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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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TRAP'IJCCUSATION o'clock and The most Telegraph Wednesday faithful beet afternoon employee its -oldest when at 4 -he up He was last waa sick.Friday a slavery-time morning we knew TO BEGIN SHOWS TO INTEREST TELEGRAPH IN TO PROMOTEI FOR PENSIONS ff

TRADNQ
AT HOME
death took negro. I
Uncle
Rand Albert, be-
coming here from Fernandina .'
loved colored man, whose age has loved to tell how the bald, spot, and on MONDAY Although the Telegraph's essay I COTTONCROP WEDNESDAY\ :

been variously estimated anywhere I his head was caused by his responsible writing content: in connection with 1'

from eighty-six to 100 years, but position of carrying pots of the Trade at Home campaign clou- :,
Ora.die Measures Nec- which no one actually knowsnoteven food to the other slaves. ed last week we continue to get 1 j 1.-

To Curb Rand, himself. Rumor has It that Uncle Rand Largest Attendance In letters praising the! movement alone Gin At WorthingtonWill Blank Will lIe At
,, essary Not only the Telegraph, but of the most beneficial and I
e the was not adverse to taking nip of History Expected Instructive Be ReadTuesday Starke Welfare
: MotoristsIFLEVEN entire town will miss Uncle Rand liquor and looking at a pretty woman ever held here. We be- "

from his headquarters on the wide In his younger days, but as Gray says I lieve that the campaign has taught OfficeINVESTIGATION

DRIVERS PULL- cement window ledge at the Bank the years passed he put thesethings many Bradford County people a I )
of Starke where he was to be found behind him and 1 1 ENSOt tnAIN HEADS lesson they will not soon forget WAIT FOR :
concentrated SEED TO
LAST WEEK
| pIN I 1 PAY every day, greeting his many white his attention on his Lord and j ico\lmm: : O U RSES and that the stimulating effect of HARDEN, AnENT SAYS I TO BE ", ;
friends and looking at them expectantly his future Heavenly Home. One of I r-- trading at home will be felt here MADE IN EACH CASE 1
!
Ahead SIo" I
'speed Trap for the fickle or dime he the favorite I The Bradford County during the coming months. I -
pastimes In the print- High Bradford County farmers who
; crudely-lettered sign lastn for
Applications Federal old
TtiU knew would be forthcoming from Ing ( School and Starke The following letter from J. M. age
shop on a dull day was to get Elementary have considerable of
motorists quantity
warned pensions will be
I from the south on Road 13 on the evils of I I 'I already picked will be Interested Starke welfare office In the WPA. .
limey There I Is one of the most interest-
was a time when term
Rand did drink and bad associations. The. on Monday. September 7 at. to know that R. B. Rob-
| better slow down
had
building on ,
!Wt they or not need the nlcklea and dimes of pulpit of some negro church, some i I nine o'clock. I Ing we have received: erta' gin at Worthington Springswill to Wednesday according

!.- charity and as long as he could do where, was much poorer because of II I I All minister of the town school Starke Fla., R. 2, Box 24 I be ready for operation Tuesday Mrs.an announcement yesterday by,
the Edward Burns.
since opening- theye Blanks
Ever regular work he 1 officials and August 29, 1936.E. toC'I
was a helper to the simple fact that Uncle Rand visiting school officials I
route of this highway-runI I I this purpose are already on hand. '
I brick masons and concrete layers, never became a regular ordained are Invited to be platform L. Matthews, editor owner I County Agent T. K. McClane I
in; straight through Lawtey in- but many years ago he was disabled minister. I guests for the occasion.A Bradford County TelegraphI I warns growers to feel their seed "The actual procedure that applicants -'

' I field of making several rlght-an- through rheumatism and had "Rand. I hear you were out on I preliminary faculty meeting have been wanting to enter a cotton before taking It to be gin must go through la very I

I {!(turns- -town officials have been to take such odd jobs as he was kind of a wild party the other of all elementary and high school letter In your contest ever since ned. If seed do not feel hard the simple, Mrs Burns said "Their t

I inaoyed and worried over the high able to do. It was then that he night" one of the printers would teachers has been called for Fri the other day I was at the depot cotton should be left to dry until only responsibility Is to fill out an r

I rata of speed at which automobile took over the duty of sweeping out say winking at his co-worker And !day, Sept. 4 at nine o'clock. Announcements and saw a farmer receiving a box.I they do feel hard he aays. Proper application blank. After this ill''

were hurtling through the the Bank of Starke and he never that was all that was necessary will be made and noticed It and saw It contained I drying makes It easier t() ex- done the welfare board will make'
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harness section of town. missed a day, although he lived a As long as anyone would listen the sample workbooks and other materials stuff that many of our Starke mer- tract the seed from the lint and also the necessary Investigation to determine -:
Neat !signs plainly stating that will be chants handled. I asked If he'' eligibility of the applicant '
good two miles from town and righteous old negro would paint In on exhibit. prevents seed from germinating I "
I the speed! limit througn town was walking was almost Impossible in glowing words the rewards, both The Bradford County Teachers' couldn't have bought It at home when stored previous to selling ,

j twenty-five miles an hour, were his rheumatic condition.At here and hereafter of following the Association will hold,Its first reg- cheaper and saved the freight be- I Approval of a proposed project ,|I It has been estimated that the .

I placed along the highway, butI one time Rand melted metal straight and narrow path. ular monthly meeting of the year sides. His reply was he didn't calling for the expenditure of $35.-: average; amount to be paid pensioners -

lien these failed to bring about for the Telegraph and did other Funeral services for Rand will on Friday September 11. at one I know. He never saw It advert Ised 188 for additional research workon In Bradford County will be $12 I 1

I tie desired result, the city decided lobs but his duties gradually grew be held at 3 o'clock Sunday after o'clock p. m. In the Bradford County Telegraph ) Sea Island cotton to aid In rehabilitating a month. The county has appropriated ,

I ID take more drastic measures. smaller: as his rheumatism grew noon at the Mount Pisga Methodist An Increased' enrollment over I and he had been taking the paper the Industry In FlorIda -I approximately Jl.OOO for

I They began pulling the speeders worse and his head bent nearer to Episcopal Church In Lincoln last year's number Is expectedthis over a year. I I was announced this week by the period from October 1 through

1 ud what a haul they made! the: ground. Up until the time of City. "We're having It then ao his year because of slightly larger I still note many business places | E. A. Pynchon, state WPA admin I June 30, and this will be matchedby

I 'in one day last Saturday, elev- his death he still came to the office white friends can some," his Bister.: graduating; classes from the Junior not yet advertised. So let's let the istrator. an equal amount of government ,

I motorists were halted and then early Friday morning to Victoria said. "Please tell all of High Schools at Brooker, Hampton public know what we have to sell I Conduct of n pure seed" breeding money. About seventy person : y

I allowed to go their way grumbling sweep out the trash in the pressroom them: to come that can" He will and Lawtey each year. Addi- In Bradford County, because the farm and demonstration of weevil I will be eligible for pension In this I'' ))1
I be burled tional desks have been ordered to mail order houses advertise In our control county, It Is anld. The pension will ;
upon payment of $5 bond against from printing Thursday's in the Cain Lennon Cem- on all forma where long
i their appearance in court Monday. paper. When Rand did not show etery. lake care of this anticipated Increase forty-eight states ven one mer- staple cotton Is planted In 1937 is be paid at the end of each month) ,

JOf! course the average driver, es- The same number of teach chant got a Chicago mall catalogue proposed In Ihe application. Instead of at the beginning, so the .

pe ally if he lives some distance ers will vttempt to take care of and he has not yet advertised "In Madison County" according first payment will not be forth-

I nay gladly forfeits his small SLOT MACHINE LIKED STORY I the Instruction this year as were his business. to a report by WPA research work. coming until November. h

I bond rather than go to the trouble STOLENFOUND ABOUT 'PEGGY'HEAD employed last yen So I hope to see our county'sbusiness ers, "Hen Inland Cotton growers. Only persons whose income from tall
I ud annoyance of appearing In J. H. Benson will have charge of advance rapidly, and let have been taught how to eradicate other sources Is Insufficient to

( court LATER BROKEN OF ENGLISH DEPART- the Commercial Department again UH trade at home and have a the Initial Infestation of weevils In I I provide food, clothing and shelter,

I [It t was probably one of these diaI AND ROBBED OF ALL MENT AT UNIVERSITYASKS this year chance to to get our own money back I the early Spring and are now will receive pension Only thorn

I gentled fellows who fixed up the BUT NICKLEA FOR CLIPPINO New teachers added to take re-spend. curing maximum yields of Sea se'j who are over seventy years of age I'
care of vacancies made by resignations Respectfully yours, land cotton who have resided In the state five'
"Speed
I j tie! highway Trap" sign and placed it on slot machine, stolen from No one ever brows just how fara are: Mrs Ethel Biggs, Mrs. J. M. Yanti. _. I "However only Madison County .out of the nine last years Including '

1 Smith's Garage Sunday night was copy of the Telegraph Is goingto Leola Roberts, Miss, Willie Mae growers know huw to poison the I one year immediately preced-
I Uwtey officials, however, deny reach and some times we get Hinson and Mrs Ruby Mae Perkins Davis Hack In Hank weevil successfully and, therefore, I.!ing their application, and who are "
tttt they found Monday by county officers,
are .
trying to make a comments and requests for certain i R. J. Davis employee of the m order to meet the emergency of In need, are eligible The amount 'j
J Zed trap of their thriving town. smashed to pieces and robbed of I Issues from unexpected places. The following Assignments to Bank of Starke Is back on the weevil control In other Sea Inland I which each eligible person will reI I

r I They realize, they say, that this Is all but one nickle. It was found A surprise this week came In grades for enrollment will be ob job this week after a year's leave I cotton producing counties that will [, ''ceilve. will vary from five to> thir-

r j they unpleasant do name for a town and on a dirt road near liege's,filling the form of a letter from Dr. served on the opening day: of absence because of 111 health. exist In 1937, It la proposed to de- ty dollars per month, dependingupon

I j !toe label not wish Lawtey to have station north of town. Havllah Babcock, head of the department Mis Kincaid Mlas Madge Mld- Ills friends are pleased to know shay all cotton stalks by October i the Individual need.
They felt, though, that dleton, Miss Flr tGI'Bde. "
I they must do something to curb The thieves entered the garageby of English literature at Ruby Lilley. that his condition has Improved to 1, the report continues. The amount which each person
I !the breaking a plate glass window. the University of South Carolina, allow him to resume his duties S. This operation, it was estimated i receives will be fixed on the bash -
He speeding lives that was endangering The noise awakened neighbors who who wrote In requesting a copy of Mrs Evelyn Flitch, Miss Kitty L. Peek, Jr., who has been workingat will put 6000 laborers to work for a 'I. of a careful budget of his needs.
J of people there, and the Issue of June 12 ifogsed Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Second the bank Mr. Davls's absence -i short period I! I From the ,
I only solution went for the police, but the thieves our containing an during I budget will be subtracted -
seemed to be Grade.
I Ira methods. had already made their get-away. article by H. E. Lagergren about left Monday to accept a position Results In weevil eradication In' i any income which the applicants
strongI'I' .
Miss Willie Mae Hinson, Miss
The sheriff's office this week announced "Peggy" the Seaboard train that with the First National Madison County show that the i receives, and the balance will hq
I It is now planned to Madeline Hazen, Mrs. Leola Rob- weevils the Winter and If
1 the arrest of Robert SImon runs from here on the Wannee Bank In Miami. surviving I the amount of the monthly assU-
traffic light at the main corner' erta. Third Grade. which start the next year's InfentaI tance I When f''
Fred McRae Branch. ---- -- grant this Information ,
Earl Dennis
I to !.all.tey 'I guess that will stop I Mills Hazel Adkins Miss Lucille tlon can be eradicated by an Inexpensive | hall been reviewed by the District '
To
!them 'and Willie Kemp for cutting crossties Dr. Babcock letter said: "Some ScllOtIIJells King
if Edwards Fourth Grade.
nothing else will," I method of polHonlng, according I 11 I "
City I ; of the SeaboardAir two months Director, the District. Board
I chanced to
I Clerk 0 J. Phillips said. I[ on property ago see Miss Ernestine Buddlngton, Mrs. More than 2.500 school bells will to WPA workers.Accordingly will again review each case and
Railway Co. an issue of your paper which Intrigued Edna Hart Fifth toll In Florida two weeks hence I'
I In Grade. -
the they to furnish .,
meanwhile, Mayor's court propone I place those approved on the list
Interest because of
I fa Lawtey Is having its busiest I Floyd King and Jerry Padgett my a Mis\. Eunice Searing, Mrs.'Grace and 388,000 pupils, 18.000 teachers free poison and syrup sufficient J for regular monthly allowance. An
pleaded guilty this week to a front page article about a slowtrain Wainwright, Sixth Grade. 1,500 bus drivers and an unnamed )
In to poison the entire 1937 Sea In
j" history. They have had to I changes need occur, changes wilt
called and Its bird-
of making threats against Peggy Mrs. Verna Mrs.\ Ed- of will to
some new sheets printed for 4 4be charge Oemorest number janitors answer Island cotton acreage In order to 1 be made In allowance. t,
12!! docket for the ; N. E. Loadholtz. King was sentenced hunting conductor. The remini- na Hayes, Seventh Grade. the ring. Some schools have open- completely exterminate the weevilIn .
first time in ; .
twenty I to the boys' reformatoryfor scence was written by one of your Mrs. Bynum Perkins, Mrs. Paul ed already and others will begin the Sea Island fields. ----- -
years.
four years and Padgett received elderly correspondents, I believe.I ine Howard. Eighth Grade. terms later in the year. But Sept. Present estimates Indicate that CATTLE MEN : 'M

a suspended sentence. should be most grateful to you Mrs Eva Anderson, Mrs. Ruby 17 Is the date when the majority not leiM than 8000 acres will be

CITY ELECTION for sending me a clipping contain- Mae Perkins, Ninth Grade. of the 388.00O youngsters will sigh planted to Sea Island cotton In WILL MEET HERE "

ing this article." Mrs S. S. Dowling, Mrs. Bryant with relief that vacations have finally I 1937.
Knock-Knock SurpriseThis
TUESDAYALDERMAN 1
The Telegraph was pleased to I Beasley. Tenth Grade. ended, and rush eagerly to i -- - DONATIONS ASKED TO
week's most surprising send the clipping and to know that Mr. Clyde Howard, Mr. J. Harry class rooms. I COMPLETE FENCING
ONLY ONES knock-knock took place Tuesdayat Interest in Mr. Lagergren's entertaining Benson. Eleventh Grade. .__ I 2 GOOD SHOWSAT PROJECT
WHO
HAVE ANYCOMPETITION the funeral home of DeWitt C. articles is not confined to Mrs. Myrwln J. Long, Mrs. Myr- England has one motor car to I RITZ Hogan Smith, secretary of the .

Jones where a Starke Dry Clean- Starke and Its vicinity. tlce J. Carpenter, Twelfth Grade. every 37 of Its population. [ I Bradford County Cattlemen's Association l

A "quiet city election seems in er's delivery car, driven by William I I "PRINCESS COMES ACROSS" has called a meeting of

\\II'O"pect for next week with no McDonald, knocked first at one i i I TO BK SEEN HKRK: I the organization for 4 o'clock l Sat1''

OPPOsition for any office except door and, finding no one home, r FIERY PREACHER USED STRAP SUNDAY urday afternoon at the court house,,,j
that of alderman. knocked at the other. McDonald ] to discus the progress of placer e
The fOllowing made a left-hand turn at the cor- [ A brilliant new screen star- for fencing the of Stark-
are unopposed: T. City
hank Landrum for mayor; Carl ner by the funeral home and findIng To Put The Fear of God In Lincoln City'I talented, glamorous beautiful against cattle.
loltll8 large :revealed In "Girl's Dormitory'
a
for city clerk tax collector himself confronted by Posts and almost all necessarywire
IIId tax he cut his car up onto which opened yesterday at the
Ba9ea80r wood truck,
: A- Alvarez for have been erected
tar &. the sidewalk to avoid a collision. By H. E. LAGERGRENWhere as powder and soap are exacted time to dance?" he was asked. Rita Theatre for a two day run around the

Three aldermen The car ran Into one door of the la Lincoln City? Its location free from the clients. Wood Is "Hit aho do" he answered, "an' Hailed as the most Important town, Mr. Smith said, the remainIng -
will
be elected big Job the Installation
from is no better defined than the dat time's !' There In Simone being
and hit right now was a screen discovery years,
these then bounced away used in the households it Is
contestants P. M. place only : of cattle-gaps. He estimates that
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"Near East It was laid out In
of Simon made debut
Barefoot. before it was got- general exodus the merrymakers her In a stirringand
O L. Paul E. the second door the about $600 has been thus
Beasley 1887 by Geo. E. Pace aa a colored skinned off remaining stumps, spent
"nova, prompted by the .trap, and enthralling film that stands aa
E c. Priest and Herman ten under control. settlement, where the lots would and when a stump has yielded Its far on the project. It will take
this Instrument was so limbered up one of Hollywood's outstanding
JlT01"1*. Barefoot and # all the roots around It about $1,200 for the
Incumbents. Beasley sell like hot cakes on account of are dug up In the process till, next morning It achievements. The supporting cast completed job
About" Discount Ends Monday I the name. But the brethren evidently and utilized. had to be soaked In salt water and Includes Herbert Marshall, Ruth All persona Interested In fencing i
439 !
<10 Vote Persona are qualified Monday la the last day that the thought It would be a sacrilege While the inhabitants of Reno, hung In the sun, to regain Its Chatterton Dixie Dunbar, and the town are asked to be pies'a

ten per cent discount on light bills to build there and raise pigs Starke's colored quarter, are givento proper temper. Shirley Deane. ent at the court house Saturdayand ,

Lee -. may be claimed City Clerk Carl and puppies In Marse Llnkulra's be obstreperous at times, thoseof The body of the man of the spirit Sunday and Monday brings to bring donation.

Allen On Radio Johns reminded consumers yester- own town, so they kept shy of the Lincoln City are Godfearingand the word and the water, who no the Ritz a story of mystery and romance .

Many le here will be Inter* day. In compliance with a recent layout. Very few lots were sold peaceable. These qualitieswere valiantly fought the world, the on the Atlantic "The Princess Evening ServiceThe ,
ated to know that Lee Allen pop- ruling of the Bond Trustees and to actual settlers, and the only Injected Into the preceding flesh and the devil, rests among Comes Across" with Fred

!liar violinist and the huahaod of the City Council all meters will be profit reaped from the enterprisefell generation with a figurative force- the iron rocks of Clark's cemetery MacMurray and Carol Lombard In regular evening service at \ ..

the former May Blossom' Williams taken out of houses where bills to the Telegraph, for publishing pump, wielded by the Rev. Bombardier until the time come. to get up and the stellar roles. The picture reunites the: Baptist Church will be resumed
eon be beard fifteenth, it In the delinquent tax list This militant old preacher ; Sunday with the return of the "
each Monday Wed1Y have not been paid by the say "Ready: But his spirit In still the screen sweethearts who I pastor
.. and< Friday at 9:30 o'clock he said. Bills may be paid to Mr. year after year put "de fear ob de Lawd" Into I alive In Lincoln City He was succeeded became national favorites In their j the Rev. C, B. Price, from a

IlL on the Norgo program over Johns at the City Hall during his But the colored folks eagerly all and singular. It was not past by Ed Johnson, a righteous first picture together "Hands ', month's vacation. Mr.\. and Mrs.

t:Jiv. Mr Allen has appeared on office hours which are settled around It, and a large ed or tacked down, but secured: man but not militant, dead now but Across the Table." Starring also In I Price travelled almost 4.50O miles
regular
.tage many times In Starke from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 4 on neighborhood Is vaguely known aa with spiritual lag-screws and I I not forgotten. this comedy romance are Alison In their car without even so much

11I4 his frlend" here are interested week days and from 9 to 12 on Saturdays Lincoln City. This territory Is clinched nails to stay put even Lincoln City enables' the tired Sklpworth, William Frawley, and as a puncture to mar their trip.
ed I
fOllowing his career. Starke's big laundry. Old wash unto the second and third generation businessman of Starke to sell lots George Barbler I They went aa far north as Canad.
relics from The old man wore an uncompromising and aa far south Miami whit
pots are lying about Playing at the Ritz Tuesday and i aa
-- + I of washing powder and soap, a
Singing) Convention the time when stumps were plentiful beard his hair was well as shirts and the quality of dry Wednesday la "Case Against Mrs.\. way. Mr. Price recently turned
Leased stakesof "done and the plaits stuck out down a call to the First ,
Filling Station and there were survey up good the ladies dare send out to Ames, with Madeline Carroll and BaptistChurch I
r.'l'e Bradford County Singing Green, son of Mr. and fat pine at the lot corners to' like accusing fingers all around I. have washed. The clothes brought George Brent. In Stuart. .
() wl" Robert and used for fuel But I his head. He rode a bay mare, who .. ..
meet Sunday leased the be pulled up -- --- -- --
e Pte Mrs. Adam Green, has back may have a yellowish tint
2aPtiat Church with the Wateroak filling station In connection with now the laundresses have no wood was protected from gad file by an when the water in the wells Is low: Matthews Uninjured Big Fish t'KII ieu ,
">a ? on the State Farm Co. and will for boiling clothes: they have to apron of sacking: in one saddle the shirt collars may be frayed .
will be aU-day Torode Chevrolet 'em clean by rubbing and by bag he carried his Bible, In the other E. S. Matthews member of the When a nine-pound black bead. Ft
11I4 singing Oil Co products. get from hard rubbing, the buttons
:IDe innerThere on the grounds. Every- handle Standard formerly operatedby beating with the "battling stick," I a piece of buggy trace, both of broken by the battling stick, arid State Railroad Commission, escaped caught In any lake It la news, but It
Ii Invited to attend. The station was Oil Co. which la bad for the clothes but which he wielded with telling effect the handkerchiefs reduced to mere with a few slight bruises and when It Is caught In Kingaley I

-. the American excellent for the development of He did not believe In spoilingthe unable to withstand a scratches when his automobile overturned Lake It la front page news But it ,

