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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[Hampton Hotel, Rain And- Wind GOV.TO UPSET SHOLTZ GAS OPPOSES' TAX SCHOOL DISTRIBUTION PLAN Starke S till l Tied County Candidates Ii!



{urns To Ground Cause ,DamageTo Governor Dave' Shollz Is not-in''-cation of state repcaj) this November For First PlaceIn I '

favor, of any plan for financing ." Define PlatformsAt i''

the schools that would change the "It is probable," the statement
ate t Wednesday Local Crops distribution of 'the Road Department ;
and continued. "that the Jlquor tax County League
county gasoline funds, It will raise about the same amount
was announced this week in an executive Two '
as the one cent a gallon tax on Meetings
Department Assist Corn, Beans And Cucumber All bulletin. In his prepared rt'.i
Fire
birke gasoline, making this shift In fund Loral Nine Will flay DaylightIn '
Saving Other Nearby Buffer From Weather statement the Governor suggested allocation natural 1 i li
In without disturbing "
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"on\Hip On Next" 1
that Florida's _, _..
Conditions public schools be -
Buildings either.the county gasoline Sunday
given approximately $2,000,000 a fund or the revenue,.of the State or Telegraph John Attacks Filer I'lan For Gas 1''
The Hampton Hotel, large two- Heavy rains and wind early this year additional revenue by the Road Department. Starke and Fernandina are Tux Dlstrihutlon-Orgy Comes I
iry frame structure, burned,, to week have caused< considerable state and that the treasury be replenished The Governor characterized as tied for first place in the NorthFloa now Gives This County To DefeiMellutler
Wednesday night. damage to corn and other truck by a tax on liquor, -
ground late Ida 1200 Extra VotersAn
the should state "unacceptable to many" the plan County League as a result ;
T The Starke fire truck was calledo crops throughout the county.In prohibition be repealed of the Florida Education Association of Sunday gamea. Tells OF Record 4 fij ar
but could the by the electorate In November -
town, Lawtey section it is re
neighboring ,
our commonly known as the Filer The local nine t'
.. Journey to Green error In last ,week's paper
hotel whichas ported that r
the early will sufferat
!o \little enmassed to save in flames by thee least a forty per corn cent loss, and Realizing, he said, that the plan, to finance by .changing the ; Cove and won a spectacular twelve gave Bradford County an extra Attendance Is Good Starts ,
distribution of the Road tnnlnng by the of 74. 1,218 Voters.. To Hear Then
fire department could possibly more.Cucumbers schools need more money, In order game score qualified voters for the primary
the seven-mile run. to Insure pupils a full term of ment and county gasoline Depart-j ,The game was featured by the June 5. That figure Is the Tonight ,
iaka the work was done okra, Fordhook Instruction each year and to pay "Any plan to change heavy hitting of the Starke team total number qualified in the -
beans and
good other "
truck have been
i However, buildings teachers a living wage, he proposed allocation or the amount of the and the all-around play of the local county Instead of 2,438 as stated. Bradford County's political scene w "
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L surrounding
saving similarly damaged. Cloudy weather that revenue from one cent county gasoline fund, will meet infield. tart week. was this week enlivened by meet. '
,hlch from time to time burst out following the heavy rains pre- of the seven cents a gallon state with stony opposition in the Leg- Speed Harvey refleved Halite The state! law requires that Ings held Monday night at the
but were quickly ex- vented the loss from
flames, The local department than it was. being greater gasoline tax be given to the coun- islature. It will not promote harmony Jones In the seventh Inning and twice as many ballots be printedas school house in Hampton and
uigulBbed. water ty systems for this purpose. This and co-operation In the pitched hitless bail for the remainder there are qualified voters, and Tuesday' night at the Brooker
tu unable to use Hampton usedo From Lawtey It is reported that would amount to about $2,000,000 state, to reylve a controversial issue of the game. Jones drove In In writing our article last week, school. Good crowds at both
truck
nvdranta, but, the waa the rains were a good test for the which threw two sessions of places greeted the legislative candidates -
water from,the railroad or more each year and would be in the winning run In the twelfth and the wrong set of figures was used. 4'
pump drainage ditch being dug from addition to the state aid now disbursed the Legislature Into long and cost-. Redgrave followed his hit up withan We understand that this error and the county commissioner
Itcb. that town to New River by FERA to the schools, he said ly extra session conflicts. opportune home run that caused quite a bit of dismay on candidates, who were given r
It la estimated that approxitely workers. It Is believed that when Revenue from this portion of the '"Neither does this plan, as It brought in two more runs. the part of local politicians who their first opportunity to present %.
; $1,000 worth of plate glass this ditch Is completed It will end gasoline tax now goes into the applies to the State Road Depart- Fernamllnu B nU Daylight thought that they would have to their platforms to the voters of 1 '

,? destroyed In from store the buildings hotel. most of the drainage problems in state's general treasury to help ment, take into account the necessity In Its Sunday: game the Fernan call on 1,218 more voters duringthe this county. ''
cross the street the fire the Lawtey district. meet operating expenses. To offset of maintaining and Improving diva nine defeated Daylight 6.2. last few days of the campaign Using the public school Issue aa 11St'uMnr
water from
Teh heat and Flood conditions around Starke this loss of funds to the treasury a splendid system of paved high. Starke will play Daylight In c e the chief bone of contention, the
to crack and fall
Bused the glass were considerably relieved by the the chief executive would which three legislative candidates, C. C.
ways has cost the taxpayers Jacksonville Sunday.
from the display windows.It I I Mitchell Butler, the Incumbent. L. A. M
L A. Johns, canal that Is now open rom hereto levy a tax "on alcoholic beverages, over two hundred. million dol The local team has been rained SpeaksTo Gray
believed by and
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Rowell Lake. after the practically certain ratifl- lars." out twice recently and It Is likely Charley E. Johns, spoke in rotation
WIler and manager of the hotel, giving each man an
s. ---- oppor't
bat the fire began at the roof that some double headers will be tunity to> speak last. h t

??? was possibly caused by a Wo Greater Glory" Green And Kelly Are Heard Its played schedule.next week to catch up on Crowd Here Charges that the Flier plan of

faulty flue It Is understood that Coming To Ritz financing public schools would $
The standln of the teams Is
of Insurance was as cost thin r;
i small amount county thousands of dollars
arrIed, on the building and furilihtngs. follows: United States Senatorial Candidate of gas tax money, were
i What is heralded as one of the By Large Crowds Saturday ,Team Won Lost Makes First. Visit To brought by Mr Johns who stated "

Practically all ,furniture on theower I great movie successes of the season / Starke ..... ...... -3 aFernandlna StarksCharles that he was opposed to this. plan
"No Greater Glory, ," is -- _... .. 3 2 -
floor was saved, but that on I com *0 and would refuse to pledge himself
he second floor was a complete ing to the Ritz Theatre for a two- Congressman. Learns That Roosevelt Kelly Says NRA t'njiwt. In ,Daylight ___ ?__..._ 2 3 A. Mitchell of Vero to support It In the next Legists/ ij
081. I day engagement ,Sunday and Mon. Is Still First In Heart Many Respects To Small Green Cove ___.... 2 3 Beach, candidate for the seat In ture. However, he is In favor of

Mr. and Mrs. Johns were not inlie I day It Is of a type which producers Of People Businesses the U. S. Senate now held by Park adequate support for the schools,

hotel at the time of the fire. I would have flatly refused to Rhodes To SpeakOn Trammell, Friday afternoon made the ;young candidate said, and
In his home
t 1 was stated that there were few undertake, not so many years ago, Speaking town for Despite threatening weather, the his first speech to the voters of would work for their best Interests ('
eats in the hotel and all escaped and Is a hopeful sign that Hol the first time during the present largest political audience of the Hog Marketing Bradford County. ; If elected

without Injuryley lywood is aware that public tasteIn campaign. Congressman R. A season greeted Judge J. R.. Kelly In his Introductory, remarks, Mr. 'I' Mr. Johns stated that.the Filer:' le
Green addressed a large crowd late upon his appearance here Saturday L. M. Rhodes '
drama has undergone considerable state marketing Mitchell stated< that In times suchas plan is In reality a program fostered -
change since the early days of Saturday afternoon on the streetsof night in his race for Congress. commissioner, will address the these, when our people are distressed by the Urge counties of the
Sentenced the talkie, Starke. In the crowd of over 600 persons farmer of this county at the court., sad sorely tried, political state in an effort.to upset the distribution -
Congressman Green reviewed his were many of Judge Kelly's house, Tuesday, June 12, on the
The picture (was dlrtecd, by gatherings should not be the scene. of the gasoline tax. They
Frank Borzage,.who.. judging from accomplishments during the past friends who remembered him as a subject, of hog marketing. of'attacks bYone candidate upon are merely using the school Issue
his past successes, has an uncan- nine years'which he'l has served in one time BradfordL"Aunty citizen. Thismeeting la part Of'a pro- the others, but rather should be to disguise their real purpose, he
n Georgia Court ny judgment of what type of stories I Congress, and pledged hi. con- Col. D. K.! Knight Introduced gram being planned locally In an the coming together' of American aid.
and emotions really enter* tinued efforts for a canal across Judge Kelly as a man who has effort to bring new money crops citizens for the purpose of considering A defense of the Filer plan wa* 1t"
lain America. He Is best known Florida, cheaper trelght rates, pay- made good through high characterand Into Bradford County our problems! and of attemptIng made by Mr. Gray who asked bin
Dieted To Be Same Fellow for his work in such screen plays ment of deposits lost In closed native ability and who by It Is believed that this meetingwill to arrive at successful solutions audience It it did not think thata
,Who Has Criminal Record as "Humoresque," "Seventh Hea- banks, the old age pension, cheaper hard work has overcome the handicap prove beneficial to any farmer of them: He said that we school teacher would be more M,
Here ven," "Bad Girl," "Farewell to fertilizer for farmers, and the! Imposed by injury received in who attends, and It Is urged that must end the present situation likely to work for the welfare of
Arms" and "A Man's Castle." If further support of Franklin D. the service of his country. an many as possible be present. wherein a few become Immensely the schools than either of his opponents. c
Harry Galney, believed by local there is a type of dramatic mate Roosevelt and his administrationone Judge Kelly In a rousing address :Mr. Rhodes will be here early In rich while millions face starvation.. ,
>ollce officers to be an alias of rial common to each of these productions hundred per cent. He ,is the frankly said that he Is opposed< to the afternoon probably around He proposes a heavy tax on large Mr. Gray, who I Is principal of '
Brownie Galney, was Saturday it Is that of sincere natural author of all canal legislation the imposition of the Federal proceeeing 2:30: or 3.00; o'clock. Incomes and inheritances and that the Starke school, charged both
sentenced to serve from twelve to action and emotion which which has passed the Congress tax upon the hogs and cattle we use a portion of the money received of his opponents with copying his., lu
[wenty years in the Georgia State reflects life itself instead of artificial during the past ten ,or fifteen marketed by stockralsers Bradford'Gets from such a tax for the purpose platform He was the first to- P
,rlson when he pleaded guilty to fancies. years, and has introduced bills for farmers. He submitted that the of providing an old age pension announce his candidacy and the ?

bblng> the Bank of Patterson, The cast Includes Ralph Mor old age pensions, and for payment NINA is unjust In many respects to system In the United State. first to set forth his platform, ha
i., according to Associated Press Break- of money lost In closed banks. the small business. man who has He pointed out that the average stated.In "
Lois Wilson
patches.i ston gars, Frankle Darro, George, Egon Brech- These. two bills have been reportedby not had proper; representation before Same Tag Fund citizen has small chance to make bringing out the fact that he. '

Lonnie Parrish. of Jacksonville, er, Jackie Sear! Jimmie Butler the committees. the' code authority. Jud&eKelly more than a bare living and that was In favor of a general sale*. "
fa also sentenced for the same Donald Haynes and Rolf Ernest This was Mr. Green's seventh said that It was a part of If he educates his children and contributes tax, Mr. Gray stated that It wan. r'f
[crime and was given' three to six speech of the day, and he proceeded the duty of the Congressman from Licenses Reduced But Schools! to the welfare of bill com the fairest !of all taxes, hitting not t
'ears on two;other counts. Man Injured on to Baker County to speak this district to represent the inter- Receive. Just As Much As munity, he Is unable to save for hie only the tourists who come to this
Calney has a criminal record inhl Negro there later in the night His large est of.all of his people In Washing..ton Formerly old age, and that such a citizen 'state and use our highways, but l{,
I. county and was recently pa- When Trucks Crash audience listened attentively and and that he proposed to do this upon reaching his or her sixties, also making the colored man pay ,
led from the State Prison Farm he was several times Interruptedby and relieve them of present hard Although automobile license was entitled to receive a modest his fair share toward expense of I,

here he was sent after being con- Joe Brown, colored, was seriously spontaneous applause.. ships when he' Is elected, tags were reduced approximately check each month as compensation government.Mr. t
Icted of assault with, intent to Injured last Saturday' when a Mr. Green recently stated that As to the soldier's bonus the 33 1.3 per'cent this year, the public for years spent. a good citizen in Butler, who represented '
urder. truck in which he was riding was during his campaign he bas speaker said that, as an ex-soldier, schools of Bradford County will the building up of the nation. Bradford County In the last Legislature .,
Parrish and Galney'were arrest. side-swiped by another truck witha learned that President Roosevelt he was for it. He himself having receive as much revenue this year Mr. Mitchell pointed out that the made his appeal for reelection ":
fl In a suburb of Syracuse, N. Y., trailer. The accident occurreda comes first In the hearts of his fellow sustained injury in the service of from their sale as they did a year government Issues tax exempt ,' on his record In the 1933
April! 13, when the police raided a short distance south of town on citizens and that those who the United States, he felt that the bonds In which persons of great ....Ion. That session, lie said, in r
Place In search of a stUl. In addition Road 28.Brown. : have supported the' measures of veterans' are safe In his hands, and ago.Last year Bradford's share of wealth Invest their entire fortunes submitting the Homestead Exemp..
to the still; the police found the truck In the President need fear no danger i that he Is favorable to the pay revenue from the sale of automo- and escape taxation, and that tlon to the voters, did a great ; ,
guns, blackjacks, ammunition and felt from strikingbis at the polls when election time ment of the bonus which has been bile-tags amounted to $31,04204, money Is placed In these securities :service for the small homeownerIn
newspaper clippings telling of the which he was a passenger hardsurfaced, road. comes around., recognized as a government obligation according to figures released from which otherwise would come into this state It gave him an opportunity
obbery of the bank at Patterson. bead on the broken arm and "I knew the President and his and believed In'the cancellation the office of W S. Cawthon superintendent the hands of the farmers, laboring to vote to free "his homo n
Telling officers the men had He sustained a Injuries., 'policies were popular with the people of the Interest charged the of the state department men, merchants and professionalmen from taxes, the speaker said. }
[robbed the bank, one of the two serious Internal Willie;; Morton, ," declared Mr. Green after the soldiers who through)poverty bad of public education.A of the country lie proposes Mr. Butler stated that, as announced t
omen arrested with Parrish and :MUo Layport and with the trailer end of the second week of strenuous been compelled to draw. upon their chief factor In bringing this that we Issue currency and pay off in his platform of 1933 w
Iney threatened drivers of the truck bonus. thane. government bonds and thus he had voted for consolidation .
said they had here campaigning. "but I did think year's revenue up to last year's every
to' kill her If she ever told anyone. are being ,held ,in Jail there might be some dissenters Judge Kelly spoke fervently for figures, said George H. Wilder, gave six hundred ninety 'million' of office and every salary reduction 4
Iney resisted extradition but charged with reckless driving. somewhere In my district but if Immediate provision for ft Federal acting .tate'motor vehicle commissioner 'dollars In interest each year which bill that was introduced in
changed his mind after officers The truck In which Brown. was there are any ,they certainly old-age' pension, and for Federal was the fact that f'loj- 'I..paid by the common people of the Legislature lie Introduced n ;1
started to Qenrgla.,. vtth7, parrlsb. .riding,1lelot&e4,to H.D. .lay--,... haven't' tOld me or any of my aid to schools, without Interference Ida adopted use of the "lock-strip- I the nation. He pointed out that county salary bill that made substantial
D r'y' this month. -LIMA BEANS"5 MOVE friends about It" with local controL He favors tag" which makes It impossiblefor such a plan would not Impair the reductions In the eularle "

4 I in Mr. Green Is basing his cam- government production of fertilizer a tag to be removed from one credit of the government but that of county officers: Mr. Butler said,
CAR RUNS INTO DITCH Lima beano'are now moving paign for re-election on the support : at Muscle Shoals for the benefit car and used on another unless the we'wou'd'' simply exchange a piece and he also supported the bill forth j
An automobile in which Mr. anJ large quantities to Northern mar he has tendered the administration of our farmers, and declares be tag is mutilated. of paper that does not bear inter consolidation: of the offices oC i
**. Lem Brown and their son kets from Starke and Lawtey. in Congress, his accomplishments will fight that'Florida be givenas eat and that can circulate among the county tax assessor and tax:
were riding was. Tuesday night Lawtey reports that the market in office and the recog- favorable freight and express OR. STERNBERU: TO LOCATE the 'people, tot a piece of paper collector, This consolidation.. will I
H'Je-swlped' by a larger car.'and tumbled Tuesday' to where limas nition accorded him by the Democratic rates to its market as any other SOON AT DAYTONA BEACH that bears Interest and does not be submitted to the voters!\ ia ;,
forced into the ditch ,on Road 13 were being offered at $1 per hamper party and by' Congress state In the Union; He demands circulate, and that the governmentwould I amendment form at the next general
f.o.b. Prices there last Saturday Federal licensing of commissionmen sear 'owe not one dime more than election. l
about half way between Starkeand where his seniority and consclen- I Dr. S. Stern ber&. of Mr. and $
were reported at 2.50 per with cancellation of their U. :at present. :Mr la his .
i Hampton., Only Mrs.- Brown clot s service has won for him im- Mrs. N. Sternberg of Starke, will Johns closing: speech
sal I the boy were slightly Injured.e hamper portant committee I consignment: cense to do business upon false return open dental offices 'at Daytona Mr Mitchell also stated that he I Monday night, attacked Mr But
---' -- to the shippers. He. i favored the immediate payment of 'ler's record saying that with all .
e driver of the large automobUeWas I says Beach in the near future" it was
from Jacksonville, but, ..hlsnanUI WORKING POSTPONED Telegraph 'Wins Prize that Florida farmers!\ and shippers learned thU week. Dr. Sternoerg: ,the, adjusted service compensation this "consolidating: and salary cutting .
could not be learned. The cemetery,cleaning at Crosby have been swindled and defrauded has spent the pact two years practicing certificates commonly known ad ,' taxes H Bradford Count/: '
--- Lake which was to have been At Press Association of millions of dollars by out of the at the Neurological(' Hoepl- the "bonun" a* a mean of placing wore OH! mills higher after. M.v

NEGRO RELEASED held yesterday was postponed ,- state commission men. tad JudgeKelly tal in New York City, since graduating money In circulation, and will Butler returned from the Lcglnla-. d
David Slrmon. boy who until next Thursday, June T. on ac At the Spring meeting of the 11 promised to stop this loss to from the Atlanta Dental work for Federal aid fop the pub ture than. they were before te; all

soy.found< hiding: negro under. a bed Inwe count of bad Weather;. This work State Press Association In Marl- our people by adequate government College lic1 school system to the full extent went
home of W.' M. Bryant north la to be done under the 'auspicesof anna last weekend the Bradford protection for the farmers Mrs Sternberg and Miss Ruth necessary to provide a full term A general spirit of goodfeelingand ;
f town was released this week the W. T. Weeks Chapter, County Telegraph was announcedas and shippers and 'Immediate Investigation Sternberg leave today for New and adequate salaries for teachers raillery seemed to pervade the
following a hearing before County United Daughters of the Confed winner of two out of the four of every complaint. York City where they win spend throughout the state speeches of all three candidates.
JUdge E. K. Pecryman. According<< eracy.and all persons ,interested. contests for Florida weekly news- The speaker advocated a fair several weeks. They will have an ..I. Wr. Butler stated that he got a it
jo Mr Bryant the boy stated that are asked to be present and help papers under 1.200 circulation. The I distribution of all Federal jobs to opportunity of visiting. Dr. Stern- LOCALS TO DRESS ITStartle's "lot' of kick": out of the first two

" was hiding under the bed awaiting beautify theseugrounds." Telegraph won the "Best. News I the people of this'district who berg before be returns to Floridato ,. baseball team will soon meetings and that be had enjoyed
an opportunity to steal what eLAWTEY paper" contest and the) "Best need them and without favor to make his home. make Its appearance In brand new every minute of them.
lll fey there was in the house. HOME SOLD Front Page" contest. any group. He said lie will fight uniforms, thanks to the generosity Mr. Gray kidded his opponents }
P. L. Pinklns last week sold hU. The "Bat Editorial Page" and for the Florida.cross-state canal. poppy DAY A SUCCESS: of_business and professional men, about having two Jobs each already. ,
CCO, CAMP IS MOVED: home at Lawtey to Joe. Peele., Mr. the "Best Jlech&nJca1'Ilak..up" 'and will see that i local materials The American Legion 'Poppy J. B. Alexander announced this "Mr Johns is a railroad man and,
The Civilian Conservation Corp Peele fe3makdnt.ceneidOrable" Improvements tests'were1. 'won by, theTltu ,and labor are used la It. construction. Day last. Saturday' was a big.sue- week. There Is sn old saying that an Insurance salesman," he said,' lh
harp ha 'been'moved'from Halt to.Uh; structure.. vllle'.8tar-Advoclte, Inconcludlog'' Judge Kelly cess. according to Mrs. Grace clothes make the man, and If that "Mr. Butler Is a preacher and also ry"
fGrd to its new Joca.tIoa'Dear Oluse. "1 -, thanked his many friends for their Walawright who was in charge of La ,al*> true of a' baseball team runs a farm. Now if you will just 1
* Starke will miss'its.vuUU 'BIRTHS'Mr. ,LEGAL .BANK HOLIDAY unselfish efforts in his behalf.HI tile 1"1e.c The:30O poppies that Starke should have no1 trouble in elect me to the Legislature I will J
hem these khaki clad youths al. and Mrs. James Gnaw, 'The Bank of Starke win not be) : address was Interrupted by were sent here. for the Auxiliary to running off with the pennant Mr. have two jobs, and that will make

tbough the camp at Penney Farms Hampton girt M.y26. open for business on Monday Juae frequent. applause and, many' favorable ell were) sl ,out .before, noon. Alexander. ; states that be, is very .uj all even" I 4
win mnah' with us for an Indefi- Mr/ and Mrs., Callls'' Manning., 4., a* Sunday. June) ,J,,",JerTerson comments have been Heard Approximately' .$2$,, "was ," made pleased.wltn'U: reception'while 'MTt, 'John took'a good-natured '

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Political Announcements built at a cost of $20,510,000: FUNERAL DIRECTORS

HAMPTON HIGHLAND DOUBLE RUN and Is the most expensive battle our Many Years Experience Makes It Feasible for Us to
FOR CONGRF.! !.'H' I I RenderEFFICIENT
1 hereby announce that. I am a ship In the United States' Navy. PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
candidate for the office of member I Los Ada NI.... C... M. E.: Crews. Cor. Mis* Busts Bre>w*, Cor. MODERATE: PRICES
of the House of Iteprexentatlven
. VVV from the Second' Congressional Die. Soldiers' temples are now permitted .DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY

//w'";',? t ooratio trl-t of primary Florida subject election. to In the June.D.m- Birthday Party At Beach J. T. Rivers of Green CoveSprings Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Martin and to emigrate from Japan to STAJIKK. FLORIDA

A I have a rxoot-a of public service Inrtakor Mrs. L. A. Johns entertained a business visitor here Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Whitten of settle In Manchukuo. _..
was a
and Madtrnn ('ounUee and the -
Yp Third Judicial. Circuit of Florida number of the little folks Thurs I Wednesday.Mrs. Jacksonville. visiting Mr. and r-- -

consisting. at raven count leu, the day afternoon with a swimming I J. W. Grtffts was the guest Mrs. O. I*, grown and family
lar*"nt In I the .tat... You are Invited I
to Investigate. not only my record. oft party at Hampton Beach, In honor Thwsday of Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Tuesday of last week.

t service but prondseeyou ( same of her little daughter Marion Miss Evelyn Rowe of Lawtey Carl Mel too\:,of Gainesville was VOTE FOR
1 hereby the } sixth visiting in this! section last week.,
) faithful eervloe rendered my people; Claire, who celebrated her spent several days here last week

11' ,{ and will continue to live. If within birthday anniversary.After the guest of her aunt Mrs. Melvin Eno Anderson of Nlceville was
'i ) my power .<> as. lo. reflect. honor and enjoying a swim at the the guest of.Minn: Inez Kersey Fri
c dignity'. to this high office. !Should! Prescott.Miss
,1t the voter of This district eee tit to beach they returned to the Hampton Freddy Wimberly and Car day.Mrs.

may rest that).. honor they' Hotel where delicious refreshments Orlffls In Starke Wed Willie raulerson and children -
assured I will connlderf. son were
.. I a sacred runt I and that my every I of Ice ream and cake were nesday. were visiting( : Mrs. Russell LEON A. GRAYThe

'i I '', effort of the will p.ole; he I fop represent. the. brut. Interests served by Mrs. Johns. Miss Freddy Wimberly returnedto Judd Saturday.

