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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 26, 1929
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:02395
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Plants In Three Zones Is ACT WITHOUT "' I
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.,: I Service December 1 Adverse Conditions : : '
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was notlflled last Friday that Tick Problem State Is EmergingFrom iiNlblo ut Public lie- j ,
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I' ant City, July not considered 23.-Strawber- School Board \'tC'ut :3lensur0.' I been the railroads ordered serving by the; Florida Interstate hud Confronts Farm Bank Trouble as. I'.ual". {' *(*t tOn

are nur-
plants
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Commerce Comm'sslon: to establish i i
lock I and may bo moved to )For the first! time probably In ,'
\ Called Session o more the Itlzens! of
refrigerator express ,car service Starka
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i the 1'I..II'I1ttln: /! Lice Ilium With ( ,mn.Bonn.I"I' With officials! at all !
history of I the Florida depositories Ei
> point in Florida except zone state, for the use oC )Florida 1 1 strawberry II and Bradford, county are showing -v
has a "law" in its statute book I / ty )', 'u south [Florida prepared i> to pay their good Judgment. [During { r
i without, permit And the fruit I growers, effective accm- ; / the
Hoard met in called) session that never passed the lower house 'her 1st, this year. any and nil demand' their re- past ten daysUhero/ have been a '
I'd c to points within the cjuari July llth with A. B. Surrency and of the legislature.The j serves augmented! by five million number of bank
'.J. failures
I S. Illltch. superintendent" of In the ;
,, interstate, l- James T. Moore A, B. The commission decided that dollars sent there by the federal
.' i I. d area or acrordi present; bill proponing establishmentof tho state prison farm at Ralfoul, state, mostly In (South'; Florida but

''i I- in a communication received Surrency acted as chairman 1 pro a bureau of criminal Identification such service should be establishedsome : ,spent Tuesday In Tallahassee, reserve !hank in Atlanta! I the stuteIn the )people here have not lost their '3 :: ;
time after the state commission -
tern. ago emerging from its lalelll! disaster
1, week from Jeff CliafTin, per- passed the senate of the 1929 coining\ here on business UlIll18pertlllnhllt' I heads.. On the contrary they arecooporntlng "
had sought it since 1916.
Petition from patrons of Law- triumphantly as It did from olh-
legislature killed few
,
; was by a to the operation of the whole-heartedly with
i "i vent: at Orlando, by Vern W. ley school 1 thai live west of \t.-wn' Time, however, was given for the orn, reports reaching Tallahassee
votes in the house, but, nevertheless state's big farm and industrial the two bunks to the end that the
Wilson, in charge of the plant anti have their children hearing of certain protects from ind'cate."The( ,
transported
went to the governor for his plunts there. :present prosperous condition of the
1 'uird'H local office at the city on bus to Lawtey school' tho railroads on various phases of state Is experiencing only
,
; s.l.Hll signature, was signed on Juno 8, .!Mr Bitch appeared before the county shall be fully maintained
hill, The communication! follows: bus driven the proceedings, with the' announcement a shaking down tu solid 1 I
by J. I) Peele: was refused 1929, and Is among the acts of the board of state Institutions witha < foundation The two local banks recently! ; : F
Strawberry; plants are not ron- the 0I I coming today that :" United<< States Senator Duncan
on grounds that tit u I' 1929 legislature.M4ik problem confronting the management published their-semi-annual! statements ,
ci,'reel nursery stock and muy be parlous had made no' complaint December 1 had been made the U. Fletcher" said,. "and the days I
: w DiscoveryWith of the prison farm since! which showed them both to
v. d I to any point In Florida, ex- last year It was only fair to give final effective date. lit prosperity and 1 unbounded pro-' have hand i
'
t'ck eradication work began in ou strong cash reserves,
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pi, Zone four, without permit. driver a trial: and see If there wtf his usual "hawk eye", Attorney Under the new s(' 'v.('e, Florida Bradford county. Purl of thestats's glees are but a little ways ahead( and to ba In flue condition, to carryon .
Davis
General Fred II.
,,111' only requirement la that the reason to dispense: with his services strawberries' will\ be able to reach of us." the business of '
have all soil' removed from found the "unenacted" law. There 18,000 acres which makij The the community.
veteran senator I has
driver. the northern "
plum as > markets approximately seen '
1 up the l prison property is in Un- All that they need 1s for our citizens -
done about it
roots' when being shipped from was nothing to be Florida rome through z
"If' Board decided to have wutermetf.'r a day sooner than has a yellow to {
nol lon county and part In Bradford KV along and conduct theirbusiness r;
he said. will be
i lie qtiaranjeed area to zone three.h. put in for Hampton school It probably been the case in the past with such : Union Is the fever epidemic: two severe freezes, iu normal ;
county. county In a way, and "
.. be moved or shlp- and If acted upon In the way of putt Ins the lund boom, tin htn'rtctuite \
\ plants may price was right to continueto shipments going! by ordinary '. Uradford ;
will\
It county from
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present cleanup area. so happens emerge 11
within the its provisions into effect, and mayneveI' of 11120:! and 1928, mid the Mediterranean ;i i
d areav. and commission
: ,I' quarunteed \ use city water If not they freight slate ofi1clalsJ"ul1QVlng the situation!
be tested in courts.
removing the soil from the would make other fruit fly devastation. '
t a'pout arrnr.re'nents.In said strongest seitlaus iu the ;
Bradford county. ( state of
i 'I If shipments of plants are the mailer of bus route at error, it was pointed out, doubtless ( finlnlf of the commission Hunks In Jacksonville Atlanta 1 Florida, )

n >di' inteiptate/ or to points out- Brooker known as the Kelly route, occurred<<1 in either the enrolling orengrossing that freight service for Tho stale has been d:pplng Its Chicago and New York, offered by \Vtlh the great strawberry '
of the house. I rattle for more than twelve 'eurs.Mi crop : "
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\ ; <|I.i' tho !state of Florida or Zone I ho board ruled that the bus rooms .the transportation of strawberries Telegraph any aid needed to solvent thAt Is now being planted and the ',
\ *. niltt h said, and ncl- ,1'
i I'' : West Florida, It Is necessary would run as it now Is until further Other mistaken of the 1929 lawmaking wu"!, inadequate from ).Florida everyone IIIKI Millions, but the huge assurance of transportation that 'Ji'
In!iUt I the prison cattle are free of :v
i A' they travel. sunder' Federal notice. Board arroes to furnish body are beginning; to crop 1 '' North Carolina and Alabama, car- sum sent 'by the federal reserve will land tho fruit, In all the principal :
ticks and should be declared
,
i ii p :-mlt. Form" 710 of which you material for toilets at HIs- forth. The attorney general 1'I' r.ers serving these stato were requested no bank was not needed, for all banks markets. of the country In "
line
but the eradication rnnn with '
liitv'f ft supply.No Ing provided the patrons build found where an amendment to the to arrange for establishment that opened the following the cloH- threo days, we are approaching the tl"'',
the line,
: inspection) la necessary and toilets accord'ng: : to state revilremenls. law authorizing traffic officers for of express refrigerator carload county rules.approxlrnattJly.and \ :ng of fifteen state bunks on Wednesday most prosperous era that the coun I''" sty
rules Dipping under
are
im permits are necessary for ther the various counties, taking the [' service for strawberries to state and federal quarantine: << and one ether on Thursday, has ever known and will be wit If''

\ meat of strawberry plants Trustees t f Lawtey school' were deputy appointive power from the tho nor'burn markets and to sub seemed Inevitable ami saw only a 'small' number of de- ting on top of the world if we
regulations t
i : within the ,quarantined area. They requested to investigate the salary county commissioners and vestingit mit their plans for the establishment inconvenient: he pleaded.Dr. pusltors in frc'nt of their windows, maintain our present sensible", at- ;',

may be grown anywhere and the of teacher at Highland and In the traffic officers themselvesmay of such service to the Interstate very all of whom were paid off promptly( titude"
I result in nullifying the Du- J. V. Knapp, state veterInarian nail the flurry\ wan over." il
fruit shipped to I.olnts.lthln the recommend such raise In salary as Commerce! Commission within There have not been nearly as I.'l,

niiarantSned area or Interestate. was necessary, provided they had val county traffic officer law sixty: days. With the exceptionof was called Into the bond Captain H. A. Gray, assistant many failures during thin latent i'

',Tin fruit fan not be shipped from uiids available that could be med It was also found where two the Southern; Railway, all carriers meeting during the day, and It was comptroller who went; to tho scene flurry as there were In 1926 and ,

,ih!- quarantined area to Zone three for this purpose. crnfllrtlng- provisions of the ad through their attorneys Informed agreed./ that a. new quarantine line Tuesday' night'\ mild\ that no statement the bunks of this county went :

.J, ,in '0111'. The matter of bonding the bus ministration's 5-rent gas! tax act the commission that they i ver Into Union county, or tick- I could bo) lnsiied and the true through that crisis In flue shape .'':';

There will be no restriction drivers was laid over until the now attempting to run the gaunt "were: unable to devise any plan free territory, would be airanged condition of those tmiihs which There Is no reason why they should '\

hatever on the movement of next regular meetntf.: Jet of the courts, may have a great : to, submit to the) commission." 4 had I been turned over to I the depart not do the slime thing' at this time \Ih''

,irawberries Interstate during the Board decided to' ope'i tilt negro deal to do towards determining the, )Following rare pt( of tills Information mcnit would not be revealedfor The only failure of
consequenceoccurring \1'w;
nmlng season!, according to thei schools first Monday In September. :" ) act's constitutionality.\ the commission Issued l the ScholarshipsAre two weeks. Soma of the Institutions near( Starke was Ihor f\:+',

i ni nt Platus ,of this! fruit under Olivers :Must. St nOne > following order: : Available will bo allowed<<1 to ra- Thtfor !State' Hank at Gainesville. I\ r; ; "

i thug of the United States Department Board a
of Agriculture Plane Quarantine Aril Monday in August. however, did become a law with than the Southern Hallway solvent. Captain (1 J ray III a tell. were In anywise affected! by the I''J t{ '

and Control Administration A. J.' Orlfila, :5:;"<.retary.Boai'd""nti6t few realizing its Company which serve shippers of Superintendent flrinis has been There was no excitement accompanying failure. 1
possibly persons q,4'
i in conjunction with the State importance. It is known as the"hltauclrun" !!strawberries otprtglnallnu* stallonj nctiflod\ !: by the stale board of public Ilia clotting of the Hank The decision by the local Institutions : I. ,

l .iht Honr
i I"11to this effect! was\ published July 8th with II. D. May and A. provides that any persons in an Carolina, and Alabama, or shippersof to the University of )Florida I believed there that all depositors I In regard to savings account J' -

l.m' week In the Knterprlse. Yes- [;. Surrency )present i automobile accident must stop and ,, clewbenles1' at originating stations and Florida State College for I will be paid In full. -Bet with favorable comment on eVS S ,!' .",

I rday L E Morgan, Bollclllngireigbt Contract for the seating of render all possible! assistance to I In the elates of North Carolina Women are available for this county At Ditytunu \Dcach, where two ery hand, following(; announcementof 'f.! I i

I. ". / agent for the Seaboard Air Lawtey school was let \to Semlmle the'victim, or victims, and leave and South Carolina: are hereby and senatorial district, and the I banks recently cloned, a local the course to maintain the present J E', '

l I.ii Hallway with head-quarters School! Supily Co., of Tampa; thr.y his name and address whether It notified and lerpilred' l to provide exam'natlon to fill these vacancieswill newspaper Is advancing ten percent good fltiMticlnl standing of the ,f
received the following cir- before December 1, 6th. ThereIs of all moneys (tied up by smull i i
u -r-1 being the best bidders: In the optp- was! his fault or not I on or be held August community. This 'precautionary I

i ular letter In reference to the ion of the board.Lewis The measure providing for taking 1929 and thereafter to furnish one county scholarship to each depositors. ineuBiiie is only temporary, officers :' "

mutter: Mobley was employed dt I off the 45-mile an )hour speed upon reasonable. request and reasonable institution and one l senatorial I of both banks realizing that i;",,.1" "

Orlando, Fla., June :29! 1Q29! $30,00 per rronth to transport the (I limit for motor vehicles of certain I, notice, refrigerator cars scholarship for students of Bradr ('( ,(;aUS: ;\I"\1 (JKIK\: : the only danger facing them lathe IX' u

.n; "Shlpmentof Strawberries pupils,to,negro school at New Hir weight did not pass the house, after I for the movement strawberries, fo(d and Union to each Institution. nuns: I'lsinsu PLKA: state of mind of the public at i I d I }

I ,-> .i on of 1929-30. er. going through the senate It I and dewberries from such originating Those wishing: to take the examination 1 I tho present lime and that the present t:

The United Stales D. of A. Thp board elementary school inspector was killed in the lower body when territory: to destinations! in official for one of these scholarships Congressman u. JI.. Green, ofStarke flurry will be a thing of the ''t, '

", 1 Plant Quarantine and Control Administration and architect rn the Law some members pointed out that, classification territory in express should get In touch with the representing the Second past within: a few days. I

In conjunction with tey school bu'ldlnc met at La\\ley by sustitutlng the words service. county' superintendent Immediate! congresHlonol district of Florida In -4- ,tUTIC'I' .

I nit' State Plant Board of Florida, and passed on all the tMngs1' n.,c- able speed limit." or "reUOl1-j It is further ordered that respondents ly. congress, was a Jacksonville/ vlni- :\: : TO Till priiMr 4 9t.\ sOn
'rave issued administrative Instructions > remedied; which participate In the Winners of county scholarships r
to have added or
estuary might lead to promiscuous arrestsby tor yesterday tor a two-fold purpose -
t through Dr. C. I... Marlatt In order to accredit the School small town police officers movement of such strawberries are required to register In the account of the present die-t l ,) !

Washington, permitting the planting Board adjourned to meet first I ,-. I and dewberries to destinations In teachers college at the University lie conferred with the United<< turbed business conditions the un'i'' "

acid growing of strawberries Monday In August. I BIND:: OKOAMZKl:: ) I.N MTAItKfri: official 'classification territory be, of Florida, or In the school l of education States; district engineers office on dersigned banks have decided to I r

in Zone 1 for interstate shipment A J, Grins Secretary i and they are hereby, notified and at the Florida State College A plea for( the finding Industry at require Ihe legal notice: of 60 days I t,{ '

during the coming season. The I The Starke Band was reorganized required to handle such shipments for. Women and they must pledgeto ; Cedar 1 Key, Dialing that continuance from depositors In our savings depart ''rlI

strawberries moving from Zone 1 several weeks ago and Is now in express service when offered, In teach two years after graduation ; : of the fishing I there with mentis before they can make f.j..'

or 2 IntereHtata points do not require Paving Bonds under the direction of Mr. N. 3. Interchange for movement over or else refund the money to pound nets would not Interfere I withdrawal of their funds. This ,I I.,

permit. State Regulations r Turnest who has had experiencein their respective lines. the stale. Winners of a senatorial with: navigation. T. It. Hodges; step Is taken as a precautionary ::1\, ,',

ui the present prohibit the move- Bring Bid 98Stai'ke organizing and directing: bands It Is further ordered, that the scholarship; may enter any depart- stale shell fish commissioner; D.It. measure) to save the disruption\ of !i,4''

ment of strawberries grown in the bonds are considered for the past 25 years. tel'm' "express service" as appliedto : ment of the University or College Hndgeis! Cedar 1 Key; and Capt. the present fine" business conditions 1: 'u

, r rI infested zones or areas to points if some Insist that With the available talent In carload strawberry shipments and they are not required! to teach James (Berry, also favored l the proponents that prevail In Bradford I". ..

I located in Zone 3 or 4 In )Florida. good buys hard.even In lhe small Issue Starke a band of 25 pieces couldbe l from Florida Iu: defined to mean after graduation.The of the fishing plan -S county : ".i;

, t There is no restriction on the times are floated to widen' worked up; and within a reasonably such service as will enable respondents scholarships' are each worth Congressman Creel also! visited<< This action Is being taken by ,,( I
movement of strawberries nor is of $12,000 be able to under normal conditions $200 a year and may be held for the (
Madison and Water short time play the United Stales Veterans Hure(111and' ( good strong hunks In other i-f-,
the on
fliere a permit required\ for move- paving council received an offer some concerts. Twelve persons to make deliveries at New York four years upon recommendation conferred! with M.! Ilryson, reg- parts of the state to save their wee- )h.

ment of ripe berries from any point streets, the from the Gulf Life have joined the band to date, but City, Boston, Buffalo, Pittsburgh! of the faculty of the college, for ional manager of the bureau; and lions from financial embarussment, > t

located In same zones. The straw- of 98 net Co., of Jacksonville, at there are still several Instruments, 'Cleveland, Deroit, and Chicago! In renewal each year. Scholarshipsare Abn(>Wltlieo.. state service: officer, and enable their people to go 'i\'i i'

her.' has been removed from the Insurance held Tuesday night, belonging to the city that_ can be time for market the third! morning awarded upon highest! averages: In ('Olltlfl't' !'on with claims! of veterans ahead with their business opera'i ltl; '

list of host vegetables as far as their meeting awarded the Issue. used by any person wishing to join. from date of consignment when made.In the county or district, but of the state tions without Interruption, 'y;;': 1

interstate movement is concerned. and they were also holds part of The instruments on hand are trom- shipped from northerh Florida; an applicant must make an aver- -4.-!. BRADFORD COUNTY BANK, 'i i .1 i ,
This to us un- This company and fourth morning shipped from ago of 70 percent and a grade of' \ ,
information comes bone, cornet and bass drum. J, H. Hitch, President. :\ ? t
the bonds for the paving done last (x'AL MOV :\uis; <;a oiAT )
ili,>r date June 24th and is effective : The band practices every Monday southern Florida.It not Less than 50 percent on any BANK OF STARKE.K. "
the notified TIM: :: :
city '
Immediately. year, and although recently they were" and Friday night at 8 p. m., Is further ordered, that the one subject to be considered. UNIYuiLNITI' :. S. Matthews, President. -,:

"The agents located In the the company to redeem $5.000 of the at theVolnan'a*! Clubhouse. Any term "express service" us appliedto *_I Among the atu toms' who expect ----. ., ;.lt, '

trawberr producing areas that prepared wishing: to Join, whether carload, shipments of strawberries im\i'OIti1 AGAIN. IOIH; : o'lnJOOOOO : IIAMPTOV: IIMACII; IS SOII)
bonds, the company declined to accept person (to graduate at the end! of summer ._ k i
,_:" in Zone 1 2 can pass and dewberries from North ( :MAIIK
now for they have Instrument or not, can
until the bonds 'uhool In Mr 0, C. Norman lie
the money :
'eta information on the growers."E. due and payable. find the band lender at the club- Carolina. and South Carolina Is defined has completed! 'the regular! four Hampton[ Beach, which<: had been ;I,
MAYS were to mean such service as will successfully conducted for the; 'j_
D. pant
practice night. ,
house
every In its his-
Another Issue of 8,000 will be )For the second time year course In agriculture in three
; "District Freight Agent"I'RESINT .--. enable: participating carriers tender four years by the Kile family, has.
l made shortly to cover paving on tory Bradford county goes over years and, two Hummer schools. '
normal conditions to make deliveries been sold to Nora B. Kennedy and ,
j iJ.
. West Call, Bay and Orange streets nJ-Sl'IU'UT\U: nO.\I) 11; the 100,000 gallon mark In gaso- Such a record, In itself In to be
::: !STATK; T.1C1UGHCNT : at New York City, Itoston, Britt Deakler of Jacksonville .,
understood private cIti- line 'consumption, the report Issued commended for It usually taken
, ; i.v IIISTOKYThe but Is Is Buffalo Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit The new management; has taken, Ii
Slag for resurfacing state rOl\.a }
zens will buy the bonds. With the \ recently by the Inspection four summer schools to be the
and Chicago in time for mar- charge and will hold their formal J
been in readiness forepreadng i 4
13 has piled
of the brick paving done bureau department of agriculture, equivalent of one year of work
exception '
state tax rate; of 14 14 : between Starke and kets the third morning from date opening Thursday night. \;' '
la 1916, all having put down has showing a total of 109,388 gal- In completing his work In a '
mills fixed Governor Carltonfor of consignment. Hampton Beach has been of t 'If,
by one
and the work will be pushed i
been paid for by the property own- Lawtey, lons for the month of June, us shorter period of lime !Mr. Norman I 1
1929,is the highest In the ,his through to early completion. It la further ordered that the I the most uccessful amusement! 1, r
ers, one-half being paid by the compared to 95,822 gallons /in did not neglect efficient work In I t
tory of the state. term "express service" us appliedto resorts In this section of Florida ,:
traffic over this road, and
property owner on each side of Heavy May. For the state- 18,529,699 his studies lie has just been |I '' f '
Since 1914 the state millage Law- carload shipments of strawberries Conducted on the 'family" amuse- "
that between
the street. The bonds. Issued to especially part gallons: were used during June and elected to membership In Phi Kappa t "
rate has been follows from the Stale of Alabama Is ment park lines the resort hart "
as and Starke has worn the slag
,, allow payment of the paving costs tey 18.S53.809 In May, Dade led the Phi: the highest scholarship
For mills 1915 6 defined such service as been high class in !
1914, 5 1.2 ; smooth' creating a dangerous to mean : every respect ,
of ten where top state with 2,176,181 gallons, while fraternitY' at tha University of
i mills\ ; 1916, 6 1.2 mills; 1917, 9 over a period years condition to traffic in wet weather will enable participating, carriers and It was only through the deathof
: il are wanted. Gulf used the least, 11,363 gal Florida. Such an honor Is won by '
l time payments "
mills\ ; 1918, 8 mills; 1919, 12 No announcement has been given under normal conditions to make I lons. relatively few boys, the senior Mr. Kile which ccI'I. ,
,
wills\ ; 1920 11 mills; 1921. 10- out just how much of the road will deliveries at New York City and curved one year ago that the resort r :
Bradford also showed slight
3-4 mills; 1922. 10 6-8 mills; SALK: OATTI.K: IN HHADFOHO be resurfaced. Boston In time for market the I a : was disposed of. The new management ; w,

1923; 11 1-2 mills\ ; 1924, 10 3-4 fourth morning from date of con- Increase In the amount of fertilizer "NI'It.11'INi.:: ('liI-:% :MAHHT.UIKK : : have had considerable experience '

title; 1925, 10 1-2 mills; 1926, Tuesday !Mr. II. J. Andrews and WKATHKft: IlKPORT: signment; at Detroit Cleveland. 1 used In the county, 113 tons being "" : In the amusement field {!

7 1-3 mills; 1927 7 1-2 mills; Mr. T. A. Andrews of Union coun Buffalo Pittsburgh and ChicagoIn used In Juno, as compared with Mr. Deakler Is an experienced

,. 1938. 9 mills; 1929 14 1-4 mils. tYand Mr. J. G. Boyd of Bradford Date Max: 1\IIn Precip time for market the third morn- 90 tons In \May For the state a A squad of state troops has been I dancing teacher and It Is under

i o county sold to some cattle dealers July 17 87 .20 ing from date of consignment.And total of 14,178 tons were used and stationed on the njwly completedsurfactant stood will Introduce several new

i ii TWO DI3TIN'OUISUin lTOng cf Jacksonville $6.000 worth of July 18 89 81 it Is further ordered, that 27,195 In May Polk county used of stabs road 28, near and novel features at the dance ou I' I
Starke. Mr. Andrews I tho largest amount' of fertilizer, the overhead bridge acroju the
COWlS at July 19 86 69 w approximately: the same running next Thursday night.
of the Times reporter that 3,604 tons, wh'le Franklin Glades, Southern Hallway\ a short distance: tl
Stato Treasurer W. V. Knott stated to July 20 86 71' 1.46 schedules shall be maintained from --- !
.1 Tallahassee, and Supt. J. S. Ulitcn\ ho would have another large herdto Jnly21 84 66 origin territory hereinbefore defined -:I and Monroe did not report any north of Keystone Heights. Cars tJolUTI'UWUlUiI:: : : U j

of the state prison farm, were visItors put on the market In a few July 22 87 61 ,14 to intermediate destination tales. and trucks are halted and examined .

to Starke last FrIday These weeks. Since Union has been declared July23 S9 69 ,19 In official territory, and tbat the for fruit,being! smuggled and Notice Is given lo all Interestedthat

ceqtlomen were enroute from the tick free, beef cattle are July 24 11 clos'ng hours at the principal ship .SKUA: 'ICKM:!' AT wAXTO.V: siren a shot or two of disinfectant u cemetery working will beheld ht, 9+s4 ,

state pr.'con: to other institutions more in demand and are sellingfor Total rainfall _______ 2,59 ping points shall not be advanced. to kill any flies that might bo in McKinney cemetery on Sat'P,,
of the state located In Gainesville, almost double the price they __ Saxton Sunday school will be at this vehicles.\ This section bas been urday, August 17th. Everybody ,

and Ocala, and during their br.cf: did before dipping was started In St. Lulce Baking Company Lake Wales -- Contract awarded 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon and declared free of the fly post, a close come and let's put the resting n

stay here looked up several old Union county Lake Butler ened store In Stuart with In'j' for erection of $60,000 hospItal will be followed by a sermon by ,examination by authorities falling place of our dead In good shape.

acquaintances Times. I new equipment. Her. R. E. Starr of Lawtey, I/,to disclose a tingle fly I C. M, McKinney[ ,. t

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A ] Around Town \ 1 : HAMPTON : David Jones. ,other points of interest while Perry Johns of Starke w;' ,",,

Farmers Farming : )1).. Ada N..n.... ('ur. : The Hampton public school away. business visitor here one daj ]1.1,, (

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The other day we received a letter week and the playgrounds put In New York, have purchased the Mr. and Mrs Harry Ed\\ ,u i-

(By Agricultural Editor) It read: This letter is one the The Baptist series of church revival cloned services last at road'naan' for the summer. sessionof Hampton Beach Casino and have and children of Gainesville \\ ,. .

school. Jocated there and have it In operation visiting the latter's mother. ,
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-- -- -- -- -- -- of a chain started .by a wounded Sunday evening, after having beenin -
School will open August the 5th > L L. Sapp
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles soldier In France in 1918 since progress ten days. The teachers selected are as follows Congressman R. A Green of .

of Farm Experiences and Methods FoundTo then It has been around the world These services were conductedby i : Prof. Lonnie Futch principal -: Starke, was a business visitor here
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R >v. Moore of the First Mrs Lonnie Futch primary
Be Best Suited to Our three times. Send this and three: pastor ; last Thursday.
Country
other copies to friends before 24 Baptist church of Hawthorn.'asststecl teacher; and Iltba Maxwell of Mrs Ed. Duncan: of Lake Butler J NEJV RIVER f

by Rev. Norris, of Hampton Miss Louise Caraway,
-------- ------------------ pastor Is upending this week with her
__ __ Miss Essie| Sapp Cor,
oJ hours Is up and In three days you 0
------ -- the Baptist church here of Sanford and teacher from Tal-
a parents, !Mr and Mrs.L., A. Wynn.
L STATION WORKER FiNiS: 1.1:'r'S VHK OUR "THiNK-C.u'M"w will see the wonderful results. But Rev Norris is one of the best! lahassee. I :....N.wa....o...o beep

STRAWBERRY: IHSHASKOAUSU : beware of breaking the chain! pastors this church has been ableto The outlook for a successful! ]
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BY XI:.\L\1'Onl':! When the teacher In the physiology Just think people- who write secure. lie has the cooperating term of school good. Prof. Futch I : > ; Long
church at Bridge Sumi.ieven'iitr .
class asked "What Is the least Bluff like that are running around spirit, anxious to work, and had charge of the school here last VANDERBILT
All
Dr. A N. Brooks associate plant? used bone In the body one bright loose every day. Needless to say' help In everything that upbuilding term and his work was very satisfactory I : ids Map Canner, Cur.N. : rendared by Rev enjoyed- Butler.; the lien,i.. "-

pathologist at',the Florida Experiment we "broke the chain" but we to the community and for the Trustees, patrons and pupils -
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youngster replied "The head : ....0.0.70004444.G04Miss Mr. and Mrs. 0. W Sapp) .1'> i
glory of Cod delighted to know that
well break down and were
Station has found that the might Just as -
small (daughter were visiting .).Iasonvlllo .
That boy probably knew humans confess right here that our nights I Ho selected- for his assistance In lie would take the work for another Iris McRae and Miss Lil- :
strawberry disease known a Saturday.Among
nature pretty well. have been- one long, horrible nightmare this aeries of services- Kev. Moore, year Mrs. Futch has been lian Kelley of Rising, were guests '

"crimps", is caused by a very small However, farm'ng: Is a profession ever since. Why, oh why did I who Is an able singer and Is filled teaching in. Mile county several of Misses Mattle and Ellen Nor- those who were vlsli, u.;
the State Farm Sunday aflei'
eelworm or nematode (Aphelen- In which: the use of the head we break that chain So far noth- with the Holy Spirit. lie explained years' and comes to us highly man Sunday.Mr. n"<"r.,
wereMr.: : and Mrs. 1\1. F. !It"l"
thus fragarlae) and another "un IA almost a necessity for success. :ng terrible has happened, but w, many passages of the scripture rerommendeit. Miss.. Maxwell, has and Mrs. Charley Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Flank land M.! ., ""Hand i,

known' has been found Dr. Brooks There ia need tor a good bit of 'Just know all our rabbits are going by means of nvental pictures, and experience and Is highly recommended family of Hellbronn Springs, were- baby.

believes that crimps ID the same musclo and brawn In farming but to die. gave each one In attendance some- by Supt. Grime having guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez -

an the "dwarf" disease of strawberries there In also urgent need for .. .. eo thing good and helpful to carry taught under him Sunday. Miand Mrs. J. L. Johns. Jill> 1
her mother, Mrs V. E. Sapp ,
In Louisiana and the "red bialnri.:! Agriculture grows more Our Wcnkly Itridue! I ]Lesson home with them. The other teachers are experienced Mlssle Louie Belle and Johnnie \\
visiting ,Hampton Beach and I E: ,
I plant" disease' In Great Britain. complex every year and the farm- ( By Wilbur C, Blockhead) The attendance was good!: especially teachers. and come to us l'adge-ttan1- Carl Norman ot Jacksonville -
stone Heights Sunday afternoon
The nematodo causing crimps is ers who use their: "thinkingcaps"are This is an unusual hand. In at the evening service although highly recommended. Mr. and will spend a few days of ,"
Mr. W. E. Cov'ngton: mad. ,
not the same as the one causing gradually forging to the front fact we might say a very unusual the! weather was tlireaten- Mra. Futch are moving to our town thin week with Misses Ellen' find
business trip to Starke SaturdaWe
root-knot; it Is smaller and can J.V.. Firor tells In The Pro. hand. South holds 13 clubs, East ing. All Christians! / In the commun- that they may give!: the school work Mattle Norman. >
have organized/ a B. Y. 1'l i
ba seen only under the microscope. gresBlve Farmer of a townsmanwho 13 diamonds, North 13 hearts and ity regardless of denominationwere their entire attention.The Miss Ida Mae Conner and Miss
at New River church which
Crimps causes a loss of strawberry was asking which is well- West 13 spades. We know that helped by those great gospel I'. T, A. will meet at the Lubedla. .Alvarez. Messrs. Pledge i-
held at 5 o'clock
Sunday
plants ranging. in individual adapted to that state. After having looks silly but the children have messages besides the church received city hall next Friday night at 8 and Emery Johns motored to al't"I-"

cases from 0 to 75 per cent of the the amount of seed, time and been playing with the cards again. several additions. p. m. Worthington Springs Sunday af- tend.noon. Everybody Is invited to .P"

crop. It annually destroys S I per manner of sowing and inoculation, The bid: For no reason at all Herman Hardin and family of There w:11 be preaching services ternoon.
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; cent of the entire strawberry crop. explained to him. the man stated South bids one no trump (she Jacksonville, are tho guests of M. at the First Baptist churchof Misses Jeanette and Gladys Car-

r + Crimps is a bud disease, affecting that It looked good all right, but would) East has not arrived yet L. Watterson and family. Hampton next Sunday morningand ter of Hellbronn, were dinner Behind a barricade of Industrial

the young leaves as they de In his opinion there was nothingto I {East Is always late when he has MIM. Moore and children and evening. Everybody is Invit guests of Misses Candacy and Mary and commercial expansion, Tam-

velop. The deformed leaves are it, "What we need is some- spinach for supper) so the bid Mrs. W. O. Bennett, all of Haw ed.W. Alvarez Sunday pa's mid-summer population gain

crinkled or crimped cupped and thing that does not take so much passes to North who takes It and thorp, attended church here last P. flirt and family of Ala- Mi. and Mrs. George Thomas Ia more than 40 per cent greats

narrow and have a reddish and scientific knowledge. Unless we slips it in his watch pocket. It is Sunday( evening.Mr. cliuV county. were 'the guests of ot Starke were visiting relatives than that of 1928 and Is considerably !-

narrow and have a reddish cast get things that are fool-proof we West's turn now and everyone and Mrs. M. C. SWeeney Mrs. Blrt'a slater, Miss: Ada Nimmo here Sunday afternoon. larger than that of 1927) ,

to the serrations main veins and are Just wasting our time." waits breathless for him to speak. have- recently been visiting In last Sunday. Mr. Carl Sapp of Starke attended according to figures compiled by

petioles. And Mr. Flror goes on to say West takes another drink and Jacksonville. Miss Sharehouso of Hawthorn, B. Y. 1', U. here Sunday nIght the Dally Commercial! Bulletin

The nematodes are carried most aptly that there "ain't no passes--his lunch-under the ta- Rev. Moore who has been con- Is visiting her cousin, Mrs.' J. L. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green and official publication of the Tampa
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over from year to year in the soil such animal" as fool-proof farmIng ble and out ducting revival services at the Cooke children of Starke were visiting Merchants' association. Since

and are washed into the plant buds or foolproof any other busi- The play: There really Isn't Baptist church left for his homeIn Rev. r. M. Taylor preached at 111.... and Mrs L. L. Conner Sunday June 1, according to the bulletin,

by rain or Irrigation water. In ness. "If one could BOW without very much play. North seeing that Hawthorn last Sunday n'ght. Hawthorn last Sunday evening. afternoon.Mr. 163 new families have located in

moist fields the nematodes can bought and reap without effort he and South are alone tries a Miss Kathryn Weest Is spending Mrs. P. B. Hunt and her aunt, Clyde Manning of Jacksonville Tampa. For the same period n\

'I travel slowly! from plant to plant; what would farming be like, anyway squeeze, it Is not favorably received this week with her aunt Mrs. Du- Mrs, Cheves of St. Petersburg, spent the week-end with his 1928 the publication recorded !'H

la Inundated fields the spread Is ?" he asked. by South who gets mad and Bose of Vero Beach spent the week-end with !Mrs U. parents Mr. and Mrs. Manning. new residents and 114 !in l'U7!

rapid. The nematodes are scat-, Study practice, observation and takes her cards home. Mrs. Acy Jones of Tampa, U tho D. Rawlev. of Green Cove Springs Nelson Green of Starke was a says> the Tampa Tribune.

; tered widely by the ermoval and heeding good advice from those Next week I will discuss --

resetting of d'seased: runner plants who know and not Just listeningto "Trump'njc: The Partner's Ace" or .

i from the nursery bed. Plant which every soap-box orator who pre- Why I Bite People." '

recently have become infected do tends to know farming will help .. .. -- -'.

i not show the symptoms of' crimps, greatly in developing better farming Yes Mr. Kellogg- we know your ,

and are used as healthy plants, practices for Our farms. Attending nice Crlsplea snap, crackle and "

I Dr. Brooks does not believe that every field! meeting, short poP. but why advertise it? When

t a spray will 1>e found-which will course, and farmers' gatheringheld we sit down to the breakfast table C)1zor :>

control the trouble duo to the fact within reach will help til what we want Is a cereal not a .
,
i that the nematodes get Into' the learn how to handle some things morning salute. U9hhred :: ; 'i-

plant buds. lie says that "a natistactory that may be difficult for us now *

control of the disease And while we are thinking about The Father Hpi-nlis .

may be accomplished by frequent ourselves, we should not forget to I didn't' go to college but my son ,

inspections of the strawberry give- our children better, opportun- ia gonna go.

fields and the removal of crimped It'ea' they will be 'hand! myson '. .
or always I didn't know a lot of things/ .. !
plants. The nematodes should capped In farming. We shouldlet In gonna know. ;> Now! At the PAN-AM- stations t II '
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not be allowed to escape from the them be in club work while I didn't have the money and I :',

1>uda and Infest the soil. Especially they are at home, and when they didn't know the way ,, ,' ,, > there is the perfected : .

liould the runner beds .be finish high school If It Is at all To do thereat/ big things my son ,

carefully watched. Crop rotation possible we should give them- an I Is gonna do some day.I ANTI-KNOCK gasoline. A }

also may reduce ''the numbers of agricultural college or home economics '

this specific nematode the soil." training. This will not en- didn't have the start in life my new thoroughbred ANTI-' _

tirely fit them for their work,' but KNOCK .
CHIPS' son Is gonna get. gasoline that is -ALL '
it will be a tremendous help. I had a lot of troubles, but my

' son ain't gonna fret. gasoline. Nothing is added ;
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Club members in lUboio: AtXJfHr 1S1 ImTS .
,. T'll save him all the worries: that # ,
,county have canned more thin year I liKKr.rAxriaj: ; mv could ever made him.sad, _. nothing could be added .
than they ever have before, states foil 1.'.\n ...:Hs' \VIKK: 'the "
Lord knows
Cause the Good ,
Miss Moielle Madole, home agent. to
-" give better motor
strugglethat; his poor old I you ,
Tuesday August 13, will be observed I
had.
Reports from Volusla'county tell as beef cattle day at Farm- old daddy c.:: performance

of unusual work In canning figs ers' and Fruit Growers' Week, to >o FRKK: sintM: I '\

grapes, tomato products cow peas, be held at the University August '>

pepper relish and fruit Juices. 1217. Livestock programs will Below is an extract from a let- : Drive into your PANAM'C"l, '((" y.. 1", .

continue throughout the week, butit ter received by the county agent I ,

According to an official an- was thought advisable to concentrate : from Dr. J. V. Knapp of the state station today fill tank '
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your
nouncement from the Bureau of the discussions on the various livestock sanitary board_ regard- _. .,:t. I
An'mal! Industry" 706 counties In phases ad much as possible with l' :
ing virtu and serum ,for treatmentof : golden gasoline from the o I
the United States are free of bovine
for the benefit of those who ((ran- hog cholera. / r Fr Y : r

.tuberculosis. not spend the entire week at the "You are hereby advised that PAN-AM pump.PAN : s
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University. tho state livestock sanitary boardin J ,. ;
Mitchell Wulklns, county agent which : '''+ ; '
: will
Some of the subjects "
held Saturday .
regular meeting : .. ; ,
that .. ;
for Walton county, Deports; be taken up on Tuesday include July 6th, decided to discontinue '4.'.-',,; ;,..;j" -- ". "'

the present corn crop gives promise reforestation and beef cattle and handling anti-hog cholera serum v > ',,, ,r, \>, ., ow c,(' ',. ,
of being the best the county "'" -', .
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studies with beef cattle and pasture J
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and hog cholera virus until funds : .
t" "t '
f 't' klr" '
has had for several .
_; years. *. These topics will be discoed "
for in the recent free _
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provided ;: .,I' j.
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by staff members of the I IEXlle'rlmel1t serum bill! became available. Tills !: \1' ... ',;' .' 1)"
The Central Florida Poultry Association :
Station. Practical action was taken In view of the : \ ,1/( ,: I :, _
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is getting! 2 1-2 cents a beef cattle growers will then tell fact that no funds are available at I' d ,.;" ; .

dozen moro for eggs than the how they have been successful li) I 'L,
r the present time 'for the purchaseand .. '\ --
prices received by growers for the rals'ng beef cattle in Florida. A r I : ,
strlbution: of free or part
,
past eight years states 1{, C. number of these will .
i men appear free serum and further, that the ,,
Moore county agent of Orange on the program.) ti r ... r tt:kF.; ,
that .
general has advised 01; .
attorney .. ,
county f.,
H. L. Baker state forester will { z_ ','
no contracts shall be let where '" t r'. _
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and the Live-
Farmers In Santa Rosa countyare spear on Forestry JohnM. funds are not available to pay for J ,. ',:." __
stock and Professor
Industry the commodity purchased, and in : :'t. ": -
taking quite a bit of Interest in Scott, agricultural editor for .' : < '. \
and this connection, you are I Informed .. '-
the demonstration of cotton I -- ','I't "
the State Department of Agriculture / ,'" "
that lion. Ernest Amos, comptroller -
Austrian winter : :' _
following
corn :
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will 'discuss the subject of I \: 'Z '
has advised this departmentthat .
One man looked at a field \ :
peas. handling beef cattle on',the range.. funds would be available / : p.,. ".
and said that he expected to plant The livestock for no >,> .
program the of the free ". \
under provisions ,
intended for "' .
peas on every acre F'armers'Veek is being arrangedby .
serum bill during: the remainder of t.;" ':
cotton and corn- next year. Dr.. A. L. Shealy of the animal .' r 9i:. IY
this iif
of the Experiment year. \ :. .' ...
_ husbandry department I.
1t.DJOlt [ PROGRAM However those who want hogs ;
Station It Is being .r '
NmWI-:SIU-U: FOR Sl'MMKH vaccinated and pay, the full price Le/ }" ..i:
In with the .
9 planned cooperation '
of-the medicine may get in touch ,1'.1KNO
agronomy department, which will with the who Is'readyto "' "
Farm programs from station county agent ,; "
have of the farm _.
charge crops program -
WRUF will be discontinued for serve In this work. The cost of : _: .
15 will
Thursday, August : .f
six weeks, beginning the first of vaccination wail: be only the cost ;
be "Dairy Day" In the livestock:
August. The station will: not be of the medicine -used with no "
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operated for this period, but U will section. ., charge for labor.Watermelons J.o..fI'i' A 1- .'
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be opened about the middle 'ofSeptember Florida's .- '-.
vehicle license -).., ."! ...
are shipped from .
and at this time the -
s tags for the 1930 are to be
year --- ,
of }Florida but when I -
farm will become a every section\
programs
white colors and '
regular dailY feature at 1 o'clock. upon green con- tho Suwannee and Jackson county .
siderably small'In dimensions than
Farm program.have'. been growers get busy there Is "some --J.---
those of The forthcoming
past years. Live ij PAN-AM"
broadcast from WRUF since the plates are to be 5 1-4 by thing doing The Oak Demo-
crat shipment of watermelon
openingof the station in October says !
12 Inches compared with tha
1928 Talks on almost every phase \ pres- I from Suwannee county this: season j i iI
ent one of 6 by 15 inches, or 3-4
Florida I will exceed A thousand car a. The
of
agriculture have been
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of inch smaller in width and -
prepared by members of the staff Inches an shorter In length: 3I I 1 net returns to the growers will ; ANTIKNOCKL

'. of the Agricultural' College Agricultural 4 amount to more than $200,000 and h,1t, ,
the total Income will exceed
i Extension: Service Eperl- Daytona fishermen are making
meat Station State Plant Board $300,000 Watermelons shipped
ready to go forth In quest of fait
so far by the Sowega Associationfrom
State Department of Agriculture I
water trout, which have been en- \ GASOLINE
and others. The radio service of Suwannee county exceed 100
t Joying immunity from hooks 'during '
11(I the United States Department of the past month. Tarpon sea cars. One grower. M. Wooley of _