Farm Sold brawn, and a Lincoln City woman child, and he sometimes wentto ,vigorous gossamer sneeze, but all that maybe near Baxley, Ga.. last happened to D. A, (Red Montelta '

tJThe Wll30n Births can always be told by her swelling the school and walloped the overlooked when It I I. considered week, after hitting a cow. J. H. last week. He caught the big fellow 1
: Realty Co reporta and shoulders and teacher for sparing the rod. Danc- Tench, rate expert with the commission near the "big ,craa." with rat /',
muscles on arms
ob deLawd"
Grlffla. that it was done "in de fear .
MCc. rot sale of the E. J- Lewis Mr. and Mrs. George her chapped hands, the latter caus- ing he held to be a wile of the and to the tempo of some who Wall also In the car and reel. Klngnley generally: 'l
ilia thirty acres m the Water- Starke, boy August 18. corrosive washing powder 4.uds. devil: and be raved against it. Hence was badly Injured but his condi- not regarded aa good flatting territory
Hicks, ed by such -
kaoIlYllle.tecUon *L R. T. Smith of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Boiling the clothes wouJd appeared at a dance, to re- hymn as tion baa Improved and he Is now because of the exceptionallyclear

t, The new owner ex- Hampton, boy, August 29. them and make the work era :nouualll. "But, Brudder Bum, "Oh. happy' day, 0" happy day.: out of danger They were on their water and the large number

et few to tak.days.Poweaaloa within the Hetlbronn Mr. and Spring Mrs. Freeman. girt August Hodges 29. save ler: but wood costs money, ",'laere'lI I t de Bib!* dose said dare a When I done wtuUi! dam sins away," 'IIoay to a meeting la AtLiatx of bathers and boat





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In'" !'AGE TR'0 BRADFORD COUNTY fELEGRAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA FRID'\1.8EI'TE\IBEfI:

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a I GUM' BRANCH HIGHLAND PINE LEVEL NOTICE SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. with the host andguests --


l$ t t ; j MlMi. Elizabeth Harnage. Cor. Minn M. E. Crews, Correspondent Ir.. II. M. McllMt, CorrrapondenlJ O. E. Crosby Correspondent home wishing and children the '. : I.r

t deacrihed lands. or so h m",,
Notice I. the following
1 t'. of W. and daughter hereby divan that due for taxes Birthday Celebration more years of uaefiimn, '11 Y
and Miss/ Eloise Hardee Hawthorn Buddington mach thereof a. will b. .cu..ry 10 pay the amount
+ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williams
t'i visited relatives here Sunday Ernestine of Bradford R. I., and h..r.'n' act oppoaite to the same. together with cost of such .al. and Sunday was a gala day at the Mrs. Ed Driggers
J:: C. Sapp all of Jacksonville .dvcrtiaing. will be poll at public auction on the 61h day of October. i 1" .
r.'. jrpent the weekend with their parents William Crews was a visitor to Mrs. C. K. Andreu of Panama 1936. before the COUlt House Door at Starke. the County of Bradford. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nor for her home in Am ,",,n, I "iy
y v Starke City are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. State of Florida. man at Sunny Brook Farm when a visit here with he, '"'r
Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sapp. Saturday I? ,", ," ,' .
of M. McRae. 1I..I.tI. see T R.A Owner Tntea ('e...'. the children met to celebrate his and Mrs. J. E. Norn, \I"
1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, J D. Griffls and Ralford Starling Ill"r ,

:.J" Graham spent laat week with Mr. of Evergreen were visitors Mrs. RU3sell Thomas and Misses One Lot In NW rvr of seventieth birthday. Dinner was relatives her'

'i :. and Mrs Ancel Norman. here Sunday.Mr. Doris and Agnes Thomas of RisIng W'i of NE' of NEW! being spread on tables under the large Miss Rosa Mae Norman
8$ fl K: &W by; ] 10v oak trees in the ya.'d A bountiful '
Miss Vesta Me 188
::1 Mr. and Mrs E. Jackson and and Mrs. Cecil riardee. Miss were visiting ft N A S. .-___ _._---28 < 22 -.A. Wilkinson' ___.__ 1.18 spent the PMt year ID> 'I..k. ,, r ..
Rae dinner was served end all left
:Mr. and Mrs. B M. McRae and Maggie Crews and Miss Kathaleen Saturday. Com 100 fr vv of NH' 'or present Sunday for Lake WH,, ,
Mr. and Mrs J. E. and of W'. of NW',4 of ME'. enjoyed the occasion to full extent. she has re
.'r'i children of Pine Level were visiting Hardee were visitors to Lawtey Starling accepted a posit., .

friends and relatives here Sunday Sunday afternoon. children spent Sunday with Miss wtooft.N845ftE100ft Among those present were Mr. James Norman

Mitts Eloise Wilkinson spent Maggie Starling at Starke. to beg _-----:_-_ ---28 6 It Easie. Davis ______ 8.00 and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, Mrs. Elbert day from Waverly return wher, "Slur_
Com at 8K Cor of SWi of i,
1 Miss Ella Mae Sapp returned to Thursday night in Lawtey with The birthday party given at the HWVJ a run w 796 ft N Harrell. of Gainesville G. R. Alvarez been working during hi, 1'8

? her home here Saturday after Miss Corrle Denklns. home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. MeRae's 316 ft 1:1808: ft E 208 ft I. Mr. aid Mt e. Ernie Norman vacation. He will enter ironer_
'I thence E 174 ft 8 '02 ft iK:,, >,
and children of (lt!, esville Mr. 01
: and bere.
: spending some time In Jacksonville A number of folks from here attended Tuesday night !in honor of to bet also certain )

and St. Augustine with relatives. : the Ice cream social givenby Hisses Myrtls Fountain and Ves lands H of Airs, Hpark-: Mrs. Ed Driggers and children of --.-_ .

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hubbard the P T. A. at the Lawtey t& McRae was well attended. Iced of man SWW A W -of-_-Uy--_In--_SB'i--. 28 8 22 = Mrs, E:. F. Johns, Estat __ S.SS Auburndale Mr. and Mrs. T. D. :' Nears Close of

I, are spending a few days with her School Friday night. lea and cake were served and they Com at 8E Cor of KW'J of Proctor and children of Lake But SeasonLIVE

"pi parents. Mr. and Mrs J. N. Nor- Miss E. Ricks and C. M. Griffls both received many nice and use HW 4 A run W 7H5 ft N ler James Norman of Waverly OAK-The Live ,
316 I ft Nil tot ft B Of '
M and Mrs. Joe ?
man. and Rev M. F. Knight of Max. ful presents.Mr. I thence K 174 Ft B 902 ft Norman and bacco market has cloa..i ,

,rl I,;. Mr. and Mrs W. C. Conner of trille attended union meeting services and Mrs. B. M. McRae and to lands beg 8 of alHO Mrs. certain Hpark- baby Albert Norman and Miss season. Most of the crop" i 1Iu, 'he

I, Rising section spent Saturday of Macedonia Church near children and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. man W of Ry In SE'i Rosa Mae Norman of Lake Butler sold. Sales >een

{ night and Sunday with Mr. and Jacksonville, Sunday. Jackson were dinner guests of Mr. of :%. 1U84 ttxei28 8 22 Mr. E. F. Johns Estatl.65 Mr. and Mrs. J. E yesterday iotilM, ,,?:. .
i W, of lots 6, 8 of blk 19. Norman. 974 pounds at "
Mrs. W of *, 1 an
M. Wlmberly Starke ,
'H :Mrs. L. L. Conner. and Ms. T. N. Norman in Gum Original 1 .. giarke average ""f 'gm.

(4: Mrs. J. L. Gasklns and children visited here Tuesday. Branch section Sunday. In NE"4 of ;{V.f __, 28 6 22 Freeman Register ___. 48.80 After a pleasant afternoon spent ly better than twentysea \".',, 'R

-,' I of Heilbronn were visiting! Mr. and .---- Jessie Morgan of Glen St. Mary'swas w'Original><, of lots Town 6, 8 of of blk Mtiji I .14 kIn .N

''i, Itj'! Mrs.: J. N. Norman and family HAMPTON vlsitlng'vfrlend8 here Monday NK'4 of Hwy, lnl.28 ( !2 Freeman Register ___. (4 OS acres In SVf'A boundedN 1 -'
by J a. Alvarez and b
l{. Monday night. Ml.a Ada fMMA.. Correspondent Mrs Austin Fender was called to Wife of lots 6, 8 of bile 19.Original K by Adams st If Continued '.
Town of Stnrke
::1 ;t Mr. and Mra II. II Keene and Mr. and Mrs .Jim White and acksonvllle Sunday because of the In NE>4 of SWi.. JJJ2 ..28 6 22 Freeman" Register ___ 64,06 A W by south by ry lands "
/ i Harley'and I death of her brother. Groover batten W'u of lots *. 8 of blk ID. lands g.1IvPleJ
J
1
C.
children Vanlce, R. Mrs. Castor of Gainesville visited Original Town of Sturke

'1 I. Dorothy and Miss Ruth Johns of Mrs. White's nephew and niece who died Saturday night at In NE'i of SWU.19I3: 28 6 22 Freeman Register ____ 62.48 dition Madison lo A Stnrke W of Walnut S of

; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. While here re I Riversled Hospital after a twoweek'lI Wife' of lots 6, 8 of blk 10. St. __ ___--_-28 5 22 Elizabeth J'
j I Cross City were visiting friends Illness. Original Town of KtarkeIn One'I ::3tYI-cx:;: E of Christian O J.unl,I, .
cently.W NK'i of HWVt. l''H!' .. 28W'aof < 22 Freeman Register. .__. 48.30
a; a here Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Annie Mae Harnage of Gum block ao as extend Church & bounded ..
N. Brown had as bin guest /S by Call St and E by
P and Mrs. P. D. Reddish and this week his nephew the Rev. 'Branch is spending this week with 8 ed 105 on ft.lCn Original M eyi Map, Town Cx Broadway St -____ _____28 6 22 Freeman Rerl-i a if

+ i children spent Sunday with her Seaborn Brown of Albany Ga. J.// tier j uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. of Starke In 1:11ot: :\' One lot Church lying E A of bounded Christian ) 91..
J B. M. McRae. SW'4' __. .28 6 22 )Mrs. E. F. Johns Estate-.43.65 /8 'all
i by St and E
by Irci
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow WU' of block 80 as ezten.l- .
1 tax .28 6 22
are the proud parents of a son, who I Remember the State Association ed on En..eyn Man Ex i One r'1'rnIEl; of Christian Freeman ReKlttT .
meets with Pine Level Church this 8 105 ft. Orlttlnal Town .
.J arrived August 29. Churih &: boundedH "
of Starke In
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan is visiting her week-end.: There will be services HW''-.. for 1914 NK'4 Taxi-s.-28 of e 22 -Mrs, H. F. Johns, Estate..43 by Call St and 1912 E tax.28 by 1
; 1' AUTO PARTS Friday Saturday and Sunday with I.nta0&IexN9'yftof' Broadway Nt 6 22 Freeman R., >
I slater Mrs. Willie Sullivan In Wal- One lot lying E of Christian
lot
1 blk I I. 1lvlnll".lonTrllhy
y do. dinner on the ground each day. & Co',1 1 Church & bounded
< Ion
Q ... II H/ by Call St ahil! fcj
New and I Paris for all welcome. to Htarke by ,4
: takes of earN trucks A trailers. Mrs Chapman and family of Everybody : In W'.j of Broadway St 1933 tax 28 6 22 Freeman I
NF NE', __ 28.tits 6 22 Mm, Inn Greens ___ 15.30 Regl-i." i
-- ---- -- One lot E Christian
, i ;, t Gainesville are visiting her lying of k
A'r.j'I' woe a MKI'tl. "0. parents
",
O & 1 ex N \9'fj' ft of Church A boundedS J
;
lain JACKMON: W. lletiver* II IH-,t-himr FI.OIIIKi.It-llUU/ : Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sum- WOODLAWN' lot 1 blk 1. Llvlnimton / by 'all "St and E by 'I 1

i mers. Truby & Co's Addition Broadway Ht 1914 tax 28 6 22 Freeman RegiM .
I Mrs A. J. Yarbrough, Cor. to stnrke In Wu'} of Com at NW cor of SandeiHon .
The Hampton) Public School !is NI-JI, 1934 Tnxes 1..28 Mr Inn .
A total of tests cattle ., 6 :S2! Green ...... 2265 Lane & Hogan
1 525,000 on progressing nicely under the able r.OIN 1. 2, 3 of hlkl0f.ivInltaton Alley & run N on said
1 't 'rSn 35,000 herds of the nation were The farmers of this section are Trilby A I'o's Lane 52 ft W 110 ft S 62
f '"' made workers In the management of Prof. Sponholtz, very pleased over the good rainswe Aildllton tn staik: in fl to Hogan Alley thenceE .
i by campaign and the efficient faculty. WV- of NE'i' _____ -?. 28 6 22 Mil Maria Thornton ._ 4 77 : to beg __ ._______ _. 28 6 22 Dr.:, E. L. Blgg* J-I.: i ,r.
to control Bang disease In March are getting.A .nts 1 1. 2, 3, 12 13, 14 of Com at NW cor of San-
: ) large crowd from this .section blk IS, Livingston Tru drmm Lane & HoiranAlley .
41 ji -'- -- -- hy & Co's Addition to .
A run N on said
attended Miss Effie Crawford'sGlee .
t I ;1 A. G. Morse, of Chicago, who Club Party Wednesday night. 1 Lots Stnrke 4. A.In II,W'7'*of of.hlk N1'I 28.28 8 23 -. W. F. :Mott ____?____ 32.85 ft Lane to 6J Hogan ft W Alley I 60 ft thence 8 62 \

j testified In his divorce suit that t Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mrs. (Livingston 0'10 Addition Truhv Stnrke& K to beg 1031 taxes _.28 8 ?2 Vt. E. L. Big-g--I r' i (
J lie had do housework to Com NW of Hand
to all the al
re'married 'eyc'0, Oy+ '> E E Yarbrough and Mr. and Mrs. In WW of NRli .. ._.28 6 22 R. X. Thomas ___._ 9.76 ..neon Lane cor A Hoiran \N
his former wife l9 t e I Lot 3 of hlk Ik, Living. -
'r
A. J. Yarbrough and son visited Alley A run N on said ,
Kfon Truhv & Co's sub- Lane 62 ft W 60 62
1 1r ft S a:
Mrs. N. M. Bradley at Keystone division In NEy of ft ,
,, to Hogan Alley thenceE
kIskw Heights last week-end. Blocks NE", -- .- -.28 6 22 Moss Graham ..--__._ 5G5 to beg. 1932 taxes __.28 8 22 Dr. E. L. Blirir-I 1'_' I k
37. 3D,
|
r Livingston
I rnni at NW cor nf San r
.h I'y D tea Mrs Gladys Carter who Is em- Tniliv & Co's SuH-dlvl- derson Lane & Hogan

ployed in Jacksonville was visit- slon In NEH of NEVi.____28 6 22 A. O Jenkins ____... 15.75 Alley A run N on call jf
Lota9,10&S8ftof lots Lane 62 ft W 50 ft S 62
IEMILEJACKSONVILLE Ing at her home this week-end. 7, 8 of Blk 13. N. J Jones ft to Hogan Alley thence j.,

/ ,f Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns were Addition to Starke. In K to beg, 1933 taxes ____28 I 22 Dr. E. L. ElggH K-I, .
t nt N.AS 8EV4 of NWViV of Wal-
business visitors to Starke Saturday nut St. -______________.28 8 22 Dr. A. E. Dunham __. 22.65 Pom: derson at NW Lane cor A of Hogan San :

TAa Mo".n. J Lots 2, 3, 4 of blk I C N rkJ. Alley &: run N on call I,
1, t4 A.rur opeNsnot A large crowd attended the Jones Addition to Lane 62 ft W 60 ft S 62
/ door witk
In SEW ot NWii W of t..
ft I
NQw .... acne You dance at Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- Walnut St __________. 28 8 22 to Hogan Alley thenceE
... ... ...... (HARLIt GRINII,Ma.,.. Dr. E. L. Biggs' Estate.. 18.15 tn beg 1934 taxes 28 ( 22 Dr. E. L. BiggE.ti,', i '
ZS ... el ....d'.N.Y. brough's Friday night.Mr. Lots 2, 3, 4 of blk C N. J. The Nil vOflyO lot 62'', ft \'
.. ...d Itnr- YOUR leoWldul comfort and sntoiWnnif and Mrs. Harley Keene and Jones Addition to Btarke E A 210 ft NAS
k .1..,. lessee It a..tta.1 read impoXwxs si (hit moJmm. In 8EV ot NW', W of bounded N by Jackson I'
I ( '' Jr sees.i kM-pfool/, Kami-Ill* keel lorded Is IM heat sons Vance R. C., and Harley and Walnut St' 1931 Taxes 28 8 22 Dr. E, L. Biggs Estate 22.35 St, W by Bay St a: by :,
1 lt, L el devnMows Jclitosvilt. Every wits nieces Dorothy and Ruth Johns I Lots 2, 8, 4 of hlk\ C. N J. Ilosran Alley ___28 < 22 Pro E. L. Biggs EMHI-
item Jones Addition to ,....'k. T The NV4 of one lot 52tr, ft
tab .ad down, ,oh w.t.r, u... .t all of Cross City were visitingMrs. In BEVi' of NW4 W of E &W by 210ftN&S'

1.44..ad saline fan...ev.ry bed wok an... W. R. Kersey Sunday. Walnut St, ID.13 Tuxes 28 8 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate 22.35 bounded N by JacksonSt.
cptinf mamn and isdintdttfl nadM Ismpt. 1 Lots 2, 3, 4 of *lk C. N. J. W by Bay St S by
Mr. and Mrs. Marius Johns of Jones. Addition to StarkeIn HoCa.AII.y 1931 tax..28 t 22 Dr. E. L. Bigg Estate, 4 !,
Alt CONOITIONIO Jacksonville were visiting his SE14 of NW" W of The N'i' > of one lot 62'\.. ft hit
COCKTAIL lOtiNoc corrci SHOP Walnut St, 1933 Taxes 28 8 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate 28.65Dr. A W by 210 ft N&Shnundel
r Rda-S4nl. nits Fs. Bd mother and father Mr. and Mrs. I Lots 2. 8, 4 of hilt' oC2t N N by Jackson
I ia E. C. Johns this weekend.Mr. Jones Addition rkJ. St.' W by Bay St 8 by
TtReMSOO IC Rosa, 12.50 In 8EV4 of NW>4W of Hogan Alley 1932 tax ..28 (22 Dr. E. L. BICI" Estate {
| 40Re .S300 I4RMHMS350 Middleton Rosier was a recent Walnut $t., 1914 'I'a.N.28 < 22 E. L. Biggs Estate. 18.15 the N'\\v"tn2ioIOf\\ Sly H ft
90 hmfl I..r.n PMMH S.i 14.00 business] visitor in Gainesville O nNIot114ftN&Sby E A N A S f
SW. /ad..kk.a..s/ 60 ft E A W E of adjoining bounded N by Jackson
blk St. W by Bay St 8 by '
I. T""pl.NAddition "
j i r 4Af I' i if Oil... I POUND H...,, ---... to Stark In Hogan Alley 11)33\) tax _.28 I 23 Dr. E. L. BlKgi Extat" I, ..
jx9 MOTIL PAIIIM HOUl DIIOIO :NRV, of NWV, 6W\: }, of The NH of one lot 624 ftE&W6y

f ::(V '" 0.._- ..T.-.. s.-.. 0.r RISING NE'4' W of Ry _,._._.28 6 22 Mrs, E. H.: Smith_____ 33.45 210ftN&S; ))1
- - '"'" hounded. N by JacksonSt. "
4 u__ Miss Edna Lewis Correspondent Onelnt114ftN&Sby: W
t 60ftE& 1Vsofad- by .I9:4t ..f'uy ,11
r, joining: blk I. Hogan Alley, 28 4 22 Dr E. L. BIn" Estate' ,
r Mr. and Mrs. H, P. Fouts and to Starke TemplesAddition In One lot com 60 ft W of ,I

FUNERAL DIRECTOR children of Lakeland spent part of NRV: of NWi A\: Wi4 of NW Lane. Cor& of Sanderson. & 1)
Hogan
Alley
3 't this week with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. One NEin:" lot W 114 of III Ry.: 1931.6S bv._28 6 22 Mr. E H. Smith 39.75\ run N 117 ft W 87 ft 8

My Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Ma to Render Lewis. 60ftE& WEofadW nl ft W 65 ft S 821,4 ft to I

EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and joining Addition: blk tn I.Starke Temples. 140 Hogan ft to Alley beg _-thence________E_28 t 22 Dr. E. L Biggs Extat I
In
1,1, MODERATE PRICES children Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Cros- NBH of N\Vii4 A WV4. of fine lot molo ft W of

DeWITT C. JONES tt 'N'*'. by and Miss:!! Edna Lewis all were (>n NE'j. lot W 114ftS&of Hy. 1933 a_.by__28 6 S3 Mrs, E. H. Smith ____ 39.75 NW Cor A Hogan SandersonLane Alley & \

; Starke Florid visiting In Gainesville Saturday.Miss 50ftEA W B of adjoining run N 117 ft W 87 ft M
b 8 1 ft W 65 ft S ft to
1 Girlie of Auburn- ; blk I. Temples 62H ;
Delacey, '
i I Addition, to Startte In Hogan Alley thence E ,
I dale spent the week-end with NR'i of NW'4' A WH of 140 ft to beg, 1931 tax.28 6 22 Dr. E.. I* Biggs Esta' '0 t

art Misses Vera Lee and Irene Lewis. NE'. of Ry 1913 ,_____28 6 22 Mrs. E. H. Smith__.__ 42.90 (:>ne NW lot Cor com of 60 SanderaonLane ft W of .

