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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 30, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[REAL ESTATE, I OBSERVED LAST HOLIDAY THIS 'WEEK- I HIGH SCHOOL TO OPEN >MONDAY; ALMOST HEAVY REACH RAINS"TOO MUCH BOARD ADOPTS RUSH TO j


NO TIME OFF FOR OF A GOOD THING"

CONTINUESJJBEAOWE. LABOR DAY FEW CHANGES IN FACULTY STACK PERMANENT FILE PROJECTS

Yesterday marked the end'ot The danger of getting too muchof

summer half-holidays for Starke a good thing seemed Imminent t.4

o merchants. The time to end Thursday Teachers Have Hopes I Griffis Expects Attendance here as heavy rains continued almost BUDGETCounty BEFORE CLOSE i

closing is more or less determ- dally during the past week
ined by the opening of high school Of Ten Per Cent To Sjurpass and water began standing in

and since for the past several Salary Raise Last Y ritr's ditches and ponds that had long Clinic Gels Local !WPA; Send Off jl
Bank Liquidators \ years school has started on the been dry. The heaviest August

Sev- first Monday in September, half- I -4 rainfall In many years has been Largest New Ap Golf Course And {t' ll
Announce There have been a few changes Expressing the belief that attendance
holidays have ended with the last reported in the Jacksonville dis
in the list of Bradford County at the County propriationMOST Ball Park Plans.. >
eral Sates Thursday in August., Bradford trict and it is believed that the ,\\6."
High School teachers since the appointments High School here ;fcwlll surpass -
Labor celebrated condition prevails beretMany '
Day, widely in same ?
were first announced even the 918 students who were enrolled tfjf
have FUNDS REMAIN ARMORY AND SCHOOLS
other parts of the Monday strawberry plants
ARE country
ALl, TRANSACTIONS BEFOR CASII will\ be unobserved here as following the March meeting of last year A J. Grtffis, superintendent been set where farmers bad their ABOUT TilE SAME SIZE APPROVED BY STATE l|'I|
the Board of Public Instruction of Instruction
TO public
SAID .
usul. ''y land already made up but In cases
for '-L41.c .... Appointments have been,made to and L. A. Gray, principal, where the land was not made> up Bradford County Commissioners With September 12 set by Presl"M
local agent +
H. F. Demorest, -, fill vacancies caused by the resignations yesterday announced plans for the It Is now too wet to plow. last week adopted a permanent dent Roosevelt as the dead-line for : ,
I liquidators of the Bradford County MERCHANTSIn of Mrs. Jessie Lee La- opening of school here Monday.A. budget for 1935-36 with few submitting WPA projects to !1:

$BOk' this week announced the zenby and Miss Isabel Fernandez. Z. Adkins a.nleJt i Judge of the I changes from the temporary budget Washington three new proposals)

the Gasklna property on Miss Fernandez will teach this Eighth Judicial Clriult will make TWO CHARGEDWith published two weeks ago. Tho left the local office this week to :'.+h j

Edison! Avenue to Freeman Rey- Muddle year at Gonzalez In Escambla the main address at the opening new budget, as compared with start their search for approval instate

Itr! local! garage owner. The County. exercise to be held In the school last year', shows an Increase from$11.683,1SO and national administration i y yheadquarters
considered among theE5desirable The three teachers who have auditorium at 9-30: o'clock. Because : to $13.709 in appropriations \

, In Starke. consists OVER NEW TAX been added since the announcement of his long, residence her., under the general fund. The The three new projects were) a '"

It a two-story frame house OIL, 'I In :Marcia are H. C. Howard Judge Adklns; has been asked to : fine and forfeiture fund, however; nine-hole golf course and a baseball 1.

aid block of land. It. is In, the a member of last year's faculty, discuss Bradford; County schools SELLING, LIQUOR shows a cut from $8U9.09 to $7- park for Starke and a recreational

tau' of Starke, being"Just one SOME'. PAY" ALL-OTHERS Mrs. Dell Dowllng and :Mrs. Bryant '"past, present and,future," Mr 447.SO. Appropriation for road field at Lawtey. SeveralY.

Mock from the business dietrlct.The WATCH AND Beasley. This year's faculty Gray said. All local ministers and bridge maintenance was cut other projects, not yet far enough; M\;

amount of money Involved into 'WAIT totals twenty-nine teachers, one have also been Invited to be pres- STATE SUPERVISORS from $9,600 to $7.333.75. Figures advanced to announce, are being a.

settlement was not announced.Three more than last year. TESTIFY AGAINST for the road and bridge Interest prepared at the office here and ]rG

other sales of bank prop- Florida's new "chain store" law The teachers and their assign- ent.Only two new courses will be LOCAL MEN and sinking fund were not budgeted will be submitted before the dead. f1f

erty in recent weeks were named was in a more muddled status ments, as announced this week are added to the curriculum this year, In 1934-35 and so were not avail line. ':;

by )lr. Demorest. They were: than ever this week and Starke as follows: Mr. Gray said ,'They are "Home Upon information filed by Assistant able. The new budget sets aside Approved By Stale :

Purchase of the old Sydboten business meat seemed to be just as Leon, A. Gray, principal; Harry Science' and "Introduction to State's Attorney A. S.' $110,69061 for this purpose. I Bradford County projects that f.! :

home on Cherry Street by Mrs: M. uncertain over whether to comply I J. Benson, commercial; Mrs. Myrtice Business which will be offered In Crews, Sheriff W. J, Epperson Most notable addition to the have been approved by the Florida J :

u. McGee, of Sebring. Mrs. .McGee with the occupational license partof Carpenter, history, sociology, the Commercial Department. Lat- Saturday served warrants on Al- general fund was $600 for the operation WPA and sent to Washington for'J''

1 Is a sister of O. A., Andreu. of the law and Ignore the gross receipts I. dean of girls; Mrs. Myrwln Long, in will be made, an elective subject bert Hartman and fiance Andrews of a county clinic and $2PO final approval and allocation of '

Starke, and she will move Into her provision, or to pay. neither, ,English, library; Bryant BeaaleY'1 in the\Eighth Grade. charging them with "selling liquor for All-Florida advertising cam- funds are:
new home at an early date. or both. science, manual training; The principal{ said that the home without license and in county voting paign fund. Appropriation for Starke Improvements to

Three lots on South Street, Just Out of a group of representative Howard, Spanish, mathematicsand room period wouj't be slightly against sale of liquor" pay and mileage allowance for Thompson Jefferson and Adams

nut of the home belonging to the' business men questioned her this coach; Mrs. Dell ,Dowllng lengthened this {*ar to give time Both men were released upon county commissioners waa Increased Streets Federal funds, $11,092

lits Mrs E. F.. Johns have week four stated they had paid Latin, Junior-high science; Mrs. for a "character training pro- posting $50O bond. Their cases from $900 to $1,000. Other increases sponsor's contribution, $4,936.

old to Mrs L. A. Rennolds. been.I' neither ,the license nor the gross Bynum Perkins, Eighth Grade and gram" which ht..intends to stress will be tried In the fall term of are! Insanity Inquiries! Starke-Construction of a State tg

Bali of a forty-acre farm receipts tax; two said they had biology; :Mrs. Eva Anderson, not only in the ,class room but circuit court. i from 1180 to $200; Coroner's Inquests Armory Building for Headquarh'p

Hellbronn Springs to Dr. R. P. paid both; while two others had Eighth Grade and algebra; Mrs. also on the playground. State witnesses upon whose testimony from $200 to $250; Repairs tern Company, Second Battalion 4'

Taylor of Jacksonville, was also paid the license but not the gross Verna Demorest, Seventh Grade Bradford's. allotment of free the information was filed, to court house from, $100 to $300; 124th Infantry Florida National

mnounced. Up until time of thenle receipts. The majority opinion and Industrial Geography; Miss text books for all grades have ar- were James H. Sweeney, Jr., and: repairs to county jail from $ISO to Guard Building to be 70 feet by

this place had been occupiedby seemed to be to "lay low and see Hazel Middleton, Seventh Grade rived and are ready for distribution G. H. Pennlngton, supervisors with $100; Janitors and other attend- 86 feet; two-story brick veneer.

R. U, Parmenter. how it comes out. and English; Mrs. Mabel Wall Mr. Grlffls said. This Is the the State Beverage Department ants from $390 to $420; Light, and steel roof truss Law. of >

All transactions were said to be The gross receipts provision in music and high school history; first year that free .books have Sheriff Epperson said. These men fuel and.water from $400 to $450; Florida enunciate a policy of National t

cub sales, but the amount of ,tho the law has already been declared Mrs. Bryant'Beasley, typing; Mrs been offered to high school students are alleged to have purchased liquor Indexing from $150 to $200; Pauper Guard housing to be provided tea

Kttlements was not named.. unconstitutional and a number of L. A. Gray, assistant commercial whose books cost on an average from the two men named. allowances from $1000 to $2- by the community in which ;,r

suits are now in. the courts attacking subjects and secretary. of $8.82 per nwpiL How ... 000; Stationery and printing from the National Guard units are :

ALEXANDEROPENS the law in its entirety.To Teachers in the elementary ever, in later years the cost to the CMTC BOYS $150{ to $200. The amount reserved maintained. Stark Is unable to

make business men even grades are: Miss Rosalind Jacobs, state will be less because the booksare for contingencies was cut- from provide such quarters. Federal

'STORE more cagy Attorney General Cary 6th; Miss Edna Strickland, 6th; recalled at the end of each HAVE BUSY DAY $721{ .50 to $547.50. funds, $18,832; sponsor's cO trlbu-

D. Landis has given it as his opinion Miss Eunice Perkins, 6th; Mrs term and used In the succeedingyear Under the fins and forfeiture tlon $4,000. )

NEWEST ADDITION TO that the money cannot be legally Pearl G.. Shuman, 6th; Mrs. Edna after being patched and fu PLACE STAMP OF APPROVALON fund the following cuts were Starke-To employ a librarian W

,: GROWING BUSINESS refunded after It has once Hart, 4th; Miss Ernestine Bud- migated.Mr. "GEORGIA made: County judge's cost bills In for the public library. This will y
SECTION, been paid Into the treasury evenif dington, 4th; Mrs. Grace Wainwright Grlffls' again urged that all PEACHES'A criminal cases from $800 to $600; provide work for relief clients and, {?;

the law is declared unconstitu- 3rd; Miss Lucile Edwards, students return, the.,. ,books that Reserved for contingencies from I will make possible the dally use ,,
.This morning '(Friday) saw the ttonaU. o: '!o() nc 3rd: Mrs. Evelyn Rltcb, 2nd; Miss were used by them ta the preceding busy life Is being led by Brad- $35464 to $13760; County prosecuting of the public library by the peopleof
oPening of' the newest addltBnTtojtuk ] Madal- Only in this way will\ ford County's five representativesIn Federal funds J
In advising State Comptroller J. Kitty Hogsed: 2nd; Miss year. attorney conviction fees this community.
< 'i growing business district, his under 2nd Miss Madge Mid- there be enough books to go the C. M. T. C. at Ft. Screven, $792 sponsor's contribution, $50. ,,-
M. Lee regarding duty Ine Hazen, ; receivedby from $750 to $500; Pay to jurors ; yStarke
when Alexander &: Company openIII the law, Landis said that the Court dleton 1st; Miss Hazel Adkins, around, the superintendent said. Ga., according to a letter In criminal cases, county and justice -, -Application provides for ;
week from
bulldtn this
Its doors In the new Green not "re- 1st (beginners the Telegraph the demolition of the negro school t
attacks upon the law do 1st; Miss Ruby Lilly and Pink Davis, two peace courts from $400 to '
| block. lieve you of your duty in collect- ) ; Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, 1st. 'Ronald Pitts soldiers.A $300. Sheriff's and deputies' cost building In this city and the erectlon -
"i U B. Alexander, popular Waldo ing" the taxes, except as enjoined Teachers this year will begin the MORE BOYS of the budding young described by bills in criminal cases were Increased of a new modern eight room ,'

merchant with many years experience by the courts. term with prospects of a ten per I typical day, as follows I from $354,65 to $500; Bai building with proper facllltes on 1
In the mercantile business, Is 1, When collections are made Lan- cent raise over last year's salaries I these young men, as as : liff's pity for attendance on crim- the site of the present building- ,i.

(to owner of the new store, which dla said, they must be certified to if the state Is able to give the Leave County 5:45: a. m. reveille.la allowed. After to reveille wash inal court was Increased from Federal funds, $11,542;, sponsor's) ::f
till be managed by C. H. Crump- About $39,000 already as much money as It fifteen minutes contribution, 1140.
the treasury. school system "00 to $200.
the
r collected from merchants has promised, Supt. Grlffls said. : up for breakfast (probably Brooker-Build an addition 'of i{
CCC CAMPS where time is wasted The widow's pension fund remained
% Mr. Alexander says there la not subject to the tax has been held However, school finances remain FOR only place any the same with two class rooms to the Brooker :
After breakfast practically
the )
old In his store, during day '
III of
Instal-
piece goods reason of Public School, including the
doubt
office pendingsome In by
In the comptroller's somewhat reserved for this -
$1,44147 purpose
until 7:30: Is occupied by policing .
been
nvrything having purchased the graduated latlon of additional plumbing. Fed r
it could
ruling on whether court attacks on In 1934-35 compared with
MW for the Starke opening and be be returned if the law is held in occupational and gross receiptstax FOURTEEN WHITE AND up grounds, making up 2280 for 1933-36.! eral funds. $4,528; sponsor's eon ''f"

taivtes people of ,this section. tory valid., law which the legislature es- FIFTEEN COLORED I bunks and sweeping out barrack.'j $1,4 trlbutton, $730. :, ,

him a visit 1 Occupational licenses under the timated would produce some $4- ENLISTEDAn I At 7:30 comes exercises.fifteen The remain- County-To provide work and ;1t
for one for the state aid setting up LAWTEYJUNIOR training for women relief clients) .v
JI. 8StrOde to New York law, ranging.00 from for 910 each store 000,000 fund.annually additional enlistment if der of the day Is occupied with In producing various useful art!.. ),v
school
to $
store up order drill and lectures, dinner -
HIGH
Friends here of'Miss Pauline were fourteen white boys and fifteen I close ales such as garments, comforts :Y"household
in chains of sixteen or more, the state fund, appor-
Last year athletic period, regimental pa-:
Bradford County last eto. Work to b* r,
Strode will be Interested to learn colored left goods,
due July 1 and became delinquentJuly tioned to the counties on a basis rade, call to quarters, tapsand DEFEATS BROOKER AT l'
Con- supper <
\that to join the Civilian done at Starke, Hampton. Lawtey,
the has resigned as social seethe A graduated tax on totaled $5,500,000.The Saturday .
15. of teacher units, of flf.tytwo a check by officers at 11 DIAMOND BALL- smalltowns ''
director County servation Corps A group Brooker, Theressa and other
for the Clay from to
one- this
ranging raised ell
gross receipts? 1935 Leglalaure Satur- o'clock to see that all men are GOOD GAME Federaltlfunda :!
left here
VERA to accept a position as dIrector half of one per cent on one store $10,500,000 annually for the next white boys safely tucked In bed.. In this county.
\
of vocational guidance At up to five per cent on companies two years, but some of the sources day, Aug. 17 to join the conserva-total of The boys report that" the second The Lawtey Junior High boy'sand $3 ,092. No...._contribution -
!he Wadleigh High School In New operating sixteen or 'more stores, of revenue it provided were described tion workers, making a Saturday In camp they enjoyed girl's diamond ball teams went m '1

York City. At one time Miss was due August 1, on business dur- by school leaders as eighty-one men, white and colored, a beach party at which "Geor over to Brooker Friday and madea GRAY TO START

Strode was engaged in: ,"UareII'Ork ing' July. This tax became delinquent "doubtful and Indefinite." to enlist from here during the past gia peaches" from Savannah, Ty- very satisfactory showing The WORKING

in Starke.: She aa. also August IS*,' If funds are available elemen- two weeks. enlisted bee and Ft Screven helped enter team showed much improvement. ,
erred one year abroad In orphan- No arrest has been'made at his tary teachers will get 975 per The white men who tain. The boys ran away with their affair STATE FARM ROAD ,

ace work with the Near East Relief direction, the comptroller said, for month, high school teachers $100, were: Rowell Prevatt, John' Waters Rivers, Boys rrom'here at. the camp .by the score of 137. They took AT THIS ENDMONDAY
in Russia, Turkey and Greece. the teacher Raymond Ward, Percy an early lead and a couple of '
dolna.bu.lJ1n.: without paying principal 9250, commercial [ Joe Sweat. Earl ,are: Set; Wilson Hayes. Corp. Ron- : J. ul
'I" occupational license. and the gross $105 and coach $125. Teachers Marton Griffin, StarlingIvy aid Pitta, and PrIVate. J- B. Shoos. loose Innings prevented them from

1 J' Green's Office: Open :receipt tax.,, in all other county schools, both Parmenter. Clarence Aadrew StadIDC.WaIteI' I'Hancel Dampter and Pmk'Darts.clerk's .: swamping the home team. All han Although heavy rains have given r

'-' H''''' white an dcotored will receive a i James Swllley, .- .' they played, a fine ..ame, the L. M. Gray Construction Com
Congressman this Woodrow i ,
R 'A.. Green Jones, Carl COM, '
;
; cent .raise. [ The girls also took an early lead pany considerable trouble In lay j
Mk JUDY.cANoVA ten
announced that hi.*Washlng- per Hinson and Parnell'-Tyson. I Office Busy the rock foundation on the .l
-- and It looked for while as If they mug
Ilia a
office would be;: during were: Henry +
1IIe open AT SOON Townsend The colored boy I A. J. Thomas, clerk of the circuit had the game sewed up, but a late State Farm Road, the base Is now" dr
mceas of and Claude My
Congress sus- Smith $
Fred
Vested Canady, court, reports that even with Brooker rally overtook them bya complete from the prison to Hell-
that all matters addressed Johnson,
to him there STARKE SINGER APPEARSIN The Townsend Revolving Pension ers Willie Moore, Louis Sam extra help, his office force has 9.7 score The game was limit bronn Springs .
will be ban. Miller,
died. His promptly has MUSICAL .Club will meet at the Court Daniel Bright Henry DeWItt been working at top speed during ed to live innings, 'Th* company will begin Monday i
Washington office McBride, Charlie. Powell, A and rock at this G
FILMStarke's September the past few weeks. large unloading laying
been open day, except Buny house, Monday night Bell Charlie Brooker will go to Lawtey to '
every ; ti
William consumedIn road. The vacant lot at ,
who Is Williams. amount of time has been end of the ]
since he has been a member own Judy Canova, pop- 2, at 8 p. m Everybody making the Franklin Robert Tyson George looking up delinquent taxes,, play next Friday Lawtey Is favored the corner of Walnut and' Tenth
Congress in order to better comedy at all interested in Cox. to win on their home diamond.
'musical Raleigh
'' 'ular radio and without meansto Goodwlne and Mr Thomas said, and from the Streets ha been rented for the)
arts the needs of his constituents.Correction but important "old folks" who are that the white .
makes a brief It Is understood her*.'
singer the bare necessities number of inquiries his office Is us* of the company
Callente provide even the camp at school Is now sportIng '
"In sent to
.In will be The Lawtey :
appearance providing boys along this line, tax payments -
receiving
the musical film which comes to of life, happy by necessary to Townsend Tenn., but it could not should begin to pick up la a couple of new diamond balls Prospects For Road 28'
for a them with everything the colored enlistment around the The
bat
In last Theatre Sunday learned where and a campus.
the Rita be
week's it was short time
te thl Florida Guides As- two-day and help 0 .11 -
i.
and others In the and happy, will come i diamond ball star to lay be completed from Shell Bluff to is
"elation Del Rio
i. Inc., wished to get con- Delores i over that will give Use More Gasoline si1
this plan Christmas according
iirol of a Bradford lake cast include Pat O'Brien and put and MarriagesFigures hand off the customary sponge Bunnell by ,
hat County Farrell. to our country a happy prosperous Gasoline 'buyers In Bradford rubber ball,' rag balls, brick bats, to an announcement In a recent tn-r:
; might be closed for the use of Glenda where poverty an 1 reelased this week by New.'
IlleIQber8 Is well-known hers, people burned almost 8,000 more etc. sue of the Palatka Daily
of I Miss Canova all Statisticsshowed County
the for
organization only. banished of Vital '
crime have been the Bureau The stretch la the last to be built :
i much of her early in July than in June, figure
was a mistakes The assoclallke herring spent In Bradford County gallons
that
.lion would re-stock a !! life in Starke. In recent years time. H. Young Pres. there were 163 marriages released by the state Department Mission! Hall In the Bunnell-Lak City Short" (
ll'lUa aisctuding'Jhelr and sister H. during 1934 show. Last Rout to the East: Coast and ,Its ;<
brothers' Agriculture 4
nah of
and her and annul -
and I have it closed to. she divorce no
members Leo. Pete and Anna, have made a twelve entire state there month's total was '1 ,160 gallonsas ,The usual Bible Study on Tuesday completion I I. .expected to materially ..
'a certain for themselves 'on the radio County Judge's CourtA leDu..ba the cent compared with 70.541 gallons evening was well attended and incroaa* tourist. traffic '
period of time. name almosttwentyfive per
1w the vaudeville, stage. Last we1'e' there were In June The use of kerosene, however the lesson was given from Ecclesiastes : through fltark. .1
and County '
of
divorces.as t
brief session 'as many Loosed Ji';
of "The !
from
somewhat showed slight decline 12th chapter;
a
s Court House"Plans season they created the Judge's Court was held here this marriages with 23.751 couples getting the Broken Vessels." Field Work 'i
At a sensation on Broadway In following cases disposed << tied and 4,842 getting untied. 5,617 gallons to 5,601 gallons Cord and ,,Doing s
a< a recent meeting the Board revue, "Calling All Stars." Starke week and the Washington colored also showed six Several out of town visitors were 0.'C.' Register, work progress) "I

Bounty Commlaaioners autbor- audiences will look forward to seeing of: George to petit larceny The from figures cancer in this county Teachers To MeetThe present Mrs. C. A Rowand, -of director with the local FERA. baa ;'t 1

oooq Hadley Nordstrum. a St. Judy In this new film. pleaded guilty sentenced to sixty deaths the past year., Four of the Bradford County Teachers' Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Dan been sent Into several South Florida Ifi!
PBtel'lburg
Viae" turn of architects; to ,Coming to the Rita next Tuesday and was Mitchell and Dave during were white and two were Association will hold a meeting at Bore and children of Jackson counties to do field eneJa..r.IIC *' ;;.;
'
Frank fatalities
:: plans and specifications for and Wednesday is that Loveable days. colored pleaded The total for the state Starke High School building ville. Mr Bore and son sang two \ work for several weeks. During :;:1"-.

........t Proposed house addition-to county. old lady. May Robaon In her Chambers to,petit both larceny and were was negroes.1,323 deaths. the Friday afternoon Sept. 8, at 3o'clock. numbers as a special contribution his absence* work at the office .., :1.:.
here. AlL" guilty to the will be carried on under
meeting. here
new film, "Strangers to forty-five day. Wash .. All teachers of the coun-
On Thursday and Friday of next sentenced Chambers colored, was found not Baptist ChurchThe ty are asked to he present. Plans are being made for a spaMal the direction of E. C. Long.e ., r'\,.".
will .
,, Barbs Conner Farm week Wheeler and ,Woolsey larceny. Everett service by the young people in -
of Pen-
petit of
in "The Nit guilty Rev. J, J. Johnson for this as There are 637,357 women Uachj
T- Strickland' the screen of manufacturing has led all the states the near future watch
of ; occupy found guilty Kentucky
rePurchased -
aatly; the WR Tampa, Con-' Wits. their latest bit of foolishness fast-- Crews was intoxicating liquor. but any Farms, will preach morning at the at Baptist 11- In tobacco production ever sine [ you wilt want to see and hear ers and 138.810 men teacher. la ,;
farrra said to combine Church Sunday them. the United Stac- \:
Is
which passed
lITo. of sixty acre near Wa- : sentence has not ;yet been the Civil War.

!be WUIlOI1 II. The sale was made through stepping music with spine-tingling by Judge E. K. Ferryman. O'clock. i

Realty' Corp' thrills.

