Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 13, 1928
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02341
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Is Quickly Spirited Away I IIl1hII from LiiCmHNp to llrook.. Clayton King: negro, alleged to
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assaulted a young
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-Sheriff '.. ''' \ J ..', .. \. .. ,' Karltou: Saturday at noon, died j i
Kdily: .\fItr Teachers ForCounty ., .. ,' ..., '''I' -
By I>n> ,_ 't '" .\, ..( Gjilnt'Hvllle! July 7.-nt'flnlte from wounds received when ha u Jfl

wild Manhunt In Vicinity Schools .' ... announcement that the road from resisted arrest at the hands/ of
Brutal Sheriff Eddy of Wnldo.
Waldo) Following Lacrosse l to Brooker, some' seven Deputy
01 .... shot three times with a .
Commlttt't'tlflllln would ho paved lie was t
Assault miles' in
Criminal l ," ,, the deputy i ,
t ride by
L. Winchester
\\'blte'oman.. Superintendent "'Igjtln.nllllllll' ", ", .., r wfiH made/ yesterday by Henry
Toting ces Teachers and OpeningDutes Bilker' chief\ : engineer tor special and hit posse before he was flnnllyapttired

of Schools. 1!>2!>I- :,Y M 1 1aa ,, road and bridge! district numberono <' \ between! Hampton\ and rl' -' j
8.-It was t I'
July '
Gainesville.. 20 Tenu.Theresaa ". following a conference of the Waldo, I' rtill
late hour this morn- Following his capture the ne- ; '. '
eta Thursday
bond trustees
.trued board of ,
who Is alleged Ala'I' i !
the negro wax brought to Blnrke by
mat Mrs. Floy Sullivan. ,r
attacked a
|bar, ( criminally July 9th. FM I ..1.V. Chumlioilln.. l K. llaynaa- "rhea county officers and lodged, il '
woman of the opens : the Jail. lie was. kept ;lithere
? -hlte L. H. Futch. Thelma I worth and Major \V. It. Thomas',, In county
and Hampton
afternoon half hour however 'r
yesterday r Ius'ntbors of the beard of bondiniHteos lees than an
early last nightposttiv'IY Sullivan, opens Aug. 8th. i decided, that It '
aptured Knliii when It was
so sal but lust where Starke, S. S. Polling supervising i : t ) nceonnp8ni0d by him here t
in Jail, iiiHpectlontour would lie unsafe to leave
principal, Mrs. (5. C. White, i-r Maker, made an Q
ascertained. for the remainder of the night; onaccount
be road in the
bold not !Misses Myr- .1 over the various '
deputy sheriff, J. 11.Jdr assistant principal, : have bean! putltldiieil of the I rapidly\ growing lll"7
A lone win and Myrtice Jackson senior I county Hull they
who lives on a farm this high teachers. Laurie Ray principal 7'y. ., . to pave. With the exception num be ; I ; Y ,
early v
believed that tho La- the \\
'ao was Junior high. !Mrs. B. Per- II of the announcement r,1 I t
outwitted a posse bepaved
have would
to Brooker road
ornmt- when he kins, Miss Maud\ Mitchell Junior rrosxQ to
500 citizens, definite statement bled I
about J: 110 further
f a young, unidentified high teachers. Minnie Gruber 6th., :... '1/,' "' r. "$ made, ,removed t their prisoner to a waitIng pit ,
ptured < Perkins 5th, Oussie Mae .C' was j Ij1 v
connection with Eunice .,:. automobile, no attempt was
sought In :f.'f. I> inntrncted 1'IIRlntJp.rnliller : :
to 4th. -Vj. !\ The board t
"( n. Mcllae
Mrs. ,
atack yegtera Bennett and 1.-: : made to seize him, allot, accompanied 1
alleged criminal -C ... '; make estimates' of theLost : { "
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Griffin ; ,,. "
a about 1 o'clock, Madge Middleton 3rd, Ethel ,,'-.'. ,...", .., \ 1\i.Ii\ \ ; .", It"." "... roads by Sheriff Epperson; the t', a
? afternoon, Mrs. II. C, ,. ,1..J4-: .' ..".... 'I", "" of paving each of .1I'i ? .
of 2nd, Olive Hay, 1t> r'f olllcerH left for Jackson I
: Alachun
poD, a 22-year-old Struth 1st. 1\< : ..f 1 1 which the board had been petitionod -
and :
Santa Fe Lake region, near Hitch # \ ; Mr. Baker stated that ville. Slierlit Epperson: derided togo '

\e School opens Sept. 17th. .' I r ';1 to pave would bo held by WilY of Green rove Springs, Il'I I i

,\aldo from Kelley, Arthur McRae, opens 1ClIlll.(1 meeting effort to lose possible pur 1 I '
gun- In
suffering .. of the month, utwlihh an '
The negro the hitler part
in- An 11:. 6th.Lawtey.. but short distance this ,,
wounds said to have been .. the trustees would goover titers, a
hot T. N. Limbaugh, Jr., ... ,; ._ i, .. .. time lake two cars tilled I R
the side of Klngsley
Icled b> Eddy in effecting Futch Mrs.O. : :! _' : "." '... _i ........ ,t4 the estimates and would then: ,.Ill; '
Mrs. t the
after he had trailed the principal, L..H. ,- 1.- .., rouds nx possible with armed men passed
assign as many
ipture with bloodhounds was be- A. Anderson, Del ma Dlnklns ". to their\ Importance to ( and kept their position n. I i s
: according
egrc' to a distant Jail, Mrs. E. Wells, Grace Wood, Pauline -" short distance ahead of thorn. I?
away I
spirited ho l paved.
Palatka 01 Walker. School opens Aug. at thepresent Thinking other cars were coining 5 6 r
ither at Jacksonville, I "We have Home $800,000) ,

state prison farm at Raiford. 6th time to be spent on roads," up behind, thl'1Ianll they would t d r

he feeling was manifestedv Woodlawn, J. T. Barnes Miss linker mild "Citizens fromPrnrtlcfllly ho surrounded! the ollloers left tile ; '
Intense Mr. '
which sought the nero Forsyth, opens Aug. 6th. nook and corner highway and hid their car oft one 11'
tbe Vanderbilt, Melvin Futch. Nor, f every the roads \lending off to f r
and Eddy who first started tc fir Ve of the county have petitioned ns of I ninny
Bias, Aug. 6th. Klngtdey: lake and kept under rover
with his prison opens their sect Ions. It
City Kiadx In ( '
Gateway to 'b
he decided! New River, Mr. and Mrs. LV puvo alt them until the road was clear. { till
t, later it was will l hll Impossible lo nave i ;
him elsewhere. Ills where Hlggs, opens July 9lh. but the trustees plan totqiend {'\\lOll arrival at liruen" Cove ?
ocarr Pinholster decided. lo Take t'r', b
were Sampson, T. D. open In Springs It wits
morning possible
bouts early this all tho money d I ?
rululka It was thought; rr
July 9th. roads which are most King: to

nknowu Hellbronn, A. JI| Grlffls, Jessie Ft+ 1,r ,, t IilaaJl' Fla r paving the likely an organized attempt would 'p. t !
South of Hampton q needed now. I
Captured 1 Williams, Heba Maxwell, open! toIl ho made to slop the olllcers should 't
that Eddy cap- "'rltt! road from allij k
It was reported 9th.Hlslng. they continue on their way\ to ; ;q
about 8 o'clock July \!'noker pusses the potato\ crops' I t
,area the negro Mrs. Blanche Edward as Jacksonville He was placed In
night near the Seaboard >. ie r w I d"Mk and It will be of treat( value to theIUI'J1I'rl'l about ra !
ast Llllie McRae, opens July 9th. ( their products the I.'UIIlIlIll' county Jail at
miles south olampton I \ In KettliiK
three t
rarki- some Louisa .
Boatdratn, Ethel Moore midnight; SHunlay.iviritr.D 1)
lIe had been hiding Gth. : ( r ,rj ,rrwn to market," he elated.. .

'' underbrush; but was trail- Carraway, opens Aug. s ,. "The work on the I 1.III'r\lKtle to '
'aaome Wasdln, :
A +
Mrs. J. C
Brooker, Blurtedfor
d by bloodhounds, who tore part 6th. lit'ooker. road will not ho Ctitiil'I'BTIthF1: 'P
Stella Mae Ward, opens Aug. \ Mr. linkersaid.
90! ) days!
r his clothing off and bit him,, ut leant t 11

bile he was attempting! to escape \nilt-r Leon IIlIh'hl'l''OI1 "\V) \plan to mnku estimates "Farmer" llrowu had hi* car N1 ,

Eddy brought his prisoner to the I U far aril of the road, and! will badly wrt'l'kedlnll/ he and. his wlfa- E
the big
arke jail. but after keeping him Ander Leon Ilutcherson 21, then seek contructH from hnth'roeeived"injuries Thursday) +

here for some thirty minutes, es- died July 1st, after "a short Illness I paving( romptnilt.'H" for the mvlng night when the cur crushed into n'' It y

aped with him headed toward during which he was cared for atIlls ... IntnE+.> of all tho roads the large oak tree In front of AltlXlllldt'r'lI f ,i
,, mnettn
known as i '/u1'Ilr' i > -- Waldo.| lit, p
icksonvllle It Is not home near Starke. 'l'un'l{ tI\1o:1t1TIt\:04) : : : Mllltiir station at f

I whether the negro!; made a con- the TcU'Rruph to show what wonderful strideshave I loth received cuts mad l 1'uIKml, n' 1

It stated by Leon's dying, The flr-t ,1'II i ',CM-I, nl p'liun-! I list will he inn In the' hiingo In ono and head and -
aloii "ot not. Whisper softly, .. The MIM-BOH ubo\u repn-HCiu A Chevrolet truck belonging Id about Ihe arms 1 1 + ,
few M .ni! 1
tin lam
rials at Starke that a crowd of And we'll see;! him never more. been mud. in Si.irko during: wondcn building standing wluirc ,Hie. Hrudford! County John IlrownliiK of Lawtey. ovur- Waldo physician worded for 1''i I t I 1 r

tint were assembled the silent river block of business build.HUM on VillIIU'eot.: a occupiod by Mitchell'sDrug Undeihlll two hour" attending\ the
1 me persons But beyond corrugated Iron Miucliires, ; on I the corner now turned near the J. L, nearly \)

I mini of the Jail when Eddy I We will meet him there, you know. Bunk Is now located and two west of Slnrko Monday afternoon two, 4 f)l kl
of brick.
business houses place
1 r ,tit with the negro but that Store and other .. and was badly wrecked. Tim I Brown was driving toward t '

I iffered no resistance. With a multitude of roses, I was being driven by a Hlurkq at the time of the t ucrlitent, 1,

Hnldd/ >c'ltlzen were of the opinc'hut There we laid him down to rest BOARD HEARS Baldwin ManDies machine man and apparently he lostcontrol I and It Is said he was blinded bv'
1 young
The negro who committed tn the Conner cemetery, County Millage while running at high the lights of an approaching car 1; ,

Ii assault was a stranger In that Near the home that he loved best. Raised FRAUD CASE of WoundsJacksonville speed, the truck turning over and, did not see HIM tree until too b tI t

;ction although In some quar'n Will Be and throwing the three occupants late to avoid the crash. Waldo 1 l'

u was said that the deecrlp- 'temember that the angels guard -- twice out. Drowning Buffered authorities. have placed a red light II; i ,, r..br va; .

lob t titled a young negro of the Our dear son till Jesus comes, will be given a The school boards of Bradford July
tai settlement, The assailant Then he'll wake, to his surprise, County taxes from present IndV f and Union counties met at the Taylor 25-year-old barber at Htttches severe being necessary to close ancalp 1 i 13r A ,

'a8 described as a short stocky And meet his Savior in the skies. boost next year of four mills for superintendent's office Saturday tt Baldwin, died at 2: 40 o'clock this wound. MIDM; : 111:1.1-: i.' i
levy i .
nail with bushy hair, and with & cations, a tax fund looming consider the case of J. A. Wasdln morning at St. Luke's hospital of There' I* a widow, Mrs. Kyto- 1 '

teeth. w :.\TzlER JE1'()ltT the flue and forfeiture with tryingto be five small ;'hlldren11" t
feral gold ; the county common" ot"' Oraham, charged gunshot wounds and officers were her bunet struck Taylor, who has r

Sheriffs head l'OHHt" up before absolutely neces secure a teacher's license for holding Lillian Bryant, 26yearold wheeled and shot again this bullet 1 ing In a house at the rear of the ah ter
The posse headed by Sheriff From July 27 to July 11th, Inclusive sioners as mills will be needed to his brother, Leroy Wasdln from negro woman of Baldwin for lodging above the door, accordIng Johns. Wholesale Co., store, and Ill

Mnkoson, ex-Sheriff P. Q. Ram Southern Forestry Experiment sary. Two fund on Its feet and two the Union county board recently, the slaying, which, according to to her statement. south of the railway station She 1i alt

's), Sheriff Thomas of Marioi Station, Starko Branch. put the mills will be assessed It is alleged that J, A. 'Valldlnwent officers, she admits.. County l Detective King today needs help, and can do washing I

aunty and several deputies, start Date Max. Mln. Precip additional of future needs. This, to Lake Butler to take the Arrest of the woman and her found the bullet mark above the to help herself' Will you take her

and 27 88 67 to take care examination and signed WOIl1U 11'11 washing to do or get neighbors 1 sal I
d searching the woods June state raise of one and a teachers confession clears up somewhat of: door, bearing out the some
al( 28 91 68 with the to the papers,, to take their washing to her?
June name
ramps near Waldo yesterday mills will make a total of five his a mystery surrounding Tuylor'i story, he Bald.To PM

ernoon about 4 o'clock, some :3 June 29 93 71 half mills. and when the examiners were told death, officers said In view of hh ( Ifolil liupK'Mt Will you farmers kindly take her t .,

"ours after the assault took place June 30 94 73 and one-hall drawn out terms of: of the substitution of names by purported death bed statement An Inquest will be conducted be- Homo vegetables each week. Go to sr

cordon was.spread for a radiuS July 1 93 75 The long have played havoc parties acquainted with the Was- that he had been shot by a negro fore Jimtlce of the 1'eaco J. A. sue her, and do what you can to y
court !
I waSieved July 2 81 72 0.31July circuit brothers, a bribe was offered her help. She needs clothes for x. )
flve miles, where the negro fine and forfeiture fund din 'bandit while resisting u hold-up. !Heard of Baldwin ,
to be hiding and blood 3 91 75 0.01July with county and the millage be ''f yhe papers were allowed to go Taylor had said, according tcolllcers Taylor about one year ago idiot self and children. t '
0.6C of the ;
69 Contributed
ound from Ocala and from the 4 91 this years is the first in. that as he walked home I and killed negro/: when he discovered ) -
tall Raiford wer July 6 94 69 0.22July ing Evidence presented to the meetIng Tuesday, a'' attempting to .
prison farm at County Judge Gardiner BUC- shortly after midnight t two negroes 4 'i,1i p
92 69 since considered sufficient .!win, according IIISIMJ: ,
6 HIlt.
sought to the scene of the action It. A. Green. Judge GardIner here was negro highwayman commanded rob the poHtolIlce at

The alleged assault occurred t In, July 7 92 71 reeded been proud of his recordIn by the board to cancel J. A, Wasdin's "hands up." As he reached for hh ; to officers. Ho was unmarried -

field near a farm house several JulY 8 90 H 0.01July has of making his office pal contract as principal of the own pistol, the negro shot him residing with a sister and Rising, July 13Mr. and Mrs. '
88 72 1.07July the past for next fall and he I W. I). McRae and daughter of
les from Waldo in the Lake 9 and building up a balance Brooker school Taylor bus told County Ietectlv her husband at llaldwln. 1 '
white. 10 91 71 1.49July all expenses notified of the action.Ir.\ are his parents Palmetto who have been visiting y
anti Fa section. The young sufficient to take care of clr was Fred King. Surviving Taylor 5 '

Irl. alone on the farm, was ap 11 70 expenses, his viewpoint Wasdln denied each charge The woman's statement It Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Taylor. I relatives In this section returned '

poached by who said be cult court citizens who brought against him. the Lake Butler; five ulsters. Mm.\ (I. home Sunday. 'I'Mr.
a negro In Ifar- being that the class of that when she refused to open Waits Mountverde\ ,
strawberry acreage Ward \ Pat
Noted to buy a watermelon. She the onet o'clock W. Thomas, Mrs. Clinton
are about 3
what It make courts necessary door of her home week at the ', ,
double last
the dee county will be IX MKMOIUAN; and Miss Hur- spent part. of
Nnt Taylor
into the field tp; bear the expense and morning that Taylor Miss Nellie
elim attacked by: was last season, according to estimates who should ,, yesterday all of Lake Butler, home of W. F. Harnage. .
and was there Imposed accordingly shot at her and that she returnedthe rifle Taylor, l ,
growers sentences are Mrs. T. N. Norman and
buyers llald and
he negro. She was bruttaly beaten made by In loving memory of T. and Mrs. Leslie llaullson of
S' ,
"nut the body and bitten and I and business men here. Seed beds llewke who entered the higher fire. win Two brother also survive. children spent the week-end at t '
in and plants Mllluffp Given karat pistol was found In the Mrs. T. K. Stokes k' 4Aire.
put State Taylor's Augustine Waldo with
being St. ,
'as dragged across the field, un- ire now life July 11th, 1927. They are II. I>. Taylor, t -s
for early set- Tallahassee, July 10.-The state of the woman's home and Lake Laura Jackson of Jacksonville -
lithe became scared ire In big demand Sadly missed by wife and yard and John E. Taylor, \ 1
negro finally ,
More than a million quarts mlllage of Florida for 1928 will other details bore out the woman'lIstatements who have been visiting her +
"nd> to a Ing. '
The ran friends. Ilutler.
escaped. girl ,
,earby house, where she received Df berries are expected to be shipped be nine mills, an increase of one according to olllcers. The body was prepared for burial parent Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nor- 1

county this year last and half mills over that of last Brought to Jail Conant returned home Sunday.Mr. .
from the a curtain betweenus Marcus man
'ledlcal attention. Phone calls toalnenl1e "There Is only a here uy the 1 '{ "
totaled more John W. Martin J, II. "Bruiser" Williams !- Gainesville, made
; \ Raiford and Ocala eaaon's crop having rear, Governor Constable and forwarded this afternoon \ ROler..of e
million quarts. announced today. The governor himself the central figureIn for burial. business trip to this section last ?
'bought offlcers within several ban half a Between the beyond and here. to Lake Butler i
e has certified as follows: call dead have ] a recent ambush, arrested Friday ht 5'
ours occurred whom we
after the assault Those -
Reports from Waldo early thliorning Mayo-Main street here recenty General revenue, four mills; not left us. Bryant woman yesterday morning Woman Frwtl In ('*se Mr. LeRoy Norman made abusiness

improved. pension, two mills; common and brought her and three other 10.-Evidence trip to Waldo one day t
near; July
were ,
were ,o the effect that a Nay, they Jacksonville
witnesses ;
state prison material ,
one mill; held as deathof
ichools. negroes Into the last week.
\ a but only promoted. the Inquest
Dla1posse making dead. at
arch 'was still o'clock Saturday afternoon.In fund five-eights of a mill; State Not have entered the order to the county Jail here later In T. Taylor. 26 barber.. slalrat The family reunion at the home .'". i t
for and his prisoner They Roy
Eddy statement to Deputy Sheriff Hoard of Health, one-half mill; the day. Held with the Bryant the morning of II. M. McRae last Wednesday,
nd marked a early on
It above, Baldwin ,
feared that ,,1
was mill negro I
lolence might result should they Benton of Putnam county shortly tick eradication. one-halt ; And there 'neath the smiles of the woman are LIntha Mae Bryer of July 4, was sufficient to free was a very enjoyable) occasion. )1 Y
the negro said: school books, one-eighth of a woman, and Johnny and Steve members of the family ;
he died, free woman Seventy
found before Master Lillian Bryant, 26, negro ( ; I't' (!
'If I had not done that I wouldn'tbe mill and public free schools, one They will finish their labor of Roberts, negro men who live with who admitted she shot and killed assembled around the dinner tab- 'I

In this fix today." quarter mill.During them according to officers. he attempted to force le.
TMei, in paiatk: Jail of the Martin's first love. woman told officers Taylor !Mrs. Durpree 1.. y4tl
The young girl victim Governor The Bryant to her home. The Inquest Mrs. Leonard and

.0alnell1'l1Ie"'Ing 20-year-old July Jacksonville 9.-Cllftot nort assault, was unable to go to Pa- year of his administration, he reduced Coincident with the Information that she was awakened .by Taylor I entrance was held before Justice of the of Jacksonville, were business visitors li 6j

the negro, but the state millage from 10 on the front door of her after this section Monday.
near latka to Identify of a growers clearing house for pounding Peace M. B. Craig yesterday ( to a
captured in the
swamps She
section posItively to 10 1-% mills. Two demanding entrance. Mcltae and uncle
citizens of that 3-4 mills industry there springs house, Mr. Arthur
other the citrus ( r,
I ty wtton Saturday night by Dep- identified him as the fiend years ago he reduced it to 7 1-%, In Tampa a completely financed eald she told him that a person he noon. before his death at the Mr. W. D. McRae, motored outer j.r v
Sheriff of Waldo,, up
J.I\ the
Eddy in
that not t
It at was
deed. left for he Saturday
nd who committeed the and last year project providing for a three million was asking county hospital here, contended to Gainesville
Spirited away to the Putnam his home was and that he attempted to : high Neal and Palmer Thomas -
claimed that for pre-coollng house, wounded by a Mr. Roy
King dollar plant hot and
selected by
Monty Jail died was was
In Palatka yester- City
Panama the door open here
stated that to> get while were vUltug
He work a ruse of Gainesville,
for the export resisted
Jacksonville. fruits and vegetables whom be
ay morning about 10:30: o'clockom In association of county wayman '
had no relatives and was tray.eling the trade and a by-producti walking to his bome'on the Saturday afternoon.BoyntonNew .
gunshot wouuda Inflicted at he search of : commissioners. In semi-annual ed.The said she asked Tay while .

he' time of his arrest, after praq-: over the state In session In Ocala, as the scene of plants in connection tq preserve woman and that after he I night of the shooting t Inretstlgif; Boynton casinor 'I +
lor to go statement '
IrallT of a Job. The gathering for market what would otherwise tlon disproved the man's
Confessing 'to 'charge this morning their next meeting. through the door she opened formally opened. ,
dmiaailyassaulting a young He wlU be.burled county of- adjourned after a two-day discussion ,be wasted, says tbe Leesburg It and shot through a crack. As I -'* .
'hlt Palatka by'putnam Commercial.
girl of the Lake Santa Fe Iii ot state problems.

>Ctlon, near Waldo about 1 ficials.


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Farmers & Farming Ii IiI I More Cover CropsGainesville Good News onTIRES BRIDGE How to Play

Fla Increased
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(Hy Agricultural fu; ]| ) planting of cover crops In citrus !

: -. (troves are being reported by many Jerie.s T9iZ 8--b
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p: .: Farmers a-nd Truckers Are Invited to Contribute t Articles that growers are steadily We can give you a real high-grade tire- Ferguson

adopting better methods. The most S ,I :::;, \\., Author of "PRACTICAL AUCTION ,
: of Farm Experiences and Methods Found I made by Goodyear-at a price that you 1\;'""-'Eo
popular cover crop Is Crotalarla, -
: To Be Best Suited to Our Country I' I judging/ from the agents'/ reports. can't beat anywhere for such a good-look Copyright 1927./ by Hoylc Jr

I Highlands county has seen an ing, long-wearing tire. Come in and see I
-- -- n -- In 1926to ARTICLE No.
:_ __ __ 5"_"!!J Increase from 203 acres these Goodyear Pathfinders, get the low HlIat

: 8.863 acres for this year made and at price on your size and you'll get a bargain S "\\ is the squeeze play?" is one of force discards. If '
still being '
plantings were the that bother 10rt
DAIRYPROGRAMFOR seems to most is
questions ponents obliged ,
the time of the tabulation bv: that's a real one. We're putting our reg- auction players so a little discussion of I cards, such a play is.r t tI to. j -m

: County Agent L. II. Alsmeyer. Mr. ular high-giade service behind this great this play should be interesting and in- I I that IS, the winning r.,"" OJr I ., 'ijUt I'I'to

FARMERS' WEEK WIlL has devoted much of bin ItrOctive. forced or cards
Alsmeyer value. You're to win! I squeezed fro,,, the), "
time to cover crop work with the sure The squeeze play comes up very frequently hands. The best "'a\; to 'I:Tl

in hands where a player is ableExample I squeeze play however;., ?!
results shown by the figures. l hI' ,._. .:.
BE GIVEN THURSDAY Last year the total acreage for \\\\S\\ .. t Nc. 1

Highlands county was 1706. r \ ,
I S Goodyear Quality 'I\ I \ Hearts- A. Q
which was considered an excellent S I'' I I Clubs-6
to Ho 1"f'utm'I"MI'f'M""
Day 111FOREJ'L.tCING; showing. Of this acreage. 1,287 lK at Such Prices J It 1 Diamonds- none
,\Meeting: (Ir ))ull'mt'n'lIIiHocll&tlon .' .
.' acres were planted to Crotalarla These- Spades-A
.\ OV ) .;J.n as Heartl-K.S' !too _ _
and beggarweed which have re- H.. '"
-- !weeded and are now making good 294.40 $8 40 Clubs- 9. 8, 5 .j. : y I CI -J.id I

Gainesville, Fla.-"Dalry Day" Gainesville Fla,- July Is the Balloon Diamonds-none : A fl t 0" ,

I will be observed on Thursday ofFarmers' month when most farmers eitherare crops. ( Spades- none. : Z : S.'oje'. 'ii:
} An organized campaign for Increased J JI
(3 4 and Fruit GrowerR'Wepk turning their hogs into the 31x5.25 85 S

1 which will be held at the fields of feed crops or are making planting of cover crops In I Balloon'P-1 I Hearts- none
Manatee county was begun In June -.. Clubs A, 10. 7
University during the week of plans to do so. Every farmer .
Leo If. Wilson. 0 Included I Diamonds- none
by County Agent Other ilzit: -youn '
August 13-18. It Is announced by wants to get the best possible re- Spadcs -9. 7
Letters were sent to 450 growersIn -at equally; attractive -
Ilamlln L. Brown, extension dairyman tilts from this feed crop and some -
', yj t the county pointing out the ad- pricci. There are no and Z is in the leads the
and ,
who baa charge of the pro- times during the rush some thingsare I one"i pr h, lftl
the vantages of growing a cover crop. Come in and learn.SUPREME lead. How can Y-Z play the hand so then a club, thus .A.., "
gram. neglected that reduce prof- I of
Over 300 acres had been planted that they will win all of the tricks tricks,

Although a special livestock pro- Its late on. In cover In Martin County I _ _ _ _ :: against any defense? Z should lead the It is apparent: thcrcfrr, ";

gram has been planned and will II. O. Clayton district agent of crops I seven of spades A is forced to discard. ter what card A d.'".'. : "r no
'at the e.nd of June and plantingwas I :
f' ttj i last all the week. It was thought the Agricultural Extension DivisIon If he discards a club Y wins the trick lead, he ia forced to !1"> 10S'

that many dairymen would like to makes the following suggestions still going forward. Many with the ace of spades l leads the ace of forcmenfdiscnrdjistlu; ,.i S-- "' .' "

have the dairy program centered regarding! hogs to be put on growers are planting their truck hearts and then a club thus winning all play, I Icre is nnoihri ,', I IL,
land In using"velvet SERV. STA. of the tricks. If A discards bath
g, cover crops a heart opponents( ate iwinning I. ,
around one day ao that they might "c oj I CI,
feed.Hogs beans mostly. A number of citrus wins the trick with the ace of spades cards:
S get the most benefit In the shortcut should be given the serum

f c, time. For this reason that part of and virus treatment to immunize growers; are planting Crotalarla Example No. 2Hearts

the livestock program which is of them against cholera before being for the first time according to ;
County Agent C. P. Heuck. No2 St rke Florida none
special Interest! to dairymen will feed. Each far- S t
put on year some Clubs- A. K. 2
r Evidences of Increased of
< use cover -
4' be given on Thursday August 16. men neglect to do this and every Diamonds 10Spa.lcs

