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 23, 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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f1FT! SEVEN ______ _-'--=____ ______._ STARKE._ _FLORIDA__:>>_ -FRIIJA .,.AtTOUST-"IS, 1933. _____ _. h__._ ______ ---. -----. .------ ---- --- __ ___NUMBER, __'__FORTV.TWO_ .u __



Bradford will have until
growers What bids taltto be one of the Regardless of whether or not

., September SO to apply for emergency quietest city elections In the history It Is
they have already registered
STARKE crop loans for the purpose FORCCCCAMPSAnother of Stark deemed scheduledfor FOR BOND TAX necessary for all WPA workers !FOR COUNTY
of fall to commercial t
seeding September '10 aa' the time fur and all certified relief clients to

truck crops, according to a statement qualifying candidates closed Tues re-register at the court house of -

Tract this week from the Farm Group To day without the-annouucement of fice here before next Wednesday
Land Assessors Cannot 3 Bonded School
(Wallis Credit AdminIstration Previouslyan any opposition for the various offices afternoon, according to E. ..J.Wainwright. .

For Hunting earlier date had been set Be Taken At to be filled. Understand Lee's who was recently ap Districts Get :t

Maturity dates of the notes on End of Week The official ballot drawn up OpinionCOMPTROLLER pointed interviewer in this coup Raise

Purposes these emergency loans will be Tuesday night by;the City Coun-

-- April, 1936. The largest amount cil, reads as follows, with. all the ty.The WPA has found that additional -

MAKEHEADQUARTERS ,of 1933 emergency crop loans to NO TROUBLE HERE names listed incumbents: SAYS Information Is necessary, MILLAGE ANNOUNCED

cum MAY\ HERE anyone grower remains unchanged IN FILLING---DEMAND For mayor W. E. Mlddleton. HOMESTEADS EXEMPT Mr. Wainwright said, and It will AFTER MONDAY MEET

at 1500.Appilcattone. therefore be for all*men -
For alderman for two years-W necessary
There were many heavy femi- Despite Instructions Issued to all That portion of Bradford Coun..
will be accepted by L. Wall and W M..K: nine hearts
Inc. here last and boards of p
Association, Friday commissionerslast
I. county ty taxpayers who do not -
Florida Guides Mrs. Mildred Gill Doyle of the clerk, treeau&r, tax assessor blank even If they are at the escapeunder
formed organization, Is Saturday as a good portion of the week by State Comptroller .1. the Homestead ExemptionAct y'
newly and feed loan time WPA
emergency crop committee and tax collector -Carl Johns. present working on
I with the Brad- youth of Bradford County marched M. Lee that tax levies for general will pay the same mlllage for
eomfflunlctttlon in Bradford County, For Marshal At ,Alvarez.. projects.
IT County Fish and Cam Club away to out-of-the-atate CCC county and district bonds IIhoUcl1not county taxes as last year except )"
r toward establishing; Camps. Fifty-two boys, several Although the regular routine'of be spread against exempt The office in the court' house I In certain bonded school districts

ill a view )In Starke, It wagrned COUNTY more than the original quota allowed holding an election will be gone homesteads, N. D. Wainwright, will be open every day from 3 where the levy has been Increased.
teadquarters week. this county were taken through wttbt?it'is prabably that Bradford assessor, said yesterdaythat o'clock in the morning until S, The
this announcement that the
with for of the
no opposition any o'clock in the afternoon.
from here and fifteen
or' twenty he would continue to make for
was formed by; county purposes would remain
association offices will reach a new -
He sportsmen who are In. Show more will leave at the end of this voting such levies until restrained by -- a I 45 Vi mills was made Monday
croup of obtaining the use of a week. A quota of twenty negro "some competent court." following a meeting to adopt a
twrud in will also be enlisted It It Is Mr. TWO
boys was
Walnwrlght'a opinion '
of land to be used aa t a permanent budget by the county
\urge tract announced. that If he does not for bonds
They would also INCREASEFARM CITY HAS LAND commissioners who were determined -
game preserve.a closed lake at their Although other sections of the now he will be mandamused and : Approved that the mlllaga' for county

tin to Have which might be> stocked state are having difficulty In filling forced to do ao later by bondholder ; purposes should not exceed that of {

dIJpOsal; fish and kept for use of members CENSUS GIVES their CCC quotas there"has AvailableFOR groups I last year. y?

wltb;; of the organization only.It CROP FIGURES FOR always been a waiting list In this The Comptroller's message to UNDER WPAFEW However, In bonded school district *

understood that the assoelation BRADFORD county, Mrs. Gertrude Heerlng, ARMORYCOUNCIL county boards said: "Exempt No. 2 (Hampton) the mll r

Is has an option on with the welfare department of the homesteads are not subject to tax lage for bond purposes wall Increased .'

already to be used for Its headquarters An Increase of 3,821 is shownin local FERA, said yesterday. She levies for anything other than special WORKERS EMPLOYED from six to twelve mills

building expected to send more than our .:.0-.. assessments for benefits and for maintenance from five
The option expires the number of cattle on farmsIn HERE to
15 here.and It la believed !hat Bradford County between April ,quota of: boys to-Gainesville Sat SUGGESTS General, county, and district bond THIS WEEK ten mills: a total Increase of eleven 4
October in the expectation that Issues do not constitute special assessments
BIB mills in this district.
will be In Its 1, 1930 and January 1, 193:1: accord- PROJECT SENT -
the organization bere before that time.. Ing to preliminary reports from some counties will be short of OFF AT ONCE for benefits and mlllnge Activity on work projects In this Bonded school district No. :3 '
home for should not be levied and
of the organl- the Census of Agriculture which men. same county continued at a low ebb this (Starke) received an Increase from f''

If present plans out Starke will began early this year. The figures The following Bradford Countymen Assurance that the city: has a lot extended against homestead valuation week with only a handful of work five mills to six: : mills for bond purposes

uUon are carried for sportsmen I five years ago showed a total were reported to have been on which a proposed $22.000 armory of $5,000 or lees ers being employed at the, municipal and district No. 6 (Lawtey)

become headquarters hunt .In thla vicinity of 4,603 cattle In the county while sent to Forest Hill La.: TheodoreBox can be erected, if the projectis Tax assessors and county attorneys airport south of town. was Increased from eleven mills''

not only to wishing to I today the number has increased J. B. Bradley, Willis Broughten approved, was. given Tuesday in various parts of the state Announcement of the approvalof to thirteen mills District No. IS

but for those visit other aec- I to 7,424. Foy Clark, W. O.. Collins, night by the City:Council to officers have expressed surprise at theComptroller'a two projects for Bradford County (Brooker) remalnod the same, fit
make up parties to Clayton Colson, Louis Crews, L. of the local National Guard opinion. John B. fifteen mllla.
thla week WPA .
made by
I in the numberof was
Increase ;
A alight
use of the Bate.GUARDS Grit- Button, Hlllaborough county attor.Dey -
S. R.
Albert ,
H. Cruce, Frey l'
942 company} officials In Jacksonville, but no Information Levies for
with sub-school
farms is also shown In to his board of district ,.-
fis William Hardee, William Harris an opinion I
''In 1939: aa compared with 921 In Lleuts, T. T. Long ana H. C. stated that has been received hereaa maintenance remained the same
,RETURN 1930. ,The average value of land Jack Hodge, Lester McCul- Wall appeared before the council county estate for I to when work will actually be In all districts with the exception N'
all real
CAMP $1,537 In 1935: lough, John Magyar,?Jr., Grady and stated that it would be absolutely a levy upon of No. 2. 2
FROM and buildings was
!Nettles, Jim Newsome, 'William to have a full bonds should be made thla year as gin.The
and $2,602 In 1930. necessary it has in the pa.t."Thla approved project were: The county commissioners were ;sable
Pendarvis, Levy Shaw Lacy of land which to erect the
WON MARKSMANSHIP Land from which crops were Thornton, Lois Todd Willie Robinson before the project would levy," the attorney said, Plowing, grading, reshaping and to keep their portion of the

HONORS IN CONTESTSAT harvested was l ,239 acres In 1934 Lexie Tyler, William Gils- armory consideration at all. '.must Include homestead property dragging fifty-three miles of county .. county mlllag at 45 H mills by, ,

FOSTER as compared wltb,1L909& acres in son, William Nogel, A. Z. Padgett be Members given any of the council agreeJ as well as all other property which roads No.... 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9,"14. cutting five mllla from the road

Twenty young men comprising 1929. The acreage and quantityof Truby Griff, and O. J. Howard. that the project should be sent in was subject to assessment for the Federal funds 18,088; sponsor'scontribution and bridge Interest and sinking
2nd Ba- selected crops harvested In 1934 payment of debt services at the 8003. fund, and one mill from the fine
Headquarters Company The following was sent at once for approval and told the
were: Corn for grain, 9,483 acres time the various sundry bond. Issues Widening channel at Alligator and forfeiture fund. However, the y,
124th Florida National Elton Andrews Guard .representatives"not
Ullion, Infantry, [ to East Monroe, La.: National Creek for 18.000 feet with sixteen-
and bushels all hay and were sold. general levy was Increased
63,793 ; ,
Guard, returned to Starke ,sorghums 4Jforforage. >,,661 acres J. D. Carter, Robert New- ,to"worry". -about. ....the land.. ."Under the law it-would not be foot bottom,.. and* el.flne.ad three.mills, the widow' pension ;,
I \
Mterday, tiredand' sunburned,, tonflXTKCrewsT"' : JimMoo Edwards --
ut! otherwise none the worse for and 667 tons; sweet potatoes, 514 ; Ernest Garrett, Herman POPULAR ""CMEN"AT possible:by cbnstltutlonal amendment grubbing nineteen acres of land fund was Increased one-half null.and ,
acres and 31,862 bushels; Irish po- or legislative act to Impair Federal funda 912,039. the road and bridge maintenance ,,),
at Camp Green ,
their two week's stay I. R. Gltsaon, Roscoe ,
Geiger, .
tatoes, 206 acres and 42,014 bushels RITZ"TRAVELING the obligation of bonds which had fund was Increased 2% mill
Foster. J. Harrell!, Woodfin Halle, '
;' and sugar cane for all purposes been Issued on a basis of levies to GOLF COURSE Taxpayers whose homestead

Lieut. T T. Long reported '"a 184 acres and 905 tons. William Hicks, Wesley Hodge, SALESLADY"TO be made against properties In are exempt win have to pay onlythe 1

good camp, with nobody, sick.'' A Earl Johns, Earl Prevatt Claude SHOW NEXT general," he insisted. "Any oth- DISCUSSED seventeen mills assessed for
In 1929 the same crops were pro- Ocle
full share of honors brought Starling, George G. Starling,
were follows Corn for grain, TUESDAY ,er version would be an attempt to road and bridge Interest and sinking '
duced aa : Thornton, Archie WILL SPONSOR
Clarence COUNCIL
bone the RemingtonTrophy Taylor,
Including bushels impair the obligation of a contractIn fund and the levies In special
for rifle marksmanship. 10,517 acres and 123,409 ; Wlttfeldt, Edward WaInwright "G-Men sensational hit picture PROJECT MORALLY,
for forage, violation of the United States sub-school bonded districts If he 1,
The also this trophy all hay and sorghums Lloyd Wilson, Herman with, of the NOT FINANCIALLYA
company won sweet having to do exploits Constitution." lives In one of the four In the county '
381 tons
to 1933 In the Talllaferro Trophymatch 561 acres and ; potatoes Woodle and Charney Yarbrough. U. S. Department of Justice, comesto 'nInehol. ''
432 acres and 29,753 bushels movement to obtain ,t
the Starke outfit outo8hoU ; Theatre Sunday with
; Irish potatoes, ninetythreeacres the Rita COURT TIMEUNCHANGED golf course for Starke as n The mlllages levied this year .. t
other headquarters companies STEVENSONFARM James In a tougher
and 8,571 bushels; and su- WPA project Is under way and compared with those last year areas
In the onthe
regimentThe than he has ever portrayed
gar cane for all purposes, 177 SOLDONE the City Council .Tuesday night follows: e, ? ,-;-
two days before the company screen.
apon.or the project
agreed to providing
left for home were occupied by acres. Cagney, ,heretofore Hollywood's JUDGE ADKINS ANNOUNCES 1034-39 ,1930-39 sec
decline OF COUNTY'S SHOW It would not be requestedto l.
and showed a 'depicts County General .
a flfteen-mtle march which moatof most famous "bad man" now DATES
the men agreed will be enough from 10,610 in 1930 to 8,115 In PLACES CHANGES the "G.Man" who set the FOR CIRCUITThe bear any of the financial responsibility. fund ......._4 mills 7 mills,, ;'

asking to last them until this 1935. HANDS deadly trap for the mad dog of Fine Forfeiture '

time next year I Of the 942 farms in the county Announcement of the sale of the the mobs and brought the "Big fall term of circuit court A committee of interested business fund ._3" 2 ..1 G

-, 595 are operated by full owners, H. L.. Stevenson place, east of Shot," whom no jail could hold, toan for Bradford County will convene' ( men appeared ? before the Widow's pension t

thirty by part owners.and 317 by town; to D. G. Ross, of Pittsburgh, Ignominious death. November 4, the first Monday In' council stating that a tract of land .fund .-,,.V4 1 "

First Week Over tenants. Pa., was made this week. The purchase The picture Is said to be one ,of the month, as in past years, A. Z. was practically assured for the Road and bridge ,

.The first week of the ,1930 Clt- price la understood to have the most thrilling ever screened. Adklna, senior judge In the new project and that all other expenses Intereat and

lens Military Training Camp at TOWNSEND been $12,000.Thia It is taken directly from newspaper Eighth Circuit, said thla week. would be cared for without having sinking fund .22" 17 "
Adklna said that he and to call on the city treaaury. Road and bridgemaintenance
", Screven headlines during the past three Judge 1s.
ft Ga., is over and thaJwr been one of
MEET farm has long H. I.. of Gainesville, the covering the golf
boys representing Bradford CLUB TO this county years telling of the battle of government Sebrlng, A project ,
County there have Worked Into the show places of Mr. Stevenson men against the arch criminals other judge in this circuit, 'had courae: la now being drawn up at I fund ..__:__,.6 '" 8V4 "

wlr ORGANIZATION CONTINUES since Its development by ] of the country. not decided in which counties each the; FERA office here and wilt be General school
more or less mode of c
IYIDg> and strange DRIVE FOR NEWMEMBERS who died several years ago. Next Tuesday and WednesdayTraveling of them would hold court, but submitted at an early date. It.a fund -10 JO ,.
are beginning to develop bad been
the Since that time the place Saleslady" with Joan thought it possible that they woulj understood that If the proposition -' 6

The! Jaunty stride of real veteran I managed by Ebby Norman Ninety Blondell comedienne,'will change around" in order to get toes: through the cours will be Total -__.._40* ," 49 M ."
Bradford popular
boys who are enjoy- The Townsend Club met at the of the place are devotedto
acrea the tract of land several -
lie : M. the screen at the Rita. better acquainted with people !situated on a Sub-school districts interest and
camp D. occupy
Me with slight '
Ronald !court; house Mondaynight a pecan grove. Hawks" with Ralph Bel- of the new circuit. i miles north, of town. sinking funds c
Dampier and all ,attendance because of heavy Mr. Rosa and his family have "Air be Timefor convening the fall 1934-33 1033-89: ;a
Starke, and 1.. S. Pink has weeks lamy and Tala Blrell will : '
) Davto several
( !
d '" wine< organisation now been In Starke for Thursday and Friday of term In the other five counties la: ANYONEMAY ,District No.: 9 ,_8 mills, 12 milta
wmpaon shown on. I
City.CANAL Dunham
.' a total of seventytwomembers where they occupied the week. Alachua, fourth Monday In November District, No. S -_._5 mllla S milks '

but H. H.'Young, the president,. la "souse on--- Clark- Street. next : Levy, fourth Monday In I USE PLANT District No. 8..11'mills 13 milteDistrict

BOOSTERS anxious to Increase the number to September; Baker aecond Mondayin No. 18..15 mllla 10 mllla
at least 200. The next meeting of Huey Long Must Surely Be Wrong, I October; Gllchrlst, fourth Monday CANNING EQUIPMENT NOT Sub-school district maintenance r;

JUBILANT the club will be held Monday night, Can't Find A Supporter In October; Union, second RESTRICTED TO RELIEF, fund: District No. 2 was raised '
_..._ ... Our Reporter -
ROOSEVELT |,OVpfcGMMWV.i Monday In November. from five mllla to ten mills. Dle-

.1.' : PROMISES TO. i Following the meeting Monday had better stick to Louisi Time for convening the spring trlcts 1, 3, 4, 8, 7r L10.11,1215
SECURE '1'' Huey Long (l"Huey I mistaken Idea baa become
RIGHTS- few to' find .
said: "In a ,
njghtMr.. Young Trying"
I'' Florida doesn't want' bla term la: IB, 17 and 18 aU at tea ,,
OFWAY''c I months"after.Congress has passed supporter In Starke la worse than ana.kind." Bradford, first Monday in May; general that only relief clients are mills '

f8tate canal advocate In a bill that will put the Townsend there- ,: looking for the The proverbial Telegraph needleIn has D. p Carpenter,:'drugglst: "I Alachua, fourth Monday In May; the allowed various to use county the equipment canning centers at State mlllage this' year la 5%

lv,., ? were jubilant this week Plan Into operation : a haystack. series of emphat. agree with Mr. Hodges and a'n- Levy fourth Monday In March; Mrs. Hope M. Peterson, director mllla, a reduction of ,0-8 mill M
M President will be no more suffering among not heard such a of Baker second Monday In April;
the ,
Roosevet'gave the day, and anhour's cerely hope that people of the work here said this compared with last year, ;
*>M of for the ic "no's" In many a In April;
that the Government any our peope Street Florida have more common sense Gllcbrlst fourth Monday to all .
prOIlWould Call week. The centers are open
** of life. Every man and wo- search along than Huey thinks they have." I Union, i second Monday In May. of. '
go ahead the
and clear make'
$ heart as afternoon failed to reveal persona who wish to use TEN CENT STORE '
man of legal age-with Wednesday Dates for the various courts to
t.rf.way necessary for the who would 8. G. Lewis, Jeweler: "Lonif's she said.
lrolect big as a walnut should take'a even one voter Louisiana statement la ridiculous. He could- convene were fixed by Senate Bill them The communities agreed to supply MOVES
The hand and help get the legislationthat take the Senator from Lake." 1036 passed during the 1930 session SPRIEST
had PresIdent pointed out he &1r4y 1- will make it the mainstay of seriously! -or any other way, for n't Joa.carr E. Wilson, real estate deal of the stat legislature" Th'ssame rent-free buildings the and work put Ifth HAS LARGER r
readiness for
saId them In
"T a Project was un- permanent prosperity In our land. that matter. er'We don't want any HueyLon..a bill provided ,for the combination STORE IN OREETT'
''deration would supply necessary -
f for deepening St.froni curiosity was aroused Circuit government U
4olss RIver This paper's In Florida not Id. the Pres- of the Twenty-sixth eql&lpm.at'.nd supervisory BUILDING ,

k&-a part Jacksonvul.'to'of, the canal'' 'To Conduct Service by Long's President assertion In that 1936 as he a ident's chair." with the Eighth* Circuit., belp. These requiremcata/ have'" The local Van H. Priest'Co., M

bu. John James Rooks, young son of candidate for along with a A. A. Durden restaurant proprietor 7 been compiled with and any'ma to $140 Store,, cloaed Its door. la

+, '?!''he canal at level wouldI146.000.000 the Rev and Mrs. E. M. Rooks, of would carry Florida southern stateJ. : "That's just- some more of Announces Manager I community I* eligible to' ,can., the old location In the Hollingsj
aea. other "
Complete ,,Green Cove' Springs, will preach [group of denied by Huey-a hooey. I*. B. Alexander;of Waldo who Mrs. Pewl8OIIl1&14. worth building Monday and has)

ft.ooeevelt did not but at the Methodist Church Sunday ',This claim was promptly chairman of the N. D.., Walawright tax assessor. : win open a clothing store in the I The Brooker,"'plant la now open moved Into the center store of the J
Iar indicate how Col. J. B. Hodges, statement la merebra..adoclo. '
allotment 'he night at the regular hour. The Exec utlvo< "Mr. Long4 nw Green building here next Friday I and anyone wishing to use the' new Green building on West Call
JIltedan contem- service will be-of interest to a Florida Democratic ." said this week that the business equipment may arrange for an appointment Street.' ;Y4
It bid been work he mentioned. number of Starke people who Committee, who said that Long P. Caaaett, hardware dealer: will be managed by C. H. I I at the center with Mrs. r
large such a state The doors of the store will
reported, however a for Florida new
!? ; had grounds any
-ka friends of the young man no "Long wouldn't carry Crumpler, formerly of Waldo. Mr. Carrie Mills Ingram. i.
were at 8:30 a.
outlay Saturday : m. )
involving ,approxU r open
... of the ment. more than I would. will his family to .
.1) father was pastor, Grumpier move
i25ooti< when his week baa been In the ;
spent getting
the answers
was.ready for Following are some of T. T. Long, lit Lieut. Headquarters week.
within the
here. Starke Memorial ServicesW.
anderttlon Methodist Church '
new store In readiness. Mr. and f
by the allotment the Telegraph f
"- received by Company: "llbe.rtlly agree .
!taa.d,-bleb make 'recommenda- contacts made Wednesday ". O. W. and Woodman Circle Mrs.: Priest are In Stark supervising -
random with Pres. Hodges.
to the President.' Opens Store HereD. from further on Long's Council Gives FundThe memorial services will be held the layout of the store.
afternoon Commenting
..Senator Fletcher, after a call at O., Kelly of Jacksonville re- F. Stump postmaster: statement Col. Hodges said; City Council Tuesday night I I I Sunday afternoon, August 29. at Th opening of the new store la t",
and Fred :30 toward Branch Church at 2:30: a sign of progress In Stark for
Ie House last Friday, reM cently opened a grocery store Roosevelt will carry "Florida will send a delegation to agreed to give $ purchasing Long
Porte4 be building near 'President Con.enUoa roofing materials for a clock and at Lawtey Cemetery at Mr. Priest says ,the old location j?
In Democratic
asured allotment fish market overwhelming majority. the National
Florida by an : o'clock. of both organizations was too small to serve tile cu.to-'r
on at the municipal airport. 15 Members
lDade Bros be that will support hangar
Ibbe OQ the canal prou" Brownlee Long would a In 1936
let to attend A mers. Stark _will now have one
impressed almost completedwith are urged
was President The building :
Week. bnt **. matter Tenth Street. Mr. Kelly candidate for Democratic principles and :
yy aprWi Joke In Florida aa a '' of the mo.t'mod.rn Be to '1.00
w.* P*tponed at least with the general good appearance I Roosevelt for nomination for the exception of the roof, the bus will leave the Stark Lodge :
President" store In this section of the state. -
u. HUat 1 o'clock.
to council told. ,
JfeBd.work. board .meets next of Starke and expects Juntus M. Smith dry cleaner: President/" was. -- .I
home. '!"
make this his permanent {,

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I.. C. ewlea. Cor M...nd... Miss Elizabeth HarneSS, Cor.L. .... .. .. .. ..
Mr IWIm ItrlorU BI..d...or/k, Cor. Ralph Oalney, Correspondent Mix. A.. Ifl__.. Corr
'Mrs. A. E. Ward Is visiting her D, Johns-;of; 'Graham 'spon I ,wrw.- Entertains-With' Dance LAWTEY SCHOOL
aunt. Mrs. Emma Blakley, In Jacksonville Saturday night with Mr. and] Mrs Mrs. Mary Edwards of Brooker Mrs. F.. "Coleman; were visitIng Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hall entertained lL HEWS
spent last week! here with her parents Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Galney
this week.
J. S.
with a pile au and dance _
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett were Mrs. II. Keene spent Saturday '
Saturday night.
business visitors to Starke Satur with Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green. L. E. Lee has returned to his Mr. and Mrs w
day. Miss Hazel Reddish of Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. Bill Alvarez, of home In Tampa after spending The Youngblood guests were, Mr. and Mrs. LAWTEY JUNIOR HIGH Honor Roll Requlrl'owhle-

A L. c. Smith was a business visItor and Miss Dorle Johns of Gra- Ralford spent the week-end with several weeks with relatives here. E. L.'Hall Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert SCIIOOL'NIIWSPAPER. STAFF 100 Pct. Attendance,

to Hampton Saturday. ham spent Saturday' night with his parents, Mr. rind: Mrs.. R. M. Mrs. C. C. .Grlffls and children A.Hall O.and Mr., ,and Mrs. Rhoden, all Editor-in-Chief 90 Pct. on all subjects,
q Mrs. F. M. Griffin Is visiting her Miss Hazel Sapp Alvarez.. who have been visiting In Tampa of Waldo Mr. and Mrs. Elster Allen DOROTHY, RIGDON 90 Pct Citizenship

sister, Mrs. J. O. Philips In Jack- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and Francis and Waden Bloodsworth have returned,here. Mr. and, Mrs.,Norman Thomas Literary Editor 100 Pct. Punctuality.

sonvllle children of the State Farm were spent the week-end with their Wllby Willard of the Bull Line and Miss Etaw Allen all of Gainesville MARTHA WELLS FIRST
11 C. B. Roberts and W. C. Dempsey visiting relatives In this section cousin, Charlie Varnea, at Lake Steam Ship Company, Is spending! Mrs. Fred Johnson Mr. Orin Clara Mae Harley, Elizabeth W. Smlth.-Mre.GRADE-Rufus ]Prevail

ti were transacting business In Sunday.Mrs. Butler. his vacation with,. his mother Mrs. Davis. Miss Ellen Johnson Vester Plummer Assistants teacher. LoDnl9P"to
Valdosta Ca., Monday. H. Keene and eons, Vanlce Society Editor
Mrs. A. A. Edwards. Mrs Rus- C. C. Norton.. Youngblood and Luther Sparks of SECOND
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Durbin and ,and Harley and daughter Dorothy -: I. sell Norman, Mrs. F.. M. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Steve Carter have Waldo, Milton Simmons, Mies Bea- MARY EDWARDS ling Alice GRADE-Hazel Slat
children of Jacksonville spent the of Mr. and Mrs Evelyn Prevatt Assistant Groves
were guests ErnestlJJ,
and daughters Misses Mattie and
returned to their home In Flora- trice Goolsby Jack Simmons, Lar Moore. Mrs. Hermie
.Jacksonyf e's Leading Hotel W. R. Kersey Monday I Carrabelle Norman, were visitingat home after/ spending a while here ry Goolsby, Herbert Simmons, and Joke Editor er Kelley, teecF: .
Mr. and Mrs. Ore Denmark were CARL, EDWARDSKarl
i Friday afternoon. with relatives.Mr. Colraan Goolsby all of Galne.vllle.Mr NINTH
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Shuford, J. C. PrIngle, GRADE-Dorothy
t 1b, aiy afternoon. Ernest Edwards pent the week- and :Mrs.; L. A.'Donnelly of and Mrs. A. C. Hall and Misses. Assistants don, Lucile Johns RIP
Sunday end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
Clennle. Myrtice" and Marjorie '
e''" Mis. W. R. Kersey of WoodlawnIs A.. A. Edwards. Kingsley Lake'-were visiting Mr. Sport Editor *--
Ii p,,1Ii a spending a few days with her Miss Mildred Alvarez ( I and Mrs E. Oltsson Sunday.. HalL They- :. all reported a nice CLEON WOOTEN

y yi Mrs H.. Keene.A spent We are all',14d'that R: L. Lee, time.- SPORTSAt
daughter and Elementary Reporter
with her
Thursday Friday sis .
i Jill.a aI' crowd attended church at Mr who has been confined to his bed 1 PATSY ROBERTS' present the
Mrs. Edwards girls
ter of
i ] Coy at Brook- Miss Clennle Hall, who has been Lawfe! ],
J. A. Harnage Saturday night. "r. I for several months Is able to be spending the summer months with I Junior High are gracefully retlrln;!