4 ,Agriculture has cooperated/ thee bass, snapper sheepshead and DlckerU, received $390 for one
car. Up to and Including Wednesday
,\ farm programs also. ether varieties of salt water fish, -
June 26, shipments from
however, are expected to vie with .
The biggest trouble Suwannee county bad totaled 937 i
with the ee -" ,
the trout In popularity, as they .. I, "
swine industry in Florida Is carloads.
have been biting excellently of
worms. The best way to fight ,
late according reports of fisher-
to
,, worms Is to see that all land used men. Winter Garden City council ..

for hogs Is plowed at least twice approves extension of water mains
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r ; a ;year and sown to grazing crops. Davenport Installs water meters. and Installation. of new tire hydrauts. AMERICAN

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1ILwtey W 0' l': 23 G 22 Ruby '1'. J\ohre\ ____ toO 600 the. vn hint. Ion* UN fixed by th" Board on any any reason real that, may be given why ",' 'J
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I.ilwtey W or H:' 23 G 22 Mrs, 31. D. Wells W,. the ,linden.Igned' Imnnt of S .
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w I.alwt..y,. ot Nl')\\' &ot 12 By!:I% of_ 13 6 U 'l3noch: Grime ._ ______ 1600 2000 sold at publicaucUon on the First )Monday In Augimt 1929 It will being. be>

NW '4 .l. _- Ii G U 100 ),'."trILl oie4 hank ____ 500 1060 the fifth day of said month.( Iwfoie. the town hall at Hampton. In raltor.1 1
El;: ot IiW4'! & Wlit ot county, state. of Florida, or no. much thereof an will be "necessary

8JJH! ___ 22 to pay the mount flue for taxes ant opposite the S '
--- Ii 8 160 Federal Land 11a1lc ____ GOO )010 same together with -: :
NW\04\ 0' N\V4 ot N1iN14 /. : the coL of siiQlt, Kale and advertising.H. ,

& ot NE uINW4 L. WATTHHSON. TaxCoIlector for town of Hampton. !.1

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Co. _____ .
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IIKE WI"'OElplVlG'1 Qiic4 townofStarheNE'4; \ < limit'fit uildlllon S S ''''i, S \

.wP o'" OItJ.SN'iCr .. .. \ << 22. Chols.( \\-lrolllJrldae __ 2Gl0( 3000 I,8.:, 8SJIO(, 80 7 2? .:...i' (1." W. \ : ,
( ... II: :I lt 1-20 rt ot lots, Ii .... :No. 4-llMtntu( Block 4 of Blanklng-hlp -_-- 13.70 :
: rV43/ 1 f. Cu 7ZQ .. 7 ot WI 17 orl "Saxon' plat lens H acre! 'S 0
,\!,.:;,( DI\!""''''''fIt:"7p Ii" cQOK4: town of Starke, )Sfot '; ilocdi-d, to 131 hel Smith ",

8W\% ___ __. 28 6 22 CliA (1. "mll'hla-8 ___ :lOBO 2liOO In N\V cor vuluo MHO --____-__ .- l'lIt'lnle' Jinnies ______.l.__ 7.60
T o Lake Wlndcinxere Bungnlow :4 1 lot ,"ulllt1..nhllr 48; "' No. 5-SV4 aireH( lying !13 of I t

C imp. tlio first of Its kind established : It \V ot Nr.1 ('
in the Canadian Rockies has boon j (Hlle' Lt t8 & ,'unV 3 no f t.W: '/i value 'IOO ____19! 7 22 ,"', f'. .Thlw4I'. ___,_..:___ _..SO ,S .
7t In ii '
: NO R-1I11I lOt ti ,informed Into a Ranch-Camp for 105F37ft3inN : .t. S S
N\V cor" of NHJ4 of 11: 1'1'". '" ,
,: under the joint direction of Miss I 105 tt to bcg O"hl" ,"" A run 1-3 82 1-.} yards" .4 !
.v iry E. Cutler of Minneapolis and town nt Idtal'ke NEl4of I "; t I Oil YIII'V' S3 1-3 yards. S it I

in I Harriett E. Cooke of Chicago 8\\" '. -.-- .. 28 0 U ::0J.. :;\[. Ihr.'."" ,.,..:_ ._____ 100 IGOO N Illil yards 14i'(' 30 f" |i 7 5 ,
< 011I ILl :N E cor of lot ltnngt; IliK anft IJ f>fNW S
j i 3 ladles having had considerable Gofnlkl8JrrulI\V -' ....,. of. si':\ of Nii': S '
once In the S '. .'i. ..; S, .,-I innV ins rt 8 .26 S 1
e management of no tl :Ii 20 't F,1 GO ft i II ,. S
a i camps selected this as an Idealt tt 20 ft to .h".. S lOll rt N 22S ft tn t>t of 'I; s -
.b..K all lllock. Wilght I '
for girls desiring; an active out- nrgtowno .IItarlce'I : '" & Hniuvliett addition I all 'I: I i
life combined : :- h ot w", __ _28 8 23 .1"'. C.. }tolllllgll\'r. 600 600 ; I
d ""r with Instruction "I u HlocV. 1 lots 12845:I S :
,. 20ttnf464ftnf! 5. -5 valued 840110, s !\' i
.a art. The stair includes Instructors ) 'S .
fjLIar k. lot 3 ot Ill It 18 o'lg pri.I..c'rty stock I'or"o"al"J,
in riding swimming and craft tnwn of IoItl..lc.. =" 1'114 ,' ;:. '
camp and c-nr vnluncl, $104111| .._. __ ', /
In addition to teachers of handicraft of I\W _- _. _38 I 6 22:I .'":"'I F. (1'Itelllisgaworth, ___ MO I 600 No. 7 -All of SW V u'M\VV.-- uu. ? A.A. 'Durden. .. __-j__,-->__._,, 84.G' 'udl I

and painting and the course is corn- : 1 lot Coin 294 tt F: ot S of Sac 80 1'WI| 7 HniiK f';, ,"f"I(
I ot' ('all & I 82 lylna13 i: of '
S
I foIN ('or City limit S
bind with participation in the annual /qlllZ l\9J I Court eta & ""UII n line valued tiOO __ -. __J_____ T>urhm & Saxon \5 I
four day cross country ride of 7IOwPS'o.tto 114e4QIfi'I-I... II..... '- on (',,11 "t 43 1-3 ft. s '.' No. II All NVi\( of sn,. S ___.___ 4.40 ,I .' I

tilo__. Trill_. Riders ot ths_ Citnndlsrnlacwk._ _.__ ___ M 521\' ft W 43 I-a ,"" e\cepi 8 fti"I'(IN In "pill: l'nl' I ," ;1': ,
les: Both Miss Cutler-- and n supervise the trail riding expeditIon electrically lighted. Thero are tl .;, ft to Leg, In & "X""I"| t 6 nci 1....* lu HWcor : I '1j'

Dr. Ccoke forming part of the course In diversions for many Starke .. .. ___28 8 2"t: I" 1.'roll"e, &:. Vest of Value S S nJ. ''I
the lly
have Bpsnt several summers In this vacationist. Includ ;11110' ),1. OrllllJ1 ___ ,__ MO 800
camp craft for
the _
girls. The Jlon 8&UO 30 7 22 t..
n :on and are enthusiastic In their Randolph Bruce Lleutenant-Oov- ing trout fishing In the smaller A lot corn 23 tt 11 In So. Conimwncw-'-nt' Sfl- cor- Durden Harper ______ 060 1)) .

praise of tho health-promoting valueof ernor of British creeks and lakes within easy reach. ii ot NW coy tit I"t-"l of Hi-c I'l anil ribs N 141 ,I S ..fjl
ranch-canp life In the Rocky Columbia has his Lake WIndermere Is ideal for bathing: Oil Cnli! .t &: run :i 4t. 'al'dMV' 70 yurils, H 145 a S, '" S "\\lJ, I S
summer home S ;. '
In the neighborhoodand and boating the summer rtI-J.2LtltllnNH Xiiclx K 70 jniclM to beg ; ,.,. I S ,
mountains cl Canada. They took Is keenly Interested the movo- temperature tt to ('all: "t thence S and all of lllock 9 of ;J :
part in last years trail ride to the ment. averaging about CO degrees, and the \V tobeg ,& all lot S Hiixnii IMnt lying W of S S f" .

Lake of the Hanging Glaciers In the Lake water is always crystal clear. Several 4eXS'24ViftIll 1\1.\ r I Stale' lioad' No 13 value I, 5 t. $

Wlndermere Camp which accommodates small Islands 23 T J.. OrtOin ._____ $2000 _________ 1 :' S
Lake Wlndermero district of British about dot the lake making IlIk 20 In IoItarke 211 6 -+._ 4000 4500U N>. 11--H" of -one- -ncre------In Johnson & Saxon _____._, 31.40 '
forty-two ) 'I,
guests Ideal t
Columbia and have engaged Walter consists of places on which to land and :; : town 'S1.!] cor "M:>I.'s of I.i8l. ,Heo ,
a large main building and "loaf" 211 6 22 Chlt O. Woodbridge __ 2GOO 3000 '
well known hunter or fish according to one's do- 19'rwn 7 r........ 2" "..Io 5-. S
Nixon: and guide small separate sleeping bungalows all sire. Ict. 'tIQt_ ) _&., lOtS 1I"i.jiloiJ( 'in'i; ii1; I propel 55 1,'!
B 6 i Jtittu 'tv 75 ._ i ;
orig lowf tarke2S 6 22 J'. T. Ik..y; & No. 12 | Loin$1 o ---------------------W'. If. Orlflln ._.______ 10.70 ,IIIL' .. '
rrom 3 to 111HIix.lt
Buyers of Cars the issuance of a tag. If We have ton / btrliklanil of Htarke, Florida. L. 11. Alexander _, __-_ 450 750 111 MuccalM' n fill nnd .I .. .. ,..

I read the law aright It ia a retro- who on October 26, 1927 made. Dlk 31 as extended on 1 lots 6 6 7 7 8 I lllock 1 11 I Mo- l'

llomcptcut JJntiv.; No. 0.1411; for UnKey'K: map orlg ('ItIl' mid, value 1400 S .___...__ Chan S .
Should Beware active measure that will reach Went Half of Northonwt quoiter town of Slaikw .- 28 8 22 Gulf Refining Co. ______ 2500 5000 No. 1.1-Lots 1 ti.> 25 --In- P. (Hover __._____ 7.60 !*! 1 '

bACk into 1929 and "Section 4, Township 6 H. Han it e 23 E Lf.,K J 4 B 8 of nile (Muck' I lois 1 to 9 In ., I
bring in aright Tallahassee Meridian has tiled no- 83 J M. Johns add to lllock 2 lotS 1 to 9 In S
.
I.nnt" l.citlsilntiiro. PiiHfPs' Iaw ItlI"I..lInar <.- ; cons derahl9 sum in dellnitient tice of Intention to make Three-year Starke .. .. 28 8 22 A. H. Johns _,.______---- 500 804 Block 3 lots 1 to 0 In Hlk .4 ...
auto taxes and reach up In- p'oor.tn extabllxh claim to the lam Lots' 1 2 1 12-r---- of b.
(: Tae cue VIMM A>r 10 1930. and send above i1e"orlbpflv liefore Clerk Clrrult Hlk 11 I.. C'O'H 4 lots 1 104111/110)1.11 i i1liti.i "
several hu.ndred pink, COlitis Ire I ncinioio 0
SiHoiul-IIaiiil' Autoinobili-H (Pourt at Starke. Florida, on the arid to Ktftiko 28 8 23 T. Williams' ________ 1100 1250 or loss all lying on \ SS; .S S
maybe thousands----of oldwornnut Seth li day of ) S v.
AuguHt. 1929. Lots I 5) 8 9 itO Ulle 11 II: ei.1 Uof NMM .'tl NISV4 or S S
cars to the Junk pile Claimant: rianit-H an wltnt'Ruefi! I.. T. & CV_ add to '
nil lllock 2'l anil lots 2 3 5 .
People who deal in and sell secondhand which Isn't a bad feature by any .1., /MiMtln.. ot Stance Fla "lal'ke ..-- 28 8 23 r. J. Pearce ___________ 500 000 4 5 II 7 R III Klin.. .k '15 and, 5 S S.
automobiles would do means. Some II. H Hlaneliard. r>f stnrki*. Fla. Lot, S 6 7 8 9 10 of j S lots 3456 Mccnllit I add S S S ? 1
of them
5
I should have K. W. Ha>'eH, of StarkFla.. nik 12 I,. T. & Ce'.. S S 4 vain,* iniinu) :iiei, MtMia I : S

well< to obtain a copy of Senate Bill been there years ago.-Ocala Star. C. It. btncklaml' rr )nti-rk. f'mxmoE -.. add to Starke: __ ._28 6 .22 Mrs. Currlo D. Hitch __ 1750 2000 property JlilO! totiil I 5SOii) _._______ Hampton( I Devvtoplna[ Co. D1.90 ; i .

:No; 7-X. which became law ] c. cnoM 4567891011, f Mo.14-Lot 13 In Hlock 14 5 5 5 1 ,. _
upon I' Uaiford Construction of $1- fommUHloner. of JtegiBter711ot816. .. of nik 17 I. '1'" & VII I us far.1I1,; neisomil 1 property t .

approval by the governor June 21, 230.000 (',).M 11"<\ to Starkf ._211 8 22 r.... II. F. Demnrost ________ 200 400 tola! 551)1)) ) .___-______"_ (3.V..S Olllit ..._ _.__*__ 800
state
prison practically All 111k 26 I :T. & CUM, No. I 4-13 ni-ri-H HWV* of ,
before they buy or d"al, In completed. add to Htarke. 28 6 22 A. Hesucnt -- .5 8WW Valu uro.<> ____ 29 7 22 .- :jr. U., hodges estate S
_.__ 460 .
_
hand sel'onc1-1 VOUCJ3 of- .4PPMrt'iioroil ___ ..:__ 600 700 No. I Hi-Loin :.1 I 4 Hloik 13 ,
If they don't
cars. .
1..otx of 1 ]',, .
6
7 Hlk -
Plant City Plant 'J',tx IHUIJ: value ,
bill and comprehend Its meaning' City Grow'ers' ViM & Trilby' ad! NO 18-iI'g tiono, 210 J -ft---11..f-- ____.._-.. li Mradfoi-d County llanlc 18.GO I ?

they are In for a rude Jolt when AssocIation! will install new Notice In to stnrke' -... 28 6 22 A. Z. Adklns. ______ 600 800 HW of 8I3VI I: "( 8i'i' 4ac .
hereby .
.
(given That H P. t-otM 1 2 6 7 10 Hlk 2 ,
machinery III TWMI 7 I Hnnwp 23 .
(bey go out into the highways! and ORlnev holder of Ttax Certlfkate I tun S S
.. DavlM & Tiuby'n add v S
N 378 ft 11 101 ft 8 IllS ft
No. 60
Palm Beach $25,000 will be till clay of July A. n, iaae. __ __ 28 6 22
oy ways to sell a secoiia-nana car hits to. Ktnike A. Z. Adklns 300 600 W 104 ft to beg Lots
fll whose owner has not paid a personal expended for Improvng! Royal and. nmile application, for tax my oiTlce nik 2 1'S. Matthew 14 t HI Hlock I 14 tnliil value .
) issue thereon In deed to \ add "A" to Htnrkn .28 6 22 E. S. Matthews .___ GOO 1000 81500 1 : personal I Iru'.t.ty| i S S
tax on said car tor 1929. The Poinciana hotel. accordance ? t
with LotM 123458 flIt D *:lh4t/ lolul.. IITHl/)' .___ .... 3 )
law. Sill& d rertlfloate -------S F. Huuser. ____ _.____ SO.40 .0
embraces ,
automobile tax law has teeth In it Plans proposed for constructionof riillnvtlnir deHcrllied lbs N J Jones. add to Xo ID I -Vf >'j' Illnrk I 12 Me-\ .

and there is going to be some fil I JJiuclfoid property ...Ituutlu Starke. _. .. __ 28 6 22 J. U. Alvarei* u________ 1600 2000 Call aild 1 value 18110/ ;, pvrc"iinl S 54 4
bridge Florida
squirming when these teeth across Indian River at wit: county, to- Lots 7 n) 10 111k I> I ,property, $;60 total J
are '
felt St. Lucie in near future. Lot. 5 8 7 8 of rtlock 21) Ward City, N. .1. Jones add to 'loiio_ -------------.0 .,.4 Minnie Johns _______ 1200 S : S
Section 8. Htarke _- n. 28 6 22 IJ. :M. & Tholnm J3. Johns 400 No 20 0'1 acres lying! N ."
Township 7 600
In plain English. or curbstone Construction under way of 20 l aHt. South Itangu Lots 4 S H ex n E ft of (;tV.. J... IliiK-K lIne "t> the t:. 5' .,1 .
$\%Tl/, of $WI and 11acres S i ,:
American unless the second-hand widening approaches leading to The assessment of Bald Hlk K N. J. Jones I4- '.. S 5 ; I
S '
: ; property add to Htarke _. .. 28 6 22 line 13 of the city ,' S ), S
-
under Mary
the said certificate Wnlnwrlght :i. :
iSSO
car you buy after next October 31 spillway bridge across West Palm In the name of Unknown.iKMued wan Lola 1234678: nf 760 limits' Hue and Hnnlh of 5- ", :' '" '1 i.

was carried on the 1929 tax assessment Beach canal between Lake Worth Unless Bald. certificate shall be re- Hlk 1 Highway add S (O. 8. & F. In HW(., of S ,S ji.: t '

rolls of some county in and West Palm Beach.oricn .deemed 1 according to law tax deed to fftnrke -- ___28 6 22 Mary O Waliiwrlifht' ____ 300 COO HWi. Hire It uiul ni-3:! S I '
the state you will not be able to will issue thoieon, on the 29th day of Lntii2a4SOlBDof: \ a ncroM In NI.:1tot\ NW/ S S I ..1 I;: ,
July A. n. Ilk 2 add. .
1929. Highway S lying ft rot (I. 8. Ac i"> Ity. S
obtain a license tag for it next year > FOR PIIIMCATIOV Dnted this 24th day of June A. to Stnrke -28 8 22 Mary Wnlnwrlght value 1.100 pni-Hiinal" |l.ruI'I, *

until and after you, have paid the D. 19.9. Lots 1 234667 7 Hlk ---- 400 650 erlv $ !110.( total, $ _..___ ______... .*, _________ t.70 :-: ." I, .,
ad valorem tax that should have O W. ALDERMAN.):: 8 Tpmplftx add to S No. 21-1 -4 I'om nt SH) c'i>r of S ii .c
S ; .
Serial No. 021431 ; Department. Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford Starke _28 6 22 Mamie E. Clrimn \\960 NFl" of foIl'lV; and runs ,j. .. I
been assessed against the car for the Interior. General Land l Ulllco at (Seal) County, Florida. N 76 ft of lots 3 & 4 of _____ 1600 N 40/) r.Is l W MX idsi. M 40 I 1

19.9 : furthermore, the present Ualnenvllle Florida, July 13, 1929. Hv BLANCHQ ALDERMAN, Hlk 1 J. l>. Jones S / r.Ito.g'! vnhiu llll ________._ Kll.iihelh: Johnson __, '.20 ''!IIi ". 4
Notion l I.. h..r..hy given that New- "..<.B-7-an: Add tn Hturke __28 6 22 .- rT .L No.. 22-BI", .( IS U 11I18 17 ,. :
owner of an automobile who has Deputy Clerk.OTI12 .: .:.___ .John._. gOO AnnHKVi .
.m ----------- VVV 'vvot Wright A Scamlrett add
S ac-rca In t,1t or I'IW'1j
dodged; payment of an advalorem S value' $r.1I1I __ D. J'. Johnson .
__
NW hounded 1-1 __ 8 '
4 --- ------- ---? ? __ .90
tax this year won.t be able to buy \ OF I'H'\LIZ.\TIO: \ OF PUOPKKTY by Flrnadway Rt W 5 oJ J.,_, .. __, .. No. 21-Block Wright! & I f.\ I )/I.5 '

one of the nice green and white The Honrd of CommIssioners by Christian Bt & S S S' Hcamlrett add value II80O S : I : 1 .
.
County of Rradford County adjourned C. I. Week add ('ontalna" )I ;
tags the state will have sale Monflav) July Int. for the bv land ot Mrs. S S \: "
for purpose of organizing an a Hoard of Kfuall2erM.| lotH from I to 28 all In S \' '
around Christmas time unless and The' .l ''i'dUOd Equalizers was then organized with J. (}. ( Hum p h r 01 y In NWtI ot NE"I lying H Sc ,
l S I
man. J. Drew KeddlHh I 'T.ete"n.Ch't:; :; Starl ..__ _.25 6 22 J. W nt two railroads value : .ill I S
until he has paid a tax on said car o. W Hlnnon and It. EIIk F. Colley ..___.....:____ 700 800 :, ;
Tax Assessor having preHented his hooka showing the assessed valuation 8 In na8kln add "' Sto > 1500: pemonnl, properly. ., '. '

for the current year The law says of property mihject to taxation for examination !hv the Board In compliance Stance' -____29 8 22 4 T. .7. Johnll ......_; SOO 41)0 JOO, total .600 ________19No. 7 22 J. F. Johnson ---...-- 4100

so and the tax collector must and with the requirements of the law and the Board of County Com- Nf\4\ ______-___ 1 7 as' 160 A. N. Wail '';: _._.....__--- UO KHII 24-Com 80 yards W of a : IJ1

will obey the law._ mlHMlonerN having given notice for 15 day by Publication In the Hi'ail- NWr RI.r -- I 7 22 no W L. Wall :._....___:: 1880 2840 ,HW. ror or HE'1' ii. ;# S
ford County lelegmph a newspaper' published In Htarke Bradford (Coun Lrts123456759: S Twp7 hedge IS, run W70 S \\I
Here
are a few sections- the ty l'lorldlIhat the Hoard would meet on thin day an a Board or equalizers I" 11 12 13 If & \V 5 N 10 yauls. 8 70 yiir'lM. '0. S : l
new law. Read 'em and weep If for the )purpOHe of hearing complaints and receiving testimony. an. to Lbs 25 tt ot lots 18 19 20 ..; Leg and 1 lot cor 70 ydsW S S

You have been dodging auto ad value of any pioperty real. pemonal or mixed an" fIxed by the County. Tax 21 22 nod all iota 23 S. ;75 ,. of HE cor c>r 8eo 19 e \:1"18 j
A" "Hllor. 2425292728inC.J.Week. N 70 W 10 1\\ S
valorem taxes < run yards( '-_ ; I
: The Board then took a. recess until 9:00: o'clcok a. m., Tuesday, July pub div ot j yards.. 8 70 yards K: 10 i J"

Section 2. Whenever application 2, 1920 4wt* ot HE'4' .x 11 S .' S yards to beg, value. IIOOD' -------- Wm. Kalch ____._ J8.70 "'.1". I S
shall be made for .the registration The'Board; met pursuant to recess on July 2nd. 1929. with all membern:; 2G tt ot lot 1 ___ .__19 7 22 J. 5'. Johnson u-------- aoo 400 No. 25-Mine'k 7" H of -- :"" --- ;. t'

of a motor vehicle it shall present and proceeded ax a lloard of KrjuallterH; and continued from day WI<. 0' 8'V'4 ot NW% fhurch value 3200, per S II: r'S
be to day until the 9th of July. A. r. 19211, at which time they having & all N\V'1': of HWI/. S itonal pioperty 8vuluo: ( S ,jt S '

deemed subject to a showing to the work n a Board of Kqualliem: they pre ented the following completed I N of Hy -27 It .35 7 22 47 J'. S. Meadll ,... ....._-= 300 no 3400 -----____________ C L. Howler __________ 7.80 ':fi ,1 l S.1
j the contrary that the' vehicle for list of property, as laving been. eiiuall-ad. Coin ILt 1\ Point 363' ", -. Na5 26-Lots 5 9 7 I 9 If.t! ;
S 5 ,. Hlock ,14 lots I'l I 11 I t
whleh I tt J.J ot N\V cnr ot 12. .
(! the :
application Is made was ,.
NE'l' ot NIoJVo Sc run S i Hlock 16 vnhiH $1500 ----_____._ A. A.: McDonald ______ :U.tO \."
subject )
to assessment for taxation !See. Tp. ii.ft No. 27-Lots 1234 lllock
llcm'rlptlon 0".... Front TMWj S liT. ft 22 142 tt N Si "
In the previous'year; or If the apPlication -I Its tt W lU ft to .,. 2 Wright A HeILlulr..tt. r ,.," :: !

is made In November or N' of SWVi ,of NWV b"g ________ 30 7 22 T. tf.. Hagan ._ ___ 200 aoo add value "01)$ ------------____- W. i.. McCurr ________ 2.50 !" ..I ,
tie I & NWV of NWV & Cum 185 ydll E ot NVcnr No 29-Lots. 13 .14 15 16 S S ,
I :ember, that It' was subject to SKV: of NW,, ------ I 8 20 100 lr"V.. H. Yarborough f 200 $850:; ot I'TfoJI/o ot NE'1 M<.('all'.* all lllnrlc 13 ... S r i
a.sment for the I 11(37 value $600 I't.s! val '
taxation in Lots 11 12 13 14- 15 of I

same calendar year. I I Blk 8 Ward City .- 8 7 20 T'. A. Week.. Co _______ 850 600 S& lOll run ydH I.J 82\V.8J t-3 ydll 1.3 S ue $500.)< total 81000. ) double S S S S
,' assessed .
I Section 3. It shall be the duty Lots S 8 K 8 10 11 of yds N 1011 Yd" to "elf 30 7 22 a A. A. Durden.' : lliOO - ------------- ,_ \V. n.. Hicks _____.______ 17.0 ,
the I Ulk 15 Ward City.- 7 20 J. D lloxter, Ouar ____ 350 600' LotwlZa4SSTSor T--- 2000 No. 3o-.Lot 16 Block 14 & ,"." ".'1'' ,
jof county tax assessor to as- I Lot 7 of BUt 16 Ward all Hlk I S / WV4 Hlock' 2 all Block 5 I ,

| S( s for taxation any motor vehicle 1, City _ 8 7 20 MIss Ollle Hague ._____ 100 200 add to hampton'Wrights. ,.30 7 a2 J. F. Johnson S 3 except lot t 2 deeded S 5 .s !5 r to.. .
subject Frac Blk 17 .x lots I -- ,..._ 1300 1600 tn church lots from 1 to .1 ', I I' S
to assesment for J.o' 13 If 15 18'ot
taxI I 23 all lying N of HW 'S
|at an as aforesaid which shall have &iorrEPlde&eXw Alk 18 in hamptOn. 30.7 22 W. D. Jilek. .... __.. ____ 2GO of 8IJVt of SKV contains cor S .\ .
been I 50 tt Ward City 8 7 20 F. C. Summon -.,____ 100 ISO) f..oti.8 78&lot6e* 300 : I S I '11"
omitted from the roll. l Lot,; I 2 11 12 of Illk S I, acres, value 318011 com -' S :

Section 5. No motor vehicle I 19 Ward City ------ 8 7 20 L. A. IWowri __________ 850 ,800 l.oftl] )I In ft rci of:Jii'lU S .,. at 8 BW"c 19 cor run of 8i3'/i N 100 of ft KK>I\.\. ... I 1 (ti I .\
.
..
hail be registered; and no number I NW'4 of NK': *: N.%_ 25Ei 5 21 70 rot Hampton ____.30 7' 22 T. M. Hagan ___,,_S ______ 4"0 GOO 210 ft H 100 ft W 2111 S I "
I NK -. ota.1 Federal Land Bank
Col. 400 600 Lot I KeV ao
I Plate therefor ttofr.ot ft to bog value $300, r>-rHonal ,
shall be issued after '
I $ of NE'j & Hi!. of )
S
2 0' Ulk 29 Blnn- property $200 f
J'ne thirtY-first day of October I HWV of NEV. &. ton'. add to Hampton -. S total value. $3:1110: _____,;.._ J. ir. Saxon ____________ 40.70 1 .
1929 unless and until the aopll- I NE'% of HEV. & - -__ 30 7 22 Hampton Stat. hank __ 100 No. 31-From HK: cor of "' S

apPear acres In SK ('or. ._. 28 8 21 130 X Watnwrlzht _____ 1300 1800NEVi Hamp'on _______80 7 12 Hampton St&te Bar1k __ 835 ft to' point then run ;
that the vehicle not of tooo 1300 t
was All NK of SW S sy ot 8t' ot &
:/ NF4VI N 210 ft F: 105 ft 8 loll ft 1
SUbject to assessment for taxation I branch & RKVt of "' \ % of SF4: Nyof E3lStti4lItItW42O I".

.ti aforesaid: I MW'4 ________27 5 21 80 Federal Land Hank ____ 310 520 NF'of ____83 T ft to .beg value 300.______ h 5
'or that the tax upon of NWV ___ _34ait. 6 21 40 Federal Land st5! U 100 Durden & MaxII", ________ 35$) 850 $ _____ D. Wf Swindle _________ .80 .
:: Bank & RWIot NW No. 32-1'.rouI101 S
'he % ____ 3f
vehicle. If 1 T sa fO Ourden & Ma"on ______ property l. .
so subject to assess- Mrs Louanan Bias. __ 104 280 NIo I1f NW'4 W of ry ISO 280 value $6200 .__.--.__ -'. Fruit Growers Express i.so ; 'I"

lient hag been paid. I of BEHi- -------- 2 8 21 80 Federal Land Bank ____ 300 520 ex 1 1-8 a In rOIeor: 2 II III 81)) W. (). eal. ___________.. 241) 1160 No 33-Lot 1 Kelsey artil .I; 1 .1
111 other words. the owner of a I %VLjnfNEI,4&22140tNW'4 N\o\! ot NWI4' ot IIWI/: ._ 2 8 aa 20 O. "'. Wackerman ______, 80 Block 4 vain S2liO per'I'
new car who applies for license I NWV of ('nr of NI-H. of NW4! 130 sonal property 850. total ,.

i'a*. after November 1. must a show I NWt. _______11 8 21 200 Federal Land Bank., ___ 790 1300 F: 0' Tty-Ih acre __ 2 II III n. w. Moore .___________ 51) 10.. NQ.lfa"r.value: 331)0 ... r.-, .., --..*,.-.-.-.----__- John T. HinlthNW __________ 8.00 ,- .1j
\ I SE" of SWLi&Of!; \ N J'h. or NEIl. ____ !I .8 W. w.& ,_ ... ,S
That his car was not subject torl I, artnf. fllTl/. u'1 1: 2 1 !50 Federal. Land Bank ____ 273 400/ -- ,:- :: : -=-_::::::: 6 i 12 160 U.' F.' ;Watkerman- -:::::: 459 it.I cor value of lllock 4 Kemeya ;.

> iBment the current year the 314 of SWVi ot HWH! __ll 7 21 _v It. n. i-iumpnrey __..:..:.: 110 sari .... A. n(<.of8El4ot' 1040 *17 C. J Weeks$10. loin value 10 16 I

r'''wner of an old car whether he All .. __-_________20 4 22 640 Tax Certificate _______ 1920 3511) NW4. ____-___ II.II 22 :340 n. F. Wackerman ______ lion( 2200 S I $100, personal sun property I 4-

just All .-21 4 22 IIU Tax Certificate _______ 1920 3520 All .-_-__10 11' 12 54(' U. F. JJakrtlln, ______ 1020 322 ISO total value $t/l'/ } ._ ______ I ,
jj'as come Into possession of N'4 Duryl Smith _______ S30 S
__ 2t: 640
t All 22 4 Tax Certificate. ____-__ 1920 8620 --IS 8 22 320 O. F. \Vckerttmn ______ tto 2080 No. 35-All of I-W14! of ,
r or i Is the original owner must All ex"SEVi"of"SE"v;:__ 3AH 4 23 600 Tax Certificate _____ 18/10/ 3300 NWI4 of NU14 &.'i'EI4 SWI,. lying W of City S

how that It was assessed for an _24 4 23 640 Tax Certificate. _______ U20 3UO of 8EVI' -_-___ II ti III) O F. Wa'kerm..n ______ 240 520 limit line In HMO 211 Twp i

"1 valorem tax and that sad'! tax NF'4 ot NEil! & WVof ( I I EV lrts of 1 NEVi 2 -_-___17 8 .3 80 U. F. Wackerman, ____.__ 240 6.0: 7 range 22 K: vain 3100 _______ (Oeorg Saxon __________ 2.39 5 5
', NEI4" NH 0NW3' or NEl' ft Nm 35-I.ots' 12 Hlock
| as- paid or then and there pay the ________25 4 22 200 Tax Certificate ______ 11/10/ 1300 Eli of NWVi lots 6 S 14 and; lots 01\1\ 14 IS 16 5. iJ 4 S

lu( : before he All ______.: __28 4 2a 610 Tax Certificate ____ of SEVi ___ .21 8 22 260 U.
can secure a license. 1920 31121)$ NW" -r F. Wackerman _____ 710 1690 Block 18 value $801) ..------__ ___ B. T. Saxon ______ _____ 19.50 I if
SEI ot SEJ-j27 4 2l: 800 of & rLotM u
0 a, case of owner beware. All .x Tax Certificate ____ 1100 8300 :: No. .8-LotM 3 4 Block 14
All ex NFot:! KW\4\ NcI' 2 8 23 200 O. F. 7 :3 Block ;'.
Tte: Wackerman ______ 600 1300 0 10 value 4 J
new law will slow up the & Kx 8EV* of SB),__28 .4 22 680 Tax Certificate _______ lUO 303"$, 8W,, cf'NEiriess'lOacres $800/ t. ,
-- --- ------ ------- ,- Mrs. IL .. Croft 10.59 '
f a 1 car business somewhat before All ____ "_"_"-29 4 22 840 Tax Certificate/ _______ 1UO auo In "NK cor .. 0 I No. 3 -All of land lying* --------- F" ''f'
( the kinks are worked out, be- Jdtj o.! ot i4f.w. nf NWj E''",", ,inside of city limit of ': 'I l t
f'De of BEV' .& all W1af of SWVt A $,,;'/. .K o NWV of NWVi of HMO' 25 I (
the fact that there are NEV B of river __30 4 :22! 200 Tax Certificate _______ 1100 lOtI acres InS f cor E.. ..f Twp 7 range 33 contains 1 .

laCy automobiles In the state on VEV4 of .-** 4 22 180 Tax C"rt flcat.. ______ no$ 880N clay road _21 8 22 30S Keystone Heights Country ll1, acres, value $500 --- ___ f'. VanaUtln I - t.S$)
h:11):': no'personal tax was paid I1t & NE'i of BEH __33BVi 4 22 380 Tax; Certificate ____ 1080 23fO Personal Club ____._ Exempt: 2000 Vo No. 40 I-I..ot-Block 32 valu I *.1100:::::---__ = Unknown .. -:: :---. 1.90 I
4
|'ii! of NEH 8WV! property Florida Tower & Light K-Uey add
Year. Those taxes must be of ,sID, A SEVi of f- Company $14,700.00 58,800.00' value. $.00) __ __--._ _______ Emma MIxon .. 3.80 srtI I
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'Id by whoever owns the car be fi _. .____ )Hn. 4.-Lois S 3 IIUMtun add ? < 5 J1d

1ft''re a 1930 license tax Is Issued Nwt4.', *. .sii WV-;, of--*f 1 22 660Tax certificate __... __ 1690 1140 'i property J" wm"and.ord..red by tire b.Board thatthe foregoing name*. description of value 360 8400/ total personal value property $1&1.. .__ Dan Bellamy 8.10 Ii trs

every year thereafter prior to NIIt ...Wt1 EVi\ of ;,, a newspaper published vL"1ay"!!"at pUblllthed In the Bradford County Toligraph. No. 44--,Lot t Weeks add j yI'

I Starke. In th. County o_ Bradford for fifteen value 3,190 ____ Mrs. R. D. Itawlejr _- 8.40 SS

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$that the following d.rlb.d> land will be .sold Description e. W>. of 81'<14 of SE% & Prescott
Is. hereby given the 00 S. I.e ------
TCotlpe IN A1 (}LTfT. U2I.! It __ 23NWU 7 20
PLANTING MONDAY nelnfj & ____
F1HHT Eli ofNWV. > SW'4 -
at public auction on the 1)onr at Ktarke In SWV & !! 1.'Imhp" "n. ____111\.71\ BWVi of S13Vi
Courthouse
!t.lh day' or said month before the much thereof ru,, will be necessary of !PKU __________ 2 7 19 2011 Rmpir oJ.lwardil 2M.91 of NEU & NEVi of Lumber Co. .
State of Florida or so ___.._ 3: 7 19 40 Thos. U. ------ __!* 7 20 120 mplre
with _
IS TO ford county for taxes. set opposite: the spm", together SKVi of SKVi tflO mplre Lumber Co...,,___ 03.18 NWVi & N1CV4 (If SWVi
TREES amount due 7 19 40V.. P. Byrd ---------
to pav the and advertising;. C. A. I'UTCH, Tux Collector SV, of NW'4 & 12>iOfSW'-. 19 to 1'1nplre I1lnhIen Co. ------ 23.311 ot FlE" ____ ________24 7 20
the post of such sale NK'4 of' NK'4' ____u___ 4 I holding 23.3M NW '

STRESSED Com 105 ft S of NE cor o". S'-j of N.<, of NBVi __ .____ 10 19 40 40 O.Mr.W.Isabella Harry __________-__ 23.38 Com nt SR OOP of 'ee' 24 100& ,
BE W _. 10 7 111 Bet line
SEW of NE'4 ft ""t.>,4 of SKVi -- n ru nV on : .
___ 420 Tl kt 106) ft i.: 4n"t} N Keller\ 12.00 13'.. of NWV, & N1'J'of\ Empire Lumber Co._____ 92.48SW t'\nlt"\ N 20 "h"".. E 100
160 20
29 a 22 3. J. ------------ & SWVi of MKVi' 10 7 19 to sec lliie.S B.'Roberts
ft to ---- SWVi chns. 7 20 200 tl --------
Uf'.d".l 105
24
to U(' .vl&'oiNFfj. Ki of : __ --
I'I1..de ft ofV4 -4 of, SWy, & chns to beg -- ---
for 200

Jpp1kntInfl.. bY"Hlatp 1 c'PI'tt'n'h'c! Com NKVi' of* NW'4 run H of 245 SB'4 ft W10'J of 111'H !*'. uf-. SEVi--4*11NWV 'l 19 240 0.V. Da..ry' ___________-133.35 NBVi NiV4 A of K'4 SWU of 0"NW't..,' of&

ft N 245 ft E 109 ft ______ 4.3:\ NV. of NW'1 & SWlof HKV4 J;' ft SEU SK14-, ,.
forest assistantS' heir __n___-_--28 8 22 Geneva. Towns & HWVi, of BKVi & T.llmhl'r Co. ____138.64Nl' 400 A also beff BO chnsW
it Coulter to : of t5F ___.________ 12 7 19 240 Rinplre _2:1.:18: : KM cor Sue 25 & run
c. Forel't 3 ar.-B in NW con of NVi Rlnlnff E t. 8.11 KI; of :% to J. 1.. :r.rlitth..WII _______ of .
W. 19 chop
Florida NWVI : 28Lots 8 22 J. ----- :', of Nh"-------------3$ 7 23.85N'.6 W on Sec line 40 '
Co.
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of '
the 8WV1 ---- Hmpina Lumb"r ---- .
by 7 19 40 chns, S .
employed Tal1abas. 2 4 & W 40 ft or lots ____134.63 N'* of SK'i N lit rlv..r.13 N 20 chns, E 40
returned to town28Com 8 22 N. D. Hull __..____ 1 of :NW'4 & SHH of 02.48 20\ rhiis to belt 0 acreo,
orIginal
has Lumber.
16
Ice, 6 8 lllk 180 Empire ---- ,
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San four months 80j011rn 38 1-6 ft W of SK cor NWVi & 1'1101'Df SKVi --14 7 Also l hog at u. It 110 rhns.Wot

see following a. Mkl1l- of lot 7 Ulk 17 & run N EVi of I SK'A" & 8 \to of SWUof NW cor of Sec!: 25 & runS '")>. .
of H 105 & 8 of S''. ___ 13.5 II ) ft. W 834 ft N -
0 the University 105 rt W 80 1-3 ft SKVi ofaflNKVi 5 20 180 l\f. C'. tau".r."n __ dr3iL
the pt
at charge' 80 1-3 ft RW" 19.sa !) K 2:14: ft to .
fIt K Co.- I
Call 49.85 J.uml""r -
In to ---- ,
resume bls duties ft original town____28 0 22 Unknown -------- \ of NJo1' __.__.II-II1 1 8 20 40 Bmlh'tt ot bc) -8 ,wres.. Also U'ff
\ to state for- to I.etc of rond ., of NW cor of .
forestry, the LoteitfracIotsA&H: ex All SKVi of NK'i N KO <'I"V" I
,IIPpltt.d) original & MW'! of N13V4 & NWVi 53.23 Sec 25 & run W 435 yardS '

est service announced.winter, Mr. town W 50 _rt' lllk_ ._ _24__ ___ I., __. *" 6 22 :. .F., ,I
the paRt of Blk 27 originaltown _. 36.45! NWt4 of NEVi & N12'of it.! C'. Ilatilerson .______- 39.02 yards,. N 113 1.3 yards; to Roberts ,
: Co. :
DurinI' conect\on\ Lot 2 Consumer's Lumber 6 20 80 498C. D. ------- -
0 22 .. 10.14 ______. 25NWh.uf 7 20
supervised the _____ 28 N'I,. N'wt""tirilCom 0 20 20 A. :IS. Ailkhis -.:---.---- iP&rll acres _____ '
Coulter of seeds of ,, 3 6 of Blk 28orlalnal ,, .. M'of T'/ of SWVi & SE% of Co. 41. .,
lit 1 Lumber *
of ..
of about. 160 pounds leaf pine and EVi 1 town --28 8 23 '4. C. Sweat!! ,& Slaters. I.O.Bhlc29I2SU1k2Rex at SW' cur of NW'i of t5E/5\ __ ... ___________20( 7 20 240:!RO Mrs.Empire. L. .V. bowling: i I '
20
long i.i 3 & run N 220 yardsto \W'I __ 211 7
slash and beds Loin;-2"'U' 8 & W I. NEH Kto I N Wift' T3V4 of I n
Ole at thirty private : wire fence, thence E'l: &: NI,4NK'4 of NAVVi &: Empire l.u.nber Co. l I''

the sowln/t/ tree nursery. 70 by 70 ft in NW 45.98 McKlnnoy' Hranch of BPVi ____ ___1 21 7 20 280
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forest lot .. 7EU
Unknown -- rnAbrnroh \
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then'- ,
and the state of these ___ -_ -- 28 o 8 long of SEVi: As SWVi orNE'i Orlffis ..
As a result por -' Johns'addition I to S line of NKU ____ 17.18 I ______________88 4 21 120 J"hn ----
M. _
Raiford. tree Lots. 3: 4 DUe; 32 J. K. Fowler .. 15.03 A 20 25 M. T...; Crews ----- i ti I I/, _
Mm. A. "K12 "
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forest W to
aL over 600.000 of NK'/i thence 12 6 20 40 M. 1.. Crews. ___, ______J JJ3 8'4 of N1'I% of N1'11.4' & 1m',
HntB, be available at cost Lois I R 6 Ulk 32 3. M. Johns' :JT. Pparkman ______ 4.32 SK'i of NW'4 12EVi 6' 20 80! KinpIra Lumber Co. ---- 39.22: of NJ14: eX 6 acres In $1crn' : ', 45 T. n. .Hnndley -- -
seeclIings will Interest.ed addition __-__...,> H. WU, of SEVi ._ ____._____ .___.25 5 21
property owners Plk 11 L. T. & & K'4 ot I6W% & EVi Lumber, ("'0. ___ .233-35 In 1'11.1' cor of 8Jo% ofNFt4 ,
23.06L.otsS9fllkJlL.T. Empire
to those ot their Lots 1111 P. J. Pearce.'T, _____13 6 20 480 43.22; 6 li'r"8 _25 6 21 85 Unknown ---
22 : __
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286 HW"
reforestatlo1\ Co."* addition ____ ______ of 14NW' 6 20 80! E. M. & Thelm.. E. Johns & NI. ('f'il1" 40 Mllttls (1owartNl' -
in the & W'4 of S\V'--------------- of NW4' ____n____ .25 5 21
It was stated for. 6 22 P. J. Pearce ------------ 5.21 of '' & '; of Lumber Co. ---- 78.28; RW',4, of NW\-\. ____ ___ 211 6 21 40 Unknown. -----
_ _, land cent at the Co.'s addition _______28 / KWIl..of\ awl"/i _15AU 6 20 180 Empire ; / t
1'.0 ner NW & ot S\V'I. B ->
,MflIOBL IS Iytng II Blk 14 L. T. & Co.'s & Co. 5.21 nf llvS'j All HW":, 5 21 11 Mrll. ellle C. Futcb8WV
of Florida Lot 28 6 23 Livingston Truhy NB'i!: of NI'S branch __ ___________2R
land area addition -------=::---- of NKVi & SEVI & 49 S. 8. Adkins ---- -- I
eat prodUctive Johnll14R.U __ 29 6 21
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I'arllallY' Lot.. 66789 Bile 16 64.30 8 20 300 11.; M. & Thelma of :nv%
today, or Unknown --------- __ ISFSE'4 19.83
_28 6 23Lota SRtJ of NWV ,- Co. ...
idle pointed ____
Lumber of
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addition S
declared. T.) &: ( 0. s of sR' ____ ___ 10 6 20 40 Empire All SF1'tf SE\t\ 21 Mr.. Nelll C. 1"utch I IE"J
Mr. Coulter planting 12 13 14 Hlk 17 L. T.A MPH.. Angelina Weller 4.77 : of branch _ __________29 6 U
for -- & SW'i
0 22 NK'l of NE'i :
trees _____28 \ utNWI,4
forest ( 0"1t addition & N'VI4
N\\/ : .
that Idler : E .t Lumber CO. J.N"l
out acres and L. T. &: NKV & Nor\ SWU ".29 _____31 6 21 451t Rrnplre
farm Lots 17 Ulk 18 : Bennett KBt B.22 Lumber Co. -- & S,4 __
K B. 20 90 Empire 1"utchh I
Mrs. C.
abandoned 8 Nellie
22 _21 211 SIrs.
con.8l1tute __28 6 .21
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UP forest laud CO.'B addition, of river __ 89.22 of NI':" of N1'i'5'
I
poorly stocked that /grOWS Lots 1 2 3 4 11 '12 13 14 6 23 Unknown -' --------- 18.60 N'4i of NE'4 __-_ 22 6 20 SO E.' M. .&:Thelm\ E. Johns ; % of N\\" .. __ ______32 6 21 to 1'. D. Handley ------

a. farl1\ crop and one Hlk 25 T". T. & ( 0'" add.-28 SKVi' of N'Vex'ept\ tHere St. uf SJI'.. of NW &tI 20Emplrs: Lumber Co. "

fartnE'r sleepS Lots 8 110/ Hlk 25 L. 1'. & Truby & Co._ 2.54 In NI3] cor for ________ 21.41 _ ___-32 5( 2t .
-- Futch I ts'it
Livingston 81':14 C.
3st. n
I Nellie
Kelly
; wblle the cultivation, It was Co.'.. addition __________28 6 22 church .-_23 0 20 89 Qeo. Lumber Co. __ 39.21Irrnc Nil, or- N'V" of NW'/t ____83 6 21 20 1111'11. -
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requires no Lotst2IBlk27L.T. ft _.: ____ 1.89 23 8 20 60 Kmplre. NNt & of
that : : 622 -. W. II. Norrrfan 8H of SRH --- I' of NJoJI1
addition _' --. 28 N e-w--T In of ofNVi,4
added. stock cn. p Blk 1 I NIO & NRW .
for plantIng!: W>{4 lotn 8 9 10 It Blk 28 Mason 4.77 > of NK''i of Sec 23 & 8.GO( !:I 5. eJ1 a &
Henry Q. ------- J4 Mabry --
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APplicaHons 8' 22 20 Jofcphlne -- SW"r
by the Florida L'T.. Con. add __________28 Wfij of NW'S. ---2& 8 R1i of N9IV. (If &