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ductive And Most Progressive Sections
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3 State And I Am Glad To Be Able To Do My (arge. Line Children's ,1"4+.

Part: In Building It Up To A Greater Future. I PLAY SUITS. &. BOYS .PANTS'

Have Behind Me Years Of Merchandising Experience '
GIRLS SCHOOL DRESSES
,.a Which Will Enable Me To Give This .

; Section Something New In The Way Of QualThe' Largest Line of TOWELS, TABLE-

.r,., ity And Value. I Appreciate Your Business{ COVERS' TABLE. ;. DAMASK. In Bradford...

."N. And Will See To It That You Are Never Disappointed County.
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At Alexander's. TOWELS' . IOe.
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':\!..'. -L.B.ALEXANDER. j' To 59c
.1' Starched-Collar Sma I 'HA.iSt h!
Son Collar Comfort-Minui.the WHnklet! \
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,,11 WE HAVE EXCLUSIVE AGENCY GINGHAMS I .SILK'CREPES I :
f.;' Its always smooth and firni and it. sneers'. at the
. '' laundry In fact'you: don't have..to send these ,
:: SHOES : .
{I of FRIENDLY FIVE (Listen, did you,know shirts to the laundry-It'l so'easy to do'tiem at
j FOR MEN they are coming back COLORS home.It is the greatest development in NO-FADE
IN FALL
Shirts,in the generation.
".1 SI-EN-TIFICK SHOES for ladies made by an exclusive man with a'Bang). past
1 1.25 VALUE 79C'' Choose''from a brilliant variety novelty halt
; ufacturer of Ladies Footwear To Retail'at 3.95 and 4.95. : ofI
fancy,stripes or.fine count white blue broadcloth
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'7. In Latest Fall Styles Look These. Patterns One Lot Of *.
r y WidthsAAAtoD-.Sizes3'sto9's (Over CHAMBRAYPLAIN 98c35c
.PRICE. 1.95. 1.59
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'le'it"\ VALUEBEDSPREADS. ".' 1;29c & .. .
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OTHER, 'SHIRT SPECIALS
COLORS ,
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Made By One of Largest
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! OXFQRDSPUMPS SHEETS 65c
LADIES' 15c VALUE lOc AND COLORS JL
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FALL SHOES 10 -4 SHEETING GORGUSRingless 1000YARDS OF,PIECE GOODS
Guaranteed Fast Colors
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TICKING Stockings'.
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1-95 Both Feather&'Mattress Made By One of BRILLIANT. lieWashington
PATTERNS id. ., ._,
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Manufacturing Co.'s;
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CHILDRENS For This. Line
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a" We Are.Agents for Reg.DRESS.OXFORDS 2.60 ANKLETS Priced From'_._ 59c \ 'WORk' '

Red Goose School To 3.00 $1.98LARGE Regular retail price' /To; ; $2.00 98c
\\I, SHOESWOMEN'S Values-_ .. 25c.,'- P ANT S'. .
t LINE Friday & Saturday ,CARRIED IN-: ..
15c ALL SIZES WORK :
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98c b 'THESE PRICES" 'BE
and MEN'S I. FALL W, LL.NOT
. HOUSE Come and Investigate HOSIERY" ,DUPLICATED,FOR'A:. ;LONG
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FLORiDA .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAMI. .__ .. -- -- --
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\CGtJST so _ _ ._- -- --.- ---- -, --- -- .- -.- u Plnlntlff and Clara !! ecktng- tit
_.n.\\', ; =...-----=- son, Woodrow were visiting her (I Defendant and the relief prayed forte

EVERGREEN SAXTON VANDERBILT I sinter, Mrs. Bessie Pinholater who a divorce; and It appearlnatbat..

M.... T. A. H_l>.._CoT_...<..t M .. w. A. Ta.... Cf>rr.. .....< >lli.. Ikrlnrlx KtimdKVrortk. ('o.. is sick In St. Petersburg last the Defendant's. Ave, Cnlumbun residence, Georgia I la 114Knerhardt ,,

Mr. and Mrs. W. I*. Armstrongand A large c, ;.d.trom here at- Mr. and Mrs.:-:T.-T. Newman of week.very on.that yearn she )I., and over that the there 5s of III I twenty-no per.' '

children, Mr: and Mrs. J. H. :ended the Church of God Convenion Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and A large crowd from this section ann or persons In t I.. Mtate of F uponwhom 101'-

Reynolds and daughter, of Dover, ; at Lake City, Sunday. Mrs. Russell Norman Wednesday attended the sing at Mr. T. N. Ida the would eervlre personally of process bind auldpDfendant. :

were visiting their slater, Mrs.: R. Mrs. W. R. Swanbom was shop- afternoon.Mrs. Norman' home last Friday night. .

In Starke Friday.Mr. IT tll! TtlKHRPORH ORPFinKR
S. Rosier, Tuesday. >lng returned to
F. M. Norman that said Defendant IK hereby required
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders and and Mrs Jerry Wilson spent her home here Monday after Personal forrrapundrnre should to appear In sell oaueeon> -

children, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene For. Sunday with her parents, Mr. and spending several days with bee bespeak your tndlt'Idiiallty. Se! > our or lass before! eth e the rwi.3ml. the day i\ll of..iratlon Heptemtwir.:.* or 'U

sythe. Mrs.: Maggie Forsyte and tfrs. Lum Johns; son, O. C. Norman of :Malone. atunplna. Bradford County Tele aid Mill of Complaint will Pro ha taken Con-. ,'

.... all of Jacksonville business A. Edwards and an confessed and a Decree
daughter, Luclle O. T. Nesonmade a I Mr. and Mrs. A. graph. fesoo entered avalnnt her.

, Kia Lan" SID. ""That. won't be enough. I lei spent Sunday with JB. E. Rosier I rip to Jacksonville last week-end. children Harry and Marts, and IT la FUHTHKH OllOKRED;: each that.

, TJIfI ett'amer Hong KOng your staff come aboard without and Mrs.: J. S. Rosier Mrs.: W. A. Tyler spent Friday Miss Carra Belle Norman spent IN THH NAMF OF TUB TAT1BOr :\ thin order for four be ronaeoutlve published ones weeka-ln

' re-bOund ,'GaAkeD rom In '"onicerriro being searched. Now, I'll have tc Paul Glover returned to his afternoon visiting Mrs John Kin- the week-end In Jacksonville with FIOKIOA., whna. To residence OUAUA I.8K<1>KIN'OKU 14Kberhnrdt -, the week Itradford County Televraph sieneral, ft p4 4} 'g

IC-ptaln ,\lan a gold ..bipuflt.nd collect myself whatever weapons home' In Fort Pierce Monday. aw of Stark friends and relatives. "'".., Columbus, O Bill nr.la.. of newspaper circulation I published In Bradford and or County
by sworn -
,.and. been taken they have. Mrs. R. S. Roster and daughters Remember preaching services Mr. F. )L NormaD'and daugh. Complaint It anuvarlnsr heretofore filed In that Plnrlda. .
have 251$ :
of July,
pret'.8utlon. The first tiourauied : May: I speak to you privately? and J. Q. Rosier attended the funeral lere at the Church of God next tel'. Miss Mattle, Miss Debris I certain ..au... now Judicial pendlna; Circuit In the Thin the A. J.301 THOMAS h rtRv -' -

agaIHt plratf'll. tWO ..nen.t1LIna she entreated. of Mrs. Ro ler'. father, W..l. Sunday morning and night. Bloodsworth. Lucian and Woodrow' Circuit JTIorlda Court Bradford Seth County, In Clerk Circuit Court. it:
by ...__. \ of s
Mr. .
hei Alvares. .
!lie .. baa been Cap- "Surely, and he followed at Pine Grove, near n.va.-fl.S l Miss Ruth Chancery. wherein .1. B. Wecklnster, la .lIt.-IO "U ;'
who Reynolds, .
Doll a outside his cabin. She looked Emery Johns and Mr.: and Mrs -
for
GukeU'0 '"Playmate" Bar- around to make sure no one would Madison, August 19. llAlflPTON Russell Norman attended the Sing NOTICE 1hNotice

'\lID wnherot yealllt sad whom Sybil be had overhear her, and. spoke. Jn a low Jack Howe returned to his homeIn ..... Aim NlMMt, C.rrM. ...*..t Ing Convention In Gainesville Sunday C

J' widow wltb husband voice. Lawtey Thursday after spending Mrs. Ira Brown.-who has been I. hereby al"." that the following described lands. Tir herein ao. muchthereof eesopnoHit
r Jove wblle her I have to entrust yoc the past fourteen months hero Wallace Wilks and Loran Conner aa will be neceanarv to pay the amount due for mace..
lIIIt! CJaJJaa Doll ID.aaI" "Captain, the guest of Mrs. Nlram Wynn fo1'several with cost of inch ale and ""rll.I"'Jwill
.... yet nvlnr. MU.Chapter Y..Lan, a with something nobody else in the at the old C C C Camp, where weeks, is spending this of Gum Branch spent sat- be*sold(o the at pilbllo aame, aurtlnn toaether on the Slid day of Heptember, 1.S5, as

: Sybil and womaa..f' world but me knows My father's I he has been employed. veek with friends In Ralford. urday with Wadens and Francis Stark, the County of iiradford.Dr'uq.ripitoa .
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lh.bOrn Chlneae young CIaIDa Doll mind is practically a blank-and I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael. Mrs.: J. P. Sullivan, and the Rev. Bloodsworth. Tavea Caat
ad A
I" thrown and Carl Rosier of Mrs. Lou Lowell and niece,,Miss See. T U A OwnerT !
dirk thO"t.'t has been for years and children f. M. Taylor who have been 111 :

.'and JU8t misses ber. "The greatest brain In all China Ocala, attended church here SUn- lave many friends here who are June Manning, -of Jacksonville, NWtt A NWH of 45.tt

V .. !" interposed Gaskell, as the I day. delighted to know that their condition were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wr4: _. ... .______ I It 180 R B Robert --------

dawned I here Wednesday night W4of SIC i& NE of. _-______ ._. 41sqUt
meaning of her request is Improving.The Manning, "114 __ _____ __11 11 UO A. t.. ('r.w. ___ 111
jiss YU.LAN.S No. 1 BOY upon him. j She continued: In Memoriam Hampton Junior High Mr. and Mrs.' J. V. Edwards and of NKH.Ulv 7 19 '80 J. W. Plnholster. Jr. .

with "U anybody-but' ; me saw him- In memory of our father, W. J. School Is progressing nicely undei daughter Miss Flora of Brook- wi .'.f .NlwoBMiioWS. T 1\1\ 100 ITnknnwn '__ ______ 40 M
; straightened up at Saturday with Mr. and 4 40 Unknown __ ---.----.- 15.76Ic"
Poll to ? 11
i China to save his face be would have Reynolds who died August. the able management of Professoi er, spent E'4 A-NEiTor14 1

'IIII'Prleed: "Say .1'just. '.like not follow my No. 1 Boy. I've stood the home of his ,daughter, Mrs. Lester SponholtsTHand his corps ol t Mrs. A. A. Kdwarda. and I j1IW. &.,1'114' of 81/* ....f

fWeflt by my face between him and that=between 'Gladys Thbrnpson) In Klsslmmee efficient teachers. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Alvares .util A NWVJ of R fI\j:: .-... ci'a''rA
"Stoop- 300 H. L. John --------- n.
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"' Jamesy. ;; HVUIZ nf ttl.! ? :.U I 10
brick, said him and the world-tried to manage Fla., and was burled In Pine Grove r 10 SO Minnie A Henry Olbeon II." .
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saved
or
I bf to pet that cat your his affairs so nobody would Cemetery near Madison, August NOTICENOTICE K'1o'II.of. of $fIIm'4 W* of NW'.4-----MJc'4 .__ I C lit 30 Frank bIt Steiner.iner --_- to.I'16,1. .
; 78 Frank --- -
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; N'. of NI'I"" .. road .11
and sailors know. 19.We NW4 of 81'\4' & .11 K....
UtSeveral passengers at the knife "I see, Miss Yu-Lan. 'The tender have only your memory dear IS HKHKBY GIvEN that the followinglnd" .will be Hold .t of 5104" W of puhlloro.d
about staring from the Father Monday In September. IMS It being the tnitilay lit cIiItW!! % nftn4" 81.06
tree
the Flrnt
UOWded leaves shelter auction on' the M..J. P. Dowllna80
Bradford 70 ??
the bulk- public .t 8t, rk.. In Uran"h11 S lit
41E41il
In the Court HOUM door \ N ot Mill Co.1140
which stili quivered ordered storm," he quoted a native pro- To treasure our whole life through of caM month of 'Florida before, or BO much thereof a. will 1m necemnry to pay W4 of Kte% ..--_-_11 10 Umpire Lumber

ted Kingston excitedlY XcArdl. verb. "AIL right, you ,make the But it's sweetness will last foreverAs bounty Ihe amount, State due fnr: tHxvn set opposite the name, together with. the, oostnt nr- NW'.4 480 Empire' Lumber Co,.,_ 8.4' .
touch It. Jamesy of advertising. K\oII or AW' ____-____11 I 10
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tllat no one search." we cherish our memory yoa. such *.le and

looked In the direction from "I shalL On the graves of my Floasye A. Rosier TI"... Et4oswl4awal4Aof of sio'3 _..._.,....14 S I il \\1'7 Frank Btelner _,_. _u ,1.1'.1', h'Nt5
and saw .. .. C.. :tIC" 30 Unknown ------ -
had come See. T H A A ,. N% ot ot LCW'i-----15 I lit .. 0.85
dirk ..
which the calmly ancestors I swear it. And thank Alllene L.. Armstrong, 1).1... $ of NW\4 01 HW4 ..._..i& I lit 30 J. W. Townsend. _- -- 15.0. j
1 Boy John.
'isa yu-Lan's No. had you. Captain. Thank you." Her John H. Reynolds, Lot. 1, 4, 6 of blk 3 a. lc'of Slt'i _._______11 6 .0"0( 40 leorce George' C.C. Johns -..-,-..-.---- 11.11
his mistress .... WV __ _._____.11 10
of K
dean1ng the gun calm but In its intonation Gladys A. Thompson.BOOTSEY'S extended. o n Kn y ew'4 -
before. He voice was of SIC,, of NW\ .s 1 A h\ 1105NW'.jofNE34aNof
Town 8. Kelley _
moment Map. Original ....._ 13(6 S( D..J.J.
but a in her Ctiaa Crutcnfleld t'hurt'h13 6 .0 -
/fired approach her in the direct look eyes Stark. ______-.----28 8- M NOr Cor t..1'
patched Miss Yu-Lan her gratitude was writ large. She BEACH LK( C, 8 of le8h Original ____.__ 31.75 \ 10 110 Frank Steiner ---.-.. ''.11
and went clone. enoughf. Town of -1* 8 $3 Unknown NW'4 __ _____h__ ____II s 14River

f. 1 BoY conversation In Chinese walked down the deck and Captain Mr. E,. G..klB.. Corr...o....t Lot 5, 6, 7. 8 of Ilk 12 Fran. Ilk. 1_.._.In____New. .IS." 6 10 -.J. E.) Adklns -...-_.. '..1 2'JUv.r
the Gaskell returned to his quar Original I Town oftarke .__ 48.SOI '
SUtrnnk __ .
lilt took place between them.while The Lawtey Ballplayers met the $ ___tS 6 SI Joe 'Lot 1 Blk II In New Emll! Mitchell .-- 1.40 ,.
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ofto tera. 3. 4, 6, 7 of blkR u in'I
tat 1 2.
Ah Feng went scurrying "Quick search. ,exclaimed Jam- "Germans" on the Germany ball LIvlnKMton; Truby & 8 33 Livingston, Truby Lou II, 7. R. ----------53.$4 e l11e II S 10 B. F, Henfroen ....- ..... ,
Gaskell.
Addillun----II, New. River
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afternoon ES
Captain
fetch Yu- drUy. diamond here Sunday Co' A CoMm. --------.-- Lot 1 flak U In NewRiver _._ .... ....0 1'I
esy nenfroa
'. "Is that your knife! Miss "But effective. That's all, Me- and were defeated 12 to 7 In favor Lot" 1, 2, 5. 13:W 14 of ____h______ 23-14 s .0 F '

tan asked her servant." anawered.'Why Ardle." Jamesy took his dismissal I of the "Germans." bIle A 11.Co'L1vlnll''I"n.Addition. Tru-SS 8 33 -. ., T. 8. Williams_.., 14.OSlt. \oot II. alit__ __15___.In__*New. IS." I 10 n., Fv n.nfru. *.---- I..''

res, my lady, be walked out*/ Sybil Barclay Mrs. Bill Green of Watertown, Is by blk 11. I..Ivln.- .. Inc 1 talk 15 In NewRiver Renfroe _._._ '"al 4L.nt5
calmly and I Lot 7 of II. F. -,- -
kill ? .. .. C .0
( did you want to her., with '' Ca'a Addition ______._ .. .11-

-Pld she not 'mock :you .inatw VWM! smoklng'on.of Chlntsljtt her spending parents several Mr. and days Mrs.here R. N. cOon ...iTl... _i_..M! 8 M K.N.W.Sternber Hayen. A* _..._._ 5 .0 New' .. "iuv 4.'u 6._r 5-DIll-- --III In 33-84 -I 80 Emil Mitchell _____ 1.1', '

\ _. ._- -.;;:--".""" :... "-.... "'r; ._ __ I Crawford. 1..01. 3, 4 of b UC' i h. Llv- Lot S, 4, 8. 9, 10; 13-'n k-n 10 Emil Mitchell -.----.. It.
..3.1-14 8 ,
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P Trub & Co' 80 In New River :
Mrs. W. R. Kersey spent several InKHton Addition ...-_38 I H .- "In. W. H Miner- ?",-- 7.8S Lot. 1, 4. 8, Blk. li In Emil Mitchell _.,.- ...*
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'- 13 of ---1- LlvInirnton New River ..._.____1:1-: .. 8 10 -
last week at Gum Branch [[.ot <0'* S 8, S 5. 7, 8, I 10.
: days Truby A ; .... use Lot ,
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Mrs. H. H. -------------1$ ( It R. J. Davis *-- It. Rlk 81 In f'4ewRiver :.... 1
her daughter Addition
Mitchell
with -
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Emll -
i l.nt 10, 11 of bile ID. LlvImrMon. -I t -._..._ -__..-83H4 ( 10 ,.

.- -I'. Keene. Wllkerson and MM. Trubr. ._- ..A- -Co'sAddition ..--.18 ( 'It Mr*. L. H. UasOnan... .... 14.70 Lot 13 nik.___43_...In-___NewHlver 33-34 ( SO .- Emil Mitchell -.....-.?. 1.40 i \

Mrs. Walter [,0(.. 8, *, 10 Of bIle 13.LIvlnKfltnn Lot 8. 8. 4. S, 8, 7, I Blk Emil Mitchell _....-.. ..... .',
Son -
Joe Frlgo, of Lawtey, Mrs. Truby A 44 In New Rlv".IS-" ( 31) .
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... II 80 .
and Mrs. M. L. Co':!* Addition .. :-__--_IS 4)) 11 D. L. Sllcox -- Lot S, 4 Blk 45 In New Emit Mitchell _..__. 1.06Iots ;:',
Yarborough __ .. .. 31-34 8 10 .
Lou 8, 4. B, 8, 7. 8, D, 10, Illver ._ .
Thompson were visiting Mr. and 13 of bIle 36 LlvIniroinn S, :9. 5, 8. 7, I BIle Mitchell II*
11. Emil -----
7 Mrs. L J. Norman at Highland' Truby A Co4* ._._. I.SS 44 In New ltlv. .'. ._.13." I 30 )' 1'
Cauthen
-.J. H.
Addition --. _----_IS ( 11 Lot 1, 3, 8. 4_ A Fracl '
Sunday morning.Mr. [.ot 1 of bile 5. I.lvlna-- Lot 1'o,8'tt all Lot. 7.
Hall are sOon Truby A ('0'* '....... 1.89 8, 8. II LiCk 47In MitchellEmll ____ I..' Y
Robert
Hankerson Emil
and Mrs. Rub-division ....___.II I 11 Saul New River .__ .. 83-14 I "
receiving congratulations over the I. 4 of bIte an. tIIn..ton. ,,- All lick, SS. 88 In 'New Mitchell ... ..,.. :}
Lot. J
:
.j. fn'm River .. ...._ __..13." IB'Sw4 SO '
daugh- TrubF
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arrival of an eleven pound lIuh'lI"I..lon ___'_.._ -.ss ( It Willie Robert ____.._ '..15Lot. ot NW-* "
--- ter born. August 20. The little .. 1. a 0" E.% nf hlle $2.ZIvlngaton \ "ft W\4\ a E4 F.mplre Lumber Co..., 85,19 'I'/i
..__ .. ____.. 8 so iiso
of I.
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Jacqueline Truby u. CoOeorsra 93.pgNSV'IZ
has been named 11 ........ 4..0Lo.o 840 KmplreLumber -- .
lady me 41 Llllle Paunder* A- ___.. ___. .U I 10 1.7' '
I4b-dIVIaion. --- John _
I -' and will be caned "Jackte"Mrs. Co' ; : or NWI.(, __ ..18 e 10.0 C. --- It,
$
mba 1 of bile ; ;'; i Lumber Co..,_ 1.11
g*: "*fq4o'hte.dlvb'iohi \" t oo !Rmpire"
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,, and o'I' All .x NWW of NWW\ __. _38 C in ___.... 'k.1'
4
of Lawtey .
Hall Trnby .
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Joe 1.15 Andrew
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w-- wiTtorscrowded spend- _._.,..._-____31 1 11 Walter Cummins -"i of Al4 ___________IT 5 10" Mr.B.. Minnie PhillipsSO __.. l..nHW'4lof.IIW -
: Several 'paseengeraand Mrs. Gay of Gainesville are Lot 4 of blk 83. Llvln..ton. .- "' ''''1.of sic'4$7 I 10 40 .,

about staring at the ing several days here with Mr. and Truby &Cp'.Bub..1 .__ II.80 CWt% of. < Lumber Co...._ 179NW .:.
.,1,1..lon __ .. 8 II Charley Thomas ? __ ____u__ __ d 11 C 10.0 Empire, .
l' ( which still quivered In Mrs. T. R. Hall.' 4 of bIle U. 1.I"ln. NH: 1'11,(. of NW\oO\ .__--1.1... ,
inline
( J knife --- Lot Truhy A ('0'. $ub- % ot 11I1'1'4 ________..119 I 10 180 IT. n. Co.._ 1..1.,
14 I the bulk-head. It when fro gone More gun.won.t .ton.division t.r 1938 ta.-.I ( 11 Charley. Thomas" ..-__. 11.03 NW of NWI4 .-?, ..19. e 10 40 ajrnplr. Lumber ,
: -, -- -- II of blk 41. 1.1"- NMi of Lots S A I 8! of .... II" '
---- --- thing ( .
lot
only of Lumber
-, them. The N. 70 EmpIre -* .
stop River .. __., .80 6 10 .
Truby w -- ... 14.84
In theatnfajg :saloonT Doll's cigarettes, and exhaling they respect Is dignity and cour !Rnb-dlvlolon Ingaton ....*.---..18 1 31 Haael William. ...._...,. LIB N<4 Lot 4. 5, 8..___It I 10 ISO Emulre Lumber Co. U
here. 13. U. 14 ot bIle' E'J of N1 '4 A NRi'4 of ___ ,_ f1.4t ,
"You simpleton. So :yea slowly. age-and England's place LoU 11. "'. Ad0 -. AK< .. __ __ ._ .83 0 10 110 T M. rlteven -
.
poor cigarette.Where A Trllb) ArfW'A ---- -- .___...
i mart Increase my humiliation a "This is a gorgeous England's power can never be any I 3.It T Ion)avls to Starke .II ( 11SH L M Oray ...?...-.,... 17.8S \ ..f i IIIm ..._ _,.....aA I 10 40 W R.. Hodae. lLUij

