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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 29, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-' -j t Plannedor I Old Goes Reliable Absolulely.Dry,, Well' I I Local Nine Now Federal On Visit Judge Tills-.iI" Long Week, State.To t t Get Green In Time Returns To Home Vote; Trammell! ,beads j' f, ;



- Treatmen.tf During-Rainy SpellWells I In Second PlaceIn Congratulated- Here Two MillionsFor Office-Open Here By Few: ; Ballots# ;,

A. V. recently R. A, Green ,
are just downright con- Judge Long ap- Congressman arrived -
trary things says W, R. Dlxon, a'' pointed Federal Judge: was In In Starke late Tuesday after-

)f Screw Worm farmer who Is an old settler In the County LeagueWin Starke Tuesday visiting friends. Highways noon In time to cast his ballot In Matthews Wins,
Lawtey section Judge Long lived.in' Starke for : the second primary election and

-- Mr. Dixon was In the Telegraph many years and thIs was the first I announced that he would remain In -

Asked To Meet Monday office several days ago and stated' One Lone One During Past opportunity manyof his friends ; President Roosevelt ,,Siena Bill 'his office here during the greater Rail Commission Chairman I.*>ad.

" 'I'n' The Board Of County that he had a pump on bill farm Week Play Daylight had had to congratulate him on his or Great Import To part, of the summer Opponent 15,000-Carter l +
With CommissionersA from which he had obtained drink- Thursday recent appointment He- Is now ,Florida Mr. Green will make his head. Defeat Care

-- ing water for the past thirty years.' making his home In Pensacola quarters In a part of the building -
where he moved from Gainesville. :'With the I signing of the Hayden- formerly occupied by the late Col
Starke behind
project for the control of However diving the past rainy fell one game Almost complete reports from p
, local worm pest will soon bender spell In which more water fell than Daylight of Jacksonville for the ; I Cartwright bill, President, Roosevelt J"L. Frame, and will also keep Tuesday's Democratic primary

screw in this county Jf plansthe has fallen here In many. .years the. lead lathe North Florida County I made It possible for the Floe his offlce>pen In Washington. gave virtual assurance that Park
way local Emergency Relief Ad- pump went dry. League when It lost Sunday's game Stores To Close ida State Road' Department to Congressman: ; Green was accom- Trnmmell will be returned to the "L

inl8tratton are carried out. Mr. Dixon Is seeking an explanation by a score of 14-8. The locals, share In the $522,000,000 road construction panied home by George Johns, Ray United States Senate for a fourth

, in this for this strange phenomenonand However held command of the affair fund voted by Congress.This Colley and Hugh Brownlee Jr., term acconflng to Associated '

AH Interested asked to farmers meet with the I i wants to know If there Is some until the seventh! inning when Half-day On 4th Is made possible) by the fact who went to Washington with Mr. Press dispatches.With i -

maty are Commissioners at' scientific reason or whether It is Daylight shoved three runs across tabt the bill prevents the transfer Green top a three-weeks' visit after only thirteen widely .cat-r'
oard of County to take the lead. They followed of gasoline tax ,revenue from the the first primary.
Monday meeting for sheer contrariness on the part of tered and mostly. small country
regular with a five run rally in the eighth Celebration. States; Road Department to any, -
from
the well.Tax the tabula
consideration of this project. to sew the contestThe No Planned I.OOaH'-' other fund.Signing precincts missing ? Pll'
up
Many Will Visit Lake AndBeaches .Ion-the unofficial vote was 100.
Several Instances of Infestation locals knocked Suggs, Daylight the ttay enCart.wrlehtbill. Lee Makes Plea 730 for Trammel! and 96,222for) '
dvt been reported 'la this county starting hurler. from the box which authorized the amount Claude Pepper, who based his campaign .."

urlng the past few weeks and it Amendment in the fourth with the score standing A majority of the stores In town, President Roosevelt said: on a challenge of then Junior s 1

, considered Important that at- at 6-1 In Starke's favor. He have agreed to clone a half day "The act provides that states, to Senator's legislative record i
be made to control the pest be eligible for full participation In 'ToTax CollectorsComptroller
mpts was relieved by Givens who went :
next Wednesday the Fourth of It probably was the closest call
it becomes widespread. Federal aid, must continue use for
lore Heads For Court well over the rest of the route July. Twenty seyen business that Trammell has had In his long
divide the countyto roads at least whatever portion of
It is planned to For Starke, Burnham a former houses signed the petition circulated political career In which he has
sections to carry out the ..Yy. Gainesville High port. lder. took their revenues from gasoline and Debts
five by A. L. Alvarez chief of Want* To Pay never known defeat. A long lead "j
ores Each section will have a Homestead Exemption' Seems To over the twirling duties. He gave police, to close at 12:00: o'clock other taxes on motor vehicles is Before Fiscal Year Clones, In Hlllsborough County of- which

pervlsor and he will be furnished Have Rocky Road To up fourteen hits but whiffed eleven noon. now- authorized by law to be" expended June 80 Tampa Is the seat and strong support .

tough relief workers to''enable Travel men. Starke nicked Suggs and No plans have been' made for for highway purposes from a tier of counties across

im to carry on his work success- Givens for a total of thirteen hits any local celebration of any kind State Highway Department officials A final stab at balancing the the south central section 'gave

iiy. Florida's proposed constitutional two of which Included sizzling and It Is expected that people here said they Interpreted this asmeaning budget ,was made Saturday by Trammell his margin,

This meeting is of great Import- amendment to exempt homesteads homers by Jones and Hale. Wood- will spend their afternoon'at there could be BO reduction Comptroller J M. Lee as tie called Bradford County went oVer Into d
all led the attack with three hits and of the 'In the department's fund. If tax to make '
ice to all county farmers who from taxation was beaded for the Klngaley Lake \some. upon county collectors the Trammel column after voting
livestock and the local admlnirstlon In as many times at bat. Jones nearby beaches. the state Is to participate In the special remittances of tax collections %
MO supreme court this week under an for his opponent, Claude Pepper In
Is urging all who possibly collected three out of five" times .-_- Federal program.Governor to the treasury.
Injunction by Circuit Judge] J.. B. the first primary. The vote her
m to be present at the" court Johnsonprohibiting publication of up while Hale got two RECORD ATTENDANCEAT Sholtz, In a recent Writing:-'to tall collectors, the this time was Trammell 87ft, Pepper t.

ixiae Monday. It as required bylaw before It can A foul Up seriously Injured MISSION STUDY HALLA statement said he favored handingover comptroller:. 337. In the first primary It
Catcher,Busbee of the locals. He to the schools the one cent of
be voted 'Upo ., "The '.state's fiscal year close ws Pepper 438 Trammell 328 ,
EW SERVICE INAUGURATED "I am of the opinion" Judge was relieved by Burney and Douglas record attendance, for the gasoline tax revenue now going to JUDe:SO and I am especially anxious Mitchell 79. Slkes 37, and Wells 31.
OR STARKE AND VICINITY for the remainder of the game. regular weekly Bible study, was the general revenue fund and re-
Johnson said"that: the proposed ; that all current, obligation of
Meanwhile, Fernandlna scored a the outstanding feature' Tuesday plenishment of the general revenue Matthews Wins
would be unconstitutional the etate.now due will be retiredas t
amendment' 7-' Victory over the Green Cove evening at the Mission Hall. with a tax upon liquors If the ..tatDrohlbltloD Eugene 8. Matthews, chairman
Th\ people of Starke can BOW and that publication of It nearly as possible by that date.
fan the' repeal Is voted In No ,
nine to claim first place while Electric keep room of the State Railroad Commission
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nd flowers or floral,deslgns bylegrapn would be an unnecessary expendIture !- I VIn order to make an' appreciable -
Green Cove remained in the cellar. comfortable and many are findingIt vember. had an Impregnable lead of almost
to town' or city In I funds.. toward attainment HIs
of showing
any
public B. of '
a restful atmosphere conduciveto Chairman C. Treadway the 1 ,OOO over'bis'opponent, Lester
e United States, Canada, or forgo If the supreme court upholds the Starke ._____140 111 0008 helpful thought and study., State Road Department, estimated necessary that all moneys) due Wells/ of Tallahassee With 133O '

countries and have them de- Injunction, there will be no general Daylight, _____.100: 221 35x-14 The leader in handling the sub.jest Florida's share of the Federal fund th. state should be available4 In" the of 1288 precincts reported In Group A
vered within a few hours with election vote on ratification of the announced "The Elephant and provided In the Hayden-Cartwrlght state treasury before June 80. 1, the vote was, Matthews 89,631.

iclr card and any message they amendment.All constitutional STARKE-GREEN COVE the Fly,", left a profound Impression. bill would be $2.000,000 this year. Although the law requires woek- with Wells 74,919.In .
ijh to send attached.. There iso must be for the For each of the two ly remittances, he said the practice
published succeeedlng
changes After emerging from Tuesday's of the uselessness of great Group 2, Jerry W. Carter, for- r
charge for this service, the Information of vftters, and the first doubleheader last week with a defeat physical strength when dealing in 'years, he estimated this ,state has become general on the State Hotel Commissioner,
mer
nder paying only the actual cost publication is required three and a tie with the Fernandina the spiritual realm, and how God would I receive approximately part of tax collectors/ to make their was given a landslide over State

r the flowers which maybe anail months In advance of the election. nine Starke came through Thursday uses the small, and.seemingly Insignificant I'$1,430.000. : remittances on a monthly basis I Senator Herbert P Caro of Pensacoia. -

bouquet or an elaborate de- Francis B. and Guy-i:"'Wmthrop of last-week'with! a bristling ,, thinga"bfjlfe'to Carryout Without Federal'' funds.. Chair* "In order for this year'Y txpense" With 1326 precincts reported .
the small cost of the tele- to be with this year's Income,
gn plus of Tallahassee, as owners of property : 12-2 victory over Green Cove. This His plans and purposes man Treadway has said, there paid the vote was, Carter MHJ.149
-ftm.-. Thin wonderful ftervlca -has-- which would not be exempted, I put the local team into a tie last (Psalms 100:31: and Psalms 7'::43) would be no construction of new Lee said special remittances covering and Caro 00,373.
a made available to this townd and- Roland Moss of Jacksonville week with daylight for the league and when knowledge has reached roads In Florida this year except collections up to and including

community through the agen- I as holder of Sumter. County School lead. Epperson, local twirler, was Its built His love passeth on and work required to keep convicts Saturday were called for, so Voters Turn|!Out r,

here of the Florist Telegraph District bond, applied for the Injunction shelled from the hill In the first beyond (Epheslans 3:19): "So busy. that the funds might be available The voting Tuesday was surprisingly 1'

lellvery Association, a guaranteedd against publication of the inning: after having yielded two why should the spirit of mortal be I' Projects to be undertaken with Monday. heavy since It had been reported
bonded service which is repre- amendment by Secretary of State runs. At this point with none out proud 7"Next 'the Federal allocation will have to 'Another statement at the end of from many quarters that It

nted In Starke by Mrs. Gertrude Robert A. Gray.Violation I Harvey took over the situation and week you may be interested be approved by Federal engineers the month also was asked from tax would be light. ra r

odbey Klnlaw, florist of contract with bond- let the visitors down without a run in the study "Who's sonare before they are announced Con- collectors, 'With 1275 of the state's 1288 k,

For Instance, some friend or holders, unequal shifting of the thereafter. :* you a child of God a son of Abraham struction estimated to cost $",* Le.,recently estimated a deficit 'precincts reported, the total voteIn
veil one in some distant town or governmental coat to non-exempt The locals touched the offerings or to whom tOt do you be- 000,000 was urged by delegationsfrom ot $350.000 would remain In the the second ''primal''w. only

ty is 111 or has died and you property and violatlon'of the con- of Terrible and Bowles for thirteen long." ,I' .- all parts of the state before general revenue fund unless Increased 18,946 short of the record off-year ,

rmpathlze; or a mother sister; tract as between taxpayers that hits three more than the visitors Bibles Invited. the highway department session tax collections or unex ballot of 213,808 on June 0.< t

ife,, sweetheart or, friend has a all property should bear its proportion gathered. "Woody" Woodall pavedthe during the early part of,this year pected Inheritance tax paymentsmade '

rthday and you wish to congratlate of payment of existing bonds way among the Starke hitters A CORRECTIONIn up the amount needed. Popular Musical FIlm'

them, and or express renewed were cited by counsel for the Win with a trlq of hits followed by our Issue of June 15.we carried SARAH CADLE Thedeflclt'was_ caused he said,
urance of love and devotion youa throps and Moss as reasons why Jones, who gathered a pair. For an account of the funeral' Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Warren by "unpaid expenses of the 1933 Coming To Ritz Theatre

now "Say it with flowers", by the amendment would be Invalid. the visitors, Bowles led with three services for Joseph D. Tobbler who Cadle will regret to learn of the Legislature and by loans of $375- -

tlegrapb, anywhere, any time. "This amendment" said W, H. singles and Rowe followed with died here June 12 at the home of death of their Cwo-year-old daughter 000 made by banks to the general With one of the largest and moat G'

How it works: Your, order fort Watson counsel for the Wlnthrops, two., Mr. Sallle Tlson. Through error Sarah who died at their home revenue fund some years ago. I imposing casts ever assembled for

flowers, a corsage, basket of "would violate, the Constitution of the name of the undertakers bane In ''Jacksonville Tuesday, June 19. Money now In the general revenue a motion picture production. Fox

owers, funeral design. or bouquet the State and of the United Stat;,.. CANDIDATES REMINDEDA log charge of arrangements, Boree Funeral services were bel dat Pine fund will be used to pay the legislative Films' latest release "Stand Up

gether with the name' and ad- Its publication would b." useless J. Thomas clerk of the circuit & Glddens were omitted, and we Grove cemetery near Raiford, expense of $220,000 before I and Cheert" will make Its appear

teas> of the person to whom you expenditure of public funds and court, calls the attention of candidates wish to take this method of correcting Thursday June 21, with Boree the end of the month. and on the screen of the Rita The

'l alt them delivered may be band should be enjoined." to the fact that Thursday this matter as It was Olddens In charge of arrangements. e atrt on Sunday for an engagement

it to the local agent here Mrs. Frank El Jennings, of counselfor : July 6, is the last day for filing through the courtesy of their representative Survivors besides her parents, are MISS ISABEL FERNANDEZ of two days. 'Among the

inlaw, the florist, who will Im- Moss, contended as' an additional their first after primary expense Q. Ho'Bennett, that we three sisters. Dorothy: Lois and JOINS TOUR FOR SPAIN! many star names that stud the roster

"dlately telegraph the order to a ground of invalidity that the statements. received this Information. Bessie. of players are Warner Baxter ,

,aided \\1'. T. D. florist in the town amendment "Is misleading to the james Dunn, uauge Evans,. RalphMorgan "
Miss Isabel! Fernandea left Tuesday -
city where the delivery Is to beads Shirley Temple NigelBruce ,:ii,
voters. for New York City from
and that florist will delivere Arthur Byron, John Doles
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what it lie where she with a party of friend
"It can't mean say.
flowers exactly when and Stepln Fetchlt.! In the sup
design continued "because It can't violate -0 of whom ]:\'. Marlon J. Hay of the
id as directed with your card and porting cast are a number of famous
and the State for Women Tallahassee -
the contract of the bonds College
!" age attached, reporting back F entertainment personalities, w
cannot be exempt o>from was a member sailed on
the local office by mall that the property among whom are Sylvia Froo. a4',
the boat Saturnia of the Italian
service charges 1 "
'livery' has been made. This serve liebt t Jimmy Dallas, "Aunt Jemima, ;
thuul-J be : Line for The en
amendment Spain. party
I "If this e
e much needed here and will be Mitchell and Durant, and Nick Fo-' ,
voted the courts could slam mandamus route will visit the Azores, Lisbon,
'Predated' of ,
the citizens
by ; the county tax; IIIII Gibraltar, Palma and Barcelona, ran.The
upon
lance and vicinity. Is that of a Broadway 'i.,
story
I sessr.rs requiring'' them to assess and from the latter will go by
\ homestead for its share ,>f l train to Madrid, where they will theatrical producer who Is called y'
ES ON AIR MAIL, i every
by the President of the
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month studying at the upon
the interest and sinking fund"- .Corpaym.nt spend a
HAVE BEEN: LOWERED :: infra At9M e
of principal and inteetirton Centra de Estudlos Hlstorlcos. Following United State. to help restore pros
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--' RIM9ttAalO s.t1b perity by reviving the spirits of the F
g this school month the party
A. bonds.: .1 I
new Issue of air mall stamps .:\ 1. people through a gigantic amuse.meat
will spend' several weeks travelingand
id stamped In the six- "If the Legislature wanted to ,
the
envelopes .' to return home aboutSeptember I campaign With creamof
nt la In homesteads of ama') 'taxation expect t
denomination now proc- triieve or 1. the entertainment crop at his
s of preparation to meet the pub- ," he said. "It could set up some disposal the producer puts on display t
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demand In accordance with the new form of taxation without the lavish amusement
the most
duced rate, which becomes effec- necessity of a constitutional' } k ..,...-', .. WOMAN'S CLUB SPONSORING I units ever produced. 7

ve July i, 1934;according to an amendment. such as here pro- ) 0 e r.r' ,.' BENEFIT PARTY ON JULY 6 Among the thousand and one

nouncement this week.by Poetaster eased". / wonders Id the picture there'are
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" Jeannette C. Young. ,A resolution, submitting the 1e; The Woman's Club of Starfce will hundred of dazzling girls a vocal

The six-cent: air mall postage 'amendment to, the people was ,r sponsor a benefit party at the clubhouse :chorus of 500 1,000 players 33ft

imp will be Identical In size and adopted by ,the .1933 Legislature. Friday evening, July 0. scenes, 1,200 wild animals and five y

"ego'with the present eightcentr By_ 1U wording, the amendmentsaid r'! Games; such as bridge, rook dominoes bands cf music. From, this assembly ,
"mil "'Then.ball be exempted. rr. checkers, bunco and others s
stamp, the only alteration : f'T' r" of players, KeD.. and mush, e
'ing that of the demonlnationraj from all taxation,other than special 'e oa..Mf will be planned] for all. come five breath-taking spectacles

to "6" and the color from assessments for benefits to PI....'be ready to'' make reservations .> and five authentic Mm,' bits that

The teen to orange. every head of a family who Is a l for your "..am.* 'when a all give promise of being the dance

new six-cent air mall citizen of and resides in the Stateof 1t I 1 member of the committee calls on ,tunes of the world for 1934. A'-U.

unpeoJ envelopes will have em- Florida the homestead 1 .i ''f ,vane reports on the film indicate.

'*ed stamps corresponding the up to the valuation- $5,000- you.Lovely gifts were donated for that It Is one of the most elaborate << -

'""So on the current eight-cent I Attorney General Cary'D., Lan- the party by the following ,business undertakings Hollywood has sever
r wall; \ envelopes, with a change I die some time ago ruled that 'the "i IN? 1.j 11"PcLRIoN ,, houses of Gainesville: endeavored to create.

the denominational numeralm 'amendment covered homesteads of ) 1.1.... Shepptuxl's Gift Shop, i _.--....-.- .-_ ...-. a
-&' to than $3.00O valuation and on .
, aand wm be print- less BalrdTs Hardware C1.. Wilson's, ItlRTII
In orange cok t'. The elx-cent! 'those valued at more than that the Cole's Florida Theatre, Polly Anna ,,Jlr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner

r wail envelopes wilt be available exemption would apply to the first J Beauty Parlor.. Otto Stock Terry'sGift Stance boy, June 20.

:Yen cents *-.ch: cr four for $5OOO of valuation. ti Shop. dalaesvllle Furniture Mr.' and )(:I's. William Red
aty-flve cents. Air mall .Is now Store, Woobtworth's, McCrory's. boy June 22. 4 '

r -ents for each ounce or frac- NEW STORE OPENS .>,..'<, ., r .,-, .. Mr. and Mrs. U F. Smith, yiStarke
"It thereof and by adding a spef I Damplers Hardware Store this ..: 'The -'major quantity ot the boy. June :24.

;f delivery stamp the best per week opened la the building for- wets "-1 world's supply of rocnor.lte comes Mr. and Mrs. Sampnon Johnson '

service Is available.' Air mall .merly occupied by the Starke + .0t'" 4s: : from Brazil. New River, boy. June 23.Utr ,1}s<
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O jttd In ststrke post office be- Hardware Furniture Company. wY fIt -a and MM. EUt Starling, Cratum \:

re 3:40: p.rn. Is scheduled to reach 'P. A. Dampier proprietor of' the W' Iron comprises about*>five percent girl, June 3&r: t'' i \

* York or,Chicago\ the follow- I'new store' ,is formerly ,of High Y wL00KS. ,.: \, of .tu.weight) cf, the,a nth'" ids and Mrs, E.. N.' Coleman: fl, '

r g;.a13.;izatpiv1'40. e. Sprmg where lie>was tD., .business. .. !, -l i .." : I'lr{ ;,--v .A.t': : -.o ...' ". is; ;,,, ''!< '..i !" rl', ; 8tatk."glr )!. w kixl\, N t ,
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I, CO..M.I I Fogg Mrs.Thursday Sunday.J. W. Reynolds for Horseshoe and childrenleft N. C. I O.LAWTEY J. Phillip, Core; MlM THERESSA.MoZtlI- .. ->r, C.r. Airs.SAXTON W. A. Tyler, Cor. I Ic. For;>> Expert R pairingSmith's :

..... L. C.Smith, Mrs. Reynolds is to put her little
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son, Junior, In the' hospital at
.'+ spent the Greenville for several weeks'" treat- Injured By FallL. J. E. Green aud Jimmie Persallof C. Sumner and Miss Viola
,: Mrs J. with H. Surrency her pareuta. Mr. ment. R. Denmark who' resIdes a Jacksonville were visiting relatives J MaeTyler, both 'of this section GaragePhone
1 week-end
!; miles west of town, Thursdayhad Wednesday. ,were quietly married Saturday aftsrnoon -
and Mrs. R. T. Osteen at Brooker.Mr. Seth Roberts of Lake Butler Is few here last
x the misfortune while J. W. Gordon and I by Rev. E. L. Hicks In the
and Mrs. Austin Flower of visiting his hrcSther and sister-in- repairing Mr. and Mrs.
his.home to fall and Mae of Blue I presence of a few relatives and 120
t1 Lake Wales were visiting her parents -I law Mr and Mrs. C. B. Roberts. the roof on little daughter, Willie
I his He removedto week-end with her j'Irlends. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner will
;:J Mr. and Mrs J., A. J. McKinney fracture hip. was Pond spent the
a Jacksonville hospital by the Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swin I nake their home here. They have
parents
1'Ji Sunday. Only about 2,000 incorporatedtowns attending physician and Is reportedto I many friends who hope them much Wrecker Service Day or Night
1:1: Mr. and Mrs. Forest Reynolds in the United States can be .. dell.W. I
''rt and Mr. Phelffer of Jacksonville Identified from the air at present. be Improving. T. Zeigler of Jacksonville lapplness.
: were dinner guests. of Mr. and Mrs. spent 'a few days last week with A revival meeting Is now running -
5 9,$ H. M. Wasdln Sunday.. The United States"exported rice Focal his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. J here each night Stirling at
countries. last Rev. James Lyell who has been f:30 o'clock In charge of' Rev.
than and family.
to fifty Zelgler
of more
Liver
Mr. and Mrs. George Conway Your Bile
Wake
visiting in Morrlstown Term., returned Hicks. More help Is expected. Up
;', Palatka were! visiting: Mrs. Con- year. Mrs. T. P. Denmark of Starke
Tuesday. service.
\... the week-end here with her' 1 Come and enjoy each
1I Jf Mrs. M. B. Plummer and daughter spent afternoon
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I Jean Sunday
, Tyler spent
>Vw parents Mr. and Mrs. F..Fender.
'"''' Miss Lucille were shopping In at Kingsley Lake with
, 'I J. E. Adkind of Jacksonville is -Without Calomel
p'tf
Jacksonville Monday.
at the home of R. M. Her- friends.
visiting ,
Clover Farm Store Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bohannan Mrs. Frank Sumner and children '-
; who have been visiting at the home sey.Mr.. and Mrs. E. K. Powell and I spent Sunday with her mother, And You'll Jump Out of Bed Ii tkli bit. I. sot flavin frtoI, ,..
and Mrs. A. M. food donn't dlswt. It lust *ec.n' .
of her parents Mr. |I.W
Sire C. C. Sumner.
4 little daughters, Doris and Betty in the Morning Rarin' to Go ......1.. Cm MOB up your itomich.To.
:+a FLORIDA Blanchard, returned to their home Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Degalo of ..
: STARKE, Lou have been visiting Mrs. Powell's be m thick bid tut. ud sour beet
at Miami Monday. Jacksonville were visiting relatives If feel our and sunk and l la foul ikla often break gut In ty!
I and Mrs. C. A. you
parents, Mr. ..... .
D. B. Browning of Raiford was swallow I. Your bead sobs nd,OD
world leaks don't -
I the panic
Wednesday.
!' SPECIALS Saturday Youngblood. They were en route sere Bad out. Your whole muim .u poitoHiIt .
4', Friday visiting friends here Tuesday. from Mr. and Mrs. B. Batten were attending a lot of salts, mineral water,
home-at Everglades takM thaM
to their rood old
+1'' Maurice B. Gill FERA work director to business in Starke on, laxative candy or chewing LITTLE: UVKB: PILUta rat CABTES'l&IIao..
for this county was a busi- Mississippi gum and expect them to make you pound. af bile .lowlnr, frnly ud
Mrs.'W. T. Zeigler and little son Phursday. suddenly sweet and buoyant and feel "u. and out
afternoon. The
ness visitor here Monday you up. oanuia*y
Jaz of Double Run wasn
1 FLOUR Self Rising Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Jackson- Thomas, and Miss Ruth Zeigler are Bryant full of sunshine. d.rfal. BBrmlra. ctntl. iubli ..
this section _.... .
ville was visiting relatives here visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan Monday. For they can't do it. They only trctl. .wk bile flow
6 Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lbs. at Waldo.R. move the bowels. and a mere move- th. fntly.:
'k
Thursday. Asia is the only continent of The But don't ask for lUer pllli. AtJrCarte" hi
., has been resid- ment doesn't get at the cause.
V. May-who .
'It M. F, Brown of, Tampa was a UttU LI..er Pills. Look far!
which the is native.
25c 45c 85c business. visitor here Monday. ing at LaCrosse is visiting his parents tiger reason for your down-and-out name Can.,'. Llttl. Ll.., Pille
is liver. It should
feeling your on the rod Ube4. as.st a
,Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May.
Miss Virginia Miller, who has School children of Scotland will pour out two pounds of liquid ubitltut. Kt Bt drug .to....
& been spending some time here, returned -,. Miss Mildred Phillips returned have a course In telephoning. ,bile into your bowels daily., ,,Obit C. ... Co.'' __
3 Tall 6 Small 17c to her home at Jacksonville last week from a visit at Jackson
H' MILK_ ___-_-____ or
ville.
Monuay..
ARGO STARCH ?,.__ ___- _Each 2c Miss home Marlon at Jacksonville Sapp returned Wednes-toher Gainesville Mr. and have Mrs..recently R. G. Zelgler been vis-of

tiSP his parents Mr. and Mrs. J.
iting
P Octagon Soap or Powder. .Each 2c day.Mrs.. L H. Mill was visitingIn J. Zelgler.
Starke Saturday afternoon. Warren Milton and Eugene

RAISINS ____ __ ____ _Package 5c Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore of Youngblood of'Tampa are visiting
Jacksonville spent the weekendhere their father; L. L. Youngblood and

MUSTARD __ .,. ,Jar 5c with relatives.' their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. FORD PRICES
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradtne C. A., Youngblood. ,

ICE CREAM POWDER. ,Package 5c were visiting In Jacksonville Fri- We are glad te report that Mrs.A. .
L. Sullivan is able to be out
day.W.. H.,Edwards and A. M. Lewis again after a short illness.
GRAPE JUICE __ ..Bottle 5c returned from New York city Fri The revival meeting which was
held ]last'week at Hope Baptist

PAR TEA.. ___ -_I/a.Lb. Pkg. lOc day.Miss Jewel Boyer of Ocala Is visIting Church under the direction of the
at the home of her sister, pastor Rev. J. E. Newton of

Hitter's PORK & BEANS ..4 Cans 15c Mrs. W. F. Moore, this week. Starke and assisted by Rev. G. E. REDUCED,
George Counce. Waldo was a McGauley of Brooker closed Sun

a? Salt or Matches__ __ .3 Pkgs. IQc visitor. and here Mrs.Monday.Mr. W. C.. Woolen were day night.by large The meetings and appreciative were attended "' .- .

