Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 3, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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>.
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Volume ID: VID04818
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RAIL HEAR PLEA BOARD RAILROAD ON TO JULY 28 Highway No. 28, QUEER FISH STORY New Rates On 'What the in LegislatureDid 80 Days Time Governor Says k kAd.Valoremlax 3

|y AGAIN FOREFJULYTTN Was OpenedTo Catching-a ten-pound black Cars In Effect What the -1931 Florida legislature :

Application, for Raise In Rate to bass and a speckled perch of did in the 80 days of Its labors "

Bo Made In Jacksonville, 11-2 pounds at the same time during a 00-day regular session

-' Travel with a pair of pliers I*' the and a 20-day( extra session: 1
A, meeting of the 'Florida state Monday fish story brought to town by Increase Set By Last Session Went Passed state inheritance tax law Must Be Cut Off

railroad commission has been an- J. L. Simmons, and he had Into Effect July 1st, Applying to be effective as long as the fed-!

nounced for Tuesday, July 28, at the fish to prove it. Had he to All.Car* eral law. Revenue variously estimated -

1"Take Up Much of Time the Mayflower hotel Jacksonville, Short Route Completed Now Lake been there a little sooner or at from several hundred Additional Source of Revenue to

dr Special Meeting Just to consider at a public hearing the City to Palatka later the story could not be According: to Information fur thousand dollars to four million Be Topic of Second Special ;'

Ended application of steam railroad carriers told, but Sunday was evidently fished by A. S. Crews, tag agentfor dollar annually. -

for an increase of IS per cent Final link of highway No. 28 between his lucky day. 'Mr, Sfm- Bradford county tags can still Passed state's first race track Governor Doyle E. Carlton i,

bIll to sweep ..tormfraughtj in all Intrastate freight rates and Palatka and Grandin will be mona was on the shores of a be secured at ,the half-year rate and pari-mutuel law overriding Thursday Issued a call for a sec-
j Uel from its path In favor charges. opened for travel tonight. It was lake not so far from Starke but' they will be sold under the governor's veto of measure. Revenue ond extraordinary session to the
and tax relief, leg- when he noticed new, schedule aa provided by the estimated to million dollars
continued up
revenue Application for a uniform Increase announced today by the T. B. Gll- a 1931 Florida legislature to conveneat
demanded by Governor wa made to the interstate lesple Company contractors, according splashing on rtno, surface recent session of the legisalture, annually 10 a. m. July 7.
: Florida lel'lalature"rdlnary some distance'out. this schedule raising the tag rateson Passed $1. OO.OOO annual appropriation
the commerce commission. The rail I to news story appearing ThinkingIt The chief executive limited the
session wa adjourn- road commissions of the various in Monday's Palatka Dally News. was caused bj a baby alligator heavy cars 33 1-3 percent. The act for standard eight second special session to passageof
after- only vehicle not feeling the weightof months school term in Florida
late Thursday and wanting one of the all the biennial
IDe die states have been asked by the fed- The rock on the 15-mile stretch regular appropriation -
eral board to conduct hearings and will all be laid by 5 o'clock tonightit varmints he, launched this this Increase Is ,the. privately counties and Increased motor ve- bill to elimination of ad va- )
wa called bymor boat and sceae. : owned truck. hicle licenses 33 per cent to provide
went to
lorem taxes
legislature express themselves in regard to the was stated although it will re- through. provision for
to convene July 7 for request of the carrier before the quire three or four days more for Coming up close he discovered i This Increase In tag price was $6,000,000 annually toward new sources of revenue and perfecting r,

d extraordinary session application la answered. shaping,and planing. the big bass trying to rid made necessary by the abolition school appropriation. One mill constitutional of the state tax collection/ .
of all other form of taxes on cars tax and other
mother attempt to to the Members of the Florida,rail body This will obviate the necessity of himself of the speckled perch sources machinery.The .
program suitable have he had attempted swallowand and trucks, a constitutional amend- expected to provide additional : call wa* issued shortly be-
,already expressed opposition traveling highway No. 14 to Interlachen -
ment to prohibit ad valorem taxesbetnl' fun .
e cuUve. to the plan holding that Florida and taking the paved coun- only partly succeeded. tore noon Thursday as both house, t""
by Invesi Both fish were still alive but assessed on this class of Passed new gasoline tax revenue I
ked by filibusters, would particularly suffer, becauseof try road to Gradln to connect with of the legislature awaited formal
and dlssentlon, the state's its geographical position and the 28, the route followed at the fight wa almost over property being voted by the peo- allocation plan sending three cents adjournment sine die of the 20-day
ple at the general election in No- of state six-cent tax to road department -
and Mr. Simmons had
tors and 95 representatives fact that long-haul, perishable j present. no special session which folowed Ira.iM
vember. and three cent to coun-
luded their eightieth consecu- freight originates in this state to a Meanwhile work is progressingon trouble in reachlnl'ut and Instructions received by Mr. mediately after the regular d
day In session yesterday with greater portion perhaps, than In the eastern portion of the highway getting a sure grip with his Crews contained the ties proportionately on basis of day session.
following and constructedroad
major revenue bills pliers on the bats and haulingboth popualtlon. area The text of the call:
few any other part of the country, I although the grading will not be-
schedule of rates, the old rates mileage.Passed _
which into the boat. that's
ted and many, several of be And "To the honorable member off
administration sponsored, RETIRES FROM STATE i completed it la until about September. Ing given an<2'the amount of the btU for levy of $1.50 tax the senate and the house bf reresentatlve. ...

into the discard. ATTORNEVSHIP expected. alLMr.. SImmons Is a plumber, new rate now In effect:,, on each $100 gross receipts of gas, .:
we Completion of the final link to
and while his -lot Motorcycles, from $5 to $1.M electric, telephone and telegraph
,, legislators failed during they this city give direct connectionswith story,JVU "It Is evident that another special -

meeting to adopt a gen- Col. H. V. Knight, who wa the Lake City,,shortening the distance questioned some" doubted flat.Automobiles for private use, companies.OOOOO Estimated* revenue session of the legislature is
$ annually.
| biennial appropriations bill first state attorney for the 26th nine miles A that he had his-tools with necessary. The general aproprlaation -
bridge over
gross weight less than 3,000 pounds Passed bill for tax of
and" b.e graduated
did adopt a general finished his four- him ihad to return bill has not been completed;
er Juddlclal circuit New River between Lake Butler
from BOo to OOc cwt.
to shore tQ' the per $3 on each $1,000 stock carried by additional of have
the state tax levy. I get sources revenue
to establish term of office last Saturday. and Starke ha been
year recently I
open- Automobiles for private use, all stores in state. Estimated $500-
I pliers. And that's not been provided to eliminate the
of the legislaby possible. x ,
are required His many friends in Bradford Ba- ed and with the completion of the passenger'capacity 7 or less, and 000 to $750.000 annually. ad valorem tax; nor has the tax:
the constitution.the ker and Union counties much regret stretch between here and Grandin,
grogs weight In excess of 3,000, Passed bill taxing each commission been
last moment effort, theta that his desire to enter the the distance to the east coast la from OOc to 75c per cwt. Issued by governor $10. Estimated collecting machinery perfected '
and house sent to the gov- private practice of law kept him materially reduced. Automobiles for hire under 7 as necessary '
revenue $100,000 annually.
"Now therefore I E.
r for approval an emergency from- standing for election. As The 100 miles from Palatka to cwt. ;
passenger from The: to $1 per Passed -
4-H Club Girls emergency Carlton, governor of the state of
nations bill, placing the state he was able, diligent the Lake of
attorney City Gateway by way and from $3 to 97.60 per palsen..r.Automobiles bill continuing 1820 measureIn Florida, by virtue of the power
appropriation bill In effect and Impartial and be became Gainesville was reduced to 84 for hire, 7 to 16 passengers effect for 60 days or until regu- and authority vested In me the
t maximum of 60 days, or until widely known as one of the most miles by the of the road
opening from $1.50 to $2 per cwt. lar biennial bill Is passed. constitution of the state do hereby k
er bill la enacted. Similar novas successful and' brilliant lawyers In to Grandin from which point traffic In Annual CampTuesday and from $10 to $10 per passenger. Passed emergency measure extending convene the legislature of the state

taken on an emergency the state. used the connecting county lateral Automobiles for hire, 16 pasaen time for fixing state, coun- of I Florida in extra session at the t

levy blU.e Col. H. V. Knight state that be to Interlachen coming Into -, I I ger and over $2 per cwt. and $20 ty and district taxes for year., capitol in Talalhassee, at 10 o'clockTuesday ;
legislature fell $7,500,000 will enter the geenral practice of this city from that point over highway June 23rd '
was a gala per passenger. Investigated charges to Impeach July seventh 1931, for
of producing sufficient reveto law at Starke in partnership WILL No. 14. The new routing cuts day for the members of the 4-H Trucks for private use under 4.- Comptroller Ernest Amos and the purpose of passing the regular

eUminate the state ad va- Col. D. ,E. Knight, and that they 9 miles from the distance to Lake Clubs of Union and Bradford counties -I' 000, 75o per cwt. cleared comptroller of all charges. appropriations bill, providing ,'

tax on real estate accord- will give special attention to the City and reduces with highway No. when they met at Interlachen Trucks for private use over .,- Investigated reported race track sources of revenue to eliminate the

to a statement of Governor criminal practice for the defense. 3 for the central section of the Scout camp for their annual camp. 000 pounds from $l.50 to $2.00 per legislation lobby and cleared all state ad valorem tax and to perfectthe

Ira in his last message" ,to a CoL A. S. Crews formerly state state. The girls were transported from cwt.Trucks officials legislators and certain tax collecting machinery of the

t mlon. attorney for the eighth circuit suc- M .- ?,the "Mitral polntT'i'of: the countiesby for private,use up to 4,- I persons accused. state-,
1IU to produce this cum and ceeded CoL Knight as state's at- buses. Camp-opened Tuesday 000 pounds solid tires, $2 per cwt. Investigated coat of educational "In witness whereof I have hereunto -

tttBsage of'a biennial ap- torney for the 26th circuit. He la Starke Wins afternoon and closed Saturday af Trucks for private use over 4- system In state and made recommendations set my band, and have caused
rIIUOIII and tax levy bllla that well and favorably known to the Again; ternoon. The camp was under the 000, solid 'tires from $2.00 to $3.60 regarding system. the great seal of the state of Florida :

ftmraor Issued his call for a people of this section as a conscientious direction of Miss Pearl Jordan per cwt. Investigated state finances; reported to be affixed hereunder at Tallahassee -

extraordinary, ,legislative and able prosecutor home demonstration agent and she Trucks for hire factory rated state deficit transfer and the capital of the state

a rarity in the state. Three In A Row was assisted by her sister Miss load capacity Included in gross loans of state general and school this 25th day of June, A. D. 1931.

otuai revenue measure were session. The house defeated a pro- Melrose Jordan. Miss Anna Hurst, weight up to 4,000 pounds gross funds. Investigation not and of the Independence of the

ell, the special 20-day( BOS- posal to ask the governor to iden- home demonstration agent of St. weight, from 75o to $1.00 per cwt. pleted. United States of America, ?the one

Just ended saw enactment of tify legislators holding other state The local ball club hit hard and Augustine had charge of the class .. Over 4.000 pounds gross weight' Investigated alleged forgery In hundredth and fifty-sixth year,"

i to tax utilities firms $tM on positions, or appointments. often last Thursday afternoon be- work, each girl making a novelty from $1.80 to $2.00 per cwt. connection with purported passage O y

WOO gross receipts and to set The sales tax and luxury tax hind great pitching of Speed Har- pocketbook to take home with Hearses, ambulances from $20' .to during regular session of bill to '

ted levy i on chain stores threats 'appeared In the special vey who had the Green Cove teamat them $25.00 flat.Dealers regulate laundry business. Investigation Forsyth Wins From
10 merchandise stocks session as they did In the regular his mercy throughout the con- Howard Moore and Frederick demonstration tags, sets not completed.

addition, the legislature pass- session, but failed to gain serious test. Only two singles were made Dodd did their part in making the of three from $13.50 to $15.00 per Received approximately 3,000

t till Increasing motor vehicle consideration. off the delivery of Harvey, and I I bathing safe and entertaining with set.For bills passed more than 500 mostly
tees an average, of 33 per Beside falling to provide new I for a couple of errors of the ex- water stunts and other. games of additional dealers demonstration I of local or minor nature. Edwards Second r
the added $6,000,000 revenue revenue suitable to the chief execu I cusable kind would have had a'' Interest. tags, above- one.,set $5.00 Regular session cost state approximately -

heed with other funds to bal- Uve ,the legislature adjourned; shut out. Besides only allowing: Friday morning the representatives each. $200,000; first special h
a $7,500,000 appropriationistandard without passing measures to alter I the visitors two hits he struck out I from the different clubs met Exempt or' official from.. 60o to session cost approximately $ OOOO. Last Thursday's feature bout

eight month school the state's Judicial circuits or for I 17 of the Green Cove boys. Barry in the pavilion and organized a $200 flat.Busses was not the feature-Roy Reynoldsin
congressional redistricting of the Wall's hitting and brilliant Junior Council, The officers elect- of 7 passenger capacityor INSTALLING EQUIPMENT the semi-finals, 8 round, with

enue from the state's pres- state. fielding around the keystone sack, ed were president* Annie Laura more shall pay in addition to the his opponent, Honey Boy Brad

tlx cent tax on gasoline was al- The house seeking calmer legislative -1 was another feature for the win Tucker of Hampton; vice-presi fee charged per hundred pounds ford, Jacksonville a game fighter

ted, according to demands laid waters in the second extra ners. Wall cut down several hits dent Doris Meade, Hampton; secretary hereinbefore provided, the fee per Factory experts are here this put on a bout that was filled with

i by Governor Carlton to con- session than marked the course of that were labeled for open ter- Dorothy Sapp, Starke; passenger capacity the same as Is week installing the new Western action from the opening gong

a long fight between large the regular and first extraordinary ritory. Jones Moore, Burney and treasurer. Reba Roberts Lake But provided to be paid for "For Hire"" Electric sound equipment In the Reynolds, who packs a knockout G

naall county delegations and meeting yesterday Wednesday Smith also hit well Moore and ler. The first meeting of the coun- buses. Trailers and semitrailersshall Gaiety Theatre the aparatus ar- punch In each hand but seldom

ocked the regular session and named a committee of twelve rep- Jones hitting for two bases. cil will be held in'Lake Butler the take the same fee aa providedfor riving Wednesday Plana for open- uses his right, went right to work "

hued well Into the special ses- resentatives to prepare a programof Summary follows: second week in September.The trucks. Ing with sound this week have been on Bradford putting him on the) q.
revenue and tax reduction legislation Starke AB R MAO morning hours of the camp School buses used exclusively for postponed on account of the timenecessary resin no less than eight times during

ey would be distributed: before the next session opensa Jones, cf 51200 were devoted to class work of different transportation of school children for installation of the the bout. Soon after taking a

cents to the state road de- week from Tuesday. Wall, 2b 5 2 3 1 2 kinds, and the afternoons from 75e to $1.00 per cwt. equipment Mrs. :Maddox announcing count of nine In the eight round.

t; one cent to counties on This committee is headed by Parks, o 4 2 1 2 IS and evenings were devoted to rec- Provided, small trucks made by that the theatre will open Friday Referee Dick Gore stopped the ti
the girls attaching small truck body to passenger 10th with one of the bout Bradford from fur ,
of population; one cent on Represenatlve O. Pierce Wood Moore, If S 2 2 2 0Ricloenbaker reation. Thursday evening July saving
watermelon cutting car chassis where not operated late Paramount productions. Mr.. ther and awarded the ,
of area, and one cent e.. Santa Rosa. Other member are: Ib 4010 9 were Driven a punishment
of contributed road mile Representative J. Henry Blount, of Burney 3b 40220 by Mr. and Mrs.. Brush of Inter. for hire, and where the load R. F. Demorest,will have charge fight to Reynolds on a technical w
baskets of fruit capacity Is less than 1,000 pounds, of the theatre.ASSOCIATION. knockout.
lachen. Lovely
Provision Franklin
was made In the Duval Sam E. Teague Redgrave, rf 4 1 1 0 1
and shall for the purpose of this act, the main bout had
that the, money to counties Dwight L. Rogers ot Broward, Smith ss 40200 given by Mr. and Mrs. Haley Forsyth In
be watermelons by"Miss Jones and be rated as passenger cars. BOOKS little chance to put-up- his usual ,
used of Voluala Dan
for reduction of 1 0 0
L. F. Chapman Harvey, 4 1
Y and O. Kanner of p others of Putnam i county added Provided that motor vehicles op- OPEN FOR MEMBERS good fight, a* his opponent Battling
special district bonded ChappeD of Dade. A. Totals 39 9 15 0 27 an
eas.tlelDpta Mr. Edna G. Fuler of Orange much to the pleasure, of those in erated solely a* wreckers, owned Edward, showed very littleto
Martin. and operated by a garage In con- Book of the Bradford County match,
,J warrant his having a
to raise the six cent J. L., Kelly of Pinella, J. E. Green Cove ,AB R, H A ,0 ,camp. -i1 '
tax 47 girtoattended csnip-and they nec'tlon with it* regular business, Strawberry and Vegetable Grower with the.pride of Bradford. ForsyUx
to Bullard of I
III IddtUollal eight cents by levy Larson of Clay B. K.of Martin. Rivers rf ,40001Jennings were as follows: .e shall pay a flat rate of $23.00.for a Association are now open for put his man'away In the second, r
Were two rent excise Polk, and A. B. Rowe 2b 4001 4 Edna Harrison Eleanor Harrison license tag. enrollment of members for next Matchmaker Prevatt bad contract
defeated In two Instance: Many bills, to provide revenue cf 31000 ... .
Brooker to official of the
i4* Dorothy Smith.,Reva Roberts, season, according ed ,with Burkal to meet ForsyUi
,, laws' ,
r days of the extra ses- to establish new 0 1 2
1 0
a* well a* Plgue. 3b to .
die Iva Andrews. Earneateen Andrew, BOND IS REDUCEDFOR: organization and In the maID bout.bu& at the last
._Telfnor recommendedtion of another nature were left to Cooper, ss 4 0 0.4 1 EX-GOV.: CATTS affiliate should do so. The association him.
..... Lucille Mlzelle, Mildred Hundley, minute ran out on 'The..methlDl' j t I
to relieve- state and house calendars a* 4 0 1 2 2Aacberd "
on senate Clarke, If Is with northern -
before and Is
John Dorothy White, has happened ,
;et trout$ .la*000 arlatas ,from the extra session rolled into history 1U ,4 '0 1 0 10, Martha Marjorie Johns Marie Hlnson Alberta Tampa, June SO.Bond'bas been firm at the present time for no fault 'of Mr. Prevatt. 'and bo'llwbo

to bank and loan or Carter, o 80004 Hlnson. Catherine Dowllng, reduced from $20.000 to $5,000 for contracts) during the coming year, contract to fight for him! and II;
funds from various Investigation of an allegedfor- Ivey, p 4 0' 0 1 0 Lofseile Dowling.' Beatrice Zach- Sidney J.; Carts, former governorof 'and other crop than strawberriesare then take a dive by not showing; I

-.Ullents.aeaate gory of a bill to regulate operation Total 31 1 2 9 24 arias, Zoe Zacbarias. MoDeleD Robert Florida under indictment on a to be handled In this manner. up wltt- have no opportunity to
tWice passed bills for of laundries was under way Score by Innings: In counterfeiting Person Interested In the ,workof thl
nt,_ two *. Lota Mizelle Mary Moat Alice federal charge of aiding a fight again In arena- '
cent tax. The house today as the gavel of President Starke 20012 103 x-9 the association are Invited to at- and
-- Mast, Esther River, AUlo Mae scheme several year ago, Jerry Smith Hollywood Kid
-.ate -.ofttUMcI to receive WUtaker of the senate and Speaker -' O., C.S. 00000100 Driggers' Lawanna Thomas. Dor- federal agent said today. tend the meeting to be held In Thompson of Green Cove put up a

blU. The second time, Lewi of the house rapped In ,Errors: Jennings 3. Pique Cooper othy Meade, Doris Mead. Merle Carts they, said, went before1 Starke Friday night July 10th. slashing ,fight for nearly four h

referred the measure to unison to end the session. The Investigation Parks Burney Smith 2. Johnson, Vivian'1' Brannen, Oveda United State Commissioner W. H. r round, when Smith war awarded y''

after committee which held it will be continued In the 2, base bits: Jones, Moore. Brannen, Alva Fowler. Dorothy Milton. at Marlanna last week and EXTRA SESSION! HAD a technical: knockout over Thompson -

leCI81aUYe business was second extra session. Sacrifice hits: Moore Redgrave, Sapp; Rocffle Sweat Edith Moore, was granted a reduction. The formal I rAY ROLL OF '"- who was unable to continue. "' ,

r today. I Legislator and the several hun Ivey. Lois Moore. Alice Newbern Geraldine order. had not been signed by r _. Simon Phillips LawUy, and 4
fate befell the admlnls- dred attaches of the senate and Struck out by Harvey 17 Iv'y,2. John, Vera'Claire Robinson Judge Akerman but it.was expected State Treasurer W. V. Knott Troy Icing Lawtey, fought a three
fie favored bill to tax kero-! house started to their homes Immediately Umpires: Montieth and McNeil; .Annl 'La.ra..Tucker.t.LUl1an some time this afternoon.' Thursday said the 20-day special round. draw.RECEIVES.

$ cents a canOD. The aensatd after adjournment for scorer Doyle. Tucker. Lou ss Knight Howard The former executive was tried session of the, Florida legislature, .

the blu'Pecial but conslden.-'' the respite granted them betweenthe Moore. M/ c.. Wynn and Frederick two years ago. but the Jury failed ending at noon, cost the state $48- APPOINTMENTS''
definitely Postponed byed two sessions. to agreo. Retrial was postponed 000 In salaries of legislators and
LEGISLATORS HOME Dodd. I of Judge A.2.. AdUns and Cot A. \\
for admInJ.traUoa from time to time because of the attaches of both houses.Cost
bill a .tate mildew on avocado and other expenses was S. Crew have received their commission
tax com- Powdery of the BANK CLOSED SATURDAYThe physical condition of the aged de printing
Ukewye was indeftntelya trees can be controlled by spraying Following adjournment last fendant. not Included In the figure, Knott as circuit Judge and state A,

or thIn the bowI ID closing with 4 ounce of potassium extra session Senator of the E.legislature M. Johns andRepr..enetatlve Bank of Starke will be closed H* was bound over to the grand said. The salaries were paid he attorney. respectively, ,for < the

1 session. sulphide dissolved in 10 Thursday. Wainwrtght Saturday, July 4th. It being a jury In Walton county last weekon twenty-sixth: : Judicial circuit, com-
N. D. said.The
: end anlmocltles according to the Florida Experiment and enter- 60-day regular session of posed of Bradford Baker and Union -
fre- water, for the few days legal holiday. and patron are asked charge of breaking
Gee returned home counties. The senate confirmed
ta during the apeclal Station. of the second extra to bear this in mind. Ing a cafe. Catts said he enteredthe 1931 coat approximately $200,000
bait prior to opening '' salaries and other these appointments, last Thursday
progrese place to collect a small loan.o Including printing
fuona session on July 7th.. Both mem- before adjournment of the $S
reach shortly
to .
and ever distributing
inquiries Into The first hogs the Delray Beach Company < expenses.Clearwater
ei+te have been continuously on extra session, four circuit Judge
landed In bers :
departments Births
t1 ,and into North America were bottled gas seek franchise ,
s of the state u a Florida/ In the early part of the job since convening of the legislature the for construction of gas plantin Mr. and Mrs. Win. Prlofle, B. B. Food and eighteen state attorney being'
DeLeon and April oth and are hopeful June 30th. Store opened la this city Included In the list.
"'v c. namt&I condl- 16th century by Ponce third session will be a short one. city to coat about 100000. eon I
of the extra DeSoto. .

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counties are God so loved where they I
Union God Loves-For and Cleon.
and How
f Proton of Bradford speech which easily distinguished er In BH of NBU, of S.o .. t
aoUvtte, organizations and an- world that he his only with relatives until Mr. Wooten'sreturn. of NWa, __ 14 5 20
I department for news of church them. In Matthews 28:73: the servant the gave 13 & W44 New Lawrence Wigeln,
re- ,Lot I ..
made-the be- All Bile SS x
and whosoever
DO.--ata. Space freely given no of the high priest said to begotten Son, that River In E% of NBU, of ,
4t gelremeat, being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday Peter, "Surely thou also art one of leveth In him should not perish, :Mrs. J. T. Moore was a visitorto S.e 13 WH of NWH -14 8 10 Lawrence W1eclnl '

otherwise they cannot be handled for current Issue.nornl betrayeththee. but have everlasting life. JohnS Jacksonville Friday. All Blk 41 ex Lot 18 New w II
them; for thy speech M.. B. and River In of NE% of
pad Mrs. F. Skipper
." What and who is the Holy : 18. 8.0 11 & :\S of NW44_-54 1 10 Wigglne Brol.
plication." I r was the Holy Spirit! What* God. and how should we baby of Jacksonvile spent several All Blk 44 *t. S ll 6 - -.
Spirit read- of last week with his sister 17 I N.w River In BH of
about Him
Answer day
SCOOOX During thla waiting ( sent to mankind T What is the worship of 8.0 II A WH of

t I-! I being present) they chose and ordained work of the Holy Spirit?' Can we I John 4.:24.: Mrs. E. 1C. Burney. AI11Blk NEW .{ ._f 1 ____24 8 10 WI..ln. Brea ..
5 8 -
., :Matthias to take the placeof July' 9 Miss Jewel Boyer of Ocala spent ex
know Jesus without the guidanceof 7 8 New Rlv.r in BH of
t Who Shall Enter-Not every one Monday with Miss Guilds Marie .
Judas as an Apostle. the Holy Spirit f >' of'Boo !
N1 !
t + that saith unto me. Lord, Lord, Thede \ ___. ___! It S SO Wiggins Bro. .
; FOR JULY 5, 1BS1 While they were thus waiting What effect did the coming of Lots Al'Lot.1I'racl I '-- .
of and :Mrs. Tatum and :Mra.Paul .1
hall enter Into the kingdom Mr.
and praying, "suddenly there camea the Holy Spirit to the discipleshave 1 1 a 10
will Booker and baby of Defend, IS of BIle 47 New RiverIn
heaven but lie that doeth the
' :
of the Holy heaven of a rushIng and their work?
Subject: The Gift sound from as on them ; BH of NBM!! of Sec IS
Spirit. mighty wind, and it filled all of my Father which Is In heaven.- spent Friday with :Mr. and :Mrs. wof NWU ..__It. 'soso EmU Mitchell _

Golden Text: "Ye shall receives the house where they were sitting." WEEKLY SERMONETTE Matthew 71: 21. Geo. Roberts. They were accompanied 8 15 A Of SWH Of NWH 14NBH 1 IS Lawrence WlggliWallace 1 1_
for and expecting What Is promised when we ask, home Saturday morning: by of 8WH\ .x I A In NW -Hi
power after that the Holy They were praying Cor for school 17NW44 1 so It
L la come upon you; and ye shall be the Holy Spirit, yet they "Fruit of Obedience and Love seek and knock T \>Answer read- Miss Luella Tatum, who has been \ 01 NE4! ___.__.-_-11 S 10 40 T. B. Edwards Nedd _"_lit I
. I here for sometime.Mr. BBU fOf awn ay, of SH -'-
Matt. ,1:7. visiting
unto both In Jerusalem were probably surprised when .It 23 24. Jesus said: He : I
witnesses me. John 14:21 . and Mrs. E. E. Burney and oC SJil 34 ... .I5 < so 80 :Buirene Bryan
', J; and In all Judaea, and la came. It was not a rushing wind, that hath my commandments and WIi, of H W3 __II so 80 1. N. Newell : -II
children Mr. and :Mrs. F. B. Skipper __::=____11 A -II
uttermost but had such a sound. The sound that lovethme BAPTIST of SB'- 10 80 L N. Newell ..
Samaria, and unto the keepeth them, he it is and Richard Thede spent Sat- P1E44 of NEK! A NII of -..
part of the earth. Acts 1:8.: filled the house where the discipleswere : and he that loveth me chall be 8ffi44 _ ____-8! I SO 120 T. M. Stephens ,.
Lesson Text: Acts 1:6: -9; 2:1- and doubtless attracted others loved of my Father, and I will love Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. urday at Klngsley Lake. 8111" of SEW"SWftof_____N 11 1 10 40 A. L. Green _____--k.

s a a to the place. "And there appeared him, and will manifest myself to Thomas, supt Attendance and of- Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thede All of WK road of. -____SW14.__IS S soso 1 D J. O. Green Jr.

