Group 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 10, 1931
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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L':11E J: F'n"-FouR STAltKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1031 NUMBER FOUR ;


BIlSSIONERS ASK FOR Starke Wins From Campaigning To HOGS IN EARLY MARKETED FALL LEGISLATURE CONSIDERS jy: :



I PAVING ,OF HAMPTON ROAD Gainesville 4 2 Advertise Road Gainesville SELL! Fla.-It FOR MORE will pay NEW\ TAXATION MEASURESAn 'J'J'j

Florida,farmers to market hogs In p,'

board of county commlsr --torney- -----for the board of county The local ball-club defeated the 28 Under WayMeeting of the Florida early fall farm, according prices for to hogs a study recently added one cent tax on gasoline in the order following. ;,

1? of Bradford county, Floret commtsst&ners. fast Gainesville team here July 4th made by D. E. Timmons, extension and taxes on kerosene, luxuries The suggested taxes and the estimated
1 regular session on Mon- Applications for the position as 4.2 in one of the fastest games ,,agricultural economist. amusements, Intangibles, and revenue were:
In o'clock vacated Mr A. S. Crews played this other commodities were recommended 1. Twenty per cent retail sales d
6th 1031 at 10 by were season before a large of Delegate* Held In Monthly figures for three years In-
JulY with all members present as received from Mr. Floyd Green and crowd of enthusiastic fans, who Starke Thursday to Inaugurate dicate that hogs cold in September by a select committee tax on cigarettes; $1,225,000 estimated -
\\a-3. I* Underhill, chairman, Mr. E. K. Ferryman. The commissioners braved a scorcing sun and one of Movement usually bring about two cents more Tuesday as the Florida legislature revenue.
Crews: J. M. Rosier, G. W. proceeded to vote by writ the hottest days so far this year. per pound than those which bit the opened, its !second! extraordinarysession 2. That the intangibles tax bilk
ten ballot and Mr. Green received Speed Harvey turned of 1031 considered in the last session be U'
nand R. T. Osteen. Floyd again a Enthusiastic'support to project December and January markets! ( )
mutes of last regular meeting three votes and Mr. E. K. nice bit of pitching, as he allowed :. sponsored by toe directors of highWay The next best prices are usually A resolution by Representative again considered, with amendments
read and approved. Perryman received two votes; only four hits, and sent 13 of the No. 28 A-socJatlon to erect obtained in March. Watson Hlllsborough, which would increasing the tax on money deposits ?,
port of home demonstration whereupon Mr. Floyd Green was Gainesville hitters back to the five 12, 1-2 by fco feet, scenic signs Those figures indicate that a place the house on record as refusing ; ettttmated revenue $500,000. Y'
t was received and ordered declared county'prosecuting attor- bench via the strikeout route. Ferryman at strategic points "along: the route 200 pound hog marketed In early to pass any taxation measures 3. Increased occupation 1 licenses
?. A verbal report was made ney for the balance of the year who found his batting eye from Valdosta," Go., south, pointing fail should bring about $4 more until one cent of gasoline tax ; to raise revenue from $,100,-
he county or farm demonstra- 1931, several weeks ago, hit well getting out the distance saved by using than one of the name ;weight on the .: revenue was diverted from the 000 at present to $600,000 annual '
1 agent. Report of countye ,,Bill of B.:'W. Hayes for commission three hits, as did Harvey to help the Palatka-LoKe City short routeto winter market: It should be easier state' road department to the gent I ly.
aa to convictions for monthune as tax assessor on interest and win his own game. lloke Parks the east coast was pledged by for Florida farmers tp produce the eral revenue fund, was referred to 4. Special tax on professions; t
| was received and ordered I sinking- funds was approved for the the club's hard working catcher, representatives :of Flagler Pubnam early fall fattening feeds, since the resolutions committee. I $150,000.:
sum"of $672,63,. to be paid by the caught a fine gn.meand Joe Douglas Bradford'Union and Columbia they are favored, with, an earlier : A special committee of the FlorIda -, 5. Documentary stamp tax of a
following resolution was re-i state board of administration. did some fine work around counties at the offices of II. O. season than other'sections. house of representatives today ten cents on each $100 of all evidences ;!
I'tA e from the board of bond trus- I 'The turpentine operators of first base picking up several! bad Wall at Starke Thursday, J. W. Selected pigs sanitary management reported,to the house that $1,329-& of Indebtedness, mortgagee
(for roads of Bradford county, Bradford ,county asked the boardto throws that seemed to be going for Campbell, who Avlth II H. Tanner I i and ,early economical feuds 000 of new revenue is necessary if and papers of conveyances; |1-
dB: allow them to pay all back taxes errors. represented Palatka and Putnam are essential for finishing pigs for the state ad valorem tax on real OOp.OOO.
resolved( that the board ofIty on their leasehold Interests at a Thompson, who did the hurling county, stated in pews story,in Fri the early fall market, according to estate la to be reduced to the con 6. A law requiring alj so-called '
commissioners of Bradford valuation of $12.00 per forty ,After for the Gainesville aggregation, day's Palatka Dally New,' II, Q. Clayton district extension stitutional one mill for schools. An self-sustaining: departments to turn
hly, Florida, be and they are discussion the matter was laid had the local boys swinging wildlyat Present at the meeting were F. agent. Such feeds as corn and pea, additional tax of one cent a gallonon 25 per cent of their gross receipts
I by requested to make an aslaent over,, until 2 o'clock p. m. Tuesday: times with hid slow floater,but M. Walrath, representing' Clay I nuts grazed in the field have proven gasoline: was recommended. Into the general treasury; $100,000. ;'
!! of thirty-eight' mills on July 7th. was found for ten hits in the end 1 County and Keystone Heights; H. splendid. They should bo ready for To provide other revenue, the T. A tax on billboards; $50,000. A,
taxable property In Bradford The following resolution was developing into four runs, which C. Wall and C. A. FutcH, representing the hogs by about the middle of committee recommended a 20 perCent 8. A graduated< tax: on amuse-
lity, Florida, for the year 1931, then adopted; was enough to win the game. i Starke and Bradford, county, July It, is always well to begin : sales tax on cigarettes, a tax ments, starting with 0 cents on admissions ' 7F
fallows: "That whereas state road No. 28 Summary: in addition to th& PuUtka delega-, cutting some f>t this feed a week or, on intangibles, increased occupa- of 25 cent or legs; $750t('
tilrty-two, mills for Interest and from' Lake.City to Bunnell, Florida ' Starke AB R H PO A E lion. 10 days before It can be grazedand tional licenses, a special tax on 000.
,lug food to pay Interest cou- has been completed through Jonea, ct 4. 0 0 100 Following a full lHc>jaslon of the I carry H to the pigs. Thus they professions a documentary stamp D. A tax on commercial banks
L when due and< to retire bonds Bradford county; and whereas a Wall,2 b 4 1 1 2 1 0 project was deeded' that if the wilt become accustomed to the tax, a tax on billboards, a tax on and finance corporations; $200,000 ''Y
I maturity: and six mills for graded road from Hampton. Florida -, Parks, c 3111221'Moorelt financing ,could -t>* apportioned I change of feed and will not: be as amusements, 'a, tax on banks and 10. An additional tax of one-cent ,
InUmance of county roads. connecting with state road No. 4 0 0 1 0, 0 among the counts Effected signs likely to gorge themselves. finance corporations, an excise! tax a gallon on gasoline; 1225000.
,used In regular session of the 28 has been'designated as a state Burney, 3b 4 1 0' 100 would bo erected- he following I Pigs on full feed, should gain on luxuries! and non-esaentlals, a 11.A tax on a limited number of ,
I'd of bond trustees of Bradford road; and whereas there is considerable 'I Redgrave, rt 4 1 1 0 0 0 pplnts; On road Flo: .2, south of' from 1 to 2 pounds/ per'day; thus kilowatt hour tax on electricityand luxurloti and nonessentials; J300-
jty), Florida, this the 2nd day traffic that is passing Douglas lb 4 0 1 7 0 0 .Valdosta; on road No 2 south of' 100 to 123 pounders placed on full gas,,.and a. tax of throe cents .000. r
'une A. D, 1931. over' said grade keeping it badly Perryman, ss 4 0 3 2 3 1 Jasper and north of the Junction of fed by the middle of July should a gallon on kerosene. 12. Kilowatt hour tax, passed to
W. E. Torode. out of repair; I Harvey, p 4 0 3 1 2 0. NOB. 2 and SO: : went of Lake City; make the number 1 grade by:;) late Consideration of the proposed the consumer; $2,000,000. ,
Chairman Pro Tem. '"Therefore, be it resolved, that I Total ss: 4 10 '21 9 2. east of Lake City-and south of I>a-' August or September. Number 1 taxes in the order listed was rec 13. A tax of three cents a gallon
C A. Futch Secretary we do ask chairman and membersof latka with a 6th to be placed southof hogs, weighing between 165 and ommended. The committee said on kerosene; 750000.
e i following resolution was reId the state' road department to Gainesville AD R H PO A E' Bunnell on road No. 4 when the 250 pounds and of good quality I "it l is contemplated that only sufficient '"Some of the phases: and Items ij
from the board of publlo rush the hard surfacing of said Truby, Sit 3 1 1 1" 0 road to Bunnell U completed. bring a premium, and every effort of such new sources be,tax- ot this report,'*' the committee said,
imctlon of Bradford county, graded road and'get'same completed Pelham, ct 4 0 0 1 0 0 The directors decided the amount should be made to make A number odd as will meet the actual needs "did not receive approval of all ,
Irida, as follows: for the fall and winter ,traffic.. Cone, 3b 4 0 l' 1 2 0 which should be carried by the different 1 out t>l every pig.A j of the state." members of the committee. It la
i it resolved, that the board The clerk of the circuit court Thompson, p ,3 0 0 0, 1 0 counties aril agreed to wait recent! survey shows that In '. The committee estimated total hoped that the e suggestion *. *
mty commissioners Brad having prepared estimates of revenue Whlddon Ib .4 0 0 10 0 1 upon the various governing bodiesof 1920 Florida farmers marketed: revenue from the 13 !.Iouree" it which were cached through a eplr-
:county, Florida, are hereby "and receipts from sources other Sapp, rf 4. 1 0 0 0 1 the different Counties with the nearly 13 per cent of their bogs in recommended would be $9,450,000 it of cooperation and harmony * 4
d i to make an assessment than ad valorem taxes to be Hackard, It 4 0 1 2 1 0 purpose. of obtaining the pledges. September and October, while last annually.. will meet a responsive chord la the "
(malls for the year'1931, for a levied, reasonable to be expected: McMIllan, e 4. 0 0 6 2 0 .. 1\[. %ValraUi.4i-'as delegated to year they sold over 24 percent during : { Included bou e." I

