Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Subscription-For Year. $1.50;; Six f'Mttha. 73c; -Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner

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M HEREON I 43 Believed Dead In Worst Train Wreck Of Years CHILD KILLEDACCIDENTALLY i'New

WALL ____ __ Unit Bought

WAY p i! For Light Plant


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'-' I Here For Summer Council Makes $20,000

Described 1 1s "Clean-cut" II I Funeral Services Held Purchase At Meeting

IJy Those Who Late Wednesday Last FridayINSTALLED

Saw Him Afternoon

/IV" TCP McCall, con- .' A tragic accident occurred at
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i .nvlcted\ kidnaper of ;\\.r j ..' Urooker late Tuesday afternoon Power Fluctuation and

,.' was a visitor InSlar" ... j ;. i when toui-ycar-olU Kulhlt-en Rau
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se j( :\I e Kxhaupt Noise; Will i ,
Knday afternoon on t. ::.. ;l'I'HOn! was fatally Injured beneath
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I '" Miami to the State 1 A iho wheels of a truck driven by Be Eliminated

[MIIT. here her mother, Mrs. Hay Raulerson
|I' '1. near '.
Prls' Mc- ", -'... ,. The child s tether had Just re
I I' ,' ,, ,' -nif transporting .- .,: .. Purchase of u new 300 horsepower -
D. C.Coltm" turned to their home near Brookci
J Sheriff :
,, mounted by Fairbanks Morse diesel engine -
Cal ii ol "' with a load of fuel oil used for"firing"
ui'l' three deputies for the City Light: & Water
In front ol burns In the process of
I'lunt announced
was following a
Dade< <
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curing tobacco. He had unloaded
< I.i use here at 10:45 A. special meeting of the City Coun-
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the '" part of It and nuked his wife to
Jl mi m-rlff called on Senator I ',' dl|] l lust Friday night.
drive the truck to another point In
Oarlee lohns, an acquaintance l ,, ..'.<'t :i1.t the yard. Both parents thoughtthe The new unit will have a 200 kilowatt -

whose ,office nearby and invitedhim .., -...:'fI" electric generator, thirty
; :,. young child was safe Inside the
In rule to the State Farm withthe ".,-, .j' house, but she must have come percent larger than the present

party ./ Into the yard unnoticed and have d large unit which la only 240 horse-

Before! leaving town Sheriff if' .f.ft been sitting on the running boardof a .pk power with a capacity of only ISO

Coleman allowed McCall to leavethe \ the truck kilowatts. It will be of the latest

automobile and took him to As Mrs Raulerson drove off) I design and will have a greater operating -
Ben Sternberg, son of Mr. and
Beasley's!! Service Station where I It is feared! at least 43 persons perished when the Olympian, rrnck passenger train of the Milwaukee ihe was halted by the cries of an Mrs. N. Sternberg, of Starke, efficiency than the present

they drank a Coca Cola. Railroad crashed through a weakened bridge across swollen Custer Creek near Sangus.Mont. The engine older child, Nadine, who shouted who received his commission In I I equipment.R. .

Thone who saw him described and six curs plunged Into the stream or piled up on the bunk Rescue crews are shown' clearing the wreck- that he mother had run over Kath- I the Infantry at the recent graduation i' F. Clark, superintendent of '

HcCall as a nice looking young \ age und searching for bodies. 'leen. When she jumped from the exercises at West Point. He the plant, stated that the presentannoying
muscular ,build, with truck the grieved mother found i
Glow of '' exhaust noise and the
-- -- will spend the summer here with
clean-cut features, and of generally the lifeless body of her child lying I j his parents at Kingsley Lake before variation in speed (causing a fluctuation I

nent ippearance. He was not DR. McLENDONIN In the grass. 1 '' In current) will be eliminated
: leaving in the fall for Randolph -
under con- Funeral services for Kathleenwere
handcuffed but was ORLANDOLEAVES I Fluid, Texas where he will with Installation of the new

slant. watch by the sheriff and his I held lute Wednesday after- try out for the Air Corps. Ben 'I unit. It will he equipped with patented

deputies STATE FARM AFTER noon with the Rev. W. M. Moody graduated from the Bradford ,, "silencers," he said.

McCall said nothing during his I RECENT AUDIT SHOWSBradford 13 YEARS. AS DENTIST officiating Interment was In De-- County High School here and Purchase of the equipment, involving

brief stay in Starke and spoke but THEREDr. dan Cemetery. studied at Marlon Military Institute an expenditure of more
i few words. on the ride to the before receiving his. appoint- than $20,000, was made possible

State Farm according to Senator County's total assessed sewed!! has dropped from $92,091.93 H. B, McLendon left Monday PULP MILLS I ment to West' Point. In the cadet through a deferred payment plan ;I

Johns valuation not Including tax delinquent ,. in 1931 to $61,356.65 In 1937, which I afternoon for Orlando where he TO DRAIN FORESTSDEMAND corps he attained the rank of whereby the unit will be paid for

Once at his designation, the property which has technically represents a steady drop each year will open dental offices in the Exchange cadet lieutenant, was on the la- entirely from plant earnings over i

was locked In the reverted to the state, has except In 1933 when assessed taxes Building. He recently an- FOR ROUGH WOODTO cross, boxing and football teams. n period of six years ,

young prisoner dropped steadily In the past seven amounted to $103,373.65. and nounced his resignation; as State BE DOUBLED, winning numerals In lacrosse and One of the present old units will
In the
most l Isolated spot prison years with the exception of 1933 1934 when they climbed to $104.- Dentist a position that he had EXPERTS SAYWASHINGTON. I boxing and two minor "A'a" In be removed and the new engine
cell more
death even
the original and 1937, the recent audit of 723.82. In 1937 It Increased 84326. held for the past thirteen years. I boxing. established In Its place Mr. Clark i'Bald.

secluded than death condemned row where Bradford County's books shows. Collections were described as Although having charge of dental ,-The Agriculture -I. ____ _.__ There will be no enlargement -

fourteen other men The audit was made by W. B. "fair, averaging seventy-five per work In several other state Institutions Department reported today of the present building. It

now await execution. Johnson, employed by' the State I cent" with 1936 and 1937 taxes Dr. McLendon made his expansion of the pulp paper Industry I CONGRESS Is expected that the new engine i ,

\\hen'lhe; Telegraph's reporter Auditing Department and was still being collected. The recordsIn headquarters at the State Prison In the South during; the will be In place and in operation

arrived Monday morning at the made In the early part of this the Tax Collector's offices were Farm near here where he organ- past year and a half would almost CLOSES DOWN within two months.

Ugh wall surrounding the death year. It covers the Tax Collec "neitly kept" the audit said ized the dental department many double the demand on Southern "With the new unit our plant

louse two stretcher bearers were tor's books for a period of three The following table from the years ago. 11,,'will be. succeededby forests for rough wood.A I ENACTS FEW LAWS THATAFFECT will bs able to meet Its task of

tarrying out the body of Orson years and two months, from No- audit shows the assessed valua- Dr. P. B. Stubbing, of Chatta- survey, the Department said, THIS PART supplying Starke with dependable

Wllllanu, a negro convicted of vember 1, 1934 to December 31, tion, date, formal amount of taxes I huochee. disclosed there were In operation OF COUNTRY service! for many years" Mr.

kUling another negro In Hillaborujh 1937, but lists the assessed valuation or under construction thirtyeightpulp / The Clark said "Our plant must have
with regret that I Seventy-fifth Congress,
and It genuine
total collections, was
County. He had Just been millage, and collections since, I Dr. McLendon's resignation was mills In ten Southern States which adjourned last week, did at least 100 percent reserve capacIty i

electrocuted and the rigid body and Including, 1931. percentage of collections (tax roll received at the State Farm as he from Virginia to Texas. little that will directly affect the at all times to safely handle the i

under a white sheet In the blazing The totlll 1 amount of taxes as- only) : I These mills, which will have a lives of Bradford task of continuous service For
was known as one of the County :
total dally capacity of about 10- I cltllenll'l time this condition has not
IUD was u grim reminder of what Year Assessed Value Assessed Collected Pct.col.! popular members of the staff as I with the exception of some
sometimes to those who 000 tons of pulp, represent a total existed, and the recent breakdownof
happens 1931 ____________ 1518182.00: $ 92091.93 74229.44 81 well as standing high In his pro- of about I Bill But as a matter or record,
do not live with their Investment $200,000,000 the large unit has resulted! In +
at peace 1932 ____________ 1322244.00 78,48369 73225.29 9.1: I fe slon. lie was a member of the It Is estimated here IH what It accomplished: I '
fellow the department said failure to the full demand,
men. 1933 _________ ___ 1.605.465.CO: 103,373.65 72.643.31 70 (j Starke Rotary Club, a past president the Industry would employ 1 II A new AAA setup, with the the supply continued. q

Inside the death house guards 1934 ____________ 1,573.881.00 101,723.82 65921.12 63 I of the Young Democratic 23.000 in the mills and controls more rigid than the old superintendent
men "Sixteen In 1922 the
Rid thai no one, with the excep- 1935 ____________ 1.119.71900 63.590 56 51440.05 77 Club and former commander of at annual I AAA. hut subject to farmers' ref. years ago,
16,000 the an Its first units.
tion of "relatives wan allowed to 1936 ____________ 1013029.00 60.513.39 44.63785 74 f the Jones-Langford-Whlte Post Brenda on five major crops, wheat, city purchased I
of least $25,000-
labor outlay at j the third unit
lee :McCall He had requested pri 1937 ____________ 1,077,813.00 61,356.65 19,867.81 32 American Legion I 1 cotton corn rice and tobacco, I Eight years ago was
/ ,secured and another unit will
vacy Our reporter passed down He will be joined In Orlando soon 000.The I and employing Soil Conservation now
death I The sharp rise In 1933 when the A. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Circuit I survey, made by the Federal be added" Mr. Clark said. "It
row where fourteen men- by his wife and small daughter. benefits us Inducement to compll- ''
some black, some whitewerecaged valuation Increased nearly $300.- I Court was for a period of three -- -- .---- --- Southern Forest Experiment Deems that about every eight years
due to the Futch law years three months, from October :j ance. forces the addition of
Ticre: Paul thoa'istful'Iooking OOO was I Station at New Orleans, estimated I II expansion
wna Eungc. much land 1, 1934, to December 31, 1937. WEST POINT LIFEDESCRIBED Wage-hour legislntlon! designed
little fellow : which quickly placed mills, when running at full capacity more capacity and If thia loud continues I
victed of con-and back on the tux roll. I! The audit !hud the following to would require about 5,000,000stHn I I to put a limit of forty hours on the i to grow as In the past the

children slaying his wife their i The audit of the County Commissioners ay: "The records of the officewere al'd cords of wood annually.The I! work week und a minimum of city will be In the market again
they slept at I found to be In excellent con- I forty cents an hour for wages; progressively "
home in books covered the three BEN STERNBERG TALKSTO Department urged the new before many years have passed, I
Tampa There were others I I
I from Oct. 1, 1934, to dition and were those prescribed ROTARIANS over a period of seven he observed I
nil year period Industry to use proper conservation
quiet, all orderly, all ap- September! 30, 1937. "The countyIs I, by statute. Remittances are made V.JFDNESDAYBen : methods I years. During the first year a max- "It Is believed that the requirements -
parently resigned to their fate. regularly und with few exceptions imum work week of
in good financial "If the expanding pulp Industryof of the plant have been
Farther on, to one side and the report said. COndltlOn.1 before the tenth of the month. Steinberg who has just returned the South Is to continue to operate -I hours Is provided and a minimum carefully and satisfactorily cared

screened from view, was the orig have doubled during the Candidates' filing fees have been to hla home here after ," the Department mild, "new 'of twenty-five cents an hour forwages. for In a manner that will not be

inal death cell containing McCall. period audited. Interest and sink I properly collected und remitted.The graduating from the United States growth must replace material used I .it hardship on taxpayel'loll'.

Immediately after his arrival at ing fund balances have decreased clerk holds appearance bondin Military Academy at Went Point from the forest as fast as It Is I Relief and recovery bill, appro- Clark concluded.
the prison lust the case of Mandel Scoby for with the commission of lieutenant, .
Friday the young other hand bonds are I 3.748 million for .
but on the cut These forests have to sup- I pr'atlng --- --- --- -
kidnaper was taken Into the office no longer In default. They are being I $1,00000 on which judgment has I spoke before the Rotary Club here port other industries, Including the WI'A, revival of PWA, additional EXAMINATIONFOR
been granted. The clerk had a "bird'seyeview"
of Supt. L, F. It All Wednesday" giving a
Chapman. retired before maturity. naval stores and lumber. I ) funds for low-cost housing,
was the balance of 25105.02 In the Florida of life at this famous school.
second time the two hadmet Indications are that the affairs ofI;: I "The forests of the region can and! parity subsidy payments to JOBAPPLICATIONS
of December at I
Bank at Starke as reviewed his four
but I years
under far different cir- and
the county are carefully capably farmers.
If for
nmstance : administered. Budgets are M, 1937, carried In the name of the Point describing his feeling meet all these demands only OPEN FOR

"The first time I IIUpel'lntendent and the r..cord" A. J. Thomas Tax Certificate Account i'rom the time he went there as a est owners and managers use the I A new naval building program, SUBSTITUTE: CLERKIN
we met, the prepared ,
bewildered until his grad various kinds and grades of timber entailing expenditure of 1,100 million -
"was In well kept and are up to !
explained, are
He told for the purpose for which they are dollars, with provisions for
1934 at I' i The audit covers the office of E. uation a few days ago.
his home town. I date
suited and for which they Increased air and examination

delivered the W. Hayes, Assessor of Taxes, for several humorous Incidents concerning I bent I Army strength, : open competitive
Bencempnt high school com- "Both the financial condition the year of 1937. "The tax rollsappear i the hazing of newcomers will bring the most Income. At the110mI' I antl-el'crnft defense j I II for the position of substitute.
address there. McCall and the records of the board indicate the forest or office has
time capital clerk In the Slarke post
the >.rclus.tm"n.VACATION. A Ion-dollar, five-year
sal a to have been properly pre I by uppi
member of the graduating that an effort has been madeto stock, should be built up been announced by the Civil Ser-
el4 pored" the report states. The report -, .- growing; I flood control program.
s. He the
was a fine looking boy administer the finances of "
maintained. vice The
then be still Is economically showed also that Mr. Hayes and Placement of first, second, and I Department job pay
county carefully, had not been fully paid by the The industry the Department third-class postmasters (about 14- sixty-five cents an hour.
md as provided by the statute I BIBLESCHOOL had made start at self- I must be flied with
An audit the booksof said a I II Applications
TALLAHASSEE. have ounty. 000 In aliI) under Civil Service,
The state Increased operating expenses rules designed -I the Fifth U. S. Civil I
regulation by adopting Manager
former Assessor of Taxes N. D.
Pardon: with life tenure In their jobs.
Board granted Wednesday been caused: by the building WILL BE HELD I I
made and ,: CLASSES to promote conservation Service District New Post Office
a I stay until Thursdiy. July 7' on equipping of an addition to the thing Walnwright found In was order. every- I FROM JULY 4 TO practices.The II I Tax revision, which virtually Building, Atlanta, Co., and must
petition bv contribution abolished all but the of
for commutation to life courthouse and JULY 15 principle
Department said the mills be In by June 29.
'mprlsonrnent of the death sen- to the State Social Welfare Board An audit was made upon the war distributed among the States, I the undistributed profits tax, and Applicants must be at least
*MB books of the County Board of and officers of the
Imposed upon McCall. The for oM age pensions. 19:1:36and I The teachers us follows: 'I materially modified the capital eighteen years old and not above
petition was have risen Eond Trustee. covering : : Sunday School of the Baptist gains tax designed to produce
brought by the kldp"r'I"atto.rne The county's receipts Alabama 3; Arkansas 2; Florida forty-five years old by June 29.
:" ending September 30, 1937. announcing a Vacation l bout the of tax,
who hinted that 105942.73 In 1934-33 to Church are same amount
) from 5;; Georgia 2; Louisiana 7; Mississippi Male applicants must be at least
might ) The report said "It was found that Bible School for boys and girls up 5,300 million dollars.
1936-37. Expend
a plea of insanity In 118823.11 in
3; North Carolina 3; Texan five feet four Inches In belght;
M'' In the records were In fair condition.All to sixteen of age. The I
attempt I
to 98396.49 years
.ave McCall from lures Increased from 2 and Virginia 7. Enacted a 375-mlIlton-dollar: female. applicants at least five
we electric 1930-37 funds were accounted for. I School will at 8:30: A M. on
chair.Invites 1931-35 to 134548.50 In It said the majority of the mills : road authorization bill for 1940 feet. At the time of appointment
. The books of the County Judge. which will be
But the cost of general government audited, :' Friday July 1. day I ran entirely on Southern pine, but II; and 1911. male applicant. must weigh at
In 1935- E. K. Perryman. were as given over to enrollment of pupilsand
Legislators decreased from 12769.55 were the books of Sheriff A. O assignment of classes. Be- I a few used hard wood or a combl- I Revised the Federal Housing leant 125 pounds In ordinary clothIng -

t George Inman. newly-elected Stt to only' $11,750.34 In I Andreu. and former sheriff W. J. I ginning the following Monday. nation,' of pine and hardwood. The I I Administration Act In hopes of without overcoat or hat.

representative from Bradford and la'''' enforcement 1934-35 to $1936-37'1 Epperson.The July 4, the school will hold sessions !principal products were said to be I, speeding private building through/ Age, height and weight requirement -
County to the $6,452.69 wrapping paper, liner, boxboards more lenient lending and lower Interest will be waived for personsrntltled
? State Legislature l 1930-37. The increase In expenditures complete audit Is on file In from 8:30: to 11:30: A. M.,
announces in I book and other white piper, and i rates.Masons. to preference because ofmilitary
that .
he has Invited all xerclseaon
came from welfare expense the office of Clerk of the Court A. cloning with appropriate
Dew ._ naval service Preference t
wallboard. or
members of the 15. ------- .- -
1939 House to
woe) auxiliary operations (main- J. Thomas. Is open to public inspection Friday, July I be
to in appointment will given
Kingsley Lake next Tuesday and debt service and contains much and Parents whom children
for a ly the school board), have I Buys Servsice Station To Gainesville to bona fide patrons of the
fish fry and "get ac- which amounted to 03706. varied Information that apace does never attended a Vacation recently i
1 a nted" party 1936-37. nut permit to be reprinted In the School will be- glad to learn that, C. D. "Jack" Edwards Members of the local Masonic'' Starke post office
$16 In
--- the A. A. recent-I Lodge, will attend the Tenth Dls.1trlct Further Information and application 4
-- the books of columns of the Telegraph. thin Church-.poneored summer activity /
Notice the Ads me audit covering ._ 0- _______ __ __ Is designed to help the boys vice Station at the Intersection meeting to be held In OitlnesI I blanks may be obtained

Be and. girls enjoy their vuuatlon, roads thirteen and twentyeightl|I I vine on Thursday, June 30. More from F. F- Stump, postmaster
sure '
and look for your Iiacse 'Widows PensionsThe Gasoline Consumption fiom public cloeol. while also providing J; (Madison and Walnut Streets) and I I than 300 Ma tons are expected. to .-_ Worked

lev>'Q of nUmber this In the ads on page county School Board baa an- : Bradford County used 97,122 them with character building has renamed the establishment!I be present at the Gainesville Temple Streets Being

(oar week Telegraph. If activities In the classes. A Edwards' Service Station. Cities \I which will be air cooled for i, All unpaved streets: within U>4

Kv number 'I. there you will been nounced that It will accept applications gallons of gasoline during the large enrollment of pupllj Is arc- ,, Service products are featured together the occasion. A varied and Inter- { city' limits are being worked with

Tleatre a free ticket to the Rib tot widow's pensions on I I month of May. A total of 18.112 ,' pected this year, .:nce boa and with washing., : !/ polishing, eating program: has been arrangedto the aid of the county's griding/ ,
of ,,
but the office 1 1wtua
cumber,' It must be your exact Saturday. July 25, at the gallons of kerosene were used during girls who have attended before are greasing, and tire sales and lIer-' follow the chicken plleau ..uPIe. \ machinery. The city wll bear the r;

Pant of the'includiag numerals.the letter In the court County house superintendent In I I I the same period. ifft. for the school ta "befla. |I lice, anj rr.l-ior repair work. 'I I .. ..u- o* UU; : lovoiveU. f{

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COUNTY Tax AHSP Advance on 1038 Roll. : 2 Pi'im. Prec. No 2. $18.00; Ben M\l VOOSo-l\I.\O \TION\S BUS SCIIEDCLE StaUi(Moperlv of Florida, to-wlt I I ,I

$120.00; Bishop Office EquipmentCo. Rowc. Dep Sheriff 2 PrIm. Prec. j When a mad dog runs umuck In 2.:13: A In !HW: Cor of "

WARRANT LIST Inc., mat. for Clerk's office No.2. $18.00; T. N Kendrlck: the village he is hunted down and Southbound \ loud"-'i:1, No(C'ltn 19,,r\t. 18 X It,'dge IS:: .. : ; ,:, I, ,
Stl1rk5U raNo
$365' ; Staike Tel. Company Tel. 'Clerk PI'ec. No.3, $9.00; K. L. put out of his misery When a Nn :205-Due : p of M4' of SK1', Xt "run ) [ i r

General Fund service for Court House and Jail. Grlffls Ins. Prec No. 3, $9.00, J. Wa,' mad nation runs amuck In 207-Due Starke 11:43: pmN'o theme thence 8,H 4 82 dvreei degrees W /,, "
I t "
Starke ,
$10.70 S. R. Johns & Sons ma- No. 3 the world seeking some one to 203--Due p.m.No road thence W nlotiK "
Allowance) ; |I D. Bowers Ins. Prec. $9.00; ;.. ,,, I''
( Pauper 201-Due Uaike 10:20: a.m. Hind Ill) ft to Hen ,
terial for Jail, $3-10, Bradford Eaton Brown, Ins. Prwc No.3. bite all the nations must keep 7 S K 21 ":.. .,,, i I

Alex Cross $2.00, J. F. Durrance Hardware Co.. roofing for Clerk's i I $0.00; R. C. Buford Ins. Prec. hands off and permit him to run I NortliJiound A< "ii-H. "more or ices ) ",,i, ,

$2 00. Wilt Hughes $1.50, Aaron I office, $1750.; A. J. Thomas, i No.3; $9.00; E D. Jones Ins. riot until his blood lust Is sated. No. 202-Due Starke 1 :50 p.m el'ty Tin*under aHHennment the" nafil of the".. ,J

McGuIre $300 M'S Mary C. i I Clerk Expense. $1.25; A. J. Thomas -' Prec No.3; $9.00; Theo. Tison One plan Is as sensible as the No. 204-Due Starke 4:1G: p.m Hiifil was In the nutnn, of I I I,I '

Clerk. Court House Expense Sheriff 2 Prim. Prec No. 3, other Is foolish.< When we wake alII"]. IlurrlMUnleaM. I ; '
Thomas 200. A. F GriffIs $3.SO, Dep No. 200- Due Starke 0.15pm; said l certificate .. I "
Mrs. $179 01; Snnford-Hull Company' $16.00; Dewey Murrhee Clerk up and apply the same rule to No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: am det'ini'd auiuidlnii: to law. ,,,, ; 'n"
Belle Parmenter $3.00, .
Mrs. Court House Material $6.63; To- Prec. No. 4 and Del. Box $700; both most of the wars will be No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m. to',Itv the denillbed hIghest' th".I"bidder at"v I I I .,"' ,

Geneva PrIngle.00., Mrs. W. M. rode Chevrolet Company 1 freight F. M. Griffin Ins. Prec. No. 4 eliminated.-.Tltuavllle StarAdvocate. Starka Bus Agent: Beasley' houHe door on the first I :: I::: ',!) : :

Hodge $900.: Riley Johns $3.00. hauling $1.50; C. B. Roberta ma- I $6.00; J. ... Surrency Ins. 2 Prim.'j I Service Station opposite court. the 4th month day of of July lulv U38 IIlM.: I.the ,

Mrs. Loller Todd $2.50. Mrs. Daisy. terial for sewing room $18.87; F. I Prec No. 4, $12.00; Willie Strick- _u_ I b__Ulle._ ._I Hated_ !_ thin I 4th_ day of .: :: :: r '! '' I I

Raulerson $2.80, Mary Rowe $2 50, F. Stump material for sewingroom I i land. Ins. Prec No. 4, $6.00; W. T. TilE HIKED GIRL U' OKKICIALi: BKAL.: ) I ; ; I i;: ;,', \ (I

Mias Trzona Thomas $2.00, Mc- $15.00; J. V. Jones materialfor : J'ofcEvel', Ins. Prec. No. 4. $6.00; That homely figure of bygone -- A.Clel J'k THOMAS of Circuit I 'I I,

Kinley Davis $3.00, Mrs. Ethel sewing room. $19.24; Alexan- I Mlnno Starling Dep Sheriff PrecI days-the hired girl-Is but a A window on the south side of Bradford County i t" i r, (r,.,, '

Johnson $5: .00, Annie Murray der & Company, material for sew- I No.4. $6.00; W. H. Jones. Clerk memory In most American towns a house will receive 45' times as 8-10-41-7-1 '. < 'I\ ,;' 'I

250. C. S. Grlffls $3.00, Georgia ing room. $18 88; E A. WInkler, Prec. No. 5 and Del. Box $8.20; today. On the basis: of data collected ranch sunlight as will a north win- 1\10'1'11'1 OF ", (',% : : : I,, I I .

