru the 12th.
Peggy Forehand of Albunu Ga. Peek were girlhood schoolmatesIn
iille Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rogers and
Transportation to furnished
was -
-' is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. West Palm Beach. camp
N. Brown re- son, Al, spent the week-end in by Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs.
and Mrs W Long and Mr. and Mrs D. P. Car- _
p Jacksonville.Mrs. E. W. Hayes accompanied by Mrs R't dB
after spending aweek's S
led Sunday penter. I The Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Cox, ;
vacation in Georgia. W. N. North, and the Scout 1
E. S. Matthews and Mrs. and three children, Arthur, Lewis I N I ;ry
e i
Frank Robinson.
in master the Rev. 1
L was spent Mr. and Mrs. L. A. '
time Davis I
the spent ,
of and Lillian, of Alachua were aalT RAY.O M
Eugene Friday in !
Mrs. spent Civic service duty was rendered i1AhY-
Jaia theii Tuesday in Fernandina
with as guests
guests Tuesday of the Rev. and I
Jacksonville. I I the ,try
by entire troop at the Fourthof +
Wyatt I Davis' mother... .Mrs.. Mary Mira. Frank Robinson. % 4 ro nta
I ---- !JA. Davis .:.:::. July Farmers' Market celebration hp, aNV era AlUtraa4; + L, / s.r s.
I 1 '
i Edwin Green of Lake Butler Is by directing traffic and doing
I 1 1i
enjoying a three weeks' visit !Ijera i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith house guest of Other duties. A Red Cross and I "" ..Z twa, '
i Mrs. O. P. of
Dyal 'wwax ,
with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, spent First Aid station was maintained IF \
I Jacksonville are guests of Mrs.Dyal's .
the week-end in Jacksonville with throughout the day by the boysof ) ,
I parents, Mr. and Mra A. THt ACMftMCVO?
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews of L. Alvarez her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. the Troop. Assisting In this AflcHAOaiCULTUR y,
New River were visiting here Wed- i and Mrs. R. E. Theis. station was the County nurse Mrs w HA
t11 C* TTO
nesday afternoon. Hlckok, aaArlrAteiTtr nt '
I Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Clenny ''
and family Mr. and Mra. E. M. Davis and There will be no meeting of the t M one eta oaV
are spending sometime flrpN
o1rtV11t, )M, I
Peggy Forehand of Albany Ga., at the J. II. Ritch cottage on daughter, Miss Jean Davis accompanied Troop this Friday night because I I v A iaiu+t / ai0'' ,

Ga., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Kingsley Lake by Mr. and Mrs. M. W. of the fact that so many boys are -
I .
W. E. :Middleton. I -- -r
Morrow of Hampton, spent Wed- in camp. The next regular | I fit

MED TO BUY cows and Mrs E. L. Middleton and Mrs. nesday in Jacksonville. scheduled meeting will be held in I from the arras and hopes from day and Wednesday. }y'k'

Market prices paid on !all Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and I Mae Jones of Jacksonville were the Church School rooms of The tho hearts of your boys and girls, An announcement of Interest. to {

ts. >. r 0 ODOM, box 247, I family attended the ball game in I guests Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. Margaret Monteith is spending First Methodist Church on Fri-I and then the shoes from their the congregation was/ made last

tu-ke, Fla 331lyr.p Palatka Tuesday night. I W. E. Middleton. several days this week in St. Au- day night. July 14. Court of Review feet nnd the warm clothing from
gustine as the guest of Dottie Sue will be held Tuesday night/ their bodies Sunday/ when the appointment of I K IIM
S\LE CHEAP- over one Mr. and Mrs.. W. N. North left I Mrs. J. G. Alvarez of Jacksonville I Biggs, who is visiting her grand July 18 and Court of Honor on It will remove fame and leave Mrs Jeannette Klncaid: liS the dl. '

iilllon Improved variety Mls- Thursday for a vacation in Ash- I is the guest of Mrs. Hilda- mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin! I Thursday night July 27. A full shame rector of the Choir was made pub- S

Jnnary strawberry plants, bye vllle and Raleigh, N. C. ; belle Bence at her summer home attendance Is expected at the next It will remove plenty and,l leave lie Mrs. F. H. Long will continue -

bed 01 by the thousand. See on Kingsley; Lake.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Denny and meeting. poverty. as Orgnnlst. Mrs K.! K.
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and I It will remove honor and leave
( R Judd, Starke, Florida.
daughter Miss :Margaret Denny IVrryinun as assistant organist
son, Othma Haynes, Jr., spent Vandlviere and Miss humiliation. ?
Mrs. S. P.
0mo.pSALE .
and Mrs. Randolph Boree of and Miss Carolyn Adorns of Savan- and Mr. Klnrald will direct the
Tuesday in Jacksonville. In It will remove fine homes and
Isabel Fernandez
spent Monday I
Jacksonville were guests Tuesdayof nah, Ga., were guests last week- choral presentations'T
: Improved variety Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and end of Mrs. S. F, Hamiick. Jacksonville. They were accom-I leave hovel.. -_..- -
brto Rico sweet potato vines, Mrs Joe Sandrews of Valdosta, panied home by George In fact alcohol will remove any
Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Typewriter ribbons, carbonpnpel" 1
125 per thousand. Missionary Ga., was the guest Tuesday of Mr. derman, Jr. of Baltimore Md.,1 thing from stains 0:1: ,',mm" second sheets { ; l,
adding r
awberry plants, $2.50 Miss Alice Fernandez who la attending clothes to the fortunesever
per and Mrs. J. E. Newsome. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and her who will spend several weeks hefe greatest
machine at Bradford County

Inusand or by the bed.Leoncandlo summer school at the Flor- amaaaed paper ,
guest Mrs. Milton Brownlee of with his grandmother, Mrs. G. w.1 by Intelligent man Telegraph.'
Box 254, Route 2, :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Is spendingthis ida State College for Women in Alderman.Mrs. --Chrlatla II Herald. rsa
ike,. Fla 6-30-41 Gainesville, were visitors In Jacksonville Tallahassee, spent the week-end' I -. --
week in Tampa with her par- ---- -- -- -
Wednesday. here with her mother, Mrs. R. S. !
SALE Improved variety ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Fernandez.Mr. H. C. Brown and daughter, METHOIDSTCHURCH I A elf rt

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register of Marion, have returned to their
|*slonarv strawberry plants, I NOTESThe COLLEGE
I Lake Butler I home here after spending several I ,x
5 per thousand. Cheaper by I were guests Tuesday and Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville -
I of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and weeks Wallace, N. C., with Mr.
1M.: R Judd. I
5-26-6mop Five i were guests last week-end Sacrament of the Lewd'sSUPPl'r I EDUCATION
IlnznlzDSOLD I ': Mrs.. Julia Eastman. I Brown who |Is In buxlnesa there
I: I
of Mrs. Guy's parents Judge and was admlnlMtered last Sun- .b.almx.dmh4wonh' M,3
RENT: Comfortable 1 I for the summer They were accompanied
up- AGB..itCQDI'MTOTAL Mrs. A. Z. Adklns,, at Klnggley: '"0.000. ThotiMad of in > ,
felrs apartment. :Mrs. S. R J. P. Burns of Atlanta, Ga., la home by Mr. Brown, tiny morning at the First Methodist lliah..d l (....... >i. unutoillh

frins' 772tSALF DISABILITY\' the guest of his sister-in-law, Miss longer Lake. visit Mrs. witli Guy remained her parents for u who spent the week-end here. I Church by the pastor the their. *duml clillJrm.
sICKN85sDBATHLl. ; Mina Manassu, and Mrs. Burns, -- ------ I Rev. Frank Robinson, assisted by
straw- Reliance Educator
Missionary I I who is visiting here. I Mr. and Mrs Clint Stewart and members nf Policy
Mrs. F. II. Long und
S. P. ,
plants J2 per thousand. Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. |
I R. C. Cone of Doerfleld arrived JW nmftut Ata/fc*"v* tfftttfIIAUOM
Rico 90c Mrs. J. M. Mitchell'and the Choir. The impressive ritual i
potato plants, Vandlvlere,
trv Mr and Mrs. R. 11. Trask and last Sunday to spend, the Fourthof ) c. WAM AiconryKflliinro
thousand Rose Cox, R 2, n swa of Lakeland Miss Lucile Mitchell spent' of the Methodist Church was usedin ,' I
M'Ur family are spending July here with Mr. and MrsB. Life liiNiiinnro Company -
44 I Mrll.1Canova I
Starke. 7-7 2tp IIAKOLD C, tALL, Agency several weeks at the Griffis cot- Friday afternoon in Madison S. Edwards They returned its entirely A large congregation I
and Mrs Vandlvlere at- : I of J'lIIIIhurlC
S. L. Good, used Frlgldie tage on Kingsley Lake. Friday, accompanied by Mrs. worshiped at the morning
Reliance Life Insurance Company tended the Stelnmyer-Uates wed-
:say>> Quigley & Davis, of lttflburlC Pone who has been spending hour and entered Into this Sacramental
|arke flu It 'I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Jones and ding. few weeks here with her parents.Mr. a//
-I service. The evening service I 1 1R
--- -- --- I daughter Miss Ferol Jones, and -- n\.ftM..1 L Ptc

----- -- ----- ![ son, L. O. Jones. Jr., spent Tuesday Betty Lou Brakes, uuiuam and Mrs. L. A. Davis will was conducted uy inn pastor,
I Woodrich, and Grace Foxworth all hilt theme "That which I IlLiM4W
at Jacksonville Beach. leave Saturday for Washington, ,fusing as :
..1 I guests the
of Jacksonville were
NAT SEZ: I -- Ga., where they will visit Mrs have, I give." The Young Pt"Oplp'mpetlngs *
i Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daugh- first of the week of Marjorie Sue Marion Moore and Mrs. Carr Col- ;'
which held at
Well, ft's, nil over but the shoutIng I tern Miss Harriet Bishop and Middleton who la visiting her ley. From Washington they will were an :
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. earlier hour were well aUt'n and I ain't even got energy I Nina Bishop and son, Harold, grandparents. go to New York City by way of .. ,

k enough; / left to shout. That tits I spent Monday in Jacksonville.. Middleton.. _. Ashville, N. C., Shenandoah Valley A discussion of the Apostle's r
-- Natural Bridge and Williams- Crrrd was led by the pastor In B ,G
the business menput
55 celebration
some Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Call of Char- Miss Elizabeth Smith of Erie. burg, Va. While in New York the Senior-Youug People'Croup/ ; VA \

on, and if there wa' a single lotte, N. C.. were guests the first Penn., en route to St. Petersburgwas they will visit the World's Fair. this group will begin the discussion '

farmer in Bradford County who of the week of Mrs. E. L. Biggs the guest Wednesday of Mr. After a month's vacation they I on next Sunday evening on J

didn't enjoy himself on the Fourth, and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ritch. and Mrs. Eugene L. Matthews, will return home by another route. I "The Modern Use of the Bible" ;

It was his own fault. It's hard to --- Miss Smith and Mrs. Matthews ---- -. --.- I The Intermediate department \

settle down and pet bark to work, The W. C'. T. U. which met were schoolmates at F. S. C. W In i; ALCOHOL, AS .\ KKMOrKi : ; I heard repents from! t those who hud I, H'

but we will all hate Borne mighty last Friday with Mrs. F. A. Scott, TallahaSHee. i Someone has said that alcohol : attended the Intermediate Christian '1.\\

pleasant memories fop a long, will meet this afternoon at 3:30: I will remove stains from summer Adventure Camp during the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Minter and week Those attending and mak-
long time o'clock with Mrs J. T. Quigley. clothes.
two sons, Frank and Billy Patten, Thin may be true but stains ing reports, were: Palsy Keen, TIMK SAVKU.SMONKV :x 4

llMMEIl CLEARANCE SPECIAL Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Patten of of Greenwood S. C., were guests I from summer clothes are not the Freddie Wlmbfily, F.UIe Green HAVKlt.4 .

