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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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"Midsummer Madness" Might Be Title Of '

BDFORD County Jail Drama Tuesday Night I SCHOOL"'PLANS DOESN'T LIKE HardsurfacingA: ,'



ERS W. W. Balsden has seen-some-humor the man, opened the door 'TO BE FILED \WAY MONEY

pretty tough customers during his and entered the cell with the RoadPromised
Of Prison
twenty yelU's'of service as Jailor drink of water extended in his \

at' the county "boarding house" hand. \1
CIRCUIT NEXT WEEK IS SPENT
here. He has beard men screamto No sooner had, he set foot inside -

be released and tear at the bars the cell, the Jailor said, thana Soon

that cut off their freedom. He has wild look came Into the eyes of .1

\\uircuitlng Law WentIn heard women cry far into the night the mad man. Building Program Representative Roberts ,

and has seen them refuse to eat The end of the world Is coming __
-
Effect This the food that was brought them. !" he screamed and leaped at 'Will Include Denounces State Governor's Office Tells

Week But perhaps the greatest com- the jailor and with the superhuman All,Units, Board DELINQUENTTAX

bined thrill and fright of his long strength of which the Insane Johns Project

career came Tuesday night when seem to be he death LISTS FOR CITY
capable got a
InKIVS NOW SENIOR AUDITORIUM HERE THINKS: !SCREW WORM! Is Assured.
he was attacked by a mad man.. grip around Mr. Balsden'a arms. AND COUNTY AREPUBLISHED .
[ EIGHTH MAY GET BALCONY FUNDS BEING WASTED '
JUDGE JN Usually unfortunate people who The jailor lost no time in call -- ." ,

are deprived of their reason are ing for help and his brother -----4 ;' AWA1TMATERIALHighway ;
dford County made Its de- Plans for Bradford County Rep. N. E. Roberts, of Union For the first time In several
bundled off as soon as possible to George Baisden, rushed to his as-
Judicial school totaltnU the and the delinquent -
Tuesday in the Eighth projects approximately County Wednesday released the years city county
the State Hospital at Chattahoochee sistance. Before the mad
man was
with Alachua Ba- $129.000 have- been drawn following statement denouncingthe tax lists are being run In BelievedTo
It along .but recently an ,announcement subdued, however, It was necessary -
ltchrlst., Levy and Union and are now being icopled in preparation -: methods by which the money the Telegraph at the same time. a
that Benefit
tnties Florida's new re-clr- came that Institution to release another' prisoner for submission to the foe erad- The first Insertion, of both lists
sa wasLfilled .to capacity'and, that from.,his cell to take In the appropriated screw-worm
last part Gainesville for first time In this <
i act, passed at the sew district office of the ication work is being used. His appear the Starke
would have
legislature, went into each county to care free-for-all. WPA. A. J. Griffls* county Superintendent : statement was: Issue of the paper and will be published ;,
of the for Its Insane until the crowded -
still black
Thejailor, nursing of ''schools,' said this, for five weeks.
bas condition was reneved. One of and blue place. on his arms and week. ,"During the 1630 session of the The sale of both and Definite assurance that the road
city
who county
Z. Adktns. \ I
A. Introduced Bill from Starka to' the State Prison
State legislature I
these unfortunates was being heldIn body admits that he should have
circuit court in this Mr. Griffis still feels assured of i delinquent property will be held at
over No. 367 providing for the creation Farm will be hardsurfaced as soon
? the county jail here. He was known better after his twenty i
the ultimate the court house here
ten approval of these county on
the past years projects
t during I of a Home Control Board to handle as materials can be secured was
Will Norman-a middle-aged farmer years of experience, than to enter
and Is 3.RECEIPTS,
senior judge In the planning a building Monday, September
ecomes! and In which given yesterday to Representative
living in the Lawtey'section.. the cell with a man reputed to be and In provide ways money! .
circuit which also provides repair program unparalelled I appropriated to control what li Charley E. Johns In a communication '
Just before bed time Tuesday Insane, no matter how harmless he the of Bradford
another Judge, H. L. Sebring, night Mr. Baisden went upstairsin was In appearance. schools.history County known In most parts of the stateas TAX from the Governor's Office l In

BGalneavllIe. Judge Adklns was the jail to offer the man a drinkof Another Incident has been addedto The projects to be submitted to screw files, that are giving livestock Tallahassee
ointed to the bench by Cover- owners Immense amounts of The letter stated that C. B. ;
water. The Insane fellow was the long list of strange happenings -
the district next week Include
when the Twen. officer1\ -
Martin In 1923 Circuit was cre apparently quite ,calm, but refused In Mr. Balsden's career-hap- I : A twelv -fYIOm; high school trouble. Dr. J. V. Knapp In a Called Unreasonable Treadway, chairman of the State j ,
sixth Judicial very enthusiastic way, had my bill Road and State Works
to accept the drink through the penings that would make Interest- building!*for' Starke; an eight- Department

bars of his cell.. Mr.. Baisden ing reading if they were ever set I'room negrVrafcaOol for Starke enlargement killed In the committee room. Progress Administrator, had an-
Crews ;
tate's completing'S. his desire to be 'accomodatlng' and down In book form. and balcony I When the appropriation was made BY LONG nounced that work will begin on'

a li itiat four-year .,"- ----.-. Addttjonvof"" by the federal government in the the first half of this road as soon
;;i in. the Twenty-sixth Clr- 10 present schoolpulJ rium here, amount of $100,000, Dr. Knapp be- as materials can be secured and %'

t,, baa been appointed' by Gov- seating capacity to"'*51,200; new; came very active among membersof FEDERAL JUDGE FORMERLY that the department "will be ready a j,
DRASTICCUTSTo water system and enlargement; at -
or Sholtz to serve as assistant TAXPAYERSSeem the house of representatives,, OF; to start on the second half by the
nlne-xpcm building STARKE
in the new circuit.c Hampton; new additional "
trt attorney having an $100,000 put OPINIONA time the first half Is completed.
for Hellbronn-Van .r aIlt -Risingconsolidated WRITES
| Adklna. of Gainesville, will To Be Be Made district Impairs ;and up by the State to go fiftyfiftywith Business men and public officials -

e as state's attorney. 'Col. ; the federal funds In the erad- of Starke have long advocatedthe <<

wa also served as state's at- Improvements .to Lawtey and ication control work; this was three-judge Federal Court hard-surfacing of this road and
Brooker buildints. filed this week In Gainesville
ey In 1921 when he was ap- IN ERA FORCESEFFECT done. Thus a total of $200,000 was opinion the announcement that this goal
Virtually every school !In the by Judge A. V. Long, former
jated by Governor Hardee to CONTENTEDNONE placed for disposal at the hands Is about to be realised Is the most I
county.will.tie Included In this resident of Starke, described that
plete an unexplred term. of a State Board. This work has welcome news that has been received '
Mr. Qrlffla said. part of Florida' new chain store
1u act under which Bradford program. been underway for two months here In many months
Circuit reduces ON HAND TO ON LOCAL Plans for these'.projects were tax law which 'levied a tax on
/I the Eighth and the livestock owners of my
drawn Frank Primmer, Tampa being denial of :Several mouths ago the contract"was
number of circuits from twen- COMPLAIN ABOUT OFFICE NOTLEARNED by county and the people of the State gross receipts as a
architect "equal protection of the law let to L. M. Gray for paving ,l
guaranteed
Ifht to fifteen and the numat ASSESSMENTS are not getting anything to be
.. by the Fourteenth'Amend the\ road from the prison to contact -
\
Judgeships from fortytwothirtyfour. spoken of.
six County Commissioners' w. r ewondering It had not been learned here COUNTY CLINIC ment to the United Stuea: qai with the Lake Butler-Ralford I
[ Judges serve "In the columns of various coun- e..J bard road. Work of laying the b4i
this week, whether stltutlon.
yesterday how the drastic cut in
rs, state's attorney's have four.r HELDCHEST ty newspapers we have bad public rock foundation on this stretch has
terma.lLOWREIGHT. Bradford Countlaps are, ,a Contented allocation of Federal funds to the 'statements which the veterinarians A three-judge Federal Court recently -
lot of people of''whether Florida ERA for the month of held that section of the already been completed. The contractor -
r claim of value and Im
EXAMINATIONGIVEN great
for. the stretch from tha
they simply don't,'Intend UT pay August would affect the local administration 1938 legislative act Invalid and
taxes The commissioners BY DOCTOR portance, but which any ten year prison to Starke has not yet been
office. chain stores Interlocutory
anyway. granted an '
!
old boy who has had experience -
HERE any announced. 4
sincerely hope the former is true. Conrad Van Hynlng, state administrator injunction restraining collec-
with livestock, in community -
But at any rate not a soul appeared Wednesday ordered The Florida Tubai ilosls and knew two my I tion on this part of the tax on condition It is believed that the paving of

May Save before the .County';Board 'ofEquall.er. rigid' economy In the organization Health ..Associatloa cooperationwith see; according, to 'the years published ago they posted specific bonds this road'will appreciably stimulate T6,

at Its meeting here throughout the state. He said the State.Board of''Health statements, that they the pending final decision. business in"Starke' :shoe

MILIJIONSOMMJSSION Monday to protest values assessed drastic reduction must be made in held a Cheat clinic In'Starke on screw worm, when developed say Is Llrenne Fees UpheldThe many of the farm employees will

on their county property.The administrative coats and arbitrary week. Dr. L. doubtless turn to this town as 'a w.
Wednesday of last from two to three Inches In length.A opinion said the s.ctlon1
board decided to give taxpayers limitations must be trading center when a hard road ,
placed on certain Sidnor Lafitte, tuberculosis clinician number of my people have had the law Imposing annual occupational
another opportunity to en- of relief. makes it convenient for them to
types made the
of Jacksonville, experience of seven-days-ln-the- license taxes ranging from

ALLOWS ter complaints and to give testi- The new policies, whose effect on chest examinations and Dr: Tom week and long hours, but they did $10 on one store up to $400 on reach here.

REDUCTIONS INSTATE mony as to the value of any prop- the office here is not yet known, Irvin, connected with the Riverside n't know that. Well the veter- each store In chains of 16 or moreIs Since his election as representative

erty, real, personal or mixed as were outlined as follows: Hospital In Jacksonville, gave inarians didn't know any better. valid, complete In Itself and ca- from Bradford County Mr. "

fixed by the county tax assessor. "All county offices, with the tuberculin tests to all contacts. "A'- a member of the house ol pable of being executed In accordance John has constantly been advocating ',
I. Such persons will be heard at tha doctors assisted in their with the this project. Also business'
R Tench, rate statistician for exception of those located In the The were representatives, and as a citizen apparent legislative

State Railroad Commission regular meeting of the board on larger centers of population, shall work by Miss J. L. Sogaard R. N.; I feel that I have a right to request Intent.It men and county officials have r

i week estimated its recent or- August 0.: be discontinued at the earliest possible district supervisor of nurses; Miss that there be published a Is further said another sectionof many times formed delegations) togo

( authorizing rail, truck andt The temporary budget' for the date and the program in such: Bary R. N. and Mr.>Hiekok R. N., statement of the amount of money the law doubling the amount of to Tallahassee and petition the

!lines to reduce their freight year 1939-36 will be adopted at counties operated from either the Fera county nurses from Union that has been spent out of this these annual occupational' license road department to construct this' '

by approximately fifteen pert the next meeting of the board. district or the nearest'county office and Bradford Counties Martha fund and what It has been spent taxes In the event the gross stretch of road. y

t would decrease transporta- which has been retained. Corresponding Browning and Lula Redgrave very for. I hope that It will not be embarrassing receipts tax provision should be The department has) long been tt

I coats about $1,000,000 annu- G. L. PATTEN cuts In personnel should kindly gave their services In tak to the State Board and declared unconstitutional Is not so Impressed with the Importance of

f In Florida. If all lines made be effected Immediately Reductions ing the histories. The Women'sClub the veterinarlons to furnish this discriminatory, arbitrary or unreasonable the project but construction was) t,

f reduction., BADLY HURT In personnel are to be madeon donated the use of their at- statement. as to destroy the statute, delayed because of the shortage of

Mid this figure was "a rough AUTOMOBILE COLLISION a selective basis: the most able tractive building chest for'examinations the clinic. "When the appropriation was and therefore may be enforced.' funds., Ji

"W because are to be retained."If Seventeen The gross receipts tax schedule .-- 41
the exactt OCCURS NEAR made I felt It would be much better -
the following re
made with
of the reduction could not EUSTIS Instructions concerning the were B., and six to put this $200,000 in a fund which the court temporarily eliminated MASONS HAVE ''
sults: four T. positives from the law so far as the
determined without a detailed discontinuance of direct relief are Five and and let it be distributed to the

yals of all transportation rates G., L. Patten* young Starke attorney not being enforced to the fullest T. B. suspicious. examinations x-rays aged of the state, and let the livestock companies which post the requiredbond BIG MEETINGLAWTEY

tilt State and the amount oft and his sister, Miss Letha extent at the present time, they one laryngescoplc further aid in diagnosis owners In their own way are concerned, ranged from .
were ordered as a one-half Of cent LODGE OF *
SCENE
hauled.. of"Eustls were seriously Injured effective one per on one
Patten must be enforced arbitrarily of the take care of thler stock at their
ft in some suspiciouscases store to five cent on each FIRST GET-TO-
*reduction automobile collision at up pet
will effect freight In an August first. and to show the extent of own expense as they are now doIng -
store In chains of sixteen
or more GETHER
on some commodities, whileon a highway Intersection near Eus- "All medical relief of any kind damage to lung tissue In positivecases. so far as the appropriated units
others will be tie late Saturday night. Is them. And let
uneffected and all medical projects to provide money benefiting A representative membership
commission who Is believed to The legislative act was 'Intendedto (
Mr. Patten the veterinarians find other
said since some
many medical service which cost more Statistics show that from one From each of the fifteen Masonic y
dlUes were have suffered a skull fracture of existing still think that produce) $4,000,000 a year to
;
already way
being clients
than the relief need of the case of active tuberculosis ten lodges comprising the Tenth Dieu;
ana J Jov scaled rate when be woe thrown from the automobile this would be fine busineas"The finance public schools to the extent -
.
not
&
discontinued
If to
the Masonic
employed shall be more cases develop we aure trict met at Lawtey In
Railroad Commission. said It was reported yesterday later than August fifteenth. This combat with this dread enemy In statement was signed: of the major part of the state Hall Monday night at 8 o'clock. &

not determine now how to be steadily improving. His sister Includes any physician employed our ranks It' Is absolutely essential "Rep. N. B. Roberts,' program of UO, OO.OOO annually.The This meeting" was the first of & f'',
f bru- receipts taxes would have
transportation lines would received painful cuts and will not affect where each case Union County.1*' groM Jdyear's
on a project basis, but that we know series of four arranged for the
the fifteen percent reduc- lses< Both are- patients at the present projects fer nursing Is and that It is I properly taken produced most of the $. OOOOO activities. of the district. ;*

ill effect, but authoritative. Lake Cotmt$ ,Medleat Center mUmatUla. care In the home. A general bulletin care of. You can help to do this anticipated under the act. State L. G. Powell of Starke. presided<< 5
SHOT HELDACCIDENTAL officials estimated the court rulIng ,
,
Predicted that a majority Is- in the sale of included address q
on this subject Is now being by doing your part and the program an -
nil and occurred the If upheld when the case Is finally -
[ truck accident as
lines would. be The
sued i'All Christmas seals thus swelling the of welcome by A. H. Harley, J
to reduce their rates be- young lawyer and his sister wereretumlDl' other this work. decided on appeal to the ''
local white collar or' fund that supports worshipful master, of the Lawtey
of 'a United States Supreme Court, cuts
competition. home after vl.lting'road.lde ,
except administrative Clennle Hickok, R. N.FERA YOUNG NEGRO INJURED Lodge
projects,
com.rnlsslon has not ;yet set lunch stand a abort dis. the employees Nurse Bradford County. EARLY SUNDAY the law's revenue production to 'Guest
lute projects;on which speaker of the evening n
for the reduction'' tie, lancer, from town At the;Intersection relief about 1.100000 a year .
their MORNING ,
,- full are paid more .than !was L. ., Chapman, superintendent ,
ertectlve" of two highways a car SlaW For High Court
needs should be discontinued Immediately of the Florida State Prison 7
of Tavares people ran bead-on Into reduced to an GREENWANTSSTREETS Otis Powell twentytwoyearold Attorney. for the state and for who "Fraternal- .'
or wages Farm spoke on ,
of Miss Patten's automobile was accidentally tfhot the chain store companies which ;
OWNS the side needs. PAVEDSAYS negro
relief "
END CLUB amount equal to their Ism. Wallace R. Cheves, of New. ;;
which'was being' driven by about 8 o'clock Sunday morningby riled the Injunction proceedingssaid
berry a'pest grand master of the ,
TO MEET her brother.An COUNTY FUNDS a pistol accidentally discharged they were waiting on the Grand Lodge of Florida, was also g,

Investigation of the accidentIs COMMUNITY WOULD NOT 'BE I by Son Fred also colored. The opinion before planning further 'heard 'In a short address.

pttg8IDENT ASKS FOR, ,.being made on the theory that NECESSARYCoIIgreuman bullet passed through Powell's moves In the case. They all said Other speakers and distinguished .

LARGE ATTENDANCE the driver of the Tavares automobile CENTERSOUGHT leg and into his body, but his con- however the case would be taken I visitors were: J. 8. Koy.rgraDd +,
MONDAY was to blame. R. A. Green, here dition .Is said to be fair. to the United States Supreme
PROJECT I IFOR : secretary-George Fish, Junior
AS from Washington on a brief visit I Sheriff W,J. Epperson: who Investigated Court for final dlcUlon." ,
warden Charles H.
TOWnsend Club wm meet at BROOKER I' this week.., appeared before the,: grand ;
the hooting said that Circuit J. B. Johnson itTsllshsssee
? Judge
house 'MANYWORICERS ", PEOPLEA lathe i Hyde sad C. R.Kempt district deputy +
Monday at Commissioners. Monday .
k aught I County Fred acrtdMUttjr dropped the gun ,, recently declared the I grand master. -

REGISTER, community center for Brooker Interest of a paving projectfor to the floor during a card game In entire chain store tax tow- Invalid. lc
Iqnw
tint a tug attendance at seemed well on the way to becom the streets) bordering the county his. cold drink stand He was not Attorney General Cary D. Landls.

t II1 UDC''JL-J.' "TOUDC' 'DURING FIRST': 'THRJCE a' possibility ,thle week as court house and the county Jail held to blame for the shooting defending the law for State Comp Urges Use Of Center

..**of the local or'p t-U-, DAYS AT.COURTHOUSE county ing commissioners decided to on the north and east sides, He troller J. M. Lee, who was named ,Mrs J. C, Jones, supervisor; oC n=

be laid: -This meeting the building If It can be also mentioned as a desirable project Old defendant In the suits said he the canning center here, this week 1,
of Interest sponsor of the road Buys Bridge
Not legal to beery per- of obtained as a WPA project.It the bardsurfaclng would appeal the state case to the made a statement reminding far ,
age In Bradford Coun- ,During the first three days from Brooker to the Scout 1101. John Thomas Lake Butler contractor C '
the the
I tae It Is planned to tear down Florida Supreme Court. mers and housewives that

and will benefit every man. this week 231 unemployed National persons Reemployment old lodge building at Brooker and bridge over New River has purchased and Is, to Meanwhile school Interests equipment here Is now In place amt
child at the commissioners
-
Age Pension if we can put this had registered Service 'office that deed the property to the county to' Mr. Green told the remove the old New River bridge throughout Florida predicted that available for the use of people In
believed'the projects
plan Into opera- WPA requirements. The' that he the common schools would suffnr, this section. Any one who desiresto
In the court meet without expenditure from the Bradford and Union
4t the was opened Monday wm then be reconstructed' could be obtained any through: lack of funds" for full can products should make application
building
lpeed 'with which the house. meet the needs of a recreational I of county funds if the County boards of bond trustees. terms: next year, and some even at Resettlement Office -
lzattOQ be necessary to
trei Is crowing It will not It 'is said that It will who center. I county agreed to furnish trucks The bridge Is situated about fifteen said the state university at Gainesville |In the city ball or arrange''

Itroor until It Will he big enough for aU persons to register Extra funds that will be needed. graders and other equipment as Its miles west of Starke. It has and the State College for Wo- ,with Mrs. Jones, Heilbronn "
enough to get the wish to work on competitive wage share of the expense under a WPA d
legit- construction If the project H of men at Tallahassee would have to Springs ;
Dee contract for not been used since completion
'n ed to make it operative jobs-that Is Jobs under I will be raised In the project. the river cut next year's terms.1 *mimmm mien-. ir"fl|
tile approved concrete bridge across
-
etc. matters a
these
roads bridges, board took
country such as The
It Is said n For the 'last three there
Brooker community The old bridge years
several
speakers for persons consideration and will Investigate years ago.
not necessary '
will It Is under
the
be at at the re- .. has been condemned for some Wallace Beery, movie actor, has been a decline to demand for ,
of securing
Monday last
who registered year the possibilities I
We- night to explain to register U. 8. Automotive emport* showed 'time. holdds a transport license. used ears.t .
pea and purpose 01 the pea employment office of 108 per cent to 1934., such projects.
gain
a
Mr. Young said' gain at this time It is said i



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MISSION HALL who must soon
EVERGREENT VANDERBILT BOATDRAIN I LAWTEY PINE LEVELMrs. An Interesting account of "A. ised. appear, ? Pro.

.. T A. Itoaler. Correepded MlM llrlurlH hi............. Cur. Mrs. Z. Z. Orlffls, Correspondent ,; o. J. P........ Corto..deatDeunqunru EL lit:. McRae CorrespondentA Nation With '''Two Gods" ,la foundin There were quite a

Paullne'R iiier spent Sunday ,I Taxee succeufu.-rlval meeting 1st Samuel 6th chapter and this young people present numi:*,
i Miss Rev. and Mrp-: : Taylor and at the Its
.r.. with Mrs. Leslie McClellan. Mrs. E. J. Rentz and daughter, children of Hampton were visiting City Clark O. J., Phillips announced closed at Pine Level Church last was the foundation for a splendid when and among them several ,
Qolle, Mrs. Braston Godwin and Monday that this was the with dinner on the Bible Study Tuesday evening facee.
P B. E. and Clifton Rosier were daughter, Carrie Lou and Miss friends in this section last last week that property owners Sunday, the Bible enthusiast gathered for The topic for:: next week

Visitors to Starke Saturday. Elizabeth Cray of Lenox, Geor&ta.and Sunday. ,would be allowed to settle their de grounds. Jackson their weekly meeting at the Mission found In Matthew 9'i6: win
T" Prevatt Charlie
Louise visiting Mrs.
Mr* vine Mr. and
Russell Redding Mrs. W. M. Bloodsworth of linquent taxes. After this week HaiL Bibles Invited to
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs J. D. Cheaser last Sunday.Mrs. Gainesville, spent Saturday accOll1
:: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Ralford, were the guests of Mr. E. E. Lee and children they will return to the full amount. of here with Mr. and Mrs. H. bagan the Idol of the Philistines their owners.
Cheaser Sunday. and Mrs. V7 B. Blood worth and night -a heathen people-could not
were visiting Mrs. Arch Prevatt McRae.
I M.
family Thursday. Heavy Rainfall stand before the Ark of the covenant
I Mrs. R. S. Rosier returned homey last Sunday. 'several daysat
# after spending the Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Carter and The heavy rainfall the past several Those who spent where Israel's God dwelt, and OVm.r\9\
Wednesday
,
Miss Lucile Thomas of Green Lake last week were: .
: three week In Kissimmee, family of Hellbronn were guest of day has Injured the sweet Hampton and disaster came upon the people because
past Prescott
; Cove Springs Is visiting her aunt, and Mrs. Hiram
having been called there on account Mr. and Mrs J. C. Alvarez, Sun- potato crop and retarded the setting Mr. Mr. they did not renounce their
,
Mrs Edna Jones this week.' Lucile Edwards
of the serious Illness of her out of plants for potatoes and children Miss idol, Dagan and worship the "true
: day.Mr. Arch Prevail was visiting Mr. have and Mrs., Willis Dyal and daughters "
God.
strawberries.. Some grower and living
W. J. Reynolds.The and Mrs. F. M. Norman and
father and
and Mrs. C. W. Wilkes. of Gum Eula Mae and Etta Fae
reported that strawberry plantsrecently And so, the Idols of any nation ,
.1 Rev. L. A. Donnelly of daughters, Carrie Bell and Mattle, Branch last Sunday. Prescott.
set out have been badly Miss Irene must fall-pleasure, money, fame
1 Starke, filled his regular appointment attended the singing convention at Jr., and family -
Walter Jones and Lonnie Cooper rains. Elder Bob Engle
Injured by heavy and all; before the face of Him
i here at the Baptist Church Harmony, Sunday. were visiting at the home of of Jacksonville, spent last weep

;l Sunday.Jacksonville's. Misses Mildred Alvarez, Edna I Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt last School ProgressingThe with Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Phillip

