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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 6, 1928
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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.State Nominees 255,014 Ballots J 1 4fjfj J C.h' :'i AJtrict!: l I .r'... ..j.. 'I It't"l .V I >,.to. .Houston Meet: JOHN GRIFFIS Bank Of Starke ,. t.' _



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canvassing Iloartl Comptroller Amos KNtabll.shes: lire Houston Tex., June 29.-Goverie John Grlllla (64. residing in the Local, l-'lniine-lul In.t hut Ion\ Takes

1 Iiwiorrntlr,, Party's Selection-" *- oiil by! rolling 15<>, HO"nll'8 >r Alfred K. Smith; of New York Bnstern. part of t'own near the ballpark high I'oNltloninonjj; Itunks .

proclaims ind Senator Joseph T. Hoblnson of of Sill Ion. i .
I ,Vrkansas. died Krlduy at noon following

June 27.- Tallahassee, Fla.. June 27.- The democratic National Contention Inflictedvhe he p" .
wounds
Fla.
a-. ; put The Hank of Stark fur a longtime J .
Some interesting facts In connec- completed this 1928 presllentlal II.
Demratio- primary of 1928 I the barrel of shotgun, In his recognized an one of the "
'I'M The Btate tion with the recent Democratic ticket here with a whoop strongest and moat suroesHful ,. .t (
paRed uto Ijl9tor5r' being any this afternoon. and a short mouth and lulled I ho trigger.; He
primary are Just now banking Instltullonii In thin part '
ln board met and officiallylclaimeri brought to light with the announ- ; :Ima late concluded Its labors. lived nearly forty minutes after of Florida, made n mlil-year addition I. ,

party nominees for cement of the official tabulation. The olllolal total vate was. : Allen
'he to its surplus .
of $5,000.00
fl ho ICilOlt' I nit, with one side of his j
!!1 Mrs. Hoss 2: Harkley 1)) ;
general election. First of all, more first choice \I'.iiul.\ thus giving/ an additional
comllll> p- & "leti'her 7 Stephenson. 2 : Woolen 'nee and hfiul blown oft liy thelinrge. C I
tbe In the various votes were cast than ever before In ; ) "lifo-gilaI'd to Its depositors, andphll'lnJ .
Al, 'audldates and the history of the state. The total \? ,' 2 I !Moody ft 1-3 : Berry 11 1-2 : ; Grim \uis: hence! In the { the( value of Its stock on a f .

i.ce$aummnced both officially was 255,014, or more than ek 1 Coblnson 1.032 1-6. room at the Unit: and he'IIS iuegis of $1100.00: per share which I I
100.-j .
Qotllclnp" as apparently nomlnat- 000 more than the total .'t The nomination of the Arkauxaseuder. found' lying/ across lee boil with Itlv"M this. local Institution very .,,

B, rfr", riei-lare, the nominees of 1924, when another governor's 'r t ,.. light; .walllle"e.r like that In doubt of Smith from lust the :lm gun on the floor nearby when !1 high standing among tbe banks of ; '
fd
composed ot Secre- race occupied the attention of the 1 tho mil lull. .
The Doard') t eminent the roll call of slates wan ils I wife, attracted I I l hy (Ihe sound of ; ,,
and undivided I
Clay Crawford ahairmaft electorate. A blink's. mirpliiM ,
H.
f State itarteel IIw hot, WMU Into I tho room. .
laryof I '
General Fred Comptroller Ernest Amos Is lay- pi'otlln must ixi 11 al Its capital stock 1
Attorney It had. In fad, been. agreed ui- No: could bo itHHtKiieel for
and Comptroller Ernest ing claim to having established a roiiHiin li> cOt lit It' It to( a place on the "Holl '
H. Daw after assembling earl- record for votes cast for a single in I b> the leaders before the ses- Ilw ileoil I. iinlohs. bo was i In fear of of I Honor of American Hanks." ,
mei! ion started that I the balloting wan
t for driving automobile of each one hundred .
Bf.rln week to declare the noml8eea candidate. lie received 150,586 In 111'I'1'lIt an Only eighteen nut 1
he of ratification.
find that officials re- a three-mi n re.ee. That number he mere net while I I under tho Inlluencn I of 1 1I h nor. Ininkn have readmit. this C distinction. -
??' 10 TU'! Smith delegations; In the I
'
| > from[ Hlllsborough countyInn said, is the most ever cast for one ,onviMitlon joined hands with the 011I1'1'1' Alvarez had seized his car I The this Hank,diet of leech Starke bee. has but lij' :
not only won .tI
required ;
'11'' II upon forms man.Commissioner of Agriculture "iiwtherners to put the senate leadT mil a lIonel botllu( of mooimhlne, has. gone fur beyond It, lu surplus

Bhf IflW '' I through' with t the 1 ha req. It Is Ihl' day) before and II Is. *: nl fund) bring I twice as
142- > now
down
received Nathan pulled '7
Mayo
yes-
1'111 ,Mourns, ) were hf first time III many years. t that drunk at this time. Grltllsiiiiulo stock. 1 e I .
found to slightlyy7frflflI 500 for renomlnotlon and la believe Its capital) d I
,met were candlilato from the solid! Domo-. .
a his. after slallltig his
terda) turned over to theeeretaJ to be the runner-up In the escape A statement!! of tho! condition of 1
those memoran- number of votes cast for a ('railf South has found a place on MIT In a hole of water and made his I tho bank at the close of hiiHlnnsnon ..
by largest; ,-- I J
"I state t I he national ticket and the farts : ,
n home where It is alleged he Juno 30th Is/ published In to ,
of \ *
basis
candidate. way ,
the single ,1 j
it( was upon I. "CIW/iiU-- I to accomplish. much torand -
t Z1rMO expected
I dam returns that Mr. Otllclals here estimated that less CoR/'itrl./V MUI..Cfffff iWO South to the rirmeil hlll\ I'1t and waited. I the ,hiey'.. Telegraph. It IH worthy of :
memorandum reconclllnR
\ who '
of thom j
Crawford'he recently annou need the than 50 per cent of those voting It the democratic national convcn three sweltering weeks. This year he Mew Yorker's nomination. [ omlng of tlio ofllcorn. KollowlimliiHtructloim C tho careful i attention safe bunkIIIK :

Romplet, officials returns. first choice for candidates in races tlnn at Houston should give ad award goes" to Houston as a district delegate There were several rivals to from !Mayor Jonas lie 'ire connection.Hooking! a strong

I tabulations, which In- of tliree or more aspirants exer- but be will be beard from before but .30 4'' W "
The flnal be riohlnsou In the balloting(, was not moli'Htetl and the next day Whon'iiH tho banking law reiUlron l s '

I,laded( tlw officially certified re- cised the additional I prerogativegiven Cor service records It surely would the convention Is over. ions of I them serious. Hoblnsonrossed it 11 o'clock: he InllU-icil thee flit 111 a cash reserve ot 20; per 'j t,,
voted '
'urns from Hillsborough county, them by franchise and won by the delegates from the Fourteenth lIe has a habit of being beard from. (' the 100 mark by the time wound. iMit I tills\ statement shows that t the

'he' results In the principal second choice.It congressional district ot Ohio Starting at 21. he was elected mayor Iowa was reached in the roll of Dank of
; of the
held Sun
care officials llurliil servle-es were, ( iiHlt reserve
-jcef. totals which will go downn was also estimated by Ono delegate, Judge David Ladd of Kent. In his second term when itates. : cent at the

tht records of the state, as. fol- here that probably 75,000 Republicans !lloukwell national campaign managerfur :24 he was elected Probate Judge. Ho Massachusetts sent him above lay at the resilience, Interment following jlurke of was biiHlnefis 42 por an June 30th. In

voted in the Democratic McAdoo In 1034: can point to 3U. hat been chairman of his home coun- 200 with| her 36 votes Montana's at Crosby et'mete'ry, Uev.U lime excetpilliiRly strong
this
l''T'nlted, States senator: John W.lu.rtm I primary, as Republicans and otherwise year of attendance at democratic national ty executive committee for the past lght !shot! his totnl up to 300 and I W. l Klckllter oftlclatlng. addition (to i than twice the ii''
',,"h roHorvo! more
I BO. 454; Park Trammell,, which accounted for the conventions at the age of 49. :30 yean, and ha served on either Mew York's solid block of 90 gave; S amount required by law the t ,,laloment .'
-
:;g:5: swollen totals. Cornelius Mulcahy, the other dele- the state executive or central commIttee him a majority 'it the convention I-'IM-ITOH.UX'O: Hliows t the bunk to have $75- ,c '4 is

Doyle E. Carlton, Slightly more than 16,000 voters gate. t Is attending for the third consecutive alnce 1902.Many At\ Ohio he crossed the 800 line In United States/ t
Governor luvcHted i111
of Krooker, brought\ .160
A. Drown
L. .
In thel.'ovemor's three
77,569; second choice who made their selections I time aa a delegate, a feat persons have attended uid at Pennsylvania he went over bonds.-Klvlng It a t 4
rstholce.! :Jams M. Carson, 713 ; from / race did not make any; vthlcu ha never been surpassed In consecutive national conveuvi'-u: but two lea v.." of bright lent tobacco county and city and quick; assets w''; '
of cash
!from Hathaway, 13,447; from selection at all In the senatorial, Ohio and which la believed to be Unbeaten Mr. Mulcahy Is the only men ta Ohio 700.South Carolina's! 18 votes gave to the I Telegraph olllco Tuesday roBorvo: of million
A a
ohm Foils S Taylor, 14,311 ; James, as 16.0UO less votes were cast foi In the entire country. who has been elected an official delegate him the required two-l birds with morning rnlm'd! and ruroil on his of dollars iilmnst, or a nearly unarlfr 62 per> cent of 'is J '

3,721; Sidney J. Cattshirst senator than governor. Judge Rockwell. as a youth of IT three times In succession. 17 delegates; still to cast their farm In I hll Western part of the No bank anywhere ,, .
Carson! out the record Is enabling him to "See ,I'ounty. Tha loaves warn ot moil- Its deposits. pr.ff..
bought His
68,984 ; second choice DuVal county was In the gallery at the Chicago convention rotes. stronger, or more h,
choice 300 from Hathaway: largest vote to be cast by any of when Bryan was nominated America First." His Crst conventiontook i I n in size and nf very tine texture.t'onceiderahle uonld: occupy a .
; I
ii.571 from Carson from Taylor, 4,195 ; HathaTIV the individual counties In the prl after making his historic Cross ot him to the Atlantic Pacific seaboard coast and the ........................1 acreage the lInes' Is In devoted Aliichua to I Impregnable h C0IIltCCt* position.In met with (the large
I liDuvat the this
the vote second to over
crop
67849 Taylor, 37,304.Comptroller mary. For governor, gold and crown ot thorns" speech. It Is. Interesting to
fnnil
:
Ernst Amos, first "totaled 26,166 and for senator Four years later, just old enough to the third now takes him through the HAMPTON : county and I Mono whti have con- surplus Hunk of Hlurke I
: : how far lIeu 4t
choice, 19,372. vote, he sat at Kansas City aa the far south to the Quit of Mexico. tinned In I heir effort. In grow a notn
luke, 150.575; second of politics was delegate in the conventionIn A wealthy man, head of one of the Miss Ada Mm nn>, ('or. goeid grade of lobacro, hiiVH ui1lulrnil bus. exfoeidml, the rnqulrements ot '
Martin
fickleness youngest
S. Martin, 4,285; The banking I law. Under t the provisions jt
Emory In tho I 1 I
om D. rather forcefully i In 1004 he was at St. Louis when largest construction companies .. .. ..... ( the t tiwpHtmry exiiorleni'o In pit
[ 4.285 Martin, 30,223 ; .J. brought out ............ .. ( of hue law It could have eel op- I
MuJcahy'shobby.
la anil I the
Ohio politics of the
of the second Parker was nominated and In 1908 at northern the making crop ,
Stewart first choice 45,361, second primary with a persual : of the Hampton, July IL- -\-Howarc] pod( sealing, aside money lo t this .
to
tabulation. One Denver when Bryan won his third lie has been chairman I'll ring until I their crop Is equal
,Choice, from Martin, 11,536. choice vote of the floor Summit county executive committee Tucker and family ofIa'oll.! Ha.. In the state. r u nd when the fund reached I
the various nomination. He was one any
of
Commissioner of agriculture:: of the bitterest of James M loaders for Harmon of Ohio In 191? ''since 1917. and they say that be can are he guests: o( Mr. Tucker's parents $3,000.00.: IiiMluail I It has cou lOI'I'
142.96; Will S l campaigns was that !Mrs. J. I. Tucker. ties ftc ted, until It
Xathan Mayo, candidate at the Baltimore convention where 'I keep on holding that job as long as Mr. and tlniiod to Incrvase .
Sparkman, 57,705. Carson gubernatorial Woodrow Wilson was nominated. ftc he wants to. This Is rather note- Ilev. Clarke of Waldo( preached( was shopping hAre this. week IH now ten (times( (the amount re- i ,
commissioner, Grout of Miami, against ex-Gbv. Sidne; church\ lust Sun !ltlrs1!' A. I/. Sullivan was thee
Railroad Wilson renomInated four year worthy In Itself for Akron, principalcity nl I the Methodist (lulreil( by law.
It 1;; W W Phillips, 78,072 ; A. S. J. Cntts. Carson was quoted for Ihi as "la nw tor at St. Louis. of the county. Is famous for tur lay morning and evvnliig.' Tin Kuuttl of her Hlnterllm _T.,-,>\ -'"'. iiihTwr'r. 11.1. Thit I t 5411j ,

having entered the race Christ the only h Ill-own I liiMt Sic n dii, y. MDTIIOIUST ,
lined
\Wells\ 99,189 When the host of democracy as- bulent politics !subject! was : :
Railroad commissioner, grout avowed purpose of "showing up'Catts apniblcd at San Francisco In 1920 he He 1* a forceful Individual who Savior.: The lesson 'text was "The'jCalled : Mr. fluid Mrs.V.. O. llennetl\ ot 1j .4,

,. !P-nnk" Kay Anderson, 40,710 ;; All of his speeches) wendevoted was a delegate and floor" manager for does a lot of listening says little but lets Numo JOHIIS for I lit) I lIawt(lint, were I till> KiiimtH of"Mr. Siinilny'; school Sniuliiy morning I

!Jam 1) rassldy: first choice, 42,- to attacks upon hundred the f.ormei- Cox, who wan nominated. In 1924 speaks to the point. He goes to national I SUVOH hlH IVople from their 81ns." mill Mrs.'. K. Ii.VB I te'rsoi, IIIHI at 10:00: I) o'clock, h. A. I UavlH) supt. I .

\\fi' .nid. (choice\ from Anderi governor. Yet three persons l'aMt ho was national campaign manager conventions because of the I tot h I the morning I / mid evening I Sniuliiy. WorHhlp Sunday. at 11 I ::011) u !II.. I

i from Carl Hargraves, l who voted for Carson for Mr for McA<1oo ond In general charge ot pleasure he finds In associating with nervlct-H we,"ro niuelo very InteroHt- Mrs.. A. I... Sullivan,! of TlivrcHHii unit 8:00 p. m. Dr. ,J. I'. Illllnirn .

2, Un R. L. Eaton, first their second choice ballots the famous batllo that lasted through: the big men who arc In attendance. I hilt and enjoyed by an lUKllenct' ol wax u iciceci tic'Hs vlultor IKM'O (hlKI! will preach at Ih,' mornlim lumr % r rCLOd r '

77 i 161 t ; second choice, I CultS llHteners.MSH Moiulny.. the piiHtor In I the evetnltm. The "
etc. Friends of State Senator Taylor nicer/ 'Mr. Konnci. of nrnlinm, was ii .. "Thu Tmg- J ,
b
9,410, will
: diTHon, Hiibject
:1
> Sullivan the evening
Thelma
| \ spent
L. L.. the Largo solon would Asked InState's 'LA\V'TEY AND |hu..IIIUMK| visitor horn last Kiitiinlay. I, .
.1' : -=,. first district: I predicted Changes week-end with nor: cousin Fat leryzi ody of tho Missing! ; llrleluRrnnni
Bean :<37: ; H. J. Drane, first get a "surprising vole" In the primary Weest 1 Mrs! M. L, ?\eliky*ini'ei ot Alurliiiu\ J u ii lor Luagiio. Sunday evening, I .

'I! i ,,763 ; second choice from and their forecast. bore'OIiSI fruit( ,. Gas TaxA HAMPTON TO Mr. anil Mrs. T. F. II I'OW II, wereLranmii'llng Is spending; t this l wek with .her at 11:11I: : o'clock Miss Fn'drle-ka 't t, I cStruihl ,,
I votes ( Alexiniilt'r.Mrs.
BM> i MR. O. I 11. Wilder, first as he pQlled 37,325 business In Sin rho lallt mother, !Mi'H.V.. II. Hiipt.Senior ) r
<"! if..008; second! choice, ered a. large total in view of WIlt !"'. M. Taylor who has bepn I Keiigun Siinduy livening.
had before his entry Into tin VOTE BONDS Saturday. I ho guest' of her mother, Mrs. (1 Irlflls. James llooka
gone John ;
fnnt Rum. 2418. o'clock
to change the present !Mrs. J. 1'. Sullivan visited her al 7:10:: ,
her
proposal rne,1 to
the total! of'I11I1'ke/ 1'01 u
In race.Aximiv l
Then was no change A. L. Sullivan, of Theressu leader. t'
method of levying I a state tax: lion .
Jf.h ther principal races, the Elections: will bo held In both homo here luxt Sniulay.W. devotion Wednesday ;
e
Illllsbor lIt'I'I'IIiSMON: on gasoline RO that a portion of the Hampton. and Uawtey school ellstrlcts this week. II. Jones one of Aliiclnui'H Mid-week ,I JIF
'irroneiiii. > figures from : uo: from the levy would bused Miss ha hey !Moore, who has been evening at H:00: o'clock. )
receipts August 7th for the purpose liiiHlness was. nIniHlness
changing the flg'arei ; on successful IIKMI. --
'ugh not
beraTor
'iiinty reduce county road funds visiting/ friends and relatives
to
n !recently announced by tin of deciding whether the two several weeks, has returned to visitor here lant Hatiinluy. I'HKHIIVTUItllNSunday : :
Hutchlnson, Bon presented to the County Com-
Andrew Leon- was districts will Issue bonds for the .
wremrv of state.KKGISTKATIOX. of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hutchinson missioners' association of Florida. of additional school facill her home III Clearwater. J. W. ItiMlentuiugli and fiimlly Jack-, Hchool at 10 I a. m.

:- S XOTICKThe : of the Wnleroak section, passe In semi-annual session at Ocala,, purpose ties. The amount of the Issue has Mrs. S. M. Simmons and son, wero transacting business. In First fruit of Crucifixion I or ,
i rhomus Simmons were the guests sonvllla last Moniluy.It $
at three Wedneseluy of last week I'aroillse. The them II
afternoon .
away Sunday Gill's hospital new gasoline tax- been set at $20,000 for each placeand if Mrs. Simmon's parents, Mr.! and II. Ilf>(lfnt\>niisli: and family en- "Wboro Is p i,
Mrs. The
proposed service.Oreiut
the o'clock at for 11 o'clock
registration books of thirty plans for both structures have lorlalneel Mr. and Mrs. L. H. lied-
Mrs. P. II. Hunt.
of several would divert such funds to 7:15
Illness statute echo meutlng at : p.
City Starke Florida will be- after an been approved by the superlnten enbangh'H L. L. ItcdenbaiiKh
of the counties from which the money Kev. M. Lewis will preach son, No

pea for the registration of elec days.He twenty-one years of age is collected, to be applied on dent and the trustees of the it the First 11l1pt lilt church of last bu inlay.HOY. m., by the (the young pastor people.but thrillIng -
by
was schools. filled, his preaching!
tors from July 13th to August 11. popular with the the bonds which various counties la nip ton next Sunday morning F. 111. Taylor and brief talks by young
and was very modern the Mote it- SOUKS I I.'
192li Inclusive, at the office of the folks of that section who of the state have Issued for the ,Hampton will erect a mil evening. regular appointment at who attended. all Florida
young nt county roads. Providing fireproof structure to replace the Mr. and Mrs. Howden of Macon, Ouch Hupllut( hiirch last Sunday peiople week at
building
City Clerk. will miss him.Funeral wooden building. Tin mornliiK I and, evening.i U.: K. Convention last j 'IJacksozvIiio. p
nthe
present "ia., have recently bee guests ; '
C. A. FUTCH, services were held Monday the county did not owe such Coma everybody, .
cemeterywith bonds the then would building: will be brick, with seven if Mrs. Ilowden's mother, Mrs Mr. Olen IIodonljiiiiRli was a ,
road money
Registration officer City ol morning at Conner standard class. room:*,, libranLachers' Mary! Trevatt. \business. visitor to Jacksonville, 7:15: p. m. l
Wa road and bridge
the Watson.
T. Barnes of go Into the county II. T.
T-8-i 7 20. Starke, Fla Rev. J. officiating room and an office for the Miss Rhoda Zelgler of Theressa, last. Monday. ,
church fund. .
teroak Baptist I !
blocated
will
S principal. The auditorium _
James Manning, The abolishment of special road
CAU1J: ) ()Jo' THANKS Harley McKae Crosby, acting as pall and bridge district trustees wag on the ground; floor and President '\\1 }' ,.i
for .
and Arthur also the subject of a discussion, will have a seating capacity of Will Rogers to Make Race I .

W wish to express our thanks : )ea tess. his with the association heartily ap 450. ,

to 'Din) rrienrta, who so kindly rendered Mr.He and Is survived Mrs. A. by A. Hutchinson parents: plauding the speech made by Commissioner Lawtey has a at modern the brick As Candidate Against "Bunk" in Old Parties Il'j j:7 : ;
presen
school building
their in our dark brothers, John J. Williams, ot j
help to us I sisters and two .h'jjt '
and two time and the Issue of bonds will be .
and In which he l 4
inn )it sorrow and trouble, and namely Mrs. Ralford Alvarez Palm Beach county of enlarging the I I' 1I

rOI -1many, beautiful flowers, Mrs. Everett Norman, and Megan recommended that the trustees be for the )purpose adding two wings to ..-' :: ; ; .
Hutchinson, allot abolished by law at the next session structure by I I ;
Ma< 'hi'! Lord bless each. one olthin I Kllery and Claris of the legislature, and the the building. This addition Is badly S.' ';'))1 I I., I II I

Starke. __ county( commissioners charged needed to take care of the Increasing ,i-, ', I I,

"I .1 I C. Orlffls .and children "'('.Ri I) 0)F Tl 1.\X KSVe with the responsibility of handling / number of students en I "

he i funds.. rolling. each term. Four new classrooms I'

M... KIU1A IITKX XOTICKy' : \ wish to thank our many: Other matters which were n"the library, laboratory and ret I t, :' r rWill

friends In Starke and the Water association's program were a pro rooms will be provided and tin

A Knight Is now enroll- oak section, and especially. Dr. t,. posed four year term for county old building will be repaired and

m;; i III>:ila for kindergarten work,, L. Blfigs and Mrs. Gill, for then commissioners which was tabled have a new roof.

\" m opening Monday, Sept many kindnesses shown us during until the next .meeting, cancellation \V. n. Binders/: and C. II. Glass, ,

I7t>, -'arents who wish to enter the Illness and death of our departed of tax certificates, highway architects, of Tampa., will supervise -

and brother, and also beautification, methods of working the construction of the two I I
fta:! nlldren asked to tele son chief maKl trate.
are their
of of selecting
floral of With the erection
-
beautiful convicts proposed personal buildings. '
property
Phon 96-W. for the many Rogers Is going to run for It commenting on his
Llndsey.
Bradford count; Judge
buildings
and other tax revisions. these I
ferings. President Backed by a group of nationally 4 _
candidate says:
S Hutchinson, Include to will'have modern school structure! i "
A. A. Other proposals one 's. .
Mr. and Mrs. his several J _
Tlt.UX MCIIEIL'LEffectlve famous men. started boosting Rogers
certificates and to In Starke Lawtey, Hampton and de"I '
and family. cancel tax one. boa been launched and be seas Insisting that he was tbe VIII
months
ago.
} 1201 a. m., Sunday, S ROLL CALLCongressman hange the methods. of taxing. auto. Drooker. clared that be will make tbe campaign )r', only Democrat who had any chance I I',I', '
A j
July 1st schedule changes and nfl >OT MISS' mobiles. l .\I'TIST by letter and on tbe stump to be elected: but friends assured me __ _
"
e to the country for support .P human and humorous wa /
Tains be
will appealing that to .
follows
run as : of the I",
*o 1, local southbound due R. A. Green District didnot TWO IWKLM.\GH; BL'1i\ Sunday school at 10 a. m., J. .F, as the bope of a "bunk Ie.." party 't .. i to sacrifice/ the Presidency. We'll l I'JIelU'7 f

Starke Hi8: p. m. Second; Congressional the past Klckllter, ,slept.Worship Ills endorsers, announced In Life, the .'' $ show 'em. Will Rogers la the Invincible '

xo !' local southbound, due miss a roll call during, according tc Fire last Friday at noon destroyed at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. humorous tveekly, are: 4, candidate of the* dissatisfied ''I n. ,"' q

Star5 n 23 session of Congress a tenant house belonging to F. Mid-week service at 8 p. m FordNicholas voteruotbothparttL
m.
a. Mm '
received by week _ _
each :
recently letter* f ,
forthcoming .
No 107 limited southbound, advice Tyler Page, F. Stump on the Brown place Just Wednesday.B. Murray Butler In will
William
dut. Starke. 1:20 p. m.Qt'k from Hon.the house of representatives. west of the city limits, the buildIng Y. P, U.. meet Sundays at 7 Oen William Mitchell In Life and In platform.speeches Rogers declare bis _
of his
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: e 191 10:45 limited Miami, due clerk. There were twelve others being a total loss. The buildIng p. Senior in. leader. President Johi Boy Orantland Howard Rice -1 'cIe'' I L- i'I own make campaign pledges, eipose whatho .