One of the attractions for the year there are some who have an crops are also apparent in the K, 4

day la the annual meeting of the outbreak of cholera about the reports of W. P. Haymau of Lee I I.T.HS = none"! --.-- .. hearts III

; ; State Dairymen's Association.! The time the hogs are fat and lose county and Alfred \Varren of St. NO'I'ICE Uubs-O.J.lO ,.',.., : Y qut.G--9. ;73.
will be held In the af Lucie county. I1IJn1ond'J-Q( f- : A B : Diam ..'
meeting ds-r
"i: not only their hogs but feed crops In Circuit Court. Twenty-sixth : "

4 c,-? 7_ ternoon with S. Den Skinner of as well. The cost of treatment Is aILJLL l' CHIPS i| Judicial Florida. Circuit.In Chancery.J. : Bradford. County 1 :: p.4ea-- 9, 8 ... : Z : Spades-J J.uji

South JacksonvUle. presiding. The very small now and It is cheap l n. Carroll ., 1 lejrts -9
1- _
I ___ _
chief speaker for the Southern rural Insurance. COMMON SENSE vsVelma Complainant. J Clubs8.6Diamonds

1st. who will make an addrress Lousy hogs make poor gains so I By Spuds Johnson The movement of the Hamilton Carroll. none

; at 10 in the morning. clean up the lice before putting" ; county watermelon crop began Order Defendant.of Publication SpadcsAQ,7'e

; W. Jo). Stokes agronomist: of the hogs on good feed. A coating of oil June 26, when five cars were ship- It appearing by affidavit attached 5:.;ics : :.um's! and Z is in the lead nine of nearts will be good M hj
the bill of filed In the
THIEVES to complaint
Experiment Station will speak at (crankcase dralnlnga are good) or above cause. that the resilience. of i', >./ cm Y-Z i'lay the hand so that forced to discard the three of u''ub,
b 9 a. m. on postures and forage!: any of the rreollne dips used according "Notice to thieves to stay out, ped. Velma Carroll la. unknown to complainant I hI.t'/1c\/. ;\n: all\I of the tricks against now leads the six of clubs and '''SIr

crops. Ills talk will be followed to directions will do the read a sign I recently saw postedon ; that there IH no person in : :'>'!::.j ttno? 7. should I lead the scxcn of clubs are good.l. thus winning jll 01

,., : by'a round table discussion( led by trick a farmer's fence by the road- A large crop of mangoes Is being the State, service tit Florida of process.known. upon to whom affiant tu., wuiiiiir: the trick in \"hand tricks. I In this example both Aarj

; Italph Scott of Jackson county and Hogs that are should be side. Many of us also rememberthat harvested in Palm Beach county would bind said defendant In this. "'t..h n.c. ki.-ij. lie should then lead the are forced to discard clubs, thin cJ
::14 wormy reports Assistant County Agent M suit for Divorce. It la. therefore or- ":'f <.01 t.p.ylos fioin ""a hand winning bling V to make his club
M. M. Musselman of Pasco county. I Freed of worms before being put Joke about the farmer who dered that said defendant be and ."t0 tii.K in Z's hand with the sun
The sessions of the aMHoclatlon:! was accosted by some city people U. Mounts. appear to tho bill of complnlnt In queen. When both thjsloil
-, on feed. Treating hogs for worms t this cause, on or before Monday ,\ and U follow suit on both of these opponents are
will be followed In the afternoon IH not a nice job but It pays. Calomel as they passed in their car, saying August 6th I'lUS. otherwise the allegations It ft i. y. should now lead the ace of to discard to their disach.imagt bare

;; by an address from Nathan Mayo and santonin 5 grains each t that they had helped themselves Watermelon shipments from Calhoun of paid bill will be taken as "rades.. cud A is forced to discard. lie squeezed out of a trrk; -the
of confessed by It la further ordered called
first double
S commissioner of agriculture DIrect per 100 pounds weight given In a to some of his fruit back up the county began the that this notice be published innot: tl.51: :aril the queen of diamonds squeeze

S 6; sales from farm to consumer capsule are good. Oil of Chenopo- road. The farmer replied that It July, says County Agent John G. once a week for four consecutive ft Y's ten of f diamonds will be good; so Here is a problem lund, r_' :
Kelley. The crop ia two weeks weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph Its is forcid to discard the tcn of clubs. double i is I nkl
S will be discussed by 0. O. Olll dlum, 1-2 teaspoonful, mixed In n wan alright as he had helped hImself published In Starke. Florida.Witness I squeeze a pOMihl
late. Y should now discard the ten of tlia- over carefully and try to pil, Ih..h Iso
hand of O. Alderman
the W.
Plnellaa II.
S. their while
county; Pennock to tools they were
tablespoonful of cator oil for a 51) ::ionis.! 1) is fenced discard. Hacannct
Clerk and the seal of thisCourt now to that both A and B will, be forced]
Palm Reach County; and II. 1'. pound shout or 1 teaspoonful 2 parked. will be this the 29th day of June discard the ten of hearts or Z's discard to their disadvantage;
S S Cam Encambla Camping facilities provided A 1.). 1928.
county. Marketing tablespoonful of castor oil for a From time Immemorial some
k milk through the by-products will have felt free to free for visitors who wish to O. W. ALDERMAX. Problem No. 36
t grown hog will get; rid of stomach people "help ._.. md.etaolnunu nhrdliiii S

F be discussed by W. L. Trimble of worms. Always give worm treat- Jiemselves" to certain products of take their tents to Gainesville Growers'forFarmers' (SEAL) flerk By C. A.Circuit KNIGhT Court I Hc.lrts--\, J, 9. 7.6

t Marlon county and W. J. Elgie of ment after starving the hog 21 the farmer's laboi' and the prop- and Fruit Deputy Clerk. "S.\ l' Clubs 8, 7

Jefferson' county." hon rs. erty of Ills farm. Consequently Week August 13-18. E. M. JOHNS. S Iia Blonds -A, 10, 9, 7, 3
Solicitor for Complainant.:
mixture kept they have devasted shrubs and 7-6-61-8-3 Spades9
Florida will soon be a land of The following" have During June Miss\ Pearl Jordan, Hearts: K. 10, 3 Hearts --(I J ;.4 jClu |
S where hogs can get It will help flowers thought very delivered MOTICB s-9.2 : Y : Cluln -I,. I
'a beautiful rural homes It the interest home agent in Nassau county -
keep them In thrifty condition and little of It. Dumonds- K, J, 8, 2 : A B : Di.iuio,, '! ,

'- In home improvement at the keep down worm infestation: Farm lilipltallty and cordiality 1,360 chrysanthemumplants In Circuit Court. Twenty- I"th Judicial Spades -7,5, 3, 2. : Z : Spades y j J. 10.I
club short held the of her county Bradford stateof
state girls' course to women Circuit, County,
I', charcoal 1 bu., wood ashes 1 zu.. have been noted. The farmer has Florida.I In Chancery.
5 in Tallahassee la any Indh'atl'ln.1Iany enrolled in a contest. Hearts 2
5 lieen one of the most Mat tin II. Davis, S -
lime (air slaked), 4 Iba., salt, SIbu generous
of the 100 prize) winning Complainant Clubs A, K, Q J, 10,5,3Diamonds
., sulphur 4 lbn.f copperas! 2 citizen of the nation, and is always !- .
L VH.Tj.
tint girls attending the short members of Alachua coun- -4
glad: for others to share In W. S
course brought in good reports of Iba. ty canned 3,000 quarts of toma- Defendant. Spadis A, K, 8, -i'' SS
Mix lime salt and sulphur thor- the bnuntleous rewards of his la- It RppnnrliiK affidavit appendedto
'S I' 'r home Improvement work they had then mix, this with charcoal bor. Ho has said little when peo- toes during the month of June according the bill died In the obve- tatpI. '>1' ti

done and one afternoon a homeS oughly. have to Mrs. Grace" F. Warren caiine that L* W. Da via. the defend- can / play the hand so that he will win all of the tricks against .ins .Men
: and ashes Dissolve copperas ple "helped themselves" to ant therein nnniod l h. ft nnnrenUlentof Solution in the article
improvement agent. next
play demonstration
was presentedDuunellon In 1 quart hot water and sprIn- hla fruits his shrubs and his flow- home the state of Florida and he Is a
k 'e resident of 91 Hill Street In the .
,b S S --Allen Lumber CornS kle whole mass mixing It thoroughly ers. Yet this practice has so Increased being harvested Town of Buford State of Clonrsrla. Answer to Problem No. J4I

: pany opens new lumber yard hel'e.I I 1 1q with the Influx. of population in Blueberries nay county, are according to County and yt-arHj Is: It over Is the therefore acre of ordered twenty-one that Icarts A, KQ,6,5 (four clubs is to be able to ,!I" 'I i

to the cities that It has merited Whlttlngton. The said. non-resident defendant be and : V : Clubs-A, 10.9.8,61 hearts if the four club b.tl

-. serious attention on the part of Agent n. U. l he hereby' required\: to appear to the S A B : Diamonds none Neither of these, bids hon> il I )
-... -- -- -- -- -- -- -- being shipped or bill of complnlnt filed In Bald causeon
S ,.. W'V_ ." ...,"V -.. I farmers and many of them have large berries are home or before Monday the 6th day of : Z : Spades A, 5,4 be made. The four diam' II i n' a

consequently posted their land. made Into Jelly for use. Au-KUsl.. A. 11., 1 U2R'1' otherwise the is unsound. There is no ?," 'rAB ":'t t'

': The farmer has no ileHlra to boa Cf I'OTATOKM S: 1'KOVJJTO : allegations confessed. of by said Il defendant.It will he takenas Rubber game. Score: Y-Z'16, A-B 20. can make four odd in, of Ik
cad. lie enjoys life himself and In. further ordered that this order / dealt and bid one spade A bid three three suits. The three noon imp *
UK Goon HOO i iii: : ) be published once a week for diolmt>nls and Y bid three spac.les.'h.lt a doubtful proposition with oniv <
wants other people to enjoy life four consecutive weeks In the Bradford should II now bid? There are a number stopper in the spade suit IIIJ nod
and the fruit of his labor. But Okeechobee Fla.-A hog feed published County In Telegraph snld rotinty newspaper and state. ">f Lids that B should consider in this moncls. The only sound thi ig to do

everything he gets costs him mon- demonstration conducted by This July Bth 1928. and. J He can bid four clubs, four to double three spades. Su h a aau

ey. It costs something to produce ing O W. ALDERMAN.: !team four diamonds three notrumpor is sure to succeed; while any of''
Sam Sherard Clerk Circuit Court.
County Agent ( )
fruits that often are taken so glb- indicates that By C. A. KNIOHT. double three spades. It is very scldom.indeerl possible bids are doubtful

ly by people who have had nothing Okeechobee county Deputy Clerk that a player has so many T? win at Auction ala- rhoolel i

iftit1I1 to do in producing them. No. cull Irish pctatoea might be more B.Solicitor If. JOHNS for Complainant. possible bids The object of bidding sur> athcr than the douUUuUoursc
feed for hogs.
fully utilized as a .
body gave the farmer the fertilizer 7SU8a.IrrU'1 1
Eleven native hogs, Weighing .Answer to Problem No. 35Hearts
nor the Implements he used In
:% >j S
540 pounds were fed cull Irish potatoes 8.7,2
cultivating those
trees and he did
which had been boiled with' S ,1 Clubs 10. 4, J
not steal them. Why then should In Circuit Court, Twentv-Slxth Ju- ,
cowpea!!! At the end of six weeks dlclnl circuit Bradford Countv.Flnrliln. Diamonds none
hIlt products go: for naught? 1,050( pounds In Chancery.J. Spades- 9. 6. 5
After all. "helping themselves" the 11 pigs weighed H. Hitch and Vonda F3. In- Icart,- none Hearts 'Q. 6. S
sold the local marketat joined by Cl. 1\(. Inman
and were on man. ,
Is just another name for stealing.Boss"Young her husband and next friend. Clubs- 9. 6. 5 I Y I Clubs ne
a net ,profit] of $59, accordingto Complainants.VH I'hamonds 1O, 4,3 : A D I lJiolmon.b -0.7'

a Mr. Sherard. :Spade- 8, 7, 2 i Z I Sp3deS IO,4,3
: man, you should Oeorna W. Cole et als.
Your Eye Open --- STIlE Defendants, I
save you earn. : PLATFORM Notice nn,l Orilrr In Suit to Quiet ]Hearts- 10. 4. J

; Office Hoy-"I would It I got 'lltle. itc.: S i{; Clubs- 8. 7,2 '
To George W. Cole William Underhill .II I
that much. One of the writers of the New and Frances Underhill his Diamonds-9, 6, 5 .

: t When You Order I York Times hits off the Republicanplatform wife David If. Dlcknon. ; Alexander Spades- none
; Dyal and Nancy Dyal his wife; Benjamin -
Able "Fud, r. kin I blay wit under the heading "Our 13. Tuokr and Aricente Tucker There are no trumps! and Z is in the trick with the seven of heart \'il1o' ,.

matches on the sidewalk?" Own Platform" which demon- fill wife! William F. Brown:, : J. ,V.. oad. How can \'-/ win Me of the nine then lead the B\e of sp\tioi> .,"'>'" i
Fannie L.
Hodges hodges Bryant
.'athe."I should not! If you at'ratea how a party declaration W. HodireH, Jennie Maude Hodges; If tricks against any defense? Z should should win with the st'II ,)1* sP.\Jt9.bo j

JOBPRINTINGS vaut to blay wid matches you which after all says nothing either of the above are living or In lead the live of diamonds.. A should discarding the four of ht i,,* A'I

come right In de store." worthwhile could be "boiled existence existence. then and to if hi.dead, her or their not or In play the three of diamonds (not the lead is then the five of. .bs clubt"hih

_ ( down" to the space which it really Its heirs. legatees grantees de- len). Y should discard the three of should win with the 5C ,on 01 ih0'then !
I vixeex, BUcceKHors, legal representative clubs (no other discard< is correct),and discarding the four of n >, Z
Hut once jou leave the order with us! you canS II deserves. Here it is: or assigns, and to nil persnnn. n I should win the trick with the seven lead the six of diam .is l "h..h

TO 1 HOLDERS OF Law enforcement \Ve are for firms and corporations whose name of f diamonds (B must not play the two win with the ten o' .l\lmond\ .
close eye-both in fact-and even po I residence I or place of buslne la unknown -
your eyes the law and .against enforcement to coniiiliilnantn: that are tnCereuted diamond*.) 13'. best lead is the file discarding the! two of hess'"' \.ll1l'|

i : to sleep. You will have nothing to worry about, i Third or against the law and for en In those certain lands. ly'- or hearts. Z should play the three ofcaas now make three more tri,KS
log and being In Utarke Bradford .
for be sure we will turn out the work to forcement. County, Florida' known and d.- and A must discard! Third Suppose at trick: .A d j
i S may
you :
t First' .
I Liberty Loan Bonds Honesty In Government-An excellent scribed as follows: : Suppose at trick two, A discards V ",nil'
S : your perfect !satisfaction.! I Commencing( at the Southeast cor.nerot the five of clubs! V wins the trick: cards:: the two of sp-idcs. \' ,"*I
Idea.Campaign of
Block Seventeen (17 of the with the of hearts. Y trick with the seven
l We have the facilities the experience the I ExpendituresVe Original Town of Starke, and run !rad should then then lead the nine of snaJes "hIC ,1
S th- five
S :North; along the Went line of Walnut of spades which A should thetwoofcl'
S :; favor enough expenditure to elect' street One hundred Five (105) win with the Z must win. Z discarding "Jl
skill-to turn out superior work Don't take The seven discarding the Z roust
Trcasury offers a new the right man but not a cent : feet; thence West Thirty Eight ands !our of hearts. Now whatever A leadsZ Whatever B now leads, \ j
3t per cent. 12-li year -:!!) feet; thence South One hun- four tricks.In .
chances when need done. The \. more
c some printing I must four
you Treasury bond in more. dred Five ((105 feet to Call street.thencB ; more tricks.:
exchange y.tl
entire value of circular handbill booklet for Third Civil Service-It both thingsare East Thirty Eight and 3-30 Second: Suppose at trick two A dis- all three cases, therefore! ,
_l your Liberty Loan Bonds. ((3R 3-20) feet to point of beginning.UKKTlNd. ards the lour of diamonds. Y wins the five tricks dcfenst.
otherwise against any
possible all right; You and each of
:: ; 1 : or poster be spoiled by bad printing. The bonds. you
may new will bear the service without the are hereby notified that you have
interest from July 16. 1928. we prefer been made defendants, to A an It by Iblted against you falling which, on the 19th day of Juu., .UI'-, ji;
p We are good printers. Interest on Third Liberty civility. J. H. Hitch and Mrs. Vonda E. In- II a decree of this court will be entered In favor of Hettie Clot ,
Radio-Nothing after lip. m. man joined by U. M. Inman her bus.ban.4 against you. formerly Mettle Clov' 'V i
S We are prepared to handle kind of job be Loan Bonds surrendered for and next friendwho allege I The Bradford County Telegraph by W. A. Jones her """.f l !
any exchange will be paid in full Highways-We are In favor of. In their sworn bill of complaint. now published> in Starke Bradford cOllnI next friend. Individual!) J"H
_ $ S j it large or small. to September 15. 1928. highways. on file In this office that they are ty, Florida, Is hereby designated a. against Edna B. ThOnJ8'd3r.n- J al,
I .
the owner. of the fee simple title the 'newspaper in which this notice Thomas her la1 lI-..j
\ S j We Holders should! consult their 1'IInlng-'Ye are in favor of thereto and prays for a decree removing I and order: shall be published once a The undersigned, as !5P1;| > 't
can print anything from a letterhead to bank mIning.: clouds, quieting title, and i week for four consecutive weeks. will offer for sale 'In.,,fronJoufi
I at once for further de- lorever clearing and confirming the I Witness my hand a. Clerk and South door of the <
I the largest kind of job printing and do it right. tails of this offering. Waterways-We approve of wa title to said lands to complainants he seal of the above Court this the Starke Florida. between i th'a I

,i and decreeing that the complainants : 3rc1 day o( July A. D. 1 28. hours of sale to-wl! ileveB, tf I
_ Our rates are reasonable, Just come in and get Third terways. and sufficient O. W. ALDERMAN. and two p. on the 'irf j
IoljT.a{ 1udl I
:.ve.I \
Liberty Loan bl'
Bonds Railroads-We strenuously oppose and to (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court '.ug. A. 1>. 1928., to thy -,.|
; S an estimate. mature on September 15 the use of the padlock on said\ lands, annulling and declaringvoid Bradford County Florida hllltt bidder for cash ,j'b ve
c any and all claim, rights, title A. S. CREWS described property lJini'r'. *
1928, and will cease to windows in the smoking car. or Interest of any and all other person Solicitor complainants: In Bradford ). r'
bear Flood Relief and .*. firms and coporatlona therein. 7-<-t->-3 Wltl
interest on that date.A. Mississippi ODt
Control-We are opposed to !floods thff you, the said defendants, namedor belonging The SWK\to of H. B. Moore?.::
'L4 not named, known or unknown. MASTER'S NOTICES OF BALE .
S S W. MELLON on the Mississippi and in favor of absent concealed, non-resident or 11 acres belonging SEV. toNJ./a .

; TELEGRAPH control and relief. otherwlc. do appear to th. bill of nlnir.Section And Township the l'p.JZf.J
Secretary of the Treasury complaint so exhibited against yoUr Hereby notice 11. ;
Tariff-We favor a flexible tariff or before Monday, Aug. 6th. A. D and by virtue of Is given that under Sp.clal)IV

I Washington July 5. 1928. but are convinced that nothing Bradford 18. before the Circuit Court of decree af foreclosure that made certain by foal the I E. Jot:. JOHNS.
A will about it. County, Florida to answer Judge of the "th. Co'mpUInsntPAGE
ever be done to tht bill of complaint so ex- In and for Bradford Judicial County Florida Circuit. Solicitor for f.fII1ii

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I I x..t il t. i I Ih< itliKIMM, that the tau..i" Inn .iiid led 50 persona to .safety, after public a%lull:( 1,'n oil I the P11U MOND Y IX: .\I'UII'I"I'I: \ It lu'liiK the .1.111;, I
day ur aaltl month bufoin the Couithoum' I Him. ut Still'kc. In Iliudfoiilloiitit I; I" .\< t 1. t. "I'. I.d. ,1 25 6 21 II) 1'u" ellntlth:: 1'n ,23 .A'' tr1
In Short the film had exploded and set nr I.?' I ... :-II';' ,.r :xi': ,.
New of) Florida Paragraph, ) Suite i>r Kloilda. 01 "i> much there of a" will bo iifc-ea-rtry to pay "'t }
Hit to the building. Robert Perry the amount due fur taxes net oppoalte tliu stunt, together with the curl. ut -In Acres" & N "f Loot
Hitch auto and ail\vrtlmnc. E. W. lIA YEIiI, Tan Collector. 6 h 8E'-18 I
operator who was reported as :u..N" r._ ____11 6 11 U 11. /f. r..Du.. _..-__ 21.01 I.

...- Injured In the fire escaped a later 'rut.,. l.nlM 12 I 4 "r Rlk. 18 Samp- I y
I Ilrscriptlon. "MfP.' T. II. .x. Clot net .S Lui. HOn elt). __ 4 1 11 Unknokn __, _______ 10.80 k et j
heck allowed The fire damaged eatnpson ,
Lots 1 .1 4 uf 131k. 19 -

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Live S\\ i. of :sSW: V* _S5NWU'of tt 18 4-u John Todd _____________ 21.33 Late 14 et Silk 20 Hump- "I' '
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: neighboring towns of Tavares a". ''' ______________ I 7 19 1:0 The Georgia Loan & IUk. 47n E end or Sanlp-
Trust. Co. .__....____ 73.04 lion City Ex a. stri80ft ;
Kustla and others waR summonedto Ely of NEW &: NH'4, of SEV\*. wide u_ ___-_ __ -___ 4 7, 11 .trs. Jos.phlne Hall __ 1.n ',i' '

aid Mount Dora equipment In I & NWV of N\\ cur of N\Y of "
W of .
I TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES combating the blaze. SEi 1, & SEL4 of SUVt____ 3 It 160 ThonB.It Edwards ________ 9S.1 8w}' ---- 4 7 11 1 OSOt'S.llodgo. -_______?__ 7.81 'r I .''
eStuartTlrteen NV of > ,.4.uf NU'i 10 ?, 40 J. \\ Surreucy .._____ :U.U W 4 toes of dl3 of Sw t, 0uf -
I I SV, of M-V'; & %EV-of NFt4 ._ UhU _. .___ I 7 n 4 \fallnt1.! t'rldaoon _______ 1.11 I .
carloads of tomatoes UO N. U __________ "' ot 1'110.". II II 80 1). E. Knlllht II.U y''
.... v-._.. -. .-.... .. $E(0 19 Knight St.. -- .h --- -?-------- "I I l
: beans and eggplant ship SF'i. of SKU --- __ -10 1 19 40 UY.. Hany ___________ 21.81 Nle ot NW'V ---__ -.. ..__111 7 81 to lI.nry U. HIli ----"---- 18.04
.--- : e"m:1thS sc:1 1 ___ __ 8 Acres In N' cor. of N6 1.I I t I ;:,
written7pursda' time since the N\Vy4 of 1'11'/!-+ -____-___10 19 40 N. I* Knight __ 21.11 'j r ,
mfkft .- Finis was ped from Martin county by the local NNW.: .,. of of NEt, b..ln""" 636 !t. N & ,:tl'I' I '

PS'' the career of one of term was adopted here in 1919 growers' association this spring, e11 S1V,. --___:___ _______11 7 It 80 N. I. Knight _________ 4S.S1 H by 420 Ct E & 11. ___ .10 7 11 __8 1. O. Thomas ________? 7.SS icur. '; '
MI: uf IIW't& ea 1 A In NE
lnmOUS law enforcement and for the first time since 1924, brought gross returns of $12,49484 ,- SWI"H1S }of, S\\vt;. "&' aL Eof& I. .. : _______________20 7 21 3t n. n. Jones -_________ 18.14 .. 4' .

tbe mOBI' state "Two dun," the Gainesville elementary schools officials of the organizationhave NE4! St M-ti ____.\_.tl 7 11 m O. W. Barry ________-_145.84 SF:4: of Nwl.t, -----------3 7 81 411 u.. U. Smith& Co.________ 18.08 ;ij ,1
'I 11: tile NWW'ofNWV* _________11 7 ID 40 J. W. Currency ________ 21.33 Ono. 0\ com.5( ft.V' of BE I 1'tor.
after O'Brlen,, marshal at Osteen, will run only 8 mouths the com- announced. A total of 6,078 Ely of NEt of NUV4 ______IS 7 ID h'' A. U. Uowen __________ 1-.40 or "'I.a nf HF:' ofNla r '1

DaQ body was laid to rest In ing school year this announcement crates of vegetables were cleared "A In NW cor of Silo of : : &: run N 210 fl. W U, '
,, 110 ftH210ft.E210ft:
ben IJI,'-m terY. having Just been made public by through the Martin county grow- H1v4)& W SffoVaii.of__road..___? 1 6 20 2 Mrs. >f. I* Kelley ___?__ 1.4. to pl ot h..lI' _u______. IS 7 11 1 Unknokn _________ 11.04 y y1r

.local Prof. F. W. Bucholz, principal of ers. Of this number 2,783 were NE}. of NEB _______-. S II SO 40 Mr*. M. E. Clarke ___?_ 18.OH N NVL4tof: lVtt:6i & L--ur25 "
of or : _.. 7, It 80 i1. i1. Iran -----________ 8461IYt iI
nunnellonBetween 1,000 and1IOF the city schools. Agriculture and tomatoes, 1,865 peppers, and 340 Noe\ SVL t'E\ot.\ ____N1V4&Ey.of !! : .11 6 SO 100 E. A. & Mabel Saj>o ___ 44.78 of NWlot\ Nloti. ____U 7 11 :1) 1. Bhall.- 1t.00 ,

gathered at the city music will be dropped from the eggplant. In addition to the pro- AI SW44 of II'Vl: .. or $HF:1 i ,, II: _\,_ _. ofI'll. __ __ ______ ,
persons Sy4Wtlyofbranch 11 6 SO 20 E. A. &: Mabel Sapp _____ 8(0 .f : 28 7 11 fiO 1110. Williams 23.10 q: J 1'
night to hear the curriculum this term and with the duce shipped through the packing NW! & of N11' I, ex. 1 A In

part band Thursday,'oncert given by the exception of a football team the house, the association sold to In- NE4evof f 6rl o of!-. NW- --ll 6 29 100 Mr. M. E. Clarke44.7$ t'1'W1'J Nia1 cor of for HWt4 church.39 ox.; I A In 7 11 U N. D. Jones -___________ 11.07 4 : {
NW } '
Arst Citizens' band In theireW Gainesville high school will not dividual growers for use in making Com.of NEV4 at and cur run S ..2Uyd I'll'.: cur 10 1\"'. 19 7 31 39 I' C. Jones ____.__"_____ 111.38IIW. 1 !1' rs,

