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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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unday Movies "Bring All Farmers On Mortgages"Are Told Carter Is Released So"Were Cubans Eating Are In Released Starke," Loan Blanks County Now In Line t4ja; :..afl,; ,


By Government Men As Hit-and-Run Suspects Here ,

fin I Election; After Killing Man "- Expected For NRA ; .

Cubans who bad been arrested Program
A county-by- ounty campaign to Eight ; 'il

speed refinancing of farm mort on suspicion by Taylor I At Early Date ;

Voting Close l gages will be undertaken by the Who Invaded Home County authorities in connection ,

farm credit administration, which with the hit-and-rnn killing of I -

i iroximatt'ly was authorized to lend to $2,200- Sheriff F. L Llpscosnb- Wednesday A. J. Thomas Has Conversation Mass Meeting Held ( f I :
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11 elf 01 QuaUfied'p 000,000 to farmers at the last session Charles Mosley Die Qt Pistol night, were released In Gainesville With Stockton Head of ,

of Congress. Friday when their story of having Florida Organisation -.J_
Tom Out Wounds; Bald To have
Cftl n.
In '
Voters Tuesday Henry Morgenthau, Jr., governorof Prison Record been eating supper la Starke at NRA Honor Roll Grocer, Dry Good, Furniture,. \ I ...

the administration, explained about the time'the accident oc. Application blanks from the And Hardware Men Set Hoar ,', 'J ''d'' ,,

movies-were voted Into Tuesday to Associated Press reporters Charlie :Moseley, resident of curred was corroborated by J., B. Home Owners Loan Corporation The following employers signedthe Of Opening And Closing I ':),
Sunday that the campaign will be Carter, proprietor of Carter's Restaurant will likely be received here next
Tuesday when a special Maxvllle who had served time in agreement as adopted at the -
arks week, according to A. J. Thomas,
held that turned out employed to expedite the mortgagerefinancing the state penitentiary for cattle here .: court house Wednesday night: IN EFFECT THURSDAY r
tlon was the eight clerk' of th* circuit court. Mr.
said that
fifty per cent of the program and to !Sup- stealing, was shot and killed Tues- Mr. Carter J lit: R Store, Green's Grocery,
Rifled proximatelY Balloting for the plement plans already under wayin day night by Maxie Carter at thelatter' Cubans, five men and thru wom Thomas bad a conversation with Clover Farm Store, Tip Top Grocery i'
voters. la
restaurant Wed- James R. Stockton, of the Bradford County began falling ,
five states for buying farm en, stopped in his manager
117 and against It 107. t'p filling station near High- F. F. Stump, S. R. Johns,
natio !
line with the *
Florida of revolutionary
aW was 11 o'clock branch the corporation, *
mortgages held by closed and restricted land.. nesday nightbetween Carl's Cash Corner, Rachel's Brad- )
The city council decided several banks to aid In their liquidation |" According to unofficial report and 12 o'clock and ordered supper. In Jacksonville last week In which ford Hardware Starke recovery program Wednesday }+ y1
Company,
ka ago to put the matter up toe here i This, he said, would have made It Mr. Stockton said that further Information night when hundred of employer J' t $
; had entered Carter'
Moaeley Hardware and Furniture
Company,
voters after It had received peon Impossible for them to have been will be posted in the from Starke an place of business while he was ab : John Hege, Priest's lOc Store, J. M.
from those in favor of Sun- north of Perry at the time Sheriff postofflce here. The manager also munities gathered in the court I ,
shows and also from those sent and began cursing and trying killed. said that an appraiser will likelybe Alvarez G. W. Roberts R. R. house for a thorough discussion of yd ; '/ I k
y Officials Watch to drive the family of the filling : LJpBComb was Thede, Ed Stanley, A. M. Darby,
The petitions in the matter The meeting resulted'
mart the issue. According to Sheriff J. P. Ram- appointed this county within
station R. P.
man out of the building.He Jones, Suwannee Stores W.
ved to be accurate forecasts ofe sey, the arrest of the group was the next few days In an agreement between grocery t
left to back M. Edwards J. W White Son
threatening A
come
f
election results since it is retied brought about by blood ,found on A circular containing general Information dry goods, furniture, and hardware s
later and Carter. Hart
that the one circulated by FutchLawNews "get their automobile. This be said, as to how the act operates Furniture Company Quality storey on th hours of opening and > vI
to the told Store F. C. ( I
According story by Holllngsworth, Young'sStore
oat In favor of the shows con. they maintained, was from an ani- to furnish mortgage money closing* and, also provided for a
Carter, Moseley returned about Denmark Furniture Company '
med the most signatures.Much mal which they had run over. for the relief of home owner has twenty per' cent wage Increase ;
dark and attacked him with a pair J. W. Morgan, F. R. Carradine,
Interest was stirred up Measure May Get Into Federal e been issued by the Jacksonville N. where .employees are being paid I alee n
of brass knuckles. The filling sta- Sternberg.
,thin the city limits, by Tuesdays Courts; Budget Still headquarters. The attention of the than $12 per week. Thirty t}
tion man shot the invader four '
tctlon. Qualified voter were Held Up Starke Nine Loses public Is called to the explanation employers signed the agreement.
ered with clrcularletters from -. times with a .32 calibre pistol, of the new law.Information, Famous Beginning Thursday morning the :
o causing instant death. Two bullets Eagles r
above four' classes of stores will
,ih sides, and the town waa lib- A. J. Thomas, clerk the circuit Outlined 1
went through the heart, one above
with "Vote For court and the County Commissioners open at 7:30: a.m. and close at 8:3O: Y
ally posted signs, the heart and one through the arm To Green'Cove Here !is the Information contained P t I
'day Movies1 and "Vote Against are anxiously watching the papers Into' his side. in the circular: Show 'p.m. with the exception of Thursdays -
UD HereNRA
I wben'they will close at 12:00
mday Movies." these days to see what Is hap- "Home Owners' Loan Corporation : r ,
After the shooting, Carter wentto .
of the interest pening to the Futch bill, that much waa created for the relief of noon sharp, and Saturdays whenthtlY : s'r' ,
Ai an example the nearest and called Oh
telephone Diamond Of will close at 8:00 These
of that Is Defeated 2-0 : p m. q'
legislation home
Clerk Carl Johns disputed piece owners in distress with their
played, City Sheriff John Hall of Clay County.He .
Errorless hours'' will continue until Decem-
much for county Neighboring City Sticker Will\ \ Be More In
showed causing so worry mortgages, taxes and other liens,
vs that two women up told the sheriff what he had '
officers all the State. flame For Local TeamStarke's and the f'hJl'ncfts: Merchant ber 31.Under.
hall week ahead ofe over corporation proposes to
the city a done and asked him to come at {
the at this time Sign Code' ,* <<:\ the regulations, grocery f +
It is usual thing make effort to out the
and wanted to know if "this ise once to the scene of the killing.A every carry '
nine traveled to Green stores remain fifty-two '
of to have the budget may open
county of the
vote Sunday year purpose bill. This does not
to against
place?" all doped out so that the tax assessor coroner's inquest was held late Cove Springs last Sunday and mean that a mortgage must be In Many NRA stickers have been hours per week but may not work,
'
ivies Wednesday afternoon in Green
0 can let the people know the dropped a 2-0 five Inning game to the process of foreclosure; how- posted in various windows about any one employee over forty-eight 'r"" '

bad news of what millage to expect Cove Springs, and although' the the town team there. The game ever, It must be borne In mind that town and more are expected to hour.,- 'dry.'goods stores may' remain F y d

leek during the coming year. However, outcome had not been learned here was limited to five Innings because the act creating the corporation is make their appearance within the i open .fifty-two hours, but +; { s ''
Gets
Draww up until time for going to press, It Green Cove was playing a doubleheader next few must not work an employee over ,
and
up until this time it has been Impossible Is not considered likely that Carter a relief measure and will be administered days as more more 'i t t
merchants forty hours week. Where a r
to do more than speculateon primarily for relief sign the employers' per '
will be held for the shooting. The Starke played errorless purposes store and dry goods store t'
these figures. boys and not for general refinanc- agreement.Each grocery,
In Great Fight According to John Kilgore, Tallahassee ball all during the game and ing of mortgages. employer who presents a are run' I In' :conjunction the employer

political writer, the Fed- UNION SERVICES TO BE HELD Green Cove had but one marked "The corporation can acquire In certificate of compliance with his must accept the shorter i .I r i'P

eral courts and not the Florida supreme AT BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY against It. the manner described below home code agreement will receive a hours.q, j,

try Boy Spots North Carolina court may decide this most I Green Cove's two scores occurredIn mortgages or other liens on real packet of signs Including the following Imp oMlve Scene t s'' ,
.Sunday evening at 8 o'clock the half\ of the fourth in- The'scene-'pat the court
last house
U t-IIvy WeightTen important question in our State the estate upon which la located a : two inside cards, two out-
churches of the town will unite when their first man got a door cards Wednesday reminiscent of wartime '
Pound. government-the constitutionalityof I ning up dwelling, for not more than four two hangers, ten largo
the Futch tax law. I with the Baptist Church at the hit and stole seconi )* Starke's families, which Is used by the owner stickers, twenty small tickers, I and other! meeting at which t '
sixth of a: series of union services. pitcher then made a bAd'throw and twenty our people have gotten together to M1j I ;
Hit fistic star of Tom Beck, Mr. Kilgore says that the State : as a home, or held by him as a consumers stickers and .
irtty boxer, blazed with even supreme court has before It three' Special music has been arranged the man went to third, the playerat homestead, not having a value of twenty consumers statement of co meet a national emergency. Few
for this service and Dr. T. T. Mar- bat walked, then Green Cove operation. issues, even hot political ones, have
ate of the
etter night the
/ intensity Tuesday canes testing validity more than $20,000.00. If the
tin, world famous evangelist of the worked a play twice and prop- Postmasters stirred so much Interest In this j V
squeeze will receive up
Duval County Armory when he law, but the supreme court is erty !Is not an owner-occupied homeor from
tied Joe Llppa ten pounds and bound by rules. The validity of Baptist denomination, will preachto got two runs. held as a homestead, no loan the Department of Commerce district county during the past several '1 ,, f

lUed the Charlotte, N. C., light the law was ably attacked and defended the union congregation. A special Both teams got two hits each. can be made by the corporation.Only office a list of all those signing years The large court room was Ii
Invitation is extended to all to The Starke line-up was: Red- packed with employers from all r
agreements and
avywelght to a draw in the tenWId by It Is possible that the mortgages of record June 13, the names u
hear this distinguished preacher ; Klckllter, 3b.; Hagan, will be sections of the county, add wonder t I ;
main bout of the weekly Nasal court will decide the test cases on grave p. 1933, can be refinanced by the cor- posted In the Federal build-
' Guard show. other than constitutional groundsand evengelist. lb.: Manassa, ss.; Griffis, c,; Mc- poration. Ing. upon wonders, competitor In all

Millan, cf.; Agin, rf.; Alvarez, If.\ ,' Employers lines of business conversed freely ,
Getting his second wind in the leave the main question unde- Type, of Loan, To Be Mode signing code agreements
MARY E. TILLIS CHANDLER Smith, 2b. send them with one another and accepted each,
ring rounds, the lanky Lawtey cided. I "The corporation will exchange to the Jacksonville Mother's '
Department of advice a* if they had been l
iddlewetght, who never has been Unavoidable its ponds for mortgages which do Commerce of- ,
aten In a Jacksonville ring, came Such a procedure Is not in the : Mrs. Mary E. Tlllis Chandler Ritz To lie Host : not exceed In amount 80 per cen fice. They give a certificate that working in complete harmony ,
died at her home here Friday,
111I the home stretch with a fin- nature of an avoidance of responsibility At Free Movie : tum of the :value of the property they have signed to the post office throughout their business careen.
She born June 4,
July 21. was The shown at
here the
and will : spirit meetingwas
ting burst of speed that brought ; it is unavoidable in many 1907, near Starke, and attended securing the loan, as determined by receive the stickers
evidence that
and such.. a majority of
!a a well deserved draw with his cases. Under our organic law the the corporation's appraisal. The
Starke school and was a devout To show its appreciation to the The post office also has Bradford County citizen are willing t
iavler opponent. The weightsere supreme court is required to ren- home owner on mortgages thus a small
member of the Kingsley Lake Bap- of Starke for their acquired to with ct '
voters supportof President
supply of Jo-operate "
Beck the constitu- consumers agreementsfor -- .
185; Llpps, 165. der opinions only on by the corporation will
tist Church moving picture shows, pay Roosevelt In his effort to increase
Sunday those
Beck and of the Interest consumers who agree to )
outpunched Lipps but the tional duties powers at the rate of five
deceased married in per cent. ''
The was the management of the Kit Theatre employment and to raise u ,
rth co-operate whole-beartedly with wage
Carollnan's blows carried Governor. In every other case the i No loans of this type
1923 to Eldred C. Chandler of Bluff will be host at a free movie may exceedIn the NRA They realize that the act '
program, and wlU recovery p ;
we the meritsof patronize ;
strength, particularly in the court must decide only bonds and cash advanced
the rI
Springs, Fla., and to this union party Sunday. The matinee will be '"blue Is a call from our President to
eagle". businesses ,
ry In the -those
chapters. Strange as it may the litigation at issue. sum of $14,000. Except In
were born three children, Kathryn, at 3:00: o'clock in the afternoon, payment that have signed business and industry to rally in a. '
nn It cases that of up.
was the lighter Lawtey present if It Is shown taxes and essential repairs and' .
Collins and Janis. show will be at
and the evening patriotic manner to raise mass 4
''uth who was the stronger at the Hester Dowling has not been In- Funeral services were held at the 9:15. other necessary, incidental (Oxpl'ns-I pur- .'
: chasing power.
"l a. It was Inferno Ine violation of the es, no cash will be
a blazing jured through a advanced on a
Klngsley Lake Church on Saturdaywith On Wednesday and Thursday of Judges Many Not In Yet
Armory and both combatantsere Constitution or that ProfessorSmltb's loan of this type. Bonds Facing
The
assistedby -- corporation's -
Rev. L. A. Donnelly,
next week the Ritz is offering its Drug stores, barber shops, beau I '
dog-tired at the end after contract was signed after bonds will bear
William Bailey, in charge o{ the patrons "College Humor," a new Interestat ty ehops, filling stations, and cafes lj 's
tong< a brisk in the the Futch law went into effect the the rate of four cent ,
pace opening in the per per an- '
service. Interment was picture that Is proving a smash hit Short : took no action Wednesday night In d' '
apters. court might settle both cases with- num. The\! United States Govern Salary q
family plot in the churchyard. Sur- all over the country. It features drawing up A local agreement. National
There can be no doubt that It out deciding the validity of the act. ment guarantees the a
of
viving Mrs. Chandler besides her Bing Crosby, Richard Arlen, payment codes for these places of r ,, t'
victory Beck. husband and children, are her George Burns, Gracie Allen, Mary not the principal.All business will soon, be adopted,"dnd ,v1 k
1 ten pounds to whoghasrbeaten whether some one else might, mother Mrs. G. C. Tlllis of Gaines- Carlisle, and Jack Oakle. bonds will mature in not lens Funds For State's Attorneys And representatives of them in this locality

"lore of Lipps, be injured through unconstitu- ville, Fla.; three sisters, Mrs. J. L. than eighteen years and the cor- Court Reporter Are Alto are waiting to see what '

Ike Webb and waged a draw tional phases of the law, because Silcox Starke; Mrs. W. J. Morgan, GROVER C. SWEAT poration is required to retire them Less Than RequiredTALLAIIASSEE hours and wages will be providedfor W g b

* Eric Lawson, and then box that Is not before the court In these Waldo, and Miss Lucille Tlllis of Grover C. Sweat, 44, life long as rapidly as Its resources will permit their operation. j. '

!stow| draw Is no mean feat. Ande cases. If the court did render an Gainesville; four brothers, A. C. resident of this county, died .last (FNS)-Circuit It 'was decided that each em- ;

no mistake about It, this boy ; opinion on matters not germaln to' Tlllis of Jacksonville, B. T., H. L. Wednesday at his home on Madi- 'The corporation will make a'' Judges, state attorneys and ployer signing the agreement ,

PPB? a fine, handsome youth, is the specific case it is considered I and R. M. Till!* of Gainesville. son Street from a short illness. cash loan up to forty per cent of court reporters will draw only nine should act as a committee of one
,
rry Inch a good fighter. him dictum and not law. That is the Pallbearers were: Jack Brown, Funeral services were held at the the value of the property (a* de and one-half months' salary per to report any violation of, the

"* lack of a left hand keeps way our Judicial system works. W. Malnes Harry L. Tlllis BrlnceT. I residence Thursday afternoon at termined by the corporation's ap I year during the next biennium, rules on the part of another I em ,

"a being rated right up among I Therefore students of the situa- Tillis, Robert Brabham, all of I 3 with Rev. George) H. Lowry10ltlclatlng. praisal)) to retire an existing mortgage provided there Is cash enough on ployer. kr ,,

best Hght-heavlea In Dixie. On tion look for the quickest solutionof Gainesville,.and Walter Morgan of Interment took place where there Is Imminent dan- hand 'to pay that much or even I Following are the high point lathe P lr

Dumber k of occasions, he rocked the entire matter In. the Federal Waldo. In the family plot at Crosby Lake ger that the Home will be lost by more, |'according to press In terpre- President' Re-employment 1 ? }

with hard right to the Jaw court. Those attending from out of ''cemetery' with the DeWItt C. Jones foreclosure and the mortgage can.. tatlon of a notice being tent out to Agreement:, ley

the Lawtey boy Is yet to go town were Mrs. Lole Cooper, Mr. Company In charge.Pallbearera not be acquired by the exchange of these officer by Comptroller J. M. The voluntary agreement will bar- ,

St'wBeck also took many a Senator Larson Gets and Mrs. Roy Stuckey and Mrs. were: H. C. Wall, bonds. Interest on such loans shall Lee, following the attorney gener in force until the last day of thia
in the middle, too. Elaine Stucky of Bluff Springs.J. be at the rate of six per cent. No al's ruling on how to handle
If Beck A. J. Thomas, W. C Manning, the year or until a code to which the ) ,
only had a punch worthy Federal Appointment S loan of this type may exceed In "short" appropriation : "
voted
Its Freeman Register, J. Hamilton the signer I.I subject takes effect i I "
. same, there would have been B. DOWLING"Funeral Rltch, Jr., and J. H. Fields. amount the sum of $8,000 and can Judicial department by the 1933 It prohibit employment of children ;fit, 'I ,

r.thauow of doubt as to the win- Senator J. Edwin Larson of Key- Surviving the deceased are two be made only when the borne owner Legislature. under 18, except those from t

iJ?? landed his left hook realedly 'stone Heights has been.named collector services for J. Bryant sisters Miss Loca C. Sweat of cannot obtain a loan from ordi- A* reported several weeks ago, 14 to 16 may be employed three

; and frequently caught of Internal revenue for Flor- Dowling of Lake Butler,. who died Starke and Miss. Sara E. Sweat of nary lending agencies. Loan. of the Legislature only appropriated hours per day inn such work as will

Ppa_WIth long rights to the Jaw. ida, it was announced last week by Sunday In Madison at the home of Inverness, and one brother, T. R. this kind must be approved by the $250,000 for' salaries for the Judicial not Interfere with their school work

President Roosevelt, according to his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Kelly, was Sweat of Jacksonville. corporation In Washington."The I :department The salary roll (but not to,.bo employed In manufacturing -

\1\11y; C. C. C. NINE Washington news dispatches. held Monday afternoon at four Those attending the funeral corporation will make cash r for the 24 circuits runs $317,000 or mechanical industries 1 e

TOPS PENNEY FARMS When the Clay County legislator o'clock at Swift Creek Church near from out of town were loans up to fifty per centum of the I a year. ). a

iS 'assumes the collectorship it will be Lake Butler, with Rev. J. O. Mrs. W. O. Tlaon, Mrs Emmett value as determined by the corporation's The attorney general ruled that Seta a forty hour week limit for y

l the Jacksonville C. C. C. Base. held by one of the youngest men on Barnes of Madison officiating Mr. Kelly, Dr. Gordon B. Tlaon, Mason appraisal for the payment : because the salary bill provides annual clerical office, 'service and sale t

:gue, Company 453 at Law- record. He Is thirty-three years of Dowling was In Starke two week TUon and daughter Miss Hazel, of defaulted taxes and assessments salaries in monthly installments employment, et.:., with store or

41S"rdlly defeated Company age, a native of Pennsylvania, but ago visiting a daughter, Mrs. A. S. and C. Addison Pound and Mrs. which the owner is unable to pay the comptroller must pay service operation kept up to fifty. k

*:;Penney Farms to 5.The has lived In Florida since 1923 Crews. and soon after hill return Beula/ Byer, all of Gainesville. and to make necessary repairs In the Judges, state attorneys and two hour.per week.. 4,
made director of the home suffered a heart attack and order to maintain the court f
* thirteen errors be- when he became property as reporter. one-twelfth of their Fixes an absolute maximum a '

Hale four pitchers. Improvement work in Keystone was removed to Madison for treat- ; NEW PRISON". JOB tenantable, which the owner Is un scheduled annual salary each eight-hour day for factory and me- M ,

e wan the outstanding star of Heights for the Lawrence Developing ment. The State Prison Farm la to able to make. Interest on such month as long as the $250,000 ap chanical workers on a thirtyfivehour

ud eonfllct! He stole home in thee Company.Mr. Interment took place in the adJoining have a new officer. He will be the loans shall be at the rate of six per propriation last., and can pay no Week'wfth a leeway for six iv M is

inning and hit a home run In Larsen, who la well-known I cemetery of the church warden in charge of convicts, and cent. more ,when the $250,000 has been forty-hour,weeks. t .

'ghth with the bases loaded. here, la a lawyer and received his I with the Lake Butler Masonic L. F. Chapman, superintendent, "Except with the approval of the paid out. Set*' minimum pay levels in fit'

r0Oker u who smashed out two hits legal training at the University of Lodge conducting the services at was authorized by the board of corporation at Washington all -. town ove 2,500 population and up ay

many official tripe'' to the Florida. His earlier college train- I the grave. commissioners of state Institutions banal must be amortized monthly.It BELIEF PAY RAISED: to 250.000 at $14 week for clerical ;
Ie.
Crtt 11130 hit well for the victors. Ing was In Allegheny College, in Surviving! the deceased are his to ham the man for the post.-The Is the corporation's policy to require The Bradford County relief com- and similar! work, (and provides .

fin did the heavy hitting for Pennsylvania, two daughters and two son: Mrs.J. Job will pay $175 a month plus the the satisfaction In full of all mittee this week received notice forty cents per pout fur the thirty
tan he R. Kelly of Madison; Mr, *. A.. S. liens the that It r 4,
against from must
'4 Of E <1 club, slapping out a usual maintenance at the' farm. property the conform with regulation five hour .week with certain excep j r, 4
* *" ta ** many official' NOTICE Crews, Starke; H. B. Dowling of Not appointment has yet been an- proceed of its loan. I provided in the National Recovery tion. I '

"'. at: bat The public is notified by City South Florida, and E. E. Dowling nounced.. !: Consent of Holder of Mortgager Act and must pay Its worker. .

Clerk\ Carl Johns that registration of Dublin, Ga. "In all cases where the corporation 30 cents per hour. They will Recent excavations have shown ili4'

TbelOOOO bar of gold is most books-for the city election to be Mr. Dowling was well known It I* esflmateed that. Canadian I I I. authorized to .issue bonds in work.five hour a dAy' Instead of that the origin of coinage goes

:ent1y used for transfer pur- held September 12, will close Sat- her, and many Starke friend attended ,motorists spent 140,000.000 la the payment of a mortgage, the con- the ;eight-hour day that ha* been .back thousand of years and wt

urday. August 19. the funeral United States In 193L ]I .. i (Continued on Page 4)) In effect until this time. there I.i no telling when It began. i { atI


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1C. II:. Crew. Or.Mis Lot. i, 4 of Block 9 New ---h I.11
River In lilY of 01
section Sea U and W V of NW%\ -14 0 It Wlielns Bros. .
H. Bristow of Jacksonville was P.-T. A. Meeting W. R. Halslop celebrated hU fif Miss Millie Judd of this Lot. i 1 1, 1, e' 6 11 of -- -- L61

Ollie Marr of Starke visited J. last Fri The Brooker Parent-Teacher Association ty-eighth birthday Sunday with a spent the week-end In Lawtey with Block ie New River! inEg
y visiting C. A. Youngblood \ 01 HIiI\4\ 01 8e. II
i relatives here Saturday. held Its first meeting at big dinner. The table wa spread Misses Rose and Lassie Anderson. and Wy of HW"-U' 1 10 Wiggins Bro. -- .

} Miss Dorothy Crews of Starke with is day.Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley. and the Drooker school building Wed. out under the trees In the yard Misses Lowe Collier and Micky Lot.River T, 9 In of Ev Block of HE'11 H." ot"" -- -- li 1 I

; d spending a short time here little daughter. Ruth of Starke nesday, July 26. The meeting was where the guests enjoyed the noon : Andrews of Hamburg. were In this Sea U and W\4\ of 6 10 WI..I" Bros h__
I LI6of
fly, Misses Eloiae and Kathleen Har- were visiting Mra Slbley's parents opened by the former president, hour. Mr. Halalop received many I section Sunday. Block HC'11%"New.f River 8eo. NWt'iU --

'' dee.J.. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, Mrs. M. P. Matheny. After a short nice gifts. Those present were: I Ruby Bradley nnd' Theodore Wg of NW'U 10 WI..lne Broa. ---- .___ HI

T. Marr was a visitor to Law last Friday.Mr. program by the pupils of Mrs. Bo- Mr. and Mrs. A. L Alvarez and Crews of Lawtey were guests of LoU of 3 1i1 lock'li New River

tey Saturday. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of ree's room, the following; officers family. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sapp,I Misses Eva and Annie Mae Bell .n. EIa! of HE\4\ 01 Sea II
Crews spent the and W y of NWy---___U 0 10 Wlgglns Bro. _
Maggie _
1 Miss Tlaon Mrs. Flora Willa _
elected Mrs. SaUle ---
-
L. Gainesville were visiting his parents were : Sunday evening. Lots 1 J, 4. I, ., T. 8. 10. Lit
R.
I weekend in Starke with I Mrs T. C. Hasen, president; Mrs. Clarence Sullivan, Miss Muriel 811-( IN
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zelgler, Russell Judd and Josephine and River( l0 .rJoc:. NE1 1 4e ofS.c.
,', Crews and family. vice Miss of Starke Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
B. F. Hazen president;
cox ,
visited herr Saturday night. I Glide Raulerson of this section U and W\4\ 01 HW"U 6 10 WI..llle Bros. __ _
4} 1 s Mrs. Arthur Padgett Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and children Martha Groover, secretary; O. E Barber of Jacksonville, Mrs. J. Me- In Lake Lou I. I, .10.. 11, 11 of Block n n 181
slater, Mrs. Effie Carter, hye; Sun I treasurer Mrs. M. P. and children and Rev. spent Sunday City. Iii N... ..iver .D Ey of
of Starke were visiting his McGauley, ; Clengan -
N8Y. of 8.0. II and Wei
I9 day. Mr. and Mrs. ;M. Hall, 'Matheny, program chairman; Mrs. Harris of Marietta Mrs. F. M. Norman Cooper Bryant of Lawtey was of NWy_______________f4 10 Wiggins Bros. ---- .
parents
I Mrs. Tamsie Wilkinson of Stuart afternoon. L. R. Waters, recreation chairman; and children Miss Nina visiting in this section Saturday An Blocks IT, 18, II, 10, 21 --- IU
Sunday II, U New Rlv.r In
Is spending a while her ewith Mr. Miss Elsie Belle Geiger was a Mrs. G. E. McCauley membership Whitehead and Russell Reddish, all Herman Garrett of Pine Hill was of NID' or B.a. U Eli

and Mrs. George Wilkinson. Mrs. Sim here Saturday evening. W\4\ of.NW ------------U 10 Wlgglns Bro.. ____ _
guest Sunday of Mrs. J. R. Kauf chairman; Mrs. H. P. Gainey, pub of Water Oak; Mr. and visiting Lot 8-of Block U New Rlvli -- n III

-, Miss Betty Wimberly, Miss Ethel man and Mrs. W B. Ingram.Mr. licity chairman. Kelley and children and Mr. and Joe Brantley or Stuckey, Ga., maV O'4of of '" of Sea.
M Crlffls were HW"'nU 9 10 C. A. John.Lot. ._____
Ricks and Carson and Mrs. Arthur Millikin, After several interesting talks Mrs. W. R. Ward and children of was the guest of Boots Brown Sun I. Block --- n_ 101

visitors to Starke Friday. who have been residing in the Dodd the attendance banner was pre this section. The guests departedIn day. Rive..In EI4t 01 NN of
9 Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly Jr., return of iWN\ _24 0 10 Wlgglns Bro.. __ ._ _
cottage at Sliver Lake, moved to sented to G. E. McGauley's room. the afternoon wishing: Mr. Hal- All Block 28 ivLo ."" --- 101

ed Saturday after spending the Starke Saturday. The faculty Is very desirous of slop many more happy birthdays.Mrs. Rlye.. In HE" 01Sec.
weeks in Starke, IS and W ofN W\4U\ I.. Wlgglns Bro. _
three
put number of Walter Underbill last
patrons spent --- 361
a large -
having
I Miss Clara Swindell Is visiting at VANDERBILT Lot. 5. t. It. 11, n of Block -
childrenof
Mrs. Nelson Green and Lake Geneva. present at all the P.-T. A meetings week in Jacksonville with her sister II New River In E4 ofNP1V.