1 school fund. ? from the lat day of October 1931, Fogg!. 2h 3..1 0 0 ..2 0 bring the mat s j o the attentionof those months Such IncreasesamrproMpects ,."Economies* suggested- :instate Representative O. P. Wood, Lib
,, A uniform;, spuierof tTducJlon; ;
I at theregular eesalonof -' Keystone :Jlclghta. and Clay 'I fop further\ Increasesthis !
to> the 80th day or'Sept"T03'l, and f .. curtailment of I erty, chairman, Bald the fcommilteo. ,
| boW if public Instruction of the said estimates having been SOLICITORS M1JBT POST BOND county; H. C. Wall and C. A. season are proof that early fall salaries, activities had prepared bills covering sumo
tOuly, 1031, ordered spread upon the minutesof The city council of the city of ty; J. Townsend, Lake Butler Last year one Florida community for the next few years bureaus;abolition would be prepared by individual -
KO, r. ,iy, Chairman, the said board and the originalto Starke, Florida, met July 8, in regular Cad Union county; K, H. Chapman, marketed more hogs in October and consolidation of -, members of the house. l t
and
.X. ,. Griffis. Secretary." ba filed as a part of the recordsof session with all members pres' Lake City and Columbia county; than during any other month. offices, commissions, administration depa.rtment.'I The committee aU it "insisted y,
Ui. following resolution the said board in words and ent: minutes of the last meetingwere K. II. Tanner and J W. Campbell, A without Impairing to thq- upon HUloptlon of revenue/ measures,
and efficient service
>:recelv d from the board of figures I.& follows: read and, approved., Palatka and Putnam 'county; J.W. OLD NEW RIVER BRIDGETO which will eliminate the state ad J
J/c/ \nUon; .Bradford Instructed to write Campbell, Flagler county and BE MOVED public. '
,General Fund: from ocupattonal The clerk was estimated valorem tax, except time cpnatltuttlanfii '
At the outset the report
Fit:,;:.a.ived., and railroad licenses, 60000. the sheriff of Martin county to at Cunnell. The board of bond ''trustees of of the 1 one mill and favor a legtalatlve -,, '
De It rr < that the board Fine and Forfeiture Fund: from once get two boys recently left in "The"Idea met with general approval Bradford county, Florida met July :tats, government general expense annually for the enactment requiring' such re.. i
11 Icounty c unlssloners of Brad- fines and costs collected, $2000.00.The Starke and take them away. Mr. Campbell stated, "and 7th, in regular session with the following next two years would be J3.235-! duction.) ,"
count lorlda, are hereby re- board then took up the Matter Mr. J. W. Morgan made a proposition tho Starke delegation made several M B. J .
members present ;
000. In addition to $7,500,000 appropriated -. '
'ltcd r UO an assessment of of estimate of the the site for good suggestions.
making an to sell to city a O. J
Matthews chairman Haynes,
: for a standard eight- Fine Tobacco Dust
I mills : bonded indebtedness necessary expenses of the county city park. The 'matter was taken "Mr J. W. Townsend, when called H. ftltch. L. W.: Sowell. Minutes months public school term.
ikuok/!: '" let No. 18 and 5 for the fiscal,year from October I, under advisement.The upon, at Laka i 'e, : d indebtedness Into 1031,. to Scptcmber30, 1932, and council passed an ordinance Waller, Mr. Tanner and myatelf Anticipated revenues for! general
-_ No. 3, and 11 mills having! : considered the receipts estimated requiring solicitors to place with seemed Impressed with the plans approved.A commltteo from the Union expense: from sources already tax Chinch Bug R"mcdll
bone Ibtedness in Lawtey by the clerk and having given city sufficient bond to insure delivery and Will submit t.hemjo the county tho Bradford ed, exclusive of ad valorem levies -
:riot r' 6, canunlsslonert or. Union county county board! requested totalled $3,191,000: annually, leavIng Gainesville Fla. The '
full ,consideration of the needs of goods. board to with' them -- most of. r
1 H. av. Chairman, and necessities of the county and > when they meet Monday.. well a. county Join of the old 1,044,000 to be provided by ad. fectlvo control for chinCh bugaf
A. Ida, Secretary." the requirements of the different' BtTSINBHS: MCL to the Lake Butler,,official( at-Uieir in moving a portion the location dillonal new sources. The' commit- which cause' a brown spotting onJt a''
liUmatIWBK.: were received from purposes to meet U expenses: during HOLD BEOtTLAK: LUNCHEON next meeting. steel bridge to the from Dukes Ferry present crossIng : : tee reported present estimated Augustine grass lawns Is a fine-.; 5,
IeYer 1. al sub echool dish the Bald fiscal' year, have determined "Unfortunately ,,, the secretary that this board revenue for schools walt $285,000 ground tobacco dust, according $
It agreed
tI :, ; that certain mileage and,do hereby declare the The Business Men's Club of and president of I the Lake City secure the was service of'an engineer short of the $7, i0O,000 aprroprlattlOQ. to J. It. Watson entmologUt wltU ,-
tn.it all of the prop- following to be the estimated expenses Starka met Monday for their reg- chamber of commerce were ovit of to'make some the Florida Experiment: Station. ;
lie Kb.: and personal In each and all special and extraordinary ular luncheon in the MagnoliaCafe. the city when wo got there, but'we aa Investigation soon, as: possible ol the same and report ,Revenues already provided for :' 'lawn'will, ,, turn:brown In spots,.. 4
itr<:ts as follows: expenses contemplated received the usual hearty cooperation to Union county. BQhacl Wore listed<< a*: .and Just'around the spots there will
paw :.hool district No. 1, for the year from ad valorem taxation At this time officers for the ensuing from lir. Chapman and the The board passed a,resolution requesting 'Motor: vehicle llcenao tax, $0,'. be a yellow ring. In this yellow C
and' .estimated' receipts fcoin year were elected. A. S. plan will be submitted to the Lake the state road department SOO.OOO( ; Interest on 'state school area most ot tho chinch: bugs will t';
fix*.,, school district No. 2; other sources, which will be available Crews as chairman, and A. J. Grif- City chamber of commerce at the to construct a hardaurfaced road funds, $200,000; Interest on state ,. bo found. The chinch bug ;I* about,
|41ifP : flt: secretary. regular meeting on,July 13 and to from Hampton to, food 28. This funds in banks, $40,000; constllu 1.8 Inch (long, and i. dark' brown 5
I mil U b-school district No. 3, It "vaS thereupon resolved that Tho committee on road signs the city official at their meetingon would be a continuance of, the, tlonal one mill ad valorem -tax, to black In color except for lbs
the dork of the circut court be directed composed of J. Mitchell, chair July 14. Hampton Beach, road $400,000; and mileage tax on whltUlx wings, '
I ndia'' :hool district Noshool *, : to have the foregoing estimates man and W. E. Torode and C. A. "Mr. Chapman also expects to offer A resolution was passed by the truck: and buses, $ 3rOOO makinga This t& the same Insect that does p
aa made by the board of Knight made their report. the plan to the county commissioners board changing the date of meet- total pf $7,919.000.: HO much damage to corn and wheat; ..al
:. '- district No. 6, county commissioners published In 'of Columbia' ,county' next. ing to the first; Monday of each (General expenses of the state! in, tfi* north, central states, but IrA a
a newspaper in the county by one board of county commissioners Monday. month. This change to take.effect, government were listed: Florida the only plant on which: Its +
;etlk4 J. jchol district No. 7, insertion that a copy thereof prop- having given notice for 19 days by I "Incidentally, the SUrke ,and, for the August meeting. General appropriation bill, including attack U noticeable Is the St. Au- 9
'" erly certified be forwarded to the publication in the Bradford County I Keystone Heights people want to I The board agreed to furnish lumber -I, contlmilnsr appropriations,, jruatlno grass This grass ill/ one of ;
!epu:,; .J ub-I:hool district No., 8, comptroller of the state of Flor- Telegraph, newspaper publishedin I know the date of the Putnam for a bridge at the intersection! $5,021,000; ; pension $1,100,000; the) most; popular lawn grasses, in
Starke, Bradford county, County Community as they I tho state, since it grows well in
ida.The Flor-I df the Brocket road and a road state prison, $750,000; state board
'pc ::1 ':"u"8cho!> I' district No. following named officers filed ida, that the board would are planning to uttend." shade, crowd ,out weeds, and In a
i0m .. that was constructed: !<1 by,C> 8. Kelly '- of health $:SCO: .000; tick eradication ;
their reports of receipts and ex- this day as a board of equalizersfor and others.TIEATRFI $203,000; bog cholera serum, not, readily browned by the cold.
lia J. .1b.acbool l district, No.' penses for the six month ending the purpose of hearing com- SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGSBoard v i 4. .. 125,000::; ; miscellaneous appropriations CenUpedotyv+ :a recently developed
tt-U.: hI ,- on the 30th day of June, A. D. plaints and receiving testimony as OPENS TONIGHT and relief bills passed by 1931 lawn' grass, fs not susceptible, -
PIICI.J a" -'ach001 district No. 19311 Geo. A. Gardiner, county' to the value of any property, real met July6th In regular \VITII SOUND EQUIPMENT: legislature. $123,000: ; payments thf chinch bug> but U will not grow
: Judge O. W. Alderman, clerk of personal or mixed as fixed by the session with members- May and due bonk, $506.000) ; and amounts aa well' inr the shade! and, browns 2''
pe"10'm'' j iSl"scU001 district No. circuit court;-W. J. Epperson sheriff county tax assessor. Surrency present'Minutes of previous Factory rcpresenattlve! of the due New York bonks (Internal improvement more readily,during th-. winter.:
'pecal.A j K. W. Hayes, Tax -assessor; The complaints of Dr. P. A. meeting read'and approved. ,Western Electric Company have fund annual repty-: ,Mr. .Wataort nays that,the tobacco :
10 Sub-achoul district No C. A. Knight, tax collector A. J. Brinson and, Mr. Strofeldt having Estimates of trustee for the completed installation- the new ment)'$60,000, making total of $9* m OB t'be,ground floe, and' that,
mills, Crtffla, supterintendent of public been duly considered by the board, school: year were"considered. sound equipment in the Gaiety 235,000.: ; many, tobaccorMoats\ are not fine,
roc::! Ub-Ii1Chool district No. Instruction. and no other parties having appeared The cost of supplying a satisfactory Theatre and... it will 'open tonight enough to be'boot: effective. :The,, ,,' '
for the
a The board then proceeded to select to 'make complaints as to heating system was discussed I with a Paramount production Anticipated revenues gen- dust mu.st..O', ron: tttovat' looat"3' ':?J
10 1 b'school district No: names to serve and Jurors in values as fixed by said tax assessor and decision was ,to advertise, forbids ( "Manslaughter." This' production neral taxed fund front sources already percent .o( ,toottoe(>i,".S4k\\1tt'N<).:3Lj: ;.
''r, p county Judge's court for, the en- it was decided td! make no 'oif this Job. r will be shown Friday and Saturday General: Inspection fund. $700,. has proven tha rry';t- tttectry: '' wtr'rUe':! / faIt "
A. d and suing year in acordance with chap changes in the values as fixed by Routine matters were attendedto nights. For Monday and Tuesday coot about-f Mft.tj! '* Jmuodl andtL'... "r; '
d'I.he b erdto consider nducCut ter 10107, laws of Florida, act of the said county tax assessor. and the bills. tor month. audited I, a Harold Lloyd comedy 'Feet 000 i L delinquent ad valorem taxes, 1* also a good f ltlUalktyc): :U..ta i ate""
! alent on the old Brad- 1925. The board then adjourned as a and paid. i First," has been booked. $1,230,000: ; general license fund, tlcularly Import$ ,.to;tfofU) if1.l.il\1 .
.4 4 Dank bUilding to tileBIi.n The board then adjourned for board of equalizers and organizedas i No further btwine board' adjourned With installation of Western flpO.OOO" ;, special license and ex- on the yellow clrcleNfaut"&ft rtfidr3v/ # .
1m .n t as "seaaed against the purpose of organizing as a a board of county comiB foner. to meet first ,Monday in r Electric sound equipment the local Cite tax on Insurance companion. bugs.once appear thf safest tiling, ; ,
: kt Stlnke building.: board of equalizers, The board Of It was ordered by the board that .I theatre hats the best on the mar-' missions JOCO comptroller' fee and com to. do U to treat the entire lawn' 1
s August.A.
'd! trnfeidt appeared and equalizer was then organized with a meeting will be held on the first .3. CrtffU,,Secretary.TIP . I ket today, the same equipment be- : $33,000: ; secretory of The tobacco duet ,stay on. the' I t (
,r a reductlot .on Ms asi J. L. Underhill as chairman J. (t. Monday in August. A. D. 1931, It : ing- tued In alt the,large ttxeatfet state's fee and commissions, $173- gross for'several days and kilt& the ',1,,'
went! the 3rd of said. t month TOP NOT A CIIU.V' STORE The 000) ); corporation tax, $500,000:; ; Utilities ,' larvae
,r, Crews, O. W. Hinson, R. T. Osteen being day I of the country. management young th y hatch! ,
u" board and requested The board then took a recess ; complaints of any property ownersas Mr. P. II. Naswortby. purchaserof i at the present time, later td open $200,000) ; secretary of state tax on to BO gallons water, has proven effectiv .. '
1111' :; bard:: make a small P- until,Tuesday morning July 1, 1931 to values as fixed by the tax the former M-Cf Store from the ut for the full week's run. A cor- commissions; $23,000 special 11fjjuo *, but: a second application': }r it
I tr' .a for dub boyq and club at 9 o'clock a. m. I assessor and accepted by the Mid Piggly Wiggly !interest of Gainesville dial invitation la extended the pub. taxes on Pullman' telegraph must be made in about 10, days.; i
Pr.*' etc. The board convened pursuantto board of county 'commissioners; ,, desires ,to Inform the public lie, to, Attend the opening of the and othercompanlee., $ '8OQO, Inheritance Two or a pound of some good,
G perks was stricken from recess on Tuesday morning, I and will bear any and all reasons that with his purchase- the .! theatre with its new equipment. taxes.100,000 (not more spreader should be added to the 6O iJ.
Per Nil( for the reaaon that July'7,1031 at B o'clock a. m. with that may be given why said valua store,that It severed all connections than $ OOOO first year' ), making gallon Calcium cyanide: in good
hog a U. S. Pension of $40 all members present.The lions on any real or personal estate with any chain or outside management Births 'total of ,$9,101,000. but it Is'liable to burn the grass'
tax assesor having presented should be changed. and I Is owned and operated Mr. and MrsLv A. Dyal, Gra- The 'report ..1.f'OIthtr committee and la dangerous It should be> :"
a.eierate pension claim ofm his books showing the assessed There being no further business solely by him. Mr. andMr*. U as- ham, daughter July 8th. considered several suggestedsources Ii dusted when the lawn 1 Ia 'dry and'' ;
po 4irgan WM approved. valuation of property subject totaxation the board adjourned until the next worthy consider themselves "home- Mr. and Mr. W. A. Tyler Law- of revenue' together with distributed by vigorous sweeping. -
A. S.. Crew. for exam1n&tlont by the regular meeting which ,will be held folks." making their home here and tey _.,July 7th. ,the "atlmsletl. amounts, produce, Infested lawn ahould not be, .;
bon ..a o.mtJ' proseoutln board in compliance with the requirements the first Monday in August 193L are working for themselves and not Mr, :and Mrs. W, )>" HoUinga- 'and"submit, ...me to the'house'of mowed closely a. the bug will con-i;
'fller but std not resign ag at. of the law and the G. W. Alderman, Clerk. for outside interest worth daughter Starke,-July 7th. representatives for consideration centrate on the grass_that,,'U left., tw