Walker $250. Mrs. lola WillIams : repairs at Court House $3.35; A. M M Machett Ins Prec. No. 5. I In its consumer purchase dow. 9Oil.'1'UII 11111 .:": : '
Xrn.te N. t :
I '
$2.50. Arthur Newmans $4 00 Ro- 'I J. Thomas. Clerk Amt adv. to 4- $7.50' L. L. Brown. Ins. Prec. No. survey the bureau of home eco- N'OTt' IS l-IEIIESY' :
I O'I'JC'.l OK Nil II OK TIX \ ::J
sana Coleman $2.50, Mrs J. B. H Club boy. $500.: ; J. H Saxon !5. $7.50; W. A. Meads Ins. Prec. nomics reports that her species Is I -ht'rhI'CAI'EeNOT'I Mia' Beulah Kelly, 1, ,
Ceitlflcitle No. 4S9, ,
.50,1/ ,,,
Manus .00 Jones $2 : IS HMIIKHY IIIVKV; Unit I I
$5 Lilly
mat. and labor repairing election fast dwindling. In moat Americanvillages I
; No. 6, $750; Henry Saxon Dep day of September. A. l II.
I.pnna ban filed with
Ilmrllnh, me
Mrs. Hester Sapp 500.: Mrs. Annie booths $13.00 T. Frank Ltindrum L sums paid out for house i filled name. i In mv office
; 50
Sheriff Prec. No. 5. $7 ; written request t thut the tax cell ii- .
Green $2.00. Mrs. Ida Chase' tip to Atlanta at request of Com- Fohns. Cletk Prec. No. 6 and G.// hold help are too meager to allow I lcat.*H together with all h.'lup"t be made ins uu,1 apiillcatlon theit'on for Hnld!a I I 1 : :;: .
00 Will $3 C->. Ossle Provntt : '! omltlrrl or \'leil taxes held bv the .. :: :I;
$3 Tyler mUsloners 25.00; Standard Oil Ins. r'or year-round service; In at least "'hr..H the followInK .
Box $7.00; H. D May State be nilvtrtlMp and Hulil to the
$300,1 I ,.rol''I'I, I In the Ciiuntv of ,
500. Mrs. Rosie Allen Company, oil for Cl House, $2925: ; 'I No 6. $6.00; Clyde Hersey.prpc'j one pel'80n-.the one who wrote the I'I'' hlKh"t hlililel. foi iHHh 9P "providedl. sun I|,, .r Plorldn, I ln-uit : : ,
W R Me Wain $300 Resale Carl- C'lnll>l'r 18210 of tho I'll acts .. '
| "rfioKett Hardware Company one Piec No. 6, $600; W. H. Hall blll"uu's press rel..ase-the cold nf t lh<> I.,'lsln I U,l'O, upon t the fitllnwInR North Half of .. I / I 1 ,I

ton $3.00, Jessie Ilurdenbrook iroom for ct. House $1.00; A. OAndreu Prec No 6. $6.00; John Hall, Dep statistics roused latent' memories ,luert, llitMl rfnl pHtntn In the' tlon tei I of I II I TowiiHhlp.nlh"1 7 8,(,,,I.l I 1 I |
'''' Mrs. / County of Urndfaid State of Floilitre ,
(10) Mis Julia Clews $400 1 I
election that sent him for volume 22 g"MI. "
Sheriff expense Sheriff Prec No.6. $6.00; Stafford scurrying a tn-wlt: (ontulnlnHr/ I .I
A lire Oliver 400. Lula Holder $31.88, C. .1. Powell repair on Ct. L. Crews Clerk Prec No. 7 of the Hoosier poet, James' ;H A"'"'"', I In NW Cor of N'4' of "flt't nHHCMHinent in,I' IHHHThe tit* the I I < I II
"S\\" ..r N\V V Sfi' 2S l'i>. 6I.I !I.n. .
$:. oo | : I i ,
House windows, $1.00 Woman's i VVhltcomb Riley ..t 3' iindet the Mil 1,1 i'ert I : i
; nml Del. Tox. $7.20; M F. Wiggins I 22 K, -onlalnlnif ,1 Ac i <.... I:i ,!
( tty Light & Water Plant, light i Club at Stiirlti" amount allowed Ins. Prec. No 7. $6.00; C. E.I "The hired Gill." recalls the bu- 'niol".o ol. left '"ii.I ir.'gg was llniduure In the 4'name,,. ,

anti! w 'ici for Court House and '01 Lib. 2 mo, $20.00; L,. L. Conic Andrews. Ins. Prec No. 7. $6.00; I IH. r ait's lelcnse. "was the family factotum I Th leitlflrate tfixeH to NOH he Hold 417 are of evidencedliy 1930 le- I.'i,l'se mild cc-itlflc-ate I I I I t
Ti. ,il I. $;J)i.44; Geo D Barnard Sta- ,'. chulimun sal. County Com. L. Johns.' Ins 2 Prim. Pi'ec. No who lived in the household MM| ",'( ttM'y| ttllfl, ll*|>1PHllt '11IXlM Col, iloi'med.>I1V diHillbeil aiciirdliitf, '\ i I IhiMi'lll to law I I I : : : i i

tiom-n, cnmpiiny. env. for Clerk $30.00: Mis W. S. Parker pauper, 7. $12.00; M J. Sarp. Ins and cooked good things to eat that the at the' ...)"amount.',1"",, i 1'I2I luff:' to to 19aholh$18.87 Inclu- I IAl (,, I the, hlKheHt. lildder nt I I I I ,

$l7r! > R. It. Tlied.. mat for ":600.; II V Saxon sal. County r'lofii-__, ..- _9 _PrIm. .... _end_ _HP_.!.. _Box.___. Prec._ ihHii] .en hunir around her kitchen i ii I.!'o: Lot :.M I\\oodlnwn l See' I *li..HIM..' .*.'..dniit....I. .on.f. 'the..0.. flint.l.nu > i iI "
$18.00, E. W. Hayes n r 14 'r.|>. 6 S. It 22 Jo!., containing i I ii j;; ";i\; : i :' I i, i,
sewing room urn., $30.00: Mallory Thomas No 7, $13.20; Henry Gibson, Dep'thcrlff j'i table until she chased them away I lOA,''''*, mole or I..HH. :I 4lh of: July: IliaI I I|i, I I I r .
'ml County Com. $30.00; J. M. Piec No.7, $6.00; W. C. I with some such refrain, as: 'Clear I The taxes tn l I.e olil are ..VlclPII.p.11 I (OFl-'K'lAL Hated" IhlH SEAL; 4lh duv) of !( I !
I hy leltlflciite NCIH Uim) anti 210 oC I ,
.1 foxier, sal County Com, $30.00 No. 6 & Del. out of There's time for A. J. THOMAS. ",
; Prec. my way.
Collins Clerk 19:10: antI l'U4: tlvelv, and >oiiMnt
':'JO\' \ i>i( M( \1' i i efi>et : r I I I '! ,
T D Dyal Sal. County Com. Pox $7.00; J V. Edwards, Sr., vi,ik and time fur play! Take the unpaid; I taxes for the Cldk Tttndfoid nf, Cllctlll(Countv' { u ,
I II vcniH l'H"i to I l'K8: both lii,. luet ,
KINCSLEY Im.\11: vu I
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$30.00; A. O Andieu 1 day with Clerk Prec. No. 8 & Del. Box, your dough and run. child I'un, or amounting to $36.D9. 6-10-41-7-1. I I I '

I I'oriiitrlr "Mrlcklnnira) ""o. Com, $4.00; Jack Wynn ser $010.! ; R. E Hazen. Ins. Prec No. I cun't get my cooking done !" Said tux ceitiricuteH together with IN tun'iir' (01 ii'r I r
vices $900 Earnest sal. Dr Louise bureau chief all I HiitiHtMiuent: tuI I t t :1li'' Levied i-OHi t'OI "'I'\-, (
.. ; Byrd 8, $750; W. H Hurrell Ins. Prec Stanley tHen :nil) he Hnld to: highest '

.s, ; tnnltor one month $40.00; N. D.Vnlnwrlglit I No 8. $7.50: R *. Thomas Ins. had this explanation for the hired bldilei' nt the Com.thoiiMe door In I HIRAM IN.:. FOUTNKH tlIt'lhty: I ,i ,

*_ \ Sr., sal Suprv. of I I Hrec No 8. $7.50: L. R. Gainey.I j I girl's disappearance: "The importance at Stark" 11.00: on o'clock the IK A.city MImte.l t. of July 1938. I :: VHV.VVin ,, j ,

RCK one month $3000; C. A. Clerk Prec. No 8. $7.50; J. V. Edwards of "our hired girl" in the living this the lltli day of June. MAE LEW.(',\SI'1 nl '
Tnlght, Commissions on Taxes j:i I Jr. Ins. PI'ec. No. 8. $750; patterns of village families has 1535.OFFICIAL( SEAL) !i OIlU..:.. OF PI'lll.ll'.\' I I
: i
'-ol. $73.38, Harper's Service Station -i Curtis Melvin Dep. Sheriff Prec. decreased as services of commercial I A. J. llloMAS TIlE. !STATIJ NO IK: !OF'! 10'I.UHID.TO A"'I'11 u I. u | I ,

gasoline WPA Nurse Prj., I,I No.8, $7.50; G H. Pearce. Clerk bakeries and laundries have Clerk, of I'll County'cult ,Court 1"lo'hl"ofHmdfrtid M.I 1-HSON: ii A e"hra'e"'U.. I | u | .
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$1500: ; C. A. Knight, postage paid i,i Piec No 1 & Del. Box $720, A. Incteased, as canneries and garment 617U: -7.t. I i I 'THII. % DII ",'.II.f.t.'ti-'I1I:01{( :: ) : i>: ; i I i ;,

$33.16; Florida Power & Light Co., A. Hailey. Ins. Prec No.1. $6.50: factories have grown, and as LANDS. : !' SITl'ATH IN ,I i ,
1% ( ,
'l'I '
Lights Fanner's Maiket. $2.82; I 1 J. A. Howe. Ins. Prec No 1; $6.rsO; |I labor-saving devices have come .I'I'I);eLI".t': : :: :OII>- I II IIIVTY.TIlM M
Or. W. E. Middleton, clinic $3.00; i Carl F. Carter, Ins. Prec No.1; Into the home. I nnh'STATH'I:'V. Kl.OIIIIM. IN, I'lCOIItlM.iv I the; Nolth: IIB7 feet ';of .:; I ; r rI ,,.') ,

t<>\l>l>ll\(i IIblIU Mrs. Fay GUI\ Clinic, $14.00; Cano'a -, $650.; A. H. McRae, Ins. Prec. No. "Then, too, many a homemaker OP n 8. HUMPHRBVIM I 8RH"'f Nll'or of NW SWV'/,, all,, ,mid In '

FI"IIIN<. It \NflN4.noun Pharmacy. Clinic. $4.10; J. II I 12; $800; W. E Thornton, Ins. I would rather spend for a car and I DI1.t\l-'fol! t'I'II> .1, '\ O'FIt''lSOTTC'F I I _Knxl'.'>,. '.I'ownHhlp 8 S'liitli., : : I ij

'' I>INNIH"I Fields Court House Repulis Piec No.2. $800; Tate G AII widen her social contacts than to : I IlKltCHY. (JIVES that 'OlJ and ,
$1533: C. M Rltch Jail house repairs P. the titulei'Hlirneil will on the 26th I 'h" :rl"m': :: I ,
"A NICE PLACE | varez. Ins. Prec No. 2, $8.00; i| spend money for a maid If It only flay of Jlllv. A 11H, present to 'utI'e 1 that I lh" i, i'
$9.05; Green Store, orders Prec. No.3. $7.00 I the Honorable g."ln Fortner haa filed a )" .
I i Gannett, Inc. means leisure to sit on the front t Jliilxe of ,. imiiluint In the nh"- ( I [ "
FOll NICE PEOPLE"t for Mrs. Jones. $5' .00; State Tuber- No.3. ti'adrrI, I ounty. Florida hiii. flnnlflurn ( I I i I
,IR. L. Thomas. Ins. Prec. 'porch and watch the neighbors I account and vouthem aH Admlnlxtrator cnuxe nicalnnt you and I,, I'"

culosis San., Hos Exp., Mrs. W. i $7.00; R. F. Demorest Ins. PrecNo j I ride by." I cum tefltnmento. nnnexol Annie nd Jean Mae I..Lee.... ,mlnori a' Idow.. In. I I ,

L. Bugg $28.82; Bradford County I 3. $7.00; L. C. Smith Clerk The bureau found hired girls l honlK nnn, Deceased of the I.Estate and of at H unldline aHumphrey 'he. relief aouirht la to : i I 'i

ACKSONVILLE'S'J"LEADING Tel, Job Printing, $181.75; StarkeIce Piec. No. 4 & Del. Box $7.00; W. I practically extinct In New Eng- then and there. make appllcntlon .i anted DM tlrm. by the plillntlff title, to Hale to ) '. I i' ,

/ Company, Ice used In Ct. r:. McEver, Ins. Prec No. 4, $6.00; land and Pacific coast villages; In to the of said his adminlHtratlon Judge for a finalHettlement of Floe M .Fredrlkaaon. aa / '. i ,.'

House. $6.75; T. T. Blackburn Carl Jones, Ins. Prec. No. 4, $6.00; Mid-Atlantic Midwest, Great .nld estate and for an order dls feaalhle fee almple title, I
rfPTHE Y49yMILNOIsTE Intetent and ,
Clerk Prec. No.1 & Ret. Box Sheriff Prec J "MurirlnK him an Much AdminIstratortastalnento your. claim, !:" ,,
Wesley Dyal Dep. Plains and Rocky Mountain areas. "n in annexo de bonlo : me h of vou. In said landa.
$8.70; J. S. Austin Ins. Prec No. I No. 4, $6.00; H. B. Wiggins Clerk she was tare but In southeastern non. UK TO a RKQflKIO i lulid upon, YOU such title I : 1 $8.00 H C. Ins. Prec. I Unfed. thin, the 19th day 'of May AND I I !
; Harley. '
Del. $6.70
Piec. No. 3 & Box ; villages she was still to be found A D 1""18. YOU to appear In aald (' ) I,

No.1, $8.00; James Rosier, Ins. j i W Rahme Jr. : Ins. Prec No. 5, r In generous numbers. Stuart i HERMAN H WHIDHAM. said 4th, 1118 Court at In the office of' 'I ". i

AHDII1 Prec. No. 1. $8.00, A. C. Pearce I I S6.00; G. P. Wadsworth, Jr., Ins. Daily News.SUNNY. AN Administrator rum textamentnannexn otherwise the allegatIons Starke.. ; i ,,i ",
de honl non of the Estateof '
Inn Prec. ...0. 1, $8.00, R. A. :!'Piec. No. 5, $6.00; T. J. Perry. Ins. H S. Humphrey, Oeceaned of complaint will be ,
I feaaed
Blanchard, In... Prec. No. 1, $8.00; M. M. Matchett I 1-27-11-7-23. by you. The I ; ; i
!: Prec. No. 5, $6.00, BROOK FARM : .. ty Telegraph la hereby < ...
C Whitehead, Dep. Sheriff 2 :| Dep. Sheriff Prec. No. :5, $6.00; NOTK OFFOR 'PPT.U' '''''0'\1 ia the duly qualified ",.. ;
R. Cor.
Mra. Floyd Crosby. which this Order and
Prim. Prec. No.1, $14.50 J. F.lckllter : TAX KKU I <
; i, Thointon Johns Ins. Prec. No. 6, pear shell. be published. .
I SCenste Rill M 10VOTIfK :" : J
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i< Clerk Prec. No.2. W. Ins. Prec. No. week for four .
$600; A. Blown, :: IS HRRKBY OIVEN. That
Mrs. W W. Underhill and children -;
$1000; J. L. Anderson Ins. Piec D. Hunter Ins. Prec. .1. C. Joneff. holder. of 4/17 of Tax. next prior to July 4th. (
Roy .
$600 flesh hand
; and
AIR CODITONvfl'JQY of St. Petersburg and Mrs. "ertlflcnte No 851. limned the 7th my
No 2, $1000; R. A. Newsom, In*. Htarke. Bradford County ..
No. 6, $6.00; D. J Phillips. Dep. !Ie. Sullivan, of Theresa: weie recent lay of August A. D. 1933. haG filed thla June I. 193$.
Prec. No 2, $10.00; Chas A. Darby : !Fherlff: Prec. No. 6. $6.00; G. W. | visitors of their brother-ln- annie In mr office and ha. made (OFFICIAL SEAL)
application for a tax deed to be tunned -
I Clerk Prec No. 3; $7.00; H. L. .\ndl'ewsI1s.. Piec No. 7, $6.00; law and sister Mr. and Mis thereon Said certificate embraces Clerk A. J.of THOMAS,
the circuit
Norm! Ins. Prec. No. 2, $10.00; N. G Moody Ins. Prec No.7. i Floyd Crosby. the following" describe property Bradford County '

I.. D. Green, Ing Prec. No.2. I John McNeal Dep. Sheriff In the County of Bradford Knight & Knight Mtaike.
$6.00, G. ]',of. Bennett left last Tuesdayfor state of Florida to-wit: .
I Attorneys for .
$10.00; F. A. Scott Ins. & Clerk Prec No.7. $6.00; O. C. Kelly Tavares to make his home for I.otx 4A & St In Woo II
Township S South flange 22
""lerk Prec No. 8 & Del. Box a while. Haul containing 20 Acre, more
.1 I NO'I'U': OF APIM.IC *' I
TRAIN' sCIIEIIULE 8.00; C. A. Crosby. Ins. Prec. No. MI' and Mrs. Floyd Crosby entertained or I..HH., TtX I>KKISenate : >
I The anHemimen of the said property i iNOTU'F.
i $6.00; I. S. Fowler. Ins. Prec. last Sunday with a biith- under. the Mali certificate 1 InMtied < Illll No. l
Schedule of trains a 1'1:ling here IS HEItKHY (I1\' ,
II I .s'o. 8, $6.00; E. T. Stewart, Ins. I Jay dinner honoring her father, G. wn.. In the name of Unknown T' J. Alderman, holder of
I daily Subject to change without I'nl""" Raid certificate shall be redeemed tificated : : i I
notice.. Prec No.8. $6.00; Ca I'1'01 Atkln- ti. Bennett on his sixty-sixth 1 according to law the property Issued July Numbered 6. 1925. resI't', of
StarkeNo. on. Dep. Sheriff Prec No. 8, $6.00. birthday anniversary Those who dexrrlhtMl therein will be Mold July 8. 1925, 616 (issued :
Southbound-Due "n the highest Milder at the court
Total $2.003.68. Grand Total $19- enjoyed the dinner were Mrs. Archibald and 1A8 Issued July 6.
suMMEiPcoMFORT 1-Local_______ 10:48: p. m. I hoime,. door on the first Monday In filed I aame :in my office: 1 :
987.77. Johns and son of Starke; 'II month of August. 1918, which lathe made application .
at this modern. 0 .ptool houl In the No. 107-Through____ 9:03: a. m. SI,... C. Sullivan and son of The- let lay of August 1 8.nnt..1 issued thereon Maid for tax. d.(

fcaoil of downtown lacluonvUte.! Every Northbound-Due Stnrke E K. Perryman Cost Co. Judge lessa.; Mis. L. M Henderson nn OFFICIAL this SBM.11th day) of June 193$ brace the following .... |

loom with tub asS shower. soft water.radio. No. 2-Local_______ 6:15: a. m. ouit $51.78.' ; T. Frank Landrum and A. J. THOMAS crOss in the County of
children. Mrs. Tom Green State of
.< Every b.d with tanerapruiv mat' 108 ____ 5.04: '"1., and fee $90.00; J. B. Rowe clerV of Circuit Court of Certificate Florida, to-wlt : I
No. Through p. No. 31
.... and Kiank Hendeison all of Jasper; Rradford "" ,
readlnv tamp. Bunnlaf Ice ISi-inch m'l juurd at jail and laundry $32.rsOV. ; I County, Florida east Quarter of Northwest
and \\annee
water en every Door.POPULAR. StjrUa JViiu Beulah Kelly, Mrs. A. S. 1-17-St 7-15 & Northwest Quarter of /
No 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m ').'. \ B. Parks Co. Physician Quarter of
PRICED Cio.by. MI' and Mis. J. R. Kelly NO'ri('H OF 'PPI.If'\T.O'\l Northeast :'
com AIL LOUNGE asS COFFEE SHC.POi Nr-. 10i arrive Starke r.fiO: p. m I 'ml one mo., $8.31; A. O. Andreu I I and baby, H B. Kelly Lonnie FOil Tt\ "":Ii:.. lion East 18 Township 7 Month /

f i. tHOTIl OU"I Hot.'. Dally except Sunday oat bills\ $249.54' Marcus C. Fagg ', Ciawtoid and Miss Carrie Alvarez ; f ennle ISHBRKBYCIIVnN.HIM "5... 1q13)flTllE That lexafcj. containing 50 Acres,

CATTle w MOTIt OtiOTOha Seaboard Airline Railway. x>ai'd Alvin Robinson two mo., 'I.V M'tweli'V. holder of of Certificate No. 32, :
Miss Tax Certificate
MLss Nona Brown and -
..... '
< ... I._.". W'i of NW'4 & South
Store No. ,
Drug 854 IxHlied the
.- T J GRIFFIN Agint. I oOOO; Caipenter's 7th day Southeast .
have thr
- - I Nelta Kelly: who spent 'if AiiKiiHt. A. n. 1411 nan filed Quarter of
iiediclne for jail. $4:CO> ; A. O. Quarter Section 17
-- past week in Plant City and Tampa '"" in mv office and hAM made application
t Andieu feeding prisoners. $14 .60; returned home taut Friday. '( for a tax deed. to be iMHiiedthereon South 60 Acres Range, more/ or 21 less East, ;

total $612.26. Grand Total $-1.- The Intermediate B. Y. P U. the following; Raid' dencrlheii certificate: I property embracea In I Certificate No. 616

075' .33. enjoyed a swimming party and the County nf Bradford State of C -,.
RODEOORANGE Florida, to-wlt:
.\Krif ulturul Fund weiner roast at Hampton lake last Tots 49 & 04 In Woodlawn Sec.

T. 1<:. McClune Jr., salary Coun- Catuiday night. Mr and Mrs. J It Tp. 5. S. K 22 N., containing I ISmith's I
20' AcreM more or leH8.
.y Agent $75: 00.Widow's. R. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus The aHMeeHinent" of the unit property For Expert Repairing !

PARK DOG TRACK Pension Conner were chaperones. Mr. KellyIs Hiied was under In the the mild name certificate of Unknown.IH-

leader of the Y. P U .
C R Cooper allowance $32.00. H. I'nlenft said certificate' shall be re- ,

'Total I 3200. Grand Total. $1- -- --. ------. deemed. accoritlnar to law the property -
JULY 4THStarting Boors BY'S !3FjtcJ, dencrlheil. therein will be Bold
320 00. to the highest bidder at the court :
Race Truck !Mist Effie Crawford, Cor. house door on the first Monday In Garage
the month of August 1918. which lathe
3:00 P. M.Don't Florida Bank at Starke \'t Race lot day of AiiRuat 1118

at : 'tack Money for School. 100000. Preston Beckham of Hawthorne (OFFICIAL Hated Ibis 8KAI.11th day) of June, 193D. "

Total 100000. Grand Total $13- Is spending some time here with A. J. THOMAS. Phone 120

l 12558.' his cousin. Robert Rosier. Clerk of Circuit (Com of
Tlrndford County. "Florida
Miss This! --.-- Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johns of -17.5t7-15. Wrecker Service
; Day or Night
BRANCH Plant CIty. Is visiting his parents.Mr. - -
GUM 'eoritE OK
I ADMISSION : and Mrs. Bartley Johns. Tix sppv.u't'rio-ep'nn hEFt)
Annie Mae Harnage Cor. Mrs C. E. Crawford and sons
Children 25c Adults SOc Junior and Edwin are visiting < NOTICK W HIcItERY ClIVI'S. That ---
1 W TTnliertu holder! of Tat Certificate
J. A. Harnage and children lends and relatives In WorthIngton No. 418. tunned. the 6th day ,

SPONSORED KY SAUNDERS BROS. Geialdlne and Lillle and W. H.arter Springs this week of September A. n i"I'1; has fllert !
mme in mv office ,,, made
spent putt of last week in Miss Juanita Hilliard, of Wood- .tllcatlon$ for A tax. deed. to he ap-

CTmutilla visiting relatives. lawn. spent the week-end herewith 'med. thereon. Sold certificate "1"1
r bracea the following described
Mlia Dorothy Norman returned her sister and brother-in-law. ertv In the (ounty" of Bradford.prop.