Duonelllll, ( be represented in scholastic ath- *, to wire felloe, thence ,. "of"M-J"* ..x. I Lot to j
bandstand The seating; room express shipments 1,228 tomato E to McKlniH'y brunch Hairy & 1 lot to J. T. -- I

capacity and the cars letics. crates. The association did thence N along nu Idbrunch Lovelace & 6 A In Hw oor. '
fiB tilted to e lint, thence of N\V (4 of SWi'* Ac 8\\' '
the park were all ocluring not handle potatoes last spring lIec. of one A I In N1cor. I 'I

aurroundlng the evening. Tallahassee Collections from but probably will pack them dur- begV. 26 on noes'I. ""' .ut..12 6 20 IS Master Thomas ____, 18.10 NWy..less of S\"I. _29 7 SI 12t C. B. Robert .._______ 85.OS ''I '
I of & K'.u' of a1VI;
Fay\ Nl4
cupied S e1ek'.nndJobn* the 5-cent gasoline tax imposed In ing the 1928-29 season. Cum._KT. '...'L at,. Ji_SW run cor._TM_of U2nv,1 N\Vy, of I_rt_ of NE 81) 7 21 100 C. B. Roberts _____m__ 4q II' Plst ('
on no ____34 7 20 L. II. Unhurt IIU.
of 21
of NW14
Barfl ld and Florida produced a total of $954- thence I 1. to S'y --?- ii
B. What the first wire fence\branch NI4' of N\V\4" __. __g. T 21 40 Chas. M. McKlnney ...'_ 1804 '
is claimed to be McKlimey thence I ."I
824.04 for the schools and good WI of s
Oa., have purchased L'oni Ht 811: ioiof N ,
I SoDS ,)n Vienna, of timberland In roads of the state In May figuresIn state civic opera association ever S line along o'? .uld NEW branch of NEW to \S MO I 1,4 & I 1'un W 175 >.,il... N er (, "

I ,! 1111 acres formed in the country was organ- thence W to beg. ______12 8 20 IS M. L. Crew .....___ 15.94 175 ) dK. I7i y.llI. 8 176 .
the office of the state '
It was learned Fri- comp- 40 M. U Clew 18.011 to beg-8 acre & t.
poll "mnty saidto troller show. The number of gal- ized in Orlando on Friday when S15U T.4 of of NWW N\V"W & '.i3\v-;--of"NWV4 --18V II 20 ---- ---- N1:4 of NE".,, _. 32 7 21 41 4\11'8. J. It. Davis ________ 21.97 3yty .
price was of q ,
purchase & SWVt. of
,, rhi rlglitof NK'i
million dollars. The lons sold was 19096480. Of opera enthusiasts from six Flor- less Uy__ 11 8 20 76 Q. W. Supp -_______ 84.91of /NI'r4> N of river. __---_.,34 1 21 9S 1':. J. owllng ___________ 4478 '
I be nail a $572,894.43 ida cities Jacksonville, Miami, way ATirsucor. lily' of Ni:>.t of Hi':". .85N'J 7 .21 20 Unknukii 3,96 r' +a
will be "turpentined" for the revenue produced, NE ? or EW"EX 2 1': of N\\it of N\V't 1 85 7 iil 20 Unknokn: :=:.:::::: .24Unknown

trees before turned Into went to the state road department; Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburgand and N of _N_ElM___14 8 20 76 I' A. &: Mabel Sapp __ 34 91 \If ,_ _.___ ._ .d. 10 4 tl 610 __._____-_SS7.82 141'; +

SfTeral veers 127309.88 to the fund for the Daytona Beach, met and perfected NEW Ex. of 2 A NEW In SU N; of cor.Uy. ____15 II 20 15 I}, W. Sapp __________ 7.18: All ___----_________-21 4 23 tilt Unknown ___________287,32Unknou I ( I''
it was understood. All __ __ __u___ .n12 4 VII (HOti 'n ___________367,38
| lumber common schools; $63,654.92 to plans for Incorporating the Lola. 7 8 It 10 U: of lllk.1U All ex. HC>4 of SEI- ______23 4 (00 Unknown ___?.____241.87 1 111l

Florida Grand Opera association. New Oliver I In W4; of _____ ______1-& 4 22 640 Unknown ___________II>1.U t ,' ,
the fund for permanent buildingsat N1S}: Sue 23 & of
Although bananas "NTvr of I ( '
Pensacola Mlnday Hodges 4.74 : &: W',1, rl 4
of ___ __24 0 20 -------
the higher institutions of learnIng NI'o& NiM of NWVt25 4 22 200 Unknown ._______ 9567
fum- : wli b
have been the subject strict I An effort will be made Immed Lot 4 5 ofBlk.; 24 N HI'0':' NISI __----------2: 5) 4 fi 40 Unknown ..._..____ VMS i "JI. 1
recently and $190,964.81 to the Various er In KVy of NEW' of Sec __ 640 Unknown _. __.._______257.88 t I
instead of Inspection lately to secure better shipping facllltles __ 20 I). J. Sapp 8.76 All .____. ___._.. 26 4 82
leation slight counties for good roads. 23 & WVA of NWVi I of U g -------?-- .x. SU' > of 3EV4\ -27 4 2.1 601)ti \) Unknown ..._______241.27 ry', I,. r ''1

and there has been a S at Wauchula a move hav- I NEyj NW of swIM for school Ex. .__A___In_27 20 39 Wallace N'edd __________ 18.86'S Not I :, of It'I'fv: _. _27 4 40 K. C. Cannon -.?_?--- 19.4S llpj ''' ?

modification of the regulations regarding TallahasseeGovernor Ing been started by the Wauchula }, of cor.SVu of Lot 11-_____80 5 20 20 1. W. Plnholator. Sr. ___ 12.1>0 >;; & Wif( : & Bl-Si I I314 'i
Martin Of ;
of & Who 'I
fumigation and threats chamber of commerce In that direction. W'a' of Lot 1 & tiE of SI"-- 1 SO I. W. Plnholater, Sr. __ 28.81 & Nl 8\Vl.:'" of 8W:>, .. _*_n* 4 22 680 Unknown ___________S25R1 : bl
announced the collapseof Lot 1 ________31 8 20 267.'M
Thursday of UO Unknown __________
elsewhere 2\1\ 4 It. (
business __ AIL
the Other bodies includingthe 120 IW.. PlnhoUler Jr. 78.74
lo remove ( Lot 2 & N!}_ of Lot 11 .__-81 8 20 of NHVi & J EVa'of Hli"1 1f ''I o
finance drainage \
It looks as If Pensacola In the. near his plan to city council board of county Lot 8 & S}" of Lot 4t NV.> 160 J. M. Muslo. ____________ 07.14 1'\)1&) all WV ol N1:}, 11 ol* 4
Florida Everglades to Lot 10 ___ _____-_31 8 20 9} Iii t,
to receive considerable work in the Kiwanis and of h' liver _ __ 30 4 22 200( Unknown ___________ 78 94ii :
futurt is going because of his aj-) commissioners, 13M.- of Lot B (Ex. 11 A InNW __ __ 3. ( Unknown ____.______ 84.61 i' Nt
business which for some Its completion Lions clubs Woman's Club and cur. being 166 yd.*. N vlIa&" NIL' > of HE'-' ..-- _3. 4 *i ICU Unknown ___...___ 171.J1 '

time has been handled at Atlantic leged refusal of Commissioner of Business and Professional Wom &S1.y Silo 0 f Lot 230yds.S&W. 10 11 ) &.31 6 20 110 J. E. Clemons __________07.22 I LS iio.ur NLfViAk ; & KWI- of 1, I t '
HF.V4 of NVIII: '
of NE4
Agriculture Nathan Mayo, one an's Club, will be asked to( aid In Ey4of NWV4 of 1'IW y41Y4of : Wllo!of NSYl4 V & Soy ____84 4 22 BflO Unknown, __-_._.____tno.U 'i 44
ports the five members of the drainage SWV of NWV4 : I. PInhoIcter 80.78 NWIof NKVi -----------.U 4 22 41K.. C. Cannon ___._..__ 19.4Sti d? 4,
with the the movement. of SWW of NWW ________32 ft 20 GO V. Sr. ---- > & 8W At l3ta\ of 8EU--33 4 500 1 Unknown .......____2nd.0* 'I ,

Ocala This city for years has board, to sign bonds pro- Slit ot bEW II:. SHU. of 120 A. L. Green ___.____.__ 69.03 N.NI Ci> of NW>i ?__-!__84 4 ii 80 Unknown_ ..._______39.39 N 't'i'Nip '
___________32 g 20 r y ,
which the hopedto In other SWW
for the state'scapllol ceeds of governor Jackson county leads ; of NV of N1dor NV4. fi {f
bid I
I made a strong has failed each time carry on the operations. In a things besides having the world'sgreatest All of WV road of SWW_____of__SWW______B_33 g 20 IS A. L. Green ___________ 8.76 of Nh of lots I & 2____ 14H 4 22 34 Cary & Peek _________ 16.10 Intl k, '.,

and boast of possibly the statement issued Governor Martin watermelon shipping 34 of SWW: }. ____________34W'j 6 20 41)) Cha.I'.*. Brown _______?__ IV.09g \otN\V'&HW''yofNW, of NIOU & NH\ of HK'4 t< 4 N

,but It can session of the House of declared that the alleged actionof point, and growing peanuts and HWW! ot Ex.SWW 1 A &to church.34NEW NEVi of 20 119 R.lu8ta Sterrlck ________ 63.SB & Wc iif I'IWI:1E06 NWy & 8a}\ of oftlW" r
formal of
first to sign the of NEW ..______u_ 4 7 _o 40 IMckena Urook --------- 21 Jl: NI'P.4: 22 412 Mr D 1 bet U. Nod ______233.05 4
In the !tate's! his Mr. Mayo in refusing ( corn than any other Florida( coun- 6 7 _0 80 l J. E. Clemon ___ ___ 42.29 41 & a 8i. !. 36 4 u '.
bonds "means which Nl_ of NWVi :::= 320 11. P. Uulney _::__ :: 16s il3g Lot 2 or 5 A In NEV* of 1 'it'+'
Everglades drainage There is one other crop I'L: a 7 20 ---
tory The "session" was held recently ty. Lot 8 8 10 NIJ\:\ II U II Louts If. Hill __________ 11.41 r 1 '

when after It was found that the Everglades virtually must easily out-distances any other Noy. of NEW_ __II*_ SW.}_. ofNWW4 7 20 120 Weoka-Kltch Co. ....... 63,40 NI:: '4 of------------I 6 22 411 Unknown ________ 19.4! ,t ;

of the be abandoned insofar as the state and that is the blackberrycrop of "sW 'Ex" Lut 41 In: WoDilliiwn: : __.11 g n 13 Mora Wltnherly ::::: 7.76! / yII I
that nearly 40 members (county <- NEW 11)9 A. B. Shaw. ____________12124 Lot 19 In Woixlluwn _II Toroda A itnddlNh, : 7.71I 'l o .o S.
lower branch were In the city, a drainage board Is concerned." which nature, unaided, provides I A In tN: cur. tor achoor. 8 8 7 7 20 20 40 John C. Cone______....._ S4.55 of HWi" of HWU __li 1U\ 20 1 I'. Arnold _u____.__ 18.7( tII !
s SLy of HKVi Mrs. Oena Godwin __ 10 8U\ of 8Hti: : of NKV: .It 1U\ 10 L. 'F" Colllna ______n___ 775 1, ,
gathering of the 1929 legislatorswas in enormous quantities, says Lot & at Ulk. 1 Ward Clty__ 8 7 _0 Mm. Ozuna Uodwln -- lId Lot 26 In Wooil In w 11 ______13 I 5> U 10 Clement Htudley ________ 7.78 ','
of Mt. Lot 2 of Hlk. 2 Ward Clty__ 8 7 20 ---- ______ ___ 775Hetllii 'I
Scouts q
legislative Mount Dora-Boy the Marianna Flortdan. Mr. Godwin ____ 14 I.ot 67 III \\oodluwn -13 6 U 10 Alice M. Taft u
called to discuss I panicIn Lot :2 of Hlk. Ward Clty__ 8 7 _o -- Mr. U.ena Oxena Godwin _.. 1.28 Lot 49 In Wood lawn ___-._13 I 6 22 III Bennett _________.. 7.71 p d
Dora prevented a probable .- Ward. 8 7 20 --- '
1929. Lot 4 of Ulk. 11 13I 10 burr Trowbrldge 11 ,
prospects for Pensacola-Garden street play- 11 12 ot Ulk..ltr8 Lot 20 III I WooUluwn I R U : ; :::::: : g gI.ulll }
6 : '
S e e a moving picture show here Lot 1 Godwin _____. 3.08 I:.ut 19 In Wood lawn _13 10 H, M. Churchill __- I' r '
______________ 8 7 20 Mr. O-enu
_____ __ 11.40 /
went house remodeled for new theater. Ward City 1 60-ttfl InV, in ul In w n __. 13 I 6 22 20 _'_. CurlerJ ___ __ #
second Wednesday night when they 10 of Ulk. 14 Ward __ __ 23.34 t
Gainesville For the Loin 1 2 \ 12 lnWoodluwn13 Ii U 41) 11. \VllllaniN u r
____ ________ 8 7, 20 Mr. O-ena Godwin ____ 8.11 Lot 5 G It
------- City u Lot 41 In Wooilltiwn 14 fi 22 10 H. B. Bager: .._________ -- 584
Lot 12 of lllk. 15 Ward I. W. Plnholater, Jr. ____ 2.38 8>\ of' lot* 3 4 & all li>U 5 0 (''i i 1 I
;\\I'iP.' ,' City. __________ 8Lot 7 20 v IIIVnoillilwll -_ 14 6 22 80] W. P T'endhody _______ 15.38
> r.. 13.u lllk. 18 Ward Wooillnwn __ 14 5 22 If Hr. Edwin: l+ueler. __u__ 776H ( C ,
.y i.t rtl I. W. PinhoUter Jr. ____ 8.78 Lot 14 In a t"I, I'I
: ,
8 7 20 :,17 US In Wondluwii.ID I 6 22 :III A. 1'iity. ____________ 11.40
Lots 1 2 11 12 of I31k. 20 HO In Wuoilluwn __.11 Ii 32 III" Mr. no"a Wanner/ ______ '.18 1 r : .k
Ward City ___ ___________ 8 7 20 PA.. Crosby ----------- 10,82 Lot Lot 41: In WnoOliiwii '. _17Lot 6 23 I" 11')1'Vlrn"orly' _________ B.66Mra.

Lot 1 8 of lllk. 2. Ward Mr. T./P./ Ward _______ 2.38' /6M & Mlu "C lot d!) In r ,
8 7 20 _
A. BU-ell 8 06 r
City WoiMlluwn _____17 fi II 111 Laura 4
Lute It 10 of Lllk. 22 Ward 8 7, 20 Unknown ---________ 2.30 Lot 14 Wiiiiillawn, ___ _18 6 a2 10 \\'. M. Reddish __________ 7.76 it t I f' =t
City ik.-ii-W :i=d tiot\ lnl I'l! Ac .all lor 30 AWVii l ; ft
Loin 3 4 7 II of l Godwin______ 3.99 of lot :.11 In, Wuod-
Mrs O-ena
City __u________ 8 7 1 20 18 B 2J 20 Unknown 18.65 'fit t
40 John C. Cone __ U.1i1iAll lawn -r------- i,
SWW 8 7 20 --------
SWor Loin' t I 3 4 Ii II 1 8 11 16

*\%V}. ofSWy4sfjty. 6 A. 11. Shaw _____________ 8.99 34 84fi 4U 51 C.: In Wood-, ( it
_____________ 9 7 20 7087
4Vii AcreH _. ,10 B 22 100 T. II Ifamby i
-------------U 7 20 40 H. M. Mott _____________ 3U.1iIIW' lawn n I1-------- 884 / !
SE'or SWW 11"ur" lot TiH InW.iiiilliiwii .10 & 24: 5 Mr', Laura A.
: of SUW!! & bBVi of Lot. 37 Dl: 6(1( (ID 111 1Vuudhewn 1
ii L! 100 ft. of tiW _______ _20 B 22 40 Beatilce M. Gilbert ?__ 1814 tyltaIt
_________ 83.18
F. LltchfloliI
JillNWVi 83 C. J
; .______ 7 20 I 6 JO J
of .i0! 6 'ii 10 lino. Unanii -
I' rV I sty'W:>4 n..._________14SWV 7 _o 40 C. F. LltchllelJ ________ 16,S2 Lot I In\Voodliiwn\Vooill.iwn .-___. 20 6 ti: 10 Mr. Laura A. Bla.ell____ B.20 f'1''
41) !\In. Julia A. Cunnnlgham131: Lot 32 f 1 w
___ _______IB8WW 7 eu I
> it IH! of r ,.
40 lliudy Padgett: 21.3J tH: tit ll'
of -. ____15 7 20 ------- -- NW' (},, of N14 1 At F:4 I:... of 1, ,,,3'
E 14 A of SL4y!! of /bEU! lees C.57 of NW'i' n i f M3'i' *. W' i X11 I 1 '
__ 7 1 20 8 Mr*. Julia A. Cunningham t
N6 A NWh' : of N'WV4 AI'M
of of NUVi\ '1Il''
.' ;; : N">:A of HI3VN \ ur SW'1'SIta- tic of NW'', of NW r.> & _. A'.
p ; 'A of K V ? of & HW'/i' of NW", ex. JOIn A .. '
( N 12 A i>f $(UW, of0E44&; of HW'4At I
& W',4}
of SUV 1NWW T 20 78 A. L. Crosby __________ 41.51 Nil! cor. HWTof (
S 6 A of NE ,. *-- Al
of HWV
a 7a of NWW! ____________1EVk T :20 U John C. Con __.-_____ 24.S& HI/4!: of NWU, U NW'/I'( 1
< Slr"rjt ,,, NL& E 80 A ofWVli BllVi: ] Of .'I rNl9r1
SR ot of MW1. At Ml.
of NEW .______ .__17 T 20 110 John C. Cone 88.82Mr of NUV' "t HWy It. .V' of 4I. $$1 3,
s E 14 A of NCW\ ot NT!! }'\.--: 1 20 14 *. Julia A, Cunnlgham 8.48 IIWr: ) of 51044 -& NW(,4. of ",, ",] ,+9Hl'y1
> 4{
pA All NWV of NWW ex, E 12 W uf SW4a of
e. V A __ _____ _____22of,2 T 29 28 Mrs Julia A. Cunningham 16.82 (; &or HI'((. __ __It 5 22 145 Hrevard Pronertle Inc. 167.61 4
-.- -of- rE & 01: <,4. Nltrp __ U 5 22 40 Mr. E. It. Harmon. ____ 19.43
d : } "f :: r'W'
; y 4j' _____ 7 20 120 J. W. Lewis __________ n.n'w" RW ?or NWt., of NIVy4 Df i i j ,
1 ToSlJVi ) ,
\- slf J
r9r e O7 ,, swy ot NEy4"f ______4___&_::gj. T 20 00 R. L. Prescott _____ 24.85 NISN.:"( & N'' or of NW'4 NIoof:\ or 1'NW I y117NWT
_________ 18.0&Com. !; .
,V, P. Byrd
NWW of HUV4 ____________ 7 29 40 ,' & I': of Hl of 8
1 1NIS'i4
4'T'I at HU cur of Sec: 24 & N'. fNW44of ," ,
& run \V on See. line 100 of NVV'NEy'' of 7 ry
chn*. No: Ihn: *. 11 lu'' '' "f HW ,. ___ .__ _3t Ii II 70 D. R. Browning. __--- 3J.73 ell. lr
Sec. line S 80 ? : :.sa II 2a 10 Unknown _-_____ 1605 ]
chn to 7 20 200 C.B. Kobert ____-..___ 89.69>> NW4: "t N111ot NI'1 k ,
chna. oViorNW"ooV. Vly', of NWy of 14W'4 'TI''
Bell' V1.4 of W4y or N"}. of
21i 82 B SS 20 Mabel Walnwrlght --- 94,3l'
x .. or ydll.Sec.S oVS" NI K HW\''f, of(& _8 W"' -ex.u'W To I\U fi 'ii 30 J. S. Mathl ___?_______. $ ,,1//, P

r1 3 yda.. N 13.10:. of N ,# of NWW of
of beg ______________2B T 20 120 The Georgia. Loan & 62.00 WNPA: *' B S3 B lllra.llf. E. Edward -. 11.70r 1 h >
Trust Co. ..._._._ UU' NIof $
-- nu
NEVi & UV4 of NWVi & N NW 6 of. HW'/'_or_ \ ___ U 5 U 4 Unknown ____ ____. -- LOS ';I ,

Nh' }. of sWy&N of Lot a of IlIk. 9 town of 111.811 111 Fink
HEW SEW: of H"14-; W of _23 II U III... Jessie Wuoten ----- 1 '.
400 A alno beg 80 chn. rtex. Iota JtK'8T w i
fi 3 w W of SU: : cor. Sec. 25, & of W of fI Sty, __83 II U bus M. E. Edwards --- 99,64 i iL i ;VFJ ytL

1a I run W on Sec. line chn 40 ? ute It'liw 6 Town Lawtey 2/1/ II 22 D. C. Kinlaw _.______ ".13 i,
nn _____ ch..... N 2O chna. E 40 .. ,_.. of Ity. In tlltCII. 83 24 U >
,, 0
to b811'-1I0 In tlW cor
H 20 chile Lot III ex. 8 lots 1
alK beg. at a pt. 2111 ft. inch F:
Acre-, 1116 !L by 10.14ue ,
60 chna \V of Mi: cor. of > ,awlsy In Necs, 2J 24 26-E6 II U D. C. Kinlaw ---------- 1 ,f

Hec. 25 & run H 1539 ft. eI1 106 ft. Fl of cur. ,
-1 0EO W 234 ft Ml6311 ft. E 234 lot 10 & run N III ft.N .
ft. to the pt. of beg.-8 106 f1. 1:1: ::110 ft. W lOG II 3 0 _

Mnn W Acre of, M3 also I cor.beg.of 80 Sec chn 25. f1. tu. 23 bel&U 25 East: __ Lawt..yHOCII. __ -_ _28 5 n Mrs H. C, Dodd ________ 18.11 gt4eT e ,

1 cED & run W 436 yda. H 118- Lot U Nallt I..awtey .secs I '
10'' C-0' N 11314 _ 18 II U lira.. E. H. Uarmon ---- II.U .
: .ITO' rcep 1-8 yda. E 436 yda _..___._. 22568S'i 23 21 I 25 ___ -- ,
A85 7 20 498 C. B. Robert .. ,r
ydM to beK.-1U tat 'l of lo15 .tao ___ IU3 'i,
of NUVi: & NV. of SEVi: a t.n Secs., 23: 21 25 15 U D. C. Kinlaw _______

0'MALI. & SWW uf SEW ________26 7 20 200 The Georgia Loan & 121.34:; ie.t 26 1'ast: Lawtey Secs' 23
__ __ II.U
Trust <'::0. -_____ .26 IS II 1'011'8. E. n. Harmon ____
24 25 Ii t

NV.cor.ot NEVi for:' church!Ius 1 A___In__NE___26 7 20 79 Truman I). Dyal ____._... 4282 Lot Nees, 30: 23 31 24::12 2G Fast Law-tey. ".26 II U Mrs M. E. Edwards ---- IUS '

Five Acre 'In SB' cor. of N' of ht 1eorS:0;: 3f t.)

.!astir la HKW SEW of NUVi__&___NV.____of__28 5 21 85 Unknown ._______ 28.97 21: _t ._ ____-- -24 28 5 U Wilson.. A Mason --_- U.Ul.ot !, I

.. r ,M.v 7evt' SVii SWV of LEX.-E4j 1 o1.A In NWVi N W cor.ofuV.ofHW4.et8Wyf &. 23 U 24 In U Fast Lawtsy__a..o.___28 II II Wilt Lee ___________ 16.11 t

25 B SI 219 O W. Walnwrlght ___.IU.RO Lot 4 I' In East Lawtey_ 8ec.28 I U CandoCalhoun ------ .... '
) ____ I
8UW un.
of 0SEW 23 n.
PH-OOR. PCAJi -- _____ 18 !
.SECOAJD J. W. Carter t
Mr 4
31 40 ? Sues.
of NWV' __._____?28 ilK In Fast i }
1808 Lot I.U
NEVi i
40 Mr Maud Wainwright I U lain. E. n. Uarmon -?- ,
of SE'i ?-- ---28 fi1 23 24 26 .__ .. .__ ____ _26 t

Not of, of wBwV.8.V.h! _*._."__.*_83 B 21 60 Louis, Wilkerson'---,, S7.84EV. I Lot.sa: 8/1 21 In 25' allt_ ___Lawley___ __ S"C._ .6. 83 lain. E. n. Uarmon_____ I.U ) c ,

\{ of lot 10 Blk. 3 A lots Lot l of tot l5 r
t4L..wl v.l 3 4
1 / 10 Blk. 8 Hellbronn .._ S.40I Nast: in Secs. 3 1.41
Kprlng. -- ----36 B 21 Unknown _---- 24 U ___ ________ __ ._..28 II n Mary Martin --------
i I About, 7 Acre. l lif ,;; ofNhJ'.i Lota. 10 11 Otis 8uh. Dlv. I' '
17fA91)3 ,fp/3k? 1JLYyI.rTCJ4E11 of HKYt: & SEVi of In Joa.t: Lawtey Hecs. 33 11.64
a'0 .IST lyf. K'0' of NEW Ex. platted land 24 26 __ .. .___ -- 18 I II Tbad Nicholson------ RrNWy
: In NW:' cor. A HWV4 ofZPtfwfcJtBak' Coal. at NE cor. 'cf tJ : t ''dNE
}6SIr : & Eye 89.68 Ha('. 24
________tt S 31 103 W. Ellery Davl. cur of said. 40; thence .r i iH 1 i t
Lot 1 2 *" WVfc of Lot 11 to land of L. II. 11111 .:, .