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Matthew 262629.: And as they New Strawberry De..rl.tloa) .... '1'. R. A. Ow.e.

were eating, Jesus took bread, and Fanners' Week 1
Looks Promising New River In EH of NBU
blessed it and brake it and gave it SI A WH of NWU .84 1 DOSO Lawr.nce

to the disciples, and said, take, eat; Plant City Area Loti 1e1 I 7 11 of Blk 27 Wll'l'ln "..
New River In E% of NBU I
this is my body. 27. And he took Dairy Day Set of Seo A WH of NWU14Lots 4' Lawrenoe

the cup, and crave thanks, and gaveit Plant City, Fla.-A new varietyof Blk 1 18 1 /a7 New> 10 River'11 IS In 11 BH of Wlaln I 1

to them saying: Drink ye all of strawberries, the Blakemore, of NBU of Seo SS A: W&

By word it I limp ute mj feet ass i rJ&ldIDl' my patLPsahIII9:105.iTf't : It; 28. For this Ia my blood of the 13 has been attracting considerable Lot NWU -----------24 4 M Lawrence
For /
t5k W1nln
-
August 11 of SO New River! _
Testament which Is shed for _
r new attention In this area. The Blake- I
AU nllalOUl teaching doctrine: or In BH, of NBU of Sea 13A
JPiJ444. for the remission of sins. 29. W of NWU, 24 I
IIXD a tea, it they are to have any claim many more is a cross between the Missionary % --- SO Lawrence Wlggnt|
4
anon tbel love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony withtne But I say unto you. I win not drink and Howard 17 varieties. All Blk SI ex Lots S 4 1 1 of S I
5 New River In BH
teschlnn of Jesus the Christ whoa words fit into every fold and crevle henceforth of this fruit of the vine, 'Gainesville Ffa' ;'"-Dairy Day at It was developed by the U. S. De- NEye. ofBeol3a W\4I of

h :' CJl the human henrt. and of whom It was said la John 7146"NEVER MAN until the day when I drink it new II partment of Agriculture, and baa NW u. - ..__. u SOSO Wfc.lne
) SPARE LIKE THIS J MAN." with In my Father's kingdom. the 10th annual Farmers' and Fruit Lots 1 Slot Blk II1 New Eros _
you
'l been tried at the Florida Experi- River In EH of NBU of
1 I of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this Prayer: "Break Thou the breadof Growers' Week, to be held at the ment Station strawberry field lab- Sea 11 A w3 of NW I. -14 6 Lawrence
}} Pastors Lot IS of Blk IS New Rlv. Wlg.n| _
life Dear Lord to
department i for news of church actlvltes, organizations and an- me. University here August 10-14 has : oratory here, as well as by growers er In BH of NBU. of Sec l

uncementa. Space freely given and no charge made-the only re- been set for Thursday, the 13th. At since 1926. 11 A WH of NWU.I____14 I soso Lawrence Wlggn|
y DAILY BIBLE READINGS' All Blk 83 ex Lot New ,_
_
{ golrement being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday this time the annual meeting: of the The Blakemore usually comes Into River In BH of NEU of .