WilY LOSE WHEN YOU CAN GETBARRY'S home Saturday afternoon after a MI'. and Mrs. J. B. Gaakina State nt Florida to-wit:

,I 'eeK's visit with relatives In Jack- A large crowd from this section l.ota Pavla Eight& Triihv'a, ,Nine Add of Block to Htarke Two.

SCREW WORM KILLER .tonville attended at New River In Northeast. Corn-r of Mouth-
cunt Quarter of Nor'hwent
Miss Elizabeth Harnage of Sunday. Quarter West of Ry, Sec. 21
AND Umatllla is speeding part of this Miss Alma Johns of Jacksonville Townnhln 6 Smith' Range 23

week here with her father J. A. spent Sunday here with Miss The Faat.
assessment nf the saId prop 'J{
FLY REPELLENT"HEALING larnage and family. Effie Crawford. TIV under the said certificate 1 IsstIeI .

Miss Ella Mae Sapp returned Mr and Mrs. Bartley Johns of TruhyI'nlena.was In the name of J. M -

TO TilE WOUND" home Sunday afternoon, after a this section were visitors to Live said certIficate ahflll he re
deemed acc.>rdln. to law, the
( week's visit with relative in OakS Tuesday.Mr. r prop-

; Nothing Else Needed With This Preparation rack.on\llle. and Mrs. Robert Crawford. to irty the deacrlbed hlKhent therein bidder at will the h.court sold

Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded. and W. R. and Earl Chemier were visitor at 'IOIIN.. door on the first Monday In
Charney YarbrougU the month of July
t You do not need to use Tar or other Preparations as Dixon of Wood lawn, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger's Sun the 4th div of lulv., 1118.l'l 18 which U

a dressing after treating Rudolph Chism Sunday afternoon.Mr. day afternoon, near Starke. .OFFICIM li-i'ed! thIs' 8KAMA 10th day of May 1918

I We Guarantee this:: Preparation to kill SCREW and Mn B. M. McRae and :. J THOMAS.Clerk 5-
of Pine were vlsit- NOTICE of (Circuit; Court of It
WORMS if used according to directions. timlly Bradford County. Florid '
f ng J. A. Harnage Sunday after- The registration books of '1-3-51-7-1.

Sold at Drug, Feed and Seed, and General Stores ,: ion the City of Starke will be open for .- --- TODAY
I 10"1f' OF 'PFLir*
Put Up By Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sipp and llt- the registration of electors from FOR T % 1 nF.F.1t'TIOV I'ofl I p

!lot daughter Selma spent last Friday July 15. 1938 to Saturday. (Senate Bill Mn Ifll: )

: SUWANEE DRUG COMPANY 1 1I eek In Plant City with relatives.Mr. August 13. 1938, Inclusive. Louise NO"'I"I'Bohn: 1 IS HKIth-BYOIVKN holder of Tax, That Cer.

and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough CARL JOHNS tificate Nn. SIt leaned the 7th
day. of .
Aug-ilnt A P 1111 Im"
,md sons left Monday night for a Registration Officer
filed name In
my and haa
I NEW EUnY, FLORIDA .l ,sit in Jacksonville. with Mrs. S. City of Starke. ,"n". application fur a tax deed to .
h. Issued thereon. A .
I J Miller 6-24-31-7-8.& emhracea the following Snld certificate described aruras.w

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NE 24, 1938
I n\v. 41 BRADFOnn rCHNTY TELEGRAPH.: .. !STAKKK... __n__! 1"1.111110' i->.._rir._n_! TURRIT.o ______.

,u'ru I 3rd, In thorn Th T" sea TavecIr. .

1 '1 v I [iiBlriictloii ol) NOTICE 1)rarrllllo5 ...... 'r II.A Ch"'f' & ('nuts 1 ", .1.,1/, .. 1e... 1' Il t 0" nor A 1'uute 1114It
,, Klorlda, h"reb) I
', ?, ,t" hu Iheeehareh 41''' I r :\\\1. of .511'1' 15 a 21 ]10 1'oknown 171i r 'W'' I.f Nq'I4 "tI'
.Id' 1111"' I .. :IH nl i i x,. 11'" r :A K'4 ot Nit & I'' 511' ::14 6 22 II n. I. BRit" .rr. J taiF

", I' ,""II gut, ,, Hrhoul District Null..e 1M h.'rpby r"IIIIwlllg '.....'. I SW I, fot 1'1'.2I4' or0 $);', & : "r SWI' or RF.1A &. Sy, '
the be lAnd.
.' ,,irt, (Bounty truitees for mulch thereof aN will nenessaryh to pay Ih" nnwunl edue1 tor .taxis or :t1I,4 I or StVS4 or HI:'4 18 II 21 30 Unknown __..______n ..19 "r I'FI', "t. NEW ox I A "
l: ,' ,mm, threa the en. and advertisingwlllpbeesuit the Hl1m" NR'It of RE\4 U II 11 40 D.t. Mo1114. __ _____ 1.110 "II H side W. of Ry __.. 84 II 12 III Unknown _n..____ .__ H.70
; huge tor au -
,rp'' ,: ," ,e, ) ot .luly A. 1). 1938. al the <1 hour al publb' tionronlMondsy. the 4th day l8; ,.r NW\4 & 8WSi of MW'14 nr MW'4 of MJCI4811 6 23 10 0.0. Coleman ____ ____ 2,21W

I4 1 I, ,'",' '. of holding Bald, 14.wese donor, the Ominly f Bradford uf 12 o'cItek In noon Rt the Court NW\4\ _. ____ _00 111 8 II 1:0 Jasper Brown ________ 8.89 -1 of N14 of NW',. of

3, ''I' .,,I' '', ?,!fl.wlng are appulnti Florida. the City ot Starke State of W'1I of NW'A ___ ---- ..a9 8 n 80 Mrs D. D. Warren _u__ \t.n N\Vti _ ____III II 23 lIS C. I. & 81. Dln.feldn __ 8.40

'Il',' Y'l All IV1y ot NW14 ot 8W'W'A NE' IIf NWS4. _u ___ I 8 n 40 Federal Land Dank__ 11.91KE'4

i I. Noiinannb :,1'rown n..r..n T..t' or 8 ot Uf- : t 7 n 8 d. S. Jones ___________ 1.81 of SRy4 of BEI4 _____ 6 6 II 10 O. L, Ktr..l' _________ 1.91
nb\' tier. V It S'v of N'
r ii tYhlt head A Inner 4 ('0.'. & Nib 1.r" S'4 1 of SE14 of AE"4 t Elia of SW"$ _ __ __ II 6 II 80 Jobnle t'1im.nh _____ 17.011

,\, ?' HeddlBh/ Sl?"( of SWU A WI of HKI ex 2 A In 8)2 Cor 1IF4! of SIi14' of W14 ?

I S\V'14 of HK"4 _at e 19 60 J. C. Harrell _______ 8.J5 Ik N'v or fo1W'. IIf IiE'4! __ II 7 21 811 n. S..innes---------. 9.Rftut loll" of KW1. of 8";'. e.E .
fl 816 of 8W/4' of NKli. ____ 1 7 19 20 J. C. Harrell ____ SF4 ;-_______ 6 7 21 80 n, E. Knight _________ 1429 6 A O..h_ II II II U Inn I\forrlll _________ 3.41
81,6 of NBV. & Nof\ n 1.97 NW" or N"4 '___n___ 6 7 21 40 Mrs ]Mary J't'"ver _____ 7.8t SE'7 II U 160 Jerome 'l'hll'lcb _____- 40.19

OF IOLKCTIONAY < tiE.,. .. 10 T 19 180 Mrs N. L. Knight ____ 20.27 511"3 A 1. ort of N"M ;W'. "or. of__NE'.. 8 1 21 to Unknown _____________ 7.34 SS4! or IOW',4 of NWS4 __ 8 6 U 20 Unknown _u__________ 4.81

'liT'I Ihe BKU of SEW .. or IV14 of $IV' & f A In BWCnr
va 10 7 19 NE'v of
: Instructionm for 40 Unknown ___n_______ 11.20 road &
Ik'I, pphll, ': NEVI of NK'4 & E14 of IOW'4 of NE'4 & 59114 I : ot of Nh'4 of 8W" &

'I'd, i uul)' herebY R..hool c"lI" Dls.0.l' an'l'tf" NWV4 of NIS'i .. .__ 11 7 19 60 Mrs Bula Harrt-11 ___ NE'y ex 7 A off 1'1 p1,1. 10 7 21 76 S. J. Prescott, EeL _n_ 22.11 Wlv of SE1. of 8W'4___ 8 6 II 102 Jerome 1'hh'"ch _______ 86.64
fheresea Nub School 8-W" of NWU\ & NW\i of 10.83 All 5W15 of NID'. & N'V',4 AI Eu of NWS' of SW% i iW

)"I' I ",ud., Hamplon ht'ld Hub July 6th! 8WV4 -_____11 7 19 80 !Mrs. N. L. Knight ___ of 82.1. N or Ity -__ iA 7 21 40 Oliver Slade! ________. 18.90 u}# road ._ _______IO 6 21 II Mn Allee l.nagtord _.._ 480
4 be 3 A In N\V '
trll'' \I'. Theressa I. School house SWI4 of RW% 11 7 19 40 UnKnown _______.___ 11.20 HW'4 Bounded'or of NF: of I li'I! of 81414! of IHV'4: ___11 6 II 20 C. V. tnirlewrlaht _____ 3.68

.", ,//0'h1i h'' the town of 8WV NWU of of NVdV W4 ... ________13 13 7 7 19 19 40 Unknown _-___--__.-_ 63(1 A' Rlnde ------- -by _1V u14 7 II 8 Oliver. Rade __________ 2.31 F.'fr of SW"' of NFJ'. __ _11 8 11 20 Irene E Rrnwn _______ 8.U

,d lIn" ,, liVermlna whether consolidate or KlJ of KKt4, of NWt4 1 6 20 20 40 Unknown Minnie__ _n Gibson 9." NF71. lit N" I. u__. ._.16 7 U 411 Annie H. (' _____-__ 8711 R'w' of f1'1 ." OfS1r \ 14 6 II 20 I. 14 Hob.ln _n_____ __ 7.11
N"T Henry & '
,; .. 1 shall '/ 1.03 NEI. or HE" ._ E'r of
imPlstll' SK'4: of NE'! < & K"j of .17 7 21 to Mre. Julia M. Rlce____ 1I.7f
I'' '., aton' UlBlrlct No. 2, to HK14 A NW4 of S13'42; NE'4 of HW'4 & N'. of NW' If 6 U 10 Wm lIfahlpr ________ __ 420
6 20
-nit determine 160 R. F. Merritt __ _____ 1156 N6AofNw"ofSW'.ofNE1' '
NI1I of of SK u SE'1 lit 8 A In NE Corof
.' ''hr'' fwllhegelto be BSBBSBkSi.V I'IW',4 % ex 5 ____111 6 U
i I A School & SW'4 of & SEt' II Mre J. n. nryan ___ _. 9416
\ dlelrlct Road u___ 2 6 20 ISCO R. F. Merrltt __ _____ REt: idly of "f _. __
d '. rid 'Holldatt'd! All IC'ii'! of KK'4! K of pub- n 3.89 of RE" ex In BtY NWS4 SEt. 16 8 II 20 IIIAry hinter ____ __ 8.76
ling two years Ther lic road Cor 7 166 Wm Thomas 26V'4 .;'" lit SW14 of NFa. 18 8 II ao hueenn ]L. Kinchen 2.6'
'h' ,; IO"I election will be: I NK'4 of NWV __ 11 12 6 6 20SW'4 20 Toe L. Dowllr ___n_ 10.1D \ of Rwli:::::_:_ : -J 7 n AO Wm Thnn'aa: : ::::::::: u Lots 1 I. 2, 8, t "t Florence

ann6THIREN i ; ; NW'4 of NWi' & N-<,! of- 40 Mack Shane .. ________ 16.51 N'v IIr SI':'. .23 7 21 80 'Vnl Slade ____________ 6.11 Fl. t'anova's HID In N''" ._17 6 II 120 Federal T.An.1 nank 3210
Sullivan S\"' or __ .17 8 II
: t. ,'llInd nf \V'I lor HW'". nt'NE" orS NW\o to Jerome Thlrsch ___ __ HU
,1, Horsey 8W14 NW" NWy. _&_13 6 20 60 O. 8. Thomas u_______ 5.48 \ '. ..r I."N7 23 7 2t 20 Joseph Melkllbura _n_ 80.114 NK'4: ot Nls" 18 8 II to Jerome Tlliraelt ___ 13.02.

'.1''''' Hwlndle SJIlv% of W'f. 13RKH 6 20 20 A "r :> ) or HFV. 211 7 21 26 Unknown _____________ 8.711 fo1'NE'-13ioy/3 IIr N'VI. of
IV Slhley 60 S. C. Crews ___n___. __ 18.84 N H .\ or NW'. of 52214 A __ 18 6 U 13 Lydia Tyson __. 7.0.
of N1CV & 1"4 A
i In
W-1/3 or .r NI '
A / NW'A 4kB43 -
," ''NH ; ixIA1nNECnr24
.f ex
I III I -itixon" Kit Cuv of NE'A of NEH 14NUj 6 20 41 o. 8. Thomas ___. ... __ 190 100 ft road right of A & NEy' fU

1' ,,'' swindle of HWi' E of river. ..21Kift 6 20 10 Empire Lumber Co. ___ 2.84 15 7 21 18 Mrs. AOdie Jackson ___ 8.08 II U 63 dad l Tyson ___n_______ 1.117
I i I I','rrYrI of SI3U -22 0 20 80 H. H. Johns ____u_____ 20.67 NWRY of Nlia ofNW'4ex2- IOE\4\ & SES4 of

I h> Mall HWiJ of HW'/4 ._23 6 20 40 R. S. Johns _____.n___ 10.51 'to& ft &. .x 6 A Lake 211 7 21 H n. D. Dyal _____ _____ 11.29 l.Et4, 00' 18 8 U 120 1'dlth: 1"1..1"s ___ 3211
Lots 1. 3 of Slit IB New N'4' or SW'A of & n NF/S4 ..r, RW'1 __ .18 6 sa to C. A. Perry _______. 2.97

I' River 23-24 A 20 Unknown _____..___ 201 S'{," rr 101'.. or NWII & N'tot tf r..F.lt Jo % ;. 1 '
-- NW14 of NWV4 _26NEV 6 20 40 R 8. Johns -__________ 10.61 Rte NS4 of of ,
.- : < of NWi' .- _27 6 20 40 1 K. L. Kelley _____n___ a.no 1011 : road NWS4. __x28 7 21 90 O. D. & Emily! Gay ___ 18.86 rued _00 __ __ .___ __2l II n 20 J.1', dwarde _nn__ 2111JII
10'1'11'2'I nf t4tI, ..1 OK TAX H'of 814 of S13'i _28 0 20 40 Unknown Uun___ 9.26 All NI''o4 "f NW'A E or A bog t20 tt N of St-J

I F111'1'IF'1l'A'rE.N' I NI','" & EVj: ,, of NWU & I road. ._ __ ______28 7 21 21 tIIra O. A. DuDuy __n_ 7.0. Coiof SW', of SW'i
\ ,11 i IIKKBUV written i NWW of HEY __29 0 20 280 f.. T>. Johns __ _______ ffl 86 5 A In SW 'or of N'V'4 of run N SIB ft, W 210 tf;
811111' '; ,: ,''. .riled with me NE>,4 of NE% -. -- 33 6 20 40 Unknown ____________ 18.28 NIVV of NWS4 S 315 ft, K 210 ft to beg
nor' I r.'oY"1
1 certificate* to- E. 8WV4 of SWVi & \ '
"1 I' ''h' la* 11221' In NE Cur & evl1s.t 51)ftN24Sby
44 i1 i, ,ill subsequent omitted. of SW'8_ 20 60 Alfred Thomas uun 11S5 MW'. or SV1'' _29 7 21 84 Unknown _____________ 17.07 116 fl K I lit W In UK Cur 11 6 11 2 Octo vi... Kllerion __.._ __ &..060Ii
.1.!" I x. held by the State be Eye of SEii _u _- 33 6 20 80 Brooker Tpt Co n_____ 18.28 NE'4 "t NE'i lose 16 A !\ '' of NBi4 of SEV4: A
'. ,,1 ,1d,, tola to the highest N" of NWI/ & 511114 of t\' ( .h..30 7 24 Wm. Thomae Wljj of SK'4 of: SW'/4.-21) 6 13 80 J. It Addlson'! ________ 14 59
J"00. ash as provided, by NW'4 & Nil of SW'' of N1y Or"'T; W 1-1:: R Wt' _: 30 7 it 20 Unknown ___:::::::::: 19tfro 9.112\ A In 8Ui4 of NWi see

1S/.K, nf the 1937 acts ofui.iat'in NW'i ____ u ___. .____84 6 20 IfiO Unknown ____ 2745 N' NWI' 7 It 80 Unknown _________ __ 10.1 deed record 40 page 127
hp' upon the following I'IF' ) ', -- __0___ n_ _______34 6 20 160 Lawrence Wiggins _n 2067 NF4 & -S\VS' of34 n for description", 21Ii 6 23 10 O. S. Bradley _____ __ 641
ie orrp" NI I, ,. .il 1 ;'Hlale In the County NWVi -___________u___ 3 7 20 IDA Lawrence Wiggins _n 2897 :NE'. N or River h __ 34 7 2t 1'nknown\ _____________ 1081RE14 A In NIV14 of sni4Biiundid n
ll; R ?,Iff nl State of Florida, toAll Lots I. 2 _nnU__ 7 7 20 160 n. T. Stewart __ __u__ 6729 nr HR'. _Un ._ __27 4 U 40 P. 11. Kannon _________ 8,99NW14 'S" by Jackson
f 8'4 of SV4, of Lots 7,, 8___. 7 7 20 40 T. C. Ilaaen __________ 18.28 or NE''I. ._ 34 t 22 40 K. C. KAnnon _________ M.III liind, thy: hard road N
IWI' if HRVi 8' of Branch NK'4 of NW4 & WV4 of WI'! IIr N&4 of NWI4 --_- 2 5 22 20 I'nnon M. Grlffle _____ 8.10 by land J. R. Alvarez 21 6 21 B Addl 1C. Iii-Huo ______ 15.19
l II I rj, II t 'S" K 20 E.. contaln- NW'i & 8EVi of NWVi ions 2:1.: 24, 25. 2e In Wt. of lllk 3 H of R 81'
Br I'' V, i--s- "more or ltBBThr ex about 3 A E of public I Wondlawn n_ 10 8 U 411 Teter Jorwone _____ 8.87 F 'y of Hlk 8 H of R
'ittf -ax. I"' be sold are evidenced road & NEVi: of 8WVi Lot 31 'Vo"lI/Lwn U 8 aa 10 Unknown ___n_______ 1.98 4 W" In Temples Hub
:Hi i ex 1 A In "E Cor_ ___ 1 7 20 196 Mrs Alma Shaw ___n_ 7295 Eu, lit tVS9 ot H'V'" ot lily . 21 6 22 10 John Covlngton ______ 817
,"T -Ipe IveIYaendBrepreePntnod' Lottly of IIIk 1 Ward NE'. n_ .__ ____ u 12 8 23 10 Elliott: Knlwht ________ 860 W'd of Itlk I H of R a WexIAInN14or&E'y
,jttimld taxed for the years 1930 __ __uuu_ --- 8 7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward ______ 1.64 514;' IIr I'IVI4 of N\\'I,. ____12 6 22 20 unknown! __uu_______ 810 !
o:93R i : b"'ih Inclusive amounting Lot 3 ot Rlk 91'ard l.rds 61. fi3 In 'Voolh'n A3 6 2.2 20 Chas. A. Rhodes ______ 8.10 of Klk I S of It 3V In
'* (.lty ___ _____ -___ 8 7 20 Mrs. E. J. Ward ___n_ 114 Lots I. 2, 7. 8 III 'Vood- Temples Sub Dlv) -21 0 12 9 n. I. Lloyd __________ 1S.1I
'O' & ""I 15W not NW'4 Ik Luis I, 2 .f Hlk 10 Ward lawn u_ _______ h 14 II 22 .0 Davll Rickert ________ 8,405'q I Lot 4, 5. H, 9 of Blk
''IIV Sei 11 T|). 6 8. 1'IIlng \. I City ______ _. 00_ ; -_ 8 7 20 Mrs. T. P. Ward __un 2.G.I of Lots 3. 4 & all Lots 1, PinvuhurBt Development
q',, i", 100 An"". Lot II ot Dlk 11 Ward 11, II; In Woodlawn 14 II 22 30 Unknown __ _____n____ 1I.85 21 8 12 Hal Edwards ________ ..80
Clly __ 8 7 20 M P. Matheny ________ 1.64 Loa 11. 16. 32 In 'Vnml- I SUj of K13'4 of 8W'/i of
T) ,in, ,iii9oM Are evidenced Lot 12 of Dlk II Ward lawn 15 II U 30 D. I.. IU..sby __________ 8.40 KW't I.-HB W 2 A 22 6 22 8 3. K. Conway ________ 2.81
I I Nns 20 and 55 ofI l'ltv. 8 7 20Laity Mrs. T. P. Ward ___n_ 1.U Lots' "I 1. 22. 27. 28 InWomllnw'n WLj of NI'Y.. of NEVi.--, 6 23 16 O. T. New Horn _____ ____ 2.6
'I i i. ipei-tlvely, and I rep I or Rik 18 Ward III 8 n to .To.t')1hI1l8 Corkins ____ .87 W'i of NW''. of NI-Hi &
:u.tid,, : tuxes for the .7. 8 7 20 Mri. T. P. Ward ______ 2.53 T.ot 25 III Wo."lInwlI III II 22 JO Stanley run<1nge _____ t.27 SE'4 of NW'i of NE',4N'.j 82 6 22 30 P. A. Johnnsnn .__n_ 4.06
: i 't'CS.':: both Inclusive T."to 6' II uf Blk 12 Wllrd Lots I6. r.H, r,9. III 'Voml- of 5(1'19> of NKk4NV .23 6 .3 20 Daniel I-ieltorman I.U

"I, 4201, .u. City u_ _. 8 7 20 Mr. V. J. Ward ___n_ 2.18 lawn 15 II 23 ao H. N. Abraham _______ 12.23 t of NW'i .23 6 22 40 T.I./: William* __ u___- 14 29
..f NEW Ex. 2 A L 8 of Blk 13 Ward 1.01. 56. 51 In Wnodlllwn III II 23 qO U. N. Abraham uu___ 3.39 All WVi of NE'. of 8E',4 N
i \, \: W'I. of NH'i KKl :" (//ty' 1 7 20 Unknown _____u____ .....67 8'y of: I.ot U In Wnotl1aw of rand .. -_28l 6 22 11 J. Q. Boyd ____u__ 6.16
l I'or Sec., 14 Tp 6iMiilnlng T" \ 12 of 111k"13Vartl __ 16 II 23 5 Sincloir 1Ilo.ely ____ .__ 3,06Lot. l: d A <>r n n morn triangle
I. 76 Acree, \rlI: 8 7 20 Lonnla L. Parker __- 13.an/ 'I5 38 45' 40. 53 AIIn hi'I me nil of HI.. of 810 Vi
Lotc A Rlk I Ward: : 1Vuodlawn; :_ _18 II 22 GO 11ft. n. 1".llIna ________ 9.7 of H\V'i N of roiid23 6 22 6 Mr! Dora Sullivan 4.66
l lTfl City' !!__!_ .I 8 7 20 Mrs T. P. Ward ___n_ 8.41 Lots' t'l. &U, 113. tI4 In That, polll.-n of tI\\1/. of
tv ,tn ,bi sold are evidenced Lots 4 8 or 111k 14 Ward \\'no.llawn _____16 II 22 411 H. N. Abraham _______ 7,61 HF:;' A SWVi of SEVi of J
", V'10' and :32 of 1'I31l CItY ,_ :. 8 7 20 Mrs H.. J. Ward __n__ 8.43LOCI"lly'3. Lot fi& In Womlh'WII .__ 17 5 22 10 8tatllda Nelson _______ 977 SHiJ: Rot rand 48 23 6 22 20 Ernest Wunderllch ._ 7.97
I I I i I"["n.dviMv. and represent 4 "f Elk 16 Ward Lot' 5 III WonlllIwlI ___ .18 5 23 10 ,1. C. I'rlnll'lo ---------- 6.81 W 111 A of NMI of KE%
h ii, i"I I -u\. for the amountin8* _on' --- __ 8 7 20 W. D. Mallbure------- 485 II 6 22 CO Bank ot Iarle ____-__ 8.20IIIVt At N fi, A of WIN of 8W/4
,'0, i ''h ,tit.-hiBlve, Lott 7 of EIk 1b Ward AntnnII I t il9Voplla 0X18 I of S.3i| ( N of rond 48-__ 24 6 22 21 Chas. E. Wlncliell __ 11.41

