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 14, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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fr. ui 4 A I Established 1877 "_ ; we should quietly hear both .id. "- Goethe E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner I




: Recently an averaged-sized. 33yearold -

:_ ,, negro man stopped an official -

at the State Prison Farm FINDS
near here and begged to be allow. Trial Date Set

ed to preach. He was so insistent

gii Il : TO INJURIESFuneral that"Willie asked the official Thomas his name.became," was Interestedand the reply. DRCO PLANTS COMMITTEE Jury May-Inspect I1I

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t i.; I "M; --- Yes. It was the harmless-ap Site Here On

formation flocked to Bradford'County's State Church Equipment Reappointment of all membersof ;;
IUlllanlty in mass Services Held pearing Brooker darky recently July 24
on the Fourth of July for what old-timers term the Afternoon sentenced to life Imprisonmentfor 'Was In Jax. the Bradford County Farm

ers' Vibration In the history of the county. A fair Idea of the 1', Thursday hl mad orgy of shooting in Junk Yard Debt Adjustment committee for The long-pending condemnation ,

,t the throng Is given' by the above picture. In order that Jacksonville on the night of Jan the fiscal year ending June 30 suit by which the United States of ''.

ly of might be kept fresh In the minds of our readers : uary 23 during which he murdered America seeks to obtain a site for
of the day i The entire saddened Delco lighting plants recently 1940. was nnnou/iccd lost week by ri
community was -
''rieS presents In this Issue an entire page two negroes. Injured a third construction of a new $70,000 post :
art to come. the of festivities at the Platform. For I to learn of the death Wed- and started after another. when I stolen from the Pine Level and ,i Governor Fred P. Cone at Talla-" office building in Starke will come ,

taken during the height | nesday morning( of Mrs. Sarah apprehended by motor police. Corinth Church houses both near 1 hassee. Members of the committee to trial on Monday. July 24, in ;

.norama of fun. frolic and frivolity turn to page eight. t Looney Hamrlck in St. Vincent's Victims were his sister-in-law here were found in a JacksonvilleJunk 1 are: F. F. Stump II. L.Brownlee. Federal Court for the Southern ";'.

Hospital in Jacksonville. Seventy- Annie Bell Dawklns and Bishop yard by Sheriff A O. Andreu Joe 12. Wilson, D. P. District of Florida in Ocala.

eight years of age. but still active Arnett Hicks whom he blamedfor last!! Saturday morning and have Carpenter and J. M. Brownlee. A jury will be Impanelled on
and performing a useful service In I I. hi. wife. been returned to officials of the
Editorial \ trouble churches here.Proprietors I The Bradford County committee :. that date determine the value \
the friends .
community many ,
with the State Farm Debt Ad. of the land and will In all probability
anxiously followed her fight for of the N & L junkyard '
I to Starke on
Juatment commission which serves be brought
life following injuries received NO STRIKESIN on Forsyth St. told Sheriff
1 in an advisory capacity to the tho morning of the 24th to view
when struck by an automobilenear Andreu that they had purchased
testimony !
flatter Demands Attention Farm Security Administration In the property before hearing
her home last Friday night the plants for a total of $30 froma .
Communityrosby WP Al1t'D the federal 1 agency's pl'ogranfor as to Its value.
of I
GooL Citizens about 8 o'clock. young man giving his name us
na 1 voluntary adjustment of excessive The suit, in which the United
Cemetery Is literally being trampled underfoot by Mrs. Hamrick was born In Edwin Smith. No arrests were | agricultural Indebtedness. States of America Is petitioner

Lake I Fayettevllle. Ga., the daughter of rUANrt'U made In the case.Sheriff i f*_ ..1.....A .......... S tM. ..i,._ nit.! '.....rt..tn Inn !... Ivlnir and \1>e.i AIr

and hogs. the burial places of many beloved Bradford(| G. C. Looney and Margaret Tom- T JLIV \\lunnuLt Andreu had notified all gram AU has"" resulted iI'lera-IILae In the adjustment i ;; In--the -Town of Starke- are _

.rounds marking linson Looney. Her father is remembered dealers In second-hand equipment defendants names the following
scattered and uprooted by these Intruders until i of $3,715.293: of debts for ( '
are being older residents here to be on the lookout for the
dans by firms, and corporationsus
my Instances location of the grave would be lost except for the I I as Professor Looney a nationally- New 'Wage Scale Is plants and late last week word 2317 182,003 Florida acres.Farmers The settlementshave operating persons beiiiR Interested In. or havinglions 4

headstone.indwhy7 educator and author of came to him that two plants similar desired
ing of a ': known Accepted Quietlyhere been effected principally upon the property : _
fence posts around the sides and rear of the taught school LaStai'ko to the ones stolen here had Green
Because text books who t through extension agreements and S. Inez Green and Floyd ; __
have rotted away In many places and in others the wire has I II for many years. been seen In Jacksonville. With reductions In connection with refinancing Luther G. Powell; Nat Sternberg. ______

until it has broken In two thus offering no resistance to In- Mrs. Hamrick was married on Not ripple-disturbed WPA this Information. it was an easy the latter type accounting anti E.V.( hayes, as t trustees for _
of unwelcomed woods cattle and hogs, i i'hat November 22, 1881 to N. R. Ham- ranks here as the new wage scale matter to check determine the that num-the 1 for a saving of 1031916. Tax Bradford Masonic Lodge No. 36;
Ga. Her husband hers and to I of totaled L. A. Davis; K.': K. Perryman and<
be done about It? rick In Jonesboro went Into effect, causing some payments In 740 the cases _
can I definitely the ones I'Fi'nandes '
were! Eva
plants Lois Peek Perryman; Mrs. _
and her In death by .
the damage preceded for $151,738.There
Appoint a committee to investigate clients to put In more time from here.
this: mlxslng W.
nit E. Hayes
of wire It will take many years, and she then en- while others for theorganization's
mine the number of posts and how many feet the same money lire no charges tax collector of Bradford County _
When the deared herself to the community working less for services, and any aa
the cemetery and the cost of these materials. will benefit by VACATION"BIBLE and Carl Johns as tax collector _
fence which ;
through her kindergarten have been of Bradford Coutny clenlr-
those who the amount they farmer
to same
committee report
4 ,
Is estimated have the here for twenty of the City of Starke. _
expense she conducted receiving heretofore. While news SCHOOLThe lag assistance In working out his _
every reason( to respect Crosby Cemetery and what it repre- years. There are many of her was widespread of strikes In WPA debt problems may apply either to The only Interested parties who __ t

anti give everyone an opportunity to contribute. a portion of ;I former pupils not only in Starke : ranks In all part. of the country Presbyterian-Episcopal In. a committee member or to Ralph have not yet reached agreeable .

mount. I but in various parts of the coun- the manner In which local client. terdenomlnatlon Vocation H. Cox County Supervisor of the terms with the Government are _

\tier thin Job Is complete an old-fashioned "working" can beam I try today who are still Influencedby greeted the change. was Indeed re Church School opens Monday Farm Security Administration, at the Perrymans and trustees of the .

Crosby will again be the beautiful and peaceful resting placeit the kindliness and understand- freshing.The morning. Registration will beginat his office In City Hull Starke, i Masonic Lodge. Both of these
rest at ease methods of instruction used byMrs. The school will will contest the suit, the Perry-. .
should be. Those Interested In It can i ling new rate works as folows: 8:30: o'clock. Florida.DAILY'TRAIN I
rightfully Mathews
John -
to theory Hamrick during these years.It at D:00 every other morn- anions represented by
have fulfilled at least one obligation truck drivers etc., begin
knowing they and the Ma-
Jacksonville .
more of
of concern
deep the
was a source from
I total of Ing. All young people .
) of their lost l loved ones. I to when the news spread who had been receiving a denominations are cordially ionic Lodge/ by Fred II. Noble of i
I everyone other
John's office Is a good meeting place to visit and $44.80 for 92 hours a month, will "i/
:ity Clerk Carl that this\ fine character had been invited. Jacksonville.The
sa willingness to help in this work. From a list of names seriously Injured. Crossing the get the same amount but must put desired site la 105 feet on 'I'>'
your of labor. Unskilled The faculty will be as follows:
here. a committee can be selected and the project started. highway near her home, she step- In 130 hours worked Intermediates TO CONTINUE Call Street by 120 feet on Court _. .
Rev. Fred .,
laborers, who formerly the __ ,
vital interest with Mr. of automobIle \ at the corner now !
and discuss this matter of ped In front an treet beginning
today and Margie
top by month for $26.60 Mills BellTllgdon
140 hours a ;
Bill Can of Louise apparently occupied by the office of Johns. & ,
driven by
Is ". unaware of Its approach.She will now receive the same nmount Grltler Juniors; Mist Maithu OVER G. S. & F.Several Wllnwrlght.'I
and In return for 130 hours. Mathews and Miss Grace .. _
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I received severe Injuries The rates according to State Primaries; Mm. W. Ward Jean ----

Fewer Words was hurried to the hospital where Administrator Schroder, are de- Davis nnd Alice St. John Begin BOY SCOUTSAT

I !lall efforts unavalled. and her fight termined for Individual I countieson ners. Margie Mathews Is to be Ilrariford Towns

for life proved In vain. the biiHls" of population of the Registrar. Mrs. O. JoJ. Stanxbury. Continue To ItcnefitIly CAMP ....

I Mrs. Hamrlck Is survived by of the coun- SuHSee, Richard Jack-

_1."n"'L','U""."'... I.in. ,.,'*InI1uI._.._. ziisr. .- .- four daughters: Mrs. C. W. Denny. .largest. -, municipalities-.!-?..._.. K",, lha(..- -10.1(1-:-- TI_. R. __Miss..|-... .U...Bertha_..I AWL Miaa Inn _xfnriiirla\._. j.i.- Stump" are ServiceThree Because of (the absence of every I
Lies as .u. ; ___
'osier Sh Smith brother of Hogan Smith, and owner of a large I Savannah, Ga. ; Mrs. W. H. Nol- Census. These will continue to In charge of special Interests In -; towns- officer wlih i one exception i there __ I
llrndfotd County 70
of on
W. F. meeting Troop
after his Interests here this Iman Sebring; Mrs. next official U. The Rev Chas. Allen I was no
Is the the school.
"n of Bradford County, looking Francisco. Cal.; and Mrs prevail until Hampton Sampson City and New last Friday night. These officers. te

Mi Smith has a law degree but doesn't like to practice; says yel' San Savannah, Ga.( onesister. S. Census In 1940. or until regulations U directing.The River--will continue to receive together with other( members of ,
T. W. Oliver, will for two
< run
fellow's ssgone Bible school
S 'enough troubles without looking after the other Mrs. Kvn L. Thornton At. lire changed.The 9:00( dully (except Sunday) service the Troop, were In camp for the ,
into teaching; Is now principal at Branford. He estimates and four grandchild Administrator explained weeks every morning from : from the Georgia Southern, and week. It In. located near Orange
lanta, ; earnings except Saturdayand
to 8.000 acres. rates are merely security lo 12:00: o'clock Florida Railway Co. Inlet known as
lforu at from 7,000 were Park on Doctors
< County holdings ren. All of her daughters 1 not designed' or Intended Sunday and will be held al ,
'and are : Court Emockelee, where Scouts
of death The State Supreme upheld Camp
at the ,
with her I wellrounded Church. A caiefully -
URI) fKOI'KKTY.: SOLI) AT KINGSLKY having flown by to provide a complete the Presbyterian nnd a decision\ of the State HIlIl- from the North Florida area gather -

Jr. G plane 1 the beat that can assures a '
H. C. Richard of Palatka for a red "It is simply I service. The railway com- under the direction of the best
from dally
property on Kingsley services, at which hun- funds that are Interest and fun for
Funeral the Instruction
.. the last remaining untenanted on thee be done with had requexted permisHlon toj I Scout leaders that can be secured :
.::100. These lots, almost of sincere friends accepted he said. the pany
west side of the lake have long been desired by many who dreds the last opportunity to pay respect available, The pupils.Vacation church School Is discontinue the run between Val- M. O. lloawell, Scout Executive,
The and Pulatka claiming i iH and Mr. Beailenbauxh, assistant _
asked. IbSta, <
!thelenH. were unable or unwilling to pay the price of I 1 I to one they loved were First held New Arrival one of the most' vital means the ( monthly loss of $71j0.The I I', executive are In charge of the
owner will build home costing In the neighborhood Thursday afternoon from the of Protestant church hiss of tnilninn
a summer Rlcharde fol.
of which Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. principles and Supreme Court decided that I 'amp for the summer. The _
Church In
Baptist announcingthe
member Officiating the State Farm are Parentsare the loss was not Hhown to be nuf- '' lowing boys attended the Camp
Hamrick was a son, Henry Mor- facts of Christian living. of whom returnll.1 _
arrival of a operation this week nome
{l'nODU'RENTLV S.VTISFIKU: ministers were the Rev. L. Jr., born Sunday urged to make It possible for flclent to cause' red Ink 'I 1. punt Wednesday.: Scouts _
in ] about taxes not the Rev. A. R. gan Richarde. to attend the over the total system of 397 miles home
to talk and
t spite of the fact that everybody likes A. Shepherd I'July 9, in St. Luke's hospital In their young people Florida. Frank Robinson, III; EnoH Hayes;

Igle property owner appeared before the Board of County Corn- Lightfoot. DeWitt C.arrangements Jones was I JacksonvilleMrs. Church School. In Georgia und ___ ____ I I Sonny! }tayne Mike Jew, Arch 'U

loners when they met Wednesday as a Board of .Equalizers. Con- In charge of funeral Thomas'. ', Jr; Leonard Smith, _

and approved as preTax and after the service, Interment Buddy Davis, Billy IH
ptly the assessment roll was accepted Luke Cem I AND GO : George Flynn
Assessor E. W, Hayes. I followed in BRADFORD PEOPLE I Lee. Bobby Biggs Sonny Peek _

etery. --. Comer Perryman, and Leon
I'M.\S CLUB The Baptist choir sang two 2 Miami _
ADDRESSES ROTARY Tolhert Dlnck and Moorer of Troop
Mr. and Mrs .
"Asleep in Jesus. and Mrs. K G Duncan and I .
P Chapman superintendent of the State Prison Farm, made I familiar hymns. We'll Under J. T Hollis of Madison, Mr. lIOn, Jimmy of Macclenny were I The monthly Court of Review _

Mlenging talk before the Rotary Club here Wednesday on thee I I and "Sometime Ga., and Mrs Parnola Mitcham son. Kasper Mrs. Roy Smith of guests Sunday of Mm. Hlnck's !I will be held In the Church School '

of 'Bridges." He stressed the thought that something must be stand." were: C. A. and son Wlnburn. of Atlanta. Ga.. Tennllle, Ga., and R. F. Th..l. parents, Mr. and Mm. T N. Ken- room of the First Methodist ___ ___ :
between deV Active pallbearers Thursday for West Palm visited the Marine Studios near Tuesday night the 18th.
In America today to bridge the ever-widening gap W. Ward Charley E. left drlck. !Church
oth ". Knight C. after enjoying a visit here St Augustine Sunday. 7:30: o'clock. All members of
and and disease on the Freeman Beach Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augustine i at :
lawfulness side and crime Canova
on one A.
Johns, and sister I all
brother-in-law and daughter I Committee
E. Wilson. with their Mrs. Harry Maeger la the guest of her daughter, the Troop
Register, and Jos Includedall Mr. and Mrs W. G. Halle. Mis Virginia Maeger. Mrs. I' Mr. E. L. Illggs Mrs. Griffin { Scouts winning to apply for advancement _

Honorary pallbearers were accompanied to West Ford and daughter Miss Staike by In rank or by merit _
official boardof They Marlyn accompanied to
the was
ioming Events members of Church and were: Palm, Beach by Mrs Halle. While Joyce Ford, and Mm. Vade flute her granddaughter Dottle Sue \ badge are notified to attend. .

the Baptist T J. Griffin I>. there they will be the guests of and daughter Miss June Bule, all BlgKS who has spent several Those Scouts having. received .

A... ,Z.,_.Adkins._... ne w.. E. Mlddl .ton.U. Mrs. J. S. Adair and Woodfin of Jacksonville are guests of Mr. i n.,<_._-i.<.>- "in si' Auirustlne I merit badges and advancements at
rwuigiii, ISI' B. Flynn and I IMm I I Scout Camp will lie recognized -
Halle.Mrs.. and Mrs. George ; the recent
r Vacation Bible B. Herlong, H L. Brownlee
17 Dr. M. Mr. and Mrs.
Opening of Presbyterian-Episcopalian F. F. Stump Lake. time also. The)
J. T. Quigley Albert Llghtfoot has returned -! L. M. Gray at Kingsley Madge. returned to at
School. Dr. O. L. Haynes. Walnwrlght to her home In Miami after Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards: J, and daughter Friday after enjoying monthly Court: of Honor will beheld

24 Date set for beginning of trial in Ocala by which U.S. N. Sternberg, N D.L. G. Powell spending a few days here with and daughter Frederlcka of Jacksonville their home visit here In New Orleans. In the Court House, Jacksonville -
postofflce Jr., D. P. Carpenter. the this month a Thursday night July 27, at
condem site for and son-in-law, are spending ,
Government seeks to R. A. her daughter Hugh Hrown-
A. J. Thomas, with Mr. and Mri.
A. O. Andreu Kings- o'clock. It I... expected a
Mrs. A. E. Llghtfiiot. at the Struth's cottage on 8
H. and
building In R. Rev.
Starke. .
L. lee
E. I of boys seeking
2-: bright-leaf tobacco markets. Newsom Brownlee, J. M. Brown- She wan. accompanied. home by ley Lake. Rev. and Mrs. A. Jo:. LI/l ht- large delegation
Opening and Florida L. be
: of Georgia Cox H Nancy, who of Lawtey 'advancement will present
Roberts for
S. E. Sparks her granddaughter Miss Patsy will leavo Saturday
f 25- Court. Barefoot foot I .
: Judge's P. M.
Regular quarterly session of County lee K. Perryman, will spend several weeks in has returned. to her home after N. C.. where Mr. -
E. Rlcigecrent
f 25- H. Powell Mrs., Laura GhoUom has returned -
Beginning of "dog days. G. few days here as the of the guest
Darby Jones L. Miami.Mr. upending a Lightfoot will be one I In Sebring'I I
31 Schools Brooker New River. and Gra- E.V.. Hayes L. Mrs. F. A. Canova and guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. at the Baptist Sunday to her home
open at Hampton Don Hoover and speakers I' sometime here as
Hemingway I I after spending<
schools. Johns. G'j of Gainesville were and Mrs. E. R. Struth. I I School Assembly. From Ridge- 4 \4
onm. Also all\ negro ? Powell and Carl -.- .- children_ .__. _I .".... ,.. ro..n... ... u u _. .. tUr41a" -' .. t.luhtfe.stcrem .... .. the guest of her daughter. Mrs. ..
Members of the w *. Weeks guests WUnaay ui airs u. -- Mrs. W. M. linn lett "'*a tne ttev affil airs *- g -- Eula- Whlgam.Hprrlnl ;

Meets of the U. D. C. of which for a vlult with relatives In Baxle will to to Atlanta Ga., to attend i
Rodeo Labor City Council Chapter at- ova.Mrs. Lindsay and daughter accompanied by VVorM Alliance.
Day Hamrick was a member C. S. ). Ga. She was the Baptist i
Roree Brothers of The City Council met Tuesday Mrs. the services In a body. Miss. Kvelyn LJndxay of Winston Miss Luclte Kennedy who spent Mr. and Mrs Frank Jones nf tu tinItrailford ('oirnty'rehgraIm

Pin-nominally sponsors I night, authorized payment of tended Mrs. C. W. Ward. Mrs. 1.. A.Rennoida. Salem N. C.. are guests of several clays here as the guest. of Augusta, Ga. K(><-nt Monday herewith by Lung l) ..lanr .
succ ell. f u and brother and sister- and Mrs. J. C. Hoover ,lnc'k"oinllle Office
.Q ot bills and adjourned. The Mrs. A. Z. Adkln., }(rs. Lindsay's Mr. and Mrs. Hart. Mr. from
second TuesdayIn Mrs. C. A. Knight assisted caring In-law Mr. John Love Wilkes. and daughter land: Mrs.' to Inquiry we beg
:ned this week that council met the beautiful flow- penter. Catherine Wilkes of Jacksonville Dr ant Mrs. C C. Menrloza\ and I Replying/ j
the m..ny Miss official
theflr.t for the
we'eI advise only
81 because ]left Tuesday -
W month Fugate of of Jitcknonvllle.
"> be held there Labor the Miss Virginia I were week-end guests Ion. Clifford
s.. 't ,, on July 4th. and ers. for Jacksonville where she Z. Adkln atKingsley Sunday of Mr., and Mrs. T. Boy Scout Camp now operatingIn '
( ---r::: 4. There will be Tuesday was --.- Judge and Mrs A. guests the North Florida Council '
vacation Rltch.
councilmen had will spend a two week J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie .
barbecue. several of the Itirths Lake. l which embodies Bradford
The two broth- sister Mlns> Katie Fu Johns Is visiting Ur.Mendoza'a territory
"wolph and Henderson, andre planned to be away. I Mr. and Mr. Roy C. Johnson with her and other relatives. Mrs. A. M. Darby Charles Darby Miss relatives in New Orleans. I County" as well as fourteen ,
July 1. gate W. Chalker, and two Is Echo- :
business manager Bradford County girl. Jn Rushln of Mrs. C. other counties Camp

have :harge of a gigantic.j Series of LecturesThe I' Mr. and Mr. Gilbert Brown, Dublin Mrs. Ga.Carrie. U the guest" this week ions, John and Charles Darby William, and I The, La.Rev. J. K. Shepherd of ,, ckete. on Doctor Inlet. near ) ,

during tobacco marketing series of lee- Sampson boy July 1. of Mr. and Mrs. L.. D. Vlnlng. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Maguire ,. Jasper. Mr. and Mrs., W C. Jones \ Orange Park. Florida.