.' I and Edith Hollingsworth, Debris Friday night. LawUy Schol 1 I. progressing Lucian Rushing of Gainesville, Ill 25$
Bloodsworth Mattle and Carrie bas returned wlth the largest enrollment spent Saturday night with Gus
1';" Mrs. Ida A. Chase nicely ,,
Hotel'nv I J
Leading Belle Norman and Mr. Woodrow 'I .
the direction Fountain.Mrs.
under
home after spending the past two on record '
,;' of this section attended I of Theressa,
Holllngsworth & Maxwell, as E. S. Sibley
I weeks In Jacksonville with rela of. Pr.l'. A. E. 1 .
"'Ii church at Corinth last Sun- tives. I principal. and little daughter spent Tuesday
,
1, dRY night. with Mrs Britton Alvarez.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rowatz of -
BILIOUSNESSOLD
Ag Mrs. Ccy Edwards of Brooker Is Personals Mrs. Russell Thomas of Rising

.nv: p ,, spending several days with her parents Jacksonville Mrs Pete Grlffls were last visiting week-end.Mr. and Mayor and Mrs J. H. Moore section was a dinner guest of Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. R..M. Alvarez. were visiting at Daytona Beach H. M. McRae Saturday.Mr. -
Mrs Edna Jones and childrenand
HW: ? r WN p pk Miss Mattle Norman who Is Miss Lucile Thomas were visIting over the week-end. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
: of Gum Branch were visiting -
children
( teaching school at New River : Mrs Arnold Griffls Sunday.- Mr. and.Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Sunday.Mr. IJP TO year ears hi
here
't relatives
,> spent the week-end with her parents I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlffls of Clay children visited relatives. at De- McRae had ovary asm a* high U-
:
/ and Mrs. H. M.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. County were visiting relative In Land Sunday. sad wonder you sna atttti
t I Thursday, Elder
as dinner guests bark at the
this section Sunday.. Mrs.: James T. Moore of Plant eKUdna,
and Mrs W. E. Hall of Green Watch ootl 0aiin
THE SEMINOLE Quite a large crowd from this City was visiting her parents. Dr. Cove Springs, Elder and Mrs. Bob < nay lead to
section attended the baptism at and Mrs G. W. Brown. Saturdayand Jr. and two little daughters 0.1, ma' ..... ts.*. Nervous Headscinaoa ,
t actAIKk'SElti Engle, ....._ ...setIs
'ac, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA D Hampton Beach last Sunday aft Sunday of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Louise U aalitted to indigestion and a boll
)N CIIAS. P. GKINEK, ManagerA i ernoon. Miss Ruth Rowe who has been Snowden of Starke. .ails ve's .'... yid unpJost try
eo.rehe.51e.
A human, home-like Institution Mrs Amy Clark was visiting visiting friends In DeLand return. Anthony Broo::. of Penney a ......0...._ WW yoou Dr11e
.t' where you will find your Individual Mrs Z. Z. Griffis last Tuesday. ed to her home here Sunday I Farms, spent the week-end here. .. I..n.eeMira. eras t in Nervia. T.bithl
comfort aiul entertainment one a half rlsai i iatar
fl'' Miss Thelma Cox of Miami Is I the weekend
matter Arthur Brannen of Lake Butler Jessie Fountain spent make a pleasant;rpriC

J 3 of great Importance.a -! was visiting Mr. and Mrs Riley visiting here this week I I with relatives at Penney tow eMnk deBgfctfuUy i iD
Miss Dinkina of Jackson'villa
Julllvan last week. Ada Farms. x
yy building locatedIn Quite a large crowd from this Is visiting relative,here this C.WALLrattPlTf *. aOlaa* Nantes >t .
A steel fireproof
f .ads fas twe forms
the heart of the city. section attended the Bible Study at week. GUM BRANCH INSURANCE fFBVICf- 1f. Tablet-Liquid Both i

A" Every Room with CombinationTub the Mission Hall last Tuesday Raymond< Plummer throat who recentlyunderwent Mss Elizabeth Harnage, Cor. TEL 146 lot CAll IT STARKE.FU w earn* aeiillilin

and Shower Bath, Radio, Electric night. -a operation f jf yeo rrrr SUM a*yesnr 4ra as
s Ceiling Fan, Slat Door for reported recovering at his home Mr. and Mrs.: A. J..Williams of

y Summer Ventilation. ComfortableBeds RISING here. ,. Jacksonville spent last week with
with Mattresses of InnerSpring Tok. The Lawtey Strawberry String their parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Construction and Individual ALKASELTZERfor Miss Edna Lewis, Correspondent Band composed of the famous Sapp.

Reading Lamps. Mr. and Emery Norman Smith Bros., Jim Edwards and Si Mrs. W. H. Grave and children

RATES and children have returned to their meon Phillips will broadcast over of Umatllia spent last week with

78 RoonrM with Private Bath HEADACHE, Add Indigestion. home at Gainesville after spendinga WRUF with the Orange Grove Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harnage and

$2.00-Si gle Colds, Neuralgia, Fatigue, Muscular -' a days with their parents, String Band Saturday evening between family.
80 Rooms with Private Bath Rheumatic, Sciatic Pain Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Norman. 7:15: and 8 o'clock and have Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez were
$2.00-Single Pleasant Non-habit forming Mr. and Mrs. Bunion DeLacey promised a real treat for their visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ed- ANNOUNCING 'THE OPENING

40 Rooms with Private Bath Non-JaxaUve-does not depress have returned to their home at friends. wards Sunday.Mr. ON AUG101[UST 1ST
.,. -Single the heart ,Auburndale after a few days visit Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradlna and Mrs. Felix-Sapp spent '
Get Atka-Seltstt with Mrs. E. C. Lewis. left Tuesday for New York City Sunday at the State Farm with -
r1 24 Roma with Private Bath at yew dreg staff
'3.00-Single hi Je sad fte aacasKss foR Mina as, Albert Norman Is spending .the where they will spend several Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Shaw. prUN.K

4 10 Rooms with Private OR gets drink of Alfca-delraw at amr summer at Auburndale with rel days Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent last

u, Bath Sample_.._._______ $ .oo--Single drag star seta famtata.OF atives. Friend of Mrs W. H. Biggs will I week at Starke with Mr. and Mrs. SISTISEEM'FEEI( :
4 Mrs. J. T. Corbltt bas returnedto be pleased. to learn that she Is ,Orla Denmark. .'.. _
SLIGHT INCREASE FOR WIStUKMIl/ / her home at Ft. Myers after slowly improving at her home I .Mrs. Jack Mathew of Tennessee ; t
'
____DOUBLE mn_ OCCUPANCY two week visit with her father, J. here afteiV being seriously 111 for ia visiting 'her- parents, Mr/' and ;: >
W. Drlggera, and sister, Mrs E. C. several weeks Mrs. J. N. Norman. P' : 'J) COMPANY, ;

Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. O. J..Phillip were Mrs. Eva Howell of Umatllia : > '- : .. "

FUNERAL DIRECTORS Rev. Billie Barnes and son of business visitors to. Jacksonville,, spent last wetk .with Miss Eliza '

; our Many: 'Year Experience Make It Possible for V* to Render Alabama, visited his brother, Rev. Wednesday. beth Harnage. We Will Handle Th e Famous SecurityYou
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE J. T. Barnes last Tuesday.Mrs. Please help the correspondent by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman of Feeds And Seeds. Will Find

MODERATE PRICES J. K. Kelly was the guest handing him any notes by Tuesday Woodlawn section were visiting That
They Meet E:
RequirementPrice.
DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY, of Mis Etna Conner Sunday at of each week. Notes concerning Mr. and Mrs.. J. S. Sapp Sundayafternoon. very
As To Quality And .'
church
STARE FLORIDA :Sum Branch. school and personals of .

Rev. and Mr. J. T. Barnes left general interest are especially Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
Thursday for a month's stay In wanted. daughters Helen and Dorothy attended VISIT OUR JEW STORE

Alabama.Mr. Mr. Chas. Dinkins who has church at Pine Level Sun- IN GREEN BUILD]ING ON ST.OFYOUR .

s and Mrs.' J. R. Kelly and been spending several weeks with day.

Miss Lillian Kelly were visiting in relatives in Searcy Ark., return

,' For Expert RepairingSmith's Jacksonville Saturday.Rev. ed to. her home. here Sunday.HAMPTON .

C. A. Crosby left Sunday .

to.conduct a meeting at Antioch .

Church. .Ile AI. ", .__ ...........
Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk are
Garage spending the summer with their Mr. and .Mrs.1 M. ,L. ,..Watt reon. FAVORITE

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underbill. were visiting', in Lake- City last- 4

,fy''} Phone 120 1 Sunday.O. L. Harrison and family arrived .

I E. Q. Walford of Long Beach, here,this ..wee after a visit MAGAZINESAND

Wrecker Service Day"or Night Calif., had his trousers and wooden with relatives and friends In Ala-
bama.. They are on'their way to
leg stolen by athief while he
their home in Miami.
slept Rev. Cooke will preach at 'the THIS NEWSPAPER-1 FULL YEAR


The Bradford County Telegraph'). Guide to Some of the South Sunday.Methodist morning.Church here next You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer


.o BETTER BUSIN1 J ESS FIRMS Mrs J.front'P. Sullivan'bas Theresa, where Just she returned 4 Leading Magazines and'Your Favorite Newspaper

rp4s !has Cleveland been visiting Sullivan.her sons, AI and


The Telegraph has Investigated all the Business Firms listed on this Mr. and. Mrs W. T. Saxon who

page and haa placed Us "OK" on each as beii iff one of the leaders in its re- have been making a tour of South Pkkl Pick 3rfaesl

spective line. We recommend these businessour i firms and their personnel to Florida, arrived at their home here
I last Friday. They visited in Lake
readers-they are Starke Institutions (o wned and operated by Starke 'Worth, Miami. Pompano and Ft.

people.) Try them, go in and visit with them then, you too will place your Lauderdale.

K, "OK" beside the name of each one. Write-t covering these various in Mr. and Mrs Ira Brown of St.

stitutions and prepared by a member of th<5 Telegraph''staff will appear ugu.tJne.we the guests of Mrs I

on this page each week. Read these stories! and ,learn about your own Brown'' a J1t. ,Miss Ada Nlmmo- .
this week
:

n Starke business people. .. Mrs Mftttt'*'A. Ward had u_ ._._ her___ CROUP C SELECT THREE
MAGAZINE!
guests last
Sunday. Mr. Bishop .
BUSINESS GOOD Surreacy'' rind, family of'Gainesville. .l.YL. r -" "
f..iOrM F
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.... AT STARKE BAKERYThe Patronize .,,and Mr. L. A.: P Ingle .and -O. .. .......,.,...,.. 5v tkM.ne1vtleah.r.,1Ta.
FOR PROMPT AND Starke Bakery, owned by family of Starke.A. > CDJ.IT .4' -..,_"" r ...... .... 14.w......,Ta
Albert Keene, Is now running nt Home I, Gould $ucerrM' ClI1_..... _.
COURTEOUS SERVICE Industry of Sharpes. baa recently a .. ....,t1a .......IT
full capacity: and business la better been caring for his real estate CI'II1-.dse IW-... A. "ifealBTjmul.ITt I .
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.
than at any time since he went Into When Ton Buy: Our Bread here. -. t ----

: .' THE NEW DEAL business here, the, proprietorsays. Itolla or Pastry: Ton Are Absolutely ----. ---i Ol -.... a.rel.!...., 01+'P................Ifr.

: Sure It la Fresh. No Pensacola and Its naval air Co.-raw td .........,...,.........'... -. hN1/FINota/ ........1 rt.o .

: 'J SERVICE STA. "11'. Keene has recently had tho Chance of Getting. a Stale base. ,. 0- ......:...........",'Tr.' .oJ.. v td.ITt.
assistance of his brother L. C. e .........IT.. w rs ..
.
.....ar..... .. 1" .......lrr.oW'a .
Hubert J:. Priest Keene, also! an experienced baker, A successful method of extract.ing D ............., ,.. d Dlsl.L. ) -/ft..r"

who has recently moved here. and Product.STARKE petroleum from the oil-bearing ....._....I''T... K t a --. Ute..1 rt.

a third assistant has Just been sand in Alberta bas been evolved. .0 1L.whOM:: .... ..a trw e lbs.a .............1 r"
.
THAT GOOD GULF GAS .. .. r. YOU MAY CHOOSE Ir.o..trl r..l Ta
added to their staff to take car BAKERY -- ---- -- 0-- .....,''IIat :. '
of the rush of business: G. F. Horne 64, of London ;Oq.e..b.ItU.lew. .. Ail. 4 MAGA7NtS! world T ..Ira
who : '
...! fu. Wew.
has pld.-........ 8 ....... .1 Ta
The bakery shop on Call Street .- only one leg, baa driven motorcars .0. ...en FROM CROUP-2 k rt.h t7/sw e...I Ta
has recently been repainted and more than 400,000 miles. .Che***_*'I-- .tWdw. 6s.CJJ
.
redecorated and now -- -
presents a ,

One Bloek Boat et Depot modern appearance In keeping.. J. L. .SIMMOl'fS: ticc If you that are drapery observant, you will no I -11'.'.......,.......,. e"..., 'tills' Tim IIANay mmwn LANK 'l'OD"J:!
long
? ALL GRADES PINE AND with the modern method of mer trailing
Starke Fla.Plumbing ., .
chandialrig that are being ed. scarfs and,capes are used to add ; Out Mrelgewat-t.Mt .... piMilteea'' .a.o f6teast tlnlyesbua ata6.I and rotas Wf
'
iy, CYPRESS: LUMBER AND |height" the petite movie stars.eh.ek. \
.
d nl
The Starke not wih '
Bakery serve yese.rle. Fill eats eeepea a"
npnsaltatlv..e.U.s .
ewe to .
; UVILDiNOMATERIALF only,Starke but a large territory Ana I ;; thfe. .. m _SB hBMHSisB,'_ m..___nMaWflaWal aM L J-fj.al I..........
maeriuU kt
yos offer. It b ... .kt'u.r'
strictlyfltMtMt .
surrounding, and It has become : 9 v MPMflVMaW ..feiP. 'ie'.WrS
famous for Its good bread., rolls Electrical Contractor *..
, BENNETT'SLUMBER and all, kinds .of. fancy pastry. MALARIA .....d ,
In 3 daysCOLDS plllJllPtIy. 'w you ... tit.....
f 6 6 6 iCRt'i of s.....u.a
F Expert Work .,sibsatber to J. Mafente of Healaburg, Calif., '
CO. 1 alms .ilia will L .bend.L !'
tine *mr OG 'T r Stan __.____.. .--- -
took a stranger's boy baby as security ,
.Quick
PHONE 134. for a pair of automobile Service -171.1.. BA1.VM.'FIOSSJ WA'su-iwa Tonic and: as. 1 1 1 1 1 I 1

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A'.USU 1033 BRADFORD COUNTY :
....?. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIIRKB

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The Everglades and the federal within elitht", month from the first circulation In Bradford County, 'rlb..d lands situate, lying and ti.- '4
Hints To Housewives projects on Lake Okeechobee. publication of this notice or tame lortda.Thl inn In Ilrndford County, Florida, to- '

will he forever barred by law.J. the of July. 1935.A. wit _
I. Underhill Administrator. 3tJr8r? Commencing at the SW corner of

The normal hair-covered scalp 1-1-41-8-23 I Clerk. Circuit Court, the HkCK, M' .o. 2A, Tp. I 8 Hans'
from Home
Weekly Demonstra.lion
> -2-81-8-10 22 K. and running Kiiflt on H"i5*
Con i tame approximately 80,000 NO-TICK tlon line 41* feet to a point of biclnnlniir *-
Ppa.16o NEtt Speolaltata, Tallahassee Notice I.I hereby given to all the -- ; then,. North BAD feett;
,1 hairs, while the rest of the body creditor of the Estate of W. H.Yarbrouich ''''rloa'" H\ln' thence mast 118 feet: thence south

contains 20000. det-eaned. to file yourclaims NOTION In hereby flvmn that uni > 6AO feet I thftna West 193 fell; to
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ._ ... with n.th:1 County Judate. K.K. d. and by virtue ox A Final !>.. I point of beginning, these lines be.
-. --- rr I eight month tree of Foreclosure made and rn Inw aaconllnir to the proper varUatlonn
SUNLIGHT ON FABRICS from first publication. of this "0. tiered by the Honorable A. X. Ad- I of the United States survey,
Pure dye silk, weighted silk, and Soviet Russia' employs approximately ties or the earn will b* barred ty, lime, Judge of the* Olrrult I Court of a reservation being mad on the
law. the 5(11( h Judicial Circuit I or Florida,
17,150 workmen In its six Hnutn UU and along the 8ctlimIn
a acetate rayon are ao rapidly tendered Mr. Eva Fernandea.Administratrix. In and for Bradford County In ( of twenty feet for a piibllo

1 A Chinese coolie stopped his rickshaw by sunlight that they are not plants devoted to,manufacture of fh".atnclt. dated July Ihersln 2nd 1968, In road, containing t acre, more or
Chapter military aircraft. .-!-.t-8.U cause ltlyrnilltm less; Brndford County, Florida.AHO .
on the dock and Captain Alan economical material for house ..< t : between In'eti"Jtlf'Karin: -The NWVl of the HWt of ,

Gaskell stepped down. His white furnishing fabric in Florida. IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Mortaage i andrtavid the 8KH Mectlon 26, Tp, S B. Hans
A P TAINNOFTHBrlu TRAIN SCHEDULE OF F1X3RIOA. To: CLARA 8BOKINfJICR trnnic said wlfo, Hattie 31 Kant, containing I to acres, more
' TIlE linens were mussed there was e Shantung is used to better advan Effective June 16th trains 11 whose residence I I. 1814Kberhardt ironic' Defendant, the undersigned or less, County of Bradford !State!
day's growth of black beard on his ; tage for such purposes and will Ave, Columbus, Oenrsl. who was theroln appointed asSpecial of Florida "

winch screamed as face. HI*' whole appearance betokened retain Its tensile strength for several and 12 will be discontinued and It appearing by worn mil of the:Master cams, will In" Chancery, on Monday to execute the> with the appurtenancea. Raid sale to .. ,
The steam-roller and trains 15: and 16 will run a* fol. Complaint heretofore filed In that nd day' of Hcpt.mb.r. 1918, duringthe b* mad pursuant to Maid Deere to .'.
I that the information Mrs. years.Testll certain In theCircuit '
utted the giant of thelDehlp lows: reuse now pendlno Judicial legal) hour of ..!<. hrfor* the satisfy the earn and coat, 'r
Court 18th Circuitof
It upon the fore-deck Aiken had passed on to Sir Guy conducted by the United Florida, Bradford County, In'' Court House door In Stark. Florida 10. K. PERRYMAN
g to SouthboundNo. Hell the highest and bt Am (tpm<,lal Master In ,
I Lunar tied UP correct his to Chancery r
but UPlaintiff I
Kin was were States Bureau of Standard Chancery, wherein J. B. 8 n-hInner
eyes showed : .. .
bidder, for the following d 7 15-11 5.23
whisUereecbed 1-Du* Starke 11:31: P. M. and Clara acklner In cash _, 1
,
steady and keen. He turned to follow L
r that 100 hours
hour exposure to sunlight -
1'1 the signal tame No. 15: -Due Starke 4:03: P. K. Defendant and the roller prayed
half the two coolies who had picked tendered pure silk by about I I. a divorce} and It appearing rO"1 NOTICENotice
activity of No. 107-Due Starke 0:42: A. M. the Defendant' residence I. .
bustling his
pig to the mall- up baggage when a voice twenty-five percent and mineral No. 191-Due Starke 10:57: P. M. Rberhardt Ave., Cotumbue. ,.

'0' coolies ran hailed him. weighted silk by about sixtyfiveper NorthboundNo. that she I I. over the age of twenty- l is hereby given that the fallowing described lands. or mo much

"Alan, come here. rye some last- cent. Furthermore it was on. year, and that there5 no person hereof. es will b* necessary to pay the amount due. for taxed herein pet
2 Due Starke 5:22 A. M. In the ftat of Florida
kWh'tied : or person !
to the >thr with ont esle) and advertising,
minute for opposite name, toit< '
cargo you. shown that Increased the service of 3:30.u: r
hurried perspiration No. 16-Due Starke 12:43: P. :M. would process bind upon said will' b* old at public auction on the Snd September, 1>SS, at t
ouldeJ'l and and up provl- "Hello Ken!" Alan chuckled :! the rate of perishing of weighted No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. M. Defendant.IT whom personally Mark! the County of Uradford.

,ht iang--plank. Ice from wryly at sight of the goodnaturedface silk by about sixty-five per cent Starke and Wannm Branch 18 THKnRFORM OHDKnKD 'Tave. '.

were being: unloaded of Mr. Kennescott standing The constituent of perspiration No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: P. M. that said Defendant I* hereby required .......rl.U... See. T R A Owner A Vmntm4S.I1
the watchfulI to appear In a4! caus* on
inei trucks under by the door of a taxi. "What's the : that causes the accelerated sunlight No. 102--Arrive.* Starke 1:50: P.M. rhefore the tnd day of September, m, of8W NW\4 & 'NW'4 fir

of the chief steward, old nighthawk doing out in the i tendering of weight silk I.I is T. J. GRIFFIN 193B, otherwise the \lleiratlon of ; ;____ i 7 It 120 R. B. Robert ..-___u
said Bill of Complaint will tie takena SNMS1 of8K14
of !
W'n
Inn the dock peddler were hawk- broad daylight 1""You're I common salt. The acidity of perspiration confessed. and a Deere Pro ConfesMo : J_ -.2- 11 7 11 120 A. 1* Crews __. ._..___ 41,.B ,
wares, beggar whining on' so commonly mentioned, NOTICta entered aaalnt. her. Kty of NIC4 of NE4---11 7 It 20 I. W. Plnholster Jr. S.4K .
1 their of the sailing top of u Notice I I" hereby sl\en" to all credtora IT IH FUltTHKR ORDERED!: that W4 of NEt A K'-k ot \
is
r pittance, member' rough' night yourself.' Heard you'wol4alotof actually very weak, and with and clalmsnta'.nlnst the Bn- this order .b* published one. each NWU a W" of Nww.ia\ 7 !. 200 .Unknown _. ..____, 40.ill P
Kong Constabulary' trag-- rubles atrthe' Tat age perspiration becomes alkaline. fate of H. K. UnderkMI to file their week for four consecutive weeks In S1K' 4 of NKH _--r.--------14 7 II* Tliknown .. -.___?_ 1S.T4 I
g 'Armenia*Yug ) claim airalnet said .tate with the the Bradford County Teleirraph' a MIA of NWLLA of -
and there f Fan!" As salt has this accelerating actionit and of '. !
d Her County Judge, K. K. Ferryman newspaper published general HWM A NF:1
bargain, Eu- follows that splashes of sea water MWI, 'A NW4 810014a .

tot criedpongee and smart pith "Don't remember going peer the or even exposure to sea air N'(, of MWV, of 8K'4--S H 10 son H L. John ?_____h__ U OS .' ,,:
I place." NOTICE K', of RKVt of NW>4...._ 1 a 10 20 Minnie A Henry Gibson B. 1
eu i, BritIsh subaltern In trop- are not good for weighted silk !*M> of HWIA,. of 8fiH ___ 1 a toa 30 Frank Steiner _..___. 10.ia
Chinese pedeatrlan in Kennescott assisted a young men These facts will explain why silk NH of NH'4.less road ..11NW'4 20 73 Frank Steiner __u__ 16.31 .,
shorta NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that the ton..wlnll' lands will he sold at Elyof J
of 8EI4' A all l
colorful garb, threaded theira out of the taxi. The latter's sol evening frocks do not develop public auction on the First Monday In September, 1936. tt being the Ind fK<4 W nf public )

hurried preparationsthe emn face indicated a far-gone con tears under the arm so frequentlyas day of said monh, brfore the Court House door at Hterka, in Bradford a11HWt5nfSEl4 !
amid the ('ounty. State of Florida I I or .o much thereof as will he necessary to pay ;:oaf..1\f Branch____.11 a 20 70 Mr. J. P. Dnwlln ".01 :;
dition of intoxication. He
vessel's sailing. placed silk day frocks which are exposed the amount due for tasee set opposite the .ame.together with the cost wit of "KV4 __. 11H a 20 HO Empire Lumber Co.11,11
companionway of the both arms about Kennescott's neckas to sunlight. They will also' ot such sale and a4vertltlnl' 't NW4'j
At I the &lCnof .. __ .
_
E'4 13 430 Empire Lumber .
rage were armed Sikh guards he was carefully lowered to the show why weighted silk is so unfit Tax.. EtiofNW4aW. 174- A ,'J'.hd{

turbans fixed bayonets upon dock. for wear in Florida! it is ten ......1'1..10. III.... T R A 0..... A ('outs of Wt 6 of HE'i __ ____14 a 10 Tin Frank "Steiner ---- .. 1117 .

air! rifles\ subjecting all coolie "Alan, I want you to meet Char dered by sunlight about two and a Lots I. 4. e of blk .a a" N NVk<4 of Of NW'4 KIW4 nf of W\J"W'4..111\ __11 tI'O a toa 10 J.Unknown W. Townsend__"..__.__ '8.a.!,1' I.