Time of Lesson Pentecost, Sunday unto them cloven tongues him. 23. If a. man love me, he will rings good. Our Sunday school spent Sunday in Lawtey and All WV4 of 8WK of 8W%, a l

after the like as of fire, and it sat upon eachof words and Father gave $10.00 last Sunday to our Klngaley Lake the guests of bIB of road -.7 ____" 1 15 A. L. Green -__--- I
fifty day passover, keep my ; my NKU of NE __. _, II 0 so 40 .. .
;'' Sabbath A. D. 80. them." will love him, and we will come unto orphanage at Arcadia. brother, R R. Thede and family.J. sm--of NEVi __--:-_II 8 SOso 40 ElIss Wilson .,::?::II.

I Place: At Jerusalem.Introduction This emblem of the Holy Spirit him and make our abode,with Worship at 11 a. m During July H. :Moore and son, D. W. m\4, flf SW'" of SWH ..

;p : "For forty days came from God as the one source, him. 24. He that loveth me' not the evening services win be ,dls- Moore returned horn Friday from 5W54 flE\4\ or of 8EV1 8W 34____.SS II 'I I SOso 80 40 Alfred w. R. Thomas--Hodge =:::II

: following the resurrection Jesus but the flame separated Into keepeth not my sayings: and the continued. Ft. Meade where they have been af sB44 ________u 1 89 Rob.rt Matthews--. _1E4 /
Ilk fire "and sat We to attend the morning sometime shipping corn. W H of NBH\ &NWU NH _
and associated with a treat tongue upon word which hear is not mine, urge you .
met of
L :ye 8WNW4 \\4 NWH of BBKS1 '1'. It ,
1 variety of persons. He talked with each of them." There Is only one but the Father's which sent me. services. < :Miss Florrie Terry has returned ..11 A III 6W COIr _It 0 f0 160 Knar.n. Bryan --t

some of his closest follower Individually. source from which the blessing of Prayer: Lord, Thou knowest all -- .._ t. -- I home from JacKonvllI where she i, 'tI;Y4 . . ___$4 S let II' U. F.

He met othera In small, the Holy Spirit comas, and it things: Thou knowest that I love 1PIlrCI Y'1'11yttANServices Spent several daya. "1J! A of NNy.: _II 1 I' 110 Emplr.Wiggins Lumber_ _Co.__---n_

i Croup on various occasions. Once comes from God to each Individual Thee., Miss Catherine Blahchard visited NW( .. _ ____ I 7 10 lIet 1C. V. It Lawrence

L,a : '' separately. No person can Sunday July 5, as fol- her sister :Mrs. J., B. Dye at NWY4. of NWK I 7 10 tG W. R. Hodge._.__. _II It

bunBred give out to another any part of Iowa: Klngaley lake last week. i NEye of NB3, -........_-. 4 7 10 tet W. R. H04IrO. II

that spirit All one can do Is to DAILY BIBLE READINGS 10 school lesson for :Mesdames Enoch Grif In, W. C. 8111 of NEUANHOf I Ix .JDf4
I a. Sunday right! ____ SLot 10 111 John J. .___,.
earth of direct another to the common Ry of way 1 Morgan T1:
from the In the Wooten and E. E.
presence j study "The Gift of the Holy Spir- Burney spent 1 of Bill 1 In Ward
< .the diaciple .,source from which It come The July > It". J. M. TnibyVj-upt Wednesday in Jacksonville the City'a 1 SO ](rs. Laura E. Baxter _

k Just before ascension a* told In fire of the'Holy Spirit cannot be Riches Have Wing*-Labour not of Elder and Mrs.: H. V. Lot S of Bill Iia Ward. ,.
11 wor8bJp'.rmonby guests
; s m. Momma City. _ __-_______ S 7 SO W. W. Ward ___JLIlira.
Vii our lesson for June 14, Jesua said kindled by any earthly power. to be rich: cease from thine own thepastor.Sr*"" Skipper. Lot I of BIle I In Ward .

make i City _ _______ ___ S SO B. J. Ward ___
to Ills Apostles "John truly baptized "And they were all filled with wisdom. For riches certainly 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor topic Lot 7 of Elk I In Ward- 7 _'

t. with water; but ye shall be the Holy Ghost, and began to themselves wings; they fly. away. "What Unchristian.' Patriot..! Key West-Granday Pineapple City '---_ __ I 7 SO Mrs..Laura B. Baxter.
'1 baptized with the Holy Ghost not speak with other tongues .. 'the Proverb 23: 4, S. lam?" Leader;Vennor Lowry. Canning plant, branch of Thompson Lot B ot Bill ,I In Ward .-

many day hence. Spirit gave them utterance" Only II Why is the present time so Important 8 p. m. Evening worship song intersects opened employing Lot1 City S -1 -4-8 of Blk "8-In- l 7 20 Unknown - ...._

But the disciples still thought i the Holy Spirit can give to any ? Answer read -'2. Cor. and sermon.. ,. I 75 people. I Ward City _ ________. 8 7 20 John J Morgan ??__ I
Fracl BIll: t In Ward City_ I 7 20 B. T. Stewart ,
the of Jesus and of, 6:2.
to be vision
Kingdom was person a knowledge : f --
and .
Prayer meeting Wednesday, at. Arcadia Dewey Robinson Lots 10 of Blk 10 In Ward ,
temporal and political. It la, therefore Jesus as the Christ and of the pur- July 4'I 8 p. m. E.: W. Morris opened electrical shopon City __.. t 7 20 W. W. Ward ._._._.
natural that they should ask, pose of his life death and resurrec- Shall not Want-The Lord la my Lot 1 of Bile 11 In WardCity.
A cordial invitation to all our East Magnolia streetPlant __ ____.__________ 8 7 SO Mrs. Laura E. Baxter.
"Lord wilt thou at thla time tion.The I shall not
restore want.
Shepherd; Surely services extended to all. City-Grading under wayon Lot 1 S of BIle 11 In Ward
again the Kingdom of Israel disciples were then able to goodness and mercy shall fololwme state road No. 17 between here City _fBlk"ii"1wuii 8 7 SO W. W. Ward .___.
T" Jesus said, "It Ia I not for speak as the Spirit gave them ut all the day of my life; andI Lot 4 _
Key Weat Hatching crawfish and Polk county line. 8 7 20 Mr.. Laura E. Baxter.
you to know the time or the seasons terance. They could speak In their will dwell In the house of the Loltl fBut'lrVi rii
resumed at state hatchery on Por- Tybee Beach formally opened.- City _ _________ 8 7 20 __
but ye shall receive pow. own language and "with other Lord for ever.-Psalm 23: 1, 6. W. W. Ward __
ter dock, foot of Duval street Jasper News. Lot 11 11 of Blk 11 InWard
er after that the Holy Ghoat Is tongues. Why should .we wait on the City _______ S 7 20 Hr. Laura B. Baxter _
come upon you." And then Jesus "And there were dwelling at Lord? Answer, read.Psalm 62::5 NOTICENotice Lot S I of Bill 14 In Ward
City _ ________
I. hereby given that the toilowln d..IM" lands wilt be sold S 7 10 W. W. Ward __
ascended out of their sight Fifty Jerusalem Jews, devout men out 6. Lot 11 of Blk 14 In Ward

4 day later. "When the day of Pen. of every nation under heaven." July 5 at Ird public day of auction.ald month on the b.rore FIRST the MONDAY Courthouse IN AUGUST Door at 1111.Starke It belnr In Bradford the. Lot- City 1 1_ of_ _Blk____11__In_Ward I "7 10 Mrs. L. F. Godwin _

tecost was fully come, they were "Now when this was noised abroad, The Way of Safety The Lord county' State of Florida 0. .0 much thereof a. will b. necessary City _ ___________ 17 SO _* W. W. Ward _..___
to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the together with
all with one accord In one place." the multitude came together, and knoweth the way of the righteous; the coat: of such ale and advertl.ln. C. A. KNIGHT same Tax Collector. Lot 7 of Blk II In Ward

''The place where they were.assembled were confounded, because that ev- but the way of the wicked shall City i"l" _______ 7 SOSO _. Mr*. Laura E. Baxter.J. -.
Lot. 4 10 11 of Bill 15
Is not known; perhaps In ery man heard them speak in his perish. Psalm 1: 6. Drerr11tia .... T. R. A. Owner .Taxes CelleNWNE4 In Ward City __ ______8 7 D. Baxter, Quar __ i
the "upper" room where "Lord'sSupper" own language. Some think it wall Why should we sing and rejoice? Lot 6 of Blk II In Ward
Instituted Verse .. 8% City a 7 SOSO E. T. Stewart _._...
waa the "sound of I a rushing mighty Answer read Isaiah 49:13.: : 4"o f 8WV ___.t 17 11 81) E. B. Murhee .... ., 14.81 W (0 ft of Fraol Bik 17 In
of Chapter 1 says they "continued wind" that was "noised abroad." July 8 Nor et Ward City _ ______ 8 7 Evelyn W. Rodgers _.. I
7 1! { JI. Mattttsew.n $Li1
with one accord In and and other think it the God 1 : : Q Lot 12 11 11 of Blk 10 In
prayer sup was speak Trustworthy Behold, All SW44 01 8A8 of' Ward City _ _____ t 7 SO Stewart Mills ____---I

.-. -- -. nJ--8 fU 1 JO let E. A. Xab.l &app __ ....1of1U lot 5 87 8 of Blk 10 In
'W NWY n%--Ai ifli Ward City _ ______ 8 1 SOso H.. P. Oaln.y .__. I
"" W of public road Lot 0 of Bile 11 In Ward
aA a All Wee of 5E34 N of City :1 __________, i 'I W. W. Ward ___ 1
mill branch _ _____11 S let fet 3. P. Dowling ______ 10,64 Lot 7 t 9 10 11 of Blk II -
AU NE44 Clf Ir8\4:\ JD of Mo- In Ward City _ ________ a T so B. P., Lewis ____....--1
t Kinney Branch.--11 I 10 20 3. P. Brewer _____ 11.81 11 of Blk IS: in Ward '
a iE44 -______N---f1l 0 IG tG Lawrence Wlgglns __ ".00 Local ---?-_?- 8 7 SO -' W. W. Ward ____
e SWOf NNWW\ & Lot IS off'islkfl In Ward
r of __11 S 10 10 B. r. R.nfro. _____ 11.018W City ____ g 7 10 Mrs. Laura B. Baxter _. 1
of NW'4. lea Railway . 8BH of N14'7% of BBH .
..Ilfht of way -----11 0''' 10 II' O. W. Sapp .:...__._..__ 11." Ex RT right of way 9 7 ,10 108 David Coleman . __. 11
y. 8Ei4 of NB\4\ I I-t .0.... 844 0 f NE4 a 5E34--f10
In 8m Jor of NA4 of "NW%> 7 SO ISO F. S. Fowler .___..--Ot
Nffi44 _ e -- _; U S let U B. r. Renfroe _____ 10.01 NEU iYNWU Wjfof
HF.\4\ of H1II ( .X irA In Bl9Cor NWH right of
NW4 of NE34 BIt: waT.. ..yxtt7, __10 7 let 108 David - --It8E44 I
2 A Jo em Co __....14 1 10 re E., A. & K.bel Bapp ___ 11.11 of SE44 _ ._ __10 t IG 40 M. F. A Lawrence
NW% of SW44 ___II I IG '10 ::1. W. Townsend ___ 18.11 n _ II8w44 1
BE" of BW\4. ___.___11 a IG 10 T. B. Edward. ______ 18.11 of NE34 a NW44 of Wlgglns. ----
844 of 8W Ol SE'4 ____II I 10 10 Abram Kelley : ___ '..11H ___ Co. 01NW
t of 8W14 ot BE" ____11 e let IG Hannah Williams. _ '.U Hof Bwy dti NWt of12s T 10 80 Empire Lumber -

y BWNW34" aEN .. SW4.ot\ \ of W3 __14 7 IG 60 T. D. Lltchfield ---36
1 of SW\16 aN44 B ot'sw of 8W44 _....14 7 10 10 Unknown _ _____- .
of 8111% -__---21 6 IG 740 Farmers & Deelere B.nkl1l.11 HE\4\ of H.ti4\ ____15 Lawrence
ao A
T 40 M. F.
ti 5BlQ of 8W -8s. I IG to Lawrence Wlgglnr ____ 18.18 _ 31
11 In SEt of NM4i Corn ... ._ .. ,_. ._ ". .'...... NWJS of ____.15 7 IG 40 David WIggins Coleman _-_- ::-1J
at Branch .t Cop of 011ver ;..::.- All of Nays N of
road-IB T 10 6 M..F.
ILeF land as run W 880 It '..__ T _ -- 1
Wiggins --
- S to W. lL Green's land ; "- .'-' S 10 A Of SEVi of.SW% _15 7 so 10 Hutchlniion Shoe Co. I
W to OuJl.y B..aneh. H on r
Branch to larger Branch ,,_ NEV4 of 8BU\ lest S 8 A__18 7 20 14 David Coleman .-- 19
I II 1 1I9
; .sl'lJlOo up said branch to Com at pt 739 1-1 ft W of

s bag _ _________11 IO 11 Lawrence Wiggins _. .11 NE Cor of W% of NBU A
. run W on S.o Line 731 ft
1 A In BE\4\ of NBI4 1"ln" . ". :,. thence 8 H mile thence IT
W of 44 mile post 1111 It .. . B 7SS ft thence N to beg-17 7 20 44 Mr*. B 3. Ward ---- II
to a poet. I" Branch to .4. W ..1 of SW% of NWH ___IT 7 20 SO B. A. Foxworth ------
place c:: fhmno 1"{ ... ." SH of Lot. IS lees 1A In
600 ft T SB!! Cur B of Ry A that
/ thence along run of " portion ' N34 of lot 11 ty 41
Branch thence. to b.1r In W of Rtr-I: A ____.__ 7 10 80 i D. Baxter --------
where post stands _:' _11 10 I Lawrence Wiggins _ .... 8Wv of NE- of

ns . ,.......,.. o e. AD.paaQa Fran In By Blit of 4 NE\cI.In\ New Clf. Hem River 28 .._-._ ;-' a- -" :- H NW VU< A of NBU of 8W\\ A

"lOr- a W44 01 HW\4\ _________U I .10 e- Lawrence WI..lns_ 1.11 NWJof B1AofNW44>
u#",o. j4l.S.. 41of ... "1 !!N5 N..., !tl'te. In _ r"W"14 __ _12 7 SO SIS Hutchinaon Shoe Co. _110

rL: FREE TIRE INSPECTION Lot. I of BIll N\: $)1Iew1."ofII"-.:Inffi It I 10 Lawrence WI..ln. _ 1.11 5W44.\ NWH_ \ A NyFj4 of.ItNBH 7 20e. ,L. W. -8ow.llUnknown --- 41

28 a of NBU .x 1 Ala NB II
". of of Hm NW\4\0'.00 U" I !-Lawrence Wllglas . 1.11 Cor for school _________JlNWH 7 10 II -----:::: nI
rN ,..... ....cW..fIHI.1. 1) _." ala ,et Lou WWt 1 to U U of BiiiNewRlver I of NWH ________118BU 7 SOEfNwf t.. 'Unknown' --
of NBH .X I A In NW 40
-r See II In W\4 111", of 01 NW NB44of %_U S 10 WI..lns Bros _ '.u' Cor A NH of 8SU: ___...IS "7 10 111 Mr*. s. B.! Tblgp$44W nB --

....,rb y without. wseq about".... '" Lou 14 of Blit P-New River o44f of SBH 8B3',of 8BH *11 7 10 10 L.- Fr.aoott -- 11B34

t Oil. *8S....irgi1S'TI S tipallW isr S lnMs y II"In W4y B4! ot ot HW\4 NB4t\ of__Sea AU .I let W1..ln.. Broe' _ _._ 1.11 of t'8mll.NWU of 803CIS ol:\8W34 a T 18, 10' Bank.of Stark. B
fate 1 I I 4 I 1 11 01 Bllr lNew Pr8 H ..f 8WH _ ____It 1. let. .et Bank of Stark. --

'r .V-&IIr ........* SislAiSi.slDi.Wii< of Bee River II A III W3b Al4 of of NWi4.34 NID'4 S, I' Wlgglns Bros. _-_ Com run at B NW 415 Cor yd.of 8.0 440 IS yde 4k '

t .p113tt iiMgerO\_.. r Lots I I 01 BUr 11 New River W 41( yd. N 44"yds to pt
.. in 11\4: of NB'I4Of' Bee of beg14 A also com at
1 ) ..._ I...............a.Ml irMase)4) 22 a W\4, otNW l$' U I 10 Iawrence Wlgslae __ 1.71 NW Cor of See IS run
::- All B1I1 11 a Lou 1 II Nrw B 450 yd. 8 440 yd* to apt
River I. A44 of H1II of of keg thence B ISO
5e0 .I W\tOI, NW II I 10 '- Lawrence 'Wiggins _. I.U yd* 8 10 yd. W ISO yd*
Lou 111 11 ew <9> N ISO yd. to the pt of beg
r allliq wind i...Id".IIIw' River is B ce NA4t of _72 A _II 7, 2e 101''Wiggins Smith
t'1 ... II a W f ot NWp 10 Wlgglns. Bros.2.51 NH *r NEH'UMVA.In
f.ounhtOee/ yots$4187 915111i8 hit. nor for church ______._SO 7 10 7t ,Truman D. PralS -
.. BIll 11 New WH, of 8WH of KBH BHol .11
St II & BBH of NW14\ -. 18H 11 49 R ft RoI.r---- It
I' Lawr.nce Wlgglns _ _1""
Lots NlIIX'.O> Mii i 1if4 of NWU of BWU ___ 1 I SI 1* TvV- H. MorgenAof --
). ,... 49s.t75 11 New River In fNW ooh NH,
1 ; of Bile &* 01 1NB I
Ee4of of HE"of._S.e_...II....14 a It lAwrence Wlgglns _11.17 % _ ______________ I 11 SS, Gordon GrMfl __ II
t IIL __ NW" sm\4\ .f 8E -__.___..._.11 I 11 10:1. D. Carmlchael_ I
..... II! Lots I 0 1111 11 of Bile 11 ,11 I 11 4* J.,D. Car.jlcha.l __1
;i' lilt .. New River III A44 01 NE44 W _:____14 I 11 10 J. D. Carmichael _
Lawrence ...
... of llee II & W\o 0' HW\4.1t\ ; I Ie Wiggins N ] of NW} _18 I 11 Je Horaee Norman = it
_' BIll 110. Lot I. New Riverto W of HW ot NW14 _.18 I 11 10 'Mies Dora Clark 1
SM : 7._ n4 of NE 4 of 8" 21a BH'01 Hm", of Hm'4 _14 I 11 let III. Dore" Clark ---- I
W ot NWY It II Lawrence Wltrlas _ '.11 BH of BWH of 8W'4 17 I 11 let Mr.. JL Q. EdwardsAI
; ..' Lot 1 0 Silk It New Riveri. 8WH of NEUN of road

y f.'db.. 'L t us.WII .. ..w41 Ay4, of 01 HrActf ew II U. 10 Ueknewa. ___ 1.1' .W3BzWIAaex2A A I A lnNB Cor of 8BH T

6aadw/ WsW )'' '.. All Blka 11 fi 11 for road _ 17 8 22 II'R.: B. ....--tt-
It New River In A'4 of s All NWH of 8BU 8 of Call
H1 \\4'of 8" U & W\4, of at ex: l A in SW cor 105 ft II
e Lew ..,C..ON ALL srlrss.Y HW ___River It I 10 Lawrence Wlgllns _ U." By 410 ft ____II 8 II. 1 E. D. Card -_
Lot. t 1 of Ellr II Com on N line of NWH of.
In EI4I of Nm"( of Bee BBU on B side of Chreht
\ II a WK ot NW" _U S let m. A. & Mallei 8app 1.11 *. run 8 on said et 175 ...
Lots II of Elk II New River ft B 110 ft N 171 ft W 119 .
III Be of HE\4\ of SeoU ft to beg; -- -. -.t* I II -, E..A. Smith
n wt 0' NW'4 It S It Lawrence Wlgglns __ I fit Beg 40 7t B of ear of ,
Register's Garage AU Bill II .,. Lot 1 New BH of NWU\ .f 8BU of
River In B4 of NB44 0' rte A It ft S 105 I
see IS & wiS of NW44. Ie S let Lawrence Wiggins _.1t.1I W 80 ft Nffi101 to big _tla 1 II, L. Co Hobbs -
Lo' 1 01 Bill 55 New.RlverinN B.. NB eor of BH of
. I Florida of z"o' Bee f8a HW'4.o' BBH .f NE44' .A
Starke I 'l of !.. 24 1 II -"III. A: & Kabel "pp 2.24
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9, 1891
'-, n_______ PAGE TJIKEJII
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of Florida In Short Paragraphs -

News In tho two preceding articles of !! *

this series we discussed the vegetable Ccnit4eyowi fawsp a aDon't

food of the quail and suggest

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD ed methods of increasing this nee

essary part of the food supply alone

means of Increasing the numbers -

of these fine game birds. la Rasp Your Throat

BY OUR EXCHANGES this article we will discuss the

foods drawn from the animal kingdom -
--- 4
... not because this class of food I

boat Potat-Fire destroyed tin handling six to eight earn at a trip lends Itself to artificial Increase With Hars'hIrritants

I of the Brooker Lumber Com' across this water separating Camp] but because it la necessary to know

end a warehouse of the Lake Walton from Port Dixie. Thii all sources of the quail's food supPly '

Company of Caw! ferry I* free to the public and It to properly understand and

e supplY with a loss estimated kept In operation twenty-foui evaluate them.Contrary : :
2 I i
tflelala at .0,000.( hours in the day, making the trip to the general belle w: : I
in either direction in about fifteen of many who know quail well only

Lianna-A crowd of farmer minutes. during the hunting season, these l44& "
|S at 9,000 attended the birds eat much animal matter thru yt ,e

imers' Day exercises held In this Jacksonville-Just short of three out the year south of the region "Reach for a LUCKY instead"

H Saturday at the courthouse million field crates of fresh grapefruit of deep snows, especially, of course,, ; ;

tlra and the principal business were canned during the Blor during the summer month when ,t / *\ r
| were crowded from 9 a. m Ida 1930-31 season to establish a Insects are moat numerous. Studiesof ,
eta 1 dark. record production of 2,712,481 the cooperative quail investiga. The great Lord Tennyson In a beautiful poem

cases .of grapefruit and U,068eallea ( tlon in Georgia and Florida showed 1 rofors to a woman's Adam's Apple as"Tho warm
fllnley-Under an act passed of grapefruit Juice, It Is re- that animal food constituted
nUy by the Florida legislature,,, ported by the United States De- about 14 per cent of the total diet ; white apple of hej* throat."Consider your Adam's

cb becomes a law without the partment of Commerce. In addi- of the adult birds. -averaged Applo. Touch It-your Adam's Applo-That Is your
lature of the governor non tion 61,110 cases of orange Juice about 21 per cent for the months
dents will be charged a license were canned, making a total production from April to October, inclusive, : ? larynx -your voice box- It contains your vocal
in Washing- for the of : : and a little over 4 cent for the
lot $25: for fishing season 3,185,663 per ) chords.When you consider your Adam's Apple you ,
I county. case of 24 No. 2 cans. The 1930- remainder of the year. Of the animal -
31 ''pack was the largest in the food grasshoppers and crickets t\>,< 4 are considering your throat your vocal chords.