Starke visited helatlves here Rev. S. H. Dodd delivered an interesting which will be held the second Mrs. T. E. Haltiwanger. c...... Bell 1'1.' ,_" C... %S._.... III___and___W __01NW __14 10 Wiggins Bro. --_ Z
Sunday. sermon at the Christian Thursday of each month at 3:30 Miss Nlta Kelly was visiting Lots I. 1.5,7 I. 11 of Block ------ IS
Some of the visitors here Mon. Debris Bloodsworth n New" River! In E3 ofNF.44
y, Miss Sunday
Church Sunday night. of Bea IS and WNW'4
day included W. J. Bailey, George p.m.The P.-T. A agreed to sponsor an afternoon at Vanderbiit. Alvarez-Johns ___________.______U 9 10 Wiggins Bro. -----. iB

Nightengale, Bill Reid Mr. Ross ice cream supper to be held at the Mrs. H. M. McRae and daughter Beauty and simplicity characterized Lots 11 of I Block 3, ,16,New, River, -

and Mr. Barefoot, all of Jackson school house Friday evening, Au- Audrey, spent Tuesday with the wedding of Miss Lubedia In Eo,, 01 HE\4\ 01 Sec II
u ZIFF and W\4\ of HW"U 5 10 Wiggins Bro. ____
vile will also on a Mrs. M. J. McRae of Crosby h. 1.11
and gust 4. They put Mr. and Alvarez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lot 11 of Block -30New

1'' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman Stle. Lola Ma. ........ c... play sometime In the near future, Lake. J. C. Alvarez, to Emery Johns, son RIver In IJ! %If NE'4 ofSec.
daughter Miss Cleo Norman, have U and WV of NW\4U\ 8 10 WI..lne Draa. .
the benefit of the and -------- 1.11
for Mrs. L.
Both E.
I being Haltiwanger of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johns, All Block 81 ,
E 4' recently moved here from Lawtey playground equipment of the daughter, Dorothy, and granddaughter which was solemnized at 8 o'clock New River r:1iIotsN1 E,4 J
} rented the Albert Norman of of .
IS
having Sec Wg
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and school. Deloris Haltiwanger. and Wednesday last in their home by HW\4\ _________________1. 8 10 Wiggins Bro. _____ US
,y home. children of Graham were visiting Clara Willis of Jacksonville were Rev. C. A. Crosby. Lot 12 In lock 8! Ne""

The French government.8, In 1907 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shaw Sunday.J. Woman' 4-H Club visiting here Sunday.Mrs. The bride was gowned in a be- Sec RiveI'23' and E01\IYy{ of NIDI4 HWU of 8 10 Wiggins Bros. _________ 1.51

W. Lewis and M. Spencer and The Woman's 4-H Club of Brook. H. Durden and children of coming model of pink with All lock 13 ex Lot 6 New.
", conferred the Legion of Honor on crepe
River In
of NESS of
Ludwig Fulda, a German dramatist. son. Robert were attending to er held their regular meeting In the Jacksonville were visiting Mr C. bouquet of dawn roses and ferns. Sec 23 and EHL w\4\ of N'V\4U\ 8 10 Wlgglns Bro. ______ 101

'r business in Starke Saturday. club room at the Brooker school A. Crosby Friday afternoon. The young couple will make All Block 43 .x. Lot 11 NewRiver "

i Lloyd and Coleman Padgett have building Friday afternoon, July 28. Mrs. B. M. McRae and Miss Allle their home In this community. Bee S3 In and EJ,4"Wfe, \of of NE'NWVi 01_24 8 10 Wiggins Bro. _______ tsstil

been attending to business in Jack The discussion at this time waspatterns. Harnage was visiting Mrs. J. W. All Block 44 .x Lot* S, S, 4,
sonville several this week. Miss Pearl Jordan home 5, II, 7. 8 New. River In
days McRae. Saturday afternoon. Locals K'4 of. NEH of Hao: S3anrt
We are very sorry to report that demonstration agent, gave each of Miss Mildred Alvarez of Vanderbilt WIN of NWVi\ ______S4 8 10 Wlg-gln Bro _____ _
Mrs.. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville All Block 46 Lot 2. 8,
little Neal Lltchfleld is In a Jack the members present a pamphlet was Miss Cros. ex
visiting Evelyn .
spent the past week with her 6, 6, 7, 8 New River In
sonville hospital where he is having on patterns. by Friday afternoon. NI'/t of NEH\ of Seo. 13 .
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor and WV4 of NWVI\ _____24 8 20 Wiggins/ Bro! _?_ .__ 1.11
medical treatment. We hope hima NWll of SKH___________Z7NWK 0 II 40 C.. Ii Andrew,....n 8.il
speedy recovery. Personals man.Miss of NWVi\ and SVi of
Muriel Silcox of Starke was N V'4 _______-__.___17 8 10 120 D. W. 2HI
Wesley Dyal and son. Vernon, of Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McGauley visiting Misses Mattie and Cora EH of NEVA_______________2S 8 10 00 D. W. IUI
Graham were In our section Thurs and children and Mr. and Mrs. P. HAMPTON SEA. of 8W'and SVi\ of
Belle Norman Saturday night.W. SK%____________.IS 8 10 80 Eugene Bryan ...____ leuLo
A. Crosby and H. B. Crosby attend 81'11of
t I q ,.,, More than day.L. Alan Ada Nle., Cor. B. Bloodsworth was called to Sy of Lot 4 and
6O* di
O. and Johnnie Lewis were In church services at Corinth N14 of 10.. _. __81 8 10 160 Federal Land Bank of
} boluHav.aa611er.t Raiford Saturday afternoon to the Columbia ___ ____ 57.15
; Graham Thursday. Saturday. bedside of his mother Mrs. Flor eRVj of NWI4.---_______18 0 20 SO Mr.*. F. L. Colion.._ 1666NI':4
?,I plus other choic: .bv. Mrs. C. F. Litchfield Is In Jack H. P. Gainey and son, Everette, school will : of NEB4__________8$ 8 20 40 Eugene Bryan ....__ 1410IIE'A
j t posted tobacco. a Hampton public open ence Bloodsworth, who la very ill. of NKH____ ____83 8 20 40 Elisa Wlleon ______ 14 30EI.I
,l sonville at the bedside of her little were attending to business In
Monday, August 7. The trustees A large crowd from this section of 8WV1! of SWVi; and J
$ tan and aroma fovexl son Neal who la ill. Starke Saturday.Mr. SEH of aWVi____ --_____S3 e 20! 110 Alfred. Thomas ..__. 11.49NW1
only .. Insist that all pupils of school age attended the union meting at Corinth ex 10 A In SW Co.._." a 20 iso Eugene Bryan _____ ___ 11.71
.r, higher plod Norman Johns and Carlton Davie and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and enter that flrs! ,day If it is possible Friday. Saturday and Sunday. 8Ey" ______________.4 8 SO 160 M. F. A Lawrence Wir
1 lh.t". ____ _
gins
z dgan JOHN were in our section Sunday. daughter Minnie Lou, motored to BUT
t to do so. Miss Rachel Silcox of Starke, 8EY and St( of NEI4_ ___14 8 10 IU Empire Lntnber CoEmpire 6416
RUS1UN.taedardof Gainesville Friday. The 116th Field Artillery of Miss Nina Whitehead and Misses NW of NE w----\ _.__.. I T 10 to Lumber Co. 1430HW
nl_ John McKlnney of Graham was ___ _..____________ I 1 20 180 M. F. A Lawrenc. Wig
i t POSITIVE: UELI FPILES Tampa passed through our town Mattie and Cora Belle Norman gins ___. ______ 6109
+ Don't be Railed by J transacting business here Sunday. last Wednesday on their way to were visiting In Lake City Sunday All ex: NWW of NWM_ I T SO 800 J. S. Howard_...._ __ S10U
{ rnou SK of NB", and 8WVI of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvin and %
i old time .brand Camp Johnson. About five hundred afternoon.Mrs. BE\4\ and KH of aW'4__ 4 7 20 180 :I. S Howard__________ 6716
"marked down children and Mrs. J. J. Morganwere men and several cannon were F. M. Norman, daughters, W% of NWW._____?___ 4 7 20 80 V. V. Haien________ 28.11
to attending to business In W,,? of SWiJ\ t 7 20 80 L. A. Brown.-----" 28.11
Se."JOHN RUSKIN in the motorcade.Rev. Mattie and Cora Belle and lion NEVl 7 20 150 V. V. Haien________ __ 8091
4 v I I.the../-cigar .vind Agroalala* rt4 .... ...a.g...1 Starke Friday. F. M. Taylor and family at. Russell, and Deloris Bloodsworth EH o--------5 7 20 81) L. A. Brown__.__ 2810

hTl 't full 1933 g_lu. .. aootHmg- ....,...olmot ... Miss Mary Lynn of LaCrosse tended the Fifth Sunday meetingof attended the birthday dinner givenat I Lots Acre In SB., Cor of NE4! 7 SO 400 Unknown ... .___ ___ 140.31

r4: you .ta.tlr. That U tko relief ALJLSMlM spent Saturday here with friends. the New River Association the home of Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. of \ I 7 20 1 UnUknown.. _____ 433S
4! for your 5 cent ..sT..... obtain froaa MEMO.; Mrs. L. R. Gainey, who has been which convened at Corinth Church Acre l Jn'SE'Cor'of'SWli
FREE. W* lids etaWaee Halslop of Rising section.F. of I T 20 2 M. P. Malheney.____ 111
Try few Mover spending some time In Jacksonville last E% of r4rTcT"Bfk"5"'Vx""W
a today. Sunday.
y M. and H. L. Norman
with a moa.y.ba.lt g..._.... of her daughters Mrs. L. were tU ft, Ward City__ 8 7 10 E. M. Haien_______ 1.1f
1 a guest ,
You will as Miss Mast of Ocala
enjoy every If yon. arc .......d by pile* ye-i Joyce was a transacting business in Jacksonville Lot 8, 0, 10, 11 of Block T
t puff. have probably. tried Baaay .oealledroa A.. Mintz and Mrs. A. B. Crosby, week-end guest of Mrs. C. E. Har Thursday. Ward City_? ___-_ 8 7 10 R. T. O.teen____._______ 15.11'

tit .. Do set J.....MEMO-FREE has returned to her home here. per. Miss Mast was formerly a Lot Blk S3 8,,Ward S3, 225 City.,__2t____of_ T 10 E. M. Haien........___ un
Save byo l put dieapp.iBtB.Bt.. It action Mrs. H. M. Hinson and children resident of our town and has a host Derva Clrenalca la linked with' Lot X, 4, 6, 0, T, 8 of Block
The
,Ie ...111.., aimoet mirae.lea. In of Gainesville spent Sunday hereas of friends here who are always American history, for during the Lot 10 11 Ward of City Block____11___WardCity ____ S-. 7 10 "- Mr.. B. B. Mott______ 1.01

wI They Are __ of ttefclng-, bulling, ewtenol.rotradiac. guest of her brother-in-law and glad to see her. war between the United States and ______-_____ 8 7 10 M P. Matheney.------ 148
t _ .. lateraal pile*. Lot S, ifiii 13 Ward
t |
McGau
slater Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
M.aw.wt Remember" joyenM life waeboforo Mrs. R. L. Parker Is spendingthis Tripoli In 1809 the Stars and City ____________________ I 7 10 M. P. MathenyMr : _____ III
?&. ... pain .t.b..... week in Jacksonville the guestof Stripes were unfurled there for a Lot 7, 8 of Block 13 Ward
JohtiRusfein Into doll mUery. Regain .yon.... ley.H.. B. Wiggins, principal of the her sister, Miss Erma Johns. time. Lot City 0 _of___Block_______18___Ward_____ 8 7 10 '.. Mary Hobbs.104

: prl...... "....1_.. by _."1.. for school here, spent the weekend at Mrs. O. L. Harrison and daughters City .___________________ I 7 10 R. T, Oeteen____.____ 1.56
I sad .Ai.. HEMo.FREE. If his home in Hampton. Great at In Lot.* 3. 4, *. 10 of Block 20
:youwi.b attended at Waldo one time
preaching culprits Ward City..__._ 8 7 20 L. R. Oalney________ H9!
pay patmaa npon delivery.B..d Master Glenn Crosby of Jack last Sunday.Mr. France were fastened limb for limb Lot 1 of Block 21 Ward

.... mnpon today. NOW .. sonville la spending a while here and Mrs. L A. Johns and C. to four horses, which being urgedIn City .______._ _______ I 7 10 O. H. Parker_______ 121
,.. beet .1.... Commencing 50 ft H of
HEMO LABORATORIES with his grandparents, Mr.. and L. May were shopping In Jacksonville opposite directions, the victim SW car of 8E4::: of HW"i
Mrs. L. R. Galnev.. last Wednesday. was literally torn to pieces.NOTICE and run E 100 ft, N *1$
4520 Want Pieo Blvd.Loe .
ft W 100 ft, a 310 ft to
BEST AND BIGGEST A..I... Calif. Mr.d; Mrs. R.: R. Prevatt and b..ff. Bounded H by /. A.

CIGAR VALUE Eneloeed I. $1.00 for full .1 lo* daughter Marguerite, of Starke Abbot renldence lot..._. 8 7 10 M. P. Matheney_______ III
2055
BEV of SK% lei* road 0 7 10 18 L. R. Gainey------------
.... of HEMOFREE.M passed through here Sunday.' 8104 of 40 M. F Wig--
101W A Lawrence
SEV4 7 SO
Notice I I. hereby a-lven that the following described land will be .ol .. 1110
"' : LlwlrGeielCg.c:..............No J. Rev. G. E. McGauley and Mr. public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 1533 It beingthe grin;* .. r _..i .
A..r_ .._... .._ : &ark. A on W side! of 8WU of
co.Galnesvtlla. and Mrs. G. B. Colson attended 7th day of said month, before the Courthouse Door at In BradfordCounty TlWK ____ I II
+, sl OAINESVILLI CANDY \ S of road________-.U 7 tO t F. C. Holling.worth
City ......,,.. .-. Slat. I II I II State of Florida, or no much thereof a* will be n.cu.ar to paythe 8W(4 of
NWV4 road and
FU- DUtrtbator t.. I church services at Corinth Sunday. amount due for taxes set opposite the same, together with the cot *> ex .
{ *x 6 A 8 road W
i1 Everybody Is Invited to attend of such sale and advertising. C. A. KNIGHT Tax CoU.otor.or.. side I __ --T.'::-_.-_on-_14 7 tO 18 H. F. Warren.------ 19."

I Sunday school at ;3 p.m. ana !S. x.: HE'4 of NEy4-----_______16 7 SO 40 M. F.: A Lawrence_Wit81.15__
g gin. _
h t t'X P. U. at 7:30: p.m. at the Baptist ,,0..1.110.. II.... or R A. Owner A C..t.BEI4 SEVi\ of NEVi ex S A N of ) ?-
road ._________. 88 1' *'
...___11 7 SO F. C. Holllngworth -
Church here every Sunday. Church of SK<4_____-------S4 0 11 40 T. H. Rime.-__ .5 14.10 EVi\ of NWH- \ of 8EH1S 7 SO 20 Unknown __-___ 711Lwence

services will be held next Sundayby 84,NIiI'14 of of NWH 8WH\ and_____Ntt Ij of.._ 1 T 11 100 M..., Poll P. Murrh.__ ..... Alf 8E'4 of NE\4\ N of road.lS 7 SO 6 M. F. 4__ _____Wigt ___-_ | |?
Pastor O. E. McGauley. Ev, of NEH of NEW-____ T It 10 I. W. Plnholater, Jr-___ T.74 Beginning at 881 gins
DRINK Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott were liE Of Nf K4T1......__..,,-_13 T 18 40 M. P. Mathnsy...__ 14.10 W of NE Cor a point of NWVi ft
A 8W of 8E! ---1. I 10 .0 H. I.. ,John._______ 1.11 and run W on See line
; visiting friends and relatives in 8'J' of 8KH"--3.J'r__.IS5 I 10 40 Bank of St.rk.__ I.U 418 8-1 ft to NW Cor of
/' Lake Butler Sunday. NN+4 of and 8and\ EI4t of of EV4 of NWH. thence 8
w K HEeyN W mile to 8 line of said
1 Misses Mary Sue Mott Lubedla .nd NKH of SWH NWVi. thence E 488 1-' ft, .
Plnholater, and Willie Mae Hinson N 8 of BWg and thence N to b.ir._ ____?_17 7 SO Mr. '1'. P. W.rd--h---- Un 6T

ADRAUGHT afternoon at WorthIngton NWt4ofeyand4ofRy of _________ UG __ W% of SWH of NWVi __17 T SO SO Mr. 8. A. 11
spent Sunday B>-- S8 I 10 H. L. J'ohn. ___ n.1O 8 Acre In 80% of Lot t E of
Springs.Dr. I HW\4 of NWH" .x B! 148 !-3 Ry and N of River____18 1 SO B Co.SO ._ I"
yde and NH of SWVi" of BEVi' of NWVi ____..__ .23 7 40 Unknown :--16 30
E. L. Briggs of Starke was a NW,", ex E 148 S-S yd E$, of SEH of-SEVi- ________88 7 SO SO Unknown __-_--__-___ 1.76
business visitor here Monday.H. and GVi: of 8EVi" of HWI 1 10 80 Mr.. W. B. T.rbrou..h. n.n E of NEH:\ and SWVi\ of
1 H acre In NW Cor of SV4 N E'4 ex road.________24 T 10 tie Unknown ... ----- /416
P. Gainey and eon Everette, of SWH" of SWH\ N. ol NEI4 of SE'4..______...__84 7 10 40 UnknownCommenolnir __ __--- 11"
A. B. J. B. Russ and Road 8 and W of Road I. 1 10 I P. W. K.n.,____ 1."
Surrency,
81. "f SW\4\ of NWH, and Wv"J :fw8r:4'U: 7 10 80 Unknown ___ _-- !T.n
Malcolm Harrell were business NWI4. of and NH of at f7 5or"'of
visitors In Valdosta Ga. IIW-, of 8WJ4,.__...._ 1 S to 80 M. H. Moody______ 1916 Seo.: 24 and': run W on Sea:
Monday
BEER NEH" of IIW\4.\ _____,._ I 0 10 .0 U. 1. ,Joh...____...:..._ 5.51 line 100 rhn. N SO chn..
t Of cool, creamy, thirst-quenching and Tuesday. II% of SWH of 8SH8KI4 10 10 Frank 8t.lur.-._ T." B! 100 chn to 80. line

at New Novelty Bar and you'll know Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stuart and Of 8EH--r".d----------u\ 10 10 40) Unknown __ __ 5.91 B SO chin to be*._______.84 T SO SOO C. B. Robert*._-- lI.n
UI Frank Steiner __
a our NEW, le** 0 10 ".It I Beg 440>> yd. B of NW Cor of
old days." .OD. Paul, were attending to business All EH\ of 8KH\ .a.t ol, pub- Hoc 28 and run E! 458 .de.
+ why they talk about "the good Ito road __________11 S 350 W.' '1'. Turner 1I.n I 8 1220 yds, W 418 ydi. N ..
I in Starke Saturday. W\4\ of RWy.' \ ____----._U 0 30 81) Unknown ___ ____ 19.14 I 1210 yd. to the pt of bg.SS 1NEH 10 ISO The Loan ft
L. A. Mints of Jacksonville was IwH! 8ofrSiw-vI-7nd__1I 4 20. 80 W. T. Turn.____ 11.11 I Trust Georgia Co. __-- nit

'' No use to go ,around hot and thirsty when visiting friends here Sunday. SNW%\ of NWI.\ South all of (, i NEH!: and E'4 of and NW N'or 4 and

Miss Alice Roberta of La. graded road' lee road and
at SEU\ of BHiU
,i; you can refresh yourself right of way____1* I' 811 Frank 8t.llI.r __ ".71 fEVl A. Also beg 60 chn-
,I Crosae spent Saturday here. 8EH of BE\( _1t 900 Unknown ___ ____ B.II W .f BE! Car of Sec. SS
i Mr. and Mrs. L A*. Mints of NHH Of SWi.4-: ..-..IS8WJ4 20 .0 Mr.. Mary' B. Turn..__ .... and run W on Sea line
the of BWtf___________14 1 It 40 R. S. John' .____ .n 40 chne. N 10 chn, B 40
Jacksonville are announcing EM of 8WH and W 1TH\ A .,
hll., S SO chn to
5c and 1 Oc Glass arrival of a daughter, Wednesday, of WH of BBVt-n..... ,14 6 lit IT Frank 8t.lner____ 14.11 80 A. Also berg at beg point-

: a July 19, at their home. Mrs. MlnU HW\4 All \NEH of BWy.of\NW\4___II___of__Ryand __t/ 10 40 R. A. Green' __ .n to Sec chn SS and W of run NE 8 1839 Cor ft of,

will be remembered here as Mis (I* of NEH.and BS&AUB8H :\ W 224 ft. N 1819 ft. B
I uof S "'__ 6 10 100 R. A. Or.n to.to
4 .u 114 ft to the point of
'' Delicious Sandwiches Prepared in Lois Gainey. \ of Lot. U. ri.8of begS A _________t* f SO 488S C. B. Robert. Ill"
------- -
New River..._______19 10 24 Putlam Lumb.1' Co._ 1.11 8V.;i of NBH and NH of BEVi\ -
: Our KitchenViola's education Is All SWH of 8EH and BVfc and SWVi of BEViS8, SOO Loan
; Primary compulsoryin of BWti 8 of River__SOi 1 10 .1 Putnam Lumber Co._ II." T The GeorgiaTrait 2- TU'
Ji Canada IIE\4\i of N E4\ and BBH:\ _St I. 100 D. W. K.II.,.__ 11.18 E\o! of 8E'4 and SW'A 01 Co. --
N of NEH -----...-...I2 It IG R. A. O..n_____ lI.n BE"U"" 4 11 110 4061
FINAL DUCHAROB N of SWVi\ oi 8BH----:\ ._. 0 10 10 Hannah WIIII&mo_ 1.41 S4ot 8W1{. _it 4 John Orlffl ---_ zt,1S
Or 11 .0 .
KIOTICR Mr Heeler 8-pp
W 11 I I. 110 D. W. Kelley .....
Sixty day after date hereof to. of NWl4a1 A*inN ----N ot Nk'4 and E4%\ of U.'T
I 811I \ 8W" of NE'4. __ 1 I 11
1935. 10
Cafe wit SSrd day of September. J. 8. Ro.l.r---
and final Cor for churchSS 0 10 It B. J. A 3. S. Kellq..... 10.11 B 01 HE" of NW\4\ and !
voucher
will preeent mr !
HW\4\ of HBW: and 1(14 01N'W4 WY, of \ ..,, 1 I if
4. It .0 (
account to the Honorable K. K. Perrjrman. John 19. RoerMr n.50
11 9 It 110 OfAWl4
\ Frank St.lner II."
County Judge of BradfordCountjr. Fracl Tllook "4 New River NI4t of HI4t : ____ 1 I 11 to *. Heter SappLawter _
S of W olNE .
Adjoining Sinclair Service Station a Florida* Administrator, and ak of to the be diecharged Ke-- In EH of NII\4: of Sea_____SS_' 1 10 -cNE\4 -----_ L._of_ I 4 It II State Bank:_ 36 111.lfBY .
d.- Fracl WH\ of NWH- 4 'WI..lna Broa 1.01 HE'"J 01 NWH-_________11 I 11 .q J. 8J. Qrlffl. ..- -- -
Elrole Andrew, -
tate of Mary
Block: 8 New RiverIn \, of N VH 01 NW4; ._ 1
i" oeas.d.Tbi. EH of NEH of 8_ SS A In SB Cor and that
r1' SINCLAIR GAS AND OILS the Itth day of July tSS.O and WS of NWH\ _______t* 10 WI..IDa-Broa. I." that portion 8 and ex W ofpublic
W. ANDRWES. Lote .1. 4 of Block 8 New road and of
NWVi
Adm'r of Bat Mary KWole Andrew. River In By of NBVL of NEH of NWH and Ny< of
1 s.s.h 1.Ulltl'.U| ( DeoeaeeO. See. SS and WH of NWVi-\ 4 1 It WI..lae Broa. LU 8V. of. NKVi of NW14_ --SS S St 19 Mr*. B. H. Damon41 Ill'



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RAINS-- BRING RELIEF D..rl.. I.... T R A. Owner A last.sw4 ." .re .-.... .. a ***. T R A Owner A Ta Vats I D..r...... I..... T R A Owner .Ta.V.ts ,

FROM MAY. DROUGHT of NE'i .x 1 A for Hampton 'Shores being a Lot 10 .x I Lots In 8\V tr'' I

church --- ,-------______26 5 It "39 11. S. Norman?._.?_ n.lI sub-dlvlHton of Lot I. 4 corner. IOfi fC hy alOft
Of Most Staple Crops 84sW!! 14te1 % A NW Co and 4 and all Lot S N of each Town : 8t:1.
.cl'fte' / Reductlo 1 In highway' and WH of East o! Ry .e;