; nornlnr otherwise they cannot be handled for current' issue.i.1 bearing about a week earlier Sec 13 A WH of NWU -24 I Lawrence
Florida Association Wlggn|
_. | July 10 State Dairymen's than the Missionary, present leading All Blk 41 ex Lot 11 New 1 II:
Ly N k 'I:; Delight and Desires Delight will be held. The River In EH of NEU of
in hold unto the next preliminary variety. It baa withstood periods Sao S3 A WH of __24
D"D"a' i and put them : NWU 8 soI Wiggins
i for It was now eventide. The thyself also In the Lord; end he program baa Just been announcedby of cold wet weather as well as All Blk 44 ex Lots t 1 -i 5 Bro. _
r SUNDAY SCHOOL day: shall give thee the desires of thine 471 New River In KH of
I officers of the association and a the The fruit Is
' I LESSON number of men in the new church Miaslonary. more NBU of Seo S3 A WH of
,: had now tncreasad to about five heart.-Psalm 37: 4. College of Agriculture committee. uniform in size, and slightly blunt- NWU - ______-_____14 10 Wiggins

11 thousand. How was Jesus crucified? Answer The program will open at 8 a. mwith ed in shape. It Is of a tender texture All 7 Blk S New 41 River ex Lt---In BH of .., I

FOR JULY 12, 19S1 read-Matt. 27:26-38.: a feeding' demonstration at firm and slightly less acid. NBU of Sea IS A WH of
the Sanhedrin,
The next morning July 11 the experiment Station dairy barn. This uniformity and firmness makea NWU . ------.-,-34 S 10 WI.clnl Eros
(Jewish nigh court), assembled andPeter Finding the Seek Lots 13 1 4 A Fracl Lots I _
Right
Way -
i Subject: The preaching of the This demonstration will be Incharge good shipping berry. eaallLots: 75910Ii
j' before
and John were brought -
ye the Lord while he may be found, I of Tap Bennett, field representative The Blakemore haa constantly IS of Blk 47 New River
:Apostles. it, and were asked how they call yo upon him while he Is near In KH of NE%. of Seo SS
; .. Golden Text: "We ought to obey' healed the crippled man, "By what let the wicked forsake hla ; with the National Cot- out yielded the Missionary; the average A W of NWU ____S4 8 SO Brail Mitchell

God rather than men." Acts 5:29.: what name have way and tonseed Products Company. At 8:45a : of test last season at the S IB A of SWU, of ___14 1 20 II Lawrence ----I
or by
ye Ain
power .
the WIgglniWallace
Text Acts 4114. unrighteous man his thoughts; demonstration selecting dairy strawberry laboratory being 181 NBU,. of SWU ex 1 NW it
Lesson : "
1 done this, Cor for school ___ .__17
and 1
let so
him return unto the Lord -- II
I Time and Place of Lesson: Short "Then Peter filled with the Holy cattle will be given by W. J. Kee- quarts per acre more. Most of this NWU of NE%. 31 1 10 40 T. B. Nedd ._ ,
and he will Edwards
have _
time after Pentecost; at Jerusa Ghost said unto them Ye rulers of mercy upon him; gan, southern representative for increase was made during January SEnofSW45ofS4. -----k
>
and to our for he 11 6 SO 10
God
lem. Israel will abundantly the American Jersey Cattle Clubs; (and February, while the Missionarytook wy5 ____31II a Eugene Bryan .
the people, and elders of BdVf SOSO 10 I. N. Newell ...: II
IntroducUon: "Be It known unto you all, and to When pardon.should-Isaiah we sow 03;the 6, 7.seed? IL C. Bates, southern representative the lead In March, when ber- EH of 81D14.NoC34: : :*_:_NEU____,__Of 8 10SO L' N. Newell __..:::::::: II I"

"We do not know how long after all the people of Israel, that by the Answer for the American Guernsey ries sold for a lower price. SBU - _______S. I ISO T. M.

Pentecost the healing of the lame name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, read EccL 11:6.: Cattle Club; and Dr. B. B. Becker, Some growers object to the light SE'4 All of SEH of .W'eyotBWyeNAll 11 1 SO 40 A. L. Green Stephens..___?___ II II

at the temple gate occurred... July 13 associate In investigations color of the Blakemore WH
man whom ye crucified, whom God raised Eternal Life dairy however Vroad __-- e 20 5 D. J. O.
I It was probably a very short pert -I from the dead, even by him doth Thou shalt love with the Florida Experiment Sta when they arrive at the market f SWU, of BWyaa Green Jr. -_ I

; iod. The last few verses of the this man stand here before you the Lord thy God with all thy tion. W E. Stokes and Ceo. E. this seems to be preferred over the N'E14 of road of HJ. -----U 20 ISSO A. L. Gr 6n ._____ t
heart % 11
and a
,J third chapter of Acts give us an I whole." "Neither Is there salvation with all, with all thy soul, and Rltchey, agronomists with the Station dull, dark red color of the Mission SEH\ of NEUTrrrin. 1 SO 40 40 Eugene Eliza Wilson Bryan._.1_= at

.tn trucUve.picture of the church in any, other: for there is none thy strength, and with all will carry the visitors to a series ot of SW* A
in the immediately thy: mind: and thy neighbour as ary.The aj % Sg-T%, .. IS 1 SOSO
: getting under way day. other name) under: heaven given thyself. This do, and thou shalt of five demonstration pasturesat workers suggest that growers % ____13 6 60 40 Alfred W. R. Thomas .,,- II

following Pentecost. among men, whereby we must be lIve.-Luke 10:05.: Then at 10:25: a salt sick give this berry a fair trial on a EH of SBU _1S 1 SO 10SO Robert Matfhewi".1'-
"The early Christians, while saved." 10:27: 28. demonstration will be in charge of small scale The Florida Experiment Wit. of NE&NW4&Nof -_ II

busy serving Christ and leading You will notice that Peter being When will God answer us? Answer Dr. W. M. Neal, assistant in animal Station, Gainesville, baa just NWU SWU ex", 10 A A NWU In SW of Cor BBU-31__14 I s 20 HOSO ISO T.Eugene M. Ste Bryan ---.10

; men to Him, did not desert Judaism "filled with the Holy Ghost, said read-Isa. 65:24.July : nutrition at the station. Issued press bulletin 433 The I SEU _ _______14 8 10 160 Y. F. a Lawrence_ _tWlgglns I

4 ..1'' but continued to observe the unto them." The great trouble IS The association meeting will be Blakemore Strawberry and free ,( a S\4I of NE4 ___II 8 SO ISO Empire _ -_ 1BEl /

laws of Moses, and attend the services with many professed Christian Praise the Good God-Make a called to order at 11 o'clock by copies will be sent upon request. I, NW% _ _______ I 7 SO laO M. F. Lumber Lawrence Co. -.I

: t,, ', of synagogue and temple. One churches today doubtless is that Into joyful noise unto: the Lord. Enter President V, C; ,Johnson, Dins- I NW%, of NWU 1 ,7 Wiggins - I
40
,1 j' day, Peter the leader of the apostles the preachers and leaders of the I II For the his Lord gates is with thanksgiving. more. After a business session and Jacksonville Runway and NEU" of NBHTHI" 4 7, SO, ._40, ;W..11.W. R. Nudge HodgeSO ________ 11 l

and John the beloved disciple, church are not "filled with the good.-PM. 1001 /- the noon lunch, C. A. Cobb, editorof equipment at South Jacksonville SBU of NEV4 A NH ..f Bran-\ -

were on their way to keep in the I Holy Ghost. In his answer to the ,When 4, 5. the Progressive Farmer and Air Terminal being Improved. Loetxl Ry of right Elk; of 1 way In Ward_ S 7 113 John J. Morgan -_..,_ r

; temple the third of the three specified high priest and the court, Peter Answer should we seek the Lord? Southern RuralUt, will be the principal Pensacola $2,000,000 bridge Lot City-. ---_-_-__.-_ B 7 SOSO Mr. Laura E. Baxter J I

hours of prayer, namely, at the spoke one of the greatest truths in read-Isa.14 65:6.. : speaker- Mr. Cobb haa a fine over Pensacola Bay, dedicated. City 1_, of-, Bile-___1_In___Ward_____ 1 7 W. W. Ward ...
ninth hour, or from 8 to 4:30: p. m. the Bible, "Neither Is there salvation July knowledge of dairying in the south Madison-New Pan Am service Lot I of Bile S In Ward _

The other two hour of prayer were in any other: for there is with Deliverance him In at Hand I will be and a pleasing manner of speaking. station to be erected at corner of : Lot City 7 of- .-Blk-__,S__In?_ Ward_____ 8 7 SOSO Mrs. E. J. Ward _

at about 9 I a. m. and noon." none otl er name under heaven him. trouble; I will deliver lie will be followed by a numberof Base and Shelby streets, at cost i City _ ____ ______ 8 7 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter
lame asked -Psalm 91,15.: : Lot 9 of Blk S min Ward l
At the temple a man other speakers. of about 5000.:
given men whereby we
tan'' for a gift, and "Peter said, silver must be among taved. It ,is pitiful to see thirst Who will take away hunger and Farmers' week will begin Mon Stuart Jack Harrison will open ; Lota135460tBlkglnFraci City 17 20 Unknown __.___ i

and gold have I none but such as and wipe away all tears City _____ 8 7 SOSO _
; so many so called religious sects day, August 10, and all Florida Riverside Lunch room in St. Blk Ward John Stewart n ?.._ I
9
I have I thee In the of fro.m your eyes? Answer, read- In "._ 1 7 B. T. ___
give ; name and churches which do not believenor Rev. 7:16 dairymen are urged to attend the Lucie building about July 4th. Loin 0 10 of BIle 10 In Ward

Jesus Christ of Narareth rise up teach those statements made 17. entire week' program. Rooms and Dade City W. H. Dlmery opened City __- ____ l 7 20 W. W. Ward ______