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent liie lot 114 fr NaSby & Hogan Alley & \
60 ft E A W E of adjoining

Expert RepairingSmith's Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. ; blk I. Temples .1 !N* r. ., A3 run ft N117ft W 56 ft 8"W147ftS 52Mi ft to" x
i1IFor Addition to Starke' In oNE'4
L. L. Conner of Gum Branch. '. Hogan Alley thence E -
: 01 NW'I & W'" 01 140 ft to beg. 1932 tax.. 28 6 22 Dr. E,> L. Blare EMU t "
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. and
Crosby >4 Wof R193f/,: __28 6 22: Mrs. E. H. Smith___._ 33.45 ( ft of
a children and Miss Edna Lewis Lots 13, 14 of Mk 12, Temples )1vJnl} Cor ntotO ndVr" 1

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Addition tn Starke Lane & Hogan Alley A "
In,
NRi-i of NWi' A WiJ runN111ftWB7ftSe3 : "
Garage Eddie Sullivan of Theressa. of NB'., W or Ity 28 6 22 Mrs. S. H. Osborn ____. 21.83 ft W 65 ft S 52V ft tn -
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Driggers and I'"lj of hlk 19 ex lot 8 &: Hogan Alley thence E
N'NK",, of lot 0. Temples 140 ft to beg 19.13 tax.283ne 8 22 Dr E. L. Blgf Estut'. )
children returned to their home in Addition tn Htarko, In, ( lot com 60 ft W of
Auburndale after visiting a few NJo1'of NMVV 4fc WH of NW Cor of Sanderson
.*" Phone 120 "'''t NE,4 W of fly .____..28 6 22 Oeo. F. Scott -.___-___ 20.55 Lane & Hogan.. Alley A
f 0 days with relatives here. S1 I}* of blk 19. Temples Addition runN117ft WS7ftS ,

;. Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Crosby and to t'm\ ill ft W511ftS52'4ftto \
of NW", A Hogan Alley thence E I
I' Wrecker Service Day or children and Miss Dorothy Crosby W of Hy ._____._ j..__,.28 6 22 Fred A. Scott _____ 35.48 140 ft to beg 1934 X_.2S 6 22 Dr. E. L Biggs E"'..
Night'I Mrs.t Lot 3 of blk 24. Temples"
spent Sunday with Elder and
Addition tn Star-He In R11iI r' Part of a 8 acre lot com
q f ij fl : C. A. Crosby of Brookcr. NB>4 of (, WH of at NE cor of land formerly -
y NE's W r-v; .28 6 22 Mrs. Miron Harmon __ 3.45 owned bv T. W.Sweat .
? Lots. 1. S 7 Ac run E to E line
4. II. *, 11. 12, of Sec 20 thence H '
onSee
13It of blk 24 TemplesAddition
3 \ line 220 yards.
to Hturke. In
rI1ri.'i thence W to 8E cor of
Nim of NWi &: W4 of .
____ ,. NE', W of Uv 28 6 22 G..o. F. Scott .__.??-- 18.46 Maid land Sweat formerly thence owned N by to

Lots n, Addition 10 of ',lIe to 27!Starke Tern beg In NEtI of UK': ,, __ __29 6 22 J. Hot h UsLottie ____. ..
Ilea 4 In Shof $E'
.' of acres *
1 of NI.t.: 4 W NV'V of Itv .__':'_'28 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate. 8.87 bounded' N by Fields

ltJ CDCD ( [ MaaHLIGHT 'Lots 0, in of hilt 27. Temples plate W S: by by land Hy &of E:Mrs.Wells by. {

o (3tr; 'In NRH:Addition of NWI tu,, lit Stark W y St. .________ __________28 8 22 CARL Wiley JOHNS: Tat

of XRi', W of nv. 111128 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estat. 3.87. _
r.nts ft, 10 of Ilk 27 Temples '
Addition' tn Starke.
In, XKi', of NWi,, of Wy NOTICE I
.. FtAk Y of \K't W nf fv( H12 .U 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs Eetate3.87

Lots 9, 10, nf hlk 27. Temples Notice Is hereby given that the following described. land- .; II
Addition tn Starke much thereof. as will be necessary to the amount due for
In pay t'"
VFi nf :NWI.J Of WHof 1 1015: herein of .". .
set opposite to the together with cost ..
NEiJ W Dr. E. L. Estate4. same '
of i DI. 63
,1 Hv. U3:1..28: 6 22 met advertising, will lie sold at public auction on Monday, the far
\ tJ.k' .01. ..9, Addltlnn 10 of blk 27. Tem r,f September, A. D 1936 at the hour of 13 o'clock noon at th r

\ 1.1. NF.'. nf tn Stark r House .door the County of Bradford, In the City of StarHf sFlnrliia.

t ,' of NE W of Ity&4 28 821 Dr. E. L. Biggs Estate 3.87
t I? t t...,. I. 2. R. 8. of Ilk 2 A -
MOOMJGIIT land S nf blk 2 to land fazes
J and buses well together. You'llr

I t ,.. thoroughly enjoy traveling la a go Florida Motoe Lines bus tion"l; r stark>. Alvares ."dl.u jj Mrs. S. F. Hamrick ____ 17.52 of U..lp'Ny. tlf lNn NE'" _____!O._10.. T 7 19 R A 40 Mn.Owner Icabelle Holdlni8L'4 It ..'J.1A1j :

...1. t, 2. 8. 6, of hilt 2 A of N"EIh.. __ .--__ .13 '7 11 40 111. P. Malheny -
j'L'' land S of Mk 2 to land 2 i A In SE Cue of NW ; of "\
.. line. J O Alvsret addition
'S' ,, .: of all to ttlvel on business or pie*sure. You cat really t I tn Stark. 1914 .. 28 6 22 Mrs. 8. F. Hamrlck._. 57.00 NE'jf being tAN lv&8E'ex a a
) saw *r.c- lelax and .nOT) TOW his br lOaU BnaJ Lots 1. 2, : 4. 1I0" 11, 11 wAI7Ff.. "'A & 1
3
.
1 1 # .. M.. FINEST SERVICE-LOW KST FARES of hilt : J. Alvarec SWy of NEJ,4.._ .:____U S 20 185 J. L. Johns ___
Addition
to Stark H of ,
A "
,; r T a "- r. Jacksonville .- .80 Tampa -260 Madison A W ot Walnut E1'two: of NEI :V.111 U S 20 100 O. E. Crosby .
: .r : Beach .245 Orlando -260 St.' _. i._ 28 < 22 Elizabeth 0. Lamb .._ 25.54 Frarl; Block 2 --
,4 Daytona ew
r :: rte-- Miami -_5.80 Tallahassee -2.80 Lots of I hlk,I 2, 1, 4.J. 9.O. 10, 11, 12 River __ ________'___ 23-24 I 20 Ella Whitehead
3. Alvare
Lou: 1, 3 Elk 13, New 4 I
f 6.10New York _____14.15 '' ,
ti Atlanta Addltlnn to fitarke \> nf lover _-__--- .- --_- f3-24 I 20 Ella Wblt.b.adE1 --
1 -+ 10% Reductions on Round Trip Tickets Madison 1:14 W ot Walnut of N}, of Lot t & NEy
Ht Taxes 18 6 22 Elizabeth CJ. Lamb ___ 88.40
of all, of Lot I .____ ___31 I 20 90 L. O. Johnson -
I Lots 1. 2. 9, 12
3. 4. 10 11. N4 of Lot 7 & of S"-
a. UNION BUS STATION of hlk 4. J. n Alvares of Lot A -_Noa________-11 8 20 SO H. R. Ha..n .
Addition to Stnrke S of
MRS. E. H. SMITi1, Agent dladleon 8t A W of walnut 't of fLJ 11 -_i- wt331 6 20 40 R. E. L. GreenW

opposite Court House l'hone 120.W St-------------ISLots 8 22 Elisabeth O. Lamb ____ 1425 NWy, of I\\' NAAt4I2
} of 8 20 30 1. O. .John.onr
1, 2. 3, 4. 9, 10. 11. 13
NEy olio ______ "
j f S t r of hlk) 4. J. 1. Alvares rot : bEy 88 8 20 140 Empire Lumber
'W14; of _______
1 J I NW\ h a 7 20 40 W. R. HodgeNE'
N IARIDAM0T0 IVES Madison Addition St to AV Ptarke of Walnut S nf : of NW}t __. Ii 7 20 40 n. E. L. Or..n1J'i

4 i St 1934 Taxes ,. .28 4 22 Elizabeth O Lamb14.25 / '': .'I/E "o-V\V; 06
}
S I acres In 8W,< hniiniledN b 4
by J. n. Alvar andR et about 3 A nf public
GRE OUND 1 1rQ by Adams Ht If Con. road & NEV, of SWVi ex I
tinned south by ry lands 1 A In SB Cor: -_ .___h I T 20 lt< Mr. Alma Shaw
A W by' 0.... Tompseit Com .t NE Cor of SW'.
lands, J. O. Alvares A<"- of SW44&runW210ft.\ .
J dltlon to ',""rk. H of cr i 8 (30 ft, E 210 ft. N (30 .i
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SEPTEMBER1THBHH __ _
BRADFORD '
Ip1 hTII' COCVTVMISSION
TELEGRAPH. '
--- 8TARKJG. FLORID
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determine - ---- ---
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I OF ELECTION what Porlifin' of said municipality I -'
'.in- Legislator IB a raral area and .a II.\LL : bier aim of ,
: t', nstltutlon of 1816 homestead In m-h rural area shall Faithfulness and earnestness In serto Him whom BOOTSEY'S BEACH KNOX PAYS TO AUVRRTISF. More than 25.000: ( varieties of ,' ,
ill did two not be limited IIR If hi a they worship! at- manifested as I '.
: lorida, pan city or service HOW KOOSRVRL.T RUINS I' S. J
;'f' ''h' 313'' proponing amend town Such inunlt lnajnmtt\' rxerelse are demonstrated In the through different situations and Mica Kffle Crawford Cor. flowerIng plants arc round tn the
j, //I' R, institution of the all the power of II iiuinli iual study of the Bible at the missionat conditions the We quote the following advertisement British tales i': 9'
,t' ,ind the same were corporation and shall also. be IP.-OIC- the attendance and interest I of the Chicago Dally '
I' .
I'' nixed "" one of the weekly meetings. Not Mrs. J. Roy Quinn has returned .
Stolt. ...t" of three each legal l Political\ serf remains g..oti.| I Mews> In Printers' Ink > --
,.. s elected to divisions of the Stale with the duties f I vIce "a.i to men" but a higher no- home> after spending some time a magazine ,
sill ,,.," totes on said Joint and obi lguImuit lie u < "untv and Using "The Three Cheers. of Je devoted to the publishing business!
hook I", ?, entered upon their shall be entitled to all the powers. erty mder, the said. certlfi.ate |I-.d, sus" as u topic the leader showed with friends and relatives in St "Here In Chicago storekeepers I"I"j1r
I '..J' .' "I i,, ,,MI5f ,, oats. with the yea rights and privileges, Including representation JJSV. In the name of Ha'ea & sternrf.ll1'11 at thla week's how George Ga. p
,,n. .and they did de- In the State Legislature study, throughthe Miss Frona are getting back their old pre-tlf /
"a. V",' ". Iln'ct I that the Bald which would accrue to It If It were !? first cheerve have Hla pardon Hodge of St. George, presalon smiles. People are mill ,
be submitted to a county. All property of Monroe accordingiitc, lawhthei.. CJu, spent the week-end with Mr. /
hr" '"I "II'> I (Matt. 9 21 the second In the st..etawIth crisp new
;> County and of the cheer ing
'
state at the Oenn municipality In .rt) described
,,
J' ; the L"erln will he. mid and Mrs. J. Roy Quinn. a
said
Ub ,n November 1936.r'ab county shall vent In such mu- to the highest .. at the court- His Presence I.Iohn 16:33): ) and packages> under their arms cash

; "'IURIrFORE: ',: I. R. A.State ORAYytrt. ot ed nicipal. as herein corporation provided when The establish offices' of the house door on Octobert1936e which third His Power: (Matt 14:271.: >. Miss Effie Crawford entertained registers jingling Trucks hlnk-
Mute of the nth of many friends with pound
I' )' five notice that aELECTION the V.lfrK.tn* Circuit Court and Is the 5th day of October, mil. Some of the youngpeople are par- Ing. And between the banks ol 1 $
: I :
..j I shall not be this; ty Wednesday night.E. I
fiIid 4k'rR1iL abolished but Tinted 2Sth r ,
: : the Legislature | day of *".rll"t. enlisting\ others and thus Michigan avenue the old 'goldstream' .I
rrch county In Flor- may prescribe the doing J. Roberta of Law ley spent
i'"d ill time when, and the method 1938.OFFlrIA their bit In of shiny new automobiles Could You Aslt1
sl6' next succeeding theIr by SRAL spreading the
)
1'r,. io : good Monday with Mr and Mrs. R. N.
which
such .
,"" .in' November. A. D. 1936. and the offices. shall be filled A. J. THOMAS: !! cheer of the Master. la at high tide again. Chicago"
fii" aid ,, -dav beingthe compensation to be paid to Clerk of Circuit Court Crawford. 'l
r"I back, faster 1
; I such* officers and showing more come
; ? may vest In them of
t "Tan. DO OF NOVEMBER addIUonaL.pow..n and > Bradford County, Florida Greetings from friends of the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier of "
T .. duties. No 9451102OT'll'E than any spot on the map''
.,,',n', utlon or rejection of county office shall be abolished or I I woik away on vacation were received Jacksonville were visiting Mr and e .
for htt's'I I I ,l Resolutions propos- I consolidated with another office' OK ELEC'r1Ov. and are appreciated.Next Mrs. J. A. Chesser last Wednesday The Chicago Dally News la owned 30,000 Miles on Twee '
| ,I f"", to the Constitution without making provision for the To the "Sheriff' of Bradford (Comity and published by Col. Frank
I"".. ," r Florida via performance ot all State duties now of the Slate nf Florida.: week Acts the Fourth ,
,I e or hereafter I prescribed by law to be : Knox whose sole "Issue" in his I '
'
of Jacksonville
EVOLUTION That Miss Millie Prlvltt -
.1M chapter will be I
I secretary studied and all have
\ of the
performed of
by curb Florid
county officer redo
"state' spectacular candidacy for the Vice 'ti
Prop ", \,lI..nd Constitutiontof Nothing contained herein shall affect hereby gins notice'. 'that a been asked to read and study them.EVERGJZEEN spent the week-end here with i
; 'I'ii I I .f the Section Presidency on the Republican ticket
\f'Ii (1"I"'lda. Relating top SO of Article III of the 6EEll \t. It.E/1'IOY: friend and relatives. Prov i -Hugged-Reliable 1 't
; ,' Constitution of the Slate of Florida, Will he held In Bradford in. that Roosevelt Is "ruining the
County. Gasklns of
and >
i the Aged Infirm except as to elicit | | Lacy George )
pruvistone
( ] therein State of Florida' .. un Tuesday "
next country
? 11.1"If as relate to regulating the Jurisdiction sin' l Hellbronn Springs spent Sundayhere i
Jnu' The egl.lelurei leeilltiK the first :Monilnv, III Ncnnilwr .>.- riaS
II ".."Itrd..I Bv FI"rlcia.0' ,and to duties of any class. of offlsera \ A D 1 l'! :3li. (he aiil. Tlin.lav ] .- :Mr... F. A. Correspondent' with A. J. and Stanley> Crawford Cnn you beat It ? Or do you care
Ia'"
summoning mid Rosier
i" of 1'ht- ,,,1 of Article :XIII of and petit Juried., to ImpanellingBrand accessing < behiK the'T'hird. Iuy to try? And why should )'ou'Vh..n 4 4S r,

1 I' ThIhe "" ,,n, of Provisions. the State of for Flor-the and collecting taxes r".. .i-mmty, purposes .For. rmted Slates\nranbPr Senator from the. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Norman and J. B. Gasklns was a visitor in \ we find anything thai look.

,." ited'" I ,,0", i and Unfortunate be uompoiiHatlon" and. to retaliating of county officers the fees and No Stale nnexplred' of Fiorida term, ,, of for. Duncan the 2 yvnr r daughter of Vanderbilt were visitIng Jacksonville over the weekend.Mr. > slightly consistent In this "solemn b

tad ., IF hereby amended to and law authorizing the eHtabllshlna or Fletcher 1 deceaned B E. Rosier and mother Wednesday and Mrs. Charlie Gasklns of crusade' back to where Roosevelt
,did In agreed
I and iihll milled, t to the electors oft abolishing of such Municipal corporation Fur I'nlted Slates Senator from the Starke was visiting ills mother started I the restoration we'll let CoupesSedansTrucluFOR
l pursuant to this Section State I of Florida. for the 4
: I t (i.-lm-lda.. at the next gen- shall become operative yearunexplred Mrs. Jean Gasklns Sunday after- you know.-- Democratic Executive i
.SIO' lie held on the first or effective term of Park Trammel ,- Mrs. R."S. Rosier spent Sunday SALE BY
'
"i until approved by
tn',, J. a majority J of the deceased Committee.
,.."4!,' '" the first Monday In qualified electors, participating In I For seven ((7) I'resldentlals, Electors: afternoon at the State Farm with noon. _. ,1
I ? i foi ratification or -- ---.------
I founl'I"( ? t. an election held In said county but For One Representative of the Second 1 Mrs. C. Johns. Henry A. McClellan
3 of Article
'. <1 .Section so longas such municipal corporation Congressional District of TRAIN SCHEDULE Buck the dog star, haa changedto
rl!< d shall read as fol- exists under, this Section Misses \MLLVH DEALER 'i
XIII! ? the the State of Florida. In the Sev- Louise and Clarice Rosier Our schedule changes Sunday his summer diet eating four

"los' The respective. count the Legislature law authorising may amend the same or extend without .d enly 1 states-fifth Congress of the I'nlt- spent Sunday with Miss Lo- i April 26 and trains will run as follows pounds of food daily Instead of six 901 Main StreetJACKSONli.LE

t lit, f'I,. -<'II., ball provide for In the referendum to the qualified voters For (] Ibed by law those
,
] 1 e- i unless the LeKlHlatlva act providing .
1tnn"
r ol 'h'!>' ",,habitants who l>y reason of for such amendment or extension For Secretary' of State of the State and Eva Jean Reddish at Boot- SouthboundNo. Birds walk on their toes onlY. "t'Ilieht.-Atlanta.. (ha.

I IP ,rf .,nitor misfortune aid and may shall provide for such referendum of Florida seys Beach. 1-Due Starke 11:31: P, M. What we call the leg of a bird la Or Write I
the
;are ,11, upon sym- For Attornev lenernl nf the State Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele and No. 15-Due Starke 3:12 p M.
:
.
f I.Torovlded., however Approved June 4. 1938. of Florida. really its foot. Southern Willy. Distributor I
tiehLegitlalur; may by general law For (4'o"tr"II. nf. the Slate- ..-.- of baby of Gainesville spent the week- No. 101--Due Starke 9:12: A. ),1. tt) .
poride t?. a uniform State-wide Florid: end here with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. NorthboundNo.
11dem f.., .nth,, benefits, and appro- The votes cast In compliance with For Treasurer. of the Slate of Florhla. f
BOREE FUNERAL HOME
piSt'. ""''"? a therefor; but no such said proposed amendments, and the Rosier 2--Due Starke 4tl5.: M.

nnerul law tVhwho shallshave canvass. declarations and returns For Superintendent nf Public. instruction Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan No. 16- -Due Starke 10:38: A. M. Full line! of Casket A Undertaker Supplies
to an) P'"' ""> thereof, shall. be subjected to the ; of the Stale of Floil.la t
of the State of Flor- entertained number of their No. 108Due Starke 5:18: P. M.
., 3 ie ldcnt same regulations and restrictionsas For Commissioner of Agriculture, of AMBULANCE SERVICE
E ro i porlod of five years. con"nooUKl5 are provided by law for fteneralelections the State of Florida friends with a weiner roast Saturday Starke and Wanne Branch DAY AND NIUIIT
: "' xi preceedlng his appllailju In the Stale of Florida. For Two Justices of the SupremeCourt. "
,, shall night. 101 Leaves Starke 7:00 A. M.
such No. :
.
th-i .for nor nenwimlda IN TESTIMONY: WHEREOF, 53 PHONE 53
1 1 for benefits to who I have hereunto set my For One Railroad Commlsslotiei" of Ben Rowe and Vollle Reddish No. 102- Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M +a
p.nonl, I account of O. II. BENNETT M_r.
itlj on age
hand and affixed the Great the State of Florida were business '
visitors to
ho .' tinned the age of slxtyme Seal of the State of Florida, Foi state Senator for Fifteenth Senatorial Evergreen, Dally except Sundays. "A IIOME-IJKK INSTITUTION"v 4
i a that Dlstllct of the State ot Friday T. J. GRIFFIN.
Iii laweof the at Tallahassee, the Capital,
.ber' l ,,m,ti> United this the let day of August, Florida.For ---
--- ---- --
Sitiet] I I"I or different period A. D. 1938. One Member" of the Mount* of ----------------- ------
,d I .fl'lr. ite( or citizenship shall (SEAL, Representatives. of the Slat'"I. I
bf fn, :Idn participate In made Fed- : of State.7m1030 For Coiinlv Judtre
I nil *i '' 'hat' mlitht be for For Sheriff
im'i'' pale, -. the. Legislature:: may For Clerk of the Clictilt sort Get Them !
pro, tb,] ii,'h requirements as. toil For County Assessor "f Taxes < Ready
.., hip, .iB' and residence as will :\OTKI-: OF 4PPh1'Vr10\ For Tax Collector.For .
i k i". i. ,ui,' with and not In con- "'01& '1"1] IKEO: County Superintendent of Public &\ '
till wl-li!! -in-h Federal IAW.PBI ." (Senate' Hill :\o. IfrH: I Instruction. I
\ .1 l Time 4. 1935. NOTICM: 1 IS IIKKKHV GIVEN:' For (Cmintv Surveyor
That H. II Arwoo.l holder of Tax For Five County Commissioni" \ ,?.*
.\ IOI.VT= RESOLUTION Ceitlficate No 237 Issued the 3rd For Three Members of the ColllIU' '
Prnpujlng, .11, Amendment to ArticleVIII day of August, A. D. 1931, has filed Hoard of Public Instruction 2
I the Constitution of the same In my office and has made For Justice of the Peace. In and forthe ONLY DAYS
Slat, ,,i Florida Relative to Cities application for a tax deed to be Issued following Juntlce Distil. \ tsVlx G
aid i .intlei thereon Sold ertlflcate embraces :
h
b
In It Rrnolird. Hr The Legislature the following described property No.8. I ,{ :?
ol The Ktme of KlorlHni In the County of Bradford, For Constable In and for the 1011Inl' ,," f
That \he' following; Amendment to State of Florida, to-wit: / Justice Districts, Vlx
Ar>: Ic 1 -HI ."f the Constitution of Lot 12, Town <>f I.a wt..y Nest of No.2
t Ihe ilai'. "' Florida relative to clt- Kallwav In Sections 21: 24, 85 In Te"tlmony.reor.' I have
\\n and ,,inlles, to be numbered. 211 Township 5 South. Range 22 hereunto set my hand and affixed LEFT FOR SHOPPING
gKiljn, 1 I'"i ,>.f said Article VIII be KHHt the threat Heal l of theState ,
The assessment of the said nf Florida, at Tallahassee ,
and th i.n.i" Is hereby agreed to property c<
sod hail I,". submitted to the elec- under the said certificate issued the Capital thin the 24th ;
I la* if" .iln" State at the General was In the name of Mrs 12 H day of August A l>. 14313:l
Elerti|,(.u,, ,iu he held on the First Harmon And ThenBACK JZ
rmda ifu'i the first Monday In Unless. said certificate shall be redeemed Secrelarv' nf I State' M1T
Kov.mb. i A D. 1936, for ratification according"": to law the prop- To A () ANnKKr. Sheriff Bradt'urd i
urejecti.n" ,, to-wlt: arty described therein will be solo County ,
*ctl. i 10 The Legislature shall to the highest bidder at the courthouse ')-4-9t-10-30
tare pnv't i I' to establish alter or door on the first :Monday Ii -r -- -- -
abolish Municipal corporation to the month of O"-iober, 1910. which lethe
.
taknowi as the City of Key West 6th., day of Oi tober, 19.16:
mending territorially throughout Dated this 241 h., day of August t
pre.' lit limits of Monroe Coun- IS'lH.
I 7. th, place of any or all coun- (OFFICIAL. SEAL)
t.4t.II'' municipal and local eovtrnmenr A. J. THOMAS, 1
boards, bodies and offlrt Clerk of Circuit Court
<" 'nnltutlonal. or statutory of Bradford County Florida tt\ x TO j
I'Klolatl i l i-xecutive. {Judicial! or ad- 8-28-51-9-25 WHEN !Hdntyt 'function bedly end vv ,
mml jurhdl t "n, powers, duties and woTirn of APPI.ICATIOYFOR .
with din''"..., burning tcanty or too
,.,
'tonu'
i u i such municipal corpor- TAX IM.RD
itlon I"'"- legislative executive Judicial Senate Bill \<>. tail: rr qunt urination and getting up .l SCHOOL !
net" administrative departments NOTICE u..fSSl HEREBY GIVEN, I night when you feel tir.dl n8fVOIlI.I ,
11 d I 'lib boards bodies and officers That bus. holder of sll upset use Doe.. *.
''I". divide the territory Included Tax Certificate No :31n issued. the I Doss nptclilly for poorly
,
Into subordinate of A D 11U4, has. are
in' -uch municipality 2nd.. day July
Just' anil uuonable system of taxation made application. fora, tax deed to a r. uied every ,..r. They ere recommended -
'" i i teh, municipality and district be Issued thereon, Said certificate. the country over. Aw yew
rid, to fix the liability of embraces the following described t
Itch i nlclpallty and dlstilcts. property In the County of Bradford. neighbor SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY SEPT. 7 3