ShoWS Small of SW4 of SW% and Lot 7_________________IS: 7 31 Alfred D.Voto..______ Sill U 211 _________ _11 I II nowal1 Turp.ntln. CO._ II.U
SW4 of 8E------------5 5 81 819 O. W. Walnwrlaht___ as.58 .. .' .. Lot 11 ex Lot 1 sub-dlvl. falon
conditions;; which pre. 1 A In NW Cor of 8W4SW4 of 2.82 A In BW corner' of -- Town Iawtey ,

Drought relieved by ___________26 5 It 1 Frank Morg.n I.U 8EU of SEU commenelnirat ,! ,, Fast of Hy I..f Secs, 21. ;
In May were 810y Of S4....__________18 i 81 I II L. 11.
vailed 40 Frank Morgan ____ 11.0a N edaj of publlv''roaa U. 2band_ 1616 Ha.aard____ .18 ,
rains in the central south SEI4 of NWyi and Nof No. 19 1* ft E of W line Ln "odx. 84-of Lot
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ample northern OM s 4 2$ 5 11 120 Frank Morgan-_....__ 1187 of SEVi! of SEVi and run Town East of '
and Parts of the 8W Vi of SW-----------------.---_______Z6ll 5. 31 40 W. B. Sapp__ 11.81 N fall ft, thence 8 81 .Aereem Ny In Sec.. 13. 14. aDII 6 II Howell Turpentine Co.__ lIS.'? 1'
ern, the State during the sec ID'1o of SW% of SW4-n i 21 10 Mr. H. C. Edward.... 818 E 244 ft. thence 8 Nit! cof Lot 111 Town of Law- -
8 but the western S\ of ________________ i 11 80 O. L aPP.___,-___- 11.14 ? d.s-reea, W 404 ft to toy of Ity in Boca .
fweek ,
of June, SWVi of NEVt N of road road thence W alone; N 13, .f.at-__________-__-11 I II L. U. Uauard_______ 11.11 '
0"f State continued to suffer and 1 A In NE Cor of side. of road lit ffa to Lot 1(10 It Nand 8 by 400 t '
part nf the moisture untU the I. tlE'4 of NW4...._____.97 5 tl 13 Unknown __ _.._- .. be.lnnln ____J.L..S4 T SI a Mr. Llnl E.' Harris._ .... It Nand W I. NW cor- i
from lack of I Iot All HE'4 of SEVi N of old nor of Lot 20 Town of '
of the month. Condition SH of NW4oxIAInNE pubJIy road xNv 11.J'II.-U 7 31 IS W. L. Bugg.._.?.-._ 11.41 l.awte,. EaU of RyIn .t +
last week while 1m f'or and all NH' of SWVi Secs: f'8 U. .________. I II MrL W. :J. Chandler____ II.IIS i } '
ataple crops was low N of branch__ ---_____-2T 6 tl 117 Ury Reddish _____ 13,01 Commencing. 150 ft W of 0 of Lawtey
noted in the grovell, WH of BWi! of SWVi-____27 6 11 20 Oeneva Thomas ..___ t.lt SB corner of 8WU of LaJ.a..lt' By in Secs. 23.
provement was In the BEG of SEVi_______.__ _28 6 11 40( Maud Walnwrlght ____ 11.81 NEVi and run N about '" ,. 24. 15 __________________1. 5 32 Unknown ______ .a.fl ,
and feed crops SW4' of NW% _....r.31 6 11 40 H. L. John_.________ t.U 1085 ft to center of a ditch of
pastures central! and southern eec- NW5% of :NEye---_____$3 6 11 40 J. A. Holllngsworth.Mr .__ 11.81 running E and W. thane ,,: "w ,,, LoJ.atlor By In s atl. ?
orthern E' of NW'4 of NWU 6 11 10 *. H. C. Edward....._ t,14 K about 140 ft, thence In : 14. III __________________26 8 32 LI..le Thomas_______. .18 F r
N1>:4 of NE4: __________$4 6 11 40( W. B. Sapp_ 11.31 a NB direction along the }i'i"'f."i" I, .,11,; ,, LOiat9 Town of Lawtey ,
|UAcreage of staple crop, except W of------___ ______84 6 11 80 Ellery Bapp _______ 1171 the center of aald ditch : of By in Sec.. 23.
1 decrease W of NW of N"Na4 6 11 10 Geneva Thomas ._____ 1.11 to the E line of NE'4 14. 25 ._____ __ 1. I al Mre. J. T. Moore?_____ 30.11
and tobacco, show a N '4 of N4._____ 15 6 11 40 W. E. 8app__________ 11.81 thence 8 to SE corner ," LnJ.a..itloToR of Lawtey
|cotton same acreage asplanted NE'4.ot NE.______ :s5 6 11 40 Frank Morgan ____ 11.81 of Bald. NEK thence W ; in Sec.. 23.
or the and tobac- $E4a of NWy, el: W 10 A..25 6 11 10 H. L. Edward..____ 9.01 to b.lllnnln.-80 A Also a4. 15 .________________1. 5 II J. W. Robln.on______ 4.48 1
In 1932. Cotton commencing at BW Cor Lot 43 Town
s7I1.If. :
Increases.The N4 of Lot 1 or N4 of 8W4 of 8WU. of NEM and run East of By : 1 r''

show decided Is estimated of SE'h______________.aa S 11 IS I* Q. Norman______ 7.04 B 8.8 yd* to a line, 15 ___________.______.. 5 a3 J. W. Robln.on______ a.80 ? '
Florida com crop thence N along line 70 Lot 49 Town of Lawte) I
The acres and ts expected 8 A In NW corner) of NWU. yd.. W SIS yd* to W line East of Ry In Sac.. 23.
at 666.000 of NEU W of road and of said 8WV of NE'4, 14, 15 _._____ 11 5 13 Fannie Robinson------- 1,42
to produce 5.328,000 bushels NEVi of NWU. *x H" 440 ft thence 8 to beginning Lot 50 Town of Lawtey
acres and EH of NWVi of 4 A. Also beginning at Hast of Ry In Sec.. 2$. 4 t
l comparison produced NWVi ..x S 410 ft and NE corner of NW4. of u. 25 _________ .________1. 5 .a Unknown __ ______ ....
I" 193% which 5,840,000bushels WH of NWVi\ of NWW -- SKli' and run B' )411 ft, W 514 of Lot 57 Town afr.awtey I lf4
111 weather and heavy and WH of 8WU of 570 ft, N 166 ft. B 570 ft East of ny In I

Dry NWU and EH of iSWVi to beginning A_______.148H 7 31 tt Unknown _?_______ I.... S.co. 13. If _________ 5 la... J. T. Hor.___________ ass 4..
damage are reported as thecaUse of NWW ex N 160 ft and 1..0' 18. 14. 1k Ot. .ub-d..

IJ1scct yield this year, especially SEVi of NWVi ex N 160 ft.18 B 11 IIS Frank Morgan...._____...... $9.61 of 8EU of NWVt\ and vision In East Lawt..y Howell Turpentine Co.__ 8.10
Of a low 65 A In NH of NE2H\ deeded N\io of 8\V14 of SE'q: and y
on the early plantings. The About 7 A In SE cornerof .. by Wm. Jonea. ,_->__-8 4 7 SI 75 C. L. Richards. ______ S3.1S Sit of N\V\4\ of SI1414 II U 40 David, Durban-------- 17,92 d 'ylF.4
have been helpedby NEVi of NBVi and NEi, of NEVi and NWVi of {, of 5W44' of NE ------u I II 10 A. P. & Eleanor Schnell 1I.U 'r t
later plantings 8EU: of NEVi; *x platted I NE'i 11I 7 31 tO J. II. Prevatt_____ 34.80 N'4 of SE'7 of 1:1: and 7
recent rains.. land In NW corner and EH; ()r NE1& of9144ind i4 of Nh4 of 811.s/ I II 40 Ffld..ral. Land Dank.___ ".It t 3RW4
the of oats InState BWVi of NEVi\ *x N 160 8E'* of NEVi_______ _____28 7 21 60 Mrs, Addle Hall_______ S466'. or tlHI'4 of SW 4424 5 II 10 W. A. Oondfellow6.31
Seven thousand acres ft asndoxN'\VIII\ 150ft t Lots 1, 2, 3. 4 or Frarl Sea 28 7 31 lt8 Bank of 8tarke-___ 4949 I NW'4 of NF4: of N\ ___.14 8 U 10 3L n. Warne________' 5." 1 I .
this year are estimated of SW'i of 8EU and WV of W 6AofSLof8WAof' t xN1014

the bushels of SWVi oofNNNEcorn D S tiE,!. of 8CV, ._. ____ -,.__28 7 Sl 80 C. C. Blake.SI .-..___?____ 1445 and 1i1 14 A 0 S\.j\.
produced 88.000 -59 8-10 ft, 1434 ft. NW'4 of SE. and WVj of of SF4: of N\V'4 _______14 5 12 111 no."oJ.. Hannan.--_ a5,0. I #
grain there were 7.000e'ooaU thence Northerly 118 7-10 NE(4( of BEU 18 7 SO Blak of N __.94 II U 10 e. e. nun'...._ _
Last year ------------ C. C. ..__________ 1448 NE4" of NE14 % ____ 5,1' I ; r
80.000 ft, W 1252 ft to beginning NWVi of NUVt: of NEVi E W14 of N"\4\ of NW"15" I U SO :1. 8. Starlln.._______ 10.711 r '
that produced ; and EH of NWU of of Ry ___________._____29 7 SI S R. 8. Surrency..____ 704 E% of Nor of BE'4 ofNW #
I bushels 8E14 ??..__.!..._-_-_-_88 S 11 15 Laurie C. Clemon*.___ 4059 ,* -- -_--___11 5 II 111 Ellen I O..eel1.________ 8... 't$ 1'
is expected: Commencing on 8 line of SE"'sM SW'4 of BW 811 5 II 10 C. 1. Y. Dln..f.ldu_ Ill II '
I Tame hay production Beginning 150 ft 8 of NW NWVi\ of NEVi on W line All W44 of 5E14 of NWI .r t I
ito total 39,000 tons from 78,000 corner of BWU\ of NEU of Hy right-of-way and East of Kingsley. road26 5 II 4 Unknown ________ 1.10AI ''
was and r'y8 S69 8-10 ft, K14S4 run N on right-of-way \4 ot SI'J\4 of HWY5_____16 I U 10 Wm. Andr...,.______ '.01 I
!urea. La t year's acreage ft to right of way 70 yd. to a point nf beginning SW\I\ Of SE',' of 8t1f'.4 and
I per cent larger and the production thence Northerly alb 7-10 thence W 170 FJ ()f NW"of, '", ofSE '1 +
seven Florida Irish ft. W 1251 ft to beginning yd*. N 114 3-5 .de. B 224yd \ and S t SW\oio\
I 39000. The In : of NEVi__ 5 11 B Maud Walnwrlght ___- 7.88 to right-of-way of t0"" .__ ____.15 5 18 15 C. U. William.-- '
I potato acreage has been harvested. NEU of 8W14 and WH nine thence son right-of-way Nof NE'4 of'SW,"" of tIr t
NWVi of 8UU.___---.3 5 11 10 Willie H. Oreen_____ 1712 124 1-8 yd* to beginning.19 7 tl B Mr. L. a. Barry._____ 186 >Vof NWI4
reduced twenty-two
Plantings were Ny"( of 8EU __ 1* S 11 11 Eddie A. Qreen.______ 781 Lot 8 of Block 8 In SWJ4 of lot NE'a4not 4_________! 5 18 10 L. n. nu.tn....___ 8'81 I, }'
l r cent but yields were muchIblgher S.,. of 8E% off8wyl._. S 11 21 W. R. Woo le__.-____ 7.11 NE': In O..ahamU 7 31 E). Strickland ________ 848, a\iJ A tit NW corner of
NEVi of NEU Ins. 16 A on W of I'of
I NW4 O NE4 '
than In 1932. EighteenI Commence at NW cornerof W aide of Outlay Branch .SO 7 tl 24 Unknown ________ 1103 Toy U 5 II 4 T. J. Terry.-------, __ a.u ,F. o to
I thousand acres this year produced Block 4 of Hellbronn 8WU of NWH and BH of NW\4\ of NWj4\ of NW4__-26 II U 10 Mrs. Georgia Sapp___ 11.11 IS
Ian 121 bushels acre Springs and run N 180 NW'4 of NW44_ 56 "7 It eo Mr*. J. P. Dickinson.___ ..4' w4 of NE of 5W14 and y I '
average of per ft. E 440 ft, S 130 ft, W Lots 1. I 0" Frac1 NE .and aU NE4... of NEl; of SW'04 1' 't
lor a total of 2.178,000 bushels In 440 ft to beglnlnng at Lot a 0. FracJ NJoJ: of W..t o( Ry RW. 11.16 II II J8 :1. T. Mra_______ 11.81 1Commencing
right angle to and parallel NW44 and 8E'4 of N V44\ I at corns
I comparison with 22,000 acres In less-3 A In BW corn.r.85 7 at I't n non
with public road ex 180 Rank of Starke-------- 47.88 of HW'04 of eE4 and run ,
11932 which produced l. 41.000 1 lot In NW corner of NE'4 of %_______.____ 7 11 40 Emma Muehlenhard.__ 18.14 S"O. Ilne 411 It to a "' Y, p
of same 55 ft N and 8 by NW" of NW\o\ and A'oj, of EPt of beginning they'reN I

I bushels. 150 ft E and W-,,....______18 B 11 Maud Walnwrlght ?__ 11.71 NW"+ and N4 of FlW'481 7 U 100 Bank of Stark*...-..... 89 02 680 ft E 192 ft. 5 660 ilS
j The sweet potato acreage for Lots 1, 1 and WH of Lot. 844 of SE'i of NW% and ft. W 194 It to b. '_ ui + td
11. 11 of Block 4 Hell I N40! of NbJ',4 of 8vvli. ._.811 II 40 Unknown ____n____.._ 11,RO an NW4\ of $W4 ofSE4 t
harvest in 1933 has been reduced bronn Springs-..._--._-!$ 8 XI O. W. Walnwrlght.____ 7.14 W'At of NF4 of NWti_____ a I all 20 Carson M. Orlffl*.....__ 781 ____ ________11 5 sa 13 Unknown ___________ 1,12 + ,r .
I twelve per cent'from that harvest- EH of Lot. 7, 8. II of Block 8\.j\. of NW'04 of Nm ------10 5 10 W. L. arlffl__________J 7.84 All SII:1&: of BW'4 W af ny ,'. 'i
; E'! of Lot 9 and Lots
f and EH ot Lot 11. 18 ., 10. r
led Os. sW\4\ of NW4 or IIE": ? ,
This 22.000 acres
In 1932. year, of Block 4 and Lot 1. 1. n and W4 of Lot 11 In .U \t' .
lot sweet potatoes are forecast to 11. II of Block 7, and all Woodlawn_______ _...f0 5 la 10 Wm. Tlecker _____ 11.15 I'IW1,4 of' OIW'04-8! of SW4 A.ex and Jotl ofNE'4 ,
bushels Block 8 e-x Let' 8. 10 B44 of NE'4' of __.____ II 21 10 J. II. Moore._________ 16.17 ..f 8W\4\ of 8W'4- '1 : (' ;
produce 1.A50.0OO compar-- Hellbronn Spring; ___18 5 21 Maud Walnwn.ut __ ... I.ot .28. of In WoodlawnuuU, and NE& I aa '10 J. L. fltarlln&: '_____ 7.11 aa A and e. 1 lot 100 ft t' IN' ,

led; with a production of 1,500,000 NW ot'.nd-afINW.-l NE4: -q to C. B. Bennett__.._.It B ISB 88 J. I* Ilarrcll A Co.___.__ 31.17
I 1932,. NE4 of NWU____________ 1 1 11 U -W. n. Woodle11.81 1 All 8BU! of 8WU Ea.t ofRy '
in WH of NWU of and NW'4 : of 'tat.' road ___ ___ SS Mr..
BEVi ._ __11 11B Lucy F. Harrell.._ 11." di ;
The acreage of peanuts planted SH of of 8E4 T_ 1 I 11 80 rm. DeSue __________ '.11 No. 11 29___Woodlawn13 11 5 U 84 J1'. A. Sweezy________ 19.10 > ---- andWV4
8W of RW" __ Lots In I U 10 Oeo 11. Prentlce___ 10:18: 8E 4 of NRii of NHVi
I ten cent 1 6 11 U Mr. O. M. K.raey.. __ mi III In I
alone 148,000, shows a per E H of SWi/i of 8N'% and Lot Woodlawnh18 II al 10 n. F. P..nclarvl._____ 5.14 of NH14 of NKVi and } f

I reduction from last year, while vel- 8EV4 of SEyC_____ ____ 1 II 11 10 Unknown __________.. 1711 I.ota 61.61 In Woodlawn ___13 II II 10 Chas A. Rhode.-_____: 10:71: "I'f/4' of NE34t and and HK 4 of I lie',
All Nay!: road.____ SNWM e It 157 Unknown ____ 48,28 LOU \tI : and II: In Lot ot NI-U NEVi
90 Mr
Jvet beans and cowpeas, planted of 8WM fly Wood: of B\V.t..of NK'4 --_-----27WH 11B *. J. TO. Tarry___ -- 48 t7.1S 1
8 II It
JH of -' 40 R. V. Alvare.__: 118 lawn __________________18 6 aa 18 Cha. HcCartne" of NEVi. of NWU..27 11B 20 The S. D. Hub bard Co__ l ''I' $
I alone14,000 and 29,000 acres re- 8EV4______ 1UEI4 e It 10 C. L. Rod..re______ e.18 _______ lD.S9 < PEy(; ,
of SE4.___.________ 8 e It 11.81 NE% of "''E and Lol. 17. 8H of HIO"4 of HK 4 of ''r ,J '
Co.__ I
40 Empire Lumber
I show the same ____ ___14 5 III 80 and of XIOU, of (SEU; I
spectively- acreage 8 of NWVi- and NW4! of 18 In Woodlawn J. T. Moo..e_____ __ 11107 WH Jj .l I
I u planted in 1932. The condition I e\r 9 d 11 80 Empire Lumber CO.__ 13.44 NW14 of "' %__________ I 18 411 .1. T. Moore___.____?____ 18:10: and M\.j\., of AW% of HEV ,
N 4 AotE4SotNW44of Lot 16 In Woodl..wn___ ___1. 6 2a 10 J. 8. Starling------------ 11,18 Eand SE'i of 8K:% of SWU, 27 SSB 88 II. H. Pord__.____-.___ 21,5t A c l'
lot the peanut crop Is reported at NE _________ N"% of Lot 4 In WoodlnwnU 6 II II J. L. Starllnlr__ of SI-'* of SEVi .x B v
% II __
?.10 11 4 C. L. Rod...._________ 1,89 ______ 7.aO b
14 J
_____17 13S L.
I seventy-six' per cent of normal- .1 NBVi of NE ,---:---___?_10JO e 21 40 Herman Thomas 11.81 Lots 1, 2. 17. 63. 41. 41 In 420 ft-ll'/fc A.- ,_ irarrell & Co..__... 1.U f
W H of 8W> of NEW WoodlHwn 15 6 III 80 Adlt Foam St.wart Sof\. RE1 and
4 N __
lime point lower than at this time. 5 A and. BH. of at 14 ex of Lots 81.36 In ''Voodl.wnU 6 21 211 "nknown _= 1171 8'01 HEU of NW'4 of 8EU-_.18Cornmenctnir 13 SO ao. P.B .ooong------_- 18,11 ? II +

I fat year. NWW ex N If A_______. II 11 30 Wm. Thoma8 _______ DOS Lots Ui IIf \Vuotllawn11 6 II III V. R, Prevatt.- -_...- 10'71 at NB corner ,II I ,'
NEVi of NEU"L_--._---_---11SWVi e 11 40 Unknown __ _______ 11.11 Lot 11 WoodIRwn1I. 5 U 10 A. U.] Lewl.___=__:_: 4:11: I of 1'1..0' 28 and run W 1620 9 II I
ft
j H 1620 ,
of NEVi and of Lot II and N4 or Lot 11 In ft, H 1020 ft. ( ,

BWVi and NWVi\ of BEVi.4I2 6 11 180 E. L. Crawford______ 1501 Woodlawn _____________11 a 2a 111 K. Pringl.r ..U !! N' 1020 ft ,to "f beginning28 NWU. of S3 40 A. D. War._____-- 1930 I
SEH of NWV4 and of S4 of Lot 18 In Wood- IWH" of 8H( ,
NEV lawn ___ 1. 6 n 5 Sinclair I NW1NWi and NWU of ,HWU", \ ,,74
GRAHAM of SWVi ---_-___ 11 II 11 80 S. S. Dowling--- 1303 10. 8----------- M'o.l.y___ 112 NUJVJ '
NWU and NH of 1
8E> of NWU and NW44of Lot. 19. 29. of
NE'iuot 4 Swu and NWUot lawn u____,__ ,--------. _1' 6 al 40 O. C. Darne.__ ______ la.80 of SWU" of NWVi_______18 S S3 SO Qertl Brown for_-- 10,46', I
Bllea Je-..*.. Ce.. SWM .nd Nof Lots 8. 7. 8. 11. az In Wood- Lot 11. IS, 14 15 19, 20. I
Mis of 8W, -- 5W418 II It 110 Walter Underhlll____ 11,63\ lawnand .. __:.__-__18 S .1 50 Mr. Daley Pringle20.15 21. SO. 8In Woodlawn ._89 S S3 90 John Drowning.___-- ss.tr Y ,
WH of NWvi _.Ir"IIIl3 L -% of Lot 18 111'Voodlawn Lota 29, 81, 88, 84. 85. 3d. 1
8 It _______ 88,81
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Jlmmey Reynolds of Jackson. NEVi EH of of NE SE'4_%__- and________of__14 6 11 10 10 Unknown unknown ___________ 10313 Et4 of Lot 12____In___Wood-_____.17 6 II 15 Unknown ___________ 7,11 In 87.Woodlawn 41, 42. U, 44._, _48_.,_6Af_-...ao B S3 140 Herman A. dudgr_-- 81.TI t 1 !

I tllle spent the week-end with his ;of BEU of ISEVi. NH_.__.14 II U 80 Walter UnderhIlL____ 173 lawn ___ _______________11 6 aa 5 tTnknwn _______.__ 8.111 Lots 10. 11. II, 21, and 12.. all 2S. ; '

[ Etta Reynolds. 8EU of E'. _. _... 8 U Lumber Co.---- 9,91 Lot 41 In Woo"'wn18 6 21 10 Unknown 1:16: and EH of Lot 84
mother, Mrs. -- --- 40 Empire 26 Woodlawn.80 B 33 IS Unknown 1
the Browne NWVi of SEU__-__________11 I 11 40 J W. Drlaller._______ 11.81 Lot II In Wood".wn18 6 la 10 W. IL Mellor.----- a.88 Lot 27 In .._____---- 11174 {
attended III Lot. 22 37 18n/ Wood- a
L. C Smith NH of NWr'4..x of lots 8 \\1 In Woollawn.18 6 II Unknown 1075 ,
Thomas wedding at New River NEV4 of NWVi' \ ______%_____11 a 11 50 E. L. BIIr.________ 8.74 Lot. 1i 18 In Woodlawn__.le 6 82 10 W. O. Blaney.--_....._ 7,88: lawn of Lot"l7--- ;TVlT'Lot-*91 S S3 SO Levy Sweat._________ seal
Lots 4f In Wpod WH an<
W 17. 88. 43. ,
I Sunday, r.E4fote1y! :' and__-__WVi___-S3 of 6 11 80 H. R. & J. L. Und.rhlll__ 8316 lawn .__________ _18 6 la 40/ unknown __________ 15.88 it, II, 111 In Woodlawn ._11 B ,S3 SS Unknown ______---- 11.'1 H
Wood-
Mr! and Mrs. Felton Graves were NEVI Block of NWVi.________Lake____24 I 11 40 Empire Lumber Co.-__ 11.81 Lot NW"C1f Z1, In$'Woodlawn.LIs E34 of NW14and 6 12 10 Charlie Oaaklna ______ 4,17 Lots lawn 56, _56.,- 67. ..68__ In .__81 5 S3 40 Mr.. Maud Walnwrl..bt- 1111

| visitors to Jacksonville Friday. Shorea flna SEC..4o"s. 14 SE,, of 8W'. or NW21 I II 10 080. I. Tavenner 11,011 Lot 10 and WH of dot 11 ,

