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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 15, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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)" County t RejectsRefunding Body Suggests StudyOf Starke Davis Lends '[SupportTo To Hold Examinations -
Leading
f Taxes Now Law Local Candidate; Growers Discuss For Expected PositionIn [Record Rainfall! 1

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,1- Plan Rather Than New Ones Matthews'Lead Jumps Brooker Post otilce I ,

-- County League ; Marketing Center Hits Local '
TALLAHASSEE], June U. Dr. Crops
George S. Davis, Palatka, a Examinations will be held at
I Public] Meet Study ot tax the laws administration of Florid of existing Takes candidate for the State Railroad an early date to fill a contemplated
At ratherthan Two
Games
has been the recommended!enactment! new the ones Commission that he will In support Group 1 K., has S.stated Matthews With State Men class vacancy postmaster In the position at Brooker.of fourth Ap- Below The Belt

by state
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I of Starke In the second prl- plications must be in June 29
by
tax problem -- .
I Taxpayer Turn Out To committee of the Local. Hit mary. and la asking that all of -
Many Winning Streak! his Committee Appointed To Invoeugate and the date of the examination
, Take Part In Important Board.M.Florida.Advisory. and Planning Thursday Game* Rained I friends do likewise, according toaD Way ,Of Financing will be stated In the admission No Sign Of Slackening -. Water !
Discussion I' : Over' Kottdn In 4r
.announcement in'Wednesday'sTimesUnion Many
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On' cards 'f v
: L. Local ProjectA which will be mailed to ap- ?
Montgomery executive FII'<<'M i
plicants.The
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Bradford 'County ,this .week secretary of the board, said today (By LESTER SCHNELL) I I Dr. Davis, who received approximately marketing-center for: Bradford postmaster at Brooker received -
that a of the tax The heaviest
down survey situation rain In
I again turned refunding: prop. Winning two games in a row 29,000 votes In the first primary County fruits and vegetables, long $736 during the past fiscal years wall 1
now being conducted here
here falling
offered by the John Nu- under ; Wednesday afternoon ,
josltlons the local nine this week stood at said that because of the experience the dream of progressive groweri year. '
I veen Company of Chicago, holders financing by the FERA, has as its the", top of the North Florida Coun- and ability of Mr. Matthews in this section, will become a Applicant must have reached and Thursday morning and< showed v 11 4

I of a majority of this county's defaulted aim recommendations: to the 1935 I ty League. Starke' defeated Fer. and because he Is the only. reality if efforts of a recently their twenty-first birthday but not no signs of slackening at 'noon t A
I road and bridge bonds.. Legislature" along the line .of reducingthe appointed Thursday., Streets In Starke were ''
nandlna 3-2, Sunday afternoon on candidate for Railroad Commission : committee here! are sue their sixty-fifth birthday by June ,
Hooded
A meeting was held Monday present .tate tax bur. I the Municipal Field at Fernandina from: south of Jacksonville, he will' cessfuFollowing, 29. Applicants must also reside with water completely over eel '? v
I morning at the cour thouse at which den on the taxpayer and took the measured of Daylight support the present chairman. II within the territory supplied by the the road! In many low places
a meeting at the courthouse t
"The
committee has recommended Employees of the Florida State '
I bondholder met taxpayer listened 4-3 Thursday of last week on the It was also announced this week post office for which the examination l ;
.that, at least, comfortable readjustment Tuesday afternoon J. M. Farm who live In Starke were nl
I other's and left local diamond. Is announced.
to each arguments of the burden that an error in tabulating returns Mitchell Aubrey Frink, W. S. Sib- stranded! and could M
to prevent I .. not get to their' '
the meting as firmly convinced as ,' galling, be the principal thought of In Thursday's game Daylight from Polk County gave Mr. Matthews ,, ley, Lorenzo Green A. J. Murrhee Jobs Thursday morning. The five t iF
ever that the other fellow was outhlt Starke ten to six but the 2,400 less'votes than he I and E. L. Matthews
the survey, Montgomery stated were appointed Incite of rain that had fallen during
Farmers r S
wrong. I -- --,. local boys bunched their hits bet. should have had in that ...county. to Investigate the various means Use Loans the past twelve hours made>

I Representatives of the Nuveen ter and used their opportunities to I I The press dispatches showed only of financing a warehouse to be ...... the dirt road to the farm Impassable 1

" company proposed to refund dollar Board Awards better advantage; than did the visi 660 for Matthews while his correct used as a marketing center for [ and It was also Impossible togo r"t

y for dollar, Bradford County's tors. 'vote In that county was 3,051 This, Bradford farmers to use In con Refinance Debts / around< by Lake Butler because o

$897,000 worth of outstandingbonds Perryman 'started the twirling i of course, substantially increaseshis tacting the buyers of fruits and the road was washed out at the

the.refunding. bonds to come for Starke and was greeted on his lead over his nearest opponent. vegetables.No I railroad tracks near that town.

due over a period of from five to Bus Contracts first pitch by McCallum second definite plan for financing Figure Show 949,500 BorrowedIn No accurate estimate could< be

fh twenty years. baseman, who slapped out of the the project has yet been formed This County During made'' today of the damage to

The company then wanted to park for a neat homer. Daylight TrammeD LeadsIn but it is hoped that a plan similarto Yeari Bradford County crops. but It U '

levy sufficient millage take care All White Schools Except Starke, continued their scoring again In that used in Sanford might be believed that corn and beans are

of the Interest',on the refundingbonds To Open On Monday the second, when, with two on, followed. The Sanford promoters i almost a complete loss while sweet

+k and to create a sinking! fundof July .9 Castleman' doubled and sent both Official.Vote l t caused an agreement to be reached iota) of $49,500 of Federal potatoes will suffer extcnslvly also.

situ approximately $20,000 a year men home. Starke sent one'tally between the Florida(Emergency, Re Land Bank and Land Bank Com I The food supply in many farm. '

which amount could be used by the All Bradford County white across In their half of the frame lief Administration: and the State missioner' farm mortgage loans! homes throughout the county undoubtedly

1t 1 Board of County Commissioners to schools except Starke will open and again in the fourth with Man Balloting Wan HeavierThan Expected Marketing Board and growers and was'made in Bradford County from ,. will be dangerously

t purchase the refunding bonds at Monday, July 9, it was decided by ager Manassa on base Copeland, -Second Primary" i shippers In the Sanford area, June 1, 1933 to May 1, 1934. according threatened because It Is now too

' the lowest possible price.-:\ the Board of Public Instruction at right fielder came through with a June 20 ,. whereby' the FERA will lend funds to the Farm Credit Ad ,late to successfully replant these fop

1Wl It was then suggested by the Nu its June meeting.' home run to send 'In two tallies.,, It tabulation: for the project the money to >be ministration. staples.

pub'> '!| veen company that out of the savIng The following bidders were was a telling blow and played a big Official of the vote In paid back by the Agricultural Department Of this total, farmer In Bradford Weather officials say that I the A

thus effected to the county, the awarded Jobs at the listed salaries: part In saving the day for the locals. the first primary, showed Senator from its Inspection fund County used approximately\ ,downpours, which are pretty gen

C tofflij get two per cent aa their Starke-Lawtey and Crews' route, Park Trammell!, seeking} his fourth from the collection of fee for theThe 138,700 or 78.2 per cent to refl- eral all over the state, are caused
company J. M. Fine saved Pitcher Ferryman term In Washington, led Claude _. th _...._._..... !
commission for handling the refunding Reddish $120.StarkeBrooker support use v. e aaeembling nonce their Indebtedness. By reInanclng by a layer of warm moist air from
H program from start to H. H. Howard; from further trouble, as he Pepper of Tallaba4ee by 1.929 meeting here Tuesday was farmers obtained new the Gulf of Mexico overlapping a>

d H finish.It $89.00. was beginning to weaken. Harvey votes, according ttt Associated attended by official of the State mortgage loans which they used layer of somewhat denser air coming -

ioujJ 'this Starke-Keyston Heights, .J. E. took: the situation In hand In the Press dispatches. Marketing Bureau who spoke at to repay, their old debts..They generally in from the Atlantic Ocean. "
was estimated that out. program Adkins, $89.00. seventh and played a big part In Three'other candidates in this length to the assembled growers. ,,reduced their annual Interest They believe that the Florida'

J could be carried mills for by the an 8tarke-Randolph-Plnforest H. pulling the team through., The locals race were left far behind In a total i. It was stressed that this Is an age barges In doing so. In a numberof cloudburst have nothing to do

e I additional and levy of two fund. A. Prescott, $85.00.StarkeHellbronn. scored the winning run in the state-wide ballot of 313,897. of co-operation and In order:' for the cases, Male-downs of Indebted with .the storm which Is moving
interest
sinking J. W. Edwards eighth. The vote certified by the State Farmer to sell Ms produce he will' ness occurred in connection with over Mexico.
itia About fifty interested taxpayers $60.00.StarkeSampeon, Given pitched weU for''' the losers Canvassing Board, on basis of of- have to work with his fellow to the new loans. These and other Within twenty-four hours T.8'' "f'

ware present at the meeting someof .J. ,K. Brown yielding only nix hits. He also ficial reports from' all counties, put a uniform product .on the mar advantace. benefited farmers prl' ; I Incites of rain fell In Tampa, breakInf :- : ,
whom spoke and .stated ,that $89.00. '' added to his cause with a pair of was: marlly. Secondarily creditor ben a forty.four year record ther*.

thwe they thought the county and the Starke-VanderbUt, R R. Crosby Ingles, driving In one ruft. Trammell: 81,321 Pepper 79.396, ket.It was stated that a marketing eflted from the receipt of cash or* Street and sewer damage was estimated v o,

bondholders should reach some 7500. Starke's recently acquired left Charles A. Mitchell of Vero Beach center would aid local farmer materially bonds In exchange for obligations at 8000.' tp

weno comprorn1M..UI.t.-No., prac- ,Starke-New River Mrs, Jesse fielder, Woodall, made his-debut 30,459, James.l?'. Slkes of St. Petersburg : In selling their produce if they held. .

tical plan was' advanced by, the Lee Lacenby. 5000.: { and his showing was very Impressive 14.558, and Mrs. Hortens buyers knew that they could send' Of the loan. used by farmer '

:a that.rJ.reI!, .ce.a:1l1108t.*.ntatlve'i., : wbuthey *.jail\ SterkerBpdraln M.LawteYHiChla" to be- supplied. ,, Buetwo-, as was the new_ catchers._ .Well ofT. :."tq8r. In an order and have fruit and vegetables in Bradford money County for refinancing' florif=- lIi@@Qhwavs,
funiform
other Values had depreciated they ,"jT'D;,P eeie; r -.dk' -, zs.s- -wlientbtly-\'Vam.o'ti o grade'and'...packttiem ....-1! their... debts, about $9,000, {:l lax.
bondholdersshould STARKE S; FERNANDINA ,2 Returns from Polk County, last "'-_-4>w.4'_*.*..+ rw .uiaelr flebf
could not see why the $80.00.LawteyRoaler" The marketing bureau officials ...." ...,.._. ,
not take a loss also. ,. James Rosier, The Starke boys continued their to report, were received Wednesday in their their debt' to merchants; J26.UUUV; .----- t
7300. winning streak again Sunday afternoon afternoon and the State Canvassing .stated that It was a crime their debts to "others,"'or creditors State Road Department Debt IIa--*>,

After giving both sides ample West Lawtey, ,J. W Gasklns at the Municipal Field at Board declared the official eyes that Florida should Import not separately classified Including Been Reduced, Official o
to advance their ,arguments pounds of beef and 500
opportunity 60,000,000 mortgage lenders,
private
Fernandina. Epperson pitched a result. Announce
the Board, .of- County $90.00.: carloads of sweet potatoes a year retired bi
Brooker-Zlff C. S. Kelly, $49.00. steady game for seven Innings' be- Eugene S. Matthews Incumbent, mortgage loan companies, -
voted unanimouslyto There Is no
, Commissioners Brooker-Bradford E. T. Stewart, fore Harvey finished the contest and Lester Wells of Tallahassee, from other states. be farmer and many other to whom Florida's. 7,000 mil highway .ya.., *'
the Nuveen proposition.,, this stuff could not
why
reject $45.00. and the boys also hit well together went into, the second primary for excuse said. farmer were In debt. tern hal cost the State Road Department ;
at home
Brooker-Plnehlll, to',be supplied, to take a 3-2 verdict over the highly the State RaIlroad Commission In grown .they A total of about $10,800 of loans $140,796.483.06, U W..

Waldo Politics $43.00. touted Fernandlna Cardinals. Group 1, as Matthew received 66- In the county wa used for purposes Sheppard auditor" for the department bi
: New" River School E. A.. Sapp Jpperson and Harvey were opposed 366 votes and Wells 60,723. GeorgeS. Credit Associations other than the refinancingof Informed the highway officials -' ys

i $55.00. on the mound by Bunch, the Davl.'of Palatka polled 29,667, Plan Spring Loans borrowers' debt. Of this sum, at the quarter annual meeting, .
1 Rising School R. .M. Crosby, old Cardinal standby. He pitched and William J.;>Placl* of Tampa ,, $9,500 wa used for the purchaseof of the board IQ Bebrlng this week. &S'

1I Gets Too ,Warm' $40.00. a good game for the losers allowing 13,682. land and equipment the construction Of the amount, quoted, Auditor yjift

The' board ordered all school only five fcingles. Jerry Carter of Tallahassee!, with A* the Farm Credit I Administration I or- Improvement of buildIngs Sheppard reported $3,886.812 In

I busses put In repair and asked forbids The local boys showed some G6. 08, and Herbert Caro of Pen- round out ItS inset years ,. and for general agriculturaluses contribution to the state In Fed-

i I Three Men Arrested On Charge) on the painting of same. flashy' playing aside ,from Copeland sacola with 29,579 went Into the work Production Credit Commissioner Including the provision of oral] fund by the Emergency. #Relief!

I Of Circulating Attacks On I Three new bus bodies. ordered for waving a mighty bat, but it second primary for the nominationIn 8. M. Garwood reports that capital while $1,300 the balance, Administration'
Candidate Brooker school.Arrangements. was really Harvey who pulled the Group 2 for Railroad Commis the farmera" production credit associations wa used for the purchase of stock Recent economic* effected by

-. made to. have boys.through again with".his fine sioner. Votes of other candidate ,; which were organized in national farm loan associations, the department Sheppard said r-, ;4

Three Waldo residents were some ,repair work dbn.'on schools relief pitching. in this group,were; John Good last winter and began to do buslness for loan fees, etc. ducts the scheduled $2.390,000))

placed under arrest'>last week by, that could. not run In present con- 24.864; Mrs, :Mamie Eaton-Green. In volume In April, have Generally farmer pay considerably deficit for 1934, to $2,113.439.90,,

Sheriff J. Ramsey of Alachna dition. "She Made Her, Bed" 23,940; John W. Newbern of High bandied about $44,600,000 of spring lees Interest each year on This, h* said compared with ,the,
warrant sworn out No further business the board 14,359, and William J. Financing. total debt of $3474,043.57 of the v ,
loan
County upon Etleri'Richard Springs have advanced the _new than on the old
by a fourth Waldo'' man ,on a adjourned to meet first Monday In Stars Arlen, And Flruitt of Miami.,18,974.. "The associations of this amount. Mr. Land Bank loan made through national I department on December 31 of Jut
$27,300,000 H* said the debt wa roads
and circulating year.
charge of "publishing July. farm loan associations* car
charge and attack on L. B. ._ ._ Arlen. popular leading Vote For Congressmen Garwood said "and the balance of Interest rate of five per cent up In Its major part. by a deficit 4
allocated to ryan,
Alexander, candidate for the Legislature NATIVE OF BRADFORD man, and star of many of the pasteason's Three Congressmen who bad opposition $17.200,000 has been but there I Ie a reduction to four from the previous administration.. 4
Most
DIES.IN JACKSONVILLE: successes, tops the re-nomi the account of borrower Scheduled< state and Federal income -,
Alexanderwith screen In their bid for
and not serving to farmers ;and.cae-half par cent untu July,
Made of this balance goes' for the current the auditor '
"She
of Paramount' each defeated two'candi- year
required cast nation {
a 1 of them, as made direct by banks
copy Wil- 1938. ifjoans
for .Mose their loan in a :
*>y law. Funeral tpervicea Her Bed" which was produced by date In the first primary and who are getting rate of five and onehalfper reported,was $12,898,898.89. 7 ,
lam Register, native of Bradford and which series of payments during the season carry)a whereas total expenditure' pro
Charles R Rogers, there' will he- no jsecond primary >>
The wanrante were taken out byD. held''Recently In will have the money cent,, but there 1 fa a reduction '
County, were Rita so they
comes on Sunday to the contest for these-'of flees.In : .,. vided for the yr. were $16,122-
d.tec- until 1938. The '
W. Hightower, private Jacksonville where h* was a pioneer '' :when they need It and meanwhile to flvper. cent 973.17. .
five, for the arrest of 0. M. Tin resident. Theatre. District: I,. Representative J. Interest charge rate on commissioner's. loan fa I five a
eave on the
addition to Arlen. the picture Prior to the auditor report > ,
man, K. F. DeSha and J. C. Wel- Mr.' Register was'a retired employ features In Sally Ellen. Robert Armtroog. Hardln.Peterson of Lakeland polled i ,Moet of the loan mad tble.prIDl' per cent, ,Against these rate board had informed a .larg num-
mer. Jr. Tinman and DeSha post; ** ,of UM Seaboard Air line Grace Brooby Roeco Aloe 44,035 votes to 9,264 for' W. T I. havei been for crop production farmer in moat ce had been bar' of delegation appearing before

oed bond of $390 each for appearance railway ahop and wa well known and Charley Orapewln. Hall of Lburg and T.206 .for ." Mr. Garwood continued, /and/ I paying from five to eight per cent, the highway official for requests, '

In circuit court during the fall In fraternal circle in the city. Another important player is little Randolph Calhoun' of Sarasota.Rprsentatlv.R. while the spring seasonal demandfor but on numerous loan they had of state and Federal projects.that

term. Welmer. the third man wa Survivor ar* his wife, Mrs. elght-monUu-old RIchard Ral- ., A. Green of crop production loan baa now been paying nine per cent ten percent fund for highway construction

not In Waldo at the tlm* the paPers Mary Register; two 'nieces, Mrs. ton Aries, Richard Arlene brand Stark r-aomlnatlon' in the passed Its peak the gradual In- and even above ten per cent were unavailable this :year.,

were eerwd and It' has not Winifred Cauthen and Mr. PearlD. Its his first screen appearance Second! District with 14.711 ,votes ercas In the size of loan Indicatesthat Until March 26 the Land Bank In *) I in.. I M
been learned whether h* baa posted Solary; and two nephews. C. S. new son. and from all reports. he! to 4.034 for J:R. Kelly of Madisonand farmer and i stockmen are and commissioner loans were HAMPTON REVIVAL SERVICES ,j

bond yet or not. HoweU and L. D. HoweO.Th playa his ,role like a veteran 6,903 for Wallace. Sturgis of I turning their attention to livestock mad In cash Commencing: oa that TO CLOSE: ON' SUNDAY NIGHT y
The exact nature of the attacks services at the ,crave In Ocala. loan and loan for general data they were mad mainly in the -

upon Alexander.,prior to the first West Evergreen cemetery were under trouper.The picture _was. directed by Representative J. Mark, ; Wilcox farming purpose government-guaranteed bonds of The evangelistic meeting which ;
primary could not be learned but the direction of Florida Lodge' Ralph:Murphy and depict the dramatic of West Palm Beach won renomi- '"The extremely low cost of the,Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation. bas been In progress for more than

Hlghtower alleged that they took No. 1, 0. O. F., and Stonewall ro.aaauce.bat,develop between nation In the Fourth District by money this spring 1 fa very encouraging The. bond are exempt three wk< at the Hampton

place on Jun V tour day prior to Jackson) Klan No. Knights of. the Arten, 'race.horse trainer more than three-to-one. over Mr*. .to new agricultural financing. from all Federal state municipaland Church of Christ will close Sunday

the actual balloting. Under the Ku Klux Kiln and one-man medicine show and Bula E. Croker of West Palm The production credit association local taxation except surtaxes, night with the ,sermon "Th Answer 9

Florida election law, it I* a violation ._ Sally.EIl...*, a*< Lura Gordon,- the Beach and M jor' Paul Crank of *,have been able to reduce the estate, Inheritance and gift taxes. to the Lord' Prayer" Service w
of the corrupt practice act to FORMER STARE: PASTOR wife of a brutal animal trainer Orlando. The votes WUcox 66,318 Interest rate) on new loan to five They are guaranteed fully a* to are held each night at 8:09: )( f

publish or circulate charge and GIVES. .CHURCH MANSE"Tbe who operate an auto';' tourist Mrs Croker 10.377- I and.d Crank- per cent; and, this factor I fa *nahllngvmany principal: and interest by the o"clock and each morning at 9:0': ')
---..: to loan United In a relatively r
attacks against a political.candidate : from 8,700. farmer get government. o'clock.
taken camp.
within eighteen days prior to following article. TUnen-Unlon <.Congreman.Millard Caldwell of whoa up until now have postponed short period after the were Issued Monday JUDe 25. a box socill
.lu of th* .
an election primary: without fur- a will recant be of intermit to Starke frt mds B. T.P.,U. RALLY TO BE the Third District and Congressman the purchase of needed workstock, they sold above par. and bad met a will be held at the town ball to,, +

nishing the candidate In question. a ROT..H. A. Tucker former pastor HELD,.HERB TUESDAY W. J. Sear, representing the horses, equipment machinery, re-; favorable reception from farmer which everyone I* Invited.* A gocdi
I copy of the charge and attacks., of the 'Flrt'. Pr* bytrin '- State at Large, were unopposed. pair and improvement. \ and their creditor all over the Urn I Ie promised to all who attend:
of
who 1 al.; ...*.at of An association, B. Y. P. U. sally : Pepper Led.la 49 GuwUe.Pepperi "Such loans, must. be secured by United StaU With the use of Social wU ibegln at 8:00: o'clock. '
Church' .. first, Uen on' sufficient livestockor to.. .**.bonds the refinancing: program -
First Baptist attorney h'
DOVsUNdu"HURT'' :' AT- A 'TOW Tampa ',; I will be told at the : i 84-year-old Tuesday night (ttho 20th) the
equipment owned'or purchased I* going forward rapidly, .
bungalowto Church of Starke next Tuesday challenging the bid of a man never will
friend of E; J. DowUngr a f orur "Gift of handsome th loan adequately" picture of the "Passion Play" ec
led In to. secure *
o'clock. ofnce
at 7:30 i defeated for public
June 19 .
evening
frt\byterlan\ at the church. These
resident of Starke. will regret the ,Palma Cans. ATTEND LEGION: CONVENTIONN. be presented
association state' sixty-seven
of the
in the
to learn of an accident last weekat Church of Tampa wa* .__OUDe'" i All churches forty Trammell led In twenty TRAVEL IXCTl'BB FRIDAY D. Wainwright, Jr.. and W S. will be very Interesting M they are "
board- ,Thdonor *r* asked to send representativesto counties. from tb original' NoCharl'e "
Bartow, In which, he bad theJDbfortune'to Tuesday by the church : this meeting, the object of this three,Bikes in two and Mitchell In Rer W. C. Boyer who bas been Sibley attended the State, American taken play.
the Re H. A. Tucker. wilt be mad, but a silver
leg wan Convention Gaineswills
.in
break hi* right for sixteen a missionary Legion
at retired minister, who has. ,liyod In rUybeing, to create new Interest two.'' year offering will be'.taken.,. You wilt ,
the week-end
mounta
to and last ,a* delegates
ankh while trying Y.-P.; U- work and to form 'The' second primary will be held the Belgian Congo. Africa
B.
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\ It visa
bars south of Tampa for several y. in the JonM-Langford-Wblte miss a great service you
at the Mann ranch who ha traveled extensively from
for organizing B. Y. P. U'sin June 26. :The candidate already
two >lan* Serviceswill
Bartow.; ]dr..' Dowllng Is getting -The bungalow .located church of the Associationthat .have renewed. their campaign for many land, will give a lecture Illustrated Pot. They report that Mlle Mary seeing tries picture
the
along block from the church I Ia to be Lucille Torod who was recently begin at 8OO: o'clock.
as well aa can b* expectedat !nomination. by teroptican picture
this organisation.
his home on Wabash: Street according I used 'all a maDSe/.the deed at giftstlpuattg do not have for the evening The-.heavy-lhst. primary vote Presbyterian Church': of crowned ''queen ,of'"'tb* Bradford Wednesday' night (the 27th) the ,Y
that tbs property never t The r speakers : a4arkke. aranoMMip Christian Endeavor meetings will ;W
receivedher 8trawberry.FeBUfat.tras
to Information' thin: (Friday/- Jim 19) County
to
Wllllan tate B. T. "* a tarprt most polltlcal.ob- '
slid be tecvmbnadb. s M gage :trill b.W'W. I' < tile, < ote to b. resumed. withstody"''on' 4"'
Wednesday, ad-the many .t.. vningfat.7:43 o'clock. The public n beauty *| ;
'. ....., 'Of" rhon had i *
secretary.and' "* ,
stark friend of the Dowlihg family of.otb** ..... antf ,.,'It.shau, F b* I;.:.U.ad' Sunday fUdford School: state" field mated to* balloting would not-.**- to I Invited to .. tbs fin picture: .' which -Orlando girl wes.name4'J ] "Christian Action."' You are wel-' --4
wot wish him a speedy r- occupied only by a minister of or- 0. K. """''JR''' ,.. "" "" 1" ...... T;' ..: ;4'11 j:" --,"' t .lift'' tIiIiIIf'lt.fdd.-. i
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: Hl Is being manifested.H. ,

BROOKER BOOTSEY'S BA J. Crlbbs and family who I
i ii have been located on Main Street, For Expert RepairinSmith's ;
",.. V.r. Oa'..., c.... ... GaxklBB. r... have moved to the Sullivan residence oro

