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 21, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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tift.. f I vI t Established 1871. u_ ; we should quietly hear both aides. U Goethe E, L. Matthew, Editor and OwnerYOLUDm

,. .rO'man of at y t SIXTY-OSE'' .' STLUlIE, FLORIDA FIUU.\Y. JI'L'1, 19S9 NUMBER: TIlIItT\-F.IGlTr y,
,nty9evend l _

, here .

?iy looked Pierce,ox eOrgla; cart the ._ I f I GUARDS I II SCOUTS START City's Compromise On Taxes

ky Li fc, \Id over to the settle sec-and ,: v4- TO BIVOUAC MOSQUITOCONTROL Will Expire On October 1st

' that hascome Mtpv4ls
o I" Councilmen Hope To '4 ;

sham aiIh Settle $200,000Deli"que"cies x

therete Headquarters Company I Ask Cooperation
no comfy al the time. That 1 Left Sunday For of Public In ,

Nine months ago the City ,
D Wasdln. now EncampmentMembers ProjectMonday +
I was H youngfrom Council, In a surprise move, an- .(
L0id. but still d i
and morning at 9 o'clock e flounced that all tax certificates! ;
of activity of the local Headquarters :
LA would be a members of Boy Scout Troop 70, values shown on the 1938 tax roll (tr;
trip that Company of the Florida National .
assembled to begin their attemptto n ,'$
now would be cut seventy-five percent, ,
Uly a few hours 'other'f Guard, who left Monday for banish that mosquIto from ;
after hIs long Allowing property owners to settle ,;It t
L Ulen and ." their annual 15-day encampment, Starke. After a,. brief period of In- }
Wasdin purchased ,. I their delinquent taxes for 25o 7";
raey, Mr. f' will pass through Starke Mondayon struction by the Scoutmaster. the "

L that was to be home for the : their way to take part in''I Rev. Frank Robinson, (also officially on the dollar for a period of one \,, )\
his life from one, Riley appointed Sanitary Inspector year. '\'(l
In the
then returned to Georgia I IA I for Starke,) the boys were By this week, well Into the last :,<

, while married, and came ) Heights area. divided into three group;: Group ki quarter of the period! of grace!, '" ;
with his bride and ..-" ", The full company of twentymen 1, headed by Michael Dew, patrol the city had cashed In more than I,:;i r,

Lbers Graham of his family. : and two officers left Starkeat leader of the Mohican patrol, to $3.000 representing settlement of ': '1

6 o'clock Sunday morning for cover the section of town west of
bringing In an armload of stove wood (a characteristic $12,000 In delinquent taxes \l't'

I hewn here still keeps busy around the farm), Mr. Wasdln has Camp Foster near Jacksonville Walnut street;: 'Group 2, led by Still remaining, however, In. ,.,;::

since he where they will spend their first Freeman Register, assistant patrolleader "
with Intervals of "railroadIng" "turpentining", wy some $236,000 from which the city
led his farming week of trainIng. The boys expressed of the Bat patrol, to cover before : :
most of his time has been devoted ? dads hope to salvage $200,000
road contracting. hope that many of their the section of town East of Wal October 7
the compromise expires
soil, growing such staple crops as cotton, corn and the 3 headed ; 'SI
cultivating! the friends here will visit camp nut street; and Group 1. Redemption of this

nuts.. He remembers when the town of Graham came Into beingh 'I Sunday for Brigade Parade, one by Leonard Smith, p tulotldea !IU p. amount would bring In $50,000caali

T & J Railroad. most colorful events duringthe Leonard Smith, patrol leader H V
the construction of the old I of the by and enable the city to cut Its :},

fifteen years he was president of the Farmers Union Local atiham encampment. for the Wolf patrol, to cover Reno Remember when this strange-looking conveyance punned through levy from 20 to 15 mills. ;

or and did everything in his power to keep the organization I The National Guard, moving by Junior Assistant Scoutmaster Bradford County on Road 13 exactly four months ago' Bob Cobb, During the nine months It has hit '

efficiently. He still believes that unionization would do truck, will pass through here sometime Frank Robinson III and Senior Florida cowboy, left Sliver Springs on Match 18 In a coveted' wagon been In effect, the tax compromise tiff,
the farmers lot, and states that the old organlza-I Monday morning enroute to Patrol Leader Enos Hayes acted drawn by Oscar the Ox. Two days later he passed thl'uuglthllJ section hall caused: many arguments

cb to Improve was broken up because of the Interference of I the Keystone Heights vicinity I in the capacity of general overseers and spent his second nlghtout Just off the road half way between pro and con. Conscientious taxpayers ; Pl7

i, thirty years ago where' the guardsmen will take for the three groups. arrived I at the .
I I Starke and Lawtey. Traveling continuously they complained that It was unfair -

10 many speculators. part in maneuvers for three days.1 The purpose of this first skirmish World's Fair in New York last week and Hob Is shown here leading to the man who has been, 8

Theywl return ,to Camp Foster, was to have a general checkup head" ,
wllli escort of two putting "cash on the barrel
"World of Tomorrow" a special
and part Friday. A over the entire town, to empty Oscar Into the 1 ,
part'>> Thursday he first decided to make the trip. Bob purr every year, and a few proclaimedthey 4r
Words stagnant water, officers.Vhfn!
j containing
Fewer cfomprehlenstv9i map of the area. cans police
: city
through paying
; oil him eat and broke him to harness were
n where!*the-companlel111 bivouac I II and to.* observe places chased Oscar on March 1, taught taxes from this time on.

was prepared "by members of WaR! needed. On the next trip of *. The ox ate copiously throughout the trip and gained 300 pounds,

DAY SUPERSTITION O. K. SO FAR :i I HvaUquartera! ..Company under the this "Mosquito Control Unit" oil Bob lost 37, for he found it necessary to stay awake nights, keeping councilmen On the other(W. hand M approving Edwards,
The old superstition that rain on St. Swlthin's Day (July 15): ) :I direction!, l pfjl&vR. G. Kldd. will und be in sprayed drainage: on' ditches stagnant which do curious people from disturbing Oscar's sleep. chaIrman H. A Bishop, and L, A

while rain on that date I, :Member pffthe local companyare maintain that the $248
I be followed by 40 days of wet weather, no not drain, in the hopes that in a Canovn)
been borne out so far. It : as fp-lloVsYlst: Lt:. T. T. Long; 000 In delinquencies represented! Mtl ,
of drought, has of
the mosquitoes

ins not an rain equal here period last Saturday. Since then, it has clouded up several i 2nd Sam'Lt.Alvarez R. G.Kldd; Sergeants;; Staff J:.Sgt.H lare-e..degree Starke will be eliminated. findIngs CUT IN WPA BRADFORDTO was almost far a better complete to loss collect, and 25c"that: on It '!$, ,

es, but has failed to actually, rain. Dennis, W. H. Graham M. G. Mc- Following various Monday's trip, are GET the dollar, and get delinquent I
of the reports
Millan, K. R. Struth; CorporalsReece SCHEDULEDAUGUST property back on the books, where ,

MORY( TO DK COMPLETED AROUND SEl'T.i1: .' Bradley, Merrill Edwards, most revealing In a few allowed Instances It In hoped that it will continue ;\\4
The fine new home of: Headquarters Company 124th Infantry, Leo Jones, Robt. C. Johns; let these boys were not wells 1ST.Those R. R. MONEYLongStanding to Clltl'YIs\ fair share of the tax '
back yards; open
around September 1 A. Jenkins, Inspect
rids National Guard will ba completed Class Privates Chas discovered burden with a reasonable (perhaps

al guardsmen are planning a bai,..and other "high Jinks" that will Bill Powell; Privates Al Kay Car- not being used; were ) several. lower) assessment, "-
Albert L \ (filled\ with mosquitoes ; -
s "Celebrations" Into lnslgnlflcanjk\they say. lisle. John F. Crews and how of their hopes
lk previous Jade : W. drainage ditches stopped up Dinnnte : Just many
Joseph For
L. Dobbsf
Robt. Emploi/ed
CrosbY, filled with water; many will bo realized and how much of i
I partially
OBI Ml' WILL BE SMOOTlirU OUT..,., I I'Kelly Bob Long Ovid, Bill Lewis.Long Donald tin cans filled with water wiggle Past 18 Month To Settled In High I the $200.000 will bo returned to r,

Motorists who have Jolted over the deep furrow In the pavement i, K McRae. tails, and moBqutoea. One very I lie Laid Off Court the active assessment. roll by Oc-

intersection Walnut and Washington Streets will\ bed bad condition that exists* Is the tobtr! 1, remains to bn seen. Onllnqucnt -
the south
\ of lack of equipment -I Tallahassee Bradford. taxpayers, however, will
W because Countywill
to know that the city intends to remedy the situation soon. STABILIZATIONSOUGHT fact that Local WPA officials have had!
must have to do some tall forking up
Council stated yesterday. that a and personel, garbage direct Instructions concerning receive $4.07067 and the
Edwards! chaIrman of theny thus breedIng no within the next few weeks If the
to off surplus water, but be left out too long- e. provision of the new work ru- I county's schools $3.370.71 as the
tression is necessary at this point carry FOR and files. goal Is reached
and an attempt made toke mosquitoes lief bill which makes it necessaryto result of Kit- recent order of Circuit
.t I the street will be worked again soon As soon 8M these conditions and all workers! who have had In the meanwhile, Chairman

the bump more gradual. others that need attention too, drop of continuous employ-, Judge J It Johnson that ICdwards: Is urging the public to
PRICE unit 18 months railroads of Florida must $I.012.251.62 ,- :
TOBACCO I are eliminated this volunteer I meet "All we know lit what we pay take advantage of the compromise Pk

VD 13 CLOSEt TEII'OltAIULYGAIN: of our City feels, confident that the ," they stated) In disputed taxes within while It IH still In effect .d

Barricades were erected again Wednesday afternoon on this end we will have a more comfortableand I read Figures In were papers not available showing the next thirty days. _.____ A ______ 41':

Road 13 while top dressing and slag is being applied on the stretch Green Says Foreign a more healthful city in whichto how many workers on the The amounts to he received by BUILDING U, k
to Whole hearted coopenitlou tho various counties and their
Is expected live.
ween Santa Fe River bridge and Waldo. This work Market Has No local rolls> would be affected, but
of the people of our com- school systems were mad publicIn SHOW ROOMS
ulre less than a week's time, when the road will be opened once work It Is believed that at leant' one-
EffectWashingtonFollowing munity la urged so that the third will be laid off statistics assembled by Keen li

re. I of this group may be more effec- and Allen Tallahiis-Hee attorneys, Construction began Tuesday
\ a conference : tive and that their efforts will be Roy Schroder state WVA who represent various board of morning on a new 24 by 42 foot

COUNTY COURT NEXT: WEEK of congressmen of theCJeorglaFlorlda felt, rather than the sting of the slated that the new county commissioners and county building on South Walnut Street

The regular term of County Judge's Court, scheduled for next flue-cured tobacco poisonous mosquito. regulation would have "a---far I school board In litigation to force Immediately south of lfouaton'sservice

'!lay, has been postponed for two good reasons: (1) No cases .- more serious, Immediate effect on I railroads to pay tuxes on a uniform Station. Titus Olsen Is ,,/:,

docketed ((2)) Judge Perryman will be attending Federal Court area Congressman Lex Green RAINslxAMAGEFLORIDA the work program than any other Con ratio of asHesiirnent. having the structure. built and will ,

the Southern District of Florida In Ocala, where he Is one. of called on the Secretary of Agriculture new "regulation Curtailment Imposed In the by new Judge Johnson ruled that the use It as a show room when It Is.

suit. to co-operate for fajr CROPS gress. railroads must taxes on anueMesHincnt completed: In about six weeks for
defendants In site condemnation resulted In pay
the postoffice relief!' bill has! already and re-t\
season's In ratio of 24 percent, Instead his line of refrigerators
crop. !
for this rains! thousands of
prices of project
Orlando. June's heavy the release .
frigerating' apparatus.A
:T SCHOOL to Wallace, of administrative of on the 19.78 percent
SHOW TOJyT VACATION IIIHLG the communication Florida pastures and hay workers and scores n
helped which the railroads contended,( was 12 by 22: foot store room will
A feature of the Vacation Bible School, being held this week and Green contended that the prices grasses but hurt peanuts, corn and employes In all salary for the north. Overall construction -
Ih.I average ftMSf'Sllment non- adjoin on
t at the Church will be a pet show to be held this tobacco had and Interfered with work- classification
Presbyterian paid to growers for tobacco railroad, property In the stale will be of brick with a

ruing (Friday) beginning at 11:30 o'clock. The school has had aPacity effect upon the price of cIgarettes ing of crops I In some sections "Acting In accordance with the ruling permittedth metal roof. The Interior of tile
10 The jurist's
attendance since It opened Monday under the supervision of the profits of the Citrus trees; at the close of the requirements of the 18 months railroads to Immediately show room will be Inlaid with

Rev Chaa Allen. A total of 72 students was enrolled Wednesday. nor upon month had ample supply of moIsture provision we must now release an a 22 1-2 percent pay assessment' )I marble with a broken tile floor. t
obacco manufacturers of limited thousands of men and women
with exception a other The marble used Is that formerly k
) 1 1-2 percent
'basis, withholding\
He pointed out that over area In South Florida at a time when opportunities outcome of furtherlitigation In the Lawtey State Hank, which. .

past several years, the statistic! The United States Departmentof for employment In this, state are ,pending the method of the building Mr. Olson recently purchased '

Events whether the crop ol service their lowest point' he declared. over i.
Coming reveal that Agriculture marketing at assessment. board Insetting from Freeman Register _
state railway
tobacco was large or small, 01 in Its July 1 report said next sea "While this Is unfortunate In values on railroad prop- owner of the former Lttwtey Bank,
to the growers about situation Is further
brought high prices son's orange crop would be Itself, the

: .Y 24. Date of trial In Ocala by which U. S. or low prices, the price of I the same size'as that In 1938-39 complicated, by the fact that eachof I erty, will site.Mr.. Olsen wishes. the public to
set for beginning remained the same and would be less then persons must remain off Under the ruling, the state will h*.
site for new postoff ice cigarettes but there probably share of railroad know that no gasoline pumps
Government seeks to condem that the profits realized by the grapefruit and tangerines. the rolls for a minimum period of receive (406 17 as Its adorn the front of hi. building. ?

building in Starke. ,tobacco processors and the entire 76 I'prtent Normal 30 days and must then be recertl- taxes collected In the county.Apportionment -- --.----.--.---- ,

!LY 25- .Opening Georgia and Florida bright-leaf tobacco markets. tobacco Industry remained large The condition of oranges was lied before we can again offer of the $1,012-
: The amountof normal be Avail- 251.52 tax payment total, according FLORIDA HIGHIN
iLy 25- 'and about the same. reported an 7ft percent of them such jobs as may
C -Beginning of "dog days. and the foreign 75 ago. the administrator added. to the table furnished by Keen
tobacco exported with a year able ACCIDENTS
: 'Y 31. -Schools open at Hampton, Brooker, New River, and Gra I market receiving American compared Grapefruit was 53 percent com He also reminded that there Is and Allen shows that the state

ham. Also: all negro schools. 'grown tobacco has little If any,, \pared with 74 In July 1938. while no agency In Florida which ls certifying will receive f51.5l3.32 l of i the The nations-highest accident "'

3UST 7--County Commissioners meet at 10 a. m, for purposeof I effect upon the sale price of Florida tangerines were 52 percent against workers for relief at pres amount counties (excluding rates last were recorded Lathe
and school year
according toGreen' Welfare Hoard schools>, $562,04268,
personalproperty The State
of real or tobacco earlier. ent.
hearing complaints from owners grown a 68 a year : mountains and) Pacific States
Continuing showed its work in that field $1398,875 'r
as to assessed valuations. contention I The state's tobacco crop discontinued This leaves ..-- -. .- and In Florida and Rhode Inland,
'CU.T the City of he said: and Increase from 19,684,000pounds several months ago. the National Safety Council reported
12Closing date of registration books "The combine of the tobacco i last year to 22.895,000 In the Job up to the WI'A already LEGISLATIVECOST In Its 1939 edition of the

Stark. so-called overproduction handicapped by a curtailed administrative "
the 1939.Florida's. "Accident\ Facts.
use analytical
__ buyers Is to be
I July force, which UP
low foreign on
called corn acreage
and eo- September Fur the 48 states the death rate

CIIRISTJANITYPRAISED market and war clouds, which are 1 was estimated at 821.0OO com- further reduced In August State records for all kinds of accidents, per10O.OOO ;kF1
fvGRIFFIS but a and October
the means 805,000 last year
are with A
bunk. These pared was 72.2.The
all senate, with population
IN small 7.389,000 bushels feature of the iihow that the Florida '
prices of encouraging
ACCIDENT to Justify lower yield One 'i
used to try $144,034.76 for I mountain states of Mon
36 members, spent
our growers. forecast (The 1938 produc- ,current relief picture was promise "
paid was
1 *. district supervisor frequently tttachex In the recent 60-day ses- Lana, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada.
GHfn8, Superintendent oi Dr. J. H. Daniel, Department of lion was 8.432.00O bush Is.) of Increased rate pay 'j' 4
the and New
He requested of the legltdature It had Utah Colorado, Arizona ,
South don
hit Church the report In the
*: Methodist field 29,000 acres WPA workers
Inatruction. the expert From ror
of send
of ,
was aerlouslj Agriculture to bushels of from $6 to 271! full-time employes and 219 Mexico had as a group rate t

red| in an automobile accident for the Jacksonville area, spoke to men to the markets at Live Oak be, tald. a total of have 3,422,00 been harvested I which may month.amount to Administrator ;part time employee.The 1026; Florida 98.4; the Pacific 5 li.i
to I I 110 a
the white potatoes
Valdosta And
ut one o'clock Saturday morn- RotarIans here Wednesday on Lake City and during the compared with 4,488,000 from Schroder said the new rate house, with 95 members, States of California, Oregon: I '

aa he of the church there; and remain tbera : I shortly for attaches. Figures Washington, taken together 99.3,
was Influence : In 1938. expected ipent $94.934.10
returning from ,antendent's Important to see that thegrower's J4.0OO acres schedules are ;
season Island 98.7.
meeting in San- on community life. Even writers! I entire sales was protected In Hw' <..t Potatoes Cain. _. .--- were not Immediately available and Rhode i
to was estimated the number of house attaches The lowest rates state health
d. unfriendly did not production FARM on
He distinctly Sweet potato I OPEN LION
was carried to River- who are ales and the speculators bushels 20.- TO departments reported to the council -

a HOIIpltal in Jacksonville,, the Church have admitted been the victimize them. : at than'last 1,420,000 year I Fort Lauderdale,--Clyde Beatty Records showed legislative ex- were 66 4 In the North Atlantic .,
has BOO more started
ve his injuries fact that Christianity unfavorable weather the animal trainer, audited and paidotalled States, and 66.7 In the South ,
were reported already
civilization to Fie
HirthsMr here pena
I fractured the greatest force for I I the season, the government work on a lion farm 1427.298. against a 1937 Central State. The South At- 1,
collar bone, con- said. earlier in train lions :
Daniel 1 1starke I and
Hoover breed
T. ;
the world. Dr Mrs. Cyrus buiih- plans to and North Central Statesapproximated '
Iou of In have and said the 30,000 U lesslon cost: of 1357,77962: Th.comptroller' antic
who agency on 1
the :
shoulder and die.ee4 Scouts. at headquarters
Several Boy ; boy July 15.Mr. for peaches 81.0OObushels ach winter office estlm at. d the national aver- t r1
ribs. distinguished themselves Mrs. Ellery Sapp, I tie forecast for 3. highway No 1 down which the of 72 5 and 73.... ,
with rates
recently and and I for pears and 730 tons trade, about 150.000 of 1939 leglaJatlyutUla age. t.. ;
Jr. Griffis stated that h* fell in various ways, were present club mem- !3tark, girl July 18. were all below the 1938roduction. I II ,lower east coast I I remain to be paid. respectively.: ,
drivIng introduced to the Mr Merrill E, Ed- prapes teases. ? _
? and his car left thear were In chargeof Mr. and t
< > '
meeting was July 17. ,
Putnam Hall and turn- bers. The wards. Starke, boy, .
c Rev.
nlng to rest on its top. the

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4 EVERGREEN her bed for the past week with PINE LEVELMrs. and --

How. They Stack Up Now Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Cor. Mrs. F. -A. Rosier Cor will an attack have an of operation appendicitis.as soon She as H. M. McRae, CorrespondentEld. brother Remember E jyMcEeldo tr