Mr! and Mrs. L. J. Wynn ol and NE% of Sec 25 all In_ II It M.... Lena V. lI1bbard__ 8 91 E'.j of IIW'1 of SE4 and nnd NH of Lot 13 In q 1
__ .81EH 6 SS SO) L. n. '
Mr. and B 10 A of Lot 1__________28 I U 10 Unknown __________ 881 IIE1,4: of flE'04______ -____. 6 U 10 A. B. Ware__?____ II." Woodlawn of Lnt 11 In Wnodlawn.Sl 12 Mr. Villa marllnr.5 .- ----- a.8 .
[ Hampton were visiting W4of f .5 Btanin
N% of SEH and NEVi ofSWy. 'f1wo rvrwO; la hTB --- hit I
I Mm. W T. McEver Sunday.We ___ 109 11 110 Unknown __________ a5.'8 N E34 and Et'' Lot Lot 5.81 IS SI In In Woodl.n.8B Woodlawn..SS 5 11,10 {iucV.w'.In.wl< : -.- 6.74
S of- 8W4 and SW ofSE ,,of I E':' and of NE --
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are sorry to report that % __-?_________1. 1 11 no Mra. D. B. Warren___ n.nB..lnnlnlr of NNW j..nA Et'. of.IiJEf Lot W'of 88. 64 tlW14 In Wo"dl.wnhU of NWU and 11 20 Ernest Wllmot6 ------- 1.71!. j'' I #I II
I v4 and -1IlE% 0NE4 *
Rhue McKlnney Is 111 at this writing at BR!] corner. of of SW4 _____.___21 6 .Ia 15 3. n. Sapp__________ 15.8. NWU of NWU of BWU--11 S3 80 B. Crew...,_----- 11.O.
and ta in St. Vincent's Hospital NWVi of NWVI of SW14 E44 of NE4 of NW4! lies 1 All BHof NE'4 W of road
J
la Jacksonville. Beo. 4.-and run N 88 de. 1 for .. .. "_____.__. II a2 1. C. I. & :at. Dlnafald.r___ 10.15 and P'y of NF.4 of NW\4 j 'i
.re..rTV 725 ft to Sea SW'4 of \' ...__________ I II 40 W. O. Hrown_______ 16.66 of NB'A\ and K''*, of 8H of @'
line, thence N 170 ft to NJoJ\4 ot NW'04 of 8W'04U 6 U 10 Mab.1 Walnwrlllht__ 10:78: NWU of NI3(4( _-_____.-__14WH B SS 1t':1.: H. Moor...- 8S81 yl t q'I l
NW corner of NWVi ofBWU. I"E',4' of RE%______________ft I aa 40 Mr. J. Ie. Tarry___ lI.ao of NKU of NWU of ---- I, ; ,
thence E 460 ft, W4, of of NE4y and E\io NW*' of 1 i ,
\WHY NOT HAVE THE 8 8t 0 ft. to beg ex 1 A on ,. 1dE4 of 8W'1 PE,4! of BW44-2S I U ao T. 3. T.rr"_____ 10,11 NWU of NI!:u' t/ 6 11 10 NrL O..orlrl". 8app "
N aide to Mr. Sallle Mal- W' of W4, of NE4 ()f8W "E ye o? BWU rflwu.is5SBV7 8 .1 10 M. n. Warn.. y- III ;
phur and ex % A In NE) % ___ ___t8 5 II 10 Bill C. Walnwrlaht__ 1.81 of NEU\ of SWU._____88 6 11S .10 B. B. 8t..ona ---- i. tj
BEST?
corner-8 A _______- 4 T 11 Mary C. Plllard...?__ 6.98 Lot I of Block 1 Toan ofLawtey All Ni of NW% of NWJ4 ---- 8.38 1
Block 40 I In Sampson City 1 1I West of R---.II I aa Xu. Enoch OrltrI8____ 11.01 W of Ry sx: 1H A for colored
All new, modern equipment I and 1 A E of Block. 40 In E44 of Lot. 1. a of B loek 4 cemetery --___ __ -18 S3B 38 J. I_ Ilarrell A Co.___
I BH of NW of SWU____ 4 7 11 S Mary C. Plllard______ '.19 Town of Lawtey West ofn Lot 1 In Peetsvlll embracing ; ;; 11.11 '
We are prepared to sorve. Lot 1. 8 of Block 10 In ,, __ ___________ 11 5 U Mu. Enoch 0..1"11____ II." NH of NK14 and NEU 1
Our Samrinon City----__.___. 4 7 II 11 Unknown ____----- UI E 10 ft of Lot 4 of Block o of NWU _IIPeitiillle$0 S3 17 Mr*. Lucy I'. H.rrall__. +
service la finer our 30,ST v
Sub Dlv A of Lot I of Town ef Lawtev West ofBy Lot II. <7 0 'a

prlre la lower. Block II Bampson City I __ 4 7'' 11 R. A. Thoma____ 1,62W4Aof84of8W4of ____________________11 5 U Lawta" State Bank_____ eau embracing. N'4 of NEVI ,rand 4
______88 lUll 3
1 Lot commencing 50 ft W NBU, of N1WU Thou. Strong
II 7 11 4 Mallnda Frldceon ___ 11.11 of NE corner of Lot of N 400 ft orLot 11 In Peetsvllle --M- t/1 + '
BOREE & GIDDENS E'1\o'1\ SEJ-------- ---___ 8 7 11 80 Berryann Dyal---- 14.14 Block and run H 100 embracing NH of
Ft-VEIlAI DIRECTORS : W 53 :.. N 100 ft. B tltt | of NBU and NBVi ef
R E"f_ __:_._. _?_?_:! a 7 11 80 Walter Robertson __ U.U to be",Inning' Town. of -------$5 B 11 Ella Cain __ I4 !
Pkoae B.ono4 .........-. Berrlee of BWU ___. 11.11 Lot 19 Tn"FeeUvllla em- --- a./1
BWVi ---- -- 8 7 11 40 L. L. Leach_______ Lawte Weat of HyU 5 aa o. w. nobert______ .e.17
.I KSOVVILLB! FLA. 7AonSside of SEVi Commencing lure W of bracing N\(' of NE% and f', ##
NEVI _-_--_-_--_----___1O 7 11 7 T. I* Craig__ 8.15 the Nm corner of Lot 4 NE4 of IOW'4, -.26 6 11 8 Peter Tladal Ire
.lira-. Fl., Bra.... hear Dept NH of NWU eB 10 A.8KVi _11 7 11 70 J. L. Wynn. _________ 81,10 of Block 4 and run II 100 NE4 of NEU!] nMWSfi. __16 8 11B 10 Enoch Strong -- 111'818. ? s sNWw
of NEliNEK 7 It 40 Jos. W. Prevatt____ 1 ft, W 11ft, N 100 ft. E Wlltof NH\. *>* NWV* of ---- ; I
of NWV.of NEST X16 7 11 10 Unknown 2.81 118 ft to be. Inning. Town .116 S3 IS G J" M. DlnrfIer ''
;::. .. NU of 8EU of NE =-:::18 T 11 9A Unknown _=_=_nun==== 1.16 of Lawtey. Vest of nu. I II Unknown ________ 17.11 All 8EU! ofewes"w"oi _.. 1.31 I 4
-------- 8' of 8WU of NEVi and Lot. 5. I- of Block- 4 ex W highway. _. --:.- =_...-- t 8 S3 16 VT.\ C.CI.mon&_ ______
WVi of 8BVi_-__--18of 7 11 100 Unknown ._. 31.11 75it Town of Lawtey NH ,or NW/I oiBH SW4.5" 5 ** XV ueo, C. Whit* :::;:::;:::: .1'i en3;
8v4 NW14 of NE% and West of Ry________..4--13 6 SI O. W. Robert____ ..... of NWU of NBU-___ 1 8NBU O. T. N.I.on_'____ 10:07: i5 S
JIl 4 of 8W Of NEU 7 11 40 Walter Robertson. ___ 11.61 WH of Lot 1, 1 and B 125 of NWU -J- I 8BH II \\ P. 8. Calkins.-________ 11,1' ; i 1 t
ATLASThe NE'4 of NFl __ "' 11 7 11 40 Berryann Dyal.__.__ 11.11 ft of Lot 8 of Block 4 of E% of SWVi of NESZ4" 88EU Bradford County Bank... .'
NE% of SW and NW34of Town of Lawtey Wl of of NWU and WH of '.01 / ?

0J! *' .*,_.-._,, _11 7 11 10 I. L O..clenn. 33.44 By. .1 B 11 T. T. Blackburn___ 11.71 W V% of NBU________ 4 ,8 It 80 A. J. Bryan. __ _, r '
11'0
NH of SBH/!: of E 1ad 1 W SO froTEotTiISrork'4 NWU of BWH____-.. 4 8NBU 11 40 O. U Brown_- ,
A In NE corner of BWU Town of Lawtey West of of NBU_________._ I 8NKU 40 Ernest Wllmot.__ 11,1' ', I
Standard Oil of 8E14' ________17 7 It SI J. T. A M. I. Ogden...__ 1.76 Ry ____________________23 C 11 A, M. Blanchard___ 10.15 of BRV Of BBU____ 8 8SEU H 10 FJrn..t A. Wl1mott--_ 11,5t 4.51
WH of NEW________-__17 7 31 to J. I. M. L O.-en-_... 81.14 WH of Lot 8 and all Lot 1 of BEU of HHU___ 8 8WH 11 10 U. K.....,._______ I
Tire Guaranteed NEV4 and NEU' ot SWH of Block 7 Town of Law- of BBU_-___ B 8BWV. It 30 OeneyaS3 L. Pool.- 4.53 SIiI
and NH of SEW>: and 8 A tey Went of Ky.-----21 5 S3 Unknown ______ ao... ()IIE'lcof 1 A In t.a' I t5 S
In NB corner of BWU of BH of Block 8 Town of NW o n.tv".o roadand 4
One rear SEU and SEU of SEVi *x a lAwt. West of Ry__II S S3 W. C. Jessie Wootn. 10.87 NWU of 8KV4 and I
1 A In BW corner.1 9 T 11 S28 Unknown ___ 88,41 All Block 9 Town of Law. NH of HWU' \ of BBU less I'tt

Wi4 of BW'4u ....____10NWU 7, SI 8O Unknown -______ 11,K tey. W of Ry.____________S3 5 IS Mr. Enoch Orlffl____ 10.17 right of way _-. 8 BNH 8) Whit Alderman. t 1s '
of 8El4_.__________10 7 31 40 Errln Dial ___ 11.11 All Block 18 ow. of NWU and SW4-of 33.88

'eNNNNNNFr All Block! A ex Lot IS and t.,. Vest of Ry__.._,.-_-It 5 S3 Ada Moor. _..__._.___, 41.IDS NWU _____ ..?__ ___,.-- 8 8 S3 ISO Dr. n. P. Taylor.__ 81.37 ,
all Block B. C, D, B. F, N 70 ft of Lots of BWU! t'I
O. H. RJS.K.' L. M. N. O.P. i Block 20 Town f.l.Lawtey EgE14and! If A ljirNWIT cot.. ; S i {
Q. U. V. W West of _. .....21BH S3 B. .7: 8 S3 10
A'J.SAC: : Ry-- -- Rob.rtl_____ (11 of NKU" of 5104I N. E. Matthew.._ 3.34 f
AA. : ilampton of Block 11 and all -U"of NWU .1.0 1 A In ,
gida ire' Shore being a aub-dl-l- Lake Av between Block. NW corner of BWU of ., y'4
alon of Lot 1, 4 and 8 10 and 11 Town of Law- NEU W of road and N of rr ,

and all Lot I N of highway toy Went of Ry-----_."_S3NH i II-E.:1.: Roberts.---__ 70.00 ditch and NWU! of NBU8 1 31 81 M. Rhoden __. '
and W\.4f Lot 7.__11 7 21 Alfred DeVoto- .. '. ".n of Block 11 Town of NE4 of NE4.-._ T 5 40 Adam Orion _--_ I''r
1M three Block AD ex Lots 4. 7. f, Lawtey West of Ry___tl 1 S3 A. M. Blanchard __ 31.14 flt4!: ef NJIJ'4___ __ 7 S Jl 40 C. J Qulnna____ 11.
near 1I1UJrI I 14. 15, 18 and Block AB Lot. 1. 4. 8, 8 or NH of W'f! of NW'04 CIt NW4 i'8 1 11 10 Adam Green ___ '.11"
I ex Lot t. 10. HamptonShore Block 14 Town of Law NWVi of NE'4 and NEU I
of Lot 1, 4 and and Dlag Lot 7 Town of Law-. road .n.N d*-..._..- 8 S3 79 W. C. Clemon. II." '.
all Lot 5 N of highwayand tsy West of Ry---___._It I T. :J. Terry.-.. IB 88 NEI4 of NEVi' and FH:: ofI1I1 -" t 6'
WH of Lot 7_____18 7 21 Alfred DeVoto- 847 On. lot 11ft N and fl by :U cot W'" and WH of I ,
Lots ., 10 of Block AE 100 ft B and W, South of BW U NWVi._,_10of I It 89 B.tll Oldham .__ U. :
Hampton Shore being asubdivision Hotel Lot ex a lot 11 ft W4 BWVi\ orN15Vi..ll 1 11 10- A. O. B........, .. .... (
I of Lot i 4 Nand H by 40 ft B and F,4 of NFU: of NK4"--: U 6 tl 10 Kate Andrew .-_ u 4.19 e q ;+
and S and all Lot 5 N of W In BE! corner of came. W 44 of EH of NEVi of A v .l
For sale bySmith's highway and WH ofBlock Town of Lawtey. Weal of NE _-__-'II 1 II ''10 Tola. Mae Andrew_. k
__ ___18 7 81 Mabel 1'. Ollklnson_ 1.11 ___ __ W44 et Nhly-- U. a r
Lot 7 -- ---- By 21 I S3 :J. 1* Harr.ll, Co.__ 1188 11 S II 10 Mr.. Pearl Andrew*_ 7.14 '' t
AF. A0. Alf Ai. I Lot Oft talnBt ..0'II\' Ely of NEt4
and Block AJ ex Lots I.I and B by 10O ft and Wbounded i Wi1w 1'of JJ 6 It 10 W. H. Andrew 4 44 ,.
I 6. 7, *, 11. 11. 18. Hampton N lJ R. R. F.: 11 BR* of NWt-- $ II 11 Hugh Andr.w0.y '1
4.81
Shores, being 1 a subdivision Tbed and B by Lake E'4 of ItLof:\ 1i 1l:% S II 10 Unknown .___. 187It '
Service of Lot 1. 4 and 8 Ave Town of Lawtey 54! of ________ U 40 Ruby A. Hay- .**.-...._ t
'and all Lot 8 N of highway Wet of Ry______.__11 I S3 Mrs. Enoch Orffi! .___ 111.71 Au, : NE4 : 5W_ .......ciU 1 11'0 L. B. Bobsln.. ,.. ,,_ 7.11 10 I' 4 {
and WH of Lot 7___21 7 SI Alfred. D-oto. ,... Lot 4, S sad all Lot 8 ex B4_ $E14 NW4x -

Lot 11. 12. U. of Block AJ B 11 ft Tlt-nif Lawtey '* wV N of% 01 S WU 1 11.0 Rrnt Geaaner. ..._ 19.11 '
Hampton Io.x."f.:: a Ease Sec IS 814' of -8m\-----U s U 10 R. A. Thoma 10.41
Station -. 4 14 tt--._. :" a II Howell Turpentine Co._ 80.77 079 v SWt4 of Dr.! '%and
and a and all Lot (IN of EJ 54 ft of Lot ;aS-1i li BWU of 0BU ..f 8E4--_.11 8 ttFH 19 'J'. M William 1414 i }
hlg..way and W14 of ft of Let 6)) Town of Law.tey ':! "->BU, of BBU: __-____.18 t 13 10 B. Wataonlg .
__ '.11 ;
Starke Fla. Lot 7 ________.13 7 SI Clara L. Newer Boyd. 3.89 East of Ry in Bee W IS A ft BBU. ,

Block AKT AL. AM.. AN. Lea, 14.1S_.....- "'18 f tfDoer Trowbrldg 1.31 and NE% of R and, all j t 1 ,, ,}
AQ. A* AT Lwt ;
AR 8 Town ;
AO. AP. --- of NWU of BBU" W of road
-- AtT, AV. AW. AX BA East .- By ... ".c. ,jM; -8 A ...,?..18 8 SS IS Adkln. Bigg At Inman. 88 It i
,.. BB. BC BD BE. BF. as __ .AterYl 24. II M OO. ff Tonny__ SL84 I
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PAGE FOL"R-- -- -- ---- -- ------- ----- --- Callle t.ub..r, A. D. 1983, during the leclhour .f atarke. Also LO.. ;;-
------ -- Mrs
ant, and J. R. McKinley before the South door Seven Milt (q
of ale (7) of Block )
EXPECTED *
,, ii' 4 Middleton, LOAN BLANKS Mr Lulu Morn" O. \V. E" W.
i president, Mrs. W. E. V. LJddon. L. C. of the Court Nouee In Btarke, Bradford Llvlncaton-Truby r "I { )

: ll .f on Friday.A Continued from Page 1) Howland r*Mr: Kate. Evelyn Howland.Bailey, Mlntle, P.,B. highest County and bent Florida. bidder, for nail cash to the the addition sale to to l bp City mad.tT, 'mDttbSaid !d4r .
( of flowers ( Leona Jones .
summer
Sarah ,
variety Bailey following described r.d. tat* .atiarv earn de, ,. ,
by itjf tot
sent of the holder of the mortgageto Aaron Jones minor joined x rb
la the In Starke/Bradford
attractively arranged lying and being D
,f were and ne.t'l'hmo.1. '
I father K
t otletvi bonds of the corpora- Aaron Jonpe their Florida to-wlt: : I'a't,
and living room where accept the defendant, the underHlfrneii County Cnfe" \1"""
sun parlor
"iJ : are Lot One (1), Thirteen (11) and A. 8. I abet!
''I" seated. After a tion must be secured. who waft appoltned Special }
the guests were the ald deiree, Fourteen ((14), of Block eleven (11) Solicitor for Y' I I
.,1 delectable four course luncheon, "A form of mortgagee's consent will on Monday the 4th day of Sep- In Temple' Addition to City (Town)
, \ discussed for the work will be furnished applicants for "I
plans were
or "iii'V"'
LE
and
loans from the corporation
of the coming club year. .
Entertains District Masons W. M.\ S. CirclesTo The executive board is composed should be submitted with completed

:Meet Monday\ of the following club members: [ application. The consent ot the S .. w' '
r' D E
i Monday: evening at the Masonic: Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president;: mortgagee to accept bonds of the ; SAFETY
fU Hall the Starke, Lawtey, Hampton The circles of the Woman's Misslonary Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, vice president corporation should Be valid for a in
the
and Waldo Lodges of F. & A. M., Society of the Methodist ; Mrs. G. H. Lowry, treasurer: minimum period of sixty days. tread
entertained the Tenth District of Church will meet Monday after Mrs. W. B. Parks, secretary; Miss "The corporation will furnish ti w! O Tia safest tread is the one that
I i ,1 Florida with a get-together meet- noon at four o'clock. Circle No. J 1 Pearl Jordan, chairman of education each applicant upon request a form c=:n stop your car the quickest
;j1 will be entertained by Mrs. W. H. ; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, school; of application for loan. This appli- Goodyears stop quicker than an'
4';, ( Ing.The Starke degree team- put on Struth and daughter, Miss Kate Mrs. H. B. McLendon, music; Mrs cation (typewritten if possible) firs other tire. 10% quicker than
the initiatory work and entered' apprentice Struth. Circle No. 2 will be: enter- O. 1.. Beasley beautification; Mrs must be fully completed and signed eacoii'l I! best. Up to 77% the
ft degree on S. A. Webb of tained by :Mrs. L. D. Vining. C. A. Knight health; Mrs. N. D by the applicant and returned to than others. Quicker
on
;; Gainesville. Much pralsewaa given Wainwright legislation; Mrs C. A the Jacksonville office of the corporation mtmU(; prove h.Tests Why wet pave.
this degree team by the' Masonic Woodmen Circle Gives Tea Futch, finance; Mrs. A. Wood,, room 821, Graham build safest tire? not buy the
l1, i notables present, for the manner In American home; Mrs. O. L,Haynes,
i which they conducted this work One of the most interesting membership; Mrs C. I<. Hoover,, ing."Whoever by a false statement 4
and stated that the Starke team events of last week was the vanIshing house: Mrs. L. A. Davis, press;; In the application or otherwise, SIS ORE SAFETYin
1, was equal to any city team. tea given Wednesday after- Mrs Edward Burns, program. wilfully Induces the corporation to ,
/ ( A Maaonlc address was given by noon at the Woman'sClub from -- -. make loan subjects himself tr -' : in the plies

r Congressman R. A. Green and other three to five o'clock by the Starke LOU KY'S VACATION criminal prosecution."The s .: O "Ccstlyears: give
Woodmen Circle. you safety in
9' Prof.
notables speaking were: Grove ol person seeking a loan from ,
Rev. H. Lowry pastor
George .
received in the ., cvry; ply-because
Bucholz and District DeputyN. The guests were contracts the every ply is
) L. W. the Presbyterian Church,with Mrs. the corporation by
A Shatter of Gainesville and library and were welcomed by Lowry and little daughter Margaret application to pay all costs of the ;;, u.r. I with patented Supertwist
I
and
Wallace R. Cheeves past grandmaster Misses Marjorie Stump and Mildred left this week for Maryvllle loan, such as abstracts, survey, attorney PES' every ply runs from
charming :,.ad to bead. Ask
their
of Florida.At Hundley, in and other points In Tennessee,, appralaer and recorder to see a Super-
the close of a most enjoyable manner, and were ushered In the where they will enjoy a vacation of fees." you may never i..ist demonstration and see for
'i evening refreshments of Ice cream auditorium of the club which Wall ;-G urself why it means more safety
r four weeks to' be spent in the see again I
and cake were served by the following very beautiful with quantities ol mountains. Rev. Lowry will be 20 Slates For Repeal in every ply.MORE.
4' '' members of the Starke palms, bamboo, ferns and other EnrythlnQ' going up Inprlce.llerearetheaurae
to fill the at his
buck In time pulpit
Mrs. P. M. and bright spring flowers None Against So Far :-
Star greenery
Eastern :
Chapter
3 i Barefoot, Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mra.O. artistically arranged in the form ota church the last Sunday. In August. tlv ely low pricess ar which II!! MILEAGE I

A. Anderson and Mrs." O. M. tropical garden where, and several formed ta-a POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTTo Twenty for and none against is I youcanstill today.buyGoodyearTlree 9 Bus fleets know mileage And

y Sistrunk. perfect setting the Citizens of the City the record thus far by states votIng bus fleets using Goodyear Tires
( Y of spent an en- report
bles bridge players -
Lodges represented were Gainesville on the repeal of the Eighteenth GOODYEAR -
} afternoon.In of Starke Florida. 97% more mileage than they
Waldo, Hampton, Mlcanopy joyable '
r I candidate for the office Amendment. Of the remaining PATHFINDER AlL.WEATHER five
other guests am a years ago. Goodyears for
the parlor
Hawthorne, Island Grove, New- sun your
twenty-eight, sixteen more must
for of City Clerk Treasurer and Tax car have the same improve-
berry, Alachua, Brooker, and Law- enjoyed sewing making yo-yos
vote wet in order to kill prohibi
Collector for the of Starke that
City 4.40-21 ments made this
the bedspread the circle ts now I 4,010-21 extra mile
,,; tey. tion. If thirteen states vote dry
Florida, to the voters of
I making. Tallies for the bridge and subject age possible.
they can defeat repeal. Here la $5.00 $6.40
were passed to the said City at the election to be held ,
+ Boyd-McMillan guests sewing by scores little Misses Elise Green Tuesday, September 12, 1933.I I how they have voted to data in the <
order of their elections .30-20 4..50-21.
:
.' i J. G. Boyd and Mrs. Reba McMillan Betty Hayes, Granita Hutto and have served the City In the "
: were united in marriage Louise Dyal of Waldo who were past and promise if elected to ren- Michigan, Wisconsin, Rhode Is $5.40 $7.10 PATHFINDER [ALL-WEATHER
land, Wyoming New Jersey, New
Sunday, July 23, 933, at Lake But- dressed as fairies In delicate shades der efficient service during my
Jar with County Judge! J., E. J. of ruffled organdie dresses term of office, and will appreciateyour York, Delaware Nevada, Illinois 4.50-21 4.701-19
Indiana Massachusetts Connecticut
Wainwright performing the cere- Mlus. Dolly Lambe, holder of the support.
New Iowa, California
Hampshire, $7.60
Respectfully, $5.60
Albert
mony. high bridge score, and Mrs. r
Immediately after the,,I ceremonythe Keen, holder of high for sewing, C. A. FUTCH. West Virginia, Alabama,
Arkansas, Tennessee, Oregon.
couple left for Minis to.reside were each presented with noveltypin ----o-- 4.73-19 15.00-19 iQll
where Mr. Boyd is employed. trays, while both low prizes, CARL JOHNS ANNOUNCES Other states voting this year $6.05 $8.15 \
Their Starke friends we offering novelty whisk broom holders, were FOR ItE-ELECTION AS CLERK are:
August 26, Texas August 20,
'', congratutatlone.I won by Miss Amy :Moore and Mrs. ; 3.00-19 15.23-18
I Washington; September S, Ver-
.,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, Beulah Hunt. hereby announce myself candidate
Bela" """" I''''II"""""""""'mi'''''iHMiiijtni''' '' iiiimi mnmimmiiminiiFEFLE mont; September 11, Maine; Sep-
I : J During the afternoon Miss Marjorie re-election to the office of $6.55 $9.15
tember 12,' Minnesota
Stump favored the audience city clerk, treasurer tax collector, Maryland ;
with two readings and Clara subject to the action of the voters September 19, Idaho, New Mexico; 15.00-20 .150-19
Flume rendered a piano solo. In the city election to be held Sep October 3, Arizona; October 10
Beauty Shoppe At the close of a most enjoyable tember 12, 1933. Florida; November 7, Ohio Penn- I_ $6.75 $10.45
afternoon refreshments of wafers Have only held office for one sylvania, North Carolina, South
Thin Ad and Work Amounting! and Iced tea were served by the year term and have strived to Carolina.
to 50c riitltlott, you to committee. please the citizens In every respect. \IIT.U'I S\I.B

FREE ARCH Your vote and support' September Notice In. hereby. given that under
12th will be sincerely appreci and by virtue of a final decree of Register Motor CompanySTARKE
Mra.\ Middleton Entertains foreclosure made
!Manicures _-_________40o 9'el ated. the Honorable A. 55 and Adklna rendered Judge by of
Executive: Board Members\
I \\ 8t ,.._-------,.,-230 It re-elected I will continue to be the Twenty-sixth Judicial Circuit ot
Florida/ In 'and. for Bradford County,
The executive board of the on the Job and give service as in
Inquire About Our Aw Three! In. Chancery, dated the lit day of FLORIDA
Month Ptlrm' Woman's Club was graciously en- the past. February, A. t,>. 1031. In that certain .
cause. wherein the City ot Starke, I
""'; ;. ,, ,,,, ,,, tertained at luncheon by the club CARL JOHNS municipal uorooratlon. la a I>.. ___ --
<< complain-
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i THE J/& R STORE and in the NRA. We have signed the Blanket ED STANLEY .

GREEN'S GROCERY DeWITT C. JONES CO.

L 5L_ ;..a r 'CLOVER FARM STORE Code as requested by the President and;' ",. A. M. DARBY

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CARL'S CASH CORNER of business Th urs d a ye- J. 'W. WHITE & SON

RACHEL'S STORE HART FURNITURE CO.