There was pity as .do you get them? than the men who represent of Lot B, 8 A' N'It W'4 of NI\J' NWU A .
thousand fold? from ,a placeIn greater 8 A all Lot 7 exn .- W'4of5WlNWofMEl _. 14III-
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'wen m tier voice.' The "Alan orders them her-" of l0ftofhtkA.7.3.: !:\ ______...---__.ill Cl 10 lie 0 '1'. M. Stevens .Co.l0.-- .
as anger special. I've got a __ .___'I 1 10 840 Rmplr! Lumber! !! !{
London In sudden Addition to All _. ._ __ !! !
short -- .
nrvaat lookedat lie in silence flock of them right here, Gaskell cut him to use Jones Btark ____-.....'-. -I. I*. ItB Mis. Mlna Man..... ... 84.15. ..0...".. .u.___ _-----.38 30 840 empire; Lumber Co..w 101.814Ward ':
I moment, his face expressionless. whole fury. "They might be able ft of lot 7 A all lotslcsNSft&aflLot. HWIX .fWAW' of 1'l .
haven't !, Alan at home some $ <1% of "< a NWY&of "
!'My lady, have Zyour leave .torn ._ .' an. Englishman blk ..'N, W'4 W" of JIII\4!:\ ,....'. :.
emittea a aryun 9. 10st .0 110 Unknown -. ..---- .
!" Sybil time. Addition to. :C of RW'i ______u_ 7 .
-- I and got up, saying to Gaakell: '"I was hoping that some day 'Jane ;::: -.-. ---". m. si'. M.tth.w. --- IMI ioL, of It iOt of NW -- Vta '
: "Co In peace Bong& Keeha; ;" She gave China Gas- 9 'ro..o1t7; &; ii -- .- ltl of NM'4 ot itW'4 i
"See you at dinner you would take my place. all lgte. k'., nf .W'4 a sW4
and (
-. aid ; 8 Ex N 5 ft ". C _.._ :,
J'D11Y. she left gravity, J. __.. II 10 ice n. A. Week :
look as N. -
Sir Guy' A of $1014!!: !
at bUt
I Doll a queer; kell stared 5. 10f( < 400 H. I'. O.ln.F ______ 1 1'.11 "
h..j
'4< Jamesy. knowing ''the.; '. perturbed Chinese- Sir Ony 'Wllmerdhmg broke the+. "It's got to be someone from the Starke JoflCS! ,for ) iVT.--!! .* B.. M.tth.w. ____ llfl.81a 'rn'.ot.. of I,Lnti,6 9;," A all Lot--:0.:,_". tI I 7 T 10 SO U$. it.A.. Weeks' Co __ ,\"

nature and customs -wsa silence. "How about something .olay' ranks. Tve had my eye on you for ft of lot 7 A all lotfi.N6ftAfllOt59 3-- ,, $ OfHot1ot95 .
\ and when be SB**Hong !tee g.. the duatT" He walked over to time-" f .1.01 II .a N ii A AM't4WofN .;"

Tall: and 'dim a long 10 nf blk A. N J. Jones Weeks Co.____ I'.n
kissing A.
nUtty to the Ottfm cabinet. off. rm 8't 10 110 n.
it 7
the liquor "Well, take Addition to Starke'for___11 ( jj jg. g. Matthews _._.... .11.11 l Lot 4 a N3 Lot 40 Mr. B.nl. Molt __._ n.1f ,
upon It, he cried oat:: ? What good-bye the moment un rn' 'AI Lol II ________ __. 1 1 10 ..'

t "Hey! Waltl DonTtl! Stop him!" did""OJ1 I,.say'What wrong did I?do" now asked China the China we dock Seas In; Singapore." 8 10."It WSS'1? ".,' 1 Acre of JIIWIi. In 8ID__Cor_-__of_ ._NE._..__ S 7. 10 1 Unknown _.._____.._ 1.1.'. ''

I Ha ran toward the tailICing "WeH, If )"oU'1'e m earnest Td ft, 10 All JI:', ot 53i nt IIW' ofswi4 .,,

'. ston at his heels, tat Wore they DolL What wanted to better be thinking about somebody. Jones' fur W "t.--V- i B. B. Matthew __.... IIIIVbTC'BVx0SfH tt- I,(.N A otfly__ __e.__ E_110_0__ 10 II R..A. Weeks O."wln-. ----.._.... .1.1I/l... 1'1
you O..na
> eoild reach him the buy had: Jwnp- "Exactly would for command. What ..boutDawaon1" ... Lot II filII I Wad (' ty._ 5 7 10 Mr.It.. A. Weeks CI '.81 f,
your
ow. --
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GaskeU. III
replied Lot tI tills 1 Ward City___ C T
the ? 1.I4t "
say _
Oodwln
O.na
.d overboard. Kingston gave I 'III Mr. ;
the test of Chose : Lot I fUk I Ward ( 'F.. 5.S1'

,: warning cry of "Ma: overboard you mind taking-with ?" "Dawstjn Take my ehlpT Gas Kv.&ivA! "v-" I'n, 8 w"dl '....._..._ "..11 4 fille I Ward (City.S' I 7 11/1 1111/ -- 1111'1t..A... Oena We.kg Oodwln Co. ---_...;. III
yea
casting cigarettes overly pleased Lot I 111k 5 Ward i ... .....
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and several sailors began "Honestly, Alan I wish you an kell did not seem Lola 1. I of Lots I. e Elk II Wad cr.ty.. a 10 Jr. B. Crosby .,

llfemvera over the raiL But Hong her bAnd at the Idea. MatthewS A.a<1-Hr! "A"to II Matthews ...._ a'.ISLotll wLL Fraet1 Elk I Ward A. W..k. Co. .."$W..
She out ,2f 4 B. II. -* n. --
put 1'/1/
Kn to grasp the luck. heard you speak I Stan's (!It" _.. _____ .___._. S .. ,"
made attempt 't'if"rn.' It. A. W..k. Co. .
; no sport. "You'll neverhave Tve always 1. of b All 111k 8 Ward ("lty ____ I 1'" -- .
; them. like a good that baby. highly of him." Matthews AddItion "A" Matthew. _:.... n.oo All Hlk .. I..... 8, ", 10, ..
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ashamed of very oi : l13 ta.11 4, B B 71.- A. Weeks Co. -- .
Uifua'ined by AhFeng to be Dawson's one to 5trk. for I. Ward ('lip _____ ___ 0 UWarl
Captain Gaskell. -
l the real :McCoy. "Oh, of course of blk 1.- E.- K.MstthsWe t.ot. It. 11. U. 14 JII Elk -
I ordered the ship Mopped and No, air; she's marvelous wife for the best. CaskeH laughed heartily Le4e t. 1 Addition tz.e2S"A" C I 11 B. 8., Matthew. -.?._. till City ....__ __ 10 R.' A. Weeks. Co._.__ I.,.....1.
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lent back fun-speed 'astern. then She'll make a too heartily. "Yon could 10 Starke. toP Ipil 7' t.ot. 4. ., e. 7. I BIle.. ,.. __ '.1' '
: almost 1.0,5 t. I of liCk t. E. 1'1. .0 ward J. City ____ ____ 5 1 SO M //IJ. E. MnU __ ';
lummooed to his quarters half a you. mean that.. Be- not do better Dawson!! MatthewS A4dlttA"... I I It E.: B. Matth.w, _.._ II.SII Lot 4 fltle ii'WiirdCity. 5 1 10 Alu. O.ena 0,4wln_ 144 "
.... 2 :
the "I hope you the Quartermaster for 53) .t 11 BIle. II .
down of those who had seen nights later to IItar" Ln' I. I .
to mean it. Several _.tth... _ g 10 "r. 0.s. GodwIn ---i 5gfe4,3i1 \
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1'1. _
1 want you to AU hilt I E. $ Matthew. _....... 1311 Ward ify
dirk quivering In the talkheadind eause I brought a radiogram Adllltinn .." ...IItarlee.I' S3 I B. B. t.or Ward r.lly _. I 1 1/1/ Mr.. Liura E. U..t.. ... .
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toto ,loX do. 'Alan. he sat at stable ".Jia 11 be wei .., 11 .
watched the Chinese leap Gaskell as ... JlIJc .'1 Ward
betterr He gripped herhand Captain with tue Slarke '- CII, ..' __________ 7 O Jar. Qs.na 004.11.. .,,, ....
the had ordered That's smoking room _____. MaUh.w. -- "" u. .. .: .. .
water. Kingston emotion. "Let's In the lu'lv-.... r ,** W 5 It n i-Frael BIle 11 '# i
t boats lowered to seek Hong ee.1 'In egenuine not like a Sir Guy and Sybil,having coffee 5 qtth.w. Ward Clip ______ hh 5 7 .0 VnlrnowII- __.._...... T."

explained to quirnkft'good friends- table farther down Addition "A" t. lIt.arke.__.__31 I tl B. .. Matthews -- II,SI Lot. ". 10 BIte II W.rd T."
Jamesy McArdl What do you you From another 1512 ,.,... __- CU, __ 5 1.0 Mr. Panic Mutt .J .,
i 1 him the conversation that had taken pair of.alley-cats.. : the room came the loud laughter All"nlfc"T. E. 5. Matthew Lo.t. I, 11 llrrw- .
*' McArdtt A- t" "1.1'11.' I 7 20 Unknown -......--- 1I '
place between Miss.Yu-Lan. and .ayr You could of China Doll, Jamesy : Addition Ult ,_ ...._2I ? .- B. n Matth.w. ----- 13.SILouTl Letst'; ; i..iiii& 7-w ;d : ; <

net servant "Why. you poor sap I could and Colonel AIken'Who were Imbibing I. i"4 of bik 3. Cat, _._, ___*____-__ I 7 *0 Mr.. Osena Oodwin._' '.$.-7 ,
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'It was the only way he could n't quit me I any don't more care than how long too freely and playing the ol JW'Sr4tA.. H.. Hall _._ ___ ".05 Com S"4 ut: 7d.ot W IiWi4 ot' SWiorof .. run ''t'
health
ave his face," Miss" Yu-Lan explained quit yo the torch for game of drinking. the. 1% .c.... 'In NWI4 W 17 yds. N 80 yds 10
.\ been carrying ot MadIaofl64t : South Boundary ot
"i waste ,time you've Puff. a -
wouldn't lying Admiral n. Alvnree J:
took anything Citythence B on
Marching for him. Captain. It.. her. X never to "My: compliment to Mr. Dawson KgUT& 5. \ 10Un ,. .aid boundary; 37 "yd. 'f'

'}. not worth It." down yet. and I'm not going kiss I. and Til be on the bridge shortly NW eor sold to, 3.< :I..is_ C_' It :', ':'". J. w.. 'Andrew- -. Jr,.._ (411 th.n.. n so yds to beaf- S 7 30 M,.. Dan I. Mott -"-,*,- I..... .
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And you can He excused Peek --? NW4 of NWH A KH: of 'Jr.NW4

.- bilL""I man's haven't life lived?" cried In. China the Cap long stack start of now Baedeckers on that!" to ," said himself Captain soon Gaskell.thereafter. t arrea i.iw of IIW'4 _ear j...___of___SI I -.Mre.Z.L! .... '" Wynn'" ....-,.- UISfi of NW"\ ." N34._of-..5W4_..' -\.. S 7 10 100 Mr. C. A. L.wie.Mwi ____, I9.'f'>, l lBBV4
Scotch colnwlt dltoh f I' J. R. Groover _. 1.
glass of beating at a .tak. on :' 0'\4'' ______ p 7 40 Mra. .
';. enough: to hold a life as cheap as She raised inn ..JaM Wind and rain were where Madlnon Mt A : f w* l.t'4 of NIII'4 ___. S 7 10 80 Umpire Lumber co.-...".. 11.111,
i jou do!!" her lips, cnottea up, smi hurried--- the windows of the charthouse."Ticking .aid ditch connect A '< Sw', 0' I'IW14' ._ _.____.10 7 10 40 II. J. Water. __..' 1..1". ,
"cb ut'her_ down on the table and like mud, sir,' said run M! on Raid ditch ISO rfSS ,-- HW'/ ot 51014 A IIE'4! ot 1'1
pe.t things up ft. K tot ft, K.S ft W *' E tOO ft of ,,
'. pork' a lot more expensive, I'm blindly out of the room. Sir GuytZ1Y"'ay Dawson as Gaskell entered. "We Si ft. N 314 ft to Mad-- to HWlJ' of 1IW'14! __..___.11 T 10 II Unknown ____.:.. U.'I, .'
wryly at as a W oa maId ftjyt 1IW'4' a
Oaskell smiled into it fast lion 5t. N' A N\t of
to running -
tony say Interjected: Jamesy.with creamIng must be bee CJf 43.48 ufSW'L ex if 100 'I',
there'll be less i to lnW44j ( 1:1I: /- J. C Robinson ____ rW'4
;. a laugh that he cut short atCaakell's "/ ." cat can eat sardines. \ ._ ._. .. ftAN. of '
.' when I get England. something I don't Com Jl 4 ftPlofUEor' "E'4'o"IIIII14! t _-r'JVn.._-1 I 10 1ST Kmplre Lumber ('0.11.... .<
palnecl.w.. get back there!" I "TeU me door and of Call A Oraa*, Ste&runrnio5tSI8't .'. All __ .._ __---___-.._.!! 7 10 140 Umpire LumberIS Collt.II')
: "That at least Clears yon of any "Walt till you "If knowl" He opened the NIII'4 of NE a NW\4\ ot ."1NW.aN4of5nj4a .
,
direct> Complicity Miss. Yu-Las.." laughed-Sir"GUyaa.rdODtcaJ roared In the direction of tryIng the- ft.thence N 105 W ft on to.*id Call Bt lit to. (" 'II ::_ J. J A Ellis: .. ......_ 32.41Lotmt 0w14 of IWI 4 __:_\___ 7K' >0 W; Empire Lumber Co. _, 41.'&' ,'.
Caskeli\ said, "but you have six you ever do wheel-house. "What are you ft..r _?___.__,----18 j l' I Eta of NEt! A BW'4 of '-.,. \(
to keep me from go- her' on her of lot* :a. 4 of blk 11.IS fJK14: ANWI4 NW'4.U 10 loe Empire Lumber Co.. _f'. .
"What's ft of
,
I' other to
Keep 8 E. Corpenlnat
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boys and'rn bold yeap.PIOflaiiy to do __..II I 11 -.J. ?
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"' J. D. Jonen Add. of NIC'4 _.-____.14 10 .o Unknown .. _..... .. ...,.
responsible- for' theth and tag? China course!"' of blk 3. City Park .(11 T. R. Young .-A.. ... '.'0 SB'l' of aw" .. aW\4\ -
for MISS .Sir Guy emptied the glass "Old man's getting back to normal lIub-<'lI"I.I"n ___-,-__--. ,,,1t\4\ __ _14 7 10 80 H. H. Howard 10." ,,
saftty.-
Portland's set down and cbuck8'LThere' : delightedly Lota 1, .. 13, 14, If, 11. SB 14 of I Bi4VxTl"A"N"ofof -T-r-
"Boy. Ia IIa taking. car of me!" Doll bad about this country !" Dawson whispered 17. 13. 19. 30. 31. 33 i road ._ _________!} 7 XIS r. C. Holllnsrswortb.:,,* !'"!. 1
Cried Chine Doll. "TbafB AlanGtkeu something to Kingston. 31 34 A frae/1 lot :: 00' :::: O. C. Keller .- ,. ,., 1I.74.. ,;,jj
From my CHrFarkHub4lval4 -i-Ye-
bold of a chap. still about an of bile 3. W. B. Watson __ 10.01LJ'k ex A
for you' You eaa push him gets I can seethe "The" typhoon's | >nLota __ .,.....__1. C 31 -, "-.W el-IIE ._IS 7 19 79 I. W. Fadcett -: IS4j':
around aboard ship. window in Hong Kong ahead of us," said Gaskelt"The f," 1 of ..111lIy- -iV R. Young _-_ 1.11 S3 14 A of 8E$ of SB! :14 :
ashore S3
but iflne Dragon Mountains: and hour can dodge it Is Bub-4lvlelon...._ _J. ( lea* N ( A-r A_...... 7 t. 8 0. C. KeUey ... ,.l.-,.>-_, 1.17. i
B 11"1 go'wloora-ths whole and seek shelter In Hub- __ IIS 1'111 .. ..
Captain!" turn tail hIP jl | M W. B Wat. ss. '. '
"Tou'r ships coming in. big ships going! mouth of this ptrate-utfested river .1.0. --i # w :;*.jlft1. 111tit" hlt.tu- ... .. *, ,,.., j ;'
on a British ship, flying the China I thetyphoen" ..... .. .. '. !l.} . -
.. |..*J3riUsh aL"' Bald i'GaalwU, The China:: saaket I know And on quiet Fd ratbe 'Uk SUck.ssjr4hatMe her noserightInto with 'Division blX I. CU_, _.._.._&U _'JI f ,II W. B. Watson .,__.-_ tiC line U'of f"NWH.H \ to.-thence. r .!">I IIII .1

r. S hstpeel. to of \ i's. 44 II,.. Baal M. .
__,cal. hills the sound CAB1 JOHNS, Tax 44.4&.A. IT 'Ie tt s.
Plalenre.. ," days, off In. the at it It Dawson. ._J Cltf ot Stark*. ploridiL, e'T';
were A. .--d .
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,*(P-**-:rn Capt&Ja..a4'it*. y" 811" asenraiiee" Yu-Lan.you !whea distant X came firing.out' They here; theyH t at (T* B. Costiurd) ___. _!" V'i" ,; ,


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; PAGE Font '"- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. !8TARKC.! FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGt'ST

___ ., -- ,-- ---- - ---- --- 30. bt
large attendance of young people I J. T. Moore --.0;:
Birthday Celejbration of
Rockbrook Whitfield-Jordan Plant
Camp and old friends attended the service a visitor here CIty,
Awards HonorsAt Mrs. J. E. Jordan 'Honoring: Mrs' J. T. QuIgley,' and wished John Junes much I plans to move Tuesday to MI' !..fOOr

announces the marriage of whose birthday!.was last Thursday success as a minister. near future.BOREEFUNERAL. Bradentnn ta tIi
It} 'fSociClvj farewell at Rock-
a banquet
Scott
brook Camp, near Brevard N. C., her daughter Pearlto entertained, Mr. and Thursday Mrs. Fred evening A. wit ____ _u ____U

Gloria Johns was awarded la block n buffet supper which was attended HOifiA
letter, which Is the highest honora
Alfred Whitfleld by the following relatives: ,
girl can win In that where Mr.Joseph FuJI line of Ca keb k Undertakers
camp Supplies
the of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mr. AMBULANCE
t,:, 110 two months this on Sunday twenty-flth SERVICE
i' Tomlinson-Idinson Baptist Circles NoticeThe girls. spent Aug;iat and Mrs. L. J. Wynn Mr. and Mr AND NIGIIT

,}; Friends here will learn with Interest -; Three Circles of the Bap- summer.To nineteen hundr -and thirty-five L. A. Wynn, Misses Mary Lee and 53 PHONE. 53
win a block letter a girl Elaine Wynn of Hampton :r.rr.
of the marriage of Mr. Lau- tist Woman's Missionary Union must be proficient in five sports, Wrlghtsv le, ,Georgia and Mrs.. T. E. Duncan Jimmy G. H. BENNETT, Mrr.

rie Wells Tomllnaon, son ,of Dr. will enjoy a spend-the-day party win honors In two and excel In one The above announcement whlcwas Beall, Mrs. Anna Alexander and "A nOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson.'former today (Friday) at'the Peek placeat of them; write and have acceptedfour being receive*here this week son, Hadsell of Gainesville.
resident of Starke now living in Kingsley Lake, with Mrs. Sin articles for the camp paper; was of great Interest Whitfield.to the,many Shwas After supper the guests enjoyed -

Lake Wale, to Miss Isabel Gail clair Peek as hostess f ,make two acceptable articles In friends wen-knowd of Kre.f, liked throughout merry conversation, playing
Kinson of Jacksonville. No meetings of the Circles will :hand draft and one acceptable figure -i games and the honoree opened and
the county'having served herea
;
, The marriage took place Thursday be held at the regular time on in modeling. number of..years :as home demonstration displayed numbers of gifts sent by For Expert RepairingSmith's

',;,, August 15,' In the paator'a Monday afternoon as all business agent and also taking a friends,and relatives.
{h study of the Baptist Church at matters will be transacted at the O. E. S. Notice great Interest in the 4-H Club ..
, Wllllston, where the bride former- all-day meeting Friday. Rosalind Annie
I Misses Jacobs
> The regular meeting of the work. Since leaving Starke Mrs.
''It'ly lived. Starke Chapter Order of Eastern Whitfleld: had been engaged in the Mae Pearce, and Edna Stricklandwill
i The bride Is a graduate of Rlv- work at Wewahltchka. return home from summer GaragePhone
and Is now engaged In prIV8.te//Star will be held Monday night same
;\ Gainesville this week.A. .
t erslda Hospital in Jacksonville, nursing in that city. Sept. 2, 8 p. m. at the Chapterroom. Mr. Wbltfleid/ comes of a prom- school in

'," -- After leaving Starke Mr. Tom- Inent West Florida family and Is
: Will help you finance, llnson was graduated front the All members are urged to be a well-known grower of Wewa- H. Hall and daughter/ Sharon 120
Draw Your Plans and Build Lake WaWles High School and later present as there is some important hltchka, where. the couple will and Tlllman Hutto. spent las
flJ Your Home attended the; University of business to be attended to. Vis- make their home. week In Wauchula visiting Mr: Wrecker Service Day or Night

" W. W. WHITTEN Florida where he received his law iting members ate welcome.. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
:::l General Contractor degree. He Is now an assistant In r Mrs. Norfleet,ComplimentedBy Hall.

)n'/ Box 235 Starke, Fla charge of the Internal Revenue Of Robert Morris Picnic Miss Middleton

{. Ice In Jacksonville Mrs. Sam Anderson t>as as her
District No. 8, Order of Eastern Miss Hazel Middleton entertained -
guests, Mrs. O. V. Anderson Mis
Star will observe Robert Morris in her home Wednesday after- IONA IONA
Anderson and Stone,
Billy
J' FUNERAL DIRECTOR Day with a picnic at Glen Spring, noon with a bridge party in hon of Mayme Archer alsd,Mrs., Ed Wolf ot Pork &
near Gainesville, Saturday August or ot-Mrs. Nat Norfleet' of Gainesville '
t,' My Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render 81.The formerly-Miss Rachel Smith Jacksonville p Tomatoes

-!: EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE members of Starke Chapter Madison. BEANS
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee ot
, MODERATE PRICES I and their families are invited to Red Ripe full
l Pack
Pink and West Palm Beach were here last
green were emphasized With Pork and
attend and
DeWITT C. JONES I carry a well filled bas
I ket. Program begins at 3 p. m. through the use of summer week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Tomato Sauce 2 No. 2 ('anll8US"oz.
i Starke, Florida
S 9. Matthews and Dr and Mrs. H. .
flowers which decorated the room cans fiTANlfNID
,V.II'f I Iri and supper will be served at 6 p.
, __ ____ where the guests were seated for B. McLendon.
-- --------- u
'I,' 12cFANCY 13c
bridge. WHEREECONOMYRULES
Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Edwards and
Mrs. Norfleet was presented daughter. Fredricka of..Jacksonvllle -
I with a piece'of her china a gift ,'will spent Sunday with Mrs BLUE ROSE WHOLE GRAIN
from the hostess. Miss Mlna Ma- Edward's parents, :Mr. and Mrs.