'WIn be received coming Lots 6 7 Wlk 29 L.r.. & Boree 13.25 Lot 7 niU llTVew River In I '!. of tI WI,. & N'til of Lumber Co.Mi' 1
the Pun ---------- 280 Rmplre
during -------2 6 23 of Sec 23 and 2.54 NWVt __________83 6 21 "
Service The ( 0"" addition > of NRH Quisle E. Parker .. (If i-iC',0 Lumber Cu.SWL '
Forest announcement said. Blk 80 ex lot 3. L. T. &: Livingston Truhy & Co.. 12.35 w4 ot -----24 8 20 :Mrs. or NW'4 ,_ ___________34 6 2180 EmpIre

'I ,.ll, the wm be Inspect- Co.'.. addition _______J* 8 22 -' Livingston Truby & Co.._ 9.38 E4I. a. N': N\Y'.I.\\V',' & RWI4 Lumber Co.. ____252.73 !, of Ng & 51114SFI of Empire Lumber Co. .t.tNlc14 "' _

area to be planted of the de- Lots 1 8 12 13 14 Tdk 31 ., 28 8 22: of 8WV4? & E'A of 8WVi- tI 6 20 20 520 Kmplre Empire Lumber Co. ______ 3)0.5' _____________35 6 U 80 40 J. M. Truby ____u- I nIt!<

t by a Lots12Rtk15&J38ft: All ___ 26 640 Lumber Co. ____291.20( ut NWIj: __ _________ 1 121 .Jalt. Goodwine __ I:, it
Empire n -
ed 20 20
recommendations 15 "NWV."II2NKV4 0 600 ____ 1 II 21
and of lots a & 4 of Ulk i All ex NWM of N'. or NWIof *IW4 __ Lumber Ca. \'
'PartmE'nt stock needed &: lots 1 & 2 A K; UK rt of sw'4 *x 1 acre In Ned -.:-- 20.13at N'r ot 8\VIt}. __-________ 3 II 21 80 m"lre -
20 Wallace ----
for treatment &: \ Mchool 27 8 39 of N101'A & SIX.,
made without lots8&4fllkIGL.T. Mack Coleman ... 17.72LIvlnKRton NW cor for S'Al of MV,4!
Annie
ot planting __________28 6 22 & SW% of .62 & NE'
method ( o.a nub dlv SWM of SW Lumber ('o.iw'J4 of RfoIJt: NW'4 : & .. '
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and inquiries have Lots 8 4 Ulk 23 all I PIkE 24 I joIl4;: _____________27 8 20 go Empire Lumber'Co.Kmplre ---___, 23.38Iot" of SVti ____u:1: 8 21 80 Ira AddIson Lumber----Co.-- ; ,
Numerous 20
ebarge. received and filed, 25 2B lots 3 & 4 Blk 27 ot N'Y..a ___ __--__ 8 8 <> 40) Kmplre Lumber Co. _--,116.11 W"'f of NW1& I4If. of HW'4 a 6 21 160 Bmplre

alreadY been which &lots34tlk2SL.T. ACo.'s : Truby & Co._ 6.71 1 2 3 R of> Rlve.30 200 Lumber Co. --.- 70.211J \ ot NI'.'. Ic N\V'4 ofNW4 '.
the fall inventory I Iing sub dlv __________28 6 22 / Nih cof Lets 4 1 8 ._-__ '_ __81 6 20 120 Empire; & 141.t< ot SW & .

pending taken September 1. Plant- Lots 1 :2 Hlk 28 L. T. &: Mamie Dell ____...__ 8.78 Lots :3 I &: U4, lit Lot 4 & N 816 20 160 3. M. Muslo __________...106.53 NW'4 ot IHi:14: : & SI-W. of UO Empire; Lumber Co. I ,
G 22 ____ 8 21
be __28 4 .
VIm on between Co,'. sub dlv ________ of Lot 10 ______ i4tiil---------'
carried
hou'ld' be 16.Mr. Lots 1 2 Blk 82 I. T. & Llllle Sanders ---- 5.21 SWV4 of SW: % :::3S 20 n. A. Oreen' __________-_ 18.98 l&'j ot & \
5
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I 1 and February Co.'n xul dlv ______..___28 6 22 AIfW.n.3f --_-_----- ---. 20) W. 11. HodneKmplre ______-... 23.3S NI,}'* & NEW, of NW'Sttwl,4 &
November was formerlY con- Lots 1 2 Blk 83 L. T. &: Tison ... 9.68 HWU of tlE% ____-________ 40 Lumber Co. __..282.81All of NW'i & SWV',< &:
Coulter Experiment Co.'H sub dlv ____________28 6 22Lots Sam ------ All _______________35 6 20.840( Lumber Co. __..262.81 v4 of SKVi & UVi:\ of Lumber Co.

11' lIecte(1 with the Forestry T. & 1 _______________36 6 20 640. Kmplre.Lumber Co. ___ -810.91 Sll',. __ ..-. ____ __ 5 8 21 480nmplre -
here. lie Is ndwpermaneflte'Y 1 2 Blk 34 L. 22 Sam Tlson ... ----. 3,43Lots -___ _____________ 1 1 20 e 10 Kmplre _-___241.StJw4 & ot SW4
6 "t E1 ,
Station sub dlv _____ ___ 28 All 1 20 Kmplre: Lumber Co. sFl,4: NE'A Empire Lumber Co. 1 1' 4
Co.'H 2 480 280 -
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Florida .___ ____ 66 .21
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with the Blk 84 L. T. & 11.48 N/o:', & St 20 \1n.. Undue ________ & BE'1 "
3 4 7 40( (
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Merrlck _____ Lumber 0.
Alex ---- rJ-wiie 1mplre -
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with headquarters Co.'.. sub dlv -_____.:____28 6 28SVi of __ 4 7 20 40 I'lcl Forest Service has charged Hilt 36 L. T. & Co.'s Chandler 7.89 NKVi of MRMSWH I __ Alt ___ .: _:u_ 8 8 21 60\0\ BlUl.h'e'Lul1lJ'r
; Susie ---- ft"W.of
,d at Tallahassee. which yOrlcdays Nub dlv _____________28 6 22 ? of NWSEVi of of NWl', of NKtiNK'4 : & .
NWU
: ; anf reforestation Lots ,2 3 Blk 41 L. T. & B. E. Snell ____________ 4.32 of NWSW & M\V4! of 74I2Y & NW' &: Lumber Co. l'8W' '
i f' of planting was InSlarke 28 6 Z3Lo' of NEVi ofSW',5 _-___________ 9 0 21 640 Empire -
Mr. Coulter Co.'s sub dlv -------- '4 &: W 7 20 120 Unknown ___________ 71.91EI s% __ _
I for the state. veek and .. t a Hlk 42 L. T. &: (I. Mason .___.,__ ..32 ._ __-_ .- 6 '.. of 8W'4 4 N',' of Lumber Co.
lIeverlll this at Co.'s sub dlv ___________-28 8.23 H !nry SFI'of' NW-. & RU: % HI'4: _ __ ___ _..__10 8 21 120 Empire
visited. the nursery Hlk 42 .L. & 2.5; tot Nc' of 14tVt. of NEVl & SWVi of
: -while here 300,000 slall11 C'O.'II Lot J BUl rust ___-_ _-i28 6 22 Julius Butler ------ .'_ A. Wftnlta Co. ..- --- 1108 I -_-_----11 6Hvtai 21 80 Empire Lumber Co.
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Kaiford where over growing Bile U T. & < Whltmoro 6.22W H.Fii4 : :::___:: ___:: B 7 'UH. Lumber Co.- --- 2t.3S I St f Nl-i'', & 141.1:% of L''owfrINW'4 .;
E -
: ::0 Laura --- 7 20 40 Empire Sidney <
Mrs.
and long leaf pines\ are fall at Sub : lv4 __ __ V1-28 ff 22 of PEV, ...--._. 7.8. .- -- BS'i 7 20 138) H. A. Weeks Co. ------- It! 8.1;! ft NX% H of :sV.::!: i_=.U 0 21 120 ,

and distributed this Hlk 43 J1'-T.: ft Go'ssub Hoover Bros.it. -------- 15.22 of lot 6 & I1'0* 8---- 7 ,JSW 20 40 J. I.. :Matthews\ ------- 23.38 of Nt& SWU OfSW'Vi .
Eland Examination div -_-__----28 6 22 SiJ! of 8', of lots 7 & ex. 2Vj acres In S\V Co.

COSt owner January ot NVj FJlk 43- L. 'T. ft Co.'s:: a. rift-fora. ______ 9.68 of $Iot! lutI\ & S'Ior ( 20 43 n. A. Weeks Co. ------- 2721NWVi ror ... _____ _-_____.:_12 6 21 78 }faille iinnire-Lurnber. M. Johnson
of the trees sown In I $0.1). div .. :_ :-__-__ ---28 8 23 lot 10 .s N 13 AflcreB 7 7 NW'i of PK'l _____________13 6 21 40 .
satisfactory'results !
1 .
very & Co.'s & Co._ 1.46 lot 4 & W'of NV4 Co. 68:1)8): WK, NW ,J ________-13 B :21 no I I 1. Stevenson -
showed Lot 4 Hlk 46 Ls.T. : Livingston Truby 5 of 20 100 n. A. Weeks ------- .of : i iS'n
this year I 7 7cTwB4N1ftVirufw8Wi'rf 40 Sam Tyson ------ -
,, of them ayeragiflg'h nub' dlv -_---_-__--: -28 8 22 lit lot 4 & NVi I yC&'i/8. NKVi of SEj _. __ __ -.13 0 21

most S V4 lot 2 Hlk I 4$ L. '1'. & Co's Lucy TCngrllnhluaua ______ 4,92 ;! : of SWVi of SW'i &>Ei4( .
t more In height. 28 6 22 3K.15 of SWVi ex 10 avId litNW
dlv.l -- I
or Co.
foot receivedIn Blll> -- 28 6 22 Hague, ----------- ___. 5.76 __________, 13: 6 21 !90 Empire Lumber
APplications are being | r.ot 2 & NI/I lot 3 Blk 3. H nii2 ft. .5iVVtN-.S: 7 20 3 Henry Drown ------L cor .. --- 80 11. L. Stevenson __ i I
J.Jnn. : ______ __14 6 21 -
at the Florida Lots 5 6 of, Blk C N. H. Kerr ---------- 27.53 ft to ( otAW'I. KVji of NE' .
great numbers .... audition ___-,--28 6 22 All R'4I of t1 'l.of InVlI 81JV: | of NWVI\ ex 10 acres. InK
Forest Service for those young Lots 9 10 & S 8 ft of lots. N of Ity' ex 311 3UO 9 7 20 6 n. A. .Wcks Co. _______ 23.10 "... cor & WV. .,f 1 sr::'" &: '
_____ ,
land
Kxamlnatlona ot the 7 R of Blk B N. J. Jones Unknown:: ------ 18.90 ft.4"'. acres' ____ __ 8 7 20 W. \\:. Wmd -.---------- 1.33: NW% of SWh of NFi A-& 110 Empire Lumber Co. -
Dlnea.) for planting are addition ______..,:..28 6 22 Jut 3 Hlk 1 Ward "lIy I'(, Of t'tl'i"I | of II1/4 14 6 21
and suggestions Lt6of1tIk1IllghWityud- Walnwrlght 64.30ToJlfl I R of Hlk 1 In Ward Godwin 1.63: !HI': of NKW' Ae WU of iNK
receiving Blanche M. Lot 8 7 20 Mrs Ozena ------
Coulter after 28 6 22 .._______ & H\V' of
made by Mr. dltlon I I City : 4 & N%% l.
.
applications. of Blk I '2 Temples' ad Carter ______ 11.46 Lot it of Bite 1 I" "'al'u"It 20 n. A. Weeks Co. -______ 6.04 SWU. & E ( these Mru. qello.: __ .. 8 7 S60 Empire
___ ____ < 88 6 23 ( l' __ __ -- liE'. ____________15 8 21
ClliifLKHBeginning : : Blk I 23 Temples' J. 1.. 'I eek.; _____.______ 2.54 Lot 2 of BlU 2 In _WardtMtv 8 7 20 ::III'". Ozena Godwin ------ 1.63: Nt. SWt.4 & NW of 620 Empire Lumber Co.
:KK\V< TAHK3JCJfcll! ; LOdJltr( n _- --- ---28 8 23 .-4.-_ --- SKVi '- _-_------__--18 0 21

: Lots 234 .Blk: 23 :Temples' T. n. L. Daugherty ____. 6.11 Lot 3: of Hlk: 2 In Wal'dCity 'l 20 E. J. Ward _____________ 1.83: & SWU & KM-J1T Empire LumWr Co.
O B20
___ ._,_. NIS-B 8 21
addition _. .._. 28 8 ,22 ? ___-
Sunday April 21st addition 2.54 Lot 4 Of Ullc- 2 In WardLo't'VoVBlIt 20 H. A..ek... Co. ------ 9.57zena All _"_ 1 ____________.,____H 6 21 tlo\O\ Kmplre lumber Co.

Hallway schedules for Lot 5\ Blk 23_ _Temples'___________28 G 23 Henry Cl. Mason ---- ___"-In -Ward- 8 'l All _________-_______ 19 0 21 *4U' Empire; Lumber Co.

Seaboard follows: All Blk 29- ex lot 14 Peek'saddition '' Peek _).___ 22.11 : ; 3____ __ ..a 7 20 '- 1ITrll. > ()10.1wl" ------ 1.63 Ei4-\ of NEH & NWii ot
were )posted as __ .28 522 C. L. & J. L. ('Ity -- of NW> &: ,
Starke ____ Ward NlW'tiI;;
j: Hoiitlibouml! All lllk 30 (13( lots) reek'saddition 18.60All W'' of tract &lk B -In gAll'liik'fl .h, 20 Tl. A. Wkl< Co. ________ ((1.04 HM _- _________._.-_20 6 21360- Empire Lumber Co.

H 11:19 m. ____ ..____ ._28 0 22. C. L. & J. L. Peek; ---* m'Ward-Clt'y" 8 7 2t) 11. A. Weeks Co. ------- 26.91 SS! i>f NKV4\ ft WCJ of !NWii:I "'
1-(Local)) : p. Peek's ad- & of 8WVuft
No. 31 2.64 NWVi
Hlk __ :
_
__
q 11-Local) 11:23 a'. m. dltlon __________.28 6 23 C. L. &. J. L. Perk, Lots t 2 3 4 IS 8 7 12 13 14 ..t HI1"" & ]' t4W4\ o.IH.I. Lumber Co.WVli .
No. 17 18 of Dlk 7 InWard 'Si) !21!5 if ____21 8 21 349EmpIre
ad- 15 18 Co. SUi/i
1 No. J07<-(Limited ) 1:19 p. m.No. All dillon Hlk ,.32_ Peek's---__28 8 23 C. L. & J. L. Peek ----- 16.82 City ________n____ 8 7 20 n. A. Weeks ---------- of Ktm&(:Nl*- ,- __ .____. 22 0 21 IiU l Mr*. bUBle. li. S.-Johns

; 1 Limited) 10:34 p. m. All Hlk. 33 Peek's ad. ___ 18.6C 11 12 13 14 15 of, Blk SV/of SWVi SWVi of
Co.
191-( 6 23 C. L. & J. L. Peek Lots 20 A. Weeks Co. ----- 31.63 ? __ __ 22 6 21 120 Empire Lumber -
i dltlon\ ____________28 Ward, City ___ ___- 8 7 n. -- tircI4 --

I ; No. 2-(Northbound Local)) 6s36 a. m. LotB 13. 14>2845678.9> Blk_ 34 Peeks 10 ad.13 8 23 C.- L. & J. L. Peek __*_ 22.41 Lots 8 City In 0 10 of" -Blk_,_10._In---Ward.. 8 7 20 VV. ",V. Ward ____' _______ 4.21Lot .S&'" of!*-*N/o w'-10,,.' &<>f SW"t 13W of of O. 21 100 Empire Lumber Co.

Ward
---- --'k'ii28 I of Elk- .11 in 1.83 -------------3 *
.
) 3:0: $ p. Jtn. "t"2n6 51. 7 20 Mrs. O.ena Oodwln ------
12-Local 10 Blk 8Vi of Nl
a.of
No. -ot
___ '
.
Peek
.
) 5:41 p. m.AVanuee addition ____ _-_ _28 6 23 C. L. & J. L. ----- Lotn'11' ofHBrTnLoss's 4.28 St NEU; "f 13VL| ex 9 1acres -
No. 108-(Limited Peek's I dllIJ2} 7 20 Mrs. Ozena Godwin ___ --- SK & all SE4! '
Lots 4 4 B 8 Blk 35 :.. 7.89! In cor ___ _
Turnerjl 260 D. L Ames
Branch ------------g 8 24.ot F. L. --- St'lllk'irfn-WaTd of hlnrliwuy ______U 6 21 u

Starke 9 a. m. I. addition 8 Ulk 85 Peek's addition Marwlck 2.5 :I _ __ _,,___.._ __.._ 8 7. 20 "'. W. Ward< ____________ 2.51 4'4 tN" nf NWV5 & SW- of Lumber Co.
No. 101-Leaves ._.__ .28 6 22 Mamie ----- City -- In Ward NWVi .__ _.-/ ____24 6 21 120. Empire
,. -- ------ Lots 6 0 of Blk 12 _____________ 2.51 -
4:40 Ward
Stark : p : W'< lot 10 gLo't'iT 7 20 K. J. ,
No. 102-Arrives Lots 7 8 11 A J" L. Peek 2.11 W.JofNEUftNW./4ftlot27 L.mbep CO. ,II
C. L. & ----- 20-6 Empire
fl lllk 36 Peek's ii'Mltlon __28 8 23 "HIk""l3"In""Ward 1.63 2 _ __ 8 21 .
of- __4. _
__
_____
m. All frac lot or Ulks A & PtfukMrs. 1.11: __._ ___.__--. 8 7 20 -_ W. W. Ward "[ EVj of NKV. of NEVi ftNWVI Lumber Co. <-
L.
23 C. L. & J. ------ City ____28 6 21 80 Empire
Blue Rua Lines H 1'rvk's addition! .--28 6 1.2 10 of Dlk 14 )n 3.40I.ollt ( of NWU ___
8:53: Lots. 1 3 3 12 Blk B Ris 7.81 Lots ______ 8 7 20 Mrs. Ozena Godwin ----- NK"; & NW'. of NWVi & Co. '
m. Cartr CitY' Lumber
5:10 a. Celia -- 'Vard 240 Empire
Northbound- 22 ----- __________29 6 21
d. In Ward NWVi! of SWVi:! Ill
8. 14
( 8:58 mice nIl1kim.:28 4 R otBik 7 20 E.I.: Ward +__. _______ 2.51 1 __________ ___30 6 21 640 Empire Lumber I'o.
1:58 m., 5:18: p. m., ; Lots 4 B 9 11 _-J;_ __ 7.8! ___ --_- 8 .\H x Co. ''ll;
a. m., : p. '.. addition' -28 6 22 Hoover Bros --- City 9"o'f -14 in-- Wa.rdritv < 2.51Lollt All __________- ._ ._____81 6 21 840\ Empire Lumber
r..g : II ..in-i-i.ad-; Lots 5 Blk __ 8 7 20 _. '''-. Ward __________ :" 1il:" NWV4 & I*
lilk : __ \
8 !
p.m.Southbound9:37 I.. 7 Kst. ____ 4.3 ; .._ ---- Lumber Co. t'
12:07p. ____28 6 22Lots. J. M. Rising s\ll. WIf.'of #:I/ 32 6 21 480 Empire
a. m., : dltlon _________ 3 of Blk 15 In Ward< ______ 2.51 & S .
10:50 :3459 Blk C Ulalnir's '" _.______ 7.81L.ote 1 _______' .______ 8 7 20 W, W. Ward< ____ AU( the tract of Sic',. of
m., 4.07 p. m., 0:37: p.m., addition ____.:________28 6 22 E. Gnann F'a.lk CIty 17 eX lot- 1 & 2 NK'i &: that portion of

10 11 12 13 14 Blk CKtnIhg'H Est _.. 9.71 E side & ex W 55 ft 9.81 HW',. of NJo)'.. lying 8 & '
p. m.j addition< l rk28 6 22 j.. M. Ulslns! --- off Ward City ------ ---_ 8 7 20 ._.f F. C. Semmes -------- K. of Cornelia at accordingto

hike D E F Q II I : wllAo Blk 17 inWard plat of Sampson City &
VII tract 9.51
34.8 of ..
LaBelle Approximately ft Li. KIMnif'H. addition ...28 6 22 _' J. M.: flising. .Eat. __._.. 45.31 ft City ___________ 8 7 20 Evelyn W. Rodgers -- that !portion of NW'4'\ .of

miles highway to be Improved in 'A 11 C LI Ink 2 Dr. Ida J.: Helberger --- 6.2: Lot 3 of Blk 19 In Ward< Ward 1.61 I 8K14 lying: N of of Cornelia H. A. L. .
this place 'wynn'B addition ____28 6 23 g 7 20 W. W. ------------ lly & 8 & E

I Ilendry county between line. Lot 4 Wlk 1 Wynn'B uddl-_ __ 8 22 W. E. Dausrherty ----- 2.5 Lo City,. I -2I-|II- T2 -of--B l1c 26 7 20 p.. A. Crosby ____________ 27.21 I St & that portion, of said. NKVi
and Palm Beach county I tlon ____-______ 28 In Ward Pity ____- .--- of SKVi lying N of

Stuart Central Farmers Dank One. lot lllk of 31 lan.1 original bounded town Nby Lot 1of Blk 21 In Ward--_-_-- 7 20 W. W. Ward __:._:..______ '1.6i I Hy W.: H.ex halley portion. -owned_-- ---by.- 4 7 21. 84'. Empire Lumber Co. .. .1<.1SI:
---
t p 4: opened for business re : &:"ii j"1--jtC-W-bY; 38.84 City f ------Dlk- 22 InWa..d NWVi of NUVi ft NWU ft
of Stuart n. 111. Sparkoiga ------- 3 4 7 9 of 4.28
8 23 Jt.
Lotlt aJU
Godwin ; ( SWof.
St Oaena ,l1
Thompson 8 7 20 Mm. -- 1'
j rertiW28 _. -
Co.
cently. on. lot 1011 ft ,,u 2.64 City Ward .. ?% ? _" fts 7 21 320 Empire Lumber. -
Ellt ft1'wV
Ton Cafe of __28 6 23 E. W. Drlg/ler/ ----- Lots 111 of Dlk 22 In 22 Ward. _; 2.51 of N1 : "
Bon w. Wi
Lake Worth cor ot W6' __________ 8 7 SO
tlw'i _ ___ 21 545 Empire Lumber Co. --
7 -
One lot ? by ft inNic City of BtJvi ______n__ .__ 6NWU -1 19.W ,
8WH
opened for business In new store 2Jlldt lying I 220 ft lirK at 8\V cor of of NEVi 8 7 21 40 W. I. Denver ------ ua

14! of cor Madison .t & bounI- SEW\ & run 13 on Sine N to All "_-----_--_::::::-:: 7 7 21 6S4 EmpIre Lumber Co _
building. 1dwards' W bY' 601 2-3 ft, thence NW'4 of raV4/ & "N BVio.NWV .
lOll N by 3,4Con Ward City ,
Lake Worth $20,000 American ttaunders at 8 2:1: -\ Henry 0. Maaon --7--- S boundiry of & WU of NWVi'! &
-----"-- .: W 607 "-' ft ,
Legion, boxing stadium dedi. :at Sid con of Call & \. thence A tobeg ._ ___.-: 8 7 20 3E., J. Ward -. 32.82 Nt.:. of RJo:'. of NWVt ft
: .
thence '

to: cated. orange Call lit 156'IOU If. &ft S run lOll foJ ft on'V .... ..,..'. Com at 8W cor -of 220 BBV yard of, ;. \YoSV'4&Sn'5ofowl4 __? __-________10 7 21 300 R. If. Smith & Co. 41"I Hi;.Hi". j
( HW.1 & run B 660 K, H. ttmlth & Co. --
c Curtlsa Flying 126 n to ()r.ne St thence 11.60 NVii of 'V'4 &: EV4 of SE'4-15 71
:...... boundary "
Jacksonville establishment N tD bait ___________28 8 22 l'rrol Alvarea' :-. ---- N 80 yards to S thence. W SVi: of HKVi\ of NKVi & KV*
\ p. Service. Inc., contemplates One lot of lan.I 262 rt N of Ward City boundary, 220 of "SKU if NW", t SWU
.. ot $230,000 airport here &Nby21t? ft F& W : '; on aalil & KV ot HWVi! ft NWVi ofNWU 13rt

hound..d N by :P..tt .t ___ 21.11 yards. thelu'e S 8fOt yardslo 8 7 20 3 Mr.: J. L. Shrver -____ 24.30 _-___________16 7 21 280 R. H. Smith & Co. IU'
.. Ada Sauers ___ 10 100 ---- H. Smith Ac Co. -
H.
e.,7Jr. beg ex 7 21 40 --
__
& /oj I by Han.I..no" l..ine28 8 22 1 of Sgot\ NEVi __ _________ 17 .8"
One lot fronting on Droad. : NWM of NW'i & HP"t i of All ___--______________18 7 21 640 Kmplre Lumber Co. -- t..
BW*
way lOt boun.I..d N by old NW NWi'i _& NVi_ __of___ ._.____ 9 7 20 100 Mrg. C. A..Lewis 58.38 NWVi & WVi of 8W(4 __19SE'i 7 21 240 Kmpr Lumber Co. -
county Jllli N by land 1\(. & VT{, of of SWU ft SW'A of
N E
1 I.. Johns' & known asKacltelfafer P. Jones _________ 16.0. NP.4,J f& l\\!', of NW'\4\ & I BE ex 8 acres In NKcorAt
Your U 7tobt. Lumber Co. __ _.1t5.1lN of s'
8
tongue place ------2$ NKvt 8\vi II I 20 209 Empire 2 acres in SW cor- IS.
of .
Wasdln
21 74 II D.
5Ji'j' 7 --- -
1 CIty
Lot 1 13 1II 7 14 hilt 8.22 NWVot SEVi of
when I'ark sub dlv __________28 8 U Unknown. ,, '..:------ / of NK:K\4> &of: 8W"i & 8 acres In Ntl cor of NE'4ofNI4beingG3OftN&
&
tells you a 4 7 19 10 13 14 U I jIs fiW'4 '.6'
Lou 1 tot .
vi.s 17 18 111 30 21 32 23 24flik Unknown _---- 10.06 SE WIh. of_ _Biai._ ..&__NBV__-_* ._ 10 7 20 32() Empire Lumber. Co. __156.68 S by 420 H i & W __________20 7 2t 6 L. Q. Thonui. ------
2 City Park SILl> dlv. 28 8 22. & r a S SKV, of NK'i. ft NEVi! of :!> 'I
needaiotabs Lots 12 13 14 U 16 Ulk 8 ... .- NH\ & NIt SV of SWVi swt, I., SWVi -________-____20 7 21 80 Empire Lumber Co, '.til
Unknown ... -- 7.89 of % excepttJl' & I E of Ry-20 7 21 20\ 1$. d. Currency ---
22 ------ / All 1 of S KV,
Park sub dlv _____28 8 8KV4
City 300( ft St N'4{ Lumber Co. ___,271.01
Kmplr of
t 20 B60 NW-i
16 7 8 9 10 1I1k 4 :._ _11 7 KM. of NK'4 &
Lots 3 4 11..8 H4\ efE4 ---- ___310.91 : .
City l'llrk Hub dlv _______28 8 23 Ijnltnbwn. _,I------ All _-____.1* 7 20640 Kmplre. Lumber Co. NEVi\ & NWU of NWVi &

Latlt 1 8 U III In j,1vel'ly', ...._ ,. 6.21 l&RL4oCNW34&N\V'. W'i! of SAVV4 & SKVi ofSWT,1 -
b4GD a.IlItlon _________211 8 33 n. n. Stark..y r -- of NW'4 & 244.40 ex I acre In MB cor '-1 11
S4 Lots L 2 111 18 less 1 T1 20 5 ;
ft & 'it acre In NJiI cor I .' EM of NEVi & SW% of S-i of SWU lc: W:< ofSKV4 18"

I of HT1-!& Of l3lt.. isis 12J __________ t.03 I & of NWV i & : A NUi/i! of SEV: I __.228EVt 7 21 160 n. II. Smith &: Co. ,lilt.
SWeat NR 4 R'-4 _
V \ ft. __________'-_29 8 23 O. C. NWH
3 1.7 acres lund bonn"'edB Ie ?4w11 ot SEI\I& &: 129 10 of Blk AK ..'

by hutch place M by OFt4*4W14 of s ty. _____ ______.4 7 20 350 FmrlreLumoer Co. ____319.11SW',4 33.91 Hampton Shores _____-_--23 7 21 .Qordon -

113' & W Ly street & N of NW_'', _____ -----14 7 20 asV.. It. Warren -------- Ulk 1 It lots Hitmpton

TRA.DC MARK RIO. hv N line of Sk'.- of liorman Tec1.tlr ___ 7.0t I. NW of '( Nj of 36.03 Beach W 4 of HWVi 1 &: .
____
2, S 21 HW'I.t. 20 U T P. Lltchneld ___ of .
SK'i.Notice. MW v. R' ______dH 7 w.J ot of SWU
19PI' N WHO 24 lji4, of 8KU of .
No'rlCn s0LI of .iE ox. acres___ ___15 7 20 35 "V. n. 'Warren ___-_,...__ 31,63WL4 alonic N '
rtencrlhcd land will he spli ot 1'0",1, __ .______ NKVi A a strip .
o U\ hereby given that the following ( 1929 It beIng the. 5th of NI It FI.I, of NWYI Bide of NE',. of 8KVkv 41'
on the VIKST MONUAY IN: AUC1UST, & E4of bound S by lake all In 23 7 21 Unknown ----
at piilillciiPtlun In Hradfoii & NW or Sfr4! : _138.84N
at Mtnrke. Co. ___
mouth day of said monthbefore the CourthoiiB l>oor will be necessary. to $fo L 1 '" _____ _____ .111 7 20 UO EmpIre; Lumber lllk 11 10 lots Hampton '
of'el Coated tongue,dry county. Slate of Florida or ao much there ot as together with the %. of :KF..Lof fW"t.It Heach, W'%' of HW'WVi /, & '..

: bad breath muddy skin, pay the amount duo for taxes. .set opposite' the same KNl C. A.
coat of such sole and advertising yII. se's N 12 Acrn of i491't. of 24 &: B.,.. of SKVi o!

m4 groggy nerves and sour Cots NI':' Ie K 8 acres of 45.73NW" NKVi & a strip along" N ,
*>..: 'r. A. Owner ;<, 23 T8 .A. 1. Crosby'------------ 5.1
Description. 92.4H NI'.f\ fll'' ____--____ 7 side of NKVi of UEVi
aqaDI stomach suggest its use.SOTICH B'4 of SW% Ac HMi of SEVi.25\ 8 bite Empire Lumber Lumber Co.Co--_-.-_-_-_ 11.03 o NV'', 1 acre in bounded S by lake _____ 23 7 21 Unknown ---- -
All H'4 river 20 6 19 20 Empire I ISO exa N .5. Blk. 3. 10 Lot. Hampton
: NW er :35.45! I .
: ; C. Cone
;, lb.. All \. rf01FN'It11:1' of New 8 byCom 31> yards. 1'1""e W_.__ 18 7 20 39 Mrs. John --n-- Heach WU' of SWV &:

lllver & N W of 8K>4 & at a point 739 1-3 ft WI4JOts5rvot' aWVi ,"

A .- OP FIVAI. IJiNCII.uua1 all MJt of 'lU4 N of Empire Lumber Co. -___ 75.45 W of NB cor of WVi of Sec 24 ft KV4 of 8EV4 olNK "
jar Santa"Fe River$3.. 6 19 140 NF.4 & run W/ on Sea line <. A a strip along N .
All ICy oIf NI': ft. SVj of 733 ft. thence 8 Bide ot NKV4\ ot tjS'4 : 5.=1WV4

Sixty ilaya after date hereof on, NWVi S of Klver & \ thence, U 733 ft. ti.nIl'J: Ward ____________ 28.41 bounded 3 by lake _.-23Blk. 7 21 __ Unknown -----
to.wlf the 17th day of 8epiember HWIW\ or ..-1 & Lumber Co. ___..ll.25! to beg ------------------U 7 20 44 E. J. < 4. in lots HamptonBeach. .

1929 1 will present to the ltonora.ble'Oeo. NL '4 of 8E'4 __________34 6 19 143 EmpIre NWU of SKVi & NVi! of Lumber Co. ___ 49.55 WVb of \, & -
luIwwo Gardiner county Judge, o f .a 'all NWIIl Hot nv.er 17NKV4 7 20 120 Empire SW\I\v"
A. NEV Lumber Co. ------14093 HW'4 N of river Co..___ 23.38 of SI-TVi \\4..
Bradford county Florida. my vouch. & NN'l: of 115134 __ .U 8 J9 IRII 1'.mplre Todd _____________ 33,34NC' of NK:<4 _2(18Wi ( 7 20 40 Empire Lumber See 24 ft KVi of 8BV4NKV4 of
era and final account a> Admlnla RW'4 of I4V'4 ___ __ ___ __ _311 II n 411 John ot NEll ft. SH ofNW'4.1t & .. strip along N
WO! trator of the estate of Henrietta of 1'1101'' & W4JJ.: of NK\i ot SWVi ftSEV4 Lumber Co. _--104.24 side of NEV4\ ot \ 1.bound..tI 1.//
toria Brown deceased and auk for their! N/o11: a NW'4 a HW.4 ofSWII 880 F.mplrlt Lumber Co. __..207.445OSWI4&S3flflJ6i4 N of river -21NvAi 7 20 110 Empire 8 by lake ..J.23 7 21 Unknowh ---
and dlnchmrne a. such IIr NW% of Sl.4' 811 II 19 93.14Hwe of NEV4 ft 8WV4 of
approval my Co. 48.61
I 1 7 19 JiO Bmpare Lumber ---- _____ 23 7 20 (0 Empire Lumber Co. ___
y ttdmlnlatrator.Thla H Wf *4 fc ._.+___ (Continued on page 10.)
19th day of July. A. 11. 1929. W cof NW'4" N\V% of '4 of HWVi! & KV4 of NWW 115.41
Loan _...
Georgia Co.
J. C. I'ERHELL.l9Dt.913 .. ___ >> 7 19 120 The Trust Ce -_--__ 13.13 11'1 & 8WV4 of 8 WV4 __ 00..23 7 SO SOO Empire Lumbar

: Admlnlatrator 8W' of NEV SW'4 ot ...