Mrs. J. Rosier and Mr. and Mrs.J. possible. Mrs. John Clemons E. R. Bowers filled the class at Pine SUllday
For Governor And Senator Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns Level!
seems to be a little better. Little ev
regular appointment for Eld. W. afternoon !
and children visited Mr. John's D. Sapp'and baby spent Sun- at 3 aad
Jack Hazen Is doing fine after his O'clock
S. E Hall at Pine Level this week meeting '
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. on
father, L. G. Johns, Sunday after- '
Shaw Is In
Mrs. Dave Wedllelday'
"' by Sapp. end, the latter being away In a Everybody
noon. Gainesville Hospital now. Reports welcome
J r FRANK T. TRACEYEditor's Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and meeting.Mrs.
Miss Ruth Zeigler was a visitor are that. she Is stOl very WATCH
F. M. White of Jackson- F0
to Lake
children visitors
tit Lake Butler and High Springs were sick but better than she was.
for what might be worth
Note Presented here, they
( : ville was recent guest of Mrs. H. 'lIiESE
City Saturday.
Saturday. She was accompaniedhome Robert Henry Hargraves and RAIN
are the latest predictions of Frank T. Tracey Jacksonville barber, M. McRae. ,
No by her sister Mrs. R. C, John Sapp and Miss Ruth Sapp his sister Effle are spending a Florida house
who styles himself a "nationally known political prognosticator Rosier and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hall are ,
d Dampler who spent the week-end were visiting B. E. few weeks in St. Petersburg with 8Iaou1d
modest violet, be claims that his predictions were 99.99999 percent Mother Sunday night. their grandmother visiting relatives In Jacksonville. the lookout for mildewwild
correct 24 days before the last General Election. Death, however, here.S. ,warm dllltt
sheet S. Paul and Miss Pauline Miss Vlrgie Gaskins spent the Mrs. Nellie Alfriend. demonstra :Miss Helen Norman and Eldon. rainy eolOn,
stepped in last week to make a vital change In Tracey's dope for b
Crabb left Wednesday for their week-end with her sister, Mrs. Edu- Sapp of Gum Branch were visitingMiss growth
when W. McL. Christie, Duval County legislator, who is shown at tlon teacher for the Creative fungus, Missthl" Pat t1J
killed In automobile home In Miami after a pleasant Russell Redding. cational Society was In Brooker Vesta McRae Sunday. says
the top of the list here with odds of two to one, was an clothing D.
accident. This stroke of fate leaves Senator Wm. (Home- :. visit at the home of Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Saturday explaining the good of Mr and Mrs. Willard Browning: borne "K 'ttUSl with liIe

stead Bill) Hodges in the lead, according: to Tracey whose general J. .J, Zeigler. daughters were visiting his sister visual education in the school. TheP. and little sons, Erving and VolUe, demonstration dePartlt

'. comments concerning the political situation will be found following Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packhamand Mrs. Daisy Pringle Sunday night. T.-A. purchased one completeunit Hubert McKinney and Mrs. Mild- Mildew ehe ,points, < out,au
a large crowd of Theressa Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrett and of Corelatlve CUrricular Ac- red Dyal, all of Sampson City, Pear on shower curtain
his listings) &lid
young people spent Saturday children were visiting her sister, tivities, costing 3450. I were dinner guests of Mr. and household textiles. or n,

,Z evening In Palatka where they attended Mrs. Leslie McCIellan Saturday. Mrs. Irvin Williams and her Mrs. V A Browning Sunday. furniture, leather ban, .,'f

Possible aspirants, for Mythical odds to Remarks by the show Funeral services for J. S. Grlf- mother, Mrs. Alice Oliver of St. Misses Luclle Haven Crosby of ta poorly ventilated clout

Governor 1940< lead ticket Frank T. Tracey Miss Ida Hagan and Henry fis, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustine spent the week-end Rising were dinner guests of Miss other storage places At III!!

3-1 cinch we ever had. Hardy were business visitors to Clyde Griffis were held at the with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hazen. Odessa McRae Sunday. sign of mildew make all rII
1. W, McL. Christie ventilate
Starke Saturday afternoon. Long Branch Cemetery Tuesday the ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie :Morgan forage ,
2. BUI Hodges 3-1 Still rates second. Gus Fountain and family of even the pile!
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey are whole
morning. house
few with Mr. and
3-1 Still a good bet. spent a days Gainesville were visiting friends
3. Pat Whitaker rlcs In
the of dry, well ventilatedh
proud parents a baby boy
Mrs. G. B. Colson last week.
3-1 A strong contender. here afternoon.
4. Dan Chappell IIROOKER. Sunday and brtfsh p
born July 10. I nlldw J
Rosewell and Jennings McGau- Off ,
K, 5-1 Would make a good race but beth -
Nathan Mtsyo Mr. and Mrs. James Lancasterof leather ,
Mrs. S. W. Griffith and little bags u i soon
celebrated their birthday anniversaries asllllf,
,4 + ter stay put. son, Donald, returned Saturday Mrs. I* L. Parker Correspondent Ft. Myers were visiting Mr. she advises. '(
) 6. J. Turner Butler 5-1 Made good President of Senate. Monday with a party. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez .
after spending a few days with Sunday.Mr.
Policeman Injured Rosewell is old and -
i Spcakershlp added t 0 his I seven years
; 7. Pierce Wood 8-1. and Mrs. Jack
relatives In Gainesville Williston to hear Goodge and
; chances. Bears watching. Friends will be glad Jennings four. They received
l Better stay where he Is. and Ocala. that Truby Dyal, brother of T. D. many lovely and useful gifts for children of Starke were recent OUR MILK
8. Lex Green guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc-
: Mr. and Mrs. Jude Gilliam of
r 4 10-1 Would make a good race. Dyal of Brooker is getting along which they expressed their thanks.
9. John T. Alsop Tampa were recent visitors here. fine. Mr. Dyal Is a policeman Those the Rae.
10.1 Has taken on a good manager. InI| attending party were:
W. B. Fraser I I
11'10. 20-1 Well liked In South Florida. Mrs. Gllllam was formerly :Miss Gainesville, and got a call to got I I Harvard, Donald and Marcia Kay Manny Goodge of Starke spent
B. F. Paty Gladys Bristow and In her girl- to beer and dance Saturday night with Henry Cone. I
: H'aro'ld Colee 20-1 Made good record as President a negro joint Hazen, Benny and Marline Taylor,
12 Chamber of Commerce. hood made her home here. hall. The negro acted like he was Betty Long, Caroline and Rose- Mrs B. M. McRae and children 1Seldom

a p 13. Burton H. Schoepf 20.1 Made a good many friends. James Trlest, W C. Loper and going with Mr. Dyal when all at well Kelly, Shirley Ann Parker, spent Friday with relatives In the :
the week-end ... i
14. Raleigh Petteway 20-1 Led race for Governor last out. Earl Geiger spent once the lights were turned out Eurdlne, Wright Agnas, Lamar, Gum Branch section. I

I I 15. D. Stuart Glllls 20-1 One of best men In Florida. A here with relatives.J. and they tried to take his gun. Mr. Margie Fay and Glynn Crosby, Mrs. R. R. Crosby and children Equalled
C. Hampton of Melrose and Dyal got several licks on the Eloise
w Statesman. Galney, Pete Douglas, Mil- of the Rising section were
f Miss Hazel Phillips attended the head and over the heart, broke ton Mott Joe Green and I
18. Grady Burton 50-1 Good Campaigner. Betty visiting Mrs. H. M. McRae Sun- Never Surpassed
show In Gainesville) Tuesday three ribs and bruised him up I Sue :
P 17: Charles F. Coe 50-1 Friends still urging him. Margie Barry. day afternoon.
$ 18. Jerry W. Carter 50-1 A good railroad commissioner. evening.Mrs. pretty bad, but he shot the negro Don't forget church and Sunday Miss Vesta McRae of Starke
> +i In a good spot now. J. A. Milliken and children, before the other police force got School every Sunday morning at spent the week-end here with her

1, 19. Wendell C. Heaton 50-1 Just broke with Cone. Sylvia and Glen, spent Saturday there. The negro's name was the Baptist church. parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- PETERSON'SDAIRY '
with her Mr. and Mrs.
2(). Fuller Warren 50-1 Active youngster but jumping parents, Cox. He was an ex convict and Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Ogden and Rae.
t 17 too fast.VP A. L. Sullivan. while In the gang was kept in the family of Pompano are spendinga H. M. McRae spent Wednesday

21. J. J. Parrtsb. 100-1 Is well liked in Florida. Mrs. D. W. Moore and son, How- sweat box: most of the time. Mr. few weeks with Mrs. Ogden'sparents

ard and Miss Margaritte Bowen Dyal Is well known In this section Mr. and Mrs R. T Mc- I
Q VP- were visitors to Gainesville Sun-' and at Graham where he was rais Daniel. FUNERAL DIRECTOR
? U. S. Senator 1940 day afternoon. ed. We wish him the best of luck
Baptist Annual My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Roto
1. Chas O. Andrews 2-1 May and could repeat. The man Henry Hardy is> visiting rela- and a speedy recovery. Meeting will be held at Rock EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
f I tives In Lake Butler this week. A Large Sick Lktt Church this
lr t to beat. Friday, Saturday and MODERATE PRICES
2. W. McL. Christie 3-1 Would make fine race here but Friends of Mrs. J. J. Zeiglerwill There seems to be quite a bit Sunday. There will be church i

''+ will go for Governorship. be pleased to learn that she of sickness around here now Virginia services every day and every- DeWITT C. JONES

It 3. Doyle Carlton 3-1 Would run much better race this Is Improving after a few days Crews has been confined to body 1s invited to attend. Starke Florida
time. spent in St. Vincent's Hospital in

y{ 4. Spessurd Holland 5-1 Better make up his mind. Jacksonville --M

,' 5. Pat Whltaker 5-1 Would make good U. S. Senator. .

8. Lex Green 10-1 Is nosing around. HIGHLAND 411,000. miles of
t4' 7. Jerry Carter 10-1 A good R. R. Commission leader. 111.1.. : E. (Crews CorrespondentMrs. proof
8. John T. Alsop 10-1 Has excellent record.
W. R. Wlmberly and William -
,' Wimberly of Madison spent
Well, In the of horses, the stables their
are getting nags
Wednesday with Mrs. H. C. Wim-
ready and the campaign Is beginning to take some shape. Some of and
berly family.
the stables are finding It hard to get feed money, but in spite of this Mrs. J. A. Lawson of Jasperwas err WITH FORD V'8 TRUCIS"IKE

the horses are being groomed for the big race. Most of the aspirants the guest of Miss Ethel Ricks

i are making the mistake of thinking that it is a six: furlong sprint Wednesday.C. 9

A while as a matter of fact it Is a two-mile steeple chase,,with plenty M. Griffis was a business

i'p1' of hurdles to overcome. visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.

The biggest enigma In state politics today Is Christie. lie looks : Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Griffis) and

almost like a cinch for Governor, but would also make a strong race children left Saturday for their many track S. II. Bacon
operators, against yowr hauling needs? An the'
Ott for United home In Ft. Lauderdale after '
State Senate. Hodges still rates in second place In the 4IA L
Governor's race, with Whitaker and Chappell pressing him closely. spending several weeks here with t+ that a heavy hauling job job" test will show you its advantages of

:I Mayo would be strong here, but I doubt if he runs. Butler Is waIting Mr. Grlffls Parents, Mr. and r"t 4 called for a heavy truck. Today, he knows speed, stamina, flexibility, economy. Wiii

on Christie. Pierce Wood made a splendid Speaker and Is very pop- Mrs. J. W, Grlffls. # better! His own experience proves that a three engine sizes-60 h.p., 85 h.p,, and

ular throughout the State. This man will bear watching. Lex Green the Mr.week-end and Mrs.with C his H. Ray spent at light fast Ford V-8 truck can and will the new 95 h.p. V-8 engine-in six:wheelbases -

1 in making a good Congressman. John Alsop has many friends. Mayor Waldo.W. parents < haul more materials in a day than a larger, and a wide variety of body type*,
Fraser of St. Augustine has taken Jack Guthrie his <
on as trainer. slower
< truck-and
$ O. Allen visited his familyat .,.. .. at same time keep Ford trucks meet more than
He has good local support. Paty la a South Florida favorite and w .' '-
: Lee, Fla., over the week-end. operating costs at rock-bottom. % of
Colee will probably not run If Fraser goes. Burton Schoepf had quite ; 95 America's haul.
Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Reid of
'der a blow in Barron Collier's death Raleigh Petteway is toying with Maxvllle were visitors here Mon- During the four years this truck was in ing requirements.

the idea of running. Others have only more or less local support, but .,. : .., y st service, it was driven 411,000 miles and See your Ford

are nosing around. John Martin and Dave Sholtz have both been day.W.. E. Bowen spent Sunday with hauled more than 100,000 tons of sand dealer to-

surveying the situation recently, and If things look right either may Mrs. Bowen at Waldo. and graveL Its operating costs, Mr. Bacon dayl!

start, although I doubt it. Owen Marr of Mlms visited his believes lower
,were than that of other
SENATE RACE-Andrews Is going to be a tough man to beat. brother Joe Marr here Sunday.A. any

,'Either Christie or Carlton might do It, but they are doubtful starters. Duncan of Gainesville, W equipment he could have selected. 4

BpeBBiird Holland has not yet decided what he will do. Neither has Reid of Jacksonville and H. M. : r Why not measure a Ford V-8 truck a

Pat Whitaker, nor Lex Green. They would be strong contenders. Lane of Jacksonville were business a t

Jerry Carter will probably not run, and John Alsop is merely sur- visitors here Monday.

veying the field. This race will develop more later. e r

"-. RISING HAMPTON Knzu; Weaver, Correspondent 1 e :

Mrs. II. II. Lewis CorrespondentMisses Mbs: Ada Nlnuno Correspondent +
Mr and Mrs. C. B. Roberts of

) Vera Lee and Irene Mrs. Theodosla Robinson movedto Graham were dinner guests Sun

Lewis were visiting MUses Mary High Springs this week. day of Mr and Mrs. Roy Roberts. S

? and Doris Mott of Drooker and The Rev. W. T. McGuire, pas- Mrs. F. W. Farnsworth has re- a

Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas of tor of the First Christian Church turned to her home In Savannah
LaCrosse over the week-end. here will fill his regular ap- Ga., after enjoying a visit here as 5 { e u ti i 4 a a'i

Mr and Mrs Jack Underhill pointment next Sunday morningand the guest of her husband and y
y were Visiting In Jacksonville this evening.W. blends. 'i; ;c

Mr. and Mrs. S. Hershfield have :
week.Mrs. F. May left this week for
returned from a two week's visitIn
N. C. Mott and children, Washington D. C.. where he will
+'. Manda and Marshal. spent the visit friends and relatives. New York City with relatives
week-end with her mother, Mrs They also! attended the World's
Riley Wasdln. County CommIs-
E. J. Lewis. Fair They were accompanied ,
alone, and wife of Graham, at- home by their
daughter, Mrs.
Miss Doris Strickland and Miss
tended at the
preaching Baptist Harriet Goodman
and her son
Dot Crosby are spending this '
Church last Sunday, '"ps
week with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Henry. l
Lee Croft Is attending the Mr and Mrs. F. Prince of Dub- ,
_ Harrell of Brooker.
p World's Fair this week. lin, Ga., were guests of Mr. and i i1 R ., ,7, a C:3nk :
Mrs. N. J. Fouta returned home
Mrs. Theodore Clemons and Mrs. B. C. Prince several days ,. i.
from Jacksonville Monday after Y
daughters, Cathallne and Christine last week. Ry
spending some time with n
of Miami are visiting here Mrs. J. R. Sheppard of Jackson- .k
daughter, Mrs. A. L. Jackson.
this week. ville was guest of her slater Mrs.

Tommy Lewis spent the week- Marvin Ogden of Pompano is F. G. Mills, last week. e Am
end In Jacksonville visiting rela-
transacting business here this
x} tives. I week. past week In Lake Butler with relative -
Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and. *. ,peg'\ "e l1.
Joe Hazen, of Graham was a 4 i iooo miles go,S. H.Bacon bought this I -
daughter, Agnes, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee and I FOld V-8 truck as a test replacemutlor ,k
Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. business visitor' here this week.BOATDRAIN children of Bethel were visiting -"' "'-"'Ford V-8 ttucksAadblsotiginaltruckla ondispiayatshg heavy units he bad been using to haul sand tad grt,"..Tadl':

I. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis and Mr. and Mrs Arch Prevatt Sun-I .gsa Francisco Golden Gate Exposition s.an example of Ford V.S

Lonnie Crawford spent Wednes-

day with Lawton Crawford who .\1.... /. Z. Grlfrls. {'or. day.Miss Francis Crtffls of Bethel j I 7/letuIS/4-TON/ FORD V-8 TRUCK
1 is ill In Jacksonville.Mr. !
very was visiting Miss Thelma Pre!
and Mrs. J. H. Hall and Mrs. Ida Chase was the guest ,: vatt Sunday.
children and Mrs. Hall's mother, Sunday of Mrs. Alma Starling of Mrs .M. J. Green and children, N.w..t addition to Ford V-8 'fruck line for

Mrs. K____.... Gay of Pine Level Pine Level. r and Mrs.. Arch Prevatt and chll-1 I great economy! Wh..lba 1 I. |122 Inch. light hauling with FO R D V.
t; and Marlon Bennett of Sunny Marlon Green has returned to { dren spent Saturday with Mrs. E.I I body dim.nsions! l
Brook and Mr. and Mrs. Bishop his home in Miami after a two ,1 E. Le of Bethel. am at popular Ford V-8 "on- onner." Unusually large |load

Thomas of La Crosse were dinner weeks' visit with relatives. His I I pace In all body type-chassls l |I. equipped to handle

guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. wife and children remained for a I NEW RELIEF FOR ally long special| bodl.! Available with either 60 vnutu.

.s Lewis Sunday. longer visit. | SOUR STOMACH 8S h.p.v-a engln.. Brakes are hydraulic h.p. or TRUCKS
R. R. Crosby the with 12-Inch diameter
wa visiting Mr.! and Mrs. Ralph Green and 1 Probably know j'
you several rem- drums all ground! Sea
bed side of A. J. Grlffls In your ford dealer for
f St. children of Miami were visiting edies to relieve acid stomach and complete detail*] AND COMMERCIAL C A R
-I Vincent's Hospital In Jacksonville C. A. Grlffls Sunday. i:acid-indigestion. Blama-Rex, anew i I
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Callle Galney and children i delicious
t' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner left for Lake tasting antacid I
Friday City where'
powder acts four
ways to give ,
were dinner guests of Mr. and they will spend some! time with ,
you In a few minutes. J.
Mrs. W R. Conner Thursday.Mr. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George wonderful the way it helps It'S'' W. Andrews

and Mrs. J. F. Shaw were Harrell. Buy a bottle of Blsma-Rex for Jr.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leon Con- Miss Ruth Morrell returned at the Rexatl
Drug -Carlpenters -!!
tier Sunday afternoon i home I
Sunday after spending the Drug Store in Starke. ,


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THE NOTICE ItenrrlptloB Se*. T R A Owner 4t Coe t.1 Description nee. T R A 0..... a Costa
OVERS' Com 60 chns W of NE Lot 1 of Elk 20, Town n. E. Matthews ___. __ 8,87
'I' Cur of Sec 25 & run of Lawtey W of Ry 21 6 21

statewide dlacusew Notice I. hereby given that the 8 tlO chnm W 2Arhn Lots 2, 1 6. 7,5AS50
by following described land., or *o much *. N <0 chn.. E .
rnmpted ft of Lnta S of Elk
automobile drivo thereof a. will be necessary to the 20
pay amount due for taxes of 1938 chns to bd less 20, Town of Lawtey w

the enactment. Asberdirector herein set opposite to the same together with coat of such sale and E sAofN10 chnalso W W of Ry __________23 I 22t. n. E. Matthews _____ U' ,

license of the State Safety advertising, will be aold at public auction on Monday the 7th day of of NE coin for 80 of chns Sec 25 All Blk 32 ex Lnts 3.

k In- August A. D. 1939 at the hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Court House & run S' 840 ft for apt 4 Tnwn of Lawtey Q

cg, has released complete door, the County of Bradford In the City of Starke, State of FloridaDvncrlfitloi of beg thence S of Ry _____________21 I II Ao M. Blanchard ____ 4.81
; the subject. PRO ftV 1184 ft. Lnt 1 nf Elk 24. Town
atloD on Into effect Tave N 980 ft, B 1284 ft of Lawtey W of Ry 2$ I II 0.o. F. Young ______ i 41

Ue the IItW goes dee.SV4 T R A Owner A Coat. to beg-29 A______25NWVi 7 20 141 It. ir. Ford _____ 80.01 Lot. 8. 1, S of Blk 24.

deadline for obtain- of SWVi ______ 4W 1 20 40 Empire Lumber Co. __ 691 Tnwn of Lawtey W
t tithe not be reached of 8E% __________26SH 6 11 80 Walter Will _______ $13.87 4 of NEVi NH of of Ry ______________22 I II 0.0. F. Young ______u ....