12 of Blk. 4 In Hellbronn ...... 11.SIBWW thence W on line or said '. .-' '
Spring ___________86 SSI O. w, Wainwright________ 18.06 land 160 ft. thence 8 130. I I,
__ __ fi 21 42 D. E. Knight ft. N
ofHWJi _______ 34 f'. then' s W 8f)0) "-
BS of lots 78 > of Blk. 8EIO. loot f1. JoJ 4'.0 ft. thence
of lots 11 12 of Ulk. Northerly 1000 ft. thence {8.64
4 lot 1 41 11 IS of Blk.l .- t0 Lae ft. to hag _____ _U.II I IS Mr. E. n. Harmon ---- yyyN14 fir,

;IP.3T Ft..OOR.pO.Jjr l *8 H.l1br"on lot. 456783otBlk.I Spring ____U 6 SI Maud Walnwrlght. ?_.. 5.04Corn. of of NE MK3,4.of"t 8Wy HWy4 _16.__044__.11 5 IS 10 J. H. Moors ----' -- H.t 15$ $ it )

L .1. ---- -. '' I at NW cor. of Silk 4 RW 4'. of "Po'4.of 14----14 I 6 U 10 W. A. ooodr.lloW' --- ,TI l lNEy4
-**$ --Itr--w sA to toe- Springe fc nt HWof NE''!' __.94 6 22 10 Alex Ott ----------- tM49n1HW44o
rDon't the "checker"chlmney top of Hellbronn NWV4 wooden .7$
to fit a aa 10 Matti- A. -- fntNhY
house can be I runN 130 ft. E 440 ft. S ot NIIW, .f NE'f---U I 1
Build A "Box" Because and have artistic merit attractive entrance doorway( from 130 ft. W 440 ft. to beg.at "' NEy4&NEy4 Edwards .. 13,7 f *
lot I n 10 Mr..l'ot. E. i.48Wy
Narrow Lot narrow right angle to and of HWy. ____. .15 i e
You Have
a It Is a matter of the roof to' 13Mv IS II U 10 Mary d. Sapp ------ f
of the first order. the graceful sweep parallel I public road of nf No4. t'E
and abilityon Ex one ;. NW cor. ofsame All IifWIA of SE43 oC NW1 Small ____ 1.168W'
''By R. c. Hunter & Bro., Arch., of mature experience the pattern of the window shutters 65 ft. N 8 by 150 Walnwrlght 6.14 or KlnflIley mad _IS II n 4 Mary u
of the architects. W _____ ____3W14 II 21 Maud ------ of NL5
the part that stampof ft. E 17.19 HEr 8E'4"n"
1 Is apparent : Matthew ---
20 Conway -
New York.) illustrated here with there of NE14 of SWtf 1 I 21 All I of $W44 .
The narrow lot presents a problem The house character that marks the workas E\a\ of MW% of HEVi BEy Magrl E. Edward 37." E of IiInguley: road ___ as 5 IS 5 John D. Dan. ---
twenty-six feet across OJ SEv! ____________ I II &II Mr ___- 41.01>> N\oI.o r .f 8W yesof 6,06NEV4
___ _
1 _
In home building but it la an measures the extending that of a master designer. 8'", of SV ,y.-__-1 II II 81) D. E. Knight Edward- 8.06 NEy/ _al8lEy4NwV.18 5 U 5 Philip IIofcCante ----
front Including the entire ___ _____11 I 21 40 Mr. Maggie* E. J NW44 ,
Issue to be faced where such a the A cellar extends under NF. of N ___ _._ of
front- Bam Tyson
condition exists: ; and not one to wing wall and a lot feet with gives a space house. 1 g1 NE sF.i1 ==:::::::::U : It :& Mr. Annie Alvare- =. 18 41.09.0* or NE'4 Rufus W lIoIatrfn.x. 1 I ieAoldd ____ 41.14 '
thirty-five Mr Sule E. B. Johnnon II 40 W. E. Knight -
W SO 5
1 be> evaded. Many people are proneto age of Complete working plans and W of NEIM ___ 21 I II ..,lcJ Mary J. Itobtn.on..96 p
and a good setting. Wj4 of NE\4 at a pt. 100
driveway be w of REVS \ Underbill. 44.98 Five /?.1'.11 "m.
for a of this house may. It R. & J. L.
accept conditions Imposed by layout Is thoroughly specifications BE __U I tl 10 ft. W of fly track an N t c ,
the making an attractive The plan obtained for a nominal sum from 815ofN614&aEy4ofNW' ; line or NW4&
narrow lot as economical while the Tk 1A \ parallel with -ny. 4
and to NEV, of 8WV4 (n: rUB 8 ,
practical Refer 8Is.)
house out of the question architectural character of the exterior I the building editor. In SB cor) i all I..124 21 240 n. I. Am.. ______ i-.U0.01 (Continued on Page

and to accept a "box" type house. reproach. From ; House H-A-151. N of highway ___
above .
I Is I
That is wrong.

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:. HIGHLAND J JMis Clover Farm Stores

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i....................... METHODIST I I.
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Highland; July 13,-Mrs. W. n.I I
(Enoch Marvin Hooks, pastor )
h I Phone 29 I Limberly and Miss Frances. Wlm '
ti's\l! Sunday school Sunday morning ,I'I'a.t
berly left Monday for their home
10 o'clock, L. A. Davis, ,
++ ''I h. h h at Madison, after spending a week ''
t 11 and
Worship Sunday at a. m
} r here the of Mr. and Mrs.
E. T. C. CLUB: Mr and MYs. S. L Peek and Mrs. 8 p. m. The morning subject U ,
O. I L. UeaKley. H. C. Wimberly. "The Tragedy of Inefficiency." I'
;::1" Mr. and Mm.. Winfield McDonaldand !
$ + l Mrs Herbert Hart entertainer and that for the evening is "The ,
}; the E. TH. C. Club at her home Oil IlItlium; I'AltTY 1ORitiuni Miss Ruth McDonald of Fern- Bow at a Venture." I'
andina, visited friends here Sunday -
North Cherry street Friday after Senior Epworth League Sunday |
noon. At the close of the afternoon evening at 7:15 o'clock, Murrah Saturday
II. Y. Peele and
Mr. and Mrs.
4 Mrs Hart served her guest Miss Francis Darby, whose mar Rooks, leader. i
1 delicious refreshments con lstlng riage will be an Interesting eventof children, visited relatives. .. near Mid-week devotion Wednesday I I''

hA ; ,4 of chocolate tapioca pudding, July 26th, was honor guest ata :Macclenny\ Sunday. evening at 8:00: o'clock. lhesub-j i| "
t I
r 0. II. Darker was visitor here
+ cakes, and fruit punch, with chocolate bridge party given Friday after- ject Is "Strength a Blessed Thing,"

ba r i lollypops as favors. Mrs noon by Misses Hazel Middleton, Tuesday.Mrs.. .J. W. Grime and C. M.Grlffls and the text Is 2 Co. 1210.: The I I POTATOES New Home Grown -10pounds] 15c
r S Grace T/aynbara was a guest ot and Florence and Elizabeth An- Subject may be divided into I" ,
: business visitors tc
the Club.at this meeting. drews at the Andrew home on were "When Are Christians Not | |
( Madison avenue. The large sun Starke Monday.Mr. Strong," II. "When A Christian l is PURE CANE
't a V VIHITOKS JlO\() ED parlor, where the tables were .arranged and Mrs. N. T. Green of Really Strong," and III, "A Fewjj I I SUGAR 5 pounds 31c
SI'.:SJ> T1IK: IJ.\\ I'AKTV Starke spent Sunday here with GRANULATED'
was decorated with baskets Extortatlons Suggested/ ,
-- relatives. .
and wall vases tilled with j
MF8. E. 'A. "Davis hostes Green ot Starke, wa a ritKSIiYTKKLlN
was Lloyd

i .P' Thursday at a spend the day party Australian Little Jacquelin sun flowers Andrews and In fern a. visitor here Sunday. II IIfl I SOAP P and G = 5 Bars 19c

+ at her, Kln i4Ay Luke cottage hon dainty frock, passed tallies to each Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Mrs W If you Visit your church and I ,
- t orin//* MhZ? F. Sayles ot Miami, player. Following several ofprorellll'e R. Wimberly, Miss Frances Wlmberly Sunday school before going out of .
+ ; and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Cocoa. ; ', Miss Ethel Kicks and W. M. town you will have a better feel-
!': bridge Miss Darby, the
', I The)youee,_with its large veranda. honoree, was presented with a Wlmberly motored to Penney Ing all 'day.Sunday Clover Farm Mary Jane Self-

+ was profusely decorated with bas handsome cake plate and knife. Farms Sunday) school at t 10 a, m Fancy Verdelli
kets'and wall vases of roses and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberlyand "The World's Greatest Discovery I
Miss Virginia Weeks made high
i ;fr j dal tea. Swimming, sewing, and Wins made
score and received a beautifulvase Freddy Wlmberly theme'for 11 o'clock a. m. Plain Flour rising Flour
Q conversation were e n J Joyed ; Mrs. C. A. Knight was givena a business trip to Starke Monday.' The llvest young people's meet-
,(r throughout the day. At one hand made card table cover for Chas. Croft of Lawtey, visited ing since last Sunday at 7:15: p. LEMONS
o'clock the hostess served a buffet friends here Monday;
second. The hostesses served a m. 24-lb. sack $1.26 24-lb. sack
. J luncheon. salad course and novelty baskets Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crews and Ttiplc for the night sermon "A
c Invited to be with Mrs. Sayle filled with candles accompaniedeach children of Starke, spent the 4lh Bright Soldier", 8 to 845.: I
-1 F, !+ and :Mrs. Wilson were: Mesdames plate. here with F. M. Crews and. family Welcome. to all. Per Dozen
i R. A. Weeks, W. L. Wall, J. II 12-lb.sack 66c 12-lb.sack 74c
Hitch, A. Z. Adklns, Darby were:
P D. C. Jones, L.. Wyman, E. M. CIIRIS1I.1N E.11'lll
q Misses Madge Mlddleton Elise t Keystone Heights \: I 19c
Rooks E. K. Perryman, J. M. 6lb.sack36c 6lb.sack39cBROOKFIELD
Jones, Mary Canova Florence MI. Helen Ogden, Cow.i .
Mitchell, Edward Burns, O. L. .
Beasley, and Miss Mabel Weller. Matthews Ruth Sternberg Vir- ....................... Monday evening, July 9th, 1028.
ginia Weeks Lucille Mitchell, and '
t members of the Christian
.$ t s a, 9IK. AND MltH. W. 1\1. AVA1X- Hazel Klckllter, Mesdames J. W. Keystone Heights July 13. deavor Society met at the En-I BUTTER Pound- 48c
'1 6- u t RIGHT. ENTERTAIN: Andrews, Jr., R. J. Davis, Marks, The Hawb Club of Oainesvllle who Miss Carrie Uglow for a ,
N. Sternberg, C. A. Knight, D. C. has occupied the Caughey house

l Mr. and Mrs. W.. M. Walnwrlgh Jones, and 3. L. Peek Mrs. A. !M. tile past week returned to theIr meeting.Meeting was called to order by I I CONGBRANDS.A.CORNBEEF23c

s entertained their card club Friday Darby, the honoree's mother, Mrs.J. homes Tuesday, July 3rd. the President, Miss Edna Hutto. < '
M. Mitchell Mrs. J. II. Hitch, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Ogden droveto
:,;t evening at their home which was and Rev
opened by by
)+t a made most attractive with Ita Mrs. W. I.. Mlddleton, and Miss Sanford Tue
o bowls flowers.of dahallaa and other garden 1'Ianche: Alderman. were tea guests. nesday. to Keystone Heights Wed read' :Minutes and adopted.of last meeting was, SNOWDRIFT\ Red Kidney Milford Midget

During the evening several exciting BIRTHDAY PARTY 4 The annual 4th of July picnicwas '
Report of treasurer and all bills |
,r games of bridge were enJoyed held as usual on the beach at were paid. 'I' 1-16.23c; 2-lbs. Beans Corn

?; 1 s at the conclusion of which Little James Nelson Klckllter Lake Geneva. After supper tile I As our district convention meets I
) scores were compared and prize celebrated his second birthday Fri- evening was spent In plaYing
at Starke, Sept. 15-16, the followIng
awarded. Mr. C. A. Knight holder day afternoon( by entertaining a games, tub race and barrel races : committees were appointed: 43c 4 Ibs 87c 2 for 27c 2for27cFull
of top score for men was given an number of his young friends witha The fine display of fire works added Registration; committee: Miss ; :

r, ash tray. Mrs. Ruth Clprke holder party. The kiddies played much to the pleasure of the Carrie Uglow, chairman.
ot high for ladles, was given a games of all kinds on the lawn until evening.Mrs. .

? powder Jar. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. late In the afternoon when they W T. Walker two son Publicity Bullen.committee chairman;: Ml Miss a.Edna Beatrice Line Florida and Western Meats Phone 138
Johns were consoled with a deck' were called Into the house They: and Mrs. Seats and two nieces ot Hutto, Mr. Wesley Stearns. ---
of cards and letter opener. found the dining room filled with Jacksonville are spending a weekIn
Banquet committee: Mrs. J. J
b The hostess served her guest baskets of beautiful roses and Keystone Heights. They are /
Lamb chairman; Mr. Wesley
j with fruit salad, saltines daisies, but of all occupying the house
olives most Important : Caughey :: on Bryan, Miss Helen Prather, MissEstelle WE DELIVER STARKE
and ice tea. was a huge birthday cake ambossed Palmetto avenue. Kendrick, Miss Elizabeth
Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs. with the words "Happy Birthday A house party from Gainesville,
4 Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
1 b' Walnwrlght's/ hospitality were' Greetings," and on which i pent the week-end' In tho Rupert Christy r ,,

Mr and Mrs. E. M Johns, Mr. and burned two tiny pink candles. The apartments. Home committee: Miss Edna --. .--
r t Mrs C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs cake was embedded in a quantity Word has been received by Hutto chairman Miss Estelle -
A, Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. of daisies. In the renter of the din- friends here of the death ot Mr
Kendrick, Miss Patricia Lambe.
Robinson Mrs D. T. Clarke and Ing table which was spread( with a Wlnlleld Miller of Hendersonvllle ',
Cheer leaders: Miss Estelle Kenllrlclc. I ''
Mrs. D. L. Clarke of Miami. handsome cloth.) Jlmmle's mothercut N. C. Mr. Miller was well known chairman; Wesley. rii-vnn__, ,'I'
-- the cake und gave each little In Keystone Heights, having spent i : h ---
Tf"'lt Wesley Stearns.Miss Ii
; TWJ'; : I'KXTI'IIV t'M'llDr.
1 guest; a slice with Ice cream. Lollypops several winters here. I
were also given them. As- Howard[ Lawrence, Martha Sue Estele Kendrick was appointed 11 11I
} l leader for Sunday night
and Mrs. E 1. L. Biggs; entertained slating l \ Mrs. Klckllter In looking Brock, Vivian Anderson and Dor-
) k their bridge/ Hub Friday, after the pleasure of the little tots' othy Jenkins drove to Starke Saturday meeting.
There being further business -
t (1 r evening at their home on Walnut were Mrs. N. T. RItch and Miss evening. no
the meeting adjourned.
r, { street. Quantities of dwarf sunflowers s'unnlo Howell of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCormickof
Beatrice Bullen, Sec.
furnished the only decoration Those invited were: Jncquelin Ithaca Mich., are the guestsof I :
Edna Pres.
f !, for the sun parlor, where the Andrews, J. ,,'. Andrews HI, Freeman Mrs Ella Dlrd. Hutto.--.-- .rtOot1Auction
11 r guests played cards. When scores Register, Jr., Enos Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawrence "How does your new cigarette t '
,t1 ...t + wen- totalled( Mrs\ O. L. Beasley !Mary Harriet and !Harold Bishop, left: Thursday for their home near I lighter work?"

S and Mr. F. F. Stump were given a Murlsxe and Archibald Thomas, Ilendersonvllle, N. C. "fine! I can light it with, one I

41,,, a t perfume container and a tie reBpt Jr., Rebecca Rooks, Doris and Ila- Mrs. Ray Lawrence left Thursday match now,"-Carolina: Buccaner. I
it t." tlvely for making high scores zen Carleton, Louise Stearns, Jun- for Spnrtansburg, S. C., where I '1
t ,+ :Mrs.\ I I
Sternberg was awarded set or and Bobble Mead L'Etta Cor- she will spend a week or two with S ''
j of novelty score pads for low, and pening> Gloria Buford, Comer Mr. Lawrence" who is connected TltUV i4CHEDULII: : ''I i//
Mr. It. C. Rltcli, holder of low for Peek Peeryman, Leonard Peek, with the state highway depart \ iII',
the "men received linen ]liandker- Jean Davis, Virginia Anderson, ment. Effective: 12:01: a. m., Sunday, '' II'II''I'
ill1st, schedule changes and I
chelts. Mrs Biggs served a fruit Nettle ',
Dowllng/:, Patsy Ruth Wainwright Messrs. Donald Pangborn, Geo. 'I
t k salad course at the end of the progressions George Glynn Jr.. Robert llrd I, Paul Bird and Charles Wle- trains No.1.will local run as sQuthbound follows: due I

; stuffed dales were' on Biggs!': Ida Lulu'and Marjorie man spent Sunday lu Palatko.I itarke. 11:18
: p. m.
the tables during the games. Davis) Mary, James Glennard ._
and --- No. 11, local southbound due
Playing bridge were: Mr. and Junior Wasden, Sarah and Juanita Starke 11:23: a. m. II ili iliI
Mrs. J. S. Butler Mr. and Mrs. II. Barefoot, N. T., and Tommy I I No. 107 limited, southbound SaleSame
i C. Hitch, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Bitch and Margaret Ann Malpas. JLOCAZ due Starke 1:20: p. m.
berg, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Quests from Ralford included No. 191, limited :Miami, due
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Marjorie Jean and Homer Llm.r PE VJJVG Starke 10:45: p. m. I
No. 2 Northbound local due
Starke 5:35: a. m. I
ro _-- .. -- Mr. Louis II. Hill was a business No. 12, northbound local due I I
I' visitor In Starke Wednesday Starke 3:06: p. m. I
_'J iL1 Itini 1'0.108, northbound united due '
] Friends ot Mrs. O. J. Penny whoIs Starke 5:44: & p. m.. .PJace---Same Hour

at the home of her parents, will Ktarko Wannce Branch II
No 101 leaves Starke 6:30
: a. m.
be glad to learn that she l Is Im- No.
arrives Starke 2:10: p. m.
!provlu,) : rapidly.! T. J. Griflln agent. I
II ,
Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Mr. and
Mrs E. W. Griffin of Jacksonville Relief From Curse I

were the guest of Mrs. O. J. Griffin Of Constipation I I 2:30

Wednesday. I ,-.-- : SaturdayAfternoon I II

-_ A BatiU\ Creek Physician\ says!
pr. bad Misses Marine; and Hazel Middleton more misery than any 'Other.cI I I''

und) Gerald) Middleton spent .le." II,
Immediate relief has been I
t Jacklnvllle.Mrs.
Thursday In
found. A tablet called Rexall Or-'' I

1 : : Do Business In The Mod-; C. L. May Mrs. John \" l. tablet denies attracts has been water discovered.from the This system \ j '

\llama. and M rV.. A. Broadway Into the lazy, dry evacuating I, July 14th!
all of Albany. Ga, spent last bowel called the colon. The water ,

_: ern, Efficient Manner i J', Thursday 'with Mrs. O.'L, Beasley. causes loosens a the gentle dry thorough food waste natural and | ,

Mrs E. M. Johns t left Wednesday movement without forming a habitor ':,
the dose.
for Jacksonville where she ever Increasing

I r Handle all transactions with checks--it is will be the guest "ot Mrs. M. B. Stop. Chew suffering a Ilexajl from Orderlle constlpalon. at-

Herfong. iKht.; Next day bright. Get 24 for finish the Ma-
closing out
+ the easiest, most efficient, safest and most satisfactory 211c- today at the nearest Rexall :

i way. There are many advantages to Mr. end Mrs Ed Smith and son, Drug Store. ,

the procedure. Let us explain them to you. We of home Starke of Mr were and Mrs.visitors F. H.at Thompson the- ; .. -. :
I stock.
_ i inviate you to call and consult with us on busi- of Eaniton Sunday. son last piece

ness methods in the handling of funds. Mrs William Randall of Tam Say it with Flowers I

t pa and Mrs. J. Murden of Savannah Flowers For AllOccasions

r Ga., have returned to their will be sold regardless of :

BRADFORD COUNTY BANK homes after a short visit 'with i
k : their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. 7H. I
Alvarez at heir Kingsley lake cot ,5*

r Y t Bradford County's Financial Stronghold tage.Those Interested In art craft Gertrude Anderson Godbey j' I, price. .

will be glad to learn that Miss

STARKE, FLORIDA Catherine Futch of Lakeland will Phone 3$ Waldo. Fl*. I
be here for several weeks as art
Instructor at the Woman's Club. ....,-, .. --
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,,,,,.,, Y. M. C. A. Camp .. ..
-0-- "'...i.,._ .I''IIiI'' I_' ''' ''' ''w :Mrs.! R. n. Alvarez and children St. Augustine f
""IiUI" have been recent guests' of her par- Mary Brownlee won ramp) medal t,
ruts Mr. and Mrs! L '.. Moore. for being one of the best nil- I I

.1 Lloyd Green, who has been a patient round campers. She also made a
Bits of74)CffJ.eConcerning I at the Government hospital record of 015 points and iccfiwd SPECIALS

Luke City, for the past three weeks honorary mention for sumo and Friday Saturday
-I where he underwent an operationfor was one of those whoIassl'el\ the

,z'-e( ) appendlcltta, returned, to his junior life saving test
I home here Saturday. ...
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Wilbur A. Scott Is expected to ---------

The following persons motored spend the week-end here with his i
Our People, Business and to Starke Monday evening to be parents, !Mr and Mrs. F o" A. Scott ,I

Progress of the County and Town. present at the official visit of the enroute to Deland from his vacation POTATOES Large Fancy and Firm, 10 pounds 20c ), 'i
grand matron of the O E. S.: Dr. spent at Clayton, Ga, Mrs\ ; ,

,,,_____,_._.._, ...,_...,_,....,__.._._._,_.._.._.._... I and Mrs. J. S. Malnes\ Mrs. W S. Scott Is visiting In her Buffalo parents, N.and Y.
.. "'"", I1IIIIftII\IIInlll""mIllUM.m.\ > "" lmosiaun' '''" "''''''''m"'m'm'1'Jsp '' '' ''' '''' York Mrs. G. A. Epperson. Mrs. other relatives '
Lou Dagger, Mrs. T. J. Townsend and Toronto, Canada having made I SPINACH Del Monte No.lcan2for25c l {
I T"i i orpenlng was In: nt the 4th of July with Mrs L. Mrs. R S. Johns Mrs K. G. Dun- the trip by automobile with her : ,

I SlltllrdaY.,, V. Moore. can and Misses Blanche Roberts' sister and brother-in-law, Mr and t 1 1 j /

cin and Estelle Roseuburg.-Union Mrs. Walter Glatzen Mr. Scott
-Turin. wall a vultorKS Miss Nannie Howell of Jackson- County Times.Evaf1geUstic. accompanied the party as far as PICKLES Sour Mixed Quart Jars 27c
!) 1lndaY. ville, Is spending two weeks here 1 Atlanta. Ga. | ,
( with her niece, Mrs. J. F. KlckI -

-tll'-.Iuctlon Saturday. pVason'a I liter, Jr. King of Apopka Singer, formerly, Lloyd L.of Mrs O. J. Griffin will have as a \ 25c '' r,1
tend I 6 '
of STARCH Packages
\ lid stand. Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards and Starke arrived Wednesday from Tampa.week-end guest Miss Ruby Dyal ; [ Argo Laundry, - It1 It1't' .

Buffalo N. Y., where he has spent
was tending to !Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long returnedto his ____ I ..
Moore the last three weeks visiting
r.D 1B\\ 8Urfc Tuesday. Starke In Miami.Sunday' after a short. I I rnot ber. lie was accompanied by Mr, and !Mrs Wheeler Nolan Har-of MelbaHalves lane 2 f or4 9c I y'4irL

near-- stay his sister !Miss Elva who will Birmingham Cromwell Ala.of, and Bedford Mrs PIl.. I, Peaches, Del Monte .can e yr!

of Lawtey was spend some time In Florida as ry
::1. B Perkins Tueeday. Mr. and !Mrs Tate Powell of guest of Mr and Mrs. King. Whilein spent a short while last,week with
ping lit tarke Jacksonville, spent last ThursdayIn Starke Wednesday Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley on their way toTampa \ DUTCNCLEANSER3Cansfor24c
OLD 'r +:
the East Coast
Starke with his mother Mrs.
r.- Mrs H. V Knight Miss King were luncheon guests of ,
and k {
in Jacksonville. Lucy Powell. Mr. and furs! J. T. Qulgley. q ;
1 Tueeda: Ira W Corn formerly Miss

-- Knight was a business Mrs. T. S. Hewke returned last Mal guertle Shriver of Brooker. f TOILET SOAP Wanda Brand 3 Bars 19c
hD, E: Government authorities tell us friends In Starke who -
Wednesday. Thursday from Orlando and Winter [ baa many ,
Lake Pity that thirty different diseases are the
r 10 to know that
Park, where she has been visit- [i will Interested h
transmitted by flies. Any one of. moved from Kansas: City, 1 i i
T, Quigley was a business ing friends. these often proves fat aFlies\ has Beach, Calif. I 1
Kan., to Long ; *
Wednesday Gold
,,to Jacksonville must be killed. Use the scientific\ BUTTER Sunset CreameryPerpound46c III f+, ''
Joe E. Thomas who has been op- product developed at Mellon Institute I ,
h.T; E John, c of; Baldwtn,. perating a filling station at Orange of Industrial Researc by Miss Ruth R'denour of Orange!Mc- in i

t Friday afternoon In Starke. Heights during the last few Rex Fellowship It is fragrant and Heights and Miss seriously Virginia injured I 5Rollsfo730cSUGAR j'II'' ', t l ut
months, is again In this city. harmless to mankind but death to Mlchen who were TOILET PAPER Waldrof - -
at the their Ford touring car t
'al bargains to be all household insects. Just follow when elec- I ,
Ion sale Saturday p. m. 2:30.: Mrs. II. B. Alvarez and children instructions on blue label of was struck by the Seaboard -

have returned to their home I, bottle. INSIST on FLY-TOX frpm tric-gasoline train In Gainesvillelast I 66c 'k '
Peek of Jacksonville, two week, are said t'> be Best Granulated Cane10pounds]
"IS'' May Jacksonville after "spending' your retallE'r.-Adv. \. of improvement ,
relatives and
'sltlnfr friends and weeks with her parents, Mr. and easily '
to reports
according %
Mrs L. V. Moore. Mary Brownlee and Vonda In- :
man returned home last'.Thursday from authorities at the I Pounds 25c 1 ,I Aliv'
and TelfairJacksonville Hospital Tuesday RICE Fancy Blue Rose - ''
aw Mlddleton !Mrs. J. C. Adklns who has been after spending two weeks at the County ,

g motored to i..>hnnr.._.__'rnnlne_ u_I_ .. o _Darty.. of young folks I _._. 1. S St
layJi I at the Matthews' cottage on I I .w,- '_n_ ...-._ _____._. __._____------ ,

of Jacksonville, has I Ii Kingsley Lake, returned Tuesday. [ | ." SALT Morton's Iodized .. .. .. .. 2 Packages 21 c
i '!rs. Sapp to her home in Gainesville.Mrs. ,
visiting her son Fred Sapp, Valves Are Corrected-Not Ground .- y411 k Y I .. 1,, ,

sis 'ityr Owen Dyal and children, of {

vlsi- Jacksonville, spent the latter part THE KWIK-WAY SYSTEM CHINA OATS Mother's Brand Large Box -33c
McLendon was a
H B of last week In Starke visiting her ,
from 'ha Florida State Farm A. L. Alvarez and other valves.
father Nine-tenths of all motor trouble Is caused by faulty

inesdavI'rs--- relatives. The correction of faulty valves is an operation of the utmost Importance be- BROWN SUGAR Domino BrandPound lOc
oC Miami Is motor and your satisfaction. Valves "
i L M DeSha The auction sale held- Saturday to your R tI
her parents Mr. and Mrs. afternoon at the old Mason Furni- correct for a motor to run properly.In A

Struth ture store was attended by a large order that I may give you a better service I have installed CONFECTIONERY SUGARDomino Brand Pound"l2cPEPPER
crowd and the bidding was brisk KWIK-WAY SYSTEM. The only positive scientific ,
Butler the famous!
Lake ..
}''at V \Ialnes the auctioneer.
Inman was ---
G. M. be ----
corrected -
by which may
\business visitor to Starke mechanical method known t I III Ii
I Friday !Miss Edna Hutto and Misses with absolute perclslon. Come In-Let us show and you SAVES how SAUCE Red Peppers 3-oz. Bottle lOc I

Ethel and Annie Lou Alsobrook I the KWIK-WAY SYSTEM: gives you more power ", ,
il'si!'! Maud Mitchell arrived here ccompanied by Mr. DeUltch Green I FUEL.