;n week-end with Mrs. Durbln's William Crosby of Rising spent up.Mr. her parents Mr. and Mrs., A. C. EDITORIALCupid to the background, leaving thl,
mother Mrs. C. Fogg. the week-end here with his siser and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffls at- Hall, left Sunday for Tampa ac- boys in the limelight of dlamon;

Z,' _." Mrs. Julia Starbird and daughter Mrs. Frank Normaa. tended services at Bethel Church companied by her mother.. baa put in a little work' ball. At Brooker on August 9' thi

Miss Dell of Apopka are visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Norman and Sunday. Our town was clouded with sorrow overtime during the past few scores were: girls 18-0; boys 3,q

THE SEMINOLE Mrs. Starblrd's son and daughter. Miss Faye and Mrs. Miss Gladys Lee .was visiting wile nat ten o'clock last Sun- weeks. Two of our Eighth Grade both In Brooker's favor A I f1

'\\ daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. D. Jim McKnight of Malone, returned Miss Edna Gllsaon Sunday after- day,morning.It was,learned that girls have decided,on a career of days later Brooker came to Law

!!{/! JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA D. Kinard. to their home Tuesday after noon. Mrs. Howard Greene, had passed ,married life. tey and the girls were again i d
;, CHAS. P. GRINER, ManagerA spending several days with Mr. : feated, this time by 73. The boy
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Kinard and A large crowd attended church to the great beyond. She was -

') human, home-like Institution Mrs. Julia Starbird and daughter, and Mrs. F. M. Norman and dinner on the ground .at Bethel burled at Santa Fe Cemetery, at We have been Informed that our however, turned the tables an

''il 1 where you will find your Individual Miss Dell\ motored to Crescent Carl Cone of Starke spent Sunday Sunday. 10 o'clock Monday morning. 'The little school house wouldn't makea copped an 8-3 game.

''j< comfort and entertainment City, Friday.BILIOUSNESS. here with his aunt Mrs. J. C. bereaved ones have the sympathyof corner-stone for a certain large We must admit that our

\.' a matter Alvarez. IJROOKERMies the entire community.Rev. school 'In Southern Florida. Oh have been greatly handicapped girl

'S i:,, of great Import- Muse Nancy Rltch of Raiford J. B. Lyle will preach at the well who want' to be ,a. cornerstone the: lack of co-operation on th b
y ance. i0t Si spent the week-end here with Miss Vera Galney, Correspondent
I\,\, "A steel located Mildred Alvarez. Baptist Church next Sunday morn- 7 part of the parents (as well aa o
fireproof building
the girls, themselves .
Brooker Vs. Baldwin Ing and evening. ) Some
;y; In the heart of the city. Miss Debris Bloodsworth returned -
to her home after The Baldwin baseball team mo Miss Clemmle Hall, who has Wouldthe principal compareone our beet players were not permit
1: 'Every Room with CombinationTub 1 1 Saturday of our Junior High School tea ted to attend the important
tored here Thursday afternoon of several months in Tampa game*
and Shower Bath, Radio Electric pending a two weeks vacation spent
':t Ceiling Fan Slat Door for with friends and relatives In Jack- last week to,;'play against the has returned to her borne here. chers to a radio? Now please, mothers and father:

'r:5Summer Ventilation, Comfortable pnvllle.. Brooker team, Good sportsmanship Mrs P. J. Pearce of Starke, was give us a chance to uphold th
''VI Beds with Mattresses of Inner and fine characteristics were the guest of her mother: Mrs. O. One of our foremost young ladies honor of dear old'Alma Mater!
}( Spring Construction and Individual In evidence by both teams. After Haynes, this ,week. .' was introduced to the princi- -
tReading Lamps RISING a hard fought game Brooker was pal's son as "the village cut-up", Friday afternoon the boy's an
,'' FOR PROMPT AND Has Edna lewis CorrespondentElder victorious by a score of 5 to 3. Mr. Thomas F. Brown home and after family Mr, Maxwell, dear -sir.,we, won't girl's diamond ball teams will rover
& RATES returned to their a
deny the cut-up part but we reseat to Brooker to meet them
fol- In
The Brooker
line-up was as
and Mrs. W. El Hall in
of with friends and relatives
78 Room with Private Bath$8.00Single
COURTEOUS SERVICE Green Cove Springs Saturday lows r DeLand. being called a village. We'll. have doublebeader. The girl's hope I
spent -
+ know we're a city. seek for their
you revenge two i
,X 80 Rooms with Private Bath night with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pitcher-H. Morgan; CatcherW. Thornton Johns; :of Ocala has ,- cent defeats.while for the boyswill
II S2.50-Single THE NEW DEAL I lutchlnson. Russ; 1st Base-A. Brown; 2nd
his father L. G.
been ,
visiting Prof.. Maxwell fs at least getting be a rubber game, each ha
Mr. and Mrs Base R. Colsen 3rd Base-Kln- .
7r Wiley Edmerson ;
40 Room
} Private Bath
Johns. some work out of his science clash ing won 'one.. A pair of tig
'f ,3.00-Single SERVICE STA. and children' of Hampton were vis- ard; Short top--C. Huff; L. FieldL. es. The ninth grade has Just finished games are predicted.

".\ 24 Roma with Private Bath18.60Single Itlni'Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby Russ;, R. Field-H. Mott; C. PINE LEVELMrs. a project in water which allowed ---.;..
'.' :recently. Field-W. Lewis. Substitutions
( Hubert E. Priest
the scholars to their Word has been
:;: ,10 Sample Rooms with Private Mr*. J. L. Underbill was the S.. Johns L. Mott, J. B. Russ IL M. McRae, Correspondent expand passed that th
energies and imaginations into almost more delicate girls will no long
"' .Bath .--_-_--_?.?. $4.00-8lof le THAT GOOD GULF GAS guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Brownof Among those from here who J. W. Buddington and daughter a limitless store of materials.. have to spend their time jumpti
:1 Sampson City Sunday. went to Live Oak last week were: I Several books of honor- the there
: SLIGHT INCREASE FOR Miss Ernestine are spending a worthy rope, as will soon be li
If DOUBLE OCCUPANCY Jlramle Edwards of Starke was L. R., R. M., and H. P. Galney E. few days at Panama City with i able mention were exhibited with troduced volley ball and sidewa
}f the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J.. G. W.. and L. O. Hazen. and O. I
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence K. Andreu. pride by the group. An excellent tennis In which to occupy U
'It; I Underhill. and Sunday.Mr. W. Barry.Mr. ( Mr. and Mrs. H. :M. :McRae had I average was made by the class 'asa I time,. '

5 FUNERAL DIRECTOR children, Misses Mrs. R.'Vera M. Crosby.and and Mrs: C. J. Johnson'Mr. as guests Sunday afternoon and whole;'' The seventh ad eighth .- .---

"( t Lee and and Mr. Doc//Johnson and children evening Mrs. J," D. Bowers' of grades have been given similar' assignments '. JOKES
+ My Many Years Makes It mine Lewis and Doris Strickland
Experience Possible for Me to
Render W Satur and :
motored 'Worthington Boatdraln section. Mrs.:M. L."LewIs are- dertvinsj grMt "' ,
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS spent the week-end In Theressa. dillEyetyn; ape"tur"
SERVICE pleasure and enjoyment(tram- can you
and children of Rising and Elder .: ., the
} O. E. -
fq MODERATE PRICESDeWITT Crosby and Fred Halalop day.Mr. ,?
made business and Mrs. J. B. Mott and and Mrs. W. E. Hall of Green Cove task. '
: I C. JONES trip to Jacksonville 'Evelyn: Yea. F-U-R "fur."
children motored to New River Springs.
f I Starke, Florida Thursday. The primary grade. entertained :Mrs. Hill.' .All right. Now, wh
Miss Anna Shattler has returned Sunday. Mies Mildred Warren of Starke
does "fur"mean r
i0 the P. T. A. with an Interesting
{I to her home In Jacksonville af Miss Lena Bell Sheppard spent spent the week-end with Misses I at their regular meeting. Evelyn; "Fur" means a Ion
.A I ter spend several weeks with her part of last weed here as guest of Eula Mae and Etta Fay Dyal. program, ,ways off.Ralph .
) ', cousins Misses Melva and Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Col en. Frank Fountain of' the ''CCC
: Crosby. Camp at Ocala attended church Much weeping and walling 'and : Dad d school teache
I For gnashing of teeth has been beard
r.. Expert Repairing Mrs. J. W Drlggera and Mr. Jessie NO CHICKEN DINNER here Sunday. in the direction of the Junior High get paid?
Goodman of Archer were visit- The Brooker P.. T. A. will not Mr. and Mrs.. Eaton Brown and Dad: Yee.

j ing Mr., and Mrs. E.. C.,Lewis last have chicken dinner at the school daughter. Miss Mildred, were visiting English classes. Spelling, after Ralph: I don't think It Is fa
1 Thursday. on' the night of August 23. This Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal Friday being sadly neglected because we haVe to do all the war
has been taken
Smith's Elder and Mrs. W. E. Hall of dinner has been postponed until a night.
Garage Green Cove Springs spent Sunday later date. Mr and Mrs. Russell Thomas of with vim vigor and vlltallty. Un- Mr. Maxwell; I tell you there
doubtedly, it was badly needed. wife,
no one that can fool my
night with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Un- Rising were visiting Mr.v and Mrs. ,
fl. derbill. ZIFF J.: E. Starling Friday afternoon. Mrs. Perkins: Then how did yo
Classes In Lawtey Junior High ever win her?
Phone 120 Mr. and Mrs. Elam Lewis and Him Lain,Mac\.I*.... .. C.rr...OBd..l Miss Irene Prescott of Starke High School are enjoying the use
ca daughter, Agnes, of Hellbronn was visiting friends here Frldav. t .One one the teachers received a
or :
compton s Pictured Encyclopedia -
; .Wrecker Service Day'or' Night Spring were guests of their mother H. 'E.!: Thomas and lIOns; I Floy,1an4 There will be preaching at Pine .which was given them by the excuse saying "Please excui

; Mrs. E. J. Lewis recently. Morris, and! Miss Rhoda Thomas Level Church: on Wednesday P. T.:A.- Charles as he got wet In the A. 1

J all of Jacksonville: ,. were visit- night Aug. 28. Everyone is urgedto and todk sick In the P. M.
.ii iit, _..____,__.__, I ng Mr. and.,Mrs. J., B. Thomas attend this meeting.' .
eaeek.In last Sunday. Miss Edna Lewis of Rlalng'wall SOCIETY,
a daysCOLDS 'Mr.. and Mrs. J.. W. Lewis and a dinner guest of .Miss Eula Mae Mrs. Lucille'' Beck,. third grade-

666DROP sons L. O. and Johnnie and daughter Dyal Sunday.. teacher was. visitor In Jacksonville

Lula Mae'were In Jacksonville last weekend.We .
tint tmr last Friday. MISSION\HALL,

SAIVAGEI IIQVIn TAIII.MTS Tonic and Mr and Mrs.,Mack Hunter and Services conducted by Dr. W R. welcome back Hazel Smith,
oSI < Newell. Internationally known Bible of the sixth grade who has been 'O.tr as np.rt. .-
: LaxativeOVt.R son, Leo "daughter, .Mlas Anna teacher and Tues- i .._ ....t
and Mr. and Mrs. Eff Hunter on Monday absent from our midst for several le .....flrd t.
of Lake City, were visiting In our day nights,brought messages that weeks on account of Illness. NOW kelp roe else
r .WO will not from e..erehe".Iva
soon pass the mindsof
section Sunday.L. A eeo..nir.al .
NERVES O. and Johnnie Lewis Henry those who heard this man who 'Misses Jean and Mary Edwards lanranrrresra .

Stewart and :Frank Groover, at- has taught In many states In this and Patsy Roberts enjoyed a swim -

tended a party at Fairbanks Saturday study of the Word of God and who in Kingsley Lake Sunday as the

i I .night. has taught, in many states and this guests of Miss Roberts' parents.We .
Misses Mable and'Jessie O'Berry and In many foreign countries. 1

u i of Lake Butler were visiting,here Every'word was listened to with were'pleased to have with '

I It last Sunday,,:*'M* rapt, attention by. the congregations : us Monday morning In assemblyMrs.
t Those from here who left Friday which on Tuesday night especially i O. L. Knutsen and Miss

4i and Saturday roe the C C C Camps taxed the capacity .of the, Elaine Maxwell of Miami slater

i were A. Zk-Padgett*.-Lloyd Wilson. upper room'where' ach Tuesday and young daughter of Prof,'A: E.
,Lasting Benefit and Lea'.Tyloq. evening Bible studies are held. II'' Maxwell and 'Mr.: Charles'" Maxwell -

FJ. I The simplicity of Dr. Newell's ex son of the principal. Miss

presslon of thought was most impressive Maxwell entertained us with 'several

from Relief Labor One Block South of Depot 'making it possible for songs and pantomlne num
the children to '
even get the message. bers.

''If; is a practical way to create maximum .ALL GRADES: PINE AND --. Shiveringwith
Miss Bonnie McKinney of Mor- The fact Is already disclosed that
and AND
job get lasting benefits rlstown '
Tenn. again sang beautifully our principal1 Is'one of God's spe-
t from Federal Work Relief Funds: BUILDING MATERIAL: a couple of songs playing cial gifts to the ladles. Several of Chill

Put workersto, salvaging old' worn, bumpy ,Ul2 .mt: t1ai. b INIIi.. her Wyrick own of Lawtey accompaniment.at the piano Mrs.a- our threatened future young women have
to look him 'when
: streets, ,alleys and park drives -pavements We. woadov VMTT ....... tt *lg*j ..... BENNETT'SLUMBER so contributed to the musical part they are grown."' up. Burnfnff with Feve
ear tub
"r( which will need repairing soon anyway.With tad bark M yea die lldie.. of th*,service. "At Calvary", a _. .

simple tools and hand methods break the Watch eat. Or.et..kdv hymn written by Dr. Newell "wasa ,Juanita Watson of JacksonvilleIs Sane RtlUf for Malarial
'I up .. aay load M -..-. ;CO. feature of the song service visiting Mattle Edith! Rowe this treatmentJ'
} brick or stone blocks from these old Dent try homemade
: '
pave -
-"B PHONIC 1S4t ,, and, has been a pleasant visitor newfangled remedial I Take thai
ments. Spread the .broken material over the .. W.., Standardization of automobile of the school also. Tasteks Chill Tonic. Soon 7

l ,old base-add stone where needed to get desired ..... ., .'_1 LII parts, In France has resulted In will be yourself again for Grove.T u

Ilia'! .. price reductions In some cases of las'Chill,Tonic,not only relieves
thickness-fill voids with cement mortar haI" eighty:to ninety-five per cent., HELP KIDNEYS symptom of Malaria but dotroyi u

j .grout. half PatronizeHorne infection lUelf. T. ,,
: ... .. a In *
/' .. ..k d Eight gas wall in the San Joe- ."'ysell.. The Tonic Malarial ink
The result Is modern bound .... l Industry WN!; *b.dlr'.nd tm Chill the
cement .. .
macadam .. .. ..... qUIn valley region of California twMw, b.IcIc.che. ; dneaa.r ttoa the blood while the Iron tt .
& pavement. Smooth riding,'economical! DI'. .... X...... .. >.. supply lo.OOO.000 cubic feet of gas L_tcMty or too heqiital win? tain m builds the blood to overcome
I Of lasting benefit to the .... I'... .. tVaen You" Buy; Our Bread to the San Francisco bay. area ev- 'ion'gN..g cap N night,swdl.n f..t effects of the up disease and fortifY **
I ..." ..= '..... Vie. I Rolls or Pastry You Are Absolutory >> ery twentyfour.hour.. .. wad eskla, hrl .pIe1 rid IN eubifm. further attack. The twofold efled .b
"I ... .s.. -..... Dw'S Pph overcomiiuf.i.
Othettdesare using this idea:So can 'OW'city. Sure It Is Fresh, NoChanre .0 sohiUly. p to the
) 1LSS. ,... ..... ... esl 'I w. taoSd.py r. poorly ..Beside being a depenaaoitedy rr
''of .Getting Stale. 'raklne IIId.eYr MitlioM 01 *
k Will help ya flnasce. t e..a for Malaria Groves **"?
.; Prodaet. Draw!Your MOBS and .Build,, dSdses .,. 'Jhey-- Tonic b aba sa eicellent tonic:olrma.
Year Horn esS ... /1Mry .... and aW ollUtt'
t"e : 'r I ( > ( t STARKEBAKERY Asks ,.......... Pleaaaat to take children Gd
W.. W..WIII'r1'IN'GeBenl : ........ Safe to give.
<. L bogus today at any drug tow.' .J Nod
,r \ \ I ContractorBox co
n f Bell St \ .. DOANSPlLLS slsts. SOtasd *1. Tb $1 *
S35 Starke FU. 2V4 time as muck a* the !car m

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NOTIC'H within eight months from the firm circulation In Bradford County, crllted land, situate, tying and be- (
Hints To Housewives Notice IK hereby given thAt A. 8. .publication of thin notice or fame Florida, Ins In Bradford County Florida toCommencing -
Crew." a* Executor of the a will be .
forever barred by law.J.
Alice; Humphrey, has: filed hi* rnt U Underbill Administrator, 'Thl* the .91h d.r of July, 1918. 'Witl
report mid petition for Final l>lsrharc 824t.23 A, J. THOMAS lit the 8W' corner of
Weekly from Home Demonstration aa mild executor of nald ..- Clerk Circuit Court. th. ..r.IOd So(:. (:A, Tp. B a: Kan>*
tate and will on the 84th day of .t5t30\ 11 rtinnlnn least on H..o- '
SpeclallMta, TaDahaesee August A. D. 1938. ask the lion B. NOTICIONotice -. Lion line 41 feet to a point of beginning '
K. Perrynmn'; Ctennty Judo. of In hereby given to all the N 4wr'R'a< a tt.WNOTICE ; thnc. North 660 feet;
Bradford County. Klorlda, for his creditor of she KMat of W. E. : I that thence Kant 198 feet; thence South
hereby tclven untie -
SAVE TilE PEAR CROP Final Discharge. Yarhroiiirh, deceased to file your and Otto feet. ; thence Went 188 feet; to ,
I : by virtue of a Final D..r. -
t/ ,/ 1xJn A. e. CRtCWS. Executor claim with the County Judge. K. .. ..* of Foreclosure made and of befrlnnlnir. these lines befog !
Are you tired of the usual recipes 1-2-41-8-13 : K. Ferryman within eight. month renered according to Ih. proper variation -
by the Honorable A. :X Ad-
moNssjlie for canning ? It so from firm publication of this no- kins, of of Ih.. United mate urvey..
pears Judge the Court of
tic* or. the Hum will b. barred by :r.j'If a reservation being mad on the
-= try these new and interesting re- !II OT.('''' 0..- *PI.IOATION law he & th Judicial I Florida, Houth .Ide and along the Section.

,- withSdbRned Alan." cipes. NOTICJoro'ts''I'1'iN--:' Mr. Eva Fernandea.AOmlnUlratrlx.. In and for. dated Bradford tlml County 1V85 In int'hanc.ry line of twenty feet for. public
; July ,
aleamMhlp' Kin Lung, ; road, containing S acre, more or
gold' to her car- "I once hoped you would know Pear Chill That W. E. MlddleV>n, holder of Tax 8.S-/t-B-9S .ending certain between cause Federal therein lately Farm leant Bradford County Florida,
Certificate No. 498. it h.. day of Sept. Also-The. NWVl of the HWH Of
aga1nd attackthe me very well-but not that well." Use 6 large pears, 6 large onions A. D. J9S2,. has flleifiiaia certificate tN lion rage Corporation, .Plaintiff and the Sf'4 $e..Lion t(, Tp 6 M. Bangs.
piraten the China She broke the silence that fol 6 large peaches, and 12 In my office and mad application FIX3RIHA. To CLARA SIWK.INOER Strong, strong Defendant and, the wife undersigned Haiti- IX Rant: nonlalnlna 10 sores. more

g board .Wp lit ChiD.IJoII lowed. ."You find It an exciting pounds (1 peck) ripe tomatoes. for lax *deed with to law.Issue Said thereon certificate In acicordnnti whose residence I.I 1S14 who waa therein appointed a* or of lee Florida.. County of Urndford Otat ,
IIIIo O" Peel II Eberhardt Ave, Col..mblla. Oeorsla.It Special' M.ter In Chancery to exe- \ I
IonK thto "playmate" ofcaptain part of the world don't youTI the peaches, pears onions and umbrae the following- deacrb.dproperty / appearing by sworn Rill of rote the same, will, on Monday the with the appurtenano Said sale to
Sybil Bu.rJa..r. mean ashore. The glamous" tomatoes put through food chop ltuatd In Bradford Conn Complaint heretofore filed In that 2nd day of September during b* mad pursuant to said Ueuree to
GB8kell. y. Florida to-wltf Lot Two (I), 'I."tO .,,, .
the and .t.
certain now the ot ; satisfy same \
cause pending th
now B willow, with whom "Did I look glamorous this mornIng per Then add the following: 1 Six (5) of tllork Thirteen (19). Lincoln : Circuit Court, 10th Judicial J.1ro'u Court Mouse door In Htarko, FlorIda *- R. PKHRVMAN. 15

in love Ills yean after having been on shore? pint vinegar :2 tablespoons salt 3 Southeast City In South Half <8'4> of 'of Florida, Bradford County In all to the highest and bet A* Special Mauler In Chancery !

bs. u4"hlle fallen her husband Ashore doesn't always have to be ounces mixed spices (tie in cloth), Section(SE'4) Quart 83, Township r went SIX ofRailway Chancery Plnintlfiand, wherein Clara J. B.8eckln Seeklnser' er J I** I bidder. for cash 'the following de< .!....It..... I

VIOT smarttne' with China. I've been thinking about 4 cups sugar, and 2 tablespoons East.The((6) South. Rang Twenty-Two (IS) Defendant and the relief prayed for

tCIII u"In Khina for celery seed. la I a divorce and It appearing that NOTICE. "
insults Mrs. heading of
(' DoD England this spring""Oh amxMPimant said property the Defendant' residence I. 1114

ploUll1.at the Captain' table, Alan. Tm glad!t" She fail Mix ingredients and cook un- wag under In the the said of certificate Issued Eberbardt Ave.. Columbus, Georgia,
ilarrJay tdIaJIrI ed to keep of til .. name Julia Albert. that eha I* over the age of twenty Notice I. hereby given that the following d.'rlh..d lands, or ao much '
Gaskell a note out of thickened. Unl. said certificate .
_De. hope Pour while hot In hall b redeemed thereof
erMtinK a on. year, and that there 1* no person aa will b. necessary to pay the amount due for tax.a h.reln astOl'pexit.
ebe'U have to leave the. ship her voice. to'pint Jars; seal and process 10 will issue according"thereon. to on law the, 14th.tax deed or persons In lit. Stab of Florida .. tft the same. together with cost of such sale and advsrtleing. 1 1
day the service of upon will b. soW at public suction the' dud ,
In of
"So perhaps I'll be running Into minutes of August, A. D. IMS. firocee day September. 1156 at
bind said
Singspore. whom would personally Starke the County or Jr.dtord.
II you back there." Dated this 19th day of July A. D. .
Note: To make the English Shirley -. $35, r
Chapter IV "Are back alone is THEREFORE oRnRR: <:O T....
you., going T" (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Sauce the above ltrr ... '
"Alone?" ingredients A. J. THOMAS that said Defendant la hereby required +erlpllaa gee T R A. 0. ( _e.
are used, substituting 2' tablespoons Court. to appear In a4 rani on
A Clerk of Circuit .