ilcefBeM will "Between those of SW% ________25 6 11 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 18,87 NW4 NEV of All Blk 26 ex Lota 8, 4,

october 1. All of 8U of SEVi S of SEV _______________21 7 20 200 Empire Lumber Co. __ 11.34 B Town of Lawtey
must ee- W of Ry _________.23 I U A. M. Blanchard ____ 1.0'
.. be .laled. "you River ______________28 6 19 20 Empire Lumber Co. __ 3.97 N-3-4 of NWH of SWI.6 I IA I Lot 5, of Blk 25, Town

iS applicatiOn blank from SEV of NEVi &.E % of all N- 8-4 of NEW of Lnwtey W of Ry 23 I U 0eo F. Young ___u_ 1."

county judge< and rUt It la' SEV ______. _______S( 4 19 120 II. S. Bacon -.-?___ 41.11 of Farm SWH road W _of_.._Stat._.__21 8 21 3S W. H. Wainwright __ 13.71 I Half Lawtey Hlk 7.W I of Town Ry _of_23 6 U A. M. Blanchard ____ $..01I

that yOU have driven a car 8WU Of 8WV4 A NWU SNV4 < 6 19 160 Empire Lumber Co. ... 25.78 N% of 8EV of NW,4 __25 I 21 20 Mr. Lawrence C. I DISK Lots I. 1.1 4, 5

. without an ac- of NEVi & 8WM. demons _._______ S.SI Town of Law,ey W

-ear or more have not been of NEVi & NWV4 Of N-l-4 nf E% of NE'4 of Hv .__ ._________.23 6 U O A. M. Blanchard ____ I.U
Lot 1, Sub DIY of Lot
t I'; that you using a vehicle tote BBU" ____________ 6SH I 11 ISO Walter Wills ___ 26.88 of E 405 NWH ftf A; N-l-4 WH of of 11, Town of Lawtey -

tad of ,are of of NW% & NM' of NEH of NWH ____25 6 21 24 Horrace Norman _____ 1.14 B of Ry., 8ecs. 23-34 1>r
that you' 35 ......26 II U W. J. Barber ________ U'
any law; user of Aarand NEK of 8W% 1 T 19 100 Luther Harrell _____ 14.61 NEH of 8W% ________28 I 21 40 S. C. Alvares ._______ 297 Lot i.T'l; Law-

mlpd not a and EW of NWW & NEVi of NW'4 of SWVi ex IS A tev B of R,.., Sees. '

that your right swvt & SW% of ?. oft W side also 8WH 23-24-26 _________ _____26 1 U loin. Annie E. Brown 1,11

and finally, that BE __ __________10 7 19 of 8WV4 N of Branchex Lot 16, Otts Sub-Dlv. K
good; % 160 Empire Lumber Co. 26 88 Ben Faulkner ....... '.01 _
gars 2H! A In NW Cor 28 I 21 49 LawteySWV. T.eRo'_Irvin ___ ___ 1.18
OW the traffic laws of nor. E% of SWK _______.11 1 19 80 Federal Land Bank .. 19.82 SEI4 nf SW'4 & 8W' of SEH of 8WH; I* I II 10 Mra. W. A. Goodf.llow ..n

W% of 8EH & NEVi of of SEH ____________29NWVi I 21 80 Mil C. E. Norman .. 20.58 8H of NBH of SEH
of SW' 4 ? ________16 I II I Mra. W E. Torn'' __. 1.01
_11 7 U ?
that every license ap- 8EH .__-_?? 120 Federal Land Bank 29.80 of NBH _____-__32 5 21 40.J. A. Hollingsworth.I.1 RE4 of 8WH of W'4.II I II 10 C. 1. & Y. Dln..f.ld.r 4.31B3AofWS4ofNW4
added "Thta NW% of SW% & W 10 1HA In NWVi of NE...

must be notarized. i A of NEVi of BW% 12 7 U 60 A. A. Edward. ______ $.11 Bounded 8 .A W by of 8EV4 of NJftH] __248V4 I II a Harrison Paul _______ a." }
Cm county Judge public road N by N of 8KV4: of 8WH .A ,
done by the '" NEVi Of NWVi _____12 7 19 40 Empire Lumber Co. ..n; line. of said NWH of 5 420 ft of of

ut to the applicant, EVi of NEVi of NE% 12 7 19 20 Weeks Tpt. Co. ..... 6.91 NEH A E by Branch 36 I 21 :2 I Earl CookUnknown _________ 10.92 of SWV4 ____SWH_______2SVg I II U Mra. O. O. Annie h'_ I."

ltd. From the time the W% of NE% -1$ 7 19 80 Week. Tpt. Co. ...... 11.11 Lot. 4, 6, 6 A WH of of SKU of 8E
* Lots 7. $. 9 of Bite 8 : w i"t
obtained. It must be i car- W4 of SWVi. of SEVI In Hellbronn Sprlnsrs' 36WH I 21 ____?_____ 229 8KV & % of it P!
? of SKVi;: A BS;SEo'6
* driver at all time & SEVi of 8W% 1 6 20 60 Max Shane ____.... 15.69 of NW% of 8WH I 8 21 20 Ruby Ullason. __?____ 1226 8 03 8WI4 of SHV4" A l' 7

by the eb1Ci e. 8EVS" of NEVi & Com at All NEVi N of road __ I 8 21 157 Mrs.. Annie H. Alvares. _____ 8.44 of 8KV of SWVi U II D. F. Halter _________ 10.11
he Is operating a NE Cor of NEVi of REV of SWVi ________ I 6 21 411)of. L. Conner u Com at NB! 'or of See u

will expire October 1, SE% & run S to See S'; of SEVi 8WNW VI 60 W. R. Strickland ..._ I." 20 & run W less ft.
sea & of __ I 8 21 iJ f
corner thence W NEVi ._ '.'0z.E'4 S loin ft. E 1620 ft, 1 ?
year. on Sec line >95 ft, NWVi of SWH ______ E 6 21 40 A. A. Hutchlneon 1020 ft to bet ... 28 I II 40 1. n. Shuford ________ T."
license after thence Northerly to nf NWU A NH ...0 Lot 84 In Wondlawn I II 11).J. n. Crawford ____h 1.1'
Lewis __.._
who secure H Sec line 610 ft W of NWVi of NWH, __12 I 21 60 Jeff Lot I In Woodlawn __10 1 II 10 Federal Land flank __ a."
must paw a physical N 165 yds A W 88 yds Lots 29, 42 In Wood-
1, of pt of beg thence ....
t USViof 4 21 20 Mrs. M. L. Lewis --- ..._ _..____ __ 20 Unknown ___ ________ 1.11
test, according to E to pt of bear :2 I 6 20 86 Ida J. Merritt ::.__ '.U of NE i of NWH -- lawn __ 30Lnts 6 II 1. ,
N-8-4 of Ww ofSEVi SWVi, of 8WH AEH 36. 57. 43, 44, 64 /
,. Persona with poor eye- ex1Ain MIS Cor A of SWVi ex 10 A Lumber Co 18.42 In Woodlawn 30 II II 60 Unknown __________ t.1I .
be corrected by; com at SW 3or of Ent ______13 d jl 90 Empire Lou 10, 18 A wt4, of 0yf'
hicb can NWo4rof
Lot II A nf Lot
of SEVi & run NEHA NH .
will not be barred pro- SEVi line. NEH of SWH of 8.41 23 In Wnodlawn ._81 I II 80 L. n. Starling ________ 3.41 "1
a N to % lIeo: 80 E. C. Lewis .______ y
la made. The E 810ft.. NEVi _______________14 II 21 __ 8.60' Lots 11. 27. 31 In '
the correction thence Southerly to Sec line NWH" of SEH ______21 II 40 B. M. McRae...__________ 10.84 Wondlawn ______ .__81EVi I U 80 levy Sweat __________ 1.11
Unknown .
ent fee will apply to every- 326 ft, E of pt of SKH of NEVi ________23 8 21ft 40 of HWV of NWVI

who drives a car, unless he beg thence W 826 ft Blk 6 Crosby LakeShores of NEH A WH ofSKVi .

__.... :tSWVi I d 20 _____ 9.45 In SKH: of Sec !.1' of NWH of
or: to of beg F. M. Merritt Leah Nettles '
chauffeur pt 93 -----
ployed as a 14 A In NBVi ______25 I NF.Jl 34 I U 10.T. 11. Moore __ ___ I.U
the appllmust of NEVi & allSE" EI* of 8W"V.. of"SEH ABV4
which case Bf'.t SB Cor of NWH
In W of '
r, of NEVi of 5KVi of Sk"
be 21 years old and McKinney Branch _.12NEVi 6 20 65/ N. a. Moody _________ 5.78 of NWVi, of SWH Seo. ex I A i.n 8 side W,

of NWVi -12 6 20 40 Max Shane _________ ".SS 4.A run N 66 degrees, of Uv 84 I II It Unknown _u_________ 8.to
,ne dollar EV4 of NW% & W% oft W 735 ft to Sec line, All N 3-4 of NWVi nf

over 18 maya !i wV Of NEVi ____14SWVi 6 20 100 O. E. Crosby ________ 863 thence N 370 ft to NWV H: of ltv A N\\4
erwise anyone of SW% -16 6 20 40 Empire Lumber Co __ 6.40 NW' Cnr of NWH of of NU't'i nf NWH\ IS I II 11 !Mrs. O. O. Annie ____ I.U of
e license under the NEVi of NEVi & SWVi SWVi. thence E 660 ft Lot 1 In I'eetsvlll. 31 II II 11 Mr.. O. O. Annie ____ .n j?
Persons between the of NEVi" ____-______21 6 20 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 10.64 5 660 ft to beg ex 1 Irate in II. 13 Peetsvlll -
slow. lie SEVi of NEVi & SEVi 21 8 20 200 Mr.. D. W. Kelley __ 4373 A on N Hide o-AJ ex 4 Mary C Plllard -.:-- U1lk ._.. ?. 38NBVi II U I petty Strong ________ 1.10
IS and 18 may obtain: 22 6 20 _________ 2021 3-4 A In NB ___. 4 7 21 "
of EH of SEVi 80 R S. Johns "f nf NF 36 II U 10 C. D, Maya _______ 4.11
when vouched for by NWVi -22 6 20 180 Mm. D. W. Kelley. _. 36.07 40 In Sampson City ... '_ W-3-4 of Nit of NW'''. n ,

only Learner's RW% ____________ ---22 6 20 160 Margaret L. Kelley 18.05 A 1 A E of Rlk-40In of NWV.. __ ._____38SWVi 6 II 111 C. T. M. Dln..f.ldar 1.80
t or guardian. HWVt of SWVi __.----23 6 20 40 R. S. Johns __________ 10.34 ,RV4: of NWH cfn 3:I Mary C. Plllard ....._ 4.07 nf NWVJ 2 fI II 40 A. C. Summer _______ .... 1b ,
, will be Issued to persons) Fracl Blk 8 New 11w nf 4 7 II N'* of HWl{ of SKH I II II 10 Ell Orlftla ___ __ 371 .
Its are River _28-24 6 20 A. J. Thomas _______ 1.99 6 A "svV'of"SWHof 0 Jim Prldg-eon -??-- 8.62 NKiVi f Net'. a II U 40 A. C. Summer __._____ .... +
and 18 when they _____ 5 7 11
en 14 Lot. 6. 7, 8, 9 of Blk AEof S13V.. nf NWU A Wi;
ed for but such persons 9 New River ____23-24 6 20 B. F. Renfroe ______ 2.61 W 4 SH of 8WHof 4 Mallnda I Prldg-eon ...- 4.11NEV of SW M 'f NK'i 4 II n 50 A. J. Bryan __ ____ .._0 uN'4
______ SEH 7 11
n. Judd _____ 3.56 4n
chauf- Lot 1 of Blk 14, New of NK'i: of SKHAll I 8 II 10
be accompanied by River -21-24 6 20 R. F. Renfroe ____.__ 1.27 of SEVi A 8 WViof 10 Foater. Shi I Smith ---- 17.10 E'j, of NWI. of

parent or guardian whenever Lots 7, 9 of Blk 16, HKVJ'f--f--SFrl1 9 Z 91 20 Wm Thomas __----- 4.11 SWVi W of road ____10 4 11 II Mrs. Alice Lanlrford __ t.18
18 New River ____n23-24 6 20 B. F. RenfroeJennie ______ 3.84 B';. of SE WH of HWV4\ of HKH 11 II U 10 Unknown 1.11
If a person U over NKVi of NEH ex 6 AIn 3/ Wm Thomas ..AI I1nrn.--------- 11.11
g Lot 4 of Blk 32, New --------- EH of KH of NKV4 11 8 II 40 F1 O.
tints to learn to drive, be River 23-24 6 20 Sewell _____--- 283 I NB Cnr ______ __20 7 11 WH nf WH Of NWH 12 6 II 40 10. O. homer ____ ._ 11.18
-> ______ 10.34 WH; of WH! of NEB 10 Unknown 11.11 I.. n. nob.ln ________ T.I' ''r
permit NWVi of '/ 26 6 20 40 R. S. Johnsw- ------------ SH of NM'4 of HWK, 14 II II 10
ecure a temporary NwTi -& & B 10 A nf NWH 20 1 It 40. Empire Lumber Co. -- 6.40 BV4 of SEtA of NWH

e must be accompanied by NWVi of NW of'4 _______SV4__27EVi 8 20 120 Mrs. T>. W. Kelley____ 2300 BF. of NBV1: ::_:::::20 7 It to Unknown _--------- 6,69 X NR'.4: of NEH of
with a of NEVi __ _:28 6 20 80 Mrs. D. W. Kelley_ 1529 NW of NBH 22 1 11 BWV4 _______ __ __14 6 II 10 Ernest ae..ner ______ T." '
or operator All SWVS of NW S 1.81
itmctor % L..T.
al Wynn
SEVi of ---------- W 16 A of SBH' of
W 4 of SWVi & 1
e whenever driving.fact SVVV __________ __28 8 20 120 American Tung; Groves 23 1 11 8W>4 A NWVi of ". ..
Inc ____-.____________ 20.72 VrroadfnNd------------- 11 J. B. PrevattFoater -------- 14.98 MW'... & All NWH\ of 11
was emphasized that of SE% __________29SVi 8 20 80 American Tung Groves 25 7 11 SEVi W mad. .-.__ _-.111 8 II 72 A. F. A. C. Co ._____ 11.41
EV4 Inc ____ ____________ 2658 Lots 1, 2, 3. 4 or Fracl 181 Sht Smith ___ 25.11 Com At NB Cor of
makes It mandatory, upon I : See ___ .______ 26 7 21 :wa dg:
w 6 20 American Tungr. Grove.Inc. of NBVi: A run
of Lot 11 ________30 20 .
for of the following' -__-_____________ 7.21 NF.Iof\ NBVi A SH! nf ft. W 441 ft. Northerly -
:tlon any ; NEV A SEV4 nf NWH I 10< 29A ft 7

driver's license be i All Sec 31 ex: NVi 'of A NWVi nf 8W14 & to beg 4II.IN 1 A 16 S II II Gilbert Dixon ________ 5,41 '
es, that a Lots 4, 6, & ex eVaof WInf FlE'4V'.4. 300 Foster fib! Smith ____ 8874 WH of lllk 1 N nf R 2
ed for one : driving : Lots 7 8 & ex B'. of R% nf SE% __-2A T II 80 Albert. Leila Willis 6.76 W A Sit:1': ofrtlk1N ,
year of Lot 12 & ex S 26 N';4 of NWH __ 29 1 It 10.a'
I Unknown
Tungr Grovea -- 80 ---------- nf H 3 W A HW'4 ptnfRlk9Nnfit2W
________81SWVi 6 20 774
drinking, using a car !In any II A of Lot 11 Inc _____________-- 252.19 NVi of NWHFracl __ ._ .84 1 21
I NE'4 of NWI4 In Temples. Sub-Dlv )II-It" n 10 F..rl Cook _____ 1.48
ml act or being arrested : of NEt A BEtA A SKH ft NWH less. 160 Foster Shi Smith ____ 31.611ofN'&N'4of814 SK'4 of Nm'4. .17 4 II 40 M'. F. Brown.--___ ".14
A drlvcenae of NWV4 & W% of I A In SW r-or -. 35 7 21 NW 4 of 8W'4V. 9 ,,- I {r
tand-run driving. NW/, & NH of SWVi: 1A&5ofRW'4
may also be suspended & NWVi of SEVi -32 6 20 280 Ince American____Tung_____ _Droves______ 88.88 "& NWV <;:''w NE 4 & 400 Foster Shl Smith ---- 6059 \ eNES4ufnWt4&aA ., 1
____ 13.87 NsV'4 of ': .36 7 !1Nl4 W of pnhlln mad In -I'-.
>es of habitual drunkenness PEU of 33 8 20 40 Ella Wilson. Williams Est S.40 nf Lot 8 In Wood- II Carl Deckn _________ 1.51 NWVi of HICVi: & WVi --.

fdture of bond three times. 8'4' of SWVi"ofNW-U II 20 20 10 Inabelle Lawrence Wiggins--- 20.21 __ _10 6 IILot. nf HWVi of UK', 17N" 8 II no P. 1'1.' Knight ________ $601!

SEV4 -.---84 6 160 Will _______-_- 20.21 : .. 51. U. 33 In nf 8K'4' of NK'i'1 18NW'4 6 II .0 W. T. Wuk" ________ 6,44
'rators convicted of driving NE:>4 -.-34NWVi 6 20 20 160 Lawrence Wiggins __ 26.28 Woodlawn10 6 II 30 O. M. Peoplea _n____ 8.30 ex 40 A off w 1 1.asr74of8W4Nof

suspension of license are 11- ------------- 2 1 180 O Green. Jr. ___ 7.38 ',nt. 119. 31 In 'Vnod- ; !
20 40 D. J.
of NE>4 4 _. .11 6 II 20 Unknown 1.71 e
NRVt 11 lawn ------------ ; ]
G a maximum penalty of six NWVi of NWVi 8'SB 20 40 American Inc. _. Tung._ Groves___ 13.67 1W14, of Lot 112 'l road __ 2SVi 6 II U8 D. E. Knight ________ 47.81
-- -- Woodlawn _11 5 U 8.T. L. Harvey ___ ___ 1.B1 '
s In ]jail and a fine of $500. L. Atkinson 26.44 of SKVi SWH
T 20 1(0 C. ------
Lots 1. 2 7 1.0'. 1Ia 14 In 'Vood-
ex I Lnt In NK Cor
- ...SlV MBSHSS.M_ Ming 2 A In Cor'of'swviof __ ________ 18.90 lawn ___11 6 n 10 W. d: Wllk.raon _____ 4 18 I W nf road 21 8 II IO.T. W. 1Odward. ______ 21,49
__ 8 T 20 2 Unknown AF.'Io _12 6 III 10 H. ,V. Haviland __ 423
Card Sale! 100 for 89c. SWVI W'4; of or N1S' un :. Lot 4 Dlk 1 IMnehurst.
All EVi of SV\4 ofSEVi N:1: or N\V:1: ot A\V'4 12 6 U 20 lawrence 0. Weekly 4 9!It Development 11' II Conrad Lal..ch _______ .10
this low before. Special S of road -8NWVi 7 20 Oalney ____ 7.68 of of RR'.} n 6 11 20 f' 11 Sherman 4:22 Lnts I, 2, 13, 14 Tllk
M ;
3 R. ---- NE'1; : 4 12 '
resembles' engra v I n g ; ex 3 A In SE! Cor 4 of of RR'y 6 22 20 Weekly Trost. 2 Plnehurst Development
& N'EVi of SWVi ex Shaw __ n." NW'4 nf of SE'. 14 S 22.0 Lillie M. Andr.w. ____ 6.78 11. II Earl Cook .________ t.n
styles to choose! from.rd .- 1 A In PE: Cor 8 7 20 196 Mrs. Alma NP.4: of RE14 _____H 6 22 40.T. 11. Moore ---------- 12.58 WH' nf fllk 1 N of n 1

> County Telegraph. Lot 7 of Blk 3 Ward E. Baxter 1.56 .ote. I. I. 1. I InWon"la..n K & all Fr.. of lilu I . ,-
City ._--- 8 1 20 Mra. Laura U 5 U 40 David Rickert -. ----- 110 of nik 1 N of It I B" '. ._: .i, !. ,".. .