LIVE STATE NEWS I on Church Street.
Mrs. W. P. Blrt of Gainesville
The farmers around here are Mrs. MaryReddlah spending with her sister,
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs very busy now, harvesting their this week at Water Oak, the guest I I spent Miss. Ada the week-end Nimmo. Garage Ii
yi crops. They are gathering corn, guest of relatives.
., j Mrs. W R. Pringle Is spendinga
watermelons, peas, beans and to Robert and... A. J. Crawford spent few weeks In Bunelle, the guestof I
bacco. the week-end at Water Oak with Phone 120
.r -_ __ ..tllllr".lUll. __ JIIIl Mr. and Mrs. U W. Shrlvar of Randolph ChUm and Charnle Yar- Miss friends Marjory and relatives.Johns left this

OOC BOYS LEAVE WAKUIAA MOUND YIELDS SKELETON Jacksonville were visiting friend borough. week for Lake Worth where she Wrecker'Service Day or Night
here Sunday.
-Another Indian skeleton Miss Jeanotte Carter Misses will visit Misses Edna and Eleanor
The Civilian OCALA--
TALLAHASSEE- and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hazen
|I and
Beadle and Virgla Gasklns
Conservation Corps camp formerly has been found in a shell spent part of Harrison.
children of Sarasota
located at Newport In Wakulla mound on Kauffman's Island, In this week here as guests of his Charlie Gaskins were the guestsof Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwaterwas

G, County recently was moved to Lake Kerr, Mrs. H. A. Kauffman mother, Mrs. D. W. Hazen.' Miss Martha Crawford' Sunday the guest of Miss Kathryn

Shady Grove In Taylor County because baa advised the Chamber of Com 1, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mints and afternoon. Weeat last Sunday. DJERKISSTALCUM
authorities said, there were merce. This Is the ninth or tenth of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Prlvltt and Mr and Mrs. M. L. Watterson --L
daughter
r skeleton found In that mound Mrs. baby and Mr. and Mrs. I. B. have recentlyreturned from a visit
at Newport.
mosquitoes of her
too many Sunday here as guests parents
recent Thompson spent the week-end In In North Carolina.
tr Kauffman said The most Mr. and Mrs. L R. Galney.Mr with relatives
CONVENTION PLAN discovery was found intact, with and Mrs. L. A. Brown spent Georgia, the guests of relatives. Miss Leila Mae Sparktnan of
and crossed. A circular Miss Villa Prlvltt returned home Mandarine was visiting friends and
link Miami arms legs Raiford guests of
as
a MIAMI-Plana to Sunday In
I carved decoration was found on Saturday after spending the past relatives here this week. {
+ Mr. dt1t
+ ,
: and Rome by radiophone during their son-in-law and daughter Jatticltla'c
the chest, while twenty-one beads several days in Jacksonville as the Mr. and Mrs. Sturges of Lawtey
Ritch.
national convention Mrs. Sanford
the American Legion and
v were found back of the head. Explorers attended guest of friends an dielalives. attended preaching at the Baptist
22-25 to G. E. McGauley
October enable
here, Rev. '
{ have also found broken pottery Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and Church last Sunday.
at China Grove ;
Mussolini to address a personal church services
It to arrow heads, sharks teeth children of Woodlawn were visitors Mr. and Mrs. Stringer of High J
Invitation to the Legion Church last Sunday.
I and beads in the mound. The here Sunday afternoon.R. Springs were the guests of Mrs. le
, 1'' 4 hold Its 1937 meeting In the Italian many We are glad to report'tbat G. B. eor
only piece of metal found was a destroyed N. Crawford was visiting Eld. Stringer's mother Mrs W. R. F I
under here. Colaen, whose store was
capital, are way
tiny copper bead.CANNED by fire last week Is back In busi and Mrs. E. N. Anderson one day Jackson last Saturday. I
last week. Mrs Thomas Dyal Is visiting her I \
y} DEMAND AGREEMENT FIGS SEIZED ness. Connie McGauley. Is spend _Mrs. M. L. Thompson and children daughter, :Mrs. Parker of High S All the world
Miss e
TALLAHASSEE-Florida' mo- TALLAHASSEE: confiscationof with friends In were visiting Mrs J. L. Gas- Springs. knows Djer-Kiss
tor vehicle department was notified 3,000 cases of canned figs In ing this week kins Sunday afternoon. -. I / is

last week by the Virginia' division Tampa and Jacksonville is "un Starke.Mrs. C. L. Atkinson entertainedlast Little Milton Sapp happened loa A.inerals found In Denmark are I foremost among all/
vehicles that It .
of motor
serious accident last Thurs Insignificant.ADV.CE
for human very
wholesome and unfit afternoon In honor Talcums.
must enter Into a mutually beneficial consumption," was announced last Saturday Joyce, who was day when he fell from; a high bench For the whole
of her daughter
; license agreement with Virginia week by the inspection division of old that day. After striking a large piece of Iron, family, after bathing
eight on it it
is
If Florida trucks are to con years breaking his thigh and sustaining ,
I the Department of Agriculture.The the twenty
tinue operating through that state. cases contained forty-eight guests playing were many served games cake and lem other Injuries on face and head. I indispensable. Ute it daily.
r MANY RCCCIVC: : : IT---
v cans each. Phil S. Taylor, supervisor beautiful We wish hm!, a speedy recovery.HAMPTON *
'onade. Joyce received many THe: WISE: PROFIT' BY IT'P.6lr'ul Softer, finer,
-j "FKOQ FROLIC" absolutely pure-it
of the Inspection department presents from her guests. fyrreJ
p: WAUCHULA-Hardee County's said the cans retailed for fifteen G. E. McGauley was attendingto ). L protects and absorbs.The delicate
_ first annual "Frog Frolic,'" to be ents each. The figs had spoiled in business in Starke Monday. J ._ __ ,

staged here July 4, took definite the cans. They were ,shipped to Mrs. George Kirshman and son inimitable Djer-Kiss fragrance,of
1 form with appointment of all committees Florida from Texas, Taylor said, been spendingsome
Calvin who have
e by the Wauchula Chamberof the state chemist Is analyzing time here as guests of her Miss. Ada ISlmmo, Cor. course.: While and Rose.

Commerce. Entries already are samples of the confiscated shipments sister, Mrs. A. J. Plnholster, have Jumb Sin
being received and Indications are and the figs will be de- returned to their home In Lake 250I
that more than a hundred "hopJ stroyed.. land. Misses Willie Mae and Ohio Hln- SomeHms.Bill the nuniint Babe J 5)0.0) Regular ,
per." will be on the startling line, son, who have been visiting friendsIn nuns. from there who became. wlwIw. I j
when the judges give the commandto FOOD REQI'IREMENTSTALLAHASSEEThe' Tampa for several weeks have .;:,inl, )uhn..ifferod thecomplelv J ,I SZI
1 Ion of hit ...
buitnou by 6. Ha had
returned to their home and reporta
jump. biennial .
,fur enough huurence K> cover the i
$ report of the state prison division i RISING pleasant vacation onorq-"
M HIGHWAYS ItECEIVE PAINT ,shows this the food Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa Fin b femreA
a, requirementof It to < Confide yowiMunnet L./
v TALLAHASSEE F lor I d a's an ordinary day at the Raiford lira. H. M. ....Ra.. Cor. was the guest of his mother, Mrs. nqulrcnMnii. .Godiyl. .
1 highways will soon get some new State Prison: '1,090 pounds of bacon -I' Josephine Sullivan last Saturday.The .
r makeup as a safety Uneasure for tlxty-elght pounds of baking revival services at the HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE TALCUM POWDER r

d motorists. The Start Road Department eighty-two of coffee will be short.In this Church of Christ, conducted by the ,
powder, pounds The crops OciHiln Df* 1 recently received bids for sixteen pounds of corned beef, section on account of the heavy efficient pastor, Rev. Earl Voiles STARKE, FLORIDA I V>Mta. Pun Sin . 25*
15,800 gallons" of orange paint, valued 930 pounds of flour, 2,000 poundsof rains.

at approximately $20,000, to fish, 123 pounds of grits, seven .Quite a number of people here
rouge center lines, on various ty-three pounds of lard, 260 attended the ,singing convention *
y roads. Bids also were received forKapproximately pounds of corn meal, thirty-seven last Sunday. .
$23,000, worth of gallons. of whole milk, 200 pounds Mrs. W. H. Andrews and daughter
tires and tubes for road depart of pen, 133 pounds of Halt, three Doris, have returned home after .
fi *
ment cars, which will be guided by
pounds: of soda seventy-nine spending several days In Jacksonville
the new makeup. pound! ,of sugar, eighty-one gallons with her brother-in-law .
of syrup, two gallons of vine and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ham- CHEVROLET'Sd
Lutetla Is the ancient name /for gar, five pounds of pepper? two mock and Mr. and Mrs./WesleyHereey. ,.' .v
the of Paris the French ':iX!
city ; capital
of snuff week '
dozen gross (per ), .',' 'ra +i # ,
bq .
has a municipal history dating twenty-eight pounds of chewing to- Arthur McRae made a business ." 1 '
back to the year 03 B. C bacco, and three gross of smoking trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mrs. I' .h:."
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? tobecco./ The average dally population Belle Reddish and children, '
OVtR WOD of the prison Is 1,600. Jerold and James, of Lawtey were .l1i1"1.'edZ
visiting her aunt, 'Mrs. J. M.,Her .' 14

NERVES soy, Sunday afternoon.. .._ ..... "' .. -.- .- -....... -- .
nxii"8_a..._ +_- urH.l1bron.n-waa.vtaltlng"ltr.fandMrs. : ; -

I \ Pauline Greene,'Cor. J, L. Connor Saturday.. .-.
MI( and Mrs. M..J. McRae and .-;; -':""'...'

son Donald, and Miss Gwendolyn ,,:r;: e
Mrs. W. R. Kersey was visiting Buddington and Mrs. F. M. White ,
Mrs. E. E. Green' Monday after wore visiting at the home of H. M.
noon. McRae Monday afternoon.
Miss Ida Sweat made a business Mrs. J. M. Mersey and Mr. and
trip to Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Jim Hersey made a business.
Ml.is! Hazel Johns 'spent the trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.

week-end with her cousins, Misses The party given at the home of
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Pauline and Reba Greene. Miss Edna:: Lewis Monday night In

Manuel Rodriguez of Penney honor of her cousin Markley Crosby -
Farms was visiting Mills Pauline of Plant City who Is a visitor

Greene Saturday. here. Several games were played.
i Miss Essie Crawford spent Sat- and music and singing lead by T.
urday In Starke with friends. Norman, and others. Everybody
UP TO yvor ... toererr wb-. Misses Pauline I and
Josephine reported a nice time.
nerrs at Ugh tendon.
If* wonder yv ne at th* wife> Greene and Miss Mildred Sanders Miss Edna Lewis spent the.
a; Md. bark: at the eolldrwu attended the dance at the Armory week-end In Jacksonville with rela '
Watch oat! Owwutsxl In Lake City Saturday night. tives.,
t' verso. ma? lead to BtoeplesMM. *- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and Fred Uaislop made a business
Kerroos Headache. Nerr> little daughter Betty Jean, spent trip to Jacksonville Monday. r
mm"'- ladlcMtion and.f Gent" .* part of last week with her parents, w
onpleasant dIatvIIa70G -. Mr. and Mrs. 1C. E. Green.
Why lot" try Dr.' MOf 1 --- ..--
if.'v .'.t ...... TablcUf .
Js./ to a half claM 9* Gum Branch
w.te..ken ay J.Ma WHEN HUNGRYOR I I
Elizabeth Homage, Oa. 1'
.. A-.... THIRSTY
+ 'Dr.' 1CDM If....... .fa arwi
..... la tw* fninis TJniiVI tasissnrt EAT AND DRINKAT 'Mrs. Lula liar nag* and childrenof

Ufa' Tablet 8G&Ia.... Clearmont were visiting Mr, and,
,w MUSS) swthtng ..... Mrs. J. A. Harnage Wednesday.
IMP a> .w tine .
t ruse
Mlzs Ella Mae Sapp was the
i Kitty'sSinclair Lunch of Miss Sunday
\ guest Evelyn Crosby -

afternoon.A 4-DOOR SPORT
){ l lit SEDAN
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t I Service Station large crowd from here attended -

l If I N r R\ ( N r :24 Hour Service Convention the Bradford at Rosewood County Sunday.Singing

"a Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp and
Miss Hazel Sapp spent the weekend

F J' In Jacksonville with Mr. and
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Mrs. Albert Williams.
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FUNERAL
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DIRECTORS
ry Miss Vesta :McRae spent the 'II:! ..
t war Many Year. Experience Make It Pos..bIe. for V. t. Render week-end with Miss Helen Nor- .skate cevaet.gen

EFFICIENT,PROMPT and COURTEOUS: SEKVICB Chevrolet
MODEaATIII"RlC11:8: man.H.. H. Keene and son Vanlce, I i proudly pre- brakes, and all the rest-ia mounted
i'' OeWITT C. JONES COMPANY left Sunday for Glen St. Mary's
STARKE.: FLORIDA where they will stay for some time seats the new Sport a body that combine
.. five-passenger I
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Keen and
sons. Enoch R. C. and Harley, Sedan M the moat beautiful model
spent Friday night at DeLeon k capacity exceptional luggage space.

Wake Your Liver Bile Springs. ere built by any manufacturer of and
Up
Miss Letta Harnag of Clear- more de luxe touches than we

J, I,mont was vlulting her cousin Miss .
k Elizabeth Harnag low-priced can. On 'a long chaaai.embodying have apace to tell about. If

-Without Calomel Misses. Jaualta and Geneva Milliard appearance
of Evergreen spent the weekend CbeTrolef.. combination and
with Misses. Audrey and Mil- convenience come first
AM You'll Jump Out of Bed It Us HI. to ..t .*.... IM* .... dred Norman of this section of esolu'.lYe fe.tare.-enclo.ed

l. the Morning iUrin' to Go foo4...dMMt w Qu ...i.w. .ICs....r-4..n-..to. Tw Johnny Anderson of Brooke with you, and you wish 'to stay ia PEOPLE who have an eye 6*

w k.v. a tkfek. ... ..... sot pest M.sa was visiting friends In this section K.nee.Mt0d00e
IS you feel sour and rank and h ...... .U. (Ua >...t. .M ta bk. last week-end. an 80nnue-.hour. 80the low-price field-here. handsome lines Will admire tht
... world looks punk 4 nt swalw. T_ >....... umm fm to.*...... beyond a .
law a lot of salts mineral water, u4 '' ." YM wk... __i.......... There will be prayer meeting at bonepowrr' '.engine cablc-controfled ..7 the spacious, trunk merge I lathe W
... laxatfr candy or" chewing It...... saw .MS, ell. CA*TXm'ap the horn of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. doubt is your car.
q gam and expect them to make LITTLJB UVCB FIL1.S. .* _..!*. Woodles Friday night Everybody body lines. And make mbuk
1 .... yon -... .* Ml* *.WBS frady ... auto welcome to attend. CHEVROLET MOTOR no
.n1 sweet and buoyant and redraw ..... TIIeJr......_. COMPANY '
1A tall of sunshine. ....I\do .-eIe _..... --- c--.f UwelsVe. ......... DETROIT MICHIGAN about it-handsome as this trunk '"V
Per they can't do It. They only ,_ .null* wkM tt .. ....... DEATH IN RANKS -r..,.. *f.A..ft-..... .* "..- Mws Y.fw
MOV.the bowel and a.mere movetM kU. low ("-Ir.' FERNANDINA-Death stalked It is a decidedI'JWaedcaI festor.!
tl tent doesnt get at the cause. The art dart Mk tar Hv pill.. ark tile In political ranks last week, taking ...... .
Mason for down-and-out Cvter" IJttU tb M I'UI.' L...ktar .j
your Senator
J.'R. Stewart, 43, on the.v
n 4, feeling U your liver It. should urn UM tae Care.'o,l t.+ l.h.t UUto,-urn a.tielnh .-r91.s.. of the primary ta wnlca h*bad Torode

year two bowels)pounds dally..f. Iicr d.. ,CIsI.may" 'C.M. .as Ca* r ,.:: .. f. Jacksonville sought ,*-feetioo.'hospital.H* died at a Chevrolet 'Co.


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JCXE_IbI934_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGR. PII. STARKE. FLORIDA P\OJlJ TIIRER 1v

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c; SAXTONMrs. 23-14 6 I 1(1( f'nUnown ___u__. 1.111 '
NW\4\ of BE'4-------------37" 0 III 60( C. H, Andrew....__ 11.00
oJ \\', :'. Tyler Cor. IIW'4 0' SW\oI.\ &. SW% of d1.'nSIdIy .

\ __?_____...___ ___17 8 10 e0( Unknown ______h__ 1184
''a7 i. a. .JiJ NW", "f NF.\\%_-________-.35 6 10 ,,40 T H. Edwards13.87 x { '' P,
IiIJI.4: of IIWYe! & Sift of sx, fl 9 '
W. R. Swanbun who is employedIn o( tiEl\\, ______...________11 8 1(1 50>> :Eugene Byran.._?.____ It.14 I y ; '
W\1o\, or M1VI4___________?. 6 10 50 I. N. Newell.: _________ 34.a:* nno
Ft. Myers, spent the weekendhere .. of SEy: .______- ___ .39 A 10 50>> I. N. Newell---__ 1434
TWO SKINS with his family. N\VIe, of NW'4__._.._?-_ 4 10 4e>> Unknown __._.-________ 831 ,{ '
Starke, Florida. Louise and David of 1.'ta I, I. II M ot River?__8t., II 20 lill>> Unknown _____.________ 1974 ., ',
Degolia of Lnl" I, II, ....______11 e. 2t>> 12t>> Unknown _____ .____,___ 8404 1 ", ;
I June 12, 1934. Jacksonville is spending some time sm.5. of SEin.-----! .___.__11 0 .1>> 4l T. M. Stephene---! IS 31 "

Telegraph: here with their grandparents. Rev Wl4ofSWI4of8V Sof t 7 ''r
I On passing along a street some! road ___________U 4 10 IS T.f.. Stephens-------"' 10.It w :
and Mrs. E. L. Hicks. NE44: of 764-. __ _____.18 II .0 00>> Kutrene: Bryan__________ If.It* > h'SWI4 +' v 1
ago, I noted the difference in Mrs. O. S. Brown of Double Ruu ot "",____?_______ 1 s00 W. R. Hodwee.---___ nit 1
appeal to people made by gro was visiting her daughter Mrs. W. Eli of SEV.,,___..___.____.aa .0 eo( Robt. Sontlhew.$0.1.8

and dry goods merchant, and NW 4 ex 10 A In 8'V CurU II II>> 1$0 Eugene: Bryan--____ 4SO +
A. Tyler, Wednesday. NE'4 ofSWte. 4.rl4 4 10 40 Unknown _n__.__?_... lUG 4
sellers of strong drink. The MUs, Jean Tyler has returned wtq of SW1r .iir
had large cleaned and pol- MW K IX 1 A for ehurch54 S 10 119 Unknown _____ ___. 81 84 t ''
home after spending a,week with AU ____________________ 1 7! 30>> UII Unknown.._ ?_,______u_ 13434 1 pn ( !
I windows! with as much as Misa Dorothy :Mead at Hampton. Bur R 8W'4 .__-___________ I 7! 90 I>> .MI>> Unknown u 84.78 '
of their goods displayed, NW\ti\ of NW.i..___..______ 8 7 II>> 4o>> W. H. lIodgee---__ IB.a* 1NV5
Remember the regular preaching NE'.. ot NFI". ___________ 4 II .h
4o>> 1>. J O. preen, Jr,__.__. 1/1.8S/ ,
though they were proud to show .services here every second and \< of sin's------------ 6 7 110 .s( Unknown __......__.... 811I 1 ( -
The latter had smaller win. fourth Sunday; Sunday School Lot 11 .x II A In 8E CDI' L, d

i I and about three-fourths of a NI4 .r Lot U_______-. 1 1 .0 UI A. Brown. ________ ".7' p
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at 10 00 o'clock ?
Sunday : ;
every I A In 81 Car of Lot 11 I
were smeared with some : prayer meeting Wednesday night. 1.3 A In IolW Cor of Lot ; + '

that obstructed the view Come. NIIn"t NEW--,-:- '&---8W'--- {-of;-- 1 7 10 I Unknown ____u_-______ ..13 .j f r SNEt4 vu

| some _distance inside was also : Also that portion s t ,
so that one stopping IN TIIK NAME OF Till! STATE of IE'4 ot NWI iii ofpubllo
any
I OK FLORIDA To: Rose H Krt- rto"dbuut a A__ a 1 110 125 Unknown ,?__.__.._ 4115 '
the door could not see beyond. dine, a "It..ntO I the City of NewYork NWi."f NW', II W'y 0'NW4 ? .'
I Was the manager of the "beerparlor" and of New York and .a J'lro'4' ot NW t
whose particular address. and iloml-
ex about a acres R 0
ashamed to let people rile in 661 ntvernlde. Drive Apartment .
sahib road & NI',4.: a ?+ e
the kind of goods he sold, 5A. S\VV4 1 A In SE l.or 190 A, R Rhaw.0----- 86 54.
You are hereby ordered to appear' : :: : i 18 n
i the kind of people who patron. NV4 SWyr. -- ..-_. 40 U A.: hrown.-----:1 17.7:
I In that certain entice now pending Una acre III Sp COI' ofNit" ((4, l'
his store T In the Circuit I Court, TwentySixthfmllclal of J'lWI.' ___. 8 7 10 '
I Unknown
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OBSERVER. I Circuit of Florida, In Cum' .t NFl ('sit' of IIW"
i for Bradford () tIll Chancery, of MWt.&r'w\V21oft, ,
i .- entitled, Albert N. ; '" ye. Hnxe S610ft.Il210f1N18fi

Dublin, Ga., June 4, 1934. I H. 1'Millnx I wherein. the relief prayed It 10 b..tr-D. A.. .._._____ 9 7 10 S A, Brown-.,..._._._. 410 i
for In n divorce on the 12th day of

I County Telegraph ;!lulv, 1B34 will, otherwise be entered a agatnit Decree you ProronfeiiHn Lots('lty 24___ot__ 111k_ .. _3."Ward- _____ I 7 10 11.. n. Cronby.___-______ ".4' 4 f p '
Florida. Lots N, 5 16 11 of 1)1k '
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I for failure to v ft'iVard
Sirs: IT your' )IS 1--UUT1IICH, appear OKDURTCn that t'Ity-. _. _... _-! t 1 20 n. T. Oeteen----------_ 16.41Mr
I 1455. 1.0 D 4. I of Rik S
this Older he I each.
published once
I am enclosing check for renewal week, for four conneciitlvft weeks In Ward i'Ity-------------- 1 7 10 *. J. J. Morgan' ___--__ 6.15
my subscription to the Tele- the llradforil' County Telegraph a Lols 3. 4. 6. II 7 1 ot 1IJ1JO
newspaper pnlilUhed In Hrudforil: Ward Lllly.,_ __._ ___ 8 7 III Mr. B. R. Mot ------___ 8.61 .
County: Florida Lot 1 I of fIIk t I W"'d, f Irv. 5 T .0 M. P. Matheny--- 134SJ1 w '
I am an old Bradford County boy June 6, Tots 8. 8 of Hlk U. Ward w
I 10.14A.. J THOMAS City 8 7 30 %V'. \V
I keep up through the mediumof Ward--------- ry q,
Clerk of Circuit Comt 1.01 III ofUlk 19 Warl Clty_ 8 7 It I Unknown ..._,_?___ 1.14
the Telegraph with many of my Bradford, County, Florldl'I.R" \. 1..01. I. 6 of Vlk U Ward .
I! old schoolmates and boyhood e-8-3St7-| | City __ 5 7 It>> M.' p. Ilalheny---]\ __: ___ S,19 Yi,
I -"- Lot 7 of Ri---------------111 wnrl Clly. I 7 10 1\lra. Laura 13. Buxler_. S.0.1H. i 4 y
friends.! I have been away from { K'" 1I..1rnU'1' Lots I, t, 6,4ofBlk16, y

I ; there so long that doubtless! there Starke, Kloil.lK. June 1 1. 1134 Word 'lIy _____ A 7 10 1'. Oalney. ___________ 2177It. "'
I Hepoit of the Clerk of the Circuit Tot 6of111klSltVarl\ "lIy. 8 7 10 T. Onteen.-_?_?____ 6.74
but few people there now who Court for Bradford County FloiUUon Lots 1 2 i. \i9, la of

I remember, me, but it is a source! of account of taxes a.....H..d for the *11k ib ward: Clty-_ ___ '7 20 a\[. O. ITarrell___________ 4.6. ;(b

I latlsfactlon to me to be able to year 1II3J.A. : Lot 8 of Rlk 10 Ward City_ 8 7 20 HTI. Brown-._?___?_ 110 E
C. KNIOI1T. Tax Collector Lola 7L9.10,11of111k, .
I keep up with the happenings of County Proper U. Ward City------ 5 7 10 It. p. Lewhl.-?___.-. e.40 7,
I To balance due May 1-.11.877,8. S4 ot \ '
: my native county. Hy amount collected___ __ 16100I "" : $" v'v'NWt4ofWy06A
I Very, truly yours, To balance. due June 1._____ .466.117 "f IIY _' .. ___ ._u_____ I 9 T 10 811 N. n. Stnkee 9115 aral
W, W. WARD. To balance.. .n."due and;lftni Morf.llrr.; :::: 8/1659 RW'4 iJf SE'"" ;: _____ _u_. 0 7 Jlo 411 :. r..j.: lllUro ovev.NE'4 ::::. iii:

I Ry amount collected ._ 651.61'l'o of NE'4 a Wtof
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I I I AOIK OK" *PPI.I"TIO\ mil balance: duo June 1.. S.&6J:28 Nluy' & "II. 01 NWIN ill
; I T4.X' I l'l'lNOTICE : ) ..i.untr! Hoed and Brio'.. NE'i of tlw1.4 __ '__'___ 0 7 10 100 ,Unknown _________?__ 10,81.
i : ) Irt, HUHbllY; GIVEN To balance due May 1 6.811,7By !) N\t\ or NEI4 Ilk NW'1 "f .
I That C. J. Powell, holder of Tax. amount collected ___ 1,721111 \'t..y.ot. J41'\ &
Certificate No. *4H, 6th clay i>r AnKU To balance due June 1------- 0Coeaty W a NE'k, ofEMF'S
( L. A. U. mt. haa mod said certificate "".....1 ieeeral I.. ''E tNW41 4 oWU i '",i-l0 T 20 120 Unknown -?---------- .UII,
In my office and mad. appitiaUim To balance due May 1. -I l,3K anHv oi 1I\v
1 foE tax. deed to Issue amount collected:, ,.::, ._:. 1,87747: : NW" ill
I herein In accordance with law To balance du. Jun. 1.._ 8.608.13 I JIIW" ---..- ..________13 7 10. UO Unknown _____ 06,36
IEt.
\ Halil. ('erllt''".,. embraced. the fol- County relic nf ill lW of
loulnff dent'rlhed property ultuatnc] To balance due May 1. 3ns 00 F.'4 ill Idti of NW L&
In Bradford County, Klorlda I tn-wlt: By amount collected _. J76,onTo NW'Ia' nf NWI.1'& E".,
Beginning SI* tttt Neat of North- balance due June 1174.0 0 of LSW% a NW'4 otME'4 }
went Coiner of Northwest Quarterof Total Nab-Nrhitot Ilrgelar & Mm'" of SE:%___ .1 7 20 260' Ullknown ._._ .___u____ 11." t
Northeast Quarter and run South To balance due May 1. h tI.9U,1J 'vii. of NN' of t4lC\\h.14 'I .0 20 Jlln. Leila J. 1I0uh.___ 11,11
Two Hundred Ten feet. Kant' Four Ily amount collected _, 3,57950 NEgofNEyexSANo1' i
Hundred, Twenty Feet. North Two To balance. due June I.. ', .. 7/06.41 road _.._._. _._.. ______-16 1, 10 311 F. C. Holllns.worthr' .,..._ 1I.1t ? "-
Hundred Ten. Feet. Went Four Hundred Teml Meb-nrliiMtl Bended ''' '/ ill NN' of .'
Twenty. Feet" to beginning: In To balance due May 1----- '11.913,113 N'\Y'Ic& rot'>> Section. Five, Townahlp Seven, By amount collected.. .e- l. HO.33 '' of Nw'4! ot SE'4------' 10 10 Unknown ___?-__-_ ,1.11, :
South Range Twenty-two, Ideaonntafnlnw t. To balance. due June 1 _.. 4,2:13.10: Stink nt SW1: .x 8 10 A .
: two acres more or lea A..I..I It. 8WIg nf I1Id'y---15: 7 10 TO J. W Padgett21.46 ,
,
The autenim under the aid certificate !Umuedwan Fly amount collected111.6 0 I M''" ot Eye\ nr NWt41eae. N
In'tha name. of Mile RoblneouLnlena To balance. due Jun. L.____ 4JD.6C I HAW or Branch & ,(" I
aald oertlflcate shall be redeemed WI..w" P..I. NE'4 lit 5Wi4 & NW4. ,' ,' 1 Gtal.a
according to law tax deed.I To balance due May: )/ K.. ... 5(19( Si 9 NEV. lac. 9
::'rl1.1ul mi therfinn on the 7lh day. Hy amount-collw ted_." ,.. .u, 14 M: Ut C.n..ry..for..ii ,, T 10 136'Jr.. K atokee.epI." ____ ao.7el-
;
A n. 134, To balance due June, 1- 126.:6woad 0 I NEVI of 1l'I1':14' lase N 1 -1. 7 10 a. .
Pate' this Otis day nf June A. D lid Bridge I.$.,_$ SE's of toy. .zN12Ak' Unknownr..neaea13,061. .', ,

un. A. J. THOMAS To balance end due Hlekl.K May 1 Feed_____ .10,661 6 I : :"w'k' Aot.F.AaM''. & $1of 1 ,
4ta'I! ; : Clerk of Circuit Court Hy amount ..on.I.. ldals'ntlle ICIGof NWV,.. _____..14 7 10' 411 J. U. K.n"--u--M---__ 16,19
Bradford F"
County
To balance due June 116,657.6A. 1 I
'' | v J. THOMAS, Circuit Clerk, Deal at. a pt 490 ft y..: of ,'" f,
.
NE tor of Wfl of NE'ka ','
W see line "
run on ,1
141 1.1 t1. thence H 54 '. -w., t.S
NOTICE mile 10 M line of ..101 '4l ;' "

NE'4, thence E 344 I-I ,. p
ft. thence. N 1,4 mile too .
thereof Notice a". will I. hereby b. n.c..ary given. that to pay 111.. following the amount d..rlbH.1 tllle for lands lax., nr herein an much a"t<< Nwu,_n' NW'4.S.a'r"I."" 1_AN.__ -17 T 10'' la + m.'L, ......,_.____. 8.011 t{

opposite. tn the same, together with coat nt such sale and a.h"rll"lnlif .f ny__... .n 7, 10 It M. 1', JIolathen7'._..:____ 13,16NW'y l
will he sold "I public auction the :
on and day of Jllly, 1934 at tlt.rk. of SE" k NSy of y
,
b. County of Dr..tord.U..lp. SVlit4, N of IY __ ,-17 'I 10 190 Unknown _-.:.a__._...::_ 34,51

..... .. 8.<-. T 11.\ Owaer lluslad Tae. 10 A W of Ity In N'ft of '
r.nl 1 II: all N'ft of Lo' "- S ,
of and 2, 3------ .. ___' ____0'1 '7 10 RO 1>> RrnOfnr4County nank_ 11I65
NWU S4! of ____ ._ _._.._ 2/1/ 110 .. __... .. ,
E w t'nknown--.$ 8130 ut : _.U 1 10 4u Unknown ______ ___._
11.e
All} ICfJ'4 HI'! ot of SK NBH<3 a 8 of of Rlver.iO New. It 20 UnHnown .,...::-....____. 4.33 !SW'of! NE'44-.1-., h5
NW"a N11, ot HWI,1
Ni, of HEVi!
drill N Hlv.r .____11 7 10 1t0 Unknown
SFyj nf S1CV4 N of a $10V, of ---.1----..r 14,11N)5'4nfNE'I ,

Santa! V* HlTer__-..__._.3 4 19 140 Unknown. ...___.___ 11.37 : ezM14A&s9PA .
1
All ,Hi* of NE'4: A 84 of ..,' ot'Nlc'4 a NW'Of 'fsNEtp
1SWU : 8 of; River .A A Nj,] tit NW'4..2$ 7 10 146 J, n. K.iiy'-------- 1I.nNP.:14o'
f Wl, A Wi4 of .8EV4! A.NKVi : NID'4 ex. t A In NE j+
of SE'4-JJ! H___..64 It 140 Unknown _.__.._...____ 61.17i ('or for echool--------59 7 aO If''nknuwn 111.eNWI I
NB *. all NW>/ 'a of River / of Nit:.,. a SWl'4o'
& N'4 of &K44, A NEofHW'&NlyuiNWI4',!. Rw'y' 89' 1 10 10 Unknown ....:......--_-_
| \ \ 1111'4'4 uf NWS44----------.48- 7 80 45)( Unknown _--_-__.. 14.44

of --.88 41 19 140 t'nknnwn_.._-i"..___-___ .A.1'I, E'f nr SW" & NR"t. of ,
N't of jii-rr"'tJi!!! ;.....Jl6 1111 AO w II. ill M, 8. lla?..l.It .__ $058 NW & HW'4 of $W'.31 7 10 i40fUnknown/ ,.__...___.r 59,90
NW'M ill 8W% .f 8W14,__..14B'4 a Inn I'nknnwn ...,._"_----- 89.76 Wv14? :E'' of SEW. a '
'! of IIW'4i11! St4 of SEi: .. 1 7 1* 160 Unknown .-.*....::_____ 12.00 M.0' .. .92 7, 10 flO 8. L I'reacott93,66 1$
N'* nf NKM TBH ''ofNWK e NW" of N1C a. NRV.:', of k{
NW' Nye ot l'iEI." of

Mfiy! of A s",KV.KW Of, KE(4" -*_ 2 ,7 It 340V.. H. A M. S. lUye*___ t0.6 14W'4 __ .. .. ..... ____..97, 10 100 Unknown ____?___:_ .ll,71rleg
: NEH W4 of 80 ohne W of NE] Cor S I'of
5\Vy'a, El ot Wl,4: ,. !Sec! 26 & run W 436 't tydrN1191.5yde,11,415

N-vvw of ax' "'-"_ _-"_ I 1, It .JillI Unknown ____._________ 4034 / 4'
B4' of Sic,, _,?-__..,_,_,......-I 7, 19 8O Oeneva Hirrell.____.._ It.32 qd., N 11 a 1 a !d e _t o 10 rr
Ni2v of NKV ____.:_..,._.-.,i 1 11 4O1.. V. K lw rd._.,._____.. K.vt o ..1I 7 10 Dank 01 tllarke_______. UO, 1NW'of
$Wy A $Ey! of -1.t

BETA of NE14___*_"_XI.i4_!__1_" t 7 II 110 H. C. Edw.rde_....____ 44.71 fJE"', .__________. ____.____16 7 10 110 Unknown __.________ 1',4aNW 1,1
mf of "N"W% ill JD ofKW'l / .urNtr ot HWI4.U 1 .0 840 T, 1>. Dyal------___.... 7993 'h
__ .
._ i It 140 Unknown _____ 11.30 of NIC\o\ I".a I A In. t'NE
B'5 NMrM & NEr? of r ? ??- ?? /' ('0... fur church .__ _If 7 II 79' T. D. Dyal.._.__-...._ 30,11, s

3w>4 B\VV4 of Bfi.'... _10 ,1 It .16.- Unknown__._______.__ 1130It : .aNy ot NW" .. '
WV.,of NW% of NB\4-___1 '7 ZU U.n.... Harrell.1.51 : Nit, :uf 4r uf IIFJ'4 IiIE"di NWyi .of__.21 7 .0 950( Unknown ......___ GI.n ts\E'

NKVi! of NE% BH of, Hie", _._ ._.. ___ __141 4 II 131>> John Orlffl._."______.. UtlNca. ,
NW'i of NKVi: .. ___ ..11M'A 7 It 4* )Ofr.. BuU ll&rrell___. 14." ; or 8re" or IIW' __. __It 4 It _IJ "Ira. 'luster "app___ 11,11, {
.
of asswyof5Et4E All E'yof NWI, of NWI4

N-WM:by \fjt 81\4.U! \ \ & 1 U 140 Unknown _______._-__ 4H.J3 14 a. W 0' Put,).., ro"cI_ ".
NE'-t' or NE'tt.f. ..---" 'I U 40 J. ... Natthew.16.59 10 A A 11'4 of NI'Jio'ofW""f
Jth.r..l8. 2 Ie 40 Unknown .._ _____. ...1 a I A In y63' Cop
N\iI 0' .Ell. II ? of NW' NW'1t __. _16 II II II T. 1. Monk'._________ lilt
Jl'j "< NW' ""J1of\: -" Nt:'.. of I'iE44 of NW"4.U 6 II )41 Horace. Norman.-- 6.Issw's
.
'I It JIG Unknown __ ._ .. .10SO ?
NWUNB'l'4 .& Nft\o\ of lilrYt.U: u ,11 of "1 x 10 A CCN.Id. '
I : 01 '/ ,-- __ _---- ..36 & 4O H. U Junn _w___?__ II Oil :. sicl4 of NW% -I. I 11' 70 Drew H.ddleh10.11 vNEV.
fINK' .___ 1 0 10 40 Unknown ________.___ 4 00
> '6-- -- 0' "F ..__ ______.28 II 11. 40 n. C. ('on._..__..._?_ 15.10Sic' .
m .. In NW Cor of SVfc of uf "WI/- ______ -_-... 6 It 40( T.. 11. Tyre.-_____ 11..0 3
t4W% of HW'4' N of road '' of N7'4" WI-Iy of "'
9 end W of rottd. A'..NW\4' 1' S *4 t P. W. Keller..____..... 1.41WI3AofNW4 NW IIWI(, of WI4. Alai d cq

; : \ \ coin lOt HW Co. ..f NWL. ." .
aV 7AotN2lefawyoof / 1C I clans qYA
rw% .- -_--____-_ 1 1 14)) 20 Mr*. W. B.! YlrboroDgn. '.1' orIIW'/ A ran theme N 40 '< ? Sdegrees.
u ,
I Ie .'... 'r,..
SEl, of NE'4 A 0yy 01 E 10 chnr, athenee
(KVi. 4k N W\o\ .of 1I1ff'4 & W e .,hn., th.nc.
Nle <>f HWH" of IIEII.! ext : lit to ".11'-14 A. Ale) 't,
for school NW Cor 01 'gr
A In BE\! Cor I' An
4 A for roe.4. -,.._.. I 0 10 171 R. P. :Merritt---------- IIW'4 01 IIWy._______... I II m T' W. 95 Wpllt.n ........-- II.T' p
K'a of HWVi" of SEVi: _.- I 1 10 So Frank teiner--______. .U AIINI'.g.'rl..ANE:: I. ;,.) ', : -' }
NB'' lees. road -.-__J.11 I 10 US Frank Bieln.r._____ 41.0' ot 1Ey4 ..".Pt about 4
All E'4 of 8E14. E uf pal>- "h..reb.m...
<<
II"l., road .__n__ ,-..,...-_.1.t e III 4I1t W. t. Turner______ 1414.4k A for. tll1: of HJoJ'4' N
of :5W%_________ 4 20 I. W. T.; Turner--_ 21.61 of tery flran'h A

IIW% of NWU A all NWV4of MIO' .. NII'4 or M\VlyoL3a\ I It au W. )1, Whitten------.... 11.n
NWH 3 of ..rad.d NW" ot NI4.U! 6 It 4' J. A. Hullingaworth.IL.., tdNW
rand lee. road right of
-..__. ..11 4 10 4* Frank Dtolner_.___._ 1M.I4/ 4A,:f_Nf0'N_ a_NffiV._oI.1II II' sA Drew n..I.h. .. _._______ .US csaEVE
N.E"'orswjr- :_....____IS 1 SOU Mr. Mary JJ.: Turner_ 11.00 uf .11: .. ______..16 0 II .0 Unknown ..___?__.__ IU jA
Sty of SW'4 of KW14 ) .. .'
NW'4 of BW-. ._____._-11 I I. 40 8. C.Prank. Cr....____ 14.14 ., : .. NW Cur forrhEy.nrch
EVj of 8WW .* W,1714 ANF liefI
a II... tlf 514.1'
of w.. 0' 8E 1-. ':"'___-14. 4 10 It 8telner.. ___ 2414 \. .. ..__ I 11 U N, D. Or..n. ,___?_: n." et
'4 of N KH ex I' A In-SE4'or "fI1 0' IIW't! .. Wyf of t "
NV % of NEV *a W\ol.\ 0' II '4___ _______ .... 3 11 .0 'L, A. n.w..______ 16.84aEl.
S A In MB CorNWH .. _. '. ;:"t 1 10 74 E. A. A Mabel Bapp. __ 27.03 .' lOt W'4--- Je 0' It' .0 Unknown .._?__ ........ n...

of NFF.E'* ot N.... of MW"} ._ __.__..v. .4 91 .0 Unknown _____._..v-_ U...
N'vti t A SWM! of 1 P !'A11 I 20 10 I Unknown _..-"-_____-. 22 it Wly ot NW ...._____ a .1..1 10. Unknownr._______ 16.66I4Elek7
N4 of NE,i Of BMTJ _,._.16 ",4 SO S. Unknown.____-....r4.00 WJ ..f \( :tl 0" '" Net
\ N" of NW % of 8VTJti. ,.. _.} 1 SO SO J W ..Town..nd..on. Y W\It\ f 11, 61 110 M. C. n..alar_______ ".11
II aV\ of BB'4.-__-____-___1. 0. 10 40 Unknown.._..,,,w._ 4.11" N1C 4 ol Ng'I\O NWA'of .
All4.45 H..l1 8...' New' NWvI, '. of 9t El '
River .....__ I' S 10 140 Bar Bw Mill Co...._ 11.." a N"r :fLllw aslc', : Mtlof
I All .$S B of HI,... .* *K:' .t\4\ .-.-. _..._'__... f I 11 '.0. Unknown ________ .__.__ "6.91Nty
of -_ ---I' 4 10 130 Ray Saw Mill Co.__..? .7." of HEI4 A 1ICt4. ofaENWV4h.f
NE 4 afE"'WW' -/ / \ 4 4f 4fawl
J : NWV
.
Wfct: A Nil awi4 E r 44
of Klver.BB'4 : r _.11 4 50 to, Unknown __.___...,_-. 1117 a MW'k' ,;1 sEi4 aaWGc
: : of Mw b..4 -u 10 4., T. B. Kdward__ ., 1100 I 6. 31 490 Unknown, a ,5,1.NS1t4'a .
NH 01' SW't ot $E44-,,. U 4 20 10 Hannah William..-<,.- hoe of Vy 6 Pi'-tq of t 1

WWU. of KBVt BWVofNH NW\It\ tit S9I', I 6 95 120 JL J. Koiling. ,, _.,. 67.31
JIIW & Noy 0' .,WYt. .a IItc'4 of NE".. 411 E"" 0' I ;
.., BK'4' ) __' .-_11BKV II. S$ ,)14f, Frm.re. Dealer.Dank 1414It W" a .n. ,-.-. --1"--" 6 4 31 110, Vhknowr"S ''n.M+ 41.80 .1..u
'V of NW SA,, InN of W'kaN ".i oat -
I H' Cor for ehur,,,h__.,ll 1 20 .MnS9. .D J; k J. 1t.,X.U."..__ ,10 % ...+r..--1.1 a $1 60 Unkn0Wi4.U., 21.x6 '

; ;: ,', : JlfW 01 NIbY./ .N 0'," 't rib ,nr ,''\I'0' ,5I All y.4, ; +,ieww.-w-:.lr.jw': 1 .V t, wtT', Uf'vUD.tY aka w .?".7rr.. a. ., +rr41 a' '



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? FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, dI'NE'

\: --- h__ ----..---- _._-- ...,.- ----.. ... '-... ---- -'- ------- --------.- U. 1911

Keep Looking Young By Not Worrying About, SPEAKER BELGIAN CONGO AT MISSION MISSIONARY IIALL Treasure of Great" Price"Matthew and 13tl1"The chapter


LI 'How You Will Look Tomorrow. Ladies Told I -hour:-of Bible$study ..Remember" .-" to .bring your-- .ElhleaJOSEPII :
'SocietvA1 --- - The regular --
was set aside on Tuesday eveningin D. TOBLEii
order that those present, the -

Maturity Brings Its Own number being about as usual despite Funeral services were held
a steady rainfall, might hear Thursday afternoon at 2:00
Kind
Special Beauty Dr. Boyer, a Belgian Congo mis- at the. First Christian o'clock
Church
Birthday Dinner 0. E. S. NoticeThe for
to Clever WomenBy sionary, who is a visitor in town Joseph D. Tobler 33, \\'fcTd
For BrothersMrs. .regular meeting of the thin week. John 21:16-17: has a early Tuesday morning at the !j
rest
F. A. Scott and slater.l Mrs. Starke Chapter, Order of Eastern ELIZABETH CROCKER -new and .richer meaning to all dence of his sister-in-law !:,.:

J. T. Qulgley, entertained at dinner Star, will be held Monday night at Director, National Beauty hailer who heard the Inspiring messageby Sally Tison where he was brought
Thursday evening, at the homo of Dr.Boyer and the light revealed three weeks ago for treatment
i the former, the occasion being the 8:00: o'clock at the chapter room.Following .' COUNTING. the miles you walk implanted a longing in each one, service was conducted by the The
J
Rev
birthday anniversaries of their the meeting a social and not :your graying hairs;; probably, to express in personal, I John Dixon, pastor of the North.

brothers, L. A. and L. J. Wynn, one hour will be enjoyed when a special counting the glasses of water you individual service their devotion Shore Christian Church of Jack
drink and not :your friends' new and to the Christ instead of sonville, and
anniversary la on the 4th and the musical will be given. loyalty Interment followed
program ;
l1a
t other on the 11th of June. Refreshments will be served by the Frocks live fully; concentrating today without on worrylni how tc: a mere profession. His visit to the Crosby,Lake cemetery. Pallbearers -

After a delicious dinner the time committee. A 8 mission brought a real blessing were: Nick Norton, Fred and
bow you'll look tomorrow-these
was pleasantly spent with: music, which will no doubt flow throughand Jim Halslop, James Massaro, Then
the old-
are surest ways to a young
contests and riddles. Thirteen Mt,6'a, I be transplanted into the lives Tison and O. A. Andrew
sons were present per. Baptist W. M. S. MeetingThe age t And using the purest powden of others. surviving are his wife Mrs Those
Mattta
f11 i business and program meet and creams, not-too-much lipstick 01 .The missionary Is ably assisted Tobler and three brothers, Paul

i wwl The largest copper mine in the ing of the Baptist W. M. S. will be rouge,a and good nourishing tissue your skinwith by his wife who bas a splendid Henry and Andy Tobler, all of Sel.
a eastern United States Is located on held at the Church Monday afternoon : cream protectIng voice ,and who contributed two lers Lake.,
It with a line foundation cream,,
1 Eagle Creek, Swain County, North at 3:30 o'clock. Circle No. 3 I. to attractive songs, one in the Congo language.The .
a pretty
sure an
Carolina, and is known as the Fossteas. will have charge of the program maturity! That way Is, for the clove subject next week at the The English are the world'
for the afternoon woman! Bible study will be the one an- greatest tea drinkers. The AmerU
I nounced for this week: "The Pearl cans drink the most coffee.
a She may cherish her lipstick, her
cleansing cream, or her perfectly- -
I- I bleuded face powder, but she also

Clover knows what the Melba Charm SPECIAL LOW PRICES
Farm Store School has long preached-that a

sluggish digestion can undo all the ox
?l good of her favorite cosmetics. She C o p

STARKE, FLORIDA realizes that her skin needs good TEAOUR
Food just as she does, and uses Actual, photographs showing shin. at various ages. (a) Skin of a woman
a laboratory-tested nourishing. i of 20; (b) of 80; ((0)) of 40; and, (d) of 50.
Friday SPECIALS OWN BLEND NECTAR
Saturday cream faithfully each: day to ward, not temnt tier': .hA demnnda a rell- self and her sick neighbor. She BLEND:

.d off "Just a few of the wrinkles" able brand of cosmetics and then does not scoff at all the "homely tSiNtDAt10MYtfSI Y.Ib.Pkg 1-lb.Pkg re.Ib.Pkg i H-lbl'kg

L When her hair Is reall) gray and uses them wisely and well. virtues;" rather, she knows now
CREAM
; Pet 15c 29c 15c
or Carnation, Tall ___|l6c she must choose between dyeing 1 it One? a, woman accepts the fact that the old adage of "kind heartsare ( 27c

"o Small)) 3 For .I'lOcRICE. or leaving It,she often compromiseson that growing older can bring her
H __ ____'_____ more than coronets" is true;
--- a becoming long-bob, Instead of its own special kind of beauty, she'son
although she may not always have
becoming a platinum blonde of fifty the road to.acquiring that special
SULTANA, Large RED
.. 10 Lbs. 41c__ -,5 Lbs. ,21 believed It. She Is far too busy as
.
<:," odd. She knows that useful hands beauty She realizes that one .
need not cry out their usefulness by cannot depend on cosmetics alone In her youth.to spend hours worrying BEANS 16Oz. Can 5c

GRITS or MEAL _. _____ 10 Lbs. 23c<::,: being red and rough, and quite as a for beauty, so she tna.es sure to and because In old age old Is inevitable does, .
matter of course, uses a good band get sufficient. sleep and exercise, consequence age
? SELF RISING lotion every time she washes her whether by working in a garden or not catch up with her-and she DIXIE CRYSTAL
and bottles do to market to for bar- stays for a long, long time I
hands Fancy jars by going shop young
FLOUR 24 lbs. S5c 12 lbs 45c 6 Ibs. 25c SUGAR 5 Pounds 23c


,f:; Rittera Pork& Beans__.,4 16-oz. Cans 15c Johnson' -Iahr Officers Woman's For Club New Elects Year IONA, Plain or Self Rising 12-Lb. Bag 21-Lb. Bag
; Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Kahr, Sr., an- LAWTEYO.
: nounce the marriage of their The Woman's Club of Starke
;PEACHES, No. 2% Cans2 For 25c daughter, Christine Bernice E. held Its annual Installation of officers J. Phillip, Cor. IFLOURFINEST 48c 89c

Johnson,, Tuesday, June 12,. 1934, Wednesday afternoon.
:ICE, CREAM POWDER.--.Package' 5c Macclenny, Florida. Mrs. W. E. Middleton, retiring SHORTENING l-Lb.Ctn. 4-Lb.Ctnu 8-Lb.Cln.

Mrs; Johnson has been, a life long president, gave a resume of the VEGETABLE MOVEMENTSweet
resident of Starke. For the past past year's wartt. It was interesting corn and lima beans'aremoving COMPOUND 8c 32c 59c

;l;, \LUX: Toilet Soap or CHIPSO______.__7c three years she has been a valued to note the growth of the club from the local platform

) employee of the Hoover Brothers and the many worthwhile achieve- dally in trucks and carlots. Pricesare .