bCONFESSION] "I ,"I thought. perhaps that of red hot pepper for the 1-z bl Bradford County Florida. or 18.15 before, otherwise the 2nd the day Iteration of l September of W'4"SVV, nf HW14_ "_ HWI4.._of_ 2 7 18 120 R. B. n"berl. ___.___ 45.11 .}
girl .- -8.US Wi4, nt SE1y A NE4 of
bad celery said Bill of Complaint will n* taken
Sir GuY Wilmerdingr Just "I'd be. a fool to deny her Sybil. a* confessed and a Decree Pro Con.feneo S E'4!: ______ 11 1 19 HO A. L, 'r.wa U lit I I1
lelling the story of a ship Pear HarlequinTake NOTirn entered against her. Ey] of NE'4, f& tt4ot 11 1 18 10 1. W, Plnhols-------- ._ 5,10
finished Chinese pirates who The proceedings have been as obvious 3 pounds pears 1 No. 2% Notice In' hereby liven to all cred. IT IH FURTHER ORDERED!: that WLe ot NWi ]14'W44.1I '
allacked by hors and !h'Wt-lt. & I'IW, of 7 19 .00 "nknown teas.
she the K
this b
them. aaalnet order each
as pictured She published one -- ------- '
killed every white; person onexc.pt has can plneabble, 2 oranges or 2 lemons tat. of H. R. Underbill to file theirclaim week for four consecutive week In SE's. of NFl'4 __.__......., 1 18 .0 Unknown. .._ .-__.-_ _,. 11.74 ,.iii'..
bid the Captain whom her qualities-but Just for and 1 oup toasted coconut. against galrfleetate. with the the Bradford County Telettraph. enewspaper Et ,v' Wi"r; :>y.of ; 'fjJ"W
board what she represents: 'ashore In County Jud.K. Ferryman, published and of general & '
needed to sail the ship Into Peel an dcore pears cut In thin NW'4 ofIE'/! 'II

they J. WUberforce China' slices. Dice pineapple, squeeze A NV' of 8W", of SFIt., .5/ K ZOt inn H. lu Johns __.._..h_ 18.011
port The American. Tm glad of that, too." She stared from NOTICE E'k] of HE'4" of NWI4. __? 1 20 to Minnie A Henry Olbion II"
scoffed at the tale. Paul Juice oranges and cut rind In of f Vf<4 of KK* ___ 3 11.0 '0 Prank Steiner' ..:_-h IO.K '

T\DIIIIons. eat at the smoking room out across the sea. very thin strips. If lemons are 'tli! .of NK'T: lee rood ...11 1.0 7S Fran Steiner __n_.._.- .....
JIoID&IIoff "You are an understanding woman used slice entire fruit thin. NOTICE: Ii''! HEREBY GIVEN that th.. following landa will b. sold al .. nf 8BV4 A all KH:
softly picking out something very public auction on the First Monday In "September, 19311. It being the .nd of 8KH' W of public
IL his eyes going every Sybil. Combine fruits measure and to day of said month before the Court Ifn".. door at Starke. In Bradford road ft all IIW\4 of 8K 4
Chopin, "I certainly, didn't expect the each pound of fruit allow three- County Stale nt Flnrld", or ao much thereof a" will b. necessary' to pay N of Mill 1Iran..h._-.-- .It 8 inA 70 Mr. J. P. Dowllnr. ?_.." 32.08
IL and then to the string ,of China Seas to be a the amount clu. for taxes: set opposite the pame. together with the cost W K of HR(4( _..-. ...____12 6 10 .80 Empire Lumber Co..- '13.40 ,
monastery. fourths of a dof E'" KW of
II about Mrs. Tlmmon's neck. poun sugar. ot such sale and adY"I.tleln. NWH *
park Gaskell got up and started pac- Sprinkle the over fruit 't I of8W.,4 __.U 6 20 480 Empire Lumber Co._._- 78.40 .,'
annoyed when Mrs. Voll- sugar : of 17)4 .
was ...... ffit4 XW14 AW A
IbenT entered and occupied the ing. "And I knew you understood and let stand In a cool place over Deserlptina ._ T R A' 0..... .a Cntu ot W14 of "6:XWt4'----1M1 6 10in 87 Frank Steiner _..___.- ._ 11.17 fu;'
why I resigned and disappeared.You night. In the morning heat slow NtI of NK14 of O 10SO Unknown .____,_ ass
Iduir nearest to the piano. Char- didn't need letter from tots 2. 4. I ot blk 1 as Nt af NW\4'ot\ 8W3 ____18 1 10 J. W Townsend ___*.__ '.59 "tl
I McCaleb the novelist.,, drunk as a me. ly and simmer until very thick. extended 0n I'n..ey.IIlal' lt ot HK" ..._____._11 1 to 80 ileors C, Johns ._ 15.04
H She nodded. "Bart admired you Five minutes before removing Orllln.1 TII\Yn ofStarke \V14 of IOWi: ....____ii 6 .0.0 Ueorve C, John ______ 11.75 ,
lever, sat nursing a half empty Alan. He was terribly puzzled by ____. ._u_ ______.1 I U Chas'Crutchtleld __.__ lI.n $ iJVof a" 1 A In ++
I bleb-ball glass. Colonel Aiken) at from the fire add the lightly- LO 8 bile 5, origl- NK Cor for chureh.83 8 10 80 B. J. A J. B. Kelley--_.. ll.OS

I resumed his your leaving. toasted coconut. Pour at once in :18T w"J of Starke' .. ...25 I 3S Unknown '.: ._____-_ 21.11 N WU fll NE'i A Nia, of ,
the end of the yarn Lots II, 8. 1. 8 ot blk 1. NW(4 .. ..."____.. ____1.1 8 10 110 Frank Steiner' .____- .....
\\me of chess with a .fellow-trav- "It was all I could do, wasn'tIt sterile jars and simmer 10 minutes Original I Town ofStarke Fracl nik t In New a

?" ----------------2. S U Joe I'II"trunk' __.._ ".80 lv1"rT1IIt ...-' 23.24 8 10 J. E. Adkln .,?-. -" 3.14
jer. Lots 1 3 3 1 of Lot 8 in New
Romanoff leaned towards Mrs.nmmOM. "Yes," she agreed slowly. "We Sweet Spiced Pear Pickle 0. Livingston, Truby & River. --. ..95.3$0 -. Emil Mitchell .... -. 1.40 t.

"Better take care of .I might have broken his heartIf Use 7 pounds hard pears, % lemon Co' Addition _._. _______.98 I IS Livingston Trub ,ra t* 5, 7, 1, / Bile p In (
rind, 3 1-2 1.2 ; Co. __.._._____... 6,66Lnt I Nw U\k..rli-\ ---.-. .23-34 6 20 B. F. Renfro -----,?-_ ....
If are attacked by you'd stayed"He pounds sugar Lot 1
those pearls we s I, 2. 3. 12, 1:1: 14 ot In New
-_ went quickly to her at the on ring, 3 1-2 pounds sugar 1-2 talk "lI. T.Ivlnqet, Truby River ._" ."___..,. III... 6 10 B. F, Renfroe ...__... ." *..0 t
pirates" whole 1 vinegar Cn'e Addition: :.l5 1 II Mrs. T. S. Williams__ lUll Lot 9 BIle 15 In New
"Why?" They're not .worth anything window. His voice was strained. I ounce cloves pint bile I.IWiiq- River ._______. S3.24 6 20 n. V. nnro .i.-.i.B 1.40 4'
They're artificial." .Har "Sybil now that we've met again 1.4 ounce allspice. 1 ounceginger \'no Truby Il Co'. Additiou 'Lot 7 Rlk 15 In New -
; i-o t"ind2rcs stick __?-_-_..,j_____... 0 IS T:. W. Tisy.s River _______ __-- 13-24 I 20 F, Runfro ...--_.. a... 'I
H. Sternberg __._.__ 11.111 I Lot 2, 4, 6 I. 8 Blk 91In ,
cinnamon.Peel Lou I. Qf bile I'. 1.lv. New River .._ ._ 95.96 20 -- Emll 'Mitchell ___.._.... .... 1'
and cut pears In halves or Inaxun Trub" & Co' Lot. 3. 8. 10 13 nlk' ,
Addition -._._ ___18 5 91' Mrs. W. H Miner __.. 7.IU 30 In New River 23-24 I 10 Kind Mitchell .,..4."___. I."
quarters removing core. Make a Lot U ot hlk U. 1.lv- Lot 2,' 4, 6. title 11 In

sirup of vinegar and sugar and Inireton Truly & Co' Nw River .... _____. 2,1.14 II 10 Emil Mitchell -___-. 1.04
Addition _28 5 1:1: n. J. Davis _.,,-_._... 18.80 Lot* 2"rik5, 6. 7; 8, 9. 10.. '
2a'e' lemon; put spices in small piecesof Lots 10 11 of bik 14. 1.iv-. ,11. 33 'I In New: k

cheesecloth and add to sirup. Ingstnn Truby & Co' River .__.,,_____.. 2.U24 8 10 Kmll Mitchell __.____ Lit +
Addition ... .. _._.96 5 n ?In. L. n. Eastman.._. 14.10 Lot 12 nlk.. In New b'
this to simmer
When mixture begins Lnh M. 9. 10 nl bile 1 fl. River .. ".U 8 10 Emit Mitchell _____ __ 1.40
add the pears and bring td LivingstonTruhy aCots Lot 2. 8, 4. ft, 47. Tl nik ,,

boiling point. Cook quickly 10 Addition ___ ._ .__18 5 52 D. L. SlIoox _.._____._. 1t.80 44 In New Itlv-r__ .23-24 .8 10 Emit Mitchell _____.. '..UI '
I.nta I. 4, II, 6. 1. 8, 9. 10, I Lots 9. 4 Slut 45 In New
minutes then allow to stand over 11. t2 of bile 96: Livingston I River _. '--_ .' _.- 29-24 8 20 Emll Mitchell ..______ I." I
night. Next drain off the Truby & Co' Lot 2, a. 5, 8 7. 1 Blk
morning Addition _, ____.8 I .S 7, If. Cauth.n .._____-. 1.11 43 I In New River ..3.124 60 Emil Mitchell .____ 1.14
sirup from the pears and boll rap- Lot I ot bile: 5. Lleingxtnn Lot 1, 2, 8. 4. A Fracl 9
Idly 10 minutes again. Add pears .T.uby Co'a I Lou 5. 6, A all Lot 7,
Sub-dlyl"lon _l8 S .2 Saul nank.non ___-_ 1,19 8, 9, 10, ii. 12 Blk 47 .
and let stand as before, repeat this : Lots a, 4 of bt1t 8e1. f.lv- In New River 29.14 t 10 Emit Mitchell ?......_.. 4.59 "I
W rl< until fruit la clear then boil the ingatnn Trub" & CO' All Illk* 55 B8 In New ,
f I Sub-dlv.lnn! 96 6 12 River __ ____.a." .
is Willie Roberts ____.._ 1.13 no. 8 10 Emil Mitchell __".- .. 1.14 I'
sirup down until it just enough Lots 1. l or E% of blk 52.Livingston. Ett4wa'4: RH, of NWU
to.cover the fruit. Then pack Truby & of SW% A Eta 7pb

In add hot sirup and ('0'" "' "b-dIYI..lon. .___.21. I .2 1.IIile aannders _......_ 1.10Lot Alit. $WI/ "___..*_____14 8 20 32A Empire Lumber Co.._.. 88.18 "erNW
pears Jars 8 nr talk: 53.H-Iv4ag-, .' I U'6 10 1.0 'Kmplr Lumber Co__._ 101." ; i
process 10 minute at simmering.Note ton Truby&Co'e Sub- ,l e' ', of NW 10ft *' i9.7 y
"" ---
: The be finished division: : _. .18 S 12' Water; Cummings; __. ..11 All ex NWM of NW% ....M 10 6040 lento ireR Lumber Co. _.., 97.HI fc
pears may Lot 4 of bilil2. Livln.- NW14 of HE'4 -_____-17 8 .0'.0 c'. W. Andrew ?_.__ 13.78 ,
in one day by boiling them in .ton. Truly Me Co'.Sub-. "1'4: of fOl the sirup until the fruit Is dear division .____28. I 22 Charley Thomas .._.. 11.10 .' 'fof SWli A. BWM of
Lot 4 of hilt: U. Livingaton .. I NX214a- ____ "' 1 20 30 Empire Lumber Co.... 11.10
r Remove the fruit and boll down Truhy" ("n'. Hubllvl.lnn K 4 nf NWTd17

the sirup add fruit reheat and / for 1933 t.11 n Charley Thom. .___ 11.0a NW? of HRi:" _________.29 < 10 20 IT. n. John h__. _..._,.111.04 ''
N'I4t ot lot. nt hlk 47.Livingston NWt4 of NWH .. ___ ,. ._ID 8 20 40 Empire Lumber Co...__ 1.40
finish as above. The fruit Is T.ub Co' H Lot 2 A 8 S of

rich if done this wey. Auh.dlvl..lon __u___ ___21 5 II l1a.,1 Williams ____. .211 River I _- -_- _-__-_..'O 8 20 70 Empire Lumber. Colee. ,
Lots 11, IL 12 14 olI. N(4 Lot 4 l 1, 3, ..___..31 4 20 120 Empire Lumber Co.11.84 i
Davis :r. '! ruby's Addition EH of NK'4 A NEV4 of

M. J. Rose, Jacksonville, has to 8"rk. _.._.___l8 I II r. 111. Oray ------y 11.11 Mlt4 _____________.11 8 10 110 T. M. Stevens _......_ 47.41
been re-elected president of the 8% nr Lot II. 6 A H I It yhoofNF'4 .n 8 10 40 W. H. Hods .,,,- ..._ 11.74 .
Aha !tot me undo a lie I told. I'm not traveling for pleasure,1"Banner nf lot 8 .n Lot 7 .x". W A"NWU""A"N'4
Florida Forestry Association W. S10ftofhlkA.N.J.Jones ofW4&NWi4of ft

the -' Mount Dora executive Addltloa tostark. --_e-_-.11 8 10 RIel T. M. Steven ..... 141.8 4,
was nervous, almost pteadTtamons -If I thought there was slightest L'K. Barnett __--_.----"__--_III 6 12 _, btlsa Mina Mantua _.. 14.l1 Al11Cu--_'______ ,.111 8 10t .4.1) Empire Lumber? -("00.._ 103.88
IIg. chance after the way we met I II'd secretary.proposed II 10 It nf lot 7 all oExN6ft All. -8HWV 10 840 Empire: Lumber Co.,. 103." CI
I with everything 1 i I &alllotsa .. of NWii A W* ofBM .
flipped bit "wiW! stumble out 10 of bile A. N. J. v of N'tPV A NWiAof
said five years:go. Td-" McArdle that Jon. a Alldlll"n to HWI4 &W11 of NE'4 M
Stung of yearL "Twelve bulks and< tCOd"Bhe.turned to Jameay Starke _____ -.... ... 12 E, B. Matthews _._ 11I.811 WW S T SO .. ,1
I ..
8h M-cash! If you're a pearl "Alan, let me undo a lie he and she start a little competition 8 10 It of lot7 '" all bit to.f of HKH.. -;:;tNwil1 no Unknown .. ......._..

buyer : to him frankly. Tm for the people when I Ex, N II ft and all IoU I ... of S\V)4' ) ,
you should know that.: common .. a Ntjofy'g i.
:I've followed t. 10 of s I \ .A MWU
for bAA.lI,1
not pleasure. _
traveling her
.> Romanoff after a startled Miss Yu-Lan' only response to es, i or III!:'* ._. ._?..-..__.8 I jo 130 n. AI; Wk Co.._ 3I.5B +
flance, stalled: "A bargain I'd say. :.a memory deep In my heart commendation was to speaksharply 8i.., for 2935 taxea.2t; : '6 12 E. s. Matthews ---. 110.IBII Lot 8, 9. 10, II, 13 __-. 8Hti 7 10n0 II. P, Oaln.y __. 1M./5
I traced you here, found your I to her No. 1 I 10 ft of lot 7 lit all let of Lot 8 A all Lot. 7.. 4Stt 7 10 135 K. A, Week Co'..__
Where Chinese::
did you get them, Kirs. In I cx N II ft & all lots 9.lO of HJ.., of Lot t A BU Is/8
Unmans?" ship. And now that Tve found you i boy who was glaring at the new of bl1. A. N. J..Jo.... + Lot ASMi __ ".'., 4
Lo4 W t4lof \
Addition to Starke. for ",
'1 bought them myself;* -Mb 'reIW I dottt give snap of my finger comer. Ah Fang, the Chinese 1981 taxes _-__ U 4 .2 E. B. Matthews. ____ 1I.8D N14 t
ta -- ------ -t. Lot 4 NM Lot 4.._.. 7 7 10 '80 R. A. Weeks Co; .
be __ ".IT
I. too quickly.. -In ToWo."V She how you've lived. .J'JI.awao. I steward, took up a gun and load- 8 50 x1NtSoft7S I
1 Acre In SB Cor of
looked nervously a'l bet husband.Tm love with you"For ed It for her.. Miss Yu-Lan spoke 9 10 of bile A. N, J. T nt IIIW" NBJUAH
1 7 10 1 Unknown .........__.. 4.71 hr
sure you dt n"tpay to a moment 'he could scarce to Sybil as though taking up an Jnn.a AAAltlon toStark. Eta of "jit"of"ilWJ4"7>f"SW
for un 'S.II II m. s. Mattlt.w. ___ as.1II i
N of Ry .. HIOOft
Bach for them said Romanoff. believe his ears. Then his arms Interrupted conversation: 1 ; 3, 4 1 7,
Oaakell Lo 'o .:v Ia.a.: 'i -- ., ___ 1 T 20 I n. A, Week _____.___ x6.49.
crushedher fraci I '
/<."Bt your sweet life she didn't, went slowly about her: "Are you and Captain & lot Lot B Hlk 1 W.rdrity.., .7.0 Mr. Oeena Oodwln.1.20,

traclaJmed her husband proudly hungrily to him; kissed the lips ''I going to make your home to Singapore lots of blk T. HcxS5 S H. !I J. Jones:ft.C Lot Lot 1 8 Illk Rile I j Ward Ward City('11) ..>_. I a i.o It. A. Week Cn _'_.. 1.1' };

"at little girl gets her money raised eagerly to his. When she or In Hong Kong?" AddItion to Starke 1E.S._. _..1 'e' 13 R. S. W..dln e.---, ..... Lot 4 Elk I Ward "lty.. _. It R.Mr A.. hens Week O Co.
WOrth every timer! H* broke off opened her eyes; she asked softly: "I don't think we're golD to stay Lou Matthew.1,1 otbile Addition "A"to r Lot t Rib S.Ward ,fltjr ? a 7 .0 Mr*. O.ena Oodwl'n... .... t
tents I 3 4 Dlk 3 Ward =
tt Tom Davids. the Third Officer Win you wait tin: Spring now T" out here at alL" "t..1 ___-___. -----.1 II 111. a. Mattb. ___ 12.66 WMi Fractl Blk I Ward Oty. / 7 10 H. B., Crosby __, II." J a.

filtered to speak to Str? Guy.' lmSoup "Watch me! Til sign off at Sin China Doll had been ready to Lola: 1. 2: .t. Addition bileMatthew. 1. E."A"to A. All CIty.'Uk'.' WaYd"Clfy".".. .0 r R. A. Wk Co. r--._ 4.78 '

challenged Sir Guy: rWB gapore. We'll dig up a magistrate shoot, but was so startled that she !!Itar1<.. for tIU tasa,,_" 1 53 m, a. Matthew. .____ 41.00 All Blk 7 ex Lot 9, 9, 10. 6 7.0' R A. Wk "Co, ....._.r .0'

kirn that c1 p1a1n-" allowed the clay-pleon to fan into LMO '1. 2 of bile 1. E. ... II Ward City -- 1 7 lo u
bunk about the ship th er a Matthews" Addition "A"to Lot II, 11 13, 14 IK- nIle n. A. wk Co __.. 40.03$ S,

pirates held up and scuttled/:> lie "Or a Buddhist monk'If there' the water wlthou firing. Stark.. for 1931 ..._U 1 U E. s. Matth__ ____ 'UD 8 Ward City ... 1 7 10 __ : ii

snored sir Guy efforts to AMt no other, Alan And you'll come "Had my .safey on." she said Lots I, 2 of. Addlllnn blk ....111.. S.Matthew. ". Lots Ward fl. 4 6 3.'7 1 Dlk' R. .A, "Week Co.,_ 14.13 ,

Mm off. -Get a load of,this., OtJ" -. back where you belcmg1'rhat's with an embarrassed laugh. Then, t. Starka for un tax.. I3 4 I. m. a M.tth.wI _._ 1'.111AU Lot 10 4 Blk II City: Ward-City- --- ?. /1 T 7.11 20 -_ Mr Mr,. 8.Oxena B. Mott Oodwln.-.,. 'I.ll24 5,71 4f

*; it's terrific" right-ashore ta Englandwith in an aside to Jamesy: "Did you blk I E. S. MatthewsAddition II Lot 1. 5. 11. 12 DIll 12 y,
"A" to .tark..2/ r a. Matill_. __ 11.11All Ward .. .
', "I don't bear what she said. .... City ------- ---- 1 7'0 eMr.*. Ciena Godwin ...,
remember saying any you;I" bile 2 E. S IIlatth. Lot 4 Blk 13 Ward City / 1 10, _. h

p.mr.. Tlmmon began SirGuy.; From that hour, his officer, thee "Sure. It's all over the ship. AddHtow U83 taxes.1"A" to Starkefor 4 2/ m. ft. Mattll_. _,; 61,20 Lot City 1, 2, 10 Blk 14 Ward- Mr-*., Laura B.. HaiUrMr .. .21 {i

? "You can't get cat ot 'It: Ilk
wl Ten him about the on*whlta teaasformatlon to their CSH ****. minute we dock at Singapore. Ajldlt" "A" 10 Btar.. Matth I II':, .14 Ward City ? .. g 7.0 '
him then for ,.1ut I J...5 ..:.....-.J' 1f E. ew. 12.56 Lot 9, |0 ilk II ard'a 1J'
at ;
Officer who came out of It alive was polite to them; attentive totileii' She almply stared All bile .. F.. 14. Matthews '. CIt" 7. ,. _' '
WOe He off In giving tried to cover up the shock the Ad..ltl. "A" to .tar.... Lnu.i2? *Blk"2'o"w'ardLot Mr*. Banl* ..Mott4.l> ..,... ?
sndd4Aly requests, pleasant _.. ___--31 4 11 E. !. Matthew. __ I. ,
her. "So that'swhy for 11111 t.". q.63Lola : / 1 10 _
.M.Davids, couldn't wsdewUnd news had been to 4 'Vnknown ____ 10,16
" going ahnoct whit un.4er order They 1. L 1..4 of blk'LTemplee 7'BIle l1'WaiG' ,

Us tall picked fate and began to notice Oaekell' turned *.unnyMup Addition to City ___ 1 f _
then they
at first 10 w
It Mr.
up cap ; ,
Ona _
22 1.1"
2. 4
Walked shot at A claypigeonand "Ia.k. ___- A.'11. Halt __---.. 12,01gWVra'tnM Com 198 yd* W of SuCor ,
be She
time was !I"
quietly out of the much of the
smoking bow .-
1 i nf
> terrible!I" din St m t BHtf, of SW14 A ran ,
on. "What's the rnattw,I with with Mrs Barclay. mI8 ed. "Boy; am d., N 30 yd* to

that bird? Was I speaking out of And a* often happens, the oth- '"I think you are very" continuedMiss wise not known .a 1111 J. O.a Alvarsr.stdencC 1 10tln Mouth Ward City Boundary thence *) owsaid of

most intimately concerned to stayn the Orient NW cor sold to J., L. .' boundary 37 yds y,
er person a saying Peek __ .1 I .1 .: ,3. W. Andr...... JR-.._ ....1 thence aj Hi ) '
. .Tm afrJd : was YuLn"We have 0 yd* to b... I f' 10 ...
, you. weys'f Mid Sir la their new relationship 3 a. tn S----ofNW .' NWU of NWU A SKU of Mr*. Banl Mott _. U...
*,. '"That Tom Darkls--epWn the last to hear about It China 'After this cheap strong wine, the" ,(" ot SW'4 -_..-.11 11 -\ Mr.. 3. a.. Wlna' w___ 11.55 HW'4 a Jill(, 0' 8W14"

of the wp I told of. wandered the deck attracted most delicate tea has little fJaYOl". Com .i a .t.k. on ditch nf NofwEi4.. .._ 10 100 Mr. C A.
Joel Doll upon turn whsve Madison St BWJ4\ :;,____ 1 7 20 LewU.c". SLIT uNVi
i Doll
Tlmmons of rlfle-flrrac. Her aimed China connect a 40 Mra, 'jr. R. Oroover .._ 111.11 t7
had not- iiotlool :Skis by the sound gun said ditch ot HF.YA. __.___ 0 7 80 90
Wife towards the speaker .o run II on said ditch 120 "' of HW Empire Latnb.tCo. .. 11,51
leave .
fbU the smoking room' for Miss Yu-Lan and Mrs. Barclaywere ed quickly double-bar- PJ 1011 ft H If fried 'Wi of AE'4 k--811; ot--- 7' 1 0 40 R. J.. Water .: .. 11,71
1 her
deck nor pry any. attBtktt shooting at day-pigeons being that the muzzle of 15ft.NICIftt5icon .. Altoo n of

!* Q Paul RoiDSBoff follow h .. released from a trap by a Chinese relied gun pointed towards the lit, W on said lIt of .?* --.VT"I'' .0 Unknown _
lie Yu-Lan 7ft ft to beg In NW\4 ot .N(4( 'W'4' H HW& _.- ....__ .,.$
Would not hnr* thought .anyH steward. Jamesy McArdle Chinese woman. Miss 1JW"i, __ -. --oil It 3. C. Robinson .__ .'.01 of 9 Wt ex Jl'100!