JUly> 27 28 and 29, In Way- second In a Rutherfordwa.s I Mr. and 11n. Truman Norman. Mrs. Theodore Tison has returnedto their guests Mrs. Phillip of Wash of Tampa. and Robert Jones) of ,.- M. G. Boswell, i :
Hugo Sue,
8. daughter. .
rgja. by Judge July visit and
turn .
AmericanLegion Lawtey. boy her home after enjoying a AUanta, Ga. spent Thursday Scout Executive
... delivered at the and Jolr. Clyde Kersey. her SOD'In- ington. D. C. are enjoying a stay and Mrs.I. .
with Mr.
HIS Mr. Dublin, Ga. Friday here with North Florida Council
in Kings-
1T last night. home on \
E. here 10. their summer
Duncan home July Mrs. at
of Gaines- Four Threasa boy law and daughter, Mr. and P Shepherd. .
was Facts. Law .5
the ,
the luncheon WM "Face and In. Sam ley Lake. _
nf guest Tues- topic delivered at Mr. Jack PlckarJ. ...-.
*'. and Mrs. other lecture will be Jllly 11.
K. G. Dun- tey, boy,
future dates. .


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKK, FLORIDA. .. .._ -_--- ---_--- -__ __ .-_- 1 Rin11 .rrLh
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TelegraphEstablished R. Crosby, Cor Sirs. I L. Parker, Correspondent NO J
Bradford County Clipped Mrs, z Z. Griffin. Cor. lyre Floyd MATTER WHAT YOU

e 1877 Mr. and Mr.-r.-: Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hargravesand TO SPEND ON
Miss Melba Prevatt of Ovieda children were visiting In Lake son made a business trip to TIRES-If ,

Published Weekly--on Fridays and-Entered as Second Class IO.LLYITED: Mrs.Is visiting John her Prevatt parents for, a Mr.while.and Butler recently. Jacksonville Tuesday, PAY YOU TO STOP IN

,t Matter a4 the Post Office at Starke, Florida The conditions of rich promiseFor Marvin Alford and son of Hast Miss Mary Ella Ward who has Mrs. J. O. Maddox and childrenof I221. WE CAN MElt
married bliss would be, ings were visiting Arch Prevatt spent the past month In Tampa Jessup Ga., were visiting Mr.
--- --- Where the woman is a "treasure" Saturday. with\ relatives returned home last and Mrs. G. E. McGauley Sunday. NEEDS AND

AAEAYBEFt And the man a treasury. week to enter school. Mrs. Maddox is a sister of Mr.

RlD4 PRESS ASSOCIATION Exchange., Mr. and Mrs.visiting P. Russ Mr. and of Lake Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Woods and McGauley. SAVE
Butler were YOU
I W. E. Green Sunday. son and Mr and Mrs. Mack Mrs Sally Dukes of SteinhacheeIs MON
>T I FATALITY 1 Woods of Jacksonville were visit- spending a few weeks with her
i A startling fact publicized by Mr. and Mrs Joe Griffis ing Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly over sister, Mrs. Florence Varnedoe .

E. L. Matthews_______________________Editor and OwnerSUifsCKIPTION the Commentator magazine: Since children of Clay County were the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Taylor and
--- -- President elected in visiting in this section Sunday. _
--- 1840 Mr.
--- every Mrs. Evelyn Crosby was visiting family are visiting Taylor'smother NETS LOOK
; RATE a year ending in "0" died in of Joe Griff, Jr., of Jacksonville Miss Bulah Edwards of in Port St. Joe. She has
her sister
In Advance fice. That's each 20th year Three has returned home after week. Miss Edwards been very ill for some time. We AT THEFIGURES
Six Months 75c-Payable Starke last
Yearly $1.50 ,
of them were assassinated. HereIs spending a while with his is 111. wish, her a speedy recovery.Mrs. !
Advertising Rates on Application_. the fatal list: C A. Griffis. G. E. McGauley spent the
Mr. and Mrfr. Hilton Dunkley
1840-William Henry Harrison. Miss Ruth Morrell is visiting re- day Monday with her sister, Mrs.
of Jack-
NO STRIKE IN WPA HERE 1860-Abraham Lincoln. latives in Lake Butler this week. and Mrs. Mabel Denmark here last H. M. Hinson, in Gainesville

ud We are glad to know that Bradford County WPA ranks 1880-James A. Garfield Mr and Mrs. Dan Boree and sonville were visiting Another new building Is goingup.

1900-William\ McKinley sons, Harold and Doyle, of Jack- Friday. It will be a garage owned
the and
yl remained free of the disgraceful strikes which greeted Mr. and Mrs. O. Crosby
1920-Warren G. Harding. sonville were visiting In this sec- and operated by Paul Sturatt. r/
new wage scale in some parts of the country. A strike Next is 1940--next year A tion Sunday children of New River were visitIng This will make the third garage
Mrs. Floyd
I under any circumstances is unpleasant enough, but to strike President will\ be elected who will Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Mr. Mr. and here, so friends, don't worry about
be. the sixth in the "zero" list. and Mrs. M. J, Green add child- Saturday service-It's here
against "relieJ"-to literally bite the hand that feeds you- and Mia. L.. A. Crosby and
L Will there be added to the death- ren and Mrs Arch Prevatt and Mr. and Mrs. L, A. Brown are
that could only in. this chlfdren and J R. Kelly were recent -
is a fantastic phenomenon In-offlce roll, 1940Tampa children spent Monday at Lee visitors to Jacksonville. visiting In Tampa and Clearwaterand

i' great, but sometimes strange, country of ours Tribune Lake.Mr. Anyone who has news for Sun- while there Mr. Brown will
--. and Mn L. O. Tyre of : mail carrier's
attend the
r This is a strike that is so obviously without merit that DOG RAISING 'fONTS'Important Florahome were visiting Mr. and ny Drook Farm Is asked to turn it convention.We .

it cannot possibly find favor within the eyes of any considerable "don'ts" In raising a Mis. John Prevatt Sunday.Mr. In to the correspondent before are glad to report that Mrs. I

] portion of the American public However sympathetic puppy: and Mrs, M. J. Green and Tuesday noon. George Hazen Is better She has I

tit the average person is toward the WPA worker, his feelings ] Don't forget to take the chill Ralph Gainey were visiting In were Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp and been very HI for the past week.
off the food. I Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. H. H Keene. Mrs. Keene Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clemons of .
:' cannot but rebel at the thought of a man who has so Don't fed potatoes lima beans, '
and few
1 was visiting her husband sons Jacksonville are spending a 1 is
little gratitude that he will defy a generous government, corn, peas pork, cake cookies, or GUM UllANCH while there. days with Mrs. John Clemons who

a sincerely trying to help him, for the sake of a few hours, candy. 1 Mrs. Edt! I'jirrlsh, ('or, Mrs. Mancle Clemons of lleil- has been very sick for the past
R of work week. Don't give a dose of worm 1 bronn was visiting; her sisters, few weeks. Mrs. demons seemsto
:] more or less, per because he is off his fcj
medicine just Mr. and Mrs B, M. McRae and Miss Elizabeth Hurnage and Mrs. be no better at this time. 1 1i 1i
'' ,,5 The new wage scale was designed to simplify project food without the advice of your children of Pine Level were visiting Edd Parrish, Saturday afternoon. i 4, fr frI

r t operations by placing all workers on an equal basis of working veterinarian. relatives in this section sunday Mrs. Roy demons and little STOMACH GAS EXPELLEDThere i

'i hours. Its framers also hoped to curb the increasing Don't take your puppy with you daughter, Betty Jean, and Miss is no need to let stomachgas frJ
; while visiting kennels. DIstemper Mrs. W. F. Harnage is spendingsome Melba demons were In this sec- cause loss of sleep and upset
t1 practice of reliefers earning their security wage in a short Is highly contagious and is time in Lake City with her tion Sunday afternoon your disposition. Just take a

time each month and then taking outside jobs under assumed often carried on the clothes or son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby of Rising was spoonful of Bisma-Rex in a glassof

: names Principally, however, it was intended to spur relief rugs.Don't Mrs. J, D. Dobbs Jr. visiting Mrs. :F. N. Norman Mon- water before going to bed. Bis I?
send your puppy to the Miss Elizabeth Harnage, who day afternoon. ma-Rex relieves stomach discomfort 1
clients, too well satisfied with the easy requirements of their hospital if It Is possible to care I has been away for nearly two Miss Arsula Crosby of Risingwas due to acid-Indigestion quickly. -

+,) jobs, to seek places in private industry. for him at home. Have the veterinarian I years, has returned home. visiting Misses Helen and Buy a bottle of 50 doses for

Nmil+ One writer says the strikers overlook the fact that although call.Don't Those attending church at I Dorthea/ Norman Monday afternoon 50c at the Rexall Drug Store --
bathe a puppy Wipe Shady Grove over the week-end Carpenter's Drug Store in Starke.
they are employed by a government emergency de- with a damp cloth and brush nt.Kt'5PATHFINDI.. -.:-

N partment, they are in reality the recipients of charity and, well. Walt until it Is six: monthsold

as such, the administration is in no way obligated to continue given., if-possible Exchange., before a bath Is l) ) ___ __

indefinitely such aid in their behalf, or to conform to any .

wage or hour stipulations. Their walkout is an affront to a IT'S IN YOUR FACE 0S / / / /

benignant government, and to the nation's taxpayers who You don't have to tell how you A The best tiro>> Goodyear nn
live each day; to sell at our present low i
made such generosity possible. You don't hove to say if you workor te

We repeat that we are glad the Bradford County WPA play; _

k escaped this blot, and the sooner workers in all parts of the A tried, true barometer serves In
the place,
x country go back to work, the more the general public will However you live, it shows in your $6.48 ((4.40-2)) and Wl;
$B.10 (175-19 and 100 Bi!)
think of them face.
Q' The false, the dec It that you bearin $9.55 ((5.25.17 and 5.5Mr)|
_-u-- your heart Travel by Florida Motor Lines $9.32 ( ..0016)N )

Will not Inside where It first ;e ( .l pric., Including' you oU J
WAR STILL HANGS IN THE HALANCE stay e e For a smooth cool and enjoyable vacation
got a start: e travel. in... m .rt-f..J. .. ,%>T_l__. T? ft 1 Your size la her NOW. Slop!
The state of confusion existing even experts oa on .ea "UIU. "Zephyr DUB. AI
among 10"01sinew and blood are a thin e'e :1: TODAY If possibly cut
3.I.; the burning question of "Will there be war Moon?" can be veil of lace- .Vi e with new. the low thrifty fares you can stay extra days PAYS TO you PLAY SAFE
money you save. Go one and
r' judged by two articles appearing recently in leading serious What wear you In wear face.in your heart, you return another liberal stop-over privileges way

magazines. Both were written by men of reputation, with If your life your is unselfish, if for anywhere enroute stations are always in If you haven't, son .

,s a fair claim to }being authorities on events abroad. One was others you live, the heart of town near hotels YEAR'S PATHFINDER-

'6P entitled "There Will Be No War." The other was headed For not what you get, but how and theaters. haven't seen THE!low-cut
much you can give; S tire leader!
"Hitler Must Fight. Of 'one knowsbutit run
course, no really 4 Round Trip
If you live close to God In his infinite I
is always interesting to speculate. M / NEW YORK $23.85 look it over today-eira
tfrace- _a__ featureidits
% every quality
: Certainly, present conditions in Europe cannot be described You don't have to tell It, it showsIn I ( CHICAGOJunes $26.30 line-car fmartnaii-llj

as tranquil with the Danzig sore spot making new ,your face.Unknown. I :' \' r ., Conway's Service Station ride It to a new eCOD'j
--- e '
:. Lucy onway, Agent Pathfinder!
/ record (Every j
headlines every day. But in spite of this situation, many DISCIPLINE CunnIriGoodyear.

';y thinkers believe the l possibility of war in the near future has People ofteu wonder why men has a "Lifetime.
naval service
In a military or
materially lessened.One 0' e
must undergo such long training.It BUY-
theory which is encouraging to those who earnestly often seems that "squads right"and

desire peace, is the fact that Hitler cannot.afford a war for "hit the deck" might be learn- Hard to wear downl This
ed in less time than is given to tiril!
the simple reason that it would bring with it such an excellent them. I LEADING low-cost
SCOS! {S@@SXaG>'oo Facts That Concern
opportunity for revolution at home. A very logical line So they could. But what can't You No.; 9 of a eerie. PAY AS LITTLE

of reasoning can be advanced in support of this theory. The be learned so quickly Is a habitof

Nazi regime has many enemies within its home territory.It discipline that acts automatically 48
and correctly In an emergency $ with
has outlawed labor unions. It has fought the churches, when there is no time to (

especially the Catholic. It has imprisoned untold thousands think. Such a moment came to U old tire)

of dissenters in concentration camps, and has executed many I Electrician's Mate Maneds on the THE NON-BEER
trapped: submarine Squalus. He
more. It has driven thousands of others into exile. These I lad charge of the bulkhead 'door 4-POINT

persecuted ones have families, friends, connections, who will between the flooded after battery DRINKER ''RID e
be glad] to fly to their aid when the propitious moment ar room and the control room. .

r!, rives. Not much is heard from these dissenters at the present In an emergency his duty was I 1. Examine for glasa'< 'stow
to close the door. Though he
time-the iron heel of Hitler prevents that-but it is I knew Borne of his own shipmateswere FROM BEER \ 1 p C o4 2. nalla.Examine for:: bidden cu"J.

logical to believe that a substantial proportion of the German I In the flooded compartment, &: Examine for .de-well. WJ

l people hate the regime in power, and are waiting for the day I MRIIPHS did his duty Had he 4. Teat valve. check B.r.i: w::
stopped to think too long, he
,t r when it may be destroyed. 1 4 k rlo o5ligatior.-Comaitk
might not have done It. And the '
In countries which Hitler has subjugated, such as whole crew, to a man, might have 11/7 g SO TIMES THE
been lost But :Maness' was trained r---. 95 PRE-REPEAL MARKET!
Austria and the Czech conditions still
provinces, are worse I w
to act, ana l Lo acted. / 'I A HELP TO THOUSANDS SPECALlS112eiIway/ !
I 9 /
Nazi of in BEER TAXES ,
from the point view. Production factories has '
That 1'1"11 rruy so act under I Of FARM FAMILIES! '
slowed down, a tremendously expensive policing job has become I such clrcumstrnces is the whole SWELL GOVERNMENT I EaJSAVINC

necessary, and well supported accounts of sabotage are I purpose of military training and I RECEIPTS. I.

current. discipline.-Tallahassee. Democrat. REDUCE THE NO'I.t 'I. AT AJf'i"1W1
------ Of GOVERNMENT ;
ff I
In this sentiment in favor of isolation I -ti

to have grown, now that the first emotion of horror at HitIer's "Don't be niggardly/ said t .. BY A 'I I !
has abated and there is fair chance Hlllsboroiigh's State Senator in the Here', a !
agressions a that MILLION DOLLARS A CAY : J :
early days of the session voting battetTiroall
Congress will eventually enact neutrality legislation with I himself five "secretaries". at the cani-

teeth in it. In the meanwhile, army rosters increase, and expense of Florida taxpayers. I BIS TAXES. reliable) Speedway.ExtratoO!

the navy lays new keels, aa our country builds the greatest Old folks need more state aid. i I plate Guaranteed"ttonlh. !.*
I 12.000 mi
defensive machine in Crippled children need it worse. : or
peace-time war history.It I I II
.; School funds are seriously I II 1 ut $69
is all very complex and puzzling; beyond the powerof I[short |I I I FOR SMALL CARS

ordinary men to understand. Indeed, it is doubtful if Faithful taxpayers need relief. ,I ,td a,. Q _- AND NOW, TO KEEP BEER's MANY

r there i is any single man alive today who could tell definitelywhat grabbing"But let's all not we be can niggardly/for In ,. t AG -- '_' ,yp BENEFITS FOR 'YOU AND FOR THEM i

the next few weeks, or months will bring. our AMERICA'S
selves, said a majority of legislators { "' TO HELP
()--- running up a re WHOLESOME 1
cord-high cost for the session ofi a r' AS BEER ITSELF. THEIR I II
nearly $500.000. WILL INTEREST
we progress into summer business generally seems I I ,:
I That doesn't Include either the I WAGES-INSTEAD ITIES.... AN oucc L011 LOST...
to be taking a steady, if somewhat slow, turn for the better. thousands of dollars worth of law'j MAY W I..
For a considerable number of weeks a well-supported "recovery" | books which the legislators voted I KEEPING s THE FACTS ? SAVE AT THE
themselves at taxpayers' a For fret booklet GOODYEAR VI'
expense ,aJJntt,
has raised
movement the industrial
i activity indexes. I
number of
I or a other things.A RELIEF! VnitedBrerver.IndustMajFoundatims
fI A representative Index, that of "Business Week," touched half-miUlon dollars for a job,! 19 East'40tk Street New !
I II York N. Y.BEER.
41 the 100 mark toward the end of June, showing a twenty-five that cost $337.000: at the 1937 session 1 : Motor'
even less at the 1933 ses-j t j Register
point betterment over the same period last year. The fore- I
slon. Georgia gets It done at half II
cast is that the barometer will reach, and might pass, the I the price with twice as many leg-; I! I ... a beverae 'f aoderatjof ,I ROAD SERVICB