Jacksonville. spent at Jacksonville Beach GENERAL'SERVICE GARAGEPAUL f ALUMINUM OATS, Molher's Brand, Large Box, 30e i

I lisa Bettv McLane of Cocoa, isgreet Raymond Glass, who has been v tt '

1 of Miss Hazel Adklns the guest of John Hagan for the MAST, PROP. = 3 Boxes 25c
|'\lngilelake! past three weeks, left Sunday ac- I JELLOAssortedKinds------- ,

;ompanied by Buster Klckllter for I ------- -
E S Matthews and Miss General Repairing, Special attention --- --- ,
In Stuart. Ii
tlrs his home ,

la Matthews ksonvl1e.In \ spent SaturIn !Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Mow of STARTERS and GENERATORS !I IJ II CHIPSO Large Box, 23c; Small --3 for 25c {

Jacksonville and Mrs. Phil Bailey I

Unbeit Tanner of Baldwin of Camilla, Ga., spent Sunday I ,__. _._ _._.___._"_ _._._._, I I I '1RI
isiting her mother, Mrs with Mr. and Mrs U.: S. ",- I pounds for 25c

|ira p"w.IMonday.l) afternoon Matthews I. upunusuaunwmiuuummruairnmonmuu i uili: -awo'wuaamuuo, uuualmlmroimiwmimauuiwumainampnusualalauuusuuuuwnuu PEACHES, Fresh Fancy Georgia, I rft

\Ir l fe, Mosley and children !Mrs. Ernest Brown, and Miss HAROLD C, WALLINSURANCE ll'tI t
11 t Stati. Farm were visitors to Brewton of Pensacola

frke I P-Hiay afternoon. and Christine Miss Bassey of Sebrlng spent 1;.

Sunday with Mrs. ; ldiAF ;, '
Saturday and I 1 3 Ivii'r
I"Ir nut Mrs R. J. Davis and Barney McRae. i '

'bj'IIII'II.!'( spent last Thursday !I STARKE, FLORIDA ..
'room in Jacksonville Master L. E. Johns, who has ; t
been enjoying a two weeks visit i| Represents the Boat Loading insurance Companies t d
Jr ana Mrs. Charles Larsen of Annie BOND, LIABILITY Ill
with his grandmother, Mrs 3 FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
,elanu are guests of Mr. and Johns, has returned to his homeIn MADE PROMPTLYtr : Iii I r I tt
*. D E Knight this week. :: -
Tampa. '...''' I '' ''''' !''' '' ''i'''' '",',"" ""I i '',iitjiitimnHiiijimiittiiiMimtiiifiiNA ':!' !'!'! !!' [ [ I IA -.. -.. -.... -. _- - -"'"-'" -...--- ..- - I
!' !'! !'!mmmmnnmmmnmmanrnmmmwnnnmlmIamIsaniarnmmmrnmuIaniuIwunwonul'!''!'!'! ''I!! !!!!!!!!!!! !!!! ... .u .11II ;' -
':QI.! ,J.-K, Futch of little ; : -- n' vt
and !Mrs. Mrs. Grace Traynham and - condition Inquire FOIl WALK: A Moalllnk Deposit ,
truck all In
'Und\. were week-end: guests of enjoying a vis- Guaranteed fire and
been vault, safe.
who have General Service Garage
son at
and Mrs H. L. Brownlee. It here with her brother and sis fCENT Ito water proof. Size about 112:! ''I{

ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W B. [ A WORD .------.- .- ft square. Suitable for family +
(lames Lewis of Jacksonville\ Mundy, Jr., left Saturday for their FOIl BALK-- ----.llorim, wagon and use or for small more or office a' ;
ut the week-end In Starke, with Will
S. C. $52.50
home In Geenvllle harness. Very cheap. Edward Good, an new. Cost
mother Mrs. R. L. Lewis. COLUMN Jarvis back of 1'eterson'n, sell for $20; easy terms. Address 1 tt'ht
The next meeting of the Starke BUSINESS SYSTEMA Dairy It* Mr. T. S. Hewke Box

I Misses\ Eunice and Rebecca Grove No. 278 will be on the FUR SALK--Potato vines, Eugene ((108, or call at 31 South Walnut
hlteliead of Lawtey were vlslt- of this i It* 7133t. Oil
Fla. sewing Starke
Tuesday street
friends In Starke Tuesday. fourth one Mickey Hclmorev WE: PAY $l.20 dozen, t .
o'clock. Any '
month, at 8 bungalow aprons at home. Spare: Fji
wishing to join at this time see FOR SALE-20 head of nice Thread furnished. No 1t1.jI l: ,.It.\TIfS NOTICI: :
Mr and Mrs. Laurie Edwards of Mrs. Lula Ilutto, secretary. shoats. O. C. Cason, Starke. It* time. holes. Send stamp. Cedar' ji
'ksonvllle week-end button --
spent the checking account is a business systemin Amsterdam,
''b Mr Garment book of the
and Mrs. E. M. Johns. Brownlee returnedlast from The registration
vines H"l'01t
Miss Thursday Mary from Crystal Lake itself No need to ,worry about saving FOR certified SALE Porto-Potato Rico plants. Apply New York. City of Starke. Florida will be r pI
\In.mltch of electors -
of the State Farm. at the for the registration I '
enrolled strawberry open I'
enjoying a visit here with her where Augustine she has been Y. Camp winning, receipts, as must be done when you pay by this office. \ SALK, Have-100,000 a fine lot of them ) from July 13th to August 11,
St. plants of the
ighter Mrs II. L. Brownlee. while there, an emblem, and also FOR"CAM PINfl" OUT-Tent cost, ready for setting Both Maryland 1928! Inclusive, at the office

-- honorable mention among the cash. one hundred, can be had for and Arkansas, MUnlonnary City Clerk.
Mrs A Durden and daugh- GUI, KingsleyLake : : J. HI C A. FUTCH
Dr. See
of the camp. twenty-lIve. ordered last spring
members ,
nicer, City of
Hilda shop- t'
of Hampton were 7.6.2t'FOR farm.N. Rvftlatratlon ,
Your checks returned to you each Norman on my Wateroak Starke, Fla.
'gin Starke Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O J, GrIRU, of are Ford D. Wainwright 7-6-2t 7-8-31-7-20. t
and Mrs. W J,. of account and SALE- -Ono half-ton '
Lake Butler Mr. with statement ,
Yr.< and Mrs. Arthur Hurst of Jr., of Lake Wales and month your ---4_ ; ;

tckshear. Ga., are guests at then Mr.Epperson and Mrs. Harold C. Wall have the endorsement on the back of each one is Uy J. E. Corpening i-it
of Moore.
Ir. and Mrs. L. V. at the FOLKS
been enjoying a house party ST1IRKF:
files\ Grace to-Law- Weeks cottage at Kingsley lake, your positive proof that the amount has /-AN' NOW 5HE IP "
Wood went WENT]
1 HEAt.t YEVl
\ for the past ten days. ( I INSISTS, THAT IpCEAK I I '
Thursday where she will spend been paid. YOU RE CTOHNA SWIMMINGAN1 l'F

'cjk with Mrs. 0. A. Anderson. Mrs. Ella R. Strickland,. state WITH GOT FRECKLES- WEAR POLKA LYJT'YOUR HE NASN ?,y
Woodmen Circles, !i iMfil. this GIR'L NECKTIES TO HEA12U OFr 14
0 L. Beasley spent the president of We invite to open an account at -" "'
of' you "
1Ml! Annie Register, guardian v'' '' Q. VIII MATCHHE REMf"
-3nd!' and in Tampa Mrs. A.with C. her Durden.parSh Lake Side Grove, Lake C.Butler Strickland, and I' Bank and enjoy the advantages of doing T
Judge and Mrs. I K
the business meeting of I business with us.BANK I
it ''ulla Green, ot Jackson- attended 278, Tuesday !, I
1 I' the Starke Grove 1 *
r ir mt the week-end In 1 o r o r
''I 1:Ith relatives and friends. evening.
Starke, .Is I 1I 1I I
''r 1 Paul Thomas of
II' Hill Williams\ and Col. In Plant Cityas I I crflIs W
few days U> -
1.d* Cr:*n, of Lake Butler, were spending a Mr. and Mrs. Ray- \
11. :5 the Starke Frl- the guest
visitors to two
following a STARKE
I mond Norman, OF r.
months visit to Have 'a, and other sake of freckle. We
the a
111- in. Cuba. He expects to return f Don't give up the sun for '

'ark< Monday Dorothy on Tyson a. bualaeas motored and to Enterprises to .Cuba ,soon.-Plant City x A ROLL OF HONOR BANK sell a standard lotion that is warranted to rempvef( /Mall CorpC, .- 'ling's., Drur.{ .Store- -':
xmr trip. Union County .
line*. *> blemishes. Our reputation "The Service Store"Starke
Dr. Cj F. Sayles, of, N.Miami Y., where left E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier freckles and facial + 1.k 1.
111' of Sunday for Syracuse A visit to our fountain
Mrs. C. H. Moore will spend the summer on his is behind every purchase. Fla.
bordTl11e be
Ga., have been Islt- and Mrs. Sayles have ,
relatives here for the last two farm. C.
eke been visiting her mother, Mrs. will refresh you.
L. Peek and Mrs. Sayles will I
*M. J. D. Moore and daughter leave for Syracuse later In -- ------------- -
t ta Virginia, of Waycrosa Ga.. season.

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t ,, FACTS SIX __ : __ ___ __ _____ __ __ __ __ 1 I't' .

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: +4>4>4>4>4>4>.4>4>4>4>4>..4)4>.4>4>.4>4>. Description (Continued See, T.from It. Page Three.) Tax*'. Sec. T. II. A. Owner A font I Description, See T. R. *. Own,.r

f nt .\.. Owner, A Costs _______28 S.-23 '
Sub. Dlv. Alfred Uui' .
I 14 de N to center, of Ry. n s
HAMPTON J JMl : track thence S on Ry to Lots 2 8 of Blk. 41 LlvlnM'- .
941 ft. hence W on sam Truby & Co. Sub
f ] ,*,* Ada Mmmo, Cor. .. variation tee ft. thenct. I, deeded beg. ex. to 4V4 H.A on IX W('side...It'I Dlv. __28 6 22 W. E. 8nvli

N at right angles to tft I I __ ______16-21 6 22 Investment Co. 85.34 Lot 3 of Blk. 42 Livingston
ft +.4>..4>.<>4>.4>4>.'4.4>+4>.4>.4>4H line of said 40-thence Eon 6.1i0 loan of NW--\ __ ___17 6 2l: 15 to Unknown22.3's Truby & Co*. Sub. L lv.__28WV4 6 22 Julius BuildUnknown ,
S 22 Knight --
1 1 said line to pt. of beg 20 S Vf. E. --------- N\V'tt' of of Blk. 43 LlvlngetonTruby
SW corofS
Hampton July 13.-Mrs. II. 13. S'1I of HE' Dr NVy LV otH" I I NWy&Hyy n\ of sa4ofSW4 't & Co. Sub. Dlv. __28 8 22 -

"x 5 A & N'ot __ 27.5 of N\V\. ____ ____17 8 22 7 Nancy Davis _______ 11.65 N'of B'k.: 46 Livingston
1 formerly Edward
CelRor of South Florida, and 8W'4.' of NWI/ ______ ____28 5 S3 as Mrs. M. E. I 9 A on \V side of N'W01: Truby & Co*. Sub. lv.-28 6 22 ir. a. Plgf"i 1
town I.t lit E ot Nty 01 N\V\\ ofNfy I.I, ... I of lot 2 of Blk. 48, Livingston -
of Ntt
a resident our 28 _________ 16.35. KW... ex. N 1 A. for
6 Techston
____ _______26 6 J. O.
% friends and relatives here. ot I church ____________17 B 22 8 W. T. Weeks ____________ tIi.6 Truby & Cos.
visiting Zvi of SE'.4 of NE1,4 : __ __ ___18 II U _______ 20.7 Sub. DIV. ___ ____- ___28 6 22 Jim English
4.40 of
_____ ___26 6 22 fi Aftnes Wilson __________ NN\. NF\\ 40 Unknown Dlk. N. J. JoneM. _
W. P. Blrt of Alachua county, SWI. SIAr of E2-8 of NW!. 01 Lot 6 6 of C. '_
E..... Dr SE44 of N1Vyi of _______13 B 22 Tleon ________ 14.30 add. to Starke __________28 6 22 It. Kerr ..
a business visitor here last ._____,_____.26 (23 ( D. C. KInlaw ?_______ 3.67W' IJ13 1-a 18 Sam
wax 8&
l4 Lots 2 Templesadd.
NEtI __ 14.00N of Hlk.
) ofloIt S\oJ\: ot 89'4 of ______18 8 U 20 Unknown _ 1 2
SW4 of NW1,4 _____21 6 22
01 __
Monday. ".:.... _______________26 6 22 S Ju, Robert _____ 4.40 of, IfE\4o HEI. 01SE 61.75 to of Stark Bile. 3 Templesadd. J. M. Truby
22 4 6
18 6 Lots
:::1 ''gyp'' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. DuBose of NW41\ of 8WI, of NF14 &&: St, of N\VI4 &: S--------------of no Unknown to Starke ---H 6 2! 1>. E. Knight:

Vero, who are on their way to iIy' of NEy4ofNWy. ot: NEt' _____19 IS 22 120 1>. 1. Ames _____ n.n Lot 1 2 8 4 of Blk S Temples -" -_
Chicago, 111., spent several days NYfy&N1.4ofNW4of' NI't of NEI4 1N1Vt4 1'-1: or NE% of NEt4 -----20 6 22 20 Truby 01: Hercules 16.05 Lots687&tot4ex-$3g add. to Stark __-_-_U 6 22 D. E. Knight .
NWl 01 I lon -
of NWyy ex.
i here with Mrs. Dullose mother. &NWT'ea "of'Eft& NW"LOI s : NW or. _______ _______21 6 22 40 Truby & Hercules ____ 22.64 ft. 7 In. of Blk. > Templesadd.
Jones. SW'f of : of BWV NW of SE'1 of SW'4 ___21 6 U 11) Ueo H. Weller _____11.70 to Starke _________28 6 23 Unknown _
& NKVi y
Mrs. David of SWVi 1 2 3 4 of Blk. 28 Temples .
ot \ Lot
13 A or NE' SWb..g. '
.i Misses May and Marlon Jones of of HWj SWV(.; ill& SWV SKV* of of NEt 8EJ r n. 387 Ntj ft. Ior NW cor.* add. to Starke ______23 6 S3 T. R. L. DaiirfiUnknown "',

of of and runE I Lot 6 of Blk. 23 Temples ..
NE'4 HW-4
left this week for Philadelphia of 8W i &: NWV... of.NWVi of HWV of offKt 862 ft. S 567 ft. W 1048 add. to Starke _______--28 < 22 .
where they will visit their aunt, :\ & SWV I* of NW 01I'm' ft. thence N 18 Ie. E to Lot 12 13 14 of Blk. 27 --.-_
SKIt: NEV ex.4y A off E end Temples add. to Staa'ke28 6 22 Reginald .
after of beg. _
Kammerer of NEV
C. ,
Mrs. Wm. : & WV "
__ ____21 1 22 Ino._ 84.S also EVi of Blk. II S of R. Lot. 3 4 6 8 of Blk. 31i, -.
,$,F'4; _______ 170'Brevard Ptoprertles, 23
__ 28 6
which they will visit Important W all fracls S of Blk. Peeks add. to Starke F. I Turner _
SW4! of NW yes of NE1,6 __21 I U 10 Mrs O. O Watt ?_____ 7.76 4 & ___- _.
1 B. RI.In.'s .- -
,, Lots 7 8 of Blk. --
6Bof R 8 W In NWV
cities: of California, and other N"i[ of WM of NW'of of of SWVi Temple' Sub.* add. lo Starke ____28 6 23 Geo. H. Weller .

1 points of Interest In the western NJ'NEV: ex.Sr. 800 E'4;'ft.of E NWi& W:: by Dlv. -' 2V A __________21 8 22 13 p. C. Goodwin Bet: _,__ !I.TO Lot 10 11 12 13 :4 of Blk. --- h.
r4 ..it 0 23
add. to Stark
E side NWtNofltlk.28ofRS' ( C Rising' Oeo. H. Weller .
1020ft.N&Hon' ?
I ff "y tales. & JA In SW cor. of W &: NEVi. of Blk. 2 H of AllBIks.D10FHI3KL --------.

Rev. Lewis of Waldo preachedat HWViof NFof NE<,4 & e \ K 3 W In Temple's I Sub. KlHlnsr'H add. to Starke28 0 22 Geo. H. Weller
the First Baptist church last "'LilofNW..of8W\ .of ," ;.' ,J' I Dlv. .. __ 21 8 2'2 10 Unknown _______.23.2.! Com. on E aide of Walnut -----

NKVi\ & S'jf' of SWJ*' of E4 of 11k.1SR21V& St. at NW cor. of Baptist
Sunday morning and evening. & NEvi I of NWVi & 'Y"t e J 11 E&: i, of Hlk. 2SR2Win parsonage lot && run E

( i Mrs. r>. Q. Jones visited her 8E'of NEVi SEVi of NW & ... ';'" Temple' Sub' Dlv. ______21 8 22 10 Unknown _____ 87.64Lots 210ft.N 70 ft. W 210 ft
> & 1 Plnehurvt 1 to Walnut St. thence S on
dI' v daughter Mrs D. W. Moore\ of NWVi FI I.L of of SK'4 I SKV*of of NW\NW/, of Jefor: -_-------21 6 22 Wm. M. Thomas _______ 8.87: said St. to beg. In Starke28 8 23 D. E. Knight

week. N1'&N'sof NWV... of 8 ..1_ Lot 7 of Blk. 1 Plnehuret Lots 1 2 8 4 9 101112 of
Theressa this NW4&8-. of NEV... of Development -------,21 6 22 Unoknown ______ 2.21 Blk. 8 J. U. Alveres add.
Misses Jessie Williams audReba "HWV, of NWV4' &: HVj\ of "II .k 'L' Lots 3 5 12 of Blk. 2 Plnehurst to Starke -28 8 22 Fred Beck h_
for of NWi. Nft of Development21 6 22 Unknown __---_____ 1S.26 Lot 1 2 8 4 9 10 11 12 of ---------
Maxwell left last Saturday 8W4 .8o
of NV4 of NWVi of SW'4 Lot 7 8 of Blk 2 Plnehurst Blk. 4 J. O. Alvarez add.

s, q f k :' Hellbronn Springs, where they & !HK ,' of NWV* of SW Lots8456789100fB1k. Lot 4 of Blk. 1 Wynn's add. -
teachers of SWVi & W". '
I7 p have accepted a position as &of SV' of SWV: of HWVi & '!Ii; 4 Flnehurst Development 21 8 23 Unknown _____ 1S.26 to Starke -28 8 22 nev W. E. Daugh>- .
In the public school. Their K"", of SFrof HWV.. & Lots 12 13 14 of Blk I Blk. 8 (not Sub. Dlv.) Dow- --
of MISW44 otNWV 6 Plnehurst Development. ling's Sub. Dlv. -28 8 22 Unknown _
their school today. !Ht1
t4 work began In of SEU & NVi! orNWVi 21 6 22 Unknown ______ 1.7815.0E Lot 1 of Blk. 1 City Park

',. As it Is located In a farming section \* of SEV* &: N14 of WH of B1-------------- ,' Sub. Dlv. -23 8 22 Unknown _
get better NE'1. of SE & SE& of lying E of W line of NEViof Lot 3 of Blk. 2 City Park ---

and the children can F34, __,__ _________28 B 22 393 Brevard Properties, Inc.IH.ULot. < SWVi\ In Temple's Sub. Sub. Dlv. -28 8 22 __ Unknown _
1 advantages when the school be- f 10 46 47 In Wood- Div _____________21 8 22 6 Rufus Rlgsby _______ Lo11687890f Blk. 3
d ___ _____29 B 22 40 Beatrice M. Gilbert ____ 18.31 Prac-1 NWVi of Blk. 2 S City Park Sub. Dlv. ____28 8 22 Unknown _
71re 1 i gins early 8\iio"Mo t 2 2"&"all lotif 27 2* of R 2 E com. at NW cor. Lot IS of Blk. 6 City Park
Miss Jathryn'eest has recently 36 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 of 11k.&runS110ft.to Sub. Dlv. -23 6 22 Nora Bias _
cousla 44 41) 63 54 In Woodlawn.29 B 22 145 Hector Cameron _____ 64.71 land deeded to H. Jones Lots 4 8 of Blk. 8 City Park -- ---
% 1 : been the guest of her Lot 29 & SW of 40 & W 4 thence E along Bald line Sub. Div. _______________28 8 23 Unknown -
r I j Misses Thelma and Hilda Sullivanof of lots 4H 49. "*" all lots 60 4 of Jonen' land, 320 ft. Lot 8 9 23 24 27 of Blk. 7 ----

& 61 Woodlawn ______29 5 22 45 Mrs. Laura A Blssell __ 21.37 thence N along: public City Park Hub. Dlv. ____28 6 22 Unknown ..
f I' TheresHu. Lot 1675&N'Aoflot16 road to line between. 3 Acre. In SWV4, bounded N -- -'

Mrs. D.V.. Moore\ of Theressa, &c Its 28 3* 40' 45 46 47 49 Ulkel & 2 thenceV "by J. U. Alvares add. E by
62 63 6160 61 In Wood- n Ion IT said line to beg. In Adams St. If extended S
was a visitor here this week. lawn __. _____________80 5 22 185 Beatrice M. Gilbert _____ 73.8! Temple's Sub. Dlv. 21 8 23: 2 R. 5!. Sparkman ________ 7.10 by Ry. land, W by Ueo.
Mrs.\ O. L. Harrison and children Lot !1 if() 89 & WV of lot 63 Elgoffik,1HofT213 Tompaet Lands -2* 6 22 Fred Beck __
relative In Woodlawn ___-80 5 22 25 Mrs. Laura A. Blssell __ 13.27E'iI.of & Wi of Ink l8of R One lot of land In Starke h'
i j 1 who have ben visiting lot 14 & all lot 15 In 3 K & SEVi of Blk. 1 N 262ft.N&Sby 210 ft. E

kYt ; In Alabama, have returnedto W'lcwllnwn __________80 B 22 15wr.. N. Norman ________ 10.91Lot I of II2E&NWy fit Dlk.I & W bounded N by St. &
t 9 & W4 of lot 24 & all 8 of R 2 E & N14 of E by Sandervon Lane ____28 6 23 Mrs. Ada Sauont .
their home here. < lot 25 In \"oorJlawn ____80 B 22 28 J. M. Dukes ________ 14.30Lot. !HWV,, of Blk. 1 3 of R Com. 151 Mi ft. E of NE cor. n --
t'' S Miss\ Ada Nimmo spent the week 4 6 6 12 19 20 21 28 2E&N'. of SW01 Blk.1I of Broadway & Hoyt St*.,
& of 1 N of Ii 2 E I e' N side of Hoyt St. &
83 311 WV4
30 31 on
end with Mrs.\ R. M. Faver of Lake 29 lot 44 In Woudlawn _____31 6 22 135 Beatrice M. Gilbert __-__ 60.6E Div.I ________:______22 8 22 17 Unknown _______ 24.74 run E 106 ft. N 106 ft. W
a Geneva Lote12&yi0fint9&' NE.. 01 N\V4! ____________23 8 za 40 Unknown _____ 29.8t 105 ft. S lOG ft. to beg.
4 11 & all lots U..I. at N\V cor 0' SWJ,4, Starke _28 6 22
E ; KH I eif lot In Rev W. E. Daugherty _.
$ i $ W. P. Blrt and son, W. M. Blrt, 13 16 I lot 23 otV4\ &: run S 10 yds.E Com. 262V& ft. E of NE cor.

of Alachua county, were business & all tll&:2r10 013I 46 51 : 140 ydB. N 10 yd. \V of Brodway & Hoyt Sta.
li ; In Woodlawn .. -31 5 22 115 Mrs. Laura A. BlsielU._ 52.43 141) yde. to b..g.-2 acres 2t: I 22 2 Eugene Cox ?__ 8.6Go on N side of Hoyt St. &
visitors here last Monday. Lot 63 66 67 68 In Wood-- WIAof Btlof SE.y4ofSWv4 run N 105 ft. E 62Va ft. S::
i I Miss O'June Adkins spent theweekend lawn -_________.31 5 22 40 Mr*. Maude Walnwrlght. 21.01 nt sW'.t __ _______22 8 Z3 1 Modlna Byrd __ __ 6,05SI' : 106 ft. W B2& ft. to beg.
4 Lots 6 12 In Woodlawn -.83 5 22 20 j. U. Walnwrlght ______ 10.61Bt f of NEt. ot NEof In Starke -28 6 22 Rev. w. E. Daugherty .
l1. with Mist Rhoda Zelgler !\ of NBVj" &: E'i\ of WV4 SE'.4 ____21 6 U 6 Mrs. Elbe flews. 4.40 Btk. 6 In Gasklns add. to

of Theressa. \ of NE'i & NV4\ of NEVi' of N4> of NEya'ot SEy: of Starke -29 6 22 4 Unknown .___
a SEVi &: NEVi. of NWV4 of SE'/ ____---22 6 23 IS S. S. Silcox _______ 8.0B Lot 1 2 15 16 leB E 20 ft. -
4 Mrs. A. A, Johns of South Florida ut.i" _-____________33 B 22 150 E. L. Crews ________ 8t.f12 Nu' ntSW1/NEW, ______U 1 23 20 Unknown __ 11.05 & % A In NE cor. of SEVi'
50/ the guest of Mrs. A. A. HKV' of I. NEB' of HR'4WVi : ______83 fi 22 10 Mrs. II. C. Crews ___ 1.75 All rii'oa 0t NEy, : SEy4S of SEVi" less E 20 ft. In
/ was of SWV* of NE'7t &: E1,4 ________ ______U 0 22 D Mrs. Eme Howe ____ 11.86 Starke -:-_____29JVj 8* o. C. Sweat .
Durden and Mrs. A. A. McDonald. of NKV'* of NWV, & HW Portion ot EyG of NE'4 of Acres In SEV4 of SEJ4'

Rev. Dickson of Jacksonville, of NKV: of NW*' & HK E4' lying: pugfto StarkMid. & 1 A In NEW of SE&\
& NWVi of NWti lelurg road-
of NWV known the Butch place
12'f a appointment ____________23 0 n J'. A. Howe ___ .. 8.65N.v as
will fill his regular & K'!4 of SWVi\ of NWVi 4 12 11.10f A. 13 In Startte ** 22 4V.. N. Johnson _
__ _________25 6 23 Hunt ____ 19.42NI -------r-T h
and NWV. of HWJ( of NWV* & of \VIi 40 Oeo A. 3 1-7 Acres of land boundedE
: 1 here next Sunday morning I NWV of SWV J. t f't evening as pastor of the First of NWVi of H\V\i E'-1 01 NWJ,4, of SE ofSWoia W by Westmoreland
___ ____U 6 U C. Herndon _____ 8.81 Ky.
church. & NEVi. of 8WU &: SVi of \ 5 Martha St. & N by N line of SEVi
Christian & 0f AFU'of !S131' ____26 0 23 20 V E. Larsen _____ 11.40
!HWHEV & H I4;. of HE /# : N'4 of SEV4' -2t! 4 22 3 Bert Bogart ___ .
Dr. E. L. Biggs was a professional NW of nP.4'y: \V of SWy4of81VV&S44: Com. at SE cor. of SEVi 01lH'toSev -

