Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 22, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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o Games Played I RE-ELECT MATTHEWSEditorial 1, Voters To. Need Homestead Act Fraternity President :Health, Council,

|or Past Week ; ( From,The Miami Herald.) Little Effort. Subject Of f Suit I t tIn Long Needed Here,

In the racesfor State Railroad Commission{ now under

111 way'1o'fill two of the three places, we find two candidates
Rained living in Tallahassee, one living in the western border countyof To Mark BallotNo State Courts Formed This Week }y7 a l

Escambia and only one in any way representing this part -- 1 ('

lirlie I. Leading The League of the state. County Candidates In !Second' Effort In ielag IIAd... To Stop ? Work I..* To B*" Financed By 1,,

-', second HA1I Of Season The run-off between ,Chairman Eugene S. Matthews of Primary -, Only SU Names Printing Of Amendment The State Hoard OfHeiilth
Approaches On Ticket On Ballot
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the commission and Lester Wells, wholesale produce and coal -. tt

With all games scheduled for the dealer of of-Tallahassee emphasizes the fact that the great Since all\ county candidates were Two suits seeking to prevent a Plans were Initiated this week I, h

st t week rained out, standings shipping portion of Florida will be off the commission entirelyif nominated In the first primary the vote in the November general election nh for the organization of the long- Y

malned the same Iq theNorth ballot to be used by voters here in on the proposed homesteadtax needed Bradford County Health t,4
Chairman Matthews is
rida> County League, with not returned. the second Democratic primary exemption amendment to the Council. According to an announcement ,'$ P$ :

rke still In first place by virtue The shipping and trucking matters originating from the election on June JO'will contain Constitution were filed last weekIn made yesterday by

five victories and four defeats. East and West Coasts, from the ridge section where so muchof only six names. Leon County circuit court. ;fv Mrs Edward Burns. acting chair,
light Grocery of Jacksonville, The same ballot will be' used In Both claimed the amendment to a man the council will be composed, yes'' ,
d Fcrnandlna tied for second the citrus fruit 'is grown, and from the varied winter vege- all eight of Bradford's precincts.The be unconstitutional and both of representatives from each civic r 1 ,

ace with five games in both then table producing centers of.the Everglades demand more thana only names'' which will go sought Injunctions to prevent Secretary /\,4 organization and all communities

and lost ,columns: Green casual interest in H transportation needs. The growersof before the voters of this county to of State Robert A. Gray as well a* the doctors, dentists and I '

brought up the rear be checked are the two candidates nurse of the county.
ve Springs this section publishing It, as required by law, N
usually between the Redlands the
th five victories and six defeats range on for the United States Senate: before the election Is held. Publication The work will be financed by the rro

argdd against them south and Starke on the north for these seasonal crops, and Claude Pepper and Park Tram- they said, would be an Unnecessary Florida State Board of Health, and jc

Starke will play! Green Cove in that latter city where Chairman Matthews has his home, mell!; two for the State Railroad and wasteful expense lie to be conducted as a part of the
Thursday afternoon Commission In Group 1: E. S. Mat- activities sponsored by the Stat
rings here Both estimated that PAUL KNIOIIT :
the forty per
problems of getting the to market almost the
3:00: o'clock. ,Daylight meets crops are thews and Lester Wells, and two cent of the taxable real estate in : Nursing Service. Mice Ruth Met-

mandian once: and Green Coved same as here: for the commission in Group 2: the state would be Included In Several weeks ago the Telegraph i tlngwrj R. N., la director of nurse.,
Starke twice each In' their re- The Railroad Commission is the bulwark set up by the Herbert P. Caro and. Jerry W. Car- homesteads u pto $ .OOO valuation carried a news article stating that and Mlse Joyce Ely R. N., 1 Ia district
In the first half. Paul" Knight, son of Col. D.,, E, supervisor of this organiza ,
Ining games which the
state to stand between the shippers and the transportation ter.It proposed
Knightof this city, had been elect- tlon.
A meeting was held in Jackson- Is expected that balloting will from taxes, other than
lie Wednesday night to arrange companies, between the people and the utilities that servE! be somewhat lighter than It was In assessments for benefits special ed chapter vice-president' of the It Is stated that health work In

which first primary, June 6. How- Kappa Slgma fraternity' at the Bradford County has heretofore
e play-off games were them. To interpret the needs of the people and to co-ordinate tRe> One suit claimed the amendment
by the recent rains. ever voters are being urged to turn University\ of Florida It bus been been handicapped by the lack of n
ntponed them into the fabric of facilities calls would discriminate their
The league will begin the second transportation for a out and register their choices for against learned", however, that this was a nursing equipment. In addition to

If t of Its split season Thursday. deep-rooted understanding of both factors. the three important positions to be property, and would shtpt to It mistake on the part of those scnd- bedclothes, common sanitary articles -
and similar the taxes
me 28, and will close: the seasonth For that reason The Herald has no hesitation in support- filled. "* now shared by property homesteads, for Inc>'oufr- the iformation and that and other essential household M1i"
operation Mr Knight was elected presidentof
goods not found In of
26. many
of Sunday, August
games ing Eugene S. Matthews present'chairman of the Railroad of schools and
govern- the
The schedule follows: Gassett Opens Store chapter the homes In need of the county,"
mental units. This, they contended,
June 28-Daylight at Fernanna Commission, for re-election to that body. Mr. Knight a talented pianist, .nursing/ service. The purchase of
would them of
deprive property
Green Cove, Springs at In 'IVjetv Location without due and equal of has received several fine offers to necessary articles so sanctioned by k
process but the council will be held a the
resorts this *
at summer
play ,
rke. Collier County:: News : South Florida Collier County as law as guaranteed by the state ail
Daylight at Starke, Pate Gassett, popular. hardwareand has turned the mall down and Isattending property of the county
July een Cove Springs at Fernandina. well as Dade, Munroe, Hendry and Lee, and all sections where furniture dealer of this city, and Federal Constitutions.The summer school at the Immediate plans are being directed ,

July Fernandlna at Greenve fruit and.truck are grown and shipped are vitally interestedin this week announced the openingof other suit said the amend University of Florida, where be I Is by Mrs. Burn, Mia Mary

Springs, Starke vs. Daylight his new store on the corner of m mt. If adopted, would amount to taking special courses connectedwith Lee Wynn, county nurse and Mrs.
retaining the services of Eugene S. Matthews present
Impairment of the contract by W. E. Middleton.
Jack onvlJle. Walnut and Washington Streets, In the law school In which b* .
July 12-Daylight at Green chairman of the State Railroad Commission, whose record the building formerly occupied by which he Is 'guaranteed paymentof was a freshman last. year. The council la to meet during the y .

ve Springs, Fernandlna at shows that he comprehends their'needs and is ever workingfor W. H. Andrews. the bond he holds, because It first week In July,
has been In would exempt from taxation partof Saturday .
Mr. Gassett the
rke. their best Interests. )Ir. Matthews is the. one candidatethe the property on which taxes Last Day
hardware business here for the
Green Cove Springs vs.
July 15- and shippers! can depend They should give were pledged In payment. For Taxes Road
ayllght at Jacksonville, Starke growers upon. past ten years and his former location Paying. City DepartmentTo
Attorney General Cary O. Lan-
active Call Street well-
Fernandina. him their United support. on. was
: die recently ruled, however, that
July Fernandina vs. Dayht known' to residents' In this section Carl Johns, city clerk, la calling
at Jacksonville Starke at of the state. ; the amendment would apply to the attention of the taxpayers to Paint Highways

era Cove Springs.July Don Hoover, who',has been em- homesteads of leas than $ .OOO val the fact that Saturday Is' the last !!!!
And -Trammel! HereIn
22-Daylight at Fernanda Pepper ;"Speak ployed by'Mr.'Gassett for several on uation homesteads, and up to asseniMdo$5,000
Green Cove Springs at years, will assist him in his new erty.: 'delinquent' list ou city
than that.Plant. To '0,000 Painting Orange
rke. store. property will be run the first weekIn Spend

July 26-Sta.rke'vl. Daylight at Final 1 Pre Primary Word Bout Ilse .3 rt .July, It Is announced. And Blank Btrlpn Center

cksonville, Fernandina at Green Ritz {lr
Gets -
>ve Springs.! -_. --- : City 1 BUSINESS! TRAINING ,In "Melody In Spring""Melody
The State Road Department will ,
July 29-Green Cove Springs at Trammell Say Attacks On His! TallnliaHM. Attorney Denim> Slush IN HTAKKE r
rnamllna. Daylight at Starke. Record Are "AbsolutelyUntrue" Fund Charge-Explain: Legislative shortly begin the work of painting
August 2-Green. Cove Springs Vote In Spring;" one of the Refund On Rates Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, well state highways with center strip**

Daylight at Jacksonville, season's hit motion pictures will known Instructor In the Bradford for the guidance of motorists, It

arke at Fernandina. Claude Pepper candidate for the Senator Park Xrammell made an play a two-day engagement at the County High School, has accepted was recently announced + '

August Fernandina at Starke, United States Senate, returned to unannounced appearance In Starkeat Ritz Theatre beginning Sunday. Htarkn' And Lawty Orouers. Did leadership of a rew local group Instruction Asphalt highway will be marked
,. This musical film, which marks, lanched with an orange colored stripe and
yllght at Green Cove Springs. 9:00: o'clock Wednesday night plan just among
after- Not Intervene In Suit, (''um-
Bradford Tuesday
County will
concrete ,highways a
the debut of Lanny Ross. popular and of
eligible men women
August 9-Green ;Cove Springs for his first Bradford County mlHMloii young
St ,rke, Daylight at Fernandina noon to thank thd voters, ror the speech ''during the present cam- radio singer, also brings to town this community under the sponsor- tripe of black 'painted down the t'.

him In the Ann Sothern and those popular of the and office center. .
August Fernandina vs. Day- splendid support'aIven pafgn. The Senator spoke on the Eugene S. Matthews, chairmanof hip accounting

ht at Jacksonville, .Starke at, first primary, speaking\ briefly In street In the middle; of the post comedians Charlie Buggies and the State Railroad Commission training division of LaSnlle Extern ery'effort"The' department to follow Is the making principle*v-. r'

een Cove Springs. the Interest of his candidacy. office block to the meagre crowd Mary Bolnnd. this! week announced that straw sion University of Chicago.
of Governor Sholtz's safety campaign -
August 16-Green Cove Springs Earlier In the day he had been that could be summoned at that Tuesday and Wednesday the berry growers of Plant City and The course Is a new homo study ,S
Starke time of Ritz Is showing "Sisters Under the training and! service, of university by affording automobile and ;
Fernandina, vs. Day- heard at Trenton, Archer, New- night. its vicinity would be refunded
maximum tof
truck driver the
with Ellsaa Landl. and
for the ambitious
ht at Jacksonville. berry and High Springs. At Lake The junior, Senator stressed his $102,141,54 with interest by the grade young manor curves this method.
safety on by
August 19-Daylight at Starke, Butler, finding court in session, he accomplishment for Florida and next Thursday and Friday "Change!? Railway Express Agency, Inc., an woman Interested In a businesscareer
of Heart." the ploture'that unites '. This Instruction will equip The general Idea I IIn that then r'
,mandina at Green Cove Springs. had merely spoken a few words in characterized 'absolutely false" the result of a freight rate reduc-
for the
stripes are being placed
the team of Janet, Gaynor and these and women to
August 23-Dayllght at Greenve the court room with the permissionof the charge made by his opponentthat tion ordered by the Interstate young men guidance of motorist driving at '
Charlie Farrell after long sepa- from their Springs,; ,Fernandina atarke. Judge,A. Z. Adklna Trammell had succeeded 'In ration. Commerce Corn mission. merge fitted for definite duties. night. This. Is for the most part ;
the Tallahassean having passed only four measures It was! stated that the refund applied -
In his talk here -.- They can Approach the employerwith true but It Is also true that the
August 26-Starke at Fernan- expressed his appreciation at having Introduced by him during. the past only to orders handled definite reasons why they day-time driver, ,founding a curve* y
a. Green Cove Springs at Jacknvllle. In this five and a half. -years. through Burch St Company of "
received a plurality Bogart Is' Moved houM be employed in the place of at the present day rate of speed. ;
Bounty. which wasone of forty The Senator said that he had Plant'City since Starke and Law the old time appeal to "be givena finds considerable comfort In aligning / +
i i.. -"r that he carried on June 5. He also supported bills which had just released tey interests did not Intervene In chance. his car by tho aid of the center- 4J

referred with pleasure to the fact $9,000,000: to the state for the matter either as Individuals or LaSalle University U the largestand : road stripe,'" C. B. Treadway.

armers May Get that Taylor County, which he for- its roads, and brought flood controlto To Hillsborough as an association. oklut business training Institution chairman of the road, department., '
said he had The Express, Agency was order
merly represented in the Legisla- the Everglades. He In the United States and Is stated. '

ture, gave him a two tp one vote brought money to farmer and Won Work Otrrrtor Here For Past ed by the Commerce Commission celebrating this year, its Sliver An- Painting\ of the stripe will involve -.
Debt Trammel] and that home owners through Federal to refund the money to R. W about $30,000 to
Moratorium over' Senator l 8U: Month*.-Of flew Temporarily niversary, having completed twenty according
his home county of Leon gave ,dim loan and that he had fought fpr Filled Burch & Company who will distribute years of ,service In vocational Chairman Treadway.

a clear majority! and a large plurality old age pensions and unemployment :-, it among the berry grow training during which time they -' .-. 1 ...' ii ., '

H PJIW -Both; 'House 'Of Insurance. Trammell also John A. C. Bogart, who for the ers. The Interest rate was set at have enrolled neeCMy. 900,000 fctu- LEGAL: TENDER: CANNOT ,

Congrem-Oorn To The Times-Union of that day to the effect said that he had obtained as much past six months has been acting as nix per cent, per year, dents LaSalle in. represented locally HE BENT FROM COUNTRY- ++
said the
Matthew. .rate
Mr. reduction -
the Federal money per capita In Flor- Bradford / A. and J. E. -' "
President that the President favored director of operations In by George Taylor
culmination of .
old age pension and that if anyone Ida as had been received per capitain County for the Third Federal was the a Wilson, both well known businessmen Currency and silver' Which Is I legal
to obtain for Florida
The Unitedsw.M. Senate this had tought fc.r It and brought it to California.In Emergency: Relief, Administration long strawberry fight the same ex- of Stark. tender '''In' the United .State*.,

.wk completed congressional acID A vote in Congress that II 'would speaking of what he termed Region, has been transferred to refrigerator growers service and l I" prohibited 'exportation except tr

! on a bill to help fa.rmersI'IIlgbten have been enacted: into law at.this 1 Pepper's "silence" about his 'own Hlllwborough County, it was announced press as have been given the MRH.. WILLIAM EDVVAIIUH under license, Postmistress It, H. '
charges '
out the debt tangles session/Mr. Pepper stated that he record. Senator.. Trammell said: this week. Mr Begirt will of Louisiana ,,,and DIEM!: IN LOUISIANA Young announced, thl*' wkvTh

at have bound their farms In would fight for the old age pensionand "Is It because he did not want be temporarily replaced her by berry shippers with executive order;,of January v ,
up other sections competing
<"Usages. The measure is known other beneficial legislation and I It known that he voted for and Maurice B. GUI a* acting directorof Funeral services for Mrs. HuUi 15, 1934, regulating transaction In to

the Frazier bill and give bankPt not allow it to die for want of being supported the present law for the operation Florida- and Edwards 22-year-old. wife of William fqrelgn exchange, transfers of,
He said the rates retrigera-
farmers a virtual six-year brought to a.vote. 1 I foreclosure of tax certificates the Mr. GUI has been doing architectural : strawberries fromP101'lda M. Edwards, who will be remembered credit, and the:export of coin and ti
tion charges on
oratorium on their debts. Mr.: Pepper stated 'that he did I same as a mortgage. Is foreclosed? work for the region and to Interstate destinations here, were held recently currency, prohibit, the export or ,
This bill further issue A law in the Interest of the tax was placed here by F. H Baumer, to Vldalia. La. The young couple ,withdrawal from the United States,
probably goes not believe in dodging any were a better basis than
now on
an I certificate shark and speculatorsand regional engineer. A definite appointment were married In November, 1933. ,or from place subject to the jurist.
any other designed -
measure aad offered to answer any questions before
help the his against the property owners. for the position left vacant ever >o The following paragraph were :diction thereof of any currency or
farmer seal down asked him as to his position. i .
hta>> Ha his silence-regarding hilt record by Mr. Bogart will be made taken from the Natchea (Miss) sliver coin which Is legal tender lath
or t6 him breathingWU Southerner, '
give a stated that a* a.
rie I
I In been because be did not wantIt later It wait said. NINE NEW STUDENTS Democrat; ,United States, except under
which to accumulate money both of who's grandfather foughtla ATTEND MISSION! STUDY: I of the highest r"
"A woman the '
known that in the Legislatureof -? ", young license Issued pursuant to executive
pay them.
the State, lie
War Between
\ the the resolution BIBLE SCHOOL' type of Christian womanhood, Mrs. order.
bAt voted against VACATION I
1929, I
under a' farmer seek- <
f,relief the plan, felt as his people did. and bad nev- expressing disapproval of PLANNED BV CHURCHES: There were new students or Edwards received her early trainIng Licenses obtained from'th. Federal c

""tj- may apply' to conciliation: er advocated racial equality in any the negro wife of the negro Congressman _. visitors In attendance at the Bible and education at the Viilalla Reserve Bank for the export

* administration established during, the Hoo- form.. When a member of the cPrlst> from Chicago A dally;.vacation Bible school Is study Tuesday evening at the Mission High School* Everyone who knew of currency and silver coin will be ,

fcMHIMH Florida Legislature be vote.1against being Invited and entertained at being planned for the young peopleof Hall and Interest was Inun"l her loved her fer her genial dlnposltlon surrendered by senders to postmasters -

F. MWMMV a revolution censoring Mrs. the Whit House! at a reception Stark, which will begin Jury t In the subject studied-" and her death was a sever at time of mailing.

r. R. R. CRAWFORD died Hoover, the wif of a Republican where there was probably a thousand and run through July 20. den Treasure" rael, and "The' blow, not only to tier family, but The export of gold coin gold bullion
Crawford of Lawtey President, for entertaining the wife Pearl of Great Price.-the church to a wide circle of friend
"w white women. Seventy-on This school I la to be sponsoredby or gold certificate I la still prohibited
Friday atternoon'after a abort of Congressman.'and ex- of Cbrl L There 1 Ia much "Mr.. Edward born In VI- ,
ness. a negro members 'of'' the Florida Legisla the Baptist, Mthodt and the body was and postmasters will refuse
hi. itr. Crawford Is survived plained this vote upoa the recordof tur 'voted to condemn the incident. Presbyterian Churches: and, the food for thought In these parable claims and spent her entire life there to accept any such article for dispatch

r rs. widow,, and one daughter, th*''House Journal at the time Pepper wa one of only fourteen pastor of three church are making and doubtless some seed fell on making this her born after,her to foreign countries unless

'IL:. also Bladya Morrow of Louisville upon the' ground that while ''opposed who voted against ,the resolution, the final plans for thl school good ground at this meeting which recent mam-tag A devoted wife, :the sender present a license to
by one brother and three to racial equality, a' state will forth fruit In season an. obedient daughter and a true "
and tried to excuse himself by sayIng which win be 'announced next bring export Issued by or under the authority
.erne !legislator had no place in running the resolution had no place In week.:, Testimony at the closof the friend, she was greatly loved and of the Secretary of the

Fri Sunday Federal.affairs. and stated that the Legislature. service was \Inspiring and helpfulto held In the highest esteem by all ,Treasury rro

cemetery at 2:30 o'clock: unr this waa the, duty of our representative "The public,la entitled to know MI.V-CO-MA TO OPEN those who heard who were. fortunate enough to -

' the direction of a Jacksonville' *! ,la i Washington but that that Pepper principal business at Camp WlB-Co-Ma. the St. All* !'The Elephant the:Fly and the know her during hr. short' but I GRIFFIS OUT AOAIN

natal home.dtnNTEE. ., Senator Trammell bad don nothing Tallahassee I* that of a paid law- gustm Y. M.' C. A. camp locatedon Gospel" I la the announced subject true Christian lif.."' A.. J. Orlffln, superintendent of

in the matter.' lobbyist for special Interest It Crystal Lak near;(< Thra, for next Tuesdays" study, an4 as -- U--. r_ public Instruction In Bradford f

'Today I u : VOTINO CLOES: In closing he warned the people yer I Ia not surprising that the big In- will open Monday for a two-week': usual the crayon Illustration winbe'used'and GIRL SCOUTS TO MEET County was abel to be at lib office ,'

" ente the last day In which last minute attacks: always terest-the money baron have him encampment.. Tbla.i* the seventhaaacr'aetul promise to be quite TIM Girl Scout troop of Stark this week after being confined to

e -*. baOoU may be cast for against a-ade, by, profesdonalP000dars, a. their fi>n4<<**. for Senatoi and saon tot tote beautiful ao.. attraction., especially* fa,, the will meet at S:30: o'clock every Friday I hi*"ht>m*' for-several day with: s""'
na primary. County.Judge bun- -and who la I it. that 1* not afternoon beginning today. typhoid fever. Mr: Grlffl1 ,
k. to Justify by hi* ac- have already spent a slush and cor- camp that offer recreation to young many
Ferryman baa announced. and promised h a i3Mt001 maty;'...! JIBUTI' ..! ,U. i IIIMS In piit. .ft rBriar Tht.-TMihiOL'wttt.;bw held at/U.WCIIDAD' '......,ar* congratulating him- onir' w -
atM.0U1ce.- __ _......... t4seedJtasaasdf' l V. .Ma" rayffat to fuOduaAWelaill' '( dssdesofryongpeoptJs Bain."'"'.*"' Club. ..I hi* speedy rcovry.i '
)' of law to his. bhal ,

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-- -- -- -- --- -- --------- -- Nichols. arrived Saturday and win Starke pent Sunday
---f ft here
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;-----J--; herewith rela Mrs. Green's
spend the summer mother Mrs
I Sibs Pauline Greene, Cor. Mrs, W. A. Tyler, Cor., b!. E.: Crews Cor. Lula Reed of Lawtey "was Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Fisher oi
Green Cove
t here Sunday Springs were visit ,
LIVE STATE NEWS W. J. Reid and W. J. Wethrlng- here Friday. *

ton of Jacksonville were business. i S. E. Godwin of
Mrs. R. H. Williams made a business O. T. Nelson made a business Lee Green of Mlddleburg- was a Maxvllle wtl

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs trip to Starke Monday trip to Starke Friday. visitor here Wednesday." visitors here Monday. la here.Sunday.H. .
Oleeta Green of Starke C.
I .1 O, B. Colson and son, Resale, ofBrooker Arthur Taylor of Black Creek visitor to Miss Wimberly left for Cain,..
Griffia was
C. M. spending this week hare! the guestof yule Monday, where he has
weere In this section Mon ,
was In this section Sunday. eoroU-
Starke Tuesday. Miss Patty Wimberly. ed for the summer term of
}I i -- ---- day.Misses Mrs. Anna Bell was visiting Mrs. Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly returned Mrs. N., T., Green and childrenand W..J.. Bailey of Jacksonviu school
:Mildred and Genevieve A. C. Sumner Saturday. Saturday from a visit with relatives Miss Fr.ddyVlmbtrly of transacting business here 'It
3'i lARGEST CATCH RECORDED TWO ANNOUNCEMENTSMIAMI Saunders :Misses Pauline and Reba Mrs. Swanbum and daughter and at Ft. Lauderdale and Nichols. Mon<%

o, FERNANDINA-Five thousand : Simultaneous announcement Green, Bill Browning and Lousy son, Dorothie and Arthur, were in ,. --
I at of resignation of Phillips motored to Penney Farms Starke Tuesday.The ;
lj r pompano were hauled in onetime Mrs. L. J. Norman and Miss, Cleo
."I off the coast here in the Iargr Robert M. Simpson Dade County Sunday afternoon. heavy rains have done much In Starke Saturday
:;; oat 'Alngle catch ever made here tax collector, effective June 8 and Mrs. E. W. Greene spent the damage to the crops In this sec Norman were Is. This. e .
and Theodore
of an alleged shortage week-end with her son and daugh Cecil Hardee
U'' and one of the largest ever reported the discovery .
'.1, In Florida. of approximately $140,000 in ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. .tion.P.. H.''Wood* of Lawtey was visiting man visited at Lawtey Saturday.Mr. I
f' the office was made here by his Greene. W. A. Taylor Saturday after- and M.re. H,C. Wimberly I

,i,. BAY PINES IS NAME attorney Bart A. Riley. George Reddish was visiting noon. Jr., and, Miss Patty Wimberly_of 1 ACTION ?
Miss Juanita Williams Thursday
'!. ( ST. PETERSBURG-The official
of the soldiers home facilities EMERGENCY AIR FIELD night.
'1.ame AVON PARK Approximately Herman Woodle returned home HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN
postoffice and! railroad! station
on the after spending a few month. In
,l ijj'' in an outlying waterfront section 200 men are employed During bin third term a* U. S. Senator, Senator Park
landing field, being constructed Plant City.Miss
of the city has been changed emergency Trammel secured the enactment of but
: ,of the
under Elsie Hatcher and brother.
!l In the city limits, AND MEN WINThe
t" to Bay Pines, Florida. FERA direction. Removing stumps Elbert of Mlddleburg were visiting I eighty-one bill that he Introduced and bponsored:

'llo'. and palmettos Is. well underway.The Misses Pauline and Reba Greene .
of Other Men
STUART-A plan to beautify tract includes 160 acres. Workis Friday,night. These provide

,I State Road No. 4, through Martin expected to be completed about Mr and Mrs. Roy Carter of Unless two pints of bile juice .._t them to ct HJ of till Bolaoa For the relief of a corporation.
treesand the last of August.RATTLESNAKE. Hetlbronn: spent Thursday with her flow liver into that Untroyl your paraonal chum. Thy For the relief of an Individual. .
from ,
.il County, by planting mango parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Greene. daily your can't do at. for thy only move out tt.
I I/,/ ornamental shrubs along the your bowels, your food decays in tall end of your :bowel and that doora'ttak. A permit for the bridging of a river.'
\ BITE KILLS Miss Ida Sweat made a business bowels. This away .nough.of the decayed polnos.
baa been revealed by the, your poisons your
highway .. For conferring the ,degree of Bachelor
I DAYTONA BEACH-A bite trip to Starke Saturday. whole body. Movements get hard .metle. won t help at all
Emergency Relief Administration Only a fno flow of :your bile Julo. will Science graduates of the U. S. Naval
from a seven-foot rattlesnake with Miss Elsie Crawford and Miss and constipated. You get yellow top this decay polIO.ID your bowola Th upon
'r la Stuart. twenty-four rattles resulted In Dorothy Meede spent Saturday tongue, :yellow skin, pimples, dull on. mild niretabla medicine whleh Karl Academy.
.f.f:1.I bad bad taste, a fr.. flow of your bile juloo I. CarterLittle ',
eves gas
death to Stella Armstrong ne- night with Miss Leila Ward.
f breath
\:1.: SIARKEIt FOR FORT SITE dizziness, You have become Liver Fill. No calomel In..r.urylIs )
\' observancela gress. She was bitten while pick Miss Juanlta Williams is on the Carter'a Only Hoe. mild niotablaextract IT. WOULD BE A WASTE OF WORDS TO ASK IF FLORIDA
'' EUSTIS-Flag Day an ugly-looking, foul-smeU- .
''ii. sick list this week. We wish her If :you would brine tack your
Benson a
ing berries near Springs.She DEMANDS MORE EFFICIENCY UPON THE
this city was featured by the Ing. sour-thinking person. personal charm to win men .tart taking
.@+} dedication, of a marker which was received medical treatment speedy recovery. have lost your personal charm.I f Arta'. Little Liver Pllla according. to OF ITS JUNIOR SENATOR
direction! today. 26* at drugatom.
placed Ocklawaha Chapter, within half an hour but during the Everybody wants to run from you. RefuM"omethtnv Just ae good"I ,for It
/ night her condition became worse Portugal in 1930 bad 2.040 mile. But don't take salts mineral may gripe, 100... teeth or ..ealdrectum.
,) of the American! Revolution Political Paid For
Daughters of railroads of which 843 werestate Ask for Carter Lltd.Lle.r ( Advertising By Friends of Claude Pepper)
waters, laxative laxa-
oils pills,
i at a point on the Eustis- Pllll I by name get
VACCINATION REQUIRED owned. tive candies or chewing gums and what win ask. r. Olfts..a8-.r.:. ____
.fjI/ Vmatllla Road on the site of Fort .
SANFORD Addressing city
-.f!? Muon.I -
commissioners on behalf of the
I) -
residents of the and
EXPRESSEDTALLAHASSEBtPresident city county
Ca- the Seminole County Medical Society r,
through its secretary Dr J.
F! rigs of Honduras wirelessed Governor .
T. Denton, commended the
of Friday
f.' SholU the "appreciation mypeople"
announcement that found
A' for' the Governor's mallr -
, sage of sympathy at Honduras' roaming streets without having
loss of life and property In last been treated against rabies before
a week's hurricane. "Accept the appreciation June 22 will be killed.