105 level during the summer. All forecasters apparently !1st a tors. (

feel certain that Improvement will continue into the Fall at Do Florida taxpayers think It I I'I, l-! I 103
was worth the money? -Tampa Telephone
least. |Times J i
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00 chns. W of NE ;
Cor of Sec II.&. run Lot 1 of Blk tO, Town R. Matthews u____ 9.57 \
Notice I Is hereby given that the following d,. ,r.od.. 5 80 ..hn..., W 3ehns. of Lnwtey W of Ky 23 5
thereof a. will be necessary to lands, or so much N HO\ chns K Lots 2. 3. (I. 7.3AII30ft !I IXi
sir' pay th. allloullt due for taxes: of 1938 20 chns to beg lea of Lots 4. 6 of nik2o
f w kind as to pasyou s herein set opposite to the came togoth with cost of such sate and R 8 A of N SO Chns ,. Town of Lawtey 'I

be ,ader a word of advertising, will be sold at public auction on Monday, the 7th day of also com 80 cHns Qof W of R, _________33 I It. E Matthew _____ 896 $ 1ti
t 0 VOW' I August, A. D. 1039 at the hour of ? o'clock Nil Cor of l Sec' 23 All Blk 32 ex. Lots ft.
snout Strawberry noon. at the Court house A run S 340 ft for apt 4 Town of Lawtey1 I

news door, the County. of Bradford In the City of Starke state of Florida of ft,beg W. thence SIIRO .. of Ity ---__________33 II A. M Blanchard ____ 482 .
1284 ft.
rtatlon Tariff 3524: effec- N 980 ft. E Lot 1 of Blk 14, Town
new fee the 5 Jesrriptlea s..... 'I' It A On.nerSt& Taxes A Costs to bee-29 A____ft_25NWH 7 20141 It It. ,Ford .,._.,..,..,_-_ 30.02 i of Lnwtey W of Ry 21 I Oeo. F. Young .___.. 6.63 .'
2, 7 8 of Blk 24
crease0that was In ef- of SEW __________25 8 19 80 Walter Will _______ 113.37 of SWV4 ______C6 7 20 40 :Empire) ) Lumber1 Co. __ 6.81 i Lots Town of, Lawtvy W, 'f'I .

t / / and 814 of SWW ---______28 8 19 80 Empire, Lumber Co. 13.37 WI4J of NEt.. ,;. & NH of of Ry ._________ ___23 II 2)A F. Young ..._____ 8.60
his season hundred All of S% of SEW S of NFL A NEK Of All Rlk 25 ex: Lots S, 4,
cents p --------_______2T 7 20 200 Empire Lumber Co. __ S3.34 6 Town of Lawtey
te 50 River -------_______26 19 20 Empire X-3-4 > W of Rv __ .. S3
crate from Lumber Co. __ 8.97J of NW 4 of SWU u. II A. M. Blanchard ____ 4.06
or 'a cents per 8EW of NE% & E'U! of 6. all N- 9-4 nf NEl* Lot 6, of silk 15, Town

points in Florida ostipppiati SEW\ ------. ________88 19 120 II. S. of HWVi\ W of State of 1.awteyv of Ry S3 II Oeo F." Young _____. 1.51 ,
In the Unitedatl0n5 SWW of SWW & NWW 88 J 19 Ha.an ______ 41.11 I Farm road _.___..._.25Nl B 21 85 :W. \Valnwrlght __ 13.72 Half Ulk 7. 8 Town of .':'

Canada. NM of NEW & SWW 160 Empire Lumber- Co. ._ 25.78 i of SEVi of NWU\ _S3 5 21 SO Mm. Lawrence. C. Dlntr Lawtey Lois W 2.of 3.Rv 4, _6_IS II A. M., Blanchard ____ 1.02

and demons ,. .. ... 2.33
? Of NEW & NWW of ----- Town of LawteyV
Plant City can deS 0 N.3-4 of E'4 of NEU of Itv ____ ._ 13 II
A, M. Blanchard ____
aeajon S.66
SEW _____________86 6 19 of
S berr.es.ntore.JnNewBlUlco -- 160 Walter Will. ___.-.__ 26.88 NWI4&N-3.40. Lot 1, Hub of Lot
8 A of NW44&N'/.of E 405 ft of WVi of 13. Town of LnwtevK .

via refrigerator express for NEW\ of SW% 1 7 19 NEVi\ of NWVi ___25 5 21 24 Morrace :Norman _____ 3.24 K of Ry.. Secs. 83-Z4

tI plus loading refrigeradcartage. EV4 of NWW & NEW--Of-- 100 Luther Harrell ______ 14.81 NEVi& of 8W%, ________28 5 21 40 8. Alvares _.-_____ 297 Lot 28., Town_of__ .Lawlev ____.-26 II W. J Barber __._____ 4S9 t
Lawtey can put SWW &0 SWW> of __ NW off 4 W of side SW',4' also ex 18 A : B of n,.., Ween.
tor 7:1: cents per 38 SEW ______________10 7 19 180 Empire Lumber of SW>4 N of Branch 2.1-24-25 lie II Mrs Jennie E. Drown '.1'1
In Co. 2.88 Lot 16, Otts. Sub-fly. E
loading, refrgera- EV4 of SWW ________11 7, 19 80 ex 2% A In NW Cor 23 5 21 49 Ben Faulkner ____ 608 foR wt..y
rate plus _.. ft _.__. Federal Land Bank __ 19.83 Kf.nt LeRoy Irvin ___ ______ S n
As Ice Is BO WMj of BCift Plant City than \ _______________11 7 19 120 of"SEVi" -:_'::_:_. _:29 5 21 80 Mrs C E. Norman .. 20.63 s...,i of NEi; of SEW -- -- n

Reaper In NWW of SWW & W 10 Federal Land Dank 29.80 |1 NW>4 of NE'"4 _______.82 5 21 40 J. A. Holllngsworth.- 3.60 of SW14' --_.88 I 11 6 Mrs VS. E. Torode SOS
and Lawtey, Plant City IV4 A In NWW\ of NE% REor NW', of SW" 35 6 12 10 C. I. A M. Dlngfelder 481 -
ke York A Of NEW\ of 8WW\ 12 2 19 60 A. A. Edwards ______ 8.72 Bounded S A W by N8Aof\Vt4 of NWU
liver In stores In New NEW\ of NW;& _____12 'I 19 40 public road N by N of RIo)', of NEW __26 5 22 1 Harrison Paul _______ 3.76
crateCeyfor Empire Lumber Co. 6.91 tine of said NWU of S>4 of SK>I.4 of 8WW A.
$1.08 per Ett of NEW\ of NE<4 12 'I {
19 A
20 Weeks Tpt. Co. ____ 6.91 NEU & E by Branch 86 5 n 2 Earl Cook ____.._____ 10.92 420 ft of SWW of
around $1.03 per W% of NEVt ________IS 'I 19 80 Weeks Tpt. Co. ____ 13.37 Lots 4, 5. II A Wv4 of of HNVW' ___________26 5 SI 14 Mrs O, O. Annie __ __ 5.46
"t,,. Loading 560-S6. Law- Wy4 of SWW of SEW Lots 7. 8. I of Elk 81n SH! nf SEW, of SEW" of It r

stores forI99centa & SEW\ of 1 n..llhronn Springs 16 5 11 tYnkno'A'n ____________ 1.19 MK% A Wl"* of SEW
deliver In 20 60 Max Shane- _______ li.59 W14 or NW'4 ot SW1,4 1 II It 20 Ruby UIiMllon ________ 1.03 of SKI: SVfr of i'
per pint crate. SEtA of NEW & Com at All NE'4 N ot road __ 2 II 21 1&1 Mrs. Annie H. Alvares 11.211 "RW'4" of S1CW& A 8E)Vt '

NE Cor of NEW. of SJ4:\ of AW\\ __u_ __ a 0 21 40 lit. JOo Conner ________ 3.U of 8KW' f>f $W44, _. 27 II 22 66 B. F. Halter ._______ 20.6S
refrigerated express Bhip- SEW\ & run 8 to Sec S\4 or f'1E'4' nr NW% Com ut NN for of Sec

make the second- corn r thence W & NE" of SV3%, ___ I 8 11 60 W. n. Strickland ___ II.UN'V'4 28 A" run tt'16.0ft I
generally on Sea line 995 ft, or RW4! ______ I 6 21 40 A. A. Hutchinson ___ 8.110 ft 1020 ft. R 1620 ft, N ,i
't market against thir'dmarket thence Northerly to or NW NtS 1020 ft to beg ____?8 6 tl 40 J. n. Phuford ________ 7.SS
4 by truck and H See line 610 ft W Hof NWor\ NWt4 _12 8 It 80 Jeff Lewis _______ 1.10 Lot 34 Wondlawn _It I 11 10 J. I>. I'rawfurd __n__ I.U
of pt of beg thenceE N 166 yds A" W 88 ydsnt Lot S In Wuotlluwn __SO 6 12 10 Federal, Land Bank __ 3.46

by freight, strawberries via to pt of beg; 2 I 20 88 Ida J. Merrill ___ 915 NEI 1 It 20 Mrs M. L. lAwl. ____ l.tISIf Lots 29 42 In Wood-
generally sell N-8-4 of WV ofSEW of SW"o f SV, 613 Inwn ,_ __ _30 II 11 20 Unknown ... _......__ 1.S6
rated express ex 1 A In MU Cor A E1fa or SW1,4 ..x 10 A Lots 1(1,, 37. 43. 41 I. 54 uC

und ic more per pint than com at 8W Uor of In NW ('or ________13 8 21 DO Emplr. Lumber Co __ n.n In Wnoiltnwn ._ 30 II 11 60 Unknown ______.___ 45S
BEW of SE'i & run of Ion. III, M WH! "'
E\4 or
and 2 cents more per NW\4\ NE' .
uck Lot 1 II 1 N' nf Lot
N to H Sec line NE >
: otNE'4
% of SW
W by refrigerated freight.er thence E 810 ft, __ ___________ 8 21 80 C"' Lewis ___ __ I.UNW S* .In W.llnwii ....31 II 12 30 I.. R. Starling .___ ____ 3.41 -
words for truck trans- Southerly Sec line t," e>f FFt4 ________23 8 11 40 M. Mcnae __..__ '..80RE1 Lots U, 87, :38 In Y4
with 325 ft, E of pt of I < of NE1. ________23 8 21 to Unknown ________ 10.84Dlk Woodlnwn --______. 31 II 11 80 Levy Sweat .________ 3.11 "'
lion to compete ex- beg thence TT 3:5 ft I 8 Cro..hy LakeShores EW of Hwy uf NWVof ;' -
the trucks to pt of bee _____ 2 8 20 In NEW A WW ol
I transportation, 93 F. M. Merritt _____ 9.45 "8174 of See 11114" : of>
U & In ____ Leah N.tUn .______ I.U NWW of
SWW of NE'4 & all 0 NJoJ1 25 I itBeg .
delivered ,
lave to cut their NE4 _. 14 5 S3 10 J. H. Moore __________ S.IS
cratee SKVi of NEfi W of At !'IE' 'nr nr N'V% 111 4, of 8WW of SEW!: ,
o around 70 cents per McKinney Branch -12 6 20 611 N. G. Moody _________ 5.78 nr NW4 or 8W\4 Sec HH of HIC14 I of SEW 1
freight transportationcompete NEW\ of NWW _12 6 20 40 Max Shane _________ 7.86 4 & run N 88 degrees. ex T A on 3 side W t'' -

[[ all. E'A of NW% & \V% of 'V 736 ft to fleo line, of Ry ______ 84 5 11 89 Unknown ____________ 8.90 '
at SWW! of NEW ____14 6 20 100 O. E. Crosby _______ 8.83 Ihpnt'f N 370 ft to All N3.4 of NWW of
j the express serv- SW%, of SWW ______15 0 20.0 Empire Lumber Co __ 5.tO NW Cnr of N'V'4'! ofRWt4 M of Rv AN% ? t'1'NWV '
only can NEV of NEW & 8W% / thence E 160 ft of NWW of NWW _.26 6 12 1 15 Mrs O. O. Annie ____ SRI '
|iver sooner than trucks, but of NEW ____________21 0 20 RO Empire Lumber. Co __ 10.04 R 660 rt to beg ex 1 Lot 1 In I'oetnvlll _85 6 11 17 Mrs. O. O. Annls __ 9.37 ,
In transit or dam- SEW of NEW &0 SEW 21 6 20 200 Mrs. D. "... Kelley __ 43.78 A on N aide A ex Lot to, II, 13 Peets. n (e
e of delay Eli' of SEW __________22 6 20 RO R. S. Johns __ 20.2t 3131k- A In NE Cor ____ 4 7 U I Mary 0 PUlaI'd ____ 5.n vIII _.. ___85 6 22 ft Batty Strong __ 830'
icausa of non-refrigeration NWW __..____________22 a 20 100 Mrll. D. W. K..IlfY. __ 85.07 40 In Snm"Me City ''NE'4' of NKW of N38 6 II 10 C. B. Hayes ___...__. ..n f
will be paid for 8TVW ---_ ____-.._____22 6 20 160 Margaret L. Kelley 18.05 A 1 A E or 701k 40 W-3-4 of NW of NW'/i

tippers HWW Of 8WW -23 6 20.0 H. 8. Johns _____u___ 10.U 9\V'4 4 of ]jW" of 2 Mary C. Pillard ___ 4.07 of NWW -- ._18 I SIII 16 C. 1. A M Ulngfelder 8.30 rV
| by express and the truck Fracl Blk 3 New ___ 4 7 21 SWW of NWV4\ \ will not pay one thin River _23-24 6 20 A. J. Thomas. _______ 1.91 E II A nf 1'1\4' \ -f SWQof I Jim 11.62 NS" of HW'4' of SEW __ > 18 10 Mil drlfris 876 4'
>n Lots 5. 7, 89 of Blk NF4 ___ 5 7 11of I'ridgeon ----- NK:''y of NIV. .. 8 6 S3IS 40 A. C. Summer------_. 8.18

regardless. 9 New River ____28-24 9 20 B. F. Renfroe ______ 8.61 'V 4 A or 1'1'4' of 8\\1.. 4 Malinda PJldseon 4.15 SlIl4 of NWU A 'V%
Ex- Blk 14, New NE'6 7 21 ---- of S\VM' : of NWW __ 4 6 60 A. J. Bryan .._ ___ AAt I t4
(explain what I mean by LO.\Ierof\ : _2324LotH 6 20 D. F. Renfroe _______ 1.87 Elf of SE'" & SW14ot 120 FORtH IiIhl Smith _____ 17.10 N'4 of N12W of *'*KW) 5 8 12 10 Millard ll Judd __u____ 3.85
Company paying for losses 7, 9 of Blk 15, RE'! !A 7 21 20 Wm Thomas All E<4 of NWi< o' S,
non-refrigera- New River ____n28-24 0 20 D. F. Renfroe ______ 3.U R'4 nt BF.ti ntB i,4:17 7 21 ------- 4.17 8Wr.v\: of road __.10 8ft 11 R Mrs. Alloe Langford __ 4 15
e of delay or Lot 4..f> Blk 32, New NI+.4 nf NE4 ex 8 A 3' Wm Thomas 8.93 W4 If. of RW\4* of HHW HR14 29 20 Unknown __..______ 1.82
ome few years ago we had River __________ 23-24 6 20 Jessie Sftwell ________ 2.38 In NF: ('or _u ___ __20 7 11Vt4 -------- of HW' of NKW.H 6 11 40 10 O Horner ______ 11.35
strawberries that was de- NW'4 of NW'6 20 40 H. 8. Johns __________ 10.84 \ nf W.1t nf NF)14 SO Unknown 111 W&\ of WH' at NWW' _-12 6 S3 40 E. Q. Homer. ...____ 1135 1. '
jof NW%, of NWW 8W A E 10 A of NWye fll 7 21 40 Empire Lumber------Co.----- 11.40 B''4 of NW"" of 8W i 14 6 13 20 L. P. BobslnSS ________ '.U

Jia transit and missed the of NWV4 ___________27 6 20 120 Mrs D. W. K..Il..y. ____ 23.00 RFIof NFt4 _- --_--20 7 21 U Unknown -- 1,98 EW of BIS',4 of NWW 4
It Prices had dropped 8ctat. E% of NEW -28 8 20 80 Mra....D. W. Kelley__ 15.29 NW NE' : 7 21 ------------ NR'i: of NEW of .

SWW &0 SEW\ of ..... All 8w4 of N\V'4.S4._ sa L. J. Wynn ______ 1.18 SWW _.14 8 20 Ernest Clessner _-____ 7."
The Express Company .13W% -_-28 I 20 120 American Tuns Groves of) rna -- : 3 7 21 n W 2K A of SEW _of ,
u u ,/ : ::; :; OTtM A. Ikflnt/ f k
$1.00 33 pint crate I Inc ------------------ U.1 Nead NE 4 1016 16 J. D. Prevatt IUI iivA
ui per i : -------- 'N'W
EOL of 8E1/4 __________29 8 20 80 American Tung Grove. 7 It All of ti
ver same. Then when we Inc. ---------------- 26.58Sec"uie" Lots 1. 2. 3. 4 or Bract US Fo.tet Sht Smith ___ IIB.n f'11':14' W roltd __ .. 15 8 II 13 A, JI', A. C. Co _____. ...n
in 31-quart crates, 81' of Lo 11 ________30 6 20 20 American Tung Groves Sec' -_ ___26 7 21 Com "I NI ('01' of RI+:Vof
hipping Inc. 7.21 NF'l of NF4: &" 84 of NIl+I4 a run H lIe
me thing happened and the All Sec 31 e1l N% of NJo1 A SE'4 of NVV'4 ft. W 48.. ft. North-

s Company paid us aroundper Lots 4. 5.6& x314of IIr NW', nf S'V1 AWy erly I 8.tNI1 290 Uta p t ,
Lots 1 8 &! 844of 'i of RE'I' A W" 100 Foster .hi Smith ____ 18.14 to beg A e II 5 Gilbert Dixon _______ I."
crate. Now. just this Lot 12 & : S 26 of Et4': of. SE' __..._U 7 U .0 Albert A Lila Willis 6.711 W'f) nt nJk 1 N of R 2W&Rln'of111k1N

pro I shipped berries by' A of Lot ________ I 20 7U American Tung Groves NIf 0t NW" _____ 7 21 .0 Unknown 10,84 I + Bikof
Inc. 252.19 N44 nr N'VV, __:i. ,.p8i 7 21 ----- ----- it 1 v1 A $\v'q ofof
------------------ '.
ifferent trucks to American SW'! or N1114 & SEtA' FrAcl NE'I nf N'14 > Hlk a N nf n Win

Growers Inc. New York cot NW IA &: W1 4J of A ftEnf NWt4 less 160 Foster. Slit Smith It.18 Temple. Rub.111v Id.It" 13 10 Fart Conk ___________ 8.46
NW'4 &: N'oiI' of S\VI0: II A In RW ('or. 311 7 21 ---- RF1t<\ of N1014 __ 17 ./. II to M. JI'. Brown ________ 7.36
The berries were picked, & NWt,4 ot SE4! __ 32 6 20 280 American Tung Groves SIf of N'AN1yofS'" '< NW, or "''WI!, .. W 0

1 delivered to me and ship- Inc. 8888 A N\V 4 NE'4 & 400 Poster Bht Smith 80.59 AA54ofSW'/4 ANEy4
? $
; ---- '
REt4 nf NR4 _____ .__83 8 20 40 Kllia WII.E :::. 1387 wf W'4 18 'I U of RW4 A" P A
,e name day, same quality 814 of SWI4. of NWte 34 8 20 10 Isabelle Williams ____ 6.40 w'nw::: r Lot 9 In W II Carl Decker: _________ Ul W of pnhlle read In

rrles. The first truck ar- RF' __________________84 6 20 180 Lawrence Wiggins -- 20.81 .lO 6 22 fWv"'[ NF14 .;'t.w"!
NE',. _______ __________34 8 20 160 Walter WillsLawrence ________ 20.21 Lot.. 81. 82. 33 In of $I. IT S II 170 n. JI1. Kniuht ___n__ 36 01
on time, carried berries in I NWW ________________ 3 7 20 180 Wiggins .. 26.28 I.nfo'2t'rr; Wood:10 6 U 80 O. bf reODI. -----__ 1.30 Nit ot, 1'11'4: '40 or NJoI: "II 8 II 10 W. T, Weskr h'_' ___ B.41 I
shape. netted me $1.51 per NF4 of NF4 ____ _u 4 7 20 40 D. J. O. Oreen Jr. ___ 7.38 In side' ex A ort W f
A N'h nf
NWye of NW'5 7 20 .0 American Tung Groves lawn __ _11 6 n .0 Unknown ..'16 SWy&HFyofkV4No
i The second truck ran late, Inc. __ ________ 13.67 fHV'4 nr Lot 62 In /, \