to a careful scrutiny as lie McCaleb the American novelist half times as fast as pure silk. extended 0 n En.8Y. EH of 8MV4 ..._______-_11HWVi 10 80 (leorar c. John __.?.- ".04 ;. '"
mgers Map Orllln.1 Town ofHtarke of "W<4 _S3 a 10 40 Ueorse C, John. ...u_ 15.768ENt .
e'l went aboard in single file-a He's supposed to be out here gathering The rate of sunlight tendering ___. .. ----... -.!5 e II Chu Crut..hrleld _____ 18.DG { of NW4etiAln NF1

cautionary measure against ad. material for his next novel, Is 1.01. e. 8 ot blk 8, 01'1.,. Cor for church,_.-!! a 10 59 B. J. A J. S. Kelly17.00 \1"
apparently very considerably reduced fltArk.U 6 al Unknown _. _-.__.__ 11.a .
n.1 Town of NW'4 of NFN'. ot. .!'t
but he well be deaf dumb
native might as
Ming any possible armed In silk weighted by tannic Lots 6. e, 7,5ofbut13. NW% _--.__,__.___23 a 10 110 Frank Steiner _?__. 18.11 :
the ship. and blind. I've dragged him OrlJl'lnfti Town ofHtarke Friiol nil 1 In N.W' 4 ''''i_
rates on had a curious through war, riot and revolution. acid. This method of weighting __________.___.18 5 a. Joe SI..trunk _.__..., n.lo River .. __.__.___. ._23.114I 10 J.. E. Ailkln _. __.. 3.84 ,;;,
vessel itself Is not much used but
He nowadays 2 t, 6Tof bile Lot 7 BUt 1 In New "-
-appearance: one-pounders and he doesn't even know he's with the increasing use of silks in I..i..llv ;,: t n, Truby & River ____._.____.18.24I 10so Emil Mitchell ______... 1.40 "
CO' Adlttlon' _, __+_II 5 ZI Livlntelon Truby Lot 8, 7, 8. ilIn ,'vi
in China! If should stir
and ..
ere mounted fore and aft >you up I out-door exposure it may return. ; > & Co. ----- .-.-.--- II.U New River ._, -. '13-24 5 n. F. R"nfro ._..... ..v".
r'
nldshlps; steel barricades had any excitement, shove him in a This protective effect of tannin Is Lots I, 2. S. 12. ; 1 1 Jof Lot 1 lllk 14 In New .

the flrst-I front seat." 1 hilt II.LlvingstonTru- River ?... .____"", U.UI 10 H F, Ren fro* _____ i..'
en i erected between he; probable explanation of tho 1130 a ("0'. Ad"ltlon..U 5 U Mr. T. S. WlI1lam.__ '..05 r..t 9 file 15 In New .

i section and the. fore-deck; "I'm not going to .stir up any I fact that in China silk coolie cloth Lot t07no 'hilt Il' 1.4v, ng: .' River _. .____._ ____ 91.81 5 20 n F. Henfro _?__ .. 1.40 ,),
Truby Co'. Addition Lot 7 Hlk 15 In New
will last fifteen years. The de. ...______-x_-U 5 II-E. W. J"y.. & River __.. -... -__ ._ 13-14 e 10 n. p, Uenfro ...__. ._ .'.a. MI
fect of tannin weighted silk Is that N. Pternherr _.__.- 1t.8G Lots 2, 4, fl. S1119in \
I Lots 5. 4 ot bile 18. ',_Iv.Jdlt New Illver .. .. .., IS." II 10 Emit Mitchell ________ ....
in contact with iron It becomes Truby & Co'sL Torts 8, 4. II, 5. 10 It lllk $
.1.- black. The risk, however, with td itiot;; ; 1A't.lv.25. S II Mr. W. H Miner _____ 7.55 30 In New River S3-14 5 10 EmU Mitchell ->.-.?__ ., 8.95Lots
bik 8. 4, a, Ink 81 In :
white or colored silks intended for Inlf..ton, Truby"" ('0'. Now River ,. ._...23." a 10 EmU Mitchell _________ 1.04 ;!\(
(" ..,. use In conditions Involving sun- Addition _.t5 5 U n. J. Davie ___.___._ 18.80 Lnte 2, fl. 5, fl, 8, 0, 10,
Lota 10. 11 "f bile 16.. Llvingwtun It. Hlk 22 7'1 In New "

-... light exposure would probably be TrubY Cue River ___.- ._ 1IU14 a 10 EmU Mitchell -_____ .... 11 11I
:-... __21 6 12 IIlr. L. H. Ea"tman. 11.70
negligible compared with the certainty Addition __ .. '-- ? Lot 17 Bile 43 In New
"' 7' )rj3h} of rapid tendering In the I.ot" 8. 9. lOot bik18. Rlv.r .. ...__ ... ._ 13... a 10 Emil Mitchell ....__... 1.40
) Livingston Truby III Lots 2. a. 4. 8. 5, 7, 8 Plk -
absence of tannin weighting. Co' Addition' ___a. __._.28 5 U n. L. Silcox ______..._ 1'.80 44 In New\ Rlver.--23-24 .8 10a EmU Mitchell ___.._. .. 1,14 \
Lot 8. 4, 6. A. 7, 8. 9, 10. Lois 2, 4 nik 45 In New I
I"d demo 11.I of tJlk 26. Llviniretnn Illvwr .. . 83-14 10 EmU Mitchell .__ _n__. 1.04
t5i d'c', i '_ eXr ,-". "Chewing tobacco, sir." Trilby III Co's Lots 2. 8, I, a. 7 I Blk :
:J. ... ,. ed the quid from his mouth and Ahlltlon _. _____ _11 6 21 -' J. U. C.uth.n ____._ II.U 48 III New River .21-!4 a 10 remit Mitchell -.---. .... :
1 '- Lot t of blk II.- I.Ivl"",- Lot. I. 2, 8, 4. A FisrlIxit W'
flung it overboard. Mon Truby & CO'" 5, 8, A all Tots 7,
'It's bad enough to have a ship Hub-dlvlsion ._ _---lS 6 II Saul H.nkenon __.__. 1.9I.ot" N. H, 10, Jl 11 Oik 47 ,Jl
"" .' 3. 4 of hilt S0. l.l.Ingston ... In New River _. 19-14 9 10 Emil Mitchell\ ____.___ 4.51 ;p'i:;\
:: that looks like this, with a Cap. Truby & Co' All nika 50, 58 In New II

taro that lookn like me without having Pub.divlsinn __ ..11 6 al Willie Roberts ._.____ 11.11I River ,- .....- .-__.11-.4 a 10 Emil Mitchell -..--..-.- .... 'Yt
Lots 1. 2 or EIV ot bik 32.Llvingslon. E'li, A K14 of NW(4 ..
.. ...' _. a Chief Officer that looks like TrubY ftW"" of BWW, A E\Ii 'kf. )

;" .. ,I you," Gaskell told him, turned eo' lCub-dlvl"IOD. ._.___21 6 21 tulle Haunders .__..__ "ao otIW'4! __.____.4 a 10 520 Empire Lumber Co..,,._ 85.iaT" 1I.r:,
.4 .' ..,. and..confronted Mr. Wllletl Lot 3 ot bile 112, Llvtnwetnn AlY" ...,.....isle 110 840 Kmplre Lumbar C...__ tl .
"
away Truby &Cdsa.b-' NW V of-'NWlf"1"!:"a,,,, a toa 40 oaorir* "C. John*""i.ij__ ';
,. ," of the Royal Canada bank. He led :division .- ..75 I II ._> Walter Cummings __. '..li All ex NW'4 of NWti\ __--inNWV toa 800 Em Ira Lumber Co-_ rt
c,',,,, 'to"".. Willett aside. Lot 4 ot hl------ Living- ... of HMV4 _________.17 10 40 t'. E. Andrew ..---..,. 1!1.75 'f
stun, Truby & Co'etub- HEW of '' _87 a to 40 Mr.. Minnie Phillip._ .l.tm \\0.
... board ..28 d II __ 11.10 aW'4SWyof
"""" "Has the gold come on division Charley Thomas ___ .W of
yet?" Lot 4 of bile 112. Llving M *. --__._____u .-____tj .a 10 10 Empire Lumber Co._ 117* gt4 :
.stem Trub It ro' 8ub. ot NWy" ,t',
IA Chinese coolie, stopped hi* rickshaw and Captain Alan Gaskell "Yes." tor 19 2tt.x.._2i S II (h.rley 'Thomas. ___._ It.Ot NW'4 of ARVi ______.II a 10 180 tit D. John .-__...-.."a.: !! ll"

topped, down. "All stowed away in the placewe N4k onio .2 of bile .Llv NXVW of NWH -..-. .-.at. 40 Empire Lumber Co...._ ,,'
Ingeton Truby It Co' N'i" of Lot. I A 1 8 of .i
the rails steel excitement to help literature." agreed?" Flllb-dlvl..lon __.__-_._::-25 6 II H..I Williams ____.__ 1.211Ltt. River .. _._.__-.-__.80 a SOto 70 Empire' Lumber Co.._. 1..04 ;
ing were gratingsi Just. "Ye, Captain." Gaskell signeda 11. 12. 13, Jf nf blkI. N Lot. 4. 8, a,. ______Itnf 6 110 Kmplre, Lumber Co.. .. ..../
i boardtrs; armed Sikh "Don't worry, old feller, mum Davis Truby' Addlllnn 11:' NEVfc" A NK',4' of .
lards swarmed Chime bled McCaleb 'Til be right there. receipt, and proceeded to his own to Starke .,..____-15 5 22 '_ L. M. Gray ._____..__-_ lT,81181i ---,- _-..*!! .a soa 110 T. M. Stevens ._?.??.. 47.41 g
everywhere. quarters. Rockwell, the young! &. LMT .nit "''WI" : _.___.13 so 40 W. K. Hod*.* .._ _.. 11.74 RI'N'ry0
pirates were a real menace toe I'm the Ringside Kid-the human of lot Bt .11 Y1 } NKV4 iaNNW A
English Fourth Officer, stood before 10ftofhlk A. N. J. ; of MW(4. ( tiM of
shipping on the China Seas. blotter never make a note; got an 1 1.T
;
a mirror absorbedly trying on Jones Addition to NV ._ .__ ... .___ js 5 10 8AO T. M. Bteven. ,,__ __ 141 at
Sir Guy Wllmerding, managing eye like an eagle Good-bye, Starker5 d at MI. Mina M.na.. __. IUI All _. __ __ _. ... .11 30 840 Empire Lumbei Co.-... 10905
rector of the steamship line, age Captain Gaskell. Had a marveloustime. the Captain's white-topped, gilt- 81St0 All -.. .. -__;;::.. 10 840 Empire Lumber Co.._.. 10....
emblazoned cap, Imitating, in turn 8 Ex N 11 ft It all lot. 8WV. of'NWii Wi4of .
rawboned man ,tat the late ." 9. to of bllt A. N. J. '" < Captain Gaskell'a smile, biB cool of PW'4 RN19
I,, bad come aboard, and was "You're sailing on his ship, Char oJ 0 n e s Addition to A of'ofSwr I0et
stare, his blank glare, his 'sudden SI.rke -'h.I' 8 21 E. \I.! Matthews __..____ 811,11IS WWli. a 7 20 110 Unknown __ .._.u-w, ....,
I at said Kennescott and helpedthe & lot --r- '
learning that._ Captain lie, snarL 10 tt of lot 7 all of "fi 111)14 '" w k ,
t Gaskell had not put In an ap- drunken novelist up the gang 5 Ex N I ft and all lot. Itot( NB'A of PITYu4L
"Little too big for you, isn't It, tI, 10 of bill A N. 03. flof '' of MWU A BW {
ce, with the ship due to sail plank.Captain. Mr. Rockwell Jones. Addition to 1I4!: 5 7 10 180 n. A. Week Co.,..._
I thirty minutes. Sir Guy watched Gaskell stamped up the Starke for ISIS taxee..2S S 71 ', E. M.tth.w.. ____.110.55 tx>ts I.I.. 10, 1112------ a 7 10 400' es. p Oslney ___ .w 11.111
i the Rockwell whirled In a pablO of S ot lot lots 9 .[ Pt(, of Lot 8 A .11 Lot 7.. a 7 1 130 R. A. Week. Co'__s. 4
purser taking up ,ticket rom companionway to passenger embarrassment and shame: "I 1 axtN 1ft III all /10 84e!! ;, of mi, of ixit a A r"xit 0
passengers for a moment,' saw deck and went directly to Sir Guy 10 nt bill A. N. J. Jonee. 10 ex N 11 A .
apologise, sir. Chief Officer sent Addition to Starke, for N'A.set 4 A W14 of N5i
i Russian gem..bay.r.Paul: Ro- to whom Mrs. Aiben had again attached me down to check the chronometer 1 eal t.... .----.jt----.5 1 II E. 8. M.tth.w. ..___ "..811B Lot 4 A NM Lot 8_.-I7 7 10 180 R. A. Week Co..___ lee., hll,

renew acquaintance '-withL herself. '" to rt nt lot C4 Lot 11 ._ 7 7.0 40 Mr*. Dante Mott -,.._ 16,7
snarled Sir 8 .. N II tt & .n tots t Acre In BB o---------. .
VoUtwrg, the Jonoeoque, blond "So there you. are! ,""I don't keep them in my cap. 5, 10 of hilt A. N. 03.oJ of BW% ___ I 1 10 1 Unknown e......._._._ ..' wAll
lid I fJlrtatlus widow, bowing' low Ou 0 n a s Adllltion to PJ'/& ofII'fa of AW44 of
kiss Button your' coat What are you "tar"e. for lBIt ..... ._11 4 n ffi. e. M.tthew. ____ 1I.85Lol HWM NfRy ex E 100 '
her
hand. They shook their OaskeU saluted, unsmiling. waiting for?" ,1.:1 1, 4, 6' 6 7.ld8. ft-4t4 A .. ____ a T'O II 'R. A. Week ._____."__ s... ,,
tada at a perfunctory question "Morning, Mrs. Alken. lot on 'vd ; Lot 8 mil -Ward City. .. a 7 10 Mr. f.ena OodwlnIt. ._ t.,
Itot to them the chief "We were Just talking about "I was J-J-Just hoping, sir, you ot hilt B eSSftof Lot 8 nik j Ward ('1130., a 10 A. Week Co .._. 36!
by steward
aren't too angry with me." lots 7. 8 N. J. Jones Lot 1 Rile I Ward City _. SLot 7 20 Mr.. Oaena Godwin__ 1.1
l and followed Chinese boys, who you." she said with tae 8WeetestGI11Je. "" Addition to Ptarke' ____II 5 It R. a. W.Un ________ un 4 Sulk 2 Ward CHy... a 7 10 )t A. Weeks Co.Mr _. ..1
look ap their luggage to their "Oh, carry on. Lots 1. I of hilt I B: Fl. Lot 2 n SIN Ward City: .. a T ID' *. Oiena Oodwln-..._ Lt/ ,
"Ye, sir.. .Thanks a lot" beamed Matthews Additlolll. "A" Lot 8/4 8 Ward City aWH 10 H. B. Crosby _____. .....
Poers.The' next two paatwa- Sir Guy all but snorted "She to Parke ______________28 I. _. IlL 8.; Matthews _.__ 2.11I Fraotl Blk 5 Ward .

Itwt were questioned more closely tells me you've been sensationally Rockwell a* he left Lots I. S .t bill /. wa' oJ .' City ___ ,__________,8 7 10 _. R. A, Week Co. ?_.. ..'7' 1'i
Gaakell found his bedroom door Matthews Addition All lllk a Ward City 8 7 10 It A. Week. S Of r!?,
19 the steward blotto .ever .since you've. been locked. "Who's in there?" be do i to "Ptarke' for t9a:1: ......2. 6 II ffi. & M.tt"eW. ____ ''.00 llBlk,0, 10. Co.'f"i

"Are either of .yon, carrying uhOre--" Lot. I. I of hlk 1. 0. 8. 11 Ward City jk'I' 10 R. A. Wek Co. ___ 15,08 ?,
manded. M.tth. Addition A" Lots 11. 12, 11, / IS
.ens?" "Oh, Sir Guy! How can you any "The girl who drive men mad!" to Ptarke for I U2 t.U, 5 II-E. 8. Matthews. .____ 12.1111 a Ward City __._.____ a 7.0 R A. Weeks CO. __ ".1. +
." e1 bile 1. 10. 5 Lot tl I. a 7, I Bile v.
horrified I J.I
*", Colonelsaid the such a thing! protested the) Lots I.
man,,
Hi. answered a feminine voice. Matthews Addition "A" 10 Ward. City ______. a T 10 Mr*. fI, K. Mott _.___... 8.7. Ig
blustering type of American, woman, and beat a hasty retreat (To Be Continued) to 8tuk. for Uat laxe..15 6 II ffi a.. Matthews __ n.1II Lot 4 Elk II W9ard City 1 7.0 Mr. Oiena tiodwlnMr I."
J> can search the All P. M.tth.w. Lot 1. a, 12 '
b me and Mlaarts hilt10'A" to 8t.rll.2' S ., B S. ___ 13.11 Ward It8y1WirA 8 T 10 *. Oiena Godwin 1..1
t ?** nook and cranny" .Alan turned angrily to his managing All hilt I Ew P. M.tth.w. Lot 4 Blk Cltjr1-. 8 7.0 Mr. Laura B. iI..t..w. 1U I
'We never search European to director: "If you don't like Addition A" to .t."II. Lots l, 2, 10, Blk 14 Ward "
1 II Ill .M.tt".w...._ 19,30 City 5 '1.0 .
.
t.
hoot Mr*. O.ena Godwin__ 2.tf
| of natives, sir" said the stew my behaviour ashore, or aboard 9 t Afot 131taxsMinhew1 W 80 ft"of 'rVacWlkT'Ii .

*M very a new Addition Starke, .. .. 10 Unknown .... ____ '1.1'
| politely. "Just your own ship, you can always get for 1952 /.0 __u 1 II-E. S. M.tthew. ;:._' 111.1I11 tnrf: ltlIk' 11 wai"7 ,. .1

*""*rUon is *ufficle rt.t' ::: : ]I f boy. In fact.! wish you would. All ilk .. E. H. MaNbsw.Addition City _' .. .. 8 7 10. ''_ .M.... Banl Mott .._. 1.1. +
Ij/Wan.. 'phone .Scranton: KJ Sir laughed toeartfly. Tow "A" stark., Lots I, It Blk 10 Wanicity
Guy .: --s-5 1 II = E. ...-M.lth.un. ; .J '' 1 7 10 _
j. fm-19e1 Unknown _........_ .....
If. WUberforcerjPImmon: !" woudn't leave here, even U you Lot. 1. I, a. 4 ot 'bik .. Lots 4, '7'i"Bile 19wid' ,

11 7t Won't be sir Have could!" .. Addition to City _. ._ ._ ._. I 7 10 Mr.. Oiena. Oodwln_.. 3.17
necesary State -- -__ _18 6 II-A. H. Hell __._ ..1.011I Com 183 yd. W nf BE Cor .} .
y any arms?.'* "Wouldn't IT WeD, rm *o close .. -In 'Y of 1'JP.\4:\ of W'4\ A run e

I"Just' these you see growing out to being In ,England now, I can Sw4r 8 ot M dat W 4IO'B:3.; yd. to 1K t
d sty .. known al J. O. Alv.res '. ,, ,H n u of
I
fJn-pits! laughed clack.l hear Big Ben chiming. r.sid.nce bIll ea 1 bite Ward City, thence B on
IaIy.I "I've heard talk like that from AMERICASNLV NW cor sold to J. L. said boundary 87 ,.d...

a Mr.. Tlmmon, 'an &ttrscttve1nan men for fifty years.The weak one I I Peek acre" _I._. ._flW___cur___of__2. 5 I. 'J.; W, Andrew.,. o3r.__ ....1 thence, NWW H so .yd A* to be8 1 10 Mr.. Dante Mott,, .._.-_ U..$ r;'

|In the thirties. gave berband sneak out of the China Seas, but fmStUmINGE NW\4\ ot I'IW'4' --r----.l$ 5 II Mr.. ;J. a. Wynn, ._ 17,11IC..m NvVli A Nli, of NWle : j r ,

an ominous '"If bull-head like stay on! d4U .t a .take on ditch of NWyy ._---. -U a 7 10 100 Mr... C. A. 1.1.' __. 3..4f ..k,
lance. the :you _
( Madison I St of dRy,34 S 7 111.11 Mr .
where SWu.y J. R. Oroover 18 IS +;
Tar don't little pot to' keep ronnect : '. -I' N ._, _..in.... a 7 -??
stop that DOlle ru get : How about a ALE .aid ditch pWoof t3s. 80 Kmplre\ Lumber Co ... lafS If4
_
1IIJ1t, oft the boat!" brain from addling?" den 8 on weld ditch' .S" HWH __ ____..10 7WH' 40 B. J. Water __..__ 1B.74 ;
your HW A--* ot {
.\ SIr :56 N1214 ft to fiiad '. .. aa & '
Guy turned away 'with,. a Alan turned away. "No time. ft. 100 ft ofof

taint smile of Ironic amusement I'va got to get the pride of your Illon lit, W on said St r.1,4". (,*;"; \, 't., ,, RWI4 8WW -____.11 7 10 83 Unknown --------5-- ..... ; '
IIId 10 ft ao beg In NWWot W'V A N% of 8WJ4 ..
a small thin woman approach. fleet under way.'* awl( .. ____.1 II I. C't Robineon._ 11.16 HWVi\ of H\VV4 ex K 100
Dew Com lHt4'ft H of ltE!! t".r ft 4k NU of BBti A
.shim. "How doyou 'do, Un He hurried to the bridge. ''all .. Ste BUM! of 8EM ?_-__-.11 1 14 587 Emplr Lumber C.._ 111.** -
be said, and beckoned an con, the Chief Officer, left offblackguarding ;.t.trf a"ll1flr : 05214ft All /? "_11 t 10 840 Empire Lumber Co....., lU,1I ?
tant "Hasn't hi* superior to II 1116 It to Call fit, NEW ofivEl4 "o"'m't. of !
Captain NVVIA N\
said St tob.w A
W
Cas eU come: on board :yet 7" Rockwell, the youthful Fourth Officer thence on_ .,_ __75 1 n J: ;Jet. Effl. lOlane; ::',_ 12.46A HWU of 8WU .7_It T 10 100 Empire Lnmber Ce. dill i

a 7? look sir'" replied. the,- maD, and greeted Gaskell cordially fO lt D.of}foil.I'A, 4 .,t..bik___.21 1 '.i -I.; ; :HS,"' Corpening'-:._ 11.76 Eo.v K'of. NE4V.\ BWJ4 NWVi.of. 14 T' 10T 100 Empire Lumber Co. ,.1051tlE(4 N,

"I hurried away. and respectfully, a* though h* Lot :3 of hilt I. City Park NWV. of NB>'4 .. .14 10 40 Unknown ._ lU.
that moment seen him. fr11u 8ub-dl..I.lon I al T. B., Young ------ 1,10it. of 8W(4 A ; w---
beeen'ggrOOeelCaptain Gas- had Just aboard T Lnt. 1 ., 13. U, ---111 HK(4 _J-.L..14 7 10of 80 II. H. Howard __ 10.0130
Third mate hasn't come ,Is. II. 'f 81'\4 fjP.t6 is A W ofI5
"" ute J"r:1: 2"( r..r., T to ,'
) lot
past 21 24. -- F. C. Holllna.worth. nil t
Liken three days: Mrs. yet. sic"Cashell of bik 2. CltyPark BW. of aWid -..._ ..li 7 10 40 f). C. K.IUy. _.__._. :, 1S.74
aid, a catty smile on her nodded. ".'ve Just been Sub-division :: ,55 S II W. B.. Watson _____.. 10.06Lot. SIC4aWyea! H. 105 ,

-Up-. looking him over: He' in the Se- 5. I. 1 01 bile City- A *W<4 of : ("r.ji '.I6 T'O TOl.; W. Psdcett *,__,. ".1.
Sir S .2 T. H. 'Young ____ A of BEl" !
face! .What} .. complete poy HospitaL Tried to dean out Lot.rk '13Sjb.-14rt8M1 p 11 0U AI... M A-4 A ... 014.11 7'", 8 ll. C, K.lley .,,__ 1.17 fi
"Do Got a ally-Pak Subdivision Braat pt 128 I.! ft W of '
of McQueen' bik t.
yes ltr be High }Ctoade : : ....--:_.. 4 II W, D. W.t.o" ___ U. NK Cor of NWU A run
think the China *. are a knife In his kidney. Port Captain'strying Lots t. 6, 5. 1,t. 1. 1. 01 W en Bee Ito. 788 fl.t 14;
JllQar I*HIT somebody to take H .. CIt.r.. !!Iub. thence M "4 mil to ft a
*MI P"1-( *** tourna- to get bile 01..10" .21 S II W D. W.tlOn _.... line ot NWM. thenoo tits
; -f What a man doe off duty his place. What have,you got In -4- H 731 ft, N" t*) be*-

C>W1a busrneHe walked mouth T" 1 .' 4Sg.-tJ.raJ"- CARL T.. CoJl."tor. ".f! A ..__.?._ IT 7 10 44 r"J-nl. Mot<< _......... i .aa
your .t .'....11.. 'for.... _
"V from liar. .,' ... ?.- Dawson flushed with hame. w......... --, ...... :. 4J**>I' **} fmmm Y#+')



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SAGE FOU1\ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPD. STARKE FLORIDA ___ ._____ FRID.tZ A VatS!1.1.i

; r ieo: Starke may take a great deal I"RESBYTEIU.\S- -...;::
DliLIIIIA fIGH I N- 4 m SfR\1::
:: .... .... "l./ctNN of pride in having a Public Library There will be the
that would be a credit to a city of at the usual srhl
It -- I Presbyterian
Socicty-IJ -
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: twice or three times its size and Sunday morning, August Cbul'tll

t-1L- It should be patronized by all Its day school at 10 4.x' h
citizens to show that they appreciate -
!
I .. -- -- the kind loyalty of the Ladles worship tttn. Thepasj
,,, of the Woman's ,Club who have In his pulpit as usual sow
Entertains For Mrs. Uglow HonoredOn made,It possible for us to have a ___
Mrs. Glenn Wood Birthday AnniversaryIt P 4'4/r :; rIDS Llbraray of which we can all feel and would like to
# .e /NG ..e OF proud. The Ladles Club have giv- see Starke i tal
Miss Martha Brownlee was hostess was a happy occasion at the s' t'4 'a;,,, I SP.eNGN en their own Library room over to her place among the 'Live 7
number of her friends Uglow home malt Friday after- towns of
the
to a ,czoe.oAPrince the Public Library and have also state Our StatT
Friday at a spend-the-day party noon when neighbors and a Mrs few / donated a very pleasant room Just H, SIT !loung,.
complimenting friends called and surprised
\1' at Klngsley Lake ,. across the hall for a Reading
Mrs. Glenn Wood, a recent bride. John Uglow with a olrtbday partyIn ., Room which Is equipped with
adorned the celebration of her birthday an-
Summer flowers Y 131 .G
;
trl% rr r .' ,. chairs and tables for the convenience PAYS-
niversary.All
where the guests were entertained
rooms
1
: of those who wish to read
; and Mrs. Wood was of the guests arrived at the
and
} the magazines papers with
t it presented a lovely embroidered I same time and after presentingher '. '. which the room is supplied To Look Well Hare,
n!/. luncheon set, a gift from Mlaa' with the large assortment of ..
:, i The State Librarian at Tallahassee Your Work
afternoonwas n Done i \
'ft Brownlee. gifts a most enjoyable in
!Y has promised our Librariana i
,
this lovely affair spent in pleasant conversa the Scientific
Those enjoying Way
liberal supply of books as need-I
}! with the hostess and honoree were tion.Late ed, If our people show the proper by Mildred Martin
Jar; Misses Lula Redgrave, Mary in the afternoon refreshments of ,
appreciation having a Libraryof
''i1' Brownlee, Georgia Kathryn Haynes of Ice cream and cake were their very own; the patronage the New Manager ot\\
:>f';ik Lillian Sternberg. Lois Ad- served the' guests by Mrs. Uglow's thus: far has been fairly good butIt
.?}i kins Lois Long, Marjorie and i daughter, Mrs. C. F. Ward. could and should be patronizedby LARRY'S
: Evelyn Stump. Elizabeth Holllngs- Those who enjoyed this happy everyone of our citizens whoa BEAUTY
worth and Martha Hague of Ala SHOP
occasion were: at all
': progressive In his Ideas
; chua, and Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Mesdames Marla Hull, W. A.Bonham. -
(. W. J. Epperson S. F. %
,
3+ BETHEL CHURCH Hamrick, George H. Lowry F. B. ; \ <
'} There will be services at Bethel Johns, L. A. Reynolds, W. O.Halle ,f1 it t tr
'{s' Baptist Church every night begIn- C. O. Searing, W. A.' Stern PLAIN!!. OR SELF RISING
ning Sunday, August 1. Everybody and Miss Louise Stern. Out of i
h" is welcome town guests were Mrs. Carolyn v15 y j' D IONA '
Cotten of Lake Wales and Mrs. W.
':I: I E. Bullard and children of Plant FLOUR
''
? 4-Plece City. .