IIANES Tallahassee spent the first of the Thursday light of Mr. and Mrs. only things alcohol will remove. Shirley Coney and Comer Perry- Every Ruslness Need Them .'
of Mrs. Pat W. P. Smith en route to their the stain all man. 'w.j
wek here as guests Alcohol will remove t
Ladies I
Shoes. ten's mother Mr,*. E. E. Canova. home after enjoying a vacation in I right, but it will remove the summer Services will be held at the usual, IIUV FROM \

UnderwearSHIRTS Daytona Beach. clothes as well, and also the hour next Sunday morning and

Our Regular $3.00 and Mr. and Mrs Milton Brownleeand I'spring clothes, and the autumn evening. The pastor will be in Bradford County ,

$3.50: Grades & SHORTS daughter. Catherine, of E. M. DavlM will spend this I clothes, and the winter clothes. charge and will preach on both .:.

Now Now Gainesville are guests this week week-end in Arcadia with his I Alcohol will not only do this I occasions. A cordial Invitationla Telegraph dI

of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and for the man who drinks It, but It extended to all) to worship at STAUKK, FLORIDA

Mrs. Bruce L. Davis. From Ar- will do It for all those for whom I any and all services both t on Sun

$$2.49 25cEach Mr. and- Mrs D. A. Monteith and I cadia Mr. Davis will go to Clear- I he Is responsible. |I

children and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and water to attend the Rural Mall Alcohol will remove good food | I

son Bobble were guests Sunday i Currier's convention.Mr. | from the dinner table, and IIho.a\\

MINSINGWEAR of Mrs. O. J. Griffin in St. Augus- I I I from the baby's feet I'
tine. and Mrs. P. M Barefoot and !I It will remove smiles from the

SUMMER: : CLEARANCE daughters Minxes Juanita and | face, and laughter from. the lips,,i

Underwear 2 Racks of Mr. and Mrs[ H. C. Wall and I Sara Barefoot Mr and Mrs. L of Innocent children.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Long of J. Green and daughter, Judy, and It will remove school booksi

were guests the first Barbara Keene have been enJoy- i i _________________
ne Befoot Fitting Pantie ShoesValues Tallahassee at the Klckliter I TRAIN MCIIEDULIII "The Dependable Store Est. 1894
Ladies of the week of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Wall. ing a short stay ;
Ever Made cottage on Kingsley Lake. I Following l III the schedule of -'

|RY A PAIR ONLY to $3.00 I I| trains arriving here dailY, sub- SKK: : OUR NEW: SUM.MEIt: SPOUT

I Mrs. H. B. McLendon and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Maguire jpct to change without notice: )j SPANISH LINEN.;:'(

Jeannette of Orlando are and daughter Sue, of Washington Southbound DIM Starke |, SHOES I

49c $1.00FOR guests of Mrs McLemlon's par- D. C., arrived Monday for a visit No. 1 (local)) 10:33: p m. '! Summer Pants

t I ents Mr. and :Mrs. E. S. Mat- here with Mrs, Maguire's mother, No. 107 through) .. 0:21: a. m. This! Stock Must! Go Qa

Mrs A. M Darby. Mr. Maguire ,i Northbound Hue Mtarke $:'i.50 Value

i thews. left for points In Alabama and : No. 2 (local) .-- 6:15: a. m. ,' $1.95 up t

rRE PECIAL SCHOOL : Merton F. Clark left last Thursday will visit here later. No. 108 (through) ---- 6:18: p. m. j $2.65

THREAD SILK for Baltimore Md., where he I Starke and Uannee Itranrh II i Whites, Ilrowns & Brown t

Peter ShoesFor has accepted a position as ground Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett, | No. 101 leaven Starke 7am. i ii & Whites I''f fA

Chiffon HoseSemiFashioned engineer of the Glen Martin\ Air- A. E.V ll and Eddy Coffee of I i,, No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.I'I NEW STOCK OF

Co. Jacksonville spent the week-end (Dally except Sundays) j I
Children plane here a* guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I II Hanes Underwear MEN'S; MESH {
Will give the most wear Wall. Mr Wall and Mr. Coffee
One Wiggins left Sunday for a L. I GAYI
Only for the money$1l9up vacation in Elizabethtown N. C., left the first of the week for a BEASLEY & Per Garment; Dress Shirts

Mrs Wiggins and vacation In New Jersey I
He will Join I Service Station rid
Cool As! A Breeze
the past 25c
who have
39c children,
and Mrs B. S. Edwards had

"- I week there. i j II as Mr.guests on the Fourth of July, I Washing, Polishing, l $1.50A

who :Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ray and three]|i
Nettie Dowling, spent ; of ;
I Miss Variety
IT BUY AT ( Barbara, Carolyn, and Large 'qti
PAYS TO three weeks in Jacksonville with | little girls, GreasinJC-Standard ,

her aunt, Mrs James Godbold, rei i Judith Anne, of Waldo, Mrs. Summer Socks ..V Heal Low Price on r
children, Oil ProductsOur
turned home Saturday. She wa | Charley Lord and two
Mrs. Charles and Bernice :Misses Irene Straw Hats f
accompanied by her aunt. I h Solid and Colors
Godbold. who spent several days and Louise Rlgcs, and three little I Greasing Jobs are done

here with her mother, Mr. W. S. sisters Naml, Doris, and Debris I with the best grease money 15c up 95cr. tl I F a"Y

I Stroman Dowllng., and sister, Mrs. S. S. J and Miss. Betty Green, ail of Jacksonville i can buy. Y i a..


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ICIIKMISTKY WORKER SAYS I II Description. Sec T A Owner 7yth

\) FLOIUU.11.8 MORE THAN I Lot. a. 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, a tOIl

1'I FARMERS SECTIONNOTES I 20, 21, 22 of Blk 7,
t City Park Hub-DIv "

Gainesville,-Florida has more FACTS IN SHOUT PARAGRAPHS W &: C's Addition to ,

OP INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS than 100 soil types according to I Stark -28LotH 8 23 W. B. Wat., ?,
.... of Blk I 8 -----
{ Russell Henderson, of the State 1, 2 Park, 3, B Rub DV -- It:

nr a Experiment SCatlon chemistry and SUES FOR THREE INCHES CAN SEIZE SLOTS W City A: C'. Addltlop to

Zaln has Tallahassee, The Supreme Starke ____-28 8. 22 W. D. Wat-on
R.URAL I soils department. Miami, George K. Gasklns Add _29 8 82 4 ---
of counties to Blk 9 ( Unknown ---- 4''
in soils are determined demanding Court upheld right -
IjousdwldKITCHEN SENSEBy Differences gone into court pos I John Com at NW Cor of ------ 7:
by color, texture, consistency -: session of a strip of land only; seize clot machine property. "\V'4. of NEV &: run ;,
from a ruling S 210 ft. E 728 ft N
and thickness of surface, three inches wide. Reason for Pasternack appealed
210 ft, W 728 ft to pt
COMFORT SPUDS JOHNSON sub-surface, sub-soil, and substratum i Zaln's anxious Interest in the soil', by Circuit Judge George W. Ted- of beg-3 Mi A ______29 8' U 4 3. b[. WK-h

con- der of) Broward County, claimingthe of NE% 29 8 U 10 -" ---
HOMES SHOULD BE3 layers. Three inches of his building NEW of 8K14 Henry Grim, ; Ictp
Kitchen comfort In the hot FARM SAFE ANDDURABLEROGERSSAYS Soil colors, Henderson points structed in 1926, are resting on it. title of the 1937 Anti-Slot W 101\ ft of Lot 3 &: all X. -? --- \
ATTRACTIVE, did not cover the Lot 4, 6, 1 on S aide
months Is not only a matter of reducing out, are produced primarily by organic Machine law The court of NEV4 of NE'4 ____29 9 22 t Corley John '

the number of hot food matter, Iron compounds! PRISONERS INCREASETailahaaseePrisoners forfeiture of property. E'/(, of NE% of NE'/i ex ---. I!,
held the title describes the law and :2 I A N of Ry ___-31 8 23 18 W. H. Not
Soils **] ____
of the oven, Farm homes and buildings in silica, and lime. may range held by; __
and the prolonged use the disputed section is connectedwith SW% of NEVi\ -- ht
arrangement of many Southern states, including in color from white, yellow or the state increased from 3,601 to act. of woy &: SE4ght t
the of the
but Improving have been the object of through greys and browns to blackas 1- the rest NEtt ex 10 A on S pside .
to cut down necessary; Florida, Increase 3,659 during May. There were .- ________________81 8 U" 64 B. C. Holland
kitchen content ;
ff .
the recent .
comment during their organic at Raiford ..
much '
it 673 in the state prison Com at a pl 205 ft E tl':
steps and movements may result years. This comment both favorable Color in organic soils denotes l-544 in road camps and the remainder TEMPER! COSTS *5 I of NW Cor of Wto of ,, "