? t' Tour support and vote Is solicited Those enjoying this lovely party I her borne In Starke Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starburg(

and will be pprplatad.' TCFLLY.f were: Joan and Joyce Olliver, spending a week here with her and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brantley,
JAY It. JIM
( )
f ', Paid Pot Adv. by Ja.. R. Kelly. Dorothy and Harvlne Watterson grandmother. Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.Joe Hugh Andrews and Emma Jean

Shirley and Frances Colley Bettle, McClain of Mlddleburg was Drlskle were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
\VAI.I.CK NTItllttlfl
FOR f >CillKH
.It IiI. respectfully announce that I am dron and Thomas Wadaworth Virginia L. J. Norman, Mrs. Albert
}9 candidate. for Congress Second
District of Florida, subject. to the Dyal Ray and Charles Par- Norman and Miss Cleo Norman

Democratic primary In June. 1934. ker, and L. A. Johns, Jr. were In Starke Saturday. LEADING CANDIDATEFor
} Whatever appears. to make more
certain the mualtty of men In their M. Carter was a visitor to Law.

truKBla" for "peace.' prosperity'' and Locals tey Saturday, yf Ai
happiness". line .: :and, will.. continue -
to receive my active support Rev. W. C. Newton of Starke 1Nelson,. T, Green and children .

no matter by what name or under conducted services at the First and Miss Beth Wimberly

L what banner It In advan..d.I Church last Sunday eve- with relatives.
Baptist spent Sunday here
r. see In the New Deal an opportunity .vrt,w
to promote my conviction I that ning. Mr. and Mrs E. Prescott, R. L. F yn
m' the American/ standard of comfort. Rev. C. C .Butler of Lake Butler Prescott and Brown Austin were 6L v
ralsml
of llvlnv CAN AND MUST be '
? where' the essentials oflifefood was a visitor here last week. visitors to Green Cove Springs RepresentativeFrom
ry :
.t
: shelter medical treatment Mrs. Thomas Dyal left last Saturday Saturday.Mrs. .
education and time and mwansfor .
recreation. after labor-are available I for High Springs where she Avis Hardee and Miss: Maggie The FirePrevention

I4 to every cltlien under the will visit her daughter, Mrs. Retta Crews were visitors to Starke
Stare and Strips ,
{
Upon these principle I earnestlyask Parker. .Saturday. Clown

for YotWALLAId! BTUROIB influence, I Everett Sullivan of Waldo was "._"," H....., .Jl_ sop..Ur *...
b Candidate. for Congress, a visitor here Thursday- s.....-llo. .1!.,? and "no... ., -a-
Paid Pol. Adv. by Wallace !Blurals.FOIl I Mr, and 'M.rs. J. L. Refuse are rhool cslldns. ihr .........Ih.wee.kas
Heilbronn Springs done ......... .. .
the arrival of. mnn o.k this. ss* BRADFORD COUNTYDON'T
announcing a baby
E I.KUINI.ATUnfi.. "! I teabbuoh M tI.. prw.atlas. ,
\t I wish hereby. to make. official an. girl Sunday,
Mis Thelna Rstede, Cor.
nouncemoiit of my entrance Into the "'omo.f I. eyes ._.....1....v ...
a race for mat Representative. from kl.real work I. w...._. Bra ssilisT*
Bradford County, subject to the will ....-. III.. "SOlI....," I. eolsg.kto. sasl BE MISLED BY PREJUDICE
of the' Democratio voter of this Mr. and Mrs. Sam Petty of Gulf 10 .bo. y.s h.. 10 rf..e.d yar ks.
county.I THERESSA HMM.. .bet k. ....'. Iswra yn*-..J.iqu.lr.
wa born and raised In Florida Hammock spent Monday with her sound Mark. liminuw clrai real
I and have spent thlrty-elirht year In mother, Mrs Bell Parmenter. >A... .....lrd. sMMitos. ssd It .to aw Jab
the mate, and two year In the Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Jones and I Miss R...* Eelcler) c... la ......... M far,_ Let as help ya*. VOTE FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE AND YOUR OWN
World War. I have ,never resided or
worked I In any other state. I haveworked children spent Sunday with his I

R, schools' of for Florida twenty and yearn I believe In, the I brother, Fred Jones of Starke. I Miss O'June Adklns of Winter HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE SUCCESS

know: the needs of r the schools, the T. L. and Tom Crawford' of Jacksonville Haven war visiting( at the home of \
children and the rltlien of Florida
<
4 a* well a* any one In the elate.I were visiting Bob Craw J. J. Zeigler Monday night. First to Announce and State His Platform.
STARVE FLORIDA A Leader ShouldBe
..' ford Sunday. MIlls Hazel Sullivan and Mary .
theeclhlsen.racesod oltl.ens .
} b* to future Orville and Gratten and Gilbert Rollersan on Waldo .m
of Bradford and the whole Morgan Able Lead., He Is Able
County aunt to Willing and to Work For the Best
Sullivan's
mate of Florida and I will work Cooper were In our section Satur- were visiting Miss
k hard toward that end. Tour support day night. and uncle Mr. and Mrs J. J. Zeig- WHEN HUNGRY

o will b* appreciated.Respectfully. Brack Prevatt and Willie Mae ler, here Sunday.Mrs. Interests of Bradford County.

LEON A. OR AT. McDonald were visiting Mrs J. C. W. T. Zeigler and son W. OR THIRSTY I

Paid PoL Adv. by Leon A. Gray. Jones Sunday T., Jr., and Miss Julia. Ransone of EAT AND DRINK Born and raised in West Florida. Forty years old. Father of three two Iii
FOR niCPHKIPESITATlVnI I Miss Ruth Boderhamer and Miss Jacksonville are visiting relatives. sons-- Ing.

candidate I wish to for announce State Representative. that I am a Essie Crawford spent Saturdayand James Trlest was visiting Mr. ATKitty's College graduate, Mason W.. O. W., American Legion, and church member.

i from Bradford fntinty, subject tot Sunday with Miss! Leila Ward. tnd Mra. J. R..Adkins In Jacksonville *

the I Democratic born nl 'J'e'lI In on Bradford June 6, Leo Hill of Lake Geneva was In Sunday. He Stands For
was Lunch : (1)) A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY CHILD IN
I County and educated In the PublicSchools Heilbronn section Sunday. 1\'.;.:'. and Mrs..Dan Loper left last FLORIDA. ((2))

6 County. and If am elected a Tax your Payer R.preeen-of this Mrs. Stella Rhoden was the week for Georgia where they will STABILIZED MARKET FOR FARM PRODUCTS. ((3) HARD SURFACED ROAD

tatlve I will support. the school of guest of her father, Frank Robinson make their home In the future. Sinclair Service Station
]S Florida. and Bradford County. to the Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns of 24 Hour Service TO STATE FARM. ((4)) LOWER TAXES, CLEAN POLITICS, A SQUARE DEAL
limit of my ability and endeavor to
If see that all schools are given a Hampton were visiting relative. FOR EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD.
deal. In the pant, to do what 1 think Is
square Tre Monday night. (Paid
best for all the schools In the county. I Political Adverttwm-nt)
I am against the no-fence law and ,
will do my best to see. that this law I. Itespectfully J. C, PBEVATT.Paid --
( net made utate-wlde.. I will also lend. ( Pol. Adv. by J. O, Prevatt.) .
my bent effort toward th. hard surfacing ..
Ik of the "''larke-Ra.lf".d ,road e
The future of Bradford County I* FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER" r Y e .
my future and the people can rest District 8 'w ,r x +t.w efy'e ,
ssnured that I will have Bradford I hereby announce myself a candidate "' es w t .*?V* "*
i County at heart at all time*, for re-election a* County Commissioner .
+
elected your Representative, rnlt\ from Dlstrct No. 8. South e '. tz g4 t S sl,, F. aia' .t''e<+R, t" S' S ><,4.x t
I; work, for better. school, lower tax- Htarlce, Bradford County. If reelected +x'r rl s .rIc, X e '1'( ,. t.' ; t ri'4' ..
en, and an economical operation of 1 will continue to give the fc*$
our State and County Government.. district and county the best serviceof 4e a r .ee.r fr y 'Crl :rx; f f yiE' *' ., ::>*
(, I respectively enllult the which I am capable. Tour vote
of every man, woman and child of and support will be ."pl'e..l..t.d.Paid "V
Bradford County and vote and MALLORY THOMAS. '
your
support on June t will b* highly ap ( Pol Advi, by Mallory; Thumauf; ) kL g a f ?;r 'r t4" ey rem j< 2 aM
(' preciated.CIIARMflT -

.' E. JOHNS. FOR C'Ol'NTYUISTHICT COB 1It.'nONEn...'
Paid Pol'A'IY. .
: by Charley E..JObn. )
I No !l.
After careful conHrder.llnn. I & ,.a4.k's1" h' FOil RKPIIKHnXTATIVR' $ s ? T I
.tti ,
To the Voters. of Bradford County! hereby announce for County. Commissioner err ; Ax. i
( This I I. to advise you that I shall for District No. 2. Feel !
r like with the short experience I'' *
be candidate
a to succeed myself
a*
Representative. of Bradford County have had would b. able to *erveyou ,.; (,,
,r subject to the action of the Demo. better In the future than In ao
nratlo primary In June. I am crateful the past. If It must district of Fk s H9 CHEVROLET ? tho voters of to re
my
i to for the
you generous support *
} you have heretofore. accorded me, elect me, I will faithfully discharge *;? !
all duties coming before me to the
and trust that reunrd
as
p my your
servant has been such, that It will best of my ability. Thanking you
V1I11111
for the past support, t am,
commend me te your support for another
} : Sincerely) yours.L. ;
With
gained I knowledge that I : CNvEItPaid .
have of the condition. existing
; and the remedies necessary tot ( Pol. Adv by U I* Conner),
be applied to brine back normal conditions -

I am better able to serve you FOH" (Or>TV COMMISSIONER
Q. than I otherwise would be. I hay. To the People of the Second CountyL'otiiinlssloner's
.
nerved you faithfully trying to I.. District
sen the tax burden and to facilitatea
X hereby announce I am a candi
return of prosperity. date for County Commissioner, and
'; yours. you and r electrtor me with wish to thank you In advance for _
: support: r.hII : t'u"' theRepresentative : \ carsr1ass
I to ,Having served tilmut two years on
6 serve you faithfully, and to the best the City Council City of Stark., dur-
of my ability. Inc the depression I Invite you to

(Paid Pol. Adv. toy C.C.C.C.BtlTLffin.Butler.)' will Investigate find I. _have_my__.record.had. ._a part_I believe In ellml-you
natl t 1 1 .d Ill 4:1
m o l a ooso a. I I
+: FOR *TATHTwB ATTOR.-IQYo tlon of th-t; ;h-,; effecting u VA : ***
; ...-.l th jKdlvlal Circuit: I good l snvlns to the taxpayer. It I am '
elected a* Commissioner I shall
I
hereby announce myself as a A _
4,(' candidate for re-nominal a* "State' work to the same end In Bradford ,
a Attorney for the Twenty-Mlxth' Ju. County, .

'+TMr dicial of Circuit Baker composed Bradford of and the Union counties M.Very(MITCH resnectf'tllv.W. ) EDWARDS.. :i" at the peak of Chevrolet popularity-with
:
subject to the Primary Election of (Paid. Pol. Adv. by \V.1 H.. Edwards) demand
'1 June Sth 1934, and will appreciateyour u tending production to new r rx
v support and assistance, and assure FOR COUNTY COMMIes10NERDI.THIC'r : I all-time "high*"Chevrolet dealer )
you that If I am reuomlnatedto N.. ... are displaying an
give; the name thorough, efficient. I hereby announce myself. a candidate *r additional group of four new models. These '
1 and economical attention to said of.N for County Commissioner for can are
flue that I have In the past. District No. 8, comprising Hraoker identical in quality with ll193.J.. Chevrolet And the
A. M. CHEWS andNew
River subject to .the will
(Paid Political Adv by'A. 8. Crews.) of the voter on June 5th. l price have been *et at such incredibly low figures that
} It elected. I promise to vender. you k
; FOR CNOOI BOARD a fair and. Impartial administration -.:w you can now buy a Chevrolet for J4901 "A Chevrolet
I take this method of announcing and, ... served on this board be "
feet lor $490[ That' the
world'
my candidacy I for member of School fors f fully qualified to serve lowest price for a aii-

lk .......rd from- Brooker.School Graham District, Hemp.'r No. 9.comprising .. you. Your vote will. !T.be OSTKEN.appreciated.R. cylinder car. And a figure that sound even'mor 1

ton and River, subject (Paid Pol Adv. by R. T, Osteen). impressive after find '
to the wl1r.t the Democratic you out what it buy: A great

U4 voter In the coming primary I I. FOR CO I'-''''''' COMMI.IONERDISTRICT s big. full-cue, long-wheelbase car. A cushion4 cad
In June, 1934. If nominated ... t
4} and elected I promise to work for I take this method of announcing R SIX of surprising smoothness, and J-h-
Y the best Interest ef all the schoolsof my candidacy for County Commissioner power map
Bradford County, and I earnestly front District 4, comprising; The most economical full-sue car that
solicit ;your vote and support Hampton. Th........_ and. Graham money can boy. I
Respectfully. subject to the will of the voter. In And every closed model has a Body by FUher. Nobody :
}
STAFFORD U CRBWa. the Democratic Primary of June t
U, Paid Pol.. Ad?. by Stafford I* Cr..... If elected I promise to da my beat V interested in motor' car can afford to let another day
to render fair and Impartial decls-
FOR ftOIOOL. BOARD ma and try to serve the best Inter Hp by, without seeing tin "Chevrolet lor $490."
''I hereby announce; my candidacy outs nf Bradford County at all Mm...s.' ,
tl for School Board member from Dl- Your vote and, support will beappreciated. I CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY DETROIT. MICDVti #
'II trlot No. 1. comprising South Stark .. -
t And Theresa subject to the will of n. V. SAXON.Paid ::
the Democratic voter. In the June ( Pol.: Adv by A V.'fwn).
primary. If elected. I will strive In
the future a* In the past to deal "'01CO tToITT-O'UII: : t".O'I ER
fairly with matter pertaining to the IMHTHICT\ ... ... :
) school. of Bradford y, To the Democratic Elector of the
> experience a* a board member 'nunty Commissioner District No. 4,
? should b* of value' to the taxpayers, of Bradford County Florida
and on this record a* an official. I I hereby announce my candidacy St? kv'@aNt ft-s
earnestly solicit ;your vote and sup- for member of the Board of County AND UPiraMWStei i iUtf
hf port. ,Oommlaeloner of Bradtord County, ''''SJa .
Respectfully. .Florida from Commlasli. >nr. District kA a a1 ,u...
W. C. MANNING Number Four and respectfully ; t Jaore Aoerr0.rr
.. \
f (Paid Pol. Air by W. C. Msnnlns) solicit the support of all true Democrat IIIle".. '..0.... "" .
of said District at the Prl- --. -- ... .." ,
,y FOR' COt'NTY COM! >tm IOltER' marled. Should' I be elected I pledge .... led. ...,.,,,... J., \
I take this method of announcingmy loyal and faithful support to the I'' =
"
candidacy for re-election for the beat Interest of said county.A. tHM 1ItIIrII' '
office of County Commissioner for U SULMVAN. >sV**' e7et**
+ District No. 1. (Paid rot Ady. by A. U Sullivan). =Caen.-
I solicit vat and .
your support ..
and promise. If elected.' to dlsuhara FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER j.r. "
the duties of this office to the, best I hereby now announce myself a rOJTU.CTorode : -- Ii\
of my ability. 'candldat* for County Commissioner .. 0-' ....... r.,...
5f* 'from District No. t. South iiarke..
(Pad PoU Adv jWSf'IosUr.) If my past service a* Commissioner :
has lan .. then I ask .
.U.f..ctorYI i
FOR SCHOOL BOARD you for In the June. B :
'I wish, to announce my candidacy Primary Election. :elected I promise --- .-"
fop member of School Board from to render you a fair Impartial ;
Il School District No. 1. comprising administration.I Marine served before j
*r-bl fS2JmiyiJiSXt to. on the board t feel fully: quail-.. Chevrolet Co. "
fled to sear you. -r .'
k.of June L II nomlS. Tour vote wilt b*

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JUNE 1, I091 .
mlY.. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE TJlRJJI1:

-- -u----- -- ---.- --- --.-- ---------- ----_... -__ -.- -_ -_.__._ ,__.._ .__ .' '-' c-.. __. ____. _. _,_._ ____ w$ n1'sxe.

makes for Bound foundations for I WIFE: OF FORMER SENATOR More Americans have visited n..I....... tee. T It A 0...... ... ('oats.. .

RURAL practically any future superstruc.ture. Hints To Housewives I DIES AT LAKE BUTLER HOME; Manchuko since that country re- e"i}
I Fra..1 Dlk II In New
SENSE 1 quired passports than citizens of Hlv.1"" ____.:__________Y3.9a \\In .nknown .__ t.R8 Ir4 ?
COMMON "Any consideration of the education I I Mrs. A. t>, Andrews 70 wife of any other nation. NW>4 of NEW! _________-__JT 8 10 .0 C. E. Andrew.----- __ 11,00SW4 i4k( t J ti 1
Weekly from HMM Demoutr ot A 8Wof n5E4
and A. SW\4\
training youth In rural D. Andrews former< -- -
By SPUDS JOHNSON lion Specialists, Tallahassee | a Representative Scotland Yard noted London ______________-..__IT 8 90 110 Unknown ___n_________ 11.1111 FNWW ;
areas must take Into considerationat i and Senator In the State police \ of N1 '4_________,':'-23>> II ao fII T. 11. Edwards-- lI.n n j t '
the outset the things inherent in Legislature died at the force hired four women to 8NW: of I'I\V\' A" 8at S4 f
family residence
of 8E'] _____________..22 II an IIn Eugene Ryranei.se
NATURE work in the traffic and -
IJ\'I G WITII and contributed by the farm and HOW TO RESIZE RUGS; at Lake Butler Wednesday, drug shop 'VIii' of 14N_' ____________,.9R 8 20 Nil 1 I. N. Nawell------------ U33 nl'' i '

IS '\ RARE PRIVILEGE the open country Itself. It is there May 23, after a brief Illness. lifting divisions. 10'r of 8E\\< __ ___ 111 6 10 1111 r. N. N..well__________ 80&,211 )
OF RURAL CHILDREN that of that curl at Nirh{ of N\V ---.29- 8 80 40 Unknown ,.____________ H.st I
many the great basic Rugs up the cornersor Funeral serviced were held O'fll'lH' wr. NANTEf'S SALE Lots I. I. H 1'1' of Rlver.IIO II 20 aUIl Unknown ____________. 1I,711! 4 4 ,i '
things of life are learned. Insist on wrinkling may be keptin Thursday at Dekle 'cemetery near NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. that Nit, of 1..1.. 4. 6. ________ 8 20 120 Unknown ____..__n_..__ 14\14 'rssEy
at SEW! _. ___. _______.81 6 20 .0 T, 1\1. 9
farm lack the opportu- their Stephens------- 16,18
if Lake and and
Does the "From the time the country place they are resized. Butler with Reverend, Dlxob ptirmmnt under by virtue
? If It of that certain final d..rra of for- 1Vt4ofSV4ofW3Sof\ ,l I, 1,
rfUes{ of the city does the child is big enough to bring in the When machine-made pile ruga and G. W. S. Ware iff charge of the elocure and order of pale dated January road _____________83 6 10 U T. 1IF. St.phene------. 1018 i

j certainly does not have the kitchen firewood feed the chickens have been cleaned It Is likely that service Interment 'followed in the 87. IttaJ, made and entered by NE\\\\ ofN10'6-_______.___ 120 40 101111re nryl&n._________ lII.no l

Inn privileges that life on a farm and gather the eggs to ,the tho sizing: on the back which gives family plot.Besides ;--1 certain the. Honorable r.ni>.. Pending A. 7.. ,Adklnn In the., In TwontT that- Ety or" :_!._:::::::::::.__:: : 18 40 80 W.Itobt It. Matthews30,33 Hndgaa----------. 16,89: .

3. Here Is what Dr. C. B. tha rug Its stiffness wears off. Re. -.txth Judicial Circuit In Bradford NW'4 10 A In SW Cor24 II 10 f
day he drives the team at his fath.er' her; husband! : survivors \ .It UO Eugene nryan_______.__ 19,00
ILtb chief of Co-operative Exlullon sizing can be done at home and it County, Florliln, In Chancery, wh ro. $ l 5WL. 1 YO 40 Unknown _______ 11.00 i ',, "kEW '
plow or feeds into the thresher i are two daughters Mrs. W. M. In R II. BAXTER a* Trunta of Wit, : NW .8N J-r: r-u ------- ,

Wow In the United States. the gathered grain of the year he will make the rug wear longer as Graham of Lake Butler and Mr. the Estate of Kat C Dutton waR 8W\4\ ax 1 A for" ehurCb"U 10 119 ttnknown------------- III.At t 1Eu

to that regard; Is I. well as Improve Its appearance. and In complainant, and A. A, PUX- AU ._ __________ 1 7 ao 840 Unknown ...__.________ 184,9/ S t r'a
bai being; educated and trained in W I. Roberts of Jacksonville; one DEN and wit., U'NSIK!! DURDKiN, A. SWt '__n____h_.___ 9 '1 211 .III "nknown .___ _....__._ U.7' 0( I M4 I
'They are privileged children the fundamentals and verities of Flake glue which can be bought at son, John Green 'of Lake Butler; KT AU were and are dafendantv NW", of NW%______.___._ a 7 10' fll W, H. 110<1......-__________ 111,89
I most hardware and stores is wherein I. K1.OY1) OHEKN. wa* appointed NI014 of NEW--_____ 4 7 10 ; '
on a farm. Practically drug four fO n. J. 0. Ureen Jr.______ 16.11 ;
wbo!, grow up life."To used for step-children Mrs. R. B. Rob- Special Mauler In Chancery, NW y4 ot 8111<0_.__________- II 1 10 .0 Unknown 8.81 '
the whole period of child- romp In the fields with a the sizing. erts of Worthington, B. D. An. to execute' alit. decree: that I have Lot II .x 9 A In SB: : ('or" -.w.--- y r 1'

tend to maturity la concerned I dog and explore is an educational The New York State College of drews of Ralford W', H. and R. J. levied bpnn Iota, all tract the, piece following or;parcel daorlbed -- oI1t NJv of Lot 111.____._._ T 7 to JIR Ir .A. nrown..__..____._ 44,12 '

with educational process andgrowth. process, to rob a bumblebee's nest Home Economics gives the follow Andrews of Starke. of land t:4: :: and being: IAinSE'orofLotiIA 1.8.A 1n..8W Cor ot Lot r

There Is something about I or throw stones at a hornet's nest ing directions for the process. In Florida the and. more particularly. mate da.of 38of ___ _______ T 7 III I Unknown -______-._____ I..43 l ,' ;'
NF,0
agriculture and country life that is to acquire knowledge. To know Stretch the rug face down tight BENJAMIN Ff CRAWFORD crlbed aa follow: N Also that SWofNEtt portion I I Iof

and straight on the floor of a little. L.ot 17. 18, lit and 20 In Block 14 of ,
the ways of the minnows In the NEW NW'. B of r

creek and the fishes of the lake to used room or on a porch and tackIt Funeral services were held at According Hampton, Florida to the. except Enaey a Survey parcel of nf "bllo roactbout. II Ah 8 'I 10 123 lTnknown __._.._______ 10.06 y0
Those DeliciousBARBECUES down firmly. Dissolve the glueIn land described aa follow now owned NE'4 (1t NW'4 A WI{, ntNW4
For know of rain and Dyal ,
the meaning cemetery near,Raiford. Mon by T, M. Hasten. commencing1 at a &- 14 t4 0' ', l
frost and drought on crops and Income hot water in a double boiler allowing day for Benjamin Franklin Crawford point 12 feet. 6 inches VVeat of that, .x about II acres 101 ofpubllo
( one-fourth pound of glue to certain hi.li-k store hoitHa, now owned road oI1t Nm't: of 1 1W14
to know the names of plants a resident of Jacksonville by Ida P. Maxwell on Navarre $ ex'" I A In 1:1111: _: II 7 to lilt .\. n. FlhlCw___.________ U,5
ANDCHICKEN and birds the haunts of squirrels one-gallon of water. Sprinkle the who died at his home there Saturday Avenue, thence run Went along; said NWW of $: W' ._________. 8 1 20 40 J.. A. Brown__._-_______ 17.111 i'p
back of the rug generously with avenue. to the (1. H, *" F. Ky rlahtofway Ona acre In !'IN C'or ot
and muskrats and woodchucks to night after a brief
SALADSANDWICHES the solution and then let It dry undisturbed illness. Eld.\ thence North 14 feet R NEW' of 5W14---- 'l 20 1 Unknown ._._-_________ ..88 i+ '
know the silence of the night the W. R.. Rhoden pastor; of the Mac. Inches, thence riant top point 12 feet t'om" .t N1i1 1.01' ot MW'4of

fields and the forests Is to growin for at least twentyfourhours. clenny Primitive Baptist Church 6 Inche flue Vest of nnd! brick utoi a $' Wai'ttoW210ft.
house, thane South 34 feet 8 inches N43nft.E910ftN98oft
knowledge'' and to develop the The rug may then be restored had charge 'of the aeivlce. to atartliiK point In Lot 2(1( Black 14 to b.-8 A.-__ 8 'I 10 ''II 1t..A. Brown.,_.______ 4.$0 4 't

VISITIJHALL'S soul. All these things are learnedin to its usual place to resumeits a* per map' or town of %..otla.. 4 ot Hlk :3 I Ward
usefulness. Those surviving are his widow, Hampton, recorded 1 1c'i I ::.k'* office, City _____ ___.__-3 'I 20 H., n. Crosby------ le.n e
PLACENear more or less degree by the rural Mrs. Mary L. Crawford, and three Uradfoid County Florida) Lots H ii 10, Dik 1 9,

child not from teachers or books daughters Mrs. J. W. Pearsall and The land, conveyed, above I I. bounded a d l y_!!_ .!_. .._._ 8 T 10 w n..T. Oeteen.----___ le.n
Miscellaneous Hint aa follow: l..otl\I. I. 8. 4, 0 ot 131k8.
Seaboard Depot but from contact with things as The interior of the automobilemay Mrs. A. F. :Muse of Jacksonville On the South by Navnrre and T, W..rtl Cllyh...___.____ 9 'I 10 hire. J. J. Morgan---- &.11i iJ .,
they are. The things thus learned and Mrs. C. E. Bennett of M JloKiln Building: on the Wet by Lots H 4 2. III 7. 8 of Ilik
be'cleaned with a vacuum Eastman T. M. Haan HulldlnK and 0. H. K. 10. \Ward t.lty.: _____ __ A 'I 10 1IfrA. H. 10. Mott.________ 8.U
,stick througl1l1fe. cleaner if the car Is driven close Ga.r three sons, W. R. Craw. Hy. on the North bv: alley. and on Lot 11 of Bik 11 Ward City_ 9 1 110 1If. P. Matheny---------! I.U
ford of the East by a 15 foot alley. HelnK Lola 8,8of141k12Ward
Jacksonville B. F. Crawford
enough to the haute for the cord to the Name rinntjrty upon I which', Mfttiated City e 'I 20 W. W
Ward------- I.fta
reach window and be attached Jr., of Bradley Junction, Ga., a larva atora hulUllnic ,,ooccul.1 I..t .n o------------------ 8 7 20 _
through a Unknown ____._________ 1.34 y''
and T. R. Crawford of Plant City by the said A. A. Uurclt.n.'l'u"4th'r Lots a. 8 of IIlk III Ward '
;
BOYS MAKE MONEY-WIN PRIZES to a base plug. three with all of the fuinlxh- ('lty 0 7 10 1It. P. ]hialheny(. Iaa jt
sisters Mrs. t
Mary Rowe and hues. fixtures equipment showcases of Ask ill 'Vllrd Cify_
Lot 'I 8 7 110 Mrs. Laura l0. tiuxfer8.03"" : n ;
Mrs. Anna Crawford of Lawtey, etc, In that certain bulKllnxHltuated Lots' I. 2. 1,4offlk18.