1 Bed Room Suite Personal correspondence MhouM tsTA11f4M'p 6-lbs. Sk. 12-lbs. Sk. 24-lb. Sk. 48.il, I
i''j bespeak your Individuality. See our
5' $58.00Terms sample Bradford County Tele- 44Gfu/ 23c 43c 83c $1.65
graph. WHERE ELONOMY RULES
.Ya : $1.00 Per Week
""

((1 Will help you finance, WEBSTER'S EARLY JUNE
;, HARTFURNITURE Draw Your flans and Build pIc e/a4c rcwzG -

:{; \ W. Your W. WRITTEN Horn '4DrL QlSJLl NT' PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

/ _
I h
General Contractor
CO. Box 285 Starke, Fla. ACHILLE MURAT was the ful pink while on another he tried out IONA-With Pork and Tomato SaucePORK&BEANS6
'"r ; oldest son of Joachim Murat, Napoleon's some turkey-buzzard soup, but was disappointed -
general and later king of Naples. He came in the flavor. He had an ab- 16-oL cans 25c

to Florida early in tho 19th century after horrence of water, either for internal or '"-- -,,- --
f his father had been killed by his subjects, external uae. He died in 1847. COLD STREAM PINK
:;WE'VE, ', 'and settled near Tallahassee. Although While the YELLOW JESSAMINE

the son of a king, Murat seemed to lack bloom heaviest during the last of Janu- SALMON Tall cans 2 for 19cARMOUR'S
HARNESSED the traditional French regard for personal ary and first part of February it has been ,
appearance. Careless in dress and known to bloom in Florida even as earlyas i- -
.g manner, Murat paid scant attention to the Thanksgiving. It is interesting to know
niceties of life and spent much of his timein that while this hardy evergreen vine is CORNED BEEF 2 for 25c
4 GREATER POWERFOR peculiar experimentation. It is said-- poisonous, it is also beneficial and is used
that on one occasion when his wife :waa extensively in medicine for reducing

away be dyed all of her clothes a beauti_ _fever. ARMOUR'S
'

1, YOUR .22 RIFLE Woodmen Members) Baptist Circles NoticeThe LIVER SPREAD 3 for 25c

Hear Mrs.
Talley Circles of the W. M. U. of TheLetter
SENSATIONAL KLEANBORE HI-SPEED .
Quite a few members of the the First Baptist Church will
REMINGTON .22's GIVE MORE SMASH AT Woodmen's Circle here heard Dora i I meet Monday afternoon at three- BoxStarke Octagon A & P

100 YARDS FROM GUN THAN ORDINARY Alexander Talley of Omaha, Neb, thirty o'ciockiCircle ; Soap or Powder Grape Juice
One will be entertained by .
.22's GIVE AT MUZZLE. national of the
president Woodmen Mrs. W. L. Wall at her home on Small'
Fla., Pint
Quart
Circle, last,Thursday.afternoon in Cherry Street.:: S For
Y "COST NO MORE" Two'WII ''meet with Mrs. .Tuly,29, 19M. 13c 25c
t, ', a nation-wide radio address; Mrs. Circle Pear Editor:. ioc
a:,, Lula,, Hutto, ,",secretary:,, said this O. W.;:'..Aldentftn-'at'her. home' on We quote an article..ROAD TO
f FOR FULL.. INFORl\IATION'SEE week. ;Walnut Street I THE BAR, recently published In
Clrcl..Thr84t will meet at the
TUB,BRADFORD IIDW..COMPANY "In my work I, have travelled home t of Mrs..iC. A. Knight on CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE: COFFEEFRESHLY '
some l ,OOO mile. through thirty- _Call Street, with Mrs. Knight hos The moderation people declare,
nine states, attending state conventions tess. they must fight two sets of foes.
N OT ICE-UB DISPLAY COUNTERS FOR of our organization since the people of the booze business ROASTED! FRESHLY GROfND!
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS-lOo TO 1.00 the first of March. I talked with Nurses Help Reduce and the "total abstinence groups." EIGHT O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE SOMAS
r hundreds of women in every walkof Maternal Death Rate They are quite mistaken; they "Mild-Mellow' Rich! FuU Bodied" i'orous1JIry"
life and listened to their comments I have only one set of opponents.
on the things In which they With a decrease of thirty-three: The booze sellers would be much lb. 17c lb/19c' lb. 23c
BRADFORD HDW. COMPANYJ. are 'Interested. I noticed a different per cent In ,the Florida maternal bigger fools commercially than
attitude and a new courage death rate during the past year, they are If they entered the lists
B. CARLISLE. Owner among them; women are thinkingmore directly attrlUnted to the resultsof against moderation. AU their Interests New Virginia Cobbler Irish Can
intelligently and more to the Its workithe: !Florida ERA State are with the moderationIdea. Potatoes 51ba5 lOcLibby' No. 2ft
6 point than they did even, a year or nursing project Is continuing: It* For moderation is ,every- Sauerkraut"Irgtnla lOc
BO: ago. They are more InterestedIn services to the people of Florida body's road to the bar. the bottle Green Trimmed
public affairs and more willingto with an averaga?of about 15,000 and the broken life. There isn'ta Cabbage, 4 Ibs. lOc Mixed LimaBeans No. 2 Can
I assume their share of responsibility !- cases under care each month, according purple-nosed bum In any whis lOc
In working out governmental to Federal Government' key-row gutter who took any oth- Georgia Elberta
problems," Mrs. Talley said. state-wide relief,agency. er route. Peaches lb. 5c
hone Pkg./
; Saying "good government' Is Not only doeS this project aerv Why should a,*liquor profiteer Spaghetti or
FREE merely good housekeeping," Mrs. to provide much needed bedside fight the moderation crowd when Large Fancy Head Macaroni, 7-oz 5c

m.I ...X88, : Falley 'declared: ,"If we are going nursing cart to families unable to any public accountant can prom- Lettuce lOc
.
I. to have a representative formf defray the expense of professional ise him exact figures on the num- Fresh Blue Rose, ,Whole Grain
." i government In this country we nursing service and to furnish em- ber of hard drinkers he la sure to Fancy MarylandTomatoes
\; I must learn how to run it efficient ployment to otherwise unemployed get out of-every thousand.moderate lb. ,lOc Rice 5. Ibs. 25c

,8'P. I y and the responsibility for learn- nurses, but It.also makes possible Inkers.T Fancy White Malaga
; I ing how rests,upon women equaly a program of public health The thing' Is mathematics not Wisconsin Whole Milk
''P. 1I ,with men." nursing which includes maternal lysterlcs. The Metropolitan Life Grapes, 21bs.25c Cheese, lb. 21c
health care, participation in health Insurance Company can supply the Large Fancy Stalk

., I I activities for the pre-school and statistics: out of so many young Celery 12Y2c Try The New
\I school child, participation: in the people beginning to drink this 20c
: preventive tubercular program, year so: many will have become Fancy Strlngleas Nucoa' lb.
RITZ THEATRESTARKE and a part In the various other confirmed drinkers by 1936,. 'so Beans lb. 7Y2c
,; programs designed to combat pre- many more by 1930, and so on. AP Fancy Tub'or Print
", ventable diseases. the report stat- That's one'"perfectly good reason 4 UM. Butter lb. 29c
ed.The why most of the churches will BANANAS 15c
PROGRAM, maternal health program have nothing to'' do with the

BEGINNING FRIDAY Includes 'a variety, of activities COUNCIL for Moderate Drinking.The WHITE HOUSE-Evaporated.MILK .
Ink rhe nurse not only visits the hometo COUNCIL ,was born yester
Writing FRIDAY. Aug. 2nd advise the expectant mother of day but the churches weren't. ;For 3 Tall Cans 17c

"Eight Bells. available,,, >, care which she many yeara' they've ,had their _
Ann Rothern! should have, but, also performs in hands full with the effect of moderate -- t
\ -. Ralph Bellamy the horn the services suggested by ,drinking; and JJwy believeIn GRANDMOTHER'S, Plaid ot Sliced
s' Colors To Match'YourMonogramWithEachBox Also Comedy A Sport News the doctor. Sha also meets with It,as little ,as they believe in M-oa. 18-c. :M-o. IS-ox. Bolto
In and Instructs the members of Pa moderate tooling' with ,any other BREAD 5c' 8c lOc 5c
SATURDAY Aug. 3rd. habit ,
rent-Teacher Association, 'Wom forming and character-de
-9u -..+-'- "Texas 'Terror" en's Clubs, and 'other civic group forming Indulgence, ,

John Wayne Interested In public health prob- Very truly."Publicity MARY ANN Winner
Of Colonial Stationery For Also Cartoon Chapter 3 "The lems of their communities. In this Dept.:W.: C."T, U. OldFashionMEAL Bock Ground
Miracle Rider" with Tom MI* manner the' administrator said, .
A Limited Time Only. material advances have been madeIn St rke, Fla., GRITS51k..I5c
8UN.- ION.'Aur 4 01 S, raising health standards in July'30, 1939.
v "Break Of Hearts" communities throughout the state.It Editor Telegraph," "

Katherine Hepburn I I is of particular significancethat Dear Sir:. 5:]As. 13c<<:
,Paper, Envelopes and Ink- Charles Boyer prior to establishment. of Public libraries are a distinct asset .
Also New. and Cartoon the public health nursing, project to any,city or town that may
THREE FOR $1.25 I early In 1934. Florida bad the high ha the proud' possessor 'of 'one, OLEOMARGARINE
ALL TUE. .-WED., Ang 6 A 7 eat maternal death rate of all

a Colors And Various "Swell Head" states In, the Union, the administrator of tuberculosis are most evident In SILVER SPREAD Lb. 15c
Many Barbara Kent. I pointed out. the nurses' work In the home,
'; Wallace: Font During the fifteen months the school, day nurseries and meetingswith FINEST SHORTENING
Patterns To., Select From,;-: I project has been In operation the civic: organizations" the relief
THCRS.-FRI. An a:1.: 89 maternal deafttjate"haabeen decreased chief stated, COMPOUND2lbs.bul4 25c
'Great Hotel Murder I thirty-three per cent, and "During the past year, public
Indications are'tbat it will con- health nursing services in Florida
Edmund Low .
IONA Red
Ripe, Full Pack
Victor McLufclen tinue to decreasewla a bigger percentage have been possible ,through the -
Also Cartoon and Special during: the next few Florida ERA the Administrator TOMATOES No. Cans I5c
2 2
*
CALL TO SEE OUR SAMPLES ;.Short Titled. "King I of the months. T 'pAlthouitb added 'and since this !la normally
Evergladea.. every'effort Is made to a function of local and State pol
,. employ only that q nut.:s who. are itical units however it Is logical IONA SALAD
rr'e ,CASH XITE EVERY WEDNESDAY -, unemployed and In peed of work. and necessary that these agencies 25cTIlE
-' Those, attendingshow their selection (U based primarily should assume responsibility for DRESSING QuartJar
Tuesday are eligible for '
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH prize by leaving! their names upon their education experienced the permanene'M tlnuaUorl$ of this
wits the .....r.... _' _,. capability. taccgrding, to the work Is,Florida's most Important
? report. ,. ,"?, aet,.public health, la:to"M.conserved ,GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEAf' COIPJ\N1"
t I "Contribution w *'to'the prevention and maintained."

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Land Col.were and Mrs.week-end J. E.guests Futch of of De-Mr. I NAY SEl Gulf Fish FryThe and Congressman Lex Green, a Births 4,
: guest on this occasion. About fifty
riiI and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee at their entire force of the Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
people enjoyed the outing.CORRECTION Adkins 1
Bits of home oa North' Walnut Street. District of the Gulf Life In- .-- Waldo, boy July 27. '
They were accompanied back to Did you ever atop to think what surance Company enjoyed a fish Mr. IUMrs. Gilbert Gay .r

DeLand by their niece, Miss Mary a funny old world we are living fry Saturday at Strickland's Land- It was stated In last week's Starke, boy July 29. ,
Brownlee, who will In. Nobody is ever satisfied. Everybody Ing KIngsley Lake All local arrangements paper '
twd '
spend Mr.anil
that Earl Johns, one of the Mrs. E. S. Wasdln, Wal
Nevt weeks as their guest. w o r* I were made by Charley who do, boy, July 30. t
lDCal rles. The fat E. Johns and N. D. Wainwright, men escaped last week from ,I
want to be thin, Jr. the city jail, was a resident of i ''i
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack- the thin want to- Just before 'dinner, short talks Keystone Heights. This was an \
I CONCERNING sonville ei ror. Johns lives In Starke. :
,
accompanied by hut be fat the poor were made by tor. Johns, master of "
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN mother, Mrs. G. H. Bennett, were want to be rich! ceremonies; T. T. Phillips, r w!. Asks---County- -Clinic I : 'i.It
in Orlando last Saturday where the rich want to: dent of the Gulf Life Insurance ,
they attended the Edwards-Brewer ; Mrs. Clennle '. .
be richer the Company; L. B. Robey* agency director Hickok, county (,
wedding which was an event of single want to ; J. F. Kelly, manager of FERA nurse, has asked the Boardof t\.' .
_--- Saturday afternoon.,. be married and agencies; J. H. Helnberg, manager County Commissioners for an t "
court Mra. Estelle R Brandon of High ,
attended
Knight appropriation In the new budget to ,
V. the married of the Gainesville
l,H Is the guest this week of District; Fee Me for Corrrotly Fitted ,
Springs
EJ Augustine Monday. her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Miss Martha Brownlee will leave want to be sin, provide for a clinic for the use of Glume 4.i! 1 ,
gle. My adviceto persons In the county who are unable ,
Saturday for Riverside) Hospital, y
visiting retaIl and Mrs O. C. Register. -
ra. J. L. Peek is : Jacksonville, where she Is a student the fat that farming seem to go together," to otherwise secure medical S. G. LEWISSTARKE.
Beach.
In West Palm nurse, after enjoying a three want to be thin la that It Is bet- says the current Issue of The Progressive attention. commissioners will .
Mrs. J. W. White" Mrs. O. W, weeks vacation with her parents, ter to be fat and funny than slim, Farmer, and adds:- decide on the matter when they FLA. '\

tae first of the White, Misses Etholin and Doro- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, at and sick. And to the others; you "Fence condition generally is a adopt their temporary budget on 1 IV.. Walnut St. 'll+ '

,L. riebrlng on business. thy White, and Olin White, Jr., Kingsley Lake. might Just as well quit worrying barometer farm profit or loss, August 5. Jr,I '
k spent Wednesday in Jacksonville because you will never get out of either for a single farm In a neighborhood -

Tolbert Black of Galnes this life alive. or for agriculture throughout BOREE FUNERAL HOME : r :
ra Rev. B. M. Montgomery spent the
e Is the guest of her parent, Mrs. W. J. pperaon!: Mrs. G. A. the past week: as one of the In- Pft'lal country. Full line of CBHkot & Undertaken Supplies r' !
and Mrs T. N. Kendrick. Anderson and Mrs H. L. Brown- structors at Camp Ecochockatee, Full "With or without recourse to the AMl1UI.ANW SERVICE 'd i' ;
FunhlonrdSILK
lee and daughter, Madge, spent near Orange Park. Mr. Montgomery FHA, now Is''a-good time to get U\V ANSI MUIIT '' 'I
Charles Imbach HOSE the farm well fenced. We
defInitely
Mrs. In Jacksonville are
and Tuesday
r. was accompanied to camp by 53 PHONE 53
In Green r
fnt; Monday afternoon Misses Carol White, Virginia, Eu- Chiffon or $| A ice pulling out of the depression (I. II. 1IKNNRTT :\iicr. : j
la Springs, Miss Lillian and L. E. Moseley, lalle and Katie Fugate. Pure Thread Silk That means a period of advancing ,"A IIOME-IJKK INSTITUTION" t II l li
Jr., have returned from a monthi wages, and wages sooneror
Lbard Long: has recently ac Visit with relatives In Savannah, -- 59c I. later show up In prices Prob : _________._ _______u__._ ___________ .----- i
position at the Florida Ga. Mrs. Allen M.' Dean of New ably fence materials can be bought
fod
a
| Colony at Gainesville, York City, Is the guest of her sis cheaper now than a year or several -
m INSURE WITH US
\ hence."
years
MORTGAGE LOANSOn ter-in-law Mrs George H. Low-
Mae Hinson of Law- ry this week. Mrs. Dean is one SOX FORraMEN ,
Willie well located
I i Improved, propertiesUOOO.OO IN OUR OLD LINE COMPANIES
here Wednes- of New York's well known artists
was a visitor to $10,000.00 (6 Will Wear Longer25c
L afternoon.i5S per cent and 7 per,cent. Wilson end is just returning from a trip Pr. REAL FIRE-LIFE-AUTO
Realty Corp'n.Miss to Honolulu with a company of a
of Jackson- artists. Pure Silk S3c n pair
Shaw HONDSEMPLOYER'S
,I Wilma ACCIDENT -
n
e.ma In Starke Tuesday visit- Eulalle 'Fugate'of WlUls- 3 for 91 ESTATE ,
mother, Mrs. Carrie Shaw. here Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have as LIABILITY
visit
Ilier ton has been enjoying a IF I
their guest Mr. Ward's sister, Mrs. YOU WANT TO
with her cousins, Misses Katie and: MunsingwearANKLETS
I1U Mlddleton and Miss Virginia Fugate. Carolyn Cotton of Lake Wales and BUY, SELL OR RENT WE ARE EQUIPPED TO SERVE '

j I Middleton are enjoying a also Mr. Ward's daughter, Mrs. SEE US- NEED dl
k'. visit In Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins ami W. E. Bullard and two children, Fit Hitler and don't Stretch YOUR EVERY INSURANCE
Bill and Ann of Plant City.:;; While out In the laps
Ann WILSONREALTY
little daughter, Jo have recently WAINWRIGHT
|lrs. 0. L. Beasley left Wednes- moved to the Ward bunga- here they have visited many points 19c & 25c JOHNS &

for Waynesvllle, N. C., where low on Church Street. of Interest, CORP. SOO Temple| Avr_I'hona IS

I will spend several weeks. N. O.: Wainwright, ,Jr.,
Charley E. John
Mrs. W. H. Hart, Mrs. N. D.
Ue IIathe
Mr and Mrs. W.< H. Hart spent
F. Demorest Is enjoying Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. G. A. Anderson tr
i.R. the week-end in Surrency, Ga., $1 OVERALLYou
Mrs. A. E. Wall and Miss Eun-
.veral weeks stay at ,WaynesNorth visiting Mr Hart's. mother, Mrs.
Carolina. ice Perkins, who have been attend- can find If you want that
M. A. Hart. "
,rra. ing summer school at the University kind.Hapgrade.

Lane Gainesville. of Florida, have returned to $1.50IT TOP GROCERY LAMPSHADES
i Tommy Mrs. L. E. Moseley,spent several
.
adlng the week here with her days in Wildwood last week visitIng their respective homes PRUNESTIP s.4

mU Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Pearce. her brother-in-law, and sister,, FATS TO BUY 'ATSTERNBERG'S-
Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little II. NA8WORTIIY, Owner and Operator. ;1
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland. 1
No. :9 or No.
|r. and Mrs. R. T. Osteen ofker daughter, of Wildwood, and Mra
were visitors here, Mon- Mrs. B. M. Montgomery and W. L. Edwards and daughter, FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAl. BlM2forl5c>
Fredrlka, of Jacksonville, were recent Pound
weeks Starke Florida
two
children spent the past ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W H. PRICES AUGUST 2nd. and 3rd.
visiting her parents, Rev and Mrs.J. 6ih ,
ouny Sasser of Shamrock :Is W. Austin, Benson Springs. Struth at their Kingsley Lake FENCING )MAY BE ITNANCEDUNDER
cottage.
ding the summer with his ----- I
Flit
In, Leaton Morgan Jr.. Mrs. K. G. Duncan and little I, :a CANS MAXWELL IIOL'MKCOFFEE yl''
Mra. Augusta Dodd Hillman of "Fences are housing, says the
I son, have returned home from a
Blrley Morgan has returned i month's visit with relatives in Ocala Mrs. Dorothy Bowler Lamb, FHA. Fences are Included among CHARMER COFFEE 25c Lb. 29c
t from Jacksonville where she Tenelle, Ga. of Anthony, and Mrs. Ruth Stev- the t permanent improvements
I been visiting relatives.and ens Shealy, of Sparr, were guestsof which may be financed under the
Mrs. Hillman's mother, Mrs. FHA law.Though. ROSEDALE SIX or cnUSIIEIJ--No. *yt ran J ARGTender M.nll. Size+-No. :9 Can
The Woman's Christian Temperance -
Mrs. M. W..Morrow, of Union will meet this week at William Norris last Friday and It seems queer on first PINEAPPLE 20c SUGAR PEAS 15c
r, spent Monday night with the usual hour, Friday, at the spent the evening at a swimming glance to consider fences aa housing -

I and Mrs. Ellery M. Davis. home of Mrs. Noble White. party at Kingsley Lake. agricultural engineer always
have included fences oder "farm PORK yt
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L D. E. Knight and Col. H. V.tt Little Miss Jenelle Strickland of NOTICEThere itructures." And as "rule there ,
will be a working at the Is no farm Improvement which will I
spent several days int WIldwood, has been spending sev- LARDDELICIOUS
9. the investment so fast
Evergreen Cemetery August payout on
t at Macclenny last week. eral days here with her cousin,
Everybody who Is Interested come All well-planned, well-built fences.
Edna Mae Moseley. prepared to work all day. I "Good fences and profitable, 5c
Craven of
es i the University -- .
rlda was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. WImberlyand

1 Knight. daughter, Freddy, and A. H. GOLD MEDAL FANCY PACK-No. :9 SIZE CAN Ek
Green were visitors to Gainesville
uI Knight spent last week- Wednesday. MILKTall
lit the Kappa Sigma House inIr TomatoesGUARANTEED 61

avWe Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Walts and l [

Mrs. Waits' two sons, N. T., and Can. 6c .
.and Mrs. F. F. Flume had aai I Tommy Ritch, have returned froma tay d .,r y. it .r .