-, | State. of "Florida to-wlt
lot Seven of Block II. Living ,
ffletir nl '|municipality, shall be ston. Truby & ('0'" Addition to D I 4
nfortin( 1 I. only against property Stalks.{ Section 28 Township 6 s '
Jlteretofc I taxable therefor. The South, Range 22 l Kant: ,
teglslatm.. hall, from time to time The assessment, of the said prop. i

BIGGEST Kid's Kool Korner SCHOOL DAYS ATTENTION iI

1'--,' Welcome. You Buck to School ''I is

UKITINU TABLET IN TOWN ARE HERE OIIT-OK-TOWN STUDENTS '
EVERYTHING NICK ,

FOR THE MONEY ;t '

II YOUR LIGHTDISCOUNT KEPT ON ICE FilL POCK; NEEDSUIIKKKI'KHEH EAT $ S


Cut ALL, SCHOOl, SUPPLIES School SuppUe u Specialty; 't
NOON-HAV l.tJN'UT TUB i
AleE LOWEST

BILL

Suwannee Store Scott's Sanitary Bradford Cafe 1'a '
i Priests 5c to $1.00 e
Ii Store a t





DRINK WE': CAN SUPPLY srecess; : is WHAT WE WISH LOOK RIGHT

1o

FOIl THE': OPENING
FOR Ii. II. H. OF SCHOOL ,t i ,
YOUR WANTS
? '
GET AN EXPERT ;
n
HAIRCUT I' ,
AT RECESS AT THE BEGINNING OF ..I'
,' 1 h
EACH The I'UIUMI That Refreshes IN BLUE: HOUSE TABLETS 2Sc t..
7th. OF
I IF PAID BY THE THE SCHOOL TERM!



I STARKE City Barber Shop f "


I MONTH BOTTLING CO. J. W. MORGAN A. & P. TEA CO. 8. E. SPARKS, Mgr. 9 ;i



j WORTH DO NOT

CONVENIENT Light's Shell]) Station STANDARD VISIT'


SAVING DELAY GASOLINE

I Our New Enbergeui t. '
ON YOUR WAY TO AND
WE ARE EASY TO FIND

I MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY THAT DISCOUNT' MAYBE HKFOKESCHOOLAFTER SCHOOL' : FROM! HOOL. A SPECIAL WILL GET YOU THEREON FILLING STATION G

TIME ANI OROCRRY STORE
BILLS. \T'
LIGHT RECESS
AUGUST
CLAIMED ON NOON LUNCHEON FOR THE FILL UP AT
i It, LOWEST PRICES


Ii! Don't Say You Did Not Know About It S. R. JOHNS SCHOOL CHILDREN BEASLEY'SSERVICE IN TOWN '


AND SON1 Price Reasonable STA.West End Servo Sta. c'


!: WARNING! AM GROCERY'r i t



HEKE'S HOPING M\KE SURE WISHING OUR FAMOUS!

The Bond Trustees H a v e Repeatedly
Ii
City Council and the FOR THE MOST YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS THE MOSTSUCCESSFUL CHILIBERGERSANDWICH

Warned Would Be Taken Out If Bills
Consumers That Meters "- : TERM CAN: COMPLETE : SANDWICH I

!I'I Were Not Paid Before'the 15th of Each Month. This Was No Idle B. H. S. THEIR EDUCATION TERM IN HISTORY The Beat Thing You Ever


I I, 'hreat They Will Be and Are Being Taken Out. You Have II.\H EVER: HAD INSURE; YOURSELF F O Ii B. H. S. Tasted At. Lunch Or AtliffffM. 'p ''o

I'I Been Warned. You Have No One to Blame But Yourself If You I Other Delicious Iv J


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'VNU TELEGRAPH" 'TAJIK.U FLORIDA FRIDAY -.nEO
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Owen Griffin Initiated LAWTEY ernoon.Mrs. G. W. Roberta was shopping Commissioners To '
O. J. r IIII... C.rrr....<..1 The 9
into Dewdraghers I LOCAL In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Board of ('omm .
s
:: Carrie S. Smith was a visitor Bradford County wi] 'Q. "
The following article taken from New Road Open m
: : \1"nd,,
at which
)
focictyJ time
a recent edition of the St. Augustine ZffNG The new part of Road Thirteenwaa to Starke Tuesday for next a penmUl"n\\ h'11gef'
Record> will be of Interest opened to traffic last week by Mrs. V.R. Reddish and Mrs. O. year win T""h"hll+
adopted. It
here: the contractor, the J. P. Campbell ,J. Phillips were visitors to Jack committee is ale Ilk"l\ 'eta i

r'; A delightful Informal group of Mrs O. L. Haynes Miss Geor- Construction Co., and through sonville Monday. board and will ask app.H heron ,IlIA
about 200 Dewdraghers, and their gia Haynes and O. L. Haynes, Jr., traffic is now using this stretch tlon of for reconsia
Misses Marian And Helen :Mrs Dell EntertainsAt friend, celebrated the 15th anni- left Thursday of this week for Atlanta I of road which will b*! a large benefit farmers' Bite for plans a' for the pUr"I1I1., 11
has 690
Canada cooperative central
Cowling Honor Guest Kingsley LakeIn versary of the organization Satur where they will visit for several to this section. The Council of here farmer? marts
associations with
"coatless" dance ordered 2,533
at
day evening a the City of Lawtey has a
With Party Honor of Visitor given at the Columbus Club on Davis days. traffic signal to place on the corner branch establishments and a share

Honoring Miss Carolyn Reid olJ"ort f Mrs. S. T. Dell was hostess at Shores. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis had as here for the benefit of the clt- holder membership of 345,000.
Meade a recent visitor her her Kingsley Lake home Monday Couples danced to the music of their.guest Wednesday Mrs. R. J< hens and will install the same in TOBACCO
Informal Dick Parks' orchestra the girls of Jacksonville. She wan the near future.
:Misses Marian and Helen Dowling afternoon at a delightful Tatum.
entertained a number of the local! tea, given In honor of Mrs. Bessie attired in Informal summer dance accompanied home by little Miss -
A.
younger set with a delightful lawn George of Gainesville, who Is the frocks. Men were comfortable in Ida Lulu Davis, who will visit there Speeder! Called To Court: CARVER FARMS kl
1 party at their home Tuesday evening house guest of Mrs Lee Graham. their shirt sleeves. for several day. Mayor Young's orders to arrestall JEWELER !
August 25. The effective decorative motif The highlight of the evening speeders and bring: them before We Have Several ImprovJ
Out-of-door games and conteeta was emphasized by the use' of came when Owen Griffin, newly Mr. and M.... R. M. Griffin were his court hall resulted in a large Farm with soil well .
were enjoyed throughout the eve- southern smilax which formed a elected member of the club was recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.-A. H. number of persons being summoned WATCH, CLOCK AND Tobacco Growing. Priced suited! > ak\,
ning. Following a "treasure hunt" beautiful rustic setting for the Introduced to the crowd attired In Johns. They were en route to their to appear In mayor's court to GENERAL REPAIRING and on Terms> You 4'an .4.i'to'BeU ,
a prize was awarded to Billy Jackson pretty affair. Centering the tee infant's wear gleefully waving a home in St. Petersburgafter a Vacation answer to a charge of speeding1. ford to Pay. ,
who discovered the treasure.L. table was a conk shell holding: autumn baby rattle over his bead. The trip in New York and Ca AU Work Guarantee4IN COME IN, LET t'B TELL 1'OU,
M. Gaines and Betty Green were foliage baby Dewdragber sang "Happy nada. Crop Condition ABOUT THEM.!:
also awarded prizes being the fortunate Mrs. Dell was assisted In servIng Birthday," upon request of the Rains recently have put large GREEN BUILDING WILSON
winners In a guessing con hot tea, sandwiches olives and committee In charge. His Infac Mr.: and M.... T. T Oiler and little numbers to setting strawberry STARKE FLORIDAC. REALTY:

test.At dainty cakes to her guests by Mrs. tile antics proved very mirth-pro- daugnter, of W'nter Haven, plants and getting ready to plant STARKE
the close of the evening the J. E. Wilson and Mrs L. A. Davis voking, and his performance was have recently moved here and are a crop of fall beans and indications t:
hostesses' Mrs. E. J. Dowl greeted with a thunder of applause. at the
mother occupying an apartment
Invited to ba with Mrs George are now that there will be a
fog assisted by Mra. P. !or. Bare were: Mrs L. A. Davis,.Mra. W. L. s residence of CoL and Mrs. D. E large acreage planted to beans for grace distinctive flowers
foot Mra. A. E. McKinney and of W. C. T. U. Madison Street.
Vail, Mrs J M Brownlee Mrs. J. State Officers Knight on the fall market in this section.
Miss Jessie Mae Brannen, served E. Wilson Mrs. E. S. Matthews Meet At Kingsley Lake cherry: at herschel
punch and cookies to the guests. Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs. Frank The Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Stltb Personals Jacksonville
Those Invited to be with Miss Carpenter, Mrs. Harold C Wall, State officers of the Woman's and three sons returned to their Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore of 7-2129
Reid were: Misses Betty and Carolyn Irs. Lee Graham Mrs. J. L. Christian Temperance Union of home in Jacksonville Saturday after Plant City are visiting relatives phone
Green Juanita Barefoot, Mary French Mrs. Bert Riley Mrs'! M Florida recently held a conference spending six weeks at Kingsley here this week. smart center pieces ajmfeni&l corsage*
Lorraine Stockwell, Dorothy and Lake. State officers Lake. flowers for giftsSPECIAL
at Kingsley
M. Parrish Mrs. M. Padrick and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts], of
Grace Green, Martlle Hemingway, Miss Mary Padrick. present were: President, Miss M. West Palm Beach are visitingrel-
Jessie Mae Brannen Billy Jackson, E. Neal, Jacksonville; Vice President '- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop had atives here this week.
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Buddie Bishop Frank Hemingway, 1 at Large Mrs. Etta V. B. as their guests during the weekend Thede SALE
Postmaster R. R. was a
Everett McKinney, L. :U. W. M. U. Circle Notice Mendenhall Tampa; CorrespondIng Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter and
Brown and Galnee'l I Kim- of business visitor to Jacksonville Thin. week, August Slut through: Sept\
Henry Billy Secretary, Mrs. Ruby sons, Ray and Wynton Carter
Circle Number One, Mrs. L. G. Wednesday. 5th your A & P Food Store offers
Dowling Jr. Powell leader, will meet at the rough, Center Hill; Recording secretary Daytona Beach J. C. Richard of W. H. Edwards Jr., was a business special value In fine foods Thin lit extra the <
--. home of Mrs. J M. Brownlee, Tues Mrs Mable P. Dean De- Miami and Mrs. Nina H. Llpford, visitor to Jacksonville Tues D ale of the year and we urge >oii to
Labor Day DancesThe day afternoon at three-thirty Land; Treasurer Mrs Nellie H. of Green. Cove Springs.Mr. take advantage of the low price*. It
o'clock (note change in time). Dolg', Gainesville, Editor of Good day.Floyd Green, of Starke waa a i will, no doubt, be a long time before
local dancing set Is looking Circle Number Two will meet News Miss Marion Freeman. and Mrs. Sam Anderson business visitor here Tuesday aft41 I you can again stock YOur pantry with
forward with anticipation to the Monday afternoon at three-thirty were visiting: Mrs. Emma Andersonin II high quality foods at these extremely

two dances to be staged at the o'clock at the home of the leader, Heilbronn P. T. A. Archer Saturday They were . .,." -. -. I mMluxD low price
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Hampton Beach Casino on Labor Mrs. W. B. Alexander.The accompanied home by Miss Martha > u.r Only a few of the special value* an ,
Day September 7. The first dance Young Matron Circle will Met FridayThe Ann Burton and Lyle Anderson, Ustrd here-space! does not permit moreIENEEtONOMYRIItES '
will begin at 12:01: Monday morn- meet Monday evening at seven- Parent Teachers Association who spent several days recently RITZ THEATRE / o remember Cheer are many more InHthe
ing and dancing will continue until thirty o'clock with Miss Amy of the Heilbronn school met Fri there with relatives. store--Come early, the f'a'lnKS111

dawn. The second dance will Moore and Mrs. Paul Raymond day afternoon, August 28, with STARKK be worth while! __
be held at the same pavilion on thirty-five members present. Mrs. H. H. Darby and grandson
Monday night fro mnine until 1 After a short program by p'rp'la Harry Darby of Macon. Ga., and ION.\-Red Ripe, Full Park
O. E. S. Notice
o'clock. These dances are being A. H. of ,PROGRAMBEGINNING
of the school T. N. Norman and Mrs Bankston Savannah COFFEE
promoted by Bill Graham and Josh Ga. here and Friday TOMATOES 5 cans 29c
I The Eastern Star will hold its Clarence Moore rendered a musical were Thursday FRIDAY
Foster and his Rhythm Rascals', of first regular meeting since adjournment program.The visiting: Mrs. T. J. Griffin and 8 O'CLOCK ANN

Gainesville will furnish the mu- for the summer months, association voted for a com- Mra. Carrie Rltch. ..THIRS.-FRI. SEPT. S-4 2 Ibs. 33c PAGEKETCHUP
ale for both dances.
Monday night 7:30: o'clock at the mittee to meet the school board I Girl's 14oz. lOc
Dormitory RED CIRCLE ,
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Co] and Mrs. H. V. Knight and
Masonic Hall. All members are and arrange for an early selection
Harrell-Lernen urged to be present.NOTICE and purchase of a site for a new 1 I children-have returned home aftera Simone Simon 2 Ibs. 37c EXTRA TASTY-Specially I'u..dLbK2jc
.-- I to be erected. month's vacation, at Keystone Ruth Chat 'll'ton
Of Interest here Is the announce TEACHERS' I school building Heights While there they had as Herbert Marshall : CHEESE Lb. 22c
OF
ment of the manage of Mlsa Margaret their guests M.... Knight's mother, I
Lernen, of St. Petersburg, to EXAMINATION! Executive Board Meeting .
Mrs Alice Thomas of Jacksonville I SATURDAY, SEPT. 5th. BREAD and BtJTTERPiCKLES
Valbrum Leroy Harrell on Sunday Persons desiring to take teach Woman's Club and Paul Knight of Cincin I
August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Harrellare ers examination will report at the nati. "PowderamokeRange" 2 150z j'rs 33c
making their home In Lake Court House In Starke Fla., on There will be an executive meet- FANCY BLUE ROSE
City where Mr. Harrell la employed Thursday September the 17th at 8 ing of the Woman's Club of Starke Miss Helen Pratber will return FINEST ALASKA PINK
with the Eli Witt Cigar Co. He o'clock. Friday afternoon September 4, at I to her home Sunday after a Harry Carey RICE I
in the son of Mrs. Beulah Harrell, A. J. GRIFFIS Supt. 4:30: q'clock at the clubhouse.- month's visit in j points in North Hoot Gibson SALMON, 3 tall c'ns 29IONA I

of Brooker. 9.4.2tBEASLEY'S I Carolina Virginia ,and Jn Lynch Fine Quality
-With Cheese & Tomato Satire
Woodman Circle NoticeThe Ky. While In Lynch she was the SUN.-MOX SEPT. 6 7"Princess Whole Grain

guest of her brother and sister-in- ComesAcross" SPAGHETTI 15-oz 5IONA
Woodman Circle will hold 5 Lbs. 25c
law, Mr. and Mrs.fJ C. Prattler.
SERVICE STATION I Its regular monthly meeting Tuesday -: -Sweet White
evening at the hall. Initiation
Carole Lombard
I of officers an Interesting: program WIFE WINS FIGHT Fred Mac Murray CORN No. 2 Can 10
We Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas.I and other entertainment will TO GET BACK PEP ON A BRAND

and Oil-Atlas Tires, Tubes and Batteries. !take place during the evening. For forty yran, ,ple.*ant Red Cross Lua. _
UTabl.ta hen brought new energy to TUES.-WED., SEPT. 8 & 9 Tender Garden
Mendozaand IIN. Dr. and Mrs. Carl C.
BUS STATION f.... from eon.ilpallon. B.ll.f I. prompt "Case AgainstMrs. FANCY FIRM RIFETOMATOES
I Miss Winfred Laite of Jacksonville lUBt.. DOn-h"bll.tormlns. DOnup..ltlnln. \.
were guests Sunday of Mr. '.. famous Rod Crow mark on th. peok.g. Ames"Madeline PEAS 2 Ibs. 15c
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and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. They were I ) Writ Red OroM RemnJI... Dept. Carrol
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Ur-O-Mod.Rod Crow Chill and F ..r Tonic. 3 No 2 cans 27c
Johns who has spent the past two u< Rd Oron Rub '.
for nubum. thUU'
Opp. Court House Phone 60 I II Ir months here at Kingsley Lake. (.,t ..d niMCUlv pain w. LEMONS, Doz. 20c

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t u. --- V_ tnEAfirORDMr ttil' TY Txi.rr.mrn: STKKE:. FiA)7UeMr *
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e I Tuesday and for Mrs.a William visit in Norn Cleveland left and Mm Orit Wiggins and ]| The Rev and Mr C. B Price re- --
Dorothy Ellen tltl"Tl'I'
fa Steele .
I I and
m.ly are \utgr Mr* A Z
r- and other enjoying It stay at the i i turned otter' Adklna
points in Ohio Monday a month's I
Andrews cottage ration" va- Wednesday to her home in Gainesville MtMieK Hazel and Lois Adkins and
Bits of on Kingsley' to I
trip points In New York
Lake. ; after upending the Bummer A Z Adklns Jr., returned home
I
Mrs E. M. Davis and daughter i I T l_ -*- | State and the New England here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. the first of the week after" spend
Jean, returned home Sunday after I! Mrs i ,, states. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. ing the past month W ,
H. G K near yn
a will have ;
visit mp the
In Archer ----
with Davls's
Mrs. -- '.
vllle. N. (
J cal Nevig mother Mrs. Emma Anderson. |meeting of the W. C. T. U. on. Friday Mr. and :Mrs R. E. Theta and Mr. an,! Mrs. A. I. Spencer and -- ----- -- ----- t
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afternoon
I South, and Mabel at her new home on daughter, Shirley, of Jacksonville daughter Anlce Miss Ruby Fu- Mr and Mrs L. C. Ray went toacksonville .
d OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS Mrs. J. H. Pitts! and ton, Keef-1 I 1 Streets and R. F. Thels, of Tennllle Ga., gate and Claude Alvarez of Jack- J Monday and will remain
k CONCERNING AND fee, returned recently from a visit I\ Mr. and --- will be the guests Sunday of Mr. ronvllle. were> the guests Sunday for a while visiting their son
Mrs.
PROGRESS() OF THE COUNTY AND TOWNfHutto In relatives.Moultrie and Atlanta Ga.. with Misses Evelyn sad Fred Lillian F. Stump Stump, i I!i and Mrs. K. G Duncan. of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. and daughter-in-law, the Rev and
Mrs. Laurie G.
were. visitors In High. Springs Fri.day. i I Miss Grace Dew returned this Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson -- Ray.