{ visitor here last Monday. & <{RV: of NWVi\ of HKV4 o[ NW'44 of SW4 also 29 & run W 375
I & BWU. of N"of; SEVi-\ 33 t 22 430 Brevard Properties Ine.08.28 corn. 19"w2.'".or S4"'Z : line of E. W.
f Mills Carolyn Delk, who has HW & cor. of \ & triggers' land thence N

; been visiting friends and relatives ,, rtW V\%i of Vy4fof! \ NEVi\ & run E 147 ytl". N lie yde.W on said land 242 ft. to a
r of NWVi o NWVi" of 147 ytlM. S 110 yd. tobeg.3 .
of thence N
I In Jacksonville, returned to her NI,.:t' & W'' of S"i ofJl'.Vi 1-3 A _____24 8 21 U TheO TI.on _r___ 81,441Vys pt.Bald line beg 478 ft. W 360 on ft.
\ : Sd14 ____ 23 ______ 11.40
27 6 Futch
.' home here last Sunday. NW-,. of & NWVi !\ ot SN'. 01 20 J. E. S 478 ft. E 360 ft. to beg.
I & NW of NWVi of HWVi ; 4A; In toE .or. of NEW, 4 A In BE'4 01 SE\ ____29 22 4 Mrs. Rachel MrArthur __
Miss Hilda Durden has as her & K %, of SV4' ol? NW' olw'iVoF SFYo:' booing 3 AN&: S
HWVi & N'. of NEV* of by 1'-2 A EI & W ________27 8 za 5 Theo. TI.on ______ 4.70 All Sof60ft.N&Wofcanal -
Miss j line Lake
this week her parallel to
guest HW} & 8W /. of NE'.,. of \; 8E:'.. of NFy .x. about R A .. where there a
e. was
: Ruby Dyal of Tampa. W344&N'yofNW'; t 4of a ort I E side &: 3 A In NW cow of orange treed and
cor4A In SW ror. &
HK'i & HK'of : :
there the line to be 10 ft.
... ........ ........... "''N',, & N Nil I':' of. .) !St. S''y \I AInNEcor1AInNWcor.NE's of BE'/ ex. about 4 S of the row of orange ,
10 A i In 'or '
or SEVi len lly. & highway / &: 4ty A tn HI' 1'01'27 8 22 115 Unknown ___ 81.14 trees In /.01f NWy410A&N 4&SW
: ZIFF : I"\"ht..t way & i A ,' I ", .. Com. 21J0. ft. \V of NE cor. .SWVi
of 2 A inNW
\ NVVVi ex.
In SEVi: 1'4' of SEVi! of \V.? of NW14 of SE'4of
Bliss Opal Lewis Cor. & 8'g of HW'/4' _-__34 5 22 492 Brevard. Properties, Ine 4iS.74 NE/ &: run B 245 ft. cor. for cemet..ry3 6 22 126V.. N. LaDue _
S 8 A of Nto: ofNE
tt. 01V'ria 344
of SW'or NW'i of W 109 N 245 ft. EI 109 .
; I' t ..4>4>4>.4>4>4>4>*.4>4>.4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4>4Zlff > \V"j 8\VVi! \ __- 34 1t2: 6 Mrs. II. C. Crews ______ 4.40 ft tG b..g.. ________._ ___28 8' 22 Geneva Towne _.____. '.96 \1&N'", of NWU of
of NfiVi _____ ___
HoSN4\ \ & Nip of iota'. One A In N\V COl' 01 S\V'.4 NEVI -- 81 6 22 13 Q. C. Sweat __ n'

13. Mr. mid, Mrs. R. ot NW'4 & SI' .:t4 of !oI1I1f I::* of 1'1'1'. In Starke ______28 8 22 1 Dr. O. L. Haynes __ 73.73 Com. ah SE cor. of NWVi of
July -- NW4&1V'; ofHW 3 A In N\V} cor 01 Nyl ofSWy4 SE'i & run N 280 yds. t.V

R. Thomas and daughter. Hazel, 0' : of NW,).. & SW}, of NWJ,4, _________.28 S Z2 8 Oeo. II. Weller ______ 11.70 a pt. of beg thence W 21*
NtVil' & or N\V Lot I ot 131k. I orIginAl ftX 210 tt. E 210 ft. S
: lir. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas, were of HW & N'4'. 01 B\VI/or Town of Slarl ________2' 0 22 Unknown 4.40 210 ft. to beg.2Aon
t. jrlsltors! to Starke Monday after- of IIWI.. .& sWof I''WI y4 Lot 3 DC JJlk. 1 original N elde'ot a 7V4 a lot of
I \V14&SI'P: [;i't of sw(,* Town of Stnrke _________28 8 22 Unknown 1I.31i land In NWH. of SEH _-81 8 22 8 Jas. Albert __ .
noon. a NII of $IWVl FI'Itcl. lot 5 of 131k. 1 & land 2. Acres beg. at SE cor. of
r14 Miss Opal Lewis spent several A to W111stan\ ,.Je'.le. \ E of lot 5 to church St. wly; of NWV of SE'run / &
10aInSEcor&SEy: ; original Town of Rtarke28.8 22 W. E. Daulrherty __ 4.10 N 140 yds.. W 70 yds.S .
with her
days In Graham last week ..,.. SW1: 01 SWy0.. Lots G II 7 8 of Ulk. 10 ol'lgInal 140 yds. E 70 yds. to
r4't i sister, Mrs. I. W. Dyal. !N14! _ __ _. _____81 I II 40 Drevard Properties, Inll2U.U Town 01 Starke n28 8 23 Rev W. E:Dauehlll'ty 48.2 beg. Also com. 140_ yd.*.
1 \ Lots 2 4 & W 40 ft. of lots N of SE cor. orV' of
u Mr. Blrt llrltt of Graham, spent! NII1fti&NNWV&V: ; / of NI'': a ofNr.'Se o &: 8 of 131k 16 original r7Wf't of SEVt & run N

a several days last week with his 01 "$' WI44 &: F;:I of Town ot Starke ________25 6 22 N. B. Hull ____________256.41 W 35 ft. S 27 ft.
41 SWs. "f SEll01 N1vy.__36 I U .10 Dank 01 WItU.ton .___ II.U Com. 38 1-8 ft. W of SE cor. Ii: 35 ft. to beg. _______.32 8 23 2 L. C. Boggs _
brother-in-law, T. I). Dyal. Lots \6 21-la .Acree InPeet..vUhL 01 lot 7 of Dlk. 17 & run All SVi of SEV. K: of ny.-

(' Miss Thelma Stokes spent the _- _________35 I II It J. J. Strong _____:..____ ..1>1W'1' ft. 1Y 1.3 ft. B fi A ______________-_32 6 22 B Unknown __I
of NF'I: of NI.I.t &: ron to Call; : E9U1.3 Lot 1 2 3 6 7 of Blk. 4
week-end near Graham with his ot NFr'of: Nt's & ft to beg original Town Lincoln City ____________32 6 22 Hannah Boggs --

Ir : t ikt grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. N1f,4 01 tlNIof NI'J &: 01 Starke _______________25 8 23 Sam Ro.enberlf ____111.4D..III' Lots 2 6 of Blk. 13 Lincoln .
t ':' of SW4i of NE + & at N\V cor of Call 10: Lotl: ------33 8 22 A. J. Williams ----
Dyal. N144 of HW. 01 NE & Walnut Ste &: run W on I-ri'lk.---5---Lincoln;

r '' Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Lewis was NWr' o'--1"E'4" "N orE4 Call Rt. 149 ft. 2 In. to a City ---____.:._______32 6 23 Willie Aiken .---.
1 & 8 01 Jom. at NW cor. of NWVi\ otNWH
: of BFy4\ pt. of belli' thence N 105
business visitors to hake Butler -\'V\ 1 of NIof: Bm } &: ft. Wleft.S103ft.E16 \ & run E 625 ft. S

Tuesday. Wy of NW\ of 811: y4 & It. to "eoI In Ulk. 17 orIs.Iflnal 106 ft. W 526 ft. N 105 ft.
$54 of F of NW 4 0fI a Town ot Starke2S 1 U D. E. Knight _? &S.H to b K--1V4 A __________33 6 23 2 Unknown ------
Y y Mr. and Mrs. Roy Manning and 'tit of SE, &: N3. 01 ot SW &
I I \ & One lot on N side of Call St SEJ4. %, : NEy4of
j) little daughter, Margaret, of Tam !N1Wt44, of of N1VW,>\ 10: 112... 1t.E&Wby210ft. Sw.;.. -___________83 6 22 60 G. C. Sweat --
I' y \ NL44! & N &; iii bounded N by Jefferson SE Lol NWy &: E'ril 01
pa spent a few days here with Fr: ,1 NE\4\ 01 NW'4 01 I 8t. \V by land of Swv. 01 NW1,4 -_________83 8 22 60 D. E. Knight .
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley N\V..y. _____ _______36 1 II BG5 Rr.vard Pl'or.rtl8ll.. Ine6S.10 Vida V Morgan 8 CallSt. Three A In SW cor of SW4!
J All __ .____ 1 6 U 64\1 Mrs. M. 1,). Edwards __804.03 & E by Blk. IT YC orig.inat of NWy W 01 Ity. -_____ 8 22 8 King Chandler -----.-

} Mrs Annie Milliard and chili NFtt: lif NEya'I:! & ts'l 0': Town of IHarke: ____28 6 22 Sam Rosenburg ____ 48.04 Beg. 674 ft. E of .SW cor.
i dren. Mr. Lee Milliard Vtrgle and : N1'4y' \ Lots 5 1 e". E 110 ft. oft part of NWV* of 8WV.* thence
t NW4ofi4w&sr: 1,: ofN1Yt4 ot lots 6 &: 8 01 Rlk IS N 17Va d... E 157 ft. thence
Annae Mae of Arlbly, spent NW7. of 8E\___ 2 6 U 320 Mrs. lit. E. Edwards __153.44HE4 original Town of Starkeas 6 22 D. E. Knight ____ 93.n N 72i" de. W 661 ft. to Ry.
and I \ of NE .________ 1\ II sa 40 1.lnle Shaw _________19.42A1Yt One horse and lot In Ulk.I w right of way thence S
Thursday here with his sister of F'1 _______ ______ 2 8 U 40 Ell Urltlls ____________ 19.43 known all Starke parallel with Ry. 145 ft.
brother-in-law, Mrs. Dirt Stokes NW'4 of ] of BWV4. __ a 8 U 10 Inknown_ ____ 7.11 House bounded N hy Call thence S 71V4 de. E 561

1'' and Mr. T. D. Dyal. 8WI of HWL & 183e of $t. W Peek S by ft. to beg.2 A --______33 8 22 2 G. C. Sweat ____
SEy4. of SE4 ______ a 8 U 10 btra lit. E. Edwards 38.89 Rivers bL ;'hI; lot of J. E.Fitch All NWV.\ of SWV E of .
( Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis and 8"" ot NW\4\ or SWyI _____ a 8 U 2\1 Unknown ____. Z_ 11.40 original Town of Ex. about 2 A In SW cor.__33 8 22 22 P. E. Johns

x Graham N'll6 yd.. of NW\I of SEy.W a k- 2S 8 22 D. E. Knight ______ 117.11 Um'at NB cor, of SWVi\ of
children spent Sunday near ---------
or By.--------- 3 8 U 10 Vnknown _________ .05AI Lots 1 5 & fracl.: lots A R IIW\* & run S SH chns.
with Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal. % SFj Ry, W 'V 10
50 01 Blk. 24origninal
ex. ft. of said
I ..r'J: liit yds. __ s 6 U 20 J. E. Starling _______;.__ 11.35NI. town 01 Starke28 II 22 T. N. Llmbaueh ______ 11.86 SW" o'/sVv.Jhe'n'c E to ..

.,. $W3 &NWy4o&NW! E3.. of lots 1 3 5 of JUk. _____33 6 22 2 a. C. Sweat -
The Florida Motor Lines an- & \ of : 28 orl.lnal Town of SEyE : of N\V\40oNrwvi_____U 6 22 10 Unknown -
nounce summer excursion trips to nf Slh & Nla, IIf SEy__ 4 8 U 820 Sirs. bh E. Edwards __170.19 Starke ---------- 8 22 O. C. Sweat & SI.ten -- 12.00 "SV' \. of swy of SEV. ____34 6 22 20 Sam Hoe nb r"
%V'hofIr1V44&NWy: otElWI. Lots 2 4 8w oosr Com. at j,1.. cur of ST-..... 01
Asheville with round-trip rates including .. & N 8 Acres of S1vI/4. &
3 6 of 1I1k. 21f e.. one run N 733 1-3
HSV4' 0' NWy ___________ 1 0 22 128 Fan"le E. Puttee ___ 58.1 lot W 6 94 ft. ft.
and of 'j 10 ft In NW 8 733
l r expenses E'" or NN'f .____________ 6 6 23 60( F'.1. Pattee ___________ 85.67 original square Town of 594!" ft to 1-3 It. E
cor ___
+ r' ____ 20.77 _31 6 22 10 R. L. Lee
They U F..J. Pattee be---------
the __ 40
side-trips in mountains. NLy4 __ 8 6 (
NW1,6 of -
un Stark.----------------28 6 22 T. W. Sweat E.t. ____ 118.88 SYof \ \ ___ Holllngsworth
_36 8 22 40 l-. C.
.. ___ .____________ 7 0 U 160 Unknown----------- 10.88
$Fly a. 80- 14E1.4
trips will take ten days and makea .II'; :y4{ .,f ;..1"u___ 7 6 23 40( O. L. Undel'hlJl ________ 18.06 Ey of Blk. ae extendedwt S fSVI\* ---------___ 6 23 40 Ellas. MooreSEV ----:==
En..ey 105 -
h -
: map "x. ------U 6 22 40 Q. C Sweat -
nice vacation for the busy manE '' 2 A In SWenr :
1Yly of $ >l. ft. original Town of of SEI. 6 40 A. J. Miller\
Nt154 'LE\ ------- 22
E or woman who does not wish to '. 01 of 01 of W\_. &: 8 6 22 103 Unknown 68.18 Starke lk.--ii3-j"L28 6 II F. n. Lone -_________ 12.30 10 11 17 of "Bfk."I
W'''' IH'4 SW'4 r. Lots 6 7 Lake
; drive a an can get practically ot of SE' _____ 8 6 U 21) Richard Robinson ____ 10.67 Klngsley Heights
NWl "
cur '
St4 Johns arlt. 'Ital'ke2S! 8 I
to II Susan M. Wllle ___ 17.It LotNso' "----'-'---__** 8 23 S. Pearlman
ot NW &
the same benefits with less effort N1 : E't Nby : Lot 7 01 Blk. 6. stonTruhy 24127 "of Blk. 8 Lake

I i \t'4 ot NW\4\ & 01.SElt Mrs 'r E. Edwards ____tn.o &: Cos add. to Klngsley Heights No. 188 6 23 Mrs. Sorry Mer-ltt -
and expense. The excursion busies .__________ 9 6 IS 380 Lots
Starke 31 32
8 awls of SW __ II 6 U 21) John Toplln ____?___ 11.05 ------------:2S 6 22 Livingston, Truby'" Co- 2.151 of Blk. 3 Laic -
...lllleave Tampa and Orlando. u Lots 6 of Blk. 6 Livingston h-lngsley Heights No. 1 ,_36 6 23 rT.. R. Sworner ---
$i&V8W'4' off LFIyalt i Syyof Truby &; COli. ad... to Lots :.3: 23 of Blk la Lake ,

___ ZS 1 U O. W. Sn.ll.rove ___ '.315 Kln.sl"y heights No.1 __" 6 23 Miss Florin R Cohen.
"Brudder Johuou," smilingly I:4W: aWv F.1 ot Ity.Y4:\ 'AIO 8 U lU 'Vm. E. Yal'broll.h ____ 113.00 Lots aI\el 9 ioork: 11 LlvIngaton : Lots 13 14 of Ulk. 17 Lake,

4 E',\ of uf NWI'ljI ,, & Ollreath ____ 44.14 Truby &: Cos.add. >. I _.36 8 23 S. F. McDuffle -
asked the visiting pastor upon his \ ot HI:1of. NW}. __10 6 It 40 Marks& 'nof'sew-SiU0hN"vvNy\ |
Hlnckle II.U to Starke 8 23 C. L. Underhill .. 17.14LlvlnR'.tf L 2 7 23 20 Mrs. Leah Uappcor.
second helping of fowl: "Do de E".or NWy of NW. _____10 6 II 31) 1'1. E. Lots 66789 riii : i2S ? ...
Edwards Ji..at? .Nw cor of NE'vi'of
Nl" of NW",., 11 6 U SO Mre. M. E. 18.89
>n. Truby & Coe. SW44 &: run E 2o
St : & white fo'ks round hear keeps S.;'W 5 otfjNWy4 &}:4WV of SW4!& add to j,1tark., __________28 II U Unknown ----- IS.83 20 rde. W 20 rd.. N 20 rds.rd.S. ..
tOilckensT" \ RWj-4 Lot 8 II 10 II of Blk. 19 to beg.-6 A --- 2 7 23 5 Mrs. Elisabeth Ollasoa.Wt
of ofS4 ------
Wu of E'ril NE4! --- -
Alexander pried loose a wing: _________.___11 1 II 190 Wm. m. YarbrouaJa n.n Livingston. Truby &! Cos.add. HE of NW\" ------------ 2 7 U 80 Unknown s"E"t-
Dr. O. L. 16.10 to Starke --- -- 6 U Livingston, Trubr: 10 Co.- 9.81 't 2 40 Mrs M. O. Richard
Fyy 0 !'IF.l. 01 SW ______11 6 II 20 HaYD. i ;; 0f ------------ 7 23 -
"No. sub! he responded, "but Ft9: of RWL, of SFl', _____11 6 U 10 H. H. Spencer ____ 1.40 Lots 1 E 18 14 of Ir1k. 4 NE4 8 ,fo L NW, ----- 3 7 I. 40 Sam Ro enberg
i : l day tries hard enouft too." 1 1.11.. of NNt: of SWV\ ____11 6 U 10 D. P.'Sbhack.Uord -- !-- 7.15 Llvlngeton Truby & Cos.add. 0 tI of $ /, Sj1'y- 3 7 21 10 Ous C. Edwardr- :
$Etj 01 SN'4 & NW4! of Lot. B. to 9 1"Jt": rkrJ\k-i5-i._--28: I II Unknown ____ 15.85 ;:/ "Of \\\-Of\ S\V\o-o\ \ ____: a 7 u 20 Mr*. Margaret Wllsoe-

$Lt ___U 6 :II 80 Wm. E. Yarbroueh lS.n \V 'r ... --- 4 7 22 40 S. E. Sweat _
- IK TIIH nie/rnif'T ('01 UT OK TUBlINITKIt F.... or NFt: o---------RW\\ ____.19 6 II 10 J. C.Efromeon ______ u.n ingston" Truby & Cos.add. 4 NWy of W' -_ 4 7 2. 20 Unknown
__ \ sl'1'rKr FOIL TIIH W" of SW, of 0 U 10 B. P. Shack.llord ___ 11.40 tg Stark.------------33 II U Livingston, Trubr: & Co._ 9.81 Eyy of SEy13 of NE\4\ & sWy4
I SO ll'l'II 1:11" IIIX'IKICT :'; of l 1oJ.ty nl 8EI4. of SWI19 6 U 10 F. A. Powell ______ 7.15 Lots 1 7 of 131k. 28 swtSEr N rE u______ 4 7 2t: SO Sam Rosenberg
_ UK KLOIUIIV NT 44 01 N..:,. of SW'4 __14 6 U 10 C. T. SlJcox ____ 7.15 Livingston Truby & Co. N\V .
W'of of NWy. 018WII add. to Starke ______nU 8 :II W. E. Dauaberty 15.65 cor. & 6AInSW
NE"'t 'V 0' lots 81110 II 01 Blk. cor ---- II S3 F. J. Pattee
IN THE MATTER OF: 10 rip 40 ft. wideV 228 AI "V.7 'I 12
Sam Rosenberg, Hankrupt. \ fir same ._ ____ .____14 8 U 1 John J'. Conway: ___ t.70 Livingston, Tl'ubT & less -f--S------------- .
IN BANKRUPTCY.TO All NW'\4\ 01 SW'4\ W of Cos, add. to rkeai)___:28 4 II .Unknown ------ 11.00InR'&ton 2AInNW, S 3 A S 'I II 7 Sam Rosenberg

the Creditor of the Bankrupt ny. __ __.._________11 8 U 9 Andrew MRollins ___ 11,70SWy4 Lots 1 1 4 7 of corofEf
aforeald \ of NYyV.. 01 NE\I11 6 U 10 Texas. Robln.on __ 11.40 Tl'ubr: & Cos.add. NEI4\ of $E\o-o\ W of Road_ 8 7 II S Unknown -
1 Notice Is hereby given that th.r.tllltl.baank of s'wv. or NEly _-:1G 6 U :0 Unknown ----- 11.10 SVu to "tark. __________::18 8 II-C. L. Peek _--- 470 Eu4foW.LV\4--------! \ ____ 'I 7 U 40 a. C. Sweat -- -
meeting of the cerdltor fi of NE44 s : of Blk. 6 Llvln.ston. : : .. S '
i : aforeiald at the office :t1 bounlte\;\ N by land 01 ruby & Co. Hub. Dly.28 12 Rose Cox ____ 1110 of W'riI of NE\06\ of $Wy:
of the undrlgnd Referee In N. D. Haeaman S by Lot I ot Blk. 13 Livingston also com. J ",bn.. S 01 WN
Bankruptcy In rbe First National Center et. E Ry. less Truby" Co. Sub. Dlv.28 S II S. I{. Kelley 11.TO of NEVi\ of SW'4 &
Sn Lots 1 a 4 of Blk. 29 run S t
Bank Building Tampa Florida on 100 n. s cor also LIYln.- N ohn. E 8" ehn.
7 July II, 1928 at 2 o'clock In the 20 A of recs. ItI &: U described .' ston Truby & Coo Sub. 3 ebn. W 2344 chns toE '
r afternoon for the : PassIng a. follow.: B..II' .' Div. --- -- --ill / II: Joe Haaa.n U.OO b.-l acre I. JH.. McGrudaf -'
r purposes declaring In cetner Lots 1 j -0; E r Bik i:: \ of W4j 01 NNW'! T J"
attorney' fee*: a
on : .
first and final dividend : and transacting I :flafl.liol an Oo tRr Livingston, ruby & Co. '. := W1-t 01 Eye 01 NW4.SW4 !

,,{, such other and further bul- I center of Ry. tract nearTemples Sub. Diy. E'ofLivingston ________11 II Sam Then ___ U.10 N1iVy4 -- 9 7 33 20 Unknown -
Lot. I J Blk. U 01
before Store 10 run W or NW4----" _10
flees as may properly come : 7 32 40 A. J. Grtffls -
Y aid meeting. 14 de. N 1320 n. thence N' T"rubr: & Co. NEUOI NE 344 _IS 7 SI -
NEly4 600 -
y Sub, 1a 4 II Sam Thou Unknown
8.15 _
r + H. P. BAYA. 14 de. W 860 ft. thence E Ij'1: ------- ro 11 1 SI 40 --
f ,'K 1 Referee In Bankruptcy 14 de. N lUO ft. thence N o Lots 3 4.r. BIk.: 18 Nit of SEya or NEB;: IT T sa 20 bfrs. Bartle TerrlU

Dated Tampa, Fla., July 6, I9tf. U de, W GdO ft. thence m Livingston ruby: t. Co.. (Continued on Page Seven.)