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. two weeks stay at the Johns cot- r rf SILVER KINO '

i and daughter, Elizabeth of tage at Kingsley Lake. ODvlIle. and Mr. and Mrs. A. :
THE FAVORITE\VACATION-MO- T
Stewart Jr, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom
I
I'jn' .of Gainesville. spent the week-end In Jacksonville ye FLOUR 22c39c75cROLLED '

visiting Mr. Newsom's brother and 4, ,' i" *
READ THELORIDA sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. S. 1C
Newsom.
time Is at ite Peat'J
TIMES- VACATION
Misses Dorothy White and t 'e famous resort.are .
OLD FASHIONED WATER GROUNDMEAU
J UNION Elaine Wynn, returned home Sunday at the height of gaiety and ROAST Lb. 19c ;
from a several days visit In fun. Go now to relax and cnloy

'l kket Market,. Sports and Jacksonville with Miss Wynn'a yourself at your favorite vacation 23c

"Ml News cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ward. spot. Florida Motor Lines Is the T-BONE STEAK Lb. 22c ,

lAVR YOUR 8UBSCRIPI favorite way to trav.Iout-ofdoora
I AT CANOVA'SPIIAft51ACY Misses Ruth Sternberg and Sara In cool clean breezes down the ,,
1 Hope Haynes, who have been at- MIXED JIM DANDY 10 IJ1$. b
of Florida

,S. M. BROWNAgent tending home. of summer Florida school have at returned the Unifarslty -' highways to frequent all America.departures and by-ways There a are choice more of. STEW BEEF, 3 Lbs. 25c PEARL GRITS 29c ,

;
optional route..and lowest fare.
LARGE BOX KITCHENMATCHES
Mr. and Mrs, Donald King and GOOD RIB .
children, Frankie Jean and Nancy Your choice of many routes 3 c.STEAK c.

i A WORD Carol of Plant City spent the week Oa* lUmnd r.... Lb. ilk f xs9c
end with Mr. and Mrs. Leaton U. JACKSONVILLEws0 S I.n r

Morgan.Mr. OCALA: LOO 1.80 ,
COLUMN ORLANDO ___ :UcP 4.70 e

and Mrs. Ray Boree. Mrs. GAINESVILLE __ _. JM 4K FORT HAWKINS TOILET '
CIAL-Hematltchlng Sc per Boree's sister and Bill Townsend TAMPA 2.61'' ..1Q FAT FRYERS Lb. 18c
'
'
through August and Sep. MIAMI Y5.80' 10.4.1
,h -
r. Mrg L. E. Moaeley. M of Jacksonville were visiting BRUNSWICK OA.-. 2.04 4.BO PAPER 3 Rolls 14c
Itrs and Mrs. Leaton 17. Morgan l'HICAGO---------.16.80 30.::5

CANTED for Rawleigha Sunday. StadonlURIiI. PURE CREAMERY FULL CREAMCHEESE
In Parker, Duval, Nas- i "" i "* > Union Bus

I Aunties and Starke. Write Mr. and Mrs. George C. White ..Eo II. SMITH Agent; BUTTER Lb. 29c Lb. 19c
Rawlelga Co., Dept FAH- and little daughter Frances, of Opposite Court Home r
sa', Memphis, Tenn.SALEJersey ., Tallahassee were week-end guest Phone 120-W
:lip >f Mrs J. W. White and Mr. and

milk cow. Mrs.. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. PEACHES, dried lb. lOc MACARONI P kg. 5c

Sheller with heifer 'calfAla> : S. S.,Dowling, Mrs W. S. t..
for sale. C. Let have GOOD HEAVYBROOMS 1.
ch. and Nettle Cowling
Stroman

4 Pie, CARDS any size 2t2.u.r..xNa they returned were from guests Jacksonville of Mr., and where Mrs.James ,each 35c TABLE SALT 4 Ib bag lOc '

for
Godbold.
30; $1.110
for 100. \ODOo\
lied stationery, Kftu C ( I'llIUlUKLI'HIA
100 sheets b
100 Mrs C. G.,Price returned to her
tyTelegraph envelopes,. $2.715. Bradford" home In Quincy Monday after /t)17c; CREAM ffcg| ,
Phone
29. tf.
BALE- spending a very pleasant week i ir iv MAYONNAISE ; Pt. 29c CHEESE. C''
ACATffN
Plantl.-Missionary, Straw. here with her mother, Mrs William THE FAVORITE .

>Pl'r' Nice white roots, Norrlsi. l

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TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. AVGL' '
SIX ..__ __ BRADFORD COUNTY _... S'g a.i'.
eiMDr..rlpfloa
T.. I ash T n .4 Owaer. A C.et el ---.;:
$ .)_rl..... ..... T n A Owaer A () d. I I1C D.werlptl.a ..... T R A Owner A. Cass. See. yf

$' U A of NE'4 tit NE'4h 7 .0 U 0 C. Kelley: ________ 1,011t i Rlk 28, '11. 10, 81, 82, Slt1V.8th of SW%__ !_u II II to Sarah J. Oleaeon U1I1__ ...., RURAL
: S3. 34. SB, 16. 87, 38.
All NW% of NW4 exE 1046 of Lots COMMON
113 a
f 18 A _______ ____25 7 .0 as o. C. Ke1ls7 --- 18.9.81 39 A all Blk4t8of8. Lol. Of lit k all .1..ot. $3. SENSE
t 83y of 8E44' 8E4o of A. L. Ry: In Sampson 10'iT _____II 5 21 50 L. H. HII -_ ---- 11.71
9W\4 __ull 7 20 120 J. W, Lewla _______ 46.81 City---- 4 7 21 W H. Smith ______ 148.41 In Woodlawn Woodlawn11 8 II .0 1. H. Hill -_________ 6.66 By SPUDS
8W'4 of NWS4 A NW14 of Lots 1, S Blk 10 Sampson Lot. 63. 61 In 6.0SEI JOHNSON

_____ __ .8 7 10 80 7. W. I'Iow.1l' ------- lI.n City: __ _____Uh_______ 4 7 SI J. A. J. McKinney: _____ B.8I 4.- 11.80
NW44Vi\ of NE'4 ex in A23 7 10 10 H. H. Ho..ard _n___ n.1SW. I Lot 3 Blk 17 Sampson { "
... of SEHi of SIP4! a City: _____n_-___ 4)Blk ) 7 21 Yes Kit _.________ S.SBMlllard N% of Lot 46 in oodw U 6. II 6 F_ A. Fl.her ____, U' DAIRYING FORGES
SW'4 of 810'4' _________U 7.0 co 9. L. Pr..cott _______ 84.111 1 S7.t8 Sm son City. 4 7 21 -- Varne .._____ '.U lawn 2611."f8 "inWoodlawn I AHEAD BUT
flJ '4 of 8E l _____11 7.0 10 Unknown ------------., 8,49 All Blk 47 In K and of Lora 11" ,_1I 6. II 40 Unknown ______ U.U EFFORT
S 61414y of .. rt MUST BE '
& 8WNE14 Sampson City a ( ObFlorida'
Woodlawq
tea Road) _. _84 7 .0 UI Mr.. J. C. Pad..U __ 32,10Nwti atrlp SO ft wide .. ..__ 4 7 SI _, Mr. Josephine Hall._ &.811 B44 of Lot $1 In --18 8 II 6 J. Y. Harvey -____-r ..11
of NJ;% a NE'4 of All WH of NWW of Bf14of -Woodlawn II 10 A. R. Bowden ____ 11.10
NW'4 a NfC'.4 or flW\4 _It 7 .0 no :Emplr. Lumber Co. __ 20.111V4y SWW 8 orRy_______ 4I 7 SIT S B. 8. .10"... *._-__- '.Ii& Lot.U'4 In i Woodla.n In l _.___11 11 6 II U to.1. L. Harvey ------- 2.74 milk Supply rabyll
: oNW\ of aW14 a8w4 A In BW Cor of BWW Lot quality among the I
.24 7 10 .0 Unknown ._.______ U.&I of BWW 4 SI S ___. _' '2.85Coen 8\4, of Lot 14 A N\> of five hlghrR
\ of IIWI,4: ----------- -- M111ardYarn.s. ": Lot U 8t all Lot 46__.1$ I n tol.: L. Harvey ---___ 11.83 the nation.
1 A InE I In center o-
NS of NEt4 Joe. 23 10 W. C. Blaney ______ 8.01
1 r"r for ..hurcb____.. 1 .0 'J9 T. D. Dyal __________ It.nI'I F. Ry track opposite Lots 17. 11 In Woodla..n .16 I Production per cow
of .J'J' of SW'4._____36 4 It 10 Mu. H.sler ____ 111.17 mile post marked S44 .'.. ',:i All Lots .ll.11 A Soy of Ida alllong FI
41 84, of NW of 8W3A ___ t It 10 W. H. $forran __ 8.01"g4 from Macon A 41 from "IO.. Lot 19 A N of Lot. U. dairy herds baa double!
of 81': _________.14 II It .0 J. D. Carmlcha.l___ t'.711 Palatka A run B on .. .; 14 a 6144: of Lot 61 InWoodlawn 8 II 40 J. 1. Harvey: __--. t.U 1920.
1 NF.\4\ of NfoJ _.-____...13 II It .0 J. D. "armlcha..1 11.711 aald Ry track 1S7 ft. 8 ,t" -_--_-__tt .1 .0 H. Boyer ____ to.80
W% nf NW'4 .____ ._____.94 6 It .0 J. Carmlcha.1 ____ 1&.71 BS ft to a pt of be". 1,1, .','!It tots n. U In Woodlawn Woodlawn.ll-19 6 I 21 20 8. -TIomp.ol1) --- ___, to.u These two significant meta -_
:N': of NWy, of W\4\ A thence 8'" 427 ft. W 784 J Lot. 62. 18 In 10 Unknown .1.w. 4A3 cited
: In WoodlawnU 6 .8 -- recently by Hamlin
H AIL N'II' of NID' of ft. N816ftto0.A.L '" Lotus U 110 L B
0.W3r\ W of State Fal m Ry: right of way, thence r'. Wiw". Lot 33 Wood- 6 II 6 J. L. Harvey ____ U. Extension Service dairy
'<: Road ___ 11I I It II W. H. Walnwrl.ht ---. H..O N 71 degree East on .1'1" -.20 to show the sPeclaU
/ of flW\4\ ex r--; said rl.ht of way 887 : ,.)"" Lots 10 80' 69,20 InWoodlawn progress that bill
h S34 I -20 5 II .0 F. W. Hall _____ n.O&
u made In the

l .fn NW Cor .x also that ft thence 463 ft to pt l Florida dairy In
beg-IS A ______ 4 7 SI IS _W. H.l'mllh ___ 7.11 Lots 64, 66 66-18"in
'ii 'portion N of Irrad..dX ,, oyf 10 II 21 fO H. H. Carter _____-;._ teI.1I In recent years.Dairymen .
county road running W S' of NH of 8BW of .ycA'M, Woodlawn Mre. Senna Prevatt... 1111.71Com
= .0
:: .f NID'.4-:::::: U 6 U
from 8tat. F.rm road SEW, A NH of BW NWI,4 have shown
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h a 8W"%, of 8E34, ____.36 I II nl )f. 1. a.llauel Wals of 8BW of 8EWS \ ex "S, -a I, 380 ft E of SW Cor fin J
,...x w..l.ht' __ ____--- 41.08 A In BE\: Cor A NH ''''';'1 of NE\4\ 01 NWI,4 A runN296ftB130ftS31e operation with fed eraj aUtT

II "I(, of BE' I It 110 O. L. Sapp ______ 16,01n of SWW.of 8BW:\ -_.u SS 7 21 SS B. 8. Jon.. _________ 14." 8 A. J. Lowery _.__ 1.11 municipal. : officials In efforts t1!
WI.j, of 8W'--1---------.7\ 8 II III Geneva Thomas --- .... : A In SB! Cor of NH of ft. W 110 ft to b.U II I' J. T. R.ddl.h _-_____ 16.71Iola
8614 of 86114 ______11 6 II .11 MrIO. Maud Waln..rl.bt 11.711 S4 of SJ '4 of SEW\ ____ S 7 SI S Mlllard VarneaNWM ____ 1.0& Lots 6. 6 IIlk 1 LawlerU: 8 .2 -.1.- T. Reddish .n eliminate cattle disease to bu!
::1i NE\4\ of RW .11 II II to S. C. Alvar.. ________ 11.71 NEH of BBW ex 10 A In t I. Blk I Lawt.rU: 8 II ---.- their herds and thereby .
:': NtV14, 02 BHj Cor "A BH of 8H LoLap 4. I. 6BIk I IDa
1\fr. Cath.rln. T.ar._ 10.n them
qitENWt14Ngv,814, ______.31 8 11 U' Emplr. Lumber Co._ 91,3493E4 of SKUof BE 4 A EH t a --- IS 8 II ... profitable by Introduci]
ij : NWy. .a of NW 4 ofV4861: ______ II 7 SI 40 W. H. Smith .____L. II." LLoot.I7lt: kH3kLawte: -ill II n MrL T. EnochsGrlffli Y-.11.10. purebred blood Into them J
',, .i9 6 II 101 Empire Lumber Co___ B8.tt ; A ::NW"y. 6 al ltdt t
,"''t\ ;1'1'' 0' NICI,4 of 8W14.a\ A N t ofof awu a aw 2 Com tta It W of NI: Coe accomplish other imprcwma,
E\4\ 0' NWI,4{ ________11 I 11 10 W. B. Blood.worth_.. 10.U of SWVi S 7 SI 220 Emplr.-Lumber; Co._..- 88.21 of Lot 4 Rlk 4 A run which will.insure a rich be41th
Bi4 Off of.NE.-------------\ 1'1' tOO fl. W 18 ft. N> 100ft.
!P ? aa'4 of NW'4 a NE" and
\ BE14' : ___..____.. II 7 ..tin Empire Lumber Co...__ 114.78 EI 18 ft to b.U I II W. H. Edwards ___.__ ZI.n dependable milk supply I
.1}; 8N'Sfft\ aW4y at NWEf All ___ ____00___. 7 7 31 440 Empire Lumber Co...... 134.77 Lot 4 alk T Lawtey3 II .2 Unknown Yeasts ________ 180E Florida consumer. Mr. grow! J
or 8W\4\ .. \ B 140 ft of NEW of NWH ,'r. % of Elk II Lawt.U II It W. c.-a Wooten ''U.5Lol. ,
+I. SW\4\ __.31 8 II JlO Emph's' Lumbar. Co.__ 44.1/1/ B of branch A B 440 ft I. 4 Blk II Lawt.1S IJ 22 Eva A. Grant _____. 5.7& plains. j
II' W",I of NW\4 of"NW44, _It II It .0 O.n.va Thomas 0__.r 0.92S3y of 8BU\ of NWW" S 7 SI SO Mr. Berry Dyal ______ 6.8SBWijjof Half Block II Lawt..t.----U 6 U Abbie S. Harley.: ___ 11.0 AJs a result of an Intensive J
__ 11 Co __ 15.88 NEW a8WI44 otN61yof W Of Lot 1
>>, of NWI,4 __ 1. I 80 Emplr Lumber 4
't tiEl of NII\4:\ A"N6144: of \ ___ 8 7 St SO W. K. Smith _______ 17.B4 tey: __---_-_ __..:_13 6 II Unknown : .._______ 18.81 tie-testing program, Florid i
_. ___38 I II _____ ".sa NWY4 of NWK'.. 7 St unknown 18.74 Beg"at NW Corner of
.. slt\4 __ ___ .0 W. C. Clemone : tg: now an accredited tubercul
'i! About 1 A I---8ID Cor nf NFy ::::: ::: 7 II Unknown' = :::':=::. 4S.43: Lot 1AruoS216ftB
:'" A 8EW NWU A NW34 of ISO ft for a pt of beg. free .late. The task of elimUut

of NES4.x\ platted land I 'II 10 Unknown _______ 21.74 thence run B 40 ft, B. Ing the Texas fever tick from Fid
'41 In BWW of 33:'" of 6EK9wYofAE14 100 ft. W 80 ft. N t08r.r.t
4. E"c N rtto ft A ex _______________ 9 7 SI 120 W. H. Smith _____ III." of beg East Ida baa marched steadily forwuj
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,-fi', beg ISO ft 8 of NW Cor NEW of NEW\: ... S A In : Unknown -_ _________ B.S1 until now there la only
:; of BWW\ of NEW A run 8W Cor ______..._____ .10 '7 SI 17 Volley McKinney _____ U.T11 Lot 1 Div: Lot-18 a rtri
1// S A of NBWof tS Unknown __________ I.It small area of the state that i li J
j 151.- ft R! 1414 ft -
i""., ftuWvlll2rftetoybe1/R: NEWW of road ABWW !x> tEasti Ea.tey Lawtey Gladys Green _----- &.'. free of this pest. |
of NBW A BEW Lot 24 A Lot III A East
; EW of NWW\ of HKHiSesr __2( S SI 95 Laurie C. demon.... 44.84 of NEW: ex 7 A off B 1___ _, M. J. Bell __--___ ".111 Florida dairymen are now J
y 1BO ft 8 of NW Cor .Id. *_ _-.._._____..-____tO 7 11 71 Unknown ______ 28.84SBB Lot 27 61ut Liwt.y: ___ L. H. Hill Moore___ t.U operating with the state and fedd
7 A on8 o614ofNE14 \ 29 East Lawtey __ Mr.. J. T. ___ 1'.17 I
of BWW of NEW A run Lot al in ll
pppl B SB'.S ft. B 1434 ft tot _______to 1 II 7 T. L. Cralsg _____ Lot 87 East Lawtey __ Joe Cooper _______ 1.71 I governments the program
{ rlsbt of way thence NEW of NFg; _....._______11 1 11 40 W. H. Bmlth._______ 8.SB Lot 41 Kant Lawtey __ .- Marlon Samma _____, ...7 eliminate Bang's disease ann
WHof NW of NE'.4 8t 45 East __ Marlon Bamma ___ ..17
8187 ft. Lot Lawtey
Northerly
1 'cattle. for dlseJ
UBS ft to beg In 8W -C. BWVi of IIIJ _________tt 1 It 10 Ja* Kite ..____.-.. t.... Lot 44 East Lawtey ____ J. W. Robinson ___ 4.11Lo' Testing; Bang's
NUW __ ______________-26JKW B SI 8 Maud Walnwrlsht ___ S.7S R 10 A of NENWW % of NW'4t 7.1 10 Ja* Kit _________ 1.1' 48 Rut Lawtey ____ J. W. Robinson ____ a.lt among Florida cattle began in Seri
of NEW ex W A In \ Of BW ___: ____.11 1 It 40 Unknown --__.__ 13.74 Lot 49 Eaat Lawtey Fannie Robinson ___ 1.17 tember 1934 and 20,000 dairy ]
sg NE Cor A .. about,7 A NWW Of NW AN14ot Lot S Otta Sub Dlv Eae4 cow
k. In BE Cor A ex platted. BH.of NWNEW y4A. NoYf4 Lawtey ___.___-_ Florence. Bell _______ 8.aa about one-third of all In the nil
land In BW Cor A ex of N Lot 7 Otta Sub Dlv East have already been tested. IIId1
a strip ISO ft wl.le N A of NEW\ A N4 of SW'A Lawtey. _.-... Fannie Garner _.___, .0.
aNofBlk 4A7of of NEW" ______ _-12 7 SI 110 W. It' 8111'tll' ____ n." 14 Otta Sub Dlv East five; of the remarkable pro>i
Hellbron Bprlnm. also '44r 8H of NEW of NEW A.BEW .. .'. Lola t -- ..... .... Unknown i______,___ Ut that has )been. made in thlj
all that portion of of NEW, A NEW! NH of SWU of SEW ASH
70. NWW of NEW! E of road of SEW\ ex 100 ft right of NWW of IiIJ'.4U 5. 22B 40 David Durban __?___ 18.81 palgn Is the fact that only :13,

u .ex 1W, A In NW Cor A of way road 18 .-_____IS 7 11 IS B. G. Dyal _.______ ..... SWI,4 of Sf4 of 8W'4U 22 10 W. A. Goodefellow ___ 11.71 of Georgia's dairy cattle
ex platted lands In BBCor .' '. e NEW of 8WW NWW\ of NEW of NEW of NWW_24BWW B 22 10 C. C. Gunter _,___.r 1.71
s' A ex a strip HO I,> : : BEW .17 7 11 80 I. 1., Ogden ______- 25.84 of BKW Of 8WW SBNWW B 22 10 Unknown _.__,______' 1.71 nineteenth of all In that 8ta
ft Nas.Nof Blk 4 /. ;NH of 8611Iof86114 61 ': of SWW\ of BWW:::26 B 22 10 Unknown ---- .... have ben tested during the
Hellbron Springs ____..58 S 21 t'48 'Ireen A. Mitchell ____ 11.8tI A In NE Cor, of SWW !c' NH
:NWW: \ of 8WMNW __.8 B 21 : 40 W. E.! Norman ...___- tl.U of 8EV. __.______11 T It SI J. L .'M. 1. Ogden. .__ 7.61W1y ENW34 0'.86114: !f-25 5 22 15 Unknown _____ _.' 9.91S period of time. The percentage I
of BE<4 of BW'4 _84 B 2121; Eddie A. OreenSI _____ 8.13 of 161v.. ____._.: .1 It 80 J. I."A: :M. I. Ogden__. 2504 sww of NBW of BEW""A" cows: tested In Florida for Bang'
Com at NW Cor of 131k4 f NEW of BEi4., ,____.._11 1 .t 40 Volunteer of America. 8.SS W 8 A of 8WW\ of
p1 Hellbron Spring1 A run s' '. All _______-____ .._____11 1 It 840 Empire Lumber Co_....1. 1S4."* SWW\ of NEW_________28 22 18 M. J. Bell ?________ 10.97 disease will probably exceedof til
N 10 ft, R' 440 ft. 8 NW of RW\i..tI 1 21 140 Empire Lumber Co.-, 47.04 E3Aof WH of NWW any other state by September
ISO ft. W 440 ft. to begat WH of W3yo NEW A 8: of BEW "of NEVi ... _2* s saB S Harrison Paul ____.:_-. UtE the dairy
rla-ht anvle. to A 10 A of NWW __--_, .20 7 SI BO Unknown _______ 17.B7 % of NE% of 861 ofNEIl specialist says. I
d parallel: with public ;" 0 BBW of NEW NEW ofSWW 28 22B B Laura Coy ..____,--. 4B7 Since the tick has been eradlcil
road ex 1 Lot In NW __-____________.10 7 11 80 Empire 'Lumber Co._-_ 14.28SO !SEW! of 8W34 of NW14.:2s\ 22S 10 Unknown ___..-_____ H." ed from most of the counties of
I cor of same 55 ft N A 8'' .,' All SEW" .,f BEW E of Ry.NWW : ..20 7 21 R. 8. Burrency ________ lI.n All NEW\ of NEW of tlj I
150 ft W .-____84 ( -, Maud Walnwrla-ht __ 11 B* of BEW .20 7 21ll 40 Ervln ,Dyal __________ 12.75 BWW" E of Ry ______28NWW 22 8 F. A. Fisher ______ 12.20 state thousands. of purebred KIatered
1043 S A WA1 4 of LoU 8Wof SWW ex ii NB \ of NWW of SEW A dairy cows and helfti
1'1 4 In for A RH' of SEW\ --< _- 7 21 10 R. H. Smith A Co_____ SI.81 WH.of SEW.of NW'4of
1.lIbOno'prfn: :. ...._!4EU gil r M.rlthta Maud Wain7.12 8WW\ of NEW: __-. _____._It 7 21 40 J. A. Grave ________ 14 49 BEW' A Elf! of SWW have been shipped into Florida E
_. __. BEW of 8WWI.j, of of NWW\ of SEW .___28NWW B 22 20 Presley A Tharln Green IB,07 log the past five years.
?: Lot. 7, 8 .. Blk 8 8KW A NEW of 8)01'4.11 7 SI 110 R. H. Smith A Co____ 81.81 of BEW of BEW __28 8 22 10 Hattie Strong _______ 11.90 I
A EH Lot {11. 11 Blk 4 NWW of NWVi A SEW 2 A In 8W Cor of NEW of Much progress has been made

t A Lol 1,2, 11. 12 Blk of W'4" WH of BWW SEW of BEW_____ _21NH 8 22 2 Uretta Strong ___ 1.81 Improving pastures, cultival
i 7 A all Blk 8 ex Lot of NBWA Frail SWW ';. of NEW of SW'fofBWW '
v8 A 10 Hollhron Hprtnsi ae B 21 Maud Walnwrlght ____ 11.84 (or Lota 4. A W K Lot A NWW of NWW forage crops, and building Iii
:NWVt: of NWW\ I 21 40 Elam Lewis -.__ 11.711 7 A Lot 9)___________.21 7 21 170 Joe Mekelburg ___ 114.71 of 8WW of SWW\ ex for winter' feeding purposes. D
Y K'J, of NWW of 8W4. 1 8 21 2* Unknown __. ..... -n' 1.1 All BWW of NWW\ or Lot 100 ft sci to C. B Bennett the I
r NWW of 8WW' ______. 8 21 40 R. V. .Alv..... 1'.711I' I N of publlo road ANEW '!ite' A-8H of SWW of rymen are continually on I