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STARKE HDW. & FUR. CO. F. C.' HOLLINGSWORTH

F jJOHN HEGE YOUNG'S STORE

{ PRIEST'S lOc STORE DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Hon. John W. Williams of Tallahassee. BIRTHS CARD OF THANKS i law Your Health '
Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Sistrunk and : Mrs. Kdythe Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Kali. We wish to express our thanks
family spent the weekend at their 'and Buabee Granger of Wauchula Waldo, girl July 20. and gratitude to our many friendsfor JJ.Y.Purification Ii-
Bits of cottage at Kingsley Jake :were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Mr. and ,Mrs. Floyd( Crosby the kindnesses and expression* t. c
and Mrs. F. R. Royster at the Starke, girl July 20. of sympathy shown ua during the -" Ylllellll1 will t"ll\ :yon'uritUatinik tll&1 i
Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshalland State Farm Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Sapp, sickness and death of our brother, ''"ri'Y:; '' 01 i :4"" S
----- Starke, girl July 24. Grover C. Sweat. Especially do we tetra is Nat-ire's) PoundUuu! of
Edwin Silvernall of Jackson-
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Perf'et l' llJth. Whv not rid
Mrs. L. N. >t Social Cir and Mrs. Jack Crawford, the boautlfvl floral of-
Sigman
I IDeal ?4evi ville spent Sunday here with Mr. t Mr. appreciate your olf of ilimnl ai'w'ntt; ; t'hat
and Mrs R. M. Sparkman cle, Ga., and Mrs. L. d. Knight of Starke. girl, July 22. ferings and the faithful service of ate undermining! your vltalit" f
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: Jacksonville were guests Tuesday i ii Mr. and Mrs R. R. Grlffls, Dr. Middleton. iUiify ),.ur eninoiu : .F'> :.- bj' '"iki (g
Concerning; Our People, Butinei and Mrs. Kenny Townsend and chil- i. of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Mrs. Starke boy, July 29. MISS LOCA SWEAT '-: a l'ii'>'o.Rh! cour1.' ,' "r "i'\>tnl bu.: w t tt
Sigman Is Mrs. Halle's sister and Mr. and Mrs Enoch Kelly, MISS SARA E. SWEATT. cc or ttvi,'a n 1V" \ ,<'veru. 1
dren of Lake Butler and Miss Ida
Pro greaa of the County and Town. Stewart of Bradenton were visiting Mrs. Knight Is her niece. boy, July 29. R. SWEAT. \vcek<-pnj ace how ?'at t:ire re- ,,I, '
Mr. and Mrs. Allen M. Nolan, -- i eCEMETERY --:- 'lI'arl.Pi'll: with health. G{"
friends In Starke Monday F. M. Norman of the Vanderbilt Lawtey, girl July 31. : : WORKING <' lntm purify the blond[ by activating ,
section was a caller at the Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, Law- work- / the liver kidneys, at".onch lt
Troy There will be a cemetery + i
and boneU.\ In 10 etA. aDd S3 ct .
Alderman and Miss ;
tH L ,Johns of Lake Butler was a Little Miss Lucy Ann' Dew of Miss Mona office Saturday renewing his tey, boy, August 1. Ing at Evergreen Friday, August fackago. AH dealers. (Adv.)
Tuesday.J Jacksonville spent the week-end in Mary Brownlee spent Tuesday and subscription to the paper. He has --.-e--' 11. All members of the church are
r,8ltor, here Starke with Rivers Hundley. Wednesday in Tallahassee visiting been a regular subscriber to the PAY 1>.\\' MH C. C. C. urged to be present and bring
of Lawtey was a .. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White. Telegraph for thirty-eight years. Monday was pay for the boys in lunches. NAT SEZ: :
S Gorman here Monday.Mr Mr. anl Mrs. Thomas A. Turner L_ the conservation camps at Raiford ---- ,14-
uslnesS, visitor and sons have gone to Wildwood :Mrs. H. M. Snyuer of Lawteywas Friends here will be Interested to and Penney Farms as well as for '
where they will spend a month. In Starke during the week-end I know that Everett Waide who formerly 300.000 others in all parts of the O'I.RVORJ: .:.'.... Well, folks, I sco where I'm go- "' ?
Peele of Law- to have to start
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and Mrs. Joe visiting her brother and sisterinlaw I lived in Starke, Is now with United States. Starke was visitedby N RVES Ing getting up ,
J Wednesday. earlier. time for those
*'' wet. In starke Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew and Mr. and Mrs Pate Gassett. i his uncle Dan E. Watde, on a jour- Its share of the young men who No more ,
winks
--- --- children of Jacksonville spent Friday ney to visit Russia. When he wroteto were "flush" and were obviously on last two
Frank' Johnson of Hampton here with Mrs. L. D. Green. ,MIss Hazel Adklns Is In Greensboro friends here he stated they were a spending spree now that all us
Ls a ousmess visitor here Mon- visiting Miss Marguerite then in Iceland. merchants: are ( "
| Miss Maydell Webb of Haw- Gardner, and will also visit friends going to -start (
ay thorne Is spending some time here In'Jasper before returning home. Cuba, arrived Sunday for a visit RITZ THEATRE opening up at ? i d
I Miss I FVrIa Yelvington of Raifordas with bed aunt, Mrs. Effle Johns here with his mother, Mrs.\ Eliza- 7:30: In the 1,
visitor here Tuesday after- Miss Cassie White left Thursdayfor beth Johns at her home on South STARKE FLORIDA morning. t
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Hendersonvllle and other points Walnut Street. :Mr Johns has r '

)On _______ family are enjoying a stay at the In North Carolina, where she will\ \ ..been away from Starke for twenty. PROGRAMItF.flINM.VO r \\f want the fi' .
MM t M, Mann and son, Hoyt, Weeks cottage at Kingsley Lake: spend the remainder of the sum- five years and this Is his first visit AUGUST 4 r<>-oerntlon of f '
Butler were visitors here mer. home during that time> you niHtoincrn.' ; ,
If f Lakt I. Friday Saturday too. Ro jou all ; z J f
Dr. ,$nd Mrs. H. B. McLendon' .. "
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-- and Mrs. E. S. Matthews were visi- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page, Jr., Col.! J. E. Futch of DeLand spent "THE BIG CAGE"With begin getting/ 'II' '
and Mrs, T. J. Griffin wereLiter tors to Jacksonville Wednesday. and son, Billy, of Jacksonville the week-end here with Mr. and M little curlhMro .'
Thursday spent the week-end here with MrsPage's & you can get your hopping, dODean.1 i 't
He
to Jacksonville Mrs. H. 1. Brownlee. was accompanied CLYDE nEATTY '
Miss Lois Adkins was in Gainesville parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. home by Mrs. Futch (\World YoutijreHt and Greatest we van clone up at 0:30: In the ( ?
B'tcrnoons! afternoon, and all of us can go out t
last Thursday attending the Struth. who has spent the past two weeks Animal Trainer)
R Johns! Jr., has returned Alpha Delta PI picnic. i here with Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee. Also nETT11001' UP TO your ears In work. and take II> ..wlm.We d
Ime after visiting the Exposition! Mrs. D. B. White of Fernandinahas Homer E. Johns of Havana, every nerve aft high tension. 'I i
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kirby and son been spending several days SUNDAY, AUGUST 6th No wonder you ana& at the wife need your co-operation, folks, R
Chicago.
n of Jacksonville spent Sunday herewith here with her mother, Mrs. Cella Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Only MM) bark at the children. just as Franklin D. Roosevelt ..i ;

I Mrs W J. Epperson and Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. I. Manassa, at her home on Walnut and Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker of Free Moving Pictures nerves Watch lead out! to Overworked Ales needs ours, and we hope you'll line ,
may
Anderson spent Saturday In Street. the State Farm will leave today for I nesi. Nervous Headache, Nerve up with' us 'Just as we've lined up 41 y
ksonville.: Little Miss Audrey Bedley of Chicago where they will attend the Monday Tuesday ears Indigestion' and a boat:, rf with him. 'I I t
Ferandlna is enjoying a visit herewith Mrs. J. P. Burns, Miss Mlna Ma- Century of Progress Exposition.Dr. "I Love That Man" ether unpleasant disturbance. 1 Y, s
I Miss Hazel Mlddleton'ls! spending Mrs A. F. Sauls and family nassa, Arthur! Manassa, Miss Melba McLendon will also attend the Why don't you try Dr. Mile** If there Mn't a .person In Starke u t.
1 few days In Madison with Miss Silcox and Mrs. W. E. Middletonwere National Dental Association which Nancy. Carroll Edmund Lowe BJust eeece NerrliM Tablet who can't buy all the groceries, '
ache! Smith. A.'H. Hall, Tlllman Hutto, Emmett visitors to Jacksonville Wed meets in Chicago. AIM one In a half glass ot and clothing, and hardware, and
Brown and Miss Edna Hutto nesday. "The PEANUT VI<;NJ>OU" water makes a pleasant, epark Furniture he needs. between the I

I Col Joe Hill Williams of' Lake were visitors to Jacksonville Frl T. T. Long spent the first of the (A Knockout) Hug over-taxed drink delightfully nerre. -t.bIDcto lours of 1:30: ...m. and 0:80 p.m., i l '

utter was a professional, visitorre day. Miss Sylvia'Sablow has returnedto week In Baconton, Ga.", and was \\uiIiiriKluy ThurMluy, Dr. Miles' Merrlne U now I'd like to know who he Is and whyhe ,
Saturday. her home in Jacksonville\ \ aftera accompanied back to Starke Tues- made In two forma--Liquid and can't. Mont of u* could *|Htnd ;tall
Mrs. L. Q. Powell has returned week's visit at Kingsley Lake day by Mrs. Long and Mrs. D. P. "College Humor"Tli Effervescent\ Tablet. Both hare we've got In much ten time i I

I or O. L. Haynes and J//. W. An- home from a visit to Columbia, S. with Misses Miriam and Rosalind Carpenter who were visiting their lU-st Musical. Comedy Vet the same soothing effect.' than that. 1 ,
Jews, Jr. were visitors to Jack- C., with her mother, Mrs. A. H. :Jacobs.D. mother, Mra.: W. T. Jackson, there, lUng Crosby, Richard Arlcn $1.00 at your drug stare j ''I, '
Alary Carlisle Jack Oalttaliiirim So come around folks. You con. ? + ''
mvllle Tuesday. Frlpp. en route home from a two weeks' .
-- Kenneth Prutsman, who has visit at the World's ,Fair. &: Allen Ox Komi Co-Kiln Burners have got to do your part, s f

I Mrs. J J. Morgan and son, Clarce !oIl'. and Mrs. Nathan Prevatt spent the past month in Lake Four New Song Hits also. AJius, merchants would t?
of Brooker were visitors here and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury spent Wales, spent the week-end here Friends here of Col Bloxham NIGHT MKW.H DULY Ir like to shorten our hours and ; v'' '

day afternoon. Sunday afternoon In Palatka with with his mother, Mrs. Edythe Ward, who has been stationed for Miitincc: Hun., Man., Thur., Hat. l lengthen our,"wages, but unless you +
friends. Montgomery.Mr. some time at Honolulu, Hawaii, : c give us your, help and buy those a: y
I Miss June Smith of Jacksonville will be Interested, to learn that he -- things you've been needing for the..e i
I visiting her father, J. M. Smith, Miss Fenela) Snyder has returned and Mrs. M. L. Jordan and has recently been transferred to C. past year or!so, it's going to be atrick a,
1 Kingsley Lake. home from a month's visitIn Mr. and Mrs\ G. R. Lowens of C. C. Headquarters at Klklns, W. FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur good -.If we can do it. ,
Jacksonville with Miss Lillian Jacksonville spent Thursday after- Va., where he and his family will
lira L A. Reynolds and brother, Garris. noon here with Misses Rosa and be located for some time. !Many Years Experience Makes It INmnlhle for tJ" to n..nd..rEI"l'"ICIENT UK HELL 1'KTEKS' SHOES t

E Johns, were In Jacksonville Addle Baladen. 1'KOMI'T and COURTEOUS SERVICE
\allay afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns, Mrs Col. and Mrs. H. V. Knight had MODERATE PRICES
NAT STERNBERG
L. A. Reynolds and Homer E. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Ogletree and as their guest' for the week-end DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY ,
Representative C. C. Butler of Johns spent Monday afternoon in children of Gainesville\ \ have been .Mrs. Knight's sister, lira. A. M. STAKKK FLORIDA Florida t
e Butler was visiting friends Gainesville.Mr. recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dobarganes of Jacksonville\ Mrs. Starke .1 I
-{ kre last Thursday. 'Fletcher Burnett at their cottage Dobargonen is a teacher In the
and Mrs. W. P. Knight of at Klngsley Lake. Riverside school and has spent the
I Miss Madge Middleton Is in Madison have been recent guests at past six weeks attending summer
jimpa visiting her cousins, Mr, the Epperson home on South Wal- Mrs. E. A. Stafford and childrenof school at the University of Florida.
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Jdllrs, Lloyd Abbot. nut Street the State Farm have been recent -
GROCERYSTARKE
guests of Mrs. Stafford's Mrs. W. II. Hart, Mrs. N. D. TIP TOP
I Mr and Mrs. S. E. Smith of Per- Mrs. M. C. Stith and sons of brother-in-law and sister, Mr.\ and Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. Frankie
) have been recent guests of Mr, Jarksonvllre spent Friday here Mrs. J. C. Manning. Hudson and Miss Eunice Perkins .
d Mrs.. W P. Smith. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. left Monday by motor for Chicago 4
L. Brownlee.Mrs. Frank Inman and Harry Tysonof where they will spend the next two FLORIDA
(Mrs George C. White of Talla- the State Farm returned to weeks attending the Century of ,
IIee! Is visiting Mrs. J. W. Whited R. S. Johns of Lake Butler their homes Tuesday from a three Progress Exposition. They were
Mrs. G. W. Alderman. was In Starke during the week-end weeks' visit at the Century of accompanied as far as Lexington, FRIDAY SATURDAY AUGUST 4-5 5
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Progress Exposition.Mrs. Ky., by Mrs. H. C. Rltch. who will ;
|Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight and W. H. Green. spend the two weeks there with &
In. J W Edwards were visitors Emma Canova and daughter relatives, and will accompany the '
1 Jacksonville Wednesday. Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen Miss Bunnle Canova, who have party back to Starke. GOVERNMENT TAX
W. Griffin, of St. Augustine spent spent the past month in Black
|I.C Robinson and Lester Price the week-end here with Dr. and Mountain, N. C., returned home Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott '
,Wnson of Apopka spent the Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Wednesday afternoon returned Thursday from, a three Next Monday the, Advance on Flow Is ji ji5c t'

Mrs. H. F. Smith and daughter, Paul E. Knight has returned ents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. F: Babcockof on 6 Pounds 9c on 12 Pounds 18c on;24 Pounds '
11r. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Miss Nora, of Bellvlew are spend- home after attending the Centuryof Port Hope, Ontario, and her.sister ,

Iy are spending some time at ing the week in Starke with Mr Progress Exposition In Chicago, Mrs. F. V. Kent Toronto, 35c on 48 Pounds 70c on 96 Pounds ,
'if Kingsley Lake cottage. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. and also the Kappa Sigma con- Ontario, Canada. The trip was .. *,
clave at Madison, WIs. r
made by automobile and many Interesting
l ur and Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Mrs. J. E. Malnes and Miss Hat- points were visited en This FRIDAY and SATURDAY-isv llthe LAST DAYS of the ,
achua were in Starke Monday tie Fowler of Lake Butler were In W. H. Hart, manager of the local route including Mount Vernon,
lUng Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. Starke Monday afternoon visitingMrs. Hart Furniture Store, will leave Washington, D. C., Gettysburg, and LOW PRICES on FLOUR, so come, in and buy all you can-It 4 R .

I W. J. Epperson.Mrs. Saturday for Surrency, Ga., wherehe the beautiful Niagara Falls. goes up Monday.
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Ur. and Mrs. Ted Stllley and will upend several days with his :

and Mrs. Bill Owens of Jack- J. G. Godwin and sons of mother, Mrs. M. A. Hart. I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barnes, Capt. TRUE
ville LOVE FLOUR. 12 Ibs. 40c; 24 lbs. 79c; 96 lbs. $3.25
spent the State and Mrs. V. R.
Sunday here with Farm and Mrs. Dan Pike and, John M
Lettie Stilley. Reddish of Lawtey were visitors Mfs. Bruce Norman and children, Entenza and son :Manuel Entenza,
here Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. who are enjoying a stay at their all of Jacksonville, Capt. Gentry I BALLARD'S PILLSBURY'S ORIENT ''j''j'r 'j't'

summer cottage on Crystal Lake, White of Live Oak, l.Jeut.? Robert .... -
((I Over L. P. Dees and daughter, spent Wednesday here with her Harkness of Lake City, and Col.J. 12 Ibs. h 50c I 12 lbs. ,50c I 12 lb. :".50c a ,

Ytwr .Laura, of Raleigh, N. C., were mother, Mrs. Annie Richard. H. Spangler of St. Augustinewere ,,24 Ibs. : _95c 24 Ibs. ,95c 24 lbs; w ,.95cJERSEYREAM
Uf* ,., guests last week at the home of guests Sunday of. Mr, and
lUmrnuriitij'SKft VIr.. and Mrs. L. D. Green. Arthur Cook of Lake Worth spent Mrs: Harold C. Wall and- Mr.: and
FLOUR ,24lbs. 79c
the' I _.
week-end In Starke with his Mrs. Junius M. Smith at the Wall -
Gentry Warren, who has been mother, Mrs. Jessie B. Cook, whoIs cottage at Klngsley Lake.. .e' t
visiting at the home of Mr. and enjoying a two weeks' visit here I CHEESE
----- Jewel Compound Whole Grain RICE i
Mrs.' O. W.. White, returned to his with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord. Mrs. E. E. Stacy and son, Elvin, ,

4 w home in Madison_ .Monday._ and Mrs. C. F. Boyer and son, C. F., 4 Ibs. .30c Pound - .- lac 5 lbs! u__ lac + F
Mrs. Phillip F. Maguire and lit- Jr., all of Jacksonville, were guests I
J. M. Mott and A. L.Green of tle daughter, Sue Darby, of Orlan- of Mrs. Boyer's parents,
Sunday
Brooker were visitors here Satur- do are spending some time at Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning.S. j Sliced or Crushed No. 2Yz Can GOLD' AR' SOAP )t:

VIEW Your OWn Judge day and while In town were callersat Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Magulre's PINEAPPLE TABLE PEACHES ::3 -
a l, propeny. the Telegraph office. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.
also
> conaderiunlanoaio"jwntpropmie. I O. LEWIS now has his office Can 10c 5 Bars. .. Think bow located In Carter Restaurant, 120 -- --- Can _ ._. 15c he
gmcklY*dauu mT. "_'OB Mrs. Ben Jackson and son, Ben, Miss Estelle Kendrick Is spend- Walnut Street Starke Fla, If you -
*"+nci.l I I- Jr., and Miss Janie Ray Willis of lag several days in Gainesville the need glasses call and have your SALT Package k "s!

tM w HII you__mnptm Bartow; Mrs. W. O. Grogan. Miss guest of Miss Daisy Chestnut, and eyes fitted. A full lineof eyeglasses 3 f Shiver .
rare en_Oroetsra Muriel Grogan and Harry Grogan attending the commencement exercises and spectacles. Watches or -- --- -- ,1Oc APPLES 1
Year poD.rr sans kU Miss Louise McCaraon and Mrs. J'I at the University of Florida. in GINGER ALE j,
and clocks repaired first class Dried -" 5c
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P. Duffle, all of Atlanta, Ga., and --- _
OLD manner. All work guaranteed. SPAGHETTI 3 Bottles _25c
l rCBWALLSTARKE Mr. and Mr*. W. T Holzendorf are Miss Isabel Fernandez returned Three doors from Ten Cent Store.
enjoying a two weeks' stay at the Wednesday from Tallahassee where 3 pkgs. -- -_ _lOc TOASTIES
FLORIDA .KIckliter cottage at Klngsley Lake.The she visited, her sister Miss Alice MARRIAGE LICENSESThe Maxwell HousePOST

Fernandez, who attended the sum following marriage licenses ; MILK COFFEE CORN FLAKES 't ''
mer school at the Woman's Col-
durlnat'the
have been Issued past
Public Is Invited to Attend a Delightful lege. week by County Judge E. K. Perry- Tall Can __ _6c Pound _.26c 2 Pkgs._ _ 15c 1 '

MOTION PICTURE PROGRAM Mrs. O. L."iiaynes, Misses Sara man James W. Frye and Dorothy H. JELLO 3 Eor ,25c Jello Ice Cream Pow.
Hope and Kathryn Haynes and Mills. -. _. 3 for 25c

FREE Sonny Haynes have gone to Fair- A. C. Brown and Leona Thomas.

burn, Ga., for a visit with Mrs.jfaynes' Emery John and Lubedla Alva- CORNED BEEF ___ 15c NAVY BEANS, 1b."_ __ __ ____ _5c, :"
mother Mrs. R. P, Mc- I 6
SUNDAY AUGUST 6th 1
Laurin. rez.Bernard !

I Matinee 3:00 P. M.\ Night. 9:15: P. M. FInley. M. Carter and Lizzie { BUTTER _ __ _29c PICKLES, qt.._ ____ ___ _15c ;
II''Apprtcialion of the Support Given in Securing Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Naaworthy, -

SUNDAY MOVIES J.W.M.Alderman Mitchell attended and Mr. and the'Mra.funeral O. has Every Its orchestra.village cafe: of Jugoslavia Best White BACON, Ib.___ l Oc TUNA FISH, / .Ib.\I Can_ j 15c t t

RITZ THEATRE of J. of Lake Butler
B. Dowllng at .
Best Plates .{
BACON lb.
STARKE FLORIDA Swift Creek Cemetery Monday i Pearls were among the ..rp..t. -- .. 8c '
afternoon. ,jewels prized by man. '
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BOB JONES 4 A In SEW .,f RR 4 Town of Stark In NE% UI Addition to Stark In
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OMMENTS SEW NE cor and e. road11 n 83 Matilda Dixon_.__ 15.71 81 ft. 11 In. of Lot. 4, 8 WH of NEW__________U a ssa Mra. 3. W. .

(1 SWW of NW% of NEW____U 1 10 Ruby A. Haye.---- 8.17 of Block IB Original B., 4, T, 8, 9, 10 of Block And",..--- .
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: of NFVF of NEW__._JI Harry U. Strofeldt14. Coin 40 ft E oT SW of In WH of _____28 ssa Frank
HEREAFTER. _______ 11.17 N 106 Morgan
: of NEW .JI siit 40 Unknown Block 15 and run Lot 1 of Brock
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Of SP!.i Of SEW_____J7 a '3S3 10 Unknown -______ 4.W1. ." to Call !St.! thence W to r Div of NEW of
1 >s 10 C. H. GummingCI *__ III." Town of Nub
; God never asked any man to do W 1.3 of of NW4--------:, Stark beg Original ln'NE'4otSWV.-$1 a ssa It, A. arn-_::._____ ..... All Block2\ _LlvTnBstori"11I ssa Annie! William. .

he can't do. A friend ofNW'4 of Lot 4, 8 of ---- 1 It .
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who wan helped by the Bob Jones -- of.1 Stark In NBW\ of NEW of NEW__________.38 ssa Annie William
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College financially, said not long SE'4 ______ .___-- ( SS 1.0 Edith Phillip ___ l7.n \ _u _-38 ssa Ch. a. Woodbrldg_ 53.1.. Lot. 8; 8 or NH of Block E ------. 7'
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i, ago "Dr. Bob I haven't any money S'AI.iI otSWVofWVexW: : 11 ( 38 14 Willie Ann Dell ...-.. ..7S Cor of Lot t 8 of Block 14 Div of NEofNEV --
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now." "Then God ofE.andallW34oflEV tt, W 31H \ ------ _____ _18 ssa LOllyenla
1 I can give you W 4 and run N lOB Robinson
33: 83 Lorenso Green ____ 10.11 E22H Lot 3 of Block IS LlvirTgton. _,
doesn't want you to give me any,," of NEW W of road-80 8 of 4 ft. S 105 ft to Call Original St Truby; & Co'. Sub -'" 11;

I replied. God never hold a collection All road SEW____of SWW.___ .____10 8 83- 15 R. F. Damoreat.-_ I.U Town ft of to Stark beg In NEW Dlv of NEW\ of NBW____.38 ssa J. W. Robinson

plate In front of a man who I Beg at BE Cop of SEW: of of SW'4 _______________. .. ssa Bank of Stark.... 711." W 02 ft of Lot. 8,4ofElk --------_ 1
W 62 ft of Lot.
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God ia intelligent t1ju31) Original Blk 14 and BH
tl has no money. N 10B ft. : ft, 8 JOB 1% ft
4 I SSSS S Unknown _______ S.2S Lot 1. 8 of Blk 17 and
He ia reasonable. I have too ft to beg-1H A.____.1 of Stark In NBW of
1 and and NEW of taijo'l/\ __,___.__,___-.-*B ss Cbas. O. Woodbria-e__ 188.01 EH of Lot J 3 of Blk 18
tls4 {, much sense to ask people for SEW SEV] of _NEW____ ______ .10 0 10 Mr. Onle Freeman.._ 83.55 Com 80 "tt's of NB Cot of -_. Livingston, 7lruby A Co'awWl
I know haven't' of cx 17 and run W BO of NEy4 of NID'4?' ss Mr.. Dora
when they 8EV : : Block Alderman
4' money E'i" of SEV.
___ 19.45 I, $ and _
___ ___10 6 S3 11 Roy Edward. 815ft It60ft.N25ft I
I ,
got It. I have never taken a collection That EI l'A1 portion A__ _'of -SW'4-- of ft. to beg Original Town W oil' Lots 4 of r.1dai1

la in a poor bouse. Block N of R 8 w and of Stark In NEW\ of .Dto-

e that portion of 8KW of 8W __ "_"____"_____.18 8 S3a H A. Blsbop- 38.77 Lot 4 of Elk 18 Livingston
Truby A Co' Sub

y 1 j 1. Sometime ago while sitting on Block In 1 NWW N of of R 4 NEI,411 Wth.tIlea 6 S3 S Unknown ------ 3.90 B B'ock 193-loft 17 Original ofLU6,7of Town Lot Dlv 4 of of Blk NEW 19 or Livingston NBW____38 112 Unknown _--h_.___

R' the front porch of a country home SV4 Tot of In SEW NE: Cor of W 8W14 of road.* I_II 8 SIa SO J. W. Edwards.__ 80.47' of SWW Stark.-__In---NEW---_--of-. 18 ssa Chas O. Woouorldge111.1 Truby A Co' Sub Dlvl ? K

r talking to a good old farmer friend All SWW ot 8WW W of W Sol-8 ft of Lots E, 7 of vision of NEW of NEW__SS e ssa -- UnknownA. _
I noticed that the farmer' public road' _______--__-31 na 15 Roy'Edward __. 19.45 Block 17 Original Town Lot 4 of Blk 87 Livingston. ----------? I I tl
of mine, .. A Co'* Sub Dlvl.
@f of SWW W of of Btark In NEW vision
I daughter was driving up and down All publlo NWW road ____r=____"_11 si 1 Mrs Onl Freeman- US aW'4 _____ _____-__ofjg ss Chaa. 0. Woodbrldg- S8.ll of NEW\ of NEW__28 ss O. Jenkins-- .
Lot 3 of fill -- .
ten minutes On. lot on N of Call 87. Llvlnston --- I ilLeanra
o r'' 'a the road. About every N andS .
NWVbEeingr546 It St B3H ft B and W by Truby A Co' Sub Dlvl-
., One time she B St S Unknown ....----- S.93 vision of NIDI,4 of _23
she would pasa. by 219 ft :B and W___-81 110 ft N and 8 BoundedN NEW C ssa A. Aarons
would be going east and the next Com 480 ft N of SB Cor of by Jefferson. Bt, W by Lot 8>> of Blk' 29Llvln..ton. ------ I I.
..
Co'.
Truby sub
Dlvl.
of SWV and TomN60ftW116ft.860ft land of VMs V. Morgan
sr time she would be going west. "I'd feW'4 vision of NEW\ of __38 ssa
__ 7.61VE4 s by Call Bt and E by NEW Joe Hagan _____
"' like to send my daughter to your E 116 ft t, to e ---.--n a II Josepbine Eller.on Admr.-__ 1L6ivwv4 Blck 17 Original Town of S 50 ft of Lot T of Blk 3J ---__. I
3 of BEy4 of SWV..._--21 8 II 10 M. thoden. 13.013wV Stark In NEW of BWI,4-_nI ** Bradford County Bank It.17One Livingston Truby A Co.
can't afford it the A.. Gardiner--- -
college, but I of SE44 of 8W i-----U S 12 10 0.0. lot on North aide of Sub Division of NEW of

h old farmer Bald. "Tour daughter nf Bloc S S of H 1 W Call Bt 72H It B and W NEV -"_ -----------____ as Ida Simmons
Al BW'4 In Bounded Lot. 2. 1 or NV of Elk 86 ----------. I
of and B
NE'4 ft N :
In 4.1 by 110
T.mf1w
la chauffeur. I noticed how ::11 I Ja. Dell --
p. a good pie. Sub DI-2-Ih l A --- N by Jefferson 8t, W Livingston Truby" Co'.
1 C well she drives the car. How many W'AI Block 1 8 ol R S W by Court 8t and S by Call '. Bub Division of NEW\ of