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have ''I week from Telo, Honduras, where I Jr., and little daughter, Mary Sue Dr. and Mrs. A O. Mansker. aDd I
"" as their guests Mr. Ward's daugh- Mrs----- she has spent the summer with her have returned to Jacksonville After children and Mrs. C. C. Livingston

i) is \ pending this Miss Gladys Johnson! had as her,'I I ter and two children, Bill and Ann daughter Tommy Lane and little I parents and friends. .spending. the summer at Klngsley of Tampa, are spending a while at

"J1IJlfi iUJ* 'A; .MiamLr guest Thursday of last Week Miss I of Thomasvllle, Ga.I ville./ Mary Beth of Gainoe-1 1.- Luke. the T. J. Griffin cottage, on King
__ Mary Alice Forde, of Jacksonville, I Mrs. P.are here visiting her moth !-r,, 1.I Mr. and! Mrs. J. T. Quigley and s lay Lake.
J. Pearce. I Miss "
ATRennolds was a visi- W. D. Elaine Wynn returned home Mr. i
ti: Dutton, of Nashville, was and Mrs J. K. Fonla and ----- ---- ----
j ckBonviUe Monday. D. A. Montelth is enjoying a I the weekend guest of his brother- Miss Essie Colem points Monday In from North a ten days trip to daughters of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs Jewell) Anderson
in the
.vtr week's vacation with his family at in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. weekend f in Oluatee with spent her I &1a.I Carolina and G or Spartanbtirg, S. C., were the guestsrecently Mlsnes Thelma and Gertrude Anleison. i
of Atlanta, was a Magnolia fcodge on Harold C. Wall, at parents of Mr. anti .
'ill Rawlinn. Kingsley Lake. Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs A. Coleman, --------- Mrs. W. M. ( of Charleston S. C. were I
Johnnon.Minn
ut here. Tuewiay sr. I Miss Martha the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs
Co. H. V. Knight Mrs. T. G. Ann Burton re- - --- A. )
was a profession Carter of Merritt __ __ ------ K Murrhee and Mlns Alma '
Li'FOTre9ter, ;; ,'of Lakeland, was .J v'sitor Fla., Is the I turnedVt"inellday to her home I in Carolyn Hutto
in Gainesville! Sat guest of Mrs. Laura 1. Mr. and Mr.: R. J. Davie and Rome Ga., after a visit who i I' employed Murrhee. en route to Miami and ,
here Tuesday. uid.iy. Powell and Mrs. J. H. I here with with the Rural Resettlement other in
J friend week. Fields! this! children were the week-end guests I her brother-in-law and sinter Mr. with point. South Florida \
-- of Mrs. P. and headquarters In Live -
B. Smith. at Dayton Mrs. Sam Anderson.
iti d) Middleton Is confined to C. D. Williams, of Tallahassee I Beach. I ____ Ink spent the week-en.i here with 8. C. Carnell, of Ormond wiui
pine with illness.i was e. business visitor here Tues Mrs. J. H. Fields! and daughter. :: I her parents,, Mr. and Mrs L. 8 here Sunday! visiting at the home J
ain a candidate Hutto.
4t day. Hazel have returned from a visit Mrs. R. B Trask and daughter Council and for tlx* City of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Mr. ;!
told i c Wall spent several in New Smyrna and Cocoa with Miss Eunice Traak, are the guests I vole will appreciate your -- Carnell was accompanied home by
:
peal) week in Key West.I Mr. and Mrs. C.: C. Shaw and relatives. I of Mrs. W. H. Perkins' and Mrs. J 11'rie.t.Tumdrty, September' & E, C. Mrs. B. D. Flowers, who spent I his wife and two sons, who hadspent

-- family, of Miaul, were visiting Earl Searl D&'. i -- -____ __.____ several weeks here with her non- three weeks here! with Mra.
jt Wilson was! a buslcc"s v:.- friends here Tuesday I promise to work for the' best. '. In-law and daughter, Mr. and] Mrs Cornell's parent, Mr and Mrs.
,,ga aesvlllr Tuesday Interest' of all !Starke If elected! to Mr. and Mrs. J. C Robinson and Mr. and ]fir.. Tom Callahan, Paul E. Canova returned. Saturday Scott
John
Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs J. City Counril. E. <(<'. 1'rltt.U daughter Vera Claire, of Apopka, I Callahan and Miss Tina Var- to her home In Ocala.
nadoe, f East
of Tallahassee, E. Wilson o Point Ga., are the ----------
were --
J I\ Alderman visiting In Jacksonville are spending a while at their --
here. Saturday.Mr. Mrs. Jeanette KIncaid guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alva Mr. and Mrs. T.
werk-end returned Kingsley Lake cottage. I rez, at Kingsley J. Griffin Miss WANTED
this week from a visit in Tampa Lake. Gloria Johns, Mrs Carrie Ritch

yr, aDdlrs: J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. R. R. Slappy and with her parents :Mr. and Mr*. A. Mrs. W S. Gibson and son, Billy -------h and sons, N. T. and Tommy Bitch, CAREFUL DRIVERS

lit! Tuesday In Jacksonville family, of Jacksonville, were visiting ,. C. Durden and friends. of St. Petersburg, are here visiting Mr. and, Mrs. L. C. Klckllter and returned Saturday af'MT upending To Save 20% On Their
her family of Stuart and Wesley two months at Lake.
here Tuesday.Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Klngley Automobile
aDO Mr. J. J Canova and Mr. and Mrs K. G. Duncan and 1 I N Kendrick. Cunningham, of Sanford, have ---. ------ - ---- Insurance
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I, 4 John] J'' of Gainesville,, were and Mrs L. Herring of Lake son, Kasper: moved this week to 'spent the past two weeks at Kings Dr. and Mrs B. S. Carroll, who Convenient Premium
..at guest of Mrs. E. E. Canova. City, were visiting friends here the Beaflley's cottage, at Kingsley,, Mr and Mrs. Carl A. Knight, ley' Lake with J. F. Kick liter. are enjoying a visit at Ktngsley,, Payments Too.
,,1 Tuesday.Mrs. for a several week's stay. Mrs. J. D. Doyle: and Joe Edwards, had as their guests this week Mrs OI.I KKUA1ILR STOCKy
( \ Hn., A S Crews is enjoying a 1 Jr., will leave Alonilay( for two Miss Lillian Sternberg will re Walter Crabtree and Mr. Le Ro COMPANY
|!1t| in Plant City with Mr. and Bynum Perkins has returned Mrs. Lloyd Dya] and little I week's vacation in vVaynesvilleand turn the latter part of this week Joyner, both of Jacksonville. Mrs I .o\utumobllFlrUle
it Hilton Barker I home from a visit In Cornelia daughter Jacqueline of Brooker, Ashevllle N. C. lo New York City. where she will) Joyner will be remembered) here as WILSON REALTY
Ga. were week-end guests of Mr. and i, -- : resume dancing lessons at a well Miss Alice Tharlm a former member j I NTAKHK.Mr.
!11tnd ,''i E W Hayes will retu Mrs. E. J. Dowllng. I Mrs. K. G Duncan and little son i known studio there of the B H. S. faculty

learn that he has been coned :Mrs. Robert Hoke of Wildwood, ------ ----- -- I Rasper, have returned from a vie : .. -_ .. 'ct
!to nis nome due to illness arrived today for a visit with Miss Mrs. A. E. McKicney.: Mrs. E. J.I I i i >1In Jacksonville with her brrth- -- -- -' .-. -. -.. / I
Edna Hutto. Dowling, accompanied by Mre. L. er and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.! I

Ita Noreen Hicks will leave O. Hazen, of Brooker, spent Wednesday R E. Theis. KNOCK K N 0 C K.i
in Jacksonville.Mrs. SMliidlrk'
-i/.y for an extended visit f in Mr. end Mrs. George A. Ander I :
..dsvnvlUe with relatives son spent Wednesday in Archer Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRae HOME 11AlE!: P,\ ()AKE
visiting relatives. Robert E. Tanner, of Baldwin and children left Tuesday for Pen- WHO'S THERE n

1/rI/ Lorena Epperson returned -- la the guest cf her sister. Mrs sacola where they were called due I SYRUPBottle FLOUR
J. H. Fields and mother, Mrs to the death of Mrs. McRae'smother.
from vacation
a
nay trip to Don't
forget toot
Turwlay. Laura I. Powell. .
xa: in North Carolina. Veto for E. C. Priest for City _. I TIP TOP GROCERY FI'
Council ------ ---- 19c :'K.SIZE '1.
a. ana Mrs C. H. Nasworthy I I Fred Carlton will return homeI Miss Evelyn Stump will leave .% *( :
I the latter part of this week from Tuesday for High Springs where FILL i spending several in Or-
:do.QiL. days Mrs H. A. Durden and children. i a two week vacation in D troit/t she Is a member of the high school ,- is
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are here visiting her Mr. -- ""
parents, and points in Ohio. faculty there. Mills Stump will
and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. I ______ teach Spanish and mathematics.
I( ana Mrs. D E. Knight, Paul REAL GOOF) FlA. KEY
I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lewis and PEASll'r)
t t and J. G. Chitty were re- Mr. and ;Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr.. I I family, of Lakeland, are here Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, Mrs. Mary I'O'ATE"
11 visitors In Jacksonville viS'j Dover Mr and : LIMES Doz. l IOcLAIU1E
spent last week at Kingsley Lake iting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mr S. E. Rltch, BUTTER
MEAT
Mr. and Dire
I Jimmy Bitch left Saturday
as the guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Harold and other relatives. _
C. Wall. for Cherryville N. C. where 2 Lba. 27c FANCY ICKBEIUJLETTUCE

REALESTATE Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward have' they! Mrs were Dover's called due, to the deathof 1 Lb 15c Ea. lOc 3 Cans IOcKKL1SII ,
son W. M. McLeod.
Mrs. C. Marshall Mitchell of returned from a visit in Mariettaand
, Tallahassee, Is' the guest of her I Augusta. Ga. also points in Mr McLcod's death resulted from FANCY; KIKM-ItlPETOMATOES
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. To- North and South Carolina.W. injuries received fa an automobile
rode, at Lake. accident recently.; "'('ICE 2 Ibs. 15c Vf
IF YOU WANT TO Kingsley : __--.1: UKIl'K!:
V. Tilton, Fred H. Hilde-
BUY. SELL OR RENT Miss Patricia Lambe la expectedto brandt of Stuart were visiting JAM EXTn.'ASCV'EI.IAW I

SEE US- return to her home here Sunday Mrs. Anne McGee andlfamlly i here SPREAD

WILSONREALTY after Canada a with month's relatives.visit In points in Tuesday, en route to Tallahassee.Mr. SILKDRESSES 2 Lb. Jar 27c ONIONS:o ,,R31bsNlcgylOc! : Quart 29cCRACKERS


I[ CORP. Billy ,and spent Martin Monday Page here of Jacksonville with their.week-end and Mrs.guests J. H.! Mr Pitts. and had Mrs.as I APPLES 5 Lbs. 25c --
AFILJTJELLY
their Jack Pitts and family of :Norman hUll'
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
FANCY FIRM TF.NDEUCABBAGE
Park, Ga
W. H. Struth.
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NATSEZ: I IJA& Mrs Elizabeth Brownlee went to 2.49 4.98 Lb. 5c

Atlanta Ga., Tuesday end will 10-oz. Jar lOc 1 Lb. lOc

spend a month there with her sister 2.98 6.98ASTONISHING .
I( Mrs. C. C. Cross. .iL1F.K hihbt 11L (. ARANTEED

Host kid -- --
are oiiHsinjj right now
I Congressman and Mis R. A. 9lb2s4
NecauMthey will soon hate to !go I :
| Green accompanied by Mrs R. S
f i t et I bark to schooL If they only knew I Johns, of Lake Butler, returned
D. C. How Ue Can Bell! Frock of
what us older folks know, they this week to Washington .
I This Fine and Y2cPHILIPS "
tJuaJltj Smart
would be happy Instead of sad. Mrs. E. D.'elJly and little I

School day are the happiest days daughter, Joan, of Gainesville. / style' Ht These! Price. But

after al). I wish"' I could go buck pent Tuesday hue visiting her I j "'p',... Doing It. So Why (M
brother, Hugh SV.iltets. j .
there, again. How about you? I ..hould Vou Worry f I
p
Dr. M. B. Herlong and B Jacobs { ,
I I were in Lake City Fnday, I
where they assisted In organize, JOIN! :

CET READY FOR SCHOOL I a Shrine Club in that city. I __FANCY TOMATOES No. 2 Can S for 29c
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Tom Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and OUR ... ,. -- '"SP s sI
laughter, FOrt'lIrlka.Ir.. and Mr* U ill I IK ICIIUIOS'OKE": .U.\<%"vjrj.*j4 lut;:*r.4
\Fr- SHIRTS I Frank G Bauknight of Jacksonville
\ CINDERELLACLUB ) SAUSAGE Lb. 17Vc COFFEE25c
FOR BOYS were week-end guests! of Mr. LARD
and Mrs W H Sirutb. Sunday
they attended the Rivera, PalM ITKK I'OKKSAUSAGE Lb.
\ 79c 2 Lbs. 25c
Kingsley Methodist! LakepnToin Church s pk-.u j at I Lb. 25c

COME lololD LEARN -4 tIDflK
I I II .i. FLA. 1.01V a ILDIFIC ('
Hapgrade HOW TO GET A FREE T A fJ"il'b 1

SHORTS ;i PAIR OF HOSE. ITS BACON2Lbs. 1 STEAKMIXKI Lb. 29c COFFEE ;

I '""R TREAT ) 2 Cans 25c

--COLUMN i I .._-=5; STEW\ Lb. IOc r
79c&98c ? ART CLASSES- r.ttrssteJ in i .,, l
sketching, painting; or other A-B-C Ij I ,I! SMUJ,
I forma! of art ste Mrs C. L Stock- ITKK FKKSIICOFFEE(a'D'

PANTS WASH! : SPECIAL SALE \well Starke.. tf j B'XCfrN j WEINERS Lb. 19c )

j I LADIES- STRAYED-From farm at HeiJ-) PRINTSFor

*111 FOR Wide nark BOYS Color* i i I DRESSES Hack: bronn Angus about bull two about weeks two ago yearn one Lb. 17 c i FRYERS Live Lb. 2tfc I 2 Lb. 25c

M.aerlal.y\.rt old. Marked sharp in one ear School Dresses L ....__
Former Price two under bits In other ar. branded

y THE:__DIIIST to $1.98OVERALLS FOR I $1.95 at Going Now H. S. Please notify N D. Wainwrlght. : FALL HATS BEAUTIFUL RIPE BANANAS 5 Ibs. 17c |I


\Oln DIONEY MILLIONS' Genuine Improved
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RO\'S $100DRESS Maryland Missionary Strawberry t htIJ.ee.i; N (OILNtsrLL: e( hit Ii K.T( "EN n1STln'; KIST

Plants New Ground white For Ladies MATCHES 'rENDEIt Ji1NE # '
F L A K E S nl ILK I
6 to 16 roots, all this year's plants: $1 50 or SALT PEAS

59c 75c. PRINTS per thousand Farm fob, Caitleterry Caetleterry"Thurmond Ala. and Men 2 Pkgs. 15e 3 Tall cans 21e 3 for tOe Can lOc i

$1.00 8-28-12tp _
FALL
COLOR '
FAST
BOyS 1 BAY Mare. 7 years, weight!: 800
SHIRTS FROCKS 36 Inches Wide pounds 1 Roan horse, 9 yean, EXERY: 'I POT A TO !m OLiiS.29c |

stud ON DISPLAY weight 725 pounds Beth gentle j jgood I nooUlSG Y'N/! COBBLER f
Fl LL aq z y $2.98 lOc 15c : under saddle adaptable to >
farm! work. Priced to sell Over- -
SUNLIGHT FANCY CREAMERY
4ge to 19c stocked. George L Spurlm. Pen BUTTER, Pound 40c
9-4-2t t r ATJACOBS' DAISY MAID CREAMERY f'
$4.95 nay Farms. BUTTER Pound 39c '
I
MANED-Our stepladder t-par. Kit II *l.rYOK

STERNBERG'S IT PAYS TO BUY AT flee enough borrowed unknown.to return this Will ladder or the let person us be know kind who of I SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c I I CATSUP 14-oz.Bot. IOet

whereabouts and we will send for Next Door to poet Office
I
it? Torode Chevrolet/ Co.

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: BRADFORD COUNTY TKVTJ.R.\m. STARKE.: FLORIDA FRfiA1',
: jk :' PAOI six" rF.PTyR.itB.scrlptloa
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rY' F"yr, l ir, ---- Taxes I -

; 4I; T JlfKIIIIT'N' ""I.'" (Continued From Page Two) Deacrlpflea "..... T R'A Owaer. 4t: Vest.NE'y .'I S**. T a.A Owaer

ll :. 4'' N, L'5) Is h.Mi'li>' gown that I. A 0 fOf U 6 22 U Jerome Thlracb _______ 1326NE44 Com at NW Cor of SW\4\ a

1' I't Androu. IIH Sheriff "f BradfoidCounty. Taxer of NE'4 18 8 U to Unknown _____________ 10,708W4 I of NEV A run 3 210 ft.I ,
: Hlnte 'of: Florida, hv virtu I *. Dearrlptba III..... T K'A 0....... 4t: I...... of SW4 Nlfye)! N 163tt I' K: 728 ft. N 219 ft. W j
{h of and under, authority of that terI l'X Lorenso Green ______ 1.00 728 ft to beg-SHA ____29 ( 23 i'I.
_____ 10 II U 18 M. !
lain Writ of Ex."utloll/ Issued out 01 Lots, 10. II of Blk 15 Part of a 8 A lot Com at Welch
'!' 4.. and under the hand ,and official' seal 1 Ward, City 8 1.0 Unknowa>> __u_________ 12.75f I'O' or NW NEy NE'4 &' ell NE Cor of land formerly -4 J
t of the Clerk of the circuit Court n Lots 10. if of Dlk--ii. WI of \ of NEW W owned T. W.
) by Sweat & \
PI' Bradford County State of Florida,, Ward City -- 5 1 10 A. I. Bowel>> _._________ 8,86 of Road & N U. ft Of : ,
1 _. ._ 6 IS It Lorene>> Oreen _______ '.80 run E to line of Sec. ,
_
dated Octobei, fall AD. 19. 1I. .." NWof NWW\ A, PEV"of' !: SW\4\ or __ 29 thence S on Sec line

y.., as that Liquidator nrtaln judgment for the of M.Bradford A. Smith NWo"NW'4 .A: N'4_ of SWVi___of__ 9 1 20 tOO Mra. C. A. Lewis _____. 17.15 SEy '4f NEy_ _.&NE4i. ; __ofB IO II U U Alta Onl. Freeman ____ 11.119 220 Cor yds of, thence land W formerly to.8K, !.I

ifl Hunk .a (' ".. .. of sn"4 exlty right of ot 1R.Jn
County fI'y SEt; SWYwea .
't1( 8 I.. Peek defend- of wav _______ *II 1 21) 14 navl" Coleman ______ 1.13 : owned by said Sweat, ,
and against
hld tiff. and l.eiulng' dale the *24th. day NW"'. of SW'4 _. _______15HW' 1 20 41) David Coleman" _______ 15.83 : ___ _of21 5 as 20:1. W. :Ellwarll ____ 22,16All thence N to I beg In J Eye:"" ,
1 //I ant 'levied 15 1 20 40 O. C. Kelley n.n of W of 8EV4\ --i--_ --- ----- 29 8 22 <'J.
Roth
of October A. I> IMS, have '/, of SWVI --------- NWy 8W4i Us I
,, and will cell to the highest 15 14 A of HKVJ of SEViICHS pub road _. fl1 6 U I )ors. Onle Freeman ____ I.U On. lot of land 240 yd* N
; and upon beet Udder, for rash,i at public' N s A-HA __ 16 1 10 I O. C. Kelley ___________ 8.14 W1yofLtlkISofR2 W A S hy 120 yd* E A W
7th day of 1A&. ex1A.InNEcor&BY.of In SE Cor of SEV of
: ""
jjl'' ( Monday the l4NinfSEV4exN __________________
\ 29
September. A. L>> 193: during thelegal ei P16A-20AASyof\ Blk 1 8 of .It 3 W in SEVi ( 22 T. J. Aldernun,
r hours of ale thereon In front HW''.. of FKV: .A: SW\ of Temple's Subdiv. It 6 IS 9 I>. L. Lloyd ________ 18.42 4A In "SEVi\ of SEVi\ Bound
of( the South dour of I ho court house RNIof' :' 8W'4' ..._. 16NWVi 1 20 40 O. C. Kelley __-_____:: .01 Com at NW Cor of land ed N by Fields place, W "I
7 Biaclfnrd Cnmitv. In city of of NWV leK IAN owned hy Elmira King by land of Mr. Wells 3 t
of
Floilda" the followingde of fly ______.1 1 20 34 Z. W. Hamlll"n _____ 13.110 I on F1 side nf Ry ..I: run E by Ry A E by Wealmoreland ;:
errlbad. "Hi estate situate In Hind- of of 7 20 ao S. A. Foxworth -_______ 7.84R at right anrrle. to Ry toE St. ___________29 8 22 4 r""ttle Wllpv S
ford County Florida, with the hereditaments ;-'o )t NK'vi! A NJVvJ1'fl1 line of S..c. 21. thence SE'<* of SW'4! __ ____ __29 6 22 !. W. Andr.uI .1
and appurtenance thereto fo1l-lI. .___21 1 II 0 .1) F.tnplre, Lumber Co. _._ U.53 N on sail, toI..c. line 10 One A In SE Cor of NEVi\ _

, ? 7, helallghlg' I.-wlt.. f. 14 A of NEVI; < of NE11 1 30 if O. C. Kell.y __________ '.06 Center toIt In Temlle'/t of NWVi\ 29 6 22 Dave Crawl,,,,,',
|
ftNof817CnrnfNES4
?' A "n.-.t""t undivided Interest All NWV! of NWV ex E Sub-Divialon. thence W Com 210 _
f. In that certain, lot or block. of land 12 A -_.__ 22 7 20 I 2. o. r. K..lley ___________ 11.3 on Elt to ny, thence R of NW 4 &: run W I'
lying and being In the original Town | RIA; of NW'. of SWVi' ___24 1 20 20 C. "'. Lltchflel.t ____ 2.23 along Ry to beg In EIiI 210 ft, N 210 ft, E 210
"f Starke. Florida. and more particularly I Wft of NK', --- 11 II 11 ao J. D. Overatre.t _____ 11.05 of NI\4! \ .s such Iota 0"ple"el ft, 8 210 ft to beg ______29 6 22 Orirfi
,
1 814" of 8WV4 .. __SONWVi 8 22 80 Herman ,
dc-scilliec. a. follow. :: NV". of K'4 of NE'i: nt < all have heretofore >>- Self _
+ All of Illock 18 of the original NW'iu&. N* of K 400 ft been 01.,1 __ ___It 6 13 14 Amanda A.htord _____ 1t.01l \ of N'V'.ex A/ 10 t 81 6 22 30 Herman Selfoi', :' \
Town of "Htarke.. Florida, west of of Wof\ NE'4 of 28 ofR110cx 8 10 A of NWVi of NWV\ &: _
lands owned and' hlt N.Knight NW'U II n U Horace Norman _______ ..03 NE'4of11k S 1111 ft& N 87 ft In 84" of NWV. ex S 10 A
and wife .T'l.I"I I : or \"" of SR'i:''t ex 10 A on Nstile T..mpl./t Auhdlv 23 8 U 2 Unknown __ _______ 8.88 of SWU of NWVi' -. 31 8 22 80 )L. J. McRa,. I
either 1 of them x" !:? .a lot 'in SRV' of 8WH\ :26 II n 70 Drew R..lldleh ________ 21.25 AI WIt of RWL. u SWV, of SWV\ A NRVi. of _
said:
NorthWest eorm; :r of Block facInic NW's of NKU A 81* of & :' of o"l NRV1 nwy* .A: 814 of IiIE'4.of
1211 feet and NWINWVi !28NW'i 5 n Reddish ________ 15.03 F'4 8E4e NW4. SWV A NW\4 of SKVi &
Cnll !Street' NI.L. NRV of V4 180 Drew R of llIhll" road .24 8 33 Z2 C. B. Strlckl..nd. ____? 4.81 :
I tig" ,'.,lIri "Meet 62'i' r..t. 041101 of SK'i' A 1 A In SE NWi36 8 U to .tra, $. F. Morgan ___ 3.872AinNWCurofSW44of NV4\{ of SW'4 of SEV. AM
alasoOXIcit' a I lot of land: lInK South: I Cur of Rls'Iof' NW'U 5 21 41 Drew ned.U..h. ________ 13.58 \ \4, A In NE Cur of SEVi: \