SELLING Oak floors and other woodworkcan and Mrs. Sarah Carlisle of Lake upon Iota 17. 18, 19 and 20 Ward (ply __ _____, _. A 7 10 n, P. Oaln..y___________ l2fT t'
very easily and economicallybe In Block 14 accnrdlno tn En.sy'eSurvey Lot 8 of nlk U. Wnr.1 City_ 8 'I 90 __ n. 1'. Uste.n-------__ .70& 1
ATLANTA SUNDAY AMERICANYour Butler; three brothers. J. M. Craw of Il.mnun* Florida. Lnfe 1 13 of
cleaned and polished by the use ford of Orlando, and W. R. and F And that I will, on the 4th clay of Elk lis2\V ir..d-: :) ._. ." d 'I 80 ...- ]h1. O. Jll1rt"l1.__________ U8
of equal parts of vinegar sweet oil Juno lll.lt; within the legal hour. of
I.tlt 8 tlf Ulk III Ward City5 7 20 _
R. Crawford of aale. In front of the Court House ILIL Brown----------- 0.10 y
friends and neighbors will be your customers.You and turpentine. These ingredientscan Lawtey. I door In the city of titaike, Dradtoidt'ountv Lots' 'I. II, 0, In, 11 ot JlIKU.
S Florida offer said land for Wstd, 8 T 20 n. P. L'ewl------------- 8.0
be at City------
get your papers on Thursday of each week. Writeat purchased any paint After protests from motorists I ala, and sell the ama to the high S\I\ of MIV .\

for full information and prize catalogue. store. The vinegar eats the diet Kansas set and beat bidder. for coal to aatiBfy N1V'4ofHWy4ex6A8: t
once our new the sweet oil adds lustre and the City. Mo., authorities re- i paid decree, fee anti all eoat of Ry 9 7 IB 56 N, O. Rlnk......__________ Itas
scinJed their ruling compelling FLf YUIH11EN. RW'4' of MEW.-------, II 7 90 .11 1IIr. J. H. (irony.------" 11,711

Address BOY SALESMAN CLU1? turpentine acts as a' dryer.SAXTON Kansas City Kan; automobilists A* Special.. Mauler In Chancery. NKM of NEt;:!, A W'4' of
-.- B A. CLAYTON, Oahtesvlllo, Fla, NIO'4 A .
to
ATLANTA SUNDAY AMERICAN Atlanta, Ga. buy drivers' licenses of the Mis- Solicitor l for Complainant.: N13U* of MWL4----------- 0 7 20 200 Unknown ?...._,.__._.. 40.84
I souri city. B-lll4t8-l' | N NId'4 A IN \' I ofttWW
A" 10'y' of NWl4 ,,
T I NOIICI "'0 'RP. lITOR w... of 1:110'4: A NKV4 of-

Approval f Rooseveltian policies In the Court of the. (County Judo; _.. __ __" '.'" _.-10 1 20 820 Unknown -____...-..___. 6410
I Bradford County Florida-In fio- E4NW4 \ ,
Mrs. W. A. Tyler Cor. are given by a Literary Digest h..llI. ( ofWNWVNVy,81V44! 4

poll at a two to one ratio. In Ha Estate of Clara B. Slutrunk, of W1,4 .. .____________.13 7 24 480 Unknown __-_..___-.--. OB,SO "r
.
neceaavdTo
NKU A HW i of
For Expert RepairingSmith's I.. "'!l.t""r: "f **. <.".....t r Judge all creditors and all person. having I A K\! '"fIDhlof NWU ANWU
Mrs. W. R. Swambon was shop- nn In r.. the Estate: o. K,rrr.t M. John. eatatat of "'W"NW"% ofHKU
ping In Starke Saturday. Ierru.ed.MIvAT.. You and each of von are herebynotified of HldU' ._.14 7 20 _
A NEW\<6 340 Unknown ._____--____ 7241
Crockett Sumner made a buM- VVtlrn tlalnm, and required to present any V(4 of NWU of !H13U: _. .__14K",4 7 soso 20 Mr, Leila J. Hough____ 11.44
to Jacksonville last week. NOTIOK M:, HKHKHY liVEN that and denmlida' which you, oreither 1I""; of NKVt; ax A N of f froad
news trip the und..I..d will on the JJrd of von, may have niralnet the ._ -- --- --ISW'6 'I 81 K. C, llolllnsr-worth____ 21.18
JordaLee Rrantley and Ml:is day of June A. F>. estate of Clara U. Hlatrunk, deceased > rf
GaragePhone 1914 present to late. of Bradford Cntinty of NIC<4 A NRU' of
Freda Brown were quietly married Bradford the honorable Cnuntv Judge of Florida, to the Hon E. K. ferryman. NWU.A\ IJ(4( of HWU' __." 'I 20 200 Unknown -.,._--_____._ .0,08
here Sunday by Rev. E. 1.. Hicks return account County and Florida vmirhem, .her firm.! County Judge of Bradford County I'J'ofl'iW' of MEtt..15 1 20 20 Unknown .--_,.._...___ 8)1 ,'
a. Ad.mlnl.tralrl" "si144 of ex ti 10 A 4k
at his office In
They have a host of friends who 11[. ", of t the. Emat of KvorKt In Htarke.,the Bradford County County Courthouae .: '41:1ovt:" -___-_:-_H 'I 10 70 J. W. Padgett.----- 27,48
120 Johns deceased 1. and at paid Bit" of 8WU of NRV4 *'
will wish them much happiness. time, Florida, within eight month from
there,
trO.hn..I. make appl1aatlon the date ot the first publication Hti of HEW or NWU I***
rttlvment Judge for a final. hereof. All claims. and demand not H A W of Branch ANEW "
Wrecker Service Night takes the largest shareof said ,. of her ndmlnlatrnllon of presented. within the time and In themanner HWU A NW'4' '
Day estate 'and/ for
or an nr4er "Ia.! prescribed herein hall ba of HBV4: less 2 A for .
rayon exported from the United ehar5ing 11'1"", bar an such AdnihilntraDtehl' barred a* provided by law. Deaden Cem.terY..11 7 SO JSO If K Ntoksny... ..___._.__ on,TO

,States. ''' th* 2lh day of May. Dated Nay 10 A. D. 1934. NI!I \ -"
A. :
n. \D3f. JOSEPH M. SISTRtINK: ex. M R A-20 A A 8'4' ,,' .
An THRL.MA AdmlnlHtratTli-ELIZABHTH'" > .-tb.JOHNS:. ,A, *'Executor of. tha Lest Will andCLABA.b. of HWU of HRU\ A. Hfcof '! .. 10, ;!j

of Everett M. Johan, ..E..lat.1./ H1STHUMK.Tentament! of Oeceaied. HH4or BWU_____.- ,1/ T 10 40 J. If. K.lly.-\'\.._-...... 1019 .
81141122 1.11141181NOTICE Beg., at a pi 418 ft W of ,
NH Cot' of WU\ of NE',4, i'i'A '
run W on-lI"o iins r''

944 Jt ft. Ial'.1\ yqt, {(Nyroll'
I w t ah

Wallace thence 111 IU J.a ,. ,
SturgisThe :Notice' I la" hereby given that th. following tleai-rlbi-d ft. thenos N 4e mile toheg14
thnkeof a* will ba net *anary to nav* the amount due for bode taxes or herein an. much set 4.5 acres. ..____.1? T 10 U m, L. Crosby.-----, 8,011 I INW4.f
.
opp'iHlt to the together NWI41ese t A14 '
will I be aold at Puhllo name I auction on the with and coat day of such of ,July aala and 1B34.advertising at Btarke,;, of I\y.__ .__ ..17 'I 20 at 1IF"P. Mathcny-__ 13.81 '
me County or iiratirora.: NW4 of liP-V ,d N. otlW4 +

/ N of Hlvcol"" .-_ .17 7 20 JlO Unknown .. ,,,;u..__._.. Ifat I'''
.. .
Description See.. V Hand A 4)wa.r A l',nh l0A W ot ltylnNttofrottA011N'hntfstet
itPr ---L__
81Ai! ot SW,. SMitof "t' '.,' I. ..._ ________.._.._ __t8 10 80 Bradford County nank1.111/ ,

AJ. '. O 10 le11 ttnkn..wn ___: yk,, ..f 2290 I.IIL 0.-_ __._ .. ______.1. I Mil ,,80 t'. N.llh..w...,...__.._ IO.U f
AlTss of SEU; s of nivar.SJ" 8 19 20 Unknown 4.as !NI:'.. ot Nf'JJ; ,.." ..JO au fO IJnknown ."._---..---._- 10.88 '
All HKV' of NKV Sof New --s'f e- H
I Klver and N& of SKU .' ',,, \\\-f, ..NNJ': .O :rw1:

lit all HEW of SKU( N of oI1t tUJ'4!' N ot diver ___ .81 7 10 180 Unknown _______.-_*._ IIIU

DemocraticI a Banta Fe River______..U 4 19 140 Unknown ____.,.r.:,., 28.81 NIP, of NFl'j ex IG If A lie '
All Hty'< of N11W&s'; '/(, of 111'1. of Nbtl A "
I. NW8\< ot flyer I A 5174't aNIG'4' of NSW..".91 'I 10 14. J. H. Kelly------------- 118,00
HW'4'*" W.I*>> of BEV4( ,* NI'J"' Ni' a.. A In N

J4Ev5of BEW.____..._____81 4 19 840 Unknown ___..:..__._ 88.17 ('or for ,"..hoot__.,.____ -.tt: 'I 10 811 Unknown ?-..__._______ 1tI.89 I'
NE'.. A" all NWI/\ Sot,,mv'; NW"f of N5IS4> A, MW'4 ot '
l
.r &" NS of 81I3 SW -----.11 'I 10 10 Unknown .... .. 13,41
--
s : ,N1V I0C It ,1 -1"',.y.t"" ,' ., ", J/) : : SIC,", off NWh4- _.--------.23. 'I IIU 40 Unknown .-_--..-.-..-?-_-_-_-_ 10,09

Candidate ForCONGRESS ..... .... .'. III erfwHwt4.: ... : t'nknown': JMW. .4 "fl.17toil E'fit} "W4 NE'4 of t'1
____, ._:.. .. .u in fto W M. & 10( It.' Hayanl, :::. NW1! A i4WW IIf H\4..J3\ 7 10. '880 Unknown.-_____ 12,10,
Ntt'4l SW% of i iHV4 SW'34 6 1f Son Unknown.?..-.._.____ SIl.711 W I1-:' 81614 A ,
of 8WUA.4 of 8ftVi_v 1 'I' 1$ 140 Unknown __-...-....._____ 8400: \v.4: of &l;,_._ __ .53 'I 200 5. L. Prescott-----_ lUll
N4 of NK'-i A J3'i' : of NWI. ot Nro\o\ A NF.\4\ of 4 4XtW
NWU" A smi of NE14; ANKU 'A tit .N'Ai Qf N''hJ4! of "

1 of wtiW,. .- 2 7 It 240 W. H. It!. 8. May*..... 004 .__ -1.Corof T 20 100 Unknown ,_, ......,-._-___ J8.78 1nIteg
Woof
S NKU. A HWU of, .n fOhna Nt']
pruti or swy Sec U A rUn W 4U

N'tv" rof Kg%,.-_--.._ t 7 It 200 Unknown ___:_________ 40 3It II liS 1.8 y'Is. N 4311Jl of ofyds
I'v' of SK'4. ____ I 7 19 ilentvn Ilarrell.____.___ 19.SJ 1 e ydr to
NSW of Nb'4--', ____..,_ ._ 8 7 It 40 J V. Edwards--------- gr-N0 ._.:._. .U 'I ::10 10 flank ot lltarka.! ______- "..711NWY. f q
SB'4' of NE14 & KM* of ot SWW A IIEIi! ot rSEtI

i ;'' _____h________.,'___ 7 1110 H. C. Edward.44.72" ___ __._ .--___-.U. .7 20 10 Unknown 111,4& P
Great Odds J 8iw"u W5i A u:; ot NW'4" M'h of IIW..U- 10 340 T. 14 Uyc-1------------- n.n

Conceded! the FAVORITE .. --_ ; t 7 It 140 Unknown -......-...__.. 22.20 Nyy5ofCurNE's' I... t' A In
EW ot N\V"i&Ii6of; church> .18 'I ::10 7T. P. Lyat-- __.__ 'O.U I
HWU A SWU of KUI4.,.10 7 111 160 Unknown --__-.__._____ 8310 NE'a- N'4 (1t NW'4 4 ,
WIIo of NWU of NE'4.U' 'l'U 20 Geneva Harrell-.L.__ '.11 Nh\ty of EW-' .. .JI'l 'I 10 I 40 Unknown ____________ IS.'IIJ ''

APPROVEHIS NK!:>4 of NR"iNrv4ofNKf4 A El4 Vtfu 114Eof MEW._ _A_ HW'4. ..__of__.It 4 II ISO Juhn flrlttl.._____ '.
THE PEOPLE, NOT THE SPECIAL INTERESTS, N ot.7 It 40 :31 r.. Data Harrn- _, __ 24.24DO N.... of SC/i of SW'4..H 4 It 80 Mr. Hester Mapp--------___..-_, 41,5 11,81 I ',

NW'&SWysofs / 4A.. All Eov of NW% ot NW4H \

SIMPLE SANE YET CONSTRUCTIVE PROGRAMS: E',, of 813UNBk ->._- .JI 7 1* 24* Unknown ______._...-___ fR.U I ..W of Pu lib roacl-
of NEU t.__..__..lL,1.,18NU 7 1* 40 J. .L* Matthews.-. ______ JII"I,:' IOAAS'4ofNEWof. \ ,
of SEW N or Rlver13" 7 19 4V Usksown.J,..__ 3,31 HW"La- A In HE Cot
111 M of NW4 A. SEy .f or NW'4 01 NW% .__ __. 1 81 II T. ?. lIonk___..__ n.n t
S' WU NEW! of a$!4._""14rrrz1 7 It ISO Unknown_ ..___. ".80 HEY4\< of HEW. of NW'486 10 A I It 10 Horace Norman.-, IU "
14E'.x .n
IIE'4' of NVr- ____ 120 40 H L. John! _,__ 8Y'ot
1. Medical Service and Hospitalization for the Needy. NEVi' of NICU1M :\,----....., 4 20 40 Unknown--i*,,.,..____ II.OU 1.00 N side t ME'4 tlf HW.21 I It 10 "r.w' It.d.JI..h,.,..,..._ 10.87 a

to.,. !:'.f.';;' 1;, A in NW Cor of '/ of, NRyW 01 ] .-, _.._---- a I H I/O n. r.. ,_ 11.1"
: Tyn.e.-
__ '
\ "JIW. 18 II to .
2. Federal Aid to Schools. HWU\ of HWU N a road Nwtof: 4AWs4( ofw'4 T H. _. 18.0
8 and W nf road ,._---;. 1 5 20 2 P. W. Kell.y-: _..?.... 1.81 NW'4.\ Also
W 18 A of of NWU! of '
3. Old Age and Infirmity Benefits. AV.7Aof NWU Mi" or 8W'/J' IOn! at MW C"I".t" NW'4

of NWU J .. a., 1 4 It 20 Mr. *. W, E. Yarboroufh U' of 8W'4 A run E 6 ehne {
During Dull Seasons. A f. Ike. therm. Ne
4. Program Reforestation. n to Employ Farmers : of NF.A of degrees E 10 ehns.
SnW!: 4NW"of'; A VIr 9 ( thence
Effr. thence 'hn"l
5. Rates for Florida Equal to Other Southern States., N'y of HW". of .. at to be-III, A. Ala" a:
Freight I A In SB!! Cor for .001 2V. A In NW Co .f ,
4 A for road8H .____ I 4 20 17S R. P. Iferrltt....:.. .__..... ,
to His Rightf PJace. ... .0.St .W'4 of RWW_____.fl II II l' W, I.E. Wh/tt.n--/ II.U
6. Permanent Economic Plan to Restore the Farmer } of 8WU! of BEW.w.- I 24 2(1( Frank 1II1.lnol"".._.__.. .1.1. A ? '+
NKH !less. road._ __.?___11 4 20 lad Prank 1".1'......,.-,_ 47,00 All NEW\ mot ,1"eI"a"out.NEy4
Canal Through Second District. All K\>, of 8BV4! E of pub- '. uf "'hilt. .C.P& ,
7. Construction of Cross-State Ito road ____ .,...,.,.11 S 50 .3 W. T. Turner.-, .....,. 16.54 A for hllr"h A .am.
5% of SWu- ._.--1 20 W. T. Turnar.,.,,_,_,_ 11.&& t..ry A.. $5154\ o. 8"'V." Ho .
Branch lie :
I4W'ofNWy4aallNW14 NEW A NEW 01 tlltiy4.Y8 I II UI: W. 61. WMtt.n..____ 77." +
of It cradedroad
NOT WORDS NWU I leer roa4 of right of 4 NW of NEW--__-_____ : I IS 40 J. A. Hollln.llworth._ U.U

HE WILL G'IVEACTION, way _________--U 1 24 .4 Frank .Steiner.1.54.. HWi otNEWANE'4o' '
NE/ ..... 31 I 20 .0 Mr. Wary K. Turnar.SO .__ 11.00 NW'14 _____________85 6 II" .0 Drew" R..cJ : EXCUSES 8H or 'iiwvri>-r'NW5S"-*" 11I11'4' ut HIIJ'4.. _.____.1 U 40 Unknown __.________._ .... ;

HE WILL GIVE RE5ULTS'NOT, NW'4 of MWU' ______:..._1K(4 .0.1 C. Crew.___.._._"': _. 1414 $!y ot Nob 0' Nt//ess 1
A In NW ('ol' for '
!:( of BWU' "W 1JU' Aof -
wu\ ofaBU._ .L,.._IUK 0 20 f1 Frank IiIt.lo....._.__ fl... church A N\o\ ClI $4y, of t"
.. .__.,. 21 1
1 1.
NEW\< H. n. Or..n._._______ 1111.15
i of NBH!: n 2 A In BB $5.44 of 52W" 41 W! of8W'4 1,

Its Share of Federal Relief. Cur NWU or NEW axI 01 s9ti-_ .. I 1 J1 .0 1t..A. IAw.-' ,._____ U.
Fair -- n
He Will See That Florida Gets I A In HEirwji I C G r. ._._-,11 1 10 74 JIJ. A. A Mabel Ha pp. .., 27.03
NEW of "W (______ I II f" Unknown -__.______ 1'.tO
of : A E: ,*ofSWH "t '. H' of.W __________.,-,3 11'0 tlnlenown ._,_.____ 16."
Benefit NVt4A. IIW14 of sW'4..U I 20 140 Unknown .; -e____ 2114 _._____ >a> J It .
He Did Not Hare the 501 Unknown ._________ 30.64W
People Because W of NM
He Can Sympathize With the Nlio of NE"4' of-8W'4.w.-U 20 2O Unknown ____,"-, 1 00NI. lie Eli. of
Depression. .!', of HW"" 01 SW14.._.l1 5 24. 10.1. W ,Town..nd...,.....__ '00 -. --___. f :It UO If. C. 110.1..._________, 49,15 1+
'
of a Fine State or Government Salary During the M'4 of SEW--: ....__i ._ I. 20 44 Unknown,._,.__._ 400 NB", of NK'4!:' *.. NWUNVVH Dt ... ,
it t S.l, w NVVS4 of "#,,"K +
\ \( %
> .Ultl.:: :_ '1; 18 1 20 140-/ Ray Caw Jill Co.: ._ 27.40' AM4.oW"' < & A HK'it

lathe New Deal But Win Remember That His All gy II of Rlnr ."1114 of SEW! ___,*.-.______ 4 21 240 Unknown ..________ .....
lie Will Follow Roosevelt (1t SEW lIIE'4.___RWI- ......_:.YO 9 24 no Hay Saw Milt Co______ 47.21 Nat of NE4! A.. 11I1iJ'4 of 4N91G
Elected Him. HE' of :' First Duty Is to the People,,Who HE'" A14190/Rw',.,,8of ,
HI..... ._ __ 7'-U 4 24 .0 Ttnknown _?___-?*...-__ 1327 $Wtl&Hw4ofShlle&try \
"B'4 .f IIIW'4__ __"..._ '5 ,,10 4O T. B. Ed ward" .-..__-_ 11.00 of "1'4.: -".." 3 4 21 489 Unknown _hUh_______ 95.11
N'4, 0' SWttofSF. __U 1.0 20 Hmnnaa William..__, 4.00 .W of NF.4' A "RtpoiT'A :

NEW DEALER or NKU" .* MW'/4 ,rNWU 41 NW 01 If El. I :21 120 If. J, KolllnI ?.____-__ n.1I
VOTE FOR THE SECOND DISTRICT'S Nfc of 8WV 4k.. $ r I NM' {, EVi: of" r
Nth of HRU\< ___-__-JI 20 ItO parm.r. Dealer* D.akl34 Mky. A Mel% 21 ISO Unknown _-___ __u_ 17,19
SBU' of NWl.. .. 1 Ala HWU of NWW 4r.. *wTjToT

FOR THE NEW DEALPaid, N'B Cor for ihureh.':"'._.2' 4)) 20 .t B. J. A J. 0. x.n.,..._ 11.20 IIW'4 ,-.-_--.--. I 4 210 Unknown, .__-_ 'It." 1'

NWW NEW:\ A NWot, All __,....___r.._ 8 4 21 440 Unknown .. ...._.._,_.. .. 121.11&
Political A $34 e/ 8&4---n: 0 200 Unknown ,--e.e.e. n." ((.'..<..)... .. PB 4))) ry'




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--. -------.------- -.---------- -- '- Police of Shanghai China, censored On the birthday -- "
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-- i Extra Beauty Care Where There Is The Most j 1,107 motion picture films' In Torquay England It!loll wa el?pent

r------- 'Wear, Js Novel Dictum of Cosmetic AuthorityTreatments last year e seated a cake weighing 5-180 l> \p:?I
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ANNOUNCING I More than 19,925,000,000 cigar: Cuba has removed Its ban
ettes were made in China In the exportAtion of alligator\ 011 thr
I aDd
Suggested for t first half of 1932.. ,.kina. Illakt
Hands Tired oW
Scrubby r
THE I I' Feet, Exposed FaceBy \ HOW WOMEN CAN WIH M1ff