Ivon Park Highland Hamk history of the state, Florida bay furnished approximately one half Protect the delicate tissues within your throat.
watch lies near Avon Park ing near fifty grapefruit canneriesIn Beetles proved important, furnishing
Sebrlng, la one of the real operation during the season. nearly 3 per cent of the whole ;; : Bo careful In your choice of cigarettes. ,Don't rasp

leal beauty ,spots of Florida. food; the 'remaining 4 per cent he- ? :' your throat with horah Irrltontsl Reach for a LUCKY
,,t are trees In the Hammock Punta Gorda--D. L. Falcloth, bag made up of a wide variety of r
.tare hundreds of years old and of the" Pierce Bulb Company of insects and other animal life. With Instead. Here In America LUCKY STRIKI the only

J kinds of flower. and shrubs Orlando, haa been trying to Interest the exception of a few large, dan cigarette which brings you the added benefit of '

|* there In profusion. Charlotte farmers in the growing gerous appearing insects, quaU apparently -
the exclusive "TOASTING" Process which Includes
of bulbs for Northern markets, eat any kinds they can U ,

llpley A new Industry for says the Punta Gorda Herald. As catch on the surface of the groundor ? !'; the use of modern Ultra Violet Rays. It Is this ox

Spicy, Is being promoted by a result of a recent visit by Mr. within Jumping distance above
elusive that certain harsh Irritants
Jor Solvers of the Chipley Faircloth, a number of Charlotte It. process

el, and Is in the way of duck county farmers will try bulbs on Young quail at first eat great present In all.! raw tobaccos These expelled Irritants
Florida has the largest the side another season. The numbers of very small insect, but
handles turn more and to are sold to manufacturers of chemical con: *.
; farm in the south and the Pierce Bulb Company more a vegetablediet

promises to be remuner- gladiolus exclusively and the demand as they develop until at the S 1 s k t8s, pound..They are net present your LUCKY STRIKE.k .
for the company's product, age of three weeks to month their *
a has doubled within a' year, although diet becomes practically Identical cl ,, And so we say "Consider your Adam's Apple/! rN

Jando i The Executive Com- they make no attempt to with that of their parents aa far as #?>:

tee of the State Grape Growers cover any except a narrow strip of proportions of vegetable and animal
Lion has prepared one of territory along the Atlantic Sea- food is concerned. Two typical

i best programs for the annual board and it is necessary for themto quail chick examined by Mr. ChaaX :; Zf

growers convention and secure greatly increased pro Handley during the quail Investigation k T K T

i to be held July 19th: and 16th duction in order to meet this de- will serve to show the kind > _

|Orlando ever offered In the past mand. The Pierce people con- and quantity of food consumed.
otlona.lUlton tract with the growers to produce One tiny chick about three or four

bulbs and take their product at days af age had 1 cricket, 4 locusts

| -The largest black bass a stipulated price. 5 spiders, 2 bugs, 6 beetles, '
t In the Milton section In 1 L ant and 3 grass seeds in the crop, : 'f }

i was landed on a moonlight FLORIDA INSECTS AND as well a* remains of 8 locusts, G

t; recently by Bub Pendleton DISEASES TO BE SHOWN grasshoppers, 32 I beetles, and 24
Backwater river This fine DURING FARMERS' WEEK grass seeds and 1 spurge' seed In

i weighed slightly over 9 the gizzard. The craw of another

i and put up a struggle be. (By Spuds Johnson.) around a week to ten days of age
being landed that would have When I meet with about' 2,000 contained 32 beetles, 1 grasshopper

cmttt to a sportive tarpon. other Florida farmers and fruit fragment 12 bugs, 15: spiders. 1
growers for Farmers' Week at the milliped, 2 fragments of caterpillars

|Panama city It was a most University, August 10 to 14, I am and 1 fly. It will be readily #sl:..., /
UIUa1 sight to see two large expecting to learn much from the seen from these records that the s'vM1i.v:

loaded with coal steam into Experiment Station's collection of quail families of Georgia and Florida to

It and tie up at the docks in Bay Florida insects and diseases and farm consume tons of insects i4 94
r with their cargo of sev1 specimens of the damage they do.I in the aggregate during the sum

1 toni of coal from the Birmlngi don't think of missing Farmers' mer months. It's toasted
i district, coming for the use Week, and so I've seen these collections Curiously the cock quail who is !
t the paper mill of the Southern on display several times a model of deferential behaviour e / 3 or'A.err.1Including eah.n..e
Corporation. but there's still a whole lot that I when In the company of his mate, .

can learn from them. These pestsare will seldom or never eat an insect the use of Ultra Violet Rays :alas:

[Plant City-Pepper continue to costing farmer hundreds of without first offering it to her; a :.
In the vegetable shipments thousands of dollars every year, wise provision of nature for upon Sunshine.MeUows-Heat'Purlfle. M-

t of Plant City, ten can going and if we knew as much as these her fall the main strain of the
Your Throat Protection Irritation cough
-against -against
1 the first three days of this specialists do about them we could nesting season, for she may be .. _
of this loss. called to lay several times O IMI.11..T.1.... G'fry'
-three cars on Monday, four save a big portion upon
i Tuesday and three cars Wed- When we go into the entomologyand her own weight in eggs (captive ___ ___n__ _____ -. -
by. Only three cars of toma- plant pathology offices we will quail have laid up to 139 In one FLORIDA CLUB BOY TRAIN SCHEDULE BaL June 1, 1111 ____:: ___ (11.33Hal. of th* r.a.lpt and warrant* .....*4
DI... 1'., S during ald month, eorrpond with
were shipped-one car Tuesr find cabinets filled with little drawers season which show their capacity) PLACES WREATH ONWASDINGTON May I, 131 __-____.110,10 th. r.oord of my. omo.. and I* tm_
|r ad two cars Wednesday each containing from one to 23: before bringing off a brood if the TOMB We change schedule Sunday, 7th It.o.lpt. durfng- month _____ ...... and oorr.ot to the bat of my. knowl-
month __ ea.II . shelf after laid destroyed by Warrant. durln*
dried insects, as well as first eggs are and train will run a* follow: . .
BaL June I. llli ._...______.1101.10nee th following- a Hit all countydpo
[Port Dixie-Many people In this shelf filled with Jars of citrus natural enemies. Insects capturedby Gainesville, Fla. Jack Platt, No. 1, southbound due Starke N*. 4 .ltarl..OI.o howlng-* balano In.aoh .
mauled /. May 1. lest _____ 118.41 at the of the month h*
and '
'Ion have been amazed at theo fruits, vegetables, and other crops the cock are pounded Marlon County 4-H Club boy, was 10:85: p. m. n.o.l>>t. during- month -____ 1.00Warrants 'In first tatd, and the amount s
for the building of Port Dlx- that show all kinds of different by him in a vigorous manner recently accorded the honor of No. 11, southbound due Starke during month .ourlty by aoh uoh'
in dead and more or less dismembered Bal.I Jun J. ltt.ll ..:= IU." and amount. of Int.rat paid or op
until 11 G2 m.
preserved tomb of : a.
When the men already on thed troubles. These are placing a wreath on the .,..t. nS It.d durln- said month by aoh a .
farmers asked about on tiptoe with puffed out : 10:80: a. m. Itxo.opt. durl.R month ___ 17..70 dally balane. or tint d.po.ltn.
10,000 or 15,000: population In Last year we to represent some 8,480,000 Warrant month Wltn.. my hand this 10 day 01
(few months, we wonder if it is question after question about all plumage and drooping wings, anda club members In the United States I No. 2, northbound due Starke, L at Jun. 1,"mr. ... __== 117.11 May. ta11.
audible undertone Invites !>!.,. N.. T A. OAIrrle.County .
disease 6:10
and scarcely : a. m.
ilble. Perhaps none of us have of our major Insect at a unique Mt. Vernon ceremonyheld Rat Mar I, l IUl _______17L56 8uptriatBdBl..
i the like. Therefore, how can troubles, and in Just a few minutes the hen to partake, which she while club members from 40 1o. 12 northbound, due Starke, n.o.lpt. duringmonth 11.10 .
would show does in most matter of fact way. t Warrant. during month _
the National
f1 the specialists states attended Boys' p.
expect us to understand. one of .
i I Bal. June 1. Hat _____ 03.48
us several specimens and discuss Even when the parent birds are accompanied and Girls' 4.H Club Camp at Wash northbound, due Starke, Dlt. .*-.-. -e
all by a brood of bright- I 1p.m.Stark. Overdraft May 1, 11111 ___ lU.U t
iClewiston-More than 50 mil- the remedies. Then we were Ington. Jack was one of Florida'sfour Kxo.lpt. during month- ..__ ....0 3TUJEUYMAKESUJf
pounds of raw sugar wa pro- given bulletin that discussed Just eyed youngsters the mother shares delegates to this camp. * Wanne* Branch Warrant duringmonth .. WHERE HOPS ALONG FAIISHAROLD
with the chicks such offerings of No. 101 leave Starke 7:00 a. m. Overdraft Jun 1. 1(11 ..= 1(414
'*> In the Florida Everglades about all of the insect and disease At preceding camp other Florida .. CHat ?
1 year. The grinding plant,of pests that bother the different the cock. clubaters have been selected to 1 No. 102 arrive 2:40: p. m. Mar t, lilV'JI ___..___ 11,11H.o.optn
Southern Sugar company here thing we were interested In. Quail at such times do much similar honorary duties. In 1927 during1 month ..... 11(0
finished iU season'. opera- The Experiment Station field good work on the farm by de.troy- Flussel Henderson, Madison county, Blue Bo 8aheduaSouthbound9:81 Ilal.Warrant June 1 during-, 1(11--month. ...=: .....
With a total of 61,939.000ids. men from all over the state come log serious Insect pest Where helped to raise the first flag over a. m., 11 Jl IM**. w.: a*
B4Mar .. ._ 110.74
There were 3,202,373 gal- In every year to help with these'dlIICUII8loDL numerous in the vicinity they may the National 4-li Club Camp.. At a. m., 4:01: p. m., ':11 p. m., 12:14a. H.o.opt. during1 I. 1531 month _ 71.10
1 of molasses extracted from For exemaple .citrus keep small patches of Irish pota- the camp In 1928 Raymond Crab- .ID. Warrant. during- month -. jr
toes comparatively free of the destructive selected to tforthbouad-8:60 a.' m.. 1:34: Po"I. 1 BaL Jun I, 1(31 -. I 1(1.14K N
1 &ne ground here. Sugar cane Insect specialist from the Citrus tree, Duval county, was M*. It I,1 j jI
verting machines used on Experiment Station at Lake Alfred Colorado potato beetle, lay the wreath oa Washington' .., 4:07 p. m., 7:53 p. m., 4:43: a. Bal. May 1, 15611t.c.lpt. ..._ 11'0
were I ....
__ ,
likewise do good through duringmonth
the 188O Ella
and L
workerat they
tomb. During
insect camp
Project for watermelon
the first time this the Warrant month I
Leeaburg, the fellow studying, the destruction of pest that at- Mae Bratley, Leon county, we selected Ticket and mforaetloB at Bal. Jun 1, 1531._ __-.= ...... 0IId"1

ornamental insect: at Jterion the tack squashes, melon and other to place the wreath on the kntUY Service Statlo-a, SMS* W.ouraaou May 1,D..1811.. N.. ISBal. --.111,13 CIft JOUI __ .....

kIamt Beach Man have been Insect specialists at Monti-. truck crop It must be admitted the Unknown Soldier crave. -. Relpt during month ___ 11.10 '..ord. MCftIa '
pecan that they occasionally W.r..... Burin* month __ ::j F
peted! for a $28,000 improveand cello, and other along with the however and Closing ef ...... Bal. Jan 1, till ....____ 141.51 WIthautW.
will Into strawberries, grape ... udd aIr b.Ms&
main station pick >! N* IS :
addition to the Vina workers at the other small low-growing NATIONAL 4-H RADIORROGRAU Sevua BaL May 1. 111 _._.__ ....,. #
IIIIce Insect
according to George Bruce be.oa hand to discus the perhaps that DAY KARLY: Train 107 ____ 10:10 a. m. H.c.lpti durlnir month 1.... .
teet. fruit and vegetable In a way Warrant. ->darln. month __ .... *t.e new .
H* said the dining room question we ask. Will be slightly anno'IDabut the Train 11, parcel* .-.,._ 11:00 a. m. BaL Jan 1, till _-- .1.... Ian1ed 1V. I= I
be enlarged to accommoWO I don't mean that this prove offsets Gainesville, Tla-The monthly, Nerta DM. jr*. IS M4ily +
at J'armen'Week food they do many time BaL Mar 1. mi ..__ ......
people and that the thing offered Club radio 12 Latter and
4-H No.
a larger only of the harm and they may be clawed national program Train parcel, K.c.tpt. during month 1110
e. a new bud shell and solar- for if* only Just one part valuable ally of the will be broadcast a this .........,?...-.-.__ 2:80: p. m. I Warrant .. .00
weft, Included the week's'program. It and the a* a highly International July 8:30 BaL Jun 1. 1531.--._ 170,10 C. WALLINSURANCE :
ImproveOf the farmer and truck gardener. month due to an Train 108 --.-..- .. vw : p. m. Etta*. w.. MBaL
Of the 129.000 to be spent many other feature have each Fortunately for those attemptingto 4 L program the IT. 8. Departmentof Night mall close 8:00 p. n. Mar 1. 111 .U

will go for new constmcr. --interesting and helpful to increase or maintain quail for Agriculture and the National W..... Branch Warrant K.o.lpt. during- month month .__... 01.10 ,

Bruce ald. In the southeast Broadcasting Company have an- Uall closes. ..y'..._. 7:00 .. m. .Rat. Jane tamr ...... U....
Other than a little gal and oil porting purpose be no necessity i nounced. The program will be Hall arrive ., .,._ 2:40 p. m. D_. M.. It' STAIUUS. FLORIDA
to Bat. Mar 1. 1(11Rolpt ____ 71.10
Dade :: there appears
City Home; demonstra- It never cost Mary and J over to artiflcally in : broadcast from 13:30 to 1:80: p:JD during- month __ ".'0
ambers each per day to attend of attempting standard time -Friday, Warrant dosing month 4,00
In Pasco county about $ the animal food supply ox eastern Leegburg-EL M. Miller purchased Dl .. JIf_ t*
5 been very busy the,, past Farmer Week since we room crease for Insect usually oc- July 3, instead of July 4. Munden Dairy. OTrdraft Mar 1. 1(11 ..-.-- 411 Ot
th putting up all sort of raga .hi the dormitories and eat at the I these birds abundance: In I The U. a Marine Band will play Rao.lpt during month -,.,.- 111.1' .
In tremendous Warrant during1 month '04
ea and fruit. Mrs Moore, University cafeteria. Farmen'Week cur of country they frequent. music from nine foreign countries, cotmTT sornltn5TexonNr.' Overdraft .Jun 1, 1(11 _____. lO.tO COFFINS & CASKETS
d.monstratloa la what we call our annual the sort vicinity and club member and specialists MONTHLY INANCIAL.VI'ATHkHx'r IMTKUBST A .,KINO SOr' I> And mn r..aUndertaken' .,
agent learn Their evident partiality for BaL Mar 11511 ___......1H(.(0
lied 1800 cans: and It 1a I vacation and all that we of alfalfa, clover and other from Minnesota and Ohio a* well H.o.opt daring ,month101.51
to flU them aU with the !from it Is Just that much extra. dUrlDathe summer a* Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Bradford eounty,..for the month .f Wararnt durlag mnthi mnj Supplies
leguminOUS crop May. 1/11. UaL June 1, 111 ______10(1.8
flr1b products of Pasco county to month may well be due to the R. W. Dunlap will speak. ,0_.... ..._1 ...... .>..t. 1'.. .' AVTOMOBILBAlway UJIIARBJI
; The motto of the Pasco l Pecan varieties susceptible In such situation Florida station to carry the program Overdraft Mar 1. l"l ...,.1101.11 BaL May" 1. 1111 _-. .- H7.ll 1
.. ...
COIuItJ sprayed about the insect life so abundant R0lpt during month __4611.10 H.clpt during month __ 41(0 ..... .
home be Jacksonville
It: demon tr&Uon girl scab should Unfortunately however will be Warrant. during month __N....1 Warrant durln month ..*ill. .* fa. hnrt >rt.*..
17.-"Uv at Home In Pasco Coun- last of July with a 4-4-60 Bordeaux all too frequently serve WIOD, Miami; and WFLA, Clear- Overdraft June Kit ......UU.Q.1 BaL Jan 1. 1911 ___-___ ....,. Meld gtt_ ... t.*. II
1 pound of lead arsenate such fields Utm*. Hf. 1 D..lrl*. X*. 8S IIBltADFOJLD
plUS natural traps, for many nests water. BaL Mar t, Kt _17.M BaL Mar 1, Kll ____..11... .de.
say the Florida Experiment u mowing machines e R.o.lpt. durrn- montb..,?,. Helpt during month ___ U1.e1 a'G..TCalDD ueLm
are destroyed by ViTarraat during month ., ... Warrant during month _,
;cyton.IA lieu of the bridge Station. when haying time arrive, and the A* soon a* the crop of grape June I. r0t --.TBaU Ul.Tt BaL Jun 1. 1(11 _- .10,071..1: DEWITT C. JONES .
lklhL ? T0d f to the several cuttings have been picked plant a legume Dtot. M.. I" ..rtl,,that the .or..*.
tietale Yip tot time to turn hogs lees of nest due in stripe between the BaL Mar 1. Kit __ ... .. 44.04 Inc .tatn>*nt, showing balana. at STAStKBV VLOSUDA
IUU to July 1* a good drain on quail cover crop . ofU
time } their I* a serious Kalpt daring month ___ ( ..( th bglnnlng and at th adlar
"MeaV the department has ta- on feed crop to hasten renise Warraat during month .._ >* Bogth *rla *BOT. ..*,... and t
new ferry capable of growth for September market I l l .

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---:- Date of next Warren. LAKE SWAN TO TOLD ?' *:;;. -
and bathing: } *r Jacksonville
per of Miami, BIBLE CONFERENCE Do YowJKnow JWi: Ia
out later. Mr. William Groover :'i
meeting will be given to, entertain thousarwnruGeorglan8'
week here wltb 1
S Is spending .this I ., It
Lake Swan :Melrose, Fla.Thefifth ; South<
and relatives
BRIDE. friends
VtJc1&t SIIOWER GIVEN Lake i. .. Carolinians
TO-BE Mr. J. W. Lewis and sons, L..O, annual meeting' the J Alabamalana T,
will be bold
and Johnny were visiting at Waldo Swan Bible Conference two folks when thedad e

was hostesi Sunday. at the conference grounds ItrIp
Orrle Wiggins .
Mrs\ lantlc Coastal d
at miscellaneous shower at her Mr. L. G. Hemingway and Mr, miles east of 'the conference High, ,..
Swan r Saturday .
in our section on beautiful Lake julv,
home Tuesday afternoon in honor Clarke of Starke, were grounds II
of ence
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Simeon of Miss Gussle Mae Bennett, wh one day last week. and Lake Rosa two. "miles' east; .. The road several to 10Utlel'1l!
Miss Fay Stokes is spending awhile Melrose. .4k be dedlC&te4
Matthews is to be married soon. k'
announce the engagement of their The home was effectively deco at Waldo with her cousin,. The Lake Swan Bible Conference. Aft link in a Soo,, () into!!
rated for the occasion with cul Miss Evelyn Wasdin. Is one of the outstanding developments > extending trolll
flowers. Mr. :Minzle Groover and sister, of recent years in western Maine to Key West, FIort\
Hearts was played during: the Martha Mr. Purvis Lewis and sister Putnam county. Each year show p.. es .. 1t t Definite acceptance, a ,

Dr. Homer B. McLendon afternoon .after which Marara.retLowry Lula Mae. were visiting friends a steady growth over the preced- received from Governor rll

of Marianna dressed In overalls and large In Starke last Sunday night. ing one both .enlarged attendance .:; Carlton of Florida; Ctovem?!
coal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grooves Improvements new equipment ; s Hardman of Georgia l '
a ;
of hat in carrying
i. the wedding to be an event sun came : { .
and little niece Mary, of Miami,, well as added'feat'uik'er to M. Miller of AlabamaZS
i August 12th scuttle filled with gifts wrappedto as ;C' r u ,
mlm represent coal and presented spent last week here with Mr. the daily progress of the''conter- y't nor Ibra C. Blackwood ot.

them to the honoree. Groov.r'.'mother, Mrs J. H. Kel ence. ; ZNd Carolina.

ANNOUNCEMENTPARTY The hostess assisted by Missel Lake Swan Is situated In the The beach chamber of cm

4' GIVEN Francis Hemingway Martlle Hemingway ley.Mr.. MeMo McKinney of Starke,. highlands of north Florida about sponsors of the dedication.

k1 and Margaret Lowry serv. was in our section the first of last) half way between Palatka and is behind a movement tTw

A delightful social event'of the ed an ice course to the following week. Gainesville on a paved highway ';roc southern vacation dollal1la]

t week was a bridge party given by guests: Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere Mlsi a Putnam Hall on the new state south. The chamber hai oh,

MJ'...E. S. Matthews at her home Eunice Perkins. Alias Elizabeth highway No. 28 is only three miles ipW cooperation from hotels am j,
Ns"1 announcing the approaching marriage Kendrick Mrs Clayton Strickland,, RAIFORD east of Lake Swan. This new high- ga. { ing houses at the beach udt

of her daughter Florence,,, Miss Lolselle Turner, Miss Lucille BULLETIN way which has recently been opened -, the Hotel Seminole at Jadu

NkJ to Dr. Homer B. McLendon of Mar Mitchell Miss Gussle Mae Ben- is the most direct route to Pa- ; Offering rerduced rate to i

ianna. I nett,Mrs. Q. H. Bennett Mrs Her- latka and the east coast of Florida ,< o"er the wee't-end. It U t m.

The guests upon their arrival bert Hart. Miss Grace Wood Miss Play Ball. The Waycross, Ga.,, from Lake City, and Valdosta and that,thousands from the KM

, were greeted by Mrs. Matthews, Francis Hemingway and Miss Margaret \ baseball team gave our boy a the north. Orange Heights on theJacksonvilleTampa. x states will flock here for\tin,

her niece Mrs. K. Bruce Norman Lowry. trimming last Sunday results 16-4 I highway No Numerous entertainment I faci

+ and the honoree Miss Florence in favor of the Waycross team. The 31 Is seven miles west of Lake will be arranged in adduce!

tr Matthews. Tallies representing old MR. AND MRS. W. M. WAINWRIGHT game was played under a blazing Swan thus) making It easily accessible natural attractions of bathbaJ
aII s fashion girls were passed by little ENTERTAINMr. sun and terrific heat, which maybewas by,auto from all parts of other sports.

Miss'Annie Kathryn Norman. Miss the reason that the game lacked Florida and the. other southern .-

Hazel Adkins presided at the punch action on both sides. Cheer up states.
and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright
bowl. to membersof fellows? the.same' happens to the Religious bodies are recognizing I 'r I Palm Beach-Grading at

' The lower floor of the spacious were their host and hostess club Saturday eve big leaguers, and they get big pay Lake Swan as a summer camp and air field under way.

home was open ensulte and a pro- bridge for it. We have lost but two games are planning for a number of

fiision' of lovely garden flowers ning.Bright garden flowers decked the this season, which means we have camps during the year. The location ...-

1 dale-J got one real good team. equipment and nominal rates
living' room where three tables Swan to a HA"I'"iIi19nGTnlliherdllte l h are(11otioaa. tw. jna
i were arranged for play. Punch wasserved are commending ate.rt.durlno"'oCLl" .atlas oj mean
tractively arranged about the land and the offshore Islands
each .
rooms.' The color scheme.of pink during the evening and at Play ball, with Floyd and Collins host pf new friends Conference year. fcf the echo fro n4-a specie"'wktstNl t Th. photograph of eyorta Tlhietl

,and green predominated.Four the close of the game a sweet pitching. Ham on. first, Joe Douglas The Lake Swan held Bible 112.hla ten the C. N. S."rlnoe rioberW wklob plleaknywaxyMu KOak lUffiflU. !

progressions of the game course was served. behind the bat, with Tex.Rex which will be July s..t sit -

were enjoyed and scores added. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mr. J. C. GUI out in the field and the good year will attract'numerous. people --
I Ample Florida Gas Company
Robinson were awarded prizes for support of the rest of the team, throughout the'eoutheaet. Eustls -
Prices were awarded Mrs. C. A.
L. L. Roansreceived provision has been made for the the conference. 1 erecting: plant on Us lot on Golf
making high. we would not lose a game.
Knight and Mrs. Junlus Smith for
P comfort and entertainment of: The public is Invited to attendall Link avenue.
a guest prize.Those
holding high and second. Mrs. T. and the services. .The Lake Swan
and guests in the'large dormitory Cross City-Dixie Cafe openedfor
, present were: Mr. Dr. C. D. Whl taker returned last
T. received the cut
Long prize. .
beautiful Is Inter-dell, mlnatloll..l and remodeled
Miss Florence Matthews, honoree Mrs.,C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. ,Tuesday from a two week's vacation surrounding cottages.A project business in newly

.Mrs., K. Bruce Norman, an honor H.C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. X C. Rob- f at Fort Barancas Military section of the grounds has been non-sectarian but fundamental In quarters on highway.
reserved for testers and no chargeIs its stand for the scriptures. The
inson Senator and Mrs. B. M. at Pensacola.
guest Mrs. S.'P. Vandiviere a recent Camp to afford
durIng a place
made for.camntngprivlleges" purpose
i1 bride Mrs. L. L.' Roane and Johns, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Mrs.L. -

'; :Miss: Dorethea Wiend guests each L. Roane of New. Orleans La. Dr. H. B. McLendon in chargeof are the served conference.-moderate Good rates meals at where church workers evangelical may Christians meet to study and STOP, ITCHING!