"t(' nasatt, holder of high score was W. M.... Struth.. RICE 5 Lbs. 23c
presented a box of stationery and; -
1<11 _
'1., Mrs. C. A. Knight, holder of sec Mrs. H. F. Maddrlx and children GRANULATED-DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR'
{ ond high received a bubble bowl Mary Ann and Bobby, of Ft. Lauderdale -

'ti.. at the end of the progressions. spent several days here 51bs.bulk) 27c
with Mrs. A.. F. Sauls enroute to (
\ Miss Middleton was assisted tn
Baltimore Md.Mrs. .
; serving a delicious ice course also ..
} In the color scheme of pink and t- -
"f:1 Walter Crenahaw and OUR,OWN
green, by Mias Hazel: Adkins.
'W mother Mrs. Laura Crenshaw and
"l!:.+ Mrs.Those enjoying the party with Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Jacksonvillewere TEAlb.19c lb.pkg. 37c
1' '> Norfleet were: Mrs. O. L. week-end guests of Mr. and
I." Beaaley Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mra.H. Mrs L. S. Hutto. -
B. McLendon;-Mrs H. M. Richard -
1 1I' WINNER ROCK GROUND
iqiI t ; .: __ # I Mrs. D. .IV" Carpenter, and; Mr and Mrs. G. C, Bates and
g Mrs. C. A., Knight,, and Misses i children, who have"been visiting GRITS Pounds 15e
Mary Canova Ulna Manasaa Lucille -
JtIV..I Mr. and Mra. O. W. White, returned -
Mitchell, Madge Middleton, Wednesday to their' home In
Hazel Adklns: and Mrs. Susan West Palm Beach. DAISY BRAND
iI fJ -ii ::11 Trouer of Gainesville.. MATINEE Light, Strong

{ Mr.'and Mrs. C. A. Chadbourneand
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Miss
;' Mary Brownlee. spent WednesdayIn children have returned to TEA BROOM1Ib.jpkg
Jacksonville after enjoying a visit
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2BIGGEST Gainesville, with Mrs A. V.
with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall'atheir

IJ'"' Long. Kingsley Lakecottage.. ; ; :-25c Each 25c

Mr. and Mrs. S., G. Lewis will ,
1 I BEST WISHES i We Wish B. H. S. leave Sunday for"a vacation tripto Miss home Lillian from Moseley a vilst has in returned Fargo- OR1ZATri-i

Wilmington ftnd Nowburn! .. N. C. FANcY"lJooKIN .
:WRITING She
:TABLET Georgia was accompanied
** )I. Mr. Lewis jewelry "_hop,'will be by Mr.*and Mrs. .A. 'J. Williams,. .APPLES: ".J-,,$. Noi,,1 ,Rambo Lb. 5c

,{ IN TOWN To Bradford'County Teachers Another 'Successfu ,Term > about closed Sept..l until JdaWttuMi..., to! :Btarke who spent several. days here.. THOMPSON SEEDLESS

:J' FOR THE MONEY and Students 'For a GRAPES 2 Lbs. 15c16c
." ,, of SchoolSISTRUNK Mrs. R. A. Gahagan and son

'1 ALL, SCHOOL SUPPLIES Successful Term. towell ''Gahagan, who have been v. S. NO. 1 'JERSEY COBBLER _
$ PatronizeHome here visiting Mrs. Gahagan's father -
IRISH.POTATOES 10 Lbs.
L:C. Powell have returned to

t 1 SUWANNEE I I A. J. THOMAS IndustryWhen their home In Savannah, Ga. GREEN TRIMMED VIRGINIA .

,,, You Boy Our Bread, Mrs T. J. Griffin and grand. CABBAGE, 4 Pounds, lOc
STORE Clerk Circuit Court SEED ft FEED STORE
You Are Absolutely -
Rolls or Pastry
trl daughter Gloria Johns, have returned FIRM FANCY HEADLETTUCE
Sure It In Fresh. No from HendersonvlUe, Nr C.
ItJ J ... ... ... 2 For 15c
---- I .
--- -- - -- Chance of Getting A Stale Gloria spent'the last two monthsat

I Product Rockbrook Camp, near Brevard.Mr. FANCY

4:I w AT RECESS I TIP I TOPGROCERY I Greetings Students STARKE and Mrs. T. C. Chastaln and CARROTS Bunch 5c

r The Pause That Refreshed II And Teachers son, Carlton Mr. and Hrs P. S. .
G BAKERY .
Denmark,-and Mr: andMrs. W. L.
4, DRINK I I Andrews, attended Church at YELLOW
.u )Pere'.,,Wishing :The Most Successful
Swift Creek, near Lake, Butler ONIONS 3 Pounds lOc15c

: C I 1 I Term Ever For B. II. S. .. Sunday' .

: i I NEW DEAL FOR PROMPT! AND Charles Darby;.-A. E..Wall Leslie FRESH FIRM _

: Wishes Success Biggs, Palmer>.Williams Grat- TOMATOESCELERY 2 Pounds
COURTEOUS SERVICE :
:. STARKEBOTTLING I : SERVICE ST A. ton Cooper and,.George Hargood
of South Carolina:- are, enjoying a
To YouEveryone NEW DEAL three-day fishing trip .at Half.
CO.PUPILS GRIFFIS ft LENNON THE
\ Moon Lake. Stalk ,121ic
"
SERVICE STA. '
Mr. and Mrs. William Norrls FANCY GREEN STRING !:SS:.

; I- Hubert XI Priest will leave September first for a '
', AND TEACHERS I Is Glad Go to School at months visit in Los Angeles, Cal BEANS Pound l lOc

'. ifornia, with relatives. While they

..' KNOW THAT When School Opens B. HI; S. THAT GOOD GULF GAS, are there they will also visit'Mre. FIRM'FANCY_ ,

Dale VanSickle,. .
r I THE BEST SCHOOL ,BANANAS 15c
John James,Rooks and' brother 4Lbs:
:
; J..W. MORGAN'SIS I i AND EAT Marvin .were 'guests 'of Mr ,and ,. 1
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Mrs. E''K. Perryman last 'Sun- IONA .MARY ANN
y At RITZ THEATRE day. John James conducted the Plain or Self-Rising Old FashionMEAL
preaching service at the Methodist
j, THE PLACE Durden's Restaurant STARKE Church Sunday night and FLOUR
Marvin led in a prayer They are
t FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES I THE BEST RESTAURANT PROGRAM the sons of the Rev. E. M. Rooks, 12-lb. 8k. 24-lb. Sk. .

BEGINNING FRIDAY who was pastor of the'Methodist

\t -- - - - -- Church here six years ago. John I45c 87c 5 Lbs: 13c
FRIDAY AUG. 30TII. James and Marvin both attended

I 4'' "AIR HAWKS"Ralph Bradford High School here and a
School Days Bargain AFTER SCHOOL
j Bellamy White House MILK 3 Tall cans 17c
Tala Blrell
;; Fancy Colored Meet.Your Friends Wiley Pout Quick Relief for COLD STREAM PINK-AL\8KA
I
I SALMON lOc
Lunch Boxes I SATURDAY, AUG. 1ST., Tall Can
At
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With Hinged 35 I Parents Are Glad To See 'TEXAS RANGER' Chills and Feverand DRIED'NAVY BEANS Lb. 5c

the:
ChilcVen Resume Buck
Their Jones
IONA IMITATION
Covers. each ____ BROWN'SPHARMACY
: 'Studies and Training That I 8UN.-MON.. SIP?. 15 :9"IN Other of' PRESERVES 12-oz. 10c
*
BRADFORD ?Will Make Good' Citizens of: : CALIENTE"Dolortw Malarial Effect, PLUMITE Per Can 19c
Del RIPat O'Brien

HARDWARE' CO. I Them. The Children Ares I I For si Refreshing. Drink .* Leo' Carlllo-Judy, Canovsv Doht put up' with the suffering I ofMalariahie ROYAL GELATIN 2Pkgs. 13C
Their Favorite TIle Da Marco teeth-chattering chills and
Glad to Return to -I
iON A SALADDRESSING
(I Ed"'. Everett Horton ., the burning fever. Get rid of Malaria by
--.- -- -- --,-w_ - Teachers and' the! __ __ ,Also Now sad Vaudeville setting the infection out of your system. Quart Jar 25c
Short Reel That's what Grove1 Tasteless Chill Tonic:
Have Been WITH CHEESE AND TOMATO SAUCE;--1S-OZ/can
Playmates They : and drive out the Infec
doe destroy*
WHATEVER. NEED I School Means More !TDES.-W,SEPT.: S 4"Strangbrs *- 5c
IONA
time,it buildt SPAGHETTI
Separated From All Sum ,* tion.At the same up your can
All"May attack.
further
against
system
For the'Opening of School 'mer.! Our Merchants Are ,Soiled Clothes Rolmon Grove' Tasteless Chill Tonic contains GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3 No. 2 cans 25c29c
I which sub the Infection
tasteless quinine
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You Can Find Also Glad to See School'' Preston Fester'THVR9.FRI..SEPT. in the blood. It also contains Iran which TUB OR PRINTBUTTER

At But 58 builds up the blood and help It overcome Per Pound
Open Because They Miss Why Worry, Mothers? : the effect of Malaria as well u fortify

the Smiling Faces on the Let 'BRADFORD DRY "THE NIT WITS" against re-infection.These are the effects PEANUTI1UTTER'21c.>>z. Jar 25c
I WHEELER ft WOOL8EYNTE you want for COMPLETE relief.Grove'iTasteless GIBBS '
Chill Tonic la pleasant to take EARLYY JUNE
and Because
Street They
1 PJUEST'S I CLEANERS Cain *.E'ERY'Eo.' and buoluuly safe, even for children PEAS 3 No.2 Cans 25c
; : Know t h 0. .Opening '.of i Do the Work for YcA}* :- .Y+'a..'S2i.. .. .tIse the. .. Novbitts .....:01.Clu......Get a btttle :
:" x ,&lanl Tus.day.are'S5$5 ,... today tad"be oraamsd easiest Material NUCOA 2, .pd kii-% 37c
School ts''s StInt for
So & to STORE Efficiently and Reasonably .pt+Mt by lean-lag their name 'I For sale at all drug store Now two sixth
Business. wits cashier Tuesday.' -SOt and SlCTbe 4f sue contains :2yi
I times as ouch as the SOc lies and-giver ,THE GREAT ATLANTIC, PACIFIC TEA COMPANYy
yea 11%, more for your money.
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."rGU8T. .. S0 1985 ... BftADFORD COUNTY TELEGR.-\PII. STAnKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE ,
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Mr. W. E. Bryant, owner of Bry Mr. and Mrs W. W. Page and Col. D, i;. Knight was a professional -Mrs-U. O.-Ktilgnl' or--aacKson-
ant's Cafe is enjoying a vacationat NAT SEl ft son Martin have returned to their I
[
: visitor In Mon- vllle \
IThBits White Springs with relatives. home In Jacksonville after a visit Macclenny :spent Sunday with Mrs: W
of here day. Q. Hatle. !
Well, if with Mr. and Mrs. W M.
what we read In the pa- '
Miss Clarice GUI has been the pers Is so, it won't be long now before Struth. ,,
guest for the past week of Miss -- -
we can read about
a new war.
loCal ?4evs June Whitfield In Jacksonville.Mr Them Euro- Miss Lucile Mitchell had aa her
peans sho like guests lost week at her Kingsley
,, and Mrs. R. J. Davis left to fight. No Lake cottage, Mrs. J. B. Mason
CONCERN OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND this week for a vacation trip to ooner do they } and small daughter Evelyn, of
I the mountains In North Carolina. get throughwith Tampa. SA1VAGEGet
: PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN one war

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith had they start an- Mrs. Edna G. Fuller, of Orlando,
as their guests Sunday, Mr and other. All they was here Friday renewing old acquaintances. ,\
Mrs. Donald. Hall of Jacksonville. have been wait- She lived her thirty-
: Ing: on, I be- four years ago and was then Miss steI'L"Dcrg left Tues1 Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel of $
r&1 Nat York City where she: Sarasota are guests of Mrs. J, W.Edwards. Labor Day I... the LAST DAY to Tleve, Is for a Edna Giles.
Ne'suddenly" due to the 1U. get S Portraits for $1.85 at new crop of The Rev and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery -
(called HOOVER BROS. STUDIO young: men to and children spent the
potter father.

Mrs.In'Ralford D. A. Montieth, was visit- Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley spent I grow they get up. a After lot of them killed off and past Mrs.week J.with W. Austin her parents.at Benson Rev. :\
and Mrs. W. G Struth wde Ing last week for sev- the week-end In Dunnellon visit they will have to wait another Springs. While there Mr. Mont.
Mrs.th
and eral
Jake visiting Mr. days. ing the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. King fifteen years for a new bunch. gomery conducted a Cokesbury
Strulh this week and wereDlpanled They call this a civilized age, but I study class In the Methodist Benefit
home by Shirley and Miss Myrtls Killingsworth was Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned I have my doubts. Church. Lasting
swath, who nave been visiting friends in Salt Springs home last week from a stay of And the Sale sails merrily on
011 a three week's visit last week. several weeks In Waynesville, N. ,for a few days longer
I from
I C. Relief Labor ;
Mrs. Pasco Crews of McAlpln! A Few More .
[NT A WORDCOLUMN :was the guest of Mrs. T. C. Chas- Mrs. P. S. Denmark Is spending \V. L. DOUGLAS HERE is a practical way to create maximum \

tain Sunday.. her several daughter days In, Mrs.St. Augustine Thomas. with SPORT SHOES job labor and get lasting benefits "
Joseph -
from Federal Work Relief Funds
Mrs.'R. Andrews, Jr.,.has returned Regular Price $3.50 :
from a visit' with relativesIn On SaU Put workers to salvaging old, worn, bumpy \,
BUY Antique fur- Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. Carl Sheppherd of River See Ale for Correctly Fitted
D Sllver/etc.TO 2789 RlVer-' ,, -.::...-.,.." Junction is visiting her brother $2.48.Men's Glasses streets, alleys and park drives -pavements i
;tine, ftp 'J. F. Klckliter has returned froma and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gas- which will need repairing soon anyway.With ;;
'Ave' ; month's visit with relatives In sett S. G. LEWIS simple tools and hand methods, break up the ;' i
WANTED for Rawlelgh Stuart and Sanford.. brick blocks from these old "
!y or stone
I STARKE FLA. pave. ,
In Parker. Duval Na.Counties :Mrs. Nat Sternberg has aa her Blue Work Shirts ,
tee \'
and Starke. Write Mr.. and Mrs. J. H. Pitts have guest at her Kingsley Lake cottage 118 W. Walnut St. ments. Spread the broken material over the ir
Rawlelgh Co., Dept F AH.B recently moved to the Forsythe. Mra. Sam Davis of Jackson- Sizes 14 ft to 17 old base-add stone where needed to get de. ,
,, Memphis Tenn. house on Cherry Street. ville. 44c sired thickness-fill voids with cement mar'f'f
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tp I tar '' ;;
grout. .
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hall of REALESTATE
Anyone having news Items for ,\. ',I
?eJlb/'Olin &P'MS Mineral Wa- the Telegraph please see or call Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Men'sSUMMER The result is a modern cement bound macadam It, \,
delivered to your door In 5 Miss Louise Snyder at 29. Starke with Mr. and Mrs..W. P.
L bottles at 50c, you furnish Smith. SUITS pavement. Smooth riding economical! 'i'
L bottle, or we will furnish the Mrs. L C. DuBois of Jacksonville Sizes 33-38-37 ,IF YOU WANT TO Of lasting benefit to the community! [;
Jtle on deposit of one dollar. spent several days last week Mrs.. W. L. Andrews spent sev- | BUY, SELL OR RENT
Other cities this idea. .
are using So can city.PORT1
[ of Health permit No eral $4.88 your
te Board as guest of :Mrs. A. F. Sauls. days last week In Lake Cityas SEE US 'i
T prep a card to R. F. Demorest -.,..-. the guest of Mrs. H. L. Hal- -
rite,, Fla 1 t P Miss Betty Marquis has arrived brook. '
Llld IPIt' WILS'ONREALTY .
from South Carolina to join her 4t'
[R SALE Mi sn>nary Straw- mother for a visit with Mr. and Mrs L. A. Dees has returned *o DRESSESFinal [ CORP. ..
Vmr plants. Will make price Mrs. W. L. Wall her home In Mayo after a ten days Cl un*I'p ;"
fat. M. Rhoden, Route 2," Dox visit here with her son-in-law and ltuola ''l''

hear,Hellbronn Springs. Mrs.:,K. G. Duncan !lad as her daughter, Mr. and :Mrs, L. $1.48 /''"\
i guest this week her sister, Mrs. Green. O'j $2.48 : ,
it SALE Wakefield cabbage Roy Smith of Tennllle; Georgia.Mrs. I -- '$3.48 \ fi
1,000. A. J.OM Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Lowry Fancy
IiIIt. $1.00 per
n. H. C. Wall has been the returned from a vacation trip in FRESH TIP TOP, GROCERY !Y
-,- -. guest of Mrs W. M Wainwright in Maryvllle. Tennessee with relatives Hoys. "SYRUP
DISKING $125 per acre.owing Jacksonville for the past week -
$4. Efficient tractor -- OVERALLSatalf P RUNES C. II. NABXVOKTIIV, _Owner ajtd Operator
k.. R. F. Hartsook, Hawthorne, Mrs. F. 11. Long is spending Dr. H. B. McLendon left Wed- Gallon.G;
8-304tp several days In Jacksonville witn nesday for Marianna for a visit A Good Weight 2: U>*. FRIDAY& SATURDAY SPECIAL i ir
'GSLEY LAKE Cottage fort he* daughter, Mrs. B. S. Carroll. with his mother, Mrs. T R. Mc 49c

tut thews.month of September, E. S. Lendon.' Bargain, Bargain. and some mo 13c PRICES, AUGUST! 30th. and '31st. 45c t r

i0t 25cBILEOUSNEFi Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning and bargain at thin. END OF TilE i
|VE: YOUR floors sanded the vV. H. Hart spent Sunday In Wildwood SEASON! SALE at
xt way. We have the latest as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. KOSEDALE ARGO
pDlent. No hand scraping. rrPiY"Caa20cl| i""PWOAN. .. ;
STERNBBRG'SStarke 15c
I references. C, A.> Powell, W.
1192-J. ,North .9th St., % lied home by Mrs. Hart, who had .
Florida "
,''llle Fla. Tent teveral days there. WHITE RIBBON C01\IPOUND-FlNE8T ;' {.
-- ----- CREAMERY
Mrs. Hula Corpenlng has recovered l
from Illness that confined her LARD HeBEST i
toher home for the past-week. ER29c

.
ie Autefar q&t tA&ie Mrs F. W. Varnadoe of Valdosta :1
Ga., Is enjoying a visit herewith .(

TWO VITAL FEATURES P. Smith.her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Milk GOLD TALL MEDAL CAN 5c CANS SMALL 4 for lOc 4 4

Mrs. Harold C, Wall has returned -
in next low-ptuced cab from A two weeks visit in St.
i/aWi Petersburg with her mother, Mrs
LARGE BOX KITCHENMATCHES GOOD HEAVY ere
C. T. Dutton. ,
,....

1411 t4t- have" Little Merry Beth Kalght spent L 9c BROOMS5String tat
A the first of the week In Galnq-

SOLID STEEL TUR1RT.TOP } vllle as the guests of Mary Gather 30c ;
"d' Ine Simmons.
FISHER BOOT
.
'*<::,, ,; ORANGE PEKOE FANCY PACK-No. :X SIZE CAN tia
; ,,>N.1W1,, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs returned -
', """ home Sunday night after a vacation "' "

y gjy k Yrn v.. .1 I North Carolina.spent In the mountains. of TEA T omatoes2cOLD


: Axmlnster Hug 2'l-J"X! 45 for /Z.Pound 25c

$2.30 each for one week only at FASHIONED WATER GROUND WARMER


', a y haveKNEEACTION Denmark's.Mrs. Kenneth Harrington, of MEAL 10 23c Coffee' : i u c t

I, r AND SAFETY COMPORT Mayport week visiting, was her here parents the first, Mr.of and the I lbs .
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Mrs. Nat Williams. JIM DANDY 10 LBM. 1

Mrs.-P. M. Barefoot,}.Ir.. L. F. I PEARL GRITS 29c MAX WELL\ HOUSE Ib25c ;:'
,
:xr Dinkins and Mrs. 0.Andrcu, attended ,
:- _.. __' -' .-. the funeral of James: Brownat I
DIALER ADVCMTISIMDflr Miller Friday afternopn GUARANTEE: SILVER KINO .
-.-- 6L1JS. 12-LBS. &1-LBS ti
Mr. Charles Imbach returned
THESE FEATURES Sunday from a tbree weeks
i vacation trip to Canada and other FLOUR 22c39c75c

e! many others" ,. .are found only in CHEVROLETmost points Miss of Grace Interest Andreu enrouCe.repent the t ',

past week In Panama City visiting
built '
finely balanced low-priced car ever P. and
Mr. and Mrs. F DeBerry
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Andreu.' TENDER LIVER lb. 20c LETTUCE, Each 7/c
,
Solid Steal Turret-Top! Body by the only car In its price range that bring yon Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and young

Fwfar, .-the smartest and safest of either of them! It ia also the only car In Its son Pitner, will leave about'the WEINERS, Lb. .-, .- ,.20c SEEDLESS GRAPES, Lb 7'/2c ,

[!"sae.car bodIear And the famous gliding price range that )brings you a Blu -FlanNctton Vandlviere first of September, at Gulfport to., Join Miss Dr. REAL TENDERLOIN
BANANAS 4Ibs. 15c J
I Ride, giving unequalled comfort Vatv+in-Head Engine, Shock-Proof Steering- and'' STEAK Ib. 23c .

!ty! These two features are absolute *' many other equally desirable features. Be ; have Mr.returned and Mrs.to George thel bom Heller In CHUCK STEAK, Lb.121Zc ONIONS, 3 Lb. ____ .. JOe ,

1 in a truly modern motor' car. And sure toe get these vitally important advantages Flint, Mich.,. after a Visit here REAL TENDER' ,,:( I

***Master De Luxe: Chevrolet, the most, in your next car, and get them at lowest cost with Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Lord. ROUND STEAK Ib. 20c CABBAGE Ib. m

?Tj balanced> low paired I car'"ever built is by choosing a new Master De Luxe Chevrolet! cart 11_ Rag JT x 4ft next week; .

CHEVROLET.:MOTOR COMPANT;''DETHOIT. MICHIGAN only $1.00.t_DenmarbWj=-. GOOD STEW,,Lb. _. ., __,JOe LIMES,.Doz. ,,.. ____ _... ._10c 'I I
9_____ai.t wld.r-l ifs.Iprla --y G.M..4.c......... A Crn-ml M<**t Yafadc41 The meeting of the W.,C. T. U REAL, LEAN ::1'' "!
held on Friday of each,week was CARROTS J
moved up to Thursday. of this weekIn HAMBURGER lb. 15c Bunch 71/c
fie : atefie' cooperation of a national day of ,
observed 'all over
being
prayer
KKAKT-t MIRACLE! WHIP
t
America by this organization.