/ 4 well! corner of :said' Hlk faring I SW"' of SR'i .A: 84! of Q SE1. ____ _______21 8 13 2 Clifford It. Allen ______ ..18 of SW;4 __ ___ 81 6 22 161 W. )L Ed.. I
on Madison street 50 feet and on I'IW4' ._ ____ .0 5 11 130 M. S. payee _________.._ 18.13 n Com at SW Cor o[NWV4of \ ,,,,, _
I Fj'a! or SW',' 01 NEIVWti '/ &
t Court .Ireet 70 f..et. NW', nl NEY, .A: NE',4\ of \ 0 ft,
) ( A. n. ANDREU I NW'4' 858V4 5 II AO Drew Reddish ________ 1609 ( of SE'1: &: NEV4 N 800 tt.'w"oljt.2 8 800 I

I 'I Sheriff g-7-St-9-4 of' Hradfoid. County, Floi Ida. .'4fo SF'of NW'4; SWVi ..::_--_3A 1 8 6 H :J W W.: :. Woodle WunAle_:::::::: u: of 6 A SWV4egw5A&.x for read _n_ 2T 6 23 93 R. R, Prevatt ______ 18.38 All ft NV4 to\! beg of SEVi-1 % of A.SWy4 .:E 82 6 22 S Simon Tryson,, _I 6

10 A S chic of Of
S', of aAw{ NW'i! ANE'4 NW on _. _NEy4 .u21 8 U 10 E.r.: Flynn _________ 11.11V of public road-3 A. __ 32 6 22 S Jennie I
of __ ___. S 6 It 01) w. n. Conner _________ 8.10 Try. ,,,
I k ft 01'KM OP 4PPI.irTIOHCll NK'i of NRi' 22 8 21 40 Mr. Annie Alvar...___ 13.28 \ 13 A of NEK of NWw.\ 21 8 U 13 Della Keller ________ 1.49 Beg of at SB a 8t02f"8f':: !chn of N
|.' TIX; I.KKIfemale : : NWi/ of NW'4 A Wll of Corn 105 ft 1'1' of NFJ Cor of &

f IMII 'Ii... lilNOT1CH : > NN\% of NWVi\ __ 22 8 21 GO E. L. BIg1e ___-_____ 18.71 I'4ft of NE'r & run W chns.SWV W run 14 N867.100 chna. s 6
IS HEREBY nl\'I-.N'j) A N% of 429 S 105 ft. E 420ft
cane
Oeo A flardiner.hold-r of Tux, Certificate / N'ff.I".OfofNr) : '/ ____-23 8 It If H. M. McRae. _____-___ U3 N 1011 rt tn beg n 2S 8 U 1 t. J. Keller _________ '.18 2V 10-100"chns chns, E, E 8 6 N

j No 414 '....II..d the 2nd day Lot 2 or S'4 of NR" 36K 8 Zl 82 M. J. IIrcIt..e. _________ 6.28 1 Lot 40 ft E & W by 105ftN&SinNWcorof beg{> ex portion chns W of to

of July A. [). 1934. ha. filed name, 6 A of "8V.' of 8W'4!' of road ______
J in my office. and has mnde apPII< NRVi, 5 7 It 8 Jim Prldc..on _________ 8.U 1'1'4 of NW4i of SE\4\ of One of land 146 32 6 22 4 Vaco Mitchell
i tion for u tux deed to be ... SWVi\ A NWVi\ of N'ti' __ ___ 18 8 IS Roc..... Battle !______ ...97P lot ft *q .
j thereon "Hnld certificate .. .. a.1 8"'fhrf. ___ II 1 It 80 Walter Robln.o"" ______ 1T.dB : 28 It 8 In or rot.6. of In SE Cur of NWVi of

f the following described, property 8 A oft PW Cor"of NEV1 of BIk l6 Original Town LnoT 8111/1 Bl'i er LincolnCity -82 6 22 Green Ifamlli( ,?.
the fount of lIrodfo,'. NEVi W of road In 8W>4 of Stance! __ _. 28 6 U Ch.. G. Woodbrldge __ 11.03 __
__. ___
_____82 6 22 -
'i (# ff |"PV;;.nl."l.l''r5"l-nd I ?:: : In mark.. 2B2 i of ex NEVk 7 A! off PR"4 8' aide of__NEVi____ 10 1 It 74 Unknown _____________ 13.45 Lots 46h,,'" 8. rt.a uf Original Blk 18 Town cx E Lot 6 -of Blk 6, Lincoln Ella Williams -- __ __

___ _
Feet North and South by 210 NWVi of SW'i' 11H 7 U .0 Unknown ------------- 11.71 of fHark. __ __28 6 12 Ch... a. Woollbrldce( U3.01 Lot City ---Elk LincolnCity 32 6 22 Wm. McLeod _
1 of 7 _
Went BoundudNoith I E 38 3-20 ft of Lots 6/ fir j
Feet Kiist. and A In SW Cor of NEVi _
ii i'4, b>' Pratt. Street .A: Kant bvSanderson of //IWlllu; -- ._ _______14SKVi 1 It 6 W. A. Roads __u____ 1.03 Ilik 17. Original Town of Lots -.3 -_ _6 of Elk_8 32 6 22 ** Simon Tryson _
I.nne, Section 28 I of NW'4 -_ ___16 'I 11 40 8t. C. & C. G. Hod&ell a.u Starke _. __ ___ as 8 13 Ch... G. Woollbrldce __ 137.68 2. 4. _
Lincoln __
I Range 22 W 38 ft of Tote 6 7 of City n. ___ __32 6 22 Jennie Tryaon
6 South .
Township : 8V4\ of NWVi\ of NEV A: N% 3it Lots 6
8 of
Blk 14 Lincoln
1 F..I of SW'iof NKVi:\ 18 1 It U Walter Robertson ____ 544 Falk I Original Town ,
n-
tor The assessment of the mild trop-I I NKi of /SWH; of SWt/, A of Starke. __ __. __ n 8 23 Chu a. Woodbrld&e __ 71.03 Comatap't105ft@of City 82 6 22 Jennie TrygonI _
arty under the said certificate NWI$ of 8WV 17 1 It .0 )f. J. Hunlker _______ 8.H Blk 21, Original Town nf -
t wa. In the name of J. W. Harrell. NI-'I'i.of' SWVt N'4' of t-It..rke.. __ ___.18. U Ch.... G. Woodbrldce __ 153.71 NW Cor of NWVi of
Un I.... Bald( certificate shall be redeemed Sl 1,t A 8 A \In NR Cor of Lots I. 2. of Blk 97. J.If.. NWVi\ A run S 555
y ft
E 625 ft, N 665 W
according I to law the property of A SEVi of J 0 h n s Addition to ft.
I i tr' descilbixl, :: : therein I will be Hold rk% ::; A In SW t-t..rk.! u_ __ 2. 6 II D. C. Jones ___________ 1It.70 I B25 ft to beg SJ 6 22 bare. Annie I .

to the highest bidder at the court- ror __ _. _______19 1 It 164 Cheeley FOIft' _________ n.R9 Lot 7 I CndII..o Livingston, All NWVi of SWVi JfR K P'IIt,,,, _.
hoiiBe door on the firm Monday In W% of SWVi h_. 20 1 11 ao he"l..y; FoCII' _________ 24.79 Truby Addition ex about 2 A In SW Cor 33 6 22 32 Unknown
the month of September I93, which JoI NK'4 of BHV4' A to Starke __ __ __ __ .as 6 23 Haye. & Sternberc. ___ 8.09 6 A In NW Cor of NEVi of -- -
,: ,,1 1 la the 7th day of September 1916. I RF4: of NHM 25 1 U 10 Mre. Addle Jackson _: 19.111 Lots 1. 2. 13. 14 of Rlk 28. SEVi being 417V4 ft B A I
Tinted thl" 6th day of August 1 36. N 25 A of 8K"i of NEVi\ Livingston Truby &: W by 640'i ftN&S&
4 ((0F'FIiAL SEAL: ) / ley' t A In SW Cnr 29! 1 at It W. McEver ___________ 1.03 CO'II Addition to Rtllrk. 28 8 U J. R. Moore ___-______ 20.76 11 A In NE; Cor of NWV
i A. J. TIIOMAB, 8WM' of NE'4 Lot 1 Blkt Lot.. 4. 6. 8. 7 of Rlk n. of SEVi\ being 831% ft
flerk of ,Circuit Florida ex rot : Hlk 8 ex [..lvlnlC.ton. TBubk_ N &: S hy?:I 48714'" ft on. _Nslue
I e + of Itradfurd County, I tot 4 .R,!< .13.Ex Elap-u I Co s AddlUon, 2S 8 22 R. L Thomas _______ 13.71 & e'3 rt on s ..Id.Lo'to .
8-7 .61-0-4 TINT Chnrrh" Ina *. T 21 29 .... D. Roberto _. _______ 10,6 Lot.* 8, 9. of Blk 29, Liv public 1.-r. ______ 83 6 22 17 Cha. O.
i i I 1 NE>4 of NI514 1 \ less. 16 A on ingston. Truby A Co' 2 of Blk: 2. John;; Woodbrldge .

I + \PPI.IC\TIOM W side.' of Gulley I I Addition to Starke ._ 28 II II R. I. William. _______ 8.71 Sub Dlv of NEVi\ of
f :>oiii: T" \ "iin: Branch, SO/ 7 21 24 Chesley Fog' _________ T4S Lot 4 of Talk 6, Livingston NEW ____ ____83 8 22 1 Mr*. Fannie
&
1.0' HIM '\0... III>:') NR'4 of NWVi ._ ltdSRV 7 21 40 Emma Muehlenhardt -_ 16.78 Trtibv .A: C..'* Sub NVi of NWy of NWVi\ ex Stewart
} ', NOT It'l eiinle I': IS IIKHUHV: CltVEN: !' of SRV.: 23 4 22 40 F. M. Crew __________ 675' Dlv of NK'4 of NRV .. 28 6 ._3 Unknown N- _______ '.48 W 6 A & a A in NB C'or-84 8 22 12 r>. D. Woodard
q I.iiuience, 0 Wenklev. holdei r 5 A In SV4\ of M4 of Lot Lot 3, 4 of Blk 14 Livingston SEV. of NW<4 of NW"4... .34 II 23 10 A. E., Wall _
That Certificate No 208. lamied th e 1. 2 -- ____.36 4 22 6 H C. Wlmberly _______ 2 86 Trubv A Co' .A: SV5 Of
.
'p i' of Tax of July, A. I" 1934 hal Wof NK'4 of NW"! 2 6 23: 20 Carson M. Urlffl ______ 823 Sub Dlv of NUVi\ of NWSvl4f NUVi ____-____35 8 22 60 Marlon Ollnnon

r t 2nd riled day mii.ie" In mv office .and hnimade I.ot" 31. 32 83 In Woodn NE" _____ __ 28 6 22 Unknown ________ 4.83 SWVi of NWVi -________ 3 7 22 40 Mr.. N B. Hull,
1 I application for a lax deed tV lawn .. 10 5 22 30 Mr. Ada. Howe _____. 12.42 Lots. 1. 9 of Blk 27, Llv- SSy of S'h ot SW\4\ otSW'4

,.. iBMiml thHrcon Hold certlfkatembrace e R': of T.nr 42 A; Sly' of Lot Invwton. Trilby A Co'*. ______ _____ 10
{ \ the following deBcrlbed 63 In Woodlnwn II 5 22 10 J. L. Harvey. __________ 239 Kul Dlv of NEVi\ of WAy' Of NE'1 SWI4 ___. l ? sa Mary GeigerllN ?
y properly* In the County of Bradford, Lot 84. no! In Woodlawn 11 '6 22 20 Fled" L. ConnerSO ______ 823 NE'4' . ...28 6 .2 Unknown ________ 4.11. t I, of NL''vT I..e 5 A In 30 L. A.
40 In Woodlawn, 11 5 22 A. J. Swart. ____ ___ 869 Lot 3, 4 of nik 28 Llv.ItiKKton _
Lot 8a.
l" Hlute of Florid., to-wlt: 00 _____ ._______ 3 311 1'.
r I J. North half of Northeast Quarter N"j of NWV. of SVV4 ___ 12 5 23 20 Lawrence. O. Weekly __ 822 Trubr &: Co'. FiVaSn! 4 ? B 80 J. Alderman
a' of Southeast Quarter of Section NtS of NR'4 of SR'i' 12 5 23 20 L O. Weekly" Truetee 822 Sub Dlv of NEIof\ t : -NE -c -r--ot Mike Dew

i J i'I 12 Township 6 South Range 22 Lots 17 21 In Wondlawn 11 6 23 20 Mary. E. Ward __'00__ 823 NEVi\ --_2* 8 33 A. T. Paul ________ S.17 NWVi of NWVi\ ________ 4 7 23 B Unknown _
f I r Hunt containing 20 Ac...,. moro Lot B< In Woodlnwn 13 5 22 10 Mr\ ThereHsa Mathl__ 699 Lot..* I I. 2 of Blk 30. Livingston. SWV.' of NWVi\ ___ 4 7 22 40 J. F. Piercing
4 { or less. Loin 5. 6, 11, 12 In Wood. Truby & Co' 8 4V4" A of hat portion of
The assessment" of the said' property 13 5 22 40 J. H. Williams ________ 1629 Sub Dlv of NEVi\ of Ely' of SWV of NEVi' lying -
LotsW15
l Ifs under, the said'. certificate. Issued 16. 32 In WoodS NE'i u _-__28 6 .3 Unknown 4.88 W of State Road No.Ab'oVfAfn .
al Wile In the name ot L. O I lawn .in- Woodab 8n: 80 D. L. Rlarby __________ 13.18 Lot :II, 4 of Blk SO, Llv.InffNton --r.------ ? ? M R. Moore
i1 Weekley Trustee I %! of Lot 11 Truby A Co' NE-Co7-or

; ITnl"... said certificate shall be redeemed fawn -- ________14 5 22R 6 Sinclair Moley ______. 809 flub Dlv of NEVi Of. .- K'4' of SWVi: of NEV4! \ EKIC3orofNEVrof7
Woodlawn ._ 111 23 ________ 5 11 '
according to law this property Lot 5'i! In 10 Lewis Garrett NEVi Willie( Robert.-------- of road 7 1 W.
desclltmd therein will be coin. l' : Lot 10 21 In Woodlawn- 5 22 29 8 O. Potter 823. Lot 3 of Blk 32, Llvfnsaton '- 2 A ,In \ Tomlln..on

I '', to the hlKhest bidder at the courtbouse .' 11,01 21 Woodlawn, ___ 18 6 22 10 Charlie Gackln.---. 511 Truhy .A: Co' Sub ., .-, .. ,_ r SWVi 70 yd. r> & S by

'' door on the first Monday In lute 15 1A, 17. 18 InWaodlnwn Dlv of NKH. of NE"-.___28 6 -* Walter Cummlng ___ 2.86 140 yds RAW ________ 7 7 "82 2 C. M. Rlfch
1 20 6 22 ____.__.__ 11.93 ?
the month of October 1936. which lath 40 Dyack Pros. Lot 4 of Blk 32, Living.nton REof' __h __ 9 7 23 40 J. E. Sullivan
t Bill daY of October, 1916 EK: { of NWVi' of NE'i of Truby & Co'. Sub NWV\ of Nw44 of SWVi\ _19 7 22 10 Unknown __ .

flared 'this SEAI.r of August 1936. 'NW'i of N- W'-I'': ... 21 B 22B B Lewis Clarrett ______.- 1.01 Dlv of NEVi! of NEV4_ 28 8 :3 Charlie Thomas ______ 5.88 NWVi\ of SW'% of SWV4\ &:
1,1'or' NR'4
OFFICIAL ) lots 2 of Blk
( 1, or EV4 Ki A In SW Cor of NE'4
i i A. J.. THOMAS.Clei : 1 A for Cemetery" ______22: 22B 19 C. I. A. : M. DlngfelJer.( 1242 81, Livingston Truby & of SWVi of SWVi S & W

'It of Circuit Court FJ'I'! of Nof NW ,i of "nun's Sub Dlv of NEVi' of of Ditch ._____ ___ _19 7 22 I
? of Bradford" (County, !Florida NE'/, _.. ____. 21ma 22 15 )T. F. Brown _______ 862 NK'-i' 28 6 82 Lydia Tyson" _________ 8.19 KV\ of SEVi of SEVy ex iw.. L. Btigg' ._ !
!, *.14-lit.9-II11'1'111 of NWM of NR'/i 23 5 22 20 Dr. O. W. Brown ___on B.U tote 1. 2 or E14 of Blk 84 lA In SECor&N8A i I
.V 4 0of SWVi of NE'of' .
& of ,
Livingston Truby of of
_____23 B 22 541 NWK SEVt:
__
NW'J
4 Oeo. F. Young
\ : 0.- t U'I'I.If"'I'.II Co' i Hub Dlv of NEVi\
*
,,R,, t')ll 'I'tA IIKKIIXeiinle : Sty of IoIW'. of NWVj, 23 5 22 20 Mr\ Helen M. H.llet__ 1212 of 28 8 :3 SEVi\ u_ _--____ 19 1 22 12 J. B. Prevatt .1 I)
Lydia .... ot'SE
NE"t Tyeon .30 S H.IO ft of NWVi\ \%
Lot 1. 8. 1. 4. 7,8of81k -,' ----
t 1111I0.! ... KKON'nTli'K : 3T. LlvlngBton, \
( SV\!. c
W of Ry _________19 7 22
1 Town of Lawtey. W of ------ 5 Foremost Prod4
Dairy
,
f : )1.1 IIKRKHV: tllVKIN. Truliy A CO'B Sub Dlv
n., That, I, n I Powell, holder" of Tax Ry -.23 5 23 Roy Reddish ..-----.-- 18.14 of NE'-l! of NEVi\ --28 6 J3 A. O. Jenkins __ 5.88 EV4\ of a 1 A lot In SW Cor acts Co _h_______ I
of Blk. 2 Townnf ?
Lots 1. 4. 8 ---I
( C. 'tin.. HIM No, 161) Issued the 3III, of talk 37 A all Blk '
r d.i i of A l> 1911, him filed Lnwtev, W. of Rv 23 B 22B H. I* Cotton __________ 862 N'f 38., Livingston: Truby: AC. Lots of S3E'& 4' r""silk: '1n 19 7 W. 1l. Griffin. }>,
u'/I:: Lot f. of Blk 2 Town of
e91h, i!". In" mv / nnd has miitle ap- ..>'.. Sub DIv of NEVi' of
l W of 21 22 I Cotton ______ 70S ? Mre. F. P. CroflBI.rftlKri8SbDre" _
H.
t pll, ntlon for il tax deed to be IDHII- IoltLr.tI I 4, Town -of"Lawtev ? NEV. _- _38 6 -3 A O. Jenkins ______ 8 39 LoH.aTr0-orBk-16--n-19, | ,,
..1 thereon. Said certificate emhiuces Lots 9, 10k88ftofLot.
', t the following dH..l..th..1iO''" W of Ry. _. 23 5 22 Mary M. Bennett .____ 1242 7 8 of Blk D. Jone. Addition ? T -' Mr. F. P. Croft ,,

t t el ly I In the County: of Dra 1"1' W Town'( of Lot of Lawtey B of. Blk W. of 7 to Htarke ._. 28 6 28 Dr A. F.. Dunham ___ 11." of RW'/ of SKVi' \ C. J.
Slate of Florida towltNoithwest Lot 2. 8, 4 of Blk C. Jone.
Hv. 13 5 22 )Ir.. Mamie L. Edward< 4 95 Weeks S'vswv--of19' 7 "". Edith Raw ley' \
Addition to Starke ____28 6 U Nnt !
t Quarter of Southwest All S A. Bailey. lot A all Dr. E. L. Blgge ______ 14.13 Nut of \ '
'l Quarter of Section ,191 Townichlp Ding Lot 1 Town ofLawtey Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. of Blk 3, NFless' 1 3 A right of '

n 6 South Mange 21 East containing W of Ry -___ 23 B 22 Dr. Q. W. Brown ._..__ 3255 ;Temple' Addition. to 2.3 WILY A K'\ +C 40 Acres, more or lessThe Ding r.ot 8, Town of Law Starke -28 8 A. H. Hall ___________ 13.13 NWV less, 2 A In SB!
i assessment of the said property Lot. 1, 2. 13. 14 of Blk 19, (' .____ 22
13 5 22 .r 135 Inca
try W of Rv -- Roy Reddish _...?.___ '.13 Addition to n ?? 2 Ivey Pollard
,,4 y under the said. certificate Issued Lot, 61 I Town of Lnwtey. R; Temple \ ___,21 U 40 R. .
Kw
f was in the i Line of SerenaJohnson. of Ry' .__. 1.1-24-25-26 6 22 L. H. Hill 16.82 Sturke. __- 23 8 23 F. A. Scott ___________ 11..5 VNwTft\ sw'4-___:21 ? za 20 R. ? c'4urmpnhrey,
------------ Lot 3. 12 A 8tA of Lot. 4.
} E 51 ft nf Lot 1& E IS 11 of Blk in." Temple E4! of SW'/ of XW" T 20 J. VJ Joned_. .
I'nless said certificate shall be redeemed ft of Lot 6, Town ot 5 J A In NbJ Cor \
Addition to Starke ____28 8 2:1: F' A. Scott ___ ______ .ot 1 "
,fj according" to law the property T.avttey. E of t.NW2' a.n 5 Knott p"" .
44 described therein will hit sold. Ry ___ 13-24-25-26 B 22 Dorr Trowbrldg __.___ 9 12 Lot S of Blk 1 Wynn Addition Lo : 7; v.f
to the highest bidder .at the courthouse Lot 8 Town of Lawtey E to Starke __28 6 23 Ollle Mare __"__ 11.68 Sub DIv ot NVi of
I' door on the first Monclav In 2.1-24-25-26; B 22B Oeo. F. Young .._...._ 24.05 Lot 2, 6. 6. 7, 9. of Blk 1. NE'4' of NWVi\<; -8%" A__29 7 21 9 Rebecca Johnson '
', IF1 the month of October 19.16.: whichIs I..rIr Town of Lawtey K City Park Nub DIv W A N-vVti'orNV, SW'/ _____30 ? II 20 Pat Adam" -

