Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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pTY:S1VEN ----__ ___.______._STARKE, FLORIDA FRID.-\V.. AUGUST 18, 19113 .. .. .. NUMBER. ..FORTY-ONE.
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fAX ASSESSOR Who Horse Saw Easier Starke's To Manage First AutomobileBy Than Woman 3 PROJECTS. I CANNING PLANTS Prison Road .' '

JCES ( H. E. LACERCREN) -pentlne stills, hidden among the ACTIVE 'INcouNTY OPEN FORRELIEFOJENTS i

Some twenty-five years or so arms of the Okefenokee swamp
Now Under
a Mr.,Massey had a factory had .
ago cigar they to take some dim trails ',
over Mr, Darby store, in and
were soon hopelessly lost. Th 1 ,
AlUATIONNoticeable Starke. He was a pushing man country was wild and uninhabited, (

[ and worked hard to make two cigars and It was clouding up. What to I 't.j

grow where only one grew doT When in doubt smoke a Dixie I -- Construction

;Reduction before.. He had lately Inaugurated Girl. While they were puffing WPA At 'Work) Additional Center

a brand styled the "Dixie Girl" away they saw, to their great joy
Made On All to retail at five cents, "liberal discount a buggy approaching, driven by an With 415 'Will Open AtBrooker P'; ;
L. M. Gray Awarded
PropertyECiDED to the trade. old farmer, his wife sitting beside Men 1936 TAGS j

One summer, when sales were him. Highway
_. 80,000 PER WEEK IS m' l
D E C R E A S l EVER slack, he decided to travel around Presently the horse stopped at NO ESTIMATE OF LOCAI RATE OF PRODUCTION Contract
and introduce the "Dixie Girl" In sight of -"horseless carriage"and PAYROLL MADE PUBLIC URGES ALL CLIENTS Tf
1934 hitherto unexplored territory. "To refused to go on. The driver MAKE APPOINTMENTS -

[ -N. D. Wainwright that end he acquired an automobile wiped his specs and looked Intent Once more a satifled look- of contentment At the rate of eO.OOO-1936 automobile .MILE STRETCH

TW Assessor general reduction of from the Dowlings, who had a ly at the contraption ahead of him. came, ovef the faces of Three canning centers In thl tags a week, work be..anat -

i made a Bradford County prop large sawmill In the northern edgeof His wife grabbed his arm and nearly 413 workmen this county I county are now open for relief, the State Prison Farm this 'Will Boost TradeIn % 1

nation of especially including Starke. The automobiles those made motions as if she wanted to when a "stop sign became clients who desire to have their! week In making the annual output

,'dtatressed this year, lands and also ,ox days were wonderful contraption, turn back. It became evident to I "&reen" Saturday of the past week produce canned for the winter, It of approximately 430,000 tag. Local
hi. both'as to appearance and per- the Starke men that the trio ahead and three projects' In Bradford was made known this week bMrs. to supply Florida's motoring pub Area

sstead exemptionsbe formance., This one had been In had never before seen an automobile County again became active; and,, Hope M. Peterson supervisor lie. George H. Wilder, State motor ,

tax books as 1BraCounty use six years, but could still,with and they turned off the road I for those out of work. ,,employment of the project in Bradford vehicle commissioner, sail ,
Md and adopted by the careful nursing make its breesy and stopped. Mr. Massey, always became a reality. i County., An additional .canntni... tags for the State Road Department After many year. of earnest effort '

i Board of County Com- fifteen mile. an hour and Mr. gallant, went up to the buggy and Work on the local airport wai center will open Monday of next will bear the letters SRD instead on the part of county officials

loners, when presented by AsWalnwright Massey was very proud of his pur- offered to lead the horse until the begun as three hundred men start week at Brooker with cannlni of the customary X which II and through tireless petitioning

for the year chase-for to own any "hosslesa object of the fright was passed. ed clearing, an additional acreage days set for Monday, Wednesdayand used for other official cars. Th the State Road Department In

EjT dhow an approximate .valuation kerrldge" those early days was a'' "Never you mind the mar', under the direction of the Works Friday of each week. Th tags will be painted red with Tallahassee by various delegations

u is presented ,below' mark of distinction. young man" said the farmer. ''I Progress Administration Future Starke plant Is located in the rear white figures from Bradford County, this week tt4

I live property of the county But R. O. Daniel a Starke printer, kin manage her I reckon. But you plans as to what might appear for of the old Andrews store near S. the sight of white rock on the

t to all taxes were given for temporarily "out of sorts," cheer- kin sorter hold the ole ''ooman;; this project will not be disclosed R. Johns' store Mrs. J. C. Jones State Prison Farm and Starke

,? year at approximately $900-, fully accepted the Invitation to accompany she's skeered worser'n the critter." until further Information is received supervisor; Lawtey plant Is under LIBRARYBorrows highway was realized.

))0; State Tax certificates $2 O.-, Mr. Massey on the Jour- Events now passed so rapidlytill by the Bradford County offs I supervision of Mrs. M. B. Plum L. M. Gray, road contractor who!

and Homestead Exemptions ney. They traveled in Suwannee there was no chance to ask cial staff of the Administration. mer, and the Hampton plant Is supervised has recently finished laying the

Q000., Hamilton and Columbia Counties travel directions. All that the lost Again work began on Alligator by Mrs W. L. Watterson first rock on the Raiford and

[ Mr.' Wainwright said that a no- One day they' left White'Spring Starke men could do was to follow Creek!! '. :won kmen anxious to while the Brooker center will b. State Farm road, began this week

cable reduction bad been made for Olustee, Baker County; but for the track of the buggy-It must I make a day at'any;: kind of em under the supervision of Mrs. Peterson grading and placing a surface coat

practically all assessments, andspecially the sake of calling at some tur- lead somewhere. ployment. The4 oreek project for an indefinite period. STATE BOOKS of white rock on the road leading
lands! thai stres from the Prison Farm to Starke. Ir
applied on deals with clearing Out the channel The supervisors especially
ad I devalued by the cutting oi of the waterway and cuttingand that all clients who desire to have About half a mile of the surface'

bel'' from the property. ,The TAX EXEMPTION MISS CRAIGDies clearing .right-of-way., produce canned should make ap FIFTY HOOKS LOANEDTO coat of rock has already been laid

Ion assessment is a decided About fifteen men,' are employed polntments and first make known STARKE towards this city.Representative. y-,

reaae over the corresponding in a street_beauUflcatton. project the time that they can be expectedto LIBRARYThe Charley E. Johns,
III'of 1934, according to the tax; Cards Here to streets la the city Starke. bring their produce to the .respective a staunch advocater of the completion ,

r. .. It could not* He readily estimated centers for canning. .It State Library has l loaned to of the road from the State

what ,the payroll of the new It Is difficult to reach your supervisor the Public Library of Starke fifty Prison, at Raiford, to here, declares -

TOWNSEND CLUB DISTRIBUTED SUDDENLYSUCCUMBS works projects will amount to, as In the community In which volumes which will be listed here that nothing In his careers 4

only estimate 'figures could be you live, you might leave word al with. These books will remain, representative of Bradford }

MEET AUG.19 -- used;, and in the present Instance the rural rehabilitation office IB here for a period of three months, County can arrive as a more appreciated -

NEW TOBACCO CON- FOLLOWINGAN only a number of the workmen the city hall here stating the day when they will be returned and an piece of news than the ,

EVERYONE INVITEDTO TRACTS WILL SOON I APPENDICECTOMY I might appear each day for work you wish to begin canning your other fifty books will b. sent tc realisation/ of this project. Bustn fc

ATTEND..AT BE LET I I which would greatly decrease the produce," Mrs. Peterson stated the library; thus keeping It'allviuntil >ssmen and public officials who 4.4had

COURT HOUSE I payroll. this week. new books may be acquired..' long advocated the hardaur-

exemptioragMvJbeerdistributed When the news spread early I ___ .. Plans for determining toll for The library here Is the first !library !- facing of this highway receivedthe
| The Townsend Club will meet Tax Monday morning of the death of canning In''' cooperation with the In Florida to be granted thli announcement, that their long w

n the Court House, Monday, Aug- to all tobacco growersn Miss Sadie Elizabeth! Craig, 18 COMFORT rural rehabilitation corporation concession by the State Librarian sought goal had been/realised, as !

119, at 8 p. m. o'clock, accordto this county this week both con- niece of Mr. and Mrs. Edward FACTORY OPEN can be obtained from your super W. T Cash_ most welcome news
and non-contractors, according
[ an announcement from. tractors to L. T. Dyer county Burns, at the Gill Hospital follow visor or Mrs. Peterson. Clients This loan was further made It Is believed that in paving the

L Young, president. UDlon.County who is supervising lag an appendicectomy Friday, a UNEMPLO$'ANDNEEDY are urged to get In touch with one possible only by the signatures ol state Farm and Ralford highway.
| Mr. Young l Issuedthe, ,following agent In- the AAA work In Bradford gloom'-was cant over the 'entire GET ". of the directors'and make sun Messrs. A, J, Thomas, Fred F, It will stimulate business considerably 1tr

lament In urging attendance to town she being a popular memberof JOBS that they thoroughly understand I Stump C. F. Hoover, R.. J.. Davis for Stark' as many of the 4

>meeting; Cqunty.. the younger set of Starke, a junior the toll-plans to avoid misunderstanding and by the Woman's Club assuming officials and guards from there ,
[ "Every man and woman Inter- The contractors, Mr. Dyer sad,, in the Bradford High School Bradford County's unemplbyed I the responsibility of transportation make this city their trading headquarters rh

ittd In the health and happiness received tax-exemption allotment and loved by all who knew her. and otherwise needy should have charges on the books. already. Now, through 4f

(the aged people that are with- cards: on all their allotment of tobacco Miss Craig was a daughter of no complaint with the approach of The following is a list of books; the facilities of a bard road doubt. ,

t Iany means of support except while the non-contractors the late Mr. and Mrs A. J. Craig, winter, If present plans are car BROWN GROWS and their authors loaned by the lens more will turn to Starke as a'

t: given by charity should be received only a small allotment of of Pine Bluff, Ark., and was ried out, by fifty women worKIng COTTON State Library: trading center In the future.. I

nt and learn all about Thend a few hundred pounds. born May 16, 1919 at Beaumont,, I : under the supervision of Mrs, Austere, Jane....-"Sanse nnd Sensibility The project Includes about nine

I Revolving Pension Plant Several of the contractors produced Texas. For the past six years she Monle Lewis are completed. BRING OPEN BOLLSTO Benet, Stephen-"John miles, from the county line near ,%
will drive worry away and fill their allotment in In Starke Fifty women of this county began ;
over had made her home TELEGRAPH Brown Body"; Bok, Edward'Americanization the Prison Farm; and will follow :
e M aching old hearts with a but provision has been with her uncle and aunt, Mr and making comforts upstairs In
pounds> OFFICE of Edward Dok"Bentley ;: the old route of the highway from
iplness that they had never made for them to either buy un- Mrs. Burns. She was a memberof the Legion Hall Monday of this "Inheritance the Prison to town connectingwith

i dreamed of possessing. Com, used cards from other contractorswho St. Mark's Episcopal Church, week and are expected to turn out, Another rare thing in Bradforc Phyllis"No-Second Spring;" State Road 13, at the K and
Belth, Janet- ;
i and women of all ages and did not produce up to their and was also very active In the I at the rate of twenty.a-. day, sixty County Is a snowy white field ol Baldwin, Faith-"Beauty;" Brit- U. Service Station.Employment a?.
i how in helping these unfor- allotment or to buy additional allotment Epworth League work of the well sewed comforts a week. cotton. People In former year* of Youth' .
"Testament be boosted
Vera ; will considerably
I taro -
leI we will all be helped toller at the rate of four cents Methodist Church. Three other Women Work Centers have been satisfied to say "the "Marh
Brashear Minnie M. local truck
r things In life., AU transfers, Mr. Dyer held at got underway W the county boll weevil Is just too bad;" but O by hiring
per Funeral services were Twain, Son of Missouri; Bronv drivers and workmen which also
made through this week according an an- L. Brown a prosperous farmer ol
explained, must be Mark's Episcopal Church Autumn" .
St. the local headquarters field Louis--"Early ; promises to help trade In the local
nouncement from Wateroak section decided to
REAL ESTATE his office. Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock the Buck, Pearl SWGood Earth"; area
WPA. Those located much
of the for himself and see how
New Tobacco Contracts with the Rev. Merritt Williams of try Bacheller. Irving-"Man for the -
SELLING In Lawtey, Brooker and there Is to the highly publicized
New tobacco contracts will be Gainesville conducting the service. Ages;" Chase, Mary Ellen -
Hampton have employed aboutwentythree that has driven cotton farm- POLITICAL BEEBUZZING
TRANSFERS ARE MADE offered to the tobacco' growers Interment was made in Crosby ladles, all experienced pest to the wall. Mary Peters;" Clemens, Samuel
ON COUNTY within a few days, as announced by Lake Cemetery under the directionof of needle srs "Adventures of Tom Sawyer;"
with the use a
PROPERTY Mr. Dyer. These contracts are for the DeWItt C. Jones Company. This week Mr. Brown brought Clemens Samuel L.-"Life on the t
four 'years, and every grower of Covering the mound where this They promise to stock the countY'1needy to the Telegraph three weeks' Mississippi;" Cobb, Irvln- "All' NO OPPOSITION TO
winter !
la Illustrated within the past tobacco, including the present non- loved one sleeps were a large col- families before arrives Formed, open bolls of short cotton,, Aboard;" Douglas Lloyd-"Mag ANY CITYOFFICIALS w''

weeks, real estate In the city contractors will be permitted to lection of the choicest flowers, a quality seldom excelled, espeslally nificent Obsession;" Davis Richard rE

county la In great demand by sign contract to grow tobacco under sent as a last token of love and after these many years. Harding-"Captain Macklln;"' I The usual of the ..
buzzing political
'and out-of-county people.Two the Government control. respect by admiring friends. C C C ENLISTMENT Brown says that In his large field, Ferber, Edna "Buttered Side bee In city politics has begun ;
the most recent deals involving --. The active pallbearers were not a single boll weevil has been Down;" Fort, John-"God In the
here since the of the
i with of the Ep POSTED Found and that farmers should get Louis. closing reg-
the Bank of Starke and Off chosen; from members Straw Pen; Coding
Guards stratloa books at the hall
National habit of growing a little more city ,
Wilson of the Methodist he: Silver Glasgow,
Realty Corp., were worth League Five Daughters;
AND 20 10. la the rk
60 August offing as yet.
1 this week. Bradford County Headquarters Church, and were as follows: Robert BOYS cotton for the market. Ellen-,."They Stooped to> Folly;"
COLORED no possible opposition to of al
The> J.T. 2nd Battalion 124th Green. Woodfla John "Flowering any
Moore cottage at King- Company, and Edwin Galsworthy, -
Lake was sold this week to Infantry ol:the National Guards!, Halle, James Hair, A. W. Ander- ENROLL.All Johns In TallahasseeRep. Wilderness;" Hoover Ike- "42 robed the city government body. has been a'

Irr. Pearson of Galnesvlll* and led by Lieutenant T. T:, Long, lefty Ion, Jr.. and AI Kay Carlisle boys who have been enroll- Charley E. Johns Is la Tal- Tears In the Whit House;" ''HIlton Time can only. gold such da- ,+

latter deal was made between > motor Sunday for Camp Fosterwhere Honorary pallbearers wer.r-J. E.:. >d for future enlisting with the ahasse for the remaining part ,' James "Good-bye, Mr, tiny however, and what might determine 1,
Wlson Realty Corp., and Pate they will remain for two Wilson/ L.'A. Davis, O-L. Beasley 3CC camps from Bradford County of this week conferring with State Chips;" Hough, Emerson-"Pur- before qualification deed- d

1, local hardware dealer, weeks outing. J. C. Hoover, 1. D. Vining, J. F.ol1ey will be called August 18, 11 and 34. load officials in regard to securIng hue Price;" Kaye-Smlth. Sheila line Is yet to be seen., At the

Purchased a three and one- Included In the motorcade were E. K. Perryman, S. L. Peek Lists of applicants ,have been higher compensation for em- "Susan Spray;" Kallett Arthur present time It I I. a general beliefof

acre plot on the south side of other members of the local: Na- F. F. Stump, A. Z. Adklns and,8. posted over the county.and all applicant loyees In the Maintenance De- "100,000,000 Guinea Pigs;" Lam- many that the same city official 7,

local airport. Mr. Oassett will ional:Guard, Second.Lieut.. H. c.:. T. Dell of Gainesville. are advised to watch billboards mrtment of the State Road in this kin, Nina B.--"Good Times for All family will guide the city of .'

and renovate the' seven Wall and J. D. Doyle"Ser&eaDt. A, .. In their respective communities llstrlct. He was accompanied by Times;" London, Jack-"Call of Stark on to greater heights for

residence. and move there E. Wall Jr., Vincent Alvarez, R. On Tour for certatoty, of the N. D. Walnwr'lght, Jr., local Insur- he Wild;; Morgan. Charles- the next twelve months. .

J the next week, it'' 'wasR&NDEXING C i, Johns, James Dennis Lamar of the Richvalley latea as to when they are required ace man. Fountain;" Oxenham John -" Politics however, a* well we ;
and Twenty-three seniors of the Guarded Mounts;
Edwards: .and Harry Tlson Va., to: report. l Queen know, Is hard to predict; usually. 'ht'
; of the State Farm.About High School of Chatam been mailed Phelps, E. B.-"Oath of Allegl-
Sullivan Carter I the Post cards have Complete what won't happen does.CROP" .
of Nearly
tour B.-"Llfe
twenty members of the local ,on an agricultural the local department nee; Pltkln. Walter
'each applicant
Y headquarters were Included, date, stopped here for some time has announced, and Friday, Carpenters and workmen are Begins at Forty;" Pedler, Margaret LOANSI I

RESUMED Telegraphjet was. unable to Monday afternoon. 18 thirty white boys will nay this week placing the finish- .-"House of Dreams Come
but the They were enrout home after aweek's August touches to the newly erected Tru.;" Read, Opt*-"American In
17 In&
Saturday. x
N their names.Health M taken;
TO HAVE RE-INDICXJCD stay at Miami and Plant white and Saturday week, tome of W E. Bryant on Call New York;" Reppller, AguesMere .

AND VARIED COURT, Clinic .City where agricultural status of twenty 24, a final enrollment wills Street. Mr.' Bryant said that hewiD Mary of the Ursullnes;" MRS. J. D. DOYLE.
RECORDSClerk I the state had been studied. All received of ten \white .boys possibly move into the beautiful Suglmoto. J: "Daughter of the IN CHARGE
aaty Board of seniors ol the i tM early part Samurai Sabatini, B.-"Scara-
"The Bradford of th* members were colored. new residence ; HERB
of the Court A.. J. Thorn Public Instruction has recently appropriated Rich. Valley School and numerous alone with twenty of r next weak.Leads mouch;" Stribllng. T. &-"Un- !3

IIOoQ have a new set ol record ,30* to o. used to conj question of the strawberry situa Half-Year ... lalshed Cathedral Tarklngton. Emergency crop loans for fair "

ta which to.turn,th* page section with an appropriation Jon:'aDd possibilities were asked fl Tags. Selling In CompanyWord Booth-"Magnificent Ambersona planting In. Bradford County and

looking for;varied; tnformaBradforetCounty. 1600 made by the Board of County ry the future farmers Every day sine July 1.has been been received horn. Anthony-"Sh* Take a the counties .In Florida will b-. t

.Ot about .! DUe C*mi Bato er. for a county health .tag day" for Tax Collector C. A. has Just Jr., Lover;" Tarklngton. Booth come available August IS, accordIng -
'rib II.IIpprIprlatlon recently made Bnlc.. ,.I'bW..k Supt. A.J. Grifis Editor HereH. Knight. Mr. Knight*. this week. are that N. D. Walnwrlght In, the Mirthful Haven;" Clemens Sam- to an announcement made
J federal government and aped said that the appropriation bad H. Hamlln. editorial writer of reports that forty-six half year automobile of Starke, led all this el-"Prince and the Pauper;" public from Washington the early-

1IIet by President Roosevelt this made for the promotion of New., paid the 'I license tag have been Julf Life Insurance Company Van Loon, Hendrlck-"Story of part of this week by Representative
een Insuranceapartment
Clearwater 1.r
> Industrial
"a trk,:?V* *1>251, to continue thereIndexlng better health practically to. check- the a brief visit Wednesday rued from his. office sine that year In the Mankind;" Van Din, S. 8.-"Ken- J. Hardin Peterson Repayment
Telegraph their organization.
I, J and verifying IDg the spread ,,of children's con- enroute to Savannah late. Otherwise news around the of I n.1 Murder Case;" Wright. Eugene"Great must be mad on these loan*
"nty afternoon T Horn Wlddemer before I, 1934, and applications
Spoon; April
diseases. be will spend some Urn* office, Is scarce. -
1j u Work was started last'jreir, sglous- -1---- Oa., where vacation. Mr. Hamlln was r -- BirthsMr. Margaret-"Year of Delight;" should be made to ..me..DCycrop S

If tawl halted! due to a shortage Back On. Job on his Identified with the Building Bungalow and Mrs. George W. Faulk- tVestcott. Edward Hoyes-"David committees. A maximum of
Under Prevatt prominently rtarum Wells H. G..-Blupingtonf ISOO: will be allowed, less an unpaid
the direction of for a Os- a.r, Ralford, Aug. 4, a daughter.Mr ; '
Nl! of the Petersburg Independent of Mrs. S. R. '
*.- Scott Nathan Prevatt manager Jt. Th residence Paul Glover Law- Blup;" Young, Btark-:-"H avenFrees. balaoc on previous crop ,
a corp of ca. Tea In the editorial division. Street that and Mrs .
NIt of Walnut
""- theme Atlantic and Pacific number years born on North ." loans. e
verification of local accompanied on tey. Aug.: 7, a daughter.Mr. .
fir somerev
to as- He was destroyed by
Thursday .
fiord books fa now rapidly Company returned Mrs. Hamlln. vas partly been com*_ .. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal, Graism. Mrs. J. D. Doyl Is In charge i
-rtn r a finish, which will com- duties after a week's vacaloT he trip by month ago baa .. Aug. 11, a daughter. It Is estimated that"nlnty-nln4 >f the emergency crop loan work J
IIte and carpentersxtrsjt
r.eord work for During Mr. Prevatt's absence Florida's evergladeveha a few. ltely! torn down Mr. and Mrs. Norman ''Baunrarden. of every 100 automobiles nd in this county, but had not bees.dvlsed .
BradfoMI -
h I store has been under Mlsml'a work this week on a bungaow wheel' twice a : full tote this
.' I the local of If any mosquitoes, declares be erected adjol.mg the old Doctors Inlet, Aug. 11, aaoD. steeling alignment particulars
1- n.gementaffUlatedPartridge public health director Dr. yeat. ,. reek.
; with lit* on the_north ski ,
stet.. bunt better,the older (lea N. MacDonaelL J 4
I dher they u .the A.:,,,.* P, there.

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Community Us
Telegraph Writers by Tues. Noon

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BROOKER your old poor cows during the Ida Agricultural Experiment:'
IIIGIILAND VANDERBILT BOOTSEY'S BEACH. hard months of late winter and tlon. Gainesville. The St

.it, M. E. Crew CorrespondentMrs. 'MlM RrlorU Bloc..worth. Cor. 11_ '!.. Oaaklaa C.TTfmfum.... His Vera Galney, CorrespondentP. With Our FarmersBy early spring. ot Bahia grass, Introduced pasture
( "" __ U. S. Department Agrc11 t
't J. O. McCormIck and children Mr. and Mrs.: C. C. Butler and The Water Oak "Special. T. A. It won't be long until time for from BralU. of |
The live ,7
of Tampa spent Monday here family of New River were visiting ,.' played the "Germans" here Sun 'The BrookefP. '1' A- met for Its AUBREY FUNK fall breaking of ground.. If a two- provide welcome shade oak '
with relatives. here Saturday. day afternoon on the "Germany"ball second meeting of the school Fri-
.11 horse disk harrow U run over Spanish moss adds a nkturLI
.'\ Mr. and Mr*. Owen Marr of Mr Harry Sapp who Is teach diamond and the "Specials"were day afternoon, August 9. At the fields and grass and weeds cut in touch to the setting. !,'|

f; MImma were visitors her SaturIi ing school here spent the week-end defeated 21 to 6. I first meeting of the year'the following As this has been one of the most! deep this fall while they are still "The Jerseys In the hJ
Quite large crowd from allOver officers were elected: station
day. with hiM mother at Brooker.
for a long they will build up your
faborable crop years green are on Register of Merit ?
attended the ball C. J. Crews
the President-Mrs. test
i Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crews were Mrs. J. C. Alvarez spent the day county i ; .time; corn has made unusuallywell soil and a thorough disking now tag the first lactation a
here afternoon. Vice President--Mrs. A. E. McKinney and ,
(:r visitors to Lawtey Saturday. Saturday with her daughter Mrs. game Wilbert Crawford Sunday of the CCC I cretary-Mrs. L. B. all over the county and gathering will put the ground in, fine shape at mature age as a regular
:try Mrs. Raiford Starling and Carl Sapp, near Starke. ; time Is almost here. for winter and early preparationfor of the studies In Inheritance i{
Camp, near Ocala spent the weekend Crosby; T..euurer-Mn. L. R.
,' daughter, Lorena of the Black Miss Mattle Norman teacher of here with his mother Mrs. J. Waters; Chairman of Membership Have you prepared an airtight 1 planting. A crop of Austria transmission of) producing ahUlI

.''i':' Creuc section visited relatives New River spent the week-end Roy Quinn and family. Committee-Miss Mildred Morgan crib to house your corn when winter peaa (well innoculated) On two mllklngs dally jo,

here Sunday. with her parents Mr. and Mrs.F. Lira Haddock of the Penney ; Chairman of Publicity Committee gathered so that you can kill I planted right now to be plowed the> cows have quality. The hl/hJ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norman of M. Norman. Farms CCC Camp spent the -Mr, KInard; Chairman of weevils with "Hlghlife" or Carbon under two or three weeks before record among cows alive lif tj

;:;1, Lawtey spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Norman and week-end here with his uncle and Entertainment'Committee Mrs Biaulphld spring planting will not only fur- herd totals 662 pounds of butt

'1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson.Mrs. daughter, Faye and Mrs. Jim Me- aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Murrheoand Vance Russ. nish excellent winter grazing for fat :Many feeding trials hsi
Maxvllle Knight of Malone spent Friday Strawberries and potatoes have cows and hogs, bat will add very been conducted with enj
D. C. Reid of was family. silage
At the Kinardwas
.:) with his Mr. and last meeting Mr and frequent materially to yields next I Mineral
> a visitor here Monday.Jacksonville's I night parents Mrs. Jean Gasklns and eon elected treasurer to succeed been extensively planted year. studies are a part of tj
: Mrs. F. M. Norman enroute to showers during July Insured fe Jdlng problem
Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Russell under laved
I Mrs. L. R. Waters who is
( Daytona to attend the agricultural Redding and son, Raymond, all I'. good stands and a fine start. Pats, and_ rye. should soon be gatlon.. Records of these cons i
to Alacbua.;
'rW: Leading Hotel'THE teacher' meeting.Mr. spent the week-end In Jacksonville ., \ planted for winter grazing and for being used In studies of) man
and Mrs. Russell Norman the guests of relatives.Mr. The attendance banner. was Now Is the time to start fall spring grain "ops. Rust proof ment of dairy cows under

"11 t spent the week-end with her mother and Mrs. Earnle Johns of awarded to Miss Morgan's room.It gardens and everybody who .can oats should.be used and all seed tropical conditions.