1 A In NB Cor and EH Original Town of NE%. ----- -- --S ssa Alfred Barnes
e x St
she
; miles a day do you suppose of Blk 1 8 of n 3 W In 11.71 Sfark* In NEW" of SWW2SB (, 6 ** Vida V. Morgan. .7.1. Block. 87 88 Llvlngrtorr -----?-? 11
L. -
Ii drives?" I asked him. The old Temple Sub Dlv______21NWW S II 9 D. Lloyd; -- ---- 4f1'A1 f't o* Lots *, of Truby A Co' Sub Division

paused for Just a moment. of Block I R of R 3 Block 18 *x 8 20 ft Original of NEW of NEW_-__38 ssa A. O. Jenkins.___ __
man
_
Block 44 Livingston .
Wand NEW of B'oclt-a ? Town of Stark innW Truby II,

i' : "I suppose she must drive that car of R 3 W In Tempi BubnLotir II I Unknown .___ '::...:....:_-tr.'. NEI,(" of _____ 4 11 Mrs. J..W.'Addrew_. .. 111.17 a Co'. 8ub Division 01
____ NEV\ of =
___ OTNB
NEy4------,25
Div __ ___ It w ssa A. O. Jenkins.
I disgusted lot ___
fifty miles a day. was )lie _____
1, ; 2 of ll3ockft'Development ('or of Block II and run Lot 1 and .sf* of Ix>t-i-* II

"Do you know how much you are Plnehurat 3.31 W Call IU 1714 It. 8 Blk 47 Livingston Truby
c ___ I II-D. W. Kell.y.--_ on A Co' Sub
of SEW__ 10B Division of
pending; for that girl to drive the In NWW\ -- 105 ft. E S7W ft. N
of NWW of bgOriginal Townof NEW of NEW-_----__--SS ssa Fannie
car fifty miles a day 7 It Is costingyou Com SEW at on SW E Cor aside of Slate ft to Stark In NEW\ of Lot 8.: 9 of Elk 3 Davis A McCall --- --___ r

., practically sixty dollars a road IS and run N along BW"," -_- __-28 4 23 j. u> Alvar-_--- ....111Com Truby'* Addition to -
..f road 443 tt. thence. 30 ft 8 of NB Cot etsatftt Starke In NB Cor of 8BWot
month. You could educate your said rieht'anales to said and run Wa'i' NWW W of Ry-___-.88 ssa J. H. Trub-
I daughter and equip her for life for E road at 1000 ft to Ry right YB161ft. H BO ft. Lot 11. 22. 13, 14 of Bile --------. II
ta"Il 3 Davie A Truby's Addition
8 along begOriginal
of way thence N ft
much less than sixty dollars a aid' right .,f way 418 ft Town of Stark In NEW.g to Stark In NE Cor

month." to H line of said' NWW of 8W\4\ II H. A. 84hoD---__ ..... of SEW of NWW\ 'V of

A(s e SEW thence W along On". house Sndinn"Bl"ocklg Lot Ry ilTli-i --1 J f-s:1I ssa L. M. Gray---------: __ 11
aid line 9.7 ft. thence N known a* 8t.rk.
So few young people are willingto _"___.. "____"_-31 II 10 H. A. Bishops--....-_ 17.4 House Bounded N by; Call Matthew Addition "A"to
An"Wyf"of Block ----f Bt, W by C. L. Peek, S by Stark W of Walnut
pay the price of success. Any R -Wand all BH of by H. V. Knight and B and S 01 8th Ste in

boy or girl with a normal mind anda Block 1 8 of R 3 W andNWSA by J. C. Manning Original NWV : -Mat-88 S3a E. S. M.tthew.h
_
of Block 8 B of R of Starke In NEW\ Lot: S of t k-I B7"s; j II,
healthy body can make good in 8 82 Unknown 17.S4 Town .7 thews Addition "A"
Dlv-Sl 10 to
S W In Temple Sub --------- -- of 8WW Unknown _____ 74.S4

;; this country even under the pres. Block I 8 of R 3 E Temple __A ...-.:.. ._... Btarke W of Walnut andS
ent world conditions. It takes an Sub Dlv_ ____-_._--33EH 1 SS 10 Mr*. Harriett O. Cooptr. 7.11 Resldenc Lot In Blk 18 Lot ot 9th St* In NWV-28\ sse S. S. Dowllng__________ 11.l j.Mr .
of Block 1 B of R 3 JJ bounded N by Call Bt, B 4. 6 B 7 of Blk 1 B.
!' unconquerable spirit. We have that Blh. by Starke House and 11. 8. M.tthew.. Addition "A"
KoV.'s vf 11. 4 8 by Madison to Stark W of Walnut
graduated from our college students V. Knight
lies In 8WW of NWW," andN and W by Court fit ell: : and 8 01 8th Ste In
;, who had nothing except will 117 ft of NEW of Block I 8t Lot In NW Cor 180 ft '''' NW\4\ --Matthews__-__18 ss *.Florence E. Canovt. R'
Blk E.
and faith in God. Nothing 3 B and ail-that E and W by 1iZ'AI ft Nand 8 S. Addition
power "A" to stark W of
pportion of NBW of Block ex I Lat I
1 could lick them. I remember one Block 3 8 of R I B, Not S BO on ft B a andtW by 70 ft Nand ., Walnut and B of Bth 8t. ..

boy who said to me, "I don't know H Sea line and all that 8 In SW Cor Original In NW\4\ ss E. S. Matthews h_.---- It
of Lot
8H 5.SandN5ft
of Block 8 B of of Stark In
bow I'm coming back to school (H portion S H lying N of H Sea NEW Town of BWW _____** a S3 8. L. Peek. Admr._ ".110 of Lot 8 and all Lot 7 ex: :

next but I'll be there." He line In Temples Hub DIV-28 0 IS 11 TTnknown _-_-_________ 8.11 An undivided '? tent In a 810 ft of BIkANJ.
year NEW of BBW of 8BW_____S3 ( 82 10 Unknown ___.__ 4.82 Lot Cool 184\ rt E of NW Jones Addition to Stark
there time. He has been W 01 Walnut Bt In
was ua ofSWW Block 18 and runE BEl
Brit at NW Cor of AWl,(" Cor of
r graduated from our college and and run S 70 t."i.tg on C.II St4$1.8ftS N S 110 of It f\Tfrrnd-VirLot"\ 5 J" F. Klckliter._________ II

he is making good. One boy came 140 ydN 70 yd-, ____ 3.8S 62'A1 ft. W 43 1-8 Original ft 8 ex N B f t and all Lot. 9, .
yds to ben'-3 A_________33NWW a S3 S Minnie Prlngl "6114' '" It to beg 10 of Blk A N. J. Jones
the close of the and atarke In NEVof
to at of .f
me year WH
BWW and Town
of _____._____-.u a S3 Unknown ____._ 30.01 Addition to Stark W
8 A In BW54--- off
I; said "I can't come back next year NW HWW COY of 8WW_______*x S3WH a ssa BS Mrs. Louis William_ 82.11 W 81 ft of.Lot. 1.4 of .. Walnut Bt In BE1,4 ,
NWV------ 88
without some help." I told him l I of NEW of swV4'of Block n Original Townof Lot 27"s"r4 6""oT'Blk"B a 88 B. 8. Mattbew.---_ Ji
sie 6 Elisabeth Clark __.__ B.11 In NEW ot 1 ,
__ ____ 13 Stark
would lend him a certain amount. MW'4 5fSWW ___.>______18( a ssa Bradford County; Bank__ 325.79 N..1. :Jones Addition I to
"SB'4""of sW'4
P BWW
L. .' "I'm afraid I can't get the balance NH nf ex W 1H >-8H A-|| 11e 4 Unknown __________ $..14EV EH l of Lots 2-/ of Block Stark: W of Walnut St

said. "If haven'tenough of NEW ot RBW_____33SH ia 10 Unknown _____ 481 19 Original Town of In SEW of NW'418 1 J. M. Alvarei__________ 11 i
I'll he
need you J In NBW of 8W' --U ssa J. W. Morgan______ 100.80 WH of Lot 8 of Blk Temple
nf8WVexIAIn Stark
ability to raise that amount of SW SEW:Cor__________._1| 8 sia 14 Ella Parker.-_____ 899 An undivided H Int In a Jot --. In Addition to and

In three months then I don't think SWW(" of REV of 8RW: ____--11WH tB 10 Mr*. O. M. Inman___ 9.81 com 33 f. 11n of:B Block of 80 part NEW of WJ.of of NWW NEW W
of of NEW ex: : N Cor of Lot 3
,<, it would do you much good to comeback (II TA and NEW H 80 ft_________33NW HIa 13 Mrs. Harriett O. Cooper. B.ll on S side l of fall St and SEW of Ry of andNE NWV----98 Cor of 8 S3 ,

anyway," I said. He raised \ of SKW': (" and run S 41 ft, B 11% ft. N .ots 7. 7 of Bile 8 Temple. Hemingway. II
f \ ita Call St. thenceW
Ww.of8tf4\ of NEIII 20 C. N Cooper---.-- i L10.11 41 ft to Addition to Stark InNE'4
the money and returned the next of Original Townof
of BBW to beg
S'AI 1 BEl
Eo/4 ___ __13 is B Mary 11'. Bllcox __ I.87 Stark- In NEW of of NWW(" and fart
It lea good rule not to help "
year. of NE44 ofaWW ---- _________-28 ssa R. A. Green____ 10." of W KofNEVWo
NH of BWW\ SW1,4 and NE Car of SE", 01NW'4
i young people too much. ss srOriWlnal Town of
____ .5 5 Ed Williams 10.11 Block -
------ ssa woodbrdls185.41 _______ 38 B S3
Chas. G.
y.4 S N B A of WH of NWW(" of Btarke In NBW of 8WW88Lot \ Lot* 4, 5 of"Bik"l4 Temple-* Dan Bore ._________ 14
elf of SWW of 3 and EH of Lot 3.
CARD OF THANKS SWW and 1. Addition to Stark In
BW of NWW\ .__.I1; II II 10 Mary F. Bllcox: :-- --- B42 4 of Block' 85 OriginalTown i of
y The family of the late Mrs. MaryE. 144 of BE\4\ of NTc__._:33< B 81 80 Frank Stern -.:.- ,'U of Stark In NEW NEW of NWW and partof
_. .. 28 sse Vlda V. Morgan___ 51.S3 WVi NEW W of Ry
__
Tlllla Candler wish to thank EA 1 A N of am\4\ of of SWW -- -- and NE Cor of SEof,
a-_ _____ .--S3 a S3 8 Mrs. Bertl Terrell-._ 7.41 WH of Lot 4 of Block IB
those who were so kind and assist wSA'4oi..9 A-triangle-basIng Original, Town of Stark ss C. A. Futch and Joe ate 1\, 2 o------------__:6 a II-C. A. Futch.________ I

ed us during the long illness and all of 8H of BBW\ of In NEW of SWW\ Slstrunk _______ I." Addition to Stark In
BWW\ N of road________38 8 II S J. J. Sllcox: :_.__._ sea NEW of
death of our loved one and we are 38 Oriel. NWW
Block don
8 of
1 All WH of NEW of BBW S Lot 7. of WVi of NEW W [:

l ; YK appreciative of the many beau of road -__ _38 8 11 9 Bradford County: Bank.. B.I flat Town of SWW of __Stark________In_18 a S3 Mr*. Laura Hemingway82.33: and NBS Cr of SEV ofNWV
N B i Y Oftitli* NEW\ U B S3 M. Rboden A.mr.- __ ItLot.
contributed.
61 tlful floral offerings 18616 Anof extended on --- -- ,
e 89
SWW, of SWW\ Block a* 8, 7 of Blk"l TempleeAddition
E. C. Chandler and Children. road ... 8 13 38 Unknown 3S.BO Bn-ey May ex 8 100 ft
.I public ----- il3 -------- to Stark In
1.. p'tI': :... of BH of NEW and ex E 80 ft Original
'V-' Mrs. O. C. Tlllla and Children. -- Town of Stark In NEI NEW of NWW and partof

.... and SEW ll'd'eura.t'' : : of SWW, ________________1* a 11a Mr*. J. W. Andrews. 15.34 and WVi N70: of Cor NEW'W BEof of Ry .

!t NOTICH OK ELECTION road-13.Tl A .________|S 4 33 IS Bradford County Bank.- 8.73 S 100 ft of Block 19 a*Map extended NWW\ -_ -- _11I 8 SS Futch A 8latrunk--- t I

"I KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE NEW of NEW __---,,-14 B S3 40 Ruby; A. Hayes; _--- U'IONW4 on Bney of Lot 13, It of BTk 14"Tern.ple .

PRESENTS That I, DAVID BHOLTZ \ of NEjZ'and all WH ..,. Original of Town WWW :II.1I 11a Unknown ..-.-.-. ".14 Addition to Stark
] Governor of the State of Florida, of BWV of NE14!: and all -- In NEW -extendedon ---- In NEW, of NWW and

11 pursuant to the term. and provision EIh of SBW of NWJ4\ N of WH of Blk 80 a* ex: : 8 105 r of NEW W
: of an act of the Legislature of public road and N% of Bnsey map of of Rrtn NE Cor of

: the Stat of Florida entitled: 8EJ\4\ af NEI4 _____.4 a saa 71 Unknown __--.---- 171.W ft Stark.Tn Original NEW, Town of 8WW--1S\ sia Mr*. E. 7 John.____ ".U SEW of NWW'" -38 4 22 T. J. Alderman________ II
jt1 "An Act to Provide for the U A of NW54'of\ SE54w44 of Block 8.J Blk 31 ex FraclLot 9 and
8 9
,
Holdingof State Convention N B A ol ,Peak Lot. 7. .Addition.To N SO ft of Lot 10 Temple

d for the Purpo.. of Ratifying or $ of SEW N of : M. John of \ ssa J. W. Morgan....._ 17." Addition to Stark In
Rejecting Proposed Am.ndm.nt.to road ___ __ ._ ssa SI Mr*.'Bertha Wlnchell.SO .._ 10.71 Stark In SEW 8 of Block SWW-.tl 33 ,,..4.-as NEW of NWW and partof

-.. i. the Constitution of the El 34 A of "NW W"of," SBW Lo1.* fl.t.iof.'n* Addition toStark :lID of NEW W of Ry

i United State*." approved June and 1 A In NH Cor of in SEW of 8WW1SLot '" ss A. H. Johns____ S7.S1 and Cor of SEW of
.y 7th, 1933 8W1R\ of SEa\ being 80 B and Fracl rot; NWW\ -tSLot 4 S3 M. -Rhoden. Adror.____ 11..
the 10th day and :y 380 )'d.E ., 1, 3. 7 of Bile S3 Temple. .
fix Tiiesdav
do hereby Block 84
diL ssa Bigg A. A. B, C, D of
W___ Sternberg11.11
1983 date and Addition to Starke In
of October, A. D. a* the "N WW"VndSWW J. M .John Addition to
for holding, and do hereby call, a FJI H fSEW of of NWVi6 ssa SO Wilson 8ternb.rg10.11 Stark In 8BW of BWW--1S. ssa A. H. John_____ 1S.SO NEW of NWW and tart
pedal election In each and every of BEW N 10 and all of WVi of NBW\ W 0
B
a, WH of EH of SEW\ of Lot ex and NB Cor of of

Pl county on of Tuesday tb. Slat, the of Florida 10th day: to beheld of sUru -___--._-_.-11 ssa 10 Mr. A. F. King----.- S.1S Lots M.I.John 7, 8 of Addition Block 87 to NWW\ ___' ______SEW_______11I 8 S3 C A. Futcb._-________ 1

ID SAofNW'4ofNEVS J. ss A. H. Jokna..._ :.....__ 6.73 Lot 1. I. 8 of Blk 87 Tem
the
A. D. 1933, for of 8WWULot -
October purposeof ss S Mra. In SEW:
__ 378WM Q. M. lnmn Stark
ot publlo road_____ .___. .... Addition to Stark .
electing sixty-seven (47) del.r \ of SEW less. I A In 40. 41. 43. 43, 44. 45 49 fle. of and
landUof 4 NWW
to b part
*
convention
Kate at large to a BO 81 and other H
and I A In NE ,
w held on the second Tuesday In November. Col NW Cor__ _______;_____11 I II IS EeniJoltasot.--' ._ 17.34 John Add In SEW\ of of WHof NB: Cor NEW of. W SEW of Byand of
Tallahassee John Addition
D. at M.
A. 1933 BWW J. 1"
Dowllnl1
; Florida to ratify or reject. the following BU J of 8W344 af NE\4\ and ww.. :- to Stark In SEW, of NWW ----88 8 S3 Mr.. Fronl

'r',t '{ propo.al of th.. Congress of NW'4 of -8E'" and NIC'4 ,Se.as4aae.4u15of -- swu ___________.-__--._isSH 8 33 A. H. Johns._.-, 38.11 Lot '. t. 10 of Blk 87 Stark Tem
mad the 30th sW'4 .x W II A and exs SW Cor of pie Addition to
United State, on In
the A E of Ry
----21 1 II U R. n. Prnatt_ In NEW of NWW and part'
for road-----___ __ 46.14r
: A. D. 1933 to A bounded N ;
of February fiE' of 8WW
t day ot the I A of NF.44 of 14W14..17 a II 8 A. E. WaIL__- 18'11NW'4 ye" W w'k"' of WHof NEW W of Ry
Constitution Add by Ry. ,
", m.n4h' of SW44 of NE ____11 S 13 10 Kit Williams _-- 8.U by John 9 t .-", -" and NB: Cor of SEW of I
i United State: 8enat andHouse 10 A on 8 side of NE of 8 by See line also M.Lot John.Addition ., NWW\ ____-88 a ssa ... Dr. E. L. Bl.f.____-

Resolved of tteprssentatlves by the of the NW\4\ __ ___________11 1 II IS J.IOj7K7ll.7.Fly"n-; _.- 10.11r 10 of Blk 47 to J.Btark In Lot 11 of Blk 14 Peek Addition -

United State of America In ; 11 A of NE4a of NW'411 1 II ?-- ".07Del' SEW( of BWW_________It a ssa J. 0..Boydr---: _____ S1.S4 to Stark N of 9tb
of St 'In of NW'4----18 ssa VIdsV.Morgan----
Cor -
W of NB NWW
twothirdof .8H *t T of Lot
p Congress assembled ( Lot. I, 3 and 8H
NE and run W Lot 18, 14 of Blk SB Peek.
SKW]
I Livingston.
each Mouse concurring therein fof 106 4 ot Block 4
B SB1H Addition to Stark N of
). That the fallowing article I 8 IH 8 ft. -38 8 S3 Starling McCoy Truby C..'. Addition to In of ssa Futch A KlckllterH. ___
eta St. NWW NWW-8S -
N 108 ft to b.I'-- -- 1333 ssa Unknown
amendment ft. In of NBWltLot ....... 13.SS
Stark WH
I* hereby propo..d a an -- i 1.1 Blk1
Com lOll ft S of NE Cor of .I Lot 1. S, 4, of
to the Constitution of theUnlt.d and W 1. S. 8, 4, 4 of Block B Peek Addition to fttark
I BE'4 of NE'" run .
t j' / States, which shall b* It S 101-ft. J1! 410 ft. Livingston Truby A Co' N of Itb St In NWW of II
420 ,
valid to all Intent and purpose ___.. a ssa 1 J.-J. Keller__ Addition to Stark In ___
N lOll ft to .....-___- _- 7.IIID S3 ssa W. T. Smith__ 10.T1 NWW --88 ssa A. Bishop
of th. Constitution when WH of NBW-
a part ft of N In ft of W'AI Lot U, 14 of BlInn B RU-
j; r t ratified by convention In three- of 100 NWV af 8M'4 at NE"U' ss .Jo..phln.Olo".,. --- .,.IICom Lot 7 of Block* Jo'Living.Add l). Addition to Rta.rk.B
several states stone Truby *
1 fourth of the 100 It W ofNE Cor of of Ith Bt In NWW of I

'ARTICr.1C'Reetlon W% of NWW, of SEW of tlon to Stark In WH of 11 ssa Livingston Trnby *. CoS.10 NWW _____ _-______88 ssa Mrs. Nina B. Blthop- -
+ 1. The eighteenth NBW and run 8 34* ft. W Lot NE'4* 4. sTi, 7r"8 A.1011. Lot 1. 7. 8 ef Blk C RIsIngs -

article of amendment to the 101 7t. N 34* ft. Kl 108 It IS. Block 10 Llv.Ingston. Addition to Stark
y Constitution of th* United to beg __________"___ MCom 1 13 Geneva Towns -__. 1.01 11. 14 of .* Co'- B of ttb Bt In NWV of.
ifii Truby 'ssa Brln I .onJa _
hereby repealed. .t Int.reectlon of NW\4\ 11 Dr. P.\A. -
fi State. ; Addition to Stark In 1.s" 3. ,11 11
S. Th. transportation and Lake 8t. on W aide WH of NEV4-----2$ ss lira LIC Morgan- II."' Lota 1. 4. .
and run W on of Bile S J. O. Alvar Ad-
I or Importation Into any of Lake 8t I'k-; 11 Llv.
Lot 4. 11 ot
State Territory, or possession of 8 side of 8th 8t 78 ft, Ingston. Truby A Co' dltlon to Stark 8 of
r ; 137 Madison and W of
Southeasterly Walnut I
United States for delivery or thence In
the us* therein of intoxicating ft to W side of Lake St. WH Addition of NEW to _Stark________ 1< 4 sia 3. O. Borol; _- ills St* -____88 ssa *. Lamb __----
4 uor. In violation of the law Thence Northerly 140 ft Lot 0andS4 ft of Lot 1 Lot. (. 5. 7. 8 of Bile 8 J.
O. Alvar
thereof" I. herebY prohibited.'Section article shall. NWW to tot_ beg__In 8WW___of S3 a 31 Geo. C. 'Whit......,., .... of Block 14 Bounded Sby Stark B of Madison Addition and to I
3. This -- J. O. Turner land Llv.Ington. W of Walnut __.._ Dowllnl'---
8t* 88 asa Mr, t. V.
shall of
It of 8WW ,
unless SB Cor .* Co'.
b* Inoperative Com at Truby Lot
1. 9.10..11. 18
I. 4 have been ratified a* an amendment SWW and run W 7B ft. Addition to Btark In of Blk!' !4 1r J. 6. Alvare

to the Constitution by convention N 81B ft. NE 408 ft. Easterly W34 of NBW' .........- II it Fenella A Louis Bay. Addition a to Stark 8 of
.e' In th* several States, 304 ft. thence B! 114 der .- ""--""-- 14.73 Madison and W of Walnut 1
a* provided In the Constitution, ft. 8 803 ft to beg, also Lot 11 of Block 14 Living.ton. __ .. -_
p land 8 of 1011'.. 8t. ___ __________88 ssa .Jas. Lamb-. -
within cc... year from the certain Truby A Co'. Addition l- Elk 1 Wynn Ad-
I date of submission hereof to the H. Sparkman: and W fRy to Stark In WH of Lo'lt'oc.f: ; to Starke I
...."* of SWW-----33\ a S3 10 Mrs. E. P. Joan 47.44 a S3 R. J. Davis_ ______ In NWt4 _
l ''f, States by the Con.1' In SEW of Lot of NEW --- iili ; kiill 1J.04 of SW'4 ___________11 ssa Ollie farl' _- -
I Such election to b* held In all respects Lot Band tracl part Lot* S. 9. 10- 11 Lot I. 8, 10 of Bile 1
the Block 1 feeing 83 H It Truby Co'.
In accordance with pro. 8 of Livingston Wynn. Addition to Stark
I d vlsslon of, and In the manner prescribed Nand8by110ftPiandW. Addition to Btark In In NWW, of SW44.f$ ssa no F. D.moreat-- -_
In, the Act of the Legislature Also com at NW Cur a WH of NEW .ii:1I 8 S3a R. F. Demor..t7.01
of Florida aforesaid of land owned by J. O. Lot* 4. B of C, It Wrnns AEdlCnn to StElkarki I
r WHEREOF I do Turner on Cherry St and -. Ingaton. Truby Co' -, .
TESTIMONY In --
IN = NWW of __--tt ssa Boyd HoIlOw.Y -
toM N on said Bt BSH ft a. r Addition I to Stark. In BWa :
hereby ..t my band and do cause run EH of Lot.
r affixed hereto. the Great Seal of B 'btchm': b 8t,.J .. WH of NEV-1$ S3 J. O. Boyd_______ 11." I I n. 1.Addition of Blk to I

w the Stat of Florida at Tallahassee. on ft Lot* .. 9. 10 of Block ItLlvlngt Stark In NWW of SWW-SI ssa no A. Oreen- __
the Capital" this 13th day; of July; 310 ft to beg- OriginalTown a. Truby ACo', *' e W.34 of Lot 1. 4T; 8 of Bile; ,
1933. of Stark la NEW Addition to Stark. In 8 Wynn. Addition I

1 OREAT of SWV --- -----'k-.Cll a asa J. O. Turner.......": ..... WH of NEW --38Lots 8 S3a D. L. mi--___ __-___-. 11.U Stark In NW 4 of 8WW-S8\to ss R A. Or.enLot _- _
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'!HOLTZ.Oo".rno1' te 3. 4 a B 1. S. 8 ef IS Llv.Ingston. 4 and 1'1.% of F1'.cl Lat

1 of Florida. extended on Kns-ys MapDriglnal Ub't.k.co;* E of Elk I WynD. Ad41.
JBy the nnvernor At test lR. Town of Stark Addition to lion to Starke in 1
A. GRAY. '*s, Jo NEya ot BWW.SS ss C-a. Crutchfield.19.4 WWa ot NEV.-. _31 SS Nat Wllllama. 11.11 41 SWy4 NWV.__II S S3 Mrs. Marl J"aaoneTAGS ----

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Frulof "nn1 of NE\4 of aw"11 S II IG Victoria Mack _____ '.11 % of BW\4---------11 7. $2 co 3. F. lohn.on_____ 11.18
act 101 of NWI4 of 881\6\ I.. 1 11 A In aJil Cor of NII\4 of LESSON

to Stark. to and lees road-----__...11 1 II 1. Banlaa Or... ___ .11 11 4 .1 11 L. RKaloh________ I.O
R.
eoede ___II 11IS F. Damoraat.B. .___
%_, loll On. lot of land 148 ft .q N NWNWy4 ss2!i1 In 811 -

In 8E Coo of NW% of Cor ____ _____11 7 II 05 Ines Ivey. Pollard.....__ 10." AUGUST 8. 10SS
I DoNWg8of\ 8W% 8E% _______ _____1$ I 1. Oren Hamilton NRt4 BWif .
,n' -_---2i S J. Dowllng-___ 1S.O, 1 A In 8W Cor of.Ei of ___ I.' .Ey w of of NB14 of and Nb.-%_ofaf __16 7 II 10 L. 111. Andrew----------- 1.11 Subject: Ruth-The Book of ,