'TOILET'TISSUE .............._... _3 Rol'sl' lOc studio and with her pleasing personality ments accomplished despite the discouraging reins very the atl factory. On accountof will
obstacles., corn shipments WHITE HOUSE Fancy Blue Rose
i has won for herself a host Special men
of friends. tion was given Mrs. Q. H, Lowry be very light this season.PERSONALS .
,LARD ... .. .--- .. 4Lb. Package 30c for her outstanding work in the EVAPORATEDMILK WHOLE GRAINRICE
Mr. Johnson has been a residentof
Music Study Club which became
ROUND,LOIN and TBONBSTEAK : :"I.r ? Starke for the;past two years federated with the National Federation Mr. and Mrs R. F, Howell, who

rJ, --..________.._w...__Pound 15c Hart where Furniture he has a Company position,with and during the: of this of Music Clubs In February for have the been past residents several of years this movedto place

+,i', his stay here has made many year. Olustee Friday where Mr. How- 3 Tall Cans 17c 5 Pounds 25cBUNNYFIELD
FRESH!
!! PORK .
a .. The officers installed
< ;, ..I.1t! friends who will wish him and his for the new ell has .

SAUSAGE: and WEINERS._2 Lbs.y! 25p: bride much happiness' ._f. year Mrs. were Edward as ,follows Burns:_ President), Dr. and employment Mrs J.,. H. Carradine J '

.. They sere at "home Ito' their ; vlce-presl- were shopping in Jacksonville Friday -
3w dent, Mrs. O. U Boasley ,
NECK, I friends at the home ; secretary CORN FLAKES Package 7c
BONES Pound 5c Sparkman om .
_... Mrs S. I* Peek; treasurer, Mrs. T.
East! Call Street where they have
T. Long. Miss Gullda Marie Thede, who _
.
I' i Spare.Ribs and Pig Tails._.,_. 3 Lbs. 25eI I an apartment. _. :' ,The following were named as has been visiting la Miami returned PEACHES IONA No. 2l/2 Can 15c
i LOCAL SERVICE chairman of departments and com- to her home here Sunday.Mr. .

Fresh mltees which comprise the execu- and Mrs C. R,Atkinson and
Mrs Gertrude Klnlaw, local florist RAJAH

I Daisy CHEESE '
Pound
.. 18c
__ tive board finance
has announced that she recently : Mrs D. P. son, Cecil, of Miami visited relatives SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 15c
became a member Florists' Carpenter; house, Mrs. J. E. Wil- here Sunday while in routeto ,

rah,, Best Grade BUTTER __ Pound 28c :Telegraphic J (pqllvery\ .Association.This son; membership, Mre.-W. E. Middle Macon, Go COLD STREAM

rt service will' accommodate ton; school, Mrs. H. C. Wall; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.,. Moore, who
SALT or MATCHES. ._ __3 For lOc I anyone who. wishes to send flowersto program, Mrs. O. L. Haynes; music have been spending some time in PINK SALMON Tall Can 12c

: II I any part'of the world, Mrs. Kin-. study, Mrs. George H. Lowry; edu- Fort Meade, returned to their

; ; ti 'PEANUT BUTTER t30z.JartOe ]law says. cation, Mrs. '.L>. F. Chapman. ; legislation home here Sunday. HIRES Root Beer Extract 25c
i Mrs. N. D. Wainwright; '

\, FRESH DRESSED FRYERS A man who weighs.Z00 gonads health, Mrs. L. G. Powell. ; American home Sumpier here Sunday Harley from returned Ft. Meade to his
Home, Mrs. L. D,
c an the earth would, weigh three Vining; mu-
t-- where he has
been
: I tons If he could live on the eun.ICanova' sic,Mrs. A. Z. Adkins; beautlfication. several weeks. employed for Fresh 'Fruit and VegetablesORANGES

Mrs. E. L. Blarzs-- .: -cress.. Mrs.----.
L. A. Davis. David W. Moore who Is em-

feF After the Installation ceremony, ployed in the FERA offices in
I Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Stump Jacksonville spent the week-end Dozen. 25c

delighted the audience with several here with his family. Fresh PEACHES Quart 10c
musical numbers. Fred Moore and L. F. Dinkinsare
Pharmacy visiting in New York City thisweek. SEEDLESS GRAPES Pound 15c

::: Ladles Auxiliary,Meets .. BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c
M. F. Brown of Tampa spent the
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
I IPresbyterian' week-end with his parents Dr. and LETTUCE Head 10c
i FLORIDA Church met at the
T-
STARKE Mrs. Q. W. Brown. I
home of Mrs E. M, Davis Tuesday CELERY 15c
-i # v\A J. C. Gatewood of Ocala was a Stalk
afternoon at
3:30
: o'clock.

fr :. Mrs. II. H. Young conducted the visitor. L.here F.Saturday.Mrs. Dinkins and. Miss Doily Fresh BLUEBERRIES Quart, I5c

,h : ,-. FRIDAY AND SATURDAYSPECIALS session meeting. Mrs.and after W.'C.a short Boyer,business a mis-:' Dinkins were! shopping In Jacksonville Fresh OKRA Quart, tOe>

k '' 4 sionary from Africa, gave a very Mr. and Tuesday.Mrs George Dunham Fresh CROWDER PEAS Quart 15c
Interesting talk on the work In theCongo. ,
attended church services at Hamp.ton .
.
Sunday evening. IONA BRANDTOMATOES
Following the meeting a social

: period was enjoyed when the hostess friends Miss Mattie at.Olustee Edith over Rowe the visited week- 2.No. 2.Cans, 15c
.
... served delicious refreshments. end.
BEST FOODS. BREAD and BUTTER _
A TRIBUTE TO Miss Virginia Miller of JacksonVille PICKLES Jar 15c

.' ,' .." :,, CLARA HOOVER SISTRUNK Is visiting relatives here this


I Milk Shakes:,._---."---. .. -___.____.:_.__._'5c'r abilities The &lIlbltloDlI'.the of human beings strength are;subservient and- !week Mrs. A. H. Harley Jr., and Miss Fleischmann's YEAST Cake 3c
.. Abble
Harley were shopping In
r -
the'will
to f the
T> Almighty LIBBY'S

:Ice, Cream "Sodas-____ ?: ______________ lOc. life Creator with the, who breath animates"of His human divine Jacksonville Rev. James Tuesday/Lyell will' preach at ROAST BEEF 2 No 2 Cans 25c


1 t':ice Cream Sundaes ; lOc spirit respond:When and in God responding calla we leave must the 11:00: Baptist am. and Church 8:00: here pm.. Sunday All are at CAMAY SOAP 6 Cakes 27c

____. __-_.-----:--..-- our earthly home, our familiar Invited. to attend. .1, _
r. J H. Moore was a business vial
\ chair. at the
fireside
vacant, and
1 t t the hearts. of relatives tor to Alachua Tuesday
and
\ friends J. M.,Brownlee of Starke ANN PAGE ANN PAGE
t. 50c: RUBBING ALCOHOL..._____._25c 25c MILK of MAGNESIA -___..___..i9 c with sorrow.. business visitor here Tuesday.was a
Our beloved friend and DELICIOUS PURE FRUIT I GRAPEJELLY
member, PURE
$1.00. WINE OF CARDUI,____..._____69cI 50c )IiLKof: MAGNESIA (PintJ...>29c, Clara Hoover' Slstrunk. received tor J to/a.! Starke Austin Saturday.Mrs. was a business. vial

-q that summons that annuls, all Interest PRESERVES
d I 25e, Thedford's Black Draught___,..._17c. $1.00 MILKof' MAGNESIA (Quart)._49cv In terrestrial affairs, but the relatives. Walter at New WUIimann River visited :
Wednesday.

}. 140e .Fletcher's, CASTORIA,.__.___28c50c ,GOcScott's s; Cod Liver OiL_?..____.44ci Influence for of her any life cause and in her which enthusiasm ping Mrs.in J.Jacksonville H. Carradine was shop 2 16-oz.. Jars 33c 2 16-oz. Jars 33c

'' 1. ; Ipana TOOTH, PASTE_-39f $1.00ppjo"n, Citrocarbonate.-____.60c she took an interest have remainedan Mr. and M.... W. C.Monday.Wooten and ::dGR
Inheritance that may well Inspire -
ii Mel 8S0N"8 1.00 Wampofe'a Cod Liver Oil who had Mrs. Enoch Griffla were visitors to NDMOTIIEROS
; ___.._469c73c everyone personal Jacksonville Monday. Frmh. Plain J4-OI-
.f filkof Magnesia Tooth Paste.17c contact with her. or Sliced 14-Oc. 18-Oc. :
,2J5$ !
/ \ : Squibb's Antiseptic Solution-..;;_.49e>, w .
We, the officers and membersof
'$ *, .75c;'Squlbb's. MINERAL OIL_____59cM 75c llayeetsptrln Tablets (100))'. ,..-ge tie Woman's Club 'of Starke, I BUTLER appreciate THANKS the loyal VOTERS support of BREAD 6c 8c lOc
Florida. .realize with
profound
F ;" '60c SYRUP FIGS__________44c 35c White's. Cream Vermituge2ge and regret the vacancy in sorrow our on my June many the friends 5th that in the voted for me AAP BRAJVP; -prjRB CONCORD PUBot 4Lo1'}
first
Iloubigant Dusting Powder$1.00 COLGATE'S midst created 'b; the absence of primary
$1.50
and to those that did not

:>, i'20c. PEROXIDE ____,____.._______10c lOc Perfumed Soaps--._..___6 For 29c725eCol.ra't April Clara 9.Hoover 19W: ;', ,tNe truck do ,hereby who died express support me I hold no malice toward GRABE JUICE 13c 23c
you. Wishing
i "SOcJUc ncn'aSlIAVING CREAM&.39C;, :- l 's Tooth Paste. ___,_,___19iSOCj our deep sympathy to her be.rea'Ted good a time as I had everyboy la my campaign. as 8 '0''SJ K' Mild. Mellow PCRE SANTOS
1 husbaad.<,Q. M. Siatmnk.

m .; ..60, ,'BALSAM: 1 :O!' MYRRIL.-. r!".4.le, ,, Yeast Tablets_...__._____39e. and to bet loved on**., Therefore .- 'e C C. BTJTLER. COFFEE; 19c
tPerPdand
t Sue Grove Chill. Tonic. _.-- g.. _39c $1.00 Elmo Cleansing,Cream.-_, :-___:-89e73c be Resolved.It That 'of'this ; : >
a copy
CEMETERY!: : HAND J3 '
$1.20 SYRUP pF PEPSIN_ .... .98c, Alophen_ Pills,,! ((100))_._ 1..;._. __59< tribute be sent to hn Immediate There will be WORKING a *- NEit': ..lt.d' :J'

... family.JEANNETTR" G'YOUNG ham Mount, on Sinai,Tuesday cemetery,."June working, 18.near Interested Gra at CORN 1 MEAL S'P's lOce 1

BESSIF.. M.BURNS, ,
parties
are.aa'cedto I ,b* on .
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fft Judge A.Z. Adklna spent-several "i rs. E. 'L. Biggs and little I Miss Anne Pentecost of West Mrs. W. J. Epperson,worthy ma- 1

ffIe t ,,' days in St. Augustine, last ,week NAT 'SEZ: daughter,.Dotty Sue\ and Mrs. II. ,Palm Beach and Lawrencevtlle, tron of the Starke Chapter, Order
I presiding( at the spring: term fft C.: Ritch lJPf'ntleveral days'in St. !Ga.. was 'recent'guest or Mrs. 1l' of Eastern\ Star; Mr. and Mr -."U 1

Bits of cour'4 It la Just exactly!',* 9:30: Thursday Augustine last: week visiting Mrs. A. 'Scott. Mina Pentacost' waft D. Green, Mrs B.:WftHayen, Mrs. { 1;
Friends morning and'the rhone rings., 'I fclggs' mother, Mrs. O. J. Griffin graduated this year from ::bet Stat Edna Hart, Mrs. 0.sA': Anderson! i
of Supt. A. J. Grlf fls wUl Gene wants to know what. Nat sei University at Athens, Ga. *" """* Mrs. Glen Searllng,)frs, Char*
'lei Idxk regret to learn that be la confinedto this week and Mr. and Mra. Jonnny Williams Overstreet and. Miss Pearl Mlft- f ,
IDeal News' his borne with a case of typhoid Nat's mind t ls.s and son, Johnny. Jr., who have nlng were in Gainesville last.Friday '
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mulliken and
fever blank! blank the I
f( as a spent past several weeks in dif- evening attending; the official
son, and Mr. and Mrs, William Rib.
lie CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs. Lafayette Williams- left cartridge that !ferent points in Virginia and West ble of Miami have been guests of visit of the grand matron,' Mrs.Nanoye .;t w
8 has already been Virginia, are spending some time '.
Rickard of Miami, to the $
Rev. and Mrs C. B. Price at the
Monday for Opp, Ala., where she here. f
PROGRESS OF TIlE COUNTY AND TOWN fired. '
Gainesville Chapter.Order of East- th
hf Baptist for several ,
will visit relatives for several. Just sent > parsonage days
R a ,
Irt4 I ern Star
route to Park, N. J. !
on
Asbury
e weeks. telegram to Fer- Miss Mary Brownlee spent last r f
f4.ev
!\ nandlna telling week In DeLand visiting her uncle .
-'- L. F. Smith and family have them not to and aunt, Col. and :Mrs. J, E Miss Harriet Ritch spent Tues THOMAS THANKS VOTERS ) ,,
ck l fulls Iris Brown of Lake Butler I Mrs. Gladys Harvey of Jackson- moved into their new house east come over today .. Futch, and Is spending this ;week day In Madison with her slater, I wish to express my apprecIa- !
. iO w a visitor here Monday. ville is a guest of Mra. Jessie Mae of Starke, on the Keystone Heights because It look- at Daytona Beach, the guest of Mrs. Herbert Durden. Miss Ritch tion to the voters of South Starke
ar Blakely this week. highway. ed too much like Mills Betty Mace.,. was accompanied home by hermother : precinct for the splendid vote given ;, '
of Lawtey was are I me June 3. for the office of County Y
'0\\d 0, W. Roberts rain. I Mrs. J. It. Hitch, who '
' ( jslnesa visitor here Monday. Mrs. E. S. Matthews and brother Ovid Haynes of Hampton was In If you have any trouble keeping Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and !spent the past two weeks in Madi Commissioner\ ,
'0 B. R. Wltkovskl, were visitors Starke Monday visiting his son-in- your mind occupied you ought to baby of Hllliard spent the week- son. MALLORY THOMAS. ,, 7

tl ree, A. Brinson of Hugh was a I to Gaienavllle Monday. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P. try being a baseball manager, It's. end with i:MX. ,Shepard's brother- f
. T J..Pearce, :in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. CONNER THANKS VOTERSI
\ lots of fun.
jl'ncss visitor here Saturday.L. Leon A. Cray left last Thursdayfor
IUeI.uel wish to heartiest
,: A. ,' express my
Knight at the
Knight cottage
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins of I Just happened to< think that I Tallahassee where he is teach appreciation to the voters\ of the % i
J Wynn of Hampton was a New River were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Troy Andrews'and this rain la going to ruin some of i at Kingsley Lake.Congressman ing in the summer school at the North Starke precinct for the

I'. uslness visitor here Monday. Wednesday afternoon. Miss Oveda Andrews of Morrlaton those' nice white straw lids that I H. A. Green, !accompanied Woman's College. Mrs. Gray and splendid vote given me June 5, as { ,? ',
were visitors to Starke Tuesday you fellows sons are Apalachlcola .
I by his secretary Miss candidate for County Commis
: L. A Brown "Brooker was aLsltor R. L. Geiger of Green Cove afternoon ." summer, so :just"as soon as it :Aline Fraser of Macclenny, George her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. H. stoner '

d.p here Tuesday afternoon. Springs was looking after business clears up come In and buy yourself C. Johns of Lake Butler, J. R. Col- Hoffman. L. L. CONNER. t,4 ,
Dr. and Mrs.. Bryant S. Carroll a new one; they don't cost much.
-- interests here Monday. ley and H_ L. Brownlee, Jr., left .
Mrs. Nan Estes of Jacksonville, tf HBMM of Jacksonville spent Sunday In Sunday for Washington,' D. C., 'Mr4'..'and Mrs. L. M. Gray and The German railway system' iA' ,

Las a visitor to Starke Thursday.! Mrs. J. A. Cunningham of San- Mrs.Starke F..with H. Long.Mrs. Carroll's mother, Men's Straw Hats where Congressman Green took ,daughter, Miss! Helen, of Gainesville the world's, largest employer of ?I

ford is here on a visit with her Mater Soft Straws Hard Straw up his official duties as reprenento- were in Starke Sunday visit- labor, I
Mrs. H. C. Kelly of New River Mrs. E. M. Thomas. tlve of the Second Congressional ing Mr. and Mrs. George B\Flynn. .
I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and 69cto$1.49Men's
Las a visitor here Friday after-J District after spending several They were accompanied home by Guinea pigs multiply with greater ... ,
Juanita and Sara,
fcoon. _,. I I Mr.and Mrs.C.Wesley Laraon of daughters Sunday In,Sanderson with Mr.spent and weeks here in the Interest of his George Flynn, Jr., who will .spendseveral rapidity than any other quad,
campaign for re-election. days with them. ruped. ;
;Joe D. Peele and J. C Prevatt ofatey Keystone Heights were visiting Mrs, W. F. Barefoot Dress Shirt ---- --_. ---- --- ---
friends here !lost Thursday.Mr. .
were attending to business EXTRA-
[ Monday. A. B. Surrency, R. T. Osteen, J.I QU.\U fV,
eye and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and M. Mott and P. A Crosby of the 98c

Miss Mina Mafiassa and Al Ma- children have moved out to their Brooker section were attending to

Jnissa were visitors to Jackaonhltle cottage at Klngsley Lake. business here Monday.Mrs. SUGAR rl
IP TOD
Tuesday. Men's Work Shoes
Mrs. C. B. Roberts of Graham M. C. Stith and three sons, l'etersl, ,' Dluntniid. Brand
Mrs.! A, F. Sauls and daughter, was in Starke, Monday afternoon of Jacksonville, spent several days
Ins Louise Snyder, spent Tuesday visiting Mrs. J. :P. Roberts. this week with her parents: Mr. $1.95 5 Lbs. 23c
and Mrs. It. L. Brownlee '
|m Jacksonville. GROCERY
Master Boooy Stith of Jackson- a.nder.1 I Ol'lt SI'KCIAL
and Mrs. I. W..Plnholster of Mrs. S. A. Barefoot of Men's Imrus
I Mr. ville is visiting his grandparents, ] ORANGE PEKOE
son spent last week in Starke with
luke visitors to Starko
City were Mr. and Mrs.H. IX Brownlee.Mrs. SPECIAL LOT
Tuesday afternoon. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr STARKE, FLORIDA TEA''
and Mra. P. Ml Barefoot $1.00
L. r, Dinkins an-S little 2Lb. 15c

Miss been Ina spending Forsyth several of JacksonvUlehas days in daughter, Jo Ann, of Lawtey were Judge A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. M. E. Friday Saturday, June 15 16

starke with friends. visitors here Monday afternoon. Edwards, Miss Lois Adkins and A. Men's Bathing Trunks

Z. Adkins, Jr., spent Thursday in
Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville Jacksonville with relatives. $1.00 and $1.503IUNSINGWE.IR
FANCY PACK
A. A. Durden and family have
spent Tuesday in Starke with
$1.93
[moved into the Quigley' cottage on her mother, Mrs. M..E. Edwards. Mrs. Sam T., Dell and daughter,
I South Cherry Street. I Produce and Fruits
MA TOES
Miss Olive, of Gainesville have WHY RISK INFERIOR GOODS: TO
Mr. and Mra. J. R. }
Boring Jr. been enjoying a several days' stayat ; WE' CARRY THE BEST

A and little son of Jacksonville spent their cottage at Klngsley Lake. IT PAYS TO BUY AT 3 No.. 2 Cans ..25c <<
.
CENT WORD Sunday in Starke with relatives.\!. 5 Pounds lOc '
No. 1 Irish Potatoes _
Mr., and Mrs. Charles W. Chalker STERNBERG'SStarke
COLUMN Mrs. L.A.Reynolds baa been en- and sons, John and Bill, of New WHOLE GRAIN Golden Ripe Bananas-,..4 Pounds ,15c ,; ,
joying a visit in Richmond, Vt: .,
Orleans visiting Mrs. Chalker's
are
with her husband who Is Florida Lettuce or Avocadoes. Each lOc J
employed --
(TYPEWRITER RIBBONS carbon parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. '

paper and second sheets on sale there. Miss Alice I at the Telegraph! office.' Phone Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig of
'
Hazel Adkins left for Tallahassee Pounds x'11
Sunday Beans,3 lOc
29.tf Mrs. A. Anderson Mrs. Fresh
George Hernando( spent the week-end at 5 Pounds._ .22cLARD
will attend
C. F. Hoover and Mrs. Sarah F.Hamrick Lake with her where they Pounds lOc ;
Klngsley parents summer school at the State College Squash or Onions,. ____ _3
|NOW ,, to Gaines
READY-Some more of were visitors Mr and Mrs. A. S. Strickland. "'
.those good two-pound barred- vile Saturday., While there Mra. for Women. Large.Eating Apples.. __. ._ .Dozen 25c

Irock fryers. Mrs. R.C, DuBols. Anderson attendedan.asarn, Star Mrs. L M. DeSha and little Lemons '. '_ __ ,Dozen '19c '
I Klngsley .Mr. and Mrs. ''John Soos of
Lake.Road.. It meeting. daughter. Marjorie of Wlldwood
N. Y., In 3 Pounds 23c
are guests of Mrs.: DeSha's par- Flushing spent Tuesday .
I Starke with Mr. and Mrs. C. 0,
ents, Mr..and Mrs. W. H. Struth.
Searing at their home on South .

Mr. and Mrs..W. T. Turner of Walnut, Street.. DelMonte SUGAR PEAS. ,No. 2 Can 15c B'ACON' '

S. R. JOHNS'SPECIALS New River spent Saturday in

Starke! with their son and daugh- Mr. and Mrs W.'T. Shiver and Alvalon Table Peaches,'No.'2'/2' Can I2l/2c .
ter-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tur- little daughter, Betty, of Jacksonville BENT \\IIITB

WEEK-END ner. with spent Mrs. the Shiver's weekend father in,Starke L. V. Crushed PINEAPPLE. :No.2 Can 15c ,Pound lOc '

Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, :Mrs. T. T. Moore, and family u

Long, Misses Madge and Hazel Pink SALMON. J1. .No. 2 Tall Can 12c BEST!: HOME CUIieU SIDE:
Middleton and Miss Hazel .Adklns Miss Lois Adkins is enjoying a

spent last Thursday in Jacksonville visit with her aunt, :Mrs. Emma GINGER ALE. .2 Bottles 15c Pound __ .' '12c 4
Carlton of Jacksonville, who is

spending some time at her,, cottage Kellogg's CORN FLAKES Package 7>/2'c
Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marshal at Jacksonville teach. : r
BUTTER Lb. 28c .
of Jacksonville were week-end ,
a
JELLO. ...._ Package 5c ,
guests of Mrs. Marshall's grandparents t..Qw..r./
Mr. and Mrs. Lacy /Klckltter! and
Self Rising FLOUR_,_24 Lbs.. 8Sc Mr.and Mrs. R.M. Spark daughters, Misses Lacy Mae and
man. Azalene, of Stuart were guests Home Made SYRUP Quart 15c CHEESE, Lb. 17c'

SUGAR____-_-_____ .r'--5 Lb 22c during the week-end of J. F. Kick Jay j
Mrs. J. L. Silcox is expected liter and other relatives.

Whole'.Grain RICE_______..._5 Lbs. 23c, tome this week from Riverside .
hospital, Jacksonville where she SNOWDRIFT or SNO WHEAT
Miss Ruby Lllley left Sunday for
NAVY BEANS *.__________5 Lbs. 23c days.has been a patient for the past ten Tallahassee where abe will attend Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lbs. k ,

summer school at the State College
BUTTER .___-_____..,__.,__Pound 28c for Women. Miss Lllley will take a
Miss Edna Pearce, daughter of FLOU

Kellogg's CORN FLAKES___2 For 15c, patient Mr. and Mrs.at Riverside P. J. Pearce Hospital, was a, special-course- In primary work. 25c 47c 87c


Tall I MILK,3. ,.3 For 17c Jacksonville, several days last : Mrs., Misses Anne Lettie McGee,'and and Clara daughers. of-

week. Stuart( were. _In__ PttArltA tat week
Ritter's J2 For --
SPAGHETTI_ 15c
visiting Mrs. McGee's
Mr. and Mrs. I, D. Hawkins and 'brother-ln-:/ t'HINA PACKAGE dried Fruits .and Vegetables Listed Ile ow
law and sister, Mr., and Mrs. Oscar
Macaroni or Spaghetti_.7 Ozs. 5c little were son In ,Starke Paul Luther during, of the Palatka week- Andreu. They were accompanied Mother's Oats. ..Package '25c BEANS _.. .5 Pounds 25c .a' ,

borne by Miss Marie MeGee, who
SALT _______________.__3 Pkgs. lOc Olaen.end visiting: Mr. and Mrs. Titus had spent the past three weeks SALT .3 For lOc PRUNES.2 Pounds 15c
here with her uncle and aunt.
.
Argo STARCH_2 Pkgs 5c The Woman's Missionary Society .. Sliced Pineapple. 2 For 25c PEACHES ..2 Pounds 25c s 11'

Maxwell House COFFEE._.Pound 29c of the :Methodist Church will meet w"" .... -.

Monday afternoon, at coo: o'clock, CORN ,No. 2 Can lOc APRICOTS Pound 15c

Charmer COFFEE _.:.-_---Can 17c, at the church. ,Business and devotionaL RITZ THEATRE t8TABKZ. rPEAS..No.

FLORIDA 2 Can lOc APPLES _,2 Packages 15c.