4 of my people," President -
e Caries messaged, "for your message DOPE'SICu.ERS CAUGHT '
of sympathy In our great TAMPA-Ten men are under NE\y ; STORE
d lues.. arrest here and held under $20,000
bonds each on charges; of sale of

REAL ESTATE BOOM marijuana, a narcotic smokingweed. .

fr ST.PETERSBURG-;..This city Is The arrests were made by .--
? enjoying ita biggest real estate Federal state'and county officers
business in four year. Transfers after an undercover Investigation
1 ,of property; cleared through one of six weeks during which the officers -

title and abstract company here said they had made thirty r,'iJ 'i\! ;"::
e show that real estate valued at purchases of the weed ;
u 12.979.800.80 has been sold since

,, January 1, based on the purchase LABOR FEE INCREASED OPENS,
of Federal tax stamps at the rate KI881MMEE--At a recent meet. J .

of ten cents per 9100, placed upon Ing of the Board of Osceota County .;

warranty, deeds. Owners' of Gulf Commissioners, a resolution was ." -,
), beach properties outside the city adopted Increasing fee labor of the (. .
tI 81 limits, are enjoying their heaviest from $1 to $2.50 per day: salary of '_.
ale since 1024-26., guard or guards from 940 to $6C .
per month; cook from 930 to $tO
per' month: road supervisor'from
Plenty ., $80 to $100 per month and! janitorat

'k PARKING And SPACE ,court house-from $40 to $00. Gassett's Hardware Furniture Store

: i
school children 'wUl ride to their
classes next year In buses with all-

COLD DRNKSHALL'S steel school bodies.buses to A be rule fitted requiring with steel all Has opened up First, Class Hardware and Furni--

At bodies not later than July 1, 1939.

PLACE has been adopted by the State ture Store in the building formerly
Board of Education. County school ,occupied by Hamp

x Near Seaboard Depot boards were urged to put the -. .
change Into effect before the bedginning Andrews near the Depot. ':

of the fall term, If possi "
ble. There were several school bus .
'O"t.R ,
accidents during the past year. '. '!. .

MERvrs REQUIRE QUALIFICATIONTALLAHASSEE'-: Attorney We ,have been in the Hardware Business" here for the I :,

UI General precinct, was necessary Cary committeemen D., Landls for Democratic to has qualify ruledIt past 10.years and during this time have built up a :.',*'. :

3 by'with' taking the clerk the of party the circuit oath before court good business by faithful service to the public., We' : '

they could be elected. This rulingwas :

made In response to an Inquiry will appreciate your trade.
from W. W. Williams, supervisor : .
of registration In Putnam County.
"The law provides," the attorney
general said, "for the election of

party committeemen In the first ; Next 'Saturday (tomorrow)
primary. However there Is no Everyone entering our.

provision of law authorizing electors ;I.
w. to write the name of a can- store will, be served Ice Cold Lemonade. There will '

didate on the primary election bal ,, .

lot." be an .all-day demonstration of the'Nesco'Stove. '"4., \

JACKSONVILLE the front ..
door and the back door of the small ,

home-owner of Florida the FERA: :;:: /: .7.' _
Come in arid look stock .
la preparing to cant Its beautlflcatlon "I. our; 'overHardware. :-..:: _
Campaign. Operations will ..
begin at Palatka, on a test' basis .
where progress.. of clearing up unsightly -
buildings and Improving
the appearance of small homes will
be observed by the administrationto
derive a plan for application '
throughout the state. Julius F.

/ Stone Jr., state administrator Gassett's
said that "under the system whichIs
0 "' Iprt1 contemplated the Relief Administration

; i/ jets dell Il1las would supply both the :

plan of beautification and the labor

recessary to carry out the plan. It
dui would be'the responsibility of the

\ >vIM I t tI property owner to supply\ necessary -
materials In the way of

I .plants, fertilisers, etc.".

& Furniture Store

For. : Expert. RepairingSmith's

P. GASSETT Owner "The
-- Old Reliable"


? L 'FLORID&"f.11.

Phone 120'' \

Wrecker Service Day Night
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Hints To Housewives I ZIFF BROOKER lilt: I In N.w

I Klvor ______..__ __ SJ-24 JrtSO Unknown ._._ 1.8' ,
l of 8EU____-.._-:___S7 40 9. JJ:. Andrew" *. __. -_. 11.0' j
Weekly fre-n Horn D-tra- I MlM Lain Mae L.vl.. <.. Mla.> We** 0.1..,., C... aw' tit 8W" 8W'\4\ of

FARMERS SECTIONConducted tlon Tallahassee | $K:% _. __u__ _____--_ .17 SOSO HO Unknown -_ _. ______ MM 1NW4
Specialists, NW" of NEI.U 1 4*\ T. 13.Edwards.--------.
SE", of MW 5: a 84 of 854of
Leon Hough and Miss Leola Shower For Recent Bride SEt6 U 1 so oSO Eugene: Arran.----- SIM

by Demonstration Agents. WEARING QUALITIES OF COMMON Hough were called to the bedsideof Mrs. B. F. Hazen entertained at WI1l of MSVI.------------.8 80 I. N. Newell..___.. ___ S4X
'iof SKKi.._____.______1 (/I SO _
TEXTILES their Mrs. 80 I. N. Newell--- __. ....* P
mother LoganHough her home last Thursday afternoon NWW of NWHN 89 t 10 40 Unknown .......___ ._ '11
l who is seriously 111. at a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. ,...t. 1. Jl. 3 S af nvr"Q\ 10 100SO Unknown ..._____u.. all.fl
)ii' of Lots 4, S. ___.__-. 0 ISO Unknown .._.____ .. 14,414
Mrs. Andrews Butler -
In cases the of a Ollie of Lake Sanford Ritch of Raiford who -
many usage of .. ___ ___. .
___ J ll1 I 8KH $5114 SSB 0 10 40 T. M. BrpnhenBT,1 _____. IS II
-- fabric Involves Its slow weakening was visiting her sister Mrs. I prior to her marriage was Miss WW ofSWi4ol5tY44aof

I. owing to the rubbing away of the J. B. Thomas, .recently. Iris Brown of Brooker.A road ___13 4 SO 15. M. Stephen.-_. 101 '
.-- Compliance NEVy of NE>,,1. .--.a5 1 SO 40 Eu'ene Hryan,__..__.__ 111
RURAL ; material by friction against other H, EX: Thomaswaa our section I most pleasant afternoon was sW'A.. 0' S1:...______...___.55 II SO 4flSO W. ft. HoclKeatSvi,.__-..: 1013,
To Check AAA substances, or against Itself. last Monday. > spent in conversation and several E1I\ 01 suw.-------------: 33 1 80SO Ilobt Matthew...___ 1011

COMMON SENSE 1 With faced fabrics the wear first Fred Shaw ,has returned home contests and games were enjoyed. NW14 ex 10 A In 8W Cn..Sf. ISO Eu.lln.l'lr'all' ______.._ .,.41.
HE.%.. of ,(,_____________14 6 10
40SO Unknown _____ _.. ..___ 11St.'. '
after. In of ;
Reduction shows itself by the removal of the spending; a some time The honoree was the, recipient wt of swt.ANE4of jl

By SPUDS JOHNSON nap and' in the examination and Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. many lovly gifts Late in the afternoon 14 ex l A for churchAll _14 0 110 Unknown ...________. .S4 i ',
-_ I 7, SO 440an Unknown ._____________
GAINESVILLE-Farms comparlnon of this type of fabric and Mrs. J. W, Lewis and a refreshment course was K', .A 8W.-_ 7 4HOSO Unknown ..__.._.._____ 1114 471 t &: '
AND omi s' tects may be made by rubbing the Sons L. O. and Johnnie, and daughter. served by the hostess. NW,, of NWK__---------I: 7 40 W. It. Hodge*_________ 1530 '
r. KM BOYS' reduction contracts' with NEW of NKli.-_--------- 4 7 SO 40 t>. J. O. Green Jr.,_____ 16."
Lula Mae were Mrs.Lewis' .
visiting -
cloth and the effect
WORK IN THUS 4-H CLUBS ernment are going to be noting pro- NWH of SK J-.-__ 7.11 40 Unknown __.._...___ Ill
duced. brother C. C. Johns Wednesday Loral Lot 11 ex.: S A In SB Cor .
WISELY!: WAS as to how the acreages This rubbing wear' test on faced and Saturday. :Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Jenkins and .A NM of Lat 11______-__ 7 7 20 118 I. A. Brown 44.7 ;
with the contracts S A In 8B Cor of Lot 11 A-
When It became evident, earlythe the Agricultural Extension fabrics Is sometimes very Important. Resale Thomas Is spending this W .V. Webb of Jacksonville' spent 1-8 A In SW Cor of Lot .' ? "
week here wlwth L. O. and John Sunday here as guests of Mr. and n -_ 7 7 10 S Unknown '{
career of the Agricultural Adjustment here by the AAA reveal. The removal of the nap mayso i N U oNKH NEtp a 8wtf'of _.--_ 141 5

Administration, that the In these contracts certain affect the appearance of the nie Lewis. Mrs; W. B. Webb. Also that portion, .,q th
of the agency could be cloth that worn portions are very Miss Mlllajd,Stokes spent Sunday I Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rttch of ofE44ofNW4: ; .. Ef r, l
usefulness the acres rented to the with with Miss Elva Mann. Raiford spent the weekend hereas nubile road-about 1 A... S 7 20 143 Unknown -_.".....___... 4ft
attained only through ex- obvious though good quality
quickly of Agriculture In the NW4 of NW' A WU of tij
traordinary demands upon.the Agricultural and cloths evenly dyed, wear does not Doris Mann spent Saturday and guests of her parents, Mr, and NWW A BEot salt

Extension Service' In the allowed bacco and corn-hog the usually show a short distance Sunday with Classic Waters. Mrs. Lh A. Brown., ex about road II .A..r.NRU.. E ofpiibllo ,S,

states, discussion arose In cheap wool and cotton H. H. Howard was In Starke Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Hagen spent SWU ex I A In SM Cor.of_ 5 7 SO lie ,
several ers agree not to away. A n. Shaw...._..+i:-_,____ 84(1
Saturday. part of last week visiting friends NWM "'f Sv 4. .____., S 7 20 40 I, A. .. .
concerning which of the Tatter'sactivities acreage of basic crops for union cloths (dress,fabrics suit One acr. In $10 Cor of- Brown.. ..... .._, n.'. 9

best could be temporarilyset other acres on the farm. ings, and particularly flannels) the O W. Riven was visiting his and relatives in South Florida. NHHt of HW>'4______ ___ S 7 SOS 1 Unknown.___..__ ....
aside for the new duties cotton threads are sometimes only mother, Mrs. H. O. Rivers last Rev. Q. E. McGauley held regu- Com at NK Cur of HW'iSt .
operations throughout the A run W 110 ft
"Club work among farm boys .to be slightly colored and so when the Saturday. lar church services here Sunday. f. (nt E310ft.N6ld lI lIft

and girls must not be abandonedor that going these closely of checked the wool surface nap Is worn away the C. &, Kelly-and .sons,. Cliff and Miss Ida Way Webb of Jacksonville to be.*-1 A. .--______ 7.0 3 It. A. Brown....,___, .Gt
In phases la Layvon and. ;nephew, Clarence spent last week here!\ as guest Lot. S,v 4 of Blk SWard j0.
lessenened the
vigor, was wear shows distinctly. examining -
are carried out according very City __ S 7O 1C Croiby...... .._ t
: It.t 1448
Mills, were In Starke last Satur. of her cousin Miss Louise Webb. itUj
Lot 8, r-iJiic-'T7"
word that then went out from high Davis such 'cloths It Is a simple 11 ;

authorities in the United States adjustment matter to remove threads and to day.. O. B. Colsen was attending to Ward City____....-.?.. 1 7' 20 H Osteen---...._.__-,__ 11." J
In Florida this Lot i. s. a. 4, a of nik' ,
Department of Agriculture. Con- checking will be directed compare their shades of color, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hough and business In Starke Monday.Mr. Ward; Clty---------, S 7 so .- Mr., J. J. MorIl'4n; ______ .IS
in this conclusion by little daughter' were in Starke and Mrs. J.. M. :Mott were Lot .1, 4. 5, (I 7 8 of Blk '
currence was I ers of the Agricultural if they are markedly different Wednesday.We transacting business In Alachua 4 10, Ward (silty. ..: __. 1 1 soso Mr.. 5'. E. MottM. -..______ 8(1
practically unanimous on the partof Service worn surfaces of the cloth will be lot II nf llk 11 Ward. <"ltv.
who have 8
handled 7 .
P. M\th ny.__.____ J.14 ''tl
state officials entrusted with responsibility 80. very 'evldent.The are very sorry to report that Friday.H. Lots a, 8 ot Elk 1., Ward
justment work far and
In connection with agricultural smoother a fibre the less the Mrs. Logan Hough in on the sick P. Galney and son. Everette, City o----------------- 7 soso W. W. Ward'___________ SKI '
county committees who Lot 1(1( 8 7 Unknown _______
_____ 1.S4so
to business In
were attending
list at this writing. We are hopingher
education. friction it will offer to rubbing Lots >a>, 6 of llllc 11 Ward
'in to checked and approved a speedy recovery.We Starke Wednesday. City .. .--_ ___.. .__. 8 7 so M. P. Matheny.
Agreement; respect the wis- wear. In consequence rayon fab.rlcs Blk ---
tracts. The detailed Lot of IS Ward
plans .0 lire. Laura ft Baxter Y
.7 ,..
dom of continuing 4-H Club endeavor have proved to be very suit are very glad to report that I I l.i.tn: i.: 3. t. 4 of Hlk ll.'I *
without checking are now being Fred Shaw who has been on the "The choice of the herd sire will Ward' CMty .1. 8 7 30so Jt P. Gainey---___.. 1I.1t
interruption or reduction able for coat and sleeve linings
also by dr. Wilmon Newell sick Hat, is able to out again. likely make or break you In the Lot 8 of l\ka.1d.j.\ Wxr.l'City. 8 7 li. T. Oateen.____,_1.M. .__- .16
was such Lot
expressed by the extension A. P. and In upholstery fabrics as 1. I 11, 13 ot
chiefs of the AAA. Whatever director ,and others.Spencer damasks the smooth rayon patterns dairy game," says one dairy farm Hlk 19 Ward Clty...,___ 8 7 soso O. Harrell________,_ ....

modifications were regarded as resistant to wear. According to statistics, a horse er. "If you pick a poor one, you Tot.8'1 of tllte IB Ward City. 8 7 lin. Drown________.. U.
1 Each contract signer will prove very 8, 9. 10. II of hut
peceflsary in the working fabric Is smooth runs three times as fast as a human will pay too much even if you get 31. Ward (City.__. ____ __ 5 7 SO
programsf vised of the name of the The usual. alpaca n. P. Lew!*.._.___.. t 40
him for of
being; the records show thatIn nothing. SVj\ 8\Vt4: of NW54 &
county farm, and home demonstration to frictional wear.
who will visit his farm to and resistant NWt4ofMWSt.x5ASof
agents to meet emergen- up. With the assistance And the llnenlslng of cotton sheetIng running one mile a man requires Minerals in Bulgaria belong to Hy-----------------. 9 7 Srt 5H N. O. 5tokes.------- HIS
ty conditions It was therefore ,de- with sulphuric acid makes the four minutes and ten seconds the I1WI! !< ot 81114------------ 0 7 20 to Mr. J. a. Droover._____ noon
farmer the state
signing while horse NE' of Nio'5:' A
does It in
club a only one 4 WliofNiij
pitied that work should not supervisor will make sheets wear much longer becausethe a Nbof.) NW,. olio

utter in consequence. ments of the land in fabric is smoother than .ordinary minut an dthrty seconds. no'rlcw '... Arrhlotn'lo Fun of MWt4------------, 0 7 SO aDO Unknown >r-0..___44_ 40 at 1

( In the ranks of the 4-H Club that the acreage in cotton. Over a mllUrilJ.one dollars bills NOTIOK IX TAX: 1IKHKHV I.n:: GIVEN, NIJINW A a' MW. otHW'4 a .

and has That (:. J, Powell WS\ of "Hl-li .A vf '
oys girls again arrived within the limits of One fabric especially exposed to holder of Tux NKV4 I ,
''the season for taking stock. Annual comes severe rubbing wear is pocket 'lining 'are worn oats;'each. day. CertlfleateNo., 348. 6th day of August. MfJ'1'' t'E --.. ___..10./0:/ SJO Unknown .......--___..-. ".IIKit
tract. ThIs check-up will A. H. I US 9. hue filed laid cer E:i lNJN.r\v: ,
events, national state and ed by the supervisor, :the particularly that :used in IN TUB NAME: "K THE STATK" tificate In my office and made apt I NWe { r
,county, once more have served .asa ( trouser pockets. One firm has i OF FLORIDA To Roue H. Ed- plication for tax deed to issue I 0815, .-- --.... --- ..13 7 SO 410 Unknown _, ...;...______
and at least two members dins' a rmldent/ of the' City of NewYork thereon In accordance with law. ml! of NK'i .A 8Wi' ofNKV4 d
means for checking up on county adjustment made a special study of such fabrics and State of New York and Said cortlfiuate embrace the fol. A K\ of NW'i A
:achievements. As these whose particular addras* and domicile lowingdexrrlbed property eltuatecln NWf\ of NW'i, A NliH4\
are appraised and has produced a pocketingthat :
checked at the state office
IK BU2 Rlveriilde. r>rlve. Apartment Bradford l-ounty, Florida tnwltu of HWU ...NW.,.' of
the values they hold become In cases where there is has four or five times the 5A. .Klnnlnir 110 feet Kadi of North- KB* HH3V4 I of 8R414, 7 SO 140 I'nknown ....-' __ '7S 41
.< more and more ApparentHow in the wear resistance of the average You are hereby. ordered to appear went Corner of Northwest Quart W'1I of NKl': of MB..._.....14 7 SO 20 Era. Leila J. Houch.INK'i _.. 1&,41
accuracy In that certain of Northeast t11
cause now pending Quarter and run South 8IJlt! otNE..6ANot(. R
advisable it was to retrain Inspections will be pocl.tif.iig. In the Circuit Court. TwentySixthludlclal Two Hundred Ten feet. Kit-t Four road __ ._-_..___ IS 7 10 IB K. C." liolllnir-worth____ II It
from any course that would .have other trained agents. The Initial strength of the fabric Circuit of Florida. In and Hundred Twenty Feet North Two W<4 of .A NIC'4 of

placed restraint upon the young la, of course an Important factor entitled for I Bradford, Albert O ttkd'I"n.c: va..ntit"::, Hundred Twenty Ten Wet Feet, W..t to hea-lnnlna Four Hundred In. 1'fW1'' of'YjWU A Kl' of "10'4.11 7 SO JOO Unknown __._...??_._ day W

workers now may he Clearly. seen. frequently It may be as well as the rate of Joss of H. Jo ddln... wherein the relief prayedfor Hectlon Five, Township Seven NE44 E'jb. ot 4W'of. ,MJiJ'ft-.r.U x ,II,, 10 A 7 SO 20 Unknown _.._...___,._ ail X17

Problems of the future. In American when this training affords strength of the fabric in determining July: la 1814 M divorce, otherwise on the a 11th Deere day Pro of South oontalnlnir Rana two: acres Twenty-two more ,or Kant lendThe ,, .A SWW of 8BV4.___--j.U 7 IG 70 J. W, l'ad..lt.4, __ 97.41. .,

agriculture will be Immenselymore ground file farming how long wear can continue rv>nfe.no will l be entered acmlnet you anHeimitivnt. of said. property 5ofSV4fNE''" .A ?
for your failure to appear under the amid certificate laeuedwan "Hli' of HHVi of NW 4 ]*...
easily solved by reason of emergencies arise from before breakdown strength is IT 18 FURTHER OHORKRD that In the name of Mlles Kobln.on, 8 A W of Branch' .A.
the training that thousands of causes, they almost reached. for instance under thin Order b. published once each. Unl..... said certificate shell be redeemed NE'4 of .W,*( .a. NW 44 kr
week for four eoneeentlv weodca In according to law, tax deed of HEU I... a A for 4
farm boys and girls have receivedIn be given more efficient equivalent conditions of simple the Bradford County Telea-raph.. an.w.pap..r will Issue thereon. on the 7th day Deaden Cemetery..If 7 SO 110 H. E. Dtoke*.__.;;_.&130.7"/ }

the 4-H Out) associations mmepfency by reason of the things 4- rubbing wear linen will last very published In Bradford otJ July A D. ltS'. Nmlt, of 8RI4 !lass a A.-.18 7 SO 14 Unknown _____ 11.01 qy
County, T'torMm. Dated this 6th of : IIE'4 of N IS .A 4 ,
..situationswill 22e'I day Jun. A. D SEU *K A
... .develop less :members have learned.Saxon's much longer than cotton because June 6. 1>!4. 1I.t. .. rexItSA-i0 AasVl 7'
I .
It starts with practically double A. I THOMAS. A. J. THOMAS r of KWV1" of HK'4 .A A5, 'j'. 7I

the original strength. Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court.Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court I of HE1. of 5WlA-.____..17 SO 40 3, II.. K.lly-,__..__ 14,11 j
County Bradford County, Florida.NOTICE ,, Beg at a pt .115 ft W of
4Ug6t7T| [ .. -llltI7- NJO Cur of WW of NK'4 .r." ly}
A run W on Ufa line
144 ft. thence 8 J "
alce1" .
HAMPTON mile I tt line of ll llNE
I "'4. thence 13 144 1-3
ft.' thence N H mile to ;
Mlas Ada Nimmo, Cor. Notice In hereby given hat th. followingdescribed land, or no much be*-14 .-6 acre*..__ ._.17 7 20 IS B. L. Croby' : .._, _._.. ''.OSS3
thereof a. will be necessary to pay the amount due for t...... herein e.t NW'4 of NW4\ lea 1 AN'
opposite to the name, toa-other with oust. of curb ...1. end advertl.Inwill *, of ny..... __ ___..17 7 '0'
14 M. P M
HAMPTON FLORIDA lie old tJfr Wgr'.uono.. on the and day of July I 1914, at Stark., NWii, of 8R'i .A-- NV-{, of' the.y_. _.. .If y