Lot 3 of BTk ll, Ward Laura E. Baxter 1.56 ''Slit of r.ot. 8. 4 k nilrnta I 8 of Frees sold N. Dllsgaman .... -.. t''
RTOF TIIK CLERK OF THKIT __ 8 T 20 Mrs. I. 8 In Wno.l- helnir 649 ,

rOHIT IN A\iP\ FOR rote City. 2, 6- of Blk 13. ______ 2.87 lawn .__ ____ 14 II II 10 Unknown ____________ '.181' ft N A M A .being all C&, .
DFonii ('O"'\TY. FI.RID". Ward City -. _- ___ n8 T 20 D[. P. MathenyE. ;eta 1. 2. 11. 33. 41. U said Frars W of H "
trcotvr,; OF TAXES!' FOIl ___ 21 .0 Ada Fo.a Stewart ___ '.80 ,-
Lots 10, 11 of Blk 14. Stewart _____ 1288 I In WondlRwn 111 5 line nf NWVi of NWHA
TEAR IfWS.Siarke. Ward City --- 8 7 20! T. 1,10'" 15. 18, U inWoodlawn KH of NIO't' of BikINorIt261&H'.y

Pla., May Slit, 1939 Lots 10, 11 of C15 Mott _______ 11." .____11 II II SO D. L. RIIUby ________ 8.10 !
Knight Tax Collector, To Ward City -- 8 7 20 L. A. '.nt.. 19. 10. 211. 80 In of SWVI nf lllk 2 N ''V..:
Bradford County. Lot 6. 8, 7, 8 of Blk ______ 4.78 Woo"'l..wn _.___111 II 22 40 O. C. Barnes ________ '.'0 nf It 3 B Temples. 1,
roontr Pr pe. 20, Ward City ---- I T 20 ir. P. Galney W' of Lnt ft1 1ft tote' Rub.Diy ___ U"I 10 Mrs. Grace Ford _.e.10.61

'7lope due 3627.65 Lots 4, 6, 7, 9. 11 of Jr. ___ 4.78 R 4n. 42. 113. 14 inWoodlawn "" All land lying on E AH
-ollecteJ None Blk 22, Ward City ? 8 T 20 T. C. Ilaaen .111 5 U 15 Mr. ,E. O. Harv.y __ 10." sides of the old

!la inee .toe 3.6n.61 All Blk 23 ex Lot 7, ______..__ 4.78 ,eta. 33, 84. U. 16 13738&NV4of Htarke A Lnwt e y
Pine & ForfrHaro 20 Unknown 39&all{
Ward City -- 8 7 publlo road In Sea 11 1
l lance duo. tl.29S.69! Deg lit apt 495 ft W 40. 41. H. U. 51. 52. known as the O A. l
lint collected Nona. SB Cor of SWViof 6l, 67, 45j I. IS InWoodlawn Thrower Sr property {
..aneo one.. $1.29559, of SEVi & run W 5" : __ 11 I II 111 Mrs. E. O. Harvey __ 81.14 -1082 A In NW Cor

peaty Rond and Bridge: Sec line 244 1.3 ft, ,ota. 38,.,.. 41. .2. 411. 4'III. of NWVi\ nf NW'. 22NWH II II 11 Mr.. Grace Ford ___ III 1
once! doe. U 996.09 N 230- ft, E to land / 11. el. U. 54 115. of NWVi 23B S II 40 1'. 8. Williams ___ ".01
hunt n.eled' $1,00397 thence. 6I. en, 61. 62, 1 Aofa9 A triangle .
lance l. du al of E. L. Crosby W e4 r Wnndlewn. 113:11 I 21 180 Ura, E. a. harvey __ 28.61 being all of -
o..rl.991.1 8 230 ft, thence _______ 3.24
..IT ftphool 8 7 20 2 R. 5[. Galney 411 of Lot 22 In vl'ondlawn SH of HHli] Of HWH w- -
l lance due. 14.9911.00 *? "of NW----!--"*--"-All-- .__::1It I n I Unknown __.;_____ 1.11 ad 23 1 n 6 Un. Dora 8ulllran __ .71 i'
1 Aunt collected $1.00397nee W of SW14 N of 'rat It In WoorllAwn .11 I II 10 Unknown _________ '.U nf NWV4 ofSKVi .

due $3.992.03 NWVi& W 18 A of ___. 1S.21 4otn.. 1. I. I. .. 5. '. I. A N 6 A of W-. we.-w 'oo- ,..,
isl. """-11"oo.! Ry 133 N. O Stokes -- of
neg Ur T 20 of of 8BV4 N
U. 15 45. U. HWH
I Itre! due.. 14.994:77 REV of of REV NWVi__-__-___.10 T. 20 40 Lawrence. Wiggins Co._ 10,169EV S.06 11.11. II U. In W"ndl"w". U I II 150 Pllra Water Co. ____ U.,0 road 4I -. -.24 6 II n W. T. Jordan _____ 411

r Aunt collated j1o02.6/ of NW'4 of SE'4 -.14 20 20 Empire Lumber Wilt of Lot 13 all 81. All SWVi of SKVi &E4,
ance ,due $3,991.91 244 10&N44 / of MBVi of 8VVV4 8 of ,
87,39&7i14nf \ f
& 12.84 ,
nu Sob-Mr' I Handed SEVi of SWViSEVi _8W3414 T 20 SO H. H. Howard -----. nf U & Ill -- road 48 _- ___ _24 6 II 11 Waggle Itamlllon __ 1411

lane. due 0'5,I au. 0! SE4VE4 & AU & all 84 In EI\yOf\ NEVi ________.. _____18 S II HO Cha.. 1. lohn.o" ___ 14."
'"tint rolUcted 8 111111.S- of NE'4 lawn It I II 10 Mr.. E. O. Harvey 10.70 N90ftnflOSftnf

i nce due $...((..$ of _NEVi. .. N of U T 20 45 Lawrence Wiggins -- 9.12 L nt. 9, 1023, 2426, 28In EH nf NW% of 11"14
Aerlevltval road Cor--ofNW'A Woodlawn I .19 I 21 80 Dalton Carter _-_____ '.11 nf NE'/, ex W 40 ft 21 6 II Eugene hunter 1.41
ante due 129.64 I I A In NW WoodLewn Com at NB Cnr of CallA
of Lot 117 In -
lamp punt ?"*'cted' Non of NW'4 B lying by 1.70 1t4 ___ _____U I II I Unknown ____________ 1.61 Church His & run
N Cone t.a t.
><''e 140 Yda Mr. Lillie
I 129.64! 20 1 Wood' B 275 ft. N 341 ft for
T in
____18 .0e. 49 50
*.1.' '".'. P...I.. II yde E & W 7 10 Mrs Llllle Cone __ 862 lawn U I 21 20 W. U. Wainwright __ 12.07 pt of begs hence
NE'A U.11E -------
auee nuns Mj'.et'; t 259. .10 E30 A of W'AI of -11"1 7 10' 10 Mrs.: Lillie Cone Lo'" 2. I. 4. T.- 1. 9. 1S. run B 110 ft, thence
once e Non. % of NEVI 495-----ftW--- 14. 21. 22. U, 86 211. n 75 ft. thence W810rtI.iilfttoa .,

due SM1Inlemt Beof .t Cor of 27. & W''; of Lot
arldxe and Sl."- NB of WV4 1 See' $3 :: Woodlawn U II 21 111 Mr. E. O. Uaney __ 2474 pt of beg .11' II V. D. lrarr.U .. ....
InlC Peed NE 4 & run W on !! Blk 19 as .xt.nd.A nn tEn..ye -

care due no.877.66 line 244 1-2 ft S. line thence of 14&: AP.4 0': of!REt4REfi21! I n 10:1.: R. Shuford ________ '..11Ellt Map .. B 100 '

line ected None 8y mile to nf NF.4 lOr NWy4 ft A ex M 10 ft. Original I-
du. $10.277.66 aid NEW. thence E 18 C. J. & M. Dingf.ldet3.10 of ..m---
fens. 1 A _____ 12 II t2 Town
244 1-3 ft, thence N Vi- T 20 15R.: M. Qalney _____ 4.93 F.u of AWI4 rem nf FF+' _.21 I II 20 D. B. Sullivan ____ '..00N Starke __ .. .. .21 6 II -, Th.lma Larantaux e--- 10.n
n5pTIIR CLERK on- TKFDROgrOI mile to beg ------ IEofNWVexW10 Com at HW for ofMadison

It'l. iv AV" row Beg at a pt 123/ a-3 ft. ACom __:_ .. _: 22 II 22 3> Mabel. Wainwright 7.11 A Bay eta A
of -
\1"( : 0': ""TY. ..PLRIIA, W of NE Cor at Ry wh.r.I run H 138 ft for a pt d
Ol'li': W on
F and run '" .
... nf beg thence run W
"'an'III line of See 21 cro.
... Recline 733 ft. thence & H on nv 512 ft.F. 105 ft, 8 34 ft, B 105
.knight ', Jun" 20th. 1939! n'+ mile to 8 line of toRy ft. N 24 ft to pt of
T?* Collector, To NOW 4 V. thence E 733 10 44.T. R- Mott ______ ..41 at right of beg --.e 21 1 31 Mike D.w _____ '.U
7 60 ft fnr a pt +
f-Jdf<;.r<1 County ft, thence N to beg 1NW'4 beg thence. H nursllelwith The NH of the follow. 9
f du*.*' Propee. ofNEV BE''S SW4EVti\ T 20 60 Empire Lumber Co 10.43 Ry 1150 ft. E at Ing City Block Hounded
Znn <
}3,821.85 of N Call 8f. W
of by
an"' '. ,hl'eet.d $1,09BJJ: W 838H ft of Nth. otll T 20 20 Unknown __________ 4.78 right 84) ft.angles N parallel to Ry by Broadway St. fl

Pine & F..f .....$2.532.82 A \\na t ;;,.n--E Co. 3.37 with Ry 10W ft. W I by Madison tit A Eby n.1I
1 an.. d\l. It S i 8t41.fof 11 T 20 B Empire Lumebr at right angles. to Ry ,. Bay St 21Lota 5 II A. E. Mott Hein _- 4

'unt 'o>lIect 11,295.69 of Ry RISVi 1NE4of 140 ft, to beg ex 8 Amore I 3, 4 of nile ?
e i Ul.IO of NWVi / Truby A
'e lan... de !! SWVi IfEI4: N or lepa to F.on. E.R Co's.r 'L'bnbl:: lr __ __ -21Lots U D. P. Pullum _____ '.IT j'
ArJige04.89 deeded
'r ''tnnd .. 27.18 sine
hue, and of River .x NWV22 7 20 169 Empire Lumber Co Chapman In I-U A 1. 1 of Blk 27 i'Co'e
.ii ________
collecte4i of SWI.lwt4 Deed '
KSl 11.II recorded In Eat 12.10 hiv rUb"U Unknown _________ U'
dos I I1C." of NWt4 & NWV T 10 20 L. W. Sowell ------- Book P, page 172.23 I 22 14 Mettle Bennett Sub 6 II
t... $8. 17.e2 22 of NEH Lots t, 4 of Blk 21.1lvlngaton 1 Hi
Vfc_I N-v'8'f"'N: NEV-.x- E 1023 10 H. H. Howard --- 4.91 2 A on N. side bounded Kby Truby A +"
: U..9.7o''On A T 20 of NEW A W Co's Hub Dlv 21 4 II A. T. Paul ____ C..,
anCe d'....el.d $ U4.IO Co t SE-Cor of Sea by Jane A. M.Byrd Bdsnrhard 23 S 22 1 ;Jo. FrlgoR. ------ 1.90 Lots 2. t or NH, of Blk ;

"''c..1 e.4l,.rMrho.l R4..."...nu' 24 line&100 run chna.W on N Sec 20 Lot Lawtey 1 cf Blk W of 3 Ry Town__21 I 22 : A. Grit!!. ..--- 5.11 A 86,(Livingston'0'. Nub Dlv, Truby.. 218H 4 21 Allr.a Bans ____.... y

",.911.11anr. ehns to of Blk 17 Livingston ,
100 '
1, ft\
hd E 74.40 Nsoajln. S Shi Smith 21.II BIle IS ex Co's
thence Foster W ,
1/' 20U 'I it 219 Town of Lawtey ..... 11.17 ; U A. O. Jenlliu ___ I."
| ,. $3.'17.61 chne to bear ------ 7rolE'A ___21 22 Ada Moore Bub Dlv __, _. .11NH a
: h of
: '
See *, *ll_1 68Beadedaece & 1''AI of NW'r&NEt. fly------ Town 1B of Blk 11 A all BHc7i. .
Lot 4Lot .12 '
''unt M, .' of BWV & W of Ry 28 22 :J. H, Moore ----- Llring.lon Truby
c 't'(1 I B9...$ ot SE'4 a SE'A of Lawt y 16 Townof & Co'. Hub Diy ____II 1 II A. O. J."kl" 1.61 '
di Nli I of Blk ,
1r-nlt..1: ".07..04t of SE'4400 A. 11.1.0 Lawtey W nf Ry 22 22 3. H. Moore ----- 11.45 W" of Bile 40. Liv- ,

I 19,54.ors b*..CnrO of ehna Sec 25&f Lots 1, 3.4of Blk 14.W 8B g'olftrb; Div Truby. .___i,21 a II Unknown & ......,., 3,19 a
der; r'ted: 19.13 SE run W on See line Town of Sty of Lawtey____U 22 3.: M. Reddish --..- 4.11 Lot 3 ot Blk n. Llv- ''I

Nldnw'e. P.1. 5 .0." 40 chna N.8 20 20 chn. Lo 1 of "Blk 14""f of "Ry 21 8 22 3- K. Reddish .- ..1. \Inq.t! Dlon v. _Trull._______Co'Iub __._II I II Damon Dell __ .... '' 1 1L4rln
; A' << E. to chna auee of Lawtey W '
r. 269.10hna A. Blk ft, 4 of Lot I of BIle 4'. J, I
b.-80 6 of
to Lots 1.
'1.25 tr y
s ; bee at a Pt .0 of chne Bee Town of Iwtey. W'T.: oro.... 11.19 Co' 8 etonblTrus7>> ._11 II W. 111. Tor04. .,,.,__ LtlCont1D1H4
IIPI. A Shk.ne1eg Cor .
Ltere.. W of NE of Ry oa p.je 1Ix)
ft. Town I
F..d is A run 8 151 _-y All Bile 19. of )lr.. C. A Saltb ,... I.'I' w'
W *$4 ft N li$* ft ".11 Lawtey W of 117 _*2 I M
.at ct40,117.86None to of tie. 708t..1&1 1IIItli -
: pt |9 411
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4r -' Miss Lipham Mr. Sanders 1 MolpusPerryFriends Peggy Forehand -}

I. here of Mr. and Mrs. At Weiner Henore) ,
Married in Plant City
11 Society and Club Items RecipesWhite Edward Lynell Molphus will be RoastComplimenting ThurSd

Miss Eloise Lipham, daughter interested in the following clip- !hrir!
of Mrs. Daisy Wainwright Lipham feggy Forehand t
I ping which accompanied a photograph
t Lennon-Tomlinson Unique ProgramAt Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining and the late Mr. Lipham, was round Cake of Mrs. Molphus taken' and Mrs T T, Albaag Long ,
$ married to William Morris San- I Mrs.' W. B. Sewell contributes a tamed with a Weiner
of the i
recent issue Times-
and Mrs. E. Lennon announce W. M. U. Honor Visitors MondayMr. from a roast ,
;, Mr. Baptist ders Sunday at the First Baptist recipe for White Pound Cake andIt day night of last
Union: week
( t'ih the engagement and ap- The regular program and busi- and Mrs. L. D. Vining were Church in Plant City after the certainly sounds good. She always home. at '

proaching marriage of their! ness meeting of the Baptist W. ,. hosts Monday night when they entertained morning service by the Rev. D. F. uses this recipe for her "Mrs. Edward Lynell Molpusof Peggy and her

daughter, Hazel, to Eldrldge G. M. U. was held at the Church the members of their Sebastian.A birthday cakes and we know Starke before her marriage weiners oh the frlena rot
Tomlinson son of Mr. and Mrs. J. devotional club in honor of Mrs. H. B. July 5, was Miss Elizabeth Pat- ''
c Monday afternoon. The bridge short' musical program was you'll be eager to try It Just as Long's outdoor W
W Tomlinson of Jacksonville. The Mrs.A. McLendon of Orlando, Mrs. C. S. ricia Perry of Gainesville where living
led president
was by given preceding the entrance of soon as you've read It. iantly colored T
couple will be married in the M. Darby the topic being, Lindsay of Winston Salem N. Coo the couple led by Mrs. Anna Wade 3-4 lb. butter. her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. in color with the zinnias bin
home of the bride-elect's parentson : reside. She is a graduateof Mexico
"The Greatest National Need. and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Beasley "Ah Sweet of Perry and Fiesta poi'
Mystery 1 lb. flour.
August 6. Gainesville High .School, and ware Were ,
The program was presented by of Goosccreek Texas. I Life," and Mrs. John Woodall Jr. 1 Ib. sugar. the mantlepiece and place
-- has been the Florida
Miss Fannie SilcoxEntertains Circle No. 1, Mrs. L. G. Powell Quantities of pink roses and Lakeland, who sang "I Love You 15 egg whites. employed by After supper the supper t
Forest Service
Gainesville 8\leRta
and both unique and crepe myrtle, reflecting a color pi
leader was Truly. 3 or 4 tablespoons of water. many novel games
Sunbeams Lake and Tallahassee. on the j
Interesting. A large book witha note of pink and green, were used City IaaT
s The bride at- Almond flavoring. Those
was becomingly
Miss Fanny Silcox leader of the representing each depart- In the living room dining room "Mr. Molpus was reared in Day- present to enjoy]
page tired in a frock of ashes of roses whites and beat in evening Wltb
Band, was Whip egg the hosts .
Gawaga Sunbeam ment of Home Missions, each pagea > and sun parlor in decorating for tona Beach where he graduated and
with accessories of blue, and oree were
rose :
r'' hostess Monday afternoon July different color was presented.As this lovely affair. sugar. from Mainland High School. He Marjorie and, ,Ida '
10 at the home of her parents', the speakers turned the pages After several progressions' of white. She wore a corsage of gardenias Cream butter with flour; combine later graduated from the Univer- Davis Freddie Wlmberly. ;

b ? Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Silcox, when they told what had been done in bridge Mrs. K. O. Duncan was with egg white mixture and sity of Georgia, where he com- Bishop Patsy Keen Olin W,

I she entertained members of the the department represented by awarded high prize for ladles a The couple left Immediately add one teaspoon almond flavoring pleted his course in forestry. He I Jr.,.Leonard Peek Bobby ft

organization at their regular that page. The speakers' were box of dusting powder. High I.after the ceremony for a two about one-eighth teaspoon salt. spent some time in Utah, doing and George Flynn Jr, Jot:

meeting.The members of the W. M. U. and the prize for men a double deck of weeks' wedding trip to North and Add water last and mix. Bake special forestry work for the gov- the guests> for supper were

rooms of the home were attractively Y. W. A. Music appropriate for cards was presented to W. B. South Carolina. slowly about one and one half or ernment, and has since' been em- and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mn

f decorated with Summer each department was played soft- Sewell The visitor's high prize Mrs. Sanders is the niece of two hours. ployed by the Florida Forest S. Lindsay Miss Evelyn Lied

flowers for this interesting meet- ly during the lecture. a box of powder was given to Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Service located at Lake City. His of Winston Salem jj, C.,

ing. received from of- Mrs. H. B. McLendon. A. E. Sr., and has many friends here Mrs. Sewell has a recipe for fraternities include Alpha Zeta, James Hollingsworth,
Reports were
t ', The regular program of "World ficers and committees and arrangements Beasley was also presented witha who will be interested to learn of cookies, which If you like the Phi Kappa Phi and Blue Key." .-

r Comrade" was carried out thee were made for the linen handkerchief as a guest her marriage. "chewey" type will Just suit you. Mr. and Mrs. Molpus have returned Half Price! Ivory pate| '

subject "Witnessing" for Jesus New River Association Rally prize. In the bingo games Mrs. From all reports they are some of from their wedding trip in formula" 100 for $1 (wwlo
C Among the Jews being used. A. E. Beasley won a box of dust- Baptist. M. S. Circles the best Included
which will be held here on August the North, where they visited the ), usually 59( for $II
'4 Each member present aided In the 11. ing powder and K. G. Duncanwon Have Social MeetingsCircle 3 whole eggs, well beaten. World's Fair in New York City Bradford County T"legJ'ap1l.
discussion of this topic.
It was, announced that Circle A deck'of cards. No. 1 of the Women'sMissionary 1 lb. brown sugar. and at present are occupying an .-------
Those present to enjoy the even- 1 1-2 flour. apartment at the home of .
interested No.: 2 will have charge-of the program Society of the Baptist cups Mrs.F. Remington portable type'1!
With' the hosts and honor ]
and church flowers for.Au-. Ing ; Church met Monday afternoon, 1 teaspoon baking powder. H. Long. at the Bradford County Teleps
,' guests were: Mr. and Mrs. O. L. 1 each of cloves cin-
After adjournment of the meet- gust Beasley Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan July 10, at 3:30: o'clock at the teaspoon and

ing tempting refreshments were The meeting was closed with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell home of Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., namon, allspice.
served by the hostess sentence.prayers. on East Call Street. 1 cup nut meats. I
Mr: and Mrs; Edward Burns Mr. '
Mix well and spread thinly on JULY CLEARANCE
____._ ___,,__ and -Airs. D, P. Carpenter Mrs. T. A. E. LIghtfoot led the floured and cook SALE
r..r greased pan
meeting using as her subject for
T. Long,, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L.
the about:: thirty minutes in a moder-
r Matthews C. A. Knight and M. and Bible study ATALEXANDER
} Prices Reduced At F. Brown., "Christ Living In Me." ate oven. Cool and out in