SLICED or CRUSHED hopping In Jacksonville Saturday audiences.< ,
afternoon. Mr, and Mjs. Floyd Crosby and
15c
Can
'PINEAPPLE--- 2
Mrs. Pearl Schuman of Madisonwas baby of Starke were visiting her
visiting here last week. sister. Mrs. C. Sullivan and family, Effective Friday June 15 prices' on Ford V-8
,
Salad Dressing or Relish Spread, Jar lOc Miss Mattie Harley of St. Au- Sunday.
S gustine spent Wednesday here at Jake Bennett, of Clearwater is
ilY?, Rice __ 10 Lb. 41c Lard, Bulk, Lb. 7/2c the home of her parents Mr. and visiting his sls'.jr, Mrs. C. Sullivan Passenger Cars, Trucks and Commercial Cars
Mrs. A. H. Harley. and''family.W. .

k NECK BONES_.. ___ ---Pound 5c Mrs.was D.visiting Lb Blackburn rlends of here Sanderson last- were.transacting W. Packham business and'J. R.in Truest Jack- were reduced- $l0.- "to 20. These, reductions repre-


; Pork Sausage or Weiners_ .2'Lbs. 25c week.Mrs. C. Dinkins and daughter, sonville Camp last Wlncoma week. at Crystal low 1934 there
sent
prices models as
Miss Dolly, are visiting relativesand Lake, opened last Monday with new on *
-
Spare Rib and Pig ._3 Lbs. 25c friends In Tampa. forty girls for two weeks' encampment -

'yf The Baptist and Methodist Sun- They are under the direc- have been no Ford price increases this year.
ROUND, LOIN and T-BONK basket pic-
day Schools enjoyed a tion of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McGeeof

j STEAK__ Pound 15c nic at Klngsley Lake Thursday. St.' Augustine.
James T. Moore of Plant City ----,--

F BUTTER .. '_ .Pound 28c was visiting here over the week- More than 300,000 acres of land
are devoted to, golf In the United
I end.Alex Howe of Galnesvlltle spent States.
Sunday with his sister', Mrs. A. A.

Smith.Mr and Mrs. M. L. Crews of PARKING Plenty of SPACEAnd FORD V-8 PASSENGER CARS (112( -inch wheelbase)

Ralfqrd visited relatives here Sun-

r day.Mr. WITH STANDARD WITH 'DC LUXE
LAST CALLPublic and Mrs. E. B. Wells and
children are visiting In Brunswick BARBECUESSANPWICHES EQwPwgNT: ..EQUIPMENTTUDOR

1 Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were SEDAN; .. $520 $560
visiting relatives In Jacksonville COLD DRNKSHALL'S .
Sunday. ,COUPE 505 545
1 Benefit Sale Miss Lucile Pierson of Carters- At
vine Ga.,. la visiting Miss Lucile PLACE
FJummer this week. FORDOR SEDAN 575 615
' Hallle Jones left Tuesday for Near'Seubourd Depot
: AT THE DeLand where be Is to be given a VICTORIA 600
(j tryout on the DeLand baseball ,

4 Dixie BARGAIN Store team.Those attending a house party OvN RES CABRIOLET .' 590
\ Over the weekend at the Torotie VI
cottage on Kingsley Lake were: *ROADSTER
4: STARKE, FLORIDABARGAINS Miss Luela Tatum, Miss Mary Lee ., 525
Wynn.Miss Ruth Rowe Miss Lu-
cile Plummer, Miss Abble Harley, PHAETON > 550
. .
Miss Elva Lee ReddUh. Miss An
1 tharlne Blanchard Mr, and Mrs. '- '
Theaa'prlc's
Vernon Rowe, and Halite Jones. I ; remain unchanged .
feI 1 i .
.
w..w.a. ,. ,

I GALORE ALL OVER THE STORE SANDY LANE ;

{ I Miss Puullne Greene, Cor. FORD V-8 TRUCKS AND --COMMERCIAL CARS
have attended
if:! We don't care bow many SALESyou

W We don't care how CHEAP you saw goods advertisedWe -
% WHERE Mrs. C.' Johns of Starke spent, I Commercial Car Chassis-112-inch $350
don't care WHEN or wheelbase .
the week-end with.her sister, ,. Miss

;i; We GUARANTEE YOU. that OUR 'PRICES will be Ida, Misses Sweat.Mildred and Genevieve Truck ChacsU-131-inch vrh.*lbasa '. ., .' .. 48: **
TO .In ..
UP
to back this statement Saunders were visiting Misses year tare wi.-
'We stand
much lower. ready up '
T' with cashtSHOES t tIt Rosa and Edith Moore of Hell- every nerve at high i tracIaiLttsgys.'aui .wu. Truck Chassis-157-inch wheelbase . '. 510
{: I bronn Monday afternoon. ?

; Mrs. Onle Alvarea spent Sunday Watch ...., ,
It; O..rwsrbd Stake Truck (Closed Cab 650
) 131-Inch
wheelbase .
:
FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY with her cousin Miss Josephine .ern IDa7 had'to -.
Greene. as,. Nvn.a H"MlB N.*....
w
Also Clothing Dresses Underwear. Hosiery, Notions Miss Genevieve Saunders spent '.... ,. III' .' Stake Truck (Closed Cab) 157-Inch wh lb.M 715
the week-end In Starke visiting .f -.,
Hats Suitcases Etc. .. dglilnMWs. .
>y her cousin Miss. Ida Mae John .
'. III.. .,. addition
to above,price alto other
Mrs. K. E. Greene was visitingher were ruc Jr.t iii a belt dIke
:$ SEEING IS BELIEVING COME IN slste*. Mrs. R. H. Williams '.... ..... : Commercial and Truck hypes from $JO to" S20
Sunday afternoon. .. ..... .....'"-=IT== r ,
CONVINCED Manuel Rodjlguei of Penney .. --- ALL PRICES F.O.B. .
AND BE DETROIT
:I Farms was visiting :Miss Pauline. )liner ;;. ;. Y .
-w-= Greene Saturday evening. ...... .... ........ .. :
Miss Ida Sweat, Misses Mildred ...J. t=.. ..... .....
11 and Genevieve Saunders made a .. __ T11"' ....
Dixie BARGAIN Store business trip to Stark Tuesday. 11M..jig dYy ataw

Roy Carter and little daughter
t i Betty Jean of Hellbronn passed FORD
| (NEXT DOOR TO.THE CLOVER FARM STORE) through this section Monday. ( > ( "I-- MOTOR COMPANY

K?, 228 EAST CALL ST. STARKE FLORIDA Growing----S. hog need growing pas- I. ''i(: \ I I,' \ r I-

tures.: -

.. .,4 ,Me.INn; 1K A'yn"f IM $'v .yap r 1\.1\\ \'Ilvn'- ?lt er'St:' : ,.\! ) ,

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Blk S In New '
HAMPTON River _23-24 8 20 ._ T'nlfnowii ..._ ._ 1.811
I NAVW! of 8EU-- -2J8W 8 20 40( C. K. Andrew __ 11.00

MIfts Ada Nimmo, Cor. '4 of SWH\ & 8W% of

FARMERS SECTIONConducted LIVE STATE NEWS SKH4' -.__27NWii S 20 80 Vnknowti _w ...,___, 11.80
of NK<4_218H14 A 20 40 T. U. HdwuriU.__.._ 12.47
of SWH A 8H of 8\i 1
'Mrs':' Josephine Sullivan spent of BE'4 __ ._._______ZWV4 !I '8 3(1 80 Eugene Byreh--__.._ 21.88 '!

by Demonstration Agents the week-end with her son! AI and News of Florida in Short Paragraphs of WW>i.______88 a 20 NO 1.I. N. Newell_________ _, 24.na, I
K' of 8KW _11\1\ 6 80 NO N. Newell------------ 34.80 1
Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa. L j NWVi Of NWH.._____.89 8 80 40 Unknown ._...______ ,,_ OeLLots
Ira Brown of Gainesville was I. 2, a N" of Klv"r____DO 120 SilO Unknown ____________. _. 89.78
a N'4 of Lots 4, 5, 6-81 8 SA 120 Vnknown __.-_-____. ___ 84.04
_==--0. business visitor here this week __ UBi sn44" of sEt4.----------82 8 20 40 T. M 8tephen.16,80 1'Vt9 .,
-- -I Mrs A. C. Hall has recently returned % of SWVi of SWVi a of
road: ..33NBH 8 20 1II"T. M. Stephena--------. 10.19(
Fight To Save Cattle to her home here after a CCO OFFICER KILLED BODY FOUND ON HIGHWAY & 01-NK'i.__8.1: 6 20 4(1( Kiigvno Bryan..._______ 18.89

RURAL visit with her, son, R. V. Hall, and PERRY-Claud* E. Buchanan CROSS CITY-The body of Ber- Ii1W14 of Ioth1 .. -_-.----,-- 93S3: 6 :80 40 ,v. R. HnilirxaItobt. __._______ 15.89 vEt4
of IIEIIo__... ___..____. 4 20 HO Matthews90.33:
From Screw Worm Is daughter, Mrs Paul Kickllter, of Jr. of Atlanta oond lieutenantat nice Dees Cross City man, .1
SENSE 1 young NW'4 ox 10 A In SW Cor..34 tI 20 ISO Eugene Rryan----- 42.00

[ COMMON Underway Over State Tampa. a CCC camp north of here, was was found by passing motorists on Iot\4; of HWH_____.______'_84SWH 20 Unknown ........____._ 11.00 h'WIu

'JOHNSON Rev. Denaman of Melrose killed last week when his car State Road No. 19, one mile south MW"01; ex 1 X aNE14of for church-34 8 20 11(1( Unknown __._..._____-_ 31.84

By SPUDS preached two excellent sermons turned over at a bridge on a curve of here, last week. He apparently All _____________.......__ 1 7 20 641)4HO Unknown ........______ 186.84 t
GAINESVILLE-Cattlemen of I here last Sunday. killed a E+y A V a 7 80XO Unknown _?...___- -4.7t +
outside of had been by
Pf\rry. Instantly NWH of NWH"---- 7 41) W. H. H ,dea.---_::::: 18.89: ,: 'i
sow MUST BE 11SED'1NCROP the northern half of Florida have I Iheavy' Mrs. G. W. Shaw and daughter, -, speeding automobile or truck that NEt4 of NKH____--------- 4 T 20 40 I). J. O. Oreen. Jr.______ 18.311 rl

PRODUCTION WORK gone to arms against another Settle Jean, of Miami are visiting 88 KILLED failed to stop. NWI4 of BHU. ---------.--- 5 T 20 40 Unknown ........______ 8.31 '"
MOCCASINS
Invasion of screw worm : Mrs. Shaw's mother Mrs. H. F. Lot 11 ex 3 A In SB Cor r
OCOEE-A feat never before It NMi of Lot 13._____... 7 7 20 US I* A. Brown__._.._______ .44.71 1
been flies. With the county farm agent Chesser, this week.M. t SB (' of Lot '
and balances have MAY RECEIVE MEDAL A In or 11 A
Checks equaled in the annals of markman-
in each county as leader, a vigorous L. Watt rson and family visIted 1-3 A In SW Cor of Lot .
ound necessary In every field of ,ship was performed here last week LEESBURQ Elmer Herndon 12 ____________..-______ 1 .7 20 1 Unknown ______________ 1.41
are required fight to( check further lossesof Rev. Norris and family of La- of NE1d & SWIn nt +
activity. They swathedin 41411
boy lies
[
auroan when with one shot } C. Bryan 11-year-old ,
livestock and prevent the spread Cross. 'I- Alm that portionof
it long ago waa learned to deter- Ocoee police chief wiped out bandages, recovering from burns N15Vi of N\Vi. H o(

Ine whether performance Is In acrdance of this pest Is underway Miss Majory John and Jeanettle I eighty-eight water moccasins. sustained In an unsuccessful effort publlo roail-about a A... 8 7 20 123 Unknown ._,'1""' _______ ".911

with promises. Reports :coming from cattlemen Parker have been visiting the O. L. to rescue his grandfather from NR: 4 of NWH WU of

county agents and others to A. P. Harrison family at Lake Worth.L. NWVi AsciofNVtSt '
and confessions of faith TO REDUCE EMPLOYEES their blazing home, a number of nhoiit a Horm K ot t,
Creeds Spencer, vice-director of the Agricultural Johns who unfortunate
A. was so InitiatIng puhllo toad A NF.ot '.
Lake residents -
n the churches examinations given Extension Service and as to lose his property the TALLAHASSEE: Announce- County are $ Vie ex 1 A In tiN \:(>r.- I a '7 20 190 A. n. Hhnw____.________ 18,50
the schools, audits and In- ment that it would reduce Its number efforts to secure a Carnegiehero NW'4 of 8Wii-__________. s 'I SO 40 I. A. Hrown.-____ IT.TS
by county agent leader, indicate that Hampton Hotel, by fire, is clearingthe of One acre In 8G3 Cor ofNWVi '
the little
medal for
ntories made for business enterer the flies are numerous this season. ..ruins from the hotel yard and of) employes by approximatelyten eon NE\ of NW'8 7 20 1 Unknown .......- 4.68
all are forms of applying per cent on July 1 was made Mr and Mrs. Wesley Herndon of Com nt NK Cur of SW'i YI
The flies lay in the wounds, to his ,
eggs making preparations move '
fltMW&llIn'V210ft
.
which checks and the State Road Groveland. The fire, which ,destroyed \
|tile principle on ear tick or other Insect bites, or residence from Nevar Avenue to recently by Depart it 0n0 ft, H 110 ft, N 63(1ft

[balances are based.In other skin breaks. They hatch Into the location where the hotel ment. Another ten per cent reduc- the home, Is thought to to be*-8 A--.-,. 8 7 20 3 H. A Drown.--.._-____ '..110LOfti
same
tion be made on September 1. have resulted from a defective flue 3, 4 of Blk 3 Ward .
may
farming, the need for the system maggots which eat their into __ __ __ .
way burned. City 8 1 20 II. B. Crosby,________ 16.43
manifests Itself In many the flesh. They are capable of eat Mrs. Mattie Ward, who has been Lot 8, tt, JO. 11 of Jllk 7.Wnrd .
SHARK lUTE FATAL MONEY FOR PRISON FARM City J _. .-_. 8 'I 20 f.TOeteen--------. 18.43
phases. Checks and balances must ing out large areas, and if left undisturbed for several months with her daughter Lot.. t. :2. H. 4, (0 I of Illk 8.

ie employed to determine what eventually' kill the ani Mrs. Clarence Brown of Tallahassee MELBOURNE Doctors were WEST PALM BEACH Improvements Ward e'Ity ?.-.-_ 8 '7 20 Mra.. J. J. Morgan.-_____ 4.25
Reliance Is unable to save the life of eight- to cost $223,772 will be Lot. 3, 4, e, ". 7, 8 of Ulk '
tops are profitable. malThe ,.has returned to her home 10, Ward Oily ._____ R 7 20 Sire S. B. ]Molt_________ 8.61
year-old Richard Clark Best Jr.. undertaken at the Belle
placed on them in keeping track of flies breed in carcasses, and shortly Lot 11 (itlllk 11 Word City 8 'I 20 M. 1'. Mntheny.JV. ._________ 1.24
( In Judging the merits of livestock government counts show that one) here.Mrs. here last week, victim of a shark i Glade Prison Farm Including the Loin 8, 8 of Ulfc 12, Want
'labor, Bowden and daughter of which ripped the child's\ body with coantruction of seven new buildings I'lty ._- _______._ I A! 1 20 .., "-. WardUnknown ._________ 2,83
and In scores of other ways. carcass Is capable of, raising a mil- Macon, Ga.; Mrs. E. C. Morris and Lot 10 of IUI IS Wnnl. t Olty 8 7 20 -_...._._____- 1.24
[ Governments are obliged to devise lion flies. Thus, an Importantstep fatal wounds as he was swimmingIn considerable remodeling, Installation Lot 8, 8 ot Hlk 18 Ward it("
.
daughter, Earneatlne of South the surf at IndianAtlanticBeach. of a new water system Mtv .. .._. II 1 SO M. P. Mathony. _______ 1.83
elaborate checks and balancesin In control! is patrolling large Florida; :Mrs. Alice Fancher of Lot.7 of mu 15 Wnrrt City 8 7 BO Mr. !.aura 1>.1. Baxter_. 2.03: < .
all the operations they carry on. areas and burning or burying all and road ,repairing. Reinforcedsteel L: 1. 2. r. 4 of hilt it.: ( E
Lakeland, and Mrs. J. G. Lamo- and concrete buildings will be Ward flty .. ... R 7 20 If. t', Oainey.------ 13.77 .:
"Red tape" Is Inevitably the result, dead animals. Trapping of flies Is reaux of Jacksonville are visiting Lot 1\ of Ink Id, Woril\ ."ity. 8 1 80 U. T. Octeen-----. _.. 4.74 "
anti! frequently too much of It prob- also effective especially where car 70,000 INCREASE IN TAGS erected as a storm refuge to ac- Lots 1, 2.8. 4, 18, 13) of ,.
here this week. TALLAHASSEE-According to comodate several thousand persons. Ulk 18 Ward City..,. ..__ 8 7 20 -lL] O iiarref--------\ ..U
Is employed. Yet the careless casses are found. Affected animals -
ably --. .-. -. George H. "Wilder acting motor ve- Building plans also Include hous- Lot 8 of Dlk lit Ward' Pity- I 1 20 It.n Brown.-____.__ 8.10 \
habits of folks. In respect to com- need to be located as soon Lots 11 of CllicHI

munal affairs, renders It essential as possible and treated. hicle commissioner there has beenan ing units for a general warehouse tvi.ot9'd v 8 7 20 H. P. Lewie--------... 0.40 "

that adequate records be kept and .A detailed county plan of con Gum Branch increase of more than 70,000 produce canning plant, syrup canning 8'4"f8W'4ofNWi4&NW'4of8W4ex0AN< : .,,

these frequently compared arid In- ducting the fight has been drawnup registrations anoV purchases of automobile plant grain dryer.!\, dairy of I1y. ...n_ 9 7 20 nil N. a fltok..a.._________ 31.8ft!
license In tho stateso HWV4 of s3744.---. 0 7 20 40II']\ J.
ipected.' by Mr. Spencer W. J. Sheely, Elizabeth Haraage, Car tags steam plant and the reconstructionof --- H.Uroonr11.711'
far this year, as compared to a convict and guard quarters NI04'\ of NMV4 Ilk WH of
Output reduction efforts under extension agent In animal hus- N h. & NKii of NWU A .

the Federal farm Adjustment act bandry, and others and It has been similar period In 1933. NliJ11' of HWM- --__.._ 0 7' 20 100l'lIknnwn.ot.o..::.__-__ 40.8
Miss Gladys Keene of this section HATCHERY USED AS MODEL N Nld'4 A: NWU\ of
now have entered the., period of approved by state FERA"officials. I HwCi" A K'i:' of fWH' A
checks and balances. Resort to so that the fight will be unf ; m daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.I CORN KERNEL IN LUNG PALATKA-When Chsrles, ET Wife' of BUVi & NK'ot :
''
Item had to come in due time; and and most effective over u'LLftf H. Keeue, and Johnny Anderson, I I WAUCHULA Little Wanette Jackson a. deputy commissioner of Et.liJ't: .M'4 r-N"it,1.-- .10 7 20) 830' Unknown ---.,.-.--_,. ...n t.

has arrived. Acreage and an area as possible. In 'many In- son of Eld. E. N., Anderson, were Droudy, aged four, Is back home the United States Bureau of Fisheries NWM oC NWU tI\VM. 1

production the hour must be checked stances local tabor for patrolling united In marriage Saturday after- from a Tampa hospital, where she Inspected the fish hatcheryat ofSW"A" ..-_______13 7 10 480 Unknown ..?.________ ."

at 3:00 o'clock by Eld. C. A. was rushed last week to have a Welaka E'' SWJ1: of
'against the contracts that farmers 'and trapping Is being furnished by noon : recently accompaniedby NKV4 of NW'4.A

have entered Into. In Florida, the FERA. Crosby. green tern gernel removed from a George W. Davis, state commissioner NW\4' ot NW(. NKH
Misses Vesta and Odessa McRaeof lung. The child swallowed the of conservation the Federal of S'WVi ft NW'4.or
these affect tobacco, cotton and Last year a number of county 1'Ib:14'iFI' / < of Iotlt .H 1 1'tknown-------__ T2.41 'I
corn-hogs, and carried definite cleanups, financed by relief agencies Rising were the guests of Misses corn kernel and was taken to Tam- officer was so well pleased with Wi'* of NTCH of HBH---I! 1 20Sflfl: Mra.-L.llA J. Hough. _._ (641sIcc4ofNHY4en8ANof

agreements as to current plantings and the counties and led by Helen and# Dorothy. Norman Sun pa for the operation. the project that he requested pic road. __- .-__--- _..15 7 20 15 F. C. Ilolllntaworth____ tl.lt

of basic commodity crops and con- county agents, proved very effec- day. tures of the hatchery to take backto WU of NEW A NKH of ++

tive In.checking' the number of Mr.; and Mrs. H. H. Keene and TO RAISE TERRAPINS Washington as models for use NWH ItIr IQI{, of H1 14.1II 1 30 too Unknown ___._____-. 11I01 s
cerning the use for other purposesof family were the gueets of Mr. and COCOA-Raising black diamond at the Bureau of Fisheries. Jackson Fli] of NWH( of Sit"....._.15 7 80 20 Unknown ..______._____ eat
land rented to the,Secretary of flies and the loss of livestock. In 81CH of HWH. ox 110 A 3
." _Taylor County, R. S. Dennis, county Mrs J. D Reddish Sunday. terrapins on a commercial scale Is stated that In all his travels in A. 8WH of t.JE'4.U 7 10 70 J. W. Padgett..,.______.. 17.41