In cooler and less tired house- and critical, has been quIte stage of decomposition, a raw in other institutions. Ten Miami,-Judge James A. Dunn E NWVi 180 ft of ,SE"S 260,; &ft: ,run W I ..,,-'

: } wives.A justified in many cases. peat being usually brown muck escaped during the 31-day period think a person taking advantage I 160 ft, N 260 ft to ,

: In The attractive, well built home in an advanced stage of decay being but three were recaptured. of free services performed by beg _..232'X 8 22'. 1 Fred Albert Jr. _-
4 good housekeeper moves and buildings have evoked favor- black; red and yellow soils are filling stations haven't the right A In NE Cor of S'/j .** I ---- I Ill I,
orderly sequence from the refrige- I of SEW of SW>H __32 6 22 .,,1 Vasco Mltch-ll,
;; Color .
iron He imposed
able comment from many who produced by compounds. to become too insistent. ------ to
and sink 460 ft N from PW
+ to the work table IX BUILDING Com _
rator have seen them from the highway; Indicates chemical make-up, a fine of $5 and costs on Cor of NWV of SEW
to the range, and to the dining) Tallahassee,-The Miami Fort & E S90 ft for a
1? of or from closer inspection, while which has an important bearingon Mrs. Mabel Register for blowingher : run
without crisscrossing Beach districts! pt of beg, thence run
table Lauderdale Palm
those of poor construction and< soil fertility. horn five minutes because an E70 ft, H 210 ft, W )

paths Food Is prepared chIefly; with little or no paint have Soils of high organic content led all sections of the state in May early morning attendant stopped 210 ft, thence roaa.r-
at the sink and work table. for permits issued by the State bout 31 ft to !
t' work Is begun. brought forth unfavorable remarks Henderson explained, can hold cooling her overheated radiator to thence along E side
4I f, Is it stored have to cross and criticism. more water and plant nutrient Hotel Commission for construc-' fill another motorist's gas tank. of. road to pt of beg32 8 22 Belle Here ._.__. ,ll

Does the homemaker Considering the assistance that and tion of hotels, apartments, restau- he had a cash Lot 1 of Blk 5, Lincoln \
such calcium magnesium, "After all lady,
the room continually to get her as rants and rooming houses. Thdistricts' < City __________33 6 U' Unknown. tl
often be obtained from the Muck all wanted was -n ':
can potassium than others. can: customer, and you
materials, or are they kept withIn total $928,819 and Lot 8, 7 of Blk 5 Lincoln 1
1 in the food-storage federal government and other absorb more plant nutrients than; was water," said the judge. I City .-32 8 22 Wm McLeod 1,1,
easy reach, for building, remodeling, that for the state $1,078,119. Lot 3 of Blk 8 Lincoln -----
+ cupboard the refrigerator, and agencies peat soils because its organic City _______________33 8 22 Ella William
,i bin? How or improving farm homes and matter is more finely divided. Lot. 2,3 4 of Blk 7 ------

I possibly the vegetable to the< buildings and the great need of Other soil pointers brought: out WARNS OF PAY CUT OUT FOR SENATE Ocala Lincoln City ______32 8 22 Rhetta Gumming .... i 1'1,'
refrigerator Frank
the Lincoln
''l near Is Ocala, Marcus Lot 1 of Blk 8
food-preparation table? Could It better, more comfortable, more attractive by Henderson include. the follow Talla.baaaee-State Comptroller merchant and representative from City ,_.33 6 22 Ed J. Johnson ."__ II
for rural living, Com at loa ft S
4 places ing: J. M. Lee has warned about 200 a pt
be nearer? most Marion county In the 1939 legislature of Nw Cor of NWVl
food Is ready to cook, there is little excuse In cases Red soils contain much iron, employes of his office to prepare announced his candidacy for of NW'4\ A run S 656 .
When for shabby farm dwellings and with themselves for salary cuts becausethe ft B 525 ft, N 565 ft, -
; how near Is the stove ? If the barns. which combines rapidly phosphate the state senate at the annual W 525 ft to pt of bra 33 8 22 Mrs. Annie E. P tilt _. l'
-r and pans have to be and makes it unavailable to state "faces a crlnls. "There'sno Woodmen of the World picnic at SVi' of NWW of NWWAliio -
various pots
t' Commenting on the matter recently White indicates Inert use to fool ourselves," he told the ftfg at 8 line .
I filled with water, are they bandy plants. Fellowship. The vacancy In 60 ft W of Ry A: run
1i to the sink? Are most of the Professor Frazier Rogers, materials, aa In sandy soils; it also his assembled worker "You Marlon county senatorship was "H. 16\ degrees W 280 '

of the University of Florida College indicates calcium, a valuable might Just as well begin to make when Senator ft, thence. W 15 degrees -
and hunt created yesterday
small implements pans N to W line of
or doe one have to rummage of Agriculture, said: "It behooves nutrient in marl, or lime soils your arrangements to accept a Charles A. Savage, who was elect- Her! 83, thence N to
up all of us to strive to make NW of of
cut in SW4
l around in drawers or closets to homes and buildings Color also Indicates kind ot ed for a four-year term in 1938, NWW, thence E to

r get them out? our farm drainage poorly drained soils usually resigned to accept appointment as beg, -33 8 22 25 The American Trust Co 11'
/u I safer, more durable, and more All SE of E of
What distance Is walked in setting : beautiful.1" being grey or black in surface MERIT SYSTEM EXAMS! assistant states attorney for the road __________ ____83 8 22 20 Mike Dew __ _____n_ T.:
the table, from the place layers and bluish grey or Jacksonville, July 15 Is the fifth circuit. All SEW of SEW W of
And Professor Rogers gave road _33 8 22 20 Joe .
mottled in the subsoil. deadline date for the State h i
where the china glass, and silverware farm taking + Lot 2 of Blk 2, J. M.
things these: suggestions for better of individual Welfare Board merit system ex- Johns Sub Dlv of
9a are kept? Could these Texture refers to size HOGS GO FISHING
homes and buildings: amination for district director, NEW Of NEW _33 II 22 1 Mrs Fannie fit. wart 11
? A and
,r be stored more conveniently foundations soil particles proportion Apalachlcola,-The story of wild 5 A "q In 8R Cor of

dish cupboard within arm's reachof Strong are essential in which they are associated unit supervisor and visitor. All which swim in the bay after NEW of SEW ______34 II 22 5 D. D. Woodard ______ I
for a building Is no stronger surface soils\ In applications must be filled out and hogs SWW of NWW _35 II 22 40 Bertha 1IIcWu1n ______ i.t I i..
the Mink Is a great stepsaverespechllly Florida range
than its foundations. Founda- fish was told here by a local cat- RV4 of 8WW of 8WW 36 8 U 20 E. E. Lu hm_ I
if it runs through the order of increasing silt and clay; mailed to the state office of the who described recent 8270 ft of NWW of

to the dining room side. tions should be placed on rock or content from sands through loamy; welfare board here by that date. tleman, a NWW --_____35t 8 U 9 N. M. Bradley _______ 11
partition St. Joe Point a 30-
strong brick. To prevent decay roundup on 1 t tract 1050 ft N A S
,, If this can't be arranged, a wheel sands and sandy loams to clayi Blanks may be obtained at any mile uninhabited peninsula on St. by 210ftE&Wln
v will lot of steps at and $ermlte damage, all lumber of soil texture Is foundIn of the district welfare offices or NE Cor of NW'4 of
save a
f tray touching the foundation should be Joseph's Bay. "The bogs are not NW'4 ___ __35 8 U 5 Cal GII880n _. I
l meal-tlmea. the ability of very fine clay; from the state. office. ordinarily razorbacks but a cross W% Of W'h of NtiV I
treated with creosote or slmlliai of NW'' ________436 ,
main work centers particles to absorb and hold nutrients -0- "" 8 U 10 Mrs. Sarah Hull h 4
With the four material. Sufficient room be- with something else, The hogs NW'4 of NE% InN 6 AIn

well planned, for preparation of tween ground and floor is necessary : and prevent them from ORDER STRIKES: HOME were swimming in brackish water, NE Cor 3 'l 22 35 T. J. Alderman __ i
leaching out.Consistency. DeLand When Magistrate N 25 A of NW'. of .
+ raw food cooking, serving and for good ventilation. Is the coneslve ability Maurice Foster ordered the sheriffto and would duck under frequently, SWW x 8A E of road 3 'l U U Willie King 11
coming up with fish in their N% ot'SE'4 ot SW'4 __ 3 7 22 20 Mrs. Cornelia D qrlttll 1.
clearing up the next step for Never use decayed wood be- of soil particles. A sticky or seize a mule from a negro de- N'". ot NE'4 __________ 4 'l 22 80 Mr. A. A. Wllllal1lson L':

4 summer worksavlng la to elimi- cause it will continue to be a soil does not leach as muchas I linquent in time payments he had mouths NI.V of NEYLf NE% ofNE'4
plastic 1 ____ ___. 1
ex W A 5 'l U 4 T. J. Alderman h
nate articles that are not used source of infection and will spread. loose sand.Thickness no idea his own home life wouldbe Beg 210 ft E of NW

; much during hot weather. Decide For safety of all who use them,, of different layers hasa affected. But shortly after the GETS REAPPOINTMENT Cor of NW% of NEW

which utensils might as well be steps should be uniform and great Influence on leaching and order was issued the phone rang. Tallahassee, Governor Cone ft&runS210ft, N 210 ft. ,W E 420 420 -

stored away until fall, and push to strong, with rails for support root distribution. Thus, a deep] It was Mrs. Foster "The'sheriff launched the new State Milk Con- ft to beg: _____n_ 5 'l 22 2 Susie Miller .___ I

;; the back of the shelf some of them where needed. sandy soil is less productive thai has taken away the mule from a trol Board by putting it under the 6 A..., in NW4 SE! Cor ex1Aln: of SEW .....

supplies that go with winter baking Homes and buildings should be a sandy soil underlain by clay. : man I hired to plow up the yard," command of buslness-woman-\", NE Cor, also 4 A 470 '
ft H <& W
Ur l'' and seasoning. painted for two purposes, to give Florida soils have been formed : she complained. grandmother, Mrs. J. D. Aldermanof N &: 14. N of by &375 adjoining ft- ,.

I --+ them an attractive appearance ando of ocean deposits of sands and clay I Jacksonville. She Is a carry- : 5 A described ".