I' of 8WW .-_*.____ i 'II 80 Empire. ,, Lumber Co.16.53 of NWW or Lot l_.21 7 21 48 Unknown. ______._ ".n 8W ex 1,1, 430 ft A .'." out for ,the low producing c .
w44 o t NEW\ A KVi of RH ofSBW of NEW__-__21. 7 11 20 :Mr* Nl.h.y'y.Goodwin 10.32 8W2 of NWW, of SEW '
NW14. *_ ________ / 4 21 140 M. O. Roaler,, _-____ BOBS Casino bath house Aground : of SWW -__--_________24 I, IS 20 J, L Harrell Ca..._ 10.91 or,they know that these are
y NW:% ofNWWW 6 21 40 J. A.. Row., .....___ 13.40 being about .11,: I W%," of 8H of NWW of profItable and that the sooner i tb
4 of NEW A 8EW ofNWW 400 ft B: A W by tOO ft NW 4A NWW of BWW .. the better chili
A NWU of BEWNW : -. I 6 2l 120. H., J. KolllngS0 ___. II." N A 8 on lake .hor.U T It. E. Z. Dick .____. 11.22 of NWW A N'lLof NEW aN sold for beef '.t
4t '.. BWU of NWW A Beer at run of branch run of 8WI(, of NWW.S8 S SS 10 Gertie., Browning _.__ 18.11 the dairies have of making prop i
EH: of BWW\ ____* 7 .8 11 Empire Lumber Co..__ ,(t." N A 8 at a pt on Sea \ Los 4. Ii A NH! Lot Florida' should
41.!' _K14, Of NE} > _"_-. 21 80 R. R. Norman ____ III.'. line run B A W same l A all Lot. !2. .5. 26. A daIrymen
M, N'? of BWfi 7" ...111 21 80 N. T. Rude _______ I.... being SB Cor of BurylBeaslsy t; ">. 40 In WoodLot tine to work for the Improvem
NKW of N W4 A"N34 of lot being a 1'." ,. lawn ____S9 S SS 10 M. H. Carter ____.r 614. .68 of their industry. They bai
' NWW\ of NWV4\ --.__ 11 'It 40 J.ff Lewla ____ ".81 of land 1W A lying ." .-' 3. : I, 8H Lot. 13. 64 In r"w od- I
A' JlW\6 of 8FJ'4 _-__ ---.|! 4 21 40 Isaac Dell ______.__ t'.71 plot a WI.j, of NW\4\ _w_-_+.I2 4 SI 110'nl..o..n _______ 11,11F See S4. also B A of land ,- ". ., "' Lot S In Woodlawn30 S2 10 S. H. Thompson ,__ I." and plants but this money will
: of NI' __' "-: ____ _14 21 80 Unknown .________ I..J' com at NB Coy of I' I. o'1'' Lots 37. 41 63 A BH Lot Itt
E ..f A 01 NE"a Mary Rlley lot A run .:. / H'ln Woodlawn _____11 6" SSB SS A. T. Thomas ___. ,,11.1'1 well' Imvested if they carry tin
1\\4\: .f '" of NE'4.14 1 2} SO( V>. C. Lewi ____ '0..' N 60 yda to O. W. Livingston 1 -.'.. r*>-.:...I. .I.. Lot IS' 66. 67, 'BS In work through to the finish. I
NWICo of IIW 16 S 11 40 W. H. BmlthSI _____ .U line down run ,_oJ .*, fit' ', P. ''V -- t Woodlawn .11 SSB 40 Mr Maud Walnwrlght.SO 11.70
. 11\! a SW\4 24-------- of branch thence W : Lot 10 A W% Lot 11 A Establishment of Improved
.mi _, __.____ --.ie 1 (SO Empire Lumber CO._ 1Ot.'O 18 yd*, B nil yd-, mil'' N% of Lot SI A Lot ures. providing fresh. uncoil
844 ofSW4 8W' Cor of said .' r _______ 1400
t BID\4\ yd* to II In Woodlawn 11EH SSB L. R. Starling III
8l4 -' r" 1 SI ISO 'W. H. Smith .------- .....0&fllII4 Rlley lot. thence bounded :h ., :* r Lot 11 In Woodlawn.31 22 S Mr a. Villa Starling._. 289 mated water supplies for
,t? Nt 4t :a NE1 c -S A In SEW\ ..f 1'/f'Io'';. L leis 1, 8 In Woodlawn _SS I" 20 Wesley Crew u__.____ 7.67 herds proper feeding (lIIc1ud
.---17 S SI ISO Empire Lumber Co....__ 101.74 BEW. also beg at ealdbranch .8,,e4 .. '... w''<'l..,", Lot. B. IS In Woodlawn __31 22 SO Mjaud Welnwrlght '_ 7.57SO and
NW14 otv14311r'___._..,.17 4 81 40 W. H. Bmlth ______.__ 8SS at 8W Cor of J. ",1-. Lot 41. 44 In Woodlawn SS { 22 Ernest Wlhnort ______ 7.67 minerals) for their cows. l
Hit of 5y ______8"__1' 8 81 80 Minnie FhlHIp _.__,. 284 T. Haiel lot A run N ..r,;i4rr; .'. .... 4f' SEW, of NEW of SEW '___ISAU B 22 10 Mr a. Pinky Thoma._ S.79 Ins herd records are some ol
1: 1411 _..___._..______ I II 440 Empire Lumber r.......... t..... 40'ft. W 410 ft. 8 49 'i EH'!( of NEW' \ W- of Mr. Brown all '
AU _. .........--------_. $ I 440 Empire Lumber Co...,. 11.. ... ft. B 480 ft to beg-4 A road A'EH of NEIL\ of thing urges
r E\W of NW' SWW of in 8KH, of 8KW-. .._$4 1 II 1 11 W. N.' Brown: A J. W. NWW of NEW A.Elt men to do to build their I Ito ID

!' 8WW --- --__SO I II S80 Minnie Phillip '_....__ 9S.S9,8WW Napier -. __..,20.51 of 8V4. of NWW the peak of quality and p It'I
J '. > A NWWof Dom I BO ft W of SS Cor Z w'r" of 2a SS 5J.. H. Moor _--____ 59.41
A 'lEia tIry of NVw of SWW\ of NEW\ a..,,,, '.,;..1-._... ... I', t" tI '. ..." WNE'4 BWy of NWt\( o! I

y'1 t \ -- --_'>___-* t It ISO Empire. Lumber Co..... 74.81 N about 1086 ft to center r. ,,. .: 8W\4 __ ____ _14 1 22 S Mrs. Pinky: Thomas S81 -C.n f\\
74 H of NBW: A SRHoWWH of ditch running B 'Nt I" .V-"Mo'a I BW44 __..f7 I 22 20 Unknown ...,___ 11.90 Notice te ": ':: ; that M
: : "_[ W thence B about ,r'1 / ; -R EWW. Of-NW\ot NW14-___1' 6 21 Ja Jones _____ 8.07 the Kst *
A NR' W BWWKWJ4 Y.:SB ii.. .mm. i .. .C'lMji i.imiisu ii A .10 Crew, a* ..
syr
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it' In NB .h All of tl il. 'J
.v4. A WWf S0 thence a ;, ,, '" 34 Alice Hu Dh J,1'li
pN 1.f 8W" \ :. !!.21 1 It Ito W. H. smith ...._______ It... 'direction along center + .1'. 'I of N'W\4.1\ of NW" N'iI Tof" .. of.aald ditch to the B =n. _It.- :.- "" c: ..::!1P' i'I- of NWW\ of NWW\ W 0 ebarse a. said executor J
8", i' a 8ID" or :\ -" 11 110 W. H. Smith _____ l1.n line of NEW. thence 8 Ry ex 1H, A Col Cemetery late and will on the 24th d. 'Ie
)BH! at 84 Of NE'" ofNWI1 to SB Car of aald NBW.thenc ; .. ..a. r- ';1'-- -______......SSBW IS 1J.- L. Harrel A Co ...,... 10.04 A..u... A. D. 1835 .ok the e
\ SE\4 of NWW-82\ I 91 IB C. C. Crosby _,,____ 'o.n Vf to beg+.to A .sau -.t -- ;: of : NWW> of K. Ferryman County a.
? 0 ,it 44) W, 8. Blbley ._____A_ 1I.n also com NB 8W Cor tab d NBW\ A NEW!: of NWW\ S 0 SS 140 A. H. A Fannle-M. Bradford County Florida. tot
:. of 8Wiw"4.\ BH"or BWH Of % run ?, Green II.S3 ptnal Discharge.A. .
is NEW BWW __ ____.___S1WH B 11 ISO W. n. Smith ___ 14." yda t. N't_ -"-. .... "- Su of SWW' of 8BW_ 1 t 22 24) J. M. Griftl. ____ 'I." t. nEW8.. Ea.....' I
..t SRW of- NE'" ____II 11 10 -0. C Cases __ .... along h.,7threca VfSSS -,r. =: : i tl 81,{, of NWW\ of NEW- S 4 SS II O. T. N..I.olI ..._ ._ 9.11 A-S4t-A-22 Its
A Bw31 0'W" yd* to W line of I'. 'ifreir+ .t E of SW" of ,
'N' { 5t1Nw4 > Ey __ ______ ___ 4 0 SS Bradford County Ba k. '..14 A"P.If''TIOIf' a
IS
Jt 1 II JlO Empire Lumbr Co.___ 1+.8! aid 8WW of NEW.' ... ,. NOTICE or
or "ra..1' NWY4 _..- them 8 lo beg A/ ": ... n.010 ...r 11k .d' SE1 of NW\4\ W" of FOR TAX UEEU
4 : .
if 1.014.J.Pra..l It parr of IBH ol" -: ---- .l-o beg at NB Cor of --t;g ,-. ,aa< R *Yr"s' ....STY34. of NJ4\ ___ 4 22 10 A.:6.: Bryan _. ..___.._ SO.87 NOTICE IS HEREBY GI1
'. ME' *of.NB 6 "I Wllmott ___ ,12.75of44
A M A NW14of86114ArunS 40 Ernest That W. E. Middleton holder it 1oIt
fLoll I'" 811 of Lot <;_2$ < 11 100 W. H. 8mlth _--. 10.7 16 fl. W 670 ft, N 16 '." 1lr' N SW3S4V40 8AThAW3! Certificate No. .". &t", day certlllin
Fracl..part' See ._ ex ft, B\: B7B ft. to beg S J!; I OJ 'I -t:: ::! A.. B. 1933. Jaaa tiled said ,
All of f' A .. 100 ft right of W% of NWW, __.__..-_, I 1 SS 124 F.nnl. E.! Patte _:: 4108 offl. and made. apPUf:
E'"4 of_NEW___A EHEW II 400 W. H. Smith ___ 71.70 way: road 11 _________-_14 7 21 It U. D. Dyal: ___...__ S7.0I NEW of 86144! of 861346! \ 4 22 1* Ernest A. .Wllmott _' I." foetal mr: d.ed to I..U. th.. "rtlflOordanee
'% A T'Fr. V1' NH of NEW ft 811\4: of 811 of 8EW ..-. 4 22 I* O. L. : __ B.4S with law, !'.Id ,
F :m*3ww-A\ NCIt.RH\: of Fracl! got of .otr.7.oa1J01l....21 7 St 77 J. B. Pr.vatt __ n." EH/of 8w2 ___, 6EW SI lo Johnl. Parmenter ___ 18.41 eobracu the following dry" In

> of 8RW-.27. 0 It H. Bmltb... .._ SS.49 S\4, SWW NBW N... of NW9W3 ofNW4 situated In RrsAfor4.
r, E ex NEW\ 110 W. -" property I
E U 3.| NBW of NEW a 6'4 of SH of NWW .1 \ __ ______ .. SS 120 ,Dr., R. P"Ta"lor.--.l II..' lr. Flortda. te-wit: < 7
NWW .r NWW/ 28 0 SI 10 Empire Lumber Co.... 1S.19 1'0 fl right of way $ of SEW of ,! (') oC Block Tblrto.n (I SI81x
/ road 11 ________ ..U 1 11 III J. J. F. A Ma. Brannen. 11.OBR. 814 of 8W% of 111\4:\ .x In South Hall 16tt1Southeast (
; Aft.eNN4aWaof N'. a NMI of 8E" __=_11 1 II toO H. Smith A Co__ 78.1 B! B A _, 4 1 II II lhera Morris __ 1.7 coin City: Wul 7t
: of NWW .. BW\4\ _11 1 11 160 Glasgow AmericanInvestment SEW\ -,.. 1 4 22 ]44> Jerome Thlrsh __ s.ss Sectin T"t8o 0
NEW A NEWA Cow._ SS It 8'of of S 0 22 Edward ______. 7.44 Railway. '. I
BH of NWW\ A. BH II S as ..7 W. H. Smith ___ lll.JB --.a SWW NWW. 10 Hall <8I .t'". Banes TW' ntyTT
____ SI .0 Uak._ __ 171 W14 t
; 8W" of' SEt- of BEV4NWti __ .11 'f vvt 8Wt: A 2 A In : 111
Jl:11t otNWy \
_11 1 II 110 Jaaper Brown ____ n." ;\ of NBW\ A W34 of NKW of The a.....m.nt of .Id" pro
NW1,6 M, 861( A NE"" ofti NW\4 __ .._.__' .21 1 StSt ISO R.,jftjttmlth "A-CO.X n." 5w"' wt w<*> *** under 'the said C.rt'fl..t! I ITV
q.Ny. 8W\4\ ____ 0 as tI. :J. A. -J. MeKlnney .1." EH of 8WH" of 8W"a ___. ___ 4 21 lS Jerome. Tblrech! _' ".11 laIthe. na of Julia lb MUnlssa
.E" of 8EW. ___.r1I I 21 .0 W. H. _____. *..11 BH of SWWNWW __II 7 10 I Guugo-r ,American BH of NWW of NWW- .9 0 12 20 Lacy: D. RlgdonSS ._ ".'.tI wee said certiflc.ls.han.> the
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All e.--_______.t0 t It 840 Empire Lumber Co,___ 184..' I. -f _u 8K\ Of NEW A EW OfBBW deemed according to 2naof pct
S It Lumber Co___ 14.77 \ of NEW of NE'" A 8WW" of BBW thereon IOn the
1 NE All$1""-a--E owi4. ASW 840 Empire R Of Hy _____ .o "I". 8 R. 8. 8urrnerS _.,.:. 7.nB. A All BH of SWW B olRy will....Issue."... .,A. D. 1316. Jul1l.Dated thaIt

% a W'Itt' of IIE"II! 1 II 430 Empire Lumber. Co___ lit." ... at NW Cor of NWi4vras 110 -; 34 W1A4 ofW"oo i> .'.10 6 194 Wm.. J:. Tarbrongh M IS.01 this. Utb- day 0t

8. 321AIns. Cop __ __11 1 n TI W. H. Smith _-_ ".14 I- FIR 1118enyda. N WNW W. "10 0 II 10 Ja. J. Bailey: .-..:..__. S.7S 1916.( BEAU 0f
4ANWIA yOa, W 1I W ydsto NWWlk"NWW\ofA OFJI'IC1AL.1 "A I.
.tat 1.2 SWof
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t BWW of 8W4t _u 1 n uo W. H. Smith" ....._ 11.10 b-g __, .._ 7'tl' Mrs. M. J. Byrd '.U WH of SWW of Clerk of Circuit Cm'rt pro
v Lot. I 1 S. orSee PraclI W(,of NWW\ ex 1 A tochurch aw'4 ES- ot Bradford Count7. FIO1r Mr
.6 ..__._- __-II S It 140 W. M. Smith ____ 11.18 __ ___--..3* T at 7* Mrs tr. J. Byrd: .,-.._ .1.4. NE"%. WBWIit\ __-___11 1 2S 160 W. 'E, Tarbrough .-.i It." 7-S8.Bt-8.SS Itt
Lot 1 or NH\ of NEW" A SVU5Vww.4NEW "It 40 Unknown ,_ lI.n Bt4!: of 8EW A NW of'iof'BH .
Lot. 6, *.7. S or Fracl \ 'II S* Mrs. Lena ault.4.12 BE14 11 I SS 10 Wm. B. Tarbroughto _; II." .iSTRR'x\ ,,"Ltc too
BH N of Ry ___ ___1* < St ISO W. H. Smith __ I.... of NWW nu-.T.-n ** 4 It 4* Emma Mnehleabard 11." W1. of "iE"w\ of NOTICE lathe hereby Riven'Mt. lay
p Xot. 1, 2. 1. 4. or -Fracl All _._..o...-......+_S. 44* R. L. Black A Ce_ "'.1' NWW ______-___.1t .2 Wm Mahler .: ...... ,4.1' d.r and by virtea of /INl andcree
Sea __ 3 T 21 SIS '",W H. Smith __ .'.'1 All ,.or'' -_ j-r-U 'i n 44* RU Black A Co_ ...... 8W ..f 8WW" of 8BW A of For.closurs med1 thlt
,,7 Jill BE i"8of"BrAr L7Ry"A All ___.__...-- .4* R L Black A Co.---,- .n." 8WW of SEW of SEW-IB 1 isis 10 Blanche 1. Wbltten..... 1S.S4 tb. Honor. ....... ton,'
,q ofww 8WH A BH All ex 8EW of SEWSI 4 22 sos R. U Black A Co............. U.... _I* 8 I* B. Watson .. .... II.'. dared bF of the Clro"It 1
of NRW A BH: of NWWf All _-_.__J-..._>._ .-S4 1 31 .40 R. U Black A Co.Sfl ..........., ...... NN'6vet E'Ao: aSEE14 of kin.. Judge Judicial CIrcoltC anU. "W

8W&: A Lots .. or ; ,".. NEVi: of ;NBH" A Wet CNW" of MEW, ___. __1* f IS 10 Green A Mitchell .__ 10.11 aad 2th : If'ebaftrr. toi
NWW A Lot I or FravlWH : ," NEW;: A N!<_ of .NW"W...SI 4 SS R. L. Black A Co.__ 1811All NB C.... of 8EVof In LJS '-
Ie 4 SS u. R. U Black A. Co. ._ .. 1..... : JUl1thor.l. '"
of NB W. lying N 8 71* ft,
"} A W 4>f Cornelia, at according '. ,.. .. ... .,. All e."BEWr iM9EW3327 .4 sa .** R. L. Black A c.....,., 117.11 W :i"'nao 74* that nail certain bawe.n cau Th. Vfifrtl IJ
i 'tft plat 01', :,' All ex NBW of SWIG A ex8KW f.. III 334 ft I. beg .. ;;,1i''f g cVlimbla. PlatY.nk i iS
8E'I.1* 4 sa 640 R. L. Black A C.. .. UUI HDVU.. .
Bamp.ua" City: .* Lola J <' of -- N 1 A 1 SSSS S Gilbert Dixon __ B-14 1
Ol'' old 4 f St ItO W. H. Bmlth '.,.,.....-. 41.13111k.A.B.C,1.3.3.4.3 All '...._ aa 44* R. 1_ Black A Co.NH ....-, III." 1 A III NBCor f ii"o-1I SSFff&&S3Aa ..'". .te'derotgnd. ,
,O ., h'aEJ..f NEw"A RH"f" NEW H of State Road who w.. .. .... .
''', A Lot. 17. 1*. 1*. le A .., N8y A All WH of ; ... II __------_____}: : 1 <( Lot *A. E of Rlv.I' 1 It >.. R. U 'Black A C.._ 1918 SW'4 22 20 Unknown 10.11: ad
13A. .tOih. lt"AI:1 Nil:'". ___ .:.________.1 4 It 1.* R. U Black A Co. .,,., 16 Bft\ H jgj=s=is1 sa 4* Jerome Thir.cb. n." H iend the a.ae.m r. 1316 r
BikSAallBlk7HLot. I A. NBU of 8EH11 4 II 10 R. U Stack A Co_ .*..* Sa 4* Jerome Thlrach _;:.-.r ..... file dry door .lea
: I.A. HA. I* A SIA ,, .. BH or NEVi A 8WW ofNBH WH. of NW" 11 4 Sa 84) l-ota I S. of Blk S + A 8EW. of NWW.A W 1SH -3 of N '40NEy- the .. .net. I4bMder
1'7 A Lota 4. S. of Btk 3 : 4 WW of NWW' A SH14A 4 SS III R. U Black A Co_ 129.1 11 I-a A a NE" of Florida.for sail..t... awl
9 A Lot 1. 4 :f Blk 19 N... SWW A EH: of NW' 1 aa laso sad Tyson' 1&.11 .l .bloiI.' Isrl.0
A Lot. .. 4 of But 11. A f t, at1l:1oi: ____ IS t II 644 R. L. Black A C_ 1111." 5744 :f 'ii1l:14'Iiio'U: .crtb. la.d." County' yi"r
:' L.ou.ti4of R1k11.A N .' NW'4 ___..__u 4 II *. R. L. Black A Co-- 11.71 NW"u, "2 sasa Will. T7- ._ ,,_ 1..11 lag I.. Bradford- v
Lots S. 4 of But I? A .fNKW NI.f NW\4_ I I II 1. Carsoa M. Oriffl __ '.'1 NH of 8WV of, S 4 ---- witS'. '' z.-tet'-

; 8. 4. 4, 8, 10, IS of I : ef 8WU 4314 a I II 4* R. I_ Block A C_ 3.11 SEW of 81NWW '' ___1S .* Elisabeth: DaSa*. _., .t.il Lotr It. If andhth plat ..... bUbh'ir
Lolls Lots S>. 46. 41. 41.! Lot U, a' p tolawn.
14 A la 1. S .. .' of .w% *- 1 A In
"L *. 17 ii. II.l.Bill ... ln( Wo.dlawaWH \ :in.t.: I' II .. Jr 1. farvey .._.-.,.- 411/3 MB Coo for dmrchi _IIaWjpf S aa I* Kllaa-wth: D.B.e13.U ...1. A.ctbaf181s'. .....
of Lot 4* A South .1 ...
ll A all Blk 1* A Lots 8WW of BWW lemAH .r J.
t *. 6, lofBIk17A. 47. 4* In Woodlawn__11 I ia SB 1. L. ar9.F .... A 11 f31 V.IILDOWft __w1.23 lag U acre... _ra 1f
loth '.. '. 4. ft. of & '. Let 94. $3 In. Woe>..bswL.ll I aa 2* Fred L. .Coaner $34 WH rfTiiii'e'fT.fciir: -- .....,aD .....rt-
A 5&satlafy
HIM II. M In 1" Lot. $3. 4.. 49, 10 txiWeodUwn B of rna. 8 !e. ft __S* I as 11 Sarah R. RoblsoaS tUI be ai4. ppa5, to I
,Cor of Lo-lee A Forth _11 n 4..A. J. Snarling ,I.,,,._. 11.'. of SEW vat BWW"" OB a B7yAK
at. (*r Let 1) 4s Lola *. ..,. ) Lota B*. **, *e li Wood.lawn I Lot !.NR: Cor ,W of tll'J; :: ; t.. 1S
3 /,1st BUr 19 A Lota. 'A .. ., __ --11 '' 5 n I' ,Csikaown 1S.S real ._ .,._II 'II J. W. Edward .... S4.4S 8pec ia.Ma.tcr k'I
v _1. *. 4, t a* Blk a*) A Bit ti"lli Or NH, of NII\4: .f$E-- II 13. II L 0. Wetlq Truth 1L94) CeatlaMM .... lever ? 7-l, '-t-.-S*


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ArOCST I. 1935 BRADFORD COUNTY TELKOKAPII.!: STARKE. FLORIDA PACK sKVcnr (,

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I .. -- nIB'EOTOB'I' D_.'."... __. T R A Owne. --ToI.-A. CtaB ........1.110. IIH'. T R A. 0...... '----T... -.._.,. ;,.:::;;.; ;: ; ;. A.---- O' ..T. :, 7. 'J.i


\JSS CBURCD-- All A 8BHIn! HW of('or'NW" %ex ex 11 %5 Lot 8 RUt I. Tempi.. Ad. SII4 IIr I'w'4 ot NW\I ...tt 'I n 10 Eu..n. Orlffl. _______ a.81J ( .

CHURCH -18 8 .. Unknown IU.1I.o1 of NW'i or BW' ..___ 'I U 10 U..rk .. I1rfllf. Hard. .
B.\PTIST A In NB Cor now own- LoltItllt .Jfk :: -- -------- 1'1" > >
flJlSt "''n\p war.. Co. ___. '.51 I
Pwtorj
> John rWlnatnnA
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lc0. Price W. B. Kuhl JII" o'clock a. m., -34W, lor MkS kT..m.1I. .. n. D... __ 5.83 _
10 NW'4 f r.\\ ___. .___ I 3 40 lit 1' Jjj. -
. [ school. 15 I A A ln"SW Coi-.of__!SHH; ___ofNWH It 8 SS 15. Pat OaHHett .....__.__. 17.S4 1'1... A"tltlon to "''I..rke18 8 II 1111'11. m. U. Smith ____ 'lo.n'Lol 10\1\ of<>SE',. ____________tI :. 80 W. U. "'..1". ______ __ III." 'iIOI '
supt.n' Iv. rollaI'd. __ ._ U.,
belns 540 ft N Aa It Dlk II. T.mple.. or tlW'i ___. .,'" 18 T II 411 Jn ,
J a. m.f. At"I"n to Ntark.. 18 8 U 1111' Ct..ra Mh.rrllnk____ 1.811 All of N\ % of N W'4
worshiP11 '
by of 3IISV4 ft Jj)} A W. ...31WVii 8 SS 5 Arthur frymer .oj..... 1155 : Lot R Rlk 14, Tenpl.. W or't R!" _____________.IT ., II I' 1K.. McOr..d.. ... ______ 4.'" \.
Blk 8
-Tu.' Worship 6.43: ; P IJ1 8 p. m. A EM, of Blk S S of 8 K of S R W 4 : 1..ftd lni: ra; ; _U 8 II Mr.. Mtron I-Iarmon ___ 1.551."s SW'llo W ofiJ'4 .NW_ ___"__11' T II .::1 In... tv., Pollard ____ U.tIS, !