H of It if ke had noticed. But who was watching, called good 'backed away. China Doll aware Corn 254C4 ft PJ of 8m ear ft A NH of' SBt4: *
u faux- ot Call Orange Stst :\ of Bffi1 _.. .. 11 T '
another 2*
monoeat Mrs Tlmmons at morning to her tt response to her abe bad committed I< Y1I..1e51ri5i J lilt! '.'" ABEl4 h.. .. _-___11 T 10 387 Empire Lumber Co _" IU."
J* nil' was strugxKng m ,the "IU, everybody." NODe of the other pas. exclaimed: "Sorry. I'm aw' H Can at. N SH" ot NKW- S'NW i4 of 440 Empire: Lumber Co.. ._ U'.1I '
W .al' 8t to ,
thence on NW14 A N\ of
1 of Romano Her. resistance spectators respo-dedVuBtll By- fully sorry""Quite beg ____ _II 2. 3. 3. ffiffq 3ohn.___ n." BWU''cf SW14 SBM. _Ai.II 1 10
> When h. shoot looked up and all right said Miss Yu- 8 .41 It of lot. 5'S of IIlk .A oNEyi&' 8WU? of 200 Empire: Lumber Co. ., '.1."
pot beth amui bI1 about to .
'.Jon. A..__ 2I IS 3. JIJ. __,, 21
about "You had no idea It 1 I. D. + ? Corp.nln I1 NBt4 A K 4(, of NW14. _14 1 10
her ana drew ner.to him; she seeing China Doll gave her a Lan cooly. Lot I of bile .. City Park b NW14\ of NIE'4 100 Empire Lumber Co. _,,.....8 )e
ftcetved his warm Us e* without friendly"Good morning. then was loaded. The gesture of a Sub-dlvloton ._2t t2 1". R. Young ...,,_.,:-..,. 1.0 SB<4 of gwy &'ewe. -ofB. 14 7 10 40 Unknown .,,..._ ._ .....
11 II.
Pi'oteat. do not ex- Lots I. Is. 11. I BBUDM
.,. called.v.rkl' to Br boy and fir woman Ilk you simply 7..Ii. 10, 10. 21, :I" of- Nn11sis T l.. 99 _R. IT. Howard_ ___ ...... .....

In the chart room lighted only ed. "'J" your not, Was Port- ist Mark." H' sfrse'1 tat' rod .. -.__?_______ !18 T 10 S( F. ft,
bile ...
? asham- of .. CIt.Park IIW\4 HoIIInoworth. ..
strolled ,
the feeble land. It r* Uy wasn't cessary.- China Don away broke .ull-d."I.lon :. -- -_II II '- "'.I 8. Watson _____A. I.... II4 SWte*"'-'_A..li 7 a0e 0. C, MeHey ____.., 11.7.
the eosappadi' acted 80 crazy," China ed gry. Miss Yu-Laa Lola '. 4. 1 .f bik 1 City A
. cukeiim was Captainss "Sorry I IIIa8 YLaD.. Tmo Wrd.7 China Doll felt Park It t/viii/ nt1___21 31 T. R Young ...___ 0,71 "ul. A "' "1:14: 01 Arty U 7.0. 1f ,,,3.. W. Pad..U _,.-v gale t..
studying a while DoD *rid Including .
map, Lo N .
- Barclay 1 liquor is bar Chine woman said, "Mark"tb the ship's cat rubbing against her r..l:: Clty-Park: Sub- a.f ua A-2.a----.S.tt 'I 10 O.C.. Y.ll.y ..,,",_ .. ..t' ,,"I i
at&M The beat dow to stroke 1* .* .wtMoa ____._______1. 1 tf W:.8. Watse.r-- g2k Uape R..a
"Gunstub. .nitro. .. I '
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Entertains At Bunco Party STUFFING BABY IS CAUSEOF ,Gloria Johns German farm leaders
Norfleet-Smith Wedding ,
INFANTILE ECZEMA Wins Honors d by figures
1 Lovely Event In Madison For Mrs. Cox' Stuffing a baby In a frenzy to Camp ductlveness has Showing doubled batpt?r1

entertained see It gain weight may be the di- Miss Gloria Johns has been generations. la tin
,3ocietvJ The following account of the Mrs. J. P. Warren
Norfleet-Smith wedding in Madi- three tables of Bunco players Friday rect cause of his eczema, Dr. Dennis spending a pleasant summer at

son will be of Interest here: afternoon at the Woman's Kelly and Myrtle Meyer Eldred Rockbrook Camp near Brevard, N.
A marriage of much cordial Interest Club building In honor of Mrs point out In the third article of the C., along with several other Flor-
Cox of Raiford, a recent series on "Why the Baby Has Eczema" -
to friends here, and through Ralph ida REAL
:\ Mrs. 1C G. Duncan Honored Entertains For Mrs. Cox out North Florida and South Georgia bride. fa:' appearing In the July Hy- girls. She writes very inter-
was that of Miss Rachel Town- Floor and tatye t ,baskets of coral, geta. estingly of the activities at the
J At Gainesville Party Mrs James A. Lewis and Miss send Smith, daughter of Mr. and vine and pink Manias were used to The diet Is the most frequent camp this summer. ESTATE

The following Item taken from afternoon Beverly Cady at the entertained home of Monday Miss Mrs...,Daniel ,G Smith, and Nat decorate the/sun parlor of the cause of Infantile eczema. Overfeeding i Miss Johns was the first girl in IF YOU WANT
issue of the GainesvilleSun Norfleet, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. club where thet bles were arranged. of rich milk often cripplesthe
Sunday' the this
: Cady at Klngsley Lake, at a miscellaneous The burdenof camp summer to win honors BUY, SELL JvT
f will be of Interest here: Norfleet of Lakeland, which wasa Miss HowjVtJaynes won high I baby's digestion. I in Sue has OR
shower In honor of Mrs. archery. also been
fat which Is the last food SEE
r "Mrs. T. E. Duncan was charm- beautiful event solemnized in the prize and wajrpresented a box of active In USWILSON-
Ralph Cox, of Raiford, who priorto canoeing, swimming and
Mrs. element to leave the stomach,
; Ing hostess Friday afternoon, entertaining Presbyterian Church Thursday linen sport'handkerchiefs.'
; her recent marriage was Miss biking.
'. : at bridge honoring Mrs. Melba Silcox.A evening in the presence of a large Glenn Wood .recent bride was sometimes Inhibits the digestion of .
f K. O. Duncan of Starke and Mrs. assemblage of friends and relatjves. given a box pMlnen handkerchiefswhich the proteins, throwing them undigested -
,e Roy Smith, of Tennllle, Ga. profusion of late decorated summer flow-the The Rev. R. H. Latham, i was:.a'\gift from Mrs. War- into the blood stream. McCracken County, Ky., ended REALTY CORP
"Coral vine, roses, and zinnias ers attractively Dur- ,pastor of the church officiated.A ren, and to the honoree, Mrs. Cox, Some Infants tend to suffer Irritation its fiscal year with a cash balanceof
were used in the decorations and Cady home for the occasion.and program of nuptial music was the hostess and guests presented a from foods which are being 910,000 and all bills paid.
for ing the afternoon games con- lovely twenty-one piece Imported eaten by the mother. Others possess -
F' formed a beautiful background tests were enjoyed and fn a con- presented preceding the ceremony
( the guests. the by Mrs. Rabe J. Love of Quincy, china tea set... an Idiosyncrasy toward such BOREE
test Miss Hope Haynes won FUNERAL
'I t "Mrs. Wilbur Bishop scored high Miss Marjorie Stump, In organist, and Waller Whltlock, Late in the afternoon an Iced foods as eggs, cereals or vegeta- HOME-
1-- and was awarded first prize, a her prize.clever manner, gave a :very tenor: soloist, sang several selections Course.W&8 served by Mrs. War- bles. The sensitivity may, of Fun line of Casket 8 Undertakers SlIppliert
,n knitted basket, while second prize, reading after which the : The "Bridal Chorus" from ren assisted by her slater. Miss course, be a gradual development. AMBULANCE SERVICE
Colonial print, was won by Mrs. of "Lohengren" was played for the Lorraine[ Smith During the child's second yearit DAY AND NIGHT
shower lovely gifts were pre-
: Zach Douglas. The honorees were sented to Mrs. Cox.Refresbments processional, and Mendelssohn' Those enjoying this lovely party is a great temptation to over. 53 PHONE 53
.s recipients of dainty fingertip tow- consisting of sandwiches "Wedding March" aa the reces- with the hostess and honoree, whelm him with starchy foods. O. H. BENNETT, Mgr
h sional. were: such as crackers, bread and butter, "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
cake and. punch were serv-
potatoes, bananas and often candy.
ed by the two hostesses assistedby Decorations in the church were Misses Marjorle and Evelyn
Fruits are most
: Miss Marjorie Stump. most beautiful. Palms, ferns, and Stump Beverly Cady, Kitty Hog- infrequently
listed irritants.
f RITZ THEATRE I It Those invited to share this lovely lacey bamboo were used aa a background sed, Hope Haynes, Lula Redgrave, both as possible juice and tomato Usually
orange Juice
occasion with Mrs. Lewis, Miss for floor baskets of pastel Dorothy Bitch and Mrs. Glenn '
with their
high ,vitamin C
contents -
STARKE Cady and Mrs. Cox, were: flowers' and Ecclesiastical tapersIn Wood, Mrs.MorganRichard and COFFEE
are needed in the diet of the
Mrs. D.' L. Silcox, Mrs. R. G. white candelabra.The Mrs.. Richard GJ
ii PROGRAMBEGINNING Klcld, Mrs. J. P. Warren, Mrs. bride entered the church on -_:,.'. eczematous(Taken from child.June .Health Notes) t( D Freshly Roasted! Freshly Ground':

N FRIDAY Glenn Wood, Mrs. Morgan Richard, the arm of her father, by whom she Mr. and Mra/Qulncy Masters of Clennle Hickok, R. N. EIGHT O'CLOCK KED CIRCLE
Mrs. Clifton Brown, Mrs L. F. was given In marriage. She was at- Okahumpka we're visiting Mr. and FERA Nurse, Bradford "Mild-Mellow" "Rich Full Bodied"
;; FRIDAY, AUGUST 2SRD Dinkins, Mrs. J.. C. Foster, and tended by Miss Hazel Middleton of Mrs. Leaton IT. Morgan Sunday. County
.j 'Daring Young Man' Mrs. Gerald Cox,of Raiford, and Starke, as maid-of-honor. Her Lb. 17c Lb.
James. Uunn-IUae Clarke Misses Marjorie and Evelyn brides-maids were Miss Lola Mitchell HOW QUICK CAN YOU STOP IITAi eoste 19c

( Stump, Kitty. .Hogsed, Hope and Bainbridge, Ga.,, Miss Doro- mony, given in the home of the Some time ago a questionnairewas BOKAR-.Vlgorous-Wlney"
SATURDAY, AUG. 24TII.' Georgia Haynes, Louise Cox, Mini thy Norfleet, Lakeland, Miss Carolyn bride's parents. Summer flowersIn submitted to motorists by the 'WHERE ECONOMY RULESmssssssm Per Lb. 23c
;4' '"Fighting Shadow"Tim Mantissa, Dorothy Rltch, Mary Ca- Brinson, Monticello, and Miss pastel shades, pink predominating city of Memphis concerning the -

Ii McCoy nova, Gullda Marie Thede, Mary Emmala Mays Kelly, Madison' decorated the rooms. A three- distance necessary for stopping WHITE HOUSE

Comedy and Kerl,,l Lucille Torode, Leila Dea Andrews Mr. Norfleet had as his best tiered bride's cake adorned the table cars going at given speeds. The
Lula Redgrave, Lois Long, man, Shelton Adklns of Gaines- In the dining room, and tapers survey demonstrated that the average MILK 5 TaU Cans
SCN.-MON., An*. 25th & 26th Lillian and Ruth Sternberg end ville, and ushers who later entered turned In sllveV holders. driver has an exceedinglypoor 27c

: 1 "G-MEN" Bea Cox, and Mrs. R. H. Cox. with the bridal party, were D. G After spending a while with conception of stopping dis '
Smith, Jr., brother of the bride, .nces-and that he believes he. I' IONA'TENDER
(!'t, James Carney Annual O. E. S. Picnic their guests Mr. and Mrs. Norfleetleft CUT GREEN STRINGLESS
":k Margaret Lindsay Sam Schilling, Madison, Danny for Jacksonville: and from can bring his car to a halt in a
'!i'i: Comedy with Phil HpltalnyJt The annual Eastern Star Robert Maulsby, Gainesville, and A. S. there will go for a sojourn at the much shorter space.' than is actually BEANS 4 No. 2 Cans 25cLIBBY'S
i.\' Orchestra A New Morris picnic will be held at Glen Townsend, Jacksonville. Florida Beaches. The bride traveled required.
"if Springs Saturday, August 31. All For example, drivers were asker
'+, TUE3.-WED., Aug. 27th 28th The bridesmaids wore gowns of in a modish tropic white linen
members of Starke Chapter with how feet would
' pink mousellne de sole, made OQ suit, with blouse of brown.and accessories many needed to CORNEDBEEF'HASH
; 'Traveling Saleslady'Joan their families are urged to attend, a with
stop car four-wheel brakes
.' long lines; each style suited to the in white.
( Blondes Take a well filled basket. Individual. moving at a speed of forty miles I 216-oz. 29cDEL
Old fashioned French
On their return will resideIn cans
11 Comedy with, they hour
per on an ordinary highway.
Fans, from which shower of
DIZZY DAFFY DEAN a pas- Gainesville., Mra. Norfleet is one Two cent of the.
els."A per drivers
tel shaded flowers fell to the bot- answered -
,t delicious salad course with of Madison's most, popular and MONTE
' TIIUKS.-FIU. Ang. 20 & SOth. Iced tea was served. tom of their skirts, were carried She ten feet or less; 13.9: percent
charming young women. was
;& "AIRHAWKS"pbB6Uwmy "The guest list Included: Mrs. burned in sliver holders. 'answered eleven to twenty PEACHES
graduated Madison
from High feet; the heaviest majority. 2 No. 2V 35c
K. G. Duncan, Starke; Mrs. Roy The charming young bride was School ani"'attended the Florida per cent, answered twenty-one to cans

TalA Blrell Smith, Tennille. Ga.: Mrs. Birkett lovely in her wedding gown, a State College and the Breqau Con- thirty feet, and 14.f cent
: Jordan, Mrs. Joe Lang Mrs Gene Molyneux model of white Duchess servatory at Gainesville, Ga. where per an- FRESH
' swered
" COMING: Stin.-Mon., Sept. 1 din Lang, Mrs. Baacom Mlzelle, Mrs. satin, and Alencon lace, fashionedon she was a member of the Delta fifty-one to sixty feet.
2, "IN CALIENTE" with Do- The true answer Is eighty feet- CARROTS Bunch Sc
& John E. Pierson, Mrs. Phil Maguire princess lines with a train. Her Delta sorority. She has been a
,;; lows' Del Rio, I'at O'Brien and and it was given by less than six
JUDY CANOVA. Mrs. John E. Maines, Jr., veil was of sheerest white tulle, much feted bride-elect, a series of THOMPSON SEEDLESS
l per cent of the drivers. ml
'''1, Mrs. James Hughes, Mrs. L. A.. and fell from'a cap of real lace. parties, showers, luncheons, and norlty of motorists realize Only that a, GRAPES 2 Pounds ISe
t, CASH NITS EVERY WED- Duncan, Mrs. .J., J. Canova, Mrs. Sprays of orange blossoms held the teas, having been given in her matter no
:Ii'' NESDAY. Those attending Tolbert Black, Mrs. Thos. W, veil in place and were. scatteredover honor Is good a car's brakes, 1 It YELLOW ONIONS 3 Ibs. lOc
Impossible to within
"t show Tuesday are eligible for Snow, Mrs. Zach Douglas, Mrs Its filmy length. Her flowers Mr. Norfleet received his educa- feet that stop fifty FANCY HEADLEITUCE
their a car going forty mile
prize by leaving name
'i Davis Douglas, Miss Jeannette were a bridal bouquet of Bermuda
tion in the Florida
schools, and Is
with cashier an hour will skid further
Tuenday. Bargain than that
; Shaw, Mrs. Edwin Andrews Mrs. Hies, with shower of lilies of the prominently connected with the Iceberg 2 for ISc
Night Friday. with locked wheels. Industrie
v every -
' Donald Bishop and Mrs. Wilbur valley.A business and Social life of Gaines. News Review. FANCY GREEN TRIMMED

'.1\" Bishop." reception followed the cere- ville. tow CABBAGE 4 Pounds lOc

',:f, Frank, ,Morgan,_of.Manatee-.via, CELERY
Ilk" fxi.his brother.,Leaton F; : ,Stalk!: '12scFRESIf
1sBBBBW W WsBlsPs S S S S S"is S S S B" 'l "* Morgan '
here nCEntly.He said that it was FIRMTOMATOES

r',',' i too wet to do much farming down 2 Pounds 15c

HELLO: : : t around Manatee and was glad to FANCY COOKING

: : see five 'acres that his of strawberries brother had that set are out APPLES Pound" 6c

looking very good.at1ERICA's FANCY FIRM '

\ To Bradford And Union Counties' BANANAS Pounds 15c

'I WALDORF' Toilet Tissue 6 Rolls 25c


LIPTON'S TEAlb.. can 23c

' J1eaG CAMAY SOAP '4 Bars 19c




THE American people in the last, few
WHAT TO EXPECT years have been the creators and vic
tims of deluge of cheap merchandise.
WILL LIST THE, FOLLOWING ITEMS The revolt has already occurred. The lesson Dewey Sterling Cleansweep69c
iRr has been learned and will not soon be

b forgotten., ,._ 49c 29c
k In the early part of depression the
Guaranteed Vat Dyed people were so upset by their losses inc
----11 wages salaries, dividends and market roe.
'W values that they became bitter and apparently IONA PLAIN OR SELF-RISING
,, PRINTS-Per Yard __--------. decided that..prices must be cut, not
.a little, but to the bone. FLOUR 12-Ibs.45c24-lbs.87c;
i In response to this demand, anonymous
manufacturers produced millions of suits,
dresses shoes, overalls, and hats ,which MARY ANN OLD FASHION
Full Fashioned SILK were offered startlingly low prices. The
2 9 man who had been accustomed to paying MEAL SLbs. 13c
s HOSE-All Shades C $1.BO for a good pair of overalls was now
----.--------- ,
offered one at B9c. His wife was offered
silk stockings for: :?thirty-nine cental II and FANCY
t' dresses for $2. *' ,j.. ., RICE "EROSEsi'7
For a few months It seemed ,that the 25c

DRESS SHIRTS. public had won a tremendous victory. 1 1NO
(' Then came the jolt, occasioned by the discovery -
That would cost average merchant 6 5 that this cheap merchandise was ROCK GROUND
'? C an utter waste of human effort. It might W/DAV fINC[ GRITS
a $8.50 per dozen wholesale I ________ better, not have been made. It did not NGDACMtg AlKA-SCLTIIR 5 Lbs. 15c
lutstfyi: Its existence because It failed to soon twR twr CAMt OuA wAr
S bring credit to- the maker the seller. or DIXIE CRYSTAL GRANULATED

f WORK PANTS 79c the buyer Now,to,It sanity.All appears lost. It,that Is the again public willing' Is returning to SUGAR 5 Llis. (bulk) 25cANN

pay a reasonable price for assured quality.
Good Quality _____ It Is
at -------.------ again wlUlnc'to do business with
established manufacturers and merchants
,a who for many years have dealt fairly with PAGE-PURE FRUITPRESERVES

.r. WATCH 0 U R A D their Let customers.us.'hope that' the lesson will.be remembered. JJ I-Ib..ias( 29c |


Rheumatic; Sciatic Pains, 2 N0.2. Cans 25c
-L.B.ALEXANDER. rob you of healthful recreation.Take _

Alka-Seltaer.; Find out for
4 yourself how quickly it will .... prLLSBURVS 6-Ibs. IJ-Ib. %A.I'-'

Alka-Seltxer relives pain, bemuse FLOUR :33c 59c $1.10
It contains an analgesic, acetyl..

.mmineralkilkalisers vegetable _: _
1 -
ALEXANPER AND COMPANY. ,aces acid. neutralize COLD STREAM Finest, Alaska PINK

-, ... ..... ,.etWMaW1) .' 'rflll.. SALMON Tall Call 10c l
I( In New Green Building e tr.;. fa. sans :nail..... .



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Mrs, J. L. Corbett of St. Peters- --- -- ----- -- -- '"' -''' -. '--.. -- --- -.... -..- -_ .

burg spent last Friday here with NAT SEZ Mrs. Arthur Albury of Jacksonville Miss Lois Colley, who has been Mrs, P. M. Barefoot and daughter 1
Tjitsoi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. : a Beach Mrs. William Pone of spending sometime here with her Sara, spent the first of the
RIgdon. Jacksonville, Mrs. P, D. Taylor parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Col week with relatives in Tampa.
It's quite difficult to be a writer and daughter. Cora Ayers, of Atlanta ley, will sail today (Friday) on They accompanied Mrs Barefoot's
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova and a Sales Promoter at the same and Mrs. Eva Johnson of the S. Cherokee from Jacksonville niece, Myrtle Mae Surrency home,
and son Paul III and Mrs. R. Q. time and so, because of the fact Dalton l Ga., were visitors co for New York City where she she having spent the past six
IDeal Ne Kldd were visitors in Jacksonville that I am now Starke Monday. and her brother, Carr Colley, reside weeks here with her uncle and ,
Tuesday. promoting: a ,aunt.
Sale for Stern- Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. M. I
I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs Rawson J. Davis berg's Store at a Brownlee and Mrs J. E. Wilson, Mrs. C. W. Chalker and sons, Mr. and Mrs. W A. Bonham

OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN are leaving today (Friday) for a Starke, Fla., I were Gainesville Monday after- who have spent the past two have as their guests this week,
noon visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,
vacation trip to Highlands, North will n a veto Dell. at Kingsley Lake with her Mr. Bonham's brother and sister
Mr. Dell has been seriously parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby
Carolina. cut my little bit In-law, Mr and Mr. A. C. Bon-
of chatter short r ill for the past few days suffering have gone to Oulfport, Miss, ham and daughter, Mlas Clela, and
Services will be held at St this week nn.1 from a paralytic stroke. to join Mr. Chalker to reside Mr. Miss Thelma Morris, all of Charleston
visitor Mrs. Marks deal strictly Chalker was formerly stationed at W. Va. d
Roy S. Bence I Is In Boston, Episcopal Church Sunday
-.L.nvllelnTuesday with facts. Dr. Geo. H. Lowry and family New Orleans, La. 1
Mass, having been called there on night at 8 p. m. Rev. F. G. Yer- --
business. kes, officiating. S tern berg are expected,home Friday from T. J. Alderman has to Baltimore M
Sale Marysvllle, Tenn., where they have Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Bishop have
MongM1 starts today
Rennolds spent Md., to visit his brother ;
4 A been had as recent at their cottage
In JackaonvllIe, Miss Patricia Lambe and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Lane of (Friday). spending their vacation at and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr*.
popping Dr. at Klngsley Lake, Mrs. W. S.
f D. Gainesville, were here Lowry' boyhood home. There .
Doyle were visitors to Camp! Sunday visIting Carl Alderman. He was accompa.
will be Freeman and daughters, Mary and
Brinson of Foster Mrs. Lane's Mr. and For S Days regular services at the flied
M5' T. A. Sunday. parents by little George Carl Alder
gr and 36 In.M.. Presbyterian Church Sunday Ann ,and son, Wilbur of Tallahassee -
Mrs. P.
Monday. J. Pearce. who
visitors here man been here for several
were W. H. Carter and son of
Mrg. Annie Frazee has gone to LL SHEETING 1 Daytona Beach, Mrs. M. Newton months with his grandmother,
-Hazen of Brooker was atdog New York to visit her'daughter, Wilbur and Irlc McGullers of St. H. H. Stroman, of Tallahassee, Madison, Miss Emma Helberger of Mrs., Q. W Alderman.
B.F. to business here Wednesha Mrs Taylor Belcher. Petersburg, were dinner guests Syzc a yd. Is here visiting his sister Mrs S. Jacksonville Miss Frances Cand-
last Friday at the home of Mr. and Limit 12 jita to a customerLadles' S.. Dowllng and mother, Mrs. W. her of Covington, Ga., and Nlcn- -
y. The meeting cf W. C. T. U. this Mrs. J. J. RIgdon. S. Stroman. Mr. Stroman has olas Joast and Haynes Mahoney,
T. J. Griffin has gone 10oivlile week will be with Mrs. F. A. Scotton just returned from a several Jr., of Jacksonville
N. C., to spend a: Friday, 3:30 p. m. Rev. William R. Newell. Interna- Pull Fashioned months stay in the United States
tional Bible Teacher, was a guest HOSIERYSlightly Veterans' Hospital, near Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and
Ie.lira. Dr. and Mrs. E. L..Biggs are enjoying Monday and Tuesday of Mr. and daughter, Catharine, of Sebrln?, } .
Mrs. J. T. Quigley Irregular Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wlnder- I
.W. A. Colley and daughter a vacation trip to pointsin
Lois, visited In Lawtey Sat. North Carolina.Mr. 49c Pr. weedle of Jacksonville, are announcing vannahm. r '
U' I'I''I Mrs Annie Richard is enjoying the arrival of a daughter guests of Mrs S. F. Hamrick ut 4 f ,
y. -and.Mrs.. W, 'T.. Ellis and a visit In Jacksonville with her .< on Thursday, August 15, at her home on South Walnut Street. 1'11'III" for Correctly FittedGlass ph
B. Roberts of Graham, son, Lamar, spent Sunday with son-in-law and daughter Mr. and W. L. DouglasSPORT St. Luke's Hospital. Mrs. WIn- Mr. Nollman has returned to Sa ?* ff
lyn.lun.. C. Mrs K. B. Norman. derweedle will be remembered bring, but Mrs. Nollman and little
Wednesday relatives in Fort White. SHOES
a visitor here 'W I here as Mills Lillian Barefoot of daughter, accompanied by her S. G. LEWIS.
Mr. and Mrs. L F. Smith and a Miss Sara Kelley of Jacksonvillewill Regular *3.30 Graders Sanderson, who has often visited ;mother Mrs Hamrlck, left Sun- STAHKE, FLA. w''
spend the week-end at the $2.48 here at the home of her uncle and .,day for a visit to Hlghlunds.'NorthCarolina.
I D. E. Knight and Paul children have returned from a visit home of her mother, Mrs. Wiley aunt Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. 1IH \Walnut 8t ;,)'1
Wednesday In Jack- : with relatives in Greenfield, Ind. I I
ghl spent Kelley, at New River, ----. ,vI
ivlle.lur I C'lwui-l'p! of Men' 'I
Mrs. I
-- Hulda Corpenlng spent the Miss Ethel Moore is 'spenuID'gseveral '
.and Mrs. Ford Prescott anlOdren. week-end at Hugh with her par- weeks In Jacksonville with "SPORT'SHDESUVre Bmtutiful Real: Nice ;

who have been visiting ents, Mr. and Mrs. T, A...... BrInson. her brother-in-law and sIster, Mr. $3 Hard TIP TOP GROCERY AVOCADOPEARS :f ,
i parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. -- and Mrs. M. H. Lang. Now $1.98
have returned to their Mrs. L. A. Rennolda spent last p
cott Lettuce C. II. NA8WOUTIIY, Owner und
Ohio. week In Richmond, Va., visiting Operator
i In Dayton Mrs. G. W. Alderman Is spend-
Mr. Rennolds who is located there.
ing several weeks with her husband I I't"pperellSHEETS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIAL '
in Tallahassee, where he Is :2 IlendH Each