Half Trice! Ivory plate "10- protect them from weather and or limestone and marl. Most soils i "HUNGER" MARCH over from the old board, whose 8 A above In RE_ .Cor_of NE'4____ 5 'l 22 8 Marshall Jnuks n -- 4

3 formal*" 100 for 91 (envelopes oxidation. Deterioration of ma- derived from limestone and mari Ocala,-Assailing the legislature life will expire June 30 when the of NW'being 1641.4ftE&Wbyb50-

Included), usually 60 for $1.-- terlal is often due to oxidation,, are more productive than those for failure to appropriate $7,200- new board takes charge. The < ._ II 'l 22 t :Marshall Jaikvn __.. I

Bradford County Telegraph. which can be prevented by a good developed on sands and clays. I 000) for old age pensions W. L. Governor picked four of the six L tt14 cr&NtVy', of jE-!

;!n paint. Good paint, even though Accumulation of organic matter Gray, state councilor for the persons who will serve as board IV of% NEVa of NW4ofvE__________t/a_ 'l 'l 22 10 Oscar Ostern"nn ,_ I

more expensive, should be used. has been favored by poor drain United Pension Club of Florida, members, with Mrs. Alderman as "X :2 I A on N end ex

: BUSINESSDIRECTORY Attention to these and other del age resulting from the flat reliefof addressed !a small gathering in chairman and milk, commissioner. JEW Ry of- NErk_NWUof _____ 8 'l 22 16 Mary. John*"m' '- I

tails will result in safer, more attractive a large part of the state.VKK the courthouse here. He is pro- "f 8E'4 & SE% 0 f

and comfortable march" Tallahassee ESCAPE SE4 _---10 L. B. Alexander .--
more moting a "hunger on A NARROW ---- 'l 22 120 --
; S' of NEIof SEyj __10 7 22 20 L. B. Alexaml''] 1SW i itt
t 1 farm homes and buildings. ) $3,000,000 PAID to urge the governor to Tarpon Springs, The city of of011.4: ----____io 7 22 40 L. B. Alexander ------

-4- TO }'WRlD.FARlmmS call a special session of the legislature Tarpon Springs by the merest NI.V NEV4 A NE'/o or

t FEAR FOIL WATER SUPPLY IN VAST 12 MONTHS/ to provide for larger pen- chance narrowly missed a severe NW'/o" 8E'4& -s'y---of---SW14---_;_it 'l 22 360 L. B. Alexand-1 r II
sions and said the March will be bombing which would have caus- W'/4! of .VE. & RW'of %

Miami,--Southeast Florida officials Gainesville, Between July 1, started July 18, He urged his ed the death of several citizens SE'Io SEi4 of of NWWIt 1 22 60 L. B. Alexanrt-] i -- I
061 '
concerned over a salt invasion SE'4 : NW
The drink of fresh water wells 1938, and June 15, 1939, Florida 1 hearers to write the governor in and extensive damage last week.A -of NW'7 22' 80 I.. B. Alexander'' ) i i
supported -
farmers have received a total 01' the meantime. gang of city laborers were at NIj, of NW\4\ of R'V'4 11 7 23 20 Unknown --' L
9I that a plan for a federal survey although Sty of NEW of SWW\ __11 7 22 20 1. B. Alexan.b I tt
Commissioner Alexander 13,000,225 in payments from the .--- work widening the pavement on N. -h 14 7 22 320 I. B. Alexan" I
City IW II
'. federal government under the SCHOOL FOR PATROLMEN: one of the streets. Suddenly one SE A Fly' ofSlVU14 7 U 240 Foster I'hl II'h
everyhodyknows Orr, Jr., said there was no Erb. of NE\. & NWy
i Immediate cause for alarm. agricultural adjustment program, Tallahassee, State Road De- of the men's pickaxes brought to of NE'4 -------____-U 7 22 120 L. B. Alexandra" .- 11 1RE' I
according to [i. G. Clayton, state partment officials expect to starta the surface a cylinder about eight Roy of 1'0-/0: ot SE7 __16 7 22 20 lien Hall :
/ of SW". ____ P.P-} I
18 Inca
4i- BRIGHTER nAmES AAA administrator.Of training school during Augustfor Inches long.: He called the foreman Wty of RWy, -"---NE y. 'l 23 41) Iny

this amount he says $272,733 the 60-member State highway who took one look at it and of SEI,. ---_____ 7 22 120 Unknown .' Ii!
Daytona Beach, Dr. W, T. -SW'4 of \
SEW"ln ___ Pdl.ud' : '
5ltDOT. 17 40 Inez lye
----- 7 22 )
1937 cotton adjustment established by the 1939 A careful
Pride. professor of obstetrics in was in patrol yelled "Dynamite" All 1414' of N";. of

n the University of Tennessee, Mem- payments, $486,688 In 1937 sugar legislature.. Actual operation of search disclosed that the workmanhad $SWy' <<0NE'4/ "f
and In agri- the will not until October uncovered of
$2,240,804 patrol begin
phis, told a, gathering t>f Florida payments, a deposit twenty Ry .x 2 A RE Cor
COCA-COLA CO. doctors here that babies today are cultural conservation payments to because drivers' licenses are sticks of dynamite, complete with & NEW Of SWU of I

34,297 farms. This latter figure due October 1 and Governor Cone explosion caps and everything. E.W'4 --------------_ 'l 22 30 Bolen John"
brighter than those of ten orwenty a 1 A lot In BW
ARE with $1,363,917 to( 24- laid there would be no for The Cnr of
WE "Its because compares money pickax of the workman had SEW! of SE'4 I
years ago
? under the 1937 the until then. A time for missed the of FlE'4 'l 23 W. H. Griffin I
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS 846 farms program patrol cap on the first stick 'r.nts "
,; 3. of
T their mothers live right, said Dr. 4 Erk"l4 :_19 'l 22 Mrs. F. P. Cr't: -
y ride, who has been bringing ; he licenses to be put on sale has uncovered by only an inch. The 1 140 f NEW & 8W'.4 of ..

"These payments were made tcarm not been fixed. The Road Depart- dynamite was carefully removed NEil jx rood &: S% _'
babies into the world for of '
thirty NEW of "
CARPENTER'SThe tenants and sharecroppers ment said it had received hun. before I 2 w% ex": t tR'4 41
years.( Under, modern scientific operators, work was resumed. Howit A In fiE Cor --___ 'l 22 135 rues Ivey Pd11 +

Rexall Store guIdance; mothers now face chlld- to assist in carrying out dreds of applications for the 60 came'to be placed there Is still N'y of of NW'4 810)4 or RW'4 2 .20 7 22 10 Fr C. Geiger --
u A In
roil building practices and to help jobs Patrolmen and officers, except !a mystery. SW Cor I IN 1I
birth with the prospect of "sleep 20 'l 22 78 UnknowJI711 -
into line with the director will be under of NWr4ex12A
bring farm income + I II!
; PLUMBINGPrompt lag through their pain safely Dr. farmers for the civil service but must aWln SB Cor .---__-21 'l 32 18 Toes Ivey pollard ---- i
Pride said. "If men had had to prices paid by they serve Rubber stamps, stapling machInes >4 of NW-21 7 22 40 Unknown -- ..---

Service at bear the babies he declared, things they buy," Clayton said. !a one-year probation period and at the Bradford County Telegraph E'g of NW'4 of SW'4 21 7 22 20 R. T. Corbin .". j I

Reasonable Prices Outstanding features of the pus a civil service examination. 8W Off NEy4 --S____U 'l U 40 J. C. Lu -- -
"they would have been protecteda '4 of
Let Me Estimate Your Job 1937 and 1938 programs In Florida,, I 'R14t, & wty of

C. M. RITCH hundred years ago" aa women listed by Clayton, have been an Continued from page three) & fll.V of SEM "f REgt p&Wf
are '
protected now. I ::- of SW rA r.
Increase from 31,000 to WOOOacres .... ---- Y8 UO Unknown '
Tale. ...' f' -------- 'l U -
seeded to new pastures. Increase D..erlotlnn See. T n A Owner A l'o.ts of NF.4' & flE'4 of
NWi! & NE,4 efNEWT l IINw
from 26,000 to over 40,000farmers
Lots> To tt or BIle 18. REy' T u 1841 Unknown 1
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT participating in 1938, and 1.lvln"lton. Truby & NWt L4, Ofr --- __(9 'l U 40 W. O. Seal" -
('o'e Addition to. ex A
till more in 1939. or partsof In NF.
fltarle" 28 8 n Cor&9AIn INWI
Aln. Julia Eastman __ 5.76 .
18 counties have been mapped Lot tofIlkCN..1.Jones NW Car ______ I 11
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS ;--- 7 22 sa C. Van Abor. _:
: of 5E77
by aerial photographs. Acreage Add tn tark. 2S a 12! Unknown _______ 3.7 sty rf -----___ 7 2Z .0. M. C.
Elk 4 In ] I
Lot> 3 of Iilk 2 Temples Ha.mp
Phone 13 STARKE, FLORIDA devoted to soil building and soil Addition tn fit ark. _U 22 Carl Johns 2.12 ton -341 'l 22 Marlon One,' "'
es.-- Lnrs 7. 1, j
,1 ;j0 of
Lot 11ik I
improving crops is much larger, 1 of Bile 11, Temples 10 I In
Addition to Alnntenne Daugl'Bike "
Add 110 'l W. E.
and notable progress has been Starke ___________.28 8 23 l'nknown _______ 3.10 3, 4, 6n 'Vrlll'htl 23 II
made in building terraces on the Lot 4, I of Dlk 14, TernpI I Add --,---- ---- ,30 'l 22. Foster Shl Sm "I
i Lot \
BOREE FUNERAL HOME e e Addition I toNtsrk. ft eq In BE
rolling lands of northern and west- -------------2$ 8 23 Co A. Futch _________ ..45 Cnr of Dlk 9 'Vrlght. I Sw'Sdot
Full line of Caskets &: Undertakers Supplies I rn Florida. Lot a of Bik U. Tem 1 -. -_______. -___ 7 22 C.eP.iPearsl .- .
ple. Addition t oStark. 8F.4 110 c
AMBULANCE SERVICE Clayton says that sugar pay- ----___-_-1I 6 U r. O. Prevatt -...___ 3n ;? SE'y.oofsWi_' 'l 22 INEV.ot
A DAY AND NIGHT ments amounting to $752,000, on :Lots 0. 7. It oBik C. '.' of qC'''---=--: IO 7 23 11 C. P. Pure"l
B8 PHONE B3 Aisln.a' Addltlon toStarke ..N'h of I
y: the 1938 will be made duringthe ;
: 8E
G. H. BENNETT. crop __ u 8 U Dr. P. A. Brinson __ 5.112 of of. -- 0 7 22. 80 fra. Ida D U \ '
Mirr. SEI
"f % .. 4 on .
next few days while adjustment -, Lots A. B, C Bile 1. .R:1E.: .A
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Wynns Addition to F. .''de \ t 2:
payments of $200,000 on the Stark- -------------2/ II U Boyd 1101l0wa ___ 5.48 N E 'rh8WyNE 'l H Mr. Man! \. ernsof
1939 cotton crop are expected tobe Lot 6 of Bik 2i-J. M.John. .' ? SE'o f Nl\ \ U

made before fall. Add to Starlce IS 5 U C. F. Hoover 1.110 SWyi & Et. of i
Lots 2. I. e. 7. 1 of Rlk --- I NWL1 "f
1. City. Park Sub DIT of 8W'4 0f9 W 3N(. I!