TEA __ _... %.Lb. Pkg.. 25c
.-------- Mrs. Stella Wiggins of Macon,

SUPERSUDS 2 For 15c Ga., Is enjoying a several weeks' PROGRAMBEGINNING CHARMER '
__
-" visit In Starke with her sisters, JUNE .13

5 For lOc Mrs. G. H. Bennett and Mrs. J. O Tip Top Market"FANCY"
Octagon Powder
Soap or _____ Turner FRIDAY,JUNE IS COFFEE

Palmolive Beads Soap Each 5c "Little Miss Marker"Dnrnthjr ,
or Mrs. J. A. Moreland and daughter -i Den Rhlrlpjr Trmple, Can -_ 17c WESTERN MEATS +
Miss Dorothy Hazen, of Jack- ,
Adolph! Menjon-Charle BJckford
ionvlUe, and Mrs. G. W Andrews
COMPLETE LINE OF FEEDS-GET at New ftlver were visitors here
Tuesday, SATURDAY;JUNE!: 1' CALF LIVERCANADIAN _________ ___ _._.. .. ..Pound 50c ':

MY PRICES BEFORE BUYING "Come On Tarzan" BACON__ .f__:___ ___ .Pound 45c

Miss Lean Struth and little Miss KEN MAYNARD SLICED DKIED: BEEF____.:___._ Pound -I0c
FTedrika Edwards of Jacksonville -a 'SMOKED LUNCHEON MEAT.Pound 35c

WE SOLICIT YOUR PHONE ORDERS FOR PROMPT Spent the week-end. here. with Miss SUNDAY and IIUNDA Y ", !_' at PEANUT NAKED HAM ________ .. .Pound 40c

Strath's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, JUNE 17th and J8U1 BAUHECUE HAM" _______. _. .Pound. 40c '

DELIVERY SERVICE Ei. Struth "She Made Her Bed" u $ CHUCK ROAST __ ,___'? Pound 15c
PICNIC HAbiS--------, .Pound I5c.Pound
Mr, *. W, P. Randall and childrenf R'rhvd' Arlra, tally Ellrr.. ,fj
Robert Arnwtroax. Roscoe Ate. C, ,' SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE. ._. 16e
Jacksonville have been enjoying .
'" ', i visit at Klnksley Lake with Mrs. a 1_ .- a ., DRESSED: liENS >. _.__, __ found 22c
Phone 45 Free Delivery Popeye!' In "The Mao of the Jar
Randall's parents, Mr..,and Mrs. :J. DAINTY MEATS .* *. 10Oz. 25c.
M..Alvarez. Flying Trepeze"and News' SIRLOIN STEAK. -,. Pound 23c
Pound 29c

; Rev. and Mrs. C. B Price and TOESnAY and'WTPNESDAYJuno
S.R.J 'lIS'' tw*>J daughters, Gloria and Helen, JfJtII'.... ZOth
OCTAGON
; were In Greenville, s. C., last LaTaurame TOICET'SOAP
week, where. ),,1,.: Price attendedthe "Coming? Out Party"DMV ''
l RELIA LE'a annual alumni meeting: and a .. Dee. .Ore Raymond SOAPor'POV/DER C 0 F FEE CAMAYBar, Be

THE ;OLD reunion 'of his class at Funnan OCTAGONBar k .

University, .ED route home theyvisited JL\IW"11if NIGHT 5For lOc Pound ... w2 5c "
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'hOIR'oYEB'IHllt:r FV>4'ZiEARS' friends m Columbia,.& c,. '. .'THURSDAY,JUNE tlat, : : ,_ ,'r.f : ; ,



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Lots 61. 62 In Woodlawn--11 "II SO Caas. A. Rhod*__... ll.d SW% 0' IIW% ot 8W'4___.13 6' 22 10:1.: A. CnnwIlY ehSy
ot N'V' ot NE'iAaw" H>" LotIO 7. I 40Lol.. oC NEW of SW.U 6 23 20 L. ::0. Bobain------- IIl

BOB JONES & 8y, oC NJi4: a NW 9 6 21 140 tnknown ___________ 101." i 9. 1<> \Voodlawn.! 13 "t2 10 (,hae. Dlnkln. _____ 82.75 E'4 of BE oC NW'4 A 7,11
: ---------- ____ 11.61 j\fE\
Dlnkln ___
( Lot 33 In Wou.U.1t 13 10 Chas NE tlf % Of Sw __14 6 23 liB Ernest Oea.ner
Wj; 5 ANr vOf fSW3ufN1'4SN5Aofic! I..t at In Woodl..wn._ ____14 "II 10 v __ ___ 1.16 BW'/';' of !lW.U 8 113 fO John Jon.on 1011
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Lot 40 In V..WII.. ___14 15 sa 10 ; ______ 11.11S. 8W' tot NW',. & W 2& A 13.40
ot $E ot NW\4 d Mof }, .... of Lot 11 I. Wood- of SE\4\ tot NW\4lI\ 8 It 8S n. n. Ro11in.
OMMENTS NNAofHi4ofNWi' % \ lawn _._._-__.__.-.._.14 B 21 B Leonard Prevatt ,.,8 SWI4 ot SW'4 of NE'b 4 __."-. 1111

(1- ON of NEy. _-_-_--------_10 8 n If Frank F. Thom.e___ 11.01 Lot'* 6. (. 7. A. 1. 10. II. SL 4 0' 81'4 of NW\4lI\ 0 IS 20 Unknown ._h. _
NE'4 ot $W' ___________ 6 23 40 -
; ot IIE'4 of 11. 23. 14. 14 61. 40 In Mrs. Alloe :So ,
8w't NW'LA Hu6hee. 1'1IIW
HERE A'". SW\4 ", NW\.o\ NWot Woodlawn .:_--:_--.--_16 f 22 ISO Unknown _______-.._ 45.71Lot /: of //IIW: ot NE3..14 8 II 10 Unknown ___- fit
8W,, & 44 A WV4 of Lot 4InWoodlawn Coin .t NFJ Cor 0' 8E'4 "f.' -- -- ". .
HEREAFTER.We NWV ntSW144- -" 10 S II 100 A. A. Hnlchlnson------ _-15 6 22 15 Unknown _________---- UIr. NEy4 A run 8 716 ft. W

IIIj of KE'< .________-___-.10. 5 II 80 Sim K.U.T_______ 3,97Nh44 ... ..wl.. 14. 12 !In Woodlawn- 461 1.l Northerly 746 ft.
: of W'4 .x 10 A In ; ?_.. --_------_18 5 21 SO D. L. Rlsrby________ 12.74Lots :JoJ296 't to b.U 8 '2 6 Gilbert
NW Cor a SF.4 .t 8W10 8 It '70 W. Co Ward..____ 11.11N'Jw" I, 14 In 'Vnodl..wn.uU 6 12 10 Fred P. Natho.____. 7.89 S4AofNWWofsWV Dixon--- 616
+ have had recently on the SE4! a 8W of: I of SE'4 -U 8 II 4 11'. C. HolUn".wol'tb

chapel platform of the Bob Jones I __ __ __ __1O 8 II 120 Unknown ___. 13... Woodlaw"--- 11 Vfl :Josephine Corklns __ 1486. 9 A In NE" of NE1,4.. Seo2YHonnded -. 2.p
NE of NE a Bwt4 ofNW4 8*. of Lot 12 In Woodlawn.14 6 82 6 Sinclair Mosley: __.__. 2.69 N by land

College three ,missionaries. One -_________________1I 6 It RO Unknown_ 1S.U Lot I. 2. 2. 14. 17. 0' N. D. Hagaman S by .
was from India, one was (rom NW 'ot RW .___ .________11 8 It 41) W. T. 'ro.by.,.. ....r 11.40 18. WU of l"11t: all Center St, E by Ry less
and was from Africa. W'.. ot $WVt of :! ____ 0 U ZO n. n. Cro.by '.'14NW" Lot 3S 11', 40. 43, 53. 44 In 100 tt "q In B6 Cor ,
Mexico one of WE\4\ a 8W4\ tot Woodlawn" ..._________.K 6 22 135 Unknown____?.___.. 41.62 also 20 A of Sac. 16 A
They were scholars and gentlemen. HW\4\ .. l4 A In SW .... 21 described as follows: J! !4

They had poise and culture. They Cor ____________11 8 11 'III Unknown __.........4 18.14 i .Vn'.VjL'l_____IlK 6 22 20 t. H. :Bill____"____ 9.18 Begin at a pt In center "'1" i 7:'.-

In their that we W"i 0' NW'4-U' 4 n 80 Unknown _._-.:..___. 13.11 Lot. 0. 14 In Woodlawn.-14 8 22 20 Unknown _________-.-. 7.89 an Iron post In6cents ,.''i ..... {.;:-
y' had a light eye NEW .f RSV\ _____________13 1 U fO Unknown _____ 11408y Lot 41 In W..odl.wn1II 6 88 10 R. H. Futch._.____.. 4.17 ."', i" ,
seldom find In the eye of the average of SW4 or 8WW a1c'y Lot 42 In Woodlawn__-__14 6 22 10 Unknown _________ 4.17 of ..Ry track near Tem- s ';'Itta"pie. i "
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store a W 14
of .. 10 In 6 A Wt 10 In run ", .
They had sacrificed Mid 8w\4\ A Lot of Lot '
man. NW Cor ______ __--11 S 11 110 Unknown _____ 13..1 Woodlawn .__________-.17 B 22 1I.T. S. !lapp: Jr._____ .70 degrees N lUO ft. 'I t
l; suffered but they were happy. I E'. of NE'4___________ I II 81) lTnknown ____ 11I.11 Lot 1. 2. 3. 4. 13. 14, 15. 660 thence N H de 'je: W
: N'4, 0' NW .______U 1 II 40 Floyd .o.by__ n.... 14. 17. 18, 19. 10. 19 30, ft, thence degrees <-
n remembered that the Bible ray-, Croaby---.. 11.40 B 12 Blinn __ __. (5.79 N thence '
IIW\4\ of NWI44 -14 S U fO Lester SI, 82 In Woodawn.1T: 160 Etta _. II'I.3"z..0.Ff
"Life conslsteth not In the abundance W of ofNE'4 e Lot I In Waodlawn_______17 S S3 10 J. D. Peele..____,,___ 4.17 N 14 660 ftthence 8 -

? of things which one possrneth. -- E of WJ'tv .._...._....U S It 80 n. n. Cro.bT___ lU.8E'4 Lot. n. 4. 19. 10. '. In to center E 14 of degrees Ry track. \. .

of NWt4 ..x 10 A In Woodl.wn _____________17 5 21 60 R. H. Futch_________ at." thence S on Ry t. beg ,
h Happiness Is not the resultof BE ('".. A 8W\4\ ..t SE'" Lot 5. II. IS. 33. 34. 16.- ..x 444 A on W sue .'
getting. It comes :rom giving. a NW% of 8W'4 0' 16 37.3i4N > of394alt deeded to R. D. Coleman -

NE'4ASW4ofSKY.of5I7 \ 40. 41. 44, 45, 46. 61.SJ. ______________10-21 1 2:1:
_________________14 6 11 1410 unknown _______ !023Nnt4 64. 67. 41, 61 In __ 25 Unknown _____________ 1188WV .
When I was a boy I used to hear ..r .:' ____-_-_____ 6 11 fO O. E. Croaby.-_____ n.to Woo SI-4 0' "f Lot tI In 'V""dl.wn11 5 U to I. H. HII1________ 4.11 510 AIn
the story of missionaries going to a NW'aVr W% Lots 7. 9 In Woodl.wo.1T II U ao Be.ae SAPP ________ 11.81 11 CXr Corn____-_t-iiiJij--Cor_---ofNWV ;_- 1 23 83 Unknown --------____ IUS
S" the foreign fields and I felt like of IiI\VI4 A EV of 8W\4\ Lots U. U. III, 16 InWoodlawn .
a SE'4_____ __________IIS 11 160 Unknown ______ ....n 0' SW'4 a. run W
weeping for them. I don't feel that 17 I 12 40 Unknown ____________ 14.89 1060 ft. S 450 ft, E 1060tt
81. tI' NE'4 A WI. of Lo' It, 69 in WoodIAwn17 I U. 10 Harvey L White____ 8." N 180 ft tn b..OC' 8 22
r! way any more. J: have seen missionaries VW'' a: NW", 0' gW/ Lots I. a. 3. 1.. a4. 46. 18 EIII "f SWV4 or SFtV: ---a- 11 Unknown ___________--- 1111
in foreign lands. They are A NW'4 .., liP: .. EDt In 'Voodh.wn18 5 10 L. 1J. HI11___________ 18.1'1 W% of REV of SE'41T 6 22 40
Unknown ______
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8W", of 8E' A E", Lots 4.4Nl4 of 144 anU _
the happiest people I know. This of BE') __ _21 6 11 140 Unknown _______ n.1I 4 Ey! 0' 81 4 all U. NE% ot ',_-__________ II 21 40 Unknown ______ .? .::.: 2Ht ltol
; is especially true of the real old- S'{, "f 8W W 4 SW3of, 31, 41, 41. 52. 10 ., InWoodawn W% of NW'4.------ 6 11II 80 C. H. Cummings2111
; NE'4 __________________13 1 11 120 Unknown _____ n.n --_--:! -. .-_1R 6 It 100 Ullknown _____________ 23.81 S tot E2.3ofNWV4of
5r time orthodox mlasionarlei.: That A N5y of Lot If In Woodh.wn18 8 U 10 Mrs. J. Kruse---_ 4.17Wt9 NE-13 1.8 A_ _11 8 22 13 Lydia Ty.on_____ _
reminds me. Rumors have come N'iY4o\ tN- '4.-____...-u S n 80 T'nknown _________ 111.81 nf Lot sa .A WH! of W 1.3 of NW\4\ o. NE4- e. H4
rti NE'4 Df NW .__________14 6 II fO Empire Lumber Co._ '.00 4E14of404Syof U 1-3 A lit NE4 of
from foreign fields which are dis NW'4 ______It 8 211
NW'A SW% 67 a all 64 In Woodlawn 5 23 ao Unknown __________ 10.48 N0' E--2-3----of---- of 13 Cad Tyson ------____, nOI
tressing. Modernism has been getting N-r"'N\\f\\ % _-__, _____ _34 6 n 80 Unknown _____ 15.84 1..1. 47. 48 In Woodlawnl9 I U 20 11. Boyer ______ 10.nLnlll NE; NWV_______18 6 113
?!' Into the missionary programof F.acll1a.t of 8ot NWy .15 6 J1 10 W. H. Smith.--- '..11E U. III, 11. 18 In ----------- 13 'Vm. Tyson __"________ 5.11

-, of. NE A B4; of5E Woodlawn ________.____:lO I 23 40 Dyack Broil. _________ 12.10 SUluot SW% 0' 8W'4 leuW"
some of our churches. I never "' ___ ______-_____11I o J1 110 W. H. Smith_ '0.0 1 0. 4. 7. 6 A--..-____________ 6 22 14 unknown-----____ _..
understood why any Christian N5V!: ofSFV: ___________.6 J1 to W. H. 8mlth._-.. '1.19WI Lni: :i3, 23. 36, 'I : 37. 114S SE1!4 0' '}-------______ 6 112 fO Unknown __________.._ 1310 Us
4. of NE\4'\ dWVLot .. In W""dl.n __________10 6 U 150 Unknown.. ____________ 38.17 of NE;. & NE ot
would want to give his money toUr __________________ 1 lit IIU Unknown ___- 1'.07 Lots 6. 10. II. 12 In Wood 14BEy-_____ -__.:' 20 8 113 80 Mrs Onle Freeman28,1!

carry modernism to the heathen EI.io .f NI'\4\ of NEW A lawn __________________20 I II 40 Unknown _______ 18.83 9 of SE1,4.. ex
HI4,{ A________ ______
ab and pagan world. NW\4\ of NW'4U 1 It a 60 Unknown ______ 12.07 NW"t.'ofSF': of NW1.4 A 8Y f 8W14- 8 113 18 Roy lldwards' _________ 2\.It

NW'1.f NWV ANWV SE 4 nt IItw\4\ of sW.U I 23 20 0.0. I. Tavenner.11,01 { Lot SIYNFl Cor W ex .
ot SWV4____ ___29 6 II leO Unknown _________ fll.80 E''" of NIL< ex NE'4 otE1.4 of
y road ______
___ _____. _21
The command of Jesus direct N'. of litE A. NE .0'JW'4 1 ot NE'4 _______11 I 23 70 0.0. F. younc________ 28.80 -- 8 22 20 :So W. Edwardll____ 13.1$
was ____________-.0 It 110 J. A. :So M"Klnn.T____ n.A4I E4y of JIII'4: of JIIW'4 less An 8W1,4., of 8W4! W 0'
"Oo ye into all the world and Lots s 4 or NW'\u' 6 111 is W. JL Smtth-----.- 11.35 1 A for cemetery------22: II U 19 C. I. A M. Dlncteld.__ 11.01 public road .. ---__._21 6 23 15 Roy Edwards ____woe 21.It

preach the gospel to every crea- Late Fra.i f fII': 8 ex, Noy I 'of'NO I W X of NW'4 tot' SELI Alan, All public NW'4 road ot 8Wt.__d __Wof. .__21 1 22 J Mrs Onle! Freeman___

ture." It is all right to build hoe of NE \ _____________ 1 1 It au W. n. Smlth_____ 88.49 Com at N ( rvfim! 3 A In Bm C"r of SSV4 UI
of a
pitals and schools, but that is not All ot Free) FI..o.______ I 7 21 101 W. n. S.nllll_____ to.... Me NE'4. Ihen.run S t 60 rds. W f of NW+4. being"" 1146 tt
the main business of Lot. I. a of IIlk 10 Sampson U I.a rd's toY line nt N A S by 239 It E & 'VU 8. 12 3 Unknown ______________ 1.10
t, the mission City _____________ 4 7 11 3.'A.: :So JolcKlnn.p.__ 1.11 said 40. thenre 8 10 rdsto 14CA; heir 426 tt 1'1 nt em 'Y. '
x, ary. The missionary is supposed Lot 5 of Blk U Sampson g line .t said 40. of BW'4 of SWy lit

to tell a good news story. This City __________ 4 7 111 Unknown _____ 1.11 thence B 80 rds N 80 run N 315 ft. W 210 ft,
b All the Frays ot 8m'4 of rds to belr_________ .____13 6 1111 1111 M. D. Oloott------------ 24.43 S 315 ft, B 210 ft to !>".
story is "God loves men and Jesus ex 1 lot 60 N A H by
NFy; a tll..t portion of NEVI ot NWW4," ot 9W4\ _._23 II 22 10 Mab.1 Walnwrlllht ___ 4.17 115 ft K A W In
SE
Christ died far them. There Is sal- or S AH .__ __ U Cor.21 ( 22 2 Octavla Ellerson _____ 1.71
4W'4 NE'4 lying V A 944 of SE" U I 20 D. B. Sullivan.-._____ 13.48 5 A In NWH of 8E"4
vatlon for men everywhere In the of Corn.lla St cccordlna 1\ of NW\4\ of hounded S by Jackson
t III plat of NE'4 ____*_________.23 I sa I JoIn. Minnie S. BrowlI_ 11.011 land B by hard road, N ,
name of Jesus Christ our Lord. rllY a that
Sam portion on of NW,", of IIE\4\ Oom cot NE 330 f o NW'.k rn by land of J. R. Alvare.21 6 23 0 Addle E. DeSuey _______ 18 X

<* '' lying N ,,' 8.A.L. II" .. N 198 ft. E 130 ft. S 896It. Com at 8W Cor of a 18
"Have you a seminary in the' lit a ID ot Corn.lla 6t'4 W 1:10: It to beg.-.23 6 211 8 A. J. Lowery___________ 8.1tJ114 A tract of land for.

section of the foreign field where' IIE'4 that portion lying N of of NE\4 acid\ R of ... 'yax of NW'4 of NW" a4AofSW44ofNE'4 Ooodwln merlv owned A: by run P. C.E ..' r" ,.

you are working?" a friend asked I / owned W.H. \ along S aide of said ,

: a missionary .recently. The missionary t'"I\: \ oyn -?__ _!-=_ 4 7 It U Unknown _________ 17.88 of of NW NW 4N'hof8W4 A SW. 0' NW'4,," Scott land to land BE;] Cor aouth of variations Sarah ,

r smiled. "I meet a heathen NW\4\ 0' NEM .a NW\4\ AN of NW __ ______23 In.. 0.0. F. Young.---____ 11.42 W about 106 yd*
k '!. .f 8W\4\ .a8W\ of One lot tram 60 it W ofNE ,
r
and I teach him John 3:14.: 'For 8'V'4 ______ __________ I 'I 11 120 Unknown _____ ..... ;] Cor of Lot 4 of Elk to to beg a post In NEVi thence of SW NW% "'' /

God so loved the world that He All N\/t\/ 0' NWI4. S ofBr.n"h 44 run 000ft. W62 Temple. Sub Dlv_____..21 6 23 3 Unknown
a 8y 01 NW4ex \ I ft, 1'1 100 ft. E II ft to ,, 1095
gave His only begotten Son that E 440 ft.- ___ 1 7 It toO lIre. M. E. Oood.__ 15,75E4 beg Lawt.y .______*.13 I III 0..W. Robert.------__ U.l' WofElklSofRlW{ ... r. .+
whosoever belleveth in Him should $ or NE'4_____________ 1 7 II to D. Ida J. Helberg.r13.10 I Lou I. 4 of Elk 4 .x W 41"x" 1 A In NE Cor A EV4 .I, '
of Blk 1 a of R 8 W In
not perish, but have everlasting 8E144 of _NWy4_____ a_ NE__;(_ ofS 6 T It III Unknown __ 11.18 76 ft trwtey-----.23 II 23 O. W.' nob..rte_______ 48.18 Temple Sub Dlv._____ I 22 9 D. U
W4 __ An Elk 6 Lawt. ______ __ I II Chas. Dlnklns ,,_____ 1I'l.28 Lloyd.___"_.._. HJJ
'a life I tell this man that I will be NE"-.ot NW'4_______.___ t 7 3140 H. 3. MIIII..n___ 11.40 Lot f .4 E', of Lot II ?oC NWVi of Blk 4 8 of R! W "

out of town for a day or two and NWr, of NE'4 A NE'4 of Elk 'I ______ I 13 Unknown ____________ 118.111 A SW'4 of Blk 8 8 f R ', ."
NW\4\ a W'/ of NW14 a .. .- All Blk U, Lawle"_______11 I 23 Chas Dlnkln.Y.--. 45.11 2 W A 66 ft wide B4 .
while Z I want to 0' .A W by 830 ft N A .."
am gone him N' of NW\4 Lots I. I. 3. f of Bile IILawt..y S on
teach John 3:16: to everybody he W., of 5W14\ a 8E,. of __ .._____':.._--13 I II :So M. R.ddl.h____ 20.10 E Hide of BBVi of Blk'
n.8 u /
V sw4 ....+______..10 'I It .00 R. H. Smith A Co.__ Lot. 6. 7. 6 of BIle 11 Law- 8 8 trnRtW also that 4 ,

sees. That Is the only seminary I NE'-i 0' NE4 A N4 of t.T _____ --._ _______13 I 12 V. n. R.ddl.h_____ 82.,1 IW'4: SWVi of
have. That Is all the seminary NE\4\ 0' NW"" _____19 'I It to W. H. IImltb--! "'_ n.nW'It of NBVi containedIn
All Elk lit I.awtey--23 I II M.. C. 1'1.' Smlth______ 6.40
_______ 1S.8I last two description
1. :I. W"nn
"r MEV.' _______16 'I J1 10
'necessary to save people. John N'y a "W'4 a 1D:1': SF411 'I II 1160 R. H. Smith II Co.___ to'.07 l.0ts Half aint of.311k Lawtey-.23 23 Lawtey23 : n = Eva Chas.Ablci;: :-==::: 6.60 5,66: Also com at a pt 176 .
ft N of 8B Cor of land
3:14: is the only message a lost H'. tI' I'IE'4' tI' NI-4i a Lot 18. Eat Lawl"y___ Gladys Green 11.86 .
------.r .owned by Jennie Hasra-.
J, world needs to be saved. i. of sic' a NW% ..f En Lots 17. 15. East Lflwt"T.. ))\In. M. E. Edward.____ 8.64 man A" run N 486 ft, W ,

,**_" a ot E40 NWt4 of _8W__%_,__A__"_18 'I It 180 n. 1J. Smith A CO.__ 61,17sE1 Lot II East Lawt.y_,___ III'. M. E.. Edwards.-- U.U 8211 ft, S 486 ft, E 628
"T* II. Lot U A Lot as A East ft to bee All lit Temple '

D. DINKINS II'4; \ot ex I 'a A III NE 8W\i Cor-.17 of 7 It 1t 1':1.' : Murrh...________ 111.82 Lawt" _- ht J. B..I1____________ 19.16 Sub Dlv___?_____21 ( 22 13 Ben Dell,_____________ 3130!
{' D. Hampton Dinkins, 63 died at SF'4of' NE1, 7 U 40 n. H. Smith a Co.______ $..00NE'4 Lot 25 East Lawt.y4__ Li.ale. Thomas _______. 6.56 Blk 8 S of R I W A E"i'
his home at Sanderson suddenly 0' filE 7 U 40 Volunteers Of Amerl".. 1.00 Lot 21 East Tawtey.____ Mrs J.: T. Moore.-__ 22.03 of Elk2SofB3 W 111SWVi
\\n tots 80, 21. .1 East Law. \ of NEVi TemplesSub
Monday. June 4. He had been In sN1t! o' 8W teT _______:...-__ 1Ifr. Minnie S. Brown... 18.81 Div __. _21 (
11 Dell
Mb.t 4 -- --- -- 15 Ben ____________ mo
.x
East ______
w bad health for about two years, lit 1 A In 8W Cor of Lot 82 Lawey" East Oeo. J. Whlt._______ 16.83 E'A' of ElkISofK2W

but was about the house the day NEV SE:% ot SE4.--_ "111 1II 7 7' 11 11 110 U CII..I"12. D. ,Wa.dln25.99. Fogg .___ 40.89 Lot Lawt.y I. OUR._8ub_-___DI'f_.___ Florence Bell ___-____ 1.22 W A ByofBlk2Hof112 In{ Temple I Sub Dlv21 ( 22WVi 10 :R A. Newsom---------.