Agriculture.Plans 'made' agent, reports that 60O animals Mrs.' W. JC. Clemons and son being undertaken here by T., L. the county no finer or more ambitious 81'"* of BWH of NEt! A ."
that have been for ...
woiH Indicate that the Agri- were burned by patrolmen in five Junior, were the guests of her sister Vines and Gordon McGuIrk who program had come to hla at- Hit" of W HKH of NWH 1. .; ... .
the
weeks last year thus preventing Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Sunday. have established what is believedto tention. The Federal Departmentof NF of 8W'41anNW44f -

cultural Adjustment to -be wholly'Administration fair In- -minions of Dies from hatching, not J. C. Sapp spent the week-end be the first terrapin farm In the Fisheries now has eighty-nine .. HEH' C'.m.t.r1e leee 3 A. forUnaden 7 20 120 It. E. Btok! .,..._______ 50.TO

propones it. Supervision has been I to mention thousand trapped and with his cousin, Pete Burney of state on Merrlts Island. Between I hatcheries operating In thirty-nine NEH of RF1H'] Isis .H 4 A1e 7 20 84 Unknown _.".Tr, ,___ 11.03

handling the animals treated.. Lawtey. 500 and 600 terrapins of various I states In a program of conservation S1c'tiofsE44exN11AA.x10SASOAAS44! I ": h
under the State Extension ,
placed Miss Annie Mae Harnage of this sizes have been caught in nearby that Is hoped will Increase the '
Service which directed the cam- I Farmers can get detailed infor- of ,HWH\ <>' WH! SH Ir
mation about what they can best section spent Saturday night with ponds and creeKai and placed In propagation of various kinds \of of SEHof! swig--L.ale'7! '10 .0-.1' H,, KNlya.c.....'__4.__. 1I,1t ,
paign for having the contracts I- Beg at a pt 490 ft W of \ : :
of Woodlawn
do to save losses on theVr own Miss lena Hlllard captivity. game fish by thirty-five per cent. t
signed. Every farmer Is to be advised NE Cor of WU of NBHA .'
farms from their county agent, but section. run W on Heo IIn. .', .' w.
,
of the name of the supervisor 244 1-3: ft thence H' I.4. .
,
la
Mr points out that control Mrs. W. F. Harnage spendingsome ply .. ;
who'will visit his place. Acres Spencer NOTICENotice mils tn H line of saidNKH. .'-.w i
'_ must be over a large' area to be time with her son and Daugh thence H 844 1-3
will be measured by the supervisors ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Har- ft., thence NII mile to : .1
,, with the :assistance of the I'very effective.' Is hereby given that the followingIenprlb< <><1 In ruin, or no. much hoc. -14 4-5 .cr..U 7 20 1! E. X* Cro.bi"4 ___._-_ ''6,06 LL
,. 4> nage.A thereof. a. will be necessary. to pay the amount due ice taxea herein aetoppoalte NWH of NWH lesa IAN e

farmers. Reports are to be jointly large crowd from this section to the name, together with Pont of such Male. and a signed by the supervisor and farmer. Hints To Housewives attended church at Evergreen Saturday the will IJ'u old of trl'r auction.' on the 2nd day of July, 1834., at Htarke, NWH of 8KH A N4!! of '

Then,they must be approvedby and SWH N of J lyor.u.U 7 20 120 Unknown .., u..n.; .__ .....
II. night Sunday. Taxea 10 A W of Ity In N'!& of
at'least two members of the ... ... '
Misses Edna and Vera Lee LewIs IHwrrlptloa e T n A 0. A'uet.S (.'it 1 A all N lit of Lotnr '

county adjustment committee and from Boom DemoBBtratlon of II, 5-------------------16 7 20 90 Iirixlforit County Dank.. 15.45 '
Weekly and Miss Melva Crosby Rising % of 8WH andY4 of :.... . ___.._ _._
examined state I..r 6 IR 7 80 NO P. N. IKhuw.___.__ 10,83, lo
at headquarters.In ._
I Specialist, Tallahassee were the guests of Miss Elna Con All"SEH' Hg of? __B of River.2S-6 8 II 19 100 Unknown---------6 $2.80 :NI'JU: of NEMHWi ..----......_ 7 20 40 Unknown ., .-:....-____. .11..' i
case of doubt or inaccuracy, the SF'4 0 20 Unknown ?,_?.,.._ 4.88 of NI',t4 A H'4 of '
Sunday. All N E of NK'fl of Now
ner %
.
"\V'/
NW'4 & Nlv'or .
different .
win be repeated by '
inspection
IiOME-MADE FROGS FOR' Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Shaw and 8E14aall$1t44ofMOVNo A HEH N of ItlverNR'i .._.. ..21 7 20 110 Unknown -___-____ 81.12'.
:
trained workers. HOLDING VASE FLOWERS I daughters of the State Farm were Fe River.. -.___-aa <1 I' 140 Unknown .,1_..:.____ 28.87 of NEU ex H 14 A A" "
>
relatives In this section the All H of NK',4 SI 4 of HI-1' of NEt A N '
visiting
NNf'g91
CARD OF THANKS N\V'i a of Klver A NHy4f4a of 1 10 14. J. H. Kelly.---- .
times the .housewife finds week-end., Ii1W'. WH of 8EV4\ :" NF2
We wish to take this method of Many 'for There will be prayer, meeting at NE% of Sl '4.______. __.1. I herself with a bowl or vase NWi{; of NKI4\ AMWW 8W!4 of
thanking our friends for the many :which It Is impossible to buy a frog the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. NE'4. A: all NWH of ,*of River _. _____. ...___21 7 2(1( 10 Unknown'.._.._,..__ 18.16 w
deeds of kindness done for us during 01: NU HICH!, NEH .
Harnage Friday night. t'lH4: of N\V'4-.U 7 20 40 Unknown ..,...._____,- 15.3t
flowers erect. Galva- ofNWY4&Ni4otNWof
the long Illness and the deathof far holding School at SW '-"_____ II It 840 1Tnknown'u....__ 68.17 Ii',4 of HW 1 A NE 4 of .
be --
our dear husband and father. nized hardware cloth has been used There will Sunday N'''' of SWH"I__-_.- _-____I86NWH S'I DO W. II. A :'1. S. U."...___ 10.8.1 SWW a HWV. of II&W4..U! 7. 20 10 Unknown ''*___.."."", 11,10
J. Wilmot, specialist in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. & SWH of BWH8* S 1' 200 Unknown __?_-___--_ 80.74 VVi, nl MEM of K(4( A 4 a
Especially do we wish to thank by Roy Norman Sunday afternoonat 8V4/ of 8W: 3448. S% of SEHNV4 -- 1 7 ll 140 Unknown -,-_...-____. 12.00 KW\4\ of tlWA '__' ___."23 7 20 40 8. L. :rr..oottw-.. ___.- 13.55
Mrs. fumigation research with the Flor- every A' NW"NW'44ta N : A NI'':y 4 of
Committee
Hudson of the Relief of NE'4 R'i of
and who ida Experiment Station, In making 3:00: o'clock. NWH\ A 8EJ'4 of NBK! *. _:..N'/i_? _of.-.U NKswwT of 7 20 100 ;
Turner were Unknown ,
.__
Audrey ..._... 18.71 ;;
satisfactory flowe. frogs. NIJ! of 1IH\4.:\ 1 7 It 240 W. H. A M. a. Hay..*.... DO.8I "
10 kind to UII.MRS. very SWH of NEH SWI4 of'HWV Bum 80 chna W of NB Cor "f
One-half Inch mesh cloth I Is suit- EtZ of 8WV4 i>f sea all A run W 485 .
N. WYNN, _-__ 7 It JO ._-___. 40.84 yd., 8 Ito 1-8 y"", R 435: l'
MRS. C. A. ROBERTS; JR. able.With HIGHLAND mfSfTSBH--! ,_!____ J 7 19 10 UnknownHarrell......____ 1.28 d.1A13..1.-a.y.d.e to
CORRY WYNN, I a pair of snips, a equate or I 1 NKH Of NEH____-.-_-____ 1SEV4 7 It 40 J. V Kd wards...._____ 15.89 be .._ ...______ 25 7 20 10 Dank of Htarke____.. ..71 "y

round piece Is cut from the hardware M. B. Crew. Cor. ._ of NEH A EH of NW'! of 8WH A BEH of a'/ '
M. E. WYNN, ._. ____ .28 7 '0 80 Unknown .._,__.
I made as I MES4 _____ __ 1 7 It 110 H. C. Edward.04,71 HEHNWH .__.. ,11,48 i
NIRAM WYNN. JR. I cloth, being as large' 8'of/ NWH E% of A Sy: ',' of eWsy3/ 7 20 840 T, L. Lril78,59 d

DORA MAE WYNN. the finished frog I* desired. The W14 --.___h____. 1 7 It 140 Unknown -___-.________ 12.80 NH of NEH leea 1 A In f,
I NK Cor fur church.-.26 7 20 18 T. D. __
E' of NWH A NE"-' 01JW Dyal ..1.___ 10,11 i
.cross wires are cut a* far as possible H. C. Wlmbarly spent the week- !o U A HWVi of 8410: 1 ItIt 14O Unknown ___......_--__ {2.50 NIL A NIJ of NWH AEU Vi

oJNFTroHREINAWE' OF ,THE STATE away from the outside wire, end here with relatives. W'// of NWVi, of NEVi,.__U 1 2O Uenevtt Harrell________ 8.81 Nf4 10!: _27 7 20 280 Unknown ___.._____ 66,19 \

dins, To Rope H. Ed- leaving a row of sprigs all the way E. Baxley of Doctor's Inlet : NEY of NBU A EH ..fNW'4 fOl BEH"A"BWHofMEH !_!: .11I II f
a realdent of the City of New D. of .. 7 190 Jlra. Bulk Harrell..__ It." 120 John Orlffla. ..___......_ 49,01 '
York and Stat. of New York andwnoaa ,around. was a visitor her Monday.W. I >" ot-NW 4WY. 8W% of11 N"%- of liE'%" o----------- 11 80 Mra. Jleater Sapp.1,. 11.11 I

elie. I.' particular addraae and doml- I Next a piece 1 I. cut In the shapeof J. Bailey of Jacksonville wasa HWY. A ItW IE14 a" All ffiH of NWH of NWHM
:, 658 Rlveralde JDrlve, Apart- E% of IF.S %__11 1 It 244)) Uaknown 41.23 A: W of Public road- Y
sent with the central
8A. a cross perton visitor here Friday. NEY 0' NEh.-I. 1 It 40.1. l. Mattb.w.Z._ 15..1 IOAil4of NY1'Aof
, 'that are hereby noW to appear I the same size as the first piece from here to Starke Sat- NH of 8EH N of HI".rU 7 It 40 Unknown .._.__._ Ill fWNftvAN In HE Cur .
"
'n Visitors
......25 S 21 "
certain eau pendlna; 21 T. I. Monk___..,,,___ ,..,1 ,
I'to the Circuit I cut and the arm of the cross aa H. C. Wlm- NH of NWH A ___25 1 21
Court, Twenty-Sixth urday Included Mrs. sEiG NJIJ% of NEH of NWH 10 Horace Norma I.'Id ." "
Jurtlrlal Circuit In and NWH NBH! Of : f1 7 1. 140 Unknown .. .-__.__ 22.20 KEfJex -
of Florida, toAnn
long as the wanted height. The and Mrs. H. C. Wlni- ., N 1 20 40 H. U John. _..__ -
11.00
Mr.
["Bradford In Chancery berly, Sr., 88! % of NWy4.- r -- ol BWVi..34 I 11 70 Draw ;
County A n.ddiehie.7
N BEH
ntjUfd. Albert N. Bddtna ".. Row 'arms'are then bent dow' and the Wlmberly. Mr*. I !NEft of NE Miss Patty ._ I II 40
H.
I berly. NI'J'4 01 --?! C. Cone'--. ____ 13.40 lF
r. E.I.I le a inn divorce, wherein on the the relief 12th prayed day of center piece (the first ODe cut) Is Albert Norman and Miss Avis Nor- llWH A "In of NW SWH CoP, N of of road a ol .I11W------_____. 1.1 40 T. H.' Tyre..-.,..._____ 13.40 I"N

ri/! l14' otherwlae a Decree Pro placed In position about half way mawMr. 8 ana W of "O1 of!iii'44I 20 I P: W. <<.11."?.?.?_.. L.l ItW' 0; of NWH. Alan' t d di4 (

.or your'". will be entered against you, ,up, with the' sprig sticking out and Mr*. T. T. Blackburn, W 1w A.ofNpofsw44 com at 8W 'or of NWH "t i.,
7
failure .
thfT Jl3 FURTHER to appear ORDERED that through the mesh. They are then Mrs. Cella Grove and Mr. and Mr* of NWH _------....- I 1 20 20 II".. W. EL: 'Tarborouah7.14 of A41 BWH' lla.A run thenco'N B t hn.40 ,4',
! Order, be publl.hd once each bent down with pliers and hold the !
week Jo*'Frigo of Lawtey WWW visitor Pi44&NWY4otSl'1)44 "...r..., K 20 chna.
the' Dor four conneoutlro<< weeks In frog In shape.Thla ::\ thence W chne. thence ;
. Bradford County Tolei raph. a.ewupaper. Her Sunday. '_ -, ; NH of BWH of BHH. .s H to .beg-IS A- Alao2wHAofnWwL l'
Published In Bradford type of frog ha an advaa- Mr. N. T:- Green and children, 1 A In SB Cor for .c ala '
County' Florlds. ones in that the flower item may 4 A for road. .. I 1 Ie 171 R. F. M.rrltt-___ ...I. \ Ll.21AH f II 7t w. M. Wbllten.._____ 88.78
June I. 1)64.A. ,00H .. Ethel and Harry, *peatSunday : 01 BWK of S."_ I S 10 20 Frank StelnerIts' ________ ..,! .
J THOMA8. tap over 1 an* glass t* porcelain N' NEH B of river A NEH
herb with.relatives.. % I... road. ----ll Frank Btelner._.._ IT.O ui 4 .
Clerk of Circuit, Court, 11: 01 : II of pub-. MEH( except about 1,
be inserted from any angl" and B.: Uay All 8E14
c.
A for church A cemetery '"J(
Bradford County Florida jack Brine lie ro.A ..111 I I0 40 W. T. Turner14.If
1-1ltI7.-: ? ,? 4> cumber of Jackaowrlll were ..*.- 844 .1 8W1j--._I' 1 800" W. T. Turner.-. of. Branch A MEH A of NWjT BEH ofHEH N ':,'',

"OTICB of .PPLICATION' FOB' All members of the royal family ton bt Tuesday... 8Wy- 01 NWV. all )4W14 A NBH of HWH_3tNWH 1 11 151 W.;' M.'WIIUt.-..;.___ flip j;

TAX: HEREBY otf Eh1aid) have home saving Canon, M: Grlffto wa* In Lawt4yMonday. rood 0NW"...%,. road 11 o.,1.1a&graded of of NEH\ _.____ ..33NWM I 21 40 J. A. Holllne/sworth._.. 11..' !1.i
NOTICE
That 18 OIVKN, banJu.NQ'nCIII. wsy--______....1f < C* 4* Frank Btelner-._.A_ '...1'NE'4 of NBV A Nt!:jot tj
C. J. Powell holder of Tax 8W li 20 4. Mre. Mary K Turner., 11.00 NWH h__ .35 I 21 110 Drew Reddl.b---_._ ... "+
01 ::1
C.rtificat. )( H. C. ------- 8E .---------.6 1.1 40' Unknown ..... .___ .. 1
No. 141. 1th day of AnD. I 0. .aPPLIeATION POR Mrs.. J. W; Grfffla. nI. 8frio of 8W 01 EW'ANw4 IIE\4\ of __ "
Suet lIt1e.t., A. 182t. baa-filed aald ..r- I.BAVB TO.BKL1. MI*OPT. LAND Wimberly and Canon' M.. Ortfn* .-- i1{ t*' 4 I In my, fUoo and .jnade'a.- W'4w Aof NW Cot tar
nllcatlon for tax deed to I.... IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDOB. were visitors to Jacksonville Wed- E' 'W"avr14 Of .:''....171. __ ,14 I f* 17 Frank Btelner. __ I.... rhltrh, A 'N% of II H ofNK'.s '
thereon In accordance with law. Btate of Florida Bradford County.la % ? : .-______--._.., 3 I f8' 7N.. D. Or..n..___ ..... 't.I
Said rtlflcato 'embraoee the fol- Re Estate of Gloria( .loll a.. Minor neaday.. NE.I A In B.. liE". of 8W i a W% Of '
10"'ln* dencrlbed p"ope"t"..Itaat." Notice la hereby given to all 4J Cot *Nn.a.NE'4! ox IfW'4 o. ."'4_..___ I 1 JI 40 H. A. D.w.-. ...___.__ 13.1 /,
In ,.... .-.14 S* 7E. A. A Mabel Sspp.,... 17.01S2.8
Bradford County. FIo"lda, to-wit whom It may concern, that Tkelma FCOmvm-CAUOIa1"JACKSONVILLE 1 A In ) ,'" 8112\4\ .I 8)4.---- I I .1 40 Unknown _________" 11.4 "
8eelnning I !i0 feet Ea.t 01 North- Elisabeth Johna, aa Guardian ot Gloria I .1 a O 01 01 S I II 8. Unknown _.. I(. .
weet Corner 01 Northwest Quarter Johna. minor, will, on the Slit rrllx.. NN \ A $W3 01 SW3.15 1 10 110 Unknown ._?.-..___ N'l IIWw/14------ I 0 11 10 Unknown* _-_--__- u..t 1
of ortll..t: Quarter and ran South day of July A. D 1884. apply to the alias Fisher, was brought her.tart N o NWYu.f5W34..11: 1 101' 30 Unknown _____.___ '.CHI W,4WWof, 415:", k r.-- -1 J

Two( Hundred Tee It, Ea.t Font Honorable' fc. 1CPerrynaa.. CountyJudce to answwr N 0' t 10 1.1.; WTowne.nd.-- ----.__.._______. 4 t II 140 W. C. Rosier._.__ ".11
HUnd'- Twenty Feet.'North Two In and! for aald County, at bla week from Lou Aagclc SEVo: BEH: -.--1* I 1* 40 Unknown .-___ .... NK'lof NIa'4.A NW14 01' w
,. Ten *. WeltFour Han.lI.euo office In Starke.i In _lei County at an Indictment returned la 1021charging All Lota lCl2 fot New > NWH A NWH ofA E4sxY:
dredr.Twenty Feet- to beclnnln--. 1. o'clock: A. M. or aa own thereafter him with usintf the mall River ..... t.-.- It d M 110 Ray ...Mill Co....__ 17.40 BH of BWH. A' I '

Heeontalnin Five' Townehfp ..".... .. the matter can be heard, for All BH a of River o* 8I94uoft4Km1 01 IE'" ----4 I II 149 Unknown ......._____ ..... ?
ath. R ang. Twenty-two Baal, authority to MIl. at private sale, the to defraud. H* had bn missing ___-____.....__II I 20 210 Ray Sew Mill Co...-_ .1." of NE'H"TA"BBH oft e
I two ...r.. more or I.... Intereet of the aforesaid minor In since 1923. The Indictment charged t4 .w Y. .f NMN Nil:, of NWH.
The NE ?
.. eatate.In .
real
eeem*-f of mid property tho followlngt-deacrlbod :'" N3h 1 ,Wib31of A aaW'4! of NWH A
under the said certificate 'leenedth said County to-wlti ,- Felix" and two .others used the River. _-!t 0 10 to U.kgowna.._ 11.27 MW"%, A of "":* 1

wee' : name of Mllea Roblnaon. The W-. t half of the IootbeaatqHarter of mall Illegally in connection wittt a BE'4 et IW1..,,_____ .__t' '0 20 40 T. B. Edwarde_..-._ 11.00 *H-e* .SS_.--__-. --" / I SIII 410 Unknown ___ ..__ tl.lt ,
d.'ed.. old cerIflcate ....U 1M re-. of the Northeast. quarter I N14 4it 8w%" 01 IE%' _II 10 10 Hannah WilliamSO *__, .... B.WH of NEH A BB ofNWH
- according. to law, tax ..... Section II, Township I South. RangeSt aerea enema to sell advanc* information swig" of NEH: A 8W4NWH "," of I A NWH of .HBH5 120 ]I. j. KOIiInI_._ 17.lt'
or .s.11.0 th....". o. the 7I1a day East containing twenty on stock market transaction I A N4, I.W\\ liE,*" ft NBk A EH. of ,t
Do 1154. more or lea -U 1BE S 0 Fannere* Dealer Bank ..... I ,
fra. will 1M basal 1 4> Jtli of SE ---.s. d < NWl4 .A .c-'A. ," II 240 Uuknown _.__-- 47.1 l+
1l this *'* dry .1 Joey A. D- WhlebwaPPllea44on' on ?of NWl. ex 4I ANK .. BWH" of NWH 4fcTrwS"iai"
l :.Tn; the"pet tlon. for sale now George Washington twice received Cor. for church..21 C S* It B.'J. t. .. Keltey__._ 11.10 BWH\ ....___._ 1 II It Unknown ____._ IMS
Al l J. THOMAS, said Court.Dated A. D. 131THELMA /. every vote of tile electoral WH of NKH, A J(%.., All -.w..r t I 11 119 Uakaown ____, 131.1 r
Clerk of Circuit June 20th. :
Court, .
JOHNS NWJt .. _? 1 t* 11* Frank 8t.laer..a_ '11
.
'-16tl7./; | ****'<"* County, Florldav 4>128t7-10! | : JL1ZA.BJCTK: .Guardla> coDe,.. el4 et7Elt.: =-.+,-+_=.......U" S*, I* Unknown ..............r II." (Coa....... oe Pace .) anl'

.,

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<' e :
.W ,
: !J.jII.! ''r-," v ii'l 1 l -"Atl ; N1 .r ,
) 'J" _
t,'1.,,(' J H,1'\\ ', j.1t. ;"'- "" """' ., $ /:;' ;"W" !<'r .rWJr1t: : !'



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AGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELECKAFn. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY .IUl\"l!: ,?
.
___ )IB .
= SEMINOLES 'TO VISIT OKLA. For more than 700--yea;-

Outward i"Appearance Has Vital I Bring On i\m-\ FORT LAUDERDALE The copper mine of Sweden *his P'a .

I Far West calls South Florida'sSemInoJes in operation be 1

Woman's Nerve'' Specialists FinJ with the voice of the oil
Feelings -
"
I i Societv1 wealth of an Oklahoma Indian, NOTICE! U herel xoTiru"
who will furnish a bus and help County Assessor of Taxeenfor*' th

New Way of Doing Hair Fre finance. trip to the Seminole Nation the ford Board County.of Florida County will! oval II sett'I
quently Brings New in that state by twenty Indiana : Bradford Count, Florida\"omml.'lonot
JI otflce of' the Intl
off the Federal Indian Reservation Clerk nl t'
the
Outlook On Cuurt ('I.
LifeBy t 8t.lu. Florida '
1'' Senior Epworth League Woodmen Circle Grove west'of here, If plans now M. on Monday, .luly 16th.. Ht A. 1eo:
I>
Gives Silver Teal Gives Birthday Party ELIZAbETH CROCKER before, Indian Commissioner J. I* for the alld purpose r".IVlnll'ot hearing ,III,,.

Dlrtotor, NaUcntl' Beauty InitUwt let ; Glenn materialize. athee valu.. at any Propertysy.t..U" '
Member of the younger set Tuesday evening at the Masonic Wallace Cully Is the publicspirited or'p.r.onal. as fixed by KM 111 ; M'Assessor :''
1';i were delightfully entertained at a Hall, the Starke Grove Woodmen THOUGH not disputing the fact Indian. He recently donated m.nt Roll of Tax fop B the on y/1?"un'

it Sliver Tea by the Senior Epworth Circle gave a birthday party in that good health Is one of the .-W.T'is W Ilp5re Wft HijirvpJlie tij iVi-VJ two of his four automobiles, to and for the purpose of nireviewing '-'" ,'!,
t League Friday afternoon at the honor of the fifth anniversary of surest ways to good looks, nerve transport a party of ten Indiana .; and The.. Assessor| Poet"'."'.yseesment
Woman's Club.Summer the grove and the fourth anniversary specialists have found that women from Oklahoma, to ''visit the local and the Board of County of Tax'
ld garden flowers In of the dedication of the achieve a degree of Inner peace tribe In that party was Lewis .lon.r. may continue In I e.iijll""j' '>
Woodmen Circle Horn for Aged wileD their hair is such purpose from day to ? '
attractively arranged day ,,
shades of yellow and white werarrpngwii'to Brown, son of the former chief of on. week or as long B* I"!"
Members and Orphan Children, located their complexions cared necenmary. may' l lAirpurcona
ly advantage throughout the western,r group, and his wife,
at Sherman, Texas and tbelr bands '
for well-manicured
,the rooitas' of the club. who will take charge of the proposed J..ct to owning
assessment In BraafordPS"ty
The large ball was elaborately Skeptics may scoff sU they like, ,
of the expedition. Florida, are notified
During the earlier part to .
decorated with floor baskets of but every woman knows, bow sorry such meetings to make curs "'
I
afternoon the Intermediate Ep- the advisor irM n l al A plaint or give such eon
and
roses and lilies over ,for herself and how rare that everything : testimony ..
one-fifth to I I.
fI Texas from the value of
entertained Jyly grows
worth
; ,league was any property,
:
and stations were (f. r'al.
guardian all roDS she feels personal .. fixed
by
1 After a short program In which crepe paper decorations In lavenderand Just because ber hair needs a wave, one-third.of the world's supply of .... of Tax., upon the hi COUOI. Aaea., Ao.01' -
cotton. .. ..
Misses Marjorie McMillan and m nt Roll they may desire' ,
gr*% these beautiful decorations ; cr her skin looks splotchy and dulL .__ lIven
Lorraine Smith gave readings and forming a lovely'netting fo Silly Perhaps. But,,the fact remains r County Commioxloners of B'adftt' ,
Tommy Rltch played a piano solo, Gull eggs, about the size of -mmty., Florida! June
11th.
this affair. whether or, not we,,like It. A. D)
are colored a spottedrreenlah 1984.
a contest was enjoyed. They WEll'etben Little Miss Oarnita, Hutto, and It Is Important to face facts, goose eggs A. J. THOMAS: I'l6293tTlS -. .
invited into the sun parlor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. both pleasant and unpleasant brown. | | '
where punch and wafers were. dress of "'hen"''we _
i Hutto, dressed in a long Perhaps It Is became
:'served.
r ruffled red organdie met the guestsat ourselves are conscious of looking
The older members of the league the door and presented each poorly we Immediately become self- '
and their friends enjoyed a delightful guest with a small pink sack In conscious and uncertain of the Impression 1n IF YOU WANT ANYTHING'

hour from five to six. which they were to put their offering we are making on others. ly tt.
''Miss Evelyn Stump, accompanied this offering being put Into Alt this can be remedied, It you w t
by Mian Marjorie Stump, sang two the beautifully decorated birthday but set yourself to work with a will
lovely local soloa. Mlaa Mnrjorle cake so that everyone had the Is the opinion of Kathryn Innlsfall. \WELL DONE !

i Stump then gave several amusing pleasure of having a band In.the. beauty counsellor of tbe Melba
f; .readings. Following this Mrs. dough. This offering will be sent Charm School. She Ufefestclbat In 41tt "'e safeguard our customers by lining all
>Clifton Brown rendered several to the home at Sherman. these "poor-me" cases a'woman1.doa D the work of bringing food from Hinnnrres
musical numbers. After an'Inter- The Starke degree team, under little eiperlmentlni: with her1 ap Once,"made-up" Claudette Colbert goes about her duties without to the store counter. Only bv

,estlng contest in which Miss Mina the leadership of Miss Gladys Williams pearance. Sometimes ass entirelynew worrying about her appearance. doing the whole Job ourselves can we

ManaMa won the prize the guests all dressed in white evening type of haircut cr balrflrcwi most'often tbe. woman with most color schemes sbe had never worn have complete control over the qualityof
Y werevnuhered' Into the sun parlor gowns, put on- the flag drill and can result In an entirely new point line who gets Into a self-pitying before.: every Item we sell..

