Bradford County telegraph
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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 8, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six-,-Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews\ Editor and Owner.

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Green Wins Easily', HE WINS AGAIN Close Senate Race Board .. Invites Johi--A omgriaIn

L-i t Wifl 'Be :Run Off; County' Public!

d First
Over Kelly; bitirgisln } PrimaryOver

Trammel! In LeadPepper To Bond Meet

\ Second District, .- 2 Opponents

In Heated Kara With Importanoe Of Refunding Proposition -

Junior United states I* Stream By .. _.- -
"" G'oiiuulAHloner.
HIM A Majority Of 2,551 Over Two Hundreds Turn Out Senator Pepper, Green, Matthew And
A* Count Near -- Carter Lead> In Bradford
Opponent' A bare margin Thursday' kept The Board of County Commis
End For Election Party County
intact Park Trarnmell's record of stoners' will meet at the court 4

CONGRATULATESCongretuunan'- At Telegraph Office never lagging la ,a political contest house Monday morning at 10:00: VOTING IS-VERY LIGHTConner
RAINEY according to Associated Press o'clock for the purpose of begin. -
Formidable Lead A crowd of several hundred peapie dispatches, However he must go ning an exhaustive study /of: a bond Thonia And Saxon Aria

U'aa Never Threatened from all ovw ,the county en- I into the second,. primary with refunding program for this county fhiMien For County Com-
Show joyed the Telegraph's election par Claude Pepper. Y llhful Tallahassee and they have extended an Invitation mission !
Report ty Tuesday night.,' In spite of the attorney, before It U: decided ,to the County Bond Trustees 1't -

unofficial returns from fact that voting ,wa light, much who will ba this'state's Junior Sen and several representative eitlsens Charley E. Johns was elected 7
Complete but Marlon County today left interest in getting the returns was ator In the" tippet. >'house of Con-, ,to, be present.at the meeting. 1JM state representative from Bradford td

all doubt that Congressman R. A, shown, and cars began to park gress. Besides the special Invitations County In an easy victory over two L
to would be re-elected to Con along Call Street long before the Virtually complete unofficial returns that have been Issued, the board in other candidate at.tha poll Tue.

Green from the .. Second District polls closed.. Returns were wired Crom Tuesday's election gave extending an open Invitation for day. Mr. John polled. 167 more y
gress without the necessity of entering a from Gainesville here and were R. A. GREEN Trammel 76,863 votes to 73.130 for Interested citizens to attend, as a votes. 'than the combined count for
second primary. flashed on a large motion'picture Pepper, who plunged into sixty-six: the meeting will be open to the O. C. Butler, Incumbent, and L.'A.'

Green's commanding lead over screen which was greeted on the of Florida's! sixty-seven counties to public. Gray, his two opponents John

his two opponents, James R. Kellyof vacant lot adjoining the printing "Twentieth Century"" make some 300 campaign speeches. Members of the board have expressed CHARLKV. E. JOHNS. 504. Butler 213 and Gray 184. !?

Madison and Wallace Sturgisof office. To Theatre :Going the old-fashioned stump one the belief that after' discussing In the Congressional race. this
Ocala, was at no time threat i t t r-r-_A i i ijfrrinii-i -I..L---J Coming better Pepper made big rounds the bond situation and the Offer county.stood firmly by R. A. Green., i
ened and his'majority over them with a ,truck "rigged up with a refunding proposition with citizens Magazine the incumbent who, was opposed

today, stood at 2,551* Based on the Berry, Queen Goes John Barrymore distinguished loud speaker,. from different sections of the Expires On June 15 by James R. Kelly of Madison and ;A
almost complete returns Green's member of Broadway's Royal Hardly less active was the chairman county, they wilt be better prepared Wallace Sturgis of Ocala. The
total vote was 14,412 Kelly 5,926, Family reveals a rare genius as of the Senate's naval affairs to act In tho matter This I Is a I The TelegraP'ii'W In receipt of vote was: Green 638, Kelly'' 213. ,
Sturgis 5,833. To Legion Meet\' t a comedian in the role of the tem- committee,'who left the legislativehalls matter that affect every personIn a letter this week trorn out agency sturgis 73.

Since his overwhelming,. victory peramental producer: Oscar Jaffe, some 'weeks'' before the vote the county, the board members stating:,thnt after June 13 It wouldbe Claude.Pepper led 'Park Tram-' YIt

became evident,' Congressman In Columbia's "20th Century" to take the speaking platform In say, and they are urging a large necessary to make a slight! increase mell by a slight margin of 100>

Green baa received hundred 'of' MiD Lucille Torode Represent which comes to the Ritz Theatrefor defense of tya- record which had attendance at Monday's meetings. In the popular "Money In votes in a. close contest for Tram.,,
of congratulations Local Post At' Gainesville two-day run. drawn fire from *ll four of his op Those to whom Invitation were Your, Mail-Box" magazine: offer mell's neat In the U, S. Senate The
among' them 'one''' from Henry T. Convention In a comedy as fast as Its title, ponents. ,,.. ; extended are as follows: that baa been advertised duringthe five candidates In this race received 4 i

Ralney, Speaker of the House of Barrymore: proves a deft farceur Three 6rrhe.were hopelesslyleft W L. Wall W. E. Torode.: E. 's.1 past few months. the following vote; Pepper i;
Representative, ,saying. "Sincere I Miss Lucille' Torode, ''who was the like of which has seldom been behind as reports from 1,195 to Matthews, Ovid Haynes If. P, Gal- This':ftffer, which many of our "38, Trammell 328, Mitchell T.. "a

congratulations on your splendid crowned queen of the first Brad- equalled on stage or screen. Armed 1.283 preclnJt* were received. nay and C.'A. Futch members and subscribers have taken advantage SikM 37 Well 21. y

victory" ford County'Strawberry Festival by the brilliant dialogue and up- Charles A. Mitchell, of Vero Beach secretary of the Board of County of, made it possible to obtain tour In the three county commU-, tl'
Following' Is the congressionalvote la In Gainesville this week-endrep roarious situations concocted by was credited with 28,083 ballots; Bond Trustees of Bradford County; popular: magaslnes for SOc a year shiner districts in which there Wan '

counties: resenting the Jones-Langford- Charles MacArthur and Ben Hecht, James F, Bikes ofiSt. Petersburg, also L. H. Hill, G. W; Roberts J. If taken with a year' subscriptionto opposition, L. L. Conner was electd ,
by i White Post. American Legion, at authors of "The Front Page" Bar- 14,431 and Mr. Hortense K. Wells H.. Moore, Rudolph Thede J... 8. <<; the Telegraph. from District. 2; Mallory tS''{
,*Oreen 1,720 Kelly 833 SturglsAlachua 986' the state convention being held In rymqre rises to sublime heights asa of Tampa the state's national Norman F. M. Norman J. M. 'The agency states that the Coat Thomas from District 3, and H. V",

Baker _-__.-,Z, 949 142 887 that city. comic artist In his understanding an,- with. an even Brownlee, N. 8ternb rg, L. O. Pow. of magaalne publishing, due to( Increased Saxon from District 4. The voto'w.
Bradford ?.-__ 461 261 72 Miss Torode wilt enter a beauty ..: Conner'206, W M. Edwards
characterization of the egocentric,
Columbia ..... 1,060 B30 881 8,000. ell. James Hornsby, H. A. Bishop cost of printing, paper
Dixie ___.__, 602 1S8 115GIlchrlHt contest along with 108 other girls eccentric impersarlo. A colorful battle Is In prospect as T J. Griffin W B.\ Parka, B. L.Bigg stock and labor have so Increasedthat 103: Thomas 140, J. L. Underbill ,:'

Hamilton__.,_... 1,009 281 S34 214 142 808 from all part of the state" for the The story of "20th Century"' is Pepper and Trammell both nativesof *. A. S. Crews. H. .V. Knight it will! be necessary to Chang 124; Saxon 89. Sullivan 48. The'' th
Jefferson *_-.._, 1,049 473. 296 title of"Miss Florida. The win- that of an eccentric theatricalproducer Alabama. and born la adjacent John Uglow, A. M. Darby, W. E. the price' on this offer .to 700 ef two commlsslpners who were un-.
Lafayette fiao 436 13. ner will then enter the contest\ to opposed were J. M. Rosier of District .
all of his Middleton J. M. Mitchell Olin fective June 18.Starke.
artificial in
___ni 880 317 40lladlann counties; pair off In the second pri-
levy be held at the national;; obntest In 1 and R. T. Oiteen of District
r-... tit 803 tm .' emotions egotistical a czar in his mary. Coming to Florida as a store White L. D. Green J. F. Colley. .-!
Marlon _??: J.878 183 Miami this fall: ? theatrical domain, conceited and Frank HOllingsworth, L. D.' Vln- B.For .
Clerk. Trammel began his string
Nan.au _.._ 89S 171 221
Suwannee! ? ,_. 872 403 225\ It had not been decided up until -,stubborn In his own opinion. He of political triumphs in 1900 with i Ing, C. M. Phillips K. L. Grtffis, Loses' Railroad Commissioner
Taylor ......A 1,299 476 838 the time for going to press take an.unknown girl and makes his election as mayor of Lakeland Lester Kite;C. B. Roberta Chesley Group 1, the vote was: Matthews) '#3
limos; "______ J44 164 16 whether' or not the local post I 342, Wells 310 Davis 198,.Placlo <41.'
L. :r. ML...Watte
her famous theatrical star. Fogg; Wynn *-
a, and,,continued through/ a term aa t
: wouldplace .-tr at.'tlath'!: parade "' and rta 1917 son J. H: Saxon, a. p.Wataworth.A. For ,Railroad Commissioner.Group .
'The' In' the lies Governor as junlOJ'Vnltell Two Last GamesNow *
picture '
FERA ,NoW Under tob)$i held,:Saturday. not only comedy In farcial and hilarious States Senator.' L., Sullivan, H. D. May Floyd ,.3: Carter, 321, Nowbunx. t ,,

An elaborate program has been situations but in the consummate He and Duncan U Fletcher form Wiggins. E. A .Eapp, E. L. Kelley I 100 Green 90, Caro. 95, Good.67,
arranged for the three-day conven- and his R. A. Week. G. W. Hazen, A. B. !Stands! At Bottom Of League ; Pruitt 28.
tion and Gainesville Is said to be acting of Barrymore sup the Senate delegation Coasting the The three school board member. 1
Is Surrency P.A. Crosby, M. O. Har. With DuyUght -Fernandlna ,
Escrow System t filled to over-flowing with state porting Lombard cast. in among the characterof longest continuous service. rell, and all of the county official Lead who ''were unopposed and whose
Legionnaires. Carole Steel mill worker, 'college professor name did not go on the ticket.are .
The minutes of the board' Monday -

the actress. Lily Garland, and lawyer and member of the follows LEAaiTK STANDING : J. C. P.rvntt W C Manning
running her a close second is Roscoe state assembly is the backgroundof meeting are as : W. L. 'Pot. and Stafford L, Crews. d

local Administration Expects' 'To I Farmers To Hear Karns'as O'Malley Jaffee's Pepper, who added a Harvard Alfred Tyler aged pauper having Fernandlna __?*?__ 0 3 .025 Only 919 ballots were cut. This: n

Work 470 Men In. .New" drunken press agent. Walter Con- University law degree to his University died, his name was stricken Green Cove .. _..._ 4 4 .500 represented approximately three..

Plan I nolly ranks with him as Webb of Alabama education. from the pauper roll, his widow, Starke ______-.__? 3 4 .429 fourths of the 1218: who were qual.Ifled. .-, Ira,
I Jai/e's conscientious and long suffering Florida's eD tire"" congressionalgroup Mrs. Annie Tyler, was allowed Daylight _____, 3 4 '.42U t
FERA operatlolns under the: Rhodes Address business manager. rode out the'primary storma:: (7.CO; for bl"'burial expenses and t ti I +t-... t r l t .
"escrow" system were begun In This U the' first really hilarious successfully. Withstanding the she was also allowed '$3.00 per Starke traveled to Jacksonville
Bradford County this 'week according Marketing Commissioner; ; 'Will comedy In which John Barrymorehas challenge of Mrs. Bula E. Croker, month. Sunday to be defeated by Daylight Local Job Office
to an announcement by J. Dlscu-w Hog Production ever appeared. The role he socialite widow of the late Richard J. A. C. Bogart, director'of relief Groceries by a'' scare of ft to 0 art ,'

A. c Bogart. work director for the Problem. plays might be likened to a com- Croker, and Major Paul Crank of activities, appeared before. the. the Forest and Palm diamond. 4n

local administration.Under posite of several eccentric and'well Orlando, Congressman J. M ',rk board and stated that he had been Morn Pfelffer! Jackmmvllle pitcher '
the new plan workers The first meeting In a programto known Broadway producers, tinged Wllcox' piled up the greatest! ,ma.- assured! by state! headquarters thai!' allowed Starke only three hits Closed This Week

will make an' estimate of their get Bradford County farmers and: colored with Barrymore'a own jority of the electrons' work on the addition to the courthouse a single a double and a triple Mersa,. e ; ,
bUdgetary'''needs' and the number interested In diversified crops :will personality. Carole Lombard In Eleven of 428 precincts unheard would be .resumed ,at anearly Harvey 'pitched"' nice relief bull wr -

(f hours they are allowed to 'Work take place at the court house here the role'of the actress, lg cast a* a from, Wllcox had 63,853 Fourth date and rushed to comple during, four Inning; tre the locals, Ml'rvl.n.ro U'lll Ik 'Contluu' ; '

per month will} be .determined by Tuesday afternoon, Juno 12, at temperamental) spitfire as' eccen- Dtitrict votes to 9.795) for Mr,*. tion. lie was replaced in the eighth inning Through/ (*1aln<< vlll0 llrnncli.

this budget Each worker will be 2:30: o'clock. trio and !an self-centered as' is Croker vnd 3,393 for Crank. A O. Andrew requested assistance by Jonen. Pfdiffer pitched" WII.o" HllY ,
ongaged on projects for the full Local growers will have the op- Jaffe, her employer and lover.Governor's' .Hardln Peterson was assured for the' family of Clayton nicely the-\ entire route for Day .

t"n! allotted him' for the month portunity of hearing L.-TM. Rhodes, on renomination from the First Johns; an Mr. Johns) is critically. light and wtttr never in curious The local! National R -('lpl..>y.
Met will then be laid off for the state marketing commissioner, District an 301 of 321 precincts: and hiss family In want. "The1 boa'rcJIUawed trouble ment office wan cloned Thursday

remainder of' the month giving who win\ adUrePs ,,the. meeting la Plan I gave him 33,032 ballots to 6,808 for the family ?3,00 for June starke tout, to Green Cove I .iI, part of a retrenchment pro.CI'lI.m -

''i m 'In opportunity to took other regard to hog marketing and other. W T. Hill of ,LeeBburg, and :),'HO And 3.00: for July from the pauper Springs) list Thursday afternoon / undortnken by the IT. S. Department
employment. general marketing problems.; for Randolph Calhoun of Sarasota fund. i I fen the local field by a (Cora of ,42. of Labor All a matter
tt Is stated that the workers) will In a letter to sponsors of'themeeting Late returns only added to the! W. 'W. Coleman requested that These two defeats place It, along of economy the department found
Tec ive each week one-fourth of here Mr. Rhodes) has expressed I Meets l i t ,Approval margin of Congre llman. R, A. he be' placed back on the pauper with| Daylight, at tho button of it necessary to'clftllit a number of

the amount earned. by them duringthe a wish that a good crowd' Green In the Second District 'and rl'>ll. By !Motion duly made and the league standing. offices throughout the state. ',, ;
month. J turn-oht Tuesday afternoon.. It !la '' with 194 of'208'' boxes counted he carried, he wall allowed $3.00. permonth. The, locaU will! play Fernnndlua This ruling is not peculiar to
The projects that have been resumed believed that the. .information FavoraMtf. Cam Heard, :On' h.t'14.846 votes to 5,800 for James at Fernandlna Sunday afternoon. the local office atcme but applied,

In this county under the gained at thin time will be of great ShoJtz'.';. ta'>llr Flnunrlnjc R. Kelly of Madison, and 5,477 ti.>r Th.,'TCoar4! aor'uud to" investigate --.-----+. .-.--.. U a larg number of other officer ,11',

new plan are: Community sanitation benefit to growers here. Program! Wallace Sturgis (>f Ocala the possibility of,selling the dilapi KOIOIKK ('CC IMIYS! throughout the state. ,

malaria control, Lawtey Congressman W. J. H. aro, stateat (cb.tcd'Lof'g"' br4Age.A'communication. FIND; POSITION; IIERK; Neither doe that'' jrullng. mean, r
ditch, Lawtey town hall. Lawtey FUNKRAL SERVICES\: HELD The, plan of Governor Sholtz to large aid:: Millard CaldweH, was" ,received m o with that this county will>, be deprived ,
FOR MRS' BOVIXorON adequate 'relief to the from Governor David Hholtz urging Thr* 'younjr formerly e'
streets and Erookeir\ school. provide Third District were unopposed.The been of this nrrvtce. The offloes are be..
Work on the. court house here service held at I school. by allotting them one cent .June' 26 primary moat decide the county to'employ a traffic pa, the Lawtey -CCC Camp, local have busi lug connolidated at central,pnlntl
will\ be resumed next week If sufficient Funeral ''nears'were ,Stark,'i of the gasoline tax now'golncr into Railroad Commission ''nomi-. trol for the county road from litcunnor given employment with throughout' tf>( state, and place- '

labor Is available. If labor Friday Conner" morning cemetery at, 10:30: 'o'clock, I the general'revenue fund and off- need in two groups. On the bale! .1. ''1034, to April 1, 1935: ness.concerns: during the past' few' moot*,, both ..to public work projcU u

cannot be had, work on the court Bovtngton' whodied setting this loss with a'tax to be of almost complete returns, the and requesting; a" reply aa to action day Went Pahn and "lot: private Individual> ., "pr
Mrs Fannie of
house will likely be taken up next for Wednesday morning,at levied on the sale of alcoholic beverages' Group 1 contest will bring together taken. The board Instructed the Arthur Copeland Brown. Pharmacy; will be made from those centrally ,P
early' Is with
month.It after the 'practically certain Eugene S. Matthews chairman clerk to Inform the Governor that

la explained that the main object of her injuries home, at sustained West Palm in an Beach automobile ,II ratification; of state repeal of the present commission, and aid 'patrol would provided. for: Joe Hale tit Key Stark West Stave has) been Mill, located'Thl* 'county'will offices be under the
by the
of the'new system Is to permit this November, ha met with general Lester Wells of Tallahassee, if possible. emptqyed jurisdiction of"tbedistrict office '
wreck. and Roy Brooftfer of Jupiter I Ie with!
Instructed the clerk
board '
: the worker to put in an unin- service was' conducted by, approval. Jerry W. Carter'x Tallahasseeand The Starke' Cleaners. of the) National Re-employment '
The Dry'
reaction aa checked Instate Herbert P. Can to Hall Watkins, turpentlne the
editorial warn
terrupted; 'work then lay State jenato at Gainesville and
week' ,' ReV. C, B. Price; pastor of the. the baseball season the n. Service, located
off if while he continue inter paper* by the Florida News of Pen acola must meet for the operatwa! 'on state'tax lands During lIuy'cewllL be rendered
necessary with prompt
Church will Importa.nt
First Baptist three men ,occupy
to needs Service shows that almost without Group 2 post at once; local committee ;
draw his actual ment In the family plot under'the on the Bta.rk from there. The r
until exception newspapers view the la Group 1, with 1,212 preclnctaIn position. ,
the accumulated salary Is ex- of the DeWItt C. Jones of which' J. R. Wilson III I .chair-
hauHtel1. direction plan a* a practical",and workable the count was Matthew 54,039; 9IR.S. ELl/ABE'nl STARLING nine, man, will furnish' Information ,to-

Workers will be asked to sign Co.The: deceased had been 'a life solution, to the school financial Wells, OO.039'G.e;' B. Davis lls+ DIED AT }MIUnLKHUHUMr GREEN: THANKS e VOTERS both employer and registrant, U

*a agreement to this effect' and resident of Starke until moving problem and pay ,high tribute to 843; and William J.-, Ptaci 11,643. -- :J am 'profoundly gratefulto their'needa. age'' made known to ,
long headed 'Elizabeth' Starling 72, lifelong
the Governor for his level In 2, 1458 precinct gave
those who do not sign will not be to Wet Palm Beach two years Group the people of our district for the them, or communications! may: be
of'taking time to study the the vote follows, Carte 48,831: resident of Clay County at ( '
allowed policy u ; office
to work. .However, they where she with her. family wonderful votaccorded Jun *6. mad.,,dirct: to the Gainesville
will it ago fact and get to the bottom of the Caro 23.970: Mrs. Mamie Eaton- MldJleburg.. died Monday night
not be ,
coerced Into signing and
had sine resided. My friend have been loyal
:Is problem before attempting to present Green incumbent 20,472; John after a.brl'; f illness. She was a alt
stated. be
her husband Employees will supplied on
Those surviving her are faithful They woo the victory.I
sotutlon,- .spite-of,. many William J. Pruitt 18.- member of' Klngsley Lake BaptistChurch
a Good 20.018
About will Public Works as heretofore
470 able-bodied men for projects
four daugh
J. L. Bovlngton? friends In will do all within my power<
and had
be> on the county FERA payroll tars, Mrs Raiford Strickland, and attempts to high' pressure him 790. and Joba Wl.; Newbern 13,073.JOUNS this vicinity.! many the further best Interest of,our from the county's list of registrants
when the work get into full wing Edna and Elaine. Marks; into doing so.The and nation. I -will assuring that only bone '
Frances. announcement of the plan THANKS' VOTERS I She left surviving her, eleven dUUict *fate ,
here. and one son, Herbert Marks: all of I thank, the people of eons, Joe 'William. Joe Shelton keep the faith. fid resident of the county in r
an Immediate expressionof I wish to i'
\ "' West ,Palm Beach i her mother brought : R. A ILEX( ) CREEN. which the work I la being don will
association and the splendidvote Thomas. Henry and Otto of Clay .
sister', approval from Bradford Countyfor .., receive these Also* tar a.
LARSON ELECTED .Mn. J Holllngsworth; a -.. -. jobs.
and Jacob
3\ individual who bad heretofore opposed ( and support/you gave me on County; Jotmnl. Noah with efficiency.

C. Wesley, Larson, wa elected Mr*. A. Rltch; one,brother. F. the administration's school June 9. and I only >Wish that you Eagle Lake, Fla. Frank Braden- SAXON THANKS VOTERS possible compatible will
P<''' the'State Legislature C. HoUiEgsworth of Starke.i I wish to thank the voter of all private) placement
ntaUv* to policy and-thus.served to close a could look lato.oIII7'.eut and see lon., and Levy Lakeland; one sls-
be made from the local list
and Graham
front clay County JD'T\ld- breach that would "surely' nave Just how much 1- Appreciate the ter Mr. Joanna Crosby Sampson Hampton Thr M {
day' COUNTY ELECTION.Eraast.H : In:>th. 'primary
their support
s for
without the nee '
primary, la ,
bav me City .
at shown
and costly confidence *
wett and N_ E. Roberto proven troublesome you I have .MASONS TO MCBTTn : '
aity of lMICoud. prl. : behlat of June 9-$ Bine
going into a and tot Funeral ..rvka.wers :
the next'leglsntthr* session."At Don't: fall to call on m i "
ta1ry Unofficial reports received will eaten: the second primary view onto*..Important 10.0O j0..WadnMday at, KIngsley been' .ltI ted' I """will endeavor to .- regular meeting' BradJ.+J.,
here Indicated: that ilr.Larson to determine who will,be the next :/: aMa etJme.: .arnr the blow nonouncsmeat'a7zm4 to UgMativ '- me 'know natter your that will earn lie- Lake ,CJwrcl1.. ,fUver ndrDonn
70 hem been coach at.the .Brad- representative "to;th* State.Legislature candidate/ aa jIf' openly opposed tOft tb*> next Miottf. Uw Lglbtarvar *- CIftIodau.a.....,Burial wa (inJOngsley p*opW-'of my district'to'th. bent at the Masonic Hall 'Monday err-' '/IM.f
lord from Union County Ac- of atoWlty. th.tr''eotmty cotnmUioar. > slur St' 3O: Whtoelt: ; 'T1trfilf 1i / '
High School for the pat two ,admtototmUa' awt who drop t ar a/ ..*. .** X Wee sstary.. anJir ldreetfedBore. my IIk
?*ar to rta. there WM a to' the? : 'M" r craft" d.gre. wm be v-.: &JLihbir. ::;\
*. led ... ow-. .,.ToID Rlv- eordin rep : of. ., and O'ddfta. ;Jaduran < t \ '
Interests will can you.1'
by a':,vote of approximatelywltSS3sStsas different of only two vote la thee "ought votes or,school on' .: :a::.' 4' '' I,' "' \o.y; : ''Mee W Y',., tJ'1J. .p i ':'; t
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Eld. W. E. Hall filled bill regular The many friends of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Woods and family of I

fr .... of Florida In Short Paraffraphap appointment at Pine Level Sunday Mrs. W. M. Reddish sympathizewith Lawtey were visiting: Mrs. G. L I GaragePhone
,; ? with five candidates for baptism. I them In the loss of their lit Kersey and Mrs. O. U Brown Sat.

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hersey spent tle son. Jack who passed away urday.

JliI .....;I_ JL u II ,Sunday with their parents, Mr. and here at the home of his parents, Dock and Jerry Wilson were visiting 120
: Mrs. J. 9., Norman, In Woodlawn May 28, at 1OO: *.m. Little Jack In Sparr Saturday and Were
4 t section. had been ill two-weeks and five accompanied back by their mother

TALLAHASSEE PHONE CUT ORDERED-General reductions ACTS "SOCIALLY"JACKSONVILLE A recom- I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop and days with colltltu He leaves to who will make her home In "this. Wrecker Service Day or Night

In telephone charges mendatlon by a Columbia County I son Fred visited the bedside of J. mourn his deaths\ his parents: three section.
K sisters of Hol-
14rL R. Seacrest
'made by the Peninsular Telephone grand jury that Mrs. Florence T. Tublor of Eustla who Is 111 at Earl John of Panama City spent
landale Jean and
and Eva ,
y In St. Petersburg were Asche Gates, county social service Starke.J. the week-end here with his par -
r Company
brother of this ,
It'(l' ordered recently by the State Railroad director at Lake City be removed I tk Connor was a business visitor one besides Henry, place ents, Mr. and Mlsa Lum Johns.
a host of other
:: s Commission, which estimated. from the office for "acting social to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. friends. Funeral services Mr and :Mrs. Jerry Brantleywere DJERKISSTA.L
total cut at 3OCOO annually. ly" among negro men on the of Mrs. 1 Brown
the ; and Mrs. I* A. Crosby and were held Tuesday at the Evergreen guests O. *
FERA offices,
and In the
r -- streets little sons, Jimmie and Carl, were cemetery. i Saturday night.
received the state FERA CUM
d A' BOY GETS UFF.-TERM was by dinner guests of-Mr. and Mrs. T. Mrs. Raymond' Seacreat of Hol- I Walter Woods of Newberry wasa

,l DEFUNIAIC SPRINGS Bud here recently. N. Norman were visiting; Mr and landale was called here last week visitor In this section Friday.