Baptist W. M. TI. Meet. the County of 8WW N of Illver.._._.,.17 7 SO 120 Unknown *.-?.__..__ ".at 4d
'The monthly meeting of the T'aa. iOAWolttyinN'4 of '
IlraprlptloaiS'A ,,_. T R
A Oweer A Peat, Lot \
I A all NV\ of Lots
Saturday Baptlsf W. M. TJ. was 'held last of 8W14! and 844 ofAll S, 8...____ .._..___ _...__..18 7 SO to RradterlCounty,' Bank-_ 81 (S y

Wednesday afternoon at the home 61514: '__ __ Lot S-------------------18NK'4 7 80 80 t' N. 14h..w__,__.______
? .111 1* 10 Unknown ...?..._____., ts.so of NE'i. .,_..____... 801
of "Mrs. TA. X. 'Watterson because All of SK" B of Rtv.r.7e 30 ,,1, IV 40 Unknown .___ _. _
: 8ly ]. 4 1* 20 Unknown ___________4_ 4.!.1Rlv..r M W'i .A. """' 1818 5
SE14 of 8 of New ofANNIC: MJ\yot:
of the Omess of Mrs. Donle Ches- NW' of

Sav. ser. Instead of at Mrs. Dur eu's. .a all KKV4 and of N'4 s EV of N 5E'q o? A 8EH N .i'ju .r. ._. .,31 7 SO 180. Unknown-..___ ___4 8841

u.. PLAIN The topic for the month was: Santa F.N'jJ .. 1] 4 1140 Unknown -..--___.__ SSI7 NEVofNE9.xi1/A0. /" ;; '
All 8'4 of A 8% of HK'4 of NK% A NW'i of "
COUPONS "Contributions of Youth to World- NWVi a of Hlver A NK'i' A NEfc of NWV.. ..11 7 SO 144 J. H K lly._,.__.. ___ fall
Mindedness." .A Interesting MW'4" .A Wu or 55': a NBWo NH'4!] .. I A In VIS"or + .
very MEVi of BE! .____1.. _.S4 1 1310 Unknown ..____, ___ U.I < for. e.'haol----..11H'k 7 SO 30 .Unknown 4"._"_ lilt
or enjoyed by all. Special NW" of """
program was NEV .A alt NXVM II of Hlvr I'IM'. a sw4 ot w t '
i on the N< \ __ .___,12 7.0 80 Unknown' ? .
placed _
imphasls were A NHV 1(48 FJl
Nty of "'
NW4 '
rit'tt ; MfC. __ .U. 7 SO 40 Unknown'------
of the "W. 30L :B. jto of M W'4'& N W IA 18 Jt I hj
: SELF responsibility of. W!i--.! .:-- ---.3" 1* S40 Unknown __..____.. 45,7 ..f NWI.L'4.' NK'/: of ;'
? .
foster organizations for the young N'S of 1IW'14! ______ .__.__.'11I II l It /0 W. H. .A M S. Hay_.._. 1013 NWW HW>,. of HWV..2) 7 ,SO leo Unknown.......... ._ 1190
A BW"4' of SW i-_.-.30 lB'i SOD Unknown -__.._..____ lid.7H W.\vi4? HBU 14f 8EIA 4 -
people. .. of SWVtA 84 of 82:%_. 1 'I au lea Unknown __._?_..__?? 1}.00NWW of .. _S3 7 100 5. r... rr.wtltf;;; ;; 11.1
-: 'Duntness of the meet- NW,4 of N 1'. *. NK'i ofNWVi i
In the part N"j( nf NE'4 *"EHHTWVl of .* NVt of .NUV, of : ,r "-',
W. Home "volunteered : .A SK% of NE14 .* ... .
Se..r.ra.rs J. _
Mrs. L
Ing NBC of ME!<'._.* ___ S 7 1* 34. W. :II. A M. 8. Haye.... 10.88 BWV ? .7 SO 100 Unknown :\_--__ 1471
r8WH :
'"'""""'"" Prices this to be counselor for a Sunbeam 8WW of NEH A WM..of BeaID. rhna W of NH Cop 'rp'.,',. H1
on next .A .:'; of 8W 4 A of Heo It .Arun W 41Syd .. _.
Band that la to be organized :.. ,'.
24 Lbs. FW14 of BlC! %.,-------- I 7 1* 1&8 ITnkaown ____.._.____._ 411.'" *. 8 113 1.1 yd., H Ssyd \1d\ ,\
$1.19 none Friday at 4:00: p.m. at the church. R4! of I'IE14.----1 7 I* 10 Oeneva Harrell-----_ It.IS *..Jo 111 1-1 'de to
Good Until"June Delicious refreshments of sandwiches NKU ....f NK'4' ______ I 7 11 .0.1. V, Edward. ..._____ 16.111 bei A.. .....SSNWy. 7 20 10 Dank otAtark._._';';"_". .4Tt i
8J2'4! 'ot NE',. A Z% of of 8WU e. 81C.i of '
and tea were served by the ._ S 7 1* ISO H.C.Ed.ard.4_ 44.71 8E'. ..__-_.____ __..____.14 7 100 Unknown ..__ .__,, 1848
Those were Mrs. 534Ml"t -------a---E. of NWA.. ... E of BW'4. -31 7 10 .
SEA PLANE SELF RISING hostess present 140 T. U pyal.: ,:: .._.,,.., '71." ,
Lillian Lauree Han. )In. Same 9W'4 ._. __ _______ S 7 1* ItO Unknown __-___.._-_ 11.10 N34ofNEgleuIAinN .,.'--. ; >..
FLOUR E," of JCW'4 A NEXJ of NH Cor: ,-.. .14ST T :10/ 78 T, u..1 Dral ____ ?'
._ __________Pounds Wins HaD Mrs Emma Cribbs SW'4 A HWV. of Hiff%->..10WH 7 1* ue Unknown ___. ...__, -.-_ 1310 ',' A. Nttrof uNW',. A l ,:Y"'""t 1441. .",

Mrs. Mamie H. Meade, Mrs.,W. A. of NWU of JiE' l-....:1 r, ;..... li.n .\.\'\

Maxwell S. V. Mrs. Elvie NE'l of NE% A .EH of "I':*. ,
:Mrs James. ... .
Meade .ae. II
House COFFEEPound .KH John
NWV.\ of NE'... ... .11 7 It 60 Mra. But Harrell34.31 1Z2 Grrftli.ar.' .0.-v? 41.tt rt''
Smith Mrs. Mary Dyal, Mrs: Ver- W14 of NW'9'Ii JWU\ of N"%" o8K14 0' _\' 4 SI 30. Mre. lieiter. Ifayp....._* ...n f,1.
Mrs. S-\VV. ot SB* .A Ail K'4 ,.f NWIt 6f NW 4 ""1""
Blade Mrs. A. L. Johnson '
Prince Albert TOBACCO Per Can 1 non \ MFI: (,_._'-,-.- -ll 7 1* S40 4*.SI I' A W of Public road.IOAaSVofNEf_ ", .. '
__ J. P. Sullivan Mrs: Jessie Wilson NE/.4ot NK'I-..,,----...--.il 7 }. .0.1. U nMatthews.------- J .8J! .. !. ;,i.
Mrs R. f. Dye Mrs. Robert Nth of .B:>"4 N" of .. ..._ 1 7, If 40 Unknown ___.__-...- ail NW'L', 'A 1 A In : 'P h' 'I. .
LARD !: off of NW\ Nt.U II U If '1'. L. Monk..," 'I 11.11 r ,
Bulk ____.____ _____Pound Brown. Mrs. J. W. Home, and Mrs. NV.NW14 of A NyeA'SE. \%-.f7 It 14 o Unknown --.--..??,+ S3.SOII NK'4' of ;;tm'A' 4>f I II 10. ;,Horsce Nornaall'l'- '__ ,.... :I':1 I
.. __ 6 10 40 H L. .._ I4VM4 nf 8&14 e* 10 A nn : ;: ., '
M. L. Watterson. liE' o NW....- lt Johne-... __ .011 ilde ,
ARGO The next meeting will be held NEft.!! of NE'2_-..______ 1 4 .e 40 Unknown _._...._?__.., 4,00IAInNWCorofl'4of M A 0K14 fof aw'4.... 0 II tr Dr." .It""h.. ..*.....- a .I'.IT 'i
STARCH____________ NE44 $194a.-------.t' $ I II 40 n. C; 4'on.ii-aLaJ': 11..'
with. Grandma Durden, with Mrs.J. ItIE of _. .. ... tl 6 II S/
of BW' y of ruad. : ---- fl. Tr._ 1I.fe '1NW
MW"4 40Y.i "" __ .
TALL V.. Jones as substitute If there I and W tit road.4 1 !I" SO i P. W, Kelley_______ 1.ttSO of NW'i\ A WU Also, of ( : Y.
Can > .
MILK _____________.. W IJ A of NW.f, WWH W"4 of NW 4. : ,'r
should be a change. A W 7 A of 1'11, of BWVJ com at HW tar "f NWVi ..N,. < r. 1
of NWVi ______.-..__- 1 4 SON'4 )(1'.. W. E. Tarboroush. '7.It ofMW4arunEchn.a .' .
.Ike thence N '
MILK -3 For 4 40 '
Baby Can__________ Locals HEii of NK'4' A EV4 of decree 13 SO chn. .' Rev. Denems, pastor of the Mel- Mr4ANWS4of HKT4: A thence W rhn thence .. !'.
>> of awt! "1 woola H to b"ar-lt d. Also1WyAofnSWW '
MATCHES__--____-__2 Packages rose Baptist Church will preach at I A In BE ('or.for Cor of u .
here next $un- 4 A for road. .._-- 4 10 171 R. 1". M.rritt.-,__. least ______...11 f SI '19 M. "
the Baptist Church Y'f. bltt.n.---- 9! ,71AIINE''ylofriv.r&NE
8U of IIW"! of BBVi\ .._ I 4 .0 10 Frank Htelner._..____ '.1' \
SALT_-Three 5c Packages day morning and evening.Mr. NK'4 I.... ro,.d.. .....__..11 JO lit Frank Stener17.01 ,< \ '
of MK: except about 4
El!: of liE'" e of pub- "' *
Blrt Hinson are the AH *
: and Mrs. tin road ...... _-_*___'11 1 too W. T. Tern.r8 .______ 1. M A for church' A. reme- ,

VINEGAR Bulk__ _..____Gallon ,happy parents of a seven pounddaughter % of .WV4"'*....-.__..._.... 1 fe0 W- Turner.,. .,_______ 21.61MW'4 of cry Branch A UK'A'A of W'," : 1 D' .i

who arrived June 11.I of NW%S .A all JIWW\ HB14 .A NEW of IIW\4..U? I SI 151 w. M. Whlttenw-..-__ :77.St t I
) I Rev. V. M. Taylor pastor of the of road NW'I.... .0.4Jrl. of I' NWIIo: of HPJ.....____.._-__U I II 40 J. A. Hullln.-.worth....... ..... !i

Graham Baptist Church, filled his way _.______--- ,' 200 Frank Htelner_______ 1114 'NW5.ot NES, A NE54 of .,.
PEACHES. Beat Grade _.:.____....__tio. 2Y* Can 'regular last Sunday. -1I 4, .SOSO 40 Mra Mary' K. Turner... 11.00 NW'4 .---Z-----------./6 I SI 10 Drew Re.wl.h_.; __ 14.16 t
appointment :E'4"l'$'tvWJJirw4; 8E'4 of ..__It SI 40 Unknown ________ 111

Clabber Girl BAKING POWDER____3 For I Hampton Public School will ENw'%.of 8W1.o AW._ltl4 A__U 6 .O 5. C.Crewu---_____ 11." sS4..A of In 1'1141' .NW of 1II1e\06 Cor\ I...for 1 ,rjjj.!...

open July 9. All eligible pupils of W S4 of 44 1E44..e..14 207 Frank Btelner.-.w.___ ..... church .a 1'11{{ o. 514 ot .,' I/o'/ '. "\1.!

Good BROOMS_________________________Ea4rh asked to be present. A. goodly NE'4 of NK' ex S A In KB 8P Nut'
number of patrons are asked to be Cor .A NWV o4 NEVi .. aW\4 ot 811\4;\ _________ 1 8 110 It. A.. Dew '3
__ 11.1'
good 5-String. 50e BROOMS. .________---Farb' '. with the 1 A In am <:o"----U, 10 74 >!. A. A Mabel ..PP.__ iT.H _., !Ji:;
: and
present, co-operate. save of SW '4________.___ 2 8 St 40 Unknown___.____ II...
teachers NW'4 ot Nf SU .aNWy. EV of NVol, .WVVWL ... ______ ._______ 3 8 St III Unknown _..___ .....

TOMATOES___________________--_3 No. 2 Cans I .''At 8:00: o'clock:! June 28,"at theConclusion .,n"w. A.V.8W1ao.. ..' 8W V.""I' .. 1 so* ItO 1U Unknown Unknown _-_-_..__--__--__-4 1710N'Ii .00Ni W' of"f IfW I'll' !: __._..__.E'it..__cof.__ a 8 St 10 Unknown _.._____ ...... "
:: .. '. 30SO 10 J. W Tuwnend____ ....
Of N .
... ._ 4
2 Lb. Can of the .regular prayer BE1 "tf.-- 1 40 Unknown __ ...___ ',"0 % u.- 8 SI 148 M. C Roller._____ 40.15.
Mother's k
COCOA_____________________ gEUo' > NK of NE'\v'' 'NWi' of
service at the First Baptist All lx,to 11? NWl of HP;" w
., It i 2. 140 Ray law Mill Co_____. 17,40 4 : ..W 4
River .. CJI-! :
< -
: all A a UK I .
LYE________!._____________ :...__ :.:..__.:.._.-Z Canai I Church of Hampton X'j ,
: ..
Invited All HJ4 M of River/ e B-4 Of SEH\ -_ ._.__ .. 4 6 St S40 Unknown ___.._____ ..... i
the Baptist Church are of "!:% _____.._____.41 2. SIO Ray Saw Mill Co.____. 47 Itr NW of HE" of !
Tone's Sweet PICKLES ________24-Q.!. Jar to an annual church conference.H. 1\IPJ'4\ of NsW"\ of NK'4' .A NEEi4 of :.VW 4A
JH':", .. N'4 0' aw%, z '/ NW> ..
B., Wiggins and family r* ,e ____ 4HWW
of JU..r-.. _--.n 6 /A Unknown 157sESI a'NWys
fr1.i. PITLES____.._______________-Quart 'Jar' I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo of IIW..... ____...11 2" .0 T. B. Edward.-.-1 11.40 : vf ( of Cli ARM ( 8 2410 Unknown .
.. ___
ICI'Ht--- __ tilt
Wiggins of RaIford last Sunday NV of STW\* of .Z'4U I, 2.. 70 :Hannah' WIIIIameL6Y 4 5w of : "BEii'"of' 'f

MIWTARD .. __ ...________.:.,,_,_______Quart Jar awl of ME'" .A BWti of 1'1' ,. .A NWV of KE t., 5 1 SI 120 H.,J. KoMIn*.__,, 17.SS
afternoon. -
NW*, .A NW of SW5.' A SI:', .t.. NE\oo\ .a En otMWt,4
NW of HKV ___-.27 $ 2100 Farmers. A Dealer, Bank370 .a HE\4\ ,_* .. ._h.__ 8 SI 110 Unknown ___ __ 47., ,
l EXTRA SPECIAL versity 8E% of NWi4 ex IA la *W'4 "fAll / +
I' The of Padua,. Italy, NE Cur. for rnareh.._..-1 12* 3B. J. A J. 0. Klley. .... 11.10 .W( OW----------- 7 II 8. Unknown _______, IJ."

3-Oz.: : Jar of Jelly.; _15c 35-Oau Jar of Preserves 22e'I recently celebrated Its seventh JfWo"I NW"u" o. Nit"'" A 1'1" e9 Frank "t.ln.r..._.___ .,.____ __.__ .__.. . 8 St 844 Unknown -...-,__..111.14"f /

I hundred, anniversary. 0' 5l4 1 ,.. ,.n U { f0 111 Unk q,.." -.. 1191 ((.'..tt._. .. .... 0.7 '

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f 4I1 t.. Give Throat Same Care As Your Face If You City A service is equipped station to near refuel New planes York,

I Woulcl( Appear Lovely and Young LookingCream and ground its can signs be, read painted with on ease the at, wret4

\'f3ti ._ '-' an altitude of 2,000 feet i; 7 "

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and Important
Tonic Two ,
Z Many of the world's flne t'va-''
Aids to an At- rietles of dates grow In Arizona

,), ". tractive ThroatBy I
Miss Adkins EntertainedAt "Measuring Party"A L":"VII) TO ELL NIMOH8 LANK

JacksonvilleIn Successful AffairMrs. ELIZABETH CROCKER IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDdlS. A Small
Director, National Bnanty Inttilutt Stat of Florida Bradford County Change
honor of Miss Loin Adkins of T. J. Griffin and sister, g1Y'r In K. Ciitat o( Gloria John. Minor.:
Starke. who la the guest of her Mrs. N. T. Rltch, were co-hostesses ALL too often women are so busy e Notice, ,Im hereby given to all Saved Fall Rit'erTh
whom It that
concern Thelma
aunt Mrs. Emma Carlton In her Friday afternoon when the Worn taking care of their face that Kll.abeth may John, us Uuartllan, of Olorla .. :wan an, Fell p'_
home, 17 West Tenth Street, Miss an's Missionary Society of the they forget all about their necks I H, )? "'11 / Johns, mlnor,_ will,, on the, lint 1'1.11..1' Irl......... hn a,,'"-"nr'' 'ih'..
t Helen Barnes entertained Monday Methodist Church gave a "raeasur and what shall it avail 'you a t ./... A. '. riMY of July, A D. 19J4, apply to the ew I I...nu..,ehe pili.. e'he raupy'tJ.c'j i II,
Honorable I C3. K County
S" t +IMrttti Perryman .r.l .nepemma .
3 evening In the home of Mrs. Carlton ing party" far the benefit of the smooth soft-shinned! face when ; '. Judge In and for Raid County, at :his shy ..ii.. d.roeltu'hn..a,4... hn 'h.......,.n
The rooms of the Carlton local work. our? tell-tale throat Is not a continuation { j office In Btarke, In aid County, at from a.....,,_ eln|l... h..*..1., ...?,.
,d but a contradiction of 10 o'clock A. M, or a. noon thereafter lintel,.lib. till ......... ?....?.
home were opened en suite and The Invitations read "For every t"1rl! 1 'f an the matter can b. heard for a n.uli.*<_' o,I Ii:!
y'' decorated, with quantities of by- two Inches :you are In height, dropIn that flawless complexion T Cleansing :. fi ty authority to Hell, at private Bale, the .1".'',-pound I.H.I'MIIWOII..I.,.'h.a.en ...
nourishing, protecting 'your interest of the aforesaid minor In a/r.,........... r5'511
4 drangeas In orchid and blue the a penny-'twill be just right the followlnK-dencrlbed/ real estate,
orchid and blue. motif being used and as the guests arrived tbo mon- throat are every bIt.. Important (ittllrf'ft'flt:/ In Raid County, to-witt reek .""JO.'"... "b.lr ur ....-t...
throughout.The ey was received In a silver basket u the beauty care of your face The Went half of the Soul beautquarter ht.1k..l..t. en I.....Iim.., I......"...........
Bleaching after winter furs; after of the Northeast quarter of ,... ,...... ....'n.d.r an,.
young: people enjoyed danel by little Mine Betty Jo Sewell. Receiving t..J{Y".12t "Section' S3, Township, 4 South, Range Se "
tag and a number of games during with the hostesses were summer sunburn: softening and soothing all the time-that's an unbreakable 1'l: more or lees,
Mrs. W. E. ;
l the evening and later a delicious Mlddleton president of; : Which application will be based
{+, refreshment course was served the society; Mrs. A. W. Anderson, rule for a lovely throat. 1: upon the petition for sale. now on HAROLD C. WALl

Miss Barnes was assisted In entertaining leader of Circle No. 2, and Mrs. W, A good nourishing or tissue file Dated In said June Court 20th., A t). 1934
cream and plenty of,tonic are two INSURANCE i iSTAKKE.
and serving by her O. Halle chairman of arrange- THELMA ELIZABETH JOHNS,
mother Mrs. Leona Barnes. ments. The rooms of the lower of the most Important beauty-aids t-22fit7'20| | Guardian, FLOMD\
you can get for keeping your throat ';). --
Enjoying the evening's affair floor of thin lovely home were .. L- -
and lovely. At Par-
N, were Mrs. Susie Andrews, Misses thrown ensulte and decorated with young-looking /
fumerte Melba, where they main.
Lois Adkins Elizabeth Brogden, roses, zinnias, daisies and other I IU
Lain well-staffed laboratory to ,
Elizabeth Secord, Dorothy Kocatcr. summer flowers arranged in baskets ,.rw ajll FLOURPlain
their patrons and efficacious jll l III IMIS (
Hazel Rouse Cora Fillingham, and bowls. ensure pure I iii'' "" a V a
cosmetics, they stress par
WHhemlna Willis and Ruth Arnow: A display, that caused much 1
s ticularly the rare of the throat as
s and Alga Kennedy Howard Klick- amusement was "Starke's AncIent or,Self Rising
most important for the woman over
er, Carlton Arnow, Roy Secord, Art Gallery," 'a collection of old, thirty. That's when one or the

Ralph MOBS, E. J. Tanker and Lee photographs of local people. The I er of the bugbears begins: to oth.1 6Lt>H. 12 Lhsr 241J> 48 Lbl.IAa .
Wilkinson._Times-Union. guests were invited to look the,Collection an appearance. If you're the Attention to her throat Is a regular part of Jean Harlow's beauty routine
_.__ -_ ______ over'and guess the ",
nmn nluJte" "who runs to flesh"-as If any wo that It Is pure and wholesome the as It looks!), using plenty of as- 48c 93c
of the Miss $1.83
League Members persona. Amelia Ray AUlfS27c
the number man would run toward illthat'swhen / output of a ..wholly reliable firm. tringent to tighten lagging muscles
..Enjoy Waldo ,Meeting guessed and was largest given as a prize correctly apIece the dreaded double chin and Then let ;your hungry throat feed I remembering to hold her head erect I HE REECONOMYLUCKY

The Waklo Epworth League entertained of colorful Dutch tapestry heavy jowls start their onslaught. slowly all rough the night on soft, and training It to keep the position
,' And<<\ If you're tbln. then you'll waken
the Hawthorne, Melrose In a poetical content, :Mrs L. O. morning to the realization nourishing cream or wrinkle cream; that keeps chins from being added STRIKE, CAMEL CHESTERFIELD or OLD GOLD
and Starke some let the rich ingredients smooths are some of the simplest rules to
Epworth League members Powell wrote the best ending for
that a scrawny-looking neck ,,,1s
( last Thursday evening at 'the each verse and was given a box of something very, very unattractive out lines and fill in unwanted hollows. observe CIGARETTES PerCtn. $1.15DIXIE

Y Methodist Church In Waldo. colored blocks., and you want to do something very., Remember, too. tat! a 'muscle Charts for massage and exercise

?( An interesting meeting waa held :Miss Mona Alderman charmedher very. soon about Itl! oil slightly warmud will pene- are now obtainable through so CRYSTAL .
's at which time Starke won for the audience with two piano::Cumbers Lady Too-Thin will 'want extra rate, tben protect and finally prettify many of the reliable beauty-product

h third time the attendance banner, "Prelude" and "Pali' hinelle" supplies of nourishing cream to prevent especially when applied before manufacturers that you can easily SUGAR Founds 23c
ik given for the league having the by Rachmaninoff after. which and remedy. such a beauty catastrophe -using the wrinkle cream. work out what Is needed in your

Pl largest membership present at Man Marjorie Stump gave the After ;your skin has been Of course ,Lady, Too-Fat needs particular case.And we cannot say
z t these meetings. highly amusing reading -"Prfiiitlca thoroughly'cleansed pat In a generous -other methods.. Massage by stroking too firmly that patience and care WINNER

Nineteen members and three Baby" Mrs. L. O.. Powell,read. n umouDt of your favorite tissue not too ,gently with back of will reap beauty rewards, the tort
% visitors attended from Starke, and her usual lovely manner a gem':ol. cream; of course, being certain ,hand her chins,(sounds, Just a. bad ,that every. woman desires. GRITS Pounds He
; the young folks were accompaniedto literature entitled "Tomorrow. I -, .
: Waldo by their pastor,,Rev. B. At the close of the afternoon the 'r Vlatzat-Alvarez Nuptials table from which punch and cake I Starke Eastern Star FINEST SHORTENING'ILb..Ctn. 4-Lb. Ctn. 8-Lb.('tn.
134. Montgomery. .*| refreshment: committee served a I j
served to the
were guests.ZIr
BH ___ __BBBM_ B H tempting. sandwich course. In spite Solemnized Sunday and: Mrs: Matzat left lait :Met Monday ''Night COMPOUND 8c 32c 59c

tr.f of torrents of rain fifty-four per- The following Item taken from evening by"rnotor for their wed- I The regular meeting of the

sona attended this pleasant affair Monday's issue of the Times-Union ding trip, a visit! to Chicago and Starke Chapter, Order of Eastern -
f l'RITZ THEATRE and $19.00 was added to the, 'so- will be, of Interest to Starke the World's FairUpon their return Star, was hed! at the chapter room

ciety'll treasury. frIends: they will be at home on.College Monday evening, with the worthy, ,, WHITE HOUSE Fancy Blue Rose