received dainty &'1t1... the dental department at the hall is maintained the Bible and hear address by out- Buffer from EeMtna (n.n....*
COULTER-EMBRY MARRIAGE the dining which II That
{r also returned last biny No
Following the awarding of farm Tuesday.He the conference. standing religious leaders In an old .tI .r..I' ). Itch Rinnworm.Polion .
during .
SOLEMNIZED Whitaker at Oak B.rb.r. Itch. Ground .r Toe
+ ice molded to accompanied Dr.
prizes, cream tubdoed. No
repro.Bent Among the speakers to take part i fashioned camp meeting. Itch or Athl.t.'. Foal Much Itc". Plmpl completely
pink roses, individual cakes Fort Barancas. They are both ... Hard and Soft C.rn.. Rodbu Blew constant ineffective powik...,
r; iced in green and green and pink The marriage of Miss Sora Collins members of the medical reserve on this year's program are: Rev J. T. Bowen .. Mawuila Bit**-- Just one little extra touch ind ji
Chlpley -
Embry of Quincy and Clinton John Minder founder of the Lake : DM. COUNT have not only eluninattd "SShine"
mints were served the guests. On corps.
interest of his J. W. Bowen -
Huxley Coulter of Talahassee, was Swan Bible Conference. Rev. EEL MKrniOtRATINQ LOTION but have given your aptexfon
each plate was a heart on -
1. pink solemnized Wednesday morning, Johnson, Savannah; Rev. R. D in ChIpley hardware company. Cln bo.analiquidNo an entrancing, into
will rtlv at one*
S. E. Rich and his brother
which burned
:. a tiny green candle June 24th, at the home of thebrlde'a Kllgour, Atlanta; Rev. Clifford Construction started by state l.:. .. Gas.-Eai.lst 1. soft pearly appearance ot c
bearing the inscription: James Rich were back Sunday u... Ci .1 'our Ixal dtt.ttor. site beauty.
Eaten Boone Holllfleld Montgomery, Ala.; Gus- highway department upon protection and
Mrs. ord.r.d br s.4 40c..0.
mother Or
from two week's vacation. .
"Look beneath the a They Clermont ... ...... .
of between .tI. Whoa b.
Candle bright Embry in Qulncy.Mr. both report a wonderful time while tave Woerner missionary to South highway .1.00..U. and per __.,. ....... o.". .Q.D. GOURAIJD'SORIENT4l
Tibet.A and Mlnneola. .....
and Mrs. Coulter have many visited relatives and China and
And the truth will friends in Starke who will be Interested away. They new feature of the conference Key West- Bids called for construction -........un ... s*
friends and toured South
+ Surely To light.come" in learning of their mar- Carolina North through Carolina, and this year will be the afternoon services of post office building Dr.Couata riteratinj Lotioi.lne CREAN

riage. conducted..dally for women 0000*. rte*iD*
Upon looking at the other side Tennessee. here.Bradenton Tabernacle build Ba.. U. g. Wlrfto noh and
under the direction\ of Mrs. Laura ('I'McI-.It PUB OOo)
Y of the heart, the real secret of the -, "
W. M. S. Atlanta ing dedicated.
morning =---
party was out.Florence. The Sunday church services -
CIRCLES TO MEET Music is always ra an. Important
9 W. Matthews were conducted by the mem-
;4 Homer B. McLendon bers of the Christian Science part of the conference. Under the
' The Harriet Peek and the Noble efficient leadership of Mr. W. J.
August 12th church of Jacksonville.
White Circles of the Methodist Eltelgeorge of Canton Ohio, a good
Miss Matthews wore a lovely --
;? green frock of embroidered mous- church will meet at the church The Sunday evening church services musical program Is assured. Grocer|
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The opening service of the con- Bradford GooDly Big |
scline de roil Mrs. Matthew. was were conducted by the Brotherhood ference was held Wednesday
becomingly gowned In a figured League of Jacksonville. Mr. '
) MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERAT night, July tat, 7:30: o'clock. A
chiffon. Mrs. Norman's dress was Fennerlng gave us a very interest-
of distinct
,I embroidered pink organdy. Little Ing talk, which was well received. daily program seven

Miss Norman was dressed in a The services concluded with some services will continue through Sunday -
New Store In the Hull Building
dainty pink georgette frock. from On 8:3O Tuesday: until afternoon 5:30 o'clock.June Mrs 23, fine singing and music. A large. July 12th the closing! day of

The guests this number of visitors attended.
enjoying lovely .
Lee Parker and Miss Willie Mae
affair were: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, -

a' :Mi.: O. I... Beasley Mm.. a P.'Van ilinson were shower hostesses given in at a honor miscellaneous of- The Raiford State Farm turn I 11 DR.' TIl'f"' Self Rising Flour, 211bs. ____ 65c SUGAR, W Lbs' _:__________ Ire

diviere Mrs. K. B. Norman of Jackaonvllle pike with Its large crowds and the R.DENTIST' \
Mrs. Bert Hinson. formerly Miss, ticTOMATOES1
1' Mr. J. E., Wilson, Mrs. open air concerts of our orchestra II + BOILING BACON Lb. We CREAMERY BUTTER,Lb. -
Margaret 'Turner, who was mar- _____
P F. Stump Mrs N. Steinberg, makes Sunday on the.,farma 33' o
ried in Tampa June 15th. every |Phone Hours: 9 to B 15e
KI;" T. B. :Massie Mrs.. JunlusSmith The community hall, where this gala day. *You can come too=' '. Over Coip ;& "brug Store BEST WHITE BACON, Lb. 12c No. 2 cans ____
Mrs. J. H. Jr. Mrs. will enjoy *'
Ritch you yourself.
affair held deco- .
loyoua was 1ge
fl Fl 'ML, Johns, Mrs. D. C. of The Librarian. ____
Jones _
RldE 19c Salad Dressing Pints
GOOD 5 Lbs.
rated in green and white with _________
) Gainesville Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. .
and baskets of flow-
terns spring ISe
Edward Burns, Mrs.: H.'V. 25c jar_
5! Knight irs attractively arranged. GRITS and MEAL, 8 Lbs. __ 19c PEANUT BUTTER,
:Mrs.: J, C. Robinson Mrs L. D.
When the guests had gathered, 2t
:.Vialng. Mrs. R. F. Demoreat Mrs. H. E. LAQERQREX lb. 121
I the bride was blindfolded led into MILLER LARD, Lb _________________ We Pure Ground COFFEE,
C. A. Knight Mrs. R. J. Davis, he:: room by her sister-in-law. Miss HUM ............. c... Surveying-Leveling St\\
Mra.: J. M. Mitchell Mr. B. M. Lb. _
Glass 25c for 15c BLACK EYE PEAS ----
3akle Hinson to the familiar Mapping Large Jelly, ___ ,
Davis, Mrs. L. L. Roane of New
1 trains of Lohengren's wedding Mrs Josephine McNeal spent *
Orleans, La., Mrs. O. L. Haynes.Mrs. Starke, Florida Lbs. ____
Can California Peach lie WHITE BEANS 3
d march. She then was seated in a Monday night with Mrs. Iris Han Large ,
J. C., Hoover, Mrs. C. A.
decorated chair and allowed -
t Futch Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mr. to behold her many friend., cock.Mrs.. O. L. Waters and children LIMA BEANS, 2 Lbs. _______ 15c Best Sugar Corn, can -
T. T. Long, Mrs H. C. Wall Miss .
and the able stacked with the spent Sunday night with Mrs. and tJc

Miss Ethel Elise Griffin Jones Miss, of Harriet Gainesville Ritch, ovely gifts in front of her. Mrs. Henry Dicks. Van Camffa Milk, 3 large cans 20c__ Quart Jar Jam --- ---=-
After the presentation of the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carlton and OVER r-- -
Miss Ruth, Sternberg Miss Eunice I Fs
i flfts a delicious lemonade and children: were the guests of Mr. and 'L)
Perkins, Miss Lucille Mltchel MissIsabel .
Fernandez, Miss DoretheaWtend take course was served. Assisting Mrs. C. W. Carlisle Sunday. 1k. Fancy Biscuit Self-Rising Flour Guaranteed
the hostesses were Mrs. Frances Mrs. Mae Dicks Miss Iris Dicks
; of Lancaster, Pa.. Miss Betty -
: iVadsworth Miss Erma John. and Mr. Raymond Dicks and Miss
It Chamberlin, Miss :Mabel Weller. Kiss Rhoda Zelgler.Mrs. Archie Lee Dicks were the guests 23c
Tea guests were Mrs. L. G. Pow- 6ge I2lbs. 40c 6 Ihs. - -
Hinson graciously received of> Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle Sun- ,241bs - - = - -
M'' mu Mrs. D. E. Knight.:Mrs. O. C. ,
lie well wishes of her friends for lay afternoon.Mr. I
White Mrs. J. & BUtch aDd Miss
ker future happiness.ZIFF. and Mrs. litter of EUlavUlo,
Haftel.. Adklns.O. aras here la.our section last Sat
; .
JB. MEETS urday. PJJlsbury'sHourj4Ibs.85c121bs121bs.47c;
.1" 1. Mrs. RubWaters and children
Mrs.\ Waters and little
_\It i'! The O. E. met at the home of !>.!. )!.. ......., Co.. and Mr.Myrtle and Mrs. Ressie Waters eon

'L tl. jOag;JtClss,Lucille at their Mitchell home Monday eve and son, and Miss Ellen BUckwelder. : Jello 0 Ice Cream Powder Dessert pfegs.f for -23c

'The president Mr. Will Barnes Services were held at Rock Mr. Carl Carlisle and Mr. Ed- or
presided during' the meeting. Plans church Saturday and Sunday by die Carlisle all enjoyed. a. swim
.g i pastor Elder Anderson of Brooker. ming party Sunday'
&L ,were completed for screening the
!: JSe
;t, :, church:: windows and for a party to Mir Purvis Lewis of Jacksonville, Mr. Gordon Holton and Uiss Ef- i Corned Beef, 2Sc size _,______ 17c ,Tripe, large 2Se eon ?.-_-----
fie Holton and Miss Elen Black-
spent last week here with his parrots -
_ be held at Klngsley Lake at the iSc

t .{Mitchell< cottage, Thursday eve- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. welder were the guests of Mr. and I,(vP TO yoor ear* fa .__- | Potted Meat, 3 eons for ______, We Mack. Salmon, 3 tall cans _---

I"': ,King.; Elder J. H. Kelley and Mr. Mln- Mrs. Everette Sayder. asses at kick ....... '. ,

,I" Following: social hour those prosM. ifs Groover and slater. Miss Martha Mr. J. B. Hancock and Miss: airedwbaa.r.. yov snap at the Wife MATCHES,5c box Z for, .,__; Se Matches, 10e..bOx, each ------ *e

'eat,were served refreshments. attended church at Lake City Catherine Hancock spent Sunday at the ektUMav 25e
". last Saturday and Sunday. with Mr. Edgar and Edith Waters. Wat eli evil Ovwwork.4nerree CATSUP 2c Bottle --
,,1 lead to Steeples. _______- -Ue Sweet Pickle, quart,__- ---
:r' AMERICAN LEGION Mrs. E. Howard of Fairbanks, is Mrs A. V. BlackweMer and chil- J-'"'"' Nervous may 18eI

_, /f.;'' :AUXILIARY MEETS: spending this week here with her dren spent Sunday afternoon with .ladice-tioa Headache aad a host, Nervwojs ateihsr. Maxwell House Tea 1-4 Lb. __ 19c MUSTARD, Quart jar ----

,,, -,,' daughter Mrs. R. B. Thomas.Mr Mrs. J. B. Hancock. .OTUasant'% OsMii Uiit-.
fe :The American Legion Auxiliary ,- Cason of Starke passed here Miss Lorene Douglas spent Sunday Why doll' JOG try Dr. sfOesffnst

t met at Cady' place Klngmley Lake last week. with her grandfather ADd I Z Uev..a.t N.....' .bhtsi Powder

: .,;park' Thursday evening with a Mrs. L W. Dial and daughter grandmother Mr. and Mrs. N.; m t in a; kaU 'glass of Octagon Soap or regular size, 4 for-i: I
wets pleasant
-; a sparkBur
;, Mann number in attendance. MeetIng :Marlon Lee of Graham spent the Stokes. >

fr was called to order by Mrs. I last of the week here with her par Mr. Carl Carlisle spent Saturday overtaxed Arink tJeUchtfnlly- sooUnito

[ fv L. D Vmlng president after which i ents. night with Mr. Kenneth Crawford. Dr. MUes nor Nervine% Is now P. & G. SOAP, 4 bars ISc CHIPSO 2-Wc pkgs. for _
f',prayer was offered by chaplain Mrs. 3. W. Lewis and daughter Miss Annie Roberta spent Sunday nade ta two forma-Liquid aadfferveeeeat I -------- I --/1

t Mrs.'.White, and preamble read in Lula :Mae Mr.: P.W.Lewis of Jack- with Miss Louie Crawford. >I Tablet. .Both bar. Brown's Mule Tobacco plug Pork and Beans W*can for
t,Inoisoa.I sonvllle and Leon Lewis of Brooker .:Mr. O. L. Waters left Sunday the same soothing eff....; 15c. ,

!, 'I i Mrs. R. A. Newsom gave an in- ,.spent Jut Sunday at Graham for Bell. .1M.. disco .sea

I ?t terwting report of memorial work... with Mr. and Mrs."I. W. Dyal. iMf. and :Mrs: W. 'W. Iila.ckireeddeerkspent l' "" f fC > LEADERS ONPRICES-GIYE'US A TRiAL
'' made and carried Mr .and Mrs. Louis demons of Sunday with Mrs. LezieRevival

,y.V:,A that;( motion.a complete was set of flap and a Hellbronn was in our section Fri- ff.Q7-1\e >o.:' Itrl BRADFORD Fla.
; be day afternoon. meeting starts on Thurs-
4 history book for the Auxiliary )
is.bought ; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren day night before' second SundayIn fiJ{ NERVINE COUNT ,

')T After.the business session everyone spent the week-end here) with :Mr. July at the Harmony Free Will 1'\.1' ; f Sr

\' : greatly enjoyed the picnic sup- Warren's parents, :Mr. and lire W. Baptist church.
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visitors. in Brooker Sunday afternoon TIP TOP HAS BIG OPENING British Columbia-Alaska= Cruise Will Enable 'Travelers '


Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Nashwc-thy To See Out-of-the-Way Places in Land of Midnight Sun 'f

Bits f'l Our Special Price on our popular wish to thank the people of Starke "\
;, summer special the "VOGUE" for their cooperation with us In d

photo 3 for $1,50( expires Saturday our opening last Saturday and to

July 18th. We have hundreds show our appreciation, are goingto

Cal Ne I of pleased customers. Come before have a bigger opening this Saturday .
it is too late. Hoover Bros. Studio with plenty! of specials. Ice
Starke Fla. 6-26-2t tea will be served during the day
I Business and to all customers. Watch for our
Our ,
Concerning ad. ) Come,
Prices down with a bang
and Town. G. H. Bennett. Mrs. R. V.
Progn of the County Turner. Miss tussle Mae Bennett look and buy t,Everybody welcome.

and Miss Lolselle Turner spent- -Adv. -.. IvelatMe.
S 7 C7 Si 4 C a 57 44 S i?5 9 4 S7 S7 S t. -' Monday In Jacksonville SII.-- e ,. . t

Mr. and-Mrs. W. M. Wainwrightand -'I, Plant City Catholic church .
.TIJER REPORT :Mr., and Mrs. E. M. Davis and edifice completed. .,
children are spending a monthat daughter. Jean. leave today for a ,, Lake Worth --Chamber of comllerceolrLces '
U. r
tied< by Starke branch. Daytona Beach. two week's visit In North\Carolina,' extensively improved. e V+QI eat ,,n aeo i" $i y tvy

trY Department. 1931. Virginia and Washington Tarpon Springs Rock base be n$wMV 'Y,
el1dlDt, JulY 1. Mrs. N..'Sternberl' and Mrs. Jun. ing laid in Eagle street:

Preclp. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and Inverness-N. C. Livingston took .... ", "'
MaxMin. ins Smith Tuesday in Jack .
spent '
'at'R1NCft3' )
t. I of Seminole barber :c. .,.
11 family JacksonvUe. spent Sun- over shop. l'i.

96 14.. &S3& sonville. day with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep-: Lake Worth Sorosls play- i., i" : :, "
92 ''J
9 73 .03 person. ground on South R street dedicatedand ,' '4, ... ..\ ., '
7 87 13 -- Porto Rican'potato plants $1.00per opened. *' _,..'w '" "I" 'I
92 duct'd .
14. thousand. Klckllter. Mrs. L. A. Reynolds has returnedto Bay Harbor' Southern Kraft ',11-' ', ,' ;
98 ,
9 10 -- ... her home In Raleigh N. C., after Corporation subsidiary of.International \ ... :
,: ,
100 12 Miss Myrtle Strickland spent the spending several days with her Paper Company, shipping : f

1 94 week .86 In. weekend in Ocala guest of her mother,..Mrs. E, E. Johns. approimately eight carloads of ,
for "
rainfall sister Mrs. L. A. Weekly ,. kraft,paper daily.'
l lt lu
Col. and Mrs.: J. L. FrazeoA,returned s i

pea seed at KlckU r'.. Miss' Dorothea Wiend of -Lancaster Monday from Atlantic s1IEIIIi1'A"a, BALD' \I Mfr.ccCASNON

Pa., la the guest of Mrs. H. Beach where they have been spending t1DLfl
SunI I 'Take notice that under and by ..., ,, )
spent V, Knight while. -
paul E. Canova a virtue of that certain writ of execution -
with relatives. ... bearing date the Z7th day of

I Ocala- :Mr. J.-W. Andrews was a Mrs. Ji J. Bullen, Miss'June Bul- the December hand and A. D.seal, 1930 of the Issued Clerk under of :

A. Lewis of Gainesville, ..'visitor in Jacksonville Tues len and Miss Estelle Kendrick the Circuit Court of Bradford coun-
ea In Starke. the week-end'' ty, Florida on that certain Judgment III
the week-end day. spent at Daytona In Bald. court wherein D. R. Knight
-- Bea b.Mra.. Is Plaintiff and Hiram Preecott I I.
can be bought Get your Bradley- Bathing Suit defendant, I have levied upon and u Oia'YA
.' will .oll at public outcry to the
ke at SternberVLA at Sternberg'a, K. Bruce Norman .and lit- highest bidder for cash tn front of
tie daughter Annie Kathryn, are the south door of the court hbue In S I
atarke, Bradford County Florida, :. a lr
I a Crews was a business :Mr. and :Mrs. L..A. Davis spent the guests of Mr.. and.'Mra.: E. S. during; th. legal hour. of ale on -
Tallahassee Saturday. the week-end In Fernandina with Matthews.' Monday. the Ird day of Auruet A. eSroetoPtr Qser I'f
in D., till the 'following d..*orlbd I't f I
relatives. land. lying anO being In Bradford .
John Scott of Oxford. U the :Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent county., cn..llrhtbJndlvlded Florida to-wit: IntereitIn Wtnter cruises to southern climes t"

lot Mrs. L. S. Hutto and f am- Mr. and :Mrs. W. A. Scott and the week-end with Mr. and :Mrs.J. A three acre off: the eouthwevt; corner told around the world are no Innovation :
I""k. Mr. F. A.: Scott ,were visitors In W. Andrews, Jr., at their Kings- of Northeast quarter of Northeast la UM shipping world. but --- nlltll"t. ;J".
of road and Southwest -
Gainesville Thursday. ley Lake place. quarter quarter; ; ot. Nerth.ut: quarterand during IBSl traveler will have the) .
Isoelery, Chiffon or service Southeast quarter of Northeast opportunity of making a unique historical Inter**)*. Thee Include plying alacleregular Alaeltan route) '
quarter except ictven acre* off orulM to Mackeniiel Book: on Dean ChannelIn Taku. r, one of the highlight.
Radio Mr.: and :Mre..O. S. Lehman and summer voyage12d.s
only $1 at Steinberg's. Giving the Westinghouse Ide, In section lOfc-tawnehlp 7 South British Columbia and Mill Northern British Columbia when of this trip to a hug maae of Ice 00))
away on Saturday July llth at 8 daughter Gwendolyn returned to range It east.. ,Wj'j; Masks und Northern Sir Alexander, Uaokenatev attar eroa*- muse long and 100 feet high. The
p.P. Carpenter; :Mrs. T, T. p. m. -Be on hand to !see the draw their home in HJCkory, N. C. Thursday , : EPPERsoN"A.s.Sherlft Bradford, mote llgbt remote and mystery. This expedition lug Canada by land In 1708. caught vibration of the hip's aIreD ae SI' I

find Mis Ethel Griffls were Ing-Nat Stemberg.Repreaenative after visiting :Mr. and Mrs. J. 7.-Bt-7-8t aU,) >unt,.. Florida I* scheduled to leave Vancouver B his lent glimpse of the Paclflo Ocean; pproaohei often Au... great tnenee .
i in Jacksonville Tuesday. F. Colley beret; O. en Aug. 11. Mid the -Prlncea Bkgwa7 bard-boiled roaring centerof Of loe to break off and plunge into the ;,
NOTICE tO DFHITOHi AtD' CBKD- Bitlta, water with a _n-Uk. report.
Edwin .Larsen of Alice" a 8.100-groM-ton _I. to the the gold rush and on
and three ; was"a,businessvisitor :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and daughters, ITOULNotice hip aboard which the summer Baranoff bland the old Biuclan Contrary to opinion: once held
Sam GUIispte Keystone: Heights waste, for
will make the Journey. capital of Alaska In the day when Alaaka: Is not a frown many.
en. are the guests of-:Mr.. and to Starke :Monday. Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins and U hereby!: Blven that all voyagers Passengers on this northern crulM the Oar owned and administered the Varieties of flower bloom profueely. lh.
[j. F. Colley. A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. returned Sunday I creditor all person legatees'navlna* claim will visit the far-flung\ : frontlet of land tit the midnight un. In addition even In the northern part. Brightly1:
'" '* :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sterns and from Jacksonville Beach where against the estate of Enoch Griffin. the exciting gold nun of "B8 MM their ahlp will navigate painted grotesque totem pole never L'
and Mrs. Perry Fugate ofnvlUe daughter Louise were visitors in they had spent two weeks. I deceased. their, hereby duly required authenticated topr..nt sermon canneries In action. inspect Canal, a narrow waterway fall to Interact the traveler who to Y,
spent Sunday with :Mr. Jacksonville Sunday. I to the Hon. OliO A. Gardiner. van. piper mill. Journey to gold- surrounded by magnificent tcenery constantly encountering unuerialIghte
J. E. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and county judge of Bradford county mining ramp and visit point of a seeage rarely traversed by steamer.dated .. In this land of romance. f{
within .
Florida for has approval one rare
Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daughter daughter Edna Carrie and Oar- year from date hereof, or thl notice Croveland Groveland to the Hon Oeo. A. requested to pay their said debta &'
/ Garage)
i LIUle Dlllaberry of St. Pe- Louise, spent Monday in Jackson nita, left for South Carolina Thursday will be hela In liar thereto. And county Judge of Bradford forthwith to the underpinned. \"I
all person Indebted to said estate opened under'new management.NOTICE Floridsfor I his approval : This Bra of July, A. D. 1SSI. f"
of :Mrs. W. J.I morning for a ten days visit oardln.r'l I' dj the guest ville. are requested to pay their said debts date hereof, or D. WAINWRIQHT.Admlnxtrator t f;;
I II with relatives. forthwith to the undersigned.This ) TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS rlw'IW be held In bar Estate of Anna, O. ;
I Mrs. E. T. King and daughter 3rd day of'Julv GRIFFI3.Administratrix A D. 141.MAMIK .. all\ persona Indebted to..... 7-t-At.B-gH. Murrhno. rt..d ))1..

t I jars, caps and rubbers atliter's. I Miss Mary Francis King are visit Miss Melrose Jordan returned to *. Kstate. of Enoch. Notice U hereby given that all STEAM PRESSING COMPANY'J.
I at Ga. '.1.8.18 rdrlirb deceased. creditor< legatees. distributees and
II relatives and friends here. her home WrightsvlIIe y $ f
II I : all having claim againstthe \ .
Frank Thoman Prop. ) A i \\to-
I time .
Monday after spending some NOTICE TO DFBTOIIS AND CHEniT.9) estate of Anna O. Murrhee, decessed \
LJ. L. was sinesWednesday Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Webb and in Starke with 'her sister Miss )" 8,, their, are hereby claim, required authentl-to present -Phones C 4a j1tV'r''r
I on'' professional Ittle ,.son., leftTuesday-for, a two Pearl Jordan. .. -- ,,
I herby; riven
II Notice 1 I. that all l
II I week's visit at Jacksonville Beach. creditors legatee dlatrlbutees and --- -
I Mary: Lee and L. A. Weekly. Jr., all peraone having claim. against

G( D. Williams of Tampa, Last call for our special spring of Ocala are spending several th. estate of J. W. Alvarez, deceased -
are hereby required to present
(Monday with Mr. and Mrs. photo the "VOGUE." We have weeks with their grandparents their-claim duly-authenticated, to SPECIALS Fri. & Sate July 3 & 4. Bang! ;
[Gran.I. extended the time until July 18th. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland at the judge Hon.of Bradford Oeo. .Gardiner, County,,Florida county ,

Remember Saturday July 18th is Klngsley lake. for hi* approval'WUhln one year
R. B. Trueman of JacksonI the last day can get from date. hereof or thus notice will
positively you
be held In bar thereto. And all p.reon. -
to the guest of :Mr. W. G. them. Come now or you lose out. Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mr. Indebted to mid estate are requested
3 for $1.50. Hoover Bros. Studio and Mrs. R. F. Demorest :Mr. and to pay their said. debt, TIP TOP Grocery {
forthwith to the undersigned.Thu.
6-26-21. Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mr. and
Starke Fla. Srd day ot,July, A. D. 111. m
I, and Mrs. K. W. Hayes andy Mrs.'J. C.Robinson spent the weekend J. M. ALVAREZN.
have moved to Klngsley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of at Kingsley at the Robinson)I D.WAINWKIOHT.Executor*. Etate of J. w.T Ho well Nasworthy, Owner and Operator a
Ifor the summer. Jacksonville spent ,Wednesdaywith cottage.Mr. -tt-9-it. Alvaree, deceased -

his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. I Octagon or P & G'
Mta Dresses $..95 pines 14. toSternberg' Rlgdon.Mr. : and :Mrs. Wm. G. Struth and Sugar Sibs.18c

.. children and Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Ed COME:IN Soap or Powder 5 f or 19c

: and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and wards and)I little daughter Fred. And look over our stock,of bed With Purchase 1 pound Tip Top
C. p. Curtis of Tampa will daughter Nettle, will spend the rlka and W.W. Page. ,Jr., all pf room suites. Color combinations ,

l the week-end with his sister week-end in-Jacksonvile! with Mr. Jacksonville,, were guests of i Mr. to please you. Special Best Grade
|W. G. HaUe. and Mrs. 'James Godbold. and :Mrs. Wm.,.K. Struth Sunday.