'4 at Starke. Woodlawn, weer visiting :Mr. and ,was voted that a library book do so should plant as great a variety should be treated with corrosive' '"The station herd Is welllll'ln.
"'i ,,'1 II We have a sing In our community Mrs. R. N. Crawford Sunday af ,be presented each month to the of vegetables as possible both sublimate to prevent smut. ed, and serves as a good exempt:

,i i1!\ : II every Friday night. All ternoon.Mr. ,room winning the banner. :for home use and market. ,- to Florida farmers how to br'J
""r ;11" j ; singers interested are welcome to and Mrs.' Son Yarbroughand It was decided that a chicken I A, new loading platform In and handle better Jerseys."
..I i i 1i : ;- attend and take part in the sing I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and ice cream supper should be .Mole crickets grasshoppers and Starke will be available for next

,"I' I 1' 1< il.rv. ;rr1T ing.Rev. spent Sunday at Eve1'l1'eeu'vlslt- given In the.school house Friday cutworms often give trouble In fall market crop. But to make this [ Annual Canadian catch of L b

.'. .' rJI'"t(1 Cowart of Gainesville will Ing B. E. Rosier and mother Mrs. night August 23. Everyone is cor- gardens and strawberry fields. most serviceable, a co-operative but amounts to more than 30C
(. _- fill his regular appointment here J. S. Rosier. dially Invited to attend. These are easily controlled with marketing association should be .000 pounds.
,1. #'& Saturday night Sunday and Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Varnea of poison bait and as the formula for formed among all farmers of the

1r.. day night. Brooker Jr. Defeats ''not be known to and committee
Jacksonville were visiting her parents ,- High Lawtey this may some county a managing
SEMINOLE Mr. and Mrs. J. M..Rosier, Brooker took a doubleheaderfrom farmers, we give It as follows: appointed to formulate rules and VUERVOPjia
'I Sunday. Lawtey' Friday afternoon Poison Bait Ivok after marketing of all crops.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Stop Chills Misses Lois and Lucile Johns) of August 0, In diamond ball. The 100 Ibs.. Wheat Bran This committee should employ a I
CHA8. P. GRINER Manager Woodlawn were visiting Miss Lawtey girls'bad a bad attack of 25 Ibs. Cotton Send Meal competent man to have immediate

\1'J'4' A human home-like Institution Thelma Gasklns Sunday.HAMPTON. ..tuDlbU tl.,":and lost by a score 2 gallon. syrup, (just as good If and constant ,charge of platformand 1
''l' where you will find your Individual and Fever! of 18 to 0. old or fermented) to look up markets for all products I

J'rE, comfort matter and entertainment The boy's game was a good exhibition 1 dozen lemons or oranges, I grown In the county ,This
IQJ a 6 Iba Paris association should be formed now
.. of diamond ball; the finalBCo..e green.
Ii of Ml Ada
great Nl.sse..C.rrasp.ad.atMiss
t". ance. Rid Your Syt.m of Malarial being. to 1 In favor of Mix with just enough water so( I II and be ready .for next crop.;
',',Ii! Mamie Jo Warren of Lake In the -
that when pressed together
I Brooker. Lawteys catcher was
A steel fireproof building located Shivering with chills one moment an I
Butler who superintends the primary hand and then released it will fall E."U'ERIMENT'STATION'S
: In the heart of the city. burning with fever the next-that's ore the tanding'D1&D on their
t,:! Room with Combination of the effects of Malaria. Unless checked,, work here has as her guest team while Talmadge Kelley and 'I in flakes. The oranges or lemons DAIRY HERD RECEIVES

;:. Tub Every and Shower Bath Radio Electric the distal will do serious harm to you this week. Miss Hambric of Lake Lewis' Shaw in the outfield for I should be cut fine and all Juice aqd NATIONAL RECOGNITION
.r u health. Malaria a blood infection, cal:I Butler.Mre..
Brooker several nice : pulp and feel Included. -
Slat Door for made plays.
'i Ceiling Fan
:yu Summer Ventilation. Comfortable for two things. First destroying! tho Infection J. P. Summers and eon .. I'' GAINESVILLE The dairy herd

Uc' Beds with Mattresses of Inner In the blood.. Second the effects building oi Carlus of Lulu, are visiting Mrs.Summer's Birthday Party Pecan orchards now show con- of,.the Florida ,Agricultural Experiment
the blood to overcome
', ; Spring Construction and Individual up the disease and to fortify against further mother Mrs. Josephine Mrs. W. R. .Brown entertained siderable "Honeydew",and fall webworms Station received nation..

i1' Reading Lampe.i attack. Sullivan. Monday night In honor of her son, are now coming rather al recognition In a recent issue of
) RATES : Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies Mrs. I. J. Priest Is the guest of Junior who was twelve years old freely. A'spray of 100 gallons The Jersey Bulletin. A.picture of

both these effects. It contains tasteless her son, Emery Priest of Green August 9. ,Many various games Bordeau mixture with 4'pounds the herd in the shade of oak trees
.rt..' 18 Room with Private Bath quinine, which kills the Infection in the Cove Springs.Rev. and contester were played and en- Arsenate Lead and 16 ounces on pasture. was carried,on: the
1/ 12.00-Single blood and iron, which enriches and Lyle pastor of the First .Joyed by alii after which delicious Black Leaf 40 will take care of the front cover of this publication UFTO. a aahhigh
80 Room. with Private Bath builds the blood. Chills and fever > i iK
.J. up Baptist Church here, who baa been
: refreshments of cake and Ice aphis, which causes the "Honey- and tribute wali'paid'to ,the- herd
and restored to health wosMlsr at the
$2.60-Single soon stop you are yom snap
40 Room. with Private Bath 1 and comfort. For half a century Crove'i cream were served on the lawn by Mai bszlut ths chOdren.Wat .
I' Tasteless! Chill Tonic has been sure relief to his duties last Sunday. He the hostess assisted by Miss Cor- will also prove, beneficial In case ing, as follows: .' .h sat! .
Wi- $3.00-Single for Malaria. It Is just as useful too, as a preached to a large audience In the delia Brown. of fungus troubles.We ."The front cover this week to
:;;; 24 Roms with Private Bath general tonic for old and young. Pleasant: morning. At the evening service The honoree received nice shows pasture scene'at the Flor.BALDGiveYour. --Narmoas. 8. :
93.50- many .
i Single to take and ab'olutdty harmleis Safe to I the auditorium was so badly may be a little early in suggesting s 5ttleestf.a and .hod
,U J; 10 Sample Rooms with Private give children. Get a bottle at any drug crowded that the Sunday Schoolroom presents from his guests, who on that all cane fodder and stfcsr srnTilsssantWsflr
".. Bath ____________ 94.00-Single store. Now two slies-SOc and $1. The had to be used for seating departing wished him many more stasa
saved for Stock
.be forage. heTalWt
sUe contains JJ4 times much the tops '
$1 as as happy birthdays. sssTsrr sses ]
BLIGHT INCREASE FOR. I SOc size and gives 2i% more for capacity. Special music was ren- uv prefer this fodder to almost any to
Just classuSHSSk'
,r DOUBLE OCCUPANCY your money. you dered at each service by Miss Von- Mrs. laI:; 'MIDtz'-and'daughter; forage. : Scalp:. chaflcev;: ale a ball

ale McKinney of Morrlstown And right now Is the time to begin La oa If the"oka. *at.... nakarfcasly dn.d
Barbara, of Jacksonville, spent .
Tennessee suece toolprep.ratio. that tboiia a last week-end here as guest of her saving hay with the great to pet rte of.too**dandruff,top scalp W VVVsT atSBBBSSBasVssl IWrTW
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mrs. M. E. Manalre was a business number of hay crops we grow; Iteh and craw .trouc, hMtthy hair on thin Or. MOSS' NsTTfae Is
visitor to Starke this week. parents, Mr., and Mrs.' L. R. Galn and partially bald spots wbcra" hair root feuds SB 1tw. nss-4JqU i
best efforts -
some even against our not dtad This famous antitielno
: ara
Years Makes It Possible for Me to Render
My Many Experience
The truck farmers here are still ey.A. farmer should be able UMrrltant atllDulata drouUdonin' th ssffssiisissil Tablet. Boikhths
tik{; EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE busy canning their produce at the E.. McKinney of Ralforc ; every scalp brlnfi an abundant: supply! of Mood sam* seething sffeetLM
to sufficient for the
save good hay to aourlNli and feed atarrad hair rootsoneof
dr MODERATE PRICES last week-end here with his
spent sA drag stsn
FERA Canning Center and also Some not the chief catuM of baldnm. Oct a bottle yes
+ DeWITT C. JONES family.Mr. year. crops generallyused toffny nt miy rtr'K'-it. Tba coat u Main*,
delighted with the nice showers, for hay but which stock relish MM CKeu ease, (1)) YOQ ban little Co
Starke Florida by which vegetation Is multiplied. and Mrs. Seab Dukes of "Clover weed lace and much to tula rREI' valuable book
Grlffls '
are -
'3 Mr; and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Dukes Station were visiting Mr. weed" and even Maiden cane when "The. Truth.About wrfy' Csthi :will.4 If>fb ran St.writ, N. r.JAPANESE

Chicago, who visited Mr. Brown's and Mrs H. P. Galney Saturday.Mr. cut before it becomes too tough.I OIL
14a parents Mr. and Mrs. Z., Brown Oswald Johnson spent partof NhRVIMFi
An extra supply of hay will often .,.,. ......M.. f ... was .......... sad
returned this week In Jacksonville.\ .
have to their home in come io nicely to carry through wF+red Q s...........,..,....... i \
For Chicago 111. Among those from here who
Expert RepairingSmith's
went to Live Oak to the tobacco
The giant sequoia tree, "General market last week'were. H.. P., E. i

9 Sherman" In California, has a A., L. R., ,and, R..M. Galney O."-W. OFYOURFAVORITE I

branch seven feet In diameter. Barry E. JaHazen. Wilson Lewis, I,

Garage Mac Hough/:

f Mrs. O. T Hinton and daughter -
101 25$
T \ Lauretta June,.ot St. Petersburg /,

a-;- Phone 120 spent last week here as guestof
alotao Mrs. W. A. Brown.
; Mr. and Mrs. L, R. Waters and MAGAZINES

Wrecker Service Day.or Night children who have made their

:;..t BILIOUSNESSOThe home here for.the past few years
-;' are moving to Alachua. We wish

them success I in their new home.EVERGREEN AND THIS NEWSPAPER-1 PULL YEAR

ir Bradford County Telegraph's Guide to Some of the, -- You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer If I

; II f
Mr' T. A. R..Ur. CorrMpoadcatMr. and Your Favorite I
BUSINESS FIRMS 4 Leading Magazines Newspaper
and Mra-w-R.: : Kersey, Mr.and I

Mrs.. Son' Yarbrough and Mr.
Telegraph has investigated all the Business Firms listed on this and Mrs. Leslie McClellan of. *

,t page and has placed its "OK" on each as being one of the leaders in its 're- Woodlawn spent Sunday with B.

spective line. We recommend these business firms and their personnel to lJ:. Rosier and mother.Mr. rl 'Pkk3s

H our readers-they are Starke institutions (owned and operated by Starke and Mrs.. E. W. Wilkinsonand

t; people.) Try them, go in and visit with them-then, you too will place your"OK" chlldrentwere. visiting Mr. and foes]
Mrs. J. E. beer
K Sunday night.
beside the of each covering these various in-
name one. Write-ups Mr.. and Mrs.' Paul Clovers are
stitutlons and member' of the Telegraph staff will I
'. prepared by appear ,announcing Jhe birth of a daughter ,
iii, 9 on this page each week. Read these stories. and learn about your own born August T. Mrs.'Glovers x fe1

.k Starke business people." before her marriage was Miss
uanlta. Rosier. ctltCT GROUP-PSELECTTHR"
f5 / i iPICT0
ip ON A FARM Mr. and Mrs J. M. Roster and MAGAZINES. t
There's work on a farm from dawn -
daughter Lorene and grandson t'llo usafpe 1
a.IIfIIII! '
8 rar55sr.tTrh
till night. Patronize 0..6 .I'YIo :;;
1? FOR PROMPT ANDCOURTEOUS Jlnunle .t.ee.'were; visiting B. E. 'PI -- i
f'fl':, : SERVICETHE But Work there'by sun health and on candle-light.a farm and Home Industry Rosier Mr. and and Mrs.mother R..8.'Sunday Rosier" night.aDdMrs. 00-:: : W:..::::::::::I'110', t10a1. \\n Jl_: CatatalR.w..lTr.Jnraal.lTr..,:..,.ITr..lYnsss tHatasW rallay

(. gladness, too. cweeWrt..I'YIo I ...
.' W. G. Stringfellow spent .. -r- .
And a pride no city folk ever When You Buy Our Bread Sunday In Ocala with Mr and 0 ..............i lYa BIIe "'-- I........I Yr.cOpee. .
NEW DEAL knew.A Rolls or Pastry Yon Are Absolutely Mrs. Bill Park .... .... 'fIa, r_... .....1 Yr.
: ..... 7 .. .........
Bar It Is Fresh. No --. ... .1
SERVICE STA. pride In seeing the seed you sow J. Q. Rosier was a'business visitor .---ggg .. "., MfNFIHDFg a... ...................1 Yr.C. 1
y Chance 01.Getting a State to Gainesville ..........1 ._
l Wake and rise and lift and grow; Wednesday. IMearjaald t ... ......1 Yr.C .
yk Hubert E.: Priest A pride In being, when harvest' Product ...-............,,. M% asAeY .....I TaMN i

done BOA TDRA NMr. ,.... Ypeld........sT' Cilblh.r' 14eaaele ....ITf.

&,' An equal partner. with rain and STARKE .. Z. Z. Grilfla. CorrespondentMrs. C"'JIII" 'IJ! .............1'1180'' iF YOU PREFER ,''o...... ..Rs..L.n....,...lTr.ire.. '1e
THAT GOOD GULF GAS ..unpartner-' 1 ...1'1180, r.n.. 1C.a
BAKERYJ. g.dlsaa( ....... YOU MAY CHOOSEALL 0 -.: ; ::_
A with God Himself. 'What M. J./'O'/ i nree "and children of C .......:...1"O.", \AGAZINES .:...ybsdr'.F ......l4j.iTr.. {
Miami are visiting' relatives la C t
...1,- QW.r.iW.rld
...4.+ .. ..1 Yr.
pay ... ca.aIe:
this section tola week. c.
To transcend that can they hope ---I.bo&i -...CO FROM GROUP 2 twHtd.estw Taw.
i tor-they Mr. and Mrs. Dan _Boree and ,_ rAI(
children of Jacksonville were visiting t
One Block South of Who are caught In the city and
Depot L. SIMMONS '
$ Mr. and Mrs. Zenaa
'only see '> Grlffls" "._..,.. T.,. 'Olfriet USA TIllS AN Y".IUANK TBDAYt c
+' .ALL GRADES PINE AND last Wednesday r
In dreams the farms where .
CYPRESS LUMBER AND long to be T Starke.Faa. Miss was AWe visiting'.Kae Misses Slade Melba of Hampton and- Our an.is. sM.l with tie pabfcifcm Cft.c* file Awr fiaafsuri ..ei.a r./ u.tf r.fern list

There's ,.. cMljta MIA jwor.**>. rill oaf e.**. ...e/h.
work on a *.m. But I'm Mae Prevail Wednesday.Mrs. own reptwwitativ M to SMS*
BUILDING MATERIAL aren't Plumbing And .. .-. I......$. ." _. Hisser seed are Iw..w m,5eaer
glad "
you. C. W. Wilkes and children yW this. :van rkeblI offer h II.ttficdyMsf c s.d .Ilh a ....... I.t.J II>:..pr ssrsr5- r
f That I'm out work on a farm wherethere's Electrical Contractor of Gum Branch' were visiting Mrs. .....d.-and. ..'subscription MtB Utatwl _
doT Myrtle Priest Sunday." Nm;
Oh,, cities and streets for thOM Bud Sullivan of There_ ,was pro5.pdy I JOel eye .t pra.MS .

who choose Expert Work visiting Mr. and hire Arnold Grit. tUcrib. to snr of tbs. .....' Ob.M r aI a 1.

LUMBER,CO. But give usef me the sun and me earthto f U Sunday, -... .... wtI .I. '' T.e.ea tea ..... .. .... ..
Remember Sunday School at

4 PHONE 1S4 Mary Progressive Carolyn Farmer.Davies la The Quick Service China Everybody Grove welcome.next Sunday at 3:30.: QUOTATIONS OH MAGAZINES NOT LISTED SENT ON REQUESTPAGE

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Hints To Housewives Notice In hereby NOTIC given! within eight month from the fir* circulation In Bradford County: acrlbed lands, situate, lying and be ''i ,1
A. 8. publication of thla notice, or earn Florida ing In Bradford County, Florida, toCommencing .
Allc Humphrey Executor, ha of filed the: Estat hi* (:nf will ba. forever I.. Underhill barred Administrator by law.J. .. This the tilth day of July, ,1935.A. wit "i'. 'I,

report and for Final DIscharge 8-l-4t-8-33 J. THOMASClerk at the 8W! corner' of .
I Weekly from Home Demonatra. KB petition. .... of Circuit Court the HUM. Mew 24, Tp. S B Range .
tate and iwll on the 34th dayant ....at.l.ao II B and running East on Meo
ApavteeMl :NcL%. non Speclaltats, Tallahassee August, A. D aria auk the Hon. E. NO'rlC"R -. tlon line 411 feet to a point of beginning r-
K. Perryman, County Judge oCS1.4t.813A Notice la hereby given to all the 'III "'TIIR': .,..111 : thence. North Otto f..tl .
44EoIA1e' County. Florida.. for his creditor of the rental of W. HYarbrouirh NOTICE la given that thence East 198 feeti thenc South
rOb1.{ hereby
o DQ1.. STORAGE PLACES .. deceased, to file youclaim d.., and ny virtue of a Final Ignore un.. (180 r..tl) then"e.t' 198 feet to 1' ;
n CriEW8. I with the ISK. point of beginning;, these line being
While the 8 Eaeculor: n mo. of Foreclosure. mad and -
aOptaln women are r..h't\A rendered .
canning ,
according to the
Ferryman, within month by the Honorable A. 2. Ad. proper varl A I "
r and conserving food in various from firm publication of this no.tics kin, Judge of the Circuit I nf I atlona. of the United 8tatea! survey ;&
or the sum will b* barred by C'Frtld':: a reservation being mad on the
the the smth Judicial circuit 1 of .. ;
ways boys or men of the famlly NOTICK or APPLICATION law. In Mouth lid and along the Section \1.
Alan Ga keD of the Orleutal laugh of hers that was so should be making adequate NOTICE FOR IS TAX liRRKHY I>KKI: > QIVRI. Mr. Eva F..rnandn.Admlnl.tr.trl.. ... Chancery for dated. Bradford July find County, 19911, In In line ,of containing twenty feet S acre for a, publteroad > .. f
Ste or
I Kin Lung, bound often disconcerting. 'That ruins storage space for storing the can That W. B. Mlddlvtohi holder of Tax 8-!-/4.8.58 that pending certain cause therein lately lows. .; Bradford County, horida. 1 I
to Singapore all my guesses! I bad such a romantic ned products. Since the budgeted Certificate j No. 4 S. flth. day of Sept. Mortgage Corporation Federal Plaintiff Farm, and Alan-The WWW of the SWti. of '!I"r R'
f A. D. 1933. has file aald certificate, the 81C 14 Hen Ion fa, Tp. II.. 1'1' '
itW Kent Range /
pantry has been IN THR NAME OF THE STATE O".ldIr..n.. and wife Haiti ; : ;:
r of goid among meeting arranged for you inaugurated and In mv office and mad application OF S3>> East containing 10 acre', moreor l ,l
Iu conuno tobe. .lull two." pantries are displayed In the for tax deed to leave thereon In ao- FLORA TO CLARA Strong. JDefendanta. the undersigned l I..s.. County of Bradford State .
oordance I NO KII, whose residence I who was therein' appointed a* \\.t.
Feqi ... :u000 against the native "I met him at a squadron ball at tours, men are taking a pride with the law.following. Said certificateembracea dewrlbed Eherhardt Ave,, Columhua, MECK.j Special Master In Chancery to execute of Florida, ,I;\\1 ki.
.-u It appearing by sworn the aame will Monday, the with the appurtenance*. Said sal to 1'
Infest th4< ty. Florida
Just before sailing he terns, uniforms-all the attractive tlve pantries for their wives. Six (5) of Block to-wit Thirteen: Lota Two (9). certain cause now pending In the I Infill. hour* of sale before the satisfy the same and coat.PERRYMAN*. i" 0'I
(IS). Lincoln Circuit Court, Stlth Judicial Clrcul Court Hau door 1 In Stark, I I ,
** Flor
.E. K.
IIIIIo! Not ,
men at the only should there be City !In Sooth '
Down Half
ctrl poet"poll" Hoard"the Southeast of Florida. Bradford County, inChsnrerv ida, sell to the highest and best I AH. Special Master In Chancery, ,,
hedu I ftD4I-Cna baa been "And It was my luck," said Gas. storage for the canned products Railway Section(8EM Quarter 82, West of wherein; J. B, Becklnirer' la bidder, for cash, the following d.. 7.18-51.8-13 .J''
Township &
Plaintiff I and Clara, Becklnger I* 1: .. ,
iljinausfor *some time. kell "when I met the most charmIng needed at home but there Kant."). South, Rang Twenty.Two CII) Defendant and the relief prayed for

2I.. TWJ Barclay with whomChapter person there to find her already should be a reserve space where The eisessmrnt. of said property la. a divorce; and It appearing that NOTICE

phe" alM fallen In love some yeltee married!" He chuckled. products should be placed for fair under the aald certificate Issued the Defendant'Ave.,. Columbus residence Georgiathat la 111.F.b.rh.dt ..

dhY lad while her husband was "Her husband was at sea though, exhibits and for sale or barter. i waa Unles In .the aald name certificate of Julia shall Albert.be she I I. over the see of twent) Nodes I. hereby given that the following deeerlbed. land... or an much
Wore One r.- one yeara. and that there la no pereon thereof as will b. h.c..ry to pay the amount due for ..
so I claimed dance. We of the first Important stepsIn deemed according to law t." herein Oct q ft ftOt
every tax deed .
Y ug.\ or pemon In the State of Florida to the same' together with' coat of ouch cal. and advertising, ,
tIII1 walked back to the hotel good home management Is adequate will laniie thereon on the 14th. day ; of .. wl i\'t'j\ sold at .
together. of Augu D. j the service proc upon publlo on the 2nd day oe .September, 1010, .1 'p 3
t III That was six years ago. And here storage space for the storing Jilted thus 19th day of July. A. D. whom Defendant.IT would. personally bind uld Starke, the County 01 Jlr.dford.