4y { STAKKID. FLORIDA -.- Miss Irene- Valentine Alvarez. Street., matron Mrs. Lorena Epperson,
d CrosbySappThe daughter of !!r. and :Mrs. Walter A. A number of out-of-town friends presiding. GKVINRICE
; PROGRAMBEGINNING attended the wedding. Mr. and The regular routine of business
marriage of Miss Essie Sappof Alvarez, became the bride of Raymond '
'I JUNE 23 New River to Oacar Crosby of J. Matzat, son of,, Mr. and Mrs Bill Brinson, who were attendants matters was attended, to and following -

1 : FRIDAY .JUNE 22 Starke" was solemnized Sundey Mrs. A. Matzat\ at 4:00: o'clock are from Savannah, Ga. this meeting a social hour
June ] Rev. C. C. Sunday afternoon, June 17,. in 'a was enjoyed when a musical pro- 3 Tall
evening, ,7, by Woodmen Circle follows Cans 17c 5 Pounds 22c
t "This Man' Is Mine"Ireine To Observe gram was presented as :
I Butler at his home at Long Bridge. beautiful ceremony: performed
'' I Dunne;, Ralph Bellamy Mrs. Crosby Is a graduate of Woodlawn Baptist Church, by the Grove's BirthdayOn Miss Evelyn Stump delighted the
guests with two vocal solo numbers -
Bradford High School and is pop Rev. B. F. Green pastor, a large HEINZ Delicious Oven
< SATURDAY, JUNE 2S number of relatives and friends being Tuesday evening, June 23, the "Let Me Have My Dreams"
ular with a wide circle of friends. BAKED BEANS 3 16-oz. Cana 25c
Starke Grove; Woodmen Circle, (Akat and "Masquerade" (Loeb),
\' "Man Trailer"BUCK Mr. Crosby Is engaged In farmIng present' will observe'the"fifth birthday anniversary accompanied by her sister. Miss '
... In the Rising section,where.'' be, The altar was banked with palms of the grove, and the Marjorie Stump; Mies Mona Al- HEINZ Home Style (All Kind Except Clam Chowder)

1 I JONES and his bride will reside. and ferns, forming a backgrouqd fourth birthday,anniversary of the derman gave ,as. a, piano solo, 'SOUPS', Cans''' 25c

f'rRI'nJ. :, I SUNDAY and MONDAY fc.r many beautiful flowers, and Orphan's Home In Sherman, Texas, "Fontasie, Improptu" (Chopin);
Baptist W M. S. MeetsThe flanked by tall floor standards HEINZ PURE TOMATOKETCHUP
with elaborate Miss Marjorie Stump two
>. JUNK 24-25 i an program to be gave
"Melody In Spring" business and program meetIng holding similar flowers were placerto held at the,Masonic Hall. clever readings "Stayln torChurch" Large Bottle 19c
y advantage about'the chancel.. "
and and also
of the Baptist W. M. S. was A short business meeting will be "Spot-Cash
Charlie Boggle" Mary Roland, The pianist played a short program offered two popular piano selec- HEINZ DELICIOUS
l r I held at the church, Monday after- held when the Junior graduation
} canny IloM. Ann SothernTUESDAY noon, with the president Mrsv :A. ; of appropriate nuptial music exercises will take place, and the tions. RICE FLAKES 2 Packages 23c
prior to the entrance of the wed-
1\%. Darby, presiding during a short will have their e
and WEDNESDAYJUNE :: grove guests for
ding party and Miss Mary Louise :MI.4MITOEUROFEMIAMI HEINZ PURETomato
devotional and business session. I this meeting Mrs. Ella Rimes
t .n "
Frazee' sang "To You and "I I A air
: '"Sisters Under The The program for the afternoon Love You Truly. The'! .'BrldalChorus" Strickland of Lake Butler who organized route regular from pasaen- Juice ,,,2 Med. Size Cans 15c
goservice Europe
: was in charge of Circle No. 3 with i the Starke grove: Mrs
from "Lohengrin" (Wag- the South Atlantic described
was -
i Skin" the leader Mrs. E. W. Hayes, and Irma Carrie of Gainesville, district
aer), was used as the processional, as "most, practical" 'by
:Mrs. J. M.Brownlee taking part. president, and -Miss
Myrtle Ollis
ELISSA LANDI and Mendelssohn' "Wedding A. Dismore of
Sidney secretary
l Crump state Fresh Fruit
of'Tampa, and
March, was played as the recailonal. managerof the Imperial Airways of England. VegetablesORANGES
1 THURSDAY and FRIDAY Brazil exports about $10,000,000 the Woodmen Circle.
JUNE 28-29 worth of fruit annually and this All members of the Completing a roun the world trip
Entering by the two long aisles, grove are Dismore arrived here by commercial -
\ Industry is the second largest In to be I
Of Heart"Janet urged present for this
"Change the matron of honor Mrs. Bill meetIng air liner from Panama after Dozen 25c

.Gaynor Charles Farrell the country Hrlnaon, and the groomsman BUI the at 8:00: o'clock'and all membersof !completing a boat trip to the Canal Fresh PEACHES Pound 5c
Ginger Roger, James Dunn Starke'Camp\Voodmen of Zone from Australia., He
Forests cover more than half ofJapan Brlnson came In first. The maidof expects -
I proper. (| II honor. Miss.,Gladys Webb followed the World, are'rnvlted to be pres- to make a study of American IRISH POTATTOES 10 Pounds 21c
ent at 9:00 p.m.for the social pe- air lines
-- the matron of honor,' and sailing from '
& I preceded the bride who entered riod. Montreal for home. BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c

1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS with her brother, Sydney Alvarez, .- .---, LETTUCE Head tOe
c; <: who gave her In mar.rlage. They
tp : uur many Year Experience Make It Possible for Us to Rfonder'l were met at the, altar by Mr. Mat- r Stalk 15c

"' EFFICIENT.' PROMPT and,COURTEOUS SERVICED VJ'tIoIIW1' '' lat and his best man, ,Leland i + Do> You Know? + Fresh BLUEBERRIES Quart 15c

d >) MODERATE PRICES!: ?_ Dukes. > i rye, Fresh
'''DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY .P'1i1Zb!! The impressive! ring service'Afth -5- R OKRA. Quart tOe

STARKE. FLORIDA +ni .Baptist ritual was used by Mr. J RHUBARB Pound tOe

I Green in performing the ceremony. :iii I .
i Mrs. Brlnson's gown was> of IONA BRANDTOMATOES
Eleanor blue lace over the same

shade and was fashioned with "{ 2 No.,2 Cans 15c

''IIIMIMMIII'' graceful bodice; 'and skirt In clingIng [ 7 \ .
9111 lines to the knees where It c ; IONA DR.%ND TENDER.GREEN

flared Into floor-length.. She ; > PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 27c

wore blue accesorlea, and a match- 3ItI

Ing blue close-fitting turban, trim- Fleischmann's. YEAST Cake 3c
med with tulle In the same tone.

Her flowers were an .a.rm.Uouque ,t Palmolive
of pink rose buds Soap 3 Bars 14c

]1IIa8Vebb was costumed In pink ENCORE-Prepared( With Cheese and Tomato Sauce

chiffon In a atunnlng,lnodel. with SPAGHETTI 2 Tall Cans 15c
lace let in the long'sleeves to the

J X' wrIst. The skirt fitted.snugly at .
the hips flared Into ft. full hem line
Delicious, Assorted FlavorsCOMPOUND Pudding
Delirious Chocolate
end touched the floor !all around

.. Her turban, in harmontetng 'shade Gelatin DessertSPARKLE

of pink was fitted;tp the. head, and
1th trimmed In a simulated veil of
matching tulle. Her accessories JAM
-+ Immaculate womanhood la
young were pink and she carried an arm.
I finds in Mavis Talcum Powder ex- bouquet of pink rosebuds. I +T V. k 43-Oz. Jar. ,,31cI I 6 Packages 25c
The bride, a beautiful brunette., ,
a'"n tly the deliciously cool comfort was lovely In her Ivo -toned angel .

and silken smoothness which is in- skin lace gown* mtldeled|on princess GRANDMOTHER'S
lines, and fashioned with long Fresh Plain or Sliced 14-0. 111-0:1.: 24.01-

..dispensable for a well kept body. sleeves to her finger Her skirt
J t was floor length and< most gracefully BREAD 6c 8c lOc
iDaintily fragrant impalpably fine, it draped. Her hat was close-

"'deodorizes' and absorbs perspiration I fitted and off-the-face and madeof RAJAH pn Quart
white braid and straw. She carried -

l, ,as it soothes. Mavis guards against i and fern.en arm. bouquet of calla. lilies SALAD DRESSING 13c 23c

i w, summer heat. Mr. Walter A. Alvarez, mother
of the bride, was gowned In a rose '1
.,.:' UnMatii TaUum ALL OVER/roar ibtthonUn 25; 501 lace with which she wore coaching COFFEE PerPound d 19c

i > itituit Mau'i Fat Powder/ ,.. $}* accessories, and a ,cbnage. of pink .N.btga're..a. N..... Lti

nl 1'*,. and Throat. \ too ; flpoes. y THAT thti lint of the, swallow family to arrive north end the l last te, MANDY: Unbolted WINNER Bolted
I .."! following the wedding ceremony \\JL depart south Is the tree swallow whose, picture appears above? This
an informal,reception was held In 'la a most particular' bird. It lines Its nest with feather* and has.10, CORN MEAL 5 Pounds
TALCUM the home of the bride's parents. decided a liking for white feathers that It has boon known to fly long jc
jAA\/IS : Flower arrangements beautifiedthe .distances lit search of whit feather* rather than. use,those of ether
rooms,, and the bride's cake Jeolor* that were close at hand. Th. tree swallow Is hardy and cesa_ft. '

POWDER centered me beautifully decorated .[,C.ntralA..rlc.It le found_ as far. -north. as Alaska and the. Yukon_,-anf a*-far*south a.. THE GREAT ATLANTIC &'PACIFIC TEA COMPANM[

': 4a %,ft S4't' a 4\ a t h:1 n drr''Vb' ;, Vin

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a Billy three Parker weeks'has visit returned in Arcadia from NAT SEZ r J
with relative Billy will leave I Gum Branch ..1 DOUBLE RUN ,
next week J for ,Macon, Ga., and j, I' ,' \, e,
of It's ft great life it' jfou don'tweaken I' ZllaabetA Uanmgn Oaav Ml.. p:.c. BrwC '
,,<, from there will be transferred to Some of us weaken veryeaslly''Wbtler'others !
the Navy department, at Hampton go along and ."*' *'- ..... ... }Ii"'lIiIonJohM 1 4c&r&z*
Roads, Va., where he will do ,,
prep- make the beat Mrs W. R. ,Kersey and Mrs. E. \\
LaCa1l evig atory work for Annapolis.Mr. of It. Statistics E. and J. Jerry "Willie Florida. ?' '
Yarbrough son A. were .,Wilson and Miss Starke, yv
I show that | the dinner of Mrs H. Keene : "
and Mrs'J."a Hundley and are going to live s and Mae Johns both of this section To the Editor, (M"I
family Sunday
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND ; two daughters, Misses Mildred and until we die so' were quietly married Saturday, Dear Sir! .,.'

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Rivers, have moved out to the: what's the useof guest Miss of Audrey her sister McRae, Mra. T,was N. Nor-the June 16. by the Rev L. D. Phillips The time for the opening. of the .'' !

I State Farm where Mr. Hundley kicking. Ai man, Sunday. of Lawtey. They are making their Century, of Progress Exposition ladrawing .
has employment. The Hundley few days ago It, home in thiN section. Ther many .
Miss Helen Norman and many neW' at- >
the near
home near Starke has ,been purchased was !cloudy And, was friends hope them much happiness. ; '
L-- r by Edwin Prevatt who with raining down guest of :Miss Bonnie Woodles Sunday tractions will be offered the public \ J

!.Irs. Albert i Keene spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree of his family are residing th ,re. bull frogs, butf.1 __ Locals not the least of which will be the" "v,
Gainesville. Jacksonville were here Mrs. Enoch Kelly and children Jack- Seventh Day Adventist exhibit in :
m Sunday now the. sun-," r Joe Bryan wa a visitor In
visiting Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. Nat Sternoerg ana: daughter, shining again.Of I pent the :week-end with her pal'- 'sonville last week the commodious Hall of Religion. ''Jij t

Mrs. George B. Flynn spent and Mrs. Q H. Bennett. Miss Lillian,,spent Sunday at Day- course the cuts, Mr. and Mra. J. D.Reddish. i Lunnas Jarvis of Pahokee was where a score of denominations) 'iffif r

Tuesday la Jacksonville. tona Beach with Dr.' Samuel Stern- sun Is so hot that the corn Is burn- Miss Gladys Keene wall the dinner the guest of Mr. and Mrs O L. and quast-rellgtous groups will

Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake Buter berg who has recently opened up Ing up but we've got to> weather it guest of, Miss Mary Reddish ,Brown Thursday. stage their dlnplaya. t'

and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent was in Starke the latter part of dental offices there. They were whether or not. A few days agoI Sunday. Freda Brnntley was visiting her Attendants will be on baud Inour \

Wednesday col In. Jacksonville. the week visiting: her parents, Mr. accompanied home by Miss Peggie went out and bought a big sup- Mra. W. R. Kersey and Mrs. E. mother, Mrs. O. L. Brown, last booth at all times when the
and Mrs. W. H. Green. Turnbull of that! city who Is enjoying ply of toothpicks, getting ready to E. Yarbrough and son. A. 'J.. were week. grounds are open, to explain our
a visit here with Miss eat some corn on the cob but it the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. A. work and beliefs In the form of
Mrs Hulda 6orpenmg was a Col. and Mrs. H. V. and Sternberg. looks now like I may have to use Harnage Sunday afternoon. Lola Judd Spent the week with lecturettrs and to answer ques- i
| visitor! to Gainesville Monday. them for wood this Fall. her' \sister, Mrs Millie Simmons of invitation has come to
I children, Mrs.D. E. Knight and son, kindling Miss Neta Bell spent the weekend tions. An
of Gainesville was I Paul, spent last week at the Epperson Judge Mary A. Kenn .rly of Pa- Getting back to the main partof with Miss Mary ReddlahEld. Starke. un from representative of the exposition .
Dick Stanley here Friday. I cottage at Kingsley Lake. latka la spending a few weeks at my sermon, le's read,on,; i;. fr. Anderson was the Olbert Brown Wall the guest or'A. to "go on the air" regu- ,
I business visitor the Starke Hotel. Judge Kennerlyhas Hanes Underwear guest of,IT. H.:Keene Saturday. T and Paul Andrews Friday. I larly, under their auspices, to tell WJ'

Colson of Brocket was a Judge A. Z.Adkins.State's; At-' the distinction of being one of There :will be Sunday School atthe night and Saturday our: dory to the-country.- mjAny ,
I Resale Monday afternoon. I,tqrny A. S. Crews and Court Reporter the few practicing women attor- FOR MEN x r4 homa of Mr. and Mrs. T. N Fred Bryan of Olustee wan, visiting of your readers who may [{:
| visitor here J., L., Peek are attending neys in Florida and has also served SHIRTS OJt SHORTS Norman every Sunday afternoon. his parents, Mr. and Mrs L. attend the Fair thla I summer. 1 1
as county judge of Putnam County. 35c Bryan, last week-end. to this Interest t
of Lake Butler was court at Lake Butler this Everybody welcome to attend. should not fall see
W Mann .
M She is at present engaged in the There will be prayer meeting at Mra. Ed Griffin' of New. River I ing exhibit.

-. business-,--- visitor here Saturday. Mrs. Frazier Shaw and two children state auditing department. LADIES' SLIPS the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, R. was the Sunday afternoon guests I F. J. PATTEE. li liVery

Adams Dicks of I and Wllma'Shaw of Mrs A- 'I ,MADE OF $UP SATIN Woodles Friday night. of her sinter, Mra. O. L. Kersey. I truly yours I :
Mrs. Mary Miss and ? Z. Adkins '
Cut: Right _.__.______c ___ .' 11 I
Hampton was a visitor here Monday Mrs. Carrie Shaw of Ralford were who has been a patient at St. Vin itI'"

visitors here Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. cent's Hospital Jacksonville for 98c '

.'." "'.... the past three weeks convalescingfrom
Bill Doyle of Green Cove Springs J. W. White returned Friday an operation, will be Interested Children'sVear

I was a visitor here Monday after- from Tallahassee where she to know that she has been removed CUTE LITTLE DRESSES:

I soon visited her son and daughter-in- to the home of her sister, AND SUN SUITS SUGAR TO

law, Mr. and Mrs. George C. White. Mrs. John Love Wilkes, In Powell 98c Th1
Miss Rosalind! Jacobs la enjoying Place, and will probably be broughtto

a visit at Daytona Beach with Dr. and Mrs O. i*. Liking and her home here the latter part BATH TOWELS

Wends.I Orion Llklns', Jr, of Atlantic of this week. )
Size 30x40
5 Ibs. f
Beach are guests of Mrs. James L. 23c
and Paul GOOD %EIGHT
V. Knight
I Mrs..H. F.vnzee. at her 'home on Walnut Mrs. Thelma Johns and daughter -
j Knight spent Saturday In, Jack- Street. Gloria, and Mrs.: T. J. Griffin 19c '
I aonville. and L'Etta Corponlng will leave STARKE, FLORIDA {

Mr. and Mrs L. W. Halbrook today for North Carolina to spend Pure Silk Hose 10 lbs 45 C ,
R. L. Geiger, of Green Cove the remainder of the summer.
and little of Lake in
son were
:Not Full Fashioned
I Spring, was a visitor, here Monday Starke Gloria Johns will be at a girls Friday Saturday June 22 23 yM
Moadayvtdting: : Mrs. Hal. Good For KntiiHl the house ,
I afternoon. brook's parents;,Mt.. and Mrs. W. camp near Brevard, and Mrs. '
L. Andrews Johns and Mrs. Griffin will also be 39c ;J:

Miss Clara Louise Peek has been In Brevard and later visit other IT PJTS.'rO BUY AT WHOLE GRAIN CLABBER GIRL pE LUX PLUMPRESERVES ,
I visit with friends In In the state L'Etta Cor-
enjoying a -:Mra.Villie S. Gibson left Sunday places f',
[ Jacksonville. penlng will go to Marion, N. C., :
far her home In St. Petersburg
after a several weeks' visit In :I !and be with her father, J. E Cor- STERNBERG'SSlarfce. RICE I Baking Powder '
Peterson's supreme milk and pening. ,
Starke with her parents, Mr. and
I twice dally or on :
cream delivered I
Mrs T. N. Kendrick Florida
I mile at White'. Store. : 5 Pounds .23c 2 Cans 15c 3 Lb. Jar 49c

:f Mrs. Thelma Johns, Miss-Gloria Mrs, S. P. Vandlvlere and son, LAWTEY daughter, Hilda, left Monday''for

I and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent Pitner, of Marianna are enjoying' I Chattanooga and other points In
Johns Jacksonville.W. a visit here with her parents, Mr. o. jr. rump, cor. Tennessee where they will spend All Hours COFFEE GARDEN FRESH''
I Monday and :Mrs G. W. Alderman, at their several weeks. Pound ..19c '

H. Shaw and C. S. Kelly ofStile home on Walnut"Street.. New Arrivals The Happy Quartette of Jacksonville Fruit and
I section attending will be at the Methodist VegetablesLEMONS
Brooker were
Mrs. Willie Reynolds and daughter Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hnrley en- p
| to business here Friday. and son, Miss Connie Mae and nounce the birth of a daughterJune Church Sunday evening; June 21, OCTAGON SOAP x
and a real treat I da' promised. All
Billy, of Wildwood are guests this 14. 5 For ._ lOc
and lltI are invited to attend. -" __ .._ Dozen 19c
Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiggins week of Mr. and Mrs. L J. Reddish Mr.and Mrs. Malley Prevatt an- _. __ ..,, _____---. ,
I tie son of Prooker were visitors and Miss Reddish. nounce the birth of a daughter, Mr. and Tblrt.:Melvin Futch were Beautiful 4' Pounds 15c !
Myrtle. BANANAS ...____-___..__ p
I here Tuesday afternoon June 16. visiting at Gainesville Tuesday aft- .
.. Palmolive SOAP
y 'Ljam.' Mrs.a L. Wi Strickland and chil- ernoon. > GEORGIA: PEACHES.____.-__..,----3 Pounds lOc ;f

Mr. and Mrs. Charley JJohns I dren of Wildwood ,are here this Rain Damage Mrs, C. Tl. Whltehead entertained Bar -___ .5c Fresh PINEAPPLES_____...____.__.. -Each lOc
and Mrs W. B. Mundy, Jr., spent' week visiting Mrs. Strickland's Heavy rains here last week almost the ladle. of the Baptist) W. M. .
In Jacksonville. Head LETTUCE .. ___ _. ,2 For ISc
Tuesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J., C. Manning destroyed all growing crops U. at her home Tuesday. :. Large ?.. _-

I returned and other relatives. In this section and several county Mrs. R. R. Thede and daughter, o X Y D 0'L Fresh COCONUT __ ._---_ ____.. ._ .._. __:'Each: Be i''
Mrs E. S. Matthews roads are almost impassable from Miss Gullda Mart, were shoppingIn

Monday from Jacksonville wherethe .Miss: Flora Belle ,Jackson of Ba- washouts. It is hoped that dam- Jacksonville Tuesday. 3 For ..._ -- lie POTATOES _..4._ .,_ __ .5 Pounds lOc ',
; k
visited Mrs. G. W. :Mozo.: conton, Ga., is here for a several age will be repaired at an early .
ONIONS .. ._ _--.3 Pounds) lOc
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weeks' visit with her brothersinlaw date by county and FERA forcesPersonals FEEDING ,A FAMILY OF FIVE

Mrs R. M. Sparkman Is spend- and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. ScotTissue PAPER PICKLES .__ __ ._ .__ ?. __-_ Quart :Jar 15c '
I Ing some time In Jacksonville with Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs.. T. T You can feed family of five 3. For __ 25c
| Jlr[ and Mrs. Tyman Marshall.' Long.E. Mrs. R. U. Parmenter of Water and give them all,the nourishmentthey
Oak was a visitor here Friday. want for $9.45 per week. .

Mrs. C. A. KnIght Mrs. O L. E. ,Dowllng of Dublin, Ga., Paul Moore of Jacksonville spent So declares the 'Teacher's Col- GINGER ALE. ____Bottles 15c TUNA FISH
Beasley and Mrs. J. E Wilson Mr. lege of Columbia University which
spent the week-end in Starke with Sunday here with his parents,
| spent Tuesday In Jacksonville., his 'brother-in-law and klatw, and Mrs. J. H. Moore. haa just completed a aeries of experiments : :- ''
GRAPE JUICE. __.- : Pint 15c For Salads / .lb'15e. '
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S Rev. James Lyell filled his,appointment on subject. ,
Mrs. R. H. Barbour and daughter "
One of the more .
menus provided
Crews at their home on Walnut at China Grove Sunday '
I Miss Lorraine, of Jacksonville than 12.oo0ca.lorlea.a: day for a
afteinoon. FULL PACK
|were visitors to Starke Friday. family of ,a .mother father and NQRTHFIELDTOMATOES
r- J. L. Underhill of Starke attended three children fifteen
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wall were ages nine
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mosley and afternoon chu/ch services here Sunday. and five, at a cost of 27 centa per
Jacksonville Tuesday Miss Rosa Mae Rowe and Miss PEACHES: TALL MILK
I visitors children here of the State afternoon.Farm were attending the funeral of Captain Elva Lee Reddish spent the weekend day per person. The' menu follows: It
Monday Breakfast
Clifford, Daniel Pike, Mr. Wall being visiting blends in Jacksonville -

Miss Mica Manaasa spent the one of the :Honorary pall- milk Cereal and sugar.with bananas! and 2 Cans 15c ; No. 2'/ Can. 12'/2c 3 For A7c

It'rat'! Fernandinawith bearers. Miss Marlon Sapp of Jackson-
of the week in Toast and butter.