BEGINS 26T1I YE.\K W & C. Addition NN4y ""of 8W'/i 32 Phi > U
SPECIALYOUR I ;'ri' 7 22 140 Foster t!
W. to fltark. 28 U "'. B. Watson __
Hradenton A. Harris 1A ---- 4,46 S\\ -------- 'l 22 80 T>. K. KnllJh
Lots> S 1i,16
7. n, NEV, ___
.foS -- 40 D. E.
started his 26th year as chief of 20 filL WI,. of BEV86-- 7 22 EntBUrr"' I
U: } : \ o1 Mic'l: 8W14Lot of 7 22 20 Robt.
MW ,
> '
Bradenton's fire Pro
having M.
department, ----- a 40 Leigh
CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c CIty Park Sub DIy W S., of SE' %-X26 22 t I IW
been appointed to the & hWy I
post C'I
Addition to of __.25 ?.f. P<"
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD June 15, 1914. When he took 1.01.Starke n. U.____14._--__5'___ I U w. B. Wallon ____ 12.15 I Lot 1------------------t7 II II 22 23 300 84 .-Leigh Leigh M.M. Pear Peal SLot :I

charge for the department he was "f Blk a. City Park Lots 1.2------------U. 6 23 27 Leigh f. FeS j
k7 TO the only paid member. Volunteers Rub Div W & COI Ad- 4ex 11.A--In---NE36 9 12 161 Leigh

PAYSmith's t dltioD to Starke ___U I U W. B. Watson ___ I Cor & all Lot..4 e
were summoned with the aid of I Lot. t. I, e, 7. I. t. to -- 4.76 8..all road'

a large: bell to one of the city's of Blk 4. City Park Alt t/t!: LWoti 6, u -___ 313 Leigh ST. Pea 'rail
( Sub DIy W a Cs Addition I / 8. :, a, I W 23 2

old> buildings., The bell has long Lot. to Starke ___II I' IS W. B. Watson ___ '.11 All Loot 10W"-----of 1 I 23 U Lel.bT )C. Pea"s" :
Garage since been la disuse though it I. 3. a. t. 1.. 11, > road :
11. 11 of Blk I City & aU j 8012 :
bangs in .the cupola of the city ,'l Park Sub nIT W Lou --- t 23 13< Leigh M. pen' s .,
hall here. C'. Addltloa to .1.-

Starke _. - __ __II I IS W. B. Watson ____________..... I C. A. KNIGHT of Bradford7 Taj ,, 1rl41o,onty. s 1

7 L.,.

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LAV i['"i"SL- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. "STATIKITjoWH ......."AJ. _... ..."''.....a........&.. '

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Washington record-smash- Increase of $22 .OOO.000 additional I

uid farm bill, carrying $l.194- I Another $113.000,000 can be ,

498,633. emerged from Congress used to remove farm surpluses by Ir

-- ., ...""..,.....".".1.rnm, A.,, "" ..... I dent recently Roosevelt's and was sent to) Presi- purchasing products for distribution -I'
JI'oV"'q.B.U'TIST desk. to relief clients and by grantIng ,,
METHODIST PRESBYTERIANRev. : EPISCOPALRev. 1 As finally passed the bill
CHRISTIAN contained export subsidies This is in
A E I.I&lffootPaoto' Rer. Frank Pastor Robinson Chas H. Allen, Fr4 Yerkes, Jr. I Rev W T. McQuIrt about $350,000,000 more addition to $90,000,000 available :
f. Rector
,upt.sunda B. K. Perryman, Pastor Sunday School Sup Sunday Pastor School' than recommended In President from customs receipts for these I j

J. Thom) Set. Oen. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella j. s ... Mrs. Ira Wilson Supt Roosevelt's budget and some purposes. Congressmen from dairy :i '
oj of Church School Mrs. E. M. Davis Organist
sundaY Sch Mornlnlf Church School Church School 8upt. Mrs James Carlisle Sunday 11) o'clock School $237,000.000 more than last year'sact and livestock regions, which do ILt

1 45 ABCA!! Ice 10 A. M. Roy Mathews Service Worship Service' Senate-House conferences, not share in direct benefit payments

11 A. Dtupttat Morning Service 11 Worship A. M. Church School Sunday School Every 2nd Sunday however had whittled about $23- obtained this fund.
TraLdnt 10 A. M. 10 A. M. 11 o'clock a. ra. 000,000 from
Evening! "Worship the total first voted .
8:00 ,
: I : o'clock The bill also carried 8000.000
Sundays __ p. m
nluo Ice, Service 8:00 P. M. Morning Worship tl A. M. the
by Senate
S. Prayer
Meeting although adding
v.nln'p Sfr&Yef '> Young: Peovlfr'e 11 A. M. Fridays __. 8:00 P. M. Wednesday : for benefit payments to sugar .1.W !"
'.Oq Night $360,000,000 t8 g
to the
DtaetlnlRM League Meeting Sigma Chi 7:00: p. m. Holy Days..19 A. )t. 8:09: o'clock amount origIn- growers!, $48,000,000 for the farm .
7:00 P. M. ally In the
'. approved House.
dnt.dR) tenancy $24,000,000 for .
Prayer MeettngWednesday. program t :c. .
Planter CIU'IICII Of
HIIIST! Most of the funds
anova 8:00: P.M. Harry provlded- the soli conservation service, and
Mona ,
rs Choir Dire Mr*. F. H. Long, -MISSION HALL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored Pastor about $$900,000,000will( go for $6,000,000 for crop insurance on _
powell) Organist and Choir Sponsors! I ; by Bible Study 10:30 farm programs developed by this wheat.
Chalrn.anard / peaLonsJ. Director Mr. and :Mrs.J. Mr. and hire A. MWorship administration. These Include di- ir
it Mrs E. K. Ferryman, T. Quigley J. T. Quigley| and the Other major Items In round to-
Klckllier Lord rect
F Assistant OrganistT. Supper every payments to farmers
Chalrnla rt ,. "tees TLong, Assistant Bible Study, each. I each Evangelistic Friday and Service Sunday Sunday Kvenlnir; 11:00 WorshipBKOOKER : A,M. removal of farm surpluses and the tale, were:

and f. 0 Pn."U Choir DirectorJOB Tuesday evening 8:00: evening 8- -:oo-- a..ou r. hr. I -farm-. --. tenancy program. $2 .000,000 for co-operative extension F

Another sizable chunk would work with States Includ 6
vice of the ones who are more go tl
for ing experimental station and re 1 -I
spiritually wise than they are Federal activities that directly LL -

JONES "worldly wise." :Mrs. L J.. Parker, Correspondent affect the general public as wellas \ search.
the farmer TheM Include $28,000,000 for the Farm Credit' ll'ML

On Here The Bible says, "Train up a Honored on Birthday about $200,000,000 for highways Administration. k-_ )p $

Comments child in the way he should go and :Mrs. Martha Parker celebrated and roads $7,000,000 for the $20,000,000 for the Forest Service ; _

And Hereafter when he Is old he will not depurl her birthday anniversary Sunday Weather Bureau and Its forecasting i o

from It." He"may depart from It July 2, in Douglas, Ga., with her services and $3,000,000 for $16.000.000 for the Bureau of r tt

when he Is young:, but If the proper children there. Mrs. Parker Is 83 the Food and Drug Administration Animal Industry, which inspects;'I xa 'a.l 'a ,' ,
the man that walk F i.F I'I'r'r
fBlcsse< old and meats fights livestock disease r
Christian Influence is broughtto years very active In spite y
nol", i -m ,ounsel of the un bear In the life of a child that of so many years. The things she ,I The bill carried J725.000.000: for and does slmlllar work I ''di ama14 qY 1 t tv

Iy AD mgodly man Is .noessaiilv t Influence will produce results In loves most to do are to travel and benefit payments to cotton, wheat, $6.000.000 for combating Insect''

fish. She is the corn, rice and tobacco farmers pests and plant diseases
at' adulterer, a thIef, old age. Harry :Monroe said toe mother of twelve I I
; the writer "I have seen dozens of children of whom ten are living' who comply with the Crop Control $8,000,000 for agricultural I marketing U 7f

a murder.He may even bums in the Pacific Garden fission and the grandmother of 55, and Act. President Roosevelt recommended services I I