2 p. m. local due who answered all roll calls, ten ol was beyond the reach of the Powell. Judge Ben B. Llndiiey ..........J I considers the "bunk" In both regular ( i4 '
Northbound and two Republicans. tell hois be would run
St rke .35 a. m. which were Democrats hundred fire department. Buildings and Intermediate leader Miss The! William Allen White \WIL-L R06ERS parties and He has already t _
four if elected
xo There are contents were not covered by in Tea Rtckard the country '. _
l2- due
northbound local ol ma Sllcox. will not have any
St thlrty-flvo members : LandaU I announced that he \ _
and '
arke Ring
3:06: p. m. surance. Junior leader Miss Blanche Al
>o IDS the house. morning at early Rev. rrancls J. DuffyBabe tlonal politics It Is hoped by th running-mat '
northbound Imlted, due of the69th Tuesday 'an derman. "If elected he said. Til session hl,1 I
Ruth that
ttarke t the first hi.
and sponsors
5:44:: p. m. During answered all hour flames destroyed. bouse be- U humorist work ot ooth President and Vice ,, ,
of the unnecessary
Harold Lloyd
Congress eight Jacksonville-Swift & Company campaign will reveal some
Starke Wannee Branch thereof saving -
Cauley John a short for one salary
to ,
N to advice longing Charles Dana Gibson ana President
( and according 251),000 refinery bulldln; ridiculous extravagant c I Ito
'1111 roll calls. to erect Presidential
o leaves Starke 6:30 a. m. Judge Green from !Mr, distance from the scene of Friday'sblaze. Florida Cotton Ol Glenn H. Curtis which they ..,lueV I the Country the Vice j _
102 arrives Starke 2:10 m. received by on site of old deceptive practices a year Wben Iain't ___ ___
p. ilSOOO
: of IMt.t
Page he has answered every roll The house, occupied by' Jeff Company's plant on Dennis 51.U Clare Brig* be characteristic of Presldea",1 salary White flous 111 go
T. J. Griffin, agent.Hntchlnson In the
S :all since he has been a member Johns, was a total lose and only apart While the Rogers candidacy Is presented years and that It will draw the attention j ousy ride herd on the Senate." !,

Deathia jt Congress. About a half dozerther of the furnishings were tared. Bonifay .a_. Work progresslnt aa a satire on orthodox na of voters seriously to the duty down ana _

Ln members have a similar rec- covered by In rapidly on construction of newcbool
.21, Starke, The building was
filed the past three years. building here. Power Corporation
Sunday. Burial at Dyal cemetery rd,for lurance. S lmetto-Sun Oil Company Clearwater-Florida .
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Mary Thomas 72, died July 4th.uriai to Christian Science Church at Lake City-J. C. Penney Company opened new cold storage I Company,capitalization general newspaper of 50,0001 corner of Lemon Avenue and Myr-! I ner of Osceola avenue causeway. ,li

*' Sampson cemetery Wed- Line aad 13th streets nearly com. to open dry goods store hereabout plant and ice service station 01 I chartered.with I tie street. land drawbridge on

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'' FACE TAVO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK, .. --- H - - --- -- -
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_h. _ __-- _.. __ .. .. _:,----- -- i'II which will be held at the University free of external and internal parasites VYld and E. Tuckr Nancy and uyaa Argente Tucker J. W. f
I August 13-18. hi" wile, William F. ltruwn" ;
Early In the year score sheet! The developing pullets should Hodges.. Fannie 10, Hudgea Hudgea. Bryant; Ie .e :l r.
all of the home not be crowded during the sum- '\". Ii itgee Jennie :Maude litexlteuce
worn sent out to of I above are living or
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& either
Farmers Farming ; demonstration agentM. TheRe will I mer months. Suitable housing and If dead or not, In b
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I : be filled and returned to the slat quarters should be provided. Its aiheirs, ,legatees granteeM. 11 dervlseee

I office by the first of August and Records for the home egg-lay euceeeaori'. .legal rcpreeenuttlvea .
t l i By AjcrlculUirnl Editor) I those having the four highest/ ing contest show In a good many or assigns. and 10 111"n....
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I scores In nutrition and home bak- cases that the pullets have not farms and corporatlona whose name.
In
unknown -
r -- -_m' Ing will he given free trips to been grown off properly and the reMfclvm-u to or cumplalnantB place of business.; that are Interested AQoodTirefor
Farmers' Week. The scholarships profits decreased. Be certain liindn. lyIng -
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute i are donated by the Soft Wheat Increased profits and greater and being in !Starke. Bradford and de-

.' tides of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I Miller Association. winter egg production are possible H County.>..lb"II aH Florida follows, :known
Interesting features of the food when the pullets are managed Cutnmenclnv at the Southeast corner -
To Be Best Suited to Our Country i i'I nutrition and health program at properly during the summer of Block Seventeen (17 of the
Town of Starke) and run
original
Farmers' Week will Include salad months. North, along the Went line of Walnut -
-- --- -- ---- making demonstrations, physical ..street One hundred Five (1(16)( (;) Little Money
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----- I d'.\u.nUltL I'1I 1'.11'1l.l'Ii KM;/ and medical examinations for WIIITKPLY FUNOCH :NOW 3-10- : fuel thence; thence Went !South Oils hand

.\. 1vlLLHI'l: l'IIOCIIEl: ) women posture contest, and bet- AV.\IL.\IILK TO GROWERS dred Five 1 (105) feet to Call street:
COMMON SENSE I-'OH l-.tlt.MKRS' WKKK] ; I ter baking. An exhibit of lIIustraI thence East. Thirty Elghtand 3-30 I/
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klrl I Live material for nutrition pro- (as 3-2( } feet to point of beginning. When it's a lowpricedtire
By Spuds Johnson Gainesville, Fla. Believing UE10T1NG. You and each of you
Gainesville Fla.-In order to grams will be made. that the summer rainy season Is are hereby notified that you have you're seeking re-
been made defendants to a null byJ. ,
give visitors An opportunity for a S about to make its Dr. In-
:
appearance. H. Hitch and Mrs Vonda li.
i; t DON'T LET WEEDS OO real I outing, camping facilities will Fin; OHOANIZATION8: TO- E, W. Merger entomologist of the man J by U. M. Inman her hue- member this:
/\ ;A1, TO SEED IN PASTURES be provided on the University cam- 1101.1) ANMML MEETINGS State Plant Board la reminding bunt! J'd friend, who allegeIn
,
( ly OR AROUND FIELDS the their sworn bill of complaint now athfinder is the"
( pus during week of August 13- D1IU FARMKRH' WKKKOalneuvllle : citrus growers that his departmenthas on ale I In this offlce. that they are The Goodyear very
tt 18 for Farmers' and Fruit Grow- a nice lot of Red Aschersonla, the owner. of the fee Dimple title best tire that Goodyear with mar-
;' d "One year's seeding moans seven ers' Week It Is enounced by officials the red whitefly fungus for dls- thereto and pray for a decree removing dfor..ver
J years' weedIng runs the oldtiesaying of the Agricultural Extension Fla.-Five organiza- trjbutlon. clouds Quieting title, 'the velous purchasing and manufacturingresources

about weed And It, like Division. tions of farmers and one of farm Most of the citrus growers of title to clearing said land and to confirming complainants. can build for the money.
L'' r Ir, many other old uaylng.: Is pretty Those who wish to spend the women will hold their annual the state are familiar with the and decreeing that the complainants .

41 : nearly correct. All of w? tclJ should week camping will find lights wa- meetings at the State College of usefulness of this fungus In con- fee have simple and holds title a abHolute good and in sufficient and to We put real Goodyear service behind this tire

tl, r t remind us farmers that \-.e should I ter, and toilet facilities ready when Agriculture during Farmers' and trolling white-flies. The fungus I Maid lands, annulling and declaringvoid back it with and '
not )Jet weeds go to need In the pastures they arrive. No charges wll be Fruit Growers' Week, August 13- should be Introduced without delay any and all claim, rights, titleor our reputation knowledge

i' and around our fields where made for any of this service. It 18, according to announcements by now advises Dr. Berger; so :cone Interest, firms of and any coporatlons and all other therein.per- of how to help you get every last mile out

t r we don't want weed to grow. will be necessary for campers to 'officials of the Agricultural Exten- that It may have as long as possible JT IS THKHEFOKK: : OKlJKHKU: of a tire. Fix this name in mind-
t, I Weed are the worst pests' of bring their own tents cots and I sion Division here. for Its growth. It ceases that you the said defendants namedur your
j ,: I t'' pastures Often weeds which fu..-j j other necessary equipment. If A meeting the Florida Branch growth about the first of September riot named known non-resident or unknown.

Dish little food and give offensive I hey' wish to bring a stove and do American Poultry Association will he says. absent, concealed, do appear to the bill or"h..rwlce. of GOODYEAR PATHFINDER

,odors and tastes to milk will overrun t.''elr own cooking they may do so. / 1 be convened on Tuesday August A small hg t one dollar for complaint: ao exhibited. !. against. you
; J the pasture In a few years If arrangements are being I made to :14. Earl W. Brown, DeLand is ( ach colon Y la mat a fn_ *"*.* #un- .1)28 n) or b before a f o re M the on d Circuit{ .. .1.1.Court A' oflJraJford i Sold by

4 they are not carefully kept down. take care ot rmersr week vlsllore chairman of this group. The an- g; 8U to I"'U;;; expense of cultivating County Florida, to answer ", "..4I',."..
It is a fairly easy to keep them In the dormitories and dining nual nesslon of the Florida Baby It. A culture of the fun- I to tht bill of complaint, so exhibited J f 'r'SUPREME.SERV.

yt(,1 from Retting a permanent foot hall of t."e University' this year, as Chick Association, which was organized gus Is the amount that can be conlently a decree against of this court you will falling b.. entered which
hold in the pasture, but often a In the pui.-t' A reasonable fee' will : : at Farmers' Week two /grown !In p. wide-mouth against you.
a, very tedious and all but Impossible be charged for these accommodations. yeaI'll1'0./ ; will] be a feature of the pint bottle, and Is tifflcelnt for The Bradford County Telegraph,

r i''i' ;task to get rid of them after they Those who wish to bring poultry proKrnm! !! for Friday Aug- treating an acre cf trees.", published..Florida in Is Starke hereby Bradford coun I I STA.
ty designated
;have an,1 tamp can secure ust 17.The. The us ,
fungus not
't over-run the pasture. their tents In recommendedfor the newspaper' In which this notice
The wowing machine run two or meals In the dicing hall at nomInal State Dairymen's Association small trees or those less than und order nhall be published one.
4 'tt i three times over the pasture before cost will meet Thursday, August three years old as these trees are week Witness for four my consecutive handweeks.-". a

the weeds have gone to seed Present Indications point to a 10, In connection with the dairy better sprayed with one of the oil the seal of the "' as Clerk and No2 Starke Florida
a will be a- great help. Stubble of record crowd this year. Last year's program during the day. i sprays generally recommended for 3rd day of J' --ovo Court this the ,
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a &b' A. U, 3928.
''r s most weeds will sprout again when attendance of 1,640 broke all at- Another meeting/ be held Is' .le control of scales and wr.>'*' "' t3. W. AL.UKRMAN.
Jt ll,, ( the Needs are mowed down, and tendance records but it is very that of the Florida Beekeepers' I on citrus ._ -" .emes. (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court
r this makes It necessary to give likely that thin figure will be sur- Association/ which will be held for ... [ prftrtforU County. Florida
I. passed considerably this year one day during the week A. S. CREWS: -.--.-----.. ..-...
more than one mowing a year. J'\O'I'll'H Solicitor: for ....omplalnantulisTii --- --- ----- -- ---- --
In case the weeds are already Plans are being made to take care Also during the week the an- 7.4-It-9_:
( ; ,f a well established, mowing aful then of 2,000 persons. nual gathering of the State Council '---- Thomas her husband defendants. ning. And the sty of NW' '
t i Special
t : r plowing or disking will often be a Prominent speakers will be of Senior Home Demonstrationwork FlA '"IVcult l Bradford County. i > '" NOTICE '>!<" "MAI.H' The undersigned sale as In front of the J. U FR.t7'Specie ; :'
great help in keeping them down, heard each day at the general session will\ be held by farm women ...etch, In Chancery. -, .1 will Mouth offer door for of the court House In M .
tt, w It will be worth the effort to keep which will be held at 11 from the various counties. ... II. nitch and X:n/lA W. In- I.I .. "under Starke, Florida, between the legalhours E. M. JOHNS.
for
man, Joined htr u. M. InmAn Hereby n'otice la given that Solicitor Complainant
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eleven a. in.
after the weeds for several o'clock In the University auditor- Special programs of )f. of sale l to-wlt ,
years her huHbnnu and next friend, and ivy V'.rtue of that certain llnul the 6th day of 7-'
to get rid of them, and then to ium. C A. Cobb, editor of the the different g" _..r.tp8t to Complainants, dec**'* Tif foreclosure' made by the and two on to the
( keep them down. Southern Ruraltat, and James worked out { being Jiirta of the 26th. Judicial Circuit I Aug.best bid erlfor cash the following Jacksonville Florida 1 "mi d
.Weeds should also be cut from Speed editor of the Southern Agriculturist bIl 8lp..-- (11 titadltlon to short J OKO W. Cole, et als, lit and for Bradford County;: Florida, described. property lying.. and beingIn Growers Inc., organized ,,1/,I,
Defendants l Tll the 1'Jth I day of June A. I); 1028, Florida, to-
t fence corners, edges of fields, and are two of the s"-.-"K ir ? fcW&loIft\ the programspr" I !Notice nnd Order In Suit to qal.t In favor of Mettle Cluversettle Jones wlt Bradford: County headquarters here.
ly I ; other out-6f-way places near cul- ers who have already promised I dude aUtw by a number ot ','lets. ..at!. formerly Hetlle Cloversettle. joined of NWV, less one acre Leesburg-$3,000 addition" i "
to To George.. W. Cols William W. A. Jones her husband ant The SWH4 ,
iotI\teta. Un by built to I. O. O. F. buildhuMain
.nlnent
be and less
v present, llJ belonging to H. K. Moorer.
un .tivated fields. There will always .-. derbill and Frances Underhill bin next friend Individually et nl., and
a Edna II, Thomas and 10.: M. II acres. belonging to Rosa Man- and 3rd streets.take .
be weeds and grass to contend N'IfL.IK4(1114 r wife David II. DIckHon ; Alexander against:
( ilt'1'Y: NUTRITION MtOGRAMH .
5 with, but cleaning up around the
i fields will at least given a better 1-Olt F.UCMKKS' UFoSI'I.''' IN I IN('IC10\: !o\F.H\ -
k ? looking and Wm.K: VSf; OK :MILK BY (ilRTu'Iltt'hassee. .
3t place may help to reduce
:f the'number of weeds to contend Tallahassee **" '
with later wom- who a"' "een hundred Records obtained -
h r4 i rnnrl"niitriii'." majoring in the u't: the short courses at the :
d oil "> and health programnlna State College for Women show d '. ,,: ., .. .. -
Palmetto-Sun ; '
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company e ,'. t-t: : I... II'' I. .. ,iI.t... ; ,," .
m j ( erecting flew filling state home demonstration that club girls of the state have .t._, :; ..,"" :>.;.z 'II "' ,
corner of Lemon A'Snue station and Myrtle at r';? .tment are ellglblle to romv greatly Increased their use of milk ...... ," ,..;.::0.-: .......... '... i. ... -" .
i .te for four scholarships to Farmere' during: the past two years, says .
t4 Mi strq $ and Fruit Growers' Week 1fIMKIary Stennls, nutrition specialist ., .. -.. . ..

for the College: Less than '. y,
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10 percent of the girls at the short ,
N
t course this year reported drinkingno .
r.. ;.9 p milk. I fir)rI ri1 -

dt 61 How to Play Two years ago: It was found that
I.. r1' + e less than half of the girls were
e i
tf c average weight; for t their height: r'r ,
I BRIDGEWynne and age and a comparatively small FPI -
S AY i umber were drinking the required SAFE
r I. t \1 t na amount of milk, 84 reported drinking '

:6+ !J2z281 y! one or two Biases a day, and /
.u only 41 said they drank no milk.
Wynne FergusonAuthor At the conclusion of the short

course two years ago: plans were
of 'PRACTICAL AUCTION
BRIDca"0. made to Inaugurate: a nutrition
... program as part of the state t home
h, 3k Copytiulit 1927, by Hoylc, Jr demonstration work. This
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pro- /4rI/
+ I because it'sTQ .
gram was based on the use of -

ARTICLE No. 33 fresh Florida milk fruits, and
vegetables! In the two years Miss
; TVo-suIlcil runiU: are held very frequently No score, first gamy K 7. dealt and tiM Stennls finds that nine-tenths of
j at auction and their proper| one club, what should! A Lid the home demonstration agents:

It tl t, bidding ia both interesting mid i in- A nsiccrf"A' proper !Mil i ioJ one heart. have successfully used this pro 1\ qtk ,
; $tructiveThefollowingexamplehand. Then if' pverliid", he should l hid two gram.;
tiut' .. 'n s cent in by. corresundentaand answered prudes. Bid in thin,, way A indicates to In addition to the nutrition program t
by the writer cover many of the! jm- his partner that his heart suit is the : seven counties have carriedout gher
: 1 portant 'mints) that comeup in" two- "better, either In lop rlydsor in "'nth.!: Intensive cnnnty-wlde milk- m/j
suited hands; : Such n l hill"| purely defensive and p.nl-. for-henlth campaigns, reaching; Vll/

i Example' Hand No. I icrshi uM I not expect: mu.h t..sln.IIILh.. practically every community with
demonstrations and educational
Hearts-A, 6 Example: Hand No. 3 programs; on the value of milk
i
Clubs-A 9 6 i
J,10, ,
The State Council of women'shome
: r.' 1 t Diamonds A, (>, H,9, 7 s : Y i demonstration clubs for
Spades 2 ni
1 : A '. ,I 1928 chose the single project of .
ti. I Is : Z : better milk and more milk forgrowing '. ': '
., : Y : _
; ... AD.! '1!' children In Florida.
Z '' )Hearts- none Accurate! records on the Increased -
t : vv Clubs: ) -1U, 9, 7, 6, ..1IJi.lnlOmlA.7 use of fruits and vegetableswere

( ; No score, ruuhcrgamo.\ \ Z dealt! and I bid not made but there was evidence ;I .
t :Spades-J, 10,8,6,2 In the reports that the Increased -
one heart\ If A passed v/h.it ohoulil Y '
bid? There was a serious difference of Interest In home gardening
opinion as to whether Y should Score, ,'.::1; It( A-B 10, rubber Ramc. 7. Is due In part at least to an Interest 50Up!
+ one heart or show his diamond suit pass dealt and !bid one club: >,A bill three 1i.i-- In helter nutrition for the fam- L
I anti the argument was referred! to the, monde I Y bid four clubs and 1) bid four ily. In 10 counties In the state
writer tot IccjsJ9n.i My hearts. Should Z L'J: five clubs or bliow every club girls: enrolled Is following ( "
< answer was as -
M j I follows: his\ pade runtIlniterf"1nthisshunt the nutrition program, accord- N q 'y "'' y ry -AM motor oil is refined

&'t .r vr, "There Sri tk'9| reasons why I ailvsC J t ion, wle.1115 Ing to Miss Stennls. eP M p R 'efop PAN

'v: at a bJ! of two diamonds: First, be. partner has KiiktcU his club suit, It : ...' .I.tTS ;,, paraffin-base crudes.
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f1.UIcw : NOW
cause of the two-suit character of would l Ie bad practice! to bid four
your .
f z' hand. If the two diamond bid is over- spades. Such a but' gives more valuable\ 1 P.\"S Inn PROFITS IN: I They produce oil that
called, you should then show the club I information to the opponent than to WiNT1.It H.\VM ;MKIIRUOFGainesville. : 'oroa o. n tougher
f suit and thus give your partner the partner. I It tells them tnt 7 liasIt: !! { \\o- I
t' 'IIt I' choice. A two-suit hand if played at suit hand,one) of the rongeht { -: "f --" -. -- holds its hocy: long after the
? the best bid for the combined hands of hands that can be held, and that hiachances Fla.-Summer management 1

i' yourself and partner Is the strongest ; tnakinfi game,either in clubs of growing: pullets will ordinary kinds thin to the
.t h or spades U much better than if clubs lay a large part In determining; ,
: t 1 arId that can be held, and is usually : ; 50U .....1"
'forth from one to three tricks more alone hail been bid. For' that reason the profits for the next season, de- ,
than the usual suit bid. Under these they are more apt to bill five hc.'uia; (dares N. n. Mehrhof. extension i4 / danger-point.
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_ i conditions, in bidding two diamonds after Z has shown "two suits than if /He poultryman. Improper care and .. ,'.... .*.. .. ,
you are not decreasing your chances for had shown only one. The sound practice : management! will reduce the vitality i w
( 'tame by the bid of the minor suit, but therefore would be for / to .did l and growth of the pullet so )oR -
ore really increasing the chances* five clubs over four hearts rather than that she will not be able to produce That is why Pan-Am motor oil is safe, Inspito

"Second,there are so many four-card I our!. .r"dcl" eggs efficiently this winter. You no rfafe 'tnbuying
original suits bid these days that it ii The young growing pullets of heat and friction.
i seldom advisable leave partner in if :=l TT Problem No. 31 ..*" should be fed a balanced ration. from any

a 'you hold only two trumps, even if one Hearts A, I 1C Q. 6.5 This Includes a good growing N Fan-Am dealer. At

f fir' al istheace.Thisofcourseisoptionaiini I i, : Y a ('luh9-A, 10,9,8,6A / mash and a scratch feed'. The com home, or over In a Fill today at the first Pan-Am station
the usual hand but with up, ,
R a two-suit : r' D : i"mol.Inono mon practice is to allow the pul- f
i ., such as you held l. 1 would' regard i Z I Spades- A, 5, 4 lets to flat the dry mash at all neighboring state,

A' the two. diamond" bid OS,obliga. times. It being fed, in large open ( you can always fx you sec. Every dealer has a scientifically

tory. :. Rubber game. Score: V-Z 16, A-R 20. non-wasting hoppers. The scratch
!
Mfr l -c: ** Example Hand No. 2 Z dealt and bill one spattc, A bid thn-c feed Is fed about twice a day the 1 euro rtf courteous prepared chart showing Just the right grade
1 f' *-, J, 7, 6, 3" "= diamond and Y bill threeupadcs. What amount being determined by the service and reliable
( ,i Clubs-6 -S i Y should II now bidi He holds a typical development of the birds. ,
Diamonds -7 t A B : two-suiter, so consider carefully; what Pullets should not be forced Into product. of this info motor oil to protect your car. .

_ F i; Spade K.J, 8,5, : Z bid by him should produce the l best, results egg; production If pullets appear t
Solution in the next article. to be developing too rapidly .
additional scratch may be fed. It .
i L rl', ''" 'if"...,' Problem No. 35 must be remembered that the pul- t.4: : .;.,

'.1'1 ] '. ''t.''f/If' Hearts- 8, 7, 2 $.- ,"" let to stand up under heavy egg: f' i t/} "\
j.' -" Clubs-10,4,3 production must have good( body 'j !
# i.ii
Wit. d ,- ._. 1 Diamondsnono weight. Additional feeds should : ?: Pan e4merican ;
t ;"
Spades-9, 6.s. "Y consist of greens, water oyster
G hUff.-lIene f' limits: -9. 6, S1' shell charcoal and grit. Poultrymen -
a Oubs-9o,5Diamonds : Y I r CI.lbs-nolle should not neglect green feed.It "
10,4.3 : 1 n I Vi..mondsII 7 2 is most Important.

SpadQ-8.7.- : Z t Sp..dv*- 10. 4,3 During the warm summer Petroleum
months the pullets should have Corporation

111.4.3I' ample shade'and range. Growing .
.!" f I s--I'. 7.l pullets which hare been confined I
',.. # J- I .>lk:"-V. 6, 5 to a small area do not develop as :"

f r .. rone: well as those which have range. ,,:{ Alto dlsMlb.tors'.f KIP"'HllelJ, 8BMDAC* p.Ut* amJ BtJPSALA..dia

1 W .1 tnclcsagmuirt n.h'1IO anyde1en ar.,!>'','..Irprcutmisfitaaiorby.tcateeofthetb.M.i in: the lead. 1:0. t-.. Y 2: va f.ro r/tae t*. avoided.Soil contamination Bird. become unthrifty must be,

,r t. l DO*of th. holdings in nil four lundv ku; in v'w _.. This :k4.I" ra and greater mortality result when
bird reared contalmlnated
Kricau. Solution Jo the next articlo. are on
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", d .JfIA_ 0.102H" .. ._ _. n_ .. -- 'I I ,- .
- -- -- -' ..... 'I' II. Tate ,
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...... .... ,_. '_ '_H' _._. _. ., _.. incoming; I Issue of 'th' Florida O..It'I'J. riled ludow111; L l IdII I 1. Owner & Cu.t..' ,y I -
1 ndustrial Survey In course ofunlication \ ;jI'II'IO''t''I: '; :' :: ; ,; I rtl b'IR8'r that M th'(' :/INLI.'J; EST.I : 1414 rt I" Ir1N 1:: th., ;.T, I' I v
P on the : Hradfoul'unty 1 1 : in \.i i ,"t "I'i i 1.,1 i .: :.. ,; : I I I"' t'"" i1-suu: l'/ 8.12' .
The article at the outfit ,1' Held ownlh I to..t"r" Ihl' ( "u, thou- Door 10'' "Rlnrkr. III NE'1-: s\ I?
day .. "i "fl.1 .H 1 nlI.' : i.f :: "
New of Florida in Short Paragraph e points out thai In 1926 10.00.000 .- ., Wnlr at 'I..rl.'a.. III' xo unh, rhorc ar a. will ht' nt'r xxury,the ,t'.,,,.t pup ofxuch "I.. III All'.>? & :\i; ..;6 rv f'1"a
wllh
et eel "PI".I\\ th1' "11111" InKHh SSL18
due tor
iiixt'x
'h
<>i tons of were mtum- amo..n' l'ulleclor. U or l :NK; :>, of :
paper and sal' and' advcrtlslag. ft. W. ItA11S, Tax. Acres:" _.._28oti G 21 ..14u W. N_ fAI1u. ._ 11.1 1V.;
t tared In the United States T.e.Uracripll0n 1. I 2 4 uf Hlk. IS Samp- I

1,807HHI( tons or 202 poundser A l'eslaIa Hon city 4 7 It I I i. ,. IMIUnknown ._ un 10,8, 1
'i'. U. .\. Ironer
capita were consumed. In the Nee."' I-eta 2 ::1 i H ut Ulk., 18 Samp- 1 Ih t i.atN

f : _____ 4 7 21 .._ __ 1.a) ,
___________ 21,83Slv't4 son city -
wood. produced __801 8 19 40 John Todd
ante your, pulp :- ut SEL4; ___. _____ n Ilk 20 -
State News ___ ._ _______BIi 8 19 4U June Todd _______nn__ 2633O'Ly 1" ldlf: .
:
ot II\\'I
Live I n the nation amounted to 4,394- : --- --_ 4 7 tl Unknown -- _.---__. __ u' M '' },

1 1I 66 tons. The entire matter, the of N\V44 .a N1Y4of 2 7 111 120 The aeorgla Loan &: I I'l'ru.t Ilk 47 In, E 1 end of Sarot>- / I

S\V41----------------- _________ 73,04Icty "011 City Ex. .u strip 80
I 1 article Is a. subject to which'lorida Co. u
says ft. wile __ ..? 4 7 21 Mm. Josephine Hall. .._ 7.8
!I I could "give earnest selenitic ot NE1,4 & NM'4 cf SEW.of } > bib ft U of ,, j'' 8
___ a 1 19 180 J. V. Edwards ________ n.14 IW n" HH sere 4 +{
& $ NEy 6
of. :
NW tor. of NWfe {
attention.
I II : I of ..."J'4 & ::0""'\''' '. ofS1cL .___ 7 11 ,: j ll
; ________ 118.14 : 1 Qeorve iodgs-------- .n 7,0
BY OUR EXCHANGES SE. of ____ 3 1 It 1110 Tho.n.olwlrl. Val ArrEe t3wy4
I TOLD & ,. 8u4r 21.33L1 '., ut 8m' of y' r
; l\lIaml-The "dude" ranch ideas N'n;. oft N +y of Nl \ -----10 7 111 40 J. W, 8urr"noy -------- of :NK'i .. __ ___ ----e .7 21 4 flln$ <1H Prldgeon u__ u_ 7.tjjjl [

$ of 1'1; ;:1,4 & NE4i\ ofSE41 __._ ______ __ .'
ISI'J of NKHiK'i DO Jo _
I The ____. ____ n..o '
here. ply
I( growing la popularity _______________10 7 111 12t N. J. Knight lt."uill ?l
-'" '0' .-. ." _,_,_, n. 00 II I Irst "dude" ranch in Florida with : 8""t ______________10 7 13 4" P.V.' Harry _________ 21.33 IN' of. In NWV.NI3" cor.-- ___ot___NEtiof .__ _.18Arrow 7 11 40 Jlen"ry _?___I__ 18.0 lW, 1'
I ItW" I
0-- In the 1 ill the trimmings of a wild west "\ot of al..... _____. _____10 7 111 U N. L. Knight __________ 111.33 NK'4' bt'ing A.IO: ft. N & ? I'

'land Union carpenters strung water were myster- of NWIi & NW'4 of S by 4Ji, ft. W) IiI W_. ___ .20E14 7 21 _.6 L. 0. Thomas ._________ 7.112{ "
12.62BWu& .
I bucking bronchos, N. L., Knlllht __________ ,
announced a reduction iously disappearing., I arch Including 1S'1i '4 __ ___ .______11 7 19 80 !! ot SVVi!. ..x. 1 A In NIl: 1 ,.1 I

I'll, iny scale from a dollar ow-puuchers and cattle roundups. ot SW. & E 111. ofS44 cor._ _______________20 1 } II R. H. Jon.. IS.oU. ,.t' r

'r wage seventy-five cents. The Melbourne-According to an- The ranch will be under the supervision : & W";, ot___IE'4!____ --11& 7 19 240 O. W. harry ____--148.64 I U:'4 of tfwVi _____.._____ 21 7 40 U. Smith & Co.19,0 i .! 1j I ,

.ill n" to bad been !In effect here nouncement made here Thursdayby 1 of James II. Bright, NWy4 NEor or NW\si: J c4____________11 1 19 40 J. W. Surrency ________ at.33 12.3BWllj '4 coo,. A. .coin..... 115;. ft. W of SIOor. of I. 'i' A '1'' 4 I
\
rate 'I
h,' i I prominent Florida. developer, and NF.t 7 1\1\ .Iii A. O. Oowe" ----------- &runN211)fl.\V' i
El4 --- NIV! .
Republican r13
times. The new Dr. Glen Henley chairman Rt tvo :rE 4
ab i,,. 'boom" ;Sack Miller, rancher-circus man 1yy 1/n ; of a4e"; 210 ft. S 310 ft. M 210 ft 1'' f

Decomes' effective July first. executive committee, a stables will or SW... N of road 3 ________ 2,40NEy4 to pt. of be*. ___ _______23 7 21 1 Unknokn ___________ I.n'L..t I ,
L. Kelley
r" and cattle dealer. The ____ 1 8 20 2 Mr. M.
______ '
e number of leading men in the & 'v or road 6 :< :>I j & K I \ of )
____ U.08 v
__
councils of the will attend a Include 75 horses, many of which \ of NE\4 _..__ I 6 I 211 40 airs. l\[. E. Clarke N\Vi, of NtLj-; _____....25 7 21 HO H. It. Halt _u_________ 348 ,

I' Oak-F. W. Brown and A. party have yet to be saddle-broke. All N44 sni... NW4i& Ely & Mabel Sapp ___._ H.18 \VII,, of NW Lt Ot NEV. ____25: 7 21 20 L. U. Hall _______________ 14." 1' r
E. A. "
Holland of Danville Va., are meeting here on Saturday, at from fo SW 1,4 -_ -_-___-__-___11 8 20 lCO :1\\2 of SKV: & WVi ofSl'fi t'i t''