CAPTAIN'S TABLE I am. End of the chapter!" of conservation products which (OFFICIAL SEAL 18 THEREFORE ORDKftKD T..e.

a T THE Then China Doll's voice throaty the women have labored over during A. J. THOMAS, that ald Defendant I I. h.reby required D.U. nee. T R" O..r a t.t.WI .

rot GaskelUn uniform trou- but very distinct, cut through the the hot summer months. Yet Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court or before to the appear 3nd day In a4 of! September ewe on y or NW14 a NW14 ot

t I Captain undershirt wiped the hum of general conversationer through the years the housewife 7-28-5t-8-13 County Florida ISIS, otherwise. the allegation of WK 8W tot Snit{_&_N1044'ot_ I T 19 no R n. Roberts __u____ U.U
and ald Bill of Complaint will be taken a
I his razor blade as the "Speaking of meetings Jamesy works at canning and often you aa confessed Decree Pro Con ft\. -- ----.- ----.11 T 111 110 A. '.. Crews .___ 41.a.
from slammed. In remember that in that will find the products scattered all WOT3CW; feno d..tn.t her WtyoMNN" ytt EEIZ IuU 1 1. au I.V. l'lnbol.t.r Jr. 11.411 ,
night : ,
r 01 his quarters poo- the Notice la hereby: given" to all credtor IT IS FUUTHKR ORDERED that At11W11 ot 7U
J. J be saw .the figure ofKIM tang joint In Saigon when you and over house oftentimes In the ( and C aln.t the ISs- thl order be published. ones each NWy. of NW14.1I 1 19 11111 Unknown __ _.-_ ____ to."
mirror I met with a certain heat of the sun part of the dayon tate of H. K..I Underhill: .: to file I their week for four conecutlv week In ftE\4\ of NE14 --- _.sat-14 1 19 4U Unknown __ _____.._. 111.14
up ?
of NW"
Doll. party the porch or In the hot kitchen. clalma against aald estate with the the Bradford County Telegraph, a 1i1'at\ ori: ,
fifi the girl friend; Toots," she "Do I? chuckled McArdle. Qaskell A good pantry fpr Florida County Judge B K. Ferryman, newspaper published and of genera: ,1.o1t a NW11 N4 or I1IEI4 ofRw h

startled looked at China Doll. t, a N jJ SW", nr IIE\! \..._311 S III 11111 H. L. 3nhll" __ 8..011 '
17D She addressed should have some screened ventila- F.:' .f 11':14'' : ot _.___ hh
PiJi'mlashed his face her speech to the NOTICE 4 NW'4 I I III III Minnie It Henry albion 1.13
water over tors at and 1 1iI' of S\"' 01 ____ F
top bottom. It shouldbe flE'4 I I 10 In Frank Steiner. 10.18
[tl "ttcrlng: "I know Its hard .. : Captain and Mrs. Barclay. Insulated on all sides and particularly N 01 >(910..less r11d -.11 I 10 78 Frank Steiner .__.-._ 11.31 a'of
Jon "There wasn't but I NOTICE 1It HEREBY GIVEN that the following land will b. cold. .t 1'1*14 ... .
i to get things through any moon h. publlo "'
the In the roof. W..f
on top, or public auction on the First Monday In September. 1998 It being the Ind 8N14
M'bead, but when I told you had a shiner on his left eye that A pantry may be built aa a "lean day ot amid month b"Inre the Court Houle dour .t 8.rk.. In Bradford road o1t all $W'4 of JilI'JI4 "
1 out of here I 'meant lit up the whole street after 'wet County. St.l. .t Florida. or .0 much thereof a. will h. neC..H.r to pay 1'1 of Mill Br.n"h..l1 I 10 'In Mr.. 3. P. nowlinI' ._ 12.08
> slay to" on tq the kitchen or It may the amount due for taxee set oppo.lta he aame. together with the oust Wy{, oaf 5)wot-NWg, _n 8 10 10 Empire Lumber Co__,? 18.4'
t I said" dragged him out of the battle of lead off from the back porch near of such sale and .dv.rll.ln. & _
Doll sat down deliberately. the century-" I 1014 or AW'i _U I 10 480 .Empire Lumber Co____ 18.40, yp
the kitchen. W
china A basement storage TexeeD.crigtiea Eft ot SW14a 17A _

nut's right. You don't have timeD Sir Guy Wllmerdtng caught the room is good if a stairway goes .... T R A. Ow... A c..... .f Wty "f JilI!:"'( .__U e 10 n Frank 1.IIIer ______ __ '1.1T p
round with passengers drift of her remarks and burst Into N', of )lMI4 .f StYSs, _.15 I 110 10 Unknown ___. I.U '
fool down from the kitchen. There Lou I, 4,6ofblk3as N ot NW'4 ot IIW14 .__.15 I In III 3. W. Townsend' .___ I.U
t maybe with that snooty Inordinate laughter. Geskell should also be an outside basement extended 0 n IOn"e,. ll% 01 MEv. ..__.________.11 e 10 RO George C 1. Johnll __ __? 11.11. !
looked at China l4..t Mw14 .u 1 110 40 ___. __ f
.list dame. Doll with a grim Map Original Town of George C. John. 11.15 4
? door large enough to store Stare _18 0 21 Chae C..utehfl.14 ___ lUll BE\' of NWI4 .x 1"A in _
--- ----- --
"Te3?" His voice war cold and smile. Jamesy finished China Doll's large equipment. What Is desirable tote 8. S 01 bile COriglnal NI ('or tor ,,..hur..h..U S 10 89 B. 3. a 3, 8. Kelley.._. lags

inlet; It should have warned herr description: "And a cut In the Is a canning room in the basement Town or Starke ..11 8 II Unknown .. ____._.. It.711 NNWor NE" a N14 ot
Lots 6. 8. 1, 8 "r blk 12. _---_ --4 20( 110 Frank Steiner _.."Jot_ ".18
she he'd
like was right have bled to
leg death
"She looked and a locked storage room Original I Town ofStarke Fr R r orb-- !nN"2
r something offensive: And you It China Doll here hadn't made a located to one side. ----------------3. 8 IS Joe Slt.tl'unk ._____._ ....11 I 10 -.I. E Adklne ______ '.84 u
tot 1 2 8 4 5 of bile k 5 run New
I her moved into; the Royal tourniquet for him with a garter Canning and saving the surplus 5. Livinaetun.; 'Truby a LO.\IJ..r\ :13.51 8 10 i'Jmll' 1\lteh.1I ____...... 140 ?'

bite Why didn't you lay out a or something" Is putting In the pocket. Co'., Addition ___......__18 8 II Livvlnon Trub Lo'. a. 7 1, 9 111k 0 In

runner 7" Sybil Interrupted with keen Interest money .. Co. _.___..________. 11.11IILol. New River _.. ____ .._ 23-14 5 20 n. F. Renfroe ._..____ 8.80
ed plush Let's prepare adequate storage for t, 2, I. U. 11 14 ofbIk Lot I IllIe 14 In Now .
.The lady happened to know me : "That was a romantic It. 11. Livingston, Truby River. .-.._______ .3.24 8 10 n. F. R.nfroo ___"_. 1,10,
11 acted that way for the meeting!"' a C.'e;' Additlop -U a U Nr.. T, S. Wllllams,.__ .4.011 Lot S HIlt 11 In New .
en Lot 7 of ilk; 11. LiYingeon. l : i .34.. 6 ao n. F. Renfroe ._.. .. 1.40River
7 rHlk Ne93 --
ear Joy of It. I,met, her. la GIMcArdle nodded;: "Saved theman's 'lid over my bottom-" Truby a Co'. Addition Lot 16ln .

iltar." ntthat.s what she did." McArdle broke into an .____-_._ .____28 8 II E. W. Tiayee aLat. __. .___ .____.13.1. 8 10 U. P'.. R.nfroe ___-_____ 3.84 ,
Jamesy N. Sternberg ______._ 11..a Lots a. 4. I. I Bile I' In
a Involuntary roar-then choked It 8. 4 nf ilk U. Llv New River 8 10 Emil Mitchell __....wo_ 3.19 f
Lore 1 e, 5, 5 r10, 12 Illlt .
Ing.ton, Truby a CO'"
off. The guests at the Captain'stable Addition :: __ _-2s 8 II Mra. W. It Niner __._.. T." 30 In; New ?fiver I t14 ''I 10 E.nll Mitchell.. ______ 499
were startled; even Sir Guy Lot 12 ot ilk 16. Livingetnn. Lot. ; 4' ': RIk 31 In

.. somewhat aghast. Miss Yu.Lan' Truby a. ('0'. : flirt' : --_-__ _14 6 10 Emil: Mitchell ___..._ __ 1.06
was Addition .___2. 8 .8 R. 3. Oa.le ._:_-______ 18.10 LoI'. l'nHI'kll, :, 7'1 9' 0 10
"eta No. 1 Boy standing back of Lots 10. 11 nf ilk 15. f.lv.Inll""ton. In New;

her chair stared at China Doll Truby a Co'. River _._ _h__-_ _. 21194 8 10. Emil Mitchell ______ I.U
Addition _0' "- _28 8 88 1Ifr.. L. H. E..tm.n__. 14.70Lot" Lot II ntk U In New
',ttd with beady eyes. Gaskell's furyat 8. 9, lOot bile 18.Llvlnor.'on. River .- _._.__ .IS.U 8 10 Emil Mitchell ______ 1.40
Ia lil the insult to Mrs. Barclay foundan Truby a Lots fn 9'N4.: 6' A7, B 111k
r CO' Addition ._-__. __-_18 8 II D. L. Sileox ..___..__._ 18.0 14 ;" Hiver.23.54 8 90 -... Emil Mitchell ____. a.1t
9 expression that got under Chi Lou 8, 4. a. 8. 1. 8, D. 10.II. Lou 2, 4 RIk New
Y 4 na Doll's skin. 12 of 1111. 26 Llvingeton River : 21.94 I .0 Emil Mitchell __._,_ 1.06 "
r cFp Truby a Co' 1.oJ 2, 1' 0 4 75 141k
t' yh ,, pv, "Miss Portland' a professional Addition __ ___.11 6 81 3. H. C.uth.n .._._?. 11.1111 : I In New Inver .___31.84 II 10 Emil Mitchell ____....._. 8.8..
'r4 ,gA Ml mtft entertainer" he explained. Lot 1 of blk a. Llvln. Lots I, I. 3. 4. a Fra..a
. r t 4 9'V hw, .ton .Trub" a ('0'. 2,0t. 5' 9 T.nt. aIn ,41e.
China Doll pushed back her Sub-divicion. ___ .__-18 6 II Saul U.nk.r.on ___._ 1.80 5: 9, 10. 'lt W B I k "1

t of w 'a6 chair. "Oh am I? Well maybeyou'd Lots. 8, 4 of bile 30 Llvington New River __ U.14 I 10 Emil Mitchell .._..__ 4.11' u
Truby a Cue All Blk. 16. 6s In New

J' like me to try' somethingelse. 8ub-dlvIHln.. h_ __ _.28 I 82 Willie Robert. .__..__ 6,95Lot. River -. .__-___-11.14 5 10 Emil Mitchell "__.-__ ....
I. I or Elt of bile 32. EW'4 o" WN a A
t" "Afraid haven't anythingleft I.hln..ton. Truby a S \ E%
you Suh-devleton' .U 4 II LUlle Saunders ___ 8.10 ot IIW4.! ,-______._.4 5 10 sao Fmpire Lumber Co.21.11 1:
.4 t for an encore" said Gaakell Loo': of bile 12. Thing: AU ....._"...,_-,- .95 In 840 I1Jmplr. Lumber <;o..._ 108.98 "
. while Sybil smiled faintly China I .ton Trub &Co'.lub. ... .', NWI4 M''NWtq' ... : .
dlvl.lon -_ : .II 5 225 waiterCumming.. __. I.U A11 .X NWy flf NWtS' -YI: I 10/ 1040 n..rr Lunubbet EaT.6t/ yNW14
I DoU turned upon her with a vi. Lot 4 4f bileX21.. Livlnb- of MEI4 ....___..-.27 S 10 ..0oJ! JD. Ahelr.w" _u_,_ .71
clout snarL .tnn, Truby 111'4 tit MM\4, -. IT 8 10 .0 Mr.. Minnie Phllllp.__... n.n
, division .__ ull 5 88 Charley Thom. ____ 11.60 Swat ot 9W4 Q"6W14\ ot p
tDm Portland Is a professional ] are"Think you laughing It's funny at?" Lot ton 4 of Truby bile :2.Cn'a Luring.Sudivicinn : NEMa-Wt' -_.of---N--W----a\ 17 8 10 10 Empire Lumber Co.._ IJ.79 {t

for tUS t.18 a 81 _' Thomas ___._ 11.011 NW'4 of SR% ___ .1..MIW14 I 10 It "
teruiner, he explained."Os stared at her cooly. "You Charley --- 180 : D. 30hne ___.___...IIS 04
I Sybil N'. of lot I of blk 41. Llvinaston I ..f NW\4 ..__...." ..19 I SO 40 Umpire Lumber Cm1.19 i
am I f Well, maybe you'd j must be very fond of him!" Truby a Co' I NLots 1 a8. H of
j R..b-dlvl..lon __ .28 II. ftlver .__._ .__. ..90N'i 8
"What makes think that? lineal WIIII.m" ____. : II.U ?- 1070 Empire Lumber Co.._ II 04
me to try something else." you Leta 11. U 1*. 14 o.I b1k- Lota / B, 8, __--__.IIBlJ 8 SO ISO Empire: Lumber Co.... 244 Xt
To humiliate yourself like this. 2.__pavl" 4..Truby'e! Ad. of NKhi, NBVi of

:TSho married?" Sir Guy grinned maliciously at She arose. "See you later, Alan." 8':1 'tie marice .-..--_u io" a ax L. M. Gray .._-__--___ 17,25of HKU, .- -_-. -. ...83 8 10 JlO T. M. Stevens __.,.._. 47.41 '1'
of B, A N I ft flWI-6 0' RI'J'4' _._ .Ia 1 10 .
40 W. K. fledges _____.. i'.'.
M then. He's dead now. Captain Gaakell. "And never got a She walked calmly towards the lot 8 A all Lot T ex WI of NM', t A (wJ1

,t"Wliafd she do-break a cricket word of thanks for it, I'll be dining room door while Chin Doll S10ftofbile A.N.J. .1' N"Ioof $Wi4 A Nwjj of
Jon *, Addition tol'tl.rk. SID14 aR 80
over his scalp""Now bound." recovered herself. Then she screamed .-.....28 5 J3 MI.. Mlna Mansa ... 114.11 All T ------------55! J 10 840 8110 T M. Steven"r .Co109 14118 01

wait a moment: Don't "Wish I could tell you what she after the departing English woman S 10ft of o4 A all lotS '. All ..- _._.u---_.,138KVi0or 80 140 Emili" Lumber Co... 101."
K* N S ft all tots NW'4 w'fl..nt
art spouting any of your water- said when I tried It said Gar : J. '
9, 10 of blk A. N, NW'4 A NWMof I
Mlt Jokes about folks? who nap. kelL "Don't worry! He knows where Jon Addition to ... W'4 WVi of NIC'2'
Pto Starke' ..- .--_ujj..IS I 12 B. S. Matthew15.8' 15.8 ot -_ II 7 10 __ 41.
look civilized. Anybody the Royal Suite Is. So do I. I hadIt of lotl&alilot- < v.ICt of-NWSi J"1 no Unknown .. _.? 41 a
"You never used to be so partIcular S lOft i of S ,
lib that must be..a noyel sight to myself the first time I sailed on 8 Ex N 5 ft and alt tots : N"1i 01' IiIW".q
She tossed
..... said China Doll. 9, 10 of bib AN., J. ffStt SW\I a !

her head and turned to Mc this ship. Jones, Addition to : swy4. II 7 10 1110 R. A. W...... Co: ,
SCUBA Doll got up' and walked Ardle. "Wen Jamesy old Miss Y'uLaDuJacJJ' tried to SrarXe, for 1133 t.xe.18 8 II .'.- E. S. M.tth. _._..-. 110.88 I.ot. II, I. f0 11 11- 4 7 10 41111 H. p, 'Gainey __..=._ 119.99
.err to him you sudden 9 10 ft of lot 7 A< all !sat8exN5ftaalllts9 .. of Let I a all Loot 0. 1 1 10. .
"A -
as he put:on his collar. smooth things over. ., : 111 K. A. W.eke Co..__.. 359
trambo long time no see. \ F" }. 1'11. ot 8'-io ot Lot I a SIi lPS.ty ,
1M wasn't eyer love,with you breeze Is soon over-" 10 of. blk A. N. J Jones I"" .
lCl! aler'e"MLtstan "No fault of mine Dolly." rejoined DoD turned on her angri Addition to 8t.rk4. for _' tee 1& W g18oi N14Lit .

Jamesy gallantly. lowerIng China 1BSJ t.".. .-___ ....-18 11* E. S. Matthews .-..__" 11I.811 4 a N1{ Loot .._ 1 T 10 uo n. A. Weak. Co __... 8117 C
'. .voice ly. "When I want you to sound. 8 10 ft of lot 7 ail lootezN6ttaalllota S1. Lot 11 _____ ___ 1 1 10 40 Mr. Banle Molt ?___ 11.
have "That member "
Ton and I win his voice. 'phone off Golden Bells. I'll pull your S otreYinnAanCor) of NB14 j'
me wasn't In the 9, 10 of blk A. N. J. ---.---. 7 10 I Unknown '
-1IIOre you gave __ .____ .1'
discussion about the lady. I Jane Addition to All KV4 of A of"I w. 1
X Float Is not in your keeping. book or must have took It down roC keil got to his feet. "'I Apolo 8t.rk"j for 1831 .*..._1I 1 11 K. B. Matthews ____ 1(3 HWW N of ')ly ex 1100 r

fad If wrong.1 It's all Lo 3. 4. 6. 8. 7. 8. 6414 A '.-- --__ 8 1 10 II R. A, Weeks ___.._,. 0..J 11 7p
yours Is In mine. Ill keep gigs for tats exhibition. A Mel lot on W aide Lot 1 W.rel f Ity._. I SO Mrs. O..na. Oadwln.1.14
Imder hatches You' see; little "No you dIdn't. You got It my fault. He strode out of the of blk BexSSftof' Lot i nk, i Ward City.-, ? 10 It. A. Weeks Cn ___ 1.11 3'
lot. 7. 8 N. J. Jones Lot 1 Dlk 1 Ward City ,_ 8 7 10 .
J. you and I are fairly top-notch right. "Oh Just s one-man girl, dining room. Addition to mark' ..18 S It R. s. Wadln -____. 84.88 Lot 4 Rlk t Ward Ctty__ 8 7 iv )Mn.e. A. O.en.Weeks Oodwln Co. __ ,.06 l

IIue, but ta any other part of huh?" China Don, contrite, overtookhim Lot I. 3 of blk 1 -B.! t.Matthews Lot I BIll/ 8 Ward City __ 8 7 10 Mr. O.ena Godwin--___..
< "J1
It world we'd be soiled eltfaiens- "Yeht But I got a waiting list." In a corridor, grasped his arm to St. Addition-. ..A"Lots -18 < 11 B. .8. Matthew _."_ 11.81 1nte w14 I."r.cU 4 Rik Bill 0 Ward 8 Ward lty. 3 7 8. ')1. n. Crosbya -__.;

lot decent at all. He followed the direction of her tightly. "Gee,' Toots rm awfully i. .rhoef.ilk..1.i .E.! fl. 'lty{ ;:' .-:::-:..__:;.:..:. 9 1 10 R. A. Week Co. ....__. 4.5 '
Addition "A"Lott" !
.3 you're not deceent' C0meaa C1B.llce-to Captain GaskelL She'sa sorry I blew up like that honest I Matthew. Stark for 1037 1 taxe.11 I II-E. B. Matthew .___ 41.00 AU All'Blk IfIk 7 .Ward x. Lots City I, I. 10,_ 1 1 10 II A. Week 'Co. ?___ ..,. Q;'

ul fine ]looker that Mrs. hurriedly of blk 1. K. 8. ..
someone mighty am. -her word* came I. 11 Ward City 1 1 10 n. A. W..ke Co. 19,01 i
**!r lIbe'c 'Dever take me "But Matthew Addition A"Loo" 1i. 1/16m ?
J Barclay.. but breahlessly In her remorse. Stark for 1833 taxe.18 < 11 B. 0. Matthew ___ II." Lot.Il'L _____ 1 1 10 ;
["When he does, he --rt.' saflf away from a girl like yon tn a hookers of Scotch and that fact \ 1. 3 of bib 1. B. 8 Lo1' 'dIh elte:. 1, R. A. W..k. Co.____ 81,11

'" the course rve set'.' thousand years." that Fm so fighting nuts about Matthew Addition "A" : Ware_ / T 10 Mr*. S. B. Mott ., '..7t 1 I
to mark' for Kit.taxes.28 3 11 B. B. Matthew __. 1131 Lot 4 RIk 11 City 1 1 10 Mr. -- ?,
rIm Ciena
sailing it, too.AJanl"lIhe!: "What makes you think she's you-" All blk I B.! H. Matthew Lots I. I 11. II folk II uodwln1.90, 4,

"Who defensively taking anything away from me r' "You've really saved me a lot Addition bile IBM.!"A-' Matthew to. 8ta.rke.18All t II-E. B. Matthew .---,-. 11.18 Lot Ward 4 Blk Glit I{W.rd----.-City..------ 1 I 1 T 10 10 _- Mr Mr*.. O.ena Godwin .--. 11 Z'

o said you weren't 7" He She addressed the waiter at her of trouble. You've painted the Addition "A" to Btark Lots 1. 3. 10. JJik U Ward Laura JU. Baiter, .1' t
bd 1933 tares _..___33 1 11 H. 8. Untth.ws ___ 11.30 ..
at her for her with a for City I T 10 _
h more gently"Did shoulder vlclonsly. "Bring me another whole dirty picture All hlk 3 E.) 8. Matthew W 10 k of ---------b----- Mrs. O..na 004wl&___ $47 to

wr see an T nice truthful brush. Thanks. "A" to Starke, Ward ... .
English river Itsand ) double Scotch"Gaskell Addition Cltr / 7 10 _
..... cool and d....., 'Pest aia broke Uncomfortable "Don't talk like 'that LamMe. for 1931 taxe. _____18 1 11 E. S. Matthews ___ 11.111 [.ot. I.. 10 elk 11 Ward Unknown'_' _....__ T. 1 y
hUe 1. a! H. MatthewsAddition I Clt _.
All / 1 80 _
like that alongside any silence. "Afraid youTl find this old I get scared when you-" -A" 'to 1t$ark., Loa I. lf Blk 10- W.rd- .Mra B.nle I Mott __.. 1.11 r.

out : 1131 taxes. _. .'.__ ___II I 11 E. S. Matthews __ ".61 .
I here "The best thing can do Is to for City / 7 10 _
Sybil, you Unknown
come-down .
dirty yellow. awful __... .'
hull an .1'
!i *%; Lot. 1, 2. 1. 4 of bill 3.Temples Lots 4. 7 9 JUk,32 Ward .
with the filth and of Mall. get off the boat at Singapore'To Addition to ..
slop after the Royal City --- 3 7 10 Mr. OienaMr
bl world's garbage pall floating i"Oh I dolt know-- there's ( Be Continued) ; *ln..- '__f"TiWH .1I < 11 AH.. Hail ______ 11.1I1 Com Ito yd W of $"ECo 004..ln_." .I.n u ,
< 3U NW'4 or 8m'4 01 MW1a run
t. _.
T ,1' His mood to something very real and dramatic 8 of Madison '' at w 17 ds 30 yde to rward

IIIIrIc banter."I'm' .sure .7OQ'U about this atmosphere-machine Any carnival _showing Browns known a* J O Alvaroreeld.nce :, South Boundsry: of
%0 blk ex I lotlnNW
the City Ib.nn. E on
differences"'l guns and barricades, ,'pirate and ville Texas Is required to post a cor cold to J. L. said d

8e left.1 her with that to : dashing captain public liability bond of 10000. Peek .-------.2$ 3 11 VV. Andrew, Jr.._ 14.IS conlt1.dll.. t ;. 7 .0 .
..' Dante
poises you-a Motl .
gold, _
.. Of us I I acres In 8W r.ofNWH N NVnoof' :Whya IIm\4\ of .. 29,11 VJ
quarters. She stared sailing a Spainlsh Main." 1' of 8W(4 _-.- _.. 0 11 Mr. J. 8. Wynn,....,.._ 17.88 I W,. ', .
ably I after him until the signlfl- Miss Yu-Latt leaned forward. I The Rev. Joseph Glover set upAmerica's Com at a stake on ditch ',' : of Wv/Wy ..._.__, 0 T .0 lee Mr. C. A. t.wi.,1.5w4 .
IIIet of where Madison St awed NWAEV.la! ..._._ 9 'I
bis at
first printing 40 Mr. J.
: words sank In. Then "Tve been trying to remember- press ditch connect A N r, o T 110 R. Groove __ fi.l/
"1 a ..' ofO'4 ao .0 Empire] lumber. Co. 11.61 '
rage almost Insane London two Cambridge Mass. run 8 on said ditch lie HW 7 8.
; she I saw In _
Tm you .0 J.I..
sure ,' Wat.re .__..;.
98 ft W 4- +
the book ft, B 108 ft. N ,),,, l, IIW! of 8E14 ] r
i ICafIlIt IB her hands years ago. I4r_, Barclay: -NOT."I'I or FLNCTIntlV. << IS ft N 334 ft to Mad- ',m;;"" ,( ,, '' It a JIf; fA0 ,C ot ,
the wail. kicked blnDotl broke Into the conversation or the Icon St. W on said! St ;"" '. } ofW1t ______u..U T 10
over a W.of Starke.R. Mlddleton Florida.mayor by virtu of 70 ft to beg In NWtf of '!...<:.., ... Nsw NW..t 8WI{, 81 -Unknown _.......__. n.u 41

Mait. the groomtoilet article.RI affecting an English accent City authority vetd In m* by Jaw, do 8WH u -- ._- --:--....II 3 11 3. C.' Robinson ___ 49.01 gwv\ ..f / .x 11 100
r "I wag tbeah that season hereby call an lctlon to be held Com 188Mi ft B! of-SB corof ,, j N : .. _
did not =: the city hall In the aforesaid city CaUur.n... 8t* .' 'tIc% of 'E1w_11 T 10 187
see at Umpire Lumber !
IItU Chins Doll againbetwee0OJame.ythMcAedle what' Jolly fun too paddling my Tuesday run .S105ft,01211ft All .. -.U T Co.,.._ 11819 }
Ibe by the qualified voter on -- 30t0
-- pretty little punt .dorm the cool September 10th. 1938. for the purpose N 103 ft to Tall St. N 0t4 01 NI: NW'4 of Empire Lumber Co.-... 149.11.
of electing the following officer es W on said St to NWI{, a Nt of ,Eye a
rd crystal Thames.1 I ties *' t 11 _rJ.J.A Bffle Johan___. 11..* awl(, ot 5W14 -- 1 !0NW
;, Romanoff at the Cap- : Sybil covered the remark by On.: mayor s30ftolots2,4ofDlk .1., .. .. 10(4 .f NWV asw "p f11 100 Empire Lumber_ Co. .., 41."
1 table 1 J. n. Jones Add._____SI'' < 11 I.I.! Corpenln _... Dill of N 14..1l T 10 .
that to the high-born Two alderman.On EoaN SOO Empire ffME'4Aef
evening.. Her speaking loudly assessor Lot 3 of bib 1. City Park 'U Lumber Crt ,,,...4091lll
tax 7
t: **. Bet m hard lines, bel'IIDnaturally Chinese girl: "Of course. Miss Y.- and tax clerk collector.treasurer Sub-dlvlelon .11 I 11 T. B. Young ..-_-__ J.10 ; aW11 4. .jw"il o! 10 40 Unknown "..- ___ ,

:a IIIl1e" to bright, but be was ,Lan. It was at the American Em- On.Inspector mar.b.lI.of"said election. -F. A. Lot U"U 7,3... 19.13, SO.14:,' 31.1.. 13'IIi. 8m": t NEIf iii 6 4'-R'of; _.. 7 10 10 IL H. Howard __.. |0.03 i

Sir Gay and Sybil' Bart bas y-" Scott, T. N. Kendrick, K. A New frac-1 lot road -- -__ ___. 10 r. C.
raucous of bite 1. CI lt y-F* k 9wt4 of IIW'4 :_.,,___ .,31 T 10 JJ Holllos-.worlh.,,, ,' 1111 ?
uttered a
I ,., China Doll win testimony whereof I hereunto Sub-dlvUlon .l.* f M _' W. B. Watson __.? '0.0' .Et1of.W'4nS10A O. C. Kelley _,__.__. .?. j
i Barclay and.I have been horaelaueii'Really., It was Just subscribe name and cause the Lots 8, 0. 7 of bill 1 City.Park A BW!% OK Tiiuie.' ._ .. IS T 10 70 J. Padg.tt
my W.
5Ps note. Sir'GUJ'1 said for words" she said seal of th hereunto Sub-division _...!? 1 II r. IU Young ?._._.? .71 B! 14 A of MISV. of ,,11:% ...__ '1.10
"I too amusing fixed this atIt:11.O: Augut A. Lot 12. 13 14. nil of Ire M S A.- A.--,1. T 10 I O. C. .
rods knew her long before Imitating Sybil's English accent blk.. City-Park Sabdlvlafon f Beg ft W of KHy __ 1.97 0"t.
1131. ,, '
D. .._U 111 W. B. Watson __ '.IS / 19e15x2 :
perfectly. "Therewas I with a cinder W. ]s! Xld4Ie.n. _. i- Wflon f
O-j; dldn't Mayor Lot 4. I. .. ". 1. --.i. .t -1 l >
meet Captain Gaatll fat ay eye u large ss a paving SEAL! ) bill.. City-Park Sab- thence '4. mil to M
after I wee married Sir Mock with the Grand Duke on one Auut; Division' -. ---___-3S 122 W. B., Wat on _._ line of NW4! thenc
SYbil.Jd. I''J K J." tt, N to beg04.41'A -
side of me and the Marquis on the CARL .I0HNS. Tax. Collector .. -
:nYu.LaJa City l Clerk.7.sIt1. .. '. H---CARLCity atsrk florid -_ 7 19 34 :Mrt'aai. U.etS.._ 1911 ,
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Family Reunion At Home of Hiss Daisy Moore Weds. I LAWTEYO. I THERESSA versity of Florida in ---

J. PhlMlpa.Entertain ,JVerH'.....d... .. spent the week-end CrunpSI'11i
lt Mice Rhotfa) BrlBtert Verre.p..de.Mrs here
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. PrescottThe Floyd P. Johnston Mr. with h
; for Mrs. Blackburn 1e'ente anarelatives Mrs, J. J.
Clearwater CeremonyThe J. E. Owsley and son, Mr. gel
,3ocietr14 country home of Mr and The home of Mrs. 1':. B. Arwood ler.Mr.