1 and walk. And he leaping up by Peter. The foundaUon of all Thy July IS meals, at very ''reasonable rates, plumbing and repair shop In Lot City a of Blk_.11___In___Ward_____ 87
keeper The Lord Is -- --- 10 Mrs Laura E. ._
} Stood, and walked, and entered thy will be Baxter 1 1Mrs.
furnished Lot
true Christianity la the fact that on the campus of building formerly occupied by Oaks 3 8 of Blk IS in Ward

with them Into the temple, walking Jesus was and is the son of God, keeper thy right; the hand.Lord is thy shade upon the University, and everything pos Grocery and Market Seventh Lot City 81k 11 In Ward S 7 SO W. W. Ward ___
Psalm
K' 121:5. ayof
and and God. :
leaping praising sible will be done to make the week <
and the Savior of mankind, and What street. s 7 SOSO Laura E. Baxter 1
happened immediately af Lot of Blk-13 In Ward

at the
The people were surprised educational
an and recreational
our advocate with God and (Jno. va Leesburg Local post office
l miracle, and gathered around Peter ter Jesus was baptized of John In City . .__________ I 7 W. W. Ward ___ i
cation.
3:18): ). "He that belleveth in him Is the Jordan building renovated.NOTICE Lot. 11 11 of Rib II In
r' and John. Peter ? Answer, read-Matt.
Then Ward
preached City _
I 7 20 firs.
Laura
not condemned., but he that be ? B. Baxter.
3:16
+ to the Christ. : 17. Lots S I of Blk 14 In Ward
L people concerning lleveth not Is condemned already." Notice City ________ a 7 20 _
At this our lesson for today July 18 la hereby given that the following dencrlbed lands will b. sold Lot W. W. Ward _
point "Now when they saw the boldness The at publlo auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 111, It being the 11 of Blk 14 In Ward
1 begin. *. "And. they spoke of Peter and John and Only Creator-In the begin- 3rd day of said month, before the Courthouse Door at Starke In Brad- Lot-City _ __-____ ci' 7 SO -- Mrs. L. F. Godwin _
1 1 of Elk -Vi ;
unto: the people, the priests, and perceived ning was the Word and the Word ford county, Statt)'of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary IK In
I that they were unlearnedand was with God and to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the same, together with City ___.--1 7 20 W. W Ward ___
: the captain of the temple, and the ignorant men, they marvelled: the Word was the cost of such sale and advertisingC. A. KNIGHT, Tax", Collector. Lot 7 of BflTinn Ward

i ; Saducees! came upon them. Being God. All things were made by him City __fiiik"ii' 7 SO Mrs. Laura E. Baiter -
and they took knowledge of them, -and without him Taxes Lots B a 1 9 10 11
A grieved that they taught the people that they bad been with Jesus." was not any Description ..... T. R. A. Owner I *. Cs x.cr: Ward City -_. 7 10 7. D. Baxter, Ouar. t
thing made
f: and preached through Jesus that was made.-John B of Blk fa-iii-w
Would! It not be glorious, if NWo* ?wu A of _
peo- 1:1,3.: 8 ___ 1 7 SO E. T. Stewart _
the resurrection from the dead"r ple watching our conduct and NJ V4 of 8Wy _____ 1 7 11 10 m B. Murhee _______ I.U8 W 60 Yft of Fracl Blk 17 In
The captain of the temple was What special directions for pray 8% of-NE'". -__..____13 7 11 10 John :J. Morgan __ n." Ward City I 7 10 Evelyn W. Rodgeri I
i in of the Jewishguard speech could say that we "had been er did.Jesus give In his sermons NID% of NB%. _IS 7 11 to.J. L. Matthews __ 11.111 Lol. IS 11 IS of Blk SO In
robably charge with Jesus?" Did you ever see a the on All SWH of SBU 8 Ward City _, _ ___?_ 1 7 20 Stewart A Mills ___ I
of the temple and enforced mountain? Answer read- Branch _ -----___11 8 SO SO E. A. A Mabel Bapp __ '.111 Lot. II 1 7 a of Blk 20 in .
who made
man or woman
the temple rule and kept order. think and say that he or she "has you Matt. 6:5-13.: NWU of liE'of" sm W%of. A public All BH roadA of Lot Ward 1 of City Blk_ _SI_In______ I 7 20 B. P. Oalney -__.. -1 I
--- Ward
--.
I, The Important men and priest-hood been with Jesus?" Most of us do mill All SWU" _of SE% N of City - ___"__"_____ 1 7 20 W. W. Ward ___
.,- of Judea were divided into two branch' -_______11 0 SO 70:1.: P. Cowling _____ 10.IC Lot J 6 11 of Bile 11
not act that way, but can we not BAPTIST All NEU of SBU B of MoKlnner In Ward
classes: Saducee. and Pharisees. Branch __.__II City I 7 20 R. P. Lewis -.--1 I
do something for him and to advance SO SO J. P. Brewer _____ 11.81 Lots 11 of Elk SS In Ward --
SE ofSEU- ___ ___IS 1 10 Lawrence
j The Saducees school -- 40 Wlsglna --lane <
were the politicians, Sunday 30 NW14 of N-w ..N 7 20 W. W. Ward __
hU cause? The lesson ends, a.. m. :Mr. 1 %. % Lo fltlaotBiijjw ;ci'
and friendly to the Roman., who Thomas 8w34 of NW%. ._ !_,, a 101GB. F. Renfroe __ _
"And beholding the man which our superintendent urgesus .- -_ S7.0S City - __"________ I 7 10 Mrs. Laura B. Baxter -- .
6 gave them the priestly po lUon.. to bring SWU of NWU lees Railway BE%. of NJ 4 A N% of SE'4 _
These Saducees denied the resurrection was healed standing with them, scholars. Hunt them right of way __-___14 a 10 81 O. W. Bappa ___ 17.54 Ex'" Ry right of W"J'' ____ I 7 SO 101 David Coleman '
they could say nothing against It." up and use your cars to bring them SBU of NBU A 1 1-. acresIn S' 0 f NE\4\ .. SIIII4 of

I. and were angry when Peter In. BE Cor ,of ?NEU of !IIW%._ - -----____10 7 SO ISO 71'. S. Fowler ____ II
and John proclaimed that Jesus NE* -"_ B14Cor SO 44 B. F. Renfroe _____ SO.OS NE14 of NW A Wt4 of '
WEEKLY Worship at NEU o fVBTO.x 1 STin NW
K SERMONETTE 11 a. m. No evening \ i % ex RT rl..lit of
had risen from the dead. services during July. A SIIJ'o.of. NBU Ex way _ ___--..._- .10 7 10 101 David Coleman ._ I
"And laid hand 'This' Do I A In .______.1I 10 71 B. A. A Mabel Sapp 1S.1S SE"- of _
r. r they on them. In Remembrance of Me I On Sunday afternoon at BWH 11 10 SE14 _ .10 7 SO 40)1. F. LawrenceWiggins
close of Townsend .
If -
preaching service at Klnglsey lake Yo'4ofB ',/, _____=II 10 ::8It.: } Edwards _-== II.:: I SW U of NE%, A NW14 of -- II
S of SWU of ____
SBU II 1 10 to Abram Kelley __ l.ll
church the ordinance of baptismwill N4 of SWI:!. of SBH" -___II 0 10 SO Hannah Williams _.__ >.S1 NW 81f'4!*i of- -SW- --<4-4-N34 of li 7 10 10 Empire Lumber Co. __ tl
ItfU
PIONEER OIL WELL TO BE take place at the lake. S N W1a of NEU NH *of WH SWU of A 8W)4 of SWtt 7 SO <0 T. D." Lltchfleld. __ II
8W orsWH or 8W--14 7 10 SO Unknown __ ___ II
NH of 8B T___-_-_-_IS 1 10 S40 Farmers A Dealers Bankll4? NE!: _
of
1t h ill N E34 ____
7 10 40 Lawrence
SEUof SWU __ IS SO 40 Lawrence Wiggins II." -- M. K II/
11 A In SEUof NBU Corn Wiggins ------
I AiETUODI8TSunday at Branch at Cor of Oliver NW' of SWU _ --__15 7 SO 40 David Coleman _
41 PRESERVED AS MEMORIAL land A run W .IO ft AU SBU: of NKU N of road-IS 7 10 ( M. F. A Lawrence .

fd : school 10:00: a. m. W 8 to to W.Ouller H. Oreen's Branch.land.N on S 10 A of SE% of SW% _IINBU 7 SO 10 Hutchinson Wiggins SDoe -Co.---- I

Preaching services 11:00: a. m., Branch to Branch of SE%. less B A_II 7 SO 14 David Coleman 11
:
,f J; and 8:00: p. m. thence up :rlt"r to Com at pt 711 1-1 ft W of
hag __ a 10 NE Cor of WHof NEVI A
--13 IS
Epworth ---" -- Lawrence Wiggins _ (..11SO
League Sunday 7:30 p. run W on Sea Line 711 ft
jj I A In SEH\ of NE1)'ln.\ 1 y thence
8
m. H mile
jjJ'I W of H mile poet 171 It thence
\ to a poet In Branch to B 711 ft thence N to beg.17 7 10 44 Mrs. H. J. Ward ,.-n'
place of beg thence W W 1.4 of SWU of NWU\ ___.7 7 SO SO 8. A. Foxworth __
CORINTH 8H of Lot. II less
CmjRCH tOO I A In
ft
'' N 700 ft B 400 ft SB Cor
B of RA that
thence
of
along
run
: -
> Branch portion of NH of lot 11 lye '

j0' H Preaching. Saturday 8:00: p. m. where po.t thence stands to.__beg._.11 1 ( Lawrence Wiggins ._ 1.11 ins- W of of Ry A ----_18 7 SO SO J. D. Baxter", _____ W
Sunday school Sunday, 9:30: a. m. Frao Blk 4 In New RI..rIn SWr, BU A SBU '01wlr
of
( of NBU of Sea SS swu
o After Sunday school Corinth A I'n of NWU ________14 1 SO Lawrence Wiggins 1.11 BE q a N\r\4
i J'' \' sacred singers will sing the follow- 71'rao k 1 New River InNBU m II A el \ Co.illaWi
x:!" EW of of 8eo SS A I of - --________ T SOSO SIS Hatehlnson Shoe
ng songs: Sometime When You W44 of NWU. __ __14 1 SO Lawrence Wiggins ._ 1.111 of NW% a NWI4 of tl
1i\ Hear[ the Trumpet Sound Seeking Lot. f 1 Bile I New River In -> 8W'4' _ __-- - It 7 10 L W. Sowell
the Lost, directed BU of NBU: of 5.028a NE* of NEW ex 1 A In NB it
by Floyd Crosby. WH of NWU, ________ 14 SO Lawrence Wiggins 1.78 Oor for school u It 7 10 11 Unknown --
'l Preaching: at 11:00: o'clock by the Lots a 10 11 IS of Blk aNew NWH of NW14 _________11 7 10 40 Unknown _ _ n8E
i1 pastor. River In BH of NEU: %, of NE% ex I A In NW
I of 8.o SI A WH of NWU.S4\ 1 SO Wiggins Bros _ 1.11 Coe a N'laof SB: 33 7 10 111 Mrs. & E. Thlgpea -
I r '1;' B. Y. P. U. Sunday nighUt 8:00: Lots 1 4 of Blk C New River W 0 f SIC'4 of oEl(k I"

o'clock. In BU of NEU of Bee. 8W14 ot SEy __.13 7 10 II.. L. Prescott ---- U
1.1W 11 A wU of NWttJ4 S SO Wiggins Bros. _ l.n oAt sEY -___23 7 10 10 Bank of Stark. -
W L S 1 4 11 ol Bllel0 E1\t-8E'A.; 01 Wa It
FKE8BYTERIAN New River In BH of NBU SW% _ _-__-__U 7 .0 II Bank of Starke -
""** of Seo 11 A WH of NWHS4Lots 3 SO Wiggins Bros. _ 16.11 Com at NW Cor of See SI A
T a of BUt 11 New Rlv2 run B 431 yds 8 440 yds
./;' Services Sunday July, as follows ' In BU of NKV4 of See W of 1 411. 'yds N 440 yds to pt
2* >> -11 A also
i corn at
: A WU of NWU > I SO Lawrence Wlgglas 1.78 NW Cor of See 1ft A
run
All Bile IS ex Lots Fll New
I,. 10 a. m. Sunday school J. :M. River In NBU of B 410 yds B 440 yds to apt
M Sea SI A E\Of NWU _14 1 SO Lawrence I of beg thence E 110yds
Trxrby, supt. Wiggins _ I.U 8 no :yds w 110