ELIZABETH CROCKER
Director, National $.a.(y Initltuti
AND MEN WIN
W7HATS your work and what's

w OPENING your play, and where do you ..
show the most wear! The Favor of Other Men
: That's the newest beauty-goes- -
Unless two pints of bile juice e.peet them 10 set rid
tlonalre for yon to answer, to get of thl. Cooi .
flow daily from liver into that d..trol' pour pe..1\aI eh......
benefit of advice your Tilt,
the expert on ew't do It for they oal" _..
bowels, food In
decays out
OF how to safeguard those good look. your your tall end of your bowehr ud that 01...U....
your bowels. This poisons your t.lt..w." enouah of tae. ....
with which you were born or those whole body. Movements get hard Co.n.tlN won't hip.t .1..nd p010{' .
which you have sine! acquired! In and constipated.. You get yellow Only s 'ret flow 0' your boa ldq IOffI
Stop this dtea"
e' my bumble Judgment women dent i tongue, :yellow skin pimples, dull one mUd .ptabl.. poison m.diol.e in your.bmr IL n.
concentrate nearly enough on their '" 1,. eyes r bad breath bad taste, gas, o hM flow 0' your bd.. jul",..hl.h I. Stan
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BROWN'SPHARMACY beauty treatments. dizziness, headache.- have be- LlttI. Llnr Pilla, No "slomel Imeno Carta',,,
I One of you Iuckydo-have-such- come an ugly-looking; foul-smell- I..xtraou Cartor'a. 11' OaJr: en., mdd. '.....b.l
you would
'' sour-thinking person "You personal ........ brlna b.ek ?a.
lorely-skln girls may have hands to win m.n.
have lost your personal charm. I Carter'. Little Liver .t.rt talll",
I that look as scrubby as your active cIi..Uon.. todaF. 26. .pili..ee.dlog drag '4
Everybody wants to run from atore.
Ud brother's. Perhaps you think you. Refuse. -.mtthlnsr Ju.t) .. .
gn od"
fro
frpyn But don't take mineral n vrlp. loo n teeth e
salter or
scold
t filing or typing all day, with the I waters oils, laxative pills, laxa- rmuun.. Ask for Carer'. Utu. ("
dust and carbon sticking to your Llw Pills br: Come .nd
I nails, and playing basket-ball evenings -I A tive candies or chewing gums and what. you ask for Cl aa. C.H,Co.get _Xi._.

doesn't give your bands trip- --
le the wear they should bave. But
CORPENING'S DRUG
(Formerly STORE)
I you CAn't dismiss your hands witha IONA BRAND
casual dabbing of lotion before
+ going to sleep. They're getting hard PLAIX OR SELF itiM.vaFLOUR:!
wear, and need some pampering In I D
,,4> Saturday June 2))I Id your beauty routine. Try a ,thick ; d '

d coating of a pure, rich nourishing 7 '
cream and a pair of soft cotton
gloves to make: your -loveIrbands She's Brian of the movies
come true. Remember the not one to neglect her hands-pretty Mary I tsrs S oNto 6 Lbs. 12 Urn. 21 Lbs 48 Lb.*
; will start the blood circulating And for you Mrs. Williams, who
careful drying: each time you wash
your hands, and a double-does of freely. And next plenty of talcum- ars an out-of-doors canvasser Just 1 WHEAEEfArtOMYAULlS 25c 45c 85c $1.69
lotion--money spent on a good band but really; plenty of It-cooling, refreshing emember that exposure to all kindsof
We Want to Get Acquainted With lotion la'economy, because bands and soothing, and a won weather may. leave you looking I

I show wear all too quicklY Experiment derful preventive against the weather-beaten, unless you beat the SCOCO, Finest Shortening! 1-Lb. Ctn. 4-Lb.Ctn. 8.L'to./ .
Our Bradford County Friends : with some of your foundation wrinkle that come from tired weather with extra care of your
i iI cream rubbed thoroughly into the [rown*. Another beauty; hint that skin. Cleanse it thoroughly-a fine, I COMPOUND 8c 30c 57c
I
,
kin before you venture out, and goes a long way In your long-hoars liquefying cleansing cream is something '
I and school-room! can't afford to economic
never, never go ungloved t In crowded shop you
DIXIE CRYSTAL, "The Sweetest
If you're a saleswoman or a Is the use of sachet. Not a bit old- on-use a pore wash to get rid jf Sugar Ever Sold"
I schoolteacher then it's feet that fashioned; rather, the most modernuse every last speck of soot. Then be
,ATTEND OUR OPENING DAY need extra beauty care for your of perfume In powder form. If sure that a really-helpful tissue I. SUGAR\ 5 Pounds 23c
I cue, Mary Jane I Therese Laval you have no fancy satin or embroid cream is left on to do Its .ejuveaatlng .
SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Djer-Kiss beauty consultant, recom- red sachet-holders, put some on a trick overnight, to we sure MANDY
I mends a hot foot-bath with a generous piece of cotton and tuck It Into of a face as fresh as, the mowing I.
measure of bath crystals first your brassier .and see. how deIghttuIlyofcoursariDrragrant > Its an easy; slogan for all ron I MEAL Pounds l OcGRANDMOTIiER'S
I
--4 of all Then massage those tired you women-"extra beauty care" Where's
feet with a pure cold cream'.that I feel all day Ion*I there's the most wear." i .

Opening Day SpecialANY I I ]I Fresh, Plain or Sliced .14-Oz.. 18-Oz. 24-Oz
{, i U. D. C. Spend-The-Day. W. 1S., Circles Baptist Circle Notice

I i Party Postponed :' Will Meet MondayThe The regular meetings of the 1 I BREAD 6c ,8c lOc

ICE CREAM ORDER The W. T* Weeks Chapter; U. circles of the Woman's Missionary Woman's Missionary noclety of
'I D./C., will not have' their spend- Society of the Methodist the Baptist Church will be held SILVERBROOK, Print or A4P: Fancy Tub
I at the lake next Church will meet Monday afternoon next Monday afternoon, June 4, at
the-day party
;TWO For The Price of ONEBROWN'S BUTTER Pound 29c
,y I Wednesday, as previously an- at 4.00: o'clock Circle No. 1 3:30: o'clock.Circle .'
I nounced However, there will be a will meet at the home of Mrs. J. No. 1 will be entertainedby SULTANA BRAND, Assorted Fruit Compound
short business meeting of the W. White, with Mrs. White and Mrs. W. H. Perkins at her JAM
chapter on Wednesday, afternoon, Miss Amelia Ray as hostesses home on Call Street. 43-Oz. Jar 31c
I June 6, at 4.00: o'clock, at the Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs. Circle No. 2 will meet with Mrs. KAJAII
I PHARMACY home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- Titus Olson. W. M. Edwards at her, home on
ley Call Street Sandwich Spread % .Pt. lOc Pt. 15c
Circle No. 3 will be entertainedby
natural
Specimens at Mississippi's IIEINZ CookNlMACARONI
I PHONE 14 The quickest way to silence a resource nave been placed on Mrs. Pate Gassett at her borne
: born which won't stop blowing; la .display in the,,old capItol building on Cherry Street.AlvarezMatzat, 2 Cans 25c

s ..- -- .. -- -. -- -. to disconnect one of the wires. at Jackson. ,JV HEINZ CookedSPAGHETTI' .
--
_ -- -- -- ( .
--
.", -. > .3Cans-c, -', ':25c I 7
Mr. and Mrs: Walt r Alvarez of
Jacksonville are announclpgr' the QUAKER MAID

!"'I engagement of their daughter, PORK and BEANS 16-Oz. Can SC
\ Irene Valentine, to Raymond J.
r-t Matzat eon of Ilr. and Mrs. A. IONA

,' Matzat, of Jacksonville, the wedding Black Eye Peas 2 16-Oz. Cans 15c
Jft to bean event of June. *
Miss Alvarez, who Is well knownin IONA .
1 Starke, has a number of rela- String Beans 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
tives and a host of friends here
{ Roosevelt CommendsGREEN who will be interested in her approaching .
,
# marriage.

J O. E.-S. Meets.Monday-- Fresh Fruit And \VegetablesFresh

The regular meeting of .the
Starke Chapter, Order of Eastern: CORN Dozen 20c
a. Star, will be held at the chapter
: / ', room Monday evening, 8:00: Fresh EGG PLANTS Each lOc

':j ill'.I'' t ,I.. o'clock.\ All members urged to be Fresh Georgia Peaches, 4Qt. Basket 75c
:
otew; \ present, and visiting members are
$ .
;
r, .. r ,:,. I welcome. California Iceberg LETTUCE, Head lOc

.. yntVak. CARROTS Bunch 7*/
,, \ c
) I 0" .. Ii. !} i', MOTHERS PENSIONS COST
I UO '
"" \.
'. As : BUADFORIMTES 8 CENTS BEETS Bunch 7'/2c
t. .' '11'' -
: ", ': Bradford-County citizens aD'an BELL PEPPERS 3 For 5c
i r o
: THE WHITE HOUSE ,
s v 1Y' ,.. _... ,:,( ., eight averages, cents are apiece called upon per to year spend In Cooking APPLES 2 Pounds 15c

;c WASHINGTON.' Mil'1 '. \ mothers' pensions or aid to needy Golden Yellow Bananas 4 Lbs. 15c
\\1 ; \ : ,. o- \ children In their own homes according Fresh
\ Crowder
1934 Peas 5c
,' May. 8' : r to a report on mothers' Pound
; ;
,. _,_ ; \ '
.
'. pensions in Florida by Emma O. SQUASHES
': t 1bty'di 1' .. Pound 3c
'.i, ." _:!Joo... -j -+ .. '"" Lundberfl, which the state depart
I' .., '-f'II'!! "f.t Gdtk --I"K"'J'( :I J
i ment of public welfare has
pre
.. ,.. ..... '. ," 0"I -
""'- for
It pared distribution to those In- SULTANA BRAND
.'I ., u-\y.! 'J "
1'1
,;J t My dear, Congressman. I .,v4i; ". ', 1., d-;' '' terested.Bradford's total fund of ,_9712 Plan Olives Il-Oz. Beer Mug Jar I5cAP
I t'1iHd1';
Pa j (' for 1933 l la less than the 1931 fig. BRAND Fancy

VtJ ;" ., '. ;' I Thanks :for, your letter of ,..-.\fft I I'_ '-'! _' der urns the of $811 1932,amount and considerably, $1,008. un- PUMPKIN 2 No. 2I/2, Cans 15c
April 26th. I wasi.gladjito: get t.his. '
'I
I.1 'frank: expression (,;your 'views. : i '. ". lf list There receiving were a 104 monthly children average on the of Wesson OH Pt. Can ,,17e Qt Can 33c

.. : i .' $1.92 each, at the time the figures TALL f '

t c:,, It ,is always good to have .' p.0.' ,1.. t{ were County compiled thirty-seventh, making among Bradford for- PINK SALMON Can 12c

; one's friends express their appreciation. [ ty-five counties In proportion of OCR OWN BLEND
.
I i";1 Having done yourpart' in tho big under'f : .r'.. I. ,f.fs the fund to the total population: TEA / .Lb., Package, 17c

,,;1 ', t' taking in ''which ''_we,.,fi fMo' all engaged you : ;r't :,rfitiI ( .: and thirty-fifth eighth in In number amount of per childrenon child, StTNNYnELD

.1'I ;: [', f"; .' have .alright. to W f el a personal. ,, satisfaction f..i.i,. .. the list compared to entire CORN FLAKES 8-Oz. Pkg. 7c

"-":" ,' -1t. Miss Lundberg is special) consult- RAJAH
). ''',''. 2' toward '

t, ,( .. 'y'I' ,:",,t't, recovery T I"""Yr.y sincerely, ,. .. ant financed to Florida with Federal in welfare funds.studies SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 15c
\" '
DOG FOoD
'l ;' Mothers'' aid now In uee In ftfr-
., .u .
; I.) >'. 1!1.:; ,-' ",,: "'( Signed) ,. I-RANKLIN' D. ROOSEVELT,' .. .1 r \p \ ty-flve counties among' those In the Interested state la regarded In- I KEN'L RATIONS 1-Lb. Can 9c

II''II- ; j,. ii:' v : welfare problems as one of the Mild Mellow, Pure Santos COFFEE

: ,. Hon. Robert A. Grfien. i ., beat possible tools In the preven
:. 8
t tion of child dependency and possible O'CLOCK Per Pound 19c
.1 House of Representatives* :' ,', delinquency with consequent

> II '"' 'Pfr., ; Waskiugtot3j; D. (C., ?, ',,%.;c-i'- .t.l E.,. a .. 0 a' .' o,1" / '- caring expense' Institutions.of keeping up large child- IONA BRAND Red RIpe, mi Pack

"Jt :;: That--S California horse, whose TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans I5eONA

i I IbrtA. "Lex" GREEN hoof striking a rock caused a $25-
RE-ELECT. 000 fire Ions, will probably be stabled BR IND. DrUclousAPRICOTS21argeNo.212cans23c

:ifT. next to Mrs..O'LearY's cow,


i ,\\ igc i ,He,Has. Done ,His Part and Will Appreciate workers SequonU Civilian treated National Conservation 87.00O Park) ( acres for Corps the In urns HorSE' .EVAPORATED- ;,


c i June 5 nat'ii'afi eradication: of rodents 3 Tall 17c

Your Support.. : Cuha--- gave up S the play of Issu- MILK__ Cans.
silver -
ng certifies. to pay off

ifg}pd,, ., y 1"carry the nooUnlt gctnus.debt bectUiw they THE GREAT ATLANTIC'& P PACIFIC TEA .COMP.1f :'

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JI\\. JUNE I. IOS" BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIB STARKE, FLORmA'' PAGE FIVE I''+ 1;

kt't, .. __"n .. '" ._ _.-__ .._ __ __-- -- -.-. ._.. _-----__ ---- _
t R. O. Daniel of Sarasota baa I I Mr.and Mrs. J. C. Robinson anJ'' Pine Level were visiting relatives COUNTY CANDND.VTB DEFINE '
been a recent guest of Mr. and daughter Miss Vera and
Claire r here Sunday. PUVTFOIIM9 AT MEETINGS t IL
Mrs. J. W. Edward. at their homeon sons, Lester Price and Eldrldge,! ",*RISING Mr. and Mrs. 13. M. MsRae and --k'4

Bits of Cherry Street. of Apopka.,. .and Mr. and Mrs., C. D. Ma II.f t M. Siena. 4:'... little daughter of Pine Level sea: (Continued from Page 1) { i ,
Shank and little daughter, Betty
r tlon were visiting at M. M. Wo-
1'
n Charles Gllllson of Jacksonville Lewls, -;'of Lake' ''CIty spent' the Rae's Sunday afternoon. dig at school teachers serving In % f '

was in Starke last week visiting week-end the Robinson cottageat I the Legislature.! "We elected a e..
.' Eld. C. A, Crosby conducted funeral Remember the services at Pine '
local Nevb' his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Klngsley Lake., also school teacher. to the Legislature ; t '
services for little Mary Level Church next Saturday, "
and Mrs. Glen Q. Scaring. once. he said" "Professor Duval f"
I Saturday'' night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Jr., 'Goodman six-year-old daughter of from Hampton. He went up to lS
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS: AND of Cocoa spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs. John Goodman, at Everybody welcome. Tallahassee and represented us
Mrs. William Brooker and little We are glad to report that the
'OF THE COUNTY Starke with, the forttw's parents. Bronson. She was laid to rest in ones and never even came back to this c '
AND
PROGRESS TOWN daughter, Elaine of Green Cove sick in this community are .
and Mrs W. at j ?'
I Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. FJ Bryant Klngmley Lake'' cemetery, Sunday improving. ,county rr
Charles Imbach, Saturday, their home on Call ,$reef They afternoon. We extend Sympathy i Laughter and applause interrupted 1i 4.a";
were accompanied back) to Cocoa i Two brothers of Line Francawho the three candidates trom"' ,}
Mrs. A. C. Durden, Mrs. C. C, by Mr; Bryant's mother, who will to the bereaved ones. married two sisters (In 1830 time to time. x, .;
of Hugh was a Mrs. David L. Silcox and Mrs. < \ visit them. Mr. and Mrs. Willie and
Brlnson J. enjoy a two weelnt' with Green have 835 descendants. lIerles'M
T A. Hoppe and son, Jimmy of Tampa now The third meeting in the '. p
jSi aryl visitor here Friday. H. Kinlaw spent last Thursday in Same Monday and are guests of children of Hellbronn section spent was held at Lawtey last night and t'' !
Jacksonville.Miss W. Hf. arf Mrs. N. D. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. H. Fewer than twenty-five per cent
Mr., and Mrs. 0. I. Beaaley. Mae Hart the final meeting will take place tl t ,
1",. lomnnson of Lake Butlers I Wainwrlght.' Jr.,, have returned H. Thomas of the automobile drivers In the! at the school house here tonight
II. visitor here: Saturday. Ellen Wiggins of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake from Baxley Ga., where' they visited "I Miss Doris Thomas visited her I United States are women. (Friday). P '0ktc
fa Heights was a visitor here Saturday I Dr. and Mrs' F, D. Kennedy. i _
Butler were In Starke during the grandparent Mr and Mrs. N. D. iiMAIIRIAUH
L of Gainesville was a afternoon Johns' While In Mrs. Hart and in Oil VNOK. IX SCII1CDULR t '
; B. Shaw week-end visiting Mrs. par- Baxley Green Hellbronn section Wednesday .. UCENSKH!! ; +
illness visitor here Saturday.. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Green. I Mrs. Wainwright had the pleasureof J. C. jCowart and Leona Dai-man., ; +
Mrs. Frank Landrum spent aev- Clout hbotiml '
meeting Mrs. 'Caroline Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hersey spent \ M. :Starke, May 0. '.
B. and A. E. Surrency. ofraoker eral days in Gainesville last week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Merrill and author of the Pulitzer prize win- part of last week in Woodlawn Effective May 27. Seaboard '
A. Solomon Coe and Virginia Chap-
visitors here Friday. visiting friends.Mr. J. H. novel "Lamb Sn His Bosom." schedules changed and train now ,
Mrs. Merrill's mother, Mrs. ning
were section with Mr, and Mrs. J. S. run as follows: ton. Lawley, May 12. ..I K;
of I
-- Mra. i Lawrence Keystone Heights Norman.Mr. .. 10:57 P. M. Dan Loper and Dolly Kelsey, '
of Monticello waavialtor and M. S. Hayes here after- NO.1; l-Due Starke :
B. MaBsle were visitors Saturday i The following Item taken fromEunday's .
T. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Theresna 18. f
May
Tuesday afternoon. Gainesville were visitors here Sat- No., 1 I Due Starke 8:37: A. M. .j
here urday afternoon.' noon. Issue of the MoridaTimesUnIon children of Gum Branch were din- No.' 107- -t>ue Starke 10.07: A. M. Ernest RUNS and Ethel. Jones,. '
_' i will be of interest to ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. NorthboundNo. Brooker, May 19, j
OeWitt C. Jones of Gainesvillea Mr. and Mrs. B N. Williams and Starke friends: "Misses Anna and ,
Miss Ernestine Andrews has Crosby Sunday. .' -Due Starke 6:08: A. M. Melvin Bryan and Bessie
prominent visitor here Sat- children of Valdosta. Ga, have' left for I '..a
Canova Saturday
a been enjoying a visit with. relatives Wfl- Judy The singing: at Corinth Church. I No. 12-.Due Starke 3:17: P. M. Hodges, Macclenny May 19. r
Jay. __, at Lake Butler been recent guests of Mrs. New York to join their. brother, which, was conducted by C. C. Butler No. 108--Due Starke 6:01 P. M. C. A. MORley, Jacksonville, and N.
llama Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Jacksonville 'I
parents Pete after vacation at -
a
of NewRlver, Lulls 24.
Livingston Lawtey. May
was largely attended Stiirkn And A\unnee Brunch
W. T. Saxon of Hampton 1'1 t ta. Reach. will leave laterIn Ft
)yes They .
a' here Monday after- Miss: Pauline Priest spent Tues- I London and enjoyed by all. I No. 101- Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. Jordan Brantley and Freda
visitor where '
M day afternoon in Jacksonville with the, season for Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby of No. 102-Arrives Starke 1.80: P.M. Brown, Stn.rke, May 28 '
>011.1IJ'S. Miss Maxine'Noegel has been a they. will play the Kltt. Katt Klub .. .
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Mrs. Olllver\ Aspinwall. recent visitor. to Willlstonwhere Hall." -
and the Music
I Ie .
....
Hilda Belle Bence spent I and she visited her brother-In-law and Both. Imports. and exports. of .' ", -' ::: :' : : .." ''':'' ::., :" ._ I(:;:' :<' ,_.M:&...:\* :;'..;,*-i.i. ; ::, J
and Mrs. J. R. ,
week-end with friends In Jack- Mr. Borlng slater Mr. and Mrs. Edmond H. Australia are greater than a year
little son of Jacksonville were visIting Davis. .
nvillo. ______ .relatives*hert> Sunday: ago. .
-- -- ---
))11' and Mrs. J. B. Crews of Lake Mrs, Glen G. Searing and two Crime has fallen off to such an I J"J IP TO
.W were visitors. here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. 'J. C. Terrell and little. daughters. have returned. extent in Belgium that four of the Granulated Laundry

:'arnoon. children of White Springs were from a several days' visit in Jack thirty-one prisons are to be closed. I, .
visitors here during the week-end. sonville with her mother, Mrs. C.
Hal Y Maines and Dell Rosen- Gilllaon. SUGAR STARCH

,'g of Lake Butler were visitors Col. and Mrs. Horace S. Wilson NAT SEZ: [iJ1
r. Sunday. and three sons of Bronson were Rev. and Mrs. M C. Stith and GROCERY
")''I itors to Starke Saturday. after- sons of Jacksonville spent Friday I'd like to find out who the fellow -' lOI.bs. 2I'kg .

Or. and Mrs. H. H. Young. noon. and Saturday here with Mrs. was that invented work. Of
,eodore Young and Mias Isabel Stith's parents,Mr. and Mrs. H. L.. all the useless inventions I think I i STARKE, FLORIDA
manta spent Tuesday In Jack- State's Attorney d Mrs. A. S. Brownlee.Mr. work Is the ,. 4 5 e 5 e ,
attended the Crews were among those attending most useless.
ivllle. Mrs. Young
,stmasters' Convention In session political rallies In Baker County; and Mrs. H. L. LeRoy, Miss man Take on a farm the Friday -i Saturday, June 1 2SPECIALS

.ere, last week. Blanche LeRoy,' of Alachua and for' instance;
Miss Dora 'CJuinby't>f New York he' Works and
Mr. and Mrs. Mallie\ Surrencyand City wero guests Sunday of :Mr. work and theft
ENT A WORD little daughter'Anna Lou, of and Mrs. F A Scott. a, works some .

Brooker spent Saturday afternoonin more and Just 't:1' AT
Starke. Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of about the time
COLUMN Gainesville spent Sunday In Starke when It looks lii
I II a'member like he Is goingto Tip Top Market t
I JVUsa :Mary Canova ic with Mrs. Long's mother. M.rs. S.
i be rewardedfor
PEWRITER RIBBONS carbon I of the bigma Kappa house party E. Brownlee, who has been seriously '
all that
paper and second sheets on sale enjoying a week's stay at Jack- 111 for the past three weeks. work, along MEATS of the HOTTER ,

the Telegraph office. Phone 29. I sonville Beach. comes a flood GRADES but priced no ,
tf --. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and or two and washes up ev- higher.
Sheriff W. J. Epperson was In daughter. Miss ALou, of Hastings erything. He could Just as well
R SALE-One Ford Touring order. Live Oak Wednesday where, he ppent Sunday In Starke with have been fishing aU during that Large Yellow S LIM IRISH 10 Lb. i
car In good running went to attend the funeral. of Sher- Mr. Foppeas' father. J. H. Pr p- time.Now
del '22, $20.00. Mrs.' Dora Sul- this fellow POTATOES .21' '
iff W. H. Lyle. pell, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren E. Dillinger has a BANANAS lOc :
.an. Klngsley Lake Road. Itp Perkins.Mr. scheme to keep out of work. Every Large Dozen SWEET Link
time he runs out of cigarette
EN WANTED For Rawleigh Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritchof money be walks into a bank, LEMONS 1ge POTATOES lOc
Routes in Starke., Write Imme- Gainesville spent the week-end and Mrs. Harold Cv Wall grabs thirty or forty thousand dollars ,
Lbs.
tely. Rawleigh Co, Dept. in.starke with Mr.JUtch'd mother, with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks.of ", then he doesn't have to do a Fresh Each 4 TEXAS

.125-SB. Memphis, Tenn. It Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Brooker returned Tuesday trom thing. for a week or two. 'As soon PINEAPPLE lOc ONIONS lOc !
Fass-A-Crille, 'where they have AS his money runs: low be does the Large Each Large F.aC'h ;
teen spending 'several days on a sane thing over a"aln at some
fishing trip.State' otter bank.I CANTALOUPE lOc LETTUCE lOc

wish, : imagine that be that had been before on long bas tfad-bell l ?OA S
Mrs. A. SCrews '
JOHNS'WEEKEND and
S. R. Attorney dy-4 farm working all this time. No. :21/, Can :2 Cans Northfl a Tall Can
attended a political rally It aint no use. I guess we better' I Beef Lb. 18c
and picnic at' Bronson Friday and keep working. I PEACHES n. .25c MILK. 17c
while there Visited Mr. and Mrs. Lamb Lb. 30c
TRY A PAIR OPPeters'
H. S. Priest. Mrs. ;Priest Is a No. :S Cans Sliced :2 Can :2 Can 3 Can
nelce of Mrs Crews. Work ShoesALL PINEAPPLE 25c Pork Lb. 1rJCNo TOMATOES 25c erg '

LKATHEIt '
Mr. and Mrs. .F. .A. Canova and ; <
$1.98' No. t Promrdnry :2 For Brook rirlil Quart
of Gainesville
SPECIALS daughter, Mary Anne
Mr. and Mr. Marcus Conaiit OCR .f FRUIT JUICE 25c MAYONNAISE 25c k

of Jacksonville were guests Sui-: WORK SHIRTSAre l

dar: of Mrs. S. JE. Brownlee, Mr. FuU{/ Cut Drlvd :I rkrrs. 1 HALAO lint Quart i

and Mrs. J. M.: Brownlee. 59c 79cRAINCOATS APPLES '.. __ 15c Dressing 13c 25c t ,

SPECI\L 24 Pounds 85c Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Tumor a
FLOUR ..-.-.,_-_------ and'' sons, who have been ,guestsof Dried :I Lb.. COMPOUND: 4U>..