10 i 11 Z'I I i iii. I> cHy -_ 8 7 20 Laura E. Baxter ______ 1.04 : of 1 'illaIlW3ot? All KWV4. of RE12 A KVs' of
'.-. I I.. ,in 4, 5 of Blk 24 New ll of Rtk 16 Ward __ .--_. __-ts II 22 :20! I. M. ur'hee" _n_____ '.17 S-i,4; of sw, H of roail, 24 6 23 87 !Maggie Hamilton __ __ 1469
K'' of NEVi :!>":. 23 LOtilO.: -_------_- -- -- 8 7 20 Unknown ____________ 1412 SIexf Lot 23 & all Lot NK'4' ___ __-2fi 6 22 160 Chas. J. Johnson __n_ 45.03
': n "I t N'WVi Sec. 24 Tp. 6t lOot- Hlk 16 Ward fn Wondhtwn:: __ _OU 5 22 15 n. N. Crawford ______ 811R of NE'4 __ _____26 6 21 80 Ernest Wllllilerlli-h 18 II
I ITI I L1r!lly 8 7 20 Lonnle L. Parker ___n_ 966 Lot 2U In \Vu.lIl1wn, _._ 18 6 22 10 Unknown __ _______ t27lul. NEl4 I of NW >\.4 26 8 21 40 I. l4. A Mae Jordon _. 4.86
t I b>, told 1 are evidenced Lots 4 12,18 of 14.19 In WondlllwlI 19 6 23 20 A. C. 'armlchRe1 ______ 8.14 W 4(1( rt ofN105rteafhy 1
"r Nay 18 and, 88 of 1931 Ulk li82VI\ .1 City' _ 8 7 20 M. O. ItarreUII. ________ 7.88 Lots 15. 17. 83 InVood- of NW'i' of, SEVi ofNIIJ
''I II' and Lcis 8. 8 of Rlk 20, lawn d. .19 6 23 80 Derry E. Rosier ______ 10.18 _. 28 6 21 Rogers Dattla ________ ..31
lively represent
'.c ,, ''I"I .IN' i >. for the years 1930 I I11 IJ tI'nrd 61'lly __- --- ---- -- I 7 20 P. dalneyQ. _________ 5.20 Lots 22. 27. 38 In WoodL Com nt NE Cor of Call &
I1 .'Inslve Lot A ot IJlle 23V'ard' law 5 2Z 30V.. LL Roster ___u___ 10.18 Church SI & run 10 275
I \ "n" amounting; Lo119
| l ;r/ty/ _. _- 8 7 20 H. Parker __:______ 7.05 10: 37 & -ES' uf rl, N 841 ft for a pt of '
'vsALSO Lois, 4 9 or Blk 22 89 & NS4! of Tote 43. 44 beg, thence run K 210 ft,
Lot I of Blk 25 New CilyImta !' 8 7 20 .Ira Ozena Godwin ___ 1.84Ptrd & I'PV ot Lot 61 In thence 8 75 ft, W 210 ft.
IllVfl' ,m E>4 of NEVi of 8!"c. 5 11 0 Blk 1 --22---Ward--- '\' ", _____19 II 23 4tI fre' O. "nrvey ------ 686 N 75 ft to beg ___ 28 6 21 V. B. Harrell _________ 6.B6

13. It WV\ of NWVi Heu. 24 Tp. C'l1Y !_ -_ -- 8 7 20 W. W. Ward _________ 1.64 Lot 2t In Womllawn __ _20 II 22 10 H..rry E. Rosler ______ 3,501I'14 I Lots I. 3 of lllk 16 Original -
i: j" i Ii. L.nt 12 --of Elk 22 Ward of Loot 33 In WuolNE'l' Town (It' Starke 28 6 21 F. F. Stump __-.,-___- 36.84

Thi, 'ax.,. ,io be sold are evidencedbf -- __ 8 7 20 Laura E. Baxter _____ 1.64 III WII ____ .____ ___20 6 22 1Mra N. ____ 2 01SI' Com _n ft 8 In W of SB!
rrtirifate Nos. 19 and 89 of 1131 Blk City --ex-. Got- 7 Ward !. of : <\ __ U II 40 11. N. AbrahamoY.___ 12.21NW1. for ot Lot H of lllk 16 & ,

414 1 193.1 respectively( and represent CItY- --- 8 7 20 Unknown _________-__ '.20 or NWW&v'4! '. of runN105fL I w II.VI, ft, "
| Uit" itipiiUI' taxes for the years 1D301'itli Heir at -SW -Cor i-SWViot e.f :NN'vL.f NWI" __ _. .22 123 60)11 N. Abraham ______ 14.811 S lore rt to Call St., thenceK .
10 ,'11' inclusive amounting & E on Sea E'1I .f NJ4 of NWS4 lees : 22'ft to beg original ;
IiE'! run ,
| ,to I I2' Sb line 607 2-3 ft, thence N I Ant ___ __ 0022 8 22 19 C". t. &: 111. Dln"teltler 8.tO Town of Htnrke, 28 6 21 Bank of Slarke ______ (7.19
AUK! (i HU. of IOF.: '. of NWV4S to 8 boundary of Ward IOWI. NW',4 ____- 23 toV.. 0 Jlrowl! ________ 11.93 Beg at NW Cur of Call &
'''l I PI' 0 8. It. 20 E., con t'ItY. thence W 607 2-3 E'' of IIW'A of RE'. _____ 22 II 23 20 lJ D. Sullivan _________ 8.10 Walnut Sts & run W 140
.oln,ug,,, jo Acres, more or less rt, thence 8 to beg--__-- 8 7 20 S C A. Croshv ______ lO.ltft 2 A on N elde lOr NR'4 ofNE'4 ft 2 In for a t05otfl IIC-K\V et
Th "ItrI", 1m Hold are evidencedif of SE'i' ___ u___10 7 20 !0 LAwrene.Vlgaln.\ ___ 11.15 Rounded E by t them I run N .
,, mitt' .u., NOB 21 and 58 of Slt. of SE<4 & SEVi of Jane nyrd!, H k 1V by A.ht. 10 rt, s ion n, E 16 rt to
', 100 ft ofSw" itlanehnrl ____ 23 6 23 3 Joe Frigo ____________ 9.00 beg In HIU 17 Original'' '
10 :
II: I ''
I'" I A
I reaperllvely. nnd S\Vty _
rep- Starke 28 6 23 n. B; Knight ________ 23.61
".. ''h iinpald taxes for Ihe of SWVi ____-__-_11NWi 7 20 81 Unknown --_--------- 27.79 Lot 2 of Rlk 3, Town ofLawtey Town or ,. .
r 0.I'' '. I... I'l.tS! both inclusive / of 'IF'" ----- ------14 7 20 40 Unknown ___________ 14.71 W not lty .._ 23 II 23 n A. Grlftia _________ 1.16NIy Lot0oxN 10 rt ofW'4&'' ,
in "'I'tg i '' ,In, 871.31. HWl' of NW'i: 14 7 20 40 Hurley Shaw _________ 3.81 ot .ot 8 or Slit 7 N lOVii ft of Lot .

U:! -:"' I I7' .;.r NE'4 Cx NE'of NE'i of NP.I/4 N of&road All t SE'i; .:. 15 7 20 45 awrenee'Iggln. ___ 0.67 Town Ry _of_ Luwl"y W OfU 123 11'. n. Carrodlne ______ 2.8 !in HlarkB( original 'I'\\'n.: of 28 6 22 U.) 0. Livingston! _____ 82.84
MI 'Ih'1 l' Sec 22 Tp. 5 8. R. of NE'4 ofroad Lilt 4 of Elk 7, Town of Beg at SW Cur of land

,, I'I iitalnlntc, '. 70 Acres, RITof )l'M'; ex_ _: 5_A_ __:oJ. 15W' 7 20 85 Harley Shaw --------- .8.64 Lnwtey W "r nlvRlk 23 II 23 F. n. Carral1ln. ______ 24,27E'4 I Bold. to M ""H. '1'. "'. Long .

i ,Ii of NW -- --15 7 20 80 3. I,. Crosby __________ of Lots 1 I. 2 8 by R. J. Temple & run I oj *"
,in I... soitt are evidenced\ J\\ I----' 15 7 20 40 n. O Kelley __________ Town or 1..wl..y W of23 H degrees H 41 M :
't'" ,(f"" .it'' Nos 223 and 236 of H'VI"r.of NE"i:: - 16 7 20 80 i: L. Crosby __-_____ 4.8195 __ II 23Wiy W. C. Wootsn _____u__ 1&.n thence H II degrees W
I II' i of l l i : i I Hpectlvely.. and rep K'ii ef SEVi of SEi4lens ); / ot Lots I I. 2I.. aU.f.IL.r.vI. 234 ft, thence W 14 dn-
>" < 'tti ,unpaid, taxes: for the K: 14 A NBA __ 16NW 7 20 8 O. C, Kelley ____u____ 2.4J : 4 of ink I fRh Town green, H H2 fit hence N '
''wn\ > I"t 1938, both Inclusive, less un IAN .. W 23 II 23 W. C. Wooten ________ 8.10 1I I degl! '.r.-Hl.. 234 1 ft,
.oo' ,M, x I", ,, $203.60.: 4 17 7 20 .14 7V.. Hamilton ______ 26.60<< Lot 3 of nlk 22. Town of theni-e, degree >8
UM? \ i IcrAe of 8WV4 of H of 14 Ry.\ of NT3M of NHV4 21 1 20 14 O. C. Kelley __________ .... Irewty W or Rv h___ 23 II 22 O. J. 1'lIIl11p"/ _______ 2.28 TlnrtA 41 rt to In beg SWVi' Bounded. 28 6 22 Mr{, NtU 1C Kollman __ 27.88
M-' : ,, .f l I I NWVi Sec., 23 Tp. 6 8 All NW'4 of :o>Wex. B.23 20 21 O. C. Kelley 6.68 ro"I of y RIk w J2n0'-: _o_ 23 II 22 0, J, I'hllUI' ________ 8,63I N by J. U. Alvarea Add,
; iniitalnlng 4 Acres, ----------
AE'i -
,ll 12 ti 7 20 40 Unknown ____________ 8.37 I 1.0t I of nllt 2\ Town of 13 by Adams st It ex-
Hi NF4: ) "r SEY 23 7 20 20 W. U. Shaw __________ 2.13 Lan'ley' W or ny .. 23 II 23 0'0. F Young _______ 11.83 I letidfd H by Ity land &
I.1 I i," i.f ,Hold are evidenced'I of SF.14! not OEI/SV-j'---j Lots 2. 7. 8 of Elk 24. W by ,KluIIMI ..28Lots 6 21 Jae IAmb _.___.._____ 6.10
: I & .
N'.rH of
225 and 58 NEyI
K'i 'V of II 13 I.I.: 14 & I'-rncl
4.69 Town IIr LAwtey
U 7 20 J. C. Padgett
of l l w court 116 Mrs ----
"unpaid spec-lively taxes for and r the-pn NE" SW levs" "t N4! --- -- 24 7 20 20 D. D. Dyal ___________ 203 Ry 13 II 23 0.0. F. YOllnrt ________ 8.70 Lot In CiiokBey'H Add toKlnrku
.. :N' not -- ____ 8.00 HI" Lot &. Lnl. 2, Bounded. N by
I ," 24SWVi 7 20 40 Unknown ____-_ .nn"
'in I Ii.l8! : both Inclusive, S'.r; RE14 -- 11 ex h. C lot Call Ht. W by Buy St, a:
a'> '.I I wIg' tn 812 r.B. I W'j of NW' If & '; MnillBon St .28 6 81 U. O. Livingston _____ 105.40
1.17 I' Lot 3 Town ot I.aw- by
V.! -" :M'j' of NW'4 of NW, & of KW'iNW 2\ 7 20 80 W. U. Shaw __________ ,
; III The NKi' "of the followingdescribed
ld ot BY
SWI'I .r--nr S-o' try
:I 'f f :NWy4' of NW% & NVi! of <, 84, 25S'4 Socc-:3'24 6 23 L. It HIU ____________ 4 68 Clly Hlk'
'f I N \\ 8el.3 T,| 6 B. 25 & run 1? 415 Yds. of Lot 33. Town of Mounded N by St.,
'1 i: I 4.15 yds, N 111 naIAI
"I'r' ontalninar 60 Acres 440 y lH, W I.awtey FJ ot lty Sece W hy '''r H
'Hi I"HSii 440 vdB to pt of lieff-36 23. 34. 2fi:! .----- .26 II 23 Emma r Hill _______ 2.68 hv mill-on' St. & 10 by
,l\, in. he sold are evidenced'ttiri'.iti. A Also com at NW Cnrof I Lole 31. ::16. -38.- 39, tll .x Hay St 28 g II Unknown ___________ 11.71
"' E 490
]"JI ., NOB. 226 and 227 of Sec 25 run I A In 'IE' 'lOr lit Lot 35. Lot 2 of Blk 13, Living
1 '<1 -41 of 1914, and represent yds, '8" 440 yds for apt Town "r 1.l\wl..y 3 of ston. Tiuby A Co'. SubDivision
11. "ipalil( taxes for the years 1930to of beg, thence E 380 By In S..e 23. 2f. 25 __ 211 II 23 1.. U. Hilt ___________ 8.71 : 28 6 11 S. K. Kelley ____n__ 7.97
; 1'222'95''"''" 'inclusive' amounting yds, 8 880 yds W 380 of Lot 8e & I A In 1011' Cor lit Lots 3. 4 of Blk 17, Llv-

yds, N 880 yds to pt __ 23.17 .ot 85. Town "f LRWlpy InuHtnn, Truby & Co'*
ALSO Lots 3, 4, 5 '/ of beg, -72 A. 25 7 20 108''Lawrence Wiggins 10 of lay t In Hec.. 2J, Suh-DlvlBinn; .28 6 83 D. P. Pullum _________ 9.17j
glk J4 Town of Lawteyj of Com 100 'n8--v-- i- BEcor 26 _! :4:2G 6 u nobt Barr _______ 6,17Lnt Lot 3 of ilk 19 Livingston j
Y. Sec 23 Tp. 6 8. R. 22: E., 25 & run W 43 ex W I A Town ofLawtey Truby A Co' Nub'
I Iy The taxes", to be sold are evidenced 20 chnx9N 20 chns, J1 20 D of Ry Secs. Division; -- _- ._28 II Mose Jmham _______ 1.16

f*J Prts"rtirirnte,' Nos. 699, of 1913. and rhns, N 40 chns, 20chns. 20 23, 24, 26 !______ .28 II 23 T.. n. HII1 ___________ 1&8 Lot 4 nf Blk 1ge Livingston '
,, nt the unpaid taxes for the S 40 rhnsV Lot 69 Town ot Lawtey E Truby '" e' SubDivision -
::' :' 1932 10 1938. both Inclusive, chns, 8 20 coolt490eyde. of Ry I In 8e.s 23. 24. .e _- --- 18WVi 6 |J Lula Jones ._________ 6.21
ALSO ni log 10 i. 120 A, also 28 : __ 211 II U L. 1{. }[Ill ____________ 1.82 of Blk 40. Livingston
Iota 3, 4 of Blk 25 Town : NW Cor of 25
of E of 8r Corn on N line of liee.! 2a. 'rruby05 SubDivision -
5 8 Lawtev W Of Ry- Sec. 23 Tp. '* run S 440 yds, 380yils 60 ft F1 ot 1Iy rack & 18 ( II Unknown _____________ 2.44I'

Th taxes H M to E., N 440 yclH, W 380vds .2B 7 20 154 Unknown _____________ 2295 run E on .ald tine 1608 Lstun 7YUtyk24 I. Living-
1 I he sold are evidenced to DPR3A.! : ; ---- ft thence 11. parallel. Co'* Ad-. _
1'31"""flllcale' Nos. 233 and 700 of ofNNE14&-E''e-o. wlthlty 100* ft. thence dltlin to Htnrke .__21. U Llv.ne.ton ___ 1.7'
21 Rosier 8.631
"'d' '1933 Ny--i4 1 5 60 Mr J. S. ----
pectlvtly. and -- 3 I.lv-
rw,'"' rep W at right angles 1(00 l.nt" 6. 6. 7 utIlk ,
"a" the unpaid taxes for the I 8'(, nf NE'4 of NW"; & *.63 ft. thence N parallel Ingston Truby & Co'.
1":0" : 10 IqIM.: both Incluelve 'V', of SES4 of NW'4 -- 1 6 11 40 John E. Rosier ------- with Ity 532 (t to beg, AdIIII..n 10 Nlark" 28 8 II O. C. Livingston ______ 11..1

lnmmalug" 10 3123. of NE'/i'\ of NEy4 less 6 22 Bennett _________ 7.26 N 10 11,
.1161. One Lot F1-n, ______ ._ .0 S 21 30 Unknown ___________ 10.11 Nrr .. 2H: 24 --- 20 Troy Lotc h,6j IR'nh ik9jo LIvIngston
p. on State St.. 55 rood --- BE'l of NWVi ex 14 A In 18. 1 -
II. drItl, V hvy 100 ft E & W t,. Undivided Int In SV4 of5tVV4exlAbnNIVCor SB Cor 24 S 23 26 Unknownr: ------- 8.40 'I'ruby k Co'
ot 01 H F. Nolan, Town : NSJof191'4ofSWy4&S'A; Adclltlon to I"ark" _as II II J. U. Addison _______ 13.11
I I IItwtr v W or ny.. Sec. 23 Tp. : & ex also that portionN of NEH of 8W14 .__ 24 B 22 49 A. A. Annie ___________ 8.10 [ '.Iv-
Th S. R. 23 E.. I of County graded S'4 of 8WVJ of NF.:'.. & .ringsIon.i Trubyk&t Cu's
by "lax"H 10 he sold are evidenced I road running West to Nel* of NI'J": .., nf SW',4 25 S 22 89 Mamie Lou Edwards .. 840 A.hlltto" 10 Hlllrk" .a8 8 II Ma. Julia Ea.tman ___ &."

I.urr.,, ""I.IIt., ,, No 712 of 1933, and Suite Farm road_ &25 5 21 115 Mrs M. L. Walnrlght __ '.98 SE'/4 of NE4! of 8WV W Loot 4 ut Ulk 17, 1.lvlnlCHlun -
y'"r" ,II" unl'ald taxes for the SWVi of HEVi --- n- OR 5 21 Unknown _______________13.03NW'4 of road -25fK 5 22 J C. C. Murrajf 8 OSS 'I'rully & Co's Au.llIlun -
an" ,. I" 1.a8.! both Inclusive of NE'o4 --00 "' -- 40 >< of SWVi of SWV .5 22 111 O. 1. & M. 1.t11l8'f.ldo.4.27 In Starko 28 6 II Unknown. -------------_ 1.78
of 4
81,1"Iqg, 1 In 346.81. All I hat portion of 2I'4 5 A Com at a point ono ft Lat5 I. 2. 3, 4 "f Hlk 26.Llvlngaton .
Lot 411 In Woodlawn See. NWii of NWV4 A W 255ft W "rly track N Tru"y A.
le, T"tn0.5" :, H. n. 22 E.. containing nf lying Stof NRl/i ofNWVi line' of SE', of NW14 (0'$ AdlI"on to Stark. as II II Wm. C. Prather ______ ....

,,. more ur lass Lawteypublic run 8 parallel with Ry Lois It. U. 1:1.: 14 ot title

r.BrTI,""rllrt"III..."Inx.f1l to. 1':0.ho 14 are or evidenced 102 And I I I, NE' of road NWy4 A _SVi_ _of25 6 5 21 21 20 27 T.Mrs L.Lawrence Monk\ __n C,__Clem_____ 4.31 313 name ft,variation thence W 660 on ft. Co's 35, Llvlngaton Addltlon ,to Truhy Ntarke&38 6 II Wm. C. Prather _____ UO

Trer. 1ln! the 10 unpaid taxes: for the NU or sg'4 of NW'425 one '_____"__________ '..13I thence N at right I.oltr. fa 4, 5jll 6, id A f.Iving-90
." Ip31. both Inclusive, 1 21 H. C. Edwards 8.48 angles to N line of said of ,
mPnntinR/ B 20 Mr ---
Iu $20.19. F.'(, of SW'4 of SW'437 E on said line & Co's At!
40 thence
\I.a0 IJ WI I 8W\4, :imnTb: :: :38 L. L. Libby __________
I6. to ot Lot 17 & All Lotto SE'l of NES4 & all of beg A Starke _____ 1. $,97Lot.
31, .J2 "Wondlawn Hee. 31 fit NE'4 H or public road 32.49 \J'l I A or.IE bury t, II of Ulk 31. Llv
Tp. 6 S. IL _____81 B 11 140 J. H. Addlson ________ ex
E.. containing 811 & N' 0' 8EkS14E J Robinson A all NWVi Ing.ton Truby It Co'
Acres. % of II Unknown ____________ "
Tbe more or less. at 8W54 & Norman ____ 20.87 of NEVi W of Ry ex 8NSA Addition to Htarke11 1 I.
IOxu to he _________ _____29 B 11 80 Mr C. E. __.. 27.11 "
bI aolol are evidenced % __ 160 sold Ilufus Martin _.. 26 6 11 f5)t.: R. Schroder Lot t of Blk 3. Uava
.rUtlcal" __ ________33 5 21 40 Wm HolllngsworthB --- r. W. B.ddlneton ____
r.pr..nl No. 841 of 1933 and 5W44 of NE'4 81 20 Mr H. C. Edwards ____ 4.13 of BKi/4 of NWVi W Truby. Add to Ntarke __II I3 1W8
the unpaid taxes for the ,'. NW'4 ex6A24N',4 of Jones
,,1"ty" 1932 to 193M. both Incluelve *HE'i* oaf NEVi kNh'ESy484\ demon 4.53 8WV4 of Ry of NW'4 _--21 I sa 82 Ed Edwards _______ 12.53 LoJlt\Oc.t\ : dkHf..r. _____:1I 13 Unknown _____________ I."
10 "3.83. 1 _______ 35 S 21 80 W. C. ------- 8-" Wft of BtVp of Lots t. &, ex N II tt ot

AI.'o.W NW"of BIk4SofB3 undivided Int In Lnte1 NW'4 .. .- .. .... 27 I 22 IS 8. J. FUlch __________ 8n Addltlon
I I.. .; 11i lu A WVi of Lots 11. Idof ot RE'4- of SE'4 of Mrerk.Lda .Jonas_ -U 21 N. D. Walnwrl..ht ____ 18.$
I"-n"", 2Acree Sect TD 4 In Hellbron of H'4'ot Lot 3,
: al Blk 3.14 A WVi HKVt I. a 4
Walnrlght BE'4
2' __ 16SV4 S 21 Mr. M. U -- : oor
m'tnu' F .. 8WV4 OfUK AddlUon
containing 8 Acres. Springs KE'i A B'-i Ilichway tof8
taxeecto of NVi of NE''ex 1 Ain W A 8EV4 of SEW of Hlarke __ II N. D. Walnwrl..ht "___ 6.41

t/h.. he sold are evldencedryI'r NW Cor Ni4 of SV4 _____ '..09E HWii _._27 II 22 611 D. W Halter ________ 20.11 Lts 3, I of IIlk a, Highway .
'' eentalhe and ot NE'4 ______ .. _____ 1 8 11 "H. D. Qreen Com at NB- Cor of Sec 28A AcI.lIlnn to Ntark._:((9 S II N. J. Keen ____________ 7.11

-r unpaid6taxeaetor the of 8WS of 8E'4 Edwards 18.36 run W ltl!0 ft, H 1020 I', E1 uf Lot 3 of Slit I.'remplee .
> 1911 _____ 1 d U 80 Walter ------
, 10 1938. bothTHOMAS. Inclusive SE'4 ot 8hVSS4 ft, K 1629 ft, N 1020 ft A.ldltlon to
"nntina to U4.6.. I of 8E\4, ot NE% NS4of to beg .,-21 II 22 to J JL Shuford u_______ 1.99 I /Ilarke: p __ _81' II F. W' Buddlnaton __u_ t.50
'Ir-tol Ixz, certificate. together with NW'4 of 8E'A & NE'Aot ______ 7.89Svr 61 62 A EVi ot Lot 63 N10ft5inofLotS24all
aUhp'lu..nt omitted or Levied, 8Ete .___ ______ I 8 11 80 W. R. Hal.lop Loll:: Woodlawn, __ .29 II 22 25 F.d.ral Land Bank..__ 7.04 I (.<,1. 6. 7 Ulk 9 Temple.
kl66er, \\atlthe = "'Of8'A of _____ 1030 Lots 10. 11. 12, 21, 83,81 InIn Add to Slarke __ _11. II 1) E. Knlht ________ "..81Lole
1\\. Courthousee door III : r, ItNJ 4 __ 8 II 11 120 If. J. Kolllng Edwards ______ 13.03 Woodlawn 30 II 22 60 3. )f. Norman ________ 7.0& 6. 7 ot Hlk 11. Tempt. -
1 'k. q I the 24th.. day of June A."r.'J' NLt': ot NE\4, ____________11 II II 060 Walter lots IS. 17 A E'4 of Lot >+ .. Addition to HlarkeI' II Unknown _______ '.11
" : Thll : ].N nil yds It W as :yds of M. L. Lewi 7841, la Woodlawn _M'Lots' IS: 22 22 J. )f. Norman ________ 1.70 Loots 13. It ot Blk 13.Temp"e .
I J1 10 Mr. ----- ,,
4thOe dale June ___ull
.. Dted tile NEb of NW 22, 37. 38 In Wood- I Addition toStark.
rolE". ot NW,," ex: N 11&yd. 7.C4 lawn .. 31 II 22 30 levy Sweat -_ .- -- 2.01 U II lfr. S. R. a.born 8.88
forFI I <:7AI.. SEAL) /" It n W 88 : ,,-____ t at 20 Mr E. J. Lewi non Lots 32 33 In Woodlawn- .3? II U 20 Unknown _ _____ '.14 I Lot" t, II of 181k 14, T..mIlea -