[ her slater Mrs. D. B. White Mr..and Mrs: Murrah, Rooks and week.ville Is visiting ,Mends. here this Glass of milk a child. 11\.'\

'baby of Alacbua.Mrs. E. M.:Rooks Coffee for adults with top :
Miss Miriam Jacobs Is spending F. R. Carradine was a business milk and sugar. SNOWDRIFT or SNOW WHEAT J
of Green
and daughter, Rebecca, visitor to Jacksonville Monday.
of this week in Jacksonville the guest I Cove Springs were here Sunday Mrs. G. W Roberts and Mills Luncheon ,12 Lb** 24 Lbs-
Misses! Sylvia Hack and Sylvia ,afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Luella Tatum were In I Macaroni and cheese.
Eablow.Ml .. shopping Stewed tomato. l l'Ii'
Q. Halle. Jacksonville Tuesday. I FLOUR
Bread and butter.
Mr. and Mrs. J, I. Walker of I 48c 89cJELLO
Miss '
i Miriam Goode and Jackie Lewis, who has spent i Macclenny were visiting friends Class of milk for'cbUdren
N'lta Pettit of Alachua are guests the past six months here with his I here Tuesday.. and adulta. ,
this week of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Mr. and Mrs.. S G. Dinner
E. grandparents T. J. Terry and J. H. Moore are ,
Johns Lewis, has returned to his home in at Alachua where they are Inter- Liver loaf and potatoes "
i Washington D. C., where be .will ested in the sweet,corn movement baked or creamed. ,

end Mrs.at A.Ft.F. Lauderdale Sault spent the with week-Mr.Sauls enter school., from that place.. ,. of Cabbage of and top carrot milk, .sugar.alad.dressing' pkg. 5c: .Matches, 2 pkgs 15c SALT, 3 forToothpicks .- .,40c. ,, ',
Mr. and Mra. C. S. Bohannan
who Is located there for several Pr., and Mrs., J. B. Curtis of Miami are visiting; at the home "f and vinegar. : ''
l weeks. with SYRUP Qt. 15c Matches 3 boxes lOc pkg:$c
Orange Heights were guest Sat- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A/ M. Gingerbread \
urday of Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Blanchard.Dr. evaporated milk.
&*. and Mrs., Charles Imbach Glass of mllkr for each child.,
Dr. and Mrs. CUrtis were en routeto E. L. Biggs of Starke was ,
land Hr. and Mrs. Q. C.,KnJae and Maine to spend the /remainderof a professional visitor here Tues- Coffee for adults. with top BEST WHITEBACON <. f
I children spent Sunday at St..Augustine milk and
the summer.
I Beach day.Prof, and Mrs. W. L. Beacon, I augar.Orlando Sentinel. '

Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long and who have been visiting Chicago, Tip Top Market

Misses MAbel and Pearl Reddish Miss Flora Belle Jackson spent Dl. and other point In the West. [ TAU LOCK PLAN'TALLAHASSEE Pound .__ lie '
o' 'acksonvlll! were guest of their Tuesday afternoon in Jacksonville.! I returned to' their home here.Friday -State Motor

Parenti. Mr. and Mrs. I. J? Reddish While there Mr. and Mrs. Long at- I reporting a pleasant vacation. Vehicle Commlaaloner George H. HOME CURED "FANCY" WESTERN MEATS

< last week-end. tended the funeral of Captain Clifford I Mlaa Elsie Loa.dltoltz'of 'Jacksonville Wilder has said he Would announce Pound .
Daniel Pike. i Is visiting relatives) here within the next ten days the typeof '
Miss Annie Mae Pearce left this week. lock device It any, for Florida's .12c

I Ix Sunday for Gainesville,.where she Mr. and Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum Miss, Luella Tatum of DeLand c 19C3: : automobile tags He said,"I ;) : t
attending summer school at the and little daughter Jo Ann, of I pent the week-end here with relatives am aure whatever action 1 take L A
t'eiversity: of Florida. Daytona Beach, have been guests and friend then will be satisfactory: 'to the __ '''_ '_ __ .. ., : t
Mr j"k.Ion for several days of Mr.. Tatum's I Miss Wattle Edith Rowe'vlnlted .." Manufacture of the new 4 Pounds 30c PICNIC IIA) s. .? _____. ________., .-.Pound 16c
and Mrs. J. W. ofaconton. brother-in-law and slater. Mho and In Jacksonville- week. tags: he said, probably would begin '"
> Ga., spent the week-end Mrs. R. J. Davis./ Miss Grace and George Arwoodleft about July 19.: Order for the PORK SHOULDER ROAST*.____ ._,___Pound 15c
n Starke with Mr. and Mrs.,D. P. and and limited amount of steel
I Saturday for Birmingham paint a FRESH
HAMIIERGKH ___ ___ .. ___Pound 12 ICSIRLOIN
? *
and Mr: and Mrs. T. T. Miss Eva Fugate of Jacksonville other points, in Alabama where have been made-and the material ?
Long. wao a week-end guest of her they will visit relative and friend 'wlJ; be shipped to the tag plant at CHUCK. BEEF ROASTPound I5c

two sisters. Misses Katie and Virginia Mrs, R. P. Jonas, who has been Raiford. 'Th* n.W tags will be
STEAK __ _..,::.__Pound 23c:
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Fugate. These three young ccntlned in a Jacksonville hospitalfor painted grapefruit ,yellow With

GENT'A WORD ladles are spending the week' at several week, was removed to black letter They also will be ROUND STEAK "_ _. --____?--r_____Pound 21e,

Fort White with relatives. her home here Friday. lightly' heavier .than this year's ,BEEF STEW. _
Mr.and Mrs. Melvin Futch: who license plate- "- ___ __ ____3 Pounds 25c:

COLUMNTTPEWRnErt of the have. been spending their vacation -.-- BOLOGNA 23cc.1
Ford B. Colley, president --------:7-L- .r_ --2 P undsLIVER :
; W
of Public Accountant in Chicago. I1L, returned to their Singapore crossroads of the
Florida Society CIIEESE_ _-:._ _:... Pound 23e
RIBBONS. carbon *,'returned recently from horn here Monday world 1* to have,ajt airport pattern _, ----- _-- -,

It Paper the and secooc; sheets on sale Miami wberen* presided at tw j ,I;. F. Dlnklna rwa business d after the worl.V*.beU w -, """ BREAKFAST BACON ____ __._ .__ Pound 2fe
| Telegraph cface. : : Jacksonville Tuesday More tbta 13.5 persona were kilted -
visitor to
; annual Convention '
I "' 4 jj..u day session held Jn
FOR SALE-Blueb rrie* 'for can"Ing. I Mr. Colley has been located in to theil"home here Sunday ;:Malay states in the Kt two rear. *. Pound ,29c
months :from Chicago, in.JOf -. ,-.
Special Starke for the past
tot S' R. F, Pem prices>rest on Starke.ten-quart ltp I and la a guest at, the.Starke Hotel. t and ,Mr*. J. P, Wyrlck and Paul Revere was. a goldsmith. ,{tc


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I"" WUef NWU of NEU .A ':ot.. 51. 12 ''n Wooctl..n..13 6 '12 20 Ch. A. Rhodes.r_ 11.11 BWy3 of RW'.4. of IJW13 6 22 10.:1.: A. Conway

SWVi! of NEH!: A: NW'4! S': of Lots 7, 3 A Lots Syr of NE'.4 of SWy.------U 3 U 20 1. B. Bobsla: 31

BOB JONES a: B'y4-----_,-_----..------- VWH 6 21 640 Unknown ____?.. 102.91 0. 10 In Woodlawn.__ __u 5 21 10 "hu. Dlnklns __ 12.15 El' of 8E'4 of NW'4 .A _, -. TNC'
o f NWVi of NEUA Tot 214' In Woo"'awn' __ __.U I I' 10 Ch. lnkln. ___ 11.81 ', of lIIE'.4 of 8Wy'hl4 4 n 10 Ernest
: 1..9 If fa Wo04lawD14 6 It 10 Unknown ______ I 36t G.M.nn
N A of WH of SWUof RW14 of $W3.------------14( 6 U .0 John
i NEVi A: N S A of EH .... ... 4n 'Wu.'uawnU 5 a2 10 Cha. Dinkins ____ 11.11 SW'% ttf NW\4 a: w as A. Jon.on 10";
of UK W of NWU! A: SH 1 Lot 10 Io Wood. "f 8E4 nf NWw.,16 C 325 Ia.ft
of IfSAofE! of NWVi c'.awn. ;: ._ _: __ .14 I IS 5 Leonard Pr..att __ 3.73 of SW"" of NE'sf'A: no 1L Rollin-.. _

(iOMt:1fNTS of NEU. ...._____--_____10 21 34 Frank F. Thomas...,...-_ 12.01 Lots G. 6. 7, 2; 9. 10. 11. 9231'! of SE': of NW'NU II 23 10 .nkno..n ___ .____ 1111

; SW'i! of SI''Lof: NWU tt8W'4 12, 21 24. 16, 53,40 InWood 9wI4 of 8W34 ________ 27 .0 H _!,
s of NW% A NWVi ,awn _.U I U 130 Unknown _________ 41S.71 of N1I'41I! 6 10 Unknown_J._ ._thee__ IS";
Ln.v: 44 d'\n'\ t4" o!Lot 45! Com at NE Cor of BE'4 of -- itt
fwl1El 8W'QeW10 O 21 100 A. A. Hntchln.on...... 31.54 __15 6 U II Unknown ______ 1.45 A run S 713 ft,
*of"HBu.'z -;-----10NEU 4 31 80 81m Klley.._..____ 24.97ES11 Lots" 16. 16 33. In WOodlawn 'f'1t Northerly 746 r.
of 81 !.4il A In : : I It 30 n, L. Rlllb,._____ 11.18 E296! ft ____ ___11 S U I Ol1bnt
NWCor A SEU nfBWU-10 21 70 W. C. Ward-___...._ Lots 3, 1----- :4ouIawa,16; ) 5 U 20 Fred P. Natho.-,___, 7." II 4 A of NWI of SW'4--; .Dlxon-_-- -.- 101

In a northern state there la a Ntof. oIIE4! A SWVi! of Lo: 21, 2L 37 28. InWondlawn of 8E4 __.._________U 6 II 4 :P'. C.
great college. Thla college ha IIW'4 .. ________ ____ 21 120 Unknown _______ IS." ______--__--_15 I U 40 Corklne __ 11.81 6 A In NE'4 of NB4: Sea HolJlnC''orth. i.{I;
N NEl4 A 8W44 of S4 of Lot U In WdJ..nU. I sa I Slncf-lr )(0.1.)' _____ I." 2t Hounded N by land

honored the writer by conferringupon \.l4f --------_1t 4 21 80. Unknown ________ 16.84 1. 2. 3. 14.11, 17 of N. D. JIII.am.n, 8 by .
him an honorary degree. The NW\4 01 MWl---------11 4 31 40 W. T. Cro by...___ 13.40 Lolt W34 of Lot 11 A all Center 8t. E by H7 I....

institution baa been known for W.... of 8W\4 of 8Ev.11 1 11 20 R. R. Cronby..______ 4.74 Lots all', 40', 4 1, a3, 64 In 100 ft sQ In BE Cor, ,.' .

NW'wf of NE'4 a: 8t4of Woodlawn __________..18 I II 135 Unknown _______ U.ISI ; I1:: 20 rit.Beilin of Secs 16 A :
old time '
sk ninety-seven year a. an % 5H4AinSW Lot. 43. 4', 80.tn"Wood.la..n a. tollowst :

orthodox evangelical college. It Cor ________.._..t3 21 78 Unknown ..___?_ U.lt ---L__.______ I It .0 L. n. HIIl_____ .... .t a pt In o.nt.r qof +

rt has been known a* an Institution W14 of NW ------n S 31 80 Unknown _______ 45,13Nny Lots 9, It In Wooclla.wnU S It .0 Unknown _______ 1'.89 fly track 416 ft to _
: of 'M1 0y_____________1. 1 II 40 Unknown ____._?_ 12.0 Lot f1 'n WooellawnU 5 23 10 R. H. Futch.--- 4.17 an iron post In center '' :" ",\:.
11, of high standard educationallyand 0' of aWl of 8W A .. Lot 12 In Woo"l..wnU. 1i.I: 10 Unknown _____ 4,17 nf 1t7 track near Tem- 'Mpie. '<.+f
morally. Imagine the surprise Ji:' of 84 ex 10 In Lot e A W4{ of Lot 10 InWoodlawn store Na: run W lt ., "-
NW' C"I' ___________._11 I 11 90 Unknown _._._.______ 23 69 _____.._ _11 IS 21 15 J. 8. Sapp, Jr____ '.70 degrees 1320 jr'
of the writer when recently there E' of NE:'%_______,,-14 6 II 80 Unknown ___________ 63.83 Lots 1, :I, I, f. U. U,16, thenre N 1. degrees. W ..' ,., ,., .
,appeared an Associated: Frees NW4 of Nw.I. 8 31 40 Floyd Crosby ______ 13.40 II, 11, U. 19, 10. U, 10, 11110 U. th..nc. B If d._ ,
BW" of NW(__.._______.14 6 21 40 Loiter Croiby.________ 12.40W' a., 12 In Woodlawn.l1 6 U 180 Etta Blinn ______ n.7' roes N JII'lra,2.o. fil thene. t+r 'f\'''.
that this famous old : 'f"
saying .
story of NWVi of NBU A Lot 9 In Woodlawn.l1 15 13 10 J. 1>. P..le.______ .17 14 see ft, .:; '. ,
; college "has lifted a nlnety-sevcn-' NEU of NWU____.__14 6 11 60 R. R. Croiby._._.____ 1898 Lots 47 thence E 14 d.llree. S .. ,
45. 49" 60, 44 In '
-F ear ban on dancing and card SE'i of NWU ex 10 A In Wondlawn\ -:----_--_--_n IS II 60 R. JL Futch._____ n.n thence center H on of R7 Ry to track belli'.x '

A playing. The president of the MJj A: NW C'nl'%. 5Wi4 of &IW4c of SEA l.olt: :T:35. lS'Nt'o: 34,.a1; 41!, A on W side

.achooJ.-ao the report says-found NI'4': A Sly of BE% of .d 40, ft, 45 48, Gl d".d to R. D. Coleman -
r IIE4! _______________-14 S SI 100 Unknown ___...________ 2062 63 66 UA 41, In __________J8-ll 6 23 15 Unknown -_______
v that the majority of the patronsof of NBU" _______-____15 4 31 40 O. E. Croiby...____._ 1240 Woodlawn -17 Ii U 105 Unknown ___________ 11.7' S S9. of NWy .x fn A In 211

the school are not opposed to NJJ't of NWA4 A16 nf1wlt Lot 43 In Woodlawn----17 G 13 10 r... H. HIII_________ 4.17 Coe A $ A SWitCA

# dancing and card playing. \! Lola 1, 6 !In Wooellawn.11 5 II 20 BIt..le Sapp _______ 11.n Com----------nfIT 6 22 as Unknown ---___ .
of fI A EH{ of BW%, Rt.. NE 11.Is
't e a: :%__________. 6 21 560 UnknownS _____________ 10687 Lots U, 24. III, J8 In NW\4 of Ff\Q'4 & run W
Wondlawn 11 I 1:1: 40 Unknown_________ 14.81 t080 ft. 8 4110 ft. E 1080
8'/i of NBV4 A: W U ofNW' Lots 64, 59 In Woodlawn.-17' 5 II 20 I. .Whlt.____ ....
It I Is not the purpose of the ft. N 450 ft to beg _---17 II J2
/ A NWM of SWA Lots ll Unknown .
U 1 5 11, 54, 4a, 68 Eli --- _. .
of HW'4 of Ilk
writer at this time to argue againstu NWU of M&Vi A H 4 In ';II ;' .,____.____u 6 II 70 L. 11. .IIIII____?_____ 18.37 W14 of RE4: of 8E41'7 8E4! A II II
of of $E'.A243of 40 Unkn..wn
Lota r rIII ___
# f. &
dancing and card playing. Personally BWt: ___oM ____.___21 6 21 140 Unknown ._?_?____. 6578. a: 1I.I, of 81'oft4Aa11 A: all 13. 1'rJlJ'.4 of '.--__?______ 8 23 40 Unknown ---.u.__ ._ _, jUt I \ I
i' he doesn't think Christian !!. of SWVi' A 8WU of 33 412 52, 1111 90inWoodlawn :;% fEN %___ 8 13 80 Co H.

should do that sort of thing.He nrtU' ______________._.__23 '1' 120 Unknown .__.?___?__ 2339 _____,__. -____18 5 23 100 Unknown ____________ 23.81 .. of 2-S of NW- f-1I Cummlns._. __ nit I
NW'4 of tTWV A NH ofHWU Lot 24 In WooellawnU II U 10 Mr. J. Kruse________ ...11W" NE'4-13 1-3 A-------13 e 22 13 LydIa Tuon__
believes that God should have of NWVi_--_----._28NEV 4 11 60 flnkno..n ..-._____.____ 1963 W t-3 of NW'4 of NE4t3 : __? _- lot
the benefit of the doubt in all of NWU-.__________34NWVi 8 11 40 Empire Lumber Co.____ 8.00 "6A1'nf 'Lot: 4of40A814of U a: WI'(!, of 1.3I.. & NE'4 of

things. To say the least, there I la a nf NWU--a-flWU_. 24 57.. ..liS. In Wor..lhtwn19 5 U RO Unknown ____________ 10.41 N44 NW'/of.E--ilJ..._r NWW.'of r1l II 13 6S Gad Tyson --____. __ 11.01NE'4
8 ___
of NWU---- 21 80 Unknown .......__ 1584
-- l.ota n .
48 'n
Wno.ll..wn19 5 II
___ _
20 11 ____ 10.Gl
question in the mind of a large Fracl part of S'4 of NWVi.56 8 21 80 W. II. Smith.......____ 611 Lola U. 18, 17, 18 In Boyer ------____________ 8 23 IS Wm, Tyson ________._ lIS

Euj of NE4 .. Ely of Woodlawn ____________.20 I 23 81. of 8W34 of BW'4 less
of Christian 40 Dyack Bro.. ____ ___ 12.70
per centage people rF./-" __ .________118 8 21 160 W. II. BmIth_..!.___--- 8080 Lots 3 3, 4. 7. I. II, 13. H, ? \v II ---____________ 8 22 14 "nknown _____
about whether they should dance NE'/t of REU: _____________37 e 21 40 W. H. Smith...}_______ 7.99 21, 212. 23. tn, 26, 21, 28 RE'4 of SF 8 22 40 Unknown _____. lIS
;1--NJ r19 ----- ____
and play cards W of NEV4 a: NW/ In Woodlawn ._____.0 5 II 150 Unknown.-________ 88.71 SEU of iC UfO
Lot 17BV4 e 21 294 Unknown.._?_______ 6607 S..4 _______.__-____ 20 8 22 In btrs. Onis "'"
e er of "NR"u""of"ijEVi'"A"NWVi L' t.l.a, 10, n, tlln Wooel. _. __ Et4 nt SE14 of SEy4ex! -- reeman. -gift

The thing which distresses the of NWU_______-28 e.l 60 Unknown __?________ 12.07 1II\ri.nof---:;---;-----T-"u 6 U fII unKnown ____________ 18.38E'4 I S 14 A________.-...-__.20 8 22 18 nOT Edwarde ____- -. Zllt
of : nf
SI'I4. RW'4
: e.
+: writer Is the fact that an Institution nf NWW4__d29 e'It! 240 Unknown _________? .49,80 E'g:' of Of NEt HW'4. e.or NE4 NW'421 ofNE4 8 17 20 0.0. I. Tavenner-----__ 11.111 i SIt Lot In ...NE Cor W of
will lower. its standard to N'SntWV.C' ', of of NE'4- ________11 5 23 TO 0.0. F youn._______ 26.80 road -------__________21 8 22 20 J. W. Edward.____? U.75
_---_-_19 8 11 120 3. A. 3. McKinney---- 88.90 1''Ai: of NE'.4 of NW'4 lens AU SWl4 of SW% W of ,

t satisfy patron a majority What about of the the present saints Lot Lola: Ii 48ra.Nf.11 3,'6 or._-BA e U 1i2 W. 11 Smith-------__ ItaGFrR,1 : 1 A for c.m.teryU 5 U 19 C. I. A M. Dingfelder.11.91 All public NW'' 'of 4SW..4.--W--t-21 e 22 15 Roy .Edward" __"__ ZI.U
MHO .x N1y{ of NYg --"- Wilt! of IIIWI/o nf SE'4' Also. public road _____..____21 8 22 1 !olr.. Only
t T, who are dead and gone who built of NE'4__ ______?..____ 1 .7 !It a31 W. n. Smlth_______ lI.n Corn .t N Cor nt RW'w.. 8 A1r' Cor- of S'4of Freeman----- ... I
and handed It down to AU FraI'l __ .. of NIOr4' A run W 26 2-a J ll heing 646 ft .
the school of Re0- _-' 2 7 U 101 W. "I Smith-?----?- 10..V 1',1.. thence H 80 rde W t
I 1 of Blk 10 N A 8 by 239 ft E A W21 8 22 a
Lot Bamp Unknow-----
? The school 53 1-3 .
their children owca rde Lv : :: lID
50,5 CIIl' 7 11 J. A. J. McKinney______. 6.62 said ..0. Lh0nre K 80 3rde lit A bOIl 420 It N of 833or .
something to them. What about Lot a of ,11I--------------- 10 J1I nf said .. .. of SW4 of SWl4 & r

the ministers of the demoninatlon Clly .._______________ .4 1 II Unknown ___________? 1.52 thenre IIn'1 E 80'rdn' N .0.30rde run N315 ft. W 210 ft. ,"..48915ftEllOfttobeg

which I la back of the school who do .All the/ A Fra"that. of portion saofNE' / of ..oAWt4 4-.. ,',,",:, to b...::_.._;._ ._o-_____U 5 II 60 M. D. Olcott___________ 24.43 "X lInt 110 N lit II by .

In S" .....--. NE1y! 'nf NW'.4 of IIW'.4n23 5 23 10 Jl.f.b..l W.'nwrlllht' __ f.11 115 ft E A W In 8E Cor21 8 22 _:I'Od.vla EU..on
not believe dancing and card ot NE'4 lying :( _____ 1.:1
Cornelia 14'4: of 8Wt,4 of : 22 6 23 .0 D. B. Sullivan.------- 12.f8 5 A In NW',' of SE\4
E 0 St according
rr; playing and who have raised mon- ofSampson W6AofN',4ofNV'k6otNEV bounded 8 by Jackson r
and plat : --" -23 Ii 22 Ii :titre Minnie 8. Brown... U9 land F by hard road, N ,
ey to keep the school going 'Ity A that Ef8WCorof ;; P
Corn 51ft
':14 who nave sent students to them to fort un of NW-\f: SE4 fir. 0l NE14 of NW'4 A run Com by land of J. R. Alvar.21 6 23 Ii Addle E., DeS...,____?__ lUI
A 8W
fly .t Cor of a 12A
N 306 E
ft, 8 896ft
keep the enrollment up? : & .ENofo Cornelia 8t A ..",. W no ta:: beg------23 5 1:1: a A. 3. Lowery----------- 6.60Nt4 tract of land. for.merly -
] ..
f. e e.fare that portion of NIC'4 of .. owned by P. C. .
_,...J of NW'4 of'NW'.4' a: r
.L. REV lying N nf sald fly 475ex Oooelwlne A' run E
4+ "'. I la too much lowering of portion owned by W, ", ..--. N A ofllW'4! of NEnf along S .side of said

d today in school, church II. Dall.Y.:__________.. .4 '1.1 14 Unknown __________ 17." NW A84ofNWyof land to 8E Cor af Sarah
standards NW A Nly of sWof S"ott lend .south varia- .
es and oclety. We had better NW'4 of NEV4 a: NW'4 AN' NW-----------------33 I 1:1: '14 Oeo. F. younll'______ U.U tlon. W about lOG yds "" e
r of SWV4 A SW'4 of .
On. lot com 10 ft W oNE
keep the standards up even If we AllNofNVYya RW''4. RofNW44 6 1 21 a20 .Unknown __._________ 8S.U Cor of Lot 4 of BIk4ArunS100ft tn to beg a post In NE'of, thence: ., SW'NW'

don't live up W them We should branch'" a: Sly of :N 100 ft, E 611 W62ft It to Temples Sub .____.21, 6 .2 3 Unknown. ____?______ 1091

not drag the standards to our low ex E UO ft-_________ S 7 It 100 In. M. E. Ooodll'.__ n.n beg Lawt.y __ ________23 5 23 G. W Roberta.31.18 W4ofBlk 1 SofRlWex ,
If schools IIE'.4 of NII! %__________.__ 3 7 It .0 Dr, 14. a.lb..r__ 18.tO 1 A In NE Cor .A E% .. '
plane of living. religious Of Lot. 5, 8 of Blk 4 ex W ofBlkl RofR1' W In .
IIEI{ nf "W% A NJCy' '
and denominational Institution are 8Wy' __..______________ II 7 II 30 Unknown ___________ It.tt 71 ft Iawtey--.23 8 U G. W. Roberts.--___ fll.3. T.mpl. Sub Div-------21 5 12 I D.',L.' Llo'd__....______ HID
All Blk I 6 II Ch. 1>lnkin.--_ 57.26Lot
NJI1I,1. of NW14. / 7 .1 .0' 11, J. Milligan13.40 Lawtey--,33 .- nf Blk f S .f W .
not to be different from state ----------+ of k'.1
going 4 A E\40\ Lot 5 of
institutions then why should people NW of NJC' a: NF14 Of Blk 7 lawtey-----28. I 22 Unknown ____________ 58.87 & 8W'4 of BUe 8 8 of R .
NW4AW otNW'A&Nf4 : .. .. 3W A66ftwide EA: ,
All Hilt U, Lawt.711 I II Chas Dlnklns.---__ fII.U ,
these of 11m of NW'4 a: W by alO'ft N A S ..' 0
: be asked to support on "
Lots 1, I. .. 4 of Blk 16Lawtey
Wq, of RW a: 8164, of E side of MICI4 of Blk ., ',,'
schools and give their, hard-earned 7 11 Smith a Co.______ 6296NEof ..------- 6 U J. Jof. Reddish40.10 ','
BW ____________10 .500 R. H. : Lot. e. 7, 8 ,of Bils 18 Lawtoy. 3 S of It I W .also that '

money to keeping up Institutions NE' a: Nl4' of _______ _. 5 II-V. R. Reddish.$4.76 portion nf BW% of
1 11 80 W. H. IImlth___ 13.01 -- w4 o.tNI:'4.conlalned.or' ..
of NWY.------U
sometimes no 'more NE14 I ?' "*" ,y '"
which are W4 of 3E _____16 7 11 110 J. 3. W7nn__....______ a8.la All Blk 11 Lawtey----21;. I It Mrs. C, 8. Smlth.6.40 In last two descriptions '
G Christian, than tax-supported state N',4 a: (lWI 4, A ns4 44 of "E .11 1 II &to R. H. Smith a: Co.___' 10... Lots Halt lillt ot 7flk Lawtey----23 22 Lawtey.93: I n = Chas.Eva A.Dlnklns Orant.----::==:: u: Also com I.t.1. pt .116. ( g' +' t
] ft N SE Institution Personally, I would "r flE% nf N1034&143of \ : e3fb '; :. .,. .
Lot 16 East Gladys Oreen __ 6.61 -t
-- Jennie ifaga- 1
"l prefer to send my own child to a A $E'' J34't of A SW4 NW'4 A nf NW w Lots ill. 18, East lrwti:: = lure.. M. E, Edwards....:: 5.64: man A run N 486 ft, W r

