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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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IILfIE FIFT FIVE STARKE FLORIDA J.'RID.\.Y. ,JULY U. 1933 NUMBER TIIIRTY-SIX "


Churchill Proposed Packing House State Brownie Gainey Parolled Prisoners Highland Man Held Consumers To ,
River Regulates City Pay
ew Will Be Discussed Here, From State Prison Farm, After Auto Accident G I

At The Satsuma Meeting Local Police Informed ;Injuring His Son i 11

[ Celebrate School Buses; Make Trouble 3 Per Cent Tax

A Meeting of the satsuma 11 of
orange Brownie Gainey. serving a termof Otto Rafuse, aged High
growers of this section has been ten years from Bradford County land was reported in the Duval

iOOth Anniversary called for l6 o'clock Tuesday morn- 3 Removed Here for assault with attempt to murder i Council Is Told County Hospital in "poor" condi- On Light Bills

ing ,at the.court house in Starke. Luther Griffis was parolled from tion from the loss of blood and a

The purpose of the meeting la to the State Farm last week, according -' possible fracture of the skull, andIt
consider the advisability of estab- to word received here by mem- Jailor Ask Council To Dispose Is understood that his father, J. -
Of The Pupils Living Within Two Mlles City Bond Trustee Met. : This I
Mon From All Sections lishing a packing house here to bers of the police force. Of Onee Now Held In U Rafuse, has been released on y
Of School Cannot Be Trans- We k Publish b
ReceiptsFor
Attend
State EJlpr'tNI To handle the present crop of satsu- i Gainey, who has had several tilts County Jail bond following his arrest! by Duval r1
ported, Board June
Se"le e west of Starke mas.J. Says I with the law In these parts, had County officer. on a charge of ;

Reed Curry, organizer of the served approximately three yearsof Charging that city prisoners are careless and .reckless driving. ,6 t
New River Baptist Church, Florida Citrus Exchange, is expected Three school buses have been removed his sentence. more unruly and more trouble to The boy was Injured, with three Consumers of electricity In this

,The Of the oldest organizations ins to attend the meeting and will from their routes IB con- Dewey Williams, who wall sen- care for than county prisoners, W. others, late Thursday night of last City will find a three per cent Fed-
n 4
e eecUon of the state, will hold tell what the exchange will do in formity with the State Board of tenced from this county to three W. Baidsen, deputy sheriff and week when the truck, driven by eral tax: added to tbelr bills begin- :

hundredth anniversary onnIfromulmany the way of financing the packing education regulation that no child years for breaking and entering, jailor, appeared before the city another truck on the highwayhis ning next month In accordance '4
one Hundreds of vlsl- houae, and handling the fruit. living within two miles of the also received! a pardon after serving council at its meeting Wednesday father, crashed bead-on into with an order by the city bond t

: sections of the Aubrey Brink, secretary of the school he attends shall be trans- seventeen months. night, and requested that other arrangements south of Baldwin. The elder Refuse trustees. '

expected to attend the Florida Sat ume. Growers Association ported at public expense, Superin- be made for taking was slightly cut and bruised, The matter of the tax: was discussed 1 ?

Ie are of this historical old urges that all Interested tendent A. J. Grlffls said this care of city prisoners, other than I and his three-year-old daughter, at the board's :Monday f C !

Prch, at its location west of growers attend the meeting. week. Miss Underhill keeping them In the county jail. I Annie, was cut about the face. meeting, aud the city clerk was instructed -
The'remaining: routes and their Mr. Baisden said that the class L. F Blackburn of Starke, the to add it to the face of ;, ',

118. on arrangements drivers for the 1933-34 term are as of prisoners usually sentenced in driver of the other truck, suffered each light bill. : ', t' ,

I The} coiaon committee, P. D. Welch, and Red- Forsyth Loses follows: Wins 2nd Prize t the city court wore drunken cases, a broken left arm and lacerations. The clerk was also Instructed to ;i 'it

i this week announced Starke-Hellbronne. Willis Dyal; I and that they were consequentlynoisy His ,condition was not serious. notify A. J. Grlffls, superintendent k
Andrews for the Kelly-Rising, R. :M. Crosby; Law- and disagreeable.The i of public Instruction, that some-

e following program tey-Sapp, Cohen 'Feele; Lawtey- council will try to find some thing must be done about delinquent V f,

eellng: Georgia Boy Rosier, James Rosier; Lawtey- Local Girl Gets Losing Cup As means of caring for the city prisoners Home Loan Act light bill of the Bradford 1 ; ri

BlM': A. M.Devotlona.1 Service HIghland, Joe D. Peele; Starke- Costume Award At Daytona I although It has not been decided County High School before the } t

Vtha pastor L. G. Hemingway. Sampson City, J. E. Brown; Law- Beach whether the old city jail will : opening of school In the fall 1 I

10:00: A. :M,History of theLiy Referee Makes Mistake And Announces tey-Starke, J. M. Reddish; There be put to use again or not. I At Work Soon Total receipts for the month of W

Baptists of Florida. Starke Boxer AsWinner sa-Hampton-Starke, J. E. Adklns; Miss Hazel Underhill of Starke The council decided that the license -I June were given as follows: ;sy s'' '

11:00: A. M. History of the Or- But Changes Starke-Pine Forest, Hiram Prescott won second prize in the beach cos- isued to Cyrus Sistrunk be Lights _____________1387.7*

ulzatlon of the New River ; Starke-New River High tume contest held at Daytona revoked and that he pay a license i Water ________-..._._____ 417.15

rarch, by G. W. S. Ware and F Vasco s School, D. L. Gatlin; Starke-New Beach, July 4. Miss Underhill rep- fee to operate here as an agent for Funds For Refinancing Mortgage Fuel Oil ______________ 149.28 i y

L Johns. Forsyth, Starke boxer, River, R. R. Crosby; New River resented Yowell-Dre,. Company of the Gainesville Laundry. Expert To Be Available Supplies ___-__.._.__- 4.00 d ,

Hour. Dinner on the Monday Griffin night lost a decision to School, F. M. Merritt; Lawtey- Daytona, and wore white slacks Dr. P. A. Brinson appeared be- Within A Month Service Deposits -_______ 24 OO i
goon Jimmy of Valdosta, Ga., In with red
and
a white
lound. Everybody welcome. the Crews Route, W. Crews; Brooker. diagonally fore the council asking for a reduc- #
llOO P.M.-Song and prayer Gainesville' City Club arena.. Pine Hill, D. J. O. Green; Brooker- striped top. She "was presentedwith tion of taxes on Bradford County Within the next thirty days, the Total Receipts ________$1,982.17 Q jk "
: Through an error of the refereeIn a silver loving Home Loan Bank Board to The bills j' '
IrvlcebyC.A. Crosby. Bradford, E. T. Stewart; Brooker. cup. Bank property. He was assured hopes following were' ordered ,
1130 P. M.-The Purpose of the reading Jhe cards of the judges, Kelly. L. B. Crosby; Brooker to First prize in the costume con that this matter would receive due have the home owners loan corporation paid: t, 1/
: Forsyth was at first announced test went to Miss Mary E. Conner to the relief of mortgage J. F
Iganlzed Church, by Dr. T. V. Mc- Starke, Carl S. Hough. consideration at the meeting to going Colley, cross arm
winner of the fight, but after the The buses discontinued were: who wore a blue outfit and a red, make adjustments.A burdened persons all over the brace and work on cart__$ 200 h +
u1. cards were rechecked, Griffin was white and blue straw hat. country, according to news from Starke Tel. Co.
phone service -
|2U P. :M.-What the Church; East Lawtey!, Boatdrain, and one letter received from S. G. tr
L:Accomplished, by R. A. Green. declared winner of the decision. bus on the Brooker to Ziff route. Judges for the contest, as well as Lewis asking that he be exempt on Washington.The at plant...__._...__ 3.CO

J245 p. M.-Sunday School and Griffin, Intent on avenging himself 'Superintendent Griffis said that for the beauty contest- were: city taxes due to the loss of a corporation, which has & Qulgley St Davis. supplies ; {{ ?

11.P U. Progress of our Church, for a second round knockout In order to take advantage of the Frank S. .Wright, director of pub limb and partially disabled In the capital stock $200.000,000, has for plant __.__._..______ 4.7S g '
I W. B. Hicks. administered to him by Forsyth state aid for public school transportation licity at the University of Florida; other. City council Instructed the authority under the law to Issue Graybar Electric Co., supplies ; i

I;,:15 l P. M.--Memorial service forlr three weeks ago, fought a careful he will try to conform Mrs. James Redding of Birming clerk to notify Mr. Lewis that he $2,000,000.000 of 18-year four per for plant__..__.___ 1894: ''t1
ham; W. B. Smith, president of cent bonds the Interest which '
on Standard Oil Co. (
and effective battle. 111 gal
dead, by E. C. J. Dickens. with the following state regulations Is entitled to an exemption of $::100
[come and bring your basket.EKidgeting The first round was even, both as nearly as possible: the Greater Orlando chamber of of the assessed valuation of his Is guaranteed by the government. Ions lubricating oil....... .61.61Bank t ,,1. I Y
commerce W. L. Van
; Dyke vice Under the of
e with School' buses must have: property.The plan operation, a of Starke, note on
connecting light
raps on several
president of the Hava-Tampa CI- whose home Is threatenedwith
occasions, but 1. Good motor reliable steering following bills were ordered person machinery, Fairbanks, _
most
spending gar Company of Tampa, aud Mar- loss by foreclosure Morse .._ __ 269.7T. 1 ,
Is Off of the time feeling one ,another. gear, dependable brakes, tires in vin Martin of paid: mortgage __..__.___. ,
Tampa. could borrow bonds from the t
corporation Egry Register Co., carbon :
Carl Johns
out. Action came in the second good condition. salary for June,
round, however, as Forsyth cam 2. Strong and durable body, City Clerk _____________$ 60.00 up to eighty per cent of. paper ________________ 5.24 's Ik
out with a rush and swung both sufficiently large to allow childrento No More W. E. Thornton, salary the value of the property and ex- Carl Johns, salary for June. 40.00 p ii, '

i Until Later Date hands mostly at the air, while Grif- be comfortably seated, provided ansFor' Night Marshal ______... 7500 change them for the mortgage.This i: Gulf Refining Co., X- car ; '
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would be cancelled and i a new fuel) oil distillate........ 321.911Statl i
A. L.
fin stood off and avoided his rushes. with padded seats if uses rough AlvarezJ salary Chiefof '
-- They tangled in a toe-to-toe I, roads and with protection against Police .:.111._________ 100.00O. mortgage taken by the corporationto of Florida 1% %
ItlpiHon Over Futch Bill Holds trade In mid-round, from which 'cold and rain. Shatter proof glass Bradford W. Alderman, salary run for fifteen years and carry .1 State tax on electricity 1 { a.
five cent Interest.It .
Up Action By COllntyConunlMlonen Forsyth stepped back spitting only permitted; entrance door on City Councilman _______ 2.00 per produced from July 1, k '
is necessary for the home 1931 to Dec. 31 1932__ 14' L .
blood and Griffin with a alight cut right; emergency door at rear con- W. M. Edwards salary City to the holder his I 364.0( I

over his right,eye; the round was trolled from driver's seat and un- 10,000 Have Been Filled Here, Councilman _.__________ 2.00 owner to get of i1 +
{Plus for budget making in even. locked. Rear view mirror to show But State1 Supply Is Now P. M. Barefoot, salary City mortgage agree to accept the Total disbursements$725.78 S !

Iford County are off until the The third round also was even, interior of bus and view of high Exhausted Councilman _._.____?. 2.00O. bonds> but in case the holder will Members H. I* Brownlee'and R. '
|jch! law comes out of the courts but Griffin's face showed a swellIng way. L. Beasley, salary City not do so and the mortgage Is not J. Davis were present at the meet- ? I'

d! county commissioners know welt over the left eye as the 3. Lettering "School Bus" on Relief canning In Bradford Councilman _.____...__. 2.00 value more of than the forty property per, the cent of the Ing. '

i much "wherewithal they can round ended, where Forsyth had each side and each end and stop County came to an abrupt halt Bradford County Telegraph, corpora i '
tion will\
lend the home
11II1: on In mapping out the extures :- unintentionally butted him in mid- sign on rear. this week when those in charge of advertising notice special In owner forty Green I r ; L'

of departments during round. 4. Inspection by approved me- the work received a telegram from election .______________ B 00 per ligation.The cent. cash to take up the ob- Thanked ; ;

coming year. Griffin caught: Forsyth with a chanic and necessary repairs madeat State headquarters -Baying that no Starke Telephone Co., phone loans to be made
|The! board met Tuesday morning right and a left to the face as the beginning of school year. more cans would be avaUable unless service City Hall_:;_____. 3.85 homes not are on

i made some estimates as to the fourth round opened and again Each driver of a school bus paid for out of county funds. Bradford Hardware Co., value and not exceeding more than$20,000$14,000 In For His Support '

ut of money that would be landed a heavy left to the face in must be: Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration files and weed cutters.__ 1.25 be loaned '
may on
ary to carry on the county mid-round. Not under 18 years of age. agent, says that the 10,000 W. W. Baisden, feeding and property. any single

mment for another year, but Griffin took the fifth round, using 2. In good health and physically cans donated to this county by the caring for prisoners_____ 7.60 While the act does not distinguish Receive Letter Prom Dtraocratlo rl i

lose of litigation over thetch a straight right to the face sound and alert. State have already,been filled with J. C. Manning, files____... .20 between city and farm homes- Leaders Commending Hlmi For
i law, formal adoption of an that swelled various foods and that the Temple Garage, repairing
Forsyth'a
lips badly 3. Normal in hearing and vision peopleare the corporation In asking that farm Work Done
Umated budget waa postponed and caused him to miss with his ; able to distinguish primary still enthusiastic and were tire on City Truck_____ 1.20 homes be financed --ih-; ,
tU 11 later date. haymaker right. Forsyth coveredin colors.. making plans for several thousandmore QuIgley A: Davis, lumber Federal Land Banks. through The House Democratic leader t't l i

|The commissioners met Monday the sixth and seventh rounds 4. Of good moral character; abstainer cans when the telegram repairing bridge- _..._.__ .64 In cases where the mortgagedoes I Hon. Joseph W, Byrns'of Tennessee x r''
mini as a board of equalizers and both came. .
slowed their pace. from alcoholic liquors. not amount to eighty per cent has recently commended Con ,
1
accepted without changes Tax: The ninth and tenth rounds saw 5. Able to control children on Miss Jordan said that a meetingIs Lawtey Loses Game of the value of the property, the gressman R. A. Green for his loyalty ,'t t { '
or N. D. Walnwrlght's figfa little in the to be held at in
: of the headquarters i
way spectacular bus. corporation also will lend the home to the administration bill
on Bradford County lands. No Griffin took Tallahassee this week and there Is To C. C. C. Team
the ninth round while 6. Able to make emergency re- owner cash to pay taxes and repairhis valuable assistance la the enact ay ,
sons appeared to protest thenee the tenth was even.Farmers pairs. a chance that this county's allot- property.If ment of the President's' legislative f' i
ag fixed by Mr. Wainwright. i- ment might be Increased Otherwise The Lawtey Braves and C. C. C. :
program. He has sues
I Before 7. Capable of driving skillfullyto the property Is unencumbered, just written him ; ) ;
adjourning, the commls- the work will have to be discontinued Co. No. 345 "
protect children from possible Camp crossed bats on the corporation will lend the owner aa follows: i 4 4S 'q
re elected between 200 and for lack of funds to buy the local diamond Sunday after "I take this "
0 names of UrgedTo accidents. fifty per cent\ of Its value In cash opportunity toex.. 3
> men in the county tone 8. One who observes and obeysto cans, she said. noon. to pay his taxes and make needed press to you my deep appreciation: d ,a
lIB jurors in the County and Dad Pearce, who up until a few and gratitude for
the letter traffic signals Improvements upon the property your kindly consideration i
e Court for the ensuing year. Mlas Jordan'' To Assist years ago was the outstanding to
Plant Feed rules. i i me personally during; 1
9. One who keeps his bus clean Putnam Canning WorkMiss twIrler for the Florida League, did the trying days of the session. i I ,

rrtey School Begins and attractive and who takes a some nice relief work for the local Agent Explains Your service and loyalty to the) ;

1333-31 kindly Interest In the children he team while Fred Moore helped out party made possible ;the splendid '
Term Monday Corn Crop Shortage Seems Likely transports. Pearl Jordan, home demonstration the C. C. C. boys by starring at the record written by our Democratic jg f '

Extension Office Figures) agent for Bradford and bat for them. Congress at this session. With best y
The Lawtey Junior High Schooled Show Union Counties, has been asked by The score was C. C. C. 10, Law. Lowered Rates wishes, I am : s

' its 1933-34 term Monday, 21 Teachers SuccessfulIn the State office to assist Miss Isabelle tey 6. Sincerely';yours i I

IJ 10, with a total enrollment of With the Florida Recent Examination Thursby, 'state conservationist There will be another 'game "JO. Byrna."
corn likelyto
1 Pupils. crop of Tallahassee, In holding a played on the local diamond Sun- '
be short this year and feed u New Railway Express Agency Chairman James A. Farley oC S
titer song "America canning school In connection with day at 3 p.m. Any amateur team the
by the rising, farmers are to Tariff Affecting City Now Democratic National Committee 4r
prices urged of Educa-
ooI State Department
The the Federal relief
office
very Interesting talks were at Palat- wishing a game get In touch with In Effect has also commended Congressman -* ''
by Dr. Sessions, pastor of plan for an adequate food supply tion recently made public the following ka, July 21 and 22. R. P, Jones, manager. Green la the following communication d it it'I
for their own farms by J. Lee
list of successful applicantswho
!. The '
M. E. Church organization of canning "
and Trustees H. S. Harvey agent'of the local :
with the Flor- -
Smith
S. agronomist the teachers' examination
took
in Bradford '
Austin projects and Union WALDO USES
On and James Rosier. ida Agricultural Extension ServiceIn in Bradford County: BARTERThe office of the Railway Express "I want you to know that X (
Counties has received
account of a recent ruling of Gainesville.Mr. favorable town if 'Waldo has become Agency, this week was calling on greatly appreciate the support you ; {
Grade-Mrs. R. F. Demo- ?
State First comments from the State
Li Educational Board on Smith points out that dry office, i a traders paradise following the business firms and explaining low gave the administration program r
>I 1 Miss Mildred Morgan.
bus rest and there be
a similar
routes there will be sevehanges weather has hurt the corn crop in Second, Grade-Miss Nona Ha- worked out may in Putnam plan I appointment of a committee of the ered express rates which became during the session just closed I a

OIIe and the elimination some sections of the state, and in Miss Martha Groover Miss which la without a demonstration County, Citizens' League to build up a system effective July 10. feel certain the people of the coun
or more on account of the zen. of barter whereby labor and Mr. Harvey said: try generally realize that more ,
been done
others much dams.3e.h.aa Ken- r
bile Lucille Edwards, Mrs. George agent at this time. j
limit.
commodities might be exchanged.All : "The new tariff represents quite beneficial legislation was passed at
1Is\ by borers and budworma. With Mrs. Inez Frank Highsmith f' J
,hoped parents will try to everything on the upturn there la iy, persona residing in and about reduction In rates over the old this session of Congress than ever
cbJldren In school regularly on Increased demand Harmon Morgan. Governor Will Appoint Waldo who need farm hands, carpenters In some instances more than fifty before In,the nation's history.,
t likely to be an Grade-Harry'Sapp, :Miss
J?be able of the short term so they for corn and other feeds this win Estelle Third Davis, Miss Gladys Plum- School Board Member truck drivers, etc., and per cant,.and covers a large number "For the part you played In these P '
to make their grades not wish to pay for their labor In produce of commodities aa) shown In the remarkable accomplishments I i is
ter. Farmers who do plan now Marvin Frink Miss Debbie
t- find them- mer next few and commodities, are urged to southern classification. The same want you to know that I am personally
for enough feed may Leonard Johns. Within the Governor
Level Chureh- selves next winter In need of feed Phillips Colored, applicants who received Dave Sholts ls expected days to announce get In touch with B. F. Stove, or J. applies to traffic to or from points grateful. With best..wishes ;
Smithdeal members of the com- In tile State east of the Chattahoo- I am Sincerely,
To Hold Revival and without the money with which certificates were: a member of the Bradford
mittee. chee River
moving between seventeen J. A. PARLEY
to buy It. Mr. Smith explained. Second Orade-M. Alberta, Mc- County School Board ,to take the -
& principal shipping and receiving Cbairman"S
nning next Monday, night Especially did he urge the plantIng place of J.,T. Moore who resignedthis FLOUR TAX POSTPONED points, and all points within a .
Iver.Third sf
17, a of for hay, and of sorghum William week. Mr Moore's '
revival cowpeas Grade- Slogan ; resignation Merchant. of Starke
, meeting will be- are pleased radius of 240 mllea. AWAY ON VACATION ; ,
end continue for hay and silage this sum: Roosevelt L. Smith Carrie Simmons came as the result of the nepotism to
two weeks at announce to consumers In this "The new rates will mean a largt Mr. and Mr*. Charles Imbach.
IIItLevel Church four miles westrjjrke mer. He also explained that coun- Grace Campbell. Census Cox, bill, and It U also understood vicinity that the tax of 11.38 per saving to patrons In thla section who have charge of the Rachel t till+r j

Butler road The pas- ty agents and farmers have demonstrated Geneva Hobbs. : that he expects) to move to Plant barrel on flour, which was) expectel and will no doubt result in Increased Shoppe left ,this week on a two t +

tuJr* church will be assisted that cane tops make good -a ''I City In the near'fature. to go Into effect this week baa business for the Starke office" weeks' vacation to be spent with I
meeting by Eld.: roughage. They may be saved either PRIEST TAKES OVER STATION In accordance with a. request been for
E.
L. postponed
CillenW thirty days. relatives In Georgia and Alabajna.purtng .
Of flnsacola'! gs gas- wha:comes .aa silage or as dry roughage.f'armers'D EL C. Priest last Saturday took from the Governor's office, Lawtey They are urging buyers to lay in a LAWTEY LIGHTS ARE OUT i their absence" Misses Beatrice -: '
Florida have been of Louie's Service; Station trustees named .
recommended as an old Urn West charge .three .men,.whom supply.-while-they can, get It with At a meeting of the city council Johns and Myrtle Strickland
'. In saving them as at the corner of Walnut and Madison they considered: &
preacher successful eligiblefor board
el and singer- .. quite out paying the extra fee. Tuesday night all street lights in assisted by Mr.: Geiger.-'owmer of I, '?r S f.
! Bong *rvice wUl. start silage in Inexpensive siloa. Streets having' recently boughtup membership. These names were Lawtey were discontinued tor the the store Ww have charge of this ,
dy can be the lease on the bunding. The endorsed the t
at home use by
for County Democratic V -
7:30: pm and P'e1- Feed crops Barley the principal farm present because of lack of funds.Mall popular Shoppe. V
4"8:15: p.D1, planted on land taken out of cot name of the station will be chang'ed. Executive Committee and product of Cirenasla much sought I .

Ia1 inVitation If the acreage abandonmentplan Mr. Priest said as soon as a. sept to Governor BhoJtfc. who wUi malsUrs la. ,
I1J to U extended ton. Europe aDd Eng and toys; la PaJeatlM 1t91n '. J.QoQwtQA are v n: trQuJIlflQma: R
attend these service. goes Into ef/ ct new one has been decided upon. make .the final selection.a... land. J .. the yarn for their coats. in the Polar regions.





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'' ZIFF RAIFORD HAMPTON BOOTSEY'S BEACH VANDERBILT Lot 2,, 4, B, 8, 7. R. 9. 10 11 ,_ -,
11 of: Block 18 Stew River
Bed Keroe, Cor. Ce.. In EH of NEVi of Seo. 21
yA' '' a Lewi Or.Kid. : .... Ad. ttlmmtu, ee. L. G....... Cr. Carrie Bell Nermaa. t ______
# +1n. 7 III.! ".!. Mac dl of 8 14 6 10 Wiggins Bro. __
Lan i 7,88, ..
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11. l I of Block 14 New

C1'{ and Mlnzle BOllin.. Incroaaee Mrs. Mattle .Ward has recentlyhad Many youngsters last Monday Miss Era Smith of Graham is River In EH of NEVi of
J. H. Kelley Seo. 18 and WH of NWVi-14 6 20 Wiggins Bro. ..
Groover attended church at Shady Local merchants noted a alight as her guests, Mr. and Mrs. morning were glad when the Law- spending this week with Misses Lot. 2, 8, 10, II, 11 of Block -- .--- I

&n Grove Saturday and Sunday. Increase in business from the mid- Bishop Surrency of Hawthorne. tey school opened its doors, and a Mattle and Corra Belle Norman. NEW 16 \New of Sec River.13 In and EV4 WH of

:Mian Selma Starling of Alachua dle of the past month until Saturday Marshall Matchett visited his successful term Is wished for them Miss Debris Bloodworth returned of NWVi_______________14 S 10 Wiggins Bros.

and Monday of this week.A sister, Mrs. Inez Morrow, of Plant aU. Our school here was consolidated home. Sunday from spending a''' All 12 Blocks, 28 New 17, River 18, 19, In 20 EV4 27. -------.. !

grandparents. slight raise In cross-tie pricesIs City, last Sunday. with the Lawtey school six week with her aunt, Mrs. Ellen of NEVi of Sea 13 and
s WH of NWVi___________14 6 20 Wiggins
l k Bros.
j bringing "tie children Barber of Jacksonville.Mrs. .
s. q Thomas. i more choppers"back Miss Margie Johns and Misses years ago and the are Lot 6-or Block 14 New River -- ----- I

I A ;"P' r Mr. and Mrs. Rastus Mann ands to be employed by tie dealers, Edna and Eleanor Harrison, who transported by bus dally. This Ellen Barber, Mrs. Mattie and 1y of NEVi of Sec.
and a new colored be gives each the of and J. B. and 13 WH of NWVi_____14 0 20 C. A. .Johu.__ __
Misses Thelma and Mildred: Mann family can have been visiting at Lake Worth, child opportunity McCleuaghan son, Lot 2. 8 of Block 84 New. h --.-_ !
4 y} pent Sunday at LaCrosse with Mr. noted in till still quarters at returned to their home here thla a good state accredited Junior high daughter, Juanita, of Jacksonvillewere River In EH of NEWg of

r t and Mrs. Harley Shaw. Knabb's place now and then and week. school which we find are far supe- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. All clock 16 ex WH: Lot I New.U 6 20 WI.lrlna Bros. -- -" '- t

Colman and A. Z. Padgett were farmers are employing a few extra I Mrs. Josephine Sullivan had as rior to the so-called "common F. M. Norman Sunday. River In EH of NEVi of

1'1'' a ,visiting at the Tung Oil Farm Sun- men, with all of this.put togetherIt her guests last Sunday her son and school. Fred Halsllp and Arthur McRae Lot Bee.6.13 8,and 10. 11 WH, 11 ofN of Block WVi-14 6 20 Wiggins Bros ---. I

f amounts up to quite a few extra family of Miami and her grandson. Much benefit Is being derived by of Corinth were visiting In this section -' 16 New River In EH of

+ day.Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stokes of nickels in our little business area. Carlus Summers of Lulu. i iCoatsie the relief at Sunday afternoon.R..m..mb. NEVi Sec 13 and WH, of
,
community cannery NWtS _____________ _---14 8 10 Wiggins Bro.. .
r r y the Tung Oil Farm were visiting Rlgdon and Geraldine Lawtey. A large supply of vege- ..r A revival TyiAHno- will Lots 1. 3. B, 7, 8. 11 Of HIOCK n. --.- Z

y'niP Mr. Stoke parents, Mr. and Mrs. Strawberry Resetting Hall were .visiting: in Ocala last tables are being canned that other 1 begin at Water Oak Church Sun- NRV 27 New, of Sec.River 23 In and E%'W of

., Bert Stoked Sunday atiernoon.Mrs. A few of the local truck growerscan Sunday. wise would be wasted, and we are day night and last for a while NW% _J-14 6 10' Wiggins Bro.