IT[ A WORD I and Mr.daughters!and Mrs., of W.the G. Stringfellow State Farm, employed by the state. 81 x 90 15c PRICES, AUGUST 23rd. and 24th. 5c

were visitors here. Saturday after- 97c'
Mrs. J. F. Colley and nieces, .
COLUMN noon. Misses Virginia and Katie Fugate, 4 to a Customer '
Y WANTED for Rawlelgh Mrs. Jack Bell of Gainesville, gone
Routes in Parker, Duval, Nas- was here Tuesday visiting her parents to spend several. weeks. Men's Hood Quality GRAPES Lb. l lOc BANANAS 4 LbSe 15c r
Counties and Starke. Write Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Ed SHIRTS79c
day. Rawlelgh Co., Dept FAH- wards. Mr. and Mrs. William NorrIs
1-SB, Memphis Tenn.' have moved to the Clarke bungalow -
Htp Mrs. H. V. Knight and little son, on Cherry Street which they End of the Seiwon CABBAGE Lb. 2c, APPLES Lb. 6c

Hollis Vaughn, Jr.,. returned home have recently purchased Ladies Sandals
'IITED-Farm.' 23: or 30 acres from i
the Gainesville Hospital Sat
|with house. Cash rent. L. P. urday. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Registerhave 79c
Route 2, Box 58, Starke, recently moved to the Ken- POTATOES R lOLbs. 15c
It Mrs. O. L. Beasley has returned drick bungalow recently vacatedby Ladies'Bedroom
ft; SALE-Milk Cow and calf, from WayntaviUe. North Carolina Mr. and Mrs. Glen ,Searing.Mr. .
||35.. Kuhnast P. O..Box 132. where she has spent the past' Shoes UIIITE KIBBON 'POVND-FINCS' DEIJCIOUH ''''''K A
month. and Mrs. E. M. Nix of Jack-
ft I SALE Missionary Straw- sonville are enjoying a several 29c BEANS
|terry plants. Will make price Mrs. Carl Mendoza of Jackson- weeks stay at Kingsley Lake. Mr. Regular SOo Quality LARD He
t M. Rhoden, Route 2, Box ville was here Saturday Visiting Nix is agricultural agent for the h<
t near Hellbronn Spring her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. T. J. 'Seaboard Air Line Railway with Lota and lots of other bargainsthis I Lb. can 5c
It.30* Griffin. 'headquarters in Jacksonville. I- is the final clean up of s'
Summer goods. It will pay you '
to investigate.' x

fl1iST'SPROGRESS. Florida Can. 5c c '
-- r
H. B. Dowling of Jacksonville, SILVER KING
spent last week In Starke with his 6 LB$. 12-LIlS. 21-LI1S
brother-in-law and sister State's
Attorney and Mrs. A., 8. Crews.
FLOUR 22c39c7Sc
SALESTARTS Mr. and Airs. Sam Smith and
Mrs. Jewel Henderson were re- rr,
cent guests of Mrs. R!})',S. Benceat
her cottage at Klngeley Lake..
Col. and Mrs. D. E.': Knight, Paul
FOLLOWING SATURDAY. .. Knight and Col. H. V. Knight and O ,
children spent last week at. th.J MEAL 23c

I T. Moore cottage, KIngsley Lake. BEANrN2.ISc I S ,

Here it comes, the announcement you have 'J. I Miss Iris Brown of"'Lake Butlor .
was a visitor to Stucke: Saturday OIL JIM DANDY 10 LBS. .
been waiting to hear. For the past several months" I afternoon and was accompaniedhome
,. SARDINES 4 Cans 15c PEARL GRITS 29c
by Miss Lola Colley who
you have been watching the new building going I spent the week-end as her guest.

up, known as the Green Building, now we have I Misses-Edna- Strickland' .? Eva Prince Albert Con

moved in and are pleasantly located in the center Marcotte and Dorothy Eck who
I are attending summer school at TOBACCO l 9c
9'/2c :L
store of the new building block. You will find our the University of Florida, were
recent guests of Miss Lois Colley.Mr. .
store neat, modern and clean in every respect and
we are proud of our "Progress". To celebrate this
children, Sherman, Virginia Lee,

step of "Progress" have decided to share it Palm Raymond Beach and, are Juanita guests, of of Mr.West and Lb. lOc BUTTER Lb. 29c

with our customers by offering some honest-to- Mrs. O. W.White. Mr. Bates and PORK

goodness 1935 values. We are sending you this Mrs. Whit- are slater' NECK BONES 2 Ibs. 25c FULL CREAMCHEESE

Mrs. J. D. Doyle, i flu Clarice
special invitation to come to our "Progress Sale"and ... GIU and Joe Edwards,-,Jr., were REAL TENDER FLA. 19c

I we are also sending you our attractive illustrated I. visitors to Camp Foster visited Thursday ,
afternoon where they CHUCK ROAST Ib. 14cFANCY MARYLAND CHIEFSPINACH No. X CanlOc ;a
circular. Your friends will come. You Doyle who Is In training there
with the local National Guards.Mr. .
come too and share the values can't afford to TENDER 1
.you and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of
miss. Jacksonville spent Sunday with LAMB CHOPS lb. 35c ---

..' the former's parents Mr. and MM. FANCY FRE8I1PRUNES Ir

Be prepared to receive good values at our J. J. Rlgdon.home by They Miss were Eva Rigdon accompanied LAMB STEW lb. 15c Lb.6ic

"PROGRESS SALE"and you will not be disap their who guest..la spending several. days as

: pointed. In our history we have .never offered Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownie and ;SMOKED SPAGHETTI orMACARONI '

values like we are offering .during this sale. If weekend daughter In Madge DeLand, will with spend Col. and the SAUSAGE Lb. 171/c hulk Ib. 8c

your' circular-doesn't reach'you, call for it at the Mrs. J. E. Futch. They will be accompanied ,
y rVA1T : home the first of the BRISKET!
store" TENDER: No. :* Can15c
week by another daughter.

I month, who in DeLand baa spent with her the uncle past STEW Lb. 12 c ARGO PEAS

and aunt. Col. and Mrs. Futch. ,
al B PWVH H -V 1- *H HELMAN'8
H. PRIEST CO. Rev. and Mrs. 'M. C. Btlth and NUCOA

son, Chan, Jr., of Jacksonville who i,
w have been attending 4th* Baptist MAYONNAISEpt 17c Pt. 29c
I ;
Summer Assembly in DeLand, Lbs 21c
5c; To $1.00 STORES were' here Friday visiting :Mrs. 1U ,

i DOORS OPEN SATURDAY, 8:30 A. M. L.Stlth's Brownlee.parents Mr.zm Mr and Mrs.Mr.StUb H.

i. New Green Bldg ,.. were accompanied born by their SUGAR 5 Ibs. 19c
Located Store of
.'. In the Center _.. .. I two other vons, Bobby and Jimmy,
... "'',. ..,...,.. FLA.' II- '.., 4' .01" .. wise&:d sprint to* pear tww wk:* .,
"-'i"3:1':"" STARKE, here with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. WITH PURCHASE OF ONE
'Brownie and Mr. and. Mrs. H..L.rownlee. .
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\ 111 14 A of NIH'' tlf NEI.11 7 .0 If O. C. Kell.y ._..__ 8.0' U, 18, 80, 81. II, e1 of 114__ .of.__BW34__ ___018W ___11 oJ It 10 Sarah 3. Olea.on Wbt_ $.6T RURAL
All NW34ofNW34s }jjI' 83. 84. 86. I.. 87. 8619&allBlk4Sofe., of
A _____aa 7 10 18 0.C. Kelley _______ 11.01 Lot. 113. Ii4 1 Lot. COMMON
8'4 of Sblyy 1& BE% 01RW34 A. L. By In Sampson 67, 68 & all tote 19: II 110 L. n. Hill ___ ___ 11.78 SENS
__ __ .U 7 .0 ISO :I. W' L.wls _____ 66,21sw'k City ________________ 01 7 II w. n. Smith ___ 148.48 en In Woodlawn ."! ''''l1 I I II 10 J. H. Hill .L. 8.n. -
of NW% &Nw%of Lots I. 3 Elk 10 Sampson Lots 113, 114 In Woodlawn13 Unknown .- ...._ By SPtJDS JOIL
sW 4 __ _______--___11 7 10 80 t.. W. Powell", _____ 81.83 City __ _____.__________ 4 7 II 3. A. 3. McKln'l"y! __ l.tI Lot I". In Woodl..n ___I" 6 I II II 30 10 Rosa Williams- -- __ 11.1.0'' SON
NW'4 of Nm'.4 u: m 10 AII 'I 10 80 U H. Howard .._____ 11.18 Lot 8 Elk 11 SampsonCity I'J' o of 8W'4 of $E4414 --- "

W' of RE'4 of SE'4 &. !0 ____ 14.10 __ _Sampaon Clty 4 7 It It ._ Jss ltlte r-. '1.111.111 1014 lawn of'Lot_ U____In___Wood.._--16 S II II 11' A. Fisher _____ 1.11 F.RMERS1U.. \f.F.D:
SWI of 5134 ____.!3 T 80 p. L. Prescott __ Elk. 37' 2 4 7 :MIJJar V.rne. ______ 23 in
:F: of 813.33, of 88Ahi __.18 'I 10 20 Unknown ______._ 8.49 All 131k ; in 10: end of "J Lots WoodlAwn&t, 28, --------I 17. I I' .0 Unknown ___..__:_ II.af TO PLAN RG'NTFlg
E '" : % of Samp."n City .s a .2' :
n.U 10 ___ 78,10NW14 tt wide _______. 4 It 1..1 Lot 2t In Woo.d-l6 IIOIEIE.T:
NE' (ox Road)NIWofNWy4 'I 118 Jlfr. 3. C. P.dsett + All strip W'4 80 of NW'Ar, of SW34 7 Mn. ':Josephine.. n.lI Elawn II II I 3. L. Harvey ____., 117 8\'PI

..... 01&NFN\\4&of HWI% _It 7 10 UO Empire Lumber Co. __ 20.11 of IIW'4! If or'R,._______ 4 7 .1 '8 E. 8.Ione.' _______ 8.66 tote 4. It inWoodlawn _1. I II 10 A. R. Bowden ___._ 11'90 a:7I: It Isn't
22 In Woodl.n .n 6 II 10 3. 10 Harvey -_____ I exactly
.. WI, or NW'4 of BW34 &. I AIn SW Cor of SWyeof' Lot kllllnr
J HW'4 of W34.34 7 10 .0 Unknown _________ n.1I2. SW'4 _____________ 4 7' It 6 Millard V.rn.. _____ 1.11 9of Lot 14 & N'Ao of 10 yet but W J. Shelly I
of NE'4 less f A in Com In center of O. 8. '" '" sa & aU Lot 46___1f I II 3. L. Hllrve" ____ 6.83 animal Brent
N'Ao NE Cor for .hurch_ _28 7 10 '79 T. D. Dy.1 ___ 81.111 F. fly track nppoaite '..4e .., Lot. n. 18 In Woodl..wn .18 'II 10 W. C. BI.n.y ..._.__ 8:01: husbandry with the
f R'4' of M1'4 of SW'4U .4 It 111 Mn. Hester A.pp ___ 10.11 'mile post m..rk"dI All Lot. 30,37 & 8% of Agricultural Extension
of NW4 or SW% /._... 1 I 11 10 W, H. Morgan ____ 8.01 from :M.con & U from ." J ,. Lot 89 A: N'" of Lots U, Gainesville is 7u
$N4. of IIFJI4.: ____-__?_14 8 It 40 J. D. Carmichael ___ 18,76NEf4 Pallltka & run E on ... 44 & 1014 ot Lot U In ndngt}
01 NE'f6 ________.13 I II 40 J. J). Carmichael ____ 18.11 said RF track U1 ft, S .' 7. .; Woodl.wn ----------1* I II 40 3. L. Harvey ,.__._ 9,11 farmers that th .
'q W% of NW'4 __----_ ______ I It 80 J. D. Carmichael ____ n.n II ft to a pt of beg Lots 41. 411 In Welo45i..wn .19 5.1 20 n. Boyer ____ 10'80 to Plan to-WvWCl do
w.nt IS !In WoodlawnII I 12 10 $! 11 Thomp.on w. = 10'18J..t.
01 NWy of $W34 & thence S 821 ft. 1J t.ft Lots U. --
e Nit
JLN% of 101011 o N116Igftto8 A.3. U. 110 In WoodlawnII 5.., II 10 Unknown "_ _______.. 1'81W40 kill them and cure them
I Ry of;wa1'thence .. 01 Lot II In Wood- out
W or arm right 'r home later
1" Road __8rars_____.S5BH 5 SI 15 W. H. Wainwright _,. 14.80 I N 71 degrees East on lawn ev _-___'-in20Woodlawn 6S2 B J.L h Harvey .-_______ s.04 on. They can Ben
; of 8WH ex 1 sq acre said I of 857 ':!I ;. Lots 19. SO.. 39. bog now for seven or
'i In NW Cor ex also that ft h lc'.t: 462. rtao pt : "'" .:Att- ... SO 5 SS 40 JI', w. Hall _.__ 13.05 a pound on the eight
}, portion N of graded bea--13 ______-. 4 7 SI IS -W. H. Smith ______ 7.88 Lots 54 15, 58. 69 In hoof, but U
county road running' W SI,gof of NH f BEH of ,. Woodlawn ___________20 5 SS 40 M. H. Carter ___.. 18.28 should IOU out and have to
j' from State Farm road of 8H- '" ,t Com 830 ft B of SW Cor meat next spring
& 8WH: of SBH ____._15 I SI 115 M. r... A Maud Wain'a t 3481034 % ex iB-:. of NBH of NW% A run they win
...' "/' *' _?___ 41.08 S Ain SB Cor&i1K N 896 ft, E ISO ft, 8 896 probably more than twenty
't A'.4 of 8E" _____________.27 I 11 80 O. Lk Bapn___u_____ S6.04 of SWH of 8EH __, SS 7 11 88 B. S. Jones ______ 11.... ft. W laO ft to begr._...21Lota I SS A. J, Lowery _._____.. JI.8' a pound for it. c
WJi 01 HW, Of SW',4J1 I It 20 Geneva Thomas ,,6.93 A In BH Cor of NH of -a 5, 6 nile 1 La..tey1I I 11 J- S8.d ___--.. 11.71
), $E'4 of Stn'4 _?_____.11 I 11 40 Mrs. Maud Wainwright 11.78 8% of BBH of SBH ___. BNEH 7 It 3 Millard Varner. ____.__ 1.01 Lot 1, 1. Blk S Lawtey__13 6 SS J. Reddish ______ ".17 Mr.. Sheely has figured J
i 6 NEy4 01 BW34 ._________.11 6 11 40 S. C. Alvares _._____. 11.75 of SEH ex 10 A In Lot 3. 4, 86 Bile 2Lawter there tire 60,000 homJ
of NW'.4 NW-- SB Cor: A B :N
4,,;:: %NW'4 & 8'.4 ________f_11 6 .II 468 Empire Lumber Co.__ n." of BB'4 E% Lot 7, 8 B.----------3. I 22 J. T. Reddish -___.... 11.90 Florida in which an average f
"' 811 otBID'4 or NW'.4 of NW14oof 8BH 4& ____. I 7 It .0 W. H" Smith ______.. 18.... I Lot S Blk 8 Lawtey--____33 I 11 Mra. Enoch .,__.._11.90 pounds of cured nJ
_U 6 II 203 Empire Lumber Co.._ 88,31Eof NWH of NE'4 A NW Com 113 ft W of NE Cor meat will be
N'rl NE'4 nt SW'.4& A NW, of SWH A SW'4 of Lot 4 Bite 4 A run eel this winter or a total of 3
!E34 ot NW3488 I II 60 W. B. Bloodsworth. S0.16 of 8WN I 7 11 820 Empire. Lumber Co.___ 68.S1 B 100, ft.W52ft,27 100 million pounds. To
.\' NE\4 of NW>4 & S'" ofNW' NE" E-------------- ft, E 68 ft to beg__??13 I JS W. H. Edward ...__ 29.67 better provide J
/ of NW% & 'Wy 8174 _._________ 8 7 SI .645 Kmplre.Lumber Co._.._ 114.78 Lot 4 Blk 7 Lawtey __13 5 32 Unknown ._..._ 78.90 home living i3
,1, IIW'4: & All' 7 7 31 a vow R Em p Ire',Lumber roD--.- 184.77 EH of Blk 8 Lawtey_____28 I S3 W. C. A Jeudi.Wooten 49.26 be says It will require M.f./J
of ....;-11. &143.34E. of B 440 ft o!NE:>4 r W'ij't- Lots 8, 4 Blk 82 Lawtey.28 1 SS EvaA.. Grant _?__. 6.79, "'v''u
.:; '" : : =::_.:':" 13 I'11 120 Rmptrt r.tlmber Co_..... 014.18 B of branch A IS ; ... Half Block B T.KWtev" _-UI- 22 Abbla B.-'' -Hsrlev_. ... _it n an hogs per family, with the hcnl
W%of NWy34 of NW'.4 _.84 I It 20 Geneva Thomas ____ ..91 of SK14 of 8 'I It 10 )tn.. Berry Dyel __.__,_. .6.61 t'wL t1 E"tL: ", ; ; ---0 ; eraglng 200 pounds in I
.J' fI'Ao of NWIJr _.. ____84 II U 110 Emp/re/ Lumber Co.__ 15.18 NE14 of NEW NWvviof toy +______________?--,98 I I' Unknownt ___..--J 88.88 the hoof.Recent weight'P
: NE% '" NE',4 of NES% __ ______ _____ 8 7 11 10 W. If.. Smith ___-__ 17.1' Beg .t NW Corner of
t 811/: __ ____--_ ____ I 11 80 W. Co Ci.mons ._______ n.es NW34 of NW'4 _..,_____ 9 7. II 40 Unknown ._________ 18,7410F.34 Lot I A run S 14. ft, E pig
About 'I A In SE Cor of 9 'I .1 180 Unknown. __+____ n." 110 ft for a pt f that- ; survevs have shu
to .Z there
SW oTNWH""A'NW'u'ofEH 1 f : are twenty
\ NE'4 of NE'4 & SE'4 thence run per H
,.. SW'4 ______" 9 'I SISI 80 Unknown' _____..1 11.14 100 ft, W 10 ft. N 100 hogs less than last
In NW Coe&MWt4: of o r SEH 8w"otSBH ft to pt of 'beg East year and

a';, NEy e. N UO It & e. _____- __....._ 9 7 ISO W.. H, Smith -_. _. ______ 26.94 Lawtey _.. Unknown __ __"_':'__' Ul number is forty per cent under a
!i beg 180 ft 8 of NW Cor NB'/4 of NEH teen 1 A In Lot 1 Bab Di v Lot 13 years ago. All indication
Jr ot 8W'4 of N1034 & run .n SW Cor ____.________.10 7 SI 37 Volley McKinney ___... 14.11 East: Lawtey Unknown ....:.______ 1.81 the fact that poll
i. N 263,1 It FJ 1434 ft 3 A off WGof of NEHof Lot 18 East Lawt.y __ -; Gladys Oreen ----1 1.79 it will be good b
.,' thence Northerly 818. ..' NBH) road A -_ Lot Lot 108 A East ness for farmers to butcher
,'0\ of NEH A SEH to ]\ 3. Belt 1'.81
It W un It to beg :rftE : ----- cure good home
:j E' of NW% 01 EI"88 I 11' II Laurie.. C. Clemon.44.86 ex 7 A off 8 Lot 97 East Lawtey z H. Hill ---____ 1.28 supply Of
,tk. Beg lliO It 8 of NW Cor side ._ _________________10 'I .1 78 Unknown _____._..... 36.84 Lot 29 East Lawt..y _- lire. 3. T. Moore ___ 11.17 this winter.
or MW'.4 01 NFJ'4 & run 'A on S aide of SEH of Lot 81 "s.t Lawley ....__ Jos Cooper __--.a__ 11.79
"' S 158.8 ft, E 1434 It to NBH .__.______..10NBH 7 II 7 T. L. Cralgg _______ a.15 Lot 41 Ea.t .Lawt.y ___ ],\ ..rlon8s.mm.' _____ .11 Five 200 pound hogs at Ie,
'; right of way thence of NF.y4 .11WH 7 11 010 W. H..8mlth____- 1.85 Lot 45 East Lawt.y ___ ...". __ .17 cents a pound would be worto
Northerly ft MNWof10101,4& Lot 48 East L.wtey ___ Robinson __ '.17 I
.J.J' 'Ww' "
V 1289 ft to b8e''Jn: 854 :; SWH of SBH *______..11 7 U 80:1.: Fite ____.- 11.84 Lot 48 East Lawtey __ ._. .. Robinson ____.. 1.11 on the market. But 800 poun*
., _88 I II I Maud W.lnwrlsbt ___ I.n E 10 A of NEH of NWH_11 7 It 10.J.. Rite __________ 8,86 Lot 41 East Lawtey ____ Fannie Roblll.on ___. 1.7 cured meat at only twenty cend
;;; NNI or NEy.eAin NWH of SWH _______-__11 7 11 .0 Unknown _________ 18.74 Lot 6 Ott. Bud Div East pound means
f Nil ('or ox about 7 A NWH of NWH A NH of Florence Belt _______ ua $160, leaving a i
,,I In SE Cor & ex platted A% of NW-* & $ ... Lot 7 Otts Bub Div East difference of $90 In favor of c

IX land. In 8W Cor .x ofJNES4 NWH A lAvH Lawtey .. _____jv ___.. Fannte darner ____ a.o' Ing at home. Recent !
a strip 180 It wide N & A NH of 8WH Lot 16 Otts u East whole
1"t.;<\\r $. N of Blk .4 & 7 of _. .. of NJ'4 --__ISSH 7 SI 160 W. IL Smith ____ S5.S3 Lawtey .. Unknown _________ Ul quotations show that dry salt ml
r.y' Uellbron 8prlngs. al.n _. ._ of NiOS1'ot NEH A N.... of SW% of SE'4 &. la selling at twenty to twenty.J
# all that portion 01 __ m._ SEH ot NEH A NEH Sof NW'.4 01 RE'4U I II 40 Davie Durb.n ---____ 19,698W
l3..f 1010E ot ro.d of SBH ex 100 ft..rightof 01 SEI:. of SW'1U I II l0 "If' cA. 0o00efe11ow ___ 1.18 cents a pound, and hams are ql.
NWthot In NW Cor'& ? way road 18 ________13NEH 7 11 98 B. Q. n9al'--: ______ 88.33 NE of NE34 or NW'f6.I' I III 70 Ounter _,..______ 8,79BW lid at twenty-five to twenty-n]
t lands In 810 of 8WH A NWH of : 7:1 of SE'101 $W'4 _26 I III' 10 Unknown -..-----____ 1.18
('or ex a strip 180ft SBM -___-- -______17 7 SI 80'''L. L. Ogden _. ..--: II." NW of SW'f6 of 14W4.,25 6 12 10 Unknown -' ________ 8,84E cents.. It is not likely that mf
N&8Nof 131k4Hellbrnn NH of SEH of SEH A 1 %" of N% of SIC'4 ot will be materially cheaper b UJ
"" __ I It U Green a Mitchell ,.___ 18,19 111 Unknown
RI'rings .88 A In NE Cor ot SWH -- NWIJr ___26 S .2 ------: 9,91 1
NW'.4 or SW'.4 _____88 I It 40 W. E. Norman ____ 11.15 of SEVi ______?_____17 7 St St 3. I. A M. I. Ogden_ 7.53 SW'4 ot NEo 5----- % & now and next spring.
N'.4 of 8J1J'4 of SW'4 __._.88 I It. 21 Eddie A. Orson ___+-. 1.21 f'A of NBH ____._.____17EH 7 31 80.J. I. A M. I. Ogden___ 35.04 I of To Insure the J
Con) .t NW Cor of Bile 4Hellbron of 8EH ......._..17 7 21 40 Volunteers of America. 8.83 SW14 f NE1W34____-33 II 12 18 H. 3", Bell ._,?_____ 10.'" proper curing
I'Iprlnll'' run All ___________18 7 21 640 Empire Lumber Co..... 134.69 E II A of of NW34of meat Mr. Sheely suggests tl

rao:: (J' 440)1 :t4.O.t .: beg, R Wuof NW34 A"wJ4 WU. Ofo f NEH:8W'iJ1D 7 SI S40 Empire+';Lumber Co._.. 47.04 EI,!, 4ENEo34f W,1 108Ey4'-!Ie I II 3 Harrison. P.ul' _______ 8.81 farmers give consideration to

right angles to & "E1" A of NWH _SO 7 SI 60 Unknown ___,.__._ 17.57 1 I'E'4 ______..?2. I II I LAura Coy ______.___ 01.11 use of cold storage plants and |
: parallel with publl" of NEH A 1003of, SE'.4 of 8W'4 of NWIII I J2 10 ____----w 14.... boxes.. The absence of ton!
:) road 1 tltl' NW .. s W'4 ." ___ :: 10 1 SI 80 Empire Lumber Co.._ 18.18 AU NE'.4 or NE%' of
: cor f.same 66 N & 8 AH SEw'of 8Eii B olrR yTsoNWH 7 SI 20 R. S. Surrency .___.__ ..U I'IW' % E of Ry _11I I U 8 11'. A. Fisher '-_______ .n.'o able. periods of cold weather
: by no It FJ & W .86 I It Maud Wainwright 11.18 : of El4. -SOSHof '7 St 40 Ervin Dyal ________ 13.78 NW34 fr.i':: of 810W34 /'& Florida makes It necessary I til
Lots 1, I & W'4 of Lots SWH I A In NH'or of NW34 '
Ice be used If cuj
4 nI A EH of SEH --.-StBWH 7 St 180 R. H. Smith A Co...._.... S1.81 of E'4 & E of 8W34 meat is to be
I UII :o'prrn ___. _18 I It M. L. Maud W.ln- of NEH ...St 7 81 .40 J. A.. Graves _,.,,.-. 14.69 of NW 1034 _____.80 S It 20 Pre.ley' Th.rln Green n.07 successfully. Many cold stor;
: aright ._ _____,.___ 7.8' SE'4 of SWH i-wi-, of NW'.4 01'NE14\ of'8E'4 _.11I 6 It 10 Hattie Strong ____ 11.90 plants throughout the state
\ E& Lote ,. 8 9. 'Rlk 3I 8EU! A. NEli of BEH..S3NWH 7 >1 160 R. H. Smith A Co.__ 81.81 2Ain 8WCorof741034of348E44
1014 Lots h. 11 Elk 4 of NWH A 8EHof I 8 __ 28. I 12 2 Ur.tta Strong _____ 8,61W44 I equipped to cure meat at minim
& l.0llbI2k \I'e 11 Blk NWH A WH of SWH N NE'. 0l SW of coats, or farmers can construct j
v 7 tote of NBH A Fred BWH $ '4 N'W34 of NW'.4
8 & 10 'hlIhron Springs 18 5 It Maud Wainwright ___. 1.14 (or Lot 4, 6 A W% Lot e I of 8W44 of SW\4 .x boxes which they can uae at hoi