Mrs. L. G. Powell leader pre- squares. ,
sided over the business session.
Mrs. Dowling Conducts
& MARGUERITE'SDRESSES During the social period Mrs. Mrs. Andrews Entertains

Meeting: Church McClane served a tempting Ice Sunday School Class -

t Mrs. S. S. Dowling wds i in course to the twelve members (1- SILK DRESSESREGULAR
Mrs. W. L. Andrews, teacher of
t charge of the program for the present.
the Junior of the Christian
Woman's Society of Christian Circle No. 3, Mrs. H. L. Hough Class $2 QUALITY
All Size HATS Service of the Methodist Church leader met at the home of Mrs. Sunday School entertained mem-
Monday afternoon and under her E. L. Biggs with Mrs. O. J. Griffin bers of her class at a picnic Sat- I
; ::4 Ilrguhir I'rke Sale Price urday afternoon at Mrs. J. W.Morgan's 99cWith
ALL OF OUR BEAUTIFUL competent leadership the subject as co-hostess. r
$16.75 $10.00 "Beyond National Horizons' International Mrs. Hough selected the last cottage on Kingsley
-- -
12.98 SUMMER II ATS Friendships," was verse of the 23rd Psalm as her Lake.
____ __ __ 8.95 the purchase of at
made interesting and Instructive.Mrs. Bible scripture in lending the De- After enjoying swimming and one
10.95; .. 6.98
-- REDUCED TO LESS I, P. Shepherd reviewed votional. An interesting round other water sports the girls and the regular priceA
8.95 __.._ __ 5.00 -
charmingly the subject of "Widen table discussion followed the read- boys were invited to the porch

6.50 ---- _____ 3.98 THAN COST ing International Friendship at a ing of the scripture. where a bountiful picnic lunch Lot of Odds and EndLadies'

Church Service." Others assistingMrs. After adjournment of the business was spread on a long dining table. 1

COSTUME Dowling on the program meeting Mrs. Griffin and Those enjoying this outing were: SandalsSizes

were Miss Amelia Ray and Mrs. Mrs. Biggs served a refreshment Dorothy Johns, Evelyn Colson,

JEWELRY CHILDRENS W. E. Mlddleton. The meditation course of punch and cookies. Nine Carolyn Colson, Lois Thomas, 4 to Assorted! Colors

Formerly Priced up to period was conducted by Mrs. A. members and one visitor were Clarence Johns, Clavin Roberts

i $1.98 DRESSES Wood who gave her listeners present to enjoy the afternoon Francis Roberts, Margaret McKinney 49cONE

ItrguUir Price Sale Price much food for thought.The with the two hostesses. Marie McKinney, Robert I
On Sale I For
Circle No.4, Mrs. L. A. Can- Barksdale Delmo Thomas Clarice
$1.98 ___ $1.49 president, Mrs. W. E. Mid
98c 1.25 __-_-_-__:::: .89 dleton, conducted a short business ova, leader, met Monday eveningat Thomas Joyce Audrey Ann and LOT OF BETTER GRADE\
session and at this time reports six-thirty o'clock with Mrs. Edwin Prevatt Wesley Ronald I

:\ BATHING SUITS, PLAY CHILDRENS PLAY' were heard from the treasurer and Ralph Cox, who Is occupying the Andrews and Merrill Halbrook. I Worth Up To 98c

SUITS, SLACKS, SLACK SUITS the corresponding secretary. r Burn's cottage on Kingsley Lake Mrs. Andrews was assisted in I $1.95Ladies'

'' SUITS All Reduced Below CostMARGUERITE'S Circles will meet the 7th day of for the summer. entertaining her guests by Mrs. L. ,

All Reduced August. Circle Number One will I After enjoying swimming and, I W. Halbrook, Mis. A. J. Thomas, I
meet with Mrs. L. D. Green; circle a covered dish supper the regular r| Mrs. Edd Prevatt, and Mrs. Iva Si-En-Tiffick
Number Two with Mrs. F. H. meeting was held.Mrs.. Jerry : McKinney. I CURTAINS

SHOPPE Long. Moore led the Devotional, reading i ------. SHOES

I the 1st chapter of the Book of I Intermediates Have

...-.-.--.-.-.---.-----....-.-,--.-.-. Mrs Kendrick Hostess John Mrs. Moore was assistedby Swimming PartyThe Dutchess 49c
{ several members In discussingthe $3.95; and $1.95 values for
For Ladies Auxiliary I' Intermediates of the Meth-
chapter and in giving sentence
I Mrs. T. N. Kendrick was hostess prayers. odist Sunday School enjoyed a Puffed 55c, 98c
MARKETWE Tuesday afternoon, July 11, at Twelve members were presentat swimming party and picnic supper 1 II $2.95

3:30: o'clock when she entertained this circle meeting. Thursday afternoon at the Peek Assorted I'olors

MEET ANY ADVERTISED PRICEHall's : members of the Ladies' Auxiliary place on Kingsley Lake. I Whites and Some Colors

: at the rgular meeting. Her home Miss :Mary Elizabeth Barge I After swimming! and other :
I was effectively decorated with ar water sports' the young people CHILDREN'S MEN'S IHlESSSHOES
To Wed W. II. Schroder, Jr. ; I'
rangements of gladioli and zinnias spread their picnic supper on

GroceryFLOUR ,I for this meeting. I Friends here of Miss Mary tables placed on the large ver- SHOES

Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf led the Elizabeth Barge of Atlanta,, Ga.. anda. ,
Devotional which consisted of will be Interested In the following ',
I' Mrs. E. K. Perryman,
scripture song and prayer. She clipping taken from a recent All Leather
Frank Robinson Mrs. L..
24 lbs. Guaranteed 54c also gave an interesting review of issue of the Times-Uunlon: Smith and Mrs. R. J. Davis 1'oIrs.//
I "Southern Mountains." The betrothal of Miss Mary Eliza-
sisted in entertaining the >
BACON, Best Side, Pound 7c' ,Mr E. M. Davis had charge beth Barge and William Henry and a council meeting was g held I
lot the program using as her sub Schroder, Jr., both of AtlantaGa. f
at the
LARD Best Compound Pound 8'/ic' ject "China" The highlights of the .. has been announced by thebrideelect's church immediately follow-
__ ing the picnic. x.
story, "Miraculous Deliverance" parents, Mr. and
'i written by Mrs. Doris Story Mrs. Otis Alvin Barge The mare Those present to enjoy the aft-
j MEAL, 10 Pounds _ ___. 18c
given by Mrs. Davis. riage will be an interesting event :ernoon were: Shirley Colley, Fine For School $2.00 and $2.50 values

The business meeting was pre of the early Fall, the date and Marjorie and Ida Lulu Davis

GRITS, 10 Pounds .. ___ ____ __ __ _. 20c sided over by the president Mrs.O. plans to be announced later. Patsy Keene Elsie Green. Virginia -

E. Stansbury. Miss' Barge is the sister of Sewell, Garnito Hutto, 98c $1.98

:, ; Rice Blue Rose NO., 1 U. S. During the social hour Mrs. Otis Alvin Barge, 'Jr., and Miss Freddie Wlmberly Betty Jean _
Kendrick, assisted by Mr. C. F. Dorothy Belle Barge. Her mother :Wade. Nina Bishop, Arlene Dew

Ib. 3c POTATOESExtra Ward and Mrs B. C. Hozendorf was before her marriage Miss I Peggy Forehand of Albany, Ga., Men's and Boys' Summer All Sizes-Assortment of

: served tempting refreshments of Belle Bowden Kelly of Jacksonville Bobby Biggs, Buddy Davis, Billy Colors-Sport & P<0 10
Fancy 10 Pounds Ice cream and cake to the twelve daughter of the late Mrs. Lee, Leonard Smith, Mike Dew,

Ib. members and three visitors pres Marion Johns of Jacksonville and Joe Andrews Comer Perryman, SUITSSHIRTS
4c 20c ent. Starke and the late John Dexter Olin White. Jr., and James Ed-

c. STANDARD Kelly. Miss Barge with her ward Cottrell of Leesburg. All 25 98c
PEACHES Methodist Choir Enjoys mother visited her grandmotherhere percent off 49c, 59c, _

TOMATOES Big Can 5c I No.21.2Can 12VJc Covered Dish Shipper has many on numerous friends' here occasions who will and FLORIDA THEATREGAINESVILLE Regular. $1:25: valueMen's .MEN'S

F Members of the Methodist Choir. learn with Interest of her approaching FLA. HATS '
Mrs J. W. Kincaid, director, enjoyed .
PICKLES marriage. Program for the week TrousersSTRAW
G. NORTHERN beginning
a covered dish supper Wed' .

Sweet :Mixed, 24 oz. 12c Beans, Pound ____ ___ 4c nesday' night, July 12, at the KinB -'I Party Given Friday July 21, 1039La 95c
cottage on King ley Lake. White or Colored _
'j' .
t Times
MACARONI ONIONS For Miss Eloise LiphamMrs. Today
The summer home was attrac- Ann SherMan Dick Pow..U- Hats

2 Packages __ _____ 5c :3 Pounds '_ ______--_ __ lOc tively decorated with wall vases, N. S. Wainwright and Oale Pare in All Sizes Men's Felt
baskets' and bowls holding a Mra. Barney Harwell were host- "NAUGHTY HUT :NICE"I value
I $1.50
100 percent Pure SALT variety of zinnias and other Sum- I eases at a miscellaneous showerfor I 98c

Honey Boy Coffee : mer flowers Mills Eloise Lipham bride- Double SATURDAY Feature Program ONLY !8 f-

Pound 15c 1 1-2 Ib.I Pkg. 2 for _._ ;Sc After enjoying a swim In the elect Friday afternoon at the VICTOR McLAOLEN ,I ____
home of Mrs. Harwell In Plant In"KXCII.VMl1" I
lake\ the guests were Invited onto
Kitchen Matches English Peas the large dining porch where they City. : C. __ LUGGAGEEd
Package :Sc No. 2 Can _._ __ __ 5c i( were- served buffet style from a Those in the receiving line with JOHN HOWARD
beautifully appointed table. A loU, Lipham were her mother, In Hand Bags, Suit Casey fad

,'; SUGAR Pounds i, low bowl of flowers blending; In Mrs. Daisy Wainwright Lipham " 23c
___.____ __ color with the Mexican pottery' and the hostess. Mrs Terry Hen-j j.. any !style! you want or ne '

3 TALL MILK __ _.__.._ ___ _. 18c ;; "and Fiesta ware, centered the derson pinned novelty corsages on SUNDAY & MONDAY vacation.
table. each guest ns they arrived and :SOXJA: HEN1R TYRONE t"owt-n'

,. QUART MUSTARD _______ u. 8c i Members of the choir and their the bride's book was presided over In I F 98ctrr; <1J

la PEANUT BUTTER, Quart __ __ 20c I! husbands or wives are: Judge and by Mra. Lipham.A :SECOND FIDDLE1* i Sale t

.. BLACK \irn K K Perryman, Mr. and program. of with
EYED PEAS, Pound .. 4c piano I Itmly fuller .\ real, j/I
Mrs I). P. Carpenter. 1>lr. and and accord I an solos was enjoyed MAry Uf-aly opportunity "Cloa--an Sale" that will 0an.l
111'7.: CATSUP, Bottle .:... __ 9c .\lrs F: L. William*!. Mr. and i by the RUeats. A wagon. decorated Isle T.lhtot Bo ea">' ?? your budget-ftlnK o i i"will '
I Ir MII.:: R. J Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. I in puvk and wWtt.. loaded'': 3 r)>iiv Tu..... & Wd '_ > n.I' tit a tlmr uhP"t you most need co, i I

Wti-ren: Judge/ and Mm." A. Z.dktns. with gifts lpNIL. RARItr\t,1i. Shop
waa pulled Into the early while
.. .* -"-- I I Sill '.I i.unn wAhnwa'lcl; the selection In complot .
\ Mr. <
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__ MARKET SPECIALS to honoree. M* it t 8 our .,
I rewK, Mr nr.I Mr t, r cnnth. : Th,' |i.r1t end white colcn <...;'hemp') I t "0\: iionnouro: TI \If:" 'it.,,'.,..nl unit fenlrf to_pit*** you. J I i. r
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1 The Rev and Mrs. ;; B Price L. A Rennolds and -- ; : :
friends Mr.
r--Bit RARE '
of Local OLD COINS: by the
Interest I and children of Arcadia were and Mrs. George T. Goodwin of I Spaniard, were :1
guests TO liE RETURNED ordered forfeited to the Govern '
yesterday today of Columbia, S C., arrived here Sun-
I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee en day night for a visit with Mrs. Federal Judge Strum, in an These included diamonds

Anderson. Tr spent Sat- Misses Gayle and Virginia Sew- Miss Annie Lou Jackson and route to the Baptist World Alliance Rennoldx On Monday Mr. and ,order signed at Ocala Wednesday Jewelry and Spanish shawls. The

|n Jacksonville ell have returned after enjoying a Eddie Miller, of Jacksonville, to be held in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Rennnlda and their guests directed the U. S. Collector of Treasury the return Department of the coins consentedto
visit In Bartow I
with friends. were guests Sunday of Mr. and enjoyed a trip to Silver Springsand Customs to return 80 rare old Bunuel now faces
-:: and;;Miss; Marjorie Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Friends of Mrs. Mary Dover Gainesville. coins. and a Masonic ring to Fernando this country. He deportationfrom
Slump Monday in Oa i nesnd Kodak Finishing I' t JlooxerBroit. will regret to learn that she is Bunuel, convicted Spanish was excluded i
by an Immigration board
!pent! Studio. confined to her bed due I
Miss to in- smuggler.
Klllingsworth had Mrs. R. A. Thomas and daughter last March, but was allowed to
.--- as her guests last week-end Jury to her hip sustained in an accidental Miss Clydenelle Thomas have Other goods, alleged to have remain until he could defend libel 8
Knight andy Mrs. W. D. Dowty is spending Misses Alice fall last week. Her con- been I I
Into this
Mrs. 0 E Royster and Isabel returned from an extended vacation smuggled country suits to confiscate his property.
Knight spent Monday several months In Magnolia Bradley of Tallahassee.Mrs. dition is much Improved this spent In Hollywood, Lake
Springs, Ala., with relatives. week. :
Irvine Wales, and Orlando. While away SE KOV STUDIO THE PATH TO SLKNDKRNKSS: i
---- K. Bruce Norman and son Miss Thomas attended' the Bap- t
[ was the guest Mrs. F. L. Kelly of DeLand was Bruce and daughter, Catherine of Miss Elizabeth Williams and tist Assembly held the first of No Rigid Diet-No SirenUOIIH KerrliM

nce Sullivan, W S. Clark In the guest last week of her parents Jacksonville were guests Tuesday Miss Edna Hutto are now in Jacksonville June In DeLand.Mr. A Scientific\ Treatment' of Kxoww: Weight
Hrf Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. L. And- of Mrs. E. S. Matthews and for the next six Miss Ix>lnclln' Adams, Manager write For

[ |last Saturday. drews. months they will attend the Rude. buss Iris Royal, Aunt. Manager Detail.
and Mrs. W. S. Clark have :Suit 1705' .
Miss Lynch Bldg.HAROLD Jacksonville
Martha Brownlee of mar Beauty School of Florida,
pony) Lambe has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clark of Gainesville will upend this weekend where they have enrolled as returned to their home In Lawtey
homei after a week's vaca- Lawtey spent Thursday of last at Kingsley Lake as the students. after spending! some time with
1 Beach guestof their niece. Mrs. H. E. Mock. Mr.
Jacksonville week with' Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Griffis. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell.
Clark was confined in the hospitalat
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green of Savannah. Ga., for four weeks.
P Knight
W Mrs.
Ur Berry Crosby of Woodvllle
Wfl Sampson and formerly of Brooker -
n were recent guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kemper of has returned home after being and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bry- INSURANCEP

Gt A Anderson. New York City are guests of Mrs. called to Tampa because of the ant of Gainesville are visiting the Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.R. .

Kemper's mother, Mrs. Bertha 1 Illness of her son. Levy Crosby. World's Fair, Canada, Niagara L. Kemp will regret to learnof

L y B. Smith of Greenville Pearce. Falls, Chicago, and many other the death of his father, L, B. P-
LU the guest Saturday of I Dick Williams Hawthorne is points of Interest. Kemp, 71, of Bartow, Tuesday a
'i Mrs, W B Alexander.mtaWord. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and being employed by the DeWitt C. morning of last week. Funeral

son; Jimmy, of Tampa were week- Jones Funeral Home while Elmo Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Sat services were held the following
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Struth Is away at National Guard urday in Jacksonville with her Wednesday' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. C. WALL AGENCY

Beasley. i Camp. Kemp both attended the funeral I,
daughter. Mrs. Tolbert Black, of
nhil Mr. Please Phone 146
Kemp remained In Bar-
Macclenny, who ia confined to St.
Elizabeth Lawson Is spending I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox and Vincent's Hospital. Friends of tow until Friday. I
sometime in Lake Butler with her small Bon of Ft. Lauderdale are
Mrs. Black will be glad to know
fl:D TO BUY cows and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs C. H. guests this week of Mrs. E. S. : that she is recovering rapidly. ),fro and Mrs. A, J. Thomas and I
Market prices paid on alls Register.Mrs. Matthews
and Judge and Mrs. A. children, Mr and Mrs. Leonard F
D. ODOM box: 247, Z. Adkins.
Mrs. P. E. Canova, Mrs. R. G. Smith and children, Mrs. Frank
3311yr.pALE C. L. Wise and childrenare
|e, Fla.
Robinson, Miss Grace Dew, Miss
Kldd, Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn, Mrs. E.
visiting relatives in Thomas- Mr and Mrs. W. N. North have
Patsy Keeno Dr. and Mrs O. L.JIltyn'S .
E. Canova, and Mr. and Mrs. L.
Improved variety ville, Albany, Ga. and in returned
points after enjoying a two
Judge and Mrs. E. K.
.Rico sweet potato vines, A. Canova attended the funeralIn I
Alabama. I weeks'
vacation in
Jacksonville Wednesday of lit Ferryman, and Jimmy Peek, visit-
thousand. Missionaryberry '
) per Ashvllle, and other in
$2.50 points tle Billy Canova Simpson grandson ed the Boy Scouts at Camp Echo-
plants per "The Store" Est. 1894
North Dependable
Mrs. .James Godbold and son, of chotee near Orange Park Sunday
end, or by the'bed.-Leon I and Mrs. A. B. Cunova.
James, Jr., of Jacksonville, spent' July 9.Mrs..
tidlo, Box 254, Route 2, Wednesday here with Mrs. S. S. Mrs. W. K. Bullard and children I
Fla. 6-30-4t Dowllng. Bill and Ann, of Thomasvllle, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutchings Summer Styles und
Ga? are the guests of Mr and and daughter _Montle, and Bebe L. G Powell spent two SUITS I Weights: $7.50 '
ALE Improved variety up i
Morrison of Gainesville were days last' week In Jacksonville -
Mrs. John ,
Uglow and Mr and
Mrs. J. C. Akdins of Gaines- I I
unary strawberry plants Mrs C F. Ward. guests last week of Mr. Hutch-, attending the School of
ville Is the guest of her brother-
I per thousand. Cheaper by ,!Ings' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.i Designing sponsored by the Floral -
in-law and sister, Judge and( Mrs. '
5-19 ''F'
M. R Judd 26tp Hutchings, en route to their home Supply Company Dorothy
I A. Z. Adkins. I Mrs, J. D. Cottrell has returned I DRESS PANTS 89c 10$5.95
IALE- 800-watt/ Delco plant, to her home in Leesburg after after enjoying a vacation In Daniel of Grace Distinctive Flowers

j automatic Same as new. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. (Gus) Beas- I enjoying u visit here with her I Georgia. Jacksonville; Kelly Llsh, of las