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did oppoja the governor's program ten of Bradford county offered a I cured.;;
I counties easily.! The circuit In Edward C. Carrington of New :: ,
ot Florida in Short Par graph, and where else I thought he bill providing for such a commission ) My b'H! did place Marion% Lake which I \live, the third, has seven, I York, a regular visitor! nt Ft. My 't $ '

t was incorrect I opposed his plans, Mr. Hazen's bill was r'):>ol't- Sumter, Citrus and 1erll6nl0rOIlIIU'es [ counties In It, and up to two years ers who gets his recreation at !
!
r but whore I thought\ he was right, ed unfavorably by the five judiciary In one circuit. The lf 2tcei" > I II ago, or possibly It was four years fishing,;, has established a world' r
I wac:: with him. I record by bringing bin total number ,
committees to which It
was is, the latest ofllc'lpl! one lvos.Nose ago, had only one circuit .
I r Live It mlht Interest you to know Col-red] and HI that meeting! tn. .!. counties' total I and judge of tarpon conquests up to 4)9!) !
State News populationof ; many think that one judge according! to Issack Walton of 1'p- f. L
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that I was one of the few membersof Iharmelof: these committeeswere 04.035: My bill placed .HCall1- could handle the buslnpi-i: now. aeppa Island. Second honors are
the house who voted to sustain requested to bring In a ro- Lu: S.i.ta: nosa and Okaloo... While this letter Is a little held by Capt. Louis Bremmer of
the governor on every bill that he districting bill themselves It they counties! in one d'strlct! with a total !lengthy, I respectfully! request' that Philadelphia, also a visitor on the : t i
vetoed and sent back to us. The deemed same desirable.! population of 07,849 ; Jefferson you publish It just as I have written Island with a total of 499 tarpon 1
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES governor recommended. a programof The matter rocked along In that Wakulla, Gadaden and Leon It on your' editorial: )page of landed during a period of years, ''I: 1"
economy, and your own repre- shape for the rest of the session, In one circuit with a total: population next week's issue, so that yourreaders fishing In Loe county waters. M .
..,....,--..-------.._-.-_.._.._.. sentatives will tell you that I cer- and nothing was done. Many tf of 03,022 ; Pasco and Plnel- may have my Ride of the :, ,
tainly was! with him in that proX the members of both houses did lasin one circuit! with it total population matter. .;' 4 f'
\incksonvllle-Heavy rains During the month of June, '
gram. There were other matters not want anyth'ng don! .bout It. of 63.313:,; Polk In one circuit '- I enjoy rending the Star and appreciate a renewal 1'
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,, greater part of the state, contract for five Ientered j
I' that i I.lie governor recommendedthat When the special session met Governor with a total population of 83- your' frank statements years was 1
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,nin" stations reporting an ov, voted for. Carlton again requested the 925 ;, Orange and OSI't'olIn one therein ; however, when Into between the Florid Iii
you get ,
to four Inches did Power Corporation f 1
three and the town
Frankly my philosophy of tefflslalurt to take towards circuit with total ,
legislation steps a populat'on! of me down wrong, I would be remiss "J''
iimti unprofitable to crops is to follow my judgmentand redistricting the state, and believing 63,818. That shows you that I in my duty If I did not cor- of Ilellealre for their municipal ';11..
i ding to the weekly conscience I do not.cast my that mime was deHh'abll'lince was trying to get them nearly rectyou. water and sewerage disposal \ '
i-Hued here by A J. \ plant \ttr
,1 I"t votes In else
the legislature nobody had offered
on groundsof such a With kindest regards. I am A '
even.Further :
i rnment.metcrologlst.. I) friendship or on grounds of bill, and apparently was not i-oin.. I call to your attention Very truly yours, f ,r
enmity. I am with n-person, be to do so, I figured: out tho bill thutI thai prior to 11123 the five counties T. C. Merchant\ Dade! City [Bids for drainage ;
i I'' "''laW.. It, Walden ; ho high or low when I think he is presented, and I assure, you and that I was consolidating\ into Representative Mad'son! rountv (I ditches street.Wn and. culverts along Eleventh
i In, expects to produce 10 right, and) the other way when I those who have thought dfilereutly the fifth circuit were In the flMi '.' '
niton, on a 10-acro t t'fct think he Is wrong. Any othT position that this bill was from an holiest In 1023 Lake and Sunitor wore I //1'1'I l ,r
The plants* are heavily would not be In keeping heart with an honest desire to plit: off and al that time Judge :I I '
md with a '.' t IV th I the Ideal that I strive to fol afford relief that was doslrod by Bullock wrote a letter' and It wan can ch J ,
"nil seasons! for the next 30 low. Even you yourself vho have an ove burdened* l body of taxpay read In the house and I heard It. rflc your ;
.ld of 600 P9unds of lint followed Governor Carlton In every ers. I dd( not claim perfection for I wad a member then, to the \
,n> "< r a bale to the acre, \! matter, only the other day for the bill and plainly stated: to effect that (he split off of Lake mid STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's a

result. Just 400 I II broke away from him on his veto the committee 1 hat I had oft'errd: Sumter was unnecessary' that! he '
I, \iiizer to the acre was of (he Increase In pensions. it as a working bawls: and would bvery" <> could handle the work of the

ntuate plant. .growth.. I II Now, as regards the redistricting willing for the committee to whole circuit, and two years ago
S bill, It is true that Governor Carl- change It as they saw fit If Indeed when Citrus and Hernando were
laoksonvllle _...:. Belief that ( ton recommended the oppoliitr.ent the primary purpose of the! bill, taken away, leaving nothing but Garage t,2: ; '
!
atest portion of the 1929 ) of commission to offer a redistricting to reasonably: reduce th> number Aiarion, I am told that ho mild! )
,(''j 1 citrus crop will be mark bill\ and Kepreseriptlve Ha- of jujdlclal circuits, cnntit be de- then'that he could handle all\ throe i
"i cI I that only the details! ot .- lll! ;
I .. __ t
I ine methods remain to be --:_ ,--.- .-.- -
,"I ">ut before posUlve
II nt of shipping permission,
i )pressed here tonight by J .
c
\\' Lane, chairman of the I : :; : tot
of directors of the Atlantic i ,.
I ,:,
Bank. '
il
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ala-Tha Seaboard Air I
(Sr \ L!
i! ilrood will grant ten-day h' "

i > privileges August 1 on ) ,
)V (Miied by the Seaboard .
i n punning tforeman Ocala :

ell ng to Information' ,, i, ,r rillti
: & Davidson, \
iHay : .
: t1'1 tors of Silver Springs, 0 1',_ .' ;
\ \
I
> < gonoral! management at \
1..1It.>. Va. I ,'I I
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'j m I 'I r
: ; \
Cain' sville Fireside Lt (
fans! will' twirl their: radio
,
vain for reports of ln"9!
fly of Florida gamta within t hru
c ate, unless the box office
< hulk up an 80 per.cent sale j ivi
jts. This was the
i rim)) unlvers'ty's athletic
i on which seeks to bring to ,
,ida gridiron bleachers more of
udlonro til.it heretofore has ; tor
iicllo r< ports! of 'the game.; !
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I
Tallahassee A survey has
I b, di started by the state road
pertinent for a new route
ciy county for road number :
was stated at the offices of \
"rood department here. The .
route will approx'mate! .
miles In length, and reaches I ,
the Alachua county line to I LET US
Marlon county line. In
ing the project, Chairman *:
I ..
the's ; '.
said< the new route would take +lF' < v'f, F I' It Itht.

MlSJl'lHiKl; '...:nCJl.\ T ,


tn crlt, wising(Ocala-the Star- ) I show YOU 'the;; difference

bill offered! lit the lower j
i he '
legislature by
frt
i
Merchant! during the special (
sion, the Star used this :

hint"Some of believe a redlstrlctlug the bill :\ Here are two machines designed for the testing of By this simple demonstration any one can see the 6 4k t

merely a move to defeat the cords used in tire building. difference between SUPERTWIST cord and fI:
ernor's wishes for a sensible :
districting; of the state.". ordinary cord. I

Mi' Merchant, who In On each machine is n strand of SUPERTWIST': 'V'1'
life is editor of the Madison J
pr'se Recorder takes e'< I cord and one of the usual standard cord. This difference is important, as one reason for :
to that statementt I In a letter to
Star and explains his reasons the great superiority of Goodyear Tires

offering the redistricting !' On the machine in the background the S ordinary tires. rw
which the Star accepts in the \ J \ over
it in which! they are offered ordinary cord is broken, while the '
presents them to its readers
their consideration: The SUPERTWIST cord is intact. MY/tlHBi/ Built with SUPERTWIST cord, Good.

this paper was expressing I
of others who had commented iAiisiM? / 1 BU year Tires stretch and recover under the : '
the Merchant bill rather than Yet b 0 th'd s were of equal length and ...
own, with the exception that shocks of the road without damage.. 1 d
Star gained the Impression both were stretched the same distance. I

Editor Merchant was against I'
governor's( program for tax 4''
Tires made of ordinary cord lack this
duction by his pronounced On the machine in the foreground the
tion to the blla! offered to r
ability and under road shock suffer
plish that end. : ordinary cord is lax, while the SUPERTWIST precisely ryj; l t

It the Star has presented I ; I the results you sec here.
Merchant\ to Its readers In an ; cord i is taut. .
favorable light it hopes
:
tion of his letter in Its
writ correct that error. For Both these cords were of the same SUPERTWIST cord is Goodyear-de-

rart, while we still believe
Merchant redistricting bill; length; both were equally stretched veloped and Goodyear-patented, and : 1! u

change beer: enacted,, would have into thrown Jaw the is used only in Goodyear Tires. ', '

diciary out of balance, we When the tension was relaxed, the t
no !intention or desire to (' "
the motives of its author SUPERTWIST cord sprang back to Its elasticity-its durability has reduced r; ? {

cheerfully publish his
which Is as follows: its original dimensions, recovering blowouts and similar troubles .", _'

Editor3tcrrhturt's Madison: Fla., June Loiter 28, like a rubber band. Th. lIha d.d portion la this cr_ to the vanishing point. t.clion t-'' ...;''
.. of a fir* ihowi tb. cord ,1 ,,
Editor Star: I have been a fabric which (U the ttmiith and k.,
tle behind with reading my foundation ol an p caging. In { "
changes owing to the rush of But the other cord had lost its spring, Goodyear paunttd tir BiipntwiM a tits I fabric..ra.' fa. mad.ol Only: Come in at any time and ask us to r'it''t ', ,
Incident to the adjournment of **. met Suptrtwlat.' '
legislature accumulated odds and now hangs slack and distended.Coody. make this interesting demonstration. \ ,!f l

ends here and one thing and I !'
other so that It was only I(
night that I picked up your
Issue of June 21 and read
Editorial headed "Playing: I I TCH'S SERVICE STATION
tl<-s With the Judiciary."

I note in the oditorlal that ) t,
criticised bill I j
severally a
I ffl
ed by me in legislature STARKE. FLORIDA j :
ing tOt redistrict the state as I I '
judicial circuits. I have no /

jection whatever to your s e i
of my bill-that Is what an t

homer may expect, and It Is /
t

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Mrs .I. L. Frazee entertained at SAMPSON CITY : i I 1 1I

I iodeEIlORINGNDltl1'M bridge; Wednesday afternoon at Cleo Thomas .. I

I I her home on Walnut street honoring i..................'sDM..
: her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J.

I I... Frnzee. Jr., of Greensboro N. We had services here Sunday


Miami. Hemingway of Starke.Mr. .

: \VKI; Lake Butler; Mr. Arthur Boring Bright colored garden; flowers \ and Mrs. Raymond Brown RIGHT NEXT TO GAIETY THEATRE STARKE FLORIDA

1M.\J IIKAVTIFL'I KVIiXT: of Plant] City; Mr. and Mrs. J. It. formed the decorations: for the of Starke have recently movedhel'
Sr., Mr. and Mrs O. N.
Boring
and will continue their workIn
where tables were arrangedfor
A beautiful event of Thursday Cnnova and family, Mr. and Mrs. rooms Starke on Saturday. We wish PURE CANE BLUE ROSE

evening:, and one in which much C. C Sparkman, all of Waldo; Mr. When bridge.: scores were totalled it them much success

and Mrs. J. R. Lynn, of Fernan Van Williams of Palntka Is SUGAR.1 10 Ibs. 52c RICE,5Ibs.25c
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cordial interest centered, was the dlna: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, was found that first prize, a card spending a few weeks with relatives. -
Mrs. G. M. In-
a marriage of Atlas Anna Elizabeth M. Oliver table, was won by .
of Coda; Mr. and Mrs. J. I ""

Andrews, daughter of Mr. Joseph of Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. O. man.went to A Mrs.sulad O.set L.for Beasley.second prize Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews of i COMPOUND 10 POUNDS ,

William\ Andrews, Jr., to M- John M. Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. 'De- N. D. Wainwright won the cut and New River, and daughter Krma:

RulledKe: Boring Jr., of Gainesville Witt, C. Jones, Mitts Elise Jones, was given a shoulder bouquet. The of Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs. LARD 21bs.------- GRITS or MEAL 35c

at the First Methodist all of Gainesville.; honor guet>ts were presented with Della Thomas and children Mon ,
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chruch, Rev. James T, Guy per- chiffon hose. day.; I I

forming the impressive ring com- MISS DOItlS) LAW lUH'O.MKSmuni : :! A salad course was served to Oran Harper of DeLand Is spend- j MAXWELL HOUSE DRY SALTBAcort

mony ': ,>F FIIANK OHKN:;,; ing a few days this week with rela
tho following; guests who were Invited

The artistic decoration made a to be with Mrs. Frazea and tives. COFFEE lb can 46c lib. .. 19c

fairy-like! background for the wedding New Smyrna, July 12.-Miss Mrs. Clark: Mrs J.V.. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith ,

party. Southern Smilax. ferns Doris Law and Frank Alexander were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hogan
L.
J,'., Mrs. \K. L. Biggs Mrs. O.
and palms being used in profusion, Oren made their nuptial vows neusle)'. Mrs. G. M. Inniun Mrs. Smith and family Sunday after PILLSBURY SELF-! ISNG


Smilax while from fell in the graceful windows Southern tendrils. I beneath Wednesday an evening arch of at flowering 6 o'clock N.Wainwright WalnwrlRht.; Mrs.. A.Mrs.Z. Adklna W. M. noon.Miss Lena Jones and Mr. Tom I 6111.sack - 30c 5 6 Ib. sack .. .. .. 25c

Quantities of pink: asters In pedestal vines and ferns which! centered the Mrs. M. S. Jordan, Mrs. II. C. Welch of Lake Butler, were visiting I

baskets were used effectively torn-hnnked rostrum of the new Mr. and 1\11'\ ''. Raymond Brown .
Rltch Mrs. D. C. Jonas, Mrs. S.
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and in front of a white grille twin- I Baptist church at the corner of, L. Peek, Miss: Mabel Weller, Mrs.P. Sunday afternoon: I I 12 Ik sack 59cq 12 lbe sack 49c

ed with, plumosa fern and asters Washington avenue and Faulkner K. Canova, Jr. Mrs. Dever of Jacksonville is I

Were candelabra of cathedral candles street. This ceremony wan the spending a few days with relatives.] I
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the tall tapers being lightedby I .first._ ___ of p m any__ services to be held In .AKTKK.VOON: HRIDGK: i'Lfll Mrs Alfred Varnes of Starke 24Ib.SacI$1.10 241b.sack.90c

the groomsmen just before the the new edifice, work on which attended church here Sunday.

entrance of the bridal party. was specially rushed for the wedding -* I
club met
The afternoon bridge
Proceeding the ceremony there I event. Friday with Mrs. Edward Burns at ('ITY COfKT: ('.\SUM: I I KELLOGG'S VAN CAMP'S
of music Interest of wide circle of I
a
was a program nuptial i
Mrs. Lawrence Adams of Jacksonville friends centered about the wedding her cottage on ICIngnley! Lake. Leo Jones, disorderly: ; bond $10 I
CORN FLAKES 8c fIIILK 6 25c
and baskets of zinnias pkg.
Bowls -
sm cans I
soloist and Mrs. DeWItt C. 1 of this couple the bride being formed. colorful background for forfeited .

Jones accompanist) Mrs. Adams' a popular teacher here, the
the tables arranged on the porch Clarence Stanford, disorderly] :
splendid voice was at its best as sister of Rev B. D. Law Baptist
OCTAGON 6 for Fallston Brand No. 2
aifd In the living room where the bond $10 forfeited: can
1 she sang "Because" (Guy IVHard- pastor, and the attractive audi-
lot) and "I Love You Truly." The torium of the church was filled 1 guests spent the afternoon. 'Chris Dell, drunk and disorderly
Mrs. W. P. Robinson was foundto Powder25c CORN 2 for 25c-
bridal chorus from Lohengrin was with visitors and townspeople at ; $10 bond forfeited. Soap or -
hold high at the end of the progressions ,
used as a processional and Men- the appointed hour. Mrs. 11.V. and was given a box of Rufus Rlgsby, Jr., disorderly;
delsshon'a wedding march as a Ashton sang "Beloved Morn", andas
A crystal remanded to custody of father. t
writing paper. green BLUE RIBBON TREASURE BRAND
recessional. \ the pianist, Mrs. ,J. Max Mas-
flower bowl went to Mrs. J. C. Ceo Henderson', disorderly; $5
The bride had as her maid of sey, softly began the wedding I

honor her .sister Miss Florence march of Lohengrin all eyes turn- Robinson The hostess as holder served of second.a salad and William costs. Fairvllle, disorderly: ; I MALT full 3-lb can 59c Mackerel tall can 15c

''?. : Andrews, while the junior brIdes- ed toward the south side entranceas ,
to the following guests: $5 and costs.
course
maids were Miss Mary Isabel Jlar- the groom Frank Oren accompanied I
) Mru. O. L. Beasley l Mrs. J K. M. John Roberson reckless drivIng -j 4-STRING BLUE RIBBON
dIn of Fernandlna niece of the by the best man, Robert
} Johns, Miss Mabel Weller, Mrs. D. ; bond $10 forfeited
bridegroom and :Miss Lelia Dea Holmes slowly entered and making I
C. Jones, Mrs. A. Z. AdkIns, Mrs. Arthur Crosby, operating car
Andrews a sister of the brhla. their way to the altar waitedfor BROOMS 39c PEACHES !Ib 20c
N. Steruberg, 'Mrs. J. C. Hoover, while Intoxicated:. $25 and costs. I pkg. -
Acting as bridesmaids/ were Ming the other members of the i
Mrs. O. L. lUynes Mrs J. C. Robinson Simon Tyson, concealed weapons i
t Virginia Weeks, Miss Mary Ca- bridal party. Rev B. 1>. Law "
1 Mrs W. P. Robinson of : $25
nova, Miss Harriet stitch and Miss stepped from the rostrum door Tryeo4<operaling'& We Appreciate Your Trade.Thank You.Neal Carlquist
Jacksonville Mrs. C. A. ]Knight Simon car I Manager.ItlMtrlrt I
Dorothy Alvarez of Jacksonville.All and waited before the flower bow- I : _
and Mrs\ ",V. M. Wulnwr'Ight.e while Intoxicated! $25 'and costs. I :
maids wore ruffled organdie, er. Ushering! the way for the ,.
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Joe Williams of -
possession
dresses In tints of rainbow shades bridesmaids were Albert LeRoy IIq-1
IIl.It\'S':' :1\1': : liltll)(ii': SIKIIH: : uor; $50 and ('ost". .
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and carried bouquets of asters or and James Edward' Morris, then $:5 forfeited. \ H< the receipt, and IVart7nltsdtu'Ing i iI
E.: J. Cooper, spending;; bond $5 I ... I
Hal. March 1. 1929 17.10Hcieli'tH "aid month, .
rosebud matching the tints of Misses Fern Russell! and ObbleDanielle Will Wright, operating car I correspond I I: *
dl their dress. former classmates of Crepe myrtle was effectivelyused ] forfeited. during month ___ 2.30rl'llnl" th. ri'onrdx of toy olfloe, and i i
for dec-ration when !Mr. and I W. A. Patten operating ear while Intoxicated; bond $50 for \\'(\ during month and correct to the bent of my 1 ki,,,
Mr Nolan Cnnova, Jr. of Wal Stetson university
bride from
tho MI-H. Edward Burns gave; a bridge while IntoclIted: ;-'bond $73: for felt ed. Dal. .\pr. 1 1929. .. 19.46 edge ,and licliff. I also cerlii.. i
do, and Mr. Frank Carpenterwere DeLand, entered. They were : IiINrlrtn.. l lrial. II
series at their cottage on Kings- feited. while __ !the following 'IN list f n" '
Lee Hurd operating car :March 1 1929: 10.80Uvcolptx ,
ushers, and Mr. Doting had/ daintily 'dressed in flowered organdie tlo'ioHllitrh-H( showing the bulaioacli ,
2.60Ih'celptN
ley lake Tuesday and Wednesday Jasper Dell, operating car while bond forfeited., during month! ut the
intoxicated: $50 rlnne of the month I
his taffeta ( month
as best man Mr. Clifton Drown frocks with pale p'nk durlntf
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evenings. Intoxicatedbond; ,?$100 forfeited. Ray Roberts, operating car limb Apr. I. 191! !9) __ '_ .__ 13,20IIsrfrt In ftrut .tnl<'d. and the nl11'I'., i iHuourlty '
of Lawtey. The groomsmen were trimmings which made more furnished l>y each xn i ipoHltory.
Ni 1(1Hal.
Mr. Lambert Campbell, of Bra- effective the dipped hemline and Handkerchiefs were given ]ladles Carl Miller, possession of liq- while intoxicated; bond $30 for March I. 1829 > ___ ___ 287.02' and the amount of Inl,
high and low scores on uor discharged. Jl. month Putt' or credited during Mild nov
holding ; IteoelplH during
denton Mr. Jimmie Metier, of V-hack lines, Each carried an feited.! Warrants, during, I month: IHal. -__ I each said dfpoj>\ltc>"y on n"" .".
Tallahassee\ Cecil Oracey and arm.bouquet pt pink ruwebuda: and both evenings. Card and socks Clarence Stanford, ,( ; reckless! \V. D. Ponder disorderly; bond : Apr 1. 192't': ____u_ -,-- 287.02 of current' dally balances 01 '
presented the men. Was: Ma- driving: ; $10 'anrl, 'slg.t torfe were e! $10
Mr. Ili-ndricka! Kellum, of Cialnestrllle. ferns Tbe matron of. honor Mrs.A. j I Overdraft March 1, 1929______ 211.14 my hand this 28th ; cousin of LM Weller and Mr- O. L. Beaslpy Sam Harrt rvu'{:*i\'dlrl.Yi; bond i Jerry Parks, <1Isorderly. ; $10 and lleoetptN during month! _. 24.20Wnrrttntx April 19J9.
Starke
1s'Vall of a u
; held 1 high scores on Tuesday eve- $10 tea felted. .._.*. >" -. ,_. costs. during month F147.65 A. J. eHl1o'O( <.
Master Joseph William Andrews Miss\ Law, wore a gracefully drap- Overdraft Apr., I. 11'29' __ ._ 134.59! Count: $Superlnlt' '
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liln Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mr. Gel Thomaa, 'reckless driving; Parks restating anes( .
lit[, brother ot the bride. ed georgette dress of deep pink! : Jerry : ; Itlatrlrt :> >. 12: --- --
F. F. Stump held low.. bond $5 forfeited., $50 and costs. Overdraft March I I. 1112! __ ._ 247.12Upcel.I. Jacksonville $399,533
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was ring bearer. lie wore a white and carried pink roses. { $ during month 1.20
satin and.carried the in path Guests for this evening were: Richard ONeal: ], disorderly; bond Joe WrigliJ speeding; bond $5 \VnrrnnlH during month ___ 2R .01l( tract awarded for Improving II".
suit ring white carpeted
Along the Mi. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. $fS forteltad. t forfeited Overdraft Apr.. 1 I. I'i29\ ___ 830.82 gall's creek.Drain .
a white rose. two fairy-like flower girls, t)l.lrl"'< :\... ii:
way Maurine and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. and1II1'1f. I Callle Thomas, disorderly; $10 ]I KInney Kite: disorderly; bond Overdrnrtlarclt I, 1828 ____ 875.67 [ : -- City and count> pu+!
The little flower girls! were Barbara Colee and jAshton j
Norma Jean
.__ chase 180 for :
Mrs.J. t Receipt! during month 2.110( acres airport.
Mr. and and costs. foifeited.
M. Johns '
,( before E. $5 ____
Vv'nrraufR <
Boring of Wildwood niece of scattered rose petals during nmnth 2 1.00
the and The little girls] W. Andrews, Jr., Miss Mabel' L. C. Hobbs disorderly; bond $10 Taft ICHerson' possession of liquor Overdraft AI.... 1. 1929 ______ 693.07Ill.lrUt
bridegroom Jacqueline the bride. .
Andrews youngest sister ot the wore pink tulle frocks and their Weller and,Mr. J. J. Truby. ,., Isom Wilson disorderly; bond ; 30 days.Wesley March 1,Vo.192'IKOverdraft ____ 321.67

each ruffled covered with Clients Wednesday evening George, disorderly; Hpcelptx during month -,__ ; ; --1 1I
.bride. They wore baskets were of p'nk WfirrnnlD during: month
pink organdie frocks and carried fern and rosebuds. The bride, were: Mr. and Mrs A. Z. Ailktii. bond $5 forfeited. I Hal. Ape 1. 1928! '"______--_-__- 321.47Illotrlrt'No. rJi
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Inman, Mr. and I Paul Berry, disorderly; $1 and : XI
quaint little baskets filled with stepping demurely to the time of OverlrnftIar..h! 1, 1H29! ____ .21.37:
Mrs. N. Sternberg. Dr. and Mrs. K.L. I A costs HecelptH during munthV..rr.I. _____ i
rose petals which they scattered the march was beautiful] In pure CENT ORD .. Dahlias Asters
Jourdan of Sum Franklin, Curtis Jackson \ dnrlntt "month :
M. S.
in the pathway of the bride. white a triple circlet of orange nigRH;!: Mrs. I, Ovt'I'h'aft'Jr.' I, 1828 n_ 21.37
t The bride entered on the arm of blossoms held in place a velf of '''Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. J. 'C. 'Sally Jat-kson, disorderly. ; dls- I11Ntrleto.. : i. I Cut Fern, Floral Designs
COLUMN discharged 1. rial. March 1, 11)29) ___ _u 7.SO ,
her father Mr. Joseph William embroidered net which trailed Hoover. IteoelptH during month 3.30 I
+ t Andrews. Jr., and they were met the popular length of FOR strawberry !j Pros Jackson; disorderly) ; $10 WarrnntH during month I
prettily in SALIO Missionary: -
:MKTHOIUHT I.UAt.l'KIMUXilUM : : and costs. Hill. AIr.|> 1, 1921\ 11.10'I.trirt Cll AS. C. SMITH
+ at the altar by Mr. Boring and his today. A simple- gown of white plants. See Fred G. Stern :i". IS I 0

best man Mr. Clifton Brown The crepe with pleated skirt and scalloped ]- \ Route A, Starke, F'.a.! 11"1"01't forfeited.A. K. Ivey, disorderly] ; bond $20 Overdraft l1...-viptH( dining!March month 1, 1928 126.1 766.3S>0 i Phone 11 W. I II

bride made a ]lovely picture In"her ; cape collar wv the costume Warrant during month 565.00 Waldo Florida
? the Sunday)', July 28, Kate: Struth. Furnished Leroy Monden, disorderly; bond Overdraft Apr. I, 192U __ 1201.K8: I t ,
dress of white
Chantilly bride and pendant was RENT apartment -
wedding i ot the a 1 hereby of rlIfv that the foregoing

crepe satin finished with point only Jewelry worn. White roses leader.Vhere with private bath. F. A. $10 forfeited. ,statement showing buluncex at the Jj J----------, .!
are. you going my. happy Charles Ellerson disorderly: beginning and at the ending of tin- ;
laco and tulle. She
wore a long formed her bouquet. Scott, Starke, Flcu It. month herein) shove Mate! not, of
tulle veil edged with point lace Making th" ceremony more Im- friend? $10 and costs. < .
"To Epworth League," she an- Will Smith, operating car while .. ---
and with of the --
ornamented sprigs pressive was a voluntary "At FOR RENT Furnished cottage j .-- -u_

valley lilies, and her shoes were Wayside Chapel"\ which was very swered him."Where on Kingsley Lake. R, J. Davis: Intoxicated ; continued.A. 1

( of white brocaded sntln. She carried softly played during the reading do you meet" he asked 6-21-tf. P. Wade reckless driving; i

and Interested seemed. $50 and costs. I
l,, a bouquet of brides roses and of the service and the taking of -1
lilies of tho valley. the vows by the young couple. The "At the Methodist. church at sev- FOR SALK' Pet bantams. $1.00 Mack] Monk concealed] weapons -

The bride Is a charming petite single ring ceremony was observed en-fifteen." I pall Billy bowling\ care E. J. ; $25 and costs. j
' : "Come 'and go with me, she Hubert Price disorderly; bond' I
K brunette and Is a popular memJier and the benediction offered by Howling Phone 113-J. It.
c And he readily con- $10 forfeited.:
said. very
cf the younger set. She has Rev. Law. The bridal party returned I

?' decided dramatic talent and has by the center' aisle of the sented. FOR RENT-Down stairs furnish Mary Roberts drunk and disor- 1

appeared in number' of pleasing church to Mendelsshon'a march Why don't you come too? ed apartment in town. See J. derly; boner. $10 forfeited. I I

1 home talent entertainments.The with congregation standing la Subject: Africa. F. Klckliter. It *
C'OTMTY St I'KHINTKMJKVT'MMOVrill.t
Morning
groom Is thIS ton of Mr. and awed tribute to the beauty and Song: No.9. "The KIV.\>('IAI.' KT/\TK- !
"
v WsM Hreaking.! DANCING AT HAMPTON BEACH '\'I' UP MillUUL KI.M1SDlntrlrt :
Mrtf. J. n. Boring Sr., of Waldo solemnity ot the occasion.:

and Is a young man ot good business Immediately following the Scripture, : Psalm 67. Under new management. Thursday %o..1 I

ability having graduated in married. couple left by motor for 1st talk: Africa as our Missionary and Saturday nights. Seven- For Bradford iv>"nty, for the I

1024 from Newberry College New- a short trip to the Carolinas, after Field-Mrs. R. A. Weeks. piece orchestra. U.LOSTTw8' month Urnerulhooi of March 1929.Funds :

berry, S. C. lie is now employedin which they will return to Winter 2nd talk: Epworth League's March 1, 1828 __________4099.29 I
Struth. nce _____ 1808.l : a
Fredrlka month II
Work In Africa- >tM during
the First National Bank of will make their female bird dogs;
Haven, where they Warrant during month ____E541.89\ I
Gainesville. home. This wedding terminateda 3rd talk: Protestant MissionsIn one red another \liver and white. Overdraft Apr 1. 1828 -. ____ 171).60
Congo"'OraceVood.. Overdraft March I, 1929 ____ 34.14
Immediately after the ceremonya childhood romance as the contracting Finder notify W. B. Torode who Receipts duringmonth ______
Song 228.League will for trouble Incurred. Warrunt durum month AXE GRINDING
held the home
reception was at parties had been school- pay ----
Benediction. Overdraft Apr. 1. 1929 ___n_ 34,14
i of the brides parent's on West mates In Winter Havenand 6-21-tf. Illxtrlrt. :>... 2Rat.
I March 1 1828 __ 90.09ReceiptM
Madison street The guests Included -
friends for many yeara.New'Smyrlla. \v. o. w. c.'mImlTIoiO: : : durrng month ::::- 3.30:
the wedding party and relatives News. FOR SALE Corner store four WurruntH during month ____ 345.011 I

of the contracting parties. living 1'0011and large house Overdraft .A,'r. I, 1929 ______ 251.62 I
Starke Grove No. 278. Woodmen ((3) lots on road No. 48. from IIstrlcto.. 3 About the only axe that anybodyshould'ever I II
After the reception Mr. and Mrs. TI1IIKK AHI-J HIIVKNTKKX: :;,; : :;,; Overdraft March 1. 1929 ____ 472.67
Circle met Tuesday evening at 8 ''I Cherry street Starke. Mrs. M. Receipt during month ______ M.00 '
Boring ]left for a trip to'Asheville
o'clock at the Masonic hall Thornton. 7-19-41 Warrants during month .112)1.23)
and other points In the mountains. Three Stuart girls' birthday Overdraft Apr. I, 1929\ _::::1514.80: I
Guardian Sov. Vonda Inman conducted I
They will be at home to their camo this week and all had a the meeting, which Was an FOR SALE -- ....room house in March UI..I.0.1, 1929: __-IHal. _____ 224.28KeoelptM have to grind is the

a friends In Gainesville after the party together at the home of L. Starke. Screened porch shade during month _... 2.80 -
business II III
enjoyable event as many Warrant lurhiff month 8.(15( I
first of August C. Klckllter on KIdrado\ Heights discussed and plans trees, pump and garage. Two Hul. Apr. I. 1928 217.93:
Among .the out of town guests; last evening. The birthday! girls matters were blocks from courthouse. Only DIN1ric------------ cue With himself about his suc-
13, .
made for the meeting August Hal. March 1. 11129 __ 491.S5
$930. See Sterl Courtney. u.
attending the wedding were: ),11'. were misses Azaleen Klckllter class of candidateswill tteeelpts during month 1(1.40( I II 1'1 I
when large
a Starke Fla. 7-5t-4t __
and Mrs. G. S. Alvarez and family Thtlma Andreu and Mary McLane. Warrant ilurlnir month 700.00fiat. .
be received Into the grove. Apr. 1. 192: _?_ .. 192.7S
Mr. Whlpple Bishop, Mrs. L. Miss Mae Klckliter saw DUtrIM >. THat.
Lacy >
decorating and refreshment WANTED In communitya cess. He puts a keen edge on his
S. Adams Miss Dorothy Walten The ; your Marrh 1, 19X _u_. 207.97 II
that her father's home was II III
t' properly committees will have a treat for representative, manor woman llv\ <:rl|>tH during month ___ 44.90
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warren, Sr., decorated for the occasion Warrant diirlntr month. 35.00Hal.
that evening.A to show our famous White Apr. I, 1928 221.87 I
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Warren Jr., feature !
Cut flowers were a special
taken on how many Broadcloth Shirts Sold only ------ I
vote was -- Prospects by saving
; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez, Mr. money regu-
and tho table was beautifully '
,. .., ..
the Woodman picnic. direct 'wearer. A better shirt "' = 1DI'W
would go to to ''''' .U< '''ru''n. i
Mr. Mrs.
Claude M. Alvarez and
ornamented with The
crepe: paper. Here Is the result; every circle for ]less money. Every man and I
Starkweather Mrs. CASKETSand
I[ Q.
,ti Clyde favors were pink baskets. A surprise COFFINS &
member will be there. boy will want them. Abso- I
Divers Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Moor- larly. -
dinner! was served. .
Fall Un of
lutely guaranteed to please or I a I I'I
man, Mr J. J. McCralne Miss Those present were: FlossieRofrgess ,
'' JUNIOR AVOOI)MKN C1KCI.K money refunded. No Investment
Leila McCraine, all of Jacksonville Mary McLane, MtliredPharr Undertakers* Supplies '
i or precious selling experience re
; Mrs. Marlon Jourdon,

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boring, all of Wlllits., Thelma Merle AnlreElinor Pharr, Azaleen I Japonlca Junior Circle No. 32, quired. Liberal compensation. AUTOMOBILE TJBARSBAlwtn Bradford County Bank

Wildwood: Mrs.\ A. M. Pettlt of ; met Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock, No waiting on your salary j
KIck liter. Lacy Mae Klckllter
.. hand. Tk tutI wedgea
Alachua; Mrs. Otis Barge of Atlanta I Mrs H. E. Rodgers and L. C. Kick- officers at their stations checks. Our references-Any the ......, piicM. H.Ml.l ..-

Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. O. W. liter. Stuart Dally News July A drill team was formed, and bank in Greenville S. C. Pros- KnIUa .. t.1.*....h .rm.KEG1STBKKD Bradford County's Financial Stronghold I
BMBALMBB ,
f Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill.Mm. 20th. plans were discussed for a picnicat pective representative must be

Effle Miner\ MUM Beatrice ', an early date. In good standing In the community DEwrrr c. JONES STARKE, FLA.1'um I

Miner Howard Miner. Mr. and Modern hardwood The next meeting will be held Write today. J dson-

Mrs. W E. Torode, all of Law- Apalachicola mill planned- for this section -- August 2nd at 4 o'clock Kefreth-. Dunean Stares. Shirt Makers STARKE. FLA.

t) ''t fay, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Grlffls of j ments will be serVed. Greenville S. C., It* -

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BRADFORD COUNTY:: TJ J. ':(;It.\.n. HT\RKK., : FLORIDA P.1JF! HHVKN: ::

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!\II. Orlc Wlgg.nn. Mr Willie _. .. -
-- -- .. ..
.r (;\tl>Hjn, Mr mil Doyle and Misses --- I! ; ; I II

(jiisslo !Mae Bennett l Elizabeth I

I Bits of \Kendrick and Laura Lee' Hemingway ;- I I I :

spent Sunday afternoon at
..i! Jacksonville Beach.


local .yew 111,'. and \Mrs. J. E. Futch_\ who j!

have been visiting Mr. and Mrs, [
If.( L. Brownleu, returned Monday I

Concerning Our People, Basinets and to DeLand. They were accompanied -I I

Progress of the County and Town. to Starke last Thursday by I I
Miss\ Mary Brownlee who spent I .

." two weeks in DeLond and at Daytona -
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fu b 52SZ 5dI Beach.

.: I 1.,1111\, \ HIM was business\ Hill'ard, Is vlslllnl111'\ and Mrs New shipment of voll and pongee I

t I.. 'hiu! from Lawtey Friday. C. A. Knight: here / dresses. at Stump's only $2.98. ls we enter another year of serving the public of Starke liradford and adjoining counties, .

--- }Ve first ivish to thank each and of customers for their the
everyone our patronage past
,
material at
t I".. ,j II(Tied, curtain Humming; Bard: hose ll.'OO up; :Mr. and \Mrs. T. S. Williams and '

I Scan: ',' -. pair summer Is guaranteed.glades from Paris,. every children, left lust Thursday for which made our business a wonderful succfss. The incomiiiff year ice. 'i'iPL ,

Stump's.Mrs. P.altlmore Mil., where they will\ be! '
relit --+ I lowing: Courtesy, Service Quality merchandise with good prices
li visiting -
v luiby Dyal the (guests of \Mrs. Williams' mother I It It.1

,' iilnPHvllle I this week. \ I), E. Knight returned Mrs. E. II Smith Before returning ... . ,. ,. 27th'i: 1
t ---------- ------------ re.eSoS1aYr.N'i. -'- 4 !ti tiI
Monday from Lakeland
where she. to Slarke they will .
"',, \\. T. Wasdln' of"' { was visited her sister Mrs. Charles visit Mr. \"'mlamlJrothcr.\ Copt i I .(

!I" i I", (oil -Business\ Monday Larsen. D.Yancy C. S.. Williams In Washington |I I I SPECIAL JUL Y 26th & I 1,1 I i::


': !l11I'" Kay Is visiting Mr. Miss\ Elite: Collins, a recent ___ __ I III ..fIII -..-..-.-.-.--.-.--..-..--.--.--.-..---.__._..__._,_._.__'_'_'_'_'__'_'_'_'_"_'_'_"._' .
i I.. C. Hay at Bedding guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Thomas Mr. Paul Knight: will return : v,
it left Saturday( for her home inUmatilla. home Saturday from Winthrop | III I 'RE CANE F.iV CAMP'S ,

i i lug' out ,Mininior millinery atSI .-> College at Rock It'll: S. ('.. where OURVegetable II'

I. 'h,"Ig'e.I he has attended, the Master's'(: I SUGAR{ MILK

-- "Suulnlt r suits |,d //o.r'nt! ''('llm', School of Music\ for the past six I
I, i i II 13}, Knight made a busI !- baits nl, "Stct'nhcrg's. weeks. Before returning home he Department II

I 'nii' to Plant City and Miami visited lii Charlotte Chimney t, ICPoumSs50c I 6 small cans --25c

I I. inniday i and Friday.mti Misses liussle: Mae Kennelt Es- Rock and Ashevllle, N. C., for a j
---- telle and few i I. I I 1
-- ]Elizabeth Kendrick, and days BLUE ROSE I COMPOUND ;
-, ( '* Attorney 11. V. Knight Mr. Willie Gibson spent Thursdayat i 1lutrchFresh ,

\\t' ,111 Wednesday in JacksonvilleIon Sliver Springs. !Mrs. Inez H. McDuff of Tallahassee |

Ilrnfellslonal.Iuslness.\ working with the depart-1 I RICE I Carrots M -1 l lOc LARD i q

1\frll.-W. P. Randall and son ment of agriculture In getting up

:\>w fall felts on display at William Jr. returned to Tampa data for the new book to be Issued 5Pounds 25c I 2 Pounds 25c !
I Slump's Store. Tuesday after a visit! with Mr. and by the department telling of '
-of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. the advantages to be found' in the Fresh Beets bunch lOc

Mr John 1 slate state by homeseekers was in NATIONAL BISCUIT NATIONAL BISCUIT

I road department spent last week- Mrs. A. J. Murden\ who has \been Strjrke Tuesday compiling facts! Bunch

lend in Lake City.MreBynum visiting her parents Mr. and and securing photographs. The CRACKERSAll FANCY COOKIES

Mrs. J. M. Alvarez returned to new book will be issued, In three I
Perkins of Lawtey Savannah Tuesday sections this year covering north Five Cent Boxes Fresh Turnips - l lOc I Four Different Kinds

was a vis.tor: to Stal'keVellnes- _. central and south Florida 1 I

do' I Members of Headquarters: Company 6 Packages25c Per pound bag30c ;:

2nd Battalion, 124th Infan- Congressman li. A. Green of Green Lb. 6c
Ihggradp) Shills and OiPiulNa try enjoyed, a chicken "uper at SUirke, was here last Friday for a I Cabbage *I"

fl'rnIK"'j'II.! the Magnolia!! Cafe Tuesday night. brief visit, being en route to Lake FULL CREAM )'
SALT BACON
City to fill n speaking engagement
\l: II C. Wall and Mr. I.. M. 'Gossan Crngrcssman!' Green Is in great demand I CHEESE
( utep-lu's, girdles combinations I Yellow Onions Lb. 7cCantah&pes
SALT
PLATES -
returned from a recent
t i have and brassieres at us a speaker being among >I N.
;I' P i tn Tallahassee. Stump's. Come In and be fitted the best orators In the state. He '
Stump's Store. I Per Pound -1 GeS1'EET Per Pound 30e
--- .
expressed' himself as being highly -
1 13. McRae have each 15c
M and Mrs. H -
pleased at the building activity I I
II ,'h.-Riiestg, sirs Mal tie Urownm Mrs. \\". H PerkTiisTMlss: l.un- here nnd the piogress; and advancement ( II I .
August, of rensacola. 1 Ice f' rk'I1S and Mr. Warren PerkIns being made In Baker i I { CLOVER LIIiBY'S ;, ; ;

are spending[ a month in the Head. kr
generally. Congressman
reducedi mountilus: at Ashevllle! N. C. county ; I BUTTER. CORN BEEF s
\ I mmmer millinery .
I Green expects to return IlgRlnphortly II
.
..
mp' Lettuce 12c
i for a more extended visit iceberg -
The members of the Baptist Sunday .
n.: C. White and Mrs. ..Tv !school enjoyed their annual I'reas.Government I IMacc1enny Per Pound50c j I tJonndCan25c! r t

\ ''iHi-, spent Wednesday InnetIin. picnic at KIngsley Luke Thursday uulhorlt toll UK il Head I .

.1 i ,, afternoon
that_ thirty different diseases ar | Ii,, PILLSttUKY SUN MAIDSEEDLESS ( .

r'. W. White of Quincy, a Mrs and Mrs. 1) P. Carpenter re- transmitted by flies. Arty one of Fancy Celery - 18c 1
.
these often proves fatal. Flic( ;%i +ill I GRITS R iISnS > : ;:
t> i I. I pastor of Starke, was vlslt- turned Wednesday afternoon from must be killed. Use FLY-TOX I .


r.rnutirul irtonds here KhtH Wednesday.for a Hollar- ntMI Carolina ix three:week's, trip J through North the Mellon scientific by Institute Rex product Research of. Industrial developed Fellow-Research at- j I' III' Pound Package! -. -1 IQcLAUNDRYSOAP Fancy i Lemons, doz. 35c 15 oz, I acreage----12c \ .1::1:'; ,, .


"i IllNM'K'a.' See the $1.00 white broadcloth '
'- shirts at Stump's.Mrs. ship. It is harmless! to mankind II! P&G DEL MONTE (' '
I! 'I: Ilurnned of Jacksonville I '--- but,dellih to all household Insects j I I Faicy Limes doi 121f I lit!