,, Howard Mott spent Satur- be seen resetting strawberriesfor Miss Mary Mast of Ocala is Visiting very glad that the people In this everybody ia welcome to attend. Lot 13 of 1S Block, 6. 7,28 9,New 10. 11 River, 12. '-. t

day night at the home of her next year's patches. The ma here this week. She was formerly community as well as others are The young children of this community In EH of NE'4'of Sea 11

father, Eld. J. M. Kelley jority, however, are getting land a resident of our town, and allowed such wonderful opportu- are proud to start to Lot and 11 WV4 of of Block HW'4U"90' New B 20 Wiggins Bro. __ --- J

y Henry Shaw was a business vlsl- Into shape for an early patch as it has many friends here who are always school. The teachers Misses Mattie River. In E M.of. NEH of

..tor to Little Springs during the Is not yet regular strawberry set glad to see her. nity.Funeral services for Jesse Rob- Norman and Lillie McRae, hope All Sec Block IS and 81 ex WM Lots of NWVi-14 14 6 6 20 Wlglns Bros. ..__ '- :

t1 weekend.Tom ting time. Rev. F. M. Taylor and family, i Ison were held in Savannah, Ga., | they will teach a successful termof New River In EM, of 1111y\
+ Mills, Getzen Parker R. P. Every patch of last year's plants who have been visiting relatives in school. of Sec. 23 and WVi of

Lewis and R. T. Osteen of Brooker that we have looked over yet are Ohio, returned to their home here Wednesday was an, June uncle 28th.of Mrs.Mr.L.Robinson M.- Bill O'Neal of Miami Is visitinghis Lot NW 13% of-Block.-82 New 14 8 20 Wiggins Bro. ._____ I,

;9 were in our section Friday. mighty fine and show that there this week. The report a pleasant Murrhee of this place and had been parents, Mr. and Mrs. O'Neal River In EVfc of NEU of
Sec 23 and VfA of NWV.24All 6 20 Wiggins
Howard C., S. will be no shortage for Bros-------_
H. H. strawberry
J. H. Kelley, trip.M. i In poor health for a long while. of this section. Block 83 ex Lot 0\ New 1,
Kelley, Henry Shaw and T. D. Dyal plants for the coming season. L. Watterson arrived at his River In EU of NKV. of
visitors to Starke Growers have been favored with We are sorry to report crop conditions Sec. 23 and WV.> of NWV.-24 8 20 Wiggins Bros. _
business ,
: were home here this week after a busi- Every traveler changes cars, All Block 43 ex Lot 11 New I
II :Monday. ft few showers lately that were Just ness trip to Kentucky. here poor because of a long boat or airplane at Chicago. River' In EW: of NEV of
drought and rain is neededat Sec, 23 and W'A. of NWVi24All II 10 Wiggins Bros.. __.
Miss Ruby Shaw, Louis and J. R. what the berry plants needed. Not The young people here attendeda a good Block 44 ex Lotll E. t, 4, -- I.
y Shaw were visiting their grandparents often enough that the grass watermelon cutting at the home the present time. Farmers here Charter No. T.IHKrOHT B, 6, 7. 8 New River In
and Mrs. J. B. Thomas couldn't be kept under control and are unable to plant sweet potatoesand OF THE CONDITION, OP EV. of NEU of Sec. 23
:f34 Mr. of Prof. L. H. Futch of Lbwtey last THE HANK! OF HTAHKK
the ana WV4 of NWVi______14 ft. 20 Wiggins Bro*. .
s; Sunday afternoon. enough rain to keep the ground Friday evening. planting season will soon At Starke. Florida All Block 46 ex Lots 2, 8, .

L. O. Lewis, Cliff Kelley and wet. J. H. Home and family, who be past. 19:3t: clone of buBlnes June 80th, 5.16. 7, 8 New River InE'
1. ,4J 14 of NEVi nf Sec 23
r.. Fred Shaw attended church at have Mrs. Fletcher Butler of Plant R"oar. ana of ___ _
I? ; been located in the Saxon res- WM NWVi ___ *4 8 20 WlllflJln Bros,
4"n. Brooker Sunday night. Repairs Store, Adds SignE. idence on Main Street, have removed City Is spending some time herewith I.oann Overdraft and Dh.count.Un.221.20_ NW<4 of SE:<4_____________27 8 20 40 C. 13. Andrews._ !v
Vj
g, 143.25 of NWJ4 and SV4 of
i1'2 A large crowd has been attending D. Yelvington wall busy the to the L. J. Wynn residence her sister, Mrs. C. E. Craw- County and Municipal NWN WVE _-_. ,,--__--27 S 20 120 D. W. Kelley__

,!]., the revival meeting at Dedan past week touching up dull spots on Church Street. ford.Misses Securities Bonds __deposited__________with_____ 89500.00 SR'-i,{j'' of of NEW S lW'4-and SYi of 28 5 20 80 D. W. Kelley., iv I

a 4 h Church which closed Wednesday around his general merchandisestore. The Hampton Baptist Sunday Geneva, Juanita and Ina State Treasurer for I'll'of' %.____________18 5 20 80 Eugene Bryan 19 I
night. Mr. Yelvington has paintedthe Hilliard of Woodlawn spent Sunday Stockholder* Reserve Lot 3 and 84 of Lot 4 and .
school enjoyed their annual picnicat here the Fund __________________ 8000.00 NVi of Lot 10___________81SEM S 20 160 Federal Land Bank o(
of Misses Martha
inside walls and celling of the Hampton Lake last Thursday guests Banking House, Furniture Columbia .

building a beautiful white, which evening from four to seven. More and Effie Crawford. and Fixture. ______ 7500.00 : nf NW....4_____________S3NK'4 S 20 80 Mr*. F. I... Colson-- !6
; Other. Heal Estate Owned 34,181.20 of NEV4 ._38 5 20 40 Eugene Bryan j
54 EVERGREEN adds to the appearance of the business than seventy were present, and all Rudolph Chism and Carnie Yar- Claim and Other Resource f>KV. of NEJ( _-____ .________83 S 20 40 Ell.o Wilson .. 1
I a great deal. report a brough of Little Springs spent Sunday ________________ 1,490.14 EK. of 8Wf of SW%, and I
pleasant evening. Cash on Hand and Due RKVi' of SWVi____ --_____S3NWVi 6 20 60 Alfred Thomas .
r, Str. V, A. nocler Co*. He is also planning In the near Mrs Josephine Sullivan, who has here with A. J. and Robert from Banks _,__ 7,460.25 ex 10 A In SW Cor..S4 5 20 150 Eugene Bryan !II l
future to repaint the old firm name been in Miami for several months Crawford Credit In Federal Re- SEVi __________-________34SEVJ S 20 160 "M. F. &: Lawrence Wig.

I, sign on the front of the store and returned to her home this week. Mrs. Mary Reddish attended the Account nerve Bank* ____for____Tru_____t 7,862.14 and 8<4 of NE'488 6 20 240 Empire Bin -_Lumber_ ___-- Co 6 S E1

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding of when finished will add greatly to annual meeting at Oak Grove Credit In Atlantic Na- NWV. of NEVi-____________ 1 7 20 40 Empire Lumber Co_ 1 I
1 NWVi ___ __________.._ 160
Church tional Bank for. TrustAccounts 2 7 20 M. F. &: Lawrence Wig.
his the near first
the State Farm were visiting store's looks. Macclenny last ______________ 1,000.00, Tina ----- _. fi f
ti mother, Mrs. H. Redding Sun- r Sunday.A Cash In Bank for Trust All ex NWM of NWH______ 1 T 20 600 3. a. Howard.. 2))'

;I day. Locals TIIERESSA large crowd from here attended Account ______u______ 15,074.31 8ESfR'rtF.HHo.t8'W:: ; :: of
180
U. 8. Liberty Bonds for -- 4 7 20 :J. S. Howard.._ 6
Mlsse Pauline and Juanita Rosier Two parties the past week were a fodder pulling and dinner at Truer, Account .___..__ 10865.28 WV4! of NWW_____________ 4 7 20 80 V. V. Haxen__ i
were visiting Mlaaes Mildred given at the homes of two popular I Mlw Rhoda Zclclcr./ Cur.Mrs. the home of S. H. Thompson In. Profit and Lon_________ 20,537.43 WV4 NEVi of SWVi-.;..._-__ 5E 4 7 T 20 20 160 80 L.V. A.V. Brown.Haaen._.__ i 1

q' ; and Joyce Norman Saturday after- young ladies of this town. The first Woodlawn one day last week. Total ...____________1326,33&.21 ... of SEy--------------- BLots 7 20 80. L. A. Brown.___ 1
last Monday night at the home of B. L. Varnes and children, Charles Gasklns of Starke and Liabilities I 8, 9 In, 10.SE. 11.Cor 12Afrc of--_NEVi,_6 T 20 400 Unknown ... __ 14
noon.Miss
n r' Doris Reddish of Water Miss Madeline Tompkins, and last Mrs O. A. Thrower, and W. T. Miss Janet Carter of Little Springs Capital Stock Paid In___ .f 15.000.00 of SWVi_ ___ S T 20 1 UnUknown ___ __
k. : Oak la visiting her sister Mrs. Cohen Zeigler and son, W. T. Jr., of Jacksonville were visiting the former's mother Surplus Fund ________--_ 19,000.008tockholdere 2 Aerrs. In SB Cor of SWVi\
Thursday ,
night, one was given at Statutory of 8W'4____. __________. 8 7 20 a M. P. Matheney. ._
Peele. the home of Miss Georgia and Walter Whitten and Mrs. Jean Uaaklns, Sunday eve- Liability Reeerve Fund a.ooo.oo EV4 nt Fracl Blk B ex W.

,, Mr. and Mrs. Schellle Rosier Both affairs were well Sterling Alderman of Lakelandwere Depoelta. ____._ 181,457.03 164 ft. Ward City 8 T 20 E. M. Haien____
KellY'j ning.Mr. : Bill Payable with Reconstruction Lots 5 9, 10. 11 of Block T
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill and everyone had a real visiting Mrs. Thrower's sister, and Mrs. Carl Milliard and Finance Ward: City------------- 8 '7 20 R. T. Osteen___ J
Stringfellow in Starke Saturday ioned good time with Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and family, Sun- children of Woodlawn, Mr. and Corporation _-______-__ 63.577.44 Lots 82, 18, 24. 25, 26 of -
l' moonlight Mrs. J. Trust Deposits .._......_ 84,301.74 Blk 8, Ward City________ 8 7 20 E. M. HaienMr ____ 1
night rights and mosquitoes playing a day.Master Roy Quinn and sons, Tom Lot 8. 8 of Block
Miss Lois Overstreet was visiting leading part. Thomas Zeigler of Jack- Overstreet and children of Ever- Total ---____________$320.386.21 10 .rd5'criyT.-: -_--_ 8 7 20 *. S. E. Mott.._

(; Mrs. Frank Crews Monday aft- Miss Doris Moore la spending a sonville is visiting his grandparents green were visiting Mr. and Mrs. STATE COUNT OF OF BRADFORD FLORIDA, "".1 Lot City 11_of____Block_______11___Ward____ 8 'I 20 M. P. Matheney._
ernoon. week or two with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. R. N. Crawford Sunday afternoon. I, C. L. Stockwell conservator. of Lots 2, 6 of Block 13 Ward
relatives and
i Mr and Mrs. A; B. McGlloray, Mrs. Mary Reddish has returnedto the above-named Bank, do solemnly City 8 'I 20 M. P. Mathony. ._
friends In Tampa; she is expectedto swear that the above statement I Is Lots 7. 8 of Block 13 Ward
return home the latter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Vernon, Mac the home of her son, W. :M. Red- true to the beet of my knowledge City _______________.8 'I 10 Mr*. Mary Hobb_

$ AVER WORk next week, when she will accept part a McGllroy and Carrie McGlloray, all dish, after spending several days at and to official belief I i and notice I that to It report I* In reiponne by the Lot8 City _of____Block_______16___Ward_____ 8 'I 10 R. T. Osteen___
; of South Miami, are visiting Mrs.McGiloray' Little Springs, the guest of her Comptroller of Lots 3. 4A10ofBlock 10
position as teacher with
the Mid-
t NERVES parents, Mr. and Mrs. sons, Drew and Ury Reddish. C. U e8 :MCVEtlda.Con..rvatol': \ Ward City-------------- 8 1 20 L. R. dalney..____ .m :
way school faculty.Mr. Lot 3 of Block 22! Ward
fl' a and Mrs. John S. Fish of C. A. Youngblood.Tate Subscribed and sworn to before City __________ _____.__ 8 T 10 Q. H. Parker._____ -
..J''t .... Denmark of Starke Aven New York haa more duck farms me this 10th day of July, 1933 Commencing 560 ft K of
Macclenny have moved here to I D. E. KNIGHT SW Cor of SEVi of HWVi
Sapp of Mulberry and JImmie than any other state. Public. and run ic100ft.N110
make their home while Mr. Fish is Notary
Swindell were visiting the latter' ft, W 100 ft, 8 210 ft to
: employed as principal of our b..",. Bounded K: by J. A.
1 yhi school. Mrs. Fish will teach sister, Mrs. John Jordan, and family DICE'! Abbot residence. lot___.._ 8 7 10 M. P. Matheney. .
else- at Putnam Hall Saturday SEVi of SEV4' lees road.-_ 0 7 10 38 L. R. Oalney...__ ___ __
where in the county. night. Notice U hereby given that the following! described. lands will be sold SEVi Of SEV*-102W 7 20 40 M. F. & Lawrence Wig.
Misses Pearl and Ruby Roberts at pUblla auction on the FIRST MO DAY: IN AUGUST, 1833, It being the gins ____ ___ ? 11 l
A
Miss Leona Thomas, Clyde 7th day of laid month before the C urthouse i4nB''r" of SWVi ot
were friends > Door at Starke, In Bradfordth..of }.
visiting here Sunday road_14 7 20 3 F. C. _
Holllngsworth
County State of
I Brown, Miss Onlta Thomas and Florida or 10 much aa will be necessary to pay SWVi, nf NWVi ex road and
the
afternoon. amount due for. taxes net the
with the
oppoalt same together costC.
cousin Brady Holder, all of Brooker of uch Bale and advertising.of ex SVi A 8 of road on W
Sam Andrews of Lake Butler A. KNIGHT, Tax Collector. side .-14 7 ?0 88 H. F. Warren____ l
I 'spent the week-end here aa the were visiting at the home of NEVi, of NEVi?_________158E 7 20 40 11(. F. & Lawrence Wig0 -/ .
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clarke, recently.HIGHLAND n..rl.UoD Sea Taxea Kin .______
: guest of his brother, E. B. An T R A Owner Costa I <4, [ NEVi, ex 5 A N of

drews. SEVi of SEVi____________34 S 19 40 T. K. Rime_________._I 14.80 road .-_- .-_..__.__15 7 10 J5 F. C. Hollingsworth.u l|
aI' of NW4 and N4} of E of NWV4 of SEVi._____16 7 20 10 Unknown ____ _'___
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins NE'4 of SWVi__________. 1 7 19 100 Mrsv Polly P. until iiivw_. 34.99 All SEVi, of NEVi, N of road. 7 20 B M. F. & Lawrence Wlgaln -
and Mrs. Ira Young were in Lake FJ\\ of NEVi of NEVi_____.13 7 19 20 I. W. Plnholater, Jr.. _._ 7.74 Beginning at a 858 ___ ___._.
Butler afternoon SE'4 of NKV4----?-------13 7 19 40 If Mathney________ 14.30 point ft
Monday business I W
of
on flW\4\ of 8KV4___._____._25 5 20 40 H. Li. John_____ _____ 8.91 NE Cor of NWVi
and visiting with friends M. K. Crews Cor. SEVi'of 8KVi--_.-__-______25 B 20 40 Bank of Starke: __?______ V.91 and 488 8-3 run ft W to on NW Sea Cor line of
of Nl4 <
NWV and E
4 ot
Miss Irene of Lake Butler .
Spires NWVt and SWV. r/f of H" of NWVi. thence 9mile
UP TO your" ..r. faN w4ieb1 was a pleasant visitor here Mon and NEW" of IW NEVi and Sy to 8 line of said I
vmer nT' at high tension. R. M. Riggs and son of Jackson- NU sU of SW nNWVi and NWtt, thence E 488 1-3 ft,
wonder yoa sna at tL* wife day afternoon. ville were business visitors here of SEViHid I-Iof( thence N to beir ........17 7 10 10 Mr. T. P. Ward. ||
at UM cJaI1dND.> Carl Crews was laid up several Friday.R. 8WV4 of HR14----------__86 5 20 280 It. L. John....__________ 71.10 B W'Ii Acrea' of SW In 8V&% of of NWVi Lot 2E.__of__17 7 10 30 Mr.. S. A. Foxworth
Wit. NWVi\ of NWVi ex E 146 I-S
IH
q b tmtl Orwrworkadarrvs days last week, and was very sick L. Crews and family of Starke yd* and N'ii! of BWV of Ry and N of River-18 7 20 B Empire Lumber Co.
may. toad to SlsaplaftaMSV for a part of the time, but Is now NWV4 ex E 146 SEVi of NWV4-.?_23 7 10 40 Unknown __
I spent Thursday here with relatives. and ofNWx14.: RH: of 8E<4 of SEVi ___13 7 10 10 Unknown ____.
Nsrroosj Haadacha, Nan* able to be out again and back at Mrs. Ely of 8BV4 t 1 20 60 Mrs. W. E. Yarbroug-h.._ U.""7 EH: of NEVi;; and SWVi of
J. B. Carruthers of Jack- 1H acre In NW "or of 8ty"of
/M kiMtlxMUoa ...s. Sort 8fatiar the garage.' awof\ 8WV4 N. of NEW ex road.-----_!._24 7 10 lift Unknown ... -._
sonville visited her sister Mrs. J. NEVi\ of SEVi' : ____________24 7 10 40 Unknown ___ .
Uirtarbaaoa Road
unpleasant ( *. Employes here of the State 3 and W of and 1 I 10 3 P; W. Kelley_______ :1.58 WVi of NWW of SWVi and '
tVm1 T. Marr. Tuesday. 8V4 of SWVi, of \
try Dr. M1WWarrMatvl
Wy TOO Farm are taking turn about and Cecil Hardee NW\\4 of 8W4 and ** of SWVi of SWVi__ .w..._14 7 20 60 Unknown _____ _
.
IftwrlM TaUstat spent the week-end SW .. of SWjJ\ _________ ,o 80 E[. H. Moody-------____ 19.91 Commencing at 8R Cor of
fast .... tn half *UM aC are getting fro mthree days to a in Starke with William Crews. NEV4 of SWW8V \ -___________ 1 6 10 40 H. L. John.._____ ___. 8.11 Sec.line 14 and run W on Sec.
a ylaaisnt. paxk* week off from their daily duties at Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson M. of SWVi ot, SEVi____ 6 10 20 Frank Steln.r--?___ '7.81 E 100 chn, N 20 chna.
= drinkM SKVi' of 8E\4_ ______.._ 100 chna to Seo. line,
__
10 _
Me&StlNiRVINfr that Institution vacation. 6 10 40 Unknown __ ________ 8.91
as a 8 to chn to bea. .
Griffin were visitors to Jackson- NEVi lee. --"----11 6 20 1118 Frank Steiner ________ U.U ; _14 7 10 100 C. B. Robert___ --
.
f itC Bear 440 yds 8 of NW Cor
.4z .sDr. of
M ov n.rva. Miss Vera Cole of the Midway ville All EH ot S of pub
t Yfea' Nsrwlw. II Thursday. lic road __ ___.._.-11 .0 Sec IS and run E 458 yde,
saw section came here Saturday to be ? 10 W. T. Turne._______ 111.18 8
1320 W
Mr. and Mrs. Max Wimberly and SWVi\ __________ yds. 458 yd*. N
II
: rrr.s 1n. twe tomeUgl3Mse.thblg .. uAof S 10 80 fnknown ___ __ ____ 11.811
1320 *
? yd to
a resident for the next eight B 8WV4\ the pt of beg-2S 1 20 120 The Georgia Loan
Mils Freddy Wimberly of Starke -- -- 11 6 10 80 W. T. Turner_______ 111.31
..... Ilea TabId. D dI... 8WU of NW% and all I Trust Co. .____- .-
.. ..... elf..... months while she will be a member visited relatives here Tuesday. NWVi\ of NWV\ South of NE'i and EUJ of NWVi and
of the local school faculty. graded road leas N8.!% of SWU and Nu. of
tae at yev .... ban Cleavy Griffin of Bunnell Is visiting road
i right of way,__________,.l2 6 30 18 Frank 8telner _____ 11I.71 1I"! 14 and SEV4 of SEVi\ -
his sister, Mrs. W. E. Con- 8EV of BEV4.-_.__ 400 A. Also beg 6O chn
11 6 10 40 __ _
------- Unknown _______ 14.!8
I Itl \ The cherry trees of Washington, verse. NEVi of SW4.! ___.___-__11 S 10 40 Mr. Mary. E. Turner.5.A 1 W of SB Cor of See. 25

t t. 'J I t .c J [ t D. C., were a gift to the city from Mrs. H. C. Wimberly Harry 8Wft EV4 of of 8WU 8WM\ and----W--_17V4__A_14 30 40 R. 8. John._____ 8.11 and 40 chn run, N W 10 on chn.Sec., E!line 40 '

n 6! the city of Tokyo.Shreveport. Wimberly, Miss Patty Wimberly of W4 of 8EM.: _..__14 6 SO IT Frank Steln.r-----___ 14.12 chn. 8 10 chn to be.- '
\, ot 8W14_____________ So A. Also beg at point -
{ 14 6
fTlJ f and Bobby Davis spent Sunday in All Nfo\4\ of NEV4 8 ot Ry 10 60 R. A. Or..n________ 8.11 60 chna W of NE Cor of
La., has America'slargest Starke with Mrs. Nelson T. Green. .and Su of NBU and 8EV4\ Seo. 2S and run 8 1539 ft
airport.l3't and 8E>4 of Bw'415' 1 10 aoo ... W 134 ft. N 1539 ft, E
_
R. A.
01' ____ 10.TO
f, Mrs. W. A. Bessent of Starke and All SH of Lots 1112, a 134 ft to the point of

!' i 8W of 8EU SEVi
and
'.j Wake Quarels and Miss Dorothy Russ of of SW a of Rr........._8V4_.10! 20 IS Putnam Lumber Co._ n.n I and 8WV4 of SEVi __16,. 10 100 The Georgia Loan 8
Up Your Liver Bile Bartow !lID"! of NF 41 and SE4 i __9t 1 Trust. Co.
r were visiting friends here 10 100 D. W. KeUey______ 68..18 HV4 ot -----
N Of NS \4__________ S 10 10 R. A. Oreen______ 11.5 1 SEVi, and BW% of .
Wednesday.Mr. 111 REV .
_
} N of 8W140/8E4-\ __? 6 10 10 Hannah Wllllam._____ 1.43 --_ __84 4 11 110 John Qrlffl -
and Mrs. E.: Prescott and ---- --------__._9 20 110 D. W. XelleJ'-" __ ".99 I SH NWU of 81914._------ ___36 4 11 80 Mr*. Heater Sapp
8 K-t of NWi4 A In of NEi and EH of
-Without Calomel' son, Frederick, were In Lawtey c.ct; SWH of NE4__________ _
f Saturday. NNy4'of NE Cor NEyE for and Nlio__.of..1) ( 20 tB.. J. & J. 8. Kelley_ :l0.!1 SH of NEVi of NWVi and :t 5 It 80 J. 8. Rosier___

... ........---..aa 20 110 Frank Steiner __ 11.10 I Wtt of Sro of NWVit S 11 40 John B. Rosier.
S Fracl Block 4 New River NH? of NH of NWVi\ _____>.. 1 t 11 40 tfrm Hester Sapp. -
And You'll Jump Out of Bed H Uil bOe b..*..-...Crasly.: r***.... In Ej of NE" of Sec. 13 8" of WH of T 24Ey4 ytS
and WV4 of NWVt,____..14 1 10 NE% ___ 11 IS Lawtey State Bank -
..adIpot.. It jet beep Y W...... Wiggins B..ol. _____ 1.011 of"Nwvjm
NEH
1j PINE HILLIL Fracl Block a New River __._11 B 11 40 J. a. Orlffl___. "
ia the Morning Ruin'to Go 0.. blotto Up !"-* sew****. Tea saws a In E<4 of NRV4of: Seo. 13 EH of NWVi of NWH .x I

Wok bad.....aa4 yew Meta h.....*Ueiua and WH of HWIi.U. R 5 10 Wiggins Bro. ____ 1.011 A that In portion 8E Cor Sand and .x that
W
L. Lot. 1. of
c Garrett Cor. 6 of Block New
If you' feel soar and sunk and the breaks eat .. bl a.h -. TOT fe4aches River In Eof NB4! of public! road and NW>4 of

p ,world look punk don't swallow a lot wt re.>feel tern...eau. Tew...... B.. 13 and W% of NWU-14 SO Wiggins B..o.. __ :I.U NEM of NWVi\< and NH of

3 of salta, mineral "water, oft. laxative: aysar.h......... Alvin Parker of North Carolina Lot New 6.River 10 It,In It EH of Block of NEV4' SWVi SH of of NEVi NE>4 of, ex NWVi--2S 1\A for S 11 19 Mr*. B H. Damon .

eaady or chewing gum and expect 1..u..oI4CABna..UTrLaUTD la visiting this section and he will of B.o. 11 and WH, of church IS B 11 tH.. S. Norman----- "

tbera. to mak you suddenly' sweet FrLL8.te.g-tia.MUn. ....%..taAVrlag make this his home. Lot NWW 17 4 of_Block_.____-_?New_14 10 Wiggins Bro. __ I.u 8H SWMi of SE4 ex\ 1 of A NW'4 led Cor.

and buoyant and full of sunshine. freely sad mOt.re...*!"..an4.*." Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garrett were River In KM of NE" of of TiWVi 8EI41w-

For they can't do It. They" only They _tale woeaerial.vegetable berets. sew visiting Rev. F. M. Garrett Sunday Seo. II. 1.and 3. WH 4. B,of NWV4-34 11 \of S 20 Wiggins B..o.. __ 1.11S 1 A 8W14 In NW of Cor of 8W4, of lUlU O. W. Walnwrlghtii -

aeo.. the bowel and a mere movedoesn't _.....*.........b**H_.. afternoon.Mr. Lo.ft1..J c 10 New Jiv. In 8 W% ----_ -____** I 1 Frank Morgan ._-
_t ret at the cause. The _Id..the Me flow frwly.But and Mrs. J. M.. Todd and Eta of NEU" of Seo. 13 8E SEVi{ of of SHU NV54! *? .___,____.__t5 I 40 Frank MorganIt _,-..-
and WH of ftWYt .14 < It \ and NH otswvi
ii lesson for:your -.D feeling ...."ask for.ver pffl*. ...rewc....... family were in this section Sunday. Lot 7, 8 of Block -11---N.w--- Wiggins B"ol. ___ I.u BVy4 -'-___!/ I 110 Frank Morgan__-- ::=:
'; lit your liver. It should pour out two UUU LI-W Mia.Lsek he 1M MM c...-... Church services held every second Hirer In E:<4> of NBV of \ of W'4----------u II 11 40 W. K. Sapp -----:

c I 1t{ Pounds of Uquld bile Into your bowels Little Liver POte m tfc. t4 ....... Resea*. and fourth Sundays. Prayer Block Sec. 11 II and New WH River of NW'4.34 In RVt 10 WI..ln. B..o" __ 1.11S fftoVs'SKV-5!*-,_-----H IS I 11 11 30 10 O.Mrs.L.H.SappIt C Edwards__'_

.. ibti.......*...___ 0l1.lC..-.C. meeting every Wednesday. I of NRVt of 8.0. 13 and 8WH ot NTl'N of rood. -
night WH, ot NWja.) .-............4 It W".tu BI'O" and 1 A In N_ Cor of
LiAA 4 8E1i( of NW "'
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9 of NW", '.ur 8 A In NE w c.... Deer/plea II.... T It A 0", ... A l'.a.I Dewrlal.a e_. T R A Ow... A
SPEED :'0. and all NIi of 8W3% NEIL and run N about LO 23 Town of
N or branch.-----____ -27 6 1088 ft to center' of flllch' --tl
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w'4 of Reddish _______ ___ By "
8E of BW'4.-__of__SWy427___________ 6 6 11 11 20 40 Geneva Maud Thomas _____-___ as.OI ei. E running about: E 260 and! ft,W thence, thence! In' LO I., 2a ._______of_--_______36 5 21 Unknown ____________ 1a.1a ?