;. ... 11 a. m. 'Morning' worship,, sermon Lot.River 1 IS In E% of NBU IS New of N 180 Td" to'th* pt * gee

lr| B Drake well at TttnaTllls. by the pastor. See II A WH of NWU __ >4 I SO Wiggins Bros. _ 1.11 N-71% of A NBU'les- A ___II' SO iaa Wlg.lns A. Bmlth _
In Nil
ry ;JL .owns the Ant producing oil < 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor top Lot.. Blk 1 II 41171 New River* 10 1\\In lief BHo. : car for church _____.11 7 SO 71 Tr-maa A Dial ---r a
Cin Is to bepreserved WH
United States. of
la toe SWU\ of NEU A'
af' I BH M
or Bee WLots
"
for posterity. ic. "How" Far Can W :Follow Jesus Nlllrxf _-!U. SO Lawrence Wiggins .It." .f 8E%. ot NWU\ . ?.. 1 I SI 40 R. 8. Rosier I"
A Siov meat to flaane the) estahttslunsat - ? (Intended to show that the //41/10 II SH of NWU of SWU 1 1.11 SO W. H. Morgan -
of memorial reservation. Jesus way of living Is for all ages. of Blk 14 New River IBof.NB BH of NBU of NEU-A NSA
a 1C\4I '4 of See IS A of NW f >'4 of It
ound tie well, which was drilled Circumstances chang Principles WI4 of NWH __14 I SO Lawrence Wiggins __ .11.17 Cordon Griff" --- itr
J i years **> by Edwin L. Dndcs.recently ',J' do not change.) Leader Miss Ea-: Lot. I 1 10 11 IS of BUr II NSlli CarnUcbael === :t
K started by Pennsylwda : tell Kendrick. New River In BH of NBUot \ NE4" of __II I 11 40 J. D. Carmhshael -_
WH of NW ____ CarmlchaelII I
- : U _14
I
10 3. D.
: : 11
Beo II A of NWU-14 I SO
oil men.Eltaat.d 8 WH Lawrenoe Wiggins ___ I.S4 NE\4\ of NE:U of ll - _
,t x1i p. m. Evening worship, song Bile 14 ex'" Lot S New River NWU I 1* Horace it
close to the famous Oil i. W,Y and sermon. In BH of NBU ot See SIA W.H\ of WWH of NW\4\ ___Iii I II I* Mlsa DoraNorma Clar.< ---
Creek Us Drake well sits Is eroded ., . ;! WH of NWU '_14 I SO Lawrence Wiggins a.ia of NE" 01 NE431 I 11 10 Mlw Dora C1ar w&r.u:: 1-
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nrsrjr spring by. flood water. Tbs .' !,;\ ., \ Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 Lot S of BIle 11 New' RiverIn E15 SW\4 of 8W\4\ of\ NE or+BW'4 N of road IT I 11' 10 Mra H. C. S.
of : 80 II
BH NKH of
'+ reclamation project will provide for p. m. A WH of NWH ._ 14 1 SO Unknown .. ...j.---_.., '.11 a 1 A In NE Go, of 8E14
Th. Woman's will sWEsWiA4.x2A fI
, protection ot the) site againstEreshsts Auxiliary All Blfc. 17 11 1 .11 SS -
: f upkeep of the park sod Abe.-Many tMusaml. ** puma- meet Tuesday evening July 14th at I New RiveNKtt In my4 ofI for road _ IT I SS 11 R. R. Prevail -

'9 ," 1 Erection, nearby. of a museum for leg jacks Ilk* this. are .....ratineUireun 8 o'clock, with Mrs. H. H. Young.Mr. I NWU:: of_ _Sec_ :SI oVII W\4I or.14 t SO Lawrence Wiggins _ 14.41 AU ot NWU.430i-A of In SB sW* car S of ill Call It w

'y, ; U 1 Mies of the early oO days .-t the s>.ii..syrv-la grade C. N. Christy will give an account I Lots 4 i of Blk :S4 New Rlv. bl" ft -______23 a SS S >EL D. Car. ___
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i f Eleven wells within a few heal all lUlrfa today. ..1___....... ot the General er In BH. of NEH of! Com on N line of NWH of
Presbyterian
I 20 A WH. of NWU\ .Z4 s SO -II. BEU oa B side of Church
fired feet of the Drake well are marking sit. .f Drain well wakh. A. A Mabel Bapp .-- '.n
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Assembly which be recently at A run 8 on said st 171
Lots S 1 of Blk 14 New River -
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producing oil today. na atccom.lmris epensel snnsylvanla ftE310fiN170ttW310 II
tended Pittsburgh lira Lowry la BH of NBH\ of Bee _
r illustration 00 year ago. II A WK of NWU, --.34 0 SO Lawrence Wiggins __ set ft to beg __ II a SS E. H. BmltliI
thshowsan will give a of the YouncPeople' fewJtlr.e tl! of
dt jack oa ODe ot report All Blk IS .. Lot DES40o off cor of
v NW A. SBU of
of NB of
Conference at New In EH
LP ,ek is a mscanlealpwnpus :- Smytff a IC / :>;r1 LAwfenc'e Wlggtns .' tilt NBU A run B 10 ft sVlOl _IIl'lflA'tP,1iit&
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App JUhY 10.10S* Dll.AJWOBD cotnmr: nxjcoitApn.!: BTARKK. FLORIDA ..___ PAGBTmum'
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event In the Uves of these picturesque :

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Indians. Word that the year- Conv IHJIOltltuH3 /L. !! *

1I ly rite has been started was eh

I brought to Fort Myers by W. Stan ,
ley Hanson, who has served at ...,.,..,.,.,1"1---. --. w aseslvot A

STATE NEWS'TOLD | "white medlcjne& man" for the
t LIVE Seminoles for the past twenty

years and who no doubt knows Your ThroatWith

t more these about Indians the than life any and white habits man of D n't Rasp

BY OUR EXCHANGES living. I
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L- -1 1iT .._._...... L" -,-,_....._,... 0 Quincy-A party of Quincy fish-

Plans for erec-I the regular one-way fare is not ermen, five in number report some Harsh
Beach-
ytona here for Batof more than $5.40 and will be offered of the best fishing of the year in
a new armory Artillery. will each Sunday until October 25.Apalachlcola Liberty county the first of the
COlUlt Guard week. Fishing In Kennedy creek
11 ;red bY a National ; 69 miles by the speedometer from
-A carload of fan-
mtttee Quincy they caught fish until they
cy white tupelo honey was shipped .
/ were tired of fishing and after Irritants
pageatI'attract by Apalachicola honey producers ,
naacola A beauty each had caught the limit 40 they I
contestants from and another carload of the
called It a day. The fish of
were
1,i will the South will be delicacy Is being prepared under I <.,
parts!, Of an unusually large size and were
y government inspection for immedIate -
to AugustBounced
Beach I
D acola I reported to bite as fast aa the hook
a5 at the chamber shipment. The flow of tupelo was thrown Into the water. One
Reach for
meeting. honey is especially copious this season a.
lerce board of the fishermen is reported to
producers state and as thereis
have remarked that he had often
Graham I* always a great demand for the instead
Myers-Mrs. become tired of fishing but never LUCKY
a I'n claimed a record for the product the output will be easily before had he tired of catching ,
I Lt jewfish caught on a light sold. them
Itx; If she landed a monster #
lelng 237 pounds while fishing Madison-A wind storm near Branford Local officers today Adam and Evo In the Garden of

u : Pass. Mrs. Wilson here on Monday caused consider- continued their search for three y
Capttva \ \\ \ Edon-A story wo have all heard slnco child
n ell weighs only 138 pounds. able damage. A large tobacco barn bandits who yesterday afternoon \
u of the Cherry Lake Tobacco caIDpany took: $3,000 from the Branford : \a\' hood- Consider your Adam's Apple-the

Beach-T, V. O'Conner was destroyed and another State Bank after locking two of- .
slII \ \ \\ possession of each of or woman -
\ \ one us, man
the Mi- k\ \
li of the board of damaged. Several small houses ficials to the vault before making \
1 1 Jockey club, announcedLht blown down at the Prescott plan- their escape. The robbers are be- >s"' \";:,\ j Z '\ your volco box-containing your vocal a,

the new racing plant there tation. At this place several pecan lieved to have been three men who ;'
chords-your larynx-Don't rasp your ,:
rr Ed be built immediately ad- trees were badly broken fences have loitered In this vicinity for
iIIg the 79th street causeway blown flat the dwelling damaged several das. Fred Phillips, cash- \ throat with harsh Irritants-Reach for aLUCKY r, l