CHEVROLETI with August M..29... A.The W. meeting Anderson.was held SALAD DRESSING HALF PINT 15c ,

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:Miss Elizabeth Williams employee Pint -- --_ __--.-- 26c Qt. 39c [ ft;
... of the Jacobs' Store Is enjoying -

Jorode. Chevrolet o::."'; will port spend visiting a two this weeks her weekend brother-in-law vacation at Ma and,.- IOTmAsePFQESb > a .\\'OLbs' 14c,:

'," and sister, Mr. sal )tts.',K..nnethHarrington. i.I,t l i
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[ I PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, $ARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAYCSr
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Description .... T It A Owner 8 aMv ti."tl I D..I..... s_. T R A Owaes .. Vests Deacrlptloa lee. T R A Owner!" a
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'I, E 14 A of NBVi of NEU--81 7 10 U O. C. Kelley ______ '.09 Blk* 26, 19. SO, It, 21, 81, of 874 of SW* of'IW'4 Mra z. Iffi3
11 S S3 11 Sar.bl. Gleason
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All NWye of NW74 u'D 83, 34. 85. 80, 37. a*. Nof Lots CUereapaaal!
11 A ___.21 T 10 IS O. C. Kelley _.____ 13.01 B9&allBlk 418 of 8. Lot 58. 54 & Mrs. Dan -
i BE'4 & 8EV ofAW'4 A. L Ry In Sampson 57, 58 A all Lot. ... Boree
S'Aa .f .22 'I 10 120 3. W. L.wl. ______ n.11 City ____________. 4 7 11 W. H. Smith ______ 148,46 60 1 In Woodlawn .._... ..IS 6 22 Ed L. H. Hill "_ 11.78 Jacksonville ana
ofIfW74NW7.otN Lots 1. S Bik 10 Sampson Lot 63, !64 In Woo lawnl1 (22 29 I* H. HillS ___,._ '.11I are vISIting

8W 74 __.____ 11 '1'1) 80 L. W. Powell _____ St.n City ____ 4 7 11 -l..A.. J., MoKlnney: ____ 1.85 Lot 89, In Woodlawn __._1. SS JII Unknown 5.03 brother C. A. Grlttls this
NW'4 or"NE'4 ex 1341! 10 A:2a 'I 20 10 JL H. Howard ___ n.1II Lot' 131k 17 Sampson EH of' SWH! of SEHNH ___.-14 5 23 20 Rosa Wllllam.a_ 11.80 "Mr. M. J. Green wetk

W nf flljP,4 of 8E'4 A City _. _________..___- 4 7 SI Jai KIte __________ I.IS of Lot 46 In Woo I of MIami and ChUd
BE" _____18 7 i0 eo 8. r. Prescott ___ 84.10 Elks 17 lit Bampon City. 4 7 21 Mlllard, Varne _____ .11 lawn .15 5 S3 S 111'1.11.1' ___;._ 8.81 Were Visiting Mrs: .
2'':'sW7 Nof'& of 23 7 ID 10 Unknown _____ '..411E All Blk 47 In B end of Lot 21. if 87.28 InWoodlawn Prevatt last Wedneaday AI
e t ...s8F71ye of Sampson, City *x a, :d I _16BH S 22 40 Unknown. ___ ______ 111.'. MI'II.
f 3 7 10 11. Joru. 3. Co Pa".tt __ U.1G trip 80 ft wide .__.__. 4 7 11 )lr.. Josephine Hall__& a.81All of Lot 81 In Wood- Harley Lee and cblJdl'elJ
of"BH VVlKvTor"NWH WH of NWH of BWH lawn __ _..__-___-..uII 22 SI. L- _..__. 2.27 Tampa are visiting
JWH A NBH of Itw'4.U 7 20 120 Emplr. Lumber Co. _. '0.18 of SWViB Of'Rf---u-- 4 7 II 8 B. S.-, Jones ___.?.? '.11II Lot 4. 18 In Woodlawn ..Ie II'. 20 A. R. Bowden _____ 11.90 section relaUvee'thIs
'W of NW1 of 8W'4 A8W'4 B A 1 In 8W Lot S3 In Woodlawn ___17 B 23 10 J. X* Harvey -r--__ '.7. and attended
.f IIW'4 __U 7 10 60 Unknown _._______ 19.S1 of 8WH' ___.-._ 4 7 11 B Mlllard Tarnes ____-_ 1.S8 SVi of Lot 14 A 34%of meeting at the home ot PI\
N74 of NE'4 less 1 A In Corn In center of G..B...AV. Lot SS A all Lot 4 ___18 ( 22 10:1. L. Harvey _._-r, __' B.3S last Thurllday.Mis It L.
E Cor for .huroble 7 SO 78 T. D. Dyal _______ St.n Ry track opposite 'i"W ,- Lot 17, 18 In Woodlawn .18 ( 23 20 W. C., Blaney .______ 8.07 :
SH!I o* 8m'4 of 8W'4.811 4 31SI 10 1\fn. H..t.1' S.pp __ 10.17II mile poet marked 344 All Lot 26, 17 A SH of es Mary Rivers
of N1V' .of 8W'4 .__. 1 6 so w. H. Morgan ._ 11.01 from Macon A 41 from ".- Lot 89 A NH Of Lot 48, beth WbeeUey and! E l
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8KH of .... ,>44 _._.__1. 6 SI 40:1. D. Carmlch..1/ __ 12.1. Palatka A. run E onpaid ;,:d-".1" 44 A BH of Lot 61 In ChIna attended church
NEH of NE,, ..-.__--_-- 6 SISI 40:1. D. Carmlchael ____ 15,76n Ry track 127 ft,- II Woodlawn ___...__-._19 I II 40:1. L. Harvey -----r___ '.11 Grove last Sunday
AVVi of NWVV ________. _24 I 80:1. D. Carmlchael ___ 118.71 62 ft to a pt -of beer """ ., Lot. 47, 48 In Woo l..wn .19 6 II !0 H. Boyer .___ 10.80 Mr. George Bowere
Nit of NWV of SWH & thence S 8S7 ft, W 794ft.N116fttol.AL l, ". Lot. I', a3 In Woodlawn19 6 f2 20 8. H. Thomyeoa _._ 10.18 ville baa ot Jac
i All NH of NBH ofAW1k .-' Lot 49 60 In Woo<''ll.wnlt. II II JG Unknown ____.__ .... -r returned home
W of State :Farm Ry: right of way. theno. I WH of Lot SS In'We04-- pending the past a
Road "___.._____ "25 B 11 IS W. .H. Walnwrttbt _. 14.80u N 71 degree East on ,\ lawn .10 8 II 11:1. L. Harvey: .___. 2,04 mother Mr. Week wiry
BVi. of 8WH.ex l *q acre aid right of way: 867 )':,j" : Lot 19 f029,10 Myrtle Priest
Tn NW Cor ex also that ft thence 463 ft to p0of ;'I.'::'I "r "., Woolllawn _______-._..0 I II 4. F. W. Hall ,____.__ 11.05 A large Crowd of
portion N of traded ber-18 A ______.__ 4 7 81" 11W.H., Smith ____... 7.84 Lot 64. 56, 88,69In of this young
e county road running; W SVi of NVi of 8BH of \\O'f Woodlawn ._.________SO 11 21 40 :U. H. Carter ___, 16.SS community enjoyed! ,t Yo'
from State Farm road A NVS SVi .,i Com 830 ft B of BW Cor .. er roaat at Stephen
& W'4 of 8E1% ____ 11 HB M. 1* A Maud Wain. of 811IAto810Cor&3474 34 of 8E\ ex : of NBH of NWH A run Friday night. Lake
wrlg-ht .. _____ 41.08 K 39* ft, 330 ft, 8 896
B 21B __ __ 25.04 .__ S 7 ItB 38 B. 8. Jones _____ 14.94 OE' be __ SS 5 23B 8 A. J. Lowery Mr. and Mrs.
1'1',4' of SE" _______-_ -27 SO a. X* $app of SWU of 6EHS .. ft, W to __._... 8,69 Paul
W% of SW tt of %(:.. 11 20 Geneva. Thomas '.11I A In 80 Cor of-N34 of Lot 8, 6 Blk 1 Lawteyf5 S3 J. T. Reddish. ___-__ 18.11 vlBltlng Mr. Prevatt
1 HEH of SBHNBH --, _:H B 81B 40 Mra Maud Walnwrlfht 12.71 SH of SBH of 8BH .._. 7 11 8 Mlllard Varne ___ 1.0B Lot. 1, S. Blk 1 Lawtey__IS I S3B J. T. Reddish ___ 1.37, and Mrs Harm:
Of BWV_______ _S8s2H 21 40 8. C. Alvares ..._____ 1S.7B NBH of SEJ4 ex 10 A In Lot 8, 4, 8. 6 Blk' 1Lawtey Sibley of Lake Geneva this
30 NW'4 .. NW14 of 819 CorA HH of BH : ________.___28 13B. J r T Cath.rlne Tears_ 0.11 MI'II. Ellie Sullivan Vi
NWWt 8% 6 11 468 Empire Lumber Co._ ..... of 810'4.0' BBH, A Eli Lot. 7. 8 Elk 2 Lawtey _23 SS R.ddllh was vial'
: ot "NWH"911 of NWH of SBH _____ S 7 21 (0 W. H. Smith ___.__ 11." Lot 2 Blk S Lawtey_____.S3 6 S3B Mra Enoch Grlffl.U.90 her father and< mother, njr
'SE'Io _. ______________Ja.IS S 21B SOS Empire Lumber Co.._ ".n NW4! of NBVi 'V NWH Com 118 ft W of NB Cor Mrs. K. L. Grlffla last '.
!, SWK .. of Lot 4 Blk 4' A run
NAEo4 oIDNW% .______. 11 60 W. B. Bloodsworth_.. 10." tNSW1ot,8W-4 --K-4 S 7 21 820 Empire Lumber Co._ 13.11 8 100 ft. W 58 ft N 100 Mr. and Mrs. C. W wuZ,

N NWW A S 1b. "* NE1! of' NEk-WN4 A ft. E 68 ft to be*____38 SS "VT.; H. Edwairds __._ 29.57 children of Gum Branch
N V4lot, of NW% A "W IIE'4 ? ___________ 1 7 11 S48 Empire Lumber Co..__ 114.78 Lot 4 Blk 7 Lawtey ___S3BH IIII -, Unknown _"______ 72.90 lUng Mr. Were
; of SWVi A SVi! of NE% All 7 7 21 840 Empire Lumber Co..,__ 184.77 of Blk 8 L.wterU: B 11B W. C. ..* Jeeels. ." 49." and Mrs. 2 2 cr
of BWH A SBVi E 440 f!ofNEl44 ofNW*4 ", Lot 3. 4 Blk SS Lawtey.23: 11B = Ern, A. Grant ![!!! '.19 last Sunday.Mr. .
d _83 B 11 220 Empire Lumber Co..-__, ".11I 8 of branch A B 440 ft Half, Block 8 Lawtey.33 11 Abble S. Harley-: __HTIB 11.90 and
W. if NWlaf iVW'4 __14 6 11 21) Oenava Thomas ____ '..11'f'I of 8BM. of NWW > 7 SI 10 )lr.. Beery Dyal _-. ,_ 9.55 WH of Lot 1 East Law Mrs. Joe Grlffi

% of NW'Io ___ J4 S II 80 Empire Lumb.1' Co__ II." NBM of NEye A. SWy.-of toy _______ .__33 22 Unknown .,:,, ;.._ S8.88 children of Clay
SI'4 of NE'4 .. 74EV.ofN Ne'4 _.___ 1 7 II 80 W. If: Smltb ____ 17.54 Beg at NW Corner of Ittog Mr. crtftoytatri
s4 ______ ___.86 I 11 .0 W. G Clemon. ____ ,....a NW'4 of NWV.'___._ 9 7 It 40 Unknown ______ -18.74 Lot 8 A run 8 346 ft. B C. A. ,
About 7 A In 8B Cot of NFJ% 9 7 .1 160 Unknown _______ ...U 120 ft fora..rtaf.be ir, Jay.
A 8BH of NW%& Nw34 o! thence rnn m
i+ of30NItexplatt" land 8'W}; o7 ? It 80 Unknown .___. 21.74 100"it, W 60 fi; N"'100 FROST FOBECASTjvrT"
In NW Cor A SWH of 8E74.4 SWy. of ft to pt of beg Bait

{ NBH ex N 150 ft A ex E'AR :' _n_______________ 7 11 120 W. H., Smith __.__ III." Lawtet _____?_ Unknown. ._ ______.. 8.11 BEGINS IN STATE a
bes160 ft 8 of NW Cor NEW of NE'4 .I"aa a A In' Lot 1 Hub Div Lot IS MIDDLE
ot SWH of NBH A runS BW Cor _____________.10 T It 17 Volley McKlnney: __. 14.76 Kant I.wtey: ________ Unknown __ a.1It OF XOVEJl
119.1ft B 1434 ft 1 A off 8W Cor of NE<4 Lot 16 East Lawtey Gladys Green-,_.:__. '.79 GAINESVUZ&TA
al thence Northerly: 11e.Ift of NE% W of road ABWU Lot S4 .* Lot S6 A East special ta

W-12B1 ft to beg A of NBVi A BBH Lawtey -. M. Bell ._ __ 19.93 forecasting service for !
EH of NWVi of BEH _86 6 11 85 Laurie. C. Clemon._._ ...811 of NBU ex 7' A off Saiel. Lot 27 ,atLawtai_ L. J.L HIli : -;: 1:81: Florida< ,
vlaed
i per 150 ft 8 of NW Corof __....10 7 21 76 Unknown _.___' 18." Lot 29 Kaat Lawtey: __ Mrs. J. T. Moore __; !9.67 to forewarn growers so t
BWH of NBH A run 7 A on S side of SEtt of Lot 87 Kaat Lawtey __ Joe Cooper ____ ____ :7.: they may begin operations
B 869.8 ft. E 1414 ft to NB% _..___.._....10 ? 21 7 -{!', L. Cralfe _.___._' 8.55 Lot 41 -East, Lawtey ___ Marlon Samm :,__ 4.7 tectlng their tor n
right of way: thence NE% of _11 21 40 W. H.. Smith____. 8.85 Lot 45 Rant Lawtey ___, M.rlon 8amms __ ..11 crops in time, will
Northerly I ft. W W 1235 tt to beg Tn 8 4 of SW'4 ---11 7 !160 Ja* Kit _______ ".If Lot 48 East, Lawtey I. XRoblneon __" 1.11 vember and
r 34_..,".. --- -.a- II -It- I Maud W..lnrl."t _-. _- 3..71 B 10 A of NKVi Of NWU-.lt 7 It 10 Ja* Kite ___.____ 8.94 Lot 49 East Lawtey: -____ .Fannie Robinson ___/ 1.7 will continue i to A
: JJEV4 oNB N1914is 74 A I o NW14'!: Of _BW.J? .__ i._. It 7 11 40 Unknown _______ 18.74 Lot S Ott. Sub Div East according to information rece
Cor A ex about T AIn NW,>, DC NWy .. N Or Lawtey. Florence Bell __. ._ B.S1 by the State Agricultural
8B Cor A ex platted 8'4 of Lot 7 Ott. Sub Dlv East ?,

land' In 8W Cor .A ex NBU of NW'4y4&8N 8Wt tqoyf4 Lawtey ?- Fannie'Garner' __.___ a.Ot lIon Service from W R. Qrt
P); a etrlp ISO ft wide N A ,,, of l B'A A N.,. of Lot 16 Otts Sub Div East chief of the Weather
R. N of Blk 4& 7 of .._ ::.::_:;.. 7of NE'4 ._-....11 7,,11 160 W. II Smith...._ 11I23' Lawtey -_ ___._.'_.___ Unknown ____- __ (.81 Burea
?
Spring-, also +! *.. ... ._.- u_ .. .- 8NEl4 !]NE74 &'343074 N H of 8W"4 of 8E3V4 .A Washington.
: Vllbrgt portion of -;'1101 ,,, .. ..- .... of .e 8 NWU of NBVi B of road .- of ex 100 ft rl.btof 8W'4 of RE'4 of 8W'4"U 5 22 10 y- >- Ooodfllow __ .." service ?.
"IW1 ex 1'A1 A In >)W Cor .' ::::..:. _. .-. way road 18 -.__.11 T 11, 88 B. 0. Dyal -----..-- 86.18 NFJ of NKft of- NWH..24of 5 23 in Jv c- Gunter ______ 6.79 possible by state and federal]
ex. platted land' In SH NEVI of SWVi A NW'i of 8W SB'4 of SW
.I A ex a trlp ISO SBH: ..-.17 I 11, 80 I. L. da-den. ._-_---.- 28.84WU NW of SW\i of !!IW'4111 22 10. Ul1ntnown ?_______. './4 and
+ ftorN.A S N ot Blk 4 N'i of BEVYofSES A 1 Elf of N74 of 8E'4 of "TO, respectively, will be eta

i( Hellbron Bprlnse __...84 8 SI 4S Green A Mitchell __, 18.11I A In NE Cor of SWVI '3 NW'4 __ _____________.28 6 22 ls Unknown. -_____, (.91 ihoee which have been In _
NW'4 of SWY4 Ie SSI 40' W. B.. Norman ____?_ 11.7' of BBV4 ___._......_._17 7 21 11:1. T. A.M.: I. Otden.._. 7.52 8W'4 of NE'4 of BE'4 .. .
IW'IfiN',4! \' of I'IE'4 ..f BW'411 8 SI : SI Eddie A. Green _..___ I.U W74 of NBH _______..._17BVi 7 21 80 J. I. "-M. I.' Ogden____ 215.04/ w a A ot of tlon ,In California Washing]

1- Com at N w* Cor of Blk 4 N of 8BV4 _...__..!7 7 21 40 Volunteer of America. 8." 8W% of NEH4.JZ_____26 B 22 II 1\[. J. Bell ___?____ 10.n Oregon Texas and southern J
II', Hellbron Springs A run All _______'_____"_18 7 SI (40 Empire Lumber Co.__..184.69NWV& E8AofW1, of NW% bama.
.' N 180 ft. B 440 tt S :..- fo 3430434'jjj-1I .7 11 240 Empire Lumber Co.?_ 47.04 of SEW of NE1,4, ..!:... (22, S Harrison ,Paul J,__ _. 8.81 E. S. Ellison, formerly<
_. 110 ft. W 440 ft. to beg .... of W14 '' E'AI of S.S'A of $3014 of ?. nected with the frost foreca
1' at Hunt angle to A "" ---. .. ..._. .-.- 10 A of NWV48B 20 7 11 'BO Unknown ------ 17.S7 NE'4 !9 (22 .5 *aura. Coy __ ..17 service in California
,..r parallel with publlo .f -.:- i >1 ot NEV4 A NBVi 830+.. of SWH of NWU t SS Unknown __-HU __ U." will b
''dE road ex 1 Lot In NW AWt4 ________..20 7 11 80 Empire Lumber Co.16.13 All NEH of NBH of charge of the work in Flo
cor of ame 55 ft N A S All SEW orttE7I E of Ry-20 7 21 20 R. 8. Currency __.:== a:1I3: SWH B: 'of Ry. .__...._26 (22 F..' AFisher' ___, __ 11.10 Five other forecasters
by 150 ft B A W ______S6 II II Maud W.lnwrlsbt 11,61I NWVi of SEVi 20 7. 11 40 Ervin Dyal _______ 11.711 NWH of NWH of SBH A ? will L
v Lot 1, S .A W'4 of Lot 84 of SW14 ex ij NBCor WH of 8EC4 of NWU n cast daily minimum temperat
I t- 11, 11 of Blk 4 In A. E4! of BEVi ....21 7 11- 160 R. H. Smith A Co.___ 81.81 of 8BVi! A BH of SWVi for the following In ]
Hellbron (Spring _.__..e 6 11 -M': L. A Maud Wain' SWVi of NR% -__________31 7.11 40 J. A. Grave .------ l'..9 of NW 8BH ...26 I II 10 Presley & Tllarln Green 11.01 night sect
.r *- '- writ-tit -. -.__-___ 1.8' NN of SWiI A WU of NWH Of'11E'4 of 8EH __26 I sa 10 Hattie Strong ___ 11.90 assigned to them.
lk ,,:.!':: % 0' I NKU: of 8E'4--.22 7 It 160 II. H. Smith A Co.____ 11.11Of'Wt,4 2 A In SW Cor of NBH of -. '. Many fruit and
9.34774 ViAs1 J NWVI NWtl A BfiU 8BH of _________ 2 Uretta vegetableers j
'I Blk __ SBH 26 B 22 Strong ...:..___ 8.81
A Lot J1..2. 11, 11 Blk y.w: ; : d--" "- ---......-.-.... .... Fran of 8WWof ". 5' NH of NEHof SWHofSWH '. in the citrus belt, Mr. 0
7 A all ilk 80 ex Lot NBH, A SWVi *" 4 ,. points out are
\ S A 10 Hellbron/ Spring 16NWH 8 tI Maud Walnwrifht __ 8.54 (or Lot 4. 6 A. WH Lot of SWH ofuSWKxwx . "'! equipped to |pr
of NWH ________ 1 6 SI 40 Elam Iawle ______ :13.75 A Lot 9) ..- -?S3 7 11 170 Jo* 'UekelburtT.' _----. 114.71 100 ft ma to C. B. Ben .f'". '. '.1t ,I I. '''1' .-', their orchard and fields a
,y6 MH of NWVi of SWVi.___ INWH 6 11 SO Unknown .. _.-__-_ e." AI1 WwC;; or Lot:; .e: ?' nett A SH of SWH of C 4'II!.' 'f.?I r destructive frosts and freezes I
"'4 of IIW'4 .-.___.__- 8 6 SI 40 R. V. Alvare 13.75 5 N of publlo road ANBH .... 8WH exTi' 420 ft .. ,.J l'1ol.c; aS.8W74 '.
f." Ay, of 8W14' ._______.___ 1 6 SIH'Z 80 Empire LumberCo... 11." of NWVi or Lot S2S 7 SI 48 Unknown1'' -. ____. 26.98 of NWH of 8B:% I ', >to, with dependable local warn!]
w14 nf NIC% EI% of 3074' of sau NE'411 7 21 20 Mr Nlihey .V.Goodwin 10." \.f ...__... B, 23 .20.. X, I* HarrII. A '. 1091 they will be able to begin <0
it NWV. __ -----.-...-- -- 1 .1 160 M. C Rosier _.____ B4.68 Casino bath house A rry", W"4 of W\--: NW of t .1. .. ; o'T .. ;. bona in
:1 e NW'4 of NW'4 _______.__ II 4 II 40 J. A. Row w-.____ 11.40 around about NWv of 8W+4 time to prevent lie
( 8W'4 of .. 8E" of 400 ft B A Way 100 ft ofNWaNt4ofN117eof damage.
;;Z' NW'4 wNS NWo of s1I1'4.. 8 1 11 120 H. 3. Kolllnt860 ___ 88.18. N A S on lake shore.._. 7 11 F1. Z. Dick. __.;..__. 11.11 SWH, ; of. NWH. _28 5 22 SO, Gertie Browning __ 18.13
NI.4o .x NW'4 Ben at run of branch run Ml U N* Lot22a Beside warning growers of j
I it 5% of I'IW'4' ________ 7 I It EmpIre Lumber Co..-_ 70,14 N A B at a pt on Sea -----.1.I I 51.. 4 rfkl. a I> ., Lot S3. U. !-, III gerous crop weather the to:
E'" ____.__- 11 80 R. E. u___ 26.85 line run B A W Ham ". !\ NH Lot 40 In Wood .
j 'yof Nmt ,_.___ ..__.11 8 11.0 N.. '1'. Rude.:_____ being; SB Cor of Buryl ..u lawn _______ __28M > 5 23 60 U. H. Carter _....._-__ 2'11 era in Florida will check the
.f: N: of H .A NVl ot I I'r Beaeley lot beinga -19' : J--. ,:,- 'at. Lot 61, 64 In Wood- ", .. eterar and equipment used in I
4' NWVi Of [WH ___ 1 4 11.0 Jeff Lewi --?---.- 19.12 plot of land SH A lying 4 e W- lawn .29 1.2 10 Wesley Crews __ II.U orchards tell
; tnI''
';, S.WH of AE N ....___---11 0 11.0 leaae Dell _______ 11.71 I Ina *q In SB Cor of r' Lot S In Wondlawn..SO 5t22 10 8. H. Thompson ..Z._ '.e, growers v
,V' W ut..li.Yi" ".,,--- Ji BO1G Unknown ._ _____ IIUa Sea 24, also 8 A of land ,..- r "N", """ ." W; JI' r :I. Lot 37. 4B, 6S 10'H Lot .. to place thermometers and
.f NE --- -?
-- --
Lot 65 .
Mary Rlley A run 58, t7,> (S In, '
,, Hvj: ofNBViof N EA' J lotW. Woodlawn ., __._ __..11 S SS 40 Mr Maud protecting from frosjORDRir
10.44NWy. .
ofof : _If SO E. C. Lewis ___ --t,_ N 50 yd* to Llvln .. > Walnwrltht- 12.70 crops
E'%" of 8 : ii 1.11 40wl'run'\: r 'I Lot .. WV4 Lot 11 .ANVi
line !
U of 8W _____..___-le 40 W, H. Smith. ____._ of. branch ton thence W ; I.. 10ot Lot SS A Lot OF 8VIII.lr4.TIO"