1 Clt Y Park NW\4 or SIIP4---r-1I S $5 1 E4 J. .lolauoD_. .__ LIZ % ______-_.___--___,J7 T n let Unknown _.______ IUIHW4 Ruth. ;
W and Com ClO ft N from IIW \ or NID\6.1I\ .7 I' 10 Lilli. Jones ______ e.1I Golden Text: "Let ua love one ; '
at.rk.s. SS Mrs. i. W. Andrews. Cor of NW% of SII\6\ and Nil"" of SE\Of __ .$5 7 .1 co J. C. L._________ 11.10 "
1.02 run JiI 100 ft, for a All NW\4 \ 8 oC RyIt another for love la of God. 1 John .
of Blk / Clq Parke beg thence run ftL A and N% of 8111''% 4:7.:
4 Wand 9': f a i 1 o f t W 2 : f t nr SW"%, -- ___ 15 .7 II $3 T. I. A Luolnda P.rry.11.11
plvbito starke Mrs. J. th.noe N about II n to NWof'NW 4 .,. i AIn Lesson Text: Ruth 1:6-10: ; 14.19.
SSss W. Andrews.
II'
of -------.- LI't $ road, tbeao. along III sid.of NN Con cad % A. I. NW From one of the book we copythe

Bt105 ..ndWrunllet road to pt or be.11 S II Belt H... __: ZRtt Cor __ ___________t1 T. II II Co VaD Al.Une______ n.'l to
Introduction our
.. following;
.talt. on 111 .Id.
Lots
8 Bile I
Lincoln
e t"walnut et beg N on 4.j. .. of Ry. ID 8% of 8W/o f NS'4 and II Non leaaon: d

: R. -sO// !:_ to_ _.lnf6 Vld.. V. Mor.an..._:_. .1.1. Lots 8y II. -7__of__ --5 -Lincoln--II S II John L.wla __..,.,.. 1..1 .n4 .A of N 8E'of "n,.of. In NW The Book of Ruth follow Judge*) to

lot g'I Jt i Orfftnuby I City W of By.. In 8% of I Cor of NIII"%, of SII\4 and because It describes an event which

I 8E14 ______ __._____88 1I\d\ I. In N& Cor of NW\6\ of
W -al- S .1 .10.. _____ LII took place (Ruth 1:1): ) "In the days:
: habd. b\i\ II S ss Kr.. Eva XlUlaD__. 11.41tit Lot o. 7 of Hilt I Llnooln 8E"%, __ ______11 7 II It T. I. Ald.rm.n_____ 19.74 .
t : H, City!" W of By In a% of Wt4(, 01 SID\6\ of SW% of when the Judge judged but thai ;j

85S 4 __________.11 1 II Ed I. Jobns. 1041 BII- ___ _____11 'II I B.I.: Fort____ '..50NWI4. peaceful atmosphere of the narrsetlve
Vft&gftisrsPiKorowAanBd.orr Lot 1 of ilk 1 Llnooln Clt,. 01 NE--____.____1I .7 II Cet W. O. 8.ale____ 11.10 t
W of By In Sy4 of 811\411 1 II' mol J. 10..OD__ .... All Elk 1 In .. Add .. la quite the opposite of the '
: Lo 1kl..lil 5, 1 5'cTt 7' of to Hampton _____.__31 7. II I. r. .1olon..on. _____ e.'o stormy scenes of Judges. The Book t'
0 in ,. ': of Lots I. I. 3. 4. I of Elk IIn
By In 8 of SB:\4-------21 1 II Mra. J. W. 1.71' Wright. Add to Hampton Ruth picture true womanhood and '
liSSpl., ..TWhlcJ Lot. t. 6. f of Blk 10 Lln- _____ -- __--e T. II Willie Williams __ 10.11 honorable manhood. It show ua i i
IP 388 ft. coin City W.ot Ry n a% N7 of Blit I I. lI.mpto.IO T 23 Mr. Ada. Nlmmo__ 11.10 ,
a d.p r.... W Ien. >( of ed% ______________II 1 I' 101... J. W. Andr.waLI9 Lots 5, e of Ulk 11 In loyalty and purity and for good } 6i,
.. It degrees II detr: ... Lota 1. 4. 6. 7. I of Elk tI Hampton _____. __. _____.0 7 II W. O. B.al_____ fC.I' reasons la one of the favorite booksof a''
thence N de8' Lincoln City W of R7 .. SID lit. of NII'4 Ia By rlgbt 1
119 ft thence; ID b.II 8% of SEy.: _________8$ I I' Hr.. J. W, ._ 1.10 of.way. and I..1ANof the Bible. The writer of It to yd
ee. n ft to .. 8 S3 Bradford County Bank_ 17." Lot. I 1 of Blk 13, Lincoln By and JiI of new public unknown though the Rabbi as'-i '
rice ----- City W of Ry In 8% of road __ _________.0 7 II 11 Julia lI.tU. II Rebecca a
SEI4. __ __ U S II lIalla Albert Maxwell 11.1 cribs It to Samuel. Judah waa a.
K t>y __ .11 --------
e8W4 .Bounded Addition Lot. 1, I. 2. e, 7 of Elk 14 .883 of 823t4 and N1i of dry and thirsty land. with few ; p > ; I '
..re. Lincoln clt W of R,. In of SE% and SWI4.
J.Adam.. at If ."telldb' W b,-. S% of SEVa.: ____________11 II M r.. J. W. Andre.a.-_ I... Corn NII\4: Cor 0 .7 II 100 Ida Do Haxw.11____ 10.17of springs and streams, where failure)

ltenean.---------0 land. 8 11 Jae. Lamb ___......._ .,... Lot S of Elk 1 Lincoln Clty an ft N of SW of rain leads to failure of crops '
M. \ 8W% W of RY In 811\411 6 II Willie King ___ 1." NE!:% of NE\:\ and runr60'

u. NW ne. Cnr.o E U6f N o!nN Wend 8\rof (.1 :: thZ: : % ft. W II The ancients were not providentand !'
and_ 1 8 % to b.g .O 7 Ou .I. Durden i I. ILSa. did not store up food long In '
Kiln.: w 686 ft, N.UI___,8 ? Laura B. Mondan_ 1T.5. lot .: :_.:- ::_.::_.:.:SS 1 II XI Mrs. :E. ... Johns........ IMS .ton ._________ 11.11 '
10 bra f 9V744 9 of Com at NW Cor of NWVi S"-" of 8W\4 of SW\4-.G 7 31 10 Pat Ad.m._____ '.11 advance. Even In this country we
:
In NW'4 Z.Alvaru of NWV& and run E 515ft ', All that certain piece of are kept from occasional famine
dllon St known as S 105 ft. W 515 ft, tt land lying. between O. 8.
Rea Blk In __ 1 Ruhr A. only by better means of transportation ,
NW 105 ft to beir-1H A _tl t tl Hares.-- s.eo &FByandSA.L.ByInNW I
rice ea 1 lot P..k11 10. t SS ;J. W.: Andrews, ...&". 1J.10 Eight A In NW Cor of NBVi % of NBVi\ -8 A.__IO 7. 11It .' Ida D. Maxwell.______ 158 I ; without which It 1* said we 4
r sold to I. 1. -- of NWVi _______________11 'U .1 J. o. Bord t.8. Lot 1 of Wti, of NWVA_____81 7 10 Heater Adam. ....___ 4.74 I9
at 8E: cor of Madisond 9 8% of 8WU of SWVi_______11 S 11f S9 Ch.rlotteii.rr-- ..19 NW% of SKV4 and W% of would overtake starvation at anY'time

Bay Rte and run ID ft. Bee at NB Cor of NWVi of HV of SBVi________11WV4 7 11tt 80 J. R. Dover............. It.14T : within a few months We %(
BaY 8t 136 ft ID NBVi and run 8 881 ft. of 8WV4 _________83SWli T 80 P n. Dover_______ 1'.14
the
Ill ft to Madison 9t.StIt W 15 ft to the pt of beg, of NWVi__________88 1 II 40 J. W. Wattaraon_____.11.10 have studied the famine In

once W on Maolleon_____ ? _. ,. H. 4 Ea ".".. ._..,.,,_ ?.? thence W 107 ft, S 141 1-8 N 110 ft of NKVi Of 8BVi.4BRVi 7, II s 8. a. Trleet..___ 4.17 days of Abraham and Joseph; also
co of '.onLB ft. B' 107 ft. N 141 8-3HeR ft of SBVi----_________34 7 II 40 W. O. Seals..____ '.01 and the u
It 9W ________11 SS 1 Mrs. Heater L. Thoma. 11..1 NBVi: of SEW ex N 430 ft_84BWVi 7 18 Unknown .......___ 1.61 during the reign of David, 1
d Senders8t' .nd ft,run N'n at NWiCA. SWVi of of NBVi.__________34 7 11 40 Scott U. Swindell_____ lO.n prophesies of Elijah and Ellsha. i ', ,

!161i ft, Madlnon W 101 St NE% and run 8 ttlV* ft.E l Com at NW Cor of NBVi of we read of famines In New Testament 11; 1''
oo : SS1V4 ft, N 881Vi ft. W NBVi and run 8 M5 )'da, '
:; E .aid 8t 1 0321 11 ;J. w:. Hal I-.._____ 10.85 IU% ft to beg-_________11 'II 1 Unknown ____---- Ian H 161V4 "'d.. N 886 rda. times. '
I '10 w'cor"of'Madfaon 8 A In NW Cor of NE% of W 151 Vk yd. to bee-10 A Because of the famine In Judah, P
N and runt SEVi being 417V* ft B and and SEJi of NEVI" lea t A v
|d court Sta ban W 7>y 460% ft N and Sand : In NB Cor and I A. In a certain man, Ellmelech, decidedto

III ft N a 105 pt Oft Wft 11 A In NB Cor of SW Cor-It A_______....15 SS (l W. W. Packman.____ II." migrate from Judah to tho land .
nee run NW% of SEVi being 811% Com 66 yda N of BB Cor of
no ft
1'1
S 106 ft.. ft N and 8 by 467% ft on NBVi of NE% and run W of Moab, taking with him his wife. ,

the pt of _beg in TOwnl6 I SS Mrs. J. W. Andrews_ 47.14 .N aide and 811 ft on 8 .aside 110 ,.d.. N 110 yd*. B 110 Naomi and his two sons, Mahlon ,
$I tarke -of Bay and to public road-.____S3NBVi 6 SS 11 Charles a. Woodbrldfe_ 10.44 yd., 8 110 yd. to beir____15 T SS B H. S. Roebuck...._ I.n
Cor
at NW Sta and run of 811% .x 8 A In NW I SW% of NWVi ex Ry rightof and Chillon. Moag was the country i bt 4 r I

)14110n W 830 ft to Cor also com at SB Cor way and ex 1 A. for I east of the Dead Sea and its. \1'' R i
10& tt aid of NW,4 of 8E% and run T II SB A. L.. Sulltvanl-....___ 12.92SWof8E$5
8 on
,rdwaY St. St N 491 ft, W S 491ft. 'mountains could be seen from 1 ; ,
I0D ft to' Madlenn B 817 ft to bf..tj-7 A I
said St S80 Cor and 1 A In NE Cor 3ethlehem. '
nee E on Starke.-$5 I SS Mr. :Josephine Edwards. 17.14 and N 10 A of SBVi of ;, and 7 A In SB Cor______15 T SS 17 W. M. Phillips______ Ill "
\it ben In Bounded. LorE? % -- -i.-y1I 6 StSt 51 A. H. Johns.... __ S1.SO 7Ain811Corof8W34of The Moabltea are descended w
IM, in Starke Edwarde andby 1 of Blk"s ; SEVi ___ -____________-85 7 IS .T C. A. Youngblood-------. from Lot's son and were thus related + '
Wm and John. Sub Dlv of NEVI But at a Pt on W side of
C. A. Knls-ht/ < to the Israelites. But they t 'r
"
1
Mr.
Humphrey W by LO.E4'.40rjill "--1n"--M": Fannie Stewart.._ 1.55 Hy right of war on Sea
and N by J. line and run N on right: were Idolater who worshipped the 34 1
Jtdway St Alvares18 t SS W. M. Edward__ 5.07 Johns Sub Dlv of NEVi ofNEVi of way 70 yde, W 86 yd*,
4 of A. L. ---33 e 11 4 A. H. god Chemosh. They were always
of Call and Johns.________ 0./! B 70 yd* to said Sao line
Cur
l.t lien NE N 116. Beg at sw j.sW'ir"' thence H to bear. -Vi A. In at enmity with the Israelites and g
SIR and, run of *... NEVi and run B 671% It. BEV4 of 8W 4 __________15 .7 II-c. A. Young-blood._ 1.11 I ? y
> fur a Pt n N 800 ft, W 671% ft. '8 All SEVi: of BW'4 W Rex : mostly at war with them. They

ace n': 77 lot ft, thence to Mra.Nin. 800 ft to bev. __________84SEVi 8 11 11 5 "B *wMa1rlhJLf.ap __ T..14 1 A In SB Cor n".tr 8 AIn were denounced by the Hebrew y1 e
mphreye < 11e :
of Collar of NWVi of NW'4--84 10 '.81 NW Cor and Com at epJ
to land V A In NE Cor of NW'4 -- of HW prophets> ;
BW Cur of HWVi 4 r
Inc.. W 100 to ft bear to. Bt In. *of NWV4 _________-._.,-84 11 Edgar Davis __- 5.It and run N 120 vein, K is5yd It Is generally said that Elime- ,r} :
S fj.ft II-B. F. Hall____ 7.14 SEVI of NWtt of SE%____-_84NEVi 6 11 10 J. o. John eon. -- 4.46 *. S 110 yd*. W 181 yda f ,
y of.:rWJk-I-.i. D..U.1 of SEVi ex 5 A In' ----- to beg. -__ ._____________-S5SWVi T.. It 15 W 0. S.al..___.______ 1085 tech was wrong In leaving Judahand 1 rot
,.1, Add 3 In Bt.rke11I 8 II-H. C. niteh.___ 17.57 SB Cor .__-----_--___--14 t SS 85 Bradford County flank. 11.81 of NEVi__________86 .7 11 40 H. L. Klnchen______ 10.71 taking his family to a heathen
lit;i e ;; of Jackson 5 A an. In SB Cor of NE% NEVi of BWVi of NWVi---.88 7 11 10 W. O. Heal_______ '.15 '
SB: Oor B' Of 8BV4 .____-_NW$4 1 &;3 5 S. :lohn.I ..-- 1.47 NIU'i.of NEV. and N"Ia orNW'I."f land like Moab. Choosing a place
il St* and run -----
Bay
A In NW Cor of NE'.4 end alf 81y where would live for many
|' ft 8 105 ft. W 51V4 of NEVi _______________84 8 11 8 A. B. Wall_ of NW% of NI1I4 W otRy you '1
IN 10S ft to beg InBirk6 NWVi\ ______ _____ 35NWV4 8 SS eu M.n'I.Oel ------- 1.89 year and probably rear ; I
11 1 SS Dr. :E. L. BI...__ S.5S 8RV4) of ----- 11.31 and N% of BW""% of commu,1,,1 t
In Starke Houndedby of BEVi and SJ4\ of NFy ___ _________-_____ I I .f 11 A. Z. Adkln._________ 11." among the people of the
lot ________85NWVi I 12 10 Mr..
BWVi of NEVi Cora I_ Narerosi 11.01 W 6 A of al'of SWII..ofNE"
N
Lane, ,
Jicknonst Sander ,on W by Hol- \ of NEVi: --------86 6 II 40 O. W. Illnion. As .--- 11.11 and 8114, of NW'4__ I I II U I\ M. 11....,.____ 11.10 nity, 1* a matter of great Importance. e "
NWVi\ of NWVi._,_____---86 6 II 40 John O. Crag*. 1'.44 NIi, of .. If called upon to make such
inwortlt Lot and Mra. ------- ,.
\ of NWViNV _16 8. II 40 Unknown _, fNN'ofSW' .. aandnd
NEVi .
Ln Mra. Moore ------ 11.U tE\4 earneat 11 t't
S by NFw---r' II a choice. meditation and
..__ 101.70 of NW of 1 7 10 Unknown t
u Dr. Blgge : 8 11 R. A. -------- '..UVy. Eu: of 1'1101'4 of $W% and
II it NE Cor of Hosan2 N \ of NEU.Wot NWVi and 1 7 II lOll Unknown ._ W1 of 5W44 of MEI4____ I 8 II 70 Unknown __________ 10.n prayer to God should Influence y ,I A iti

tj and Bar Sta and E1,, of. 8W%. of NWyb..9 7 II .0 Mra. Leah Sapp----- 11.01 N% of NW"'W of Ity es your decision. Especially was this
In ft, E B2V4 ft. ( ---- 8.18, 1 I.a A In NIU Cot and sfly .
N 105
1 m ft, W 62V ft to besT sW'.4 of all\4-----------: I 7 II t0 Unknown ______-- 11.11 right of way_____.___ I 1 II ,11. W. O. .al._________ 11.11 the position of Ellmelech. because .
|, > --1e 11 R..A. Qreen....___ lt.87 Com at NW Cor or NE\4 of n..1I' .t M..OI n. or % of his two sons ':.
family Including
I lot In VtaiVeHBoundedIbr SWVi and run 1'8 10 rdef: Mlle poet on N line Sec I ,N
St, W by 1 S 20 rd*. W rd. 8 and run S 90 .: ., .' unmarried. ,
Jackson
20 rd* to bee;-5 A_____ S T ItT I C. Gllaaon ft .liA"ti.23 I I
and S byIA 188 for a starting pt, :
Jndewon lane ------ S.07 The first five verses of the Book Vii' '
Jet-. N 8 A of NBVi of NE% of said being 50' from r (
| Andrew St and E and by BUt jjEVi ___ __-________u_- S 11 a Mr. J. 11\\ Coleman.8WV ._ 4.45 cent.r to fly trk.f thence ,". h hB ,_ ..' : of Ruth are:
eon ..
11 R. A. Oreen____ 18.77 N86AOf NWVi\ of SWli --- 'i iwaa '
S
Original Town______-18 u% degrese E' parallel .- 'f' "When the Judge ruled there '
S A B' of Highway.__ 8 T St 11 Henry fE ,
ex ihe55
bore certain pieces ofd Mitchell a r.___ '.89 with ny 60 thence N e ,
dmcrlhed In three ', W% of NEVi of SWVi.._ 8 .1 tt tO J} A. Oelaer.--- 9.01 % degrees. JO to ft -ri' oJ.'- 'a famine In the land. And a +
r'lln deeds from Chaa. .. N44(, of NE'4_of-NW _____ e 7 II 80 Mike Dew _______-,,, 10.88 thence N 84% degree. {b certain man of Bethlehem-Judah, !
NFf of NE14 %_ e .7 13 10 Ida Butler 60 ft thence 8 % degree. -
Alvaresrt 4.19
Pace Jan to A.( L. rettt of NEye____________ e 7 It 40 000. C. Wbjt.---. O.- -W.- ... W 40 ft to beg In went to sojourn In the country) of i

:; In 2'01:096:; : of a Alderman _______.-:. 11.80 NW% of NII'4__________. I 1 U B. C. Ow.le"_______ '.11 Moab, he and his wife, and his two t teons.
B of road exInANB
.d> on ISO. 181 NE% of NWVi Beg" at a pt on W side. of
agic; 'a ofdford And the name of the man ',
_., Public CopCandnNof right N line
:1 ....
\ Countr_______18 S IS A. L. Alvares.. ? 47.74 ,. Sec 8 : .ra-no S on Swe1: "" was Elltnel h, and the name of his + ,
of NWV4 B) of road .J- f
lot of land In Starke SWVi a. ., right of way 96 yds,' W :;::
: (ft N mid S br HO ft and BEVi of NWVi ex t of AIn --.j. ,. 86 yds. N II yde. to said .... 1:".- ....14:. .. '!" !'7""" wife, Naomi, and the names of his )
and W Hounded N by SB Cor ana all W'A fI.o line. thence II on .Id two sons Mahlon and Chillon.-
and E by Sanderaon of BE% of r \vu ofbranch line to ..-% A. In NE'.4
r __,._ __ ZI S SS J. W. Harrell... r 10.15 and N of of NWI4 _.__________ I I litO. A. Youn.bI004.____ C.II And Ellmelech Naomi's husband J' ,
NWVi E of road---. .---- 5 T 11 91 A. H. John.--- ..... i NE Of NFJ'4_-5 1 II to W. a. Seala____ IO.U died, and she was left with her two s ,
on 8 line of Fuller NEVi of SWVi\ and all NWVI SWya of NEVI of SE\4 ofNWy S
i and run 8 178 ft. W of SE% Vr of Rr and ailSWVi ___11 8 II I mrneat 11'. ar.en.___ 1.11 ona. And they took them wives,, !q1 u .
) (t, N 375 ft backtier to of NE% W of Rr W ot 81Cy of SWy of of the of Moab
land, thence B' to and N of branch and all i HW'4 ___ .________ 11 1.1 1 Unknown ___on....... 1..t women ; the name
< alio I lot 110 ft Nd E% of aE% of BWVi N 't?, 1 A .q Iylnf Parallel withfly of the one waa Orpah, and the i .!
S by 210 ft E and W of branch _____________ 5 j, n II L. right of way In NW
It.7'
coded. N by Ada Sau- WK et SW% of aw\4____ 5 1 U IIJ Mr.. Z. WO..A---d-------- 7,11 Cor nf BM, of NW%_____11 I II 1 f. E.k8h.lly0.Moorer. 1." name of the other Ruth; and they 1
Bet 110 ft 1'1' of NW 'Cor of dwelt there about 41
AiI 8W% of 8W% il R7 ten years And
bTMnryJnnerOreenne S IS --> A. 1* Alvares__ 10." NW% of NE% and run 8 __ :!_ II II Unknown ______ 1,618N
iS, n, 2725. 17. 88. 210tt2420ft.N110ftw of aof, 823:%.____ .11 I II 40 R. C. H.lb.r..r. _____ 16.10 Mahlon and Chillon died. Then she ; i
0( Blk" 3 R. N.: oJ.: 410 ft to b....________ II 2 Mlle. Robinson --- 1.11 of NF.U:. I .U .0 C. H. .___ "..01N:9' arose with her daughters-in-law-
>f> Addition to Starke S5 AOf E% of SW% of W ft i
]Ely'< of 8BV4_________St 6 SSe R. A. Thomas____ .... 81J14! ___ ______ 8 .7 II 5 Ia. Iumphr.----.w I." :: : of tvlZ ::OVlP. 1 I hat she might return from the r

9. 30, 81, 82. 8S, 14, IS. All a\o\ of 8wrbof NW% take) ___ _____________11 a If I LawrenC.D.v.lopingCo. I.U I country of Moab. Wherefore she r, I l
W 01 road_____.______._ 5 i II 1 aeo
( C
Elk 3 R. N. DOW- White, Aft. 1.00 4W'4 of NEy 8 and W '
r. Addition to Starke S1i, of 82334 of SE% and 8 AIn -- AIr"Ry-14 A _-_-_-___ .12 8 II U n. C. nalber..r____ 8.U went forth out of the place where

NEIL' of SBVi_________19 ssss R. F. D.mor..t__ ".19 SB Cor of "SWVi of A% of SIU'4, of U I II .0 Unknown ________ .oa she was, and her two daughters- rr r
II In Qaiklna Add to -_- --- --_- Hn. '. W. Andrews..... 1..9 Lot. S. I of BEnNK
rite ___It 8 4 B. A. Oreen..... ".n AlflU of N% r Eff and of SKY of 5EV --______ .II 1 II 10 N. T, .branch__ '.12 in-law with her And Naomi said w. t,
I In Ueakini Ana to 8% of / road. 8 T It 111 Oeo. C. White Act- 13.19' Nu of NW\4 of 811'4 .x mIf unto her two daughtera-ln-law, Oo, a ,, t ,
rice __. III e is 4 Edward Burns -.---._ cUt SE% of NTk-r-oTB-vf-of 1 II ", Ald.rm*.____ 11.10 A and ." Lake 10 A.II S II C D. O. 8t.wart__ 1.41 return each to her mother's house ,.1 I
>. 7 In 6aekln. Add A In \ \ 11 2.5 A In BE Cot of BEyof ;
St ark. .___________t> s ss 8 A. D. Coburn...,.. 13.10 NE 44o rfSw1iWf0srBTof' I ->. C Wblt.. A....---- I.00 NW% and E 030 ft N the Lord deal kindly with you, as i 4 4 4ye
V >, 3, 4, 5, 8 of Blk Lot of NEVI of SW% .
I In Qaaklna Add to) NEVi ___ _-________ T T SI 10 Oscar Oaterman 5,41 :IIf1 11 i II 11 8ldne" IL Dodcl..___ 11.92 have dealt with the dead, and
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rice _______,15 S SS S Mr. On I. II'reemaD__ lt.il Lot 1. 8. 11, 11 1 In inn IAin NWCorofSWya with me. And they said unto her d 14 i
Dlv of NE"% and .n NW4Nj of _____ _11 II 1.1. IL Lawr.no.___ 1.89
.et NE Cnr of NEVi of NEVi B of o.hj: -....i" T 11 41 J,M. Truby.NWVi ....__. _. 11.18 \4 A In SENW44 ( or of thatpor.- ) surely we will return with thee 4
and run W S70 ft ; of NWt4 lion of NE% of BE" 1- unto thy people. And they lifted d
> Pt nf beg." thence 8 and NEVi of SWVi- T T 11 180 Jos. W. Preyatt..--- II.I. Int. N of Ill being i1 ft up their voice, and wept again and + .."
:' Highway, the no. 8E Car of E% of N and S b' 111 ft E and ; Zb ,
10 ft tn Qr 8.o line sVvi of NIII4..n _____. T T 11 S Lacy Bitch ._--- 1..01 W parallel with R I II Peter Gaines _____ 1,718W Orpab kissed her mother-in-law; ; 1
me N 39S ft to'I.n4! NVi of BBV of IQE% and % of 514314 x rnSWCot but Ruth clave unto her."
:. thence E to *..- BWVi of NRV4 and N% of andl ex ;, 111AA___-._U 1 II 11 Mrs. B. W. Pat u __ '.U
A .h. _' ______ 25! I- -11Wilbur- n Holtaendorf..... ii.itt NWVi of .SBVi.. ,=_.---- 8 T 11 !80 I !Unknown "'-.______ S414 1 SW Cot of SW% ot14! It was customary for friends togo ; M
8W Cor "!Madlion N ofBE'4 NE\4\ of E-.____ P T 12 :20 Frank A. 8..V___ '.11 ARID .: II J. H. Lawrenc.__ '.04 a short distance with '
" Myrtle Btt. and run of NEI4_7---- I 4 II .1) J. E. 8"lIIyan____ 1$ 935W W% of SEVi of NBVi\ .____11 I It 80 ". w jaokion.. .. ... '.11 a partinggue.t
J n Myrtle st 420 ft. W of Nti:"" ______..___ I T n .0 .1. W. Andr..... A Soa_ 11.10 Beg. at NK Cor of BBV4 of on a return home. j t
ft'; N 420 ft to Madl.then W40 of 8W'% of NW\4--to' 10.T. H. Dixon-----_. '.01 NEVi and run S 450 ft l When Orpah decided to return to.
b _.______10 7 40 Frank A. Swaa. W fi
| e E on "aid'to NW of % n 18.01 for a pt of heir. thence d
," rt' bee. In 0... NW of 8W\4--------let 7 .0 R. B. Sullivan____ 18.01 1117 ft.S110ttE1117ftto her mother's house, Naomi Aid to I 'd
'I Add to Stark NW of NEu__ .._______to 7 II 40 -----___ 11.81 See line, thence N 170 Ruth "Behold '
A S 11 S C. S. Holtiendorf1S 11.10 SFJ%. of SW\4 oNW%----1t I .1 10 Unksnown Orlffl.__ 1.81 ft to b-ar.. _..._ -..llNRV4 I tl If John 8. Orlner.I ....__ 10." thy sister-in-law lac-
216: "ft W ofawCoVSf"'IS1" .,. NW of NW'.41 T 11 10 z. z. Orlffl._____ 1.11 of NBVi of NEVi-----14BEVi 11 10 Unknown ?_.- ?__ 4.45 gone back unto her people, and
and Myrtle Sts 8NE\ of % of 8W'4I. J n .Tad.e Knlff.n ___ '.11 of NEV" ex 4 A In NW unto her gods: return thou after- '
JJ".81: % of ____ to Unknown .__ 11." Cor and .x71.1AinSW
I" St.thence on 8of\ 823-__f1 1 ::1 10 W. O. 8ea1s______ 11.14 Cor also 7 1.1 A In NE thy slster-ln-Iaw. And Ruth said { ,
, lV.M J t. E 110 ft. g\4 of SW-------1S 7 to In.. lye,. Pollard____ 11.10 Cor of NBVi of BKV4__Ii I IS It Lillian don.wer. ........11.11 entreat me not to leave thee or to ,
0 bee and des- N'" BF of NE%__I T. f 10 Mra. Bartl. T.rr.U_' .... Dee at NW Cot of BWVi of 1Q +
oted 1\ map of Oar \4of .40 In.. lYe" Pollard_ 11.10NW NWVi and run S 450 ft. return from following after thee; 1
kL Ad* to 8ta._. a. or 8W of 9w4id for a pt of beg thenee S for whither thou goest Z will t
A Hlk$1 5 S B. C. Holtsendorf1S '.U A In 8 Cor of NBI4 570 ft. B! tot ft to publlo go; k1
Blllethlmnd bounded; B 01 BWOf SW8and W road thence Northweit and where thou lodges I will -0 '
of ditch___ l/ T .1 11 W. L. Bugg-._ I." said road to net
by WeetmorelandR5. ------ ---- up a pt lodge; thy people shall be ,
NE\4 of 8E14. of SII\ .. 1 ft S of Qr gee line, my people J'
toy by N line of 8KVi A.. In BE Cor and 'fa I A thence W 814 ft to be*. .14NWVi 1 SS 10 John 8. Qrlner_.. __4. 11.41 and thy God my God: where
of t! 1 I. P. Wlnterllna _..-_ 0.18 of NW\4\ nf SE% of SIC\4-11 T II 11 I. B. Pr.yatt.____ 10.11 of IIFJ% of NW andN10ftofSWofIBVI thou dies will I die, and there willI 1
nt 9E4 DounA Com .t NW Car of 81i, of
'kl' olIn Add to SFJ% of aE% .nea run iii of NW r. U I ft 10 Ruby A. Hares_______ ...1 be burled: the Lord do so to me.
nmereland t, W b.,. 207 ft for Dt of beg, ftW\4 of % __16 S3 40 LelB-li. M. peareall...,., 11.01 and more also If ought but death 1 1
Bt and N thence E 214 ft. 8 16 ft. 8W14 of 62314 o! sN
",alkln. Add to'r W IU ft. N 711 fI to b.11 T II Cecil IHlnlr.. f.11 Ill ft ofNSfIQ_ 11 S SS 10 Ruby A. Bayea_ 4.17 part thee and me. When aha (Naomi