SNOW WHITE Mr.: Turners!\ parents. Mr. and THAT DON'T LEAK!: I PRUNES15c STEAKSTBone LARD. .30cBottto R

, FLOUR _,...___-..- .__---- .24uPounds 95c Mrs., J. O. Turner, for the to Wildwood patthree Alllgutis Brand i mr .
23c' weeks, have gone l>rl<-d :2 Lb.*. Lb. 27c '.Quart
SUGAR 5 Pounds where they will reside. I
------ NEED A NEW PAIR OF 'PEACHES .- 25c Sir Loin Lb. 25c SYRUP _.-.. 15c k

Whole GrauTRICE______5 Pounds 23c Mra. Anne McGee and daughter, i' OVERALLSOur '
Pound 26c Misses Lettle. Clara and Marie of All Flavor* Pk& Round Lb. 21c OOTAOON 5 For

BUTTER __-_, -------- Stuart hay been spending several Price! Are JELLO .Se Soap or Powder lOc
9Sc $1.25 $1.75 .. _
McGee's'brotherinlaw
STARCH------ Packages 5c days here with Mrs.
Argo
: and slstar. Mr., and OK 5 For

WEINERS _____-_..:.__*.- 2 Pounds, 25c Mrs..O. A. Andreu, and other /el,itlvea. I! A WORK COMPLETE PANTS LINE OF I. VINEGAR Gallon 25c j/4 Soap or Powder lOc
?
25c
TOMATOES3 No. 2 Cans ,
: 98c $1.50 I f S GIANT land 1 PAR Iror
lOc Sheriff and Mrs. W. ,J. Eppcr- Al'D'AMMOOn. 2 Bottles (
for
Octagoan Soap or Powders5, l oon and their .on-In-law and IT PAYS TO BUY AT GINGER ALE 15c P&G IVORY 15c "

5 Pounds 23c daughter, Mr. ,and :Mrs. 0. A. Anderson ?
BEANS ____ -. .---------- have moved out to Kings- STERNBERG'SStarke. .--= 8 1'fcKH.

GRAPE JUICE_ ---------Pints' 15c ley Lake, where they will spend WHOLE!: 1R\IV II Lbia.. CMO S OXYDOL lie
at
the remainder of the summer Florida RICE .23c

MILK_ ________ _____3 Tall Cans ,17c the Epperson cottage. TOILET 314.11.
,. ALL HOCKSCOFFEE Pound Pork Lb. 20c
17c I" I PAPER -lie
Charmer COFFEE___----__--Can Judge and Mrs. A. Z. .Adklns, ,
Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Misses Hazel 19c Lamb Lb. 35c >< rii
Maxwell House COFFEE ___,Pound 29c and Lois Adkins were in Gainesville -j I RITZ THEATRE Veal .. Lb. 27c PE o ,l/j-Lb.Pkr.

PEANUT BUTTER2-Lb.: Jar 25c Tuesday attending the graduating i TEA- 15c'
exercises of the Gainesville 8TABKK, FLORIDA

SHORTS __ _, .- .-_____ _______,.-$1.75CORN kins High was School.a member Miss :Margaret of the. senior. Ad- VACUUM PACHCO

__ __,__1_____._____$1-75 class. PROGRAMBEGINNING I apd


OATS .........._ _u ___________ __2.00. Miss Mona.,Alderman a memberof JUNE 1 M'J."
the faculty of the piano department I ,
Cotton Seed MEAL ______-__-J-- 1.60 of the State. College for FRIDAY JUNE I sl ALADDINCOFFEE ;

Women. Tallahassee. Is spending "PALOOKA" I
HORSE FEED _-__-',--. ,_...-_-.-'=,1.65 her summer vacation here with her "
parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Jlmrale Iterant., Lope Velez Nee Pound '
II
"r4: PAY Se BELOW JACKSONVILLE! MARKET FOB EGOS II at their home on Walnut Stuart! Erwin Marjorie IUnfItohrrt )Bologna Lb. 15c 29c
Street. .Mean
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i Potatoes. ArmstrongSITCRDAY Ilreak. Bacon Lh. 22c '
WANTED Chickens Sweet I
Pound 29c
Lb.
SwIM Cheese 35c
Miss F lateen Snyder has returned -
JUNE *
from ,Jacksonville where she r

WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS FOR PROMPT, ; spent several days with Miss attendedthe Lil "ACE OF ACES" WE HAVE TWELVE BRANDS OF COFFEE' FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM
ian Garrts. Miss Snyder RICHARD DIX

DELIVERY SERVICE commencement: exercises of NuUwth Ales Ralph Bellamy
Y.Free. Andrew Jackson High School, from
which MissGarris was graduated SNOWDRIFT Self
Plain or RilingFLOUR
1 evening.Mr. SUNDAY.'OND\Y."VNE 8-4 ,
Friday

Phone 45 Delivery and Mrs. Wilbur A. Sc'ttahd "No Greater Glory" I 6 Lbs12 Lbs24 Lbs. ,

Miss :Mary Brownlee spent the FRANKIE AJtRO I
week-end in DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. A Frank orzalre pet'Ia'

Scott visited Mrs. Scott's brattier-I 25c 47c 87c
S. R. WEDNE80AV
Johns'i in-law and st.tf\r i Mr. TUESDAY .
Walter Glatzau, while Miss\ Bruwn- I JUNE M
ins visited her uncle''and aunt. Col. )
OLD RELIABLE and Mrs. J. E. FutchT Little Bobby \ "Hold That Girl"Janwo WE ALSO HAVE EIGHT! OTHER,I WANDS OF IIICII CLASS FLOUR FOR YOU

E llatcau accompanied them back to j j Dour Claire TO SELECT FROM't )

THIBTY-FTVU! TEARS Starke for a vlait,with his undo! ., $
SERVICE OVER d ,
3J MOTTO FOR .
.. md aunt. Trev.r'k. .! ,,,,. ..

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4f, PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JL-NTE
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-- Ilr.prlftlon ..... T R.A Owner A Taxe Col* flair/ptloa, ..... T R A. Owner d Coos axes _)errln>fl... T R A Owner -,... '
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W'4 of NW'.', of NK'4' ASWVi 1.01. 61. 53 In Wuodlawn.13 I U. 20 Chaa, A. Rhodes.11,81 SWVi, of SW4! of SWM____" 8 22 10.1". A. Conway20 __
M 7 Lots of NEVi! Of SWH.14See. 8 ..3EVi 20 I* B. Bob-In. _
BOB JONES & 8'4 of NEVi: oil: NWViwvi \_ II 6 St 540 Unknown .____uu___ 102.01 loll f0 lotwo; :'irR.n. .__13 II 21 90 ("h.... Dlnklna _______ BUB of 8BH of NWH &: -..- -
O"NW"VoTNJTvY"; J Lot 83 In Woqdh.wlJU 6 U 10 ( ha. Dinkins ________ 11.61 NE4! of NEH of SWH--14! 8 II 20 Ernest l.a
N'II A of WVi of BZVyyof Lot 84 In WoodIRwn.U II II 10 Unknown _______u____ 11.88 8W'4! of MW'._ _________14 8 40 John Jonson Oessner
NI '/ .'N I A of JCV4 Lot 40 In Woodlawn34 II II 10 Chae. Dinkins ________ 11.61HI1. SW'/ nf NWVi k W 23 A -- ;
of SUV-" of NWVI A 8VS Lot 16n Wood- of SEVi of NWVi________15 8 II SB R. H. Rollln
OMMENTSOH of NSAof KV_ of NWVi .: __ _____U IS II B Leonard Prevatt _-.:...-- U8 SWH of SWH of NEH: ftSKVi : .. in

of NKt -_---_------___10 6 SI 84 Frank F. Thomas.-__ 12.01 Lots 6. 6. 9,p, 9. 10. 11, \ of ,SEH of NWH__.15 8 22 SO Unknown.
3 '
<< .1. HW'/ of 11m" of NWVi, A 12, 93, 9b-Se- 63 60 InWoodlawn NF.':'i 0a 'l i I,
HERE AH. 8WM of NWVi A NWVof :_ __111 I II 180 Unknown ____...____ .3.11 ", \ ____ .... 1
NE'4, of SW i ANWVi Ln 44 W4 Lot 46 in Com at NB Cor of SEH of --- I':
HEREAFTER.Recently of SWVi\ __________10HVi 3 21 100 A. A. Tltitchlnson.a .__,_.__ 81.81) o16aw 1'ta ..! _15 II as 111 Unknown _________.__ T.411l.oOt. NEH A run S 716 ft, W
!. 3M of BKM: _____________10 31 80 81m Kelley____.____ 24.97 .. ,32 In Wood. 481 ft, Northerly 746 ft,
1 NMH of 10 A In lAwn __ 111 II 12 80 n. 1. Rigby-' ________ 11.7. K296 ft to beg----------_16 a S3a 6 Gilbert Dlxon
P; the editor, In corns NW tlW'/4ex of BWVi.10 a It 70V.. C. Ward____.___ 11.11 Lote .. 14 In I, W oodl.wn..15 5 II 10 Fred P. N.tho_____._ 7.n S4AofNW4of! SWH! ,-..-.---- 'iI 1

N% \ Lets !1. 13. 87 18, In of 8EH\ -____._________16 S3 4 F. C.
: upondence with a young minister, WV.8Ey4-&YaW4----10\ > a 11 120 Unknown ____________ 23.39 Woodlawn l5 II II 40 Josephlne Corklne .____ 14.89 9 A' In NEH of NEH\ Sec Holllnarworth.-._ I''
accused this minister of being: a NR'4 of NBVi A SWVi of 84' of Lot 11 .nWoodlawn11 II aa I 6 81nc aIr Mo.ley ____ 8.89 21 Hounded N by land I .

J" The wrote NWVi --- --_--_----._--_11 a It 30 tTnknown _.__....____ 15.34 Lots 2. 9. 14, IS, 17 of N. I). Hng-aman, 8 by ,
modernist. young man -W.W .of.SWVi____________Itft a 31 40 W. T. fronhya __________ 11.40 18. \\V (, of-Jot ll& aIi Center St. E ;by Ry lean
"If you call one who tried to live NW of BW'of SE'411 11 20 H. K. Crosby.-______ 8.74 lots 811, 40, 48, 113. 64 In 100 ft *q In SE Cor, ,_

I an God would have him live-to "/ of NK'4' BWl ofCor Woodlawn ______.______1$ II 82 125 Unknown ____-__.__... 41.U also 20 A of See 16 &; ; t....."
*x SM AIn SW 81 described follow '
Lots 48, 460 In Wood. a* : -
preach that Jesus' revelation of __ __ 11 a 11 73 Unknown ____.._.____ 18.14 lawn __....r---------1. II II 80 1. 11. nl11.---- 9.88 Begin at a pt Iti. centerof ';. ,

humanity and God was sufficient W'A of"Nw"vi-\ __?_____mil 8TB14 a 11 DO Unknown ___.,.:____ 83.31 Lots 6, U lit WnodlawnU II II 10 Unknown __._._._ 7.89 Ry track 415 ft to '"
d ;;N, far the salvation of humanity and \ of SBVi_____________13 a 11 40 Unknown ________.____ 11.40 Lot 41 In Woodlawn. __1A 5 II 10 H. H. Futeh_...._._.__ ".n an Iron post In centerof ,; ,il".
S% of SW"/: of SWVi\ Lot 81 In Woodlawnu18 I 12 10 Unknown __.._._____ .n Ry track near Temple '\l "
of the world-then I am willing IC'{, of SWVi\ .x 10 A In Lot S & W'i of Lot 10 In store A run W 14 '

v..; for you to brand me as a modern I NW Cnr _____--________IS a 31 90 Unknown .-_____.___ 13.49 I Woodlawn --------------1? 182\ 111 J. 8. Sapp .1'r.________ 8.70 decree N 1820. ft.thence t
' K'A of NKH.______....__14WVi 8.1 80 Unknown _._.._____ 8.1.31 ''Lou 1. 2. 8. 4, U. 14. 16. N 14 degree. VI y''/ ,
iI, ist" I brand him. He la a mod- of NWVi..--__---.--14'WVi a 31 40 Floyd Crosby___._, 13.40 18. n. 18, 19. 10. 211. 30, 660 ft, thence B 14 de- v' ij ;

ern lilt. I know that language. Jesus of NWVi___________14 a 11 40 Lester Crosby.H& ...-_____ 12.40 U. U In Woodlawn__.1T 11 U 180 Etta Blinn ._______ 811.79 W.let N 1320 tjJ l thence 'If. i'
to this world to die. He W v, of NW Lot NMVi\ ft. Lot D In Woodl.wll.n I 21 10 J. D. P.ele.----.___.__ .17 deirree. 860 ft,
1 + came NEW\ of NW14._______._14 "It 80 n. It. Croaby....____ 13.98 Lot. thence E 14 degrees. 8
Bald father and I are one." 47 48 60 64 in to center of Ry track
"My smtlt.of NWVi\ .x 10 A In Woodlawn; _-_:______11 I II 1i0 R. JJ. Flllch_.________ 21.59 thence S on Ry to beg.
' He revelation of God. He for A MW of BE"4'
was a Lots
11 25 11 .
\
:: 4h. ex 4H! A on W lde/
A
"He that hath hath 'lSf : 35 31,81&N34 of & .
aid, seen me : cf 'J'f all deeded to R. D. Coleman -

y. seen the Father." That is all true KE\4 NE4\ ________"__________I 4NKVi a 21 100 Unknown .........,___ III.sa 113, 40.6f1.U.0'U. ,U.46, 4f1.88 61 In. ____________? _16-21 6 22 IS Unknown ____._..____ 2U
but the salvation of this world depended 'of NE4-----____..15SKVi a 31 40 O. E. Crosby.12.40 ? 206 Unknown 8WV of NWI4ox5 A8W
t of NKVi.ft W.4of l.or 42 d'Wnd: ;; -R;-::::::g I n 10 1.. H. Hall------------.==. .In: SE COT A 2 A In

upon Hla death. The death N t'lW'4' NWV"; A 8\VV' Lots 7, 8 In WoodlawnU 6 aa 110 Beesle Sapp .__._____ 11.81 Cor -------------- ;-.17 6 22 33 Unknown ___.?____ __.
of Jesus Christ Wall vicarious and of A KM of Hsicy \ 11 A Com at NB Cor nfNWH 11.1!
oil: ,,__ .________.is 8 21 580 Unknown ___...._.____ 104.97 Tats 13. 14. 13, 18 InWoodlawn \ of SWH A run W
ubstltutlonal. He died on the account -I ---..--._____ II 23 40 t'nknown------------ 14.89 1060 ft, 8 450 ft. E 1000ft
( NEI0 A WH, nf Lots 114, 69 'Woodl..wn17 II 13 L White____ 8...
110 Harvey
of the sinner.!\ He died in the aNW%\ A NWVi Of SW'/ Lots I 2 2 16 34, 48 68In ft 4 of N 4BO ft to beg _, _17 8 22 11 Unknown ...-..... ,_. lit-
SWH of
$ place of the sinner. He came to I A NW/ of HlbVi\ A E14 tt'oudlawn.; ____ :__ .18 II U 70 1. H. HI1I.__.._____._ 18.37 WH of KEH of SEVi SK'4__A__11 8 23
of 8W of 3KU! A Kli 40 Unknown ___.__ .
this world to die. He said so. of SlJt _____ ___ .____11B'x. a si 340 Unknown. ______.______ 65,78 Lot &4. It 'N'4 of 14'& all, NEVi\ of 8ISH_____________17 8 22 40 Unknown :" -:: 2Ro
When He was Hearing the end He of swvi\ awu! otHBVi :; IE'1'3.0..l'lit :66; al alWo..dlawn A.14o of ENr.i-__-_, -18 8 22 80 C. H. CummingsSOf

1 said "For this end came I into the _________---____81 a si ito Unknown __..._____ 23.39 ____________111 5 21 100 Unknown __?_.__.__ 23.87 NWVi of
NW"of" NW>4 A NV4 ofHWVi Lot 14 In Woodlawn.18 8 13 10 61re. J. Kruse--------. ...11W' -18 1.3 A.. _____18 a 22 13 Lydia Tyson.__ __
world." Jesus should know why \ of NWVi! _--_-_-_ -13NKVi a 21a 40 Unknown ..._____.____ 1D.A3 W 1-3 of NW'4 of NE418 \ ? .. 7.01 0
He He said He came to die of NWVi\ _____..__--__34Frn.fl 21 40 Empire Lumber Co..__ 8.00 81!- of Lot U &; WI.a! of 1.8 A A NKVi\ Of
came. &; J I<(, ot 40 & sly of61aall
NWt,(. of' NW4! &. HW4nfNW'4 \ ':::1E- _18 8 22 83 dad Tyson ___
Wooollawn19 II U 811 Unknown ______.._____ 10.48 3t --- ? 11.0!
_____._____ ._..14 a 21a DO Unknown ____________ 15.84 NV4 NWVi of
Lots n. 48 In WoodIRwn19 5 U _
lOlL _.._____._ 10.111
; Modernism talks about the Serxn'in part of SViE'A of NWII85 21 80 W It. Bmlth______ 8.11 Lots 1ft. 18, U, 18 In Boyer. NBVi ________._________18 6 22 18 Wm. Tyson ___.____ '.1'.

the Mount and the ethical of NE'4 a lavi\ of \V..ndl"wn _________ __<_110 II 23 .0 Dyack Bro.. ...1._..____ 12.70 SW of SWVi! of SWH\ lelll
on J4BVI __.._____._________..2427 a 21 100/ W. II. Smith______..__- 80,80 Lots 1.1 3, 4. 1. 8. O. 13. 14. W 8 A-..__.._____"____"19 8 22 14 Unknown _________._,
teachings of Jesus. Modernism NK'4 of SH'4______ .____- a 21 40 W. II. Smlth____.____ 7.99 21, I2, U. n. 211, 21, 28 SEW\ of S11:19: 6 22 40 Unknown _____ _:- ill/
?
uses high sounding words about W' of NI.U NW4! & I" Woodlawn __ _______1I0 II 23 1110 Unknown ______.___ 38,77Leta SKVJ of NE'.. &: NEVi\ of +
1 .; 2--_ ._____..__.._____.27 a SI 294 Unknown.Unknown ___.__._____ 68.07 810\4\ 20 6 23 80 Mr. Onle Freeman. ...
of humanity 8. 10. U.1I In \Vond. :16.
} Jesus being the revelation .5 of NKM nf NE'4 It EV4 ..f SEVi"of"SEVi"er

and God, but modernism NWVi of TW1NKM "________. 8 a si 80 ._____..___._ 12.07 NWI/\.of lawn _815tg__of__NW"$._20 II 23 40 Unknown __..__.____ 18.83 S 1V4 A.!,_,...__20 6 22 18 Roy Edward. ...._.? :1.11

repudiates the blood which Jesus A NW'4 of NWVi\ ANW'4 \ MEV, of KWII ot NW'421 Ii '22 110 000. I. Tavenner----._ 11.91 SVj of SEVi nf SWM ex
1 Lot In NK Car W
of MW'/-------20 a 31 S40e Unknown _.____.___ ".80 of
Christ shed on the cross. Modernism N"j! of 8GVi\ & NBVi of ]31: NE'1 nf NE'NEU MX._NE4_!___ot__..22 II 13 70 Oeo. F, young--------_ 28.80E' road ____h___ .-____.__.21 6 23 20 J. W.. Edwards..____._ 21.1'All
speaks of Jesus as an example. I'JWtn' /\ _---_--_ .29 si 120a 3. A. J. MeKlnney.___ 38.110 ,. of Nt1: of NW\4\ lOIn SWVi of BWVi\ W of

7i Orthodoxy says Ha is an example Lot 3 1 4 or NWVi_------ .30 21 62 W. II. Smith_--''-....__ lUll 1 A fur cemeteryU II 28 11! C. I & Dlnafeld.r\ _._ 11.01 public road _21 6 22 15 Roy Edward .__....? jl.li
Lots 3, 4, 6\ or All NWVi\ of SWVi\ W of
but He is a Savior. It is at the Frees{ J.o: exNMi. I 'Of8N", WII of NW'\ of AE'1' Also public road 21 6 22 1 Mr\ Onl
Freeman.
where the to of NKViAll __.____________ 1 7 21 831 W. H. Smith.____-____ 88.49 Corn at ( rWf2 S\8.3rds 8AInRECarofSVv-. J.D.,
cross we get of &
power N1C4
of .________ 81 ran of NWV being 646 ft
Fraol Sec I 7 C01 W. II. Smith_.___ 102.84 thence S no W
,
live the Sermon on the Mount. Lot 1, 3 of Blk 10 Sampson 83 1-3 rdM to W rds line of N A. S by 239 ft E A W.21 6 23 3 Unknown _____.____.__ 8,10
_______________ 4 7 21 J.
"Without the shedding of blood City A. J.91cKlnney----- said l 40. thence H 20 rIM, 1% Abeg420ftNof811
Lnr 3 of nik 12 Sampson to 8 line ,.f weld 40 Cor of SWVi of SWVi &
o there Is no remission for sin. City ._______. __..-.-..4 7 21 Unknown _.______u______ _.'H thence E 80 rd,,,...N. 80rdil run N am ft. W 9m ft. '.