Mrs. L. C. Prescott was the scene following! clipping taken was the scene of a farewell party Blanton Owsley, who have been and Mrs John Hall
of a happy family gathering last spending the summer with her dialer children of an
from Sunday'.'Issue of the Clear- given Wednesday afternoon for Starke were
Thursday afternoon, In honor of water Sun will be of interest to Mrs. D. !.Blackburn who la mov- Miss/ Ida Hagan, and othor here Sunday VlalUn

Mr. and Mrs. Ford L. Prescott and the many friends here of Miss ing to Hawthorne to make her relatives and friends returned to Mr. aid; Mrs.

I Mendoza-Johns Miss Trask Wins Polk children, of Dayton, Ohio who are Daisy Moore, who Is the only home in the near future. Mrs. their home 'at ;Perrine, Fla., last and little daughter Arthur, llipl
County Beauty ContestThe spending several weeks here. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Blackburn has been a resident of Wednesday.Mr. of Ocala were Visiting Lout
Jr. and Mrs Thomas J. Griffin At six o'clock a delicious buf- Moore of Stark and who has this city for several years, teach- and Mrs, : Jesse Adkins of Mr and Mrs A. L. her pareDt

announce the marriage of their following article taken from fet supper was served by Mrs. R. been'a resident Clearwater for ing In the Lawtey Junior High Jacksonville were visiting his sister Sunday.Mr. Sullivan, h,

daughter, last Thursday's Issue of the Lakeland D. Bowers and Mrs. Ford L. Prescott several years V School. She has made many Mrs. R. M. Hersey last Saturday .
Mrs. Thelma Johnsto News will be of Interest to and Mrs Ed Prevatt
The family party was com- she
"The marriage1' of Miss Daisy friends here who regret that children of Starke
the many friends of Miss Eunice posed of Mr. and Mrs. L. C Pres- this Mrs. J. Walter were viiltb
Moore, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. is leaving city. Zeigler who has her
Dr: Carl C. Mendoza parents Mr.
of Jacksonville Trask of Lakeland, who has vis- cott; Mr. and Mrs. Ford L. Pres- Daniel W. MoattKof Starke, Fla., The party was attended by the been spending: a while here with Packham, here and Mrs. W. t

", ited her grandmother, Mrs. W. H. cott, Lewis, Laura, Frances and and Floyd Perryman Johnston son following ladies: :Mrs. W. F. relatives left Tuesday for a visit Mr. and SUnday.
\ at six o'clock, Thursday evening, Perkins several occasions: Mrs. Johnnie
here I
P. on David Prescott of Dayton, Ohio; of Mr.,'and Mr*. J. Finis Johnstonof Moore, Mrs. Jennie Henshaw Mrs. with her sister in Illinois. and baby of Adk
August eighth "Before a capacity house at the Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bower, Hollis, Jacksonville,
Greenville,'I1L, will take place J- :M. Reddish, Mrs. J. H. Moore a
in Waynesvllle, N. C. Polk Theatre last four. Miss Ruth ZeIgler who Is attending spending this week here
Hubert and Jean Bower of Tampa I with
Mra M.. Jewett Mrs. W. J.
: at the Methodist parsonage, the reached unanimous decision at an early morning ceremony today Philip summer school at the Uni atlves. I'I!
judges a ; Mr. John Camp, Jack and in the garden of the home of Chandler, Mrs. W. F. Godwin, MM.
q Rev. Paul Hardin, Jr.,
In the selection of Miss Eun-
: the Ruth Camp of Gainesville; Mrs.Mary Mrs. James A., Winkelman, Sunset R. R. Tbede, Mrs E. M. Bennett,

/tt Dr.performing and Mrs. Mendoza ceremony.will re- ice Trask, daughter of Mr. and Dreher, Mlcanopy; Mrs. L. Point Drive, where Miss Moore Mra. C. Dinkins, Mra. T. J. Terry, BOREE FUNERAL HOME
Mrs. Robert Track, 218 West Park
L. Bellah, Gainesville; and Albert
has resided during the summer. Mrs. M. B. Futch, Mrs. Lucille
side in Jacksonville. Street as Miss Lakeland. Pun line of Casket .4t Undertakers Supplies
Hainlia, of Miami. The Rev. Selwyn Smith, pastor of Beck, Mlsa Salome Blackburn, AMBULANCE SERVICE

'V "Miss Mae Morgan won second Calvary Baptist Church, will per- Miss Bessie Terry, Mrs. H. B. Ar- DAY AND MIGHT

'* Florida's constitution was fifty I place honors. On VacationJ. form the ceremony; wood. Mrs. O. J. Phillips, Mrs. W.
'I years old on June 9, 1930.V' "Miss Track, a beautiful brunette i 53 PHONE 53
H., Edwards, Mra. O. W. Roberts
'; _____________ her selection asLakeland's "Plans for the wedding have G. II. BENNETT, Mgr.
',\\f' R. Kelly, who is employed in been kept extremely simple There Mrs. W C. Wooten, Mrs. H. L. Cot- "A HOME-LIKE
most beautiful girl, receives the office of the Clerk of the INSTITUTION"DRIED
will be no attendants and only a ton, Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs L. C.
th' the privilege of attendingthe Court, A. J. Thomas, is enjoying few of the closest friends of the Smith, Mrs. J. C. Prevatt, Mrs. V.

RITZ THEATRE state beauty contest at St. two weeks vacation. couple will be present at the cere- R. Reddish Mrs. James G. God-
later In the month at .
Yr, Petersburg During Mr. Kelly's absence Miss mony. win, Mrs. :M. B. Plummer, Mrs. J.
i,I STARKE which time Miss Florida will be .BLACK EYE
,. Dorothy Sapp Is assisting Mr. "Mr, Johnsto*'and his bride- A. Howe and Mra. J... C. Prevail.
of candidates -
chosen from the
'rl'f group Thomas In his office.HUSSION elect will walk together from the
PROGRAMBEGINNING representing many Florida City Council Meets
: house to the far.end of the gar- PEAS 41k 25c
FRIDAY cities HALL den where the.ceremony will take The City Council met at the o
"In the event that Miss Track Hall
: evening for
r City Monday
A review of some Bible Studies, place in the pretty setting among
FRIDAY AUG. 18TH. should there win further honors their
regular monthly meeting
already given, was used as a bases' trees and tropjcal. shrubbery, with FANCY BLUE ROSE
she will be the recipient of a tripto
"Charlie Chan InEgypt" plans were made for submitting
of study on Tuesday evening at the picturesque'ock pool and its
Atlantic for the national Whole Grain
City several
projects the benefit of
the at the
weekly meeting Gospel colorful planting aa a background.
.. contest September 811. Miss America Mission. "The On The Willows the community to the new works i1rAN' NIDWHEREELONOMYRUItS
Harps "The bride ,will year her travel-
ly'; Warner Oland will be selected from the ," "The Walk Of Faith," and Ing gown, an 'ensemble' Dubon- Administration which includes aNew RICE 5 Ibs. 25c
,:\\J Htepln Fetchlt bevy of beauties gathered from the City Jail and rest rooms for
,. "Eyes, Ears and That Above The net wine color of Neva slip crepe.
I'at Patterson entire United States. the The time for settlement
}!. Ears". being the topics used. Manyare The gown la fashioned with a city. m nmrnmam
"Judges last night were: Edward of City taxes prior to the year 1934
the thus about which
4fr SATURDAY, AUG. 17TM. treasuring scriptures square-cut neckline, RAJAH SALADDRESSING
: Aujer, Camden, N. J.; Jack Drmestrl learned that that "Thy Word, 0 there is a rucbing of flesh-colored were extended for one month.

,\i. "The Arizonian"Richard Atlanta Ga.; A. A. McIntyre, I Lord have I hid In mine heart thatI lace. The short sleeves of the Personal;; Pts lie; Qts. 33c |
Tampa, and Byron Cooper, Winter
i Obi: might not sin against thee" may dress are finished with a ruffle Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne
a\ Margot Grahams Haven. be true in their lives. of the material, and the fitted who have been
spending some
;; "This contest was sponsored" by A delightful and Inspirational jacket Is faatened with a bow of time in New York City returnedto I SACRAMENTO BRAND-PICNIC SIZE CANS

i SUN.-MON., Aug. 18th-10th. the Sparks-Talley Theatres. part of the service was the mar- the material. The skirt is cut their home here Friday.,
i "CURLY TOP" Attends Epworth velous message In song brought by plain, with fullness in the front Mr. J. B. Spencer representingthe ASPARAGUS'TIPS 2 cans 23c
Mice Bonnie McKinney of Morris- seam. Her hat is a felt model in
,I Shirley Temple UnionA Florida Power and Light Com-
League town, Tenn., a guest of Mr. ani the same color as the gown. The
'r'i''" John BolmRorhelle pany of Palatka was a business A. ft P. Fancy Tub or Print
Mrs. J. D. of who brim is rolled,at the back and extends -
.i'.f Hudson large group of young folks Lyle Lawtey with visitor here Monday evening.Mr. .
from the Methodist Church accompanied their family were present at the to a becoming slant at the BUTTER Lb.. 29cDIXIE
il:: TCES..WKD., Aug. 80th-21st: by Jhe pastor, Rev. B. meeting. A gifted palnlst,' a. forehead. She Will 'wear a shoulder and Mrs James. T. :Moore of
I well as singer Miss McKlnney corsage of small white orchids. Plant City were visiting relatives
M. and
motored -
t( "PARTY WIRE"Jean Montgomery family .
here and .
to Campvllle last Thursday plays her own accompaniment and Gloves, shoes aod other accessoriesare Tuesday.Mrs. CRYSTAL scoco
Arthur night where they attended a meet- literally carries her bearers with of dark brpwn;> L. F. Dinkins of Starke Granulated Finest Compound
j:. Victor Jory Ing of the Garfield Evans League her into the. Gospel message she "Mr. Johnston'arid his bride will was visiting relative here Tues- .

t THUK8-FRL, Aug., 22nd-23rd Union, of which the Starke Leagueis irings. She will be present again leave immediately after the cere- day afternoon. .
Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had
a member. on next Monday and Tuesday eve- mony for Starke where a wedding ,SUGAR. LARD
Daring Young Man'James The nomination of officers for nings when A Bible Teacher, nationally breakfast will be held at the I as their guest Sunday Mr. and Mra. ,

,,, Dunn the Union was held at this meet- known, will be in Starkeat home of the 'bride's parents, with Roy Reddish of Webster, :Mr. and [5-lbs.. bulk
Mrs. 25c 2-lbs. bulk 25c
Bryant Jacksonville _
'I Mae Clarke Ing and iMIss Katie Fugate of the Mission for these two evenings members of her family and friendsas .
1 and Mr. and Mrs. James O. ,
lti Starke, was nominated Presidentand for a Bible study. In Conference guests. They will continue I
,i v l CASH"' NITE EVERY WED Miss Kitty Hogsed secretary, work for some thirty or their Journey'today by automobileto I.Godwin of the State Farm. ALL FLAVORS

; NESDAY. Those attending the other officers being from the more years Dr. W. R. Newell, now New York and will arrive Sep Prof. A. B. Maxwell spent the 15c
SPARKLE 3 Pkgs. .
',1.:1: show Tuesday are eligible for week-end with his family at Green
other of DeLand will have a 111.
'' Leagues. message tember 15 at Mt. Vernon, ,
,;, prize by leaving their name Cove Springs.Rev. .
'.\' with cashier Following the business meeting you will not want to miss where Mr. Johnston Is engaged as IONA
Tuesday. BargainNight
i.wi.. every Friday. the young folks enjoyed a social Monday and Tuesday, August 19 an architect.. family. and who Mrs.have James been Lyle and TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
""t hour with the Campvllle Leagueas and 20, 8 p. m. Remember these Miss Moore was born at Starke their vacation in Morristown. IONA GREEN STRINGLESS
i hostess. dates and be presentik and has lived for several years in
Clearwater where she has acted Tenn., returned to their home here BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

,.. as secretary at the Bank of Clear- Thursday. IONA CUT Ti r' 't

'r' water.'Shj has been closely Identified Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts of BEETS No. 2 Can lOc |
.. :, ..,. with sotlal i and civic activities West Palm Beach returned to

here and-'ls' a'member of the their home there Sunday after LARGE FANCY HEAD ICEBERG

,"! ",,. Junior Board 'of Directors of the spending several weeks at the LETTUCE 2 for 15c
home of Mrs,Roberts' parents, Mr.
a I. Young Women's Christian Association '
It and Mrs.: W. H. Biggs here FANCY MARYLAND .

Miss Kathleen Blanchard and TOMATOES 2 Lbs. 15c |
YOU DONTHAVE "Mr Johnson spent last winterIn
Miss Edwards 'Miami
who have
iii Clearwater and was a memberof NEW JERSEY! COBBLER U. S. NO. 1
been spending their'vacation here
''"_ the office 'staff at the Belle- returned to Miami.Monday. IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs 17c
"- view Hotel. He received his edu-
William Gilchrist of Brunswick, ONIONS Yellow 31bs. lOc
cation In architecture under Frank
Ga., la visiting relatives here this ,
Lloyd Wright of Hollywood, Cal- FANCY GREEN TRIMMED
BREAK IN"L ifornia, and has followed his profession week. _
ii I i TO in the moving picture studios relatives Dr. J. in H.Jacksonville Carradlne Is this visiting week. CABBAGE 4 Pounds lOc

at Hollywood and in Oklahoma FANCY GREEN STRINGLESS

'. ... ".- ." Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips were BEANS' 2 Pounds 15c
If'4'E .. visitors to Starke Wednesday-
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F. R. Carradine was a business
Methodist Church News visitor to Starke,Tuesday. < 4 Pounds 15c

THE FORD V-8 Sunday, August 14, two new Rev James Lyle will fill his

members were received in the regular appointment at the'Baptlst r.POST _

Church, J. P. Warren and Miss Church here Sunday at eleven 15c
Leona Phlpps. Last Sunday we a. m.' and eight p. m. to which all TOASTIES 8-oz. pkg. pkgs., ,

.. 1 were glad to welcome Into the are cordially_Inyited attend.. POST .

Church as neW members, Mr.,and CEMETERY WORKING BRAN FLAKES 10-oz.pkg.. lOc
"'- Mrs. Millard R. Judd.
Wednesday night the Quarterly There will be an all-day ceme- Grape NutFLAKE3r7o 'liDRUte 1 Ce

Conference was held at the Church tery working at the Santa Fe .. pkg 100 TAPIOCA.8-oa. pkg AJ10C

sl with Rev. Homer Thompson, Presiding Cemetery Wednesday August '21. Maxwell House m LaFrance

Elder of the Jacksonville Everybody Is Invited to come prepared COFFEE, Lb. 290' POWDER' Pkg.

District, In charge. Rev Thompson to work.

vK .. -- e.II was accompanied to Starke by .M.. L. Watterson, Hampton. WINNER ROCK GROUND
his wife, and they were entertained "MEi STRICKEN: !".,.".. '
at the parsonage by the pastor RHUICTRATIO! I HOOKS GRITS' Pounds 15cIONA
The city counll of tho city of
and his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Montgomery
Starke,' Florida, met August 13th, .
1933: '.tratlnn book SALAD
ho: ::'dlad.f':
of the following
named were stricken from the
CORRECTION book for the r.aitona atat.. in last week's issue council will be In neaalon at ,
Appearing 8 o'clock p. m. on the 20th of August SULTANA I
of the Telegraph through typographical 1936. to hear complaint If any
the following was' and to restore any names that may 25c
error have errnnennalir been atrlckentAndrew PEANUT BUTTER 21-oz jar
given in the estimated county bud- .. W. .-removed.Andrew |
get: "Coroner's Inquest! fees of *, Mr. Eva L*-removed.Ftalnflen ..
Officers, Jurors and Witnesses; Balnden, Roaaremov. WEBSTER'S EARLY'JUNE
$7,942.00." Th".Hne was strictly Huford.R. .-removed. |
flu lord. Mre. Irmar.mo".d.C'ard. ,25c
i been PEAS 3 No. 2 Cans
+ unnecessary and should have R. W._removed.
Wlllla removed.
omitted. Dyal
altogether ? .
> .- Fields; J. H.-removed. "' t+t... ..t.J.
Fields; Maud 8.-removed.Oeary .
SAXTON Wm. A.-removed.Holtsonriorf PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
C. a dead.
..... W. A. Tjl... C.rr .i>..a... Halt .removed.-

Mr. and MrsTA.: A. Summer of Harvey Hall Thelma-vremoved.H. S.-removed. IONA FLOUR6Lbs.
John., 1.1..leD.d., .
Lake City, spent last week with John., EthelDeadJohn.

II Ton; can drive it 50 miles an hour the day'you buy it his Summer.P.parents. Mr.' and Mrs. A. C. Kahr.,,A.Newt Qeo.I. Jr.-C.removed.-_removed.Kruae emiwed.. 12-Lba. 24-Lbs. 48

H. Wood of Lawtey., was avtattol' Kendrlck, Mary Eatelle-removed. L5s
Kick .Dead.- 22c 41c 79c $
here Sunday. Lewis,t"lhffi. 'ir. .removed.Malphure. .
THE FOBD V-8 i. ready for normal driving The reason for this i I. as important a* the Rev. E. L. Hicks filled his reg- Wm.-.m.v.d.

al I when you buy it. There is no tedious period, rrnuh.; -The' Ford V-8 needs no breaking-in ular appointment bere Sunday. Malphur.. ,M Jane,> Wremoved.Morrow -.removed.Morrow. .. ARMOUR'S or
Elbert waa visiting to .
Tyler ,
e>>f breaking-in for 500 or 1000 mile 'You because of unusual accuracy in the manufacture Lake City last week-end. 1\1001','4.Mrs.,-uliuiremoved...mo"ed.McWaIn. LIBBVS CORNED rro.

''s$' ':can drive it up to 50 mile an hour the first of moving parts and the smoothness oft Misses Edna and Addle Tyler .,. Hertha R.-removed.McWaln -removed.. .

s day. And after the first hundred miles you bearing surfaces. Clearances are correct when spent Sunday with Misses Nettle Newton Method, J.Wm.H.--removed.removed.' BEEF' SOAP

Ruth and Marie Starling at Hell- shorn. 8. It.-Dead.Pltttnan. ,
i can drive it as fait as you desire. yon buy the car. It is not necessary to depend bronn Springs., ., W. -w.-r.mov4.t .

That means greater motoring enjoyment for'every on a long wearing-in period to eliminate tight We are sorry to report that Net >..rklna.vatt.' 1"W......rr. M.. -ra;r..r mov. -.r J.Pr .moT.d.Itd 2 Cans ____ 27c 3 -?

motorist. It I. especially important to net and insure smooth I1UU1 ng. Longer life, tie Menton is ill. We hope she will' Reddish
t motorist who are thinking about new car greater economy and better'performance are soon Mr.be and well Mr again.J., C.. Dixon an- Hadillah.. Myrtla Carrie. -H.ramovad.Raddlah. -removed.Btrlnarfeltow. MARY ANN OLD-FASHION

$ ,for a vacation trip-to physician, salesmen bound to result from'such'precision method nounce the arrival of a son, Saturday Strlnvfellow,. W.Mabel O.-M.removed.-removed.Hewell. .'

,and all those who use a car for business. IDThe Ford V-8 gives you fine-car eon trn August 10. H.-J.-removed.Hulllvan MEAL 5 Pounds.13c
= C f3.removedStrickland
,stead of dragging along at slow speeds for along with fine-car performance, co I John Bell was'" visiting, W. A. J. H.-Dead.Htrloltland .
Sunday. Ctiaa. ). COLD STREAM
-rannove< Finest-AIaak PINK
; 'days, you can make good time from the .tart. safety and beauty Wanton 'Summer was visiting Shaffer, H. Y.-removed.Tomllnaon .
: O.
Arthur Swanbom Saturday night Thomas ,Joseph-removed SALMON TaD Can L1Qc
L I Tittum, "'. IL-removed.William. ,
., Ol.*.yremoved.. .
For ytlan.'ear roofs that ,
some Alt tent CARL JOHNS.

FORD8: slide or fold back have been pop.splar City W Clerk L. WALL CVm'n. THE_GREAT ATLANTIC A PACIFIC TEA COMPANY

,J with British motorists. City Council

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H. S. '-
Priest of Madison, '
of the local Five and 'Ten owner Cent I NAT ),fr.' and Mra. E. R. Poppell and Rev. :J.: J. Johnson of Penney TRAIN 1 It.'JIEDt-!< ,,,.
i Store, was a prP)nInent visitor to SEZ: daughter, MistS Ava Lou, of Hast- Farms preached at the morningand Effective June 16th trains 11
I Bits of Starke Monday. ings were! week-end guests of Mr. evening service at the First and 12 will be discontinued and
There is an old Baying that the and Mrs Warren E. Perkins Mr. Baptist Church Sunday morning trains 13:, and 10 will. run aa follows -
m Lord helps those who themselves Poppell remained over for a weeks during the absence of the pastor, :" 1
Mr. and Mrs R. S. Johns of help visit with his brother-in-law and Rev. C. B, Price, who Is In DeLand SouthboundNo

I Ne Lake Butler, were guests Sundayof I Bradford County sister Mr. and Mrs. Perkins. I attending the Florida Baptist 1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. '+
Mrs Johns' t
parents Mr. and : summer Assembly.
:aIrs W H. Green. I soil Is as No. IS Due Starke 4:08 P. M. t ',
I good as any ! CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND other. If they been visiting her brother and ala- Mr. and Mra. J. W. Prather of No. 191-Due SUrke 10.07: P. M. '
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland .lathe can grow tobacco ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs T M. Los Angeles, California are announcing Northbound '4
PROGRESS > guest this week of her mother in other Hutchlngs left the first of the the arrival of a daughter No.2-Duo Starke 5:23: : A. M. 4 1
and sister, Mrs. W. H. Perkins and places and R' week for Montgomery Ala., where Anita Fenella, on Sunday, No. 16-Due Starke 12:43: P. M.
n\ Miss Eunice Perkins make money I she will visit her daughter before August at the Cedars of Lebanon No. 108-Due Starke 5:11: P. M. '-I{ '
t I, see no reason returning to her home In Ishmael. Hospital, Los Angeles. Mrs Starke and Wiuine Branch i
Merrill Futcb Miss I why we can't Mo.. : Prather will be remembered here No. 101 Leaves I
strunlc and June Bullen ,of Daytona Mr. and Mra. A. F. Sauls and Starke 7.00 P. 1r.I i
G.I' to Palatka Tuesday Beach Is here visiting her sister, Miss Louise Snyder, spent the I do the same In aa Miss Fenella Snyder, daughterof I No. 103-Arrives Starke 1:60: P.M. p
"visitorS this section. Mrs. A. F. Saul and the late II.
Miss Beatrice Bullen. T. J. GRIFFIN
week-end In Lake City visiting relatives W. M. Walnwrlght of Jackson- 4;
i How about It M. Snyder, and Mr. Prather ts the
of Ral- of Mrs. Sauls. ville was a visitor here Monday.
Charles JOlllngsworth Wednea- Miss Gunter of West fellows? Why Mr. Wainwright had Just returned son of Mr. and )41'.. W., C. Prather,
Old Will a visitor here Palm Beach, waa a guest Sundayof Mr. and Mrs. J. G.-Lynn and lit not Investigate this thing You've I from a ten days conference In also of Starke They have a host fl
heard that old called of friends here who will be pleased :" i ;
Miss Dorothy White. song "The old
tle daughter, Shirley Jean, spent Washington, D. C., with officialsof
to .
she ain't offer congratulations.Gelatin
-- gray mare what she usedto .
of Tallahassee the week-end in Ocala visiting Mr. the Better Housing Administration .
G, W. Alderman week-end here at his Clerk of the Court S. T. Dowling and Mrs Homer Shaffer. be". Well that name thing applies he being one of the chief examiners -
to strawberries. has pores to the numberof
t the of Lake Butler, waa a visitor in They ain't of the Better Housing Administration
Starke Saturday afternoon. what they used to'be; so let's about 800,000,000 to the Inch. 0.',. .. ."'_
Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza of with headquarters at HoeN .
sweeten 'em up with an acre or the main office In .. ...11...
Jacksonville Jacksonville
[ Saw of Jacksonville, was were guests the first NOW
two of ..
tobacco. .
sal visiting friends and J Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch ani of the week of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Wainwright and their three \ -r.--.....e"M "
Sunday family are enjoying a stay at the and Mra. T. J. Griffin. children who had spent the past aiM _.. X y,
4 tlves.I Peek place at Kingsley Lake. Special! ten clays here with Mr. Wain- al ..... j it leJ
.. I J: Sapp has been confinVtoB6ome Miss Dorothy Turner of Ft. Reg. $1 SHIRTSFor Wright's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. PSEar r ptyr
ifft B. Mrs. G. P. and Miss D. ,
tor several days Raymond Myera has been a guest for sev- Men Wainwright Sr.. accompaniedMr.
Beatrice Bullen spent the week- eral days of Miss Pauline Priest at All Slues Wainwright back to the city.
pii Illness. end In Leesburg,and Bushnell. her home on Call Street.
.. 88cLimited
,. and Mrs. W,' f,, Ellis and Will help finance See Ate for Correctly Pitted
)U you
Ralph of" Lake City is Elbert
Gnann and
at Jack- family of Ok
Sunday I
spent Draw Your flans and Build Gra-
Lamar '' ,
spending' a while here with his
ahumpka were visiting his sister quantity Your Home
uvtlle Beach -.:.- grandfather, W. W. Balsden. 'and brother-in-law, Mr. and ,Mrs S. G. LEWIS t
Full Fashioned W. W. \\'IIITTENGeneral
I inaTlrhTBrown of Lake But- Leaton U. Morgan, Sunday.The -
here last Wed- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Markhamand HOSIERY ContractorBox !WTAUKK' :, FLA.
Will a visitor son, of the State Farm, were members and friends of the! Slightly Irregular 233 Starke, Flo. 118Valnllt St.
y I afternoon. visitors.here Saturday afternoon. W. C. T. U. meet this week on 7Uc Quality
I Mrs. Harold Gertner ofville Friday 3:30: ( with Mrs. O. E. Stans- ---
Mr and J. A. Sasser and of 59c
were visitor to Starker : family bury at her suburban home.
Shamrock, spent the week-end
r afternoon. with Mr. and Mrs. Lemon U. Mor- Mr and Mrs. Randolph Boree of Boy's TIP TOP GROCERY Ural NlrnFiurd
gan. Jacksonville, spent Sunday m
A Starke with Mrs. Boree's parents, SHIRTS
IT( WORn Mrs. O. J. Griffin of St. Augus- Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. Keg. 730 Value Lettuce C. II. NASWORTHV, Owner and Operator PEARS
tine la the guest of her son-in-law 59c