T the lessees of the Suwannee which representatives from the the stock has been Imported- Al SW'_ f. _SE'/4_ __S__ofbranch 11 6 20 20 E. A. & Mabel Sapp _____. 9.68NLu of MCV4 __________8S 7 21 60 Atoll- William\ _____u__ n.l, I '
anon' Wyoming. -- : of s\VV4 ex 1 A In 4
Fourth
,'v tobacco warehouse, and are principal cities of the con- I of NWy & an WSof Clarke-. SNit.: cor. for church _.__29MV 7 21 89 N. O. Jones ___________._ 11. l 1
I'" i to handle the gressional district will also be NWIh E of river ________11 8 20 100 Mra, Ah E. : ..r.N\Y.1.4 vx. 1 A InSl f

making preparations In leaf which will be present to nominate a. candidate Gainesville-The greatest BumI I Coco at NW ....I'. of NW\ ':: cor( to "f. .. .---39 7 21 8V Tx. \i._ Jones ______u_____ It.! ; i f
tau' f( increase for to run against Mrs. mer school In Florida's history Is of NRV,.. and run M: 220 -- fir. 41V4t of NK'jx. 1 Lot to I I r
congress '
,,,.. a(I ..m the market this season. Democratic under way at the state universityhere yds. to wire I fence thenceK Harry & 1 lot to J. T. S S;
Ruth Bryan Owen, branch
of to McKinney Loveliue! A 5 A In S\v ror. 11 I
nominee. with 1,632 students most thence N alone. said of :NW4* of HWli 8\Vt\ '

l ksonvllle, Six Jacksonville them public school teachers, according branch to sea line thence of NWV Inn'one A In NU I' 4L1y
seeking the general con- Norman W on said line of hWi-4: of S\V14 7 21 134 C. U. Roberts __-n_____ U.; '}
car (29
are to Dean J. W. 20 25 Hester Thomas ...___.. H.I ;f I
!trms ___ _______.12 6 (
he 25 Rerea &. ot tlW
g. of NICE Ey!. ,
1trin,'tlon work on the proposed Perry- The first bright leaf to- who is in charge. "This Is fully Com. at 8W cor. of NWVt of of HKS: _.__.._"_ __ ._ _?*_SO 1 Jr 100> ('t. n. Robert ____ __u H. ',)r > "

dormitory structure on the University bacco to be cured this season In 200 more than we expected to N1SH;: & run N 220yda. towire vii, of NWl, of NWU 1 21 20 t'. 11. )Hobert ______n 9. ',' n', 0

) of Florida campus, the bids Taylor county is being cured this have, which means every facility is fence, thence. 10 to NEVi!) of NW\4 ____ _____32Join 1 21 40 Chits M. McKinney ___,__ U. fJ! i

in bt opened on July 9 at Gaines- week on the large plantation of! taxed to the utmost," the dean McKinney H along 1 unlit branch..achJ, thence S 4/ 4 NKV4.. .at M UK run cur W. of 175 NWi4 ydx. of N l .41 Ii,

when the State Board of con- Thomas B. Puckett. Other growers "Several ago, following line. of NliW E 175 ydM. H 175V.IM ,
said years 176 yci :
viiu! ______12 8 20 25 M. L. Crew ____________ 16.8

till'I meets In monthly session In the county are preparingto passage of a state law permitting :UJ"of thence W to_beg___________13 8 20 40 M. L. Crew ___________ 1H.O NISI.to.if.t''If.-3 NE-4 _acre__ ./___&_33 7 21 48 Mra. J. It. Davie ________ It. : 1. d

rh,.rr. fire their barns this week. The Florida. tteachers to obtain creditfrom NW"of N\VI\i & SWi. of N.< of &: IIWof 1

tobacco on the Miller, Hendry outside institutions, our NWVi lelIlly/ / rlghtof NK'i.{ A'ELf river ___ .___34 1 21 n R. J. PnwllnirUnknokn :_ u.uu_ U ,I d I IP'y
__ _
__ 84.9 +
___
Brothers farm at Shady trove dropped off! way ______________14 6 20 78 O. W. $app __ : of :NKCi; : of Mini _. ____35 1 21 2\1 ____ ___..__ I 9>> r1 1 t,
school growth
-i 1 Augustine-Dr, Alfred L. summer N1 SV4: of Nliycur. Nx.2 A In SH I ___,.. .- I :N2 of NW 44 ot NSVl\,. ______35 1 21 20') t'nknokn: _____u. ___ I. '
recently appointed to thepresidency also the Florida Land Trust Farm perceptibly. However, within the '. and NWU of NEVEx. ..- All ___20 t 2J 84.llIknow". .___. _____Inn 1't I
,,
,, wn I:;:. A. & Mabel Sapp. H.1ItN1:1o. .h .'
On of the State School for will and be the of plantation high grade of quality D. T. King and last' few years It has bore than summer re- : .. of 2 A MSij In rid N: of cor.Hy._________14 15 8 8 20 20 78 16 U. W. app ---------------- t.ld ------------------2. __ : _--__: 24 1 1 za 24 AID 640aa : UnknoWO--Unknown:: :: : :::::::::-Ut: '' 11 I., ,
a The present --
Blind, arrived Friday covered. Ulk. ___ _______241 1 ,
rhi'' Deaf and 6 Lute 7 MI\ 10( 12 uf All ex. SKU of Sl'.Vi ______21: 4 : 8\1\1 Unknown t
on July formally assumes these growers are assured of a school Is the biggest thing of "its 10 New Itlvor In 10'-a' of All _____u_ ___ .___.24 4 22 640 Unknown ____ .__nIn .
mid good price for their products. Every kind this state has ever known. NEV4 of Sec 23 & Wof M-i: of NEV4 & WV of I
t."
its exten-
,. of the school and .___ .________24 6 20 Nhtdayiludgee--------- I __ of 2* ITnknown 56 !
iini-ge! field of tobacco in Taylor coun- NWi-4' of .- NB14 ill N oe ,,f jMWVi .._ 26 {00 ---------- / 11 d
sivi .propertleshere. Dr. Brown Loll4/ 5 ofUlk. 24 New Rlver .-.w- HI'::'. ot r-n- >;h _____-_- __U 4 24 41) ITnknown "'- N { c 3?
been in the work of eduiitlnK -., ty shows evidence of being high Pensacola Pensacola played In 13W of NIL j of Sea. 3.18 All ____-._____-__I__26 4 24 A10 Unknown .. ------------ I '
huh! long with grade. I railroad Thursday In one 23 & WCi, of NWty, of __24 8 20 II. J. Supp' -------- ---- All ex. HI-1, of ..___ 4 24 uno Unknown ----------- I' I I I
a
been to
host a l)
,' the deaf, having celebratloiw NlJVi of SWV4. L x. A In 39' Wallace Nodd. _______=__ !fl.S ; MJW 1 of to< Ui K\-___ 4 22 40. K. C. Cannon ----------- 11. ,' I''
most comprehensive __ 5 20 0f J Jof
tin Colorado State school. of the. NW cor for *chool.____ *7 Sr. 12.Iit) NIII & IV'y H\ rVi A HKVi:' q
Sanford Announcement was the city has ever witnessed, of BVj of Lot 11_____-SO a 20 20 1. W. 1'lnnoluter (oIW"V';1, Of SIO',4 IIi''In 11 < l

it welcomed the Frisco system W .,, otLotl&SEy.oty ) Sr. ___ 2U1 & NK1 of SHAll __ .. 4 a 580 Unknown -----------
Sanford when
Plnholnter,
the 13
of made through 60 I. W. '
state board Friday __._31 8 20 r
Tallahassee-The 24
4 's
_1 Lot 1 __ 040) Unknown ---------- .
Commerce that the St. which had spread its 6.000 of Lot ____31 6 20 ISO: 1. W. ripholator, Jr.____ 72.7 ..
duration may modify In some particulars Chamber of Lot 2 & NV 11 lOW ,,f Mill: & 101.l of NEVall : .

the plan of distribution of Johns Rivet Transportation Com- miles of lines to the Gulf of Mexico Lot 3 At H'-i:: of Lot 4_ Ac_NVilof ::: 31 6 20 160 J. M. MUHlo ____________ 91.14 1 .4 Wt1ofN1't4UuI. : : 22: ,'. ii K' j I.
4 Unknown
/
had brought with it nearly Lot 10 river 'n_ 80 200 --- -------
tin so-called equalization fund followed pany, which has been operating !3 and guests of SVj of LolI\ (Ex. 11 A In NKVi .. .____.33 4 23 1811 Unknown --- -- .___-- 64,. (i t { .
this year where the time boats a week between Sanford and 5,000 persons who were NW cor. being; 186 yda. N --.. _. 3d 4 22 380 Unknown .------------17i.- I {
otNNI'tof F
.'!ones for the next apportionmentof Jacksonville, will increase its facilities the city. A parade more than a &Sby: 230'd.1'&W: ____)__&_31 0 20 110 J. E;:. Clemons _________872Com. Eta\ N&LkIVI/NWt1 of : ,
visible evidence 10 II &
demands of/ mile long which gave 8V.: \' of Lot Nii4; & "SP.i.4 of 1
funds for support of the com- to meet the under Euf NW 4 of NWV: & KV4 \VVii I of NWI.4 & Mia\ _-_ -'4NWVi 4 22 660( Unknown -- -- ----266 .I
schools of Florida, W. S. business formerly handled by the of the city's development uf S\V44 ot NWSW\ mon nations, a _32 6 20 60 1. W. Plnhol.ter, Sr. ---- _.___ --,2NN
state superintendent oil Clyde line which is scheduled to the flags of five of SWkot NWy _______ I At HW' & 044xof.41544.36 4 24: 680 Unknown

rawthon, The which Included 8.,4. of IIE'4: & SE'4' otIIW'4 ________ 89.03 N yof NW\4 3U of 24 80 Unknown ----------
1.
__
all stop Its river service July sports program 120 A. L. Green ----------S ,
is advising 8 20 .
instruction, ______82
public contests : _______ N of KVa. of NI tor N'4 9
diving ______
county superintendents. company Is owned by Thresher swimming meets, All \ SW'4' ,1 Sof I. Groan ____._______ s.18RI of NW\) of loin I & :a.. __.33 0 4 23 31 Cary & 1'oek ____ 18, I'r '
ban- 15 A '
motorboat races and a Wro4yad __________33 8 20 I of 8KUuf I'11
also
Brothers of Orlando. It was and Urown 18.0dWI K\iI\ of NKV; & N'II t
I 20 4hlu.( ------- ---- fr'?
learned from the chamber of commerce quet for 600 places, comprisedtensaco1a's \\o.{ ot s\vy; ____ ---U 6 NWV4 & SWi.4 of Nwh .- i ,
New Smyrna-A huge 350- welcome to the Frisco , for an- 8 20 119 --------
land- that complete plans Ex. I A to ehurch34 :\ of SWV4 & 1:1)\: ) 1
shark +
was 21.33
man-eating N1444
pound other boat line between Sanford The city teemed with visitors from N o t NI _.-_- ------- 4 1 2t 40 1'Ivkenx: Srook.--------- n.n HWtll.n.. -- ._- --. 38 4 22 4U Mr*. label II. Naff.ut 5 II'

ed here Friday off Shryock's dock expected to be I than a dozen states of south ot NW44 N ____________ 1\ 1 20 80 J. E. Clemons -_-_-_-_-__--_-__--_-_1611.13 Lot 2 or 6 A I In N 1i'% of I +
Hall who and Jacksonville are more _______ 8 7 20 320 H..P. (U..Lnot 122\ Louis U, nlll -
by R. L. Shafer and O. P. of them weere Lora 8 1110 11 12 __ NE4i -H------------1 1\\ --- ----- fl' ,
announced within ten days. and west. Many SWy4! oCNEy4 r. aa 4\1 ", ---_-- 3 { ; ,
& of
The NE\o.\ : MM 'i f fLot
of .
fishing jaunt. 83.NW'i
were enjoying a Frisco trains, N'h 20 120 Weeka-nltch Co -.----- .. \Wlmlierly ___ __ 1'I.. .
brought In by five _____._______ 8 7 Lot 41 Woudlawn 11 Ii 2U in I lore u I '
two however, were augumented by the advance. guard of & NE' of _____121.2.InH. 19 In Worallawn. 11 6 1'11I141 & itedlsb ---.-- h" ..J.N2
!
which were ___ -
-
c'c'o : Mw' -
Florida's potential n. I
A. 'NNl:4If8t'
Tallahassee 199 .
I H.
the Arnold .
about four other men when service to be I A In I a1J cur, for 8 7 20 John ('. Cuno____________ 14.1111Lut : of HWi/t of 101'U I t ; ---- -I
shark, which measured eight anda Itles In the production of wood a regular passenger 1 accord- ot IIl.J'4: ______ 8 1 20 40 Anw. Ozena U..dwlA ---- 1.26 : of r l'a! I } (I
-
by August Ward __ 8 7 20 l
In thE inaugurated lilk 1 Clty l.ul 1' .13 --
half feet, was hooked with a tar- pulp to supply a demand of James 1\ of __ 8 7 20 Airs. IIsena (tlo.lwln ---- 1.2d .:.an 1VmulhltVrl ::=__ 1
announcement 2:I Ward Clty ------
141k.
hook and strong rope. The"maneater" United States which surpasses th Ing to the Lot 2 of 3 Ward City__ 8 7 29 Mrs./ tisane U"lwln ---- I.24 '-. 57 In Woodlitwn _n li 23 10 Alh'e/ M. Tuft .- "
pon after II home supply Is the subject of aD M Kufn president of the rail Lot aIt Blk. 8 7 21) Mr. Q. Jt" Qutlwln -,---- I.21i I.ot 4'J In Wooilliiwii .___. 19 5 22 10 lletlln, Itennott '
was discovered Loin i f6 11 oant Cltr 2 ,Lot SO! 'In Wonitliiwil. .. ____ 13 ftl.ot 22 10 Horr .rrowhr.---n---. .. ; I 1 ll .1

fish which the two fishermen had I article to be produced In thE \ 11 ______________ 8 7 20 ifrs Duna OOllwln ______ 3.0dL.'Il" 19 III Woiiilliiwn ____III: 5. 13 10 H. M. l-hurihlll: --- ... tI M d. +
Ward City Ward Lot GO-HO \Vondlii\vti' .13 6 23 20 I.j d..rt..r 1 I .} ;

: 1 a 10 of _Ulk.___ .14 8 7 20 Mra. Usem4 Godwin ---- 3.11 Lot 5811 13 In Wood lawn 1.1 6 22 40' .1: II. William, .n-------- I '
City ). ---Ward---- In Wooilluwn 14 6 24: 10 II. II. .auger.. .,__ 0
? .>lk. 16 Jr. 2.36 '\\'t. ll : A all: ol'S { 7
Lot 12 o J.V.. Plnhol..ter, S'
road's 8 7 20 ---- t
City __ -Ward----- 11WUfJ.lbwl/ .___ 14 15 92 80V. P I'uadhody -- 1 {fni r'

:;: tik.. 11-12 ;f Skltl: 8 7 20 I. W. r'lnhol.l"r, Jr.8. ,.ot 11 \Yvodlawu. _____.14 II 24 10 II'. ..j.lwln FU8ter". _:: '
LetCts {
jj.'III'
; --lk---30 Lot/ 87 18 Woodluwn _. 16623 20 H. A. I'aty .___ n_.__ Ii i
Lots 1 2 -l1-U-- { PA.Crush l .U sot ? Wootllawn.17 123\ IIIIII'/ '*. IU,...a Wagner 7 }
)
a 20 :
: ,, ., ______ 7 y ---------:cLots Vtlln = =: l1}' rj ,
___ .
<. : j ,... \;.> Ward City -t .Lot 4'2 WnoOhtwn 17Lot 6 22 10 lioru Wlmberly .- -_ 6 9 ,

,' >, \",..< Z\1I\ :'r' Y. -l. .".' : Clly 1 II_ of_ _11lk._ ___23_ ___Will'_____ 8 1 20 Mrs. T. t', Ward _______ 2.38 \Vu..dll&wl/6H & 8''J Vf lut-3'J._-in/7} II 16 Mrs. Laura A. DUnoll'V. -- I I ;1 .

>\ Lots 2 lOot 101k 22Vard Wonilliiwit ., 15 II J2 10 \ ::1[. Keddlili --..------ i I !
\ .;./ __ 8 7 211 Unknown ___ _____ 2.36 Lot 13 In vi' >
die ,
City of 111k. Ward M'/u' of I lot i9 I Ac all lot 30( k. r... n

.: <..... 'I[ Lots 3 4 799 _22_ 8 1 20 MMM.' OZ'IH 110llwln______ 3.96HWh WVy of lot. :.11 :In Wood- I'd' i1( &
s \t City SW'4 II 1 20 40 Joll" 4.. Cone ---_______ 14.66 lawn .--H 6 22 26 Unknown --------- 1 {, '4/ '
F f tis of \ u.u Loin 1 2'3 .1 I 6 8 7 811 18
Q
,, a4 .t 4 ('sus a R Y All ,' V'? f.11\VSi_S_olty._ .: 9 T 20 6 A. I1 I.uw. _______._____ 3.1111Sg' 44 35: 45 48 51 53 III \\ ood. ' b
n Acres -- -- -- __ 22 Ilivmliy 70 ;
--- 19 5 ) T. 11
', _. ___ _______11 1 20 411 1:1.:: M. Molt -.----------- 21.61\\ lawn 180 t' '
ut SW4' H'.t. lot 68 \\.joillnwn. 111\ 6 226MI'll. Laura .t. lllHxell .1.-. .
of i
SW t, ot 10000J"/ & 41. 4 .
LutH 37 5'l: fill 80 In Wnod-

\ alvy\ &E1130ftofSW44of __:.________11 7 21) 83 C. F'. t.ltchllsld __________ 83.18 fawn __20 6 22 40 Jl.'ntrlfe" A(. Gilbert __-- 1 I 1hl i t 2 'I 'Ii
LJj 411 I', I''. 1.11'hll..ld 111.6:1Hwt' : Lut I In Wouilliiwn ._ .itOLut 6 2J It ii line UIIHIIII t i 1 }
t.JIoJl" __________1. 1 2f .
: .r S N'.f.t __ __________111\ 21) 41)) 1111'''' Julia A. Cunnnigham 21.3'1 32 In \\' o.i.l..luwn ..h 21) 6 2.1/: 10 Mm. Laura A. UUxoll-___ 6 ( il ilN'V1 1
H\Vli.
40 hardy l'uch.-elt. 21,9L :! H il'V,) or NII. & nit:' ot A..
,. tit SLLi) __ _. _____nlll 1 20 ---------- ', ', ofK!:' Ai ll'.a) of II' ,'
lassNo J ,
14 A A or___SL1: _!___uf__SIy4________16 1 20 8 Mr. Julia A. Cunningham 6.aT of N W NW'i It"r, ,f of NIv't NIJ'/i' 'of of NIJ'i NVVViis ) \VI1o' k 4 I, I
& M p
N"ut Jo I'JI'of HW\4\ :' or NW; uf NVVI, & '
3 I"'I
> & i
? r. X ,t ; "+', >. %' '?c' 3 't't2 ot 8\V42 ut NIty4 MWi Ie:, uf NVV' i ax. Irt A Q
C y '
? e d; vVy N< N \f IoIh'1ot II'J:! oH W'M. i. I ,{ s
>; of HEhlB 1 21) 18 A. r.. Crosby ________ .1.61 In HI: cur & of Hwi-4 ,>

t"tO!fI A or NWy/: NI/ _'t._r__-_____l6 1 20 40 John C. Cone _._________ 21.6 &of Hi:1)HI'J'/i':''\), of uf NW's&NW4 I }' ;Sjj'"r' )I'r I' y'of

:u &I 30AofWl1 : (: 1 1
of Nl:b ________11 7 21).11 I) John C. Cone 611.63 NIt! Of '''V I t
4
Cunnlgham I.U! NI'Lt' f/f/ HWV, & Wi. nfoJW't.
NEI'21 7 e2t 14 Mrs. Julia A. .
t E 14 A of NI ?
NV0"t
/ nf Hl-JVi &NW'Iof 1 1N
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'' All N1V% ot e._______23 7 20 28 Mrs. Julia A. Cunningham 18.82 NJ Wj of HWVi: ofof ,1' { ip ,'
A. __________ Ii i'i h SEVi: 21 6VVVi'of 22 3 It Krevnrd Inc III? ,
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: M d't'J.of&;\ /. _$_E4i_____&___8E'/4___'__ofvI __22 7 20 120 J. W. Lewls ____________ 83..0 1W44 of NW'J': of NWi'i -of 21 II 23 40' Mr, E It. Harmon .___ 19 t ,r' n

W'' or SSFr') ___!_)_\____&_23 7 20 6/1/ N. L. 'r..colt __________ 21.86NWo. iIlI'JItoIWI4' of NWIot 14 b

fi Wor\ ot HE'4 SEy1____________U 7 20 40 W. 1'. 1Iyrd ___.________ 18.06 NKVj NwC: I &Uf K'i N"UfHJoJ of NKVi!' of of 1 : t

at HE cor. of Hec. 24 NWlJfc I':'* of ofNEVi r''
& run W on Sec. line/ 100chnH. or NWVi & NEVi of f

N 20 chn.. E KM( NlJVi I "f, HW __ ._.5 22 70 1) n. Urownlnir ..- $8 ,'I.
chn*. to Sac: line S 20 NI:"' of. NEM: 24 6 23 10 Unknown ------_-.- 16
80.60Deg. NE'of: -
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110 ttoberts 4I
chn to beg _____ _______24 7 200. Cf1 I ? MEVl of NW'/i' of HVVi/4 & 4't'W41 '

440 yd*. S ot NW cor. ; .of WVii of NUV: of

of Sec. 25 & run H 458 t'4. SW" / __________ .___23 6 22 20 Mabel Wainwright ---- 11 I 4
ski+' 3. 4 4r" yd.. S 1320 yd*. W 45.yd IEy4: of HWI',, ex. W 10 A .22 5 22 30 J, H. Malhl _______u____ 23 1 N r '
..*. N 1320 yd*/. to the pt. ufNWyofNE'
__ .......__25 7 20 120 The deorgla Loan A VSAotN'y \ 11NW4 v
of bag ____ 'l'ru"t0.. 82.9( : / 23 8 22 6 Mr. 111.1 Edward --- 11 l ,
----- ----- a
,-- of HWVi of NEVi' ot ,
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of HWVi\
NKV4: 2 of( Hlk. f'town of III'
/fic4tYJtyAMRY "- fat;'1/4 & SEVi: of aifVt- ,li Lawtey W of icy------ 23 23 l'otre. Jessie l Wooten .---- 16 D
11'tvu Yb"k f 400 A also beg. 60 chn*. .. 8B ,
458 Town
lot '
& Ilik. 7 ex I 'Yt
?+v .tI W of SE) cior. Sec 25, & ._ t a of of Hy. ____S3 tt Mr M. E. Edwards. --_ 22 I 1J a

run W on H.". line 40ohnn. oJ si-.' t j i I 13.aL; LoIs 4 t I Town of Lawtny ;,,, hs1'L ,

..r...... N 20 chn. E 40 chnnH a, ... 7 -. E rl, fly. In H..u. 23 24 24 2fII\ 23 V. C. Klnlaw --------.- ., 9'c'
80 ,_
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r : 20 .er i '-.--. ,<>t 10 ex 3 i lot* In HW ror i I
y V
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: Acre toil ft hy 210 ft. each BLawtey ) Kt' 1,4
W or NE cur otSac. '" C. Klnlaw 3
'p 60 chnn. In Nees. 21 34 25 28Jom. \ 6 23 D. ---------
29 A run /H 1639 ft. 1U5 ft. E of SW cur ', tb
a64.ft
t. ; W 234 ft. Nlf.39: ft. U: 231'I "* ... v of lot 10 & run N 210 ft. .... I r

DI4ILIO JWOM K/tC IlEll fi A EO to the pt. of netf.-8 --. .. E) lay It. H 210 ft \V Kir -. '. ..r.. .. w' .1'I' t 1oce.
'" J+CIlO' 1' rlJr3 Acre, also. ting. 99 chn. ft. to beic. Ea: .t Luwtey --"" -rar

1220'.ISfO'I ; : 9'bl' v btl nrr W of NE our of Hec. 25 -.. N 23 24 25 _.. __-_.._28 B 22 Mr. It. C.Lot Dodd __..-__,. 3t I
& run W 435 ylie.. H 113- 6 12 Rant. Lawte80CM 61 i 4t

1 ,,'If Ii 1.3 yd* E to 43D K.in yd'*. N A 1U-.__25 7 20 498 C. O. Roberta 1..__-__-_..22S.6< 2.1: 21 2r u_ __ 28 8 22 Mr. H. R. Harmon ---- 1 I '+.' /
1.3 yds
of lot 15 Mimt
';" I (' 14 HW\ b
t--t 3Vti, of NEVi! \ & NVi of SEV4SWVi : Lawtry In S..PH. 21 31 Jl 28 8 23 D. C. Klnlaw nn ___ 36111 I
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1 ti r ., __ & \ ofeSE3i Trust Co .__.__._____121.54 Lot 211 I Eunt Lawtey Sues 23
ALL __ ______ \ 23 Aire. B. It. Harmon
.,. 24 25 .. 21II ------ I'

'- :'-. .. vlH of. for NEVi' church less 1 A-_In-__NDcor -__ 88 7 20 79 Truman D. Dyal ...______ 43.6i vot* ao. 21 SI 24 i2 25 Eimt. LuwleyMeoM. .. 28 5 23 Mr!. M. E. Edward -- 44.I 1 I t,

; five Acre In SK: cor.; ofHiU .I'-, of lot 3.1:! (or N 200 ft) .

1 of .NEVi- _'.__&__ NVx of 2SH 5 21 86 Unknown '_______.__ 38.91 Cut:, Lawtey Sue. 21 21 & Mason. 92",9' 'I IU '
:'\ SEVj n.---- _______*____28 8 23 Wilson ---- l
i < of HEVi' of NWVi 10IIWltJ.ExIAlnNwcoor. fn'Eaiit I 1'
| w' ; -1" ..ot 43 LawteSoc.- __________ 1 J'
LVUX3 13Q7M -;; : 83 24 JR __- _-: --U 6 23 Will Lee ._ u irk ,
of SWVt of HWVi &SWy' \ t 31 210 n W. Walnwrliht ____138.(r Lot 44 In Ea..t Lawtey Sec. ''L
J3:0.. J O. of SEV ______+.____25 ___118 8 23 Cande Calhoun __n___
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Carter _______ IK.Ot' 23 U 25 I
Mr J W. d
,;, vIEVi\ "/ NWT. ________ 28 5 ill 40 ,f 1
MAkf i ift _____________21 B >: 1 40 11'1I. Maud Wainwright 1V.OC jot 6H In Bait: Lawtey Secs. .
II. 6 D JKV4 of 8EV4\ 21 24 ft _. .-_ __..___28 6 22 Mr. F.. It. Harmon -- -- .t

N.ot E.f: N'NI-\o.lot\ of..fw4/--.-8&A.SEw.; e33 S at 84 Louis Wllkerion --M-- 27.14S Lot 23 80 U In 21 Kat____Lawtey__ Sec.__ _.24 S 93 lit 1'*. E. R. Harmon.__- 3. '

of 10 nik. 3 : lot Lot' I Hub Div of lot 13, IIJ

:f 10 BIk. 8 HellbronnSpring .: : Unknown- ______.___ 2.4C Lawtey In Sec. 2J
: .-36 21 J:2t& ..28wot 8 23 Mary MartinS _________ "
About 7 Acres. In 8E cnr. of 10 11 01te Bah. J IV- 1 I, ,


_zo' I NL of 1fF.4.' Ex.NEV4!platter& >'randIn 24 In 25 East- \n Lawtey__. _-_ ___Sec. .*_. _23_ 28om 23 Thad Nicholson________ 1 81,

NW eo, A 8W 4 of ... at MS! ) cnr. of N W>/ of

of NEV4.1'1 VEx.of N SBV4 liO ft._-_A__EVi__-38 5 21 103 WEllery Da.l. ________ 89.88 NWVi cur Ben! of. Bald 24. A 40 run thenrn rf to i VI.NE t

: Lou 1 tic W% of Lots tl H to land of U II. Hill 4 y V

12 of Bik. 4 In HellbronnHprlnyi O.'" w. Wafnwrlaht ______ tl.2t thence W on line of *aldland 1 I4', ii
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._____ ____38iWVi B 21 780 ft. thenre H 830
of _. 38av B 21 42 D. K. K-ttl.he ----.- 11.08EI .It,
n.lI-i-r -- ft. thanes W 800 ft. N
\t'A f.COIJO>s FLOOQ PLED> I of Io ;; Bite. 3 1000 ft E 419 ft. thencaNortherly
FIRST: FLOOQ. PLA: {, of lot. 11 12 (of Hlk.of 1000 ft. thence

...'1" lots 1 I 11 12 of Rlk4V .- 1H8 ft. to .bag ______21-24 S S3 Mr. E. R. Harmon ---..- 1 ", J 1
'' ,... J "'I' lot 468789 of BIk. Wa'tnwrlllM 5.04Com. N' of HKVi\ of HWVi & Soy +
Maud 'n .bill a
;-' .. 8 Hellbronn Spring.38 S 21 ---? 270 J, II. Moore .., I n
J. of NE of SWVA ______24 K -- '
r-- 1 ..b __ 4111 ,
-, at NW cor. of BIk. 4 E4EV' 24 SUI'') W. A. Uoodfellow J
of of I 8WV.
IWVi ________._
-- of Hellbronn Springs & JWV4\ of HWf of NBtl.et II 22 10 Alex Ott ______

A UNIQUE: HOUSE I welcome In the chilly: days, sunshine, making: tn6s# room! runS 130 ft. E 440 ft. 8 JKV4 of NEVi of NE<4 _.__21 6 22 10 Mattle A. Wooden -._. '
warm .
130 ft. W 440 ft. to be* ,
LOT under the healthful and: cheer, Hof SWVi\ of NE44 A E'4ofNEIILofItW'4.U Edward ..,._ 1 tip
FOR A CITY i and a long window box at right angles to and S 22 30 Mr. M B. 2.