(tiling motor went bad, ber- Lots t, 2:I _____ ____ ._ 'I 'I 20 180 C. L. -Atkinson H ______ 26.44 tVnndlewn ,, 11 6 U 3 J. I. Harvey _____u_ 1.nntlO H',;road, of _104101'4_ __-of 20 I n 231 D, E. Knight .____u_ 47.87 t
63. 64 I In .00- NW't
In RE Cor ot SWtof
2 A
i bad shape, 120 crates only flW% ___ __ 8 'I 20 2 Unknown __ ___ ______ 16.90 lawn it 8 22 20 W. J. Wllkennn _____ ..28 C'W' 1 Lot In NIQ c
| J5.70 or less than 5c per All E4 of SW'4 ofRE4 W'of 8F.'', nr N91i II 6 22 10 H. W. Havllan" ___ 423 Tot 8"f llik road I PlnehurstI1ev.k.pment .11 8 II 20 J. W. Edwards, __u__ 21.49
S of road __ _8 7 20 N14 or NW14 nt SW'4" 13 5 2t 20 Lawrenre u. Weekly 499
The owner of this second NWt4 ex 3 A tn fiE Cnr 3 R. M. Oalney __u____ 7.88 ': or RWV nr 8F:14" 13 s 22 20 111. 11. her"an ______ 411 lotlO 21 I II Conrad l.et..ch. _______ '.11>> '
J. 2. 18 1t n'kI '
N'" of NFI, nf I"F" ',. 12 6 22 ,
will not pay one thin dime &0 NE4 nf SWy .x 20 L. O. Weekly Trult. 4.22 .
Shaw __ 15.83 NW'4 nf I'IP.'I' of NE'i 14 6 22 10 Lilli" M. Andrews ____ 5.71 Pln.hurRt Development
8 'I 20 196 Mrs. Alma
BE C"r
1 A. In __
r.burse me for this loss. My 'i Lot T of Blk 3 Ward h. NE'.4 or RPo1 U 8 22 40 J. U. Moore. __________ a.1I3 WI nr ilk 1 N or It__3F 11 8 II Earl Cook ___________ 987

ace with trucks this seay I City ___ ___.___ __ ._ 8 'I 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1,56 I.t. 1. 2. 7. 8 In A all. Frees or Fl'4: ," .
Wondlrnvn U 6 n 40 David Rickert ._____ 8.10 ,
Lot 8 of Dlk 11, Ward "r .
first trial Is that it woulde Hlk 1 N of It II I.] '
City _________ ____ 8 7 10 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1.56 81,1 f.nt.nf. Jot. A. 4 lit fIn H "r "'ra... .01oT N. 11.Ilagamnn .
better to pay $1.08 de- Lots 2. 8 of Blk 13. 6. 8 In 'ood-

In stores in New York by Ward City .. n8 T 20 At. P. Matheny ______ 2.37 Lntll lAwn 1. 2. 17. U. 47._44 U I 12 30 Unknown ___________ 1.119 being 5UftNlltH&Ob"ln.all '

rated express than to let Lots Ward 10. City lint u Elk_ _H._ 8 'I 20 E. T. Stewart -_____ 12.88 \vnodlawn _111 5 23 GO Ada Fou Stewart, ___ 8.80 line sold. of Frees NWt/ W of NW'4 nr Jo1 ,"'.p _y

cks haul them for nothing. Lots 10. 11 ot D1k 111 Lnt.'Vond'.wn U.' 18. 32 _In III II U 30 D. L ________ '.10 A Fly nf NI'4'\ lIr IlIk -
Ward City ___ 8 2. 20 L. A. Mott ___ ____ 12.80Lots R".by 1 "
trucks will deliver In goodand 8 of Blk Tots 19, 20. 29. 30 In rNHW" len1 :;..k' 2 N'7'1; I Inf

6.Ward 6. 7.City __ 8 'I 20 H. P. GalneyT. ________ 4.78 Wond'awn' 11 I U 40 G. C. Barnes. ________ ...10W' SW'4 E -
shippers save from 11 10. .(, of Lot 81 A" Lois 1'el11"I. to
cents Lute 4. 5. 7. 9. 11 of 4.78 3 4. 40. 42, 53. 54 In Rub.Div 22 8 II 10 lolr.. Grace Ford __ 10."
per crate refrigerated Elk Ward rltv 8 10 C. Ilasen All land lying 17 AH
22. t7 nn
Wood'awn' .11 I U IllS Mr.. E. G. Uarv.y __ 10.16
t but All Blk 23 Lot 7, sides of the aid
express shipments, _____ ___. 4.78BeM' lnt. 33. 34. U. S8. 37
Ward City __ __ ___ 8 'I 20 Unknown lilt{ Htarke A"Law! e v
trucks 38 A nt 39 A '
do not deliver in Ny" '
495 ft W publla road In 80 21 ,
a pt
hape of flW\4\ 401, 44. 43. 46. K1. 112.K8. known the O A. 0
and then the shippers or fE! Cnr 57. 61. tI3 In a.

am 36 cents to $1.60 per of SE ? & 244 run 1-3 W nn ft! Wo..dla"'n __ 17 I II 115 Mn. E. O. Harvey 81." :Thrower!10113 'A Hr In property Nil Cur .. ..._.

and no earthly chance to N 230 ft, E to landof Lots 50. U.sl. 41.U. 42.51. 44.54 U 4Q., of NW14\ of NW'. 22 8NWU 11 11 Mrs Grace Ford ...__ 986

for damages. E. L. Crosby thence 66. 60 63, of NW'42t I 11 40 T. 8. Williams ....e. 1403
S 2SO ft, thence W 20 2 R. M. Galnty S.24 64 r:' ;'n lil2 .18 II II tao Mr.. E. G. Harvey __ 28.11 | 276AofaIAin.) .
8 'I ------- anal' being all of
back to bet
to refrigerated ex- NIl, tit Tot 22 In Wood-
H' of '
NW'All of
WH of lawn ___18 II 22 5 Unknown ______ 1.51 4 HB',4 "HWU'
traojportation. This reduc- NW% of SWW N of road 2.1: 8 ISS3 1 Mrs. Dora Sullivan __ ..71
Lot 29 In WoodlAwn 11 I II 10 Unknown ____________ .11 A of
.t only meets truck trans- Ry & W 18 A of Lots 1. 6 4. 6. 8. 6. NWU of
15.21 2. .
Stoke '
N. O. .
183 :
SEW of NWW __ ____ 9 7 10 ----- 8Rt' &NSAof WH t i
ion but will make markets SO 40 Lawrence Wiggins 10.18 11, 18. 84. U. 45, U. of of
SEW of SEW ________10 T 23.10 SWU of HfclU] N
51 52 In'o"III.n 19 I II 160 Pura Water Co. _
earlier than trucks and also E<4 of NWW of SEM It T 20 20 Empire Lumber Co. WI(,,of Lot U A" All 88. All road 4*Of_ 24 8 SIV.. T. Jordan ________ ..U .
SEW of SWW &0 SWHof 3'. 89 A EIf of 40 AN44
rs 12.
are insured against losses SEW _______ ._- It 7 20. 80 H. H. Howard ------ afR9I4ofW48n' t
!''sy or non-refrigeration. NEW of NEW A All all of :: 'i'IJ\voo: 61A road 4* .. _14 13SI 17 Maggie Hamilton ____ 1468
< _________ .
N of 15 1 110 Chas. :J, Johnson ..._ 1461
It SEW of NEW '.12 lawn It I 21 CO Mrs. E. G. Harvey 10.70
as fof
a whole, it looks to __ _________15 7 20 45 LawrenceVlggin. -- W 110 ft of N 106
Lot. 9, 10. 23: 14. 25, ,
1 though the Express Com- 1 A in NW Cor of in Woodlawn 2811 I II CO Dalton Carter ______ 1.7 of EH of NWU V! f HEH
:\ 4ft 21 1 S3S3
NEU ex Eugene
Is of NWW lying ___ 1.11'
% \\.004-
coming back strong andy 844 of Lot 57 In Com at NW 'or of CallA
140 yds N A S by Llllle Cone 1.70 fawn __ 11 I 21 I Unknown _________ l.n .. .
1 Mrs. Church Ht *
-- run
of 7
truck W ___ 16 .
transportation 85 yds F3 & Wood-
8 61 Lots 49. 60 In
Llllla Cone K 275 all fora
20 Mrs. ft N ft
berries will be of E30 A of W% of NEW 17EW 7 20 Cone !t." lawn __ It I 22 20 W. H. Walnwrl.ht __ 11.07 (
Llllle of I hence
a thing __ 7 SO 80 Mrs --- pt b..c.
rt of NEW _____.._ 17 Lots 2. 8. 4. 7. I. 9, 18, run'" 110 ft, thenceH
and Bradford County hog at Cor 445 ft oNE'4 14. 21. 22. 23. U. 28. 76 ft, thence W
r I will be in better shape tot of NE of WH 27. 28 AW'. "f Lot 210/ ft. N 76 ft to a
run W on See U In 'Wnndln..n 20 I U 1511 :Mrs E. O. Harvey __ U.U
t their Pt of beg IS' V, B. Harrell __ (...
than be- thence8'A .
crops ever line 244 1.1 ft, E'; or RW'4 of 81st. Blk 19 as extended on
Dce strawberries were ship- mile to S line of k f&P4 nr S4 U I 22 80 J. R. Shuford ______ ..6'1 IDnaeys Map S 100 s

1 said NEW. thence E Et4' of N9'4 of NW 44 ft A ex 19) 0.ft, Orlirlnal 1b
any market out side of theof 244 1-3 ft thence N'4' M. GalneySO ___ 4.93 less 1 A tern ___U II 22 19 R I. A of. Dln..t.ldtr 8.10 Town of '
Florida mile to'beer ___ ._ __ _17 1 10 15 R. F'4': or fi'wv, t.f SSli _. U 5 21 20 P. B. lIul1lval _____ ...00NF. Htarke 21 8 32 Thelma Larantaux 10.47
Beg at a pt Cora: ft.W V4 of NWl4 lOX W 10 Com at SW Cor of .
Respectfully yours, of NE of A __ ____ U II 22 10 lIabel Wainwright. __ '.11 I Madison A Bay Bts A

J. L. Harrell, NWW and run W on Corn At RI where N run H 238 ft for a pt !
line. 733 ft. thence line nf Sec n cross..
of bear, thence run W l'A\\
Lawtey, Fla. S',4 mile to S line of Arungnnky612ft.'" z zft
1---_ 105 ft, N 14 fr, E: 105 '. ?
.. NP. 24. thence E 739 44 J. n. Mott ------ 7.45 F. at right angles, tn ., N 14 ft0 pt of
Die! Card Sale! 100 for 89c. ft, thence N to be- 17 7 fly III t& for a pI of heir .. U' SSS3 Mlk. Dew ___ 1.61 +
of "SEW 1".'s beg. th..n.. f1 parallel :
NWW SW'4EV4 20 60 Empire Lumber Co The NH of the following
this low before. Special of .NEof 17 7 with fly 1060 ft E lit ." r-lty Block Hounded
'* W 8384 ft of NV& of ...71 right angle to fly N by Call lit. W ii I
Unknown --
resembles 20 -------
20 --
engraving. Lot 8 _____________ 18 7 BI0 ft. N parallel I by Broadway Bt, H
shies'' to choose froimu 5 In :' of Lot 2 E 6 Empire Lumebr Co. 1.31 with Ry 1060 ft. W by Madison. 8t A E
"nl County fAR N of River ISSH 7 (0 at right angles to Ry by Hay Ht 21 1 A. E. Molt Heirs __ lI.n G
Telegraph. of NWW NEW 840 ft, to heg ex 0 APoor. Lots I, 4 of Blk 17. $? k
of 8WW till SE.vN8Wrn or less. ton R Livings Truby A y

of ex SO 160 Empire Lumber Co 27.11' aide' deeded tn ro. F. Co's. Hub f/H 21 1 SSSS D. P. Pullum ....___ 8.81 it t
of __ __ 22SWW 7 ('hapm.n In lU't A ". Lots 1. 2 of Blk 27 ;

OUR MILK of NWW\ NWW L. W. Sowell _______ 11.22 r.tnrd.d In Pee d Livingston Truby A .i "V
of SWW ____._.____ _J3NWW 7 80 20 Book p. page 21' _.13 I IS H nettle Bennett But 11.10 C'o's: Hub; r>lv 21 6 Unknown ..__.______ 1.10
of NEW\ .x E IOU SO SO H. H. Howard ___. 4.91 2 A 0" N lid. of NEr4!: I Lots 1. 4 of Blk 2*. 1
A 7 of NElt bounded F1 Livingston rub)' A
Com 'mt BJ3"Ct;f of Sec by 3A" R.rd.. M A W f'o's Hub LivT l -21 1 II A. T. Paul __ U'I
24 A run W en See by A. M Blanchard U I 21 2 Ice Frll'o ____ .to I Lots 2. 1 or N% of Blk

line ton ,,"n.. N 20 Lot> 2 .r FOlk 3 Town I, If, Livingston TrubyA
ft chns, E 100 chns to Lawtey W nt RI _. U I U R. A. Orlftis __ 1,1' ro-s Huh fur 21 1Rfe S3 Alfred Barnes ___....
8.0 line thence S 20 210>> Foster Sbt Smith IT." Blk 15 eX Le>tI 1. 8 of Blk 17, Llvlncston -
chns to beg ___u___24 'I SO Town ot Lawtay W Truby A Co's
EW cf NWW\ .f fly ___ _23 I II Ada Woore -___ 11.17 : Hub rilr; ? 2* 1NH A... O. Tanklne: ___ '.U "
NE&NE& Lot 1 of H1k 15 Town of Oik 11 A all BHc
of SWW. 1
eldom N4 of SEW" SEW\ of Lawtey W of, fly 23 I IS 1, Jr, Moore _________ UI 14, Llvln..ton, TrubyA .

Equalled of SEW-tOO A. also .. Lot II of B.k. 18. T..nf'f Co's Hub Mr ____21 I 11 A. O. Jenkins ___ .... i+ ''IWK
beg 60 chns W ofRE Lawtey W ot RT U I IS 1. H. Moore ___. lI.U of Ulk 4/). Llvlnston. 1

Cor of See 25 A Lotll 1. 2, 4 of Blk 16. Truby ACo's
eVer Surpassed on Seo line Town ot Lawt" W21 Hub Plv ,.. 21 6 n Unknown ______ 1.1. +
____ a
40nchne N, 20 chni of Ry I U 1. 11. Reddish Lot 1 of Blk 41. LITln I

rbns S, 20 chnt, Lot I of tllk 1f.. Town .ston. Truby Go's
to E. 40 beg-80 A. also. of Lawtey W fit ItT 28 I II 1. k. Beddleb .U Sub DIv _. -.-- ___18 6 SSSS Damon Deli .. 1.11 d ,, + '
at apt 60 .chns Lot. I. 8 of Bile II.of BU! of Lot 2 of Blk n. d

PETERSON'S W 25 beg*of NE run Cor 8 151 c1 See ft. ''Ryof; .Lawtey .11 I U Mra. W, 27. Ton' 28." l Co'Livingston Sub Diy Truby *.11' W. 111. Tor04. I.U ? ;t '

N ll*' ft All Bile If. Town of (ContinuedS3 01& pate .ix)
DAIRY W lit ft. .
ft.12 Lawtey W .f Ry .21 I U 1Ir. C. k 8mltb 1.71
-- B ;Aft to pt 4It bel'26 t 2t 411 Fester Sal Smltb _

N ,

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r. .4.'wss.'e nanw-gym ,
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_., ." .- _.--- --.-- .-. .---- ..- --.----- -- -- --..--.. -
Tea-Surprise ShowerAt The hostesses served attractive Estate andjor Personal Propertythe ty Commission. -
II plates of light refreshments consisting value of which has been fixed I County. FioM.iD. ) .. ,"' Bradt<
Society and Club ItemsMrs. Baptist PastoriumThe of punch, cookies, sand- by the County Assessor of Taxes 1939. x 1 .//lIly l 12,
Baptist circles of the Wom- wiches, and potato chips and accepted by the Board, of -- 'rhQII1 CI/

Brown, Mrs. Sewell bath powder, was presented to son :MrS. Edward Burns, Mrs. E. joyable an's Missionary tea and Society surprise had shower an en- not Members given their of the"thank society offering"for who had County By order Commissioners of the Board of Coun-1 I at Remington the BradfordHAROLD ",, '..ale ype-rlt,

Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire of Wash L. Williams. Mrs. E. L. Biggs. last Friday afternoon, from fourto Fund : ''lntl'ele.....
Are Co-Hostesses the Educational Building .
:Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. J. W. ,
ington. D. C. Two bingo prizes six o'clock, at the pastorium.
Outstanding among social eventsof cosmetic sets, were won by Mrs. Kincaid, and :Mrs. Eugene L. Mat- which was: beautifully decorated brought their offerings at this I

the week was a bridge-lunch, W. E Murphree and Mrs. Hilda- thews, Mrs. H. B. McLendon of with summer flowers arranged in time.About
belle Bence. Orlando Mrs Phillip\ F. Maguireof fifty persons enjoyed
bowls and baskets.
party given at the Kln-B cottage INSURANCE
on Kingsley Lake, Wednesday At 12:30: o'clock the guests were Washington D. C., Mrs. Carrie Circle Number One, Mrs. L. G. this happy affair.
invited to the dining porch where Jane Rushin of Dublin Ca., Mrs.
morning, by Mrs. M. F. Brown Powell, leader, and Circle Num- I NOTICK
and Mrs. W. 13 Sewell, in honorof they were seated at a long table Wilmot Brown, Mrs. Hart, Mrs. ber Three, Mrs. H. L. Hough, Notice la hereby given that the
for the delightful two-course W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee, in honor of I
summer visitors In town.A leadery entertained Board of County Commissioners
lunch. Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennille. Ga., Circle Number Two, Mrs. H. L. i of Bradford County, Florida, will\
of zinnias and other
profusion Mrs. O. Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of ,
included Leesburg
The guest list : circle !
Brownlee, leader, whose hold a meeting in the County
flowers artistically arranged fn L. Beusley, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Mrs. C. S. Lindsay of Winston
had the best attendance record atthe Commissioners Room in the Coun-
hanging baskets and bowls and D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. L. D. Vln- Salem, N. C., and Mrs. J. P. C. WALL AGENCY
I monthly business and pro- ty Court House at 10:00: o'clockA.
placed on the spacious proches 'Ing, Mrs. A. Z Adkins, Mrs. O. L. ;Burns of Atlanta, Ga.
the cottage formed the decorative gram meetings for the past quar- M. on August 7, A. D. 1939 for
Haynes, Mrs. W. E. Murphree, Please Phone 146
motif for the occasion. Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. Hilda- Margaret Monteith HonoredOn ter.The the purpose of hearing complaints I
program was opened witha from owners or agents of Real
After three progressions of belle Bence, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, Tenth Birthday
solo Mrs. L. A. Canova,
piano by
bridge Mrs. O. L. Beaaley was Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. N. Margaret Monteith, attractive
which was followed by Miss Marjorie -
awarded high prize for town Mrs. K. G. Duncan
Sternberg little daughter of Mr. and Mr D. Stump singing two lovely
guests, a box of Early American Mrs. C. A. Knight, Miss Mina A. Monteith, was the honored numbers, "I'll Never Stop Loving
Spice bath powder. High prize for Manassa, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs.R. guest last Thursday afternoon You" and "I Know a Little Girl."
out-of-town visitors, a box of F. Demorest, Mrs. J. E. WIIv when her mother entertained witha -
Mrs. L. G. Powell gave an ap-
----- ----------
___. .... _ .!I delightful afternoon party at propriate reading, "The New
their home in celebration of her Home' and dedicated it to Mrs.