BW'4 of NWt4---- -______81 6 11 40 H. Waln..rllrht 11.81 a NE direction. along the '. .;tlloTo:; In fiI .--Il
L. John._____ _.:::
Institute Speaker NW'4 of NE%_.___________-S2 6 11.0 8.91 the center' of old ditch ._ __ _
nkinll' ESg of 3. A. 1Io171n.eworth11.31 It, III _______ ____28 5 22 Liu/e/ Thomas_____ 1.11
NW'4 of to
NWU the K line -
5.y. That Bank Failure. NM'4 of ;;%__..__________ 6 6 U 11 10 4" W.Mr.E.H. C. Edward._?__ 8.18 thence 8: to 1oJeurnpr; \of] NEW, s Lot East 29 of own Ry : Recs.-; ; ; ,
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Sapp____ .t
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Followed Business of NE$4 6 21 80 11.31 of said NEE., thence W I. III _______________ 5
26 22
EII..y Mrs. J. T.
W'4 of NW4 of NWU 8RPP ___________ 23.11 to beginning A. Alto --- Moor.________ 10.lr t''
6 11 10 LO 44 Town of Lawtey 'tl
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Geneva
Failures N Thomas _______ > I
y4 of NW3I----- 8.11 commencing SW' Cor '
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36 6 It 40 W. Eaat of By I in Sec..
NE of NEV,__________-,86, 6 III 40 Frank E. Sapp____?__ 11.81 of SWW of NEana run ." *' 54. IG --_____________ 13.'I''I
Morgan __
sEt4 of NW'4 ex W 10 A85 6 U 80 H. __-__ 11.81 K 828 yd. to a 'line Lot 48wn of
.CHICAGO, m.-Many appear to Nat of Lot 2 u. N1iI of SW% I. Edwarde----____ 8.02 thence N alongline 70 Ea.t of By In Sec. 28. ,

nil that failures occur only to 8 Xf 1: N11V! _corner______-of___NWy4_ 85 6 21 23 L. O. Norman.___ 1.0. yd of*.Bald W 823 SWW yd. to of W NEW lin*, 1 I' liy, {, Lot I., 49.11 _Town_______of___Lawtey__.-__1.. 5 2a 3. W. Robln.on_______ 1.1' 4'

I but the complete story oftlnees of NE% W of road and thence 8: to beginning- East of icy In Sec.. 18,

that failures of NEW vfC NW'4 .x S 440 ft 4 A. Mao beginning at ,. r y' r U, III _________________11 II U Fannie Robinson--- '1'' 3
shows and Eli of NW% of NE corner of NW' of Town of '
banks bare followed the NWU ex B 440 tt and SEW and run 8 185 ft. W LoJatO of By in Sec.; ; 7P
Hnnrlcan! wn of NWVt of 670 .. N 166 ft E 670 ft :11 ________ ___
I NWH 24. 2. 5 22 Unknown
___ ________ ...8
lures of business enterprises, aid and WH or SW',' of to beginning-9 A ... .24 7 21 66 Unknown __________ ...De SJj, of Lot 61 Town of P' p ;
NWU and KH of SWW \ SH of SEW of NWW and Lawl..y. Ea.t of Ity In
Dot been a cause of those fallKti of NWW .* N 160 ft and Eft A In NH of NEt,(, deeded M.c.. 28. 14 26__________ II .3
T* 3. T. Moore__________ ___ LIO ,i
1 Dr. Harold Stonier, National SEW' of NWW ex N 150 ft-86 S 21 138 Frank Morgran____, ___ 8969S by of Wm. Jo.ie*___..__54 7 It 76 C. I. Richard_______ 33.13 Lot. 18. H. li Ottu subdl.vlslon i
About NEW. NKW and NWf l
7 A In SFJ In __. t'
cornerof East Lawtey Uow..n Turpentine Co__ ...,
ucstlonul Director of the Ameri- NEW of NEW and ." NEW ------___ _-__-28 1 11 80 J. B. Prevatt..-_______ 36.10 N' of SW'4 of S9W and
SEW of platted EH of NEW of SEW,( and e7' % of NW14 or (SE4--94, II II
Association declared to David Durban________ 17.11
W'c c-: SEW of NEW.. ________25 1
1 uwiiers land* In n and Lot. -- 80frs.. Addle Hall...____ 14.66 Ey of IiIW'4 ur NE _____U 5 21 10 A. J' a Eleanor 8chn.lI. 18.11 ,
L recent: address here before the SWW of NEW.ex N ISO 1, 2, 8. 4 or Pracl Sec 26 7 21 168 Bank of Starke.____ 49.49 NK 01 SJiJ't of Sand j {

ft and ex beginning ISO SWW of SEW and WW of Lw of Nh.V4: ,( of SW ___.24 8 U to Federal Land Dank..___ '1."
t erlcan institute of Banking.It ft 8 of NW ecorner: of NWW SEW of of SE'8EI.U, and of T 21 50 C. C Blake__________. 14.48 BW, of SF % of 8Wt4-, ---24 II U ld W A. Ooodfellow_____ I."
WW
| that we have had more SWW\ of NEW: run S NEW of Sl: _. NWl,6, of NEW of N 1z--U II II 10 M. It, Warn.__________ 5.21
true 4-------- S3
|Sa 7 31
259 8.10 ft,, E 1434 ft. SO C. C. Blake.________ 14.46 6 A ratRu4 IMI
NWW of NEW: of NEE WN 101 : orSC: ? ,
1 In our banks than In the thence Northerly 818 7-10 of and is ;} '

mores number of other count ft, W 12(2 ft to beginning Commencing Ry -----on----8---line---.of--29 7 31 8 R. 8. Surrency ._______ 7.04 of 8 y4 .f N'VI4U II .2 19 Rosa I. JIannon_______ 111.01. rt
lit of a and EH of NWV of NWW of W line NEt4 of NE'. of N\Vt,41t, 6 U 10 C. e. (looter------------ 5." '

t ." be said. "It Is also true that SEW _--_-_-_--_-----_--38 21 9B Laurlce C. demons____ 40.69 of Ry right-of-way NEtS on cud WK of NE'4 of NW"----III. II U 10 J. S. Starling-----____? lO.n t1'f,: '
Beginning? 160 ft 8 ocorner NW N : a N of RE14 of '' '
run
HI have had more failures In drag of SWW of NEW 70 yd* to on a rlg-ht-of-way point of b.. Et4'NWoy4 18 II 12! 11 Ellen Ore..n.. ______-___ I.U
| stores, railroads, and and run 8 269 8-10 ft E alnnlngthence W 170 SEt4 Of 8WlEy\4 of0W1415 II U 10 C. L .. M. Dln..felder_ 1.11 {
t ,,M,grocery 1434 ft to right of ( ll
way, yd*. N 124 2-6 yd*. E 224 All SW4. of 8E\4\ of NW} j
.fBry other type of business en- thence Northerly 818 7-10 yd. to right-of-way, East or Klnw..l"y roal1.11 5 21 4 Unknown ______________ 1.le
the same time It must ft, W 1262 ft to beginning thence S on rlg-ht-of-way! SF4 of (AISt4, of AWE------211 II U 10 Wm Anet......________ Lea ''f'6 i
rise. At in SH of NEV ____.36 6 21 8 Maud Walnwrlffht 124 2-5 Rw of SFr'1 of .
___ 7.96 yds to beginning17 SI
s s Mrs. L. O. Barry_______ tie f8 ;jl'.1;
Eiald tbat we still have left after NE'iof SWW and W$4$ of Lot 8 of Block 9 in 8WI of S of nNW" LSW1 i
NWW "f SEW__________86 B 21 60 Willie '. : of '1'tof '
E.
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Green ____ 17.82 NEW 1 In Graham.9 7 31 __
j our failures, more drug stores, NH of SEW\ of SWW-----36 6 21 21 Eddie A. Green.. __..... 7.31 NEW' of NEH4 I.-. 16 'A. on E, Strickland __________ 6.46 1y,;\ _____________11I 5 U all C. }\VI111am.._________ 14." 1 '
Bore stores, more railroads SH' of SEW of SWW_______86 fi 21 21 N"% of NEy4 "f filW" "f
W. R.
I grocery Commence at NW.corne... Woodle....__.... 7.31 W side ot Uulley Branch.10 7 SI 24 Unknown ...___________ 11.08 of g t } }
banks than other __ NH' of NWW' of NEW and of NFnofWSL N
d more any of ___ __-85 5 U I
Block 4 of Hellbronn 8 A In NW corner' of \ 10 L. lL }ltou.ton_______ I."
on try." Sprlnv and run N 180 NEW of NE'W of Uul 544 A In NW corner of !

t ft, E-440 ft. B ISO ft, W Icy Branch' _________. .80 of NW'4 S of NE% W uf '
realize he said that 7 21
do not 28 H. D. Wasden__ t
people 443() ft to beclninng- SWW' of NW 4 and 8% otNW4 __..___ 13.7T By __ __-26 II 22 4 1':1.: Terry--------___ 1.11 tNW14 %

bare In excess: of 108 bank. right angle to and parallel \ of NWI,__________H 7 11 60 Mr. J. P. Dickinson.__ 6.46 .of NWy4of NWy___26 II U 10 Mr. Georgia Bapp_____ 15.11 t t '
with W'4 of of 8W'4 and
1 Rhlch bare been In existence over a public road ex Lot 1, 2 or Frat NEW and NE'-t of ,
1 lot in NW corner of Lot 8 or Fracl' NE!:>4 of aU NEVI NEt,4 of SW'4 ?
niury and we hay more than of name 65.f\N and S by NWW and \Y of NWW Wut of Ry-22 A28 5 II 23 ::1. T., Moore--------___ 11.31 +{! i4 a

t 0110 banks which hare ,been In 150 ft E ._______.16. B 21 Maud Wain Wright __ 11.72 I./i/ A In 8\S corner_ .35 7 tl 160 Bank of Starke_________ 4738 Commencing at 8W corner t .' y
Lot of of and
1. 2 and WH of Lot SW'4 liE'4 runE
NEW of NW--___ __36 7 21
40 Emma .
fence over 60 years. 11.o"tJ ot Block 4 Hell NWof NW'. and SH,( of Muehlenhard..__ 18.34 on S..c. llna 818 ft to a i 1' '

t |1B other words, we have mores Spring-*__._______36 S 21 O. W. Walnwrlght..___ 7.34 NWW and NH of SW 1-84, 7 :SI 200 Bank of Starke ___..__ 8903 pt of beginning St 8" g.'. e1"TN i f
EH of Lot 7, 8, 9 of Block SH of SEW of NWW and 660 ft E 196 > ,
over 100 years of age than S and HH of tote 11, 12 NH of NEW of flWW;, ____36 4 23 40 Unknown 80 ft. W 1911 ft 10 beginning .
bare of Block 4 and Lot 1, 2. of of end NW'4;" of SW'4 of I
WH NKW
1 J-y other country-we of than more 11. 12 of Block 7, and all! Sliof.. n .NWU. .. .. nf-_NWW.KIHllZ-_ ::-_:-_.-1n.v 8 -B a .22 al- .20..yy.Canton. ... .url1u...!'!..6rtftti7.83_______ 8214 ____ ____________-98 i 12 18 Unknown _____________ 6.62 d mAil
uki over CO years age anyentry Block R -.* lnt.- R. in Eta of Lot 9 and Lots 10, .1." BEt_ of SW" W of ny.x

In the world," he declared. Hellbronn' Springs .:_.::86 5 21 Maud Walnwrlg-ht _____ 11.911 nand WW of Lot 12 In NW'4 of 8E.... A

American banking system. has NEy4 of NWW------_____ 1 6 21 40 -W. R. Woodle._,_____ 11.81 Woodlawn _____.__!0 B 22 SO Wm. Becker ___._____ 1t..11 of BWIV4'6 A and all 1 r I i ,;
i W of NW'4 of SEVi and EW of NE'' _11 6 22 80 J. H. Moore__________ a8.17 0w14 of 8W.x Mi\\ of .; 9 '
it[alien down-it Is not In danger' 8U of NWVi of SEW_ 1 6 21 80 Mm. DeBuG __________ 9.83 Lot 28 In Woodlawn--_.__11NWW 6 22 10 J. L. Starling____.____ 7.8a f'l of d8x'41 of .itaq t t r ,
SWlJ of 8WV4_.? 1 6 21 40 Mr. Q. M. Kersey., ___ 11.81 of NEW and NEW\ 9. lot 100 ,, 1 I ::1' t
Such failures It has
|decay. as ev EV, of SWU of SEVi and of NWW and all NWW.. clNWW to C. 11. lI..nn.lt8I. 5 II 81 I. L. llarrell.. Co_____ lI.n 1 ,1 s
nlnced are due to the price we SEW of B&Y,___ 1 6 11 60 Unknown ____ __ ___ n.83 ,E;; of State road All filb\4:\ of 8W..14 Eut of A >f; '+ {
All NEW N of road______ I 6 21 157 ? No. 13 .6 22 ___ ._ ___________ __.8 5 12 }
for too rapid development ofesa Unknown _____-______ U.28 -W 8F.. A. Sweemy________ 89.19 HY : 81 Mr.. Lucy F. narr.II__ U.I' i
r NW'4 of SW%______ 8 6 21 40 R V. Alvare*__-_______ 11.81 Lot 21. 22 In Woodlawn-18 5 22 20 ( Prentice 10.78 SE'" of NE'1. of NE'1f. and t
i enterprises, but that Is the BJj, of SW>4 of SEH_ s 6 21 20 C. L. Rods-er__________ 8.18 Lot 43 in Woodlawn__.13 5 22 10 B. oF.Hp *=:=:: 8.36 of NI'4 of NE and 1S 'I 1t''
Irlcan spirit. Nt;'% of 8 EV4\ _______ 6 21 40 Empire Lumber Co.____ 11.81 Lot 51, 62 In Woodl..wn13. 6 22 20 Cha.. A. Rhode.*. ________ 10.78 87.; N14 and Skiy j; ofNW1oi.of ,,2t"It':, l'r +
8E!4 of NWK and NW4} of Lot 24 25 and A In Lot Nil.:.... and NII4of : i lis

8w'4 _"___" _____u_"__ 9 6 21 80 Empire Lumber Co.____ n." 23 W of Ry II/In Wood- SWIoL of NE% ________11 II U 110 Mrs. J. m. T.rry_______ n.n 1'' i; T u4r'{
N4AofE14ofNW34of lawn _____ __ ___ : 'r
___ _-_ 13 5 22 19 Chas McCartney19.60 W\ft of N1014! of NW'4t.17 5 12 20 S
NE\4\ ____,_______ -10 I.t 4 C. L. Rod>rer.__________ 1.89 NEW of SEU" and Lot 17, Sy4 of 81144 of SFl'4 of SE4} The B. R Hubbard CO.__ 1.n r'" 34 {t}' '

S 8. GOVERNMENT NE'4 of NEV4----\ _____::_ 6 It .0 Herman Thomas.____ 11.81 18 In Woodlawn-1-14NWW B 22 80 J. T. Moore__...__-..___ 8507 and W.., of SFV of FIt'':14 tP 1 fit''
I WyW "- of 8WIIL of NEW ex N \ of SEW------___.__14 B 22 40 :J. T. Moore___________ 18.60 and { SWyof R1ty4': t u
6 A and BV, of SEW of Lot 15 In Woodlawn._14NW 6 22 10 J. 8.8Ia..lln.......____ .36 and Sl'tt.of 51114 "t 8W'4-17 5, 18 liS n. n. Ford__________ '' ''. l; "
NW\4\ ex N/A--________!2 J !} 80 Wm-, Thomas _____.____ '.011 of Lot 4 In Wondl.wn-14 5 23 6 J. L. Starling;.______ ..10 E"" of Si J'4 of J'4 ex 8 81.18 ,;

GREATEST BANKER NE'4 S&rnTWw"or'a! Unknown ___ _________ 11.81 Lot 1, 2, 17, 33, 47, 48 In 480 ft-l3Jj, A._______._.fT 5 U H J. L. JIa..tell. Co._.____ 'l.n f 1 't'a'A
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BW Woodlawn -..__-..15 6 23 60 Ada Fo. Stewart.82.79 of NE"-\vOf 8E"i' and l ,

S% oVNWnVN SE\U\ E. I. Crawford._______ 35.01 Lot 85. 86 In Woodlawn_.15Lot 6 22 20 Unknown ___._______ 8.01 SEt,(, of N of SE'4U 5 U 80 Oeo F. oyun._________ 13.11 '1
p ;
BE'4 of 54 In Woodlawn..15 5 22 20
V. R. Prevatt.... 10.76 Commencing at NE corner ,
us Fifty-two Financing Initiations SE04So % _____--_--___-__ 80 S. 8. '*""'-...________ 23.02 Lot.8131 In Woodlawn--16 5 22 10 A.: M. Lewi :...:::=_:: 4.87: of Sec 18 and run W 1820of 1 r 1
NW% and NW'I of Lot 6 and Nft of Lot 12 In ft B 1010 E 1680 It y,

With Investment NEW: of 8WW and NWWof Woodlawn -16SW B 12 15 K. Prlng-le___________ 6.94 I N 10811 ft beglnning.28. II U .0 .A. n. War.___________ 19.0 .' ;'rl "
and of of 12 .i
SWM NH SWW Lot In Wood- ofNW"Lan.1 '
W% 'of 814 of NW%
of Two Billion Dollars of 8W14 .______________11 6 21 110 Walter. Underbill_____ 2162 lawn -16 5 21 B Sinclair Moaley______ 382 NW'4 of SW "a' f r.i
I W H of NWW_____________IS 8 21 80 Unknown ____________ 116.87 Lot 19, 20 29, 30 In Wood- of NWIo and 1'1t.of!! Nt4of !: 4t 4y +,
Thirty-nine AlrriculturalIIERICA'S EH of NEW_________ .____14 6 21 80 Unknown _____________ 103.23 lawn __:_-.16Lot 6 U.O O. C. Burne_________ 1380 SWI'.t of Nw _____ ._28 II U 80 Oertl. Browning11,16 .
NEW of SEW and NH of 7 8, II, 22 In Wood- Lol. la. HJ..ll1. 19. .0, f .

I oFSEW.of BEW:! ________14 6 21 60 Walter. Underh111- aw8n :____________..____16 B 22 60 Mr.. Daliy Prlngle-___ 3066 91. 811. U I. wondlawn.19 5 U 90 John B..ownln.__ a
13.87
1 biggest banker SE 1of NEW--_----------19 6 21 40 Empire Lumber Co_____ 9.91 Lot 11 and WM of Lot 12 InWoodlawn Lot.. III, 31. 88. I.. 811. 86, ? r(
today f
NWW of SE\i____________22 6 21 40 J. W. Drlgrg-ers_____ 11.81 -17EUj S 22 IS Unknown __________ 7.63 S 61, /{ ,
J li the Federal Government NH of NWW ex E% of of Lot 12 In Wood- rJ'o ia ;, .:! :______80 Ii 22 140 Herman A. Oudger.38,73 "4 I

jllth li now operating fiftytwoicing fcEWof NWW\ --__-_-__--22 6 SI 50 E. L. Blgr.a_______ 20.74 lawn -_____17 S 22 B Unknown _____________ 183B2 Lots 10 11. 12. It, 12, a3f q r Y I
W'h of Lot 45 In Woo.lh.wn11 B 22 10 Unknown __ and E1/e "r Lot a. and '
Institutions say Pro- NEW of Sliw------S3 6 SI 90 H. R. J. I* Underbill. 82.16 Lot 12 In Woodlawn_____.18 5 22 10 W. H. Mellor--------_ 8.88 1,0t. 28. 27 In Womllawn.80 II 22 82 Unknown ________ 80.H ..1,
lIarJobn Hanna of Columbia Dnl- NEW: of NWW_____________24 6 21 40 Empire Lumber Co_____ 11.81 Lot 0. 11 In Woo.Uawn18 B 22 20 Unknown __-___._______ 10.75 Lnte 2a, 27, 88 In Wood- k'"t' 1 t
Block; 4insEc Cronby:; LakeShore Lot 17, 18 /Womllawn.18 B 22 20 W. C. Blaney___________ 7.82 lawn ____ ___--_-_11 II .2 80 Levy 8weat.________ 11..t f ,i
lily In the American Bankers AsUUon of Sec 24 Lot 37, 38, 43, 44 In Wond- W1.y of I.ot IT- an" all Lot.tA. ,

Journal. and NE'!. or flee 25 all /In_ 6 21 Mr*. Lena V. Hlbbard__ 8.93 lawn _- ------__ .18 5 U.O Unknown ______ IS.86 81, sa In Woodlawnat 5 22 88 Unknown _________. 13.81 $, i t w /
E 10 A of Lot 8_-________25 6 21 10 Unknown _.._________ 8.82 Lot 21 In Woodlawn_____..18 6 22. 10 Charlie Ga.klne ,____ 4.67. Lote 115, 116, 117, 68n/ Woods ti d
forty of these are owned entirely N'" of SEyE and NEW of > of i SEW t of NWW and lawn ---., ----- _-____at 5 22 40 l\r.. Maud Walnwrl..ht f '
*f the Government he says. "In SWW _________________-29 21 120 Unknown ____________ S5.6 5E14 ef SWWSWW of NWW__21 S 22 20 Oeo. I Tavenner.__-____ lUll I[I Lot 10 and'r 11.81 .Li.-,
SH of SWW and SWVi of 33L'( of SE14! and I I and Nt4 of Lot 23 In i j I I I'r'

'lire more the Government has ale SEW _________..(.______29 6 21 120 Mr*. D. B. Warren_____ 81.93 SEW of (SEW, ____________fl 5 23 80 A. B. Ware.._________ 211..71'VI 1!I I Woodlawn__ .8\ II 22 20 r... n. Starling---: 8.U l CYEl6
idj two-thirda Interest Thirty Bea-lnninir at SR corner of ,{, of NWW of NW'i of INJ'o of Lot 11 III Wooctla..nBI II 23 II Mre. Villa Starling____?_ 1.17 1.-L r.
!: and 8W ey of 'Lub. I' In Wooctla..n8 I 23 20 1 ,
NWW Maud
ITID NWW of NWW of SWViBee. Walnwrl..ht____ 1.7.
are Intended to be permanent.. 4 and run N 66 deKreenrTV of JEW and EH of NEW r.ol. 12, 83 In Wool1Jawn.83 II 223 20 PJ. Cr.w. ______.....__.. 11.1. l lLote la,
tnntvflve of the permanent ones : 786 ft to Sec of IWW and KI.J of SE 7 88. 64n/ Woo.1Jawn.82 II 20 Ernut Wllmot_______ 1.1. a'
li( line thence N 370 ft to of NWW and NEW of S'VII., of "'W'Lof NW\-\ and j
ourteen of the temporary ones NW, corner of NW'4 of NEW of SWW____ ______21 B 22 65 J. R. Sapp.B .___________, 25.89 Nt1V4. of NW% of 8W433 5 12 .0 E. ___ 11.011 t 4 '
|I ijrlcultural. SWW. thence E 860 ft. EW\ of NEW of NW'/i !I.... 1 All F.1f4.of NFHJL"W' of road -Crew.--- 1'' r,

I'The! 8 680 ft. to beg ex 1 A on A for cemetery.--_____J3 22 19 C. I. A M. lng-felder._ 10.75 and Bt's, of NE'4 of NW'4 '
capital stock held by the N aide to Mrs. Sallie Mal- OWL,. of NWW< -----------2 B 22 40 W. O. Hrown.___.__.__ 16.B5 of NI'J'I' and E% of B'A, of e r ''j4 -
Biltet States In these banks has a Dhur' and ex M> A In NE NKW of NWW of 8WW-___22 6 22 10 Mabel Walnwrlght10.76; NW14 ot NIIl\4\ -.__ -_---- Ii U 110 J. n. Moore----------__ 113.81 l r i'''
SEW of SKW-. __._,, _._____ 22 6 22 40 Mr ..J, :K. Terry____II_ 18.80 W'h of NE' of NW 4 0NE'4
unlue of 11880000000. The GOT- ;orn.-6 A.__::_________ 4 7 21 8 Mary C. Plllard.______- B.95 =-;" silo: an" ui. .{, of NW of I'4'' 1 ."1
lDent', total Block 40' In City I WNE14:: FF t '4or o l' ..Y2 II 22 80 T. 3. NW/I.; nf ___8t II
Investment Is near- and 1 A E ;Bock 40 in of T.rrr.-----..___ 2UII NFP4--- II 10 Mn. O..orll'la 8app ____ 11.88 11

12,000,000,000. Resources of these EH of NWW of SWW____ 4 7 21 2 Mary C. Plllard.______ 7.29 Wv'f:; W',1 of NE1. of SFU4 of I:1W'4: ol.MW'1.811, II 112 10 M. R. Warn._______ 11.11
12
-23 II 10 Bill : of"8WI4 II
Illations Lot 1, 8 of Block 10 In Block t ofLawtey C. Walnwrl..ht____ 11.68 SF"' J'4 rat NE14 NW'4ofNW12 7.11I 10 8. Id 8lrong.________ 5,55 .
exceed 13,000,000.000. In City 7 21 12 Unknown _____________ B.13 Lot a of Town All N% of ,
------
!: t. Weet'St II 22 Mrs. col.
dlUon the s.a711o'A A of Lot 9 Hy113 Enoch Orlffle--____ 11.011 W of Hy ex'A A for

fled supervision Government over fifty-one has; de- Block 15 Sampson Clty__ 4 7 21 R. A. Thomas_________ 1.28 E'h Town of Lot of J..awtey 1. II of Weal JIIock. of 4 Lot orad 1 In cemetery Pe..t.vlll.. _.__embre0_______11I II U 28 J. L. Harr.n .. Co.___ 14.U 'i h I. kd

W 4Aof8ofSWy4of _____________________113 5 .2 1
Mn. Enoch and NE'4
Ry NE'4
Ortfflg_
Jltage __ 11.at 1 ,
banks 7 31
operating under NEW __.______.__r--- ? 4 Malinda PrldsreonEH _____ SIS ? otgNWl4f I U
Block 4 .86
_______________ 8 7 31 E 50 rt c.f Lot t of 17 Mr.. Lucy F. }lIarr.II
!eral! charter of SEf 80 Berryann DyalSEM -_______ 34.14 Town of Lawtey W'eet ofRI' Lot.. b. R. B In r..t.vlll.. .._ 10.17 $

The Government also SEW of_SWW and NWW of 9 7 SI 80 Walter Robertson 1444 __________________.__13 II U Lawte State DaI'Jk____ IU2 embracing N14 of NE ea' f
supervises ----- fl Wof 5 U 7'
of SWW ___________ 9 7 81 __ t Lot commencing 60 and NE',4 of NW'4315 12 Tbo.. Strong ____
"t local agricultural loan assoclaM SWW Idde 40 L. L. Leach.,_____ 1231 NE corner of Lot 4 of N 400 ft of-I.ot 11 In Peeta ? '.81 f ,
7 A on S of SEW ofNEW R ftW ... '
100 of
with Federal charters. All this ___________________10 7 11 7 T. L. Cralgg----_______ S2B Block 62 :r and N100ft.10ft run villa embracing N..
of and NE
111I no account of NH of NWW ex E! 10 A.___It 7 SI 70 J. L. Wynn.----___ !I.80 to beInning.. Town of NE'4. otl6 I U '
the relations of ________ ___13 7 31 NWV.. Ella Cain _
_
SEW of NEW 40 Joe. W. Pr.vatt.18.61 Weat of By23 5 22 O. IPeet.vllteemhracingofN ____ 8.81 '
La..tey W. Lot '
Robert 19
Government to the twelve Fed- NEW of NWW\ of NEW:----If 7 SI 10 Unknown ___________ 8.81 Commencing 11a ft W of a ______ Ie.n of NE} and '1 r

Rellre bnksnor of the au.orIt NI% of SEW of NKW_'______16 7 31 .o Unknown _________ ...18S'h the NII! corner or Lot t < NW'4- -_______11I a 222 //I Peter TladaJ. :lr ( -' l
of _
of Block 4 and run S 100 of NE'4 or NWy4. ae 6 6.30 ,
recently given to the Recon.eUon WS' "NVlV-NEW-a-nd" 7 100 Unknown _________ 28.18 ft. W 58 ft. N 100 ft, HIIII NEJ'4 WI\4of\ NIi of 10 Enoch,.: j3trong---_ 1:11I: .,
Finance SH of ft to b.lnnln, Town NWy.-o186 a 91
1 preferred' Corporation to Nt4 of Sw'4 of NE' -__ ? 11 18 Walter Robertson ____ 11.61 La..ley Weeof uf ny ..98 Ii n Unknown _________ 11.16 AllS'i: >Gof8Wy4Wof, 1IJ'"C. I a. 6f..Dingfelder___ 8.81 r ,

stock In national and NFJ'4 of NEV4'. and__:____17 B.rryann Dyal_______ 11.81 Lot. 6. 8 of Block 4 ex W highway --- ..----___. 8 I 111 W. C. 1 e r rN14
"i commercial banks. NEW of 8Wl4 NW% 75 ft Town of Lawt.y of NWl4 of (IIWt,4-}, 1 .12 Clemons10,43.3; "0

of SEW ____SE4 and__17 T 31 80 I. L. Ogden________ 83.44 West of fly-----------83 II 22 O. w. nobert._______ ....8 ft! _of NW'4 of NEi4A;, 0 I. 10 It O.0.0.T. c.Nel"on White--------. 7." r t '

Cooiolid.tion Called For. NH of SEW of 1 of Lot. 3 E 126 NE\4\ of NWy4_ _____ I 6 II 40 P. R. ,___ 10.01 ( i4 a
Wl Ii )
A In NE corner of SWW I ; rn Block, 4 of Calkln.h_____ tlllI' 1) ,.
of Lot _
file 4 5 12
President hM ordered the of SEW ___ 17 7 21 21 :J. I. A M. I. Oaden7H _____ ..,. Town of Lawtey West ofIt ..... 81.1. of 21% of 8W'4' NEt,4 11 Bradford County Bank_ 1.01: 9 9RW r Met