I row of windows la the front makes A tiled bath, with rte ballt-li parallel with public roadx IWV. of SKVi\ of -25 II 22 10 Mary U. Sapp lI'

and dainty Id the tub. a large<< tinea: closet and i. one lot In NW cor. of AI II\ of of NWI4 II'
( Bro. Archta. ; the room cool same SS ft, N S by 150 So'r'1 klnral.y _. .2S II 4SW'It. Mary Small ____
By R, c. Hunter & complete the second1! floor. Wainwright ___ .8.24 K road .
summer, when geraniums and hall ft. E 4V W _______ ._____38 15 21 Maud J_ I7.3H "f NKVi\ of SEW __ 21I 6 32 10( t). Davie ______ -- 1 f
New City.) Tines bloom within it. This house measures twent.hfeet :: WV4 of NEVi of SWVi____ 1 6, 11 20 Conway Matthew ---- I 8WV4: \ of SEV-<\ ;

The house shown Herewith combines I hanging dining room opens across the front and A fort; CV4of: SWy-\ \ 21 80 Mrs. Maggie E. Edward, tl.*' ) <
the unique the artlctlc and A generous room. A kitchen foot lot would alow proper' spaci' ot 1 8 II 21 80 H. E. Knight _____..1_____ 4f.0':S J JN '... F.of BW! Vi ot HEVi\: of McCant '
from the living 8 of ttW'1. -.------ Nui.sY&.of t.__ 28 5 21 S Philip -- --
the compact. equipped and a pantry with far a driveway oil: onje side-:: f of Nt1 "__________11 8 21 40 Mr*. Maggie E. Edward 180 of NWVi all NWVi
IV.Ot Mji.;
Of colored stucco. It fully fiE ____________13. 21 40 Ham Tyson ____-_ '
cream that would delight the Complete working plans 4nd< NFof'::( 40 Mr" Annie Alvarez ____ 18.01 of NEH: W ot Ry .x. SViIL j
cupboards ______U. 21 -
______
of Nt1
forms warm trimmings E4. Matrfn 1 A
green house Hufu 4V
with Its ma void\
of this
with heart of any housewife completethe specifications : W.y,. of NEVi\ _____________32 4 21 80 )'Ir.. (dule E. 8. Johnton.. 41.09W old Miry J. Robln.onu1I6 5 II 40 W. E. Knlghtr --- 4 r t
a delightful harmony be obtained for a nominal sun .
of SEV4: WV4! of
floor 44.01 Am. com. at a pt. 100
the foliage and the grass. first the second floor are three from the building editor. Refer ti of 8TCJ4 __ _____,__ ___13 < 21 to KH... R: J. L. UnderhMl__ rive ft. W or Ity. track on N ., P I; '

The individual and attractive On of houst If-A-81. 8 ty, of NEVi! &' HRi4 of rwv3 line of SEC,' of NWVi t
of good bedrooms, with plenty & NE'4 Lot SWy (es. S parallel. with Ity. _,
note run
entrance porch -strikes a and small paned windows One enters dlrecU'lnt a la.rgEliving A /In HFT: cor.. all SEVi : (Continued on Page x.ilGl .) 1 ii 0' ,
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character, and Is worthy of study. closet admit the wholesome air and room a flre-place with It I N of blg..ar --_.___24 6 21 260 D. I. A me* -- _-- .- i
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.: hi Tti was given :\Irs. O. L Beasley -a a'' ed. High score being made by Miss I III

holder of high: for women and N,. | Billie Jones, who was given II t tENT A { !
Sternberg, holder of high score for:' 'dainty hand-painted candy jar. WORn I II CLOVER FARM
I Low prize net of ,
: I 46L1 men, received a tie. Mr. and Mrs, a lingerie pinK
Stump were connoted with clever I was awarded to Miss! Hazel Kickliter. -
J prizes A bathing cap waif pre,_ .. To the honoree was givena COM UN _
e seated to Miss Jeanette burden handkerchief cane and handker-
of Atlanta,
Mrs Otis A. Barge
: und Dr. Earl Roberts received a /thief
: 1 leather soft collar container as the, After the arrival of the tea (la., Is spending several weeks at STORES

guests prizes. guests, Miss Darby was given a the Kelley cottage at Klngsley

I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, charming surprise when little lake.
Phone 29 were: Mr. and Mrs. G. )M[, Inman, MIsH Margaret Ann Mulpas enteredthe
Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. drawing room and presentedto
Mr and FOR KENT Furnished apart- GREEN SPECIALS GOLD
1t.,. _. and Mrs. F. F Stump Mr. and Mrs.S her a gay cluster of toy balloons ment with private bath, F. A. .
L. Peek, Dr. and Mrs. E, L. with the following lines: ,
D.n'nI.alltl': W J.IIIHX: (; "Our Welcome by Miss Alsop."-- "You -al'!! a'little' bride-to-be. Scott. It.
,
Biggs, Mrs O. L. Beasley Misses
AXMHTXriiJIKXT: MHH| L'glow. Florence Matthews Jeanette Dur- So stick each of us with a pin.
CAMPING OUT-Tent cost,
M 1 "How to Have Better Prayer andC. den and Mabel Weller, Dr. Earl Open wide your big blue eyes; FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY"
Friends of Minn Frances Guskltis E. )\Ieellngs"-Ellzobetb Kendrick Roberts, Powell Carpenter, Joe And beyold what Is within!" one hundred, can be had for
Amid much laughter and merri- twenty-flve. Dr. Gill, Kingsley
I Darby receiving the following Truby and Dick Stanley of Gainesville -
are ment Miss\ Lake. 7-6-2 t.
"Buffet I.uncb"-So. It. Johns. Darby followed the instructions -
fF invitations: and as each balloon -- ,
+ 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan Darby Song. lIsSluS.n'HOn.n.. was handed her, she "stuck It witha FOR SALE-100,000 strawberry National Package Grits 2 for 17cBaker's
'd i; request the honor of your "Bench Party"-Patrlcla Lambe. pin." A startling! ; explosion would plants, Have a fine lot of them c
,! fcstelle I CilVKN; HY (;. A.'a.1N1)
I presence nt the marriage of "Banquet"- Kendrick. 10 UK: follow and out of the balloons ready for setting. Both Mary

their daughter "The Sunday Afternoon Session. SlSUJ: <:..UISI would fall dainty handkerchiefsand land and Arkansas, MUslonnary /11 TimJ

2 '' Frances Gasklna ."-!Mrs. J. J. Lambe. I _, the donor's card. ordered last spring See J. n.l. Cocoanut t One for 14c C CI
The honoree in this
1' to Song. A missionary program will be unique man- Norman on my Wateroak ,

Ir;4 a { Mr. Philip Francis Magulre: Jr., Benediction. given next Wednesday evening, 8 ner kerchiefs.received many beautiful hand- N. D. Wainwright 7-6-21 JOe T lL'O
at the Baptist church by the I
m.
1 p. Baker'sCocoanut
'i'
A on Thursday evening: the twenty- TWKXTIKTH: : ('ENTL'ItY; ilrl's Auxiliary and Sunbeam Assisted by Mrs George Flynn, I t Size for 17

n @ sixth of July at eight o'clock C.\Mt CM.-II: KXTNKT.UXKII: : land, under the direction of Mrs and Mrs. D. A. Monteith, the hostess SELL OH EXCII.\NOE-Flve-acre I
First Baptist church W. J. Epperson. The program is served to her guests a delightful tract In NashVllle, Ga., in the 6.0 sheet

f, p; 'Starke, Florida. as follows: naiad course. Miss Darby was city limits for house and some Clover Farm Toilet t Paper
21cCalif.
ir lL ; The Twentieth Century card 1. Solo-Mrs. J. S. Butler dainty In a period gown of white acreage outside the city limits Rolls, 1 for
MRH. ; club was entertained last Thursday organdy with which she
N....f4T.nXtllmJESTlmTAIXf 2. One act play "OverheardIn wore a of Starke or small town In good
evening: by Mr.( and Mrs O. L. Misses Thelma and hat of white horse hair brald\ The
<4 Japan. r 2
Slicf.d
Beasley at their; attractive home on Melba SIlcox and Marjorie Newell. charming hostess wore a semi- location In Bradford county Fla. Table Peaches 29c 9

Walnut street. Summer flowers 3. Song, "Don't be Cross."- sports model of yellow crepe. Write or apply-Mrs. Hattie M. /lalves for C
t 1 Mrs N. Sternberg was' hostess added their attraction to the roomsof Sunbeam Rand Those Invited to enjoy the game Hancock, 8320 N. Edison St.,

to a number of friends at an auction the lower floor, where talliesof 4. Song "Little Feet Be Care- of bridge were: Misses Elise Sulphur Springs Station, Tampa,
I 1 : bridge party at her home on a floral design designated the ul."-Junior G. A.'s and Sun- Jones, Hazel Middleton, Virginia Fin 6-29-21* Del Monte Fruit Salad large can 39cPenny's
I'I' places of the guest at the tables beams. Weeks, Harriet Hitch Florence ,
Klngslejn lake Monday afternoon.
arranged for bridge. During the Andrews, Elizabeth Andrews, Ruth Clermont-First car watermelons -
6. One act "Japan
} 1 play
,, Miss Jeanette Durden was honoree games fudge and cigars were served Choice." Seven G. A. Girls Sternberg, Hazel Klckilter, Lucile from Lake county was shIP-
d at this delightful affair on the tables. Mitchell, Sara Golden Macaroni
6. Song, "Pay the Tithe"-By Malpas Madge Mid- ped at Postal Colonay Companyfrom or Age
J1 f C' Three tables for bridge was plac- Dainty prizes were given: those G. A.'s In costume dleton, Florence Matthews, Eunice here on recent day. ,
ed on the porch overlooking the holding high and low scores. Perkins, Mrs. Maurice Edwards .
I lake, which was made attractive Those sharing Mr. and Mrs. 7. Offering.Benediction. and Miss! | Jeunette Durden of Tam- Lake City-G. Holt erecting 20-
with quantities of spring flowers, Deanley's hospitality were: Mr. 8. room hotel south of here. Spaghetti or Noodles 3 for 16c
pa.The
and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Dr. and !Mrs. following relatives and ,
I palmetto and Chocolate lt'X'JlI'OS FOR VISITOR
ags. covered
K. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. friends of the honoree joined the
6 mints were skived on tables Andrews. Jr., !Mr. and Mrs. (J. M\ party for tea: Mrs. A. M. Darby,' Relief From Curse

.a 1 rtl t during the afternoon. Inman, Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump, Mrs. D. E. Knight: entertainedwith Mesdames D. C. Jones, Sinclair Of ConstipationA Catsup (reg,30c) -Iforl9c I

f v After several lively) progressions )Misses\ Sarah Mai pan, Mabel Wel- a prettily appointed luncheonat : reek, C.V.. Chalker, mother and ,
of bridge the scores which were Inr, and Jeanette Durden and Mrs. her home Tuesday at 1 o"clock sisters of Miss Darby; Mrs. E. IS.Canova. .
,kept on dainty basket shaped 'tallied J. K. Javens, of Texas, and Joe J. honoring Mrs. Chan Frederick mother of the young hostess. Battle Creek Physician says: Van Camp's Soups vR.ie. 6 f or45c
1 were counted. Mrs. Edward Truby and Dr. Earl Roberta of Sayles of Miami who is the guest; Mrs. George Flynn, Mrs. D. A. "Constipation is than responsible other for //e$

3; Burns holder of high was given: a Lawtey. of her mother, Mrs. Harriet PeekIn Alontelih. Mrs. \V. M. Wainwright, I more "misery any

pair of hose. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns .:\'. -AND MILS"nOOKH) I;*(. Starke. Mrs Harold C. Wall, Misses Rosa I cause.But immediate relief has been
The guests were seated in the Leviton, Isabel Fernandez Blue Ribbon Malt No. 3 66c
holder can -
of second was presented a TKKT.tl.V; ]))XXEH dining room and the table was Blanche Alderman. found. A tablet called Rexall Or-
buffet set. To Mlas Durden honoree derlies has been discovered. This
centered with artistic arrangementof
4 was given a pretty piece of The stewards of the !Methodist ,garden; flowers in red, white and Orlando-Fosgate'a! here tablet attracts water from the system
remodeled. Into the lazy, dry, (evacuating Snowdrift No.1 123c No. 2 43c No.4
lingerie. 487c 4
( The hostess served church last were entertained at dinner blue, with tiny flags, symbolic ofIndependence bowel called the colon. The water ,
Thursday Day.
a tempting evening at the I
Orlando-Sale
of additional $1100.0llll ,- loosens the dry food waste and
salad course with Ice tea. Nasturtiums Methodist parsonage by Hev. and Dainty place: card done In rose- in Orange county road causes a gentle, thorough, natural
y7 '" h Mrs. Enoch: Marvin buds marked the places. Enjoyingthe
Books !
; were used on plates as fa- bond authorized movement without forming a habitor
%y l vors. A four course dinner was served several course luncheon with -- ?-. ever increasing the dose.
I and after short business the gracious hostess were the hon West !
a session Key -Work started on
Those! present were: !Mesdames Stop suffering from constipation. : -
a very pleasant evening fol- or IlIeKt.frs.! C. F Snyles, Mrs. N. landing piers for highway ferriesat
+ E. Burns N.I.. Chew llexall Orderlle at TEAS'A1IlOcsizesgc
ql Johns, J. O. Itob- lowed. 1C. ferryman, Mrs. G. M. Inman, terminal of Key Vacns' groupuectlon a
r m Inson, L. Wynian, A. Z. Adkins, Those enjoying the hospitality Mrs. H. V. Knight and Miss Florence of road now under construction nll1\ht. Next day bright. Get 24 for
25c the nearest Hexall
14 u S. L. Peek, l J. L. Biggs, J. W. Andrews of Itev. and Mrs. Hooks were: Mes Matthews today at

Y' Jr., o. L. Bensley, D. A. era O. W? White, W. G. Halle, Drug Store.
Monteith, Geo. F. Flynn J. M. Hamilton Hitch, S. 3 Dowling, E MISS Klt.\M'iS: \ItIlY Plant City 31 cars tomatoes .
r J Mitchell( 1IIIIMe8Iabt'l! Weller and S. Matthews and.L. A. Davis IISultl'T: JI.\XIHilm-: days.whipped from here in recent three CLover Farm Flour Mary Jane Flour

Jeanette Durden of Tampa. ('III IF; SIIO\\'Elt .
Silt. .IM .MHS. .lMIti\VS: S
---" -- Jacksonville-Artlflcal lake. being Say it with Flowers
ritoon.tM C. I':, ]':CIIO ]:\j\Tiirr.m-: : BIttI)4 l
One of the prettiest of the prenuptial constructed at city prison farm pounds 36c 6 pounds 39c
fl i MKKTIXfl:: ; parties honoring Miss for state fish hatchery purposes. Flowers For All

--- Baskets and wall vases of Japanese Frances Darby, whose marriage to --- -
i flowers !Mr. Philip Maguire of DeLand. Waterto-wn-East Coast Lumber Occasions
t' sun
attractively
arranged -
+ a be The following Echo program will lent their beauty to one of will lie an Interesting event of Co, resumes operation of one of 12 pounds 68c 12 pounds 74c
given by the -
Christian Endeavors the prettiest parties of) the season July 26th, was the handkerchief 2 units at big sawmill here.
Sunday evening at the regular when Mr. and Mrs J. W. Andrews shower given by Miss !Mary Ciinova/ 1 ___ Gertrude GodbeyAnderson

hour: Jr., entertained at bridge lust Friday at her attractive N. Walnut street Tampa improvement of firefighting 24
v ; ,, Two songs-Congregation. evening at their home on Mad- home on the afternoon of Friday, equipment to conform pounds $1.2624_ pounds $1.41
"Our Illval" and "Friday After- ison street. June the 27th. with requirement. of national

;; noon Sasllonll.Ellzabet Ken- Five tables were arranged for The drawing room, living room Tampa-Government plans to spend "-
+ 1 drlck. bridge on tho screened porch and dining room which were open- $7 7OOO for deepening and widening Phone 39 Waldo, Fla.
; Song. where Miss\ Elizabeth; Andrews ed enmilte were gay with varicolored Tampa's harbor and channel -

1, 'Dr. J. A. Clarke's address," and served punch. zlnnlax. ])11 rlQA' the afternoon across Kgmout Bar. .., EXTRA SPECIALSlOPoundsNEWPOTATOES1
A hand embroidered buffet set a spirited "game of bridge was play- ..
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n mall village In Franc" j jredmiy I are some of the vegetable a
l home. erccuij! < a bronze tablet to the cheese ccmomatlons which are new)
a. memory of Mme.iHnrel. the creator and original and scientifically tested:

1 of that world fnmoiu delicacy Camen- !String Beans With Ch.....
bert cheese So important was the Turn
the contents of on. ud of eat
occasion that the President/ of France string Deans into a saucepan.. rut over
4. came down from Parli to officiate ar a Ore, let heat to the bolllne .point, In
; the their. own lI uo.. Drain .nd reheat tbe AUGUSTINE
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benns In one cup of cram canoe luslnf.
H In America however man'l olde.tfOOd half of whit. stock as the liquid. U convenient .
1 hal not assumed such a degreeof !. add one-half cup. of crated
IV cheese, Lift the beans with a fork occasionally
& importance yet one Dome-econom
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until the cheese I La meltedSerra BEACH
ic* specialist n.s found romance In a very bot.Bermuda.
I model blue and gray kitchen, the only
Onions Au Gratia.
cheese Kitchen in the world where Boll the onions until tender but not
at H. G. Mason Stand she originates and perfect novel ways too soft. Make a white) ..0.. using
to use all varletle. of cheese.the cream. Put tbe ,onions fa a batteredglass .. ,
Idea ol the kitchen that of baking dinb pour over them lb.white .
was
d I'' '.U".. one-half sup crated cheeseand I
8l '. J. L. Kraft president ot the Kraft one tablespoon. of chopped. parsley. I BRIDGE TOLLS
/ Phenlx Cheese company The director Season well and .0".' tbe top with a
ot the Unique kitchen Isi MaryeOahnke. hale sup of .buttered bread e rum. .... Bak.at '.
a temperature of 12* decree until REDUCED
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i't ly who baa don. much of the
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: :.' ." pioneer work that has helped mat:. Alp...... Aa Cra.... -
cheese a really> popular and smart Drala of Add cask
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t. aaparagaa. ;
Starke Fla. .! : . < ... .delicacy Vila with kitchen the American Mary. Delink epicure.In a*. a _pram d. sec or sap evaporated Pat the-milk asparagus to liquid Iasbaaow to a &Y BUYING PUNC |,.& [( TS-TOL". FOB CAB

.t: .. : \\.v) W)" ,.1 i. .'1.,,.... ".{J ectentlflo home-economic specialist the' liquid baklnadish.a tabUepooa. Make.., a batter mace and of .;AND DRIVER, 3c-FOR EACH PASSENGER Ie
i it daily prove that cheese is a nutritious one fablesBoea pf. Bouff. flenso% walk -
f ] and delicious (food".If eorrecilj Pours i Sale) ewe*. the' aparaiD*> .C.vew.ltb J
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,niuiiiuiiuiiiiiiniiuiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuuwiiwi, i,i ," I I III"" _'__'1 :latter, part of last week for a visit I lion as a; delegate from\ the sound l 1 - i '
i iu Plant City with her son, U. congressional district IrJ .,
Muiihee.

Mrs, Lclloy Itoaiie of New Orleans \ -
/ Bits oi B. \V. Knight, who has been employed formerly! Miss:: Mabel Kdwardi : 1
here for sometime on the of this city, arrived in the I SPECIALS
\bounce branch S. A. L, left Sun- city Friday from Lawto)'. wlu-u- : Friday Saturday A
lay fur his home in Tampa. she has been visiting her mother I Ia Ia

LrA1 1revi&Concerning ,. Mrs. M. K Edwards, and is th,' r
) Mr. Claude Underhill and faitv- guest of her brother-in-law and ; 1
I I ly, who have been residing: in sinter, Mr. and Mrs. James C'. Ad- a s"1
Plant City for the three Highlands residence ..
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Our People Business and rears! have recently moved back Gainesville San. ; a

of the County and Town. i lere Can 29c : I t :
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Progress Mrs. Hal Batey and children : Rumford Baking Powder 1
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. llutto and have returned from Klngsley lake j jI
....__. _......... children and Miss Beatrice llullen they had a cottage for a .
niiiiniiiimiimm'iiimimimiiiiuii"" uuunlumusnmunnmissuuua where
I I ( :; --'. spent Sunday In Jacksonville with few weeks, and were accompaniedby "

"*", t I I' \ l4 1 spent SaturN 1'-Tuesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs A. H Hall. Watt Klrkpatrlck: who was I Mapl-Flakes LEMONS American Malt .
I Iu'ksonvllle- the guest of Hal limey, Jr. Mr. I' :

opplll-' and Mrs. O. J. Griffla of Mr.\ and Mrs. C. D. Shank and Batey spent part of the time at I Entire Wheat Flavored

4:B'e;i,--,,t i.alnesvllle, was Lake Butler, were .Igltors: to little daughter Betty Lewis, ol the vllle lake Evening with News.his> family.-Gaines- A New Cereal Larfje Fancy Size Hop j
Jacksonville were week-end guests
Friday.|
Irti' :5"1"" Starke Monday afternoon. of Mrs. Shank's mother, Mrs. R. I
- spent Sunday L. Lewis. Rev. J.P. Hllburn, presiding Large Pkg.12c Per Dozen 28c 21-2 lb. can 49c !
Ha1"" "- elder of the Jacksonville districtwill
Jere Mr. and :Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow i ,
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I"h friends _._._ ,
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Starke remaining -
arrive in today -
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;aDdlnlW and two children of Palatka ale of Hummer lint at jour I --- -- -- ---- m
- spent Sunday In Starke with relatives own prUt. )lal1lIt'rlt!: (-'" Slio|>|,x.', over Sunday when he will' '
atvisluf 30c
\J\, O?dell'", ,,'t'I(, pompano starke :Monday.was Mrs Grace L. Murrliee and two hold the the First first Methodist quarterly church confeienceof here I''' White Way Pure Coffee, 1 Pound Can, F11

Rev llllburn will\
----- Mrs. I. J. Reddish lias been children, of New Smyrna who have While In Starke '---
of Rev and !Mrs.( E. M ,
. rorpt"1I1C' Tuesday mornJacksonville.- spending: several days in Jackson- been enjoying a visit here with be a guest
u Bald i'WII' ville with her daughters, Misses Mrs; Anna Murrhee, left last week Rooks. i Evaporated Milk
Mabel and Pearl Reddish. for :New: Orleans, La, where they I Ambrosia bar layer Cakes ,
-- will make their future home. Circle No. Three>%of the Baptist .
1 Johl1 lit Mrs. W. A. Stearns and little Woman's Missionary Society will Carnation, 7VVan Cantp'nLarge i.. ,

3unda' 1)1) tarke i with home daughter, Louise, and Mrs. A. L. I Mr. and Mrs W. II. Hayes and meet Monday afternoon at three- Fresh Fruit '

Kalrr, spent last Wednesday In son and daughter-in-law.; Mr. and thirty p. m, at the home of :Mrs Cherry, I'ineapple Orange Cans ---6'for 62c t
-- --- Jacksonville Mrs. J. W. lla>'ea, all of Gainesville J. H. Lord. A full attendance of 'I ,
nf numiiM'r hats Itt jour were in Starke, last Thurs- Is required and they '
members

tire-. Mill,-, '!:-lIt'rlt"H- "hhoppe.Butlei Jones Misses, have Prances recently Darby been and guests;Elise day .afternoon enroute to Kingsleylake. all are also asked to bring quilt I' Special Today, -18c Small Cans, 6 for 32c '

the latter part DeLandfor pieces
spent" of relatives and friends In ,

in seek m tending pa _to businessin several days. Miss Mrs Jessie Mary Gleason Coles ,and of'Lake daughter City, Marrell Mrs. Emma Norman Norman of Starke and son and, I Ivory Soap medium size 3for 24c- large size 2 for 25cMission ; y

- and daughter, A. n. and Eugene; Surrency, L. were visitors at the home of Mr. daughter, Mrs J. C Thomas, of I II .0H. "
,1 IK I 1 h.'inas i II. Gainey and L. W. Sowell, of and! :Mrs P. M. Darefoot Wednesday and Mr. and !Mrs IraCocoa
in I
shopping Apopka _
wre '
loliei) Drooker, were attending to business -
)MonU." -,trernoon.i in Starke Monday.\ afternoon returned, of after Sulphur spending Springs; several have I Kingan's Reliable SchlitzSpecial Brand j I '

--- spent Tuesday Messrs. John Powell, One days In plant City with Mrs, !':ormall'lI I Breakfast Bacon t
s Rutlpr lIon Chas. II. Register, of Lake
.1 i : Mr.
Hitch, left and! daughtcr-ln-law '
Oa., Wiggins and Hamilton son ;
Brunswick, /
,dn" III" m Butler, was attending to biiwlnetm 1he first of the week on a motor and Mrs. Raymond :Norman : t Ilrew' Peaches
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latlvi- In Starke last Friday and Saturday lb. Box ,
trip to Washington: and !New: York Plant City Euterprlse .