i tenth birthday anniversary. James Burton Rosier, a bride of STATEMENT OF CONDITIONFLORIDA
USED CARSWe Quantities of Summer flowers, June 24. Mr. John Powell Fav-
gladioli and dahlias predominating -
ored the company with a solo,
were placed to advantage in "Until.. BANKAt
the reception hall, living and din- The program cleverly led up to
Ing rooms in decorating for the feature of the which
a special tea
have several real good used party. was a surprise shower for Mrs.
Ii Margaret and friends were Rosier. A basket of miscellaneous -
entertained with many games and gifts was presented by little Condensed from Report to Comptroller, June 30, 1939
I> w. w w w I contests which took place on the Miss Nancy Lightfoot. The bride

some of which we list below which Rebecca lawn. In Simpson the peanut won a contest vanity opened into the the gifts dining and was room then wherea invited RESOURCESLoans

case for finding the most peanutsand set of dishes were presented to and Discounts -------________________?_____ $ 68,615.75:
little Jeannette McLendon of her by Mrs. A. M. Darby, president BankIng House', Furnitureand

we have priced to sell Orlando was consoled with a big of the W. M. S. This was a Fixtures ---------__________________________ 12,203.68
stick of peppermint candy for __ __ __
gift from the entire Woman's Mis. U. S. Government Securities -' ___ $ 6,600.00
finding the fewest number. Sue' sionary Society in appreciation of Listed New York Stock Exchange
Burks of Griffin, Ga, was presented Mrs. Roster's faithful services as I Bonds and Other Securities _______::_ 136,294.83Cash
2-1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring the a kerchief tall. for pinning on leader of the Sunbeam Band. on Hand and Due

At donkey's five o'clock the guests wereinvited from Banks _______________-__.___'_ 186,020.43
2-1936 Ford Standard Tudor into the dining room for CentaWordWANTED
refreshments. The center of attraction 327,915.26
1-1935 Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring in the room was the lace ,.

covered table holding a beautifully TO BUY cows and $ 408,734.69LIABILITIES
1-1937 Ford Pickup decorated birthday cake. The hogs. Market prices paid on all
cake, topped with ten pink birth- grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247,

1-1935 Ford Pickup day pink candles rose buds, was and surrounded fern. with Starke, Fla. 331lyrpFOIC Capital Stock -____________________________________ $ 2:1.000.00:

Mrs. Monteith was assisted by Surplus and Undivided Profits __________;________.______ 20,224.03
1-1934 Chevrolet Pickup her mother, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, million SALE CIIIIAP-over one Reserves --_________________-_.____?____ ________ 625: .63
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs in serving Improved strawberry variety plants,Missionary by- Deposl ------________?____________?_____________ 362,885.03:
1-1929 Ford Tudor
individual cakes, iced in pink, and the bed or by the thousand. See .
ice cream to the young folk. Millard R. Judd Starke, Florida. $ 408,734.69
Those invited to help Margaret 6mo.p "
celebrate her birthday were: Dot-
See These Cars Before You tie Sue Biggs, Joan Taylor, Mary FOR SALE Improved variety Member Federal'J j Deposit Insurance Corporation;
Buy Jones, Nancy Lightfoot, Merry Porto Rico sweet potato vines, Member Florida National Group'
Beth and Nancy Knight, Rebecca $1.25: per thousand. Missionary
Simpson, Patsy Hall, Wanda strawberry plants, $2.50 per
Trades and TermsJ. 'Pearce, Hazel Fields, Joan Car- thousand, or by the bed.-Leon I
penter, Fay and Mary Alice Yar- Dicandlo, Box 254, Route
borough, Peggy Ann Wiggins, An- Stark, Fla. .2'1
nice Green, Mary Weldon, Madge
-'* Improved
j variety
Brownlee, Joan Denklns, Betty

W. Andrews Jr. oline Anne Flynn Edwards, Jeanette, Martha Priest, Jane Car- bed.1.25 missionary-per.M. thousand.R. strawberry Judd. Cheaper 5236mopKKNT plants by I .

Wainwright of Tallahassee, Joan I Ilo'UH. I
and Jean Burns of Atlanta, Ga., Comfortable
STARKE, FLORIDA J Sue Maguire of Washington, D. stairs apartment. -Mrs. S.uP-j
C.. Marjorie Sue Middleton of Johns. TOBACCO GROWERSFlorida's
-:-----------------.-----,... Jacksonville, Betty Ann and Sue j

Burks of Griffin, Ga., and Jean FOR SALE -- Missionary straw/
nette McLendon of Orlando. berry plants, $2 per thousand.
ON BERRY MARKETHall's Porto Rico potato plants, 90c i, Leads
Delightful PartyFor per thousand.-Rose Cox, R 2, I i t4 c V n
Joan Box 44, Starke. 7-7 2tp'
Them All
Taylor, daughter of Mr. FOR SALE-800-watt Delco plant, Biggest
GroceryFLOUR and Mrs. Irvin A, Taylor, cele- fully automatic.: Same as new. r in Price
I brated her fourth birthday anni- A bargain. Also. 250 head and Best r_ "
versary Monday afternoon, July White Leghorn pullets, stalling AverageGET
10, when her mother entertainedin to lay, Pine Breeze strain. Inquire -
her honor with a delightful at Carradlne & Peel Store,
Guaranteed 24 Ibs. 55c party at their home on Walnut Lawtey. 7-14 3tp
Street. THE
Joan's guests were from FOR SALE--R. I. and N. H. Red HIGH DOLLAR
B A CON Best White lb. 8c four until six o'clock and were en- Chickens, all sizes, one Jersey I
tertained out on the lawn. Mrs. milk cow two calves, two sows
R. G. KIdd and Miss Marjorie with 13 pigs and one mule.--
Grider assisted Mrs. Taylor in en-, Henry Fifer, Starke Fla., Rt. 1 SELL
MEAL, Water Ground, 10 Ibs. 18c tertaining. Little Jeannette I Box 19. ltpFOR LIVE OAK
Priest bubble
won a set as her reward
SALE-1931 1 1.2 ton Chev-

GRITS Fresh Medium, 10 Ibs 20c tall.The for beautifully pinning decorated on the donkey's birth- rolet truck. truck Bodies, one good White, perfect 3-ton .

mechanically. Easily convertedinto
day cake, Iced in pink and topped
with four burning candles centered farm tractors. Sam And- EXPERIENCED WAREHOUSEMEN
LARD Best Compound lb. 9c erson at Temple Garage.
a white covered table, placedon 4
7 | 14-21-28
the lawn. The honoree and Live Oak's SEVEN large warehouses are operated
Sugar, 5 Ibs. 23c Salt IX lb. Pkg. freshments her little friends of ice' were cream served and cake re- FOR hogs SALE at a- reasonable 12 head of price.good +I ; by men with many years experience in selling

Corn Flakes 5c 2 For 5c by Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Kldd and Must sell at once. F. M. Crews, a I1 h \ bright leaf. They will work hard to get top prices

14 oz. Catsup 9c Onions, 3 Ibs. lOc 'Miss Grider Highland, Fla. itp a r a FOR YOUR TOBACCO. Sell with them.

Fancy.Blue Rose Any Kind Bread July Furniture Values I t .
Rice 5, Ibs. 20c Loaf 9c 3 for 25c ,I : TWO SETS OF BUYERS

Oleo Butter Prince Albert .. 9 PIECE I I BUYERS on the LIVE OAK MARKET are SALARIED

1 lb. Pkg. lOc I Per Can '.: :- : : .i' X 't?*:: .& men-the finest in the business, anxious,

1-2 Gal Syrup 25c lOc ,;! DINING ROOM : t to pay TOP prices for FLORIDA'S better grade

VIENNA SAUSAGE, Can __ Uh 5c leaf.

MACARONI, 2 Packages ._ 5c I $97.50 : .

BABY LIMA BEANS, Pound __ __ 4c I Live Oak has added more warehouses this year, / al

FINEMETAL giving' you a better chance to secure a QUICK t
PICKLES, Sweet Mixed, Quart Size 12c SALE-All floors are in good condition and will w IiTOBACCO.

_ lOc .

I .
I $2.35 Cash

Live Oak invites you to a gala celebration

FRESH RIBS Pound 12c August 2. Free BARBECUE, FIREWORKS, CASH on l

A NICE I PRIZES-A street carnival, baseball mule
game, t

NECK BONES Pound 6c H ART Metal bits:; CELEBRATIONS race, square and AT round THE dancing.TOBACCO MARKET


$4.95 -.c'.:.... ;; (A Junior Chamber c/ Comment "'
FLORIDA up :jldetnittmtnt)

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.v !1'LC It, 1039 ... ..... tnt.\ltJ'ORD COITNTV
---- -. -- _.. ___oou __ __ __ __ TELEGRAPH. 4TAR11EYrnnms:, u .___ ____ __
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Bits of Local Mrs W. E Middleton Mrs R. Miss Pauline ana Josephine- Mrs A P. Sauls returned- to her :Mlaa!. -Wllla --- ..-
J. Vlda
Interest I j js Davis. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Strode arrived this week to spend home here Sunday after pending, Killings .rth

Mrs. II B. McLendon of Orlando the remainder of the summer at several weeks In Los Angeles' an Is visiting her mother Mrs i l-n:
Mr. and Mrs. pent Tuesday In Jacksonville. their home here. The former is the i Klllingsworlh In Atlanta. < a
Palmer of Jackson- Clayton Strickland Dr. and Mrs. S. guest of Miss Louise Snyder., *
P. Vandlv I
Reba guest this week ofGlorl& of Kingsley Lake are receiving and son, Pltner, have re Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Frlpp of employed as vacatlonal councillorin and Mind Mrs\ Jack I'rather 'I Mr. and Mrs. I. P Shi-phr tndson
,I till congratulations on the birth gone to Key West were guests Monday oi the James Monroe High Schoolin Jack,
of Mr
Buford a MilledReville Ga., where Dr. Van- and Mm. L. S. Hutto and spent Sunday In Mon-
has daughter, Sandra Joyce, on June Frlpp's brother-in-law and New York City, said to be the Tillnmn I
t, Rigdon! who dlviere Is working with son returned Sunday tlcello with relatives.
ads t'I : a unit of sister Mr. and Mrs. L. O Powell. latest high school In the
the past month, will 30.W. the State Board of Health. Mr. world from H ten days' visit with relatives _... .
and Mrs. ------
with ----
fOI Fripp were --
III en routeto 6.000 students in build- 1-- -- --
is 1m- W. Ward one In
that he of Dublin, Ga. Orangeburg and Columbia -
wasa Mr.
&d to team visitor to the and Mrs. George C. White points in North and South ing. The latter I is an instiuctor in S. r. I
Telegraph office
daughter. Francis, of Carolina. the A
Tallahassee department of Rural Social
g. Rigdon and last week. He is a native of the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall of
> were here Tallahassee !
and Mrs last Thursday J. A. Landrum of Brooksville Organization at Cornell Univer L9 COLLEGE
Arthur section of this were last
Mrs. county visiting relatives. guenta Friday of
Mr the sit Ithaca N. Y.
n end recent guest of his son ) They will return -
and Is still keenly Interested in Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs
spent and Mr
n, all of Jacksonville people and affairs here. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Harrell and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. to their positions around and Mrs Jack I EDUCATION
here with Mr. and Every children T. Frank September I. I ..
-end are spending a vacation Land rum. He was ac- .It Mlmwxl 10 wonh
year or so he and Mrs. Ward /tfoona.
h j RlgdonE spend a few days here in Kentucky with relatives.me companied to Starke by his Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Molpus The Woman's Society of Chris. a1 fghml ...ThouMilf_ m h*
D. ) Knight and Miss Mer- and friends and seeing relatives Kev. and Mrs. Laurie G. granddaughter, Idell Landrum, whose marriage took place in tlan Service of the Methodist JurMkM ... ..uwfegih4 .... ..

th Knight spent Tuesday In familiar places. visiting I Ray and children and Mr. and who has spent several weeks in I Gainesville last week, will arrive church noon, at will meet Monday after- thrir chllibra tkmih .5.. _
Mrs. Brooksville.Mrs. here following their three-thirty o'clock at Reliance
sssee E J. Bastien, all of wedding trip, F'dfrcalorPolicyMn.h.aA.Ra
of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns spent the church Mm. W E. Middle-
Mary Anne were guests ft R. Struth and Miss to make Starke their home. Mr.
Saturday of ton, -
the week-end In Lake Butler I president, will
her with preside.
nghanl, Mich., is visiting their and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray and Mrs. Edith Rowe will leave Sunday fora Molpiis Is an employe of the State HAUOIJ) C. WALL, Agency tReliance
Miss Ferol Jones. daughter-in-law Mr. J. W. White visit with Mrs. Struth's parents, Forestry Service and has been Friends here regret trt, know
and Mrs. Life Insurance
Freeman Johns. Company
been Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Tatum, in De- stationed at Ualford for several that Fred Carlton la a patient In
yed byttheContinental Cano Mrs. Carrie Smith returned to and children, E. Canova Land. months. Mrs. Molpua was formerly St. Vincent's Honpltal. of Plttsburjr
in Tampa for the past Ocala Thursday after a visit here III Norma, Miss! Elizabeth Patricia __ -
T&tlon returned Starke and with her sister, Mrs. Jeff Johns. and Emma Jane, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Perry of Gainesville 00------_,___ -'... ...m --- ._ _S..'
spent Sunday here spent Sunday in Auburn-
devote hie full time to hisi Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe May and Mrs. Emma Canova as and guests Mr. and of dale as guests of Mr. Lawgon's Miss Ethel Taylor, of the H. C FLOWERSAll

here Mrs. May's sister, Miss Mary Mrs. R. G. Kidd. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Law- Wall Insurance Agency, returned
Fontaine, of New Orleans La., Sunday from the Insurance short orders flllml with r refill ronnltleru-
have been recent guests of Mr.May's Virginia Sewell Is enjoying a son.Mr. course, the lion for the
sponsored by University requirement of the IndltMuol.
in Bartow and Mrs. Guy Hinton Sale,
as the of
Mr and guest
parents Mrs. H. of Floilda'and
D. June Dyer. en route to their home in Talla- held at Holly- Special attention given' to promptness amt
May. wood. Miss! Taylor made an ex: ,
Mrs. hassee after economy.
Prices Wm. Dobrow and enjoying a wedding
Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Tison childrenof cellent trade on the course., and

Sapp gathered last week at Rai- Ft. Meade and Mrs. Ida Dobrowof trip to Daytona Beach were WAS ChONpn fn h.]n o-fm-lA nun va .M.......... .I.. r! r>__.._ii
ford for their West. Palm Beach will arrive guests last week-end of Mrs Sale's lof -a -.-- -. .& V1r{ell
annual family reunion other 'd'.ri; g'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B the final 'I I'hone I23-J I
Sunday to I Sapp.
Slashed held each year in July. Kingsley spend some time at examinations.Mr. *.. ._. _u_.._ -..-_- ..., ,
Those attending from this county Lake as guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoeof --------.0-
and Mrs. Jack Williams left
were: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Andreu, and Mrs. B, Jacobs. i Palatka were guests Sunday of for
today a two weeks' vacationin
Starke; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Moody Mrs Roy Smith who has spent' Mrs. Varnedoe's parents Mr. and
[WOMEN'S and children, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. the past three weeks here as the Mrs. W. P. Smith. York City. They will
spend tonight In Tallahassee
Joe Holmes and children, Starke; guest of her brother-in-law and Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis of Apopka, as
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Pat
and R. D. Holmes of Lawtey. sister. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun- en route from Roanoke, Va.,
can. left yesterday for Mnhlla_ where she visited her soninlawand ten. Saturday they will Join Mr
SHOES Ala., to visit relative -before-returning daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williams' brother-in-law and sis i
ter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawrence
BEASLEY & GAY to her home In Tennille Shank Is the guest this week of
Georgia. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. of Milton and together they will I "The Dependable Store" Est. 1894
on to New York
go and theWorld's
Service Station Mr. and Mrs.
Glen Searing and and Mrs. James Lewis.
98cAND children of Jacksonville are spend- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and Fair A1KNS\ SUMMERWILSON
ing two months at the II. C. Wall two children and J. C. Turlington Mrs. Irvin A. Taylor, Miss:' Ella
Washing Polishing cottage on Kingsley Lake. of Headland Ala., were luncheon Sassee, and Mis Marjorie Grider

GreasingStandardOil Mr and Mrs. C. L. Howell and guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. SHIRTS

son. Clifton, of Lake City were II. A. Lawson. Miss Dolly Lamb is enjoying a
ProductsOur week-end guests of Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Victor Thomas has returned week's vacation at Jacksonville ;_ i\::

Torode at Kingsley Lake. to her home in Lakeland after Beach. $1.95

$$1.98l' Jobs Mr and Mrs. Glen Duke and enjoying a visit here as the guestof Miss Mary Brownlee, who vlnit-
Greasing/ are ed her parents! Mr. nnd Mrs H'j .
Gayle of Miami, house Mrs. E. M. Thomas. FOIl Tim WKLL
with the best grease moneycan guests' here of Mrs. H. C. Brown I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek and I Brownlee, for several weeks DRESSED. MAN

( ALL' Store-Wide buy. spent several days this week in their guest Mrs. Sue Cook, spent has returned to St Louis, Mo. h

(percent Discount Sale! Gainesville with relatives Sunday In Jacksonville and at'' q M

1 1'y for your choice of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Boring and 'I Camp Foster. Mrs. Cook returned j FLOWERSFOR

season's: newest foot- I children of Tallahassee are guestsof Monday to her ,home In West
I' styles at ama zing i IiFivemznns' Mrs. Boring's sister Mrs. II. C. Palm Beach. I ,ILLOCCASIONS

'ngs It's your last Brown. Mrs. I. W. Pinholster of Lake
:Mrs E. S. Matthews Butler visitor here Wednesday I IN ANYiESIONS
nce Tor values like i | OLD AC1L..AcaDENTj and her was a -
e. TOTAL DISABILITY, guests. Mrs. II. B. McLendon and morning.
AU SICKNESS.T.DEATH.! daughter Jeannette, of Orlando, The Rev. Frank Robinson at- MKNS: AM I li HOYS() COOL
j B R. Witkovskl, and Mr. and Mrs. tended the League Union Cabinet Also Flowers SUAIMKKSPORTPANTS
Eugene L. Matthews are spendinga meeting in Melrone Sunday after- W Wired to

K & PETERS few weeks at the E. S. :Mat- 1 noon.Mr. t AnybOily,1nywb.rfl
-ear thews' cottage on Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. N. Steinberg attended I
Mr and Mrs. G. L. Patten of the funeral services of I For Any YI
A nr'\I.: HAII'
Forth Cor. Broad St. IIAKOLD C. WALL, Agency OcroftlonMRS. :
Tallahassee spent the weekendhere Harry C Neff in Jacksonville'
I Jin'k' llle, ''Florida Reliance Life Insurance Com I as guests of Mrs Patten's Tuesday afternoon. I N. \VAIN\V1UG1IT
pany of rittsburffKOV mother, Mrs. E. K. Canova. They I'hono 102:

.- ._ __n __ ____ _._____ were accompanied buck to Talla- "' 1
haast by Mrs. Canova, who will FLORIDA THEATRE -- _- - ---- -- -...
'E STUDIO.THE PATH TO SLENDKKNKSS:! visit with them for several days. GAINESVILLE, FLA. -"

No Rigid Diet-No Strenuous )'::\ert'lKt"; Miss Edna Mills has:' returned to Program for the \\efk beginning

,V Scientific Treatment of Kxcess: Weight her home In Green Cove Springs .July II, 19S! j jTlnut I I KKKK IIKII nivPHO
r Lolsello .\diinis. Manager. \\'hltl' For after spending two weeks here as S. R. Johns
the of her
guest ,
Royal, AsMt. Manager.! Details Last Today
Suit 1705; Ljnoh Bldg. Jacksonville Mrs.\[rs. A.K. J.M.Wilkerson.Thomas and Mr. and 'alter I'Ic1f1\I mi In-- Vluilnlii Rnc ,, : IENKAll .