of his death. Mr. Dinkins was a E'y of\Vt4' of NE"IO 7 11 40 E. J.: Murrhee.---.. 10,61E'4 W S A of NEW ot NEW of of Blk 1 S of R I W1fT'm'II
RW ___24 I It S Unknown ___________ 2.09 A : 4
native of Baker County, and Is sur of NEVNW14 ofNE14 8W% ot 857'4 o-----------24 I 22 10 J,[. O. Scheltlin22.78. W : : .1 s"tp'i"v. :: .,21 6 22 10
A NWl4 "f NW Charles E. Brooks.7.10
vived by his wife Mrs. Edna Din- 7 11 200 n. lL Smith A Co._____ BI.7I NE(. ot NW ot flE'4 aNoy W 261 ft of R'k 1 S of R
kins; two sons, Elmus and Leo 8315t4of YW VS of S---: fi-21 of NE tot "'"]>>____14 I U 80 Blackshear Mfg. Co___ 14.811 1 W aV: 283 ft of Rile
t+ : SEW of SE" of NE'!: .____24 I .u 10 1I1re. O. D. Scheltlin8.66 2 H of 1 W TemplesSub
Dinkins of Sanderson: three :WC'of 8E .x 10 A In 7 It "W. T. McEver.75.77 NFL.' ot NF's aN14 ..vR .. __ _21 ( 23 8 HI*
___._._.... ...11 SE'4.or --- ----- M, D. Bumearn-r___-
daughters, Mrs. Roxle Taylor of 8\V'4.. ot 8\V' ot 8E'411 7 U 10 Unknown __________ I.UI'IW4 of SE:W of NE'4U II sa 80. H. O. Grant------------ 17.H Blk tSofRIWex' W ,
Sanderson Mrs. Ruby Taylor of or NE __ __ 7 II 40 3. A. Graves_____ 14.19 E\j .t NE'1.ot NW4t25 II sa 20 Dr. J. H. C.rra.1Ine____ 111.15 283ft&B11clofR2V !
l SE44 0' $%V'4' 0' ""Y"U I 22 141 f". I. a I1. Dlnll".ldar__ 6.85 1 W W 202 .
of N5y. 2b 'I U 80 Wm. Slade .___.______ ".n ex ft A ex
Jacksonville, and Iris Dinkins of of NWI-S-ofWroyaol994'"S SE'4 ot SF'! ot S\V'., ____21 I 112 10 Wm Andrews _______ 8.04 A In SB 9% A

'Sanderson; one brother. Cap Din. All 8W14 _U T 11 13 L.S.: Wynn--.., 18,33NW W40 0' NWt,) of NE\4\ ofsEV Temples; I bCD ;:_ .-_-_21 8 22 10 R. A. Neweom-------- 144
a JIIEot\ NW'/ Lots 1. 2 8, 8, S
o!1V- .. 10 of
y kins, and four sister Mrs. Minnie *., nf ..W\Q.i, lit \s4\ ." of $3114 _______________11 12S\ 15 Unknown _____________ 12.21 B1K: 12, Knlffhf* Butt'

Harris of Jacksonville Mrs. Lillian of ? W'4 Mr '}HiI'4 ofNW4 NE\4\ ot NWV 0' SW :___IIS I U 10 Louise Stanley __.___ 6.1' Dlv of SWVi of SE'A--..21 6 23 Errol Alvarcs _______ 1.11
Blume of 1\ .. AU s3 of N1y of NEIl, of Beaat NW Cor of SWVi '
Mrs. An-
Macclenny, of NW%, 1'1 oC m'4 --- -_ -_26 I 22 10 Unknown __.____.___ 1.110 "fSWV4mmS70yda! ,
nie Dinkins of Lawtey, and Mrs. public road ________"__13 'I 11 J48 Unknown __.___________ 117.17 SW'4 of NE'4 of B1' AWIAofSW'Nofs B 140 yds N 70 yde, W

Roxle Allen of Bushnell. Burial F.a..1 S.II 7 11 UI Dank ot 8Iark.____ lI.n \ \VIof 140 yd* to beg2 A____21 (22 3 Minnie _____ 4.01
Lnt. 1. I I. 4 tlr Prlngrle ,
NEU W ofroad5.75 NEV. ._______ ._._. _26 5 2:1: 18 b!. J. Bell___"___._____ 10.12 SWVI of 8WM of BE% ex ,
All .t NW%,
service was conducted at Cedar __________. 7 11 17 :Jr'F. Sharp------------- n.uLot Eof; ilE'4 of 5E14 ot B2AAN2Aof BU, of
Creek cemetery Tuesday with the t ot ttlk 11 In O..II.m1D 7 11 Bank of 8Ial'k.______ 1.01 _%__116 I 112 1 Chas?. Dlllklne__-1, 3.73W4WAofNE'4ofNW NEVi of SWVi of ..12 ( 22 1OS.: R. Royal.________ 14.0<

f Rev. W. S. Crews officiating.-Baker I I a A"W'In.. & (8W'''1',ofof NW of% .-<..- of NW'4 _. _______-__28 I 113 II T. T. D1a"kburn._____ '.114 W SWVi 1 A of of 8'SW.{, of._SBVi__\(_,-_of_22 ( 23, 1 Modlna Byrd ________ 'of

County Press. t .I1,1 A In! MB Cor'" .. Wit nt 8EV4 of NE% ofSvi4 84 of BBVi of 8W ex (
HWVi Of' HW"4___ ._.-on u T -I B6 .... 8. Robert._____ 16.60 \ __> ___ _116 I 21 II Unknown ___________ 8,76NWV A In SW ('or..f------23 8 22 14 Ella Parker 751
Lot Aof Bile 1 In SWVi\ of or NW% "t IIE'4 kW'4 NEVi of NE ______.__-___23 6 22 40 Ott* E. Leach--_-__-__-__ 1340
NBVi In Urah.m.____ .19 7 21mi B. Strickland ._______ 7.04 { ot 1'11'\' .f NWV of W;# ANW'4' of SW4? '
Mn.. a Ety ft' sWW., D. : ? ". 1.31
d 112
of NWVi of NEH on 11 unknown _____
AinNWorofNE'4. of i Not 8EV| ._. -::....26 5-21 20 Presley A Tharln Green- 1465 All WVi ofa f6Eyy of 8E1h= --

NBVi, W of dulley[ NE% of NWVi, of SB'A.___26SVi 5 31 10, R .... Brown..____.... 566 of road_____ _23 (21 9 Bradford County Bank. i aII

t Branch _?_____________10 7 11 18 II. D. -W.sdln._____.._ 13.93 "( of SWV of BWVI A That portion of BW'i of
". of NW%, of SWVi of HEU A of
NE' A 10 SW'i BBvi of .
cry B',.A of In NWYiof aw tor ..f NN'4of 4 SWVi\ ______- _:'______.17 B II 25 Unknown -______.. 14.35 8B'4 R of Peek road_23 ( 21 20 Ernest Wunderllch -. .:

NEVi. W of Oulley 8W'4 of REV, of NWI4 A. Portion of NEW!:
Branch A 8% of NBV4\ Si> of NV4of NW'4 of of BEVi 1frn't S of
A NWVi of 81'4.-----"80 7 31 150 T. W. Wa.dln,_._.__ ".91 8WV4 A sW'1 of NWH Htarke A MUldleburs.
of V'4V", of N% public. .d-13.n A__ U 6 23 Bank. ii>
Of = of
A 13
Ely, EVi E'.fI 8WH Bradford
County
of SEV.y_ .______.8fl 7 21 100 C. B. Robert.___.._"_ '(0.80 of BWVi\ of SWVi_____,_.3 5 II 45 Unknown_________? 18.114 N.J'4 0' NF ____-_______ ( 22 40 Ruby A.. Hayes__---'- 1St.
N'" .. of NWtl _._13 7 11 10 C. B. Robert____._. 4.74 Lot 33 In Wondlawn.._....19 5 II 10 L. H. Hill___._...._ lI.n >lEIf, of ex: Eof
NWU Lot 61. 61. 63 In ,Wood. NW\4\ ot SIt'4 of SW%__I0 6 22 _
Com at MB Cop of 18 Mr.. M. Herndon X960
lawn .______ _,. ..___29E" ( 11 10 Unknown A.
of Nf]'". A run W 111 _-_______.__ 14.19 Wt .ot NE'oi.u 6 22 80 Ernest Wunderlich--
ydN yd*. B 175yds of Lot 48. 49 In NEVA of NWUl ________ 6 21 40 _______ 14'1
8. Peek
11111 Woodlawn __ ___ .__.29BVft 6 II L. lilt
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( a yd* to her- 10 Unknown ____?_____ I.Rt .sw of B'8= 23 40 Mrs. Etta Brlnson_
N S A A NBVi of NBVi\ __32 7 21 44 Carl Jonn _____ 11.49 { of Lot 14 A. all Lot 11 BV4 of SWVi &EVi of

phanto1 Lot. 1. 2 or Fracl NF In Woodlawn 808V 8 81 IS T. Tt Denmark_____-_ '.'1 SWVi of SWVi" ____-_,.....24 (12 80 a. W, Hinson, AgtH -__ ,0'1.'
III III1J'7. A Lot 1 or Frsci NBV of Lot 1 In Woodlawn.lt 1 12 5 L. H. HillS __________ 11.34 WI.t, of BWM of NWM A -
I Il of NW'4 A BKVi o.NWVi Lots 31. 34, 86. 34. 47. 4s.' N' of NW\4< of
54 43.
\ !I... sAInSW 60. 69. 40. 41, In 91-3 A A SE Sty of .
P"r *$6 7 It 1(0 Bank of Stark.32.92 Wnodlawn.o, ...-.3t 12 110 J. F. Morrlaon.___ 23." eSWye of NW14_ _2( ( 22 60 :John A. JoI'or..an- f1'Ne"
NWH of"NWVs''SM"o' [ ?, Lot 16. 40, 414 In of E7" 8E-of
NV of 8W\i! __86 7 1100 Bank of $hrka---, 39.11 Wnodlawn$1 5 11 40 Unknown ,_______ 1584 -''-. ( 22 10 US ,
l 5Kelb. Sekctos ANWVi_____.._____.0 f I' UO II. L. Black A Co...__ 143.83 Lot II, 27 In Woodlawnl 6 11 20 Unknown _._____ 9.88 SI.t!, of SW% at NWI437 21 20 Ruby HatsPopp 11--__ 39,13S
size All __.___....__________..__11* f 12 UO R. L, Black, A C",..__- 143.83 Lot S In Wnodlawn.33 6 23 10 Unknown ______ 3.59 'of SEVt; le.. 1 A In
K All ______ f II ItO R. U Black. A: Co...-_ 111.61 EHof NEli A EH of NCur A 1 A ?n NB .
never sold/ 01' lew than All .i SR 4 Of BFw ?....91 4 II lOti R. L. Black A Co-,.... 11109 BWVi of N 1'4' A NH ofNEV Cor ------ aLB _,_17 ( 22 38 'Ben :Johnson 11.11
3 All __ .______________,94 4 II 640 1\. U Black A Co___ 143.13 \, of SEVi A NE"nt : 8 A of NWVI of 8WH- -- 1146
lOc. Yap buy NW SKH ._._.13 6 S3 130S3 :J. 27 ( 22 1 Mr*. T, P. Wa1L.WI. .__-
now can NBVi of NE', A W{, of Vt jif Q. Davld.on71.21 of E\4\ of NW% of .
( NB 4 A NV of NWVi___15 4 II 100 R. U Black A Ca.-- ..... of SW of NRH Aof 8Wt4 .27 US
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33
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the Mtn> cite and qualityfor All .3: II f IIII 440 K. U Black .A Co.1282 NW\', 8WV4! \ of NWVi.31 I SOS Unknown _____.___ 52 S W of 8w4 f-NE'4 k. I.A. F. P, Kins _
All ex"RVi"of': K:>4"r.n.17 t 400 K L. Black A C"1...... E>4 Of HWV1 of filE" .a NWH\ of llEVl A NESof
5 _JLuathlnk, long All ex Nil:%" of 8WV\ A ex SV& of BElJ of SE .-.__14NWM S3 40 Unknown ___?__ 13.31 8WV ex W II A A ex .!'
"E1'1'4' _________" 4 11 140 R. t. Black, .A Co._____ to4.84 1 A In 8EV4 of 8EV4 of a 3 A for road. ?____.___17 ( 22 nR.: R. Pr.vatt- 5446
Havana and imported tobacco SKV, of 8E'4__.__.,--0 4 II 40 B. WllkersonIt. _____-_ 1169 BBVl' W of Ry-___$4 6 11 1 L. H. Hl.l___ ... .,_ 150 W II A ot NEI4 ot BW _27 ( 22 6 A. B. Wall______- 1546
------------------$9 f 440 U Black A Co..__ 111.1 WVi of SWVi of 1'11':1415' 5 U 10 Qeo. Coleman ___ 7.89 NWI4 0' 8W'4' of NE"21 ( 22 10 Kit wllllama __--- JS_ I
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for 5ctftsilt\ i ion EH of NEV A R'4 of WS" of NH of NWVi of 10 A on 8 .rd. ot, l1iEI4 :
only WEV\ A All W}4'Of NBVs' \ IIH NW'\4 .__ ____18 3 2J: 15 C. I. A M. Dlns-tld._ 894 of NW\4 --__,___34 ( 12 10 Florence C. Flynn- 1912. ,
FLOR da IEtnA B of RIV..... __i.______--30 f too ft U- Black A Co... ..-. 3226 !t'liE'= ____' 1 6 13 40 Charlie. Tehart __ 11.40 Com at NB Cor of SE'.. of \
a NEVi _----__ ___ _________.1 4 Iso R. 1. Hick a ('0..-._ 3023 5''14 of B'%" Dt 'W" of NEVi .A run W ill ft.
"EM,____.22 4 11 14064O B, L. Black a C...__ 67,1! IIIEI4 _____ .. _____..... t 4 11 15 Bradford County Bank. .... thence 8 Easterly: to a
t get the mpM your N\1"' ,NE44v.of A 8Wtt of W 1 A of SWVi. of 8WVN '-._ 1 1 II 8 T. C. Crawford.- __ '.11 pt 1.6 ft W of Sec' line .
A KK'4 of NW,% '4 of NEH. of 8KV4.WVi \ ___ II 4 11 10 Millard R. Judd. ... ,_. a.u on SIde of SEli'\ of
4 ney pt- W u4 of NWV1A\ It H ____It 4 It R. 1. Black, .a Co....,. 11407 of S RV4.: :__-____._ a 0 13 40 T'nknown __-___"_ 14.01 NE4.\ thence 8 Easterly
N<4 .A 8WV\ A BVs of BEVi..' f II .." H. I. Hlack a Co..... ._ 11641 7 6 It 40 tlnlnown.-, 14.29 660 ft to a pt 110 ft ,
,I.Uwi cl..sr Mfs.C..Makers N14 .0' NW.4Sij -__..____.. 4 as SO I(. L. Black A Co,_._ 11." SSV'.wt'teT.wc.SE, 9 S 21 20 Jno. S. Ba.wel --__ 1.28 from said See line
of IIp'ti: of NW .A \j i of NKH A EM of thence B 110 ft to Sea ;
+S NewII.N.J.. Nti' of NE"4\ of 8W''& __K t 11 40 Unknown ____.__ 1411 MEV4 A. HwV' lOt HBVi_.10 0 32 110 Wm. E. Yarbrough12.10 line, thence N on See I.Sf

Lot 3. 4 or 10 A In rfEViof WVi of NW\4 vf a4W'4tG 6 13.0 Cha RIm.r.-.r 10.16 line to be*._______-27. .. S3 12 :Jobn1A( Morgan_....--
y'' NBH;]+ _____ 1 I II 10 Ilaknewn--------------- $91 5 WU of: A NWi, etBH EJ4 of NEVi .. about '.
;No'IJMELBA W'i of NK'4 of NW4.; ,. in Carson M. Griffis7,59 W' of ofNEtt11 AnffEaldea3Aln
NBti. of SWVi-.-_-- ...-- I : ii 4* R. I. Black A Co.:=-: 9.90: : 0' gwlq _11 4 II '41' W. B. Yarbrough.13.70 NW Cor44AinSW: ?
Lot 5. .. 1, 8. 31. 31. 37. K' ..f Mitt' of IIIW ____.1& 1 II 10 Eth.lL Bis-; ____ lI.tO Cor'" NE'4 ot KE'4 ere'
87. 3*. 40, 48, 46, 4*. 60, OVry of 0i!. 0' NMy .A about f A In NE Cur ill
:k 61. 61, Iti 65. 64. 67. ..iv ., Nw1y. of NF.I; ._.lI e It 60 Unknown -____ S06 IAInNWCor44S.A ,
60, 43. In Wood 0t... 0' ItW y "'r"4.'I' -11 6 II &0 Unknown __ 7.14 in SE Cor ... ._ .. ( %1" ,<<
-.27 S3 58 Kloer.S3 -.-
airs. B. -
iyty J. -
vhf lawn ,___ It 1 11 JIG Unknownt '' IT I* S1:' ..t.W :. Com 100 ft W
WVi of Lot 9 In 'Woodlawn It 1 11 Cars 19.ek.5 *" M .ak .f .W\oO.. .11 4 It 40 Unknown _________ 1170 of WH of NWVi of NE of s.'tw,4'
Lot '0. 31 .A slay of Lot 0164 ., I6gy __ 4913 8 10 Mrs. Pearl Andrews 11.70 of NEV.\ A run 8 145 f t?V- ,.f'
It and All Lot .? In wt ffof law of .wE'4.f' 100 ; J
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12i& CIGAR: Woodlawn .. .t_....':_ .11 6 21 1'akeewn ___ f ;ti..r y .11 / 12 10 W. H.. And........____ 4.86 ft tA\ __ft.._ E! lOG 9.1.
31 .10
54fp+rdrne"c Let 14, 3* In Woodtawn! 1 3, rred LJ ff:_.,. "'''.1' >>tIoI n': 'f'ylr/ W 4t; 41 Com 100 ft W ot ErCor S rBasis, Davis. "
Lot. 33, (4Ur( (6 In f'ft"/It ''I 'fI, 41 of 491'4
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41USVXUJD MIOD7 Wooi t.o"1; "':''w 4U 1 !! ic0 Ar I. .f.om.-, ,............... 1"1:144 r R10t / fi6g iMtr19 : n 1l rnknown ..._,.,, ,,, 9.11 BE'" of ofVNW run of
V,OOk, Lot* } vI ye. It Hugh Asdr.wa 1.12 ItS ft,'W 1811 ft 4a .j'L'a'
.> 1... -J ._ .. c N J 0u.n
+ _._ ; 10 .hak w .l I4bf .,f\o.,E UI.." ft,, to bss'11 .;


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00.\1" ,n.NE: 16,1034 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PACK SEVEN

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EJNDAY SCHOOL eerlpthm lllee. T R A 0...... c..t. Dererlptlq See, T It A Owner ACo.uLot DeMcrlptleiaNWK gee T R tt Owme A
All NWW of 81148nl 37' of Elk 7. City Park of NWJ4 of l'IWW.l0' 7 23 10 R. B. Sullivan.__? .... '
Call St ez1AInSW Sub Div W. A C'. Ad. NHl of NR* of NW\, I\
LESSON Cor 105 ft by 420 ft. _-28 8 23 1 E. D Card______ 11.10 UoO Stark -.-__-S3 < S3 T. R. Young._.,.______ 1.73 l3">4 of 8WU\ of NEW A "
Lot 8, T, 8 of Blk 1 Orl'M' One acre of land In SWW of SWW of NE.l4l0 7 23 80 J. W. Kdward ._.? 18.6A ti's ,
net l Town of fetarke. Starke bounded K by Ply' \A o. '_______ ___ ---1B ": 40 C. H., Hlvers- ___ 12.40 1
17 1834 NEV4;! of 8W'.. ___. ___-,28 8 S3 Unknown -------- 18.0,, Temple Ave, S by Pratt 81.( of SHW! M of Stark. ATherexHn I.
fOR JUNE Lots I ', T of B1K 2 at, W by SandersonIan. publlo rouil___.18 T 21 40 t'nknown .--..__..____ '.'
Original Town of Starke ., N by Beau Sejour 1'114' of NWV _... 16 T 22 80 C. H. Illvers.y...____ : tS? fl
Add. ex 1 Lot 100 ft < All ut NWy4' {
The Risen Lord and NEW of SWW___28 6 S3t ".'.. C Jones.-.....u_.? 1/A1. In 813 <* *____ .__.*-I-2J| ( NW; 01 NWW_ f '
II-E. W of ____ 1 S3
W. Rye.- .-11
abject: Lots *. 4, 8 of 81k9as -r Hay*.________ 15.83 1M. K. Mcdruder_.__ ..11' t hoe "
Great Commission. extended on Bnsey map On. lot of land In Stark '. SH\ of NB<4 of NBW A ? q
Text: "Go ye therefore, Original Town of Stark bounded N by Blk 81. I T"\H of NWW' A WV4 ofNWW 4'

Llden baptizing NEV of SWVi_________28 S3 Chae Crutchfl.ld ---- II.10 Orlg Town A R A S by .' of /NKW, A 84. of i4
all nations Ry A W by Thompson of NWW ,
j teach Lots a. ft- 4, 6 of Blk 4 a> Street ..__________S8 6 33 portion of NWVs .1
the name of the Father, extended on Knitev ---- Unknown_________. 33.48 of NW
,!m in map The 8 850 ft of the fol of NWW' B of I'

j of the Son. and of the observe Holy NEVt Original of Town SWV4_of_,_Stark__ 6 S3I T. A.. Brinson.-, 110.a. lowing described piece .. of SHW of loss\ A ltvkA \.4 ,. .
them to of property to.wit NWW, S.M A W :
ost: teaching ,Lot 8, 8 of Blk 6 Orlnl.nal Begin at SW Cor of ?: of Ry In SW Cor A I. 1',"j ( 1"I v
things\ whatever I have com Town wor Starke land sold to Mr. T. T. NWW ...f SWW less 1.48 ,4"' 'r'' 1''} it
and lo. I am with you NEVI; of __.-.28 !-Florence Flynn ------- n.n: Long by a. J. Temple A .. ,.""a 1 A In SW for 18 A y; ,
,nded you; end of the Lots 8. 8 of Blk 8 Orlvl. run B 14 degree. S 41 ;, 7 In NB!: Cor of 8W\- of 'I ,,"" '" "" ''' ',,, ., t
H.v9. even unto the nal Town of Stark. ftthence H 14 degree .'" 'tl't r SWW ____________- .___-ITB T 12 261 -John P. ltorr.oi\-\ ...:.. 55.18WVi "' o
Matthews 281920.: NEi4 of SW44..__..----28 C S3S3 T.' T McDonald..- 1'10 W 119 ttbent'. W 14 4Y,,:;, ','I ., .!. r !"4 .x 4 A In SB for B: of n,,, iJ-; ".. .1(0-( "." ,..,' p q d '

|rId. Place; Sunday after Lots 1, J of Blk 18 Original degree 8 82 ft. thence ." 1'1\'", Ry'A NW of NWW\ A B .. ." \\., ,
time and Town of St..rkeNE N 14 degree 13 889 ft'\,. 'r" \." 16 A of HW\ ofT<)WV\ tfu, :.' l '
t crucifixion, at Jerusalem, fciv.B of SWly-___-28: 8 F. F. Stump----- ...IS thence M j 14 degree k .' A H IB A of NRH of ; '" "
commission later. In Gall E 26 ft 8 In of Loin I. 8 41 ft to beg In Starke! __28Re 6 33 Bradford County. Bank 13.35 j 8W\4\ A. Sly" of 8W, el: ""''' ''',, / )
the of Blk 18 Original Blk In Starke bound. right of way Rd 1A _____18 'I 12 100 John F\I Horr.---_ 10.."
Town of StarkeNEof ed N by Madison, St E w'1 of Ea.. of Nm'4 .. ,! ." ; %
Accounts of Lesson': -_-- -- '' 6 S3 Ch. O. Woodbrld.. 1UI by Adam St. 8 by La. W\4\ o. NwV4 It iVNA '. llr'J'. ,;..t; I
'irallel Lot 6, 8V'0-ii i(16 ...x--Jij-U] Fayette.J'tc' A W by Ht..28 6 S3 t Edward Burns --_-. ua." N 44 of \ of $Wl9 'l U taG 30hn F. llorr----____ III.IS 7 661 t' i'
rk 16:1-0: Luke 2418.: 48K' ft Original Townof S A In 1' of NWW All PW o NWI4 of 8W14 r ,}
and the Starke NEW' of SWW-28 6 23 Cha. a Woodbrld.e- 1'818 of SWW In Stark le... '" + 8\V14 ttME
etween the crucifixion E 38 S-20 ft of Lot b, 7 3 Lot. ->-____________23 6 22 Mr. J. 8. Wynn.,.___.. 31.491 n. MNA !r ftY. ex a A In 'k ,
a part of Friday, the of Blk IT Original Townof Com at SW Cor of Madison <(<'or A NE'4 of 8W )+ .