' '' S IS 1:1.0: Boyd. -- --- 1.01 Lot 11 of Elk 14 In Hampton Bet at BW C r % ) saw that she was P
8W rnr of BE. otlf .,. --------------1. T II I. 11'. lolanaon......04" ".10 and run B 1110 ft. N 110ft steadfastly ,
0end col A of E\4 I Lots 10, 11 1!of Hlk 14 for a pt of bog, thence minded to go with her, then she
1 _' 0 SS 11 Mrs. V. Toreuella_ S1.59 and Lota (h. 14, 11. ti 17, run N 110 ft, W 110 ft, S left speaking unto her. And
? iii a- T--1I 15, 11 ,, Elk In Hampton Ito ft, 110 ft to be..._IS S 11 1 Laura MoLeodS ___ '.21 so
Nand bValIan ._! --- !. :It T II 3. F. lola..oa....._ 11.0. 111i, 0 1423E of NW% of ... they two went until they came to

n4.f' Rounded N Lots 1,2. 1,1,5L7A 1/ NW% ___ ____________U 11 1 Walter Deal y ,-. ....- '.06 Bethlehem." The remainder of the
14... 14cAr 10,11 1. 11. Ie and W 2$ Com at NK Cot of NWVi of '
"p. T.i7iE d. ft of Lots "i 15. 10. II, II NWVi and run 8 40 yd* Book of Ruth .la a beautiful historyof

y y t bud .etan any ;:1n all 28 4.kliJ 8T.. W 70' yd*, S 70 yda, fear the ancestry of Jesus Christ. .
C. J. ub Divof af 4. W 1 f I

.:, 0 SS S C. A. rnteb.SS ......_- .... :fWoL 8E% s E 26ft Rim. yd..djj 440 yda to
:' : 1t 7 U J. r. lohn.on ,,_, 11.41 : beg ....--.-_-._ISW S IS' 10 J. W. Jackson..._ 4.S1 "OTICIG or TAX 1114UlALI.ATIOr.r. r t
I InISW Lou 33. 19. 10 !1. I' .. W of S Evf and SWVi and The board of .qutl .r of the r
I A Corr.and 0 14 Unknown II." 85 f& In C. I. W..k. Sub WV4" of NWVi__________188W S SS 100 Leigh M. Pearsall--? City of .Starke Florida 1 will meet at
it : a .i"-Jijll I Diy 11 T II B. .J. Tort .._ ...11N of NBVi of NBVi ex 1 AIn the elty hall In the Clerk'. office on r
L2h1 t In 5B % of NE1( ale ew","ofNE NW Cor ale 1 A InBB Tuesday, Auguit 15th. 1911, aa a>
lI.f A of N1I\\6\\ %. I..a I A rllbt of Cor of iiw"% of NEVi-38 I ill let Evallna\ Barton_._ '.?/ board of equalisers for: : the purpose a ,
Yq f < SS S Mantle Johns ........_ II." way and 8% of NEI4. of Lot 1 ____.......IT 84 Lel..h M. Peareall_ U.II of hearing. oomplmlnta and rcelvlnteatlmony *. N
,ift Illfind35;; NW" I.... I A In 811I Cor.1It 7 II 111 lass Iy.J' Pollard.- 4'.41 Lot i _____h, _i_ I,i n I, ** 8 It 17 Leigh M. Pearaall...._ 11.11 : aa to value of o te,' 4,
ctt,, aide or N1I\\6\\ N1i of1\fE. or NW%--IO T II 10 M..a. ".ml. H. Maad .... Lots 8. I, .. 4.______ _i$ t 11 111 Lela-h. M. Pearsllr.$011. rX. real. or personal or -r.s:: :, ae 1 i7'.
i J\t- -1I 8 St 1 Mamie Johns....... ..- 1118 NI'JI% Of 8W Joha Levtt--_. ._. 11.11 18 A on m aldl. of LoT 8 fixed br the tax aaaeaaor for the I- '
W y NEya: _.89 a tt r 1 Mamie Johns .......-.. 1.70 S of NW\6\ of BW14, _.. I. T II 24 Unknown __.... -.,.4 1008 ..d.1I L<>t. 7, 8.r.--____18 t SS tS IL O. Alderman._ S8.lt rear 1911, against the owner or r n o. .
'a Cor S 11 II L W. Andrew...- 18.83 E, of 811'4 of "E\4------1O T II 2. I. A. Killebrew .... Lot 4 ex II A In NB Cor agent of such property. ,7 .4
i rl tor of-ew OiJl III I 1.1 A of 111'.114.' or 8Wf4.s and lot t .. It A on B O. W. ALDERMAN sa 0
ttland'! alll; 'VI(' by 1-1 A In liE Corlet f II IS Unknown -...,.,...,,,, ..tIt aide and all Lots 3. 8, t, Chairman I Council
City
-1!: __ _... 1 IS S A. D. Coburn.SS --- 18.39 W% of 8P.% of 8E%__IO f .1 .0 Ira 1.. Ad.m.,-,.-....,_ .... 10. 11,. It, It, 14 16------18 S SS 481 Let.h K. Pearsall._ ..._ 14178 City of Starke. Florida.. ;
ny : { a cW iJt N% of 8W14 of SW421 T II 3e 2ra &. Adams L't Lots .. -, '. .. 5, rfor Frsc.1; "t 1
hEty A' 8% of Bw of 8W _11 f II I. A. JCII1.br.. tCATki
"Ii after N U 8" f. If .6T LeTsU-M. : Pearean.__ 104-51 ; 701t1Y8: (
et 811:%._3. S .TS Unknown II." aW'A.or %, tl_ t.II. .0 a. t. Hu.aapU.7----. : Lots 1.t'"i., .-.._"TTTTiris S 11 141 Lelgb M. Pearaall.._ II." City Clerk. ,..uletl..1Lax.ea.e" ;





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Bradford .County Telegraph For ECONOMIC a good many HIGHLIGHTS months we've Maybe You've. lcC5INfi'M; Py//4jj5: / i

*; 4 Established 1877 been talking about recovery. At 1 1al

c -IS' first, that talk principally repre- Heard It But
it Published Weekly Fridays and Entered as Second Class sented optimism. Then some ac- ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida tual signs of recovery began to appear -
The indexes took on a more
esE
cheerful tone. Now there's 110 THE DOG CURE

L. Matthews____-,------___________Editor and Owner longer any question about it. Re- One way to stop people from

covery is here. There's hardly an talking about their newest opera
; t p SUBSCRIPTION RATEr Industry that Isn't feeling new tion and "what the doctor says" e t

; Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance blood in its veins these days. (That! Is If you want to stop them.
A recent New York Times' sur- Personally It's all right with us.)
4 Advertising Rates on ApplicationPay vey is a good example. It Is based would be to go back to therold and

on six of the most trustworthy bar- unromantic days of medicine suchas

day for IoU,of folks is also play day. ometers automobile production, are described by Dr. Howard .

i i O- steel mill activity, lumber productlon -, 'v. Haggard In his recent book, t f+
electric power output, freightcar "The Lame, The Halt, And The
Wonder how many babies will be named NIRA? loadings and cotton forward Blind."

o ings. On March 18 the combine I _

i A building: boot is in progress at Kingsley Lake. index stood at 60.0. On July 1 it Dr. Haggard says that obituary nLR2oa i
of better
!
reached
had 97.3gain
Jl'_ _. notices are not very entertaining 44YSFetlaoao70 '
0 than fifty per cent literature as a rule, but that the ""v '
Marry in haste :Fund pay alimony the same way Here are some reports, mostly folowlng throws light on the kind J 1.SOO EGl"if EWRY07WEK "-

0 based on Department of Commerce of home medical treatment that ; YlA1t.

with his mouth findings: was practiced In the early days of !
4pJ A is who can
diplomat a person yawn Commodity Prices-There has I
j this country. The notice appearedin
f closed. ; been a continued upward movement newspaper called the "Con- II I t1a : ____

__J 0 necticut Courant." It is under the -

"No special session" is Governor Sholtz's story and he E m p I and 0 y men widespread.tImprovementmarked During data of April 23,1797 and reads:, f

'"Died at Southlngton, on Sunday -
la 'I ,I seems to be sticking: to it. June more than 600.000 person
the 15th Instant, Levi Woodruff -
o found work In manufacturing and ,

The sloth may be a lazy animal] but it never lets go of one sixteen, irrespective non-manufacturing of agriculture Industries ., "He, aged felt 43.himself considerably Indisposed IN;RRJT OIL I ilWASJUNK/iV/

branch until it has a firm grip on the next. railroads and other fields. I on Thursday. At eve- o W,4J'69J fEErDF PAND At2oucwtjv "

o Finance -Until very recently ning, feeling his Indisposition increasing :lO Bt4RIUJ.S Pfea4Y# ANE'E &,

i weeks without food but stock prices moved constantly up a physician was called in.
Scientists fleas' two
say an go
The recession that followed Is ol From a slight degree of hydrophobia 4
X 4
our dog thinks that Very few of them do. no particular Importance; It is the physician was alarmed with ,. II I

it o principally the result of profit apprehension of canine madness; i
r taking In a speculators' market. but having never heard, through a I
An ever increasing number of people are beginning to t \11\\n1\t1AfA\Q
Construction-In the first half neighbor, of the patient having
,' '1 know where the next meal is coming from of June contracts represented the been exposed to be bitten, he sug- ( II II'I

_ r o highest activity since fall. Most gested nothing, at that time, of his ''I

Ike Figures show that the button business is better. Maybe I pronounced gain was In nonresi- feai"s' On the morning of Satur- i \ It ItI ,
dential construction. day he saw him again, and, observing C
people eating again and popping them off.
are Transportation-Railroad car- an Increase of the same symptom ) I

r o loadings are much better than last suggested the Idea to the fam- (
{ BLdfEMAsKl.0
If this recovery! thing keeps up lots of jobless will no year at this time, and Improvement Ily. It was recollected by them, WAS JZAISSO aBY F=
that for a length of time, the j
,has been sustained patient -
: longer have for being without work. SAN M4R/HDIItrOA'JNA
p any excuse ,
__ Automobiles-It Is! customary had trained a small dog belonging -
SfCOMDwono oYE' kNOIfV/N7WA ...,
o for a seasonal decline to appear In to the neighboring family, -
And lots of people thought they were kidding when they June, This year there was an increase to lick an ulcerated sore within 77/r'Om' ..86INQN
Instead. In May passengercar his ear, for the benefit towards its / 7wg LONQONZ00.iEfRSTPNOrN9. QAPYII, aVE of.act"
said several months that
ago prices were going up. '
output was 56 per cent, above cure; that four weeks previous to .. ,.IiI\-,,.. ;,;: r.l'-\ .,.,'_. ." t1)/.SDHS NOsr pecr4CUG4de,
o the monthly average for the year. that time the dog was put to lickIng '.. 770NS.

;, It is hoped that Farmers' Week will be restored next Chemical Industries-Customarl- the sore; that the operationwas
I -
It is institution by in this section. ly experience a seasonal drop in more than commonly painful, .
year. an many -
Is to sit
right now In the
_ fJ. enjoyed June; this year the drop has not and that's/small breach was madeIn steady Gasoline Consumption
occurred, and prices have risen. the skin of the ear by the tongue boo Late I boat and pull on the oars.
A Massachusetts sign painter has had eighteen operations Foodstuffs Activity greater ot the dog; that the next day the ,, a Has Increased Slightly

in twenty years.. What a fascinating conversationalist Payrolls in all groups, with the exception dog was affected with symptoms And: right now ought to be a I
he must be 1I I of flour milling, higher. ot madness, and the day followingwas c5o elassif/ pretty good time to remind you I Bradford County used 60,649 p!.
I Wholesale food prices advancing. killed. The physician was soon again that the National Recovery Ions of gasoline during the manU:
I '
u Lumber-Continued Improvement convinced that the disorder must By RUSSELL KAY program will have its effect In ad- of June, an increase of thirty-foui
A rabbit's foot isn't always good luck. A California bank or me last: Jew montns during May have proceeded- from the virus Infused Seen...,. Florida Prep Aiaioe vancing commodity prices. If you gallons over the amount used doting

,J4 robber dropped one1'and police are using it as a clue to aid in and early June. Western pine output into the sore by the dog. .... are wise you'll step out now and May, according to figures n
4l;. ( capturing him. > recently touched the comparatively Through the whole of Saturday he Well we rfeem to be 'bavin an buy the things you need before leased by the Inspection bureau o
d
high level of 35.7 per cent of was constantly craving water; but awful time tryin' to crowd the job prices advance.A the Department of Agriculture.
o capacity. was thrown; into the most violent of Collector of Internal Revenuefor .
long while back a wise old bird
These disarmament conferences do accomplish some- Steel-There has been continued agitation upon the sight of it." Florida on to some unfortunate named Benjamin Franklin wise- QUADRUPLE ELECTKOCtTIO''
Y contraseasonal Improvement. In victim? First we tried to slip one
thing. result
We're building thirty-two new warships as a cracked that a penny saved was a
i of the last the latter part of June activity Dr Haggard says that the newspaper over on Herbert Felkel, editor of penny earned and I'll bet if he were For the first time In its hlstor,
one. reached fifty per cent of capacity, item then goes on to describe the St. Augustine Record but Herb passin' out advice today he'd tell the State Prison Farm will have

p" o the highest in two years, and has with painful ralnutesness the gruesome said: "No thanks, I'd rather 'die a you that the best way to save quadruple electrocution. Four ne
It is only through labor and prayerful effort by grim advanced since. A year ago rate details of Mr. Woodruff's inevitable natural death." money under present conditions groea, under sentence to be axe

energy and resolute courage that we move on to better things. was about sixteen per cent of ca- demise, and concludes with Then we tried to sneak up be- would be to spend it for necessities. cuted next week for the murder
pacity. a. note of thankfulness on the hind C H. Reeder of Miami and hit a Pompano fish dealer, are on thel
-Theodore Roosevelt] Textiles Production Increased thoughtfulness of the sufferer in him over the head with it when he Alert business houses are callin' ;way to Raiford. They were take

4' 0 sharply In May and continued into retraining from biting any of his wasn't looklnr but C. H. ducked,out this fact to the attention of the from the Broward County jail an'

P The Times-Union comes forward with the suggestion June, with consequent gains In rlenda. from under and once again we public through the liberal use of placed under a heavy guard for tin
newspaper advertisin' There
both> employment and payrolls found ourselves runnin around in space. trip.
w that if debts so that can't at night never was a time when the
your worry you you sleep Prices rising MUSIC FOR MEASLES circles with a nice fat juicy pieceof local
'; ; try sleeping in the daytime. Paper-Sharing in the general Another method of treating disease pork and gettln' just about aa merchant had a more interestin orconvincen' stimulate sales and clear the"
+ V o Industrial gain. In June, for the In ancient days was by the use far with it as we would at a Yiddish -' story to tell. By the Intelligent shelves of old stock which a thrift)
first time since February, 1930, ot music. Instead of being the picnic. use of newspaper adver.tisin' public will be eager to buy In tin
Ocala papers record 'what is probably the first case on hlpment of newsprint exceeded at this time merchants will face of a rlaln' market.
of breakdowns
cause nervous as Then somebody handed Mr. '
1 record of a policeman arresting and then eating his victim. those of the corresponding month are many radio programs today, Roosevelt a slip of paper with the -

1 The,culprit was a huge bullfrog ot the preceding year. music was actually used In an effort name of E. J. Larson on it and

bb hl 0 Increased Wool-Rising output.prices Prospective accompany wool to make people well. beln" anxious to get the monkey HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
Dr. Haggard tells of browsing business over with and back to his
r? How many native Floridians] have ever eaten papayas, clip is affected by bad weather in
through an 'old medical book and National Recovery program Franklin -
mangoes nectarine; sapodillos surinan cherries, and love tales.Australia and Western United corning across'the music for the ,don't even bother to ask Mr. AND B WIN

7 apples, all products of this' state? Silk-Deliveries Increasing since dance of the tarantatl. It was Fletcher or*}tr. Trammel!, or anybody -
played to treat disease. else, i fie just goes'' ahead and '
o first of the year, now close to nor- appoints Mr Larson. v The! Favor of Other Men
Next to ; beauty parlors said to be excellent mal. The author goes on to say:
newspapers' are Silver-Recently touched 38 V4 "Where that music 'Is played And now Mr. Trammell is all hot Urlfvo: pints of .xpcet them to gt rid of ibis pof.,.MdMtroyi
places to start a'riews story circulating-Gainesville.Evening rents since May, there is a girl a young and bothered and says it ain'tnothln' your pirional ehinn. They cut
highest price
.t& News What.About. barber shops? 930. 1'11'1. She has lain cold rigid, and short of grand "Lnrsoiy"to :! I of do It.your for they bowiU only and mon tint out donnt Uu tail takeaway aid

0 One of the most important factors pale until In haste the musicians appoint Larson. We hope Sir. enough of the decayed pol..& G.
have been called. Then her head Larson don't feel hurt. m..u won't help at all.
In the present trend, is the f 10
The Tallahassee Democrat thinks that while women sew Oily a fr. flow of your kite JoiN
way seasonal Influences are being rolls wearily, a hand follows the top thl. dmypoleon In your how.l..TIM
eral years ago went swimming in Mother Hubbards the girls overridden. A hundred Industriesare tempo Her body stirs. She rises. i on. mild vegetable medldne which Ham
The national indoor Cwtwi'
sport right a free flow of your bile Juice li
of today remind one more of Mother llubbard's cupboard. showing Improvement at a time Wearily, dizzily she sways to the now seems to be writln" codes. After .f"I: Little Lt.... J'IIIL No eelonwl (mtroirr,)
1 t when a summer decline almost invariably music. She becomes steadier; afoot llstenin' to the President'sspeech In CerUr'e. Only flne. mildxtrmete. .pIa f
0 .
buck owe
If you would bring
the her
Another excellent taps ground; movements -
occurs. last week a lot of folks &re parboil charm to win own, stare WI"Ca.
In answer to our request for some light on the subject Blgi\ Is the continued decline grow faster-faster. Now lust beginnin" to realize that there .....'. Little Liver Pllle aMordlntf .u
she leaps into the air again and a direction today. 86* at drug .to....
failuresa
: of pronouncing Secretary Ickes' name the Umatilla Tribune In the number of business
; really Is such a thing as a National a.,,.. "omethlBI Just ai Rood", tor e
r says that a mild case of hiccoughs might be of some help. field in which some of the fury of movement she twitches, Recovery Act and that its proVft'sions nay.crlpe.. looien teeth or...Id rwtum.Atfor .
blackest marks of depression have twists, and'jumps; her dance has Carter'. Little Llrer Fill by "w*
become apply to everybody.Just and get what. ak for. enl3.CJtc.
g 1 o been registered the past few years. a whirlwind of motion. yen
A man has been discovered in New York City who be- i "But look at the spectators- how the thing is gain'.to -
are women work out or what is goln' to ht"*
lieved that Hoover was still President. Wonder how he ac- Light from the sun reaches us In there and there are ,
men,' swaying ia the'xmiBkv their pen, nobody seems to know. Afly* INSURE WITH
'counts for this fellow Roosevelt whose name occassionally 499 seconds.The hands twitching. And now with how It'. done one thing already.

l gets into the papers Franciscan Ilk monks founded yes fixed and faces rigid one after got a lot of folks thinkin about .
__ IT "'/".*,1''. San Diego in 1769. another join the girl in the center somethln besides the depression. Johns & Wainwright

2 -- I ot the crowd. Ten twenty, thirtyare While the Government Code tl Ica:tI tIus
They tell us that so far the C. C. C. boys have chopped
; Cotton ia Egypt's chief crop. leaping wildly In that widening how many hours we can work \\'E HANDLE
,{ down more trees nUkitig\ camps than they have set out In Egypt the cow was sacred to circle of spectators. and what salaries we must pay, it
e Y However they'll have plenty of time to make up the loss in sis. "If you wish to stay for hours fails ,to explain just what we are FIRE.and LIFE AUTO and ACCIDENT

.' ; /. the next six months many hours, far into the night- supposed to use for money or ffa* INSURANCEYour
; Ancient Egyptians paid divine the dance will finally cease and the vide a means of speedln' up collections

o honors to a bull, which was cared tired musicians atop. They have not to a point where our Income Patronage Will Be Appreciated
x A. E. Schilletter'' of Clemson College says that a farmer for by the priests.Diaphanous dared stop until the young girl, the will at least balance our outgo.,,, .

who has a home garden an orchard a cow a sow, and a hen women, and the men have fallen tothe The problem of puttln" the .icfc (CHARLEY E. JOHNS and N. D. WAINWRIGHT, Jr.
hatchetfUh are nam- ground exhausted., And as the into operation Is a gigantic one and(
; together with field of-feedstuff- is like a poker player with ed on account of their shape and dancers fall, one by one they Its only chance for success rests

4. a five aces-he can't'Jose' = transparent body. drawn away footgear ragged, on the willingness of i every indlvtdual -*'
?' -,f- ,' 0 clothing torn, bodies swollen-un- to play the game accordfa"
The sandstone pinnacles in the conscious. A band of cloth Is put to the rules and work shoulder;to
J' All the gold minecj'in the world since Columbus discovered "Garden of the Gods," near Colorado about their bodies, tied and then shoulder with the other fellow .all

E A America amount to about $22,413,000,000. Which, Springs, once lay horizontally. twisted tightly with a stick; perhaps the way( through. a

as Arthur Brisbane would sagely remark vas; a large sum oft Many duck farms. In New York their someone abdomen.pressed They a stir foot upon It (ts not the Intention of the gov- I $
again;
money then, is a large sum_ of 'money now.'and will be a large tate market 60,000 to 100,000 they stagger to their feet, numb, ernment to handicap or place unfair .

t>r : s r sum of money a thousand years from now. I' birds the flrsUslx months of every tired I but happy-troubles, worries, At the regulations same time on it any expects business all of;: ,
yeara. fears, and sorrows forgotten in thesensebenumbing
o us to so adjust our affairs as to -
a 8. exhaustion of I.I
Florida issued a-mandate several weeks ago commanding Florida's shipments of fruit, etc., physical Exertion. provide the maximum amount of 1

all county superintendents 't>f,education to employ only bona averages "one carload every' five work at a living wage to the end
I minutes the that the national buying power
fide residents of, the Stats off Florida as teachers in the public !: year.round" If the old boys had: tte right will be 1 increased and the amountof r

schools here. Irf' ''retaliation the state superintendent of American capital has done much Idea present day marathon dancers unemployment sharply reduced. 1 Jp

schools in Alabama-gave..orders. that all Florida teachers in toward the development mining should b$. about theihappleat, The plow call for 10O.per cent /OR FURTHER INIORMATION-
properties. people on earth*. But personally, loyal co-figaratlon. Under the able WRIT! THK CCMCNT ERVICt?' +'
the public schools] of Alabama be released for the coming year. during, this, warm,weather weld leadership of the President and MAN CARK Of lPORTLAND

Which proves once again the stupidity of "Buy American"and The building occupied by the rather Just sit around In the shade those aldin him In the program we neaw .;

;i ? r; e all similar slogans. No matter how you figure you can't Historical Society of St. Augustine, with a glass of cold lemonade and can rest assured that a just and CEMENT ASSOCIATION
t 1 Fla.. Is the oldest structure In the let our troubles worries,.fears, and equitable enforcement of the new
have cake and eat it Heet B
1 i,, i ,- your too. United States sorrow have full sway. regulations will prevail. Our ,Jobf1r'f.t iUlna< Atlanta, Oa.

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