f the 5th day of October, Ii of Ry ... 13-24-16-26 82B Mr.. E. R. Harmon _.._ 2.39 (". Addition to Starke ..28 1 22 W. B. Wat.on ___"" .68 \ ._ ______30 fO Oeo. F. V..rll'.r -
Hated thin 22iul., day ot 6.II..t. Lot 2M Town of Lawtey E! Lots 7. 8. 13 14. 11. 16, Lot 1 .rVM wr.-of31 7 10 H..t..r Adams
17, 18. 19, 20 21, 11, 23, Lots ;
} 1919 of Ry 21-24-25-26: 22 Mr. Jennie E. Brown 1020
Kit' SWVi of SWVi of 24, 25, of Blk 2, City Blk 7 Hampton.. ;, ; Park; 31-32 7 22 Fred. .A: Rose Fox. __
IOFF'fC7AiJ. TlW:'[ ltJ. -___24 B 82B 5 Young' : Chandler ____ 7.75 Park Sub-Ulv.> W A C. S 55 yd* of '16f NEV.
I Cleik of Circuit 1 Court NWV of NW'4 of NK'4' __ 24 23 10 Oeo. F. Young _.______ 4.36 Addition\ to Starke 28 8 23 W. B. Watson _____ 13.11 -5 A .A: Com 'd. N
n of Itrnilford County, b'lorlda.q NWI4' of NI'.f: "\VII, A Lot.. 12. 13. 14 15, 16. of of SE Inc of NI3V of
8-28-51-9-25 w3VAofNE4iofNI1.... Blk 3, City\ Park Sub- NEVi .A: run N 275 yds,

of SW'/l .. 24 B 12 14 F. Geneve Hdnnon" ____ (.81 Div. W .A: C. Addition to NK Cor of said NKV.
fl'' "u'rf.tj Oy' KI.KC'I.10VI SK'4 of NRVi\ of 8W4! E of to Starke 28 6 23 W. B. Watson _______ ..18 of NEV., thence W 188V4yd
Road _____2* 5 23B S L. H. Hill .___________ *.88 Lot 4. 6, 6. 7r 8. 9, 10 of *, thence M 275 yds.
u i W. El Mlddleton. mayor of SKVi\ of 8WV of SW's ._. 25 22 10 C. I. .A: M Dlngfelder._ (93 Hlk 4. City Park Sub.Dlv thence E 188V4\ yd* to
gg
y Starke Flu, by virtue of the authority N'>4 of NW'i or RA4 orSKV ; W .A: C'. Additionto beg-10 A. also com at
I vested In me by law do hereby A NMj of N"\4\ of Htarke . 28 II 23 W. B. Watson __ ..at NK! Cor of SB'Of' !NEV
{ I cull an election to he held at the city HKV of foIW'/ ___ 21NKV. 6 23 10 Catherine Wilson ___ (71 Lot t. 2. 3. .9, 10. 1i. 12. 13 A run S 119 y.i.. W 220
hull In the aforesaid town by the of SE"; of Blk 8, City Park SubDlv. yds, N 110 yds, E 210
of NW'! 26 6 21 10 R. 1... Brown __ ________ 693
I qualified voters, on Tuesday. Sep 1 Lot 100 ft sa on N side W A. : C'* Additionto yds to b.- A ______35 7 22 20 t. T. Dyer _____ ._ _.
tember 8th.the 19.1(1.( for the purpose of of 8WV. of SW". K of Aadlolnlng Starke __.. .un. 28 8 33 W. B. Wateon ____ .3& :,1:", of NW'4 .A: NRVi\ of
j a eleitlnv following officersOne : State Road. Lot t. 6. 10. II, 19. 19. 14.IS. SM ,.r NWVi\ A of

tI Three mayor Aldermen. right of wav _. ___ 26 6 22 E. E. Burney _________ 13.02 16 17, II. 19, 20. 31. SW'VI of NE'i: W1 A
; 8U, of SK'i" ', of SRI of8K(4 22 of Blk 7, City Park : __-___ 35 7 Hra. M. Con.t.ntina
s. One (Clerk 'Treasurer Tux. asse- A W'4 of 141of Sub-DIv, W *. : C'. Addition BeVarTpW aside ot

t / cur and tax collector RI!:', A S'j of HW'J of to Starke __28 6 22 W. B. Walon._____ 1221 Ry right of way on See
i. 'f 1 One Marshall. SK'A: SKV of SEVi Of t, of Blk 8. line A run N on rightof !

I Inspectors. of said.uielA. W: F. A. -27 5 23 55 R. E. Burney ---------- 11.16 I""gtyt'P'k3'S; .- W A wav 70 yd., W 35
Suott R A. New Antler- Wl son : of *:\vi of swu of 3 Mr A In NWH\ of SWVi S line, thence B to h"C-

In testimony whereof I hereunto 8WV4\ --_ ._ 28 S 22 20 W. R. Dixon>> __________ TS5T81 of Madison Kt known a* ,S.E\4* of sw\* __JJ 7 2l C. A. Toungblood I
i qt nubsi-rlbe! my name and cause the Eye of Lot 14 .A: all Lot 15 J. O Alvare re*. Blk In wVPJSr.1.\ %! \ 7 40 B" U Klnh J enl of the said town to be hereunto In Woodlawn ___ __ __ 39 S 12 15 L. R. Denmark ______ Starke ex, I Lot In NW o-f-SWVi-of"
affixed this the Otli day of August Lots f.R. 66. 67. 58 In Cor old to J. U Peek_.28 (22 4 J. W. Andrew. Jr __ ".01 NEV .A: SEVi.. of NWVi2 II 45 R. M >
A. ['. 1916.OFFICIAL. Woodlawn" ._ .11WW B 22 49 Mr. Maude Walnwrlght One lot S3M' ft N .A: S by ?"Jl0rSWv4 of tlW.,* ___- 3 8 !! 21) O. F. War"krmanB'eV.'tT'plon
d "a ( SEAL) ________.-______ 13.86 105 ft R .A: W In NE Cor \! \ 2 1O.r. L. Harden .A: Son. -
SJWK S 22 10 W. R. Dixon 822 of Lot lying S16V4 ft 8 of >> W5W.id--of
Dr. ----------
W. I!: Mhl J Attest: \ of Madison St. Bounded Hy right of way on N
*'; CARL JOINS NF1"". A El* of NW of by J. W. Haye. E by line of Sea 2 A run Son
4 ., City Clerk.875ti N W I,<. of N E ,. ._ 34 5 23 10 E. E. Burney ___?____ 294 Sander St _-. ._-____ _28 ( 22: Mike Dew ___"' 407 right of way 95
W'i of NV4\ of NWVi of One lot 10H ft N A 8 by 63 W 35 yds. N 95 yds'to
-4 ? NWl ._ _.__ .86 6 23 15 C. I. .A: M. Dlngtelder._ 852 ft E A W Bounded N byCall aid Sea line, thence E on
I, of RW144 of SFM! 2 6 22 20 Ell! Orlftl ____________ 407 I St. 8 brn Mitchell. aid line to beg_% A
>on K: ia K .I'I.It"'I'IO\ 8111/4< of NW-i ex N 200 ft W hy t .. Cook.eyAdds In NEI 1 C. A. Toun.blood .-
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I .. FOR T \ I>.:1':" A ex right of wav S 6 13 34 R. H. Russell ________ 1920 to Starke 28 ( 22 .E. H. Smith ----?? .. 19.04 NWV. of. HKJTWiivC-Zl\! -
(enfv Rill \... IH.I: N'!. of 11I1.of; REV -. 6 6 23 10 Millard H Judd ______ 8 9g Com at NW Cor of San- \ 180 Unknown __ ____ '
i ) NOTICE IS HEREBY: ((11VFN ,Rot, i. of N'i of NJo \\4 of SKV4\ II 6 83 10 Kussell B. Judd -______ 8.98 deraon Lan. A Hogan. wTO ftBTft "swT'of10, \

"' That James II Wainwright, holder NK'4' of NK'\. .__ 1 6 23 40 Adam Green _____._.__ 402 Alley A. : run N on said -NVVV, .__ __________ji ( 22 B J. O. Koller ____
lit 1-12 Tax Cettlflcnte No. 141.: Isued 101.''., ._____ 1 6 23 160 Jerome Thirh .__...__ 41.44 lane 6"* ft W 60 ft, 8 sf 8 \ './Ialvallon, Army
,' I"s '1 the Srd August A' l I w'u4" or NWl.i of NWV4. __ 8 6 22 10 Adam Qreen __________ 1.66 64 ft to Hogan Alley, Alt <, 7HNwH-w--5f" -
{, I9JI. has filed a.i.e In my office 'andy : i W' A In thence E 50 ft to beg In State Road No. 28 ex
toae made application for a tax. deed Woo f."N \41nf SWViA Starke __ _- _. __.28 ( 22: Dr. E. L. Bigg ._?_ 27(2 10 9-100 A deed Rosa
f 8 6 23 102 Jerome Thlrsch ._____ 2623 One lot com 60 ft W of ,
t<. be Issued thereon Said. certificate .A: WV of 8KH\ of SWM\ Manning! Aug. II. 1909
P1t embraces the following described W. of HW', of toIF.". A NW Cor of Bandenon A .x 1 A to Moorer ____12 1 22 (3 W A. Junes .
property In the Brad W'i\ of I fi, furl State of P1 lr.ur.'w: :! r: MR'i of NKH\ A KV4\ ofSRVI run N 117 ft.: W 87 ft, 8 All SW\4\ Sw SW.13 10 J. L. Harden A Son
'/
yR Lots 7. 8, 9> 10 talk 21 Crosy !: .-- I"NW& ( 22 120 Wm. E. Yarbrough>> ____ 21.85 13 ft. W 55 ft. 8 U"iI" ft ny 14W14 10 or : W of '
.x A In
: .II'I thence SW Cr-t2 1S J- H. Lawrence
I > Latin Shores{ In Southeast: of SF.V. k NEW\ of to Hogan Alley H445ft
FI } of Rartlonand In SW'. R of RV 10 ( 21 60 Mr. Alice Humphrey _. 81 86 K on said Alley 140 ft to of NEy4 01 8E\4\

r Quarter Northeast Quarter of Section 2ft WliA( of NWV\ of SWVi 11 ia SO W. K Yarbrough_____ 4.67 beg In Stark. ____U (22: Dr. 1:. L. Bigg ..?-? 2915 \V* .A ..nV8B Cnr? '.. ,-that. por:13 T Unknown -- --

r ,, Township 6 South Range 21 Rlv: : NKV voro 8W 4 14 ( 11 20 L. B. Bobiln ---------- 7.49 One lot of land In Starke tlon NEV4 of SKV lylog -
AIr Nfo
B' SF41 BUS ft NA8by910ftN &&II
; 1 East ( 21 30 Blanch. I. Whltlen 1.58 Ry being I ft
Of SI Of \\4
'v .15 --- : W Bounded. N by N&SbyIll
i The assessment. of the said property F.1 2 tt E& W
F' of SK'4 SKVi\ ex St A E Sanderson
s under the said certificate le- U ( 22 20 B. Watsonlgt ________ It.81 by Parallel with Ry _.h_ 13 Peter Gaines' -
.
A Lane __ __ 28 (22: J. W. Harrell N.: .
'
{ gy surd was In the name> of Ueo. A. .and All NW'W" w'f'sWVi\ W of Coin 116 ft E of NE-'or: of ___ 22.75 of NIo1'4 & F. / of I

9 ,, }' ia. A .M. MaroottInless Ky IS 6 21 It. H Young _________ 428 Broadway .A: Hoyt 81' A wtW'Vi 0KV'. ---u 8 12 60 J.D.Thompson j
/ R;, 6 ( said l certificate shall. be redeemed All W4 of SW'4 R of Ry run N log ft. E ttu ft. 8 sJJf ?,f 8E'W\" :' *" Leigh' **. P"irttr .
{ according to law. the property In Sea 1 11 A a fra,1 of 105 rt. to Hoyt St. W ( SW I
alt described therein will l h. sold HlOV" of SK>4 Sea. 16 a "," ft to beg In Starke 28 ( 22 Edna. C. Lewis ... l..otl 4ri ot NWVi -_________24 8 22 899 Leigh M. Peanall J
y v to the highest Mdder, at the courthouse .. fracl. of NI I'.I4 of NB"Sec "". Lola S. 8, 4, 6, f, of Blk -- 11.21 lot} 1 .-- --------------___27 8 22 14 Leigh M Pearsall 1 -
first Monday In ---- ---- __ .___** 8 U M. Peareall
door on the 21 A a fracl of 11 oil luskln Addn to Iots ----- 27 Leigh (
ir the month of October IB:I*, whkhI NWV of NWV4, Sec. 28, Starke __ 29 (22 2 Mr.. Onl* Freeman __ 6.99 Lot '.*, lVlV.W. -;;35 6 Ia till LeIgh M. P. rsall 1 I[
the 8th. day 1936. allFloffyexll A8&. : SW For T E
u o.h'"i Com at of Madl. A
J..lId : Lot 6 ,
kt # Pitted this % ; August. K of pub road sold Maunders .on A Myrtle 81* A runS ex 18 A on E
mull.
'I ,., t9\ft:\ In Her 23 15-!6.11.92 6 22 (4 Rev. O. A. Thrower... 23.95 on Myrtle 8t 420 ft. W & all Lot. 3, 6 9 10 I
i BEAD of \: 80 LoV, "' 13, 14, V fl }\[. P1"1Fr.cl .
(OFFICIAL! A frac of KV4 HKJ4 IU ft N 430 ft. to>> Madison I I. 403 Leigh
t A. J. THOMAS. 16 A a free of NF.L, ofNKi. St. thence. E on Bald *' 5' or
; Clerk. of Circuit Court l Sec 21 W of RyM 8t 310 ft to beg In fla- Je5 -_ u 1 1 22 2"53 t''''lgh M. Peariall::
j I of Bradford. t'ounty. Florida.S I A _- _.. 14-21 6 21 22 H.... O. A. Thrower n._ 9..UNW" kin. Addn to>> Starfce Lot 1, ]): ( ai 141, Leigh, M. Par.-l''

.38-St 9-2t ,. of NWVi\ 17 6 23 4v Jerome Thlrsco ._ __, 14(2 2 A . .n (22 3 C. S. HoltxendorC 7.31 County it 1
C. A. #fCNIOHT. Tax Collector Bradford






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.U', .' : "RA.D"ORII [ l'Or,'T1' T1'LGR''II.: : 8TAlUlE
FLORIDA '
a .. J'AGF..aC1', \ Il''
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; cBtRC I :Nonsense--I'm not -
f 8\tT15T 1 I'll be here, waiting fur that selfish. TOT \L OF MOKE THAN I tie won't work a lick, be won't "But we'll say this for him, in ?

T ,.? I you return Just you when TIIKK.E: MII.LltlNIn K> to church he 'an.t play cards spite of all his faults he comes of a ':'
B give nu
gn'. t: J u r lefTN AKU and then while you're a thoughtnow OI'T IN STATE BY A.\.\ or dance>; or fool around with mu- darn good family. ,1 I

Scat ,nd l remember away Meal Instruments or the radio So "He's our New Baby" Pi\.vnt '
,, I'm
uptV"rshIP desolate
'fbOJIIap you." without GAINESVILLE- total of $3.- far all known he has no Intellectual i C'lty Enterprise

\ 607.340 or cultural interests at all .- .- I "I
was spent in Florida
by
"I'll
15 P think of you all the time Oscar Hanson of sueda
Chicago
'worship J he answered the original Agricultural Adjustment I- "He neglects his appearance terribly -
; 1
wouldn't go but I restaurant which served a pieceof
.
He's he'd!
do Administration during the so indolent let the t
'I want to see my father he Is pie In which a mouse had been .'ia
97e1Chere ;
period from house burn down before he'd
May 12 1933. to June > turnIn
...... .
growing old
III .. and Is not well and baked.! l ht
fFetk r I prayer I 30, 1936( according to a report received an alarm. The telephone can I lis
-- -- ----- :
by the State ring Itself to pieces and he wouldn't ;
Agrt'ulturalExten
""
"Of course, she said But Tanaml, in desert Australia ia \\i!
Pm softly.
Is your home and I I there lon Service from AAA officials bother to answer It. Even on
-- | was nothing lOft about her one of the most Inaccessible tracts '
fair : such
man If we un I In Washington.Of controversial subject as the
let CHlJII I eyes as she saw his train vanish on the world's surface.
) other. shall we let I Iln the distance. There the total amount. $3,138- |i liquor question nobody knows exactly .
D )of. | was a lookI --- -
rest?
.School- 10 which There is a wire I I I I of triumph in them. There was alsoa 969.20 was paid out In rental and where ne stands because one Soviet Russia Imported only t

WI.Worship- ." may need im shrewd calculation. benefit payments, the report show minute he's dry, and the next minute 328 automobiles In 1934 comparedwith

j : I j, Andre spent several weeks In ed. General administrative expenses he's wet 6,671.In 1930.

Worship, to go back at once," |I I! Paris, but he was home very little. totally $514.041.40.: Trust - -- ___ H: I

f IIIvted: to when he had read the I I i Much of his time, It seemed, hadto fund operations amounted. to $14- ;
III are run up now and say''' 329.96. '
be spent at the War
Office. On '
Suzy. the last night of bin stay he did I Rental and benefit paymf'nts'
; had taken
Detblterlan Suzy to not come home to dinner. There were paid out to farmers prodii.
H U : and had sent a maid was a tenseness Ing cotton tobacco and
corn
(george In the drawing hogs '
her and r .;
render
Ice m any room where Suzy and his father sugarcane and peanuts 1I
need But when _
MA. M ; sat until Albert appealed and said The report showed that 01 'ihe t
the room the I
bugs
it by the Andre was on the wire. Suzy total amount expended by Ihe AAA

4 4p. m Young emptied. The maid jumped to her feet, then stopped In this state $1.223,832: was

price tinged with I it* Albert said It was his father paid out to sugarcane growers. :
Suzy j:4) I IM It
was In-
looking
pm.' EverlIng for whom he had asked. $846,620.50 to cotto; growers, I b
_
photograph she
was "Yes. I understand," the baron $505,318.73: : to tobacco growers and
/ made a face at It
,
It\Iood be-j said to his son, "it's hard to spendthe hogs and 107721.90) to growers of
it Into
a waste
,.( last night in the War Office peanuts These amounts represented M
full.
Andre
'Ices every caught and I'll bring Suzy to the train, of rental and benefit payments t a

LID 1 .if-- n> : Why had not some one I course." Then in a lower tone so The report was not complete liSsome ,N; tf trt13
from his t
kin Irteroon.; room he could not be overheard: "But contracts have not been clow BIi +

f 9 of all those women ? when did the War Office move to ed for payment yet. i WT # hpYpLa'__ I it bI' .

.
.BEL B \ so Intent on what she
a cafe ? Of course you need gayety ----.---

itI'. 1- *. ) she did not know I understand. But I've grown very 1)0'OU' KrXXMJM/.K'; HIM:
room until she _
:vIetl every heard fond of my daughter-in-law. She Is In almost every neighborhoodwhere
School. ,, :y' maid to leave and re a brave live
:l4Y girl. respectable people there I

Study and ) help madame" Suzy was standing tense when dwells a certain type of scalawag,

'?. Saturday night. rooms, said Suzy he returned. He went to her and seemingly devoid.l of any trace of
but icy voice "I
took her in his arms. 'onsclence! or principle, whose con _

04.,Murks l them perhaps That you all I "Heapuke to me rather than duct makes him the subject of a so., A IIT4y +

met on second, you because there were people in lot of gossip, especially among the
won't have them
.Sundays at 11 1 m a the office who would hear him. He women, says Nuggets. You will
Is mine 8180'I
lilY: ana ,:-boir I wants you to go to the train so probably recognize his counterpart t
I Andre took
[o'clock >n one he can see you--and he more than In your own neighborhood from the 1

? { Sunday hinted that he wanted you alone. following description of him. We '

I d be jealous, my
Graham natural he should put you ahead does Uncle Jerry Fleishman from I
of whose bUHinesp Gives 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallon
r Rev'' forms >t 'verYI hlng else one sparkling S 4 t

f rice second and Suzy's radiant face was reward magazines we "lifted" this: I

ill a. m and 8 'nough for not seeing his son and "Some fellows can get away with! in Passenger Cars 9,

for his gallant lie. anything. There's one In our neighborhood -
:it School every
(Next week: An aldont brings thaI does.
:rice even
about u mM-tlnjc of three people-' "Morals don't mean a thing to
I a
whlrh threaten him. He's unmarried. and liven d
tragedy)
iitr m. "ling 1 II : VT nugget(: that n +
with he's
openly a woman
'
- crazy #

I about; and doesn't care what the you make{ a lent '

Hints To Housewives neighbors say or think. lie has IJ
I (In t tAr
own car
no regard for truth or law. your ;

OB I -p;;:; 1 "The duties of the so-called good and find out for ;' ,
I from Demonstration
nt8J Weekly citizens are just. so much bunk so "

11 11And Specialists. Tallahassee' far as he s concerned lie doesn't yournrlf the ex- 3

t vote at either the primaries or the Ira mile In p-G i iI

general election. He never thinksof
11 '
1 TilE FKI'ITFI a bill. I
paying
"Better be Jocund with the fruit- i
"We have seen him, take a two. '
ful grape than sadder after none See theSInclaIr
him going to I dollar taxi ride without giving the t
>r bitter fruit.
Jmbjfcts That Is driver so much as a pleasant look,
I The provident housewife with Dealer
|i!year-olJ high The driver only stared at him and ,
her pantry shelves well stocked
ittld' to the Dean I muttered something silly.
manufactur.'r with grape products, will have rea- __, w

f/Mlng right said college the : son to "be jocund< with the fruitful a\.....a ....... ,.. ..? UprleIN Ir11 w s.uw UJIMMII <; tlas)

I grape,"" not In the fashion advisedby
Malaria
you ay goes. the Perslon poet' but jocund 6 6 6
D Into
going a ; V
from the satisfaction of knowingthat
bud saying, 'I I and tore it across she has a supply of grape COLDS Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) Y
if certain but FOR HINCLAIK l'UOUl''TKI'IIONE ? f
things there was a
and
physician Is I juices jellies, jams catsups 1.1<,,"n TAIMKTS first day 158 tI
[ ; in her eyes. That van-
other well known that 80nft.
products are SALH NOSU llmdarh
i I the boy needs. when Andre told her delicious and healthful.Florida's .. ...'. Minute J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.