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.- -_. -- Tn\es )loul\II'1\ i nl.u'u ,',.: f iirnlHhini' /; r
-- -- 1 nl l'II'> liUllcllliK', r j .
.(I t listsft. ollli'l \\ l .c 1111\11\ i I'
'..lit Inned from Pa/re/ SI:&.) .. .,. Owner. lAt..I.// l>r I.rlpt".u Sri-. T. II. \. Owner Hi'hKi'l Ki""inls \\ltl\lti' nald dIMrlit '
If.... T. It. .
Description for the.* cxrlUNl\c II'" of tho 9.HIhi"In
... T. n. .t.. 0".... &.1 : FI'a.lutM\ ,or Blks.. A & B 1.14 III mild district, anil thl. j
!!I. _. ._ :32\ 7 82 Unknown --------- 6.71 l'eek"d\\. __ __ _._.18 < 22 C. L. ft J. L. Peek -- -- Uoarcl having ,duly considered said

BISkWI --22 lots 25 by 125 Lots 7 S lllk. B Rising's /IadI. J. M. Rising ____..______ 4.M petition and thn fuct :stated therein ..
W ____ _18, 6 23 that ldpotltlon
"I 7 U 18 J.L l\cOrudel'\ ________ 8.88 Hampton Park NE>41f and having determined -
SK > seo. 31 SWU ofNWI Lot. 3 4 5 !9 Rlk. 6 Rising'sL.OIS T.80 In slgiifd by more tluin 2i .
rt U 82 E. Onann ------- -- --- -- I

\ "' W In 87 Durden & Ua.rpn ______ 11I.49.I : V & WV. of NWi(', ofBlk. 7 23 Unknown h_______ 6.71 ..tio- II 13 13 14 lilH. C::: Rising ____ 9.68 per cent are frt of>..holdfi the. 'quallnocl. I'mldlng electorswho In safilHpeclal .' j
7 U uli82 8 .8 J. M. .n. --
19 44- 22 "loti'SB'Vy UlslnK'H: add. ___ 88 Tax School: District No. Co '
.I "r. Park NM'i of All HIKn, D K K Q II I J Kt. 411.38Wynn' 1\1,1; thst the Issuiinro. of bond a* ):
\ ,,' ,..1... 81 Hampton<:1'.e.... 31 !SWVi; of Rising's "8' -- .- all 6 38 J, IT RUln* ------------ prayed for therein K, necessary. aud .11'1 1" d

H ::019 1 Wm. Ka1ehreuhl' ___ 41,89 N\V. & WV. of NW'i ofWSVa ___ I.n Frncl. lots A U C D Dr. Ma J. Ilelbercer -- -- 6.31 hat said petition filly ..inplles wit I '
7 U ,. __ 3-1 7 U Unknown _n___ .. mid.. _.____ __ ---- 6 28 the law It Is. ,> '
,"RWI" SWU _-.-83i U 80 :Mrs.: K It. Do"U _------ 85.117E One lot hounded N by Blk. ': By this lioarc' of Pub I' \
40 J. D. Thompson, --------- n.lII: K & Shv HOlV 11. In I meeting on "
23 Town '
_34 f 81 original special
O. X. l'rlue __ ___ 7.13 of NKi __ I !
10 7 III ---.- JWVi of 8WU: 34Siji U 40 Unknown __-------- Uy. & W by Thompson 2t R. M. SpMkman ________ as." this. the .8th day of Juti, 128. that I "

1 om. of N 420 ft. of NEVi of Tlum. ____________ 410 8tl *s 6 It Is exp"I"nt and for I Hi" b..t. :
ofI U 6 F. F. iot 10! ftriiquiCrVTn'sW 2.54 Special. Tux
or. 'f ..._________ 12.USIK. On > 88 D W. Drlg.r Kit. .- t..r..te .1 '.. In"j" "j
I ,.:: run N V .iVff. of'NEU'of"SEViIl34W 'f 32 6,1.:, 10. Trlest .HI cor. of SW* of 8\V: 28 No. (I of Bradford I I

,' O t'19 //I P. E. Henry ____________103.24 < ', of NWU, _33 7 23 4J.\ I'. ThompH.n -..-----_-_ 87.113 Lots 6 17 111\ Hlk. 14 Lt Unknown ------ 54.30 Florliln! that this Board on in-lmlf I.' ,
7 U !__ 35 'f U 80 P. K. Kulglit _____n_ T. & i'c.s. ..,101. u_ 3* 6 8t > --- said. district, do. Issue and sells bonds ; "

1 pc, 19 Com.N i of at SE'i: .. ,.It. 814 ft. S of Lots 2 1111,. 27 OrlKtnal U 11 Convumer* Lbr. to._____ 86,45 In the amount nf t0.000.00 for the .., '::' 1
stated ,
.. 35 810'h.m of NW>1Ac Town - purpose as p"tltlOI
) of :HWU. ,
M3; cor.
: NA
land 21\3\ ft. to11H '
'. of referred
( SUnor. One lot above '
B 1015 ft. to : : : :
105 ft. run W461'i S!:I by 210 ft.o)! & W IT Fl'RTHKR nF.SOLVEnThat AI "
40 thenc
Pratt St. & shall be In the denomination III
X by 21.88 aid bonds
D. W. Swindle 16.60add. ft. to Hy. right of !J :.rf" Ad* Sauri '
't h ::19 7 u ---------- of R by Sanderson Lune--SS: 8 of $1,000,0(1 'hat. bondsshall ',

._ 19 7 U Daniel Delamy __________ 10.91.dd. way way thence 628 u, ft.N on thence right NEB4"Ji : Lot* 12. add.U 14. 151k.__ .17___L._:_T.Cos. .*1 a S3a Mrs, A" elln Walflwrlvht. Weller __ 54.00 4.77lIUiHCh with Interest bear' dute thereon of August at thn 1st rule 19JH of6'a J'!', ..;. ,
ft. pt. of ben. 12,23 2:1: M. ,
eat 2_ 10 Ffank, I, dosser --------- 5 Blk. 1 highway add. :28cLts cent per annum, payable oil .
'I Lot per
19 7 22 Mo"gl"", :RE'lInmy _______ 10.91i111n1tnnllt 10 A more or leis35 .. 1 2 IB I 16 lev* HI 20 the 1st day of August. and the 1stdny 1 V

7 23 J. II. McGruder ________ 84.31 S 55 yds. of NKVi of IsEU & hulf Hcr In NE cor, 4.62 of February) of each' year, and .I t .,
.. N C. Sweat
5 & 165 yd a 23 CJ. m -------
A com. of SI3V4 less K XO ft.i 59 such. bonds, to become -lue and paykble -
I" Ha ::19 7 U C. W. Olllett ......_________ 21.07I of SE cor. of NEU of 3 i SKV4 1-7 Acres la.id bounded 10by : as follows: 'I, ':'
275 yd. toNE :
NKVt & run 1931 ,
Hlltch plate S by lly.W tne thousand on August 1st, .
I ', NEV4 thence W 188'? yds. line SK', of SB': ____ .. 29 8 2J: Herman 1st. ole( year nf the years 11)32) to19DO I' "
' thenueE '
;::Pi4 lIamr.tonif' thence S 275 yds. lnclusl\e. The principal andInterest ,' .\

Ul I" 188V4, )'de. to I"pg.-l0 Instruction of of"said; t>onds. Khali be pay-

,I' ____20 'I 22 Unknown --------- t.7 Acres of also SEVi com.of NEVI.at NE Ac He "\Vlien I was younK, the Public County I1rlldrurll\\ ablo at the olllce of the llftnover

7-60xt08 cor. I didn't stop H. II. WKiniNS.Superintendent : National Hank, City of New York
: : I run 8 110 yds. W .20 yds.N doctors Bail that It Board of Public. Htate of. New Tork.IT '
111111 Sub.I 110 yds. E 220 to be*. of Starka 12.18K. teeblemlded. That .
H > .0 Bank --------- become la FliRTIIUIl' IU
would County
, If Hnxon'e __ _..___ __ 35 'f 22 1/.113/ smoking 1 Instruction of Bradford SOI\'F
Uk nown 8.12f. 5 x I_ Ullllard -- the hereby
20 U. be
o, i'I 23 ----,---- n NW'i36 7 22 h'lorlda and. ex oltlclo !Secretaryif : fin .I..tnn .alIO
of SWVl of Schoolhouice -
held .t.t
WVi, to be
,,f. 1"60d25 sub.pl. KVa\ of SWV* of SEU &: WVacif 3y'4of 8 22 40 O. Lynn, Adm. --__-- .- 16.99 8.68 She--"Well, why didn't you I'pon said 1 motion Board nf Member May. secondml .i Uawtcy: Flortini, on the 7thclay
IthU ,
., H SE: 4 of SE.U 20 U. F. WackermanO. ------- Member" :,Murrency duly put of Atiuust, 1U2D, to ,I.t.rmlne
22: by
axon'e 2 65.42
,I ,( ',.____ 7 U Unknown -------- 8.Uo !! NWU of SWU 6 8 22: 180 F. Wackermuilg _-_-_-_-__-_-127.10 !'top' ____________ before the Board all members prea-' uhethc.r" tciilil bonds shall ..
\\ I 8E.,;. 22 s*' uF> Wackermant tit voting' Aye and Nona Nay mo.ton as. luMcIn\ ctcHirlbed and that t at
f -60d18 EI & E'.of"SEH"of"NWViT 8 PUHMCATIONSerial : \ iiuestlon to he submitted
: t being the
I Sub.P' :OTH'I3) FOU was carried, nald motion t :
.. &
of NE'i
,' H II'ht. 1.:11. of SAW* the efftict I that' the l Secretary of shall be "For Bonds" or "Against"it
,f Rxon'etf U Unknown ---------- 8.12 W". of '/-n of NEV:: !: 200 John Leroy Ilutchlnson 89.09 to Board ho directed to cause thefollowing "
'tf i', ,r '! ____ 7 k ___ __ 10 9 g 22 S3 640 U. Wackerman ______218.62 No. 0 06l9n..nllrlmelJt of the InJerlor,, U.S. the notice to appear lit the "1: F1M1TIIRR HKSO1.VF.D That

. J2.-60: ,, All -= --- --::- .;-::. Florida."hereby Bradford' County Telegraph, a paper there >. appolntnd' and deslgnateUI
,., 1Illlfht.. ,,"u: NK'i & NE; >4 nf NBV4 otNWV4 Land;< otil.-\ at aalne.vlllo. pulillKhed; i: 1 In Stitrkn, llraiiford: county I he foll.wlll ns managers: J. 1C.

Pf' .r IIRxon: e k 8.,. & NWVi of NWV* June 23. '! 'Wil ,.. notice to appear for "" Moore and John Andrews
2 2 t I') nown Q I hRt Floi, 101. said ,
_20 7 t ,
----------- Wijof nlven .
, 22 porlod
.r : ___ .20 7 'sw1I ofSEV of Starke. a : \
,, ; IW'4. NWVi liam F. Powell 9 26. 1111011.. first notice being puhllshcul In the Issue' Hill as Clerk of said election.IT .

S&', ,\ In SW 20 'f 22 'fR W. .n. nlo"k r ________ 1I5.I'f'cr. ; of NWVi & NEV): A. of In whe>. on December No.12.1 021 &,,. for of July (Illi, lu.fl.: I I IS 1.'IJ"I'III.H, : 11'I: >IUIVEI AJ
1CIlIebrew ______ H.OO *!; of NWV* ex. 2V. 253 Alderman & Futch_______112.64 JlnmeHiciol Hniry Township !.. of Niieclnl RlertUmXotlct1 '
"EI. :::: 7 22 20 J. A. t'e; : --- 11 g |l SMi of ,lh Section' I 10.: ee Merdla'n : ><>< IH*hureby given that a special OII"HIGI1'hn 1lllnn.. "., In the lt.-

' :I 1 7 !2 18 A. l1r" n ________ 10.tVo' _____ 11 8 22 120 18.06IlUa Med notice of Intent election Is 1'.I..grll\h.
-- 7 22 2B J. A. KII1..brew _________ H.OB'I S (i of Sty of SEVi___ ____12 8 Z2 40 Unknown ----------- ha.Three-year proof to .. tabllsh will be bld at the, Hampton schoolhouse l..h..r In :;", ,. Irallf",' County.
___ .
\ W'. :::::21 7 Z2 40 J. II. Danka _____________ 18.00f NEV* of NWVi 91-100 to make to the land above ileHcrlbrd. within th. territory. known ( Ih. newspaperml.llnlied
10 claim .said 1 Tax SchoolDistrict
f \ : of NWVi ex. of UnitedKtate and described as Special' Tux Schooldistrict ( In Special
, ,.,& ,.f NE of 7 23 1. L. no 1" 1 ch _______ 7.Ii21 -- A deeded to Roea Manning before Oinee.. Ueflater at aalneavlll*. : No :3 Bradford: ;: county.: Stale: No. t \lbl..tI..I be for
. AUK. 21, 1909 &: ell: 12 8 .2 6GIrs.. E. :M. Thomas ----- 35.81 Lun.1 the 10th duy of Au.ust: rtf Florida, on th t ?th day of August.IU2S ho: period I of h.I.li; :
N'V- '
. Florida. on the hours. as proHcrlbud 1 beginning, on the of
21 'f 23 60 Wm. Ka1chreuter _____ 31.23's A1ls'vOSv\ { .:: :
f of
: E V. Vaughn -- 4.81H. 1928.e. .: by law In holding. generalt'ltft'tloiiH I!' .
SE... .: _____._ ____12 8 22 9 Prank --- ChLlm..nt name' a.. wltne : KtCKMTER.ATTKST .
S'of __ 20.77 U
.- 9 --- election the ciualIlled -
\\ \ 23 'f 22 2.B t'n"nown ___________ R".r.ii qij'445 8 22 40 C. Itelberger --------- Humee. of StarkFlnrlda. athlth nf
to t\V'. II" R' of Fred o(
< f nf SE'\ :
RB t n"nown 32l3! ; Florida. I'lcictors who are fl'I'"hlor.'' residing Ihlll'la" UOlr,1
\ -:26: : 7 23 ----------- "ofr SEVi Starr, of I Slnrke, BradH .
W, tl of -
\ 22 4B .T. 1'1. Thomp..nn. ________ 111.1IcE !! ft. of NEU 22 7 Unknown ----------- 6.DO Strickland of Htarke, In Hitlcl district Hhall by their Ilbll
\ 8
.\\ .__26 7 to J. D. 19.19's of WI1--7 A. ______. __ 13 Newton vote cletortnliu* whether, the* ""n..'" of County' Flor"1SiiptM'InlcHidctnt -
,__ 7 U Thoml'.on -- ------ of winn/Ns.
27 -- & AV
/ of NlB: 'f.113 B.
All SWVi Flor- of Bradfoid I county
R. C. Helberger/ ------- Sta.ke. Public
14 PIA'8'Strickland
\\' "", V .ex. 1R'Y 8.1w \ Ry.- 14 A ._.__u____ 13 8 22 I : of on behalf of 1 Spoclal 1 I Tax School1'fstrlcl "Hoard of Public
C'I h
.__27 7 23 n'111 { ------------- 2 A In NE: Bradford
\ NEt' of. NE'i & 21.07 IJa' CROM: :2 I shall Issue 1 bonds Inthu Instruction Ir County
40 .T..I. n. Tar..en. __. ____ ..0.77f.t 42 V. 8. Swetmur ----------- QKonaB o. No
.1 22
'f 23 8
28 ; ,, ,
of SE'.i'\ of NEVi1 ______108.81 Floilcla, and
\ cor. of $30,0110.00( In accordancewith Ix-.I"lo Svcretaiy
Wackerman lleyrleter. sum
: -28 7 U 20 'VIII MRttnlr ___________ 10fIt 16 8 22 320 O. 8-29-6t-7-27 of mild Board.I'pon .
:lE': anil adoptedby
NV4, "
I noon. resolutions' passed
20 Yarna ________ 10.61j -
. .. : ':--:28 7 23 Tydpn N i of..NE"i. & PKVi of NEVi; 160. Q. F. Wackerman __n___ 54.93 i"I'fo'i.I.'J! ; : \I. ..:I.I"I'IO'iNotice : the Board, of Public Instructionat "nlul of Member Mnv, seeonclHil -
17 g 22 .I"I
> O'
j 'a." -' II A S of tot !'IiJ "" of S13 4 -- -- Its meeting' held 1 on the iitltli day !.mll'r dily put
26 J I D. L H.30Ie rr""cy.
_____29 7 U U8 e ar..en --------- NIY111\ of 1111.21WI4 before the all -
;. Lots. 1 2 or 260 O. Wackerman ______ ;L f Juno; 1U2M. which. resolutions aielieliiK 11011'1. presnl
1 1'Y': S of Ry. i N'VInt\ 6 of SK'i: _21 8 22 200 U. 1'". Wackerman --..--- 88.49 l I... hereby, nlven Hint a "pecl pulillxhod. slniultiineouMlyherewith voting 11, none Nay motion
,:. & !' of SWI,. :-; of NEH & N\V'i --- 22 8 22 ..l election U hereby called. and ; said.. bonds. lo ba In thedenoinlniitlons was 1'llrl..I. ,"Ir! motion 1..lnl

" 'l Jh: u' SW Lots 3 4 & 'SW'/i: of 235 Unknown ________104.37 will be held nt the Hampton. \ Bchoolhouse of II.OUOOO, tn tie to the t the .
tj I .uhl V.l1en- :,J __ __ -22of 8 23 within the territory known :dated: : : August:: 1st, 1U2M, to hear. I Interest : the Hoard be.. directed to causa' the
___________ 31.45W'4 .
1i9 Unknown
'h _____29 'I 2. NEIl, of NEH & E'Xiof, N\V 60 J. .D. Thompson -------- 31.23 and ("."crlb d a. Wpeclal Tax. HyhooiIHBtrlit at the rate of tl I per cent. pr following notice to appear lu the
\ -.: ex. 1 AW' of NE1/ ________ __. __23 8 23 No. :2, of Bradford l 1\1 payable sviul-annually onAugust Bradford Co.ii.lv. '"I"KI'llh. paper.
"f IW. ___29 7 23 19 W. !''Ia1l:0n: ___________ 17.68r SI.. ot Nb'! & RI \. & Wy" Unknown _________176.83 of Florida;. on: the i 7th day annum iHt and February 1st of each published In Stitrko, 'uln-
,r ,I: ___19 7 13 40 tnknown; _________ 18.011I NWV., of NEVSAVVi -_____--" 8 22 260 40 imvls Donley ------------ 20.77 State AUK. 1 1928. between the hotirn. aH "re- yiur, both'I ptlnclpnl: \ : :and: Interest, oftald ty Florida. ; said notloa to appear

I 15'ft.\ E .. of :NWVi ____________23 8 23 40 Allen Speed _____________20.77 wrllied, by law In holding neneralelecllnnii bonds' to be. payable at the office for a perlitil, of four COII""tVt
[t :\\V: ('0". ofa SEViof SWU ____n ____ 23 8 22 lit which election the quail- of thA I llunovet' National Bank weeks rlrst notice h"11 r"lhlllld

"tf. W'a of NWWy"\ of 160 tlnknown __________109.11 tied, elcetoi-M who arc freehnlderii, ro- City of New York State of New III tho Issue of July ( .
&ErrOn5 1WU' ___.n___ ____ 2* 8 22 HldlnK In nald. \ dlntrlct .ahall' l>y their York, : said bondM. to mature as follows
'II' ,____30 II lIrE'r"er n. & nlcltard S of NV. of NEVi W of determine, whether th! Hoard of : \ciHee ttt Npeclsl l-'lertlon:

n.lIIler:: __________ 22.27m Inke &: BVi' of NEV* fif 48 P. :M.: & Alletta Of.Fleming. Public vote InHtruc-tlr.n of Bradford County One Thousand Dollars on August that a
2 A ______25 8 22 ____ 25.00! I Tax SchoolniBlrlct \ Nul"e I IB hereby given spe
NW'l\ -47V4\ -u on behalf of Special lilt, 19.11 and, One Thousand l Dollars Is. heieby ,' and
lid t" IIamp- N<>. 4, "hull. I IM"UO bond'*" In on. August 1st, of each of the years 111..11
______3B 7 23 W. P.:. M"f".rr. ___________ 14.M of NW'i ex. 5 of $20.000.00 In accordance, 111:12: to IU5II Inclusive.. will be h.le. at the ..
........pton ___30 7 22 Mr... n. l"ulllvan ________ lR.oalIampton SV& of NW'i NE cor. & 2 A In the with sum reHolutlonH pimned' and adoptedbv I I.. W. KICKMTKU\ I.uwley .., within the; 1..I..ryknnwn
A In : "
and d"'rlloIIL"
____30 7 23 Unknown ___________ t .t of NWVi Hoaril I of Public I"MI l ruction at ATTKST: ('hnll'lllllll nf the Hoard
,.f SW ror. of NVi ,______25 8 22 17 Chas. ., !Scott ______________ 11.51'Vh the. helil, on thn 2ilth day of : of I'ulillr liiHlrurtlnn of School District No. a of IrR.lh.r1
30 7 U lIlra, DE'l1a J. Priest ...;:___ U,30 of NWVi of- NWU-- ____25N'i 8 23 20 Oran Spend. _____________10.61 June.HM mectlnK 192M. which reHolutlonB are heInif (8KAL.I: Bradford County, Florida. County, Stutn of Florida, the hours
of SK'i : _______ 10.61Morgan day ni Aug. I02M. between
_____ __ heri<- .
& 1 I,4. of.t of S\vy of NWU __- 25 8 23 20 Jas. Speed: 20.77 ptibllKhod Hl.nnltani'ouHlv. II. II. WKiillNS.Muuretary I by law In holding general
8 22. 40 Mitchell --- lie In the denomInntlon as prescribed
S1 26Nt. hinnln to 7-tl-Bt-t-a
:' of3Q. ___ tt. 9 NEVi of SE'4: -------- -- ____________ 7.22 with; unl'l HoctloiiM at which election the*
__ 1.2100, I a D. Maxwell ____ <. of :N'j of NEV.: of NHVi.26SU 8 22 10 I'nknown 7.23 of $1.01111.00. to be dated AUK- qualified who are freeholders
15 br. 12&-. of N'T, of fN.J. w.ol NM'i I 26 8 '22 10 Clius. Scott: ------------- u..r I. 192S! to lienr Interent. .at the 1'0'1'111 DI<< m'l-.t: i\t. II.ICTIO: > '.. .I"ctor, district ..h.LI by

pi P"rk,. Nh of ... SW of NEV NWVi rh'' i of .II per cent per annum, pay- their .11111 tbct
25.13 I
________ andFuliruiiry wl.1
11 Sw of ___ _____26 8 22 51 Jas. Speed on AUKUHt lut <.I"'mll\
, of NK'l: ________ .. 10.01 al.i" neml-nnitally that a Board of (' of Bradfotcl -
bothprincipal Publl.
IH hereby given
WI If N\V ot. 8 22 20 Lee. Jenkins, ---------- -- < each year, Notlc'e
NEU26 lot o Tax
, ____ 33 't 23 'l.nlenown '.. _-_______ 3.69 E',.. of SWVi of of BW and, InlereHt, of aalil honjUto ,cial elec-tliiii is hereby, ,'ull".II".1. County on behalf of Special IssuabonclH
'. 25 hy 1215f'llrk I'r s ot W\-i\ ________26 8 23 8 Efavln !?Donley ________d- 4.14 at the otllce\ of hi) held 'nt the school I : house: at I":1'-1 Schuol Dlstilct No. II HimII
.tI NEIf.. of ... .,,' of :>:J,; _____ Hanover be imyaliln National Bunk I In the City tcy:: Florida, ( he ;territory known j In wllli I thn,sum of $20,0011.00 In andadopted ocurclance -
Tax School |IBtrlcl r".Olltlolll passed
New York; cluscrlbacl us Special
II SW' ofII Htate of lu
of New
1NOTICHNotice follown: No. A, of liruclforcl County, I Htiitiiof by tho 1.11.1
.t NW of I1Hllllr. an _
4. 23 ______ 3.GO the following described. lands will bn. sold "aid bonds tn on AiiKUBt Florida on tbu 7lh dnv of August', HI'lution at Its. trll held on tlt
___ __.32 T Vnkn wn __ IH. hereby given that tliiltiv On. 'Thounand, Uollara of June' which r..nolutlims -
19J8 It belnK the .. thu lunirH as proscribed
125'Jllt'k FUtST MONDAY IN AUGUST, Thousand. l>ollar onAiiKiixl 11121, between dlY
26 hy nt public auction on the 1, 1831 and one. I are" slmultanoously -
Uoor nt Starku, In Bradfordcountv I :I2tol by law In holding generaleductions I'\'IIIN Iluhl..IId
NI of of said 1 month before the l IMt of fiH-h of the yeai'H .. toliu
1 of Florida, or HO much there of as will bo necessary to pay 'at which nlci'tlcm: the :qualified ::: he.wlh; 11.11.
sj\: istate set opposite thu name, together with th* cost uf no.ncla..ve.w. KrKrITIu electors: who urn freehofderMresiding In thu ." $1,000011,
'1 due for taxes bear
III2H to
1st ,
amount bo ,
3.89 the C. A. 1 Futch Tax Collector. Board In said 1 district shall byIhelr to 1.1.,1 AIKI..t
of the
_33 'I 23 t."nknown _ advertising. rhnlrman
."........ ." ..... .UIf .... such sale and 'I'n".. ATTEST of :Public Instruction of llradSKAIj '- vole' !determine: .whether of! !Hradfoid theHoard It navaliln ra of seml-annuallT 5V4 Per cent
Inn per
Floridair. of Public" 1".lrue" "lInlnl. .
l; ';l< fI "..c. T. It. A. (Inner .t I.osln. ( : I ford, t'oiinty. County on. 1..llIllf..r Spnclal; Tux on August 1st and I .hrl..y' 1st of
w winniNS
f Inter
""f NW '. 20U ft. W of NE cor. 7.r.t.q.- /School District' No. A shall tssun :i.hn'oi,1' ( bonds'mlnclpal to lie payable: nt
Com. ej-rtiir

f3.3 __ tlui of 120,000.00 accordance
2.32 bonds' In sum
T 2a Unknown __ of WU. of NWVi of SEUof with ifisolutlons,, T.IIM..III".1 the oillcn of the Hanover National.

12 13 14 of NEVi & run ti 215 ft.W III.:ISO .t"I'1 VAt adopted. } by thn. Hoard, of I'ublla Inslrucllon Hank, CJty of' New York" Siato:: :: ofNuw
1:15: HRmpton 10!) N 245 ft. H 100ft. Geneva Town 4.33 -. at Its mentlng huld on. thu Vork, said bonds to mutiiras
8E"ec.. 31 ___ ,__. 8 22 -- ------- -- of theHoard
< \ to beg. --, meeting follows:
; tpi-clHl June III'JH, whlil resohillmiH -
the ( ,
? 2111' h dny <> )
11- & W of NW'cor. of of Brail- : : : : thousand August 1st,
1\\' ___ .___33 T U Jilrs. n. IIocTihelser ____ 4.36 3 of Acrs SW'i: In of NWM _______ 28 6 22 J. :M.: HIMnu ------------ 6.11 ford l I'oiinty of. 1'ul.ll., Florida Inslrucllon which ineethmwim aru horowlth being ;published,suld I 1 bonds simultaneously to be 19111 due and lino IhoUBII.1.1"IIILr dollars onAiignst

,)f Dlk. 11lIamplon Lots 2 4 & W 40 ft. of otsfl 1 held on the .IIIh I day of June: In the. denomination, of $1,000.00, tobu 1st of i '' years 11)33to )

Park A 8 lllk. 15 orlsrtnul__ tf. B. Hull ____________-.134.03 1 2S there b,'lnif: present. nt such dated August 1. 1U2H, tu bear Interest IUDO, Inclusive.
:', 31 S\VI4. Town 8E"cof7oflot meeting,, I.. W. Klckllter, If. U. May.anJ at tI lie. rat. of G\((, per cent.pcjr I.W. 1llr.lTFR.
.1 Ir NW of Cum. ::18| 'f0 W of Currency, m"mter.. anil semlannuallyon I ATTEHTi: I
___31 'I II Unknown ___- 8.00 7 Hlk. 17 original Town .,,' ., If. B.A.WlVBl"H., ". Hwretary of said. August annum,1st pityuhlc, and February* : 1st, :of of 1'ubllo I luslriicllori of Hrad-.

2 1 & run N lOG ft. W 30 1-3 lloa.il 1 the followliiK aniiinw other earn yciir both, |>ilnclpal and Interest ford County Florida.
, J'I, S lOS ft. to. Call St., E 30- 0 22 Unknown ___------ 49.85. proceedliiKH! wore. had to-wlt: ,, bonds' to In* payable at H. fl. WKUIINH,
, ben. r28One resolution II'I'I" :tl 7-8-Bt-i-1
"sr\ 1-3 ft. to -- Member :May presented a the llm Hanover, NationalHank Secretary
W .
:. lot 52V4 ft E & and motion of Momoor In .llu City: "ri.'w: "nl'I.'Ilu'/ "- --. -
Unknown ______ 5.71 Kbv uiion
__,33 'f 13 210 ft, N & S bounded Hurrencyionded. by Member' May.I of New York; said bonds to maturean

25 by 125k Hlk. 17 N by Jefferson__ 28 6 23 Sam Rosenberg ...----- 28.11"" resolution::\ was ;put; before the 1loarand < follows: or FINi.. 11'I.\Ha
.- I St.I and ]
of Call i
NElt' St. S bv of nil members vollnw Aye fin,) t thousand dollars on August
\ II Ii\V1 of Be*, nt NE-Intersection J As none :Nay, reHolutlon wan adopted, 1st 1931 arid one thousand. dollars "
If .N\, f33 7 U Unknown ___.,...___ 5.71 :Madison M &N tddo Court of Sts.Madison : aid resolution. heln* In words and on Augur* 1st. of each of the years Notice Is hereby given that "Ixtl
run on .. MnnreH. as follows: 11192 tu 1USO Inclusive.L dayu, after date, h.r"ot. [ thu
-. N parallelwith this
f of
25 125'I'k 60
St. 70 ft. Wparnllel Whereas, At a meeting ,. W. Klf'KMTKR.ATTMHT : : slgnud Kxeciitor of the l I..t. Will and
NNI:' of Court Bt. St. Hoard hel , B\Vh of with :Madison 1)2H!) thero wan presented' a petition Huard of I'uiillR Instruction' of Will 1h'l. Inlll. vuchrami
I deceased,
'I ""f N V': Unknown _.. 5.71 50 ft. to I'ourt St.Court thencoS St. HlKtied 'by !more than: 25 per r'i.e of HKAL Hrarlfoid 1 CountV, Florida.It. : Final I 1 m \the IMnoraUlaleo. "
33 7 U ?-? Ii side of ; who freeholders rtB
25 hy 12GI to on bear.' ___________ ___. rzs --' 23 Clara L. Peek __________ 9.99 the qualified.,,., residing electors within the territory .:Herretnry H. WICIU1N8 1ttjtHIID.HOI.fl } ( A. Countv" County Florida,Jndrd for his of
Bradford ,
orlgIml -
I !NC tVtI E1.,, lots TOWII 1 3 5_ Blk._____28_______,. 6 22 G. C. Sweat & Sisters __ 7.89 Tax known Hchool and;1 designated Ulstrlct! No, an It of Special Bradford 'I0At \" approval, KXQIMltor.:and ask. tu be dischargedIIS '

of ..:.. 5.71 6E' ;': t701. 13 County. Florida, praylnic this "" of May. 1D2*.
33 'I 3 Unknown -, _, _, _..,_ LOI'tit! : t election to determine This IHth clay
____ .28 6 23 T. W. Sweat Eat. ------ 32.29 Board" to call an th Hoard C, POPpELI.H.flcutor .
h 25 hv 125 .. StRn.lllr.1 Oil ( 0. whether snlil school District. a special:: meeting of ::: J.