Farmer, 20-year-old Glendale BACK ON GOLD STANDARDST. tlon Sunday. on account of the death of her lit Mr. and Mrs. O. L Kersey and
:'youth, is under sentence of life Imprisonment PETERSBURG Florida Mrs. F, M. White returned home tle brother, Jack Reddish 'children visited friends In Lawtey clot tfJatticulatfJe(1fle
y for the murder of HacNeon
after several
Denver fishermen are back on the gold Thursday spending Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand Sunday.
; % M. Fry, formerly weeks with relatives at Gaines
Colo Rarmer was convicted of standard with the capture of the children and Mr. and Mrs. C. Misses Lois and Mary Judd were

first degree murder with a recommendation first golden-scaled tarpon since ville. E. Crawford and baby spent Sun visiting Miss Lola Moore of Hell.
President Roosevelt's Inauguration. Mrs. H. M. McRae and Mrs. T.
to day at Water Oak the guests of brcnn Sunday afternoon.
4 mercy. The fish, weighing fifty N. Norman were visiting Mrl. and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.A. Miss Alice Pattee was visiting

i eight pounds, was caught by Phil Mrs. B. M. McRae In Pine Level J. and Robert Crawford spent I Miss Lois Judd Sunday morning.B. \ I

d'1A 'LOST PLANE PROPELLER Loss of Shearer, local barber. Fishermensay section Saturday the week-end at Water Oak with L. Bryan was visiting O. L. & All the world
FORT transformation Is
Miss Evelyn Crosoy pent Sat Rudolph Chlsm and Charnle Yar- Brown Sunday afternoon.
a propeller while on fc flight from contact with fresh wa r knows Djer-Kiss
believedtp caused by urday night with Miss Ella Mae borough. The heavy rains have damagedthe is
+ Lake Worth to Miami was
have caused an airplane crash ter. Sapp in Gum Branch section. Rudolph Chlam of Water Oak drops in this section a great I / foremost among all

near here recently which killed ACCEPTS APPOINTMENT Othma Norman of Woodlawn spent a few days here this week
David H. Salklnld of Morristown, TALLAHASSEE-G v. Sholtz was visiting his brother-in-law with A. J.,and Robert Crawford. deal.ADVICE Talcums. For the whole

dos N. J., and his mother-in-law Mrs. ,recently accepted appointment to and sister, Mr.afternoon.J. and Mfs.. Jim Her Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reddlnlg : family, after bathing it is
'Ii" Sunday
Walter Drew of Lake Worth.. :the advisory board of a committee soy and baby of Evergreen were visitIng -
I --"-- tentatively known as the "South S. Norman of Woodlawn was her mother, Mrs. Jean Gaskins, MANY RECEIVE IT,--- I indispensable. Use it daily.
visitor to this section
a Monday.
RAIDS.JACKSONVILLE eastern Development Board, and family Sunday. THS WISE PROFIT BY IT* )
Mr. Willie Green and children .1 1 Softer finer absolutely
+, Agents of which seeks to further trade possibilities i Mrs. Sam Grlffls and childrenof pure-it
:of Hellbronn spent Monday here
I the Federal Internal Revenue Department !hk the Southeastern States near Raiford spent Sunday herewith protects and absorbs.The
with Mrs. H. H. Thomas. delicate
operating: their first Sholtz made a tentative promiseto her sisters Mrs. Jean Gas- .4_
,1 is week as the alcohol tax unit, attend an organization meetingof Howard visiting Norman Mr. and of Woodlawnwas Mrs. Jim 'kins and Mrs. J,, A. Chesser. 'I j inimitable Djer-Kiss fragrance,of
seized 1,024 gallons of spirits in the board at Sea Island Ga.. In The many friends of Mrs J. L. n I
Hersey Monday afternoon. \ course. White and Rose.
raids stills in Florida June. Gasklns will be Interested to know
on forty-one
Fred Halslop made a business :she will be able to be out
and South Georgia' heaquarters
yif here reported recently. The agents GROUP ARRIVES trip to Jacksonville Monday. again after being confined to her J .Jumbt Size 25*.
arrests.' OCALA-President Roosevelt's Remember services at Corinth bed for several weeks. Sofncdraai' Bill the_ndnr....... 7
h made twenty-four- I committee of engineers studyingthe Church next Saturday night and w..4,,. eomn: /from mOM who...._wintooliRl j / $1 ? Rtgular
4 Sunday.Mrs. John wfeedthecompla.
cost of the proposed cross- Franc Is.the. only European ..., I,
TO BUY FISH W. H. Andrews and little l If hl>burineM 'by 6.... Heh dJuM
JACKSONVILLE Jerome A. I Florida: ship canal arrived hereafter country whose present birth-rate enough/ liuunnc to cover the
? said traversing half the previously daughter, Doris are visiting relatives shows an improvement on the pre- ........
Conner, executive officer, recently I in Jacksonville: '
that the Florida Emergency surveyed route by water and Master'. Harold Crawford was war figure. ., Hrt U Co tw band Coiukhr mmminnc CJier
'land. Light rains hampered their *NquI1IIder1HAROLD I
Relief Administration will buy .
visiting at''the home of Mr. and Mobeetle, Text, "mother city of i '
g 20,000 pounds of salt fish weekly observations somewhat as they WALLINSURANCE
Mrs. Connor aft C.
Raleigh Sunday
the Panhandle,, ,,has had three different
automobile '
of by through a
from Key West for a period at ernoon. w TALCUM POWDER

fir ,least four weeks. The flab ha lake-dotted country after leaving Miss Alice' Edwards of Gum three names different and has sites.been .locatedon ....hi. Dfa said will be distributed to relief Palatka. Branch spent the week-end with STARKE. FLORIDA .Y Ve_. n... SI.. . 25'

r clients In;other parts of the state. I her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. .

DISAPPEARANCE I Gov. Dave Mrs. J. M. Hersey was visitingMrs. .
K ''TAMPA-Testimony was given Shops last week urged the people W, T. Crosby Sunday after
last week In the trial of the 9100- of Florida to join in the nation

I 000 damage suits Against two insurance wide observance of Flag Day June noon.Misses Helen and Dorothy Norman .

; companies growing out of 14, by displaying the nag on that of Gum Branch spent Monday
1 the 'disappearance of Albert H. dya. not only upon all public buildings night with their grandparents,
Zimmerman; Clearwater business and schools, but also In the Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. Legal Blanks
k man In August, 1927, which pur- homes. It will be the 157th anniversary ,
ported to show that he had disappeared of the adoption of the

for a brief period. once/ before Stars and Stripes as the national
emblem of the United States. Gum Branch

"I -. I I
Elisabeth Osn

TALLAHASSEE ...- The state LAKE CITY Two school V We Carry the in Stock
4, cabinet has ordered all gasoline. chums, of Fort Myers, playing Following :
-y; :used In carrying on Federal emergency "hookey" from school and hitchhiking Miss Evelyn Crosby of Rising

t relief projects exempted to Georgia were separated spent the week-end with Miss Ella
rm from state taxes. The exemption W.dnellday-one dead, the otheron Ma. Sapp of this section.Mr. .
,, 'applies only ,when the gasoline la his way back home. Injuries and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and Warranty ,Deeds

l actually used on FERA projects received In a collision of two sons, Jimmie and Carl, ware 'theguests :
f and not In private automobiles'of trucks, one on which they were of Mr. and Mrs. T. N Nor .
: administrative employees or executives. riding, were fatal to Parker Bar- man Sunday.Mr. r. Bills of Sale I

'/ The Federal administration wick, 16, one of the youths. His and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and I
will consider this tax exemption as comrade Bill Alderman, 17. remained children, were the guests of Mr.
f : part of of Florida's contribution to at the hospital until the and Mrs. R. Conner Sunday.Mr 7 Short Form Chattel Mortgages: :

3 relief costs. end, then turned back' toward and Mrs. Tate Alvares and ,

"MIRACULOUS home. i children spent Saturday night with : '\
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Edwards. I
Deeds '
ARCADIA Trying a homemade : Mortgage
mixture for waterproofinghis BUS DRIVERS MUST BE XI Mr. and Mrs. H. H.. Keene and : ,
almost TALLAHASSEE 'National family were visiting friends andrelativ.s.
gospel tent
Safety Conference has adopted -as .at Glen. St. Mays Sunday
nitrous r the Rev R. J. Rogers. for
1 Agreements Deed .
of its code and home .
part a regulation that were accompanied ,
I After heating nine quarts of'gaso .
no person under twenty-one year. by their daughter, Gladys, who ..
line the kitchen stove
on .
T Rogersstarted of age can drive a school bus. Con has been spending'some time .-; : .. ;' ,.:..,,:
to the back to
porch complete :
viction for crime also bars there. : :Turpentine Leases. :. :" fw
anyone : : 't
the formula by adding para. \'f : ,
fin. 'The bucket of hot gasoline from driving such a bus. The Mr. and Mrs. P..D. Reddish and ::, ::.
Florida delegation headed by Asher sons were the guests of Mr. and '.,
exploded in his hands. The min: l'
ister's home was, destroyed by the Frank, succeeded In getting the Mrs. R. Conner Sunday. Land ContractsPlain .
flames but he was not even scorch regulation adopted. Frank la state Mrs. J. D. Reddish and daughters 4 ._
ed. director of safety. The National Mary and }lase!. and son, ... :i*,v, .
He said.his '
Mr ., escape was miraculous. Safety Conference was held in Russell, were the guests ,of Mr. Notes : ,7,.
and Mrs. Enoch .
Washington Miami and St. Petersburg Kelley Sunday.Mr ,
were the only Florida and Mrs. Leroy Normanwere
i'* For Those DeliciousBARBECUES -' cities represented. Frank was appointed the guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. Retain ': '

fe P, a member' the conference N. Norman Sunday.Mr. Title Notes .
: ': ;| drafting committee and Mrs. W. C. demons
--F i .... were visiting In Rising section .
AND A skyscraper In New York City Sunday. \: .

1'' .CHICKEN'SALADSANDWICHES I (Ja to have a "sidewalk" cafe on a Miss Alice Edwards spent Sunday : Also: the Following
above Signs
terrace two stories' the with her sister Mr. Tate Alva :
street. <.rea In Rising section.
r, '
'VJsrrHALL'S Mrs. Retch and dughter4n-law, "'
The United States and Canada Mrs. Carrie Browning, were the '
} pLAc E3; have together more than 13,680 directed guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. U Edwards t. For Rent Signs :

playgrounds in 1,012 cities. Sunday afternoon .
', ,
N/ar 1Ieaher4I'!
.a ,., Qep.t. Mr...'and Mrs. T. N. Norman ; '
eras : Wheat straw cut gr.ea.ls.used 1. ., % i
M, spent Sunday at the State Farm Closing"Signs '
In making leghorn hats.m :: .
N guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frailer .
Shaw and family. .3 ","
8 t I yes
u I There will be prayer meeting at No '{' : '
; I FUNERAL 'DIRECTORS I the home of Mr. and M.... Ike Nor. Trespassing'Sigris" ,Y.

7 l ,w r,JIaQ.Yeah ExBwrtaee. Makea It reeslliii fer V. ..'.seder man Friday night. Everybody ,:'). '.', !." \", '. \ .

t y' COVRTKOOS) '__VICB welcome to attend. }I .,. : ,;: .
it18PTCIENZrAi ., ..... ; .\.
PUCKSDW1TT fAnd Office ,
i .C. JONES COMPANY' Supplies, \" &z' :, I
: '; ,
F 'f., .< -. "- "i <
.. \.1
",' "
I Mr .., A. MM***, C... 'I .'<..+I

..t THIS CROSS TELLS YOU Carbon Papertypewriter ,:' ":\;r' .:I

e Mrs. J. S. Rosier spent the firstof ': ," ,'

It 'M... tl e..,REAL' ARTICLE .last week with her daughter, Ribbons ,
M... Willie Reddish.Mr. .
)II. and Mrs. Pitt Varnes of ,

". Jacksonville spent Sunday with B. Rubber
E. Rosier and mother. Stamps
3NuBG p1 Of Btlgp6r,, r 'I
Mlsa Lorene Rosier of Wood. tt *_ .
1 ASPIRIN ._ lawn was visiting her cousin, K -
+i k.d Louise Rosier. Sunday. I
: : Paul Glover spent several days

w .. .._ ..b bsi MDiriD. Remember this for yells own last week here visiting friends. Bradford
Mr. and
Leslie McClellan
.fort isMOHilior' .; aW! I: ,InrsiT proUetioa. Till you Maocb spent Sunday here with B. E. Rosier County
e" tablet '01 feeJ aspirui of ,about it for their protection.B and motfier.Mrs. Telegraph

Jet .y.er t.llawfae r. I. D..... and. Shipman Sapp and children

ii' ettwped with.. alrossi'M.1'It' G.aaiaat were visiting bar mother Mrs.J. S.
: .ie1 without tfckOKNUINB 'M8.7eVA.pir4a.
i".t. Rosier, Sunday.
,.,;,!I .,B'vw'AsPhia.r, :..... fr ; Mrs. .Hester Sapp la visiting Mr. Phone 29

r het heattsi. -..:l and 101... A. B..Rosier near LawttW .
".... .... .. thro.t.....
\N'. Iheamtlier '.i i reaaNilr' .... : ,
'ot ..
"' "" ....." .. ," i. '" -L CUTteR Rosier spent the week-
iJajHcAiiris M ]"C'.Jn.. .

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= = Tares 7 t'1
fora stay of several weeks with D..I....... 2 e... T R.A Owner .4% (iris '

Hints To HousewivesWeekly BROOKER rtr. Wasdin's parents Mr. and Fraol Blk 3 In New N

Mrs. II. D. Wasdln. River ..___...__2314NWH II II'nkn"n./) ._. __ ... 1.Of 16 h {
1 Mr. and Mrs. David Durban of of 8RM____-_______.27 8 20 40 C. 10. Andrew.. ...... n.00 t, '4 "
from HMD Dee oasba- Miss Vera G.l..r, C.r. IiIW" of 8W14 8WV4 of f fSEt4

FARMERS SECTION TallahaaseeBLACKRF.RRY Jacksonville spent Sunday with ,_ ..1I7 .8 20 DO Unknown. __ .. _. II'8f" ,, '
tlon Specialists, Mrs. Durban's parents Mr. and NWIft or "NR> _--s" _. $ 8 20 40 T. B. 10Awaras--. _____ .. 18.87 ',

Hall Storm lilts Section Mrs.. Chesley Fogg. Her'' sisterMies ., SKi of: 8B or 8WV 4 ._\;__&___________.22. A 20 RO Rumen Hyran.__ -. 11 if } F

Conducted by Demonstration Agents JAM A hall storm hit the Brooker Leecy Fogg accompaniedthem W% of SW14\ _____________.2* a 20 8(1( 1. N. Newell--_____.__ 34.81
Etl 4 of .,_____ ___._ .. "
section home for of several 8R4 3t a ao..o I. N. Newell----------- 1t.1e i'';
Sunday afternoon destroying a stay NWH of NWH\ __ 2Lota 8 20 40 Unknown __._._._____ 8.81 I '
Practically the same method ia some of the ,,crops growinghere days. i I. a, 8 8 of Rlvrr50 a 20 2(10 Unknown ______.._____ 89.T. ,
followed In making jams of all and damaging several other. N14 of Lotn 4, 5, f________SI8KH a 20 120 unknownu-________ 2404 1
\ of 8RH. ._ ____--____83 6 20 40 T. 11. Stophene------- 10.38SO ,
-.. 7 berries. The ripe broken ones givea
W4 of SWH. of SWW 8 of t \ '; a' .# ;' "yvh
fine color and flavor but one- Grocery Store Burns road ......._.______.____35 111.T M. s't'phen.----__ 1619 ro'
Some Legume Crop half of the quantities of the berries The old Morgan store house and 'ZIFF NE'",, of NI'J"4.U 5 30 40 Eugene Bryan..__.,_,..._ 18.89 tj I
RURAL HWH, of HKH__-.--._ Af; 4 80 1o W. K, Hod.,-..__-_..____ 15.89 ,. .
Should Be PlantedIn selected for making jam O. B. Golaon'a' store were both Ktt: of $f Et'.__________,:::810 a0 80 Robe Matthews.____.. 80." {

COMMON SENSE should be slightly under-ripe; this completley destroyed by fire last MUi Lela Ma l...... (... NWV. ex 111 A In IIW CorU 5 20 ISO Ruven. Br.n.*...___.... 4309II 1u' 6 ,i4

j 8EK of 0 20 40 Unknown... _...._____ '
Every Acre Corn is necessary to give the jelly-like Thursday nlght-between 12:00: and WV of 8WH Ffr'U; : ,, II.QQ 'i

SPUDS JOHNSON consistency to the finished prod 2:00: o'clock. "A few other bulld- at Little 8WJ ex I A for church. 20 1111' Unknown __.___....____ .14 .; J' V

L__By GAINESVILLE: =With the agricultural uct. More pectin usually is present Infcs caught but the fire was Services Rock Church were lad conducted Saturday and- All K>* k'BWy_._________-_ I 1 tT 80 80 tl40 4NO Unknown Unknown ________.____- 12044T' ,, 1l, t r

adjustment and In rare-ripe fruit. Cooking in quickly extinguished. NWH, of N\Vjy------------\ 3 1 30 40 W. K. Hn4g..:::.:_.: lintIS
PASTURE program L. D.
SSES AND Sunday by the pastor, NI'J"af NRW' .___________ 4 '
80 ,
ra small quantities will also help to i 40 n. J. 0. Green, Jr.._.__ .** ; ,
ASSUMING IMPORTANOBt acreage reduction on every hand Johns of Graham, and Eld. W. M. NWV4 of 81BH-----.---____ t II 8W( fo Unknown .....___-_____ 811 r U
< IJVESTOCK WORLD it Is more Important tha never that retain the color and flavor. A Local Moody of LaCrosse and Eld Bolax Lot 11 .x 2 A In SHI Cor a
more delicate flavor will be retained Ming Hasen of Gainesville NH of Lot 12.__.__.__ 3 1 20
some legume be planted In every I Margaret of Plant City. 2 A In SK Cor of Lot 'II A IIS L. A. Brown.__--_..___ 4471 F I lp "

everywhere but not acre of corn In Florida aays J. by allowing three-quarters Is spending this week here as Mrs. H. H. Howard. and little son 1-1 A In SW Car of Lot t

I. Grass, grass for the cows-when the Lee Smith, agronomist and county I pound of sugar to each pound of the guest of her: cousins, Misses returned home Saturday after NMi 11 o-------------------- 7 7 10 .2 Unknown _....._______ 1,09 t,
a sprig leader' In North Florida for I berries than by using an equal Madeline and Grace Hazen. f 1
is busy plowing grass and agent spending the week In Jacksonville .NKH Ale<> that portion ,
farmer it seems to him that the Agricultural Extension Serv proportion by weight of each. It Mr. and Mrs. R. M. datney and with her sister Mrs. Earmle Mill of "KB' of NWVi\ M of i t
boeing grass Is Important to cook down the public roml-abuut a A._ 8 7 30 123 Unknown __.._ ___ 48151B
ice. --
I the variety which grows in the 1 daughter. Eloise and E. A. Gainey She was accompanied home by her NE"' of NW\4\ 4 WIy of ,

of cultivated crops la much Legumes ne slated, rurmsn a'' fruit before adding the sugar. pent Sunday In Jacksonville.Mrs. nephew. Clarence Mills who la visiting NW"%, a$104ofN'Wv,
fields should In I "uut a of ti
Jam be cooked rapidly arr. 10J
more virile than that which Is sup- home for friendly bacteria that en. O. E. Klrshmer of Lake relatives here. pnbilo road! I/ NF."t' tty w4'', S}
posed to grow in the pasture., But trap nitrogen and add vegetable a porcelain-lined or heavy aluminum land Is spending some time here as Miss Thernle Mann of Brookerwas MW\4\ ex I A In 8ti1lor__ A 7 80 A. n. Shaw.' ._-____--___ SflRd a t''

| too many cases that la becauseItte matter to the soil as wen as furnish vessel after sugar la added the guest of her sister Mrs. A. J.Pinholater. visiting her cousin Miss Elvle One NW\4\ .ura of SWV4------------In' IIIC Cur 01 I 7 ao 40 U A. Brown..,....._____ n.1' h

old worn-out hillside or the old feed of commercial value. and stirred slowly. Do not stir Mann Saturday, and Sunday. NIC\4 "f JoIW'4__________ I 7 10 1 Unknown.-----, __ 4." s>'
too rapidly or beat the mixture as ('0111It NE Cur of /t'Y1i/! g ..a.anratV44BrunWl10ft
I field forest has been converted Into Peanuts, cowpeas velvet beans Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Howard and Miss Audrey Polk of Brooker ,1 n a '

I "pasture" ,and all land worth beggar weed, soybeans and crota-I this might cause air bubbles in the children and Miss Inus Prescottwere and Miss Marele Howard were via.ttlng 1'1130' fl. E SlO ft. N 830 i t

[cultivating a has been put into field larla are the principal ones being i finished product. A thermometer attending to business in Miss Inea Preacott Sunday. ft to b.rr-a A------- I 7 .0 S H. A. Btnwf--------__ 4,CO t Qu
Is useful in making jams; cook to Lola. 8. f of Dlk 3 Ward "
Starke Lewis Miss
crops used. Local conditions and use' testas Monday. L. O. and Johnnie ('Ity _.__ _.._.n____ 5 7 10 JI. B. C'ro.b---u r .I
222 degrees F. Give the same Miss Eunice Conerly of WauchulaIs Miss Hazel Thomas Lots 510, 1848.
I learning, however that will determine th eone that ia best Elvie Mann H. 11 o111 7,

we are grown ,on fairly good .land suited to a given farm. for jelly: cool a small quantityIn spending a few days here as Miss Thernle Mann Mist/ Lula I Lnt.Ward. I I. I.Clty S. f.___6__01___Blk. ___I.__ B 7 .0 R. T.O"hll.n.__________ 1848. G I 1
and when It flakes off
lean be made to pay dividends In Mr. Smith states that he knows a spoon the guest of her brotherinlawand Mae Lewis were visiting Sir. and Ward Clty-------------- e 7 .0 1\1.\ .. J. J. Morgan.Mrs. .______ 825
the side of the spoon Instead of slater Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham Sunday Lot" a. 4. e. 41 1, 8 .t HIjelo e'
and meat and It doesn't keep of no better way to winter the Lloyd
__ ..
milk Ward _
coming off in drops it la finished Llly-: R 7 10 A. H. Molt------ 8,81 .
I us working all the time either fourteen head of cattle on the average and should be ,removed from the Barry.H. Lot t1 of l1I1c 11 Ward, r'Ity. 8 7 Iq M.\ P.: MiUheny._._______ 124 L,,
Good feed cheap has been the de- North Florida farm than a P. Gatney was attending to Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and children 1.tA 8. I ot lIIk U. Ward

this demand Is met by field of velvet beans and corn.. The fire Immediately. Jams are thicker business in Starke Monday. of Graham spent last weekend city o------------------ II 1 10 W. W. Ward._________ 283
nand and when cold than when hot and lot 10 1 7 ao Unknown ____..___.___ 124
When we tell the cows togo beans win stay In the field well Rev. G. E. McGauley held regular here with her parents Mr. and Lots I, 6 of Dlk 18 Ward .