A J. Wi of 8W<4 i. NW'A of SW'4: of 8W" of NW'4 ANWli Addition to Slarke U 1 II C. A. Fetch _nu_ t.IO
('lark o* Circuit; Court ofFlorida. of A 8Mi of Oeo Cone ______ ____ 1141 of NW'4 of HWli 33 II 22 20 Unknown h_ ._ 1213 I \ (Continued on Page Six)
\ 11 110 n
(I-J'.at-e,=:ford County NW'4.Nfi4 of of NWV4 Swli_____._____.____14 14 6 6 11 40 Floyd: Crosby u_______ 1.71 82214 of NEV of BV4-: -118V I sa 10 R. L. 1Iatton Jr -- -- I.U

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Mrs. Fischer Resigns Mr. and Mrs. John Roosevelt and Parents I ''I .'! It 22 K ; ",

As President of W. M. S. I The China Grove Baptist hv The ri-rtlflcnti-text;v ;" |," i '

Church nnnounced the following ,111:1:1: : and i>'|1",1,,,
oictyJj At the monthly business meptinic I services for Sunday: Bible school the your 111:13! : i I", : "
Monday afternoon of theWoman's 17 siva, amouiii lnK /
Service 7:45: P. I I'
P. M. :
: Gospel
I of Alan| Late 1%t. I II i i i,,
Missionary Society M- Taking as his subject. "Hard 13 In llamptun. -" ,",' 'r. "'I\'
the Methodist Church, :Mrs. W. A. 7 a. n. 22 K. III Tu
--- Times, the pastor Ceo J. Schloss,
:: The taxes ,
Fischer the office of to )In,1,1 ,
resigned conditions and l hy ,., ,M"'; ''
will discuss present certiricBtex :X" ,; "irHnptembcr
Mrs. Adkins Compliments Dr. and Mrs. McLendon president because of leaving here their solution. Prayer meeting Is 5. lli.u .u,,,,,1',\ ",,'!,".I, to take up work in Jacksonville at I II : 1935 renpertfully anti. ,. ,, ,:",';"'
Mrs. McLendon With Honored At Bridge Party Anderson Church of I held every Thursday night at 8 iniluilil taxes fur it,.. ? p. ;
Memorial I'I93
Doth ) "IK802. ,
clock at this church. In.It.'I\ ,
Bridge LuncheonAt Dr and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, which her husband, the Rev. W. I o ,,

who will leave soon for Orlandoto A. Fischer, has been appointed II t tie, Alan LOb 21. 24. 2;,. .'.. ', .."
their summer borne at Kings- make their home were honored I t Inwn Sect Ion 17, 9'p", ,' I'"':1.
ley Lake Mrs,, A. Z. and daughter pastor. a sj j yYR t oracle! The taxes to be H..I.I, ) ,,,,. ,uL; t K;
guests Friday night when Mr. and For the past six months Mrs. I Notice hy certificate 2111 "f \",,..",'I) l'''n
Miss Lois Adkins entertainedtheir To Whom It May Concern. and represent the un'muVi "
Mrs. E. L. Matthews entertainedtwo Fischer has presided over the local I IN hcrby given that I have flied my th. years lasfl t,, ,I'i'i| \ t,,"X""''IUIVM.
club 1\
morning bridge Friday night bridge clubs in their Society and it la with much final report with the Honorable E. amounting h, $:'11 ;I" '" ,"h" ,
complimenting Mrs. II. B. McLen- K. Peri')'man, County Judge, and .\1"" e.m. 210 fl W" ,
home. I
regret that her resignation was accepted \1 '
will on July 22nd, that of Madison ( "
don. who Is soon to leave here to ,1J8Ft and Ihnh.
Roses, Shasta daisies, and zinnias Mrs. T. J. Griffin, vice- ante be approved I>I lxcharKe run w. 21(1( ft III Iv. <,h ,
make her home In Orlando. Juan- for 1 granted BH administrator of thence ''''' ''
were used In decorating president, will now act as presi 14.1" S. "n Nad; ,I ail
titles of bright hued zlnnlne were 1 the estate of n. J. A Alderman de- 1.1 210 I ft., N. 420 fI ,t.,, t1o
this party. dent. Mrs. A. Wood, superintendent -eaHC-J This June Z4th, 1938. designated on hat L." .lId
used In bowls and wall vases to totaled at the ti B. J. ALUKltMAN, JK., Adm'r. Add. a' ';,,"kln.
When scores were of mission and Bible study to Slark" a. I,,, I, ,
decorate the large living room fl-24-n-7-l. Mloi-k t
See 2tt .
where the assembled. end of the bridge game It was also resigned her office because of 2 acre TII 01 I; :2 N

From ten guests until one o'clock the found that Mrs. K. G. Duncan and I her husband's ill health, and Mrs. OTIO1 OF K4I.R OF* TAX The taxes to be mild ;",,,, 'HI.,,, .,
M. F. Brown bad made high scores L. C. Ray was appointed to fill CC'I..CAT.:8NO'l'ICE by certificate No 12it!,;> ".f \uan *
and at I 193S and ''
guests played bridge the
ladles and IS HEREBY CJ1VK.V that ?" ?," ;
for the men respectively this office. for the 'let
years ltJ2 ,
o'clock a dainty luncheon was V ; Jeannette It. Klncald has flied with m |III| ; h"'h, '
I Mrs. Duncan received a pair en. elusive, amounting '
t I"
As July first Is the time offerings ; tli i su iv"
me written request that the Tax
served. Mrs. E. S. Matthews and i Said tax cfrtlfl< ntcv ., .. ,
1, of plaques as her reward and Mr. are to be sent to the state .'.,4 ';.- certificate together with all subsequent all subsequent inin.i, ,, 'I"" "
Mrs O. L. Beasley Joined the ; ') ,
Brown received an ash tray. Miss Kate Struth omitted or levied taxes held taxes Will 1)0 tmtl, 'M1;
superintendent i
treasurer '' 'I ,
players for luncheon. I 1-iI'.:;. I by the State bv advertised and Hold bidder at the \\"KI'
;1)1' ..N, Cotta t II ,
The hosts presented Mrs. :Mc- of 'u "I ,,
to the bidder for cash
Mrs. D. A. Monteith made high Baby Specials ---- .. -- .. highest an Htarlie on the 8th ,lm ,I i ,,, ,'
i Lendon with the gravy boat to her asks that all children having mite provided by Chapter 18298( of the at II::00 o'clock A .M ''
score and as a prize was presenteda I NAHANT Mass.--The bride and bridegroom of the No. 1 wed- U37: arts of the Legislature, upon Dated thin the ,
Fiesta: china as a remembrance of boxes be ready to give their contents I the following dexrrlhpd real estate INII" d l 'I,
cigarette box. The honor guest ding of 1938 who were married in the century-old Nahant church last
In the of Uradford Slut ot
this occasion. to her before the end of the County ,
was given a fiesta plate matching house Saturday are shown with their parents at the reception that was aft- Florida, to-wit: ( SEAL)
her china. Mrs. Dave Kafka guest coming week. i i Lots I, 2, a, of Ulk. 1. Livingston A. J. TMn.Mv
erwards held at the Nahant Club. Left to right: Mra. F Haven Clark J Clerk ,, ,
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, was The program for the afternoon Truby and C'ompany'M Hublllvlnlnn f'I" 'H'i
swirl bowl guest widowed mother of the bride; Mrs. John Roosevelt (nee Miss Anne to the Town of "Stark' Bradford i', .'",, > ,
given a
a as I was In charge of :Miss Olive Ray, In NKli of NIC'; !, Section 28, Tp. '
prize. and the subject was "Building the Clark) ; John Roosevelt, and his parents President and Mrs. FranklinD. I n S. II. ZZ U' -- --
After Ice serveda Roosevelt. The taxes to be Hold are evidenced -
1Yv1 an course Kingdom of God in Japan. As
by certificate No. 1130 of August 7,
((0: game of bingo was played and slating on the program were: Mrs. I 1HJU and represent unpaid taxed for,
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and J. E. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Pearl Simpson the years 1932 to 1938, both Inclusive -
dJ'I' BOATDRAlW HAVE YOU READ? amounting to $84,12. II
\ Wilson were the winners. Mrs. Hogan Smith, Miss Amelia Also All Block 2, Livingston
Mrs. Z. Z. OrlffN. CorreMOondentMrs.
'\ I Those invited to be with Dr. and Ray, Mrs. D. E. Middleton and Truby and Company' Snb-OI-
I I' "DANGER IS MY BUSINESS" Vision to the Town of Starke.
C : Mrs. McLendon and the hosts Mrs. J. W. White W. A. Brown and children

\ I were' _H/fi u. and _fta_._. TV.. P_ Carpenter I 1 I h eve" returns d to 0 r 1 as d o. a ft"e5' This Is a story written by JohnD.

'lr Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- 1 Baptist W. M. U. spending awhile with her parents, Craig, of his adventures as an I

." .. kins, Mr. and Mrs. O. L- Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Green. animal hunter in the wild regions YOUR LOCAL

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe, Mr. and Met Monday At ChurchThe Misses Mae and Thelma Prevatt he filmed adventure sequences SMILE

J{ Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. Woman's Missionary Socie- have returned home after spendingsome which later appeared In "Trader ,

( .. "'- H. C. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Dave ty of the Baptist Church held a time in Oviedo and Sanford Horn" "Devil Tiger" and "I Cover

.:; Kakfa, of Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. K. business and program meeting at with relatives. the Waterfront." This is a book of

Q. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. the Church Monday. Nineteen Mrs. John Prevatt has returned that every member of the family

Brown, Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. members and one visitor were home after visiting with her will enjoy. PROTECTIONIt

r' ''*''" .. \ Jeanette Klncald, Mrs. T- T. Long, present. 'I daughter in Sanford for some

J. E. Wilson and L. D. Vining. The topic for the afternoon was"Brazil" time.Mr. "EZEKIEL"Is run only come from

--- ,,f" _._-.-, and Mrs. L. A. Canova I and Mrs. Roy Grlffls and written by Elvira Garner, sound, axlrquiife In-iir-
: children, of Tampa were visiting who lives In Sanford Florida, and r1se3ixiDWHERE
I '" Rev. and Mrs. Robinson had charge of the very interesting atn'el! Every rlcinrut of
-/7/ i relatives here In this section last has known
all her life
I : ::" program given by Circle No. negroes worry and fear it taken
Welcomed At ParsonageThe Mrs. W. J. Epperson, president 3'1 week. This story Is of a small colored I ECONOMY RULES; from jour dliouMrr- .

; the society. presided over Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Forsythe boy that lives in Sanford. The and the coat Is MiiuM:
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- ,
1 4 meeting, and the devotional was visited relatives here the past experiences of Ezekiel are made
r I inson arrived here Tuesday night week-end. i FOOD STORE
1 looI from their former home in St. read by Mrs. W. B. Alexander. even more enjoyable by the au : LET US WRITE
--- George Harrell, of Lake City, thor's clever Illustrations. WILL BE CLOSED
Petersburg, where he :
was pastor
I was visiting his daughter, Mra. YOUR INSURANCE:

$ of church.the Child's Park Methodist Methodist League Picnic Ralph Gainey, last week and was "HOW TO LOSE FRIENDS"Is I ALL DAYJULY \V> rcprewnt m'xrriil urge,

Yesterday (Thursday) the mem- accompanied home by his grand- :
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were a very book written reliable conipiinlfM, In the
bers of the Methodist Epworth I daughters, Catherine and Christine by Irving Tretisler, giving excel- : 4
warmly welcomed to the Theft u..bl1itI1I1I1i1)) ,
buys this lovelyeaiity age by a committee from parson the League and their friends enjoyed a! there., who will spend some time lent advice on how to lose friends 'I Life and Fire fields.
picnic supper and swimming
Woman's party and to especially make those much
Missionary Society, and at Cady's Beach on Kingsley Melba Prevatt, of Oviedo, Is talked of
boring dislike
this committee had placed a sup- I visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. people THANK YOUN. JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
fair !
lake.The you.
ply of groceries in the parsonage large group of young people John Prevatt this week.

MAYFAIR PANTIE pantry ready for their use. :' met at the church where transpor- Mra. E. E. Lee and children, of

Both Mr. and Mrs. Robinson | tation was provided for the trip to Bethel, were visiting Mr. and "SO THIS IS FLORIDA"We N. Prevatt Mgr.
Von'II "ant a season's supply when were born and reared In North 1) the lake. The girls of the league Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Sunday. now have the newest bookon PHONE 13

you set the superior quality of the Carolina, and he Is a graduate of 1 furnished covered dishes and the C. A. Griffin and Joe Griffis Jr., Florida which every citizen of
Emory University In Atlanta, Ga. i our state should read. It Is very
Bembcrg rayon-and-stlk. fabric-the boys cold drinks. Those attendingwere were visiting in Gainesville, last
They express themselves as being I interestingly told and has many
: many of the town's Monday.Maaazines' BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
luxurious, smoothness of the texture very much pleased with the appointment set. younger pictures of our tropical scenes and I 1

the rcnjl) charm of the youthful styles to the Methodist Church ---. Wanted I of our business Industries. llbLLANOE llni of Caskets & Undertakers SERVICE Supplies
here. The Rev. Mr.
-yours for a mere one dollar. Easyto Robinson wasa DAY ANU NICJHT'
week-end guest of Judge and Woodmen Circle To EntertainOn Miss Ruth Johnson, supervisor "HELL ON ICE"
tub-no ironing nccJcJ. Mrs. I of women's work projects under I Written 53 PHONE 53 I
E. K. Perryman, and last 10th AnniversaryMembers by Commander Edward i G. II. HEN E'I'Tfgr..
Sunday he preached two fine sermons the WPA In Bradford County, Is ElIsberg is based on a careful ":1 HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION"

that were favorably com- of the Woodmen Circle endeavoring to gather library of research through diaries, jour- _- ____ ------------_-_-- _,-----.----....----VI
The Season's best in mented upon by the congregation. will entertain Tuesday night at magazines for the WPA employed nals and naval inquiries concern- ---- 1

eight o'clock at the hall In celebration women In the county to read after Ing the ship Jeanette which sought :

Sport Togs The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer I of the 10th birthday anniversary work hours. The aim is to pro- the North Pole by way of the Ber- : ATTENTIONAUTOMOBILE

left early this week for Jack- of the circle. vide a worthwhile and educationaluse ing Sea. It Is a drama or ordinary'

sonville where he will assume the Mrs. Vergle Flynn and Mrs. W. of leisure time. Donations of sailors and tells the reaction of

Ladies' and Children's pastorate of the Anderson Memorial I L. Andrews, have anounced that unwanted or unused books and each as they are trapped in the OWNERS

Ready-to-wear l Church. He had been pastor an Interesting program will be magazines are earnestly solicitedand North regIon

here for one year. given. may be left at the public library I

Initiation and graduation services In the Woman's Club build- The above and
--- other
new ,
many Another ritii of n ear striking thin ninrniiiE\
a hoy on a bicycle;
will be held at the anniver- Ing, or If Miss Ruth
Johnson .
Is and
fascinating books of
Gifts-a large assortment Ladies Aid MeetsAt all types boy badly hurt anti in honpltul. Some one will have to pay| :
sary party. contacted, they will be called for. and (antes will be found at your How much longer: uri )011tolr," to put off taking liability pro,
LawteyThe All members are urged to at- Magazines like Good Housekeep Public Library In the Woman's | tertian on jour niitomoliito and truck" Every dollar you "r'

Flowers in the modern Ladies tend. ing. Ladles Home Journal, Mc- Club Building Open dally except I worth Is nt -ale! and then'" an ninny Mho didn't haM1 n iliilliir.
Aid Society of the Call'a, etc, are especially wanted Sundays from one until six o'clock erIni; time now.
manner for every occasionBuy Lawtey Baptist Church met Tuesday I I You Just Cannot afford bo s. u'
I ---- P. M. Get a book or join today | to without this protection <
night at the home of Mrs. A. HIGHLAND ---- --.--. i rail Intl.I)'. If jour driving[ ret>or A. Annis, near Lawtey. Those I Half Year Tags -- .
Mlsn :M. E. Crews, Correspondent
merchandise of proven present were Mrs. Annis, Mrs. T. Half year automobile license Clay For CourtsThe

quullty--thaVa real economy.We J. Terry, Mrs. G. Arwood, Mrs. I tags went on sale here last weekat city expects to start baul-

feature such merchandise Hal Edwards, Mrs. Vollle Reddish, Wesley Wilkinson, J. F. Marr, the office of Tax Collector C. ing clay today for two tennis

exclusively Mrs. J. R. Reddls, Bro. and Mrs. i and G. N. Norman were business A. Knight. It had previously been : courts on the playground opposite I HAROLD C. \WALL Agency

G. E. Cutshaw, and Mrs. J. P. Wy- visitors to Starke Monday.J. announced that they would not be the school house It will be obtained ,
rlck. D. Peele and Jule Eunice, of : on sale until 1. I !
July from pits near Putnam Hall.
Bro. and Mrs. W. T. Cut haw Lawtey, were in this section Sun- __u -

CLARJEANSHOPPE and Mis. Wyrick lead in the Bible day.T..

reading and discussion, and plans i M. Crews had aa guests Sunday .

for the new parsonage were further Mr. and Mrs. J. O. McCor- ''<''' .(','>i1.1P. ""'k" v :t.r"<\ -
llHCussecl. A mack, of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.R. : "M' ."",* ;(:.. ""'<"-P!'><"r t:" "w' ,
Phone pleasant w
97 very .
*.. Crews and children, of <4"
I I n;
evening was spent .
I II Starke; Mrs. W. G. Crews Miss HIYf" : .t, j. E 11 .

J Myrtice Crews and Glenn Crews, I :
I IIns. of Clearwater.Cecil J : .

KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME Hardee and Thedo Norman ......"a5" t h e." :,Slxe

1- L. O MCCABE Lady AttendantJACKSONMLLE were in Starke Saturday n ," .... ,
\ "
Miss Jewell Carter returned '<>< < :if ; <:> "" <'" .
HwST.. AUGCSTINE, FLU \. '" / ' ,vilt n
from "
St after :
Mary Sunday, ; ,
\V. Church-Phone 5-1538 SO St. George rhone 27 spending a week with Mills .,,,,} '* "","". '-' 0 l
Dorothea Adkins. : .,. "" ",,t-.,..".....,, E. .
Leon Starling, of Jacksonville, .tA.,';:.' n.- ,

UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. Junior la spending Carter.several days here with ,;; : :

l. C. MCCABE President, Jacksonville, Flo. Mr and Mrs. C B. Starling of .. ..

with Jacksonville Mr. and spent Mrs. M.Sunday Carter.here .. :;: : A

Industrial Life Insurance ---.-- '." ." (; S U '

G. L. SAPP, Keprenentatlve ",'' "<"' '' .. f%* ..eJ PR'l .
f -. ."
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>(',,", '.'. ",.... .::1.N .... ...... ""'" ., : I

, I I A member of-the Moody Memorial -- -VI1/Ct "

Church, Chicago. Mr. George
ij ijx
Schlosse, was the speaker Tues-

I day night and the earnest messagehe ,

IN ALL KK9S OF ETHER brought was an Inspiration to _
all present. A personal testimony

I of the saving lifting keeping
ELCCTROUiX power of Christ is always Interesting -

I and helpful.

RUNS ON KZROSZNE There will be a special meetingon

FOR ONLY A FEW CENTS A DAY I Friday night at the Tabernaclewith
an out-of-town speaker hold-

Pdll j Ing the service. Music and spiritual wi&

food for the soul Is assured all .

SISTRUNK'S SEED & FEED CO.Gmlmm i; who attend. The public i II Invitedto

I \ : P\rm\ -miii r '- "-
rnmptoM lUraiuM Information tUlrl wM r.or bout. 8 rv.t Glxtrolux,to* together and exalt Him to whom

{ eawsrr or pct reap i so much Is due. The informal I atmosphere
Ns'1 moil Bessorr* I and simplicity of the ODE

8tte.1 R. F. D_ -- -- 1 panty. LOW-CO rooo MOTKCTIOMMLUMT. {T Gospel messages attract all CHEVROLET CO.

Town eta- oruunoMtAviMO classes. Friday evening, 8 o'clock.
.........____________.. a__ e__ THAT PAY row IT Don't miss it. STARKE; FLORIDA

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Mri: : Roy Smith, of Pe-nnil.., CJn Mi,. 'nut) Mrs L (IRay ,returned II
Overseas On 4th
I Is t tl.c, Kiicst of her broihi-i-m-law, home Wednesday ,ifti-r spending Official Opening Highway July

and 1 Mster, :Mr
and Mrs. IG: .
t ten days in Jacksonville with -

Bits of Duncan .ihtir, vm and daugMcr-tn-law' theRe

-- ---.- ---- ] \. und Airs Laurie U Ray. I I

Mrs. M. A. Hart, of Surrency I .._ _______ ___
Ga., Is the guest of her son and Mr. ; I
and Mrs. William Lessman i Nf
IDeal Nevb daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W and Mr. and Mrs? W. E Starkey. I I f k i

H Hart. of Penny 'al'ms"were guests Tues- a M pN

cON'ERNING I OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND day of Mrs. Ethel Biggs at her :I j
Mrs. Jou Martinez and son, J.' summer home on Klngsley Lake. t'!'

PROGRESS(; OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN A., of Tampa, are guests of Mrs. II "'.

'Mai-tines' mother Mrs. A. I
W. 44
Redgrave. Friends here of Miss Snookla :I

I I Corpening will be Interested to !

i: learn that she is enjoying a visit I .

.. 109' Jr spent everslJacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. R. V Turner and Little Miss Fredrika Edwards, \\Janhlngton., D C., with her

J R "k in family are spending a few days in of Jacksonville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Huldah Corpening. I .
dJs bl' Winter Park grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. W -
1- 'it
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of Oviedo, III the 1I Misses Katie and Virginia Fu-
Judge and Mrs, E. K. Perryman ,
.'' gds'srNloCd t Tommy Rltchi spent yesterday (Thursday) in I gate, Mis Doshia Smith, of Sampson : -" I
let' __ Jacksonvlle. Mr. and MrsJ.. G. Alvarez, of City, and Miss Joe Ainsley, >& ...
I .,.
house .. .,_"!ftI: __
H. A. Bishop and Lawrence, Mass, are guests of I guest of Miss Smith, spent :

)It and spew Mr Monday In JacksonV Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mr. Alvarez' mother, Mrs Hilda Friday afternoon In Jacksonville. I OVERSEAS HIGHWAY connecting/: Key Went with the mainland of Floi-id.i. Is a marvel of engineering ;1.. !

I Mrs. L. F. Dinkins spent Friday In Belle Bence. I skill and scenic beauty For nearly a hundred miles It curves like a giant scimitar iici-ORg the ,

IUe. Jacksonville. : c. J. Powell and children, Ruth open seas, crossing tiny coral Islets, to the southernmost point In the United States.' On the right, picture
; V B. Harrell and -- Mrs. J. B. Mill Blind family, of and George, spent Sunday In Cocoa -
):r ; : hint I i: shown the massiveness of the structures which have defied tropical storms for a quitter: oi a century. I
ira 'P turday ln A. W. Redgrave left last week Green Cove Spring, were guests I a< guests of Mr. Powell's sister "j On the (left, picture shows the typo of surface construction used to convert former railway bridges Into '
hlld0a Sunday of Mrs. Mills' mother, Mrs. Miss Eva Powell Ruth remained {
for Petersburg, Va. where he will I
22-foot concrete highway bridge. Two pictures In the center show different sections of the seven-mile
---- visit relatives E. M. Thomas.Mr. for a longer visit with her I ft
west; of Gainesville, aunt. bridge, the longest over-water bridge In the world. The formal opening of the Overseas Highway will ''j:

1.11'r..nl F B. Johns, | be celebrated July 2.. by a gala fiesta at Key West .
.0' "", ,t of Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Jr., spent and Mrs. FV, Varnedoe,

!onaa? Thursday of last week in Jacksonville of ralatka, were guests Sunday of Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Avery I Old-timers tell about a certain silks. wines, silverware, laces and modern diving apparatus took

---- Pow- on business. :Mrs. Varnedoe'a parents, Mr. and Powell, of Jacksonville, will be I Brother Eagen who, from an lmI I lumber helped make the city the most of Key West's trade.