' )1 ,' .-k N"; of Lots 16 lllk. 32. J. :M. JLo'tdi ._ 28 6 22 R. M. Spark man ______ t.33! .shall Issue liondx In the Hum of $20IKMI.OI ,- of Public li.xtruc. t lion, of Hriidforclt WIIH I.aat of: Mrs.Will ''L'n:
ounty Florida, whlc-h meeting TBBlunieot
.1 I>I\YI of .. of nrtiulrlnfr ,
f'-flkT'Srj: M. ) for the purpose : the tilth:I day of June, I IHUH.there .
N\V of 3 5 furnUliInK or held on Mlllplnr. dOCOII<
Unknown _, ___ 5.71 --8 8 23 Mrs. C. A. Wills Eat. __ 48.95 hulldlnii... .. enlui-Klnif. such. moiitlntcI.
__ .____33 T 13 Johns. add. ________ otherwise. Improving building 1 or beliiK present at r l I-DI-7-1.
n 125. Lot 2 Blk. 1 L. T. & Col 'k Nbof br alld. ______ .________ 6 23 Dan Boree ___ ____ school the itroiindK exclusive. use of the freesthoolH Stirrency and H. II. Wiggins Secretary

1 V Lot fi Blk. 5 L. T. & Cos. _________ 7.89 for In raid 1 illntrlct.. apd. thinhaving of said Hoard. Hie following mmmmmmmmmmmm
.l _. _____28Lots 6 23 If. G. Mason u had
.,4.. add _______ duly conBldnred. laid l petition among other proceeding
_. .____33 7 13 Unknown _______ 5.71 I 2 Blk. 16 L. T. & Cos.ndd therein find. hav- to-wlt: COFFINS &
1 __-. __-______- 28Lc.ts 8 23 H. Y Brown ____________ 15.03 and the dvtermliMid r"'I'It'Ltell that said. petition I'signed Member May presented a resolution CASKET

) ";k2GN .f:. 5 6 "7 8 9 Blk. 16 L T. E4.30L. InK t than 2ft per .cent of and upon motion of MemberSurrency and Full Line of
8 23 Unknown _.__ __ hv more a
. 1 Cos. add. ____________ .__-28 electors who are freeholders seconded by Member! May.resolution

"I, "li.\j.\: :. ____)_____ 5.71 Lots 10 11 Blk. 16 L._ __T.___&.-2S 6 23 II. Eastmas __________ 12.35 the <|iiullnv residing< In *ald: Special Tax was put. before voting, the Aye Hoard and
__ _.:____33 7 13 Unknown Cos. a.I<1. ._______ School) ; IMslrli't No, 2 and that the and all mombers, Undertakers' Supplies
lot... 26 125 Lot 11 Blk. 18 L. T. tb Cos. bonds. as prayed for. none Nay, resolution was adopted.MIIM
1 hy 8 6 21 Unknown __.-______ 2.54 Issuance, of resolution. being Iri 1 words andllgnres
!. and that said
'nrk NE\4\ of / aIr L."T. therein Iv necessary, AUTOMOBILE HEABSBAlo.TS

I 1 SW of LvIII (19\'n...I0"l..,\\d.1"Blk7"2____________28 6 23 1[. G. Mason ____________ 8.78 petition fullcompiles) with the law.It WIIKIIF.AH as follows, at a: meeting of this
"f N\\ of &
._ ... 33 7 23 Unknown __--- 6.71 Lots 6 7 Blk. 29 L. T. & Cos.add. Is, therefore this Bonn" L Public Hoard held. on the 2Ath day of Jiinfi, en '.n.. Tkes -, -
"'"' _-- "- 28Oesrrlptloii 6 23 Dan Bore _____________ 13.25 ni-HOL.VKI: : By 192H. there was uresented a Detltlon < the I.-MI prt_ -oWntloa .

"i..ik. 25 W by 125 Sif I DI .o i. -..iTL'T.--C: -- .;; 6 23 L. T. & Co. ______-'_____ 12.215L Instruction the 2Klh day In Special nf: June.' the meeting 1U2H best, that Interests onthis tho signed'qualified by more elector than*! 29 who per are r'.out freeholders of I to UUtr.pk BMIiAIMIBDEWITT wn.UBUI8TKRBU .

and for
di ;: It Is expedient the territory '
: i- J : residing within
3 : ,
2 HchooMlstrlct
", NWU of __ 1171'! 6 U Llvlngeton, Truby &: C._ 9.88 ofiiId Special designated ns Hpe- I II
Unknown ... aJ.I. County, known ami C. JONES
33 7 22 -- T & ( n. -------- No. Bradford I :
i FrR' [Ilk. 32 L. T. & "' : :i; 2thB( hehallof c.,lal Tux Hchool District I No. ofBradford
,- 25 by 125 ". __ 6 23 Llvlng.ton, Truby & Co._ 1.8;; Florida, that Board on Florida I praying
'k NHSvi of luld. ----.n &'- rVI. said district. do Issue. and a.1I : Hoard: to u.m an ,le.utlori to dc I >- I BTARKE. FLA.

OfofNuAiof \ ... lIIk. 6 L. T. --:i8 6 23 no.e COli: _____....._____ 7.89Sub. bonds. In tl.e amount. of IJO.OOO.OIfor In said. this termlne whether mild. -honl: District
'. Unknown .' __-----_ II.71 lJlv.. -lot--L.---T.--&-:- IIDlle. the purposes. a* stated. shall Issue. bonds. In the sum of |2i>,' m
32 7 22 : 13 I.lv."" --28 6 2Z S, K. Kelly ___________ T.OOHub.1 petition 1 above referred UKHOf.VKDThat to.HM oco.OO\ for the purpose of acquiring' Cmllmm
> --
b 125Si ------- IT KimTHKK\

tic, 25N SW-t: Lol. 1 2 Wk. 28 L. T. & oe'28 8 23 MamIe Dell ___________ 8.18 _u salil bonus snail ue in me u.. .
II Suh Plv. ---- ------ nomlnallon. of ".""".00. that I bonds

\ of NW% of Lvt 3'Hlk.. U L. T. "5011'28 ______ 2.U8ub. hear dute' of August 1st'
_______ II.71 6 2Z 'Valter Cummlnge ;.l:2i
__ _______33 7 22 Unknown VIV. ---------'- C ; with 1 'Interest 'thereon at the V [

... 25 by 125 Lnt Wk. 33 L. T. 28 6 U Ida Simmona ___________ B.U A per cent per annum, payable on We "HRS
ark NKV4 of aub.: Dlv. -------------a;; the liit. day of August and the 1m .can-charg-your

\U SWH of Lota 2 a .. 28 6 U E. E. Snel1 _________ t.33 day of February of each year .amsuch
Allb. Plv. ------- due and payable
CO" become
of NW'i ofts .71: Co.. lionds In .I W \ e
32 7 22: Unknown ------- Lot 3 JIIk. U L. T. &: ., '6 23 .Tullue Butler _________ 3.114 as follows:
suh. Dlv.VI ----- ------ Thousand :Hollars: on Aug"Iiol 'STOHAfE
25'by 125 on
& C .. !
-ark NIof \ Dlk. 43 L. T. '28 6 :II Hoover Broe. _______ 11.21 1st. 1911 and one Thousandon ... \
Dlv. -- --- each of the your" -
tl SWH! of Suh. ----- -- August 1st In

of _NWVi.of.-aa 7 23 Unknown _> _, _--- 11.71: NljJ Ulk.. IIlv.45 _L.2-----T:\V_60__ ft._:28 6 23 Jr. O. Pigford _______ 9.U8ub. i'and 10-J2 Interest to 1960 I Inclusive.The of .said. bondx prlnclpa shall. be StarkeFla.

25 bv 125 Lnt 1 //< lot payable or the ofllcw of the Hanover

rk __B 25 Hlk, 47 L. T. & Co.. 1:1: b' 8 U FannIe ::IlcCall _________ S.U National Hank: fair\ of New YorkBtITI8 Smith's GarageJ.
11 VIV. '
S\Vh --------T'-
of __ 11.71: N.... lot 2 28 6 :II Lucy Engll.h __________ I.U FUKTIlSfl. KESOLVED That .
Unknown -- DIV. Is here
aa 7 22 Co.. Hub. -------j---- an election I he and the same

lots 25 ny 125 Lot.. 5 6 Blk C 28 8 22 11. Kerr _____________ 21.53add. by called to be held at Hampton
p. rk1':1.: of ------- school I house within ald' District on
--f-Blk :
'1 SW... of Tntll 1 3 3 4 5 8 _____=__28 8 U Un1cn wn ___________ n.nTempI. the nh 'rh.o.r Au r., 1821, to nhall determine beIssued : :
... bonds
\\I o :- __ 1.71: arld.T.--- add 2'1' II U H. 0. AIuon __________ 3.24Iot that
__ : aa 7 22 Unknown -- 5 Hlk. 23: T.mPle. a 23 by 1255 Lot 1 Blk. st such election the question

Park NEYa, ofH LodJ4 lH .__! __ u II n. y, Bown, _____ 2.114Lot. "AKalnst submitted:: Bonds.shall. "he "For Uonds" or DAVIS & CO.
SW1,4 of R.
IV,. of N\VYa, of __ 1.71 .. istII 8 Dlk. 85 pe.k.28 S II F. 1. Turner _________ 7.89add. IT IH FURTHER HEHOL.VED designated That J.

l ______"___32 7 J2 Unknown Lnt 9.Blk.- --p----k--- ;ij--u; II u :a.laml.. 10farrwlek _____ 1.211 there the following be appointed as managers and : J. K. Adklns .

fark. 5NVt..: 1t of All T1Ik. 29 ex. 10" It peek.U S U C. L. .. J. 1. Peek ____ 21.11AI J. V. Jones. J. F. Johnson of
If d .election and A. A. Durden as

\:' "fcVf\ 31 NW HW$ :_ Unknown ---_ 6.7 d it lCfii" ia-) "k'au IS C. L. ., .T. L. Peek __ 11.80'li. Clerk IH of FUIITHKR said 1< pi action.IT HKHOL.VED. AND \ INSURANCEAGENCY

'. .z loV. .Vby'I.i" 7 A .-a (ri t't i-p ic'au IS C. L. .. J.1. Paek __ UtA ORDERED That the foregoing Bradford resolutions
r In the
M d be published

',', ..Park 31 SWI4.NEU of of -aiTfii iar i&'au IS C L. .. J. L. P..k ___ 18.1.atld County Telegraph Bradford, a paper County published ESTABLISHED 1886 I Ii
-- Ht.rke
-- In
u, WH of NWV4 of Unknown .- 5.7] Hik: is (It 10te) being no newspaper
AU peek.U Florida,
JL23 7 II-C. 1. .. .T. 'L. Peek ___ 18.0 \ dthl""e" .said Special Tax
:"Pt"h.SpSIS1'!! d2 .-i--ni-i Hchool District No. t and publication

.. [ 12 11 It Blk. U p.ek.U II C. L. .. J. L. Peek ___ n.4'7L be for the period of four consecutive the STARKE FLA.

ft wiy vi s.rJ s. 5.7:L di-i i 1fB k--i we..ke, beginning on I i
.2- 7 II Unknown Z8 II-C. 1. .. J. 1. pe.k .___ 1.8, .th day 01 JUIt 1- 'KJCKT.1TF.RI c
Peek'. add. ------------ : <

: pN by-" oi" Lot Blk.'f 8 11PI,e Wk'haaldfdlot--1'-_, U C t.. .. J. 1. P..k ____ J.U ATTEST Chairman Board of J

'I't. a. JwlI of I ..
WVi'of of

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1 I I I tun now 'take their choice of HhnotIIIK i I ,t the cottage; built\ last year near All persons desiring to Ale com- "quallicrs -r n,,.- ,

Bradford County Telegraph dear hubby or sending him to Shotgun Looked ,he Sundell place. Week before plaints or make requests fof cor- ment roll ,.
rection, will submit same In writing 1
jail for life.Starke Telegraph. last someone had driven a truck to
?i v to the Tax AasesHor prior to July ATTEST'j' IJr
Like A Cannon
Established 1877 Almost any woman could send her the house.broke In and hauled off
24th 1928, at which
the '
tln\e city C A.
'- h' __. hvband up for at least six months the greater part of the furnish- council will convene .a a board of City FLITCH Clerk !

r' Published Weekly' on Fridays-and Entered as Second Class. the If she critter.told -what-Palm she Beach knew about Inde- Hon Hoover Ifa Thrilling J\IK'r-:: ings'was, on and the to warpath.use her"words she -.-. -. -- ",-- ___ ;'I 1 1Don't '

!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida pendent. lenre When On KlnicMey Held! Cp.Lake Owners of property on Kingsley ';. ;. --

E. S. Matthews_____ ______________Owner and Publisher --.n- lake seldom have a season pass throw away the surplus-can ,it ,
o without having their houses entered -

1f4! J. C. Robinson____ .____________________ Managing Editor The stories and movies speak) 01 f A shotgun in a dangerous ar- and articles;; stolen., Nothinghas f
the "tired business man" and their
been dooSlin late years by life SANITARY CANNERS
-- - -- amusements so often. What of the and CA
the shotgun combines Clay county; authorities to check :
tl SUBSCRIPTION RATE tired business woman-where does
with a woman on the warpath the thievery It appearing, as one
h she come In?Dunnellon Truth. .
Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance run if you can get an edge on the said that Kingsley lakeis
Yearly $1.50 taxpayer
; Most of them rome In at the doors
Rates Application. take-off; else stand-by with your only known to two officials of DeV\Ti t Ce Jones
Advertising on -they can't get in the windowslike hands in the air. and
that county-the tax assessor
.. .
t 1 --- - -- --- ---- ------ men County Tele-
-'- "My hands automatically went collector. It is not known whether -
4 /graph. Now, that wasn't what we in the Don Hoover said iBroiBBBBBBMBagagiiiiiiiiiiitiiiujiii i muni
Nine weeks more of vacation.If up air a Mrs. Patterson secured any uapBaaBBBEBBcanaai
meant at all. It
would be
easy few days In of Ills
ago telling ex trace of her vanished furniture
a enough to get In, we was wonderIn' perience. "I dln't have to tell themto as she is only at the lake for short
you never expect anything you will avoid disappointments about getting out. However, we either. They just turned that periods. i Kill Germ Laden Flies
don't get tired.-Dunnellon Truth.
shovel handle loose and climbed Don, when telling later of the _and kttp them away. B..Hrandln.ectPow4' -

--o- i straight up.''.., u, Incident, said he didn't know whatto der or Liquid kilts Flies,Ant*,Roaches.Poultry
o Some people say that girls are : Last week while out near Kings- think when the woman approached Plane hops across the ocean. will stop when they cease tow not modest like they used to be, ley lake getting a truck load of him. shotgun in hand .'** sects.Won't spot or 9tain.U..e powder, on plant Po.d n j,
l but we understand that just as I sand Don had the truck bury Its and pets. Wrttt ta for FREE mutt bookltl. If s oo
$ attract attention but that he made up his mind if Tr dealer can't supply 1 ,w.will ship by parcel post at oBSi 1
1 o_. soon as they hear that a man Is rear end in the sand and had to she was peeved because of the pricMnanwd. McCORMicK&CO.B.himow,Md. "r 0 1
calling they begin to color up.- come to town to get another ma- holes he had to die; to release the t
s L : Occasionally you hear of an amateur play described as Kust.ls Lake Region But they chine to pull out. This machine trucks he was going to give that

a howling, success don't clone their eyes when they're also burled itself in the loose sand sand hill\ a trowel-like finish 1C it t

t .()-- being kissed.-Palm Reach Trop near the old Sundell place and took that to put her in a good
ical Sun. Oh, don't they.?-Eusits both Don and his negro helper humor. His thoughts were maInly -

t From the agonizing sounds emitted eating corn on the Lake Region. You old fogies went to work with shovels to dig busy, thought, on what would ,tIII / f / M

cob must be painful. should pick a subject you are familiar out.While happen to him if that gun should '">

o with.-Bradford County Tele- thus engaged, Don said explode a few inches from his belt :.. P :
1 graph. We arc.-Eustls Lake Re- he was startled by the negro say- buckle. -

r Too many towns reach out for new industries rather than gion. ing: dA.. D'

? a preserve what they already have. -o-- "Gosh- -mlghty. boss! Run!" .un.n.r.'n.1': ., : n. ...\T.%O TO '" CEDAR w k
I When he looked up a woman OM'" .4
u There are times when every man --
needs to leave his clock or his was bearing down on them armed TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: :NOTiCE -
Probably this is the last season Coolidge will be able to with both an angry air and a shot IS HEKKBY lIVES THAT -at '
4. crowd and to consult his. immortal
( Policies, NOB. 78378 to 78400
fit; fish and have the chronicle each nibble.o
papers soul When he needs to get out gun."I Inclu8lve.
i t took one look and she didn't Automobile Policies, No,. 133501
of his automobile and walk. Whenhe ,
o includve,
to U.I52i
+k i 4:4: The guy who went over Niagara Falls in a rubber ball needs to leave his bridge game have went to straight say a up word.and I My told hands the to Automobile 18365O Inclusive Policies, 1"011." 183026 rHa nip
and read books or listen to music.
I ..f has our permission to use it to cross the Atlantic at any time. When he needs to drop his golf nigger; to.put his up. I don't know I Automobile 239.1(10( \ Policies TI'F'ire *
whether he did or not for Icoudn't of the D UnderwrltersBranoh V V
o clubs and enjoy the green of the of National Fire In.. Co. ofHartford
take off of that
i grass or the patterns of the sky. my eyes requiring; for their vali-
Duval will be
; the
county next scene of drilling: for gas shotgun. The closer she got to dity the co-untemlitiiaturs of a duly

4 vt h and oil. Have a hunch that gas will be found in abundance. .When getting he needs things to done forget and the contem-gloryof me, the bigger that gun looked authorlied been loHt. and Since licensed these nollcleH agent, have have

and when she stopped with the not been regularly countersigned or
a ;y a plate the glory of God. When he iMHUed, which fact the undeiKlfcned
needs to the of muzzle a few Inches from my local agent hereby publicly amr",".
forego pleasure enjoying ST.
1 If ICJ of the Leesburg Commercial gets a raise in salary things with friends In favorof stomach it looked larger than that .accounted rvcelvttd thereunder.Tor; nor gy premiums Company : AUGUSTIN

lu :' t before the next PaRAGraphers meeting we expect her to return the pleasure of enjoying friendsfor Held gun in the city waterworks they will be valueless and
park. I shore scared." void I la 'the hands of whomsoeverthey
> that pencil borrowed at the Ocala meet. their own Bakes, for their personalities was may uWlb and any claim thereunder : BEACH
their conversations, "I want to know If you are the Illegal and fraudu
o fellows who stole all the furniture lent. If found they should l<. returned -
their thoughts. When he needs to to the Sclliela, Bruce & Co.,
Tampa Tribune says stop signs mean stop in some cities, stand on a mountain-top or sit at a out of my house?" she asked General Agents of the Company at ,
them. Columbia Mouth Carolina.No .
l go slow in others and nothing at all in still others. Some people seaside long enough to lose all claim of aay nature purportIng 1,1-
J thought that he Is wasting time "Lady, I don't know a thing to be baited upon them will be
a just naturally don't believe in signs. about anything stolent from your recognized by the Company. The BRIDGE TOLLS
In doing it. When he needs to
l public will pleas take notice ac- ,._
house. We out here to
o Just come cordingly.COLONIAL.
take time to fall in love with some
; Avery Powell advises leaving the home brew at home if thing or grow worshipful of some- get a : Branch of National Fire Insurance ,
; After telling his name, the wom- Co. of Hartford.By .
thing. John Graves II In
a good time is wanted on an automobile trip. It is rather em- an told Don she knew him, having HKIHELS: nRUCE 4c CO.Deneral .
a I Jacksonville Journal. Every man Agents, Columbia. S. C.
!st barassing to have a bottle explode and saturate the car's in- may need It but darn few-of them lived in Starke several years ago, At i. 10'. HOTJSnit: Local Agent BUYING PUNCH TICKETS-TOLL FOR
Hampton Florida. 7135t20. C
and she then told him her troub-
? terior. It. -Palm Beach Independent. -
les, after allowing him to lower AND DRIVER 3e-FOR EACH PASSENGER
N01ICH; ttV .\'MI'"' "'l1WNT: : ,
sU o o his arms to a more restful position. -

Someone should inform the Clay county sheriff that Starke, progressive capital of She stated her name was Notice In hereby given that the
"' Mrs. Patterson, worked In Jack- Tax Assessor of the City of Starke .. ..
Kingsley lake is in his county and if he would give that sec Bradford county reports unusual Florida, died netr the City ,R-- N ,
sonville and spent the week-ends alss
Clerk Tax ll for 1DJS.
tion one-tenth the notice it summer activity In all lines of
given by the tax assessor and collector -
building. The Starke Telegraph,
there would be less thieving In summing up the construction

-. 0 program now under way In that E-1 r r ,

It is said women are forever hunting bargains. This city, says work on the new Ford TiA'
garage( has reached a point where
must be why one of them popped the questions at us about the steel rod beams are being set

44 years ago.-.Apopkn Chief. You must have been a'real In place. The concrete walls and I
columns supporting the roof are [ Tlrestowe Built I
bargain to be able to mention it after 44 years.
already In place. This Is to be :

a-- one of the most attractive oil and "

fi, Coming at a time when the tax burden is about all the gas supply stations in that partof ;'::;;::.t '
the state. It Is located at thecornel' .
average citizen can bear, the news of a raise in taxes to keep a'nd
; of Call Court streets
o, the fine and forfeiture fund from being swamped, is going to I and covers a ground space of lOG

t& d meet with vigorous disapproval from the citizenship. by 117 feet." A large repair shop

1 0d will be located In the rear of the 9he'LOW PRICE

building with the oil and gas sup-

The greatest peril in kissing is not in the germs transmitted ply station in front Work, Is also

i. but getting caught in the act.-Bradford County going forward on another garageat .
the corner of Walnut and Madison
i '' Telegraph. This smacks like it was written by a man of ex- streets. It will be a hand QUALITY

1 6 ,; perience.-Apopka Chief. Nay, merely a matter of observation some building fireproof throughout. -

The building on Walnut, ,
l t
'd m 3 street formerly used as a bakery ,

-- Is being extended by Its owner, N,

Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala Banner has retired II, A. Bishop, and when It Is com- h1

from active work pletely remodeled will be used as
r newspaper after sixty years of service Mr.
a grocery store. J, C. Manning has
f Harris is one of Florida's fine old men and in spite of his advanced purchased the Magnolia Cafe, andIs li 111 i'i'P '

t : age met with the PaRAGraphers at their convention having the building remodeledand It ,

r ; in his home city recently the Interior beautified In a P
way that will make It one of the 11

o most desirable structures In '

\ ,t; Herbert Hoover is forcing the whites and blacks to work Starke, according to the Tele- \ Iit 11

side by side in the commerce department. That ought to be graph. Charles Woodbrldge, of it 1
Gainesville, who has purchased the
enough to make any self-respecting white Democrat to stand Powell building, corner of Call

a pat for his party nominees-Suwanee Democrat. It is for and Walnut streets will start remodeling 'r-

them to decide whether the structure In a short 0
they prefer to vote with the whites 1
time and will make of It a most attractive -
for Smith or with the blacks for Hoover. business location the
N- 1 r y
t T f.. 0 Telegraph adds.-Times-Union. 1 J ,

t c1 1 If ever we start an illusion show we are going to secure -o-. \
i ...++.++..+++*.+.......+
Robinson! of the Starke Telegraph for the escape man. Six- : ; 5

teen ''jell boys tried to page this elusive gentleman and could (Mrs.KVERGRI Jo'. A. Rosier KN Cor.) y 6)

no... nd him, while he claimed he in Hotel .
was Marion-all the .....NN............N. .,
of f tm! :'.Leslie George in Dixie County News. Thanks for the
1 Evergreen. July 13.-Mr. and
y bouquet, but we think the disappearing stunt put on by yourself !Mrs. C A, Pringle and children 30 X3L' Coin % CORD

J ;;: and Jiggs of the Tarpon Springs Leader should be head- spent Sunday near Brycevllle the 30 x3 30 X,3Y2. CORD

lined in the next guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pringle. -
PaRAGraphers show.
COg ER AJrS-:1; "Y
1J Cheathem Peele spent the week- I It
-_ end in Jacksonville with Mr and

Mrs. Roy Saunders.

Mrs. Hester[ Sapp spent a few FIRESTONE manufactures and distributes direct to ns which
FROM OTHER places as In a dominant with tire to meet
of Old ld
days last week at the State Tire which it has taken over from any price or condition

I Farm the guest of Mr. and Mrs.A. the OldHeld Tire Company, who for over four years sold of service.
B. Rosier.
it through Oldfleld distributors ,and dealera as the most These outstanding values could not be obtained without
ntf-.bMcans; here named T. free the following slogan: Unin dren, Lucille Maggie an4 Forsyth, Eugene and spent chil- outstanding tire on the market, securing a higher price than the unusual manufacturing methods and processes used u-
p, Cha'ren! to oppose Lox Green sulated for any other high grade elusively
: Osculation Invites Elec the week-end In Jacksonville the s .standard tire. We can now give by Firestone.
; for Cousiess; from the Second District trocution.-Sarasota Times. guests of her you this famous tire at most attractive prices
daughter Mrs.
Congressman Oreen Is well We are trained .B
and tires
_ --o Saunders. : equipped to get out of your
seasoned, but from all repots Dade Firestone also manufactures and distributes direct to us the mileage built in tire
County the
county where Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and at the factory-whatever your
Chaires will not sit down In thee they must have horse racing or go children, spent Sunday with Mr. '' Courier tires and tubes. These tires are over-size, rugged need*- ee as first. We hare the tire you want to buy .t t
race.-Gainesville Sun. and the
busted, gave Carlton nearly two- and !Mrs. J. D. Peele. protected sidewall ribs prevent rut wear. the price you want to pay.

o to one ever Its alleged savior Rev- Mr. and Mrs. D. Boree and chll- : Airway tire are manufactured for small
Prisoner In Palmetto jail cut erend Cutts. Dade county citizens dreen, of Jacksonville ell cars we can Do not forget complete service with Firestoa
were the :, you these Urea at prices that cannot U goes every
;f his way out with a can opener. are not as crooked as the crooks guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ros- .-... duplicated bath Ure-we win save yea money and serve you beturl
Probably had his experience from would have the etate belleve.- ier Wednesday of last week. --

t geeting meals out of a tin can.- Starke Telegraph. Dade has acquired Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele and
/ Starke Telegraph. That's one way some wisdom through ex daughter, were visitor to Starke
of getting out o( the can.-Madison perience. Palm Beach Inde Saturday. J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
pendent. J. S. Sapp was called to Raiford

o -.-- early Sunday morning on the account ,
A doctor suggests people who When ,a man Is sent to prison of the death of his sister,

,' ; kiss should wear rubber heels because I. for life be Is legally dead, his wife Mrs. Charlie WalnwrlglH's baby. STARKE u..JSL'\ ," "'

a kiss la an electric shock can bold his property and marry' Roy and Calvin Morgan spent ;' .FLAJ.

I + and Is Intensified by Insulation.We again according to a ruling by a the week-end here with their parents .
offer the rubber heel people New.York judge. The weaker sex Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Morgan. '


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