). N'. & SW\16\ NWK of 101.70 B SS _..-i ... ...- IS In'''Woodlawn T.i18tRMi B 32 SO L. R. ._ -
__ 1. 6 11 SID Empire Lumber Co.___ 18* :yd*. 8 178 :yd Starling --:_ 14.00 NOTICE! TO APPKAR
.1.., E"* SEH""SH"of" I ids to BW Cor of said t..les _. l"l r'il.y Lot It In Woodlawn.31 B S3 S Mr*. Villa l'IU1rJllle' 1.811 I: NO'J'Jt"IQ; I* hereby given 10
16A 6 21 120 W. B. Smith __- 24.05 I lot thence bounded "" ..-. Lot 1, S In Woodlawn _.SS I II 10 Wesley: Cr.w. _______ '.11 'NIB MCCULLBY and hue l
KH: BW 4l&NEY of-- --- I -S A In SBH of 14 te!'-ro n Lots K, IS In Woodlawn _82 B S3 20 '4aud "W.alnwrlbt 7.n UEQAUB; :MCCULLEY and oil
",; N 101.76 at said .w41. ; -if'" .-. ..".-- Lot 61 .4 In Wondlawn; SS8BU 5 33 SO Ernest Wilmott _.__ 7.17 of 200( Irvine Avenue BS
you
\ m... ._____....___._n 4 It,, (10 Empire Lumber Co.. ., I BBH. also beg r..
l
h. __..______ / .11 40 W. H. Smith ___.__ =. 8.31 branch at BW! Cor of J. '" NBVi of ami .S3 6 22 10 Mr*. Pinky: Thomas.. 1.711 lyn New York that you ud|
,t 8W olofEl4 %__ _____I,1 I 11 80 Minnie Phillip ____. n." T. easels lot .A run N 'c:! ,: All EV4 ot NEVi-34114ooff t ol :you have been made penal*
l'). ____?._ __.U 4 .1 840 Empire Lumber Co..... I..... 408 ft, W 680 ft. B 408 ,- ._. .' 'f' 7 ,I. road A EH of fondant In that certain c.ati
All '__ ------_ --.__11 1 11..0 Empire Lumber Co._.. U.... ft. S) 680 ft to he*-6 AIn .. .,. NWVi' 3ytovf'"TtW BHOf title Tb* Federal' Land BH
+ SWH of SBVi Of BEH_......14 7 11 11 W. N. Brown A J."W.Naplet .of CnluMb'.PI.'ntlff.' versus Mid

', :; BH NEH of NWU* 8WHBU ______.10 8 SI ISO. Mfnnle .Phillips ...__.. n." .'"\._ .. _...____.k___20.81 W1of: $- -----------i-' : $4' I 22 59 J., H.. ,Moore. ?__-__?- 89.61 Vosrcc Widow, et al., Drfunf Court

!. of NBH A Ot NWVi NWViHV of -.-.I _... ..1r.r Com of SWvf 250 ft ot W NEH of SB A run Cot -" Flvwr I:. .. I.\V'4 ._ :__..14 1 U' 8 Jfr. Pinky Thomas,, __ 8.11 Bradford pandTnefn'theCircuit County: Florida In 4eery
NBVLWVi 7 *., r "tr of NW<4 of 8W'74 ,_26 6 II SO Unknown __-. __ 11.90 ,- said cult beingfor th> iclosureot
it 76.61S1.I2 ft to Etl *
< tG t Lumber Co. _. N about 1085 center
"I' 210 Empire .....* .; of ___II I U 10 Ja. Jone -_ H Mortgage covtrlnlfollowlnar"
.1 l': ? 'oFNEvV""B"BvT"orNWH of ditch running E L.,461 .... '4 l!ll T;:!;;: An t474W'N7of" NW7A. __< e'N a described land .1 IfIyln
....
B about -I.. .t!
I? fNBw'1, 'H of A SWHA WM .,' .. 'K k. ." ..* a., A 360 W It thhenence In a NE __ ivsyw of NW l4 'riVJ, of B 4 r. r .. and being In Bradford Cd
,
SH of NW'Io of NWJ4 Wo ar 4.rRy Florida to-wltt 1
,, of BWH SBVi ______21,8WH a SI 860 W. H. Smith __.__ direction along center N > of P|
Col N
4
: IVi A 8W
4W the El R ---/ 'A' ax Cem.tery ; Ther NBH of "
S; of aald ditch I to ::: : : ,
of % A NH of ; : 4 of 8E
Vrline I HW
_
A : U 6 II 16.J.. L. Barrel Co 1 In NB of
A 10.04 acre
________ 81.11 of NBH, thence 8 "T .
0 7 SWH A-SBVi of 8m.U ( 21 1(0 W.. H. Smith to SB Cor of sold NBH. -'U\H:' A4e4d'; e "' :u..;a! .iP''I. '. T"thence E'AI n' NID& tog East of rennin ''I
B* of BH of NBH of : ....1. 'r- : NE34 ofWNW34Jof 1 1 21 160 A. H. A Fannie M aid' nuarter, and f B% n' "
NWH A EH of NWHSSBBH 1 11 58 O. C. Cro by _____ 10.12, W to be ; 40 A, _. 34. West ut' GIn .
d ..._______SS 1 II 40 W. S. Slbley ___ 11.75 also com at BW Cor of ,,,. % of Green ____ S1.S5 except two acres In
:
of NBVi all
__ 4 Grlffle j
.\\j! SWVi\ of NBH: A run 828 ..... 1iIot 8W SE __ I 12 10:1., M. ?______ 7." Southwest cornir
NE Of SWH SH Of 8' of of' N .' 3 0 21 18 0. V. Nelson ____ IS, Township 7 South Ran
N CI.a. N\y __ 9.81'B
i!IF UWVi ____.a 6 11 110 W. H. Smith ______ ".01 :ydto line, thence ,, _; of ,
of E% ot. SW < East.-
!,' ? B'm'ot NE .33 6 11 ..00.. C. Cason --- .... along line 70 yd*. W ,. "tw'I.. .1"f'I.( r ... I' of l I
: W"" o 883 to W line of ..... .... II' 30' __ ____ ___ 4 1, II. 15 BradfordCounty. Bank. (.14 ,Also We.t half RW'4Of
yds
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rr '
i\V Nfl. 41i .0.1 -. -- & o3 c Town 7
811I'4, of NWVNEH 10
dot of NBH. '4.- .. W74 hlp '
SIt34NW73 Co... aid BWH
81
I'tf 1 -- / .HO Empire Lumbr 8.to bear-4 .. ... 1.. NW% of N3074 ____.__ 4 I II 50 A.I. Bryan _..._.s._ 0.11 n' NK% of NEW. .weep
thence Ser'
or I'rl&"J.nw rJ. e+ ....... ._--- also beg at NE Cor Al .' ..' of NBH -.______ I 0 II 40 Ernest Wllmott ___ 12.75 acres off West side of
1A J .: : 3I A. run n! ,. I. NWH of SWH'%A B 6 A Township 7 South nnKaat "
t; ::r. Y t'\D.\\ \0 1 NWH of SBH ee0' of 8WVt of 'SWH! .A containing no acres 'In,

I(!" Lot A BMi of Lot 6____11I 6 11 100 W. H.. Smith .________ 20.76 ft.166 B ft,570 W ft 570 to ft,betA N -165 ..,..t y1 II ..",.- + if''p vy7J of 'NW 14 ________ 1 .a S3 1S6 Fannie E Patte ...-. 43.0g .r Therefore, :you and ..'nsrH" ''
t All Fracl part Nee 16 e.111 100 tt right oC:0': ;;j NE'4 of SID% of S1P%__ I 8 81 10 Ernest A. Wllmott w_ B.4S named In thl* Notice are .iaCompialnt
\1 E\iof, NEt,4 A E.% of ex road 18 -.14 ? 11 e4 U. D. Drat ______ 17.01Ny" 8m", of 830o! 8304-i 11 6 81 10 G. L. Kersey" ._? 8.45 anlr.d to Appear to the .
.V. a 8m ________9eM' 6 SI 400 W. H. Smith _.______ 71.10i way ak--OT--100??tt 30y4 of BW ___ I .( S3 80 Jab.nl Parmenter' ___ '8." .o filed Isalnot A. lat
i NE--- FraclSWH _* 9f NE'4 II." NH"ef NWNWH A-W774 Of 'the> th day: of October
BH of 1 road 11__ IB8VI 7 11 'l7.1. D. 'r..te ___.__ < Starke.
ES of FraclSEHex rte U tPI NBVi of SEVi__17 6 SI 110 W. M. Smith ___.__' as..' o3SWo741114&74of \ 8E'. of SBH of BWH8H III ford Florida will; l h'r3 bs r
... 8 S'4ofNWex of BWH of SBViB .t Decree pro Glonreseo

"i'/l."/ ', SVVoWfHNI.. 6 SI (0 Emplr. Lumbar Co___ iliac road 100 ft 13 right_______of___way_..18 7 11 (9 J. J.** "fao Brannen. 21.05 5 A ?_,-____-r__ 14 11 15 Thorn !Morrl ..___, '.10.18 'I against :you and each of *\
' ,1:' NBHIBH BmMh 78.10 8307. 1 6 21 lio Jornme Thlr.h ._ 10.$ failure to ,1
Coil
A Not
.PPd".rt'h
H.
W8E ___.37S3 7 11 400 R. 4-( TU t Ms
N\i, A NH of SBH "
';Pi % Of NVi A WVjofNK4 _______11 7 160 Glasgow. American 8H of 8WH of NW741 6 88 SO Hall. Edward.___.. ,'.44 I la week 'of tos.cotl.tweeks
__ ____
SW" a
published once
A NBH of NW% Investment Co._.__ I' t- wV of SWH ASA In \ the Dr
%' A 8fi of NWVi 8Vi _.18NE a 11 617 W..' H.. Smith ..-_, 111.15 83074 ___ ____ 1 21 40 Unknown _____ lSi.76 8W Cor of NE'4' o8W4 In new.P'v
of 8E'4 27. a
'
: ." BWV of & of 8B4: County Telegraph, *
:) EI.{, 0 NWIt, WK AI(74( I 1ft
.29 I 11 110 Jaeper Brown .___ ft." t NE74 & of ..___ __ a 6 S3 lI.n ln.' afBerBl circulation
;'l NWV ? -' NW74 47 __ ___U 7 21 120 B. H\Bmlth A Co._. __ 81.81 of SWf J JAJ Jecome Thlrsch ___
') N\I. nt-8E% & 3411ofNWtQ of-8Wx EI.4o of NW'4 of NW74__.. 9 4 S3 10 Lfccy D. Rldon ___ 9,168Et5 County'' 'Plorld"t'A )935
__ ___._____... 1 11 110 J. A..7.'MCKinney' __ n." :m% of BWH .. 7 11 100 Glasgow "American N1\f'4\ A E% of :r ll'l.d) THOlA .
__ _
__ .._.19 S 11 W. H. smith ___._, ...11 3074 of .BWH ---x-1 1NWH 4of .
... IIE'4 of BElt, .- .0 ? Inv Co __ _____ ..... : & Court
All ____.._________.0 4 11 IN Bmplre Lumber Co.,.._ t..... .' .k All 8'>10 -o-4- .' 'BrVdford Count: al30.51i.27 )

''tt.ti,,. All u,_ASWVi __E'___._of__NWU______A__11 I 11 UO Empire Lumber Co.,__. 114.77 of of Ry NEH*__...of..._NBVIB ____-29 .T 11 8 R. B.'Burrncy: --.- 7.87 I W Ry-34 Of Wit of NW74-30 of_10 6 22 194 Wm..E.Yarbrouth. '_ ".01 /- :

', .*.,. of SI411: 1 11 410 Empire) Lumber Co.--. 101..' Beet of at NBH NW*Cor run ot B NWVi 210yds. I '" __ '-__ ____ 1. 22. 10. ..1n J.. Bailey .__.__ 6.76af&lW I tUCTIOt :
,
Ey of ex 'NWof -
Lot 1 or SBVi 8' A WW 't.lddletnn. maltt
.\: 6H A In SID Cor ______81 6 11 76 W, H. Smith _____ 18." B!. 116H yd*. N S 8W'4. olW' ,, Florida. by vlau 1

'=l!4 Lots I, S, 8 4 A NWH 310 yd W 116Hto __1d._ __28 7 11 M. J. Byrd ____ $.12 w<* of Elb of City' of s..rk". led In me byherebycaU
.__. B Mr .,
8WH of 8WVi _______8S 1 11 .rO W. H. Smith. __ B.10 beaWH 21744of SWVi ItSBif 4 31 160 VT. E.. .TarbroutV ..._ 81.41 t lolt'h electlun to
NW74 1 A to ----
Lot ? a, I. 4 or Fracl of ex 13 40 of of ... ,. .. .lnJ aforr.
;"\" s sac 15 _...-.__.___.....35 6 11. 240 W. 1L Smith _-___ SMS NEVi chnrch of NBViNH __ .___._____._.-_.80 34 ; SI 81 79 40 Mrs.Unknown D. J. .Byrd_:_._._.., _.,_...n. 11.1' 8EVi -BBVi-___I1I.NW'4_______,_-11. a **. 80, VTm.:B.. Yarbrough38.04- I at the the elty qulIfle In. voer.o'the onor
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"l Lot 1 or NVi of NBH of NW14 of NW74..86 7 81 20 Mr*. Len Gault__--_ I." B:", oC 83074 af : 8epteomber-IOtti.. .
;I." Lot 6, S..7. 8 or Frael8H ..... N1114! of N1Y74 ------36 7 81 40' Emma Moehlenhard __ 1I.t1 WNW'"( __ ________--U f. .", 10 Wm Mahler :;__.. .... of electing' -theCJeew. fu/iue/
N of 87 ________88 21 110 W. H. Smith _-_ pose
il I : All _.___: __10 4'' 38 840 R. U Black Co______ S.a.11 oC.SWH of SBWH 874..16 .. .,
''t' Lots l, 1. t, .. or Fracl8eo .. C..l..... of BBH of : 11 80 Blanch L Whltten. 1014
'ir _____ __ ___.. 8 7 11 81( W. H. Smith _..._ n.11All All _-___.__.----_ 1 88 .40 R. L.1In.,1e; ? One tl.II.
-i 8 of-B. A.-- U- Ry An ______1. 4 38 (40 R. ; Co___. 1..4. BH! o. BBH o? BBJ ___11 S II. 20, ,II., .. 4te,..Y nig ___. 10.96. Two : ,
8RH An exBEK!S1IJ%___" 4 88 too R. L. Black a Co-.. tU." NBH! of NEH A' m'Al' of'" r One clerfc treasurer tat
A NEH of SWH of A 814of An _.:. _.14 4 83 (40 R. L. Black Co.____ 142.$1 NW.'V. of NIt'4 of I.-I_16 8, S3SH (0 Green, A.Mitchell ___ 10.33 030&. tax cale.mrtOno'tnar.helG
BWH A BH NWVI 830 -
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t' 743070&!: v,4 Com 'at NB Coy % 'J.< T ,
of BWH A Lot 1. 8 or NN74 N34 of NW7i.-16 4 88 100 R. U 81.ck'. Co__ '..11 of NBH.A!: run S 716 ft Inspectors of paid .1..tIO
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ti NWH A NB Lot H 1 or lying VraolWftof N All _________________1. 4 38 140 R. L4 Black C._._ "'.88 W 48..t Northerly 744 ..oter'....-N. Icendrlck. R'oIn
: S3 LT Co1$2.73 ft. E 386 ft to, beg ex
SE1p .t SE'4.1t 4 (00 R. ; Black '
All .11
A w of Cornelia 8t ar- t1' : N t A S S3 ( Gilbert : wher" r
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Dixon "
All NIO'4 nf 8W'4 A ex ------u.----n t.aU"on" !
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cording to plat ofBampson k .
&. City ex Lot. 13074 of lE74 ______18 1 83 (80 R. ll Black .. Co10'.11 1 A In NJD Cnl' of 8BH of 4 subscribe. mr: name o deS.eal'o

I'i .___:__. ___ 6 7 11 100. : kmlth __ n.l'T. AU _-_____ 4 SI (40 R. L.. Black III UI,4'E NBH B of Stater -R ad .theh".I.lt 11a001; 10
W.eH. No. 18 ,. 18 8 litO. L. 8app',.. : ,..__ 4.54
V of NN74 .. Eof -??- n fixed ..
8 8. 4 6A .
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of __16 8 SSS3 20 '
NEH Unknown 10.96
77; '' Lot Lot 9A.DiC 10A.U,11A 19, SO 13A A .1, Y;f!!\11,6'. ';.."..eIA :'I(!" NBV SFJ", 30 of Rlver_..of........SONBH 1 SS SO* R.'t.'Elack, .' ("0__ 31.1, NWVi SWVof '. ... --17 4 40 Jtrom TDlrscs. __ 18.84 D. 1136., w. n.l11I4Iato.. ..

] *. 149. 16A 14A off I \' _______-_______.13NH 4 SS 10 R. L. BlackS3 Co___ ao.' wHotfNwKH ---._--.11 8 H 40 .J.rpJIW Thlrsah '__ 14.49M
i'l I' Blk 4 A all Silt i ex 't 4'1 {" ..; -\M.Lots10AIIA,11&21 ', NBH of BBH!: __.___31,, 8 860 R.. CBlack,. A ".01 Wl-8 of NWH..n et NBlPr 1S 'Q, C;, H.. Caartningl" -:..-r... '! (SEALj."P" )
r4, BVJ'oC "' BWVJofNBVi Att""t.
A Lote 1 .. 4 of Blk 8A '. A 8\a" f NWH 11 1A, NJD\4.\ of CARL-JOHN....
y1! Lot 2. 8, 4 of Bill ,.. J'" 'r.- p to Na TIWH. of N'\ '" & BH__84 4 33 (60 R. U. Black A Co_' 121.19. SWVi NW'4 of _NBVi_ :-A---BBVi---a oF.11 6, II, (3 Gad, ] Tyson. ,. _. ,18.82..., City ..Clerk7.9at26 "... -
of
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5 9 A Lot 3.of 4 of Elk Bill 10 A a ri/ {', : SBH .. .11. 160 n.JlI.c1C Co..... UI.8I NWIo4 ___- .--'-_______18 S 31 80 "m. TJ'aov ___ tt.,
A Lot 8. 11 .
4 ; ULH.?-- .
p.;' Lot I. 4 of Blk U: Al NH of NWH( ..-...--_--.86WU 4 ss 10 R. L. Black .. Co_ 11." Nt!. of IIW.... 01 8"1'4 .. .n' .,..
i:.. ..ot. 6. 4 of Blk la A. .' of NEH of NWH_ SNBVi a 30 Carson M OrlfflsR 1.01 BElt, of 8'W 11 6 113. 60 Ellaabetk,{ D.Sut ia.s;
.1 2 2as '
Lot. 8, 4, 48 10 18 of '." of BWH ._______., S II 40SS U Black A CoHarvey .__ .11 NW... of SWH .x 1NB Al' a J
Blk 14 A Lot. 1, 4. S, W Lot 39 40 41, 43. 48. 64NV. Cor for church --IB, "4 II 39 Ell.: "be4h. DeSue.' .13.08. ..
... 8. 10, Jl 11 ol Blk M S --U 1 '60tl 3. L. __- 14.41 8% Of SWH of BWH le.* ;
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W !. 1 ,,28 14 Unkaowar.. 2.21 6.JI
tot A II .S", '
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II. L. ICU : & .Yo: 1116
.'f .. .. Of '. 'f kwo11 33 80 Fred Conner __ .. e' PWS ., :, -;-., *
IUk 11 .A. In Lot. n. I' In
'?i "ow of LouteaN Fovrth. f 'I ISt. Wood law. ll I 28 ''40 A J., Starling .......n 1'1." I .
7 for Let l' A Lot 11. a Lot. IS, lt, I' -n------ road ._?.., .-, ........,,21 8 11 20 j..W. Edward: 14.18 .-...1J1D ; .....pWR TOil
'W004I11 Ie Ja known .... ....IftR
4. '' /sf 81k 11 Lou j. laws -_ __ I II ----- '
1,1.9.4 of81ke&ail. I of NBVi: ot s1E74: ..-.16 6 20 10. 0. Weekley, Trust 11.90 xnuBHM.* Fag4a OA&I'1G

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841. 1935 ,
) AI'G..ST BRADFORD COUNTY TILEOR.ipn. STARKE FLORIDADeavrlptlon ". .- -
PAGE SEVKWS
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DIMSCTOttTVPTiST I.... T -- -- -- ---- -- -- -- -- -
CHURCH R.A Owner ..i
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All SEVi of NWU *x: 5 e.eIe nrwrlptloa_ pea T R A Owner !:::BLot 1).lIoa .... T R A Owaer &Tae t:.... .
CHURCH A In HW Cor & ex: lit 1 BIK 1, Temples Ad.
A In NE Cor now own dltlnn to Starke _. .21 6 ZJ !!I1C'4 of I'tW'4' ot NWV'_ ,11 1 II 10 I'.ne: Orlffls S6
Unknown
f -TC. B r** Patop ed by John Covlngton Lot 13 rtlk It;. TempleAddition -- ;; -- ---------- 14.01 NI4I Of NW-, of SWlL 1 JI: 10 deck A Oregg I7.rd.

3c o'clock a. m., & W. U. Kulil-.4V\, ._ 861
Ehy, "** 10 8 IS 25 Pate Cla-nett Lot e, 7 Blk to Starke: 10. Ternplea SS 6 S3 tlnorge F. Scott _______ 355 Slat I N' __.It 1 tt t/0 t}pnowna __._ -_. 4704
Bupt ( A l-SW'Cor of sfui4t.U _____ 17.84NW Addition to Btarke.SS 8 S3 NN'y of ___. .11I 'I It 40 Mre, ago B. D... __ 6.63
'/ Worship.ll a. m. % being 540 ft N A Lot 14 Itlk 12.: Temple Mr. -. H. Smith ------ TO.'II Ntp .t Ii1I1H __ ____.18 7 sa 80 W. O. 8eal. _.__ 16....

Orlldg H by 88>1V. ft H & W-__'11 8 13 5 Arthur nrym ..__ 11.55 Addition to Stark. __ .Si 8 SS Mrs. Clara 8lstrunk.3,31 Sh.y Nt or NW'1 :::::: Ie 'I U 130 Ines Iv.y Pollar&___ 119ft
m
of
U. 6:45: p. WV4 of Ilk ISof R S W Lot S Hilt 2/. Temple. All ? nr NW'4 NWI4'W
p. 'worsblp 8 p. m. 114ofm1k38ofR 4 Addition to Stark _.!8 g H or Icy ___________.t't 1 II n M' K. McOrud.r ___. 470
lag Wednel.STeac W In Temple; Sub Dlv.ll 6 S3 10 John Covingtoa Lots 1. S. s. u Elk 'n. Mr. Mlron Harmon __ 3.55 I'W'4 of 5E14 .__ ._____11 'f II 80 Inu Iv.,. Pollard ___ 1198
_
MeetlD g, W ..n
44oCBlk1aorHSwex Risings Addn tn W'O of IiIW\; of NW IW'4 ..
1 A In NE Cor A EVi Lots A. a, C Hilt Starke.SS 1.-8 11 Unknown ....-- ..81 of NWt4, of 8W..1I 1 II to n. d. Dy.l ?_______ 1406
7:10: m. a ot W In Wynn Addition COIn at 8E Cur of S..o 10a \
Wed
eSwMhomst Pk service Tem tee Div to .
Prayer ; Sub ______!! 8 83 0 Staike _.__. .. run W 860 ft N .
: NWVI of Bilk ft IJI of R 3 t>. I. Lloyd ________ 15.S5 Lot. --8, /. 5..<< Bilk_18 8 S3 Boyd Holloway ._.__ 18.05 138 a-l0 ft tl) .. lit 01 bot''!