All the Fran of SKVi! of ..", ,, t.o heg-__.: _.eY2 6 22 110 111. D. Olcott_______.__ 24,43NIC4 ftS116ftE20fttobej ;;

NF.% A thnt portion of '... of NWl.t AW\t\ ____U 15 II 10 Mah..1. Walnwrlsht _._ .U lot 50N&Sby
115 ft E & W In SE,
of NBVi 8 Cor.21 6 22
SWVi lying AB 3 Octavla Eller.on ..__
E'of\ HW\4"< .f 8E' I.TC
of Cornelia Ht *o- ,' '. Rd5AofNayofNW4OfN114 \ \ 2:1.: 8 22 20 D B. Sulllvan..___.? 13.48 5 A In NWH of SE' ,_ ,

Gum Branch cording to plat of ,._ \____ 22 bounded 8 by Jackson ,. <, ',
SampHon City A. that a+ Com 3:10/\: tt 10 of"8W Cor 23 5 5 I\r.. 1\Innle S. Brown.. 11.09 land E by hard road N '

,i Eltcabetb Haniaf, OaT portion of NW\: of HH>\4 .I' of NE4 of NW' & run by land of J. R Alvare.-21 a 23 B ,,Addle E. DeSue.____.__ 1131
tyingN nf H.A.L. Ry A Com at SW Cor of 12 ,, '
mow' Cornelia: N 390 ft. E 930: ft. 8 396 a
4' ., H that ft JO portion of of NBVi Ht ofBEVi A w-", ft, W 880 It to beg.93 II 22 3 A. J. Lowery._-_...__. 8.58 A merly tract owned of land by P.for-C. '

Wilbur Tucker spent a few days \ lying N Wred"i" Ryex .. 1..af''' N\I' of NW'.4 of NW\4\ & Onndwlne A run H
: ," 1'1'' 4 A of 8W'4 nf '
of last week with his grandparents pnrllon by W, NI'J'4 along 8 Hide of said

Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman H. Bailey .............. 4 7 It Of Unknown __._____..._ n.es of NW% a'eofNWotNWfq&N4otsW'' land to SB Cor of Sarah I '

of this, section. NWH/\ of NEVi A NWVi AN'J _23 II 23 U Ceo F. Young.-__._. 3t.U "Hcott* land W about south 105 variation yd* \ ",..,
$Wy4 A SWV, of One lot corn 110 ft W .of ;
':Mr, and Mrs. Leroy Norman and avdIh-\ _____.._ 5 7 11 no Unknown ____.__._.._ .8.U NE Coy of Lot 4 of Blk to a post thence NW ,
All NW( of"'NW% 8! of 4 run 8 100 ft. W 62ft. oe 1.n f1br; : SWH
Mr. 11n'known
children were the guests of Branch A Say of NWVi N100ftE02ftto ._._ _-21 a sia 8 .._._._____._. KM

and Mrs. Felix Sapp Sunday. ex B 440 ft__-____ SBRVi 't 11 100 Mrs. M. 10. Gondge---__ DII.'f9 beg Lawtey ___-________13 11.22 _, O. W. Robert._.._.__. 81.19 W4nfB1k18ofR2W "
:: of NM'S' 't 11 .0 Dr. Ida J. Helberger_ 13..0 ex1AInNCor&E14 '
Miss Katherine Wilkes was the ? .
SfflCT of MWVi' \ ft NBVi\ of Lots ri tRo..t! elk 4 ex W of Blk 1 8 of R 8 W In

guest of Misses Helen and Dorothy SWVi ?-- .-______,--_,. 9 't 11 80 Unknown ___.___.._ 11.19 76 ___ .,.Y3 II II O. W. Rehert0_._.._. 48.38 Temple Sub Div_____21NWV 23 9 D. I.,"Lloyd ___._____ 14.18&SW4nfB1k88ofR
All Blk 5 Lawtey---33 6 113 Clla.. Dlnklns ____ .__. 11.IS *
Norman Saturday afternoon. NKVi of NW _________"! 9 7 It 40 JL J. MllIigan--------- nfBlk4RofRIW '
of NEVI NWV4 of LO 4 & 114 of Lot 6 ofBlk V.r'
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and NWVji NWVi-A< of NWVe& I 7 Lawtey----,29: II 22 Unknown _____..____. III.n \ '. \ .
children visiting her NV4 of 8 E';< of NWVi A 1_-.,- All Blk 18. Lawtey-23 II II Chas Dlnklns,,._.__. 411.11 9W&05 ft wide 81& ''I(,
were parents, W by830ftN&Son ,
\
:Mr.: and Mrs. J. S Sapp, Sunday W of SW A sn4! of Lol.Ji,,:' !: 4 !_ HIk l0_J3 5 II J. 1\1. Reddish------__. 20.10 E side of SEH\ of Blk .>I '" '.''.
SW'\4\ ____._._____...10 T 11 aoo n. 11. Smith It Co._._-__ 82.98 Blk ISofn.W.IMoth.t ....
Lots I. 7, 8 Of 18 Lawtsy ,
afternoon.. Nil'/ of NE'a N34 ofNii4 -....:.--.:....- ._.._____83 5 13 V. R. Reddish.--- portion of SWH of .. '
of N---------1\ 't 11 811 W. 11. Rmlth-------_ 18.01 SWH of NEH contained
Mr. and Mrs.. Clayton Crawford WVb of SBVi.__.__..__._16 't 11 811 I. :I. Wynn______.__.w_ 84.93 I All Blk 111 Lawtey--83. II II Mr.. C. B. Smlth____. 8.40 In last two description .' ',
l ; were the guests of her parents, N>4:A 8WVi A. KH. of SIiJ'4U>" 'I U 580 :K. H. Smith" Co.___.__ 108.076Sy Lot.Half 'ill'" of 1.BIk Lawtey,23 22 Lawtey,28 : n :: Chas.Eva A.Dinkins-::::=-::: 6.85 6.6s: Also com at a Pt 176 "
"
of : of NEVi '" ft N of SE Cor of land
:Mr.: and Mrs. A. Alvajes, Sunday. Mtit; ____
of : NWVi of 8W2A ? Lot 181.Ea.t Law..y ._ Gladys Green 11.88 owned by Jennie Hara-
U, Mr. Arthur McRae were visiting I H.Vi of SWVi NWVA : Lots 17, lH, East Lawtey__ M.. M. E Edward.8,64 man &; run N 486 ft, W

'1', N. Norman Thursday night I ot NW 4 __________.-_168BV1 7 It IAO n. II. Smith It Co.___.. u.n Lot U East Lawtoyu lure. M. E. Edwards___. .3.82 625 ft, S 488 ft, E 625
t. of 8WV4 A SWW of Lot 24 & Lot 18 A East ft to bee All in Temple '

Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and SBVi\ ex 1 A In NHJ Cor.17 7 11 7D E. J. MUl'rh.e___._.___ 19,82 Lawt..y East_________.._ M. 3. Bell--__.._._.___ 19.88 .* Sub Dlv__ ...--..21 6 22 13 Ben Dell _.-_--.__..._ U.1t
children of the State Farm were SKVi of NK'i.': ...___-____17 T 11 40 n. H. Smith & Co._____. 800 Lot 1& Lawtey..__._ Lusts Thomas ____-.__. 6.86 BIk8SoffI W A EH,
4 the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Felix ''NRlIof SKVi_________.__178BV ''t It 40 Volunteers of Amerlca 8.00 Lot 29 East Lawteyw Mrs 3. T. Moore22.03 nfBlk8RnfR8tVInSWI
; SW of Lots ao, 81, 81 East Law- : of NEH Temple

1 Sapp Sunday.Mr. Jt4fe 8 A 'n8Ji'n'4C toy Fast_ljwtey__ 1\1r. Mlonle 8. Brown, 18.01 Sub Dlv __ ; .21 6 33 15 Ben Dell ____._._.. I5.SD
.__ _
Lot .1 _
and Mrs. T. N. Norman and A aI A In 8W Cor of Oeo. J. White---------- 18.83 EH of Blk'1 9 of R 2 W
sBVi of SBVi! _..__....-.-!; T 11 74 n. D. Waedln-----___ 9309 Lot 2. Otts Sub Dlv East A, KH of Blk 25 R2
71' daughters, Helen and Dorothy, _-_._______-__-_...19KV. 7 11 UO "h..ley Fogg.-._..__ 40,89 Lawley __..._._______ -+ Florence Boll -,5.22 W In Temple Sub fV V..J1 1 33a 10 R. A.,. Neweom......._._ Ii.il
q were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. of of NBVi.-_.___10KVi 7 It 40 E. J. Murrh.e.--_-_.-, 10,111 W 3 A of Nm'4 of NE\4\ of WH, of Blk 18 of R3 W
McRae afternoon.W. of W'S MW4 of RW4 _____.__.______.._24 5 II 3 t'nknown _s______.? 2.119 A EVi of Blk 1 8 of R 4
Sunday .
NR'4. A NW& i>NWyS RWyi of IIPJ'\ of NF: ,___.U 6 II 10 1\1. O. 8cheltlln_.______. lI.n W In" Temple Sub I Dlv__21 S3 10 Charles E. Brooks...__ 7.11
H. Carter and Archer Hayes A NWVi\ of 8W14 .._____21SB T 11 100 n. 11. Smith & Co-----_ n.n NE'4 of NW\4\ of IIE'. i W 2A9ftnfBlklSofR _
returned from Georgia Monday >,1 of NW'4.of SE'4&sW4ofMl04ax10AIn"! NI1I of NE'4 of RE": ___,24 II U 30 11IRckfth"Rr l\fg. Co.___ 14.89 1 W A W Yet ft of Blk
@ \ ; IIE'4 of SE'4' of NE.U II II 10 1\lr.. O. V. 8rheltlln__ .6.88 2 8 of R t W TemplerSub

P where they have been spending 8W Cor ___ _________._11 't It 40 W. T. Mcver.---...__ 1..n aEV, of NE" of NE4 Dlv I _-___-__-_-,-.-J1 6 22 8 M. D. Bumgarner..__ lilt!

some time ,with relatives and 'BWU of SWi of 8'A-..._!1 't 11 10 Unknown ___-._.._._.__ 11.48 N14 ot MF.4 ohI'lE.24 U SO II. O. Or..nt______...._ 17.t8 131k1SofftIWexW
friends. HWVi\ of NBVi__.__.-.._ 't. U 40 J. A. Grnvese..._..._ 14.89 1014 ot NP.V1.o0t: NW" _____U II 23 20 D6 J. H. ('arradine21.86 262 ft A Blk 2 8 of R
N14' of NIC\ .-_.._, 't It 80 Wm. Slade _._..__-___ 2..U BE"'' of : HW'::' ,28 : n g C'. I. & M. Dingfelder. 6.55HEv 1 W ex. W202ftaox
,> Mr and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and All 8WV4 4-NW4 8 of of SC'4 8W' ::::.Y6 Wm. Andrews ,.::: 8,04: lt& A In SE Cor-U14 A

r children and Hazel Sapp were the road ...-.._..._-.._--18 't II 82 1. J. Wynn; ___.__.___ 13.83 WII" of NW\I of NE'" of Temple* Sub Dlv.21 6 22a 10 R. A. New.om_____. LII
; WV, of '' of NBM & 8Jo 1% NEIof NW'4 I..ots 1, 2, 8, 8. 9, 10 of
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Iron NWof 3W'/ \ ... --- of SE14 ___-.-..--_,.25 II 12 IS Unknown _____._____ 12.21NE4 TBlk 12, Knight's I Sub

fleddlBh Sunday nf NWVJ NIC4-I\ r' \ of NW1,4" tlW'A.211 15 II 10 Louise Stanley _.____ 11.08IJI'IIE Div of SWH of SEH .__21 22a Errol Alvarei ___.__... '."
Felix NWVi or Lot't A: All -1......., N4 of NESS\ Be aat NW Cor of SWHnf \
Mr. and Mrs. were :
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i : Sapp 8W"T of NWVi N of __ 28 G 21 10 Unknown _______..._ 5.98 8W4&runS7o/\ yd,.
visiting Mr.,and Mrs. Claris Hutch public rqad ._..___,___IIt: T It 1411 Unknown _.__.__..__ lU.n 8W V\48\ 01 NEVS of 't8VW k I" E 140 yd*. N 70 yd*, W

;L erson Sunday afternoon. tots 1..1 1, ,4 nffifacl 5,0.26 't U U8 flank of Starke-----. _? n.n 0f SW4 4 140 yd* to b.rr-3 A___32 ..22a II .Mlnnle Prlnele .___-. 4.01
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AH NKVi of NW14' W of of NF"I: _28 II U 18 1\1. J. 19.11-----------_ 10,79 SWV', of SWVi of SEH' ex
There will be prayer meeting at 1'01111-111.18 A----A 7 It 17 .1. P' Sharp.------------ 13.83 Eli of SE\4\ of SE3'ofNE4 ICSA&NIAofEUof;

"1 the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Anoel Lot 4 of Blk 13 InOraham_$ 7 II Bank of Stark..____.__ 1.08 of NE4 _of NW14ofNW4 18 II 23 II Cha. Dlnklns--___.._ 8,78 NEH\ of BWH of BWH--22{ 22a 10.1". R. Royal16W
A In 8W ('01' of NWVi of W 4.. A < W 1 Aof811 of SEH of
3 Norman Friday night. Everybody II \ SWVi lBfc NWH \ _--_. __________18 II II II T. T. Bl.ckburn__.___ 8.94 SWH of 8WH-___--_--.22 33 1 rodlna Byrd ______ UI
welcome to! attend. r.41AA In r A SE% of NE4 of Sty of 8Elof8W4ex6.. \

"8W34of SW'4_ --_19 't n 83 C. B. Roberts-------__ 18.aO WW'Y; :- --,_--..-_---_--_28 11 II II Unknown .______.___._ 9,76 A In SW Cor.___-_____82 6 29a 18 Ella Parker .. ..-. 151
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Lot 8 of Blk t In 8W34\ of NW'4 of NW'4 of 5E1&W.v NE4! of NEH____ ____23 22 .0 Otls E. Leach .,___ 1311
NKVi l In Graham----l3 't It EI Strickland _..____ T.04 ot SEVV) of NW'4 ofN WV4 of NWVi\ of SWH\, ex ,
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NV4 of NWVi of NR'4 A 3 VI4a:: f nf 8W% of N 6 A_ -.23 8 33a 15 Unknown ___ ,___. -. *H
A, In NWCor of N 1?14 of 11E14" ________84 II II 211 Presley & Th.rln Oreen. 14.58NE34 All Way of NEH o2. SEVi -
NK'i"W of "duJleys ; of NW4. of SIC'/,___..25 .11 II 10 H... Brown__......... 6,808'h S of road _-___ ,23 33 8 Bradford County Bank- IU*
.. .80 T 11 I' U. D. W..dln,_.._-._ 13.93 of 8W"I or "' a That portion of SW<4 of
\, ..rNwvrorNVvrftioA Eof NW'4 of SWV of SRH A SWH of of
In 8W Cor of NBVi ofNPJ SW'4 ___ _. .______...I'f 5 U 25 Unknown ___.._.__-.__ 14.86SW4 SBVi 8 of Peek' road: .___23 t 23 30 Ernest Wunderllch __ 11.:1
W of OulleyBranch of IIE'4 of NW4 a8u Portion of EH of NE'i!:
A BU, ot NBViA nf N'4 of NWIq of of SEH lying 8! ,of
NWVi\ ot SE' _-- -_30 T .II 1110 T. W. Waedln----.___ 118.81 S'V' a 8W', of NW'4 Starke' A Mlddleburr

Ely of RR>4 A E"". of SWViNt. \ of I'J V'4 WII6 of N34of public road-12.71 A___..23 a 33 13 Bradford' County Bank. .11[
of 1iII'J' ------ 't-' II 100 C. R. Robert....._.._-_ 10.SO 5W4 nf SW'4hU 5 II 411 Unknown ____..___'", 15.64 NE'4' of NKH___-.*.____.24 6 S3: 40 Ruby A. Hayes____ ._ ".
I of Nwl4"nf NW 1"_II 7 U' IIJ C. D. Hobert.__.____ 8.14I Lot 33 In WfJodl..wn ._ _..211 II II 10 1. H. HI11____.______ 2.97 SEVi of BWH *x EH of
I Com at SK Cor of NWU Lol. 51. III, U In Wood- NWH of 8EH of 8WH..25 a S3 IS Mr. A; M. Herndon.." !UII i!
of NBtt, A run W ITS lawn. __ ____19 II II ao Unknown _____._.__ 14.69 W'.. of ___..Y0 23 80 Ernest Wunderllch '- .,.
${r rr yd*. N vde, H 176vd E" of Lots.45, 49 In NE'/ of .. 1.3 ____ 1411
*. H 1HtI yd* to tier 1 Woodl.n :._________19 II II 10 Unknown .._.___ 3.59 5w34 of iH--:::::... a 13 40 40 Mr 8. *L.. Etta Peek Brlnon' _-. 11.11
1 A A NKVi of.NEVi\ __._11 "It 48 Carl .1'on. _____ 111.49 E'{, of Lot 14 a all Lot U Elf 4 of
i *aaavOg ,I I4r Lot. 1- ; or lI'rael NBU In Woodl.wn 80 '3 I' 15 I. R. I1..nmark___.._ 7.67 8W14 orMEl2.WH 8 S3 90 O. W. Hlnson Ast._ t.1!
A Lot S or Fracl NBVi RV. of Lot 11 17 W WoodlawnII 0 II 5 L. H., HIIL______..._ 9.34 of SWM of
V nf NWVi MHVi! ol 1.1'. III 11-9. 35, 47 61J 48.': N'* of NWH iIWVy&4/\
NWVi less 1 A-In SW 60. 402. InWoodlawn uS 9 1-8 A A
4r 4rr I r'or .... ... : -.._..'..85NE'i 7 II 180 Bank of 6tsrk.____ IU3I ______.____11 5 12 120 J. F. Morrlnon----__. 29.61 BWH of NWy4.-8EH__...:of:.!A a S3 BO John A. Morgan.__. JJ.M
I NW" of NWVi A"8' % otNWVi Lola 85. 40. U. U In 'WI< of E** o( BE/I\ r8H
\ A 1'1'of' BW'4U T II 100 Rank of atark.-,__ n.1I Woodl.wlI 81 5 as 40 Unknown __._____-- 16.54 IIW a 33 (U
evWclba Sclectoa All .....___.._._._...0 4 I' 140 n. .1. Black Co---.. 143,13 Lots 'fI, n In Woodl.wn.U 5 12 10 Unknown _..____._._ of SWH'of'NWHl.8VVV. .-.; a S3 10 Mr*. A.Mai F. Klnll'I-I- 191"
20
the All r.-.___ .______-____It 4 II .40 11.. L. Ji"k a ('0.___. 143.13 lot I In Woodlawn _.__.32 5 12 10 Unknown _____._.._ 2.69 of SLOB lees I A -In Ruby
1U All __ _______ _. .___._11 4 I' 840 n. L. Black & Co.___ 1111.11I Nt rCor&3AInN: $
never aold/for leas than All .s BE14 of SE4.33 8 iii eoo R. L., Rlack Co.___ 118.011 ofNWyofNIC'4&Nt4of Cor _. _27 8 33 11.1'
AU _______..________..__..34 4 II 840 :K. 1. Black a Co.__._r )4SAe % of NE"ot of"NWH Swv7 35 Ben Johnson --- 15.1'
; lOc. Yep now can buy of NKVi\ A WVi 'of NW\4\ nt 8114. .____,33 6 U 180 J. O. D.vldllOn..._.._. 11.31 WS6y! of JI\t!* of of NWW o*..17sVv 8 S3 B Mr. T. P. Wall-_, _-
NJQH, A NV. of NWVi__1IS It 100 R. t. m.ek Co.___ n.n N N W'4 9A tof .'" .. .27 Lit I
the MmealsVand quality> All ; __ _______1" 4 I' .40 R. L. Slack & ('0.___ 143.13 .. 4 NW'481 6 II 10 Unknown ..____.....- 6.13 SH. of* 8"wir7r"NEH A- a S3 B A. F.. P. King-----
All ei PE'b of "5114' > ._____ 4 II .00 n. L. Black a Ca-.,_ 184.41 EK of f9Ey o1 E'4 .. HWI.of 6EH A NEH
s for 5o/JuajthJnk, long All ex NKV of 8W'o A ex IIEI414 6 11.0 Unknown ___,-- 26.33 of SWH ex W 5 A A .x
KBVi .of "HK'4SKVi _________ II 1180 R. I. Black A Co.-___.. lU.94 1 A In fIIEI4 nf 5114. of 8 A for road__.___ ___37 6 S3 iii$"
Havana and imported tobacco ofAlt em...___._____.18 II 40 14. Wllker.on _______ 1469 AE14 w of It'u.. 6 II 1 I. H. HIoI___. ._. __ 160 W 6 A of NEH of 8WH- \ _27 S3 M It.' R. Frevatt--__ _.-
1% -_____.. ____..__.38 4 II 140 n. 1. Blaok Co._.._ 118,11 8W'4 of f1W, of fIIP4.81 5 JI: 10 0..... Coleman _...__ 7.58 NWH of SWH of NBH37Com 6 J S3 10 5 Kit A.'E.William Wall ---- 1.:1
for only 5c JSu at NEVt A K14 of W'II of X3of NWI4 of 10 A on tI side of NE'4 r
ttEVi, A All WV. .o f NBViK NW% .._________88 II tI\\ C. I. A M. Dlnafeld.r.___ 8." of NW4 -__ 6 S3 10 Florence C. Flynn_- I I
u FLOR de Et >:HA of Rlv r.______.._,80 4 II ,,100 n. t.. 111."k & Ca33,26 511 4 of AliI.\. .._.. I 1 81 40 Charlie Teh.rt ...__. 11.40 I .t NB ('or of 8EVa.J'or'NEH .
on a _, "__ _,-,69 4 .1 180 H. L. Slack a l"o-_ aO.1I 114 "f SW\4 of A
? NEat run W 381
N \VNE' of"sK4'* .;::_.___33 .4 II UO H. L. Black Co.._ 17.44 ___._ 4 t II 1:1: Bradford County B.nk .... thence 8 Easterly to ft,
get the mote your KiJ nf NK:>4A NWT W I A or sW'4 tlf 8W'4.. II 6 II 1 T. C. Crawford.- Pt Its ft W of See line A

a I NBVi A. 1iI'I1J'. of NI.\ of NE14M)\ 024__ 5 1 It 10 Millard R. Judd..___ 3 as SIVd. of 8IBVi of
ltty eve ught.J Wti' of NW\4\, a fI" ____84 8 II UII no L. Black a Ce.-_ llt.07 N W'4 ___ ____ Ii / It 411 Unknown ___.__ 1t.0 N-7i'4.th."lc"' 8 ,
NU A 8WV A EVs of SEViNV4 8 IS lidO 11.. L. Black Co....._ 115.47 N91.!: of NWI4.... 7..6 It 40 Unknown _____ 14.311 to a Easterly 120
,i.L.wIsclarMfs.CaMakwsh.warkN.J. pf NW....---__.._____.. 4 II 80 R. L Black Ca.15.31 N'y Of 8W'. or NW4"... I 4 n 10 Jna 8. II..U_____._ 't.28 from said See pt "V J1.ft., ...
SM, of 8EH of NWVi\ A 8E! of NE'4 El4 of thence E: 120 ft oVeo"
1'1"' ". of NfcHi, of SWV I. 4 II 40 Unknown ___._ 14.81 1'14' 10"\4\ .f RC4.10 II IAII Wm. 1":. Yarbrough 11I.80 line, thence N on 8ee is
tats 5,4or10AInNN514nt \ W" of NW'4 of BWkil0 1 II 10 Cha.. R.lmer ___ 10.06a line to beg.--6 32 IS ___
NKVi/\ ____,.. 1 6 II 10 Unknown _.__________ see ot 8E.H of NE'4 John A Morgan.
fNo'aJMELBA W b of NKX Of NW34--- I U 10 Carson !90. Orllfl..___, 7.89 sW .W1y o f C4 ofNE "ff B aide ex about 1 '' ,1c '
i
NE... of al" f.Vi_- I I II 40 H. L. Black a Co.___ 1,35 W of \ _____ 1 II 96' W. J!!. Tarhrourrh__ Bt.'fO NW Cor&4A1nsW aaAIn. ,
3 Late 5. \,'ssrsTT Ey Ol 8&:0.: :. of 8WI.\11 It IIJ Ethel M. Blgga---____ 13.40 "or NEI. or Rf4
87, 39. 40* 46. 4 49. 60.Bt e Wl4 of Rq or NEB 4t about 4 A fn :lOB Cor.s.
61, 1' 64. 56, 6* 67. g4 of NW4 of NEI411 II 21 8ft Unknown ____._._ 2060 1 A 'n NW Cor.. .'k'
68.: 40. 673 In Wopd-: F4 of SWt4 of NE'4ul1 0 33 20 Unknown _._.__ In BE ( .
lawn ._....____-.-.,__ II II 850 Unknown __..__ 11..' 81': 01 'SW or SW\4\ 7.31 Com 100 'or---------7 a S3 85 Mrs. J. B. Klner._- ,

WVi of Lot 9 In Woodlawn. I II I Carl i3.ck.r _, I.U Wl4 of 5E: ol8W\411\ 0 II 4/1/ Unknown _..-_____.__ 13.70 of \V' ft of W N Wf NB Cor ,
Lot 3O. 31 A 84 of Lot Wt9 01 NE4 ________11 1 II 110 !IIr. P..rl Andrews.21.70 of NEV4krunS2/6tW of HE'"*
61 and All Lot 67 In WYt of E\t! of N1I4: of 100 ft. N 345
Woodlawn 6 II 8& Unknown _____ n.43 ft. B 100 "II
Me ------ -- \ .11 U0 W. H Andrews___ 4.811 ft tn be _
CJGAR.Supunu. Lot 14, 89 In olawnIL 6 II IU Fred L. Conner___ I.U WAofY14'yetN: s lVi Com 200 ft'W of Cor'-2A E..I Davis __ -- "
Lot 31. 40, 49. 66 In AI In NECorof 1 nf- wiv of Nwt- :
Woodlawn ___"_-_.___ ..11 I II .u A. J. atarling17.31 A of 8EIo& of 11WSi.: .,.,..1! II II Unknown ____ "1934 Of NEH\ of
OAINaMYILLD OANDt? O0.OuohvW.1s. Lot. 66. 69. 10 In Wood E 11 A of Eli of NW\II.\ ._II 1 n II Hugh ndr.wa fEVi ft A ran 8
J lawn .? -_. .,,,. ,11NV 9 II 10 Unknown ..______.w. n..' W&01 NI'14 .f II III Unknown .______---_ 1.21.51\ ft,., E i WrlOS "' N *48 ( .
Dlshfba0sr ', of NKVi\ of SEViU: II II II>> L. 0... Wakley Trustee ...11.'. IIW"" of 8E..".. NE-.l. 81 40 Rob A.. 1I.y.e; .._- 18.40 J, to beg-____.!/ 8 II .. Towns ._ w
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.? n4y. JUNE t, 1954 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGRAfrn, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN*

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Taxe* Taco.
Drsrrlptlo. Mee. T R A---0-....e. ACoa.All Description 1 s.. V R A Owner .* Coste DcscrlBtlon S.e. T R A Owasv A. C.st.NW1i S1