urrectlon of Saturday, and a part Starke, NKW.of Vt8 0 S3 Cha. a. Woodbrldlle U3.81 A Snndemon St* A of WYo 0, .. _. __ __It 7 U ao Bolfln Johns __?__..___. 14,44 ; {' '
ole day W 86 8-8 ft of Lot.S 6. 7 run W ITS ft fora pt Cons at 81' ror nf Aso 1. '
Sunday intervened, which, ac. Blk IT Original Town of of ,beg thence H 130 ft. A run N n'9 Yd", 'V TI ) r ryds
to the Jewish mode of Starke, NEW of SWW' __28 6 23 Chas. a. Woodbtldge-- U.82 51106 ft. NRIft W 81 R 71te yd". E 10yda i r : 'd
ding counted as three E 48 V4 ft of Lot 1, S of ft. N J.14 ft to $radison to b.-l A-_ -__..,19 7 22 1 it V. Saxon A } .
konlng. were S St. thence W 70 ft to ::1. It. 8..on. _._ __
Blk 18 ex SO ft Original ._ 10..Lo.
Later on Friday Joseph of Town of Starke. beg In Starke________2S 6 S3 J. C. ttoblnson.. __._.. 40.701 COOl 10 yea W nf AIO "or i ''{t
(s. .28Blk 6 S3S3 Unknown 1-3.81 Beg at NW Cor of Mad 1 I. Hen It A run W AO t
a friend of Jesus, NEW of SWW ____--. ------ ----- .
Yds. N TO
mathaea, nun St Court St. A run yds. E 10 yds .4 !
that he might placeddt'1 11 Original Town of W ion a 10 yde lo beg---__ .19 1 U 1 q' '
ft for of Wo1. Kalchreuler
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ed Pilate Starke, NEW! of BWW_.-28 8 Chas. a. Woodbrldlle 1'1.81 beg a r El ______ IS.8.
thence N 10f! ofa1A.lotInSW
In the new tomb run
Lots 8 ft Fracl Lots A.
body 1. ft. W 120 I or of
ft. S 105 ft. H 8ES4 01 SE'4 off
ich, was close to the scene of the B ex W 60 ft of Blk 120 ft to pt of beg In ', 48A .19 7 U W. 11. Orlttln_ "
24 Town of y15,1$
idflxlon and the ,request was Stark.Original', NEW' of BWVi___28 t S3 Unknown ------------- 18.a,, 'Town of Stark-_______.23 t S3 Unknown .._..........w B1.30 'U4 n-8 JI48m r Corn ? r' (
Beg at NW Cor of Bny It E o' R'V "or of ye.
mted. The same evening: the Blk 29 a* extended on Madison St* A run N 105 said 8E"i..t" BN7t4' \ A run r, ,
from Galilee prepared Knnpy map ex S 100 ft, W 330 ft to Broadway N 180 ft, E uti ft, 15 0
men ointments that they ft & ex E 80 ft OrlgU St. 8 on said St 105. 880 ft. W 348 It to b.WU 'I U I Unknown .:.__.__.____ .0.81 {6i
of
nal Town Starke
eel and ... ____..:. 16.64 ft to 1o St thencer. All that triangular pl.a.o. i
embalm the body early on NEW of SWW_________38 8 S3 Unknown ?- .: on 1A"os1 630: ft to Innd lying hetwen. 4', (

ght morning:, which, would be Coin 171 ft S of NE Cor beg In Starke_________,28 ( S3 N'n. Josephine Edward. 81.301 the Ity tracks of the S. 0 ,
day of Blk 29 mm extendedon S HO ft of Lot 8, 4 of A.LA0.5AF Athe
.,Ir earliest opportunity after the Knney map & run Blk 1, J. D. Jones Add old dleuud Y of t U. 5. (a rA
W 80 ft. S 100 ft. B 80 ____ __ __ ._ _-lg T .2 t"Lat ? '
I'lsh Sabbath had passed.Irhe ft to Walnut St, thence ont: 1 lot Starke of land- In_-Rtai-ko_ __-28 6 33 Mrs. Etta Brinson.8,28 F.IRY-44 o .- d, t Henry Droollll -_____-_ 0.43:

first part of the lesson Is as N along W Bide of Raid. 202 ft N A S by 210 ft Hampton .- ____ .___..15 1 II Unknown ____________ 1.1'
the Sab- St 100 ft to beg Original ,. : "' K A W bounded N by Lute 14. 11 ot Elk 14 in 1 ;

wows: In the end of Town of Stark, 28 6 22 W. A. Stem__:.___::____ 30.10 Pratt St A C! by San. Hampton ___ .19 1 .t Unknown ._______ 25,11 i
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|tb, as it began to dawn toward NEW of SWW__ i, .. deraon Lane __....____28 6 22 J. W Harretl...,_._.. 22.0ft | W44 o. SbJ: of NE'4---$0: 1 sa 10 Ira L. Adam.- ._______ 6N
80 ft S of NE] Cor Lot 9 W .highway y
Beg Rub ,
of the week, came > .. Lot 7. 8 of Blk 13. In i
I first day of Blk 29 mm extended "l; Uasklns Add to Starke.-29 6 S3 Mr. Llxile Ilolllng- Div of S'Vj.6 of IIWIO 1 II I n. V. A J. n. Saxon ? 7L'x)

try Magdalene and the other on KnBey map & run S worth -------- 18.ot Nof:! SVti nf Bw44--II'> 7 U 10 Tr" t. Adam.NR4 ..______ _
try see the sepulchre. And 91 ft. W 80 ft. N 91 Lola 1 2. 3, 4. f. 8 or Slit : o' Nt<: -___ ,_______11 1 sa /0 1\.1. Or..n__________?_ 11.63: .
to
Original in( ;
ft E 80 ft to beg
earth.ke u. Oallklna Add to NEIy o' NWI4.- .-._____.11 T 13 40 Clifford Jtahm..______ JI:8: (
told, there was a great Town of Starke, ____ 28.78 lltarke: ----------w___-0 8 II 2 IIorr. Onle Freeman.11.21 of NEB:' -II 1 sa 10 a. .
for the angel of the Lord NEW of SWW' ________-88 6 22 A.' W. Anderson. 1 A In N1'4: of Sm'4 Ptyy of \. .NW"I.---", .. W. R.hme. A.-t.w_._ 6,14

; and came Ely of Blk 80 a* extended Bounded. 1': by Dowlln" I !WI4 of'JEly-': .___..11 1.. 80 Wm. Ial"hreutar .____ 71.20
tcended from Heaven, on Knney map ex S 105 I Add to Stalt., S by ..I'IW'4 o' NW'.. -.1.1: 'Ii to lor..1. ur..nh__:. __ 11:4': ')
El 1 rolled back the stone from thelor ft Original Town of __ 8.86 St, W by W..lm..relan" P'4 of "'r)'i-_. ______13 T 13 AO Unknown __ _____?_ 11.18
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Starke NEW 6 22 Unknown ? ? 'I "MVV4" or Nw14. __ ______18 7
sat It. His counte- :rkS 8j-U St A N by O..okln. Add 13 40.1. I1. Thomp..n.____ 11.10( ,
and upon and his Lot 8. 8 of to Slarke ____._________'9 8 I' I 3. O. Boyd____________ 1.35I SEV or 8Nly.$7 1 sa 40 J. D. Thomp.on_____ 18:1: :&
Ince like lightning, M. John Addition to NSiI .f NIJ\4\ A
was '
went was white aa snow: and Starke ..,._._________28 6 22 A. W ..Anderson.--- :, In SEV NW A6Ain811)Cor Cor 5E' E'4. A tllQ'4.of. BWliuof NW"l J yyg

k of him the keepers did 2VjA11offyinSWCor. of NE'y of SI1%___' 0 8 II 1 Edward Burns ________ 18.0. A FJ'I ufSW' AM or r'
fear of SEW' of SWW bounded of 8Wa( A WlJ of
Lots I A E44,( of II
1. fat
dead men. W of SKW "f !
John. Add. NKW
like and became aa N by In I4Ii ( of HlQVt d3
.or of
and said by Ry. 8 by Seo line, NE'4 A Sit\ of HEIW of 8BH.: !.$* 7 II 400 Unknown ..__ ______ 18 III '"
Id angel answered NE'4-1I1f. A_____.___29 8 U 3 Dr Ida 3. Jt.lb.rc.r;__ 18.0. ?
the also Lot 8, 10 of Blk NKW: of NWW_ __ ..____.__2* 'II 40 J. (,. Lee.------. LeC: I
Fear not : For Additionto W 1011 .t of Lot 1 A 11: SWW of SWW_. ___,______8"NWW 1 -
Ito the women ye 47 J. M. John. ____ SS.OO II 40 R Y. "Saxon.' __._ _.. 16,70 1
noW that ye seek Jesus, which Starke ...._.__.._.,_28 8 23: -. J. JO. Boyd_____ 'or 7844 of It NE'4 of 'Lot of 4 NE'4-In RE of of NEW--'of _. .._ _____20BW 1 II 40 W. (l. "' ...al.____?.___ 18.80

3 crucified. He is not here: for Lot of 2AN0ftofLotI Elk 1 Livingston l\i A ______-__?___-_wU 8 II 1 Mamie Johns __________ 1S.81 NBW: I"EH"," I l lilt NWW 8Tty of ft

risen as He said. Come see Truby & Co' Additionto W 811%,( 'tt of Lot' 4 A an' N A 8 by 187 ft K ft W.80 1 II 10 Hampton D.v. Co.____ 16,39 .-
> IB n.11
___ _28 5 23C R. A. N.w.om--- I.otli on H .Id. of NE'4'
!Starke; _________ Slit 6 Sub Div of NEW ofNW'4
i place where the Lord lay And Lot. 4, 6 of Blk 1, LIvlngBton of NE\4-11,( ________ 8.1 I Mamie Johns _________ lS.1t --..-____ __..80 7.. Unknown __________ LIT
and tell His disciplest Truby A Co' Addition Lot 8 or NE'4' of NEy ___79 8 U I Mamie Johns -______ 1.81 Blk 8, 1814, 15'11, 17
10.18Lot bT.
quickly, = ___
dead to Starke._.__.28 22 Unknown _-_ ?? Et4 of NW'4 of 8JD'4 .x,; Div Of NEW of

He is risen from the ; S of Btk 5 LlvlngHton N 1 AS---W---------- --IO 8 II it Mary Skinner _______ 1.18 NWW -_____.._____ -____.30 1 U 14 Mallcle E. Johnson.Com .-__._ II.ISI>>
d behold, He goeth before you Truby A Co' Additionto N'(, of ij- ASp4. : 165 yd. 10 of NW
There shall seem Starke .28 II 22 Unknown ------.---- 8.82 of SIC\ ex N' ye -
a Galilee; Lot 4. 11 of -iIdv.lngeton 282\.1\ ft .____________80 8 III 110 bh.m Wnaon ______. ..0.10B1. run H 83 1.8 1',111, H lort 4z 4zt 4zyAs

: lo, I have told you. And they Truby A Co' 18.0t .(, o. BW'4______________30 8 U 80 Herman' Selferth_____ 118." W 13 18 yds, N
38 < 22 -3. a. Boyd________- toe yd* to bog-------$0 7 S3 I.Bank of
parted quickly from the eepul- tI Starke. .--- IC of NE44 of NEY..x,; Stark.__.. 6S.6T ;
and joy: and Lot 6, 8,nlol of Blk 11 fAN o.Ry -- 8 22 18 Unknown _________ 10.98 lien at a pt SKO ft PI: of a
great
re with year Livingston, Truby A lua All E% of NE'4'oE'N pt 186 ydi N of SW Cor
________
1 run to bring His disciples word. Co'a Addition to Starke' 28 t 12. Unknown. ______ of-Ry-2 A.______ 81 8 12 I nrln Wllllon ________, I.UNWI,1 of NII% "f" NMW A run .
went to tell His dls- Lot 8 of Blk 11 Livingston or NW'4 ea,; 8 10 A11 8 12 10 Herman B.Iferth __.__ 10.81 K 740 ft, .8 lallj' )'d".
d as they ICAof W7yofNFyj :' of >> \
W7/OftN1891y '
A Co' Addition yd.
lee behold Jesus met them say. Truby to Starke____-_,28 8 ..2Unknown _________- 1.12 NF44: A N44 of NW'4' of I to beg .._,__........__ 30 7 S3 .7 M.. L. Watterson11.34
All hall. And they came and Lot 7 of Blk 11 Livingston NEV of NE'4.: _______.31 4 12 13 Unknown _______ '..818W'4 Lot 18, .1.4, 16, 16 of Blk ,

; and worship- Truby A Co' Ad- & Sternberg.Feiiella ____ 5,86 of NE'4 .A BE'4 af 18 In H.,11pt..n.I., H W. B. Hick _________ '14.lt y
Id Him by the feet, dltlon to Starke...___28 6 22 Hayes NJo1'4 ex 10 A on 8.ld..81 8 II 10 11. C. ItoltsendorL23.01 NH of Blk I In I1mpton.-80 J S3 MI.. Ada Nlmmo._ lI.n
d Him. Then said Jesus untoem Lot 0 S 40 ft of Lot 1 I NE'4' ot SE'4 o.NIC'481. 8 II 10 Louis Kahn ________ 12.15 Lot:; I. S of:rlkBI A 1Af: -- ,. + ,y
i. ,
tell my of Blk 14 bounded S byJ. Com at IIW Cor of NWy4 0. 8
Be not afraid: go O. Turner land LlvlngHton I of Micti A ran IoJ 1II'I.th' .. Hampton _?.,_.,........SO 7 S3 U J. Wynn ..___.d'" .0..3 I
etbren that they go into Galilee, Truby Co' N 100 It, W 860 ft, .. Lot 7, 8 of Blk 11 In' ;

d there they see me." The ap. Addition to Starke_-..__28 6 S3 Snyder A.__Louis__________ 18.18Lol. I aoo It too belr-l. A.U 8 II I Simon Tryaon ________ 8.18 Lot Hampton a. 4 of.__Blk___.13....In..80 7 83T Hampton Dev. Co..__;' 'I.1i 1lgt

arance of Jesus to his followers 4. 5 of Blk 18 LlvlngHton Com at 8E'4 Bm A Cor run or N NW'4a' 'Rt Hampton _____?__.,____.30 S3T W. O. Seal._...,_._. 41.17

tar His resurrection are Impart. Truhr A Co'S S3S3 3. a. Boyd__________ 11.0. yAm to pt of beg. thence I Lot 8, :, 5, 6 In MoCall '
this lesson. Pelou- Addition to Stark._____88 S N 110 ft ill Add Ilampton----50 S3 -. Hampton Dev Co._____ '1....
In studying Lot. 1, S, 3 nf Blk 19 LlvIngMton 810Ilt. S210ftto6efA2AonNside I Lot 8, 9, 10. U of Blk 18 n1 '
ts work' on the lessons says: Truby A Co' 23.118 orC7'y\ In Hampton-------20. 7 33 Qenrgla. Southern A '
counting those Addition to Starke___.___28 I Nat Williams ----- A tract ot land In NWi Fla lly Co.__._._.. 1..'
ese appearances secondre Lot 1. 2, 13, 14 of Blk 24 i of 8E'4 _____________.12 8 12 3 Ja*. Albert _______..... 6.38 Com 597 H ft N of SW Cor
the women as first and Livingston Truby Unknown ___________ lU1 Dne lot of land 145 ft Iqin of NKW' fit> NKW A run 0 ,
S3 -
: ((3)) to Peter himself (Luke Co'a Addition to Starke-28 6 SE Coe of NWy4 of8EV4 M 800 ft. N 1D7M ft, W ,

the two disciplesm I Lot 11, 12,' 18. 14 of Blk __ .__.:___..___.____11 8 12 Green Hamilton ______ ..13 850 ft, S lIlT If. (t to beg.SO 7 33 a"..... Durden A Q ',
::34)), ((4)) to 27 LlvlngHton, Truby A 1.18 1 I A In aw (''or ot E7 of J. H. B5.On--------. 15.72 2
> Emmaus (Luke 24:13-31).1: ), Co'a Addition to Starke-28 8 23 Unknown ------------ NW'4 o. SE'A.\ _33 8 U 1 E. 3. Johnson_______ 1.10 Bit of SR'4 of SEW__-___80 T. 23 SO n., y, 8aB .0"'._____.. .S4

all the apostles except Lots 8. 9. 10. 11 of Blk 28 Lot 4 of Blk Lincoln Ny4 of NKM, -...11 1 22 80 T. Saxon---______ '..7$
i to toe Livingston, Truby & N.w.om______ 1'.88 City __________________II 8 13 Unknown ____,__? ..18 awl; A wn of
lomaa (John 20:19-25): ((6)) Co'a Addition to Stark.23Lot 6 S3 n. A. Lot 1 of Blk 1 Lincoln N1Eyoef .,--.-> >_d __---.81 .1 22 liT W. B. Hick.._____ 4* 6V
apostles, Thomas being pres. 8 of Blk 11 Llvlng- City __ ___ _.1. 8 3. Simon Try.on ._____ '.20 Lnt T of WU of NWW-81WU. 1, tt 111 Unknown ...... ..I> '
to seven Trilby A Co' Sub S.51 Lot. a, I. 1 ot Hik 7 Lincoln of NW'/t' .l of NW '.. .._.82NWW 1 22 SO U. Y. .Saxon._SIIIII_ 8..' Ar
tJohn( 20:28.29)(7): ) ( ) eton,,of NEW' of NEW.-_28 ,,6 23 lassie Davie.---_ City __ ________..-_U 8 U Alice JorcFa.hlon ____ '.15 of HBVi A WW ofFay
fdplea on the shore of the Sea DIV Lola 6. 5 of IIlk 11 Lift', :\ of 1I 1:1-n----------U: 7 S3 60 ''J. n. Dover_______. 19.93
21:1.13)) ((9)) tore W1y of Blk 12 ('Llvlng 0' Sub coin City _______. ...._.82 6 U 3cc. Johnson 1.80 NKW of NKW: ,....,. 7 23 40 J. D. Thomp.on..r., .._ 11.40
Galilee John : Truby & *
( 11.11
stoat, ___
___28 6 S3e Ella Malth.w.-- Lot 1 of Blk 13 Llnaoln Com Cor of NHW.
than five hundred disciples at Dlv of NEW\ of NEW City _______. ___ ________12 8 .3 Dan Jenkins ______ (.48 of 'NernW' run S'$61yde .:

ice in Galilee ((1 Cor. 13:6): ). ((10)) Lot 1,4 of Blk 13 Livingston Sub Lots I, II ot Slit n Linccin ,14 151 Mi yds, N 1HSyds -
,' TrubY A Co' Metta Hammett 1.88 32 8 12 Julia Albert ____ 1." W J 'lieg
si ----- City
James by himself ((1 Cor. 15:7): ), Dlv of NEW of NEW___.23 Lot 6 'Of ink---16---LInCOin- -10 A A8:? yv4dot: : NIOW i

id finally ((11)) to all the apostles.Chrlst.s Lot 3, 4 of Blk 28 Livingston Sub- City _______ _.. ___89 8 II Wlllle King ____ 1.4.1B..II' less 6 A In NE Cor A. 8
Luke 24:50: Truby A ol CO'H NKW' ____28 6 II-A. T. Paul.--: __:.__ 1.88 211 It S nf NVl7 i or ofBWy A In SW Cor-83 A_____15NWW 7 23 13 W W. rackhamJ. ..____ 23.00
ascension ( Dlv of NEW\ of NW% run 91 of NWW' _-_ ._-__.85 7 23 40 D. Thmp.on.18.13 1
.; Acts 1,6-12): ). No. 8 In this se- Lot 1, 2 or EV4) of Blk 28 607 ft, H lit .t N Com 85 yd* N of DPI Cor
to the eleven' LlvlngHton, Truby A ft, W 19t It to begs.-$3 I U 4 Chaney Mclollchald __ 1,16VEt44 of NEW of NEW A run

'3, the appearance the Co's: Sub: Div of NEW of__" 8 12 Unknown __________ 11.B7 ot SWy4---_______-23 8 13 40 Unknown---___?___ 11.311 W 120 yd*, N 110 yds, .
dead) on ___ ._________ 1f
Judas
aclples ( being NEW f.ton. 8 A In NW 1:01': NE'4 B: 220 yd*. 8 110 yd* to .
ountain of Galilee la that with Lot 2 of Blk 81 Living of NWV" -------- -.i3 8 II 8 3. a.. Boy4__.___ 1.112I b.. _. 35 T S3 5 If. H. Rnebiirk______ 6.2A
his Truby A Co' Sub Llo.d:____ 11.37 A of eW' SViof( BWVf"o"f"8E"W-__.11 1 31 20Si4 Robert 5:. "Starrs.' _____ 6.21,
hlch Matthew now concludes Div of NEW\ of NKW___.28 8 22 D. L. of ;,nw"WC of II a Klnr Chandler ____ .110SIf. of ,

"pel. These eleven appearancestended Lot 1, 4 or 11\1.\ of Elk, 81 o. SW'" of IlWi4----13 8 U 110 Charlotte U. U.rr____ 7." W 5 AAWf(, ofNEyx

through forty days. They Livingston, Truby NEW of* i 8 A In NW Cor of NIC'4o' of SEW' ANWH of CiO'e. 3BW 1 23 75 Unknown-___.__._ ".11>>

and r.n'n Sub Dlv of M 'I 22 UnknownIda __--7___ 1.8E HE'4 being 4575. ft \ ex 8 40 rds ..UHK 1 22 200 II. J. Stewart.. ,. ___ 69.BS h
ere gradually farther apart NEW ___----.------- ftN A 1
E j] A,, W by .tu'( of SW! of HWW 8H al
ey came to a decisive close at the 8 SO ft of Lot 4 of Blk 33, H A 11 A In NIi: Cor of of 8V4.. of MB'/- ., ?. .11 22 1)0 L a. W.tmer______ n.n
50x100 ft Livingston, b..lnc orSBIi" of SWVi of
% WW
censlon, in order that the church Trubv ft CO'B Sub Dlv__18 6 22 Simmon ..:____ (.11 5IV% ftoN A Syby 487""" _-..__ .__. ___11 S 32 5 Unknown .?_____ rot
'fight take up the great work of of NKW of NE'4- -->- tt on N side A 613 fton All Mvii84 of WW W'ofIty it
In today's Lot 3, 4 or WH of Blk 84LlvlngHton. S side to public road8S 8 II 17 Chas, a. Woodbrld.,. 11.10 .. 10 A In BW Cur..IS S 22 11 1., H. Lawrence-___ '.U.. 1
engellzlng the world. Truby ft
Lot 1 or Blk 1 .1. M. Johns y4 A SWW of
son we are told that the elevensciples Co' Hub Dlv_of NEW-33 6 S3I Lula Duhart .--- 14.20 Hub Diy of NE'4 NE\4.13\ 8 U. 1MI''. Carrie Thornton_ 10.n NNWy4N exTl A In NW ,
into Galilee Into a of NEW-._ ----- Lot: a of Slit I J. M. Johns Cur A 3 A In I'IW' CorA .
. "went
Lot 1 BW of Lot 3 of Sub Div of NE'4 of NE'413 8 II 1 Mrs. Fsnnla. Stewart.3.41 BKW of NWW\ ex: ,,. !.
nuntatn, where Jesus had ap- Blk 47 Livingston Tru at of II 3-5 AIn$10CorA 1
'Inted them." It was there they by Co' Sub Dlv_Of.38 S3 Fannie McCalt _.---- 6.12 B"1Ir NI'4' AErun Wf 2911 ft. 813P2 W 947 ft of .8 1000 ft at '.. f
__
___
NEW of NEW i m 899 ft N IOU A. HWI:;
ft, ItW1
celved the Great Commission, Lot 11. 13. IS. 14 of Blk It to her.____.....14 8 II 10 n. 1':. W. n.nv.d.__ 10.11N NFot\yof\ rar. /In NW"HWW s

Me the fact that later the a ceni 8..ltP.VIo:: A: Truby'. :._ Ad-. _18 8 S3S3 L. M. ara,..___':'__ 16.04 % of NW'4 'or NE'4.x: of" ;947: ft "of "SEW.of' IIW'4..U!* v ( 22 '240 II. J. Stewart.....,. _; '71 SJ
Mount
("or.. N r
o( Christ occurred on Lot 8 of SaItik H. 8. Matthew I 4 A In of NW NWy4 o. 44cx N'" of NB14-__ 188V4 8 22 N7 r, H..Dr.ke.._.:;_____5.57.19; ",

Ivet, near Jerusalem (see Luke Addition "A" to 28 S. S. DwIInR.- ___ 28.51 goy! N I _______.._ 8.1 14 Maltle Morgan ___._ 13.13 of BKW of 8Eid.13' 1 13 20 Unknown.-.rr3..r.. I." i *
::50-31\ ; Act 1:12): Pleubet says Starke ._.-*________ '. SI'4 of NWV4 01 NW'4U I II 10 A. E. Wall-----_____ 10.17 Lot 1, S el' Elk 7 or NH M Sesb' . i
( 11 N. T. .
9. 10 8 8 ft of Lot. r of HEW: of SEW: .---IS 10 rancb.-, ..;. 10.11N' ;
Lot. tosN
>1 e the Great eighth Commission of Christ's was appcar-given. J'n; 8 of Addition Blk B.to Starke.SS N. J. 6 SS '_ D&...A. B..: Dunham..._ ....0 4E4'' .! cor of BE'4__'__ex__I'A_.__U 1 II 15 Bradford County S.nk 11.10 .fJ. ofA1 NW\4 A t"\ oek.MEya AU." I 11 4 I, B. Larson A I Ift,

Lotonls I I A 1 In NW Cur NWy.of Ii. O. Stewart-.f. 3,11o
ces after his resurrection while Loftt. of Lots ,v, lu.fNBr: NEVI :._.-- -- .U II I A.. Eo wall-_______ 1.11 IC ITI .t of N44 01 NWIy

'e ascension was at the eleventhd C. N. J. Jones Addltoa lira F. H. Long.__ 50.40 Com .t BE Cor of NW% BE4y _________.IJ (13 ( Joseph Holt .___ 19.1*
Jesus to Starke _--.-._._18 12 of MW5. '" run N 11& I.a All NEW\ of SEW\ 1 ..f R"
"And '
_last appearance. me Lot I of Bib 1, Temple; :u 0 12 Unklllowa _- 40.26 : ft. W 1t4 514't ft to. 8 .Tn._I-I__3f 4 II IG R. L. Le._____ "... _18 A ex 4 A Keystone 0/i
''d. "All power U given. unto Addition I to Starke ft. E Cemetery .._..-.---,-it ( S3 14 I., E. Lar.oll__ 4.83:
Bill 13 Tern I IEV4 01 ....._n.-_II 1 II 40 Mamis Geiger ______ 1,404W NjSfi y
i Heaven and In earth. Go ye Lot. U.Addition 14 of to Btark.Sl 1 12 8. R. Osborn.$171 of NWV-.-----+--$1 1.1 40 0. W. Hlnllon A.t.__ 1'.40 &SSrWS ft.\iWfi-ij' J 33 4, T. O. Wetm.r-. _____ I4.5!)