.1.1-1 I>',,KM. nf Graham, was City. They expect to be away two lr. .. and 2 for 43c l t I
weeks. Ensign A V. Long Bottle 15c large
r'' ,. inn'kc. Thursday morn- Mr. J. C. Terrell and daughter; Mrs. Long ariived Tuesday from 1-2 lb. Box 20c 12-oz. ,
Lois of White visiting -
Springs were
Little Miss Olive Dell daughter; Norfolk, Va., where Ensign: /: LUIIK!;
friends In Starke first!: of the of Mr. and Mrs. S. 'r. Dell of has recently\ landed! on the cruslei ----

,.U.I i ,old! daughter, Ruth week. Gainesville! has been a recent visi- Raleigh from Honolulu and art 10 Pounds d 66c I ':
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Fr.dhl i ""I Gainesville with tor at the home of her uncle and guests; of Ensign Long'H parents. SUGAR Best Granulated '
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. M Brown- Judge and Mrs A V. Long at their ? '
Cocoa, are enjoying a visit in lee. Hlghlandx; residence Ensign: Lung "
and son, Clar- Starke at the home of Mrs. "'11- and his bride who was formerlyone Lard
J i \imgan ----
I Bt "nkrr." were visitors! to son's father, Col. W. T. Weeks. The Supreme Forest Woodmen Washington! D. (','8 most Post T oasties Best Grade Rice Compound

last' Thursday! Circle will hold a meeting next popular society' girls, expect to remain t
Mi Bill Newman of Jacksonville Galnettvllle until next
in Grade '
10th, at the Iicnl ,
July
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Tuesday
- Honduras5Pounds35c
St. Augustine, spent Sunday In Starke the week.-Gainesville Sun. Fresh Shipment
(r:tin "of All members are
Hall.
Starke with rela- guest of Mr. and !Mrs. J. Shannon Masonic ''
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Butler urged to attend this! meeting. ReiMlloenr' hair, IKll.7.1 vat 2 Pounds 28c '

---- lie, only Wlj.ll.'i! : : al )III"KII'I'I"M, 3for25c '
-, "i 1111"1.' of Green Cove Mr. William Green and sinter, I'allcin hats 1 $12.73 valve, only' Slloppo, ''
" ni the week-end in Miss Julia of Jacksonville, spent !oil."% lit .MaiKUi'i' 'HO'H Sli |>|M*. -- -

WI", ''i..m\.. folks. Sunday afternoon with friends in FLY-TOX Is protecting million'
Starke and at Klngsley: lake. Messrs. O. W Hinson. L., II. Hill) of homes from mosquito) Invasion

- Howard and son, of J. L Underhill and J. U. Crews, The entire' home can he freed from
i xi"i nis to Starke Sat- n"lu1.t"'t'I' lulls., $0.75 Mil Bradford county's commissioners, mosquitoes) In two minutes Take
I It:' ,ll. n nes only $2.1)atfargacrite's: attended the state association ofcounty an Improved I"LYTOXluue\ !
FhopiW.. commissioners at Ocula lust! Sprayer and spray FLY-TOX toward -
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'"i 1 or Mnxville, was a Thursday and Friday.
-'HI' lc. Saturday after- Nathan Trevatt a student ofBrunswick the finely atomized spray reaches.
Tluslnpss College, spent (very part of the room. Also spin}
the Fourth In Starke with relativesand I :Mrs M J, rturiiHed and Mr. and I he hangings; Insets and! sen-cut.,. ri1)
friends. Mra. M S. Jordan and !Mrs Lucia It Is nbuolutelv stainless! tiara, ;
: ." ill-,n I A ksonvUle.S. Crews, spent with naladeri. all of Jacksonville, were ragrant; sure and! easy to UH'LYTOX 1, ,:
Mrs. W. L. l Edwards of Jacksonville Fourth of July guests of Misses ) Is the !scientific producteeloped I
is spending\ : the "week InStarke Addle and Rosa IJalsden. ,I at the Mellon Instltut.t ... ..-.-...--------..... ---- -- -- .-- -- iI I
- -- \\Hher\ parents Mr. andMrs. Industrial! Hexeuirh by Rex, I''I, ;) :,, ,illliMI \. II I)) ''In, 1)1) n of AiiKiiBt nndIllix i htvI '
I .. value, onlyJit !>-IC'1I01"\ltSIIII'-IIn.
hnls' >qI 1:: :>
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II Strutli, owHhlp, Kvery bottle guaranteed ri'iM'insii.i : .,,. 'lim/ the fnlli lllgllPMlii. I llk', ,
. MaiKIIOI! u Slioppo.l W. Dr. W K Mlddletonwho recently ( .SSII IVi I 1"oU" tKMI.RS'. .: { 11'IIIt'I'nlialuuI' \:: : I '
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-Adv. ,, ID nutrition', mid Inline bulmi <-
underwent an operation( atRlrereldo in: l'ltO'IIIIUl'OIt :
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul of the hospital, Jllcksonvllle.al'rlvl"Cl : Fin.M.ii\ MlllUll'<, I 9 4 ,'
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[l I'' I of Drooker was Florida Packers I'UIMiIN'VIl'I. :: \ Tim. holamhii'S
Chlpley 'nuu\Vnnl
who have been enjoying u (
business in Starke M-C Store, home Tuesday and it Is vonii-n who art'< mujorliig In tin' ii f t
a two weeks vacation in Georgia expected that he will be able to orporulIon's plant here In opera- nod llull'ltiontlld\ hoot llii IIIIIKIIIHI MMdniiulfd, b)' thw Hurt Wheat tl
and the Carolina's returned resume Ms practice within a short Ion, OalneKvllle Fla.-In order" to of tho stale bum demoiiHtiullonIniuirtuienr :\11111" '''' AMHOflnllon. {I '
food ,
barrels the
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opportunity Interesting'
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here Sunday. give visitors nn fllnllillo to rom- W
ildham of Jackson- time.t in Fluilcl.i! will are at t I j ;
I or fuel oil was used real outing cniiiplng) tacdlit lee Hcholaruhlps to Knr- milrliIon' and health program
four
for ,
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"itoi) to Stnrtce last -- bud htdn salad
1927. cumpus will
and family who have Rem- tiling he provided nn the University JrnwerH1 U'eeK ,Karmern'Vn k
J. B. Sapp :Messis. David Moore and mor and Fruit i
been occupying the Hrudshaw bert Carradlne, of Law ley. werevisitors during the' week of August 1318 :\- which will ho held, at tho I'nlverHlty. alit III Iuig demount ration, physical for 'I I ZI
recently! moved to the \ !! for FainieiH1, and' Fruit lowers' medical e"ll\111001l01\1 II
house have t 11-18: and
August
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after ,
1 '' '' "q of Savannah to Stui ke Tuesday IH nnouuced by <>(flrlaH rontnul.ter nll,1 bet I
-t Turner house on Cherry stl'eE't.Mr. PAINTEH'SSimon I Week It Fou fly In (lilt! year more HlieetnVIMO women, posture Illultrl\- 61 (
I lo Monday visiting ExtensionlilvlHlnn. : ot
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noon of the Agricultural 'sent out to all of thu lioiu( baUlng. All exhibit \ ,, '
and Mrs, W M. Wainwright I liiinniiHtrullon' ngentH Those will Ilv" mateilnl for nutrition 1'\,0- i ',
and James Richard \Valnwrlght, Among those who spent the 4th Pure Citrusand \ Those who wish to upend the 10 filled and' returned to Iho states grants: will ho 'made. ( ;t rI 14
prominent business ,Jacksonville Thursday St. Augustine hunch were: Mr week ramping will find lights, water I ,
to at
f "I\'llIe. was attend- and motored attended the hall\ game. and Mrs. John Uglow, 1\11158 Carrie \ and toilet/ fnrllitl ready when ....--.,....-.-.-.--..-.-.-..-?-__ .-_ ..-_....-_.._-.._.._..-..-u..,.- t 1 ri'' 4h,0.
in' Starke Tuesday Uglow, :Mrs N: F. HamrlcU, O L I they arrive. No charge! wll be { {
Farm CropFERTILIZE cal
Mrs E. J. Howling and children and family Misses! Lauraand (icm made for any of this nervier. It rill'' }
'i I ind Annll.ine Al!'io"tr.ird left Tuesday for n month'svisit Haynes;Marjorie :Neyell: and .V. W. Anderson \ will he necessary for campers to Valves Arc Cm.rt.'ted-Not Ground
"' !. were Fourth of with relatives and friends: in I \ bring their own tent! cots, and
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family. It
and II equipment u
i Miss Edna Hutto. Savannah and Ilazelhurst Ga. > oilier necesHiiry! and do Till KWIK'WA Y SYSTKM
- --- I II they wish to h..ln1/ stove
Hum', >t Ocala. spent Wed- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eppersqn Mr. Jas. F. Purvis and son,weekend Robert \ \ their own cooking, they may do so f 'Itl I .I ,t 1 1
Petersburg, were I J"TIMH to valves.
made
of St Arc faulty
itin-ke; at the home of Jr., of Lake Wales have been recent of Sheriff and Mrs. WI Arrangements; being, vial Nino-tenths. of all motor troulibj In canned! by I' ( 4'
guests 'lIrllu"r'o"l{ Importance -
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of utmost
I 1111'L\ S llutto. guests of relatives and friends \I J. Epperson. They were nciompan- : THIIIl: ) .\Jl) CHOI' ton take In care the dormitories and dining Tho correction! of faulty valves U: nil operation of the must be i I'' k

fn Starke. I ipiHiome by Mrs.! Purvis and MlmI TESTr.IJ" hall of the University: this year to your motor and your, satisfaction( Valves III ;
Jam-> (II t 0 and C. L. May, \I Thelma Purlvs, who have been enjoying In the pant! A reasonable too will correct! for a motor to run properly' t I n4 1( psI MY
with Sheriff
mo", Murrhee left th! I n weeks visit for lien I accommoda I
j in were shopping In Sirs. Anna bo charged: "
and Mrs Epperson. Our Brands are the Acknow- !tlons Those who wish to brliu In order that I may give you a better service, I have Installed ,

.- .- \ ledged Standard by which their tents", and camp can securimealn the fnmotii: KW1K-WAY: SYSTEM:: The only positive, scientific f lye I'j' a 'C '
I C. White, state bank exam Growers of Florida have hall at nomInal I t i
Ii Geo. I In the dining mechiinlcal! 1 method known by which valves may l be cor-
i iner who is located for sometime Judged all fertilizers for ( cost.Prt'4"nt. show how I
the rented with aliHolute jinrclnlon. Come In-Let: un you
at West Palm Beach spent nearly forty years I II indications point to n 4 ,
1 week-end in Starke, and was ac I "GIvInK all we can for what I record crowd this year Last yearV. the KWIK-WAY HY8TKM:: gives you more power and SAVES
Palm
West
.ompanled back to who will wo get instead of getting all attendance of 1.6111 broke nil attendance FUKL.
Beach by :Mrs.weeks White with her 1ms I we can for what we give," records but it is very I l
spend several will be surpassed -
1 U the policy of likely that this figure; I
band. this year ,
considerably
SERVICE GARAGE I
A. Z. Adklns returned first TilE E. O. PAINTER Plans are being/ made to take car GENERAL
fudge
of 2,000 persona It' '
or the week from Houston Texas, FERTILIZER CO. I Prominent upenkers will be 1'\VI. MAST, PROP.
i where he attended the meeting ot JACKSONVILLE. FLA. heard each day at the general/ sesslon E I' 9

the National Democratic Conven -- - which: will be held at 11 I
I o'clock In the University auditor General Repairing, Special attention 1 J
of the
WuantIltt' iIiMWIIuuuwnnle5NWnmMniamWl' "' ,' dnI, ,nn,n'MIMUUamunllllnllt.iluollllllnalfarantli5YY5mWWWaMlt5af;; ',,,, i \ ( -' tti5lnaW" :Southern lum,; C A Rurallut Cobb editor and Jamen STARTERS and GENERATORS "

Speed, editor of the Agriculturist 1I -
HAROLD C. 'VALL'INSURANCE of the Bpeak-
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for Your Own Independence 8TARKK. I STARKE FOLKS -- -- 11IItJNT

Represents the Best Leading Insurance", Companies I RpC.iOU51wHV I KNOW t r MUM' '''I
\ CUT IP I WAKE: '
I Ring the Liberty Bell on your own financial FIRE. ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE, BOND. LIABILITY .WAKE PA YOU UP-'v 1IIH UP NE'Lt- CC"nNG'S; ,l' ''g
KNOW 1T
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ADJUSTMENT: ; MAIM PROMPTLY i HE'S taETfIN'AN I oRUG STORE
amount out
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uluuolynsnrlausumsalauan.lnwlnn'!!!"" \
your income every week. That is the only ....imTi, '.*""'"'"nu 1111"1" '" lnaswllrtlmnusunruwnnseluunnw!! '' SUN- of Y
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:oid 1 rhe: feeling of dependence that comes WE OFFER THIS WEEK TilE FOLLOWING MONEY

lth unprovided old age. _We earnestly solicit SAVING SPECIALS I

savings accounts. One dollar is enough fore 2 qut. Ice Cream Freezer, wood tub __________ $3.65; 1 c rq \l / ttDon't

[. first deposit and will start you on the road : 2 qt. Metal Freezers _______________________ $ 98c '

J'' thrift. Mosquito Nets, complete _______-_____-__.._ $3.75 1

Folding Card Tables __________i______________$2.50 I miss the health and life-giving qualities afforded

Cane Seat Cottage Chairs ___..,____________..>._ $1.25l i iI

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK \ I Cane Seat Porch Rockers -..:.-----,.:--------,,, $3.00: : I by the summer sun for fear of a sunburn.! Corpening's Drug Store t _

Garden.IJose .. .__ : -- r--..- r,$t.98 Store"
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charged at these prices ,- :
*radford County's Financial Stronghold \ J. .':::'>.i: None prevent the pain of a blistered skin. And a drink ''
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STARKE FLORIDA -\ .\ I "'HXRT- .'FURNITURE ;.GO ; J at our fountain will cheer you I 1

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It (Continued from Page Three.) T. H. A. Owner A teals
r.urs .... It. rn. See f, .. 28 6 22 _
OTIHYHTKM: See Sub. /v. All .
+ I- ( \ : Descelptlnn' ----- --------- I
,t ( A. Owner A l'oeiN5 .* Jots 2 8 tit Blk. 41 Living-
a de. N to center of Ry.
14
C .. Sub.
Truby & "
While the ;operation; of the second W same -5variations' track thence 8 on Ry tobeg Hton.. 28 6 22
t : ft. thence on ex. 4 Mi A onV Hided Lilv. -, W I I'
; t system Is still 680 ft. thenrt 85.84 Jot 3 of Blk. 42 L1vlng.tonTruby ,
choice primary .Io.)
,
II P. -
>ded to
4 ( h In the mind of the people I Ii It N At right! angles to N man t ____!16-21 6 22 85 Inman Investment Co.._ 22.34 Ai 0"3 'Sub.j i>tv.__28 6 23 JlllnUnk"..
re line of said 40-thence 1Jun __17 t 22 40 Unknown- ---------- IVu. of k. Livingston
__ _
i Is proper to review the reallonll for, aal
I the elimination of thlH untenable : of 8IS>I. of NWVi W ofRv NWI1'1'11' of SE<4 ofsWy I5l6S 'iI.of !Bile. 45 Llvlngaton '

choosing officers in ox. 5 I A &: NV4 of of NWy4 __________IT 6 22 7 Nancy Davis ------- Truby & COB.. Sub. Dlv..28 6 226 U
if'i I method of SW'4: or NW'4 __. -_ _____26 I aa lorr. M. E. llwll.rd.: ____ 87.4 9 A: on W side of NWVi' of KV.I.. of lot 2 of Blk. 48, LlvInfraton

Florida The second choice-" II '8Iem IB le- E NWI4 6'A"( "f Nv-! _of-- NWV4-t__of__z* I 23 J. O. Tech.tone __________ 115.815 SWVI church. ex._ .N.__1___A____for__17 6 22 8 W. T. Week -.____ 20.77 15.65 Sub.. Dlv., Truby St Cos.2Sx 22 Jim' r[
_
of I three or more W" of SEV4 of NG1/a ofSW't .__ ___ ____18 6 Si 40 Unknown ____-- -- : >ta & 6 of Blk. C:N :J. Jones
signed[ I In a field __-26! I .3 Wilson ____-:______ '.40 NEV4 of NEVi
4t'f' __ __ I Ainll. ofNEI. 4.90'' to Starke .______-__28 6 23 11, r.i,1, >
of NWV4 add
of E2-3 \
a majority iiI;, __________ 1
candidates to ueciirp of ____
of XW'4 TI eon
8I'V 6 22 13 Sam 2 Temples
y Ulk.
___18 of
___ .
__
4 choice or an approximate( majority 54.09<. --. ___26 6 22 I D. C. Kinlaw __________ 1.87 8V4 of v-SEV: 13V4 of A!Nl'-, ______18N& 6 22 20 Unknown -------- 14.00 Lots ajia.1 to Starke: __________28LotH 8 22 J. M. ,

I election on the theory that the WVb' of .SWVi of NWVI of__26 15 22 Ja. tobert, ________ 4.+.40SW' of SEVi SEVi ofSELl' ___:-____ 61.75 4 B of Blk. 2 Temples_____38 6 12
(,;y' "I'ti', voting a second choice will FW,. BWW"of"NRVi" & I ___ __.._18 6 22 120 Unknown add to Starke _____ D K
Y' y.; people ', "f \ 8' MWU' ir SW4i or __. 68,45NMV Lot* 1 2 3 4 of Blk 3 Tern-
+ come near to Riving a majority ex- SEi, of Ni.:><. of NW'4 & ____19 6 22 120 D. t. Ames ___..___. 15.05 plan add to Starke ______28 6 23 D. E I KUnknc I
Mfr preHHlon for one candidate. Hut W'', of NWr4;' of NEV of of EL.y of NE4 of NEH _____20 6 22 20 Truby & Hercules Lot & 6 7& lot 4 ex.: S 89
In N\% '', & of NWV, NW" of NWV4 ex. 1 lot InN 22.64 ft. 7 In. of Blk. ( Temple.
__
t''i4 it doesn't work out that way & of EV4 of Truby & Hercules ____ _____28 6 U
NVk'i wof cor _____21 6 22 40 18.70 add. to Starke ____ -
__
___
__
pr8<'tke.Ve still have plurality; of NwtL&NtV4 NW'iOf ,- NWVi of sIt 'fof( 8Wy ____21 6 23 10 Uao. H. Weller __ Lots 2 II 4 ot Blk. 23 Temples

1 elections and we may export them 8tVt4\ & ot SVtfof .l1 13 A In NMi of NB>4 of SWV, tulA. to Starke ______28Lot 6 22 T. H. i
rt
it of two things happerm. 4WI: & Hue 44 of NTyy' beg 887 ft. K f NW cor. 6 of Blk. 23 Temples
until one
of NI;:',, of SWV' and run -- add to- Start __________28 6 335 Unkn,KRegln
3"sit
of the second of 8W'.t ..
one la the restoration of IIVINWL.. B: 862 ft. S 567 ft. W 1048 Lots 12 13 It of Blk. 27
y 1 primary. The other la the development ', & IIW'4' of. NWy Of .wHI ft. thence N U de. E to Temples add to Starke28 22 .> t tP.

: of strong rival party; SLa! '. & N"4' of N'W,. of beg. ex. 4V4 A off E end Lota 3 4 B 8 of Blk. 85,
t a :", & WSi of NEI of0111'4 6 8 of R. add to' Mta.rk.e ____28 8 23 L. 1 I IOeo
of Blk. Peeks
_________21 II 22 Brevard PtoprertUs Inc.84.4 62za also EVj
__
at the election. / __ 170 BIJ B. Rls-
i S of Blk. 8 of (
W & all tracts Lot 7
t On June In the Democratic primary Iwo 4 of NW /, of NEVi __27 II 10 Mrs O, C. Watt. .?_.-..- 7.75 4 6 B of R 8 W In NWV, to siaxke ____28 6 22 H L _

it I cast for governor 4y i.of WVji of NW'4.of of SWV. Temple's Sub. 21.10 L r..I1'1al1d{ 12 U 1-4 ot Blk.
there were Eel
J the NEV, & E'4 of NW.of fI" tar' ," Dlv. 12ft" A __________21 6 22 13 P. C. Ooodwlne --- Rlning'sadd..toStarke28' 8 22 Oeo. H a\
number '
% % 255,014 votes. Of this NEVi\ fx.30 ft.E&.WhY __. 'ii.ll d. ... NWI4ofBIk,9SofIt2' : Ati Bike OKlPWtJKLRlslng'a

H s' : nominee Doyle K. Curlton, received 1020 ft. N & H on E side "."r W & NEVi' of111k.2Sof add to Starke..28 8 23 Geo H '"
SW curs of ,;;;;;,.
s 77.580 first choice votes and & -2V4 A In of NEVi' & I .:"_. . R 3 W I In Temple's I Sub. _______23.U Com.: on 10 Hide of Walnut

; ,V l 28.372 second choice votes for 1 1t a SWV 8V4 of of NWV NEVi of SWV of .. E'Dlv.of131k.18R8W&_ ____._________21 6 2:1: 10 Unknown St. at NW; cor.lot &of&Baptist ran\ E

total of 105.962 votes. To have NEVi' & *H of SWi.NE of .. lily) of Blk. R W InTemple's __ 81.U parsonage 210 ft. N 70 ft. W :2-10"( ft.
___
t _
_
: < NFIof NWy & .wk.1IE.of b2Jlv _
u' v ( J a majority he would have had to ,4 & NANWy & ______21 II 22 10 Unknown to Walnut St. thence s m
of
Mr. : SEW Lots. 1 2 of Blk 1 Plnehurst 8.87 Bald St. to beg. In Starke28 8 22 D. K. k
vl 127508. Actually NW & .,
.
t of J Thomas r.-----
; receive of HKV 4 1 Development _________21 8 23 Wm. M. ote1234010it12ofI31k
,
Carlton lacked 21,538 of having I Ieqt 1I a EV.L, of SE'4 of NW of v 21 EL -t... 1 Plnehurst 2.21 J. U. Alveres add,,
I '' of NWOf, .. Lot 7 of Blk. known ______ 3
Nl & NVfc 8 22 Uno 2& 8 22 Fred
I majority of the vote cast. 4 0' Development ___ 21 B.
Ht of NSWVV --
discussion not NWli IB this we are & II Unknown -
NWV
.w Y' t' Of hurst Development ______21 6 23 Blk. 4 J. O. Alvares. add
deractfng from Mr. Carlton's triumph I SWof: N'VIt.N ? of -4 "- .. :. Lots 7 8' of Elk 1 Plnehurst 1.87 to Starke ______________,,;;!s. 5 22 Fred)1 i.
t Snellgrove: ----
8WI4 W. --
j for he won beyond dispute of N(4( of NW 4 of ''I "' Development. _________21 8 23 G. Lot' of Hlk. 1 Wynn's add
t & HKV.:! of NW' of SWV l. _28 1 22 Rex. \\
4 Lot,34b6.75hloormk. .28 to Starke ___________ h tei
Im *. .. (
dlscu&InK the system W Unknown --
We are & NEV of 8WW & :: 76'/4'. ".'-- 4 Plnehurst Development 21 8 U Blk. 3 (not Sub. Dlv.) Dow-

1 personally and we suspect Mr. of HVii of SWVi' of HWViE 6 .. ,.4 Lot 12 13 14 of Alk. llng'B Sub Dlv. _________28 ft 22 Unkn *
"
& -
P' Carlton himself will agree with us ''J of SEV.' of 8\VIf. _. k' 6 Plnehurst Development. _____ 1.78W42of131k Lot 1 of Blk. 1 City Park
_
'll 8WI4' of SI V.NWW & IiW of 'e. -21 0 U Unknown _____28 6 23 .
t ( Sub. Dlv. __ _______ Unkn ?
; the close of hiM arduous campaign of 11 tis',
;..
& Ny4 ..
+ j' t' upon of bUVt: el+e. 6sofA4Wlylng Park
:. Lot 3 of Ulk. 2 City
;f that the second choice primary NW a of SKWof" & N of ,," ...e. n of W line of NEV' Sub. Dlv. ___________28 6 22 UnknUnkn"

Is full of defects NESS. SEVi"_ _' .&. __SE ,. of_28 22 39J: brevard Properties( Ino.-194.04 of SWVi In Temple's Sub. 22 G Rufus' nlQ'ebY ____ 1"05 Lot 1 6 6 I 7 8 9 ofBIk.3
21 8 822
the second nuft Woodlawn Dlv. _____ City Park Sub Dlv. ____28 "ILot
The theory that Lots ? 10 46 41 In Ollbe'rt 18.36 NWVi oTBlk., 2 S of Blk. 6 City Park
Fracl 15
_
k, 5 22 __
choice votes will he divided between all-lots ___2S 29 40 Beatrlco M. of R 2 E' com. at NW cor. Sub Dlv. ____________28 6 23 Nora u
f e tho two leaders, was not 8'150faOI8i23 t & 27 of Blk. & run t 8 110 ft. to Lota 4 8 of Elk 6 City Park

; iiBtalneif. Mr. Carlton and former 451,364 In 31 Wood 41 lawn-29 42 43 5 23 145 Hector Cameron ______ 6'.11 land deeded to H. Jones \ Sub. niv. ___ _______-____28 6 22 Unkn"a
44
v thence E along said line t dots 8 If 23 24 27 of Blk. 7
Governor Cntts were the two mt29&au'' of 40& W'' of JontH' land 350 ft tl ; City Park Sub. Dlv. ____28 6 22 Unkn" 1

,' high candidates. Against themtOS.441 of Iota 4M 49 &In all lots____1 50__29 B 2245 2tlre. Laura A. Blssell -_ 21.37 thence N alnng public 3 Acres In SWVi' bounded N
& 61 In Wood wn between.Blkal .
line add. K' by
road to J. O. Alvares
!) first choice were cast. of lot '" by
LO 6 7 8 & N'< thence W
J & 2 If extended S
Adams Bt.
: Funs Hathaway received 67,853, At.I.I 28 an 40 45 4(1( 47 40 Raid line to beg. In '. 7.10'r '
along l-____ by lly. lands, W by Ueo.
r and James 62 51 69 60 (JIn\ Wood- Dlv. 21 6 22 2n.: Sparkman\ _____28One e 22 ,
John S. Taylor 37,325 5 22 M. Gilbert _____ 73.82 I Temple' Sub. Tompxet Lands Fred 1Mrn I
lawn ________________30 165 Beatrice Hof REF&W I In Starke
4ofelk.1 land
Hut the secondchoice lot of
BT. Carson 3271.
f ,ate m: 39 & WVi of lot 62 nfB1kl8ofR\
1 ( total for the two leaders In Woodluwn _____30 6 22 25 Mrs. Laura A. Blasell .- 12.27 3E& % Eylof Blk. 1 N \ 282 W ft.NASby210ft.E bounded N by St. &

out of the possible 108,449 flrat.ehol11 EVji Woodlawn ot lot 14 & all__lot____15_, --30 In 22 15 W. N. Norman _________ 1081 of R 3 E & NW E&NtaofSWy of Blk. \ K Ac by SanderHon. Lane ____28 6, 22 .\'01"C "

( was only 37440. Virtually Wof lot 24 & alllot 1SofR2 <.>m. 157H ft- E of NE cor.
a third of the possible second Lot 9 25 ft In!Woodlawn 80 B 2J 28 J. M. Dukes ___________ 14.30 } of Blk. 1 S of ot Blk.R of Broadway & Hoyt Sta.,
21 2A293e81123't&1V 2 E & NV4 of SWH on N aide of Hoyt St. &
1'J
+ s choice votes were cast for either Lots 4 5 6 13 ll 20 1 H of R 2 E !InTempluBSub. 17 Unknown.- _______ 24.74 runF10ft.N105ft.Wlea \ ;;
I of
1 Mr. Carlton who received 28.372, Woodlawn.31, s 22 Beatrice 1Gilbert _____ 60.65 Div I ___22 6 22 40 Unkaown ---..--- 20.64: ft. S 105 ft. to beg.
j' lot 44 In 135 ..____._ 22' 6 22
NWVi
NEVi' of In Starke ______ __28 6 22 Rev \\ H n 'ighOE ,
1 and Mr. Catts, who received 9- Lot 1 2 & S'/j of lot 9 A 3eR[ At NW cor. of SW14nt E of NM cur
068. Fay of lot II & all\ lob131616&8thof cr/VT Ob 0. run k7 Q 40'yds', Com.. 262H.__ '_ ft._ .. o. if,...* C*.. \
O V4 W nwj i i<*
Ve may conclude too. that not all lota .24 26 43: lot 46 61 2.1Al r140 yds.. N 70 yds. \V 6 22 2 Eugene Cox ____-._.___ 8.65 on EirouwiLy N Hide of Hoyt St. &

choice _3.Lota 6 23 lU sirs. Laura A. Blasell____ 62.45 140 yda. to ben.-2 arre2Z run N 105 ft. E 62V4 ft. a
all voters who cast first In Woodlawn Woodlawn W 1 A of NL2 of SEVi of Modlna Byrd __ _________ 8.05 105 ft. W B2V4 ft. to beg.
i votes cast second choice votes 55 :SU i 57 _58 1 In -31 15 22 40 Mr. Maude( Walnwrtght. 21.07 SWH of SWV __ ____. 22"SVi 6 22 1 la Starke __ ___________28Blk. 6 23 Rev W i C ,sugbl

h' which la another argument againstthe 6 22 ______ 10.61 of NEVt of NEVi of EIBe Howe -- 4.40 6 I In Clasklna add. to
Wnodlawn .. .32 20 J. \Valnwrlgttt 6 Mrs. -----
Lota 5 12 In ______________22"NK 6 23
6 22 ,
t j admitted of WLi, SEVI btarke ____________29 4 Unkn.wnL"tll
system It will be readily 1 1iI of NEVj. & KV, of NEVi of NE"/i of ____ 8.05N'y
____
B H. S. Bilcox ______ 1 2 15 16 lean E 20 ft.
of
of
of NEV4 & NV NKV4 ___22 8 22
that some of the Hathaway SUVt __ ___ 15,05 of SEVi'
"i a > Unknown ----- & 5., A In NE cor.
of NW ofF 20 --
& ( 22
8K V4 NB(4 A V 22' 6
Taylor and Carson second choice ________ 33 $ 160 E. L. Crews ._______ _.__ 81.62 of SW off of NEVi of :fcE': leas E 20 ft. inStarke
1 -- Y$ _-___ 7.75 All WH NE'A' of SEVi; 5.83 ____________29 8 22. o. C. I'W'II'!
_
Howe -
4. __ Crews Effle ---
; r votes went to one of those three '< of -F'4 of 8Iy4' __._ 33 6 10 Mr.. H. C. S of road _______________if: 5 22 9 Mrs. ----- In SEVi of SEVi
W of B \ & !, of 3Vj Acres
For instance some second 4 of EV4.of NRVi
men. ofNl4L>4 ofNWeP4SW 1 Portion & 1 A In Nfc>, of SEVj
choice vote on Hathaway ballots NKVI of NWV4 & SE SEVi lying: a of StarkMlddleburg known an the Blltch placeIn

of 4 \ public road- 13 J. A. Howe __._._-____ 8.65 Starke _____________29 6 22. 4 W. N..1 I '-i
of the NWy4 of NW't
ht went to Taylor, some Taylor of & NWVi 11NW44ofHWyaofNW44k 12 71-100 A. __ _________21. g 22 Hunt ____________ 19.42 of land bounded
Mo 40 Ueo A. 3 1-7 Acres
ballots were cast for Hathaway & 1:4ofHW'4ofNWy. NEVi of SWVi ___________25NEVi g 22 19.42 S by
40 L. M. Lang-ley --------- E by Ulltch place
f 22
____215J
j o. second\ choice\ Accounting for all NWi* 02frWMLv% {V4kII I' ELi!, of of NWVi I SEVi' of SEVi'; of Martha C. Herndon _----- 3.87 Ry.. &W N by by N WestmorelandSt. line of SEV'

I the combinations sure that we not may all be ballots reasonably .YR'L W \of of HWl, ... ii1''V ofsii' 1 N''JW14-::, of' NEU"n- __f___SF!__:V_,_________25 26Wi 8"tT 22 22 20 B >. E. Lateen ___________ 11.40 Com.of SUV at SE_ _cor.____of___SEVi______of_29 6 22. 8 Bert B IC''
&
aof <4WV4 of SWV' &SViof '
r t contained second choices.H"n 4of NVV'i of 8Et4 of SW(4( of aWl. alma HUV Sec. 2t & run W375ft.

a m the outcome of the vote It & rfE", of NWVi\ of HEV4 4 Ine..20SJ8 NWV of SWcor. toV line of E. W.Drlggers' .
tl r 6 23 Properties. com. land thence N
Brevard or
Wuit'! bave been possible for Sid- & SW'4 of NE'4 of SEV 4U 430 npgllt SWVi &
,:
r' i I. of riWV' of NEW' & I on said. laud 242 ft. to a
J. Caffs actually to have led NLt .. t run E 141 yda. N 110 yda. of beJt. thence N on
of
Awy4' E pt.
ney of swy W 147 yde. S 110 yde. to __________ 31.44
'1 Mr. Carlton .on first votes by several I of NWiof NWI, c>r... \ .; 1 lwg.-3 1-3 A .______26 6 22 43 Theo Tlson 11.40 Maid line 418 ft. W 360 ft.
of %, J. E. Futch ------ ft. K 360 ft. to beg.
NK\ of S l' 1 6" 22 20 ---- S 478
j 27
? ) thousand and to have been NW'of' W44 NF.I'-'. & KWV-j \ WVi Aofln8 HE of SEVi of NEVI 4 A In SEV of SEV, ____29 622. 4 Mra I III., h. M A |
'' second choice votes '1'\\ 4V4 cor. ft. N & W ot canal
defeated on & Nij of NWVi of SW'j 8 All S of 60
t 1 AN&
1 \ being 4.70
of SEVi _
___
___
which would have been a very & LY4 of WVi" of NWV\ ofEl t 1 by IVi AN& -V ________27 6 22 0 Theo Tlson -- parallel line to Lakeex.
total vote cast. H V,4 & N'' of NIor: of NI' ex about 8 A where there was a
:44
of the
j Slat
small
+ part of t i and
.HW. .a NWI of NE'4 (f otTFiside&3A In NW row of orange tree
V It In possible under the second HWt4&N'g I of NWV* of t rnr.4A In W cor. & I there the line to be 10 ft.