,and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick are Mr. and Mrs. Olin White and Misses Madgq and Hazel Middle- Everything CASH to DISCREDIT pleawa 'the moat COFFEE25c Mealor Grits, 10 Ibs. 25e

hug several days at, DaytonaA. family :Mary Harriet and Harold ton returned from Stuart Sunday exacting:
after a visit with their grandparents ..
Bishop are spending a week atBishop's No. 2 CanTOMATOES h..
cottage at KIngsley lake. Mr. and :Mrs. L. E. Dowling.Mrs. DENMARKFURNITJJRE
Pure Creamery
M. Richard of Jackson. :Mlddleton remained for a each7c
| !pent! the week-end with Mr. :Mrs. D. A. :Montieth and children, while on account of the illness of 24c ,
M E. S. Matthews. and Mrs. Lamlra Murden and son' her' father. C. CU ,Mgr. -

are spending a couple of months at 3 lOc'
*h Pajamas only $1 at Stern0. Daytona Beach. B. Jacobs and daughter. Miriam, 5c Salt - pkgs.
a left Tuesday for New York Boston Whole Grain

Yancey S. Williams Jr., left) and Baltimore. They will be gone Tall Can-Pink 4

L. Beasley and :Mrs. O. Tuesday night for Bamberg S. C., three weeks and Miss Jacobs will 666 RICE,51bs.21c

tin were visitors In Jackson- where ,be will attend summer visit friends while her father is Salmon,2for------f
Monday schooL buying fall and winter line of goodsfor LIQUID OR TABI.IDTS
the Starke and Green Cove Relieve* Headache NeejraUrl I"SO
Best Grade White
stores. **.*..*>. ......10. a Odd the fine. Size Can Gibb's
Miss: Helen Holstein of :Monetta Springs sler. sad check Mulatto. t. three Large

tNT S. C., has been a guest of :Mr. and ,"r606 !" BACON per Ib.12c
A Salve off;Baby's Cold.
WORD Mrs. T. S. Williams and family for Mrs. L. 1.. Roane and little son Pork & Beans 4 for 25c

the past week. after a visit of several weeks In 0- ..... .". 1 r ..,. '" l H I n I i i ... ,?.,. ,, .i ,,.,..,..,,...,..,. ,.,.. m ;'.

COLUMN Starke their and Gainesville! New will leave .r f ' Guaranteed to make a re biaculf t
for home In Orleans m
aii-. and :Mrs. J.:Frank Carpenter '
and: baby will arrive' Saturday :'La., Thursday. Mrs. Roane win be hlMS:' I Snowdrift Flour 12'Ibss 35e 24 Ibs. -65c'I ;I

-Mlaaionarry 'straw- from Wlnaton-Salem N C., for a 'accompanied M. E. Edwards by and her:sister mother' Kr, :Mrs..'I. : ; :

visit here with relatives. 'I ', '1) H ***i *fa ?*i* *** > *''ifff.'TP** """"JBi'B'M|' .. _. '
"T Plants ; -
$2.00 per 1000 de- C. Adkins and son, Jimmie of '0' >\
wtd. J. W. Bedenbaugh, Gainesville. TheSte: .i" OU: : Beat Compound : Full Cream Charmer 2 cant,
of Fernan

SALE pton. STRAWBERRY,e-26-2t* dna:Miss a'vilst, has Mollle returned here Hardee with to her her uncle home and after i I Miss with Margaret a swimming Williams party entertained at- The, Guaranteed./r.r'!I '" ', I LardlblOc. : Cheese, Ib.. - 18c Coffee -----,2 |I1 1

1000 Mlssionarry strain. $2 aunt. Mr.: 'and Mrs.: L. A. Davis. I the cottage of her parents on Lake ,.:One' 'eMMNNNNNN" r";. 3t

Ile 8. R. Swindell. Theres-' Mr. and Mrs. & C. CarneU and Klngsley. Those Invited were: . ...- "" Juicy Pineapple, Rosedale No. 21-2 can ?_'__-__ ZOc
7-3-4t Misses Thelma and Pauline Priest .
of Ormond spent Sunday I Lemonsdoz.-
TO SHARE: CllOPOrL with Mrs.. Carnell's parents, :Mr. Hope Bitch and Katherine, Lillian Stemberg Haynes,,Dorothy Annie -- WFrigidake Peaches, Argo, No. 21-2 can __________"', lIe ;,

for, ***... Strawberry and 'and :Mrs. F. A. Scott. May and Mary Pearce and : .

3"J* crop. References fur- Frederick Camell is Katherine Gassett Apples 'doz---.29c JELLO, assorted, I/o',., -____, -___r----- 25e ;
a'H. C. Gibson Ralford. lt. James ,
with.his "'
SALE spending grandparents several, :Mr. and Mrs F. A. Panama City Chrlsto's, Stores the three year gnat-. j' Iceberg Pickles, assorted, Qt. ____________?____ 25c"Salad \
ith1odZllsphonatnuslC.1U leased building formerly occupiedby

BadtL, Ruse A Daffla and plan to open anted electric*relrlg.t.c. Dressing, medium, __. life '
esndit1on. ---------
Lettuce each
Very cheap. Mrta & ,
department story '. ""
Levitoa 'tRev.. F. Scott of Lakeland '!' ..4
0 ,
Starke. yN
6262tlnlttc'fresh .,. ieba"F. LIMA BEANS dried lb. 7l-2c
Mr. F. A. Scott a+ .___________ .
visited his brother, .r .....n.-.rr,. ... Jumbo

Pun butt :Monday while ea route to Clayton. ,a ."'IiO.t', "' BLACK EYED, PEAS,Ib. ________ ______ 6c ;
and delivered Ga-, for the summer. !!/ ?
IJ! or at Say it with Flower For bySmith's Celery each19cRed '

1>.. m41ee BUcayne north of Filling Starke.Sta-H. :Miss Mary Lee Wynn after a two ... ._ .r T ale! PEPPER, Black, 1-2 lb. _____________ 2Sc

735tttraa'.d week's vacation with her returnedto parents, Flower For All Meat Water. I 8 LB. PAIL. LARD _.--__- -____a_____ 95c i'
:Mr. and MnvU: A-Wynn a
or stolen. bull St Augustine Sunday. ServkeStation Melons s
t OccasionsGERTRUDE - -,- lOc Vinegar, Helm 661. Gallon __,_----SOc.
old Color,real,
ODe lid ear marked and crop two spUta' ''Mr] and'' Mrs:Miss S. O.Eleanor Lewis Lew-and .. .. F . Maiden Blush Qt. SOAP,'.weetTollet: 6 for___..._____._... 25c ; ;
crop upper bit granddaughter GODBEY
r oUaer.1lforlhaUon $5.00 towardand la spent Sunday In Jacksonville I w

tit, : Nettie Starling hCOYery.1rIra. at. with relatives.Mr. i ANDERSON Starke FJa. Apple Butter 19c Located Between Post office and Bank ;

R:lnebt's Store, Starke. ft- and Mrs. p IL Barefoot and' Phone 39 Waldo Fla y1'

daughters, Sarah and Juanita, were I I



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PAGE SIX .. RIDty Jjp lI
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. Tax**
DvMrlptloit 0eo. T. R. A.CONTINUED Owner .t Cot D..erlpelea ..... T. n. A. Owner .. Cost 3>eerl.tloB Sea T. R.NBVi Al. Owner

I ft. W570ftN185ft2' : _ __________'8 6 U 10 Arthur /

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ( FROM PAGE 2.) 670 ft to bev-3 A ______14 7 11 84 V. D. Dyal -_______ 37.74 W 4V4 A of NBVi Of NW% Lee
Lots 1 S 3 of Blk IS T.m- NWVi of BEVi Bx 1 An I NJD of NWVi _ .________26SH G II 15 T. T. ---1\\

t from _.u-e DemonstraUon t ph'* Addition to Stark In Cor A *x road _.._____26 7 11 88 Angus Hall . -----.. 28.88 of NWVI of NWW _._26NBVi II U 29 Mrs, R.Blackburn a.
Weekly a NEY"of"- NWVi A cart SE ___28 II 81 10 R. L. OOlbelf11.
Specialist, Tallahassee of WV4 of NE W of RyA SVi of BWVi also beg at All SKVi of tP454 W S4of RyX Brown ------ '_11
NB cor of BBVi of SW Cor of NEVi of 8WraSrunN100yde.Ti19: BWVi of % of SBVi! I

F I NWW .________.S8 I S3 -I. W. Edwards _.______ 10.81. of SWe. A A all SWfi
Lots 1" 1 IS of Blk B Rls- :yd* 8 100 yds W 190 yd* of I'IW' ex BVi' of NBVi
PEACH RECIPES Inr-n Addition to Btarke to besr, also beg at BE) oor of SW'4 of SWVi-3 3-0 A
In NWVi of NWVi South of NWVi of SWVi A run N "lot 100 ft N
27 8 21 23 J. M. Reddish ____ 18.11 100 ydW. 85 yde 8 100 ? .x Bolt
Peach Butter 8kof otyN21V4 A Air"IwWof yds M 66 yd. to be*' ____3J 7 11 85 B. H. Hall _____ B1.05 of side A of adjoining SW% of road right El

Use 4 quarts ripe peaches, sugar, a N34 NBVi 01 8 SBV4 of publlo"___road__..T7 ( 31 140 Le* Morsran _ .__ ".93 WWt A: In of NQ NBVi for of8 NW4.ofeEV. of way _ ___-.-.26 5 32 18 J. L. Harrell &

and Juice of 1-2 lemon. NE'4 of _______....14 C 11 40 n. C. Con ___ 1971 _15 7 11 21 Mrs. Orac Kinney __ 111.II All SBVi of SWVi B of R18 5 22 IS Mr. Lucy F. Ca
H. ______ 19.71 ofN4ofNWl4exE EH of SBVi of SHJVi *x a
Spw! Of RIt\ __-_ $ I 31 40 T. Tier NWt Harrell
Dip the> peaches first In boiling NW 1 % .. why of2 fl ft _ ____ __ _18 7 It 40 D. B. Nolan _____._ 28.91 CorOat NEcor A -87 I 22fi 11:1. L. Harr..n
water, then In cold water and slip S y of NW Vi also com NWVi of 8W14 -_-.___.-18 1 11 40 '". T. Crouch .__.. 111." of. Sec ell A A Co. ,h9
1 1v and at IIW! Cur of NWVi of Com on 8 line of of run W 1(0( ft 8 1030 ft
g off the sklna. Cut hi pieces BWVi A run E < chaD 48 ,, ..' '' NBVi on .W NWN Rr E1630ftN1030fttobeg

cook until very soft. Press through links, thence N 40 de- , I right of way A run N on - -------.__-__ig C2B .0 James aooflf
IUi colander and measure; to each (Tree* TO 30 chn thence W right of way TO yds to a 2134 of lot 14 A all lot 16 In now -II
a 9 chn thence 8 to ber- V ? ,, I pt of be> thence W ITO Woodlawn - .----_-_--go S3 IS W. N.
1 pint of pulp allow 1 cup sugar. :Mix 18 A also 2V4. A In NW oor yds N .de B 224 Lot 50 83 A BVi of lots 61 Norman __
and lemon Juice of BWMof SWVi ___-____38 8 SI 79 W. M. Whitten ___ 40.81 too r Ebt of way 63 In YS L. II
peach pulp, sugar All NBVi of River A NBVi rneos : right of way 8V4 of lot InlWoodlawno31 a Ef 5.6 L HJ ParmeDhr -It

and cook until of the conaiaeMsce of of V.E ex about 4 A for 114 I-I yds to b.. ___28 7 n 8 Unknown _ ., _______ n.lo WV4 of lot 17 A all 18, (1, Hili ------_ I

marmalade. Pour Into sterile jars church A cemetery A8EV4 N' of NW% _?_29 T 11 80 L. C. smith ________:;__ 158.88NID'4 32 64oin1Woodlown It 6 Y8 20 J.'C.
f and seal at once. Or, wash thor- of SKVi N of branchA of NW :=::------U 7 11 40 Chas. M. McKinney _ __ 19.78 Lot 8l W. vf. Brooks -----11
rfWVi of SEVi A NEVI SVi of NWVi of 2'4W3436 6 U
Com at 8m Col' of W3ofNEy4 10 James ------11
oughly nice, ripe peaches; cut and of SWU ________.;.._-29 8 SI IU W. M. Whitten _____148.14 run W 171 yde All BVi of NBVi to NBVi of Jones ---11

remove pits If free stones. Cook SWVi Of BWViNH _________1It 8 31 40 B. V. Sturdivant ____ 11.11. N 1111 yds E 115 yde. I l116lde BEVi B of Ry __________15 B 22 4 Mrs.
___ .11B' Lucy ,
f _____80 II 10 W. M. Whltt..n _ F Harrell
j of ME% of BE% \\ to b. -. A Nm% All N 1-" of NWW of NWVi _
; la their own Juice until soft enoughto o of BHJH of SEVTof -____-80 8 10 C. H. & John Items __ 9.111Ntt'4 3. _ _-.____-12 7 11 48 Unknown _ ...___ 13.14BE W of Ry ex 1 34 A for ,
put through dllver to remove NBVi of NEVi ____::11 8 11 10 C. H. Rents ______ 1.81sw3 : % of 8E V4 _____ .ET 4 It 40 K. C. Cannon ________ 311.10 cemetery------------35 B 23 II.T. L.
of 8WV4 or Lct' ___13 II 11 113.T. W. Townsend --- 18.161E 82134 nf 6E14.____________11 4 II 40 B. B. Wilkinson _____ 1a.10 Lot 1 Feetnvllle embraeln Harrell& CoB .._.1
ti skins and pits If clings; measure of NWVi of NWV____-34 G 11 10 1111''' JL 0. -- 10.0111 811 of N34 of NID'" or 834 N' o of NE'4 & NE\4 of

pulp; allow half as much sugar as BEl'.4 of NBV4 A N 15 A of of NWt .f lots 1. I 1..11 NW 34 -___ !5 22 17 Mrs Lucy
____ n.n
1 AI pulp. When pulp is heavy add sug- SBvTIf"NEVi!: __ 14 8 31 III W. F. Harnags A In 8W Cor ;._ 86 4 IS 10 JL H. Pollard ______11.88 SWVi of 8E\4 of NB'vI"ABBVi F. Harrell __I I
A" NE"vi""ofSEVi 811 or 82134 ot N'Yy4/ N34of of BWVi of NEVi A
ar and cook until clear and of the ; __ __ ____________" 8 21 10 W. O. Clemone- _____ 40.12NW'4 Nm\1..of\ ______ 88 4 IS 40 Unknown _ _______ 12.10NE'4 NIf of NBVI of NWVi of
Pour In hot of SWl4Ex5Ain of NE'4 .x lote 8 8 1 BE% & Nil of NW'4 of
desired consistency. __ 11I.41
NEf Cor _ 11I II 81 113.. A. Harnags W of & 8E of
% NE14
l g sterile Jars. Seal and process Im NE'4 of SWt/- :-_::-:..::11I II 81 .0 T. N. Norman _...- __.- lII.n .. WWt Ry of NEW V& NW,.__ 1 II U 105 N. T. Ritch _______153.U NE% of 82114 .. ____18 S 22 10.T. e. Austin _____-t
E"It of Lot 10 of Blk 8 A" ( SW% off WRAofEllofSW4of ,
'G 'A; mediately. Tots S 10 of Blk 8 In Hell- ENE REF. oS NW ofNW4kSE NW34 -- ----- I 8 22 S Unknown _
i Peach Ice Cream bronn Spring In NBVi __38NWVi 5 Green .to Mitchell ____ 8.n 01 NE of VWVs NBVi of SEVi A NV4 of N% ------_

'' Use 2 milk 2 cream or of NWVi ________ 1 II \\ ..0 Elam Lewis _ __ 11.71 of NWI4&. of SEVi Of SE% _____ 9 I II 80 Ed"" & Catherine
cups cups
BV4 of BWVi of NBVi ---- 1 8 tl 10 Kelley D..Su. _ __ 10.09 of NW _____ 2 I U 180 N. T. Ritch ____a._151... Rogers - _
evaporated milk 3 peach pulp,, of SW% of - \I
Eft: of SWJi of SBVi < tltl 110 Mr. E. Edwards It.n N 14 _________ 4
lemon KEY------- 1 8 6 W5. & 81O34Uri 11 8 II 11 Mra. Katie
2 1-2 cups sugar, 1 tablespoon All NBViNof- road ____ I a 1111 Mr.. Anne Alvares__ 76.91sn of A SEW. Of 8WJ4 -______ 4 8 III 40 Inman & Mae Bell 11
t t' juice. % of SWViBWVi ______ a 8 11 40 &" Raymond In 851 (ry right of way). I 6 U 1184 N. T. Ritch _________118.41 EV4 of NEW of SEVi\ --- 4 8 U 20 Ja. R. : Adkins _:::i'
1114 Lot. 13 U iii 18 In Wood- Wainwright ,,,
W-8 A of
Crosby------ BWVi of SWVi 6 8 U
Peel ripe peaches and put thru of FlW% _________ I 8 II 40 W. C. Ward ____________ It.71 lawn _ .__: __________10 6 13 40 Peter .Tor..n.on ______. .a.80 2114of81034&1014of am.- 8 N. E. Mathis _------_
q a coarse sieve. Add sugar and 8' of SWV __ 4 8 11 80 Emplr. Lumber Co. __ n.1I Lot U In Woodlawn ___10 6 21 10 Lacy Orlf'l. 6.98 of SWH of SBVF------- 8 8 22 88 N. B. Matbls
1n lemon Juice stir well and allow to end' of S SWy4 of Lot 11 In Woodlawn ____11 6 aa 10 Dr. 0..0. E. Smith _____ ,,11.118 E% of BWVi of SEVi i W% ___--_ t
8JJ! % S SWyV.i f BE* -___ II 8 11SI 120 Empire Lumber Co. ___ 118.81 Lots 13 40 n 68 In Wood- of SBVi of SBVi __..___. 9. 8 22 30 :Ninety A
stand while the cream. lawn _ ______11 6 II 40 A. King ___
{ preparing NEVi of NETi A W% of 3. Swarts _______ 15.58 SE\4 of NBVi A BV4 of SEVi -- 11
Add milk and cream gradually to A NWVi WV.8WJ4 of3Wv Lot 43 In Woodlawn ....____11 6 2t 10 Samuel Clark _ __ 8.U A SWVi of SEVi A" all SVi
NETVi, _ 8 8 880 3. W. Townsend ____1114.10 Lot 55 In Woodlawn ___13 6 Ii 10 C. H. Addison ______ 8.11 __10 6 22 194 Wm
peach pulp and freeze. of?8W4- __ ______ 7 8 21 .0 Whrlrlne Bro. _ __ .IUIII Lot III! In Woodlawn13 6 U 10 Unknown _ _____ B.U E1ofoWBW%oo fNW434A A E. Yarbrough --- I

Peach Cake _________ 7 II 21 180 Lawrence WI sln. __ 71.8i1E" Lot 411 In Woodlawn _18 5 21 10 Hettle Bennett _ _____ 8.11 WV4 Of SE:% of NWVT___10 8 :22: 40 Mark A
'"'BH owv' ::;,78 S 21 480 Empire Lumber Co. ___138.17 Lot. iii 11II In Woo"la..n ___18 6 III 20 David L. Starllng ____ 18.n aof NWVi A" NWu of 'Ollreatb __ a
It Cut top off a loaf of sponge or Wft. A WV4! of NWH "ofNHVi 1 A In Lot 23 W of Ry -__18 6 III 1 Cha. McCartn.y _ ___ 4.11 SWVi A" WV> of sW34ofSWy4AW34of214of
cake and center & NWt of Lot.I 8 In Wood
remove SWVi of NBVi
good plain ,, A
of SEViBV4 ________ 1 8 21 4110 Empire Lumber Co. __108.48 lawn _________18 6 II 10 W. H. Robinson _____ 1'1.19 NEVi 0 -8W'4 ._ __11 8 S3 180 Unknown
f%Y leaving a shell about 1-2 inch thick. NWVi of SBVi .. .. ..10NEVi 8 21 80 81m Kelley _____ 417.81 tote U, 42 In Woodlawn _18 6 n ZO 3. M. Truby _________ 13.81 W 8W _ ____--1
Mix together 8 tablespoons sugar of tnVVi- '-- --A--In SW'4. of SW'4 ef BE'>4 _U 5 B3 10 B. Cline _ __________ '.'11 %of of % of SEVi! _____11 ( SS 20 Paschal Bros. _ __ I
1 NW Cor .o:0Oa:: 10 8 21 10 W. C. Ward _...:_____ IUt Lot 16 In Woodlawn __u 6 Jill 10 J. 8. Sterling ________ 811 E'4 NE36 of SWVi __..--M 4 23 10 Cameron Stove Co.wl
water and boll 3 min of of
8 and boiling NWVi of BWVi _____11 8 21 40 W. T. Crosby _________ 1',71 Lot. 10, 11 In Woodlawn _14 6 23 10 ;J. A. Aep..r..n ______ 11.89 Wt\ of SWV S1I1'4 & SE.4.NW _of 11 ( 83. .20 Cameron Stove Co .1

ty, utes. Add enough powdered sugar NBVi, of NBVT, -....____18NBViof 8 21 40 Mre. Maggie E. Edwards n.n : Loll 43 44 In'Woodlawn _.14 6 81 20.T. 1\1.\ Truby ______ 18.89I 4 - .__._____l4_18 8 as 80 Wm. E.
to make an Icing that can be easily NWVi ex N 1811 :ydsA I Lot U W34 O. Lot .1 In WVi of NE% of NWW of Turbrough .,_. (j

M Cover rim and sides of cake Bx W 88-yd* _____18WV4 8 21 10 E. 3. Lewis _________ n.1I : Woodlawn .oodlawn16: 6 n U John S. Tyler lUI gW% A" a strip 40 ft-wlde .
spread. of NWVi ._____..._13 8 11 80 Unknown _ ____111.11 Lots 16 16 33 In 6 D. L. Rlgeby =:=:= W of same __ __ i- 8 23 B John
K with Icing and sprinkle thickly with EI
K shredded of NWVi ______14 8 11 40 Floyd Crosby _ ___ 80.111 854 of Lot tit In Woodl..n15 6 21 I A. Stocker _ ______ ..11 W34 _ _______14 8 28 B J. O.
chopped pecans or cocoa- SWV Of NWV _._____ 14NBVi 8 11 .0 Lester Crosby _'___ 11.14 'Lot II In Woodlawn ___.16 I III 10A. M. Lewis __________ 11.98 SW Luke _
11'' nut. Fill center with sliced sugar of N1014 ______-15 8 21 40 O. E. Crosby _________ n.n 1054 of Lot 10 In WoodJawn1'1 5 B3 I Unknown _ _______ 8.31 % Of of SW% of NR%
of 18 8 21 80 Emplr. Lumber Co. __ 81.31ENEV Lot 80 In Wondlawn _----17 1111; 10 Mr. Rosa Wagner __ r-SBii SE% of NWiJ15 8 U 20 Mr. Josephine Edwardi 11
ed them Serve HV4 NWVi ------------ 11,71 NBV4 of _
peaches heaping
SWll __ _
up. __ _l( a
8W% A NWVi Of Lot. II 14 II 30 In Wood- & ? 40 F. M. Garrett ___.____ 21
r with, plain cream. A N21 V of NWft _17 8 21 110 Emplr. Lumber Co. .-._ '18." lawn : __11 II 81 40 J. W. Wagner ______ 11.80 NW% ot SW of __18 8 II 40 Mre. L. A. Kuhl ___ li
r' Sweet Peaches a SEV4.18EVjofNwTk 8 21 180 Emplre Lumber Co. __ 1t.06 Lot 14 In Woodlawn _____110 6 II 10 Unknown _ ______ 11.11 8E3. 4 ot NW'4 910: _.._..16 I 13 10 Percy Wilson Co. _
Spiced NEy4 of
..yofNEV 2154 ot 5W34 of 8EV4 82134 BEI4 Of NW __18 8 II 10 R..J. Davis ...!I_
Put In kettle 3 1-2 pounds of sugar BV4o8WVi__-19 I 21 no Emplr. Lumber Co. __ _175.81 of 52134 _ _________11 II It 80 James Ooodf.llow _ 411.10 SWV4 NEVT of SW3 of NE34' ___18 8 II 10.T. W. Edward's"_____
SW34 of NE'4 .. _______11 II II 40 Mr. of NE 145 EVi of .
of W 9 1-2 A In E. R. Harmon 1a.50
1 pint vinegar, 1 pint of water, SEVi Sjg\ car of NE14 of SWVi _U 8 21 50 A. F. 1IIaroott. ______ It.1ST 2134 of N2134 ex NE4 of NW# of NBV ____-___18 ( S3 (0 Oreen A Mitchell. ..,,- t
ginger root 1-3 ounce, whole cloves 034 of NE% 11 II 81 70 0.0. 11' Young ____ 10.81 NWVi of SWVi of NBVi .._16 8 22 10 R..J. Davis _________
t/ 1-2 ounce, stick cinnamon 1-2 oz. Bike 6 Lake 16-16 Shores lots In In Crosby BBVi/- W34 of am% ot"NWT x.12 6 U aO.T. C. Prevatt _________ 13.81 SVi of NBVi of NBVi _.___178V4 6 83 SO( Harry O. Strochfeldt8WJ4 .I

F. Marootte ____ U'1 W 1-4 of NW34 of SEy4 also of SWJ4 of NBVi B of
.5.r, Bring mixture to boll. Let stand Elks of Sec 18-111 24 A In lots NBVi In Crosby of .25- 431 A. com at NID Cur of SW'4 road A NBVi of SBVi *.