.i r first' of the week In Starkei I Fannie Hopson and granddaughter ; Just follow instruction on blue PRUNES ;
Vent Mae Hoffman of lalwl 1 of bottle. INSIST: on FLY-I II
\ : i'lends and relatives. i


. \i 1l.oll18e\ DI Hay'Mlnette Nettles, Ala.and, are elilli vis.I" -- Mon's this Palatka week.mother are ,visiting Mrs. Lucy Mrs.Powell Hop- TOX rance.with---Adv.the perfume-like f'ag-I I I I I I..! GBarsfer25c Potatoes' Lb. ScAnd 2 .Pound Bos11120. n -25c ;i I !; tt

The following people enjoyed .
her B'ster, Mrs O. K.. Lewis. --- -- young : I.I' I..
--- Mrs. J L. Frazee, Jr., and little a house party at Hull's cottage / I' f

"-, voile( and organdy all colors daughter Lora M'ller!' of Jreens- ; on Klngsley!; Lake over the 'I'I r
., imp's.. born, N. C., arrived, here Saturday week-end: John Powell Orle Wig. I' I r'f
and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. g'ns; Bill Doyle Shelton Baxter. I '

tl m Kalcl\ of Hampton wail: nM L. Fra.zee.Table Wesley Stt'al'ns.'Ilile Gibson of I M C S'IORL
I i visitor to Starke Tiies- Red Springs, N, C., Elizabeth' Ken =

! of silk underwear on sale trick Laura Lee Heimngway, En- ) .
at Stump's Store. telle Kendrick Ruby Kilpatrlck:!\ 1Il. 1---

u and Mrs. A. D. Coburn -- Blanche Alderman tussle Mae Where Satisfaction is a Certainly

mH' "d last week to their ranch at I Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Fox and Bennett Beatrice Johns InezMo'.tt
Arlynne, and Mrs Stel- of Jacksonville, and Lolselle
LTexas. daughter _
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-- -- -- - -- --- ----- -. .
-- la Wiggins; who have been visiting Turner. The purty was chaperoned I I

That Dollar Silk Host. at Sh''iir- Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Bennett by Mr. and Mrs. W. R.'Mundy. I' .

hrrg"" mire ilwnenr.._ returned Friday to Macon, Ga. Jr. nlt.on -- ;, ;hiss: Kllcn Clrii; unmarred': I,, in order l t'.sued, out of the nalil', WIT.\is.H:" :! my hand and the "aeu' 1
Mil": Avis Maneell and children Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis and "Y13-(Oil LYING (,.Jcorttf(1..orK"C. tlalilnrnian C IlnMormiin, .4nmitIIIIJB.nll'il II ihvrt ." 'ivt, ntraliiMt, the State of Florida, 1 of the circuit court of Hrndforilioiint.v DIC. II. H. r.UtKOM I..
: Florida, thin the 21th duty of I
their Mr. K, P. Wright of A lynching! party In Iowa might ''. llnli'vrmnn, .sometimes Hllh..1nob..rt <'-'ilrlntr!' It, thrniiRh the Honorable r DrnUnt
M.irmuerlte; and Harold of )Frost guest ; **. 'I. V. I<''''liht. Htate'M Attorney for' July A. H., \'! ,,'),II,
proof' are visiting Mrs. E. F.Johns.. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and not be a bad I Idea\ In.case there Is of the (loreiiotnit llolilerniHii 1C !living each m-tl and all IfeKhrr the Tw."ty-'IXlh' ( Jucllrliil circuitof II. W AI.I>KIIMAN.: Over Corpcnlng's Drug. Store ,; .1
.... '., ,
to xhow. fHi.nlI Circuit ( .II't lirad
Florida en'' before Cletk:\
Mrs W. C. Davis Wllllston Sun- law. "An Iowa all lie dead the -
\ unknown
no competent paper any or the llonoruhlo, A. /. AilklnH, Judtcu ford l county, Klolkla. Phone :iiOfllie : "' I
Or (n, P. Raymond returned Saturday day. ," according to the Starkn Telegraph | or grantees hHrM., .1..vh'e..lI.of each who legatee In dead.all.tI of the falil court, at his pities In ,A. H. ..C'H'WH.Hollde Hours: I U to :3. ;

' from the ;Baptist Assembly tells a number o' obvious and all persona claiming any right Starke county, In llrudford, the aforesaid County; I ,Clri-iilt Florida.\ ,on n !> for I'vtltluner.. 7-EA.ljt.8-16. '
n Del.and. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy and lies about the Mcdfly In }Florida title or. Intprext In and to the follow the I IMIl day of August\ A. l It. II2'I! "
IIIide..rlhed land situated 111 Drail- .. .. ..... ..
at 10 oiloita A, 11.Vhy slid bonds -
Jr., left lastThursday
Mr. S. R. Johns, including that it spreads -lliifaae) ; (riilonnfv, !Klorlfln, to-wit: : I
; ": of Jjt No. should not be validatedand con- .... .. .. ... I "
The 'Eat half tKVtf\
Silk Bloomers 4c!) at Stump's. for Tarentum Pa. from which "all but two In one ]locality firmed.THKFIKKOnR. -- --------
One ((1) and all of Lone Nos. Threex
;.'w Cretones at Stump's 18c up. where they will visit Mr. Christy's have died." The Iowa pa- (: ) Five (61 anil Seven (7) nf Block < : TflK R are to command Say it with Flowers i t V I.. ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. N. is of no. Importance but we'dlike ; No. Twpntv-nlx (Sa) arcordlnir. to you and each of you are here '
parents
per by required to ba and ''p'
plat of Original Town of Starko.You appear beforeme : \
Mr Owen Griffin and Mr. Lynn Christy. to know Its name and we fed .' anil each of you are hereby ituiiuruble. A. V. AilklriM, Judweof Flowers For All GAIETY ,
Mitchell spent Sunday afternoon -.-- that it is the duty of Governor notified that [. Ii. Alexander hassled .the KBlil Court lit Mturkv, llrailford /1 ;
county Florida at 10 o'clockA.
herein MM sworn bill of complaint Occasions
In Jacksonville. Mi Alan Garrison state presi- Carlton to nave Sis ed'tor pit In a Mtfeklnir |o (onlft and c'onflrmhlB M., on the IDth day of August, .\ '
Endeavor till to the forcKolnif deMcrlhed A. I)' 1024, and show .cause If any THEATRE ,
Christian
dent of the safe I Imaiio auylum before he ;publishes have.
Bald l bonds
lands. and to cancel and bar any vein why Khouldnot
:Mrs' J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. spoke Sunday night at the another story' about )Des claim or interest you or either of be validated and oonflrmed, otherwise Gertrude GodbeyAnderson ,; :
llirlam Klckllter were In, Jackson-i Presbyterian church. While here \Moines\ being full'of bubonic you may have therein you and each. the allevnlkina of the said l STARKE, FLA.
of are therefore ordered to appear will be taken an confessed a
petition
Hie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Garrison were the plague corpses: He should also pay you and er th..natd bill nf : :
guests ot Miss Carrie Uglow. damages; as an example. In the plaint or pled thereto nrcnrdingcoot tolaw IT IS. ortDHURD that thin notice !'
on the Twenty-nix ((26th) day of publlnhvd once a week fur throefiinnxcutlve -
Royal, l Sorlvty I3inbrolilerylinailnat : last 10 years, we have t?.,!II1'I I > Auimut A. D. 1921 under penalty week before the lllth Y
14'rnlx'r/C's." / Y rd-wlde homespun at Stump's9c 'grow tired of hearing talk of baring tit decree pro conf*.M<> and final decree day tord of Anviixt. A. I). 1929. In Tlrad- Phone> Waldo, Fla. Mon-Tues., July 29.30 :
I being entered aKalnxt you andeach County Telegraph published In
yard. nothing done. As long as nothing of you for failure to appear, Starke: llradford' county! Florida
Mrs, Elizabeth Johns is visiting IS done, we are going: to ns- plead or otherwise. answer tn the. and that th" Klrnt. publication bofiubllHhed CONRAD NAGEL & Myrna -
Miss Florence said 1)111.And/ It III further ordered at leant Eighteen: days be-
PI I son-ln-ln-law and daughter Mr. Clifton Brown Hume that they ARE dying In I that thin notice Ixt published once a I 'nr the !ll>th day. of Aug-imf, A. 0..
r.
li and Mrs. L+) A. Reynolds Jn Andrews Mr. Charles Darby )Florida.-P. E.. B. In Tampa Tri week for four aurteimlve weeks In Loy I
Miss Leila Dea Andrews Mr. Comer the titarkw!! Telegraph a newspaper I .
lendersonville N. C. bu ne. t
nf general circulation published insaid PRICES In
Long and Miss Eloise: Hitch Bradford county, Florida. R .j

Mr G, n. Smith of Woodbine.a were in Jacksonville Sunday after Tavares Constructing .and this Witness the 2.4th my hand day ot and July official A.sent U., "Standard" "STATE STiyET SADIE" :
: .. of equipping proponed Howey-In-the / I
and Mr. D. O. MIddleton noon. j :::R-7.
Hills nan'tarlum! will cost $150- 1929'O.. W. AM>KKMA.V: :, ,
Uklnaon Ga., were visiting in (Heal' ) Clerk Circuit of 000. "t:
W. G. Dowling
tarke Tuesday. Mr. and !Mrs.\ ford County Klorlila.rrnus Greasing Service -
i Jacksonville 1\11'11. Lloyd Abbot I. ir. KVIITIIDRAU, WznGJ\ [[ j -
>.orfI1In Solicitor for Complainant.i
Men's check 98c and daughter of Tampa and 1111's.I .24.5t9.23.i '
jiln : pants 'ihurs.-Fri.. August 1.2
inmp'i. al.l E. Dowling of Stuart spent Mon- the Clrrult Court of the Twen .--- Insurance ;
I Companies
ty-Sixth Juilli-i.lt C'ln-tilt of Florida.in
Mrs. W. E. MId-
and
day with Dr. and for Urmlford. County into i MH-ICH Fords! model "A" and Dolores Del Rio and Charles
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f.a.nd Mrs. C. A. Futch and dleton. ba.ncry Fires ;
Fought
Merrill this week Knit <|nl.t Till In Circuit irourt;; : 'Tw..ntv-Hixtli "T" car and trucks_! ()cAll .;
are spending
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I L. Tl. Alexander Complainant : Tiiillrlnl' r'lriMilt, liradford County Parrell ;dIn
an auto trip to Tampa and Mi- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kilpatrick, VHJohn Florida In Chan..ry.CI&r'.r. other four-cy- ,
ml i I; guest of Mr. and !Mrs. L. D. Vin- f. Ulchard et she. ; Stark, A Municipal !. IH.MvmUwalh. tfulmrr son ......'
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for Troy Ala. ,PefendantH.NOTICE t ..'....11011_ 1..1.. ..... ._.1. I is- linder earn _1 _73c: I
Ing, left Monday Petitioner .. .....
I format .1 U for
C. Hlolunl l ll/Mim.ly nap mpouiUe
Mr path' returned They were accompanied by Mrs. and To ax John trustee for' Hophla' tJ. fnii'i'lm. 1- ,! vs.itate of Florla.H..pond.nt.. ....Ir pratarUiNi OlnM Ire. Al that. All other cars S1.2.: "THE( RED: Il.1NCE"S'unusly.Haspla

"'iirday from Ft. Myers where he M. L. Kilpatrick and daughter Wm. II. HaiindvrH. :\I..qu..n low In....._conpuilM. bad dial owa Trucks: _. __ _$1.50
been and Mrs. J. been spending several Saunders and Haiti launder' (afterward talldntlon nt KoniU.TO Are kripskaT.d.y | | | .
visiting Mr. ]Ruby who have | (( ti| IIUslMllllISaturday
Jon. H.
married to Wyrinnx TUB I'lTI/IK.NH!: ; ANL't'A)( PAY- Cars One Shot
r Darby for several weeks. weeks here. John CMcmonn: N. J. Jones, the unknown KIIS OP TIIK CITY OP STARK P:. Ibry" are npl.*d, .br imdrni. Ire -
heirs, devisers legatees or AND AM. l'KI:MONS INTBHBSTKI : : '-__.... ........Murk. dr. I......* Systems SOc
--- t every Itrantec of A. H. Coir, deceased; >, OHBKTINOH: ._ -.a". ,. whisk. promul the I
You can get )[(.('...11 1"11.1./1, / Special reduction silk Robert O. Cole; .1\1.... Sarah A. Va- You and each of you will lake notice praer.m of Uie ...... by .praleeltag .It* Transmission- Differential August 3 ''t 1
t Stprnbcrg's! dress In Stump's Store. den and hr hll..band.Vad.n that the "city of Htarke, a mu- ._ .... jiMM mjlm* Are* '.j
; ( whose chrintlan name In unknown); nicipal corporation, under the lawnof bhot-loc .
Mr.. Parmrlla A. Teal and her husband the Htate of Florida by and LET It LVtlRE: YOU per DON COLEMAN' :
Mrs Dover gone to Miss Virginia Weeks left Monday -T.al (Whose chrlatlan through its city ...ooncJha.* tiled a I Ii,
for Mlllen Ga., name U unknown); Mr. Caroline petition In the above styled cause STANDARD OIL lU: \I. r
fiarlott N. iC., where she will afternoon Ho*.ll and her' .ji and -fto.ell\ and In the above styled court under In
send the remainder: of the sum-! where she will go In training as a :(whose rhrlatlaiv. iMtme In. unknown); date of July 2.1, A. I)., 1928, to have .J. R. DAVIS & CO. I'ANV I
,, of plays for the Galax Mm.. Julia A. Young and her. Mm-1. I the .issue. of Klicht Thouiiand (|ROOOOO ,- "45 CALIIJRE WAR" '
IeI' director ,
band.l Younge1 i Mgr.
Producing Company of Atlanta. name' I is unknown). burs Allc V I II i authorized by the city council of the
Weeks' territory will be Raise and her husband. t"I ld';' City of Htarke' and a* provided for Walnut &: Mwllxon "Streets ('oOl4'<1y-\ ('.-, Shave
Mis* Lena Belle Shepard who Miss (whose chrlntlan name In unknown); confirmed by FLORIDA 4i

<1s been !spending the summer in I throughout Georgia and Florida Mr. Alary Uennlaon and-..U..nI I la I bee_ of thelidatedabant/ etyled court. STARKE I 1.>1__ L __ _._y iknl t;',Ft $sY





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V. S. It has not been usual for '" .tnt. collected ? __ .S266.39 +j---- bal. due June 1', 1929 ,\, ,.
CUMBERLAND June 30, 1929 __12,60&.19< Hjr ant, colluded. ;
I To bal. duo 1 ifjQ'
PROMOTING THE local road associates: to performany ('..unC, tens To bal. due June .30 -1, : I
of the duties of time state road To bal due June. 1, 1929 ____ 031.00 W'1OW "lon'runu"To .
collected ___ .___._ __ 168.00 hat due June 1, 1929.
department: ; and it has never been JJjr, amt.ant due June 90 192 463.00 njr amt. collected _.._!__ \yao9!:,
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SOUND ORLEANS WATERWAY\ \ clear! to my mind why some organizations bal Tutnl due Nnb.scbonl.June I. 1021.!) llritulnrTo .17.KOS.3t To lly bal amt due collected June 30_,__1929.._ __ 21280 1,';:-; II"'

and Individuals assume Wy amt collected .. ___ 4744.32 To bal. due Juno 30 1929 ;,""U
this particular canal 30, 1929 Fine A Forrrlturr
promoting 1'01.00.1. due Juno
word i'1sa lamp unto my (feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.: ------ --- -- ---.---I project when the legislature{ huh-Nrhoul Iloiiileil. To lly bat;amt duo trollrc'tud June 1. 1929\ '''"-' ::11''
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To the Kd'tor: As Information I grind, but are, to the best of ability the To bill due June I. 192:1 D864.GO bal due June 30.-19211 l'"::11';''J1 I
All teaching ,placed the matter wholly In fly colt collected 8061.00 "i'ro : '10
1iTlt"'mnr l tlnf JnEu: .[:.. religious! doctrine or to the public. I would like to give hands of the Florida state canal To bul due Juno 'JO, 1)29) 6803.44 o. W. ALDETtAfA-: rl .
creed, if they are to have any claim I carrying out the mandate ot OutMtnmllMMT By Blnn<-".. Al 1 upon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with ; tome facts through your newspaDc,1. the }'IorldlleKlslature "to secure commission to attend to for the .
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whone words fit into every fold 1 and creviceof I have Just returned from a state of Florida In all dealings
the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN tr'p0 Live Ooak, Jacksouvllle and( 'the survey and construction" of with government engineers and IAH

t SPAKE: LIKE THIS MAN." Fernandlna where conferenceswere tho' waterway from Cumberland congress In <,conclusion I desireto HAAvm Qff U
Sound to New for the
Upon whom may we call whenIn I i They came and said that if the held with Commissioner ,E. Orleans, say that the state ot Georgia, I
'I benefit of the Neither
trouble? Answer, read-Psalm king would tell them his: dream, W. Bailey of the Florida State Canal iiton.! mem- through its members in congress, i t. 0w

f B0-15.: hey wo'ild( tell him what It meant CommtuBion: Gcongressman, H. bership dues nor contributions and otherwise: Is giving the Florida -; 6' N" .
I from the public l are needed to aid O' ( "i..
fJOir.S LAW OF INOIKASK: But the king said, "The thing is A, Green and others who'were Invited commission co-operation. The n
this project it is being handledfor .
:sons; from me: if ye will not make -to meet to discuss matters ; public can assist most, at this : .
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Luke 6:38.: Jesus Raid: Give the state of Florida by the of-
known unto me the dream, with pertaining to the work of the anal moment by awaiting the reportof ,
and It shall be given unto you: I ml"Flor ftc.'aJ commission: created for the '
the Interpretation thereof ye shall ()missions of Georgia a the examining board and by '
pressed down, and specific by the legislature
good measure be cut In' p'eces," and he "com- ;ida. You prbbr.bly read of the purposes then giving the commission: such .
sh.k'n together, and running over, The government engineers
: I mr..ded to destroy all the wise Jacksonville conference of July aid as may.be for the best 'interest .
shall men give 'Into your bosom. will designate the route for this i .
men of Babylon," Including Dan- 9th My trap: to Live Oak was to of the state. .... A '
For with the same measure that project, and it will bo constructed
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<;)1 and his three friends. Daniel give up-to-the-minute information Very respectfully ,
nvte withal it shall be measured b the government with such cooperation .t' I.
vr. heard of the order and he, with' oncemlng the present status of > (Mrs) F. R. S. Phillips: ,
to you again. as be re<)u'red from f m'! 'g Il 4
:he other three, prayed "that Daniel his! What shall I render the state of Florida. And this '
I"layer: re ) t.PI\: \
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: and bill fellows should' not per- I U. Henry of the Rotary Club, Florida State Canal Commission., : .
unto the Lord for all His Benefl.s I'Ih' then was the secret revel ,ormer Governor Curt A. Hardee, :,minds me, lil the publicity (and I Tallahassee, Florida. :, '(7. t(1'6;: .t:
unto me? I -will take the cup believe it also appears 'in the'r 'I.q.,.
?d unto Daniel in a night; vision" mud Charles P. Helfeiu.teln, the +--. --- '1..f1' .. .
of salvation and pay my vows unto -, printed literature) the "Florida jj ""
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for which they thanked God. Then new owner and edItor of the Su- Lake I I & \
the Lord. I Inland and Coastal! Waterways Association City Work progressingon <<:eii4, :: .1,1_ .. .. ,'t. S,
__ Daniel went to the oftieertwho was wannee Democrat( who by the I ," which was organized at sewer system and disposal + CA WJ :I..d] .t. ,T 'I ..'
to dastroy "tho wise men" and way, is fine young man and an ardent -' plant. : .j /

r.u I laid thug unto hlm'brlng; me In booster for northern Flor 'I Leesburg, Florida: on January 4. Jacksonville\ port will ship 25- AND .,. .rit. '\f: ...v.,

: SUNDAY HC'HOOIj before-' the king, and I will show ida. ) After this conference It I 1929, states that their organization 000 boxes Florida fruit to Europe -r f\.f;::\ .,;: ... f

I IJCHSOXFOR ; unto the king the Interpretation." wiis agreed that they would give I I will\ support any. route across next season. IW w_t,

I I Please read ..in! Dun. 2.:25.47.: the Florida State Canal Commls-I Florida designated 1 by the government Tampa -- Postal Telegraph Co., ;::J ... ,t ;j.'f:. 0
engineers. And yet, at Daytona will\ spend $100,000 remodeling '; :fr. "'" .
how Daniel Interpreted the dream ion all co-operation when and 1 as -
Beach, on JulY' 9th (accordIng building into modern telegraph office. 1 '' : .
JL'IA" SH, 102U :and the king accepted 1)anlel'8God. requested Now until the'commia- (' ., ";i' ,"' .::: '
I to' rtldes of that date) .
j, Subject: The Story .Daniel.. press New Port 'iRlehey -.- Poole Res- ''': ": ,,'
ape-alboard the president of the association: declared *Wttw '> ,)
Text that be .iNt.'I.! -
Colden "They
: -. taurauit changed hands 'al1d movedto 'I. .. ..
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,I In his speech there that /1.
wUo! shall shine as the brightnessof by Major General Edgar Jadwln, Main street location. J >i. ..'::}-JIoI f.<., .... ,
riSKSYTKKIAX: : "the waterway favored by the or- ,. ,.v: "' "" '.
the firmament; And they that., hief of engineer, to make the preliminary .. It -. j;,:;:r I,\ '6--.r' : :. .,;t
+ turn many to righteousnesslas\ the ) examination that was authorized ganization would follow the St. tXKHK'S HKI'OIIT ., '" Z-"U.: ; ;
and Dan. 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Johns river south, through Lake '! Vv. <
stars for ever ever. under the river and har- << ; ;., ;' >
,t Truby, en pt. Harris and canal connections into Import of the. Clerk of Circuit ) .J.'M *Ajj'f.: ': I ,
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bor act approved January 21, Court" In and for Bradford County /
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Lexson" Text: Dun 1:1-4: ; 1:19-: 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon the gulf at Yankeetown. And, Florida, on account, ot Taxes assessed .., I ':,J ?ifj.r"i. "wf,3-/Cti' )
kind Is '
1957, no (activity of any for the 1929. ''iIIi1: }; jftb-ArtK') >.i' ii. "" !
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21724. by the 111l8tor. The Holy communion some months ago when we sent to year : '" ,>- ,i > .if,
20 : I : cnllevtnr.Ntarke tf
; desired: or needed ; and the conv> C.'A. Knltrht talc ,, : ""
We are now to' have three leers : of the Sacrameilt of theJoI"Il's mission respectfully asks that organizations Mr. A. F, Knotta, mayor ot Yan .. 1'npcr I-'la.' July I, 1929.County ''.'' -.., ::: ;.. /. If,"j! .r' V// ....7.J ,...;:';.;.....-. ,.:::..:: ::-- .'.. ..

'+ns concernlig the prophet DnnIcl Supper will be celebrated.: : and Individuals will reira'I1 keetown facts concerning the To bal. due June 1, 11)29 __8(130.78( : '; .OJ"' ,,';' J\\ .....; .. P.t...< ::. ,!':f'-' .

one of the "Major" prophets" 7 p. in. Christian Endeavor. from any activity :"unless UuTthorlzed proposed northern route from fly unit collected __..__ 2328.03To : ,....' :' .. .' : / ,1;'0.C/.f<< -V/fI ",, 'i"7,1' 1.- ...._'.,.
the other three being Isahiah, Topic, "How the church Is making I tho commission, to In- Cumberland Sound to the Mississippi bul. duo'> June 30 1929.6302.75A..I..ltnrnl I IJI ,-, .. :/ / ;:. .. '.1 ;' .-, .",
Jir. miah and Kzeklel. Our Nation Better." I by River and that the commission To bal. duo June 1, 1U29 ____ 89 ..08My Y 's...;:', .,. J'J"J, :; .-;;,..',.: .-
sure success-, .The attorney general : .? ,,'4''Z.J' ;,_.& ,.
2112.RtTo : .
nmt. i-ollvcted 441It ; ,
8 has sole 'h3rge of \Ito .. .. -
m. Evening ( promotion
Jerusalem p. worship eong ,
born at -
Daniel was : Florida 1929._._ : ,
IO, 11 '
of on request of Governor Hal. due June : : ,0.27 : 4' 1'"i" }
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lived there until twelve and sermon. Zo the state under authorityof Rand and Ilrlclur llond to,, IIIi' M! .
and years Carlton for his has n;. try. kg' ? ni \, ,
taken with other Prayer) meeting >Vedne8 he
old when was ruled that the Florida State Ca- My amt. collected ? .____ 1B2.1.7!) ", 'JIJr sr 1 *
Jews at 8 I p. m. he wag sure that any organizationthat .. _. 7
young to Babylon a captive nal Commission is the official To bal. due June 30. 11129! 3rt,077.41County :f ;
Nebuchadnezzar. Daniel Young People's Study Class will might be formed( as result 6f lltilhlliiar r 2 )
by i agency to deal with congress concerning To bal. due June 1, 1929 ____ 893.07 fi tif&inu, rw u :
remained In Babylon during the meet one-half hour before prayer Cum- the meeting called at Leesburg for Hv nmt. collected .. ____ 2(12.80(
of the Jews. He meeting, Miss Elizabeth Kendrick ; the waterway from January 4th," 1020, would NOT en- To bill due June 30, 1929 .__ 03U.27 Bradford
entire captivity County TelegraphSJR1
Sound New Orleans for
berland to dorse Mary's futility School4eneralT
the
leader.A St. Hlver route)
sorved several Kings: who succeeded hil rlen .1"m. t. 1.12-t 17.S11.RS
the state of Florida and the commission -
cord'al invitation to all our -
each ether as rulers 'of that
country Including Nebuchadnezr cervices extended to all. has so- notified Lt.member Col ...... ........ .-
Mark Brooke senior
r r. Relshazzar. Darius and Cyrus. (chairman ) of the examining

Daniel like Joseph was true to IL.tl'TISTSunday board who' Is the gulf division

I Cod; and his religion, and also Ms engineer, New Orleans. On behalfof "

masters, Ills life Illustrated the I|. school at 10' a. m., J. TfiICjckllter the Btate. of }Florida, the commission :

fact: that a Person may serve his eupt.Worship has filed with Colonel : (

c- entry, ensngo .::11 business and I at '11 a. m. Brooke the report prepared, by B E lI O'

t y-t! hold fast the principles of No service: hi''evening during Major General I 'Harry Taylorformer ))

truth, honesty and his religion. .Tltl)'. (>, ( Chief of Engineers; ), who : : !. :&
In
Both Joseph and Daniel came The Sunday school: picnic( wjll (la consulting engineer for this .

inflict with bad people and suf- lie held at Strl<-klanlt's Landing on commission, In which report an

tisrcd for their adherence to what Thursday afternoon. All of oar urgent plea Is!! made for a physical! :

was riKht./ Joseph was sent to fongreatton are Invited to attend, survey of the entire route. "A .mass : .j'
prison and Daniel' to tho lions: den. a of data wan also flied, accompanying .'L't ( ; wrr[

It: took God to get them out 'ot I
R. A. JE.
; the report. Congressman! a
FIRST
i CHRISTIAN CHLRCRble ,
their troubles. I Green of the second district of ? JL-.Ji.
Tho king pf Babylon Fpake unto : Florida is handling the matter In I 0 tt
' + one ot his officers, "That he School and communion
the and
commission
Cervices each\ Lord's Day at 10 congress tor l
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children: o'clock. Congressman Yon i is giving did, as

be needed from time to time.
may
I B'-ed., and of the princes, childrenIn Church services morning and the board makesIts
whom -was no blemish: but well [ evening of the firm Sunday 'In Until examining: commission

a favoured, and skillful In wisdom, oach month, by the pastor, Bro. report the.l can
only mark time. It is expected that
t In knowledge and Understanding Dixon: of JaKksonvllle.
and cunning
the report will be made prior t !! science and such as the next'-session: : of congress in Decomber. -
had ability In them to stand in the ll'Hl'U'WOHJHSG
( ) Therefore, as will be
v K'ng'J' palace and whom they
seen thls-matter is in the best possible -
E might teach the learning and ton- These will be a publ'c working at shape. and any activity not

gue ot the Chaldeans"Three New River! Ilaptlst church far the authorized by the' official commls

of Daniel' companions purpose of cleanjng' tho .church sldn would be very unwise.

1 wero Itanunlah, Mlahael. and yard and cemetery 6n the 8th day Governpr Carlton has reappointed -

Azariah. After these boys were of August, 1929. All persons interested all members of this com-

taken to Babylon they, with oth- will bring suitable tools mission, and is himself a memberof

ers, were placed In a school to' be and well filled baskets. It, ex-olDclo, under the law.

M educated at the king's expense. *.. J. J, Colson. Chairman John G. Huge and I have
I They were to be fed from the ....
served since 1921, when the commission -
1, king's table, including "A dally HlmnnST': KIX
provision of the king's meat, 'and being 'made by former-Gov

of the wine which he drank. Sunday.was a wonderful day at Gary A. Hardee. Commissioner

"But Daniel purposed in hIs the Klnttsley.Lake Baptist church B.V>. Bailer has serVed' for' the ryke

heart that he' would not defile The weather was Ideal and the new past several years, succeedingCommissioner '

himself with the portion -of the church was filled with people from Upchurch who could

king's meat nor with wine'which Jacksonville: Ocala Green Cove not, give attention to the work.

I lie drank," and he ''requested! the Springs/:!, Ualford Starke, Lawteyand It has been stated In publicitySent .' ti j
officer !In charge to give to Daniel the local community. out from Leesburg ami 'Jack. 1 I '

and the other three boys not meat Rev. C. K. Saunders of the Eonville presumably with the consent -

and wine but water and Vpulse"as Lowry Memorial church In Jacksonville of the newly organized! NI B JI ,
The word'pulse"
I their food. dellevered the 11 o'clock\ "Florida Inland and Coastal Waterways -
L as used! here meant vegetables. At address on the subject of "God'a Association," that as the : 1
refused saying,
first the officer
Cleansing Power." After this dinner Legislature failed to make any ap- .
"Then shall ye make me endangermy was spread on the ground.We propriation in 1929 for the expenses -

head to the king. .Then Dan- the members of the'church, of the Florida State Canal 'With -

; iel said to the officer "Prove thy wish to take this opportunity to Commission' It 'is proof that "the

crvants I beseech ,thee, for ten I thank those who have given money state ot Florida has abandonedthe 3 New Series 3 New Wheelbascs

days, and let them give us" pulseto I and building material for the con 1 idea of the St. Mary's Hlver :- New Price Ranges

eat and water'to drink. The struction of the new church. We route" for the cross-state canal. New Shock Absorbers .

officer fopsented\ "and at the end especially wish to express our gratitude The Florida Senate, at both the

t of ten days their countenances ap- to, the W. O. W. for their', regular and special sessions of '
: glared fairer and fatter in flesh New Bodies by Fisher '
splendid attendance and co-op'era. 1929. passed the bill appropriating ,'to'
'; than all the children which did (ion. money to- finance the work of this v ,: /". _
eat portion of the king's New Non-Glare Windshield ; '
l the commission; but due to condition! <, 'I
i ireat." Then the officer took away lun: <(<'UhSS .
'n the house representatives, \ : :: ": ** F .
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the and meat and gave them vege- other bills requiring/ much time -' New Valve-in-Head: Engine f1'J: : .J 'i'ti.New ... ....J1' > ,

tables to eat and,water to drink: I II Member's of the Red Cross will for consideration It proved to be. .' '.., 'I.\\ ,' .t;. "

i .Would It not be a tIne thing for be glad to know that although we Impossible to get it up for conald- Steering Shock Eliminator ; 'i;: -" 5 }:.; ,

Our boys sand girls. It they could ,I have been unable to secure an office 'ration; and so, we'must do as we J ; .ANew ...' .; "
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,i and would refuse to follow the customs In the ,town the work Is being did years ago--tor more than four Controlled Servo Brakes ? : >:;:?\'::p- "
smoking, drinking and: carried 1 .
of on just the sallCases years- -carry! on faithfully for the .
frtli(*t Biich things even when those of s'.ckjiess: and distress are care state In this matter and ask the New Low Prices

customs are followed, and such examples -I fully Investigated and helped legislature for a refund of whatever .

set, by preachers deacons through the aid of the local chap: sum the members of this commission .

elders, Sunday school superintendents ter. One fcplendid donation! wall may advance to keep the AT BUICK

and teaches and other leaders' received yesterday from our'members work going. Our loyalty to the BEALERS

In religious work? Would we not. and friend at the state farm state of Florida Is not measuredby

r p develop a better class of citizens? a generous supply of baby clothes dollars; no member of the com-

4 At the end of their three years i I and money, both ,greatly needed at mission receives any compensation

schooling all the boys were ,I this. time. We have seventeen for' services as member. In 1925 P rR

T brought before the king for final I I members at tho state farm, all ac-, and again In 1927, the legislature S t Y if

examination( "And among them all I live and strong supporters of theI refunded the amounts so advancedby

wee found none like Daniel, Hananlah -I I Red Cross and we certainly( appreciate the members and gave' also the
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Mlshael and Azarlah; therefore the interest they" take In thla small\ appropriations requested, for "

; i' they stood before the king." I gopd, work. We wish to thank operating expenses This ex plan a- -

''I They became officers and agentsof Mm. Butch for her help, also the Ion may not be necessary, but InIlhe.

the kn! ,;. In about two years ladies who' so kindly contributed light of recent opposition 'to .....
the king had a dream which he !Ito[ this gift. We are getting In line the- commission! and misstatements : '.,. L

could not remember, but "his spirit ,for our animal roll call on Nor 1. I given to the press (by releases f July 7f4
I
was troubled. or otherwise), I decidEr to ,
1 Then the king called "the magicians -member-.hip I give the facts to the public. The

.1 1' ( and astrologers, and the Donations: are always acceptable Interest of the commission members -

sorcerers and the VttuUdeans, for toward the work of the Red Cross. I, In ths! project .U altruistic; .
to show the king; hU dreams Mrs O. I1. M
Raymond Chapter Sec have
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK, FLORIDA ,-, .. ,,- '55 .- .--. -.______ __ _-_- ___ : _: : ._ __---
2H.imping 1 ):: )

lliAY. Jtl.Y ._ .. .. .--- Taven
.. _. ___ --- Tn.esA.
-- -- I .C'.s.... ,, nencrlptlos 1'1.' ... T. H. Owner. font IX-Nrrlptlon .iSee. 'r. n. A.aii Owner di Costs


Facilities Dmvrlpllon$ ".... T. It. A. Owner A testis W'', 0' S'\V''. or, :NE '. "Ii .!

iV'? of nut :i s of n 3 w I Lot r Ilk 1 IIlKhway .,,,1- Wttlnwilulit O.5.', "ill on N Mild & I IMM, liv "S
<(, 28 6 23 Blanche of 'q 1 22 1 14 Miiry Johnson, -_ 15.23
Stnrko way '
right S
ProvidedFor of Dlk 3 8 ut H 4 dillon to 9 22 Kennedy ... r5s2 S
[ Be & K'X, Ad- VK'i:' of 8WW _. 7 1 4001. A. u '
\Vill W In Temples. Bub dlv-81 8 22 10 Mr*. LoulM. Wllllaras ____ 11.32:!:! Lot 3 of Hlk 2 Temples' SW'i of 8WM -- __ -10 7 40 Strap Lonlm Williams -,- sect 7uh S, "

dltlun to Starke In N1T1 S pt 5MM ___-..--_-- 14 1 I 81 .0 Henry Friedman -v .-.:-- "
Farmers'Veek iV'hnfI3ih 6offllW & part of W% S ._17 7 .y. TrnoyMrs. -
of :NW'4 of") __ '_ flli M, ------------ n. J "
In NE', of SWVt Temples' of NHU \V of Hy &: Ni:) Cell, Carter ------ 21.flO 8\ ot 7.31114 of NF1'417' 7 II 10' H,rti Terrell _____ \.

sad dlv-2ty acre. ______21 0 22 S Jamt Cell _. _____ &.0. (...1' of SK'i of NWU _.28 8 23 Mrs. Com 10 yds W of 81-5: cor of /-

In order to Lot 3 Hlk 18 Temples' Adjdltlon ;.., Moo Iff A rnn W Ho yd* N .
iviUe. Fla. [,ota 1 2 hlk 1 Plnheurstnevelopment 1 to Starke In NB',.. 8 70 .
,'II'' 70( yards B SO yards
,itors an opportunity for aIl In NW of of NWU A ltrI\Vo\ W"., I yards to beg 10., 22 t 'Vm. 3'aklweutsr! __ I'' lie ,'

,I'"' ,",,:iiniK.: fumphiK faclltles will BEi/4; __________,.___210,_ 22 Wm. 2it. TbomiM ________ 4.24 of cur NKVi of W of N\VV4 A N13. 28 6 23 J. O. Prevail? -------- B.64 WIw of a one 8K acre of lot 81314 In SWone ofSKIl till'!.f;
of 4
,,vlded on the University [,ol :a blk l I'lnehurHt Pevelrpient Lot I toI..111': Temples' Addition / -- -' -. .19 7 21 o. K. Prlnc* .... .0 ,.'
p' S <
,'I j' vf August In NW; ofSK'i :'; S \1
week Starkn In NK'4 3-10 \
to
223 :
durum/ the __ .. :3.85 peg K(12 ftV &
21 0 23. tJ'n\no'Wll. --
5
: a
Wi4of
,,101\1'\ Farmers' and Fruit OIlWtCi'---- of NWI... & part of ft N from SM cur of 80 ',
".1 7 for I.iits I I I NH'i: W of Hv & N13 ( 4.84 Ill ft M. 410 .
I N
t..1'ee1 : ----- 18 Ar run "
announcedfflriuls in Jullunfl ----- i S .
It is ImrBt lii'velnpinent 28 0 23 -
Week of NWULot !

'l.\\ I in' of the, Agricultural Ex- NW R of Itllc SEV4 3' rinehurnt. __ _______t>evelopment 21Uit fl 23 Unknown __________ 4.24 cor 2 of Hilt 141.:1'1 24 TemplfB Addition S S !ftM1Uft\Vuoctto...",; In KKV4;: of SK'i ___ _19Lota 1, 12. L. U. DedehIJAUgh .!4 "'1 I ,.''

\ to Starka In NIUof 14 15 ot Blk 14 In
iiin Division In NW of NWI, A hart of WCjof .. 19 T 22 -\v. 17. Swil ___ I:, I is SLots
eo _____ ____ 1.85 Hampton ----
Courtney
the _____ 21 fl 22 Sterl :
who wish to spend' HE,. _ _____ W of Itv & Nl5 11.81 '
__
:; __ Hamptonllwlulith
____
1'11.,,,.? will find lights, Wauiii WVii\ of nih 2 S of H 3V cor NKU of SHU of N\VU .28Loto 23 :W. 11,. CtDab1 S_ 1 2 (64x137)suit dlv of Lot 3or
,, imping ,
'" i\, &Iafi3lk2nflt4VIn '! : L 1 28 12 of Blk H HlD- of SWU
\ ready when KUIll __ ___ \17.01 Saxon plat S
,. No charges will beJlIIIII. SW'ILof H1U 2 S of It 2V of NWU; South a.33 7 KOxinS/ )
I'\\1.. ,irrlve ,, of n 3 NWV '_ Mr. Celia CurUt --- --- .. Lots 9468
BKVi f Hilt 2 S 28 6 22
S
service. It'v' Ninth Bt dlv
of !Sub ,
| ,l(. \\111' any of this toT \V In Templed Huh div 21 8. 22 5 Mm. L. A. Kuhl ________ 40.95 Lots 4 8 II 11 of d.n'Blk IIItiiar' Itias. Hamilton of I lot; 3 of heights Hiixon's plat S v

.
necessary for campers <". of Hlk 6 H of n 3V InTemplfB' 'i 0
h E Addition to Shinto, ..20 7 13 unknown '
dl I ( ___.. 8.73 S of SWU -
___ of SWK
J. M. Truby '_ ___ -
cots andI nub dlv ____....._...21MB 6 22 5 I
tents Smith
NWV of NWii. 9.33 >
In (50xl2S
own .
their ______. 34.37 to\Hou --- Lots X A 10 U 13
) ,, equipment. If they >/4 of NNVW __________22 0 22: 40 Unknown ---- of Ninth Bt ___ .. .. 28 G 23 "1r.. Tq1eeaht hampton heIghts" sub illV S
I I, necessary UPK at NW 'or of SW't. of8WV4 H ItlMlnK's S I,
,I their Lot* 7 8 of Hlk 'SNWt4 of Lot 8 of SHXOU'B"' pint, -
L'V .11, in bring a stove and do \ &. run S 70 yards W14il Addition to Htarkc In of H\\ I U "f *'!\\' .'< __ ._20, 7 is Unknown .. S '0 .

nuking, they may'do so. yard* N 70 yal'd.V 22 0 22 2 Eugene Cox: __..___ 9.33 of NWU South of : d o.irV -------- G." Lots 13 14 IK Id 17 (BflxllO ,1
'
acres 23 "
I" are being: made to 140 yI" to 01-2 Ninth Bt ..- 28Lots 8 .. Hampton HnlKhts sub ally i I
'
\ nllgement W'-i, of X13 I!:>,', of SWV of Clark ._._ 12.02 I 2 of Blk C HlHlnfc' of 1.", a of Ha on'a pint j, 715:: fi t'or

., ,, ire of Jo'armers'Veek vlsl- WS _. ___ _- _. 22 fl S3H Elizabeth ., Addition to Mtaike In 4 HWU of 8W" __ __ ,10 7 uI Unknown .. __ 'iO .1J1 I" ;&&If,...;',

the dormitories and dining RU of NE'' of R\Vt,4 of _____ 3.14 NWii of N\\' .. South of l1----------- lIat IH 20 21 23 (S0xl25) .
TSalley __ Lntx III '
8 John r.O.l'oJ'
11 : ) 'f''
""I SWV. ex N 2 acres ___ 23 ....28Lots 8 23 **" ,
Ninth Kt
tills l as H Utt _________ ".4J IIA\I1ptllnllllhlhl""IdIV. S
year, _
.lI., the University of SB"i' !: _____22 lu J. at. Truby \\I ;
II! ..u SE'/l of NBIt 10 11 12 13 14 of r.lkC Saxon' of .i.."
_________ U0.40 of lot 3 of plat
.,.. l)lIst A reasonable fee will HW>4 of 1'1.',. of "'I.n I > 22 22 10 Unknown HlBhiK's' Addition to S ) SWU of "SW'4' I __ __ M T 83: Un1t 110.1'I I n I 4 .S l
I these COmmda.t NKV of NEH' & Kn StnrkeIn: : ; NVi4 of B.3S aw"iBo 7 29 A. M. WllllaniM ,2 1.1"
iced tor 'rrtofv \VelleP.e. ---- i.f NW 45 "
H. HM 1
I i I 1 ; I INEV OeCl, .
of NBi'4, of Ninth.. 22 'I"r
28 tl
'Who wish to bring ; /* 11 Mrs. K11&;: AltaianJi.___ 9.03 N\V, Houth of : t <: Lot 4 sub of SW 4 (>tHWU ._ '
ThoHe __ 22
t ,"I,- __ 22 B All lllks. li 1-2 F II I J 1C LlllBinK'H / PX I lot 87 ft 12 & .'

,T'nt. and Cam ran secure HIor: HW'i OI NE. & Addition to W by 1118: ft N & S In '
.
I the dining hall at nominal SF7',', of NEU'. *:* B ael'e.1. Staike In :.I\\\4\ of NW';;: ,. It. \ft\\or ------- 81.1Ullev. NW cur __ 20 T 23: 4 ,1->nnl. Banks ______ 11 46
.
III
: OBO.
& NW"i of fl 22 ,
n In sn cur Suinli of Ninth Bt 2S Com nt NW coi- of lot 4 S .