1[ Sir ., K>dd and Jacksonville Billy I Mrs. W. p Smith I glad to know that they are recovering I provlsed pulpit In the courthouseat wealthiest per capita In the na leyVest..re! fought to hold the i

,, it.ira. in Mrs. Richmond Walatein. of I I after suffering minor injuries Key West many years ago grazed I tion. sponge Industry but it was a t'

oadai Rome. Ga., was a recent guest of Miss Miriam Guy, of Hampton I in a recent automobile acci I out through the open door and Key West, an Island three and futile battle Several Greek vessels -

attended Mrs. D. E Knight. was the week-end guest of Miss dent. i saw a heavily-laden brig: drive one half miles long by a mile putting in here for supplies '
H; Knight Frances Peek at the Peek Cottageon wide, mushroomed to in 1903 burned i
ro ofMUDS I hard ashore against a reef. importance were mysteriouslyand
I first
url vi.u-clenny: the Mrs J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Kingsley Lake. I Brother Eagen paused In his early in the 19th century. Spanishtraders two of their masters flogged
Bill Plummer, of Dothan Ala., a
at' week Rlgdon were visiting in Green I ----- I sermon he served In the dual called It "Cayo Hut-so," The population declined even
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. and arrived Wednesday to spend several -
I Cove Springs Wednesday.; Kemper role of wrecking master and meaning bone reef, when they after the railroad came. The 1009
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, of Jack- I days with his parents, Mr. and I
preacher and the two vocations found here the whitened bones of hurricane demolished many build- ;I
sonville will this weekendat Mrs. M. B. Plummer in Lawteyand I I
Glen Wood, of Jacksonville, wasa spend were about to clash.Salvaged Indians who had died in battle. lags; fires destroyed others. Thousands -
with friends in and
week-end guest of his parents, Jacksonville Beach I Starke. Lawtey Wrecks The name, pronounced "Klyo of persons migrated to

I I Mr. and Mrs. A. Wood. Most of Key West's citizens in so," was distorted to its \vay-I greener fields.
Mrs. C. H. Crumpler and chil- -----
form Bereft of livelihood
the 1800's dropped their work at many
Joe Truby has to Waynes- dren are spending several weeks in | Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton d
gone the cry of "wreck ashore" and Wan Navnl Station who stayed became destitute- More

f fr vllle, N. C., where he will visit his Lachoochee with Mr. Crumpler, I and granddaughter, Marjorie Sue rushed out to the ships that frequently The war with Mexico broughtthe than half of the remaining 11,500

QRE SURE slater, Mrs. J. W. Killian who is stationed there. | Mlddleton, have returned to their I piled up on the treacherous city Into prominence as a were on relief In 1031 when the :

------ I home here after a two weeks' vacation reefs. They salvaged the rich military and naval station. city nnd county declared a state

Miss Ethelyn Hunt of White Betty Briggs and Leroy Roane, I at their camp at Piney cargoes. Wrecking was responsible Later thousands of Cuban political of emergency and surrendered,

I Springs, Is the guest of Misses of Jacksonville, spent the past I Bluff... Ga. I for much of the city's early pros- ( exiles sought; security here charter rights .'

''I'II 'II 'II 'II 'II 'II <'R
plan t\' ii mike: price right. aunt, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns.. dire George C. White! and .I| Brother Eugen had taken for 11,000 persons to produce I The federal emergency relief H

n s Qox 72 Route No. I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bitch have I II ---- -left Wednesday Frances White, of Tallahassee, returned his text the ninth chapter, first a hundred million cigars a administration took over the place
; ta'. 621.3tp:1R I' as! a guest Mr. Rltch's sister, Mrs.J. Mrs. Olin Texaikana W. Texas, to I home last Thursday, after !Corinthians, 24th verse: "Knowye yiur Commercial fishing thrived I The Idea was to beautify the city

W. Walton, of Pompano for spending several weeks here with ; not that they that run In a and sponge cunning employed 1- publicize Its attractions and convert -
!Flowers for Mrs. J. B i
; ,
every her mother
: > .. be with
--- --- 200 on 150 vesxels.. It Into a winter resort The
I Mrs. White's parents, Mr. und race run all, but one recelvelh! the men r
LSI ittractively Mrs.arranged N. D. Charlie Williams, of Alachua lathe White, who Is seriously Mrs. G. W. Alderman | prize?" Long before Henry M. !o'lnlllerthought ; residents were banded Into a voluntary -

mo onably' priced. guest of his uncle and aunt ----- i He knew that if he announced of his railroad. Key: West army of rehabilitation.
II'alnw'lgb' Phone 102, Starke, Senator and Mrs. Charlie E Johns. Mrs S. E Brownlee spent Sun- I the wreck, as ethics demanded, he prospered was In fact, the state's They worked without pay, acceptIng -
ra: tf day in Gainesville, as the guest ofh1' Mrs, H. A. Durden and children I I
would have no chance to compete largest city for a decade. Key scrip and staking everythingon
and have returned to their home in
Merrill Struth of Orlando son-in-law West reached. Its peak of 25.000 the future
six ,spent against those in the rear row.
FOR ALE Bungalow, rooms
and Mrs A. V. Long. Savannah Ga., after visiting relatives -
tan 'md cold water, out- the week-end here with his par- Judge here. They were accompanied Apparently worming to his text, about 1890- Then, slowly It declined Reconstruction was progressingwhen

,Iou'' i air child's playhouse, ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth. Ben and Johnnie Burton of home by Mr. Durden who he descended| from the pulpit and when the railroad arrivedIn nature dealt the struggling
-- Ihe 1912 the population hud do- town one more terrific blow. The
|four neap for cash. Leon A of the week-end here.Mr. walked down aisle ostensiblyto
';;raFlorida., 6-24-2tp Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns are Rome, Ga, were recent guests spent exhort his listeners. creiiHed, to about 20,000 and worse 1935 hurricane destroyed the rail- k
and sister, --
-- -- enjoying a week's vacation at the their biother-in-law flat i Good Start times were ahead.Industries raid" Key West was Isolated
"'OB 'I'. (famous Indian River Mr. and Mrs. Sum Anderson.Dr. and Mrs- E. Q Gearrltt, of
Lake. l
Bishop cottage on Klngsley Philadelphia, Pa., were the weekend When he reached the door he !illlplM'dWIIY again.
'i ,r Saturday, 3 Lbs, 25c; continued the quotation, "Rvcn so Helplessly, Key West watched Highway rromlseil
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S.
l liD"1 i \ aim Is to live andet and Mrs. S. P. Vandlvere The "Gi Floored for count of nine
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand I Hutto and family. Mr and Mrs. tun, that you may attain, and Its Industries/ slip away. a
-iv.I !1."). ated next to Mr. Hall's Miss Wilma Alexander were and eon Pitner, of Key West are Gearrltt were en route home afteru startles the congregation with the braltar of America" lost most of Key West was saved by the bell

tOrt ii depot :My platform Is visiting relatives In Waldo Sunday guests of Mrs. Vandivere's parents, I vacation in St. Petersburg. shout: "Wre'ck ashore. Now we Its Importance as a port when with a highway built over the
iunutGriffis.i ltp Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. altered and this less than
-- -- will run a race and see who re- shipping routes were keys, bringing city
-- navaltation transferred three hours from Miami by motor.
the was
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Morris veiveth the prize.
\ANTED: for of Jack-
Mrs. Carrie Bitch and son. Tom- ."frs, Laura Creushaw. and small daughter Joan, of Vllas Brother Eagen received it, for Lighthouses virtually eliminated! Over! the highway, an anxious
Rout "i' SOD families Good few clays this
sonville, spent a
profit toi hustler We train and my, spent Tuesday In Jacksonville her brother and sister- and Miss lone Morris of Baliruvllle. his curly start enabled him to shipwrecks citizenry hopes, will come hundreds -
with Dr and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza week Pa., were week-end guests place his schooner Godspeed, Cigar manufacturers, embroiledIn of automobiles, sending the
L. S. Hutto.
Mp Write today Rawlelgh's, in-law, Mr. and M.-s.
of Mrs. Morris' brother-in-law and alongside the wreck ahead of the labor troubles moved to Tam- gold of a new Industry-tourists
Dept PAF-U23-SA2: Memphis, -
lenn. went to i sister Mr. and Mrs. C. A, Knight I others. I pa. Greek spongers settled at coursing through the old trade

Mrs. George B. Flynn, Miss Jacksonville Mrs. S S.yesterday Dowling and Is visIting _.__ u For years salvaged cargoes of I Tarpon Springs, Flu, and with channels.Panama.

TORnl.F QUICK -3'COWS With Martha Powell, and Mrs. Richard her brother-in-law and sister Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight hat

younl< alt,) ,ind 5 yearlings allor Kldd spent Monday In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. James Godbold.Dr. as a recent guest their nephew (:.11D OF HANKS NO'riC'K City, founded In 1510: ,

$201B( md Bangs disease ville. ---- .- Charles Lars,n, Jr., who was or We wish to express our appreciation I We will accept applications for is the oldest permanent European

'flea! ,one or all. Also for nnd Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere his way from his home in Luke of the many kindnesses Widow's Pensions Saturday, June settlement on the mainland of the

'fnl 4 t ""farm, 5-room, two- Mrs Maria K. Hull has returned and son, Plttner, of Key West are land. to Duke University at Durham shown to our loved one the late 25th, In the office of the County American continent.
,ton home after spending some time N. C where he Is a medical .
t.ii $10 month, Please ----- --- --
last place
guests of Mrs. Vandvlerc's parents I j H. E. Lagergren.! during his ;i Superintendent your
j ;(, tt ,of farmers market. with relatives In Miami and Red- Mr and Mrs. G. W Alder student I Illness and especially do we wish I application at thin time In order It Is not unusual for girls thirteen

Ylk1, > 6-17-2t lands, man. I to thank Dr W B Parks and that we may; get a final approval to fourteen years old to gain

r- Mrs. L. D Vining him returned I Miss Ollle M.-irr for their untiring before the opening of school! ..m much .tit six Inches In height

to her home here after enjoying to him.H. A .J I GRIFFIS, and In In
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee effortH in ministering I twenty pounds weight
''t NAT SEZ: spent Sunday In Gaine ville as a week's visit In Dublin, C3t, with I L Hough and family County Superintendent. those yearsI'
relatives. Mrs Vining was accompanied I
_j ,
I guests of their son and daughter- -. .. -.. .e'
I home by her little ...--.- 11I1 '" ---- r
hack from Sf'W'm'le John Milton i :
-lti t !got in-law Mr and Mrs.
I Ann Joiner, who will:
4 "l and while I was there u. Jell,- I Brownlee. I ,
I ;: __ __ __ visit here.I. .
\ .. tried to Hell mi< the Ilrookljn
; T. J. Thomas, of Valdosta Johns &
I '-' Bridge. lint I was. too llrk for Mrs Lau-, H Blaslngnme\ pharmacist,, S. Sons
of Ft.
: \ Ga.. Mrs. W. T Saxon, I II. )
:,y Ian: I told him that bridges" were derdale, and Mrs. G. Phillips, of here has accepted with Carpenter's a permanent Drug position Store ,

out ot -tjlu and If he ('oullln'I\ Lake City are guests of Mrs. Ber-
He has moved his family here I "
me the Holland Tunnel I wasn't tha Pearce. from Jacksonville and they are oc PHONE 45 FREE DELIVERY NEAR S.A.L. DEPOT

Interested. Those. feller. think cupying the Stel' berg cottage OB
tain't Mrs. George W. Thomas, Mrs. p
they lire llck up thenthey; ju Water St. r
never bought uny fireplace Calvin Johns, and Misses Margaret FLOUR 24 Lbs. 63c
and Georgia Gilpin were visiting GetyavcBESSJON'NSON'
wood down here. In Lake :.rr, and Mrs Burt Rawls and

I I / friends and relatives daughters, Misses Betty and Carolyn COMPLEXION BRUSH I

I City Friday. of High Springs, and W. M,, m.n1 ItO.t

OVERALLSTriple Mrs. A. }<', Sauls has returned Moody and son. Herman, of La- RICE, 5 Lbs. t7c /c>>O4IOGah4 3 c;: ::51

home after spending a month with Grouse, were guests of Mr- and 3 PALMOLIVE
her daughters Mrs J. W. Prather Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon and Miss! Eva aaSOAPND.,
Stitched wt" as' 'O.'LMOLI\II.JUnc"'
and Miss Louise Snyder, In Los I Rigdon last Sunday \\\TEIt.inOVNIJ 17c

Full Cut Well Made Angeles, Calif MEA 10 Lbs. t9c
--- --. Merrill Futch left last week foi .
-- f'ON'I'NTn.1'F.1J:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatum and I Gainesville, where he has accepted -
daughter Charlotte, of DeLand, a position as assistant In the ST.\un: SUPER SUDS, 3 for 25c rhl

of Mr. and animal nutrition laboratory at the
were guests Monday STARCH 3 for tOe 'OH !
He --
Bell Cord Hapgrade98c Mrs. Elmo Struth and Mr. and University of Florida. recently
Mrs. W H. Struth. I received his Master's Degree from

$1.49 the University. I.\\\\ .1.L IIOUM RFD noxCO

Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis and I ----- SUPER SUDS I"
2Sc 3 for 25c
daughter Miss! Jean Davis, and J The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Flscli F FEE, r

Miss Mamie Anderson, of Archer, I er left Tuesday morning for their t'OICSJII'IiU:' IJI"IIJF.H" ,,' ",

enjoying a vacation trip tour- new home In Jacksonville, where ;
are '
luf./ Ing North Carolina. hehas been appointed pastor of SUGAR, 10 Lbs. 47c OCT.\ON J.\IWE SIZE :, i,
I ..:... ., Anderson Memorial Church. Mr, "
'\=1. Friends here of Charles Burton and Mrs Fischer made many SOAP'& POWDER, 6 for 2Sc i,

9)9tM I and Johnnie Torruella will be In- friends here who regret to see I ;\r.,, I.'on' '!.a {

I terested to learn that they are reopening -I them leave this community I I J E L L 0 OSc mT\ON: ,' 'J
-- -
V SHOES the Spanish Trail on the TOILET SOAP .'
tu Jacksonville highway I Mr. and Mrs. J. p Warren and 6 for_ 25cf '

small son, Jimmie, were the guests f I '
Here's a honty E. R. Halle In Lake City .' ,
Miss Mar- of Mrs.
Miss Dorothy Sapp, : \\ E DRESS TIiE31 OCT\OON J.AlLOE SIZE '
Clav L..the Upper Mr. and Mrs T. F., Sunday. Accompaning them home '
; tha Toney FRYERS Fancy Lb. __ 22c SOAP CHIPS 18c
S Full Doubt L..th r Landrum, Merrill McMillan. AI was Mrs. Warren's slater, Miss .

l' r ,. ... George and Henry Manassa spent Lorraine Smith who will make

o Ho rip.i..m..8aesi. in Fernandina.A her home here for (the next eight
,... .BUch 0' Brown $1. months as she Is teaching school FEEDS MEATS ,

j. v .l1 t, o Comfort cbl* last A. Annie recently spent ten I in Hampton.Mrs. .
1, days at bin home near Lawtey, i \'Ef..LOW
Annie Is a A. A. Anti, of Lawtey STEAK Lb.
Mr. 20c
with his family a CORN $1.65 -_
road contractor operating at present has recently had as 'guests, her ,

Pis near Senoria, Ga. !. sister, Mrs. J. J. Smith and Mri.
._- Smith's children of Tampa; Tam- + t'\fUWI "OlUm.\N
SHc ---- $$1
tS The new Methodist paator. Rev. mle Annie: and Mr. nod Mrs. D. SCRATCH .88 HAM Lb. __ __ 25c
Frank Robinson, from St. Petersburg C Duncan, of Dallas, Texas Mrs II

I WB the guest Saturday and Smith and family returned home
It Pays to Buy atSTERNSERG'S Sunday of Mr and Mrs. E. K. Thursday, and Mr. and Mrs. Duncan NO.I: WHITE CLIPPED HWF.ET OEM NUT 4' ,r

Perryman The Rev. and Mrs. have gone to Senor, Ga., OAT $1.65 OLEO 121/2c
I Robinson and their son moved into where he Is employed bookkeeper -

the parsonage Wednesday. by A. A. Annls. ( 1(



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PAGE SIX __ -_ ?, Iii
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-- Green Is Praised r-- II ').....rlHli n *e<'. '), It..t Owner /.

I..IH 5, 0, 10, 11, 13. 13, 14, '
FARMERS SECTIONNOTES For His Work As i' LIVE STATE NEWS If, 10, 17. 18, lit! 20, 21, "
I' 22 nf Hlk 7, City 1'nrkHnhr
Assistant Whip >lv, W &: U'* Addition -


.1.1I LolH I. 2. .1, 5 of Blk 8,
STARKE. -- Congressman Pat- c-lty Park Hnh-13lv, W.

I majority whip of & C's Addition to
3. Boland.
rick CLOSE CIIAIN STORES TOBACCO MART ENLARGEDLIVE Htark __-_____________28 6 22 W. B. WHiM! ","
the House of Representatives has I JACKSONVILLE. A tax: levy OAK.-Flans for intensive eli of Lot 4 of Blk 12, t

RURAL Hints To Housewives recently highly commended his assistant was begun Friday on the 20 Whid- advertising of the local tobacco U.."kln* Add .._________29 I (2t Floyd Ore,'1t
Lex Blk 12 ex 84 of Lot 4. ]I
COMMON SENSEBy Whip, Congressman don's Cash stores. Involving between market have been approved by a ORHkltm Add __________2* 22 4 Floyd (1r....,
Weekly from Home Demonstration Green of the Second Florida Dis $45,000:>> and ( $OOOO In delinquent committee of the Suwannee County NK'4 nf SISV4 of PJld:29 6 22 10 Henry iSrlfflnB ;
Lot 8 A all
W lOB ft of I
In letter of appreciationto
Specialist Tallahassee trict. a chain store taxes: Inter- Junior Chamber of Commerce, Lotn 4, B, 8 on S Hide of

SPUDS JOHNSON Green, Congressman Boland est thereon and levy costs, Sher- headed by Louie C. Wadsworth. NEVi! of NEVI _n__ ____29 t 22 Corley Johns!
SEV4\ of SWVi\ ex right of 1
BOARD I'ERSONAL APPEARANCEBy : iff Rex Sweat undertook the levy With three new warehouses way __nun_____. _____29 6 22 30 1. 'v. Andreu
STATE PLANT "I wish to extend to you my Immediately after Judge DeWitt pleted this year Live Oak's com-I 1 A In SB Cor of NEVi' of I

SERVES TilE PUBLIC assistant NWVi\ ..-.________ ____28 8 22 1 Mr C. I. ManHvK
IN EXPOSING FAKES Clarlne Belcher sincere thanks as my T. Gray senior judge of the Fourth ket will have six sales >: of SWVi _______ .. ..80 6 22 80 Herman RelfVi HI 1
Extension Clothing SpecialistAn whip, for the splendid and effec- Judicial Circuit had ruled the operation. Floor space has been All K'4 'of NEVi of NEVi :2
_______ ..31NWVi 8 22
Nofily 2: Orin
durIng n -- WIlMun
tive cooperation gave me increased than double that
you the more
under provisions
incidental to Its official attractive personal appear- stores came of NWM' ex 8 10
Although Plant Board ance is a desirable asset. Althoughone the third session of the Seven- of the chain provisions of the 1939 of last year, when slightly over A ___" I 22 80 Herman Selr-ith
duties the State Com" NH"Cor "ofNEV
2 A at II
has Investigated various "discov Is frequently judged by his ty-Fifth Congress."At I tax: act. five million pounds. of tobacco was of NWVi A: run W

and appearance, the effect on others such times when It was Impossible I --+---- auctioned. I 14S yds, S 70 yiin, H 148
eries" from time to time exposed :- yda, N 70 yds to beg32 8 22 3 Unknown ._
them as frauds thereby sav- is not as Important as that on the for me to be on the floorof I FARMERS MAY SUE I All NEVi\ of SEVi of NEVi' 4

Florida farmers and other Individual. Self-confidence assurance the House I knew that you;' OKEECHOBEE. Thirty-five SPEEDBOATS VICTIMST. E of road ____n__. ___22 6 22 3 Louis Kahr
ing I 2'/j A In N5 for of S% of 14I
citizens thousands of dollars they and poise are gained whena would perform the duty of assistant farmers of Kraemer, Torrey and PETERSBURG. Surgeonsat I 8EV4\ of HWU _______22 5 22 3 Vasco Mltcli.'ll

might have thrown away on these person knows he Is well dressed.A whip with such diplomacy and Rttta islands in Lake Okeechobeeare City Hospital believed they LoIs 6, 8 of Blk 3 Lincoln I
City ___ 32 8 22
results Henry ClarkE
pleasing personal appearance efficiency that desired given permission by Congressto jilk8LIncoln '
things. could save the left leg of Jack Lot 1 of \
correct I feel that _______32 6 22
requires health, postureand would be forthcoming. sue the federal government for Ginty, 10 almost severed yester- City u <1 J. Jolmsnn
Board's major
The State iiiii'i
Lot. 6, 8 of LincolnCity II
duties are to Inspect plants comIng -I carriage normal weight, neat- our administration here In Wash $844,000 damages for alleged crop day when struck by the propeller ._ ____ ______ 32 8 22 Jennie Johnson,, ,
nose, and attractive and appro- ington owes you a debt of grati- losses caused by construction of Lot 3 of Ulk 13 Lincoln '
Into the state to protect farmers of a runaway speedboat. Jack was __ ______
Since and work and I City .-. ._ __.. 32 8 22 Dan JohnnmiA ,
costume. for ,
from pests from other states priate posture tude your splendid the lake dikes according to word swimming in a local yacht basin Com nt a ptlO5ttSnf ,
I health the fundamentals of I wish.. at this.. time oersonallv to i
I are received from Senator C. A. Andrews NW Cor of.III t'Yt LN.V%
-- -- -
and countries and to Inspect plants I when another bov. unidentified.u__ u_____ __.
making a good appearance efforts thanks for your cooperation. The losses allegedly extended run s Doa it, in 020 ic,
In Florida to prevent any out- I express stepped on the starter of the I N 505 ft, W 625 ft to

break of pests or dl eaRe8. should be made to build and pro- I ." I back to 1933 and were speedboat, tied at a nearby pier. heir .---. -33 8 22 5 Mrs Annie i.:. n810V u .
tprt health. ... ... nnnrf.. nutrll Inn. Mil'ficlent + of SEVi Went of
---- of by
---- -- ----- ------ --- caused by flooding crops
But eve'ry once In a while the I The boat broke from Its moorings, roitd _? _. -33 6 23 20 .
Plant Board hears about some/ exercise, rest and fresh air I PLANT COMMISSIONER I water backing up against the dikes circled toward a group of boys 5! uf RW'4 of B'V'4' ____33 6 U 20 carBRrv.r.of :.:"II," -
Lot 2 of Hlk J. M. Johns
are requirements for good health. TREE OWNERS 21
WARNS the mainland.
thing that doesn't sound exactly swimming, and struck Jack, H"h-Dlv or NE'

right and It investigates. One Fortunately faulty posture can be OF QUACK "REMEDY" .___ causing deep cuts and a compound NEW ---. ---- .- ---_ ___83 8 2. 1 Mrs Fannie Si!', ,, ,,,,
corrected If no structural defects LIVESTOCK MARKET Rex At flW Cur of S'V'4 ofN1'4 'I
fraud It exposed was a "magic" fracture of his leg. & run K 671tt" ,
Illy which, according to those who are Involved. OAINESVILLK-Here's the latest ARCADIA.-Construction Is to :N: MOO ft, W 571-% ft, l SKOO

"discovery" to be exposed by 20. ft to bef| -- --34 8 22 .T. :T>, :
Habits of good grooming are essential be started here June on a new
were selling It for a hAndsome GRADING MAY BE ATTACKED SKVi of NWVi\ of NWV4' _.34 6 22 jj p. W. jfn.Her !"
price, was very rare and had If a person Is to make the the State Plant Board: cattle market, to be operated Under TALLAHASSEE.-Florida's decision N' of NW' of SKH-! !___84 8 22 20 w' ('. : ? 1HW'i '

most of himself. Cleanliness Is of zinc andIron supervision of the State Mar- of NW'4 of Sit'4.34 6 22 A. C. Oifrml-h., i I "
blooms of many different color A mixture copper II I to require gasoline dealersto SKV4 of NW'I of SliP,. -34 8 22 Jo Carl Anaer' i '
and odors. One could, it was I fundamental to being well groomed. compounds and a bit of anti 'ketlng Board it has been announced. -I indicate the grade of fuel sold S A mi In SE Cor of NEW t'

The skin should be thoroughly cents The market will occupy a 10- I of HI2V4 ._ --- _--34 6 22 1In.n.: : Woowar/t
few .
his color costing but a motorists be
claimed, select Illy by mony, may attacked In the 270 ft (,f NW'S of NW%_85 6 22- 9 N. M. !'
and perfume. Besides its marvelous -I clean, free of odors, and exude which, according to those acre tract deeded to the State by courts. Nathan Mayo, wEt! of WV4 of NWV4\ of Bradley !

colors and odors, the lily the glow of health. Cosmetics ing It at $5 a pound, will retana'' the City of Arcadia. The building stoner of agriculture and commls-I Nw NWVi% \of NWi__ -ex- _-1 A In 34 6 23 in tire Sarah Hull ; '

-.rr\nl/l. D'D a lasIroan, _.E-In__a_art.fa-_ nut___ f\f-- til---.-. carefully- selected and skillfully- ap trees of insects and diseases. All I wilt measure 62 by 80 feet, and the state Inspection sW Cu! ---_T 2 7 22 39 Russell Hornnbv ,.