I over night to absorb spice flavor. Lake Shores In SBVi of Nm'4 a run W J8 3.3 all NW'4 of SE34E of

strain and add boiling hot to Jar of Seo 24 A in NWVi of.-S5 6 11 Mrs. Jane I1alll. ______ 5.07 rd. thence 8 60 rds W 63- public I read & l4 !
Bike 2 19-16 lots In Crosby 1-1 rds to W line of said of 5EV4 __---- _17 ( 23 100 .J. M. Truby _________ ? 71
or can; or preferably, pour over Lake shores In BBVi of forty thence 8 al'O rds 9 BR'n W Did* of NW14 for

e' prepared peaches and let stand ov- lea! 24 A In NE% of .-25 6 21 Laura 101. Dauber ___ 5.07 to a line of forty church *x N 1 A
Blks. 35 84-20 lots In Crosby thence E 80 rds N 10 rdsNBVi _ -----_____u (22 8 Annie Ooodwlne ___ l!
er night. Then drain off, boll Lake Shores In SBViof to beg - -___________ II 81 110 M. D. Olcott ______ 111.98 NWVi Tl of $Wex9AS .

again and add to peaches that have Sec 24 A In NBVi of__25 6 31 ,- Simon U.low _____ 8,87 NE'4 oofNW'% ofNE t8W14 ? I N 5 A In A SW A 8V&Cor of A SWt..x:?
In Crosby
Bike 17 23-20 lot.
1 been packed In Jar. Process 12 to Lake Shores In SBVi 4 .... .____: .22 6 BI: 110 Mabel Walnwrlsbt _ 11.49 A 0 A W

1ft minutes. of See 24 A In NBVi of.25 6 21 Mn. Eva Brlsbols ______ 5.87 213.4 of Ny'! of, NW,. of road In NW% of SEVi A
Blk 1-IT lot. A Bike 4 6 11 ...,----------13 I II 15 M.P'. Brown ___ 11.18 213 W 01% of 8W% of SBVi -: _17 ( 22 154 J. C. DeBevolse. __..._.10
NE14of of
NE34 __
18 18 17-16 lots each A N aW'4 Of NE% of W NID'4 ___10 6 22 20. ,Truby.A Hercule.- 14

IRON SULPHATE WILL Blk 11-21 lot. A Bike NW% ___:__ -13 II III 4 0..0. F. Young ______ 9.08 Alot road% of 21z ESI of 1ftE 21
'i PREVENT!: YELLOWING!: S3 23 28 28 83 86 37-20 N of .38 I 13 10 0.0. 11'. __IO ( 22 IS Sarah R. Robinson l
lots each A Fracl Blks .9 SWt of NW34 of NW'WV4 & Young ________ 18.U NW'4 .x 40 A off of W side

OF CENTEPEDE LAWNS 80 81 In Crosby LakeHhores .34 ot BW 3. of NW\4. 23 I II &s! of 8W3 at 82134 Of
40 Oeo. F. Young ____
In BBVi of Sea 34 Lots 12 a 478ofElk1Town _? 13.83 N of _.. ____20 ( 22 228 J. C. DeBevolse __--16
l Gainesville, Fla. Yellowing of In NBVi of ________35NBVi 8 SI Geo. A., & A. M. MarOotte 17.10 of Lawt..y. west of All BE of BW34 S of roadtO 6 23 12 R. F. Demorent _

centepede lawns seems to be Smith _______ It.78 ____ 8W'4 0 SW'4 ----____20 6 S3 40 Mrs.. Louise Williams .l
grass of BKJVi: -.-___3T4Wft 8 11 .0 W. :r-f. Ry t.' _----13 G III Roy ReddIsh _ ___ 25.88 E31 of 82114 of 8E'4
due to a mineral deficiency in the of BWU ___.--___S S 8 SI 41) W. H. Smith _____ 11.73NWV I Lot. 1346676 of21k5 154 A __ ___ex__S '
20 ( __ 2
S3 IS .,
of BWVi _________29 8 31 41) Empire Lumber Co. __ n.n Town of Lawt.y West of --- Roy Edwards
son. according to a number of experiments SBVi of SIS 14 __________19NBVi 8 11 41) W. JL Smith ____ 19.71 II SI W! of 8BU of 8W% .x 1
a II
that have been conducted : A NM of BBVI30\ 8 21 .$40 Empire Lumber Co. .101.11! I WRr. 11 of -;.---si'i""i13 Mre. Ja. Ooocu..Uow 8U. All lot 8W In NE! cor w of road_31 I 23 10:1. W. Edwards -____,.4
smCor of % of SW% m of pub-
here by Dr. O. C. Bryan, professor About 3V of 8BVi A In N of Hy ..82NWVi 8 31 8 W.'J. Rober.on _______ Ill town of Lawt..y We.t of Ho road Ex about II A In
BBVi I ny. _______________13 8 II .
- Mrs. Louise Lowr __ SI1! .
n.7I 21.86"
_ eoI' All
of agronomy with the University of SWVi __._23 8 11 41) S..rena Johnson Lots 1 I I 4 of Elk II town NWI4 of
Lot ? or of NEVi _____36 9 11 II 101. J. McRae ______ 81.18 5W14 21 road a A In
BH of
of Florida College of,Agricul Lawtey west of Ry 8 II -. Z. K. Reddish __ NE : :
All Lot. B 17 8 or Fraol h Lots 1 2 7 B of Elk ii" ___ 10.111 oor 11. A W elde21 8 U '4T Mr..'Atrnes Simpson _-71 1
ture. Centepede has been gainingpopularity 8 8 of Ry____ _______-16 8 SI IU W. M. Edwards ___111.00N town of Lawte west of All SW'4 of 8W34 W of -
6 of NV, of II' NE34 __ 1 7 31 It W. 101. Edwards __..,.-- n.n Ry ____ I 112 public road _. __ ---____21 6 12 IS Roy Edwards _ ____-1 I
i rapidly as a lawn grass.This All Bike S7 IS Sampson Lote I-4--of But--as owofLawt.y Oeo. F. Tounlf ___::__ 11.18 NWi of NW% Ex 1 lot In

spotted yellowing condition 4 7 21 8 H. Varn. _____ n.'o NW cor - --- Yl 6 12 40 Truby A" Hercules __ II
west of R1' _-3$ I II 1
6 AUn 8W Cor of SWVi of 0.0. F. Young _______ 4.011 114 A" com 10( ft Woof
has probably been Its greatest disadvantage. BWVi .' _________.. 4 7 SI 5 H. Varna _ ---- .... Dias.Lot 8 Town of Lawt.r: I II i cor of SWVi of BWVi A .
:5oftRJ Roy Reddish '_ _____ 11.01 run N 810 ft
About 1 1-3 A In NW Cor 1 lot : .Iii1 6y; 10ri13 : W lute S
Dr. Bryan now recommends that of NWVi\ of NWVi\ N of JII A W S of Hotel lot exIot1ftN&8by40ft 310 ft B 816 ft to beg21 6 S3 3 Annie) Coleman - -1:
ny A 3 A a of Ry 4 7 31 3 W. J. Rob.non __, 4.11 NWVi of SID% of SWVi --31 8 22 10 Oeo. H. Weller ____
Where yellowing I. noticed the NBVi of NBVi A N ---1 ;, & W In SE Cor of same I Com at SW cor of fclSA,
lawn be sprinkled with a solution SYVtt of NBVi ______ I 7 11 TO W. J. Rober.on ___ 89,88W.4 Town of Lawt.w.e'. of owned tract of and formerly

NW of __, 8 'U 10 Henry Tomlln.on _ __ 10.01 By' _ _. __ I by P. C. Good wine
made by dissolving 1 teaspon of NW Of NE\4%\ SBVi 8 7 II 41) W I. Dearer _____ n.n One - 8 II -1.; L. Harr.lI .to Co. 18.. A run B along side of .
lot State
on at iii It N aid land
to SB ,
Iron '" oVf cor of .
y' sulphate In 2 gallons of water. AU of ----------1 ,
Abby 100ft21A W Sarah
This amount should treat 8 to 8square brancnA SV{ ofNV&Vf NWVi__- I 7 31 110 Hn. M. E. Oood ___ 61.98 bounded N by Mrs. M. S. ..-J I variation Scotfn W land about South 106

yards. The powdered sulphate SWVi\ of \ of I 9 T:11: .0 L. L. Leach ____ 1'.87 Brown Town of Lawte todbeg a post, thence NW .
\ BHVj'V-WH Ry __.__lll 5 II Geo. F. In NEVi of _21 _. It
4 should not be used as it will 4of Lo.t lIo S Town of Lawtey Young _____ 8UII Lot 1 2 of Elk 1 SWVi 6 23 8 John Powell (col) --

t burn the lawn. The mixture should 9w1of SBVi sly oil ____ 10.91 E of ny In Sees U 14 15.11 I II D. C. Kinlaw'___ Development Plnehurst
NBV! ? ________ 7 31 10 W, 0. Stephenson Lot 8 Town of Lawtey E of 63,48 in NWVi of

mixed be sprinkled to on as soon as it Is SV.of ofTBVi NKVi i of NBVi NBVi of A NEW: SEVi.-ll 7 21 100 B. O. Dyal __ ___ 11I.011 Lot By In II Town S.ce II of It Lawte 16 ____E__+of_11 5 II 0"0. P.: Young. _____ 4.411 I Lots"! "of"Blk-T prn-nTi7stMDevelopment 6 23 ,_ W. M. Thomas ______ 4

prevent hydrolisls. Cop- All 8W of NBft A" fly Sec. 1$ 14 25 _..... II III Mr.. In NWVi\ of
E. *
eroua or ferrous sulphate may be of BBg 8 of Hy A 8W' Lot : ex 5 lots in SW rll ?_ lUl Lot Jll'fSIi": rtU II 22 Unknown - - --
of _ .14 7 21 .0 E.I. King __-.,- 41.11 1-Plii
but 101 It by 110 It each town -
used, the ferrio form is
slightly V"8T"rn Development
8WV! in NW% of
of Lawt.Y' E of 1n8.cs
prefered. NEW0f ______...... 7 11 81 E. J. ,. ..11,01 Ry : -- 6 22 . *
? - r,4 Parer II It 21 _________11I 5 11 C. Lotsoh ----
BWVi of NWViNEtfof _.------- .7 21 .0 W. IL\ ____ It.'l' On. lot 105 tt m 5 W by 110tt D. C. Kinlaw ________ n.1I Lots 10 11 IFoTBlL .> ;;
NW i A NH of hurst Development "in
SBVi.. of NWW ______11 7 21 80 W. H. Buchannon ____ 1t.1T 10 N town& 8 of In SW Lawtey CDI' ot Ii1 lot of Leto' of SID'4 21 a 22 Unknown . -___ 1
E34 of NW14 -.18 7 11 BO Empire Lumber Co. _ 88.81 113 of 1Uk i p1ne
Rr In eec. II It II .
WBWF! FARM PROGRAM 8H4: of NW\4 __--7 I U 40 Emplre Lumber Co.,_ n.n : .26 I II 1111'. Annie Lou Oodwln_ 14.11 huret Development In '
W of W1{, of Nm'4 .. JII Com 101 It JII of 8W eot' of ", NWy4 of 8m% ------21 6 S3 Sarah Courtney -- 1S
-rile Vote of 10 A Of NW'4 I ______10 7.1NBVi 10 J. H. Krebs _____ 18.48 lot 10 A run N 110 It JII Lots rot Blk S Plnehuret
Florida"I 106 tt 8 110 ft W 101 ft Development
I or of NWVi___less_Rr____right 31 T 11 S3 J. A. J. MoKlnney. Jr.,_ It." to b.. Town of way E of N In 4 .
y S..oe 18 U 15.18 Lot If 6 d of 13ik
I 21 Mr.. i Pins
W% of SE4 t ____ T II 80 W. T. McEver _____ 16.019W54 Annie Lou Godwln It'll
Gainesville Fla.-With Lot 11 Town 01 -
top- ______ 33.14 Lawt.1' E burst Development
Grave In
of NE'4 _________11 7 11 4I.T. A.
r "A New of By In Sees II It 15II I II Mra M. E. NWVi of SEVi _____ 4
ic. Declaration of Independence E SW' of NW( .. Lot 11 Town of JII Edwards -- I.III Lots si 6 22 Lula Mae Hutton
NEy1 __ 11 1 It 10 P. T. Abernathy __..._ 81.80Wt Lswtey i 145679f1e0f8ik
for '" 0' IIW'4 _
; ) the Florida of In
Farmer RT II 84 IIII
II .. 4 Pln..huret
10.00 Mr. E.
{ of SW of NW1421 T 11 30 Unknown _ __ R. Harmon I.II D..v..lopm.nt.
Lot -
hearting the list another series . 19.71 14 A 811 of Lot 11 town In NW'4 of 82114!: ___ ___ T
of NW'4 of NBVI -33 T 11 40 L. jr., Wynn .n. of Lawte I'J et..Ry In 11 I 22 Oo. F. Younr _
Vtorlda Farm Hour ilk H-' lot- Hampton S. W34ef H1k19ofRl W' ,
,talks broadcasts II It II $ 8 ,
r -- ----- II-D. C. Kinlaw .' <
Shores being a sub-dlv- Lc>t. I' II Town of La..t.r ---- un kE34ofBIk28ofRS >i.\\< ,
at noon each day from state of Lo 34AalllotI ', E of RJ' .n, 80.8 .51 : W ha Temples SuI dl.11 1 22 It 'W. radio station N of Highway A WVs of ItIII '
has '
WRUF been _
Just S3 T 31 Unknown .. __-. I." - ?+ I II Mr. M. 21. Edwards & SEV4 of Blk 'f. "
Lot 7 --_- Lot It Town .f LawneJ' H _U.11 I 8 of R ,
1 i-minced. by the University of Blk 1-13 Iota Hampton I ,of Ry In S.ce U U IIII I II I W In Temples sub dlv11 II II t 'Mrs.'L> A. Kuhl __ 14
> aTtortda. ,Agricultural Extension Shares being a sub-dlv J. L W. H.. An4r.w. I.U NE34 of N2114 of 8W34t1 I II 10 0.1 R. Cooper __-
of lots 3 4 0 Sell lot I Ntof LotOexLotIOOrtN&8 2134ofB1k18otR3HA! .
8srv.ce. The programs will begin Hls-hway A WH of by 0100 tt S W In NW all that I <

at 12 ordock,, eastern standard -L 7 11 P.knowa. .,. __,, 4.07 I Car Town of Lawtsy JII of 8 of u fOPfafll .. ""f"

r ..... schedule follows BIt't.s"i i i-U.mPto..1I Lo-"lln'.I 3416 _.-_1I I II Kr. Annl. Loa Oodwln_ 17.07 *W.Vi of NWVi A N 81 ft ",4" .
The r dlv.oflat.140A1111otIN. of Lawte1- N1a"
Shores being a sub- Blk "
Bat; July *-.A of R" III 8..,. II 11 II' 1 II JIr.: M.. 111. E4ward. ...It If3 5 all tb.t porttIon of'R ..,.. '
Lot 18 Town of L.wtey JII .
for Florida of A W34 of lot
4t -tedependenc the 7---- __is T 31 '-' Unknown . ?..... .. 4.18 Lo-.f Ry : .sfl\3411 -lil. I II '0.0. A. Anderson __ 11.19 HEN of halt ew line A <
9y Farmer_W.' T. Nettles. Florida Ill all that portion of BIle 8
Silk K 11 lot. Hampton IfI'
i of Ry I. ae18 It I' II Kr. E. R. 8 of R 8 111 I"IDS
Harmon N
ub-dlv. of
Farm News and Hints. Shores being a 'Lot 18 Town of Lawte, 111 --a ,.U hall
of Lot 3 4 S A all lot amply Sub .
ton-. July Foot-Rot and Oth.TrmuX I N of hlshway A WH of > Lot.of.0 R"Town ID IIeea 01 18 It 81II I II Kn. E. R. Harmon "II div _ ---.-'1 g It ,11 Unknown - __ II..
Diseases of Citrus-1C. F.ITelwisk. lot f Bllt: ____i i_ -.33 31 Issadore Gordon -.. .... .of Ry In S.ce Lawt.l-II JII 1 II Kr.. JD. R. HarmoD of ot 8211y of'8213433 e II,' it J. JT. Tmy

w Farm Reporter at Wash Lot 1 of Hampton Lot 11 OUe Sub 1>1'<" .1011 I. 6.u 9N211y14 ", Ex o114814 of"
8W a ,
Beach o Nb '
.; Ito. ,W34 5 g\\of of 214 .. IJ t: :, East Lawta ,. -:- 1.1..1. WIlUaill. _ '.08 A - ---_22 6 U 4 I' BU' Graham II.
I 16 4 ,f 'M Lots U 11 11 OU. lob- Division 82114 01 aw.4 of III
!tin.. July 7 The Pecan Leaf of 76634 A a Strip In :East: Lawt.y. -_ _. D. 0. Kinlaw _ I A of aw oLM .W14 of |4JT3 I
o' Ot-w Bearsr and Its Control Fred N .14e of Nm" of 82114 Corn at NJII Cow of NW' of 814: - -.+- -- --..._II 5 II 11 'Jre. Edna Thomas -
$V q' W. bounded A by lake all In-SS 7 31 Eleanor V. Bharp _' 1.11 NW'" .... U roa iii to N% of RID\4 of 5W14 .:& I A ,
Walker. Farm Box.
Question, 88 0-0. of said 4. thence If
Caelno bath kouso In NW cor _ __
8 t. land of ... H. Hill --_f2 S 22 IS t>..P. Ptillum _
ri. Wed. ,July_ -The Control of round. ftelnv about 404 < 82114 Clf NE34 of BII4: -
8 II Truby
ft; 21AWb7 tee ft NS .. : I thanes W on 1111. of .aid. N34 of 8W'4 of SIJ14 5 8'34 10 J. M -- I
Fontbrood Among Bee* A. EL Foster -
8 on Lake Shore Hampton 'land 711 It thence a Ut of NW% of 521j A
Nocturnal Mowers Mrs. of SW'' 1& thence W .08 ft N UOO 01 ----n
Beaelt W)4) NE'L of 8W34 ,
i3 Thomas
44 te 11 189 tt then.. horthsrly 1 It (' Mr. Edna
Annie B. Johnson. Primer A WH of BEVi of 8W ldF _-
for townhfinert U S
876Eu as
8.08452114 of 821140 I Doe ft UI.l\ee\ III U' % of !: of8N2 .. iJ! 10 B. M. Thomas j

] NEVi A strip along Nstd. 21ft of b.. of ----II-U( 1 II Kr. E R. Harmon 1.11 eo rt of SW14 of N '" of. 1'1T
Thurs, July v-r-Management of bounded. of 8 NE3of by lake all BEVi In.)IS It R. L. Kile . 7388 .2114 -aW'4-; .-...__,-It I 81 ,,2, Young Chaladler __ '.01 242134 N an: -8W- -cor of 82114 of 18 I II 11 :Mrs.Slla, .Rig-don -- 411 I..

; PnOet on Range-Norman R. of 8WVi .x road14] 7 31 38 D. B. Nolan -- 37.08 W I \
V NBVi A of NE'4 of NS% of .-.._... ..f1 S II 7 0. R. Cooper .--. '-II,
Mehrhof. Sanitation on the Poultry I Com 3(0 ft W of BO Cor of.BWVi ''T" BW\4 - ?--._II I III 8 Hattie Bennett __ 7.61 NE34. o 1 NIC3(- -.----_ $ S II 40 Otis Leach -
I of NEVi A runabout N NW\o of SW'4 of NBI\4 _...34 I II II Geo. ... Young 8'U 11AIn5W34 eor o8W34 Ii
Dr. E. F.Thomas. '
Range- l , of _
I 1085 ft to the centerof + "_ .. NE\I of NE\I of NW-.t4 I It 10 Co Co Ounter 8'U 8W.34 6 II 11 ,.T, K. Trub. .
Frt, July 10-Sources of Agricultural I a ditch running B A "< '" 8'% of 88134 of 8E'4: -_ I 81 10 J. S. Austin --___ 18'" N25ASE6o0ttofthe
Ew of of of L 18 A of
N2114 8W"
Credit D. E. Timmons. W thence B about 16O ft of 8W'4 4
ti thence In a NH direction '" IIWIoI._ - IS I II 8 L. JL Hut ,. 6.31 NWN Of road ___-12 6 II .sa J. J. Trub _
Farm Reporter at Washington. alone the canter of said "' ,'*-*. 8111 ot NE\o of NW",X436 I II 10.J. 8. Starllng- -& - 1Li9 0 g t N21\ all .'

1 Another of the monthly All FlorIda ditch to the' B line of ;' of 83W. of 8W", __21 I II 10 W. M. Andrews. _...:.;: U:11: 8 of 2134: % p14y4. s
NWVi: thence 8 to BE oor AU aw", 'of 8W\6 0' 8J.Wi.! ef NW% N of ,
<&-11 Club Programs will be of said NBVi thence W to W of Kingsley read _IS I II 4 Ada Andrews. ... of publlo road .to Nib of 82134 J''
broadcast from 8 to 8:30: Friday b K-.{0 A. also com at N'-' of 112134 of aw", of 4.16 N34 of NI4\ - .-..- ,14 a U' Mra. Cella Carter --:::: r
8W Cor of SWVi of NEViA 1JW'4 &AN31 It' N'W\o II.S ._. --
NR W'E ? a II 10 J. W. WhiteST -
i night. July 3. Several of the Florida run B 833 yd. to line of 811:.,. of aw'4 W' of By.3 AlNW '4Nofpub8 _."

{ delegation to the recent National thence N along line 70ydeW111 -- A _ _____..__ -21 I 81 1 L. IL Hill W'lie,road - -- n II 19. 1C Tbomat .._----" _
to W line .81 of 8214 I..e I A ...1.
yd Of of 01
84 N14 142154: 8111'411 S 81 It Afthut. .
L. I.
_ NW
Boys' and Girls' 4-H Club of said SWVi of NBVi: S30 01 eWi4 o. 8114! Clf .- ?.- 6.71 Cot A 8 A III NID corat 6 II 38 BOB Johnson - _
Camp in Washington will tell of thence 8 to be*-.4 A. also .. A NV* of NWVi of .3r of 8Wlt of NE11 a
their trip. bee. at NH Cor ofNW14o1811145runa100 NBVi\ of BKVi A B 3( ft Of HW% E34 a NE4; of
BV. o( 8JEI4\ of 8W'4.c, '

._". .,.,.I.... ""1ii\ ; ,;,:.f' '1:1': .' .... "...,,,I .;..:t' J,('.'I',,",<:'',''' ;' .; f';: ..'. "" '_, l\',,,,, \ '!\'*,', >,'' .... 1/1'/ 'Ii U. ;"' ,,.n'''''i '",','y f ..'"((1 \" 4P rv / :, yJfefea r'J' 7Pi. *'"Al( *

Ap v _ __ n ___ __ ____ ___ PAGE SEVEN
.. ..
Description ..... T. R. A. Owner .Taxes f Taxes 1"" ..... <

HAIIPTON (CONTINUED FROM PAOE ..) R Costs DeserlpNen lea T. R. A, Owner A Costs Derrlptlee 8_ T. H. A. Owner ,,-. 'I

.. Ht-- ... Addition tn Stark In .
\11. _: ISO ft 143ftS040ft!
..lau run W 140 ft 8! 101 ft E
NWH of NWH South of W 844 ft to beg _____tl 7 13 5 Annlce L. Harper _____ ".n ,
240 ft N 106 ft to of
--7 pt 9th st _ .._ .__ .. Z8 4 SS J. C. Popped _.__.. S.4S Com
?- --- at 8E cor of Seo It A
r beg ______________21 6
; - 23 E. M, Thomas ______ 17.05 Lot 1 I S 8 T of Blk 1 run W 460 It N 188.8 ft d,,
** and family of Com at a pt 310 ft B of N Wynn'a Addition to to a pt of beg thence N 11
S. lIaynes visited Mr. Haynes' line of NWH of SIC% onE Stark In NW% of 8W -I8 4 IS R F. Demorest __.__. 40.98 ....1 ft B 105 ft S101ft '$
-u, r lIaven side of Church et A Lot 4 of Blk I Wynn' Ad. E3tSfta111.3ftW4l0 '

){1'. and :MrL 0, HaynesturdeY runE 104 ft 8 It% ft W dition to Stark. In NWU ft to bcjf ________.....19 7 11 D. W. Swindell ____ 14.0J
-, II 18, and sunday. 104 ft to Church street" .... of SWU _._____..S8 8 IS Unknown _ ___ .... On. A In 8R Cor of NBH: * !
- 8 her thence N alone said .t Lots i fb of Blk 1 Wynn's SBH" of SBU _____1 fl 7 21 IB. J. Smith ______._ 4.17 j
l J. p. Sl1111van bad as 51H ft to beg! ________IS < 23 Mary M. Lee ______ .... Addition to Stark. In Rika 117 18 l In Hampton__11 7 11 J* H. McOruder __ II." {
her daughter, Mrs. W 10S ft of Fracl Lot O NWUof SWH __ --8 1 11 R. F. Demorest _____. 7.03 Lots IT 18 1* 10 of Blk 14 f
tbIJ week, of Elk 1 :Bx 8 5H ftOriginal Lots AbC of Blk 1 Wynn's In Hampton .. ____-.._U 7 IS A. A Durden _._17'.."
summer. of LulU. I Town of Starke I Addition to Starke In NW Lot. I. of Blk 14 In Hamp ,