'/ state Institutions rather than to of NW4 ___---------- 7 11 280 R. H. Smith a: Co.______ 14.11 Lot 11 East Lawtey.T :u.u.: E. Etlward.__ 43.82 UG ft, 8 186 ft, E 625ft
Lot If A Lot II A East to bee All In Tem-

end him to a religious Institution 8nV.ixVIA. 0n: NID W\f.Cor..1'1 of T 11 79 E. 3. Murrhee19.61 Lawtey'M.. J. Be11--------- 19.86 ple. Sub __________ II 22 U. Ben Deli ________ StBlk r
:: ,s ::::::::: :
which lower Its standards a* a SF.\4\ of NJIJ _.______17 7 11 40 R. H. Smith a: Co.______ 1.00 Lot 16 East Lawtey---- Lisle Thomas 6.60 15 of Ri WAE%
mutter of temporary convenienceto NPJ'4 of fiE' _______-____11 1 11 .0 Volunteers of America_ 1.00Bm'4 Lot 29 East tawley-_ M..1. T. Moore.- --__ 22.03 ofBlkBSofR3 W In ,
Lots 80 I. II East Law.
of 8W4 nf NE'.4 Temples
of flWI A 8W'.4
satisfy even a majority of the 81\4\ e. SAIn. NECoyA toy East Lawtsy______ j )(1'. Mlnnle S. Brown 18.1 flub Div _21 6 II 15 Ben Dell _________ UI t
Lot II .._ __ 0.0. J. Whlte------- 1'.8. E' ofBlklttofIt2WkE4ofBIk2SofR2
, of the college A Christian II' A In SW Cot of "
patron _,19 7 11 7t H. D. Wudln_________ 1S.t9 Lot I, Otts Sub DIY East
0l' : college has an obligation to NE'.4 MJIJ ._of___BE-________..__:_?11 7 11 180 'heels,. FOIJII'_______ 40.8' Lawt.y ___..I______.?? Florence Bell ______ 6.1'. W In Temples Sub Div-51 6 22 JO no A. New.om------- 2510W14of81k15ofB3W

and to the saints who have 234: of W4 of N11__.-.SO 7 II 40 E. .J. Murrh..____?__ to.IH W I A of NE'4 of NIC'4 of
r4 IIWY. ___________..__---6 II 3 Unknown ____________ 5,99 AEl.ofBlkISofR4
built the Institution. Our business ENiC4s:" Nm',. NWIiof y NW.I SW'4 of fiE" of NI'.4--U: 5 as 10 111. G. 8cheltlln59.76 W In Temples, Sub Div.21 8 II 10 Charles E. Brookl_____ iiiW202ftofBlk1SofB

I Ie to bold up Standards. and not to A NW'4, nf sw' .-_.._11 7 11 .00 n. IL Smith A Co..____ "..n8E'"Lof NIC'.4 of NW'4' of SE14 AN'4 : .' .- n
8F.14 5 II
nf NM or 10 Biackehear Mf. Co14.89 .
k 1 W W 263 ft of Blk .
pull them down. .1e NW'4 of liE 10 v.A In a: SE'/" of SE' of NE'4U 5 U 10 )(.... O. D. S"heIUln__ 1i,88BE'4. 2 8 of R'1 W Temples F

_> .' i i < *. 'AW MW%Cor nf SB4-_:!__.ex.____.___'1 7 II .0 W. T. McEver--_____ 1&.77 of NE14: of .NRy' ANSy Sub Div I -----_: -..._...21 8 U 8 :or_ D. Bumgarner1111' 8

<* 'What F'4: uf N1'':',' of NW'r4---25 I II 20 Dr. J. H. Carradine____ n.n
..;. 7 It .0 J. A. Graves---- __ 1t.1I .
w&\ tortoise Is in the "W\\< of %__--- ,
d's largest : ________ ____ a 7 11 10' Wm. Slade ______ 1'.1G BE1' of SW's 401 5W4-----35 6 II to C. t. A 1If. lnlJf.ld.r__ 5." t W ex W 262 rt e.
"' London It weighs about 800 N4 S of ft"lY, Of {!JW _..---35 5 U 10 Wm. Andrews ________ '.84 214 A In RE Cor-914 A y C
soot; of NW4 W
Air 8WVW 1 'g to4f NWI i>f NEV4 "f' Temples Sub ; ______21 6 U 10" R.1.0
ar pounds Is three feet lx Inches road'-..____._.:NEy-A:.9.13 1. Ii .1 L. J. W'nn______ la.aa '.: pf NW'.4'of Lots 1. 8. 8. 8. 0. 10 of' '

long and nearly 100 yea/ old. Wu "f SW'4 nf ES 4--- 823'4' N.w...._______u 5 II 15 Unknown ___________ 12.11 Sub' 4 r
i0 4W1 nf NW\iI m 028WK'r}
of NW4 AE'4oi ... NELl of NW4 or IIW'U: 5 II 10 Loul.e Stanley ____- 5." BE4---l1, 4 12 Err 1 lva eI: ,____ 1.11
; NW'4 nr'I.nt I A All ..... By4 of NY 'of NEy' fSE4 Beg .t NW Cor ot 1\W'4 ,
4 The Pacific Ocean la larger by I.IWf4 of NWV N of -U 5 II 10 Unknown ___________ 1.8 of SW14 A run 8

mme ten million square mile than pUl1l1Q road ____-__.___-2a.. 7 11 148 Unknown ......__::??_ 117.17 SW'4 of- N14:: nfSE' &. r4Jtdd; N 70 70\odW e
Bank of St.rk._ ___ 11.41All W I A of of SW'4. ; beg-9 A.23 8 12 I Minnie Pringle ______ i. I IIII
11 us __ yj-
all the contient combined. Lots I. I, 8. 4 lit' Fran : .
of ; 18 5 21 11)1. J. Bell _________ 10.71E" SW" of 8W% of SE'4 ex
r6 Hili> of NWV. W ofroa" SE'of 01NE4 '
7 It 3. __________ 18." nf E 2 AAN2AofB'. of '
1.7' A-------JA: 7 11 17 Bank F Sh.r"of tarke.-- 1.08 _________.U I II 8 Cha.. Dlnklns_______ 1.13 NE'4 of 8W14 of SWI,(, ._12 8 II 10 J. R. Royal.----__._ 1tSW
The curvature of the earth Graham 19 -
11 In
a LM 4 of IUk ? W 4'y A of NE4', of NW% 1 A of SE14 of

amount to only.eight,, inches per 6 A HW'4 In BW a rnl'awl,of(, nf NW'4 NW'4 of of NW'4 ____.:...--.____ 5 n 5. T. T. Blackburn.294 SW4lof\ \rf_---_--_11 8 12 1 Modlna Byrd _______ 1.11

mile. A: In IIIJ Cor" W% of SE'.4 of ''NE'4 of S% of 8E'4 nf 8W% .X 8

BW'4 INN 1 of 8W'4________"." '1 11 III C. B. Rob.rtl_______ '8.50Lnt sW'4 __.._____..,,__ .__ U 5 II 5 Unknown__?_______ a.71 I A InV Cor_-_____-33 8 22 14 Ella' ---- TI!
n II of Bik I In 8W4 ofNE4 NW'4 of NW14 (1( A' NE'.4 of '%___.________ 6 22 ''to"OU. E.ParkLeach.:_----- ILdW
In Graham__ ---39 7 11 E. Btrlokland _______: 'f.ot 'Wlti Of 81'1' of AMi of of NW14 of SWy..x a
4 .. E of 101' 5 A.___ ._____ __.53 6 28 15 UnknAlwn. -.- 1.25
Ns. nf NW'4 of NEA: tIn NW4 '4_. ./__....11I 5 n 20 Presley &TharlnGreen. 14.85 All W% of NE% of SJC% -?--

NW Cor of NE'4 ofNE4 NF..4 of NWtil4 of S..; ____.. 5 II 10 R.1... Brown_______ 5." 8 of road.-_0 ____83 8 22 9 BradforQ l County Ban k_ ISI

W of GulleyHrsnek 1 11 IS H. D W..dln________, 11.939t4 $4: > of BW'4 of flW... i That portion of flW'4 of .
ij"fiim; I--ii-0 St 6 of NW'4 of SW of I $E44 A 8W4 of 8E'.4 of

of tn eWCor, nf N l43': .. of SW4! ..____.....------l7 5'1 U Unknown. w__._________ 14.a5 SE'4 a of Peek rOl.d'23 I 12 ;g0 Ernest .Wundulloh ____ 11.11

NE'4 W nf (Iill.y of SE'y nf NW'4 A Portion of : lIr1l4
X4,7 rri ilrsnch A St of NE'4 SWitl of NY.of Noff of of flE'4 ; S of
a: NWI4 of Rt4--w..10 ''t 11 160 T. W. WI.ldln______ lI.n ,1. A. NAVW'N W'4 : Starke A Alhlell.burc 11
( SW'4 : ol'N 4 I publIc I'n.-II.7) AU 8 II 11 Bradford County Bank.0U
EH of SKU A BH of BWJiHofINVvi"orNW SO 11 100 C. R Robert._____ 30.50 of AW'4 nf 5W14-------1A I It U Unknown _________ 11.84 NE'4 of NE'r4----_____ _54 0 12 .0 Ruby A. ....----, 1\.11\
!! -- Lot In Wonellawn' ____.U I aa 10 1. HIII_ ________ '.81 SW' f of
N 'rTOD ......52 I' 31 SO C, B. Robert.__-____ 8.74 II H. ? SE"i.of ex ,!, n.1I
Lots Il. U. U .IA. Wo04. NiV4 of SE'.4 of sW'4..2G 4 II 35 111.... A. M. Hernelon--
.', ....t.BH'' Cor ofNWH W 178 lawn __.'.IoIU .:':'. _____.1 5 a. ao Unknown___ 14.G9 W oe NF.4y: .__....____1. 8 12 80 Ernelt'Wuhderlloh ---- tip t
j of NRU run : of Lots3, 49 Inoodlawa.l NE of -_______ 8 22' to 8. L.P..k__.____- gipSw
yd*, N IU yell B 175 a _-.-.a 4 .21 101 Unknown ______.._?-__ 8.19. of SE4e-_________36', 6 U ,40 Brin---: : 146E44 I
7 1711 to begs MrsEtta .
8! yd
yd*. : i .
! S A A NBVi of NID"4U "T SI 46 Carl Jon. .....____ 15,49 E4 of Lot 14 A all Lot 18 I > of SW I,. A. JC\16\ of ,5' 813:
: In Woodlawn'---,30. 1 II 1" L. R. P.nmark7.47 IIW'.4 of 8W .________" U '80 G.. W., HI..on?: A..t.---
eaaotoa Q' Lnl 1. S or ,, Fracl NKU4k .. 54. of Lot 1 In Wooellawn81 5 81 5 L. H. ItllL---____ 1.14 W" o. 8W". of NW" ..
Lot 3 or Fret NEVi 54. 35.91 47 '' !If'%'! nf NW'4 of !''IW y.exS91.5AABE40.
LoJ 11"4 1':1Woodlawn :
t>f NWU A 8EU" 1 : 6. 10,41: 15 1cr

1 en NWVel.s.5Aln9 1 11 UO Bank of etuki--___ aUtNW'4 ....__..,.. ____U I It no J. 11'. Morrl..on. _____ la.1I9 8WIc: of NWV ,-26 II II 10. John A. )(or.an- :1.11. ,
+ :! c.rNwiir; -f'IG Lot.-U. 40, U. 41, In W'S of Ely of SEI' of.
nn NWL 11 100 R.nk nf Mtarke..L39.11 Wondlawn : .81 I' II fll tTnkno..n ....___________ 11.114 SW'4 -___17 II 111 A. F.' 1.p
a: NI; of BWI4.a. 4 Lots 30 11 In Wootll..n.U 5 II 10 Unknown ,... 814 BW' Ruby Kln".11
All ... ___ _____.----10 II 510 R. 1. Black A Co._?_ In.13 _---- of ; of NW17 8 IS 10 Ma. --
Melba Selecto. sin All I .. -. ..___ ., ....._..._- 6 ta 140 R. L. Black A Ca.--. lU.13 lot a In Wood lawn _-..._,33 I II 10 Unknown ________ 3.5& W"% of 8194: I.... I A In .
.5 All ._"_."_'__ _-________,12 4 a. 040 R. 7 Black a: Co___._ llt.51 EuSW" : : NW' Cor" I A. In' NE tL11 U.t U.Fl t
never acid/ or kit than All .x IIE'4 of SELL--l1 1 II <000< H. 1. flack A Co.---_ 111.0' fN53u Nr4Eu: Cor _----__57 S .1 15 Ben Johnson --- 1

;fr All ___-_____._______..__ 4 Ij 140 R. L. Black Co...__ 14a.a.NR'4 NE'4 W5 of 4hE4 W'1II IIW1411 8 II 5 101.... ,'1'. P.. W.lI-- 111eof
"I lOc. TtaA now can buy of NF4 a: WI4o'' of nf NWy4 nr 8334.. ___._13 I U 130 J. G. D.vldron-.r.. 71.11HWI.i Of 2JW of 5.11 FlM1

NIi4:' .A Nil\ of NW __._IB IS 100 R. L. RI.cle Co.__ 45.11 of SW.'i nt NEt4 AENo 8W'4 --_ ._ .-_-.87 t 13 a A. Yo''!'. Klnc___
" the unie size and quality All _U 4 II 140 H. L. lacle A Co.__ 141.11 SWS eCf NW'4U I II .0 Unknown. ____ 1.11 oWt eEf NE4 ..
PE.r- PE! .,, _.--17 4 II .00 R. 1. Black A.CO.__ 18'.11 '4 a: HW"tq : a: NE....
All ItX \A of SE'4 of 'S4wU: I" 40 Unknown __________ ".as of SW144 ex W 5 AA ex It.1I 1'U

"' for 5fltIj{ think, long AI NEW ex No """it'.4 8W.._". .._=rU I 12 550 R. L. Black A Co.-..__ to4.... 1 A In RE" nf SE4 or5E4 I A for road.-r____37 6 II .1 R.. R... PI'.I.tt-. 1111

; 3E4! of ,(,__._ -__ ''1 .1 .0 P Wllk.rllOn _______., 1'.5' W nf fly.34 I I' 1 7 H. HII___. 0_. __.. 1 605W14 W 5 A nf NE'.4 CJt RW.J1. 6 85. 6 A. E. Wall- iJI 11,
:ra Havana and Im % toed I tobacco All ._-________--__--__ .4 II ,140 R. L. Black a: Ca-... IIt.I' of 5W4 of 111'4.86: I. II 10 0.0. Col.n'I.n __ 7." ; NW% of SW'.4 of NE4-_T-17 3 22 10. Kit Williams __-..-.. "
Will nf Ny. of NW4 of .0 A on 8 of NE34 ,
for only S E4: .ofA A1C14WK E IfIIIIC. NW'4 __ ._.---.r...f0 S II 15 r. I. A M. ningt.ldee6.94 I of NW4 side.---'-____. 1 II 10 Florence C. FlynD-- 11 has
: of f1Ey' tIIE'4 nf 81'4.---' ___. I 3 It to Charlie T.b.rt ___ 11.0 : Com at NE Cor '
"J III of ". __....____ .4 II 100 R. L. Black A Ca15.20 of BEU of .
onaFLOR do II tlO R. I.,. Plack A Co.--__ 10.11 8% nl E=%' of Swl4 of NEU A: run W 183 ft.
NJH! _________ ,18 I ,
N'' a: NE'4 of IIID'481 4 II 160 R. 1.. flack A Co.____ 17.13 HJC'4 ______. _______ 4 0 II 11 Bradford Count B.nk .94 thence a Easterly to a
gt the your' E" of Nli11. : W I A .f 8W'I 'of SW4_ I 1 II I T. c.. Crawfnrd.... 1.18 pt 325 ft W nf K-o line
"SPJ'4 At 8F. ofWNWI4 Nt1 of NE": of aE4,___ I 6 II 10 MiliaI'd 13, Judd.-____ '..118NW14 on 8 Hide of SEU! of
gift.L W... of NW a: 4 19 110 R. L. I'Ila..1e' & ro___ II1.fl7 of 1'114----: I 1 II .0 Unknown ______ If.08 NJlJI,(". thence 8 Easterly .
y A SW""' A I36 Of\415 4 II &to H. 1. Rla..1c A Co.___ 181.47N4 Nm. of NWs 's' ________..... T 1 83 40 U..J..nown _______ 1f.1t :::mtt to a pt 120 ft rf
+ of NWM.--' ____.....S0 4 55 10 R. 1. Black A Co._ 11.11 NL40et 4 .fiNW'4__.,., 1 6 88 10 Jno. a. Bagw.ll.7.54 said. S-o line' ,
Ia.L Clear Mrs.Cw Maker NI'4.: 11"! of1111I'4 th.nc. B ISO ft to Sea ,
Ill!. of IIE'4 of NWt4 A 811.U! 3 II 1110 Wm. E. line, thence N ... _,_ e
Newark. N.J. It 40 Unknown ___......__ 11.81 a: SWWof Yarbrough61.20 on Sea .
81 4
Lolo JiI I.of 4 N or 4 10, of A SWINd ELt',, w4 of NW" of.ot.SW'4.lO II .0 Cha.. R.lm.r _____ 1.... line to beg._ .,_r..27 6 22 12. John A Motgan--- eM
4.r (1f NE ,-.s I I .1 10 Unknown-------------- 5.1 S WofA NW'4 of SE'_ of NEU ex about I '"., (
.r .cNd J. AE'4 oi.NWy1_... I I II 10 Carson 111. Orlffl.__ '.11I W 4 ...f.% of Aoff27sldA3AIn
s W't.af a 5.II 40, R. 1.. Black A Co.--. /..5Lnt5 a NE"w of a \,_____Il 5 II .0 W. E. Tarbrou.h._ It.TO NW Cor A 4AInSW
:.f 3.8W14-----, l'1' $W'411 S II 10 Ethel M. BI...__ n.'o Cor A: NEH: of 8EU ex 5sV
n. U, 40, 4& 44. '9. 60, W 214 of 1I1C'\Of: or NJIj'4 A about 4 A fn NE Cor .A .
31. 56. U, 506, II, n. i\ ef NE"tt S 21 811 Unknown.-__ 10,60E4l IA In NW Cor A 4.H A "4'' Ill I
015 '"f ; 1l S U 10 Unknown ___ 7.21W4 In 8E: Cor-_______ __
680 6l In Woodl.wn ,8 B't' -- -- .27 3.., 23 65 Mr*. J. B. Kln.rH' I.1s
MELBAtCUJTDT _. :. ..:_ ..-....-:.10''' I .1 JlO Unknown .______ IT... ,, :. NF14of ( Com 100 ft W of NE Cor .

Wu, of Lot 1 In Woodlawn.1O S U 5 Carl Becker ____ 1.13 of 8W"tt A II to Unknown ________ 11.70W4 of W, of NWVI of flE"4 ins
___.__ 1 II In. t
of _.41 10 r..rl Andrew_
y{ Lot 60. u A S\o of Lot NE'4 17.70 of NEH A run S 345 ft, W
U and AU Lot 51 'ftW"(1dl"wn Wy of Ely of NEVN : of 100 ft, N 245 ft, B 100 L
.__ tt I f4 III Unknown ______w.._ IT.U NW'4 --______ 6 111 10 W. n. Anelrew.__ ..n ft to beg--------3 A 6 22 .; Eesi.Davla' 0It.
. Nt4e isp'trrterC' ion .4. It In Wooellawn11 I 10 Fred L. Conn.r____ 3.14 W4W 0' NF',4 of W i----.u; Com 100 ft W of NB Cor h .
Lot. 21. 40, U, II' In A In NE Coy (1' of WH nf ;\XWU of Id.r
Wnotllawn .11 1.1 10 A. Z. Starlln_____ IT.lt Aof81CIO.oINW AW14..11 .11 11 Unknown ___ ..._ 6.11 BEU o' NEil A run 8
O INJIIQA1IQ)7: OO.OalD4.nr.ltot Lot.. 61. U. 30 In Wontl. F 11 A of : or 3 n It Hush Andrews. __ 5." L 346 ft, W 1011 ft. N 34*_ t itIn

l I Ian .__ ; I II 30 t"nltne..n ._________ 11.11 of 5 8E1 NIi\\< ._.- .11 I I. 4th lTnkoown _____ f.l& ft. E: 109 ft t.. _..._____28 6 22 _. Geneva Town -...-- '
lar, *., Dtaabalara I I Ns! of NE". of gE'.v.-1. 11 5 II 10 1. O. W..kl.y, Trust.. .. .11.11 8414. .f 14 ..""_,",: ,_.13 I It Ruby A.. Hay...--. '-A-- 11.40t 4C..U.... es !>... 71i 6M



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jUNDAY SCHOOL o.lIerl.tle. 11_. T R A. Owaer AGe te Deeerl.tlav 5.s. T ft .to Owae .i Taxes Cat. Drrli. .... T R A Ow*. .a Taxes c..ate; .

All NWVi of SHY S of Lot ST of Blk 7. City Park NW of ._"10 7 S3 19 R a Sullivan.___ t."
Call St ex 1 A In SW &Sub Diy, W. A LESSON Cor 106 ft by 420 ft_23 8 22t I E. D. Card.----_ 88.10 dltlon to Stark.--------2$ 1 II T. n. Young.--__ UI NU of MWVi Of NEW *. :
Lot. 0.7.8 of Blk 1 Orlgl. One acre of if--; In SW% of SWVi" ot :NKVi__10SBVi 33S3 in J. W. Edward.15.15 '
FOB JUNE *4, 1984 nal Town of Starke, Stark bounded B by of SWVi--\ ________...15SViof i : 40 C. H. lUvers-----_. 12.'"
NE'4 ot SW\4u\ ________18 32t -. Unknown --------. 1'.0. Temple Ave, 8 by: Pratt HR>4 E) of Stark AThrHita
Lots 1, S. 6. 7 of Blk S St W by Sanrteraon. publlo road..lS T S3SS: 40 Unknown _?....____ lest
subject: Reviev of the Quar- Original Town of Stark. Ian., N by Beau Sejour OIIA. (\ NW Id 'I 3D C.' II. RI......_....__ S4.7S 't
six months we ___ Add .,. 1 Lot 100 ft *< All N' of MVJr\L"pf"MTV] ",T"TT
For NEVi of SWVi\ __
38 S3t D. Co Jonu__ 11. I
.'. Lesions. of Mat- Lot t, 4, t of Blk--S-as In SB Cor_____L|$ f S3 E. W. Hayes__.__.., lift ol Ry_... ._______IT T IS It K. K. MoQruder.:"___+ /$0 :
?. studied the extended on Enaey. map I On. lot of land In Stark SVi of NE" of NRVi: AH
Tie next Quarter's Lessons Original Town of Starke bounded N br Blk II. lll of NWH A WVt.ofNWVi'of .