"WUdtUon of the agricultural of NEy. and:: :___:::.IT 7 SI 80 J. I. & M. I. Ogden.___ 32.14 ? ____________________23 I 22 T. T. Blackburn_____ 18.11 81L'of, % of W'N)/.%and.-----W34-?-of 4 I n ao A. 3. Bryan._ I, r .) ,,, l 1 ,
__
SEW of SWW SWW otSEW of Lot 4 of Hlo..k t __ 18.10
W 80 ft
tellt NW'4 of SW...____ ...4 1 to O. L.
encles ; Brown__
Into the new Farm ex 8 A .In NE cornerand Town of La..ter West of NE',' of NFJ'4__________ I 23.0 ____ 1'.80 + ;
t Administration 2 A In SW corner of Ry ____________-__-__23 I 22 A. M. Blanchard-______ 10.811 NFJ'4 of RE of SEy4----- II 6 10 Ern.t Wllmott __ lI..t 4
r says Pro- SEW of SEW_____-_____19 7 11 74 H. D. Wasden. _____... 22.06 W'4 of Lot II and all Lot 8 I ftFJ'4 of I'IFJ' of 81e'4._ II I 2.1 10 A. Wllmott 4.U rI .
Heone He .*P' ..M the NEW and NEW of SWW of Block 1 Town of Law- ," of fiE ,-of 8E ._. 5 1 12 .0 O. L. X..y___. ;__ ..11 c ,'; "F.Wt

on that before the consollda and NH of SEW: and 8 A tey Wut of By________.Y8 I 12 Unknown ___________ 80.18 SW',% 01 E'4, I.... 1 A In Geneva L. Pool____ 758 4,
In NH of SWW, of
corner E40 of Block 8 Town of
NW W "f road .
the agricultural financing SEW\ and SEW of SEW *x: c..wtey Wut of ny.aa 5 U W. C. a. :I..... Wooten... 10.n and NWI4 corner of flFJ4, anctN'4 t, ;
3del 2 An SW corner.--.19 7 21 126 Unknown 88.19w'4 v
too much machinery; had of 8WW_ =:=10 7 31 80 Unknown =::== ::-.: 22:14 All Block I 9 Town of Lawtey of SWt,4, 01 SE lea
II
-- W of Ry------------U a Mr.. Enoch Orltfl.60,17 ____
created' to administer< the NWW of SEW!: ___:--80 7 81 40 Ervln Dyal _________ 11.81 All Block' 11 Town of Lawtey rl..ht NW'4 of way and u 8W'4._ e e U 83 Whlb .. Alderman____ ".01 ld

:laoclnr """tutlons which the All Block A ex: Lot IB and We.t of 117.U 5 22 Ada Moore. __________ .8.80 Nt4NWof _---- ofe II 180 De R. P. TaYlor r l1 ,i
ament all Block B, C, P. El. F.VW. N 70 Lot. 4 6 of E" o PE'' of IIW',og 11.17 r
either own. or superPots O. H, I. J. K L; M, N, O, Block tloo Town of Lawtey 8m\\(, and If" A In NW cor. K r
7
let P, Q, R: 8. 'rU Wilt of Rr-------___23 5 12 E.I. RoD.rb.-______ 5.1' ncr of NJIJ'4 of $E4----- 6 I II 10 17. E.
'hlltlng AA, AB, AC Jfampton8hore. 814 of Block 21 ."d .n SE% of NW'4 also tA In ;_ 1oIaltb.w.__+...._ I.U
InitUuUoM
represent a being ub-dlvl- Lake Ave between 8locke NW corner of SWt,4, of -
Iderable "'" lon of Lot 8. 4 and 6 20 and J1 Town of Law-
ntlatlon of tuna NKW W of rnad and ,K" of ; .
and all Lot B N of highway tey We"t of By-------23 5 22 E. 3. 661 \ l
and Roberts--------
"y consolidation should and WU. of Lot 713 721 Alfred DeVoto.Block ________ 69.16 N1y of Block: II Town ofLawtey __ 10.00 ditch of and NB'--NWW, of NEW. 6NKW 6 S3 81 M. Rhoden _______ 1477
22 40
preceded bT a cartful survey of AD ex Lot. 4, 7,AE 8,; W..t ot Ply----- 5' 12 A. M. Blancbard.-____ 21.1Lo.,8.L6eor SKW, of NKW____;=____. 7 J II to Adam SviJOulnn Green ._____ 13.01NWW 15{ '

ICtual actlvlU.I of the various ex 14. Lot IB, 16 9,and 10. Block Hampton :.' ._:! WW of NWW of NWW___- 1 6 10 n_ __..n..".-_____.._ 1t.11..0' 'tls ', t y; ,
of and '
\ NEW of
101OUoa. b. Shore.. being a .Ub-dIVI. tey'WeVt of Ry_: ..= : 21Diag B S3B NEJ4 4+ 7 W
contlnuel.ne -> 0.0. F. Young-..___ 11.11 of NWW ex 10 A K of I i

a wn.olld.uon the Admlnlstra. slon all Lot of Lol.I N 8,of 4 and highway 8 and tey- Lot Went 7 of Town Hy_of___Law.____23 23 T. J. Terry____ 1180 NEW nf road of NKW on Nflea.and/ KH__._of_10 6 S3 70 W C. demons.,..... 4' S6.ll jp. L i 1

his announced Is that of the and :''10o Lot __----_U 7 U Alfred DeVoto..__ 1.17 One lot 65 ft N and H by HKW of NW'-J and Wily of '-....... f
Lo of Block AE 100 ft E and W, South of
.CUltural nf 80
NWW .10NEwrrrr 1 31 B.telle
__ _.
credit< RWSt Old ham ____
agencies In the Hampton 8hot. being a.ubdlvl.lon Hotel Lot ex a lot 21 ft __ 80.1'1.
r SWW 6 12 20
orNEW -II
Credit of Lot. I 4 Nand S by 40 ft E) and A. O. Roer _____,,,_ 6.69 I
Adn"nl r
tratlon. As KW: of NEW of NBW;_____13 1 22 10 Kate Andrews
a .
Lot II N ofhl..hway W of _____ It
Oant and S and all in SE corner earn, W of Eli of "*'4 of 4.19 fie
solution !
!!Ilia too this arrange- and WIi------28 of 7 It KabelI'. Ol1kln.on__ 1.53Blocks Town___of__Lawtey______Wet_____of_ lvL 14 11 / .1 JO Jola Mae Andlr.w._
closely bound with Lot 7 -- --- Ry 23 B 11 J. L. Htrrell 4k Co..____ 11.61 W.h 01 :__:i3lS { II 80 Mra Pearl 4..1 3
!!tlCI," up A i'-, AO: H-Al. I Lot on State St 60 ft N E1 of NEy Andrew__ 7." u
and Block Ai ex: Lot. Ii, and B ft E and W Wi/vvof _=! 1 U
11 11, 13. n ..110 by R. R. 11 W. }I. Andr....____ UI
1, 7,8'ko a.g:: B'ii"! ofB15W'NW'W ___13 / II" Huarh Andre,
Value ton being l a Thede and S by LakeAre KJ4 of KH n' SEW Of SWW-13;, 1 U 11) Unkno..n ___ ..n
of the Colleges dlvl.lon of tote 8. 4 and 0 Town of Lawtey 8WW Of BOW\ __ :18Mi U to -----_____
and all Lot II N of high.way We.t of Ry_--__-..._--33 S 12 Mrs. Enoch Orlffl____ 111.71How of NKW of SWV14 / 23 II Ruby A. Hay..___ 1.17 rFI'' yes
L.
I PhlllCal and WI4 of Lot 7 iJU 7 It Alfred Dnoto__ 7.11 Lot 4, B and all Lot 6 ex EW of SKW! of NW W andNEt,4 B. Bob.ln___? 1.11 (

properties and aD- Lot. 11. 12, 13, of Block B IB ft Titnlf Lawtey of NIJ\4\ of 8WW_Hji 1 II 10 Ernest c o ar I
40"m.n&ll Eat of / li O..n.r._. ._ 1O.1t
Hampton It > eiEW14
1 U
of : : ww
institutions of Inho.r. nl l 110 }L A.
24 26 __36 S 12B ._
If !l Turpentine Co._ 10.'JT S nf BWlj of 10..41. -
tducatlon la the United and S and all L9t II N of E! s4. ft of y't 7 and:; B 16 WM nf SEW of flE'\U: 1 U 10 '1'. V.

are now rained highway and WIi ofAL ft of Lot 6 Town; of Law. EU of BW\ of BEW\ ________16 / 22'0 Wlllfams.-??, 1111 f h '
: at over $1.500.- Lot '1 ___ ___21 1 11 Clara L. N.wey BoycJ._ 1.09 tey. Eaat of Ry 1 In Bee W'l* A nf SEW of BW 4 B. Wat.onig ____ 1.11 '

Endowments UOM ***** Bloc AK. AM AN, 33, 84, 3S____....._____36 S3 Doer Trowbrldge _____ '.22 and NEW of SW'4 and alt ;
aver 'W'000.000.<> AO AR, At r Lot 8 Town of Lawtey NWW of SEW, W of road '1'
cot AlvA'i' : !
Thirty :
'UM A1//; AX. Fast of Ry in Sec* It, -5A------.l$ 1
It nnlrersltles hare endow- 110 DC, RD BE. IIF, Lo't4'1 16 e'-i-J:,..tJjw18 8 33 OeoF. Young_ .. 11." NEW of BWW, of BEW and S3 73 Ad kin*, Bl.r A Inman. 88." {} [ p
that average Hampton Shores being a 4t? A In 821'of SWA,&, of Sit 9p Pl
ID $18.000.000. .ub-dIYlelon of Lot. 5. 4 ., corner 105 ft by '310 ft BEW and all NW..tiof t
Out of the 10 hare endow. and 6 and aU Lot I N of each Town of Lawtey of BEW of SEW. W "r p 1 y

that average 131,000,000. A highway and_ Wt4____ of-U 7 11 Alfred D.Voto 11." East of Ry In Bees 32, public ro ey fa" of Lot 'l_____ _. 34126.-- lion36 I 11 Howell Turpentine Co._ 11.14 BWW of IIW'4.U 8 U 40 81.0 l a
them of L Lot Ruby A. Hayti "
over have endowments 1.81 A In IIW corner SEW of NEW\ *x about 6 A __ 111.17 1' i. 44'

fel L1"000-000? eacn. The snNXit.ln't at 8m'4 N of edge 8E\4\of comm.nclner pUblic road Ion But of Town Ry I'.fs: *wtl SW'4 In NB of NW cor and of exrnad16 8 I. II Matilda Dixon____ 18.71 91 1't

Income of taut.. No. U{ lI ft E of and W line run Lo H'1:5: and 8% of 'oi'ii ill i II L. H. Ilsssard.. ..un 6.16 a f." 01 NW'4 of NE'4--U 0W4. of 0 U 10 Ruby A. Hayes-____ 1.17 '1'' y
of 8E4 of 8E\4\
learning "of La'ti'tey IIE'4 ---- --- __.10 13 4 P. C.
amounts to Town
; Eat Holllngeworth
*
(t. tllen"e of 840 of 6.13
f 1500.0'IS Ip. Gifts to them In a sreea. E 'U ft thencee8 Ry In See. S3, 34. 15___14 Howell Turpentine Co._ 38.77 RFIV4' ;"of of NE'4 NE4: ___NE___"'________-17_U 1 8 13 12 40 20 Harry Unknown O. Btrofeldl.__ 14.IS '
? ftar nave a"totai"of 4 degree. W 401 ft to ,N'4 of Lot 16 Town of Law F. of "W of gEY4_ _-. .L.21 .,_..... 13.31
800.1flon cached road thencr W along N I tey Beet of Ry ... Be_ w:4: .f fiE of $Et4..17: __ S SO Unknown .._-____ __. ..., I I
1
side of road .19 ft 10 It, If, 1/--__ _--21. i 12 L, H. n .sard..______. 11.35 W.,. of NW .Is 23 10 Unknowa _._ 483 t )
-- beglnnln42All __!N-of old U T It I Mr.. LI..le E Harrl_ .... Loflt8.a ft N and 9 b 100 W 1.8 of N tie--of---NE'---- S3 30 C. H. Cuenming.___ 35.68 "''I
W ]
has BE'4 01 T U 11 W. L. Dugg 1I..t n NW"cor 11 t.1 A and NB'l4 Of p '
1115 mile road ex'W I'l yd.U net of Lot 30 Town of qi, ,
of governOwned public NWI4 __________..11 13 63 Gad
W Lawter Beat of Ty.on
ft .
i C Ky In ____ 16.6T "
rkiJroad8., BE corner 20 ISW ofy. Sees. U, 34. 25... ..16 I 11 lira W. J. dandier..__ 11.16 (Continued on Fag ') p ,,14 '1 ''I r0a

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BRADFORD COUNTY TKIJEaRATO, STARKE. FLORIDA __ r yI, 1I
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pAGE.FOVRf -
A ___ __ not to clothes *"
u to ever seen. We had agreed when we made
that wasn't going : the
i and as
hour
will help the farmer, whether the ever. discredit the efforts of agnostics to together as what the scenery was trIp"*
Misses Middleton that' us anywhere I soon took; the try hang ] so Lovely ,
Chinks pay the loan or not-probably and \their ilk to prove get time Allen would be of particular Interest to tbls.r' ute through the slop'
Entertain For Visitors there is no supreme being who wheel again.This the others; and Plcture qu 5
not.) and soon' might not appeal to Jittls mountains with
pne
watched the speedometer the
i Miss extravagance andshortsightedness rules over the destinies of mankind meet at the hotel valleys between fend .
# Complimenting their guests, Bad judgment and remarked: "Fifty-five miles an '10 we arranged to that thaI ;
guid-
; Rachel Smith of Madison and Mrs. have made many with painstaking care hour is getting over the ground." I in the evening and after supper was worth the cost ""r the) slop*

f Nelle Bowers of New York City, Western farmers hard up; but let ance. told him that we wanted to reach go back to the fair and stay until trip. If times get permanenuy enUr'

Misses Madge and Hazel Middleton that pass Let us look nearer One day spent in just a casual Peru, Ind., our first stop by noon near midnight or later if we so de- ter we want to make this bet,
trIp
+r ( Baptist Circle Meetings entertained recently at their homeon home. The past strawberry season glance at the various products of the next day and aa we could not sired. In this way we got In about leisurely fashion, some day so ;II! ''

J.W. Madison Street, where a profusion .was Ideal for growth-just as If the Ingenuity and Intelligent effort make any time on the mountain six days In four days and that we can enjoy the prodigal Ula
is Mrs. G. H. Bennett and Mrs. of summer flowers artistically :made to order; but still that same of men and women from all partsof roads and It was over a thousand helped keep expenses down. The of finery with which Dame dlspta, ;
Mon- Natur
t," t Edwards were hostesses Circle arranged formed a pretty scene for old hackneyed- complaint about a the world will satisfy the most miles to Peru we would have to last day we were In Chicago we has bedecked field and forest toT1

day afternoon to members of two tables of bridge players. When ,bad season and low prices. Though sceptical mind that these accomplished step on It where we could see the drove to the West Side where we wonderful hills and valley !

No. 1 of the Baptist Woman'of scores were totaled Mrs.:L. D. Vln- the farmer always wants to be efforts have. been divinely road a few hundred feet In advance bad lived before coming to Florida. which routes 41 and 31 pass thrcugl
( :Missionary Society at the home u prize for havIng there are some things directed the all-knowing powerful II
by
ing was presented pitied, yet of the car. The road wall good Woe called on as many friends as You will get route 41)
"i, ari&& :Mrs. Bennett. The large front the honor guests when of infinite be-
high score and to justify sympathy. For intelligence an the mountains so that one possible. From Chicago wo droveto City and follow it to Nashvut.
over
1' porch of the home with an baskets ar- were each presented with a dainty plants have to be bought; set on ing a olving Heavenly Father. could climb of the grades on Three Rivers, :MIch.,. where we Tenn. At that point you
and any will
J tai
of plants
) pot after
rangement piece of lingerie. the same piece of land year In two that we route 31E to '
7 formed an Wishing to make tho trip high but they were so awfully had some relatives espec- Ellzabethtown
y1' of. seasonal for thla flowers lovely meetl g. The cut prize for the tea guestswas year until It Is worn out; so much days or less we had planned to crooked that one can only see a ially desired to see. After a couple where you will take route iiw)gp,
Ideal place won by Miss Beverly Oady/ time required In tending the at 5 o'clock In it with them we turned our Indianapolis. Ind.
) Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, leader of the hos- start from Starke few feet In front of a car, making of days From there yl,
c for
the circle led the devotional service Late In the afternoon patch; so much money spent the morning in order! to cut our expenses necessary to proceed carefully. We car toward Florida coming by way will take route 02 which will tlk

r read of the fourth tesses served an Iced course. quick-leaching chemical fertilizer; to the minimum for food stayed all night In Scottsville Ky., of Fort Wayne Ind., to Peru you to route 41 about thirty
/ and a part with the and nlle
'f
bridge
wasted
of Luke which was followed Those playing time getting pickers and lodging o" the way; we sat the 600 miles tram Starke.At where we stopped a-day for a final from Chicago and this route
f chapter: articleprayer" hostesses and honorees were: having to fetch and carry them alarm clock to throw us out of bed visit with relatives nd to call on take you to the city where wi
by the leader reading an Mrs J.. A. Saul, Mrs. L. D. Vin- after paying them more than the Atlanta, the time changes every)
missedon
bad Is
Interesting at 4 o'clock as we had some pack- some friends that we thing so plainly marked
on which was very Miss Rosa- Eastern to Central. I set that ,,
from
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, justness can afford; paying tor my yo
stressed the Importance ing ing to do and wanted some breakfast our first stop there; we also can select any route to the ni
: and lind Jacobs, Miss Hazel Adklna, crates and spending time bringingthe watch on Central time In order to c
S attendance. ; but with the usual perversityof drove to Northern 'College. We you wish to reach. WlchL
of church and Miss Lucille Mitchell. berries to market-then it appears have the same kind of time that ,,
such things the clock failed to started our homeward trip Boulevard skirts the
oft Fair
foolishly
r't! 1 Mrs. A. M.Darby, president Group
: observed by the people In the
: that was
Tea were strawberry growing
guests do Its It made not the faint- In the afternoon for several
s closed the devo- duty from Peru at 2 o'clock miles this will\
the twp circles, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. R. F. must be a losing game, unless country through which we passedas give yoi
with a est sound; I awakened with a sud- thus making it necessary to some Idea of the magnitude
tional service prayer. Harriet Rltch Miss it avoids confusion Mrs. Young of thu
Demorest Miss prices are high during the entire ;
The following flower committee den sense of having overslept, spend two night at hotels Instead! great exhibition of the
i' j Ja- genius
Beverly Cady and Miss Miriam season. held to Eastern time so that whenwe ?
the month of jumped out of bed and switched on of one. This oversight cost ua 4. mankind.
was appointed lflr
cobs. Once farmers slaves of got to Chicago, as they were using -
our were
w, August: .- ''a light, it was twenty minutes of When we stopped the car in frontof H. H. YOUXQ
"daylight saving time she
the cotton plant and the mer
rfi 1 First Sunday Mrs. D. L. Silcox five as I announced in an oversized our home in Starke the speed- -. .. .
and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee; 'second Ladies Auxiliary MeetingThe 1 chants. But through determined I voice, we had to have some break- was with them. ometer showed that we had trav- BAPTIST CHURCH
SERVICE
1. efforts they cast off their fetters We left Scottsville at 5 a.m. and :
fast and do our packing, in ten seconds -
Sunday, Mrs. E. C Priest and Mrs. Aux11lary"ot the eled 3,011 miles; our legitimate expenses at the
third Mrs. J. Ladles and became tree men. This was a we were In high gear throwIng had: breakfast at Glasgow Ky., and that we cannot Sunday morning servlt
J. H. Pitts; Sunday, met at the --expenses at the
and Presbyterian Church difficult step to take-far more so things at suit cases and trav- dinner at Westfleld, Ind. It was this had Baptist Church the ordnance
B. Mrs. J. W. Edwards from-for trip
?i5 Sapp Mitchell cottage at Kingsley Lake than it would be to become free had not dinner time but we saw that escape of baptism will be admlni.
I
eling bags, just as gotten on
..33
Sun oil
Jr. fourth $25.72. $ ,
B. Mundy been
'q Mrs. W. ; afternoon with Mrs. J. M. : gasoline tered by the
Tuesday the serfdom. In pastor. Rev
from J.
strawberry Peru closeto j
clothes to the criticsat we would arrive at so
Mrs J. D. enough pass entrance fees to
: day, Mrs. J. H. Hundley, and Miss Lucille bridge toll $1.30, Johnson.
Goodman, Mrs. S. G. Lewis and Mitchell daughter the early days of the industry our bathing beaches Allen Long their dinner hour that we would Fair Grounds 800. It would be

+ Mrs. G. A. Anderson. as hostesses. the Plant City, Sterke and Lawtey rapped at the back door he had ask- cause our relatives some unneces- uselea for me to tell you what our Sunday evening the variou
The meeting was opened by were! the only strawberry centersIn to make churches of the town
A beautiful prayer service was Davis with ed to ride with us as he wanted to sary annoyance by having meals! cost Us and what price we will unit
,
Mrs. E. M
,. ,, held during the afternoon for Mrs. president, tM the state; now there are many return to Chicago. I was on my way some hurried changes in their bill paid for hotel accommodations as with this church in the third of
Mrs. Q. H. Lowry conducting and Louisiana Is not far behind us did not want to series of union services,
Mildred GUI Doyle, a patient at down stairs to start ablaze under of fare and we can regulate these items to which ar
Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville. Bible study. Ward led the Mis- in earliness. The product Is one of the coffee pot, I hastily laid all bother them with getting an extra suit you your purse. Had we gone di- an annual event during the sun
Mrs Charles
The remainder of the afternoon the luxuries that only the well to the blame on the alarm clock for dinner on such short notice. We rect to Chicago by the shortest mer months. For this service

nt, was spent in sewing. Late In the sionary Review. business session do can afford. Now poverty is the the state of unpreparedness in remained a few days in Peru visit- route our mileage would have been special musical program has bet
afternoon the hostesses assisted by After a short general rule, and it Is likely to remain which he found us after we had ing friends and relatives. We pick- miles thus cuttingthe aranged by John H. Powell choi
their husbands at least 800 less
"(' ' + Elaine Edwards served light re a optimists to the contrary notwith o'clock if he wished to ride with us. took him with us to Chicago. We With a fast smooth running car special Invitation Is extend

freshments.The per. standing.. ;0o It seems that it I. We left Starke at 5:40: instead of had engaged rooms at the Stevens and two drivers so that you can to all these services.

1t fit, August meeting for this cir would be well to give up straw- 5 a-m. aa planned this meant that Hotel three or four--weeks in ad- travel all night you can make Chi- .

del*, on the second Monday, will be berry growing except aa a sideline we would have to step on the gas vance so we drove direct to the ho- cago from sun up to sun up and One thousand eight hundred me

4' held at the Weeks cottage at rnetter So many products that bring a little harder In order to make the tel and after unloading our bag- save a night's lodging; in this manner were employed for fifteen yean l I

n Klngsley Lake with Mrs. J. M.Brownlee the cash can be grown here and I trip as planned.: At Valdosta the gage turned the car over to a waitIng I believe it would be possible building the Chambord chateau
'and Mrs. W. L. Wall as vastly cheaper and without such wheel was turned over to Allen as attendant who took it to the France.
in
for four
people going one car
is hostesses, and at this meeting each heart-breaking worry. he wanted to Mo part of the driv- hotel garage. We settled our bag- to visit; the Century of Progress .
4 member Is asked to donate a piece We knowof many small farmers ing. I took bit place on the back gage In room and after getting for four days at an of $20 The Carnegie Foundation dune

I 4, of sewing for the circle basket. here who are prosperous but they seat but was watching the lunch went direct to the greatest each or a little less. expense twenty-seven years has paid out t
Members present were: Starke, Fla., July 2, 1933. work so as to live at home, first of ometer and soon discovered speed-I exhibition of the accomplishments retiring professors and their wl,

Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. J. M. Editor, Telegraph all then they resolutely keep out of were only making about 35 of mankind that the world has Nature was wearing all her best ows $23,6 2.7915.

; Brownlee, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Starke, Fla. debt and do not overwork the flivver

Mrs.: W. L. Wall, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Dear Sir: Plenty of corn and free pastures -

i, : Mrs. L. 3. Green, Mrs. R. A What is the trouble with the enable them to have pork,

f4 ''1 Thomas Mrs. Q. A. Anderson, Mrs farmer? It any man can really beef, poultry eggs, milk and but.

$' J. H. Pitts, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. say, "I am the master of my fate; ter in abundance and directly from

L :ri L. Sllcox, Mrs. J. L. Silcox, Mrs. I am the captain of my soul," it the soil they get potatoes, vegeta- h

(i J. W. Edwards, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, certainly Is, or should be the farm bles, fruits, nuts. For cash crops

r4 t ; Mrs. J. D. Goodman, Mrs. W. J. er. If he uses industry and good they grow the kinds best suited to

t't Epperson, Mrs J. H. Hundley Mrs. judgment he cannot help doing their soils, but only aa a side line. _

R. H. Beret Mrs E. C. Priest, Mrs. well. While business and professional Such men show what can be done, _
,F I* O. Hemingway, Mrs. Bennett men have to wait for custo- how a farmer should live-and feel. _

and Miss Elaine Edwards mers and can do nothing before They spill no milk to cry over; they

: Circle No. 2 was entertained by they come, the farmer never needsbe think, they work. _
fr :Misses Amy and Ethel Moore Mon Idle, rain or shine; he can always Prices of farm products seem

'' day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. spend his time profitablywith low now only because they were i .
The devotional service was led Improvements of various too high before. Three-fourths of

by the circle leader, Mrs. L. G. kinds. And no matter how bad our farmers are very incompetentat

'' Powell, using as her Bible readingthe things go, he should always have their trade and cannot expect ut

first chapter of Joshua. The plenty to eat. When did govern- more than the poor workman's t

P subject for the afternoon being, ment ever try to help the mechanic, pay. .
1'{ "The Largest Stewardship." the shop operator or the mer H. E. LAGERGREN.

The usual business session was chant? But the farmer gets as-

r held and one new member added sistance all the time Is always MOULD'S FAIR ON $20 -neither. strong enough nor

;, to the circle Mrs. Ralph Alvarez. pampered. He gets county agentsto Mr. E. L. Matthews, Editor, ,

The service closed with prayer show him how to grow stuff and Bradford County Telegraph

yt by Mrs. G. W. Alderman. to care for stock gets tax exemptions Starke, Florida.So .