Jung Miami and Miami considerably and a tobacco ware- ier of the state bank had antIci-, : Instead-Be careful In your choice
ch at a coat of $2,000,000. house blown down. pated a robbery and had preparedfor
Just such a possibility as occurred -i of cigarettes.
Luntfltown No better prooft Bristol Infractions of the fish yesterday. Phillips had a
Remember LUCKY STRIKE Is the only
.trawberrles can be success- laws got several Cadsden county hammer chisel and other tools hid ,
6 Iv culUvated In West Florida can men into trouble here Thursday.One den in the vault With these he cigarette In America that through Its exclusive
given than the fact that ,the man was fined $40 for havingan managed to liberate himself and his "TOASTING" i
Procoss certain
Duo County Strawberry Grow- undersized black bass, which companion within half an hour and, expels
f/mwctouon has recently closed lacked half an Inch coming up to spread the alarm.Macclenny harsh Irritants present In all raw tobaccos. H
Inrst season with most pleasing specification fixed by law. An-
Those Irritants ; i i'to
m. other man had no license In Liberty The state road department expelled aro manu-

county and a third man was started a few days ago facturers of chemical compounds. They,are
eDBIIcola-For the first time In using another's license. Deputy on the work of hardsurfaclng state
not In LUCKY STRIKE. AndO
llu. It Is now possible to go Loris Schuler did the arresting and road No.1. known aa the Lake '. present your
motor boat from Fort McRae, the Judge fined both men. City road through Macclenny.I we say "Consider your Adam's Appie.** 7s.
the entrance of Pensacola Harto Through the limits of the town the:

Perdldo Bay, by Virtue of DeFuniak Springs Pete Posey, road will be hardsurfaced between. ..
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( completion of that section of veteran Texas oil well driller, has the: highway and sidewalk curbing.] ;.;:; : \ 0
i Mobil and Pensacola Inlandterway. put the local test well dora to a The surfacing will be laid on top i :
The dredge Texas enId depth of 2,040 feet, and says that of lime rock. This will give a fine, % :
Perdldo Bay Sunday. everything is moving along peace- boulevard through Macclenny with :
fully at the rate of about 25 feet plenty of parking apace. The !
nvllle Of the approxi- of new hole each day. A numberof growth of this town since road No. : k
(tely 600 vessels making Jack- south Florida men visited the 1 was built through It baa been
vile a port of call during the wildcat this week and local citi- wonderful. Electric lights have I,
jt ball of the year 222 were dl- zens are keeping a wary eye on been installed new stores and
:fly engaged In foreign trade or the location. homes have ben built new sidewalks -: \-
iied goods in bond consigned to have ben laid and now Mac-. 1 ; ,' \ I I914Y.
I from foreign countries accord- Fort Meade -- While Graceville clenny is considering the early establishment -
j to records of the United States claims to be the watermelon canter of a waterworks and
i office.TwpaLocal. of the state and Plant City the sewerage system.
strawberry center. Fort Meade -
[ cigar manufac- wants it distinctly understoodthat MIami-Paddling a canoe for
ipald the federal government city is In the front ranks as only a few miles Is a weary Job
023 for revenue stamps' a green corn shipping center. 30 for some,' but when one attempts
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!lie fiscal year ending toy cars a week has been the average to navigate a canoe for hundredsof t' YG1W; WS 11ia.115 LLIbyY. / d?

I Jle revenue stamps were used since the corn shipping season miles the Job becomes a feat.
i bores holding 445,034,875 clg- opened and over a hundred cars Charles Planlnschek and Frank "
i made during the period. The will be sent on before the. season O'Grady arrived In Miami the other :5- rt
1 average was 1,219,246 cigars closes. day enroute to Cuba from Can- 6fit"s toasted
oduced and $5,749.32 paid for ada In an 18-foot canoe. They 1 e
ue) stamps. Fort Myers The seasonal record were accompanied by Planln-
-- for tarpon Jumped to 433 as schek's two children Inea and Tony N iN

[Hollywood_An unusual suit was 7 r more silver kings were reportedto and four Eskimo dogs. They told Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays
ed In the Broward circuit court. Captain E. L. Evans keeper of the Miami Herald they had started
e United States of America androxImately the official register. This Includedone near the Arctic Circle to 1929 and Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies L"3u.ed.
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3,000 corporations by Captain Evans himself who paddled their canoe through Ca- Your Throat Protection-against .w. M
I Individuals are named as de- went out yesterday Just to show nadian waterways to the Great : Irritation-against cough
U in foreclosure proceedings that he still merits the title "deanof Lakes. They followed the Mississippi -I
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toted by the Hollywood LandIIIp&DY. fishermen." Captain Evans' fish to the Gulf and thence to the. - ---- .a-- I
Inc., affecting land ly- weighed 100 pounds and bringshis East Coast of Florida. They are are. They are popularly supposed result of this study it appear that to know what their enemies are thousands are homeless and hungry i+
e tn the northwest section of season's total to five. He got going to follow the route of the to bring off two or even three the quail are very fortunate to and bow to control them. to the cities, the farmer find htm- "

a9ywood two other strikes but they "got East Coast railroad to Key West broods per year It Is true.and It bring off even one brood consider ,'The losses caused by bird mammal sell with a roof over his head and :
away."" Frank Kibble was guide., and then paddle across to Cuba., must be admitted that several ing the danger among which they reptile and other quail enemies with something to eat These ordinary r'!:
DeLand Finger-prints on the things superficially point that way, live and that second brood are and by the element, disease and necessities of life now take ;q 1
'ids of the lid of the Volusla Pensacola Toll collections at Callahan-A farm bom that is which however have an entirely seldom If ever attempted if the, so forth will be discussed In fur on a significance not commonly acknowledged '}

17 Jury box may serve as a Lillian bridge have averaged more entitled to rank aa one of the real different explanation.There first survive for the rearing: of ther article of the series. Some I in time of plenty. ,:!r:
to the culprit who sometime than $79.60 a day or the equivalentof show places of Nassau county as I Is no question about their one brood successfully seems to of these losses, such a* those They provide physical comfort V("
g the past week pilfered the $29,054 a year since the bridgewas well as being a practical demonstration egg producing capacity for captive completely satisfy their nesting- caused by floods, storm and other peace of mind and the 'good wilt :.
a of the list of Jurors recently opened to traffic June 4, compilation of the wonderful possibilities quail ben have laid well over a stincts.A elemental cause must be accepted which must underlie real happi-
WwwJ invalid by Florida state"pwnw of figures In Circuit Clerk of Its soil baa been built up hundred egg during a single season the average set of egg lathe a* inevitable while other, such as nes*. From this bodily ease and is 1'1'\,'.
court. Sheriff S. E. Stone Langley Belts office revealed. Collections by D. H. Petree, a short distanceout I (the record last year wa 139 wild proved to be between 14 those caused by half-wild bouse mental calm arises a constructivehabit \1'
taken custody of the box and have far surpassed expectation of Callahan. Mr. Petree hasan on the White Oak Quail Farm at and fifteen and the average hatch cat or famished cur dog thatrange of thought and a lightness of '''-
M fingerprints will be developed, of county officials to date i attractive and comfortable Richmond Virginia and a south about 86 per cent It i* evident that the game field without restraint spirit which favor'Individual *uccs ,h.
"wan stated at the courthouse. and if the traffic over the new home amid truly beautiful surroundings Georgia hen was not far behind approximately twelve chick tart can and must be, controlled and community well-being. 1 I:
bridge holds up there will not be and bas made his smal with 136), and the studies of the out into the world with the aver If quail and other attractive Men ''reared under the auspicious.
Mclntosh-Home; and businesspwtructlon the remotest possibility of a tax farm of 12 acres whlcb be works Cooperative Quail Investigation age successful pair.It bird are to thrive.' condition of sufficient nourishment i
baa taken an upward levy to meet payments on the entirely with hand Implements, a how that the quail to the wild may Is only necessary, of course to I. and comfortable sleep, enjoy. :"C
pit in pretty McIntosh, Marlon $160,000 In bonds expended for the practical agricultural laboratorywith lay one set after another from May maintain a stationary population FARMER IS FORTUNATE ed as the result of their having; ('f
ty. with the pretty and consent bridge. a great variety of fruits, vege- until September to their effort to that a pair be present each springto COMPARED WITH THOSEIN earned them, are fortunate. Thee 'P't,
reslence of W. H. Dan- tables and other products. He bring off a brood if the first BestIng replace a breeding pair of the OTHER OCCUPATIONS last few month have perhapabrought 11,
Bearing completion on the Winter Haven The. Winter also operates a larger farm us- attempts fall due to egg eating preceding spring; It make no difference that fact home to a large "if:
tIa Bide of town two other Haven postofflce officially returned ing modern farm implements In natural enemies, or to Inclement whether this pair be old (By Spud Johnson.) f&:percentage ,of our population." 'i
IDea are of first class of- Its cultivation. Mr. Petree weather conditions. bird that have survived the e f
now ready for the beMalng to the status a gets manydangers There ar* those who tell u. that ;
of construction and much fice under the United States post- four crop a year from his small, Believers to second or third to which they are exposed, this thing and that thing must be Tampa .... Hlllsborough avenue f;
'pair and addition work 1* in office department the only one band-worked farm. He has a broods point out the long nesting or young entering their first nest.ing done If a&'r1cu1ture0 survive. from Nebraska avenue to river to''
Irees- In Florida to be elevated that home canning and preserving out- season and the frequency of youngor season. In other words only However the editor of New Jersey be paved. 'I
rank from second class at the be- fit and cultivated blueberries Is two or three different size In enough of the thousand of young Agriculture. in a thoughtful mood, ;;"
De1.and-A a hearing In circuit ginning of the new fiscal year. It among his variety of product One the late summer coveys as proof of quail batched each year need to take Issue with them and remind Palm' Beach Extensive alteration q'
QQft Postmaster a Is all their contention while as a matterof survive to the old birds in facilities .of present i'
..._chambers, Judge M.: G. Rowe was announced by crop year a northern farmer replace u. that agriculture* fundamental
f"IW of the seventh judicial sir Fred E HalL To obtain the first can expect on land above VIr- fact the season 1* long due to that meet death from various lie say that agriculture I* boundto Breakera-Potociana bathing beach.? N
hilt, ruled that the last list of Jur- class rank a postoffice must doa ginia. the destruction of early nesting attempts cause; all the rest can be shot survive unless chemistry i* finds planned..
r* .. drawn by the county com- business of $40,000 a year and and the different sized killed by natural enemies or accident I. a way of producing all our foods ,Jacksonville Grounds surrounding
Fwtoners was Invalid. This action the local office reached a total ofincrease QUAIL INCREASE VERSUS young the result of the normal ., and so forth without perm synthetically or unless we returnto ,Spring Glen ;Methodist