,8p.c W A N'E1.ot Blk 8 S 1, Aowll DI. __ thence N 1113
.18 6 11 L. V. Bowline. 11.II 8ttOJtitift.
of R 8 W In Temple Blk 1, IS Lot, Dowllng --- -- 103 ft' 8 106

G7lllrohel Pastor. NWJi Sub of lily 1 Blk- '-3 of R-I.U 8 S3 5 Unknown -.___ 1674 Blk Su 3 I..Division, Not 8uhDlvPowllng .._..,_.-_IS 8 S3 L. V. DowllngB. ______ 1334 to lit 111 beg 1-10____ft_._ W 450II __.19 1 12 D. W. 8wlndeU __._ 1111
Add
Montgomery
Lot 8 In Kesslere to
a. S M. m. of w&BWy4ofHlkBB R 3 W & 88 ft wide I Lot 1 nik Snb-DlvlHlon. 1, City Park---,-IS 6 S3 J. Dowllng- .._._._ 1476 LoJ.. l\l O liu--------------1$ T II Emma Mlxon___,, 7.1379S

&orsblp-ll H A W by 830 ft N A 8 S/D 2 : :
ilDdaYg a. m.forth 4 W A C'. Addn to
Hampton 19 1 II Unknown ._____ ,1.
on XI aide -
of BBVi ot Stark ? -
: m. I\ ------------..SS S -Vnknown ..-___...._ 175 Lots s. 4 111k 11 rn
W8S"9-T:13: p. EIk8Sof R8 W alao ,. Lot 0 :
10. 11. 13 Blk S.
t _..19 1 II Mrs F. P. Croft _
__
that portion of SW'I ----- -- list
WorsWp-8:00 p. m.EiVe City park 8/D W A Ca Lots 7, 8.n9-- 3i i I
of SW% of NKV4 con. Addn to Starke SS 6 II W. N. Johnson __ 486 ____..____ __,12 78 IIfr. 8'
:invited to all these serv- tamed In last two da*. :.. '" Lot 4 Elk 1. City Park Hampton P. Croft ._?_ 17* \
Lot S MID of SWof
crlptlonH. also !
com at $/D W A CTs Addn to
pt 176 ft N of 815 Cor .... Starke -.. __ -II 6 S3 Mr*. B. H. Smlt h-_.._ 1.75 NW\4 also known a. ,1{
of land owned by Jen ..; Lot to. 11'Blk----S. City N3 Hampton, uf NIil'"llelghta.. 8W'4.of.10 T II Unknown _. ______ loll

'retIbyterian Church nle Hagnman & run N Park SDv A C'* NEt4 I..."3 A. n 01 ..
) 486 ft. W fl.5 ft, 8 488 Addn to Stark -__- .-_.IS 4 II Minnie L. Redgrave.1,16 A 8y. or NJIioot NW\16 way .
: George; H. towry Minister ft, B 615 ft to beg all Lot 5. 6,/b. Elk S, Cltv less J A In 8a t'ur.ad 1 II U8 Ines Pollard __. 48.6t

-Sabbath .SchooL In Temple Sun 1)iv.It 8 II IS Ben Dell --------- SB.44 Park TV. A a Worship 81kISofR1 WaF.4y: L01t to Rtarke --------SS 8 88 T. R. Young _..._.__. 815 N\v of IIWH: of 811:% ex ,
!: h. 3 Morning ; of Blk8SofItIW In ft Blk: S. City Park A In NW Cor..10 1 II 18 Laura Alexander __ 667
pastor. SWV4 of NEV4 Temple. 8/D. W A C'. Addn to NS NW14 5 11 A In

bY tle Christian Eu- Sub Dlv __,._-- ___31 8 S3 IS Ben Dell __?_____? S3.34 "mit -38 6 11 Unknown .- ---_____ 148 mot('or _______..._. _11 1 II 18 m.. Ivey Pollard _._ It.7*
30 p. IlLJunior Lot 4, 6. 8, D BUt 1 Lot 15. S-Cltr Park flJ1)4 nf 8W14 ____________13 T II to A. O. 1".l'IIall. __._ 11.68 I
Plnehumt Development. 6 S3 Hall Edward __. 1614 S/D W &: C'* Addn to bl1, of NE9 & E" of ".
Lot 7. 8 Blk 1 Fln.hurt -- Starke -____.___ _21 11 Nora BiasUnknown. ._._.._ 176 HW41 ot NE'4 .11 1 II too A Sullivan ____.__ 1167SO
;'po m.EvenlDg'Worahlp. Development __S1 6 S3 lire. Maud Wainwright 11.SS Lot 4 Blk 8. City Pnrle W ot NW\16 or AWV4 ...IS 1 sa 10 1. 1If. Andrew __. 8.U
Lot 1, 3 Blk 8 Plnehurat 8/D. W A" CTa Addn to N .t NEt4 & 814 of

Chrtatton Church Development ----______S1 6 S3 D. W. Kelley -----. S16 Com. eE-.ldrw; iit'lS: 6 S3 ...--.-__. 1.75 WV of Nlt1li _____81 1 II 100 Unknown ._ ._____ .48 1';.
Lint All NVi of the following on NY, of t1P:14 or shlS ex

lev %W. T. McGuIre Pastor described. parcel of St at NW Cor of Bap.tlat fiy right of way_ ____.27 II 18 Tyd.n Tarn _.__._.__ 711 .. !\
10a.m. land: NH of WV4 of Blk68ofR1w&Al1E4y Pnmnnnge Lot A B.K At Nbl 'ur of 8141 of I
isle School, run H 210 ft. N 70 ft. NEI4 ot NW'4 run 1:1: '
union, 11 a. m. of 81k8Sot81 W S W 310 ft to Walnut St. W 120'4 ;
7 myet NWVi of Blk 8 S of R S thence 8 on said St to N IOi1od.'d; E I2OiOyd. ;,;
,H than Endeavor, p. W In Temple Sub-Dlv8L 6 33: 5 Unknown 576 beg In Starke __...IS 8 SS '- D.', B. Knight _____ 040 to ".11I .II 'l II I Unknown ._,___.__ 510
meeting Wednesday 7:30. S 83 ft of NWVi of Blk 1 -- ----- The S 350 ft of the lot .< All ex4 NW WBCor ta
S of H 1 E A N 18J: ft lowing described vleoe> .'. fly I Aof nN r .
I of SWVi of Blk 1 S ot of :ro tro.I.n'd: : NWI4 of $: W'4---U< 'f II 'f0' O. W. Saxon ____._ 1407
ichlng Second Sunday 11 a. R1 E&S82ftofN Beg SW nelr at HW Corof N 10of ",
of SKVi of Blk 1 8of old to Mr*. T. T. L""f ''"I NIC', .A run N Sid .
[sod 8 p. BI- B A NVi of 8<4 .of by S J Temple A run yd.. thence H In a Sou. '
8E14 of Blk 1 S of R 1 B 14 degree 8 41 fr thvrly direction SCSI yda e .
Baptist Church E. also beg at SW Cor thence H 14 degreeS4 to publlo road thence
owwoocl of NHVi! of Blk 1 8 of ,i- 319 ft, thenoe. W 14 de. HH slang public road .
L G. Homlngway, Pastor R 1 E & run 'Northerly green S 81 ft thence N 174 yd*, thonc* B' ** .
; every Sunday., Bible S3 ft for a pt of beg 14 degree* N S3* ft, e r 'i. yd*, thence W 440 :yda
ICes thence. Easterly at 14 fo t>*ir-14 A A 8BVi of "
10:15 a. m. Services at 8:30 right to Rr 330 thencef.f.E beg In Bterresarke: .U 6 IS Bradford County Bank 11.75 NHVi: lees W 14V4 A ANKVi
ft. Northerly 139 ft. 8% A In NWV. of SWVi\ S of SBVi Iee SV*

ock In afternoon. .Westerly 830 ft. Southerly of Madison Bt known .'.. A In NW Cor __________19 7 S3 T6 J. :L. William _._ stsr
113 ft to pt an J. O. Alvarea lie* Buir at a pt 900 ft 901 '
L \PTIST CHURCH of. beg also NH of Hlk In Stnrk ex 1 lot .- S NW Car of 8BVi ofNWI4arunS1120ft
.. .
,.
? ? In NW Cor old to J. UPeek .
SV4 of SWU of Elk 1
iw. L. A. Donnley, Pastor H of R 3 K. Temple ____.. ..18Beg g ,27' 4 J. W. Andrews Jr __ (6.69 M 600 ft. N 101Q ft tollv "

ices every first Sunday. Hub Dlv ___._-_..___11 6 S3 Moee Coveraon _______ 11.OB at NW Cor oNaA. I thane NW along '
Inon & Court Sta A" run Hy to bear .,..__..39 7 13 18 J. W. & Errie .
:
NEV4 __________S3 6 33 40 Archie Miller _____. 2144 -?
2:30 -
toy School : p. m. Beg: .NNWI' of SWViof W 100 ft for a pt nf baugh. ._.__._. 1S7T
I. Study and Prayer Services SWVi\ A run B 70 beg thence N 105 ft, W Lot 1, S, S, 7. S, 9. 10.
110ft.S *01fL10120 18 '8/n ot NV4 ot NBVi
yd*. E 140 yd N 70 Ii
Saturday night. W *, ft to pt of beg; I In Townof of NWVi-8",HA-___--_.SO 7 S3 ( Mack Johnson ,__._ 611

NW-I yd*. A -140___-yd._*_,..to-..beg.___13 8 SS S Minnie Prlngle ___._ 4 45 1 Lot Starke In stark' _____BoundedH -____-___38 8. S3 Unknown -_______.. 63.63 Lot Wright I, S, l'4d.'tf ,p S. '

Bt4jVi of of 8W34 W1tt) ot A by W. M. Edwards. ... ton ___<*____ ___ ____.80 7 11 Willie William. _?__ 1.8.

In NW Cor _-_ 8KV1____138Mi 6 S3 58 Mrs. Louise Williams.. 36.01t S Mrs by Humphrey C. A. Knight W by A Beg a pt at 165 a pt vein 360 N ft of E HW of 1\
of of
SOB JONES of NWVi ASBVi SO Mr. Edna Thomas ._. 15.44 Broadway St N by Cor of NEVi of NE" ", '
NEVI of 8WV4-.23 12 land of A. L. lfva p....88 I M w. M. Edwards __.' 846 run H 740 ft. ft III: + 4

WHof of NWVi NWVi of of NEVi NBViSSNV4 ASEVi 6, SS SO P. A. Johaneon ..._... 1614g Lot 1 Blk 1, J D,. JYnat_. ___ E H.' Smith' ._ ____ 78,SI yd-, t' 740 ft._ N 1319 7 Emma "
Comments On Here of SWVi" of NEH ___13SWH U SO Daniel Letterman ____. 10.96 Addn to Starke: 28 6 II -- yd* beg __ _._,._.SO 7 11 Hick A Rosa .
Com at NW Cor of 8..n- Norwood ,_-,._-___ II."
of NW of SEW A demon Lane & HoganAlley Com *H1, ft B of NW Corof

And Hereafter NEVi "' SW[ *BWV4, A SEViof ___MNWVi a *a 60 Unknown _____._______ 13.14 & run N on sold .< ,, 511Jn 0( NOW A runS
r Lane. 62 ft, W 60 ft. S to of beg.
NWy1NW a pt
40 T. S. William .__ __. 15.84 .
___
y. 13 g 12 62t to Hogan. Alley thence. M 411 ft, TO 141ft, .
W A of NVi of SEVi thence B 60 (t to l beg N' 418 ft W 143 ft to
\ : ,
t which is seen I. tempo- swt --.___--_--___ .u g ii IS Lloyd. Green ...__-_.. 1115 In Starke ______-_" _--SS 8 S3 Dr. B. L. Bigg .._._ 3744 beg ........--_--_10 7 11 "11'.. M. L. Watterion. 118S
will W 3 A of a 9 A triangle 1 Lot ('0080 ft w of Lot 11. 14 15. 16 Blk 11 )

-The things we can see being I all of SVi of SBVi. S J. J. Silcox _______... 11.II1 NW ('or of Httndernon Hampton _____.___....10 7 11 W. D Hick ______. issa i
tlwt Flowers bloom, wither of SWVi N of road .. .22 8 II Lane A Hogan. Alley A Lot a. R. 11, 13 Blk 1 .
WV4 of NBVi of NW 4 A run N 117 ft, W 87 ft, In Hampton'---------10 7 S3 J. W. Watteron 'I F
...,
ddle. We build houses and af- \ of SBVi oB NW13 g ii SO Harry Stern .1._____ 1104SI Lot ? 801 it
NWVS 858 ft, WSeIt,86244ft 7, H, D, 10 Blk 5 In
f l while they become heaps of of NEVi & All WV4 to Hogan Alley Hampton __..,_____ SO 7 S3: M. L Watterion ___ 144814 t
of SWVi of NEVi A All B Alley Lot a. 3 4 5 6, 7 111k
Our bodies go back to dust. EVi of 12I4ofNW14Nof nrte b l/r Dr. L. l lgpe ____ 3004 Hampton; _
140 Starke.SS 6 23 Ev 16 I In _-_----.10 72 L. A. A Stella John_.,. 1511.81
i unseen things are real and publlo road A NVii of 1 Lot of land In Ntnrke268ftN&Sby210ft Blk 7, 8. II In Hampton.SO 7Y M. Ly Watterion .._ ._ 11.81
74' Unknown ___.____ __ .03IS y.
SBVi! of NBVi ____?-_64 6 S3 1I: NIO>4 less Hy
The soul lives on. AU the SEVi of NBVi ____________18 5 33 40 Unknown _. _________ .74 n & W Bounded N by Y''hf of way A leeANofItT&inof 1
\\lei will last-honor, purity BV& of SWV.! A E% of St A B by SanderionLane new t

Ib, and such things continue SWV4 of SWVi _______18 g si BO O. W. Hln-on, Act .__. 16.54All w- ..383V4 ( It .- J. W. Harrell _.._._ SS.64 public road '..--.-.---SO 7 1111 Julia, Hattie! A R*.
NWVi of NBVi N of of-8154 A becoa
Ain SBVi Maxwell .
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gk L all eternity. public road......__.___ 8 SI 17 Mr. E. U. Thomas .___ 1614 1 A In NE of 81 i"i NR'\ of srcvs .. NI40 of' St
E of NWVi of NBVi known a* the Blltch $1 icl4 of BlJ 5Wy!
.
t S8ot public road._..__-_n 8 13 Mr: a. M. Inman _--__. 7.74 ., _td II 4 L. A. Canova ..____.__ 11." of J IWI __--_.___<_..*_. 7 S3 100 Ida D, Maxwell .. SS.61SO.M lk
""What shall I eat Too "What shall SVj of SWVi of NEVi A" I 8 1-7A o'oBundedE .9. A Com at HW Cor of w
TfWVi! of SKVi & NEViof by Blltch place, 8 by NEVi of NBVi A run N ;4
!" "What shall I do with SWVi ex B A A ex Ry. W by Weatmore. 1 a. yd*. 10 3S8 )'d". 8
I little I have saved T" 8 A for ar ...---_--_n g s* 93 -R. R. Prevatt _.___. 11.11 land St A N by N Una. 114 yd*. W ale )'d. to
money NWVi Of SWVi Of NBVi._87 8 S3. 10 Klt Williams ._______ 11.81 of BBV4 --'--_,::_.St 8 11 1' Dank of Stark.,.-,U., '.14 beg _. .___10 1 II S W H. Maxwell ___ ;i?7
8 shall I go td" college? on S side of NBVi 1 A 8EI/II"t Cor of SEViof WVi o------ BWVi mof .

i are questions people are loot NWVi __ ---17 g ii 10 Florence C. Flynn --. 11.38 SEV W' 3 A ofSEVi ity _._ __._..___..._80 1 S3 II Emma Mixon _..._._ 1.1'
Lot. 1, 1, Blk 1,Original I of SlO% ___.__U 6 11 Mrs. V. Torruella._.... M.34 that NWV4 ____10 T S3II 40 Unknown ..______ 7.01
g. The big question is, Town of Starke NEVi PlF.4 of HWY ____--_____39 ? 18 I. W. Andrew ..._-.__ 1864 All certain plane of
shall I spend eternity?" of SWVi ______________11 6 33 Elvlna Morgan .-.--- 1434 I Wt of NWVI of. SBVi *Xtt land lying between 1}. ray !
Lot 8, 4.0rlt..k! Original 8 A ._.!. -- ___....so 122 14 Unknown __ ___.. 1.'. H.&F.Ry &N. A KIty
i must live somewhere forever. TownS NEVi All NBVi of SBVi S of In NWVi of NEVi

t cannot cease to exist. The Bl- of \. _______.______ss,2 John ForsythS.._ 1434 public road4 A N 7 -I A _________?..10 1 Ida D Maxwell .___ ...1
Lot 6. 8 of Blk 6, Original I A of SBVi of 8EVi'x Ny ot _..________11 1 80 U. T. Baxon .__.___ 18.T'
i teaches that there are only Town of Starke, about S A N of road __10 6 S3 SO. C. Ca.on ___.._... 8.34 JQI'E ofSWy4NR4 a Wj4 of
i places-heaven and bell So I NEVi of SWVi ..____-_ 11 I 21 Florence Flynn .----- 1834 NH of BWVi of BBVi A __ ._ .___?J1 1 S3S3 157 W. D. )Hick ,.._ _...:_ 110.01
i Lot 3. 4 of Blk S, Origi 13 : gBVi of HEVi ex ,N NRy4' -Sl 40 Unknown ..........._?. 1'.11 i
are only two alternatives for of Btarke, 2A2V&, ft _____80NBVi 6 IS 60 Iiiham Wltion ._____._ S1SS NN114ofNWV4ix. 1310A
r human being-heaven and 'tJTrnsw _---' 18 I ii Jas Kite _.______ 31.13 of NW i.ss' 7 A._33BVi 6 IS 18 Nicholas MoFaahlon is.01" A All NWVi of NWVi, Ja. .

"Where shall I eter- WH of Lot 5. 7 of Blk of NEVi of BWVi____33 6 IS 30 Victoria Mack ......_ 109 of __ ..._11 1 S3S3 34 Mr. H. L. Croft ,_...;._. II." d
spend of -.. t WV4 ofrNWV4! of "NWi ..--I' SO U.
"'' 1ft. Original Town Beg at a poet S'4, chn 1 r. Saxon _..?, __ 1.01
Mr. M. E. Edward 15316
That Is the big question. Starke, NE>4 of SW18 12 N of 8B Cor of BBVi of .... HK'/i! of NWU A NRV4 of
B 46V4 ft of Lots 1. S of SWVi & run N 8.67 chn*, ,,{ SWVi A HVor NWJ4 of +<
". Blk 18. ex 8 10 ft.Original W 14 chin. 8 6,10 chna.n -.. 8W A. NVi of HWVi of ,
(there Town of 6 chna N SH ohm, El HWVj .A NVi Of EVi Of .
were no life beyond this of _IS 12E Unknown .. -----.- 11711 bor. __11 7 23 140 Unknown .
Starke NEVi SWVf I 8 chn to beg ex ...___ .'.1.
I Christianity would still be ft of Lot 1. S. 6 B t k I tion W of road ____..'I ..S3SV4 < II 4 Henry Mitchell 3r_.... 11." NWW ofNBVi"A"8EVi"o\
blessing I do "2*. Original Town ot A In NE Cor of BVt NEVi -_ _____..,.._.._.-84 1 II SO Scott R "...Ind.\I\ _.._.It: .IS
not know Starke NEVi of SWVi ._118 g 23 Unknown -. ..--..- 871IT of SBVi of 8WM-..____83 6 11 S Va.co Mitchell __._ ..U N34 o5E34 __-_85 1 II 80 1>. IS. Knight ...__.. .. ,...,
men who have no Christian Blk 39 a. extended on 1 Lot of land 14* ft *<1 Com U yd* Wf'BW Co

l bear their burdens and theirLife' Eneeya Map ex 8 100 In SB ,Cor of .NWVi of of NRVi of NBVi A run 'I
ft A e* E 80 ft. Original SBVi :.-_______ -83 8 S3 Or..n Hamilton _._ S45 W 320 :yd*. N 110 yd*, 1)1SIO
load gets heavy at Town of Starke, Lot 4. 8, 8 Blk S'Lln-.. yd*, S 110 yda to
The burdens are sometimes NBV4 of SWVi _----_._18 g 23 Unknown _. __...____ .04 coin City _______ .11 g It" John Lewis S 88 bee _.__---_----_--_8IS 7 SS 6 IT. 8.. Roebuck '_.__._ .U" ,
N 11V4 ft of 'Lot S 'A all Lot I Blk 6 "clyl83 g S3 '" Unknown ,.-_.-_-.-_. 3.S6 101ft of BW% of NIIJ'4 8 '" t
unbearable. Jesus Christi I Lot S&SI4ofLot4 7 Elk 6 LJnueln A In flW Cor of 515j4of .
i to weary people.' He !. Blk Llvlngaton, Tru Lo'i-ityS' e._. .J l __ ____I 81. Kd. J.: Johnson _.__._ 11 S6 N1114 ___..____._.1 f I' II F. C. Oelger ..__. lit* '
by 1" Co' Addn to Lot 8 elk 8 Lincoln C ty.tl 8 II "- Cora Olbb. ......___. 611 HWVi of NRW ._0_ -.-I7 S3NOV. 40 R. L. Klnchen ?__ II 78
comfort to the broken : Sta..ke 18 8 : 13 wT>, Weeks JrSS -__. 5.10 Lot 1 IUk 4 Lincoln l'lty1I I 11 Ed J. Johnson ..___. 1.16 of MW' of NWVi-.M ,, 7,' S3 10 W. U. Seals-, ......_. 8.43 '

A great physician Mid Lots 1. 2. X'TiTTiTIi' Lots 1. 0. 6 I N N Wt44f ofE&fyy. NVi All '
I,*> not of Blk 11. Livingston Elk 0 Jl.l o."nIIb ) ::... U. 'I SS '_ Unknown ______ 486 *
see how
a doctor could :Truby A Co'* addn to Lots 4, 8. 1 fllk ]0.Lin UVt Its N&yy4 W 4
*I skeptic. A Christian does Stark. ____.__?_._-.j__IB 8 11 T. 9. Williams ___?_ 6501 I coin _._.__ll <8 S3S3 Unknown .._.__.._ 1.11 ot of "WK,
dl.like Lot 7 of Blk II, Living All Blk 11'(4 lots) Lin- of NM'4 __.._______ I I SI 17 A. Z. A Lol Adkln._ U...
a sinner. Teaj, Chrlsls ton. Truby A Co'* Adn '875 I, coin City ___, __-__..tf 8 Unknown .__..._ .... SSWi NWU of ofSW& '
.__
wonderful for life,. and to Starke .. -___ 8 S3 Hays A Sternbergr.Fenella ; Lot 4. 5. 7, 6 Elk I 13 of NRVi
race shows It Is Lot O A" 8 40-ft of Lot nJ'I: City ; ..31 8 81 Unknown __-___. usLotll A W a good 1S Lincoln NEy4 a NWV." of {,
8
1 Blk 14 Bounded by 1. Blk 1'11
t to have when dying. Here J. O. Turner land Llv.IngHton City ._._._._._._ ,______11 8 11 ,- Julia Albert ........__. 7.74 0J ._ .10 8 S3 130 a. F. Waok.rman ...._ 3404 ,,
two Bible Truby A Co'. Lots t, o 7BIk14 W" of NEY'of NWHANWVt
pictures: First Je- Starke ..___ .38 8 S3 A Louise I Lincoln a. :It. __ -_ _--_11 8 SI Unknown _. _._.__. '.18 of HW'4 of NWV'Wof !
to -
Dines out of heaven into the Addn Hnyder .. ._________ .1588 Lot 6 Blk 16 Lincoln City.33 6 81 Wllll King _.._..._. 1.11 K'i nf MmC Of NWW '" S
Dead of Blk 16. CoinNWtCorvof10NWft 8 of NWU '" NID SS"a'; I i
men
leap out of their ofNW14
LOLivingstn of 8W 14 _._ -11 I
Oeo.
Truby A % of B. Swan _._. 18."*
Jw and are Joined By living CO'B n.drnn.: to Starke88 6 S3 Mr. L. H. Eatman. _- 1644 NWVi run N 8511 ftj N12t4a J K14 of NKV. o( '
Who climb of Blk 18.Livington. ft. 'N 666 ft *x S A In 8W Cor } ,
J an Invisible Lots 8 9. 10
stalr'I ,
to A rzllllt to beg :":'__n 8 It 6 Mr. Annie E. Pettlet.. S7S aNZY'4 of .. \ s6 rip.
meet their Lord.. Second, Co'. Addn. toT Starke.S3Lota 6 II-D. L. Silcox .. n 1505 SW\4 01 ? _____ 13 II 40 U. B. Newiom ____.. 16.84 A In 8R Cor &yWK of i "y

"Is on the throne. A. thun- 1. S, S of Blk 1'. 0..11I' at SEo!or of SW 4 of\NEoI of NW NWVi BM ANEVi e. ..