I gfll8s. we are giving them without rotting and make splendidlate care should be taken not to cook church serviclea:\ here last Sundll.Y. Mrs. J. B. Thomas. C'lIy -_.___ ._ ____nO ____ II T 20 M. P. Mathony---. _.,.._ 283 ,

to advice grass". provided the grass is hog fattening feed. As for them too long. Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham Lot I.:,:,.1 [f J.II:, 1aMkCW,:- 8 7 10) Mra, Laura. K. Uuxter.LO8 ty

I good and nutritious. soybeans they may be cut for hay By processing Jams In pints or S spent last week-end here with her Ward, t'Ity _"__'___"' __._ 8 T 10 -t. P. Clttlney.________. 2377 tl
luxuriant small jars in the hot water bath parentMr.. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis Lot a of Hlk lR.J Ward ('lty. 8 7 ao J{. T O.t"en....._._.._ 674 h
I Farmers are learning the valuesof garwecd should be grown for soil 1 8 t Il, 13 of '
and it is becoming a maIjor in which case crotalarla or beg- for ten to twenty minutes at 180 GRAHAM Wesley and J. W Dyal of Gra t.'i Ia Ward Clty-._u___ I 7 '10 M. (I. liarrell.---_______ 461,

grass and Is being given lands improvement.One degrees F., the flavor and the color ham were visiting their brother tot a of Blk 1SVard 'lty. 8 7 .0 H.H. IlrownII. .____.-_____ 8.10''' S1 x
crop Lots 1. 8. p. 10. 11 c.t talk .
when ,
I suitable to its growth-low, flat ton of cowpeaa will add nitrogen are better preserved than :Urlll. L. O. Smith Correspondent T. D. Dyal last Sunday. I 21. WH"IIClty_.-. ..' -aN1V 1 T .0 P. I,.wln.' ...___... 9.40
hold moisture and equivalent to 244 pounds of processed at boiling temperaturesor Services were held at Deadon st4. nf NWI" lit NWYj t3
lands which seal be % of Wt4 .x e A S ;
Itliua help the grass to flourish. nitrate of soda! velvet beans 290 over. A perfect may Church Saturday and Sunday by of fly -_.._______________ 8 7 19 58 N O. 8lok' .>ii._...__..____ till, lit
I lands be unsuited to pounds beggarweed 178 pounds secured by tightening the cap Immediately Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and the pastor. Rev. G. E. McCauley MW\4\ of SE'4-' 8 7 .0 40 Mrs J. ft. Groover.11.76 //i
Such may at the end of the proc children of Windermere were visiting of Brooker. NEIL or NF4' a ( of
to 322 ex- NWj
and crotaJarla pounds,
field crops but ideally adapted NII4'a NICI' 'of 4 .
I suited but easing period. Mrs. Reynolds' parents, Mr. NE'' of HWI4. __.__ 8 7 .0 100
Other' lands plained. Unknown,..,...____ 40.91
pasture. of ?
: of and Mrs E. Strickland; Sunday. The projected Golden .Gate NI" or, NE'4 iii
I needed for the production Wt4 VVNEW4Ua4of
not HW\4\ 4 ot $ \ k.
TYPO ERROR AIDS PASTORST. DISCOVERY .ANNOUNCED Mrs. Tom. Mllla and family of bridge la to be 6,430, feet long Including .JI" .
to thebettergr8.8MIII. BIO 4 Nbap! of ,
being grown 1E
I field crops.are. PETERSBURG-It was a CANAL POINT-U. S. Department Tampa arrived Saturday for a visit the approaches the total ... __. .. __....0 'I .0 120 Unknown __..._,.._..,.. 84 IS
capacity congregation that greeted of Agriculture experts recently of several days with friends. length will be seven miles. The I !:Ss \1E"W of IVW%\ '" ?
I The agricultural, adjustment ac- NWI ot NW'/4 s, II! Yy4otst
Itlvitles conducted throughout the the gaze of the Rev. dr. James announced they had succeeded Rev. C. C. Butler of New River new bridge will handle a maximum -I q._. .. u___ _.13 7 10 480 Unknown ._._;.._..____. OS.39NWH ,
Af; McClure 'of the First Presbyterian In crossing sugarcane witha filled his regular appointment at of 260,000 automobiles every 10% of NE' 44 8WNRVi U of )

Ion country have In focused practically new interest all of Church. The minister noted sweet sorghum here at the sugar the'' Christian Church Sunday twenty;four hours If plans suc- *. NWaf NW A. Mlley

grasses. that many men were present in plant field station In an effort to morning and evening ceed.. of BWVi\ NWH\ of of

I the contracts signed by' farmers the unusually large gathering. In obtain sugarcane of earlier matu.rlty .- Mrs. Janle Hicks and Miss Annie A -' HK: I with the Secretary of Agriculture.I and low laimpurities. W'4 of NK14: of BIBH- .....14BRt 7 10 10 Mr*, l...Hu J. Hough___ .il.41.
seeking an explanation later it yet high In sugar Cox of Melrose were visiting Some scientists have placed the of N10t4.s' I A N of LNr

uses permitted of ,rented lands include was learned that a local l newspaper :This Is the first time their sister Mrs. Aleene Call lastweek. ultimate speed limit of planes at : ..,... _.__. ___...It 7 SO 28 W, Holllntaworttu.__._ '81,13ffl /,

the growing of food and :had BnbsUtoted: a ."K" for h that this particular cross has been 600 miles an hour and this speed Wlft of NBK NKH\ of lrj,
feed needed on the farm and I NW.y. .It Eli of 15Et4.Ib 7 10 100 Unknown _...._____ 40,0'
I crops "w" in publishing his sermon there, made they said, and It la considered Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts of for only straightaway flying. I HH of NWl, of 8Bi4.l]' ,f 10 10 Unknown .?-?._.-_____ 1,81
the sowing\ of permanent pastures. it read "The Secret of a notable scientific! achieve Starke attended church services HUH] "f HWH\ ex 8 10 A '
J Pasture grasses are among the making seedlings A 8WU of /SBH, ________.It 7 80 70 J. W. Padselt..____,.. IT.48
Poker" instead of "The :Secret >of ment. The -crossed plants. here Sunday. One degree of latitude varies in I 8"or"- HWH of, NHH' A
Ibert of livestock feeds because will not mature until 1 H\"- of MIO'4 ot NWH'' ...
Power now Misses Mattle and Carrie Belle length from ".1 to 69 4 miles, according
vitamins S A W of Brain. ANBH
I rich In proteins
they are fan. 'They then will be analysedfor Norman of Vanderbilt were visiting to the distance from, the "t BWH A NWH
land minerals, and they: are .eaaUy When aubetituttng .cocoa for sugar content to see if they Miss Era! Smith Sunday. equator.A of "HBH' less 2 A for / r

land fully digested' chocolate in a cake recipe butter have any commercial value. An Mrs Florrie McKinney of Deaden C.metry--15 7 SO tao ii. H. siok..,.___, .... CO.70; la

I Florida cattlemen are ,obtaining be added to take the place may
earlymaturing Sampson City attended ebul'CservlO8. high school education has been of SEt4.x N 11 A'Aex A+ th
I Improved livestock. They certainly the fat In the chocolate: To make the experts said, because of the here Sunday. made to I 508A-lieAS! '* w 4 .
.... ...,, '' .... V- .'
need and cheap feeds" chocolate 8WU of HKH /8% "< .r"
improved of lot
the one ounce *
equivalent relatively short growing} season. ..Mrand JUT: *. J, A. Wasdln of most of the department stores '.r fIIW'4.U: f "'SO ,
I State Experiment I! -" B476f! 4fl. J.H. K.lly_,..,..,....... .18.SO
Teats the
by use three tablespoonfuls; cocoa cane :4ri the :United State.. Patterson, Qa.. arrived Saturday in Tokyo.NOTICE Vnf at a pt 48 ft W of .. \l''' 0
I Station and trials by farmers have and one-half tablespoonful butter. NB!! Cor of WU of NHV4 ,_. 1
I shown that Improved pastures are Every baby elephant is covered A run W on 'Boo llnw ...!...... ,....i X11
Important of 244 1-3 ft, thence H 14 t'' .r.; .v. .V4V .
possible and profitable. With better Hums of an center with soft hair resemblingdown, mile to H line of aaMNBH '! ___

lt animals and :better .pastures, the great Mayan civilization have! at birth. I : thenr. E 344 1-3 ''.i 1

I I to the make cattle industry: advancement should continue In been discovered region in of hitherto'southeastern unexplored Louisiana' grows nearly half of thereof Notice ae will I 111I hereby lie neueexary given that to pay the following the amount dem-rlbi-d/doe for land taxee. or herein A" much act NWH h.-14 ft, thence of NW 4-8 N.acre leu Mi *mil*.__AN'__to__17 7 20 IS B. U Cro.by,..,.,.'..._--_ 'I.Of

I Florida. .rapid Campeche Mexico. .' the American rice crop. will oppoHlte he sold to at the public same,auction together on the with led anal day of such of July mil and 1934.advertising at Mtark.. ,, NWt'ofYE11 of It-)'.__ A...NH-__elt....11 7 80 ,84M. P. M..lh.ny.....,.____ 'i.DS, r

---- the County of Bradford. MWH NotIn'. .... _____17. 7. 10 tao Unknown. ,,!,__...---, ...at. '

JUNE 15th I>i'''..ii1pti.. S>.. T R A 0...... R Tae.C.slr .10A Lot WofItyInNu, nf .'
OFFER EXPIRES 1 A all N'_ of Lota ;
THIS 8'/4 of BWVi and SV4! of 2, 8.._.._. ._,___.______.11 .7 20 PO tlradford County Bunk., 88.3ft. 4
_. Lot I-----------------1s.! .10!!!! 52 V' f. .."'**____ _..___ 8083
: -lA -
SRI4 ? II II' 1M rnknown _k_.__..____.. SI.90 NK'l: of NEt .... .. ...20710 40 -
of NF4. 8 Rlvar.28 Vnkn..wn-d It.80 el
All Hi of *
1 SI) Unknown _r,..___-- 438 ttW'4 ntNW' r
All BEVi of NIC''., 8 of Newfiver .of4NNttyktCW> y

s.1 "]'allfl and J''oflll1..of NV4 !nf.(. (BKVt. tt! A MICH, N <>t Ttlver.___..31 7 SO iSO Unknown .____.____... 34,4.. .'

Santa Fa nhrer." _.-,.,_._33 ( 1( 140 Unknown .____.__ 24.7 NE"ofNEUrx101/A4 -
All Hi;) of NKH A 814\ ..* HM'i of NKii: A NW'of -* '
NWft, 8 of River AWi4 NISH! A NKH: of NW'A..21 7 SO 140 J. II. Kelly.....,---,-__ b6.9q
JoIW% 4 of BE14!: NKH,,f NBJH\ .. I A In NM t,
NE'4 01 SEt4--________U I I* au Unknown, ....___..._____ 52.17NT.I4 'or for m hoot .. .__.22 7 SO 89 Unknown. .._._,.,_____:._. It 8fr
all'NWU S at River NWH of NK'/i>: 4k 8WH- J a
A MM y of HB14 A NT .. ----------------$2: 1 .0 NO Unknown/ -"." ,-?. 16.4)1)
of HWtf A NMi of NWH}: h 5E4'. of NW/4-} ..:....:..-13. ,710 40 tin known. .v._". _:I.?._..._ 6.a.

of BVfti! --_--_ ._ .35 41 n 340 1'nknown _________ .? .K.f. EtlltVf "'W'IL" NBV. of I' ,
of BWH: --- 3(1( a 1. .10 W./ H. A M. B. Jaea?... 30,31Ntt' !\ "A .HWl.! of HW'413 7 80 1811 Unknown.-, .,...._<,- 3}.20>' ,
SW\4' of 1205: : )'.. '
% A SW'4.84 r Unknown .?_.. .... 89.78 .
8 Ml 8WUA\ 9U Of HKVi-_ I T 1* 180 Unknown .-_-_.?__.... 82.00 WIofNF4 I S'arNMH4': ?.. ._13 7 80 to p. r.. ...re..ottdU.I*
: :< ofNU ,
N'' of NKH ofNW'4 >> 4 t
AR'4' *. Nor Clf NKS:: of ..' '

i / of* MK'A HKV4SWtt ;:;' of.- NKV4.._aNIC4 ". 2 7 It :240 W, I4 M. S. >lay.a.___ 80.OSBW "WI.. _.. .t.f_ .__.. __a. 7 20 100 Unknown ...,.-__.._.__ heel'", ;1
9 of OT3U A RWVJ ofAWv4 13.11. 20 chn
a A K'4' of 8W\4\ .aNW'44 of HBO It A run W nil '
of BE-14...____. 2 7 II 20* fnkJlown _________..__ 40,an .y.N, H 111 I II y<1.. W 4Xftiln. k
s of SF' %.______ ___ 2 7 1* YO i) O.neB.Hsrretl.-, y N 118 1 1-. ycU to ,
KdwardV.IH. .L*.. -10 A. -... . .7_ 20 10 Bank of fllnrke_____._ 4.72
Show actual profit on next NKVi' of NISU!: .-_-____ a 7 19 40 J. V, _______ 11.39 k
an .
NWI4 of HWli A HE<4 of ro

Your home news- 8E tlE'4}% of8'A __NE"_ ... ._a_.._E"___of_ I 7 1* 110 C. Bdward_________" 44.78 Nw!: ). .:_;________. .._._..,-2' 7 20 |tTnknown/ .... .L.. _.__. 11." 1,
year's reading ... of NW>4 E84,. 01 \ A KVf of IIWa..2I! 7. SO 340 ,.T, O. Dyal._,.___..-__ 7t.08t
lift of 3W'4B'4 ,. ,____. ._ ...___ I 'I 1144 Unknown .,'._..__.-----? 8230 N of NKH.: 'I..". I''n' >74 _'1' uyai------J t l0./9
choice magazines 7 SO t. ....
paper and the pick of this of NW.4 <% NI':'" of NINuE: rN'n4r ofurcNW 'x'24 VV r,
HW'4 *, HWK of ME,10\ 7 11 188 Unknown i._____________ 3ZS! ( A \ ..All for the amazing/low price' given fcelow.GROUPI WH' of NWU. of NE'411 'I II .0 Uen.va Karrell.______ 8.31 B":".* ot.8l3H' > '.
NI4!: o' NJII'4 <%: Ei4 of . .AA ItT2? John Orlffls..___..4....;... '43."
IU4l.! ._t1 7 If 10 Mrs But lI.rr.U..__ 1434 NKrt SEH'of'BWH.Iir"All .. .34 .
I N'rlt 5Of47W/ .. 11'91,,* ... "- !! 4.. Mrs, lleiter 8.. .P.'....,.,_ 114). J
) K<& of NWH of NWHH -
WtSf4 9% at In;:" a
u4. of IlJo]( ___._-___11 7 11 240 Unknown .._..._",____ ..W of Public r/lad- 4 w'\ '
II IIalecf NE'4 of NEt.1. 'I I' 4410 J. .U M tth. .....,_______. .f.ylt. in A A MH of NKH of a'. ,
N'"" of !IE'4! N of 1t1"U 7 .1 40 Unknown *..<_""_.____ ..,. /NWH A I A In MH Corof 21 .
t6 b .
NWH of NWH 31 T t. Monk ,... ._.. 1171
Nt4 ot NW'4 AI: 5104: ed. of NWi1.,96. 6 21 10 Iurau. Norman. V '
/ of NKH .., .
NHH f 4i
'I Unknown. _.... ... .. .
NWIQ a, NEof 1JI t4--t4 1110 X_ ___ 8280 of BKH: ex in A on ,> p
.___ .______.35 6 f0' f. It t John.. : __.__ Ltl0Nu14 s.Yo4\ .
IIE'4 of NW > .JiX / N aideN.5'4 'JlE'' of9Wt4.! .11 6 SI 7b.Dr.w Iteddlsb._,........8037
__ .
ofliesamoad Ala o r/ed : of NE'4- __ 1 I. /0 Unknown.-.4 .a. 0,00 /It "F:' :.?.7-----... I! 4//J) *__... --_... IS.40S3
1H A In NW Cor of BH .* ] of..W .___2* 6' 4l r11r.TXr. i'
: ; < y'41wt ... ;;
HW>4 of SW" N' nf road 111\\\ of NWVWH, 01 .... .J1II" ..; .. at ,.J; ; '
.EIECT THREEMAGAZINE 4\\ and W of road 1._.___ 1 4 39.; .1 P. W. K.IUy.__.__..i.ut itt BWH of NWH. Ainu l' ) 1
SELECT ONEMAGAZINE you GET GROUP 2 W 11 A of NW% of NW' com lit HW Cor of NWi.4 V
A W 7 A of Nt of sw}: B 4 chn p
.__ I 1 0 t 0 Mr.. W. H. Yarborough7.12 of SW'i A run ,
of NW% .
I MAGAZINE FROM i ---- ----- 41 lk., th..nu. /N 40 ,
D letter Hours 6'G.fdses,1 Yr. Yr*.I SKV, of NKH A Jll.of! di>*r.._. B 30 chn, '"' ?l 5.V ,.... J m
GROUP I Itn' % of thvnccW 9 rhn. thence .

o C.lineat.r .----1' Yr. DTfc CtNMtrf H4MM_ 2Yn. NH 1 :A 40f"w In HE Cor( of for BBH acllool'.x '' H*H IDA beg-/1 In IXW,A.(:0:1:1 .V,' I '", .: ""V

3 MAGAZINES: FROMGROUP 0 SovtfMt Aarfc.lrwiit.l Yr.I A 4 A for road _-____ 2 a 20 178 R. f. M.rrltt.-__ lO.01 WH of .W'4.__.___.. St -79. W.: 11:' Whltt.A'. ....:_:__ 8J.79 ,.
D Hollywood Mme Mfll Yr.DMeCsITt -2 (MH' of BW 4 of 112%...._ 2 0 2. 30/ Frank 11t.ln.-. _.. L71 AllNIE'AEofriver" aNEt4'V." .,'
I IOMovl DCappa'a r...... -1 Yr I, All 1Ir 1 lose road -.yub'l/ 10 151 Frank Mtdner_.-.._... 41..' of HKV4.. ..>'.pl about 4 / ':. .
iVbgatJii. _1 Yr. E"01 BBH I!: E of ., ..
0 GeIItfew... .VUflUlM I Yf.l lie road _?___ __.11 10 155/ W. .. ..I'n.',____, 1.... A for HK r4hot. .MRi coma! N ,'. i''". .
Clmie_1 Yr. | ////I /// // )/J/P 1 Yr.l BM of BWH__-_-- .::;__12"" 1 20 80 W. T. TurKM ...._....___.__ 21.6' of t.ry Branch A A. NW:,* of ", ". .
DGooft SlariM. IIW'4'of NWH all \ ICE'. A NBH of IIW'4.1&' 6 21 St3 W. s4. Whltlert.._._.___ n...

drjtMW. (Weekly) .1 Yr. ALL FIVE ONLY 0..How.. Circle -1 Yr.l of NWH I*.*, road a1 of right grad.droad of NWH, of NI 4..s.o'.12 ,0 SIil' '40, J. A.. JfoIU"'lb--V, U..O a

D rktorUI I K M..+...,......I Yr. O He..hoW MI...... .1 I Yr.l w.p _...__ .. .---f..11. t SO f* Prank Stainer.21.61 NW'4' '"NJoJ\o_.._\ ______.....:.111.1 '.20. r>,... R.rfdl"h.I.C" .a tf,1S }r
._ ..
4hflfl 1 Yr. NE54 01 I'IW'4u' __.._12 f 30 40 Mr.' Mary K. Turner. 11.00 111'4: of $2'4 ______.16 I 40 Unknown _._..--__-__ ....
DOpaload(1y11..2YfL0Scr..a ( ) OllwMtedM.ckaai4 .f BWH of NWH of 14S'4 Ie.! 1 ''
U of N
,l3 1 20 80 0 C, Crewe.-- If.ff >
a Me...". H... Uft 1 y,.I AW'4Awi7A A Inchurch 1'1 W Coy for .' I'
: -
took I IDS BH!:
-1 Yr. I DrUfxiUer.fi. _1 Yr.l of WH of BE I4... .....:.-.._.14. 20 87 Frank $t.ln.r._.____. 24.14NPI'i NE\Io.\ *.. N(4_(__of. .-84- __of__ I 1 II 7> N. O. Green._._____...._ )1J./ U. t r,
...ii May _1 Yr.QTm. I of NEt' .. 2 A In HIS 811\01\ of IIW'4 .. WI, oYWt4
S-ccmfd. F .... -1 Yr. C.'r A -Coo.t--'NEH .* 01 .tc....,.-_____-1 110 H. A. Dew_________.__ 18.Sf
C rasioM. 1 Y _l | Yr.| 2 A In :: .. ..If 8 20 7' B. 4. Mabel ..pp._... 21.03 .. 2 2 40 ...___
D Wo .-. V.*.U -1 BElt of SYWt4, } IJnkn"WI\I }?.r....... \1'.40ijOf \ \\
NWH of NBH B1L rNV .;..-.: ::...-___ 2 4 2 "*. \;irnltnown, iZ.,,_._...___.. : t
a lUdlobml. ......,.....-1 Yr. I ICAcck ?/. A BWi .,f 8"415' f 20/ ..1,/4 Unknown ._.____3-____ 19 It NWtp.-_..--.+.. -. 2 r '11 .q' Unknown ,4A.J" 16."
a.i I M...... Mo 00 NH oOJBH orflWH_ f 3* 10 Unknown __......._..__ '.OOf NE'4 .. 1.0. .. "- tp
f II. ..,.. f AM 00 NH ol NWi of KW54. ." 20 < 28 J. W ..Townsend..0s .... .. ...._ _... __ 4 ItItO'f.. C. Roalery .._________ /*.15
BBH of 1It.l.- f 30 '' 40 Unknown .______ 'ov :"_ of NK" A NWW ofNWH 41" ) V.,.
All Lots 1113 S of Nsw' A NWH of "VEHt, :: ,, V
IF YOU rEFEft YOU MAY CHOOSK ALL 4 MACAZIMtCT AtOM GROUP I Rivet ,,__._-._.._i I' / 20 IfO Ray. Saw. '" Mill Co-... 21.40 A. M';' of SW, A. MU'iNK ,
All B'4. Sot KU.rHEH of 1111\4:\ -_ _.....-....1' 1 U 240 Unknown.i ...4.4SO ... 44 IS
n.- .t,, '" ...JII ......4 h.... of I/BH" ._--___. ..- Z.SO f 20 380, Bay. Saw Mill Co...___. 47.38 NH. of NP"L'A sx44!: .f I '. qd
Q.r fi..r.....zg r.r Nd4aa/M A BWV4 of"NEH !NEt\ )!]'. A NKWW >! of NW' '
".... fM Mreg,., : MR of 11'19'' '% Bof lit II "I *. r.
.. 2I"/ Unknown _.._______.. ".21 /N&t4 .
n.i. .1/ lll,. .. ...___..21 2 HW% AI HW'
.TSiUkU f '
woadchd .H.' .it 0....t1IN". ..S c --..... arttM KBH .,f ItWI4_ II f 20 40 T. B. Kdward.____.... 11.00 9' 4 of $557...._._ _. _h I f t1 Unknown; __.-.._______ 'u.n
and. .."/ 14ir2trtfJMf to tfcit _.. pyr.r. 4.rs4t..altraru'i.Iwka.y.h.r.a4// ,..MS44R NH of BWH of BE'4U! f 30 2 0 Hitnnab Wllllam.4,00 8W"O' NICN'a. CEN: .' .- 1 r'
W. gwasus. ... Wfilfcwtwf Of till SWU of M16'4aeW'4of "''W'y A N yk4| tA I.'l.-!: I, ,8 U' 130 If. J, JtoUln..1" : ,*$.**
2. of -
waWzM..w4scripdea.. sad ,.. ke4. ...- NH' of MFH _. .73 f 20 Uo Far..r.. Dealer Bank4.54 "Ydit.4" "''I!: ,_ '" :. "_ 1 2 11 280 Unknown. .y.l._.;-r... 47"
tkin. o' NWH .. i A'ls "WliIt NWH NWH (if .
POSitjye.nca..- ....., Isewali yeae/Nil I .T.eR'o.a I.6'efflr '-, BH N K Cor for church..___n f 20 St B, t. it J. ..,;. Kelley_._. 11 39SO IIW' ."""'...... ,"!tr" 7 11 .10 Unknown: ., ...,................ ''31.US' g,
.Il .zatty .. npt..at.d. NWH, of NBH 'N M'ofNWH All ZJT_.......ul *._ I 1 EI 140 Unknown' 19L1e'
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... S f of "14 I _4 6 29 I ""t' Uak.... ..,....?_ ll." ((:......... se .... .) + 'fir

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Daintiness, Which Often Attracts More Than '" calls A. for driverless Miss Dorothy two-horse Quell team a MAYAOIcRq At FHIMAMV meeting ten J.tt r..F.RK"; "I'IO ar rOfDl ..

school teacher at Lone Star school ne.A thedDoardhv'"D: 01

: i3ocicty-'J Beauty, Within The Reach of Every WomanNew I clauses.Osbkoah Neb., each day. after ty lowlnw County Commlmdoiiern" Klnrlda ppolnteil of \,:1:Mr. t"ro.1).

the "Second, PrlmarIn"p"c", tm
Vogue is for Matching I A death ray machine has been held on June 2eth A. D, tit":\ b,
installed at the French penal colony Precinct No. I.awt.u.
Fragrance Perfume Henroe.'t'lerk 'j -- "
.. ----,.,. of : 0. pair.
r Talcum and SachetBy at Cayenne,,; Guiana to clean upmosquitoes. Norman and J. A. H'.-we. In'''n."' orb

Mrs.\ Beasley] M.\ S. Circles :Met } I F.Pr..ln..t Kickll er. Cler'kNk: tA. Nna.,.,..,;.
IT. D. C. Chapter AfternoonMrs. ELIZABETH CROCKER J IV THE NAME OB1 THIS STATE I. !1aConner' and H"lI1p AI Irewt
r Director I National Beauty litttltuttfET OP FLORIDA. To: R.>.... H. Efldlno -
If Y Weeks J. W. White and sister a resident of the" City of NewYork Precinct Clerki South
The W. T. and Htats of New York and: I.. Orlffla. | J. H. FlelrtkTlt,
}'i .c., was : Amelia Ray were hostesses' tie match-rour-perfume-tal- whose iiHrttonJar address' and doml NewHom; and Don Hoover, [nxpe,j,,,E.
: afternoon to Circle No. 1 cum-and-sachet: habit and ao' clla I III 063: Klversld Drive Apartment tore

t afternoon by Mrs. the Woman's Missionary So< quire a charm that neither time k You CA are hereby ordered to appear FOlflll'Precinct. Clepk No.4., .1. A.Oraham J. IolcKlnn.-' ? H
president, of the of the Methodist Church, !at\ i style can combat! For nOl'I f9 In that certain cause now pending D. Waadll1., and O. W. 1I'al. lhNpet)' ,
her home North In the Circuit Court, tore
r'ar on bas even greater power to Twenty-Sixth
.. White's home. ; Precinct No,
Judicial Circuit of $lorida. In and 6.
Final plans were than beauty, or perhaps la so greata Williams Clerk J. RVvan L
for Bradford < ; B
1 eral cleaning at circle leader Mrs T. J. part of beauty, that to Ignore entitled. Albert N II.'d.fI11{; v: Hone Perry, and W.: H. Jones Jn' p. ?t, J
committee in presided over the business what la to acquire H Kddlnx! wherein the relief ed Precinct Nu d. Thr resen, uorit
*o easy seems
divorce day May Clerk C. THHDon
Johns tor i I. a on the 12th of ; Sullivan, .
'' E. Wilson and Mrs. and Mrs. Thelma wanton folly. The kind,, of cleanliness 1934 ( Decree Pro and Wllll Swlnnell Jn.Sl-S''
';t4 :Arrangements were her duties as secretary. of freshness,. of sweetness, Jon..,... will he entered against you Precinct No. 7, New AlVeiJH01. If?:
.. L. D. Vining was in charge for your failure to appear Rapp. Clerk: F. M. :Merrltt. ?t
a benefit moving that makes overlook ,
a man Irregular IT IH KUHTHEK UKDEKKD: that Thomas and 0. F* Tomlln.on,
evening at the Ritz the program which was on the features and quite forget a thin Order' he published onc earh epectore, In
Davis : of the work of the Wom- ., week for tour conneoutlv week in Precinct No. 8, Brooker_T.
L. A. was dumpy little figure that's the 4rWtd
Plnhnlster &
-At' ; the Bradford County Telegraph anewspaper Clerk: L. R. Gl\ln|
+t' ;, to the annual U. D. Missionary Society In Brazil. daintiness within the reach of every published In Bradford H. Harrell.. and :il. Hough Jnnej.;
'' In Tampa next part on the program were day-dreaming daughter of Eve! : County Florida. tors.
June 5, 1934 O. W. IIINSTOJ.
J. M. Brownlee .Wilbur: A. Scott Mrs W. A. So many of you will succumb to __ t A. ;J THOMAS Board of roimty Camml Chairman, ,?"
3, a :mittee to nominate Jr., and Mrs. O. L.Haynes. to elaborately bottled perfume turn Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford County Floi" ,\, pert

ocal chapter was worshllp service .was con to an Inferior talcum when. 'the f 6-8j5tJ7-6 Bradford County Florida. Attest A. J.:; THOMAS Clerk to Boar(1.

lows: Mrs. O. I... by the president Mrs.W. E. best products are available at such er 9 + -(
George B. Flynn Mrs. J. W. Andrews, ac modest cost. Don't, do It. The result ; 4I -

fP Italia.. At the close by Mra. F. H. Long, i you achieve ,this way aren't t:: y, re'r'tA IOWA BRAND
session the meeting the company with s lovely nearly as potent as when you treat r d's
t: the summer The circle was Invited to yourself to a good French perfume 4
lait until the first the July meeting with Mra. O. and then duplicate It In talcum and D PLAIN OR SELF RISINGFLOUR

October. Haynes. sachet. For then there will be,nothing -

a During the I hostesses' served a sweet to mar the allure of that fragrance _

4 hostess served to the following guests, : ,: rather everything-will In. ;)._ .
JDe ts. ". L,. A. Davis Mrs. Lloyd Per tenslfytlt. And sachet finds Its way i W''

of Atlanta Ga., Mrs. K. K. Into so many odd corner., If you'll : ttta '9N10 6 Lb8. 1Z U>". 21 Lbs. 48 Lb*.
be Ingenious enough to try It. : .. ,we,
& Picture For Mrs. J. W. Andrews F x ". .tW a yt
: The local U. D. ti. D. Vining,' :Mrs. W. A. Bes-. Little' satin sachet ,cushions or 25c 45c 89c $1.69
at O. I... Mrs. sachet on plain bits of cotton can daintiness Is this photograph
rpoaaor a picture Jr.?; Mrs., Haynes A perfect picture of Irresistible
,tre Tuesday Johns Mrs. T. J. Griffin be tucked In among your stockings of Carole Lombard.