-- Sam Woodham of West Palm "STKONtiKIl THAN8ATt'RI ) -:!IlU':"

Beach was the guest Friday nightof I s
Mr. and Mrs W G. Haile. >AY ONLY
NAT SEZ Double Ki-aturv Program 45
: Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Grade Allen -- \Vltl'r..nVIIII",'" & Sons
A few thing I cannot understand< : daughter Martha returned to In
Why a fellow who make fct! living their home here Sunday after 1'lu' Gracie Allen Murder C...."" I ISI
In Sturko doewn't help the spending two wet-ks in Jacksonville -,1.- I TilE H A. I. DEPOT

> home town nK-rchiuit make n JivIng as guests of Mrs Landrum's tinrl tn Erwin I I CASH PRICES! ONLY

r ; too. \%'hy do \\FA workers I parents Mr and Mrs.. J. F. "It I'oul.l Happen To Yuu" I'
I go on strike. Why d!<> some folks. ',, Rogers. ;
F LOU R Guaranteed 24 Pounds 57c
get mad with you If you let them Mr. and Mrs. J. R Setzler have SUNDAY & MONDAY I ,
have ri-edit. Why . HO many 1 I returned to their home in Laurens, Jack Ileiinv Ixiruthy Arnold LnmourKUwnul I

more people don't play!golf. \\hy S. C., after enjoying a visit here t In BLUE ROSE TOILET
women paint their finger nail I as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I.\S ABOUT TOWN" 1

I'm not; giving any prl/es for the Mundy. with arable RICE, 5 Ibs. 16 C TISSUE, 5 Rolls 5 C
I'hll! HarrlM Ratty --
best anr hut If jou can ex- Mrs. Smith Carter and two K: K L'llveadded
plain any of the things I mentioned children, Anne and Smith, of -
the drinks. zero on me. Thomasville, Ga were guests the l..o.t Issu" of "The Mimh of COOKING SUGAR

first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. Time" OIL, Gallon 69c 10 Pounds 45c
G. F. Odom.
2 i I 1)aYa 'rues N "..d. >SI> Uuyr I
Miss Ethel Monk of Talahasseeand
Ga., were recent guests of Mr. in
and Mrs. Junlun M. Smith. "TIIK Ill'IUtlCANK"l ; 2 Packages Jc HOUSE COFFEE 25e

1'S R Oz. Sanforized Overalls __. .___ $1.00 Miss Marjorie White has returned ,
Thursday At Friday. July au. :2

Jn's Heavy Quality Khaki Pants -________ $1.00n's to her home in Jacksonville Ann Sheridan pick l'owpU- LARD
after enjoying a visit here as the 'air"
| Straw Hats Up to $2 Values ____-_ ___ $1.00id guest of Miss Ruby Silcox: and HUT NICE" : 3 Pounds 27 C Quart 97c

Sheets 81x99 Fine Quality _____-___ $1.00 other relatives. ..... i I

.Sheeting .73 -.- -.----- - .------- -
39Inches __

men's Regular $2.98 Summer Shoes ____ __ $2.39pen's CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE -"r BUTTER, Pound 27 C CRACKERS, lb. 15c

Regular/ $2.45 Summer Shoes __u_ .__ $1.98 i
Invites You Their

daJ Lot of Women's Shoes on Sale _u _u__ $1.00 to FRYERS Live Weight Pound 19c
Finest Dress Shirt For The Money __- __ $1.00 July Clearance ,
es Shirts and Shorts Now Each ___ __ .23;
n"ier Sale Regular Price !Hal> I'rlcc I HENS Live Pound 17c
of Weight
Ladies Hats Your Choice $1.00 -

cia! Lot of Men's Summer Pants -- $1.00 Sandeze Sport' Togs/ -_ $7.93 $ '.9R

f teal Quality! Work Shirt Full Cut ____ M I Sandeze Playsuits!Sport Togs/ __ $6.50 and S3.9S$3.93; $2.98$3.98 i OUR MARKET DEPARTMENTCUBED

s Overalls Well Made Good Weight ..- .-19> Elastex Taffeta
Bathing Suits -

!*.anre Sale Women's Bathing Suits ___-___ $1.9Sfls Slipper Satin Jersey $;;.9$ $3.98 ; 19 BEST SIDE 81L

$1 I Sport Dressmaker Cottons $3.98 $2.98 STEAKS, Pound C BACON, Pound cRIB
Shoes On Sale At u___-___ $2-98 I I
Sharkskin Shorts $1.98 $1.59 :

I Cotton Shorts ________________ $1.00 .89 I ] PICNIC

Remember The Date July 19th Slacks _______________ $2.98 $1.98 I 12/2C 16c
STEW Pound HAMS Pound
Slacks $1.98 $1.59 ,
MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE Sport Shirts $1.00 .89

h 19th tan Shirts (except Whites) will be on Sale from Thin Thin Voiles Voiles and and Batistes Batistes__$3.98 and $7.98$6.98 $1.50$5.00 I I PURE L A R D 45 Pound Cans$3.65

to 29th. at this Store tying up with the nat- Smart Gingham and Broadcloth tuck- ,

sale of this well known product. ins A' $:.98 $1.50' I F SCRATCH CINCY F
$1.98 $1.59 1 851 2 o 1'1
Muslins and ,. I FEED LAY-MASH J

IT PAYS TO BUY ATITERNBERC'f Childrens Cotton Sheers for the coming hot school E E 1 r I

$1.00 values 89c
days -
We Pay 3c Below Jacksonville Market For Eggs
Deanna Durbins and Shirley Temples Regular E E t

$1.98 at $1.79 and $1.59

Sunsuits $1.00 values 79c and 69c D CASH PRICES ONLY D ,


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I !i(I SHUTTING IS POSSIBLE OUT IF TERMITES GROUND State News In Brief Lots' G, e, 10, 11. 12, 18, a fM

Section \' CONNECTION IS BROKENGainesvilleTermites It. 18, 16. 17, 18. 19, 4,
e0< 21, 21 of J3lk 7.City 7. ,
Park Snb-Div "
I small as DAMAGK \V &: C'. Addition to ,
SHOW $%0,000 GAIN RAINS CAUSE I Stark _.-28 8 22 \. v6'. B. tea
In -
thing common and storm
have one Streets
they are Jacksonville Postofflce re- Tampa, L( 2. a. 6 of IDiv 1''
rfMHousehold RURAL I with the mythological giant sewers here were severely dam City Park Sub!;
7nf/t> ceipts so far this year are more \V & C'. Addition to
his strength :
COMMON SENSEBy Antaeus, who derived ahead of the total a aged last week by exceptionally StarkA _____________28 622 W. B WI" .
191 I from contact with his mother than $20,000 at this time. During the heavy rains that caused wash- Blk 9 Clasklns Add _-29 8 U 4. 'l'nkno\\,;, r

earth. When Hercules discovered year ago the post- outs In every section of the city. Com at ofNNE Cor runS
I of 1939
first six months &
SPUDS and made use of it, and %
this secret, worked day
office took In $669.408.41, com City engineers 810 ft K 728 ft, N
SALAD PRINCIPLESSalad LANDS Antaeus was destroyed. the night to repair the damage as 210 ft, AV 728 ft to pt
vegetables must be care PLANTS OF OTHER I Anyone who has discovered pared with 5647,601.06 for continued over the week of bea-34} A -29 e 22.. 1 J. M.V<,i L.,,

fully selected and thorotighlj NOW AMERICAN VERY IMPORTANT AGRICULTURE IN termite trouble In the house can same period in 1938. end.rains Accompanying electrical NE14 WIOSftotLot3&all of SE'4 of NEVi: 29 8 22, 10 :Henry G, ,lr(: :i

cleaned if used raw. Otherwise destroy the pests In a simiUar storms played hovlc with power Jot 4 5 6 on 8 aide I

they may carry dangerous bac- This marks the one hun way, says J. R. Watson, entomo- DIVORCES NUMBER 690 lines and several houses and buildings of NE14'of NEV4 ____29 8 22 J Corley JI,,i s
year logist of the Florida Experiment Jacksonville,-During the first struck lightning. EVi of NE4 of NE;4. ex
terla. by
dredth anniversary of Inauguration connection be- 690 divorces were 2 A N of Ry -SI 6 22 13 Vf. H. N.K, ,
Station. Break the six: months of this year
stalks are separated of collecting i
Leaves or of the policy SW14 of NE>4 less right .
examined! tween the soil moisture of the were granted by Circuit 8EU of "
Into natural divisions, seeds and plants for Intro JUNEJacksonvilleFlfteen o/ way &: '.
foreign earth and the wood of the house Court judges, according to the re- A'EUY HOT NEVi ex 10 A on 8 .
carefully, and inferior portions re duction into American agricul and El- days witha aide -31 8 23 U B. C. HOIU. ,.
termites will shrivel offices of Clerk
washed and up cords in the
moved. They are ture, the first agricultural work measurable amount of rain failed Com at a pt 205 ft E -
thoroughly in several waters, Congress. Amer die, even though they've gained a hot W. Butts of the court. The of NW Cur of Wfc of
authorized by and
1 to remove in and foothold in the house. (Of course first six: months of last year saw to produce cool weather NW% of SE>4 & runE
Salted water helps ican farmers are now growing the citizens of Jacksonville swelt- 160 ft .8 260 ft. W r
if there is leakage or dampnessIn 612 divorce decrees recorded.
of different 160 ft, N 260 ft tobeg
sects marketing scores the woodwork something will ered In the hottest June in a _-- 832H 6 22- 1 Krd Albeit t .II,
thle .
Green raw salad vegetables are crops which are not native to have be done to get rid of the quarter of a century. The aver- A In NE Cor of s% 1
washed and soaked in cold water, country, but have been contributed to NO UNKMPLOYBIENT: temperature for the month of SEU of SW1,4 _.32 8 12 3 ,Vasco BitI) ,d i

until crisp. They are then placed'I from the four corners ol f moisture.) St. Petersburg.-L. D. Humes, age about 82.3 degrees, or 2.4 degrees Com .eo ft N from PW t
stored In aI I 78 principal Termites riddle supporting examineris was Cor of NW 4 of !8E; '4A
In a covered dish and the earth. Of the may civil service commission above the normal for June run E 890 ft for a
time of : fruit nut and truck crops timbers and beams or undermine is no acute unemployment -
cool place until preparation. field, convinced there of 79.9 according to figures com- pt of begthence run
They will keep a week It now grown, which had a total flooring without having their pres- problem here. A 1370 ftt 8 210 fl, W '
J. Bennett senior -
piled by Walter 210( ft, thence N about -
some moisture is present. i value in 1937 of $4,000,000,000,,, ence suspected. They live and week after advertising that jobs meteorologist, who said that 35 ft to road,

should be clean, only about 10 are native. work Inside the tunnels which for probationary policemen are thence alone E aide
Salad since the same
plants feed the was the highest of road to pt of beg-32 6 22 Belle Hell
crisp, cool, dry and cut In uniform The first purpose of seed and they make as they on and !open he said he had received only month In 1914.PARKING. Lot 1 of Blk 5, Lincoln L

sizes when served. In order to Improve plant introduction was the Increase wooden parts of buildings, I four applications City _______-S2Lot1 8 22 Unknown 1

the flavor of meat and fish, and diversification of crops. are not seen from the surface. 6, 7 of Blk 5 LIncoln
_82 8 23 Wm McLeoi
potatoes and other vegetablesmay Now, however, more often than Termites get into a building CONSIDERATE ROBBERS COURTESY Lot a of City Blk 6 Lincoln 1

be marinated an hour before not plant explorers are seeking through basement timbers or other Miami. -Three young bandits Ocala-Courtesy stickers were City -32 6 22 Ella William 1

preparation, chilled and drainedof plants which will resist attacksof wooden structural parts of the robbed Joseph D. King of $20, mailed out by the police depart- Lots Lincoln. 2.8. 4 City of Blk_____7_82 6 21 Rhetta Cummmo

excess dressing just before fungous and bacterial diseases house that are in contact with the then cut himin on a quartershareof ment to 1,800 Marlon Coun- Lot 1 of Blk 8 Lincoln i

nerving. and Insect pests, plants which can ground. Termites will even bridgeover the loot. King told police the ty motorists living outside Ocala Com City at_a pt 105._ft S 82 6 23 Ed J. John" ': t

Dressing ingredients must be be used In breeding to transmit stone or concrete foundations trio drove him five miles out on exempting them from a two-hour of Nw Cor of NWU

well blended before they are usedIn resistance to their offspring. Con- for several feet if necessary, Tamiami Trail, took the $20 and parking limit in the shopping dis of ft. NWH H625feN665ft.: ft run S 556

the salad. trol measures are all right, but U to reach wood by means of earth- handed back $5 of it. "That's for trict. Merchants requested the W 625 ft to pt of beg 33 6 22 Mrs. Annie E P-tn 1

Salads are mixed just before resistance can be bred into a plant like shelter tubes.A taxi fare home,*' one of the ban- exemption so out-of-town shop- 814 of NW. % of NW<4 "

serving; otherwise the dressing and high yields and good quality termite colony contains dits said. King walked home and pers would have ample time to do 60 Also tt W begat of Ry 8 A line run

will run and the garnish wilt. The obtained at the same time, it Is kings, queens, wingless workersand saved the money.LIGHTNING. their buying without running the S 15 degrees W 280
meat The swarming or risk of getting a ticket for over- ft. thence W 15 o>-
dressing is made and the vastly better soldiers. .- gree.. N to W line of
vegetables, or fruit prepared A Hat of introduced plants now flying termites seen outdoors do STRIKES: time parking. The same exemption Hco 83, thence N to

ahead of time, but kept in separ- playing conspicuous and Impor- not attack wood. They must Lakeland,-Four homes were is extended to tourists. NW NW%Cor, thence of SWH E of to '.

ate dishes until almost time to I tant roles in American agriculture reach the open to start new col- struck by lightning and trees beg -83 6 22 25 The American' T 'isi.v; 11

serve. I includes the wheats from which onies in moist earth near a supply were felled by high winds duringa MINISTERS LOSE FIGHT All road SEV4-of SKVt_ .. ._E_of_.83 6 22 20 Mike Dew ;|

Garnishes well selected and' have been bred the hard winter of wood. The workers, descended sudden storm here last week. Bartow, The Polk County All SEU of SEt W of

placed add to attractiveness of and durum wheats, diseaseresistant from these flying termitesare Firemen extinguished sev e r a 1 Ministerial Association has faileda Lot road 2 of-BIle 2,-J. M.33 a 22 20 Joe Noeg-el i jl

salad. i wheats, oats, barleys, sor- the destructive members of fires caused by the lightning with second time to obtain postpone- Johns Bub Dlv of

Coarse portions of vegetablesmay ghums, rides, flax, disease and the colony. So when you see fly- little damage. Manager Dick ment of a wet-dry referendum set NE% of NE4 _83 6 22 1 Mrs. Fannie St 5 A n<] In BE!; Cor of
be ground and used for cold-resistant, potatoes, melons, Ing termites you may suspect the Bentley of Municipal Airport said for August 1. Polk County com- NE1,4 of SRV4 .34SWtf 8 22 8 T>. D. Woodard I if

flavor In soups, sauces, or salad lettuce, onions, carrots, tomatoes, presence of unseen white worker the wind reached a velocity of 48 missioners declined to delay the \ of NW% ._ .___35 8 23 40 Bertha McWaii i
EW of SWVi of RW% 35 8 22 20 E. E. Lee :|
dressings. Tender portions of veg- sweet-potatoes, alfalfa, lespedezas termites. Branching shelter tubeson miles an hour. More than an Inch election until September C. The S270 ft of NW\% of

etables such as celery and cabbage and soybeans. the surface of house foundations of rain fell during the storm. ministerial group previously bad NWK\ ----_85 < 22 t N. M. Bradley .n_
1 tract 1050 ft N & S
may be served raw. Introductions have been made are a pretty sure sign of -OINVITED requested the postponement on by 210 ft E lit W: In

Often, left-over vegetables, also of such deciduous and sub- trouble Inside.A TO LAKE CITY the grounds many residents would NFJ Cot' of NWofV4

fruits and meats can be combined tropical fruits as apples, peaches, house that is built termite- Lake City,-Ten thousand Flor- not return from summer vacationsIn % ot Wig_o-----%_36 8 22 II Cal GUnon t

in salads. grapes, citrus, avocados, and proof has all timber ends set on ida tobacco farmers and membersof time to vote. In two previous {) oWf' ___________88 8 22 10 Mu. Sarah 11), I I.NW4 I. i

Salad variety Is easily obtainedby dates. Sugarcanes and sugar concrete. All areas beneath the I their families will be invited referendums Polk County residents \ NE NE\4 Cor\ Ie""" _Ii__AIn 7 22 85 T. J. Alderman 6

almost any combination of beets have been developed largely building are well ventilated.; Sun- guests of this community on July voted to remain dry by a N 2R A of NW1i of .

mild-flavored vegetables, fruits or from Introduced plants.Of and steps are Lake Tobacco margin. SW'Jex SA E of road 8 7 22 23 Willie King 11
parlors, porches 15: at the second City narrow NW of 8KV4 of SWU __ a: '7 22 20 Mra. Cornelia f1 irlftlt t
meats. Distinct-flavored foods particular Interest in Florida either excavated beneath, or, if Festival. The day's pro NW of NE 4 __-__. 4 7 22 80 Mrs A. A. V.' !liamaor.' 6

must be combined carefully. have been the tung oil tree, crota- dirt filled or on the ground level, gram Includes addresses by outstanding LIVE OAK CELEBRATIONLive NW of NEW of NE'/i of 1
NE14, ex W 1 A S 'l 22 4 T. J. Aldermar
Fruit salads are often served larla, Bahla and Para grasses, are protected where they join the men and a band concertin Oak,-Live Oak will stagea Bear 210 ft E of ?NW

in place of desserts. and many other crops which have foundation wall by metal shieldsare the morning, a free barbecueand huge all-day celebration on Aug. Cor A of NW'4 of NEH

Salads of starchy vegetablei and come to use from foreign shores. embedded around the top of fish fry at noon, following a 2 to be climaxed by a free barbecue -, ft,run N 210 S 210 ft,ft.W E 420 420

rich dressings are high in fuel The Florida Experiment StationIn masonry foundations in a continuous parade, an afternoon of entertainment street carnival and $200 in ft to beg 5 'l 22 2 Susie Mlllei 3
6 A In SR Cor of ,
value. Gainesville maintains a plant laver with well soldered and a&lanrtrfa, 'oa and .a. barn dance cash prizes. August -2 was chosen of mwi4 ex i A in
Salads of meat, chicken, cheeseor ,Introduction garden where are ji;; tsnd"a fastened to plumbIng in the huge Saunders-Yancey Auction as the date for Dthe event as--i NE Cor, Rlso 4 A 470

eggs and rich dressings are 'tested hundreds of species of and other pipes entering the Warehouse at night. will mark the third anniversary of N&MNof&ad-ft E: A W by 376: ft

high In protein and fuel value plants brought in by United house from the ground. These Fletcher's Live Stock Auction joining: 5 A

States Department of Agriculture shields should be at least 18 inches INCOME; TAX L'1'JacksonvilleFlorida's Market which was one of the first 6 A above In SE_Cor_ _dellcrlbed'l of NE% 22 S Marshall jar-k l l

Half Price! Ivory plate "In- explorers. New plants are given above the ground. Internal established in Florida. The pro- of NW'4 being 404.A4ftE&Wby660.

formal 100 for $1 (envelopes every chance to prove themselves The most effective way to keep revenue collector J. Edwin Lar- gram calls for a round of eventsat tt N&: 13 Ii 7 22 4 Marshall Ja"K' i

Included), usually SO for $1.- here, and promising ones are termites out of a house that is already son reported that during the fis- the tobacco floors in the morn- Lot 14 or NW4 n of SE!.