Perefore and teach: all nations, pie Temple Addition 1UI' BW74 .of NE"U"' 4 II 10 J. A. D..na.II"___ T.n NK \WoNWW ww_._"._.__ !? 1? Walter Will ___ 11.40
ptlzing them In the name of thether. Slit co 8ft.Stark.-._ 11 1. II Unknown ..--------- 1W14' 01 BEVs$3 6 II .0 Unknown ____ 19,46IWy of 8W'I. __________11 I S3 40 Unknown _..._____ 9.8S

> and of the Son and of the Lot .1.Addition 2. 8 of Blk to 22.atark.2S Temple 4 II J. W. Edwards ,_ .... Cor ofNWI4exIAlntl for .choo8.. I t 12 II Rub A. Hal'._ lUG 8\4\ of4yNWV4\ ._A _NIIJ'4__..__.Of...11 ( S3 ISO Unknown _________. 11.1'

oly Ghost: Teaching them to ob- t ie of Blk 24. Temple (... B,t of 8E'4 of .WV.--\ ._ I n 10"'. W. 1I:00w.rd.: 6,66 Lot 4 ,_-____________- -I' ( 23 10 Mr. L. B. McUllUNWW .-._ ....
Lot Starke-28 0 .1 Warren Perkln -- 4 7 II .0 0.... r.. white AAldernas
to 8W\4\ 01 ZOI'ICI4- : ANWW of
rye of NEW
all things whatsoever I nave Addition NEW IC'II
, Bill 25. Peek .... G. W. __ II.T' 2 3 S II 40 3. D. Thompaon 10.IT
Lot II of. 8. William.._ of NEW.----! __
T.
fmmanded you. and lo I am with Addition to 8tark.11 8 23 -f W% of Wy 4 1 II It Unknown ._ 1.tI NKW\ of NEW of NRW\.1 U 10 Unknown _____ ..'Sio
oil always, even unto the end off of Bib 84 Feek Ad T. 8. 'Williams____ 1.41 W o[ tW NE\ t N *V A of NWW of NKW
LoJlll to Stark*_...-, -11 f II NEillof Ain of BWW ...---,.__25 8.1 ( John Dav'4 '. ._ ?__ ../a
world. Amen. Lot. I. I, 1, I of BIll 4.J ,,. :wo'co::_!:= _... I t 12 It Dr. rda I. JI.lberc.r._ .UG, .I\ of NW ef NRW W of i
Additionto .11 E of NW Cor Lake A BH of NKW of
Alvaies 210 ft
n. Beg
f 33S3 J. J. BullenBoyd 2J ( S3 41 F. M. A Alletta O.
Btarke i.. .. 28 of NWW' of NBW!: run' NWW47ft' A -,- .._
--
. t c..rt .. t.. Coulr ........ Lot A. B, C of Blk 1. 'H$10ft E 410 ft. N 210 Fleming .. .._,, ._-._. IMC
.:: ..* r*..t,.. .*... .t wf .....w.. Wynn Addition to HoHoway __-.., 11... ft. W tio ft to beg.__ 1 T 33 1 Mile Robinson ,___.. '.U of BW4y.___.__-8 1 22 40 Tony Mltnhell -._.- {$....
' eke ., .. E..._tt M. ....- Stark _?.-.,-.-----_-22 I of NBW of NBW less flWYo ot MW"____. ._____1' 8 21 4Leigh" M. P.arsll.w |'.2.
.u... .. of .. EH 8 23 10 Wllkerson 4."
N.. Fracl Lot A. 'l34RI about 4 A In NB Cor IIW offBEq VAfN W.36 Mary --.,
? ..."L 1'I0'I'ICII1' Slit 8. Wynn IS Dr. Ida J. Helberger... .10 8BV of NBW... .__ A t II 16 Unknown _____ 10.11 ,, \< 3'R4
OT E !1111 HEREBY GIVEN that to Stark .___13 1 __ I 'I II 10 Ore*. Mfg. Co.,..,.__, 11,26 W ClI NW'4- $8.. 8 21 100 Leigh M. P.anall.11$1
' IC of -
"rdrr" ".<5 will, on the lard City Park N53ofNEC' Clr 8 0l 8114 ClI NII\611\ 6 12 10 Mary' Wllkerson _.__ T.37I

_,; ,,.. "Jt..bu A. County present JTudge to of Sub sig.to W.Starke.* Ca.__Addition __ 23 < 31 Unknown .., -..- S.7ILoJut (7Ef' .n" _____ t tf I VnllDown" .---. .... av\A of In NEW NWCor" of NKVi AI-o'.. A 1 '

"dfon: County, Florid.. her final of Slit 2. City Park A 5Wtk In "B Cor of NWW\ of 0''
I5Wi4 of NWfy 6 t II 140 W. H. Smith.l ._____ 4980al4
'ern' ?Count and voucher all Ad. Dlv. W. C'. Ad.dltlon \ 1.73 NE4' .. ____. It 10 Krallna. Barton _____ ,... ,
_. RToung_ Unknown ,... "*"* ******* -
mil r trl" "' tn" E.tat. 01 1C..r. to Stark.-----2$ A 21S3 T. II 01 BE'" of'.W\4\ _._ 7 1 II Unknown,.______ 1'.4' Lot l .._____11 1 13 24 Leigh. 9t. ....rs.11 I!.__.? ..... )
7 II 40
Johns and at Mid :Park NW\4\ '01 "W\4.----\ 7 N.--
deceased. Lot 2 of Slit 4. City Lot __ ..__34 I 33 37 Leigh M. PsraaE33.0$
m..i.' than and th.re. make appll- Sub Dlv. W. C's Addltlon Frank 4. 8w...,..__ 1.7$ A In 811: Cor of 514 ..5BWt4 '..1. i/irCe'-n ,98 6 S3 lit Leigh M. Peer..IU....-_ ".1$
n to tll. std ",ud.. for .. final I Ihi to Btarke_-,-..2 4 of HJIJ'4.'I II S lacy Rltch ._____ 11." ot4e.t3AInNEG7se;; 4
'dement of b... admlnl.traUon of 4 City Park W\4\ 0' WI4 01 .IW .___ I 1 U 40 John, e'. Horr.___ 6,815t4'of Alot.xlIAond
of ,
sash. and for alii 0.... dieIstiae LoJat I.II\v, C* Addition 1.72 '' 'W14 01 RW44'A side A .11 Lot .1.. t. .
I b.r a. such Adminhslra- < 33 Ira Edith Rawl.l'_ 11. 14 i I 11 403: Lelgtt M. P.ar..ll.ult.l
to Stark*-.______31 5%.. of W\4\ of NJCI4 of8W4 10. 11. 12. ..
Dat.d of elk. 31 Lot*. Cltr" Park Also e.m 1 eYs.o Lirte I. S. 1.4,1,1 or /rill l
3"I.. the 26th 'day Slay.THuL35A Sub Div Wl C. Addition Frank A. 8....,._ MI f Lee o. NICI4 oft7l1M gee : 1 6 It let Leigh' M. 1".1'.11.........:.., h....
. ELiaABKTH JOHNS. to St_,.._-__, -S3 8 S3SS IIW 4yW.. I din.. alr.i;i... I.--'a A 11 lee L+i** M. _, ,. h
W
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| *. -M HlatMrti .( the Estate Lot. 4 of Blk W.H City: CO..4 Park- & dll" ".-1 cII.A-. 1l/ 0 T II K M. K. ..001''......_ 1LSJ C. A. KNiaHT Tax Collector. of Bradford County Florida.I +
8C 1.71 1'4 elms to :
144u4tt fA Y.r.u M. John.. Deceaee4 dab dittos Dlr.to Its k._.31 .T.Tnk.own .. .- .. :

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Bradford County Telegraph Economic Highlights I r Eugene S. Matthews I IIi ODD---BUT TRUE


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i i.ub hedWee' y' ':' Entered' Second Class .. Ii these fellows, who ( .
on Fridays 'and If.pp .lnv. That AU. the Dlmmtr You've seen :- .at "-
Matter\ arihe Posit Office at Starke,Florida BUI 1'mtlm: .Dividend. &....rp'4 kYCka.tI.ld..I-N.. ..*l llHM ','..*..j' grab you by the hand and claim all ,." (

.. -. .1.... .... Iater..tlowd. sorts f favors because they are 4IR@
-- ..arabl. F.ow. L.c.l pr..I.1 Elks like:!Ui8re, or Masons, or : \'S MO( KNOYW I' '
e E.lL| Matthews. u__ ___________________Editor and Owner Knights of this an' that or maybe i '
.. -... -- ....- .. The taxpayer will find a certain Klwanlans or Rotarians or Eaglesor METHOD OF WSTIUGOWHINO' '

SUBSCRIPTION RATE amount of encouragement in recent ,' what not! THE BLOOD>> Ofvmrre -. .. .'

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance Treasury expenditures figures concerningemergency for the words WeU,for we'Gene want Matthews to say, a Chairman few .f/ StO-, a f

1 t Advertising; Rates on Application eleven months ending: May 31. -of the State Railroad Com- "" KVAHOP

.. The deficit, after eubtractingpublic mission. 'Gene or Eugene S. as
-- debt requirements, ,was he is officially signed on a thou -A

11 And now it'a Father's Day--June 17.o 93,287,466,000. Mr. Roosevelt's estimate sand orders more or less. is a real NEG
of the deficit made acme For ,
newspaper man. many years
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months ago, '''was $7,300,000,000 be edited the Bradford Telegraphand
June in the month of brides and, roses. What a swell more than twice, the present did it so well that the state
combination deficit, with only a month of the recognized him and his home folks

_. fiscal year left to go. took his paper. In fact they're
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Reason Is that emergency spend still taking It under the editorial
It's a fine feeling sitting at the top of the County League, ing was much lese: than ''anticipated direction of 'Gene's son.:

even if it doesn't last very long. Where the budget authorized U4"l But do you think this Chester- neERtnA. -. ri
3c,' spending of about $11,000,000,000. fieldlan gentleman comes in to a
o'' only $6.370,000,000 wail.penttlofwhich : newspaper: office and tries to get
Strawberries are all right for dessert, but it takes a little emergency payments came support for a political office on the Of ML\ IMS ?- j tgOpa f REIGNI

ii hog and hominy to make a real meal. to $3,580,000,000. Routine govern strength of his editorial prowess? LOSt BY ACWfcttt\ '( Fps NINErfrP 8j
mental costs were $2,790,000.000.as Not a bit of It. He makes friendsby vlN ,

o compared with $3.477,000,000 a his compelling'! personality and KTSEftcoimiwvs... t ?

Add things to worry about:" A scientist says the world year ago, so the administration's he does not Intrude or obtrude his 2.3I. \A u1))
-"' f "c promises of economy in that field newspaper affiliation upon editorshe BEEN CAUSED Ppl 1I I
will last'only 1,700,000,000 years longer have, to a substantial degree, been contacts. We like his system.
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o < .w.> \ fulfilled'. Treasury Income was Couple of months ago Mr. Matthews ( r.LL ,
well, over"'the preceding comparable paid Lake County a Visit and
One of.the follies of our eaucational system is that city ,. friends and
period $2,700,000,000 as went around meeting
schools should ,be favored, over rural ones. against $1,700,000,000. strangers. '''He went into a public [ 600D OLD t

0 The unspent emergency money, office where he knew the head man COUSIN 8M SW'Ut' LAND _

News' writers say that the World's Fair this fear is bigger -' however, has been appropriatedand Intimately but the "boss" happenedto n J0w"' ANEStAI'E cAN eE-
may still be used. It is generally me out. His chief assistant /
h and better, but our bank ,account isn't.No believed that Mr. Roosevelt talked to Mr. Matthews for a short ONLY 'FllElNO, ALIFORNUi ItAS A

i o. will use It during the coming fiscal tim and the next morning,, hap- > WILLEDTO 0b084 H6AOpUARZERS

N county candidates in the second primary,"; but''close' year In which the administrationwill pened to be talking to us. Here's WHCftJB MX FREIGHT TRAIN'
,".' r. make its strongest drive what he said: RELAZI'i t oePAR.ToR.es Ate
state will the vote out RECULARIty
likely get
races anyway.
r against the forces of depression.The "You know Td never met Mr. AXNOUNC&Doperating
0 new'drive will require mod Matthews before. I'd heard of him,

If clothes make the man, we hope the new uniforms will ey and aplenty of It. By the time of course,';, being Chairman of the
'J'" this is read. Democratic leaders Railroad Commission, but when he the Bradford County pa- how to throw up a sponge Just in star in his book known aa the 1 1tlonary
make the ,Starke team stay at the top of the leagug..:!. wlU have pushed the last of the big came In and I waited on him and per, and that he is 'devoting his case.The Fd be playtn' safe,

S, money bills through the House, found he was campaigning I didn't time to his office as a member of Lakelander' realizes that So Z looked up both Tram.

# We can live to be 200, says a French doctor, if'we breathe where all appropriations' legislation feel Ilk''It Usually do when a man the State Railroad Commission he's got his, hands full with this : and Pepper and here is what
has that mission. I fell for him boy Pepper, the youngster is fast Webster has to say about both]
must under the Constitution, ,
The main idea it is to Mr. Matthews has been Identified
r properly. as we see just keep on.o and clean 'em:
originate it Was the President'swish right away. I'd vote for that man a snappy fighter. Tram-
that the money be appropriated for anything." with the Railroad Commission fora mell's handlers have got the big Trammel: A kind of a net|

;i. A man will complain about his wife's cboking! 'but you without specific Instructions I And we want to say that the number of'years add has don fellow tralnin like nobody's bust catch birds or fish, etc. Some I

fit, don't very often! see one who Is willing to teach her how. as to how It Is to be pent, leavingIt gentleman,who was'talking madeno splendid work for strawberry 'and ness,but the punishment he took In Impeding activity or progress
e entirely up to him. Representatives mistake. You can vote for vegetable growers I In Improved the first go-round didn't do him check, hamper, shackle or i re3
,i> 0 weren't quite willing to do 'Gen* Matthews "for anything"and any good. Trammell followers say Pepper: A hot pungentA i
X The Umatilla Tribune says that quite a number of candidates that, and under the new bills a per make no mistake. He'a afoursqu..re service. Stnrke, his home, Is also their man Is alright and predict he seasoning:' A climbing i eh

who were running last week 'are only walking, today. centage of the funds have' been gentleman of high noted for Its strawberries and veg will win but the sports-writers and Now maybe Mr. Websterbou&ht <
37 specifically allocated. Some of the honor.. There are too few like him tables. public are plenty{ skeptical and figure or controlled when
Y.' o principal allocations ere: $100,000- living .today.-Leeaburg Commer- Mr. Matthews Is Campaigning: that nothln' but a lucky pinch-' wrote the above, but If you ask
t g,, They say the average American now'has' $42.70 in his 000 for highway construction; $05-: Cla ..1110'.11SUPPORT for re-election and he expresses the can save him. I think the gentleman was i

*t t pockets, but don't go trying to spend it before you feel first. 000,000 for public buildings; a desire that his Hardee County While the official decision wentto In fact even ,righter than
:p maximum of $5W>,000,000 for PWA MATTHEWS friends continue their' support as Trammell In the first bout Pep- thought he was when he wrote]
0 I work' In actual cash, the Presi- his name appears on the ballot for per won a clean newspaper decis- When It comes to hltttn' the i
t A boxing, inspector has said that Baer is not physically :dent 'wni have something over There's another man Orlando the June 5 primary.. -, Harde! ion and the sports-writers. both known nail on the head, al!I foil

,I f fit,to fight Canera. Wonder if he said that to Max's face? $899,000,000 for relief purposes..It should support la Tuesday's elec I County Herald. here and in Washington favor the say Is that Mr. Noah Webster*
Is said that the President wUl ask a hammer.
youngster to win while the bettin' swings mean
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for an additional $100,000,000 or. so tion.He Is Major Eugene S. 'Matthews Eugene S. Matthews, candidate odds are with him two to one. Alright children, the clan I
A national weekly says the country is being run by ama, for drought relief. Chairman of the Railroad for re-election as a member of the Trammell Is' tryln' to' lau..hoffthe English Is dismissed, report f

s teurs.' Well, we prefer amateur politicians to professional Many more millions will likewisebe Commission State Railway Commission was in sports-writers by' low ratin' Tuesday, the 26t:;: and mark u)

ones. available.' If Mr. Roosevelt He ,,is'opposed by several men, Plant City Saturday. Mr. Matthews 'em and sayln' they are controlled on your examination paper !
wants them. The deficiency bill com of whom are openly support l in always a welcome visitorIn or have been bought which oughtto whichever definition suits
u 0t [empowers him to divert for reliefall ed by the.telephone companies! of this strawberry capital.. He has help him a lot when h* climbs fancy.
,t The Winter Haven Herald wonders how the ant, got its money repaid the RFC: The some cities served faithfully and well on the into the ring, with these guys he's It's no skin off my nose udT

Y? reputation for industry since nearly every one you see is bill likewise gives the RFC author This aloni",,should show the way State Railway.Commission and Is been callln names, all slttln In the sure It'll be alright with Mr. Wster
t ity to buy bonds of political subdivisions the wind Is.blowisg.Matthewe most deserving of a return to his press box with plentyof pencils, but whatever you do be i
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,pn. a picnic., 'f, which have received PWA : an honest able, capable I present post 6n that body. He Of course I ain't takln' sides and vote, It'll make It Just I
o construction funds. man, is going to do the fair 'fought for many years for the play on. much more interestln',

r The father of those quintuplet daughters is worrying Thus, the administration will thing by Orlando and all othercommunities strawberry growers and was one Of course I ain't ttakln sides *) -
of the A pair of will
who are unjustly dealt big men in securing reduce pigeons
suppose five sons-in-law should move !in with" "him' at thesame the face Immediate few financial'dlfncultle.future. It will how. In. with by telephone, railroad, or :rates for this commodity. The myself"Time" and or the I'm not gonna quote grandchildren. before the gesjn|
time!r' voter will make "Merrygoround"or over.
truck line people. no mistake in putting -
from
ever, meet strong opposition other
dope sheets for
an (X) before his fear the -
This is We name
an Important Job. on
:
which think the
taxpayers' groups big fellow
June 0. Plant will be cl .sin' me as A wild animal sanctuary,
Courier.
City
should to We
give more thought It.
? Speaking-[ of fast driving, Irving Cobb says that he'd magnitude of appropriation., reflected should knowmore about the men biased, but -I figured. that If I'd fourth the size of Rhode Isslintl

a rather be a little late for supper at home than early for break lug'rather In higher than helping taxes, !are the delay trend who decid "',jVbat we shall or shall Lake Wales friends ,of ,EugenS. down confine myself to the facts as set being planned by the gov

fast in Heaven toward not pay such utilities as telephone Matthews are most active In officially by such an undis- of Southern Rhodesia. It WID!
recovery. puted
their support of his authority. Mr. Noah Web- the world's largest.
.... e ei' companies. candidacy for
Matthews is one man who not ,his re-election to the position of
The silver bloc la has
t; .A man who is 102 years old says that the beat, way to at. last made Itself felt Congress la legislation only can, .but who has promised to I Florida Railroad Commissioner and

reach a ripe old age Is not to worry-not even over how long _a mixed achievement of both help all of the people of this community they are freely predicting his elec.
tlon next Tuesday. He has servedas THE J. & R. STORE
you're going to live. .success and failure. It has succeeded
are commissioner for the
If relief
to the extent that It has you looking for for past ten
-- -- o obtained a law empowering, .the your pocketbook you'll vote for years and during that period has NEXT I
Mark Twain used to say ,that there were only seven American government to rehabilitate Matthews first above all the senatorial .- made acquaintances throughout DOOR TO POST- OFFICE

:z'; original. J jokes' but we're beginning[ to think that. .even". he silver as values.future activities It has failed will Inasmuch be dldates., congressional-Orlando, Sentinel.or other can fled the stat far who another believe'term.LakeWales h* Is quail STARKE, FLORIDA

exaggerated a little. News.
I'' : dependent on"the attitude of the
0 President-he Is forced to do nothing EUGENE MATTHEWS AGAIN DON'T
CANDIDATE: : R. R. COMMISSION Eugene S. Matthews, who was FORGET SUNDAY JUNE 11"DAD'S
Between five and eight million tin cans are filled with unless he wants to. > appointed to fill a vacancy In the ,

;, ''food in this country annually. And then some.o(jus wonder A few weeks ago, :Mr. Rooseveltstarted Eugene S. Matthews, candidate Railroad Commission by then Governor "
1 why we have indigestion. his silver program. It has for nomination In the primary for Cary A. Hardee and has held DAY"Who
two : The domestic phase
phases office of State Railroad Commissioner the office ever since, Is a candidate
0 calls for the gradual purchase by
has'just completed to succeed himself. Mr.
a campaign Matthews
f.r. A vaccine has been discovered that Is said to prevent par the treasury of 1.300,000.000 tour of the state, and (Indications Is able and well qualified for.the is !it hides his cares with a smile-carrying oe
:: rot fever. Now ounces ,of silver against which I \ position he holds day In and day out providing the that make B
t,, something to work on is one that will pre will be Issued. The for are favorable to his receiving and has rendered happy things
currency the nomination the people of the state Who never asks for favors or expects them
vent from talking. splendid !
parrots
eign phase lies in efforts) to obtain i but
i :Mr. Matthews has given fine service as a members.of the commission finds greatest joy !In Just seeing his family C:.
world silveras a
agreement on
k 0 ,service in this office in former .-Punta Gorda Herald. tented!aaiev&yln?!? life DAD'of course. Sunlllll
metal. The great
Chicago's male has fallen monetary question terms In '' ---- Is ,
population off 100,000 since which Is now unanswered, la: recently the telephone'hearings. DAY!: Let's show. him our gratitude ur
tl r:1J 1930. Perhaps that is the result of so many female souvenir "Will other powers Join la bringing .. He is an associate of the love, for him-byREMEMBERING_
newspaper people of the state, and
.collectors at.*the World's Fair. sliver back?" they have found him honest GIFT!
J i always 00 Late HIM WITH ,A
0 What the silver advocates want Just, fair and reliable. HLeelection -

} An exchange that the generation also Is btmetallam. Their stand hast not will assure continued valuable _
says younger worries
'r n varied greatly since Bryan carried K ;
service, always In the Interest oe: Y
about the older generation. It worries assih
because
the
older their banner-and went down to of the people.-Umatllla. Tribune -
holds on to the purse strings so tightly. defeat before McKinley, upholderof .' M aUSSkt. KAYO
TIES
the geld standard. Many observers s.7lond.
0 "-. A-"nibr
are of the opinion that btmetallsm. -
MATTHEWS: A SAFE MAN
r+ Revenge'' is street., A Miami fixed his stn'
man light meter carefully developed; can Well,
that
a so ,,it would run backwards and when the end of the month be made to work-If all the great Railway Commissioner EugeneS. and Mr. Pepper are about Mr. Trammell to enter / That Will Appeal to HI'From
Large Choose
Selection to
financial powers pursue such a policy Matthews candidate for reelection the .
came, the power company owed him money. ring for the main bout of the
together, The administrationwill has Just finished an extensive evening I figured It might be
g4. o seek an accord on this, and tour of Florida and states that all good Idea to do a little checkla'before a'
.
Louisiana\ women are selling priceless heirlooms to get there will be a great many' conferences that Is needed to asssure his nomination placln' any more bets: lOc to $1

money enough to carry,on their fight against lluey Long. It a great' deal"of talking' In the first primary Is for In the free-for-all preliminary _._ _.. !
across the seas, before'' anything his friends: to give him a little active Mr. Trammell
won
looks 1fke'they're trying 'to make an heirloom out of a rather doubtful
Huey.y definite Is agreed".upon..; Practically 'support the next three days decision. Hla four opponents

0 every government knows Mr. Matthews' record both as a had him on the defensive from the I

i"$ A: New York man is said ,to, have committed suicide bet something should be ddhe about citizen and as) a Railway Commissioner start with this guy Pepper crowd- GoodLooking,
moneybut there is a vast amount has been such as to be regarded in him against the
all his fishing companions had died moved ropes until it
cause
or : .2'5c
away Of disagreement as to what. a safe and capable man forth was downright MFAST
pitIfuL
r Our theory! that he committed suicide because'the'fish S ,.e :Mitchell SOX that
just who! people and not for a Slkes and,Wen. didn't wear
quit'biting. The trend of publlo thought as part of the people the kind of men much but Pepper was "Hies worry in him his .

., the administration enters IU second we need so badly and that are too soup" and If It hadn't been for the
year, Is reflected by the multitude i fw In nigh office.- Columbia others gettln In the he r
I'A Tampa woman who is 106 years old went to the polls ) of newspaper ,and, magazine County Gazette.. probably have knocked way the would title COLOR. BROADCLOTHSHIRTS

and voted in the last primary. Perhaps after all those years articles that are now appearing, holder colder than a polar bear's, b F
entitled '"What will follow the '' .
,t b of practice she was able to get the X-mark on the correct side NRA?" or "After the AAA- BITQENE a MATTHEWSIS BO0Q ,
WACCHULA VISITOR Now with the two.of '.
: 'm
p p of the' name.. What?" and so on. These bureaus t.>|, rtr,,-i ring and nobody else In the In argu the <

o have done much that la beneficial, Eugene: Matthews, 'of Stark ment It ought to be sweet little >

Clarence parrow'ays that the' United States is cursed but they haven't achieved' any and formerly owner and editor of mele If. Trammell Insists onweartn' Solid Colors and Fancy Patterns o
where near what: &Q verly-opU- the Bradford County Telegraph.and all that hair h sure Slae'14 to 17
can yt '
i1! with the disease of money-getting: which the depression didn't ttlstlo public thought they would. well known, throughout the count: OIC'getun' plenty of \ J

cure at all.! Well, at least Mr. Darrow will have to admit that Important chaage In recovery county and state was a visitor In In'ltebefore'he's'' through pepper and It J1.. '

1 1 we didn't get much practice. set-up method. and personnel are Wauchifta last Saturday, Mr. Matthew might be good Idea If he'd have 65d95 c
coming before many moons. stats" that. his son Is now somebody In his corner! who know* v


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