5 Tickets will be sold !. W, E. Mirtdloton Mra. F. ]I. or underthlngsi: be sewed on I GRAIN
to Alsd'ehe explained bow of a challenge to romance
clothes ;
t your padded bangers to fragrance
IT. D. C. members and Mrs. W. A. Scott.
keep your undertblngs fragrant; Important it Is never to use perfume ness. Just as coming Into a room
v> proceeds tI16Cbapter.will be A for .. Titus Olson entertained. can be,kept In your hat and glove right on clothing unless you that Is dark and overcrowded and RICE 5 Pounds 22c
.1. ,will be given to the "No. 2 at her home on Went boxes -assuring you fresh fragrance fancy the smell of stale perfume. unalred will make you uneasy and
the lucky ticket MARKER"W. Street. Mrs. A. W. An- every time you dress. And Instead perfume your skin;,the natural -entering a sunny airy, brlght- lth GRANULATED

kam, will be' circle leader, presided over that's only the beginning of dainti warmth of the body spreadsthe color room will cheer you so II
special '
; business session and the .ness. fragrance and there Is the can be with the effect' ;you have SUGAR 5 Pounds'23c
I concerning work In Brazil When I Inquired of Tberese Laval -' suggestion of garden and breezes on others. It Is one of the cl.armi!

discussed! by Miss Olive Ray DJer-KIm beauty. consultant and woods-of everything lovely that are undeflnable-unleus you
talent.RITZ Mrs. A, W. Anderson. _The about the effect of mixing scents In every move you make. Just because yourself are In on the .cret-sc SCOCO Finest Shortening 1-Lb.Ctn. 4-Lb.Ctn. 8-Lb. Ctn.

service, on the subject she explained that It Is for this the perfume talcum and don't bewail youatoo-ebort or too

4? "Building Together, With God." very reason that her concern makes' sachet have'", blended In such..sweet tallness Just get busy and acquire' COMPOUND 8c 32c 59c
I? conducted by Mrs A. Wood. perfume sachet toilet water face harmony. t the sweetness of person which nobody
d M 8TAIIKB, circle will meet the first, Mon powder and lipsticks In'the'lIame There Is something' In the nature can resist.

._ In July with Mrs. A. V. Sauls .. n..-- .. .
Mra. L. D. Green atone home. Baptist Circle Meetings freshments of Ice cream and caketo Miss Frances Hemingway FRESH

BEGINNING the fo"rm r. ** j$ Have Attendance the members present Mrs. Honoree At PartyA I

hostess, assisted! by'her'! sis Good George H. Inmnn was a visitor at
i1 Miss Ruby Lilly, served a de- The circles of the Baptist MIslonary this meeting.PaulkUndertylJ.. delightful affair of last week

"Ever, salad course to the follow Society met Monday after was the party given Thursday .

Mary' Brian /guests: Mrs. W, G. Halle,.Mrs. noon with a good attendance and }] evening at tne home of Mr and 14-OZ. C LARGE o P U L L BI A X
S. Matthews, Mrs A..W. Alder, ,:much Interest was manifested In Mr.; and Mrs.Welter Underhill Mrs. Orle Wiggins in honor of :Mrll.Wlgglnll' LOA DC (FAMILY LOAF OC LOAF iQC 1

1 .. Miss Olive Ray Mrs. W.
s 'Son of the I, ., Mrs. A. Wood Mr./J. F, Circle No. 1 was entertained by eldert announce daughter the marriage/ Hazel to DavidM. that Hemingway date. whose birthday was SILVER: BROOK PRINT or A4P FANCY TUB ..

K Mrs?, A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Mr.. W II, Perkins at her home on Paulk 28, Lake
Saturday May
Summer flowers formed
TOMS Anderson Mrs. A. F, Sauls Call Street where garden flowers Florida. pretty
$, .. Butler,
Mrs Evelyn L. Maddrlx of adorned the living room where the decoration for the living' room
Popeye In Lauderdale. members entertained.. The marriage of Miss Underhill where the guests were entertained. BUTTER Pound 29c
Aed { and Mr. Paulk was performed by Games were enjoyed by the young
"Little Jack 14lynihan The devotional and brief business Judge Wainwright at his home at folks and at a late hour refresh QUAKER MAID, With Tomato Sauce
sosclon was presided over by
% Lake Butler,. with Mr., and Mrs. ments of Ice cream and cake were

Hsu 1'" I" 'Twentieth SUNDAY the here following of Rurlo Wells announce-have Anderson ttte Wr'J.leader Epperson, Invited Mrs' E.and.. C.the Priest Mrs.0.Circle Mrs.. ,A to,, Comer law and D.sister Edwards fef the bride brother-in-., witnessing served.Hiss Hemingway received many Pork &>Beans, .. 6 16-Oz.Cans 25c

fr l..-............. ..... of his marriage: "Mrs. John meet with them in July.. the ceremony.Mrs. lovely birthday gifts from her
SULTANA Rich Smooth PEANUT I-Lb.Jar 2Lb.Jar
w..... oimoly, Mynlhan announces the Paulk who with her par friends.
Also of her daughter Marga Two chapters from the ,book ents have been residents of Starke
a h3EIITY( BOO The Larger Stewardship" was of .+- BUTTER 13c 23c
'I Mary to Mr. Rurlc Albert for several years, In a graduate Seven and a half million acres
| and FOX end by the leader. Bradford High School having
on Sunday the 3rd of June, are devoted to national parks in
?' i\s'fTt'ESDAY\ ) !: ., Jacksonville, Florida... Two visitors- were present at this. graduated with the Cliaa of 1930. California 1 1MEALCRITS
meeting.During. and since that time has taught In
As Wells was born and reared
I Starke and has numbers of : the social hour refreshments the schools of this county. She la :MOTH] ov Appi.iovrioN' FOR MANDY WINNER
n;' *TW.r..r nester H : secretary-treasurer of the Brad rtx i>n--i:
here who : were served by Mrs. Per* NOTICE is HIKEUY GIVEN
? BARGAIN his marrlage.congratulalelhian 1 i ,tins, assisted by her daughter ford County Singing Convention That C. J. Powell hold..r of T..i
Certificate No. 848, 6th day of August -
add with personalityhas
Alas Eunice Parkins to the four- pleasing .
Til IH*l>AY. : > A L> matt has filed Mild "or
fa t .. soap shaker will keep soap teen members present.' made many ,frlends'who will Llfltate In my office and mad ap ,

'"UTTLEFMl' sticking to silver, when it .is Circle No\12 met with Mrs. W. wish: bar much happiness plication, In for accordance tax deed with to Inmtathereon law. 5 .Pounds lOc 5 Pounds lOc

la being washed aft r cleaning.. y 14.. Edwards at her home on Call Mr. Pnulk Is a resident of Wllla- Said certificate described embraces the following ,
coochee, Ga. He and his bride will property eltuated
Street. In the living and dining In Bradford County, Florida tn-wlf
reside In Atlanta, and :Montlcello BttKlnnlnir' : 210 feet Kant ,o1 NoithweHt 8UNNYFIELD
where the seated
= room guests were Ga., for the next year where he Coiner of Northwest Quarterof CORN 7c
.J FLAKES Package
was a beautiful arrangement of Northeaot Quarter and run South
Is employed with,the Curry-Turner Two Hundred Ten feet. East Four
pink and red radiance roses In hascets -
StoifeEriday i Construction,. ,Company Inc., of Hundred. Twenty Feet, North Two OUR OWN BLEND
Clover Farm and bowls. ,
Hundred Ten Feet West Four HIIII-
4 Mrs L, O. Powell l leader,-.corii Bradenton- Florida.Presbyterian .. tired Section Twenty Five Feet Township to beginning Seven In TEA Yz-Lb. Package 19c
ducted the devotional and Ladies To Meet Smith flange> Twenty-two Bant
session' and plans were made for* containing two acre mote, or le..H. ION A BRANDPEACHES -
: SPECIALS 'Saturday The regular meeting of the Ladies The .HNM.iiiiiment of naid property
\ an all-day meeting at KIngsley Auxiliary of the Presbyterian under the said certificate Umiedwax 2 No. 22 Cans 15c
Lake at the next regular circle In the name of Mlles Robinson
Church will be held next Tuesday Unlace said certificate shall be-redeemed -
In the to be IONA BRAND
meeting July place afternoon June 12, at the home of according to law, tax deed
CREAM, Pet or Carnation, TaIL____. 6c decided later. A fifteen minute will Issue thereon on the 7th day TOMATOES 2 No.2'Cans 15c
Mrs. E. M. Davis at 3:30: o'clock. of July, A D. 1034.Dateti .
devoted to .
Small, 3 For _-. _...,,_ ..... ___ -- ...* -00/ lOc period twhlch was the study All members and friends are this 6th day of June A. D.
'course: was ledby .the 1934. DEL MONTE
to be at this'meet-
urged present
A. J. '!
leadlr. Ing. Clerk of Circuit THOMAS(Court ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c
Ji .' RICE. 10l.bs. 41c _SLbs. 21cj, During the social period, de- n .... __ n_ Bradford County, Florida. I
iclous refreshments of .sandwiches I 5-85t7IIP| |__-_ ___ ___n____ ION A BRAND
a 1 'GRITS c--- -'or MEAL _----_ -. 10 Lbs. 23c- cake the hostess and Iced, assisted tea were by her served daughter by-II HIGHLAND I : PEASNUTLEY '2 No. 2 Cans 27c
: Miss Louise Edwards -OVNERVE"
Cor. ,
this M. E. Crews, OLEO Pound lOc
SELF RISING Fourteen member enjoyed f. '
? FLOUR 24 Ibs. 85c 12 Ibs. 45c 6 lbs. 2Sc I I meeting, and Mrs. C. W. Morgan*"| i, I COLD STREAM!

Fort:Mrs.Pierce Pate: Was G-'utt avisitor.ff wad; hosteai; I rre. H.; C. Wimberly and Miss PINK SALMON :Tall Can 12c
'& I Ethel Ricks were visitors to Jacksonville
WESSON OIL..,.._____ ____ _.Pint 19c ,, to Circle No. 3 at her home on Thursday.
Sv.. FRY PAN FREE Cherry Street where quantities'of Mrs. W.. M.-Wimberly of Starke IONA CORN 3 For. 25c

garden flowers decorated the large 'visited relatives'here Thursday. GELATIN DESSERT

4-String BROOM... _.. -y _,_ ..:. ... ......33c. lying room whore the members- Regular services were held at
?' spent a pleasant afternoon.The the Highland Baptist Church Sun- SPARKLE 2 Packages &

'1 ICE CREAM POWDER. .Package 5c meeting devotional waa presided and over business by the day .morning Sunrise with'alarge.services were attendance held- O.. K. SOAP 2 Bars 5c

a leader, Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and then 11 o'clock services.. At

4"?' f Qts. MUSTARD.__ -._ __ _.. 2 Jars 25c charge Miss of Ethel the program Moore,for who the| afternoon had 4:00 baptised: o'clock, and five a-total candidates of six were were !' LUX SOAP 3 Cakes l1e

used a*, her subject
received into the church.
;1 TOILET TISSUE _3 Rolls lOc Youthfulness" I In ,Missionary E. Prescott was a visitor to Mac- LUX FLAKES Package 9c
,I. Fields, and yrOented'a'very: Interesting \ clenny Saturday -

program... Visitors to Lawtey from here
LARD ________- a4-Lb. Package 30c The circle decided to change the Sunday Included Mrs. Ava Crewa, .
hour of meeting from 3:30: o'clockto Misses Eloise and Kathleen Har- ,TO'J'OUI' ears b weals-. GARDEN.FRESH. ,
J ROUND LOIN and T-BONB ever* serve a\ high taaloe,
4:00: o'clock during the summer
Mr. and Mrs L. J.
e STEAK' : : : .. ,__ _.Pound 15c months :Mrs Hayes appointed the dee Norman Ne wonder yon snap at the wife
: __.. ___ Misses Avle and Ona Norman, and bark at the chU p : following church: flower committee Misses Myrtle!! and Vlrgie Griff, Watch putt Ovarwexfcrtmrfis ETABLESOc
:: i FRESH PORKSAUSAGE for the balance of June with Mm.A Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman Cecil nay lead to frkiTilsejMM. .

.: 1'. and WE1NERS__2 Lbs. 25c H. Johns as flower" committee" Hardee Forest and Theodore Nerrooe Headaehe. Men*' FRESH CORN
'. 'l chairman\ : {: Norm+rand.1.F., Griff M bdlcertion and aTfteM e<
,1 Second O. A. > ndreuii ether vnnleaunt cIInutaadoll" FRESH 1*:
.Pound 5c Sundays-Mrs. Mia. E. Prescott and children. RHUBARB Pound
,NECK BONES ____ ...____._ Dr.
try If llea
; Mr. E. L. Biggs. Mrs. J. W. Mrs.. K. C. Wimberly. Miss Ethel Why yon
Edwards and Mrs. R. A. Newsom Ricks and Carson M Griffin visited .BsTsiieosrt MervtaM' Tabletot Fresh Stringless BEANS Pound 5c
Tails 3 Lbs. 25c Just in '
Spare Ribs and Pig Third Sunday-Mrs. George ''B. one a half (Us* efwater
i in Starke Sunday. make: a pleasant' sparfe.B California l 10e
Flynn. Mrs. W. L.<,Wall.and lira. Ernest Cherry of Orange Park T drink 4eUcatfoIly .oothbv Iceberg LETTUCE Head
Fresh Daisy 'CHEESE.__ ___Pound 18c P. EX Canova ,
was a business visitor here Mon to ov..-tax.d .--. Fresh Shelled'PEAS 15c
Fourth Sunday -Mrs. '"J.u./;: day. Dr. Mfle Nerrtate It new Quart

Best Grade BUTTER. Pound 28cI Brownlee. Mrs. A. H. Johns ..and Jc r. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn ..del hi two forms-Liquid aKfferreaceat .. FRESH OKRA l 10e
Mrs. Charley Powell. Mr. and "" *:'Andrew Wilkinson Tablet. Both hew
y: J : Tj The circle was \invited to meet of Lawtey were'visitors here Sun tile same eathtae effect.ILM CARROTS or BEETS Bunch lOe
with, the leader for the July meet- .* yew tine ....*

iCIoverFarm Store Ing. day.Kev.. 'S. E. Godwin of Maxvlllaw : ',' r".R BLUEBERRIES ,Quart l5e
..w During the social period ).[r '
< a visitor here Sunday: -
( George B.. Flynn, favored>tk. members lira Nelson T Gre n. and cMl-: \ f 7.l l C t.<: ,Golden Yellow BANANAS:4 Lbs.15c

I with two sofa; numbers,,, .
.STARKE ''FLORIDA playIng rirtnrand Mlra Beth Wimberly of ( )
i ,
the accompaniment herself. Starke spent Tu e"-'tey i here with OO NERVINE THE GREAT COMPA: >YVMTv
) rl. Gassett served delicious re-, relative. : ,

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_';- .-- -- -- .--- __.. ___ '__ __ on .. .. .. _._ __.___ _.._ _____. __ ____ .

I Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Perryman of council Monday Light and outlined evening Bible study at the Mission to with added pleasure. "The Hid ) :{. l) \' '

Atlanta, Ga., have been house NAT SEZ:: work to be done In this city. Study Hall. The fundamental reasons Treasure and the Pearl. of Great : ft.f ,"i t
ll ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs L A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reddish were / .4t ..I
were ably brought out to the Price," two most Interesting para ;, &r .\\
for the
two weeks.
Bits past Well visiting, relatives at Starke Tues
of another election day' hoi Interest and edification'' of the bleu of the Bible, will be the topic; .:) d", "g;! '',4'
gone down In history and candi day. goodly number! assembled, One next week. If Interested in scrip- I W' ,\:
MU MarlflaPowcU,, spent the dates can go horn' and rest their !.oIl'. and Mrs. O. A. Andreu of reason utter and very; fittingly: lute and its moaning you will be f. ;t" : 'JJl.
first of the, week at 'Jack onvme voice /and start Starke wore visiting here Sunday be :' had .' .
II was effect the; Bib ( hftv ftelped( by attending, and you are %1 :
Local NeVS'CONCERNING Beach where! ana attended the Sig- smoking their afternoon.Mr. '
when' used, In the lives bf men': No invited to participate. The mission ) f
ma Kappa house party. own cigars In. and Mrs Robert Dlnklna of other ''book "or influence' having IH intended to be helpful and if ,J Ii ;\ "

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND stead of giving Jacksonville visited relatives here such wondrous power. The songs an aid In building up the spiritual '".\ : it.: ,:
Miss Beatrice Mosley of the them away. Cigars Sunday.Mrs. with guitar accompaniment\ byb life of the town and community. ? i '
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN State Farm was in Starke Thurs- were kind (t? R. P. Jones, who underwenta Messrs. Austin and Lysle of Law- __ --- ),j

I IRtiPh day visiting tier grandparents, Mr. of scarce' this ?, ? major operation in a Jacksonville ley, wore splendid and the boy.' Madison helped draft the constitution '..1 ;'t\ifo'>\

and Mrs, J. C, Manning.Mr. year, but I still hospital Saturday, Is rapidly next vlalt will be looked forward of Virginia. :I j t\\.1 ; \\
have one that I: recovering.Mr. --, -- Ha'x!![ :I r'I "fl :

Cox Tuesday.) of Raiford was a vlslIBS -(|, was r s.a Minnie visitor Brown here during of Ralforc the I Tampa. and a-e Urn.. guests Jack of Shoemakerof Mr. and haven't thinking yet. rye smoke been that j I I !Tuesday.Mrs.Water. ,and.Oak Mrs were Drew visiting Reddish here of, HOW WOMEN CAN WIN f/1EN/

r here week-end. Mrs. D. C. KInlaw at their homeon ,
South' Church Street. maybe rd better James Godwin of the State'

Aline Fraser spent Tues-I give It away Farm visited relatives here Wed- AND MEN WIN r4
L* Macclenny. Miss Dorothy Turner is spending because If I smoke It I mlght.be I,nesday. .'
y In several weeks with relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bores of sorry I voted fQft tjp fellow. Mrs. James T. Moore of Plant

I ; Brlnson of Hugh Was a I Live Oak. Starke Jacksonville with Mrs.spent Boree's Sunday parents In, I City wan. Visiting( her parents Dr. The Favor of Other Men ,

Aubrey kind and Mrs. G. W. Brown, Friday.! .
|_Itor here Friday. Mrs. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. You knbW it'. of a reliefto left Unless two pints of bile juice .apert'tkna. to Set rld'of" this polton ; !q "
Constantine of The- Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Futch
that destroy chmrm. 1'nvy
be just a plain ordinary business flow daily from liver into your Mrionitl'
ressa where your cun't do It, for th. only, .. out the ,,1'' '
'aIJtor was a visitor here Saturday Sunday for Chicago they r mo
of Brooker was man. I'm'glad I don't have bowels food decays in i
... R Gainey afternoon.A Mrs., George C.: White and little of your your tall "ni; of your bawl and that du..n't, L
attend A Progress.
will Century
Monday. to' depend on an. election to see your bowels. This poisons your tabs away inouvh of the dxiywl poison. ,Z }
here Frances White of Tallahassee are whether I will be allowed to Mrs A, E. Wall of Starke Is whole body. Movements get hard \: won't help it all
good place. to trade-Denmark guests of Mra. White's parents, open conducting a singing school at the and constipated. You ret yellow Only: a fra: How,: of your bile Jules will 1 ''I'IoRmwtlo. :
of Raiford was aLtor'here up my store for the next four yearsor top tM> dun pnlMn In your bowel.l The
It N Norman Furniture Company. Prices rea- Mr., and Mrs. G. W, Alderman. not. The ctraln would Baptist. Church here thin week.A. 'tongue/ yellow skin, pimples, dull ono mild vetaahb m.dlaln. whlrh .<*... t' I IS
Tuesday. sonable. nervous H. was a business eyes: bad breath bail,' taste, gas, fix How of your bila iulot I. Carts i '
Daniel be kind of bad although. I know Harley dullness h"adache. You have become LIttle J.lvor Pill. Net mlnmrl. (ro.rtur'i ila ,,
of Sarasota has would vote for if I visitor to Starke Wednesday. Carter's. Only I fine mild vi.tlilatrut
River aLltor
of New was everybody ma an UKly-looklnir, foulsmelling : 1
3. Sapp __._ ... >. If you would brlnr bcok yourpuaonal
Mrs.; William Sapp and Miss been spending several days here ? m- .1 I
had the following planks in sour-thinking You ,
here Monday. my person. l chirm to win mon, start okinir ;
Helen Prather spent Monday, In with Eugene Matthews at the Mat- platform! u MISSION HAI.L have lost your personal charm. C art.r':. LlUla Liver true.r ,
I of Lake Butler was Gainesville. thews residence on Walnut Street. _..; "Ten Reasons Why I Believe the Everybody wants to run from you. ulrfvtitmi Kern.omothlntr tinUy. tae Just Rt a vood"stores,,M** II
U T. Dyer 1 n. Bible to Be the Inspired Word ofGod' Rut don't take salter mineral rnny irlpn, lua..n teeth or *r.ldrectum.
I visitor here Monday. T. P. Landrum,, Lower I'rlcea and Hotter Mer "' was the subject used by W waters, oils laxative pills, laxative Auk for CtrUr'i Little .,'
,attorney; was a Prof. S. S. Doling and W, :M. Llvvp Pills by imm and .mtwbit >
to chandise. A. Scott aa leader of the Tuesday candies chewing nan and Mk .___ ,I
I Hamilton of Theressa was professional visitor Lake But- Morrow of Jasper, former members ..* you far. 011188 O.M.Co. 1
(Lewis ,. ,
ler Saturday. of the Bradford School Deal fur, One.SutlHfaclloii i
I visitor hare Monday. High A'Square Every t -- ""I ---
I faculty, were visitors here Thursday Guarruitv or Your _- : d
Mrs. L. H. Hill and Mrs. Enoch
J A. B. Shaw of Gainesville was aLltor Money Refunded..
Griffis of Lawtey were visitors
here Wednesday. here Wtuth I'ants That Don't Shrink. '
Monday. Mrs. M) E. Edwards, Misses Ha- Jar Lids IP 7t ,
j Harry Tyson of Dunnellon was zel and Lois Aclklna were in Shoo That Don't Fall Apart TOP4.
F. A. Andrews' and G. W. Andrews
I visitor here Saturday. Gainesville Monday visiting at the Whm They (let.. Wet.
of New River
were visitors- home of Col and Mrs. J. C. Ad- Doz. 25c ,
here Made to Measure Clothes That
I C. R. Whitehead of Lawtey was klna. Fit. i

| visitor here Wednesday.,
Miss MinI Manaasa and Ills* -
Dr. Ludd :M. Spivey, presidentof
I Mrs. Hogan Smith of Sampson Beverly Cady spent' Tuesday In Southern! College and Professor On the above platform I respect- JARS '

lot\ a visitor here Tuesday. Jacksonville.Mrs.! Sauera of Lakeland were guestsof fully ask your patronage for the RubbersDoz.

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Sun- next five ur six years or maybe STARKE. FLORIDA (U.\U'rS
Willie Lee of Pensacoli *"
I of Gainesville longer.
Miss Helen Gray -
day evening.
the this week of Mrs.! Jessie 5c Doz. 85c
guest .
!< a visitor here Saturday, Mae Blakely. (Signed) NAT. Friday ,- Saturday% June 8-9

All kind. attractive\ floor coverings IT PAYS TO BUY .\' '
J Mlss'Loree Kelly of New River
Mrs.; David Moore and two little at Denmark .Furniture Com
Ian! a visitor here Saturday '. SNOWDRIFT Plain or Self RisingFLOUR ,
daughters of Lawtey were visitors pa.n,? STERNJBERG'SStarke.

J Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely was a here Saturday. -
6 Lbs12 Lbs24 Lbs.
Mr., and Mrs.W.. W. Page and
lisltor to Lake City Saturday, : Florida
George B. Flynn of Denmark, son, Billy, of Jacksonville spent

I Dr. H. B. McLendon spent the S. C., spent the week-end in Starke the first of the week' here with ),ir. and Mrs L. A. Davis entertained -

Brat of the week in Marianna. with his family.,. Mrs. Page's parent's Mr. and Mrs. the following guests over 25c 47c 87cPound

W, H. Struth. last week-end Mr. and Mrs. D. M1, _

C. F. Lltchfleld of Brooker was Mrs.-Julia H. Eastman of Lake H. Perryman and daughter, MaryJo

1 business visitor here Monday.Miss Butler was visiting friends here Miss Mary Canova has as' her of Lakeland Ga.'i: Mr. and Mrs. ___: -
Friday afternoon. guests at her home on Walnut Marlon Moore and Miss Catherine '

Agnes Sumners is enjoying Street, Miss Jessie Baldwin of Meuks of Blackshear.; Miss/ Dolores VACUUM CACKIB +

I visit with relatives at Bartow. I Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., and Miss Pensacola and Miss Frances Lin- Perryman of Washington, c SUGAR

'Abble Harley of Lawtey were visitors der of Hartwell, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ferryman. =

Mr. and Mrs. R. H Cox of Rai- here Saturday. of Atlanta. :
lord were visitors> here Saturday. Friends of Mrs. J. L.' Sllcox will ..;; 10 45c M..J'n (,.. ':

Mr. and Mrs.' W. H. Carter and regret to learn of her serious ill- Mr. and Mrs. C. U Stockwelland : ALADPIN'I IA '

[ Mrs. J. H. Carradine of Lawy children of Maxvllla were visitorsin ness at Riverside Hospital, Jack- two daughters,.Mary Lorraineand Pounds COFFEE .. \

was a visitor here Wednesday Starke Saturday. sonville, where she was removed Kathleen and Mrs. A. H. ,

Sunday for treatment. Green spent the week-end in De- T'1-1. 5 Pounds23c Pound ,

Special! prices) on bedroom suite. R. S. Denmark is spending this Land. Mr, and Mr*. tockwell and
t Denmark Furniture Company. I week at Raiford with his. grandfather Helen and Dorothy Ellen Steele daughters visited Mrs. Stock-well's 29cr

!\ ,, G.' W. John / 'of Gainesville have been enjoyinga mother, :Mrs.; W.uD. 'Haynes, and J For _

T. T,. Blackburn of Lawtey was visit here with their uncle and Mrs. Green visited her,brother-in- SUPER SUDS .. _.15c
Mrs.,. Frank Hoffriter of Jack- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp at
ttencllng to business here Satury. law and slater, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 29cVIUIE
this week of Street. ALL IIOUIIM round
sonville is the guest their residence on Cherry ert L. Lockhart. '

Mrs William Dobrow.,, I 5 nan COFFEE AOc ,
Mrs: E. Smith of New York City, \ GRAIN
Stanley of Gainesville was will worthat I SOAP lOc
get your money') Octagon .
visitor Henry Manassa of Fernandina Is en route to her home from a.sev- 23c'' V.hCM
here after- RICE
\ Saturday the Denmark Furniture Compuny. .
oon. the guest this week of his mother,, eral .months' stay In St. Petersburg TUNA FISH 15c

Mrs. Celia I. Manassa. has been the guest, of Mr. 3 No.3 CansTOMATOES 2'For
0. F. Tomlinson of Lake Butler and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman at their
aa a visitor here after- Mrs. 11. C. Baldwin of Gainesville home on Call Street for several Louis Brower, Gillian Sloane, 25c CHIPSO -. 13c SALMONTall 1

eon Saturday was a guest last week of Mr. days. A. H. Young and 'Morris Browerof ,h
and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum. New York wbo'ha'Ve been located JANE flOOD Quart

0. W. Andrew of New River Carr Colley'' of New York City at the Stark* Hotel for the; Salad Dressing 2Se' 9 For. .1 not

as attending to business here Miss Dolly Lamb has been arrived here Monday and Is visiting past month left Sunday'for South I Pint... ___ _. _____. 0 X Y DOL _ lie Ginger Ale 15c
spending several days in Lake City his parents Mr. and Mrs W. Carolina. Louis Brower la buyer
nday.Mr. "' -
with Miss Catharine\ Johnson.: A. Colley. It has been three years for the Manhattan Produce Com- 3J/1 Doz. KLUMKl'S .' fhgn.,
Carr visited his home town pany of New. York and comes to liar '
and Mrs. Herbert '''Hitch Clothes Pins lOc ji' Corn Flakes 15c
pent In Jack- Miss Noreen Hicks returned and his old friends are delightedto Florida each season to buy cucumbers SOAP 5c
Saturday Palmolive
wnvllle.lira. Saturday from a' two weeks' visit see him again. I for theti' dill'pickle, factory.: N'OnTIIFIKLD S For 21'kgs.;

with relatives in JacksonvUle., Flakes 15c '
TALL MILK 17c Bran
Hilda Belle Bence spent Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mrs. William Dr. and Mr.E.-L. Biggs. W A. Bur ,

..Vednesday In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.. C. H. Nasworthyand Dobrow Miss Tibby Hackel' and Bessant, Jr., Mrs. W. A. Besaant, 8 For I'kr'fl Se
SOAP .5c
Mends. Mrs. G. H. Meadle spent Sunday Misses I Miriam and Rosalind Ja- Sr., Mr and Mrs. J. W, Morganand Camay l

with friends in Jacksonville. cobs were In Gainesville Thursday Mrs. Hilda Belle Bence were SALT -. -- -lOc rn--:. Granenut Flks. lOc
One Down Marble I ... With
where they attended abridge those the HomeComing
evening attending
erce Mrs.Is C.enjoying W. Morgan a visit here,of with Fort Paul Knight, accompanied by > party given in honor of Mrs. among celebration at Mlddleburg SYRUP .. __ ..Pt. lOc Eat-h Three Bars PRUNE JUICE' ()t?,25c {y ,

elativea. Marcus Scott of Gainesville, spent Isadore Greenberg. Methodist Church last Sunday.Mrs. '

Wednesday at Jacksonville Beach. Morgan Is a descendant of I FRUIT' ,AND PRODUCE ,
and Milton Brown- and O.
Rev B. M. Montgomery spent Paul Knight Buddlngton George
Townsend and M. RI- Jr.; students at the Universityof I Branning, two of the trustees
W. lee,
e past ten days in Lakeland at- herd J. of Lake Butler were business Florida nave arrived home to elected when the church. was or- BANANAS _____ __ ____'IPoiincf. .t ; lOc ONIONS: ._ __ ._ ,3 Pounds, lOc 1
ending Florida
the of
(Ictbodlats. Mrs.Assembly Montgomery and visitors here Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. spend their summer vacation with ganized. { ,.'I{( CANTALOUPES ___-.._ __ l_ Each JOe LETTUCE _________ _.__ Each 10c- G,

nildren have been in Bowling their respective parents Col.. and LEMONS: __ __ _._ .? Dozen 19c POTATOES; __ _.___ 10 Pound Jj>c) ;

reek visiting relative.I' Jessie Mae,Blakely and Pensa-her Mrs. D. E. Knight,.and .Mr. and GRAPE JUICE___ ..Pt. 15c Qt. 29c CORN : __ Dozen 19e-" -
Lee'of Brownlee.Mra.
guest, Mrs. Willie VIra. J. M.\
cola, spent Wednesday In Jackson I II
George H..Lowry. Mrs. E.I i. Oer. '
ville. Phlfllfe
A '
WORD M. Davis and Mrs. M., K.'Hull were Tip''Top Market TREAT FROM NEW ENGLAND! MiscellaneousSPECIALS ',

Mrs. Slna Kite Bitten of Ocala In Gainesville Monday attending '

COLUMNPEWRTTER bas been the guest of Mr. 'and commencement exercises at the., Light Rate. Jleduced SPECIALS'SELECT :
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee for several University of Florida Mrs. Hull's The} Florida Ppwor, and Light :

!: RIBBONS, carbon days. nephew :Weuey Stearns, being a Company Monday announced a reduction -
paper and second .he ts on wet ------- member of tbe graduating clans. in the rates of electric cur Pound + ia/ Nit. 'Va CANS 1 For

the Telegraph office. Phone 29. Miss Aline Fraser, secretary to rent for this city reducing the Beef Liver 15c PEACHESBosroi 25e
tf Congressman K. A. Green spent Friends of Mrs. A.. Z. Adkins rate from sixteen, to. twelve cents "

the week-end at her home at Mac will be pleased. to know that she per Jc.wb. SUGAR CURED Pound ?,

OR RENT-Furnished, downstairs clenny., .U getting along nicely at St Vincent's '- Ham Ends 15c == No. t (11U1.SUc..1' :2 For it
privatebath In Jacksonville,
apartment with Hospital! FEUConti__ w
garage free. F. A. Scott, ''Wood ',towN and refrigeratorbargains' following an operation there Sat- DROP 1 PINEAPPLE
the S.
Workmen employed by STEW BEEF 3' Lbs.25c .......
">one 34. Starke Florida. ItpHOUSEKEEPERWANTED at Denmark Furniture urday. ;.Judge Adklns and their P'KTtA are busily engaged In streetrepairs ,, I
daughter Mills Hazel: spent the reaJdast. Iluon. Lb. 17c COOliES Jj= "
Company. and finishing' the city .
up B roo kll lei :Mayonnulio! I or ,
,- week-end in Jacksonville .so as baIL Hamburger 2 Lbn. 25c r .
Elderly lone, a
farmer, living, Mrs:' W. H. Nollman of Sebring be near her.Among RELISH, Qt. 25c<; '
anta! a housekeeper who baa one Small Spare Rita, Lb. lOc tll.d..r.krarl..i..aedeek. tI-..
visit herewith
or> two has ,been enjoying a. Personals .Cite* r s '1la"t'Ywes bi "
Y I.
louse. small children.'' Four-room her mother, Mrs. Sarah F. those who have recently :Mr. and :Mrs. Roy Reddish and Veal Cutlet,__. 25c: .oebr.=Itfom ale(MM IM*Uw bMtWfa "
No wage paid, but a good at B...1.--! .... OR"NGE PEUU' .
out to their cottages *ttgklmtm
moved SALAMI 25c
home. Writ Lewi Hamilton Hamrtck.Col. < for the summer )Mrs., L B. Dinklns'of Webster visited ---_I b. .. .........." oiIto4 u.tball...bsir.. Yli-IJ. ,,
Therp.Bsa. ltp Klngsley Lake relative her Sunday, Pork ...h.d..r. Ilia _II -h ItIr I. TEA ,. c
and,, Mm., J. E. Futch of are: Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall; who Pure Smoked Pound, Aso" ...........- w. P
Little Clara Mae Harley,
S SUMMER BUNGALOW for rent DeLand were guests during the lr.> and Mr. B. Jacobs and Mr. has; been seriously ill with, diph- Sausages ,_ __ 15e crybat.s with G sm.. Rsiisie"" ;)= '
fiwniahed, at Crystal Lake: $30 'week-end of Mr.. and Mrs. Hugh 1. and Mrs. William Dobrow and theria, Is rapidly recovering' ....iv1i. No. 1 Toll Can
Per amlli Mr.. and Mrs. R. J. Davis l Special Luncheon Pound- '
month beach 200 Brownlee. '
; clean,,. sandy Fruit 15c
student the Cocktail
Sir. and Mrs.D K H. Hill, Jr.. a
feet and two daughters
from house; nine miles from children. University of (Georgia Athens: Is Meat -_ -- .- -.- 35c. ;I
M. C Stith and A. )4oDU.th I
Shrke, 011,,Road 28. UpLOSTRed Rev'and Mrs. a..ncf:: spending bU vacation, at his homahere. CRISCOOlVIontn

i: three sons of Jacksonville were ,.. .,...., / No. S (',,1) 1
brindled glneau heifer visiting Mr. and Mrs., H. 1. Browulee Mlfsee Bernice Klepper; Tibby BEST {VHLTE Pouts -
White between hind legs, marked Saturday. Hackel and Edith Berk of Jack- Mr. and Mra. Lee Cotton were 3 lbs. 55c Glb $1.09 Sugar Peas_ 15c '
wllow-forlc undnrblt In one ear mtin. sonville have been guests of Misses flatting In Jacksonville Sunday BACON lOc

two underbiU tr; other ear. Reasonable Vonda Inman and Misses, Rosalind and Miriam Jacob for Ml* Cuilda Marl Thede |js.visiting (!Country Orntfemun '
" .rewar.t t. M. Murrhe, Edna and Carrie Hutto are In several day. at the Jacobs summer friend in Miami title week 100 i.baUbby's

Uwt v, Florida Itp Wildwood 'attending. a Woodmen cottage at Klngsley Lake These Mrs. C. R. Atklaooo and son, Cecil 4 Lb comr.$1..G.5 Corn. No. 2 can 13c'LARD '

DIST C\rCleo:1J1..o.-I: : oung, ladle formed a congenial who have been visiting :)fl. 30c; ,

MCR. f tarke. $t.OOOPolicy larty Motoring[ over to Gahle vtUaJwmi'th"W'H and Mrs. Ai M. BTonchard returned _>" NC rn )41)" L..... '

Life small monthly Mr.'Jand. '')..III'.:' W. Hs'>ltrnth and '. .,."' they to their home* In :Miami. 'SWEET FEED'$1.65': '' i5c ''
paYment plan; ?", cr cent tenewal Miss Kate. Struth pent last week. attended:"tbe .l r.St'1o&!! Prom Sunday. ,CHEESE __ .Lb l1c

vkida! excellent iome. Agency the guests of Mr. and and tbe graduation exercises at .the I J./.A. C Bogart work director .
Dept:, :50J Hild rU-aa Bid.. JaekaonvUle in WUdwood DeSha. University! of: Ffc rWa,.' -" for the FERA.. met with the city A a

,FIa ltpw : : Mrs. L. M. Is," at P ,

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T.... Tea. 1Jee..a.t'. Be T RSWM A
A V.snl Owarr
D..eslptlo. II.... T R A Owner A Vests; Deserts/.. sees T It A Owner "I:4.

f.ots 51 53 In Woodlawn. B 22 20 Cha A. Rhode*______ 11.11 "f 8W% of SWM\ ____IS a 22 10 J. A. Conway.
Wof\ NW'4 or NE:',L& SH of NBM\ oT 8WM------14 6 22 20 L. B. Bobbin a
JONES 8W\4 of NE4 & NW4wt. \ B'""I. ttn/ Wo'odllw Dlnkln. ___.__ 83.75 of SEM' ..? -<.-.
BOB ___ 0 5 21 1110 Unknown 10Ull' n. ..-13 B 22 SO Cha. EM \ of NWM A T
ARy. -- ----------- ____ 11.81
Dlnkln 6 22SWM
wr ; Lot 88 In Woodlawn14 5 S3 10 Chas -- NBM: of NBM of SWM--14\ 20 Ernest denimer
II of A of 4W'g of NEy4 SW'or '& Lot 34 In Woodlawn_____ .14 5 S3 10 Unknown .._______w___ 5.86 of SWM-__________.14 8 22SWM 40 John :Ion lion Ul
NEV&N8AofE' Lot 40 In Wood IB wn ______14 5 S3 10 Cha Dlnkln ___?__ 11.81 of NWM A W 25\ A 111

of REl of NW4 & Nof In Wood- of SBM of NW% ---15 8 22 85 R. H. Rollins.a ._
8jawnIt"tl.._.! _.______wlt B 22 6 Leonard Prevatt ___ 1.71 of SW% of NEM A8EM IINHI'4

(iOMt:1.fNTS N3AofE'yofNWof NE.4____?_____ ____10 5 11 U Frank F. Thomas------ 12.01 Lot S, a, 4. 8. 9. 10. 11.IS. of SEM of NWM_._15SWM 22 20 Unknown
__ ____ 22
of 16BWM 6
8WM 40 :Mr*. Allc.-j' I
SI. 14 18 53 80 InWoodlawn 1 Huihii
; SW' of $Ey of NW'A AWy ,, --. :
$ of 4NWy _._ ______15 B II 130 Unknown _?-------- 45.71 of SWM of NEM _15 6 22 10 Unknown ._-__ II
: 4NWW4& -N Lot 44 A W 4 of Lot 4S In Com at NE Cor of SEM of -- |l

of --k10 9 U InO A. A. "ut..hln on______. at.1iI Woodlawn ______?11 B 22 IS Unknown -__________ 7.45 NEM A run 8 718 ft. W

S.4 of BFI'6 .__.__._________10 6 11 110 Sim K.lley----?__ U.1I1NI' Lot 15, 16, 32 in Wood- HI ft. Northerly 746 ft,
1 S3 80 n. L, Rigby12.76 E2D. ft to .____ _. a 21
'.' of SWycx\ 10 A In lawn 15 beg --- a Gilbert Dixon
? intended to NWCor'4:\ ot'SW\410 5 U 70 W. C. Ward__?___ 12,11N4I Lots; S, l4"In Woodlawn13 g. 31 20 Fred P Natho:=-=: 7.88: S 4 A of NWM of.SWM -r -.--- I
The Bible was never of _________ ____
of 8114a5W4of Lots 31. U, ,27 18, In SEM 18 a 81 4 F. C., Hollln..
teach men science, but the Bible Is IIW! % _.._____... .______-10 I 11 120 Unknown ____?___ 22.29NF. Woodlawn _:.__________,15 B 31 40 :Josephine Corklns8V ____ 1489! t A In NEM of NBM Sea '. worth. -- I
scientifically correct. Jesus said, of NE% a SW'4 of of Lot 11 In -a'. 6 12 B Sinclair Mosley ._____ I." 31 Bounded N by land

"If I have told you earthly things NW4 of-AWy---.::::n : n :: W.unknown T. ('rosbv.----=::==:: 12.40WWy 18,34NWI4 : Lot. I.WM 2, I of. 14 Lot, 15 fil 18 A, 'all 17.IS. I Center of N. D.8t Hagamnn, K by Ry 8 lea by ,

and you don't believe them, how of BW14 or 8E'4..11 6 II 20 n. n. Cro.by________ '..74NWI4 Lot 88, 40, 43..S3; 54 In 100 ft *q In BE Cor. s h .

will believe me If I tell you' of N644& BW ...fMW Woodlawn ,_______IS 5 22 135 Unknown __._________ ".n also 20 A of Bern. 16 A ''i' ". ;.
you $ ex914A\ In SW Lot. 43. 44, 501n Wood- SI described I a* follow.: I .i'
hoavenly things If we can't believe Cor :. .;..__.__..__12 6 21 7 a Unknown _-._________ H IB.K 4 lawn __..?.-_.__.;..__ia B 21 SO L. H. Hill._____._____ 9.6 Begin at a pt In center ,!..!',,. ,

what the Bible says about WV4 ofNEi4 NW' ______..?_18 a 21 80 Unknown ________ 68.SI! Lot. 9, 24 In Woodlawn.,16 21 20 Unknown __..._.____ 7.89 of Ry track 415 ft to : ".
this world how can we believe of MII----- ._.____13S't a 21 40 Unknown _______ 12.4 0 Lot 41 In Woodlawn___..-16 ? 23 10 K. H. Futch....?____ 4.17 an Iron track poet In centerof ,'''1
of SW4B'4 of SWM A Lot S3 In Woodlawn___-__16 6 23: 10 UnknownS _________ 4.1 .Ry near Temple ..,., "jk
what It says about the next : of BWM ex 10 A In Lot 6 A W% of,Lot 10 In store A run W 14 .t t.1I.

world? NW Cor ..._____,______18 6 21 >fl Unknown ________ 20.e 9 Woodlawn .... 17 22 11:1.: a Sapp, :Jr.______ .70 degree N 1330 ft, '\} \
K'!a of NEM._ ____..--_-14 8 11 SO Unknown __________ 8S.UNW Lot 1. 2, S, 41. 14. 15,- thence N 14 decrees. wA60 ,'+I. ',wi'
C of N 8 21 Croxhy_____ n.40 ft, thence B 14 d."P.", '
% % 40 Floyd 16, 17, 18, 19 20, 39. 30, )
We read in the Book of Job that SWM IIf NWMl"I"ril4WM 8 21 40 Lester Cronny___._.. 1',40 31, S3 In Woodlawn-: S 22 160 Etta Bllnn ....____ 657 "N CTree" 14 N 1120 ft, thence ;wk.at..;
and 1 of NWM of NBM\ A Lot t In Woodlawn___,.-.17 5 22 10:1.: D. Peele_________ 4.17 degree B 660 ft, wf
God hung the earth on nothing: NE4' of NWM 14 6 21 60 R. R. Cro.by.___?__ IS.&8 thence H 14 degree 8t
-- ------ Lots 47, 48. 49, 60, 84 In .. center of Ry track,
the north on empty space. Astronomers SE'. of NW% ex 10 A In Woodlawn ..-IT B 22 SO R. H. :Futch---____ 21.B9 thence 8 on Ry to bear
used to laugh at that SB Cor A BWM of SBMA Lot 5. 31 18.N S3, 34, 35. ex 4H A on W Hide
; In Job. "What did Job '4S.zt SWM f 36, 87. 33 of 80 A deeded. to R. D. Coleman -
expression A SBM of all 40 41. 44, 45, 46. 51, ________.._..___18-11 a 22
'1'4 know about astronomy? He should NEy\ attended to his and let NBM of NEM: __ __--..ISBBM 8 21 40 O. E. Cro.by-___?___ 12.40 .17 B 22 205 Unknown _?_.___?_ 47.79 SWM of NWM ex S A InSECor&
ffl have sores of NEW A W'! loOt 43 In W..dlawll1T 5 23 10 U H. HillB __..-.________ 4.17* 2 A In SW
astronomy alone. There Is no "fevt A NWM A NWS4\ Lot 7, S In Woodlawn.c..l7 (22 20 Bel Sapp _..--_____ 11.81 11 Cur A __mitE; --Cor_._;;-;of__17 a 22 IS Unknown -----.._ ___ lit
the north." That of BWM A EItt of SWu\ ._ Lot tl 24 28 In
In 25
empty space A SBM_________________ 8 21 560 Unknown ___________ 10697 NWM of SWM\ A run W
I used to talk. But Woodlawn ?_.,__________17 S 23 40 Unknown _____________ 14.89 1060 ft, 8 4BO ft, E 1060
Is the way men 8\0,, of NEM ANWM W4 of Lot.,54 59 In Woodlawn..17. 5 22 20 Harvey L .Whit_____ 8.84 ft, N 450 ft to ben _____17 8 22 11 Unknown
% one day a man turned a telescope A NW'4 of Lot tvd S. 15, 14, 48. 58 E"4 of SWli of HKM A ......_.o- .--- Hiilo
toward the north and he found a A NW'4 of BEMof \ ""BWa In ; .I-18 B 22 70 L. H. Hill_________ 16.87 WM of SBM of SEME _.__17 22 40 Unknown
SWU Of SBM. Lots 4, A NM of 14 A all28AE14of31A.1132 aa
% of 8EM-._____,__..__17W' 22
Job 8!.73 aa 40 Unknown ___ ._, :
b' great vacuum. was right. of I .-.. "_ .21 8 21 140 Unknown ---------- -- __ Ill/
There is an empty In the 8'M of w.i. BWV4 ofNWi .11. 41 42 53 50 58 In e if NWM-- -_ -18 22 80 C. H. dimming. .. ,_. .
apace RE4. ._-___-------.11 8 21 110 Unknown __.______ 2S.S9 Woodlawn,1$ B 22 100 Unknown _____________ 23.67 8'y of D S-S :NWM of 21.1]
w nurth. Job was not trying to ,' of NWi* aNof Lot 24 In Woodlawn.35: B 22 10 Mr. J. Kruse_____. 4.17 NEM-IS 1.3 A._ ._._._IS 8 22a : 13 Lydia Tyson____., .
teach astronomy but Job was WM\ of NWM._-_--.-. -SI I II 60 Unknown -.._ lUll WH of Lot 88 A of W 1-8 of NWM of NEM\ -- 70 6
.. 800"f WM 19 1-3 A
NE'4 of NW------------U 6 21 40 Empire Lumber Co. &: NE'4 otN'

scientifically correct.e NWM of NWV4 A SW% 57 811 A&all I5H 64 of In 40 Woo.llnwn.19 A SH of B 22 30 Unknown __?______ 10.48 '::'EsOf. Wf..16 22 53 Qad Tyson ...._. ?__ IU

_.________ 24 0 11 80 Unknown ________ 15.84 ,
of NW4 Vote 47. 48 In Woodlnwn.-l 6 21 20 H. Boyer _________ 1051 __ Wr
NE'4 __
The most accurate people I Fracl>arl of 8W of NWV ..S5KIH1pSf 6 It 10 W. J-L Smlth_________ 0,11 Lot 15, 18, 17, 18 in ----- ? _? a 22S 13 Wm. Tyson ..._..___. II
NE4 EH f Woodlawn _____________20( 11.3 40 Dyack Broa. ...._.__ 12.70 4 of SWM\ of SWM leas.
know are those who really know -. -- __-._-. _--_--Zwnf 6 21 160' W. TT. Smith' __________ 811.1I0.W4. Lot 2 8" 4. 7. 8, ft. 11, W 6 A ..----. .... ___ .18 8 22 14 Unknown __._._._.
the Bible. The Bible contains % 8K'4- o_-.J7 8 81 40 W. II. Smlth..._____ 7.89 21, f2. 24: 25, 26: 27, la48 8KM' \ of 8BM____, ___I___1.19 8 22! 40 .Unknown.. __._.?.. ...-::- 13't 11 i
of NE% ir.w .. A In Woodlawn ,..._____20 S 22B 150 Unknown _______._____ 3377 810'of NElJ\ A NEM\ oC (
4{ more wisdom than all the books in Lot .__ ._____.._________11 5 111 IIU Unknown ______._______ 18,07E' Lots. 6, 10 11, n In Wood. ,81-M -_-_--._- .__--.20 6 22a 80 Mr. Onl Freeman.. 211
E'4 of of ?-
all the libraries of the world. of NF4: of NE'4 A lawn ___ __... .____ ..20'WM 22B 40' Unknown ___ ____ \. 8E\4\ .x
4 12.07 S __ __ __
NWI4 NWM. ________88 a 21 80 Unknown __________ 114 A-- _?__ 22a 1Roy Edward __....._..
Don't be disturbed by the high :\ of BE'-i of NWM\ A S H of SEM of 8W' 2111
4: NE" A NWM of NWM\ ANW4 BBM of BWM of NW4.21 22 20 Oeo. I. Tavenner..._.__ 11.91E'11ht ex
7, sounding words of worldly wise of 8WM-..____* 8 21 240 Unknown ..._________ 49.80 ax NBM of 1 Lot In NE Cor W of
road .,._ _______ _
7 men who know not God. How ut- : SUM A NE14 of of E'F.: _:. ._____-_23JH B 22: 70 Oeo. F. Young...__. 2880 _- .21 22 20:1.: W. Edward______. II.:
N'Jwi -_29 8 21 120 .T, A. :J. McKlnney.___ aUf of NBM of NWM lea All SWM of SWM\ VT of
terly Ignorant some of our so- Lot fr 4 NWM.riI___-_88 8 21 52 W. If. Smith.._____?_ 11.35 1 A for c..m.teryZ2 B 22 19 C. I. A M Dlngfelder.:_ 11.01 public road ...21 a 22 15 Roy Edward .... _._.. sn,
called scientific men are. How Lot I 3, 8, 4, .11, 6 orFracl Wit' of NW'4 of SEM Also All NWM of SWM 'w.of
of public road __..._ ____21 a 22
Ho ex NH\ NV4 1 Mr.. Onle Freeman.
; little they really know and yet a of NBM.______________ 1 7 21 831 W. H. Smith.,..._____ 88.40 Com at NI3 Cor of SWM 8 A In BB Cor of SW% ? 14))

lot of them think they are so wise All of Fracl Sea.______?_ 2 7 21 501 *W. H. Smith._______ 1011.84 of rda NBM, thence A run 8 60 W rIM 26,2-3 W r.f NWM\ being 548 ft

Remember, "The world by wisdom Lot I. 8 of Blk 10 Sampson !54 13 rd* to W line of N" S by 23.11 ft E A W21 8 23 8 Unknown ____._..._?_ 1.1!
I? knew not God" City ___ 4 7 21 J. A. :J. McKlnney___.__ I.GII .said 40, thence S 20 rd*, 1H A beg 420 ft N of SB
Blk 13 Cor of SWM of BWM A
Lot 3 of Sampson tn 8 line of said 40,
4Heilbronn> City .________?____?__ 4 7 21 Unknown ...._________ lI.al thence B 80 rd*. N 80 run N315ft.W 210 ft,

All the Frees of SBM of rile to beg____?__?____22NBM B 22 50 M. D. Oloott_______.__? 8L43 H 815 ft, E 210 ft to beg
NBM' A that portion of of of ___22EH 5 23 10 exI' lot 50N&Sby
NWM SWM Mabel WalnwrlgM __ 4.17
115 ft A W
BWM of NBM, lying .8 A of SWM of ijrtSM .___..22 5 22 20 D. B. Sullivan...-.___ 12." B A In E NWM In nf BE!8BM Cor.21 8 22B 2 Octavla'Ellerson _____ 1.:1
E of Cornelia Bt according ,; t .. of NW< of .
Springs W ft A of NH ., 4, bounded 8 by Jackson .
I to plat of i NKM ---_-.- ::1.-------U 5 12 S Mr. Minnie 8.' Brown.. 2.99 land E by hard road, N
City A that
Hampson Com aao ft TO! of SW Con
11 7 HIM '.. ..* ......, .,... portion of NWM of SBM of NBM of NWM A run by land of J. R Alvare.21 22 S Addle E. DeSue_..__._ it 31a
lying N of 8.AL. Ry AM N all6 ft. E 830 ft, 8 196 Com at SW Cor of a 12 r .