Mr.. A. J. Wilson were In NBH' of SWH _____. -.Zl 0 33B Mrs Josephine Taylor __ 3.93 of swu, __ __ ___._Jai i is Boyd Holloway .__.__.. 34.14 ton _ __.__._.-___.t9 7 SS Mrs, F. P. Croft 1'.1.
and Starke last Lots 5 7 of Blk 11 Original Lot 4 A N t4f tract lot B Lot. 7 1 I of Blk 11 In

ell vlaltore to Town of Starke In NE% I of Blk 1 Wynn's. Addition Hampton __ __ __._____19 7 IS Mr. lI'. P. Croft ____ l.a8
of SWH - _______ Ztt S3 -t. C. Hunt ________ 78.07 i 'W Starke in .NW* of I Lot. 14 18 of Sll244 In
.. revival services at Hamp- WH of lots 1 7 of Blk 10Original % ---------j: 8 t JIMr... Mail Laione ___ 11.11 Hampton . ___-______..19 7 22 -. W. O. Seals _______ 13.10
town of Starko BIle 8 Dowlln "'. Sub fly In LotsSSTRlofRlk4& F
..It church closed laat Sun- In NBH.of SWH ____28 4 12 Mr. art B. Edwards .__233.10 NW of SW H 8W% of Lots 10 11 11 of Blk 18 In
were well attend- Corn II t.. ft W of SE nor HW ______ -8 S |g E. J. Dowllng ___-.... 14.14 Hampton 7 SI A. McDonald 1S.M
- ight They of lot 7 of Blk 17 A run N Lot I of Illk l City Park N H of NE
d saJoJytd by the Christian 108 ft W 10 1-3 ft S 105 Sub Division W. A c.'. NE 4 lee I A rla-ht of l}
hu denoilnatloM. There ft to Call et B 10 1-1 ft ',' Addition to Starke In way A SH of NRH .f
e of all to Original Town of SWH of 8HJH __--18 8 SS B. W. Miller _____. 1.04 NWH, lens 2 A In SE cor.10 7 S1 135 Tnes. Ivey Pollard ____ 11.7S
_ one addition to the church by Stare In NBH' of SW% .21 4 11 Sam'RoacTnbers; __.17.48 Lot 14 of Bile i City Park SEt of NKH! _______10 7 11 40 C. B Harper It.11
.bu There has been people Bear at NW oar of CaUA Sub Division' W. A C.'. NliI% Of SBU ---_-_ 10 7 IS 40 W. B. Blocker.--. ...n
- 00. Mel- Walnut Bt A run Vf on 1 Addition In SWH of 8EU18" 8 SS Christina Kahr ____ 1.08 ID 1? 1-1 A o8BH of SWH Y
uIt rfsjK. from Graham, Call St 149 ft 3 In to a One Lot In Starke bounded less 1-1 A In 88 on!' ____10 7 SS 18 Unknown. ___' f.IO
.- [ Sampson :and JackwmI pt of beg thence N 105 ft N by O. J. Griffin H by Lots II e Sub DIY or 8W% '
- start W15ftS105ftE16ft Sharpe land W by: Wal- nf s. ____.____10( 7 SS 8 John Bonn _____ 1'.10
I.tJ to bear. In Blk 17 Original --e.e@le""ew nut .t B by Ry. ____---28 8 SS Mrs., Eva Kllllan _.__ NWU of 8B54 ex 3 A In SW
. I left laat .Ii A In Cor _ ___ __..__IDS 7 SI _
Brown and family Town of Starke In NBH ; NWU of 8WH S 4 ? ? SS W. L. Bugg ____ 1'.11
-Ii v, where of SW% -- _-___128 i B II-D. E. Knight ______ 41.14 of M.dloolftilt/ known a* A In BE) eon of NB3S4 of
-11 K y the 29 for Orlando, One lot on N side of Call J. Q. Alvarea R.. Bile NW4 --__________1t 7 SS IS L. It. Kalch ? _.____ ,...
to make their future street 61M ft B A W by: In Stark Ell: 1 lot In N4L of NW% .. II .A In 8li1 ,
. 1 expect 110 ft N AS bounded N by NW cor sold to J. L. ________11 7 SS 41 Inei Ivey. Pollard ___ $3,01s4 I
Jefferson street W by Peek _A .. _. ___._--28 8 SS 4 J, W. Andrews, Jr. ___ .144.17 N"Qf1N\H-' NWK\ ..
i Lee Parker and Mr*. B. land of Vlda V. Morgan Lots B e 7 bounded N by -II 7 11 40 Wm. Kalchreuter _ 13,01eW
. Mrs. Parker's 8 by Call street A B by Call St. A: 19 by Court St of NWW N of _
*were visiting Blk 17 Original I Town of I In Cookeey's Addition to W"" of SWU Of 8WV4SS&tSB4

.11.Ii i, Miss Erma Johns, who la etarke In NBH of SWH .II B 33 Sam Rosenberg .... tI." Starke _ ___________28 8 S3 J. W,"Andrews, Jr. _.......... Nye ofSE' _ -_____13 7 IS 110 Henry Friedman, _ ,._.113.7

. [ 111 ar Mrs. Gills private hoain One house A Lot In Blk 10 I Two lots In Cookaey's Add stofSEasi-4 Clr 8" S
known as Starke HouSe to Starke. bounded E by of ---- ___.33 7 SS 140 Unknown . _...__ n... p80t
[ starke. bounded N by Call Et W . M. L. Johns land: MadisonBt ( 01 W74 o!SW%k BE% '
Pursley who has been for by C.1.Peek8DvH.V. W by of Mrs. "wow"Chase _ ____It 7 SS S80 Henry Friedman1,30
J, night A E by J. C.Man- A N by Cssont$ B 31 J. M. Mitchell ___ 71.47 Nt4 of NWU i Z H Z I 28 7 80 East Coast Lumber Co. 46.74
.1' Ed weeks with her daughter fling Orlrlnal Town of Be* at NW Cur'of Bay A W% of NWH of BWHTtlje 7 ,3 SO L. M. Andreu ,_. t.71 t

ptlatka. returned to her home Starke In MEH of SWH __18 B S3 D. B.!: Knight _.....____115.... Madison Sts A run N 106 On.of A NBH... on B N of aid orSWH
E 3144 .ft of W% of lots.. 1 4 ft W 180 ft to Broadway adjoining
[jut Sunday. or uiic lit original Townof St 8 on said St 105 ft to rrr., highway _ ____14 'II 1 Nathan Du Hurst 1.11
Starke In NBH of Madison 8t thence B on All of SEH: of SBH28 T 11 10 Tydsn Tarns _ U.tO

Seed Co. Swig _SI 8 II-D. C. Jones _____.__ ".0' said St 110 ft to beg In NWH of SWH S of Ry
11II burgKBgore Beg 80 ft.-S-f NE>cor Stark .__________11 0 11 III'''. Josephine Edwards 79.17 -11 A" NH ofBW% Of
. moving Buahnell tore to thin Blk 11 as extended on One lot In Starke bounded JWH 18 7 IS SS T. J. A Luclnda'Perry __ :;.ia
.11.I 81OV Hof iw
I n of
. Bnsey's: map at run B It ft ,. ...._.. R b}" W. M. Edwards 8 . AU
11 W$0 ft N11ft10$0ftto by C.-A. Knight .Mra ':"\ .:;'; :; "jv.o.J1'101''PtII': Ry Bx 1 A In NW oor forBx _
[leach Construction pro- beg Original Town of Humphrey W by: Broadway 1"8 taxes ______________19 7 SS 19 O. W. Saxon __.____ lea*

Dade county Stark In NBH of SWH _11 S SS A. W. Anderson _..:: ".111 : Bt A N by land of. All SW% of NW" 8 of Ity
. Ing rapidly on E% of Bile 10 a. extended _, A. L Alvarea ______18 8 SS W. II. Bdjrard, ___ T.Ot 1 A In NW cor for ?
iiltural high school auditor- on Enaey's Map ex: B IOC -...,, S'012" Com on Call St at SW cor Ifl taxss ._ __ -.___..1. T" 18 Q. W, Saxon ._..___ 11...
1.., ft Ora-inal town of Stark --.,..---- of land owned by: Mr*. 8. __ .. .e- utdeT aaC35e.96. Alt 8WU of NW U 8 of Ry
M. Ex 1 A In NW cor ____ 111 7 SS 18 O. W. Saxon ..__ ".11
Well A run N ISO ft
/NBH of 8WU _11 S SSSI 3. V. Stonier 11.1 '
lij J: ..' "I '." ' NMo of NW% of 8W of
: 'n
?. Beach Carl Green 1257 of Elk 11 J.:1C to land of A. L. Alvarea wN". :", :: ; { ; of of

permit for construction of tn Johns; 8BUof Addition SWU to Stark IS S John R. McKinley ___ TI.07 then 111 ft W thence along 8 118 Alvarea ft to" ". _..... of 8' ,ot SE4 RW\i of i1
1 JoOO residence and garage at Lot 8 of Elk 18 JVM.-JohnsAddition w Call St theno B on Call S8A o'f'& .portion _of It 7 S3 SO Doreey Fort _ ___ ::.fI
St 111 ft to boaIn Stark
Drt .. to Starko In
P pin\ Tree In NWU,of SWU" ________** 8 SS W. M. Edward _____ ..... NW% of NEW bin W of
SBH Of SWH 21 8 SSe H. C. Wall ... .,. 4.41
- .w. On. lot of land in Stark , ..__ 8. A1. Ry: right of way,19Blka 1 11 1 C. B.!: Harper _____ .... 1
u. .
Lots 4 1 of Blk t* J. aC 114ftN&0b 110ft1 % "-\.01" _or' ,1t" 3 4 B Bub Dlv of NEI4
ICS >TAX DEEP Johns Addition to Stark A W bounded K by Ran .w.. ..,\...,...,.,.. of NW" --80 7 It S C. B. lft 'per ____ n."
IIJ Loltn SBH of SWH -___-28 ssw -It.,. 'W, An4er.OD ____ n." 4 r.on Ian A 8 by Hoyt Lot. 1 I 16ofBlklIn

1I hereby Otven Johns If Addition of Blk 17 J. M. -.r 8t . ....._____21 8 SS II.... Man; Jan Green .- 17.08 Hampton _ ________80 7 11 Mre. Basle Sparkman _-_ It."
to Stark. *
that J. F.
I .dc of Tax Certificate In 8E% of BWH ___ i3 8 M D C Jftne.. .. .,.,.01 One lot of land In Stark In Hampton 80 1 31 Hampton Development
...n, holder 'Lot 1cxN --- -- 141 ft N A 8 by 110 ftHAW ,,_JIIIIr!," \ .' ___ -
lilt. the
bounded Bt
said certificate In of Lot Q o dik LIv .. -- by Lots 1 4 B 8
filed 1 7& E
lii baa IS ft of C t,
A E by Bandereen Ian __II 8 SS J. W. _.._ SS.18
only and made application for I ::. Truby CO'a'- .- One lot Harrell lot S of Elk II In Hampton -

deed to Issue thereon In accord Add to Stark In W% of at fronting bounded\ on f.i' - ------.__?-$0 .7 11 Hampton DevelopmentCo. t
,with law. Said certificate' mHitha NBH - _.r__---28 4 21 W. C. Jones ___._ 21.03Lot county way fall a! N by . . ...._...__ 11.41
following ducr bed prop- 1 of Blk 1 Livingston by land of ._, _._ ISIS I A com at 8w cor of NSH .
: J. F. Colley In Btarke___11 8 SS Robt. P. Jones -
I situated in Bradford county Truby Co's Add to of NBH A run N 184 yds
Starke In of 28 O. C. Livingston _.___ 1... Lots 11 14 19 10 of Blk SH. _. R 884 B
nil to-wltt WM NBH 8 13 ,- DolIn.'III'A"dltlo.. -. e yds 114 yds W n
b.South, .bait of Southwest quarot Lots 8 of Elk 1 Livingston to N.Stark In NBH of tcr- ...:;... TTS4 yds to beg _-____-..10BH '7 S3 I W. II. Maxwell ..____ 18.54

mhlp Southwest 7 South quarter Range Section 11.Bast 11, Truby Starke In& WH Co'.of Add NHJHJ8Lot to 8 S3B J. W. Edwards ..____ as." Lot.BBH.a 3e_3i:._81-___.84....SB-29 8 SS R. F. Demorest __.__ 11.04 of, NW of %NW B%of A Ry all _NWH___31 7 11 44 A. O. Thomas .._.__... 11.88 I

timing 10 acre. of Ikco.'LivingstonTruby 84 of Blk S R. N.88 Dowt.Ine' Lot 7 of W% of NWUU 7 11 10 A. U. Thomas .._,__.. i.14
assessment of said property ft add to Lots 11 14 of Brie 18
to .
: Starke In of R J. DavisUnknown _________ $." Addition to Stark Hampton
I said certificate Issued wasthe WH NBH -38 S3 Park NBH 2 of
the 11.411On.
name of J. A. Killebrew.. Lots 1 1 8 4 of Blk 1 LIvIntrston SHU, of Hoc 81 A SWU of ;
'iltta said certificate shall be re- Truby A Co's lot 108 ft aq In NW Corof NWU A Wof NW of

med according to law tax deed Add to Starke In W% of Madison I A Orange- Sts SW'4 _ _-_________-____11 7 IS Unknown _ _ ___-___ SMI
Inut thereon on the and day of NBH' '- - ___________SS 8 S3B . ______ 18.78 In Starke -_--_-_--, 9' 21 J. L. Simmons ________ 41.41 S% of Aloit of NDIh .. NW%
? Lot 8 of Blk 11 Livingston Blk 1 In Oasklns Add to of SBH A NH of NBH OfSEH
D 1931.
iruit ted, A.this 28th day of June, A. D. Truby A Co' Add In W% Starke$9 8 11 4 Edward Burns _ ____ ,,.,, - .__?_______SSWU 1 12! 100 Durd.n" Saxon .___. n..ftS3
L of NB'. _ ________28 S3B Lorenio Green _ ____ 8.78 NEofNwy &ffi6Aof of NWH __ __ ____:34 T U 40 Durden Saxon ..__= ..
a W. ALDERMAN. Lots 1 14 A S% of Lot. S, N% of NWU of NWU ___19 8 11 45 R. F\ Demorest ____ 11.81 Com at NW Cor of NBH of ..
Clerk of Circuit Court Bard 13 of Blk Livingston- 8 10 A of NWH of NWH A NBH run 8 888 yds W1B1H
ll-lt-7-Jl. BH of NWU SIS10Aof yds N 888 yds W t
ford Floridaerica Truby A Co' Add
County Starke In WH of NBH to.28 S3 W. 1C. Bryan ____. 86.83 SWH of NWVi _________11. 23 10 M. J. McRae ________ 41.17 181H yds to beg-SO A A nSpl
Lot 10 of Rlk 14 Livingston 8Wi of SWH A NRH of %, of NBH less B A In
or APPLICATION FOR Trnby Co's Add to SWH 8Y. of SBU of NB cor A S A In SW oorNBH -

TAX DEED Starke in WH of NEH _28 4 S3 Verna John. _____ 14.14 SW A NWH of SBH ANU $3 A. . ____-__ ____39 1 S3 W. W. Fackham ___ ....8
Lota 1* 14 of Blk It Llvinaeton A In of'HW% of SBU A A 7, A In 8E Cor of SW% of
MB of : '
I'M kmna.* la hereby given that J. F.. Add Truby and Co' SWH __ _cor_ _.__81i._%___of 11 B 33 181 W. U. Edwards _____ ".11 - ._.._.__ -..88BJU 7 IS 7 C. Young-blood ...... 7.70
holder of Tax Certlflc.t.m. to Starke In W% ofLots N 0 A NBH of
>. the Ith day of August A. NEy. 18 8 SS -. Unknown . _____ 1.01 E% of NBH of SBH" .* SKU ofNNWy A WH of M
112$.tea filed said certificate In t 9 I0"l i of Elk 11 about 8 A In SB cor Z B4t :, 8WU of NBH Bx 4 A for '
dI..and made application for Livingston Truby A Co's. ,of E% of BBU of NBU A. roe -----------6 7 II .11 P. H. Neal ____ 1.45
Mlo Issue thereon In accord. Add to Starke in WH of W% of NE% of SBU ex 4 Bee t W side of
II nih law. Said certificate em- NE% 28 1 32 R. F. Demorest _______ 11.47 A In SW cur A NW% of right: of"w on Seo '
sew the following described prop- Lot. S 7 of"Brk"87"LlvTni7aton 8E% of NE% __ __-__.I 8 S3 n'J. T. Jones .??..?._ 40.47 line A run N of right of
t1 illnated In Bradford county Truby A Co's Add 4 A In SW cor. of NBH of '. way 70 yd. W 18 :yds B 70>>
wlfa, to-wlt: I to Starke In WH of NBH-38 4 31 S..r. Coleman ______ 18.4S SBU com at SW Cor A said. Boo line
''nIo East half of Southeast quar- WH of Blk 6 Livingston.Truby run N 111 1-1 yda thence thence B to. beg-H A In .
r,,of Southeast quarter Section ZOo : A Co's Sub Division Southerly 111 yda thenceB SHU of SWH .___-____ISBBH 7 II-C. A. Younfblood __ I."
-nuhllp 7 South Range 11 East. of alt of NRH ____18 4 31 Rosa Cox: ______ IS.01 41 1-1 thence H line of of "WK\ of SWU ___18SBH 1 SS 10 Clyde Hall _ ......... LOS
: lnlnic lo acres. Lots 1 I 88 ft of lot.IdofBikl6&lot.12. said 40( W to bear of BWH of NWH Bx
ITke issessrnent of said property also8AofE4ofN12of 1 Ain SW! oor A if 8 A '
Wtr the laid certificate Issued was A E 88 ft of lots I 4 of Blk SBH -. 82 S SS 7 Hill Investment Co. 1014 of NBU of NW74of SWUSWH
I the name of J. A. Klllebrew. 11 Livingston Truby A Com at UW cor+SWU of B of ?W* !
Oalae said certificate shall be rents Co's Sub Division of NE% NBH A run N 144 ft 18 ss 7 SS 17 W. A. Jones ____ II." 4.
I according to law tax deed of NE% . .- ___:.;38 43 S3 Annl. Coleman _.._ 40.84 180 ft 8 244 ft W ISO ft 1 A lli'sVcnr of "SBH' of

IU 1 'luut thereon on the trd day of W% of lots 1 I A all lots to her _______SI 8 11 S Leah Oreggs.. ____,11.11 SWH of NWH - ___.-11 7.. 1 John Hall . _____, 1.13 a
|dfun. A. D. 1M1. a/ofBlkl7& Wof All 8H of SE% B of RyLot NBU of NRU A NH ofNW'4
lotted this Stth day of June. A. lot. 12 A all lot 4 of Elk I A. ___-11 8 11 6 Unknown. ____ .11 of NKW &allof {
191 It 18 Livingston. Trnby A < cYsTlc V Lincoln City NWH of NBH W of Ry ANH

O. W. ALDERMAN. Co's Rub Dlvl.ion of NBH\ In S',. .f 8BH W of R7__$! 8 11 Clarence Oateen ___ !.41 of SWH of NE% __ S I S3 17 AZ.. Adklns .,..... ... ".11'
CI.rk of Circuit Court Brad- of NBH 28 8 22 D. P. Pullum ______ 40.81 Lot 8 ot Blk 18 Lincoln All SH of NW% of NBH E

|-J-St-7-li. ford County. Florida Blocks 25 ti Livingston, City in SVi of JIBH W ofCom of Ry -- __ _____,--.___ I 1 33 14 Thereaaa Turpentine Co. ".IS
Truby A Compajiy's: Ry tit ?.__ of5! 8 SS Dan Jenkins. - ___-- 8.88 S'At of of W i
NOTICE sub Division of NEH of 1H A NW er II A &Wy% fEN17 of A

NEH _ ___ _______38 1 22 Livingston. Troby & Co. 1.71 NWU of SWH A run. 8 on SBH A NWH\ of SRU ... I B S3 76 Ch.... R. Oelaler _.__ $5.04W5Aof8v.
I Lot 4 of Bile 17 LivingstonTruby See line to a post thence k of SWU Of
In the matter of the estate of Jes- A Co's Sub Division E to within 60 ft of thecenter "' __
NEH A ftRH: of NWH 8 13 46 R. M. Hersey ___
Green, deceased. of NEH of NE% ___28 4 SS A. O. .Jenkins ____ I." of Ry thence Nparallel N% of NWH' \ of 8WH! __ S 1 11 10 U. F. Wackertnan __ $1,20 i,
ce la
Mfot ft. hereby then to all per- Lot 8 of Blk 17 Livingston, with Iy te N line Beg at a pt on W aide of 1
Interested In the above estate Truby A Co's Sub Division of said NWU of 8WU
ee and appear at the office of the of NEH of NBH ____18 8 SS Leanna Aaron. ..- ..81 I thence W to beg -....... :.:33 0 33 4S3 J. T, Jones ___ II." nv line right 01 see of:a A way run on n on N

nmtr, judge at the court house In Lots 1 1 or BH! of DUe 12 All NWU of SW% E of Ry right of way 95 yda W 88

WJ 110th Bradford county Florida, on LIvlna-Hton.Truby! A Co's Ex about I A In 8W cor.83 6 13 H. D. Hunt __. _ II." N 98 yds to rata sec
'elock day of July 1881. at 10OO Sub Division In NBH of Lot. 1 t of lilk 3 J. M.. floe thence J3 on said. line
a. m. of said day. Then and of NEH 28 8 22 Llllle Sanders - :._ 15.53Lot&N36ftoftot4of John Sub Division of
to beg-1-4 A In NBH! ;
K:? 'i? 'hlw cause If any why NEW: of NE'A' i..-_______33 8 23 A. W. AndersonA ___ 7.10 NW Y _ ____._. 8EH4A 8 13 1C.; A. Tounglood --- ..lit
tolhaveohernchild'. . Oreen. Wld-I of Blk 18 Livingston Tru Ntt of NWH' o? NBH Ex 4 - -- __ 5 8 22 140 O. F. Wackerman -- 14.41 (o''
C id'% .Iale part In the by A Co. Sub Division of In NWcor A. 4G8Aof B" of sifH of NWJ4T 8VH'"of 8 82 140 n. F. Wackerman ___ .00
laid off set apart and NE i of NBH __---31 4 SS Emma Hughes -.. ..'8 HE) cor A NH of Alf _______10 8 IS 440 O. F. Waokerman ._1. .43
C2'kd J? her ln accordance withrfi Elks 87 38 Livingston, Tru NWH' of NEWS ex > ::4...$4 6 19 14 John A. Merges ___ 19.01 NEU'oT A 1 U13 not b* granted. by A Co's. Sub Division of % A In NE cur of NW% of NWH of BEH of NWH ABH
and ordered at Btarke Flor- NE% Of NBH .-11 8 SS A. O. Jenkins - _______. II..' NW" 84 II 12 L. C. Powell ___,___ 1.44 of SBU of NWU of
LWltne... Lot. 1 4 of Blk: 41 Livingston NH ofWwV'of SBHinZl848BV4 I 13 10 Idem Dr.... __ 14,11 NWH A EH of NBH of
ud lner. the Honorable George A. Truby A Co'4 SubDivision SW% of NW% _____85 I 11 40 John B. Thomas ._ II.U SWU of NWU ",---*--_U 8 11 COR.I5.: Zimmerman ___ 10." w'
dart of Judge of the Probate of NBH of NBHS8Lots 1 23 James E. Franklin __ 11.6. of NWU _______86 I IS 40 Mlnnl a.l.*.. ? _ 19.7 l 53.4of5/ BWH A S 1-4 -
<4< the Bradford County Florida. 1 1 of Blk 41 Llvlnsston ;- Lot-3 of Blk S Lake Kings.ley of SH of SEH ...11 1 22 110 F. 8. Wetmer ..__ 18.18 /
2 of .o..ri. this 16th Truby A Co's SubDivision Heights N*. 1 NBH' WHof SBH of SWu of
Junk OROliI 1911. of NKH.of a is Unknown . ----* U' Lola NB* "of" --______"._.. 1 22 Unknown.- NWW _ 11 8.. B Unknown _ ____-._. 8.17 R
ISEAL) GARDINER.... Elk 44 Livingston Truby Klngaloy 1 88 Height Blk 10 No.Lake 1 1.1'1 E% of SWH __TTIHIII..11 8 12 10 Salvation Army _ S8.ll '

Cou tyyFloilo, A Co's Sub Division of BH of NWU Bx n." A
Bradford NBU of NEU: ___ 88 12
. : NBH of NEB --ItSH t U A. O. Jenkins __ 11.43 Lot. 11 Bite 11 Lake I Randolph Clever __-. 8.47 I deeded to Jto_ Manning s

of Lot 1 of Elk 48 Llv. KL".M, ..K.i'aT"t! No.1 I toufo 81. .1909 A Bx 1 A W
or TAX BXHTAI.MATIONof Ingaton, Tramp A Co'sSub Nffiof\ NE'%" ___-l6 I I.' Alto Warrlok 1.11 A Bx 4 A on M
Division of NliI of side N of lake A Bx
-rte. % Arthur Simmons _ n." NW% of BWHBH __U S II 40 Asa Hunter _ __ It.1 road , '
NBH . 38 S II right of way A Bx Ry I " ,
tII. of 8WH ot NWH __ 8 7 la .0 Mr. Leah BaN __ 11.01 fin
of Bradford board oounty e mmle.l.ain Lot. f 8 S 4 8 of Blk 1 Da. 8tt *f SE46 of SWH" 7 II 10". W. Edwards __ H.1t right of way ________11 I SI II Mr.'W. A. Jones 14.01
at the. county FlowIda. via A Tmey-e Addition to 8BH of NBH of'0W8BH __ 3 T.. 10 Mrs--Agne Simper __' f." Beg on B aide of BBU of t ,'.' .
"atltt ourtko.. the diet Starke In NB cor of SEH Adkln.- ..1111 of 8WH of BBNBH __ II 10 Ida Blmmon ... _, .... NWU on N edge of Bed.
7.Jli Monday July et.*. l'U. of NWH W of Ry 38 .1 A- Z. .' NBH' Of NW 4 7'" 12 10 Ida IMtler ._ I.U ford lake A Run W 110 ft
V? * hearing CIOIDillainta sad Truby's: Addition to NE% of 8WH A all NW"- see line thence 1410 fl j