The hostesses served delightful loans etc., and the great ex- many people have asked safe enough nor quiet enough
) S, refreshments to the following perimenter in Washington does all about our trip to Chicago that It ,

members and visitors: he can to raise the prices of farm indicates a general wish on the

! Mrs J. H. Lord Mrs. R. A. New- products, thereby putting the farmer part of our citizens to know som-

r Born Mrs. C. A., Knight Mra. L. G. In one of the three favored tthlng of the cost of a trip to the for body of a quality car like
Powell Mrs. A, L t>" Kahr, Jr.. Mrs: classes-the other two being the "Windy City" to see the 'Century t

L. W. KlckllterMfs. E. M. Thomas railroads and the big bankers (all of Progress" where the greatest .
i Mr,. Julia Williams, Mra. Charles of them needing leading strings it collection of the progressive efforts

I Overstreet, Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. seems). So why should the farm of all mankind from all parts of)

O. }'\T. Alderman, Mrs. Ralph Alva- ers complain ? (A recent act was the civilized world have been '

TesJ: Miss Etta Tison and Miss Pearl. to loan sixty millions of dollars to brought together In an orderly exhibition CHEVROLET '.k ZSdY

I a Manning. the Chinese government for the of such..stupenduouav size a.OM k s2 M.F

iI n buying of American wheat. This, and:,character that Jt should for-
The University of Edinburgh was

:founded In 1982 by a charter,

granted by King James VI of Scot. -
land. FAVORITELRECIPES Why is it that every 12The trouble with steel alone is that it

E N cylinder and 16cylinstands just so much shock and punish- -

T,. der car In America has bodies of afeeJ ment. Steel alone is also inclined to 9 + '

reinforced by hardwood? Why is'it rumble and rattle. BUT-when you
DEMAND ,
that every make of car selling for over put the two together-a heavy,staunch a < -

i ;. OFBRADFORD $4000 uses bodies of exactly the same steel body over tough solid hardwood

, ,,i 19)1) CIS sn COUNTY type? Why? >for the same reason thatthen the hardwood reinforces the

i Chevrolet uses it exclusively Because steel-and vice versa I And the result "

; More than O5* HOUSEWIVES every test and every experiment have : the strongest safest type of body gra '

choice Havana lille.r .- definitely proved: STEEL ALONE IS such as Fisher builds for Chevrolet ;;
r plos other choice .... LY
ported tobacco .._ si FAVORITE RELISH RECIPESChile NOT ENOUGHI CHEVROLET MOTOR CO., DETROIT LICK yy 3 rr it

t.ats.ndarom.te.O4only .
All pioee l. o. ,.. Flint, "' .."i.n. Spfoiml..ulpm.nt.rtra. Law dnw.edioee
la higher priceddgmratlut' Sauce Pepper Relish and .. JOHN
Eighteen ripe tomatoes 6 onions,
RUSKIN taaditrd of Twelve large green peppers 12
vmluA.Don't. 3 green peppers 1 cup sugar, 2 large sweet red peppers 2 small
q! cups of vinegar 2 teaspoons of $445 ToS565Torode &
be muted by salt 1 teaspoon of cinnamon 1 tea hot peppers, :1 pint of boiling water -

f ; l old time brands spoon of allspice 1 teaspoon of 5 small onions chopped tine,

"marked down to nutmeg H teaspoon of cloves. 4 cupfuls vinegar:9 cupfuls sugar,

!a"JOHN RUSKIN Chop tomatoes, onions and peppers 3 tablespoonfuls salt.
't s 9 and put in cooking vessel. Add
t I*UM .mty cigar civtaf Remove seeds from the pepper
vinegar salt and spices and
.!d you full 1933 value sugar and chop all together. Pour over
cook until thick enough usually
''1 for your 5 cents. with boiling water and let stand
about on. hour. .
t 10 minutes. Drain and add onions,
r, Try a few today. Mrs. J. H. Lordl,, ,
and salt. Cook 20
i vinegar sugar
You will \
enjoy every Starke Florida. ,
ry' puff. "*. .*If minutes. Mrs.Seal Annie hot. Richard, s -f. > .i
Corn Salad Relish
_.
Starke Florida.
,
San Tha One-half gallon of vinegar, H -
Bonds cup of salt two cups of sugar, 18
Cucumber!< Relish (Repeated)
large ears of corn 2 tablespoons
f i1 AfMU, RdaensbI tumeric powder 1 tablespoon' of Take 2 dozen medium cucumbers -

celery seed, or a large bunch of 8 sweet peppers ft ripe tomatoes .
celery 1 large head of cabbage 6 medium size white onions

V4 dozen onions 1 pint of mustard. and run through food chopper and

y tfr 4 hot peppers, 1 dozen each of then drain thoroughly. Add 1 pintof s "" 'r .'VNf ak

green and red bell peppers. vinegar. 2 cups of sugar and
salt and and spices to taste. STEEL BODY
pepper
.W Run peppers onions, cabbage,
I
rN Y F'b etc. through food chopper. Placein Boll 0 minutes. Seal tight.
Yfi !
cooking vessel and add vinegar, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
BEST AND BI&CE salt sugar tumeric celery seed Starke,, Florida.

CIGAR VALUE and mustard and boll until tenderor -

to the desired thickness. Stir Next ''week the Telegraph will Chevrolet

L ; J.IAtrhtyrrltGt.Ca.lthttwnkN.l! frequently. print Favorite Salad Recipes, so Company

CLAJCNXSvnXB CANDY CO. Mrs. J. H. Pitts. send your favorite one to at once

Gainesville, Fls, DUtrlboto .. Starke Florida. not later than Tuesday morning. STARKE FLORIDAt -


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JULY 14.1986 BBADFOItD+ OOVNTY TICLEQRAPBI. BTARIDC, 'J..OmDA PAG FIYI4 41L: ?

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Mrs. Ruby Raymond and Mlsi Mrs. 3. C. Robinson and daughter MARRIAGE LICENSESThe GUESTS AT STARKE HOTEL CAUb of.. 'TMAtftfs. "* i' I '

Beatrice Sullen are expected to return and ron: Miss Vera Claire and following marriage licenses Recent guests at the Starke Hotel .We-wlsh RQth tnk,our friends tc/f/

Bits: of relatives home today from a visit with Lester Price, of Apopka were'visiting have been Issued during the past were: Y. W Oliver Orlando; tlfc"Ssr&ny deeds .of .kindness. oppressions -

in New York and Canada. friends In Starke Saturdayen ten days by County Judge B! ; K. Capt. S, Mclvor Fort Screven, Ga.; 'of'sympathy and floral' "

route to Lake City, where they Perryman: Mrs. Arthur B. Knight, Arthur offerings received during the brief

Little Miss Doris Kruse, who were week-end guests of Mrs. Rob- Arlie Broughton and Martha Knight, Jr., Boston, Mass.; Mrs. Illness and death or outs beloved j! I

IDeal Nev spent the past month with Mrs. C inson's brother-in-law and sister, Dryden, Graham. Walter Green Miami; Mrs. C. C. husband and father, W. R. Whit, l''

G. Bryant In Columbia S. C., returned Mr and Mrs. C. D. Shank. Steven Carter and Susie A. Good- Dempsey and lion Lake Wales; head; especially do we thank Dr. \;

to her home here Sunday rich, Brooker.J. ) Tom J. Lane Gainesville; Mr. and King for his loyal services. 11 ., I

Ocr People Btieineti and Miss Pearl Jordan and Miss ; R. Perry and Blanche. O'Brien Mrs. 1'4. L. :McKinnon, St. Louis, Mrs. Mary Whitehead '
Concerning Miss Loui belle Carter of Hell- Mona Alderman attended the an- Perkins, Ocala. Mo.; W. J. Rogers, R. Gordon, N. and Family.

Progre of the County and Town. bronn has been enjoying a visit nual picnic of Worthington- Henry :Moring and Blanche B. Mllney, St. Petersburg-.W.; A

here with her t'rother-in-law and Woman's Home DemonstrationClub O'Qulnn. Ocala. Camparlel, New York City; Col E.

sister, Mr and Mrs. W. G. String-- at Worthington Springs Tues- A. I. Mann and Nona Groover, C. Carrington Chicago; Mrs. M. NAT SEZ '

m______ fellow. day afternoon. After a delightful Graham. Mobley Mrs. It. L. Hayward, Pun- : ,+ ,

LE.? Roberts of Lawtey was a Joseph E. Wilson was a business I swim In the pool a picnic supper ta Gorda; D. H. Mays, Jr., Talla-

j' Starke Tuesday. visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday,, Dr. Bryan Whitfield and mother, was enjoyed by the..forty guests. BIRTHS I haasee; Luther L. Lane Gainesville Well, I suppose all Industries are !

Itor to Mrs. N. B. Whitfield, of Demopolls, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Starling, ; Roy Wheatly, DeLand; G picking up some, but there's one # i

Clemons of Brooker wasIneea a Miss Carlie Mae Reynolds of Ala., have been recent guests at S. R. Johns, Jr., accompanied by Starke, girl. July 3. Wallace Hall C. H. Hall DeLand; 'that's going ahead a little too fast

Alvin visitor here Monday. Wildwood nas peen a recent guest the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E., Mr. and Mrs. D. W. WIedel of the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harris, Pen- Charles W. Wright, Orlando: J. E. to suit us moth-

of Miss Myrtle Reddish. Middleton.Dr. State Farm wtu leave Saturdaymorning ney Farms boy, July 4. Kenley, Orlando; Miss Helen Sands ers and fathers '

Sale Stll 1 for Chicago where they Mr and Mrs. Dick Hawthorne, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. James Wells and that's kid- k
no Tope Anniversary Bryan Whitfield, Mrs. N. B.Whltfield will spend two weeks at the Cen- Starke, girl, July 10. Gepeva; N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. N. N. naping. Yes sir, P ; ? '
UPDltllf, Through Saturday. Mrs. C. H. Driggers and son, Mrs. W. E. Middleton tury of Progress Exposition. They Forsyth New York City; Mary the kidnaping '

Waldo a Clayton, of Lake Butler, were visitors and Miss Madge Middleton spent will make the trip by automobileand Tip Top's Anniversary Sale Still Brltton, Malvern. N. Y.; C. G. business Is certainly -. s
a" of was
here .
t. Alexander Monday. Tuesday afternoon.Hon. Sunday at Daytona Beach and St. expect to visit points of Inter Running Through Saturday. (Stansberry, Washington, D. C. I picking s i iupit's '
|mlness visitor here Augustine.Mrs. est along the way. picking +' t '

John W. Williams of Talla- most all the .+
up
vr and Mrs. L. D. Green were hassee and Mrs. Edythe Montgomery ., L. F. Dinkins and little Mrs. Willie S. Gibson and Miss FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur children and i I tr ;

Lltors:! to Jacksonville Friday. spent Sunday In Gainesville.J. daughter, Jo Ann of Lawtey are Eunice Gibson have returned to bankers eight I t {

spending the week in Starke with their homes In Red Springs N. C., Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for U. to Render -

Lester Mlckler spent the week- R. Colley of Jacksonville was Mrs. Dinkins' parents, Mr. and after a week's visit here with Mrs. EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE Poor propla I Y '

Li with friends In Jacksonville. In Starke Sunday visiting his parents Mrs. O. A. Andreu. Gibson's parents. Mr* and Mrs. T. MODERATE PRICES are always'complaining -

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. N. Kendrick They were accom- DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY and think they have shard > .
Miss! Estelle Kendrick spent the Tip Top's Anniversary Sale Still panied back to North Carolina by STARKE, FLORIDA lot, but they. at least have the '

Leelc-end! with friends In Galneag Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray of Running Through Saturday.Dr. Mrs. Mary Dover,. who will spend satisfaction of bctn' able to lend

Gainesville have recently moved to several weeks there with relatives. their kids to the corner grocery for f

Farm their cottage at Kingsley Lake Jimmy Mayes and Mrs. Willie - u loaf of bl'flladdthout hating to n
| S. E Blitch of the State Peterson of Jacksonville were Friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. rail out the state mllltla to see that d i rt

u a visitor here Tuesday after- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hawkins of Palatka have received II I II hey get bark home _Ie. t,
Miss Orfie Melin of Ocala Is announcements of the arrival of a
loon Howell Nasworthy at their homeon
spending this week In Starke with Paul Luther, born June 23. f
son
Walnut Street. Look! Listen!
I Cat J. L Frazee was a business her cousin, Miss Audrey Carlisle.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins former res Stop You never hear about any kid- +
after- naping In this part of the country.
ultor to Gainesville Friday Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt idents of Starke where they were
It simply Wouldn't work. It a kid
oon and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, Miss Myrtle connected with the Carola Cafe, E. C. PRIEST naper I II' wrote to anybody around
and Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworth Reddish and Miss Carlie Mae Rey- made many friends during their: ,
e,
here : or $10,000
demandinaSOOO
L E, A. E. and Miss visitors Louise here Sur- spent Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. nolds were visitors to Camp Foster stay here who will extend congrat Invites the Public to Stop at the fellow would write back and

'!Icy 1 of Brooker were Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ulations.
THE say the kidnaper would have to
day O. L. Beasley Is spending I trade It out In cow peas or squash,
several days In Tampa with her Winifred Wimberly. Miss Miss Mona Alderman will go to and what could a fellow do with ; .
I and Miss Florence
Gill
Mrs Fay to Jacksonville parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- Beth Wimberly,Miss Ethel Ricks, Tallahassee tomorrow afternoonand NEW DEAL $13.000: worth of squash? S
111 l were Visitors while in the city will be the
and H. C. Jr. of
den. Wimberly High- I'm not trying to be funny about
day guest of her brother-in-law and sister
I land were guests Sunday of Mr. hln racket. It Is really one of the ,j ;t
Mr. and Mrs. C. White '
Dr. and Mrs. Stewart Vandlvlere and Mrs. N. T. Green. George i
most disgraceful things going on a4
,
I Thomas Gill left the first of the While In Tallahassee Miss Alder- :
Jacksonville where he IsJoyed. and little son are enjoying a stay will Service StationFORMERLY : In our country todny. I'm simply ,t, i..
for attend recital
fk i man an.organ
at the Biggs cottage at Kingsley Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. Fay I trying to get' across. that im poor .
given at the Woman's College Sunday
Lake. Gill spent Tuesday in Jacksonville oik* have one thing to be thankful +
afternoon. by Hugh Aldermanof ( LOUIES' SERVICE STATION) '
at the bedside of Mrs. Mildred Gill t for I
anyway.
of Alachua was Jacksonville assisted t
,
(
street Dendy by Aubrey
Marshburn of Doyle, who underwent an operationat
Miss
Little
-
Betty
CORNER WALNUT and MADISON STREETS ?' +
lung friends In Starke Friday Peters, soloist. I It 1q ,
Marianna is the guest of her Riverside Hospital. One other thing to be thankful ?
fleraoon.I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W for is the fact that I still have some
Alderman.S. ,Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Oliver aud : : '
FREE! roods In stock at the old ,
I Judge A. V, Long of Gainesville children of Lakeland and Miss Or- $25.00 REWARDFor price. + 11
t -
i a visitor to Starke Saturday. J. Norman of Lake Butler wasa rie Hutchlngson of Tampa spent We sell PETERS' SHOES' t qq4 '
moon visitor to-Starke Saturday and last week in Starko with Mr. and sufficient information t Don't fail to call for your Gulf Comic Weekly i + 1
butcher. I It lAI'CIRAUE WOllrf, CLOTHESIANOVKK i ,
to convict parties .
Mrs. Wilmer Holzendorf.
while here was a caller at the Tele- '
j Louis Hill, Jr., of Lawtey was : graph office. ing cow 2 miles West of t every week.end-the kids will enjoy it, and the I SHIRTS. i '4

tilling friends. in Starke Saturdaytemoon. I Mrs: A. I. Spencer and daughter, Starke in back of Mrs. Tay older folks, too.Special I -

Mrs. Lois Johns is expected to Anice, Mrs. Brown and son, Roy, lor's farm, Sunday night or 'ou'll Always Ut a Square Deal { i 'lI
?
return Saturday after spending a and Miss Ruby Fugate of Jackson At This
Store
I a F. and V. V. Hazen of Brooker month's vacation with relatives in ville spent Sunday in Starke with early.l\Iondaymrnlng., Invitation to the Ladies t p

J're attending to business ink Paragould Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Information will be *Fif
kept t iJ
e Friday. secret. : WASHING AND POLISHING A SPECIALTY ]NAT STERNBERG 1 1i'tf
Tip Top's Anniversary Still Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clements of Jn
lib'and Johns and
MTS. Charley
Texas, who are visiting relatives at
Running Through Suturdiiy. A.-H. GREEN - -
file ion of Ocala were visitors Starke, Florida
Lake Butler, were In Starke Monday -

11 Saturday. Mrs. H. N. Lord of Quincy Is en- visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Alderman !,

Joying a visit here with her broth- and Miss Mona Alderman: :
|Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Roberts of r,
: er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs.J. --- I
iker here Tucs-
were visitors Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Misses : '
._B. Carlisle, Jr. Haynes, -
ly I afternoon. Sara Hope and Georgia Kath- ix1 i'4y j ,

Mrs. Thelma Johns has been ill rine Haynes and Sonny Haynes
I Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Chastain of I
for several days at the home of her spent Sunday In St. Augustine with
a City were visiting: friends liirke parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Grifln, Mr. and Mrs. Haynes Grant and ": A Tankful -

Monday. on Cherry Street. family. ;, o--:." ,

|!arj B. s. Carroll of Jacksone -
Mrs..Nathan Prevatt is a mem- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of e' v'
} t )
to the guest of Mrs. T. T. Long
ber of the Brooker school faculty Tampa are announcing the arrivalof

[Kingsley Lake. for the 1933-34 term school open. a son, Monday, July 10. Mr. and

I Miss!,( ing there Monday.Mrs. Mrs. Hoppe have many Starke
Dorothy Turner has been spot
I friends who will extend congratulations -
t guest of Miss Dorothy Sapp CROWN
Kingsley Lake. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. O. J.! STANDARD

Griffin, Mrs. E. S. Matthews and
lUr. Mrs. H. B. McLendon were visitorsto Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Stump I
and Mrs. N. G. Adams of Jacksonville Monday. have been recent visitors to Tallahassee ,
f pa. spent the week-end with ,
where they;; visited their
fads In Starke. E. M. Davis spent Monday and daughter, Miss Evelyn; Stump, at : '

R. C. Heiberger of Keystone Tuesday In Daytona Beach wherehe the Florida State. College for GASOLINE
Rural Let- Women.
attended the Florida
'*is was attending to business
I Starke ter Carriers' Association.Mrs. -
Saturday. Mrs. J. P. Burns and two children

Mr and Herbert Durden and chil- Jo Ann and Jean of Atlanta, .. > I' "I .
Mrs D. L. of '"
Rlgsby
mpa dren of Monticello, are visiting at Ga., are spending' several weeks *' r4f .
IJi Miss spent Ollle the week-end here the home of Mrs., Durden's parents, with her mother and sister, Mrs.

Marr Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Manassa.Cella I. Manaasa and Miss Mlna tells mQre':; ; :; :1: ,

Mt
and Mrs. O. J. Phillips andildren _
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Burnett
of '
Lawtey were visitors and family of Gainesville are Mrs. Beulah Trask and childrenof % :

p Friday afternoon. spending a while at their summer Lakeland are spending several -

I** Hilda / cottage at Kingsley Lake. days here with Mrs. Trask's mother than claims 1 ,
Williams thousand ;
Lakeland : : ; : rt
Mica Tucker of Miami were sad sister, Mrs. W. H. Perkins a .;r tt;,;.. :,
s t& Saturday and Mrs.F.. H. Long spent several and Miss Eunice Perkins, at their ,'
of 1
Sunday r. <
home Call Street. ..
this week In Jacksonville visIting on
Paul
E. Canova. days ."It t.> .. ,"
her son-in-law and daughter "
Dr. and Mrs. B. S. CarrolL Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of ,' :
I ; :
BT[ A -' Jacksonville spent Sunday here and I. v ,. ..
promises I ,
O -t. I
'
.
WORD :Maurice G. Langford of Pahokeeand with Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. and '
;"
I .f1.cbo :
.. :
mother, Mrs. Alice Langfordof Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Mrs. Boree : '... +"" .. (
: 'e'
COLUMN Gainesville, were visitors. to was en route to Brooker where she ,... .. A. .' ,
-
.. .
of the Brooker school .
is a member : ,
afternoon. .
Starke Tuesday .. .b -.t" .. .. I
It SALE-1M faculty. ,if" :. "
acre farm near Anniversary ..:!.A"-y" .
4vtey
fla. T. J. Griffin. 2t Tip Sale Still ,1." "

1 RENT-Ottices. and dwellngs. Running Through Saturday. Mrs.and William Mrs. Constance'A Geary and Watkins children ., Performance is the ONLY thing Fill up with this new motor fuel V '} ,

cnrria 2t I' Mrs. Sam Anderson and children left last week for Chicago, where that counts with your motor.today at any Standard Oil dealer's i. a, ,
visit Mrs. grand-
and Janet have returned they will Geary's
Lyle
to the-World's ormatlon about going home after a two weeks'. visit' mother, Mrs. O. Mlelke. They will .r or at our service stations, and .:.,.,, <-' -' '- '. '

ottIce. Fair. Inquire at ,with relatives In Rome, Ga. also visit the Century of Progress' :2 :; Thousands of satisfied customers ;
ItpII I Expo )jtl). then \nz the judge! > ,. I II
.y you ./ ; ''w r; I
.
SALE-Cash terms Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner .., who are NOW' the new : ,
or
one %'
a'11e' two lots In city of Starke and two lIOns Tommy and Jerry, Mrs. Price Charters of Gainesville .. : ;?' 1 d I IGas'ollna

Souse 4 acres In city limits. have been spending several days in ,'Ga., who baa been the guestof do ..:} orange colored Crown Standard ': "i'/ ,
0. sister Mrs. George W. Ken- E' lb" I'
J. her ,
relatives.eMn. O
Anders
.\'frtD Lawtey. 3tp Wllliston, visiting ty Is spending the week with \: fo' (containing actualanti'knock the modern :.J.4M1;: 'x ,

TO RENT, with prosbuying George W. Kenly, Miss friends In Palatka. Mrs. Kenly and RdroirudmotoroiJhaaprovedtomU. asaf' '" .

eoncrt of a tenor guitar Genevieve Kenly and Mrs. Price Miss Genevieve Kenly accompanied .- ,,,. properties at no ,lions that it is the most dependable and ..I"a'. i' 1 u
size ukelele' tenor gulKerc visited in Gainesville and ber to Palatka. : ,) economical
Charters -additional lubrication
/referred cost) have found that they can buy. '
Write Red Keystone Heights last week. Put under the "' o
105.Raiford Fla.RtvVARDFor j, Miss Hazel Middleton and Miss ; your motor protection pfEssolobe ,
Dr. and Mrs. E. O. Mansker and Rosalind Jacobs left Friday for It gives more power and smoother today. "I"'" $ .' ,

t Parties Information to sons, Reid and Elvis, of Tampa Chicago where they will spend ten performance. Proruntnctd S-O-Lsebe. ', I Is-

J West of butchering cow 2 were here last Wednesday visitingDr. days at the Century of Progress .71h .. ... .... .
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Starke In back of ...
were accompaniedto .
They
TaYlor'l and Mrs. H. B. McLendon. exposition. .. -
farm, Sunday night Miss Mlddleton's.
Chicago by iyt
;-r1J .
IoQ: Monday' morning- Infor- Jr., .of cousin, Dout Jones of Jacksonville. tA
ae111 Mrs. H C. Wlmberly .
ba kept secret., TA. ;a; :' : -
at the.GUI
Is a patient
-- (Ill It Hospital Highland recovering from an operation Friends of Mrs. Mildred Gill STANDARD OIL COM'Ati4--I

; 8AL r5obooo Strawberry performed last Saturday.Mrs. Doyle, who underwent an opera-
tae Arkavsu Missionaries, tion at Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville -

1 ryiknd's New L. G. Powell will leave Saturday Tuesday inarnlng.will be
j Improved Interested to leant that Mr*. Doyle
S. c., why
,
Columbia
white for
Itnriel. roots
on
*. See O. B. grown Newsom she will enjoy a several we ta' fa getting along. wen as can be INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKYjP'wI
A. H.' expected due to the seriousness of .
Ha. Mrs.
for prices and de7.7I3t- visit with her mother' her operation. p ra l

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tauatroxo couarrr TKXzoBArn.! BTAKMK:, FLOBIPA FRIDAY- JULY tl33 ,1935

':I'AGE SIX -.- I -- .-

Tree.Deserlpto. .*TaacCva.<* D...rrl.tl.. \\lee.! T R 4 Owner. Ter?
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'k+1 .e... T a A. Owner. A C.uNS .. D..rt.tl.. Bea. T a A Owner All Block 3 Livingston Cooto.

Com 26 ft 3inWofSE Truby A: Co'. Sub Div of
{, 8E" and 8E'4 of 14 _________ 22 Annie William
Edith Phillips n.. Cor of Lot 8 of Block NBVt of NBH -
BOB JONES 4Ey _____________--__W__ 6 U 120 -- and run N 105 ft, W 21H Lot 4; 3 or NH of Block 71"

of 8W% of 8W% es Dell._____ C.7I lOa ft Call St. JO22H Truby ft: Co'
9 _______1l 2 II H WIIJle Ann ft, a to Uvlngnton,
of ft to beg Original Bub Diy of NEH4 of
inAll
WI%{ NFv4 W% ofSE' .. 10.12 ____ _____** 6 13t Louvenla
of NEy4 W of road.2O S II II Lor.neo O..n -- : Town of Btark In NEVi. Bank of Starke____ ,.... NKVl Robinson
% S3
_: 8 6 -- 101
12 LlTlnc-
of SWVi .. Lot 2 of Block 71MO
8 of -- ---
OMMENTSON All road SE%____of___8W____%______20 C 12_ 12 R. F. Demor..t______ a.u Lot* 6, 8 Original- Town B stop, Truby" Co' Sub
( Cor o11'of 48% ft of Dlv of NE% of NB%_____28 23 J. W. Robln on-_.
i; Beg at SE of Stark In NEVi of I W 12 ft of Lot I, 4 of Blk --
HERE M*. NEy4 and ft.E680ft,8106ft run w eso ftN BWVi ___ ___________*8 6 !-Chan. O. Woodbrldge_ 126.01. 11 W 62 ft of Lot:,

,? to 106 b.II'-I A____..____20 0 III 2 Unknown -------- 1.13 Com 80 !t 8 of NB Cor of ---- I 4 :fn\ 18 and KM>
HEREAFTER.When NE% ofsuy4 Block 17 and run W 60 Lots 1. 2 of Blk 17 and
f V, SE'4 nf NEy4 and II 80 M.... Onla Freeman__ 12.15 ft 816 ft. B50ft.N25 KVi of Lot 1, S of Blk 18
___________ ________20 S ,
ft to beg Original Townof Livingston, Truby A: Co'..
E of E44 of_ _SEI4___ __ex____IO 3 12 11 Roy Edward. ______ 11.4. Stark in NEVi of I Sub Div of NBM. of NE142Sof 6 33 Mrs Dora Alderman
I get a good idea I like to 164 portion A-- 01 8W'4- of SW% "______'_'__18 6 33 H. A. Bishop_______ 38.77Cha W'AI Lot J, 2 and all IJILot.

It on. I never hear a good That Block 1 N of It I Wand E 86 l-20"ft"of Lots 6. 7 of 1..4 of Blk 17 and .
pass from the that portion of 817 of Block 17 Original Townof W i4 of Lot 1, 2 and all
story when I am away W that Stark In NE% of Lot 4 of Blk 18 Livingston
4
i, want Block 1 1'1 of H 2 Unknown 198Iy .___.25 6 13 .. O. Woou rldge___ 118.57,
Bob Jones College but what I lie. In NW% 0' NE21 U ----- BWVi ___- Truby A Co'> Sub
and of SE'4 of SW'4 eX 1 W 443 ft of Lots 6 7 of Div of NKV4 of NB%__?_28 8 13 Unknown ____ ____
10.n
..' ,: to bring It back to my boys ot. In NE Car W of road11 ZI 20 J. W. Edwarda___ Block 17 Original Town Lot 4 of Blk 19 Livingston, -- .1.10

Somehow or other, I have of SW i4 W of of Stark In NEVi of Truby A: Co' Sub Dlvl- \
girls. All SW'4 16 Roy Edw.rde ---- 11.41 __________ 28 4 22 Cba. Q. Woodbrldg___ 68.62 _28 6 22 Unknown
i I think of everything! In the public road ____________11 4 II SWVi ______ vision' of NBU of NEK __-----.. .
; come to All NW'A of SW'4 W of 1.U One lot on N aide of Call Lot 4 of Blk 27 Livingston, -- 1.10 I
y4 u' terms of our students.'I have never public road 11 I 111M... Onl. Ure.man-- 8t. 52H ft E and W by Truby A: Co' Sub DlvlvlBlon -

; people wanted I a 8E Cor of kwwof 210 ft N and 8 Hounded of NK<4 of NKM__38 6 33 A. O. Jenkins______ .
,'Iqy understood why 5NWy hlone U6 ft 1'1 and 1.83 N by Jefferson St. W by Lot S of Blk 27, Llvlnnton -- ....