>n lIon His brow and Ilght"I Livingston: Truby ACo' Nat William ____.__' 1414 of NEV4&runS141It of HBVi of NWV\ :
Starke___-38 6 S3 K 4IV4 ft. N ISIV. / "
flashes\ Addn to __31 6 S3SS I Unknown. '.. _____ ..n .x JV4 A .___11 8 S3 S66 Unknown ;
from His eye. Sln- Lot. S, 4, 6. 8, 7, (e. B L 10.. ft, W '41V4 ft to bm I Beg on E side of Boor.I 4 of __ Sl.Ot .1', i
beg for /1. IS of Blk Ie. &. loOt I Blk \ It M. Jane
mountains to fall on Of NWVi on N.d.. of .. "
to the King ing.ton. Truby A___CosAddn ,.._1S 8 S* J. H. Cauthen _.__._ 11.88 Sub Dlv of NEV4. II 'I 1 Mr. Fannie Stewart -. S.SIex rl'fftrdNla. A run W ;' .
to Stark -
.
Ih thronekeThe'' of Blk wNJ 1 f'-'jt- RV.iiii! 410 ft, H SIO j j' .
14
first Lot 11. II. 13. l.t. ,.
picture rr.-Y" ft to 8eo line, thence '. ,
I Picture of Christians 'and the 37, Livingston: to, Starke.SS Truby 6 S3 Unknown ---.-....: 7.iiLot of N4 H' 138 of ftL 8t alw of> NWV H 430 1t t.. beg. ...._...II. 8 11 I Larkln E. lon __ .... ,....
d Co'* Addn '. 'fW' % of BWVi/ le.* 10 A ,
1''Is :44&1AIn5F( 1
r ;
a picture of sinners.,Yes. 1 of Blk 5. Living-Cos8D. Cor ofN of NVi ol NWVi of a R of ....: ,-...,_._.11NWVi 8 S3 SO A. B. navl .+......,_ I04 ..
Uanlty Is a good thing to ton, NEVi Truby of A 38 6 S3 Sol Handeraon ---- 145 NBVi being I" yd* N A of NWtb ..,______ISWV4 -6 S3 40 Luke W. Bryant __ 1S.7S e'I". '.

b'!, It a good thing to haveand Lots S. 4 of Blk NBVij. 8* by A 70 yd* E A W-: __..SI 33 11 Mr. IL Kaiynfct _- I860 of MWVi of "KVi: 6814&14 of BEVi i' 's'J:
Llvln :
:dying It a good' thing Ston.of Blk 10,Cq'8/t> 4.11 Beg tt NB'Cor "of"Vf H Ofll.V -7A .U 8 S3 37 Unknown w ......;... :10.11 ,
A
Truby '___ NEVi '
nfRy
: Unknownof"Lot .. All BWVi of N
I
orld to I- II run ;
4, come.Czech08lo:1c NES4 or NEV, _____ of NB'A -34 A .X 1 A In NW v
Ion ft. B 191 ft. t
y11 Lot I BI1' 12. Livingston!'} ft. H to beg ... ._14 I n 10 R. e.' W. Hlnrcit -- 11.01Bit44 Cur A KKV4\ of NE]. .A :
state: air lines Truby A Co'. SID. NEro 18 6 II J W., Roblnon 1.45 N 1051t ot NW\4 ____ __+----34 I II 40 W. A. Beu.nl Jr. ..... 13,74SE 6 A In NE 'or of HVi of ;;N 1
Iegufar transport of NE.witifa ---------- of NE4! .. W II(" NEVi! of HKV _____.13 8 S3 70 W. J. Jann __ 8480 <, ;'
be- A
service W' 190 ft of N 130 ft of '
W ft orNE4
praha and Hoscow 4 Blk1'17. A '.. ., rhn.. A 8 138 'V 214 NEVi of BWV4! e. W i j'
l."l", all Lot" of NE4! e. U ff0 Chas r. Norton 11.0Ni.h 8 A Lake ----13 8 S3 S Lawrenoe Dev. Co._.. 134 '".,
of Blk 18 i Livingston :; NWl TiiEi4"1 i=34 II 10 Edward H. ..1.rvl.10.11 NVi of NWVi, of A5l4'.x 111 )\:
Truby s Cos 8/D. D. P. Pullum .:._ 17.14 "V4ofNrry..x6Ab% : I A A ** Lak. 10 A.-11 8 S3 4 D. O. ltewart A J. B. "
NEI,(, ot NE're __.._-2S 8 11 N IS I .f 14 Unknown __ _----__ II.tO Larson .__..__ .... i ;'
All Elk 11 A Lot 1. 1 In: Cor NRV;; -:::: R--. 26 t90. U. W. 11lnon. A.LU.n 1, A In NW CoP of $W4! .
of Blk 34 Llvln..ton. NwV or 8oiib,..r--- of NEVi _. __.____ ._ ._.11 8 S3 t Unknown __._ SS4
Truby C'" 8/D'.lS Unknown ____ 1.18 NW of road NWVS___ __: 16 8 II % r C. Molllngnworth 8 9Au61113 All NISVi of BKVi II! of Ry ,
-"" '. NEVI ot NF IV. ___r- 1 11 _--------1"-" II 40 Mr.. W. C.; __ II.T8 It A ex K 4 A Key.tone q'
\ Lot 4--alk n. "Llvln..ton.Truby" 8W4! of 8W'4 8Kingley Lake Cemetery .. .---...IIHWVi 8 S3 14 J. 1<:. Lanon __ -. 484
Co'. B/D NJD\6\ A. 0. Jenkins ._._ 1.15 Lot. 1. 7 Blk of KKVi .* 8 InMW .
.. 18 II 1'V' No.I' McMillan. SI4SSt Cor N lA ._14 8 33 .
of NE'4 --.------- -- g S3 Cha K. ex A It Mr* R. W. Pt __ 1044 I
Lot 1 Blk 11. Llvln..ton. LNEVa.; of1.-'- NEVi of SWVi ,._I4 S 13 40 Walter Will
eels aft npselea.5 + Truby A Co'. SID, Leontl& A. Aaron __ Com .t NW cnr 53' Lot 4 : ._:.:.._:..31 S IS 60 Mrs. L> B. McOIll-= 10.75:
sent ....-Is 13 3,113'I nf Ywt4 A run 0 NKVi of NW4 .I4 8 S3 40 11.12I144AofNWI4
NE Unknown .
01 .
---- W
w 1 ......... ... NE\4 Blk" 38. Itd" It 2ft., gds 10 4 ofN15I4\ ?-

.Ielp "... *!.. Lot..t..n.I. Trub"4 A Cos s/fi, _, A.''1': Pant ---:-.._ 1445.AN ,10 Ras to'lee. 1 n 6 C. Oll..on _. ow....- .f BWV.! ------II I SI 8 Jo'ltn Davie' _? __ I.D_
Nmpnae.-. NE\4 'or NEW .-----1 II -r- I 1 II 10 A. J. Urlffl___ ..... Com 40 de"B oY'T B"yoPnf
"alLD'- -.. _- ,.. Lute 1, 2 or Elio 01 Blk 2!. W :1 sw w-::: 1.1 II .2J.. Ii, Long .-..-_ 114 NW ii of NWVi I
r.wn.ae W f
.U 8W/l.ii W
: thanes 70 yds H 70yd
:
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Mgr._ Livingston: rr'NE-U II -- Uoknown N !: t AofE I f ry._ I 1 II 13 Henry Mitchell flr. 11.10 *. K 70 yda, N 70 yd* 1

Lots 1 4 6114 of Blka hi/hway.of'" to beg .- __., -_ 18 6 S3 1 Brnl. McOolll _-__ 4.34.
i Llvln..ton. TrubY 1 A 1n NE
a Co' 8/D NE% Oscar Dell ..-..--. -_ '..14NIJ'4 HWt4 of Se'4 aiA .A run K 640 ft, Ih.ncBN
4 --o.IS 1 11 E' .o rWy, of' II 1 U Jim Johnaoiv ___ .838 ISO ft, thence E 111:
C.WALL i| __ __ -
-
Llringston. Tru ft for a pt of beg,
"<" lk. B.. SI* ftE of NW Coy lhenre N 160 ft :
/ NEVi *i 11.51N run ,
IN1URANCE r/v x,> by A' Co'. S/D. J8 6 13 A. O. Jenkins of NW* of NEt .J run K 11 ft, H ISO It. W +'

N*t. r.iTB -4'rT' Short. B 41* It. ilO. 5 f 11' 5 Mllea Robinson __ '..11ft. 181 ft to pt'of h.glV A.6K 8 S3 S Finest MoOollle _.._ IU
W 420 ft to beg -- :< of of __ .U
1'o..ton. Co'1 ':11BID. t BWVi NK'4: .!/ 8 S3 SO Fannie J.skln.--r
NE%TrllbYE"1 -- I. 8 13'Ij'tarke _. Unknown : 8 sEot EH of BW4! of. i 1 33 6 R. B. HumphreyI .... 8Vj of NEQ! of HE. ex
Ik 1 NE'4 "I A In NW Cor. also! t
of
d3. lots 11. n, W% ot ,
'rte Trilby'! Addn-*' ** r. M. Gray -.- U.U 1.MI S A on N ead ABy 8 1 11 Mary Joltncon 11.36E / ,N..25" 8 SS 10 !" ".U.* Barton h-- 1." vI
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-
of
to --- rl..bt way I
iI less 40 J. K Hulllvan .__
'" lJ.1, > Lot 1.. ft N A f .,.duttE..WEO 44 oCNJ\: ..%olew44-.10. 1 7 13 11. 10 H. B. Bulllvan. 1,44 C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector .f Bradford Coantr. I'lorl4a.1p4f .

T joining Bile ,1.Starke-I8 TempleAddition 8 11 Jlr. 13. 11. Smith 2664 NW94 G

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I BR\DFOttD FLORIDA .
COtTNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE.

PAGE Eionr:....- -.. .. --.-,.--.----.--.---..-. --. -- '- -- ..- -- .,--. .. ___ --- -. LBT 1
.... Lit WTEY in Jacksonville with a severe at 'Anyone Interested In using: the with Mrs. M. B. -----
I PIUl1l1ncr
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished O..J. .Mill]... C.nr*.......t tack of diphtheria, and bet many Canning Plant here for canning:I I assign! them the who
time
You'veHeard friends here will be pleased to
Maybe I the
1877 Heavy Rainfall;; Here 'know that she is. Improving.The are., advised to first get in touch will be available. PI

l Heavy rainfall here the past many/'Crlenila': ;' 6f Mrs. W.
2 AAEAYBEFL'LORIES It, But II week has retarded the setting of H. Biggs wilt be pleased to know

F strawberry plants and has. done that she continues to recover at
PRESS ASSOCIATION 'J considerable damage to the tall. her home'from a serious Illness: mm

1935 6 {1 1 Newspapermen Eat bean and sweet potato crops R. P. Jones of San, Francisco
"
w :- :}.ot.Wa/td :J AQGL" _, Members! of the Suwannee River A large crowd of women are em- Calif., I. a business visitor. here

.. .. -.....-- -. Press Association were guests last ployed here In the new sewing this week.
Published i Weekly on--Fridays: and Entered as Second Class Friday of the new management of room being operated through the __. .
the Hampton Springs Hotel, near relief Agency,and to date no men N O'rll'e7M APPMCVriO'Vroll :
TtX, ItKKUNOTICK
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida In
are employed jon any projects
Perry-ami when we say guestswe IS HttRRBY. :niVENV
'-, .'-- ... -' -- mean guests Mrs. Serpas a Lawtey but'are being employed on That Alngirle l'arn"'DterN h9Ider.< of

t E. L. Matthews_____________________..Editor and Owner gracious lady from New Orleans, other project In the county and Hued 41/47 8r of<]lax day of August' A..,V.S8J.1631!.-,

._ ... .. -, -- who recently purchased the resort It Is hoped'thiit as soon as some hair flied mild certificate in mr, of-. Clean crisp
w ,;
ocean
breezes
SUBSCRIPTION RATE placed the accomodatlons of her local projects are approved that floe and 'm..de application aooornanoe tax. ,
deed to Issue thereon In
hostelry. Its golf course swimming we will see them working here. with law. 41/47 of said certificate cool Florida Motor Lines buses
F Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance pool tennis courts and-boat William$chden left recently for I embrace* the following described

Advertising Rates on Application of all-Its dining room at the disposal Hollywood, Calif., where he will be tv, Floridauto-awitn, : The Bradford Mouth-Kant Cnun- ROUTS always a fiesh bre... blowing.' ...iim-
-- --.----- .. of the Suwannee editors. employed' In a gold mine nearPhoenix Quarter of South-Kant Quarter. ofNorthEBHlQuarter T Tour hair soothing jour norms, brlntfn a sent,
---- ---
and Nouth-Wefct". cool comfort end complete relaxation... !
and will later when
,
And who can do better Justice to % mining Quarter of Houth-Ka Quarter: or travel via Florida Motor tiara A Florida IMcreate
1 Don't be late for school"the first morning. free feed than a newspaperman? study at the Colorado Norlh-ISaHt Quarter and North 9acrxH III own InrUoratiTj' breeze Motor Line.
61 cruising
of North-Rant Quarter
o Don't try to answer that one. The School of Mines. North-Kant Quarter. of Hooth-Bat! through oceans ol clean fresh air as II travels along iwlluV_
44c Hampton Springs Hotel in Its location Miss Debbie Phillips was shop ; Quarter and West Half oC NorthEast aham. through pungent woodland and great.
Amisnde
hard to find bashful top-sergeant.
As
Simile
as a
: of South-Emtt Quarter -
slightly off the beaten ping In Jacksonville Tuesday.. I Except Quarter Three Acre. In North- O&Ir the motor bus follow the route. of Mother Nature. .
--0 path is the Ideal place to spenda Mrs..F.' R. Carradlne was shopping. Went. Corner and except Four Acre Thto together with mar frequent _.r.fc.arts' acbed.
In,Jacksonville Wednesday. In Mouth-Went Corner Section 88, ides. ind lower cost tot FIRST CLASS
somethingseep lran.POrl.floa
A cracked brain is one that is always letting week-end--quiet and tree-sur tl. Bait
,
Range
Township 0 South. *
-
rounded. Under the managementof ,Mr:and Mrs. James T. Moore' containing 41 acr. more or !I...... make. Florid. Motor tID..1Irt1 m 1M1IUDer ,trip..
out. to and, children of Plant City who. The assessment of said' property
Mr* Serpas It should rise :
.
United It than
under the said certificate wan. costs more tm to urine.
0 new heights of popularity. have been visiting relatives here I In the name of J.' T. Jones.I7nleas .
Bright spot for old roues: Shorter dresses are forecast Aside from the pleasure of see returned..ton their home Saturday.Mrs. I said certificate shall, be deed redeemed -
L. H.Futch and Miss Dorothy -. aconidlnff to law tax OHO ItonnilWar One ...... '
for ing many of the old faces last Fri- will Itiaue thereon on the SSth day TrioJarkmmvlll ...
nil women. Rlgdodjwere] shopping In Jack. of September, A. D. 1935. .. **.,' Trie
day was that of meeting two ? .S .80 S.-4.1: Mew Yerk.ele.YO ,
Dated this 28th day of Aug-imt, S1. 2D.III:
o I 0.1..111..lit.. MO
fellows, one still in college, sonvllle Saturday. Pklladelpaln I..n
:
young 41.78
D. 198B. Tampa .__...2. ,The man who expects to arrive before he dies should the other just out, who have been LIttle Owyndolln Shuford, daughter A. J. THOMAS Miami __M_.6>H> .,.....::1 .Wa.hlnKton.Io.' ILMMM".:* :
\ .. lending their talents to Florida : :of Mr ''I1cr Mrs. J. S. Shuford. Clerk Bradford of Circuit County. .Court Florida. [ Ocala _..__,_,.1.4K. ) 1.WO (hlpaaroUNION !....> MMe IIIIH:
;1 start.immediately. journalism during the summer is CODfIned'tO, : St.Luke's Hospital .30tt27 s .i r Orlnadoa.eo..... ..ypr.gwat ".70 Ctarlaaati' .11411" :41.7n
r) p-- months. Charley helfenateln turn .. BUS

Tall slender men live longer than short stout ones. Less ed the editorial department of his STATION
Suwannee Democrat over to Dowl- MRS. E. H. SMITH, Agent
tz wind resistance perhaps.So .
Ing Leatherwood lock, stock and Opposite Court House Phone 120.Jjjil -\\

a barrel, for a few months. The FALL DRESSESTHAT ....
far the Government has attempted to stabilize everything news and editorial matter were
ds
both turned out In a very creditable FILL THE EYE -
,, except the, weather.. I manner by this 1939 University -. .
u+t" o of Florida graduate. The other AND SUIT THE PURSE

The lazy maws daily dozen consists of dodging a dozen. young fellow is Curry Merchant,

things with which work is connected. Jr., of the Madison EnterpriseRecorder ri'y
who seems to be only !
1 o I slightly less prolific at writing

to If for nothing else we are indebted to Mussolini for keep- than E. Phillips Oppenheim. Al- 8

ing Japan off the front pages for so long. most any week the Madison paper 'NEWEST SHOES
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Is likely to be graced with five or r
0 six columns such as: "Around The 'tN,INTERESTING COLORS "
410
fit'' When a man has a birthday he takes a day off. When a Square," "Seen This Week." AND VARIED LEATHERS. %
"What They Say," "Round Town," '
woman has a birthday she takes a year off.
and "Lovelorn Column," all, we '
..
o presume turned out by Curry, Jr ; ; .'IJI:
'* The fellow who is constantly abusing his credit finds_ that That boy certainly gets around.,, /. \ <.
.
:.i.J..lItESISrllLE HATS
xt it will stand for just so much harsh treatment.. ----I"- ;.
Are We Men Or ':
}//.TBU.
-s-o- ., HEAD THE PARADE.
Are We Guinea Pigs _
,.' '.lIAt4Q-e-OFF THE FACE.: 4'a
; .
Dix secret
Dorothy says marriages are never success- Ever since It was published some :* 1 1- w

ful. They're never successful at keeping the secret.A three or four years ago this column ,I'J".'PI-t'- .. ;
o has been eager to get hold eta ..: W" '
of ,"100,000,000 Guinea ?
copy
double-crosser is the fellow who helps you with one Pigs," the book that rips the cloakof ,.PETER PAN FABRICS : 1r-- ,it., ,n '

hand and digs a hole to shove you into with the other. pretense from the patent medicine !- AND. ,ABC PERCALES

cosmetics and various can- s- e to
o
-
ned food industries. The books is .. ., t
-1 The big dipper is coming apart, astronomers say. Perhaps ..
now in the public library here and H. ",. .. { MN .
'tr
it's going to assume the shape of a cocktail glass. our advice to you is to run or i ; 4s. _

--0Life walk there in your first spars moment :;ALL. SUMMER GOODS
el and spend a few of the most *
b, i is a game for the man'who thinks the world owes profitable hours of your life skip \ .,.N\ GREATBY, REDUCED y *,PtV, F

him a living. Fate is the referee yelling "Try and get it." ping through Its pages '. : *

o I The idea that the authors are .
trying to put across is that we human -
'
Roosevelt declares that the New Deal is'only evolution. beings are Just so many \ 1E"4coB's '

a' Unfortunately, a lot of people do not believe in evolution. guinea pigs In the hands of ruth- '
less'. manufacturers who are con
o flORI DA
tinuously experimenting on us
People who are always looking for a land of milk and with various poisons and harmful Next Door to Poet Office

,' honey very often find when they get there, that the milk is drugs and are making us pay for
sour. the privilege to boot. If you don't I
feel like a guinea pig when you
te o get through page 300, then you're
Congress adjourned to the strains of "Let Me Call You entitled to your money back. Per 'COME IN

+ Sweetheart." Wonder if it was dedicated to President Roose- sonally we've been going around 4
velt? uttering faint squeals all week. AND SEE
Just to knock you off your feet
-() the authors gleefully tell you in this footprint evidence

A strong man usually has strong enemies and the little the second paragraph that, one .
These tread Imprints are typical -
tube of certain brand of
a popular
W fellow is that way because his enemies' were always larger toothpaste contains enough poisonto I : of scores w.'..taken from

than he. kill three people! Fact of the > 1 d"uering local mil saes..
o matter is a German army officer
Note non-ski still
the
sharp
"There is hardly a man who became famous by knock- committed suicide by eating a tube .remaining-proa/that" there
of It. Think that over next time
ing," 'an.editor says. Wrong: Herbert Hoover is a famous you're brushing your teeth. And I it mi.tsaftyo

,""j. has-been. this is only the beginning. For Don take chances on that !&bor Day lefttnthtjatradt.

JI o Fuller Is returned details read to the the State book Library.beforeIt trip r.- put on new Goodyear3"; ? All- ( .

The movies won't take Jimrrle Braddock because he has ;.Weathers. We, can show you footprint

"no personality and no color," Max ,Baer will vouch for his School I:rogrtun-1903 records of "G-3's" driven right here in j

punch, however. Every once-in-a-while someone town that this famous tire' ALI LATHER
will
i brings In an old copy of the Tele prove ,
a +
graph that they have found In the give you 4 *
An old saying has it that cleanliness is next to Godli- bottom of a discarded hair trunkor .

ness. The mother with three or four youngsters thinks it is tucked away In some old papers LONGER :MON-SKID MILEAGE
that they intended to give their 430
next to Impossible.
-at no extra cost
Immediate attention to some ten -
o or fifteen years ago. Don't' buy tires until you see how MUCH
Science claims to have discovered a way to prevent teeth On such occasions the yellowed ''
sheet frayed at the edges, always MORE VALUE how 'MUCH MORE
from decaying, but no one has invented anything practical to
overcomes us with a definite feel- SAFETY
keep false teeth from slipping out. the world's largest tire manufacturer
,
k ing of nostalgia and a desire to reprint -

o some of the items concern ,, .offers you at prices., as low as any.,,

New Jersey police"'are forced to attend church, but itcouldn't ing people) whom we all know. The seu.Mar i Ito bi
feeling of nostalgia we are usually Cokes w. 4 .
f be for the purpose of guarding the small collection able to throw off. but we always BaeiRLZ..IfT-t ; prl..a.d
HOW'S THIS ECONOMY
that is gathered in the average church. succumb to the desire to reprint FOR M.TWMSMgjiff 96000e1.t..

the social scoopa of Ve8'er'. :, GINDER
o N
harbtM
'E. year. L..IIL
A Gainesville theatre adverstises "Black Room" on the Even If we get Into trouble" over

'' screen and an All-Colored Amateur Contest on the stage. It here Is part of the commencement : :

Looks like a dark time will be had, by all. program, Thursday of night the Starke May Institute 21-, ppiHF 5 :p33P o o

'I 7' o 1903: ;1\a& all G s $ : .1& Isola.a

2 Lightning knocked off the pants of an Oklahoma man. .Duet-Freddie Wainwright and. iatno S ;

i In our case if lightning struck twice in the' same place'. 'it Dea"Johnnie's Week. History Lason"-. ',,',,,eat\1a\it' st s teas',4n' 1. 3oyk;; lmuuoa Iy. ,y.J'tdck a it id Yq tlaft

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would hardly find us with the second pair of pants. Morgan Darby. ,;. jitde
"The Polish Boy"'LoIa: Peek. .t : to =_ '-- ,;-bUu aA t :
o e w111 tls... "'ue;;::... ;:
Congressmen are heading home after a seven-month session. "Spartacua" peek. l'ch : t..,5-te Call PrIces-' c.2i'; "uaraQteed. theaa.1s !
"When I Was r- .
!:
Twelve"1:1leryDavis.
r' They've been away :so long the dogs will probably bark ,se-tt ..15 l.r..Slq.'.. c. o ey.yar .
j21
.' theni..their: constituents bark at them.They'll Put Some Flowers .5' "I.. .
at always ; Sistrunk.on Papa'sGrave"Verdie >'dl" '6" I-, I. ',. dliii. .II <' .
; 'S''c"
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o 6
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It Is also Interesting to note that MULE 1IIII
tell you 'that clothes do not make the man and slang was nut an unknown art.

yet the Prince of Wales was almost thrown out of a fashion- even in those days. We find J.'W.' I pn Goodyear Tires a4a1

,able restaurant when he appeared o there in- a sailor outfit. weather Alv.bargains.....,""that a merchant are hotter, advertising than the GOCtD I I ;: TEAR I in road-. "writing.injuries. and defects


ti One out of every three married couples is childless a ..---- i at low <

government report says. Evidently some families are loath to Before marriage a man does all

' add any new names to the unemployed lists. the talking on his favorite theme EflSYTERIT1S
-himself-and therefore he does
-e not discover: how dumb she la untilIt Register Motor .Co

A naturalist tells us that male frogs make all the noise Is too late.Michigan .

7 while the females remain mute. Maybe man should have produces more' .

been going to the frog all these years instead of to the ant. .than. any- other state.. beans STARKE. FLORIDA a ?resi

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