1 eq tkken from the Old Teltarnent.Th' NBVi\ of SWVi\ ________.38 33t Chat Crutchfl.ld ----- 1110 Orlg Town A IB A S by NKVi A sV* of
Lots 2, S Ry A W by Thompson NWVi of NWtllAt ;,
Golden Text for today la 4,5ofElk4asextended on Enaey map Street .?_,___, _...?.__...18 I 33 Unknown __-_-_-___.. '3." portion of N% of :NW,". .
from Luke 1:33.: "Of HisIDIdoll1 Original Town of Stark The 8 S50 ft of the following of NWH R of Rv A8B14

en shall be end" NEVi\ of SWVi_________28 23t T. A. Brln.on.. 110.I. described piece t of NWVi\ A SW"
there no ---- .. ., '
of lean S .
of property, to.will .. ,. NWVi 14 A W '.' \ "
review lessons we ; Lot t, I of Blk t Original at of ,., of Ry In 8W' Cor ANWVi ,', ... j". .'.4
or a outshines Town WOf Stark. r.Jn. t'XrroI. i ": .: :.: of SWVi less 1.41 ., h''I. t
T. l .
the set out inold' I NKVi of ._ _:_23 33t Florence 17.12 ", .' .,1\\ ; "
rtin adopt Flynn ---- Long by S. J. Tempi A A In 8W! Cor A t.18 AIn ; f.i fo,1 ; ;,, a
Lot. .
B, 8 of Blk 8 Orlgl.nal '
Commentary. 4 run E 14 degree. 8 41 NB Cor of SWVi of > \ '
Town of Stark. ft, thence 8 14 degrees BWVi -___________,-.-_IT 7 S3 tit ,-JohnP, Horr-.....__ 16.11Et4R'eAN4sofNWy
I-The Risen Christ. NEVi of SWVi_____ -28 S3t T T. MoDonald------ 1L/0 W 889 ft W 14 IK of '. : .. Y
Lesson went to the tomb Lot. 1, 8 of Blk It Orlgl. degree* 8 left thenoe A K J ".1\"
[,rv Magdalene nal Town of Stark. N 14 degree K' 139 ft 15 A of SEH of NWW .
t Jesus very' early" on Sunday NBVi of SW%-.._______28 S3t I'. F 8t ump__?____ 14,46 thence B 14 degrees k A M 15 A of NBVi: of 'I<'Wn.F 3
and found( It empty. Sheen E SI ft S !In of Lot s. 8 41 ft to beg In StarkeS8 t 22 Bradford County Bank U.SS SWV4' A SVi of 8WW *x '" y

,owing tell Peter and ''John.o of Blk It Original Res Blk In Slsrke bound. right of way Rlbt4__.18 T S3 BOO John r, Horr...______ 104.14
, ran to Town of Stark., NEVi oil N by Madison St. E W* of E:>4 of AW
Hurried to the place. Theyent of SWVi --.SB S3t Chat O. Woodbrld.._ 'UI by Adams St. a by La. .4 of NRVi\ A NWyiA
and saw the grave-clothes. Lot t, IIOli kiiex E .YIoottif"W8tc'A W bv Hf.38 I 12 4' Edward Burns ______ "..U NVs of NWVi\ of 4.11 7 S3: S84 John F. Horr.-_._,.4 II."
In 48'*" ft Original Townof 3 A ( 01' of NWVi All 814 of NWVI\ of SWVi\ %
,e truth that Christ had risen Starke. NBVi of .-1S S3t Chat O. Woodbridge148.10 nf SWVi In Stark less A NE! % of 8W 4 a! of

to dawn upon them.! Later E 88 8-20 ft of Lot 6. 7 Z Lot .__?_______.___23 8 II Mr.. S. S. Wynn._______ $1.48 t1&FRves3AinSE
gin of Blk 17 Original Tnwnwo Com at SW Cor of Madl. Oor A NKVi of SWVi
esus appealed to Mary as she Btark, NEVi.of 8W'y.96 .S3 Chat O. Woodbridge-_ 118.17 son A: Sanderson tits A. of SWVi .._ _...__._.19 7 S3 30 Boln. John. ...____.... 1...*
ept outside the tomb. 38. 2-3 ft of Lot* B, 7 run W 171 ft for a pt Con at BH:: Oor nf Bea 19
Elk 17"Original Town of of beg then,. M ISO ft. A: run N 73'* yule, W 70 ,
Lesson II-The Child and the Stark, NEVi of SWVi---38 t 82 Chat 0Woodbrldg..-- 7..81 K 106 ft N 96 ''. Wadft l yds, 8 7IH ydH. M 70
Jesus told the disciplest E U U tt of Lot 1, 3 of N 184 ft to %Madison yd. to beg-1 A.______.19 7 SI I II. V Saxon ACorn '
gdom. Blk 18 ex S 20 ft Orlgl.mat (St. thence W 70 ft to y '. J. K. Saxon.______ 10.U'of
they must humble themselvesd Town of Stark*. beg In Sterk_._..__..J8 1 IS S. C. RObin.on---_____ .0.70 70 yds W of 8R' Car !
become as little children If NBVi of SWVi\ _________28 8 S3 Unknown --------- 123.97 Beg at NW Oor of.'Madl.solo "' ''09 A run W 80
N 70 'd. H 80 ...
A Court St* A Sds. yd
ey would enter Into the kingdom Blk 21 Original. NEVi of Town SWVi otStarke. 28 8 33 Chau' O. Wo04brhtc.__ HU8 W 100 ft for a, Pt run Igg yd* to beg...____...19 T'S3 1 Wm. KilchreuterVf. .____ .....
heaven Causing; a child to stum- I Lot I, 8 A Fracl Lot A:- beg, thence run .N EVi of a 1 A lot In SW
offense. Jesus B ex W 50 ft of Blk ft. w 110 ft, a lOll ft, B Car of 8EV>* of SEVi of
Ie Is a very grave I 14 Original l Town ofStarke 120 ft to pt of beg In 8111'4 ______ ________191: 7 S3 H. Qrlffln.._ .... II.II )'r
elcomed the children and blessed NEVi\ of SWVi_-28 8 23 Unknown _----------- 18.at Town of Stark_..____JS 8 12 Unknown ______ 11.10 1\4, Aln fIIJ4\ of flm.4.. Com '. L
em and said, "Of such Is the ilk '29 aa extended. onEnsey Bear at NW Cor of Bay A. M4 ft Ki of SW 'or of /'
aid SEVi of 8HU A. ,
Madison 8ts A run N JOB
.ngdom of heaven. map ex (8 100 ft. W 130 ft to Broad N 10 ft, K 344 ft. a '

Lesson III-Jesus teaches for- nal.ft & Town ex E 80 of ft Starke Origi, way St.' S on said Rt' lOll 410 ft. W S4t ft to bag..19 7 12 S Unknown ____........ SO.SS

Ivenesa. Peter ask Jesus If he NEVi! of SWVi_________28 8 S3 Unknown---.--------- 16,64 ft to Madison St. thence All that triangular piece 0. .
E! on said St 830 ft to of land lying between "
ould forgive another seven times. Com 171 ft 8 of NB Cor beg In Sfarke. ____.._____28 8 13 Mr.. Jo..phln. Edwards 11.30 the Ry track of the 8. 1 I\\..
uus replied: "Until seventy times of Blk Enaey 39 aa map extendedon A run S :30 ft of Lot 3. 4 ofBlk A L. A Q. 8. .A F. A the
old disused Y of U. 8.
of the W 80 ft, 8 100 ft. B 80 I, J. D. Jones Add
veo. Then by means Pare ft to Walnut 8t, thence 1 to Stark __ _28 I II IIIr. Etta Brln.tn.1,8 A r.I'H;;Vi A i-Xd.i -It T S3 Henry Brook _,_______ 8.41
Lot to
of the Unmerciful Servant\ Je- Ore lot ot rk o
that we must forgive N St along 100 ft W to aids beg of Original said I ,. 181 ft NASby 210 ft Hampton __...___,?._,..19 T 81 Unknown .._.__.___-_ '.7'
ii taught Town of Stark. t 1 HAW bounded N by Lot 14, 15 of Blk 14 In

then from the heart or God willt NEVi\ of SWVi_________3Beg 8 23I W. A. Stem ao.10 Pratt St i E by San. Hampton .___...19Wtfc SS -, Unknown ..___ S8.S4 "
? ----
us. derson Lane .________..28 8 II J. W. Iiarrell-----__ 1'.0' of Slim of SHY..____.80 *l SO Ira L. Adams .... .'
forgive 80 ft 8 of NE Cor I -----
Lot 7, 8 of Blk 13. In Lot W of Highway Sub' .; Lesson IV-our AU for the of Elk Enaey.29 a. extendedon A run 8 Oaakln Add to Starke__29 1 II Mr. 1.1.0'' 1I0Illn. I Dlv of SWVi\ of sVWi\ ___10N 7.. S H. V. A J. H. Saxon_. T.14 ,4/:/

ingdom. A rich young man askedhat 91 ft, W map 80 ft, N tl worth ---------- 11.0. '4 of SWM of SWVi\ ____.218K4 T S3 SO Ira L Adam t II14.8S i,1'
tie must do to Inherit eternal ft, B 80 ft to beg Original 0 Lot 1 in, $. S, 4. 6. t of Blk !: of NUM.-_..,__'__.,_2tN6Vi T, 13 40 M. J. Clreen. ::IIHH:: ...r//:!
of 13 Oaiklns Add to of BWVi. .-_._.21 T SI 40 Clifford Rahm7ZH.T 11 .> '
ft Jesus finally told him to sell NEVi Town of SWVi-._Starke._____28 23 A. W. Anderson.-? 18.78 Stark --_______.___-__29S 8.1 I 11I1'. Onle Freeman.12.10 Sly act 1tI'J'4" NW!. ......31 T S3 SO O. W. Rahm. AgCTH ..'.tl.. 11I
to the and A In NE'4f SKV4! NM nf SKW"' \ of NWVi A
and give poor come EVi of Blk SO a* extendedon A :
Bounded E by Dowllnga WI cot E44.1! 7 II to Wm. Kslchreuter Sl.lOi
id follow Him. This he was un- Eneey map ex S 10S Add to Starke, S by swvi\ ofNWv\. ."imiliirsj II 40 M J. U....,,..... -.-.:- 11.4... ')I

lltng to do. Then Jesus spoke of Starke.ft Original NEVi Town otrkS'r.4j18 6 S3 Unknown ____________ 1.85 5 A N by Oaskln I Add ISW MWVi..._______It 7 1..0 J. P. Thompson 11,10..
M dangers of wealth. Lot M. 8 John, 8 of Addition to: to Starke ...._.____29S 8 II I J. 0.' Boyel._________:; 1.111 81 \1'Gf SEV4:\ ,?_-_____...37 T S3 40 J., D. Thompson..!,=:: 11:11": ;f

Lesson V-cb.rlllt.' Standard of Starke ______________.SS8V4"AB 8 S3t A. W .AneS.r oD---- 15.118 A In NW ('0.. of SEW NVi y{ ofNEVi Nm.% A SWVi\ ofSKVi .'
A ;: of
nf8H6AInSWCar NWUtiwU'of 1&'
reatness, Salome with her sonsames of In SW Carof
ot Ry SWVi bounded of NBVi\ of SKVi__..29 8 II 7 Edward Burn. ________ 1004 KH of Bwvi'A'wviofof ''[ '
and John came to Jesusth 8BVi : '
N by John. Add. W Lot I. 2, A HI% of Lot :3 tl
SRVi A NKVi of
the request that He give 8 by Sao line, I In SB Oor of NE(4( of A of of IIIII.U\ 1 II
rll..Rr.'t: NEVi-2Vi A____ _A___28 1 II I D... Ida S. itelbergsr.. 11.0. 8M SRVi .0. Unknown __---?_____ 78.1 ill
em the chief places In His king. ft, 10 of Blk NKVi ot NW --..-_-_-IA II 40 J. t'. I..*__, ,___ 1I. !
47 J. M. John Addition W 105 ft of Lot S .A RTlVi of WVi.U,.._.___111 f 40 n Y. 8axon.__,_ ____ 11:7.: k
am. He said that these placesere to Stark _...__.______28 S3S3 J. O. Boyd.Boyd.------------ 12.00 ft of Lot 4 In SB NWVi of K3BWV4 ____._.11 11.0 W. Q Heal-.._,-____ 1'.It. 04'':
not for Him to-glve.- Then He Lot 2AN9ftofLotI. Cor of NE"4\ of NEVi- E'4 of IOV. of NRH, of A'
134 A _____________ 2' I II I Mamie Johns 131i ,
ught tha lesson that true great- of Blk 1 Llvlnll'IIton.Truby ___ __ __ NBVi!] lea t lot TM ft ,./
A Co' Addition W Sill ft of Lot 4 A all N A 8 by 1$7 ft M A WA 7 S3 10 Hampton D... Co...__.,. u.n'I
eel consists In service for others, .. Stark __ _-->_--..28 .- n. A. N.wlom___..;:: 11.71 Lot R on 8 aid of NEVi\ Blk 8 Hub Dlv of NEJK of \.'
ot In the positions of power. LO\.. 4, 6 of :Blk C Living of A__.__.S 1 II I 6famle Johns __________ 13.111 N------------------$0 T S3 S Unknown _____ ___ S.tT r
ston. Truby A Co'. Ad- Lot 8 of \ of NEVi\ _..2Efc 1 II 1 Mamie Johns -_______ IU, Dike 7. 5. 13, 14, IB 1*. IT ? ''t
VI-Christ Acclaimed as King. dition to Stark______..28 t S3 Unknown ____________ 10.n ( of NWVi\ of SEVi ex Huh Div ol NKVi of i>?1

in Sunday of His last week Jesusante Lot K of Blk 5 Livingston N t A------------------3) 1 II H Mary Skinner _______ '.11I NWVi -__._.____.._-30 T II 14 Maggie E. Johnson..... 31.10 ,:J 1
to Jerusalem riding a'' Truby A. Co' Additionto Nye\ of SWVi of SEVi Com 14S yds H) of NW v:
upon Stark ---28 8 SSI Unknown -------- 1.12 HKH of SBVi ex N for of NUVt of NRV4 A R'
ult. As He approached the citye Lot. 4, 11 of Elk 11 Livingston SISVs ft _______.___...3DSH >> I II 10 Ioham Wilson ________ 10.0 run ID III 1-3 yds, 8 10yds J ij' l

was acclaimed as King by an ( Truby A Co's of 8W14_______________ID>> I 12 10 Herman S.if.rth------- W 11 1-8 yds, N .jo,
next' Addition to Starke.---29 Z38 -- -3. O. Boyd________'" 18.01 Eli! of NEV of NEVi ex 104 )'d. to b......_.._SO T S3 t Bank of Stark.,.__. ".IT ".
nthualasUc crowd. On the Lots 8, 8, *. 10 of Blk itLivingston f A N of hy_____. _31 I II 1. Unknown .__-______. 10,0/ B..ataptI50rtMola '\L..
ay He cleansed the temple, cast. Truby ACo' All E%, of NE'4] of NEVl pt 106 of BW Car ;
_____ _
and Addition to Stark 28 S3. Unknown ___ $0,38 N of R-I A------_n I 31 I Orin Wllllon ____ III : of NH..tdfNN' % A run
\\t out the money-changers :' Lot of Blk 11 Living- NW of L LB NW'4 exTs'lO A__3l S II I' Herman B.Ifsrtk-____ 10.11 B' 740 ft. H l>2Vk ".... V1
rchanu. ton, Truby A Co'. Ad. lilt. of Wy of NB\4 of W 740 ft. N 133&! yd. 'f.
and Patrlotm. I dltlon to Stark*______.28 _8. S3S3 -. -Unknown :____.__ 1.1 NEV 4ft Nt4 of NWV of to beg ..?._____.__S. .T S3 7 M. L., Watterson51.64'' 1i
Christianity I Lot 7 of Blk U Llvlngaton I NEVt of NEVi\ ___* _____81SWVi I II 30 Unknown -___- _______, 1,81 tot 13. 14, IS It of Bile w

Jesus' enemies tried to en- Truby A Co. Ad- 8tunberg.1.8$ of NBVi .A SEVi of 13 In Hampton__.._-__-S9NVt iiS3 W. B Hick _________ 31.13 r I
ap Him through difficult ques- dltlon to Stark--...____28 I Hpo NBVi ex 10 A on H aide..SI 8 II TO B. C. Hottssndorf.3101 of lk. In Hampton__10 Miss. Ada Nlmmo ,._, II.... '
Jesus' Lot 0&840. ft of Lot 1 NBVi\ of UBVi\ ofNEVi\ _____S3 I II 10 Louis Kahr ___.___ UaG Lois I, of Elk II A Lot T ,
one, but they could not. of Elk 14 bounded S by Com at SW Car of NWH .. ,. f of Blk IS In .'
ught that there are obligations J. O. Turner land Llvlngaton of SEVi A run E 160 ft, Hampton -. _......SO>> 7 L J. Wynn _-_-__-__ SO.SS 'I:
Truby A: Co's N 300 ft. W 350 ft, S Lot 7. II of Elk II In {fi
e owe both to the government Addition to Stark__ _38 t S3S3 Fen.IJa'& Loul. 15.51 100 ft to beg-1% A_.._88 1 II I Simon TrYlon ______-__ 1,1$ Hampton _--.-..-__SO 7 SSS3 Hampton Dsv. Co...._ T.TS "
ad to God. He Bald that the two Snyder: ------------ Lots S, 4 of Blk IS In ,

eatest commandments) are to Lot. 4, 6 of Blk 18 Llvlngaton Com of at 8EVi 8E A Cor run of N NWVi SIO Hampton$0 1 W. O. Sat_.....__. 4t.TT .'

Truby A Co') ________ 18.0. to of beg thence Lots 3, 4. 5. 4 In MaCall. 1'
__ yds pt
O. Boy4
ive God and one's neighbor. .______38 S J.
Stark 7 S3S3
Addition to W 310 t B Add to Ilamplon.80 Hampton Dev Co.....__ It.St .'
VIII-The Feature of the King Lot 1. 3. S of Blk It.Llv.In 110 IJtt'lr. ft : begAIAonNsid.ofaTty Lot. I, 5. 10 11 of Blk KIn ..
Co Hampton-_,. ._.-SO 1 .- Georgia Southern .It }
it on, Truby A ?
>m. In the Parable of the Ten Addition r to Stark_____.SSLota 8 S3 Nat Williams ______ n.63 A tract of land In NWVi\ I tria. fly Co........_ ;,....* ili\

rglna Jesus taught the need oftidiness 1, 2. 18. 14 of Blk 84 of 8EVi .......__.......St I II I 3... Albert ____.._.____ 1.1' Com 6'7V1 ft N of 8W Cor ,""

for his aecond coming n Addition Truby Starke.28 ACo's 8 S3I Unknown _______-__ ,,11.17 One lot of land' 14* ft *q I of Nicii of Nil\1/4 A run W "
to B 360 lN10741L
In SE Cor of NWVi ofSEVi m;
nd the Impossibility of getting Lot 11. 13, IS, 14 of Blk ---_'__-_-_S3 II Green Hamilton ____w 1..1 I 3BO (t, 8 "Tift ft to beg.30 7 33 Oussle Durden a '
ady after He comes. A superfi- : 87 Livingston. Truby A ____ '.11 1 A In SW Car of BVs ofNWVi I J. H. Maxon.B. ____ U.7S- .
lal profession of Is not Co' Addition to 8tarke-2S S3 Unknown _____ of BKVi-..._____St I II S E. J. Joh".on. ________ 5,10 5 of BRVi' of IE\4a.\ 1 S3 10. T. Saxon. _____ .. 'N
religion Lot 8, *, 10. 11 ot Blk 28 Lot 4 of Bike. Lincoln N4 of NKVi\ ___11 I 33S3 B. T. Saxon: _..,-.,....; I..,a. .Il.
lough Livingston Truby A _______ 111$ City _____________..-.tt I .11 Unknown ___________ 1,18, lC of Svvy...l"'vPU ot :
to Btarke.ll, '3 SS n. A. N.woom mv, .. 1t 187 W. B. Hick*._ ......' dl
The book of Matthews was wrlta ,Co' Addition- Lot 1 of .Blk T Lincoln : ----- .-.; ?
of Blk 11 Livingston City ? S II = Simon Tyson _____ ISO LotyY of W34 of NW$4 i is 10 Unknown___.__._.__ 1,55Wy '
S -
Lot ---------- "- --
by an educated-Jew who had Truby i Co" Sub Lots -, of NF.o NW .of$1 S3. SOS3 II. Y. Saxon: _______ .... J'
ten converted Herote of NEVi__38WV4 8 S3S3 Eo.l. Da.ls._________ .U : City .. : II II -'. o4llc. McPuhl.B.1{ ",( of % .A W
to NEw '
of *
Christianity. .
Dlv -- "
Lo"t' 1 | of Bile 11 LTn" 146, of SE"_ .____...._a. 1 tOS3 3. R. Do....___-....._ f1.11
to the Jewish people. He of Blk A IS Co'Livingston Sub coin .City ,______31 I II Jessie Johnson ____ I." NEIL of N BVi__.____.___S. 7 40 J. D Thompson._._. 1..0 I IB
u trying to show.them that Je- : Truby of NEVi\ __ $ I Ella MaUh.w.______. 11.11 Lot S of Elk 11 Lincoln Com at NW COP of Hmo 3bof
Diy of .. City _____.12 II Dan Jenkins __ .... NBVi run 8 111yd
us of Nazareth, was the promised of Elk II Livingston ,
Lot 5 4 ill
Lot S."t"ofBik 13 Lln- ta 151M yd*. N If '
essiah, who was foretold in'theId ,of Truby NE 4A .A of Co'NE.2 Sub $ t S3 M.tta H.mm.tt ---- ,... coin City _________.---.31 1 II Julia Albert _..-____ 1." )'d.; W 111 4Y4dotoWy :
Testament thee Div J Lot t of Elk It Lincoln -10 A A /IS
smd whom Lot.9,4 ot Bile III Livingston Sub- City ____.____ ____.___31 "9 Willis Ring ____.__. S.U I**. I A In NB Cor A i
> were expecting. Matthew Trubjr .of CO'II NE44--\ __d6 8 S3t A. .T. Paul______ t." Bag 38 ft 8 nf NW=: Cor of A In 8W Cor-IS A-___II 7 S3NWVi 13 W W; Pack bam-____ 11.0 'l\\

led to show that the life conduct, Diy of NHI'4 S8 MW44 of NW% run S of NWVi-,---..----SI T S3 40 J. D TllompllOn-__ 11.11 '\1.
1. S or EV4 of Blk of SB Cor
Lot 11\1\ ft B711ftN111ft. Com 88 yds N
umlllty, teachings, sufferings Livingston T/uby A W 794 ft to beg.__13 1 II 4 Chaney HoDou.halei 1.11NEyS of NRVi of NBVi A run ;t1f t1fW

ad death of Jesus fulfilled the Co'* Sub Diy of \. of__I. S3 Unknown __________.__ lI.n of Sw4.-------- Ii 1 II .0 Unknown _________ 11." Ito yds, Nfl. yd. $
NEVi _______ NEIL B 330 yds S 110 yd. to I,
ropheclea as the Christ-the Mesah. -I Lot S of But 31 Livingston ... of A I. NW *1 II .J. O. Boy4_________ '.11 beg$6 S3S3 S H. 5. Roebuck. -.,,._ *SI i
Truby & Co'e Sub __ 11.17 A JnWBHirc"oV"of8W4! 81,1, of SW4% ---t---__-- / 7 SO Robert B, Starr.____ t.Sl
'Dlv of NI',4 of NE\4U\ I II-D. L Lloyd------- I.of nwsWC of Ry_ ,.. -31SV 1 II 1 King Chandler. ____ i..o 8\<. of oy 1\
Lot. I. 4 or 846 of Elk It of s'.lJ\4\ of _81 5 1:1: lit Charlett. D. Herr1.11 II A AuvyL :4p I

Livingston Trub i i NW sti.---4- o a1l4: NViof SEy I I S3 TtS Unknown -____.______' ..... I
Co1' Sub___Dlv___of__N 1__4_0t_38 8 S3 Unknown __-J.-__ '.U 8 of A SEVi: being 41TU, ft L.._ "'A. 5x 8 II rds.-. u.U 33 SOt II J. Stewart---. ,.__ ..... .
B% iOAWbyI4O 4. ft N A ,. tll'" ot 514 of BW'4 .. II''%" 'i.9of
GRAHAM 8 r ft of Lot 4 of Elk $3. 8 A 11 A In NB Cor of S\4, 01 8114.---: .U t S3 lit L O. Wtmr..___...- ......
It Llvlngston J 1 i NW", of 8FVi! being,7"nfNN..uVlAril8"ft orWyect4: ouw--.i Jh;
60x10y0 .. NE184ub Div' Ida Simmons .tI '" \ ___-11 I S3 I Unknown ..____,..-_. I..t "
Hrs L c. Smith Cerrenpomlent of .. I93. ----- .
NHI'4 of ----- .' All 8W" 01 SW4W of r:
Lot. 9. 4 or WVi of Blk 84 A on 8 n.I to public road.$$ I 11 n Cha.0. Wo04brld._ 11.1. ItT a I' A I.. 8W Cor..tI t S3 1J.. H. Lawrsno.....,_. '..a. lyNt4wt

Llvlngaton Truby '- of Blk 1 J. M. John. IW% -. I ,I)
Rev. F. M. Taylor filled hut reguf Co' Sub Dlv of NBVi _____ 14.31 Lot 1 I II.... Carrie lI.nLoJ..t / A P1of .
_____ .*1. SS Lul. Dubart lIultPlyofNE'4ofHE'4U I 13. Thornton._ (, .x I In / '
appointment at the Baptist of NE46----- of Blk S J. M. John. I ,('or.It; 2 A In IIW Cor 'I siS3 ." ,'. 7A
Lot 1 .A BVi of Lot 3 of Div of NEVi: of NBVi-St 1 II 1. Hr. Fannie 8t.wart,. .... SHIT of NW\4\ os
arch Saturday aDd Sunday I Blk 47. Livingston' *' I NB Cor of NBVi of 11 i-4 "V In sis <:<>i>.. A ) a aM .
l' "
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal are the by A Co'* Bub Dlv of *. / I* Fanni.'MOCaII ----- '..11Lol. BN5C1y4 run W SI* ft, H W 147 ft of f 10* ft nf "" ..J ,. I
oud of borne I. NBVi Of NBVi-------- I.I I. 10U-ft, B Sit ft. N lOttml 'h of .

18.pal'tnta a baby boy. .DMV.VTrubyfSdk- ,- I. l. .. tt to beg..__../---_N 1 $3 11 n. m. W, H.ny..t____ 10.TS s BW'4 .'waiwj. ,. a

Mr. and Mrs" Roy Blrt of I dltlon I. ,to Stark*_.----. St t S323 L. H.'.Ora,.__I ___ 11.04 N\.<. AIaNWCorLNof5t of NWVi of NBJ4 .x &nfVE', f'IW\4.11\ I 34* U. J. StewartS3 ... 'r'.1.1

Lot I of AddlVnAfc J. ( of '4 NVt of NKVi-' ..---.......... I n '0' C. H. D..lle "':"' : '

oun.teocb.ee Delay.We att.nded'Church here thews 8t.rk.. ______- ----? I -< S! "8.: Dowlln.______ 15,66Lott .x B 3 AwwOf.__34 I II 14 Hattlo Morgan -.- -_ 1L53 P* .*- 503 Vsi36-fTirKH_ .. Unknown ------ ..t. J!