; blessing Just for themselves. A 8 by Zl9 ft E and W____11 e ZI I Unknown ----- land of Vlda V Morgan.B Truby A: Co'. Sub Dlvl-

t blessing that we do not share with Corn 420 It 1'1 nf 8E Cor of by Call St and E by vlslon of NEV4 of NB(4( __38 6 33 Leanna A. Aaron----
i "'W'4 01 SWV and run Blck 17 Original" Town of Lot 2 of Blk 21! Livingston.Trnby .. --- f.l.!
others ceases to be a blessing. It W ft. 8 60 ft. EUereon___ '7.19NE1 Stark In NEVi of 8WV4--S8 6 33 Bradford County Bank ".81 A: Co'. Sub Dlvl-
iUtt;\ ol 11 1 21 Josephine side of vlalon of NE'4 of NE14-- 9 S3 Joe Hvgan. ___
beg _
become. a curse.Sometime --------- 10 )of. Rhoden Admr.____ 11.14 One lot on" North
of I1IE Of gWl4.9L 8 II Oardlner.----_ 19,8BW Call Bt 72H ft B and W 8 50 ft of Lot 4 of Blk U h".n
as NW% 01 8E'' of SW'4UhU 6 U 10 0.0. A. by Ito ft N and 8 Bounded Livingston Truby A Co1
ago the Bob Jones % n' Bloc 6 8 of R 1 WIn N by Jeffersnn St. W Sub Division of MBVi of

firs decided to move to some NEI4 of BW'4 in Ternpie. S II I .J... Den _________ 4.1'W44ofBlock by Court Bt and 8 by Call NBV4 __ _______________88 a S3a Ha Simmon _h____.___
A.-91 1.:2:
College of Blk 85
Sub Div-294 Bt Original Town of Lot 2, 8 or N>.
center where we would be nearer iSofRIWea Stark In NEW of BWVi-. 28 6 S3 Vida V. Morgan_____ 47.14 Livingston, Truby" Co'

t A number of; 1 A In NE Cor and E'4of B 46H ft of Lots 1, 1 of Sub Division of NE% of

our constituency. Blk10ofIt3WinTemples II 9 D. L. Lloyd ______ 11.11' Block 18 ex 8 SO ft Original NEt4 __-28 22a Alfred Barnes ------ ,
to -
11 6 1.i"i 'i"t -- II14
towns In good centers were open Sub Div------- Town of Starke In Block ,
d ., Tenn. had a com NW'4 of Block 2 R of R I NE'A of BWV4___. -u--- 28 6 33 Mr. J. W. Addr.wa-_ 113.57 Truby A: Co' Sub Dlvl-
us but Cleveland, Wand NI1J'/ nf Block 8 Bof One lot com 411'H ft W of NE lon of NBVi of NE'4____28 23a A. O. Jenkln _
which I had neverfound W In Temples Sub .-m.Lnte 18 and run Block 44 Livingston, Truby -- ------- 11.1.,
munity spirit R 1 II Unknown ___= = _= for of Block
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town or city I hav Diy ___--_____-______41 0 II W on Call Bt U% ft. fIrat.tbe A: Co' Sub Division of
i in any J. J of Jllo'k I In B 87V4 ft. N 105 NH3V4 of NEW__________28 isa A. O. Jenkins_ __..
visited. Therefore, the Bob Jonea Plnehunt Development II D. W X.II.7'------- ::1.10 ; : OriginalTownof I Lot 1 and 8% of Lot 2 of h --- 10.11

located in Cleveland, In NW'Lof! : _------- 4 Btark In NEVi of Blk 47 Livingston, Truby
r College is Com at sw Cor ol.NW'4 of BWH __ ___-_-28 6 23 J. M. Alvares.___, 69.S9 A: Co' Sub Division of
Tenn. BE'on E side State ftA of NE Cor of NEK of NKVt 28 S3 Fannie McC.1l
r: Com 20 ----------- _
t rood; 13 and run along Lot 6 of Blk in and run W. Lot* R, B of Blk l 2 Davis A ----- -- 1.71
.aiel road 412 ft. thence SO ft. S 36 ft f t. Truby' Addition to
like Original
This is the thought I should E right angle to said N 85 ft to beg; Starke In NE Cor of 5E344

We miss a great many ft, 1000 ft to RI right Town of Btarke In :NEVi. of NWVi W of Ry_______28 6 S3 J. M. Truby __
to on. BlshoD-- 54.56 ___ ____
pass we of way, thence along of SWVi __-_ -II 6 33 H. A. ____ Lot 11, 12. 18, 14 of Blk -- ?.01
things in this world because said right of way 411 It One- house and lot In Block 8 Davis A: Truby'. Addition ..

haven't the right kind of spirit. 1 I to S line of said NWV4 of 18 known as Starke to Stark In NE Cor
I where 811%. thence W along House Bounded N by Call of BEVi of NW% W of

; have been in communities said line .21 ft._thence______1'1_f1 6 II 10 B. A. DI.bop_____ z1.U St, W by C. L Peek. B by Ry ---- -_----.. .28Lots 6 22a L M. Cray_____________
churches fight each other, where to beg________ __ by 11. V. Knight and B jIr :Blk i 1 B. 8.: 11.10
politics All W%. of Block 8 S of by J. C. Manning Original Matthew. Addition ."A"
divided over
the people are all I.Wand Starke In NEI4 to Starke W of Walnut
of
;, and where the leaders of the Blo 6 8 of Rif Wand Town of 8WV4 ________________.*. 6 S3 Unknown ______ U." and S of 9th St. in

have financial differenences. NW'4 of Block 8 Sub S of DI.11 R 1 II 10 Unknown ----------- 11." Residence. Lot In Blk 18 NWU ---------18 S3a E. S. Matthew________. 19.7.
community I W In Temples hounded N by Call Bt. E Lot 1 of 3Iic1tii: 3. S. Matthews

Communities do not progress Block I 8 01 R _1 E TemRubESpior ___-U 1 II 10 Mr.. H.rrlett O. Cooper 1.12 by Starke House and H. Addition "A" to
conditions. Na i1- V. Knight B by Madison Stark W of Walnut and

under such Hlock 8 of--1t---I of 1'1 W by Court 81 ex B of 8th St* In NWVi____28 22a S. 8. Dowllnsj.__________ ujMr
tural resources are to be desired, and all that portion rtt.dt In NW Cor 190 ft Lot* 4. 5 4 7 of Blk 1 B.
than natural resources Block I B o R 4 E that E and W by 62H ft N andS B Matthews: Addition "A"
r but it takes more lIee In 8W1,4 01 NW'4 and on Call St and ex 1 Lot to Stark W of Walnut
to make a community. It N 17 ft of NE'4 of Blook (0 ft E and W by 70 ft Nand and S of 9th Sta in

real bonest-to-goodnesn of E and all that 8 In 8W Cor, Original NWV4 -_ ______18 22 *.Florence E. Canon
57.7
takes a pportion 01 Block
,; NE'4 Town of Btarke In Blk I B. 8 Matthews Addition -
community spirit. Block StlofH2E all 1'1 ofSeo NE% of SW%_,_________38 6 22 8. L. Peek Admr.__ 88.110An "A" to Btarke W of
that
-. 84 line and of undivided. W Int In a Walnut and S of 9th St*

or portion of Block 1 8\! Lot Com 24Vi it E of NW la NWy.--' 28SV e ss E S. Matthew_________ tilt
a Often when I am in a city It I E lying 1'1 ofIeo DIYII 1 It 11 Unknown __________ 8,12YEV4 Cor of Block 18 and runE of Lot 6,6andN5ftof
I ask some progressive young line In Temple. Rub S U 10 Unknown .::8:1: ] on Call Bt 43 l-l ft. 8 Lot 8 and all Lot 7 ex
town 8E'4U -?---------
01 BEI4 of 62H ft. W 43 1-8 ft, N S10ftof BIkAN.J.
person, "What does this town Beg .t NW Cor ot sW'4 ofwve (1H ft to beg Original Jones Addition to StarkeW

I need T" And I get the reply, "We $ ; da"n1r1:: : ? ei.'gyda Town of Starke In NEVi Unknown 30.01 of Walnut Bt In SEVi
funerals." The young 140 d. W 1 II I Minnie Pringle -------- 1.85 nf fl\V14_'_ ___-_.--.-__.11 6 S3 ------- of NW ______________-6 23! J. F. Xlckllter________n 10.II
need some pg- of22 wllftoflot.2,4oBlock 01Lot
: of land----i4- S 10 ft 7 and all Lot
"r means to say "Our older cltlens NW'4 8W'4 19 Origins Townof 8 ex N 5 ft and all Lot 9,
; man A In
SW'4_of 8W 34 eX I 81 aa Mra Louise WIIU.m._ ".12 Stark. In NEVi of. .1 Bradford' Count Bank:_ 22S.79EH 10 of Blk A N. J. Jones
-.I. s a .. .
__ .
blocking progress. _____ ------ ---
are NW cor 8WvirofNH 8W'4 _______ 60 Addition to Starke W of
WV, of NEy4 of 13 5 Elisabeth Clark ______ 5.12 of Lots 2. 4 "f Block Walnut St in SEVi of .

t I a country boy I had g1yF'18 "_ 19 Original Town of 6 22 J. W. Morgan_______ 100.80 NWVi _____ _,__________28Lota 8 22 E 8. Matthews. 11.7
When was t' ili In NEVi of 8WJ4S8B 1. 2. 1. 4. 5. 6 of Blk B
.n II 12 4 Unknown _________ U'
# a dog. He was just an ordinary, Iwviex W orBEV4S3 1 ; 1 12 10 Unknown __________ .81 Stir tt of Lot 4 N. J. :Jones Addition I to
J SEVi of NBVi ft of WH of Lot 6 of Starke W of Walnut St

r plain, country dog, but he was my SH of SEtt of BWVi *x 8 A8wsoYBE 2 6 12 14 Ella Parker_?_____._ 6.99 Block SO Original Town In SEVi of NWVi________28WH 6 S3 J. M. Alvarez-----_ >n

dog. I wouldn't let anybody kick -of---81'.1'4-----_::_::23 6 13 10 Mr. Q. M. Jnman______. 9.81 of Starke In NEVi of 8 22 W. E. Mlddl.ton___ 46.E4 of Lot 2 of Blk 1 Temple
y belonged to SW\4.\ ?__...,___--MB *' Itlon to Starke
, ; 1 him or abuse him. He W% of NE'It of ft/Nb.% e" N 12 15 M,.. Harriett O. Cooper. .13 An undivided W Int In a lot In NFy4 of NWVi and
me. Do you realize that the news- 6 A and M 00 com Y9ft8 nNof NW part ot WH of NEVi W

in town la your news vwu of NW',4of,8N'l'JE'4"an 6 ISa SO C. N. Cooper________ 10.11 Cor of Lot 2 of Block YOon nf Ry and NB Cor of
paper your BWH ofNHEo4f 8 side of Call St and SEVi of NWVi___________28 6 83 Hemingway._ 28.1Lot.
paper; the manufacturing plants BH o SEVi of BBVi --_12 ss 5 Mary F. Btlcox_____ '.n run 8 41 ft, B 21% ft, N 7 of Blk 2 TemplesAddition
manufacturing plants; 8WVi"of"NEVi" of 41 ft to Call St. thence to Starke In

1 are your the .U 6 .3 5 Ed William _________ 10,11N6AofW',4ofINW1of W to beg Original, Townof NBVi of NWVi and partof
i the stores are your stores; Btark In NB<4 of S3a R. A. Oreen________ 20..' WH of NE(4( W of By
svti and churches are your ___u_ ____28 a and NE Cor of SEW of .'

r schools Constructive I BW'4 swvj and g of SWVi 0U J JWH 6 11 10 Mary F. 8llcox__.__ 541 Hwy.--- ", Town of 32a Chas. O. Woodbrdlg___ 111I." NWy __________ 18 6 33 Dan Borer ____________ itt!
echools and churches of NWf.-N-E-iC----u; 6 U SO Frank Stern _________ 9.81 Stark. In NK'4: of HWV4.28Lot Lots 4, 6 of Elk I' Temples
criticism la all right. You of 8m SEVi of 1 8 and EH of Lot' 2. Addition to Starke in
E 8 A of NH of 13 S of i Block 25 OriginalTown NEVi of NWH and part
the most _. 6 Mr. Bertie Terrell.._ 7.61 4
Hhould give It, but about Swye oi.. --triangle-- -- being ---. of Starke In NE% Vida V. Morgan ____ 51.23 of WH of NEVi W of Ry
A 22a
I fellow I know is a fellow W 8 A of8W J8 and NE Cor of SEVi of

ornery around town with a hammer \ all N of of BH road of__BEVi______-J3 6 .3 1 J. J. Bllcox::____??___ .43 Wt oft Lot 4 of-Block 25Original NWVi ___ _____________28Lot 6 22 C. A. Futch.._______--_ $13
% starkeIn .
of 14
banging Town Futch and Joe 1, 2 of Blk Temple

': In his hand always knocking All WH sit NEVi "of -SEVi-----BzVAr -$ 6 IS 9 Bradford County Bank.6.1 NEVi of BWVi________18 ss.a C.Sistrunk A. ________ 3.25 Addition to Starke In
----
of and
NEV NWVi partof
something or somebody. < 1100 } 0'SW344 the Lots 7, 8 of Block 28 Original WH of NEVi W of Ryand

8Wy 6 13 38 Unknown __________ IJ.60 Town of Stark In Mr Laura Hemingway83.23 NE Cor of SEVi of
selfishness, 2aPoVoWWWo,23 NEVi of SWVi__________38 ssa NW'4 ___ __ ______ :__18 6 22! M Rhoden, Admr.____ 2H
V Isn't It strange how Starke Block 29 a.. extended on Lot 6. 7 of Blk 15 Temple
prejudice, and' sin blind UII TWouldn.t lying' 8 Ensey May ex 8 100 ft Addition to Starke In

wonderful world MldlIebure, pUblOas 6 II IS Bradford County Bank. 6.73 and ex E SO ft Original NEVi' of NWVi and part
it be a road-18.71 A -- 13 40 of Starke In NEVi. of WH of NEVi W of Ry
-24 6 Ruby A. HayesILIo Town Mr J. W. Andrew___ .$
*
If we were all big enough to under- NEVi of NEVi----d---I WH of SWVi ________________*8 22 and NE Cor of SEVi of
*, and NWVi of NEVi and all ti. S 100 ft of Block 29 a* extended NW% ___________.95 < S3 Futch" Sistrunk_____ '.3.3Lota
other's view point of NEVi
stand each of 8WV4 N ofutAlc on Enemy Map 14, 11 of Blk 18 Tem-
r F with each other In our 1'.1',(, of SEVi of NWr Town of Starke plea Addition to Stark
Original 46.34Mr
F sympathize and NH of a sia Unknown _________--
A individual problems? roadV 6 13 78 Unknown __________ 11." In NEVi of BWVi_______ 38WH p".rrfwOf, NWU and
ie e foNe r'W14 ofi94111,14\ of Blk 10 a* extended of NEVi W '
W on Ensey map ex S 105 .. of Ry and NE Cor ofSEI1
1'1 II A nf Pee Town of of NWVi __ 28 6 33 T. J. Alderman__ ______ 111
Original
} wall I saw ft 46.34 ?
church SwVl of John___
One time on a of SE4N K4and 22 *. E. F. Lot and
: 1 11 31 Mrs. Berth Wlnchell__ 10.71 Btarke In NEI4 of 8WJIS8Lote ex Fracl 9 -
+ this motto: "I am only one but I I road ---f w .: 7. 8. 9 otlJlock N 80 ft of Lot 10 Temple
ruff
E A NSof Addition "toBtarke Addition to Stark InNEYt.
I cannot do everything M. Johns ___ 17.26
am one. 0 A 1 In ,6 ssa J. W. Morgan
of BWVi--2S of NWVi and part
In SEVi .
.80yd
being .
1, but I can do something. What I I SWVi\ of BEVi sT 180 yds 4 6 8 of d'W 81 ot WH of NEVi W of Ry

can do I ought to do and by the *and Nand "->-y--- ----_1$8 30 Bigg A SternbergSO ___ 14." LOjeli. Johns to isa A. H. Johna_______ 17.11 and NB Cor of SEe ofNWVi 19.1Lot
E H&--- nd Stark. In SE"4 pfWVm.28 o---------------3$ 33 :M. Rhoden Admr._____
1 grace of God I will do." What a E 3wVi of of 8EVi:ofWN-tU.a _*aWV4 6 11 Wilson" Sternberg.. 10.11 Lots 1. a, 5 and Fracl Lot r 7 -
-wonderful community we would ot BEVi A. B, C. D of Block 86 Addition to Starke In
would make of EH : n 1 ISa 10 Mr*. A. F. King__?___ (.13 J. M .John Addition to II-A. H. John______ 13.SO NEH of NWVi and partot "
have If each Individual B88" o"fNWVi"SrNEV.;e- Starke In SBVi of 8WVi--S8 WH of NEVi W of Ry

this his motto and live up to Its! A road ._ --..378WV is I Mr*. O. M. Inman_ (... Lot 6 ex N 20 ft and all and NB Cur of SEVi ofNWV
__ of public lass----S A- nNr Lots I. 7, B of Block 87 --- ---------_---18 < 33 C. A. Futcb________--- II
P < of BEVi and S A In J. M. Johns Addition\ to A. H. .Jol\n.._____ 5.73 Lot 1. 2, 8 of Blk 27 Tem-
The deepest well in the United Cor NEn S3 SS Ben Johnson ______ 17.36 Starke In SEVi of SWiS8Lots a xs ttlea Addition to Starke

the Western Gulf OilCompany's Cor --Wt: NEy4- -:nd 40. 41. 41. 48. 44 45 49, In NEVi ot NWH J:: and part
States Is of land.
I4 and NEI4 60, 61 and other 8 of WH of NEVi W of Ry
well at Santa Marls, 14 W'4 of tlPiY W.6Aandex of John. Add In SBVi of and NB Cur: of BEVi of '

of BWVi, ex !7 11 III R. BJ.r.r *-______ U... SWVi J. M. John Addition NWVi --- ---_--_-_- ,,_ 28Lots 6 32 Mr. Fronl Dowllng 11.3
rnad. --
r 4 Calif. i A for ;-8WVil-----*- I 12 II A. E. w.tl--_ 14.16 to Stark In BEVi of H. John-- _____ 12.11 8, 5, 10 of Blk 27 Temple -
I W S A of NEVi off 17 S 11 10 Kit William _______ .n ewv4 rll 1 II-A. ? Addition to Starke
r. --
'
f In Ethopla education Is for the 9W14 of BW'4 of NEy4 SH A3 of"Ry"Tn"8w"cor"ofBEVi ; ;; ;' in NEVi of J NWV4:: rind part
i 10 A on 8 aide off ii 10 Florence C. Flynn____ 10.11 of SWVi bounded N of WH of NEVi W of Ry.nil
f'I clergy alone and the people areu'S NW tof NB'vi of NWVi=:17 S 11 .1..1. Keller._______ 6.07 by John. Add W by Ry. NB Cor of SEVi! ofMWU 1
generally illiterate. W 11 68MTf "w of NE Cor of 8 by 8eo line also Lots 9, _- 18 !2 _- Tit r. -m. L, Biggs"--_-_-___ II
Beg_BiT NEVI and run W 10 of Blk 47 J. M. John. Lot 11 of Bik 14 Peaks Ad-

L } NOTICE OK ELECTION of the 381! %i.f of ft.: tt to 5$5 he.__-_t_%_11 ( 11 Starling McCoy _-_ 11.12 BEVi Addition of 8WV4---w$5 to 15t rti.n a sia J. O. Boyd-_______ 11.14 dltloll In NW to St.rke of NWJ,411 N of 9thBt 0 22 VJ4a V. Moraan---- 13
mayor lob
1. W. B). MlddlBton. virtue of ft. 8 of 1'11'.1 Cor (Of Lot 1. I, 8 and 8H of Lot Lots 13. 14 01 Bile U Peek.
Florida by ft
City of Stark Com 1011 W 4 of Block 4 Livingston, Addition to Starke 1'1 of
authority vstd In me by the heldat law BE\4.\ 01 NE'4 and E run no ft, Truby A Co's Addition to tth St. In NWy of NW _II I 33 Futcb'" Xickllter_-- 11
to b* ft. 18.12Lot.
do hereby aall hall an In election the aforesaid city 410 ft, 8 tOil to beg-____-___11 a isa 1 J. J. K llr.Josephln .________ 7.59 Btark In WH.of NESi-.tS ssa UnknownLivingston------ Lots 1. >'Aldd4itf'n 4 :: RIk 4Peeks
1'' th* city at the last N 1011 ftJ N$45ftofW',4 1. 2. 1. 4. 6 of Block ( StarkeN
''h i by the electors qualified Tuesday.August B100fto BE'4 ..f NE'4-11 is Qlover ----- 7.11 Livingston,Truby A Co'sAddition of Itb S& In NWy4 0fNWi4 11.1
general city election on NWI4 ot Btark In ____ __18 IIH..A.
oiin to Blebop---
V 1 1988. for the purpose Com 300 ft W of NB Cor ofWH. W. T8mltl1_____ 10.11Lot
'V determining, whether or not the said of NWVi of SEVi of WH of NEVi--_______38 ssa Lots U. 14 of Blk B RI.Inge .-
Livingston Addition to IItarkeS
5
Block
W 7 of
City of Stance shall permit shows the operation ont NE>i and run 8 IU 13 loll ft ft Truby A Co'a Addl. nt 'tb Bt In NWi4 of

r of motion picture 109 n. N IU ft, __--__-** 6 11 Geneva Towns ______ 6.01 tlon to Stark in WH of Truby A Co. 3.10 Loci0 ___ __- 11 II Jlr. Nina n. BI.hoP---- T.I
the Sabbath. to tK 11 ssa of C RI.-
said election F. A. Inl.f.eolion of 8th NE'4 T. I Blk
V: Inspector of Com at side ..wof 4 BT*. vvrir'ioTii. inge addition to IItarke
Hem.Inf W ]Lot. ,
if. Q. Ste on -
Canova Lake
r I Boott. Paul H and and run W on rte. 4Iw"YISe'_1..J. 12. 12. 14 of Block 10 Livingston. 8 ot ttb 8t In NWi4 of I,

t *testimony; whereof. I hereunto Lake of et 8th Bt 15 ft 217.ar '.-....- Truby A Co'- NWI4 _____ ____-_____11 4 II :Dr, P. A. BrlnaonLot. _,.--
the 8 aide Southeasterly 1st :"'v- -- Addition to Btark In J. I. I. 4, 9, 10. 11. IIot
and ceo.e
subscribe my name) thence Mr.. Lee Morgan_ I'.n
yt NE'4.U sss Blk I J. o. Alvaree Addition -
fixed 8t. W of
seal of said city to b* hereunto ft to W side of Lake %
11 Livingston to Stark. 8 ot
ft 11 of Block
160 Lot 4.
thl. S8th day of .u titD&-l-: Thence Northerly of Truby A Co's Madison and W of Wal- It
W. E. Mayor to pt of beg U a is 00. c. whit____ (.is Addition to Stark In nut 8t. --i8 II Jaa Lamb _----
NWI4* BTB'CoTor B WC1BWV4 WH of NEW.__________-18 asa J. O. B074___ H.$ Lots 5 6 7SofBIkSJ.
s f Atp.ttCARL Com at and 8 4u ft of Lot 1 0. Alvare e Addition to
., JOHN. City Cler and run W 795 ft, Lot O
:IOIHll.U NB SOP ft, Ea.tirly of Block 14 Bounded 8 Stark. 8 of Madison and 11
N Ill ft. thence E 174 by J. O. Turner land Livingston. W of Walnut Sts--28 6 III Jlrl. L. V. Dowlln.--
: 304 ft to beg. also Truby A Co's Lots 1. 1' 8. 4' 1 10, 11, 11of
ft. 8 801 ft 8 of Mr*. Addition to Stark In Bik I 4 J. b. AlvarezAddition I
I ) certain land. and W of WH of NEVi__-11 ss Ftnella.. Louis BnyLot to 8tarke S of
iFt l H. parkman $W14-- -3i a H 10 H.... E. F. 'John.____ 47.44 dera --- ""m 14.73 Madison and W of Walnut -
of
Ry In SE4 part of Lot.-- 11 of Block 16 Livingston ate ____________11 I II Ja. Lamb.0
Lot B and fracl MH ft Truby A Co'a Addition Lot 1 of Blk 1 Wynna AddlU..n -
being
1 1 of Block 1 W of to 8tark. In
I to Stark in iii NWi4of
and 11
E
N and 8 by 310 at ft NW Cor of NEVi _-_ __r-8$ ssa R. J. Davis..__7"-- 15.06 8Wi4 ?___________18 1 II 0111. Mar ____---
W, land Also owned com by J. O. Lots 8. 9/10, 11 of Block 11 Lots 1, ,9, 10 of Blk 1Wynne
of and Livingston, Truby Co' Addition to Bt.rk. 4
,-. Turner on Cherry ft ft Addition to Btark In In NWi4 of SWIioU 0 32 n. F. Demoreat--

n' sc; B run 110 N ft on to said Church St 81H 81, Son WH of NE'4___________18 33a R. F. Dmorst.__ T.59 Loh A. B. C 01 Blk 1 w

61 H ft W 'Lot. 4. S of Block 11 LIvIngston Wynne Addition to 8..rk. f1EA
Bt
Church Original Truby A Co' In NW'4 of 8W'4U 1 II Boyd Jrollow.r: --
210 ft to beg Btark inLott' ot Lots I I, ,of Elk
I Addition to ,
f
tl /V* / of Town SWVi of .Stark_______In__NEVi._e&'U" ( 11 J. 0. Turner.____ 48.(4a 1 o 1 NE% _-Moc.19 ssa J. O. Boyd 13.01Livingston IIlarka r Wynn. Addition to II
Block 2 : 10 of In NW\I. 01 SW'4U S II RA Oreen---
a.
; at bunnsc/ Lot 1. 4 1 of
1 ; mtended on Enseys Map Truby Co's W14 of Lots 1. '. I of Blk
'Btark In 1 Wynn. Addition to
to '
Addition IT
t l3 e Original of Town BWVi------of Stark n -- Cha Crutchfleld.H. ._-.--= 19.44 WH of NE' ___ 38 II-D. L. Sllcox.__ 11." Sl.rka In NW'4 of BW"U S II p. ..a_ Ol'8en-----
In NEV4 Lots I. 1. of Book 19 Liv.ingaton Lot 4 and N\4i of Fr.cl Lot

},y sew W ...... m 1010 b.,4. NH of Block 6H Original In NEVi ;s EI ot Blk I-W7nna Addition -

_--> -T tM -.--* .* S-4 H _- Town of Btark_ _____ ___18 a na A. Bishop.____ ?./lLot. Addition to u.'tak.co to 8t.rk. III NWI4 11
of 8WV4 __ ____18 a ssa Nat Williams 11." Of
_
e4aa"ss rss _y --.! ._ -. l 8 of Block 6 Origin WH of NEH__ 8W\4\ U 0 II Mr. Karla Lalon.-
In Lot. 11. 11. 14 of Block 11 aii ot Fcaei Lot-B and

tkyp.w dui h..e. d r Tap lib.11 al NEVi Town of SWVi of _stark_-____-_" 11a Florence Flynn .J::=...-m: Livingston. Truby A Co' Jrrael Lot F of Elk I
Addition to Btark In Wynne Add. to Btark. In CMWI4
'. ..tea.. .-y.'e--, .. ....Ter..-I.l.y. ale.ee.e.ra. E of 81 ft.Block 11 In.1 of$ Lots Original 6, 8 W of NE"----r-----u ssa 0. W. a O. C. Wblte3.33Lou \ of SWi4--______3$ S II R. F. D.moreat--

yu-l Mrl In NEI4 11, Bile I. Dowling Sub DI.I-
Btark
tepee fr sssl* ef.8esiifisiTrsi Town of _,_._ .. II-A. H. Johns_...__ 1S.6S 17 Livingston, Truby A lion In NW'4 ot 8Wi4 11
Coo r1sw; 'Cor i-i-of Co's Addition to Stake and 8W14 Of NW\411\ 1 22 Eo J. DowUn.---
11 ssa -Mra J. W. Anllrew._ 1.97 Lot
W% of 1 of Blk 1 City Park
i-ili 1 1.S-TSJ pea N I 105
15 and run Lotin N9E'l0ef block
(__T. a-J. _.. Tar pre -*] rt Block ft. E 18 ft 1 In. 8 105 ft 1. 6. 7, 1 Bub DIYI.lon W .nd.C'.
t
1 A Addition ISWI4
Truby to 8t.rll'.
In
y. .... W to 81 Livingston
; .a lie pepr er..gl..1 per to Call Bt, thence Town of Co'e Addition to Stark of SBl4._______18 S 22 JoIr. J. W'Atl r.w.-'

HAROLD C. WALL beg Stark' Original In NE 4 of 8WI4U a is R. A. (Jreen.Cha ...__ ..... In W'4 of NEH: 38 ssa Fr.nk Morgan ... (.71 Lot 8 of Elk 4 City Park
q' Lota 6 I ot Lot 1, I. 8 of oeli1Lir Sob DIYI.lon Wand Ca
E 21 ft S In of I
A Co1 Addition to 8tark. In
ingston. Truby
INSURANCE grown _
1 Block 14 Original of Son Diy of NEVi of aw'4 of 8E'4-u1I S 13 --Mr.. J. W. Andre..-

of Btark In NEI4 _______ .,.__11 ss Annla Williams ___ 15.06 Bee .t a stake E aid
STARKE FLORIDA BWVi -..... .._...U' is a. Woodbri.f.. ..... NEVi on a

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$s.. T R A OwwerVlda T..eprarrlptl.a Tax. Tmew MRS MARY ANN NEWMANS ,J.. '
A cwtof D."rl.tl., S>*... T ROn A Owacr Coat. l>..". .>tlo. 8... T R A Oweer R ..'_tl I MACCLENNY-Mrll. Mary Ana f'i''i ';

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run
and
t WalnU' St tt W 210fietrt lot of land 148 ft .q N'Vi of NWVi 12 A In BE"or Newmans, 35, resident of Macclen- ; f
105 N on In SB: Cor of NWof x. 21Wlfc 7 22 11II In... Ivry Pollard.L ._____ 10." ,
Wainul Mt, !SE$3! I 22 ofSWL428- ___________ 586 fly died Saturday'In a Jacksonville)
to bea in Green Hamilton ________ 4.!p of NWI 1 22 20 M. Andrew
:
n I A In
..,,1 91, :nG t ___!__ __!88 e ne V.: Morgan.. 8W "or oVI "of \ SKv, of NEVi and NEH of hospital, following: a brief illness.
_::_- 11.:14:8 I NWVi of 8E14-.._.._ 32 8 21 1 Ed RO Unknown ..____________ 2231
SI.o'' Slarke bounded ; J.Johneon.. : ______ 241 8514 ___________________17 7 22
o' S by Com 460 ft N from 8W : : NW'4 of SRVl' of NEV4_____* 1 22 lit mill Jones ____________ 4,11: Mrs. Newman! was a native* of
OtJ! b' C q .I Orlffln W Cor of NW% of BE%, and NE ..of NWVi' _____________IS 1 M 40 J. C. I.ee________________ 12.70 Bradford County, and later movedto
Bb t bY, IW-;,Aal-8 .t Mr. Eva KllUan. 11.44 of run B 390 tt, fora pt All NWV of SWVi 8 of Ry Macclenny with her Mr.
nni: E ---- I beg, thence run E 70 -18 A and NH of SWVi parents, )i'