W In Temple. Sub Dlv.31WV4 8 SS 10 John Coving-ton _.__. 875 .0 D. O. Dyal ________.___ U.O ,
enIDf Meeting. Wednes- of Blk 1 S of R S W : I "n.Ad n t lart.-18 8 II Unk"own ___ __..___ 1.85 W to of NW'>i of s\V _n 'f II !
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nf 1'.0
e Teacbers .x 1 A In NB Cor A EVinf u CO..nt. .t flm ("or
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Addition
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111Id.week ) toI.
Blk 8 ot
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7:80: P service Wed- Sub Diy tl -18 ,8 II Bo.d 1I0tto..a,. _____ 15.01I. -.I'kfH r.ot: "
prayer Temple Blk 8 SS D.. Ii. Lloyd .__.__.. 1535 ... arl .. Cl7t\ t : ; :

8 N-4"o NBV. of a S Rlk ot R S 8 S Dowlln.. 8"b-DIY.18 8 II L. .V. Dowtln.____...... 11,15Dlk 1011 rt. 8 101 ft, FJ .11 .
< daY, Pej I, 11 Lot. ft. II! 111 1-10 n. W. no .
I; of R 8 W In Temple. Dowlinc.lIubDlvl"lon _...._U 8 II L. V. Dowtln. ------- IIS. ft to h.. ___________.JI 7 II-D. W. awlnd.n .______ 1111 .' .I
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Sub Dlv
5 Unknown
II Churcbef. ._ai 8 S3 ______ 18.74 Dtk Lot I In "' ....I.r. Add to \
I. Not
l'Ietho4l81< NWH of Blk 4 9 of R S ,.' ,_, Mub.Dlvl.lon.18 S\lh.Dly. 110W.IInf I II-E. J. I>owllnll __ 1&,11LoJD -l1 ''f II ICmm. Mtxon____ UI t
Paatot.
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Montgomery, A SWH of Blk 3 S LI..mr orIUi. d.t .

S. M.School-10 .. m.ornJIIf .- of R 8 W A 88 ft Wide .: "' h' .' ,, J :'Ik..Ib, I dd : Hampton __..___________1. 7 II Unlcnown ______ '1.1'
day Bl A W by ISO ft N A 8on 1" ,.: __ Unknown _______ 1.11Lot. Lol. a. Dlk H In j
Jillark. __ ______ ____.18 .1 -
worship-11 .. m.orth B Hide of SBH ofBlk : ., \T.o o\::, 9, 10. 11. I. Hampton ______.______11 1 II Iorr. 1'" 1'. Croft ___ 11.11, j
8 8 of R 8 ( :
W, alno I\Dlk
Llague-7\:5: : P. m. Lol. 1. .. Blk 18 In
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Wor8hip-S:00 p. m. of that SWH portion of NHH of! SWH. : r :f ,.:::<>-'JiL<;. ::11,:-\ :,>. PkBI''r: : :_ II 8 II W. N. .Jobnllon ___.. U8 Hampton ___._________11 'f II Mr... F. P. Croft __ 17t .
ron.talned _.1' J' Lot t '"k Parle Lot I !:lID of BW or .
InI invited to all these sery- 4n laet two deorlptlon .. ". .' II;' ; ,':Ii;': ( ;\1 :' g,,.... ..... _I........City........ ...-.. HWH aUo known a* I

011 are *>, al.o corn at ''';1' ,',',' '\,'' ..V- ':'.' Stark- ___"____.uun______SS 8 SS Mr*. B. H. Bmlt h..._. 175 Hampton Height ......SONH '7 SS 4 Unknown ? .?__?__ sir l'
176 t N ot
pt SB Cor : :
,. -) Lot* to. II Blk S. Cltr \ of NBH A SWH ofNBH
. of land d"'b'.u; Jennie f \ ;."' Park AW A C'. !.... a A R of way
Hacaman N ; : Mtnnl L. Rdcrav**_ S45S15 A BVt of Nfl]% of NWHle
. Church Addn to Stark __18 8 SZ .
Presbyterian 488 ft, W 815 ft 8 488 .... ,.,,: ,.'-: Lot 8 *" 3 A In HO Cor..SOBVk 7 S3 135 Ines Ivey pollard ____ 48"
towry. Minister ft. K 836 ft to {> 1f all \ .' *.rfc /b.Blk W. S.A City CTAddn of 8KH of SEV. -|oNW 7 33 30 J. A. Kllhrew ..______ 10.IS

ef. H. In Temple* !Sub; Ulv.21 8 33 IS Ben Dell _._____.....__ 3944 to Htarko ________S8 8 S3 T R. Touna. _._..... of BWH of SHH exif .
'JtmSabbath? SchooL Blk 8 8 of R 1 W BV4 Lot 8 II Blk 3 Park A In NW Cor___ ___SONV4 T II 18 Laura AI..nd... ____.. 8.87
City
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: of Blk 8 S of R 3 W In IS A InSFJ
" Worship; of NWH< .
KtM.-Mornlng: 8W14 of NEH Temple* S/D.Stark= w A. :*_Addn_ _.to. SS Unknown ........,. S45 Cor -?_ ._ _SIBEH 7 II ell In..s Iv., Pollard .__ nn
t by the Sub Dlv _._?._?.._31 6 SS IS Ben Dell .._____. ,33.34 Lot 15 *Rlk- 8. City Park.S8 8 of 8WH' ____________SSU14 1 ., 10 A. O. l'.al'll.11 --____ IS.35 r
. on Christian Eo.vel. 6, 8, 9 Blk 1 of NES A EV otHWU ,

.30 p. JIL-Junlor Lo.rn..u. *t Development.31 8 33 Hall Edward __. 18.14 8/D.Stark: W. _A.__C'__*__Addn._ __to___13 6 S3 Nora Bla ______-___ 175 of NEH __ ______38WVi T II 100 A. IhlIIvan. ____,_,._.. 8187SO
1 Lota T. 8 Blk S Plnelturit Lot 4 Hlk 8 ? Park of NWH\ of 8WV, ....38HWH T U 10 1. ... Andr.,. _____ 8.11I \

m.-ffivent Worship.. Development: __-.____21 6 33 Mr*. Maud Walnwrlcht II.ZJ 8/r> W A ,C'City Addn Nil. 01 NIiIi, E\o! or
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J nfl p. Lot* 1, S Blk B Plnehunt Stark* :*... _to_88 8 83 Unknown .*-__.___.__ 1.T5 of NEH _____*S7NW 7 II 100 Unknown __ ______ .48 I
Development: _?_SI 8 S3 D. W. Kelley _____.__ 3.15 Com 13 ld. of Walnut of SEH of 8EH .*
t Christian Church All NVj\ of the following 8t on at NW* Cor* ofjHnp.. Hy Hunt of wny _____.SSBeit 1 II 18 T'd.n Yarn ____.._._- 7.SS .
nr dencrlbed parcel of at NH Cor of H'4 ot '
tlt Parnona Lot A
W. T. McGulre. Pastor land NV4 of WH of Blk run B 110 ft.*;* N 70 ft,- 1: NEH of NWH A run M : I

Bev. 10 a., m., 8 8 of R S W A All BVk .. W 110 ft to Walnwt St.th..n. 1 ISuVfc 0 yd*, W 120Vi yd*, .
Bible School, of Elk 6 8, of R S W & .. N 1SOH yd*. H) ISOlfcyd
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'b ald St to
on
communion, 11 a. m. 'I' NWH of Blk 8 S of R 8W bo r In Stark. __.___...18Th 8 II-D. B.. Knl ht '_' __..._ 80.40 to beir -> _-______.-39 7 SS 8 U"known.. -------.--.. 5.80 ""I

Endeavor 7 'p. m. In Temple* Sub-Ulv.St 8 M 5 Unknown ____---- ioUS .. 8 ISO ft of th *followlntr .. All HWH ot NWH S ofHy *
Christian S 83 ft of NWH of Blk 1 ex 1 A In NW CorA
meeting Wednesday. .7:30 of R IE'" N 133 ft O drrlbd to-wlt pl..rof .: NWH of SWH ______SOBeir 7 SS TO 0. W. gaxon ...__..... 34 07 "
prayer J
of SWH of Blk 1 S ofR B rr at tlnr of Und at 8W Cor of NEHof ] I
III. 1 F! A S 83 ft of NVi ,..' :. old to Mr. T. T. Lone NEVt\ A run N 330yd ; ,
11 "
preaching Second Sunday ,a. of SEVi of Blk 1 8 of ., "'. by 8. J Tempi A run *, thence K In a Southerly \,,.': ; "
direction SA8 yd* '
R 1 B A NVi of of '
SVt .,' R 14 41 ft.theno I
aDd 8 p. m. SBH of Blk 1 a of R 1 I. I" ..dRared.r.: e W to public road thence < '"

-- alno beg at SW Cor .. '" \, ,;" 339 ft, thvno* W 14 d..- SE alone publlo road ,. ,. ".' ,. !.
of NBH of Blk 1 S ofRIKA 174 yclM, thelire 8 88yd
Church 81 ft. thence N
..
; rraen
Rotewood Baptto : thenc W 440 yd* ,/ '
Northerly *, *
run ,
14 d E 83* ft,
.
S3 ft for ,1 ll\.>w '. In be.*-14 A A SKH ofUKM tNm
Pastor a pt of bear. ,: ..
8
, O. Hemingway, ". th nc B 14 deBr e "
|1Ie\'. L. Bible thence Ranterly at {' : _L 41 ft to bea; In !Stnrk; ...S8 < S3S --.k Bradford County Bank 18.75 W I4V A A .

services every Service Sunday. at 3:30 rlht Northerly ana-le* to 133 Ry 310ft. ft, 4 A MadUon In NWV4 St of 8W known aof ;r... :' ; A NE\In\i, NW of 8J1J'4 Cor --lellll-----811-,,.S 7 S3 78 J. L."William* ..___ st.sr
a. m.
10:15
: Wenterly 130 ft. !Southerly a pt B of
I ( a* J a Alvarca ileBlk D.tv1 r"O"K t\oi ofNWVk
. xk In afternoon. 133 ft to pt \.: In Stark *x: 1 lot .. \

UI of bear, alo NV4 ofSVi In NW Cor old to J. U ..... ..... _....::..._ ....._ ... .... A rt run N ioao M 1110 ft.H to. .
,
_of SWVi' of_ Ulk 1 8 aa mua. ---' n.v.IMon 600 ft
CIHJKCII S of R 3 K. B .a w"(<";;- i-i :- Ky thence NW alone? (i'{
Temple
BAPTIST .
33 18 J. W. A Rffle Be l.
__ T < nbaugh
BETHEL It
.
I Sub DIY __.__.....-81NEH 8 S3 Moe Coverion "------- 11 05 '" ('ollrt St. run Ky to bea- ._ ? ? ...._. 1377 ;//ff
1 Donnley. Paator 40 Archie Miller ___.___._ 44 -----
R\ V. L. A. of NWH ______ __S3Beir 8 83 31 W 100 ft for .. pt 01 ,, :.I
Services every first Sunday. at NW Cor ot SWHof b"l(. r"..nc. N 105 ft, ,.., Lot MIor 1. S. 8, 7, 8 of, S.NEH 10, .;
IS NMi .
I Sunday School 2:30 p. m.BiHe SWVi run. n' 70yd 1111 ft. 14 lOll ft. FJ 120 ..rft of NWH H% A_..-____.39 7 S3 9 Mnck .Johnnon _..___ 881
E 140 N
*. ya 70yd" to pi nf belf In Town
Study and Prayer,Services 'W 140 yd*, to bear of Jillark. __" .____ ____18 8 II Unknown _.._ _.___ 51.51I Lot 1. 8, 3, .. 1IlIk S '
2 Minnie Prlng-le ......._ 448S3 Wrlirht Add' to Hampton.
& n (2) I.ot In sl.rk. BOllnd",1FJ ,
lerj night .SO 7 S3B WI1H William" ..---- 783
Saturday
"' ,
swvT "wy7 of"SWVi
Nwvi of '"i by W. M. JlJllw..rd", at a "pt; 360 "t B ofa
of SWVi!: *x 8 AIn 8 hy C. A. Knl..ht ,I
N nf /SW
NW for ._ ----_____33 g 23 B8 Mr. Louise William,. .03 Mr. Humphr y, W byDroadway Cor Pt of JIB NEVi)ydu of NEH: A .
uU 8<4 of NWH of SEV & Mt N by I t
SBVi of NRVi of BWH.I2WV4 t 23 Mr*. Edna- Thomas _.. 1544 land nl A. L. Alvar18' 8 II 'W. Ior. Edward. _._._-. II." run. 11 W 740 740 ft ft, N H U31I IfSSM" ,

of NW% ot NKVi & Lot J Blk t. J. D. .Jlme. __,_ ______-30 7 S3 7 Emma!: Mirk A ROM Jf' ;
SOB 8HH of NWV ofNV4 NE\4U 8 S3 80 P A. Johannon ......_ 18.14 t -1II 8 II E. H. 8mlth ---...:-..-- T8.l1d.r"on yd* to beg
.. 1311
'' Norwood .
30 Daniel Lelterman __.._ 1098 cnda1 t'okr": : : ---- ---
of 8WW of NEW ___32 8 32 Com 858 nf NW Corof .
JONESl
SW'1.or NWVi ot BEViftNBVi Lane '" Ho..nAII.y .ftor NEH A run : ,'
| \ of SWH & SEViof : I run N on "a''" 'I"
Comments NWVi of SWVi 38NfWH ga 60 I'rcknown .._______.._ 23 44 'Aln.. 51' ft. W 50 n. s H 115. ft to a pt of heir, k,I
H E 143 ft
thence 41ft ft. ,
S Ts William. _.______ 1584 \
And 11 of NWVi __--_____38 23 53 ft tn Hncan All.,, '., N 413 ft. W 143 ft to ,
W 13 A of NV of SEVi otSWVi th..n... E 50 ft tOt b... ____...._______hIO 7 S3 Mr*, M. 1.. Watter.on._, J1.U '
Dr. EO" L. BI ____ IT. beg- 'i
-.. _I ._ .33 I 23 *' Lloyd Oreen .....___._ 1125 In Slark. ________ __..___18 8 I' -' <
W 8 A of a 9 A triangle I r.ot ("om GO ft W or ", ..; .. Hamilton ________ .__...SO 7 33 -. W. U. Hlok' ..___..... 15.11 '
I Recently the writer,, who hap- being I all of 8V4 ot SEViof NW {'or of Sand.raon Lot* 5. 8, 11, IS Blk 5In '
S J. J. Sllcox .________.. 595 .
__23 8 S3 J..n.. HOIlr.n AII..y .. :
N ot road 1.01
.
radio in his car SWVi Hampton .- .80 7 3* -.J. W Watter on ... ;
i to have a W4 of NEH of NWH & u r'f. :7filft Lot* 7. 8, 0. 10 Blk' I In .
.
;
30 Harry Stern __.._ 11 04
[ U ed 1 tn on the college' sports at NWV4 of BEH of NWHS3NWVi 6 33 --- 3 Hampton ...... ..30 7 SI M. t. Wattercon ..?... ".n ",
He was of NEH *: All WV&of to Hocan AII..y.Ih..n. Lot 8. 8. 4, 6, 8, 7 Blk f:..
eton: University. SWH of NEH A All ... FJ on .ald Alley D... E. L. BI.c. _.___ toot 15 III Hampton .__ ___80 7 31Blk I* A. A Stella John.... 53.AII ,,1;
Jy Interested In the announce- EV4 of 8EH of NWVi N 140 It to b... In IIlark..18 8 II 7, R, II In Hampton..80 7 31 M. U Wattenon .__ 18.81 .

ant t that the three fastest' mile of!; publlo of NEil road &-.NVi.___.ofSEH __348EVt 8 33 78 Unknown -______.__ 81.01 I 262 I."t ft n'N I"nd'" 8 tn h,. IItRrke 110 ftE HEllo >>f of NBH way\ A lee*le*.Hyrlwht 1 '

ers In the world would begin of NEH ____________S8EM 8 S3 40 Unknown ... ___:.._.._ 1874 '" W lioun".d N byr A N of Ky A ID] of new .1'

to compete for the !: of SWH EVi of : nd. .': J. W. Hamil _...__._ 11.1. publlo ruad .._.-_.-.80 7 SINRH ST Julia HattU A Rebevva < .
minute
25 84JXI
_.__ 8 12
i a SWH of SW<4 -__-____.38 5 23 80 O. W. Hlnson Aft n _18 Maxwell _oO_; 14.81 *

U.Id I ohamnlnnahiD." "Stranfre aat All NWH of NBH N of __ __ ... .'n...__. ..,.. ........ ..... .. .. uI I A In IIE'4! of SE I .. ot SEW A NV4 otSEH
. these .. D' '''Y'.n n of BlJH A BWHof
;;
sound all three of :'E b.OfDfl
t may p.ublIOo' f i.-I'l: kn W cPIRC. S3 100 Ida D. Maxwell .. S3.81
80 7
!: Canova _______ II," NEVl ----
A.
i have had trouble with their B of public _____.___ 8 II 8 Mu. O. M. Inmlln ._.__ 'I.U __ ______________11 8 II L.' 9 A Com ar-iw-Cor-- ofNEV -

* They have overcome the 8\\<'l.of IiW or NE% 8 1-1 A n' IRnd Bounded <>f NEH A run N

g& NW ''L or 8E'4 '" NE'4of y \I : 'W''r 134 yd*. NABII yd*. It
ibis and are now the three fast- 8w'4 ex W II A .x y ." '.' 134 )'d.. W S3* yd* to
, ro..d 5 12 113 n. R. Prevatt .___ .111.13 I land 8t oIt! N hy'N"1tn.. I --80 T S3 8 W. H. Maxwell _. ._.. SS.J35S
t mile runners in the world A for ------- I Bank of 8tark.____.._ 8." ,
um ....W'4 or 8W'4 0 NE'4.J7 8 U 10 Kit Wllllam .---.--. 11.85 ot aroYl of SI'\4\ _______1.81 II Will"o f"s BH"of 5 Vr\T Jjj r

.J the announcer. It occurred tog 10 A on S .td. or HE'4of I k cljw C oar 1m;} of Hy .-. ___.?._______..80H 7 S3 18 Kmm Mlxon: ...____
writer that all our handicaps NW% ______________21 8 U 10 Flonnce C. FI.nn ____ 11.15Lotll II Mre. V. Tor..u.lla____ ..,.. SW of NWU ___,___.___SO 7 S3S3 40 Unknown ___-..----- 7.03
I ___ 11I 8 n
!; ___
4
Blk I. Orlcln..1 SE'4 o 18." that certain pleo ot
. J. a, 88 I. W. Andrew -------- All
into ____ __ 29 8 II
Mild be turned atepplDlI'nel Town or Stark.. NE% RFJ'4' 0' I'Iwy+ land lylnK between U.
climb _________28 8 II Elvtna. Morlfan -----.- "..atLot. WI,!, nr NW of SIC", ..xN"
SW _____ !
upon which we might of % I. Unknown __ _.._._ 'I.U
8.. Blk 1. OrIginal 8 A. _____. ... ________10 8 II iyolt'n 'NI '4"C' NBH

f success. A poor memory should Town or IiItark.,. NE% All NFJ'4 of 81'1': A orpUbll" -3 A .________........SONH 'I S IdA D. Maxwell __.... 1.88
hive us to greater mental effort. or SW% _______________18 8 U John. Forsyth ---.-.- H." ro.d-4 A .. N 1A of NWH ____..._-,_..31 'I al 80 II, T. Banon .,__..._ 18.715

MU Hilton was blind but this made Lot..nil I 8.Town a or Btlt of.8.Stark.Orhrl..,. 0' NEIf.I A N of 0'81CI I'm.<...._.xabDut __aoI\ It \\I o. c. ea.on _____.___ 8.U BVJ of BWH. ..___*n_WVi_____ofBBVi ___81 7 SS 157 W. B. Hltk .._w.____.. 5007is

lim see better with the eyes'of hi* NE% or 8WJI., ________.28 8 U Flor.nce Flynn ----- lIS.at 1 1Lotll N't4PJr :'W : '>iN'" SMV4 of HJiJI4 ____.._._____31NKVi 7 S3 40 Unknown ......_,.___ ,etIS

used a. or Blk ., Orllrlnal n: 110 IMham WII..nn _____..__ t1.ftIINE4' : of NWH *..x H 10 A
out Paul the apostle prison 2Uft _._____ ___-.0 8 It U

ells for pulpits and writing rooms NE'4 Town of 8W'4 or __Stark.___ ._,_18 8 II ;rail Kite ._____.___._ 81.13W'Aa \ of NW'4 I..." 1.A.n 8 .S a..0 Victoria Nichoill., Mack Mera.hlon...__._. U.04WI 10.95B"1Ir A flf All NWH of NWH___.8t 1 SSS3 84 Mr*. IT L. Croft _.._.. .81T.

God or LOlli 5. 1 or Dlk ) of NE'4 of IIWU 8 II W ofyNWvT"of NWlSEH -__83 'I SO Ii, T. Saxon .....__._ 3
get the gospel to men' help U. Orlll'lnlll Town ofSlark. at pn.t I'" ebn.N of NWVi A NB"H orNW
into II Mrll. lor. E. Edward. -- 152.18m of el'J enr nf "1'\<. orMWIoIo of -
i to turn our handicaps .., NE'4 of 8W'418 8 A EH of NW -I
!' 46 ft .or Lotll 1. 3 nf '" run N 21 1 chn", HW HA NH ofHWiI I4W of -

leasing S :: .. 08.:0 i ',, ... 1I1.1S :81h..nh, "N ,? :.nFi HW2 A_ _NV4_ ._of_ -1i119. ___._of__.S3 7 31S3 140 Unknown. ..______ n.'I3. vi

Jiltark.. NI4!: of SW'4 _18 8 sa Unknown' -- --- ..--- R ..hn. to h... .. portlon Mltch.U Jr.___. H." NWM of NBH A' SEVi ofIN
Uncle Btm said to Andy1 Gump .
| 01 roft.1 __..._. _U 8 It H.nry _8185
fldl mof lAtll I. a. II Blkn W KV4 __-__ ______ 4 8A Hcott H Swindell ___

ntly, "The secret of being' maats Orl&lnai Town of Unknown .... '.--,_"_.___ 8.15I Ilfl of A JilFJ'Jof In Nl'J ('or' .;or._____ 8.' 8 Va.co. Mltch.1I _.___... ...11 Nor, REVi _____._ ______. 38 I 33 80 P a. KnlsrM .____._ ST.Sl
r being masterful.", There Is Slarke, NE'4 of SW'4 __28 8 U Com 5S' ydii fNNr.f SE Corof
Ian" I U .'
at ."tended nn I Lot of IIq NEVi A run
Blk a"
,wd sense In that statement. It I, 8 JOO ,.. In I'IE' C"r or NW of 1..5Lnl" W 380 yd*, N 110 yd*, H
.
FJn. ..' Map ex .U II ,- Gre.n Ilamllton __...
._____ _____.___.: 8 ,
IIFJ'.4 8 110 to
TO 830 yd
i TO BE in order ft ..x E 80 ft. Orl&t. yd*, "
necessary ;' 4. II, 8 ,Jllk IJ Lln. ., J '..811'At be-- .................85KVd 7 II. 6 H. B. .Roebuck _.___ 8.U, UII.
I' 11.0.N JDhn lAw III ;.;..__._
.. ,1
-
The trouble with the world \ : % _88 8 III Unkno --- -----. en In f"1t)' __ .___ ...... ._211 s II U. -' Unknown ..:____..._.__ 1.5Lotll of SWH nf NEH A SA
CitYII I '. .
TO DO I all .," "j. I IIlk II '.In..oln 1 In HW Cor of BEViofNKW "
l 130 many folks are trying Lot 13% 21 ft,.or 8%Lot or ,.......t 4 I ". 5, 7 Blk 8 Llnooln F.d. J.'.Joh".on _____... U.t5 ___.____,______85BWH P*. C. OlsP _.:.._........ )'.'11
i they ought TO BE.We can.tChristians ,';'.f' .' ('It) __ d_'_.' .___81 8 II ________.__. 11.35 of NEH ______ .____" J.hlJ1ll'S; M Lo' Klnrhen _,__ .7
( Olbh.
i without Jesus Christ. k :!:. ..l'd".inTr ; ', 1.10Lot. tAt 8 J'lik II ',Inr..ln Cltya I 8 II 'ora John.on .. J.1II NK'/i of SWH of NWH\ -.38NEH W. U. Seal ..__......:.;... '.U
Ii 3.
_
:
P W. T. W..k.. J. __ U -- :
.... I Dlk 8 '.In"oln lty..U "" : ;
.t ofNWH
'a 8tark. ________________18 8 aa \- of NVt
y can t conquer unless., In ,our ... I; I. la, 18, J. .. '" Lo1k"lIli.I '''' I'nII.II.... ,. :..!_ 8 ,i' ..:. Unknown ___..____ U5LOl. of 1JEt A Alt
Je- of of

. i i Christ hearts Is we far are conquerors Interested InAt T :: "' IV toro S., William. _,_.__ 811.01Lot' .. II, 8 _Blk_____10__Lln.___ .::11 8 '11 -. Unknown ...________"'oO 1.15 HH Hr NWVi A NVs NJjJTvWof Adkln ... It."
.
r 1 more 8tark" _____..,..,_______.18 8 II T.:. coin City of NBH ....._ w.SV4 ...-_ 3 ( S3 87 A.. Z, A 1",1. *
we are than In what swe do. 1 of Blk 11. Ltvln.- '0"" All mk 11 (8 lole) Lln. ,- Unkltown ___ ...21Lot. of NWVI of 8WV. ASWM
e"ln CII, _. ._. ._..___11 .11. -- of NEH\ "f WH' \

Fetus who knows all ,things: knows : on t : :y_ =: : -28 8 II Har." '., ,. ilt..nberc. __ 8.15 1. 4, (5. 1, I_._Dlle.18Lln..ln ______11 8 II ..... Unknown ____._____ 1.15Lo A W'H. nf SMi of SWH.' S S S3 80 W. T, WalUo ?-.-.-. 37.81
[hat no man can permanently dooed 0 Ie 8 .0 tt or Lot 'lty NEH A NWVi vts
:
Lot 8 Blk 18 I '1.1. liIonJ .IO ( S3 130 a. P. Waikerman! ..... 14.0.w"r .
. I BU4I U Bound..d S by a'u 3ulla. Albllrt _____
I -
who good
la not permanently 12 "
.
; "
flf
.. 1
.n... Ian". Ltv Nl'JY. NW'4.
> man without wind a CO'. Lot* I. i-C.'T: i C-H-n: I.U of KPJ% of NW ., 1\:\,
may run iill; to;' Trub'i" Loul.. S3 8 S3 Unknown ._ _____.1: NW-v. "
Fe".IIa. .. _______ '
n hart with, IiItark. ____._18 8 13 ._ ___ Lincoln City Willie King .,_____ I.U .. For ttJt'A) Of NW .., "
_
( race but only a man Addn"'t !:Inrdel' --:-- Lot 5 Blk 15 Lincoln City.83 8 S3S3 of.NW .. Ii: flf110/" 1!1,1,

d I can run a long race.. It takes 10, 11 or Blk 18. Com at a pt 105 ft H! of ..f 8W\ 0' W'4 .____11 8 U .0 0.0. 111. 8wan ____.__ lI.tIS )(
Lote NW Cor of NWH ofNWH or . :;
U wind to the of life Trub, Da.tman: 18." NpV.fl: ] OrNJrW '
H.
run race Llvlnl"lon 8 13 Hr.. L. -- A run H 555 ft, U o .