Bradford County Telegrar/a. tested In other parts of the state built Is to use the same cal year ending June 30, Florldi- Ing with several state notables as W.of., NE'4 of NWyof__ _____n__ 7 7 23 10 Oscar Oaten 1
, before they are released for gen- precautions as In first buildingto ans plaid the federal: governmenta featured guests. ex 2 A on N end ex 1 1V4
eral use. Extreme care is exercised insulate all wooden parts that total of $31,000.000: In varioustax Ry 8 7 22 H Mary John

BUSINESSDIRECTORY that no new disease and Insects I! would otherwise touch the earth : levies, about fifty percent of : EXPRESS WISHESTallahasseeFlorlda NE'4 of SE ot NE'4 A wi: \%

introduced with the new concrete .. _____ 120 L. B. Alexand- Ii
are i by embedding them in this amount being federal income Democratsmay MEf ----- ---10 7 22 i iSwl
8! NE'i of SEy'6 __10 7 22 20 L. H. AlexamiL.
crops. I and providing metal shields where tax. Larson, estimates that the vote in a state-wide referen- ofA ; / __ u__ to 7 22 40 B Alexander t
One of the greatest plant explorers needed. This, unfortunately Is revenues for the past year will dum next year on such controversial N ,(, of NE% A NEM of
of all time, Dr. David but it will end termite those of the sales the NWII & S1 of SW% rSWV4
expensive, exceed by over $8,500,000 subjects as tax, & SE'4 ---- 7 22 860 L. B AlexamiL.
Fairchild, who spent a''' lifetime trouble If properly done. 193738. ;cross state canal and the Townsend of NE'4 &SWyeI1 1

with the Department of Agriculture pension plan. Chairman T. of', SE'4 or of NW\ __11 7 22 CO B. AlexamiL. '
NE'4 V\4\
and for years was head of LIVE OAK WAREIIOUSKS: HUNTERS AFTER DEn T. Turnbull of the Democratic of NW''a ..--___.___11 7 22 80 L. B. Alexami i i
The drink Its plant introduction division, TO OPEN ON JULY 20 Tallahassee Collier County Executive Committee said Thurs- Nly of NW1,4 ot R'V1,4! 11 7 22 20 Unknown
M4. of NEW of SW% __11 7 23 20 L. B. Alaxnn 11Al
I that has made his home in Florida for -- game breeding ground closed to day he is "thinking about' askingthe N ----- ______1. 7 22 320 L. B. AlexniFoster p
years. Retired now, he Is still In- Live Oak tobacco warehouseswill hunters for about 12 years Is now committee to put these ques- E's ye of& Ft 5 of RW'U 7 22 240 Shi s

everybodyknows terested In new plants. As the, open Thursday, July 20 to receive open to gunfire in a campaign to tions on next May's primary bal- of NE'4 N'E\4-\- &: NW__;_16 7 22 120 L. B. Alexaiirt'( 11Rtri

title of a recent book by him pro- leaf giving growers a five- eradicate deer Infested with cat- lot "for an advisory referendum." ( of NF'J of a L'::!:i/4 __111 7 22 20 Ben HallSPI4 P

claims, the world was his garden. day period In which to bring their tle tick. Hunters who hold a He has discussed the subject with W!4 ofSW1 of MWti'! &NEy!A 7 23 40 ines Ivey I,

i weed to market prior to openingof regular hunting license plus a some commltee members. SEK1MW'A' _____.18 22 120 Unknown
: UPHOLD FLAG SALUTE 25. Ware- \. of SE1yNW------17 77 22 40 Inn Ivey P
jQ sales Tuesday, special Collier County deer license ---sNOT A" HJ6 t of
ICOCACOLA Tallahassee-The six Justicesof housemen will determine by lot the costing $5.50 will be admitted to FOR GOVERNOR ? & (CEp of

Florida's Supreme Court have day before the sales which floors the 390.000-acre tract in the west- Ocala-Nathan Mayo, State fly f1W14 ce S 2 of A In 8E&Cor F

dt decided a school child's salute to will receive first sales. The 1939 & NEyE of SW
ern part of the county. Commissioner of Agriculture, recently \% of l
DOT. CO. the American Flag is no violationof Operators at Live Oak look fora Legislature passed a law author- told the "home folks" of E!Johnor

the Blblcal command against good season. They point out izing the State Livestock Sani- Marlon County he would not be a nf 8E\4\ of SE1,4 S

WE ARE idolizing( graven Images. Chief that for the past five years the tary Board to remove all deer candidate for Governor next year. MLots flEy'S, 4 ofBlk14____.10 '7 23 Mrs.W. IL F.Griffin P. Cr.'ltty4&
'l 82
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Justice Glenn Terrell described It market there has led the entire from the area. The board and "There have been rumors going N. of NE SW1,4 nf

as "patriotism In action" with no Florida-Georgia belt in price aver- the State Game and Fresh Water around that I would be a candi- tnIYEax rOAd & St;

CARPENTER'SThe "relation to or connection with age. In order to maintain this Fish Commission will admit priv- date for governor," he said at a 2:I A In !f K of Cor NW.%-..to.x 7 J3 188 Inca Ivey p..lh 6

one's religious belief." The court high average the three groups of ate hunters to the area between county-wide celebration at near- N rYi of NWH of SWli _20 'l 22 20 F C. Oellle,'
!;IE V ex 2 A l//
Rexall Store approved a Hillsborough County floor managers personally follow July 1 and October 31 of this by Silver Springs. "But I want to HW Cor ---- "20 'l 22 18 UnknownN'or /

(Tampa) School Board regulation each sale, to see that each pile year, 1940 and 1941. Only hunt tell you light now that I am not Nth In of ex IA Pollard .___ 9

PLUMBINGPrompt requiring children to salute the commands top market prices. ers hired by the Livestock Board going to run for governor. I will flW1,4 SE of NWV4-------_.----11- ___21 'l 7 11 22 59 40 Unknown Ines lye? i iEn

Service at Flag. Fred Blotch appealed to With two sets of salaried buy- will be allowed In the area after announce later for the office of of NW'4 of SW'41 'I 22 20 R. T, CorblrlNEve
Court when the of NW'4 ___.81 .0 J. C. Lee .
the Supreme returning sales are expectedto -- 'l 22
Reasonable Prices ers October 31. commissioner of agriculture. 8W1. of NEVi A E" of
school board suspended his seven move smoothly and swiftly. On WU !

Let Ale Estimate Your Job children because they would not large, well-established markets (Continued from page three) R RtKoofESW4IDof t :
C. M. RITCH salute. tobacco buying companies place BW'4 240 Unknown
------------33 'l 33
the best men. Hence among .rescrlptien. s.... T K A Oevaer k" C'oata N'rla of NEt & AF.r h

INSURE WITH those assigned to Live Oak this Lnte 1/1. 11 cot RIle IA I N1Vt4 MtNWN---&.. -NEt,6_____of_ 'I 22 160 Unknown
season are some of the best in Livingston Truby" of NEt,' ___A29 7 23 40. W. Q. SealJ3D -
I1W1. "r NWI.ex
& WAINWRIGHT the business. Speculators are ('0'" Addition t oStarke 5
JOHNS 1 __.__________11 d n )[rB. Julia Eastman __ lS.'a In NE Cor", % A In
controlled at the Live Oak marketby Lot 1 ot RIle C. N. 3. NW Cor ,---_____.29 7 22 C Van Alst. r U
FIRE LIFE AUTO LIABILITY BONDS a Tobacco Board of Trade, Incorporated Jones Add to 8tarlce 29 8 U Unknown ____ 8.47 NW', 8)lkSEtl -----_--20 T 22 40 14. C. Sween t
Lot a or Rile 2 TemDies"- 5110f InHamp.
of the Stateof _
Phone 13 STARKE FLORIDA under laws Addition to tarke _28 A 22 Carl Johns ________ 2.U Lors 7 22 :Marlon Gna' I
Florida, and governed by rules Lot 1 of BIle 11, T.m- 7..k
ao In '"
Add W. B. DaugiFoster
pies Addition to 7 23
and regulations simlllar to those "torke -_.' -_ ____28 A U Unknown ...._______ 3.10 RIU.Add a. 4 J II In wrlght >) 9
used by the world's largest selling Lot 4. 8 of BIle H, Tern I Lot Yu--____"__" 7 23 8 Shi Sm"
p I a Addition to ft '., In BE
BOREE FUNERAL HOME points. Starke 29 A 22 C. A. Futch 1.46 ('nr of Blk 9 'Vrl.ht"
------- Add 'WillI'
Rl----------- DeWitt
Lot 3 of --- ------- 3" 23
Full line of Caskets fe tJ1't".n.akers' Supplies WETTEST JUNESt. pies Addition I t oStarke EH of BEI4 ot S SWY 80 7 33 20 C. P. Pearson
W4 t
AMBULANCE 8 E K VIO EBAY ,._- ----___-_-2S 6 22 I. O. Prevatt ____ 8.11 I of SEt.Evot / of !
Petersburg. Last month Lot. e. '7, II of Blk C. offly ----------__10 7 22 18' C. P. Pear ito 1
AND NIQUT RI"lnIU Addttlon to ". &: Nt,1, of
Pet- '
wettest June in St.
as was the _____ ______ RE Ida D Max"1
arFUON'E. Starke 28 a 22 Dr P. A. Brtnaon ___ 5.U NER4E& ------ 7 22 Mrs.
O. n. BENNETT, MRT. ersburg's weather history. A total Lnt. A. H, C nt Blk 1, SE'i E, ()f A on

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"SPECIAL of 12.29 inches was recorded. 'Vynna Addition to 21 8 22 '- NEt Bide 4 .. or. SW Vi of31 loin Maggie lgn"S3
IItarke 44
Boyd ___ -
Holloway __ 5.U BE' -"------ 7 22
Heaviest rainfall recorded in any Lot e of Aik 2-------- AW'tN/.wh lit NE14
previous June wa 10.31 inches In 30hn" Add to Blarke 21 8 II C. F. Hoover _____ 1.80, nf FJ11, tlf
Lota I. 5. e. '7. 5 of RIle I NW4 or SW'4 & Nt4
1934. 1. City Park Sub Div of SWt, nC-SW'4 .. fof
W' .. Ca Addition SE4! of 811' U
.-- AWs U 'I U
to t.rke ----------3$ 8 II W. SE1,4 __ lg: hosE.Knltrhl
B. Watson __
'.1S ---- 'l II
I1ARTOW DEDICATES ARMORY: Lot. '7. ., 11,14.16,14. SWI4 of N E4 ----___.S 12 .0 D' E'Knhrhl I
Bartow,-Bartow dedicated Its 1'7, II, 1.. 10 II, U.U SW'4 of SEt4 __!6A'of 7 U Robt' E. StarrA
Guard 14. 25, of Rlk 2. \\ 14 ot ewtl !5Suof 8 U .0 Lelcbt. Pear' ,
National f
new $37,000 arm- City Park flub DI" W SE'4 &: SW34 II
YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c ory recently at a ceremony at- A C'. Addition to Lot 1 orqwi -____26 I II 100 Leigh M. P".aj 1 I 1
and state fltarke -_. --id18of A II't.. B. Watson ___ 12.11 ------1 f! 54 Leigh M. Pea.ali
tended by city, county Lot
Ir 15 1
AFFORDTO Lot. -----------_..1/ 5 12 27 Leigh M.
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN officials and Florida, national I Mic 1.3: City Park Lota t, 2 3. U 151 Leigh M. pUP ai'
the Pub Div W k C"a Addition Lot t = 11 Vff-NiB"
PAYSmith's guard officers. Commending I to Slarke ____II 1 II W. B. Watson ____ 4,75 Cor all Lot. 8, I,
local unit on its record Col. Homer Lota 4. 8. 5. 7 I. 5. 10 11. 11 W of road 10 5
H. Hesterly, commanding officer of Blk .. Ck3 Park AllLotsLots 8. 11 ----18 2 218 Leigh M. Pear.all.
I I Pub DIY W Ca Addition 5, 61v W of '
of the 116th Field Artillery, to lltarke! ___II 1 II W. M. pear..U
I B. Watson ______ .11 All Loa 1 1 f 33 n lAlcb y j:
aid the National Guard served. 'Lots I. I. I. t. 10. 11.I of'roia i0
Garage 11. 11 of Blk 4 City _- all Lot a, s _..12 9 33 III lAtch M. pear wI 1
protection. against invasion and Park Sub Div W a '
I I Cnl
internal rtrtfe. C'. AdctlUon to G X KNIOHT., Tax nqo
Starke .._,__ -_II 6 II W. B. Watson ______.... Bra4tordlFIori".

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Church Directory and I I are visiting Mrs Roy Reynolds at visiting his parent, Mr. and Mrs.
Notes Mrs II. M. McRae, Correspondent Reddtrk. D. W. Moore.
Ml.is Ada Nlmmo,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds Correspondent
Miss Earnest(Loper of Byron-
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J McRae of Keddick. and Mrs Cleo Hall vUleGa..
Is spending the
\l'TIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CIIRISTI.VJT j I Waldo and daughter, Mrs II B i of Tampa were visiting here last with Misses Willie Maude summer Mrs Lamb and Mr and Mra.Thedia .

E ulQntroot Rev. Frank Robln.on Rev. Chas H Allen, Rev. Fred Terk.... Jr. Rev. I McQuarrle and little granddaughter week. 1I1'I'thl1 and Robinson, all of DeLeon
Paa.ol'P Rector W T SlcOulr. Lop r.
'p ,mao.to' IJt. EJ. K. a lito r Sunday School Supt Pastorsundae Myrna McQuarrle spent Fri I Miss Alta Smith returned home Springs, were guests of Mrs. The-
J. 1'h Sch 0 Oen: Superintendent Organist Ml. Ella J. Sasse Sunday School Supt' day with Mr. and Mrs H. M. Mc I Monday after spending several Miss! Marguerite Bowen of Belle debt Robinson this week
school I of ChurcH School Mra. E. M. DavisChurch Organst Mr. Ira Wilson Glade Is the guest of :Mr. and Mrs.
Church School Mrs. James Sunday weeks with relatives in Valdosta, Mrs. W. P. Dirt and sister Uiaaj
School Carlisle School D.
t 4/i/ Agbrulca 10 A. M. Supt. Rae.Mr. Moore.
ornlnl' EM Morning Worship Roy Mathews Services 10 o'clock and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Adel, and Moultrie, Georgia. I Ada Nlmmo, were visiting friends
11 A Tralnmq. Service, 11 A. M. Church School Sunday-school. Every Worship 2nd Service! children and Miss Odessa McRae i'I A large crowd from here attended Mr and Mrs Roy Dennison of and relatives in Gainesville this
Iptl.t. bt Hvenlnar Worship 10 A. M:. Sunday: Gainesville were visiting Mr. and
oa P "o'clock a. m.et' were visiting Mr. and the Farmers' Market celebration
Ionln0 Service, Service. 8-00: P. M. Morning; Worship Sundays .. 11 A. M. 8:00 o'clock Mrs. F. N. Mrs. W. W." Packham week.Mra.
p. JIf, Young People' 11 A. M. Friday. __ 8:09: p M.Prayer Meeting p. m. Norman in the Gum Branch section at Starke on the Fourth, n. Sunday._ Ethel Jones Is having her
)'er bteetln8'. League Meeting. Sigma Chi 7:00 p. m. Holy Day.lO A. M. WedneRday Night Sunday.W. : ana everyone reports a fine time w. w.. i-acxnam and W.) C. i large two-story store building ra-

peevay. 8:00: bLPrayer Meeting --- .. _, ':00 o'clock E. Oliver returned home Sat- j I' Mr. and lira 'Wlllard Smith and Loper were transacting business in paired
Planl.ano"a Wednesday, 8:00: P.M. I Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jacksonville Friday.
after Rogers of
spending several
.. Mon MISSION HALL days Mr. Knight and family of Law-
choir V poweal etaI' Organist HI'''. F. H.and Long Choir, Sponsor GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored curncH OF C'lIIUlT In Jacksonville with relatives. 'Windemere were visiting; relatives The Rev. W. M. M Inane w of tey have recently moved, Into the I
a n hH man Director Mr. and Mrs.J. : Mr. by Harry Pickup, Moat of the people in this sec here Sunday.Mr. Lake Butler preached at the W." B. Hicks residence south of

"iJClckllLer VeacOR' Mr.. E. K. Ferryman, T. QuIgUyBible J. T.and Quigley Mrs. Pastor tion attended the Fourth of July and Mrs. Napoleon Starling Christian. I Church Saturday andaunaay town.
As.tatant OrganistT. Bible Study II..p. m. celebration and Miss! Catherine Hines of Belle
C'Irman T. Long Assistant Study, each Evangelistic Service Sermon and The at Starke. I evening. Mr. and Mrs A. L, Sullivan of
lPowelle. Choir DIrector Tuesday each Friday and Sun. Lords Supper Mrs. spent the week-end here with Mrs S. H. Dodd and Freddie
'.d0, evening 800day: evenlnlr 8:00: evry Sundry 4 p m F Fender and family and Jirs. Kate Starling Thereaati were the guests of Mrs.
Herbert Alvarez have returned Dodd of Mtdlakea attended church Sullivan's mother Mrs. J. P. Sul-

METHODIST CIIUKCII past tells us that only In hard I home after spending a few days. hole Sunday evening. livan, last Sunday

NOTES work and frugal with relatives and friends at EVERGREEN Misses" Ruth Zeigler and Pauline Miss Anna Laura Tucker, of
JONES industry can we I :Mn. r. A,
DB hope to be happy.A Homervllle. Georgia. Rosier Cor. Ciabb returned from Jacksonville Macon Ga., was the guest of Mra.

On Here :Morning and evening nation with the tools of its Remember church services at Sunday night O.V.. Rhamea, 3r. this week.
worship Mr. and Mrs
tommenta labor In Pine Level this week-end. Ellery Redding of Friends of Mrs J. J. ZelRll"rwilt
services one hand and the Wordof Mrs Ella Hartllne left this week
were held in the State
the First .. Farm were visiting his '
And Hereafter God In the other hand is conscious +- -- 'mother bo sorry lo ICIlI'Ihe is a for Chattanooga, Tenn., where she
Methodist Church last Sunday by of Its need of the blessing L AWT FA' afternoon., Mrs. H. F. Redding, Sun- patient In St. Vincent Hospital In will spend several weeks with her-

the pastor, the Rev. Frank Robin of God. William (Kill) riummiT, Cor. day JackKol'llIe.Ye wl,1for, her slater, Mrs. Latty.fifit.aurlfAi .
rude we are exnd Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and
Ott ak a son. At the The Jewish 1pl'elly recovery and return '
natron had
morning hour .
Mr. reason children -
of Vanderbilt Sunday
spent -
earnestly I home. I I'
eo I Robinson used as his theme to believe themselves to be especially Onk Tr<*.'. Cut Gown hero with .HI...... and hire. .r>.. Q. -...... .. ... .* ...Ihh"n..--......, *..u-..Hmt---.
taut ;n' A ,iter does not gayu "Dodging Our Church1' und for favored of God. Hut God I I The large oak trees bordering: Rosier.Mi Mrs S. W. Griffith and little paper, second sheets adding-

( ,Mti- < the faith, but we the evening service his topic was I did not spare them when the rod Road 13 through Lawtey are be- '8. W. H. Lee of Okeechobee son. Dun, are vllllUnK relatives in I' machine paper at Bradford County -

mn'ni,, rm it. The faiths "Jesus Accepted." At the morn- of His wrath was raised. The | ing cut down by the Hell Telephone City and idles Lorene Rosier were Gainesville und Williston this ,, Telegraph.

t0 t The trouble ing service the choir and Mrs. F. very condition of this people today I I Co., in order to protecttheir visiting Mist Louise Rosier Sun- week
i n, -t. (inng H. Long, organist, assisted In the is a testimony to the truth of I lines running through town. I Mr, and Mrs C Sullivan were

the ''inii .lllJe 'is the same service. The evening hour con- the Word of God. Dy a close i The trees are being uprooted and day.Mr.. nnd Mrs Leslie! McClellanand visitors to Htaika Saturday' after- 81,209 MALARIA

Me (cvi, na now.; Men steal sisted principally of congregational study of their history we can dls- the telephone company has agreedto children opont Sunday with noon.

faith rnv keep people away singing with the pastor preaching tern our future as a nation. Only I spend a considerable sum of Mrs R. II. Futch near Lawtey. Misses Willie' Maude, Bertha and ('"..<>.. reported In he 17. H. in 10381Don't !

lit amaway, from the peo- a short sermon. through consecration to God and money in beautifying the highway I The Rev. H. M. Tillmnn of I Kiirncatlnc: Loper Hiizel l Phillips

Mode<'nistli educators and Next Sunday morning the pas- by the study of His Word can we !i to take their place. It Is likely Jacksonville filled his regular appointment Felix Sullivan and Herbert Clov- Delay I I: CJNTAKT

there nnvi' Bald, "The young tor will conduct the service and preserve our institutions of lib- i' that palms will be planted. here Saturday and erseltlo were visiting in Keystone TODAY WHIlJ \JJ

Ie In out schools and colleges.el will be assisted by special Instru- erty. Pltimmer IlCHlgn Sunday; night. Heights Sunday afU'inoon.Mr. WO (C'herk Malaria In 7 tlityx.DrJUIarhrr .