house. plied may Improve one's appear- the tree owner has to do, accordIng plans call for it to include auc- nounced after a hearing here yes N 26 A of NWVi\ or '
.__ 3 7 23
ex 3 A E of 23 Willie Kin
The Plant Board Investigatedand ance but can never be substituted to the salesman Is to bore a tion pit, offices and facilities to terday that dealers would be required of NEVi of SWVi n_n_ 3 7 21 20 I/. A. Geffror* In'

found that the lily was! a very; for healthy beauty. Well cared few holes In the trunk of his tree accommodate five pens of cattle. to use labels or a color N'., of SE 4 of SW". __ -__ 3 7 22 20 Mrs Cornelia 0 OrlffK ,i-'I' .

common one In Florida and that for hands aid In making a person and pour some of the powder Into Additional cattle pens will be con- scheme to designate gasolinegrades. ""I of r NWV4 210 ft of K NE'4 of NW& run Cor

the "marvelous" colors and odors attractive. Cleanliness, softness them. Presto! And gone are the structed outside the building. Charles H. Murchlson, of S 210 ft. E 420 ft, N 210

came from bottles of cheap dyes and well manicured nails are essentials Insects and diseases. The mixture I I Chutes and runways will connectthe Jacksonville, who represented an I A ft. In W SR 420 Cor ft to of KK beg'4 of fin 7 22 2 Susie' Miller 55

and perfumes. The plant had no of well groomed hands. would even make healthy trees market with the Atlantic Independent oil company at the NWVi\ ex 1 A In NB Cor
I also 4 A 470 ft K & Whv
effect on Insects. Sales ceased after Hair, when clean, healthy and healthier! Coast Line Railroad shipping- pens hearlntr. ,said. "WR_ _VPUOI-VP__H. thergt.'c __._ .n ft V A S. N nt &!

th ePlant Board's expose. becomingly arranged, assist in Improving But. as those who bought some located about one block distant. ; ; contest it (the grading ;;, J.'I''l; ; ;. 6 :A described; :
4> above __ ____ 5 7 22 8 John CreenE' .
Not so long ago some folks buy- one's appearance. The of the stuff found out It was! Just FOR-COMrTROLLER-: -- plan) in the courts. It appears {, or BWI4 nt 51421/4 ex "

Ing citrus "nursery stock" from style best suited to (the face and! another norstrum and one that certain that the major companies SSA' __ ..____ 57a 23 15 JAS Johnson -. ,
A In NW rnr ot E% of
certain localities were disappointed figure should be selected. Many was harmful to trees. Not only tive Edwin G. Fraser, of Macclen- will attack the plan." NF.4 ot !51'2'' 'v ot read 6 '1 22 2 Ceo C. White \Kt 1\\ '
when their stock died very may find that continuous use of and Iron Ineffective LOt H IIr N\V4! ot SE!,.. of
are zinc copper, ny. Just nominated for his second NE'', .. __n_ 7 7 22 JO O..nr Osterngn .
I quickly after It had been trans beauty aids lessens the IndividualIty in running off the bugs, term in the Legislature from A SWEET INDUSTRY 1,1,". or N'4 of 8W'4 ___ __ 7 7 23 20 Rrvtn E. DernAroJ T.7!

planted. The Plant Board Inves- of the person rather than In- but the antimony Is positively CLEARWATER. Beekeepers sF2'4' -h 7 7 22 160 Ervin E. Be.nn TIM
Baker County he will run
says WI" of NW'. nf NFJ' exI
tigated and Uncovered that the creases It.CoBtume. harmful to life. estimate that about 400,000 poundsof &, ._ 8 7 22 .
plant for State comptroller in the 1940 2 A on N end' ex ny 18 Mary Johnson ,
"trees' were not trees at all but be used to Improve honey are produced annually In I NFJ': or "SE'4 ______ 9 7 12 40 Mrs R. B. Sullivan t.i:I
citrus branches balled and may The Florida Experiment Station Democratic primaries. Fraser WI,!, of I4WIof N'V'4 __.10 7 23 20 'Jo'. Itt Taylor '"
wrapped appearance. A design becoming obtained some of the "new discovery" who is 24 years of age, said he Pinellas County, and that the rev- IIW1. ot NW'4 of SW'4 _.10 7 23 to Mrs R. p. Sullivan 1 121
to resemble trees to the Individual should be enue Is $80,000 a at !Sl'2'4' ot H'V'4 _________18 7 23 40 Jnea Ivey PollartslJ H
And then there the dodder and Its analysis revealed would work In the next House fora year figured ot RFJ'4 ___-__-______18 7 22 80 w. O. Seal"svI 111 1
was selected, emphasizing a person'sbest the composition of the mixture. law giving the counties gasoline 20 cents a pound. This places the '.. nf stC'4 __ _h__ __17 7 22 .0 Inca rvey Pollard ..,>
business. Someone reported that points. The dress should be honey Industry second to citrus in \V'-J! of tl I A lot tnSW1,0I ,
there Dr. Wllmon Newell, plant commissioner I tax money that is "justly theirs, ot 5101,4 of SEl: of
were no on one
mosquitoes suitable to the individual and oc I this county. The best honey __ ___ t9 7 U
with the State Plant and added: "I think the county pro- S 'u UUh O. K. Prince r.;)
of the Florida keys because dodder casion. A well fitted costume, ducer in Pinellas County is the E'4 A In SW
Board, warns the public that It'sjust I commissioners of each county or- ( o.tor 811C'% tt1O '4 of
a parasitic plant, was -
growing clean, neat, and worn with harmonious another nostrum. "Ownersof should continue receiving this ange blossom. Other nectar sourcesare I I "HKV4 _--- u_ -__ 19 7 23 W. II. Griffin i ;
profusely on it. Some enterprising accessories. elves a I>lea8I palmetto blossoms, black I Com R t SH Cor of Sec 19
fruit and ornamental trees and it on the roads in ,
but non-informed or unscrupulous money use lit run W 660 ft, N 446 ft
I log effect. I should be cautious abofot InvestingIn I their county without having a political mangrove (which grows In saltwater for A pt of her thence

individuals began sell- Appearance of the costume Is discoveries and marvelous racketeering department ), cabbage palm, golden rod, run E 105 ft, N 105 ft,
ing the stuff to folks to keep mos new W 105 ft, 8 105 ft to
Influenced by the undergarments cure-ails for tree ailments," he control funJs.rVghtfully the coun- partridge pea and other summer hen _____ .________19 7 22 1'). w. Swindle ._ 471
quitoes away from their premises. They should be adequate, Immaculately ." also repealof flowers. While the honey bee r.ota 1. 2 of Blk 14 _____19 7 22 .!lIra Anna L. Saxnn 15 C,4
The Plant Board squelched this says. ties' Fraser proposed NV4, of NEVi &: SW'4 of
business clean and well fitted. A __e_ the gross receipts tax and par- could live a life span of three NE'4 ex road & 8V4 of
out that dod-
by pointing good foundation garment is es- years, it never dies of old age. NEV4 I of NWVi ex SA In
der had no effect on mosquitoes, BROOKER tial repeal of the 1937 occupa- The SE Cor _._ -. _- _..___20 7 22 115 Tne Ivey Pollard : 1 11
usual life
enllul with the form fitting gar- tional license tax law. span is forty-five gI of NW'4 of SW', .__ 20 7 23 20 Thornton John Ill
was a and that '
at times
crop pest, ments of today.Of 111"8'era Golney, CorrespondentThe days and the honey bee works itself NU o'.f 510% ex 2 A In SW

there were many mosquitoes on all -CEMETERY to death within that ; --_ _--___--_--_-- 20 7 22 78 Unknown _______ 1 IMS
costume accessories, the HAS NO time.
the NV., of NW14 ex 12 A In SE
key In question. shoes probably affect the health farmers here were very gladto PORT ST. JOE.-Port St. Joe is -*-- ('or ,-_ ... ______21 7 22 68 Inea Ivey Pollard I! 01
And now. a mineral mixture Et, of NE'4 & E of
{ %
see the rain which has been In LET THEM;
which it Is claimed will Insects still the largest community SPEND IT HW", of NF:', 26 7 22 100 A. Sullivan ____ ; .15
keep -,,10 mnke, It retails for $5 plentiful this week. They have Florida having no cemetery, bury- We note In one of our exchangessevere All NW' of SWU a' ofBytI
and diseases off a true If It a pound : A & N< of >
The Plant Board the finished the watermelon loading Intr Its_ dead In the burial _places of I condemnation of a rich nt. H\VU..! 4 SW"4NL4 !_9fl .,. ... .... _u___. _,..
is inserted into a hole In (the tree. analyzed --- --- 00 O. .. ... 'erry _nu h
tuff found here and are now busily engagedIn nearby communities Panama family for putting on a-costly I oftt.140f"' SlOi4cx\
Costing only a few cents a pound I It was no good for the harvesting the tobacco crop. Wewahltch- party. We Hy ._ __________28 7 U 19 Tlel YArn __. 242SV'
City Apalachicola, or can see no reason why ,
---- purposes claimed and warned the I I '. nf N10' 15 A on
public about It. Mrs. D. L. .Jones and children, ka-when occasion requires. But, any one should object If some one 'V "I" ot f'E'4 of NF.II
I It Excess Acid causes of Dallas. Ga., are spending sometime of the with considerable & 5 A N ot Bv In III'VCnr
the outskirts cityIs
FREE\ ll'.ofStom.ehUleeu. As pointed out these servicesare away on money spendsa of NE'4 nf I'B'4' lit
youP only sideline with the State here as guests of her brother- an old "God's Acre" In, which lot of it for something unneces- In NI ('or of NW1,4 of
Indi.tion. in-law and sinter Mr. and Mrs. R. the remains of citizens of old St. sary. After all, It Is only when !lB14 ____________21t! 7 22 00 f". F. Geiger' __ I III
Bloating; Ca,Heartburn Plant Board but there's no doubt NW'4 of NB'. ----- --- .__29 7 U 40 W. O. Seals __ 4 ''1'Sl
,Belching .
that they have saved nonInformed M. Gainey.We Joe were buried during the glamorous the rich spend their money that I ( of B'-J! of E'J or N10i

Nausea, get a Ire. sample of UOCA are glad to report that Miss period when that commun- the rest of us have any chance of I ot NI '4 u __ 30 7 22 II Unknown ______ 442
prospective' victims of such ( ft .t
and a free 'om al a pt 361 E
interesting booklet at Joyce Atklson Is now recuperating history more than getting of It. So ( ofNI'4
frauds thousands and thousands ofollirs ity was making any we say the NW 'or of NFJ'4
at her home here after having lit run S 116 ft, 1'1
CARPENTER'S hundred ago. Steps more parties the better orchids
and much disappointment. one years 142 ft. N IIG fl, 'V 141ft
-- undergone an appendix operationIn have been taken to have the site costly favors, multitudes of flow- to hell' .______80 7 22 T.o.r. HAlran ..110

the Alachua County Hospital.The of that old cemetery, with Its ers and all. They all give some 9 A t'om n' S'V coy of h

FUNERAL DIRECTOR grocery store here which dozen or more brick overground one a Job to produce them.-Titusvllle NtS'f 134' yde. \ Vh-: y.is run, N S

II G. E. McCauley has ben operatingfor sarcophagi and Its score or more Star-Advocate. 134 yds'F 336 yda toie
My 3lii fly Years Kcrlriir| Mnltr I It I'rmxlhlp for Mi P. to KeiuUrKrriciENT I the past several months has -- ------ -- --30 7 U 9 W. H. Maxwell 1-:5
; : riumi'T: m.i fouitTEors SRUVKBi of headstones and grave' markers, Lot 6 ex 1 Lot In NE Cor
I i IODF.i\TE: l'mCESIODEnN been purchased by one of Its former set aside as a Memorial Park Halibut Is! the longest of the flat 20 hy 40 ft lit all Lot.
a. 7, 8 of Hlk 13 In
:\ CHAPEL AT owners, L. t. Parker. :Mr. i which will attract curious or his fishes. Hampton ____ ____h_ __30 7 U T. M. iTs an ____ 20Ln1t 23
YOUR Parker has recently completed a minded tourists and 3. 5. 7 of 131k
r 'la4' to8n
CONVENIENCE: WITH NO CHARGE at :. torically ;' 30 U L. A. Stella Johns. 6 U
course in a Barber College which will be featured during the Ohio maintained her position as Lo1t5s 7. 8. 9, 10 nf Dlk 80In

Ly DeWITT C. JONES Jacksonville, and is also In the centennial celebration of the adoption the third state In population from mantnn.. A.ld _____ 30 7 22 W. E. Dauchtery __ G.41
LOI. 7. 8, 9, 10, II, 12 nt .
Stark.%. Florid barber business here. of Florida's first State Con- 18SO: to 1800, when by the censusof JlIk 31 inUIantonAd4S0 7 22 Unknown _________ 8.38Dlks
ph. l .,?,., ph Master Glen Crosby, of Jacksonville stitution, December 7, 8, 9 and 10, that year she lost her third- 10 11, 12, 18 In
Is some time here Wrlll'ht.. Add __________ 80 7 Mildred B, B'rley ___ 8.N .U
spending next. place position to Illinois. : :
::1"o .S '" N\3\ orOA
of his grand-parents ___ .. .It.
as the guest nrj'4 4U 60 Mrs Ida D. Maxwell I
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. ,2, 3.0,3i.22ot
5. (Continued from Page Three) nik 7, Hampton Park 1
'4''-' :-: Miss Ida Mae Hardee Is spend- NKVi\ of HR'4 Sec 81 &

ing a while here as the guest of TseDeucripilea SWU of NWi/ &: WV4 of
NW'/4' of SWil -31-32 7 22 Fred & Roe Cox __ 241
See T R.A Owner A Cost -
A TASTElTHRILt. Mr. and Mrs. t,. L. Parker, NW'4 of NEVi & SEW of

-. NK'4 -3SR < 7 22 80 Wm H Hall ______ -- 548
J. Lot Addition 3 of Blk to Itt Starko.28 Temples 8 22 I. O. Prevatt _________ ..91 % of 815'4 ._______34SW14 7 23T 40 U. P. Davis n u______ 360
d, \ of NW'i ex road & ,

\ .P.U.RE.: POUBLERUN3Ir Loin of lill'li. 6.+..7'le:1AIdilion ; : : ex 1 A for school _35 22 35 A. L. Sullivan _____ 990

..- .- .. W. A. Tjlcr. Cor. to Stnrke _______28 8 22 dec. F. Scott _________ 18.34 81'11/,1 0 of'or NW'4& NV4 ex of 10 NE'4 A In

I Lots 1 2, 3 of Hlk 27, Tem- of SW',4\ ._ 35 7 22 ____ 1.1(1
I Addltlon to Htnrke 28 8 23 Mr Fronle demon .. LOS 60 A. Sullivan u
Rt ti "Vl.HO.L ESJW.E1' We are sorry to report that Mrs. Lota 6. 7. 8 of fllk C. RisIngs All SE'4 of SW--Wof
fTHB lly ex 1 A In SB Cor &
Addition to fH.'ke.28 8 22 Dr. P. A. Brlnion _____ 5.89Ollle
W. E. Wilson has been sick. 'I 6 A In NW Cor A Com at
Lot II of Blk Wynn
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and Addition to Starke_____28 8 22 Marr __________._ 5.IS 8W Cor of SWV, of

children and Mrs. D. Thomas attended 1.01.[ A. D. C of ilk 1.Wynni R SWVi 132 &yd.: run, S 220 N 220 yds.yde'W
Addition to
//4r church at New River Saturday Stnrke _._ ___- ___ 28 6 22 lloyd Holloway _____ 6.46 132 yd* to beg __ 35 7 22 28 t'. P. r>avl* ____n_ 1168.'-03
W4j of NWVi of SW'-i ___35 7 23 ___
I Lota I. 2, 3, 4 9. 10. It. 12 20 T. B. T'leHt un -
night. of Tilk 3, J. O. Alvare I N',{, of NWVi. W of Hy ex I
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner attended Addition to Starke ____28 6 23 Jan. Lamb ____________ 25.96 1-1/3 A In NB Cor & ex 554
Ry- 2 8 22 ________
78 U. P. Davis.
[ church at Pine Level Sun- Lot
day. Stark _88 fI 22 L. A. Cray _________.__ 21.81 8WH of NR14 of RW'4 a':
i 11 n 12 W-H, of 8Vi of 8WV .. 2 8 23 9 o Unknown _____________ jP2
had her Loin 1. 2, 3, 4. 9, 19 ,
'V. R. Conner as 360
II 'I of 111k 4, J. n. Alvarea NE'i of NRV _.n._ 8aw 8 23 40 IT. P. :DavIs _.,,--------
I guest Sunday Mrs. Dicks, of Addition to Starke ____28 e 22 Ja*. Lamb ___________. 10.73 ; of NWi4 4 8 23 40 W. p. Harden -------- 874 8.74 I
NEVI\ of SE'4 S 8 ___ _:
Pine Level. Lot C, D of Blk 24, J. M. 23 40 W. P. Harden ___
John Addition to All SWH\ of SW'4 W of

Misses Bessie and Lola Tyler Stark _____________ -28 8 22 Mrs Nell H. Nollman__ 25.28 Uy ex 10 A In 8W Cor.U 8 21 18 Unknown __________ __ 7.04
Com HW Cor of
1P were visiting Miss Dorothy Swan- Lot John 1, 3, of Addition Blk 34 J. M.to of NWVi at A run E 331 SWli ft

:; boom, of Saxton Saturday. Stnrke ________________28 8 22 R. L. & Evelyn Kemp 6.56 for pt of beg being Bo
S 8 of Blk 1. ft E of Ry track thenenK
Lots 2, 8. 7.
690 ft. N 625 ft. W
; rity Park Sub-DIv W &
-. and appearance most Shoes mustbe C'. Addition 'to Starke.23 C 22 W. B. Watson _________ 4 50 029 ft, to a pt 60 ft E of
,r. 14 IS, 16, 17 Uy track, thence Sraparallel
and to Lot. 7. 8, 13, ,
fitted styled
e Wt.n.-.r JOG ..!, you want to correctly IS. 19, 20 11, 22, 23, 24. with Ry 638 ft 914
I to ___
I 4" afford support and comfort. An 25 of Elk I 2. CityPark beg ----------------8 8 22 11 Unknown _-________
drink And the tingling flavor of' Hub-Dlv W. '*. ,_'. Ad- NWU of SW% ex 2 A 8 .
HANDY Important factor to be consideredin dltlon to Sturke ______28 6 22 W. B. Watson __..___ 11.021 of lake A: 2 A In SW Cor
let-cold Coca-Cola adds a tat selecting shoes Is appropriateness Lot 9 10. 11J2 of Blk 2, of 8Wof NWVi -13 IS ZIt 40 C E. Miller C. Ra)' H3.U
W. Lawrence .___
Until to food. A sparkling drink of for costume City l'ark IAib-Dlv, to E 276 ft of N% of NWV4 of

: -1 _____ natural flavors,.pure,wholom, Hose should be correctly fitted Stnrke&: C. ___Addition_._____-..Park___28 6 32 W. N. Johnson ________ 3.58 NW BE'4 nt u SE'_-_*_-'_--iiA 13 S 22 t Jo.. Bolt _________u___
Lot S of Blk 3V City
harmonious In color, and of
jjji ) refrehlag. So to buy and clean, Sub-Div. W &: C's Addition 8W4 ofSE(4 A s
___ worn with the seams straight.If to Starke ______28 8 23 J. E. Nlckle ______ 1.74 of NE'<, ex 2 A I In NB

/j 1& carry horn la the bandy package a hat purse gloves and jew- Lot 12. 13, 14,Park 15, 16 Sub-ofBlk Cor A: EVi\ of SEVi' _14 S 22 209 C.Lawrenc.E. Miller .A__C.____Ray___ 61 d

1 of ala fcct-M. elry are necessary to complete the Dlv. 8.W.City&: C'. Additionto N'4 of SE iof SW% --_ 23 8 23 20 Allen Speed -___________ 80t .

costume these accessories shouldbe Starke _____________2J < 12 W, B. Watson _.__ 4.80 .SE'4of N\v Cor NEV4;A. ex 4 A \fn
! ICI-CCUO COCA-COLA: I* IVfY .flACI nil, Lot 4, 5, a, 7, *. 9, 10 of SW Cor al.o ez7AIn' In
selected for appropriateness Snb-
Blk C City NW

: IT.MIONOS. YOU ici- ox AT HOMI A good personal appearance depends Dlv. W. a C"r Additionto NCor SE" __ .of______ ___OfSH __ !!j
\ Starke ,_ _______-28 I 22 W. B. Watson nU 8.27 -- 23 IS Lillian M. Dod __ u- .
'. Coca Cola Bottling Co. equally on posture and Lot. 1. 2. 8, 9, 10 11, 12 N 541 of A SEW ot NW of 8)V14--25%) \ 8 22 20 Ralph J. Caaon _______" *-

health, good grooming, and satisfactory SubDlv.WV 13 of Blk 8, A.City C'S Park Addition of SW% ----------NE4___IS 8 12 6 John Davl. __ _____ "." J

coatume. 18 < 22 W. B Watson ____ 3.37 .
; PHONE 1 STAKKE FLA. to Stark* --- ? C. A. KNIGHT, Tax, Collector, Bradford County, Florida.I'

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u salt of divine healing applied to edition of a conservative dally paper I 'our defen. N fop/ religious liberty tion for .it rlnllnC'lallvlnd/
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JONESald the wound. in the. good year. of our Lord thou the cultivation of religious I plenty of ,
JOB S "ketter ] I From Other PensA I II I 1038; It is from Harper's Weekly,I tolerance. St. Louts (Mo.) Globe- But the cusHing fact remains that the t I 1 I
lIere of October 10 1857. And the Democrat. I t I
Oil Jesus used practical and often Box j I world still wags along, and the Hcliools are of paramount Impor- I L a (I" ,r.;:

t And Jlereafter homely llliiHtratlons. He talked A \ TO PESSIMISTS:; : V, S. A. Is atlll doing business at (CLUCK: CLUCK! tance, and those who !govern the \.I) I f$
about salt, light, und actty net on I Dublin -- "It is a gloomy moment In hla- the old Rtund. Once schools direct the expenditures of J jl.I i {Y: I I\\!
Ga., June 10, 1938. upon a an enterprising about as much money as do the '" Ii I !
a hill. There can be no possibility tory. Not From the Christian Herald .
Bradford tor
"Ye are the Bait of County Telegraph, many yearsnotfor poultryman crossed his hens county commissioners. The people '" \ p ,:
raid of
leave has laId mistaking Ills meaning. Peo- Starke, Fla a lifetime of most men who with parrots, to save time. He usedto of Florida are spending hundreds t 'I"I, : ', ,,j
Someone I'ITY ;
p earth' ple are familiar with salt. They Dear Sirs: read t.hla-haa there been BO much TIlE DOGS spend much time hunting the of thousands of dollars In their it "
act as If Jesusthe know a great deal about There Is an old verse that runs: j i.'i \ a.
light and
fany Christians of I am enclosing money order for grave and deep apprehension; nev- eggs but now the hens walk up schools, yet they do not seem to jl,:
are' the augar many of them have seen cities on renewal "My grandpa notes the world'sworn to him and "Hank, I laid y i" ( ;
'"' of my subscription to the er has the future seemed! so incal- say just realize the Importance of It. '
rib We have talked a great hill tops. Someone has said that Telegraph. I have been cuable. In our own country thereIs cogs. an egg. Go get it."-Ex. ( "
Ir taking It When school elections 'l t
t about Christian sweetness light cannot be soiled. It Is In- so long; I would feel lost without universal prostration and panic And suys we're going to the dogs like to are held, i ; 111't1 t 1 tiwe'd
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t courser Christiana should corruptible and undefiled. A true it. . In Franc the political cal- His granddad In his house of logs, :MATTER FOR EXCITEMENTEven : that voters J ", :,! I
= Kt but> Christians should be Christian can live In a city with I look forward dron seethes and bubbles with un- Swore things were going to the a school election Is a matter they take more Interest inthemconsidering I .,",, ,
\ every week to Its 1 the points for i '
Salt preservesWhen the driftwood of humanity of the certainty; Russia hangs, like a dogs; of excitement In Tampa.- V tI J\\'! !
II'1 toO contact with earth coming bringing me the news and 1 and against those who are run- ;j.,
'ruptlon comes In white flag Jesus and still stay pure. When local happenings of my native cloud, dark and silent, upon the His dad among the Flemish bogs. Wauchulu Herald. 0 ning.-Ocalu Banner. r l'1.,' i iI n"
It corruption raises a was and a wicked wom- County and State. horizon Europe; while all the Vowed things were going to the: This little sentence from that I :
i II lurrender and then ethrough an touched Him, they asked, "Does' Yours truly, energies, resources and Influence dogs. I little paper doesn't appear to mean ild'.rl' rl.r!;, ;I li\I t
never pass! He know who Is touching j
ptlon should : Him? 'I W. W. WARD. of the British Empire are sorely The caveman In his bearskin togs' much but to us it means a great f '
/I tllthlDB. When It does the salt She is a bad woman. You can't tried, and are yet to be tried more Said things were going to the dogs deal.\ Primarily It Is typical of the Pillows may be washed without H'>; ,
a lost ,ts savor. Salt does not touch pitch and not be defiled." sorely. In coping with the vast and But this Is what I wish to state, I apathetic attitude of every removing the feathers, according 'tL f' ,
t rv I preserve When It is put ()n'OlIni Jesus could. "Jesus was separate Pomona Fla. deadly disturbed relations in ChI- The dogs have had an awful, Floridan to school affairs. It Indicates I to. the New York State College r4"?, '
I ( ,i hurts. The world and undefiled" He was Incorrup Dear Editor: na Of our own troubles (in wait!" that the people just don't i of 1\1\>
the pain that Is nec- tible. He can Impart to His followers I have enjoyed your and i Agriculture. Souse them In 'I': I::
ii.m' like" paper the U. S. A.) no one can see the -- give a hoot about how their I '
T arl ro, ,its heallnff. That Is the His life, His light. Christians your stand for the right. May you end TOI.KKANCE: I schools are run. lukewarm suds In a tub or In a I I II' y''r'
I world crucified Christ. can shine In i never hesitate to take the lead in machine If It Is. "
wi..,, n. dark places One No, that Is not from yesterday's Tolerance does not mean givingup For throughout the state school washing large ,' ',:'r
al' ".1,-ason the world hates Christian may light/ up an nlli-y. upholding the cause of righteous- ---- ------. conviction or sacrificing elections. ore held!, and nobody at enough. After rinsing several I' '

1 'p> .? .HI, true Christian re- Another one shines In a dive. ness It demands simply a .. b"Ul'f'j all takes an interest, In them Usually times In water of the same temperature ,: I r '
1I1rr :i-h,, man who Is wrong other walks In kingly glory An-I Christians, "ye are the light of the If I am ever again residing In spect tor the principles and those who are Interested In as the suds hang the pll- i'y' ;; I" q:'
dar Ilk.' an open wound. missionary journey Into I inn world. Let your Unlit: so shine be- rrudford County. I shall hope to of olheis. Tt Is n basic rule for 1 1 the matter, have difficulty In perHiiudlng IIIWH to dry in the sun also In the '
et n needs, < healing, but"Uh" of the underworld. Another sails I tore men that; they may see your': renew my subscription.Very the harmonious. life and a fundamental I anyone to serve Fur; It what. if possible'; as the wind will .I.. ;j Ii':. 'f k'JI
i ,,dkr. chances on then the seas dad carries Ills pure light gaud I< | works and Fa I' .,, '
a glorify: your 11 lily yours and His, to community progress mtittt be rememheicil thnt those >mere thoroughly fluff the (oath'i% r.
,,, ,' ,itself. by some kind into heathen and pagan darkness. th, ,r in heaven 'A' t 'pI' :' "
REV F. VVHITTLESEY. There In no better way to bulwark who do serve get little compensa ,, 'i"d. The Progi! esstve Farmer." l: .c; t,
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Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class S"r\ K EAND :MISHAPS WORKER seventh Interest in 40 acres to ',. 1m'!'