't I choice system for a minority of the SKli" & tHof< NWVi of t Nnv of SEVi 8 of the row of orange
4 ,, ; fr to choose a SLID & N''t:' of SB' (ex.HI I '1 ;: & 1XAIlI'.oWJ; 31.14 trees In NWV of N\\I,.-
voters NE
'' minority of A In ror. __
+ & HI Unknown ---- of
A In NI. cor.) \* & 4 A : ror.27 8 22 65 -< 10A&N' SWy4&
I'' governor In FJorlda. Mr. Carlton of 8I3Vi leas, Hy. & hight 1 COB. 4 vlnofs NE cor. SW'/4 of NWV ex. 2 A I in

t j, and Mr. Catts received between WilY rights of way & '0 ft.of NWVi of SEii NW cor. for cemetery____30 6 22 126V.. N I I. ,

19,057 In Si:1,4 of SlOVi' of SUU NE'l S 245 ft. 1 I SCAof \VI iofNI'eof'
14(5,5(15( ( votes or just Inc.-446.74 of & run
them & a''. iif SW-, -. .__ j3' 6 23 482 Brevard Properties, 245 ft. ,E lea NEVi>:' & NI-, of NWV, of
{ more than a majority of the total 'tl of BWV4' of N\V'4 ofSWV W 10i! ft. N ___ 28 6 22 Geneva Towns __---_---- 8.95 NliVi of NlX __________31 6-23 18 G.-< 1t
Considering the vote for the other ___ __s4 6 23 I 5 Mrs. ir. C Crews ._____ ._ 4.40 ft to In bear NW rnr.of SWf; 73.73 Com. ut SU cor. of NW'4 of
A
a One
three candidates as the minorIty 114 of XEVi & N'y' of St.:'1 of SI3i In Starke.' .____28 6 22 1. Dr. O. L. Haynes ------- ISI::' & run N 2liO ydH.. to
Y & HIt4:\ of SEU I a l of hug, Ih..neeV 2lO
of NW', NW car of NVj of 11.70 a pt. :
A In
Y k i I t which amounted to 108.449 of NWVi & W'., of \\ii.< I 3 SWVi of NWV4 __________28 0 22 3 Oeo H. Weller-------- ft. N 210 ft. 1J 210 ft. S

S ww see that It would have been 1 possible of HI'of:" NWy. & MWi; 4 '. Lot 1 of Tilk. 1 original 4.40 21I ft. toheg.2Aon
for n email! part of that minority ot N\V1\', & WVa of NW'i c Town of Starka ________28 ,,8 23 Unknown ------ --- N Hide of a 7V 1 a lot of '
of HWV, & N'4 of HWiiofo land in NW' of SEV32 6 22 3 Jai- \1'
ly j (10 have chosen a governor. HWI4 I, At 8\ ", of HWfc,, p t Lot Town 3 of of Blk.Stnrka 1. _original______ _28 a 22 Unknown ---__-_-_-- 15.35 2 Acres beg at SR:: cor. ofWVa

Ji ,, 1 The campaign just closed was of I-1WI. & SIR Of SW' Fracl. lot 5 of Itlk. 1 & land of NWVi of SE'" !,, &
k & NIL: of SWVi toes. 5 II run N 140 ydM.V 70 yda..
of bitterness and we may spec K of lot B to church St. 4.70
one Hank & lei4r i W. E. Daugherty ------
.
A to WIlllKtan original Town of Starke.28. 22 H: 140 yds. E 70 yda. to
votes .
choice '
ulate, too that second 10 a In MO cor & SEi: Lots 5 87 8 of 1 Hllc:, 10 original 48.20e beg Also cutn. 140 yde. 'y
t were to a degree dlcuted by feeling 'C. SWV of SWV* of Properties, I c203.2iAll Town of Sluike ____28 6 22 Rev. W. E. Dauffherty -- N of SI! cor. of \Vl 4 of
I ___---------3& G 420 Br&vard > HE'i'
A t which would( not operate If the final sIy. .of !NI'4 ofNSVt4 Lots 2 4 & W 40 ft. of lots 1Wf ft.v-asft.S27ft.

It choice were made between two NI''L: 'of NWI/a of Nlt4 of 6 & 8 of Blk. 15 original N. B. Hull _____________256.46 L. >' It mi<
22 2
& NWl.j Town of "Starke __ _____28 22 H 35 ft. to beg. ________32 6
$ men. Would the second choice NL4: of HWy4 & IR:.< of W1111.tton __ 15.01 Com.. 38 l-B ft, W of SH cor. I All Sty; of SEV: E of Ry.-
22 of ,
Sl B"of" NVI. ..__35. Ii 10 Dl1nl t Unkn; ui
22
the It It had I-1WI.. of Blk. 17 6 A 38 6 6
'l' t vote have been same ef lot 7 of & inn 1 - -- --
and Catts Lot... 16 21-U""+a Acres In ..... 9.6JW N 105 ft. W 30 1-3 ft. S I Lots l 2 3 6 fi Bik" 4
been known that Carlton ___315G 23 It J. J.Stronlf. Hannah 1 n XK(
__ 22
n ___ 32 6
I4eets lifeotICti,1 105 ft. to Call Ht. E: 30 1.3 oJnalIMk-i3-' i;

f would be the two high men. or :? BFj; :: ft to tteir. original Town _________111.40 Lots 2 Lincoln ,
,_
onld!, It have been different If Ithad' l.St4of. NSS4> && I of Stark ____-._________28 8. 22 = Sam Rosenberar L.oltl -- 32 8 22.: A..1. Winuii
of 8F44: of NE44 t : LincolnCity :
of Blk. 15
of Call &
and NW :
that Carlton -fear at cor.
i ?j been known uf SW' of NE44 6r. ,Ii] Walnut st*. & run W on _______________32 6 23. Wllli. \,,1Com. <
MM 1 Hathaway or Hathaway and Catts NI't': of 14WI. of Nt: & .iiI J Call St. 149 ft. 2 In. to a t at NW cor. of NWV' ofNWV&runId625ft.S
'
would be the high men? Second NW\ oC-1\L'l.. &Ig'y: of pt. of b-K. thence N 106flV18ft.S105ft.B16 ; 1
I, ':' & .of :it 105 ft. W 626 ft. N 105 ft.

,- choice: voting cannot always that be W4..4of1NI':'( of SE\\,+ & ... r JWa. ( ft. to !><.",;. In Blk.: 17 orlg- ___' ________ 8874Vlda to beg-Ite A __________33 6 23 3 Unknnui. !
&
'' predicated on the certainty .y of NW\
"d +p any two men will bo the/ leaders. 8"f IIf I':11 of N\V' of t (Dun lot on N side' of Call St.62'rft.E&Wby210ft.! of SWI-, ____________33 6 23. 60 a. t: SW..*'
? Sb I& tt,:; of Slat & I SP.L. nf M\Vi: & E/a nf
'' i A second choice vote is at best an KW & Hof! 4 & 'I N -t !S: bounded N by Jetterson I =,_='::__::::33 8 23. 60 D. E. "hnigb'Three

f afterthought, It cannot represent NW IIf NE'4' of NWy4 & St 1V by land n' A In SW cor. of SWy,

{, me ruiKiui_ .. .'u judgment UL, the voter F:'" of XEI of _NWy4______of__311: II 23 655 1'reval'dl Prpertlee. 1114268.11 V. Moraran S by Call. I of NW'/i \V of Ry. ______33 8 22 3 King 'handle: -j
___
fit, as between the two men with .NW\4. \ 8. 8 88 6414 .u..L... -. -- m. bdlwarde. ____804.0..::, St. & B by Blh. 17 original S' Sam Roaenburg _.______ 46.04 Be*. 674 ft. E of SW co...
j
\ ---W -- i. Town of Siarke .___28 22 of NWU\ of SWV thenceN
lies.
whom the choice finally NHV. of NEy4 Lola 5 7 ex. H 1 50 ft. & part 17V. T E 167 ft. thence

It I* our belief that In view of NWV NI.1.4.of "NWVi of' &NW"v"HBtJ of& of late 6 & 8 of Blk. 18 D. E. Knight ___________ 02.21 N 72'" de. W 1 661 ft. to Ry.
second choice Edwards283.44 1 Town i of Starke.28 C 28Oae right of way thence S
the operation of the of SEV t: 6 22 320 Mrs. \r. E. original
jfu that It Is not Democratic SWV'' & NWV _____,_-_-_-_ 2 6 23 41) !I.lxzle Shaw ___________t9.42SWt4 ( house and lot In Hlk. parallel with Ry. 145 ft.
p of NE44
system NE'4 ________ 19.42 Starke thence S 71W, de. E 561
._____ :l 8 23 41) Ell fli-irtl ___ 18 known aa I Srv ,nu,
and should be abolished Fortunately of SOt: of 2: 6 23 11) Unknown ------- '(.'IIi House bounded N by Call ft. to be*.-2- A ______83.ft 23. 2 G. SWt
t we have the assurance that N\Vh of XI'L: ofSLV St. W by"C.. U Peek 3 by All NWV of SWVi K:of Ry. 4,,1111

that effort will he made,-Jacksonville 8WLJ ot of W.. _&_ __a'j4____ 3 8 23 70 Mr. M. E. Edwards __ 3S.(19 Rivera ft K .by I lot of J. R.Futch Ex. about 2 A In .SW cor.__33 t 22 83 P. C"s'vVVi'of'.NW'vi

< 1 'I IHh..orV'4' n_____ Z 6 U 21) Unknown ____---r-_ 11.40 original Town ofStarke ______.___ 97.11 Com at NE cor. of SWV' of
+ 844; of NWt D. E. Knight
Jouruul.di _ __________ 23 6 22 SWii run S 3Vi chns.
d 1 w N W I 115 of ydM.Hy.of_NWI____ _of__SES4____ S 6 22 10 Unknown ______ 8.05 Lota 1 3 &: frncl. lots A Bex. W lo de. N to N Hue of said

JacksonvilleAtlantic Refining All mv of SE14 W of Ry.ex W 60 ft. of Blk.: 24 T. N. Llmbaugh ------ 15.65 "b.Vi-0/f-T.H.tc1rSSC! E to t n L'' .;" I '
,4 _______ 15.35 Starke.2& 6 22 .
of 22
town 33 8
establish large distribution N itS I ydxNi ____ _. S 6 22 20 J. K: Starling orttcnlnal 10 Unkn.lvI,
1t' Company to \ > ET-3 ot lots 1 3 B of Blk. SLtof N\V'4 of NWy484 6 22 .. I"rl .
l ; terminal here and string of Nit' f.of&N\V'of 28 original 1 Town of & Sister 12.00 iiI,;, of SWt4 of Sl:5i ::_::34 II 22 20 Sum: 1/

of filling stations throughout city & SWI' \' SUV I ..f SEV__* 6 23 820 Mr. M. E. Ellwar.. __178.19 Starke 6vl4__.._ lots 2* 6 23 .G. C. Sweat -- Coin at WIJ cor. of NWVi ofSWy4&runN7331.3ft.

I'II'a\o./\\. ,,fSWVi Lot S 4 of .
al coat! of more than 1000000. Wt.j K ,d Jk Acres NWi uXSWi.ofSWV -I 3 5 of Blk. 34 ex. nnelot W 51'4 ft. 8 733 1-3 ft. E .
Y ?
He
'66 5 8 22 126 Pnttee 68.69 70 ft. square In NW B94 ft. to b..g.-l0 A. ____36 6 22 10 I. I.It 'lllgswoSW'4

lindean.-Construction of new r4 _*.::::::::::::::: 6NWV 8 22 Hi n K. S. I1i.t! .a' ____== = S5.6T: original I I Town of W. Sweat Eel ____ 56.as: of NWV, _n_ ________SB 6 22 40 F. 'I' \ -J

hull. here planned. Eli of of Nkly4 __________ 6 22 4il' F.. J. Tnttee _________- 21).11 S..rk __ __-, :28 6 22EVv T. SI''1.of 8WI ____________35 6 22 40 Flint SI8W atSEy4 '

k city. .______________ T 6 22 111\D Unknown ____.-__ 70.84 of !Hlk. 30 aa extendwl ... of WKV. _--_ ________85 6 22 40 O. C ys'111'1-
Florida Power Corporation SEV NKV: -of-NW-- _________ 7 6 22 40 Ui. L. Underbill ------ 18.04 on Knxey map ex. IiII" of SES -________ .____33 6 23: 40 A.Lota J
water-- -i
11 Clear -
ft. original Town of 10 II 17 of
Blk. S
} Improving lines from corner WtvofSWVex,8Ain8W of A Starke ___________28 6 23 F. H. Long ____________ 12.30 Lake Klngsley Heights

and Cleveland ror, of NEV4 SW.5Yty ITnknown. 5S.79 Ion 5 7 of Blk. 24 J. M. No. 1 ___ ______ ?. rell "at
of Oaceola avenue \ of SEV of HWVt ____ 8 8 22 102 --w--- Susan M. "WillsLlvlnireton _________ M.24 36 8 22.
Robinson 10.8T Stark.28 8 22 Lou Lake
west Hide of mainland SU. of NWi-4 of SEH ____ 8NK4 6 22 20 Richard Johns ndd. to 26 27 of 3 ?, rr' M11
street to ( & Nor NWL'; & Lot 7 of Blk. 6. LlvlnntonTruby Klngaley Heights No. 1..38 8 22 RIrB I
drawbridge on causeway. \ tt Co. add.: to Lots 31 32 of
: Blk. 3 Lake
e1 r SEV4 8WV4. of NWV4___ __& NH__of__ 9 0 23 360 Mr. \M. F.. Edwards ____.IU.O Starke _____________23 6 23 Truby & Co. 2.51 I KlngHley Heights. No. I __86 6 23 T. ". H* irneiI f

r of SW4 of- "'. ____ 6 6 22 20 John Toplln ________ 13.01 Lots 6 of 111k. B Livingston 1 Lot 22 2.1 of Blk 13 Lake Florin' \B.

4 oruu stf KVt of NIL & EVa, of 8K> ''4 Truby & Coa. add. toStarke 8.315 Klngaley Heights No. 1 __38 8 23 Mls*
> __ 6 22 O. W. Snellerove -- Lots .
& 8w'4 of 8K4<. & all S4znt iooiik rUv:28 13 14 of Blk. 17 Lake McUUt84Klnq'suey ,
Court. TwentysixthJudicial SW", t: of Ity.-:.14 A__10 8 23 191. Win. K. Tarbrongh ----- 3.00>> 1 Lot 6 8 9 i Height No. 1 __38 8 23 TT ?, .5'EVa Lenh8aPP .
,f Tn Circuit Bradford County: ,, .of SW'' of &: I InRaton Truhj '". Coa. 37.154 of SWi. of NWy, --_ 3 T 2.2 2" Mr.
Circuit' E\ dllrealh U.8t __ 23 C. L- Underhill ---
WI of HIy4 of NWiJ __10 6 22 4' 1Ifark & ---- add. to Starke 28 6 Cum. at NW cor. of NEVi of
Florida In Chancery. 1 Eor>: NWV. of NWII _____10 6 22 80 R. E. Hlnckle ------- U.U Lots 5 6 7 8 1 k i-B i 16 SWi, & run E 20 rd*. S

J. H. Carroll.Complainant.. Niof NWiJ' __ _..._?_ ...11 8 22 8-t Mrs. l'o[. E. Edwards --- n.t'l: Llvlnsaton Truby & Cox Unknown 8UI 20 rd... \V :20 rds. N 20 rd. Eilxati111to 1
Stark __ __28 K 23 -----
add. to beg.-5 A ____ Z 7 22 fl'known
1 8W of : WV4vvx. -------
v.Velma. \ .ofVEy, or- $W4w&' Lots: 8 9 10 It .;r Blk.i 19 W'of SWV .--- -----___ 7 2.2 8''* \ 0 RIch>

,' ij; Carroll Defendant. W S of Ey4 of NEy4___of__11 II 13 m! Wra. E. Tarbrouh ___ 91.81 add.Livingston.to Starkt: Trilby_ ___&__Co___*_.28 t 23 Livingston,. Trub-y A Co9.81 SEf NEV! ,_ of of NWi NWVi j6 ------------ I 8 3 7 7 23 22 J JO Sam Mr.11. /I..en Edwtot > !>or'rd'

r'' Order of PuhllraUnn SOSI Dr. O. L. Haynes -- 18.70 Lou 1 1 IS 14 of Blk. 24 S4. SW V ) HUll C Vi
't e atndavit attachedto pt2: of SBVi of 9Wt'-______11Ki. 8 14 .t.of /W'4.:! : 3 7 sa bar..retNSfy [
11.40
by
__ .
It appearing 20>> H.H. Spencer -- Llvtnll ton. Truby ft Coo. N : v Mr.
.. of aEvJ ______ll 8 _.ofSW'4---8 723
1' t It the bill ot complaint the realdence Glad In the of ;1'1 of of 8Wi NKVi of 8VI''.. ____11 8 11 11) B. P. Shhacketford --- 7.75 add. to Ktarke __________281 6 33 Unknown ---------- 115.615Lot. \, of __ 4 53-2 E. lw.al-

h above cause. that i4E'of. SEV\ i: NWk, ofSIiJI 8 9. 10 of Bile. 25 Llv.InKston. W'ria ..f NW\\<' vrsw-vr 1 I: 01 i! tfnknl'lwr
to
unknown
Carroll IM complainant ___ 38.6! .
f Velmu / __ ______11 8 ? 81) Wm. E. Tarbrough .. Truby &: Coav EIv uf SI-J'4 i> NE'4 & 8Wy4 .enl> 4j ; that there la no person In 2O1O J. O.Efromaon ---- 12.13 Starke _________83 6 22 Livingston, Truby .. Co. 9.n ja Sam (t.
of Florida, known to affiant : o f NEV4. of SWy4 _____12 8 12IS ---- 11.40 add. to I.. of BE44 of NE'4' ________ 4 gg
he State -13 8 21) n. P. Shackelford ------ Lot. 4 5 6 7 of Blk. 28Llvlnaraton ; SWof\ .
w&< of NEy4 "x. 3 A In
y whom of 8WW; SEVi
,
service of process upon _____ 1.15NWI
Powell _____
A. Coa.
& .
F. NW
+ 12 Truby
; 8WV4-11! 8 & -
15
/ would bind said defendant It Ie therefore In this ordered E .7of. ,. of KM,NEVt of BEH of RW14 nf ___14 6 12 10>> C. T. Sllcox ...._______ 7.761Yu4 add. to Starke __________38 6 22 W. E. Dawr ...tT ------ 15.85 cor.1 .7. "" SW s 7 1J -.. .1. Putter

alt for that Divorce.said defendant be and of NEVi of NWV ofSWVi WV. of lota 89 10 11 of Blk. co.-; fE! E of Rr;: I'oeenberl

r S i appear to the on bill or of before complaint Monday In, W of &aameSWVi a atrip. 40__ft._ wide___14 6 II B John J. Conway _-_--__ '.10 Coo 25 IJvlngaton add. to Starke Truhy__;___&_.28 6 22 Unknown"- -_-----. --- 11.00 AAorEviTf: A ; 5 7 33 T Sam

t .,4 this cause, of SW'4 W of Lot 12 II 7 of Blk. 3ft Llv. \ SEy4 W of ]noad ? Unknown
otherwlxe the allegations An NW'4 T
AuKiint 6th.; rtrbl he ____ ________115 8 23 I 9 Andrew M. Rollins ._- 11.70 oa Coa. NW\o\ of NW'4 < (}' C. Sweat:;
t t will taken aa Itp 11.40 d'ttf..t'ltf: : : ::: C. I_ Peek __ 8,78 T T U
Robinson
/ It of NWVi\ of NEVi___..16EU 8 23 11) Texas ------- -__-___ .23 6 22Vii ----- ES4 of wyy Of 9Wyyi4'9i
confessed by hf..oot elm"d ____16 8 II 21) Unknown ------ 18.70 \ of Blk. 8 Llvlnton. of of
:deed that ; of SWi. Of NEV. Rose Cox: __ 11.TO WV4 NEV of SWiT
-- -
Co. Hub. Dlv..28 ( 13 ---
4 one a week for four consecutive 9 A In NEVi of NE'4 See. Truby A also corn. 2 chn S ot NW

1 week. In the Bradford County Telegraph 21 bounded; N by land of Lot 2 of Blk. 13 Ltvlng ton S. K. Belle y -,____ 11.70 cor. of NEV ofeW444
1v.28 6 33
1 Co Sub
published In Starke. Florida.VVltneaa N. D. Hagaman 8 by .Truby &: run 8 3 chns. E:: 3.., cfin.
less Lou 1 3 4 of Blk. 19 Llvln N I ehn.. \V pfd d
the hand of O. \\ Alderman Center .t. E by Ry. SuT 844 elln.. to lI
f f seal of thl. 100 ft. e In SE cor. also 'T ruby 4, e oe. > .-! acre 58'E JH..
'
Clerk and the 1. tv: __ : g f fj Joe Hagan --_____ la.oO 9 ,3
a Court, ihla the 29th day of June,, 20 A of Sees. 1$ &: 21 described 131k.33 'h of W',yofNWy4olNWy4oof
1411 A. D. 928. .. follows: Beg. Lot. 1 :2 "or"EH, of Ie N3Yyof E.}. of XW": _
ALDEKMAV.: at a pt. In cetner of Ry. Llvin .ton. Truby & Coa. 30 I) Unkl1"n
4 tnd.etaolnunu Q w shrdluu 415 ft. to an fn Sub. Dlv. ________ 23 8 13 Sam Then ----____ 10.S0 SWSS or NWy; -----u-------- 9 7 T .13} 40 J. Llrlil' r- .

? Circuit Court, center of By. tract: near Lot. 1 S or EH of Blk. 14 : of NE- 600 u'nki"wn _
Clerk NE"\
f ,f (SEAL) Allwx. _____13 T 33
W Llvln .ton ruby at Co. unkn"Wn !
f Tf
& !
A. KNIQHT. Temples Store run Tison of N EI4
t 9' 4 By C. Deputy ClerkE. 14 de. N 1820 ft. thence N Sub. Dlr. _______________38 6 tl Sam ------__ 8.85 Ny} ot Nt::... crjfEvrr-iiiT I Y0 1 :0: \ \\1.ftl':
E Lot. a 3 or NH, of Btk. 15Llvlncaton. tI.vtn.
ll'' / ; M. JOHNS It d. W 660 ft thence (Continued on Page
;d t Solicitor for Complainant. I de N 1820 ft. thence N'S Trut jr A Co.
,ipol 7-6-5t-8-! i4 d.. W 660 ft. thence B


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I'OF. FlEVE1'If' jI j

U- BRADFORD STARKK, FLORIDA .,

.. _!. COUSTY..T.nEGR.\PII. )'
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tin-' _n I ...n....... ul.l, "ni,. i I ,u >, ,"iu' I IM ?iil,i-llbiig' .t- 1'1 _

; I Tnes. A 4 *._t* tit. I, \\ -l', 11' P'I' .\ I"lit' I" .II titling vT
\-r' m Pn e Six.) ....... Description Sce' T. It. .%. Owner ,
.
"" < T. .. .. 11..11'110 Sri'. .'. n. _,. U""I'.t: -i I In.ul I ..1.110lh'1 I Ii ml( .lelrlt -i'
.. l.ir" thn. exclusive, Ih. fre 2'
& L'u.t 1..1
.... 1,. n. ,', Oir : ,'(.,.d. lots or Hlk.i. A & BPeokn Maid, ili nnd, tnlaHoard '
______ 2.71 C. I. &. J. U Peek 1.14 hihoolH In I.
22:! Unknown n 28 6 23 on.I
W .__.- .32 7 add------. having duly connldcred _Muetltldn
lp
BI81 4a-22 Inlll 25 by 1251IRmpton 1 7, 8 Blk. B Klslnc'aadd .
t. dots ._ 4.S3 and the facts stated
'V L8f'I --18 8 Mots .I I :\1. I 111.Ifllt! t.. -.
$r
1.tcGruder .
7 22 18 J. 11. --------- : Park N4" of - In ami having determined 1
I ; ....... SW'of 3460\ Blk. 6 Itisifli'Sad1. ..
I-\ 31 I IBIIiI ._ 7.80 "etltlon( In .signed by morn fc t
21 i I : t.n: uin i'
\ 6 -
'. & %V'43 of NV14 at .. G.n u _::18 per cent. of the ciuiilllled elector .