7, NW14; of 8EV4! S ott Lot 27 of Blk t, City Park of NWVi\ of BWVi___10 T 11 10 R. B. Su111van.8,13.
al8t\ .x 1 A In 8W Sub Dlv .- -
W. ft C' Ado S. NVi of NKV of NW s 1
I'II Cor 10& ft by 420 ft.28 8 II I E. D. Carcl----: __ lUG dltlon to Starke---18. 8 21 T R Young.----_-. 1...... NU of 8\Vf ly of NR8V I 1 A I
Lots 8.1.8 of Blk 1 Origl. One acre of land In 8 1<4 of 14 I 14 of Nis1-10 II 110 J W. Edward________ n,1I i st1
ettcr--2J not Town of Starke, Stark bounded H by Vi of 8WVI84 ... _______-____16 T III 40 C. IT. Klver.._______ U.40 I
j, NEV4 of "''W%______...__28 8 II Unknown -------- 18.0. Temple Ave S by Pratt of SRi; '* B of Starke & '
, Lots 1 :8 I. 8. T of Blk 2Orlgfnat St, W by Sanderson. Thri'..i>n public road___.18 T. a2 40 Unknown -____._____ 108* i
Town of StarkeNEy lane N by Beau Sejour \ Sit of NW'------------ 7 II 80 C. It. Klver...____ 1&7 j
Add. ex 1 Lot 100 ft ... All N>4 of NWVi.. of NW'
of
-28 11.04
Florida. % 8 U D. Co Janea.-
j Starke, Lots 2. 4, ..rf ic--8 -as in SB Cor___...fc___f8 8.1 J. E. "'. Kay..._______ 18.89 W of Ry_______________17SVfc T II ,.18 M., K RTcaruder-.___? "n y 1
:May 28, 1934. extended on En."y. map One lot of land In Stark( of NBW: of NBVi .A: N
I Orl..lnal Town of StarkeNEy bounded N bv Plk 81. /HI* of NK\ A Wl of f 557
tor Telegraph I I of SWy4----____!I 8 13 Cha. Crutchfield ---- 1110I trig Town A B A 8 by .'. NWVi *>f NKH A 8(1! of J I
j, AI Sir: Los a. I. 4. 6 of Blk 4 a. By A W by Thompson ,. NWW of NWVi .A that ii n'' ;
,i few besides those who had I extended on Enlley mop Street -.- ...M 6 23 Unknown -__________. 33.41U portion of NVi of NWVt ,. r '
ftrv The B 2(0 ft of the fol. of NW14 R of nv & ."
Town
Orleln.1 of StarkeNEyS ,
,thing to do with Its construe. of 8WI< __ _18 a 13 T. 4. Brinson. 110.I' lowing described piece NE. NW14 '
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to know about the mice of property. to-wit: V \ Ie. 3.14 A Wof ,V'".<' l! + {
ink 1
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seem Lots 8. 8 of a Orlgi. "
Begin at SW Cor ot ;. Hy In SW Cor A : .
of the new Alligator Canal I nal Town of Starke land sold to Mrs. T T '. :t." ""Ii. ,'... \, <, NWVi\ of HWVi I..... 1,48 .' ,( t, %)I"t., : \ t.t.A ,
this Improvement means I NEy' of 8WV4----28 8 II Florence Flynn --__ n.n Long by 8 J. Temple' A '" \ j .Ii t':,',\ In SW Cor A 11R A /'; ;\.1: '' '.;I"k\ \ '} .
;'k1'
Ugh Lots 8 8 of 51k 8 Orlgl- '. "
run E 14 degrees, 8 ,41 In NH1 Cor of IiIW% of ;,?" '" !II....'> "I >,
to Starke and adjacent nal Town of Starke. ett thence 8 .! >> \ %
b NEVI" of SWI<,________.. 8 13 T. T. McDonald24,90 W 839 ft thence 14 degree W 14 1214'p( ,\; r I

etry.aty' the East Lots 1, a of Blk 18 Orllrl. degrees. 8.82 ft. thence Hy A NH of NWVi A K' rfq,.. ,." ", .. : I d
years ago flat Town of Starke.NEI N "
14 degree K aalt ft. 15At>rSE'4t>' NWV "
ke Drainage District con- thirty-one miles ot E 18 ft a In l'f Lots 8. 8 41 ft to beg In Starke-.S8Res 6 23 Bradford County Bank. 18.35 HWVi A SMi of BWVt". .. ,,, .. 'i\ f' S I
led over I of Blk 18 Original I Blk In Stark' bounded Wright of way Rd 12.____18 T II 500 John: F. Horr_______ 104.1. w ,
?]>. and of these, 14% miles Town of Starke, NEy4 .., N by :Madison. St. E;] Eta< of NKW AW ,
of the original Alligator I of 8W ________-_____28 a II Chas a Woodbrld.e ....O.. by Adams. St. S by LaFayette '<4 of NKV A N\Vl. fl ,t i1 7 7A t
1st, Lots 8. 8 ot Blk 18 eX E St A W bv Ht_.2* 8 23 Edward Burns ..__.. nU4 NVi( of NWH\ of 8WVl.l9All T IS 280 John F Horr_...,,.,.__ n.as 4
nal and its fourteen or more i u% ft Original Town 3 A In SW Cor of NVfVt 8U of NW'' of SWVi. .
butarles. This last mentioned of Stark. NEI, of 8W18 8 U Cha. O. Woodbridge--. 148.18 nf SWVi In Stark lees.. A NEVi' of SW% 8 of

into fourteen sec- i E 38 11-20 ft of LoU 2. TI 2 Lot ------__._______28 6 22 f Mr. J. 8. Wynn.-____ 21.49 U. H A K.. ltv ex 8 A In '1 ; : rt
item reaches I of Blk 11 Orhrlnal Town Com at SW Cor of f Mad I. HB' ('or.. NBVi\ ot SWVi '

'nJ of land and brings water I Starke' NNy'\ r.8fU 8 II Chae. O. Woodbridge.-_ 123.87 son A Sandei'aon" 8t* A of SWVt ,_ _____ ? .-...__19 T IS 30 Stolen John ______ 14." Il'
Clay County. Because i wo 38 8.1 ft of run W 878 ft for a pt Com at SB' Onr of 8eo 19 4, I' I ,
8P from talk 11 Original Town of of hrs, thence H 810 ft. "' ;' A run N 12 70yd ,
.e would not join the district, Starke.NEt4 of 8W"28 8 II Cha. O. Woodbridge.-, ".82 H 105 ft N 08 ft. W 85 '1",. '. ., 8 ;721 z (( 3yds'E 70 41 ; ,
excavations were carried no E 4824 ft of Lots 1. a of ft, N 23.. ft to Madison r ;, ;; yd. to bvg-1 A:____-__19 T U 1 IT. V Saxon ACorn l
Blk 18 "x S 20 ft Origl- Bt, thence W 70 ft to t ." ,' ''IJ' ', It. Baxon._______ 10.4. '
then than to the railway trestle flat Town of Starke.NEW. beg In Starke_._28 8 22 J. C.' llobinson.40,70; ; 70 yds. W of (8R ('01'J. .
and after that U __ :...__ 123.97 Beg at NW of Spa 19 A run W SOyds ,
I south of town of SW .__?_.-88 a Vnk4OWn----- : Cow of Mad I. ,. j /
N 70 Vila. K: 80 3',1. +
.on'ft Court St
water had to find Its way Blow- Blk Starke 21 Original NE'of Town SWV4.28 of 6 II Chas. O. ., 147.88 W 100 ft for *a &ptof run, 8 70 3'dll to beg---------29. "U t Wm. Kalchreuter ..__ 18.81 1 1 4..
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Lake over the rough beg, thence of a 1 A lot In 0W
to Roswell Lots 1, 8 & Fracl Lots A; run N ton EIk ,. N
the west of the .R.x W 60 It of Blk ft. W 120 ft. 8 108 ft. M] t or of 8BV!!: of SEVi: of
,r of swamp 24 Original Town utHtarke 120 ft to pt of beg In ," ', SJtiU ............ -19! T II W. 1.[ Orlffln.,* ..... IRIS
sUe. To the water brought I I NEy, of *8Wu28 8 II Unknown ____________, 18.84 Town of Stark- ,.28 6 22 Unknown _.____ (1.30 5H A nf SRVi l of SB3U Com x i
ra by the canals, and that flow- Blk 29 a.. extended on Beg at NW Cor of Bay & paid 814 ft W of SW ( or of ?I +
Madison Sts. & run N 105 SBU of MKVi\ A run
directly Into the swamp, was F.nlley map .x H 100 ft, W 810 ft to Broadway N 660 rt, B 840 ft, 8 t

, ed the flow from Starke's more It nal&: Town.x I'J 80 of ft Starke"Orlgl- J'' St. H on acid St too 680 ft, W 346 ft to beg.. ) 1 a2 IS Unknown ___._-........ 20.83 i,

in thirty miles of guters andes NJo1% of 8WI< __________ 8 22 Unknown ______.:.:..__.___ 18." ft to Madison HI-, thence All nf that trlanitulur. piece r5
n on said Ht 330: ft to Innd lying/ between
And later, when the road Com 111 ft'S of NE Cor ,:.'1" :. "..gin Stark*________...IS 6 23 Mrs. :Josephine Edwarda 51.30 the lly tracks of the 8. '
began In earnest, the wa- of IHk 29 as extended 0 .."1" \ :. 'M" 8 30 ft of Lute 8. 4 of A.L&I.1&F. A the
. Idlng on En..y. map &: run ,' ', Ulk 1. J. D. Jone Add old dlnu..d. Y of U. 8.: w1

' collected by the ditches along W80ft.SI00ft.E80 Walnut St thence ,. :.", ,I' .. ,'M'"t 1,'"" to Btarke -28 6 22 ,- Mr. Etta Brlnson._.. 9.23 Lo" F. Ry ;Vi o"Jn A-- _.U T II Henry Brook, _-,__..__ 8.41
ft to ; 9 In .
Inside the AllIga- ; One 1 lot or land, In Starke {
roads lying .
N along W aide of said I Hampton .. ,.___ ,,._-10 1 If Unknown 4
202 ft N & 8 by 210 ft .._._______ T.T\\
water shed, made a new and St 100 ft to bell' Orlgl ,,1; n'r"ytl 'I :;;" HAW bounded. N by Lot. 14. IS of Blk 14 In tibr

dable addition. During heavy not Town of SWV4.----of' Starke___,-28 8 U W. 'A. Stern_:;'__.-._';.__ 80.10 Pratt St A E by San Hampton _...____.111 J II Unknown --____._______ n,.,
the grains: quickly filled and NEV4 Cor ', ,,. derson Lan. _._____.__.28 8 23 J. W. Harrell. ...____ 2300 WS4. of H1dV.HOt8ic Vi---__-30 U 10 Ira 1. Ado in..._.__._ ..U
118 of NE
Beg 80 ft S. ,'' 1 i Lot. 7. 8 of But 13, In Lot 9 W Sub,
ense masses of water rolled of Rlk .29 a. extended 8 I Uasklna Add to Starke.! .20 6 23 Mr*. 1.lul. Holllng- Plv of SWVt\ of SVVVi: ___IO T II 2 IT. V. .* J. It. 8llI! >Ion___. 7.14 k''

o the swamp, where Innumer- on En..y. map ft&: run N 91 worth ---------.---- 1604 N4, at WH of 8W.21 1 II 20 Ira U Adam._______. 811: ib
91 ft. W 80 Lot 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, e of 1 Blk Iotlot; N": %\--?--________ T 12 .11 M. .7. 01'..."____.-___.._ 14.63
held them back ft to b..1I' Orlgl.nRI
e obstructions ft, E 80 11, In Ua.kln. Add, to NJo of ot HW _..___11 1 U .0 Clifford Hahm.4 .________ l0tlu,
sIng flooding of the low lands NEy4 Town of SWI of y4._Starke-------28, 8 22 4. W. 26.18 Starke -_____________._29 8 S3 2 Mr?. Onle Freeman...__. 936 HI.(, Nest'oofNNWW1 ___21 7 II 10 11. W. Rahn, A..t.____ 6.8.
l
N of
.
,
2 A In NEVi of
8EVI
t of the railway, making them E'tV or Bile 10 aa extended Bounded E by Dowllng. of INEV.--\ _.31 1 II 80 Wm. Katchreutsr------. '

fit for anything but timber r Ensey aPT ax S 1fkS':8'1.jZ8 Add to Starke 8 by ... SW\WofNWV*___________.92 T 112 40 1Ir..1. tlr.en.----.___. II.4O/ 1''
.
Orig nat of 8.86 Ht, W by We.tmoreland. sa.of HEi.: -........_.f8 1 II 80 Unknown __._..-_-___ 14.IKI14i
wth. Starke' NEy4 8 22 Unknown -------------- St A N by Uu.kln. Add of HWH\ .3dSB14 1 12 40 J. H. Thompson-,_ '>

e need of a waterway to re- Lots 0, 8 of : to Starke: ____________29 8 22 2 J. Cl, Boyd............. 535 of 8BVJ ------------7 7 I' 40 J. l>. Thompson------ '
the situation had long been M. Johns Addition tot 22 A. W .Anderson-------_ 1&.68 I 2 A In NW Cor of 8F.V.': NW of NEV, A i
e Starke ..._.._______----28 II ,i of $EVSA8AInSSiCur NKIVI A SKi/.: SW':1wof:

t; but the cost would be prohlbveand 2'tV [ E ot8W SW Cor'. of NEVi of SE'4-! _.20 6 22 7 Edward Burns _.___-. 16,04 A. .KM". fit HW>4 0'A :::% ofHWl ')w
SEV4 44 bound.ed of BWVi A WS of '
where was the means tome Lots.. 1,1&B'y
of Lot
N by John. Add. W 8 nf HI5V4' A N""- % of \.]' ft ftA
; from anyway' Then came by Ry. S Ilne, NE184E: 2wrA NEVt of HVj" of SKVi of 8191-8R: ( 1 la 400 Unknown -____._______. 78 6K
lCegf ....__ ..
: \ 29 1604
8 23 .
: .y BIk 3 Dr. Ida J. Helberger.. NWVi of NWVi_____ '
CWA, and O. W. Alderman, also. Lots -98 1 II 40 J. < I.**__.._______ lipid< '
.1 J. M. Johns AddItion ___ 22.00 W 105 ft of Lot3AE HW'4 of SW' ._-.-811NWU 1 12 40 II Y. Saxon. -.._______ 18,7"
tor of its work here, be- I to Starke __-__..___----28 8 a3 -t.: O. Boyd.------- 7HVj ft of Lot 4 In SI'] \, of NEVi-..311KU 1 52: 40 W, U. lI.al..._-__.____ I860'
ought himself of to I Cor of NEVi of NBVi- of RM. of NK'4" of
some
way Lot 3&N9t4ftofLott: Llvlngston. nil A __________..____29 8 23 2 Mamie John ......___. 13,01 NKV) leas. I l lot ft
matters.' When this writer of Blk 1 t. H7jt
Ip i Truby &: Co' Addition 11.19 WOI24ftofLot4Awit N A 8 by 117 ft W W.SO 1 II 10 Hampton Dev. Co..._._ 18.111
ommended that a canal be dug to 8tarke ___.__________28 8 22 R. A. Newsom.---- Lot ft\ on 8 tilde of NEVi Blk .A Sub DIV of NKVt\ of i
Ulde and along the in- Lots 4.I\ of Blk 1. Llvlnl' LoOf NE NEW IV A ._,_..;_20 8.2 2 Mamie John .._______- 13.ft NWVi .-30 T II 2 Unknown ..._.,______ 1,8'
swamp, b & Co's Ad 6 of of NEVi--.2 6 23 1 Mamie John -_________ 1.82 Illks 7.; 8, 19. 14, IB. 16, 17 ,
ad of Inside of it Mr. Alderman ; mnTr;; t k.-:'_---:_28 IS II Unknown ____.____.___ 10.13 EH of NWVi of SEVi! ex Hub Div of NIBVi of

led on the suggestion and the Lot II of Blk II Llvlngston N 6 A-. -_....Blil10 6 22 14 Mary Skinner ______, 766SO NWVi\ __________.___30 1 II 14 Maggl ID. Johnson___ It.l(
NV4 of SW Com 8U n of NW
rk was started by the end of Ocher Truby to Stark.&: CO' Addition__.._____28 8 II3Ingston Unknown ____________ 11.81 SRH of bSiOl ex N Cur of NKVi yd.: of NHVi A 't G

last. The men worked with Lots .. 11 of ]tilt 11 Llv. 262 Vi ft _____i,...-.___30 8 22 50 I.ham Wilson ...____.. .80 run M 62 1.3 yds t 8 tort I

will and Truby & Co' __ 18.04 Sly of SWVt___________.___30 6 22 30 Herman Belferth! _____ 866 rds. W 82 1-3 yds. N \
:._
although some portions ____: -
; __. "
Addition to Stark.._.___28 8 22.3.. O. Boyd Eo of of NEVi ex yd.* to beg.-_?.._____(0 7 1:1: II Dank of atarke....__ 85.n !

re difficult, owing to stumps Lot. 6. 8. 9. 10 of Blk 11 Ir A N NEl,1t Hv_____... ____31 8 22 18 Unknown ___._______. 8.96 Beg at s pt 2RO ft W of alit

d obdurate clay, the canal was ; u rark18 Unknown ___._________ 10.16 All EJ4 of NE% of NEVi jfflli yds N nf SW Cor
Co'. Addition 8 22_ N orRy-2 A.________-.81 6 22 2 Or In Wilson. Ill. of NIOW of NK.i/4 A run
mpleted as to Its main features Lot 6 of Blk 11 Livingston NWI1.of NW y4 ex 8 10 A..31 8 23 80 Herman S.iferth10,68 11 740 ft, HlAVt: yds, "t4
December 21 last when the Addition 4 of NEVt of W 740 ft, N IUI{ yd*
un- TrubY & CO' '.82 011.r
to Stark.--------28 8 22 Unknown __________ NIQii ;,, of NWVt of to beg .-?______....10 7 23: 7 M. L. W.tterson11.64
pected order came to stop the Lot 1 of Blk 11 LIving. NEVt of NEVi:' ____-.-*- ...31SWVI t 12 13 Unknown ,_____.____ E83 Lot. 13, 14. 15, 16 of Blk o' lF

rk'at once. The finishing touch- stun, Truby & Co':- Additlon & Sternberg.8.66 of NEVi A SEW .atNBVi 18 In Hampton_________80NV T 13 W. D. locks ?_____,., 14,111
such as providing crossings to Starke.- .:.26 8'' all IIay. \ ex 10 A on 8 aldea.91NEVi 8 22a 70 B. C. Holt.endorf_.__ 31.81 ., of talk R In Hampton__80 7 al: Miss. Ada. NliiiinoL .___._ 11.4LI rt
Lot 0&S40ftofLotl of SEVi ofNEVi._____32 22 10 Louis Kahr __._._-__ 83,S5 Lot 1. 2 of Nik 1 II 1 A Lot h,
ping off the sides, leveling off of 81k If bounded S byJ. Com at 8W Cor of NWH 8. 7. 8 of Ulk 11n/ 1'

e spollbanks, etc., had to.be left 0.' Turner land LlvIngnton of I'Im' % A run B 160 ft. Hampton -80 1 '' 1:1: J. Wynn .._.___,___ 30.aa.:
Truby &: CO'I N 300 ft, W 260 ft. 8 Lots 7, 8 of Bile 11 In
done. 8 IS F..nella & Loise Hampton ______.30 T aa Hampton D I.V. Co.____ 1.T:>>
Addition to Starke.-28: IInyder ___ 15.58 300 ft tJ beg-IK A_...32 6 22 2 Simon Try.on ___- '.18 of Ilik
The new canal begins at the for.er : Lots 1
4. II of Bile 11 LlvIngnton Com at BE Cor of NW% m8pto4n .______-l.8..in-.30 T II W. O, 8.al.. ._____.. 4Ul'
Hampton road, and for half a Lots of HBVi A: run N 280yd. '
Co'. Boyd.__.:.______ 18.04 to pt of beg thenne Lots 8, 4. 6. 6 In MoCail
lIe it runs through the swamp Addition ;n"n"r:._ _-:_28 1 II J. p. W .' f'' '1,0 Add to Hampton ...___80 T 12 Hampton Dev Co.____ u.n,
itil the city dump has been pass- Lots 1. 2. 8 of talk 19 Livingston. 210 2tt'2n/ 1:0ttbpr: : Lot.' .. 8. 10 11 of talk 15 y
__80 1 13 Georgia flout hern
In Huniptan AFla
Co's
Truby & 28.51 &IAonNside of a 7'$$4 -
then for 1 3-3 miles the Nat Williams ------ 1
along Addition to Stark.------28 8 all -- A tract of land In NWVi Jty Co..____ 1.41 &

rth and west sides of the swampd Lots I. Z. 13. 14 of Blk 24Livingston of HUV ______. ._._._.._33 8 22 3 Ja. Albert .....------. 628 Com n 7VV( ft N of SW Cor

> finally into it, connecting with Truby & 22 Unknown ____.________ 11.21.ots One I lot of so of NICU of NK1: A run
8 \:
Starke26 a'Ml
Co'e to In SB Cur ; of 81 IIIt N 1U749 n. W
old ditch leading to Rowell 11. u.n. 14 bf Bile 8:I IS'((4 32 6 22 -.- Green Hamilton __.___ 2,42IAInSW'orof5of silo ft, a'l97Vii It to 'l eg-30 1 II Clussln. Pnrden A.
J. It. Mason..___.__ 11.1:1
:
ke The long, straight reaches 27 I ___________ 1.18 I -
d Co's ::m.tJr't':1.k'28: ; 8 u Unknown --- NWtf of 814--------3$ 6 22 IE. J. Johnson_____ 880 H'4' of SR'-i': of 8EV4----80 1 13 20 n Y. "....on.__.___..__ A At '
easy curves on the naturally Lose 8. 9. 10, 11 of BIk 28 Lot 4 of Blk 8: Lincoln; Nu. of NK'4_-.--- .--._--- 1 1:1: 80 R. Y. "".,..!._.,__.__. $14.7
''Ping land, give a very swift u &= Newsom.--.___ 14,68Co's City .___--_________-__22 6 22 Unknown ........_____ S.13 ; 11170fWA W14of( jT
rrent y Addition{ 1 rark"._18 8 23 n. A. Lot 1 of Blk 7 Lincoln FIE'd.' ._ ___._..81 1 1 la 157 W. A. Hlok.._______.. ....1* '

so that its waters are dls- Lot 9 of talk 11 Livingston City __'_v___ ..___._.......12 8 23 Simon Try ion ....__ 630 Lot 7 -of ((4 of NW14-3l T n 10 Unknown -..______ .,11.' 5
arged Into the lower swamp, ande & Cob. Sub Lot. 1. 3,' 4 of Blk 7 Lin- W_'" nf NWi* of NW%_ ._.U T II XO II, T. Hanoil: ____....._... 4,84
Truhy
8,66Wy
out of the before the flowat of NEI'418' II 23 Susie Davis------: : __._ coin City _____________33 8 23 Alice WcKashlon __ __ 335: NW% of NEV4" A Wy4 ofI
of N E\4\ -
way, Div .,. Lot. 6, 5 of Bile 11 Lincoln 1+:14 of NF:\ ____- .______ 1 12 eo J. H. Pov.r___._______ !
has to pick Its through of Bik,11 Livlng- I NKVi of NKV:' 34 T 13: 40 J. D. Thompson___ 1.U '
way ("0'.. Sub City ___. _82 8 22 Jessie John.on ______ 280 -
e swamp Itself reaches that por-, .eton Truby"of NEV.---28 8 12 :-.. Ella Matthews----: 11.11 Lot 3 of 171k. 13 Lincoln Com at NW Cur of NB'4

,n. Div of NEI4 .". ':, \ City __.________......A:__*'. 8 33 Dan Jenkins ____ 348 I. of NW1,iftl'1: ,: :: 4
Thus of :
the upper portion Lots. 8. 4 of Blk 13 Livingston ,. Lot. 2, 6 of Blk 13 Lincoln yds, M ; \ {

e swamp will seldom be deeply Truby'&of Co'NE.----2S. Sub 8 all Dretta Hamm.tt ---. T.88 City .- -32 1 23 Julia Albert ...._____ .7.66 yds' ', W 211 HllCi' -d" to b..! '
Div of NBV! Lot & ot talk:;: 15 LinculuClty 20 A A of NISNWVi "
ooded. while the low lands east ofe .
Lots 9. 4 of Bit 28 Living-Sub .- __"__ __ _____- .12 6 23 Willie King _________ 1.43 Ii.IAinNhi'orAA .
railway are safe from inundaon .stun Truby &: Co's NEI'428' 6 II-A. T. FauL-------_.. T,88Lot8 Beg *6 ff 8 of NW Cor of"HWVi In 8lW! C."r-12: A--86 T II 113V.. W. I'aekhani.83.00 r

unless abnormal conditions Diy of NEy of ', of NWVi A.. run tot'rD' of NW%_ .._.__.85 1 II 40 J. D. Thompson. ____.._ 11.13
I. I or ES, of Blk U :: 267 711 ft, N 191ft Com 66 'd" N at BW Cor
QuId occur; such as we have had Livingston. Trubr 41, '' "5,, ? :.' ,I', nr1\. .'rNoE r W : ft to beg------33 8 22 4 Chaney McDoughaM __ (16 of NKVi"' of NKVi. A run

late. Sub' DIV of_Nh114.__oC___28 8 a2 Unknown .__________ 11.11 NEVt of HWVi-_-__ -33 6 23 40 Unknown __-...._.__, 11.35 W 320 yd.. N TlO. yds' ,.
_
__ _
:NEVI yda, S 210 ydx to
'
The In NW Cor of
A
canal is still Id the making Lot 2 of Bile 31 Living.ton <, 8 of NWW_____.____-.33 8 S3 8 J. O. Boyd __.___, 5(2 t':2U: .. .. .- .._.u 1 U B H H. Bnebnrk-__ UJ,
T' the scouring effect of the swift Truhy & Co'. Sub all D. L. Lloyd_____..__ 11.21 3 A In 8W Cur of BW! %, 8Va uf HWVi of BHIVi: ..36S'j T II 20, Robert 16. larrsofBEV ._____ I,3l f
ater on the bottom and sides Dlv of N58424 of NEI'4.18' el 8 of NWV. W of Hy______818V 6 23 :1 King Chandler ...____ 380 __of 8WV4 of NKVi .* +
Lots I. 4 of Blk of SWVi of SWVi33: 8 22 20 Charlotte II. Herr. .___._ 7.36 w 5 A .. ot 1
nds more and more to enlarge its Livingston. Truby & 6 A In NW Cor of NEVi A NW\ of NM4"' .- I A II 7S Unknown .._____..,_ ".1<11