:.Where' "ptfcich 'and wafers were seated the state officers and puton of view Sometimes a new perfumewill .lump-can arrange a dally beauty Added assurance brings added IITAltoato Take butter for Instance. "'e go to the
a; served from a beautifully appoint. the junior graduation. .Mils wake up your desire to please routine for herself. She will get re- poise; the consciousness sources of the best butter and often: pay
Y ed table. Vonda Inman was graduated/Vlth,/: and attract. Perhaps you'll renpnnd suits that will surprise ber. Shell that yon EREEcOHOMYRULES| producers a premium above the market
; ; Miss Sara Sewell met the guests a beautiful ceremony Into the atjjult best to a bleaching treatment, !fled that tbe new way or doing her are more than "presentable" make. | | price so that we can be sure of getting
tT ,aa they arrived and standing In the branch of the order, and the junior watching your skin grow clearer hair seems to make' her none look It possible for you to forget your ia sss ss *ssBBssBBBl the best.
Mrs Mae .Thomaa.''" -" and prettier day by day. Or, maybe I barter; that the new perfume si(inlates appearance and be a better conversationalist. '
presented
line Miss Lois
? ,receiving were Long, sponsor The same kind of rare Is taken In selecting the other HUll! or no
Miss Georgia Kathryn Haynes, to the graduate a huge bou some of the,Ylvtd new' polishes I ber Interest In others aa well Result That you have food Items sold In A4P Stores.
.Miss Kitty Hogsed, and Miss Bundle quet of lavender dahlias. Miss In- for the nails will make you fed ae their Inf..I'.t'n. her: and that I forgotten how "simply awful" you
'yt; :': Canova. man's mother, Mrs.Vonda Inman, more vivid and vital. the new lovpllium of her complex.Ion feel because everybody Is saying
who Is guardian of the grove;''assisted Certainly the woman with leisure. makes It poiwlDla for her to addewcolor "bow awfully well you are looking GRANULATED; DIXIE CRYSTALSUGA'R
!!" time-and listen, my dears, It's I .* to her"wardrobe" "
y'' ; Miss Pearl Manning during these days!
The remains of the dodo bird, by .. iI II I
and Mrs.'' Beulah Saxon, I, ,
'extinct since 1693, are found only chaplain I Pounds 23c
j 'on Mauritius Inland past guardian, presided during the Saxon In appreciation of her s rj. .
Miss Inman was also Ice to the grove. pfl
I presented ceremony. a handsome graduation Splendid addresses were glv-{ *gj 5bp' :Late RISINGMr. IONA, Plain of S.R. 6 Lbs. 13 Lbs. 24 Lbs. 48 Lb.

pin and was welcomed;,into the en by Mrs. Garris, on District I
adult, branch. Work; Mrs. Davis, on the Home In 19 '? ; .. II. M. Mrfta*. C.'. FLOUR 27c 48c 93c $1.83

Miss Susie Davis, attendant, and Sherman, Texas, and Mrs. Strlck- f o, Classify
Mrs? Mildred Powell, assistt attendant land, who organized the grove, 6 FINEST SHORTENING l-Lb. Ctn. 4-Lb.Ctn. 8-Lb.Ctn.
presented the state off l- spoke on the splendid growth ofthe RUSSLU. KAY Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hersey and
Sesrstwy. Florid Prw AmJtmrIf children of Jacksonville: spent Sun-
ers and as each was presentedjto grove ;since its Organization COMPOUND 8c 32c 59c
: day with Mr. and Mrs J. M. Her
five .n '
tn short talks
the guardian, Mrs. Inman, she years ago; were
turn presented each with a corsage ,all'o l were given by others present. somebody were to ask me to seyMr.
oil '. ut summer flowers The honor.tYguests t Members: of, All Friends Camp prepare a list of things we could and Mrs. Jim Hersey were r.

.4h it'How of the evening were Mrs. No, J38 W.O.W.., were guests of the get along without I would head it called to the bedside of their Fancy Blue Rose WHITE HOUSE
t Progress's Erma Oanrta of Gainesville; district grove'at this meeting and following with the Official State Campaign brother-in-law, Roy Denmark of
i is Made Possible ; : president, who payed her of- this meeting a social hour w\s Book Issued according to law by Woodlawn section, who was 'seriously WHOLE GRAINRICE EVAPORATEDMILK

q ..... lose /hs ...,.. m/t MmaMnt .fplant tidal visit to the grove; Mrs. Leila enjoyed; when '"refresbmenta of .Seqretary Gray. Injured by a fall.
'q yy',rrlwuW tp2w.w.di.p. or.1v t Davis, state president, and Mrs. sandwiches, cake and iced tea vi res"rvod ,The booklet Is supposed to be J. W. Buddtngton and daughter,
54 WaI *,Iwwn'- '* lW .ini.. .. .! both the refreshment' published and mailed to all Ernestine, arrlved from Rhode Is-
ti-I-'.. h..r.r ..._1_ Cz.dNrM Alice White, district manage, by committee registered ,
.11 .... push. MMlhl Its. fc..s. ./ I t of Jacksonville; Mrs. A. C. Strlck- During; this period Miss : voters, to acquaint them with land Saturday night. They are
{. j ...-..ar .n..ar.-veer. r.wWI land of Lake Butler,,,national representative Marjorie Stump gave two clever the candidates, but Instead of Impartially spending a few days at H. :M. Mc- 5. ,Pounds 22c 3 Tall Cans 17c
.+.,..-.,s.i..l.r OSi .
]
aU Rae's.
l w4 _.mlT >n/i4v Ilit world Uta mtr and past state presi- readings Mlsa"Evelyn'Stump ( 3S,a.w.y.-n1sU.ANCZ1Y.ure.ah" ,hw..w dent,,and Mrs.' Eula Ballentlne of Lighted the audience with two vocal the data concerning them that The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
'./,.. -. .......... -.. 1..sips S Gainesville, state auditor, these numbers, and Miss Ethel Moore voters might be Interested In, It Raleigh Connor was rushed to a SHREDDED WHEAT 2Pkgs. 25c
.. '._ ...
ei KM-,-......\..".-!JM-to.....-k..*i guests occupying special seats on gave. reading entitled, "Service." only carries advertisements of hospital In Jacksonville Monday
aatyl..lq..rrtw. e4 the rostrum Other visitors at this meeting those( candidates, who are simple nignt.: NUCOA 2 Pounds 29c

.I.ii 'I.. t Mrs.: Beulah Saxon of Hampton, Included Mrs. Louise Harris\ of enough to :pay money for them. Mrs. Lonnie Crawford and chil-
past guardian of the was Magnolia[ Drove Jacksonville) Mrs, shows I IONA
HAROLD C. ''WALLINSURANCE grove A check-Up that hoi manyof dren spent the week-end at Starke
presented a past guardian's jewel, Harriet Snow and! Mrs. Annie Spier 'em pay and the only guy who with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs.i O. TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
i r the state president, Mrs. Davis, of Poinsettia Grove, 'Jacksonville enjoys tbe thrill of feedln' the kittyIs W. Burney. ,

rm STARTLE FLORIDA making the presentation to Mrs. ; Mrs. Eva' Usher'of' Qah old John Taxpayer who is soaked Donald McRae and Lloyd Edwards STOKELV'S SWEET WHITE
nail Grove..Gainesville, and Miss
ten or fifteen thousand dollars for
of Starke were callers in CORN
lOc
51,1!;,I, StrlCkland of Lakeside Grove, each Issue. this section Sunday.J No. 2 Can

florlif Laic. !-Butler-, a .... i From the /standpoint of utter, W. Buddlngton and daughter; IONA BRAND
Ft; -digs. G Gertrude GodbeyKinlaw ;r Circle Meetings _.,oti- useleaanes, I'd, call it the world's Arthur McRae and Misses Lillie PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans 27c
test example. If,some member of and Audrey McRae are spendingthe
Will, Be Held Monday the next Legislature really wants day in_ Jacksonville.

: FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. 'The tttreVsF' f the Woman's Mlaohary 'to do something, worthwhile he Friends of W. M. Oliver will be 'GARDEN FRESH

.I Society of the Methodist might Introduce a bill to abolish gild to know that he Is home again
Dainty Corsages, Baskets Flowers',, 'h'i Ch"ftll1 will meet Monday after- this bit of nonsense and save all after a recent Illness In Jackson FRUIT AND VEGETABLESBANANAS

Artistic: Floral De.lgnsT ... noon, July 2, at 4:00: o'clock. Circle hat dough. *"**.- ville.Remember
p ....w No. 1 will be entertained.,by services at Pine Level

APn ; : Time' Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Circle Noyi Whatache "after-thi. afcUon". head. Church,,this week-end., 4 Pounds 15c
We Any
fr FJ.OJVERSnywher : will meet at the hom.t) Mrs.rA.F : may ,be cMr d, according to '"'
psi ] Mt'lohf.r Florist Telegraph'! Delivery Association, i ,Saula, with :Mrs. Sauls and Mrs a letter ,I Just received from a GRAPEFRUIT Each Sc
A. Guaranteed and Bonded Service 'It!fr -, ,L. D.-Green as co-hostesses. friend at Daytona Beach, by attending ORANGES Dozen 25c
the Voluala County Summer -
I* CHURCH! $'1'. "s*.-1"\'U NE No. 40 B&j PUst'. Clicle .'Med Monday Frolics to be held there RITZ THEATRESTARKE COOKING APPLES 2Lbs. 15c

k' -llbu SrXRKE: FLORIDA July 3-4-5. 15c
+ ; .. .. The circles of the Woman's Missionary An elaborate program has been FLORIDA CELERY Stalk

--..."..- 'Soclt'of' the. Baptist' arranged which includes a bathing LETTUCE Head lOc
Church will meet Monday.Circle ., NIGHT SHOWSJ
beauty pageant baby parade, baseball -
Mrs. FRESH PEAS BUTTER BEANS, O O OFOKDHOOK
Mo. 1 will Meet with
boxing auto races, fireworksand
:
; ; $ and 9$3ef. M, ,
W JH Epperson!: and Mrs Q. A. Anderson what have you. LIMA .BEANS ," f f

lib aI at the Epperson home, at I've attended several similar FRIDAY, JUNE 29: OKRA, BLUEBERRIES, Per, Qt.

; 3:30:Circle p.m.No. 2 will enjoy a spend- events In the past and am here to "Change ,of Heart!'
I Canova Pharmacy Peekat tell you that thou! folks over there SULTANA BRANDPINEAPPLE
the-day party with Mrs. S. L. lane'Oaynor, how to swell
sweknaw puU a
the Peek i place air Klngjley t** Ginger Rogers, James Dunn. No. 2/2 Can 17c
pazV ,
"
Lake. At the noon hour a covered ttfy ,
STARKE f There.'' is: one 'other 'attraction -
FLORID
Y dish luncheon will fa$>ftyf1-ft? which .SATURDAY JUNE SO RAJAH
'
the/Tetter didn't mention but
Circle No. 3 will meet With'the UFargo'Expre. SALAD DRESSING Pt. 13c Qt. 23c
which e ilk : BOc MILK OF MAGNESIA,, (Pint Size)___"__._* i leader, Mrs. E. W. Hayes'atberhome ; UkaA the bathlng;beauties and the KEN MAYNARD '

f t? .BOc RUBBING ALCOHOL____________.____ 1 1li ..;._2 I at 4:00 o'clock. ,j -l%| .!.. fireworks. T :Sc:: IVORY SOAP 2 6-0z. Bars lie

i BOc Ipana and Detoxol TOOTH PASTE.___, _--.T39c .. A few miles down the beach Is a\ SUNDAY AND MONDAY'
4' $1.00 Value, Armand Powder and Deodorant <" e yr.. a L place called Mo4Uito- Inlet wherea '. JULY 1-! DOGGIE DINNER,

j Both for _______________*.________-__,..__50cKrank's BROOKER ; guy cantors .I.; fishing plug in 'Stand Up and Cheer' DOG FOOD 4 16-Oz.Cans. 25c
LATHER CREAM 2 Tubes For____47eColgate's t I the water and get1 himself tangledup r.
'o.i. .
.._'y_ ., IOn; ,
Warner
,\ TOOTH PASTE 2 Tubes For_..._...._,37e't .+ in flea with) dun ea4 argument Imaginable' John Bole Baxter. Sylvia Madge Frgoy Evans 8hlr EXTRACT Hires Root Beer 25c
anything from
: a leapin'
\ McKesson's Milk of Magnesia Tooth_ Paste -- toy Temple Aunt Jemima _
tarpon to a lady flab it's no placefort
y ," 2 Tubes For__..,*.---__..._-____..*._____,.33c ,1 :tilr. and Mrs. h i*tphrsaee spent d a* Scotchman-''because those Mitchell and Durant. Stepln

All 50c TOOTH BRUSHES_______.-._________39cf children of Winter Garden doggone fish will smash your rod, Fetehlt and Others 8VNNVFIEU Fancy.Santa Clara

1 1 f 25c THEDFORD'S BLACK DRAUGHT..:_-*__.17c: Bunday here at tueiWJJWs: ; aunt.Mrs tear up your line and walk off with TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY BRAN RICEFLAKES '

$1.00'WINE OF CARDUI-,..._______.--*---.-r.69c: A. J. Plnholster. your beat mlnnoW before you know JULY 3-4 or 70-M SIZE
:has returned
3' i '25c AMMEN'S HEAT POWDERJ Miss I Connie McQaulty what' happened, '
+ '
after' spending two "Here Comes S
The
L : I '60c MUM __-----------.,u--..-- ?,*.--..--.., .-49c weeks with home(rlend* te Starke.. I'w.'been ,behuid In my, fishln pRUNES., :
25e(iEXIAX'and' FEENAMINT19c: : : KId Louisa Webb spent Si I f':a long time and now that the Groom"Jack

PALMOLIVE SHAMPOO _:-_-,-____--...,..--25c day in Jacksonville.-with fri excitement' of election la over, rm Hale,./Mary' Bohutd. 2 Packages 13c 4 Pounds 25c

t: : .r KOTEX, MODESS and KLEENEX: ; .___.17e .and'relatives. t olD':to do,,Bay' bett. to catch up. Patricia ElUa, Ned Hamilton.

b., r 1 $1.25 FOUNTAIN SYRINGE.r____?____89e Rev and Mrs, O. E. Mcda rve got anew minnow that
1 39c75c Vtggtasj along the:surface like n.body's REALLY FRESH O'CLOCK) RED: CIRCLE BOKA
SOc'MENNEN'S SHAVING CREAM_____--_ and children spent Sunday'iaM bualneee"'lend '

SQUIBB MINERAL OIL_________..-----B9c t'O"'A.,. '': keepa utyin'"come 25c
'75c BAYER ASPIRIN ((100)_____..______._._____59c Mr,and Mrs Guy of this Long week and children here- rm couatln, up,aa'on a".'plent ema)'sometime.. The first WHEN HUNGRYOR COFFEE Ib.l9c(: 'Ih 2Ie lb.

20c BAYER ASPIRIN TABLETS___:...:..___...-__13c50e spent of part his brother...EugeneLong. HE fish I catch, rm gonna take a -
A DeWltfs ANTACID POWDER___.______34c30C aa guests. r picture of If and send.lt to Avery THIRSTY IONATENDER BABY'I .

'.CAMPHO-PIIENIQUE _________j..____24e Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Mott wen Powell and, see 1M can't break his 25c
WOODBURY'S SOAP, 3 For____,.....__..___...-2515c transacting business In Starke Sat heart,. ? EAT AND DRINKKitty's" LIMA BEANNS 4 -07.Cans

PUTNAM DYES ___-_-_-____*?*,._..;__..._1oo10e' urday. "* While I dos't.know who *we're

60c SCOTTS EMULSION -______________.,..._44c. R. W, Brannen spent the weekend gonna send to Washington, I do GRANDMOTHER'S!: FREE-BOc ARMAND COMPACT with any here aa guest of Mr., and Mra: know on guy who Is goln to Daytona Lunch Fresh PlaID er Sliced 14-Ox.. IS-Oa. **'
H. P. Gainey.Mr. Beach to fish and attend the
SOc Armand purchase.
,,
'VA r : j i and Mrs. E. M. Haaea and frolic.. Til be' lookln-or' yOl1.' : 6C:8c lOc 1
children: spent Sunda,.- In WIld- Rich; ( $ SincWr'Se"I Station. :
Friday and Saturday-Caihe Only wood as guests of their _Iii-Jaw wit and rare frosts make M H.*r Service -

and daughter..Mr. and II....,< pe ad1H.. -



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JUNE 29, IOS" BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGIlArn. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FTVB

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Mrs J. P.:' Btiraa and two '' A GOOD LOSER generals had gone, the two armlet! after the World! War. The common j
daughters, Joan and Jean, of Atlanta NAT SEZ: threw down their arms and mingled people have nothing to do with, ; ,
Ga., are here visiting Mrs. The world's biggest gambler Is with each other in friendly war, except to do the fighting, the
Bits of Burn, mother. Mrs. Celia I. Ma- .Well, the next thing on the the American farmer lie Rambles fashion. This Incident is vouchedfor suffering and the dying. i
nassa and family. gram Is the Fourth of July pro-I with the weather, with the soil, by the treasurer of the Episcopal -
While America allowa
look like this year. ft will, .be the with the rain and drought and mission at Shanghai. must not
Friends of Mrs.,' W. G. String- same old question I' hall, with army worms, grasshoppers Opposing t.roops of civilised nations misguided pacifism to weakenher
local NeV fellow will be glad to know that' of "to close | boll weevils and a score of especially! have fraternized capacity for defense, her voice '
she is rapidly convalescing at her or not to close." other plagues. Every spring he In many wars during periods of always should be raised In protest "
home on South Cherry Street from Anyway, how. takes a chance -- a desperate truce. A large number of American against the stupidity-riant City 4
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND a. six weeks' illness. ever you spend r chance. If he wins, ax he occasionally soldiers married German girls Courier.

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY''' AND TOWN the day, I hope' does, he comes off with a big
All Woodmen Circle membersare you have a fine j stake; If be loses, which he frequently -
I asked to pay their dues to the time and: don't does he has a .chance to ANNOUNCING THE OPENING .
secretary, Mrs. L. S. Hutto,by next make any bad j try again. Happily, he la,a good
1--- Mcnday as she will leave on a trip errors like mistaking I loser, else the world would starve.
w. McEvar of Graham here Saturday. enjoying a two weeks' visit at for } -
visitor- Jacksonville Beach with friends.Mr Mrs. D.,C. Forehand: ,and daughter -' a hot dog.. STUPIDITY OF WAR DAMPIER'S IIARDVARE'SIORt\ *

Albert Keene went/ Wenesilay ;:. Margaret, of Albany, Ga., are No matter
Mrs Cecil G. Price of here for a several visit with the!' take off who thinks
In ti-mesvllle.:, Quincy days', bow much of flay you TBverytrae' about It NEXT DOOR TO I>ENM.\KK FURNITURE COMPANY: )
baa been enjoying: a visit here with Mrs Forehand's slater's Mrs. D, P. I have what you'll need for the' must realizehe absurdity of plac- (

Effie Miner of Xawtey was: her mother, Mrs. William Morris. Carpenter and Mrs. T. T. Long. occasion. Ji you have half a day ing two armte 'at men In the field' COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED
Mrs Wednesday.Mrs I'll sell :you half a bathing suit- to kill 'each other, when' the men
visitor here Dr. Samuel Sternberg- of Day- Mr. and Mrs. L.: C. Ray who (I'm addressing the men, of themselves have no personal "
Blakely was a tona Beach spent the week-end have been guests of his sisters, course); but If you have all day grudge, against those whom they \-. A. DAMPIER, Proprietor ,
Jessie Mae 'Sunday. here with his father, Nat Stern- Mrs. J. W. White, Misses Amelia off, yo 'd better cover: up a little are supposed to kill, nor any definite r"n
'visitor 'to Lake City berg. and Olive Ray. left Wednesday afternoon I more to keep old man Sol from Idea, cf what It is all ,about. ,
for the Lake Butler This ; ,,Illustratedsome
of was
E. Brown I
Brady S. T. Bowlingclerk mf the court: White. Ii three days.
,time In China where two
here'Wednesday.A i ,ago
ww aMsltor of Lake Butler was attending to Here are a few more items to goon opposing generals, Marshal Ho and FUNERAL DIRECTORS
business here after Mr. and Mrs. L. M."'DcSha and !
born to Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday : your holiday, lUt, General Luboth, secretly deller.tedtheir our Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Us to Render
was
son noon. little have returned -
daughter, Marjorie
on Sunday, June 24. armies and! fled to Japan. EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE! G
F. Smith to their home In Wildwood THING'TRUNKS
j BA : ,
Not knowing that their leaders bad MODERATE PRICKS
Mrs. DeWitt C. JoUea of Gaines after a visit here with Mrs.DeSha'a
t 1 j H. Moore of Lawtey was at- ville was here Wednesday) visitingher parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. $1.0031.49 departed, the contending .armies DcWITT C. JONES COMPANY
here fought on for eight hours. FLORIDA
Tuesday. STARKE.!
business
to ,
tending parents, Mr. .and Mrs. A. M. Struth.
Darby .-' Munsingwear Trunks When It was Uncovered that the 4
Louise Sny- 9..
and
Fenella -----
Misses Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wlmberly, -- sV___ HBsBVHl l HHI B IHHHVIBMHHHMBHVHMHBBSUGARlTIP ..
in Jacksonville $1.95 ----y s s s sHs s s _s s s s s s s ... ..
der spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. -C. H. Nasworthyand Jr., and daughter, Fatty, Mrs. H.
Mrs: O. H. !.{eadle spent Sunday C. Wimberly, Sr., and Miss Beth '
I Mrs T. "W. Shuler of the State afternoon :at Jacksonville Wimberly of Highland were In HUNSINnWE.RBATHING .1

:Farm was'a visitor here Wednes Beach. Starke Sunday visiting :Mr. and SUITS TOP

day.i Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly. For Men $2.95
Mrs; James T, Moore and sons
i Carl G. Rose of Ocala was a Jimmy and George Brown, of Mr. and Mrs. C. Niles Ray of For Ladies $3.50
prominent visitor to Starke Thursday Plant City were visitors here Wednesdoy. New York City. Mrs. Ed Steln-

> meyer and Miss Lillian Allbrittonof Pajamas. For Ladies I GROCERY*
Jacksonville were guests Thurs- 5 \\bs. 23c '
DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville! Mr and ilrs. D. B. White of day of Mrs. J. W. White Misses 98 c
was a business visitor here Saturday -. Fernandina were In Starke .last Amelia and Olive Ray. ALSO SUN f SUITS:

'_ Thursday afternoon attending- At Some Price STARKE, FLORIDA
ball game Mr.;, and Mrs. L. D. Green and 1U Ib 45c
Mrs Julia H. Eastman of Lake children, and Mrs. A. H. Green Men's Sport Trousers j s. Saturday June 29 30LIPTON''S
Butler was a visitor' here Satur- Friday m
Mrs. C. It. Hillman and Mrs. were In Mayo Wednesday attend- White Duck and Striped Material ,
day. Fred Dodd And baby of Ocala were ing the funeral of Mrs. L. D.
._ _._ ., $1 49 \
( --HMr. ---- ---"-"" --"""""- recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.VU- Green's nephew, J. B. Dees who' .
and Mr?. Clyde Kelly of Ua.m Norris. died at his home there Tuesday. '
were visitors here Mon- Our Store UIIUClow at 13 Noon
Brooker

day. Miss Lola Adkins returned,,Sat. Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Holzendof, DO YOUR On SHOWING Thte Fourth EARLYIT Fruit and, Produce JL Jb: A #ym
-- orday from Jacksonville'where she who ere located at Hosford 'for