.I I'. Ni'of SWU & NKU: of I Lot 4 of Ella Wynn's" Addition I S nub dlv (>ST swu of !swv'i' S S :'",,\".11

,iinp.ng: facilities were offered NWU of snu__ & w&\ ofNB"i ..!I83. to Starke In ;N\' ... 6.01 ,
i ft
Aft & HoplUn .__ Pawithcrty K 87 ft S 138 .
of IS 1..', __ ._-22 fl 80 Swallow --- -- W. l!. ; & run '.
v MII, for the first time and a "' oi.'W.; ?__ u____ _-_.28 U S3 -- lieSO 7 23 r.lhl Smith 181. ,'

I I I.'iii..r" of tents were pitched. The 12 of acros SWM:! In SW. cor_ ...of.. _SSV4_____23 6 22 12 J. >f. Truby ___________ ..73Ni1' Lots A B C of nile 1 Wynn'w S 24.90 8V,Yy,8 of ft NWU N 138 ft to- ill 1 2J: 40( J.;: 11. Hank; ;; _-_--.::::== 19.83: i

,... ,'iiiT was not favorable but the of KW'/i -- 25 tf i 22 40. Cleo. A. Hunt ______:-__ 21.20 Addition NWVi of SWi to Stark___ __In. 28Illk 0 2v'tlnknown' '. -----=---- 12 of nii't-i"NW'J III S1J. cur. of M3U; 5-: 21 7 23 12 I... n. Kaloh: ____________ 8.29! I INI.4 S S
It Is
I 'iiiin'r"' made the best of It. W 25 acres ..C-S\\'I'--of ____S4.27 : 3 (not sub dlv) Dowl- \ of SI-lV'll.of NWIt '
65 It. It. foff! __________ 1 -
6 22 34.30!
that the number ofiflIITS NWV, & NWl'i of SWU-25:! IIIKH'H Sub-nivlslim In ) 21 7 22 io Wm. Kalchreuter ------ ,
ted _________ 21.20itig HW1\ of NM'/J
I"'I"| 6 2a 40 O. L. feek2U IS
_25
Increased this W'/i' of HWH _. 12. U 8WV* As .SW4 __________ 25.20 # N of NWV4 &: NJ4
will be of I/ofo/'I ", --- 20 0 22: John lI1"in'a1 ______ ( rWvr.t -._-__ -. --28 g 53 K J. l.'osvllntt. N'I1'I of: SW'4(<,& WIlt of :-oW"< S S

,. I I' Way! r8 %' HWU'i & Lads I 2 6 0 7 H Hlk 1 City S. of SW'i' & N'4 of SKU _S3 7 22 420 Henry Friedman _-_-__1 IS1 554 S

Plans tor Farmers Week aregIflg sl of N\Vi.' of HW tf..I..o l'nrk Hub \V <& C.'H: Addition J All i-x $Wt', of SWU' ____. 24 7 23 (lou Hfnry Friedman, ________270.7J: 3

Programs coin 110 yds N of SW cur to Starka In SWli -------- 10.03Unknown NWU of NI'-: ________ Ill 7 22 40 J. V, Houavr ___________ 18.4T 5 Si
-
,,' Forward rapidly. > & run H __ 28 6 83 Unknown -
of NW of SW '4 of SK'i ___ _-- of SWU of NWU ex 4 f 5
| fur''lie various sections are being 147 yards ./ 110 yards, W LoiS 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 5 KM acres In NW cur __ ____.27 7 23 18 James. dough ______- 0.01Sl

,ompleted and speakers for the 147 yards! 8 110 yards to Tlson .. _. 34.17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Illk 2 S of NK'A SW'% f.r S I(I ,
43 Theo.
20 6 22 ---- .
-
a 1-3 acres Hark Sub \V & C.'s U. &
I
orN"\\
booked. >CB- City : I'NI.IIl"l: :
I general sessions are being Et,< "t E'At' of loll!:';. of Addition to Starko In8Wi 2 1.0( K'i \ A S'Xi'of' S
873
_____ ------- :
Wall -- (
T. P. : ;
will provide __ 27 6 22 10 Mrs. '3 Ifnr
| A special committee ..WI/ -- 12.62 nf'BBU .... __--___28 0 r SW' SW'i A WiSp k
\ ____27 6 22 20 J. K. Futch _____------ c .
ntertalnment for the children\ so W'/;' of SEll. of SE\4 __ Lots 12 13 14 15 Elk 3 City, of HKU & NKU of Rl-j'/t S -
i 4bt\ In NIO cor ot NKU: 1'ark IoIu'V' & C.'" \ddltlon 5 I & HVu of SK''I of SUU..28SWU :' 7 22 400 Uurdeii & Harper _____S _19B.78 -

thaI mothers can enjoy the wom- .r"I WK'4:: being' :3 acres N 2 5.04 to Starke In SW:4of .. .. .__________ 7.71Lots oT SKU: of NK'4 I t-x I S S
273K'i S 22 E Theo. Tlsoii ___ ---- u 6 23 Unknown. < 1 ''22 Burden & Harper ______ 5.22 7
en's program.; & 8 by I 'i; K & W SK'4 ___------ 28 I m're for "'I\.rc'h. _______28 9 I"
of NCfi ex about 8 4 f. B 7 8 9 10 ilk 4 S SW"4, of SWU I. --------9 1 2:1: 40 Munto H. &: John Kinsley 19.83 I

off 10 Hide & 3 acres City 1'nrk Sub W C.'H of SWU) of .
acres 8'". of NWU
lackHonvllla Mason and Dix- In NW cor & 4 acres InSW Addition to Starke in S .. .. ___u_____ H.n SB'i!:'! ___ ______..__2-! 7.3 1'm.\ Smith ____._. 4...

'oii Air Line, Inc., formed to furnish cor & N r.t..onS SW4 of 81.:1:1'' ____- -_ _2S 6 23 '"' Unknown S $1j'/, '. of 81':', .29! 1 23 40 iirden & llarpt-V ______ 19.83
,
commercial and passenger ex nbout 4 NUcor LotH I 2 4 10 II 12 13 Com 247V-I yards K of NWtur ,

& I acre In NW cur _.___..____ 34.17 Hlk 6 City Park Sub!' \V & S S of ;NKU of N I--: ,, & ,
central Unknown
'lanxpnrtattoii) through & 4'i! aries In SK cur 27 0 22 55 l'.'K Addition to Starke. In Unknown. ------ --- 1 G.11 inn K] 92'i .YII'd S 17il\ 5 5

'utli rn. and southeastern states, :3 acres, In NW cor of NVi 't'. 12.02 SWV, of : ___ __ ._.28 6 22 YIII'IHV 97l'-. yards( N .1 I'
Jacksonville. of SWU of NW'4 28' 6 22 3 -------- Lot 14 Blk SI'"t Y Tnik Sub S SKtarke 170 yiuds to lifR l __ __ __:30 7 22 Hampton Pov. Co. ------ SI.47 5
will) >'ome to 1 '& land W c.'.. Addition to .. .. ".65 NWor of I S
hard Frac lot 5 of Hlk & ..... Chltatunl Kahr ---- --- Co"113" : ft K: of
>\palucliicola Modern U of lot G to chinch wt In SW h of SIJi4. 28 8 22Lots j\K'/4 of NK'i' & run S S

for this seci of Starke 5 6 10 II 12 11: 14 III! of IICKtliencn 55. 5S
nnod. mill planne'd lulnal; town n..v.V.. 1.. DaushortylUv. 6.34 5 116 ft to n point
NEVi! of SW'i' -28 0 22 ( : 16 17 IS 20 b2Vi Blk S 413: ft K: 142: It -S1st
I a.i: I
;,
i on)I Lois 6 8 7 II Hlk 1 10 original; 7 City C.'a N 4U ft W 142 ft to Hie '.'

fuvarea Constructln\ : and town cif Stai'ke NUU of '. W. b. Paugherty: ....2.02 Addition to .stai,-ko In S ; --- 0.07Lots of bear __ ___ __..80Nu 1 7 23: '- L, 1L' riedenliiiiiKh' __.___ 21.31 l '
---
iiilppms\ proposed llowey-ln-the SW'A' _-28 6 .22 SW>.4 of HIf!: ', ... .. 28 6 23f Unknown S '' -- of Hlk 5 In"Hampton.W:\ 1 23 MIss Adu Nlmino __...... ((17.54MilPKliret r.' 3itil.
.. ... __... 11.63 I'I
23: A, i llous
8 _. ___30S'.j 7 -
lots lilk City
sanitarium will cost $160"I' ,- Lots 4 & W 40 ft of ... 1236 H I In I lliimiiton' -- \ I
3 "
F-flhl ..
S -" a 7 23 20 MINMO," H. Ac John. 1 Kinsley 111.14
8 of llk 15 ,oilglnnl -- l'uI'k $sib W & e.'is Addition '! of !SKU' : of SKU -__ __ lift' J

''' -- 6 Town of btarke NK'/4' of 23 -. K. H. Hull _______.-_80.6a In Stint be In I SW4' of Unknowni. ___________ 0.3 S I N'II of NMU: ] .____ ._SIKv'i 1 23 tvO Mustu. H. & John Klnl)' 39.2JMm. "
2S fl _. .,28 0 22
SHU--, Nl'U 4 a<-rnH onH ,
HWIA .. .o--: ---: __ ._._..___ --- 5 of t'X _____ 38.03
XOT1CH1lrcult ft \v of SU corof -u- Oust lot In SIn rko bounded ) stale & SK'i I! "of NWU... 31 7 23: 77 1.. H. Kalch J.5 ,.

t Com lot:38 1-8 7 of nile 17 & run _.- ..--_. ----- ,''.-'....- M !oy u._.. .1. lirlllln, S by S Lot 3 of \\' '4 of NWU! .._11 7 23: 10 J. 1'. I'otti __uu_______ 7.90 I"""

- ': Court, Twenty-Sixth N 105 rtV SO 1-3 ft. H -- ... .--. ..-. .-.-.. SIiui'pe 1011I1V lay Walnut S S .. Lslusl&, 111 o? Hlk H I ll.iiniitun \ ';

,.ii rircult at Florida, In UII __ 28 6.2:1: '
__ &
orlnlnnl, town .121.65 acres Hoc 31 :! of NWU -'f'
..
County ft to ben" Sam Rosenberg 2.10
28Olio 0 23 lot of land In Htarkehounded of SVf32 1 23 Unknown ---------
llrnd- of SWU : One of
..il of llond Trustee* of of Sturke. SKU ": .. "'-' -''" S NVW N\\\I, >
i 31original Itlkl1
body.rortte. N wide of fall st --- N by 111k Lots S It 12:I 1.1: II
a '
Florida lot on
i,I r,'d l County, ft NIt .-, I town Ac 1 13 At S liy s 77.10 l'iiik NIU" ofrVwuli'v t : I
) K A W by 210 Mt Bpaikmun ------- H Hamilton
( ft .. It.
;
\ l1
"i rhuIII".1/ N by JeffirHOII :- Jty At W by Thompson Bt 28 0 22 :I :11 t l4\t t.i (if S

1'etltloner.I land of Vldii I _...-....---_.\. ...- One lot of.. land fn Sturka of 1'\\\: \. of S I' I '
SL W by S 5 __ ..63
VLI. -- & 8 210 It M S S 32 1 23 fMra.. JI. althel."r _
wHo lluidlo 8 by Call it 2112( ft N by HW'' .5--S j
his .
and V. Morgan"
] 1- Flume fiV. .1,0111).led, N liv St AcI 83..ICorn 18 talk 8IMrk S I
Hlk 17 original Mr 1 .. AdoSauurs -------- L ,ls' n fl 7 17 i
K by
& .
28 .
Flume M/i' 50.43 ; by SamliM'Hon I.. III! 28 fl NKU: ufSKil'ScM' '

Defendants.CUNUK.MNATION: town i. of. Starke________ __.,,BO 0 ,22 Sum Uosenbel'ir ------ 1S7JTI It K of NK corot l 'u 11ltml'I0I1' .11 HWU I "' : '.IF't S
$ '\Y .
) & lloyt Bts i of .,f.
Broadway 'I NWU
one-half In NSVH; Ac W'-j t"I'I.
.. Art' undivided I & 4 'I I urun _. ___33123 Lflknvwn----------- 1i.3S
fxTURKSTKn IN;: : "ne lot com 2tI'U on N side of Hoyt Bt I MWU 1 ; ,
In
'J'i ALL T'nflSN4; ; t&uPast K IOu ft N 105 ft i' S. '. fitilt/ n I Hiimptonrnrlc I '
Tim of "Sill\ \ tt ...' N 4
Ul'UN 1'
ill), 1IAV1NU L1KNS: ft K of HK I cur W lufi S 105: ft to bra In \ JJuugherty O.D3 Nl4aof SKU I'po ,
P-! H on ( all. a I -- S
roi.i.owiMj 1;< iiKMuniimn) : : PHII1ln" Court "ts & run ft W .J" .,' 0" I'-' Slarke. ___. _____28.''I 8 23 '1leV.. ; SWU a,f' NWU At w i "I S 5
31:
LYINO ANDlililNil 4J 1-8 ft 8 fii'i uaif 23 Unknown ______ 2.10 ,
: SITt'ATK. st Com 202V4: 3-3 of NU ear of SVVvi .__ __33 1 S SI'iark
I ) IN BllAUi"OI: >U COUNTS.nun.neing : ; 43 1 -2 N 52't ft of to Starke: beg. \ & Minnie 1.rond. )way Ac Hoyt sts ,' S i u il -i' S LotH('if NNVvi 111 20) tilt 1(1( I Hamilton I "' S (, \ "ii t \" ,
town la FI'l\z..tI
i UOUIDA: NorthWsu4tl oilHTlnal SWU ___ ____28 6 22 *" T. Grllllu _____.... 34.47 on N side of lloyt Bt Ac I NIl of $l'I'4' HHO 31 S \
tlio of U. ,
." at NK'4: run N 105 ft M 62': ',! ft S of NWU? AV% of. '
B ex S !HWU, S14IlN
iu.l tit buuthwest quiiilcr of Lrits, 1 3 frnc lots otlKlnnl A ,;' 105 ftV 52lI!;i ft to .beg W M. naunhcrty2J -- no NW'' of HW'';. __ ___32i 1 23 a.. Unknown, ---------, 3.10 I
of Beit)Ion ti, W 50 ft Hlk!\ 21 ._____28 i 6 22 U"v. 16,4LN L
X; ,rll\lv. t quarter M-.V;I) of 17.31 III Slalkn u Vynda. liinian ---- 66( 7 Hlk I 18 I Hamilton S
Iaut.ul Starka Llmbau&'b----- 30lrs )
2S: *
"M. hip 6. houih HanK" thvnvuit I town of ___.28fl. 22 --T, Nt" : N 1'14\ of I'N'Lot NKU.2Jf II S t'urk NK'i: : of SK'I H"o I l:

ion thence Mouth: 11: feet, aWl-' S WVj"of" lots 1 \ 0 acres of N\V U of NK'/4 31 SWU\ of NW'/t A Wiof _______ 2,10 ,1, j I
to Jetat & I S 7 23 ITnknown _
or lens, fits 4 at NW corof S S ____32W' : -
more '
lu:O ftet 70ft t & 20 acrett com NW" of SW 11 5
i" alI Southwest Quarter vt 3 6 of Talk 2$ ex 70 original bv : ) ".. ..NW'/i; of NK'i:' & .. ut NW '/, of NW.- I _. 83NUVl 7 :3 ao MII.to 11. A John Kln.I,,)' IOHIIUurdeii I '
thence North 3J 111, NW cUr \ N 1110 ft K 785 rt' 33,67All of NWU ___33 1 .:1: 2110 & Harper ------ 97.30J : j jNW'.4 I'
.* i-lhwest (auarter. ofEls 81.45 run ICCl'OIt.-------- & NBt! S
;
-
NK', Sweat
of xaltl\ of Starke O. C. & S. E, --- IS 23 26 It. : :'
., town 23 sass ft to .beg 20
corner
0 S 1110 ft W ,
t H. Northeast .._ __ :_ 28 & WU' of Bti' S
of SKU
i liw..tt quarter of Northwest the ISW nik" :30 as extended NKU of SKU s "f public "c' HI.g, .32 1 U 611 H. 1>over _______n___ 30. ..7
of
',..irter, th nceVe"t alonir I 10Sft i 1'0..1-4. acres & N 7 5 |ill Sl-3 cur "of SW'iof r S
.rlh line of Bald Southwest quarterNorthwest on MaiNe Map ex S in.run of SKU of SKU ex S 13.3 7 at'rsrs __. -S ":> 1 23 1 C. ,\. YoungblooulS" 7.08 \ S
-
__13.52 -
n.of Androwa --- -- HI'1'.t.
of be- _._____ tleo. --- -
ti point .irlnlniil : JF.. Uouser 22 8
> 6
*
runal30 IBB
,, :; quarter of land of SWU, 29 0 22 about 3 acres N of M"1 of tHV'of'; $%V'/a '
1I"11I1I1nl'l'' embraclnK1 a strip Starke NF./i J. -M. ia t 4 acres In SW cur of Nl'1. S UI-I-BB III HW cor AT NW'iof S
f.-'t. wide North and South II> Loin B 4 of 1 Hlk 32 D.84 of SI':',, c'om nt II\V cor'c SW' of "'W' AlBii S .
Staike S ;
_-
,!0 feet, lunK. more or less, Kant John. addition:: 14to. :. 28 22 JI. M. Spat'kman --- -- run N I 13.1: 1-3 yaids 5' 5 S com at NW cur of rflO'i ofSVVii ,11',

0 I %'.'.'t In the Southwest' quaitorJCorthweHt ,' !' Livingt0fl.Truhy&Co.MfthII I IRt"I'ke th"IICEH Easterly Its S s' \ v inn H 23A: yds. H '
of Bald Section Z 3 4 EtIk3 U3 l.lyurds : I S of S S S
thonce H IlKl't
quarter L. S
to E. Truby out. 11.01I..t yuids,, 211: yardM to Hy S .
rn-hlp and Uarige.Vmi '. of Nb: _.28 6 22 MTB,.Mary to S Una of Bald 40 : way thnnctt N atonic right 1' ,
and each of you, are required In W lh..ne.V to 1 lirff. Also S .r i or way to N line. of suldSHU S

hi and appear. In the Circuit & vf Hlk 5 Llvl"jolon 8.0! 8 acres of K''. of NK'/t' of .. .., 10.83W I of S\VU I tliente W .' S : I
to _.. Av"- Sherman --- -
addStarlV Hnellerovo Ii'. ______ 17.01
f'o.'H -- 7 _
nit of the 20th Judicial Circuit A fTots KH_ 28 6 224 G.'oi.. 811,1' "_ 32 e 23 to Uoif <-- -.- -_ .3 1 23': 30 J. J. 70..111'1..1'u\ \ S S
State of Florida In and for in W> uf NWU of 8RU""exabout of NWU of NCU;! Jo1. 11I S
.1 the the 27th day 5 8 9 10 Hlk llLiyinKBton. 101"1' sold d'verstaurohsasers S .. 11.01 I AllfSU 2 8 22 14'I AV. T. Wallace. ---------- 14(11( ifN4I 4 -
County on "'' .....
11 ji .tlfoid Co.1 R Jones ----
show what in.u.ut Truby & ________32 4 22 10 John :2 st.3 I HWU"--- 2 N Jf". 211''il. Wackerman" _______ 9.4ZJ'lilo l'II .
to NVof .
July, A. I>. 1029 \VVj of ______..A. __ 41.21Lnt Klchard AUiert -------- \ ot __ 72.52: 3 '
.,. you have In the above deltoid add to Starke In 28 6 22 I'. J. Pearce 1'111' of :NKV4 of 8WH' _____32 6 ijj: :20 S il I "',1 -__d Ii 8 : : II. I V. Wackerman '
______1H4.4 {
S II SS-4 310 if. VNackrinian
cautie N ot :NVI.
Bhow NI.n. chn I7of)
and to Ht-K at a post 2V'j & -KV4 of -- -
property whould not belakfn I 9 ...t Ulk 14 LIvingston ".O bid cor of SKt!, of 8W'4run '; .'. S .. ..1 -a I'J\1o\ . .' -0'8 23 (JIO U b'" 'II'k'rmllll ______240.50
All
hyaid I property 'o.'S R.UII to '_ Joe o.un... __________ II "
net T..lby &u_- R 07-10H" f'hnllV S of NBU' fNWV ,!
N 8 :
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for the uxeH and purpose of NU'i28' .22 .- NT.m: .... .
S
in \ "
of Hoard of .. 14: chnfi: SiI1I.lOOchn'a l 1 i %V
forth In the petition Lois o/Blk 1(1 LlvInVHtoii l 'I S
I.11" Trustees of Bradford County, 6678 0 A Cosadd ]>; 6 chnA/ N 2Vj' clans W) l HchnH cor A N'W"11 :;f"l\v\t; \ cx S I S

Floilda. a body corporate, to con- Trilby In W>4 of S _______1-. 87.11 to "..g..x portion Wof 4 Henry IIIllchel1. .Ir.. ------ 23.20 A acie In 1>K: cor sv'aof ':. S S 'i, S
for to StarkeNK'i Unknown ______ __322ij 1 23 NW'A' \V
8 22 road of 7 7e
.1, Inn and take .Bald property .___ _________28 SWU .
be .barrenif acres In NK cor of H'/j 12.12 cif SWU of NW1,4 ':t
or el..e LIvlnBaton. Mitchell ------- of SKU S ,
ullo : VaBco
18
l p purposes tt'7 of Blk- ___;33 8 22. 3 NWUNK' e. S
all rlsht title mid interest Inatu1 Lots Co' add 'c of SK'/4 of 8W""( S !Sfc' ', or 8KU of .
). Truby & One lot of land 148- ft sr| In .. .. 4.H of $11!o.'Int NWU ex III
0.33 '
Thin to notice Bald l property.shall be published In to Htarke In WHi ot 28 fl 22 Mr.. E. D. Dennett. Est, -- SB cor of NWi/j of l tll l7t33|; 8 22 -" Ureen Hamilton' -- --- 2\\'. h acres In SW Our __. __ItS"fc 8 .22 203 Alderman & Kutch ..129.58 ". S S

th Bradford County Telegraph.Uradford a N11'/-------------. I ) '., Com\\IVt 70 of yds NWVi W or of SK(SE'i: cor ot& i S 5 s ""of of *Sft taA of of SKU,HW/i_!__-_AS" _JiNKU H 22 120' 9'. 8. Wetmur _________, S8.90 4 S S

n. w" published In Truby & Co i 8 U: Unknown ____, ___ llt.83 .
piipvr for LIvlnK-Bton run \V 70 yards, N 35 S of NWU .___. ______ 12 40 ,
('..unty. Florida, once a week Starke In WV4 of Livingston Truby & Ci>. 9.33 : -12 8 22 J..M. Truby ... ....______ 10.14 "
weeks. add to __28 8 22 yards K 70 yards S 35 Ann Jackson ------ 1.64 S"j of NWU of NI'7:% _____ : 20 \\.t! .
four consecutIve ____32 8 22 Mary of S
and, official sealtitle Nl'/t nfk 24 Liv- yards to beg ___ Corn at SW our of HW'4 1"'
\MtiieB.. my hand f 13- 14 of ft for S "
A. 1>., 1029. hut" 1 t'o.'s 2 acres beg at HK cor S NWU A run I K 331
S '
of June, &
\ 22nd day InKstou' Truby of 8K14 & 60 ft U Si S
nMAN. 17.33 WV4 of j\j WIt! u 1U ot beg buliiK
(U.V.. AI.DI add to Starke In W'/i orjg 2J; Unknown ----------- W 70 ,S
Clerk Circuit Court i3radtordtcpy 6 run N 14o yards ydsS of Hv track t lli. nce I II 55
Florida.KNttlllT NE'4 Blk'iB'UvfniBton. K 70 yards ft W 829 ft- S If
( $ea).) County b !a'lO 140 yards (liii) ft N 026 l '
Flu. Lot t .... com 140 yd* 60 ft l K of Hy S I
: & KNIQIIT: Staike, A Co.''' add to h..lC'1. to a pt \ ,

Attorney for 1'"lllloner.6-28-IH-7-26 to :stark. Truby In____W V4! of_28 6 oIJtrsEi2"3 ',- Livingston. Truby. & Co. 10.93F. : n NW4 of: SB of cor SUi/4: of& WH run of N S with track Hy thence IU8 ft SK to: parallel LK. .____)12 8 23 11 J.P. I'algett __. 10.00 (,j'. S

--Bk 27 Uvfni- 27 ft VV 85 fl S 27 ft Ii 2 L. C. Donll ____________ 23.80 ills acre Kaillilu's ivlngparatllu'I '
of- \
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8 23
of
337Vj
I with Ity right
C..II add 35 ft to beg -- I'

l'OTIC- I ton, Truby & WV of ___ .__. 13.52 acres In K'Xi of NWU John Culver ____________ 12.12 WilY In NW cur of HKi of S ** ,,
to Starke In__ 28 8 22 C. Semmea of SU14 less :N a 2 acreii..32 8 23 6 NVV" ______. 8 22 Bhullie a. Moorer 3. I" I ,
rctrI -: --::"' --:; K of Hy- ________ 3.04i.o"l ot f II 1 ot 11)f' '
of KK'/4 _
_
In 'circuit Court, Twenty-Sixth .. ; 'n f 12 13 14 Blk ZTLvlnV All 8K: 32 9 .I') G Unknown All Nl'4: S''n4of of 111I'
Bc'roit NWU
--
and A
In Co' acres -- IH
of Florida, Truby -
Circuit .
ton, W Ih of 9.33 1 2 3 .87( nmij. SKU: ex W 4 iii-res. A W'jof .
for Krtulford county. In Q. :Mason ------ S
Jlourd; of Bond TruMteen of Bradford add to_ _Starke_ _-_--28 g ,22. II.. -. .' .coin City In H Vfe of BKU:! g 22 Hannah lloaics ----- 0.03 HWV' of SK'4'! & I K 44 0'i' I
82 ofl.aWiSS7 .
NEV SIO'/4 "
bodyJtidletal 11 of lk W of railway -------- ft of ill': ,. of .
Florida, a 8 II 10 '
county, W or 101" & Lots 2 3 of Hlk 'I S Lincoln a & VV sill ft cif, I' S St4t
r Truhlr
.o'urporate. :' IjvInlNtOfl, Clarke InWi4 I .. 13.62 City In Sto of a Hk1'V: ofrailway Fannie Albert ------ 2.65 N :I II ft ot NKU; ot '
75
Petitioner to Unknown ----- Co. 81
--- 22 Developing
Co.5 add __ __ ____U 0 22 : -- ----_--_--32 8 : -13 8 22 Oil Lawrence I
EllnlIil. husband \! s.f NB'A I.lvlnlfHton riots 1 4 of Blk B Lincoln L-J) 445 ft of NKU of SKU'
Thfmaa and her 6 1 of Itia 29 W of ___ 9.03 13 '8.23, 7J. If Lawrence & K. .t. l' Si
riots of SKV .
.
add 13.22 In 8V6 Albert of 8WU-7 acres --- .
Co11 Marsereau. City Fannie ...2 7 '
J:. M. ThomaM. 'rrubY and 8 22 Mabel Helen ---------------5: ( 22 Smith ______.____ 1 1r1t
Defendants. In Wof NI I/-28 railway _________ It.a 1
NATIONTO to Hlarke LlvlnKBton.Truby Lot 3 nt Blk 10 Lincoln ; of RWHnt BB'4 --,13 8 22 20 L. 1... Lolth 5

CON J'! KM: L4o Hlk I Co 11. 8 ;sub dlv oiof Livingston. Truby & Co., 1.85 City In a S.j: ( of $KU W ofrailway (2] Mrs. It. 11. Alderman ---- 2.65 All N !1'. of NI-U of tiI:'!. N 5 .5
A
22 33 Uacre
6 ucrm-ex
PKIUM'.N'S INTKUESTKHIX : 28 ----- -- -- of liy-13 %
A I.f. .
Nl;i"* NK'4 13 LinolnCity with storehouse ,
L'P&NI'l11.7 Talk In bU: cor
Lot 3 of :
OH HAVINtJ L1KNH LESCTtlitl4)PIUPFJJtTY Lot 2 of Hlk 11 Llvlng.loni -. 13.22 In SV, of tJBfc W ofrailway lJan Jenkins -------- 1.85 .. ,_ .-13 8 22 14 I. N. Cable ------------ S0.7,:* I."asaI .
KOM.OWINO
'n.'s Byrd ---
( James ---- 22
""
& 8
LY'INuIAN1) TrubY __ _28 11 22 % ---- _- --** "" 1"f NW'/i. of NKftn "Jt' ,Is
S1TUATK.IM llHADFOUUctmNTY Ni1'1, 01 NI)I/c- 23- LlvlnKatIJn. --- 8 acres In -SW i-or of SWU 3 King' Chandler -_...12.75 6 A ------.------1.1 8 22 14 Lawrence Developing" Co. 8,20* S
HEINO 1.01" 3 4 of Hlk dlv 3.44 W of Hy ______33 6 22 -- 11.tt* .ll.SSSI;' of NK'/i A 2 acres' InNK
Co. of NW'/4 Ito..IIIJ..rlr| -
& ---
aub Sam --
FL.on.IDAlCommencing West line of 1'ruby &'o.'s 8 22 Livingston, Truby I of SWU of SBy4 ---.-34 g II: 20 cur of BIJ'/i' a.tNi1/l ?14 8 21: : P. R. W.tmlll' ___________ 23.11i4

at the of Northeast of 1j'4oro! Et -ik-iii28 8"4 Com at Shi cur of NW',.. of S *' of NW'/. of NKUJ !: _...14 8 23 Jo) Anderson Mitchell ______ 1I.H3- -

Northwmt quarter of State Koad Lots 1 B'fJ Truby & ('0.5 17.01 SWVi & run N 73.1: 1-4 ft {U( _ ___....__._..-10N'T 8 a 320 U. F. %Vackcrrnan165.51.. .
'iiuarter In center established and Livingston or NI _28 t 22 Mamie Dell ---- W5' 4 ft H 133 1-3 ft Id. n. fi. Lee ____________ 11.73 of NKU.A: HHVi otNKU I
10
Number 44 an now of N 1'14: 8 22: ____ 78.2f
thence sub div ben-10 acres,35NKU 1U.8.I A Nl-5'i of HKU' ___17 S leo U. Wackerman I
and run of BUt 31 594 ft to 40 J. M. Truby ----------- 2
.
hard mirfaced. T .I' !i ___________JJSSKU 6 24 It.8) & h<4 of
and M0'4.
EaBterlv ('o.'a 13.23 \ of NKU\ Klltts Moure -------- Loin 2 or
& -
N rth .33 feet, thence Road No. 48, "LIvlnffHton. Trnby' NEU2SLots t 22 L. C. Powell ._ ----- of 8WU ____--..-..___JBLo's 8 2j 40 NW'4 & Lot il fr 8KU _.21Wlj 9 2 254 o. F. Wackerman _____126.7 I''

Parallel with Raid State. to the KaBtline null dlv of NKU; > BlkLl 2 20. 21 Hlk 3 Lake of SKU of NKU: ______23 8 *2 20 j.w.. Jackson _______.-. ll.DJ I
11SO less! EWof .
or .
feet more' of 1 2 or : '. Heiijhts No.1. 2.54 22: 8 22 Wackerman, _______ t tLflII
of .Bald. Northwent quarter v lnB""on TTuby & ( 0- 22 Lille Sanders ------ 13.22 KlnKsley 6 23 Mrs. Ruby Hawkins. -.- NWI. of NH'l I &NW' __ 00 O. F. 8.S' I j "
33 t
Northeant thence south of NKU of NE't..28. NE'.f NE'3$ S 1 2 3 4 MWVi of'
quarter 48. nub dlv .' > : LukeKlrmMcy ; ___ 8 Unknown ________114.81 -
f et to renter of paid Road No. of Dlk.33 Lota 2(4 25 Hlk 9 NKU' __ .2 2 235 1
1 2 or KV-j 1 2.54 _____ 8 .rd ________ 22.81 )
th..n'eV..terly along the centerline Lot. & Co.ssub 21.00 heights ,No. J. E.V1I.on --------- HI-JU: of'SWVi __ 4i'> Alicia K|> .
of said road number 4H to point 'Livingston of, Truth NK'/4 of NLy4: 28 8 23 Sam Tlson. -,------- Nl'5: of NKU\ --_---:._-3IrjtH 8 22 NKU: of NWU >4i 26 4 Lawrence Haveloplnn Co. 24.41 I

nf beginning In Section 27, Tnwn- div Hlk 34LUlnBMton 29 80 ;ill .12 HIlt 17 I acres H of Clay rond In

hlp tt Houth Range 22 Kant: and ho- rvits 1 2 or F's of" & C.5 9-Oi Lake KIngsley. Heights W. T.. Tthfl Truby -
INK a strip of land 31 feet wide i of NK'4' 28 8 22 Sam Tlson -------- 1 No. 1 NKU' of NbVt____3* 11 23 180 A. K. Wall ______________ 60.dO of of :-W\; ex a S

K"rth and Soulh, and' 1321) luSt long, ,) dlV of ilk NKVt 41 I.lvlnn- vetkjSof/ _ __ __ _____ I 7 V2J 20 Mrs. l.eah Sapp:! -------- 15.30 SM NW't NK & x
n.. ire or l"...., East. and West. Loti 2 3 of Co's sub 11.03 aW. of NWU -_ 2Nl'U 7 22 acres In HW cor of NVj (,f S "
You. and each (,t you are re- Stun Truby of A NKU .:28. 8 22 Jos. Grant ---------- ,.f MW'/4 ex 13 acre 27 Unknown -------.t.____ 11.17 NWU' .f NWU ______--2 8 23 IT Chas. Scot _______ 1.1 .

H'llred' to lie and appear In Circuit dlv of NKU lit NW car .__________ 2NKH 7 22 Hosvnberg ---- 20.13 3 I acres. In cur of NKU i
-
LivingstOn 40 Hum
fir the 2bth Judicial CIrcuit Lot 8 of Hlk42' dlv of 6.04 : of NWU __ __ ._-___ a 7ft Kthel. M.\ Padgett ------- 11.03 N of NI --________35NW'4 8 23 3 Lawrence Daveloplng Co. 6.23 r '.
ttE Dradfordunty l'rubY & i sub 22 Julius Butler -------- "f ____ 3 7 22 10 11.645siZrw A N B'4a.res j .
lf Flnrriln., In.. anrl .for- NF'6 NWU' of NtH M1! 20 Mrs. Margarol Wilson -- of W'4 ,
,> oti July 27th, A. D. l 19211. tohuw NKU' of < Llvlnirston. WI... of NEt,. of 8W'.7 a 7 22 of NWU ot NKU ofSWU
have in E'1 Tnt ttiu 4* inN'ldcor ofNW -_---25Wfc 8 2 4H _______ 23.41
l what described interest property you and show ruby & Cn.'. sub Illv_01NJoV. __28 fl 22 _Lll.uraVbltmore ,----- 17.01 of NF4 being U1 ft N & Truby ---- 4.03 of- SKU- :- of- -NWU ___2Nfe S ziH > TonyltcheI( 1'(1..cl __________ II.!I I

1\OKIIHB>,l've why said property .shoulil not of NN''l' -_-43 -LlvInillton. K by 41141 tt frI 4 W ______ 3 7 22 I\.T.\ M. --------- of HW'' of NW ____rHKT4 !> 24 gii ,. $ ______.__.-___ .

I'* taken for UHO, and purposes set Lots 1 2.3 -& ro'. sub B.04 EI' SP 14tOfN:jt. & 30 Sam Itosenberg ------- 16.71 of sw'n of NWI2 8 22 10 isaac Michel ______ 7.90 :
Truby ----- "J" 1 22
Pond Unknown ---- t __ 4
forth In Petition of Hoard of 28 6 22 5W (.f H', NKU of S I
.
Trustees. of Bradford County Florida div of XfH.* or Livingston NFi',5 --- -, SW% of Nl'75e:, a acres InNW ; NW\ 2 8 23 G Walter Donley _________ S.23 S

to condemnand m ikr of
a body rporate, : sub dlv 17.01 cur 32 Unknown -----------
take. said property for public ruby ._____ 28 fl 22 H. O. fig-ford -- ----- _---- _- _--- 11 1 23 NWU -- ------23 8 23 5 Zonle Speed ____..... 8.20
of all right NB1I at NE'l, In S\V cor .... 8.73 NR cor r NWU ,f
h. Com at
Hues, or else be barred 46 Livingston 5 arre. square Wm. Frailer -. .- ----
'i u
title and Interest in and to oaid Lot[ 1 of Oil(*jn./. sub diV of Truby ft Co. 2.85 of IIWI.\ of 1'1 [<:111.._-- 11 NWU A run 14 40 yard W
Truby & .g 22 LivIngston Id of NW cor of 70 yardx. S 70 yards W I.
property, r'F4 _____ .____ I Beg UU tt
Thin notice .shall he published. In 7-1t. of of blk U Llv- NWI ot Ni'W & run H 231 yards, H 40 yards W

a newspaper N..;.,. ot Co.'s 9.03 210 n .. UU rt N JiO ft ________13.32 yards N IOU ylt.rdl
Telegraph __ Robinson
Fir 3
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ad ford County 2 MlleU 1: U.U
Bradford county. [ v'ofrNUKd of 28 8 22 -- Jim English / u 1 U yards to __.___25NKU 8 23 10 ..T.V.. Jai-kson S

published. In : week for four iub"dl' NEU of DlkI. 4 t'U o tmtoaew rt' of II ', __b,1__________28S'v.'f I 2.J 40 Morgan Mitchell 23.31 'S ,
Florida, once each of lot 3 ) S 4 5
I Lot 1 & s." : & run 14 of of
of NJo4 NV
_.4ddition NW\4\ ,
consecutive .. .k.. sealthis : DaVIS & Truby' Uo tt N no tt W NE',1 8 23 10 Chas. Scott '.20 i' ,
and official NB 420 It re 2
Wltnesa my hand to Starke In ft W 210 It 8.113 ofHK'l"of"NK"iriI"{ 8 23 20 Flossie James --.--- 1.# 1'
of June A. 1). 1929. of .NWU; VV of 17.4U 420 tt N 110 It. If. Sparkman ------ NV i
,, nd day cor $ ( 22 Unknown -, -------- ____ _____ S 7, Z2 4 S'4' of NK' of NBU ANWU
ALDERlIAN.! to beg uu -
O. W. ___... S".
.
Bradfordforty ry --------------2 HE% 11 of Ry 854 of 8 23 80 .I. Speed n ..
NW1of NtJ,2
Clerk Circuit Court Florida. Lou Stark All IessSacrails ____ __ .____ of 112 7 $Itosenberjf n -- 13.22 of SW 4 ____21 I U JU L.... Jonklni _______ 11.63
( County, to 20 Unknown ------- EII
8al\) Jones Addition of SW1' _____ 7 1 U -
Fla. 2J-27 of SE1.
XNluilT KNIOHT. Htarke, EI-a *
In sCt 'NWV'K." ------- I I

Attorney for 1".Utlon.r'-J5t-.,..2. Walnut -------------U


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PAm: TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TKMX3U.APH.:: STAUKE FI.ORm\

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: COLNTY nrm.KT u :a -ntai> 1 1 1Th I (Continued from page 4.) S Taxes -- = Aff I

i Description ...e. T. R. A. Owner .It usts Description 8eo. 'r. n. A. Owner 'Eatel
_ _ .. < '1"1'11 of the\ ('Irk' nit Court I Iha Tsixe- (
_ _ ,'d i-HtimHtiH of *xcnu Description' Sec. T. It, A. Owner A Costs & n'l.
\ nc' pr *pur, r< NE'4\ a. strip along N Lot 63 In Woodlnwn __.. SO 6 12 10 J. M. Truby .. OIL
*" uid u-i Pints from" xourcuH other Blk 5, 10Bench. Iota Hnmpton side at NEt( SEVi:! \ %vof NW'4 of NWli! of r.,',

than taxt'H to be li'vied rmsiinablvto ".. of HWI/L, & bounded S bv 'lake ____23 I'll Unknown __________ 4.49 I<' rl4&WofNWI4of '
be pxpei'ted from, the 1st day of WV4\ of tJ.T 'I of 8W'ea i Blk Beach 88. 14 lots Hampton Nl-iy & EVi of NEof

October A. !>., 19S1: to the ,30th day $ 24 & EVi of SH14: ofNFV "' WW of InV%u&; NAVji A Kft of t417' of H
of September. A. 1>., 11130. and the A a strip along N WVi of itr.y of HWVi\ 1 ... NWV.. &: NE* ot ,NEY1 g

xulil estimates having: been properlvi side of NEV' of 8EV4 t .. Sec 24 'A Ett of SBVi I!! ol ... 8WI4. .-_ _--. .____of21 B 22 05 D.: E. D'ownlng, _. ,

it'llnd' under oath were orderedsprtitd bouiidvri 8 by lake __ __.23 7 21 ..' Unknown .' _._.-...... 5.98 skis NEVi & a rip along N S S S Com at NW co,' of 8WV4\ ofNEV4 11'1 I INWU
upon the minutes of the saidhon Blk H. 5 lots Hampton NEVi! of SOW 1. & run K 61 1-3 rods

I i id and I'h.. otlRliiHl to be Tied tench. WiA of 8W'4' &; ', Blk bounded 311 14 8 lots by lake ---.S' 7 SI Unknown.-* _._______ 7.47 8 (10 rods.V 53 1-3 rods, I
Its .wn part-of the retold of the Board WV4 of Sl-fti of 8WV.SeeH .' '. Heach WVZ Hampton S N 60 rods to be* >------2 5 22 20 Unknown _
.. follow : of S S of A Kt ot' "" & S 1 ',:
w 'r In words and figures as &: EVi of SEVj WVi of KW.\\ NEW NWV\ PAVli
NI3V A a strip alongN S 8BH V It' r \vl4. of WVi Of NEH of
: S
Oenernl. lnnil side of M3Vi 8l,: ',. S Sec 24 A EVi "f 8U'4 of ,. 8WH _______22 5 22 20 Mabel AVulnwrUht .
8 \.ice _____23 721 Unknown _ 1 .4.49 NE'/i\ & a strip alongN t'>. S *. S SS I, 22 20 in !'
From Occupation and railroad bounded I hI ... _----- side of SVi of NAV'i of /NEVi< _- ._ 23 5 : U. W. Drown ; .
licenses _____________tlWO.OO Blk 7, 12 lots Hampton. .t>. 'I'' \. bounded S NBV of SE'4! ", '. Lot 9 Town of Ln wtev E: of J .