"trying capacity, Hyacinths, 'of- t'o'. Hub_ __of_NEy-of 28 8 za Unknown ___.__M" __ '..US of 8FJ'4< being 4l7Vk ft B" ex H-60 rd. .___. ._ .11 I U 300 11.:1.: (Stewart! ..______ 19.63Mbfof4yNSynroSf
._ _
n In long solid sail down NEyi K A W by 640'4 ft N A "' ''' N Vl4 A k
rafts, 110 ft of tot 4 of Bile 53, 14AIIA In NB 1 Cor of .11 8 II ISO L.O. wetm.r.-__._ 16,9'.,
e stream in endless procession, 50.100' Llvlngston, bean911ttNA81y447W.' SMf 8l81'7-NWy---e ,

1(1( If thoughtless throw Truhy "'f\tLo's Sub DIVof a3 Ida Simmons _____ .U Wu.NWo .y4.__ ___._ _____11 I II B Unknown _____ 8.01.
people ___18 1 -
_
NE'4 of NEil,- ft on N side A 618 ft All HV/114\< of SW4 W o117
ee tops and other obstructlohato W V Trubyk 34 \ on 8 .Id. to public road.33 6 S3 17 Cha., O. Woodbrldge-.. S3.30 .x. to A In W l.'or13 8 II 13 J. if. I.Bwr.nc.I",__ ...a. t
LLev ogeton 41
the canal, the plants will be Lot 1 of Blk 1 J. M. John. lit M Wyi
'ught on them and dams l'o'. Hub Div of NEyiof -u IS 12 Lula Duhart _____ lUO flub DIv of NEVi' of NIt>'...13 b 32, 1 Mr. Carrie Thornton.. 10(7. I NN WVN'aw a A In N'W 'T
cause ,
NEV4----- Lot 2 of Blk 3 J. M. John. Cor A3AIn PW CorA
filch will retard the flow and Lot t&SYofLot2of( Sub DIv of NBVi of Nh1U 8 39 1 Mr. Fannie Stewart1,41 K'of NWVi ..
.
eate bad Blk t1 Llvlngston Truby !:\ of II1.5A In NNCOrA' ,. 9
cavings.nie & Co' Sub: Dlv of McCall .U BNE44Arun W/191t11/t A' W 947 ft of H 1000 ft of ,"
Fannl. ,
relief afforded by the canal NE'4 of NJCV--..______.88 IS II ---- 399 1093 ", of HWVi"f A. "WI' "
K
1093 ft, ,
"I cause swifter movement of wa- Lob 11. U. U. It of Bile ft to beg...-.!..-!-_ H..34 6 23 10 n. B. W. Henvtst.'N .___ 1078 HV \< A 2 A In NW'd.. 1 t ,

r ''a everyone of the tributaries.ut 5' Davis to&Stark.--2 Truby'. Ad 1 1 II L. H. Gray....;_.'..:.:'.:.-_ 16.04 ttu of NW'-i of NEW e* 'WI 841 < of <8fBVrof8WVi-! II U 140 II.-"J. Bl.wart...,____ 78.5) '
dltlon
no 8. Matthews 4 A In NW ('01' A Nof I II 1:1: III) (!. H r>rak8._ .
waterway will remain in Lot a of Fllk I. E. % of NI':%. .13 1 3741

nod shape long if left to itself; a Addition "A: to U 1 all' S. 8. Dowling.Starks ...-.-n... un ex 8Vi E of 3 A w"1- / 6 22 34 Mattl Morgan ....__... 13(3 EM', of NN%of of 1411'4--r-11: or'N4s\ A al 10 Unknown-_e,__. I.6t
,.
caning out at least every other Lot.9,10&S5ftofLot. I'IF.' % of NWVi of NWVi,_-.S4 6 23 10 A. H.. ,Wall..____.___ 10.11 Lt.ur Ilk"I I, of talc147, _____13 II II III N. T. Nrabranoh.10.10. ,4

ear, la necessary. If the flow was; 7, 6 of BIk B toetarke.25; !N. 'J.Jon.sAdditlon IS all ,- Dr. A. E. Dunham.20.10 NEVI 8C Cor of 8EVi.____ex___6__A___In_.34 8 23. 35 Bradford County Bank. 13.70 N N 0fA.NW'4 ea OtInkSNV A.II.xA 1 13 4 J.L5. Lar.on A

nstant. the canals would 2A In NW Cor of NWVi O. IIt"wart.___ a.IH
lenutivgg. but half the clime Lof\. :i ::Ol..t'g. 2Ue"fNB, :: ___ 141 23 S A. E. 'Wall______ 201 F. US ft of Ni4 of NWI 1
> ; of J. June. Cam NH4E Cor ot "Nr/ir ut NEV4 .. .... .. .___ ..____11 1 II Joseph Dolt ---""--.r.. tIt.n
110.40Lold1It
ey N. Additon-21 H. Loaf. __
are Dtra. F. J
dry. and IS all ;
then 1-3
vegetation f.;. Starks of 8WV.\< A run N 713 All NK'xi' of 81E'4' M of Ky
'III start in the bottom and trash of Silk -Temples :.. ..:.. 40." ft. W 59t ft. 8 733 13tt. -II A .. 4 A K..tone
: all Unknown -- < 23 10 R. L. Lee_, ,,. __ 764IS 1
''u fall in n to Stark.--28 K 194 ft to bell-U' .j- ? -- Cemetery .-_ 11 1 II 14 J. E. Lauon.._._ 4.1tNI'"t. :
I'
impairing their useful- I. of Bile 11. T.m' BF.Ilt.of NWV4_--..-.......38NWH 6 t10 Maml flelger ......,.. ,40 : .f 1/--k. I AN5'Iq.l/
88. Lot. 11.Addition to St.rkeU S all 8. R., O.born.-.....- n.n of NKVi! _.. _____...36NW 1 23 40 (I. W. Hlneon Agt...-__ n,4// I NI'I cor elfEy.. vf : 1 99.t L. O. Wetm.r.-_._ 14.S
H. pi. Addltloa of NW\, of N'I4U! .6 93 SO L. A. bonn.1{J'-.....__ 1.37 INI': l< of HWV.U' 8 22 4" Walter. Will -,_..____ 11.41) t tNWSy
E. LARGERGREN.' 81:0 2ia Temple.. ; .U 0 u Unknown 4m. ,.._ T4.11Lou 8WVi of HKV,_______... ..-.30 1 23r 40 Unknown .-.......__ 1140 : of 8WV4 ___________11 I II 40 Unknown _________ 9,19S' c

1. 1.3 of Blk to 22 Stal'k.U T.m 6 aa J. W. Edwards.-.. .... NWofNWV4.x1AIa 8W for; for seho0l.2'' 22 3* fluky A. Ha,......-_ 1379 .eWy4.f NWI4_____A..__NEVI_ of.I6 II II It// Unknown __, -____ __._ n.nlAt. Il''

pies. Addition of Bill 34. Temples 1.51 6<4 of HK"f 8WV4______ 7 ti 30 J. W. Hdward....___ 9.66 4 _____ .___ ._ .t 22: 30 Mr, L. H. M"Olll,...__ 9W3ts'v
EVERGREEN Los 3.Addition 10 \ I to Starke.29 IS all W.rr.n Pepktns ___ 8WV of NBVi.: ____._-...- < 1 22U Ue ft White A : of A 514{ of t

Lot 14 of lIt!! 29. P..... Wl1Il&m.___' a.lo O.: W Alderman.11.70 NW14 of N1y... __ ... .._____1t I II II./ D. Thom .ol1u._____ III.IT 4NIc14
8t&rk.11 IS II T. 8. WH of NWVi of 4 T 82 10 Unknown .......____. 7.95 of NIC\,1 NP4' _14 U 10 Unknown ____-._____.. 4.55N044Ao1NWV4OINEY4
P. A, "'.1_. c... ldi HIkto/ IIWU-u. .
Lot ditlon t to 'Starke--------2'1; 1 all T. 8. William.- 1.41 Wholt' :fErJE':1I.R. 1 AIn : D' Mwy4 __. ..-uU In. John Davie ___ 8.19

Misses e. 1.0of81k4. NW t Cor______-.- 5 1 124 Dr. Ida :J. Helbercer... 10.10 I.oo! of NMt" of-NE' NEz off..k.
6. '
Lots
EmmeJyno and Evelynn ofNW'441IV '
Mu 0' ,
A '
J. U. Alv.rea Addltloato Ii:1.: J. Bullen ___ 1.11Lo' Beg 110 ft B of NW Cur* II f' P. K. A Al1.lN O.Vlenlln.
O8eley spent the week-end here Stark. _-_._-- -- -_11 1 of NWVi of NEti A. run' A ..._____.11 1 It.'. f'NWV4
>Ith> their A. B, C of Blk I. H 310 ft K 420 ft. M 319, -- -1----
Pauline "
cousins, Misses Wynne' Addition toStark. u.n ft W 430, ft to beg_.-::. I 7 33r 3 Mile Robinson _. (..13SO. of IIWV4_-_________-3$ 3 U 40 Toney Mitchell ____" 11.41)
lid Juanita Rosier _--1 II Boyd HollowaJ' !... MWyof HWVj___ --.n 5 .1 4') Lelgli M. Cear.allMary _____ U.J" ,
Mr. and Mrs. .. M. Rosier and Frail Lots A. B. C D of KM about of NKVi 4 A In of NB Nl: for.: *, HW of NWyW of NWvJ___81 8 II 1tJ Wllk.r.on _____ 4.85

lldren of Woodlawn spent Sunny Blk Starks I. WynD8_Addition____26 al Dr. Ida ::1. H.lb.r..r_ '.10 8E'4 of :oI&4.t..,.. I 33 64 Unknown ..---..____ .13 BI(, \ofofNIOv Yy A' ..SW. .__'4A_.__.fA I aa 800 Leigh M. P..r.all__ U.... w'

here with B. E. Rosier and to '1 City I Park S7!: of 5P.K : _. I 1 174 Ore. Mfg. Co._____ S33S 61414.. oJ! IIIC'4 0f4Ey4__31 I II au ", ..or1Wl1k."n ___ 1.at F''
of
Lot 1 Qf
'
other. Sub ollkw'to! 8t.rIlB-I.: & t s Ad- 1 6 II Ullknow.0dltlon _-_ t.n EVt of .____-NE-t- __ > .T 33 ( Unknown: -....-.,.,_ 380 8 Mi A of In NK'4 NW" Cor of NRM ANn'; .I x A 1 4I

Mr. and Mrs. Schelll were visit- Park I4 of NV4 of NWf' "II Cor of .f
ill NWM\ ,
of Bik 3.
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Strlnrfellow dltlon to' Starke-------29 1 82 T. R. Young--- tHi:.. of HBV4NWV. of IW'4__ T 7 23 19 Unknowa.---, 7.1" tat 1 __ ._._____._.11 6 14 l/elgh/ M. Pear.aU. ._ 1(84 1
Saturday. Lot 1 of Bik .. o( N W14.___ T 7 32 4V, Unknown ..., ._...._ 13.4W/ Lot 1 ---- .- -'' 8 33 37 elgh M. 8'.arsall.11.03 i
Mra>. :J. D. Rosier was visiting Stub Div I W. C1tr.p.rk' -Dk'4.8w... ._ 1.11 2 A UK Cur of EVii of, Lob I. a. 5 7"- ---35 8 33 11 Leigh M. rarsall. __.,? 14.33Lot4ea11AInNDCor
I' dltlon to 'a'i.e: tI 1 all Pr vJD of NBVWVi .,, T T II 2 Lary Rltrh .....,.,..., 1344 : i
daughter Mrs. Willis Reddish. I o' VVVk of $W---. I 7 1' 40 John If. Horr....._ 8.13 lot 6 on H
Bik 4 '
Tunday tat 2 of Citys :I4 .rl.J..AI
of last week. Addition /. 0.le .
Mr, '*, and Mrs. :J. D. Peels and Bub Div to. W.alarke.----25 1 II Jofre. Edith 'Rawly1.72. KVJ:.*of or Wt4ofSWA WH. .. o' NBVi' SISW l2. 11, 11. H. __ 33 401 Leigh St .'.* .. __. 133.61M. !ii''

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Use and baby spent Sunday aft- to /tack.-. --lf S II Frank A. A ran B ctn.t\:.\. .' Loss J. a. 1-_..--...-..1 141 .t-l.k M. iaf.lt...... a..uColleetor'af :.:;

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, Bradford County Telegraph (II 94 ? -*-BUT TRUE ; J] ELECT,


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, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class G Eat" NL'Itte l '

"4 Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. or' ;,

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Matthews.. __ __ ______ __ ._._______Editor and Owner 0'ISCaIIM\ 1'
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE Of TM WOWLOv.AA ; 1l'
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1 p Advertising: Rates on Application Mcoaoto\ IIIHWf!
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f, Don forge to take Thursday afternoon off. i ? $ t, a

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maws vote ia !known by the company he keeps, Just .
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before election.:; time.
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TilE PEOPLE'S CANDIDATE FORREPRESENTATIVE

Tuesday in the day. Put on your old gray bonnet and "

come to town to vote. *
this oNWNt ''i
p- I''r/ d # %' SHOpumal 4 He is a Bradford County boy.

Spring showers seem to have very little consideration } COST' 'I 11Nt NMP1a He is a taxpayer and home-owner. '

6 for political speakers. lie charges that neither of his opponents can make I
I il "r DEPAKTMENS / this statement.
I 0 /+ A bT00.t? He is against the no-fence law.' ,
Headline: "Drouth, Pest Loses Swell." We bet the I He' is In favor of a hard-surfaced road from Starke

farmers don't think so. 'I Otoooaoo / /, .JI.JIlAi to Macclenny via Raiford. _

o I He is in favor of a hard-surfaced road from Laptev
Each horse pulling in a team probably thinks he.is. 1 Yt R to the Starke-Ralford road.
doing most of the work. h IFf He is in favor of a hard-surfaced road from Hamp.
ton to Theressa.

o He is in favor of an eight-months term of schixl
New Yorkers can now drink standing up-at' least:'until I for all schools in Bradford County.

after the fifth or sixth one. f- He is in favor of a Bradford County citizen repre.

!, o fr a inglltuitteN. cAusiCA1 senting Bradford County. in the next session of the

t We're glad most of the tourists had left the state before M1CNL LP tt Legislature.
? He is in favor of the economical administration of
ai that cold spell hit us this week. r N loaf ifA our state and county government.lie .

o la against the Filer plan for financing our schools
4 A man might be king in his own home, but he is only because it will take money away from our small counties j
under,ft oted member of Its own MISSION HALL, and give U to the large counties.
y the court jester in his kitchen. ;
ranks organized medicine only succeeded
/Late He is in favor of old-age law.
f>* an pension
o In bringing him the sympa- Inclement weather did not pre-
f When a fellow pats himself on the back it's usually because thy of a nation that loves fair vent the "regulars" and others at- He is asking his people of Bradford County to elect
f 'Ill, ", he else to do it.. Classify '
can get no one
_. WJ contempt a sj o 'lull'< t RUSSLLL KAY :'Thls Iv"- tfiMrtunate'and, !' regret ber of new face's present!: were Rev. lie will take the office of Representative to Talla

The Punta Gorda Herald says that now ,there is a sign, Seer. .ury By. Flonda. P..*. AIM. jnor, table"\: because; from no group hasqumanlty and Mrs. Lyle and Mrt\ and Mrs. hassee and return it to his people untarnished.
received a greater serv- Arwood of Lawtey. He does not believe
"Closed For Repairs, on Easy Street. ---- that his people will turn
,"eihlcs" Id than frotet'organized medicine. "Sheep, Goats and .' Swine" him down.,
0 When the question pf; In the case of t>r. Albee. the medical scriptural types-proved a very Interesting -
II A music critic's wife recently won her suit for a divorce. at\ 'Isca member of the medical as profes.ion a- profession had a aide which, subject, especially when

Perhaps he didn't confine his criticism to musical scores. maiden confronted ecomo BB hysterical with a mouse. could It have' been ,intelligently dray. on!zed, and all those present
presented might have caused a received a great truth in the simple -
o They Busrt rave, gnash their rno- complete reversal of public opinion Illustration of the Good E1.! -*-
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Bradford congratulates one of its old residents Judge A. lars,a tear flock their of two-year-olds.half and carryonlike ;'' but being unaccustomed tc herd and His dealings with His THE J. & R. STORENEXT
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"public speaking organized medi sheep. John 10:27 The goats,
judgeship.
V. Long, on his recent appointment to a Federal
'did all
True to tradition, they cine did a beautiful job of sayingthe separated from the sheep, placedon
: o this and more when an enterprising wrong thing. at the wrong time the left hand and cast out be- DOOR TO POST OFFICE
Ever hear of a red negro? One was given twenty years advertising: man chose the .... cause of failure to do His will STARKE, FLORIDA !
in? 'lorldtr.fedlcal: Center and Dr. :The oceans contain enough salt presented' a sad picture of the
Atlanta the other day for attempting to incite an insur fora
Fred H. Albee ai 'good copy"
to cover the United States with a careless and Indifferent ones.
rection. Seaboard Railway folder. layer more than. a mile and half Matt. 28:31-46.: '
o ..1 Concerned with the problem of thick. While the swine, representingthe
jelling Florida and the Seaboard to -,- .,_. + Lr -Mr. T K demon ,
possessed having 'no
Our forefathers fought for independence and yet American -
the traveling public, the alert copy I MAIL SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE part In the kingdom, .but having
society girls would give a couple of ,of their lives Spring Cleanup
: years writer saw a corking story In the .U'C--j;: turned again to the world and wal-
to bow before the king. fact,that an Internationally known Train No. Mall Close.. lowing In the mire ((2nd Peter
II Burgeon had established a high 11 Parcel Post, South 8:40: a. m. 2:22): ) made this one Indeed true
class Medical Center at Venice.It 107 Letters & Special to
type-unfit and ugcleanlThe
Arthur Brisbane is urging everybody ,to attend the probably nevor occurred to Delivery, South ____9.50: a. n. young people are especially LADI S' 'S SHOESA
World's Fair, but it will take Roger Babson to tell us how to tae advertising man that before releasing 1, Letters\.& Parcel Post Invited, older ones welcomed, next
, # get the'money to get there. the circular he should first South __________-. 6:00: p. m week when Wilbur Scott conductsthe
consult the doctor and obtain his 12 Parcel ,Post & Letters study. Among the special mu-
o permission. Who ever heard of North' '___*-___-._ 3:00: p. m. sical numbers will be a duet by Selling: Event of Broken Lots of Shoes that
; Someone remarked to Will Rogers that Webster spoke such a thing T Ask a guy for per- 108 Letters & Special Delivery .___ two young men, Messrs. Lyle and formerly sold from $2.00 to $4.00 Of course we haven't
English. To which Will "Well could mission to give favorable mentionto North.,_.:_-?_____ 0:40: p. m.. Austin of Lawtey.
* perfect responded: so himself or his business T 2 Letters & Parcel Post, every style in every size but we'll)) guarantee that you'll

I, if I wrote my own dictionary." NERTZ! Here boy rush this copy North -'.,--------- 6.00: p. m. Cows in pastures near Ehrwald, get more value for your money. We have: ,divided these [
'? o to the printer Sturk, & Bell Branch Austria were painted with swastikas AMAZING VALUES,into three groups.
,''t A Boston, woman, who has been married six times, says So unwittingly, the'$Seaboard In Mall'closes __4._______ 6:50: a., m the German Nail emblem,
Mall arrives,,__,?_____ 1:50: p. m. and the words "Hail Hitler." '
of
to direct the attention
x the prefers monkeys to men as pets.: Wonder how she thinks an effort
travelers to the advantages; and facilities -
k'; monkeys stack up as bill-payers? of Florida, pay tribute to a

o noted surgeon; and Incldently the Group No. '1
There isn't much advance publicity on summer bathing medical profession Itself brought THE, J. & R. STORE ,

ql suit, styles. Evidently the designers are' trying to figure the:Sown outraged upon the wrath head of of all Pr true Albee worshippers i 96 Pairs cf 'Solid 'White ,

4'' where to go from where they were o l last summer. ';"' ethics!! % at the shrine of medical STARICE,NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE" FLORIDA and Blonde PUMPS $,


M Dorothy: Dix advises wives to dress well in order to keep When the horrible facts were STRAPS, OXFORDSAll --
known.; Dr. Albee, himself a true
their husbands., Some wives spend lots of money on clothes to below
t believer, was the first, to rise .In go replace-
and it doesn't keep their husbands in anything but a bad proteut. At his insistent demand Genuine Wondersoft'KotexWrapped '
11 temper. the' offending circular- ,was with-- in the ment price at____ 1 1Group___......__
19cI .
drawn by the.railroad
o new package Large
but organised medicine was not

According to a Russian scientist the human eye moves appeaned.' ft* Holy of Hollies had size I box _ .... _
involuntarily' about 100 times a minute. Sorae male eyes, been Invaded. The Fair name of

however, seem to come to a standstill when a trim pair of Organized Medicine: had been drag I MMHHl No. 2 ,
' ged In the mire of filthy publicity.
ankles 4- pass by. Nice doctors held their uchoorilea, Ladies' Pure Silk White Pique'HOSE
0-- others hurled choice adjectives, This Group includes .
Henry George sums up the tariff situation in a few words: pound tables with clinched flats, our '
t demanded justice.. I Plain WHITES that
sold
; "Take down the tariff wall and redeem our foreign trade. Naturally, all this clamor and; HATS $

" i 'Why' dig out harbors to let vessels, in, if we have tariff walls din. attracted the attention of the ,4.". I up to;>> $2.50. Among
to keep them out?" profane 'such; ''vulgar persons ''as '
A 'New these
rtlfuir Number
ties
common reporters noaeU Into ,the Ev ': GuaranteedFirst For ate and pumpsin
--- o SUMMER -
mess to find out what It Vaa all WEAR
A ,New Jersey policeman arrested on the charge of beat- about. They learned that the great Quality Cool and Comfortable44c sizes 4 to 9_ __ ...

ing: his brother-in-law, took himself to jail. We will now live surgeon bad been put on the spot

"'' in hope of some day hearing a traffic cop bless! himself out and tlou.fired from his medical- acsocla -

4y, for running through a red light. And <80 an.obscure mention on a 29c49c
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Q railroad;r.troular'hleh had been '
I Johns Hopkins, specialist insists. that' "Thirteen," the objected',l.- by the fraternity as Group .,No.., 3A
became hot news, be- .
It'f deckl dog, f is really dead even i if he does, eat., If this eating .:publicity cause of their own Idiotic raving. REAL BARGAIN for those

after death becomes general it seems to us that it'3' goingto Typewriters clicked telegraph Girls'. Fast Color Printed who like ,
prove a pretty expensive? habit. :Instrument Bpurtted. Dr;, Altee Wash Frock a BETTER SHOE $ ,
: and the Florida. Medical 'Centtt uar- Our entire stock of SPRING arid'
o were flashed before million DM the antsbfi fast ''i Mors4.
"s The British ministry of agriculture says' that the world's I[rent page' of the nation's prea4.: SUMMER SHOES that sold as '
I Time, the newsmagazine dressed!! Sizes 7;to.14, each high
strawberry crop is disappearing rapidly. The present crop as 3.15 to go in this group

"a Is disappearing rapidly-just as quick as. Bradford County I up the another yarn and million.passed It ontoamuse I for only _____?_________

housewives. can put it in cans and jars. PubUc opinion unconcerned. with ; '
o I medical "ethics" naturally aided : ; ; :41O! Ladies' WashFROCKS I
,with Dr. Albee and enjoyed a .
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The utterances of Smedley Butler are not all sound' and pleasant thrill over the whole sorry

fury. ,In a'recent speech at St. Petersburg he said: ,VWar mesa Dad tossed the morning- paper RRINTS: Added Attraction

is a racket and warring nations are Dillingers.. Although I 16 mother saying: "Them ... ,
tthlo-soaked professional men ""
am a professional soldier, I'll never fight again on foreign give of' c' ,
me a pain. Imagine going ga-ga Quality ,Just 12 Dozen of These LADI S' LACED
A Fine in New
.J over a litUa thing like that. They '
t '- 0 ought, to hare,'a blue eagle,tied Patterns'and Cobra i 'Remarkable'2 For"I.ob,Values. "*....,' ;B E A ctt DJ\f.S''ii
around their neck like lbave. than ,
'
You can't really whip an'experienced columnist. These
newspaper they would have something to worry sold forjl.95. but we Qgly ,
,When he has nothing to, write about, he writes about about. Mother looks over'the have a few'.left to go at. this
w having nothing to, write about.-Memphis Commercial Appeal story and says: "Well I declare, 13C'prdS9C price solid White and -
Colors =
f the poor fellow, they ought to be each ; ,
'Or, like the Appeal editor, he writes about other columniats Leather
< ,. : _, Sole ,
l shamed 01 UMmM1ftL __ ...
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who.,.. 'write about,having nothing-,, >to. -write. about., : In IU attempt t.. put tt* tide* l R ,,
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