S Uf fl rlbedplees of the opr"pePi of ft. 8 210 ft.W (10 ft. ,.' of SWV4, ____________28NWVi 7 22 13 T. :J, Luanda Perry..... U.S1 and Mrs. William Rosier, whore ,
thence
Oinf drec N about SB ft to ofTWVi ex 8 A In
In.wlt: Be. at road, thence bad resided until her death. She Is
ooldloln along B! aide NK Cor and Vi A In NW

\ r r T,of Long land by S. Lot of road 4. B to 8 pt Blk of 5 Lincoln 32 8 22 Bell He.. _._1___._ 16.26 Cor __. _____________.11 7 22 82 C. Van Alatlne.___.____ 17.81 survived by her husband Jack t

T.mpl'' and run N 1. City ViI of Ry in 844 of ., SWVi' of NEVi and 15 A on Newman: four daughters, the ., -

J. S H t h.nceS'lf SEV ._ .'__ __._,______U 1 'John W side of SEVi of HKV. Misses Rettle G
... W ft. Lots i 7--of- Blk-- B Lincoln: 21 Lewis _.i..__ til and 5 A N of Ry In NW Leona Rosetta, and fy II

4p"'r.,"' .." .839B 81f City W of Ry in 8V of Cor of NEVI of SKVi and Pearl Newman, and two liOns Jo- ft, O {
'IhenMg'391eft'' U de.r".. In NB; Cor of NW14 of (
f thence N E 1. dc.roe. Lot SE"-'6.-7 ct Elk-6"Lrnorn-$2 8 22 Ed J. Johnson.____ 1.30 SEVi ___ __________._.21'H 7 21 80 T. J. Alderman.-- ale and Richard Newman, all at ; t i

g 41 ft to bas In City W of Ry ,In 8V4 of W of 8RV4 Of 8WV4 of home. Two sisters M II. Nettle ,G' '

rll -----d------U 5 II Bradford, County Bank__ 11../ SE4. ----------U$ 8 22 Ed J. Johnson __ 1041 REV;: ___ __________.> 7 22 1n.S: : Fort--___ 3.60NWV4 Griffin and Mrs. Evelyn Gatlin of
I *'! l<1011. a Alvar... : W of Ry In SV of 8BVi-82 8 21a Ed J. Johnson___ 1.18 All Blk 1 In Wright Add Macclenny and six brothers, Mid- ':
AdBIne 81 if extended ..>. Lots I, 2. a. 4. 6.; 6, 7, 8 of to Hampton _____?_.__.10 7 28 J. P. Johnson...._______ 1..10 dleton, Shelton, Elter, Warren '
Eby hY RY lands. W b722 Blk 9 Lincoln City W of Lots 1. 8. 3. 4, S of BIle 8
a, .. ________ ,. SI .T.. Lamb --- 1.1 I Ry In SVi of SE-____82 11 Mr.. J. W. Andr w.Mra. ._ ..'11 in Wright.. I Add to Hamp Brantley and Selley Rosier of Mac-
w.M NW Cor ot $84 of Lot 4, 6. { of Blk 10 Lln- ton --_- -.---_----..- ..80NVi 1 22S3 Willie William. .____ 10.11 clenny also survive.4'
Be. .t. alld run E ft. coin "Ily W of R" ID SIi of BIle B In Hampton__SO T Mrs. Ada Nlmmo-_?___ 21.10
e n. ft. W 4" f. N 41"ft of SEVI", ----___________U 8 II J. W. Anelre> 1.10 Lot. S, 4 of Blk 13 In Funeral services were conductedat q,+ II
b'If-- __ .21 ( 21 Laura E. Mond.n'itA -- IT.1t Lou 1, 4. 8. T. 8 of Blk 11 t. Hampton$9 T 22 W. O. Seal..________ ..... the grave In Sapp cemetery, at k r
10 .. of BWVi B at Lincoln City W of Ry In 8E'4 of NKV4 less Ry right ,1
In Ste known a. J. S% of SEV4- 81 a 22e Mr. J. W. Andrw.____ 110 of way and less 1 A N of 10 o'clock Monday morning by the) g, t
1I.41.on\lvar. R" Blk In Lot. 1 6 of Elk 13, Lincoln Ry and E of new publlo Rev. Willie Crews. Funeral arrangements ,
si.rk'o ex 1 lot In NW City W of Ky In 8V. of road .__ .___________IO 1 22 87 :Julia Hattie ft RebeccaMaxwell f '
fi
.0101 10 J. L. Peek28 22 J. W. Andrew, Jr._,.__ 15.24 SE$1"' 22e Julia Albert __?___ 1.11 -.-----.- 1291 were In charge of Bo- + ,
Cor sE of Madl.on Lot. 1, f. 3. 4, T of Blk 14 NBV of BBS and NH ofSKVi ree and Giddens, morticians Jack- '
com .t Au and run Sand Lincoln City W of Ky In of BKVi and HWV4 '

Bay 8aY St U4 [t. E 80 t. 8Vt of 8BV4.!: _____31 22 10(r.. J. W. Andrew.,.__ 1.10 of NEVI -_____________i SO 7 22 100 Ida D. Maxdl-_ 20.47 sonvllle.
all ft to i Madison 8.thence Lot I of Blk 15 Lincoln City Com 6B7H ft N of SW Cor .

1'1' 133 \v on Madison St W of Ity In Ayk of 8&411 8 22 Wllll. King .______ 1.08 of NICK of NE,", and runE All turkeys originally came from ,#' : b''
'* 260 N W
to beg-$8 J. H. Bra P. Lord 21.11 N14ofNWVIofNWVIeiSA ft 107V5 ft. "
tt aW Cor ot Madison on W end and % A 260 ft, 8 197U ft to beg__30BM 7 22 Qua.l Durden. J. II. North America. J

Cam at Sanders 91" and run vault lot ____.___-1.___82 S III 12 Mr*. E P. John.____ 11.18 Saxton ____________ 15.18 .
and fI, W lOa tt, N Com at NW < NWViof of SWU of SWVi____30 7 22 10 Pat Adam.._________ '.11I
S 138" to Madison 8. NWVi( n itorruc.f: H (25 e All that certain piece of Wasps have been called theruiar l ,
ill tl E on Bald St 10. ft. 8 106 ft. W (28 ft. N land lying between O. 8. original piper makers. I
theme. bell. __ ont 1 12 -- J. W. Hno &y.---- 10.811Madlooll 105 ft to belt-IVs A--___12 5 sa 1 Ruby A. Haye..__ 2.40 & K Ity and S.A.U. Ry; In .
rt to fronting 100 tl Eight A In NW Cor of NEVI NWVi of NEVi- A..80 7 II 2da D. M""w.I1.____ SB8 8RRVICID COMES J '
lots 81 and run N 100 of NWS ____- .188 e 22 8 J. O Boyd__?____.__ 4.81 Lot 1 of W14, of NWW-81NWVi 7 II 10 Hester Adame _____ 4.74 Without" discounting the }
8 of of H 20 Charlotte B. \ of HRV4\ and WJ4 of Import. I '
Bounded S by Madison % &WV4 8\V"-U' : II Herr.__ 4.74MB ance of the funeral director func .
rt by Court St. N bT Beg at NE Cor of NWVi of KM of !BBV4! \ _82Wl 7 II 60( :t. R. Dov.r__________ 1914 tions .. a seller of merchandise
fV Andrew. Jr. W by NEVi"' and run S 482 ft, "' of 8WH-___-. .1 80 P. n. Dny.r_________ S3 74, a. a skilled scientific worker and +
of Mr*. J. W. An- W 15 tt to the pt of beg, 8WH of NWU-88 7 II to S. W. Watterson.11.10 bell.v. that the keystone of w* f
JKt. In Cook..". Add thence W 807 ft, S 141 3-3 N 210 ft of NE'4 of SE1434SRU 7 U 8 A. 111. Trle.t.___,______ 1.77 fe.nlon I. sympathetic our pro. d }
__ZS. 21 Dr. w:. E Mlddleton__ 88.79 ft. E 307 ft, N 141 2-3 ft of !BI3V4! -34NBV4 7 21 40 W. O. 8..al..________ *.0* to the bereaved personalorvlc 1t i" '
In
M/t'SJw'cor if'Mad7.on to bear 1 A .. 11 12 1 Mr. Hester L. Thoma_ 11.81 of SKvI *x: N 420 ft_ 4SWVi 7 II iii Unknown _____n____ *.BS all our relation with family. ; ; '
W! Court Stt. and run B..III' at NW Cor of 8WVi of .. I of NBt4----.-----31 T II 40 Scott R. 8wlnd.I1..?__ 10.71 remember that our flr.t our patronaw duty 1. '

W 100 fl for a Pt of heir.r8To5Nft mI.n1t run a 241V, ft, !" Com at NW Cor of NEVI ofEr11And".rn to lighten .o far a* lie. within our in
B N mVd ft. W841V4 ., I 386 yd., the burden of I'
sTOno ft to beg__________81 6 II 3: Unknown ___________ 240 H : 38B yd. mower. those who n ,w'

the pi of beg In Town 8 A In NW Cor of NEVI of \', W 251 H yd. to beg-20 A We always do our beat to help our +', j,
or Starke __________--13 e 22 Mr. J. w: Andrew.___ 47.14 I'1E' % being 417Vi ft E and ': and HEU of NEW less 5 A patron. Select the merchandise and ; '
al NW Cor of Bay and W by 440V4 ft N and 8 ; In Nrf Cor and S A In service suited to their condition and
BI and M.dlaon Sia and run and 11 A fn NE Cor of ;' 8W Cor-31 A________.-IS 7 22 la w. W. Packman.___ 11 es needOur service I. finer, our Tt.
N 106 ft. W 830 ft to NWVi of BEVi", being 8314' Com 55 )'d. N of 8E Cor of price are lower. .
Bro.dw8) SI S on said ft N and S by 487% ft on NEVI of NEVi and run W IIOIUCIII ninnio-r i
106 tI to Madison S. N side and 413 ft on S '.: tao yd*. N 110 yds. E ISO 11I'.1 DI..t.r. ;
I It thence E on said St 230I side to publlo road._____38 8 22 17 Charles o. Woodbrldg-. .. 10.44 yds, 8 110 yds to beg____ISSWVi 'II 5 II. s. Roebuck.- Stark Branch Near Depot lt I)j
Stark* _r-r1* 6 22 Mr. Joiephtne NBVi of SBVi ex 6 A In NW of Ry rightof
I beg In -- Edwards. 17.14 NWVi ex :Jaokaonvlll on River.Id* Avenue F ,
Lot! In Stark BoundedV Cor also com at 813' Cor way and; *x 1 A for th.a. oVOIIu-4 A......_ .Mcrvlo.
B by Wm Edward and of NW VI of SK'i and run school __ ._ 35SWV4 T 22 35 A. L. Sullivan.._____ 12.92 t
I C A. Knight and N 412 ft W btK S 14'l. ; of SEVi ." 5 A-In SW n ...... 4
_r/ Humphrey W by ft. B elf ft to Cor In NH Cor 4 4w
Broadway I St and N by and N 10 A of.SEVi of and t'ldIn :) Cor-___.__IS T 12 27 W. U Phllllp.______ ell
Und if A L. Alvare*.___28jfcMtNBCor 1 22 W. M. Edward.---- 607 NEVI- ___ -_________!____83 8 22 52 A. H. John__::;t._____ 2220 7 ;] Cor of SWVi of Say it with Flowers '
: :; of Call and Lot 2 of Elk t In :J, M. AEItn48E! -__- __IS T 31E3 7 C. A. Toungblood.T ._____ 8.15
bis I run N UB Johns Bub Dlv of NE% of 8W% of NEV4 end IIn'
..
Tlldn ft for a pt of beg, ..., of NEVi -______________11 8 22 1 I'or.. Fannie Stewart._ 1.65 A SW Cor of SEVi of .. i ,j fd ,
thence E 11 rt to Mr. "- .' Lota S. 4 of Blk 5 In J. M. .'. NEVi"' ___ ______.._______"S 22 13 F. C. 0.lger_______ 11.84 {
Humphreys' Int. thence N ,. -, John. Sub Dlv of NEVi of Belt at a pt on W .Ida. of Flowers For All ''i.U .

8i t ft to land of Colley, NEV$1\ 6 12 4 _A. H. John.,.._-?. 6.42 Ity right of way on Sect.
Thence W 100 ft to 8t. : Beg at SW Cor of SWVi'" of ? line and run N on rightof 5----I _.Tl_ .. ...... ,-a ? t' 4
thence S 15 ft to beg inN NEVI'" and run B 571% ft, way 70 yd. W 85 yds.S ,
1 .'u, of 6 ZJ B. F. Hall____'_::__ 7.84 N 800 ft. W 571'% ft, S '" 70 yds. to aRid See. line, '
Lot. 2. S of) WJtkIrZS 800 ft to beg,__. _______34 6 n 11 B. B. & Martha 8app.___ 1." thence I K;] to beg-V. A In GERTRUDE GODBEY
I Janet Add to Starke- 28 f U H. C. Rltch________ 27.57 SEV4\ of NWVi\ of NWVi____84V 8 21 10 A. E. WaU__.________ ..111 BEVj of 8W<4 ?________IS l'' 22 C. A. Toungblood-...__ 8.SS
bm at SE Cor of Jackson A In NE Cor of NW% All Sm% of BWVi W1 of Ry ANDERSON

fand Day AtR and run H; of NWV.!: ________ ____34SEVi e II Edgar Davl. .,________ 1.11 ex I A In SE Cur and 4 A .
I JI"i' ft. 8 10B ft, W 62% of NWH of SEVi"' .___34 6 10 J. O. Johnson.____-___ 4.411 In NW Cor and Com at Phone 39 Waldo Fla F
| N 105 ft to beg in NEVi of BEVi\ ex K A In SW Cor of SWVi of SWVi ..
ft.
Starke t8 6 22 Dr. B. I* Blgg-i-;:' ___ 1.53 SB Cor _________________84 8 22 8$ Bradford County Bank._ 11.81 and run N 220 yd.. W] IS] Occasions 6
(h e lot In starkBTTSoundedI 5 A .ri In SB Cor of NEVi yd.*. S 220 yds, W 131 yd.trt '

I E by Sanderson Lane, N of BEVi --------------14 8 22 5 8. n. John..__________ 2.47 beg _n_.___ __. __---SoBWVi 7 28 25 W. Q. Real..________ 10.SB 1 li
br Jackson St.I W by Hoillnnnworth 2 A 1nIW Cor of NWVi\ !! of NBV4 __::________86 7 22 40 H. r.. Kln"h..n__-____ 10.71 I
Lot and Mr*. of NEVi\ _______ ___ __!. 8 22 2 A E. Wall____________ Lae NKVt of BWVi\ of NWVi_..84 7 22 10 W U. lleal.: ______ S.15 9 ;{ I,
Moor, 8 by Mrs. Moore 8F.4 of NWVi__.___..__26 8 22 40 Mamie Geiger ___.._? 11.81 of NR% and N"j of G
J and Dr BittgK_---______28 6 22 R. A. Green______ 101.70 NW1I. of SEVi and SV4 of NWVNlCt of NKV4 and all SM STOP AT i
I'm at NE Cor of Hogan 8W'4 of NEVi_________ 5 8 22 60! Mrll. Cora I_ Narcros_ 19.01 of NWV4 of NH'A W ofRy p
T Alley and Bay Ate and VWVi of NEVi___________ 5VWVi 4 23 4ft O W. Hln.on, Agt.- 11.11 and NV4 of 8W% of .
run N 105 ft, E 112% ft, of NWVi-_________15VEVi 23 40 John O. drag*._____ 12 44 NE! I 8 22 87 A. Z. Adkln... _______ S1.S6 VIOLA'SwFor
I R IRS ft. W 62V4 ft to begIn \ of NWVi_______?___35NW 6 23 40 Unknown ___________ 11.81 W6A 84""of"8WVr"of
ri --88 6 22 R. A. Green__________ 12.87 Nof %. of NEVi_____ 1 7 22 20 Unknown ___________ ...11IN NEVi and tlE"nt"' NwV 8 8 22 45 R. M. Kersey._____? 18.70 }
Kite lot In.Ala.k--B i'd !?; of NEti: of NW%, and NV4 of NKW of BWVi and t +1
TXby Jackson St W by WVb of 8W'4----------- 1EV. 7 22 100 Unknown --________ 8101 NEVI of NJo.% of SWVi and ,: 1
I Itndtrson Lane and S by of SWU of NWVi______ 2SWVi 7 23 20 Mr.. Leah $app---______ <..11I. K'4 of SBVi:; of SWVi and Good Sandwichesand

I a A. Andrew and Jefferson of SEV4----- 2 7 22 {Unknown __-_________ 11.31 WV4 of SWVi"' of SBVi___ 2NV4 8 :22 70 Unknown _..________ 20.77 ,
I St and El! by Blk Corn at NW Cor of NEV4 of \ of NW% W of Ity ex: 1' ,

I IH' Original Town______-28 6 22 n. A. Green_______ 28.77 SWVi and run E 20 rda,. 7 1-3 A In NE Cor and exRy
thoe certain piece of 8 20 rd., W 20 rda, N right of way________ 2Beg 8 22 75/ W. Q. Seal._________ 16.16 ICE COLD BEER
I land described In three .. ,. 20 rds to beg-6 A______ 2 7 22 5 C. Qll.son 107 ., at u, Sec lln* or V4 ;
I rialn deeds from Cha. N 8 A of NEVi of NEVi\ of -----'e I o.t nN. lire of Sea Ask For Our Prices on CaaoaAdjolnl HfPOSITIVS

I P. Pace to A. L. Alvares NBVi ___ __________ 8 7 21 8 Mr.. J. B. Colaman.___ 446 r and : S 90 degrees, -.* 4
hated Jan. 26. 1899, recorded N 25 aAA NWVi of 8wy; 10 for a .
In Book 9 of ex B of Highway___ SWV4 7 11 12 Henry Mitchell Sr..._ .89 lJl8p being 5O rU"frJ' ;,_, WKree Sinclair Service Station

DffdH on pages. 180, 181. of NEV of SWVi____ 8NV4 7 21 80 L. A. Oel.er________ 902, center of Ry trk, thence .. Where Von 0.. Voar Gas and r !I i
of NEVi____ 7 21 80 Mike Dew ___ : .m
1)1 Public Records of ____ __ 2088 H J4V4 degrees, E parallel "a Aeee.Morl '
I Bradford County --28 8 22 A. L. Alvares. ____, 17.74 NEVi of NRH of NWVI.-\ 4SWVi 7 23 10 Ida. Butler _____________ 4.18 with Ry 60 ft, thence N
"-< lot of land tni rJ of NBVi___._______ 4 T1f 40 Qeo. C. Whit e. Q. W. 56,Va degrees H 40 ft. .

!6l! ft N and 3 by 210 ft A Alderman --------L.- 1..*...uve nV thence N 3411 degrees W
E and W Hounded N by NEVI ot NW 4 E or road II'C 50 ft. thence s'" 68% de- may-
Bt and E by Sander.on A In SE Cor and % A .*. W 40 ft to beg In ; wave.e.. '" i ItiiLIiJ9'i: 1 +

? lane ______ 28 6 22 J. W.. Harrtll.a ._____ 20.85 In NE c"r and NV, ofSwv4 NWVi of NEVi___._____-- 2 8 22 B, C. Owsley..._.__.__ 5.18
f-om on S line of Fuller ot NWy E of road Beg. at a pt on W .Id of I ; : ;
and and run S 375 ft. W and 8E% of NWVI .x. II A Ry right of N line rc--.-'
1:6 ft, N S7R ft back to In SE Cor and all W'I.o of of Sao 2 J"nO 8 on PILES I:
Fuller laml thence E to of aE'4 of 8W14 N of right of way US yd*, W ..._
boa ulna 1 lot 110 ft N branch and all NW\o\ of 35 yds. N 96 yds. to said

ant 8 by 210 ft E and W NWV E of road_________ II 7 II U A. H. Jobnll._____---- 4..49 Sec line, thence E on .aid. 1 A onlalrXtal paM ; 4 Mf
Bounded N by Ada Sau- NEVI nf SW'4 and all NW\o\ line' to beg_% A In NEVi otU
.
or., E by Sanderson lane, of BE'4 W ot Ry and ..11SW" of NWVi: -____ ... 3 S II 1 C. A. Toungblood.__ 4.18 t*> *v e aafortA-. l Mt l I I
I by Mary Jane Green :28 22 A. L. Alvares.___ 20.94 "' of Nl1% W of Ry of NEVi_____ __ 3 1 11 *0 W, a. Seals..._ 10.71 at-uaUr. That.U Ua. .*!.., AIX i 0 I,,
.15.28, 27. 28, 37. 38. 19, and N of branch and all 8W'M of NE&\ of 6EVC ofNKVi ..... e.fer re.bWa ,_ IIFREE.
Ia of Blk 3 II. N. Dow EJfo of flE'4 of 8W\o\ N Nw ry ___11 8 22 1 Ernest F. Green.S .___ 1.19NWor W. ..pport tU elate -J
___________.__ 5 7 II 89 H. 4off7Wyi s
linn Additions to Stark of branch L. hose I __;- 8175 W \ \ of
In NEH of SKV4_________29 8 22 H. A. Thoma.___ '.84 W44 of 8W.'oi ot SW\4\ ____ II 1 U ao Alra. S. W. An' lotilJ, 30 J2. 33, 34, 16. Beg 110 ft FJ nt NW Cor of 1 A en lying parallel with If y.. are e.rt.r.d by f 0**) y.*flMT j 1
W of 1'k31 3 K. N. Dow- NW"% ot NE5 and run S Ry right of way In NW probably trid mamy e.*.n..| P <
Inii Addition, to Stark 210 f.B420f.N210ft. "- Cor of SVi of NWVi-____11 S 22 1 H.E.8hellya.Moorer. 1.11 ....*.. D.act J.dg. HEMOFREBty !
In NEVi\ of SEW-- ____-__29 8 22 R.. P'. Demoreat.____ 7.8! W 120 ft to b....____.__ II 1 U I Alii. Robinson .....:.- s.n AU8WVi\ of BWVi E of RyNvi q ; p "
.
Ilk 13 in Uaakln. Add to a5AofEVIofSW% of -- __ .. 11 8 21 Unknown _______ 841 > past *..*.P..I..t-. It _tloWpoellir

Starke i ___29 8 22 4 R. A. Or..n.._____ ".11 --- ------------ S 1 II II It 8. Humpbr.y____ I.II ot Sor sm\o\ ________u 8 21 40 It. U. Helberger____ 16.30 ;Js ., sJiaioetira.-il*... lial
aft t in flaeklns-Add to All Bt/4 or RW%, of NW\o\ of NEVi____________-__11 S 21 30 U. H. irake....__ 16.01 _a.*, of l.aIa..., .. ..di ., .oitaprotrwUnff ..... ;,, 't
,Siarke' ________.____219. 22 4 Edward Burn _____ 458 W of road .6 7 II 1 0.0 C. White, A.t.__ 2.00 W ft90 f> ft of N 820 ft of .nl. .
.. .
i>!ki 1. 7 In Oaaklns Add S4 ot IIE\4\ of 85,44 and 8 AIn NEVi of SWVi ex W 3A *>* p. ... i

b Btarke ____._____ 29 1 22 8 A. D. Coburn_____;: :13.2 BE Cor of SW\O\ of (Lake) _-- _-_--.--_-_--11 8 13 2 Lawr.noeD.velopingCo. 1.19 R.......r mew Joy_M lire V Y
k'J': 1 inI., 8. 4, 8, 6 of Elk SE14 ___ ________ 8 1 II 86 Mr.. J. W. Andr.", .___ 10." All BWVi of NEVI 8 and W "Mfor* vialeat pal. stablxad yo-a .
I I I Add to All SI1I ot Nl4, of NE% and of Ky-14 A___________11BV4 8 21 t. H. c. Hdberger.1.44 late dall "
tart.Ga8kln" 29 S 22 1 Mr*. On!I. Freeman.21 .__ 10.4 flJfo of W of road_ 8 7 II 119 O..n. C. Whll. A.t.____ 49.78 of 8KVi of BEVi_______11 II 10 Unknown. ___.___?. '.02 Bisry Regal thai at l
jCwi .t NE f5of"of N'lrw'of; SE'4 of NWV V4'____________ e 1 II 40 O. W. Alderman.-__ 12.10 Lola 1. lot Blk 7 and NH ...-...* .. ...1.. for '' ; ;
f 8'Vt and run W 870 ft I A In NW Cor of E44 of of 8e.y.of] SEVf-..-_-,___,ItNV4 8 21: 20 N. T. abranch.._____.._ 8.11 ..01 ....* HEMO-FREE. If ,... j Ig"a{ ;
pt of beg thence 8 NE'4 of SE'4 W ot road 8 1 II I 0.0. C. Wbll. A.t.___ 1.00 of NWVi" of SEVi .x E -rlala, pay ....t... ...11..
,
1 fore to Highway Lot U or.NW'4 of SE'4 of t A and *x Lake 10 A__-11 8 12: 4 D. O. Stewart_________ 2.47 upomi *-f. 6 w
Smid
>50 ft to Qr See line NEV ___ ________ 7 1 II 10 Oscar O.t.rman ____ 442 11 !-6 A In BE Cur of 8BV4\ the ...... .*...y. NOW Utb ;'1
thence N 393 ft to land Lots t. 8. 11, 11 In Sub' of NWVi and E 630 ft N but Urn. 1 ,
J1"'. thence E to bee- I Dlv nf NEt,. And .U NW'4 330 ft of NEVi of BWVi HEMO LABORATORIES
-,1** A -___-__..29 ( 9 Wilbur HolUendorf.?_. 162 of NE'4 F. of road_______ 1 1 U 41 J. M. Truby____.___ 21.31 4 84 A ___________.----_11 8 22: ia Sidney 1C. Dodd____ 17.81: 4520 Wt PU Blvd.Lo .
om "t sw Cor of Madison NE'4 of NWVL and 8of 1 A In NW Cor of SWViof : t
and Myrtle Nla and run NWV and 1'111\4:\ ot sW V5_ 1 7 II lilt Jo.. W. Pr.valt______ 16.54 NWVi"' ___________11Vi 8 22 2 J. H. Lawrence.__?__ 1.IS AageUa. Calif. f'' '
{ "" Myrtle St 480 ft. W e I A In SF Cnr of E'I.o of \ A In HI1f ("or of that portion E.cloe.J |. 1.00 for ,.n *.U* t
I* ft t. N 420 ft to Madl-'" SWI, of NE\4u______ 1 1 II I Lacy Ritch ___?____ 1301 of NEVI, of SBVi lying l..b. .f HEMO-FREE. 4 c 1'' '
Inn St. thense of BEI.4 of NEVI and N of Ry being I 98 ftN ,
E on said N'I.o ........, ,.,
It *10 ft to bee In Oaa.n. NWI4 of NF.\4 and NV of I and B by 111 ft E) and '
kI" Add to Stark.- NW", of SE\4_-______ 9 1 II 80 Unknown .:-__________ :24346S W parallel with Ry- .11 I 22 Peter Qalne. ..-___ 1.71 Ad lr*...__......
11-- __19 4 21 2 C. 8. HolUendorf-_._ 22.50 Nt't.otNE'4 ot EVi-\ ______ 9 T II .0 Frank A. 8w.a.___ BWVi of SEVi *x A In, .8.- CUy S....
Om t .!!;; t W"of"iw"Cor of !Im'4! of NE'4______?_____ 9 1 II 4/1/ J. F 8ulllvue.-. ___...? 1893/ Cur and ex N 181 A _. .14 1 |j It Mr*. B. W. Peet..__.-, '.U .
IUon and Myrtle St. RW'4 ot NE...____________ 8 1 II 40 J. W. Andrewa & Son.. 1210 1 SW Cor of SWVi of I ; --
J"* run w 210 ft to We.t"eland ., W\, of RW\4 of NW'4lO 1 II JI J. M. Dlaton-'_____ 903 BEIV. --- ,-.. -14WV4 S 22 S J. H. Lawrenc....__ 104 "- r ,: t 4
St thence B on < NWv' of NW\I\ _--------10 T 12 40 Frank A. 8w..ay____.. 18.01 of AFV5!' of NEVi.____S3 8 22 20 J. W. Jackson__ '.18
.14t420f.E210f.! NWl4 of SW%..________10 1 81 to R' B. 13.01 Beg, at NB! Cor of SKVi of
r 410 ft to beg and d.... > NW% of NF.4__--____10 T I' 40 Unknown ---........___ 11.31S NEVi run rh..5"0. ft, ._-
K'J? map of oaa. . ,. SSofSW44"' of NW'411 ''T II 10 Eugene flrlffie___ .81 for a p-.nf beg, W ATLASThe -h
5" Add to Starke a. RW4! of SW4! of NW5__-ll 1 II 10 Z. Z. Orlffts. ______ 5.31 1117 ft, 8 670 ft, B 1117. 4.
f'rrk' A B" _________. 29 6 22 2 B. C.-Holt.endorf. '.12 S\(. of NW\4 of 8WV'____tl 7 II 10 Judge Knlffen ______ 6 16 to Sec thenc* N 170
I! of land bounded K NEVI:\ ot 8E\4\ ,_____=___--16 7 II to Unknown __?_ 111: ft to flue: ---- II I 1:1I: IS :John 8. drlner.______ 10.1:1I: 7 1 .M
b7flitch place 8 by Ry 81(,, of BE'4_____________16 T, 1= 10 W. O. 8ea1s-- r.u_ ;3'4.74 NEVI of NJoo\ ot NEI4U 5 II 10 Unknown ---_____ {./5
5n b l Wentmoreland St I SH4 of RW%__-___,__16 1 II 40 In..a Ive" Pollard-, 13.10 BEVi, of NBVi ex 4 A In NW Standard Oil '! t
and N "N line ot SE% NE\4 of NE'411 7 10 Mr.. B..rtl. Terr.U?.__ '.118 Cor and *x 7 1-8 A In SW ,
4r8EV4 ___ _______-.29 8 22 IP. Wlnterlln __ 8.51: ,SWV4 ot SE'4 ____ .___ 11 7 330 last Ivey. Pollard.-__ 1210 Cor, also 7 1-3 A In NE JN
I1In I \EVt of SEVi h- bound,7uby .W.- NWV4 of SWI4 ot 8W'4 and Cor of NBVi' of BRVi"' ___24 a III: 14 Lillian Gon gwer___......1111 Tire -- Guaranteed ; ti
sW' Cor of NEVI\ of WV4\ of
>owling. Add to A In Beaat" NW Cor $ .
.. 8 by St. by ol8W% of 8W'4 and VIot NWVi\ and run 8 460 ft .
".stmorelaiiUrk d St and N e ditch __ __ U 7 II 11 W. L. Bu..______ I." for a pt of beg, thence d One YearFrigidaire : ,4
b ",kln" Add to' NE'4 ot 1'1114' : of 8E 4.x 1 670 ft, B 903 ft to publlo! :,