Fine ....1 Forfeiture. FundF teach WVjr of BWV. & ".'4" hIlt 40. 0 Iota by lake 11",,,-,_,ton___23; 7 21 Y-O:; S Un1nown 5' 5 5,, ,.1'___._ 7.47 fly In Sees 23 24 3ft -__ 26 5 22 Zfrs. 11[. n. Padjrelt J ,
WVi of SEVi" of BWMHe. I Lot 2S! Town of Lawtey E S "5
and col- ",
> fines costs
I I It-oted"i' ____. $7500.00 .' 24 & J.Ji 4 of SEVi\ of S W Bench% of, W ( of of SWM A S.. ..1 ". ,' of fly In 1 Seen 2J 24:1ii: StNH 5 22 ..iLUile Thomas. ___ ,4
-- ------ BITVi\! SWVi f I
NN, & strip along N lot :N 200 ft .
.inuoard than look the matt a .. Sec 14 A .S of 33 (or )
up BV4, of SEV of J. '
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side ot NI-3V of "SEVi Town
of Lawtey E of fly
r of mnklnix an estimate of the : 21 Unknown ._.. .__ 6.72 NRVt & a strip alonir N' .5 .
,.,.. of bounileil 8 bv hike ---..23 7 ? side. of '" S ( In sees 23 24 2ft : __ 20 5 22 Wilson & Mason .
P' Mary expenses the county NEVi of SEVi ;,
.
I II 5
Blk 8. lots. Hampton S Lot BO Town of I awtey< 33
folw, tlseal venr from Oct. 1, A. I).. lleach, W,4, of HWt &; hounded 8 by lake -___!.3 7' 21 -.. Unknown ,- _____ S.93 Of liy In sacs 24 25 28 II 22 C. If. Nettles: .
-t 1112'1. ti> Sept. .loth, A. !>.. 10:10: and WI4 of) 8 l1''' of. SWVi .'s Blk 41, 3 v>ts Hnmpton S S Lot 1 attii div ;,l3I t 13 11 S \

havinir t'onwldered I Ihe receipts estl- Sec' 24 & MVi of SEVi ofNK Heach.W't} of 8VV,, A' "S. Town of Lnwtey' E of Hy
niH.l.d, liv the( Cli-ik. and having Klvn strip N '.' WVi' of SlfiM! of BWV. 25 _
h A a aon p)< Mile' 24 S In sees 21 24 --_ _- 26 II 22 Mary Martin ___- .
A
full eonxldeiatlon of the ntttlHand side or NB'4\ "f J3'i I,' L'H of SEVi >f Lot II flit's sub dlv in R I S

noti-ssltles' of the county and the houndeiV 8 bY lake _____23 7 21 *.*!I 't"' t j(i>known J __ _--- 0.72 ,' NK: 4 &of n strip alontVNHide k t.. "" ., S S Law PV' ___..-3flSEVi 11 22 Wm. Anderson< ___ .
_ roqiiln-ments of the different purposes BIk 9, 12 lots Hampton .?-ri"\ J*,; ,' 5 ; NTS'/ ak'tf: SCVibounded 1\/21' :.1' S S of H t7I 1 of SWVi .13 II 82 10 Wm. Andrews S
_ to miet I the expenses duringI )H..achV4, of SWiv &; 3. ,.\ ', S. ;',.." .5- S! by _----23Blk '\J \kno\vn ._, ..-..:-...- 3.74 nw of JOLt: of FlI>:1I of snv: 26 5 22 10 Isaao Jenlilns", _- 1 S
th<. Mild. fiscal yeur, have determinednnd WV4 if $EVi (,f SW'i t :,S "' .. '. "I 42. 8 lots Hampton : ,;' S /'.

do hereby declare the following Set 24 & Lit. of SBVi of I,. :..s. ', Reach \V*fc of SWv &: S c., Hv ex 8 acres. & N I.4 of
c to l be the estimated expenses and NP3V: & a strip along N S ..- 'v.... of snfii of SWV. .!.. ... S SWH' of NWVi -__- 26 1 II! 22 D6 Mrs. M: H. RJward" ..
.ill ,,]'''''Inl' and extraordinary ex- side" of N91'of 8EVi! I j Site u.&: KVa. of 1 SEVi of "' S EVt of NEVi of SWli 1 of .

IH'n *i ,x (ontpmulated. for the year hounded S by lake _.___.23 7 21' U. Unknown ..- -__ .72 NEVi & a. .strip along N "I. \ 1,', S : S. __ 21 5 22 6 P. L. Dlnlclns ___ .

frntii ud vnloiem taxation and entitnnt Blk 10, 1* lots hampton side of NB of SEVi ,.J'I"., Lot VA AV% of Iof"24""A: S

.,il i.erelpts from other nources, lli-nch. WV of BWM & ,. hounded 8 bv lake .? __I23 7r 21. Unknown .'S .S ..__.. 8.74 aIV lot 25 In AVoodlawn 30 5 22 23 3. M. Pukes ---- .. I S
W% of SI?". of 8WV.8ec S Blk 4*. 4 lots -1'' .. -" -_ '
whkh will be available: f hampton Vv ;\4,'' 't Lots 4 6'6( 12 19 20 21 28
General, I' unilS.ilnrv 24 & N\4' of Mg'. ..f i ". Rnachfu of 8AVM &; -, J. .'.,- Jt\ .. '_*'' \S S 29 00 39 &: AVVi of lot HSJ.not
of Clerk of Circuit: NI114 A a ft rip along N I ,. WVi\ of 8ri4: of PV'S Woodlawn5 31 5 22 115 BeatrIce itt Gilbert
curt as county auditor side of NI3V4 of EJ4 i .. r See; 24 & E\5 of SE'/i' .or :' .. ; lot 9 A all lot 13-fn S

I un.l clerk to county comnilxniuners l l.iiuiulod S by lake ___ __23 7 21 Unknown __ __ ______.. 6.72 NEV A a. strip' along .... t-y .. AAroodlnwn ... .---81 R 22 13 1111'". Laura A. DIsHell

_. __ .__ 11300.00 Ilk 11, 4 Iota hampton] '. ida of NK'.J! of SB cr. I .S's ,SS S S S "' Jot I 6 12 In AVoodlawn __82 5 23. 20 J. Walnwilalit S .

I'll die-in mid Mlleaire of ? Bench. WH of SWV. &; bounded S hv Inke. __ ._23 7 21. $ tj'nk.nown'' .. S_""._____- 8.74 Lot 03 64 In Wood hi wn ____32 5 22 20 J. F. Xlcklltor_ I II.i I
W'ot 81'f14' of HWIti ... Blk 41. 8 lots Hampton .'t r S
eoiiuty eontmlsstoners __ 600.00 ; S AVV of SAVVi of NEVi< & I3V4'
fay of. sheriff. for attendance Sac, 34 8& l'1e of fIIEV. of / Bench WH\ of BW" &; .S-, S 5
on ,county commissioners 6000 NF.14 & a .trip altug N : WVA of SSV of SWV< .' : ... ,__. S of NEVi\ of NAVV & SAVH i e

AU'irney l or county Commiw I nide of NEW of SEVi, I. See 24 &; EW of 8E'4, of s-''' ..': : ...., .. of NP' of NW'4 o\i'W, {

..loiiers __.______ 40.00 hounded S by lake ____..23Lilk 7 21 ..: Unknown. __.t.... __ 374 NE'4' & a strip alon N ,I. I" _. ,.r' .' of NAVV, A NAVVi S
8ui,,'ivtsor of registration. 240.00 12. trlnnK, lot. Hnmpton' "'" .4 w .. side of NHi/i of SE% ,' >. I \ & 1S4: (, If'nv : or NW". & S .
Hinnlrx to county; bulldlnes: I I, Heach, WU'! of "' _.1'u"edS.bv! .:! lake-" _____23 '1' 21'- Unknown-- ,.....____ S.2I1 of( R"of: NWtft S S
J..II E Wli\ of SITiu of RWH ;" iiiK in K lots tinmntott S .; '. .t ,. ntj of N'V'of XWV: t. feBWV s 5S&S

. cuit::; CIU---;; :::::::::::1::::::: 10000: Sec' 24 A; B14 of SEV of teach' WH' of R\VI'i"\ ': I of NWV. of S\V'li I : .
WV6\ of HT3M of S A.-NKH.: of SWV & H% of
Furniture and fixtures NCV & a strip' along NMlila \ ; ., n' ; S
: I for'art : hai24; & 1>:'... of SEV, of ,< -' S S sw & SM of BH', &
house of NM 4 of fiE \\4 ;,}. ,: r .
__, __ __ 10000 >\ S
a Fuinlture]: and fixture hounded S hv lake _. 23 7 21 Unknown ,...... :.....:;...4__ 3.00 NEVi & a strip along N .' .,"' :"( S .", S S W' a of NWti (.f W11U, & r,
v for HIlt' I 13 16 lots Hampton ..; side of NEVi\ of SB..'4 5 5 .5 5 5 5 SHM of NWW of "SP'f' & S's 'r.

_ :, lull -____ __________.. &0.00s iteach. W''<'i of SW'/ &; 7 hounded S by lake ._:23 7 21 -' Unknown. r' ... .......___.. E.23 IIWlf N h. of tt' \1033 11,22 430 Brevard" Properties, Inc Ir, U
>3xp<'IIHCH of county buildingultor I -*: W>" of, Ur.iof;, 8WK .), "' '.. Blk 46. 8 lots Ilimolon .' ., \ ]KW;: (, oi? KW' of N1H! & .; .. ... .
_ .' etc. __ .._ _____ 600.00 8"<' i 24 & n>4 of snvj o* S ,', S Hach W'4' of :;n..L A S S S .(, S 8WU of Wiof NRJ4\ & S : t.
LIR-IH." fuel' and water ______ !/.flO)/ WVa of "SIT''" S S ; \Vt4 of '
; NH't! & a strip, along N I (, of SWV.See \ 'It \ NVVH .I'P ; '
Insurance ? ___________ 200.00) side nf NIJi' of /fciEVi f f' 24 A Etof SEVI ofNF3Vi s : S :, S KKM.oct, W B n'. .; .FI'\1\ S '5:.
| :
: Ini IflMUalfl ________ 500.00 S hounded 8 by lake -23 7 21 I Unknown ;:,- -w.-JL- 8.21 &: 'a strip- alonir N ) 5 of NVII.nr N1JM 1 & NW'i S
; Allowance. to paupers, etc. 1 Iftv/O.uu/ I'.lk 14. lit lots Hampton I" side of NEVi of SE'4:! )off" .'. ':' '''S ,5' 5 &: NVa of NW"/4"\ of MWVi, & S ; .
( 5
Cor>n'>.r fmiuost .. ..." bounded, S lake _____23 Unknownii __ 6.23 11* of Sit of NWM of _
; i H ', fees ofoflktMM H"ich. WU, of SWVi & I ,., ;: by 7 21 _i___ __ s :'
etcj ,________ JOO.00 "''1" of 813''. of 1'11'I.' :f Blk 47. H lots. JIll 'Iton J'J. .,t ...;. S S "''Wlj! &: N"rof NCi! of. swt "- ,i'. .
,9L Infinity Inquliton _____ 150.00 8or 21 & Ji:1''i of 8RV4\ of .. S 'S.. SNi'4 lleach 'VII. of SWM feW ; <,' '.' ..SS 1 $; &: \ of NEii'f S 5 .

Stationery" and' PUntlngKneial ': : A a strip alonwside N : ..!;t-"', .. ... I-io of SRii of SWVi. S. P. .' .. :' S >f SW & N'4 of NWi4 of 't. 7.
_ (; .stationery, blanks of KKVt' of 1 hE>: ;:\% ; ( ".'., .. I' H('" 24 & EVa\ of SE'i of S ":$i ( S 8R: <4 & slw1. of NW,4 off ,]\ I S

etc.. .---_________ '200,00 hounded Shy lake -23 7 21 Unknown ___-.._ 8.21 NEV & a strip alonir N S 'i' "* IJ"4" "r'.l'j':' of HI3V4 ex "s
H.'rd( books __ .__ .___ 800.00 Ttlk 15 11 lots. Hsmpton "', side ,of NEVi of SE'4 s S 10 NR cor A SVa
Adi., require. by- law and Bench W 4 of SWV, A; ". :' bounded S bv lake __. .23 7 %1"j; Unknownf4, ________.. 623 of SK 4 less Ry A highway S .
I' Blk 48, 4 lots HnmntonBeach. s right of way & I .' I
paid I for by the 300.00 WH"rif{ I3K of KWVtSen .' 'f- \ '
county : ;
\ <
CommlKHlon. paid to 24 &: EVi of BE'4' of I S W 4 \ of HW v, A .'-.. aero In SUV nf SGfci; < of S S

I Tux: .utiMoHrtur. _oltlcers_____:_ 2000.00 NEVi & a strip along N ;"" AVViXf SPV.' of SWVi S '. ',;." ,j;.('' : : ... ./ s:>pvj IIR -of $ vv/i ._ .34 E 22 414 nrevard ProDeitles Inof.I'JTI'4 :"I :
See 24 &: E'-i'!. of PE'/J' ,ofNEV B Vi \ & N'fc of PEViof S
side of N1i1 of ., S I
Tax % SEVi >. '
collector _
: .__ >
I, 8h Clerk eourt work 600.00 I Blk IB 16 lots. Hnmpton ,. .. '1 I Bid" of NISVi;:! of SE1; >. S >* S NAVVi & AVi, of RW'4: S '
circuit court, recoidInic I Heath. 'VI of SW'4v & ,, ... '" ollll..d S liv Inl:') 23 7 21 "t- Unknown_ ________ 3.74 of SK', of N\\'{', & i WVi S
( and genera I court ,; Blk 41, 10 lots. 'HimntonBench "S ., ofNWt4&MrofNWt'\ ( ." .: .
\; of Hrof HWVi ... 'I' ...) r
work ________ I .
___
is ),00 of HW1' : of .
See 24 & EVj of 8EV of '.. WH A; i .. -.. / S HW t A NJit of SWy eifof ,. :
indexing _ .__h______ 200.00 NF1M' & a strip ahmir N te ,..... 5 Wli{ of srcVi of SWVI S '. BVV'H & foI\YI,. !HWi/7 of ,>.'
J Reserve tor contingencies side of NE'i\ of SEVi '. See 24 & E'. of SEU, of- i1: I', SW<4 & 8EI.. of BW'4 & S ,

,c Fine nail Forfrltiirc. Fundfiherlff bounded by lake _____23 7 21 -- Unknown\ '_,-__?_.- 8.21 NEVi! & a strip. along N ". .' ;', S N F.of SWVJ, less 5 acre S S f .

S C; "' and deputies ro'..thlllM Blk 17 IB )Jots. Hampton r. ;itBeach "u side of :NRH of SE'i! :-.: ", > '4. '..> t ," :,.. .: to Wllliston. Hank & less

_____________ In criminal canes __"1300000 'V'... Of SW'.b.' :", 'r,lli{. bounded S hy lake _____23 7 21 ', Unknown _.5___--._ 5.9S 10 acres In .SH ror & \
\ of
,: ConnlalilB coat bllln In crimInal WV4' \ of 8E'of RAVli8c "* :'" 'w.- Blk 50 13 lots .'. RP'j.x aWl<.. SWof<
cn..e.. _- 50.00 24 & KV, of SEV ofNE'i '" I-.' ;"" f'ont)) Himptrm (Beach water ,1 I,t,,: Is';,','J'':",,\\1', :'f' 51 5 :SF:154; __ _________35 5 22 420 Brevard, Propertied., Inc. SID.10
--------- N
400 ft Of lot 12 Peetsvllleembracing
Clerk of the circuit & a strip along Nside ., ,' : :, W'4 of SAV'A AVM of \ \ Ii 55: .
.
,' ; >
/ \ of NE
;
tI A
NVu
of ,
of r ,
Ilr"e NEVi SEVi\
> "
a SRt ,;' :
cost bill In 10000 of RWV4 See 24 & ? '1'11'
hounded S luke _____23 7 21 ,I .i ,71 '" 1, NE'i of NWVt 35 522. __ _____
bv Uhkflwn.s 8.21 EI"' of fmy of NE" &' : -
County jtidire cost bills In Blk .18, 16 lots Hnmpton .,., > :"j"" ,1<'4 ,-t ;(" : 3)! Lot 19 Pretsvlll( embracing
i criminal cnxeii _hn_ 1500.OQ Reach, W"j> of SW't. 5 :" / '. n strip I along 6'.u: 1doJ ... :.;.' \ S i.t..""': N"' of NEV* & NEU of
County I profiecutliiff attorneycunvjctlon NEVi of SEU "' NWV ._ ..-_ .. ..___ ___33
WVi of SK" HWV4 I. '"Unknown ? 5 22 8 Peter TIsdale, Jr. __ 'I i m;
\ fe ______ 1000.00 Sci24: A 134; otfRE 4 of by lake _. __ .-23 7 21 'j ,_ _______ 2j.93 Lot 24 Peetsrllle emhrnclnirNU. n*
: nulllff'H. for attendanceS ; J Blk 51. 12 lots (waterfront S.1 9, I. 5 55 5 5 S .
pay I of & NE1 Of
-I. NEVi\ & a. strip along N ,. I NEV ; *
criminal court_ _______ 10000 sldfl of' NEVi! of SEVi W'.j )of HAmpton"SAV, & WUj Peach of S .. s' .. :, .. NWH -. __-.. .85 5 22 e Lillie TIsdale _______u 5, .;

_ WltnexM teen _._ ._.J 1500.00 bounded H bv 'lake 23 7 21 Unknown _.,.. ._____:..,. 821! SEVi;: of HWVi: Ser U AEVi "\" .' WW.. of NEH of NEH A" EVj;: { S
\ ,fiA
J Court stenographer In Insolvency Blk 19. IB lot Hampton ; of c., of PEVi of NI' '. & NAVV.of -
canes. ...____ 100.00 liachVV.of SW', &; S \ SEV of NFV & S 5 v S MI''I',, of NB",; & W')J
; S n strip alonir N side of S 5' of SWW of NI':' & :' .
4S Slu Iff H rommlxHton on fines WIA snTJ of SWViSee NF.Lot\ bounded S NE'i!
S
24t SEVi
collected __________ 350.00 &K'i of SEVi ofNEV S hy lake _. __23 7 21 Unknown: ... ,,. ___ ____ 13.73 of SWli of NEVi I< & NV'5!* ,
________ Feeding prisoners. 1200.00fav & .n. strip alone N 5. 5 I Iaide Blk 52, 11! lots -(waterfront : : of NI3V4 & EVg! of NEVi Dr .
S fE>4 & 8"4: of AVVi of
1 of Jurors In criminal of NEVi of SEVi ) Hampton Heach '. .

canes _______-u____ 80000 hounded H hv lake. 23 T' 21 Unknown -.______ 8.21 'VIlofP"-\\'of\ ..'S NE'4' of SE"VI... of \
( IIII, d at jail ___________60D.O BIk 20, IS vlt'.f: to I S FlI':'4 of 8W(4( Sec 24 & .*.. .:. .v fl'I.. .... S S NWV' of SK% A 8 % of '. S S
Disinfectant __________ 100.00 lieneh. HWY AWV4 '. '.> \\0" ; \ of of _. .. \. I of NW"i of SitS, & ,. '"e,, -.
.. EVa SEWi NEV4 &; "1 5 ,
4.- .f/ ty:'.> S 's t1! ,(, of RE'4 & FI\Vh & 1-1'' r1
of SKV of 8VVV.Pec : $ : ''*
Ket 'trvud for rontlnfrenrlefl. n strip OI""lI'] N side of "v : ,
Airrlc'Ultnrnl. Fund 24 & "EH of 8EV1: of "I ': s NEV, of SCV bounded S .f t.S .-* .S of NWH & NW'of\ NKi-' ,
< .
County .\irenti .salary .. _____S1500.0 NE'i &: a strip,. alone N ; $ J. Aside to'. ..',, : by lake _. -- ___ ._____23 f -21 '7'" >'. Unknown: -_' _______-_. 20.44 of NWV4 & 13" of NC'/ .. :
I Ii of of NWW 30 S 22
$ ofYol'lda of NEVi of tI2'5 Blk 53, li lots (waterfront N'V\L -- 555 Brevard Properties. Inc. air..17HWVi
j Scholnrnliln, University 'hounded 8 bv lake _____23 7 21 Unknown ,_ "'_ _>iw_----- 821 ) -. S 8'\,1" of HWV4 & K 12 acresof ,s .
______..____ 200.0Total v Hampton BeachAVM of & .
Blk 21\vl.2t'.f: Hnmpton ( ": "" .. {, of RWlo'VI,(, of ..; S SWV.- NW"
8W", AWH V S of NE1* of SWVi__ 2 6 22 82 }t">. L. Peek ____________ :S2'I7!
SBt 24
of Ipt' -.
*. &
_____ __ _____ .__ SWVi -
$1700.00lthrr'is .
*1 a. of SEW; of SW'lSee % .'II ';l. "r SAV'i of SHI 2 8NEM 22 40 'i
> I'eimlon 1'iiml !,24 & E'4'\ of 8EH: ofNE'A .. "- I I ) ,, ,w .' .' Ei''strip of SEkl aI'-'ng' of N".. NP3V1 diii. of A S fH SNEIJ of NWVi* ::::::::::= 3 6 22 4O- r:1'F.O: Klckllter-:::::::::_ : h >
Allowaiicemnde. widows __ 1 .
to I ,
$1400.00HipIIIing & a strip along!: N .. "k of hounded 8 .' I N UK yftrdu of NW'! of '

ranil side of NEVi of /SEV .,11'1 1ft" <* t by lake IE'4_ ____ ______ 23 1 21 Unknow SKVi W of Ily -- .-u-____ 3 flAH 22 10 Unknown __________ 87::
-- _
'
____.
_
t Interest on outstanding: war- bounded 8 hv 'lake _____23 7 21 Unknown _: '. .:...____ 5.93 Casino bath house and : 13.73 NWof bEV:! AV of fly .

"iantM addition to Jull --_.. $ 180.0 Blk 22. .1 I lots Hampton I ,. '' .'f" grounds bolng about 400 ex N 115 yards _________ 3 6 22 20 j) E. Starling ____ __ JR.71 1
_ For payment of one out- n..achYV''%I of SWVi\ & '. ( -
I ft13 & W & 100 ft N & SEVi of NWVi & AVV of
_ standing warrant. addition ... : : *
to Jail. _____________ 1000.00 S-e\\'YJ 24 of&8l'of J3"i" of SEliNEVi RWV or. S 'r Mon lake' chore _________23 1 21 n. L. Xlle --------------75.90 SAVVi of NE'i _____u____ 4 6 22 50 A. J. Bryan ________ 29 !'

& a strip alontcside N ,' S N\V't ot S27ex 1 acre In SNFl EVi!! of NEV of SEVi' '< ______ 4 8 22 20 Unknown _._______ llitlJ
.or .. ____ --25 7 21 II. .Anglls Hall __ _
______ 33.11
Total" _____ .__ _.._____.$1180.00( of .. -
OutMfiinillnic, IntlehteilneMNFor hounded of Shy NEK lake -SE\4\ 23 7 21 Unknown -.' ..-___.,_ 3.74 N''' & Nta of S134 ____.____27.1 21 400 H. If. Smith & Cu. __.___lU4.28 NEV of NB'5 6 22 40 J. F. Klckllter _-________- 1M! :!
NWV, ot bolPJIJV;,. of WVi\ of NWV\ & NAVV of
,
*
_ _ laving obligations outstanding Ilk 23 3 lots HAmpton Eoof/ I .
____ _______J25000PnbllrKr Iteach. 'sl4' l .ot SW'1v4 &; NW4&I E"" of SWI, .& H 6 Acres of ...
5 "'Ell. __.28 1 21 180 R. 11. Smith & Co. ____.135.24
of SriH of "Wli !> ..' ---- -- SWU or sWVi ______ 5 6 22
a S N.W'of NE\4\ ot 2EV -of ---- 126 Fannie T. Pattle _____ 66H
: For making exhibits at state Sa e 24 & KJ( of SE'' or 5- .. ,," \ Hy __ ___ __ 29 7 21 8 R. S. Surrency----------- 11.93 NbJ\\< of S.j'' 5 6 22 40 D. A: Judd ___________.._ 2120
fair ___ ________ & strip. along N ..sWot sWviVx'lTiiracreaA .
_110000 N13V4 a ,
NW'4 of BR'4 ________29 1 21 40 H. n. Smith
S .' & Co. ______ 8U.22
It with thereupon resolved side of \ of i EV4. 5 W 8 ncies _. ---____ j& 8EV 22 25 __ 2070
________ that the .NEVi S NFS l< 1 lot S Sam Ghent _______ _
__ .
B 23 7 21 Unknown 3.74 :Zrrot tr of < & of
lake NEV4< \ NAVVi
Clerk of the Circuit Court be dl. bounded by V- "' & 1 lox to J. !ft(
-.
', raIded Blk 24. 0 lots Hampton S i" NEVi< : .___.... 6 6' 22120 __ 3t
to huva the foregoing astLtnates .' 1oveare & It acren In S\V -- F1. J. Pattee ______ 60
.
>,as made by the board, of Hesch. W<, Of swv\v8o S V.1, *. corsof NW"" ot SW'4 & C SEVj of NEVi -------____- 7 6 \\ 40 r'. J. Qulna ____________. 22 St

county commlnHlnners published In anewspaper WV4 2.t Sl-f'i -S .,:' : SW'4 of NW' lean 1 acre _____---------- 1 8 2J 160 Unknown __________ 77.9J
Wfe/.of
_ Hee A I3'V' of 8EV4 of S S7 SAV 2 acren Iii
In this S In NE tSw1 i'N'
county by one Insertion cor & SW4 <;>
.. N ( SW ; of $W
& strip i cor
and that a copy 'th..reof NE'J a along S ---_ n_ 29 21 lU C. D. Roberts _._________ U.6 ?
-sld \ SEW or- I Iacren & WVi of SEV* of 114W'8 8 2? 102 Unknown ____ ______ 30.20wit'
\ of
properly certified be BN4lako..f Nlfa NE'i
forwarded to "nr1J -- NW4< .
Unknown ___ 508WH
.
SU H'VOf.
S 23 7 t1. of < SWV 6 *: 2
the comptroller of the state of Flor- In roiW cor of NE% S | : 20 John Toplln ___ ______ 16.41NFISlJIt
-< of aWl of &
NWVi
M lots Hampton EC
Dlk 25. S .
Ida. S < !,fN_ _4 W of (Ittiley.. ,_ __ S ________
.ach. WV. of *SWV. & ftN' 'n of NWVi 10 6 U
40 Marks 48.6J
_ _____ .__ A" Qllreath __
7-19-Jt-S-Z \ of 81<:1of 8WV4Bee .' oran..n of : jlU <:1 "" SI..u. WaltOln _.____-___ Z..Z3 N> i 'A NE'/4 of n

---- 14 &: EVi of SEVi of S S ..'" SVi In of Sw NAVVi Cor of NEW NHVi\ A" of 10 NAV"* _u _-_____-10EVi 41 22 80 J. F. Klekllter __________ 6451

NEVi &: .a strip along N : NE'4 AV.of Oulley Branch, C of NF3Vi"of SE'4 ____11 8 22 20 R. A. Week ________.:__ 12:63EIvof

NOTICE! side of SN''Y\.k"ef:; S1/ "_.t._ .:. ...:_....... 5.23 A NEVi:' & NWVi\ of V/dj of JiJ\o\ of BEVi:! of
bounded _----23 T fl -- Unknown E/4of 59 SW' _______ ____12 8 22 10 W. Hunter Harwood 873,
T. '
---------a&o 7 21 V. Wasdln
Tn Bile 28. IB Iota Hampton 't' '- : t ; ,. &E4of SWVi -113.H SE\4\ of SWU 6 22 10 F. A. Powell _.____:::: 841
'ircait S
Courth EfctEtVW&
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S Twenty-Sixth Beach. WM' of SWVi\ AWin S :t l- '; W: of NWi --13 6 22 80 C. L. Peek _________ 41.95
100 _
Judicial Circuit of Florida. In and \ of 8F3V of "SWV.8ec ,. I- l"",' "" i ;0' ___ ____ 30 7 21 C. B. .Robert. _________. 49.21 NW'14 of NWVi( of SWVi &:
WA
f for llmdford. county. S 24 A. E'/J of SEVi or '.. '. S .-.' :';' /'I'VVLot of SWH SEV.__\____ASWV _30 1 21 60 C. L,. Peek ___ AV Vi of SEVi of NWVT___14 8. 23 30 <". T* Peek __,_ ___ H.ll
Board of Dond Trustees. of \ : S ; __________. 8057
Brad ,
_ NISVi' & a strip along N .' : NWV* of NEVi'of SAVVi'iW'4 22 10 J". T. Parker _: ::__ :::: 843
ford County, Florida, a body side of NEVi\ of t4E4 h., I' '\'); NUjof NWYtor NW%______32NWV 1. 21 20$ C. B. Roberta _______- 101.4 of EVi of KU'/i' ofNWVi "" -

corporate. bounded 8 by lake _____23 1 21 Unknown >* \.. ',.,..- ...-___ 8.21 % : A NVi of.NKVi _______14SW',1 OS 22
Petitioner. S ,Ii : 0, '? N h ..__ __ 33 7 21 120 R. }f. Smith & Co. _____ 69.60 :. -' --- --- 10 J, Homer, Llvlng-ston ____ 8.73
Blk :27. 18 lots Hampton ; of "NEViSWVi ____________36 7 21 40 J. p. Potts of NEV & SWVi\ of I.
4 vsJames ,f' l .___________ 1834
S lIol.n..y.l and wife, Wof lleach.\ WU SEV of SWItI\\VIM&: I :S' 'r'- of NWVi- ____________25SEVi 4 21 40 J. T. Marr ____________ 22.84 SVi N7 of NEV' !- ex- _.10___,!creS_In 14 8 23 80 J.. M. Trilby ____________ 4225

_ Florence Horimby. of .S 'j of SEVi ---_-27 4 22 40 K. C. Cannon ____________ 23.84
S Sec : E'O of SEVi ;:.... 8W cor & NEVi<\ of SEV oficvrifii15
; NW of .. 40 K
1).f..nlI.nl. I 34Vi 4 22 C. Cannon
( ,P8o& -- _____. -22.84 '
N\J1 -
N -
strip along NAVV : 22
CON>liM; .VATIO.V: a of NEil or 8V4of ; 80 J. M. Truby ___________ 4255
;
Ntlr side, udJ 8NI by 1'I..k"ef _"SBVi._ 23 7 21 'Unknown _.- ....1.:....___ 8.21 NVi of lots 1 A 2 less All In WVii sec\ 15 of& a frac of tE'r:! .
-- E In SW ___ .__ 30
S. TO ALt PEUSON3 INTRRESTKPIV Blk 23 10 lot Hampton Siieach acres cor 36 4 22 IJ. II. Pollard _________ 26.88 of SB* Sec 16 & a frau
of A of
SVn NBVt NV-j SEVi
Oil 1IAVINO; UIKNS UPON:; I IPHolIRTY WU, of %V't & I .' S of NWVi A SWVi; of NWVi I of NBV of NEVi See 21 &" .
THK FOIl.O\VINl'' I>KSCnil KT>
/ I
\VI; ;: SITUATE, VlNtt 24 &: KVt' of HE'., of S .. ".' : sec 22 all 13 of 11
AM> HEIxn I.V: I1UADFOHUOUXTY. ,. ,. NWti of 1 HWIJ>: A NV of 1'1.eX. S ....
NEVi & .a Htrlp along N acres South & East of
SEV A N'of SU of
_ < FLORIDA : -v ,.: f..l ,, SEV* _
sld. of NEll of SB'bounded \/ 1 4 public road sold Saunders -
Commencing at West line of S S liy ,lake _____23 .1n: Unknown' _<" ,;jill',", 8.21 A NVi of SW'55 of SVi A.SWVi titTBWVi: _of_36 4 .23 337 Mrs.S Mabel B.. Nelt ___,234.42 In Sec. 23 15 16 21 ..__22 6 22 64 Rev. O. A. Thrower .___ 4._.._,_
Nortneaiit of Northeast --.l.e -- NIt ;
quarter /fII' A :
Blk 2SI. 18 Iota Hampton ; 5 fiao of EV.J of SK'i Sec
; A WHof SBVi of 5
quarter 33 feet South of the center -1 <" ,,< swft ''
Ilea
.5 exAV
_ line of 8tate Road. Number. 4K .an now WVu of #KYt' -. S :I"l'l.c'$; 15 acres & NVi of-dE'i' S NEVt' nee 21 'V,of ry-22 I

lain out and hard surfaced and runthence Sec 24 &; 131-J of SEVi of & SEV of (an'ex: S .acres. 16 ___. ___-___.21 6 22 22 n-v. O. A. Throw4r13.91
ry
Utmtnrlr and parallel with ISEV* A. a .",rip ahnK' N S S 1 Hunt of In 8Y- N\Vt of HAVCi ---------1$; 6 24St 4i) Mrs. L. A. Kuhl ._ 21.2)

said State line ef toad said. Number .48 to theEitet ,j, en.IJ NK'141..k"et ?B:. -. \,: S i 4V acres)way___________-___ 1 B22 280 8. J. Ounn -S --. -______.243.33 NWV* of SWV* of NEV ____111 B 10J' If. Truby ___.__:_::::: 11.81
Northeast zt SRI: ____
________. quarterof s liy --- 23 7 Unknown.S -.jt. .- 8.21leach SV-j ex 16 acres In SVi-ry of NEV --_____18 6 22 40 Matilda Dixon ---h_____ 4O.J5

said Northeast. Ka.nl. Line'quarter of thence Northon I, Blk 30. 15 lots Hampton S right of way ......____ 2 B__22 304'S. J.. dunu _______..262.4 SWV of of NWVt of E.t::_1 6 22 10 Texas Robinson _____ U.R
said Northcaxtquatter of & KV4 of : _
[ SWVi : \ SAVl-4 18 8 22
\7
S S 1S OOI 5 6 7 8 21. 22 21 37 5 30. Unknown _,______ 2 ).4U
cif Nnrtheaitt quarter lit! wu of MhloOf swv, 88 30 40 41 41 4J: 45 46 49505t&2635465565734 9 acres In NE'A' of Z..BLi. Sec
ft thence Westerly and parallel Sec 24 & F.4{ of HEllo of S S 21 bounded N by land of S

with nId Stats Hoad Number 48 NE* & a strip along N 60 61 62 63 44 In Wood- N. D. Hag-atnan M by Center -

_______________ to the Went line of said Northeast HliJe: of NKVi' of SEVi 5 I S, lawn ______._____.10 S 22 310 T. B.llamby __-175.57 st. E by ry less 100 ftsquare 5 .
of Northeast' hounded 8 by .lake..23 7 21 -------- In SE Also 20
quarter cor.
quarter thence _
Unknown ,_ -- 8.21 : trf>ts 30 33 42 47 '48 62 57 S SIn 5 .
_ South on said West line of Noith- Blkai9 lots HamptHeach Woodlawn. __________11 5 2270 T. It. Hamby ___ acres of Sees 16 & 21 described :.. 1 S : ."
____ 89.50 .
east quarter of Northeast. W'of $W'S as follow: Deg U J ,i4'ss! \ ". s,' .. ..
; 1.I. ,
quarter ,
: Lot 43 In Wcoultawnit 6 :ti: 10S Samuel Clark ..
_
: ______
\ 9.06
.4 feet to the point of commencement W'/! 24:4 HKV" of R VII ',. S i- ., '' .'' I. t S r[.(,t 22: In Woorilawn _____. 11 22 '10 J.-At. ..Truby ______I 0.06 at a pt In center of ry ', 5S5.., .5 : S
4I I. I
_ being & strip of feet H.-c : of SKVi of '\' ,.. 55Ni14 "\; ,. E'4 ofV'4\ ctIE/ of 416 ft to an Iron post In :" .

wide North and Mouth a 'dn13:3: feet, & a strip along N .'''; 'I" I". :(' >1'""', ,.\ W NEV\ : .; ___. ...*_____12 K 21 10 J.' A. Oraham _____ ___.036 centerof ry track near < S.*' ''. 'l\" 5' '
more or lean long Kant and West side of N13V. of /8EVi: : .11 J" ", SW of SWVi of NWVi 5 12 20 Thomas/ p Temple store A run W ;-- ) ''s \'
d In the Northeast quarter of Northeast fllk'azl S by lake ..___23 7 21 "';.i* Unknowns:. -: -.--. --..-- C.98 Lots 24 25 ft 1 c--f : foster ____. 14.8D 14 degrees N 1320 ft- ; S ."-..

quarter. of Section 37, Township lots HamptonHeach ,< > lot 23 In Wooitlnwn< ____13 rf 22 It Sirs. lit. S. Brown thence N 14 devree ,' S ", '' 5
1
.r; ____ 43.80 66O t t\ 5
Pi
SWA .s ft thence E 14 .
'V.\SI.of\ & deK'eea S
;
6 Houth. Range 22 Kast. and ., Ints 39! 43 In Woodlawn.13 5 21 20 J. M. .
: ': J'f-' "" ( Truby _________. 13.37 5
mnradnar State Hoad Number 4$. WVi of SEVi!$ of 8WVi ,. : ,. jl' SW'i. of HWV! of ____14 10 N 1320 ft thence N 5
'J 5 S. Ullne
________. WllEKKKOHi: : : You and. each of Hue 24 & Eli of SEVi of .\', ..W:\ d '.' iSBVi 22 ___________ 906 .en AV 640$ ft S

_ you art required to be and appear NBV!* & a strip along N '.:" -S ,, J.(.,*f...I Ir! JIo.. Lot Lot 42 80 In In AVoodlawn Woodlawn14__ __14 .6 22 10 1A T. B. Hamby ______ 848 thence' B 14 degrees N to I S
.
.I in y :: :\.. :.. 6 22 Unknown _____. 17.67 S
the Circuit Cnurt of the 281"h-.Judicial side of NE1, of UEVi' S : >, Lot 43 44 In -- center of ry track thenceS
WoodlAwn
Circuit of Florida, In and forUr..df..r" bounded 8 by lake --23 7 21 -- Unknown .&_=- .-.- -_ 3.Hl1..acn. Lots 5 6 1 8 9 10 II 1Z 13.14 5 22 20 J. M. Truby. -__________ 17.11'7 on ry to b"l ex 4'<

County, on :37th day of Blk 3.', 5 lots Hampton .' '- o -. 24 26 & all lot ,lid In acres on W deeded .
53 .
4 July .\. D. 1930, to show what .Intsient W'4 of SWii.fM1 Woodlawn: H. n. ColemAn ___u_111. at_ R_ T____ Y_.._. _>, ._ .4
_____.___ 130 n !! .c
H\V'/\v' _15 B. .
you have In above describedproperty :! ) __ \ 1,1., '\ 1- S Lots 19 20 29 30 I In Wood- 11.22 T. Hamby _;-_________ 74.23 SEt, of NE\4\ &Eot8W A.....' s.'vanrpent t.o.OL __ ,1. '
'S and to chow /'I.. :uIt -TJH! of 1'11' ;:'. of "- Et4 'S. ,
,
cause why t lawn ._ 15 B 22 40 A. Z. Adklns __ -" ---------1 a 70 J. J. Truby _._:. ....___11
& ---- ------ _____ 23.14 NW of 2 .
NBV\ sw 68
_. .Kl<{ property should not be taken : a strip alonir N ,t .. ; S Lots 39! 40 41 42 In Wood. }
for uses ana purposes set forth In side of NEV* of Sb3V<, .. *' .' lawn IB 5 40 \V" acres A N It acre &: .
I'etftion of Honr l of Hand Trustees. hounded Sby lake ____23 7 SI Unknown .' -....4.-. __. 4.n Lots 1 2 3 -5 6 -7--8-!-l--12--14-- 22 A. n. Bodwen. -----___..23.14S 8V. of SWVi ex 6 acies In'f 0

of Bradford County. Florida a body, BIk 34. 11 Iota Hampton S : *i'. t- 15 16 17 18 23 31 39 40 41 SW cor A NE< SVVt
corporate, to condemn and take said Heach. W.. nf &: S S \\'IL\ 53 54 In AVoodlawn A 9 acres W of'p'tb rt
____
tlW"\ 16
T.
:22 ,210 B.
\ Hamby .
J' ___115.B9 .
WVsi of Bfni V' : : ------ ..
) for else .
property Paul'I I .. S : S Lots 5 11 11 21 S27: 28 33 inW tf\WtaT .
S be barred of right' title.8.aOrtot Interest Sec 24 &" KVj" of SEV* ofNBV ". ., 34 35 88 17 34 A NVi of : 22 154 J. C. DeBevoIse

In and tu said. property.This A" a strip along N S. \ ,S "'.; ... Lot 89 &: all Iota 40 U 44 NEVi of 22 40t Unknown __-----15.11
notice shall. be published. InS side of NI'Jof< SEV ; 45 44 51 52 &6 57 81 .3 I! ?.' B NE'1 2.
the Bradford County bounded S by lake _____23 7 ; :- Unknown_ ftu'lii.s.. 8.72 a ? i-s. ?r 23
Telegraph a : ?
,, newspaper published In. Bradford Blk 36. 12 lots Hampton S ) "Lot in. Woodlawn'& NH_ of---t --.22--17 '5 23 285 T. B. Hamby --.._____133.SB. II of SW of SW\\i.TvtirN.W .--1..1 1 Sam Tlaon. _____ 15.68AVlllIe

1 County, Florid. once a week for Beach of W"). of IIW.\ A.' S A ..1111 lot 28 & EU Oft I lot S W0are. acre. ------1 5. 22 1 Ann Del&.a.. II.20
t WVii SKVi V S ot S
four consecutive weeke.S II A. all lots S. :31 41 42 .
Witness my hand and official seal Mee24&Iof8ESoNL. Snide .. '..' ..' 44 49 50 51 51 63 54 65 8* 'Sl ot tWIAt. -----1 6 21B 8 H A. Green ____ 15."2
tc this Und day of June. A. t>. 1923.O. : -& .a strip along N ... 57 SU 61 62 8J 44 In Woodlawn % 40 ,
of .', of NEC ------1 II altrTayior...______ 4DTruby I
NEVi of ', of
I Clerk Circuit. W. Court ALDERMAN, Ilradford; buunded S ty.k.' .SEV.! ..<.23 7 21 Unknown. ,J--. ___ (.72 Lot 59 In. ____--_.___..18 E- 23 235 T. B.. Hamby --_____13282 NVYVt.-x4dacresonWTde? 1 8. : 202S1 .Hercule* _..__ 1.1.4
AVoodlawn
t S .. ____:18 1:1: 10 Paul C. CopenT .
S Blk 36. 12 lot. Hampton i, .' _.... 9.0S & of MV
'. 's Nii & I
SE1/4 of-
(Copy Heal 1 County, Florida. lleach W', Lot 6 In AVondutwn _____IS .S 23 it) S W. )d. Ueddlllh ______. ,
of r 0.06 SW'4 :If of
KNIGHT & KMlnHT. Stai. 'ke, Fla. WV>, of SKV. of SWVi\ t5L, tI' S :: < W<4 of lot 33 A all lots.3D S SW ( rOld ---U. 8 2 J. C. DeBevols ....___200.
Attorney. tor I'ellt. on..r. .l' "* '. 3? 19 &: EVi of lot 40 A \ : 0 e 40 Louise William 34.39'
J Mr. _
..2.St720 Sec 24 A: EVj of SE'4' J':. ..1" S NVi of lots 43 44 SVi of NW .3rllSrKNWVi _

; NF3V side* &of a NEVi strip\ along of HEVi N '.\' lot 67 & EH nf lot 41 A \ of SEW'oT'swlI'lZll--------U 8 2 40 Truby A Hercule* ___ U.U

bounded S hy lak. __.\_23 7 21 Unknown.: _____, 4.71 Lot all 15 lot A 64 jVi In of Won lot
St Auguttlne Shoulder slopes Blk 37, 6 lots Hampton .. ,* _" Woodla\' 17 In Blk 4 8 U 3 W E
*I .nd ditches on road to Hastlng-i Heach, WL4 of SWA l.ot..2 :3 4 702i3'14 _11__19 5 22 IS Berry: E. Rosier S _____ t.33 of Vi see line of Iyint Of
WVSi of SKInf SVVti '
will b. rebuilt I It SeC24&EofgEof 23 U IS U 27 lIS & W. Nn\ of SEVi A SWC of

t : : -S.- of lot SI II) WoV JTruby
vl 6.91
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, ........(j .... ."... -.I, itor to St, OoorKo Saturday after ------------- ----- frl'!nd, who exhibited a letter in\ Fprt Myera During past I Tarpon SprlngH ronntv win Talluhu LI" EM.nation! work

'. Keystone Heights : I IiIIl. noon.Mr. U N, Crawford and son, Cecil ,I IlKOUKKIC Jt.MOK tIMUt I I II which: the bishop, seeking to allay mouth lorn! man shipped more I build stornKe warehouse and road I oil underpaifi at fit., Ausutittcecroatlng i
throughout Virginia
goss that h >
.. 1I a OlCd n, Cor. .1 were visiting Jacksonville \ "SCHOOL NOTKH: I p < Ulan $200 crates mangoes. fort-man's homo in this district completed *
was a food, profiteer admitted ho
I TavareH Montverde. Fern dale, I Port) Myers--Up to date tourist
Fort
Pierre's
: j airfield
................... Tuesday. I had purchased 650 barrels of flour Howey I will Boon
and Aatatule, will consolidate ramp belng'egtabllwhert on 10-turd ho! equipped with airmail beacon 1 1IIghtA.
Tuesday lIght! dances at the I The ,JJrooker Junior high school with his own money In the name' hlKh BrliooU. nlte oi, Uroadway. .

c Th' seem to be gaining in ........................ is now enter.n: the third week offchool of the Blackstone Female Institute -
,\\\'HI!?? a Methodist college at Blackstone -
fiom the in- with an enrollment of
v. Judging! near
:
nlii.n, ,cI i attendance laat Tuesday : GRAHAM : ICO pupils, and Is progressing nicely Va, of which he was president
I" .. .
,gilt!, The decorations and Jlght.irp ........ ................. under the able management! ofMr The bishop's contention In the
Laird and
the faculty.
add much to attrncvW -
-is
,
<
I Mr, and Mrs. Felton West tetter was that he bought the flour
of the dances.on brook The faculty this! year Is: C. S
*
events of and Laird, principal ninth grade Inez to protect the college against a
of the happiest daughter. Margie, of Omega ;
Niiman' possible shortage, but he did not
the entertaining of Tallahassee, sixth and
he >('Bi' was Ga, are "visiting her mother, Mrs
piiinugh' I-.ee. Camp, No. 7 and Elta Reynolds. eighth; Blanche Burgdorff, Bush- explain what sudden developments

lie,.,11 i .II'\, ;' of Ocala( by Mr. and Mrs Mi'. and Mrs. N, S. Crawford nell, fifth and seventh; Louise occurred In the situation making
it safe for him to sell the flour
K.nner. with a picnic dinner and daughter, Letha were visiting TIpplns, Green Cove Springs" third
-tinriMl.o, on the beach of Lake Mrs. A. O. Brown last week. and fourth Josephine Rorabaugh, within a few weeks after the purchase

, 'rnpI'' About fitly were present Miss Cleo IteynoJda has returned Clermont, first and second; .Mrs. ; I. .' \

11)11" the chicken and host of home after spending two weeks Laird, primary. .
"\a,' Company completes modern
'<11'111' I The guests left early In : Mrs. R. M. Jolinnon U on the installed in the school. hardware store .
for the drive home andIJrt Faculty and students are workIng -
e'' \ nlng sick list.Va wt: h her a speedy Winter Garden.-Council orders
,-.;td the wish Uiat Mr. and over t:mo these days _frying ; i-l
recovery.
I :\ street lights placed In four street -
Foitner repeat the invitation Mrs. A. G. Brown and children to get their window boxes "ready' intersections.Vrotspioof.