A El of Cornelia St A ft, W lao ft to beg....._23 B 23 3 A.I.: Lowery.___.____ 6.56 A tract of land formerly
that portion of NBM- of owned by P. C.Ooodwlne .
':d Leo and Charlie Hill of Keystone BBM lying N of ...ld-ItY -411 Ntt of NWM of NWM A A run E ,
ex portion owned by W. N 4 A of HWM\ of NBMof along B Hide of Bald
In Heilbronn
1i Heights were visiting H. BalUy .____.__._.__. 4 7 21 64 Unknown _____________ 17.68 NWM A SH of NWM land to SB Cor of Sarah .

.+ Springs Sunday. NWH of NE% A NWM\ A of of NWM NW'----------23 A NH of SWM au' 64 0.0.:11': Toung_____._ 81.43 Scott. land W about couth 105 variation :
Clarence Rhoden spent the 7.JL of SWM A BWM Of One lot com 50- ft W oNE yd* "

week-end In Jacksonville visiting AllN \4 ____.NWM _____of__ 7 11 320 Unknown _______._____ 66,44 Cor of Lot 4 of Blk to to :pr.tN.: thence er SWM NW
NW\ ot 8 4 A run 8 100 ft, W 61
,,1 friends. Branch A BH of NWMex \ ft, N100ft.B6lfttobag Temple Sub Dlv.._?_-21 22 1 Unknown :'-____..-__ 1011

A large crowd attended servicesat B SSBM 7 11 1110 M.... M. E. Ooodll'.______ aR,70 Lawtey ..........-_23 B 22 0. W. Roberts__.____._ 61.19 W4ofllklQofRIW '".
> of NE4----: S 7 11 40 Dr Ida J. U.lb.r.er___ 1t.40 ex1AinNBCorAB'ofBlklHofRBwlnTemple.
Lewis Anderson's Sunday. A NBM of Lot 6. 8 of Blk 4 ex W i
SEtiof NWM 9 7 11 flO Unknown __________ al.19 75 ft I.awt.y$3 5 22 fl W. Robert..,,-__ 4838 Sub Dlv-21 6 22 ; ,
Miss Rosa Moore left last week 9 D. I x.; Lloyd.....___. 14)1)
NEVI "NW'M ----9 7 11 ,, 13.40 All Blk 5 Lawtey---23 1 21 Cha.. Dlnkln _.._____ 27.28
of ( H. J. Milligan---------
,4(1 of
NWM Blk 4 8 of R 2 W .
for a visit with friends In Georgia. \ of : A : of Lot 4 A EH of Lot E ofBlk \..,
NW NBM NWVI 7 Lawtey_________33 5 22 Unknown _________? 5657 A IW'4ofilk38otR ,
Miss Lois Moore returned last NW% A WU of Ai A --- -...... All Blk 18. Lawtey_______23 5 22 Chan Dlnkln.__._,.__.- 45.11 S W A 66 ft wide B A "" .'. "
Friday from a visit with her broth NV4" of SEMof NWM of Lot 1, 2, 2, 4 of Blk 18 W by 880 ft NASon .k-
WV4 i 01wvi BWM A BBM ..___.___ _..11 B 21 -I.: M. Reddish_.____.. 2010 T3 Hide' BBM of Blk .
.L er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M ___.____..._...._.-10 7 11 100 n. H. Smith A Co.__.__. 82.8 Lots Lawtey 6. 7, 8_oPBlk 18 Law? 3 S of R'f8 W also that: .: 7."V

; Lloyd Moore of St Augustine; NBM of NBM:! A NH of try _._J ____._1 .J._,___28 5 II-V. R. ReddlihMr _________ 12.75 portion of SW% of .
of NW--------11 7 11 80 W., H. Bmltb________ 11.01 8WM of NBM containedIn
i J. E. demons and Matthew Dlx6i WH NEM> of 5111-,4-----11 7 11 110 L. :I. Wynn__________ 1e.1II All Blk 19 Lawt.u 5 22 *. C. S. Smith___.. 840 last two :description 1'''";,, .5

1 'made a business ,trip.to Jacksonville NIoio A 5W'4' A Ey*.ot al11 .15 7. :21 ,110 n. 14. SOIltho ... Co........._. 10'.01 Lot 3,lIof. Bile 23 Lawtey.21 5 23 Eva A. Qrant..._ ....: 566B: Also com at a pt 176 : ".
Half LRWtey3Lot 6 12B *. Dlnkln: ___?_. 6 ft N of SB Cor' of land :
Monday. BV6 of HBM of NBM of A: 16, Bait Lawtey_......, Gladys of SBM A NWM Lot. 17 18 Bat Lawtey-. = Mr*. M. B. Edward*...: 8. 4
,f Miss Hazel Johns of Starke A B'4 of SW% A NW ,. man A run N 486 ft, W
the week-end with her cousins of NWM ________..___1* 7 11 .80 R.. H. Smith Ca-____ 14.17 Lot 21 Bait Lawtey.- -' Mr. !M. E. Edward-... 43.62 625 ft, 8 486 tt, E 625
spent Lot 24 A Lot 28 A Eat bag In Tem

Pauline and Reba Green. SEot.*8WM t A In A NE BWM Cor..17: ofBEM 7 11 79 E. J. Murrh. _____ 19.82 Lawtey ___...__........ M J. Bell______.._.__.- 1936 \\o.: Sub DW.?._--__ _11 8 23 IS Ben Dell __.._______ 118Blk
4 Miss Pauline Howard was visiting SBM of NKU 17NBM 7 11 R. H. Smith & Co---___ 8.eo Lot 25 East Lawtey-- I.lxile Thomas __-____ 566 35otR1' W AE%
1M of HKM: -_-_-_____ ?_-_-.-.17 7 11 00 Vollmt. ot Am.rlc. 8.00 Lot 28 East Lawtey. __?_ Mr J. T. .Moore._..__._ IS,03is of Blk 3 8 of R 3 W In
Miss Irene' Yarbrough of Lot 30 81, 83 East LawLot -
i' .8B of A _______________ __ Mr. Minnie 8. Brown._ .at
night.Miss CorA t.y Sub Dlv _21 8 22 15 tf..
Starke Saturday Ben .
NB Della
RBM ex 8 A In ::___._.. :
0.0.:1.: White_ ____._
\ :t A In SW Cor of 63 East :\;rvi'. ( -_ 16.83 EH of Blk 1 8 niW 2 W
Dorothy Mead Miss Jean 16 7 It 74 n. D. Wa..dln_ .__.__ 23.119 Lot 3, Ott Bub e &E4' of Elk2SofR2
Tyler and Lamar Edwards and A. N w4 of 81014.-------. __________.)9 7 11 1.0 (,h."I..l'. Fooror___?.._____ 40.811 Lawtey ____:..?_______ Florence Bell- .....__._' 522 \V In Temple Sub Div.,21 22 10 R. A. Newsom-- 15H
J. Miss BV of W% of NHI\4.0 7 U 40 E. J. afurrh....__?__._ 10.111 W S A of NBM\ of NEM of W% of Blk 1 8 of R S W ,
Yarbrough were
SWM ______ 34BWM 22 3 Unknown ____?_!..?.___ 290 A EH of Blk R 4
w Fade Crawford. Saturday night BV4" :of NBM.A NWM\ A NW'4WofNEv of NWrlofR104AN'4 >' ot7NE'4..14 6 22 10 :M.! O. Scheltlln80) -_....__ 22.71 W In Temple ts':. fD "-.:u a 22 10 ,Charles E. Brooks__.__ ?M

Miss Ruth Borderhamqr! and A NWM of 8W\4-\ .---_..118EV 7 11 100 n. 11 Smith Co.______ 88.78 NBM of W 262 ft of Bl'cISofB
ot NWM of 8RM A of NKM of SBM____148BM B 22 Blackphear Mfg 'o14.89 1 W A W 263 ft of Blk
wW Miss Thelma Rhoden spent Friday IIW! % o' SEM ex10Ain of BCM of NBM__24SBM 6 23B 10 Mr. O. D. Bch
++ night and Saturday with Miss Leila SW Cor ___ ._-,,_------..21HWM 1 11 40 W. T. lIfcEv..r_.__..,_ 18.77 Of NEy'of NBM A I: ___.._.._....._21 8 22 8 )t.: D., Bumgarn.-_._ UII

.Ward of..Starke.i of SWM\ of 8EM__-_31HWM 7 11 10 Unknown ___________ II.U NM of BKM of NEM_.*_24 S3B IT. O. nrant_______...._ 17.IS B1k18off1 WexW261tt&BIk2SotR
of N.. % 31 7 11 40 I. A. Or..v.. ________ 14.I! 1':41: of :NEM: of NWM.---.25 22 20 I>r.I.: H Carradlne..._ 2725 .
i Earl Parmenter spent Sunday NM of NEM -- -_-_-__--13.7 11 110 Wm. Slade _________ 24.78 of BWM' of 8WM25 113\ 10 f'. I. A M Dlngfelder.._ 566 1 W ex W.202 ft A ex
n with his cousin Lacy Parmenter. AH SWM of NWM 8 of RF.Vt of SK'4 of BW14 ____25 B 22 10 Wm. Andrew. ___..__-_ 8.64 2H" A In BB Cor-9H A

Mrs Belle Parmenter left last road L._-_......-._._.*33WH 7 11 at L. J. W'nn_______.__ 18.83 wu, of NWM.of, NE'4 of Temple Nub Dlv-,__.._21 a 22 10 R. A., New.om_?_._,____ III.
8W" of NI8M A BBM A NBM: : of NWM Lot I, 2, 8, 8. 9, 10 otBlk '
,r ,week for Gulf Hammock to spend N wof of rJWM A :8BM I of SBM: W-T-J-_..-.-85NEM II 22 15 Unknown ______.____.. 11.21 08WKI4I-r} t'e Sub

some time with her daughter, Mrs of NWM A T EM\ of s .r'." I \ of NWM of SWM.25 II 22 10 Louise Stanley ______ 5.56 Dlv BBM ....21 8 22 Errol Alvarez. _?.___ .7.11
NW or Lot 8 A All S NH\ of NEof Beg flt NW Cor of SWM.or \ \:
Allle Petty. SwC of NWM N of PE4 -_- ,- .-' -_--_26 S 22 10 Unknown -_-_._:-___-_.. MS.9D! SWM A run 70 yds '
We are sorry to learn Miss KH- public road _.-.__...--I3 7 U 148 Unknown _____?____. 117.17 : SW% of NE1ofAEvW A B 140 yds. N :ydst3 .
ale Crawford lots 4 or FraH Bec.26 7 ,11 118 Bank or Starke------- n." ,, 8 A of SW\ot\ of 8WV.\ 140 yd* to ben-2 AJ.__22 8 22 2' Minnie Prlngle __._ 4,01
Is on the sick list this All 1..2.8 of NWM W of of NE" .,'...- --___.28EH B 21B IS lIf.I.: Bell__________ 10.72 SWM of IIW% of SRM ex -

we..k,41 \ road.NEM.- 678 A-._______1J 7 31 17 1. F. 8h ".-?--__.._ 13.88 of 8E14 of SBM of K 1 A&N 2 A of Ii:'" of .
Lot 4 of lllk 11 In Graham ,29 7 11 Bank ot 8tarll.____ 1.08 NE4.' ," of-_ _____NWYt'of 15 22B B Cha." Dlnkln_______ 1.73 NEM of BWM of SV5! 3422 8 22 10:1..: R. Royal_.__.___ 111'1
\ W 4'-., A NBM of \V1AofS of SBM\ of '
:Missouri is the principal lead 8AinSW'orofNW'Aof Inv% A BWM of NWM -_. aw____ NWW ____. _.___r-__28WU 22 S T. T. Blackburn?__... 3.94 8WM of BWM.: ..____?22SH 6 22 1 Modlna Byrd __:__ 'il

producing state of the Union. !1..c1Aln NB! Cor A8WM nf SBM of NEM of of Stay:: of aw% ex a t ,
of SWM__.._____.119 7 a1 81 C. n Rob.rU__________ 16.10 BWM' ____ ___15NWM B 22B S Unknown ....._____. 8.75 A In SW Cor__._._..._22 8 22 14 Ella. Parker. .?- 151
Lot 8 of Blk S In SWM of of NWf4'ol SBM AWH NBM' of NEM: __________?23 8 22 40 OU. 'E. Leach--.-.... __ U"
NEM In Uraham___....19.NM 7 U E. S.rlcklancl ______:_ '.04 i of 8RM of NWM of .-.rSlt WH of NWM\ of SWM ex .

of NWy ot Nt '4 A 8 A EM: o( SWM of N 5 A____ _.... -33 8 22 15 Unknown _____.__ '."
A In NW Cor\ of NUM of I NWH of BBM___?__..26 22 SO Presley A Tharln Green 1465 All WH of NBM of $101'S '?
NEW.. W of Uulley NEy10 of NWM of SEM____26ft 1 22 10 It..r.. Drown-_-_ <, 5.64 of road __.__ .23 B 22 I Bradford County Bank. III
Branch -so, .' 11 18 n. D. W..dln________ 13.93 8 of BWM of BWVi Aft" That portion of SWM 'of
NWiTf--NEMA- -\ -10 nf NWM of,BWM of 8BM A8W74of8104'of e

8%Tl of In BW Cor of N BVl!: of -,e SWM ____j.,_____._i __*T a.ll: 25 Unknown ....__________ 14.3S 8E% 8 of Peek road.,.__33 8 22 20 Ernest Wunderllob ____ 1I.M

NEM\ w of auii..y V91 : SW'.. of BBM of NWM A Portion of EH of NEM
Branch A 'SH of NBM 8', of NV, < No.wor of SE% lying 8 of
A NWM of 8fc.80E'4 : 1 U no T.' W, Wasdtn.a89.97 8WV. A 8WH: of Stark. A Mlddleburg. .
of 8WV4 A Wit" Of NV. !public road-1..71 A.23 8 :23 13 Bradford County Bank- tli
of FlICI4I KM of SWM\ of of SW'4__.....28 S 21B 45 Unknown _..._ .__. 16.54 NEM of ._..___ ".''
of 8KM! ___...8rtNVi 7 It 100 t'. B. !tob.rU_____.__ 10.30 SWM .x."' NEM _- _34 a 22 40 Ruby A. Hayes_-._.--
Lot 33 In Woodlawn :_..._119 22 10 L. H. Hill.__ _____ 117 sE\ '
ot N\VM of NWlI> -S3 1 U 110 C. u.. l-tob.rt....____ .14 ? Lor SWM! .x EH of UII
Lot. III, B3, 43 In Wood. NWM of SEM of SWM_:35 8 22 35 Mr. A M. H..rnd..D,5'. j]
fk ib1' Com NEM at BE A Cor: run of W NWMof 175 lawn _.. __. -___ .19.I. ,23 SO Unknown __.__,,________ 14.51 WU of NEM .------:------14NEM a S3 '0. Ernest*'Wunderllch .- 1 Ij915W
E" of Lot. 44i 49. In of _
NWM- -J6 6 11
ydm ydit, R N 175 175 Jlldo H beg.178. Woodlawn __---.,-_-29EH a.2 10 Unknown .._--__ S." of BBM::.+.:::.s..::36 8 11 40 B rtE Pe.k----, :Brinson--; lag'
Ai 46 Jones 1I.ft of Lot.U'A'all' Lot IS EH" of SWM A EM of .
S A A NK i of NEM: _-11 7'21 Carl ,v.-- .-- So.1l(
j' -- .5 ., In Woodlawn ---.SO' IT '11' 15 I. R. T.nmark.v_.. 767 SWM of SWVt______26 B 22 90 OW.; Hlnion,"Agt--
Lot 1, 8 I or Fran Fracl. NPJM NBM: 5 of Lot 9 ih''"" .eodlawn.31 '5" IS. B L. H. Hill-_______ 1.34 W of 8WV, of.NWM A: '.
A Lot or
Lot 81, 34. 35 6 4*., of "
of NWM A MEM ol lI L 47. Nit NW% of BWM .
50 54 59. 6b 63 61 In' .
SW ,
5 A In
r'or NWy4l.ss._? -t- .85NW' 7 il' 140 Bank of S.arke._____ '''nu Woodlawn 4txIn' _31 1 11 120 J. F. MorrUon.___ 2369 8WMI NWM-- --_-_-_26 8 22 ao :John Aforgan.--! isu
NWM A S"of 36, 40, Wu, of EItt of 8E% ot
/, of Woodlawn .___ ....31 1., 40 Unknown ______ __.. 15." SW '
NWV\ A NH of BW\4___8 7 III 100 Rank of Stark.10.11 -- y4 __ __ '--_IIT a 22a to \lrs. A. F.: Klng20 ---- 8P
i All .___________ _II) 4 I. 840 R. L. Black. A ("0.--- 143.33 Lot 26. 27 In Woodlawn 5.11 10 Unknown ._._.__ II." S" of SWM\ of NWM-...._.37 22a Ruby Mae Poppell_-
.i JlfcllM &lectorile All __ _.________ ,_________14 II 84/1 x. L Black A (0.____ 14311 Lot 3 In Wondtawn.------ 1.11 10 Unknown .-.___._____ 819 sW\4\ of SEMM less 2 A In
.III ___. ______ _--1! 4 II UO R. L. Black" ('0..___ 119.11 KH: ot NBU A BH of NW Cor AS. A. In NE.. .If
never sold/ or ass than .All ex 8E14 of AE14.-*....-.8$ 4' II 10/1 R. I. Black A Car119,00 BWM of NBM'A NH of Cor ------.....----..27 22a 13 Ben :Johnson .:.....--
All __.__.__ ___..._______-4 1, 29 840 1t. L. Black & Co...___ 14,83NFl1 NBV,-uo' BBM A NBM\ E ( A of NW'i of WM ,27 22 S Mr. T. P. .WallS ...:.- -- llW514 "
lOc. Yon now can buy of NEV4 A W vof of NWM of 8KM-. .____IINWV S 11B 130 :J. O. Davidson.__ 7111 of ot 5-11

NE4! A NS of NWS-__. 4 II 1100 R. L. Black" ('0.____ 411." of. 8WM.ot NF.4 A .' # E.NW4__.27 8 22 A. )1'. P King._-_._-
the same size and qualityfor Ml .___25 4 lIa 540 1t. J. I..k A Ca_____ In.1I yNW' of SWM of NWM11E II 10' Unknown __--_..___ .522 N', of SWM of 'NB'M A >
9x All cx Si'4' "of"SF.M"r,__.17 4 II 40e n. L. Black" Co..__ 194.41 BWM of BBM. ASH SWH of 8E:'4 A NE:>4
S t'thinke Iona All ex NEM: of BWVt. A ex of 81of; 8EM___34 B 12S 40 Unknown ___________ ,2211 of 8WM .x W 5 A A .x I'If
HBVt! of HKM______._. .1 II'' .ue R. rt Blank A Co..__ 104." 1 A In REM of BBM of S: A for road......_...27 I II tt B. R. Pr.vatt--
SNM of SKU _______.! 4 sa 40 D. W Uk.reon ______ 14 119 8BM\ W of Ry ._____34BWM 21 1 L. H. HI.1__. ._. _.. 1 83 WI A of NE\4 of IW1t7 6 II I A.E.', Wall.-..-- 1.31.
Havana and tin rted to All _...,.*-_________--1It 4. U 840 R. L. Black A Ca-, 119.11II of BWM of 1'11'\4..11I' :\ .5 13 10. 0.... Coleman _____._ 7.89 NWI4 of 8W" ot NE'4' ,___11 I II 10 Kit William ..-----
WH nf, NH of NWH of 10 A on S side of NE'4 .
V bacco for only S i itlt ., EH of. A NBM All\ Wt.A of Kly: NBMK oftiEM \ NW14------__88 5 11. 15 C. I. A M Dlngfelder._: 84 ot NW\4\ ----__27. a 22 10 Florence C. Flyon-:..- 10.11

of River-----------89, 4 lit foil R. I... Black A C___ 18." RE4ofof .-_. 1 4 22 40 Charlie .chart. ._______ 13.40( Com at NE Cor of 8BM of .
on a FLOR dot ELBA Nt\4 _____. _.,__ ."__.___.11 4 II! 140 R. L. Black Ca.-._ IO.la Eof BVP7Q of NEM A run W SSS ft, -
N .A NF:'""of SE'LU 4 II 180 R. L. Black" Co.._ 11." EM ____ ;.________ 4 6 21 15 Bradford County Bank 1,61 thence 8 Easterly to apt y

get the 1n t your "" W I A .I 8W1.Io .f 8W"iI. I 4 II S T. C. CrawfordMlllard -..____ 8.18 S5 ft W of See line ," F .
ENE4&E$ 1, ofWNW14Wii \ N4of Nil:" of SBM! _._ 5 6 IS 10 R. :Judd____ 1811 on 8 side of REM of s
4 eve ght.LL.wiecWr 0' NWyI A A 4 II 1180 R. L. Black A (0.___,.. 16,07N'4 NWM of VM__?__ I 4 S3 40 Unknown _._____-_ 14:011: NRVo thence 8 Easterly
ney A NE4.S 4 III 111.1 14. L. Black ("...._____ ..1111.47l'I' NE" of NWM; ; __ 7 4 S3 49 Unknown __.-_____ 1129 650 mft pt 120 ft
of NWt14.--$5 4 II .0 n. L. Black A Co.__..... 18.11S.o NH of SWM ofAt.* *;. aN 4 33 20 Jnu. a. Bagwell......_ U. "t.d.. 8eo line .' rr <
Mt&Ca.Makers \.' of BBM! of NWM A SKVi: of NKM ofBBM thence E 120 ft. to sea "..( '
lY .r Newark.N.J. NH ot MUM of 8WW ...at 'II 40''lIknown _______._ 14.81 : A 8WM ot Ml4.11t 6 IS JIll Wm. E. Tarbrogh__:j8 n.11I line, thence N on Sea ;. "\, 631
Lots $. 4 or 10 A In NEM! \ WH of NWM of'*WM_.,.,10aw. 4 33 10 Cha Rainier ___._ 10.18 line to beg._____._...27 a 23 12 John: A Morgan.--
of NRM: ___-__ ______ I 8 .1 to Unknown _________ 1.9. .' ot NWM A "N'WH of SE'4 of NEM ex about S .it _
;NotJeMELBA vru of NBM of NWMt.NEM ..- 1 5 II! 110 Carson M. Orlf'I.._ T.n I 8WVt W< nf EH of A off E Hide A 3 A I H 4 *1' .
of DWM-.____ __ '-- 1 I U 40 11. L. Black A Ca____ I.ni NB* of "Wix __ ...?+- nEH 4 S3 .0 W. E. Tarbrough._ 11.70 NW Cor A 4 A In SW ..._
Lot 5. 21. 2T. of BBM of BWW ___11Wiy 4 31 30 Ethel M.: Bigg_--- 1..40 Cor A NEM of SEM ex ( '
i 37, 6,40 433. k, 4 : 50. of KU, of NKM AK4 about 4 A In NB Cor A :
5t. 33. 98. 54. 65. U. 51, of NWM of NB\4.-.I1 6 II IIfI Unknown __ 10.SO 1AinNWCorAey4A ,. A
61. 62 In Wood- RH Wot IIK 1 11 I. Unknown ____= 7.24 In SB Cor-_______,___31 a 21 52 Mr. 3. B.'Kln.r.Com .-
rwo 280 Unknown ,__.____.._ n." ; .
-,___ -__......--.. I II *w 100 ft W of NE ('or -
\VW of Lot In 'Woodlawn.lft I II 5 Carl Becker _._____. I." s.(4 59P4' ot..8W'4.11 4 11 40 Unknown ___.__..__._ 1170' of WM of NWM of SE>1 ,s
Lot 10 81 A 8M, of Lot Witt of NE' __.--!_-..12 4 lilt SO ,Mr., Pearl.Andrew...- 17.70: of NEM A run 8 24S ft, W'
51 and All Lot 87 InWoodlnwn W4 of Ey4 of NE4 of 100 f., N S4i ft. E 100 6d.
.____..._..'..,6 11 SS known .,_-____. _-___ l'.U N'W'4 _- 12 1 22 10W.. H. Andrews. ,..... ..II > bee; .1) 6 12 Darl -
2A. CIGAR Supam.e r>.nt. 84. l. In Woodl.wn..t1' '14 30 Fred L Conn r_.._.-._ I.U W,.. of : NfW AI Corn 200( ft W'Of NE- Cor'of El *. *--
Lot. S3. 40, 49, 14 In .' A In ( INI0 A W* NW*. if r
Woodlawn ___..._-__ .11 C 22 40 A.I.: Starling.__.. 17.11 A of 8E4of NWH ._._IS 6 11 II Unknown ___4 a- 9.at SEM of N'i'4 A run S W
I OA1MK8VIUJB GAMUT CO.OeJneavUte Lot 36.. 890 In Wood R II A of SRi.; of NWU.\ ,12 4 S3: Ic __ 52345ft 'U ft, W 10K ft. N. US f8
lawn -_ _-, ._..11N' SO Unknown! ,-_..- ._..... 1181 \\.ofNF.\o'NE.U. a 13 tbk own.__ ft. B 10. ft to beg._ .21 _
Us. Dbtrth..e J !., of NE44: of !SF.MJ1!I : I \\ 20 I.. 0. Weekley, Truetee .11.61 SWM of BEV: ",...,__,-, ... ,_!! 6 11 40 Ruby A. Hayev.1.40?;:--- : 6 S3 Geneva Towns a aIe
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SCHOOL De.erlgtloa II.... T R A Owaer A; Ct D** rl tlo. 1_ T a A Ow... ACast. Deert tl** 80 T R A Own.* ACeate. + ,; ?,

All Call NW St% ex of 1 SEVi A In 8 SW of Lot 27 of Blk 7. City Park NWVi of NWVI of I INV4 RW __10 T 23 10 It. B. Sullivan.8U .,____ .sa k .
Sub Dlv W. O'a Ad.
of NEW of NW A
| LESSON Cor lOll ft by 420 ft1S 8 S3: SED. Card.____._ 33.39 dition to Stark*____.13 8 II T. R. Toung.__.__.. 1.73 N t4 of SWiA of NKV. II: t@I it s v
Lot 11.1.8 of Blk 1 Orlgl. One acre ot land la SWVi of SWVi of NfilVi__10 7 S38KV4 50t. W. Edwards.---- a I

B MAY Z'J' 19S'* nal l Town of Starke, Stark bounded US by of SWVi-\ __________IS 7 S3BVAof 40 c 'H. Htvers..,_____-.. IJ.40
LoNE'4 of SWy4-28 8 S3 Unkno..n.. .----- I'.Ot Temple Ave, a by Pratt SICK\ E of Btark A a l 9' ,
a. B, t of Blk S St. W by Sanderson Therexna publlu 1'0ad1II T.n 40 Unknown -.-_.____.._ 10.81 'r it ,
m FOR JUNE 10, 1934ILiect Original Town of BtarkeNfWt lane, N by Beau Brlour of NW% ____, __.1' 1 S3 80 C. H. Rivers____?__,,,- ".11S } '
Jesus on the Cross. of SWVi__________28 6 S3 D C ,..Jones28 .. 16,06 Add ex 1 Lot 100 ft * K : Lot a, 4, 8 of Blk3as --,---- In BE Cor.__._,._.__$$ I 21 E. W. Hare__._.__... 111."$ W of _______________ 7 11 IS M. K. Mcdruder.._. 1.60'B
| Text: "Looking unto extended on KnHey map One lot of land In Stark I NE" NE A:
author and finisher of Original Town of Starke bounded N by Bib II. tL4o OfNWji NE'j oA. W or

R.It the for the Joy that was NKVi of SWVi__._____ 6 S3 Chas. Crutchfield ?--.-- 21.10 OrUr Town A. H & 8 by or NKH avi of ; ;'
faith; who Lot i, S, 4, S ot Bile 4 as Ry W by Thompson I NWU of NWVi A; that p i IE
before Him. endured the cross extended on Knsey map Street -.-,.-----18 t 23 Unknown ______.___._ 33.45 portion of NVi of NWI4' S '4
BL the shame, and is sit Original Town of Starke Th. 8 ISO ft of the tot of NWV4 H of Rv 1 S'

K IBing NBVi of SW%_..?.____.38 6 S3t T. A. Brlnson---------- 110.34 lowing described piece 8H'/i ot NWVi swv.. 1 ', pE' '
hand of God.
11, at the right Lots 6, 8 of Blk 6 Orlgl. : of properly. to-wlt 5' of NWVi less S.I4 A'. 1-\" r ,'{ .. ;', .', r
R nal Town of Benin at SW Cor of '. \ f.J] :". .' ," <'ji of Ry In SW Cor ftNWVi 'T ":' D
122. Starke. land Hold to Mr. T.'. T.. : \. '; of $ lless 1.4H S 4 .;. \ : ,; ,
27:33-80. y4 __ _.._..28 32e Florence ______ 37.83 1' '. i", .., "
Matt. Flynn 'X
R.8on Text: : slw "
Lor8'for'tI: ; 8 (Original : Long by a J. Tempi.. .; n A In BW Cor A 1.18 A ( ) VMl / r:" \ ., ; .', + y e
Km. of Lesson: 'Crucifixion Town of Starke. run E It degreoa. 8 41 In NB Cor of BWVi\ of ,,,! ';" ;
.. .thence' S 14 decrees / r SWVi\ ----..---______.-,_.17EM 7 13 *;--3ohn FiHorrL,,,... 65.11 R rlv ,
E-Frlday. April T, A. D.. 30.Kjce NBV4 of BWVi.________.38 ss T. T, McDonald.--.-- ....0 w S3* ft !
thence W
II > ex 4 A In 8R 'or H j of r. .''I.!'').: ,' A 5
: A small hill just outside Lot.nal 1,Town 8 of Blk of 18 Starke.Orlgl. degrees N 14 doirnei iI gs ft H_ 119 theno ft, Ry A NVk of NWi} &E10AofSE44ofNW ,"/ r 1."'d''y'I,' ...1 w.. .