COLUMN I and daughter, Dr. and.Mrs. E. L. Capt. S. A. Bryan of Jackson- FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL
"BELL" SIIIRTS-790 2 Head Karh5c:
Biggs. ville, was In Starke last week visIting -
WANTED for Rawlelgh hia son-in-law and daughter,
Htoutes{ in Parker, Duval, Naau I Mra. A. W. Anderson and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams. Peter1 15c 1 PRICES, AUGUST 16th and 17th If
Counties and Starke. Writey Virginia, have returned froma SHOESfor 1
Rawleigli Co., Dept FAH- visit with relatives in Philadel- Little Mine Dorothy Roberts has
58,, Memphis, Tenn. phia, Pa.Little returned to her home In West Children THOMPSON SEEDLESS OR RED MALAGA BKAirriFUL YELLOW IIIPB
H ____M>aBMnM Palm Beach after a visit here with Oxfords, or Strap"
Miss Betty Darby of Lake Dr. and Mra. E.' L. Biggs and fam $1.25They GRAPES Lb. lOc BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c
SALE: Gardner 3-burner ker- City la the guest this week of her ily. Wear Conger>>
awns! stove with attached oven. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. 7
small refrigerator-reason- Barefoot. Miss Hazel Middleton Is in Mad Last week's winner No. 54. CABBAGE Lb. APPLES Lb.
Apply at Telegraph Office. ison where she waa maid-of- IT PAYS TO BUY AT- Zfc/ 6c
Emmaline la spending'couple a In
AVE YOUR floors sanded the Morgan honor the Norfleet-Smith wed-
of weeks with her cousins ding which was an event of Thurs
We have the latest
|correct way.
Roberta and Elizabeth Gnann at STERNBERG'SStarke
pmenl No hand scraping. day. POTATOES 10 Lbs. 15c ,
ical I references.. C. A. Powell, Okahumpka.Mrs. Nell FloridaMr. =, f
1192-J. North 9th St., Gilchrest has returned to ,
lne8\llUe, Fla. Vonda Inman and daughter, his home In Brunswick, Ga., aftera _
Miss Vonda and ').Irs. George H. two months visit here with his PORK *
and Mrs. T P. Maynardand
R t SALE Missionary Straw- Inman, have returned from New uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. daughter, Miss Honor May- I '
|jferry plants. Will make price York City where they attendedthe 3tggs. He was accompanied home nard, of Branford, were guests LARDDELICIOUS
CbL M. Rhoden, Route 2, Box National Woodmen Cirtle!: Con- by his little cousin, Bobby Biggs, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F A Y
t,war Hellbronn Springs. 'I vention, Mrs. Vonda Inman being who will spend two weeks aa his Scott. 4

.30' Stats Representative. guest. .. ..rj ._ S. 5c

--- --j Mr. and Mrs. J.J.JCanova, and '

j :a: .w .", M ." ..:s. son, "John of Gajn<$' vlrt ,pent OOLD MEDAL FANCY PACK-No. :3 SIZE CANTomatoes

t ]Sunday at Kingsley Lake visiting
MILKTall .1
Mr. Canova's mother, Mrs. L. E.

I Canova. Can. 5c 2 c : :

You are entitled toALL Mr. and Mrs. L. W Halbrook n r+
and son, of Lake City, were week- .o:
end guests of Mrs. Halbrook's parents GUARANTEED SILVER KING '

THESE FEATURES i drews., Mr. and Mrs. W, L. An- 6 LBS. 12-LBS. 21-LBS

when Miss Mattlo Belle Rigby, daughter FLOUR 22c39c75c
buy low-priced
you a; car of Mr. and Mrs D. L. RIgby
of Tampa, spent last week In
Starke visiting her aunt, Miss
Ollie Marr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. m'A.Andreu Ff
spent Sunday In Jacksonville visIting HTKINC.LKSS-NO. 2 SIZE r

sister Mr. ,Andreu'a.Mr. and brotherinlawnnd Mrs. And"Walnwrlght. BEANS 2 Cans 15c I s23c rOIL

Mrs. J. B. Rousseau and Mrs LBS.

-T, .. were John guests Helllch.Thursday of St.' of Augustine Dr. ant,; SARDINES Cans 15c PEARL GRITS 29c

Mrs. B. L. Biggs at their. retildenca
on Walnut Street. LARGE BOX KITCHEN.
Prince Albert Can

; p Mr and Mrs Owen Marr and 3''

f children of Mime, spent the weekend TOBACCO 9/z1 c HES :
in Starke with Mr. Marr'n sis S c
ter Miss Ollie Marr, en route to
Hot Springs, Arkansas.Mr. ,

ilt Wj AG and Mrs.' George C. White STEW BEEF '
Lb 'IOc 1
: BUTTER 29c'Pt1RK
: and little daughter, Frances, of Lb.

fWLtW1t11 Tallahassee, were week-end guestsof -
Mr. and Mrs. G. 'W. Alderman
and Mrs J. W. White..: F E''"' '
o.uaa*Ovaavoa a rr NECK BONES 2 lb s. 25c i

Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and: fiCHEESE Lb. 19c
and them only in daughter, Sara, and Myrtle Mae REAL TENDER FLA.
you get Surrency spent Friday In Lake.
City visiting Mr. Barefoot'a sister, CHUCK ROAST lb. 145.t Mrs. Harry Darby and' family. ,
z Milton Brownlee, Jr., Is attending -
the Officers Training Camp at LAMB CHOPS lb. 35c -=- ---=------ '

he mos"linefyalanceJ'owprice.J; / / ever built Ft. McPherson, Atlanta Ga. When FANCY rUES"
he returns he will resume his government
work In Duval County. PRUNES Lb. '
YM LAMB STEW lb. 15c 6'/c
*are and drive the Master De -
entitled to all of the fae car feature tro leaf Brake Mr, and 14.... Charles F. Ward ,

here when you bay .. ear eDmg in the Laze Chevrolet and learn by actual teat how accompanied by Mr. Ward's daughter SMOKED! SPAGHETTI fll'

tLp"C'a .And the new Muter De Luxe mach the** feature mean in term of added ,. Mrs. Carolyn Cotton- of Lake '

** *it the ...&/ air in ita price range that. motoring enjoyment. Do this and you will ;relative Wales' are la Marietta enjoying and visit Atlanta with, SAUSAGE Lb. 17c MACARONI 1JuJk,1b. 8c'

w Pike 7
4thea Solid Saaaf IWnt-7V Fish ". it*'owner say it i*-the moat finely balanced Mrs.-Roy Bence entertained ,BRISKET DELICIOUS TENDER No. J Can r

-d itf .8IIWta1 .WMfeM Wt.'The'ottll'' ) !'" 'low-priced ear east built. Visit your nearest some twenty-five or more member STEW Lb. 12/c ARGO PEAS

"'- price ti t pre.die famous gliding JCn.- Chevrolet dealer and drive this car-today! of the Christian Science 1St-
*"R**e. Church, Jacksonville, at her Kingley -
eGDJyearaiitapricewithmu.CBEVROIZ1' MOTOR CO DETROIT. MICH. Lake cottage, last Sunday HKLMAN-S
kj?Fi4' >- .. N U C 0 A
-vc- eandW.rfk.'F.4Cakls.Csnder.: At..'s'slMaurs r V.... ... >,
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White MAYONNAISE Vrft 17c; PL 29c
and Frances White were week-end Lb. 21c ,
guests of Mr. J. W. White and .

Mrs. O. W. Alderman,, TomorrowMr.
.9J. :& CHEVROLETTorode
and Mrs. White and Frances i&
will leave Tallahassee for a vaca- SUGAR 5 Ibs. 19c
ion trip going to points of Interest -
: Chevrolet Co.STARKE in the North .and also In ;

Canada. White away they will. "WITH PURCHASE OF ONE BOX'OF ASPIRIN OF 12 FOR 10eII
visit Mr. and Mrs,J',..E. Bradley,
FLORIDA DM Detroit, Mich,, 'J,

hrrn'y% faNw? vrat! trVsv.l. Ii t' +%' .h ,1, ';" ",,_;.i\-\f.-\' .:-; .' '. '::'..IIl''I."r 11r"0'. ,

r ra ., ,. I' 1P1t "" ,f!"""

T.._. ueIescrlpt4o.
T:=7. .. t .A c;.... S- T n A OwaarSH .A ye...s
D-.-rlatloH, lee. T It A. Owner .. .."r..o. e_ T R A Ow. \

T) IA of NEVi of NBV4--21 7 20 14 O. C Keller _. ._.__ '.09 Jnka 29. 19. 10. 81. II.aL uyJL of SH_ of SWVi_ ,_.__of__._,!I B 22 10 Sa.-ahl.: Gleaaon Uhl3.8 RURAL ,
y 84. 30, 38 8L

,\ All 18.NWVi A __of_. NWVi_____ex___EA _.23 7 20 28 O. C. Kelley -__.__ 11.0'SMa 8It. all Blk /8bof 8.A. Lot 67. 68 68. 54 A A"NH/of all t*Lot.*. COMMON SENSE !
I & SE\4.\ of4W L By in SampsonCity ; 12 S 22 SO L. H. Hill __ __ 11.7
of SEIM __ ___.23 7 20 120 J. W. L.wl. ._._____. 411.81 __ --.---_ 4 7 11 W. n. Smith .148.Lots 6O In Woodlawn __ I
% __ _______ Lot. 68, 54 In Woodlawn..lS B S3 20 L. H. Hill ____ d.&Ii By SPUDS

SWvJ PVOd of NW'A NWVi of.__J2 20 80r.: W, Rowel __.___ 11.11 City I,_I_ Ink____10___Sampson_________ 1 7 11 -I. A. 3. McKlnney ___ 1.811 Lot of 89,8W In %Woodlawn of $&\. -_--_-_-_14NH 14EH B B 22 22 20 10 Rosa Unknown William._ ____________ 11.9 11.03: JOHNSON
: 10 20 II. Howard 11,1W Lot 3 Bill ampson
NW% -NE'4 rx"fe A.23 80 H. ---- ____ 4 'I 11 -I.. Kite : ____ ._ 1.811lk. of Lot 46 In WoodLo'fVsi. -
,{, of BEST of _11I&.4_____& 11 '1.0 60 S.' L. Preacott _._._ 24,1 city. 17. lit $Iampllon----City. 4 7 It Millard Viroe. ___._--__- ,8.111 ______"111 S 22 B 11'. A. Fisher ..._._. 8.81 TRUCK GROWERS URGED
2T"27; In
28 I TO
SW% nf 8m14 end of PREVENT
r .U All 8ampinn Blk 71c31t: ex a '.H Wondlawn ___-__... .6 22 40 Unknown _.-___._ 15.2; FROM DISEASES

:4.. 11.10 strip0 ft wide _______ 4 7 It 7011'.. .1'o..phln. Hall__ 1.1111 E% of Lot 21 !n Wood- PLANT SEEDBED
( All WSy of NW'4 of 8WI, ,,- lawn -- _--_ -__---.....'.'is B 22B S J. L. Harvey ____._ U7; -
NW1,4 VfiRF&fay 7 20 120 Empire Lumber Co. 10.18 of nf Ry--_____ 4 7 11 I D. 8. Jon..' :____ 1.11II Lot 4, 18 In Woodlawn _.18 23B SO A. R Bowden ______ 11.9 "An ounce of
c. !: II 8W'IW8 Cor of BW% Lot 28 In Woodlawn _.__.17 22B 10 J. L.. Harvey .,_,___?. 2.'74 prevent!lo11

: *',(y of NW1,4 of SW%-----It' T 20 60 Unknown ..______ n.1I :f I.J:; 4 7 It ,8 llIIa..4' 'Vetoes ____._ 1.811 tlS4of Lot14ANS4of worth a pound of cure.
f 'SWIM of SW'4 Com In cen--------- ..... i Lot 23 A all Lot 4818 22 20 J. L. Harvey _____ //I.U In

v,{, of NE'4 leas'. "urch26 1 A In 'I 79 .'1'. D. Dyal _----__.._ n.n F. Ry track opposite .. Lot 17. 18 In Woodlawn .18 11.3 20 W. C. Blaney _______ 8.0 disinfect advising Florida grower..
:J NE ('orfo. 8WS430 4 .201 10 Mr. Hester Sapp -. 10.17 mli. pout marked 114 All Lot 86, 87 A BH ofLot their plant beds tonl
of 1'l1O' of 1 I 11 20 W. H. ____ 8.07'r from Maenn A 41 from t 30 A 0'1 of Lot 43, vent the seedlings f beiLP I
of NW or 8Wys I 40:1. D. C.rmlchasl' 11.71IE'4 Palatka A run E on :!Io:ri 44 A &'Aa Lot 61 In rom
__.14 -----
N i.% of 8! _...._____Y__M93 Ii It 40 J. I>. Carmlchael ___ 11.711 said RY track 117 ft. iii >+ ot.A.1. tacked by diseases,, Dr w, B ;,
", ]\ of JIIE _U I 11 80 J. D. Carmichael ----- n.n 19 ft t .' L dale, Experiment '2
W.__ thence : :nPt.o: W 785 ,'. Lot 8a. 68 In Woodlawn.19 B 22B 20 8. H. Thompson __ _. 10.18 Station
'i', N"%"" of NW34 of ft. N '1111% ft to S. A. 1.Ry ,. Lot 49, 60 In Woodlawn.19 23B 20 Unknown -.. .__.. '.82 pathologist, sounds this old, b
N N& : Lot 33 In Wood- true
All right of wee' thence ; WH of adage
W of 8t.t. Farm: __ _10 22S B J. L. Harvey _______ 1.0.
W84 ______U 6 21 85 W. H. Watnwrlcht __- 14.8(1 N 71 dgrees East on .? lawn -- -- ------ -
Bo.di. _____. held right f way. .n x. '.H'ft. Lots II 900n "Much better results
:i, 1J'Ao of AW',4 ex 1 is acreIn th.ne. 401 ft to pt ,', to,) Woodlawn' :___-_.__.20 22S 40 F., W. Hall __..___._, 13.011 ed by are obUu
,'i." NW Cor ex also that.. of be1I A __________ 1 7 It 11 -W. H.'Smith -______ '..86SIAl Lot 64. 68. 58, 69 In employing; methods to p
!' portion' N r0ufnn1n. W of N"% of SE"of .:-'If' > Woodlawn -_ :__--__--_SO 22B 40 M. H. Carter _?.......,. 18.18. vent or delay the first !Intecll
.';' count road BE NI!. o( S'1 '... \f\,< Com 830 ft E of BW Cor than by waiting until
'j" from State 21 Wain- of 81314' fBE% ex of NBH of NWH A run dl8ea8V
B 115
__*5 \ 7!
;t 4k SWVi of SffiFarmroad% __ ,' MwriShtM'ud .___ 41.AS I A In SE Cor&NS4 N 896 ft, 330 ft, S 391 pears to begin methods of
..--17 II 21 no O. L. Sapn ..__ ?.___ 2504 of 8Wi4 of SE\4 d_ II 7 It II D. S..7on. _.______._ H.U ft, W. oEf 22B 8 A", J. Lowery ,...____ 8.69 bat," Dr. Tisdale co
Rof 8E' __of-sW---.17 I 21 20 Geneva Thomas v.92 I A In Ar Cor of N"% ofS4 Lot 6, 6 Blk 1 LawfeyU 22B -I. T. Reddish ._____. 16.7Lote says.
r of 8W _____28 5 11 40 Mr.. Maud Walnwrlcht 11.71 of SE'4 of 8E'4 ---. I 7 It I Millard Varner. ---- 1,01NEE4 1, 1. Blk 2 Lawtay__23 22B J. T. Reddish ____ ..17 Grower are now
," IIFJ of \__ .18 I 21 40 B. C., Alvares -----___ 12.7B of 813' 19 Lot 3. 4, 6. 6 Blk 3Lawtey beds for preparln
NE NWK Mtt ('01' ccx'' Of ARlSii4of ___ 28 22B Mr. Catherine. Tear__ 20.61 and fall vegetable ero
I4WS4 .
: nt --81 B fie8 Bmplr Lumber Co.___ n." & Elfa < Lot. 7, 8 Blk 3 Lawtey.23 22B -I. T. Reddish _.__ 11.80( certain annual
tt, 9 W t BiC'k 8 of 1tVJ,___& N W'oof! 68 144 ______ I 7 It 80 W. H 8mnh _________. Ill Lot 2 Blk 8 Lawtey____-.23 22 :Mr*. Enoch Grtftl.__.,-_,11.9< Strong, healthy ornamental!
!: % Lumber (::0.. 88.81 % 112 ft W of NB Cor seedlings are vd
4 t IAI ____ ._..__ _u B 21 203 Empire NW\4 of 8W4&8W'' Com
,, __ ___ 'No of of Lot 4 Blk .4 A run Important in the success of
,Ill N'AffiofE NE'4 of4 SWI.__(_, _"__13 B 21 60 W. B, Bloo4 wo..th.,.__ 20.16 of 8W I 7 11 820 Emplrs Lumber CO._._ 811.11: B 100 ft, W 68 ft. N 100 crop. Because of the t
% of of NE1,4 of'N--------------- ft, B 68 ft to beg___._23 B 21B W. H. Edwards _____, 28.51 thick ata
'I NEV of NW'4' & 81A1.'WI 811% __ _.___..________ 8 'I It 11..11. Emplrs' Lumber CO.___. lU.711 Lot .4 Blk 7 Lawtey ___.SSBH 22 unknown _____________ '71.90< of plants In the seedbed and the
\' NwlIL of NwIM NE All ___ 7 7 II UO Empire. Lnlnber Ca134,75 of Blk 8 Lawtey____23 22 W. C. A Jeaiil,* Wooten "11.15Lot. tender condition diseases
I y of SW'h. & 8'At of E 410 tt nf NE'y o--f NW14 8, 4 Blk 23 Lawtey.23 22B Eva A. Grant 8.19! can d
Ii fsWA\ Sm__%____-_-__j g _jNW'vro'f 220 Empire :Lbmber'Co.___. 44 86 8 of branch It M HO ft Half Block 6 Lawt.t.----U 22 Abble 8. HarlsyII_ 11.91 stroy many or all of them In 1
_.84 6 21 :20 Geneva Thomas --.... 6.83 of of NW I 7 It 10 Mr.. Berry D.a1 ____ 8.811 Lot 1 few days.. It la wine to take tj
< WSwrif NW% 16.88 815N 8WVa of Wt"y: ___ _:_JS S 22 Unknown ______ _
.t ______U I It 80 Bmplr Lumber Co._ N E% & ,-----_----- ._ 28.81
__ 'if ,
it'; !''IMa of NW\4 __ _.._.__-,_ 8 'I 11 80 W. H. Smith __._._-.1 1'7." Ben at NW Corner of sure to keep these diseases out

", sm',6 not NES4 _k___NE'4______of__18 B 21 80 W. C. demon _.__.... 26.63 NW'4 of NWt( ________ 9 '1.1 ..0 Unknown _________ 13,71NP'4 Lot1&runS145ft.E plant beds.
: nf -- 9 7 J1 180 Unkno '1'. ____ 41.43SW ISO ft for beg,
A In sm Cor oT w-z- aJ't.cffft The
About T thence '' 8. cost for treating plant
1;; of Nm'4 & SE'4 Ew4__u______ II 7 11 .0 Unknown '....__.___ It.7.Eo 100 ft, W 60 ft. N 100 la I relatively high and >
of NEa1plattedlandsto ,{, (' 8W", of ft to pt of bee :BaatLawtey carelesam
f.V. NW Cor'" BW*14 ex ofSfflSA'ft'tj" EO. _u_____________._ 3 7 U 120 W. H. Smith ____.__. 20.91NE44 ___- .-_.' Unknown __ __________ S.S1 In certain operations can make i
? ft of NE'4 .. I A tn Lot 1 Sub Dlv Lot 13 whole
b NW Cor'J SW Cor ____ .10 'U n Volley McKlnney ___ B.n East Lawtey _. _.? Unknown __,_______ UI process worthless Whet
of RW'/ of NHW run ft I A oft eW Cor of NE4of Lot 16 East Lawtey Q lady. Green -_______ 1.78 properly done however the rest!
.", 8 8B8.8 ft B 1434 ,1 NIIIM: W .f road & Lot 34 A Lot 26 A East will Justify the
thence Northerly 118 8W% of NE'4 & 8E'4of Lawtey "! _- M.: 3. Bell _.__.,.?__._ 111.8. expense.
)1 f t W ISf' ft to bS' ? *.18 B 21 95 Laurie C. ....88 NEIM ex 7 A off SIIld. Lot 27 East Lawtey ____' I.. H. Hill _____-_____ 1.21 Chief among the parasites whi
E(4( of NW% of 8B--cor _-- -_--___10 7 .1 70 Unknown __________ '8.U'A Lot 29 East Lawtey _-_, Mrs J. T. Moor __ 12.6' infest plant beds and kill or
'1' awVtof of NW on S side of Sill: (, ofNIM Lot 87 East Lawtey .... Joe Cooper _______ 8.79 wea
.,' Hof NID'4It. runI !: ___________.---10 'I 11 7 T. L. Cra/Rr ____.._____'. 8.118NEIM Lot 41 East Lawtey ?__ Marlene Samme ____ ".1'7 en seedlings are nematodes
I M 959.8ftE14fttoa of NF 11 7 110. W. H. SmJth________ 8.85WI. Lot 46 East Lawtey _?_ Marlon 8amma r_" 4,85 fungi which cause damping
:: rl.ht of way thenee (, of SE'1 Lot 46 Rat Lawtey ____ J. W. Roblnnon ____. ..27 Other
'If Northerly 818.7 fll.W of 8W\4 of 11 110 Jae Kit. ________ U.8f Lot 48 Ea.t Lawtey ____ J. W. Robinson ___?_ 8.111 parasites may be Introdu,
i 1282, ft to beg In._SV4_ 88 B 21 S Maud Walnwrlght ---. '.'11 S A of NF of NW'A.11. 7 11 10 lae Xlt. __ _______ 1.98 Lot 49 East Lawtey ____ .- Fannie Robinson _.__ 1.'" ed Into the beds by seeds. Some d
,\.4;. NE* __ ______ A- -In-- f0V. 11' 11 ..0 Unknown ..______._ 18.'. 2 Otta Sub Dlv East the parasites
''r Ifl0v of NEIM ex about% 7 A 9Wt4 of NW R Nl4 of LOla t __..__ __..__ Florenc. Bell ?____ B.S8 notably those cau
4l NB Cur A e. 814 Lot 7 Otta Sub Div East log damping-off are of Importan
.J In TBB Cor A ex Cor platted& .x 8'hy4of of NWU4&" oyof Lawtey Fannie Garner ,____ 8.04 only in the seedbed while othej
lands tn 8W NE'4 of Dfv East
& A 1434 8W14 Lot 16 Ott Sub
i N of Blk S'(, of NIIJ'4 of N&\4 A6EV4 of of ASH
ala" _. -. NH SWVi BBH seedlings but will cause
Htellbronn liprln. of -.. of N&% & NE'4 "" of NWH of SEH_.24BWVi I III to David Durban _______ 19.11 great
f that portion JI] of road of 8E'4 ex 100 It right < of 8EH' of SWVi24 II II n W. A. OoodefellowB ____, 11.79 damage after the plants have bed
Nw& of NE'4!: road U 7 It fill D. a. ______ 88.18 of of ____
Cor & way --- Dya/ NBVi NWH.--24 10 Inknown tet. transplanted.
NW iINw- 6 !
N.1jt 9
{Iv, A A In ; 3W44 ( .. 6.71OW
.x In RM .,. ,,. ,f 8W% of of SBH Of 8WH"85 1100 ___ .. .
1\,\' es platted. landa 180 84 _. __ _____,17 ,17 It 80 L L. Ogden _____ SIll." of SWU of 8WT425 I 18 Unknown ...r--___ 8,81O Whether the bed is to be a 1 bIn
'W Cor a SV'Slk 4MellbronswprlnB 134 01 SE'" ofSE4 A 1 % of NH of SBH ofSWH the house ,or, an larger dIme
I" fT'N S, N _._18 II 11 48 Green A Mitchell ---. 1859 A In NE Cor of SW% NW% ,,__ : __III 22 1* Unknown -_,.____ UI slona
'I!' _...86 II 11 40 W. E. Norman ._.-.-- 12.75 of REM' .._..___.___.1'1 1 It 111:1.: J. O.d.n... 1.811 of NEVir of"sBvT"* outdoors, the soil should I
f.' of BWV-90 II 11 21 E dl. A. .Green ?--? 8.23 Wlfa of NE14.____ ---,17 '7 It .0:1. I. &J.. Ogden___. 11I.0" W 8 A a8 free of parasites as possible, I ITlsdale
w i A No,{, of BFJ1,4 of 731k 4fellbronSprlnae t1 t.BE. ..-____17 'I 11 40 Volunteers of Amerlca 8.11 SWH of NEl4.-----16 8 21 18 M. J. Bell __._____ 10.lt explains. If
Corn at NW Cor & run All __ ___ ._____.--111 7 11 .60 Emplrs Lumber Co__ 12..89 CI.4of WV4 of NWVi means of dl.
,\ } ft.P'l6o""ftmB. E 440 tt 8 3W14 It W'" of I'IW'4.U' I J1 UO Emplrs Lumbar Co____ 47,04V'4 of 8EH of NBH ______28BH 6 22B S Harrl-on Paul ..____ 2.81 Infecting the soil are not availubll
N 130 to beR .. of W\4a of N&\4 A E of NBH of BBVi. of seed should be
ft. planted in
110 ft. W 440 '- 1 A ofNW'4 _________.0 7 It 10 Unknown .________ 17.11'7 N&% __- _____ .. 22 (t Laura Coy ,.__?____,. 457 new xi
F' p.rnlllt with publlo1d SE'4 of N&IM A NEI(, of Sm% of aWl(, of NWA4.-$1 6 22B 10 Unknown _________ 14.94 at some distance away from flel
: Lot In NW 8"6 _____,20 1 It 80 'Emplrs Lumber Co.. ::: 18.11IAll All NE'of NBH Of which have produced similar cro
ft N & 154 B$4of RE34E1 RyIO 7 11 .0 R. H. Surrency ______: 6.91 BWH B of Ry ___---....26NWH 22B 8 11', A. Flaher ___-__? 12.30
.j: "e? W 88 B 21 Maud Walnwrlsht --- 18.B8 NW\4 of flE'4 __ ______.20 7 11 .0 E."ln pyal ._______.. 1I.7Ii of NWH of SEV4 AWH Soil for boxes may be sterilized
,. : 2t. WS of "Lot-*- SIAl of 8W"1L.X 1 A In NE of BBH of NWVi beating it)in pressure cookers t
{( lx>t 1. L'nr ._-.tl 'I It 81.1\
SE'4 180 R. H. Smith A Co------ of BEH BVi of SWVi of
>'J' .fcuoWsprln..6 B 21 M. L. Maud Wafn! ::J4 lw>> of-11 7 It .0 J. A. Gravel ___ .11.811 of NWVi of SEH.26 22B 20 Presley A Tharln Green 1507 oven a stove or by formals
,I wrl.ht .- --.--- --- 7.82 00, _;4-wf4- MWVi of 8E%, of BEH .26 22B 10 Hattie Strong ___?_?. 11.90 hyde duet or solution. Outd
9. Jllk 8 Am"% A NIIJ1; of S '1.U 7 It 180 n. H. Smith & Co--? 81.11NW a i A In SW Cor ot NBVi of beds be sterilized atea
y EIA foil Lota 7, Ii I. 'iS Rlk .4 % of NWVi A SE} SEH of SBH_______26WH 22 3 Uretta Strong ______. 8.81 may" by
.\e M'" 2 11, 12 Blk of NW'4 &Wljof9W'4of of NEH of SWVI of firing, or by formaldehyde du
.0 71I NBH & Fracl B 'kW SWVi A of NW
pr r illk I II ex Lot NWH % or solution.
A II n Maud Wainwright' .._ 8.54 (or Lot. 4, 6 A WH Lot of 8W% of SWIM ex -,
,,J 6prln80 .
;t 'It A 10 H..tlh..on_ __._ 1 8 11 ..0 Elam Lewis __----... 12.76 7 A Lot 9)____________23 1 11 170 Jot Mekelburt ____: .118.71All 100 ft fa to C. B.- Bennett Once the soli has been eterillz..,
NW'4 of NW'4 of 8WVa----- 8 11 10 Unknown _. __...._. .... SWVi of NWVi or Lot A SH of 8WH of precautions should be taken to pH
'... 11 0'1, of NWV' _.___.__ It 8 11 40 R. V. Alvarez. _____... 1S.T6 1N of public road A :. BWH ex 8 420 ft A
..<./ ]\IW'4 ___ ___ I S It 10 Bmplr Lumber Co..__ 16.88 NE% of NWH or Lot 8.-1S 7 11 .11 Unknown 26,98 BWH of NW% Of SBVi vent re-Infestation. Walking ov
tll, of SWI4 .. EVa of 1 BH of BBH or NEH..._._.13 7 11 .0 Mr Nlshe------------ 10.sa of SWH ___ : _26WS 8 22 20 J. L.:, Harrah. A* Co...__ 10.93 the beds and flooding them Wi