: 10W34 ot' NWIJr 1 0 It .0 Elam Lewl. _______ 11.11 AIT S\ Lot 9) tU 7 SI 170 :Jo Mekelburs- ...___ 116.73 100 It .q to C. n. Bannett Assistance In this connection
101y 01 NWS4 of 14W34..I 3 It 10 Unknown __ __ ___ 1.91 of NWH or-L : & StS of 8W'4 of '.
: NWI of FlW'4 .._____. 8 6 lit 40 R. V. Alvarez. ::____ II.fl 5 N of publlo road A 'I I' RW14 ex 'S" 420 It ., -. ., .: be given by the Agricultural
ti A off SW'4. I 6 U 10 Empire Lumber Co._. 16.88 NEH of NWH or Lot 8__23EH 7 U 48 Unknown ___.-_-. ".118 SW'/ of NW34 of 8E34 '. 1'1" ,. '" tension Service if reques
11 .W of N X34 aOf of BBH of NEH.___.23 7 11 SO! Mr Nlsbey Vs Ooodwlrr 10.83 of W -__-_____28 I 12 20. 3.. L.' Harrell. Co.-::_ 10.18
\4.. --_______.__ 4 3 11 110 M. C. no.lel' ...._..._... 10.18 casino bath .. W.%. of 8 of NW'4 of .J, '.. .\ .. .Il through the.county agent
__.____ .6 6 11 ; 11.40 ..lnou.hO''t; -9!*\ tr ? d .
) NWI ot NW'4 40 J. A. Rowe.-------- grounds I i 10'4&4&Wi4 ofNw14 \ 0t 4 ,, .: 14a1d '1'U It A large number of Florida I f
: $ of NE'4 SE'4.of t 400 ft B A W by 100 ft ,t, \ (
!\> NW 34 & NWI% of FlEI4__ a 8 u uo d. J. Kolllns _______ .u8 N A S on lake shore___.S3 7 SI E. Z. Dick .______.._ 11.22 of SW'4'of NW------28 I U aD Gertie Browning ____: 18.18 mere bave used ice boxes and c
N\.ia ex NW34 & Hog", at run of branch runN&SataptonSeo Lots 6 11 Ny t.n storage plants In curing their ml
\4 'elf of 16W34 __._____._ 7 3 It 880 FmDIre Lumber Co._ '0.... -w & all Lots 2.. & ''a;
}y E""%, 01 1010349 1 21 80 E. E. Norman ______ 11.04 line run B A W samebeing 1 I.; ,: .' ." S N3$ Lot .40 III'IIS.Wood supply' and bave bad good succa

I-! 01 SWI4:t. _____________11 1 11 110 N. T. nude _________. 11I.81 8E Cor of BurytBeasiey _.;. ..' ,.' 6'". 1.'f. ." 1,; u l..l'jt\ ,;.L''. y ? lawn _______________.1. I .1 80 M. H. Carter ________ ,34.66 They are now supplying their fat
NE'4 or NIi of lot b"lns.. r5./NF S.. Lots 83, 8f In Wood-
NWI of NW34 ..____ 11 6 11 80 .." Lewis _______ ,19.11 plot of land SH A lying lawn ______________1. I I' 10 Wesley C..w. .____.. 1.11 with a good supply of wh|
AWl(" at 1410t4 __.____.13 6 21 40 Isaac Dell _.________ 11.15 in a sci In SB Cor :of .. .. Lot 2 In Woodlawn.O 6 18 10 8. H. Tbomp.on ..___ 1.81 some food.Hundreds.
+ W34 of NW34 ___.._..__..13 6 II 110 Unknown ________ 111.18 Sea 34, also 3 A of land --11.' I'-r_. if _.. ..... Ln'. 117.1/ 66 & Et,( Lot .
-- .
. E% of NE' __________ -14 ,,6 U 110 Unknown._ ______ 1.1' com at NE Cor of' 44 In' W"o c lawn ':_=::.31 B S3B SS A. Y. Thomas ._______ 17.57
E 4 or NW of NE'A & Mary Rlleys A run I Lots 55, 68, 57 68 In of trees in swa
NEy4%, of FI of NII 134 .14 3 It 8ft E. C. Lewis ______._ 10.48 N 60 yds to J\v. LlvIngston -1 : h' Woodlawn :_,--_--_H SSB 40 Mr. Maud Walnwrlght- 13.70 along the North Carolina c
Nw dWw 1 .15 8 U .0 W. H. Smith ______ 8.U line down run 161183:!! 1- '9+ e--: Lot 10 A W% Lot 11.A .
; & 1YYw of of branch, thence W -S5SJ- NH of Lot 18 A Lot have been killed by salt water t

i SE\4 -- ___.__________.18 8 It 520 Empire Lumber Co.___ 101.0 188 ydsS171yds,108f -. w ,4 .. ... ..... 13 In Woodlawn .31BH S3 SO L. R. Starling _______, 14 00 swept-inland from the ocean aptpgBE34&! S of to SW Cor of saidw"v.: Lot 11 In Woodlawn.Sl 5 S3 5 Mrs. villa Starling__ 1.38
\ 8E'4 1f 0 11 110 w. H. Smith ___.____ 14.01 S3s I lot I thence bounda+" ":,I.,. ": n w H *:T." Hi a'tcu :.4 _.... Lot 1, 1 In Woodlawn _83 6 '!3 SO Wesley Crews ____._, 7.67 ing a. terciflo storm two yean t
N BW14NEjq of cdA In SEH of .....- Lot. 6, IS In Woodlawn _83 5 S3 20 lo'audWalnwrlsht r__ 7.67 and failed to drain back.
f JIJ'.4 .u..1' 8 It Gill Emplr. Lumber Co..__ 101." AE%. also bog at said Lot 68 64 In Woodlawn S38BH 5 S3 SO Ernest Wilmott ____... 7.67
. 24 !Ii of 91014-___ ----.17 6 It 4B W. H. Smith _.______ 8.11 branch at SW Coy of J. 4- of NEU.of 8EH- .__S3- 6 S3 10 Mr.. Pinky Thomas_* ..6.79S
8'"4 of SE'4 ______._____.11 8 It 80 .Mlnnle Phillips _____ n.n T. Hasels' lot A run N r .. P All BH", o'NE'4 W of JI STER'8 ."I.B
J'I: Air .______._______.___.18 6 It 840 Empire Lumber Co.__.. 114." 408 ft, W 680 ft, 8 408 tiMi, ..w' t road AEKON1034o NOTICE I I. hereby given theder j
\+ All _____________-___18 1 11 840 Empire Lumber Co.___ 11..89 ft, B 6.SO ft to b"S-8 A NWH of NW34 Bit. and by virtue of a Final
1 11'.4 -of of In BEVi of SEy __......S4 7 11 11 W. N. Brown A J. W, of8% 'of of ores of Foreclosure mmle and r
} I NI '" NWClSW\4___10 6 11 180 Minnie PhlJllpl ar----- n.81! "**" Napier r.'r--. ; ._______.30.51 NEH ._ ______________34 SS 59 J.' H. Moore __________.. 69.61 dared by the Honorable A. Z.kin. .
--.. ._ .a- Com 85* ft W of BE COo" *'<.sn _. : W% of SWH of N.WU of .. Judge of the Circuit Cnuril'
END Yi W,4 of NWo74 ",. of 8WU of NBH A run : s18N ...n.- ',usyl.wl.artl' BW14 j4SH 5 SS 5 .Ire. Pinky Thomas ._ S.81 the S6th Judicial Circuit of Florli

: 81Iio; ___ __10 I 11 880 Empire Lumber Co._ 't8.U 1085 ft to can E% of NW34of 8W34.-86 6 SS SO Unknown ...._-,___ 11.90 In and for Bradford County f
f 8Wa! --- r.r.: of ditch running BA -" q,Iv of NWH of NWH___.BI' SS 10 Jas Jones _____ '.01 Chancery dated July S2n> '
.NNw34&NOR of W, thence E about .411.w \:4.r t... 1"---" All SWilofJJH of NWV that certain cause therein IsiJ
olf "WIIW 360 ft. thence In a NE) .111'x'direcllon of .N'Ao of S .. 1 srwl ThePla Federal l
1 NNWWof pendingColumbia,
8W34 of SE ______.11 I 11 JlO W. H. Smith _________ 11.11 along center "'t1r'n'r"... of NWH W of ,tie r
'NW% of said ditch to the Bline -.. i, I ." "" Ry ex 1H A Col Cemetery U. Parmenter and wife, Mat
BWK,9 &. 8E14 ofNSE16-- 8 11 180 W....H. ilmlth _._______ .1.11 of NEH. thence a .;..sn '" ... _,I r- ---1iWC;; ---'..36BH I SSa 10 3. L. Harrell A Co ..' 10.04 menter. et al., Defendant"therein, 60reed tae ,
to 8B Cor of said NEH. 'U'-- "t 010 of deralgned. who was |
,' III NWV4. 810% of N4WV.U 3 It II C. Co Crosby _______ 10.n thence W to beg-40 A, '., ..... NBH A NEH of NWU_ 1 ssa 180 A. H. A Fannie M.Oreen .. Special Master In Chanterexecute Mnn'!
_______ 11.71 also com at sw Cor of8WH ,. ._-___-a 11.U the same, will on
S.m ot NE" __ _11 I 11 .0 W. 8. 8Ibl. d
i 19J6.legal
--- of NEH A run 123 .....,lyd. .-srrl 8U! of SWU of 8EH_ _. I. ss SO J.. M. Orlffls ....________ 7.44 the 2nd lay[ of septemher.
01 8WW.. --1434 --. ..' ..__ S 6 S3 19 0. T. Nelson _________ ...11S hours of mule,JJfJt
9 "" __ .__________ _11 11 110 W. H. Smith ________ 34.06 to line thence N ..1'alon. .- S01 NWH of NEU Ing the l
W of Am" of NE'83 0 11 10'0.. C, Ca.on _______ 6.88 70 yds, W ....".......' .. + _, \II. of Bit" of BWU of the House door lnf'and I
333 ydsline. W line of --. ,.tsl-' *__u___ 4 4 SS IS Bradford County Bank ..1' Florida tell to the rilghr
N ot NW\4 SW'4 u..w! .. 'of followin..crl.heo ?
of-t4. "NWU of" the
\j SE A WU bidder for cash, :;
.R :
11 LumbrqCo24.06 amid BWH of NBH. ,'
;:( W14 _Frarl'NWyex I 110 Empire thence 8 to beg-4 :A, :34s., ...... .. ... .w. :34 -__,___ 4 1 S3 SO'' A.,3. Bryan ______ 0.17 lands, situate. lying and
/ : Lots Frail I, 4 or part 01 13 of also' beg at NE Cor of ...;' '. .;- ... ,. ..._!" SW'ofHNy4 .______._ BNWH 4 S3 40 Ernest Wilmott _____ n.n Ins In Bradford County, Florida.wilt
.,- of A B 6 A
8 I' \ SWU
NW &ezE10A& NW 14 of SEH run hair
. :< ) Lot %I 5 & S.% of Lot 111 8 11 100 W. H. 8q'Ith ________.: 10.781 Iun.wnOftNI811 _,. h 4r',,110-..: ... of 8WV4 of'NW of% _SW% .'' I 4 S3 116, Fannie B. Pattea .____ 41.09NE Lots631 as2per the the plat of
I .r : ; w1t
All Fred part Nee U .x ft. E 670 ft. to beg -' \, e'i.'r.r1A ,,; I : 40. TOWnehU'
of .', % of IIE! % of 8EHim8BH 6 a 23 10 Ernest A. Wilmott 6,45 lawn, Section'

Ey 811f'of_NF.N1034____& .E_Fr.c'%___of__.2I 8 11 .00 .W. H. Smith _:_____ 78.10EIJ NH way of ex road NBH 100 IS ft ex_right__100___._It_1. ...7 .,'1 .8' U. D. Dy.l,..-_'_____ '1.01 E of of 8WH SBH of___SEH____..._____- I I a 8 S3 SS 10 80 O.Johnl L. Kersey Parmentsr.._:.____ 38.43 5.46 South In. 21 ot acr.Range, more 22 or East less I.td! .con"eat'

W34of A -E' of Fr..cl8E'.4 right of way road 11___15 7 St 't1 3.' B. Pr.v.tt ______ 18." N of NWU A 8WH oofNW with the' .ppurtenaneee.said I>dcre
I 1 a S3 ISO Dr.R.: P. Taylor ___ 11." b. made pursuant 10
.x NERE34 __n 8 It 180 W, H.. Smith _______ 15.41E' 8% of SWH of NBH AS'4 of BU"Sf8WH-'A"SH / the same and co.lI.Eo .
01 NE'4 elf NE\4\ & of 8H of NWH *x SEU S satisfy PERHYJI\A.N.
NW'4 of NWI _______.16 8 11 80 Emptrs Lumber Co-__ 11.39 100 tt right of way I of BWU of SBH ex K. Chancery
of NI road 11 ______ : __15 7 It 69 J. J. F.A Mae Brannea.. 99.06 B 5 A _--._-,-_ I a isa SB Them Morris ____ 10.'. A* Special Master In
wA ;:4 OI N10'4 & W34 of NH -of---SBH\ ..__.17 T 11 400 R. H. Smith A Co...... 78.10 BEH'! __-..._______- .7 ssa 16O Jerome Thlrsh ___,.._ 60.38' T-S6-6t.8.33 _
NE & NE'4 of NW34 8W14 __ ____________.178BU 7 81 180 aiaagovkAmericanInvestment BH of SWH of NWHW4 ._.I ssss 10 Hall Edward. ____. 1... KLKfTIO''f
& S ot NW34 &. 8''%" __18 I 11 6n W. H. Smith _____ 111.11 Co.,.- __. 88.10 of SWH NE34A In J.'c-rd-t. ;'. n'"Jr"
1II NW'4" SW34 of : of SBH -___. _______17NWH 7 SISI 40 Unknown w. ......_-__ 178 BW Cor.of ofI t, "Vr: Florida / vlr'u,!
YAWI4 __ __.. I 11 110 :Jasper Brown _______ 11.1 of 11034&Wof' I BWH A WH of BEH City of Btarke bY tae
In ro
N\40 ol'SIC'4 & NE\4 of NW34 _U 7 120 R. H. hilt"-" Co.___ 11.81 of 8WHEH __________ 8 1 II 103 Jerome TMrseh ._ $9.03 authority vested to beSt I
' 8W'4 --___.______11 I It UII 3. A. 3. MoKlnney ___ 1t.1I BH ot 8WH"o7"SWH"-*- of NWH of NW'4..__.. I I II 10 Lacy E>.' Rlgdon":_-:_' 8.U hereby.eU c.II'..hall an In. "the d"r..ald
81034 o8101.____.___111 8 It 40 W. H. Smith ________ 1.85 EH of 8WH -_--.----.18 7 SINWH 100 OlasgowV American 8Eof NEH! \ A BH of tll. ,. ..otcore the'
All ___________.___5l- 6 1l .40 Empire Lumber Co,__ 11.... I Inv Cod ,._. ____ 14.91 &EAll A ;8W34 SEH ol.Ry September 10th. 1936 for
Lumber Co.__ 1I4.n of NBH of NEU SH of E following
-- ;: -- l4-- 010 Empire B of Ry .______ 19 7 SI S R.. B. Surrency ____ 7.37 -84 A ._______.___10 I 194 Wm... B. Tarbrough, ",.01 pose of. electing, the
. 108Wy1 &Wlyfof 8114..82 8 J1 Lumber Co._ 101.$ Begat NW Cor NW3 WHof WH of NWU\ of tlcerstOn
Lot 1orE of 81034: es 110 EmpIre of NEH A run 8 110 NW% __ ______ ___....__10 a ssaa 10 Jas.J. Bailey .....__ 5.75 ':1Xin.n.

434! A In BN Cor ______.82 I 11 'II W. H. Smith _____ 18.14 yd., E 114H yde N AI,!, of NWH of81VNE1344 One Two clerk treasurer, tax ut.
Lots t /&NW34& 110 yds, W 116H y0u "NW1" 10'144of
' sw114 ot 8W34 ______.11 I J1 4110 W, H. Smlth_?___ 11.0 to beg .. ...____..19WH 7 11 I ).11''. M. J. Byrd --- '.11 8ut and tax marshall collector, ,
Lots t 3. I. 01' Fr.el of NWy34 qx 1 A tochurch of ____11 I 110 W, E. Tarbrough It." One of said election. 1 t
8eo h ___.___________.11 I It UO WI H. Smith _____ l1.n __ 10 T 11 79 ).11'.. D. J.'Byrd ____, S3.40 I 8EH.of 8BH A NWU ofSEH Inspectors KendrlcH. B. A
'Lola1 or N of A NBH of NBH ____ _.. _34NH 7 31St 40 UnknownMr 11.71 -_-_ _...IS a.sa, 80 Wm. XI.. Taebeough S8.04 Scott?, T. N. .
Lola 8, e. 18 0. Fr.el of NWH of NW'4.11 7 SO *. Lena Oault_____ ..n I W'Ao of ofBID',( of' "in'testimony whereof,, I her.subscribe :
8kN, of Ry ... SI I .1 110 W.H.: Smith -------- 11.101 NKH of NWH\ ____36 7 SI 40 Emma Muehlenhard.. 13.61 I I4Wy _________.14 0 II 10 Wm 'MahlerSS __. 4.34 name ana cau
Fracl ._. ___ _10 4 33S3 A Co____ 146.84 f IIE'4 my bo hero
Lo I, I, 3. 4. or All _. _: __ 640 R. L.. Black 88W of 810 said city to
8e., .________.________ 1 7 11 11. W. H. Smith _.____ 011.11 All .._____.______JlAll 4 140 R. L. Black A Co_ 146.16 H of SBU?15 S SO Blanch I. Whlttcn.SO __ 11." seal of the 8th day of Aug"'
frnz RIr Alt : 4 33 640 R. L. Black A Co......._ 119.4 Ey of SBHo? BJSH _- IB S S3 B. Wat son Ig; .,...,...,, 10." fixed this the
141&N'.ffSW14&of \ A''" Vx"8EH"of"8EHnZniSAll .4 33 100 R. L. Black& Co-__ 114.84 NEVi/of! N101&4 BH of .D. 1838. )lld<1letOR.
__ __ NWH of ._ ..__...16 a SS lit''Orsen .. MltcAeli __ S0.1S W. JD. "Ml 0
8W'4 .. E14", 01 NW\4\ ___ __ __-._ I S3SI 640SOO R. L. Black A Co___ 140.86S3 -
. 4 ot 8W'4 .. Lot. I. I or NEU of NBH\ A WH, ofNBH Com at NB Cot of SEH
"'1 1 : A NH of NWH .15 4 R. L. Black A Co_ ....11 of 1E14&run8714ft (BEAD
l'r,1 W4434ot&NE 4 Iona N All _. -_._____._.jw'.S* 4 33 640 R. L. Black A Co_ 14..88 W 461 ft Northerly 74' Attests JOHNI.
',1 & \\r of Cornelia IIt! according All ex BBH of 8BH.._.._-S7 ,4 ,II 100 lt. L. Black A Co__ 111.11 JNV '* to "" ?' CARL .
,1 to plat 01 ,' ,d.,1.o': ;0.1., ,,' All ex NRHof BWH .A exSEH __,._____ 11 1 ssa t Gilbert Dlxon 5.16 City Clerk
Sampson City .x Lou ,1,1in 1' of 8BH __. -2! 4 S3S3 560 R.,J. Black A Co__ 107.11 1 A In NB Cor of SEH of 795t36COMMON

( sold ____________ 7 It' '00. W.11smolt)1: .:..-_... 11.11 All ____ ________189BH 4 140 R. L. Black A Co. 132,41 NBH B of State Road
!lIke A. B C, t. I. 8. 4. I >t...... ,. of NBH A BH", of No. 18 ___ .18WH ssa 1 O. L. flapp _-__:__ '.11 CAUSE
; Lots l7. 13. 19, 10 A ,.01.:_.,;" "..' 4.', ,i BBH 'A. of 8WH of NE"II ssa 10 Unknown ___-...._.,- 10.11
l. Lot. bOA 11A. .' NBH B A1Rlv.r.30 6 SSS3 SOO R. L. Black A Co__ 11.18 NWH ..f NWH *_IT sa ,, .40 Jerome Thlrsch ____ 1....
.A1, IIA1 NBH -_____________83 4 140 R. L. Black A Co__ '0." NEH of NE34 ,,...- .,..16 a saa 40 Jerome Thlroch. ...... BALDNESj
341 R14 ,14A .'ltAl \7' :. .el N>4 A NBH of SEH31, 4 S3BBV. 360 'R.' L.'Black A Co_' 1'.08 WH of NWH ______ 11 aaa 60 C. Hf Cummings, '__ II."
8 Lol. lOA, I1A, 11 .. 11 t/ E% ot NBH BWHof, W 1-3 of NWH of NEH- 4.w..
Lots I. 4 ot IlIk I NBHA off NWH 11 1.8A& NK14f Cue o the d3.fW '
r.1''" Lot. I.! I of Bile W""*, NWH A II.... -.34. 4 640 R. L. Blaak ASS Co- Ut.1I NWH"1- .18ByNwuf ss S3 Gad Tyson ___..r. 18.63 CO ,:"; -::.::."::.;.
c I" Lots 2. l of Blk 10 'Z. N .' A 8W'4 JD ofSEl. NBJfcB1B'4 LiaNH dugherlt4Ya .
,'t'' A LoI. I. 4 of BIk II, A I __.__._U 660 R. L. Stack A Co_.11.11 1 asa SO Wm Tyson '.?-.._ ..... 'f-.b .r- a..Mlr
.3.h Lote I. 4 oC: Blk U, .;i' 4. NH of Nw1n.__.__- ___.-11 4 33 *0 R. L. Black A Co..,._ 11.11 orsw H"of 8W4& : eij .'. .. _. J"""
tri t..t. f. 4 of Elk 11 & WU of NBH\ of NWH\ I I 38 10 Carson M. Orlffls -.- a.01 SBH, of WH _____18NWH saa '.40 Bllsabeth, : D8ue. :-__'. n." .. ...
';J Lot. 8. 4, I, 8, 10. II of NBH of. BWH __...____t I S3 40 It. L. Black. A Co_.... '.It of awu ex 1 A In ...... ]
.' Elk 14 &. Lot. I. I :. / a Lota 39. 40. 41. 43. 63 94 NB Cor for church ___11 ss 19 Elisabeth Value __ 13.06 ......... d s1 ..' usstIgala
fJ//' \I 1. 10 11 11 Ik f ,. In Woodlawn .:.. .:.16WU I. SS 60 :I. L. Harvey .. 11." 8)4 01 SW\6\ ot 8W'4 I... ... a -l-u: M4.ip
t. 1 A 8! e { of Lot 4* A all Lota 'W A : --.u 1 II 14" Unknown ?.._.. Lit :::: Ia. rd
IfI'rj' ... .:. ,'. .'. :. .. : d =:ez.-...
\ \II. 41 in .. ,. tl! -C--Sj- ...
: .. M. .
fr1'1 'Ii 1.1 Lou 84, 19 fe, Weoclawa11r 18. 11 ..i11stls...J...: :._ : ... $f 1'22'' IS 'aarahR,. A.uNq.rt. ,..$ "' 'f Lot 33. 40 49 14 in 8 ot 811:" or8W .,. f .. :
Cor e f tart..7l Fourth .. li la"u I S3 40. A. 3. Starling .-.-.-- 17.11Lots 1 Lot lnN3l Cor W Of .. .... w... v..e. "
i Its (0. Let 1) A. Lot 3.' .. 68, 69. SO Ice Wood- I .road, It I II II :J.,W. -=d....... .. ...... ......... .Drt'4'
.. 6 of Bfk __ n." 1MwE ..
4. 19 A f lawn 1 aaaa 30 Unknown .
1, '. 5. 8. ot Blk SO .4:11. \ tt"- 0' NBH----1)) SO L. 0. Weekley.. Trust.. 11.90 C.NIa..'" rags .......' ..?.".'..........,. .


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::;"- DJBECTOBpTiST DeserlpIoa 1-. T Ow.er- --- --- -- -
R A A T.-.
CpUSCH All 8EV4 of NWK .* B 4/vt Dr.rrlpelsa See. 'I' R A Owaee-- --A.csai. I- Irip" Mr. T It A 0.1'. A c....