1'1 7 23 n Durden Ifarper --- .-- 119.49 W _oo __ _32 7 U Unknown --.------ I[_<>IM 10 11 12 13 14 Blk. C. 6 18 _. J :M lii .,niK ___ 9.88 u ho are freeholders residing In MMHppclal .
18
<. H-2 lots 25 by 125 Mini nit's; add. Tax School; Dlsttlct No.

hampton Prk N1J of "VII Blks. DEIi' (] H I J KLi .1. M. ItNlnii __.._ 48.38 ind that the Issuance of bondsI'rayi'd -
I'. SI4 ..ec.l1: SW"". atNWI. Rising's nsltt----.2$ 8 88Jrncl. for therein IH HIM,'.'."ary. and ,

7 23 1 'Vm. alcbreuter ____on 41.99 & W\1i\ of NW'4'. vtWSW. 1.71 I II lots A B 1.' D B1H.1. tlr. Ida .1. UclhciKci, ____ 8.21 hat said petition fully compiled wits -J -
I 19 %. _ ._________81 7 IS tlnknnwn -- ------- 81.67 Wynn's add. the law It U, therefore -
\\ / 7 2:1: 80 Mrl.o'. H. Dover ------- N by Blk. .
SVL'$8 U.U I Jn. lot bounded UEMOUVEU: Hy tills Board, .r Public
..r 22 O. 1 I'rtnol __________ 7.83 NE'-4 ___________84 7 U 40 J. 1) Thompson --------- 18.89 31 orlKtnnl Town I U Ii Instruction In special si--t ting oat f s

19 7 1 \\Vt..Of: S\V1: ___ _______ 84 7 U 40 Unknown ---------- toy Hy. A W by ThompsonSt. 6 81 R. M. parkman ________ 88.84 his" the 281h day of June. I I'.ijs.!' that .:

111. : of N no n. of NE1,6 otE 'Fhlme ____________ 4.50 ::; .-S It Is I expedient, and for the l''I t incrusts I
.f 1:11 ______n_ ____84 7 22 2 F. F. Trle..t. n.1I5 I)ne lot I 1011 ft si-nare In 8W 81Jne B3.V.. DrlKB.r. B.t. 2.54 of snld Special Tax Si'liuolDlstrlut I -
.s iii 8 N. r:. ------------- of SWJS 8 -
.' N 210 ft. nf N174' of BE.U 7 19.19 cor. of SW Nut A of c.ni'ity.' .
:: 23 G F. E. Henry __ _________103.2 N\V44 ot N\....,.. ----------$5 7 U to J. 1'. Thomp.on --------- n.u lot of land 262 ft. N :li'lorldn: t that' I this; Hoard on behalf; of I -
; 19 7 N'AI at I5E'j' ___ ._. _______85 7 U 80 1>. E. Knlllht ----------- l' & S by 21\ ft. I B & W laid district do Issue and I sells. bond 4 .l- t I It ,

t 1),1o 'om. atPl.. 314 fl. A ofN11 bounded N by Pratt St. -iK 23 > Mrs. Asia Bauer _n_____ 21.8S In the amount of (20.001.t0 for thepurpose.
c.or. of SV';. NIV' bY Sanderson, l.nne- HH stilted "Ild petition U )

(' & run S 1015 .fIf to $I Icur. -ots i2 IS 14 Blk.\ 17 L. T. 23 \MrH. Ang..llneVt'lI.r. __ 4.77 ihovtt referred to.BM } .' ; I
t'l then..eV ndd -* : IT\ KUKTIIKK RESOI.VKU t
of .a1d' 40 Con .o.- 23 Lilniich .M. Wainwright .- 14.00 '
23 D. ,Yo SwlndlG __________ 15.110 4611,1 f(. to Ity. right!\ of .ot 5 Blk. 1 hluhwnv add.28 6 Thataid bonds' shall be In the deiioinlnntlon .- t 5
19 7 way. thence N all right ot Lo I.t* 1 2 15 111 luxe I K 20 of 11,000.00 l that bond ;
to Daniel Delamy 10.91 fl. Ih..nee Nl1 .. ft. & half Here In NK cor.SUV 4.82 hall:: hetir date: of August 1st. 192! I?
: 19 7 U ---------- WILY 528 ft-20 6 22 a C. Sweat ______ _____ 01 I 4
uf SK' less v .0 A'lth Interest at the rate ,
11541ft.. to 3it. of b..g. 10 Frank L Iioto.eo-J __-'"-- 13.23 Ih..rl1 --I
'I o! to 22 MaggIe l1ellamy ________ 10.91 -10 Acre. more or l"sH35 T 22 -- .,- &uli< per cent per a.num.ynble on : 'tj

19 7 23 J. H. l\cOrudt'r --------- at.31 S 55 ydB. of NbL, of :-b114; __ IMihllnhed! the said Special,, I Tux :tha 1st day! of August and the let I
''I" I '11 19 7 -5 A & com. 185 yd8. ;.I .. Fort l\Iyer.-Lp8 County Pack- .School. IMslrlct No. 3 and publication lay I of February of each, year and t -& -

'" 7 22 C. W. Gillett ____________ 21.07 of Sti:,,; cor. ot NIE of u..1 \ ... rIg Co., of l hid place t In first Independent I i be for the period of four consecutive inch bonds to become duo and paykblo S li
NE,. & run N 275 yb4., to ".. .... .. to sign contract weeks bcKtnnlnit on' \the as folow..: ,
IlIk 1819 7 22 John :IIlllady n_________ 34.81 NI I cor. of saId NE+. QC ... ...... ahipper clear- lilli day! of July, 1028.! line on August 1st 131.tnd '-I -,
,
4 .. --- :011'; ;. then.V 188.... yde. .. with Florida Citrus! Growers U W. F1'WlITEflI.TTElST : one thousand, dollars on August1st ,:,
31 ,. ''Iallpton -- -".,' ... Ihtmoe 1:1: 2711 yd". tfien. .- '1--..' .. House AllllOclaJtlon.e : Chairman I I Huard, uf each year of the years 1931 toIV50
.b U) ,f lol 3 .t:: 188 yd.. to be-10! : -, ..... ., -. -"I" .- ng Public Instruction of llriust" foud. I Inclusive. The principal, an* I ( ,
I ,
'W of, said tionds pay- -
: : 4.14 N1.1 County, t'lorldu.; merest shul S -
7 22 Unknown .. ---------- Acre. alII" com. at ,.,c of I I
S _20 :- cor. of IIEI: ,. of NEI4 & .. Luke Alfred OradlnK for new 11. R WI<1'111"R." "lil" at the oirtce IIlno"'r'nll II
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of %
l>ank City :
,oxl08' \ ,
Hoard, of PuldlcInstruction York
u1'i ; run S 110 y'I"V 220 yll" 17 through this city Superintendent ii
..' N 110 yd:.. bi 2Z0 lO lJ"g. fllllrke 1..lR state road of Bradford I County.Florida i Hg' lit ----
flank ---
n Unknown --...... 812 -5 A 35 7 U 20<1 -- 11.83 )ractlc.lly completed. nnd 1 ux: 1 ollttlu Secretary: IT is Fl'HTlIlClt n E80tNF.T here'I'I .
22 OllilaI'd -----
\ --- 1.. ----
C. -- be I
' c: t 125; } I..m !' ... ....:. Win nf \\-i4 i ,::::: :.: 7 22 20 uf uuUI Hoard. UI by ch'tilon ciillAl I .In'the. at sa.I't H.'ho..lhlu. I '. -V

:. 11 1 ; ; : 1IOfW... ofSE.,. & wyof 40 71.] 0. Lvnn. Adm. -------- 18.119 street undergoing luo'lr.'i! of Member Sissy s"C"YUIi..d1) LatI.\ i oil the 711ilny Ps i
22 l\11l'o--Mlltn duly! put\ 1.'I"rldl. J
Heg' : ;A. -- SEL< ot SEV. __ ___n_ 2 8 1' ackerm..n 8.IiS101E l y! Member .Sinrency, of I M. determinewhether ,
\ t .-" \.n. II Unknown ----------- 8'II .13 N'I..ot! NW'4 of SW';. _00 2 8 Z2 1611 20 1: 1' Waekumon :::::: 65.U: extensive Improvement before tlio I Hoard, nil members pi''sent AIKI-I.Mis 1..1", shall I he Issue-l I 1
20 7 22 5 8 23 ____...127.)0 i votlimye 'and' None N sty. motion '
.W.- :: ,. 340 O. 10'. Waek..rluan e : ''IU desi rlbeil 'and that at such li
.. : beingto h'I..11
.. 22 motion
t ,vi4: 8 8 ed. said
.. ETS '; wan' cu in -
6J)18 & ; election I I the question to be submit* I ,,
11'( Orlando-Bids rec'0Ivet.( tor couitruction Secretary of t : I S sit
H. h' su I.a.: of SWL4: of NF:'' & > ih(' effect that the ( he'sll.tsvItg :ted shiiH::: bu "l"iliututule".; : : : or "4guitisettide. S SiT
,
. ,...n s Unknown ---------- 8.1I 2 of Sb of NI-4 & Hutchln..on. 89.09 ot larij iwr,.atory nchool the Utiard be directed to railNo '
-
L..roy -
;I -<\\" 20 7 22 s1:,,; %_ ____ ___________ 9 9 22 200 John. \VaekUlIIlln ______2\8.62 building tot SI. Jtmeph's Academy notice lo appear In the 1, n fliiSOl.t'EU That I ii 1

I.'ol 0\Hlgh.'. .. ;flx125 Sub. ... I._di.&r. I'".'. .-; AU NJ-Vt. _&_ NEtL.ot___________NE'/______ofNWI 10 8 22 lIiO O.o' it) ntdlloI\\uod!: nnd 'atlu-art atg.* :lirndforil I \I I ;: 1 County In I:: Starke I TcU'urupli, llradford, u |county iauurputillNluid .there I following>Ftn't'll%!\managersJ.and designatedthu : I .1 1I ;t

.On'B A' NW'.4 of N\V'.. ... or'ioiOTICJo Florida suld 1 notice to appear for and John
lie
; : < R.12 !. Fred .
MOlr"
Ivl'I'1, .0"4'\ 20 .7 h Unknowl1 ----------- 34..1I ex. 6 A In In .or. & '\Vh -, ,, r",<,,,- I ) POW 1t'13LI'A'1'1O'4erta1Nn.O2fl52 a p..rl..d..f four "unHe"utl'k'I s. ] 1..I.r.' of snld election. and L,. II.
: \\V ._ .20 1 113 20 A. 1\[. WIIIIILms -------- otMW .ofI"W..llelo1l1or. ....e- .. ftrst notice belnir pithllshvd In the land HIM as Clerk of sntd election.IT : .
. ,
.'i. : .. ut July illb.I lllil). I
I .w of INV V Ac NEVi of (i Fl'UTlllOll $
IS
, : A 'I' ::: :' 24 7 22 711 'V. .D. mocker -------- 15.97 8fey* A In 1 I ( ... Nolli'e. ..r HpeclHl. F.lrctUm' UJVJANn I I'
.
H.OO 8KV4 of NWU ex. 2Vi Alderman & Futch.-.__..:ln.64 interior. U. oltDKUI'H: ; \ TIlMt the! .fu 'I I t
Killebrew .f thnt a
the
20 J. A. ---- 253 : Is hereby given
Notice
---
;;. liE' .20 7 22 SW cor. _____--_____H & 22 LPCPHITOWIIt Florida.Juno cullvd 1 Int' Ions. ""." In the Hriutord 5, -

0'' "I", ..x :..I ________ I 0.91or Slof"\ RIll of SWVi & Wetmur B3.6f ,and olllce at UttlnesvtlK 'lal elwctlon |Is hereby .. r, Counly Telngruph, 111'1 pb p 1 b '
: A20 I'Iurc1t'n ____ K. ------ the \ ,
7 22 1 II A. A. 22 120 ----- vlll be. livhl, at I llam\iton' \ ,
H.OO 8 % of SMi\! of SEVi _____11 8 1".0 u' 23, Vs2hereby thnt VIl- > Ill" I''Inhixl In Starke, .
20 J. A. KIII..brew 40 Unknown -- --- given within I I th> I tvirltory .pe.\\ -
'T 22 -------- 22 ---- touse I newspapernibllshed
o' 4\\ _21 21 7 22 40 J. H. Hl\nk ________-____ 18.06 "NUVt K\ of of NWt NlYVt. x..,.10----1)1-100----- 12 8 lam Notico::1!'. Powell of Starke.. Florida IiiII,1Ci iiul deHcrlbed ax HiMu-lnl I Tax S: I'','lorlda, Ih'I'1 In 111111 being, 81..hLI'IIX no \ K< lu>iUilstrlct I

,b, II on December 12.1921\' ,ItHtrlcl N... 2 liradrord" uuunty, I'I'.e 6 .1 ", lie. forlie I .
"BV. of 22 12 L. n. Watch __n________ 7.52 A deeilitd to Rosa ManliliiS who. I.nlry N" 0211I29. t..r .. Florlilii 'Ci. tin* 7th d.iy of Ni. IIlolhnl. weeks.iculnnlnK S SOn $

"W'' &21 7 80 Wm Kl\lchreuter ______ 31.:13: 1, A to AUK.Moorer 21 1909_ ___&_ .ex__: _,12 8 22 65 Mi1- R. >..*. Thomas ----- 85.21 i 11..11I..1"11.1$4:: of NE:%.3. $H..'ctlon Tallahassee: 10. i'ownshlp I Merdlan .1D2S I between.by law the I I In holding liours I us Ki'liciuli lirexcrlbed -I I I I: period:: of,four the I' c'm(: .;day:: of July. -. u'', f.

._ 21 7 n Ml SW',. of SWV4 E of Hy- __ 4.81: a H, natiKe of intention thuial- I I1..d 2M. '
___ notice .. at wlilih c-bM'llon | f
Vaughn filed t
E __ ______ _______128V4 8 22 9 nrnt v. n has .tab-. i.1.1.11.) 1.. W. KlCTtT.lTK.il. S
.1 SEf" % "'iI.55 9 A -- 20.7 proof to .. am frouholders I tu. .
220 tTnknown _.._.n"-_ _12 II 22 4Q IlelberB --------- *to make Three-year I .1.1. wh. i LTTF.STClnilnnan: : of Hoard of '
23 7 22 of of SRi4 __ ._ described tholrvrvln '
SVti above xhull I by j c
land dlslrlct
__ 32.93 the I 'I
_________ claim to I it 1'ubllr I I of I Brad !
Ish
._. 28 7 22 80 Unknown K 445 ft. of NE4] of SE ____ 5.5i of United tin' IIIHI'I.tlll
22 40 J. D. Thompson ________ 1R.fi9 7 A---------_.13 8 22 'l. 'Unknown _______ before HeKlster OalnesvlleFlorida (U.terinlniwhether J.rl..e ,,' 1IIty.t l"I.rlla pfp
26 7 of HWVi- ,
19.19 OI1l ". nt 1 I
_________ Lnml l'uh4U I III..trl'I..n..f Irll.lr..1 II. \VKiniNS..
40 J. t). Thom Hon S & W of State August
27 7 22 All SWVi of NEVi 7-5: 10th day of I School I II '
C. Helberger ------- the yusit ). ... of I'dbllc :
4 .13NEi4 8 22 14 11. -- on I'hllif I tin Intcndcni' 1,1 <
t\ ,'*. 4 ______ 0.25:! Uy. 14 A --- -------- district I 2 Issue bunds Inthe if oullly .
111 3a6.. C\gh\ _______ 2 A In NKcor. 192M. : .h,1 1 Oct fuel Inn ( 1"'IIUI",1 '
, _. n 7 22 _______ 20.77 of NI0'1 H. Swetmur ----------- 21.0 fliilninnt names, ns witnesses I I sum of $20.111.10( ) In uruoHliincewith ) l e
F. I .
I.nrsen
H. 8 42
7 22 411 Je..sl" of ISE-i4' of NE'/i __14 2' -------108.8 of Starke. Florida.W. renolut Ions I and I.'hl. 11.111.11 lo"tor I
. 28 I I passed adoll.1
)11.61 Wackerman .
\ 20 Will l\fllttall" ------- __ ___ __ 15 II 320 U. 1' Fred Sassee. 'if II
22
I-01- .alI S
., lust '
22 of i I'ubllc
7 N'ii\ .Htnrko. Koaid I
r :.I.., 28 Yarns _____ 10.61' n <1. .Stair of : by I he niol Ion of Member May. neeHided -
I'pon
1'y,1en
za 20 n of NKi/4' & SEVi Of NEW 64.9 of btarKe held on the 2illh day I '
, .;f. 28 7 NVu O. F. Wackerman ------- Newton Strickland ut Its iiKM-tlnx, bv Member, duly! putleforo
,, S .. LarBen _________H.30 & NEVi' of St(,; '% ___ ___- 17 II 22 160 1'101" '<,'* of june. 1928.I I) which!:: resolutions: I: : :: nrebelntr I the 11111",1. lr.n..y., pres- -
D. lI
\ t29 7 22 26 JessIe Lol" 1 2:. or NliV. & EVi I o! (0'. Wuckerman., ______115.2 'Strickland, of Starke FlorId I I piibllniicd, \ HlmullaiuMMinlyherewith I t I I Ave "ni none" Nay!, mulon '
.I.
O. :
\. \ ;
..1 NWVi\ & lot 6 of :8151 I .SNW,4 \ 8 2' 260 88.4 suld bonds I be In thedeiiomlimtloiiH lt 1IIIf )
.. Wackennuu ------ ; catrli'd.. ,snld motion ill,
[fl.\\ .1 I nr.a & NWI ____ :JigIwots II 2i: 200 U. F. a. CBOM tn be i "nilla i -
of NEVi ar.onnri of 11.000(1(1.i
:: hut I thn .$.. !
effect (
_'::1.. 8\VL.. .- ... 1 2 :3 4 & S\Wi of 235 Unknown ________104.3 6-29-BI-7-27 Itegltr.soTU'l. :dated: : :: AiiKusl:: I 1st ID'tH 1 to: b..nr I Intcrpst :- II he tbe Hoard be directed, tn .cans. the 1 :l ; 4 -I4

" t NE'/. ____n ._ 22NE 8 22 I at the I nito of G per cent per notice to appear In the
following I I
l1eden-
\ 29 7 23 69 Unknown ___________ 31.45 <4 of NEU & EofNy'.7of 80 J. .I>. Thompnon -------- 31.2: ::< F'1'i'I'I! t \ i< i.i.i'.i'Tl'k': an n ii in, payable KKinl-iuintnilly on Itrudford" Countv, "-" a |iaperliiibllshed 4

NB-.1: ___ _______ ..23 8 22 AujffiiKt I 1st, and! February 1st of each I I I In Mlurlie' ( ., I llrudfurd Coliny I. '
_t\ ''H 1 ":29 7 22 19 (5.V.. Faxon ___________ 17.611 Sof NKVi & SEViVV4 Vnknowii -. _________1J6.8: that n special \ year, t but h l'sI, I Inclpnl i i :Stint: lntertHt, I of \ ; soul notice to appear It I

.29 7 22. 40 Unknown _________ 18.06 of NWii of N13V4 ______--2\:\ II 22 280 40 Jiavls Honley- ---------- 20.1iq Notice Is hprcby hereby given called anil. said hUIII., to bo payable at thn office Florida a period, of four culs..lllv. Iit I- ;,

\F F & R\Y'4' of ';* ___ _2:1: 8 :IZ 40 Allen l-ipeed _____________20.7 I eli-cllon\ Is Hampton school of the I 11"1',1"111 Hunk, f.weeks, llrst I I is I ti'" j l
I"h"
the
,, i.. of : \: 'I of af\vi<. _:;_.:_ _::::.23 II 23 will lie held ut territory knownan.i City( of No" New tile I Issiii-, 1''r.tJ ,1yI illh 11).8.Not ) I
.r _________109.1 house within t the Hiild to mature as folIOWH. 5.
of -W:; & Wi Unknown __ TitS Hc'l"11IHHtrlct Yot U ; ." -
,, nV f24 160 -
.\ siV __ g 22 ,lencrlbcd. as HpeclnJ .. ..r Npeclal r.lerllon: ji-i
ft. .- ____ ____ (ounty' '
i : 103 nlcharlD. ot I ( I No of r o7i\\ : ofAuir. Thousand Dollars, on A tu ui-i us II 4
7 22 f..r..er 11. A SI. or N4J of NE'4V i.r11 It day On" .
30 : ; ; ; the tliut -
1\1111..1" ____________ 22.27111I Lake & S/ of NEVi; of F. II & Alletta O. stat II If ) on hours ns prescribed sit, 1931 1 nnd. Unn Thousand 1'"II.rl I Not' rut I. h"'b" ghvu'n .a "P"1.1 4t4
4S s
NWI47'i' A _..____25S'a 22 Flemlnw-! _--____ 25.C( IU2H 1 hetwni-n I the hohllntc Kemralelections 5.AiiHiist I at. \t each of t yminHl.12 ,' I .1..1011 I I" h"'el.y, cit I led IiiUe it. '
:2. InIlamp : ) hy law In lei 19SO, IncliiHlve.I wil. II' nl I h. 1'41'11"1 I .
the.iualllli.fl
_________ 14.RO nl which. election .. W. KICKI.lTRIl. 1"II.hh,. wllhln I Ih. territory
\4v. E. 1\1.'llrr __ ..l'l't's.! 1'11- l.nwl'Y. '
..30 7 22 ________ 18.06 of NWii of NWIex.. 5 ) electorM wh.I""I.' freh I Chairman I of t lie I 111.1. .... r I beil n. .l4pcrla I 1'lxtoId"1
7 2:1: 1Ifr.. n. 8ulllvan & :2. A in4V shall' I by!' their I ATTEST.: 101"11.f I..wll lrai f 1 II '
__ 30 .n A In N'Eor.I In said district I I I 1'1. net No. 8 If
"
____ sldlTiK I'ulillc
I _____ .. .r
p. ," 30 7 22 Unknown __ cnr. of N J.:. of N W '/. Scott ______________ 1U vote determinewhether I he l-J',,rI f SIOAI.l I Krniiroid., ( 111"1, 1"I"r"I., "IIII'Y.' If tnliti'ihiu. nn I list hIs 1 I Ihihy I I'N

.1 131k. 30 Priest ______ 14.80 of .S\V'4 _ _-___25 8 22 17has.20 Oran Speed __.-__________lo.t Public Instruct" t bm of Bradford. t'oiin- ((I II. II. WICdINS, 'ollly. !' II? ,\11"1'. iblO.. :I iu1wu.'n Illn huosre : :i ,
.30 7 22 .1r6. Della J. 'VI", af HI 1314 of- NWi4' ____25 8 22 22 20 Jas. ..p..d _______________ 10.ti liehnlf) of Hpeclal I Tux SchoolKlstrlct In $ ',' 7.0-01-8-1 11.'M..I..d by h.w II h.il'tiiiw l..n- -1 .
S '<::1':', of N'a'of '_W-t of NWVi ___ 25 8 40 IIn'.1I! .Mltfhell --- 211.1; No. 2. shall Issue bond .1..llln.i ul whlI i.Ists-hIis -
I':' uf I N I..',. of $IY' -----------2$ 8 22 7." of .fl.ooo.OO In n.iiirdancewith I I Ii.tl e it'c Lre ro (roche 1.1-
41.9 ---
_________ Unknown --------- the sum I
30 7 22 100 11a. D. Maxwell N *. i>f N'' of :-I; X 22 22 10 10 Chat Scott- ---..---------- 7.: resolutions I I \passed and, ndopted nt \oric i-1: III" "I"C'I; I t I. 1.1.1'1':' : 1.r"l II-SIIII11K" I III SII(1 (JISII1CI Sllllll I Y
1 h.' 125 1'I'a of '' of NI'of NI'26: ', 8 by t he Bonrd of I'U 1)1 Iv Innjlrm-tl..n I of ,' vote di-lei minehethvr th -to-i;

;'; I0'',. of S'j I ot NIi4 of N101.; & N W14 K 22 51 Jas Speed -------------- 25.1 Its meellimr held on I the I". .. :Notice. Is hereby Klven that / xpu- 1"11 of I'Uhl".1 I Instruction. nf .Hriid-.' !! J
\ of of N 10': __ -_-*6 lu.i' lll-s.! which I I resolutions are h SIKI win Fold of THY ,
: "i 22 20 Lee Junklns ------------- Mine, .. ,fini eiei'iion. IH nori.uy CIIIUHI "IIIIII 111 ..nlir .1..CI.
8 .
'. of .1I SVV'/J. of NEVi __26 LM"l."I.Im..l'll,1.rilrnITi. : lions* at' l.nw- $ hoot lilslrlct N. A I I ""
:W'/ ___ _____ I EVi of 'InK 1)11 be hld nt tlie .11.1
_
11..1
32 7 22 Unknown U, It Acr-a of WVa of S\V'4 8 Davis- IJonleytf ___________ t.: mh ; snld, bi, >''0' tI. "" tey!', Florida, "')!' kiinwn Iituii.Ie 111, the sum, of $20.111.01( ) III I1Crdancn tliiIileil
nlt
c. bY )2NJ.f'l NN" ___ __________26 8 22 niillon I of 6 I 1,04111.00.( to I..' dated I at AIIMist I tlioate ;- ilesi'rlbed I as thel"r'III"hirlii I 111 x I4i-1iol l with I rO..IIII.I"I h paused itiusi. I

uf I 1, ll'2H. to bear Interest, t'ld, No. A(I, of IlrllH".II'IIII y!', Htnlur .. by! ( 1'ubllo In.ruction S
of .. of 6 cent. per onniim. tlYIsIs 7th day MI ut Us' mcctlnir held' on the '
tin
ivI.4 per l''lorlda on I
ii i
::0.0'1'1( ,, "rlheI'lnn.l.. .. will be ,B"lilue I I on August 1st nnd' <> AII".I. llh of ..hintI HUH I which, ,resiitlons -
>;W'. of folliiwInB ,il "< l seml-nnnnlly :: between, lh, houis day'
V ._ 8.69 the p : tnI' Ii HUM '
_____-- u-lven that the 6th ) of each '' 'I' publishedliuul-
22 Unknown h..rehy l.elntr itni
It i
32 7 Nolh't' IB SIONDAY IN; .A t300J14T, 192S (.lii-iinry, 1st snld hUII.I". by law In holdlnit Ki'lHTal I I lire nit I
I ly 125 t RullI.. auction on FUl.ST CutlEt huIl.e. \\)00"" at I4tarI<... In 1u-"dt..I',1 irliit-lpal I nnd Interest of H"'II.o( at uhlrh clci'llon Ilio iiiial-! t iniMinsly' 'herewllh ; said. bonds toIn
NI',',. of4VE4 IIY ot .lIhl mont Ii. 1o..fuI' tile much th..I'* of aB will I.e. iieesnry, to 1)aY! o be. paynl.le, ,nt the) olllce of City tlioInnnvvr Illi'd: lt filcctoiH who :afii fr. ..i>l,.:ilil<'rsrcsldliiK I". i Ilie, denominations lt(1".01.' u i0-
of "ulllY 1 11.1" of Jo'lorl.hl. 01' .0 the ,,"m.., t"K"UIl'" with Iho CII,,' utu'h Nat )ontti Hunk\ In the said district .hll I by hi IK (lnli.,l AiiKtiKt: Int.I I 1\\ : J.
.ult opposite of New York; II I:: : : ot l
tUX"B 6
ltle fOI' nll"cIOl' Stale t Iltut rate
\\1 of he alllllnnl < l'. A. "ulch. Tu x if New York I theirnti i I sy ii the iittreut nt '
32 7 22 Unknown _--- 3.825hy 11,1.. I\nol ad ve..II..ln. M'. ,mid bnnilH' to mature' as fo-'ows\' AUgUst: Hoard, uf .I.t'llh"I I ,."\of I llrndfoid .,. iiritiiini, piiVHblH ....i,1.,1\i I, I

'0"lJecrIilI.n % inn Thousand I Hollars I on I 1111h'bebalf of Spxflul' Tux on AiiKH-t list unil I.hrullr !