>el They want a new mes- mental selection on the organ by Chairman of the City Council Mrs. J. S, Sapp and children and Mrs. Cecil Manire ant

one thai ia up to date." Mrs. Long and by special I vocal TABBKNACLK M. B. Plummer, resigned at the were visiting her mother, Mrs, J. little daughter, Muigy' attended

L falst teachers have done selections by the choir. Mrs. Jeannette Meetings were held last Friday recent monthly meeting. The S. Rosier, Sunday. church here Sunday evening.Mr. I "arse' : '
and Sunday nights at the Tab- city will call an election on July Mr. and Mrs. Russell
to keep Kincaid the Redding
iythlng in their power newly appointed and Mrs. C R. Moore and }
nacle. Good music and helpful 18 to name a successor. and Miss Louise Rosier
the Choir director were
from young
iGonpel) way announces that little suns of Gainesville were
messages were presented. Next i'Iatform Fund Swells I visiting Mr. and Mrs Red
schools and colleges. the Choir will render an anthem
|le In uu visiting Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. FOR "GOOD DENTISTRY AT
Friday and Sunday nights there Donations are flowing in freelyfor ding at the State Farm
responsibility to see to It and that Mrs. R. J Davis will singa Saturday and Mrs[ D. W. Moore Sunday
will be services. RIOASONAHLE PRICES"All
the Lawteyoading platform,
people get theel solo. Increased emphasis has 'I
these young
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is in us orthodox Chris- been placed on the choir music appointed J. D. Sapp spent Sunday afternoon
VANDERKILTMls the following committee to at. with his Mr. and are, In Jacksonville* this week Drenches ofJi'NTIY'rlIY
,., lop should contend for and worshipers are assured of parents,
j faith We should not sit still beautiful choral selections under i -. Vflnin Norman Cor. tend to the business pertaining to Mrs. J. S. Sapp. working. for the Hell TelephoneCo. .: ft 1
Its construction G. W. Roberts
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j thehi' satanic conspirators the direction of Mrs. Kincatd.
see off from Mrs A. A. Edwards and little (chairman A. C. Pierce A. Starling TllERESSAMrs. Mrs !Pearl llryun hall returned Plates Crowns,
the voung people The Prayer meeting service of and R. to her home In llobe Round after I'hone forNp.olal
Go8PE" We are willing to next week will be held Wednesday son Harry of Brooker spent !jink Building Ferguson.JeI'lIIoll..I..1 ; .\. I... Sulllxaii, ('01'. n short visit to her father, T. BTi llrldg\ Fillings, |>
the io Gospel in any educa- Thursday night with her parents, X-Ruya, Etc. r:1
evening at 7:30: o'clock. The District Work has been started on lest. A
,il l iDntituiion We will match Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman of le- I Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns
Superintendent of the Jack- Vanderbilt. modelling the Lawtey State Bank Mr. /and Mrs.[ Leon Tomlinxon

gain' niv; message that any sonville District, the Rev Dr. J. building Into a modern filling station and children of Hampton were left last week for Krioxvlllt: *, Tcnn..
Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
tiI'acher. or preacher H Daniel will deliver the messageof Normanand Freeman Register/ distributor -, vlsltoiH here Sunday afternoon. where they will nuike their home .

I to Jfte We demand that the evening. Immediately fol- family of this section were for the Gulf Refining Co., John Korxythe was a visitor to Mm. Tomllnson before her marriage .
dinner of Mr. DENTAL SURGEON
,' vounf people have a real lowing the service, Dr. Daniel will guests and Shelley Is the owner of this valuable prop- Gainesville Sunday. was Miss! Nettle Kersey and
fee i neat the message of the hold the First Quarterly Conference Rosier and family of Evergreen Arthur Hall of Fort Pierce was has many Heads who wish her '-"r. ibey und lAura Ste

lei of the new year. All officials Sunday. erty.Miss Patsy Roberts and Miss vlslllng his aunt, Mrs. Lydia Hull and her husband well In (their liver the Morris Pliin flank
Levy Norman of Vanderbilt Jacksonville Fla.
fie!, ,edit"< has tried It out inn of the Church are expected to Elizabeth Plummer an spendinga Thutaday.Mr. / new home.
Of ,'ulture as well as ini'rt attend and all others are cordially was In Lake Butler on business few days with Mrs. Elmo and Mrs." R. C. Dampier,

of illiteracy. We have Invited. Special attention is Monday. Mr. IiHmpIer'a mother and sister
Struth In Starke.
Miss Margie Reddish of Vanderbilt of High Springs, were guests of FUNERAL DIRECTORMy
message empty churches called to the fact that the hour I The Lawtey cafeteria opened
i'rt, moilprnlats+ were offering of the Wednesday night, meetinghas was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Monday with a bang! A total of J. J. Zelgler and family Sunday Venn Experience| Makes It roimlble for Mo to Render
Enoch Kelly and family also of
ot modernism to hungry been changed from 8 o'clockto 160 pupils were fed, and this Is evening EFKICIKNT. 1'KOMPT: itnd'cOUIlTCOUS SERVICE
churches where 7:30 o'clock. This of this section, Sunday. Mrs. K. S. Slbley and little MODERATE PRICES
'a i am" rill the : change a commendable achievement for ,

Chen A.... .a tBlllnsthe- old time______ will.. ___ _remain____.m_ effective until____ Mr. and Mrs. Levy. Norman. of a school of our size. I II daughter, Ruth are visiting relatives Me WITT C. JONES
I Vanderbilt were visiting relativesof and friends In Put man Hall.
w, ,ire not ashamed of further notice. I E. D. Rahn was visiting friends Stnrke Florid
the Woodlawn section Satur-
Howard Moore of Belle Glade Is
Gospel tr> Christ for we know Thursday night the Young Peo- day morning.J. and relatives in Brooker last

U ii 'hi power of God unto ple ((12 through 25 years of age) M. Manning and family and I week-end. i/

ttlon. i every one that be- are urged to meet at the Churchat Mrs Beulah Howard and familyall Simeon Phillips and Bill Plum- I

s. Wnave< nothing to apoe 7 o'clock to attend the Gar- of Vanderbilt section were mer were business visitors to T. :

e The modernists are field Evans League Union which picnicking at Klngsley Lake Sun- !Island Grove last Thursday.

"Bono tpologlze. They have will be held at Orange Creek hey Henry Godwin I entertained I

liedI, \ ','hurdles. They have Methodist Church. It Is requested Carl Sapp of the Heilbronn friends last Friday night with a -. .

f broken-Hearted men with no that a large delegation of section was visiting Mr. and Mrs. birthday dinner. Those attending _

Vort fo. their sorrow. They young people to attend this meet- William Sapp and family of Van- can truthfully. nay it was anythingbut

i filled mi prisons and courts ing. The newly elected presidentof derbilt Monday a funeral.

with juvenile criminals. the Union has many plans for Miss Velma/ Norman of this section What do the Lawtey people

have ousted with their be- the, work that should be heard by attended! the picture show at think of the proposed loading

rtotlc> philosophy almost all the young people of the Church. Starke Sunday afternoon. platform, ?. This question will be
sixth home in America. of the First answered in this column next Y.
Emmitt Perryman
Everyone remember church serv- WHERE LITTLE HILDRE' PL .
e Gospel has never failed toIl Methodist Church was elected ices at Water Oak next Saturdayand week.

j God laid it would do. He and installed at the last meeting. Sunday nights. -liETHELMm. -. j4

I It would! save EVERY ONET as the Vice President of this organization + ,

EELIEVETH. We defy i for the year. RISING SUHU| Glls on, 'or.

modernist to find one case that Despite the difficulties that are
Mrs. II. II. Lewis, CorrespondentMany
|y really believed without be- encountered each vacation season, I I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geiger of New

Isaveu We can show drunk- the Church is carrying forward a from this section attended Smyrna spent the week-end herewith

made sober thieves made full program of activities during the barbecue at the Farmers' Mrs. M Gllsson and Mrs ELECTRIC COOKERY IS

,t QrnKfn' homes united and the summer and each one that is I Market on the Fourth and all reported Annie Geiger They were on their

}" nnpn> fallen women made within reach of the Church is a nice time I way to spend the remainder of 1 I

tnl deters made peace- urgently requested to attend the I I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and the summer with relatives Ip Red isrelies'

JIm, ','':ause men accepted services during these months. I I daughter Fay of Jacksonville are Wing, Minn. ,ta..

lift iospcl of our Lord Congregations are up to normal visiting her pan-nts Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and MrH. Ledge Coleman of

SII" 'sus Christ The old and services will be held at the Walter Uncleihlll\ Wateroak have heroine resident

'1eT his' God to the fire usual times throughout the sum- Mr. and Mrs Leon'Conner are I of thin section They- moved Mon- I

vv'mi 'nodox Christians are mer. The only expected exception the proud parent of a girl, born day.
b 'h our God and His being the evening service or I June 26. I I Mrs. Pearl rii>iwln of Starke ul-

( II( anything that the 30th of this month. Further Tommie Lewis rr'turned i Monday I I[ :, rscved here Monday to make % '

T have to otter announcement of th' services of I to nrooker where he is employedat i her future home.. I"'. COO L iG TOO !
I There surely was a large< crowd
+- the month will be announced each I carpenter work
I from here attending the Farm
FSt Rlh IONS week through the Telegraph. Miss Ethel 1 Stuckljnd of Atlanta '.
"r' HEJfIKEThe HllUborough fc I GH, recently visited bt'r'\Market celebration and the Kings- / Use FLAMELESS ELECTRIC cookery in your

t Druggists' Assocla-, MISSION! .\J.J.-A.NII" brother-in-law t and, sister.. Mr. and II{ ley Mr Lake*. Prail rodeo'idwln on the and Fourth children home-enjoy complete cooking safety 1 Use

ntion to an act of I T.UtH'J.y. 'I Mrs, R. M Crosby. and Bert Hlggenbotham were clean convonient electric cookery for a
It Mrs J. T. Barnes recently -
aiure requiring hat : :;; Elder visiting In St Augustine Saturday maal less at now low"stendown"
ohyslclan's prescrip-I The regular Tuesday nl left for Dothan, Ala., for penny a person per or

H rie Bible Study was held at the Mission the summer I I and Sunday rates.
ary for the purchase Mr. and Mrs. E. Glimon of -
'a'u< Hall this week Some of our Mrs. E. J. Lewis returned home -
'sleeping powders"ratloa. Bethel, and !Mr and Mrs. L. A. .
old "regulars" who have been from Plant City where ;
Uonnley of Knn! ley Lake were J. G. ManagerSunthineStrvue
away for some time were presentand she visited her son W. K.: Lewis. ,
Farms Saturdayand
at Penny
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visiting .at 1 .
I THE c11. ::J&raa.iJ7MI1.Tn1T took part in the Scripture Mr. and Mrs Bert Shaw were Sunday. ',' fI FLORIDA POWER I LIGHT COMPANY
In Lake Butler Friday on busi { x
quotations. | Albert Gllsson expects to start ,
y .An.- Interesting resume of the ness. building next week on his property "",:
Book of Judges-formed the basis Miss Ruth Lewis or jacKaonvuiej j: in this section. h

Weaerr of the study. This book delineates and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter Marlon Gllnson in. busy digging

4n the intermittent backslidingand of Heilbronn Springs were the peanuts to sell both boiled and \ titt\ SUA \ : a
eyeitiY' deliverances of Israel during guests Sunday of her parents, Mr.and $ITh kaQ _

that period In their history when Mrs. Bert Shaw. j raw.A large crowd from here attended e _
they had rebelled against the Mr.' and Mrs H. II. Lewis and ,I the baptism at Crosby Lake I t\1\ tttt1tttsut\ \ \ I + O o
"lh mrlJiilh.co(! authority of God and began to put Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner Thomas visited !I Sunday a week ago. A total of 30 1\q\
s. their trust in human leadership.One Mr. and were baptised. Including 11 from I

\!"i n :tic'r'c ; up1ACKS0N thing that has characterizedthe of LaCrosse and Mr. and Mrs. j I our section.C. titnt\\\)
Brooker Sunday. \)
in interna Newn Mott of I
J present-day trend GliKKon and son Edgar. were
.II', .. t" to Woodward Thomas of LaCrosse I tU'f'
"' tional politics Is the attempt Tom in Palatka Saturday on business. \tQ ,, \, ;
LLE'S solve all of our problems accord- spent Saturday night Mr. Gall Geiger of Hllliard has s\\S\ 1ft 1It111 01I

lEADING Ing to human wisdom. No nation' mle Lewi returned home after a visit with
HOTEL of i
Mrs. J. Johnson
its armiesor Mr. and
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that places Its faith Miss Lucile Bowers.
C"t,jn1. at this -....... fa*. in its leadership is secure.If I Miami and Mrs L. L. Conner and i| -- ---fr .
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"1 v pawl .t** .? fc. of daughter Miss Elna. of Gum,
SUMMER ,... at' .n owm the nations would repent Branch visited Mr and MM. W. GRAHAMMm. I
COMFORT Iaek'.o.'r'wy m their sins and humble themselves Conner Wednesday. L. C. Smith Cor. ,
?,. would very soon C.
show,.. IrnS _. before God they Mrs. Emma Kirkland and on- ] .
.'a.......'.D.....It..... vwy bed find a solution to all their politiCal In-law and daughter. Mr and Mr. )1..lIon.WIIU" '

1eta I"_'Naee_ems ....... and economical problems. In I. Klckllter and children of Mica\ Nellie Wllll. daughter of r ,
,inwmrus.' .vwyI.wCOCKTAIL the cycle of history there are i pent the Fourth with Mr. and Mr. Albert Willis, and l !,

POPUUI''IID: many parallels to our national situation ''Mrs.Tampa Kickllter-s father Elder H.I Theodore Mellon of Waldo were 0\-\

LOUNGE ond which ought to serve as married Saturday, July 1, at ANOTHER :r'
pleasure-madI I FOR
COFFEE SHOP warning to a Mrs. Maggie Green of Boatdrmln Hampton. '

.... 01 r. a ,_a...M ple.Want riches Everyone, leisure today and what seems lie Mr recently and 3.11'spent. '.. H-a H.few LewlA.days with I ter.Mrr.Cora" Strickland Lee. Louis, and and Myrtle daugh,t MINUTE SEE YOUR ELECTRIC DEALER

"':':::---HoW o.s.r..s.-.II afford. .
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corn( and lima beans arrived early at the celebration t ti

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chewed on barbecue, A portion of the automobiles that swarmed the
1' Aii this 1 babo-ln-arms highway and are surrounding the State Farmers' ,
+t )' took Its cow In bottled Market on the Fourth of July can be seen in this l
form. Mrs. J. picture. The celebration was In the form of an r
S. Norman tends a "appreciation party" given by the business men j
i grandchild. (who paid all expenses) In honor of the farm !
families of this area. I I

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( Clyatt brought him all the wuv (from Lui
7 Union County to enjoy the festivities WWe-evwt
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i Actual work i 3t barbecuing (a 24-hour job) was carried on In this huge pit dug In 4
t the sand hills near Kingsley Luke. Heavy rain caused considerable grief when Itt
Iw doused the fin j In the middle of the job, bu the meat came through In fine shape
JI JII In spite of 'lenities.' Gathered around the pit (from left to right) are: Chief Bar I Boy Scouts worked hard sacrificed most of j
becuer :Bullard of Gainesville heir t own pleasure in order to direct the maze
I Bryan ; Chalrm ian of Arrangements T. K. McClane, Jr
1 f (in backgroun,i leaning on frame); Assistantd : Barbecuer Z. Z. Griffis (mopping meat a; 1I I,. I k 'r+' with butter an spice, ) ; General Chairman N at Sternberg; and Coffee Brewer Junius Buck I McMillan waves the flag; Arch Thomas,
M. Smith. Jr., blows the whistle. Jw

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a. Struth performed faithfullyand .
efficiently at the micro- .. ..
phone throughout the day. In '" OLDEST
stentorian tones he announced Ilncer, ,
leThe athletic events, contest winners George Neat' w 1'Ir'!
lout babies end em- who( wens' mtc i\s\ vtf
plored Bill Mundy to put more of the "bucK im, sirs
f 1 1I sauce on the barbecue. Nnte the BliRhtesi. arovat\!)
I copy of Bradford County Tel- Claiming the egraph (adv.) grasped in right had an .ea arm' s '
. 111111s1 or- ._ hand. Over the heads of three admiring and per- ache In hu i lit i al'i Nt,
edj; of the market platform form led an Improvised table for many manently waved young ludiPi, Raymond tributes his ooo peau.
Ln a Weaverquizzically.<< youngstbarbecu era and adults too. The ones a hown here seem to be taking their helium climbs the greasy pole. "taking nw I al
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__ Biggest disappointment of the day was the greasy PJ is
like Ferdinand (the flower-loving bull* refused
i.r i.. ...f '" through In the clinches. Evidently bewildered by tie r.
ciowd, Mr. and was easily cap
Pig refused to run
_.. _.- It required more than a few fishes and n couple of loaves of bread to feed the hungry multitude that swarmed single-file by J. R. Strickland of Graham.
the hastily-constructed tables where fo...d was dished out at the rate of 3.000 plates In 45 minutes. Consumed
f Ralph Storey- pleasurably pounds of beef, 230 loaves of bread, urrel and a half of cole law, four barrels of lemonade and 23 gallons of coffee.were: 2,060 John I, - .r
liege, owner of soft drink concessions at the market platform, reported 5.760 bottles of soda pop sold during the day. ,

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(Right) Start of the exciting
girl's bicycle race Is shown
here. From left to right:.
Ruth Simpson Mrs. Jack I
; Mace Ida Lee Siicox.: and
I loe Thomas. Promoter K.
L. Williams (white trousers)
+ 1 e"wras I. hovers in the background.

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races were good funt
I t Minnie. : I Mae
Godwin, the winner.
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a + I a kangaroo toward
4 '; the finish line.

The free drink stand also did a rushing business. At center, behind
wooden railing M. H. Dakln stoops over tor another cup of coffee lIlrs. I r
Dakln Is kept busy at his right, and in dark shirt (toward rear) Miss
L. i II I I rf Pat Lambe presides at lemonade barrel. It took plenty of the latter to (Right) Threelegg -
quench thirst after eating the .
__ spicy barbecue.BAY e d
I ; races caused
of the harmonica .1 plenty Ernest of spills.
contest wa s E dwln GROUPS of pretty girls In bright play Allen and
Starling (of Lawtey whose clothes added a dash of color to the scene. Here partner. Judy Mc-
rendition of "The Fox Chase" Heft to right) Hazel Sapp. Ella line Sapp, Alma I Rae, whose head
had mouth-barn fans la a Murrhee. sad Doris Strickland discuss this, that, I failed to make the
tber of admiration. and the other, oq I picture seem to be
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