,ral imi may have some ver;y in Chicago. I have rarely great-grandmother of 23. I I $485,000.000 for these The 4.000000 for the Biological
we consider trait a House raised this to $500,000,000 Survey which to ,
maltus attempts con
d seen a bum who was reared in A long table was spread out i I 1 i r1
,of sin. The ungodl; I I and then \ Senate wild life. ,_. _. ...... .. .
this world ys a Christian home. The few bums under the big oaks and was beautifully I finally acepted a serve ---- ""-""" & .. .--_ ",,, "'i

in is H man who simply live I have seen who were reared in decorated with mixed garden I BLACK Imported linen dress with detachable: bib and cuffs Is J :

hout God When he under e Christian homes. In spite of their flowers and a large birthday I(; BEETLE PESTS surface. As many as 000,000 1sugge.ted by Good Housekeeping for July as the answer to the II1I!t
"I have been in
grub found
task he never says one
a career girl's summer problem.
:es '", dissipation and sin always carried cake. She received many useful) ARE ABOUT TO I
is what God would have me do? acre
some of the good marks put upon and lovely gifts for which she expressed -: "' -
has no God-consciousness. H a their lives when they were child- her thanks. MARCH AGAIN "A few farmers, Livingston WAREHOUSESAT season. Purchase tobacco, at t
lives without God. H I said, "have abandoned their crops.They .
Live Oak Is
ply ren." The most serious business in Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hai-grnves LIVE OAK governed by a Tobac
allies God's air, enjoys God'ihlne s Florala Ala., Thousands. of didn't get half stands, be-
the world is children. Yet co Hoard of Trade, made
rearing and of
family spent last Sunday at up Y w
eats God's food uses th cause of the grubs.
,, white fringed beetles new Southern IN READINESSWith
there are fathers and mothers who Fannen Springs visiting the Chap- buyers and warehousemen which
that God The Federal Government now
'deal length gav
crop menace, already are em-
exerrlses, the mental facul think they have enough Intelligence mans. They had a pleasant ride erging from the ground in this has stepped In with a qual'Bntlne'l prohibits speculators operating $
to their children opening day of tobaccosales
up on Mr. Chapman's boat down the
received from God and any products moving out of I often' to
9 which he ', Alabama-Florida border sector- I the detriment of grower.. f,
set for July 25: warehouseslaunched
without asking for divine leadership Suwannee River. Mrs. Chapmanis
does not recognize; God. HE and millions to follow this original area of infestation ryk,
be and wisdom from above. a sister of Mr. are expected an extensive drive to acquaint Floor operators at Live Oak are
in tht morning when Godos Hargravcs. have the lust two must first be Inspected and receive -
:s up +-- as they 1 Florida leaf l growers with reminding growers that one of the
G. E. McGauley, O. C. Kelley approval for shipment. A
the door of the day and goe years.A the lidded facilities at Live Oak
MISSION HALL111) and Mrs. State remains in effect. factors determining warehouse $ nc ,
Hargraves met the quarantine
at night when God draw s ,
sleep TAUKUNACLH: corps of Federal and State thlx season. To meet the rapid l
curtain of darkness. But her entomologists, prepared with weapons growth of the Industry in this
thinks about God. He doesn'tp getting the school building fixed.C. of control and destruction the strange wingless beetles state a new warehouse was built With that In mind they are urging
The Fourth of July was observed
J. Powell of all of them females and
Starke sent ---
to ask, "Where am I getting was capable
at the Mission Hall by thanking have mapped their campaign and the brick floor operated by growers to make large sheets,
out to investigate our school of reproduction within themselves
Who those
air lighted stal'lthe God for His blessings last this week to see what B. P. Livingston director of they had spread to half a Lee Knott last season extended to thereby reducing selling costs. I? r
Who unlocked thE< repairs
sky' double Its former size Live
r of the morning and swung 1 tk It Tuesday nIght would be necessary. Board mem- plant industries for the State De- dozen other Alabama sections, and Oak In reality eight, giving warehousesfor They point opt. however!' that tobacco ",

on golden hinges)? Wlu The subject of the Bible study ber K. J. Lewis says "a new roof partment of Agriculture and In to small areas" of Mississippi and the 1939 Bales of the same grade should be

nted that blush on the cheek was "The Heart." The Scriptureshave will be put on before school dustries predicted today the Louisiana, mostly along railway additional kept separate keJ!' } '
would coupled
starts." "major emergence" period lines. space
the rose" Who put that musicthe much to say concerning the between July 5 and 15.: with the return of two sets of salaried Sales floors will be operated la j i '
of the bird? Who Mrs. S. M. Baird Fire and poison, plus a networkof
throat was visitingin
the Live Oak in the Live Oak this Smothers
heart. It was to the writers The white fringed beetle was buyers puts season!' by
Je me'' Where am I going Starke last Saturday.Mr. trap-trenches and strips of dust I flue-cured, market
center of all that,man thought or discovered for the first time in forefront as a Brothers and Calhoun with John
en I die'" The ungodly maD l and Mrs. Fred Hazen and emulsion are major offensive weapons Warehousemen point out that with
did. "As thinketh in his this county three years ago. the Smothers and Jack Calhoun in
lives without God. a man against pests
ply family spent the Fourth at Kings- the added floornge anti the two
'ow the Psalmist says,.."Bless heart, so Is he." "The heart Is ley Lake.In Scientists theorized It came from Outside Alabama Infestationshave gets of salaried buyers, soles will charge of sales; by H. W. Gauchal
South America the Argentine
It the man that walketh not deceitful above all things and des- furthering the health work via boat.probably been reported In Laurel, Harrison move smoother and faster.!' and sons, Hal and Louis R. Gau i

the counsel of the ungodly.'' pearately wicked; who can knowit here Mrs. R. T. Hargraves is carrying Not even, weeds escape) the raw Saucier, McHenry and Lun- Word lias been received that all chat;; Lee Knott and Jeff Cozart.
my life i have made it mj- don Counties, MISHlsslppt in New All houses here last +' ,i,
children to Starke for the tobacco managed sea "
?" "Keep thy heart with all diligence I I ages of the adult, which can make major buying companiesus
icy when I want advice about Orleans, and in Okalooim Walton
for out of it are the issuesof diphtheria shots. I field( look as though it had been well as many Independent eon and have enjoyed many yearn
s problems to go to a Godly and EHCambla; Counties In Florida. In the of u
here this marketing )
life.". Jesus said, "For out of Mr. and Mrs Ira Taylor spent riddled with buckshot. nut the Firms will send buyers experience
o. An ungodly man may bed a I --- --------
the heart proceedeth adulteries, Sunday in Jacksonville visiting re- larvae cause the most damage '
accountant. He may be a 1"I.CmUnl'In'': MAI.KM':: I '
blasphemies, etc." latlves snipping off tiny plant shoots be- DIRECTORMy r
musician or a great orator Jacksonville. -- Florida realty FUNERAL
The summer school students fore or soon after they reach the
may be a scientist and he mayan There are only two who know sales last year were valued In excess Many Year E*| rlein- Make It Possible for l\le to Itender 1

astronomer and be able tc I what is In each individual heart- here are very thankful for these cent were free of stomach worms of 118000000. according to I EFFICIENT, PROMPT mill COURTEOUS SERVICE '

sure i i he distance between the, t the Individual himself and God. few days vacation In which to rest. Only light Infestations were foundon a compilation released by the re- j j MODERATE: PRICES
Miss and J. W.
Elyvln Crosby
rs He may have Information I There is much that a man can farms where complete sanitation search department of the Florida DeWITT C. JONES

t I need for some of the dally hide in his heart of evil and mal- Thomas spent the Fourth in Dayton recommendations were fol State Chamber of Commerce., Pre Starke Florida

ness grind of life, but when J] ice. Nevertheless whatever of a. lowed. More than 27 percent of pared from a recent report of the I ,
and Mrs. Larson Mintz and
it initiation, about a real life I good or evil may be suppressed ( this group were entirely free of (Florida Association of Real /Kstute: a

item about the principles that t within the heart at times it is little daughter, Bobby, of Jack- Infestation. Partial sanitation, Boards the compilation reveals I.

'e to da! with daily living such bound to manifest itself in the attitude sonville are spending a few days Dr. Shealy points out gave much that real estate sales In 1938 were
with Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney.
my relation to my fellow man,, of a man toward God and less effective control. Only 8.4 more than 80000.000 above those
Mr. and Mrs G H. Parker and
my acts In their relation trnhty o, his fellowmen percent remained free of Infesta of 1930, which wan the best year I

i get my informationm So it really becomes necessaryto family are spending the holidaysIn since 1926, and, more than $112- NOW.
Clearwater with Mr Parker'sparents. tlon.There
a Godly man. May God help pray the prayer of the Psalmist are ways of treating pigs 000,000 above the year of lowest .

to leurn always to go to theht "Create In me a clean heartY for worms but the sanitation system ebb, 1934. ;
Misses Vera Gatney Audrey
place for counsel and may God and renew a right spirit Is cheaper and the pigs make --- --
Polk and Beatrice Castles have
give us grace to heed the ad- within me." Atheism begins in the moro efficient gains Dr Shealy A full line of office supplies atj I
finished their courses at Camp BUY YOUIlTYPEWRITER
heart. "The fool hath said in his Roosevelt and have returned declares. The Bradford County Telegraph. I I YOU CAN ,

heart there Is no God. It Is not a I
home. They say altho they like
"F::1'1 meantal assent but a welling up of I HOME
would be
Brooker much they

DR. PARKEROR of Internal God und rebellion an attempt against to shift the law the very glad very to get another yeac-at I Flag That Inspired National Anthem II I 'to

burden of moral responsibility.So the camp. Made 125 Years for Ft. McHenry
REASONABLE PRICES" also belief in God begins In TIIIC.EI"E.: I'STSItE.: L

the heart. "for if thou shalt confess C'ONTROLLKII IIV SIMPLE .

All Branches of with they mouth the Lord SIHTKM:: OF SANITATION 1 1I

Jesus and shalt believe IN THY

i "ENTISTRVPlates HEART that God hath raised him Gainesville. There is a big difference

< from the dead; thou shalt be saved In net returns between

| Frowns ; For with the heart man belIeveth that weigh 35 pounds at six I pvs I
'ridges FillIng' I'h..ne for and ,,, M
!, p..C'lal unto righteousness weeks and pigs that weigh 35 ',

X-Rav, Etc. s-2CM Offer? with the mouth confession is made pounds at six months, yet the two ,

unto salvation." Rom. 10: 9, 10. extremes often occur In Florid

DR. PARKER Let everyone take heed 6t what I says Dr. A. L. Shealy. animal I ( ) aen U n .
control his affect II w rea.u .
he permits to husbandman with the Universityof II ( e

DENTAL: SURGEONand t tions. If a man love those things Florida College of Agriculture.The I I n ca u O 4r euGs

that glorify God, his life will be stunted pigs are often worm ti'
Laura .
Plan Bank.rcaonvllle 8ts.MorrU spent in God's service. If a man Infested and will not gain weight t

Fla. love the world Its pleasures and despite the feed consumed. j ,
Its consequent evils his life will Several years ago the U. 'S.
1 I
be spent in serving Satan.TABKKNACLH Bureau of Animal Industry' an- I kL krlll p e

THE eJl1.y'rRS.bYQ, -- nounced a sanitation method that ;
controls kidney worms of swine. ;
EL Last Friday and Sunday nightsthe This same method also Is 'effective -- -- I