Mr. and Mrs. L. M., Gray ut spent a week with .her aunt, Mrs several weeks where "Mr. Holzen- PAYS TO"BUY AT '/ .Lb Pkg.. ,.._ _.21c '
Gainesville were visitors hers Monday Emma :'Carlton.Little the L. M.
dorf Is employed by
I LETTUCE Large Hea4 I _.. .2 For 15c
i Gray Construction Company, spent : STERNBERG'SStarke ONE ICE TEA Grn's8'G: '
i Miss ,Freddy Wimberly the week-end at their:\ "home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin B. Futchof has been confined to her.tlome for ,-Florida Beautiful BANANAS*,....,_.4 Lbs. 15c FREE
Lawtey were visitors here Tuesday several days:convalescing-, from a Mrs. L. A. Dees .returned'to'her '' ie!
tonsil qpcratlon. home in Mayo Thursday after 'a AVOCADO PEARS' .I: .Each 5c i
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin spent
her son-in-law and
visit here with ,
SOAP
'
SWEET
Mrs. Emily Philips of Lakeland Judge and Mrs. A. V;-Long of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. D last week in Miami visiting relatives CANTALOUPES .Each 5c
.,. _, ..
li the guest of Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Pensacola were In Starke'Wednes- Green. She was accompanied: home They Mrs. Martin's were accompaniedhome niece Miss ? 3 Bars. _* _. .lOc *l lI
by
'EdWin Green, "
day visiting Mrs Long's mother, by her grandson
of Miami, who PEACHES Pound 5c
Mrs. S.:'E. Brownlee. who will visit there for several Evelyn McAllister Large -
Mrs. Alvin McKinney of BroOker ? ; days. will be their guest tor several days.STOPTT -, f CLABBER 1RL DAKiN: U r r
was a visitor here Wednesday .afternoon -. R. O. Daniel' of 'SarasoU.was In ---- No. 1 Cobbler Irish Potatoes 5 Lbs. 1 Oc I'OWDER'

Statke: :Tuesday visiting Mrt: and Mr.; and Mrs. E. M. Davis and : I clUl.--_.._.._.. "Ii "_'r'
Mia. J. v..Edwards at their real daughter, Jean and Dr. and Mrs. regrettable that !
It Is Florida hasa .. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of dunce onjCherry Street. George H. Lowry and daughter -
Brooker .:were visitors here.:Wednesday Margaret, were In Jacksonville law which will permit the mar, ALL FLAVORS BEST TABUSPEACHES ,

Mr. .and' Mrs. D. P.: Carpenter, Monday evening attending piano and riage boys of girls at fourteen at tbe*,age If they of twelve have JELLO ,Package 5c No. 2Vi! Can;:121/ *:"
Mrs. T. T. Long and Mlas Flora recital given by the:-pupil Mrs. Cecil G. Price and lira. William JJackson- the written consent tof their par-
Belle Jackson were' visitors to Mary V. :Mathls at :the
4
Norris. spent Friday In Jack- Gainesville'.Tuesday. ville and Margaret College of were Music.among Misses those Jean and ents.then Unfortunately such a marriage every takes now Charmer COFFEE ..Can 17c TOMATOES. 2 Tall Cans 15c- |

,George W.' Balsdea of'Jackson-: taking part, on the program. \, place, as that one In ra South Flor- e

Mrs. F. R. Caradine of Lawtey vllle Is spending) several days" here thirteen ida city last married week a, 'boy when of a twenty.girl of All Hours COFFEE. Lb. 19c SALT _.. .3 For: lOc
was a visitor here Wednesday afternoon with his brother, W. ,W. Baladen, Mrs. J. C. Robinson and daughter '
Florida Is not alone in permitting
and .other relatives. and don Miss Vera Claire and
Lester Price and -Mrs. Lillle S. such- marriages. Eight other states TOMATO JUICE. Can 5c MACKEREL 2 Tall 17c
Mrs. and little Jr., of have the same age Ibttit. They are
J. C. LeWis,
Downing C. W. Knight: and two little Lewis and GranvUla ... '.
KID, Harry, spent Thursday in daughters, .Elaine and Pat y, of Apopka;; Mr. and Mrs.: C, D. Shank Colorado, Idaho, Louisiana' Maryland -. '
Jacksonville .Jacksonville were visitors here and little daughter Betty Lewis, of Massachusetts, Mississippi, MATCHES 2Pkg' 15c MATCHES Pkgs. 15c p pY.
.
Rhode Island and South Dakota. .. ___
Wednesday Afternoon. Lake City, and Mr. and Airs. James .
W. J I at the I But because we have icompany is
Mrs. 0. J. Griffis and Mrs. Lewis spent the week-end
Epperson, Jr., spent Monday in Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Robinson cottage at KingsleyLake. no excuse for Florida to remain In

Jacksonville. ''Is spending several days here with ouch society i SNOWDRIFT SNOW'WHEATFLOUR25
her, brother-in--law'and sister Dr. This state should have progressed I Ii or
Attorney H. O. Brown of Lake .and Mrs.,W.JC.; :JJflddleton.Mr. Mrs. Vonda Inman, district manager i to an extent In ,civilization *. 1Z Lb 24 Lbi- ','
butler, was A professional visitor of the Woodmen Circle was ,w t ere such antiquated customs are
!lure .Friday. .AndMrs.. Willie Baisden and in Gainesville Monday. : ..evening at- discarded: Even India, long taJ<
children .and .Minn.Lucia ,BaJ-Ueo tending a birthday party given by mans.for its child marriages, boa
.}Ir. and Mrs. C.,R.'Whitehead of of Jacksonville spent Sunday In the': Gainesville grove, celebrating raised the age limit to considerably
tawtey were visitors here. Wednesday Starke with W. W. ,Balsden.Mrs. the fourth anniversary of _the more.than Florida's law demands.
afternoon. Home for Aged Members and Or- It looks like .a"'Job for our next 7

Seeber JNewsom and two phan Children;which Is located at Legislature.! -Orlando Sentinel.
..... ,..
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: Mrs. S. E. Rltcb of the State daughters of Jacksonville were Sherman. Texas. Mrs. Inman was + -
Farm was a visitor to Starke Mon here the first of the.week visiting one of the speakers on the pro Citrus culture Is an Important Whole (
day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.\ R.J-Jewsom. gram and used ae ber subject, factor la Arizona's horticultural R I E ComLARD

-_. I \ "Service." I growth. Grain ,
lira L. s. Hutto and son Tin- Mrs. Lois Johns :bad as her ',
man and A. H.Jiall, spent Fridayin guests last week Miss! Evelyn
| Jacksonville. Townsend of the State Farm and. 5 Pounds .22c | 4 Pounds 3Qc

Miss Frances Harbey of.Palatka.Mrs. .o
Mr. and Mrs. .J. B. Crew of I

lake Butler were,visitors here. Saturday Annie Richard,has been COCONUT COCOA RAISINS
afternoon. spending several days IB Jacksonville -

Mrs. p. M., Barefoot and daughter daughter.with Mr.bar and son-in-law Mrs. K.A Nor-and .f.ackage 5c 1 'Pound Box. 12c Package ._ _. ...5e

Sara spent Tuesday in Lake t ,

[City with relatives: ) maD.Mr. Ice Cream Powder ICE CREAM SALT Sauer's Extracts
.
,and Mrs. I Lloyd Perryman.who :
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Downing and have spent several weeks with

little son, Harry, spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, have returned A Package., : _5c1 5 Pound Box. .10c Bottle ..... ., ,. ._ .10ep.V
|Trenton with relatives. to their home ,,In Atlana '
e (
'
G*. \ ?!E.FRE8U, CREAMERY FRESH TIC E NI' E 'w E I'J' 1'1' IE

was Miss in Helen Starke Cray last'Thndday'vla-'of Gainesville Mr and Mrs. Houston HudMUf \ t BUTTER MILD CHEESE 'PEAS-

IUn& Miss Martha_Powell Chattahoochee and Gene week-end McCaU in :Pound ,........ .27A.1 Pound _,__ .. __"",,17c No. 2 Can._ .. .18eI '
of Quincy spent the '
} I 0.. : >t. .
Miss Hazel MWdleton ja J spendg Starke with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph!
several day In Madison, the homas. + Irnmaculate young woma. itiood GAUZE TOILET' pAPER>> .
est ,
of
Miss
Rachel Smith. and finds in1 MAVIS Talcum Powder"'exactly 3 Roll,..,.._.. _.- '? ..Je:
Mr.and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell

(Mr.. Jack: and were Mr. *. ta W.HasUags.GL Italic Sun-and daughters. returned, Mary Sunday Loraln'and afternoon Kathleen the!, ''.deliriously l : cool! comfort 'Tip i Top ,Market, NOKTIIFIELD 'MILK

y afternoon visiting frandp. trom DeLand. where they visited and silken smoothness which is Indispensable 3 Tall Can. L'' 4L.17c

relatives.Carr'Colley.. "FANCY" WESTERN MEATS +a
Sir. and Mr*. T. A. Brinaon otI'gh for a well kept body. ) t

were in Starke Sunday vis- .. who ha spent:the Daintily >fragrant, impalpably fine it FRESH GROUND SAUSAGE__. ..Pound 17e '
ng their daughters, Mrs. Charley two weeks with his parents,
| Johns and Mrs. Mulda Corpen- past it. and' Mr W. A.' Colley, left deodorizes and absorbs perspirationas BONELESS PIG FEET,.___.,?__.._.:.9-Oz. Jar 25c

(oj- Wednesday for hi shame ,in.New PORJT SHOULDER RO ST..-,...__... _....Pound lie
it Mavis against
soothes. guards
York City.Capt. ROUND STEAK. ..__,,.__._ .Pound 21c ,

ENT A and,Mrs. O. C.-"Irwln''and summer heat. by VIVAUDOU PORTERHOUSE STEArC..,.__'__'Pound 27e JpP "k'
WORn '
children Gordon and Jean,of San tin FLANK STEAK_...,,--________Hound 25c $
UnMvii Tlettm ALL OVER fro*
Antonio Texas', were guests last 25' 501 FRESH MIXED IIA5IBERGER____Pound 12'/a M 4
COLUMNRIBBONS week of Mrs. Irwin's mother, Mrs. tkauIJtn fUit.it Mi fit F ie* Pevder fir 7' t0 51FIIJD.V
$100 SPICED LUNCHEON, MEAT__ ,, Pound 35c a '
adT ""' ''- > ,
Cella L Maaassa Fact rse& e./'
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carbon ; :I 'A.p NEW SANDWICH LOAF,_>...-----....Pound 30c. -<
-.HM
pupae' and l. .cond sheet. on saletab Miss Frances Demare of SALJMI.._____ -.__. _._..__._.,,,_..Pound 25e
g| _Tmpb office. for ; TALCUM qY
has been aguest
PboiM39.tf Gainesville and Mrs. Herbert I : Pound .... ..1""",.......,29c
several days cf Mr. '
UND..wnat watch, Owner se.wMar C. Bitch at their bom on :/VA.VI.POWDER
ooei. Street. .
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPU STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. Jl.NE 29
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T...esDeserlplos '1'a...
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1 (, of NW'4 of NEy4 a Lota 61. U In Woodlawn13 II U 20 Chas. A. Rhou...____ 11,61814of % of 8WV4 of flW'4.U' 8 23 10 J. A. Conway w5.

JONES 8W''A of Nm%, & NWY4 t\\I'O" 7, 8 Lots II' Sa,{, of NE'4 of SWU -___j4EVi 8 22 20 L B. Bobln'_.__. ..11
BOB & S"fa, ___ __________.___ 9 0 at 1140 Unknown ____________ 102,91 ::1, 10 : 'I n:" .. _13 22 80 Chas Dlnklne ________ 82.11 of 85% of :NW14! A '. TII
W'At f NW'4..of NE'L&N" Tot U In Woollawn.___ II n 10 Chas Dinkins ------ 11.81 NE'4 of NBV4 of Swl4..14 8 22 20 Ernest
.11 Oescner
e A of wlfa of "''WJ Lot 84 : Woadlawn. : n 18 Unknown ....__ 6,66Lot SW' of 8W4"! _________14 8 22 40 John :Jonson 10.II
:=:: ::
of NE'j&N6AofID 441 Woodlawn.14 Chaa. Dlnklna 11.01IS 8W 4 "t NW'i & W 25 A ? till
0' IH of NW\4\ 8' Lot 18In Wood 8 "
OMMENTS 811 R.
of NHAofm4ofNW3of Yaw ________ ._______U II 23 1 Leonard Prevatt _:___ 1'13 V.ftv Of V>,r-.rls HR"'".--.-. 01.11

t ON C' ________________lO 6 U If Frank F. Thomu___ 12.01S' Lot. 5. 8. 'I, I. 8. 10. 11, 8KV4 of AE' of NW 3416 8 22 20 Unknown ____ _
07Fv,: NW'4 & 12, 21, 24, 2663, 60 1nWoodlawn ]NRU of SWit_________...18 6 23 fO Mrs Alice' J. Hu ii .-.'
HERE AMHEREAFTER. hif & rNfW11r'j .1II a u 180 Unknown ___________ 411.11 SW'4 of 8WH of NB14_ ,..19 6 22 10 Unknown -_______. _' IllS
of 8W34 & Lot 44 & W% o(7 of 4------ C -- tilot /
; s _---___ 10 8 321 1800 film. Hutehln on 21,57 Woodlawnx----_--_1II II J3 111 Unknown s.-----___ US NE&E\ rnS7161.W.
for .-10 II Kelley____ w- _. Lot.. 10. U, 82 In Wood- 401 ft. Northerly 746 ft,
J NIr V4 H' '.4-.1r--f A In lawn ____.-, _________.111 II 118 80 n. I" Rlgby----__-_ 12.70 1-J296 tt tn ".. __.______ 8 U 8 Gilbert
NW Cor & SEWS of SWy _10 A 21 10 W. C. Ward___________ 22.11 Lots 811 In Woodlawn.U II aa 20 Fred P. Natho______ 7.81 Dixon.S4Aof14of8W' _---....... in
{ The Bible Is a very plain book. N'ria of 8E" & SW'4 Of : Loin II, aa; 1 118 In SB'4 _______ _____.1 6 23 4 C. {
P.
We remember expressions like 8W'4 __________________10 at 120 Unknown _________ 11.811 Woodlawn &______,____.15 II U 40 :Josephine Corkln ____ 24,89 9l In NEVi- of NEV4- Sec HolllnB.worth..- 5St

% to hja, NFJ'4 of NE" & SW'4 of 8% of Lot 11 In Woodlawn18 II aa II Sinelair MOttley ______ 2.88 21 Bounded N by land
these: "A dog returns NW'4 __________________U 8 II 80 Unknown ___________ 211.84 Lots 8, 2, 16 1617 of N. D. Haffaman, 8 by '
,
vomit." "A hog, returns to his NW'4 of AW'4' ___ .______.11 8 11 40 W. T. Crosby.--------- 12.46 13. \V% fl Lot Ii &all: Center 8t, E} by Ry leas \

wallow In the mire." If a modern W'4 of 5W14 01 eE'oi11 11 20 R. R. Crosby.------- '.'ItNW Tots RIf, 40, 4263, 64 In 100 ft e q 08ee 11 -Cor, <

used such on 01 NE'4 IIw'I: of Wooctlawn ._-____. _____.18 II 2:1: 181 Unknown _________ 41.112 also 20 A ofn 16 a 'I,\ ,"< .
preacher language NWye ex 854 A In SWCor : I'
Lots 44 21 described follow "I
43. 80 Wood- a
v Sunday morning In the average I __________________-11 8,11 18 Unknown __________ 18.14 lawn .. _,____.In.. .______..16 I U 10 L. H. Hill---------_ 9.88 Begin at a Pt*In center. : J o1I'i"/o'\\

fr+ church he would shock the sensibilities W" 01 NW'4 _______.___13 8 11 80 Unknown ___________ 111.11 Lot. I, If In Woodlawn.lI II II 110 Unknown ___________ 1.89 ofxRy track 415 ft to .,i '
NE'4 01 MI'4u: -__--_-_18 9 It 40 Unknown _________ n..o Lot U In Woodlawn---16 II II 10 R. H. Futch.-____.-_ 4.11 an Iron post In centerof \ifI'M"
1r sisters
of some of the good B'At of 8W'4 '" Lot 82 III Woodlawn.----- II U 10 Unknown __________ 4.11I Ry track near Tern- ,,; I, V'"
brethren. J CoSW'4' ex 10 In I Lot pie store A run W 14 ,; ,
of the r,1
and h&W34of 10 an
Lot v-
even some. ______._______11 II 11 96 Tfnknown__________ 13.119JI'At Woodlawn __.__ _______ II 22 16 :r. s. Sapp Jr.___ ____ 8.10 degrees N 1820 ft. ,',
: of NW4/-----------14 8 at: 80 Unknown __________ 83.U Lots I. 2. 3, 4. U.-14, 18. th..nra N 14 dejrrre." W ,. h l ,, ,
A hog Is a hog and a dog la a NW'4 o --------14 8 11 46 Floyd Crosby13.40 18. 11. 18. 19, 20. 29. 80, 660 ft. th..n<-, g 14 de. ".;.. \

You can't make anything HW'4 of of NW NW' --NE'k 14 8 11 40 Le.ter Crosby____ n.tO II, 82 In Woodlawn___.11 II II 180 Etta Rllnn _________ n.19 grass N 1320ft Ti thence ; S
W'.ft Lot 8 In Woodlawn11 II 23 ____ 4,17Lot. 'I N 14 degrees" 660 ft.
'+a out of a hog but a hog and can't lIfE'4 of NW------_14 II 11 60 R. R. Cro.by______.__ 18.9&SE'4 48 10 J. D. peele___- thence B 14 <1t>irr.e. Mto
4 50 InLotWooodl
01 NW.x10Ain .. J !, center of Ry track
turn a dog Into any other kind of SE ('or & SE14 =w.; ,:11.8617 1 U 60 R IL Futch-------__ 21.698637,311&N1 thence 8 on Ry to bra

err animal. You can dress up a hog Woof : 0'4' 89& ex 4'4 A on W aide
NE'4 1481,4tof :J'f {
deeded to R. D. Cole

i in silk and satin put diamond Rule\ _&_______________.14 6 11 166 Unknown ___________ 20.63SF all Ill 40 66, 41 17 U, ,61.6,, 48.63 61.InWoodlawn man ____.._....-16-21 6 23 211' Unknown ----___.,_. _
leg and put of
bracelets on every NFJ'4 ot --- 16 S 21 40 O. E. Crosby---------- 12.t6 11 II U SW'4 ex II"
W'' 2011 Unknown _____________ 1.19 NW3j fnAsW
beautiful ear rings In his ears, tof NE'4VA4 oy1.4 Lot U In Woodlawn--77 II U 10 I H. HIII__________ 4,11 SE Cor A

v keep him In your home for a few ofkWy4 & EHo of'" 8W'4 Lots 1. 8 In Woodlawn.17 II U 20 B..le. Sapp _________ 11.11 11 Ar Com-at Nil Cor:; -r17; 8 2J 83 Unknown---------------- IUS

months and let him sleep in your & 8E'A. ________.._______111 8 21 1160 Unknown ___________ 108.97 Lots U. 14, 25, 28 In NW14ofSWarunW
Woodlawn ___..,,______
__11 I
113 _
S'At of Nm'4! & W'.ft ofI'JW'4 40 Unknown _n ________. :4.89 1060 ft. 8 450 ft, E 1060
nicest bed and teed him at your & NW'of MW'/- Lots 114, 69 In WfltJdlawn__11 II U 20 Harvey L .Whlte_____ 8.84 ft, N 460 ft to beg _____11 8 13 'Unknown

a table three times a day, but If you I '" NW'1 of ,, : '" Lots In 1.1.2, H.' U._54_: _48_, 118 113 E'II of HW'4 of S10V4 80 -.- II.SI
.6 10 L. H.
TIIII-------------- .18.87
kw turn him outdoors he will lie downIn of '" of 8Ey4 & Eppof Lots 4&N'q, of 1all26 W'4 of SE'/4: of SEIw..11! 6 13 40 Unknown ?_,.___ l lnoil
mud hole. The reason for this 11I0)1. __ ____1I1 8 11 840 Unknown _____________ .11.18 a E',, of R1 & all n. NE'A of 8EV4. -17 6 33 40 Unknown -______. : !14

is he's a a hog. You can ,"raise' a dog S'h FE'4 of _8w'I______&__.5Wy______ofNttI14 of_22 8 21 120 Unknown ______-___: 23.89 Wood u. 41 awn 43. 62,6G. 66.___In_.18 II 28 100 UnKnown _____________ 113.6'1 :',%of fEN l-8' _of___NW'_. __ r18 8 J2 80 c- R. CummlnlJ._. _.- 28111

the N of NW'/4 & N14 Lot 34 In Woodlawn. .___ U NE14-13 1.3 A__ ____..18 8 U
him .18 13
In home and feed II 10 JIlrs..1. Kru..________ 4.17W'4 Lydia Tyson__
your \ of '4_---__.,..23 8 11 80 Unknown ____________ 19.82NI 1.3 of NW'of NE4- -.- '."IH
nicest food. Give him a bath twicea '4 of NW'.4.U II 21 40 Empire Lumber Co.___ 8.00 of Lot R3 & W'.ft of Wl 1.8 A Dc NENW
3D Eof
& 40 & fill. of --
-
-
day and let him sleep In bed NW'4 of NW\4\ & SW3W &1& all 84 In Woodlawn.1D II 118 % ------- .- ._ _18 8 U 53 Gad Tyson __.__. 011
HII Unknown ____ ________ 16.48 .
of NW'4 __.. .______ ____14 8 11 80 Unknown------------- 111,84 Lots NI%, nf E 11.8 ot !Qof
u with you at night, but If you turn 41. 48 In Woodlliwn19 II U 20 H. Boyer ___________ 10.111 ... .____..; _
Fracl part of S'ria ot NW'A.U 8 21 80 W. It. 8mlth_:______ '..11E'A. LoU 15. 16, -11, 18 In NE\4\ -- __18 8 22S 13 Wm. Tyson .-___. SillSill

him out to run around town he will of NE'4 &: E% 0SEy4 Woodlawn __.____.._____20 a 23 .40 Dyack Bro. __________ 13.70 '{, .of BW% Of SWVi less ---
--a- ____IA II 11 186 W. H. I'Imlth' ________ 80.80 Lot.. 9 1.V 6 A .._ _-,1s 6 22
eat vomit. The reason is-he's a ot ,,1'.4': ____ ._ ____ __31 II 81 2. 3. 4. 'I. 8, 19J' H, --- ---- 14 Unknown _________,.. .
NE' 40 W. H. 8mlth_________ 199W'1a 21, 12, 23, 8G, 26. 21 28 0EIof Bl3i4.._.._. ____19 6 22 .0 Unknown ______
q dog. of NENW3 80T In WoolJawn ._ ___20 II U 160 Unknown----------- 88.77Lots 8E'4 of NE' & NEy, of '-.0 13'10((I
.. .. .. of 9 ST A !1 .5,14.. Ukn wn un.E'U' ''
o _
SI': __ _
-- ------------ vv.v. _20 8 22 80 lIfr. Onle
:;; ;,; NBU of: NBVi ANWVi 6, 10, 11. 121n Wooct. __ .. E'4 814 8E-y4ex Freeman 21.11!

1 Man Is different. He Is burn a of NWViNR'4 _____.--28 6 31 60 Unknown ...._______.. 12.07 NW lawn 4 of_Sill'_ .____of__NW'811'4 __. _____20 0 22 4U unKnown ____________ 18.83 g .0..... .''-.-of....._..___?___ d .21 18 _ROY Edward __......
1.t sinner, He died In Adam. He hasa A NWW NWVi A of NNI'4 N4.2145 8'4 nf SEVi of SWM! PIC: .21.1])

to lie to steal to covet, NWV4' of BW'4___ ._____.19 6 31 240 Unknown .___________ 49.80 1'v of 711% ox N5'A of 23 20 0.0. J. Tavenner------- 11.91 1 Lot In NE Cor W of .
tendency ,
N'4 of S1314 A NEVi of NE'fr, of NE'4._ __..___.22 II 23 10 OeD road _._SI 6 22 20 :J. "W, Edwards____.__ _
F. Young------_ 26,80 U.:!
He born with __ _____ .29 6 21
to be selfish. was 8W4 __ -._ 120 J A. :J. ]McKinney----- FJ''.. of NFJ'4 of NW'4 lees All SWVi of SWVi W of

evil propensities-but: man can be Lou 8, / or NWM\:-A--__- 6 21 63 W. II. Smith....____. 1135 1 A for cemet..ryn23 a 23 19 C. I. & M. Dlngtelder- 11.91 publlo road --.:. _______21 6 22 15 Roy Edward. _._ ...
Lots 1 3, 8, 4. orFrant All NWVi of SWV W of 2111!5
changed. Jesus Christ can make i Sec ex N% of NV4 W% of NW% of 81114 Also: .. _
_21 6 23
4 him over again. Man can get a of Nm'; ... __._u________ 1 7 3l' 031 W. H. Smith_________.. 88.4n Com of NE'4 at Nit& run Cor'1.of Co SW'2.,.I, 3 A bliSoaCor of SW 4r.f 1 Mrs. Onle Freeman--- j I.U

nature. Jesus can turn a thief All of Fra,'l Seo' ______-__ 2 7 21 501 W II. SmKh____-____ 102.61 ,rd.... thence 8 60 rda, 'Vsa NW'4 bring 64(1( ft
new '
Lots 1, 3 of BIk 10 Samp. 1.3:) rda to W line of N A S by 239 ft 1A W21 6 23 8 Unknown ._._._.. ___
into honest man. He can turn ___ ________ 4 7 21 -r.: :J. ?? jy
an eon City -u A. McKlnney____ 11.63 said 40, thence 8 20 rllll 1<4 A beg 420 ft N of SBCo
a'liar Into truthful gentleman Lot 8 of BIk 13 Sampson tn :H, line of SWH of 8W'4 '
Maid
a drunkard sober. City _-_- _________... 4 7 21 Unknown ____________ 5.52 thence E 80 of, rH, N 40 80, run N315ft, IV 210 ft. J

He can make a All the Frac of 8E'" of rd. to he"'.....:.__>. ._____113 II 118 60f.. D. Oleott_________ 24.43NE'4 S 315 ft. E210fttobeg
He can take a fallen woman and NH'4 & that portion I of ex 1 lot BO N A 8 by

make her! aa pure as snow on a 13 SWV.of of Cornelia NKVi Irma St S aooordlnn A- ESri ; :X'ofot tOl'i SWK22_::::23 g n 20 10 N.a B,1 Sullivan----------Walnwrlght .. 12.68 4.17: .5 115 ft E NWU ft W In of SB SEU C-or-21 6 23 2 Octavla Ellerson ...... Ip

mountain top. It takes regenerating to plat of W5AofNKofNWofNEK _________-_ "______113 II 22 1 111'., Mlnnle S. Brown. 2.90 Rounded. 8 by Jackson t
Sampson City & that land 13 by hard road, N
to make the change. Com 3ao ft m of 8W Cor
Unless grace a man Is born again you portion, of NW ( SE'4 AH of NE'4 of NW14 & run by land of J. R. Alvares.21 6 23 5 Addle E. DeSue_.___. 1J| )
1
T; "iaNottr.lIa; N 898 ft. E 880 ft. 8 898 Com at SW Cor of a 13

,can reform him, but If you turn that A of NEVi otSUVi A ft, W B30 ft to beg..83 II 22 3 A. J: Lowery_________ 8.Ge A tract of land for. ,

a him loose with temptations ha Is : portion lylnir N of "altS'Ry.It N'1a of NW'4 01 NW'4 80 merly owned& by P. OOoodwlne .
ha will back portion owned by W N 4 A of "HW14' of NEf y run E ",
) like a hog or dog go along S side of said
___.._______.. 4 7 31 64 Unknown NW 51% of NWy
to his vomit or to wallow in the H. Bailey __ _.__i. 17.68 f NW: t 7434 of SW': land to SB Cor of Sarah y.

fir mire. NWVi! of BWVi NflJVi *A SWVi NWVi 0"RVJ'4 One of lot NW --_60 ft W_of___33 II U 84 0.0. F. Young---___ 31.42 Scott land W about, south 105 variations yd. .,

I r ____7. 1 7 21 320 Unknown ,_____________ 6644 NE Cor corn of Lot 4 of BIk4&run5100ftW to a post, thence NW '., "
All of NWy4Sof to beg In NBVI of SWH war ,
61ft.
NIRAM WYNN DIES r'n'th A 8V4 of NWVix N 100 fto E tI2 rt to Temple Sub))lv_.____.21 6 23 3 .Unknown ____________ 10.Ji
AT HOME IN HAMPTON E 440 ft _______ 8 7 11 Mr M. .. ,
100 E. floods- ._. 85 79 Wot81k18ofR3W '
____ ___
beg -.13 a u
Lawtey O. W. Roberte__ ,
_____ n.lII
1 1.--, ARIA of NR'4.___________. 7 21 40 Dr. Ida J. Helber..er._._ 13.40 ex1A1nNECor&E',_ ':
Lots II, 8 of Elk 4 W
SE'lf-' of I'fW'4 NBV4 ofMW'4 ex nfBlk1SofR8 W "
** of died II T 21 15 ft Lawtey_____-----23 II U O. W. Robert.________ 48.18 In
Nlram Wynn Hampton "" 80 Unknown ________,-... 21.19 Temple Sub DIv___---31 6 33
29. NFJ'4.or "NW'vjmr!! !! II 7 21 40 H. J. Milligan------ 18.40 All Elk a Lawt..yhIl8 II sa Chas. Dlnkins __.______ 21.28 9 D..... ILloyd_______._ 1491
at his home there April NWy- of NE'4 A N10'of' Lot 4&E'4ofLotlotBlk NWU of Elk 4 H of R 2 W&Wy4ofBlk88ofR '".,"". .