. I not fall by the wayside. The Loco'8 JO to of Iltark.28 lk 18. E 535 ft, N 555 ft. W S Mr.. Annie E. Pettlet_. S,71 W.; "I of\J ;i'A '

W lons of the world say ,"do andI"N Llvlnll'"ton.. t. _to Truby 8tark.28. It -. D. L. Silcox. _...____.__ 15.05 SWH 535 of ft to SEH be* --..-_'-.---113---SJBex : II 8 S3 40 U Newiom' __........ '15 54S IIW'Io In ",or: ('or NWJI.., W.. 8"r '.' '- The religion of .the. Bible Loco'.1Addn or Blk J8. '' at NW Cor of SWHot HE of NW .. ..
. H .81 ;}
.1L f', "live and do."' Llvlnc"ton. Trub,. .. Nat William. ...----- ".It NEH A run ft. N 841VSft 1tllJ'4 of' Wlio Unknown ... .______._ .'.01 'Jf1II. :
Ii Addn to 8tark.28 8 II : ft, E 381\(0\ Unknown _. _..-.-.- S.78 .>t I A In IIW ( .___. 8 II .58 .
, e e .* Loco' W ae lVi ft to b*. ".S3 8 33S3 ... on P; .Id. of MICI4 ofNWiI '

Jesus taught that- "Except aMB :. .'o : IJ' :i.t'I}: Lot J'IIk '. yj *noi on N.d.. of ;'

11.85n. Hub DIV of : 1 Mr. Fannie Stewart .. 385 df'-'r" lak" run W .,."
.
, be In..lon, Trub' .. Co' H. alltb.n .....-- -- ----------U .
I born again He cannot mm 8 II J. N )% __ : 110 ft N 410 It.. fl] .10 .
!w r.otdJt tfl.8 \" i-iiik.1I W 1112 ft n' NJlJII, ol"lflIJ'4' .. I ft t.. l.4. II.., 11,1111. th.nc. Ii'M
| kingdom of God. It It not onI'y .;'7.' 7.15 ex H 338 ft. L-'f'US' 420.1t tn b... ..._____U II I t.a..kln IlL "I..on ....,,_ .... !toNW
Trllb,
true that If IIjo LI.ln..ton. UnknowD'' ------- .,(
I must be .good. .. of NH of 8H of IIW'4 i... 10 A
.. .. Co'. Addn to 81.rk."" : A A In SMCor 1 .. 0 D. Oa..l. ._____ to....
to do : of NEH: V4 It of W.Y. ____..___hll A. "
blind .
good but'I.am :to Lot OlT J ." ; '. .- I.ULot. of Ml* o> NJ"t 2 NW\4\ of NW __._____11 II .0 Lllk. W. Dr'an' ____ 11.1. .
. |u* best unless I. sum good. ""The of, NJJ; ----II 8 II Sol Hande..on ----- NBH belnar 85 r..H W\40\ of W'4 n" 81120,1, .. F.I '1'Jj' ,.
. 8/0. NE'>i 8 by 70( yd* E A WB __ 1550 .41 It of 'H '4 of Iflil\l r.f.ff .
Preaching of the IS to them. .. Lot. : 17 III''. H. Ksiynkl
cross .. + of Bile .* ._ 23 8W-1A _________11 8 .. 1'1 Unknown ___.. to.1I "
1 that perish foolishness but unto .. 0' Blk JO, Llvlnll'.t..n AN 1 cVr :'rof '
.
.11 'I
Co'. SID J1D nofWNf Al Ao.r1F: 4I."NV:
Trllb, UDkno..n. ___ ----- ; <
*
IM who are saved It .La the ________11 8 II y
power /
ICE" or Nl!: 88t r/j
"
B ft.
..
H Ion ft. 11.08 .. 01 NIa\4\
ft. W. Hlnveet .. ( 1'1'(6
"
It B.
10 R -- '
l God. i can have no real apIPWclatlon Lot I SUe I', LI.ln."t..n. \ .\ -" 1'. 1..5Lot. N Ion ft to bea -__..-It S3S3 Bant Jr___ II.U 5 A In NIIJ f"or of 01 1.1'NIIJ'4
Cd. 811>. 1'111'4' W. Robln.on .----. __ ... ** 40 Wr A. S. .Jan..n __ __ ".00
of the unless I TrubY II S. SEH of NWH, .ir nrSRVi 0' ttI '4 __ ____... I It 10 W. o IJ'W
am
cross 01 NB'IIo' ....._______.__.1. ;."' of NEH .. *4Chn ..0 tt of N 110 It ot .'
< '
Inti Divine goodness can mean % I. 1".11 *, A IU ft ofNBH NE'IIo' of 8W'4 .It W .;

- l u. to a man wno .ta Dot divinely f. e rim ti.all"Lot WM.4if ',. of NEV!: ** W SV* 8 SS 40SO Cha*. C. Norton ___.... 1480 A r..... ___ "' .____ ..18 II I Lawrenoe Day.. Co.__ 1.1" .,';''i,
3 _|4NHhof"NWH
of Lot 1. 1018It of NW'i of 1I1IJ'4 .s m
Jarvl N% >
H.
dJ gOOd. As a friend of nun* often Blk 18. Llvlnsiton.Truby S7.14 oT K>Ttl! ..lNrfVi 8 38 Edward A .. .. Lak. 10 AII II D. O. IiIt.wa..C ,A .J. 11, ; ,

|-M, "What this .* Co's ,8/D, II-D. P. Pullum ------ of NWSi ex .. A InNWH __ __ .10 Lar.on __ ______ I'" ",
_
1 r we need ts to get NEH' Of NEH _.___r-SS I'I' Cor __ ___ ...,:__....18 II .. Unknown A.-t- _.. .13.75 I 1 W .\
, thinS >lx inches below the collarlWuu"1 All Blk 83 Lot 1. S NWI" of NJI4 ___11I II tt It. W. Hlnon, :t ._ .-18 II 1 Ullknow" ______ I.U ,

little bit ,to the Ieffc" or Blk 34 Llvlnson. 1.11 of NWH Boutii"*)* t P. C. HolllriaeworthMr ..8 All NJIJ\OO\( .r ItIlJ14 of n, .,. ,.I"
Truby Co'* 8/D -, Unkllo..n --- public road .___.__18 8 S3S3 .. S.78 -u A u v. A. K.y. ;:
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: Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You'veHeard TOO LATE

! Established 1877 l' 1

': MEMBER It, Bat TO eye KVSSHLIl CLASSIFY KAYFrrrrturr. TRUEN0.973,04

NfFLORinAPRESs ASSOCIATION I Florida Pr*_ Amu*. < .

: 1935 e ;I Massacre BADGE: TO INDICATE WHETHER PERSON WEARING IT
i 3 : 3atwwtd : eYi4ct'a Far be it from us to turn thll PASADENA, Cal.: A motor trip

,, -- .. .....- .. column into an obituary depart from coast to coast today Is nothing ENGAGED OR. FREE .
, Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class ment, but two Incidents have recently like It Used to be a few year 1't1IS
HAPPENS IN LARGE SOCIETIES
I VERY OFTEN
the IT ;
occurred to- sadden ago, and It ymk ask me It look as
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida heart of pet lovers In this vcl-! if America had gone Gypsy this WHERE THE MEMBERS DO NOT ALL KNOW ONE '
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has no
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S ---- nity and since our paper summer.. --
t E. L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner fish and game section there 1* nowhere Being1' unsuccessful convincing ANOTHER, THAT'YOUNG PEOPLE WANT' TO BE

.. -- -, .else for us to place such the FERA. that the government CERTAIN WHETHER THEY ARE STILL FREE IT IS
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Items. ought to provide me with vacation COURSE VERY AWKWARD TO ASK A TOTAL
The first of these tragedies took money. I had to fall back on the : 2\
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance place when a rather anemic-look- two dollar I've saved since the STRANGER SUCH A QUESTION _THE BADGE 1

Advertising Rates on Application Ing Klngsley Lake snake devoured depression and consequently have WHICH FORMS THE OBJeCT OP THIS INVENTION
-- --------- four canary birds, belonging to followed the nomads who frequent
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy atone "tourist camps" and lunch rooms SERVES AS MEANS'FOR INDICATING WHETHER
To bad that June brides can't cook biscuits as soft as sitting. The Nasworthy placeat and it .la surprising how economical THE WEARER 'IS ENGAGED FREE !

c their hearts. the lake has an outofdoorsbird one can travel In this manner.
G house where-up until late- Comfortable cottages for two
1* compelled were housed a family of seven hap people may be obtained from $UIO(
If some people to pay as they went they'd py canaries. The cage was apparently to $3.80, which Includes every. "FR.EE- BAOGes ON AND THEY SAY

stay at home. safely protected by a thing for convenience and comfort AU. SEATED HERS THE eEsT THINGS
wire screen. -good beds, showers, electric IN LIFE AR8
Pi pftz In spite of this tact, however, fans, Ice,water and at the higher Z .FREE 9-
tlo
Ethiopia should prepare a dark cloud of soldiers to meet the owners of the birds awoke ODe rate a three room modern cottage
morning to find in place of foul with tllajaatlvxwmpletely; furnish. ,
4' the dark clouds of war.
of their canaries-one contents ed house-keeping apartment, Simmons '
o looking snake making itself rightat beds,,bell boy,valet and maid
Speaking of .harmony'-Io9omotive whistles and harps home with the three remaining service and private garageP
birds. Three of the singer lay 011 .'Our' toute'took us through LouIsiana -
are often played together. the ground at the foot of the 'TeXaaf New Mexico and
-p -. house, their heads bitten off anti Arizona to California. It was
the blood sucked from their life plenty hot all the and madeus
way
v& In many languages the word "kiss" is lengthy. In any
lea bodies An uncommonly large appreciate the delightful sum- '..
old language the action is. bulge In the snake's middle accounted mer climate of "air-conditioned" MARRIED COUPLES
o- for the fourth dead bird. Florida, but I found it difficult to OKA.V'U. DON'T NEED ANV '
Thus it is that we have again convince folks along the route ./HOW JUST PRESTO! .IDENTIFYING BADGES I
When 1935 Is hope we'll be able to say the first I'MOF
we
? over lost our faith In snake after just: that it REALLY Is COOLER in CHANCES CHAN E MY NOW

six months are the"hardeat.. about having 'made up our mine I Florida.. BREAKING. BAOpB,.. FREE
p.. to like them. An article we read Crossing the desert country FOUR At3A1N. ONE AY ,
f not long ago assured us that mostof from El Pasw through Phoenix anon < ENGAGEMENT A rIME
People who don't have new cars are green with envy and them were really delightful lit to the coast temperatures BABY i r IRLS.
j those who do are in the red. tle fellows and make fine pets most of the' time were over the i i
--0 Their skins are rather pleasant to hundred mark. Experienced travelers r FREE
the touch, this writer said and in this section remain comfortable -
,t The black widow spider is deadly. .A widow of any kind are not at all slimy feeling a* they in air cooled hotels dur-

e Is a force to be reckoned with. appear to be.However ing .the day and drive the .hot
". .. if snakes are going to waste lands at night or if they
o let us down by eating four canary must travel in the day time they t 'I '.t 1 yes'' HE

If all traffic cops were laid end to end some motorists birds for breakfast they can hard- close their iar'' windows and carry S\ U.' ..t f.e.n r r

{ would be in Seventh Heaven. \ ly expect us to meet them half. dry Ice in' their car to keep .: .... T, -
in making friends.
way cool. *
0- r have, tolled their lives away until ORANGES Fan' Ll'NfR,1
-' Inquiries'along the route revealed I
Another trouble with planned economy is that there i id More Maasacro i the fact that motor travelIs From Other PensOLD I theY' can no longer work, must .If you are'Past fifty, don't'ejlunch.1
than The second tragedy In local pet heavier this summer" than It was I : now: go unfed, unattended, and This antirestaurantpaganda'
more planning economy. circles has to do with gold-fish. last. No' matter what state have worked
we unclothed. I am 68; has been put out by |
o One of the finest in town
I pools were In,, foreign licenses were always I bare by. night and endeavored to Colgate professor, Dr. Laird.
Is on the grounds surrounding the AGE PENSIONS
been should I In'evidence and I
The brain wash that has recently perfected was surprised'to'note'so -
live honestly'and justly with my heavy luncheon, Dr. Lii
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight.Up many Florida A study of sturdy self-reliance says
result in some clean thinking. until a few days ago this small cars on the road. under trying conditions la suggested fellow man. But I,am past man- make the brain sluggish, dnij

a body of water was the peaceful Another I thing: I found that In a prize-winning letter .on'old bal 'labor; partially paralyz'l. d:In tag the blood supply from .

A politician who doesn't stick by his pre-election promises home of an exceptionally large and your Florida tag Is as effective as age pensions appearing In the current one leg and foot' with\an almost brain to the stomach. It's bad,b
brilliant collection of gold flab. fraternal emblem most Issue of The Progressive Far.
a
-! is generally stuck with them. Imagine then the surprsle of the every- helpless wife, to. care 'for, and a says, for both young and old, I
where
you go. Folks wanted to mer-: "
---0 person who first observed! an unaccustomed learn about bur state. At every "It Is a horrible thing that so; homeless sister. We haven't starved particularly harmful to those ]
The world might be a better place if the flower of youth ripple on the usually tourist camp some nomad was sure many thousands of the fathers and I It's true, for I have a little the meridian of life. It mak
placid waters of this artificial to mothers of this generation; who shop, work on guns and clocks, butI
note
didn't consist of so blooming idiots. our' tag and drop over to I them worthless for any attorn
many pond. The discoverers of that our cabin for( a chat. II II I don't average J3 a month. We
o famed sea-monster off Loch Ness 'Many ofthese folks had been In I haven't been able to buy any thinking or working.
$h'' Seven of the largest nations report declining birth rates. could not have been more awed. Florida at one time or another and the pedestrian crossing rule, permitting .I I I clothes or pay taxes I don't be- But, Dr.>Laird advises, most
Closer observation revealed a without" traffic to move with great| lleve In going to 'any such extremes of.midday, meal "lie down f
What they need is a few more relief workers.' three-foot alligator having the to,exalu.on.they. lre all for wereaaer a 'dispatch and at such points accidents -:,I as $200a-month old age half an hour, then eat two

0- time of its young life among the; Florida is occur less frequently than I f f[pensions, but If 930 per month sages, ,drink water and res
J There Is one thing that a man who thinks he knows itall choice tld-blts afforded by the strong In the('hearts of millions of 111 the case where expensive traffic 'were added to my'little' earnings work. Don't forget oranges
r doesn't know and that is how popular he is. pool. By the time the reptile was people. Stopping( for the night at signals are usedin our state j I1 I could buy clothes and hire some though one big apple will do, I
discovered casualties tha I've to visit the California ; to do have "
among L;delightful camp at Big Springs, planned ',strong unemployed person my you no oranges.
: o gold-fish family had been terrific. Texas,, we found It was being operated Pacific International Exposition -'manual labor for me, thereby benefiting :Florida thanks Dr. Laird for t
Wrl. Science continues to discover pain killers. The.Ieirisla- It seems that alligators are very by a couple who during the next week and will have something others beside the old age orange prescription.-Tampa TrllJ
fond of bright colors.In to tell you about that later. pensioner himself." tine.G .
solution. boom had invested in
ture should soak tax laws in some of this heavily prop
order that fish pool enthusi- south of ,
erty New Smyrna. Despite -
o asts In other parts of town will the fact that their venture
A press dispatch tells us that the Prince of Wales wears not be unduly alarmed let us hasten turned out badly and they lost a
real inside information. to explain how the unwelcome life's hold ill FOOTPRINTS
, S cotton underwear. That's saving, hey no will
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visitor happened to be In the pond.It .
toward Florida and they are anxious / THAT PROVE
a o seems that some boys In the to return. They are making
t When a fellow gets too close to the fire and burns out the neighborhood had shot at a 'ga good money''rwhere they are, but '
it isn't the heat it's the tor and apparently killed it. They aell EXTRAMILEAGE
;h4 seat of his pants humility. they'd out In a minute and
left it for dead In a nearby yard, move to Florida If the opportunity
0 but a bullet or so seem to be no presented itself:
There are still a few married couples who are old-fash. hindrance at all to a three-foot I found on this trip that Florida

ioned e.nough to want to spend their vacation together. 'gator. At any rate this one stirredIts has no patent on this "cows on the These treed foot-

o ..1 stumps and by instinct-or highway" proposition. We encountered .*dy. .ar'.high reputation. for quaKry pd ntamadeby"Gl"d..an't
maybe be smelled the fish-found them In-.....t numbers along mean Goodyear Ti.... ...t tine. -after the long
The pioneer woman had a lot of backbone even if she his way Into the pool. the entire route, but in states west moro mongr-it means got moro mileages anowae -

'k didn't announce it to the world by wearing a sunback dress. It seems to this aa if story there, but should for.be the amoral of the Mississippi Road Depart ,value at.omp.ttilivt pri.you... to.prove there* trill
ment signs at frequent intervals
o treads for thou
life of can't out. Detectly.Ftiturtt'.famouslnvestiga-
us We figure one
: It 'fs| said'that should see his'dentist at least caution the traveler to "Look out ." 1p0r'.nailet of
4 everyone for Cattle on the Highway." While tion proved Goodyear's sensational "afetjr.<<
\: once every six months, if for no other reason than to settle The Curse of Smoke speed limits posted along most of "GS All-Weather.delivera
'up. Nathan Prevatt. popular groc-i the route say 45 miles an hour" cost-per-mile service. And
0t eryman here, ,tells this story ,onhlmaelfr traffic outside of communities back that up with actual; loweatM,
r moves much faster from 60 to 70 records of "G-3V driven
:F'!r Some folks seem to have adopted the attitude of not doing Once-when he was very young miles and' this speed Is acceptedas in town evidence of better t1.eOO I.*
today what they can get the government to do for them and lived on a farm with'hi.* pa normal and safe in moat Instance K.Puck
41% LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE
rents near Starke on a visit to *. O.S. Mall.SpcctalCatorado'sprlna
tomorrow. town he to A tzL AT NO EXTRA COST-ON THE
yielded temptation, a* la many western cities we noted e *,
o small boys will sometimes do, and that school children are protected lAM ROADS yOUTTRfVTrrices :
: The greatest pleasure some vacationists get from theirs smoked cigar-his first. I from motor traffic with footbridges .

; trip is sitting around talking about the poor fellow who can't home By he the was time deathly he had sick.returned I an underpass built over which the permits highway pedestrians or- _1 ., M

,; afford one. "Son," his father said noticing' to cross in safety. .
a the pale green color of his checks Here In California "instead of ,1aIN/mil.t

A Russian doctor has reported the invention of an artificial "what did you eat?" topping motorists at every crossing THAT PROVE W1I1_. .1.atx .
"Didn't eat nothln', the young the taw requires that motor- ......
Y heart. Money lenders have, been suspected of using fellow replied. leu stop only when a pedestrian ; M.w.
them for years. "Well what did you drink f 1 ta In the crossing lane. The rule EXTRA COH0>M4

o .. "Didn't drink nothln'." is strictly enforced Just aa is the M
By this time the cigar was getting law .requiring a'' for '
stop school
1. Dorothy Dix children shouldn't be nagged about Willfor a genuine. Drive away on
says in the full extent of Its deadly buses In our state. Neat sign teach GOODY.ARauaunC". TRADE IN r t
their manners. We heartily agree with her. They should be work. Things looked pretty dark important crossing caution A LIBERAL built GOODYEAR 'n.I.-ile.
Pathfinder ..._
spanked about them. for' the'young boy. He began ta the motorist to "Stop if pedestrian Speedway.A value YOUR OLD ow': R. -
TRAKIRALLOWANCE mad of fresh
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fear the worst Is ta crossing lane" Traffic lights that only the .
o : "Papa he asked in new rubber.iAlllatest world' largesttire W_
a
quivering
are employed only at the busiest TIRE WITH:
An Indiana bridegroom fainted twice, at his marriage voice, "1f you smoke a cigar will It crossing! and not at every cow ..Goodyearfeatures build maker and sell could at .

:'ceremony. It isn't quite fair for engagement ring collectors I''KILL S.." you r" paUl and country cross road a* in $C.25 !,long thin low price.Goodyear 25J
.M-M. wearingcaater
norida.
Hundred
of streets and qualityconstruction $4 ,
r; to sit In the audience. *
visit tread
highway carrying many times the i ro' =% patMtedSupertwlst '
o Motivated by an overpowering traffic of the moat traveled FlorIda tL Cord new rubber dy' M.4T1inile*

When asked recently what party he was affiliated with, ,curiosity to know more about the roads are guarded with only 4.40.11 body-maximumblowoutprotec road tr..II-Sup.r--grippln5 ,4.400" I A Hoarr' .. prl.Clfk.r.*

; a relief'worker is said to have answered: Any, just so it's reading habits a visit of the our other fellowmanws.pald day to termed In library language "llteraure. $. 62! tion .11 every ply; ha'-'f twist body;,100_, '$AI 7. I"", tfetrolr,Mlcb.

: against the government.A :,the library: here-Just recently ." ",!IO-t1 'a ,, .
o opened. No one waa there when If there has been a run on any (ASH PRIS UfHP !!h IN PROPOR110N 4. "
we arrived shortly after 2 o'clock oa.' book it. Is "Lantern in Her $6:!! /$5.15
physician declares that American's '
noses are constantly except the librarian Mrs. Young.It Hand" a hardy tale of one family DONTM FOOtID to trick..........>.....a EASYTERMS
{;, growing larger. Well look at all the exercise they get must have been an off hour from pioneer ,days up until the 4.7.1. M......Mre lw.8UY NO TJaU_ell yes.see asst i I

....., prying into other people's business. ,however, for the record show that present time, Mrs. Young aye $7'05-, bowkUCBM0 5QUAUTTG.eye.egke.pea.' .., ,.. $:5--
117 books have been loaned duringthe In-spite of'Ita mellow age "The aTH&L\'M..ONaY-O.Ul'" :
> II two week that the library has :Bride of San Luis.Rey" is still in
;\ Bernard Shaw advocates that convicts. be put in dress :been open-and lots of folk don't :demand.t YOU geT- .
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\ clothes and sent to symphony concerts. Other people maintain I even know about it yet. Sixty-nine-person*,have visited THIY'ltI_ Quara I .teed .ad dahsh-1 .......

\ that they're punished enough already. I Mrs. Young-whom the rules the library ''without borrowing Price subject to cheng.without oottca '>tatale tax additional s ,
require to keep record about ev. book the figure showed. They
0' :crythlng-tells us that of the 117 Just passed the time of day. looked -
One thing you can say for the old parlor, sofa-right in :'volumes loaned, forty-six were around and left-not that they Register Motor Co. c.
juvenile book, sixty-three WM didn't like the books. When LOW 51
: the middle of a,,kiss,it wouldn't smash into a tree, says the we
; novels, .and (shade of Shake )
departed the number .
J''J':' ,.Palm. each'Times., It might smash into.Father, however. I spare) only1' six ,were ,what U o enty. rose to sevo STARKE.. FL RIDA M w. ,


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