(.nrgain Also 250 head ley and son, Earl, of Gooseneck brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and Nashville. Tenn.; and D. L. Whiteof
Miss Mignon Sisson of Raleigh, DeLund, prominent floral art Su'lrr' Straws
Mrs. W. B. Sewell.O. .
Leghorn pullets, starting Texas of Mr. and Mrs.
Iv i are guests N. C., arrived last week fora ists were the designers for the HATS I. Soft$1a00
Pine Breeze strain. In- O. L. Beasley. StrawH, up
visit with her mother Mrs. R. school. )
| at Carradlne & Peel Store, P. Hutto of Jacksonville i
A. Weeks, and Mr. ,Weeks of W
|ey, 7-14 3tp T, N. Kendrick spent Sunday In spent the week-end here with his
Brooker. Air. and Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. M C. Stlth and sons of
I VLB-\ 1931 1 1-2 ton Chev- Jacksonville visiting his daughter, parents, Mr. and Mrs. L S. Hut- Miss Sisaon are enjoying a stayat Washington D. C., will arrive S it | R rp S Colors l.OO $1.95 /
truck, one White 3-ton I Mrs. Tolbert Black. in St. Vincent's to.Seaboard O P.Railroad.Is a carpenter with the I the Biggs' cottage on Kings- Monday for a two weeks' visit H 1 11'hiles $ tO

Bodies good, perfect Hospital.K. ley Lake. with Mrs. Stlth'a parents Mr. and
Mrs. H. L Ilrownlee. The Rev. 1,
unlcally Easily converted
I G. Duncan and N. D. Wain- Mrs, Lillie Lewis has returnedto Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns and Mr. Stith who Is attending the New\ Pliilii And
farm tractors. Sam And-
i at Temple Garage. wright, Jr., attended the Ameri- Joying her a home visit in here Apopka with after her son en- two nieces, Margaret and Georgia Baptist World i Alliance In At- TIESll I HtrtM'| '. 49 1 to $1,00

7 I 14-21-28 can Legion convention in Sanford Gilpin, have returned to their lanta, Ga., will arrive the latter I
and daughter-in-law, Mr and
last week-end. Mrs. James Lewis. I I home here after enjoying a part of next week to spend the
EST- Very attractive un- month's vacation in Alabama, 'remainder of his vacation here. '
l-hed bungalow, close in, Miss Willa V. Lewis of Arusel- I Missouri, and Arkansas. They While here Mr and Mrs Brown- longAnklets, Cottons:
IJible,) August 1. See Mrs. la Fla., is ,the guest this week of M F Brown, A. II. Green, W. I were accompanied home by Glen lee and their guests will occupy SOCKS and Woolens! CHIT up
$. Sibley. and Co!. D. E. Knight
Nollman this week. ltp her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. Gilpin, who will spend some time the Darby cottage on Klngsley
attended of the Cattle-
and Mrs. D. G. Kelly. I a meeting with them. Lake. I
ED You to watch the tur- men's Association held at theI i I

roI1 Sistrunk's. Itto H. H. Stroman spent the past I State Farm lust Saturday. -

with his ,I --
ED week In Jacksonville N.
buy two or three
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Take jour Kodak Films to beflnNlitvl

II(i building suitable, in location down townn for Mrs. James Godbold. to KOOMT ItroH, Studio

l..uV Please E Thornton see. Mallory, or E. :Mrs. W. L. Andrews, guardian I Mrs. Harry S. Darby, of Lake THE HIGH $

;Tin of the Woodman Circle, invites I I City, was here the first of the _
Itp every member of the circle to be week visiting Mrs. 1'. M. Barefoot -

OUR Electro-lux home present at a social party at the I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.

or from a local man. Joe next meeting, which begins at
Wright' local agent. Phone 8:30: o'clock. Officers will act as Mrs. A. J, Griffis and Mrs. J. r

>t demonstration. ltp hostesses at this time. K. Sullivan have returned after SELL YOURTOBACCO fA
spending several days in Jacksonville -
; with Mr. Griffls who is con- ; vr

NAT SEZ: fined to Riverside Hospital a i

The time has come! when Nat &;
R I Mrs! W. J Epperson, Jr., and
Co. hate got to clean hoiwc. You j daughter, Mary Sue, spent a few
base Spring cleaningand I
housekeepers days this week In Jacksonville as
we hare Sunutu-r cleaning. I t guests of Mrs. Epperson's parents,

don't mean that we are going to. I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richarde.
w do any dusting that would be ltI kInK -- P.lK\\\\
these hot day
r1 too Miss Selma Thornton was the
What we are going to do l I.. turn
recent guest In Lake Butler of IN
loose some summer merchandise Miss Mildred McCall. Sunday, _
before we get too attached to It. July 9, Miss Thornton and \CWlss ,
Now l.. the time to got that extra McCall visited Silver Springs.
pair of shoes you'\e been wanting rn

IM> bud, but hated to pay the regu- Mrs. Peter Raulerson and two e y 4

lar price. We'll take a lows and children, Spence and June Dell, LAKE CITY .

like It. of Waycross, Ga. were guests'

Monday of Dr. and Mrs. W. E.

[men's $2 and $2.45 Summer Shoes On Sale $1.69 Middleton en route to Lee burg. ) ij

[ai! n's $3 and On Sale $1.99 --
; $3.45 Summer Shoes Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownleeand

's $5 Sport Oxfords: Our Sale Price ____ $3.88 daughter, Madge, returnedlast "THE FRIENDLY MARKET"c '

's $4 Sport Oxfords Our Sale Price ___ $2.98 week from a trip to New h

"'. $3 $2.49 Orleans, La., where they visited
Sport Oxfords Our Sale Price __ Mr. and Mrs Hugh Brownlee, Jr. i

Straw Hat In The House Your Choice ___ $1.00

Friends of A. J. Griffls, who
was injured in an automobile accident Huge New Cool Warehouses ;

Our Semi Annual Sale of I recently, will be glad to

that he la Improving at

Riverside Hospital Jacksonville. Saunders & Warehouse Claude B. rickland's Warehouse
Manhattan Shirts & Pajamas Yancey ---

Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Andrewsand

Regular Price is $2.00 Mrs. son L. W.Ronnie Halbrook, \land, and daughter son,, Fanners Independent Warehouse

' Merrill, are spending this week at
tON SALE JULY 19TH TO 29TH AT the Klckliter cottage on Kingsley

Lake. t
---_ All Major Buying Companies Represented '" '

$1.55 Mrs Ralph Darhour and son, V.. ,*
L Donald, and daughter., Mrs. Lung, 1 1 on the Lake City Market '". ',

Howell, and two children of Jacksonville -, 1,."
are spending some time ;,.(f I',
p r genuine Feather Ticking On Sale .20 at Klngnley Lake, at the Barbour .

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spent the day .
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POLITICS SLOW Derr/p41oa .... T R =

II \ I State News In BriefTRUCKS A Owner ?.
Farmers' Section TO WARM UP Lots 11. 8, 10, 11. tll, 13. ;
l' 15, 16, 17, I S. 19, _
20. JI, 22 of Blk 7. "
Political candidates in Florida City Park F.ub-Dlv ".

don't seem so anxious this year to IN LEAD PARACHUTE: FAILS 'V a: C. Addition to
Starke ________ ___8B 8
get their hats into the ring far in Jacksonville. recent check of :Miami, Carter Burnett, 43- U W n. Witt.,
7flratl/ Jb ttJ! EYI RURAL Lotll I, 2. .. a of BIle I, n ._____.
advance of balloting daynextMay. this seasons crop movements indicates year-old motorboat salesman was City Park flub Dlv

lIouaMold !JI COMMON SENSE that trucks carried more killed instantly when his small W ell: C'. AdditIon to
Starke _____________11 :U
The primaries are only about vegetables than did the railroad plane equipped with pontoons Blk 3 Oaaklna Add __III 6 U 4 'W Unknownon n _

RELIEF FROM HEAT BySPUDS.JOUNSONFLORIDA 10 months away but not one can- and steamship lines combined. crashed Into Biacayne bay on a Com at NW Cor of .'.''____'_'

didate has made formal announce- 1" practice flight. Burnett was SW'.4 of NE'4 ell: run

:Miss Ruby McDavid, State FARMERS NOW ment of Intention to seek a state ANOTHER RADIO STATION aloft on a practice flight He had S210ft.B75 210 ft, W 71S ft to ft.pt N

Home Demonstration Department KEEP WELL, INFORMED wide office.In Ocala, A new radio station, been seeking to qualify for a pilots -' of belf-3% A _____21 0 U 4 3. M. Wekh

specialist, calls attention to the Farmers are not hicks and hay other elections, candidates WTMC, began operation here last license. Burnett sought to' NEK of 8Ey. of NE'4 21 8 22 10 Henry Grlttie .--__"

following timely information from seeds any more. The old stage have put their names forward as week. It operates on 100 watts Jump when his plane went into a W Lots lOll ft 4 of 6. 8 Lot on I 8.&aide all -'_'_'_.

a bulletin Issued by the Association characterization, which never was much as a year and a half in ad- and is owned and operated by spin at about 3.000 feet He fell of NEI of NE% ___.29 8 12 II Corky

of American Soap and Glycerine too appropriate, Is fading vance. John T. Alsop, former mayor of clear of the wreckage and still E'4 of NE'.4 of NE' ex8wt Johne "_'"
any I Of there are about a fAN of fly _____11 S U 11
Producers course, Jacksonville when W.
from the scene. A man who has wore an unopened parachute H. NO"/rel/
] .. _
During warm weather some peo- to know soils, chemistry horti- dozen persons traveling aroundthe --4> fishermen picked up the body. ot- 4Y E&: 4E14 ofNE '__

ple raise the question, "How often pathology state making: speeches when- MONEY FOR AIR PROJECT % ex 10 A on S
culture, agronomy, plant aide _______________11 9 !
bath ? under the opportunity presents itself 64
js It safe to take a entomology, and a hundred ever Jacksonville, A war depart- CONE NOT WORRIED B. C. Holti.raorf
Com at a pt 205 ft B ....
the persistent onslaught of the or so other things to be able to Apparently they are in the ment appropriation;. bill passed by Tallahassee, Returning from of NW Cor of W% of

nun, when bodies are bathed In wrest biB living from the soil is race but they answer questionswith congress last week provides for the Conference of Governors anda NWK of SEK" run ,_

perspiration and nerves are Jangling pretty well educated, knows more a sort of non-committal "I the expenditure of $11,168,000 in visit to the Florida National E 160 180 ft,ft N.8 260 250 ft ft, W to

It becomes a temptation to in most cases than those who may be in the campaign." Florida for two army air projects Exhibit at the New York World's bee ________________32 82 1 Fred

stand under the shower or lie In: would disparage him. The spotlight of interest will : 13,168,000 for an air baser Fair. Governor Fred P. Cone, apparently 24AinNECorof8>% Albert Jr -.....

tub several times a day. .. focus, as usual, on the races fo and $8,000,000 for an army air in the best of health and of SEK of SW'i ._U 8 U .1 Va.co Mitchell)
release from _
recent Com .
And now a 460 ft N from SW '-"
Doctors assure us that we may the National Fertilizer Association governor and for United States depot. Several communities are spirits, stated that be saw no occasion Cor of NWK of 8E%

safely seek the refreshment of a tells us that senator. Next year is the big elec- offering; sites for the projects. for a special session of the A run E 190 ft for apt

bath as often as we feel that it in Washington tion year when all offices, state and said of beg. thence run
: "Despite
notion that American farm- Legislature E70 ft, 8 210 ft, W
will add to our comfort. To suffer any and county, except some judicial CUTTING OFF ALIENS propaganda to the contrary, Flor- 210 ft, thence N about -
fell Into unprogressive rut
from heat when respite can be ers an offices and one United States sen- 16 ft to road,
ida will meet Its debts
during the depression may as well Jacksonville, In accordancewith legitimate thence alongE aid
obtained from a bath or shower Is be Interviews with 32- atorship. are to be filled an amendment to the state and there will be no need of an of road to pt of been 6 22 Bell Hee

folly. To get the maximum: relief, dispelled. Registration books soon will be Lot 1 of Blk C, Lincoln -.... ,,
however, doctors advise that the 000 farmers In 35 states disclosedthe opened In district of various welfare act of the recent session extra" session to raise more rev- City -________12 t 22 Unknown

A fact that farmers are more of the legislature, which requires enue. Questioning a statement Lots 8, 7 of Blk S Lincoln "'-'

bath water be slightly warm. I to learn and to use the counties. Observers look for that recipients of old age assistance recently Issued by the State City __________12 8 2> Wm
eager McLeod
cold shower may seem gratifyingat about 700,000 registrations. They Lot S of Blk Lincoln --____
the moment, but the body latest scientific farming methods there will be about 600,000 must be citizens of the United Comptroller regarding the state'sinability City --_____________.S] 8 12 :Ella:
than they were in the boom days say States, the state welfare board to meet its obligations. Lot 2,1 BJk T Williams ---.___.
quickly sets us reactions that rush Democrats and the others Repub- Lincoln Cllr ______12 6 23
has the removal from the Cone said: "We can if we econo- Rbetta Cumml"
the blood to the surface and count of 1928. licans. Lot 1 of Blk 8 Lincoln .. ....
rolls of all known aliens. mize In all departments, schools. City 12 g _j
eract the momentary coolness. A Those making the survey found In the 1938 off-year election Comatapt105ft-8 Ed J. Johnson '--...
Included and I aim to see that we
warmish bath, on the other hand that this year more than 53 per- there were 593.048 registered dem- of Nw Cor of NWU
NEW NATIONAL PARK do economize. Don't worry,, of NWK run 8 m
aftermath cent of the farmers attended
produces a cooling ocratic and 35,397 registered re- St. Augustine-A bill to Florida will come out all right," ft, E 625 ft, N 665 ft,
which lasts longer. meetings or demonstrations held publicans but a president of the pro- W 1125 ft to pt of beg 11 8 U M.... Annie
vide for the of he concluded. S E Pettit.
creation a St. Au- V of NW% of NWK
diminished water supplyor by their county agents; more than
When a I United States Is to be elected next Also hegr at 8 line
gustine National Historical Parkin
lack of a bath tub makes a full 28 percent visited their state ex- year so registrations will increase. 60 ft W of Ry A run
very satisfactory station's farms and fields Florida was proposed by Sena- GOVERNORS TO ATTENDThe S 16 degree W 280
bath Impossible, a periment The term of United States Sen-
ft, thence W
tors Andrews and The chief executives of Alabamaand 15 degrees -
way of cooling off is to bathe for up-to-date pointers on farm- ator C. O. Andrews of Orlando Pepper. N to W line of .
involved park would be located on Anastasia Florida have indicated their Sec S3, thence N to
the face and neck frequently. Awash Ing. This latter often will expire when the new con-
Island between Ft. Marion plans for coming to Jacksonville NW Cor of SWK of .
cloth wrung loosely in a driving a considerable distance. gress organizes early In 1942. NW%. thence E to

basin of luke-warm soapy water The same survey shows that Andrews will be a candidate for National Monument and Ft. Man- for the observance of Governor'sDay bee --------______J3 B 21 25 The American Trust ij
tanzas National Monument and next Sunday at Camp J. Clifford All SEK of SEK E of Co 1
and applied gently without friction Florida farmers are "on their re-election, his supporters say, but road ___a*
------ ---- 6 U 20 Mike
carries an appropriation of $2- R. Foster in connection with All Dew ______
Rinse SEK of
this SEW
will serve purpose. toes" and more than keeping pace he has not made a formal an- cf
and neck with clear 000,000 for the project. the two weeks' Summer training road o---------------83 8 S3 20 Joe Noegrel
the face with the news of a swiftly mov- nouncement. Lot 2 _..
of the Brigade -
water after the soapy application.Areas ing world, since 83 percent of Other offices to be filled Included Johns Sub Div of
of the body which pers- AMBULANCE CRASHES CAR it was announced Sunday by NEK\ Of NEK -_____33 8 22 1 M.... Fannie
them subscribe to dally news- : governor, attorney general 5 A sq In SB Cor of Stewart.

pire most freely require specialcare papers. Farmers recognize the secretary of state, comptroller, St. Petersburg,.Speeding to a Brig.-Gen. John C. Persons, com NE%offNW'e _____84 R 22 8 D. D. Woodaril ____..
In the not for hospital with a dying patient, an manding officer of the outfit, up- AW1,4 __35 8 82 40
summer only fact that their business is not an state treasurer, commissioner of EV of ---- Bertha McWaln _. ___
the sake of personal comfort but ambulance crashed into a private on his arrival here from Birmingham S 270 SWK of 8W% 35 8 22 20 E. E. Lee ___,.
Isolated one, that world affairs as agriculture superintendent o f ft of NW% of

also to avoid odors that become well as state and national events public instruction, two supreme automobile at a downtown inter- to supervise the activities of 1 NW's tract 1050------________18 8 2J 9 N. M. Bradley _u__
his Gov. Frank Dixon and N a S
section here. No one was injured men.
more evident to others than to affect their prices. A large per- court justices, one railroad com- by 210 tt E a W In
but the ambulance delayed his staff from Montgomery and NE _
ourselves.A was Cor n' Nwy4 1
centage of farmers subscribe also mission post and all county off ic-
NW : :: ::: :
lukewarm foot bath Is another for several minutes. On its Gov. Fred P. Cone plan to be at e 22 5 Cal Ollsson _
to weekly newspapers and farm WY. of -
era.Races arrival at the hospital Edward Camp Foster next Sunday after- wi-----------i
helpful aid to summer comfort. ,
journals.The for such county offices NW of 22 10 Mrs Sarah Hull __.
Feet that swell because of the Ware, 59, prominent merchantwho noon to review the troops from % NE%, I... II .A.
National Fertilizer Associa- as sheriff usually bring about record In NE Cor ______ 8 '
-- 7 22 11I T. J. Alderman _
heat and the confines of snug tion says, "The increase In desire. registration of voters. bad suffered a heart attackat Alabama and Florida, prior to N 211 A of NW'4. of -

shoes will be greatly eased by for better farming Is credited to I his home a few minutes earlier, their departure Monday morningfor N4 AWex of BKU 8A of E of road__ 1 7 22 22 Willie King .. 1 ij

soaking them In a basin of sudsy a general awakening to the fact STATE BEGINS was pronounced dead.FLORIDA the Keystone Heights area NU of NEW ___SW14 h_____ 3 4 7 7 22 22 U 20 Mr.Mrs.. A Cornelia A Williamson D Orlffli
water that is neither too hot nor where they will engage In a four- N of NEtf of NE% of
that better divi-
farming pays NEH ex W 1 A _h_ II 7 22 4 T. J. Alderman .
too cold. When the feet are relaxed dends in higher yields and quality NEW YEAR APPLES day maneuver. Bear 210 ft E of NW -
' Plant City,-The Ralph Ward Cor of NWM of
and cool, the entire body LIQUOR -NEVt
The farmers'
products. recognition TAX run H 210 ft E
' takes on a more comfortable feel- of this Is in a large measure Tallahassee, Florida openednew family, residing about four miles ft. N 210 ft. ,w 420 420

tag. due to newspapers, magazines and financial ledgers during July west of Plant City has apples Washington,-Florida had a $4- 5 A ft to bee _-_______ II 7' 23 2 Susie Mill.AE4 .,' -
33.689 share of the $317,783.828 In 8E Corof
Keeping the body refreshed -and the first entry was made in handy whenever they wish to o' NW
other reliable sources of farm Information which the Commerce % ex 1 A In
through frequent baths should be both: and red ink. make apple pies or other apple Department IiHmc''p' 8180' 4 A 470
public priv- dainties and reported was the total net 'revenueof W by 87B ft
their aren't'
accompanied by changes of clothIng Comptroller Lee said that preli- apples
ate. During the past 10 years State and local NaSNofaad-: : .
particularly] underwear. In minary figures indicated a size- the "store bought" ones either. i :mining S A described
some families it Is customary to more agencies have ever dramatized before, these and able deficit for the fiscal year. Ac- Mr. Ward said the tree is seven I last year from alcoholic beverages. 8 A above In I'IE_Cor-__oL_____ II 7 22..j,8 Marshall Jack, n _..
State license fees NE'4
limit the summer wardrobe of presented the value of tual totals will not be known until years old and started bearing brought in of NW'4 being f84- .

underwear entirely to porous knit improved last minute bills are tabulated. after the second year. He pickedthe $373,167 and State ABC taxes $3- 8-4 ft Fl a W by 11110 '

cottons which farming practices. The Extension books will be first apples of the season off 664,049 making the State's gross Lot tt N &: R __________ Ii 7 22 8 Marshall Ja. Rum, _.. .
require no Ironing. Service has more than kept The 1939 fiscal year If 0" NW% of 8E &

and met the Increased demands pace kept open until about July 15. I his tree about six; weeks ago, he receipts 3937216.and collection ABC administrative costs-i' WII"of NE'4 of NW--%-_oTNB4 7 7 22 10 _Oscar Oat..r-

said State received and said. _
Lee the ex 3 A on N end
upon it. disbursedfor all accountsabout amounted to $178,527, leaving net Ry -------h. _ex._ 8 7 22 II Mary John "
ABC revenue of $3,758,689. Local NEt4 of NE'4 NW
They are easy to wash and require $60,000,000 during the year, nOUN WITH TOOTH of SE'4 a BE'4 of%

no special handling In laun- approximately the same as for the West Palm Beach-A tiny baby ABC revenues amounted to $675- SE% -- 10 7 22 120 Li. B. Alexander _, I IAWl4

dering. Whatever fabric is used, preceding year. girl caused hospital attendantshere 000. New York's $43,402,645 was 8y4 of of NE1,4 RE1 of 8Ea U 7 22 20 L. B. Alexandra,