CHURCH A In HW: Cor A ex It Lot 3 DI1t 2. Temples Ad.dltlon .
f .\ A In NF Cor now own. to Starke ___---26 I 12 Unknown '4 of $! Wt4 ot NW14tJ 7 U to I'u..ene' Orlffl. ____.__ 5.6s
r B Price, ***.torJtYj p.I Why Jinn Cnvlng-ton Lot 12 UIII: 16.' Temples -- --------- 1. O. N34 of NWK of SWI\l1 7 as 10 Beck & (Tregg Hard.

o'clock a. m? A D. Kuhl-24VtS Addltlnn to 8tark.. .18 II ware Co. __________ 8.51
School 9 tt 23 Pat Gannett .... Lots 8. 1 nlk Ie, Tem. George T. Scott ------- 1.55 AJ1J \ & Fl4a of SWIo4. ___.14 7 U .411 unknown __ __________ 4104
supt. A In SW Cor of 81SiJ' oT21NWVi -...? IT.24 plea Addition to Starke'S I II .. NWV4 of WI4 ___-______ 1 n 411 Mrs N. n. 0... __.___ s.ea.iii' .
Mrs E
.'111 lR8. a. n1.y being 540 ft N A Lot 1101k: 22. Temples If 8mtth ---.-- ,v.71 .f (ltJ'j _________t. 7 n "ft W. O. Seals 11I.44

illWorehlP,11 8:45: () p. m. Wblf S Blk 1 H(4ft( S 8 p2 1 f"k R W.8-w.11 8 S2 5 Arthur Brymer ______ 1156 Lot.AddU"'n I Ulk to,t.8tarke Temples___ .,. I I I lire. Clara SI..I..un---- I..u.. 041.V All I ,Ntof or Nw14--Ntv'K of_. NWba_18 7 II 40 Inca Ivey Pollard.11.96

t1 8 m.111I aEoCBtkasotR4 Addition to 8tarke _,_,28 I I' v' or Rr :_ .. ._...__.n 7 It III 111. )C. MPGrudn _____ 4.10
p. Mrs
'Worsblp Meeting. Wednes.ITeac WKoft3Ik1Sntt2Wex1AInNECor&5244 W In Temple; Hub IMv.Il I 23 10 John Covlng-toa _____ 8.T5 Lots I. '. S. II BIll: R. Miron Harmon 1115 NW"w"" of of"tI I't.. of._ .NW2.__ .----17& 'l II 40 Inn Iny Policed" _._. 11.15

hers Lots Risings A. n.'d.ln(' to m"8tarke.I. 6 12 Unknown .__.-- 5.I. W of NW 4 nr SW\o.o.1I 'l U 40 B. O. Deal ____.__ 18.0.

i30Pmk: Wed of Blk I 8 of R 8 W In 'Vynn. Addition to Com at 81'1 Cur of Boo I Ii .

..wee.lp.Co prayer; BervlceMethodi NWk Temple of Blk Hub C I>lv --I-II 6 S3 II D. L. Lloyd __ 1118 Starke _________....._18 I II Boyd llolloway .__. 16.61 alb& ron 3.10 Wee fttoaptorLg n N
a of Lots I. t. S. 4. 8. a Dtll:

W of A R NI 8 !!W. of In Blk Tempi S 8 81k 1. I.nowlinII'II Lots Bnb-Dlv..15 I II L. V. DowJlnlf__.__ n.11I 108 thence. ft. N S 316 lob 9.10 ft, E ft loll 10

,. Montgomery." Church ,FMtor. NWVi Sub 0lkT8 Dlv -of.IZ.S-tl 6 SI B Unknown ?...... u. 1(74 Blk!luh.I'S. Not>I..I.lon Sub.Ny.___Dwi.Iing .__18 I 12 1. V. Dowllnc, __ U.S4 Lot ft ft.6n tn S III beg Kesasi 1.1. ft. Add W. 410__to_.11I T II Do W. Swlnd.11 ._.._. ula 1,

niL. a. m.. of W&SWKof81k3 R S W & ett wide 8 p Sub-Dh.l.ton.1S Park I 12 E. I. Dowllnc ___. 14.15 Hampton ____..__.19 1 II Emma Mixon.---. T."! '
scltool-10 10&wby880ftN&04 LoJ/J : lc-City Lot I In Uutn. Add to _

Worship-11 a. m.fIIII1Lh on B Side of SKVi of ,h, Addn to Ilamptwt ___ .__,19 7 I. Unknown ____. ".'11
I It Unknown ______ 1.7. Hl k / r
.t-18 hot. I. 1 InHanptoD
-7:15: P. mIng Blk S 8 of Raw, also Lots elO.-iCi'! ii
l League that portion of ... ... __ .__11I 'I 12 lotr. F. P. Croft _.__, 11.81
worshlp-8:00: p. m. BWVi ". t' .5'of \, City Park MID W .. CsAddn Lot. 1. 8.. 9 81k 16 In + r
., ,17
SWVi of 'r
NBVi con r ---4 6 II W. N. Johnson ____ UI .
r _
Wvited to .all these lerv.IIIart tamed In last two description Lot 4 rifks 3, City Park Lot Hampton I S/!;) of BW\4 n.U\ of 'I II F. P. Croft _, 112
( *, ala pom at fill W C'. Addn toStark. SW'4 also known a.
pt 178 ft N of '. .18 6 It Mr. E. U. Smlt b___ 1.71P".k 1s,{
of land owned byEJenr dots 10, ti'iik' /,Clty Hampton 1I."tll. _ofNH h1O 1 II 1 Unknown _.___ 1,85
I. N34 or NJjj\4. A sw3
Church nie Haa-nniRn A run N SID. W A. C'. I... a A n or war; 4 .i
pw byterll\n 484 ft, W 15 ft. 8 488 Addn to fltarke ._----.!8 6 II MInnie L. Redva'l'.e_ 1.41 & of NIt of NW):
c Lowry, MlnlsUr ft. E 825 ft to be. all Lots 6. e. 1 Dlk 8. CIt I...83 A In MIS; l'nr'O 7 21 UII Ines Ivay Pollard .___ CII....

( !T-Sabbath SchooL In Temple Sub Dlv.__.SI a II 12 Ben Dell ---..----.-. 1944 Park S/D w. C'. Eta! of SI'J'$ Of IJJo4 ___.a0 'I II .O"J. A. Kllbr.w __.___ 10.11 .
M B0k304of111 W&E44 Lot:1t ot'Blt --.__ k-1S It T. n. Young _..____ 1.15 N\fo .f SWW of 1S1&\4\ .. .\ "
t Worship; of Blk S 8 of R I W In ;
.oo Morning 3. City f A In NW enr.O 'I II 1. Laura Alexander __ 8.'T
SW* of NEVi Temple AID, 'v & C'e .Addn to NOf NWb

by the pastor.Cbrlstian Kn- Lot Sub 4 Dlv :-9--Bik1.SI II 15 Ben Dell ___.._.__.__ 1234 Sta..ke __ ___________.11. 0 II Unknown __ ___.__ 1.41 dH Cur -1 T f9 81 In.. Ivey Pollard ____ 11.1' li
:9P _--Junior Plnehumt, 5. 8 LoJtI"\ Ic.iIZd 1'11'4' t N52yK A..k-----U T II 40 A. O. PeareaU ___._ 11.15
Developmental I II Hall Edward ___. 1814 toStarke E ,
Worship. Lots T, 8 Blk S Flnehurct --- tY.Pk-1S I II Nora Bin ____._ 1.75sm. IiIWor 9452S4 _18 T 11 100 A IInlJlvan _____._._ II.'"
.3I'p.) !Evening Development .21 6 II Mr. Maud Walnwrlght 1125 Lot 4 B1k WK or NW\\\ of 0W34\ ._.a4 'l II .0 1. M. Andrew _____ O.at '
Lot 1, I Blk 8 Plnehurat W & C. Addn to N IOf NfoJ'4 A EK of

Church Development f---------21 6 S3 D. W. Kelley ___._. 1.15 a rks .. !I II Unknown .--.?----.a 1,76Walnot ttW'4 or IiIFI'1 _-1T Ti 100 Unknown _._.___ 10.41 7N34
unit ChrlHtlun All NV4 of the ; C'o.Fl..I.. ;; of of $EK of $11S4'e, ,t4Ry

W. T. McOulre, PastorS described parcel of fit at NW Cor of BAp- rltht nr way-------25 T II 11 Tycl.n Yarn. ______ '.1. n
,. land: NV4 of WV4 of Blk tlet ParSona.e Let BeIr '834 of .
| School 10 a. m. 60 of f2W&AllE4 run 10210 ft.N70It.' NIO4! otNNW ol run 8190ty

BUBlon. 11 a. m. of Blk 8 8 of R 8 W ft W .10 tt to Walnut St ,", .,. i Ss W 11034 }'d..' 4 }
NWKofBIk58ofR8 I thence 9 on paid SttD '" N 11034 yds m 9034 f frd.

tlan Endeavor 7 p. myet W In Temple 8ub-Dlv.ll 8 II 5 Unknown .___.__._.. 679SI beg In 81..k. .___ 11 ... U D. E. Knight __.__ 80.40 .I to b." ._ ____U T II I Unknown _4_.____._ 6,60 y .
meeting Wednesday 7:30: S 82 ft ot NWVi of Blk 1 The 8 160 ft ot the f.i: All SW\4\ of NWS", 8 of .
SofIt1H&N133ft lowing described piece HyexAlnNWCor
of SW%, of Blk 1 S of of property to-wit: A NW4 or SWS$0 7 It 70 O. W; Salon __:;__.__. SLOT
ding Second Sunday 11 a.liad R 1 H A 8 82 ft of NV4 Bpg at flW 'or or land Beg ..t MW Cur of NF.4.. i
of SEVi of Blk 1 S of' aohl to Mrs. T. T. Long of NEVi A run N 820yd .,
9 p. m.gorewood. R 1 E'BIkK of 8V4 of hy S. : ;Temple I & run *. thence H In a Sou. -
SEVi of 8 of R 1 I4 14 .. e S 41 ft therly direction 2tl8 )'da .
I Church B, also bent at 8W Corof thence fI 14 dpll....... vv' to public road, thence
Baptist NBVi of Blk 1 8 ot 139 ft. thence W 14 d.- BE along publlo road tied
L. 0. Hemingway, Pastor R 1 E i run Northerly 5t fld thence N 174 yd*, thence 8 HIyd
Sunday. Bible 82 ft for a pt ot beg, fI"If as9 f1. *, thence W 440 yd* 1
,,*t6 every thence Easterly at thence E 14 d..If..... S tn .heg--14 A A SEVi of i
j 10:15: 5. m. Services at 8:3q right angle* to Ry 830 41 ft to keg In flt"rk".11 I II Bradford County Dank 18,753KAInNW54ofSWS4S NEVi I less W 14V4 A ANBVi
ft, Northerly 122 ft, \ of S134! lea SVu .
k lo afternoon. Westerly 880 ft, Southerly of Madison St known A In NW Cor _____.__.S9 7 S3 Tl J. L. William _?__, SI 37
122 ft to pt a. J. O. Alvaro Jles101k Begat a pt BOO ft 8 of
.VPT1STfler. CHURCH of begalao NV4 of In Starke .x 1 ,lotPeekCor.ofd NW Cor of HlflVi< of
_ L B
sift( of SWVi of Blk 1 tJ, I. NWli arunM1310f4
... A. Donnley, Pastor 8 of R 2 E, Temple : _11! a II 4 :I. W. Andrews Jr _____ 111.811 1-3 800 ft, N 1010 ft to .
Sub Dlv ...__.__ Bug at NW Cor of'Maad. Ky thence NW along;
first Sunday. ___.I1 I Mo e Cover on _...____ t.06 '
vices every NBVi of NW -__________22 6 SI 40 Archie Miller __?._._ 21.41 I, loon & Court 81. .. run Ity to beg -._.__ .' '..20 7 S3 IS J. W. A Effl Beden.
undty School 2:30 p. m. Begat NW Cor of BWViot W .1011 ft for a pt or bough _.._..?.... UTT
and Prayer Services BWVi A run .S 70yda. hug. thence N 105 It. W Lot. I. I, S, 7. S, 9. 10, 4p
role Study R 140 yd*, N 70 110 fl. a 1011 ft. F7 120 16 S/n of NV of NBVi
r Saturday night. yd.. W 140 yd*, to begaw' ft to pt of beg in Town of NWVi-8X A.-____--19 7 S3 'Mack Johnson ...-?. a St '
-I A' _____U I II 1 Minnie Frlngla .___._. 4." of Starke : _.-_. .1I I II' Unknown _...____ III." Lot I. I, I, 4, 6 Blk S
of 8WSI A W<< 1 Lot In 8tarke Rounded Wright Add to Hamp. 4
% of BWVi ex'i' *. 1.7 by W. M. Edwards. ton. _____ __..0.......SO 7 38 Willie William _.._. 781 '?

In NW Cor .?______.___22 e 21 58 Mr. Loul* William_ 84 OS A .by C. A. Knight A Beg at a pt 360 ft B nf ,
S W of NWH of BfSV & Mrs. Humphrey W.by a pt 266 .yd. N ..f HWCor > i
DB JONES SEVi.. of NEVi of SVfrVi-2 8 SI 30 Mr*. Edna Thomas ._ 1544 Broadway Ht & N by of NRt of NE*", A.
) A land of A. L. Alvare. ._11 II W. U. 0 Edwards ____ 8,41 run K 740 ft, H lilts k

] .SEybl. of NWblot NJjj.U 1''' 23 30 P. A. Johan. .nn _....._ 1814 Lot 1 Dlk I. J. D. Jones yd., W 740 ft, N lllVfeyd 1i+
fommenta On Here NV4 of 8W'4. ot NEW _,__21 8 23 20 Daniel Letterman ..... 10.9&SW'4 Addn to Atarke _____0.11 II E. I7. Smith _________ 1.11 ; to beg _.___._-__10 7 11 7 Emma Hicks/ A. Roia
of NW M, of 8BV1ASWVi Com ae NW Cor of 8and."n Norwood ..........,.,, It.ItT
\ A Lane a HoganAlley Com 851 ftEofNWCor 4
And Hereafter of y4NWy NWVi of'NW4 .__ .23 I II 40 T.. 8. William ?_.___. 1584 III tl. W 50 ft. S 8 116 ft to a pt of beg, p'thence
SSSS=S= Bi W 1? A of NVi'of 8EVi of II ft to Hogan Alley M 4IH ft, H 142 ft, 1

SWK ___.___________ .S3 6 SS 1* Lloyd Green ..____.._ 1125 .. 6o tt to beg. i. N 413 ft, W 142 ft to
thou lackest. That r.k Dr E. Dtggs _. 11."
i thing WSAofa9Atrlan !e" Ihn _._.__..._. .I5 II .- beg' .SO S3 Mr. M. L. Watter.on.T .. 11." 1
t Jesus said to a man Wbo being all of 8V4 of 1 lot Com 50 It W of Lot 13. 14, 16, 11 HIk 11Ilampton
Him and Indicated that of S WyNotroad; \ ____.33.S3 < S3 1:1.:1. Silcox ____:______ 595 NW Cnr of Aaod.r.on .._11'101k..IO S3 W. D. Hick _.______ 1BSS N.
i to Lot.
6 6 II
W'4 of NB%, of NWVi ANWVi Lane & Hogan Alley : BIn
fffsbed to go to heaven and of SBVi of NW'NWVi *_ I U 80 Harry Stern ?_______ 1194 run N 111 fti{ W' fl, eS / Hampton -331k*..---SO 7 SI J. W. Watteraon ...... 1.01
W Lota 7 B I In
of 13 ft. ft. S 11I'0It \ 8. 9. '
I to do the right thingon of SWVi NE orNEVJ%' &AllW A A.(. to 1I01l'an. Alley Hampton; .___..,-.- _IO T S3 M. t, Watteraon ..__ S4.41Bllt
If a man lacks only one E on said Alley Lot. 1, 8. 4. 5 8, T Blk
of EV4 of SEK. of NWVi N 140 nfte bug" in Starka38 1 II Dr E. 1. Biggs ._____ 10.04 16 I In Ilampton! ; ______...80Blk T II .. L. ',A. John*...
be in road Wads
would to publlo A of "
lit seem pret.pod NV4\
I 8 II M. L.
Lot land In 8Ia..k. In 11
1 of 7. T
Hampton..80 .
___.. 11,41
sometimes the SEVi I shape, but of NKVi' I._____......28 22a 40 Unknown __ ___.._.___ 18.74 283 ftNaSby510ftE HbiVi of A lees
|"thing Is the main thing.: A EVt of8WV A EVi, of : & W Bounded nd 1'1 bySt ANof way 1

r may have a great many AH SWViof NWVi of SW NEVi<4 __N___of_ 18 iia 80 O. W. Hlnson, Aft ._. 3594 L & _E __ __ n.IS'1 II -I, W. Harrell' ._..__ 11.14 road Ry&lUofn.wpubllo ._-.--. -_3D T S3 17 Julia Rattle' A R*. as
k but he usually has one over publlo road.__-------.ITST sia 2T Mr. E. M. Thomas ..__ 11.14EBAofNWK II!1, Aane IInS Ny:
aln. There is a king Bin of NEVi, the. Blitch 8i2y4 A v
ring life of a sinner. There. 8 6f publlo road.__...__ si B Mr. Q. M. Inman _.-__. 7.74 known Place __a. _!9 I II 4 1. A. CanoVa _.____ 11." NEVi -..__.WHot -10 T SS 100 Ma. D. Maxwell ____.. lt.lt '
i 8V, of SWVi |ID! that stands out and when of SEV4;) ft NEVi Fl by nlllrh place. II by NRVi of NRVt
| fdi goes the other sins SOIl of A SWesxW6A&exa for road _________.ST 12 R. R Prevatt ..._.:.:, 51.72 land Ity W by N W..tmor.. ',. ., 14 1.4 yds.'W yd*. H IIS 136 yd*, to It I .' ;.. 5
At & N line yds
This man who came to NWVi of SWVi of NEV4__:27ST 833S3 10 Kit William _.____., 585 of 8E'4 .r $E14 by -20 1 II I lank of 8tarke4 .... bee _" Tn' W. Jr. Maxwell ..__ 25.UB
10 A on S aids of NEVi, or 8E148E14Eof Wy. of 952K of'6W114'Eof '
i loved money. He was peer of NWVi __.__________ a si 10 Floreno. C. Flynn .___ 11.25 II A iny03W Cnr A By "___-____111 1" 18 Rmma Mixon ._.__ .tT. Id

r clean. He did not drink.: Lot 1, 3, Blk Original BEyw.-1, _.330 I II 11 Mr.. V. Torru.lla.26.11 SW'4 of NWVI" ;; _-__IO 1 .2 40 Unknown ._-__._...__ S, ;
Town ot Starke NBVi __ ._ II 18 1. W. Andrew ____ 11.84 All that certain piece of r
|ni not an adulterer. He was of SWVi _. : _SSss' 8 tia Elvlna Morgan -_-_._ 14.24 NEK Wty or of RW\4\ o7_SEK---.59 I land lyingbetween <1.H P
NWl4 e.
t t and straight but he loved Lot !. 4 Blk 1, Original N 8 A __"-_ ___ .10 12 14 Unknown ._ __.__... ".74 A K. lly A B. A. L.Ry t,
"The love of Is the Town ot Btarke NEVi All NEy of SEVo B" of In NWVi, of NBVi,
money' of BWVi : ._ tia John Foryth ....._-_- 14.34 publlo .oad-4 A A N T -8 ....__"_".._ 10 7, 5 Ida. D. Maxwell .__ 5.94 f '
it of all kinds of evil.. This man Lot 8. 8 of Blk 6Orlgi.. A of SF.l4 of BF.J'4 .x N ofANR'4: ___-. ___-__"l 1of 7 UT >> 10 U. T. Saxon _.___...._.. 1'.71

1 to do right He believed I nal Town of Starke. ___ 28.34 about I A N or road _..$0 I 12 8 O. C. Ca.on _____. 1,51N44 to 8WV. A WV4\ of
NBVi of SWVi ________18 sta Florence Flynn of AWl i things that were good but Lot 3, 4 of Blk 8, Orlasal !''lEI {lived money. He went away Town of Gtarke, ; 963'4 tt ._.________.5p I II 60 Illham Wilson lI.n NKVi of NWU' ex 1010 A .
Ja Kit" ____.____ 31.13
NEVi ---- NFJ'4 of NW'4 lepe 7 A.II 8 II Nicholas NWVi NWVi
l Jesua sorrowful. Money had W of Lot. 6. 7 of Blk of NEI Money was his god. 16. Original Town of Beg a Dost WV4 of NWVi of NWVi ___13HKV T 190 U. 1C. Saxon __._.__ T.OI
Mr. M. E. Edwards .. 152.18 t8 ttlEv.hfSWI1
enis Stark., NEVi of SWVi48V6 __23 sia N of Cor > of NWVi A NRVi of f
E ft of Lot* 1, 3 FtfO..llI'lnal a run 1'1 1.11 chns. $ & M of NW14 of :
night thy soul shall be re- Blk 18 ex 8 20 B 6.10 rho.. 8Wy a N of HWVi of
Mi of Town ofStarke E 81Ch';..,"N !K rho.. 941 BW? ft NVi of 8BVi of '
thee. That la the closehipter NEVi of SWVi .28 ss Unknown -, --.---- 1ST.28 8 clans to hag .s por- HWVi __ ?.?.____...__11 7 33 140 Unknown ______ .4S.7S rf rfNW :

In the early'life of A EV4 of Lots 1. 3. 5 Blk tion W of road ________11 I II 4 Henry Mltohell :11"._._ 14.14 Itr.r: A BEVi of ;tT
|who loved Could the 28. Original Town ofStarke 2% A In NE ('or or 834 ... ---.14 7 1, 10 flnott R. Nwlndell _.__.11,11 .
money. NEVi of SWVi ...28 a si Unknown -- ------.- ..75 of SE'4 or SWy4-.--__. $2,1, II 3 Va.co Mltch.U _.___ 5,46I NK of SEVi! ___._ .______11 T II BO I). a. Knla-ht -s,._. ''l.'' i
i tool have been the young man Blk 19 a* extended on Lot of land J4R It aq' N of 811 l Cor
r of941014d.
Enneye Map ex S 100 ",,, \ of NKVi A run 1
i came to Jesus and Jesus told In 8m Cur eC JjW'4 'If v"
ft A ex E 80 ft. Orlll'lTo"fwWr.f flE'4' .____ s-.II x; 1 II Green Hamilton. c_.__ I.U, W 320 yd*. N 110 yd*, H tr
i to sell what he had and he nal Stark*. Lots 4. 8. 8 Elk E''L1ncoin. 330 yd., 8 110 yd* to y

4 t away sorrowtuif. He.' may NKVi, .28 8 23 Unknown '__ _____ IT,04 .. Ity 22 flI2 0 lohn Iawls ___._.... 1.18 b.g fc_ ... .--SBEV4 T S3 B ir B, Roebuck ...__ .... {
been i N 12Vi ft of Lot !A all Lot 1 nlk 4'Linupin Cfy.53"6 Unknown _____. 8.11I of IJW! '. of NSN A S '
the same man:The,rich Lot S A. 8V4j of Lot 4 7 Blk 6 Llnaoln Cor ot BBVi 0
> u far as we know was clean Blk 2, Livingston Tru 1"/it5 ___. _aa I II -, V.d. I. Johnson .___ lUG "rlJmtW; --..-____---...SBHWVi T II tl I"". O. nelsrer _____, lUll
by A Co'a Addn to BIO Lot 8 Rlk ft T.ln"oln "lIy.U II .22 Cora Gibbs ______ al& of NWVi _____:__...18 7 n 40 10. r.. Klnch. _.._.' '
illy Jesus never crarg- Btarke .-._--. -- -23 < S3 W. T. Week. Jr___._ Tot 1 RIk I Lincoln lty11 1 II -r Ed J. Johnson _._.., 1.111 NKVi of BWVi of NWV4-.8S T 10 W.O. Heal .._____. 11.11 4
Un with any immortality but Lot 1. 2, 3, 13.la, 14 Lots I. $, 8. 7 8Iolk NW'4 of' NffiW E&y RKAll '
called him of Blk 11. Livingston, 9 1i.1 o41'nIIrl Y :x..52 I II Unknown ..__._-w, 4.15 N W'4 nf '
a fool. He ran a '.Truby A. Co'a adds to 8501 Lots 4. I. 8 Blk 10 LIn. NUVl] niccessfulljr. He made a Btarke, .SS e ss T. S. William .____._ coin CII" --31 1 ia -, Unknown ___..._-__- 1.111 of sW'4
p1k Llvin -. lots LIn- .___ 1 t 117 A. Z. A. Lois Adkln
ittfut He Lot 7 of 11, All FIIk II (6 ) ofNV&M" -- ... "
crop. saved what he ton, Truby A Co*. Adn 8ternbers.3.76 coin City ,_/.11 '1 12 Unknown _. _...?-... '..ULoi.1n 8* oWw*
fc and housed his harvest In to Stark ______ .II 8 ss Hayes A I, / 6. 7, 6'191k' t$. '
barns, but he died and left K Lot 0 A S 40 ft of Lei l Cur 1I I II Unknown ._.____ 1.15 Wti nf tlq of NWK.. SSM I 11 10 W. T. Wallace .._.:_ IT.ItI
1 Blk 14 Bounded S by Lolli I. I Blk 11 Lln"oln <, of NBVi A NWW\ of '
Jests called him a fool. This J. O. Turner land Livingston. City __ .____.. .___11 I II ,- Julia Albert __.._._ 1.4 flB4 __ ..______. ._____.10 S3 130 Q. F, W-ckerman ..... 3404I
tile end of Trnby A Co' Lots 1, 2 S 1 BIk I 14Llnroln wit of 1150' of NWV. H,
chapter two In. theof Addn to Stark ____ss a ss Fenella A Loul I** __IS.05 '1I4. .U I II unknown __ ____ '.\11 NWM of loft'k of NW:2f :(
life of a man who worship Snyder __._____.__ l.ot I Rlk III llnrnln 'It'.81 I II Willie King _._____ 1.11I R<4 of HK'l of '