Ili, WV4Wot NE'4 _____.___. 6 II 1811 M. C.. Roaler, ..-.-___ 80.118 Jaslno bath house A 'olt t .. of SH of NWH of surface water the most Ilk
0 -
f' are
!!,' N111W of-NW4\ ___ 60 J. A.' Row _______ 11,103W'4 .J round being- about ." m NWVi A NWH of BWH 'J s I ,. '" ,_ Jo.. '. '
% & 615V4 oft )0 ft E &.W by 100 ft of NWH A NH of NBH ways tft re-contaminate them.
\) of&NE\4 NW1,4 of Hf 8 It 120 H. J. Ron n. .----- 18.28 N A S on lake shore.-__ 1 t1 E..Z Dick. ______ 11." of SWVf of NWH _-.u-1I B 22 30 Gertie Browning. _.. 18.18 Seed should also be sterilizedred I
; NW'4' NW* & Jour at run of branch run : Lot* 11 A NH. Lot 22 .
Ox 8w11.or 1 1110 Bmplr Lumber Co.__ 70.64 N&BataptonSec n't' all Lot.. 83/26. 28, A copper oxide, zinc oxide, coper

1i s' (, 1b-/lf.ln'IM( _.__-----------7_..______ 8 n 81) 11]. B. Norman ......_ 25.04 line run B A W .same w' NH Lot 40 In Wood-' carbonate, or formaldehy
,; 1'039 of N104 _. ..________11 0 II 80 N. T. Rude _____-__ 26.88 being SB Cor of Buryl ,1' 4Jn"+ !J" P lawn -____x.8:' 21 60 M. H. Carter ___...__,. 24.65
'" HI.of\! 8WIft. k N'At of Beasley lot belnsr a ,. + :;hIP" 3H Lot 63... 64 In Wood-, duet, according to the kinds
J'' NEIoii ,of NW1,4 NW'4 ____ II a II 80 Jeff Lewi _________ 19.81 plot of land 9'A lying .. rM .9._.:. lawn ___..____._...__.19 B 22S 10 Wesley Crew 829 seed being planted.
r4: W34 of _....____.18 8 .0 Isaao Dell __________ 1276 in a .<| In SB Cor ot -f-- ;" ; Lot 2 In Woodlawn_______SO 22. 10 8. H Thompson 2.69
of SJI\4 -_____.___--1/ I II It 110 UnknownUnknown __ _______._ 66.16 Sec 34. also 3 A of land :'# '" Lot. 87. 46, 63 A EH Lot .
!r:- W"% of NW4____ -14 0 .1 80 .. ......--- 66.16 rom at NB Cor of ,- ) 44 In Woodlawn ______21 SillS A. Y. Thoma. ________ 17.57 England lead.the world In big.
I 11"ia of NJl:1,4' of NEV R Mary Rlley A run 'ti'j'' "'. ': ',:, t ,: Lots 66, 66, 67, 58 In developmed
fc, K'6i.of NW'4. of NE% .14 8 11 10FJ.: C. Lewi ._________ 1046 N 60 yds to Jtw. Llvw.. .. .. __..,.__31 B 22B 40 Mr. Maud Walnwrlght.SO 13.70 peed Diesel engine!
,, N4!: of of IIW W'/ -____111 8 11 .0 W. H. Smith _.___.____ ...31i. ings ton line down, run ..,4/. e' It .It............,. er" .. oty 1o aww4Lot 11 ANH ollowed closely! by Germany.
'lNW', !I4 -lc. h .
NW% of of branch thence W r" : of Lot 83 A Lot .
N1Aa.... W%___ u.18 0 11 11I0 Empire Lumber Co._.- 101.70 188 yd., S' 178 yds, E 8Syd '. "t sit it 4, 1 1\ .1 4r a N.. 18 In Woodlawn 81 22B L. R Starling __ 14.00
;; JoF\4\ of_S3 k 934 of to SW Cor of aald .AN' a w I 'r.. EH 1 Lot 11 In Woodlawn.81 22 5 Mr. Villa Starling..__ 239 The quarters of a forest rang

.;> : NEVI % 6 21 120 W. H. Smith _________ :14.08\ Riley lot, thence bounded ::,< '. '' ,C t 4t, :s'4" Lot. 1, S In Woodlawn ._,88 8 S3 20 Wesley Crew *_._. 767 at Mammoth Springs Wyo. i
1' 8 Jit -------------f-U. -S A In BBH of !teBE Lot* 6. IS In Woodlawn _.8. 6 22 20 laud Walnwrlght ._. 767
fi N' IiIW_ ,__ ___a 17 6 II 1120 Empire Lumber Co._.__ 101.76 %. also bra. at ald'-' ;id. 6W ,Lot* 61. 64 In Woodlawn S3 6 22B 20 Ernest Wllmott _,____ "7.67 surrounded by a fence made of eantlers.
e': 1C'4 of I'IEV.' .....______17 : 40 W H. Smith --__....._ 8.22 branch at SW Cor of J. -" BE% of NE% of SEH ___S3Ml 22 10 Mra. Pinky Thoma..,. B.79 .
.. NW\4\ __._ 26.68 lot A N .t r n of' NBH w of
l. _._--.1. 80 Minnie Phillip -- T. Hassle run : L'1 EH
'{ Allf _SE'4____...N-_._.__111 j f 840 Empire Lumber Co._.._ 114.69 408 ft, W 680 ft. B 408 4_ ..e III' 0"'l.;" -. .4. road A BH of NBH! of .
f<,1' ____ __.1 .1 840 Empire Lumber Co..._ 124.66 ft. B 680 ft to be-,6 A NWVi of NBH B* Lighting equipment shows
'" An -. SW'4 of In 8BV.: of BEV4-_...._.14 7 11 11 W. N. Brown A J. W. liI% of NW'A.. of of fault in I
: : Ja iI of W% -...110 0 n 180 Minnie Phillip ------. 82.8 ........ ,Napier .. .___________.0.111 NfBV __ -._- -__-U B 22 59 J. H. Moore __ -____. 89.61 highest percentage '
;/;: N 100l4 Nm! .. .. -NW14.uof _I .".. :!!om 856 ft W of SB Cor '. 'I' WVof BWH of NWK of It.te and city automobile
'l1 111' .. W vf Jo\V\ -' of SWU of NE% run -" r .."" r YN 8W.,. __ ____ __3/ 1.1 B M.... Pinky Thoma _. 881 lone
" ID 1A ______ _10 8 11 $10 Empire. Lumber Co..... 76.61 about 1085 ft to "en"r. 81,1.."" !' E"% 9W! ,_III 8 82 20( Unknown ___..______ 11.90
S ._ ____ -
ter of ditch SH Of-NW\Of f NW%!___11 6 82B 10 Ja.* Jones __________ 8.07
""q N of NE'4 \ of. ter. .. ..,.,.1. I MASTER'S SALE
8ID ,. er'd An ot NWH
.., B about .
'' 8W MrMk11. 4r -.4Yr/i4/" A W thence .. that
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;. r. I
;'\.; NJL 360 it thence In a NB e of NWH VH of BH I NOTICE I. hereby 'Iv..n J I
'. trYR$4rIk W ...___ 81.82 direction along centerof .. 6 9 e' ft'p+t1'a14'JM'' "ST of NWH of NWH W of 'I der. and by virtue 0 Final
Iofe&__..__11 6 11 1.0 W. H. Smith said ditch to the E ;,.,;!7-._ .Of .. Ry ex IV\* A Col Ceme- I "Free ot Foreclosure made ant'rj

.,, SW4.8w'4 of& SElf. of 'm\411 of 8 II 180 W. H. Smith _._____ 81.81 line of NBH. thence 8 _',;. =H''ay 1fe'' BHIoir l&Tb'vr""NWvT'of"11 22 16 J. L. Harrell"A Co .... 10.04 1 lend kin. Judge by the of Honorable the Circuit. *Court}

'.yte ':m.. o( 844 of NE'N"t W21 of7r I 11 till C. C. Crosby ___....... 20.82 to thence SB Co.W to of bow said NEVi 60 A,, "" .w...",,;., ,. ...- NBH ANEH, of NWH_' 1 6 22 160 A. H.It. Fannie M. I the S6O. Judicial Bradford Circuit(of.oun FlerM.1 IChancery
liE'% of __ ____ 12.76 al..oeomatSWCoroI i.' I 44r aI.p-. ____ 11.8118lof In and for
11 8. Blbley I
,j s.: f\1 NWt: NE'4 ___-.U 8 40 W ? SWH of Nm% A run 813yd ".114 -of. It BWH Of BEt: 8 t 22t 20 J.'lSr oflffla"_ _.__ 744 dated July 82nd, l'a' ;

: Nti ti tqof _SW_ _%__RS_____%__ of._.3 6 11 130 W. H. Smith .....____. 24.OS to line, thence N .-...... NWH of NES4.3: 22 19 O. T, Nelson, ?____ 9.61 that certain cause The t".rd..ra n I Ul
8 __ FP" 'r B'*" of SWH of pendingbetween
I." line: 7A W ndI
.___II 6 81 20 -0. C, Caeon along _. ,.. I Plaintiff *
of 1I1IJ'4.of NIIJ'4. line warp. 22 Bradford Bank of Columbia,
WYi 828 yde to W of ...:-. ot6 w-44. .. "__ 4 I IS County Bank 9.14 F
of'- 0 W It /lW'!' of ie""e -""1 +, ; .y" ro.. .,4.W of A WVPo U. Parmenter and wife. |
r BBVi
L3lnlAre : ; ;
I'I'1.! M "' Empire.. ) Cq. .., 14.05 Thence W fiWW B to Of beg-NKVi.4 A. ,,1"' ..'... ....,....,,- ... SWH NWS4 % '..._T___. 4NEH 1 22 60' A. J. Bryan ___.. ?.._ ,.10.11'7 I mentor et al, defendants: the '1derslsrned
, I Lot.wr. 1 or trichliW36 'w"'e- ,_,; ,:_. .::10.- also bet at NB Cor ofNWVi -. -1'; ....R .. ", of NEH _____.___? SNWH 0 22 40 Ernest. Wllmott. __.._ 11.76of who wa ther-ln Chsmrrviexecute ppo'Ied
'. \ "xwF..aC'\\ partgat 0... 3..1- t of BKVi A run 8 .yrn r,&Mr '" 'of BWH A B 6 A as Special the earn Master, will, on fon'l|
. '" 0& 195 + !' 1, SWVi of BWH "
IVk oracl Lot t- ._".2 1 11 100 W. H. Smith ___.____ 20.76 ft 165 B ft.670 W.II1ttN ft/\ to be.I'0. .4 WH of' JWH ___-__' BNBH 6 22 124 Fannie E. Psttee '_ n.os the and day of September of sale 9J5, b.'
A tt. part Sec 88 .X 100 ft right of -. of SBH of 8E'4__ BSBH d 22 10 Krnost A. Wllmott II.U Ins the legal hours In 'TJ!
of NEV1034 of A ex IS ... __ 24 7 t1 64 V. D. Dyal ...-____ 27.01 of liE+4 of SBH I I '22 10 O. L. Kersey .____ II.U the Court House door and'"i11,]
SE34 __._________16 6 21 400 W. )L Smith ..____,_ 78.70 way of road NB4 *x -100 -ft BViof ____._.__ BN 1 22 ,80 ;John I. Parmenter, ___ ".n Florida, sell to the highest. tolluwl'
"NK 4 Fracl JV4. 11 J. B. Prevatt 28.63 .... or N W3lik 8WV4 ofSEH bidder for cah tli and \
of road 18-.15 7 77 --- --- scribed lying I
right way
t Et4Wu4t of FraclavTx NW\i. 1 1 22 110 Dr. R. P. Taylor ____ IS." land, situate : I
> "> Florid
:! _._ ,_._ 88.48 SVi of SWH! NE'4 Bradford County
; NB\4\ of SEV4..27KV4 6 21 ISO W,,H. Smith 8Ma of 8% of NW* .x ,.p'.h: ++a;I.I 1-al; J x'-w. ,- of sTBJ4"5f"sw"H .Ins In' -
n f NBVI!: of NBVi of Mr" SH of SWH of S&% see .tl..t; TCiiM'J!:.
right way '
s NWVi of NWVi ___......28WU 6 11 60 Bmplr Lumber Co.__ 13.89 road 100 It 11 ___. ..__ _11I T It IJ.: 3. Fi Ma BrannenR. 2305 USA .________-- 6SEVi 8 22 2B Iharn Morris _._,.__' 10.76 Lot051 42 and the the of )
? of NEVi N 4 A N% of BBVi- _._-.37 7 11 400. H. Smith A Co-.__ ".10 __-___-____--___, 7 5 22 160 Jerome Thtrsh ..-,___. 20.18of a. pel' 9. Tnanehl
t Bfe 4 of NftVl A W'A of __._____-37 7 910 Glasgow American RH SWH of NWH__. 8 6 22 20 Hall Edward. _?____ .,." lawn In Sectlon.l East. conI
4' NE of NW% 8WVi InvectnMntUnknown Co. .-_-__. 83.10 W1 4 of SWVi ofy'SWA ngl25: scram or l'....
A 8> of NWI4 636\ _-88 21 667 W. H. Smith. ___-_.-.: 11.13E14n 8BU of 8B" _-_--_-27 7 al 46 ________. 1II.tlNW'4 BW Cor of NEI4A .with the appurtenancee.mor* Ra16 cal

iwv,NW\4__ \..&.__aW'4_...___of .2* 6 81 ISO Jasper Brown ._--' .,.". (of_NE_ _-___..._W34_____ofNW3 __.I7'. U '110 It H. Smith A Co__ 31.81' W._%__',_of____SBHof ___ 8 0 22 102 :Jerome! TMrsch' ..:_: '8.13 b.' made pursuant and tn eald coals Liner.ati.ty.tbe .

NV. orsBVi NEVi Ot : .1." E' 01- ItWof SWIM .. ; BH of NWH' ot NWH __. 9 6 22 20 Lacy D.; Rlgdon ...__.. 8.K .amc PERHYMAN'
McltlnneyW. B. K.
BFWot' SBVTII__I..rsl J !! MS J. .A.H.;J.Smith -.------. ..., E"% of 8W% .__..__._11 7 11 100 QlairoW Jay Co. .'I-_American_________ I'.II l K'ENE"'- tf A BH BBH of A. Sp.olal Mauler In Chance
___ .8. ,
All _____._______..80 II W Wmplre Lumber C. 134.77'd NW% of N&% of NID% A All SH of SWH E olRy 7-24-6t-8-2S
t1; -l Empire Lumber, Co. : B of Ry _--.--------.---28 1 It 8 R. 5. currency ....__ '.n -84 A .___ --__.10 .' 22 194. Wm. E. Tarbrough. .__. ".01

'yiv svySvwSsLot.4t. ." 8 11 480 Empire Lumber Co.__ 101.f9 I leg of at NBH NW A Cor run ot S NWVi 210da ," WH"of NW\4 wof__ NWVi of 9 22 10 Ja. J. Ballsy' ._-__ S.7S I IWISMI' I I MYI

6 21 78 W. H. Smith __-_____ 18.H E 116H yd*. N SH ofNW *NWV44of'10 -
t In 8m 20NWVii8WVi {10 yd*, W *101478. SW'I[ A WH.
.. 4 J9WV4 7 !1 B Mra M,, 3. Byrd _____, 8.12 SW"4. of EV4 ofNBH
..._ ".10 to beg
; of SWVi' ______-_13 6 11 450 W. Hv: Smith. ._. of NWV.ia1Atochurch of SWH __11 9 22 ISO W. E. Yarbrough ..__ 11." P

Lot. 1. 3. S. 4 or Fracl ,_____. 61,11i' _._.._.__-..30NBH 7 11 7' Mr*. D. ;J. Byrd' _____ 11..41 SBH of BBH NW34o! ,
>} *0c II 'i.15 6 21 140 .W.. H. of NBl4____ _---84 '7.1 .0 Unknown -.-_-_..___ 11.75 8111% ...__-..----.--12WHof 9 22 80 Wm. B. Tarbrough __ 28.04.
]ant 1 or "NH"of"NBVi N\4 of NWM, of NWH__?S? 7 11 10 Mrs Lena Oault..._ .... BH of SBVi: of -
,, Lot 6. 6 f. 8 or Fred H. Smith ._____: 11.16 N1I1\4 of NW'\4\ _____.18 7 11 .0 Emma MuehlenhardR. 11.81 NWH __ __.___ __14. 8 111D Wm Mahler. _-._.... .... 1I
BH N 01 Ry __._-_-_88 6 11 110 W. AU ..... __w' 4 140 U Blank A Co___" 14.... So,{ BWH" of SBH" .
Xot 1, 3. 8, 4. or Fraol ::___ 46,31Rs' All .... .__ .11 21 110 R., U Black A Co._---', U..90 ''SW3t of SBVi of SttHH: 8 23 SO Blanch T. Whltten._, 18."
H. Smith
fl' 8eo ___...._..__ _._. 7 21 215 W. wall 111..' of __18NBH 8 22
'. All ________ 4 II 040 RL Black A Co. BH off SEH!: SBH SO B Watsonlg ___.___ 10.96
', AH BEVTS of RL Ry All e"x"8EVi: of SEHAH ___l3 4 II 010 n. U Black A Co....__ U..U NBH BH\ of ,
A NE\4 otSW\A&s1{ _'.__-*--_1. '1 II .40 R. L. Black A Co._ H.... NWVi flf NBH _____-18 8 22 69 Qrsen .A Mitchell '_ 89.83 I itV
.L of BW* 'k BVi of NWlof NBH ofNE'4& WH.of Com at NB Cor of SBH: '
4 8W>4 Lot. S. 3 or .y NBH: 4. N% of NW1418 1 U 200 R. I_ Black A Co__ ....111AU of NBVi'" A ran 8 716 ft 1d
NWVi Lot 1 or FraclI -" __ __ .._.I 4 l6 640 R I- Black A Co._. 14.... W 461 ft Northerly 745ft.
I_ W M of NB H iT'naW N .' 'I, All .x 81584 0!" : .. t7 4 U 600 R. L Black A Co. __ 111.U E 191 ft'to' bag .x

.. nnrdln to plat of -". ,!, ." % of SBHBH ..______II 4 II ISO R. L. Black. AH. Co_ 107.11 1 A In NB"Cor oi"8BH' Cr

flannpaon_ City .:!.J-4 T 11 f I"200 : W.. H.'.mlth". ..--.- 48.12 : AU _"______ _T1 1 II 640 .. U,Black. A Co___ 111.416tAEAll NBH R' of State Road be'OU and No time to
sold -- a 3 A""BH"* No. 18 _-_____.11 13 1 0. L. lIap\ ___ .118 r 1
,., Blk A. B. C,l.A 2. .. .. 0 '".,.. BRH' WHNBVi of BH of SWHot! NBH___14NWH 1 n 30 Unknown __ 10,91 Dim tor .
Lot 17. II, 19 30 A B of Rlvr.___f0 4 II 200 R. L. Black A Co____, 89.11 of NW'4 -.- --_ ,--.11 1 II t0 ]acorn. ThtrscA_ 12,3IB / rink o4 lea- flitfor
Lot 9A, 10A. 11A 12A.HA. flflQLi -_.. __._______81 1 II 140 R. U Black" Co._._ ao." % *f NEH ..-. .... ......18 1 la .0 Jerome Thlnc" _, .1.... Co
14 A, 14A, 14A, of NH A !: of SF.iiBVt -___34 U 260 R. L. Black.-A Co_' ".411 WH of NWVI" _______16 1 II 10 Co 11. Cummings -_ ".IS '1'ab AIlai-8dt; tr
Bile 4 A all Blk 7 *x .* of NK\ A 8W' of W I.. of NWH of NE- r- 88 S.d a
4| Lot 104. IIA 19 A It a I- v. .. .... .'" of NW\4" ....:;... 18 1-3 A A NBH of Aild. lou1I,Idfon. Gas. M

A Lot. 1 2 9. 4 of Blk 6 '. l : "BW 3 of e;4-$4 4 II '860 R. L. Btoek! A Co__ 1111.1' NWH __ ------- -18 1 II 18 Gad T.on ____ 1'.11I IfsuaIgISt. wcb
I A Lot. 3. 4 of Blk .. '. N' BW" *'SBA: 0' .. N1II" "&"t.1 rular. fOMtamatictstjs& gad
fJ A Lot 2, 4 ft Blk 10 1 r "8&, __..34 II B60 R., L Black A Co... 118.88 "NWH' _____*__ isNH 1 ff0 W....' Teed ..7...-...- ".11 eEeetivq T
A Lot Si 4 of Blk 11. A ....JIt, NH o i NWHzr__-..II '4 II 8. &' Black A CL- 1:75 or 8WH of SW Vi 4HBH --
Lot 1. 4 of Blk IS, ALot ," WH of NESS of NWVi_'SNRH 6 II 30 Canton II. Griff __ .07 : of BWH ______IBNWH I 110 :Elizabeth DeS. __ ,.... a0 R
1,4ofBlkII A -.' -. of SW* ..____ 8Lota I II 40 R. !... Black.A,, Co._ ..81 of SWH ex 1 A laNK ,T d>fijJ1J.fJl.I1(4144
f LoBlk. 2, 4. 6. 8. 10.. IS -ot ;rye S9. 40. 41. 43. 63. 64 Cor for church _,._..18SVko' 1 I' II ,Elisabeth De8u. __ 11.0'1 4sNt toraolsA-d0./ isfb.

..S. 1.14 10 A 11 Lots 11 1,C/C S. 4 Blk 4 ;".. 'to In .Woodiawai ..-____.' _lvWV4 B 12'0. J. L,, .HaJTey :,-.. __ H... 8W% of SWH toss be ...... ...
18 all Blk 16 a- Lot. of Lot 43 A all Lot c W A : 18 II 14 Unkno..n 'r'_..,?.r 53Y, M
t 47. 43 In Woodlawn_ .11 III 3. L. Ha"., __ .... All WH\ oflBH"ot"N"iHB 4 add .
4 of Blk II A : HB
Lot 1. 2., 6.8,6. 4. 3. of )'r Lot 14, 89 In Woodlawn.llLot Ie Fred L. ConDer __ 514 of road ..S 100'Aft _10 S II' 1'Sarah R. Reblnson 11." :=
H 1 '' ... 40. 43. 64 In "I of.8.w.:' nf '
Blk ot Louise A Fourth ., Woodlawa _. __11 22 to A. i. Starlfn 17.11 I Lot tnNBI CoP W ;? -

3 8t Cor. (or Lot 1) A Lot 1. it it4r .. .I' Lot II. II,, 40 n Woodlawn road ...._.,.11 9 22 29 J. W. :Edward.$1
__ It 5 .t 10 Unknown 11.10
0 of Blk 11 A Lot. '
J, 6.. B, of Blk 29 A all I' p NH .! Nil" rii.5lJ" ZH I ,26 86 1.0. ..kt.,., Trota 11.101 CNllaoed F.mo See..