It Is wise not to delay too long State officials generally have to "Oh" and "Ah" when she the largest total revenue, Nevada's N'4(, of NE' aR ------u NE% of 7 22 40 1. B. Alexander u_._

-' between the wearing and washing, forecast a deficit during the next was born with a tooth. Doctors $376,006 the smallest. Sales inState 8'EafSW\ y4

aid It happened in perhaps one I stores ranged from a total SW'of\ ------------ 7 22 360 L. B. Alexandi' I
because perspiration tends to destroy fiscal year, despite the veto of : NE-- AW%

cA4 the fibers. many big appropriations by Gov- case in a thousand. But to makeit of $1.571,025 In Vermont to $72- I'EVo of BE\4 of \ of NW'411 7 22 SO L.BAlexand'r -
NF.\4\ a
? The drink really Interesting, she set at- 632,153 In Pennsylvania. nr N W%
Dedtime comfort Is particularly ernor Cone. Fred C. Elliott, sec- NNW _11 .4 22 80 L. B. Alexander

desirable In summer so that sleep retary of the State Budget'Com- taches back on their heels whenit :INOTITK FOR APPLICATION I'I'N'1t{ ot \ of-SWti It 7 22 20 Unknown .
i that discovered less three NE\4\ of 8W\4\ __tt 7 22 20 L. B. Alexander -
t will be restful and undisturbed.An mission, reported prospective gen- was FOIl TAX LIKED NI --------------____14 7 820 L. B. AlexamhFoster : 1EL4 I'
weeks later she had another toothright 4 eenae Illll No. 1(1.1) f'lE\4' \; .& Ell, of 22 1 r
'everybodyknows aid to this may often be a eral revenue receipts during the NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN, of NE%, &AwrsrZ414 7 22 240 $hl Smith

leisurely bath before retiring, next fiscal year at $7,300,000 alongside the first. Hos- That Oeo. F:. Turner holder of Tax of NE'4 _______ ___111 7 120 L. Bt Alexander I
the moisture with estimated of pital officials said the second Certificate No. 1085, Issued the 7th SF'of NEVI of 22
clean AE.15
I(4iI blotting a against expenses day of August A. D. 1933, has filed 7 22 20Ben Hall ,.
towel. Friction caused by rub- 12000000. tooth was as unusual as the first, name. In my office and had made ap- W% of 8W4\ -a---NE--:}:15 7 22 40 Inea Ivey Pollard

: bing may nullify the cooling effect Comptroller Lee told employes or more so.MUNICIPAL. plication thereon.for a tax deed to be Issued SW4 o! SE'4 of -------- ___18 7 22 120 Unknown I'

5et of the bath. Sheets and pillow of his office that their salaries Said certificate embraces the fol All S'4 S14 01 NW'4----;: -offly 17 7 22 40 Jnei Ivey Pollard I ---

TAX ILLEGAL lowing" described property In the SW%, ...
cases should be crisp and probably would be reduced duringthe County of Bradford State of Florida I'IW\4\ S of
clean and night clothes should be Summer. He has not put any Key West,-Berwick Andersonof towlt ex2AinSECor G. &: F

COCA-COLA BOT. CO. porous, loose, and 'changed often. reductions into effect. Jacksonville, secretary of the of Lot Stark 2 of In Blk NE%27,of Original SWVi Section Town a: NE%, of 8W'4 of
The soothing effects of being Florida Petroleum Industries Com- :2*. Township 8 South, Range 23 EI(, of! a.--1-A---tot---In------19 7 22 10 Bolen Johns

,' WE ARE clean all over are so gratifyingand FARMS BEING CHECKED mittee, informed city officials a Kant.The asHessment of the Bald Cor of S5' of SE'4 SW

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS do so much to keep tempers FOR PERFORMANCE IN gasoline tax ordinance already erty under the Raid certificate prop- Lots of BE'4 8. 4 of Blk __19 7 22 W. H. Griffin

sweet and nerves calm that the CONSERVATION WORK passed on first reading is illegal known.iBHued was In the name of un N'o(, of NE V4 a. 8Wy 14 of__19 7 22 Mrs. F. P. Croft

"trouble" of cleansing is sheer Gainesville -=: and cannot be enforced. The city Unless said certificate shall be NE'4 of "X road a 8y"
1 CARPENTER'SThe Nearly half of had redeemed according to law NE4! of NW'/4 ex
tax of the
Joy. planned adopting a one 2 A In ti
the 44,410 Florida farms whose property described therein alllthe 8'" of 'IE Cor -,40 7 j] 13S Ines Ivey Follarr)
Retail Store cent a gallon to provide funds for old to the hlghe-t bidder N' NW'4 of SWir'IIO 7 22 20 F. C. Geiger
ek.ekaMALARIA operators are participating in the matching Federal WPA allot- court house door on the first Mon- ] ot SEy4N'4ofCNW'ex 2 A In

agricultural conservation program day In the month of September. 19- --------20 7 U 78 Unknown I
666 ments. It must pass two additional 89. which III the 4th", day of Sep. ex 12 AAWln
have been checked for SE I
PLUMBINGPrompt performance Cm'
tember, 1989.
readings before --- 21 M Ines Pollard --
lm '.'. and relieve becominglaw. \ 01 -? 7 II Ivey
Service at says M. G. Clayton, state Dated this 18th day of July 1939 E'4 of NW'4 -------'ri 7 II 40 Unknown ---
Lt..... Taa1Ns COLDS AAA administrative A sales tax also was pro- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma NWW of $W'L1 T II' 20 H. T. Corbin
Reasonable Prices ..1... officer, who posed. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 8Nw.. of NEx -- 7 40 J. C. Lae ,-'
Let Me Estimate Your Job N... Drp .7.tO". .....t <.T adds that checking on the others County. Florida. 7-21 Bt 8-18 BW'" '01 .. Ely ot12 U -

C. M. RITCH Try "Kub-My-Tism" a Wonderful should be completed not later than (Continued from page three) a 81.4 ot&: REI&wI.; of of $R""t E, ;*!

Liniment early August. dI: s'K of ihV--ot

8W" ___________ I.
Farmers In 65 of the state's 67 Taxes N 7 140 Unknown -
1).lp.,.. See. T R A Owoee. % of NE\4\ g. SE'4 of13
INSURE WITH counties are participating in the a Co.l. ofNWV4aNE y. of
Lote to, 11 ot Blk AE'4 i
------ ___
program, Clayton says. The only --- II Unknown
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT Truby a NW\-4 ot NN ----___ 7 U 40 W. G. SealaNW'4
counties where no farms are listed Co'. Addition to \ 01 ex II A

are Monroe and Franklin. Per- Starke 1ofAlkCN.J.Jon. 28 / 28! Mrs. .Julia Eastman 11.78 N In WNE Cor .. % A In _
Lot .
C Van
formance checks will determine .. Add to St.rke 28 8 22 Unknown: ______ 8,47 SI NW\-4 44 \of 01 SE% ---._--.29 7 7 U U fa :31. C. Sweene. U
which farmers Lot ft 01 Elk i T..mplea BIle 4 In
are eligible for lump
benefit payments and other grants Lot Addition I of Blk to 11 Rtarke, Tem.21 8 22 Carl Johns ________ 2.12 Lore 7,--a,- 9-30 of -Bik---30 7 U Marlon GnanT'ton

from the federal government plea Addition to 80 In Blant..onll Add _)
10 W. E. Daught
_29 0 22 Bikes, 4, II In 7 12
Lotto Unknown ___ ___ Wrlehta
through the Agricultural Adjustment II of Bik 1Tsti- y 5,10pI Add -- I;
BOREE FUNERAL HOME Administration, and the S U Addition toRtarke t Lot 5714---ft---aQ---In---BEAddCer -_10 7 22 I Foster 8bl Smith

___.21 5 22 C. A. Futch __ of Blk 9 Wrlellt"
amounts of these payments.The Lot Rlk 4,43
.I ? Full line of Caskets A Undertaker Supplies grants are earned through plea 3 of Addition 1Tem 1 0Starke I E'-2 of-8Ey of-- --___8O q !2 C.eP.IP arslonmret
', 8W'4 20
1 OAT AND NIGHT diverting acreages from soil-de- Lota I, T, 4 at BIk C 28 6 2S t. O. Prn'att _______ 8.77 Ff of SE\4\ of 8W1._ _

ftS PIIONK 83 pleting to soil-building crops, construction -',i Risings AddItion to NE5E4 fiE BE---a--N--%'of 10 7 U 11 C P. Pearson

; a. H. BENNETT Mjrr. of terraces planting of Lota St.rke A, B.------------9 C of Blk t. 22 Dr P. A. B..lnaon ____ 11,12 8EL4 of of NE'4 a 4--A---_80 T II .80 Jotra, Ida D. Maxwell -

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" forest trees, and slmlliar activity. Wynns Addition to E side of on
Stark ____________23 1 IS i 3Wy4 ot
Boyd 1IamB'
Clayton points out that farmers Lot S of Rlk 24. J. M.John. Holloway _____ 11.41 8EL. ot'Nwl4 -..-.------21 7 U 44 Jot... Ma..leNE'4

j who have not yet earned all of the Add to Starka 21 II C. F. Hoover ____ I 01 SW'.4 a EL4 NE of%
Lota I. i, a. 7. I of Blkt. 1.10 NWv of 8W
for which K ..
they are eli- 8w N
City Park Sub DIY of % of
.. gible may still do so by planting W a C'. Addition N% of SE SW14 .ti
SPECIAL 'N. crotalaria and other i to I'Itarlce' __________U II W. B. Watson __ NK of SE", N of SW'4 n 7 It 140 Foster Shl Smith
legumes _
summer 4,75 --85 10 Knight
I Lota ,. 1. II, 14. II, 141. of NEt,( 7 II D. E.
establishing and fertilizing 13 20 S", af ----"'-31 7 U 40 D. E. Knight(
n: 24: \ ci llkJ: ,_ SW1,4 of SW'4 of 8E% __88 7 U 10 Robe. E. tArrSW1,4 '
l YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c permanent pastures, planting win- City Park Sub DIY W 8+4of BEl4 SW'4 -- -----25 1 U 40 Leigh M. pesresPa
ter legumes, setting forest trees, a c'. Addition to .t -._ ,. "p.' I4'4ofNW SW% A
Starke _________ Lot \ ----__ 200 Leigh )f. Pennell
turning under --- I U W, B. Watson I u
GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD green manure crops Lot. MicJ.J. 14, 15, / ___ 12.11 Lot 1"""""-----------_2 T 3 U 14 Leigh ),{. Pearsall
and constructing terraces. of City Park Lots I -I.-S-----_ S 22 27 Leigh M. Pearsall f
j Aerial protographs have been Sub D1.WaC'.Ad- Lot 4'.x 11 4 ----- --" 1 22 HI Leigh M.I Peasalt
TO PAYSmith's A In NE
I made of all lands In many of the Lota dition 4, II to, I,Starke 7. 5. t._JO__21 I II W. :a. Watson _____ 4.7. 11. 13 W aU of road ji

principal of Bile 4. City Park a
farming counties. Where aU Lota -
flub Div W a Cs Ad.dltlon All Lots I. 12 ----II 11 :211: Leigh V. Peart ** -
available, these are being used to to Star" __.2S S II W. rOad t. I. II, W of
Wataon 10
chock Lota 1. J. 10, _____ 1,11 -- --- 1 12 LeICI. Peariallf
Garage performance. In other 'L.t. 11. AU Lot 1 W of road--- 22 _
U. 11 01 11e a 10
i areas plane table maps and chain Park nub DI Cltl '"' a alt Lots I. 1 _.-11 21 1M LeIII' Jt Pea,.all _

measurements are used. a Ce Aadltlea t. Co"***
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F----Ch-- JYTEY bring berries, etc., to Lawtey to son, Fred Halalop, Mr. and Mrs. New River- spent Sunday herewith

Directory and Notes William (Bill) Plummer, Cor. sell but in no way are we attempting Alton Dobbs, Mrs. IDea Kelly and Mrs. Aria Brown and HIM

to coerce them Into bringing son, Donald Kelly were visitingMr. Nona Brown.

I Councilman Elected their produce here. We are perfectly and Mrs Arch Dobbs of the G. M. Bennett, who has spent

wvpTUghttoot METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPALRev. : CHRISTIAN Ono City Councilman was eiect-I aware of the surreptitious State Farm Sunday afternoon the past month In Jasper and Valdosta -

1. JB,- Rev. :Frank Pastor Robinson Rev. Chas H. Allen, Fred Terbes Jr. Rev. 'W T. McQutr ed to fill the unexpired campaign now being used to discourage -' Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly. Mrs. Ga., returned home last

P..tor, SUpLd$1 E. K. Perrjrman.O Pastor Sunday Rector School Snpt. Pastor M. B. Plummer, recently resigned us In our effort to retain. A. S. Crosby and Kathryn Kelly week

.1Mmal School Superintendent OrganistMrs. Miss Ella J. SUM Sunday. School Sept Tuesday, July 18. The election our home Industry and keep our were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
of Church Sdnoot! M... Ira business Mr and Mra. Floyd Crosby and
8"001 B. M. Davis Orran.et wttenuSunday result at home We know that
Church School Mrs were as follows: F R. Car- Crosby In New River last Sunday.Mrs. .
James School children Wanda
Church School Carlisle Mary Alyce and
e'/I: ABnirrla.rning Roy Xathew Supt. Services 10 o'clock: radIne unopposed 30 votes; and our request for government aid Bulah Kelly spent Saturn Russell
Saturday In Starlto
Horning Worship Church Sunday School. Worship Service Bill Plummer, written-ln, 2 votes. fell upon deaf ear. and at the day In Stark with her aunts, spent
11 TrMalolag l Bert-toe 11 A. M. Every Ind Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns.Mr. .
pUll p. )I. EYenln Worikl* IB A. M. It A. M- 11 o'olock: a. m. Ice Cream SupperThe same time we have been assured Mrs Amanda SUcox, and Miss
and Mrs.
Jon. 7::00 S8l'vl- Service t-00 P. M. Morning Worship Sunday __ 11 A. M. 8:00 o'clock: p. m.Prayer L&wtey P.-T. A. Is all heresay that a new addition Bulah Edwards. Bishop Thoma
.nln' Young Pele'e 11 A. M. Fridays __ 8.00: P. M. Meeting sponsoring to the Farmers' Market at Starkeis I were In this section Sunday after
S." PeM. League Meeting* Sigma Chi 7:00 p. m. Holy Days..19 A. M. Wednesday Night an Ice Cream Supper tonight Mr. and Mrs Green :Moody of noon.
okay 8:00: P.1t 7:00 P. M.Prayer *::00 o'clock: July 21 at the school. The contemplated. Which U all I -

Planlltona CanO"a .ICeetlnrWednesday. *:-00 P.M. proceeds will go to the fund for very well. We harbor no IIS feeling

)/ rector Mrs. F. H. Long MISSION HAUL GOSPEL TAB.Sponsored CHURCH Or CHRIST fencing the school grounds. All towards anyone or any town.

'aolr.await OrganDlr.ctor Sponsors.Mr. by Harry Pickup, are invited and the damage will We hereby publicly assure every
man Ieacona and Mrs. Mr. and ]Mrs. Pastor be 5c per cone. I reader that Lawtey not only Is

.r'r.of KlckUt.rCharman Mi Assistant*. SJ. K. Ferryman Organist, Jf. T. QuIcier Evan J..T. Quigley Bible Study S p. m. Bill Godwin, of the U. S. Marine I not dead-It Is not even sick. We TOBACCOSells

/ ee T. T. Long Assistant Bible Study, each each Friday llstlo and Service Sun. Sermon and The Corps Is visiting his family for offer our sincere appreciation to
fyp DirectorOB Supper 4 p m.eery .
powTTte el Choir Tuesday evening 1:00 day evening 8:00 Sunday one week. those who have been Instrumental

In assisting us In our project and
Mrs. W. C. Wooten was return.
METHODIST MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE ed to her home at KIngsley Lake we assure our county and state HigherAt
politicians that
are fully aware
after an operation and a threeweeks
JONES CHURCH NOTESServices of the fact that the majority of
stay In a Jacksonville hos-
The service at the Mission Hall I pital them are comparable to the toothpaste -

omments On Here of worship were con- last Tuesday night was one of advice in Amos and Andy, Live OakFlorida's
ducted both morning and eveningat The Lawtey State Bank BuildIng Pass through Lawtey every day
Hereafter great blessing to all who were
And Is
now nothing but "noth-
a shake their
the First Methodist Church. hands every four
present. Special music
was provided "
But reconstruction
ing. on the
Rev.. Frank Robinson, pastoron the years.
by children Mer-
the Chris- last Mary site will begin Immediately. F. R. Carradlne Biggest and Best
.B G. LeTourneau Sunday. At the morning sereau and W. B. McKinney each
Inventor and manufacturer, service Mrs. E. K. Perryman pre- rendering a song. Flowers for : Rev. Enfield young minister, W. F. MooreA.

completed at Toccoa, Ga.rte sided at the organ and Mrs. R. J. the Hall were a gift from Mrs. who Is attending Moody Bible In- M. LewisJ.

just Davis sang a solo, "Prayer Per- McLeod of Melrose. stitution In Chicago, 111., was call- S. Eunice 'Tye
plant for the' manufactured fect." The Choir, recently reor- ed as pastor for the forth-coming --.
On Tuesday, The subject of the Bible Studywas .
machinery. ganized and directed In year by the Lawtey Baptist -
a most SUNNY BROOK FARM e' '
"Have _
at 2:30: In the afternoon you heard. Hast thou Church.
11, was dedicated to the capable manner by Mrs. Jeannette not known. Have you not seen?" I Mrs. Floyd K. Crosby, Cor. _
plant Klncald sang an anthem "Takeit I The Lawtey Baptist Church will
It Is
Lord. At the dedi- remarkable how little of
Bice of the to the Lord in Prayer." The be dressed In a new coat of paintIn Mr. and Mriy'de: Dobbs and
the governor of the what a person hears and sees actually -
ry service evening service consisted of a the near future. son of Branford Mr. and Mra.
United States senatore registers on his brain. So Ca
ands number of congregational num- Sheriff A. O. Andreu has warn- Woodrow Holllngsworth of Pal-
many people have to churchall
were gtvy gone
| outstanding Gospel messages preachers and bers, a special selection by the Intermediates their. lives without having ed all negro bolita artists to stop atka, and Mrs. Arch Dobbs of the

raisp and a short sermon learned even the sales immediately or suffer the State Farm were visiting Mr. and
occasionally rudimentary prin-
gellsta like Mr. LeTourneau by the pastor. A word of welcome ciples of Christian living. They ,$100 fine as penalty. Mrs. Alton Dobbs and Mrs. Inez
a man Kelly last week.
extended to the We the
was mem- hear sermons various appreciate sheriff's action
in our materlalla- subjects
moDBtrate can "mix busi- bers of the other churches whose relating to Christian truth and to stop this public nuisance. Miss Evelyn Crosby, and J. W. ,
Uge that you churches were not having services Platform Sentiment Thomas of Brooker were visitingMr.
it Into
Mr. LeTour- yet they never put prac-
} and thousands of and a cordial Invitation was ex- tice. Following Is the sentiment of and Mrs. J, R. Kelly Sunday

1 has given many tended to them during the absence Lawtey people concerning con- afternoon.
Ere of his Income to Christian Then, too, anyone can see toJay
of their pastor. struction of a proposed loading Mr and Mrs. Bob Halnlop, and
In dele what havoc is
k. He is interested a being wrought in
Gospel program. The writer Next Sunday morning the pas the lives of worldly Christians by platform here:

idcasts a transcribed Gospel tor will deliver the sermon and the constant tragedies that pur- Unfortunately we have been For MALARIAFor
forced to rely on our limited local-
Mrs Laurie Edwards will render
weekly over a large numof a sue them. But It does not serve
age radio stations In the solo in her usual gifted way. The to warn them nor cause them to ity for the cooperation necessary thousands over 70 years of thousands have Where Experienced Warehousemen and Two Sets of
upon people
for the of our
completion plans.
ed I States. Canada and other Choir will add dignity and a more repent and consecrate them to Irregardless of the fact that since proven by their purchases that they BUYERS Are Ready to Serv. You