OUR local group had charge of the In the control of two other !; original "Star Spangled Banner When the British; I invaded Cb(!.a- i I

services at the Tabernacle.Next common parasites of swine In the''' I ," the hand.sewn flag that I peak. Bay Mrs. I'lckersglll was' '

asalws W.alR Friday night Mr. Gomes South--the red and splrurld stomach (bated\ over Fort McHenry and gave given the task of sewing a flag for

'wit have charge of the service. ,the t'nltoe States Iti anthem, Is still\ the fort defending: Baltimore. The }
Special muBic will be provided. measures consist essen- a national relic. Preserved In tb. order called for a mammoth banner, THK TKI.FXUAIMI: TAKKS:! I'HIDK I.V ANNOUNCING

there will also be a National Museum In Washington! It 30 br 42 feet Because of the size TIIK: TACT Til.IT WE ARK: NOW AGKNTH FOIl

I service Sunday night held at the Tabernacle. tially In preventing worm will be the center of attention next a large floor was necessary. for tbe THK U": IIN01'OS LINE OF I'OKTAIILE TYI'E- $
@ll from becoming Infested I when tile nation celebrates work. Tbe mayor of Baltimore, Ed. ,
September, >
I @
.co Everybody Invited. with the UHITKUH.: UIIAT A UKEAT: CONVKNIENCK: IT IS
while they tbe
i the 125th;; anniversary of Its ward Johnson, provided malting I
'etation Is kept cleared adjoining his 1.0"'oU TO lit; p ?
making, and of Francis Scott Key's floor of the brewery
30 feet around the I TYI'EURITKK RlttllT IIKICH': : IN HTAKKEFROM
area about masterpiece. home. The walls of the building are YOfK

ACKSd OUR MILK feeders and houses. The worm I The immortal anthem was written itlll standing. A IIOMK': CONCERN. IF YOU AUK CON.

1vILLE'S voided mostly In these un- contained four bin- THK I'fKCIIANK OF A 'NEW MICIIINKUK
eggs, on September! Mtb JUt, as Key rejoiced The huge flag HIIIE1CINO' 4

LEADING HOTEL shaded areas are killed by direct at scolnc "bjr the dawn's early dred yards of bunting, and Mr. Pickenglll SS ILL UK" <;i-AI) TO DEMONSTRATE THE NEW *t

sunlight. light" that the stars and stripes still sod ber daughter Caroline, KE.MINUTON, MIGHT IN YOUR OWN HOME '

y1iJ J a al. ersd.r. IL.I A study. conducted by the I wared He bad spent the night pac' with guidance from Mn. Young, a

z mot last i. *. Bureau of Animal Industry at tag Jbe deck of a cartel ship and complete F
worked dar and night
SUMMER COMFORT l lacta*".rtu* **m Leery i m Moultrle Ga., included from investigation three- watching a British fleet's bombard After the battle, Mrs. Plckenglll:\ Easy Terms Available .,r "
of carcasses ment of the fort. "
fOow willk tale ..(& ,
a .he..,. s.. .ar.a Equalled groups of hogs. One group of I- The flag, which continued to ware embroidered around the holes la tbehottorn
Seldom nit the "Star
aWasbeadaLeeryb.4a without the attack tailed flag. In '
? 467 head was raised particular triumphantly) *i ff
a s'sr4e, mem..4 f AN attention to sanitation, a was made br a widow Mrs. Mary Spangled Banner" was presented to BRADFORD COUNTY
ea w..ery bs.aPOPtJtA Never Surpassed \ tbe National Museum by a d..ceo1 1
second group of 423 was raised )tunder Y o n u c Plckersglll Baltimore.
of the Commanding Officer of I .
ftlCIO sanitation, and a Mrs. Plckerijlll's mother bad made
complete '
COCKTAIL LOUNGE and of 274 under conditions the "Grand Colon flat. coder Fort MeHenrr. TELEGRAPH .
COFFEE third; group which: Washington bad taken commend Baltimore and Ute nation will celebrate ,
of partial
the raised without attention of lhe> American Army at Cambjldje the famous flag's IZStn birthday I I I' RI

ti-..- a I..e.w..ycwn I group sanitation only 45 pvr- MM*, la 177S. L' IA Sept n ber, I
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County [THE ( from Page One) YOU THAT Sil

Established! 1877 I VlLEDcE TP ; throng In
KNO ; PS possible to serve suet i of
and Entered as Second Class a remarkably short period
Weekly on Bill
Florida I time were: Geo. B. Flynn .
the Post Office at Starke Bill Long,
Matter a4 _- q-- 1 Mundy; Tom Harding,
L. M. Gaines, Emmett -
-' tl Dennis,
i James
M M-aE.-R' c= Jimmy Sewell t
VMgL :. rfttf Ferryman. I II
'h FLORin\pR&s ASSOCIATIONS ; Ib'pto6 Bob' ParrIsh, N. T. Hitch. Blake )
;;;, !& &S { ry Jackson, Reese Bradley, Billy
... l I Z eor Dowltng, John Crews, J. C. Pre-
.._ :; L vatt, J. C Pringle, Carl Edwards,
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E. L .Mntthowg_____,,,dy : ;;. "tEdltorJ'and' Owner '! .L J. Floyd Rosier, Freeman Starling and W.
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1Arf Rw [R4 +.' T. T. Long L. D. Vining

AFTER TIIE'BALL 1 ilToVER /oHUfstsr ,J ,.I' H. Hart. and

Well, the great celebration is history at last and there / I IMONIC hi 11m lemonade The work fell of to pouring Mr. coffee and Mrs. 'f '

,r of farmers In Bradford County today who will -=Stir, SOIL COfm Junius Smith Miss Pat .A _. 11{ .ea
thousands Dakin I. t 'i I'
i are UNTIL. rT 'of' AfWlClt + Billy a4". .
that when our business men start out to put Af MOIAffFf Lambe, Miss Dolly Lambe blouse in pink I e1lfeCIIClrdagi
gladly testify AMP"WEN PRINK IT Bernard Rosier. \ CALICO print
r they really know how to do the thing up brown. WtTaouTTSSI3" OR Jackson, and of the day was f\ and yellow bordered with t You the pro\\
party, feature
on The final and buttoned down the
$ ,I There was nothing more to be desired in the way of entertainment .--.1111. :AR4 IHrFRnT AlClI FEDERVOUIP :i the elaborate display of fireworks rickrack front with shiny black cubes as l mr.laniily 10

good food, and good cheer, than was had at PUBlC FFED 8"T_, BiSUC{ HAVWWP UBBT! 4-9 ...OlR(O/ which R. F. Clarke in labored spite of val.fantly adverse I featured in April's Harper' Bazaar. ..amellmlstied again fl

the Fourth of July. It was a to present oi.sudden tire "J
Farmers' Market on The ACID-STOMACH failura
State conditions. \ '
}r our 11' weather UPSE3T
of '" aawNLme ur! Ue I they con, increase:
fine celebration, done up in a fine way, by a fine group set-up for the display was necessarily NEUTRALIZED QUICKLYYou mil.ag. fcj a. much pour i4s
AveRLOURLV distance from ai 251..
made some rid of those stomach
I "ra can get SiDce
men. + tu.Cuard.11:11111
1' who at- TUB ,r the platform where the ground acid-Indl- : ,0
family ,, caused by
We believe that every member of a farm WAGE OP A WORkERINo The heavy agonies mow than on. lot of tire.,
lower. 'tOR
U.4. ..lMNU"AcTU considerable taking a spoon-
thoroughlyenjoyed the day, OF"A I gestion by simply the COlt 01
celebration mt'MJGHeR'THAN THAT 5OR COVERING and the previous new tub.. FlIJIIrt
Tuesday's Cy Tuesday
tended WORKER INISfy $WEDENt A OM rains of of Blsma-Rex In a glass of
6RA4 ful
and to SIMILAR, THAN IM CIVAT ga0WN SPa,4 IM OWN this spot com- cost against total lavlaji J
appreciates the great trouble expense HI6Ht* uep day had placed delicious tasting and CIIId
: and genuinely HRTAIN235M'GNt' 1l THAN IN K NOW vwioeiy the water. It Is lie war ahead
which business men put themselves to provide a gala Fourth FRANCHAND> W" H'.NIC pletely under water, making brings relief in 3 minutes. Buy ajai"
; THAN IN ITAWI Job of setting off for 50c at
M of July. They can best show their appreciation by continuing '" dl1ficult. However-al- of 50 doses today StoreCarpenter's DRIVE IN 00 3
( Rexall Drug
I business men with careful consider- 'it' required considerablemore the how
to favor these same though Drug Store in Starke. tUeCRII!
q, ation when they purchase 'new articles for themselves or 7171SV time than it would have un: :A upport you
circumstances -
der ordinary in COM ol nil]
1 t, their homes. beautiful display was greatly en- FLORIDA THEATREGAINESVILLE A flee 10115,.J
o and old alike. .
-TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"By Aw,tN uaeAaY, r : Joyed Dancing by young continued until 11 o'- FLA. CASING FAILS! Iteer tosmooth a
a' Hop
) clock to the Irreslstable music of Program for tho week beginning

Russell Ray AW the Orange Grove String Band. At July 7, 1939 LIFE&OI||||
,I I like to get away every now and then and visit other. that time after a full twelve hoursof ..