11 I _________-28 6 22 27. Q. Boyd___ '..01II A In 8l1! C". and I!: I A road, thence Northwest r :I
In 6W(tar of NW% or SEt tof 8EU 1 II U 3. D, PrevatLw__ 10.11 up maid road to a pt 670
!: W fofA ofBE445EVIofbit Com at NW Cor of 044 of ft S of Qr Sec line. 51" ."NNt N4 ):
.r. rand .
:f -, __--.21 a 22 11 Mr. V. Torull_ 13.50 sit% ot IitE\4\ .n. run S thenc W 44 ft to beg.t4NWVi a 22 10 John 8. Orlner-__ 1S.41 :" 11
A offend 107 fl of BBVi of NWVi andN l' :
being "
f..r f
II YdI N and 8 by 120 thence E 0.11 ft : .: ; lo ft of BWVi. "EVi ;.
id/E and W Bounded M W 814 75 tt to b.U 1 II Cecil 11. Manlr._:,_.?, ..11 of NWVi .76 8 22 10 Ruby:" A. Hay..__.____ 4.47 r
r ,land "f Mr. McAr. Lot 1 1 of ttiJN. In Hampton BWVi of f4-t! 21 40 Llgh N.P.arull.. ..__ 1301 J; : a
than li" A M- Darby, :_! :U 1 II .1. F. Johnson,,.?_ 7.50 8WV4 of BBVt of NWVi x (
W In'T. J. Alderman and Lo 10. lh.l! .orlB l1 M 20 ft ___...-__25 1 21 19 Ruby A. Hay11 *....- ..n
'ilaY 'lalld of Mm. Torutrn.tsp14 and Lots 14 16. Beg at BW Cor of NWVi
". = of 8E'4I: a 22 2 C. A.'Futch-:__ 811 1$ 19 <>: Blk 18 I In Hampton : and run B 1320 ft, N 364 the three year pvP r.pr :,
; 11 II 3. F. 30bnaoD.._. ,
.. _
."'4." Lot. 1. I 16.04 ft. for a pt of beg, thence *- '*
141. ME Lot. 1. I. 4. S. 9.5 1 run 160 ft. W 330 ft, 8 4
V1vV'n'S Cor and till 10. 11 'i i1 I', It and W29ft ." 160 It. B 830 ft to b,,gSSSVi I : t Laura McLeod _____ 1.11 anted electric re frig" '
:) Cor18: a 22 24 Unknown ----- 1
Lou; 21. .2 ,
of 18 U 10. of NEVi of NWVi
.\ andkso W NE'4 I lea. N r.Mm +- and all J'Jl: .' NWVI ofjg I 22: I Walter Donley _____ 104
A; al..o J.'w..4k ; erator '
7_ NB"Cor'of"NW"Vi"ofNWV4 'i'
at HE Cor of 18 in C. Com at .. ,
", SWt of BWVi SEVi *x B 25 and 40
& run S oL 1I 7 22 J. F. 3ohn.oD .,..- .7Ina yd.Ri '
11.45 Vf
fti'J.". M 140 ft E> IIU ft of Lot W 70' yds, 8 ,
oryirM-Tx-w W 132 yd.*. }
Ge4t.: : b.i. yd. B 40 yd* -
\ ofNEnBW29 15." 25 ft In C. J. Woks Sub 'o N 150 yd. K 440 yd. to : .
WE.Mlddl.un-
II"1 WI, re tOE\ I and B! 4 22 11 Dr. ._ _________oil0 7 32 B.. J. Fort.. __ 411 beg ___ -______________ 8 11: 10 J. W Jackson____ ..11 For sale bySmith's ,
;
"ffLoLot NVIivt and andy
NEVi S1of SE44 and SW'4
f:4r: cf NE VI t.of In BB !: less 3 A right of W of NWVi__-_-__f/ 1 12 300 Leigh 11. Pearsall_ 114.07 1 .
NE'4 11.51 Cay and 8* of NEvI\ of of NE44of141014cx1A '
Ry i"Lc----------18 a 11 1 Mamie John -- NWVi I.... 3 A In SB! Cor.JOV4 1 22 135 Ine Ivy Pollard.__ 4148 814 n NW Cor also 1 A loBB ., 1'
N ,0 8 ald.t .of .U N' of NBU of NWVi_.SO 7 33 30 Mrs. Maml H. i.ad9.14 Cor of NWVi, of NEV1 22 20 Bvallna Barton____ ...,. )

liE' % A____ NE1( 22 1 Maml John _- lilt NtiJ'4 ot \ ---__30lA 7 88 40 John Lovett.____ ___ 11.14 Lot 1 .......-27 I 13 34 Leigh K. P.ar.aiL.11.1. ServiceStation
ty4of NE.l of _1f a 33 1 Maml Johns _..?. .._ 1.70 of IIW'4IO 7 83 30 Unknown ---_.,, ?, ,? 133 Lot 1 ._ ___-____. at 5 31 37 Leigh 10(. Pearaall. 11.11 :
I I. NE __NE'411_ a 4 22 21 L W. Andrew 16.64 E Vl.JKiWii"!: 7 23 30 J. A. Klllebrw____ '.85 Lute 1. 2, 3, 4___ __._____! 8 32 111 Leigh M. Fearsall. ".11
Cor
!: 8W A / 11 A on B side of Lot Sand
j II 110 ft E of f4" ex I-I A ln.f8S __.r..2NH 7 23 13 Unknown __....T a 04 all tote 7, -36 S 22 IS H. O. Alderman....u__ 18.18
: :
r2ot"' and W b7 n." w$ ot SR:% _. 7 32 2O Ira U Adams.____.,_?, '43 Lot 4 ex 13 A In NE Cor 3E. r
> B Coburn.- --
; NFd!\ :and.Wh ofelAwW !9 8 11 2 A.' D. I \ of SWVi Of BWU_.21BUT 7 32 20 Ira L. Adam.____ ".11 and lot 1 ex 11 A on B
'If" Of SWtf of BWVi_ 7 23 SO J. A. Klllebrew.__ 731
I IOf Jl3WVi ? ? side and all Lot S, 6, 9, Starke Fla.
of gE d H U A.. 6 21 Tl Unknown -" -< II." I IOf of N W14__ 7 22 .Oo R. H. Humphrey..._ 1114 10, ilL 12. 13. 14. 16_____86 8 11 491 Leigh M. P.----1I___.I1T 141.78 ,tad
gpNI4 : Victoria Mack __ 9.11 I BEVi ot BWVi 31 T II .It S. r. Jobnwn-,._ n." Lot. 1, 3, 4. 6, < or Fred
ofSEli\ iMi j 3 6 11 19 1 13 A In'Intrja-corwr-WBH! %of11 '. U.|| "_"__j \ '8 11 161 .Letrhj"C.-f ..,...ll. : __ 14." !d it-t }
lad f.'. __ T 22 11 1. 17. Kalch.-___,_ .1.04 1.7.- L.Igh1f.Peare.ll..Z J
lea road./ 12 U Bertha Or.'a: s NWS4 Lot. .. I, 8 _II 9 11 141 __ 6.... .





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,, :Bradford County Telegraph Two CAUSE piece of AND news EFFECT, released separately Maybe You've1hard' IGtilN'%

3 but having a close relationto .
Established 1877 each other canie out of Tallahassee -

last week It But

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class First there was a: release. with ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida figures showing that thirtytwoState
Asa prisoners have made their US AND OTTO UT OF ANALYSES 0eTVf Th'4enr -

E. L. :Matthews________ q___________.Editor and Owner getaways since June 1, and that The first (and last) time we ever w J'fIWYS/tAL' HrASlHior.M6N
Governor Sholtz Intends to "look aw Otto Kahn millionaire banker,
into this matter as somethingmust who was a recent witness before o.u:1 OOO1iVA
h1'' SUBSCRIPTION RATE be done about it"; the other the Senate Investigating committee 1 -I '

y' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance news was an Associated Press dispatch was when he took an afternoonoff I + Y J 1l I/J NAs A

''y! Advertising Rates on Application saying, "In the opinion of from high finance to addressthe ii M9eRMAALY. PoI77ONEo
Nathan Mayo, commissioner of ag- comparatively Impoverished, /'/ IlRl.
riculture and in charge of the and bef ittlngly.awed students at the ,

,k ', Don't go through life being a back-seat driver ';aC >)1"' State's prison system road camp Columbia. School of Journalism. : .
l '" captains and guards don't even '
o u ; have the right to carry guns in the Short, beautifully bartered well I- '

Add similies: As difficult to keep as a campaign discharge of their duties." manicured, and amazingly well I _
dressed (for a wealthy man), Mr.
The news is significant In view
promise.If Kahn gave his hearers a start
of the fact that, according to prison
o when he began to speak la tones
bureau records road camps
that were distinctly gutteral and d
you would lead an unworried existence, simplify, your show' the greatest loss of prisoners. reminiscent of the fatherland. He s
Of the ninety-eight who have
mode of living; was wearing that day a dark blue
escaped since the first of the year
i o suit, blue shirt with a white detachable -
seventy-five have been from the

1 r 1'f When they reform the calendar we hope they leave out road, 'while twenty-three have his coat collar JapeL and And a, oh gardenia yea, his in f !
taken "French leave" from Rai-
'' all Friday 13th's. vest had some kind of white bindIng '

... 0 ford.The around the edges. Whoops! rl 4? '
-i. Associated Press story continues w

o The best Fourth of July fireworks was the skyrocketing : Mr. Kahn did not seem a bit
; "The recent legislature passed a money-conscious, and after his talk ..
:
; of rye and wheat prices. law placing the state road camp he remained a while as the centerof

-0 captains and guards under the road a circle of inquisitive students,

A returning confidence Jn banks is shown by the recent department and Mayo in letters to most of whom .were asking what
the men who watch over the camp chance.there was for a fellow just ,
drop in postal, savings deposits. convicts, rescinded all commissionsas out of school, to get a job, and 44b -r

o officers heretofore issued by his when were things going to get bet-

a "Drinks of All Nations Sold at Parley Bar." No wonder office and cautioned the men about ter. Mr. Kahn' admitted that he OV'.
didn't have the Idea when
handling prisoners. slightest
A isn't getting anywhere / l HlJlJlI.J'JANN
; tr the Conference prosperity would lift Its modest MIIfW /
"Under the law. Mayo wrote, all
0 r head-thereby chalking up one IN 9W?*KH fKCth
of captains and guards at road campsare
Intentionally or unintentionally, one exchange expressed, placed in the light of civilians more point in his favor. .WMM.r. tMlNIN..RNJ.M YAIu

it aptly when it headlined, "Shriners Pour Into Atlantic City." handling convicts and subject Perhaps the famous- banker remained ,,. 4A uw JJht rHH ON Nllit

j -o themselves to prosecution under so long because he didn't A IItAU" 'MI'Mr ONES GO
the law for any violation of the law know how gracefully to break o :ww, 7Mt' NlI77r.c.J.G"NCk"
Times-Union that some young men think, "back to .
says or rules or regulations. .
through that circle of eager stu- .- --- ..
the farm" movement means turning their backs to the farm. 'Anyone,' the commissioner'setter dents, but he didn't become Impatient : Al'VI'A.t1I,4'r'

f o said, 'striking beating, or and seemed rather to enjoy ltovs4

,'. \f "Talmadge Runs Amuck," headlines an exchange. And ner mistreating whatsoever a convict, will be In prosecutedby any man- the Informal chat.- >>/NO7AURS HAD ..Mt"tI Wt

lie'11-run- his state into the muck if he doesn't change his the courts as provided by law. Before he left be told the followIng Nm/N/A ?.w.o TIurN /
Therefore, I must warn all partiesto which must be of his
tactics. story, one ", \ ," '.. 1'
p
r' .
be careful in their manner of favorites, since we see by the papers : .1":11 t M, !

0 dealing with convicts and adhere that he 'recently amused his ," ,

Have you;seen those night blooming cereuses blooming strictly to the law when called Washington Inquisitors with, the ( lA Nvf.N .

this' ,'year?-Cocoa Tribune. No. We're usually in bed by upon to punish a convict for Infraction same bit of humor; ... Can yfti "Dig '
of rules.' "I was driving through the lower :y 'en vp"7 it $o tem$ tntm to us,

1'' that time. "In commenting upon the com East Side one day when I saw a Hod 1 tf e4 ceptabU, will publish with your n9.

I;' o munications, Mayo said prison large sign'reading: 'Samuel Kahn, -
I
', Chicago has the lowest suicide rate. One reason being, camp captains and guards, under Cousin of Otto'Kahn.' Much pro- lot I Peace cannot be kept by force;
the new law have no more right to voked, I called the sign to the attention expectln a better showln from it can only be achieved by understanding -
f" perhaps, that. gllnstcrJ give so few people the opportunity carry or use guns than would any of my lawyer, a very high- .'oo Late now on. .Albert: Einstein.
e e e
to take their, own lives. ordinary civilian, since they no priced gentleman, and told him to S
o \ longer would be commissioned of- have the sign changed, sparing no And while some folks may have The Congressional Library vu
f ficers." expense. He notified me a day T51o QlassifjBy HUed their eyebrows and done a established in 1800, and destroyed
The Clermont Press wanes philosophical and says that Such legislation if enforced, will later that he had arranged it little snlffin' over some of Dave's by fire In 1814.CLOSING.

left-over chicken becomes croquettes, while left-over chickens likely make worse a situation that "So a few days later I thought I RUSSELl.'iAY' appointments he made one a short a -

x often become coquettes. Governor Sholtz has already described would drive by the place and this Secnnry, Bond. prep AMocUtio. time: ago that ought to ring the OF MAILS

a as needing to be "looked Is what I aaw,.'Samuel Kahn,, For- jell 100 per cent with everybody.The Mall

o into." However, at future Investigations merly Cousin ,of; Otto Kahn'." When Charlie Woodward took appointment of Marcus Train South Close
Doing things in an outmoded way because "grandpa used the reason for increasing over the job of State Game Com- Fagg "daddy" of the Children's No. 11-Parcel Post___ 9.00am

', to do it that way" is one reason mankind stays in the same escapes will not be .bard. to discoverS And that contact! ladies and gen missioner in 1929 the department Home Society to the position of No.107-Letters, Special
i gunless guard will pre- tleman, isn't the only dealings I was (07,000 In the well-known hole Director of Florida's Relief work Delivery& Spe-
spot for such a long time. sent about as much obstacle to the we've had wlttf'thd big shots. Only I and Charlie had to go out and bor- was one case where the best man cial. Handling.. 9:50 am

o average convict as a moderatelyhigh ''I'' last week an I Important looking en- :row a lot of money to pay the help. was picked for the job. North
rail fence. velope was found in our mall box 'Conscientious hard working No. 12-Parcel Post and
There must be for Water for '
a use everything. hyacinth He ran the department a period -
The Florida Advocate, in a recent -i with the return address of "J. P. : half and honest sincere, "Daddy" Fagg has Letters ______ 3.00p
r alas been discovered to come in handy for mulching young editorial, facetiously suggests : Morgan &: Co., New York City" In i:last week of four be and turned a it back years to the won a place in the heart of every No. 108-Letters, Special

'tip: orange groves and vegetables. since guards are not allowed to' the upper left-hand corner. I Governor with all the old 'debts true Floridan. Working under the Delivery &: Spe-
carry guns, that they be equippedwith severest handicaps, Mr. Fagg has cial Handling.. 50pm:
balance hand of
I
o The .words on the envelope paid up and a .on
nets or sling shots "so when' maintained a wonderful institution Starke and Bell Branch
;; Tampa has ,inaugurated a "Learn to Swim" campaign. a prisoner makes a dash for libertythe knocked us right out of our morning over 960.000. which has cared for thousands of Mall closes __________ 7.00am:

A person who is a good swimmer has just that much more guard can chase him down likea drowsiness and we purposely No wonder poor Charlie got homeless kiddles. Mail arrives..________ 2:40pm,
1 delayed opening it while speculating It Would have
of his
eased out job. .
botanist catching butterflies. Under his efficient and able direction .
i' : chance of reaching a ripe old age. on the contents. By some been bad enough if he bad simply
We join the Advocate In hoping our relief work should pro- NEW BUS SCHEDCLLtNorth ;
strange turn of the wheel of fortune the deficit when the big
pt. o made up ,
,
that this impotency of guards is ceed smoothly. Marcus knows the
And now they tell us that deadly gases are given off by kept a secret from the prisoners, had we been added to the list T boob not only does that, but goes value of a dollar and how to makeit Bonud South I Boos!
of Morgan preferred customers and accumulates a
burning'clothing woolens draperies that It It Is carried to the lengths described ahead actually go the fartherest. He'll conduct 4:18: A. M._____ 9:34: Alt
a upholstery, probably Was this an affectionate note say- cool $60,000 balance, .Its nothin'short '
In the recent legislation. Florida's relief work In a 1:59: P. M.____12:04: P. HI
cause,more deaths than the fire Otherwise our road camps are likely Ing that J. P. was'' "thinking about"us of an outrage. manner that will meet with the ap- 4:59: P. M._____ 6:19: P. Hi(
? 'things have happenedthough -
o to take on the appearance of a Stranger'hot much, Especially when some cabinet proval of everyone. 9:19: P. M._______ 2:04: A. tt( |
stranger.After
I l..'. ,A Carolina man caught an alligator, a catfish, and a deserted village, containing only ,- officers are yelpln' for more dough and "
who have immediate several minutes of and increasln' their budgets
those -
prisoners no delightful -
perch all hook at the time. He must have made
same
on one other department heads are weep-
In the outside
prospect of a job suspense we opened the envel
a mistake and "spit on his bait" twice. world and who had rather stay ope and found a pamphlet bearingthe In' and Bobbin on account of lim- VACATIONS
e E 3'5.
o where they are assured of three : unemotional inscription: "Re Ited Income. (
square meals a day. prints of Statements Submitted by Any guy wb'bf.would play a low I
Gentle exercise speeds digestion scientists Unfortunately and
say. p--- Members of J. P. Morgan & Co to down trick like that on his buddies

picking the teeth is socially out, although it would WilY AN ASSOCIATIONThe Senate Committee on Banking and I i ought to be kicked out. Well, I

r 4 fill the bill admirably for gentle exercise. time for another strawberryseason Currency" ; told you awhile back that the State HEALTH

4 Is slowly but surely rolling Game Department was savin'"doe"
o Not a word of "thinking about"anybodybut
It that Charlie didn'tknow
seems
? far there has beenno
around, and thus
s, John D. Rockefeller, at the age of ninety-foursays), that mention of reviving the Bradford It still looks pretty how to spell, so just to be on By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES ,

he will really begin to live when he reaches a hundred. With County Growers' Association Important and occupies a prominent the safe side he not only protectedour B..Ia_Arh..kr..d Ch'./M.dc DlrMMrPLANNING
i position on the office desk. "doe" but took good care of our' H_ Y....W.I__c...."...,
r i all of his money, why should he postpone it so long? ,' for operation during the coming After all, there is some degree of "dough" as well.
rear. The time may not seem ripeto
o : some but a worthwhile association satisfaction la knowing that we So we reward him by sllppln a YOUR VACATION

Edward Bok, former editor of the Ladies Home Journal, should never be allowed com- are on Mr. Morgan' preferred list pink slip in his envelope and tellin :
for receiving reprints of state VACATIONS and holidays are magto words that conjure In our mlndid
him to Now if Char up
pletely to die out-It should maintain scram. maybe
wrote that the two lines that had him
helped most were: the Interest of Its members ments. lie hadn't been so conscientious of travel and chant, all the excitements of new pi\***

"Give to the world'the best you have, and the best ,.will: comeback throughout the year. NUDIST-NEWSA about savin' our doe and had paida .strange facet,,and all the rest and relaxation that com from temporary nIw
trim the drudgery aDd GUM that are th.lot of all of us la one way or slatherBut
ti little attention to the elks _
to you. For those who have never beenIn Jacksonville theatre advertises more
an association and do not know a motion picture called "Life he might have held his job they should also be plaaaed

4 o the purpose of such an organization In the Raw." .Wonder if it is the Of course Mr. Davis, the new with an eye towards the fact that Or, 'If you do physics! work Iht
,
An Ohio university professor that they are intended to build for
boys us of
a ;' says are more the message of Fred H. Sex- inside dope on one of those nudist commissioner, may be a better the up :year round, then seek a IIoUcla1
excited than girls by movie scenes. However, all the squealing auer president of the Dairymen's colonies T man at least Dave thinks so and people satysr'work eo i hard worki having Too a often good relaxation aDd perhaps ,Iud meat.al, i aDd
League, might contain worthwhile since he be doin' the read bit to exercise tb*
to
at gangster shows sounds distinctly feminine to our untrained happens time that they corns home all played a !
Informatiln. Mr. Sexauer stressesthe And by the way the colonies are Some enjoy the quit
fir htrin we'll just ahve to wait and. ell"needing the real they should have proems men
ears. In size all the time. Most from W1"! *'
following four point program growing find out. had on their vacation. solitude that corns *!
o for his organization: of them are In New York State and Travel for those who can afford I

I ''t The Kissimmee Gazette is authority for the statement "1. Raise the price level of all New Jersey, and are reported to Davis Anyhow is a good everyone sport and admits they that tell nutt Even forget won everything Is the Idea but thai fun and.we obtainingea exoaUant and edUCltloAll owau d
commodities equal to the debt level have several thousand members on
that crooked have cards in me that when It comes to havin'first' .pIea an. Of eoune buil-
gamblers certain ink
'I now printed and the level of fixed charges. their' rolls. hand knowledge on "wild" Doss worries. and spending advantages

that ia visible only through special colored dark glasses. Too "2. Give agricultural products as It may be all right for the grown life he ain't takln' off his hat to. 'vacation In the proper mental your attitude Get away from home U you call

jy bad that such cleverness is not devoted to doing something a whole the same purchasing power people but what worries us is nobody. are among the first essentials to .If you can't, remember lust m1t

; 'beneficial to mankind. In terms of industrial commodities where the little nudist boys keep They call It the Conservation Department .tUDe the mart out of your'hoUda,... people can. get more good froIIpBDdInJ' '
that they had from 19101914. ,But it Is also at bavi
I I WJM to use a little their vacations
their marbles, knives bottle now and the
string new commissioner
W3 o "3 Unite the industry for the caps frogs matches rubber will serve as the head of ,..forethoucht to prevent the accidents loafing than those who tire& --""'J

President Roosevelt thinks that the only raw material* protection of those who are selling bands, sling shots etc., that make three departments Game, shellfish, and llhMsMs that can I so seedy spoil avacation out going a..y..Wh&tnw .
their commodity in the form of and tura
a good time
_, /hat Prevent the United States from being a self-contained milk in this territory. up the contents of an eight-year- and geological. That ought to be a a tragedy. into your' vacation ,>tt"

a L: rye coffee, rubber and tin. Most of us could learn to do "4. Reduce operating costs, or older pockets. to swell romp little around playhouse In. for,any guy Chang and Moderation may. b..:don't make it too fatal II

'', without coffee .but without rubber spread between consumer and producer W1XDWOOD. N. J. or.strenuous. You should plAII
; and tin, we'd have to doa BRAVO. In"pUaaloc your vacation,remem Dleotal
when :Mr. Davis of d:
Anyhow throwsa
awful lot bf In order that a larger proportion Wildwood (T. J.. started a new bee that la many respects "a chants build ,up a I-erve :
an walking.Snakesnacks. of the consumer's dollar party he won't have to confine that may -
may vogue recently when for the first Ib as good M a rest. Don Spend upon energy lee
himself to a menu of stone crabs'; the ensuing yr
Into the pocket"If during
0t go producer's like
time on the Atlantic seaboard, two your holiday the sailor who went mod-'
it a new Florida product of crisp, highly] sea- the word "milk" in the third women were assigned for"duty as shrimp, and fish. He can inject a boating, or the mall-carrier who took In mind that ehaag and of a proS
t Is to "cot little variety with venison quail, are the two essentials
point changed "wheat" a long walk. If do
poaalble
lifeguards.-News item. Just the
:t Boned diamond back rattle meat, is advertised as a substitutefor ton" "strawberries,** and so on i dove and squirrel. opposite from your usual! round of vocalism

pretzels when drinking beer; however the extent of their this program fits any agriculturalgroup. An orchid to Wlldwood, New Jer Certainly; no one ever had a bet activities,

,a'' popularity remains to be,seen. No'doubt, most beer drinkers It will benefit the farmer sey. ter opportunity to serve the tax- For example, if your occupation Is 'l'w. Gt eJTret4.aware5./12!!
and work in the Interest of the for vastly Improving the sights -
would rather payers bYlIBvIn' dough no matter a Mdeatary one demanding great fIrfWa M V-- IIft4
see.a snake than,eat one. consumer to whom a steady sup- By adding some female llfesavers. which way you spell It. Properly expenditure of mental energy, plan a ,.TkeeseoadeCAddreM3"S'YoMA.wil !

." ,. 0 ply of fair-priced farm products l isessential. A floundering man has his rights. managed the new department vacation of mild physical activity muwrgh.ea'si0"r'x :

-" The Leesburg Commercial: in answering folks who complain For ;years nowthe girls'have been ought to'prove'helpful"aa an econ- free froaa aU strain. Golf. tennis ; ;mr.boM;" the s2s114'r v'0Yp .
Our farmers, here, would do well pampered. omy lrteaaurer! tiavia a good guy swimming, baseball; hlklngTaalstmUarphyriealparwiltsIa So 1 II
4 because a few prints cost a great deal in proportion to to think this over. During the next With tall, handsome males hanging and lUke,htm; sad wish him all : moderation : y c plaaDedr should be op b1

hundreds or thousands, says that there is a book on dfsplay few years the co-operatives will be 'round. the luck In the' world. Just the, .....<...*. .,.... DoD' begta-too obfdrvals no ....., Ie' Rte'

i at the World's Fair that costa a million and a half dollars for able to do their most valuable Why shouldn't' man have attention same Charlie"fen him a'mark to vigorously l Enrdss should .leave a should be cSoae before chJWrI8
work-if producers. will work with shoot at. With three departmentsto feeling of pUaaaai fatigue. rather !
I. one copy. Printed in quantity It costs the buyer only f 15. and for them. When taking a notion to drown? conserve with, the public will be &baa ahau t... which i.dsspreua to to IWIIIIIOI'pe
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