9. He reaches millions of worshipful atmosphere to the God. Truly the god of this age consider Wmtersmith'i! the best

>le with these Gospel messages Church service with the singing' (Satan) has blinded the minds of the Incipiency of the strawberry Tonic for Malaria. Winter-smith's Sales Begin

of the philanthropy of of an anthem. A regular featureof I men that they believe not. Industry In Bradford County Law- must be good-or else It wouldn'tbe
use the service will be the tey has led Starke year after sold all over the South and in
LeTourneau who paid for the mornlqg the membersof There Is also a note of pathosIn year la total crates shipped the 21 foreign countries! If you have TUESDAY, JULY 25, 9 A. M.
of robes
ing of the recordings. When wearing by the words of Christ's lament City of Starke and Its businessmen Malaria, get a bottle today, and
the the Choir. A. W. Andrews Jr., follow the direction the Inbrl.
proposition of making re- "If thou hadst known in thy day have, over their luncheon, on
submitted Mr. Le- will herald the approaching of Live Oak Welcomes You-Bring your
mga! was to the things that pertain to thy used every means by which to
neau he said "I think this the hour of worship by the play- peace." How little effect the force the farmers to transport WINTERSMITH'STONIC first load to Live Oak where TOP MAR-

ins people will be saved and Ing of the chimes furnishing some truth had our Inner man. We
of the equipment himself and from five to fifteen miles per KET PRICES have prevailed for the past
to the biggest business In the profess to believe that men are
load and sell at a figure notoriously -
other part of the equipment hav- five There's plenty of floor spaceat
his years.
Jld" Mr LeTourneau has lost without Christ but we do nothing below the daily of
i airplane and goes from city ing been furnished by the Co-ed to bring them to Christ Lawtey berry sales. The average Farmers Live Oak this season

Rity telling the story of God'sg class. Mrs D. P. Carpenter teacher. We know that God demands of us Market at Starke Is an estim- MOM'

and sustaining grace. Mr. Each Sunday afternoon from that we walk according to His able gesture by the powers that be

,'oiirneau Is a unique character 5:30: until 6:00: o'clock the Chimesare of will but we do not seek His will. for the Bradford County farmer. Ur.JJarkrrFOR FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT

h a unique message. God callse played as a vesper service I Knowledge Is of little value un- But why in the name of heaven,

men to preach, some to music. less it Is used. When we know If It has been built for the farmer "GOOD DENTISTRY AT TUESDAY AUGUST 2

:h, some to practice law, some The evening service will be these things happy are we If we was it not built in Lawtey. REASONABLE PRICES"

practice medicine, some to conducted by the Intermediate do them, says the Scriptures "To Unless we.are greatly In error, the Live Oak Is Preparing a Big Day

a. and some to run manufac- Department of which Patsy KeenIs him that knoweth to do good and Lawtey average price per pint All Brunches of

rg. plants but He calls all the president. Those taking doeth It not to him It Is sin." for the past season far exceedsthe fltr TOBACCO, LIVESTOCK CELEBRATIONSFREE

bans to witness for Him. part in this service will be Patsy Everyone should try to use a 111 Starke average. That being DKNTISTKVPlates BARBECUE STREET CARNIVAL

Keen Call to Worship: Virginia that God reveals to him that hei I' true, is It nut easy to see the Crowns, FIREWORKS BASEBALL GAME
e i read in the fifth chapter of Sewell, Prayer; Freddie Wimberly- might be made strong in the Lord tremendous loss Imminent should Phone for

e that as the people pressed Scripture reading; Marjorie Davis and in the power of His might the Lawtey berry grower be forced Arid g es, Fillings, Np.rlal otter 2"' DANCING CASH PRIZES .....-

i Jesus to hear the Word of Poem; Leonard Smith, announcing -' to cell his berries at Starke? X-Ray., Etc. a 1os1IIr.

"He stood by the Lake of ; Michael Dew offeratory i T.\mmN: ACI.E The fact remains to support our ".. ---- ':--f:"a I

Inwaret He entered Into one prayer; Billy Lee and Comer Per- The services at the Tabernaclelast contention that numbers of good ptrlttr _.? Tune in on Live Oak Over WRUP .It'

he ships and asked that the ryman offering, and a special Friday and Sunday nights Starke farmers bring their berries "
: be pushed away from the vocal selection by the entire were well attended. There Is a to Lawtey daily because of ::'.m' Saturday, July 22, 2 to 2:30: P. M.Tuesday .

When this was done He sat group. Other features of this growing Interest In these services. the better prices and compara- DENTAL SURGEON July 25, 9 to 9:30: P. M. ''f'

i and taught the people outhe service will be the Pipe Organ Many visitors were present from tively few farmers from this sec ('''I'. lacy and Laura 81s.
ship This ship was a and Piano duet by Miss Martlle surrounding communities at the tion sell their berries In Starke. Over the Morris flan flunk (A Junior Chamber of Commerce Advertisement)

'> stock In trade and It was Hemmlngway at the piano and Sunday night service. The mod- These growers are welcome to Jacksonville, Fla.

fed over to Jesus Christ to be Charles Pender at the console. ern foibles of fashion were shown I

I by our Lord as He saw fit. They will play their own arrange- to be very ancient. The third ..- --

t Is what every business man ment of a medley of the following I chapter of Isaiah speaks of eye- k.'P'. 4t;fF.:' 'sr .) .

Id do with his business. A favorite hymns, "Sweet Houror brow plucking, hair-setting and -7ri 'j "" ,
may hold a title to a farmall Prayer." "Nearer My God to other so-called beauty aids In :r ,!f"r

\ land belongs to God, so Thee" "Trust and Obey," and Dueteronomy there Is a law aginst

farms should be given to God "Near the Cross." For the offer- one sex dressing in the garmentsof ? -r

e used according to His will. tory Mr. Pender will render Mac- the opposing sex. A law too

the money in the world be- Dowell's "To a Wild Rose." A much Ignored In our present dayas

's to God He put the golde violin solo will be played by Miss it was In that day. Duet. 22.S.: __

e mine the mint got it from Grace Dew accompanied on the It seems to be the tendency of our : J rr
suns the bank got It fromInt. organ by Mrs. Ferryman. people to disregard the express

and man got It from the commands of Almighty God. But

So all of our money is a KEVIVAl.The this can not be done without
t; fund to be used! for God. "I will bringing judgment.
I Rev. W. T. McGuire
Lowe t;
anybody anything and ---
I begin a revival at the Graham
nothing for charity," a very
: Christian Church on Monday VANDERBILTMlns
[ strong business man said
"e writer night July 24. The public is invited Velma Norman, Cor.
one day. That man
a fool. He was breathing to attend. -
5 air ..-1HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and
enjoying God's sun-
and CIIKISTI family of this section spent the
God using a strong body The Rev. W. T. McGuire will fill week-end with Mr and Mrs. Horace -
f gave him.
perfect, gift comes Every from good God. his regular appointment at the Router and family of Gaines
ems K( me that the least Hampton Christian ville. ,
morning at 11 o'clock! of Vanderbilt ,
Sunday Norman
COUld do would be to give Miss Velma I s
night at 8 o'clock. of Miss .f r I IN
to GOd for His| service the and Sunday I was the guest

He has given to us.. We Shirley Morgan( of Hellbronn Sun- i ly {
f''Id give Him CARD OF THANKS ( evening.
our hands and how 'day 4 '
cannot express p
and eyes and tongues and Mere words the Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp of

deeply we appreciate many this section! are the proud parents
rams ,
THE s,7n:2oi,4ta, cards beautiful and flowers all other, teleg expressions of a baby girl born Sunday, July

and kindness from 16.
of sympathy
H. M. Till man filled
friends during the Illness The ReV.
and death of our precious his regular appointment at Water

+ s19 wwtwstytla mother. (Signed) Dr. and Mrs. C. Oak church this week-end. 'S'SI

W. Denny Mr. and Mrs T. W. Miss Margie Reddish of
Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- derbllt spent the week-end

Mr. and lira W F. Swls- I her sister Mrs Lloyd I (ft
man, Coca-Cola
yer. Starke. I r goes along 1LI

Junior and Betty Jane Rosier

every faculty of our being should to be i of Arrowhead are spending their I I P the that r
"tUTi- refreshes
I used for His glory.It, "TeW my life vacation with relatives of this I pause Ill
and mean
a section. I I
WKSLLE'S and let It be consecrated.shall Lord have, to to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of When you're out for an outing, you're in for a
thee." Some day we .
FADING HOTEL answer to God for the use we Jacksonville ,are Mr.visiting and Mrs.; Mrs.John's El-I good time, but a thirsty one. Make it perfect
us. parents
He givesThe /
I?jcj- er.rd .5,. make talent of the to talents make money is as lery Sapp here. with ice-cold Coca-Cola for the pause that
hort ? fc. report that
SUMMER **"' divinely given as the teof We are sorry to Is 111 here. refreshes. It does things for thirst that you'll like.
of men Mr. Jack Underhill t:
We speak i
COMFORT 1r isrss'u'.a eloquence. cencall e
All of Vanderbilt was
tering a sacred calling. Levy Norman 1
I0* and Tuesday.F. .
sacred-plowing business
In Starke on

5..y b.4 wishing ing. are dishes are Just a. sacred M. Norman and son Frank STARKE COCA CO LA BOTTLING CO.

as preaching the Gospel or singing All Norman of this section were In i, ,
to Him. Wednesday
of praise last
COCKTAIL LOUNGE I'round. every buah they I I <, ,J
end ground I.- holy If anyone has any news
COFFEE SHOP a burning bush and every placea wish printed please tarn It In to,,
a manIa
temple of worship when will of God the correspondent by Monday ... -
0..41'- n.r in the center of the <1 I arc i
--.. -s.-.6 I.night.
for hU life.


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-- -- Scout Leonard Smith, Jr., is the from Star to Life Scout, Michael WAREHOUSES more than !welve
received more points In Dew;; froxn 2nd Class to First taches tor ek elerk\
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished leader, ARE OPENEDAT enatol' .
I BOY' William Baker; from Ten In ,
: each of these fields than any Class mark. .l ("nt,
1871Publish' other patrol and therefore have derfoot to Second Class, Olin LIVE OAK port for the HOUR" w.II\ ;
SCOUT the honor of attaching, not one, White, Jr" Merit badges aLII fol- members Spent which t
Weekly on "Fridays-and Entered aa Second Class III but all the effeciency banners to lows: Pioneering, Cooking and Tobacco warehouses opened In attaches leK, ,then only $9..8

Matter at the Pot Office at Starke, Florida NEWS but all the efficiency banners to I Athletics to :Michael Dew and; Farm Row Live Oak yesterday and brisk. activity member while the ?! '10
I become the property of the patrol Home and its Planning, nearly ? .OOO e'chIt's 'nator.
In of leaf
the moving
E. L. Matthews' __-: : .. __ _____ Editor and Owner The regular weekly meeting of during the month of July. At the' ing to Frank Robinson, III; Row- marks no Wonder I
1 and Its Plan- of sales Tuesday, that
end of thin month the scores will ing and Farm Home tor the opening session plied the
RATE the Boy Scouts of America, Troop be totaled again and the patrol ning to Comer Perryman; Fire- July 25. Operators are preparingfor of $427.000, lip un saps,
held last Friday night
70 all
was and Cookingto
the most efficiency in manshlp, Woodwork the hi
showing yet in
unusually good reason.
I in the Church School an
7:45 o'clock
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance rooms: of the First Methodist these respective fields will have Enos Hayes: Woodwork Public to They point out that the Live Oak Nebraska ,,ne.hou
Advertising-Rates on Application of the honor of the special banners George Flynn; Woodwork ture, which '
Church, under the direction next month. Health, and Personal Health to market has led the entire Florida recently El
during coat only $100.
the Rev. Frank
Scoutmaster, 000
the Leonard (Sonny) Peek; Wood- tobacco belt In price aver and was
NEWS AND BAD discussion of future Georgia slon eleven
GOOD Robinson. The meeting was open- After a, period Weeks
carving Poultry Keeping, and for the past five years, and nearly h
Report on the status during the month of July, 1939 of ed by repeating together the Scout plans for activities and hopesfor Horsemanship to Leonard Smith; 'ages expect the present sea- long as OUra. Its 1939 l

two common pests lit the environs of Kingsley Lake: ((1)) Oath Pledge and of Laws Allegiance, and by to sayingthe the early the erection materialization of the Scout for Hut the, a total of four advancements and [son they to fully maintain that high record. bin 1937,was and$1.)00:with:) less a than tb

Owners of un-muffled motor boats-diminishing. ,((2)) Mosquitoes Flag. A short talk was given by and thebeginning of a building seventeen! merit badges. Approximately also The day before the sales begin, longer session The lblrlet
25: merit badges were diN
that will adequatelyhouse warehousemen will determine by between $427,000
increasing. the Scoutmaster In which he program
<< and
-1 of this Troop $Ia.
I awarded members \
the Troop for having Starke Scouts for years to lot which floors will receive the the price of
The law, passed at the last session of the State Legislature had so many boys in attend come, the meeting was adjournedby during their stay In camp a com- first sales, and with two sets of be immediately lawmaking and 014
requiring all motor boats to be equipped with regu-I ance at the Council Camp Echo-'. the Pledge of Allegiance to plete list of which will be pub- salaried buyers on hand businessis presslve to the taxpaye serooJj!
lished next
lation mufflers when operated on the waters of ckotee, near Orange Park last the Flag. and the Scout Benedic expected to move swiftly and jda.-Tampa Morning Tribe
week, Twelve members of the tion. e smoothly Among the men as-
beneficial effect. The old type of ear-splitting : stamps-
had a very Rubber
market this .
to the year
Troop attended this camp duringthe On'every citizen of'Starke there GUN CLUB signed stapling
noise seems to have been completely abolished, and there are week of July 8th-12th, threeof rests the responsibility of supportIng are some of the best In the busi- ines at the Bradford COUDt)
very few boats now being operated that can still be placedin the boys remaining for the sec- this' excellent boy organization OFFERS PRIZEThe ness. Speculators are controlledby graph.

the nuisance class. Perhaps in a few weeks, these also ond week of Camp life. The mem- in every phase of its program, Starke Gun Club Is offer a Tobacco Board of Trade Incorporated BUS SCIUDrU: !:
laws of the ;
that the will be ashamed to operate bers divided into their several for out of this group of boys will automatic shot as under I I I North Bound l
will become so scarce owners patrol rooms under the direction come tomorrows men of Starke. ing a new gun State of Florida, and governed by Leave Starke <
Even a prize to be won by some fortunate slmlllar to 2:45 .. n,
them in the face of unfavorable public opinion. of their patrol leaders for a periodof Florida! and America. So LET'SBOOST rules and regulations p. m., 1:50: p. ?
In m. 3
for the and work. The sportsman who takes part those used at the world's greatest p. ...
has respect study planning SCOUTING
the most thoughtless youngster some shoot between now and the p. m, 10:15( : p m.South .
law, and few, if any, will violate a statute when it must be patrols are preparing posters on big any Armistice Day event on Thurs selling points Bound trees, showing the actual specimens Tuesday night the Court of Re- Live Oak's corps of warehousemen Leave Starke
done as flagrantly as upon the waters of an open lake. of roots bark, leaf, and view 'was held At this meetingthe day November 9. Include men well-known In a. m.. 2:20: : 2:20: a. !D.,",
We are very sorry that news concerning the other fruit, and the use of these 'trees highest rank that the National The announcement was made tobacco circles. Every one of West Hound p to 520p:Tallahte. &!,
in life. At the offers by W. P. Smith, president of the in
our every day Scouting Program was them has had marked success Leave Starke.
Kingsley pest is not so encouraging. For years and years closing part of the program the made in the form of a recommen- club, who stated that all marks marketing bright leaf, and Is ex- Starke 12:35 5:35 P.D.I! I
the lake resident could proudly boast of virtually a mosquitofree Wolf Patrol was commended for dation of this Court to the North men good or bad, have an equal perienced in managing sales. For free pick-up p m
summer resort, but if these worst-of-all pests continueto maintaining the first place rating Florida Council Main Court of chance at winning the gun sinceit Serving here this season will be ''in city limits) phone service I
increase at the present rate, it will not be long before the so far this month In the activities Honor that the rank of Eagle will not be awarded on the H. W. Cauchat and his sons, Hal way agent Lao!;
stressed each day in the Scouting Scout be. conferred upon Frank basis of skill. Anyone InterestedIn Gauchat and Louis R. Gaucbat; J
boastful Kingsleyite will have to change his tune. Every program. Robinson, III who has satisfac- winning the award can learn Jeff Cozart; Lee Knott; John
year there are a few more, and a few more mosquitoes, untilit During the month of June an efficiency torily completed every! require the complete details from any Smothers and Jack Calhoun. ASLE&
seems quite likely that not many years hence this beautiful attempt was made by the! ment for this distinction. Scout member of the Gun Club. .--.-
I Troop in Patrols. It was announced Robinson :has the honor of being Mr. Smith states that fine SOMM: : DIFFERENCEAstounding Service Station
lake will be infested as badly as many other nearby bodiesof '
at the beginning of the the first Scout ever to be recommended shoots are being held by the Club is the official report -
water. month that patrols attainingthe by the local Court of Re- every Thursday afternoon at the just made public of the
The only way in which this alarming multiplication of highest points in efficiency in view for this high rank. His recommendation range just south of town, and cleik-attuche payroll of the State Washing, Polishing,
I certain fields of activity would be will be presentedto special efforts are being made to Senate Thirty-eight Senators, according Greasing Standard
mosquitoes can be explained is by blaming it on the Increas- the Main Court of Honor In interest -
I allowed the privilege of attaching interest beginners in the to the figures, requiredthe
ing number of transient summer residents who carelessly I a special pennant Indicating their Jacksonville on Thursday night ing sport of skeet shooting. services of 490 employes271full Oil Products \
throw out empty tin cans without burying them or first proficiency in these activities.The the 27th at which time it will be .-- time, 219 part time. Senators i
fields covered were "Church sent?to the National headquartersIn Typewriter ribbons, carbon themselves drew $39,231 in pay
punching holes in them so they will not hold water. Con- Greasing Jobs are,
Attendance," "Scout meeting attendance New York and his Eagle badge paper, second sheets adding and mileage, compared with $144- with the best
sequently they become breeding places. The land around ," and "Advancement,." will be. conferred In August. machine paper at Bradford Coun- 034 paid for their clerical assist buy. grease
Kingsley is still as high and dry as ever and there is no The Wolf Patrol of which Life Other awards were as follows: ty Telegraph ance. That was an average of can

natural breeding place for mosquitoes. Therefore, if the

pests are increasing in number every year, it must be be-

cause conditions have been made favorable for them by care-

less summer residents.

Every owner of Kingsley property should make it his

duty to see that these man-made breeding places of mos-

quitoes are destroyed. Transient visitors are naturally

careless. They come to the lake for only a week or so dur- .

ing the summer and have no other interest in it during the _

remainder of the year. The permanent resident, however, or

the man who owns rental property should surely think _

enough of his investment/ to fight against depreciation

through a plague of mosquitoes. A summer home is worth

only the pleasure and comfort that can be derived from it, ,
and no one thing can do more to take away this pleasure and]

comfort than a troublesome mosquito. I I

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The long-awaited trial by which the Government seeks '' n a sTAN
to obtain a sfte for the construction of a $70,000 postoffice'

building here is scheduled for Monday at Ocala in the Fed- DAYS ONLY ;

eral Court for the Southern District of Florida. It is expected }
July 2QhJuly
that a jury will arrive here during the day, inspectthe

proponed site and return to Ocala to render its verdict as 29fh. "

to the value. The trial should not consume more than two .

days at most.

After this technicality has been settled, it is believed

that the Government will "pitch right into" the project and ON THE FAMOUS

the fact that Starke might have its fine new building com-

pleted by mid-winter is entirely possible. The United States .. .

of America has its postoffice-building activities down to a _

fine point. There are special contractors who specialize in I GO O .: J\ EA" :

this type of project, and it is said that they "can throw one ;

up in a hurry" when the start has finally been made. i ;

Already: there is much speculation over the housing

problem that will face the community with the arrival of the
small army of skilled laborers who will undoubtedly be employed -
on the project. The housing problem is still a majorone i

in Starke with desirable, modern rental property at a i I ;
premium. From time to time it is reported that this personor t Ir I

that one is planning to build a number of small comfort- l Here grand new for vacation budgetsl For ten daysand .-
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munity is anxiously awaiting the beginning of this important out
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As Secretary, of Agriculture Wallace recently said, J $f 1

"Underlying the agricultural situation and seriously limiting 12_

" the progress of agriculture toward a higher standard of

t living, is the low level of industrial activity and the large INCLUDING YOUR OLD TIRE

volume of city unemployment. And looking at the other l

side of the question is the fact that bad conditions among I "

farmers mean limited, profitless markets for manufacturers.I
The wise farmer knows that prosperity among businessmen REGISTER MOTOR
is essential to agricultural prosperity, and the wise COMPANY

businessman knows that good conditions on the farm are Walnut Street
at Madison
i )A ,
essential to wide and growing consumption of manufactured J.u Phone, 103

products. It is for this reason that local business men I DAY AND NIGHT

should back our growers to the Nth degree in any sound

farm-betterment activity., We are proud to say that they|I
i have done this in the past, and will quite likely continue to

do so in the future. I I I I