} Mr.. Wynn was born Dee 23, NW'4 &W of NWU & 1 Lawtey-----26 II 12 Unknown __________ 118.111 ', : 'OJ', 'I
N of 8KV"of NWV4 A All Elk 13, .LawteyU II 13 Chu Dlnklna----_ 411.11 2 W A 66 ft wide B A
1883 near Starke. He was the : W by 830 ft N ,"
W of BWVi'& BE'A otNBU Lot. 1. I. of Blk 18 A 8 onE > ; .

son. of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wynn. 8 4 ____________.._10 7 21 300. R. H. Smith A Co.__.. 63 96 Lawt..y _______________.23 1 12 :r. M. Reddl.h.______ 20.10 3 8 side of of SBVi also of Elk ,,'".,.i'. y' .
Lot. 8, 7, 8 .f Blk 18 Law- R 3 W that :
He had always lived In Bradford of NBU & NH of toy .____...._...___-___.33 II 12 V. R. neddl.h.._____- 82.111 portion of SWH of .. .
where he had a host of NBJU\ of NWK.w____1! 7 31 .110 W, H. Smith.! ..._____ 1301 SWU of NEH containedIn
r County, W. of SBUNVTHWU _____.____ --13 7 21 80 T.. J. Wynn_________ 84.93 All Blk 19 I..wt'1.tU' II II Mrs C. S. Smith.-- 8.40 last. two descriptions
.1.l friends and relatives Mr. Wynn A. BH of SE .16 7 21 560 R. H. Smith A Co.._.,,... 106.07 Lots 8 Elk 4 of Blk 22 Lawt.y2A g.n = Eva A. u: Also. com at a pt 176
: belonged to the Graham Church of 8% of SBU of Nl!!,>, & E Halt 1. Lawtey.23 Chas. Dlnklna === ft N of SB Cor of land
Sf Z of 8W Lot 16 East Lawtey--. Gladys Green 6.68
/ NW'4
8EU
Christ of which he was a faithful .. E g of 8W &NW Lots 111. 18, East Lawtey.: = Mr., M. :1. Edward.: =:: 6.44: owned man A by run Jennie N 486 Ha ft. W-

member for many years ofBEU NW'4 ______________18 7. it 280 R. H. Smith A Co._... 54.17 Lot It East' Lawtey------ ltrs M. E. Edward_____ 43.83 626 ft, 8 486 ft, B 625
'i !! of SWVi & 8W" of Lot U & Lot 2. A East ft to beg All In Temples
life and
He lived clean
a good, RHH ex 1 A In NE Cor1T 7 21 79 K. J. Murrhee.___._. 19.62 LawtW _h"._"___'.___ ]\f..1. Bell-------------- 19.18 Sub Dlv..._____-__21 6 23 13 Ben Dell __. _____._ l.lun
was especially attentive to his SEU. of NEU...----------17 7 21 40 R. H. Smith A Co.____. 8,00 Lot 26 East Lawtey___. I = LixsieThomas -. 6.66 BIkfofRi W & EJ,. -
family He was a Hrlend to all NEU! of HKU-------------1'1 7 21 40 Volunteer of America. 8.00, Lot 26 East Lawtey-- Mrs J. T, Moore22.08: of Blk 8 8 of R 2 W InSWVi
SKU Of SWU & BWU of Lots 80, 81. 82 East Law-
,who knew him. f '4ex9AInNECor Icy __._____-_____ 1Ifrs. MInnie 8. Brown, l&.n I of NEH\ Temples
4 East Sub Dlv ---------_1____21 6 22 15 Ben Dell ______ _
Lot 82 I.awt..y______. _
c; The funeral was held Monday, A 1 A In 8W Cor otSEVi Ueo..1. White-_______ 18.83 EofElkISofRiW\
of SBVi.._____.__.19 7 21 74 H. D. Wa dln...._____ S3.99 Lot I. Otts Sub Div East .. & EH of Bile: 2 8 of R 2
.V April 30 at the Hampton Church of NE'4 ___________19 7 31 160 Chenler Fox" *____: 40.69 Lawtey ______________ Florence Bell _---_ 11.22 W In Temples Sub Dlv__21 6 23 10 R. A. Newsom.11.11
d Christ Mr. Smith of Graham, a BH of W'4tof NE'4.IO 7 31 40 K. J. Murrhee,.______ 1061 W 8 A of 74E144 01 NE'4 of WnfBlklshfR3w

7$ life long friend of his, preached the EH of NWU of SW\4\ __.. 1/ II II 8 Unknown __________._ 11.99 &EKofElkISofRW 4
k NW& MW\4\ of $1144 of NEV4..34 II U
10 M.0.
NE'4 of !4434e Soheltlln22,73
sermon. He was laid to rest at NE'4 of NW% 01 111'4: & In Temples Sub DlV__21 6 23 10 Charles E. Brook___. Til
A __--! 7 21 200 R. II Smith A Co..._.._ S8.78 W 2A2 ft of BIk! 1 8 of R
,n the Wynn cemetery among his > of NW'4. olK9Pl'h' A N'ria of NE"% nf IIE'4..U II II 30 nJaekahnr Mflf. Co.-.._ 14.89 1 W & W232ftofBll.
SWKof85( .x10Aln any of S64 of NE'4U II U 10 dirs.. O. D. Bcheltlln-x 11.88 2 S of R 1 W Tempi

children BW Cor _. .. 21 7 21 40 W. T McEver.._____ 16.77 SE'4 of NE44 of NFJ'4 & Sub Dlv __-_.__,...__..__21. 6 22 3 M. D. Bumgarner____ 1IJIIII
Pallbearers were I_ G. Johns, IIW'4 of SWU of aEViv4 ._ ...11, 7 31 10 Unknown _____________ 5.48 N of 81114'" of NE.1I4 II U 30 H. O. ( rant______._____ 17.13 BlklRofflWexW
C. L. May L. J. Waterson H. V. HWV\ of __.::__ _.ai 7 11 40 .7 A. flrare________. 1429 F.444444 Of NEV'y4' of NW'25 II II 20 Dr..1. H. Carractlne__ 31.t5 262ft&BIk2Seff '
'kr JV4 of NBV4' _..-.._-.33 7 31 80 Wm. Blade ._______.. 34.75 5834 of of SW'I' _..___26 II U 10 C. I. & M. Dlngtelder6.86 1 W .x W 282 ft A ex
Saxon, V. Jones, !_. J. Tucker Air 8WV4 of NWVi 8 of RE% of SEV 0' SW -----25 II U 10 Wm. Andrews ________ 8." 2H A In SE Cor-91.' A

,4 He Is survived by his widow; road ._..._of__-NE'4-...ANWM ease 7 21 33 L. J. Wynn_________ 13.33 WJ&f &NWtI N1I.4 oZENw'l: Temple "Sub' Dlv___.___21 6 23/ 10 R. A. Newsom__..___._.
of 8WU
W14 Lot 1 2
ti four daughters and one son, two \ of NWJi, sm'1 of 8554> ____-._________18 II II 111 Unknown ___________ 12.111 Hlk ,12,, 3.Knlg-hfs 8. 9, 10 Sub of

brothers, Jack Wynn and Carl of NWVI NBVi of '.r..*' NE'4 of NWK of IIW'4211 I U 10 Loul.e Stanley __._,,__ 11.88 Dlv of SWU\ of SEVI___21 8 22 Errol Alvares _..__._. TSIi {
of Graham. NWV4 or Loot 8 A All HSi of NIAt of NE\4 01 Beg at NW Cor of 1
i Wynn of NW% N Of __ u 0I !' -----3 1 U 10 Unknown ____ ______ 11.88 of 8WH & S SWH
4> public road ............23 7 11 148 unknown -----..:._, 11717 S'y,.o!- ': ., ., K. 140 yds. run N 70 ydsvi 70 yds.<<, 1

. Moose are found of grazing be- I Lot 1,3. 8, 4 or Frael 8e.36 7 31 168 Bank of Stark.______ 33.41 YV O Anfa WT'Acts T 'E .O i yo" to beM'-3 A____22 6 23 2 Minnie t01 1
All NEVi of NWH W of of NEUJ. ___ _2. II 22 18 '-f.I. Bel...------___ 1073 SWU of 8WU", of 8BH ex Pringle _---- I
it Death water.f road-11,78 A.-_._ SJ 7 31 17 J. F. Bharp*...., IS.83 EH of SEVi of SEVi of K 2 A&743AofE'. of

,- i .1 0) Lot 4 .of HIk 13 In nraham.S9: 7 21 Bank ot Stark*.=== 1.08 W I 4'VA R'4 'of.NEvT"of"NW'4_. -__10 \I\ 22 5 Chas, Dlnkln____.... 8.73 NEH of SWU of SWU__22 6 32 10 :r. R. Royal________ Lill I
1 6 A In SW 'or of NWU otHWU WIAofS'.4 1
5 5'if Cattle raising is the chief Industry of ___________ ___11 23 of SEVi of
A SWU of NWH ._' NWWW \ 1 5 T. T. Blackburn!.___... 694 8WH of S' y4--------33 6 23 1 Modlna Byrd ______.__. lG t
of NB Cor '4 of of
Paraguay less 1 A In 4kBWU SBVi NBViNWU of SH of SBU: ,
of 8W,.._ __--__ID 7 SI at C. B. Robert.._____ 3650 MW'4 *_... __18 II S3 5 Unknown ._ _______ 3.75 A In SW of SWVi ex 4 l8 1
Cor.____.
.' Lot A of BIk 8 In 8WV4 of ofNW u"of's'EU" ___-.21 6 22 14 Ella Parker _._____
iif. NBVi In Uraham_____...39NH 7 31 E. Strickland _____ 704 Wi of SEU of NWU of' NEVi WH of of NEU___.____-__-_U 8 23 fO Otis E. teaeh:: ____ ISN II
NWH\ ot 8W .
% x

,' A of In NW NWVi Cor of of NBU NIt A of 8 NW snu, A of EH SBU of_SWVi___\___of__26NBVi II S3 10 Presley A Tharln Green 1468 All N"WVA"of"NE'__of_ .Evr2JS 6 23 111 Unknown _____-____. 1.p i

4 NEU W of duller \ of NWU> of SBU___.26Ji II 22 10 R .L. Brown._______ 666 of road_, _.. .21 6 33 Bank. l 9
'ifI' Branch .._._..--._-..-_30 7 11 38 II. D. Wasdln_______ 13.93 of SWU of 8WU & That portion -of BWVof 9 Bradford County t
SHof S'4 of NWVi\ aSSWVi of 811&: 8W'
; NSW3 SW4! ___L..._._.-L ._.37 5 S3 31 of SEU of
ji In CoorMNNl4ofNE Unknown..________ 14.35 8EVi 3 of Peek road.3 6 22 20 Ernest Wunderllch __- "rl t
: '4 8WKgof SBVi ot NWU & Portion of of
BH NEU!:
8H of NBHA NWU"of 1
Branch & N S5 of r._ of
I FM NWU of SHUEH ______SO T 21 150 '1'. W. Wa.dln_._____ 56.97 BW SS44 SWU .of NWU Starka?*K&Mlddleburg, t
Ih of EH & E% of SWVi of & W 4 of NH public road-18.7& ill
';S of L'lE'4' -- --- 7 SI 160 C. R. Robert..____ 3080 of 8WH of SWU____.38 I as 45 Unknown .,______ 18.4 NEK NEL--_ A.-.12 6 6 33 22 13 Bradford County Dank.. il8SEy 5
'. N14 of NW" oNW .& ._ ..52 7 31 SO C. B. Robert_____ 674S3 Lot 18 In Woodlawn.-2/ 22 10 L. H. Hill______ 1.11 : ; ex- E'4 rI4 40 Ruby A. Hayes__ --
,:, I Com at SB Cor of SWU. Lot 3. 62, 41 In Wood. NWK of 8j; tip
% of 8W'4U 6 33 _. t
36 If.Herndon.
1 of NBH run W ITS lawn of _Lots__ -__48.__./In_.39BU II. S3S3 30 Unknown ___________ 14.111 NEK-___________.f6 33 80 Ernest M..A.Wnnderllch. tf8

: yde yds.; 8 N 176 175 10 B beg-176 IToodlawn ___, ....___39EH 1 10 Unknown ____.______ 1,31 rv wft!! of of NWV4.8BHIIIl34' 24 4 4 33 33 40 8. L. Peek______ 118 148 t T

8 A A NBVi of NBH_ 7 21 4Carl Jon. _..-_____ 15.49 of Lot 14 A all Lot IS EH of k Eli of toMr, Etta. Srln.on--

Lot. 1, 3 or Pracl NBA % In Woodlawn._._.______SOBH II S3S3 15 t_ R. I'enmark.--. 1.17 I SWH of SZV34______.-..36WH 6 22 ,90 a. W Hlnson, Act-- *ti 7
Lot 3 or Fred NB% of Lot 9 In Woodlawn.31 1 5 L. H. Hill.______ 2,81 of SWU 'of NW'1 &'
"' Lota 33. 84 .
86 34. 47,
,.' : of NWVi NWlml4 les-. 0AInSW 0. .. e 60, 11. 891, 60, 43, 63 48.In erc&8 ot NWH of 8WH

\; I "or ______.._ ull 7 11 160 Bank of Stark._____ II." Woodlawn __-'..._..___81 6 S3 120 J. :F. Morrison.13,11 8WH 0 of 1-S NWH A A_SEVi___. of__ IS-l'l' N
JI
\\:1.: NWU of NWI4 ii'H' oTNWH Lot 15. .40, 41.' 43 In W' S 23 60 John A. Mor..n--

oj'"J ANH of 8WI4.I' T It 160 Bank et.Slark.-.__ n.11 Woodlawn _.__.__-___.31 I SSas 40 Unknown ,_________ 1584 of EH of 8EV4 of lp !.
if... :Meth. Sdlictel All .___________10 II .40 R.. L. Black Co___ In.al Lot. II, 37 In Woodlawn_33 I 10 Unknown __________. 988 8t SWri_... :<...-----p'wi.-----._:-_-_-_!27 7 1t II 1200Ruby A. F. Kins---ll.__ lf.Y t1.or
.: alt.3r All .__________.11 3'', II .to R. L. Black Ca,__ Ifl.I' Lot 3 In Woodlawn.t.-__33 1 23 10 Unknown _______ 368 / SB'U o leis S 'Aim II Mao Popp .1.l
All ___.____ _.52 I. 513 R. L. Black & Ca.-.__ 11'.51 BH of NW Cor A.S
A in
,' W All .T EH of BBHIiiNEu"of" ; 1 II R. L. Back a C__ 111.0' 8WH of Nf! t&4V.NH of Cor _NBB __ ll'y' 6
Bio Johnson
"----------'- -17 0 33 II _
II 440 R. U Black .
AU ---------.1 Co._ 1".18 NJ : NEH: II8 h
(, : o.' rci.ow can buy NEH WH Of NWt4N: oIpfafS.E 1f.--_-__-.3S I S3 ISO "O. Davidson.___ 71.31 ,6 A.of'of=NW'of 0' 8W'A11 0 23 1 lire T. P. Wal1.W ..--. H
NW
: of
% ,
H %
NBH NH ot NWV4----26 1 II 110 R. L. Black&Ca_ n.11 of SlWol"NJ 61
,. BW\4
!b. Illtf All -3 4 S3 040 R. L. Black Ca-- NWH of BWU of N'$3 1 S3 30 Unknown _________ 622 B H of swvT'o'f"JJEU A"NWU 17 S 22 I.A. :r.,, P. King__ d.
4i11SZ All .VB BU"O.I! BEU"Is?' 1 23 ,SOS R. U Black & C__ 1/4./1 BH: of SWU of SBH! A of SETA Ir
All *x NBUnf 8WH\ *XSBU 8H\ of BEH of SEU14> 6 SS 44S3 Unknown ____ 2233 nfl'\ ru A NEH' :
of 8EH______ -.St 4 32aa 564 R. L. Black CO.___ 104." 1 A la !SBH! ef'8J % of 3 A for road:__*.A___*__ex .. .
BBH of BEH.. __ __ ..26,I 4 44 B.WIIk.r.on._______ Itll' 8EH: W of _... ___37 S Iii II R R. Pr.vaU.- 1 A
Mad -- Hy- } -I. I. 1 L. H. Hlil___. W 5 A of of _
/0 All ____________11 33 440 R.. loa Black Ca___ 11'.18 BWH' of SWU of 8B! 'J____38 6 S3S3 10- 0.... Coleman ?, _.___,._._ T.150" NWH of BWU NBH of N5 8WH',' _____27 37 S. II 11 I 'A..KIt< JC.Williams Wall_____- h
NlO't. .. WH of 't.ot NWU' of 10 A "S..8 side of XEVof .
EvS5k: All'1/34 o 3N534 NWof '. S 15 C. I.: M. DlncfeMeCharlie -._ .... NW\4 --__27 II 10. Flerenc..C, Flynh--- m
a PLOA i. E of RI.______13 4 II SflO R. L. Black Co.__ 3634 jiEu-n. z.- 83 40SS ) Tehart ______ 11.,' Com at NB Cor
on NEI4 _.________.___.1. 4' S3S3 10 R. U Black & Ca___ 3033 B34 0' 511 of SWy' of BBU, of
NH ... "I'iE'4" tof SBU-88 4 340. R. L. Black Co.___ 17." EK ......._l------ 4' 4 11 Bradford County Bank. ...;. NEH thence A 8 run W 182 ft.
t d1. 1'o' rt m W 1 A of IIW\4 01 .W 5 Easterly to a
N51y 4E'44ofNW14 ,,- 4 ss a T. C. Cra.for4- tat Pt Iii ft W of 80 line

Wt4 of NWN& .H-.__34NH 4 33 640 R. L. Black II C__, 1S407 NWH N'4 of of NJ SKU''4 ot_81C14__-_-.5 6 4 4 31 S3 40 10, Unknown Mlllard R._Judd_- .____| 385 NBU on 8, thence side of SEVi!\ of J
8 !:
ot BKH66NV4 : 1 33S3 640 H. U Black & Co._ 111.41 NEVi! : of NWH__ :-?.7 4 13 4S3 V"aown._ ,, 1406 640 ft Easterly s
ol __. __348H 1 80 R. L. Black & Co...... 16.31 ,,,,-, 1419 to a pt 134 ft
,',rase, MIie.'M: NWU NH of 8WU .f Nrip'le4--_ 8. 4 SO Jno. 8. Bacwell. .. .._ 7.36 from said. 8eo line, 1.h
Of ANH 8 EH of NBU .
Of 8BU thence B 110 ft to
NKU! of SW'L.__34 33 40 Unknown .,. SEH A 8WU ofESE3i.tt 1 II 116 8.0 h
of .__.? H." Wm. E. Tarbrou*;...__ 5330 line, thence N on 80
tot 8. 4 or To A In KBV4 WH of NWHWU of BW'4U It 10 Cha. ReIm.r. line to beg.-._ _
of NBU' -. 1 1 S3 10 Unknown .._.._....._ I." ot NWU... A NWU of T8W'4 -? 1046 _37 II 11 'John A Morgan-
V'tI. WH <>t NK"----N--!(_ I I 310 Carson M. Orlffla.__ ,... A \ of BH of 8EV4 of Nil: ex about 1 s I ; e

Nil:% 0' BWIi_________ 1 I 33 40 R. L. Black A Co., .... HK" of 8WU._-..,.- S3 94 W. E. Yarbrougb21.70 AOffEside&AIn NW Cor A .