'|:spent to college at once to catch his varied supply of the Try .H..M.-TI.-WD.I.L.lmtmmt neat NTARHK. FIXMIIIIA

'talked to the she should not wild varieties the cultivated :
at and asked off. would d
They say
bunch grapes, and now the musca
i he should .
dine group- Scuppernong Thomas,
the
president was waiting for him and James- furnish valuable and
bat subjects 'at,
easily prepared products. Grape
l
'old '
syfttem of / ,1,
shave best too make your Juice Is a very healthful and refreshing -

bad its and happy," he drink. Plain canned and
niter1
'opinion "You need have no spiced grapes sauces and jamsare ill
< were
not aa
very desirable and relatively
'tt fI in the
modern -. of you" said An- inexpensive when made from the

end What w. need "I'm not ro certain thick, sweet meated muscadine YOU CANT PASS UP MAGAZINE VALUES Uk"Vi ;a IhMi t

universities . /
,
grapes. >* -"';',:-:- ,-*-. *- ** -' ViiT.t r.V.T'|t--.j V.M "MNttit ift*> ***Vti'i M.i.-44Mr. ****''{'A'*'*'" *- -->*fW '-->-v t/"V *--' *
p of theoretical, .
not happy in the The chief essentials In canningare I

time i, but<' we need Into weeks before removing the seed, softeningthe I'' OFTER N.. tPf0gr ALL nv! OFTEH Ma. 4lovtbora AU rotm :::::
: .
Christian .Mlv. Form I
f *
Jean 1
again she was com skins, properly cooking the Goad StniM. 1 .or ton ONITTHIS Agricultural T.a FOB ONLY
llenle T r
Someone the baron treated her fruit and sterilizing the contain Country Honoo. I year j Country Romo* 1 yoarTho :=

uncommon thing that her ers. Tho Farm 'fouraal. 1 Toov $1.80 Farm Toaraal, 1 yoar $ ..80J __
'OI1Imon sense Conned GrapesUse AND THIS NEWSPAPER AND THIS NEWSPAPER I,
1'iion but iince ;.r firm but fully ripe fruit.

ere forever they had a little cele- It Weigh, wash separate skins and i

oj t to contact for that day on pulps. Place hulls in kettle, adding Country Von* y MC CALL'S 11Ston'

I'* men end with troops in 1 cup water for each 6 pounds of D ?
fruit. Cook covered until hulls are Pictorial, 1/ERftayCS '
tthlag ibnut life. s and flag! flying I 1 '
I on Andre's quite tender and water is evapo- NEWSPAPER iWN'ewueoRM hi
pinned I II !..*W! r ,
IT'be "for conspicuous rated. Heat pulps and Juice In an- I

biggest fool enterprise above and !i other kettle until soft enough to for 1 year and t st

pm world is the of duty." i liberate seed Put through colander I

|w ng iround that baron stood at the or fruit presH Combine pulp 3

ij": old 1 n no good as they raised their I and hulls, add one> pound sugar to I Big Magazines THIS NEWSPAPER '

r that is new Is and the old man said each six pounds of fruit. Bring t''

letter' 'If' fact the with emotion: slowly to boll, and' boll 4 to :5 I min I for one full year: 9)I )' et I I

I'M *n 'usually -yours and mine, I. utes. Pack In hot Jars, seal and

J7tovi- been, tried process, 25: mlnutt H This makes a And 4
T./ntal. i prim ipies of beginning of a real' wholesome "spread" for lunches Big Magazines ; ;v

Taki th them. I and may be used! 1a breakfast appetizer -
I Mu., > .., 1 Magazine from Croup A :1 from
?? 1 reproached himself !I or In pies or puddings.Splceil I ; Magazines Croup Bioi; ia all
xhl
d
j Vl" rap ( i I 1'It.
,' thought in time to : Drapes|
|'IJry nav, I i.Mowed, I Spiced grapes are much the I I S
DlraJ for Suzy to r>e 1 .. a 1

Peat I'\Jle! ,No In Andre's trl-\\ name as canned grapes and areprepared a Select Any 3 MagazinesFrom C '.71 'y.,
II
fortune
who not similarly except for the I I t
did aJ
he say Ma tol,
'IIvlng I' This List i.l.rt ODO .i:no
rN
m8tlnct In him, some secret addition of spices 1J" D A.. N.II..... ''k'True
It talked to a Suzy made him !i After combining the softened': H Stay _--, 1 TOOT Q] !|.tart| Hoiurt GJrdma. m. """" You/fryJow..I t
buainese n ., .I l "0'01' U oinl'r Nt'''' 1)r
Hon & Cardoso
man. seeded pulps! for B." yoarChriorlaaj jiwntUM m .
might suggest to her hulls and every Herald _o / .,,", 1" .
moo.
g Grare Jours.t ,
1Unulated It great had been thoughtful, 3 pounds of fienh" fruit add the following. Flowtr. Growar moo.HouMhald i Ilona N.emhmld. Naeyln lr.. 0 The lum.,...,.., 1..
0 G .
"u tried i now to get made some effort 2 1-2 p ,und sugar 2.,, Homo Magatino(lIor Me6.nl) yoorMcCall yoarJunior Q JmM:: Nemd llwolhaa. .. I : Go".'ddtwu.... aW/tlj. .. l n

contacting an there. Whether she 'ounces ground cinnamon, 1 1-2 ,, 'o Maaaiuo _' yoar (] elCitt'saalaJm.,....1. l" Ii H....'Itc,. . J" t
WWas a boy-" < > that or not he did I ,ounces of ground cloves, and 1-2 ,, MOT) Claoola 1 read 0 ...1.No.d 15.7' 2 H...." .d J x j
Noodlocralr/ 1 yoarOpoa tm 6"' N. .
0 .
if i I old' ,. J"
jTlnan you they said was that :pint vinegar. seed (Boys) -"* yoarl (0 rantd am din. i" fi Illwlr' ., .mIM, f
evili Iou will have to again they| Boil mixture until sufficiently '..,.01.' Magacino -* moo.PalbUador 0 .otlllndo'Ilnu/bilfI, i 1". III.In.....d H.III.....". n'.. 1n ,
_
(wookly) 1 Tea ,. LII.
na of used i' 1 0 .
fruit
'' tt know Andre, on leave, > thick. If 5 pound are Pictorial Boviow I yoar 0 liar''" N"t'ir' ', J n
'when th,. time I about an hour's boiling will be necessary Progrooiivo rams ,_2 1I..lIe. . 1P 0 rlhuea lye r'xomaeaa '
00 eaa
C rItfee+ vi.,4,I' I Slerioo 1 yoar Wam ...."... 1" 0 ,..lit..,..pu ] r
.
J/rt many spectators on i Bcrooaj Book _- 1 reed 0 Trw Card ra 1? 0 ".them" ea'j !M s IE
uiici
\\iI 'I. nothing that day, but there '' Since the flavor of the spices' Boulh.ro Agrioullurlol _1 yoar 0 AII"I':' lrr 0 I.rt.wtulmwltwldt, ".. i 1"

.. '1ft our modem of whom Andre was I' predominates, the variety/ factor la wale Troo CoaJoMtona... World _1* Tear read 0 TuOk rMaeimd. !3,".<, BIN....,.. waat .. .. .. 1"

!I Cnr. ", de Chabris 'tf less importance than In other .\f>Tt!-Q/iolle..(n| ttamiof 0 0 ,......" ramp. 1 ._-... I li'lGCNTLEMENi ".Mra' '' ,..Nala.' Jr J" 1f
.. J'
.. Iola
American youth. of roducts. f TriM Srary t If you arUh. OnJy ono u 0.- ,aye 1, '
and conscious j :f olloiHii.Q i
re+, ? !Theyire r"'oping' a on Intently as.I I Grape (.fillip adwo.Modora M.h.... 4 by1. yea t'

J was conferred. Then j 4 pounds grapes n Aoiorioon Girl I/ yoarri 1 ;
:went I Dolio.alar yoarn 1 ,
or to cloves
' care met hers she 1 tablespoon ,I..d" 1 .....
t. f them. a radiant smile and 1 cup vinegar D rkyaloaj.. Cui..... _' yoaryoar a

f;a;:to. 8" back to gloved hands togeth 2 pounds sugar I Enclec S ? 1'1.' ... Sond M iI

' _..' C0n0my. if applauding. They 2 tablespoons cinnamon 0[ Otfor Na. 1 O Otfor Na. 2 Q OUor No. 3 D Oifor Ne. 4 ;i ,'

;: 'env? the first time after 1 tablespoon ,allspice 1 am checking magazines desired with I ,.u'a ..,Iap.: ; a '

-- Suzy in his father's 1 tablespoon salt tion la your paper a
Ulm
! to the flying :. ttla cayenne >of desired) ) '
::0. a
1 12

..)...Plltrng' ; '. 1' 'clock .had spent many i remove Stew seeds the grapes Use until whole soft spices and Nan. aII id i P

(';" no '' relaU for him in her'' i and tie In a bag to prevent darkening '11..1.. JLF.D
Ice ':ream Add the spices,
"Sht' ceremony Wall over : 1 the product .

'I. ... you're off to Paris" i sugar, salt, and vinegar and simmer -
!: -. we've barely met i for 19: minutes This Is an excellent a Towa and State f!

.1 JectriC eye" -" [11 It.Ilkers
q .
It being .
\ bj' BrI my leave-l'11-- i meats.:
away.
tJlm. outraged, I can take her
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8KADFdRD! COUNTY TCTJEOII.\rit, ST.VKKE.' PWWI% FSt")1v) 41P-!:
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I ; I buMiie.-i- Hanoi. IM. Pennsylvania ( 4 l Quarter, Weet-hxlf (W<,) of -
.f'ORO. RNAI hH l'.t'tJ.'; of W T W.k.. 4ei'-aHed.: To lifuritv W. Hippie and Com- North-wet (N".I.. and Houth-half China was l' ,
I .. KI.OIIII IY ) THEREFORE TO COMMAND I pim. Ir a corporation, And 1C In exUteiii of Section Thirty-four (14)) all of tomer of Unit..,i ,
.
YOU AND B.ACH OF YOL TOAPPEAR c u. this time and lf a corporation Section Thirty-five (38). except cal
i Ih nod, : IN THE AS.NTI.. and not In <*xiHt,.,,..... thento WeMt-half. of Bouth-eafft Quarter; manufactur., H "I .
.M rt fh, TI.EH CAUSE on :Moii,,> October the officer, agent and trustees, and North-half (NMi) of North-went --- "
!fTA. D. JUJ8, otherwlHe' 'the allegatlone and. .. nil unknown person. claiming (NV'4)' Quarter of Section Thlrty- 112B! cirlnMcrlliml, <, ..,
of nald bill of complaint any lnter"Ht under OeorNte W Hippie .six Jill, all being In Township Four (pt ,,,11'" ,
'
( AK": NO 'U will be taken .H onfewed' by you and < 'uni|>any In und. to the landshereinafter (U. South Range Twenty-two (22, Bradford. si'.'",,
-e al I Thin, order of publication and noticeto dencilbed. IF not a corporation Hunt.Ainu. west Hair .f N ,
l appear l I. Is.tied. pursuant to Order then to all unknown person North-rant. (NEil Quarter ofSouthwest West Halt ,'If "
'
PI HLICATION of Hon A. Z. Adklnii. Judge' of .uiceMor legal representative (SW of Section Northeai-r Qtiui, "I' ,
i
.
I H 10 APPKtH above. named 'Court rendered herein. or assigns claiming an Int..rt.tm Three (I), Township Five(52)( Township T sT.ii',,.,,,, ,
I"
FLORIDA under George W. Hippie and "South Range Twenty-two ( containing too \ : ,
,: : John., Marx A. C. WltneM my hand and the official !; and lie Individual oomprlMln Kant and to cancel and terminate The ...HehMm_", ,
,Margaret Clark seal of naId Court at IStarke, *; such firm In and to the land.her..I..ft.r any Interest that you may nave In sty under the I ;I''
t
; r,11&alP Dawson t/alen-Hul-: Bradford County, Florida thin 3rd described; and to said landMIT sued wa In II,.. "
t day of September. A D IH38 you and each are hereby IS FURTHER ORDERED that Tie & Lumber, r,?,. ,,, ?1
Jacob C. Brown A. J THOMAS, I dof.rtU ; I"
severally ,, WltiHton E and each In I'nle*. the .
you -.I
'' Mar art A. Clerk Court they Clerk'sa office I
r: : Johns:: Ida John* Bradford Circuit County Florida.. Arnow. Hal Edwards and Highland aId cause at In certlflcnt. 't,1: II ,,,' ,
Inc. a corporation Court House In Starke. Bradford cording I.,.
Timberland Company. the |ma 1 q,i. ,. 'd
*, MllJaid Brown i (OFPICIAU HEAD ; : Bill l ,
their ed
hate filed worn County, Florida on Monday therein will I i.en i.. "
Alice Johim. Le- KNIGHT
: Alice L. Johlm. Ja- A for KNIUHT of Complaint in the Circuit Court the 6th day of October. A. L>. 1936 bidder ul th, '
Attorney Plaintiff for Bradford County, Florida, the name being Rule Day and thereafter "" the first Mnnd.i, ,
Caroline 9
Mary -4-61.10.2
against you and each of you. a* defendant file your answer or other th-tobei. |U1:18.: wh,, I "
Horne Jam
5 : : e I .*. seeking. the foreclosure of pleading aa be advised or of October
; 'n.., Mary{ (J. IN THK CIIKIlr (01 RT OFI'I.OHII you may A 1"1 I'
certain tax ale certificate cover- decree confenno will be entered Dated this ,
pro I i- ,I ,
T ff Blenuif. .
1)I'IAI.1'llll'LIT
)A FII.HTH; .It .
.. I.. TownMend. I" A\I' 'OH HIItOFIttfI Inn Hit land described a. follow, agalnnt you. A D. lH'iH::
to wit: IT IS FURTHER ORDERED thatthis (OF..ICAr.E.I.: ,
; : ,
Mary O. fOl "TV. l\ \NtKHV:
: : :: 111.-hard.: W W: WINSTON: )1. KNOW, et alPlalntlffK ... : All of Section Twenty (20), all of order be publihed once a ueekfor A. J TF(0)1t). "
(21) all of Section
Section Twenty-one ; four ronnttcutlve weeks In Brad- Clerk ,'f', ,
Townsend
Arthur "I
for Annie Lelffh- v : Twenty-two (22); all of Sec ford County Telegraph, a newMpap'rripdubltshed of Bnidf "nl" .
: Twenty-three (2J I. except In Biadford. 8-4-51-I0-g t"
A. Pratt, Luther A. ELIZABETH! :: M. COOK, et uU. : tion of Houth-aat, County
Souh-.a..1 Quarter
Albcrgrer... William DefendttnlHOIII HLI/4TIOYt CJnaitfiall J of Section Twenty-four DUNE AND ORDERED at Chamhern IY ('IIIIT'T (.01
Alberger Cone, If alive Mary, >KK Of PI (2i, Noith-eaat (NKV" Quarter, ofNortheavt In stuck, Florida, tills 2nd day Hit tI/1'o11D (01 R1'n'.n
Al'IIO'17'H AP"'HTHE
!I'.O
NUV > Quarter W *t- '. 11
be married, then ( < of September A. D 1936.A. ( Kill.VASCO
.. or wife of To STATE II.ab..lh OK Al FI.OH1DA Cook, Henry Clay half ( Wi,.) of N-orth-eafit (NESS) Z. ADKIN3. :: ('Nl>I IHl1 l t ,
North-half; NV4)) of North- .
.. above named, (Cook and/or Henry C (Cook andor Quarter Judge Plaintiff
heir. legal. repre- H C. Cook, ":abeth Mary Cook.lOmma ; west (NQuart..r. all of of Section 8ectlonTwentyiLx I 0-t-6t-10.2 V.
Twenty-five (26) JOHNIE IX>TT
: ;: ::*':;,;legatee, under*, irran-each Cook, Plern Robert Cook.Laurence Catherine. Cook Ureaf; \> ,,2*l; all of Section: NO'rll' OP APPLICATION Defendant, ,I \II! i ,

.. above named. Oeoige Hippie Cook. Hattie nigerCook. TMenty-HBven (27), except South. Poll TtV IlKKOVenato \ IIF:11: OF pt R.|.|< "4101O'l'It'E
John Mcftae af ; George W. Hippie, Ei. R. east North-hnlf Quarter(Nawesthalf of uth-eunt Quarter( WI-({,,); ( Hill \o. 1O.1I % TO 'PP.Johnh. .:\" '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
*
.. Deed recorded Payne W Cochran and J. 1..f1'. i i
page 1 194 ft ..q. Henry Cochran Joseph trading under the of South-went (SW%) Quarter; That It. 1\(. Alvare I holder of 1-20 residence l 1M 'ink! .
Houth-eart (IE'4):! Quarter of Southwest of Tax Certificate No. 339 l issued ,
.. public record firm name of Payne. Cochran and It In hereb) "1.1! i irequired
', Florida and the (8\VV4) Quarter WethalfWU the 4th day of July A. D. 11121 and to ap ,, ,
) Company; Oeorga W Hippie: IS. R ,
of them and each Payne: Joseph I W Cochran J. Henry ( ) of 8outh-eat: (SBVi: ) Quarter) 1-3 of Tax Certificate No. 23S InBueci 103(1( before Unto ,
,.I..III".IM.-> Cochran.; Vincent O'Mold; Individually North-eaKt (NWV.. ) Quarter of Southeast the 5th, d.v of July A. D. 1926. haH the bill "Ii l ,
I perion claiming I .and a.. Trustee for C.eorgeD (SK'4)) Quarter of Section, Twentyelvht filed Maine In my office and ha. against. you In 'M. "i icuune
I (the place: of resi: (lilt. George Krug, David W. I ((28; all of Section Twenty- made application for a tax deed to ; and the i Ii" I
nine (29). Kant-half ( Et4)) of Northeast be thereon.Sicld .
the foie- RudlHlll issued Telegraph In hel, ? (I. _
) every and Andrew UeorgeD
Forrey ::
being WForrey. (NE(-,> Quartet;; Ka"t-half (EI-{,) 1-20 of Certificate, No. 339 I.. the duly qualified ,
Duvld
: c : n ",.::'i'ioc.l::; Jltt., Andrew Oeoige Iludielll Krug. T C Hippie of Houth-eavt 1SK14): : Quarter and allof sued. the 4th day of July A D lfll'1embracetf which thin Order h.once ,. I
Florida 'Land and Lee \VenthnlfVi- > of North-eat the following d."crlb..dprop.'y a' week t"I i
1 Samuel A. Hwnnn Ueorge ;
; >
: t I ; Flint. Bond Charles Robert Wiley K. Bennett (NKii) Quarter lying East:: of HlverIn In the County of Bradford week.
: of Falnea- and Edward Section Thirty taO; North-eat. State, of Florida, to-wlt: East Halt w'Itne.s 111) hat d ,
) Jr.; Dovey Evelyn llooeby -
Land and Immi J. Oooaeby.. her liunbund; ( .VK'Quarter\ I of Section Thirty- of East Half of Southwest. Quarterof this Court at !stui, ,. I .
Florida' Railroad t ovey Evelyn cltiolHby and Edward two' tI3d: North.half (N'j) ou'\'h\ Southeast Quarter, section 34 day of September, \ I! .
t (NIJV4> Quarter of 22 ,, P
auucentforii, grau-' Township 7 South Range East OFFICIAL. :SEAL
J. Oooleby, her husband, and Fran-
other clulinantH east (Sfi-'U Quarter of /Section't'hirtythree containing 10 acre, more or lev*. A. J. THOM4A .-
cl 1. Wackerman. If living and If all
of them; and ; (JJ> Kuxt-half: ( HV-; ) The assessment of the said I properly Clerk of Th .
either of the above named ;
or
Intervot under any of North-ea (NfciV4: > uar'trt.i tinder the Maid certificate I issued wan Bradford i'ou.a,
& dead then to all
peraonn are per- Hontli-went: .. or coipor- the name T. FRANK LANDRIIV
Hon claiming Intel eHt* under the
them or cither- North-eitHt, (NE\o', ) Quarter Southeast 1-3 of Tax Certificate No. 248 Issued Atty for Plainrif$ /
described said partlen or. any of them deceased (tiE"") Quarter of Nottli-wext the 6th.. day of July A O -4-St-10-2
or otherwise. In and to the land.
Bradford County.. I hereinafter described,
; : ; i: To the several and respective hun
:" \' >/, and 3\ of Laud or wives of all the natural
( MWi o, and com persons namea above und the name
Mouth of of whom severally .and renpectlvely. ,
of NL.1'* of are unknown to Plaintiff;
Mouth 8 chain. To any and all unknown pernon
North 3 chain who claim any estate, right, title,
tl: : to beginning I or Interest. In and to the land here
Township inafter denctlbeu. or any part thereof -
Kant, .alHO; all. either, .an. heir, dcvlneeH.. legatee" ,
;, of N'VIW..t grantee.* or artier claimants. of,
Ulne Railroad. through 01 under any of the above
:
In Section: 17 named defendants either /
: or of
: : 21 .
Range them. ; -
: l:> and '18 of Davis To any and all OO"Ior..tlon.,
Subdlvl-
) hone corpoiiito existence have
may
thereof recorded terminated and the unknown offl-
pave ritiu thetv- rers. directors, agent. trustee. or

)public', Florida record, al- corporation other unknown or person corporation or person who, ''I'CI' I

: ofU'i of Sec- Irate In, anv capacity or inannei. I
I 7 Mouth, Kanire weded. to or nrrjulred any right ,
: tie or Interest ot uny kind or chin,
: n atilt han beenI after In und totnrt land. herelim'deKcllbed. I
.
I ""re named. Court
filing uf a .worn ;officers ,Agent'' and Ti I
1 the above nam-. oa" d :
) lees all 1 unknown pervoiiH, flor I
tli and Annie corpoiatloiiH claiming. I an lute.
hlM wife, aH plalll- under the Florida I Lund and Im I
.., and confirm : ,
I Ion
gnu' Compaiiv In and to
and hut of each '
lands
..)' warranted. to To !Mutual hereinafter Nuvnl described I Stores Com; I'll II. I'
tocoid a. all In- a corporation. under the lawn of t th, ,
..
title to the State of
Florida, If Htlll In existe
(such quiet and If not In existence' ,
a. a core .1 i
to the .benefit ot allan, to the offluei. .
*. 1triiHteea
agent '
<
I ),\*NII'I': yoU AND and all unknown pets, ,, k I
( :! .DEFENDANTS, firm or corporation lalinlng.. aIntereHt
following oth- Ul1del'Iu'ual! Naval Mt'. ,
: Ethel M Companv a corporation., In and
.. ,' of the en-. the land hereinafter described; ,
!! deceased. Mosell. To The, Flr t Mutlonal Bank > 4 4i
Mcliruder M.. .. Hanover'Pennbylvanta, a corpoi.
and Mr. Dec tloii under the law of the Un! '
a'r. of Mtate. with Itw .office and plac / 11

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