,. 1. .. S 1 ft of Lots SBVi' of NWH of NW.-..34 I 1:1I: if A. JIt Wall.--_ 1..7 Lot.of (. \I :' _.__.--.ti! .1: I' N..To. .nbr.no"__ .'.If 1.

Udred are Broufhten tarry to report la on that the Miss sickt 1'n: 1.0 of Addition Blk f.:8ak..21 N J, 1 S3t Dr A. E. 'Dunham.10.10 !,e.NKS Cor of 8Kb.___ex_t_A_ oflli .34 0 U 15, Bradford Count B.nk. II.T' N\oIJ\1/1/ /fANass\ .8j:\$ .At.13 t 21 4' ,3.'11I. Zsrwn'i. .. ..t-:

this 5 5. ILI9.1NIS 2 A in NW Cor of NWVi D. Q. 8t..rt__ .... 1B 1\l
week. Lots Ito' Lots ,. 11 of BlkC G' ______f/ II A. E Wall___ I." I" It o! NI6 .f NW\4\ i iof iR

Denwiu Phillip of Jacksonville N. i. Jones Ad0 jft S3 ....... r. JL Loa ..... 'Com :ESE-Coy el 733I"W'4 8m" ______________11 II 1 Joseph Bolt ____.._. ..-. I'.n fJ

visiting his aunt, Mr,. r M."Ws to StarkeLot of SWVi A run N All N :m% o' SICK: 5 of ny 'I,
I ot Bill 1.4mpls.Addillok -Unknown' .... ..... .. ft, W 54 ft. II 718 1-1 .. 4 A KeystoneII .. "
..... -
this _38 1122' : n .._31 II 11 R. ILe.._____. ,...
week tStark* ft B tt4 ft to be*} $ 1 II I. J. B. Laroon____ ....
Mrs. D. L. Durbin and little It of Blk IS Taw S1'4' % 01' NW\4--U\ 1 II 4' lIamle Geiger ____ II..' NJ'4 of NE------\ o---2 \1.1.NJII
Lot. U, _. ,...... $2.71Elk .
' Addition to 8tack' ... t S3S3 I. R. o.born NW'4 ot NE'4-'I''U f II 40 O. W. Hl..on A.t. 11.10Nvt4 cor .t 0ES4: \ t .. tI r. C).' W.lm.r____ 1..1t.t.! !
'ughter. Grace Lee.. of Jackson- Addition AW\ of NE'AIII Unknowan'elry.31.10 HI'! %4of SWy4.-_ _-.i4 S sa fO Walter Will -____ "
T.mple. 'UI 1$ f1
10. ., I
lie la muting her parents Mr. to Starke i_:. ---*. Unknown _.. ..... -- of 5Zi\ ______ NWI4 01 SW\4\ ___ .___11 5 II .0 Unkaown. .._._.__. L.A '4al47of (,'
* Mn. c. C. : 3 of Elk 3 Ternptoi'Addition NWVofNWI4n1AIn NW" NEy..of .i;(
Mrs. Fogg.at Lot 1 S.: : Stark.J8Lota t S3t J. W. Eclwarda--t 3.4. SW Cor for school. ,__ I T It I' Ruby A. lIa".s__. n.1I __--.3/, f I' II' unknown -.-.----__ 33,35 u4,

Ucy Rlttdon of Starke *. lo of Blk 14. Temples Perkins __ '.11 B% of SBVi of MWVi8WH ___ I 1 II 10.1. W. plAwarde.-__. .... Lat 4 ._-.______._._U i 34 IU "'re. L. B. HoOIII_ .... ,..
visiting her sister Mr*. Edith Addition to Stark.... S3 Warren of NEVi___- 4 1 I. .0 G.... C. White A NBVi\ \ A Eli! of' .<

' fling but 8*. Pk 22'T I I. Williams.- I." O. W. Ald.rmaD_..._ 13.15W \ ofofNEti ."'- -...11 II II J. D. Tbompoon...... '..'T "'..
Mr Saturday. Lold1tuk r *-.--38 I NWViNB Of HWVi.-.. 4 7 II .0 Unknown ______ 7." Ni640 of NI'\o: ( of NJ:; ....14 5 II 111 Unknown ______ 4tNI $ ...
*. Myrtle Altman and children Lot 1 ol Elk 84 Peeks Addition :T. 8. Wllll.m.-.._ UI of >2 o( NEW, .A 4y A of NW---' IC'4' ,,
Nichols relatives to Stark*_---.---.. 1 33S3 Vi of NBVi Je.. Ala of-.W'4 --- _____15 5 II 1 John Dav1.. -.__ 1.Is4t .
2J laat.Ie.were'lattinI'. Lot 1. I. 7 t of Elk 4.i. NW Cor.*______ 7 II If D. .101. J., JI.lber..r_ I'..' Soy nIC= W 01 M\\

(I. Alvira Addition 11 -. J. J. Sullen........-. 1.11 Beg 319 ft B: of NW A.Cornf ran NW\4-n\ A of844._\ _01 II, t .i /1 IJ' M. A Allseta,0.. .

..he c.... .f ... Casty ....._ Lou to BA"BT eToVBTiriT Btlefl NW% B of: 42 NB4* ft. N SI*. Fleming __ ,,,r11,16

....r.... C_.'", .... .. r.._.. Wynn.. Addition to IIBoy4* Hollows, '_..A_ It." ft. W 410, It to beg-*__ S 1 II I MI5...Robinson --"I '.11 NWVi\ ol AW44----; __I' I II 40 Toney MII.b.n _____ 1140 'I,
Pe the ket.te.1 Mre.Mt M. ...._ Stark. ,.. -- --- ..91 1 of HEM lee. IIW\IO\ .f \ t $2 00 L.1gb .... P..rII__ 5425 try
IMre..N.rl. Frad Lets A. B. C. D of I ElM about of NEH 4 A In NB Cor ASled .W\4\ of $wvv., NW"JU$ I II I' Mary WI.k..on .... ,;
.AL NOTICE i. wrnae Mdltloa '..1'Loat II II Unknown 20.12ES of "BVi: Ain /W44A v
' Blk Ida J. H.lb.r... 17 -- 8'4
S3SS Dr. of NSii4:\ ,
1OTIf'1!: 18 that II 1 '8 II 700 IAI.b H.: P..reall 125.85 15y
HEREBY OWEN to Stark ,... Or... Co- ".15 W4'o of NWI4o__' 'I'I' .....
a II II Mfg.
underslgf.d. will Oil the lard of Elk 1. Park .t 111C'4r'I 01 kE44 0' Nm.U i II 10 May. WII..on. _, 1.11 ...f
: .f Jan.. A. D. 1.84. .r..t to Dlv. W. City Addition 1.79 1'1'" Gf Unknown .. .... .yr 01 N1'4 of NE44'.s: 1 y I"A
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Hoeor. County Judge of IItarll.---.I',, .. Uakaowa .,......--. NE" ____ ___ _--- A
- to In NW" Car Also 1
elerd County. riorld. her final City Park W'", .A of of .
of Blk 3. SB Cor NWVi
I turn..eeount and yo.lMr. a. Ad- Hub Dlv. W. A t nutratrlt M. of the Estate of Ever-! to Stark.$0 I 33S3 T. R. Toang KVi'oi _.... II .0 Unknown ____, 1.11 1.01V-13' _________ lEf 14 IA''lgh M. Peareall_U IS.44 y
.,..... _
Johns, deeeaad. end at said o NWH of NW*__, 1 1 a. 40 Unknown --- Lot 1 .3 II 17 Llgh M. Parcel _*.-. 11.41
Inn' the.. and there. nuke appU. Lo,1ut Dlv. "w%.r CV 5 PAd- Frank A. Swiss_ S.,. 1 A In SB Cor of KVi K lots 1."i"7entt!! __15 I S3 Itl Leigh. M. Par>all_.. *t.3tt p
to U. said "ad. toe a final, dltion to Starke---.sett 1 ..-,-_ T 1 II I Gay Rite" __.___ ".4' Lot 4 *x li: A In NB Co.AtotleIAon .
1..nt 1'd of hen sdminl.tratlon ot Elk City I Park -.IwUn-wvi, : .._;. 'I II 45 John F. Hon.-.....,.. '.n tl.Id t
of 4.
.tat.. and f.e aa .rd.r dl. Lout A all Lot* I. t. .
irtlag! her a ._b, ....I..t.... Dlv.to W.Stark.-A C* _Addltlon _-LSt- I S3S3 .. Edith aaw&o7_ S.,. E/ of WVi, .f 8W o I*, llylsVl3T4. U_, _." ''S3 41 Lal..ta.- pearsall._ SUIt i

the rEUZABKTir May, y Park a.1.fA rMjof Lot 1. S. I. 4. f. t or hack :V

THELSSIA IItll.dar.! JORNS.iMq Blt.l-'JJ'drtlOD .; at k.': :.." Fra.1I .. 1.11. I'it"""*Car L .f NE ..K_ '-:" '!w -- f'It." <"I. f" /wt d' 171. l= 1IN' m wirttRTasCollMtor : ...ut.

:t i.: 1 F t f x' ltla... ,. star. "t' 1 ti U.ks.wa..,........-,. Lit '116 ;' as Is ...-.. ",--.. S 1. n' {I.,. 1,1 X;,. McOfgd.fr _. SLIt C A.XMMHT.. *f BrMf... C..aty; Viedda. ;

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j, Established 1877 TUB JOUKNAL'S TICKET' (Industrial News Review)

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i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Clast I For Railroad Commissioner, If......!... That A u..t llm DI....
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Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida Group 1: ..In., ., J".ry i.dtvldr.lwe- ,i 1"
Eugene Matthews.Brooksville. float ...! trutloBal Pr._'_._ f' 1 1
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E. Matthews__ ___ .,__ __ __ ____ __Editor and Ownci I i j, ; CN1\ AG0( FIRE\
_.- --- ,_. ._-- .-. ---,- ------.- OCR FRIEND MATTHEWS :The political battle lines are tak. J h a
ing definite shape. now-and what 1 t i &' c ft
promises to be the fight of the cen- NUMgE0. OF

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance Here In Orange County we like tury la In the 'offing. Beginning i FIRE BUG'S'CAUGHT 'I34
neighborly people, whose past Is an next November and continuing until -
r, 5r Advertising' : Rates on Application open book.Eugene". the Presidential election of 1938, ,. *F// WERE ,

; -_ _.._--- -- -- .. ., -,-- -- Matthews seeking reelection the campaigns will be the bttteresi TRrtMQ ,
ua the State Railroad in many years. PTO( "f''I\E \
rc Knee action was first used under a bridge table. t"liNEGS
Commission, Is one of these Indi- Within a recent ten days two ftSM a\\\ "

o- viduals. events of exceptional political Im

Poppy Day and Father's Day should not be confused. An able; honest man, who can portance and interest occurred I i t 1\1
look you In the eye, and who wtl First was the meeting of Republican WERE LEFT, UHBIMtMEBA
, 0 tell you the truth, Matthews la one. Central Committee,. its election ( 2r4 '

'; Add sim'lIes: As contented as the winner of a pieeatingcontest.
; He has told Orlando that he favors I its declaration of policy, after a
year in which It has done little but
giving us a reduced telephone
a a't 0- think mark time. Second was Mr. Roose-
rater If we get what ,we we
't Those who go along. hitting the! high spots are usually) deserve, this wlU amount to a saving velt's June 8th message- to Congress ]
/ in which he outlined his GIMMa rry tl tltiop0
of 20,000 a year to the peopleof { i A
I\ due to take bumps. e + ,
: this city, as The Sentinel has repeatedly plans for the future. ta0a1M' flee( oe 3one ; t
o pointed out. New Republican chairman is rut W.Ar u1! y .,} ,; ; ihIMC WIt11 A +;rhl i(

f If anybody feels like another rally before election day,,, Matthews, no opportunist, a man Not Henry widely P. Fletcher known of to Pennsylvania the / 11'!tit :: {')r f q, I4 'aaCK l0.SaNb+ MN uKE1'eor' i'i' r.,{ t ,i

well on In years, who probably ,general MWe
i Ih! : they'd better get a move on. would retire today and still makea public, he has long been a political W6S7 ji

Ihf o living, Is that type of man who power In his region, is astute,

f The higher the thermometer goes the more we think that would tell you, If he honestly capable and representative of conservative -
that he would not aDd sentiment in the industrial -
thought no
jX Byrd knew what he was doing.
could not help you with our tele- east. His Job is to attempt

o phone rates, whether you voted for to awing public sentiment Into line

The ticket is short, but the vote should be lopg. Don't him or noloTherefQre behind a policy which is the time-
honored one of the Republican
fail to cast your ballot Tuesday.o we should supporthim. party-with one or two vital ex-
We need honest, sincere men
o ceptions. The committee's statement .PERFECt\'t OSMM'\\'tI\ 1AIRPt.ANe \
the Railroad Commla loD.
Q Some of the hats that are thrown into the political ring on calls for a "back to the Constitution" WOULD HOT FLY PLlt>rJW DESIGNED 'CO
insofar he has
But as already movement, asks that the -'T1\t Ali'LAME ttPrCtt9h I \ ON Cu1 ANY'Mo00' VDU DESIRE
l rather {
?G come out looking battered. pledged himself to give us some "
sovereignty of the states be
restored -
AlR' RE5tS1ANGE. 1oR\ \"t'inII'G\ h1DYl0'lt GE NAD'ii A'8AR'
o relief, we have all the'more reasonto holds that the present administration PG'1r5R.:

Baer might not deserve so much credit-look how much back him for re.electloD.-or. threatens individualand .. .. __ .
__ .. ._. c.
lando Sentinel. corporate liberties and even __ __ _
room you have to land,a blow on'Canera. the
menaces right of free speech.
o SELECTING A COMMISSIONEROn It makes a bow however, to pres.ent been affected by what met her living expenses are higher than In

Wonder' who is first trends, by saying that the na gaze. There was her daughter many other places.Nevertheless .
togo/ through an open door ,when
I From Pens to her
tion'has been in Other hanging sweetheart's considering the
backward social
?' Hitler and Mussolini meet for their little chats? Tuesday, June 26, the people legislation, and that the Federal II begging him to subscribe 'to the number of men who are employed

tip( o of Florida will go to the polls for government must Winter Haven Dally Chief la order i-and glad to be employed $20
,exercise! a measure
electing a'member of the Florida, that he, might be ,better Informed a'week or less, It Is evident
One writer says the great trouble in, newspaper writing Railroad Commission in Group 11 of control over Industrial com THE HANGING OF A WINTER that
as to- the current news of our boasted standard of
is that if you stop to think-yo miss the edition.:' and they must decide between Hon. It apparently this differs particular only regard In de-, HAVEN GIRL the community,' by, reading the not,> be quite as high as we have may

1 ...o Eugene S. Matthews, the Incum- stand newsiest newspaper.-Winter Haven" thought-Tallahassee Democrat
gree from the of Mr. Roosevelt
A fatal step end the most -
bent, and Hon Leslie Wells, his may Chief.STANDARD. "
Too bad ,somebody doesn't fix up a rainfall code so we opponent.In through, the,NRA., happy life. The mod cultured, 0''INA -
----o-- QUANDARY
r wouldn't get it all while the Mid-West suffers a drought. I the first primary Mr. Mat One difficulty' the Republicans refined, beautiful and best, loved OF LIVING ,-
stilt face Is dissension within the are no exception to the same fate.
o thews led the ticket and hilt many Absent Minded Naturallst-
party. Western Republicans believe A father's devotion, a mother's
If a pound of dirt were removed for every word that has : friends throughout the elate are that they usually get the shortendof fond care, a brother's or Bister's It Is exceedingly' interesting to Now, let me think-have I been so
Interested in his continuing to lead foolish as to bring these clubs Instead .
ry been written.about it, we would already have our cross-state. i throughout the campaign and become the deal in party councils. MI- companionship, will not shield notics that New York authorities of my collecting equipment,
adopted a new definition of
hem when
nority leader McNary of Oregon, they desire to take the
canal. victor In the contest or' have I been idiotic to
who with Senator Reed of Pennsylvania tfp.. what it la to be indigent.
o Mr. Matthews has served on the Is generally regarded as i Such was the illustration last According to Dr. S. S. Goldwater come here instead of going to the

The Cross City News, says that adversity is a trial of board for the a late number Hon.of A.years S. Wells, succeeding its party's smartest Congressman, evening when one of the highest hospital commissioner, who golf links?-Exchange.A .

was opposed to the selection of Mr. educated, most refined and viva. has just drawn up new rules limit ,
, principle. Without it a man hardly knows whether he Is as chairman of that body and the meterorlte weighing twenty-
Fletcher, and recently told a radio lous girls was found hanging in ing free hospital treatment to
five fell
pounds recently on the
honest of the Incumbent qualifies
or not. experience audience that the "Industrial east the borne parlor, surrounded by all those who are unable to pay, a
valuable ranch of J. W. Salyton, Tulare,
him to FFlorlda,
o service must make concessions to the Republicans the luxuries that""go'to Make a man and his wife who. have to live Gal.and, burled Itself three feet In

'The Jacksonville Journal says that according to the ad- of the more liberal and happy life. Late In the evening on an Income of less than $20 a the ground after smashing through
The many Important matters less populous vt' and in.dvent.; ; the was missed and careful search week are officially indigent and
a board.Australia's .
Yertfaements, breakfast foods are good for practically. every- coming before the board, each year However all the tiepubllcans, ,, with I I failed to reveal her' whereabouts. need not pay for hospital services.If heavy .

+, thing but to eat, requires that its personnel be com three possible ,exceptions, will The telephone was used without they have a child, the limit aborigines are not

o posed of men of broad understanding doubtless be found In line when results. Her friends were called to is $25: a week: If they have two dying out, as supposed, the last
t of utility; problems, for the decisions election time comes 'round, aa will help search for her. Finally the children, it Is $30 a week-and I census showing that there an
The Gainesville Evening News thinks you might have a given, each year are of vital all Democrats who count., almost heart-broken mother re-' so on. about 60,000, which Is the same

lot of worries, but at least you don't have to walk the floor importance to the people as well as Mr. Roosevelt's message laid turned to the parlor and there to Here something that makes number aa in 1920.
with must be fair to business interests her horror and surprise she found one stop and think.
, quintuplets. down several principles for his To be sure, .
Affected in the discharge of duty party ,to follow'both in fighting her beloved girl hanging. these rules are ,geared to( New A lobster attains full size In five
t o Putnam County gave Mr. Mat I How must that mother have York's
' for reccvery and in making election metropolitan area, where years.
il The NRA has had its first birthday and a lot of businesses thews a good vote in the first primary campaigns. He said that detailed .
and on June 28, It Is quite I
J thought they would never have another one are plans would be submitted to
probable 'our neighbor from Bradford -
, still in existance. the next Congress, and that he
1 County will again lead in the
especially desired .the planned 'use
race for his reelecUon.Crescent.CIty
of natural resources, provisions
.. A survey has disclosed that Florida housewives preserve Journal. against unemployment; and old age,

"f'r. 259 Varieties of farm products by canning. What other..state Hon. Eugene S :Matthews, and better housing for the,Ameri-

;, could match that for variety? "' Chairman of the State Railroad can'people.,.. MOl1t ,Jiltrlking thingIn
that ia bias advocacy' of social
Commission, running in Group' 1 ypk&
o Insurance,-somqthlng no other
for re-election Is in the city Visiting I
An Oregon man started learning to write on hiseighty- with his ,friends. Mr.. Matthews President baa eve done. He said
also that ha believed
the Insurance
d third birthday. Think of the pleasure
without having to sign a check. by Lester Wells. of Tallahassee. j but by?contribution.
llr., Matthews baa served on this
* ''O |Vi .. r commission for ten years during In the meantime, the administration -

to' The weather lately must have gone pretty hard with which time11 he has been chairman program is undergoing some 7i/t.M
'" tar throe + reason of'hislong Interesting changes The NRA U I fititl'to
that By
St. Petersburg that years.
' newspaper gives away .free copies about,, to drop its attempts to fix
It will'be
( experience a great
day the Bun doesn't,shine. .- and
every loss( for him to be replaced by a .price '' men were aggressively opposed -'
0- mart'without any experience. People

On the first anniversary of the NUA, President Roose !, of South Florida should especially III a retreat to this, code and the provision.Republicanswill That

velt: said, "We have spread employment, we have raised pay reason be of interested the fact that In his he Is face nearer by do' a lot of i talking about It. THE DAN a

and we are NOT THROUGH[ YET" to them and has their Interest I will use it in seeking to persuade
he voters that the recovery: pro- SAFETY INSPECTION
-r Q 1 nearer to his heart than anyone '

One Paris claims that else and it would be a calamity for I gram has failed.: .. I' FREE .(( el DRIVE IN '
newspaper France doesn't'owe.theunited ; ((
-. .. -. ,. a new member' of the. .Railroad ,
;,\:, :states any war debts Is it possible that we went to I Commission be elected to Tallahassee. At the close of 1933 according I In summer, smooth tires soon wear

! f' sleep and dreamed the whole business? People should be interested to the Annalist, the world at large dangerously thin become weak 1

In tills matter and rally to had recovctrd,forty per cent of the quickly reach '.'the danger line." Your
I7" r
hla support.*-Citrus County Chronicle ground lost :'durlrig'' the preceding risks Increase-from cuts, punctures,
) Marl? Twain once said that everybody talked about the years of'depression. Late figures sudden blowouts. Don't risk your

"z/ weather but nQbody'seemed to do anything about 'it. If this show that world industrial production neck on hot roads with "danger-.

.v kind keeps up we won't even have energy enough\ to talk Our friend, Eugene S Matthews has continued to advance, and r line" tires when safe new

, about !it. of Starke, will enter the second Is,well above 1933"figures.. Goodyears cost so little. Let

: primary as candidate fob Railroad Recent reports, from Englandand 'I us Inspect your tires for HIGH QUALITY
s"" '
0rl Commissioner In Grc.iup,1., Mr. Germany ,'extremely'en- safety GOODYlAa

A London 'item says that the walking stick is tending to Matthews 'comes from a straw. couraglng., Two, of the most Important ''.-nowl DEPENDABLE PATHFINDER NEW
'- bei>ry and vegetable shipping section barometers business; : .ArUJtlUr
t"dl8appear there. We always thought the average Englishman of the tate and Is a former pig Iron and steel ingot productionare ? GOOD SFMDWAY VI AM N.w.pin q.kt-sp.* C ntTracthra. 3-

would feel like a fit subject for a nudist colony without newspaper man, Lila valuable experience up. In England steel Ingot .rvau II D.ro-- ""' G_
4 his cane. and Interest In agriculture production during,April was nine Cnnr T".u.:
are manifest in his official actions.A ty-seven per cent: above' the low T*.y _,,_ .
0 man who knows our needs and established In December, 1930, and run[:::... G--: Gwdyur

tl. Almost every candidate) running for public office has who desires to serve our best Interests only nineteen per cent below the Gwremler
};Y: promised to work for equal freight rates for the southeastern U a good man' fl>>' this Important high reached in August 1929. ti $ 70 gjx More

' states, and that,, is onepromise; we should see that they Herald. position.-Hardee"County Exceptional Improvement has $ 95 5, Mlle of )tad
', "' remember. likewise been shown in Russia and Non-Skid
two Japan. In. the case of the last, recovery asbryt
When 'voters the polls on ;oICSEE
V ,. 0 has been moat pronouncedof No Etta
' June 26 they will find the name of
The Tampa Tribune it that any.naUon on. earth though as.tback'recenlly.
sums up by saying some can Eugene S. Matthews listed among' ,

, didates run on what they have done, some on what they the candidates for Railroad Commissioner ,,appeared. ,
'4 Mr. Matthews is the r fttttu mbl.ct t*
promise.do, some because they haven't done anything and for"his-support He ra.lattbewaJ"baa chant* withvMt
chairman of the commission.
some because' they haven't anything to do. present., and U the only candidate given the' state excellent Smtt node'wtotimm.aad t*mmf

o- whose home is In the peninsular service on the commission. He has

The Republican party is said to be looking for a "Moses" part of the state, :Mr Matthewsla been particularly alert to the
transportation of South
i to lead them out of the political wilderness. ,It might be a gentleman.record and for baa integrity an unimpeachable and 1r. orida.'ts."r .I er'l9 Yeasta f areet seltill 'rlt e:i OUR PRICES

i' well for. them to remember that even the people Moses led faithful service. Let's snow 'our .. ,i ,

1: : didn't get out of. the wilderness uhtltaf er forty,years J, appreciation of sucli,.ervlceby reelecting 011 I ly; enough. Chairman- Eugene: J -T-

) him.-Punt*"Corda" Her S.Matthews of st.arke. !. the only ON

'I 4'> -They are trying 'to stop the Secretary of' State 'from ald. candidate from for State peninsular Railroad Florida Commissioner Register Motor

printing the Homestead Exemption Amendment on the next Coming out flat-footed for Eugene Jerry Carter and Lester Wells Co.

general election' Matthews for Railroad Com- come from Tallahassee, and Herbert BATTERIES
It :ballots. If they successful irate : -
,: tax-- ,
mUslonT Editor' Lembrtghr'oftaeTampa : P. Cara hall'from Pensacnla; .. -, -
era mlghtwirlte the"al1. dment in, It. It ,weren't BO long. : TrtMuM explain UM bat -Wauehul* Advoeata.. ,STANCE ,"" y.
,:*#!>. }

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