Lo:: I. .fO T' 4'U:: : BU ot 8BU of 8W"1I : SS 34 Ethel .... Blets-.____ 1I.tO Cor A NEU:\ fA'of SEU'Insw ex .
WH ofl] of NBU A .
\ \ \* Tn
81 \\\<\\\ about 4 A
: : \ of NliiBH NE Cor A
BH NWU t
_11 110 trnknown
: In 'Wood. ol : ____ 3050 I 1 A In NW Cor A 4* A
68. 60, 11. 63 : of SWU Nm'4.l1 S3 SO Unknown 3ZJ
4v MELBA13 lawn ..______10 1 33 350I Unknown __-..ow ..... 17.46 I:'ir..f SW .f sW a ___ 7.11 In SB Cor.- ?-,37 "JJ 66 Lea J. B Klner..--.---

WH( of Lot 0 In Woodlawn-10 1 32; Carl Becker ___uu... 115Lou K of liE .f $W14.__lI 1 JJ 40 Unknown _..____.._ 1370 Com of 100 ft W of NE Cor 1,
10. 18&BKofLot W,." 0' Nm\4\ _____11 II 80 Mrs. Pearl Andrew.-_-_- 37.70 01 W" of NWI4" of .E'4'
53 and All Lot 67 la 1C'i.. or NEI4 0' NE"4 run S 245 ft, W

Woodlawn .11.. 1 33 35 Unknown ___-_-___ 11." NwK __...._l1 1 II 10 W. H. :.ttb:. 810 ft, E 100 /
:clUBs.: ,.... Lot 94, 89 In Woodlawn.:11 I 33, 20 Fred loa. Gonn ._ .... W of NEK- :--of- --- Andr.w6-... ,... Com 200 ..-Vf"Ni ---_u 4 S3 Essl Davis __- -,
NW\.J W
ft
Lots 590. t., 64 In A NB: Cor Cor
Woodlawn ---.11 I 33 to.A. t. Starling 17.11 1B -. A NWU 11 4 13S3 31 Unknown _
o/NEU
8&DmIIJYIU.II CAJW= t11D4iNNw11U Lot. IS. 6Sb In Wood- B U A ofTiEH: of NWH-11 4 II HUT 1.11 t SEU A run 8

lawn *_.-.__-....-.5 II 53 Unknown .______.... 1191 W 0' NE" of NE'41I' 3 II 10 Unknown Andrew__ 5,13 J46 Bt108 t'ofbegIf
Jila-4 Dllr1s11! N% of NNti of SBVi-l -11 I II II U O. Weekley't Trust** .11.41 IWH, 0' 8C' --., ._-..,,,,11 4 S38 Rnby A. Ha)'._.____ 134 f.n$ ft ; 28 6 '21 Geneva ToWns _

c e12'iA t, 1.Y u1 !' ar lr, "; .'.#,5 Ft..f.\.m.\ "'fr..rl'o ,,.1,. ''' ; \ ''''''. : '' "I (Gad..1S.rg.T)
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rRJP.\Y, n"NE !0. 19M BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAIUUS. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN j J

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SUNDAY SCHOOL Deaerlptl.n. llee. T n A Ow... AC.eaAll D..,, I.tl.. as,. T a A 0_S .. .*. <<;Mt* Description. .... T IiWVi A 0...... Avest.<<; : ,

NW'4 of SE'4 S of Lot 27 ot Blk T, City ParkBub E of NWVt ot "lWVi---10 7 S* 10 n. B. Sullivan______- /.15 .:
Call I'It .x. I A 10 SW Dlv, W, A Cf>. Ad. 1 4V4 of NKVi of NW" ftNW
LESSON COl' lob ft by 420 rt8IJ 8 II :I E. D. Card.______ as,1O: dltlon to Stark.-----8$ 0 12 T. R. Tounr.-___.. 1.73 of 8WH ot NBVi. ft8WV
Lots 8. 7. 8 of nllc I Ol.ltrl(_ One acre of land In of HWVi vt NhJVi.lOIBVi : 7 IItt 1IOt. W. Eilward.__ ,____ IS."
FOR JULY 1, 1934 Cal Town or Slarke, Starke bounded E) by E \ of SWVi---_-------.15 T 40 C. H. Hlver.______-___ 11.'"
I NE'4 of SW _________.28 8 II Unknown ______. 11.01 Temple Ave, 8 by Pratt E 1(4 of tiE', B of Stark & .
St. W by Sandemon TUerei.Hn ubllo road___.15 7 40 tTnknown _____-____ 1'.81 ,
Prophets and Kings of Lo Orlginai,I 1 1 6, 7 of Bik I lane, N by Beau Sejour E of NW -" _l7 tt 80 C. II. Hlver.-_____ U.11S 1
:
Subject I Town of StarkeNEv4 Add .:It 1 Lot 100 ft ikl NM of NWUIV of NWy;

("" Lots I, of 4. 8 SW of Blk_____I__a.___211 8 II-D. Co Jones__..:-___ 11.01 In 8E1 Cor._______aq___18 I 22 B. W. Hay: .______ 1.... W of Ry. _____._____ T 11 IS M. K. Moarud...__ 4.11

jo1den( ; Text: "Pride goeth be- extended on Ens.. map On. lot of land In Stark. {IVi of NK<4 of NKVi ft. "
destructlon and a haughty I Original Town of Stark.Nni4 bounded N by Blk at. 'rl'{, of NB\ A. WH, ofNWli
tore fall." Proverbs. ; of 8W34___ ____.18 1 II :- Cha.. Crutchfl.ld ____ 11.10 Oriv Town A E A. S by of NMH' ft 8V Of ,,55 5 I'"
before a By A W by Thompson NWW of NW\ A that
I
spirit; Lots extend.d I. 5, 4, I of Elk 4 aa Street ___.____ -_______.23 8 22: Unknowa. _________... SS.48 portion ot NH of NW"., 555 ,
16:18.: on En."y-map The 8 ISO ft of the fol. K of too
Ill'W"
tJ'if'4N
Kings : Town of Stal'k. $ A .
Text
: NEwi of
11:26-14.1. SW'4__________1II IS T. A. Brlnson.110,34 lowing described pieceof I I, I : of NWI..s1.14AN.' "
Prov. : property, to-wit; s : ,
!JJotlonal) Reading I Ito Lot. 8, 8 of Blk 6 OrlllnRI Beirln. at SW Cur of 'J,. of Ry InilW/ Con ftNWVi ".,r :," -.tl' '
kings Town or '," ;i5 nf le... 1.41A "+ ;
: Starke land sold to Mrs T. T. SWVi\ .
njgnsay.theTentire twelve N1i4 of SW'4u, __h.1II 6 II Florenc. .Flynn 11.11 Long by 8. J. Temple A. 5 5 5 ., :'J." ;. In SW Cor A I.IS A ',,.,".:\ '. {. :, ... '
Lol. 8 8 of Blk 8 Orlcl- + 55
run B 14 degrees, 8 41 Q5 In NE Cor of SWVi of '
of Israel, were the first three, gel Starke ft t hence 8 14 decrees ;'': swvi _____________:___.17V4 7 S3 281S,;-John F, Horr.--___ .5.19
t tribes Saul David and Solomon NEy4 Tf"wiI.._. _,.':" 18 6 u T, T. MoOonatd: .___ IUO W 339 ft. thence w 14 I- .. 4 A In SB CorEof : : +

n&JIIely' __: Saul received Lots. .1. of Blic.U rtrl. decrees B H) ft. thence. NV4 of NWvi-- 1WtE -, i iA
?t David. 16yA
the ---- HHI Town of Starke. N _14..__decrees' ID 389 tt. nf SEVI of 5;
klnVoVwlth the great prom- N1CV4 of SWVi____...8 t 22 F. F. Stump_____ 4415t 111 d- K 16 A of NRVi ofBWii ', ,, "
the less EiSftSlnofLots/,6 41"t'c"io 'be In aarka.8 9 S3 Bradford County: Bank. IS.11 A 84' ot BWVi ex 'I,
Ise but his end was glorious. (if Blk 18 Original Res Blk ln8tarke bound. right of way ltd IS.___ISSVH 7 S3 500 John F., Horr...._?___ lot."
David became the "man afterGod' Town of Starke. NBV4 ed N by r of 1iIof{ NEV\v.
to whom God of \ ---28 22 Chas G. Woodbrldve... UI bv Adams Itl 8 nbtL.. of NF.' '
heart" ------- AVvNty '
I own Lots 5, 8\4o-Bik It ex E Payette 8t A W bv 9t.2S: 8 S3 4 Edward Burns ____? 1SS.74 of NWVi\ of SWVi.19 7 S3 388 John F. Horr_____ ".IS
made promise of great blessing 48% ft Original Townof 3AInSWCorofNW4 Ml 814" of NWU of 8WV1A ,
shall be established forever. Starke NKVi: of SWViSSK t 22 Chas. Q. Woodbrld e__. 148.U of SWVi In Starka less NBV4 of SWVi 8 of
thy throne 'IB -20 ft of Lota II, 7 2 Lots ___...._._______.28 8 23 Mr. J. S. Wynn: .___ 11.4 O S. A F Ky ex: 8 A In
." (III Sam. 7:16)). of Blk IT Orlg-lnal. Town Com at 8W Cor of Mad I. //il1'1 ('''1' A NE4 of SWSG .

received the kingdom Starke, NKVi of SWy4.28 t 22: Chas. 0. Woodbrldge... 123.67 son A Sanderson 8ts A of SW': ,. '. .. __U T 2* 30 Rolen John _________ 14.44
Solomon WOf 8-3 ft of Tots 6,1 run W 178 ft for a pt Com at f>K Cor of Sen 19
from his father! David. God appeared Blk 17 Original Town of of Ibo *, thence 8 Jin ft, A run N 73Mi yd*, W 70 I
to King Solomon In a dream Starke, NKVi ot SW-J8 8 :23: Chas. Q. Woodbrlde 74.62 ft. N t ft. W a. y'ttM, S: 73M, yd*. B 70 ,
what I shall give B 4.V. ft of Lots 1. 2 ot ft. N U' ft to Madison yd. to ben-i A-------15 7 33 t H V. Saxon A
and said. "Ask Blk 18 S 10 ft Original Bt, thence W 70 ft to "I'J.. H. Saxon.---, 20.41
and because he asked for an Town ex of Starke bear In Starke., ________38 6 S3 J. C. Robln.on.8 .-______.. 40.70 ConTo yd- W of SB] (" ,I
thee, to _.___. 183.97 Bear at NW Cor tlf Mad(. I ... ., of Sea 19 A run W HOd "
heart God added NKV4 of 8W%.______..23 8 22 Unknown ___ .'
understanding Son. _, Court St. A > -, N 70 I'd.. E 80 :yd*.
riches and honor also. 1 Kings Blk 21 Original Town ot W toe ft for a t>t run of & 70 yds to bev___._.__...19BV4 7 S3 1 Wm. Kalchrutr ____.. 3S.84 ;
him Starke. NKH of SWVi.__2S 6 22 Chas. O. Woodbrld 147.88
beg thence of a, 1 A lot In SW : )
In spite of all this he A run N 105 .
Fracl Lots
But Lots 1, 3 & ,
3:12.: ft, W 120 ft, S 105 ft, K Cnr of SEVi of 8BV4 ot8BU
established Idol worship to B ex W 60 ft of Blk 180 ft of .! ______ .195V4 S3 _
won 14 Original Town to pt beg In T W. It. Griffin...._?_. 1S.1I I{
o.Btark.
heathen wives who Town of Starke._____ 28 23 Unknown .. __ 11.50Beg Aln SEVi of SBVi,Coin "
please his many ., NKV of SW%__M t 23 Unknown ________ 1634 --- u 314 ft B of 8W Cor of \
at NW Cor of Bay"
were idolaters. In order to support ; Blk 29 aa extended on Madlnon 8ts' A run N 106 aid 8E"4 of srcv* ft run
court and his even Entiey map ex S 100 ft, W 890 ft to Iirnad. N 640ftE aU ft. SBtO
his gorgeous and his three hundred ft & ex E3 -80 ft OrlKl- way St, 8 on said St lOG ft, W 3411 ft to be ..19 7 33 5 Unknown ..-____-___ 30.818.4S
wives ot
nal Town Starke +
Hundred
Unknown ______...:..____ 16.64 ft to Madison St. thence All that triangular piece
heavy burdens of NKVi\ of SWV.__________28 6 22 310 of
concubines n on mid St : ft to ,> land lying between
Imposed and much forced Com 171 ft S of NG Cor beg. Inil/ .___....____ 6 U Mrs, Josephine Edwards 11.80 the Ity track of the 8.
tax were of Blk 29 aa extendedon A.LAOS, &F.&the
S 3o rt of tots I, 4 ofBik
labor. Among the forced laborersof money map! &* run 1 ,:;r-: I. J. D. Jones. Add old dl.uttd Y of U. S. )

the northern tribes was Jerobem 80 Walnut ft, S 10(1(St ft thenceN B SOft ". -" ';. ,,' to Starke -_-----9$ I IS ),11''' Etta Brlnao__ 1.33 Lo' r.I In Ry ;H A i..-_____--19 T II Henry Brooks ...___? If:
to One lot of land l in Starke Hut.on Add to
a "Mlgnty man of -valor. (I Kings alongW side of said. 281 ft N 8 by 110 ft Hampton ________ __.-..11 T 1:1: Unknown _________ 7.7.
11 28)) and being Industrious and St 100 ft to beg Orlffl. 1'1 & W bounded N by Lot 14, 15 ot Blk 14 In I
: nal Town of Starke, Pratt St & E 8andenon llamptnn __________.... .19WH 1 II Unknown __...
placed him overall 8 22 W. A. St.rn.-____._ 30.10 by ._____ S8S4
Solomon ___ __ 38
capable NE14 of SWVi .- Lan. __________.11 II J. W. Harrill.------- of 81.54] nf t4-__30 1 la :30 Ira L. Adam3 *--_._____ .... ,
the charges (Labor) of the Beg; 80 ft S ot NE Cor Lots 7. 8 of Blk 13. In Lot D I W of Highway Sub ,
of Joseph. While he was of Blk 29 as extendedon Oa..klna Add to Btarke..U 0 12 Mrs 1.1..1. Uoilln..a.. Dlv of BWVi of SW :._.SON 1 II H. V. A J. H. Saxo.._ 7.14 ,

house Ahljah Knnev map He run S ". -> worth ------------ 18.0' ,4 of BW>4 of 8WH_____SIBKVi T II Ira I* Adams._____ II.U 'j
thus occupied the prophet 91 ft. W 80 ft, N 01 Lots 1 I, 8, 4, 6. a or mil of NKV.. _...___.,._--21NKVi 1 II 40 l\f..r. Green.____?____. 1483 "
followed him out of Jerusalem and ft, K 80 ft to bet Original r' I, 13. In Oll.kllta Add toStark. : of HWV- 21HV. 1 II 40 Clifford Itahme--_. 11.81) ), I

were alone In a I Town of Starke. 8 22 A. W.'And.renn.28.78: _____________--1 II I Mrs Onl. Fr..mal11.11 '. of SKi/4' of NW11..il. 1 12 SO Q. W, Itahme, Acto,____ .... ,
when they two NEVi of 8WVi___-____->8 I A In NE'4 of RE4 N'4 ..f NWVi ftHWVi \
field Ahlajah took his own garment -I EMi{ of Blk SO a. extendedon n Dowling. NNE4/ ---------1* 7 II 00 Wm K.lrhriuter ..._ 11.14) 5 I
which he had brought for : Bns: y map ex S 105 Add to dS"R te. A by 8WV, of .______--.S3B14 1 II 40 M. J. Clr.en.-__....._::. 11.'" \) .
ft Original Town of of 8K:>4 .2SBWH 1 II 80 Unknown _..._._ k .
St. W by W..tmor..lan. ------------- ---
that purpose, and rent It In twelve' Starke, NKVi of 8W%__.28 a 22 Unknown -----._.-. 8.85 St N by Oasklns Add of SWVi.________.20BBVi 1 250 J. D. Thompson...*.._:: 1 lun .." I

saying: "Take thee ten Lots 8. 8 of" Blk 3J.. to Starke ____________.29 1 ::11 :I J. a. Boyd.___?_______ '.al of SBVi --.---.---,...37N 1 II 40 J. D. Tnomi on.-_.__ 13.1172IIJ''

pieces pieces: for thus salth the Lord. I M.Starke John__.Addition.__._.___to-_18 8 22 A. W ..Anderson28.58 I : In SW5AInSW NW Cor of AF4:
will( rend the kingdom out of the 214AEofRyInSWCor Con of ..EV, o' AEV ___-39 1 II T Edward Burns -_?___ 1I.0t A KV_ of 8WU' sR' V4 of
and will give ten of SKV4 of SWtt bounded AWy of BWS W o'
hand of Solomon N by John Add, Wby Lota 1. I. A Etof trot SIn of BEVi% A NKVi of 8BVt ?

tribes to thee." Jeroboam waa to a by line, SE Con of NEy4 ofNE'4I" A Sty of REV' ut SEV4.S8NNVi 7 II toe Unknown......._____. h,
of the garment, oRl't: 9. legf Blk A---_____-.t9 U 1 D.. Ida 3. H.lberc.r__ 18.08 ..f NWV4. _____...,2BWU 1 tt 40 J C'. 1.......,___._____ 1980 i ,
take the ten pieces 47 J. M Johns Additionto W. too ttofLot3&F.' of HW _-,__.,....-8NWVi 'f II 40 H Y. Saxon....____- 157 1I '{'
likewise be was to exercise his own Stark _---_---_- !SLot 6 22 J. O. Boyd_________-. 22.00 18'ty ft of Lot 4 In 8E of NBV* _____...__S913V4 1 13 40 W. O. Baal......___- 13.30

Initiative and take the ten tribes t&N9ftofLotl Cor A of _NSY_____of_NE1414 ____-__.29 ot BVi of NFlVi of -
arrived of Blk 1 Llvlna-cton. II I Maml. Johns _______ SI.1 FIe.\ .. 1 lot 87hi ft
when the appointed hour TrubyE Co' Additionto W 8140 ft of Lot 4 & all N A B by 127 ft B A" W.T SIS3 10 Hampton Dev Co.._._ It.'t-
which was not during ,the life of Stark ________-_____IS 6 22a R. A. Newsom____._ 21.79 Lot 6 on 8 aide of NEyE Blk 4 Sub Div ot NBVi of
Llvlnw- NEv-4 A.----19 21 Mamie Johns ----------------$0 T S Unknown .......__.. I.8T .
not to lose LotH 4, .6 of Blk 1, Lo..f : f : lUI ..
Solomon. Solomon was lon, Truby & Cos Add 8 of NEy of NEy-.98 12' Maml. Johns ::::::.::: Blks 7, 1, 15. 14, 15. It, IT
his kingdom because he was the dltlon to Stark*..._-.-_IS 22 Unknown ______- 20.13 Ely of NWV4 of SE'4 elt Huh DIY of NKH of .

son of David for the unworthy son Lot 1 of Blk 5 Living-ton, N 8 A__________ ._ ______ 1 II 1Lary Sklnn.r _______ 1.1' NW'4 ___..________.. ..___10 T U '14 Mac.l. m. Johnson___ 11.IC ,

may receive unmerited favors because Truby Stark& Co' Additionto _tt 8 22 Unknown ___..-______ 5.11! NE/ SW'4 of E4O.:ieN Com tor 111 or NE14 yd. of F2 NPJI4 of NW A ) S

of .righteous parentage. See Lot 4. 11 of Blk 11 Llv 28114 tt ..___-:______IO II: 10 Iaham Wilson _______ :10.10: run fJ U 1.3 ,.d.. II ..1011rd"
& Co's Sty of SW4---------------30\ II .0 Herman SUftrth.26.11 W 81 1,3 yd". N
Ps. 37:25.: ld"Ir"s\ ; Starke._-_---11 6 22 -J.' O. Boyd-: ______' __ It.04 Ely of NF.1L of NE'4 .It yds to bec.________...O 1 II 8 Sank o. stark.15,57 +

learning of the prophets Lots B, 8. 9. 10 of Blk It S fAN of fy--__ 31 1 ::11 1. Unknown ___________ 10.01 )egatapt150ftEofa'
Upon Livingston Truby All E\W of NE'4 of NEy. pt 55M1yds N tit SW Con
message to> Jeroboam Solomon Co' Addition to Stark SI 6 11. Unknown _____. 80.35 N d. R-I A-----------11 6 II I Orin WIt.on _____ 1.118 of NE% of NEp: A run
sought to thwart the plan of God Lot t of Blk 11 Llvlnn- t NW'4 of NW\4\ .x 1'1' 10 AII II 10 lIerman S.Iferth ____ 10." It 740 ft, III 1I1\W ,.de,
Ad- S 8 A of'W- of NF.4, of W710itN15Syyds\
Co'a
*
by taking his (Jeroboam's) life dltlon ton, Truby to Stark---: ---_IS 8 12Unknown -__. (.82 NE'4 & of NW\4\ of to beg __ ._______,.____.0 1 U 1 M. L. Watt.rson11.14
but he fled to Egypt for safety and Lot 7 of Blk 11 Livingston NE'4 d. NE: ------____ 1 II sa Unknown ___________ '.'1SW"i Lol" IS. H, 18 11 of Elk .

remained until the death of Truby Co' Addition __. t,ItS3 of NE'4 8E4 of II In Hampton-_______80 7 II W. B. Illok. _________ It.1 y'
there to Stark*____ --_28) 1 22 Hayes Sternber NE 4 es. 10/1. on S s de.5l II 70 B. C. HOUI.ndorf____ 13,11 of I1lk I In HamlltonIO T I. Mias Ada Nlmmo..___ $2.41
Kind Solomon. Lot 0 *'B'O ft of'Lot 1 ., ... NES4! of tlE'4 ofNBt4---J3 1 II 10 Louis Kahn _-__ Jim dohs I. 8 of I1lk II A. Jots 5
Blk 14 bounded 8 byJ. Com at tlW Cor of NW'4 e. 1. 8 of Blk 11 In
The king being dead all Israel of. O. Turner land Livingston of SE'4 run FJ no fl. Hampton _.___... ___.._.00 T 1:1: L. J. Wynn: ________ 10.aa'Lol. 5'
came together at Shechem to make Truby .c Co's N 100 ft, W 260 It, II 1. of Blk 11. In
Rehoboam, Solomon's son, king. Addition to Stark____ < 22 ITenella Snyder_b_Louise -- 1553 100 ft to b.C-l A.II U 'I Simon Tr'aon _______ 1,11 Lol.Hampton 8. 4 of_. Dlk_It_In.$O 1 U Hampton Den Co,____ 1.7. !

Jeroboam also came. out of Egypt Lots 4. S of Blk 18 LlvIngnton Coo at 81016 SE A Cor run of J''I:& Hampton ._________10 T II W. a..ala_..?_____ .'.1'

and he with the congregation of Truby Go's 11.04 to of beg. then'. dots 6. McCall.
yds
__
___ pt
22 J. Q. Boyd-: ._ dlt'I :plt'.n:
had Addition to Burke35 ft. N 310 f t E ;. ___.,___JO 7 II Hampton D.v. Co.______ '1I.1t
the grevloua yoke his father 8 of Blk 11 Ll,,- 110IA. S210fttob.g. .ots I t. 1'0. II of Blk 18
placed on them and ,requested that InViton. Truby ft Go's .Ie 2AonN.14.ofa7y in f ampton------. _--10 1 U Georgia BOllthern AF1. 1
13.13
he make it easier and If so assuredhim Addition to 8tark ...---1I: 8 22 Nat Williams ------ A tract of land In NWfk .. JCY eo..,._ 1... .

Lot. I, *, 11. 1* of B1K _. of 8E'4 _____._______.11 II 8 Jas. Albert :_?-_-__ 1,10On. Com In ft N of IIIW Cor
they would serve him. He Llvlnsmton. Truby ft ___ 11.:11: lot of of NtiJ of Nr'1'" A run
.._ sqin
Unknown t
asked for three days to make an- Co' Addition: to Starke-IJ S3 SE aa.11.vZ: .:: { 0tSE4k E 1&0 t. N 1\1141 ft. W 7

time he calledfor Lots 11. IS. 13, 14 of Blk -----_ ___.11 II Oren Iramlllon .____ 1.81 III ft, II U11{ tt to b"c.1O 1 II aua.'. :Burden A
swer. During this J. U. Naaon---: .. .'.11'
Llvlns-.ton Truby ft I A In SW ("or or Eli 1 of
17 _____ 1.18
the old men who had been Co' Addition to Starke.Lot 6 22 Unknown -____ NW'4 of NE'4_ ,93 II I E. J. Johnaon________.. 1.0 11,4 01 SI'4] Dr SEY-----30 1 la''' 10 H, T. .....on_,___...__ ....
counselors of his father and asked 8, 9, 10. 11 ..f Blk as Lot 4 of Elk 8, Lincoln tty of NNV r"-__ ______.aL 7 IJ 10 D. T. 'axon.-- 1.11.. 1J17
Livingston, Truby ft ______ U... City __________,=______.31: I II Unknown,_________ 1.18 E of IIWt WI{, ofE
their advice In the matter. They Co' Addition to Stark!! SI n. A. N.waom Lot I of Btk 1 Lincoln % .____,__..__ __.11 II 161 W. D, JlI"ka.___.._ ".n, .
gave answer that If he would be a s of Blk 11 Wvln.ton. *- City __II 1 II Simon Tr.on ___._ '.10 l.ot 1 of %....il 1 1:1: 10 Unknown __________ ,4 I.W'o 1
Lot
_.U 7 U 10 ..
D. Y
Sub 2 4 ofEIk7 Lln. WF4y44NWW% Saxon-------_. ..
servant unto the people and speak Truby *d'Co-it NEVi _JS 1 S3S3 Enl. _Da"18________ I.IS Lots coIn I. City. _.___________.11 1 U Alice McFaahlo" ___ .11 IWVa fof ot
good words. to them they would be Diy of NEVi -- Lots I 8 of .Blk 11 Lln- Ely of RE'4: _____.______.3$ 1 $1 .0 J. R. 00..1'________ lI.nNE4
his call WVi of Blk II Co'Sub LIvlnB- coin ,City .U / U Jessie Johnson --____ 1.80 \ of NE'4--.I. T I' 10 J. b. Thonlpaon__.._._ 11.t\t\
servants forever. He then Stun Truby" ___28 Ella llatthawt.11.19 Lot 1 of Blk 1$ Lincoln at '
ed the young men men of his own Diy of NKVi ell (NEVA\ City ___ ___.________.II 12 Dal\ Jenkins ?_____ '.48 Coo": NE": W"C ;.:fMN "'i f
Lot S, 4 of Blk 13 Llvlnir- Blk 13 Lln- yds, K SM'4 ytle, N D 5ydx cS
I 8 of
answerfor Lots
age, and asked them for an Sub ,
.ton Truby A Co'NEV4* .38 8 23 Metta lfamm.tt ------ 1.88 coin City _____,__..:._____.1 0 II Julia Albert ________ 1.1' W S51V4/ yds' to hwur
advised that Eof fbAA ,
the people. They Diy of Lot 6 of Blk 16 Lincoln ri/Oti of NKVi 0

he add to their burdens and make Lots 3,4 of Blk Z8 Livingston Va Sub City -________--._._____-32 II W1111. King ___________ 1.U less t A In NW Jor' A 1 ,
Truby A C< A.31 7 S3 83 W. W. Paokham.___ 33.00
____28 0'' 23 A. T. Paul-_____ 1.88 Beg. 28 ft S or N\V COr OfW4oINW4&runS A In SW Cor-81
their yoke heavier. So when the Dlv of NBVi of NBVi $ NWVi of NW%.___ ...__.IG 7 S3 40 J. D.; Thomp"on_._?__ 13.11
people came with Rehoboam on the Lot. 1, 2 or E'" ot Blk :13Llvlnnitton. 191ft Com til yd* N of 8B Cor .
he Truby ft .\Jt7 fll/: beg.- _.U U 4 Chaney JocDouchal 8.11 nf NMVi nt NBVi A run :

third day for the kings answer Co'a Sub LIV of NEK of, 8 23 Unknown .:_?______ 11.11 NE'4 of RW'4._ ___--_11 12 to Unknown _______ 11.n W 320 yd*, N 110 yd*. J f,
__ .
forsook the counsel of the old men NE'i\ ._________ _-- 8 A In NW Cor oNEy1 B 320 yd*. 8 110 yd* toBvJ"o"f
and answered saying. "My Lot 2 of Blk SI Llvlnir- of II 6 J. a. BorcJ: ..______ '.11 .u 1 II 8 !f. S. Ao.bnrk.------- .::11I ; I
roughly, Truby A COB Sub NWVtv------------U SWM of ot'aKVt'-- 1 33 10 Robert B. Starr.___ '.11

father did make your yoke heavyand DIY ton,of or of HIE....__-$* 6 33 -- D. L. Lloyd.-----: 11.11 3 of A :""w'L' WC of I )'_ ___u 6 II 3 King Chandler ______ 1.80S SM of HWVi of NEVi *x LS
I will add to your yoke: my Lot. 1. 4 Hay 81 % of SW'4; Dr $v _.----i3 12 20 Charlotte 11. Herr______ 1." Av 5 A" WV4 of NI5J'
Livingston. Truby ft Con of NE' of HBVi ft NWVi" ut SICVn '.. 3 8 31 71 Unknown ___....______ 34.10, '(
father also chastised with 8 A In NW .