'money Instead of God. Lots 10.' It of" Blk Id.Llvlngiton Com at a pt .011 rr S of NWW K'4 of NBU
Truby A 11.44Lot. NW Cnr or NW44 of of wTi of NWV _____11 11 40 Oeo. B. Swan '-, --... II." ,
e e H. Eastman ir
ei Co' Addn to Stark e___.U a ssa Mr r. NW% run N II ft N\I;'" A 15H" of NK'-l: Of "'
'Ih i hell he lifted up his eyes 8, 8. 10 of Blk Ia.Llvlngston 1t, :: ,W NW"4 ex 6 A In HW Cor '
Eft tH 666t-b. U 5 Mu. Annie E. I'.ttl.t_ 3.78HW'4 NVVV. of R I
A 33 II ex
1 In torments" This Is chap. Co' Jkddn. to Stnrke -_IS ssa D. r.. Sllcox! ___?._. 1505 112&' of HE'4'coq_______ -__.-.- U I II 40 U.. D., New.on ..__, 16,94Reg A In 8H t rN\. nf *

three. When we write books Lot 1, 9. S of Blk 1*. at NW ('01' flf SW 14WMEyo.f NWVi W\ 8%

wt chapter Is Llvlng-Hton, Truby A William ._. 24.K of Nf.4 A fun M 181ft. ofNB' (NWK.
finished when Co' Addn to Btnrk e.-.-.U ssa Nat --- E $411g ft," N aClft / of *RM\ of

hero dies but God does not Lot a. 4, 6. 8, T, a. ilL 10. .. W 36114 It tit beof .__23 II I Unknown _._._:_ 5.78. ex 2V4 A It. fw 'or.U I 12 188 Unknown ., ..._...,-_ .S3.OtS r
books like do. 11, 12 of Blk 36. LlvInsnton. Lot I JIIk 8 J. )1 JohnA. 'x'NEK"'al ; .f I. Be- on H lido of fClI1W or' .'
we Th ,
man N .d. of S
Po NW'4 on
Went' away from Jesus sorrow.- Addn to. Starke Truby .A-__Co'__*_.28LeteiU. sia -.J. H. Cauthen ..-..--. U.8S Nub Div of ;, I I.. .1 Mrs. II'anr\le Sh..rt,1. I.U Bedford lake A run W er
I WNII V.1i ., Ito ft N 430 ft. H 210
because of.Blkl..C
12. 13.-H :: ftfN
he loved .t '
money and Arof ft to U 8eo line, thence .. 4 +)1
4fd I a fortune with- Llvlna-i-ton. Truby Unknown _..______ T.35 e5 8 12. ft also F H 410 ft to beg _. ISNWM S3I Larkin '
and lived '*' Addn to 8tark.S8 ssa NIJ1 of j4{ 01 NW4 --- B. Bliaon _._ ....
Cod> died '0 Blk 5 Tdvingsoon Iii A In $S1. \ of 8WVi ).ss10A .
but Jesus Lot 1 of of NM4
says the .._____. S3S ,
H of '1) A. B. Davis .
A Co's of NW'4.of ways -JtNWV4 _.__
Truby -
i ,. S45 ( 01' of NS4
nan went to hell., If a man S/D NEVi of. NEVi23 ssa Sol HanderionUnknown --:- NE'4 being all rile' N of NWW .._..---_-1* S3 40 Luke W,,' Bryant -,+__ .18.76 1,
'away from God 1 4 of Blk II A Lot Sby70yd.EC. W- W\4\ of $W\4\ 01'eny4a: 52 .
Lot ,
for money he Llvlnirmtnn ._ 754 U IT Mr. U. Ka..ynakl 15.ao 441 ft of I..J'4.. of 8m\4\ .
Blk 10.
"go to helL There Is''no 3. 4 Truby A Co'* 8DNE'J ..-".__..__ 4.15 ReR:!NN Cor-of'NB Allf SMWKy4ot\ N52K N'ef.1$ S3 17 Unknown .1__.. 10.U
Place 2* ss W III
for t tCor
him to go. Jesus of NEV4, -----.--- or NEy4& run
' 'Is the Lot 1 Blk n. !' ,;, I ft H 1091 f1. I'J 3" fl.N'IOU Ifln".t __ 1I.oe Ry4Aex1AInNW, &
10 n. E. NIOK
very center of heav- ._ 3/ I II
There are ,Truby A Co' BID, NEY6 IS 8 23 'J. W. Robinson _____ 145 ft to bug____ _..__,"a4 1 II 40 W. A. Be..anl Jr.-- n.14 5 A In NK 1'or of tfVi; of .
In NW'4
respectable men of NEy4 BRy of NJo1 of MPJI4 41 S S3 70 WV. J. -. .. 1400 $;
7 community who are sociable W14 of lot. I1'all'l 0 8E 4 or HEI 4 Blk 17. A, WV6 { M 128 ft ,
clean Lots S. Chns ..of ( of SWVi *x W '
who are going to hell of Lot 11 IN., A all Lot 4. + N 1Io or NJ7K sa W 14 I II 40 Cha.. (, Norton __ 1120N44 1 A ,. ... -U If IS t Lawrence Dn. Co.._. S.34 tM1
their god is thegodofmoderately ,' of Blk Llvlng-eton Chnll)0'of 8F:% )i-$4- .1.0 Edward .... I an I.--- .0.1. Nu or NW\4\ of tlE'4 Ix 1 E
. Truby A Co'. m/D.IS D.' P. Pullumw ST.14 or HW.4 .. A In A A ex Lake 10 A..U 1.2 4 D. O. t wart A J, B.
NEVi of NEVi -f-r NE'I. CnrK IS I It U Unknown _____ St.IOI Laraon I.'.
*" All Bfk 13 A Lot ; I $ N104 --' 1 1.='!-$5- 1 I" .0 0. W. I1\n.on\ A.&...._1>>..71INW" 1 A In.r..W.Cor f'SWVi -- -w
and of Blk 24 Livingston.JtH.br of r _13 I 11 1 ;.
use as many South UnknownS ....___ 0/ s
bles and fruits In the. diet of. NE A.Co'% a/D.IB I 12 Unknown __ ___ '..75NE'4 : N'u : road NWIe,_ --- ..:!_16 12 9 r. C. JIolI.'n..W'orth' _.. 'tf4 All Nm"!" of M5214'S' of By -
Parable 'bIvingstnnTruby 5W34 __ _P.U 1 II 40 Mra' W. C. l.onr _-... 11.1 -I. A Cemeter4AKy- .
Lot 4 Blk 27. or JlW'4 4 ..13HW't SS
lake "tone 14 J. B. LarconII _,___ ....
Co' B/DNE3d 'c A., O. 3enkrD. _____- 8.15 Lots e. 1 Itlll I of HRVi' e. 5AInMW

TR.\11'il SINEDL- of NE'4 21Llvlng.ton II 12 1.KIngsley 1 : .(94 t .No.;_11 1 II ChaR U. Mellman- I." Cor A ex N 11 A-_.|J I II Mr*. H.) W. p.et __ 111.4"
tiTecuve! Lot 3 Blk of (+:54Ighta .o.J\4\ of W'4 ______.__ I 33 4ft Walter Will __ 11.75
June 16th trains 11 Truby A Co' SID. I 12 Leonna'A. Aaron 8.15 Com at NW Cor of : IRd. ) Lot 4 ________.-.11 II 23S3 30 ..... L. tt. McOlll ...,._ to.,. a
12 will be NE\\ of NEI > discontinued 'and Lot 1.4 Dlk'U.,Llving .. .. 20 Rda, W I 0R,1. e.-----

J" .13 and 16 .will run a* fol8Urk .ton. Truby A Co' 81 ; Ii 1'12 A. T. Paul __ 1.04 .. N ,o ltd. 10" Ng. I 7 12 I C. OU.aon ...__..___ 1.1' of 8WW _._,.-. -..S5 I II 1 John Davie __._...... 1.13 fl
.. o 0 1" r.r.0:1': : NEK Bik -II ttlw.----- 7 320 A J. Urlffla____ 11.04 Com 40 yd* 8 of NB rorf .1
. E34 of; i1.Co.ng04fl. W34 ;n :.: I 'P II .0 I. B. Lone .___.___ 10.11 ,. NtV'of! NWV .;.. ?
Southbound Trot NEK.34 Unknown':. ::?-. .: '.711 of $W44 w1\ thence W T 0 ydt 8 70 ,
,", II N 'blgIwcy. Mltch.11 8r. __ tuo I'd.. 10 70 yd"N70 yd*
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adopt underhand methods. If you Up in Bradford

I' : Bradford County Telegraph forbade her to eat but she slippedher .paving the road County they

Maybe You've TOO LATE [I From Other PensTEN I bread, 'you couldn't condemn I!;, Starke to. the State Which Prison lead f

.' Established 1877 her morals although you forced ford. Must be at
Heard It But I her into a false position And I I traffic, either to expecting h
gLAEAVBEFL == ; ..r trBU.! KAT doubt if the Good Judge would or fon, the t
RULES oa. Hardee
V 4 : ASSOCIATION i Secretary.. Florida ...... AM. Ten excellent HOT BATHER hot weather rules hold it against her"as much as he County HeraM
J .. IQ3S e j New York In the summer time are contributed by Gladys J. War, you. Milwaukee was 1934'-

.,' .. It. t.wa/td 'Jkrt.tda ., Is' as comparatively dead a*. any SAN FRANCISCO-The drive home management specialist of Illinois city, with deaths in sa
.. .. -..- -- .. cross-roads town. The biggest de. from Los Angeles to San Francisco Agricultural College, to the Our Indian population Is estimated accidents aggregating t
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class partment stores close all day Sat- along the Coastal route Is delightful current issue of The Progresnlv to be more than 250,000. 100,000 population 10.8

urday and everyone leaves for the: and from the standpoint Farmer-: .
Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Florida .. beaches or the country Friday af of scenic beauty Is entrancing. And 2. Beware of drinking too much
.. -- ternoon. The only people left Itt overcoat'
Oh, so cool. t-wore my cold water when exceedingly warmas
E. L. Matthews------------------------Editor and Owner town over.the week-end are Bightseers. all the way.and blankets were in; this be Injurious.' '
may ,
'r .. .. .---.. -- ---- --. .. -.-. -.- Within the space or a few order at night.: I 3. Get plenty of sleep.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE hours this column was asked whereto Unlike the.'southern metropolis, 4. Rest and relax at leant 15 to n

catch a downtown express train, San Francisco' compact and sol 30 minutes noontime each day. li\J\[! 1 v Halt
I,: : Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance how to get a descriptive pamphletIn idly bulllt, it is not sprawled allover 5. Keep the pores of the' skin

;, Advertising Rates on Application the Cathedral and how to reach the map tangled and back-:: open by frequent bathing and drink
Radio City Children, trying: to
lashed with so many other communities enough water to replace that lost "'...
the tumult '
shout to one another over tMIRi
can't tell where It
: \' All the city election front. have the voices of demons. you through perspiration.
} quiet on starts or leaves off as is Los An 6. Do much of work in THE FAVORITCVVACAT.QN
' E 0f Most of the women have an un- as your ,MONTI
\ wholesome yellow tint under their! geles.It a cool, shady place as possible. ,
The opening of school Is just around the corner. make-up. .is more like New York than When out In the hot sun exercise fh l d 'kwA.ly

any other, city I think, a cosmo moderately.
1\\ 0 the
Terrific summertime heat In
1 : Two can live as cheaply as one if both are on a diet slums drives families into the politan city, both motorist pleasing and 7. Close the windows nearly
friendly. To the accustomed -
shut and draw the blinds In the
street and onto
o card narrow doorsteps.On are In to flat woods roads and at early morning. Air,the house well. -. VACATION Urn. la at its best]
I Roosevelt undisturbed by RepublicanKnox. Sundays games best a few hundred feet above sea- and t famous
1 President ,seems progress at tables placed on tide- during the evening night resorts
walks. Six-year-olds and their level the steep almost perpindlcu- 8.. Don't worry. It never,gets 'are at the height of gaiety and
grandfathers alike Indulge. You lar streets here 1 present a hair- anybody any place and it keeps fun. Go now to relax and enjoy

o feel lucky after visiting Chinatown raising problem.' Believe me you the nervous system depressed and yourself at your favorite vacation
This has been fine weather for ducks and strawberry need a whole Jot of brakes and Irritated.,
!' and arriving home with: your ... spot Florida Motor Lines Is the
plenty of clutch. It's no town for -- -
r of" ,! :
I 't #} : '
wallet still The natives 9. Do not refer to the'theriaom"- 'r..t-.JI1'tavorltewaytotraveLout-of.dooli
i setting.: on you.
a guy to- be, drtvin' in if he's gota '
0- must find It Just as uncomfortableas weak heart.! eter too frequently. Don't talk In cooL,'clean breezes down the
the tourists, however. Bowery about the weather Think of cool,
the next will be of Father I had what beautiful highways and by-ways of Floridato
.fll We sincerely hope eclipse barbershops advertise haircuts for forgotten a pleasant things. The effects of all
It la to drive cliffs There are
sight along more
Coughlin. fifteen cents and black-eyes removed heat are both physiological and
for of them above seal rocks and view the Golden frequent departures a choice of
a quarter. isychologlctl.
t 0.- Gate And optional routes, lowest
vista of
In also. glorious bay and fares.
{ It's just about as easy to get lost with a road map as specialize tattooing, and ocean. 10. Keep "mentally" cool, If you
Few plays are open and none ant My feelings however, are not can. If you cannot, do not make 'Your choice of many routes
without one. overcrowded. The. settings for things worse by' getting someone
shared by Peggy, my ten year old One Bound
---0 "Tobacco R 0 a d" are realistic offsDrlnar.. to her the famous Golden else "all het up" In an argument. Wow TriJI
Some of the fences politicians try to straddle turn out to enough, but the play leaves the opro d but .JACKSONVILLE $ .110 1 us
1 Impression that the chief article of nothing a YOUR CHILDREN'S BILL OF OCALA ____._______ 1.00 1.80
be barbed wire sham and a hoax for unbeknownto ORLANDO _____.:.___ 2.60 4.70
diet among Georgia cracKers IS us her child mind had visualized RIGHTS GAINESVILLE __ __ .50 JI8
o raw turnips. If members of the a'real gate of real gold and she Some thoughtful advice for parents TAMPA ____._______ 2.GO 4jsI
x Some people have little use for money as long as their cast really munch turnips-as they was sorely disillusioned and Is off Is offered by Ruth Ryan' in MIAMI ____________ S.80 10 Ul
appear to do-It's a wonder they California for life. Peggy, the lit the July Progressive Farmer: I BRUNSWICK, OA,__ 2.53 4e !
1 credit is good. haven't all died of colic for the tle Cracker, was loyal to Florida "I wish I could earnestly ''exhortall CHICAGO _.,_______16.80 30.s:: |

o show has been running more than throughout the trip. At San Diego parents to' allow their children Union Bus Station'MRS. '

About the only thing some people are trying to save is two years. Come to think aboutIt a Fair official who was escort- some freedom!* If you do not trust .
the male role has Agent
; themselves trouble. leading changed Ing us about the grounds asked her your children,, .do you think they Opposite Court Ilouwt
t three times. there it
Ironically will make effort to rise to
' how she liked Exposition, any Phone 120-U
d fi o more dirt In "Personal Appearance of them Don't
"Fine, she replied "but you oughtto your good opinion f
If the Democrats are.. beaten in 1936 Farley will lose his ," another hit than In one of see the Florida Fair at Tampa, you think that U,,your neighborwere

;Y old stamping grounds. the much maligned burlesque we got lots more rides on our Midway watching you every day ,to
shows. The latter are the biggest ." "Which do you like best see if you stole any of his corn, '
o bore on Broadway, and don't let FLORIDAffl
Florida or California was another you would be almost tempted t'lsteal
Joe Louis should believe. in Santa Claus Look what he anybody tell you different. A person question frequently asked and in It just to, show him you w : p

got out of his socks. who goes ward.A twice. belongs in the every instance' the answer was"Florida" could? Of course you wouldn't do T&RTHE
i psychopathic and nothing could shake It;, because It would be against
o hitch-hiker In South ,
crippled In.the '/ ,
her ,. your principles. same way
t. A new broom might sweep clean, but a new housewife Carolina using his crutches to Personally, while I appreciatewhat your daughter may not do the terrible -
thumb ride. At least towns) are
seldom knows how to. a a glorious state California is things you dreadbecause
'f1 frank up that way: some proudly her .t .i
with her rugged mountains, rockysea they are against principles
0- proclaim "Village Limits" insteadof Coast, Lake Tahoe, the Big You should have more respect for 'FAVORITE VACATIONWA !
t When a pretty girl wants an engagement ring she usu. "City Limits." Filling stations Trees and magnificent state and the moral fiber with which tycpi ., )
iAPVRf 41I'"i'
north of Baltimore
ally gets a lot of calls. carry as national parks, I still maintain equipped her ,
many as ten or twelve different wise knows that
that for, year 'round health and "Every parent
:, O --- rp'
kinds of and attendants
I gasoline, comfort Florida has by far the there Is unguarded time In every
Whispering campaigns aren't anything new to people don't seem to care whether they more desirable climate. Our girl's life when she can fait into

sell any of It-Indifference Is the mischief if she hasn't too,, much
living in small towns. charming lakes, beautiful beaches,
, order of the day. Roadside sign In rivers and semi-tropical natural sense or honor to do so, of her own
' o Delaware: "Minister, Marriage bea.uty'sej.. a"to offset what we accord No amount of watching;
I Miami Is observing: thirty-ninth anniversary. She la License, Drive In.". There Is noth may lack, fn elevation and riggedness. will Improve her character, How

; certainly a large child for her age. ing named for Sherman or Grant .' can a man strengthen any muscle
'v. in the South, but there is a "Rob. I'marveled at the magnificentroads except by use 7 How can you expect ..

o ert E. Lee Diner" In New Jersey-, of California, mile on mile of your children to make wise
Folks used to play "Button, button, who's got the but. didn't seem to be doing much business i permanent smooth highways carved decision if they are never allowedto .

t$ ton." Now they know It's in the laundry. however: Sign at bridge over I out "of solid rock that must decide T" '
a creek just outside of Washington
"Don't force to
o = have cost more to construct per your daughter
' "Roaches Run.
: Anybody
.A cost for entire
mile than oXirs an
'," Now is the time of year when vacationists begin to won. knows that. Theatres all up and county. Traffic for'the most partIs

der how many swims are left in the old suit. down the line seem to be playing much heavier than in Florida,
" "The Farmer Takes A Wife" at
i and freight trains, crude oil burners

s f Forty-eight people are running o for mayor in Philadel the same time.Although they've. been working throughout with smokestacks the west. are One In thing use HERE-S PROOF OF I EXTRA MILEAGE I

z phia. Jobs must still be pretty scarce up there. steadily during the past 'three Impressed me, we did not witnessa
. k years on the Cathedral of St. John motor accident
t single anywhere
o the Divine in New York, the
due to
on' the trip largely a greater -
': The way Russell Kay has 1 been; praising California we'll is unnoticeable. The city caution on the part of drivers

W bet he's afraid to end his vacation and come home. has gone side-walk cafe with a and better patrolled highways.One O1I'PtilI
I') 0 bang, but few people can look non- thmga, motorist soon learnsIn Youoweltto'ouraelftoseehow $ Tell/
chalant chewing a t-bone on a Is to the much EXTRA MILEAGE and .This, .
the west "keep on s
r, .' Headline: "Daytona May Get Beautiful Basin." From alls street curbing. They're still make that 0
Road" and
Right Side of the >
ing doughnuts at the corner of EXTRA:'SAFETY, Goodyear: 'can: .tcohs.. rl II .
(: .reports it wouldn't hurt Miami to wash up a little either. doesn't meanjust ..when you are are act
r, 45th Street and Broadway. Flag passing another vehicle, but all the abe'ouatprleesaslowotLOWER. y'rnr ? : tread
r"0 --
-- o,3arade h
.,. pole Kelly looking exquisitely bored Gods
The nation's money stocks are reported to have reachedan atop a flagpole on COth Street. time.courteous Traffic officers but firm are in friendlyand enforc- ,than any -because Goodyear lathe I n.-.w litter Io-Weatlte;

all-time high. At least they have reached higher than we And sophisticated New Yorkers ing sane and sensible regulations. world's lara?*t tire manu IL A Aa.alab4.; "N milha
gaping at him just like the folks
can. Carelessness here Is considered a facturer. .. besfA Dsttern slip
back home would. B .
greater offense than speed and:! rA' rir ,
r --0-' 'The South Is supposed to be the ''tV, oOJ rhea
they have little patience it. W. ft
The Republicans seem to be having a hard time finding a home of good eating but it still offers The same old California booster can prov. In"f"oh"1elby .

z t, presidential candidate. Why don't they save themselves the nothing for breakfast com spirit exists everywhere folks out footprint vfrfonc* --lIrel!
to the toasted
parable English
here are proud of their state and
ati trouble? muffin that can be had In any the tourist Is urged to visit Innumerable Come in and see tread footprints '

o Gotham, greasy-spoon. You can points of Interest. While we'vemadefromCoodyear"t.-3" .

It be true that misery loves and judging get your blood pressure tested for there Is still'a certain amount of
f 1\ may company, ten cents, see the flea circus and between the northern ant All-Weather Tires on the cars of

"':. by the way they complain sometimes, company must love play checkers with an expert for jealousy southern part of the state It is your friends and neighbore.'Yt'sfirsthand
II"" misery. a dime a throw all In the same
,& more of a family quarrel they evidence that this
amusement Man with
place. a all unite In boosting California as
}: ;/1, sign: "Boycott German Olympic a state and'urge you to see It all, great tire will give you
If Huey Long thinks he Florida politically it's w fL460MYaNolO.a j
I can carry Games. I spent ten months in a t1 Mar
should cultivate.
a spirit Florida t.erer
.h I pretty good proof that he hasn't visited this state in a good, Nazi Jail. But nobody on the ""I lov you,California",but I'm 4$#,LONGER. NON-SKID: MILUOE'atno xtrmcottl" T'siM.; : aa Ns a. "

.. long time. street seemed to care one way or married tot:,Florida and since my "- t
the other.. Radio City represent 0.W.C.ekaleLs.
swe.tia'has4by far the best disposition

:; ,! Mr, Hoover hasn't denounced o anything in several weeks. man's usefulness crowning and beauty.effort to but combine they she Is a''bit III'flat stick cheated to her along even aide If ,I HERE'S: : PROOF: OF REAL ECONOMY:[' : ;dU.N.C.

still have flies In the restaurantsthere.
;i.;;1'; Don't tell us he's starting in to damn the Administration with of her western S _-.sister BEFOOLEDttr

faint praise. They're building a new tunnel Acrobatic flying, In which air- GOODYEAR ... GOODYEARSPEEIWAY' by etkk discounts! item
under East but New
the River
o men violated the air commerce youcsfleIisGeedrr't
''I ; '. Now it is announced that beer kills germs. Most men Yorkers knew nothing about it until regulations cost twenty-three pilots PATHFIPtlERlae I : : '' ; ideenalfbe ,popular' -
i they saw it in the news reels. world's snort
knew if they waited long enough they would find an excuse The new skyway Into town takes their lives In the last six .... for Just M lltd'
' months of 1934. S Goodyear One of.the -- .
for it. $
: drinking never; a25 quail ty-e.Uttire 70 world', lua-"

,_, o Carbon forma only four one- within estselllnttires.

:I' A Hollywood chemist wants to freeze a man if it can be the'feeds proprietor his performers of the flee by letting circus earth's hundredths whole.Everybody of. one per cent of the 1111\' 'r.scla'Centertrac' all 'J:'IJlIL quallt. .Alltures. ... 'MULE IIApANTEE

'''I( ;I I done legally. We'd just as soon be frozen to death illegally them nibble on his arm-or you CL tion safety OL .Tough OA Goodyear TIr.. "fecu ln C
can volunteer to feed them if you Welcome." So few people tn.d-bbneut x! ,, new rubber. read JaJadee'' sad
: as any other way.According WIllI L..... protectloa Ia. Goodyear boOt _
WIllI writing.UK
I feel generous. The Willow Cafeteria on the new 8th Avenue Subway ...... AL..W -to
I .A"MWtpIJ.. and
i:: o at Sheridan Square seems to that It's underground caverns look guaranteed..

);; to the Titusville Star-Advocate, when the I be a retreat for the girls who delight spooky. Not aa spooky as the Wall ""21 4JS-21 4.W-M 4M-U' .....] 45.1. AS YOI PAY

!a; groom leads his bride into their new.home he says: "Dear, is to dress up in men's clothingand Street section late at night, how 'I.05C.G5 !! Cash rrlc-eLsr S .20. tg.e8
. the boys who vice versa. A ever. If 'yoU"dare to lift your 57: .r Slice 5-70 .
7$ this hut enough for you 7"Jl' meal there is guaranteed to take t voice you'oaA hear an echo bounce In Proper MenRegister"' .

o your appetite unless you've an extraordinarily ;- right back at you. 510

1.Jl' Wall paper is coming back into fashion. That means a strong.stomach. Police Why should Senators and Rep- LITTLE A
are necessary, to keep the resentatlvea'fuss about Washington
lot of sleepless nights if they cover bedroom walls with the crowds moving who stand at the heat T Both houses are air- Ii.U

r! things they used to use. windows and stare at the monkeyshines cooled, an Ideal place for a vaca J .... .
" Inside. tion. Anything that comes out'of t ?
.' Lamb chops are more expensiveand Congress can be understood after
The Ocala Banner says that the mosquitoes have landed are considered more of a delicacy seeing the confusion In the House.

{ I and have the situation well in hand. No section of the state on menus than chicken. Perhaps The Senate was calmer, but the Motor ,Co.

., seems to be escaping this pest. The fellow who is going to It's because no one in New reason might have been that so
York knows how to fry a chicken. few Senators were there. Huey
run for governor on a mosquito eradication platform might' Sign on 125th: Street dance hall: Long was absent so,we asked for r),
,; not be so dumb at"that.. "Most Exclusive Spot In Town. our money back. .

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