":\ NE'4V't: -.t # 144.0. T. It. A. '10\ 11cr & I OMlM UiuciiHt. 1 9: 1 n 1st tot tine of eai-h:Tlioiisnml, of I the Uollars years 11112o nil; H'h",1 1",1.( 'I1IY l'I'rll' (I N.of. ,lt.IltlJ.u0''I) shnll) III insittiii nccordtini'o :-
'!om. ZOO, ft. W of NFl cor.o'f'NMV 11,50( Inclu.lv.-. with resolutions, passcil. ii rush I oillco of I Hi" I II"tiVCI'" u.(Ihl..1 I
w1
of32 __ __ _______ 2.33 ,. w KIf.K.1T1.niiVTTKHT of Now York, .
7 22 Unknown nnV.43lVW { I l by! HIM t lloiird of I'ubllc Instruction i llanU, City( : HIII. 4
Boardnf "I..t.1|
1 : 14 ofIoiIlIton ., \ : Cliiilrman i of the Brad- I at I Its .. I I held,/ on the S'w V.I'I<. Huld. litmus In ma In ro a.
lOll ft. N 243 ft. J-J 100ft. Geneva Town ----------- 4.33: Vubllc I I Instrncllon I of I I of JIIIIH", .lllK' wI, itt, lusolntli .: lji.1 ,
2- lIlt Ii day
14PL. 31 to be*. .____.- ,72S 6. 'SRAIj) f''d' I'ounty. I'lorlda ,(:: ::>n, > are bchiH: : ; J'piibllshi.il' \ : Hltnultanifoiisly I h. foluw.tno tlioiiNiind t ii oh lit vi A U gust h.t ,, j jI
In N\V cor. of NVi J. M. lll lnn .. 6,11 WIfiaiNS ,said bimds, to boIn : mid Line thoumind dolln.ru ..
.\ \vl/j of 4.8G I Acres _-8 6 22 -- --------- 1. H. 7-H-lit-H-'l herewith ,
t
32 7 23 Irs. t. 11oo1helsr ----- of 8WV! of NW i __ Becretary I lie denomination, of 5 1.1110.110.( toils August Inl of elicIt of the year 19.18tu ,
_
101k. 11 :,ots 2I IIV 40It. of lots daUid' August I.I 11120, .,'. In- 11150. IrivluNlve.I. I
8 Blk. 15 origInal X. Jti Hul _134.93 iir.woi.i'iioN: of "I r (."cut.P : W. KICKLITKII.ATTEflT .
.,1 1irkI ('I I & tcreHt, ut (tie, rule 5"j |lt
___
___ -
HonrJof p-i-1
._ payalde I I I : ('h"lrnl.n of the .'
$SV4NV24 Town (>"I- 1 t 1I."I-allllally
16V of 8 E cfir. of of I 1\lnum., and Fcbrunry I I'tiljllc of Hriiil-
IS
::-on : meelhiK "J0rinai'1 1st
of AtiKUHt
_32 7 22 Unknown ___________ -3.00 lot 7 Blk..17 orlKlnnl Town i At the Hpeelal' I In..lrll..llon' of I I on cnch year, both principal I nnd In- ford County b'lorldn.
N IllS ft. W ao) 1.1H I of I'ubllc whlt"1I".pt\ I\IM' bonds to "y"I.I, If. it. WIMC11N8.Mucietiiry .
hy 125 & I'lorldn: I lir" "'Ht of ,said \ S b
{ri.n} to Pull St.* 1-3 30- Unknown. -----___- 40.85 ord I'ounty.! dll Y of June\ the olllce of I tlin i llalmvcr NlltlonulHunk 7-d-ftl-H-t .
;';IH of ___ __ __ 2!! ? 22 ...vaN. iM-ld. sit. I Iho, 2ilth such I '
of 1.3 ft. to b..K. present nt In the City of. Ni-w y.I'k. Stale'
bclnif -
., : I" tt FJ & \V I'Y 11I2H here Kick liter I II. I >P. SIssy of New York ; said bonds. lo iuu.luras
v .
5.7 Kby 1.V. : : ;
._32 7 22 Unkn9wn ------- "Vio'rt.'N & H, bounded 28.11 meeting n.l A 'l 1.: Surrencv., members;; ; and follow-: > .! II I nl"' KISl.. II"l'llli' .

toy 125 Blk.1 17 N byJefferson 28 8.22 Sam IOoH6Ibb4rg, ------- sccietary of said One thousand dollars on August I ;
WlKKlnH.
B.
If.
'FI: '. of St. 8 by fall' $t. of .' the followlnit I I 'amiinic "tlierliroreedlUKS 1 iHl. 1031 i find Mil. IliollSIIIld, dolll'H I
toIWj, ofIW" lew.. nt NK J Intersection. & 110111',1., were had towlt.Member : "" AiiKUst 1st of each of the !' Notion In hereby wlven that ulityd i : "sit
8'' ,
'\ of )Madison & Court $ presented tt .r""lu-' 11132 1UDO Inclusive.Ii. nfler. ,datn Imroof, 1 tlie! underuii.n i
& __32 '7 22 ..... Unknown ----- 6.71 run K: on N side of MII'"un .r" : ( May motion. rtr .M.(*nii"**rton W. I KK'KMTKIt.TTI'HT yH...l 1Iiu1uiIIi.r.: of the lututtVII1aniI. [ j

r. hy 125 St. 50 ft. N parallelwith I 'and Ht-conded iipou t by Mnmber! Slit?. \ : : Chiilrniiin. of I the Testament of M""i-is. Salllo l"lphlra I i
,
NI.: of Court 8t. 70' ft.V St. tOts rnnoliitlnn'rrecy: : wit C :put: ; b.-foro the l>Iitt, rnnd I Ifoard of I I'ubllc I Instruction I offShlAI. dO"III".I. Will present my %. )ttless.

4\V'4& ofW4 iiarallel with :lfa'1Is"n all\ memluTM v..Un'yn and ,( ] I 1.1) llrHdford I County t KlorMa.K. and Final Account 1< the l1nnrllbl. j I II

:-/ of 50 ft. to Court St thence rt-HOlutlon I wan adopted. II. A. Oardlner I County .J'I.} : S (

1 \ ___3:11: '7 22 Unknown -_ 6.71i S to on b..g.E _-Ide.__ __of_ __Court___ ___ Ht.-J* __o 22 Clara I_. Peek ---------- 9.99 Hiild none rewolutlnn Nay h"lnK In Words andllifnreN ..,.r..I.rY WHIINS. 7-11-51-4-1< \npproval I Bradford: .I and County, usk: to Florida be: ( discharged' hi* g .s Si S I J

Sf.I.> by: 125 ofMV' BUj:' lots 1- 3 5-------------2 Blk. 28 orlBInal $ 6 22 U. C. Sweat & SUttr7.19 \VIuresstt, ax, follow-1\ a : meeting of this( ni-x: >it"'i'ION us such Kitueutor.: J -
of June. uf Slay! 1928.
Town day
of the 21\th\ day This lOll '
5 held on
3 Hourd O
-I N\V'"j' of 6.71IJ. LI\ik\ 2 4 1I6..: lot Y4 t701 sold l E-t. 32.29 102:!*, there Wits preitente, a petitiontdKned of At it special I mectlnK( I of the Itourdnf J. C ['01'1'1141. ls S s s'i'iouliti.'tst
___32 '7 22 Unknown HIIIIl.II'd. Oil "'()._____28 8 22 T. \V. Sweat" ------ by more I Ihnn 25 per rent freebolderN. I'ulilir I liistriictlcn of Ilr.Jol,1, Exei-uiiir: , l.nst *SallMalphurs < 4 : t
.h I.y 125 to 32. J. M. Johns 4.32 the uualineil elm-loi'M s who lire Florida' which ""' I of Mrs. .
N\I4\ of tot.. 5 6_Blk.. _______ 28 6 22 11. M. Sparkman ------- re ldlnn within the territory 'nlnly..' oil I hi* 211th li'l'or I.IIIM, l'i2H.there ': :. Uucuustd v S ,

MV'of "Id.1367 Blk.-- 33 J. M. C. A. WIlls E.t. _- 48.95 known and 1 rt..slnjmted: : lo. Its 2 /'rjjf'\ : I being 1 til, .fl sinli; I i :IHIIMIIHKI. i : 1410713.!' .

SW';.. of Unknown -_iby 11.71. Lois Johns ndd. ____________ *S 0 22 Mm.' Tax ,School IXMlrlrt thin I.V.I Klcklter. II. D. Mnv anil, A. H. -- I.S
praying
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___32 7 22 1 Blk. 1 L. T. & Co Dan Boree _____________ 8.60 ford County.Florida election. tn' determine ." I 1. II. WlKKlnH, Secretary : I J : -
22 ,
:; j35NE L'drt : .28 6 Hoard to call\ an school niMtrlrt nf suld Hnlird. the ftillowlllKainontc G mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 1 -'

of No"B' 5" L. T. & COB."old. ______ 7.89 whether said of 120.- other proceeding I wore hail
HII< H. O. Mason ----- the sum
HWo,. of ____-___-_"__28 8 22 ..shah\ IMKUO LondH In of arriulrlnK.biilldliiK. to-wlt:: COFFINS & CASKETS

., SW'; Unknown. _- --- 5.71 1 Blk. 16 U T.& Co.. H. T. Drown _____...____ 15.03 MKI'in for the purpoHo furntolilnw orothervrUe Member, May presented a resolution -
82 7 22 Lots. -------------2$ 6 22 \ ..nlllrlf 't
\
2i: 125NI..L Improvlnic seconded Member May. :
by UoTs 61-30 by
dIstrIct
5 6 Unknown --------- within said ::: 4 4.l
of $ 6 22 HC'hunl KrntimlH resolution was put before th* I Hoardnnd I
lI. freHihoolHln
COH a< -----------2 exrhiHlve. tiMe of the and
of the imunljcrN Supplies
w14 12.33 for nil Undertakers
..fVI4: of 5.71 LotH 10 I 11 28 8 22 t,. II. Eastma ---------- I said 1 district. and this resuni I .vIllKyo tc.ltjilI '
/ _
Nay,
Vnkno\ffi -- ____ none I :: .l '
add. petition .
CO" said : : (
: 15ly125Nt:44_ __ ____ 82 7 22 f Lnddl "I"*._ 1$ L'D"'Z:- : 6 22 :..... Unknown ___________ 2.54 and havIng, (the Iulv facts considered stated therein and! hav-Is I resolution us fnll.wVIIOUI'AH being,: In l wont nndllgnreH AUTOMOBILE I1BARSB i :

,I I, of l --- -I/ determined that snld petition meeting of this
T. : nl a
28 L. 8.78 \ ,
Inn
HWI, ofoINi',10f tot CON.S 9 10 add.I 11 ___ _____28 6 22 II. a. :Ma on ------_--- I slwned liv more than 25 per cent freeholders of- the 20lh day of .Jlne. Al..,. esend.. Tie Wet se.t.. .
who are 1"r,1
& Hpe.1.1
t 5.71ii 7 1 Blk. 21 L. T. & <-os.Mlr Boree. _____.__- 13.15 the 'ouallfted( electors Tax there was presented t petition .I lh_ I... pr 1't '
____32 7 22 Unknown .." ---r-: Lots |. -- .- -:_-: 28 6 22 Dan .. : resldlnK. .)..In. said nnd Special tneschool signed" lIlirn than 25 per t< erit of testln. te t l ..perdcm
f : free KMUAUBBDEVVITT )
125 ,- L. T.. & Cos.add. :D District i\o. IM.JV the electors who are HKUIHTKKKU
h" 3 U. f'
? .10 lot "
: ex. T. & Co. --- I.r"y"d :
L ------
----
its ,
bonds territory
Nb':4': of I __,-_ .--28 6 3LOIS \ iHBtian.'H of and that said hnh.rl. ,, within 'h '
SW\\ of d 14 Blk. 31 t. & C.0.11 therein Is ni'i-essary. known di-slgntitod: nx Spcelnl C. JONES .
I 3 12 IS Livingston Truby 0: with the I"w.It ,. ::
: NWI;. of a.71 Cos. arid. .__ ---- 28 6 zzFrac. petItion fully\ cnniplleH\ Ta* School I District I No. 0 of it I :
_. _____32 7 22 Unknown F -- T. & Cos. therefore Florida, iirnylngthis t .-
Blk. 32 L. T. & Livingston Truby & Co... 1.61 1M. Hoard of Pub llradford County: : STARKE. FLA. -
H. hY125NIof nil,] ____ -2S 8 22 HtJ-IOf.Vt\I: :\ : fly this meeting or : Hoard to call an cllloii lo di-

T. & C os >-._____ 7.8 lie Instruction In Special .. whether xald School District
BlkT II L. nosa Cox _____ -- i of June 192H. thai .rmln. ; -
22
fl S'\V'" of W Ruh._ 1-dy. __.___--_** thIs 1 the 26th day for the best I ner.Hts shall Issue bonds In tin slant of $20- t-

tNiof __- 6.71 less lot L. T. & Cos. Kelly ----- 7.0C It Is expedient and 'l'"x HehorI 1 1l ''JII.OI for the purpose if ucaulrlni r '1rICalcc
13 S. K. --- .
-- 14p.s'lal
__ _____82 7 13 Unknown HII< 1)1' ___--28 8 22. of suld l } C.iunty'lorlda
25 by 125k tub. T. & C()... ___ 8.781( >l rIcO No. 2 of llradford : -
1 2 111k. 1. Mamie Dell ______..__ : Hoard on behall
Lots 32 this
N1of8V14: ___-_ -21 that O1n.1 s..11'

N\VI, ot.r at --- 111 Let: Sub.Mnh 3 ink.'J.'UT.DIV.T>,V. _- .__&--Co.-__-.*" *,.* Walter. Cumining. .._---- 2.54 of bonds said In district the. amount do issue stated of 120.000.0'or In salpetItion
' ___ ____32 7 22 Unknown 4 131k. 3TL, T.. & Cos. Ida Hlmmons _-_________ 3.43: the purposes referred as to. 8
25 bY 125 Lot Sub. I)i'. ___ ___ __._. *5 O 2Z above tilt JlJoR'JIVY.D. YES
'k SE'4 of 41 U T. -" 4.32! tEl IT I-'eJlTIII ..
dmmilnatlon
Blk. ISmith's
Hnell the
2 3 1'1..11. ------ be In In
SW" at Lots Cos. Sub. Dlv. .__._____28 8 22 -- That said bonds of fl.oiio.oo.shall that bond- STORAGE BATTERY[

'.f N\y'l4 of' __;- 1.11 3 Blk. 42 L. T. & Cos.uh Julius Butler ----------- 2.5WLt < of August 1st. 192D
23
__ ____32 .7 13 Unknown Lot Illv "__-... ._ ._ -28 9 shall bear date at the rate ol
25 by 125 11lk. 43 L. T. & Coos.Hub. Hoover Bros. ---------- a.21: with Interest thereon payable' *>i
,
'k Nb':4': of -- Dlv. _.__._ :- .. .-_:28 22 per cent per annum: nnd th Isulay !:

,..t SWl4of N _' .:.(: __ 5.11 N"Ilk.\ 5U----Cua.____21 4 22 II. U. I'lgfordBlk. ---------- 11.88! I he! Ut of February day of Aurtust of: each year and pay ammi'h keIm' ;: fl :
Dlv. become due t
33 7 22 Unknown Lot 1 & lot 2 eX. W 50 Sub.ft.lilk. hoods.. followS to : Garage &:
25 by 125 T. & Coso McCall 8.tl 11101"' AUKuethI. .
47 1. ___28 6 22 Fannie ---------- Thousand Dollars on
'k nEI. ofI DlV. ___-__ 011 One Thousand Dollar*
I Svi,4 of 48 I"T.. & __ 2.a4 1 1MI and
-7J NS'; lot 2 __ 2$ 6 22 Lucy English -- --- on August 1st In eat'h of the year
'
of
)fV'f.; -
-- prlnclpa
------ Con.8ub.Ulv.-- The
4- __ ____32 .7 22 Unknown. 'II- Lot 6 8 VII C N.; J.- Jon---I'. 23 H. Kerr --------------- 27.5! ltal L Interest to I960 Inclusive.of said. bonds shall b.. =:-
oti 25 by 125 anti IIanov.National :-
otflre of the : -
sld--------------- the :
411 ULot payable! at
k NIof
: York,
12 3 Unknown -------- of New
--
22 City
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1.01" ____ _28 6 = 2:24: Bank,
II M\V\o.\ of ... add. ____ Mason _
i T.mpl. 6 M II. u. < ------- of New York.
5'. ad.I.n
)fWo; ,. f22 Unknown .. ------ Ii I-tilt. 23 TempleS 6 22 J. L. Peek -------------- 2.2 Ittate: HTUtn REMOLVED That
_______ 7 22 1 101k. 23 Temples adl.fcot .- IT 1:4: and the same Is hereby -
be
:. 25 by 1255 14 B1K. 27 J-mPl-25 3 23 H. T. Brown -------__ 2.5 an election called to be held at Hamptoiho R. DAVIS & CO.
I _
Park ?r1 ,. of said District othe
a of i-4"6"8"-: 35 POlek'. _____ 7.U .. SWI, sister I
to ]
Lots 6 2j F. ITurn.r of Aui., 1928. I
.7 _2 Til. day ;
____ .
of NW\4\ of Unknowfl .------ y.n1) ad.J _u. 6 2_ Manila M-rrwJck --___- 2.2 whether said bonds shall b.
11.11"21
mine
22 :
4 .82 7 Lot 9 'Blk. S S ppek' herein described and thai
". 01. 2Itjui All Blk.) 29 .X. lot 14 Peek'j 22 C. L. A J. L. Peek ----- 21.1 Issued as the ciuestlon to b
_________ _t such election INSURANCE
__
Park. Nb'4 ot 4d. _____ shall b* "For Bonds oHE80LVED -
t.
\ ) 31 4Wof AU 031k. ao (13 IoU) P..lcssd1. 28 6 22 C. I_ A J. L. Peek --- 18.6 "submitted flnnds.IT 1 ''r -
_
___ .Agalnst
'& WiioM' Wo f 5.7n _____ Th.there t
.. Unknown ------- -- FURTHER
.. __._______32 7 12 AU lily. U (4 IoU) Peek'. 12 C. t_ & J. L. Peek ----- 2.5' 114 appointed and desIgnate. . S b
,/ .01" 15 b1. 125 add. ________________21 a. manacers. : J. k;. Ad 1886 fl

1 Park NF.4 at All BIlL az (13 IoU) p.ek'eadd. __U 4 23 C L. A J. L P.ek .- 11.1 the following J. V. Jones. J. F. Johnson, 01 AGENCY ESTABLISHED
kins. .
.
\. at 8W", of __?_.., >_ -- i. and A. A. Durden aC1lTkI8 '
: .. W"", 5.' 3" IoU) Peek'. L. Peek __ *8.4' said election
of : 14
: NW\4\ ofIt ------ < U C. L. J. said el..ctlon. -
Unknown -
I of
12 7 21 A1ldI3lk_ _____________13 1 I. t FURTHER RESOLVED ANt: 1 1
-23 Plot.- s--bT 121 I I 4 7 8 10 11 That the toregolnor r..o. STARKE FLA. ,

'pt- NE\4\ ofI Lol. .. Peek'. 6 22 C. L. J. L. P.ek .............. .2.4 ORDERED lutiona b. published In th. Brad :

\ U RWJ"", ot L44.---i Telegraph a paper putillshed -
. .rw' .", of NW of Unknown .----- G.71 LoI" 1 I 6 1, 10 __21 22: C. L. A J. tPeek ---- LI. ford County In fttarke. Bradford Count:] .- ,
: / =
__ .8". .1 22 aclcl. _____-- being no newipapt
---------- Peek' there
"'Pton-24 lot. IS by 11'5ark Lot 7 8 11 In W halt add.lot__10.21 S II C L. J. L. Pe.k Z.1 Florida

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PAGE EIGHT __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELECnAPH 8TAUKE. FLORII/1-
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Bradford County Telegraph

Statement
Established 1877 IN tIIE Semi-Annual of theBANK

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Published- 'ecklYon- Fridays and Entered as Second Class .KITCHENj/

R i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Ij OF STARKEI

;.; 4' E. S. Matthews __ __ ___ _____________Owner and PublisherJ. I

'' C. Robinson ._ ___ ________________ Managing Editor
FLORIDA
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SUBSCRIPTION Cturttty of tin Dominic Seitne Depart.m.nt ,. A Roll of Honor Bank.
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c;) -Payable in Advance Ptrftctiom Stove CompanyNANCY'S
Advertising Rates on Application. own kitchen had We take pride in calling attention to the following statement of the condition

undergoing improve I of the Bank of Starke at the close of business on June 30th, 1928, ,as shown by

1'' The Glorious Fourth has went. ments, along with the others. our sworn statement to the State Comptroller:
have been
And, as might expected -
o its color scheme was a RESOURCES LIABILITIES
Turning around in the center of the block is not always the little out of "the ordinary. For i I

quickest. Nancy, as you may remember, CASH RESERVE __$165,331.75 CapitalStock ---___$ 15,000.00
was an artist, and not at all
o afraid to experiment with color. United States and Municipal SURPLUS _____ 30,000.00
will have the next session of
Hastings and St. Augustine
i Her house was Colonial in I Bonds 75,950.00 Undivided Profits __ 2,428.51
; ----
6't' PaItAGraphers.I style, and the woodwork throughout
,f I I o was white, with mahogany Loans & Discounts __ 178,707.26 Deposits _______ 388,900.72

c :;! Summer time is scratching time.-Palmetto News. For (rim. In her kitchen, the door and Banking House, Furni Other Liabilities ____ 490.73

: what and where? window color frames, with were all the of mahogany built-in- I ture and Fixtures __ 7,500.00 _

0i furniture, white. Walls, lavender- I Other Real Estate ___ 8,570.77

i What has become of the rolled stockings?-TimesUnion. gray, very light. Curtains, sea Tax Certificates and
i blue, bordered with French blue '
4j4 i ,j 'They're rolling on. and lavender. Floor, light gray I Receipts -: 496.50
-0
i linoleum. Oval rugs of French Overdrafts __ _____ 263.68
"
who if her face
the street yesterday washer
Saw a girl on blue, with bands of ieabl e and .
f l" r,, fortune was born bankrupt. lavender. Breakfast table, sea 'Ift: ,
', o blue trimmed with French blue. Total$436,819.96 Total $436,819.96There
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Editor Merchant of the Madison Enterprise-Recorder is sea Chairs blue.,French Oil blue range,trimmed pots with and is just one true standard by which to judge a bank. Is its management

,, 1 ,, ; a candidate for speaker. of the hovse. pans, snowwhite."I careful and conservative? That is the real test of strength. Other consid-
{) pot stage fright at the
It i: Phil Armstrong pulls a new one when he says any man thought of cooking for you ex- erations count for naught if a bank is not carefully. and conservatively man-

I ( who lays a cornerstone has something to cackle about. perts," she told the assembled aged.
Kitchen Club. "But I have some
-o- good sandwich recipes I'm goingto In connection with the call
foregoing statement
we especial attention to the
Bartow jury on an alienation suit decided a man's wife give "
you.
w d' is worth only $100 to him. The jury must have been made up "I always break the first rule following features:
'?t of sandwich making-to use day-
of men. .
' old bread. It does make much OUR LARGE CASH RESERVE.
? o
neater sandwiches, but they are
l What has become of the movement to establish a Be Kindto not nearly so good as those made OUR LARGE BOND ACCCOUNT

Husbands Week?-Times-Union. The originator failed to with fresh bread. I have a very OUR LARGE SURPLUS FUND.
land a husband. sharp knife, and use it with the "

-o- lightest pressure possible." All of these make for safety, and that is our cardinal policy-Safety First.

Ocala's chamber of commerce secretary wants to know All other considerations are secondary with us. <" ,
what brand of lipstick tastes like a combination of bay-rum, air w. "

r cigarettes and homebrew. SANG'WICMIS BANK OF STARKE jg'.u
o :
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'
,v, High Springs Telegram says it is glad water has been piped LEAVES Starke Florida.
NANCY'SKITCHEN ,
i to the local cemetery but neglected to state to what address CLUBNOTEBOOK
a rr bills for the service will be sent. A Roll of Honor Bank.

o Club These: are the. recipes I gave the E. S. Matthews, President. R. J. Davis, Cashier

I 4 ., There is a village in Bradford county by the name of Toasted Nut SandwichesToast
t ,;\',''imuuIumtstsuue; ''' 'mm.rnnanor''' '; ''I II i _ _._ __ ,
H Rising. No bakery is located there.-Times-Union. All the over a slow fire pecans, ___ _____ _

', t, settlers are early risers, though. in English buyer walnuts and salt or, constantly blanched almonds stirring:
o Slice fresh bread and spread thinly -.i

T-U heard so much during the primary about the state road with with the olive puts oil using mayonnaise.the toasted Sprinkle butter

system being in politics that they used "Florida Politics." as part of the spread. Are best i if

r t -'1'I' ,?.{''b y head over good roads items Monday.o served Cheese fresh immediately.and American Nut cheese SandwichesRun througha e A [ Tlrestone Butt I Ir

That Bradenton woman who was struck twice by lightning yw y

"+ within two weeks time and still lives, does not believe in food chopper until it is puffy. Mix r cRf 1 M.
i ;E the saying that lightning never strikes twice in the same with enough evaporated milk-to makea
rc paste. Do not use fresh milk. For
{
place. this recipe the evaporated ifar
o better. Season with salt and red
Mix with nuts and spread
The editor of the Starke Telegraph has an oscillatory pepper.fresh bread without mayonnaise.on Till&:
streak. He is writing a lot about kissing.-Palm Beach Inde- While this sandwich is better if eatenat
once, it can stand, for hours, if
a pendent. Oscillatory or osculatory? Both denote fickleness or necessary, and( still be good.,!
a''' ( lack of judgment. Cheese and Pimiento \\
.
o SandwichesRun """

The Starke Telegraph doesn't understand how the American cheese through food
' i chopper until it is puffy. Mix with
{ PallAGraphera manage to hold their annual meetings quarterly chopped canned pimiento and enough: COSTlfOU; LESS
l I .. That's easy to explain. They condense the years just olive oil mayonnaise to spread nicely
This filling will keep for days, but IS
like they do the paragraphs.-Gainesville Daily Sun. Some of better eaten at once.

Y the PaRAGraphers condensed their ages until they were boys "Pick Up Supper"SandwichesToast than ami other.flOlldarJ tire
i t'' 1 again in Dcala Monday. bread on one side. On soft ,
side spread mayonnaise. Lay on thisa
o lettuce leaf, two slices of tomato and

Anyway, Hathaway will be state road chairman until November two pepper.of crisp Serve, at hot once.bacon. Salt and 1 ti

'r 'i rh 29, 1929. if he so desires.-Starke Telegraph. He will Chicken Salad Sandwiches I

r, d probably be careful to pick only low bidders though.-Mar- Chopped chicken, sweet pickle,

ianna Times-Courier. Believe the records will show all bids salt chopped celery hard-boiled salt. A eggs.jittle chopped Pepper,

M were awarded by a majority vote of the board, and very likely celery. Moisten with mayonnaise and
+ this practice will continue. spread on bread. OL": LD \
.. Cheese Dreams
0 These are hard to digest, but oh, so (
f'' Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent says those who good on cold nights Crumble fresh 30X3% CORD (\
American cheese fresh bread. Salt.
d did not steal a melon in their ;young days missed one of the Cover with another on slice. Toast in

great joys of life. There is one Georgia farmer still lookingfor frying pan with butter. When brownon I:
the bunch of hoodlums who swiped a wagon load of his one side turn and toast on the othor. 9 .., COER 1
Serve at .once. $ ,
t. melons one dark night. Didn't miss any of the fun until a 3ox3%cORD l
.r a load of bii'dsihot missed NOTICE:
us.
4 ,
t
r $1l9S '
'
o- In Circuit Court. Twenty-Sixth Ju- 30X3 CORD
dlclHl Circuit, Bradford County, stateof %
J
t. Bradenton collects a license tax of $230; from outside Florida. In Chancery.

laundry\ concerns soliciting business in that city, and a tax MaltUH.Vd.I .Complainant. Davt. i ... 5

of $100 on trucks bringing bread, cigars and other tobaccos. .. W. Davis
Defendant 5aaal.o
Bread trucks put the local bakery out of business and if home It nppnnrlijK l by affidavit appendedto '
the bill filed ,In the nhvestatedcause
industries are wanted in Starke authorities assist the lo
can that I* W. Davis. the defendant .
laundry and dry cleaning establishment by taxing the out. the therein state named of Florida IN a nonrenldentof and he la a I WE have astounding values In Oldfleld Tires, which have build these fall over-size tires, with tough nonskid treads md
l of-town concerns. Town resident of of ufnrd 31 .Hill State Street: of leorffla.In the I ,.. For taken over over four by Firestone from the Old Held Tire Com sidewall ribs that protect against rut and curb wear, to sell i r for
and It over the ape of twentyoney pan years these tires were sold by Oldfleld so little.
14i i, o ; It la therefore ordered that distributors,,and dealers at higher prices than for any other
Some papers with accent on the "some" see a'menace in la said hereby non-r..ldent required. defendant to appear be to and the high grade standard tire. We are now selling all sixes of these Owners of small ears will find the Firestone-built Air' T.
bill of complaint filed la said quality tires for less than Tires the local;It,-
causeon ether
.the'taking of part of the tax for any standard tire. greatest bargain offerings ever made in this
gas retiring county bonds. or before Monday, the 'th bur
August, A. L., 1SIIS. otherwise I Ytgalle..tf"ne They are real bargains at our prices-yet they are safe
The kick comes from those counties that bill At still lower prices we have Courier Tires and Tabes which
never had any big of aald will be taken gains became they are Firestone products and are serviced blare
'" built in the
a* confessed said great economical
by defendant. Firestone
br a amount of bonds for good roads.-Eustls Lake Region. For It I... further ordered that this order tributed direct to us. It.. Factories saddleoar experienced tire men who know how to make tires oeu'n
7' those be published once a week for amazing to us how Firestone can the miles built Into them at the
even counties with huge bond issues to derive the most four ronaecutlve week In the Brad. factory.

'. good from the money spent, the gas tax should not be diverted ford puMlDhed County In Telegraph said county a newspaper and state Qet our liberal trade-In
until the This July 5th 192S.O. allowance.lDrtve in:today and *
l state highway system is complete. W. ALDHR&f. save money
(SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court.
o By C. A. KNIGHT Other Sizes
s The old maid wears a watch to husband her time. The E. M. JOHNS Deputy Clerk. at UnuujyLowpces,
i
Solicitor for Complainant
f 1 ; married woman wears one to time her husband.-St. Augustine -St-8-3..

Record. What of the flapper.-Bradford County Tele ; J. W. ANDREWS

+ 'q 4a graph. Why, didn't you know about the flapper, :Mr. Robinson BEST FOR. OLD FOLKS Jr.

l ? She wears her watch to time her. "sheik", and if he is on Because the aystem.they Lane'are mild Pills and act easy on ,
w late she takes the. next one that comes along. the liver and keep the bile flowing,
-Dunnellon no off days, no shock to the system. STARKE
Truth. First time we've heard of FLAJ
a flapper waiting for her MITCHELL'S DRUO STORELANE'S ) ,
;; a a4k sheik if there's another one already at hand. ,
4 i Ir PILLS
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