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UL All SEW of NWU ex 8 hwrlBttoa Sea, T R A OWMV Vest.L ._ T R A Oivater Vests

= ( A In HW Cor A .x 11 '% Lot 1 Blk 1, Temple Ad
I g.tl'TjyT6CiiVRCI A In NE Cor now owned dition to StArk.. SB 8 11 I RBU nr 8WU of NWU--11 7 tlia 10 Eugene: (cirlffl .___-_ '.U
ltff hv John 'uvlnntfiii Lot 13 Blk IS. Temple. Unknown -- ------.--- 1..O. I NM of NWU of awu____it8BW T 10 Beck A ttrvgg Hard-

m. A W, B. Kuhl-84(4S ( Addition tn tltarke war Co. --___ _-_-_ BBS
a 1 10 o'clock a. _SS 8 11 George. F. Scott 3.SB __ __ ___ ___. _
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: SChool A II B 11B Lots 8. 7 Elk 18 ------- I A 8WU .If S3 340 Unknown 4704
SIIJI y supt.WorshiP.. A In SW Cor of"SKU"rif S3 Tata GaMiett -_______ 17.34 pie Addition Tern NW\i of NrW4 _____..__ ._ I* 7 S3 4t> Mrs. ":. B. Dee ,____ 8."
TIIolIIBd, NW% helnir 640 ft N A Lot 14 Blk !1.to Btiirke.SS 8 IS Mr*. R. H. Smith ------ 70.71 81., of KUU .-___________18 1 S3 80 W. O. Seals -_ __ __-..-_ II."
11 a. m. Temple i ''.41 of WV. ... .... .. 7 IS Ine __
-18 40 Ivey Pollard. 13 9B
8 l by add!* ft IS A W __ 21 Addition to Starke r
11B B
)1ornh2g : Arthur Brymer ______ 11.B5 IS 8 IS Mrs Clara Sl.trunk____ 1.85 All N', of NWT of NWH
JI1. WV4 of Blk 8 8 of H S W Lot 3 Elk 34,
6:4: p. Temple* I W of Itv ______.178WU T IST 18 M K. McOruder ____ 4.70 i
& 1C Wi of Blk 3 B of n. Addition to Stark ----- -
cg p8 U. n .1$ 8 S3 lot 1'*. Mlron Harmon ... 188
Leo WorshiP of HFHj ___17 81 40 In.. Ivey Pollard __ USB1404 +
WednesV30 W In Temple Sub Dlv.11 11B 10 John Covlngtont _____ 8.73 Lots 1, S, t. IS Blk B, I WMi of HWU of NWU--- *
I 7eacbere Meeting, W3yorulkisofn9W Riling Addn to Htark.lS 8 S3 Unknown __ .. __.__ ..8G
So 8 ex1AInNE'or0 E'A. Lois A, B I. C Blk 1. tty of NWU ot AWN. .II T 13 40 B. O. Dyal _______
; P mjjdveek Wed- of Blk 1 8 of R a W In \\ ynn. Addition to Com at 8B 'or of

" )" prayer service WH Temple ot niksaof Sub Dlv ._R__S__11 II II >. L. Lloyd ..--------- 15.SS Lots arl .lIull---I i.-.Dik-1I 3 SI Boyd Holloway _._.? IS.08 8J5 A run s-10 W ft toaptof 880 ft..beirthem N \

ePylethodl1' =_ W &: NH!'4 of Rlk 3 8 1. Dowiings. Sub-r' >lv.-__SB 8 IS I* V. DowUn_.......,-. 11.11 105 ft-*, N H 318 10B 6.10 ft, El ft,SIB W tmt i ,
of R S W In Temple Blk 3, IS Lots Dowllng '
ft, 8 111 8-lf ft W 4iO
Church 8ub ot Dlv ,.. ._ rR-i-U 6 11 B Unknown ____ 14.74 Bub-Division' .... -28 1 11 L. V. bowling _._.__. 13.84 ft to beg _____,_________1ft 7 II -, D. W. Swindell _______
S Blk
NW'/4 SWy 8 N"t S. Not -J') Dow Lot B In Ke*.lr. Add to '
...,.. Montgomery, parlor W A: of Blk Lolln. Rtlb-DIvisi, .____SB 8 11 E. J. Dowllng ...._.. u.nJ ...-U 7 11 Emma Mlxon.._______ 7.S. ;
of R 2 W Loltlllln'rJoutiXd'd
88 '
m.' ft wide Elk" Park ;
gend83'' School-10 a. B A side SSO ft N A 8 ..., :/ W A Ic.IZdd to ._.__.to._,19 7 S3 Unknown '
Hampton _______ ,...
a. m. f' ;;
II "
E 1
Worshlpr-ll on of of : 8tark ._ ._
SIIJImJII' SP.14 -- _18 1 II Unknown ...___ 1.71 Lots 3. 4 Elk 14 III
League--7:1S: p. m. Blk 8 8 of R 3 W also .; "t r,:+'eti that portion of 8Wt4 '.1--: City Park SID W A C'*
: 1 Lots 7. 8. ft Blk IB In ,
Bp1l'0Worsblp8:00: p. m. of SWVi of NKV con. 'S" ," ,' ;" :, '. ":, Addn to Starke _.-____1S 8 II W. N.. Johnion ._._-. ..68 Hampton ---__.11 7 11 Mr. F. P. Croft ___. 179
r::invited to aU these Berv-- tamed In lat two deb- ,, Lot 4 Elk I. City Park Lot S 8/t Of BWi" of
crlptlon. al.o com at .'t ,." 8/D' W A CT* Addn to SWU also known a*

pt 176 ft N of SB Cor ', "'. Starke _,.. .18 8 IS Mr. E. H. Smlt h..-_-., 1.7B Hampton Heights. ......10 T tl 4 Unknown ..... _...... ....
of land owned by Jen \It ;, Lot 10, Elk S, Clty NH of NEU 8W% Of
ale Haeraman. A run N Park 8/D.' W A C'. NBU las S A It of way t
fI'eIbyterlan Church 486 Jt'u1 t.,2Glolti.eSI' Addn to Starke' .?. ____IS 1 IS Minnie L. Redgrave.. I.4S 8V4 of NEU of NWU\ 1'a
I ft, Lots S. S. 7 Bile 3. City l... I A In MB 1"01'10 7 33 138 Inei Ivoy Pollard ____ 16.60
gabbath.SccbOOLer In Temple Sub Div -.__31 B 11 IS Ben Dell -----------. 19,44 Park 8/D, W. CT* RVt of SKU Of 8B:>4 ____SO 7 S3 10 J. A. Kiltirtw ___ G.II
8000? me BIk3SofRI W A EH Addn 9tBI'AI':: _-IS 8 II T. R. Young __..___.. 1.15 NU of 8W(' of SKU! ex + !
Worship: ; of Blk38ofR2WIn Lot I, lt-j.- I A In NW Cor-----20 7 11 11 Laura Alexander ____ .n
11,E M-Mornlmc SWVi of NEVi Temple 8/D. W A C'* Addn to NV4 ot NWU ex 13 A InSB (I

i bY' tile pastor. Sub DIv I .. .216 IIB 16 Ben Dell ____________ 1234 Starke -18 8 II Unknown -_ --___. 14S Cor ... -,____---..11 T 11 88 In.. Ivey Pollard ___ Ills ji
a | II\-Junlor Christian En- Lot 4, S, 8: 9 Elk1Plnehurst Lot 15, Elk s7ij. ,1 BRU of 8WU __...__-.-___S3BH 7 11or 40 A. O. P.ar.aU ____ 11.115
/;:3O. Development-11 IIB Hall Edward ____. 1814Mr 8/D. W A C'. Addn to of NBV. A BVi of
Lot 7. 8 Blk 1 PlnehurctDevelopment Starke _IS 8 IS Nora Dla. -----.. SWU of NEU _____mmSB T II 100 A Sullivan! ..,_____. $1,5?
:' m.-Eventng Worship. H..ll 11 *. Maud Walnwrlght lUG Lot 4 Elk LCltp Park 1.7'1 NVi of NWU of 8WV4 ___38of 7 II 10.... M. Andrew _______ 1,31 11
f. Dote 1, S Blk B Plnehunt 8/D. W A CT. Addn to NKU: A Eft oftlWn

I Development .wiiif-U 6 12 D. W Kelley ,_ ---___. 1.ISB Starke _____ _._____H 8 11 Unknown ._?_____ 1.7S nf NKU -______17 T IIT 100 Unknown ______ 10." q
CbrWlan CHorchw All NM of the i 1 Com on E side ot Walnut NU of KU of BKU ex dII
Ftnt described parcel of St at NW Co. of It.P- fly rl NN of way .______IS 11 IS Tyden Tarn ________ '.11 '
w T. McOulrc Pastor'sciool.ioa.m. land: NV ot WH of Elk test Parsonage Lot A Beg. at car of BU of 1 al
68 of ItIW&AllEty run K 110 ft. N 70 ft, '' NEi4ofNWl4aruntl190l20'4
BIble of Blk 6Sofit3W0 W 310 ft to Walnut St. ". 1., *. W ISOVi( yd*,
11 a. NWVi of Blk 88 ot R S' thence 8 on said 8t to yd*. K llOVi "
COJIIIIluo1on. W In .-11 ( S3 D. E. Knlht __.__. 90.40 yds to beg 7 13 1 Unknown ____ ___
EndeavorWdne, 7 Temple 8ub-Ulv.lt a 11 Unknown ..________ 1.78 Thh,1'11:50se't"' : the-following ------- B89 .;,
day 8 S3 ft of NWVt of Blk 1 of ". All BWU of NW 8 of ,
IS meeting ,T:30preaching S of R 1 El A N 133 ft described piece ,. RyealAlnN. :v'Cur "

of SWU of Blk 1 8 ot of property, lo-wlf "' A NWU of SWN _19 7 11 70 Q. W. Saxon ..._____ ".01 .
I R 1 A 3 of NV4 ',0" Beg at 8W ('or of land Beg at BW NFIv .,'
Second Sunday 11 a. of SE y4 of Elk 1 S of- ", sold to Mr,, T. T. Lung! of NBU run N 120yds RlE&N34of64y of hy 8. J Temple A run thence VI In a Sou. 4 '
wd8p.ni. BBU!: of Blk 1 8 of Tl 1 B 14 degrees 8 41 ft. r I -.' iherly direction 368 yd* ''I I Ito ..
E. also I beg at SVf Cor thence H 14 degree W public: road, thence
Church of NF3U of Blk 1 8 of SIR ft, thence W 14 degrees SB along public road .
nwewood Baptist R 1 E A run Northerly ',' 8 83 ft t c.f': .., 1T4 yds, thenre 8 !U 'I '''-''
G. Hemingway Past S3 ft for a pt of beg. ;. 14 degree E 339 yds. thenee W 440 yds 3
thence Eaiterlv at .' thence E It degrees 8 ,' to h.-U A A 8BU of ,
bices every right angle to Ry 110 41 ft to beg In Starka.SSm ft II ., Bradford County Bank 18.75 NBU !..". W 14U A ADrurrlptloii ,
IO:11S: a. m. Services at 3:30 ft. Northerly 123 ft, A In NWVI of SWU 8; A3in. uf SEI4 I..... .!"
udY Wenterly 830 ft, Southerly ,' of Madison St known l NW Cop -___--.._.Sft 7 II 73 J. L. William ..._____ SI.ST
dock I In afternoon.I 112 ft to pt .. as J. O. Alvnre ResBlk Beg ntW44a a pt BOO ft 8 of i
of beg also Ntt of ', ,' ,'" In Starke' ex lint NW Cor of SBU of II I
I CHURCH 1 In NW Co old to J L. run S 1120 ft,
BETHEL BAPTIST 8U H of of n SWU a K,of Temple Blk 1 Peek : .,18 8 II 4 J. W. Andrew. Jr ...... 95.89 10 64)0itN 1010 ft to ,

I v. L. A. Donnley Pastor Sub' Dlv _________11 B 11B Moe Coverion ________ It,05 Beg at NW 'or ot MadIson Ity thence NW along d
krvlces every first Sunday. I NKU of NWy _______ ____23 13 40 Archie Miller _________ 21.14Beg ( A Court 8t. A run Hy to beg ___.____..39 T tl 18 J. W. A Kffle Bedenbaugll '
W 100 ft for a pt of _______ 11.77
Cor of
I Sunday School 2:30 p. m. I at SWU run M SWUof 70 beg, thence N 10S ft, W LOll* Jir S, .1' N'. 8, ft, 10.
120 ft. 8 105 ft H 120 > % ot
I and Prayer Services I ( NBU
Bible Study yn.. H 140 yds, N 70 ft to pt of beg In Townof of NWU 8N, A.-___...29 7 11 t Mack Johnson ____ lit
yd*. W 140 yd*, to beg Unknown ___,__ 5181 ?
Saturday nlgbt.n.J2.N:21 Starke .18 8 II Lots t. S, S, 4, B Elk S
Jr1 f -I A .-. --- _22 8 11B S Minnie PrlnglaB8 ________ 4 40 1 Lot In Star------------ Wright Add to Hamp .

NWU of 8WU AW14 J ofBwv K by W, M. Edwards ton-- ,___ ._...___ ,,.___10 7 IS WII1I William ___.. 7.Bill '
\vo'cr J. ex_ A Mr. Louis William._ 16.03 8 by C. A. Knight AMr Beg at n pt ISO ft 13 of .
In __ _______23Stt 12 Humphrey W by } a pt 365 ydsNor8W ., 1 1

8EU of of NWU NEVI\ of of 8EU SWU&__21WU 8 11B SO Mr. Edna Thoma* .__ 1&." Broadway'; St A N by W. M. Edward __,_ B.48 Cor ot NBU' of NBU: A
land of A. L Alvare.___IS 8 II run M 740 ft, H 13JS: $
BOB of NWU of NKU & Lot 1 Blk I. J. D. Jon* y..., W 740 ft, N 182t\{
80 P. A. Johanson ______ 18,1f M
,8EU 8W0'1, NKU of NEU.tl_!__83 8 11 11 SO Daniel Letterman .__.. 1005 I Addn to Htarke --. ..--..38 8 II-E. H. Smith .......... 78.11 yd* to beg ?________ ..80 T 33 7 Emma Hicks A Roiit
SVlof Com at NW Cor of San Norwood -.. 11 Kr
of NWU of SEU r -- -
derson Lane A Hogan Com 8IU ft B of NW Cor
Ng 8WU SBU I I Alley A run N on said of NBU of NBU: runS
NWy 40 Unknown __________ 21 44
of nf 8WU ____>3NWU 8 13B 4r
I I And 40 T. 8. William ______ 13.84 lane 61 ft. W BO ft. S lift ft to a pt of beg, ;
of NWU ___*3 S3
52 ft tn Hngan Alley, hones 8 411 ft, B 1 143 ft,
of NIV of------- of thenre K 50 ft to beg N 413 ft, W 143 ft to rt
._ Ws\v.t\ 13 Lloyd Green _________ lUG
I _13 g U In Stsrke ._ _18 8 IS DrE' L. Bliss ______ 11." 101'.0/ 7 11 Mr. M. L. WatUr.on.. 11S1
laodernlam does not pioneer. 'W 3 A of a 9 A triangle 1 Lot Com BO ftwrNW Lot 13. II. 15, 18 Blk 13

committees being all of SU of SBU Cor of Sanderson Hampton ._80 7 11 '- W, B. Hick ._._.__ 1811
nlsm! captures I of 8WU N of road ___..S3WUof B S3B I.J. J. Silcox _.__________ ES5 Irene A Hogan Alley A Lot 5, 8, I-----------BIn ,

i schools and colleges after NEU of NWU 80 Harry Stern _____ 11.94NW34ofNy.aAllWI run N117ftW8.ft, Hampton .. ..__.80 7 13 -.J. W Watt.non ,.__ ,801 v1
odor Christians do the pioneer- NWU of 8BU of NWU-13 S3 --- AeSft, W 69ftA62'qft Lot 1, H, U, 10 Elk B In ,

to Hogan Alley Hampton ...dO. .a0 7 11 M. L Watt.rson ....._ ...., '
Modernism Is destructive. It of SWU of NE AlE E on said Alley 2, 4 1'111k y
{ not constructive. It empties % of SEy4 of NWt4 N mnrt.t beg In Starke.28 8 11 Dr. E. L Bice ..__ 10.04 LUll I In fia ;p,8:: _-_----_SOnik 1 11 T. A. A Stella' John.._ is,as '
of public road & Nft otSEU 1 lot of land In Starke .. 7, 8, 1In Hampton__ 08BU T 11 -t. L. Waturion ...... 13.81 1'f
.. ....... __ 31.OS
lurches which orthodox money of NEU __ _I* 8 13 78 Unknown 2B2ftN&6by810rtE of NEVi less Ky
a built. It steals faith from our SBU of NBU ___::: :: ..26 8 12B 40 Unknown ?___-__ 13.74 & W Bounded N by I right of way .A lea* 1
EV4 of SWU A Eyof Ht A K by Sanderson ANoffy434ofn.wpublic
)it and girls even In some church Iwu ot SWNE-y4'-------_s. tl 90 O. W. Hln.on, Agt ...._ 1604 Lan .. --__-__ .aa 8 18'J.. W. Harr.U ____ II." road -_..._,.....$0 7 II 87 Julia Hattie A R*.

Jtgra. Instead of being open All NWU 3%. A In 8I5U of SEVt A beuca Maxwell .... 1.... ,
public road._....____.*>S7E 6 II 17 Mr. El. M. Thomas .._ ".If 1 A In NEW of BKU NBU % ofBBU '
of8 :
d frank, modernism Is subtle. 8 A of NWU of NEU known a.lh. BIRch SM4a0 MWVi

kI under the cover of darkness. 8 of public road .___.___87SVj B 11 8 Mr. Q. M. Inman ....__,' 7.74 .. _____ ,...L ..19 6 12 4 L. A. Canova -________, 11.61 of NKU ___.80 T II 100 Ida D. Maxwell .__._, 33.41
of SWU of NE a 1.1cA nf land Bounded M 9 A Com at NW Cor ofNBU

ware of modernistic preachers JNWU of. BEU NEy4 K by Blltrh 1',....... 8 by ..- of NBU A run N ,i
I teachers!. Stand by the...oldjel of SWU rte W S A A .X "prevatt 81,78, R). W by Westmore "y 14 yds, M 818 yds, 8;
a A for road ._._____.-J7NWU 8 13 .1RH ____. land Ht A. N hy N line 184 yd*, W SS8 yd. toW14'of"BEvT
It still does business In of SWU of NF44-_17 8 11 10 Kit William _---- 1.81 of SBU of SBU -_ .11I (21 3 Bank of Stark..__::._ .... ______ .___ .u 7 tl 0 W. II. Maxwell ____. SOI
i old time way. 10 A on 8 side. ot NBU: D A Cnr of BE34 of 8W U M"o .
e of NWU _- ..___S7 8 11 10 Florence C: Flynn __ lUG of InyBW AW 2 Hy __..____;_,..80 .5 Emma Mixon ___.__ BS4
Lot 1. S, DIk 1, Original SEU of SBU __ ___19 8 S3 11 Mr*. V. Torruella.,94,14, BWU of NWU: _________SO J J3 40 Unknown ..__.._..____ 70.S9.
The newspapers recently carrl-! Town of Starke Nye IIF.\4 of SWU! .... _____29'U ( SI 88 I. W. Andrew _.____ 18,61 All that erlsin piece ot
_._ _38 8 13 Elvlna. Morgan ___? 1434 of ot land lying between 1\,
of SWU
that an ---- -- NWU SlSU...e* "-
d s story to the effect Lot 8. 4 Blk 1, Original NBA ___-.-_--. __.......SO B 11 14 Unknown ....____ 7.74 Ti."I..Jo"r/Hy A s. A U
jurican woman had been con- Starke NBU All NKU of HE1' H of 'v. of NBU
Itted and fined In the courts of f'8'Wf -2S 8 21B John Fonyth _?..--_ 14.34 public road-4 A N 7 -" A __,_--___________SO 7 tl S Ida D. Maxwell _.___ it
Lota 4, 8 of Blk 8 OrlgU A of 8BU of NEU ex NU NJiJ'.1' 7 II SO 11. T. Saxon .._..?,. $6.761114ofW14&
vli for dancing nuude.The wrlt- nil Town of Starke about 8 A N of road __.10 B 12 SO.. C. Ca.on __________ 814, W\o}, o! dl'
to believe that Amer- NBU of SWU ---:-28 11 Florence Flynn _..__ 1834 N' SEU? \ _.______ ..siftBU'of I II 161 W-.B. Hicks ____-____ BOOT
r pew up Lot S, 4 of Blk 8, Original oFy of NEy4! ex NR023y RMU' ..81NBU :970 UnknownIS ---.,.--.-_' is.st
of modesty and Starke 8 II 80 fsham Wilson 11.88la of NW(4( ex 'JI1--I<< Aa
mi a country ft .r.SO
of world ;:' \4T t"Jwoz: IS 8 ''12S Ja. KIte '________ 31.13 NJoJ\4 of NWy--------------*3 8 11 83 Nicholas Mct"a.hlon ,o. All NWU of NWU U t

kit Paris was the center WU of Lot S, 7 of Blk Ely of NBU of 8VVU_____SJ 8 IS SO Victoria Mack ..__._ 10.115 of Ity .?__,,_,. _._.....SIWU 1 34 Mr. If I. Croft ___. 1381
xralty. Paris Is no worse than 18. Original Town otStarke. .. 152.18 Beg at a or NWU of NWU ___S3SBU 7 S3 SO B. r Baxon .....?___- T.OI
Mr! M. EEdwards gtn"fE
: +
erlcan cities. This nationa NEW of SWU--H tl N of 8B otHWU of NWU NBU Of .
III & runNA7c6ns.W 8WU BVii of NW of
a revival of the old time, Elk 18 ocx o8 3906 ftOriginal 14 chnx. 88.10 rhn, 8WU A NV4 of HWHWU 4 :1

-ta-goodness womanly mod I t r. o w : of i 12728S7S TO 8 -.-cnns, N SU chn r U A NU! of BENWU end
21 II Unknown ,- ------- : .13 7 11 140 Unknown .. ;
Starke NE nf SWlilt O 8 rhns to beg ex portion : ____.___ ".7' ty
ity. During the summer I haves E% of tots I, 3, k W of road --.83 B 12 4 Henry Mltoh.U Jr.-___ 14.64 NWW' of NK4! & BNyiof ,
at and rellgm it. Original Town ofStarke SVi A In NB 'or ofrS4of { Ntf'4' ___ 34NU 7 II 80 Scott R Swlnd.ll .___.
chautauquaa -
I NEU of 8WU ..18 6 13 Unknown __ ____ REV of SWU___,____II 8 11 7 Va.co Mitchell __..___ ;..U of 8ICV4 _.._-... __.-SB 7 S3 80 J). 10. Knight _._..__ $1.,311,3
centers. In some places Elk 19 an extended on 1 Lot of land 148 ft . lye been shocked at the tmmod- Bnseya Map .X S '100 In 8K Cor of NW 14 of of NBU ot NK'4 A run
We ft A ex E 80 ft. Original SHU, _.... ..., vi.B3 8 32 Or..n Hamilton ?_.. IU W I JO ydx, N 110 yds. Id er .
Jot the women on parade. Town of Stark Lot 4, B 111k Lincoin I 320 yds, 8 110 yd* to .
r y need sun baths Sun rays NBU of SWU -_---U II jj Unknown -------- 17.04 (" iya.a.. -_ !,? VSff 8 S3 John Lewis; ..____.+__ UG .beg 16 1. .a .IS ff.H. B, Roebuck. __.__.-, 841
_. ___ L96 or BW4f of NINA!' f t '
N1244ftof Lot 1 & allLot Lot I Blk 8 Clty.4 1 11 Unknown __ III\( '
ay do ua good, but our mothers 3 A 8% of Lot 4 LincoLn A In HW Cor of SEViof

waged to live to a ripe old agenUout Elk 2. Livingston Tru- Lnty l-- _-6 __-h--n_n 8 13 Ed.: J. Johnson ____ 11.15 NBU: ____________SB 1 It 11 ... R. flelger' .._.._,_.... 11,96 i
A Ce's Addn to Lot 8 Plk5 I.ln'oln lty.83 8 it Cora Olbbs _________ ', IU SWU of. NPV. _.. i, 1 230) M. L. Klnchen, ...____ 11.11NI'
by 6.10Lol"
going nude in public Stark. __ -t8 g 22 W. T.. Week. Jr______ Lot 1 Blk 8 Lincoln Clty.S3 B S3B ,- Ed J. Johnson .___._ 1.15 :< of flWt(: of NWy4..A{ 7 S3 10 W. U. Bnal ...,_.__- I.U
II 8.; 12-13 14 Lola 3 8 7. NW/I o' !: A NV. nfNWU 1
e e 'of Blk'I. 11.! Livingston. Elk 1'lIlj.I 'e041'nIlCi j,<.!.$2 31"B ..- Unknown __-___.__: U5 of NBU All
addn to Lots.. 4. 5, 8 Blk 10 Lincoln H \
Truby & Co' ___ 8S.01Haye f1t3faN3yfofNBWye ?
Toung people are more open Starke .----- -M B 11 T. S. William City ___ _-___ ..31 11B Unknown ______ '.16 .
toa the old That ,18fat Lot 1 or Elk ll. Living. All Blk 11 (8 lots) Lin.roln of Nynf"NW'q---- S B 11 17 A. Z. Lot Adkln... ".IIS
A Co' Ado City ...". *-_.31 11 Unknown... __.___ ue 8nr\ A
t I hear. In this modern, sclUflc ton, : _IS 8 13 A Stetnbarg11.76 Lot 1. 4.' S. 7, S Elk IS :f AW'i of 141r,14 of HWU
age we know how to keep Lot to 0 Starke& 8 .0- ft---of -Lot- Lincoln City .- ------.U 8 11 ... Unknown. ________ UI A W% of sly of SWUSVSi -_ 1 I S3 90 .W. T. Wallao..s n." I
8 byJ. Lots 1 8 Elk 13 Lincoln of NKVi A NWU ofBKU
Id on the garbage can but we 1. Blk O. Turner 14 Bounded land Livingston ___._ .31 8 11 Julia Albert ______ 7.71 .10 B 13 130 O. F. Wackerman .__ 1404IS
forgotten how to the lid A Cc's List 1. S. S. b'7 ilk-1 I { W" of UK'/, of NWU'k NNWV
keep Truby ... 38 B 12 Fenella A Louise Lincoln (: .31 8 13B unknown .._ -...___._ 1.16 \. of HWU of NW
human nature. We forget that Addn to Starke' -- Snyder _.-_.____15.98 Lot 5 Blk IB Lincoln CIt131 11 Willie King ______ 1.16 A R'4 of :Eof NW y4 I