Icing testimony Btarke In NB Car of BBH We* Ry to keg _. ._ '____IS I" S ,
a. to the value A- Z. .A.dtdft. ___ n."' o8Wof SE% W of Rrto Larken B.. Blseon ....
el4roperty? real 0" Perliosal. 0" of NWH of Wof R" ___a. S 22 s Ono acre aq parallel
l Lots 11 ft 10 vt BUt.D: a- I :N of Branch A aU B14 *f '1 with Ry vlgnt of In
*r the .fl.1.bjr: __I' Said\ of way
SWH\ H. CI'"'rehft
w . nit tla. ewser vie A Trubye Additionto I I8li1 __ NW c..r of of JtW 54.,19 I" 1 H. B. A Bhellle d. Moorer S.44 ,'
Oat. of .uola ......rtF.CbaJ Btarke In NB eon of A. Z. Adkla. 118 iI-oi w-l'; 7 S* J 1 H. L. ,BossS ___uI.n N Of N1J I' 8 SS 80 C. U. Drake ,,. n.,,
.J. L UNDERH1LL. % of NWHW' of Ry.38 1 22 I ; ofS of5ID aE
"'aD .f Brd of C..atF Lot 3 A NH of Lot 9 of Bis; WefNEarun5111" 5. I It 1r of e
3 Davis A Truby' Addition I ft D111ftM910fW) BW"A yi.
Attest: Bradford County: PI& to Starko In ME Cor 41* ft to beg ...-.5 ,T t* Miles Boblnson .. __ .... ot N 110 fa ofWJ4ffiu of .
fJ 1V. ALDJlRK.ur.: of BBH of, NW% W ,of I BH o' 811\4:\ ---..:.._ I T SS ie Ures Mfg.. Co. A ...., BWI4 Bat W 1 .4 Iako1I I SS 19 Lawrence :
Clerk and A.d' _. _--3s 4 33 A. H. Braddock -_--- .- 40.18 Lot 1KM Dmvle'Bro*. & Tru- .. Developing
...11.t.T.1.00000CJI Ry - -+ by' Sep DIv ., 1 10 Co. .. _. ....1
Templeaj Asldltlon - 'II l 1'Traby .....,---_ 1,71 II 449 It of "11'4 et gnu of a
Lot B of Elk I of NWHT: .
of N% I 7 44 VT. a war.. __ ..... .W"-7 A ,
O. to Starko In.NBU _ J JS 7 Unknown. 3'
ADOPTION wi \H, of 8111'4" 17
Or 1Q1f01Rona of NWH A part of WH of .. ,e. NII:i-4w__-...... r 7 13 10 Oscar Otrmj _ 1,1$ N'At% ot-8 of N oo1111if _iEs_11 SO Mrs. "...1. t Iapsbeua..14.51
&s I. here to aD NBH w of Ry A NB oor Carter. 10." HlD\4\ _., .. .. 7 4* B. A. Kesinedr .1'.11 A. : : ID .
Cell 1
"I" tB C 23 lira 11 oft E. I A. lake _...IS 112 .
*a li ?fitV Pabllo .... of BBH of NWH --r NWHmm", --_ I T 40 BoaUy: r, Lyon __ ..... D. O. .t.w..rt ,...._...._ 'I.'.
tou.. weeks after the b" Lots S r of rJlIlt Templye "<.? e'Addition NH of NBii\ of NWU A NH All HJe% of 1511% II of Rr:
this .Wii Is of NBH 8W'4. A Sof HW 0'
I" , "
Un7d. ....S'\S.rfm* hard Boos the thereat..l .... .NBH of< NW'Woof i* "i y of IIWtf ofM"_10 7 1! 8. J. Vf. Edward __ $7.20 SDld Ex w d A.-l. .4 ._11 I SS 14 J. Edw. Larsen ......... 13.74
k"ij.S1: \} apply to the Honorable.. NETcE NIC&H B 22 B. W. Hayes 1.11 BBK _10 7 .S 10 Mr. Ague Blntpms '.'1 HE% of NIIJ'( A NBU1* NE
htth. ; .. of the of : of Njfla-S8 NH of 4, of A 44 _1 1 7 at I" Sidney F. Qriffla . 10AN44 oor of .BH of : __U I H r. 8. II."
J04101151.1 - it! "
Circuit of 8ndtorrd LaEIkk11 3 4 C 4 7 18 W of l'JW'4' N -______j f 4 ( a. F. WaVkeTmTnS2 _IU.1I 1

*<*.-_J 9 7 II' 110 Mr*. :B. B. DM _____ .. 10." NWLof NE'4 Nil:" of '
% ofN
el sang the adoption W me to Btarke In WH of 7 44 Mr. S3. B. De. _..... 11,59 AU 2 10 O. F. Waekerman _' lI.n
e.ISOr I .. PllI".U. NW% A part of SEU of BWU mmrmni4 7 SSSBH 40 lass Ivey Pollard It." E of HE\( -1'1' t SS 10( a. >r. Wackermaa: _.._.I'.U ,'
three A NB oor 1t NW Lois '
y ot aad excess NE W of FT Unknown . .'.11 NE1 of 8W\ of 1 S or-NBU" AlCH-of ,
... C S3 --
Ira F. of SEH of NW"2. J% *. _II 'P 22 10 J. H. Pollard I NWH A Lot e of 'SBZ _H 1 SI leG O. P, 'Waekerman __' 17."
1rn8. 7. k.llt.7L EUTLa8 Lot. 113 of Blk 11 Tsm-InNE' :\ of"Nm3". '. ..__ 11 3 J.. Cnrtl De. .. __ f'U' NWU! of NBH A NW -_II 8 II 100 O. F. Waekerman ___ 71.'.
'- 3. 8. IItJT>OB. ,' plea Addition' to"Starke part ofW'At B% of *BU : :11 32 10, 'lass ".p.. Pollard $7.19 Hili" Of NBU! of NB __It 1 11 lOSS X.... Jessie 1. Ia raham. 7,19 "
y 4 off 3W%.' of NWH B A B of f lay road In, 8BKBH

aO'nCJI- NE cor NE"of S"W of of NW Ry _..28 1 SS Evelyn Llddon _ 11." rj"j.BH. of wtlwoi" Cor of IIlI:% Of aJJCH: _24 S Lawrence Developing J.
of CII.
or BWH ..I'
FINAL DUCHABOsl Lota II U of Elk 11 Temea NBH of SW Of NWH __ .24 S SS 40 Lawre'nc"E>Developing
Addltl"n to .t.rk. In 8 7 11 .SJI B. O.Com Dial ....--- .-- 11.11
Royce All HM of NW' oTBWjTA1'a Co. . . .
I. ot --' y that sixty: Wl % ot NW% part NEH et BW 8 of .. All NH of SH. of NEU: W of fj
17e4 Semen 0" to-wltJ 4 of NE" W 0 Nvf1$ 1 11 .. R. Osborn ........._ BU21 A 9, R.ELIA In BB I lake A NBH of SBH\ of, < sdrtlinlutrator: oil tlhe !liE-co" of SE.t! : 18 Tern- C" A IfJl4: of 8'1V'4 0' ,,,8 Al NW Boor Tf NEIL_._30 I IS 40 Ruby: A- Hayes ......._ n.". *,\
of Blk N of
1lpph Lot. 1 1 t .w -----1. 'II 10 BoUnd
___ 14.88
fl Dig... to Btarka In ft 1d. W -- I Lake _ __18
esot my dice...., will pro ple. Addition of BH ._ ot S Lawrence Developing
te tb "o"ehe. aoel final accoan HI!:'" NWIoi .. part ofW" 8.611&euaW11. ,.. M I "I'
".IIt; Honorable 0.0. A. Gardiner. off NE"'W 0' Rr oft f1 II E. M. Davie ..... 10 yd* E 80 yd' 8 7* yd* r. i HW BBH'of of SWH -- .SS I" 40 Tone/'MltobeFnrT 11.71. r 7
rte. lsnoeask NE con Clf 8Ji:% of NW'4U .... to .... _ ---at SS : BWHof NWUTK
Cotr Mr.. Colla Carter 7 1 Wtn. Kalchrenter .. "."
... toed hi. approval __ ____II 1 II WH of absg 1 A roM 8W cor 1 A to Church A Ex 1H
7 ... Lots8st . A tn
bab* .ue. .. .uob admla2aTkis Ol Blk *' AkSSPS of BEU of SBU of SBH_1* J IS '- 0. xi 'nnG' 7.10 MoOoIllo A Ex 1 X
12.4 Addition to Stark 1ft 1U A In.. 8BU\ oTHKH: om to MeLeml, .. .. ,. -, I' I IISS 7 J.... Mitchell _ ___ ....
& day of Kay.: ItlL : UWH\ of NW% South 'of f ,] D. C. Jones I.., \14 ft EofSWcor.4said a1 18 A*on NW\4 m\eM7TTL"oT 8"...." a. 8 0, Samuel Donley.. ..... .'.
"" __ __ & _ _
-lt-7-17 R. J. DAV Rldng.I/ SBH of SEI A rue
iJtft'l ot lUll C all tote 1 IZ-._ .. _J4 I
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Bradford- -County- Telegraph -- pure-bred Gainesville cattle, where were a auctioned number off.of Second HerefordSaleTo department. The three of agriculture highest scoring lovingcup. Itor:Mr.: to and Hampton Mrs. N SUIllvlLB Tuellll4JI .

yi I' I From Other Pens I IThe Cattlemen of Levy, Gilchrtst La- boys, and the ones who will rep- tie daughter, and'Mr A .t sad ,

'' Established 1877 fayette. Dixie, Taylor, Columbia Madison, Held resent Florida at the national Fu thur Bennett and little : !
in > Be
n mi Hamilton
Vin mil m Suwannee ture Farmer conference during the were guests of Mr dau gb !

Pnbiished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Starke Telegraph celebrated Bradford also Union tick Clay free and joined Baker in American Royal Livestock Show In Sullivan Sunday aftel'llOOIl.1q
Florida last week. Congratulations Kansas City this fall, were Ronald Mr. and Mrs. J.
iU 04th birthday R.
Post Office at Starke, celebration Times-UMon. Dlduoa
i l Matter at the old the : Gainesville Soon Boyles, Alachua, Edward Pierce little son and Mlu
to an newspaper .
: E. 8. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher edited by a young man.-Lake City .1 i O Fustls, and Elmer Gaskin Bartow. Richardson of Cajne8Vlne JSIIIe,
Editor Railroads Card Recapture the Florida Ex- :Mr. and ?--t
Managing Two pigs given by Mr*.
.___ J. P. .
J. C. Robinson _______ Reporter. Ron Thursday.Mrs. ibli,
-----o- I Haul Bpslfafts Gainesville Fla,-.-Due to the periment Station were won by
the proposed advance by ald Boyles Alachua scoring high in Ida Bender
RATE How many spring gardeners are While overwhelming success of a recent and
SUBSCRIPTION to rrelJ'it'ratea! U beIng the hog contest and the Monticello Earlton visited her Chlldrtia I
sun' proud of their product- the railroads Cattle Day and Hereford sale held parenti ,
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 7Sc-Payable in Advance Starke Telegraph. "We are. our discussed: universally, and here another will be held July 11. team high scoring on hogs. A cup and Mrs. Matt HILU ThUI'IIdaJ i
Advertising Rates on Application flower garden has provided flower while the subject is uppermost, it These sales are held by J. J. Cum- given by Purina: Mills was won by Mrs. L.. L.'YoungbIOOd. 1ID4' 1
for all occasions.-Bronson Jour should not be amiss to call attention mlngs owner of Seminole Farms, the team from Trenton high scoring dren visited her parentl lfr
s 4 naL to a few. remedies,that might DonaldsonvUle, Ga., and in keeping on poultry. Future Farmer Mrs. U Q. Sibley at PI '
''f cannot stay out of the news. --C--- be applied by) the'railroads in lieu with the policy of the Universityof medals were given to the three Sunday.
1., *. Catts It'-: the state treasury la empty, of freight Advances. The recaptureof Florida Agricultural Extension high scoring boy in each the dairy; Mrs. E. S. Sibley and
' 0--- it'* in the same condition a* the the short ul.uslne.. .. might be Service, the State Livestock Sanitary beef, hog; sheep horse:and.'poultry daughter Ruth Lavenw ,of a
resembles a deserted village. taxpayer pocketbOok: -< Starke found through acomplete; changein Board and the Gainesville Judging classes er, are visiting Mr. sibiey.
Tallahassee Telegraph. But in better condlUon the method '01 handling1 local chamber of'' commerce to place Fred Kirkland Baker, waa announced .outs :Mr. and Mr., c A. Io1(p W '
0 till The tate baa a better credit freight and 'express business.The more purebred cattle in this section winner of a trip to the national blood this week. }rs
; k i yourself for another two-cent gasoline tax. than'the average garden varietyof railroads of the country own Just as it Is about to be released conference given by the I Mr. Floyd Crosby Of Starke' met
? ; Brace citizen. Bronaon Journal. the express] company and profits from"the tick quarantine. American"Forestry Associationand I a visitor to Theressa Sunday. Ju
0Most' o '' and losses 01 the express companyare Seminole Farms Is recognized as the Florida' Forestry Service I .Messrs., Willie Sullivan *

( community is planning for a full Fourth. Highland American says COB allocated. ;the railroads In the largest and best herd of Herefords for the beat" forestry'project. duringthe die Wasden of Waldo wereVj! MS
h T, ( every metlc ire not luxuries but necessities their proportionate share' ,, ,The: express east of the Mississippi. Such year.' :to Thereasa Sunday afternZi ;. c
n i} : ', ? O -to some girl*.-Starka Telegraph companypfe] terminal facilities nationally famous breeding as The basketball' championship I -, (..onmu'
suggests that fanners start a hope chest.O They may be to Highland not-posse4sed,by the railroads.The Bonnie, Don Bocaldo, Woodford was won by the, team from Jay, CARD OF THANKS ,
J One exchange orange-feds but they are In nowise express''company owns pick and Repeater has made this herd Santa, Rosa county. rf
necessary to the good look of up and'delivery,facilities-trucks famous. Norton Wilkins Apopka was We wish' to thank our .I,
two good words to use in de the corn peanut and pork 'fatten. and other equlpment-r-ln. shies and At the coming sale 25 bulls between named president for the next year, friends for the beautiful flonu
I' Startling and stunning" are . ed"beautte 'Of old'Levy, county$4: l towns aq) jSver.thA country.,including a year and 18 months old and other officers were elected. fering. and for their assistant
scribing beach costumes! Bronson Journal.o even small JboWn#,where there will be auctioned by Col. Fred Rep Besides participating in the contests kind expressions of'sympathi 1
---o are only a few thousand population. pert. nationally known cattle auc the boys attended lecture the loss.. of our mother.
Those who have had their car In larger cities the various railroads tioneer. The sale will be held at sessions went to picture shows, R. D. and R. A. Well .
q. Jack rabbits grow so large in California that they attempt parked for the last six months can maintain their own Independent the fair grounds, and will begin at [and took part in games, swimming ,} ,
lick flivver when meeting on the road. now get'auto tags at half-price' freight houses, on valuable 1 p. m.,'' eastern standard time. R. and other recreational features.THERESSA Tampa New 450,000 port
to a but shoe leather is still cheaper ground at heavy overhead cost. If J. Kenzer secretary of the American i flee annex to: be ready for
_. o Starke Telegraph. Hardly. It may the roads could get together and Hereford Breeder's Associationwill pancy in July.
hint to motorists says honey is useful in radia be to those who ride only for fun, consolidate their local freight business help with the sale. Plant City Florida Cu edto
; Helpful the driver's seat. but to the business man his 'car i* under supervision and direction At the sale held June 20, 26 registered pany seeks 20-year gas fra ridr.iet.
'ill1 z tors. Most of them prefer a little honey on the best investment he ha*.-Bron of express company. Justas bulls all under 1 year of ......A.. L 5.tuva.; C... in this city. ;t

1 o- i son Journal the express ia,now handled, It age, were sold for prices ranging Fort Pierce. Survey of ? ntyPft
thousand reasons for o-_. would not only mean a reduction In from $70 to $200. Seven of them Miss Kathryn Weest of Hampton harbor project with view to p ...
w The man who says he has thirty If legislators received a big salary the coat of operations but It would bought by E. J. Cameron, Sanford, spent the week-end with her aunt, ernment adoption for malntenau 65
remaining single will some day see the whole lot vanish in one Instead of ;lust about enoughto add immensely to the possibility while Colon Monroe, Ocala, purchased Mrs. D. W. Moore. recommended by district and fa
; 4 y. pay expense, there might be ol serving the public with expedited four. Two buff each were Miss Agnes Joiner ia visiting her Ion engineers in their report of pr

puff. some reason for a session longer transportation.. Instead of hav- sold to A. L. Jackson, Gainesville, sister, :Mrs.: 'Clyde Hall. llminary survey.TaUahassee .
) o than sixty day*.-Starke Tel. ing a dozen local freight Hal C. Batey, Gainesville, .J, C. Mr...1. P. Summers of Providence Contracts anr
Account of Brooklyn, New York, wedding stated "the graph. Apparently Governor Carl- hduaes the railroads could consolidate Penney, Penney Farms, and : was a visitor to Theressa Thurs gating $144,258 awarded recent
tables groaned with ton thought there waa any way. all of that business under one John Canning Andalusia. One bull' day. for road construction, mattrlt
wines were beyond compare, and the At least he kept 'em longer'thanthat roof In charge o>(.. he express com- each was bought by the following: I :'Miss Teresa Bennett left Wednesday and equipment .

; : both this year and two years. pany.. Thus,.the express company J. C. Black, Lee, J. J. Donaldson, afternoon.r-Lak. Butler Fort Pierce State Road Nt 1.11e,
i ago.BronaOI1.1ournal. could render pick-up: service on.10" Waldo W. J. Shell.Winter Haven, where she will visit for a few days from KIssimmee river to tbli phi
o I .- -o-- cal freight,shipments just aa Is now B.' Beaaham; Alacbua, Loncala before going Raiford for the. to. be..slagged. irdPAGI11t10D'r
husband by the name of Younghusband of Atlanta There are only two periods in a done thft-expreas! business, and Phosphate Compeny> ,--Ocala A. J. I opening of school'Monday, West' Palm Beach Will
chartered a plane to Reno to rid himself of Mrs. Young. woman's life when a man cannot likewise delivery service could be Cone Raleigh, and L; M. Rhodes 'Mr. :M. Z. Sullivan and family of Hunt and Randolph received
r understand her. says the Lisbon I had at destination} ,through the facilities Jacksonville.Mr. Miami.are visiting Mr. Sullivan's tract for building addition
____ "* husband.S Falls (Me.) Enterprise, and those. the al Cone won a free heifer while I brothers A. L. and C. Sullivan. Country Club building
o two periods are before he marriesher ready possesses,with possibly some two were bought' by :Mr. Monroe,' -.
and after Starke additions. '
marriage. minor unimportant
Former doughboy spent two hundred bucks talking to an Telegraph. He probably could understand The shipper,_t'could indicate one by Mr. Batey..

6 I S, old sweetheart in France, only to discover that she had mar her quite frequently when whether he wished, his local shipments i&y **m8m
she asks for money..-Bronaon to go by express or by local FUTURE FARMERS n... ,- e
red,someone else. JournaL freight as the urgency of the matter '
1NTA1s ?
0 I and the nature of the goods '
conditions. Today the railroads are suffering It was real treat to visit suggests- In any event there ANNUAL. MEET' -
Time changes Congressman Lex Green in his would be store door pick-up and -
from loss of receipts to truck lines, and in a few years home last week. We were, with the store door delivery. A system of Gainesville Fla.-The third an-

it will be the truck lines. rest of the Suwannee Press entertained that kind would be In position to nual convention of the Florida Association -
by the Congressman and compete favorably with truck of Future Farmers of
i o John Robinson of the Starke Tele transportation i the highways, America was recently held here, We're
r Falling in line with other control measures, St. Petersburg graph. And it .was a most pleasant and on account. .th'.lTeater financial and the state winners for 1931 an Giving AwayTHIS
occasion for all of us. They responsibility and stability nounced. Over 200 boys representing -
the they practice
i city, authorities have notified cops surely are fine entertainers. of the railroads shippers would SO counties and 30 high school
girth control if they want to continue on the 'Job.o Bronson JournaL very likely be inclined to favor the teachers attended the convention. FULL SIZE 25c TUBE OP
o roads. Such railroad service could which waa under the supervisionof
For an old timer the Bradford hardly be excelled by any other :J. F. Williams Jr., state su-i COLGATE'SRIBBON
The Marianna Floridan issued an excellent "Agricultural, County Telegraph at Starke has Instrumentality. pervisor of vocational agricultural I
x, industrial historical and pictorial edition" last week covering rounded out Its 04th year, E. S. Coupled with a plan of this kind education the teachers, and workers DENTAL CREAM
Matthews member of the state Instituted by the railroads to help i with the University of Florida
N every phase of activity in West Florida's banner county. raUroad commission Is owner and work out a favorable transportation College of Agriculture.Jake with jwair pmrtluut./-/ Palmolive
o .+.+ publisher and the management un- situation there of course Allaben, Lemon City won _ftlH filhtfing tumv Shampoo . . .5CPalmotive
of Florida fruits and vegetables are going der the guidance of J. C. Robinson should be consideration a lot more state speaking contest along witha Sharing Colgate's After
'Countless loads who Is treasurer of the South Florida than is now being given, by the chance to compete at the southern Cream . . . .I5$ Share . . . S6eCollate'
ut'of the state over every highway, some as far as Virginia Press Association. C. has taxing 'powers of the country. regional at Hot Springs Arkansas Ribbon Palmolive Shave
I and West Virginia, and what is important this movement ever given the people of Starke and There is no, Judgment in September. He competedwith Dental Cream . . ZSO Lotion . . .500
for to ship by rail. Bradford county a good newspaper. in the act of!over-taxing' the five other Florida district ..'. Rapid Vaseline Hair
ry goes on after it is not. profitable growers -Florida Newspaper New railroads, -which-muaV!. )_ necessarily winners. Shave Cream . . ISO TonicMitchell's ._ . . 400
__ o -e result in excessive: /f eight charges After a series of livestock Judging .
I According to a writer in the Lake City Reporter one Eustls produced Florida' healthiest since in the Analanalysfe the peo- contests held during' the.con
chautauqua circuit of 120 towns in 1926 dropped to ten towns girl for' 1929 and'again In ple,have to atan44.t* .':There wouldbe ference an Alachua' team stood
1931. There must be something to no*argument favor.of relieving
in 1929. As this writer stated, this.form of entertainment the air in Eustls, else how could ,the railroads entirely of taxation tale localities exercised 'moreor Drug Store StarkeFREEDOM

served a purpose in years gone by, but thosedays. are gone the champions sleep ten hours every because-- .they;,,.should, stand less from a racketeering stand- ,
section. night Starke Telegraph. their share. Yet'a* it la now far point. The railroads deserve better -
forever in practically every
That's good for Eustls, all right. too often the taxing power in cer- treatment.-The Packer.
o But it looks aa though somebody',
FARMERS NEED RAISE IN RATESt was afraid of Levy's health specimens

for although some of our fine
girls'tried to get Into the health
4, 'Railroads are not the only sufferers these days. contest this year sowehow' they

6 When they suffer, they employ whatever means at hand never did get there. If they had Here is Good News--Folks!
line. there probably would have been a
to pass the suffering on down the
different result.-Bronson Journal
q' And this method is also used by any other. business, ... o FRIDAY, JULY 3RD

where the passing on can be done. Th. members of the Suwannee t
{ On the heels of the railroads asking for a 15 per cent River Press Association will meetat Another carload of Purina Chow and high grade ingredients minute men of 1776
fromThe f
R his- Starke next Friday with JohnC. will arrive. All that day we will sell direct from
J raise in rates, a farmer tells of a recent experience of Robinson managing editor of the car to guard over the

\ An experience, usually! coming so often. that it has become the, Bradford County Telegraph you.PUY
and Congressman Green aa hosts. ,FRIDAY AND_SAVE freedom and destiny of
},,, ;, ; r a settled conviction. The meeting will be held at the WORRY
!; A farmer is one of those humans who can't pass his suffering summer cottage of Congressman ZOo on'each. ,MCk .( Purina Chows; 10* on each sack of In- America. In 1931 we, too,
i else- Green at Klngaley lake, and. the I gredl.,ntsVfrora the.regular store_pm.4 .. -
on anyone ( newspaper folks have be.n"inVited |''r' r<>A dollar m .ta ft dollar made{ Listed below are a few hare bur*minute men. .
,t Because he is at the bottom. ot the row. to take a swim in these wonderful feed"prlce'v the car and look over the
ar' This particular farmer shipped and sold twenty hampers waters. A fish supper will be served pouf_, r. ?*'* in the ahape of compact

for$30.00. and a general good time will Egg Chowder......._.____________. 11.05
of beans >
follow the business .....on.' All Lay chaw __ It.. standing
handling. thismhipnrM'nt ------- steel boxes
: Out of the"$30.00, the different agencies. the editors from the second congressional B... Qow'Sarato j ._" .. n...........;.- tp.I5> .
for the farmer levied $28.60. district have been Invited Prottna Scratch _ ____............._ Q.IO guard over .your Important
:k'} Leaving. the farmer $1.40 for his share, or 7 cents a and a large crowd Is I expected Corn and Wisest _. _. .____ ..J5011Io. A
" l besides the regular member of the ... Hen and Male Feed ___----.:.. f&MSUM .documents and record
k}I. wy, ***. Association.. The News will be rep Pare Wheat" Short. _.. "
'i.,(. 'Th container and labor for picking cost the farmer 33 resented at the at least alerts _'_ _ -.-...r..w__ $1.15 *."'Protect your vain-
t twow--Perry New Red sd Doe Ket... Here and Mole Feed --__ $L80M
11eIIIdII.:\ a hamper 1 i. HI O M per Beat, Cow:: Chow ,____ -wp.t5 able keeping them
4 Seed,'labor during the weeks to make the crop, and haul. t Seven counties. Alacbua.. Maria, per oat Prettna Cow Feed ___ $*.!. .by

.. the hampers to the express platform ought to be worth Volusls'. Flagler,' Bt. 'Johns-- Putnam It per'cent. retina Cow Feed ____ $1110 _''here.-
.} and DuvaV, auceaafuUy completed 'Oa*. ,*T_ X .. _____ $La'WMtHa
'",r.; something their campaign: against the ; TeUow. Cora -..- ___ 'LIO .
.t But the powers that be will probably allow him to charge cattle fever tick May 80. The Wheat _-_. ,, _. .UA .. & &--- ,LIO

to experience.. . splendid co-operation of the cattle
!off these items
Join the old Checkerboard Feed Store, you save and we
To replace a cash investment of $6.6Q for containers and owner i* largely responsible for save clubrFrMb feeds from the Purina Mill at the car
J the gratifying results and the extermination -
,to you-en'tke-Hdtog at the ice plant.BaffirdCoimty.
picking\ alone, thefarmer, received' $1.40. of the cattle tick from .. ...ot',.. -.."' ,.;.. ,
?;,W,; Which is alright and okeh to everyone except the farmer. these counties pave the way for f'
will restore this country's the development a worth while farmers
The "Back to the farm" movement .
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( : cattle Industry In this large area.
who do not know the
.,!. prosperity, says those: authorities The next step I* the use of purebred .

,, difference between a plow point and a cow's horn. registered bulls of the beat S Supply CompanyNATHAN

f And should. if a few, million more farmers.could be persuaded quality, crossing them with native
cattle. In this manner the Old
f'', to.contribute cash from some unknown source' and Florida scrub wit be practically N. PREVATr; Mgr The, BANK STARKE

t dump it into circulation in a like manner.. wiped off the'ranees. The abovementioned WE DELIVER: 8TAHKE, FLA. PHONE: 151

f But it can't be done- counties celebaretd the .' AN,HONOR ROLL BANK
::, completion of the work of tick A NEW OCTAGON PRKHTDM JULY 1ST TO DELI liST
_ ( ,;! Until the farmer receives more and the distributing eradication In the observance of a I E. S. Matthews. Prea B. J. Davis, Cashier

f'' agencies less. Cattlemen' Day June 20 at ,

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