P sections of the country. While we take pride in the fact tha... months residence. fun and frolic, Mr. ana ire. Las f, Tlmea Today Joan.BlondellIn IN DUCE.nd

state our interests should SCHOOL BOARD Moore requested a fence Bradford County and the little Melvin Douglas INNER lull
"citizens" of this or that J. H. ,
we are tired and happy
441 never be so'self-centered as to cause us to overlook the fact MINUTESFollowing for the Lawtey School.that Dr.Trustees Mid- folks and ready too to were call it a day-not an "GOOD GIRLS GO TO PARIS" TUBE BLOWS! ore M wezud
dleton suggested af.
of the United States. day, to b sure, but one ly u 4-wi
"citizens" and ordinary
likewise them ONLY
that we are are minutes of the get the posts and put up and event- SATURDAY brake i all|it
nation depends the ability of all' Board would furnish the wire. of the most glamorous Double Feature ProgramLLOYD
Our welfare as a upon School Board meeting held Mon tho ful of their lives. JANICE LOGAN body, or nil
action was taken. NOLAN -
peoples in all states, to recognize as fellow-Americans and day July 3: No The business 'men of the com- In"UNUEKCOVEH dsawt glonl ..I
child regardless of of C. Crews, G. Carl J. Nicoulln. representativeof the realization DOCTOR" war.au abiealrealot
fellow-citizens, every man, woman or A delegation J\ munity are happy Lrv
'I ,; birth naturalization are< E. McGauley, and O. C. Kelley the Biscayne Chemical Co., was that their party? for farmersof alMa malic at lit*,11
color, race or creed who through or was before the Board requestinga before the Board relative to ma- the county turned out to be "CHARLEY CHAN IN IlKNO": SAM ON errow In Mm

4/ equal under the flag and the law. new roof on Brooker School. terial for repairing of floors at such a grand success, and they 11g30uARDI
"neigh They stated that the roof wa in have already received many expressions SUNDAY & MONDAY
We should strive to know and our Bradford High School. He quoted
that from FINDS A SON"FII.'ILD
terrible condition and prac- of appreciation TARZAN
bors," be they close or distant, and appreciate the fact tha tically all over head plaster was in price of $520.42 aa price to re- their friends along the rural ( : AT HILVKH $SIMtlMJS:

"' the lone prospector who treads the wastelands of the west, dangerous condition. The Board move oil and refinish floors in old routes starring
He was advised that WEISSMULLER and
the sturdy fishermen who go down to the sea in ships on the sent C. J. Powell amount to measure of ma-the building.the Board was not'' financially able JOHNNY MAUREKN O'SULUVANi ,
the mechanic who stands) roof and report at this time. Brooker Schools -- '-:, :
coast the
rock bound New England to put on a tin to make purchase .
terial necessary ,. Vfr?" Phillips and The Trustees of Special Tax WALT DISNKY: CARTOON O.: -. NICNI
Mrs. Hogan
5: all day at his lathe in our great manufacturing centers, the roof. Tentative arrangementswere Harris were before the Board School District No. Three recom-

miner who labors deep in the bowels of the earth, the cow made to borrow $1500.00 for Instructed Mr.relative to writing W. P. A. pro mended Miss Alice Fernandez as Tuesday & Wednesday, JR. SAVE AT THE SIGN OJ
.'fi U boy on the vast Texan plains, the farmer and grower, and the work.to H.prepare V. Knight a Resolution was jects for school cafeteria garden- a teacher in B.recommendation H. S., for( the 1939-was I DOUOLAS BASIl. RATHBONEIn THE GOODYEAR DMMOM

even the migrant, homeless and unemployed, who with his authorizing this loan. Mrs.Ing canning Hogan, acted and matron as spokesmanand service. 40 approved term The by the Board. "SUN NEVER SETS" Register Motor Cj(

"' pitiful heap of personal belongings journeys from border tc Mrs Lena Gasklns requestedthat stated that W. P. A. would The Board decided to request
her child be allowed to come Commissioners to assist Thursday & Friday-July 13, 14 ROAD SERVICE
a' furnish the County
work and opportunity and
border and coast to coast seeking that she write the projects Walter Pldlrt'on"ll'lrlnl& Bruce
to Starke School in order supervisor and N Y. A. would furnish In the feeding of children who
all AMERICANS and fellow-citizens. music. The requestwas ( In Telephone 103
their ownmeals
could take help. Mrs. Hogan was in- were unable to buy "STRONGER THAN DKSIHK"
; much the same everywhere you go- I granted on motion of W. E. for at the cafeteria in Bradford FLOR
4r People are pretty seconded by E. J, structed to write projects .. I :STARKE; -
{ the same hopes and aspirations, the same trials and prob-1 Lewis Mlddleton.and unanimously carried. .Lawtey, Hampton, Starke and High School. -- --

lems-and to-day as never before in our nation's history, wean Trustees of teach-l

need each other. We need tolerance and good will, friendship -1---the Board relative to

need mutual understanding and a their Elementary School.
and fellowship. We '
: The Hoard was advised by Dr.
i mutual desire to work with and help one another. \ Mlddleton that condition of Mrs. I OFFICE SUPPLIES I

4' No American worthy of the name, no matter what stateor Norman would was probably of such a be nature able that to!I I

section he may hail from, can journey from state to state,,I she teach for several months If not I II

_4 along our great seacoasts, through fertile valleys and over' the entire year. The Board therefore .

mountain trails, and not feel a great pride for his native! I agreed that she should report I
July 5,
for duty
kinder to nation. Every-
land. Providence was never any and teach as long as she was physically -|
) ; where is plenty and abundance. Our farms and fields yield':II able. Hellbronn Trustees

industrial plants and factories further requested that the Board s
more than we can consume; our \
II five acres of their land. No
; fence
turn out vast quantities for our every need; our wealth, definite action was taken ..on this

and well being is the envy of the rest of the world-most ol. request.

nl which could live in comfort on what we WASTE and dis.\ Widows' Pensions were approvedas
follows: Bertha Hess Lulu Rd-

regard.Yet wards Mettle Grlffls, Elizabeth ,
with all gifts with all our advantages, we are
9+ our Wynn Kstella. Hlnson Doshla z '-
not a happy people. Everywhere we are afraid. Our works, Prescott, H. C. Green Ruth Marr, the Ruby

mighty as they are, are DEAD for lack of FAITH. Selfishness Wiley Groves Lillie Thomas Alice LEDGER OUTFIT
Mrs. G. W. Ruhme
and greed, intolerance and hate, camp ion our doorstep Ward, O. C. Kelley. J. H. Saxon, MOO ?ZE W the Raven

to crack above our heads the whip of FEAR. Business and Rennie Grlffls, Minnie Gibson I An exceptional value Conslats o! loose Eacll 0 .5J 'L' XD

industry, afraid, blame labor and government. Government, i Pearl Simpson. i led ledger binder, 200 ledger beets' and 2 5
Ie j
1 afraid flings back the blame. The North blames the South, I Two applications were rejected. A-Z. 26 division leather tab Index. Bound i dj Black Z ven t Graf .2
I Mrs. belle :Manning made application i\ la durable Imitation leather colors red or black. Steel beck Staadetd oe.t aubnao a fmltaHoa faith
i the East the West. States frantically set up barriers against !' for two grandchildren. After I with automatic locking device. Push button for quick open.> Pushy .tj ck and 1o Metes h eR cbI

sister states and term it "protection." Investigation It was found that I Lag no key required. Sheets aie: whit Ivorydale ledger ad caps. Tw. !fhlnolll + 8rlght

Travel about, talk to businessmen; little or big, to field parents of these children were living paper, 24 sub la.nCl. Sheet rii* e.9HDch\ .. 6ee,1 N, ho.b.ah..r .
I and under the law the Board -
+' hand) or factory worker, to the rich or the poor-all are dis- could not pay this pension. Mrs I.

C satisfied. Executives study balance sheets, struggle with Pearl Godwi was denied because ItIi H.. -tp"-a- z.ti 2414p 2;00g :IO+ "

tax returns, and their brows'wrinkle with worry. 'Farmers' she months hud and only the been law in requires the county a six 2 I 020008 Rub1 Led'ler' Outfit-Red '4.00 Homed 9 s11 '8 ( s yq02(100T .

with watch market reports and Auby Ledger Outfit-Black ..00 se h a E
d bumper crops =
1 antheir growers i ; ; -?_.....r-- .,.. _M.r.i.rats.d .. .. ,? N cePt he dvy afar+'ro lor
Warehouse charges mount on SURPLUS (00---- .oaI. LodiM" 8. iml ottuIM -erd..d. Gt Cdn1
hopes dwindle. II b.,.._.I1.4..w.. "Wld Efebtt Ltd?.*with B.UI _CeI.e ...- slew Obis,; ar bladlnqBLr
goods-goods millions want and need but cannot buy; BO.iti*vh kc" di / drn ? = i

a food rots in orchard and field and people tramp the streets 17 8 -$; :.- -:::::

s- .... ....
undernourished. -doesn't make sense and
and x14
starving i2.a9
Bh.. R..Ua.B. 8
yet Man' with all his alleged intelligence, his investigations,II r r ....:.; ....

11 his surveys, his boards and commissions law and rules : O.ooRWm.
and regulations cannot seem to find the answer. I

As I stood on a busy street corner in Indianapolis the!

other day I saw a street car rumble into the center of the i! lLg\ _
intersection to stop and block traffic in every direction because

the trolley had slipped off. Frantically, the crossing ENGRAVINGTHE ;

his whistle waved his motorists, each
policeman blew arms; FINEST THAT COLUMNAR PADS le

r intent on his own affairs, tried to squeeze past, the result of MONEY CAN BUY $

{ which was a hopeless jam. The motorman, powerless to, 2
New .tew ....... Canary Bond, red and '
h move his car, left his seat and, running to the back, connected ,VISITING CARDS blue lul'.ng'! ; Butt Bond, brown and green B01 : OUTFIT: 800

t,l the trolley. The car lumbered on and in a few moments nlias
the congestion was ironed out. WEDDINGINVITATIONS I I! Tea pad lr box. Six* 8J$x14. black Cond.-' of dUl'able fcrown corduroy Undec with
imitation IHther back: and corner.200
And as I watched that commonplace occurence the I s c.._....7. I S'_8..ff r M.. -tptloa+ 1'-P.Ioa Boa white end A-Z IVCffdal. .heefa 28 tub ledger.gnlar: tad.. .;.mKb'0r'" rn1o4
all Lather tab 28di.idon bide. Stslldard lec1.ar
thought struck me that maybe this country of ours was nM': operated with by
BIRTH 7104 MtM 4 col.. with DlUDe space
snarled up because we, too, were off our trolley. Surely 7105 Bl10S 5 cote, with Dame s .cto 2.00 atIi N.. Sheet II18a o- rr1107 -
that would set us ANNOUNCEMENTSSyMPJTHY MI01 7 oat, DO DIJII. -s>a- 2.05
intelligence a ,
there is force an power
a ,
1110 B'7110 10 eoI., with .. each
.mes>a- UJ: 02040
it! 91xl1 1.91.Ledqet s.gg: *
i' right and solve our difficulties if we could just connect Other aiaM up to 30 column proportionately priced. .1040B > U S6...t. Daly ZL22-

I've never been very religious, but I do believe in God, and ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -
d= somehow I feel that if we as a nation would stop worrying
about ourselves, turn back and put the trolley on, that we'd

I find all the power we need to see us through. But we'vegot 1 Bradford County The Bradford County Telegraph

y to "KNOCK" before it is opened unto us and we've got Telegraph *

to ASK and BELIEVE if we would receive. A' U ...... ---0 STARKE, FLORIDAneat

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