"a are born In sin and that they 11 of Elk 18 Com at a pt 105 ft Lot of NWU 10U of NKV
Lot 10. of HW U of NWU, _!_11 1 II 40 Swan .
Truby A 16.11Co' NW Cor of NWV. of'W'll Oo. ID ..? .... .11$ (
conceived In Man\ Livingston Mr. L.. }L' Eastman .
iniquity. Addn 'to StarkaT--8 S 12 A run n 6r,8 ft, NBU KM of NIC ,
tn W'/ ex I A In BW {
Inherited evil tendency. F ft. N BBS ft. WR28
lets Lot. 8, 9. 10 A ft to beg __, S3SWU 8 11 8 afre. Annie E. Pettltt. '.U A NWU of NW% .z B
II no such thing as "the dl- Livingston Addn, to Truby tn.rk.1S I 11 D. L. Silent ----. 18.OB of SEU _______ ._-r-M 8 11 '.0 U. n. N.w.u.n ____. 16,14 NWy BE: W'sWauf of f

Ity or human nature", "AU Lot Co'1, 8. 3 of Bile 19. Deg at NW Cur of .w of 8i: yr
I tinned and abort of them Livingston Truby & 94.11Co's of NBU A run H SIft 2. tm'4E.rJ nf NWt4 yq
come William
Btarke1$ 4 ,3 Nat ----- B .14 ft," N HHJ"of
*i ot God' "In Adam all die." Lou Addn 4. 6. e.to 7. 8, 9 10. ,. ft.. W S 1H ft to b".-*t ?_33 8 11 I Unknown '__. I.U ex SH A In .8W MRti Cnr7: ----11 B 11 SS3. Unknown ? ____..._ ",0'
race la 8. 1.Iv Lot S Elk 1 J. M John .1 Beg on E .Id. of of
y a fallen race. This Is 11. .11 of Slit II. NWVi on N edge of 1

"I popular theory but It to true, Ing.ton. ,Truby A Co'f':, 18 B 11 J. H. Cauthen ___... lists Hub Dlv of NEU< ofWNSsV /3 8 IIB 1. Mr. Fannie' Stewart ..il Bedford lake A run W 1
Addn to Btarkvjjr.- -4 SIO ft N 410 ft, E310 '
FWrtheless. The devil told Adam Lot. 11, 11, IS. 14 ? ft to Ii.., SOlO lln.. thence .
Meoml like Cod and man deb $7,Co1 Livingston: to, Btarke.IS Truby B 33iton Unknown t ,....-:-____. T.S8 of*X Nt 8 32', 0t13llofMNWil 4 H 4SO ft to boirNWU _.-.u B SI t LarkIn E. SI..on _._ 4.B4

Das always been a,tendency I TrUbYf N"'", ,, Co' II 6.1a gob Handerion __+.. LIB Cor NEil of being NU 35 )'d.n A NWU of NWU ._. ___!! 1 S3 40 Luke W. Bryant ....._ 13.79 I
I "' '''---- ? '
"* SID n
fy E A WB.V W of BWU o BEU
,man. but man la. naturally Lots i. 4 of Blk 8 & Lots 8 by 70 yd U 11SI 11 Mr. 11 Kau.ukl ___ 1G.5 448 ft of SBU of BU I,

Ja Kings and queen,1'the .f Elk 10. LIvlne- ..' '. IS VatANB"CoV"Sf"NBU'of of BWU-7 A __ --_.13 I It .In Unknown ..' ..___. 10.1'
the Truby Co'seDNEta Unknown -- ;- 4 All 8WU\ of NBU N of '
f jj run WI'
lilt poor, the high the .low of NE -II ,r NEU 398 Ry-SB AisIAinNW
cultured and uncu1tunll-all Lot I Elk U. Livi-ngston- !, 1.4B fl, B Ion ft to ft.beg K ___ft...../ 11) R. m. W. Hlnv..t _. 11.01 ('or A MRV4 of NBU A
N Ion
:' iimtert by nature. Man need Tl'uby & Co'sS/DNE'-II I 22 J.' W. Robinson .._. 8KU, of NW'4' ____ _-_-** S3 .0 W. A. u..ant Jr_ 13.74sit : 6 A In NM Cor of US of
Dew of NEy4 ill W H4Chn NK"4 nf HKVt .11 1 II 70 W. J. Jan.n .___ ...00
nature ,he must Del'born> W of is 1.-1 0 .'" .of NBU H" III It of W I9If ft of N If0't-nf 1d
*qua he <* he cannot even perceive of 'LOI.. 4 1.1 Elk, *11.all 0 Lot"W 4 NKU of NEU. n W ,tV, ft 11 40 Ch.". e. Norton __ .H'O''' riJ4rta8 % es W'.11 I SISI 1 Lawrence Dev, Co....... 1.14

kingdom of God, Blind men of Bile 18. Livingston, Cites Nwu S 11NEU .0 Edward "..JarY''.____ 10.11' NVi of NWl4ofsEAas'A
See Deaf 'Trubv A Co' 8D.NEt4 D. P. Pullum'______ 97,31NEV. Nu of -isE''lU A .. Lake 10 A.II 1 4 D. O. Stewart A. J. E.
liii. men cannot; of -"---I'' S 11 NE'/6 of NWy s.-$8 I II I. 11.16NWyl Larson --' ____._. .1.SB
Neither can sinners who All Bib U lots 1. 8 Cor --:---: :: .16 IS to O. W. HinsonAgt..19.76NW 1 A In NW Cor of 8WU
"* no tpiritual .. nor can of Blk Livingston of'NWft Xoutkot nf NI'J'4._ _11 B SS t Unknown .;____... '. .
bee hear eyes Truby i4 Co' SID, 12 Unknown _..- ----. 1.71 road ____as. 12 1 ... C. Jlol ''n..wortla ?- 6,98BW' All NBV4 of" BU"oifRy:
without spiritual ears.J of .88 public sera W. C. Long ____ 17,71 -IS A A Key /
v NEy4 ________15 i II .0 '
that know God hear ua are' Lot Bile NE'/tlringutnn!, % of IIW 4 8 Lake tone c.r.ry:: ....... .11 I'II 14 J. B. Larson ______ 4."
bl ,Truby'& Co'. SID, NIl,,, A.. 0. Jenkins ------- '.16 Lots 5. 1 Jilk No. SWU of BBVi ex 8 A In
God word. Only those who know of NE\4 --- -II II I Kingsley Hetghta _.. S JJ Clla. H McMillan.2,34 .HW ('"or.A ex N 11 ANBU ___14 I SI II Mr. K. W. Pet ____ t0.4,1
m their hearts respond to S BlTruby 11, Ll.ingeton, 1. of NE1 of tfE'4 of W'4 .....____ S is0 Walter Will __ 11.1:5:
iaf.yge. :: Lot A Co. SID, Leonna A. Aaron _. 1.16NJI4 Comor *t SW Cor E IU Ix.t 4 ____ ,__"__-f4 3 S3 SO Mr.. L. B. McOIII ___. 10 I"
to from God.; No man re- : of NE% ------18 6 II ltd.BWU.. M 10. Rd run, W SOKd. NBU of NWt4 ---------4 i S3 40 Unknown ? ..____. 16,95 ry,

*k- u1.music who has no music Lou I; 4 Bile .21, LI.lnf; ,_ A. T. Paul ......-- +-0 1.01NEttd ltd.AN 30 t. b.g- 1 11 ,C. Oll..on .____, 169Waty NStyAofNWIIofNB'i f1"BWU -.____ _. _..15 B 11 B John Davis _____ IU. ,p
8IIiII : "The preaching ot,the of. NEII4Co's !. 1 II -i SVYy "-.--- I T n'' 10 A. J. Urllll.____ 15.0. Com ,
unto them that perish Lot.. 1. I or E34 of Rik$2. :: ::: I 7 33: 10 J. B. Long __.__.__ lo.JfIf of 4NWvfNNWyr w
h .. !: Unknown _-_ '..11Co' N NWt4 o eV thenW 70 yd.L 8 70
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but ,unto ua.who;are SID NIII TrllfbYNE IS 'II 9b t AOfEN __ I 7 11 II Hury Mitchell Sy, 1t.10 yd. E 70 yd., N 70 yd.
It la the power:"'ot -- God." 8\4 of BI-;: of hlhway.I bas SB B 11 1 Eraect: ,McOolll* -.- .... I
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to WrV'oT. YNW f
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-. we once: loved w.now 15. BID 1'iEI4 of Oscar Dell ... Lta eW4' .8&3 As A run E 840 ft, thnn,

lit hut the, things We now bate Co' ..----- ---, II B tl E'0 i' A IJ_W34_ _.of F G 7 II 11 JIm 'Sohlt8on ____.__ 6.36 N ittt ft. thence B US .
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Coo' NE34 11.51 Bag 110 It 31 of thence run N 380 ft,
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again 30( Lot-f k11In..ton. :-Llv ft.S4201N9/0 7 tl 1 Mil.. Robinson -- ..II 198 ft to of beg I V> AES .18 S 11, 1 Ernest McUollle ._ 164 a
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'Ike SID N"i3%TrubY of NEI4 .--16 11B Unknown 5 : t.o E31..t $Wl(4 of. 7 II I 11.5. lfulDpbr.y 2.tW'4 8(4 1 of NI!:(of NKU t .* k
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commerce Lot. of
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to Starke -----b----O-- less BY right of way t __,, 11.51NWy '
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powered with 5i well- 1 Lot ItE"W 11. It Eo.a'Jolnl. 5S : NP of.ee 0Wy.-10_- 6 f 1. I" B.o hUtyaA 0.84 .Hi q. ** JfiUOHT: Tax, CoUectotI of Bradford ,Couaty. Florida. 4.r
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.. ._ ._ _.. .. ________._ ___ __._ __ --..-.--. __ .Aff.rCT ,8.1 1 11f
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TOURIST BUSINESSIn GUM BRANCH Edwards,Sunday. pent Saturday night--
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished We are sorry to report Mrs W. Irene Lewis. Mth l
the last decade Florida hat TOO' LATE .alas, Elizabeth Harnage, Cor.
T. and little BIllie Har-
built up what might be termed 4 Harnage Miss Carrie( Belle
1877MEMBER year round tourist bualneu. In Mr. and Mrs. R. C. 'Groover of stage on the lick list but we wish Iva Sponholta, Clyde NorllUln k
tact this Bummer has seen more TO CLASSIFY Miami returned home Friday. them a speedy recovery. PItt Newton of John] t
visitors than for yean put and ter spending a while here with relatives : attended Church l-IeUbronn Sprt
'LORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION\ most of It la due to the attrac ...........,., Fl.rU. Preu A.... RISING day night COrinth S
r : Lions of Florida' beaches at Jack Mrs. B. M. McRae and #augt.+ Miss Edna Lewis Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Newoll
"' 1935. 0 sonville and Da/tona Local hotels ters, Gwendolyn and Shirley; children Mott
.., ::J.otmaIId 3lotcdaPublished have enjoyed< a large percen- 'LOS ANGELES:-Twenty-en spent part of last week with J. A. 'Mr. and Mr-r.-E: : : Newton and mother, Mra.were the guests ot th

.. .-- .- -- tage of Increase over past summer years ago when t left this town It Harnage and family. children of Lake Geneva and Mr. broIUl Springs Mary Mott of If
,\ Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class months and it Is sate to presume was supposed to be a big city and I Miss! Gladys Knight spent. Saturday Mercan.,Lain of Jacksonville were SUnday.
the sumo holds true for the filling had then experienced two or three the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
1', ,: Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida with Miss Ella Mae SappMr
so-caned'booms and I recall how Lewis, Monday.
stations and the restaurants.
1f1 and Mrs. \V. R": and
Records have been compiled revealing everyone used) to say that the city Kersey M,.. and Mrs. Marcus Conner and MALARJ\ \
E. L. Matthews._____ __ ________ __Editor and Owner couldn't Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough !.
: that fifty-six per cent' ot was_ overbuilt .and grow &flas.; Elna Conner of Gum Branch In S
::: were visiting: Mr and Mrs. H: 6 IiIIYICOLDS
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Florida's visitors come from Georgia any more and there was nothing to Keene Saturday.' were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
,:; SUBSCRIPTION. RATE and Alabama. The summer sustain It. O. E. Crosby, Sunday.
business Is largely responsible for Then the population was around Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dobbs, Mrs.: Miss Doris Strickland of Key drat er rLI@IIiD
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance this fact. In Panama City :It a half million. Today it Is over J. D. Dobbs, Jr.. and son, Eugene, West is spending the summer TAA9oIdssvs': Tonic

;4 Advertising Rates on Application seemed that two, out of three cars three times that and still growing! and Clyde Dobbs all of Raiford, with her cousin Miss Melva Cros ULVJ1R .. Laxativ an
,' been wonderful were visiting J. A. Harnage anJ
-- -- had Alabama licenses. The per- 1 ve having a time by.
centage of Georgia licenses pre- scouting out ''Old land marks. Hills family Friday night .' Mr. and Mrs. R. C.. Crosby and
.1, (By RED KERCE) dominates among the visitor mile west of the city over which Miss Hazel Sapp sperjt'.the Children, Misses Vera Lee, Irene
in I used to tramp, shooting squirrels week-end with Miss Irene' Lewis REALESTATE
here the ,
through summer. Mid Edna Lewis Hazel Sapp, Anna
No Is much better than the neighbor he criticizes. '
person i and all clutteredup : '
rabbits, are now of section.
It has been figured 1,396,000 au- Rising: Shattler and Doris Strickland were
r, 0 to tourists find I their way Into with eight-lane boulevard, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchenson Visiting Mr'and Mrs. Eddie Sulli-
Florida annually. It Is estimatedthe giant apartment buildings, traffic and children were the guests van bf Theressa Sunday afternoon.
Xi' This country is badly in need of a, political berth con- and brl -br8C of civili IF YOU WANT
average stay Is a few hours cops of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp Sun :'Mrs.: J. R. Kelly of this section, TO
trol. short of thirty days and the annu- zation. Where> wheat fields and day. accompanied by her father, Mr. A. BUY, SELL OR HEN
o al "take" by Florida from its visItors vegetable gardens flourished great Mr. and Mrs. J,. F. Shaw and J., Drlggers of Lake Butler.were SEE US-
exceeds ninety millions of movie, production plants now children of the State Farm were shopping In Jacksonville Friday. I
Along with dog days the war dogs seem to be having dollars. Of this latter amount the sprawl and the ground owls and visiting relatives In this section .Mrs. M. L. Johns and children WILSONREALTY
''/ their day state gets more than two and a field mice have,moved further out Sunday afternoon. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
M; half millions from gasoline taxes, to make room for the thousands of Mrs. Carrie Browning and children Russell, Cart.r Sunday of' Heil- COR
."ii,' o hotels and rooming houses get humans who stream up and down of Raiford were visiting her bronn Springs.: I

With reference to the old pocketbook, we are all great thirty millions and< the balance Is the broad avenues and In and'out parents> Mr. 'and Mrs. H. L. Edwards Miss.t Jan! Sapp,of,Gum Branch
of the mace of buildings. ; ,
; Sunday.
expended apartments, rooms,
r book? worms food service, etc. Average dally Real Estate stun a flourishing Mr. and Mrs. J.. S. Sapp and

o expenditure Is set at $2.20 which Business and many new homes are daughter, Ella Mae, were guests '
I' under'construction. California Is YOU owe it to YOURSELF and FAMILY]
Is considerably less than the average of Mr. and Mrs R. Conner Thurs- ,
Unjust society is making a goat out of a young man with Floridian experiencing one of the best sum-

4 a sheep skin. tour to other states.pays when off on a mer tourist,seasons In Its historyand day.Miss Edna Dyle was the guest J to be fully covered by some form of

What would become of Florida If these folks out here have a ,of Miss Dorothy Norman Sunilny,'.
0 It had no tourists? A questionthat knack of making a fuss over the Mrs. Tate Alvarez and children!I
p;f Ho! Hum I but the right arm of justice is swung in a would be difficult to answer.It visitor to such an extent that before ,were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L: LEGAL RESERVE
; U business '' tho stranger realizes It he baa ,
''ki lot of crooked directions.One big for the entire'
state. One that should be cateredto the fever and he buys a home or !a T
o by keeping our towns and cities lot and then there Is another citi LIFE INSURANCE

half of the world !is wondering why the other half clean, by being polite and friendly! zen.

//ii prefer automobile radios. to the strangers within our midst The problem nere, as In Florida, ". .
and by leaving no atone unturnedto 18 to find employment for the thousands ,
o provide attractions and accom- of folks who want a homeIn We all forms
Love is, blind or, else a lot of couples never open their modations that are reasonable and the state but have nothing with wr\te -

1 eyes until after the ceremony. worth while.-Lake City Reporter.. which to' sUlltain It. While thereIs
much wealth In evidence, with ORDINARY
t o SOME REFUSE JOBS any number. palatial homes, t .
!q Recent dispatches tell of'thou- there are on'the'other hand thousands w r+

:every; sands of men In various parts of who are pitifully poor, and ON YAS- MONTHLY INCOME
the country who have refused to unless you 'have' employment or
o accept either private or some mean&lof livllhood the goIng :
The solons may soon be forced in leaving from Washington ment employment, preferring govern-to Is tough.** GINGER .

'-:, : to preserve their own constitutions. remain on direct relief without Living costs 'are higher, here ANNUITIESEDUCATIONAL
v .' working. than In Florida.' Meals in cafes ,
Farmers In the of West- and'restauarants are more expeu-
',:);.., It has almost become a task to believe in the millennium Chester, Va., complained vicinity that loaf- slve than found In establishments t/

', anymore, it is being predicted too often era laughed at them when offered of a similar character or rating :nour

Ii"" Q Jobs, and in South Dakota and else- cities. Then the three percent

\'t( It is easy to detect when a man becomes confident of his enced where in difficulty obtaining Is workers being to experi har- You meet'sales It tax at every cuts turn some and figure.you GROUP INDUSTRIAL

i i}w, position he places his feet on the boss's desk. vest crops, comments the Titus- need a pocket full of pennies toattsfy FOQ
: 0r4. I vllle Star-Advocate- the' ever outstretching .--,
\ The Relief Administration and of the'tax gatherer but most ups
r4..'il;, A look at the map shows that Italy resembles a boot- served notice that any person has on folks take it as a matter of course. G'KiEESTOO GULF'LIFE

; Mussolini may get a swift kick sooner or later. relief who refuses a Job will be r questioned -merchants and shopkeepers
r) cut off the rolls Immediately but ''as to the'reaction of the

The successful taxpayer who wants to handle his own checking be a difficult up on task.the. slackers will that publiC'while to theft'il few ax and persona was informed objected INSURANCE 'COMPANY

money spends it before the government has time. Much dissatisfaction Is being en- when It'first "was put Into effect
'! 0 countered because of the widely now one seMom hears a complaintand
, most people seem to feel that N. D. WAINWRIGHT
Ir rates of
varying offered
pay on
: The fellow who doesn't particularly where he is
care various work relief projects, which itis the easiest form of taxation
, : going is the one 'who gets no where in particular. range from $19 to $94 per month. to'pay and the most equitable.
0 Those who would receive the low- There is a feeling, however, that 1 / : ,

;# ', No wonder the taxpayer is constantly referred to as the er main rates on of direct pay will relief naturally as long re-as with tate the through revenue the produced sales tax for, the all -

I:JI underdog? -he is always scratching for tax money. possible. other forms of taxes should be

i 0I Very little progress has been eliminated, especially ad valoremtax _. -
and an effort made to enforce YOU CAN
made In the direction of NOTE
A four-legged fish has getting '
discovered by a scientist. work relief projects under way, greater economy In government.
,; Adam and.. Eve were discoverer's of the two-legged sucker only a few thousand men having Transportation lines, trains and I I d S ,
,h list. been transferred from direct relief buses are doing an excellent busi- the harp non-ildd I
I so far. ness and thousands are taking ad- registered by theN I
0-- vantage of the low tourist rates to "GJV'atthemlleftes -
7):; : Another hard thing for a man to do is appreciate music WilY--G--FARM NEWS the coast. A great number of motorists IN THESE FOOTPiyNTS I shown below I

: when he Is trying to'keep the installment paid on a costly It you want to serve your town, are making the trip In their proof that the)"',.
,.ii, piano. begin with the farm. own cars this summer and on several still good for many I
; Farms occasions we found It necessary thousand*of|
news sympathetically = more
I 0 and accurately presented will to travel many miles In orderto I BEFORE BIYINfi TIMES mile of eatery

;4(11 Party platforms I and political promises serve one pur- solve many difficulties as to cir- find ft"cnmp with Unless a vacant cottage .see" how MUCH MORE' QUALITY
or cabin. secure
..,. pose; finally the dear people become accustomed as to what culation.Additional farm subscribers and your accommodations early you In the world's largest tiro-maker offers, ,

not to believe. guaranteed farm readers will helpto evening you are very apt to find for.prices;; as low as OR LOWER
obtain national all the better camps sold out when =
;t 0 advertising, as any.Remember.

The work relief program, according? to press reports, is well who as want that to of reach local the merchants you This arrive.condition existed. v not only Detective Faurot's great'

: about to get going. That is better than can be said about farm homes. outlying In California, but all along the ,Investigation showed the sensational II,Ml HIM
:-. oute.. -Texas, New Mexico and Goodyear -G-3" All-Weather delivering *
any of the workmen. I Farmer pay each year $60,000- R.W.ILrtatt
,\ 000 for musical instruments, radios Arizona 'towns are all profiting 4' more than SwfaUU emeaman, Mo.r(00 .
( )1. and : from the tourist travel to the west MORE
phonographs $5,000,000 NON-SKID
a "No,man has ever retained his sense of humor during : for typewriters; to say; nothing of coast and moat of them provldo .t"f 3a1

,\ I the course of an earthquake," asserts Dr. Tugwell. Often, another million dollars for cultural excellent accommodations at modest MILEAGE .exntit&r'

t' too, he loses his head. aids, as books, pictures, sheet mu- rates. It Is really surprising .
sic and the like. I have not seen bow economically one can travel .
0 ''a oday-.-cheaper, almost, than to
guess, even, as to the large
: : American girl has been fined $3.30: : for outraging the sums the farm family spends for remain 'at home. Ile/t dl.,

'I'\ morals of Paris. The French have some.room to improve the screen entertainment. In admissions At Long Beach I found a Florida Odle Allui rFt.
Cracker boy-managing the Robinson -
t valuation of their morals. and gasoline.Mr. Media's, l..4.
i Woodin, late secretary'' of Hotel Ya delightfully located
-- 0-- the treasury, said that the'average establishment on the ocean front. 1"I.
We of days: with the
The fellow who doesn't go to church on Sunday becausethe farm family spends more than
him and found him eager for word
4 sun is too hot doesn't mind the glare of old Sol when $2,000 not every year for things that. rom Florida. He Is still loyal to
are necessary to raise crops.Dr -
4 rooting for the.home team. Bristow Adams, Departmentof the state and ,while he Is doing IN THESE PRICES 1
splendidly In, California he says he
Journalism Cornell .
would rather have a little hotel In urmi iHrait Hr*'* .-e"aialne A value mad postbUonlybyniinloiM- N'&b..l,
;4. There are no swear words, in the Japanese language, an ---o---IN STARK Florida than anything else. He Is IIn A Goodyear quality In WIIH- AUKKAlAlIOWAfKI. M.reMnl.al.
; authority Wonder what ,looking forward eagerly to a va- 1UOMN th.worlaT. first.AUOWANd of salsa GcIod'ear1IJDI.IN asun..m i
Jap when
+ says. a says. suddenly shot We wonder if there are Individuals cholc4c -:ytlr*. bullt and tuaranteed
cation this fall and he ,
In the pants by a Chinaman. In Starke who are not putting says all I Built of '
c-llJa. taw -withalquality
n. ] .........
forth their beat efforts In busl- want to db Is Jump In his ear and 7h7K JrUbb8r-"t cent' feature thick nonskid -..CI-
o nesa ways ,because of Impressionthat drive to Jasper, his old home town, $ traction"tytreed ...*.._ w e2 :i
denies the opportunities here are not when be can loll around In the 5'25, -Supertwist blow.wIa. body -supw$47'
that is Inn and camp up the river and getaway out protection In foreocl.w.... ;
he a nudist. How long he will be'able to keep his as great'aa they desire. Do these from the crowd. very"'!7. Finest tin Dew rubber, a won4.4S41 -

'p shirt on, can't yet be predicted. people look' at' other fields with Hop I haven't, bored with built for the UMMM*. ', dsrful "buy$6.0 -" ailM
envy? Do they hope that someday you "*
ry' 0.- .. they may undertake a task this disconnected account of myxperiencea PATNFIR SPEEBWAY 55!! :UafctoLcu". Worm. T*-*

A Missouri girl recently married another girl dressed that befits their energy and ability do but It is the best I 4.5t-21 .4.i-21: {
can while on the move and Fit
like a man.' The women so frequently wear the pants, It. Is be- To? 'auch.,. citlsens. we make" the have .more for you later. s6.65 ; '$5j'
t Q!'i coming hard to distinguish them from men. 4.15DOU GUARANTI 1
suggestion that they review the and as such.It carries with It both ..75-..
--0 local field and revise their esti duties and responsibilities. Not ,7.05 In*writing 'against road injuries $6.05

M A scientist has successfully brought to life a monkey mate. It la doubtful If there:la private gain; but public welfare ,and defects ,
: for any limit to what individual cltl- must be the true goal of all newspapers y
frozen stiff five
days. Now if someone will get the gen- kens of Starke may accomplish If e
thaV.really deserve their
tleman to commence work on our frozen assets., they proceed with energy Initiative pees treedom.-Leo W. Allman,; DON'T BE! FOOLED by trick discount from padd.i

o despatch, and Intelltgenee.o .; professor of journalism, Unlveraiy price Hits.Buy no tire until you se* TERNS
' .- _. how much man quality Goodyear: BS you for the same htttAbov t
of money- or
Wichita. Wichita. Kan.
"Three hours is long enough for any man to tell what he THE TRUE GOAL :

knows," declares Bruce Barton, the author, who tells how the Today many intelligent persona ,If ,Will i Rogers really goes to cash p
andsubject to LOW
p--v chanft without
former: is done in a book of five hundred pages.A are observing that Americas ..traditional Russia with Wiley Poet, it will go Sane pals ta.additional. AS 1
freedom of the press, M far toward,lessening the possibility c e
o Intended by its founders, does not ot war between that and
,New York scientist has accurately predicted thirteen mean that publishers may with America. .No one would have any Register Motor Co. '

y earthquakes. Press Report. Tell us now, when will onohake' Immunity print anything they desire to kill an American after 51 J

;down the corner,which prosperity,is around. considered pie.... Today's aa a social press Institution.must be American.meeting WUI.-Hlghlands: County 'v STARKE. FLORIDA WE

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