whips but I will chastise you you with NEVi(''''. Sub___DIY____of__.NEVi______of__ZS 8 33: Unknown':_____"__'______ 8.8G of 101 &HI W 7'4 by belnO4l1o 84lIfl ttN rt. tN&IIA1nN ti'.{, ex 8 80 rds. -. -. __ .IL 8 33 300.. H. J. At.wart.--.r--__ 5.65.ttof$4ofNWy4&al4 $'

tcorplons. (I Kings 12:14): When S 50 cVogf Lot 4 of Bite S3. t CorofNWt4 of H"4 of SlJ'i .._ ..U 8 S3 120 Ia.. Wet met.IS .*..-.__, S5.94
> ft Llvlnsston.Truby + oO ': being YN. of liE% of SW%, ofNW" _
t'le people heard this rough answer A Co' Sub DIY 8 23 Ida Simmons ____ 8.13 431St tt N :'i.i'1.. ,. 4071It oO H ___ ____11 8 11 8 Unknown _...:._ .... 1.01NlliVi
t J their reasonable ,;request they rebelled of NEU of NESS --_.1$ mid. & All 8W1.Ky 14 of S'W'W of "
of David Lot. ft, 4 or WVi of 01k S40Wb0nblvTroUfE .; on S n.I:. to U IIIoJ.U: I II 11 Ch... 0 Wooc1brldc._ 11.80 ex 10 A In 8W Cor .13 3 31 J. U. 9.wwr.nca......_':..... 1.33
against the house *
Lot I Johns NVj of NWVi A. 8WVi of ..
but Rehoboam reigned over Judah ____..__ __(_55 8 IS: Lula Duhart ______ 14.30 Nub JI::, Jrlv.l\Of NE4.33; 6 U, 1 lire Carrl. Thornton10.07 NW'hex3AInNW/ ,
_
and the small tribe of Benjamin. of NEVi r Lot I "f Dlk a J :M. Johns Cur A II A In IIW CorA +
1&Sy.ofLnt2ofRlk : II 1 M. .. Fannle St..art._. 2.61mew .
xII
Lot Sub DI" of NE01 NlU! 8KVi/ of NWVi ,
Jeroboam made king over the Tru. .' .
was Llvlnnston. hf NEof, 1.6AInSill!! 4'.rAW1147ftofN1Pn0ftof ,
.t NP1 Cor '
Uof "" "
ten northern tribes as Ahlga the byCo'a Bub 8 n Fannl. MoCall ------ 6.13 'NErlln W 1IU ft.IOllil S
__._____ .." r 5 5 5
of NEV -- NR! > u( HWVi A BWVi
NE14 t
te N IOU
divisions .J 8011
ft
two :\. '
Prophet had said. These Lots ?; Bik tt to beg--- ____ .____.U I U 10 n. E. W. Ifenre.t.--_. 10.U '

of the twelve tribes of Israel 2, I&AVWi-tf Ad-__.1rti 8 33, L )L army_..:..___' 18.Oi Nil nf NWy4 hf N1t/4 .. s21':. ; :

were never reunited. King dlUon to riVH: $. 4AinNWCur&NuOfS'4 __13 3 81 tilt'' fA JI. DraU._ .. : i
Lot I of Iilk I. ', N't4 of XBVi _. -_ _rin. ,I"I..l'a
Jeroboam made his palace In She- wa Addition J
chem. Fearing that the heart of Stark.10 A-_S_,11_tr__of:V Cot* *'' 1'4': of NWI,1. of NW24! U 10 A. E. Wall...________. 10.11 Ot. 1. 8 of Mlk:V.7. ur.. NVaN "_...13 8 33 20 ft. T. Ho-brunoh. : ______ ,o.n )
the turn again to Lot 9. .. In ofKNWViBof "
people would Nk of SEy4 s' HE'/4 .
JiJonea
1. 5 of Rlk B N. Dr. A. E. Dunham.Mr .___ 30.10 \t 1 ____._ U al DratrorcJ Count B.nlc 11.10 .
Rheoboam when they went to Jerusalem Addition to Starke-JJ 8 33 11I1, Cur ..It'oO ft 6 A ft. u Lake 10..A.__11H 8 33 4 J. K. Larsonv A t
.. Car :I...
II .x N 10 ,>, :I A In NW of NWy4 D. O. Btewart-__
to worship; forgetting Lolli I, II, U.9 13 of Bile, S '{ of NE'4 _____._r..... _u 22 ,I A. E. WalL___ :1.01: 87K ft of NV. of NWVi ;
'that the kingdom was taken from C tt% of N Lots J. Jon.a' Addlton'18 ; r. II. Lonr. 10.40' Com .t 1IP1 Con of NW of HEVi __ .-___._..__.11 8 23 .1- Josei. Dolt __-::........._ 10.1t. 1,
,
8 S3 N 7931.1
Solomon and to him becausehe of MW\4\ .. run All NEV4 of SKVi' .S "f RyIK ,
given .
had worshipped heathen gods: Lo't"Addition I iltark"k--l-'T'to Starke_mpU__-18 8 23: Unknown --...__- 40.21 rt.. m W 194 U4 ft ft.to iii beg'III.._14ft -9I 6 125, 10 R. L. ,.,........._' ,____ 1.84 ,.A.*x 4 A.Kyton--------1. 3 ,,33, 14 'J. B. Lar.otj....___..___ UJ ;

Ii 40 Mamba (ulcer ____ 11.411Nw4 NJt--------------. I .. '
He
sought not the Lord's will but of BIle 11 T..m-. 1'11':1of' NW'44..v.-l3' NK'i' nf
Lots 12,14 10 Starleo.n 8 22 8.' It. Osborn---. 23.78 of Mlf'4.: .. ._::__."-- 6 u to o. W. llln.un A.t. U.UNI NB! Cnr nf .JtCVi\< of NB>4-1/ r 33S 41 T- O. W..tmer"I.. 14.80)
did that which pleased him. Making pies Addition Addition : ( 01 IIWllt.DC NE _.I$ s II 101M A. onn.liy-.._ ,.37 NB Viof MWV..._________.14NWVi 1 II 4V" Walter' WIU -----"-J: l-.4'
two golden calves and appolnt- Bile to 20.Stark T.mptee. ."-..- -- -'-" 8 33 Unknown .---:....__ 74.23. 11'4 of SEv4. ____II 1 II .0 Unknown .___'a n 1.0_ of BWV! _.____.___-Lt 3. 49 Unknown ---_....---_ii'; II."!

tug priests of his own choosing Lot. 1. 2. S of Bile to 28.Stark.2 Ternplea 8 33 J. W. Edwards__ '.41 4W'4 yon ofNW4ex1AInSW for sehnol..._ 2 7 II 8. Rah,. A. JIa.e.__ 11.10 "1iLot n, NW14''!"..A..HE'4.__of___1I 8 33 ISO .'Unknown.---. ;'__--_. 2139

fcflgnlng bis own form of wor-hlp .Addition of Blk4.. 'rem- SIS 1'1'' 01 'H!: "f SW14.I 7 II! 10 J. W. ldw.rda: .... 4 .______ ______-__.31 SUllO l. tire. L. .A. AIcallI.} _. .-. 8,31
he set up the idols which he had Lots pies t.Addition JO to Starke..' 8 33 Warrtn Parkin It43 of 1'1&4--: 1 t II 40 0.0.. C. White N1'\4:\ of NE'E of .5' .
O. W. Ald.rma"..... 18.10 9 23 84 J. D. Thonnpron2437:; .
Peeks ...13
39. or N
made, one at Dan In the north.and Lot Addition 14 of Blk to 8tark.----_U 8 3-: T. 8. Wllllam._-._ 8.10Lot W' of NW'4 or w'4_ 4 t II 10 Unknown ____ T." NWy4: of ME(. of NE'd .-..-S 4 3 S3 19 Unknown -------II.-:.. "15,
lhe other at Bethel In the south. 24 PeekAd. of RNWy A of NW\lt of NEVi\
NlCl4
1 of Rile William*.. __ 1.41 W'4 "f N Ely \
8 :23 T. 8. -- S3 3 John Davis' .,.. f.la
And It became sin for the people dltlon to Stark.;=---2.83 0Nf less A osW% --15 1 -. -- -- J'
__ __ 15 'U U Dr. Ida ,.. Helberg.r20.10 of'NICtCW'of
.
1 7 1'0' Blk 4. In N. Coa 'it ut Ntt ,
* ,
'ho Lots .. .
went worship" (verse ? of '
to of NBV! !
,
up *
J. 0 Alvar. Addition J. J. Bulli ... .... 1.23 Beg 11& ft E of NW Cot lake Ray 8 S3 4. f. M ft All.tta O.Flentinc .
.25
:.0)*. so Jeroboam be who "made 8 :32 -- runS NW'4-81! A _______
as HfBiinr"Wypfna of NWty of Nr4' .._ -- --'" 1....-.
Israel LoV.8ArR ft. II 41. ft. W 110n. jNWVi
to sin.We observe that Addition to 14.12 21&W 410 ft to ...._ 0 Tl1: I Mil. Robinson __ ....UE of "W' .. ___._-.____.38 33 40 Ton., Mitchell .._...:, 11..1)
the ten tribes were not taken from IItarko ___......----_..-.jf 8 32: Boyd Hollows- -- 01 NEy less BWW of MWVi'-. .1' 3 32 44 Lel.h M. "eareall.-. .". t
he house of David and given to Fr.,1 LoU It.. B. C. D of 'aboae of 21274 4 A In Ni1 c.ol': .. Wy!i of $W34.. 01 NWyZ6< 3 ,3. 10. Mary WUker.on.. .,,_ 11$
Blk t. Wynn Addition 810 I 7 37: I' Unknown .________.. 10.11 I of 1I1C'4 A YWyy A
Ida J.U.lller..r __
Dr. of NE'4
leroboaia because' of the worthliess Stark.:1.: 8 :22: 5n14 W of ______34 ,1, S3 SO* fAlcli M. P.anall.111.61
because to City Park Its o' 1111-: I 7 330- Or... Mt. Co..__ n.n "'ot ell SE11 of NBVit' ____,,34 1 12. SO Mary Wilkinson __ 1.11 ,1
on his rather 1
part. but Lot 1 of Bile of Ni4 of j+123NE44 3 of. .
xilomon and his Rehoboam Sub Dlv. W. ft Cs Ad. : Unknown ._- S.ULoJut 414 __ f T 1:1: f Unknown. ____ l1IS5Woyf. / /, of NF'4 of NBW\ *x 1 ; ,
son. dltlon to Stark*____-_--?/ 8 23 A In N W Cor Alia 1 A ,

departed from Jehovah and of I.I W.2. ft Cltr
wrved other gods. (See Pa. 9:17J. to Btarke.--__-..3Lot 8 23 T. R. Toun*.__ 1.72 o. 5EV 0.1fW-w.--- 7 5 1& Unknown ____ 1.11 ..oTt.;,. ---__-_______.11 8 84 Leigh M. .......all.....,-. .*... +
fne union and security of any maIon ditlon 3 of Blk Clt Park NW'4 o' NW\4-0\ ...__ 1 T II I. Unkaewa __--w-, 13.4. Lo' I ..___= ,____._-_. _./4 S 3. S7 LHlgli. M. P.ar../llf -.._ 1.1 OJLota ,+
' Is In of the llv- : Hub Dlv. v: ft CTs Ad- 1.71 :I A ID ed Con of E34'04swt4 t. I. 4____._ ..____.11 32 lit Leigh M. Pearsall ".JI
true reverence dltlon to Btark*__2 8 29 Frank A..Swass7_ .I NEVI .___+.T I II I Ivey. Rltch, ___."....... 11.44 Lot 4 .x if A In HE Cor "
ngCod. Cltr park way of WS4 o' ItW'4____ I II 4 John r. Itorr___ '.U Alut6is. II Aon Ie
of BIle 4.

Menthol Is obtained. from oil of Sue dltlon Dlv.to W.Btark ft. *CT._* -Ad-___..tSBlk. 8 23: )fr.. Edith RaW'I.J',... 1.71 (!541 of 'WY of .w NE'.f: ." .. 10 s/d./, 11*, llt'\.t\ 8,i6./.:.-2,.... 3 :II 403 L.I.H >C "ear..I1.; -___, (".81

t. Ii > .. City Park sWK Also eon I Chas aof Lot I, 3. S. '. S. 8 or rrael i ,1\-\
*Pperlnt : .. ._ .... 1 13 SSI Leigh U P.u.lt.110.16
of e Bee .
CAd- NCV4
Sb Dlv W. ft '..11LoJlIt vv.o )--- ?< ::t.
dltlon to 8t.r.--l.: 8 S3: Frank A. ......1'_ : A run a 1 e e.. I-otol. 2.2! tt 141 ,Lush ". PwNll..r.. .. ......' N

Alaska has about MOO mile ofWwy .f Bib 1, City Park.; E 1:1 .,ltna. H sell.... w. 51t.. JC. ..,.curaul'l:/ .. lLJJ10 C A. KNIGHT. Tax Collector of Bradford County, Flotld.. ll.1rf'"i'fIIf' -
DEv W. ft CTs Aadltton .... ....... L72 $9: ; as to 11.-1 A -- I 'II .. .
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Unknowa ''
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21 e'
S .. ? r4u
line. to Stark m--J* -' .t w1rr.uty./ .,.. ,..",J..k,,,., > an. .. -... 55 .1.-' !'' s RvWlk w v' 'b- 'l.;:.,

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TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY .JL"Nt .,?.
+ PAGE' EIOHT. BRADFORD COtTNTT 19S!
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Ii Bradford PERMANENT reduction- RELlE'1 In the num--1,I From Other Pens l r; ODD---BUT TRUE

families receiving/ relief Is

r.--_-.-_--- ,--.__- -, .,---- the results anticipated from
; Published Weekly on Fridays work centers now being/ EXPENSE ACCOUNT OF A
CANDIDATELost :
!Matter at the Post by the plan for the work -

---- ._ ". .-- .- has been worked out in 1349 hours of sleep thinking '

t E. L. Matthews... _..... ......_.... and the Agricultural Ex- about'election. THt
-.- .-.--.-- -,- Service of Texas has is- '
description of project which COMMOfBUtTERCUP
Lost two front teeth and a lot of
has called to the atten- t'
'N' l Ii'
hair In a personal encounter withan
qp Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months ] other states as a possible opponent. CRC91TtDIIIIIH' HMAHGBUM .
to some of the country's THE .
s, Advertising w* .1
problems.
FWttRWNtftOf
community in which a work Donated one beef four shoals
-MA.
and five sheep to a county barbe-
la desired must first show
Wonder why it is that a THt FVOWEW'I'1M
I not less than ten< families cue.
politics? I relief rolls will be materially THE VMXU.D

q 0 by the project: Part or all Cave two pair of suspenders, five

The Wauchula Advocate families may already be calico dresses, 55 CO casts and thirteen -
cl in the community. It is also !baby rattles.
only Akin dope.Everybody. that families,that have
1 from this community to the
r'a have been put on the city Kissed 126 babies.

makes rolls, be brought back upon

's. ,dead letter office. of their former neigh/ Kindled\ fourteen.kitchen fires.
and placed in houses made
-
with aid of relief funds.
1; Add similes: As easy as center would then afford Put up four stoves";. O.iNat

tumes at a nudist ball. 'Io 'I of. setting/ up, small manu- Walked 4,078A1es.7'
I activities for; products ,
"
I exchanged or sold locally.
One exchange says that I would supplement food and Shook hands with 9,500 persons

Items which families are ex-
them as "were debts. Told and talked
10,101 lies
to produce on, the ,i small
i "O where they are being/ lo- enough''"to make.in print 1,000 volumes -

Even the geese are i. ji .'.... )I1*. _

they'll be arrested for / these families U by Attended sixteen revivals and
and they must be ac
was baptized four different times
wherever they /go" says by immersion, and twice'' some

Congress$ has adjourned, I other way. ,
;i Washington columnists will community must first show THe RETURN aoOMtRANO CAN \\.i u. Txt tvttMKTto umraH fO'.ppec:1'IVILV -

i, ( can furnish suitable vacant Contributed $50.00 to foreign 11 7< : TWMtea MI WHTIMQ mm. ti..tT tAR9,
to be made habitable by la- missions. TUROSMM/ A D19TANCI OT TMVVtC.: UCM1a tic, VMS* ,Ac1uA.i11E-
The World War cost the ;' the occupants in return for 200 "YARDS tMillt WNN.k. WDRtp < 6UU> MIH IMKIIU

000 and 20,000,000 men. privileges. Relief funds Made love to nine grass. widows. UM TM TNUMt HMNlft
also be used for labor and a -

Y t amount of material for new Hugged forty old maids.
I If you are planning: to results In dollars' and cents. The |Improvement in the building Industries Slam, ''one of the last absoluti

had better first look the acres must, be donated Got ,dog bit thirty-nine times. manufacturer add the merchant has been observed. I monarchies had a bloodless revolution
community for site of the prosper. i Home demon.trattonvOJ'k is not '_June_ '24,:19S2.
center, title to be held by the Hauled one' man. home twenty- Following; the recent farm housing charity work-It is an educational .
And the Literary\ Digest or, preferably, by a'co- two times.. survey conducted under the program designed to help people The yearly output of the Spanish
The ,*t- supervision the home demonstration -' help theselves.. Nothing la given ,vlnters totals,600,000,000 gallon
people want to continue to sit /group.to supply half community of the Helped one farmer dig his crop! offices, ''for the 'Federal I away--except Instruction and in- --:...:...:... .

for construction, and half of potatoes;"'then bought twenty, government, an impetus was. given I epiratlon. It is..an.. Investment. The pony express service Will
"Secrets of Gandhi equipment while labor la bushel at $3.00 per bushel. tgy, buildingand Already noticeable., Ocala Banner. started, by Wells ,Fargo In i860.Get .
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by ,the relief administra .. -----_..
""' ..
t tisement. Well, at least there !' Paid enough poll taxes to absolutely '

,ing apparel. of the 'community, assure election : ; *,
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lU.fl/"
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might Include mattresses '! : ,
chaps, quilts, canned 'Chartered every cab In the cityon S.e
Up until a couple of weeks cured meats and dozens of election day to transport votersto ':Fourth"3&v; :' :'

\ aid that it didn't rain these commodities needed In the the polls. f

In addition, repairs "Safety
were
d young., Saw It
could be made there for to personally that 149
o dead the the'
farm and people cast ballot with
machinery,
Most of proper markings.Paid -and
feel
us highly ,,.:... aSummerof Trouble
.articles pleading "with us not ia suggested that the work
"
$0.00 per vote on election ',
1 ,of black bass., be used for recreation also, day to all doubtful voters free Driving on New
the equipment be such as ,Ui
be converted and shifted eas Bribed two of the election boardto Good years!

The annual crime bill of, utilitarian to recreational assure the votes being/ tallied in
.Ark'C41fro"tM'l'A For Instances, work ta- "
4'' ,$13,000,000,000.: : () Crime might are, suggested/ with hinged my favor.. .....
t one' exchange. that could be >
so they con- Purchased a new, suit of clothesfor y
Into seats. I each canvassing/ board just In
I community house wpuld be I case of a tie vote:
< It storekeepers really
M\ symbol pf the new deal.
they could give him thirty ,, ",the possibilities 'of the Opened 876 new accounts in my
eats he received. : ;. large movement toward business and extended unlimited
farm with home manu- Credit to all old accounts.
thereby stimulating a sig .... i
f The'Prince of Wales is. trend In rural life." Spent enough money on newspaper -

''ried. Just goes to show what \) Bureau of Agricultural Eco and radio advertising/ "cussing"

:( I 'matrimonial,broth., ;::1 In recently fifteen: Eastern.surveyed Southern 123 fac capitol my opponent building.to have built a new

States, and found that I. .::..

s In a recent election in the j In small towns or ia the Promised everything! asked for .'

showed up to vote in one country are enabling many from abolishing making the no-fence a bum president to These' .next two months you'll drive ,.farther. faster,
law.
[ people who live within con- S'P E I A L S
biting good that day., distances of such establish" ; t- '- than at any other season. Roads will be hotter, too-

to derive from them five Mad 'seven'fights with my"wife for'"Over Oi. Fourth" more dangerous for thin weak tires To go places safely,
kinds of Income: By sell- ,when she found hairs on my lapel '
A'Texan lias'combined
to avoid trouble and loss
of time
of their farm products to ,of a different color from her own equip now with husky

r making it considerably easier ;. by performing cer- tresses. SEEOUR : new sure-gripping Goodyeara-every ply blowout-

everything have. steps In the manufacturing _' with
you protected patented Supertwist Cord..Get today'i
I' In their own homes or In Lett nothing/ undone.. Then!' :
o farm} ,sftpps:: by having a low prices and the greater val ue we offer because Goodyear

A news item tells us : upon some of the profits of WAS DEFEATED.Dade ., PRICES I Dealers sell the'most tiies by'millions I .See us right
he is week. investments City Banner.
thinks worth $32 a through/ I All all
-
away types prices-in guaranteed Goodyears. I I'O'N
Borne employer of that. factory; and by Belling tood- D-- '
and possibly other farm HOME DEMONSTRATION
iih,
on local markets that ;

,; .. Review of Reviews: expanded because of the Probably no activity of the government ; MORE
.Florida to the Navy and of the factory. is doing/ 'more to develop '
...- consumer taste and to create new BATTERIES MILESof
its building by our ON TUB FAR markets for the farmer's products REAL NonSkidProtection
fi 1r 1 -. than the home demonstration work -coat :
Some growers in the state p McGuire" editor of the which has been quietly but N w ff YOU nothing eitrs ,
I In the great ;
". Virginia News Peters- ly carried on In Florida lIerloulI-1 ,
cado pears. It seems to us Va., has a proposal that d.- other states for .If Your Tubes NEW I;
I / find someone who will eat the wide attention. It Is simple Home demonstration agents "Plnch'nd II Ill ,
0 Is Important.. And the crux work'In the rural sections, teaching -I Puncture-us., I
:, .Why not keep farm boys women and girls how to make Goodyear Tu."' 'IIG mss 3" .
Times-Union that Tbn H. '
says a r Dfety "
.? the most of the resources they I
Tubest! Thicker GOODYEAR GOODYEAR .
what he' owes it makes him uln. his proposal,.he asks have but they also'develop in those teu.ahern.trubbemr, SPEEDWAY !
others owe him makes. him pregnant questions home-makers the desire for better ./ PATHFINDERAGOOWLATHIR j,
the trend of young men things and for higher standards of resist pinch- < I
t from the farm and possible living. l lat.chasnft. 15 out ,
f A philosopher asks the : reversing its direction. ,It As the standard of living/ rises a than.few ,cents standard more $49S $6 prk.Ga lnyour. I
*
\fool, must he remain one obvious that boys who among'farmers and farm women siz.tubesworth :

'can ever 'convinced of the been reared on, farms I and potential markets for all those dollars more' In !I
been Intimately associated manufactured articles! which help the stop they ,
o craft of agriculture since to make the home attractive are save. .
A Montana father and his are best equipped to make developed. The farm wife,wantsa '
''the''state university at ,the of tomorrow; And it ,better home. She wants bettE'rturlll.t1I1'1&'s. Hide on th'e Big
true that these-boys have She" ,desires to wear r .Super-Soft.Tires
1 boys ,who"hav ,been seniors &, to the cities lilt ar tlm kind of clothes) which her sisters 1 {he New Can are

,, -r I 0 for a great rainy year.Im in the cities and towns wear.t t Wearing.
't ,+ Arthur Brisbane says : by the hope of making their She'-want* educational advantages GOODYEAR
In a life of which they for her children.' She I want anautomobile
the Kellys in the New York AIRWHEEL,
little or nothing.
and the Litest and best!
think that,we'd like to be on have appropriated millions cooking and refrigeration facilities.' .i' AIR for our

an argument came up. relief and created When! the detre for things It Changeover offer 'Th. Public'. FIRST-Choice-for 19 Years
o Federal organizations to ad. strong enough., Ingenuity: and Inventiveness Pp/e.wef et to ea.na.wltawt notk.nne t.enr stet MM b.
it. Certainly would be are brought into play
f Wives who wish to cure ,. as Editor McGuire and as result of,this new Industriesare
should read to'them the recent go to the.root of the farm developed. '! if t

,,3 i in South Florida suspending a and give part of the mon Home demonstration' Work is Register .Motor! Cof
effort to evolving a plan to welfare work of the highest typeIt .- .
mash to hasten fermentation. young men! to stay on the rci!"'es 1 the! standard of living it
1 o and become self-supporting develops, relf-rancer! rd inventIveness

"P representative' the Doing this would prevent among girl and women In ,10S-WE COME-ON THE RUN
of urban centers the;;,rural sections.'It'' inspires!' the' j
mology: is now,stationed at mitigate employment! prob- men of the family to work harder '
+; mertime pest,:the sand fly* aa Mr. McGuire says, fits that their families may live better. STARKE, FLORIDA
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"**""'propose to.keep the..sand ;:; ,with the admlnlstra- It Is) also a buslnes investment to}
alm-to., provide aoUl.; ..co.. th*.eeuaty.and community'which, ,
lye of entomology bureau
ara7tlltt\ ', ',';,'." Wu. .1, ,., .> \ \ foundation,, .... for old country... Igv.att money In itt-+*dt atrbap. ., aGoodytlerTi": a"gyp=Coaranteed Tlre' '!
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