"s. for flowers In their rooms.It Construction will ,
Hubert -
v ar nnd Thelma, Mrs. N.
AI ,Did 1111'". Hays and daugh- Crawford and daughter, Letha would bo of Interest to anyonl.oto start soon on passenger depot for BlJLT; BV BUUC '
visit the diffeient of Line railroad.
Coast
1 \\'lima and Eva leturned to motored to Gainesville Tuesday room Atlantic .
the school the fifteen minute Inverness Davis Hardware
Thursday trom during
I .'"',1'' Heights see Mr. N, S. Ciawford who laIn -
''I,, ,i III, .,.11, where they liave spent the hospital. health instruction and eserc:no Company Bank moves build stoie' to Citrus
County ng .
?.1 i two months.M Mr. Lucian Thomas and Oren period and see what 'is being done Miami Beach -- Contract awarded : BODV BY'F'DS'E ERA
Mrs J. H. Lawrence( and to safeguard the health of the future ,
,ud Harper motored to Grdhura Sunday construction of, $25,000 two-

r ,1 vena of Orlando slater of .night. citizens. story offlc6 building

''r' I IW'qnce left Monday morna Mrs. A. O. Brown and Thelma The.measurlnK tacky party spon- Mount Dora Lakeside Inn.
pored by the P. T A., was a decided will $100,000 additions and remodeling.
? ;,., month's visit with relam made a business trip to Jacksonville get GUARANTEE OF EXTRA
,I" Pennsylvana.: Wednesday.Mrs. success, not only from a financial .
Anderson left Monday view point; but also from a .
Vivian, Newn R'chaid of Tampa,
,r i onneaut Lake, Penn, where I Is visiting her daughter, Mrs, II pleasure' View po'nt, The proceeds l'I.I nK'S I"I"A*C'I' .., !IIT''rI: II ....r
of Paul and were $21.33. This will be used l'UVIi'I'Y"'VIout: : i'
will l be the guest K. Roberts. VALUE
irl cooper formerly of Keystone Mr. Aubrey Brlnson motored to to purchase scales for weighing Monthly flnnncini fitnmment of _
the children, and the balance will Bradford. county for the month of
'elgbts. Graham Saturday moinlng.Mrs. June, 1929.!) '[

D E Pangborn made a business Nlta Padgett and Miss go things.on first aid supplies and other Hal. June 1.Grnrral* __Fonda,-- _-_ _--- 89,78 "Built b/ Buick"only the Marquette in features as:a remarkable new non-glare
}
Ocala Monday. Thelma Brown shopping In _____21: )7,B5
Jlp to were Heceliitn during month the modarate-prico field can offer that windshield, to be found on no other H" ,
The little Miss Bubanks of Lake
J. E. Larson and durln month' ____ ..,
Mrs. Warrant ??'S2
Mi-. and left Tuesday morn1 Starke Mondc)". City was a pleasant visitor: at MM. July 1. 1928 ___________11>21.48 priceless recommendation. This remarkable automobile;adjustable driver's seat,and
'
,iby daughter, Mrs. H. S. Wasdln, who was called fine and Forfeiture KunrtHal. i \
in feature beautiful mohair
six rubberized
Penn.t where they school this the past week. June 1. 1929 _..________1130,02H..cell1h. new provides every new upholstery i:
Altoona the bedside of her mother .
1(? for to ______2011.51 the unstinted thai has forever and
short time with Mrs. She was a former pupil of durtnf month) goodness waterproof, dustproof : j
III upend a returned home Sunday. and her Warrant during month ____ 1139.118 established Buick in the public mind as wearproof-shown for the first time on -.it
school
Mr. and Mrs. the Brooker many _____ \ I
arson's parents, M'ssThelma Brown spent the Hal. Julv 1, 11129 4.n3021.ji5n..1 1 '
will also friends enjoying have her with ,URI Fond a master builder. Extra quality is everywhere Marquette. j ; \
IJuzard. They Edna Wil ______. I
rank week-end with Miss Hal June 1. lS.it! .-.-- 2JJ5 37H '
,
Larsqn's parents in Shefld I again. .>celpt during month __ ,___ .83Wiiininti -to provide extraordinary brilliance i
Bit Mr liams. .____ The great resources and unparalleled t
month
The P. T. A. will meet In regular during / in performance unfailing '
,
Penn. Mrs. Isola Shaler spent several Unl. July I. 1929 ___u____ ___297020IMlbllcUr facilities of Buick and Fisher have com ; :
Keystone Heights session next Friday at 2:45p. Fond dependability in service, and unlimited "
About fifty the ban- days of last week with her mother m. The ninth grade Will! entertain BHl. June 1. 11129! _- ___ _-__ .70IlecelDtS'durliifC satisfaction in ownership.On bined to provide a greater measure of
OIle, attended month ______ 284,65VariBnts extra value than of comparable :
Friday night given here.Miss with a short program after \ durlnir month _______ any car I
,'i at the Inn Knabb, Mr. U. Dorothy Barry of Tampa, which the regular business will be lial. July 1. 192'!) ___ _____ 861>.35 its staunch and sturdy chassis: the price offers. ;
.1, honor of Senator Is visiting her grandparents here OnlBtnnitlnir, Fund ,\\
; Weld as chairman Introduced Mrs Nlta Padgett was 'vis:ting attended to. Each member is requested Hal. June I, 1SI2SI ______ ____1nll,* Marquette carries closed Bodies by At the first opportunity see and drive the 1 f. :
_____ .
HJWiurnntH of the
to Invite someone to attend. llerelntM durlnK month Fisher-the latest expression
as taastmaster. ____ Marquette. Check feature make .:
E Larson her mother Sunday. during month 518.63 every ,
_____.. .__ artistry and craftsmanship of the world'sgreatest
Keystone Heights residents are Mrs. Etta Reynolds! Cleo and .... ---- Hal. July I. 1929 505.61Widow'M builder.'Smarr every test. :

ieved to learn of the death ofra Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook were y June 1, 1112't! I'onnloiiHftl. -- ___ .-__ SIS.5J body low-swung
John Uet enmann, which: oc- Sunday UU.\"II\.US Hi-celiitM dtutnw ihnnth _____ :ZB4.(>(1Wacrnnts tines-the \\last word In modern good The Marquette is easy to own. Talk to : ,
visiting lier daughter, Susie ...-- during month ____ 17.60Hal. taste. Interior and exterior finishes of dealer about it. You will be surprised
,rrul at her home hi Franklin at Fnlrfteld. of New River, July I. 19211 __________1084.74Aicrlfiilturnl your !:1'
.
Walter S bley
Mi.
Monday. July 22. Mrs.mnann closed I. IIIM! pleasantly blending colors. Tailoring at how economically you can buy '
:m Our tent meeting! was was visltliiK Staike Sunday. Unl June I J. 19J .,______ 7.filRruellitii
the liberal G. M. A. C ,
liau for several years Sunday night, We all enjoyed the Strickland wasvlsUln duihiK month _' _.__ 2at...68WntinntH and appointmentsofexceptio'lal quality a Marquette on '
winter months in Key- Miss Evelyn <111.11111' month__ -_.. l 115.1111 and completeness. And such value terms. '
,1 ihe loved by all meeting very much. (on)I< HelphtH and wa of ItiiMilInK Fund .
Uor She was the molhu /. Dan Borce pnd family Vial. June 1. 111211 l _-- ._- ,ROIKccliil" BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN

I nil iw Milo Rergin and Mlsa Mll- ....... ..... .9......... Jacksonville were visiting :Kingsley 'rants. rtui'ltiK duilnn month month -___-_-_ 284 5000Unl. .HIWai Canadian Factorlet DUWon of General Motors Build.riof. ,

n nraaun.,' Lake Sunday. July 1, l'JJ _ 243.45t McLauQhlln-Buick Oihowa, Onto Corporation Culck and Morqu.tt Motor Cart
i L: : EROOKER JO Our sl'hoolls progressing nicely.Tnli hereby certify that 1/orennlnir'
',!II i J. II Lawrence and O. iVnrlo finlneyMl" third week. IIIal..m"t, nhowhiK balancea at thhPWlnnlMK ..
JIU : Is
Gainesville Thursday our / of nnd, nt the ending:: of .
$965 $1035
\ wert' :n Mrs.[ Jaule Green of Miami/ is the month heieln above jifatecl. and to ,
1 I'1 'J ncs.M ...... ....... ......... vis'tins: her mother, Mrs.\ M. O.Grtffls. of the I receipt* and< wnrrbnt* IxxucddurlnK :
ind Mrs. W. It. Ogden and Kald nronth corn |>ondn with Thrie fcric f, e. b, Buick Factory, upcclnl equipment eitm. Murqafltm tlrtlvortd pr/ce*
: .* Lubedla Pin holster wnsv'slttng the r"rd... of my otllce, and l true includa only r.a.nllable ci"rrf" lor dalivfty and flnanvintt.. Convenient tcrnu can Mariunued
L, Bird were In Starke Monday. last Saturday Miss Verlle Davis of Lakeland and frrieit to the het of mv knowledge on tlio I bcrol U, M. A. C. Tim Payment Plan.Conitdor .
: In Alarhua: nnd belief. I ..1"0 cettlfy that
-- thmdIiYrJprioi at wtl. t/te htl prlctwhtn comparing alomobil ..1.....
Mi'. II. B. Cr'ot-by was visiting was visiting her uncle Mr. Davis the following. ) IH a lint of nil cuuntvIcpoMUirlen

............."' "o....... In Starke last Saturday.Mr. of Starke. earn( nt the clone, Hhoulng of the the month balance! herein In

9 H. P. Galney was visiting -.- Irxt HtateH, and the amount, ot security gister Motor Company
TIIERESSA : fui nlHhed by ea .h Huch d"po*-
!In Gainesville last Sunday Bishop Is Accused Itorv nnd the amount of Inti-rext
:Miss rthoda Zelgler Cor. Mr. and MrR. C. S. Kelley and paid or cie llted during Huid fiionlhby

..),..... O ........... I children>l daughter and ,Mr.Gene and and Mrs Misses La'rdan Of Hoarding Feed aoHltMWltnexH.rurivnt each,: Hnld dally deponltory Lalancca or on time accountof de! WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES; ARE BUILT, IJUIClv WILL BUILD THEM

my liand this ht day of"
Mm L P, Adklnson celebrated Inez Newman, Blanche Burgdorltand .July IM9.:

'r t ventleth birthday July 15th, Miss Mary Mott. were vlsltm Richmond, July 23. Bishop Clerk a ot w the A1.UCP.MAX Circuit: Court: I

.;ompletlng a quiltalone, at five at Eailton last Saturday. James Cannon Jr., Is now charged Bradford county
<'ork p. m.Ve are proud ofi Miss Stellami/e/ Ward of Jnckonville with' hoarding food while others rtlnnche Alderman, 1) C.

i mUHlv an industrous lady In spent the week-end with were winning the war. An authentic 1 t

it ,'ommunlly: her mother. !Mrs. T. P. Ward.M copy of the opln'on, writ .

11anel\ Mrs. A. t,. Sullivan and ,'. L. D., Polk was transacting ten by R.\V' Boyden, chief enforcement ADVICEMANY f

n, Othma were visiting relatives business In Ga'nesvllle: last 'Monday officer of ,the food admin'stratton -
RCCCIVC IT---
I Hampton Sunday afternoon. *. \ and approved by TH WISE PROFIT BY IT* 1 A dry extra-volatile: gdsolme insuring
,
Mi' and :Mrs. Moseley and W. T, Mr.! R W, Brannen of Lake But- Fi-osldent Hoover then food ad- fuiliut Jynit"SimcrimM -

i slor:; of Jacksonville, were vlsng ler'was visiting. friends here last m'nlstrator! denounced tno bis J instant start in any we ther. ,

at the home of J, J. Zelglermday Monday.Mr. hop's war time speculation In flour ;., .

afternoon.Mi and Mrs. L. D. Polk were as both Illegal and Immoral.. Mr. ,, '..

John Jordan of Keystone transacting business In Waldo last' Boyden, a prominent Boston lawyer .' i'

is vis:ting here Sunday.Mri Monday. was an unofficial representative l 2
Goodson, Misses Hilda and Mra. John :Molt was called:, to of the United States on the Cleaner and purer, it burnt up com

''Hma Sullivan Messrs. Charles the bedside of her roother>at Hell- reparations commission after the .. ; pletely, leaving less c rbori. '

,ix and Author Millken spent Sun-... bronn Springs last Frday: and we wa.'. BUI the mtindrw ajvlrecumtl I ll.
aj afternoon at Keystone. wish her a speedy recovery. 'The Boyden opinion was written from thon who .hecitnw wlMtoo ..

Miss! Rhoda Zeigler ret'l1rned"Rle !Messrs Bob and Jean Long of June 6, 1028, In response to a request ItaofhU Intel I John btulneu luffcrrci b, fin the completa He hijuir "

Sunday from a 'pleasant visit North Carolina, who have been by Senator. Carter Glass, ( enouifh Iniuranie to cover lie, I Imo. '

ith relat'ves'! In Wajdo.Mi spending some tlme'here with Mr. then a member of the house June ..<
I W, Wallace was a busl- and Mrs O. B. Colson returned to 1, 1919, Mr. Glass learning that Fits U to bo fund. Coiulder you! I engine: oil.

II II I ''.s vlHltor to Starke Saturday. their home last Sunday. the bishop had purchased 660 bar- Iniunnce tequlremena: today I .
..
I Mi- L. C Zelgler of Gainesville M,'. O. B. Colson was transact rels of flour shortly before the

as visiting his parents here Sun- ing business in Jacksonville last tood administration: law became
'. effective August 10, 1917, asled HAROLD C.. WALL I 4
I) Sunday.Mr. It l Is all gasoline ". pure, unblended -
Mr, and Mrs. Madison Hall and Paul Stewart was attend Mr. Hoover for an opinion on the

I.'. and Mrs. Clyde Hall were vis ing to business: In Gainesville last "legal and moral" aspects of the INSURANCE hiah-test product. "

lug at Earltori Sunday. Friday. transaction STARKE FLORIDA .

Mr, and Mrs. L. K. Cooper, Miss A large crowd enjoyed a party The transaction was brought to \

acllle Dickinson and Ji, P. Dlckuoti at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the attention of Mr. Glass' by a

given Friday night. ____ u__ __ __ _
of Jacksonville were visiting Carl Adklns last

I I.', and Mrs.' J, P. Dickinson here Several games were played and ; .

unday, about the hour of eleven the guests (

Mr J. p. Dickinson was a busies departed all reporting a good I The, FINEST GASOLINE Ever Offered to

visItor to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. I "

J.V.. Moore of Valdosta, time.MI'. Ray Neal of Gainesville was : Southern Motorists '

a., and sIster Miss: Jessie Owsley vls'tlng friends here last Sunday. ,,

Miami, who has been visiting In Mr. O, O. Mott of Starke spent .

Jldosta arrived here Monday to the week-end here with his par

sit their aunt., Miss: Ida Hagan. ents. !Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott-
r Mrs. Old Crawford an4 children '

of Wade were visiting their 'I.MPROYEDCROWN
;..* \..... .......... daughter, and sister, Mrs. Livingston

Zoo/ac"s Beach : Russ here Monday n'ght.

.- H. M. and L. R. Oalney were

...............o.. ...,.... transacting business Jn Georgia I i GASOLINE
t
Ml 6 Hazel Thompson returned Tuesday.
1 ner home last Sat- Misses Fldrene Ward, JosephineChesser vsIi 1. \ '.
at St George' .fI

'ddi) aftf.>r upending several days and,, Geneva Jewell Conerly Horrell.were Mildred via- J ::' / !tJ I A DISTINCTLY BETTER MOTOR FUEL

''J 1 r', :-'uoats of her cousin, Mlas: Cone .: !
Worthlngton Spr:nss!: Sun I ... .tCoowoIA 0.-..._ ..
1 Jia Thompson. itinx f Cleaner Dryer and More Uniform
,
',' last.Mr. HILI..S-l1iH-fOiHJUlton-ReJbuR*-Ronrlie*-Alr.ilui-Anu-} -.
the daY
Lucille GrltSlt spent HoY Neal and T. B Plnholgter I Waterbu&a-CrieLe.&:; anil many other Iu.ccUVrtte
nd here the guest of her Lubedla PiiH.oli.tor. for.JmcftmKtl toetbt.MtCorrnxk Of C..l ll_.. H4.
'' :Jtrn[ M. L. Thompson.M and Misses
and Pearl Oa'ney! were visiting in STANDARD OIL.COMPANY
Darby Gauklni was a vIlliI ,
I,' and New River last Sunday.
Jai'lcionVHle-last Friday
i 1"11'" i J I I Mr, L.: R. and buaineBS H. P. Ga'n.in: Starke were INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY

M. and Mrs. Newn Bradley and transacting r-----------------------_____
1 ,di n, of Jacksonville were' last Friday. -4..4 Oil ,...1.l $_(.., 416U: Bloom St,loulnllle, KI /.
,'''t'ng' I Miss Louise TIppUis. a member I would lili< you to Mnd n. dcUilcd, routefrom
friends here: Sunday.Mr faculty spent the Let (he Standjrd Oil, Touring Service
school '
and Mrs. Garrett and daugh- lof this at her home. route your motor trips for you free ofoWj
r. week-end
Pearl, of Jacksonville were and Ray, tending and detailed
son.
'Ie Mr Dock Andrews you map 10
N.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
wford Sunday. were visiting IP. Lake Butler ladFriday. Information on the best roads whtdt it lo be "tutnttnto tt.4 04 ..._.

and shortest route to tale. N._
MUaes .
Uuby AUne\ and Lorene I of P-nta
Ier and Mlsa Martha Groover 1\11'.K. M. Anderson spending "dd,...

| woodUwn, were the guests of Garda. who has been friend and ....... ....... .... ,
.
!lr- and time here with ,-T- JOc."" ....'1.2'. G.JGoI.r'T C,., Stotoe
., Mrs. W M. Reddish Sun- some returned home 'last n- -. -..,.-r_ IOr.2 ,....... '1..00
.yMr. relatives ......-..- a.-ne
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Marvin Thompson was a TB- day


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TWKI.VK: BRADFORD ("OUST'TI'LRGR'U': STAIIKK.' FLORIDA )'lnf\1', JLLY.e,

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;;; I I.. ) HI i til i i t It]"I I I ,il ( I M'lljilllltltTlll'lllllllllJllliniHll.ltUliHIIIIIUlMr,'' I II.I ||[ | | /|,' to gamble, the board's: privilegeto ty Press. In several paper as ,,,,"i I l -
Bradford TelegraphEstablished ""
County
iV whitewash sinners and the pub- 0--- law. "

1877 r..FR OTHER NS'.l I lic's privilege: to have their opinIon Bradford County Telegraph has --0-_

of both.-Starka Telegraph Just celebrated its fifty-third birth- Our friend Robinson ,,f ?

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"c" ,, All II'''''IIIIIHNNIINIIIPIINIIUA''' '' '!.'! II c:2': ',_ ItllII'' IIIIIIIIIIIIrIIIINIIIIIIIIIIilllr'''''' ''' ''' '''' 1'1'"!"
and Entered Second Class the "wet press," as only such a Inked a Washington, hand press our criticism of the marl, ',,c.? ,
as
Published Weekly on Fridays Bootleggers; pught to advertise I Starke Telegraph tells of a Law- newspaper thinks gambling by a for the Telegraph; thirtythreeyears an 11 year old girl up 'HI, ,II', '

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. "one" thousand miles to the gal- I i tey man growing corn with eltjh-\ bishopis gambling.-.Tallahassee ago. Times-Union. That's weeks ago, that, we don't, KHIV."M,, "I
circumstances
lon. Times-Union., That's ,
Eternity lea fe.n ears in shuck. Some of the lad- \.n.
one
State News.In what we call climbing up *'
S. Matthews___ ___________. _____Owner and Publisher longer jump than that' j I I that corn ls-"sho powerful."-T.U. c 0- der from the bottom to the top No ing editor at an except Incident one when wlm, ,,II i, ,i?,,,, ,:

J. C. Robinson_ Managing Editor --0-' Paragraph Yes, and, some ot Georgia there appears to be a rung.-Jasper News. We have knows the clrcumstain. "'' "UI,
Ri
Young men ot fitarke; are organizing 'thoHo! Bradford hln- I Il'
county rnoon known Avery Powell for a good an editor generally kilo" .
., .. ..-_. a brass band. Starke hall movement to consolidate counties, mil,,
ers and
are distilling
mighty at
powerful the Idea being to merge the different many years, much of which time: principles, and It IH .1 I 1 "
had
t SUBSCRIPTION RATE several good musical organizations corn Juice too.-I'nlin peach counties in each judicial he was editor of a country newspa and a good principle iiiut'1,,, ,
of this kind In
-Times-Union, past years Independent. Our sheriff rises to circuit Into one large ('ountyand per It takes brains to climb to year old girl should noi i I",, ,Ina'

Yearly, $1.50 ; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance ---- Inquire If you can prove that reducing the county governmentexpense's the rung he now occupies on theladder'of rled to any man. i II',
statement. In that state from $22- crlmo against nature. N'
Yes Mabel there !Is difference' : Journalism. lIe is the has
Advertising Rates on Application. a I 000,000 to $7,000,000 been Informed that gin IM III,
between a 'pipe of peace' and apiece --0Alnt' -- one above referred to on the state nan legally be man. ,,
"" """** """ T -- Florida could do annUI\IIY'j 'i. "i r.0., ,
of pipe.-Tallahassee Daily !, this nice--Georgia bans' saving to t the taxpayers, TlniesrUiilon. T Perry lIel'ald.Lesll3 six: years old up, which <- ,,III,, ,IoU',
Cheering news to the kiddies-School opens in five weeks. Democrat. A piece rot pipe- is the Florida Medfly, and Florida never be done until the taxpayers ; ---o-- rage on decency. The uI'n'n< "I''
i stronger and more last'ng.than. a quarantines the Georgia -'peach' are as well organized as the olllce / .George of the Perry Independent Florida have had the )hlu't" ,,,, PI f,
o- pipe of peace scale ,What next?-Folkston, I holders. And think! of the county says he is 65 years old, eight years and they bin ,. ,del| ,, '
Bradford again goes pver the hundred thousand mark in -- -- (Georgia; ) Herald. Swap you limit scraps!-Starke Telegraph. and has more ginger in his! heels nothing to have thin I,1'1,, ,,
That "wave" with! which we ',two Medfltes for one Georgia They woirttlo it In Georgia either. than ,50 per cent of the cigarette against their sex plini. n ,I', ,j.
gasoline. were DO careless as to' pass*through peach, scaling around hundred Madison Enterprise-Recorder. smoking drug store sheiks. A Palm Beach Independent
) and twenty-flve.--Starke Tele- man with gingerIn _.. ,
---G- a Starko with has been broadcast -- -- :sixiy-flve year-old ---()-- -
graph. Bottle them In strawberry his. heels has no kick coming.
The heading in. most every paper-Lowering of Taxes 'vcr all kinds of wave lengths. The Bradford County Telegraphone lion R. A. Green ,n.n
wine and we will-Folkston, If George's heels are as spry as .a
ICJ In Leesbiirg Commerc'al. of Florida's most pungent from th's district, earl ,
Unlikel .-- (Ga.) Herald. his! paragraphs he's still about II| I
.. -- -_ --0f -- weeklies-says, "according to figures olghteen.-Tlmes.Ulllon Gingerin himself proud hero on t th! i ,II",.i ,

to-- Tax: on coffin manufacturers : Tho new tag colors for next year furnished by Governor Carl- his heels! That explains not only by hiM speech but i > IM', |h,
The absentee vote was not originated for the absentminded tncreasetby the senate from' waM//-green and ;white-will be rejected ton is should be possible for .Bradford why George wanted to rent the contact with the peoplii i ,

professors to $50. From the'' cradle to \ In a fellow's face when he county commissioners to reduce elevator for the night at wanted the Ocala to never tort busy to stop n- i ,I'', ?

grave there's no escape. has to pay both personal and license the county niillago! 118. But raggers meeting-he to the humblest of his run > MI',?, ijl,
1--- ford County Telegraph tax before he can ride.- for this year, at least, there cannot cool his heels.-J. C.After Robinson renting in and It is through this and hi'" ,,1"i",.

1 According to the Times Unionthey're shooting them in ly none.--0-Waucbula Brad'j should Starke Telegraph look different At any the rate next he be any reduction" And under the, the Starke elevator Telegraph.even the Ocala police attenton! to the affairs <"r i, ,/I'

in that 0 0 governor's; tax: diversion measures locate Echo an- trlct that he is gaining ncwi ,
the army city. Average cost of each ,bllll' > spring 'when with taxpaying time could not you III
for county and district bond ?-Perry every day His speech ,, ,,.
o i by the\ legislature was $ :', crowding him, that much personal swer-where were you wt- "i ,
retirement this holds good for Independent. the host discourses hn ,,.
Bradford County Telegraph., WasIt property tax would he out of the we .v,
Some of our exchanges with their tax lists remind one of way. Madison Enterprise-Re next year, the year after that and -0- heard Not for one minii' nt d
worth ?
It -Ocala St r. To taxpayers -
the term "bloated millionaires." corder. so on far Into the night.-South News gathering half n century the attention of his hinidi ,).- ,
no; politicians; yes _
t. _--o-- _-0 Jacksonville Journal. :ago was not the dry monotonous listeners waver. The (IUII, ""I'< i h>

-0 The Starke Telegraph FlorIda Starke Telegraph "says Florida -i O-' ch-cfo of today, aC'OI (ling to: Uncle talk was beyond crltlclHm> >"I| i h,

Voters next year will vote on a constitutional amendmentto would be In n beck of says a fix If- would be In a heck of a 11 x if some i Number of Florida: paragraph- Benjamin of the Palm Beach Independent oratory a gIrt pf the god lany, ,

exempt autos from advalorem tax. some substitute for gas should he substitute fhi"gas should be found. i era are accusing Avery Powell of 'who !Incautiously pens county Is proud to IIP ri,>i pl'>i nu
If it old bachelor. They are the following remark: "We provided In the nation's
found -- Tallahassee Democrat. Tallahassee Democrat. being an cong'n"s h i>\ ii|
r I -c-- Well, they could tax the substitute cost lass than gas, we could get all wet. Avery married n Brad- the copy and made up the self-mncle man for whom ih., f,,.

The treasury wars on the bootleggers and.the bootleg- couldn't they; ?-Monticello along. It would be twp years before ford county girl twenty-eight years paper, and visited all the bar lure seems to hold such u h 'II, p",

gers war on Uncle Sam's private stock News the leg'slature coilld Qut a ago. lie has a "wife, one daughter rooms In town' at night to obtain laical: outlook Baker ,",|111'
o- tax on It-Palm Boach Independ- three sons and a; grandson, going tho freshest news."-Starke Tele Press.

o The Bradford County Telegraph en Two years nln't so long In to school-Starke Telegraph graph. That wasn't Incautious, --- ---

Florida's traditional goat is the taxpayer, according to says passed that' through Ivy Clough Starke Johnson Florida/-Tallahassee Democrat Yes, Avery writes like a genuine sonny, and it asn't half a century Men of Florida hav, ;i.?, 'I|

the Tampa Tribune And they swallow the same line of can- "with only a wave." That's carry- --+ humorist, and a genuine; : humorist ago. Less thou twenty years ago. franchise for 83 )'COI'-' 'amih,

ned boloney each election. Ing the new styles to a radical ex- Ivy dough Johnson pallsec\\ I U always bowed down with cares Fifty years 11170. we did not know have failed: to protect wi"' ''I i

.treme.! -Dade City Banner. throu,:h Starke with only !A wave. \ -PaiDl Beach Independent.We- the difference: between type and this particular Inntance. MI, 0-- has not beon shingle pails! Palm llouch In-
Just! wonder If Avery
--0- Goth Is that
-StarKe Telegraph are supposed to be guard!> '1i >1- i
Now that gum chewing in Scotland is growing in favor, The people of this section are I all tho women are wearing: now? I acting a little "like a bachelor, depcn eut, i the weaker sex.--Perr> 1'' ,ii; '

the manufacturers are advertising for the Scotchman who is picking One 'watermelons and -Avon Park Sun. Ragger Rob- when out with the boys You'llhave -0-- The foregoing!: from the Id d
hauling them to Ja ksoDvllle.-! inson, of the Telegraph, of course to be careful about that, old Another change in election laws 'n regard to controversy hi.w. i
chewing the first stick of gum sold in that country. Ziff correspondent in Starke Tele* meant a ,;)erniaii.ent wave Walt boy Milton Gazette. not generally Known Is the ac* pro- the Independent and the Star]

o graph. Se the people; of this city __0 viding that county comml"tlonors
until Mrs. Johnson latches the Telegraph about the marriage! ,
Reports from all sections of the state indicate that taxes Times-Union.are enjoying nitty Ziff! melons Aver Park Uagger at the next The Bradford County Telegraph shall be voted on In the rr'mary' an 11 year old girl: In nniclfot
published at Starke, and most ably from' the: county its n whole. Formerly .'
Times-Un few weeks
Raggero'' nex meeting.- county a ago.v
.ty('
hard to collect. A good remedy 'would be to lower the --- ---
are ion. odted: and managed by J. C. RobIns the comn.lss-'oiiprs: were voted no defejise for the men. Tin wwi'

the tax rate within the ability of the taxpayers. There is only one organization 0-- 'n, managing editor, and E S. on In the primary by districts. Now en have told us that men wi'>ri'
In the state that beats the village I Matthews, owner recently cele- they will have -.nniptilBn the en- low down
trifling! set of '
-o : bands for reorganizing and that's The Bradford County Telegraph brated its| 1 C2nd birthday The tire county for their votes for every and have imp
T'
denied
Scotch jpkes will not stay down and the Cocoa Tribune 1 the Florida republicans,-Starke says that Ivy ,Clough Johnson PUNS- Telegraph Is the first newspaperthe district will have a say-R'j! we also said never they wen n "

helps the resurrection with this one : The Grand Canyon was,, I Telegraph. How-about the chambers eel through" That's Starke "with only a I writer ever remembers read- about the "and:dates of other dlstricto. to women improve everything as 'I i.< i,
of commerce -. TallahasseeState wave carrying the new Ing-and we have been reading Starke Telegraph. Undemocratic -
aug by a Scotchman who lest a nickeldown a gopher hole. News.Starke styles to a radical extrrme.DadeCity I they obtained the ballot n I
It slnco. The have
ever past years In this county :U was nearly nine years age ''I I
---e- --o- Banner Last -time we saw' shown a decided improvement in menus that West Palm Bo.ich shell ,
'of Florida have
women n. IIM
It Is a brave politician, says the High Springs Telegram, Telegraph wants to know other Ivy, she, had .\\)1) a smile and some I! the makeup and editorial page of decide who' will be tfe representatives elect three governors and fh '?
the
what will: happen to the taxers thlngs-T-we guess other the Telegraph and it !II a easily one In other dl..trlctP
club his wife is vice resi I islatures since then. \Vlini I 11
who can put a 'tax on a in whjch things ajll but ,
when a substitute for gas is found. .were right we were of
I of the best weeklies the state. I Beach Independert. Doesn't seem
have made 11.1laws <\
dent. Perhaps that's the reason we have no brave politicians. Why). they'll simply slap a tan on too busy looking at the! smile \to I The writer still considers it his I possible for. such !a bill to slip provement of Florida they since 190'Palrfi '-

-1-o ____:_ the' substitute. Wheat you are able notice them.-Palm Beach Inde- "old home paper.-Baker Coun (I through but it was commented'on Beach Independent.
lo /get around a tax assessor let us pendent. ..
In the day's news is found an item telling of the marriage know.--Times-Union. / a -........ .-. ----- _... ,-- ..............._-,- "-- ---.-" ,-.....--..---
Florldc.'s 'I" Green "" v.::: JI. r.lJ ri'-J1JJE'! :: ,S:!! x .:: .ii'tl.1J- ':
the in1 small .
of a German who sailed across sea a -- '- Ongl'eBSman I
Starke Telegraph refers to male says he will never accept a social -
,
boat. The Atlantic is a quiet old sea compared lo the matri- -
Jaxons as hen-coated: meaning the !Invitation from the white house so "--- I" ', ',! rliJ"rl"'J",::; :'"" "''' ''''''''I' 1 I II'Jlllk'
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"
I'' ''" 'L. '
monial sea. men who get the consent of the ]lf\-" long as the Hoover's are there. I '1,1",, ,, '. ; I,'" ""I "I --- ': "' ,'
r- :, ..'d ',,', ,' ," :. ;"I. ,,' ",",,: ,", Jill 'r'r.,,' : !
This will take all the "''" ,
--.C o- dies before "shucking" their outer zest out of'' ;" I' 1' "ij r. I
"
,; ,
I ;'I ,:, : : .. ,I, ::" "f,!: I'I".i". "," l" ,
the )
And now the "wet press" of the country will be blamed garment In the face of a heat prospect Hoover of a second term for '" :'. '.' "I, II : ,:, I: I ';III'IW"" ll .; '.,
._ wave. Tlines-Unlon..e President Imagine a '''' .. .. .. "I,'" ,
,' ,,: ",, ,". ,,', ,', II: '"
for exposing Bishop Cannon as a war profiteer as well as the white house tea without CongrE'lIs.1 11,1. 'I' ," .Ii' '
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"Ir r II, : !, :I"'I'I I':i'N':;,h1'! :''/ I)I,:"I'j', ::'" .: I t
patrop of a shady brokerage: house. Chickens have a foolish Th? lack of leadership In the man GI'e"in--Johu! Temple GriveII. ; JII III H.i1IHi',: '11f't'",<;,h "";!"rJI" ", ",' II'' # r ,'
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htuREIwas Its outstanding feature : Why not? A pink tea at the I \ ij '', I" I ,' "" ''I .. f 1""" ''' ._; '
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habit home to 2'r "' '
of coming roost. Bradford County'Telegraph., rtk\Iij jI fllrliN"; ( ?hliih ,' t,1"I'I' "llltil\WIIIIJ1'\ ;
white house with blacks present I IIs G l :' "!, fyln: ; "i /ihrtW' I
o we offered Ike Kennedy, a 'real ::' ''I: ;'; I'' I,'0'' I) ":' "''I,,' Ii ..''
for Green.--Tallahas-
Jeader and they failed to recog- no place ,:'"'""tl.i: :'::t!N'I'' ::,,",Ih'I-" :: -'j"; I'. '011 '. ,I' ,,, I I l ,'1, "? '.,
Lake Worth Herald the to consider see News. -
urges legislature a nize the fact when they elected a "
tax on malt should the present tax on gasoline.prove uncon- speaker.-Eustla Lake Region. -.""-"..- "":"'-'- .aq illdlfl; lr'ri141Nh '
o Madison Is the latest town to I -
stitutional. The'legislators should be able to assimilate that beet it ,'..I fit l'11ri 1' IIIwli
I Two dressed members of turn down an offerfor, a "Ind IIS- li, G
for, like gasoline, malt creates a gas. congress are said to be Congo Lex trial ',"rvey."- Madison: shculd: tike
Green of Florida, and Congressman -
that as compliment, as toe pro
o--
Harry Englebrlght of California -
moters never offer to make an industrial -
Times-Union carried an interesting editorial in a recent Both are from warm sun- r
until have
shine states, and, of course must survey they
issue on "Railroad Interest in Agriculture." Farmers are convinced dress accordingly.- -Times-Union. made a financial survey ot the city .

that the railroads' greatest interest in agriculture is --- o- treasury. -Starke Telegraph.. Pe'r..
The hen-coated men of-Jackson ry also turned' down the "Indus
the least service render for the
they can highest charge.
ville can go to Savannah where trial purvey" and the business, men i t -a ''rI
o they will be allowed to roam at are to be' congratulated on the 1
will without their coats.-Starke action they took ID the matter.
The fellows who tip off prohibition officers!, about liquor Telegraph. They had better come Perry Independent

sales is liable to prosecution by the bootlegger when officers to West Palm .Beach. We haven't --0
----
had a coat on since: some time in
fail to find liquor, under the latest court ruling. Bootlegger April. -Palm Beach Independent. Some people criticise J. S. Butch

doubtless'' figures he deserves damagesfor the news gettingout ---0-- superintendent of the Florida prison -
really farm, for the ease. with which
Tho only time men prefer
he without his usual
was supply prisoners but for all its \
blondes Is when there are no. brunettes escape '

o at hand. _Starke Tele- guards and guns forty-r ve prisoners r .

Madison Enterprise-Recorder points out that back In graph. You mean If the brrnettewho escaped from the TPXPS: fententlary 2 d t I t
happens around is .the' man'l a few .days f.Kn.Palm:
1926 the treasury had sixteen to eighteen million in it Gov- wife. Then he kn >WH oetter than I Beach Independent. Those who

ernor Martin insists' he left two-and a half million there when to prefer blondes -- New Port take the time to Investigatewill

he left office in 19.28. To a fellow on the outside it looks I Rlchey Presi. And that fewer prisoner* escape

like Martin\ showed. good judgment in getting out when he did. Starke Telegraph 0-----ays-"lvy'used' under to the run Blltch from trusty the State rule Farm than Silver Dollars Are

-Q---- Clougli Johnson panned through under the old' rule of the guard
Starkn "with only a wave." Strike and rifle.-Perry Herald.
West Palm Beach notifies the state authorities that it
I up the-ukelelee, ,we expect to gQ --.0_
will not pay the gas tax for municipal uses. From the three ''I through Starke with only our Information (is sent out from That
!" S. J. I. ire High in Soil
Hey Springs Growing
cent tax no one objected to because it was offset by the good I Telegram. Tallahassee that the state won'tsend ----
out the usual copies of the
roads provided, it has climbed to six cents to pay debts, operate --0I -.-- general laws ot the legislaturethis

schools and revenue for roads reduced to two cents. A I I We're in funny Ohio people.signs confession College professor of- has no year.money It Is to claimed pay the the newspapers state'- Figuratively With the capital -

sales tax, with all its, disadvantages, would have been prefer- murder and then pleads "Not for this service. Ot course,
I
able. \ guilty."-Clermont Press. Merely the newspapers hate to miss this to obtain proper equip- ,
the preliminary round for a first item but we can't help wondering

0---- class Insanity fight; Don. NewPort about it We would hate to think ment and help
ttlcbeyPrelllJ.. It can be taken ," every square
the administration
In this issue is carried a news article sent out by the this and time reallydoesn't '
for granted In day
want the people to find out what foot
of soil will rich
Florida State Canal Commission, dealing with the Cumber- that a man Is insane when he con- has happened to tbem.PalmBeach yield a

land Sound-New Orleans waterway: This i is the first "dope" I teases guilt. -o Independent, profit to the practical farmer.

handed us since the formation of the commission in 1921, i ;The Bradford County Telegraph Strawberries are not considered

and it was evidently brought out by activities of the Florida sr.Yllthat Ivy Clough "with Johnson passed host plants for the Medfly because Realizing the fundamental
through Starke only a
Inland and Coastal Waterways Association seeking to have I wave." That's carrying the new our they good ripen friends'during! .the at Stark winter.can so soundness of agriculture from

the St. Johns river route selected. The secretary informs styles to a radical.extreme.-Dade keep going regardless of the

the public that "no- activity of any kind is desired, or need- of City"our Banner.own-dear How Ivy"proud that she we ban are spread of the pest.---Gainesville the economc .standpqint we .
Sun. For" the kind
ed." Inasmuch as the state canal commission, according to beat the time of Lady. Godlva.. -- being booked for thought a quart you next are stand prepared to help you dig

the article, was formed solely "to secure the survey and construction Largo Sentinel spring Starke Telegraph.'Quart those silver dollars
---0. ---- of what?-Galnosvlllo Dally Sun.. up
; l of the waterway from Cumberland Sound to New t
O.itneav'Jlo: : Hun writes) an editorial What kind of quart does It take to
t Orleans, for the benefit of the nation," we do not see where on "Thinner Pigs." If they satisfy you? Starke Telegraph.A ; '

it has any grounds to oppose individuals or organizations get any thinner tban the tin cat- quart ot red rlpo strawberries > BANK OF STARKE

working to secure other canals and waterways for the bene- 'nw, armor, plate razor backs In will'do.-Gainesville Daily Sun ; .
the sand hills east of Starke they -ilDllbop. ,
fit of Florida. It would seem that a waterway down throughthe can be used for cross cut caws, eaya Cannon who was caugbt AN HONOR ROLL BANK

central part of Florida would be of more benefit to the I the Bradford 'County Telegraph. rod-banded In his stock gambling

state than one through South Georgia and North Florida. I Just like that story "ther'goes the operations has been given a vote E. S. Matthews, Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
other half of that hog?"-South of confidence by the Methodist
But let's have as many as we can get. I i Jacksonville Journal board It', the bishop's privilege
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