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida BRADFORD COUNTYL Bradford County's: 4-H Club If you an an average citizen Curl Carter and Mildred Carter. The Board olsloners I' .

.. .. -- boys returned 'Saturday after land more than likely you are), Filed May 2.Warranty will me.. 4

E. L. Matthews- __ __ __.__._ ..__ _____Editor and Owner A. SHEPHERD Elmo Struth, spending a pleasant week at Camp the wage-hour bill recently passedby Deed. Ben 'V. Halter tatlves of the Ago,,', oioar'"""Drt!
McQuarrle in the ,Ocala National Congress and which will go and wife Eunice M. Halter to T. Health and other. 1
and others are mulling over ?"" ,
.- -- for Forest accompanied by County Into effect four months from now C. Edwards' and Leon Edwards, lIOns here this afternoon X

SUBSCRIPTION RATE plans a stay-at-home pro- Agent T. K. McC1ane. Jr. Only will mean practically nothing in l'j acres, filed May 4. at three o'clock in th, '
gram In Starke for the Fourth ''OUrl :
eight, boys were able to go to this your life. J. The bo
Warranty Deed M. Shaw purpose of
in Advance of the
Six Months 75c-Payable July but unless
$1.50 everyone I
Yearly, ; pitches in and takes a hand it camp at this time but all who The reason for this Is that the and wife, Ira Shaw, one of heirs of discuss the establishment l11eetlhB
Advertising Rates Application went are determined to have at the United health or
will soon be too late to do anything average wage-earner In .1. B. Shaw, deceased one-third unit fo Bradford and
about It. It could be done, least thirty boys to go next year. States makes more than twenty Interest in 39 acres flied May 7. or more adjoining/ I ex '

NO PLACE FOR SYMPATHY HERE however. Time was when I The week was spent playing five cents an hour or works less Warranty Deed, Paul Engel and The following .n ?
Starke tithing, eating and one hour each than forty-four hours a week- wife Augusta Engel, to Mary Silva appointed Wpilne, ,,
the center of at
Franklin Pierce McCall con- was bon
Several persons who saw I day was devoted to studies In 4- the wage and hour deadlines set five acres filed.May 10. Rotary Club to ,ir,1: ',
traction the Fourth but In )11
fessed kidnaper of Skeegie Cash, when he and his escort of recent' years on it has looked, like o H Club activities and In poultry in the new bill. Warranty Deed, Mrs. Emma! G. I I ing: C. H. Na',w.i, ,. 'T k al!'

deputies stopped here briefly last Friday on their way to the I the original "deserted village" husbandry. W. H. Hayes of After one year has passed, workers Harvey to N. L. Starling and : Herlong, A..f Thom 1. A.'
Brooker, was voted the most healthy In certain Industries receiving ; Daisy Starling 5 acres filed May vis, W. P. Smith.Nand '
could not help but feel sor- with everyone leaving at the ?e
that '
Prison Farm they In Various other
State say boy camp less than thirty cents an hour or 10. C. C. Huppt>
crock of dawn
ry for the boy he seemed so young: and helpless. Beach. Jacksonville for Beach Daytona awards of this nature went to working more than forty-two Warranty Deed Ruth J. Sutton ---- .
this feeling of involuntary sympathy is normalin boys from Lake, Orange and Gil- hours a week will come In for a and W. H. Sutton, her husband,
other beach
Perhaps Rome or Inke. Who christ Klan Visits
counties who attending
were yew benefits. That bring the heirs of to 111urch1
may Mary Hobbs deceased
that does not keep it from beingan remembers the pig and
the average person) but greasy camp with the Bradford boys.: total beneficiaries close to the million a. B. Culwon. Lots 7 and 8, Block A group of Jq, i I. ,,, L
element of danger and an obstruction in the way of justice lemonade the suck races and ;the the barrels of The bunkhouses In which the mark. After seven years the 13, In Ward City (Brooker), filed in full white mi 9p .\:

packed picnic boys slept were equipped with ten foity-cent hour and the forty-hour May 10Warranty. sent appel1rlll1l'I', ,I'
bankets at the ?
city park Jtillt-ln
bunks five and fiveewer..1)uring'
upppr wui-k conies Into effect and then Deed R. T. Osteen Uaptlst (Chun"h' 'l'! i irevival
boast and brag about wanting to Those were the good old days.
distance we ( the first
At long night one ,
some three million or more work- and wife A. M. Oaten, to G. B.Colson ser-'m'
si f the kidnaper or murderer: (as the case may be) put "I sincerely Can they hope he brought: eo": back? We of the RrnrlfnrM hovfl proceeded to_ ers will reap a small benefit from lot 6, Block 10, Ward City A spokesman 'in 1

death and how we would even like to be the one "to pull 1o a nosedive from one of the I the wage and hour dividends.Of (Brooker), filed May 10. mended the I'h"i
and succeeded In
uppers slightly course farming, the main industry Warranty Deed Jennie Tryson work being don.,
switch" but when we actually meet the criminal and this i ELMO SAYS he Is especially 'binning- his sliottldcr and one ear.
In Bradford IK
County et-) to Ike Walker and Daffney Wal- gave the pastor ,
covtr to our surprise and! shock that he is only another human'being anxious to promote something This was tho only mlHhup to mar I ..mpt from provisions of the bill. Itei', lots I 0:>> and 8. Block 14, Lin- tor church purp I

.-perhaps even younjr, personable, and seemingly incapable I locally because his connection the Interesting trip and thereafter Although!; the bill In Its final coln City filed May 16. to the church th. I'
with an undertaking establishment I this particular boy was known stale will affect few people, It is Warranty Deed, Lewis G. Clem- ed: "We hope th.
of committing the crime-our heart warms to him makes It Impossible for as "Tall pln Tommy' to all of his
considered Important a$ representing orn and wife, Cordle M. demons slst us in cleunm' .
find ourselves unab!:: to control a feeling of sympa him to leave town. And whilewe CHmpmatea. This same boy took
and we a possible "entering wedge"ior tn W. K. Bradley, 35:>> acres. May munlty of some "I '
are on the subject have you another nose dive from one of the future Government 1\I
1 regulation 25. the Church and th.. I I. ,
thy. ever noticed what bright and oats later in the week to prove : of American business. It has been Vfirranty' Deed, Mrs H, L. ,...t.Ve further 'h., U'lW'
often when all '' '
is doubt that juries are swayed that he !
There no cheerful fellows undertakers really deserved his name.
called "one of the .
biggest piecesof Croft to A. G. Thomas 10 acres, jilly o; unit' ->
the testimony produced in the case warrants only bitternessand usually are-all jokes and car Four Bradford boys were members social legislation In a generation filed:I May 31.Warnmtv talle' thIs! as thru"

revenge. But we are all human and we cannot help but toonists to the contrary? At mond of ball the squad winning and the Dia- ." It has also been described Deed., Emma P. Hill jicad their ways o: ', ''D'
one time or another we have championship two
be softened toward another human being when the tables:' are I met undertakers In Palatka, others were members of the squad asa minimum beginning toward and a a for 101'ty.cent and Louis H. Hill her husband to
wage .1. 1' J. L. R.
turned and we feel that he is now the underdog. I St. Augustine, Winter Haven, winning the volley ball champion ty-hour week, with modificationsfor Quigley Harrell. J
Reddish, H. B. Arwood, and O. J.
All of
ship. the
beside the and VV-auchula, and other places. campers really certain industries and sections:
however are entirely point
Such feelings Phillips as Trustees First\ Baptist
did have swell
time and
Perhaps there few are hop- I
are a -
should not be allowed to sway our sense of justice. Franklin but the ones we exceptions have Ing to be able to go back next South.the country especially the Church, Lawtey. A lot In Block 3, Register Motor Co]

Pierce McCall knew the penalty for kidnaping and murder met have all been personable year and take two or three others East Lawtey, filed June 9.
with them. It is considered significant thatIt Warranty Deed. Maria I{. Hullto Starke Fla.
before he committed his crime. lIe planned it over a periodof young fellows, full of pep and is now the policy of the United Mrs. Virginia Torreulla, lot 5. ,
looking as if they might be
time, having ample opportunity to weigh the penalties charter members of the Optl- States to assure workers enough "lock J, New Crosby Cemetery
BALL GAMESSCHEDULED wages to promote their "health filed June 10.Warranty .
against the rewards. He made his decision. lIe gambled mist's Club. Maybe the very I
I efficiency and well-being. Up until Deed, R. J. Davis and
i, and lost. nature of their profession now the natural laws of sup Lucille T. Davis his wife, to Hester -

The tragic result of his crime is just as terrible as if the makes most them out determined of life while to they get DIAMOND TO BE LAID ply and demand and the survival L. Thomas. Lot 12. Block :18.
of the fittest have been the only I Livingston Truby and Co.'. addijon
' it had been committed by the most hardened criminal. Thereis can. OUT ON SCHOOL uat :
'i yardstick in the wage-hour field.
GROUNDS I n.to Starke._ Filed_ ._. June 13. .u"... _.... .... .
no room for sympathy when the scales of justice are hang warranty Deed, w. H. Hart and "..,.::--:._ ,;;;;\\11II

ing in the balance. THE OTHER DAY the subject After a month or so of activity INSTRUMENTSFILED wife Edna Hart to W. J. Epper- :..., .. ...._.. ....0::.
turned to the matter of funerals f .... rrMrr. '.. ...
it the local Soft-Ball League continues son and wife Dorothy Epperson.Lots err ..... rrl r. ...

o- and odd experiences In connection to thrive due to Interest arous- FOR RECORD 7 and 8 and N % 6 and 9, -...r...,-'.. ,, "':,.\011.-. .,..rL -

THINGS WE NEVER THINK ABOUT with them. When It ed by contests between local teams Block 17, Livingston and Truby'8 ;:::, .. ::.,.... ....
came his turn. Joe Wilson told and the Veterans' Subdivision to Starke. Filed June ..... -
We who live in the United States and take its blessings near Keystone .. \110
about one he attended many; Heights. Following Is a list of legal Instruments 14. ::.r.:... -...n-a"--
1! as a matter of course might do well to read a prayer written years ago where his heart was Permission has been granted by filed since :May 1 with Warranty Deed E. D. Stanley'nd ,...... .

by a sixteen-year-old boy refugee from Germany to express wrung by the display of griefon Supt. A. J. Griffis for the laying. the clerk of the circuit court A. I wife, Rosa Stanley to Maude

into this the part of a man who had out of a diamond on the southeast J. Thomas. Only deeds are listed. I Wainwright, 20 acres, filed June
his being granted entry country.
,, happiness over lost his wife. It took several corner of the school grounds. Erection o Quit Claim Deed, Cleo D. Dob- 13.

The boy, Martin Marden, escaped to the United States friends to hold the poor fellow I I of a back-stop there it was son to J- E. Graves, filed May 13. Warranty Deed Otto B. Hicks.L:

with his mother last year. The New York superintendent of and keep him from throwing pointed out will not only Improve Quit Claim Deed, C. E'Harperand : and wife Janie Hicks to w E.I

i schools has recommended that American read the himself Into the grave with the playing conditions for the men who wife Annice L. Harper to J. Rhoden. Lots 13, U, 15, 16, Block I GOODEARSPEEDA
every deceased. "I felt sQ sorry for are taking .grfeaj delight in the E. Graves filed May 13. 13 Hampton filed June 18.

youth's prayer. It follows in part: the poor devil I didn't know sport, but will' .materially add to Warranty Deed. J. E. Graves to Waranty Deed W. B. Hicks and I

"One day in the year should be reserved for prayersof I what to do," Joe said. "And do the playground,'facilities of school Rayonler Incorporated filed May wife. Susie B. Hicks, to Otto B. I II

you know that within two children. Older folks would not 13. lick*. lots 13. 14, 15. 16. Block
thanks for somethingthat
in which
give I
thanksgiving we weeks the hypocritical old so- have occasion :to use the diamond Quit Claim Deed, Waray Corporation 13, Hampton filed June 18. A fully IJlluanhed

has been granted us ; for having been saved from and-so was married again!" during school hours. to J. E. Graves 2,156 acres, I Warranty Deed Rosie Sauvageand Ooody..rbullttodrelong

j some great destruction caused by nature or man. On Thursday of this week the lied May 13.Warranty her husband, J B. Sauvage trouble-fa* .tr

"I am thankful that I have been given an opportunity THIS WAS ALMOST as bad but Veterans came to town to continue Deed M. A. Smith as o W. H. Edwards, Jr.. 40 acres Joe *t oonomr print.
not quite, as the case of the the series with the local Liquidator of Bradford County lied June 20. ., Ziookattlwml I
to be educated in the United States of America."I aged negro man living in the boys all former games with the lank to Jack Crawford. Filed May -- ,

am thankful that I live in a land where regardlessof southern part of the county. Campers having been played on ta rr t
their Limited Warranty Deed Hiram RodeoA
His wife died and he took her Games are announced
( take in national ceremonies."I ;
race, everyone may part tor next R. Fortner and wife, Leecy M.
Tuesday and '
to' Ocala for burial. During the Thursday genuine, old-time, wild west <
thankful that I live in country governed by Fortner, to Floe M. Fredrlksson.
am a funeral an attractive young ne- Afternoons and an invitation is Rodeo will be held at the old dog

democracy, rather than force."I grens stumbled over the widower given: the public to come out and "Filed May 23.Warninty racing track at Orange Park on f'

am thankful that I live in a land where one is not foot. They struck up an enjoy and them and lend Its enthusiasm nan and husband Deed.W.Nelle H. Nollman H. Noll- he afternoon of the Fourth of
acquaintance one thing led to July. There will be wild steer and
-- -- ._ ___ o William A. Stern and wife The- '.
persecuted."I i--- wild horse
another and the upuhot of the riding with prizes to
am thankful that I have been given the opportunity Incident was that he brought a ELECTION ess-x: K. Stern Filed June' 3. the winners, wild cow milking. ", law ASI
Warranty Deed. M. A. Smith.iquldator ... ,_ >> As
I "
calf ..... .
the that unheard of in new wife home with.. _him_ __ the - I .Vt'Wi!.. cracklug end
to enjoy many privileges are ---- --- n unI of Bradford County o
I same night! PUT OFF many other attractions. The events
European countries. I -. AGAIN lank to Mary Smith June 6. I sponsored by the Saunders OL$58514J

k I "I am thankful that I have been given the opportunity ''A RUMOR is out that the site WILL BE HELD IN JULY Liquidator Warranty of Deed Bradford M. A, County Smith, Brothers, of Mlildleburg. and fes- I

t, to realize my ambitions which would have been for the new postoffice building IF FREEHOLDERSSIGN antic, to J. R. Hall and wife Essie tivities begin at*3 o clock. '

f, impossible had I remained in my native land. has been selected. So far as PETITION Hall filed June 11.Vl1rl'IInty 'L-1
this column there Is \ Lawtey Methodist
can learn Deed J. W.
[ "I am thankful that I live in a land where the future Already twice postponed, the Andrews.
to it. It still Jr. and
is his
nothing any- consolidation wife Nell Andrews,
election for Starke "Young People's Day" will be .40.21 8.25.17 .
r seems bright and hopeful rather than dark and hopeless. body's guess as to where you and Boatdraln sub school districts red Thtlma Andrews Larentauxand observed at the Lawtey Methodist

\! "I am thankful that I live in a land where the youth will be going a year from now will be re-advertised and called for her husband Jean M. Laren. Church on Sunday. The entire or- $615
X805 1
[ of all races have a tomorrow, rather than in my native to buy fountain your stamps and borrow Tuesday, July 26, It was announced and taux. and T. Frank Landrum. duly ler of services will be arranged In !
your Ink. legally appointed guardian of
pen following a keeping with the theme
r meeting of the and the
land where youth is without a tomorrow."I William
School Andrews a minor
Board here Monday. Castor. William Shaw, will speakon sX
am thankful that I am happy and free." WELL the Sternbergs are back Scheduled for Tuesday of this heirs at law of the late J. WAndrews "Through Eyes of Youth" at \4.a ;""f V a.1', a? f '

; You might think that these are small things-things we from West Point where they attended week it was found necessary to deceased to F. C. Hol- the 11 o'clock morning service. At
Ben's graduation. The postpone the election because June 14. he 8 o'clock evening service the
accustomed to that we never think about them. Yet a Deed. Emma G.
are so
Harvey to James
trip might be considered FRETIRE
a success sufficient number of signatures abject will be "Bravery Physical
if they were taken from us how great would be our sorrow from every angle. Ben got hltd not been obtained In the Theus Munds and Alma McQueen anl Moral." On Tuesday of lust it
They are small things, and yet they are the greatest things in his diploma (and a new car), I Starke district on petitions calling Warranty Twenty Deed acres A. June 14. veek members of the Sunday I
E. Wall and
Ruth made a broadcast Mr. and for the Ichool
election. It had already enjoyed a party at the
life. wife, Mabel par.
Wall and W. L. Wall
I Mrs. Sternberg got their picture been postponed once before be- and wife Murla tonage, and yesterday the annual I IM5PECTICW
E. Wall to L. B. t
-4) In "The Daily News and -HUSO of an Irregularity In publish. Alexander. Filed June 16 Sunday School picnic was held at '

I .LO! THE POOR I INDIAN-liE'S NOT SO DUMB Lillian well, we haven't had Inc the election notice. acres. 640 Kingsley Lake. j en! gladly check over j jftire 'JO
any special report on Lillian Efforts will be .
There is an element of humor as well as of sadness!' !' in the but we II bet she was the belle the necessary number made of to obtain algna- Warranty Deed, J. F. Kickllter A production record of 308 I / -remove mall piece
to Eva
Mae eggs
request of a group of "homesick" Oklahoma Indians that the of the ball---all seven of them tures (around 100) in the Starke Tax Deed to Thomas T. J. Alderman June 17. for I er bird In fifty-one weeks was | |' glace, tack, etc., before th<

from civiliza ( there was a dance every district in the next few : established by ten hens serious trouble Come IntothI.
'r Federal government help them to "run away days, ando 40 acres filed May 2. entered j i caua

tion." They explained that they were tired of trying to get night.) But to get back toRuth's o a sufficient number sign the Tax Deed to Carson M.\ Grlffls In a New York egg; laying .i free service No obliged
broadcast: it was one of late will be net for July 26. .''or 20 filed teat C0:1'1
, along in a white man's world and wanted to return to the sim- those things where they stop Tax Deed to J. May D. Crawford 2. for I

I i pIe ways of their ancestors. They proposed to do this by moving Innocent passersby on the street 10 acres filed May 2. t
and ask them all sorts of tricky return them we hope he, she
I; to some secluded spot, abounding in game and fish and questions. Ruth says they got It gets the earache listening to and Quit Daisy Claim Starling Deed, to N.Mrs.L. Starling Emma

i, forests. her up on a platform right on them. G. Harvey :3 acres filed May 10.

The leader!: of the delegation told the government's In- Broadway (Imagine!) and start Warranty Deed George W.

' Indians all full-blooded ed putting her through the SOMEBODY'S wrong somewhere. Abrams to O. Walton Abram and
: : dian commissioner that about 4,000 -
third degree. She Those who
j"it got so ex- saw McCall (the Edwin H.
-were prepared for the migration. All they asked of the cited they asked her the maiden kidnaper) here lust Friday say May 12.Deed. Abrams 10 acres filed

t. government was the land-a land that could become a "happy name of George Washington' what a clean looking young fellow Harriet H. Hubbell wid-
wife and all she could think of be But In
was. his
! hunting ground" in life-where they could hunt and fish and Monday ow and dlvlsee under will of John
was ROIlS The broadcast column
Betsy Walter' Wtnchell wrote i'. Horr, deceased and Joe
I' feast and work. wn" only local and Ruth Is glad the following harsh words on Mountjoy and wife Mary H.I I

I Jj' So here's wishing' tbe homesick Indians every success in because not many people In the subject:: "G-Man Hoover Vountjoy and William R.

New York know her anyway, slept with McCall two nights 'nil wife. Grace
their flight from civilization. There is absolutely no excuse she D. Porter and i2 $
I' IIays.WHOEVER handcuffed to him. As a re- "oaeph Yates Porter... .. _Jr._ and wife i 11
for inflicting these poor people with all the "modern conveniences suit. Hoover had to be delouaed. Wary B. Porter, and Mary n P. Harris I IN LUXURIOUS NEW XEPHTK: 11CI

enjoyed by the pale faces such as banal movies, in- purloined twelve I 80 filthy was FrAnklin Pierce I all heirs of Joseph Y. tOrVCST FABE!- CHOICE: OF a01JTIJ.
4 *... ... .. .. ...... _&I.. .-
phonograph records from the McCall. Ill.* newspaper photos deceased u.fc r .1. toRound Tr .. .
to J. .
I..tallment payments, screeching radios, and traffic jams. If E. w't ", et n.ridc M.l.e ..... 1.. N'a.. eMr .'"
,1 Z.T.A. houseparty at Klngsley made him look like a handsome, o Miy 13.Deed porter.j .. ... .. Ia .._. th .... .. 'Ie IYe .... .. 4ri.-'
they are ready and willing to forego these "luxuries" we Lake a week or ao ago. should clean-cut youth. He Isn't ac Harriet H. Hubbell ....-.1.'r Trip sound. TrID.1t'KYOviIi'.LI

think the Federal government should stretch a point and return them. Perhaps It was cording to G-men. Opinions and devisee under will of John F. _. .|.71S HMMI IIIJ'V1'O

: allow them to do so. all done In fun but It wasn'tno differ it seems- But we'd rather Horr, deceased and Joe \ BKtCH S3.IS !KW YORK

very funny especially to take the Judgment of Mountjoy and BEASLKVS SERVICE STATION
eyewitnesses wife Porter I
I When they find this' "happy hunting ground" we hope the girls who must bear the expense here than that of Mountloy, and William R. LACY CONWAY: AI. ....

they'll drop us a postcard. If it happens to reach us at a time of replacing them. "'4 Liter Winchell. writing from snd wife Grace D. Porter and

we're Pranks of this kind should be faraway New York where they Joseph Yates Porter, Jr.
struggling for air between an insurance salesman and a and wife .
looked upon In their true light think all Southerners are more Mary B. Porter and I 1 '
I Mary P. Har-
bill collector we're just as likely as not to join them. I I and If the purloiner refuses to or leas dirty, anyway rla all heirs of Joseph. Y Porter,

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