Jerusalem. NEVi of BWVi___._.-_.38 8 33 F. F, Stump-,,.-----.-., 44.81 thenc E 14 deicreen 8 It A of NRV4 of :J\I'tt'.X',."'. s '
Kter the agony in the garden E SS ft S In of Lots 8, 8 41 ft to bee In Starke-_28 8 13 Bradford County Bank 18.85 SWi4' A R<4 of awS ex ,1.'h'; ', '. I",' r o-i

K tetrayed! by Judas andRated of Bile 16 Original Re. Blk In St rke bound. right of way Rd IS ____,IS 1 JI: 600 John F. 'Horr.-,___. 104.14 ?I'r' + F'
was Town of Btarke. NEVi ed N by I M W'i of mof> NRI4' A; ri !
by a band of soldiers sent of '4orB- --I- --38 8 33 Chas O. WoodbrldgCha .*_,__ 74.83 by Adam St. 8 "hlti less WI4 of NKVi .A NWli 3S '

Rioe chief priests. First He wasRD Lot 6. 8 i 16 ; r-: B Fayette Ht A W: ty St.-28 t S3 4 Edward Burn _.__.-.._ 128.74 A; NVi, of NWVi of 8WVt.lv 1 II 118 John F. Horr-- II." i T, '
48'*" ft Original Townof 3AIn11W Cor of "
NWH All SM of NWVi of BWVi\ s
to Annul and then Ciaphas, Starke. NEVi of SWVi.E .38 6 3* *. Q. Woodbrldg--, 148.13 of 8WV4 In Stark tens A; NICVi of SWW; H oft '" '

R, was high priest at that time. 88 8-SO ft of Lot 5, T I Lot. _.?_.___-.___._,l 6 23 Sirs J. S. Wynn..____. .1... >. S.&FHysx3Aln r' < )
R house Christ's trialore of Blk 17 Original Townof Com at 8W <:'0.. of Madison BK ('or'" NEVi of 8WV4 r

in whose Btarke, N1 "\ee of 8w4. 6 S3 Cha.. Q. Woodbrldge.._ 133.87 A SnnderMon 81 a A of SWVi -----__..____.!. T 13 ao 1111len John. _______.. 14.44 ,
the Sanhedrin was held. W 80 8-3 ft of Lot B, 7 run W 113 ft for a pt Com at SF! for of Rec 1$ 1

R of Jesus had been deRnlned Blk 17 Original Town of of beg, thence S !80 fe. A run N 72(4( yrt., W 70 sft ,
death Starke. NEVi of SWVi__28 6 S3S3 Chas. O. Woodbrldg.-- 1t.81 K lob ft. N 80 ft. W 35 yilK. s 13 V4 yds, W 70 i;

upon before hand by hisRoles E 46V4';{ ft of Lots 1, 3 of ft, N 234 ft to Madlaont. yds to beg-- A..__-.-__19 1 II 1 U. V. Saxon & 'l
and the trial was held toRe Blk 18 ex S 20 ft Original thence W 70 ft to 3. 11. Saxon.----,_ 80.41 r rof
of to theRrier Town of Starke. beg In BtarkeBeg -______..38 6 S3 -.I. C.' ltoblnon;.._.., 40.70 Com 70 yds W of SW Cor .5 ,
a good show legality NKV of SWV..__.____.28 < Unknown-------- 123.87 at NW Cor of Mad I. Nee ID A. run W 80
that they were determined Blk 81 Original Town of lion" Court 8tn A run dn. N 70 yds, K 80 :yda, s 5

!commit. The problem was to Btarke NEW of SWVi__-38 6 S3 Chas. Q.,' Woodbrtdg28 *-- 147.88 W 100 ft for a pt ot 8 70 )'dll to beg_________1EV4 1 J2 I Wm Kalehreat.r ...... 38.84
Lot 1. 8 A Frail Lots A, beg thence run N 105 of a I A lot In SW
4 a ground upon which JesusRht B ex W 50 ft of Blk ft. %'120 ft. S toll ft. H l or f.smw, of SEIi' of i + tt 45

be condemned.. This was 84 Original Town of .. 120 ft to pt of beg In r SJj\a\ n____..._ __. _.l1l 1 2:1: W, U. Uriffln.y ,__.... 15.131
the Starke NEVi of BWVi__. 8 S3 Unknown __.-------... 18.... Town of 8tarke___......tS 6 23 Unknown .______ 61.80 51114 In IIFJ"; of SIU'4' Com v
Ricult. Finally high priest Blk 28 extended on Brit at NW 'or: of Bay A ft R of SW Cor of ,
Bed Him directly whether heRe Brmey as map ex 8 100 Madison 8t" &: run N Ins aM Sffiw:' of HHVi' A run q
Christ the Son of God. ft &. ex E 80 ft Original ft, W 830 ft to Brond. N 880 ft, R]) 84} ft. 8 r4 { .
the Town of Starke way fit, Son said St' 105 660 ft, W 846 ft to b'g.19All 7 II IS Unknown .-_.__.__.... 30.81 1
R time had come when It was NEV4 Qf SWVi-_____._..28 6 S3 Unknown _______.__._ 18.'. ft to Madison St, thence that triangular pieceof
K on nald St 330 ft to Intid .
for Jesus toHre lying betweenthe
and necessary Com lit ft 29 S of extended NB Cor ,. beg In Stark-____._28 6 S3 Mr\ *. Josephine Edwards 61.30 Ity tracks. of the. N.
Himself openly upon thisHi of Blk Knney a* '* run 'G'" J, S *0 ft of Lot 5. 4 of A. L& U. 8A3'Athe ft
I matter and He did so. W on 80 ft. S 100 ft E 80 Blk 1, J. V. Jonea Add old disused Y of U. 8.

Ralghtway the high priest rent ft to Walnut W side St..of thence said o' ( Ont lot Stark of land-In Starke_Z8 6 S3 Mr.. Etta Brlnson__._ 1.23 LoA: 8 F.In Ry Hutsona-H A..__.Add_____to__19 T II Henry Drooks ______ 1,4. '

and declared Him N along 863 ft NASby210ft Hampton _, ,,. _18 1 .1
garments St 100 ft to beg Original ; --- -- Unknown.-____. 1,7$
HAW bounded N by Lots 14, 15 of Blk 14 In
of blasphemy and the coun- Town of i Starke, I
uy NEVi of SWV4-.____.___28 8 23 W. A. Stern_:.":".__.._ 30.10 Pratt St & E by San- Hampton 00.1 II 1 12 Unknown ,____.__ .__ IR..t
condemned Him to death. Then Beg 80 ft 8 of NB Cor -P" ,. dvraon Lane --?__..____,28 8 S3 J. W. Harrell,.._._.... 32.09 WV4 of BBV4 of M1V4..90' 1 U 10 Ira L. Adams.If. _______ .8t .
owed the mockery until ,dayHk Ilk 29 extended Lot T. 8 of Blk 13. In Lot 9 W of Highway Sub
of as
when sentence was formally on Enaey map & run IIIII : CUdklne Add to 8tarke-9 8 S3 Mr. I.lsiU Holllngs. Div of HW4! of 8WVi_-.30NV4 1 sa S V. A J. H. Haxon____' 1.U h
ilL ";: worth 18.04 of aw', of 8W14___.31 1 n 10 Ira S
W 80 ft. N 1. Adam_
ft. ---- -- ----- ______ 11.13
nounced. In the morning the Original Lots 12, 8, 4, R, 8 of Blk SrcVi, of NBI4 .______81 1 U 40 M. J. Clrnen. _
ft, E! 80 ft to beg IS, In Qasklna NWU.---- _____._.. '..58 /
sentence was finally conRied Town of Starke. Add to NKM of ._______-21 1 U 411 fllfford RahmeO. _____.__ 11.e Irl
th vain NEVi of SWViEV4 -____.__.S8 6 32 ,-, A. W. Ander.on-.,-__ 26.78 Stark ---_........___ID 8 23 1 Mr. Onle Freeman..... 11.36 84 of f""8K"i' 1'NW<4 ..--_-21 1 II 10 W., Rahme, Agt._____ .U
by Pilate after various 2 A In NKVi' of SEVt N<(4 MKVi of NWVi A y

Hmpts to appease the multitude of Blk 80 a. extended ex B 10Sft Bounded 10 by Dowllnga HWVi of NEVi._________It 1 U 410 Wm Kalnhreuter. ....._, 11.10 f
on Ensey Original: map Town of Add to Btnrke., S by SWVi of NWV.. ,-_-_. .__.23: 7 18 40 IIf..J. llroon__________ 11.40'
release Jesus. As Jesus was Starke NEW of SWH 6 22 Unknown_______..__ 8.25Lots St. W by WestmorelandSt Mtyof NEIIW..' _______.33 1 12 ao Unknown .-___?____.._ 14.111
a Roman citizen the method Blk 88 j-18 A N by Qaskln Add HWVi I \\4.-------.- _.3" 1 13 .O.J. D. Thompson...___ 11.." sa

execution would be the same M. 8.John.8 of Addition to to Stark _.__??,_____20 6 21 1 J. O. Boyd_-_...?.._ 6.35 SI5V of ftliBi-____ ._?_._.37NV4 1 18 40.J. 1>. Thompson....,__ 13..' v
m\\la Starke ____?__-____._ZS 6 22 -. A. W .Anderson-.__..:....__ 25.58 3 A In NW Cor of SRH otf4NII% A BWVI\ of 1
| that of a slave-crucifixion.Hparatlons SW Cor of SEy 6 A In. SW 8KV4 of NWV4\ .

for His execution 2A22ofRin of SBV4 of SWVi bounded Cor of Nm'4/ of .SK'4-29 8 S3 7 Edward Burns __.__.. 16.04 A EV4 of HWVi A ft H Of

quickly made and soon Jesus N by Johns Add. W Lots 1. 1. & E',(, of Lot 8 of ..rki4f4"0"( > \ : f&o.f.
In SB 'or of .
NISVt of
Sao I line, .
m two thieves are carrying also by Ry.Lot S 9.by 10 of Blk. NEW-1V4 A___*.....1___29 8 32 3 Dr. Ida J. Helberger.__ 16.04 A Noy or illU'4 of 8614..68 7 12 400 Unknown -.......,_.-.... 78 611/ b ,
NI'J'4 of NW _,,_____ _,_u 7 83 40 J. l'. 1. .._ '
________.__ 1'." .
Hues at the head of a procession 47 J.Stark M. Johns____.Additionto ._____.. 18 6 S3 J. O. Boyd.___.____.__ 32.00 W 78Mi 10B ft ft or of Lot LotIA10* In 813 HW'4 of JoIW .______-- ...8B 7 83 40 R. Y. Saxon.., __-____ 111.11 '
outs NW14 ot NID __ ______._.III 82
Hard 7
the< place of execution Cor of NEVi\ of 40 W. O, Seals' ..-______.__ 11.0 x

|e the city. When. Christ's Lot of S Blk* N 9 1 V4 Livingston ft I of Lot 1, \ A _._____......._NE11 ____.__29 6 S3 2 Mamie John _____.__. 13.61 EI V4 NEV4! of less BV4\ 1 of lot NK H7M]<4 of ft aW

length failed the crosswas, put Truby A Co's AdditionLota W01SftofLot4aoil! N .A B by' IS7 ft K A W.30Blk 18 10 l
to Stark. __ ___,,28 33 R. A. Newsom---------- 31.79 Lot S on S side of NE'4 6 Sub Dlv of otNW'4 1 Hampton Dev, Co..._._ 18.1'

|another. In the procession are 4, 6 of Bile 1. LTvrn r-. Lof NEW-ivi A. .;.- ;-28 8 S3 8 Mamie: I John ....----? IfUE'Ao ._.._-______NEVi--___ _.80 1.1 1 Unknown ..-_____...__.. I.IT
ny women who are weeping and IIton. Toby Co's Addition 20.18 8 ot NEVi of NEVi.:-- 0 S3 1 Mamie :John.------- : Blks 7, 8. U, 14, IB 1 16, 17
to Starke__...__ .28 8 23 Unknown .....________ '
Riling. And.when they wereBne of NWV of SEV4 ex Huh Dlv Of NEVi of ilS
Lot G of Blk 5 Livingston. i N 0 .-___ *__-80 < S3 14 Mary Skinner ....____. 7.66 NWVi _____?.___._____.30 7 13 14 Haggle B. Johnson._.- 11.60 .t4 ;
to a place called Golgotha & Co' Addition NH of awvT or si5l4 "
Truby ; Com 165 of NW
Ht Is to say a place of a skull, to Stark' ._________...28 8 32 Unknown _______.__ B.83 SRV4! of BEVi ex N Car of J'f NIt% A: S ,
to drink Lot. 4. 11 of Bile 11 Llv- 10314 ft -------30 8 S3 BO I ham Wilson ....____ 10.8081i run M 11 1.3 :yds, H lOflyds 5 y,

|ey gave Him vinegar Ingston Truby & Co'_ 8 33 -J. O. BoydUnknown ___.__: ..._.. K.0480.SS of swi-jinrzri"______30 1 S3 80 Herman Belferth.__..... ".14 W 83 L8 yd., N q
Hgled with gall; and When Hem Addition to Starke-___ .38 Eft of NE\\
tasted thereof. He would not Lot 6, 8, 9. II) Truby of Blk 11* fAN ofTty_.________..31 1 33 IS Unknown _____._._.._. 10.96 Flew at a pt 250 ft n of a .
Livingston. _______ 1 All EM of NEV4 of NEVi 865 N of
_.___ pt yds SW Cor f
28 6 33. -
|nk. The drink they offered Co' Addition to Btark N orRy- A._..... 6 31 S Orin Wilson ____ 8.'. of NEVi! \ of NBV4\ a run tIN
|a furnished by a society of Lot 6 of Blk '1,1c Livingston : I NWVi of NWVi ex 8 10 A31 6 S3 80 Herman Selfertk.____. 10.66 ) 740 "ft, B laity{ :yds.
Truby '. Addition B 8 A. of WH of NRV.: of W 740 ft, N U3t'( ydaBVi
toHy __________ 6.82
Kindly women in Jerusalem, to Starke--------28 6 S3 NEVt A NIA of NWH of to beg ...._.......w..au 7 S3 7 U. I.. WatUrson__._.._, 11.64S3 '
the sufferings of criminals Lot T of Blk 11 Diving- NE% of NEK: __________31 1 S3 18 Unknown --._________ 6.83 Lot 18, 14 IB. 16 of Blk a

en being executed. It is probBe ton, Truby Btarke A Co's.__Addition ___ .28 I 33 -:-_. Hayes A St.rnber.1.81 SWV4 of NEVi SIC'/\ of 18 In Hampion.O 1 W. B. Hick ___w____._ 14,81 d
to NBH ex 10 A on 8.Id*._11 6 S3 70 B. C. Hotttndorf.11.6 _.
.. N14\ of Rile 6 In Hampton__80 7 12 Miss Ada Nlmmo..:._.__ 61.41
that Jesus was not willing to Lot O 8 40 ft of Lot 1. NE4! of SR44 otN614..:s9r.69 6 13 10 Louis Kahr .._,.,..._ 1.88 Lois I. 1 of Illk 11 .A Lot
den His suffering, to escapefull of Blk 14 bounded 8 byJ. Com at SW Cor of NWU 6. 7. t of Blk It In

death a sacBet O. Turner land. Llv.In..ton. of 8E% run R S60 ft, Hampton ._-_.....-.___10 1 21 L. J. Wynn: ..____..__. 0.1'
of as
penalty Truby tc Co's Fenella ft Louise N 800 ft' W 850 ft, B Lot. 7, 8 of Bile It In fw

for the sin ,of the world. Addition to Stark*______18 8 S3 Snyder ________.__ 16.58 800 ft to bea--1H A___,,38 1 S3 .' Simon Try.on _._.__._. 1.16 Hampton .....,_.-____.10 1 13 Hampton Dev, Co.____ ',1' yet
and Com at 8E Cor of NWU Lots 8. 4 of Blk 13 In
|nd they crucified Him part- Lot 4. 5 of Bile ,18 Mvingston. of 8EV!: A; run N 180 Hampton _-?_.,_-_.____.JO 1 S3S3 W. O. B.alsHampton __.___._ t.'I 47
Truby 'Co's
|His garments casting lots; that St.ark.11* 1 S3 J. O. Boyd-------___ 18.0. to pt of beg thence Lot 3, 4, .. 6 In MaCalls/ I',
might be fulfilled which was Addition to W 210 ft. N II Add to Hampton___ _..__10 1 Dev, Co...___- 1'.1&
Lot 1, S, 8 of Blk 19 LlvIngBton. 110 ft, 8 210 t ft ( : Lots 19 10. 11 of nik It

ken by the prophet They part- Truby .* Co' I 21 Nat Williams _______ 23.113 .a2AonNside of a Tft In ilampton----$0 1 S3 Oenrgla, Southern APia
|my garments among them, ando Addition to 8t.rke.11 A tract of land In NW& fly' Co.______,. 7.44..
vesture did they cast lots.m Lot. 1, 8, 13. 14 of Bile 14* of SKY _._._.__.____...31 6 33 S Jas. Albert _.__...__... 6.18 Com B7Vi\ ft N of BW Cor 1 1of

my Addition Truby Stark*_38 I S3 Unknown _________.__ 11.11 One lot of land 148 ft maIn NBVi of NEVI A run S1 S
sitting down. they watched Co'* to BB Cor of NWI/4of I H 850 tNl914yft, W

m there; and set up over His Lot 11, 1*, U. 14 of Bile SBVi! __..-__ -S3 6 S3 Green Hamilton .-.__. 1.42 860 ft, H 19Vb? ft to beg.10 7 SIIt Quasi Durden A

THIS 87 Livingston Truby 33 Unknown _________.__ 1.11 1 A In BW oofE4hof J. H. Haxon..,.._._. 11.1t:
|td His accusation written. Co' Addition to Stark*_28 NWVi of BBVi. _33 4 S3 1 El. J. Johnson_______ 180
--- of MBVJI\ of BEVi.__....-..30II 1 10 R. Y, Bason._____ .lIt
JESUS THE: KING OF THES. Lot 8, 0, 10, 11 of Elk 25Livingston Lot 4 of Blk I, Lincoln NSy of Nit-._-.---.__- 1 13 to B. Y.
Then there two Truby *..38 I 32 -n.: A. N.w.om______ 14.68Lot City __.,__...________.32 t S3 Unknown .__.-...___._ 1.11 E of 8W'A .. WI4t of NaaonI4.7
were Co' Addition to Stark* Lot 1 of Bile 7 Lincoln 1014 .__ ._____.__....___3l 7 It 157 W. B. 111ck.-----._ 4.In4
eves qruclfled with Him one on I of Blk 11'Llvln.-- "; City __.________ .-11 1 31 Simon Tryson ...,__.__ 6.30 Lot 7 of Wft of NWVi_..81: 1 84 10 If n known _......____ ..1.
m right hand and another on the ..ton. Truby A Co' Bub S3 Basic Davl..__..___. __ 8.11I Lot 1, 8, 4 of Blk 7 Lin. WV6 Of NWi! of NWVi..,..33It 1 33 10 B. Y. 8a&on.____?.__ '..4
Dlv of NE'4 of NEV._- .38 t coin City .-_-_--.._S3 6 S3 Alice McPashlon ___. 1.16 NWVi of MID\\4 A: WV4 ofKV 45
t And they that passed by re- W !"Blk IS Lot. 8. 8 of Blk 11 Lin, : ? of HWVi...__._-.__.19 7 33S3 ,60 J. R. Dover__._____ 1'1 +54
Bed Him. wagging their heads.d .ton Truby Co's ISuDiv 11.11 Lo"tolr City$2 6 S3 Jessie Johnson _.___ 1.10 NBVi\ of NBV4-: ........... 4 1 40 J. D. Thompson..... 11,40Corn .
of NEV4 of NB%-__ .38 6 S3 Ella Matlh.ws.- of Blk 18 JJncoln at NW Cor of NBV
saying Thou that destroyest _____. .._ .. _13 S3Lots
of Bile 13 City .. 6 Dan J.nkln.--. 1.41 of A run M aU
4 tjvlna--
Lots NJIIl'la
temple and bulkiest it in three .ton, Truby .* Co's Sub S, 6 of Bile II'Lln. yds. IJII334 Yd" N all
mn save yourself. If thou be then Div of NE'4 of N928 8 23 Metta'Hammett ----- 1.66Lots coin City Bl-------____IS 1 S3 Julia Albert _______ 7.66 :yd7iA k 13274402 NE t
of Blk 18 Lot I of / : 4
of God come down from the I I. 4 Truby A Co' Sub City _____j______._.__.S3 11 Wllll King __________ 1.43 less l A In Nl0 Cor A r
Vn. Likewise ''also the chief .ton Dlv of NEVI of NE%____Z8 I S3S3 A. T. Paul.-__,_____ 1." Beg 16 ft H of NW Cor of A In HW -11 A..._JI 1 11 11 W. W. PackbamJ. ___.., Sl.oo

I' of Bile III BWVi of NWVi run 8 'NWK of ._. -_16 1 11 40 D. Thompson11.13 i
tats the 1 or EVi NW'4-1. -i
Him with LoU 1.
mocking I A 157 ft, E 711 ft, N 111 Com CoP
Vibes and elders, said He saved I CoTi:n Sub o Div. of Truby NEK ofNEK ft. W 794 ft to beg.._____$ 6 II 4 Chancy MoDougbald 1.16 of N65OW! of NEyat. run 1

Burs; Himself He cannot save. .__..____._--_-18 I UnknownD. _-__-_._ 11.67 NE'A of SW __, 8. I II 40 Unknown ____.___ 11.35 W 180 ydeN0110yds.
6 A In NW Cor of NE4y K lit yds, B 110 yd. to
He be King of Israel, let Himw Lot 1 Of Blk 11 Living-Sub of NW/ d.11 0 11 1 J. O. Boyd.____._.___.. 6.13 _=_. _________.-6 1 12 5 H. B, Roebuck._._.__ .... la4
come down the cross' stop, Truby .. Co'NE-__!$ S3 : L. Lloyd______ 11.17 I A. In S. Cot 0f S1YKof \ 8Vio"f Bw'4 of a&4I' 1 U 20 Robert 13. Starr*,._. '..11I
f>rom Dlv of NE'4 $1Livingston NWV W of Ry.....__ 6 Itt t King Chandler. __.__, S.80 BV4 of BWK of NWK *x

| la God; Let Him deliver Him Sub of NE'4 of 6 A In NW Cor of NEK BBK" *. NW'4 of MBK. I 31 1 71. Unknown,,._____--- ".10. w

*, If He win have Him: for HePL ___D\v__\_.____.___11 I 32- Unknown ....______ '.11 of 8E'"4 belna- BK ex B 40 rds __...____.11 t 11 200 'H. J. Stewart____ 61.618
Blk II.18"10G B A: W C15of. 814 of atfe. of BWK *. B14NVfc .
4 o. Arin4N2
I am the Son of God. The S 10 It of Lot ft Llvlnlf.ton 8 A 11 bb.iing of BV of IIE\4.\ ._ ._...11 tWMlorBBVi 21 120 L,, Q. Wetraer. ____._ 81,15
Peves. also which were crucified Coo Sub Diy NWK\ of *EM of BWVi of i
Truby A: 33 Ida Simmons '.11 891% ft NASby417. % HW' .11 t 11 t Unknown .__... 1.01 iv
th of NEV4-___.__-6 -------- *
| HIm cut the same In Hisftb. of NE'4 It ft on N side $13 ft All BWvJ"of"BW"vI""Wof
NOW from the sixth hour Lot.Livingston 3, 4 or W%Truby of Bile ACo's on.8 sld* to public road.31 I 11 11 Cha. a. Woodbrldg. 13.10 Ry ex 10 A I. SW Cor_.13 INV 31 II J. H. Lawrence,__._, t...

iJiv NE14 Lot 1 of BIll 1 J. M. JohnsBubtHvof of .A awl of S d dCori
of NWVi
rt was darkness over all thepd tub 22 >-. Lola Duhart ____.._ 14.30 12 1 Mrs. Carrie
of _____.__.____ I NBK ofNEM-lt Thornton- 10.7 SWM.x\ 3 A In NW
unto the ninth hour Jesus I of Lot I of Blk: 1 J. 11. John ; I A In BW CorA
ed with Lot I A: 8% of lot Tru. Bub Dlv of NII\4\ of NBK.ll I 31 f Mrs. Fannie Stewart.., I." BMVi of NWVi ex
[ a loud voice, saying Blk 47 Livingston,
MB Cor of MBU! of 111.6 AInNOCurA A
of Bee at
P. EU, lama sabachtha-nIT that by ot Co's NBH _______18tJaViivwi sasi .nlli. Ilce.U ----. 1.11 NEK .Arun W 3" ft. 8 W947ftofSwoeftf %i
I'o' say My God My God why N1BV4 1011I ft. E 38* ft. N 1492 MIRU of \ .HW
rt Lots t'of' BIk ft to beg.._-'--_14 1 11 10 R. K W. Hen est.____ 10.71 W'4 NW
thou of Addition
forsaken m*? Some L I I. 'M. Ora,...____ ".04 py .. ..
em stood there whom they heard to Btark*__-.t.--. $ N%7 A of In NW N1y.Co OLn* Nof : 14/of: 04?, ft 01 BW'A.18 I II tlO H.. 3, Stewart.:,,,.___ ".111 ;

** said this calleth for Lo"1 of saiC.V to: 8* NWY4 6814u of NKVi*__--._-_ItBVt 8 If 10 C. If.. D,*_.___ 11....
I1". A.nd'* man of thew.!!lark.----.>.._..;._ ,., 1 si S. '". DowU....__....._' ".1' 1:0\: A -_-.-= -,,,_U I II 14 Mattl Morgan ____ 11." of BBVi of BBVi_5414.U 0 13 SO Unknown .__..._-.-." '.'i
'straightway one Of \ I U tf A. K.: Wal1_._ __ Lot* 1, for Bill 7 or y
em ran and took a sponge and Lot.t.le. s 6 ff .f N.Eats 53114.1 NB<4 of NWW BBV4 ..X NWK.--.34 8 A laB ? It.IT o f .KVt" of BII:%..:__iil6 1 S3 SO N. T. Beabranohtl .____,. I'... ,
Bill B. .
7. 6 of :; 31 D. .., 111. DunluuB... IUOLofo II t \
16 Bradford
W It with vinegar and put it on Jone.Addition to Bwrkj-SS I $ Car --_--.M County Bank.. 11.76S.OI nSW.v.2iwY'lA.3B t 4 J, K. 'Areon *

reed and: I 6AinNW Cor of NWM\ D. O. Btewart.__._ 384.
and gave Him: to drtnk. :, Lot: 1'$2 a of; NEW, ._____-u.._It I IlIA. B. Wall_.....____ ft NW y4 +,

P* rest said Let 'b*,. let'us ,see "Sv-iu.10!" *!!--li II Mrs.' 7. K. LongUnknown -____ 80.40 Com at MB Cor of NWK 1-1\ 3l VJLL! ...__.11 1 II t Jos.ph .Bolt .._._____ 10.11
; of OWU *. run N
Ellas wlll.coiae 'saven. Tsm9lea All "NBVi' of BBV m of Ry
lAddition of Bill 1. ..... ft. W It4 ft. B 733 1-1 5
[ Jesus when. H*. had crtepto < Lot to Stark.-26 it .- --- ft. S3 134BEU ft to b.g.-11 I II 10 R. L. Lee.______ 1.'. Cemetery 18 A ex 4- A_Keystone--------13NKi I 11 .14 J. B. Larson-__ 4.83: 1l

with .a loud voice, .yielded Lots 11 14 of Blk U.Tern- .. R.' Osbora.__ $33.7 of NWV4-____${ I II 40 Mamie Oelger __-.__ 11." of : 1 A In w
the pie. Addition to Starll.11 II \ of MBtZttZ :! __I5 1 .II 40 O. W. Hloson., A..t.JI. NB CoP ofYnt\ ot NEV4-I4 43 I. O. ...__ 11."*
| ghost. Luke ch. 23:30:43: : Blk 10. T.n.le.l Addition-t0 IS Unknown ____._ '..11 of .w of-NEY4. ...II I 'I' 10 I. A. Donnelly.___.._.. T.11 NB Viof IIW .___..___....}4NWVi U 4* .W.tmtr.._.____ 13.40
|ys that before Jesus died one of to 8t.rll. __-_ -. -- aW\4\ of SEV4.__._66 1 40 Unknown ___ 11..' \ of HWVi ._____._16 I 13 44 Unknown ._____ ....

| thieves repented and asked Hisruing Bill' '!.T.ne- 2dward.___ .... NWVi of NWU\ .. 1 A In 8 fli NW'4 A NII1'4 of .
o'f.l'AddlUo to 8tark..2$ 1 11S3 3. W. BW Coy for school, ._ f 7 11T I* Ruby A. Hare__._ St.1I \ .___..___.1' t It 130 Unknown ,..,.._..____._. 81.19
and Jesus said Today Lots 9. 19. of Bill !.. TsmoU Warren P.rkln __ 8.S2 N u, of MBVi of llWVi_ 1BWV4 11 'f.J. W. Edwards.____.,. 9,11: Lot ite,..._______._..1 t 11 80 Mrs. L B. McOlll.,,,,. ...f 1
|alt thou be with me In paradise" Addition to Btarh-8S I % \ of NBVi:\ .______ 4 1 11NW(4 40 U"c1 O. Whit NEt' A: R:<6 of

Lot 14 of Blk U. Pk 1 SSS3 T. 1. William___ S.SO U. W. AW.rm.n.18.70 ofofNE3 .... .____11 t 11 'O.J. D. TAomOSOn.t01 ",
[The of BIko $ W4' 01 "' ( of BWWgof .--- 4 t 11 10 Unknown ____.__ 7..8 NE\oIa\ i 8 tl 10 Unknown ._._____ .... "
seventeenth President Lot of P.eiIstarkCAny2 1 T. ,e.! WilliamS3 *_._ _. 1.41 NE .. NA7y\( AofNWt4oflf2134of \ .
l e United States Andrew, John 4ltion to Starke------28 NWKpf 1YE74N9 Ala $ t 11 6 John Davis .__._, 1.I8L 6d.'
II. never attended school. Lola 8. I. 7, S of Silt 4, NW Co,.___.....?. I 7 11 64 Dr. Ida J. HNb.rf.r10,80 BVi f of tilt o-----------.2 42N6k J:.

j. n. A Iv are. Additionlo'etarke 1 '- J. J. Sullen ___._ 1.31 Beg 110 ft33ofNWCoy .. II 3.2 7".
-'------- ,7"A of NWV4\ of NBVi\ .*. runS218ftK430ft.N$10 NW\4-\ A __. $ I 11 41 A.YlemiM Alleles O. .,
a:: C. :+I, ... CtF ....... Lots A. B. of BII& ng _.. -___ ll./r

r0tae t ....,., ..... .. r........ Wynns ..dltlo_ to .S Boyd Holloway .-.....-. ..... ft. W 420 ft ta t>.g,...- I 7 tl S Miles noblnson ____.. 4.13 NWIi of aWy4__-._11 t tl 40 Ton.,. Mitchell -.-_ "
0.. ._a... .. 11I.- M. ....- Starksi.,-_____D_o'Blk i9W BVt of KEYS of NBK! lose I 01 $Wy-' __.____..... I 33 40 Leigh M. Pearaall..,_..,.:' IL.OW'4 .
-. B,A..ltlo.to C.. about. 4 A In NB Cor .* MW'A 0 NW...3$ t, 33 10 Mary Wllkcrson _. t.11I ,
)lOT ICE".IOI.tL 1eo11c, that a. Wynne--1' I II Dr. Ida 3. Helb.rg.r6.10 BBVi\ .f NEV4-:! ,.._ 5 1 II I' Unknown _,,.-.- ."_ 80,13E NNW off l'A!: 8W\4.\ J;,
JII HEREBY GIVEN Starks _.. S3 300 Leigh M. ,.
W y. of 1ef171H-_ P.arsaq134J&5
.__ I T II $8 Or..s Mf. Co.--, 12.16
uadaeigaed will. .. the lard iICit7Park of SP.4---: 31 .
I 10
Wllker.on _
$14 .f 8E14 .f NII\411:\ Mary" __ 1.n ;
r Lot
Jun. U14. pr..at to OJI "W N of NJr4:! 01 !
Rnnor&AI. C..nty Judge of Nub IIt.ak.--.1 A I II Unknown ,.........- 1.71 BViU \ __ N6S.f I T 31 I Uakaown...___ 3.60 BV4 of NRK of NBH: ex 1, '
,d .dlLloa .to NW Also. I A L
lord A In Cop
cot,. rinrKtaber does! hot I 01 Blk 3. City Park of NW% *
|"rn. account end voucher as Ad W. A C. Ads 3w* otlrwvi .A. 8WM\ I 1 11 340 W. H. Smith....__ 4'.*07.K In BB Coy of NW54\ ol J;;
Sub T. :R. Tonng.Dlv. ...,_ 1.71 HJlJy' ____ '4 1 11 10 Bvallna Barton ..._ 1..t
'ratrlx' of th. Estate of Ever 1 II --? TlWViNWVi 7 7 31tt 30 Unknown,,.___ "
Starks.----t8 of
dltlon to BH ofBBVl Lot __ __ _._ .17 8 11 84 Leigh. M. .i.
Johns and at said 40 Unknown... .' ._ fsarss.ll.._ '. .t"
1 _
then deceased. appllU Lot 2 of Blk 4' Clt Park \ of NWVi! ___";""'" 1 ---- 1.1' lot 1 .34 8 31 37 Leigh. M. Paarsallt ___ la.Oa .
and .J..1 make final Nub Div. W. & C's Ad Frank A.. Bweesyn __ Ml I A In BB COT ot BVi ot Lot. .. irirJirrrrrrrLot 11 tl 151 Leigh M. Pearaall.___ 18.11 k
> th
for a of dltlon to storks$2 sayt4, of. & 7 1 11 I Lacr Rllch __.-.,,._... II." 4.s ii< A In NB CorA ;Iqi
P at..of her administration dls- Lot 3 of BIk I. City Park WH bf WV4 of dVP4y.0\ T 11 40 John 11'. Horr1.18 lot 4'a 18 A on K
and fas aa order Sub Div. W. A C Ad.dltlon of IIW% '* side. A all Lot 1. 6. t, 4yfi
: of
her' ...cla Admlnlstra Mrs.' Edith ,Rawley..-. 1.71 E% WV4
a* -
to Stark.----l1 8 s of Wit of NB4? of 10, II, II. 13. 14. 16__36 23 401 Leigh M. Pearsall-,,._ 11141 yJ;

1"10 the S8th day of Mar. Stir, 6' 21 Iota. Cltl I Park / BWVi Also com I ehn B Lot. 1, .. 3, .. 6. 4 or Frael ;"
Sub Div. W. & Ads_. .2t ( jj, +. Frank A, 8wees7.2.1+ $ IW KW C. .....-.,+..":.__..__l. ... t IfIt.1'.IItt.-.r-tor.' Par lt:' _. In.''";' '-f,.
A ELIZABETH JOHNS dltlon tie 8t.r..._ .. 11 ...AVing89 Lot 1. 3, I_,,____11 0 It Ill Leigh M. Pear..ll.6KI. .yp,dc419'K111QuIrTfltlponENur
'faMidh...' a..t.I L.4f Btk :"cr1&4. f ;li.*. N cho*
Sub W 4.131 .I.b.049.,.. .5 f. ..i* .16/tfrlGnMeOruNgww.,4xt';1M \ fifI RvMNttt( 0..1. .1MY114W. +'..t- .
ONn K. .I..... Deceased lii {y4. ,
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f PAGE. EIGHT___. __ n_ .. __ ___. --- ..- ---. - --_..- --- ..__. h 18,1

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Maybe You've' [l e ODD---BUT TRUE

Our' Board of County Commissioners "" ,

1877 faced with'TWflslbte-'rourt!

.. .. -.- --. .......- --. actlori On one hand and the inabil! ..Heard It But

Published! Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second l -Class ity" 1' dfnlnclinatlon of the people ,
to"pny taxes on the other hand, 4..
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FlorIda '
has decided to give the populace an (Nt BUftN0 FOR
_d __ ___ __ .-- --- .. -- opportunity to express Itself in the BEAT4N4, A PATH

E. L. Matthews, __ _______________-__Editor and Owner matter of refunding Bradford fellow A week put or on sago a an swell Industrious trained ''1'r' 1 'r< CROOtMDGAMSUHC DtVICL"S 1 1I
.. County bonds This opportunitywill
-- - --- one'of busies I
be given to the people at a mouse act on; our ', i, \% so GWKCCHINK
SUBSCRIPTION,, RATE special meeting to' be held at' the street corner Jle had an empty i u4 Tit I NITtD tlo as
and fruit Jar with;| some, kind of pat .' STAY 8 ttu ass' M
In Advance court house Monday morning
Six Months 75c-Payable
Yearly $1.50 ,
Invitations have been Issued to representative ented lid with\ a bale< In It, and ttiAT lAitaE d'I sow' a'rp'CtoRIE9
Advertising Rates on Application citizens from different when he placed the jar In a cage AR4

... well full of rats they made a mad O KavT Blrgf .4''J p
... -- _- -- -- ---------- ----- parts of the county as as a
general Invitation which has been scramble to ace which could be IAANbIACTORiNO I', ,
{ Turn out to see the baseball team in their new uniforms. extended to all who are interestedin the first Inside. The old proverb I< a a Ft9ll Y1tENtpn
about the who build the
man can r
o this matter.: '
beet mouse .rap must be true, because
Honesty is the best policy, but it doesn't pay a very bigpremium Briefly, the situation is that local' citizens beat a well-
bonds ;
Bradford road are
County worn' path to the man's( cage to
$50,000 in default
now. approximately
purchase the patented tops at
0 and the default Is growing e.
twenty-five cents per each. Since

It is almost time for "nature lovers" to begin stripping come greater more each and year more as unable people or unwilling be. that time we have been wondering NalRa1fief's
\ I
If any of the local purchasers had
the dogwood trees. to pay taxes This situation
had any luck In persuading
is, of course, Increasingly annoying
-- -- -------
elusive mice to investigate the interior

A new baseball park is likely to be the next big improvement chased these to the bonds people when who they were pur \ of the fruit Jar, and It seems aillC '

.4 around town. void in 1922 and 192S. and they are that newspaper reporters In other rmr w wuam yon p'0. ,'
towns have had the same curiosity.For Tttl nMR '
insisting on their money or on ire-
o instance, the Gadsden County 0
funded bonds which will bear Interest ? /aepr
Herald the fol.
The season is now closed on "pointing with pride" and ,- since defaulted bonds bear lowing paragraph recently printed on the subject: 1 1' r cur
no Interest until they are finally 1
"viewing with alarm." retired. "Well what do you know. After

o running down: that, specialrat trap
Another thing to be taken Into contraption asa trap for catching '14 i4

4, It's about time to ask Dad for a loan so you can buy him consideration is the fact that it is wary two-bit pieces only word has ,
believed by many that in November ., '
a necktie on Father's Day come from River Junction that one
the people of the state will rat- of the fellows who purchased a
O i ify the Homestead exemption Act.
trap has caught a mouse. It wasn't
t: Wonder if Einstein could dope out how an election is If this act becomes an amendmentto I much of a rodent, however, and

going before the final precinct is heard from? the constitution a refunding 1 was described, as one of the grammar
bond cannot be issued against
not marked
school variety, any

It Is rumored that Mary a Pickford-might run for Con they homesteads will then in the be exempt county since from II Intelligence mean. ?The, name if you of know the proud whatwe '.-' 1M THtY TtU.:-THE"J' tune fiat wile cwt ,;

'' gress. As If that body weren't enough of a show already. taxes. This situation might be owner of the trap is Burma P1I- Of t!WYKT 8Y Midair at %"
: Dr
highly pleasing to the homestead. cher' and he says he used corn LbO\ KU40 A CAT r ml {

4 0 i er, but the burden would neces meal and cheese to lure the ,unsuspecting CAT* EYES TIU TO tart
President Roosevelt'has advised foreign nations to "pay sarlly have to be borne by other little creature to his

14 debts." And that wouldn't be such bad advice to take at I property, both mercantile property doom. It looks like we are goingto what he said in the news columns, I Governor' Elicitz the
on basis
and In such event the
: home either acreage. an have to take back all we said he would rave and carry on some House Bill 175 and his
Late poaitl
burden on theoe two classes 0o
last week If and rats lii .
J would be and more more thing scandalous. with .,regard to schools
o property exhorbitant let their C e e
curiosity, get the best of
Dave let 'em
We are afraid the depression is just: beginning for that bond buyers would not purchase them and walk into these special Before Jim'' Lee v/ent to Tallahassee the psychological snort and howl uUl
I moment
the bonds for that Tq f ir
refunding very jassi j jBy
i Canadian mother and father who had five little daughtersborn reason.. traps.; But at'that what does one" ::; the Comptroller's office then calmly knocked the props

at once. '. ," months rat amount between; friends. RUSSt&1'RAYSee.sm.ry used to take It. own sweet time from' under 'em with two w
Several the Telegraph
about distributing tax 'due
money timed and clearly '
fl ride Pews pub'
I 0 advised the postponement of In 'the past few days: we have -r.. ,..-..., Aw-'jno-' schools and counties but now it's statements.
,' The saying "I'd rather be right than President consideration of all refunding Interviewed several of the trap := : different.,
was I
proportions until such time as the purchasers. One of them stated! Well thing we've 1 learned, in Recognizing the pannage! of U
made before'' Roosevelt demonstrated that it to ; this is that The other day the Comptroller'soffice Wilcox Bankruptcy Bill as elf!!
I was possible Wilcox BUI had been pasted by our that he did catch a rat, but that I political campaign radio received .
4 be both at the same time 'national 'Congress.! This bill was he was rather a sickly one, and I stations know more about the form of railroad school$400.000 taxes.in This the tive relief for debt burdened u
divisions, the Governor
value of TIME than pointed
designed to give counties and the newspapersknow
owner of the trap thinks'that
o value amount was distributed to the various that it entirely eliminated HBill
about the of SPACE.
towns the authority to handle their he !
went Into the
possibly trap to
The Plant City Courier wishes that clothing makers counties the same day It was 175 as an Issue.
own refunding and would have seek refuge'from his fellow mice, When a candidate called his op-
} would sew on buttons with'as much zeal as is devoted to affixing simplified matters considerably but who"were. probably playing too >onent< a "liar" It was news and $390,000 received.'was Last spilt week a'and payment distributed of- A day or, so later he preacnti i
up intelligent .workable! IIclutonthe !
for the fact that in the form in
the: himfront
size and rough. newspapers gave
price tags. to forty counties between '
which it finally passed Congress it '- page space but if he wished to tell troublesome! school probe
j o- trains. As a result the Florida Eticatii::
was rendered practically useless LOVE the radio listeners the same storyIt
Many Bradford County housewives hope that one of the Because it was amended to require cost him several' dollars a min Newspapers that 'published theatate Association and the Leads f
laws of the last
seventy-five per cent of the bond Love Is a snare ute with the dough on the barrel legislative Better Schools expressed the
1 early results 'of "recovery". will be the re-employment of a hold re to approve any compromise And Love's a delusion head. session also,, got a taste of',JimLee's hearty approval and are now"fu

home demonstration agent in this county. that the court might see fit Love creates care efficiency when they received him when previously they we
From, the viewpoint of hard-
checks from the
to allow. And Comptroller's "agin" him.
o causes confusion. I
radio executives the fact
office within twentyfourhours The Governor not be a notlcian !
One writer says the best thing to do when caught; in a However, If postponement seemed love. Is a thirst that so-and-so was about to apply of authorization. : but he's a may darn smart t elk

lie is to laugh and assume a mysterious air. That's all right the wiser course several months And Love 14 a bubble for' the job of' Congressman'was Good habits like ,these are entitled
ago, the possible impending pass just plain old fashioned advertianlg to
Ready to burst to ,recognition and shouldn't women tl
unless else About 1.650 belong
someone assumes a pugilistic air. of
the Homestead
age Exemption In front of
r a microphone, although do Jim '
And cause..someone trouble. a bit of harm If he decides cigar-making union in Londo
e Act and the failure of the Wilcox it might be NEWS to some
0- that he'd like to be re-elected England, compared to only 6!
A Pennsylvania prison board has started serving better Bill to offer any practical solution, Love la a flame r dumb editor. later on.During, men.
would seem to Indicate that the 'Twill sear'and 'twill shrivel And Mr. So-and-so didn't pro- e e e
;' breakfasts in'an effort to prevent prison Why not time: has come when some kind of, --
escapes. Love Is a name teat He laid the coin on the counter the recent campaign, In Spain Latin Anuiii
serve It in bed. and be sure the plan works? action Is necessary For meaningless! drivel. and spoke his little piece. But some candidates for legislative feminine toreadors are winning U

j 0 At this time it Is not known If the next Issue of the newspaper seats have been ravin and tearln'their plaudits.of delighted audience
Love Is
what kind of proposition will fee offered not worth failed to tell Its readers exactly hair In an effort to discredit bull
We are afraid the National Egg Laying Contest'at .Chip- to the county commissioners i The powder to blow it.. '.. fights,

i ley' Is going to suffer a set-back-Florlda editors ate up- so by bond holders and for this vary All o'er the earth ._ ,__u,_ _

many .of the hens on their recent visit there. reason It is Important that a large.I The cynics: :>.will .show it. ,'

group of Interested' taxpayers be Much do they say Better ai. Sensational
o $
reaent 1o hear the discussion of '
> ; : 1 Against and not for It :
j ; Barbara Hutton and her titled husband rare' Already reported tile problem and help assist the In ? s
every way., NEWC30QPYEAR
9e, to be having marital trouble. Perhaps hojfound out commissioners in their decision. They bitterly score It. O'' v

that Barbara had In calling Monday's meeting, the
a one less million than he had figured on. '
commissioners have stated that All'may bi so- ,
o .-. they prefer, to get the sentiment Believe it. or,doubt: 1t'i':; they Tirg3 .L

;i In sixty-four years the world won't have enough iron to the taxpayer before taking final'' Yet. we all kao\y? "yy met
meet'-lta' needs, says German scientists. Politicians however action. In other words, the board ,?;We carjfjt; do wjthout It: f Hot'roads"glow '
y ,
,prefers to be advised before it acts,
will see to It' that our supply of brass doesn't run short.1o rather than to be criticised after it -By' Blanche, It.: Griffin In. ';the ;/'% A7OT
"l '-.oi. ,.* & 'Wjp '' -WE
Friend "
i.cU. It Is their belief that every emo ?: "! liT itr. ..:.* __,j-i wn > ._ --- -

The Winter Haven Herald thinks that the taxpaying citizen\ owe it to tho
i maybe
reason oounty to,, give the boarcl, the. benefit 1'llp REMEMBERS; .
l :.why these fellows who buy new cars are always wiplpg them pt hlfhJttleas, on the matter, and ,Who rcruenibera the good old

off every morning: is because 'there's" so much due on them. that the beard owes to the' people clays when folks used to go toKlnglday

o .. the right of an opportunity to ex- Lelce for peace and
WI'I' >rois; their wtehes.\ quiet? Nsw-a-days! they might
Tho Clermont Press beta that Florida dltors'wh. ;bave C.o; there for ,.It, but they coma!

t been appointed postmasters get a lot. of good,, live: copy .by TOO :MfCH riULOSCPHY lack: with ajiaadache.. All Kings- Y v T 17

reading the post cnrda that pass!' through-the "Too much ,philosophy" was Icy needs U a couple! cf hot dogt.tmls ,
', cancelling, blamed recently by the presidentof and; it, would give you a
q, jnachlnes, ; .. a leading Southern university fair idea of,:,what COQey Island, I

!i -.."- .. --t-. r- fur the suicide of one.of, the 4asU looks l like en a"warm summer aftvuoon. .
Lisbon Falls Enterprise: that Button's "most t brWiagt '/illudents ) Thoy tell .ua that we
politician Is
says clover
"Bettor, by far'! that you >!houMqrgst l ihouM never lament anything that x
,f one who can climb on the rear of the band wagon as it passes and smile.than that you remember truly be construed as progress, so If you've .escaped trouble so far on thin old !

>' and then make the public 'believe that 'he was:* driving the and bo sad." read one of don't tak Q, thisas, a'1 lament Too tires, thank, your lucky 'stars--and have us
the notes by the aotudl'nt''de.' \ -" quiet gets kind ofmonotonoueR4ter ?
blamed thing from the start. :' put on new 1 Good years!-blowout protected
a This is an instance that:well II- ( : awhile, 'anyway.I'EUIIArS.tCIIOPENIIAL'EK ,
o I' uatrates that old adage about a r.--- by patented Supertwlst Cord in every ply.

_ ; Lakeland has taken the stand that if itinerant showmen little knowledge being a dangerous Let us ehow" you why the public buys MIL 43 More Non-SkW

want to come to that town, to collect nickles and dimes and thing. Perhaps the young student The other flay, a young fellow, LIONS more Goodyears than nny other tire. Mileage..Flatter%I I

quarters .they should be had Just entered into, the study of about sixteen;' we Imagine, came Try our real tire service! M orB
; to pay state, county and city philosophy! and had unfortunately Into the oftlce'and caught us red- Wider head .

,4 licenses No "special'concessions" are made to shows that stumbled into the- midst, of the handed reading\ the funny papers. Non-Skld'BIocks.' I'
1 come there. more pessimistic, the ..brother Thinking he ,would be highly Wider Riding Ribs
I hood. If be baa continued his pleased, we generously offered to More& Tougher Rubber"

o :study long enough to round out his hare one of the sheets with him. = =_ = = (average of 2 pounJJ

ri The FERA is planninng to put a cow in every yard, but knowledge of philosophy he would He kindly refused the offer with more per tire) at

some folks won't ,be Satisfied, itntil they send a boy around bave founnd that la the last analyIn the remark,. "I never read that -' I NO EXTRA COs!
the good: in life does outweigh junk We took a firm grip on _
to milk it:,.-Bradford County: Telegraph] And a maid around the bad our paper and went right on read- The Public'FIRSLChoic.for.

to serve the owner milk toast for his breakfast. in bed.- .Dade Books are' one, of mankind's Ing Popt'ye.but' it made us feel : ;

u City nan er. greatest blessings, but it 'ls also kind of 11111)., 19 Yean
.true that they can prove to be fire Tp.
Fy ;'it.t 0 In the hands! of an unbalanced A municipal 'ait-port was com'' ,

1, In his' political announcement, one state candidate said: mind. Perhaps{ a closer supervision plot.d ''at Danville Ky.. recently

"I have never played poker, never played cards, never gambled of the lending'of books and a by workers employed by the Civil _SECTHE OOODYIAKSMCDWAY' '
stricter,, classification: of the more Works Administration, GOODYI
on anything, never drank whisky, 'never used tobacco orprofanity"never advanced volumes in psychology; It' + NEJWBUICK PATHFIHDH

kissed any woman except my wife, and never end philosophy In our college libraries Terra cotta! jan con lnlnl''well ABI_Vatae O.diq

told a lie.." If the voters fall for that line, there, is still hope would lessen the chances of any preserved food have been found in Vortittle gyms Tile rrtmhi.
more such, tragedies as a result of mounds; of the Aztecs, Mayas and Reams Of
for those,who continue to make campaign A NDPQNT1AC, Money The
promises, "too much philosophy. Toltec., ancient races of Mexico. AUer
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