FJf, taken as a result of the thane $' .810. or more than 21 percent QUAIL MORTALITY banding together of the IUrvlvlDl'YOUD& anently effecting the level of quail the primitive state and live off church being;equipped with light.ing .
T some time ago that the box over the fiscal year 192930. : from the hatches of differ- abundance. If the quail to your the berries, birds' eggs, etc.,. we fixture
Pining this list of Jurors had No one can have an Intelligent ent pair as they com together In neighborhood are declining to numbers can gather from the wild. .Otherwise Dade City-R. B. Pierce opened
opened and most of the names understanding of the quail, or partridge their wandering. This I* perfectly while both food supply and humanity must have agricul People' Exchange and Repair in '
11IIOYed. :Miami Summer building con. and Its place in nature's clear to anyone who know the cover.remain favorable it I* evident ture. Ellsworth building Meridian ave
tinuea at a most gratifying pace In scheme upon which to base effective length of the incubation period that too many in the aggregate Speaking further In a sensible nue.
kIuIgan..J; Garrett, the effi- pretty :Miami Beach and new contracts measure to increase the num- ((23 days) and Just bow fast young are being killed, while If the veto tho editor says: 'West Palm Beach Chrysler
e t L. N- railway agent at for construction are being bers of these splendid PIne birds, quail grow, for the ag difference contrary be true It may be safely "Of course there I* something Agency moved to former Qrabam- i
can, m1Pt d' a solid carload let almost dally. A permit was without some knowledge of the represented to such combinationcoveys assumed that the various causes of wrong to agriculture. in every- Palge building on south Dixie highway
r, bogey from MUligan. Mr Gar- issued the, other day for a new cause contributing to the normal are usually considerably lessthan quail mortality are not fully absorbing thing elM man baa to manage. But ,
'Pu says that the car contained apartment building to be erectedfor lei of eggs and growing youngduring the, Incubation period alone. the annual Increase. For let us get off on the right foot by
t <> Pounds of honey and that William F, Whitman at Collins the summer months and of The fact that the cock or ben frequently these reason people Interested in I not borrowing trouble. In general,
'U an Twentythirdand the adult birds throughout the In charge of ayaun& the quail of their farm should I
made right here In Oka- Avenue between appear crop let u* give attention to the detail, COFFINS & CASKETS I
Foun- A question asked frequently brood alone be likewise watch the stock their
county and that the apiary Thirty-fourth streets. year. more may on ground letting the grand principle 'work
.IeIon. p to D. B. Ellle. The honey dation work for the structure Is than any other perhaps cited a* proof that the cock and closely, for it I* no more possible themselves out. W* shall have a And a Fun ZJa. of x'
IhIppecJ to a firm in etnc1.nOhIo. already under way and the apartment when quail are under discussion li hen each rear .& brood when the to raise a crop of quail without an bard time laying aside some four Undertaker +
IItI, will be completed In time "what become of the surplus?" condition observed may be due to ample breeding stock than to raise new-found economic theories, Supplies F

for occupancy in the fallIt will For those with some knowledge ol! I the activities of the observer cat a crop of cotton or corn without but the resolve to tend to the task AUTOMOBILE HEAKSB

Jadtaoaritle_In order \0 sUmIate cost $110,000 and will,be modernin the quail' breeding potential and I which has caught and killed one or seed. Likewise there I 18 no more in hand should help. Improvement Always .. H.... TIle ....
additional passenger business every particular. a taste for mathematic are mystified ; I the other of the parent quail during logical and effective method of Increasing in agriculture In general, a* In -... mt tae l.wMrt erl..., 44
the summer the Florida as to why these toothsome the course of its nightly prowl. quail in favorable quail other occupation depend any Improvements ......, ......... <. e.a.evaab
Ist eo. railway baa.placed In Fort Myers: Deep In the, FlorIda birds do not soon .overpopulate I The quail investigation made a country than to assure the bird a in details. Industry upon ......
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ect Semtoole Indians the earth. While quail are rightly I special study of the matter of natural measure of protection from their sanity, and thrift RrOISTBRBDDEWITT rMDALKRR r
Everglades. are
rate
of
more
I r0jmately 1.conk ha;,.mOe. ,The apoPte1at are holding their ,annual "Shot- .considered to be prolific creatures. i. increase of the quail in the most destructive natural enemies to bring well Improvement likely than C. JONES
Corn Dance i It may be well before going further wild studying the history of over thus throwing the balance to their .
trip Green are
fare complaining and
or
beo.tatJoDa ca-taw .
-tela applies than a hundred to see Just bow prolific they really six hundred nest to detail. A* a favor.. To do this It I* necessary 'Despita theorizing.the ...A..... FLORIDAJ '
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transacting business In Starke pieta satisfaction. There are !59,968 farms In Florida (sheriff eencrti ur:*-':'-:

Monday.Our according to the 1930 census. Clerk: Circuit Court, !ItI.Inlf ;.
tlrd.
ball the Red Rangers, all These farms contain a total of 5,w and Iron oral '
with Play -
school opened Monday .. *
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lIOcigyf Do You Knowe of Jacksonville 200,257 acres, and the land ,and work
-> :- Mrs Floy Sullivan as teacher with colored baseball team Ex"en".. ot elt 'li It
and buildings thereon are valued at over + Indexing .. !
an enrollment of twenty-eight and, were here last Sunday I.,
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taq r Arrlid, r?) more still to enter. met our Raiford Lions all colored, 426 million dollars. K rye,for 5and eont, ,,? 11ah..rr \,,
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r yt Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and In one of the most exciting baseball I 0,0d putt.ltu.. yy

i tiVAINWRIGHT-%V00DS daughters, Misses Rhoda and Ruth games of the season;*results, 0-4 in Plant City-Plant City Seed Co.. ,County bills In Jude criminal,\ c', ,, .....

motored to Eartton Beach Sane favor of our Lions. There were opened on corner of Evers and criminal case. .

' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wood day and there they were joined bya plenty of yells, and cheers, of South Drane streets. County fee and .IarY ,
1' pronemliii
announce the marriage of their party of friends from Waldo and thousands of spectaora while the Brooksvllle J. S. Evans plans conviction! / fey 'v ilku

daughter had a moat eunjoyable time bathIng game was going on. The state farm opening grocery and market on; Bailiff on criminal pay fr. Ii, 'r'' I Ill!

,, y Grace. Alma and plcnlcing on beautiful orchestra, all colored, rendered North Main street. Witness fee* -our, lk\!,

to Earlton Beach. their usual Sunday afternoon open Hollywood Florida Plastic Art Sheriff. comm, let
:Newnan David Walnwrlght, Jr. e ? tines, etc. i3ll< .
!t.d
4 Messrs. S. E. Triest and< F. M. air concert. Corporation incorporated for $10- Feuding' prisoner 111

i t June 25th 1931 Murphy were business vapors to 000, plans erection of large plant. Pay of _Juror |h, .1 \''."..
:. .1 Gainesville, Florida. 25th: at the home of 05555 "
H 32 ttJ Mr? ? Jacksonville Tuesday. One June Tallahassee Contracts aggre- Ouard at jail 611
1' ', ' MISCELI.ANEOUS SnOWEUIron s.N A large number of our young pea Mr.' and Mrs Leighton Conner, gating $144,258: awarded by state. Keeerved for con t"", ? .kARrlerbt5r51

1, i MISS JMSNNETT t,.. MFz. ; 11,,+ ttar ltt u&Cndl ple enjoyed a watermelon cuttingat Mr. Frazier Shaw, guard at the highway department recently. Home dernon"t'afl., .'u"-'

< ngr $ d SakLIkOFS the home of Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. farm, and Miss Anna Mae Conner Srhnlarshlp Florida .t'nlv"' of'; '
Dodd of Friday were united In matrimony, Rev. NOTICE] .
.ntysw Keystone Heights
A delightful affair of Friday afternoon eNhM1, tiVldow's
( P..nol" Fendlk
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Mr. and Mrs.Petersburg --.-- ,
Jones, officiating Allowance
t : I night. A large crowd was made ti, ",
: miscellaneous
0.. .r t ts was the Trntpornrr tuI..t for Flees. YmrHrKlnlmr .
of.ul7VaWta Shaw went to st. on of
I and had
.q present a nice time was age-----.
t shower given by Mrs. William Do- October 1, Wit Hud KInw ....
a brow, Mian Elizabeth Kendrick. by all. their honeymoon. Upon their return H.|>.vmbrr :10.; 1O3., IlrndfunlCount DAIIou'Fr; ". lilt
r here Mr and Mrs. Shaw were r l''lorld, Interest
Mr.
' and :Mra. Jim Bu.try of Or- ':; If
:Mre. W It Hart, and Mills Grace Oenrral fund warrants addle
i '. Wood at the home of Mrs Hart In lando, were guests (If Mr. and Mrs. received with the congratulations Salary of Clerk of Circuit Payment of on ,, 111
q"" t, u ,. Tom Wallace lost week. and good wishes of all who know Court us County Auditor & warrant, add It!..
I honor of Mian GU3sle Mae Bennett, Cleric to Commlxxlonerq $1500.00 tFtl.p
.who Is soon to be married Mr. A. L. Sullivan was a visitorto them. Pr Dlcm and mileage of I Total _.
''i : t d Starke Monday. county; commlalonera. __- 710.00 o"'Bndln/l&' / l ; ,
The gueats were entertained on ; Pay of she rlft for attendance For paying duin.. ndebtedny'
a.
the porch, which was effectively d + )pfldf4stYtAhlit3 Last Sunday morning's church on county ocmmt ..loller,,_ SO,00 fitted and nunni4' "L5 ,
services 'were conducted our 1/: /
by
Attorney for county comrni
j decorated for the occa dun. A color i GETS SCHOOL MONEY chaplain, Rev. N. B. Plummer, whoas .loner* ", ____________ 80.00
air, scheme of ;
green and orange was Suporvinor tit rnprUtratlon __ 240.00
carried out In the decorations and 08 i tsg I 'I' f t1t1 '1iD usual gave us a very Interesting HepnlrM to County buildln8| -
Distribution of fltate Fund. In June :
( talk, which was well received. Court, .. .. _..., 100.00 DR. n. w. BLVKTD
ill.. refreshments. Gives This County $2,129.03: house ..r_ ,._ CO.OO
ar. First the guests were asked to {y lyanjt Ex DENTIST
Last Sunday! evening's church Janitor------:
write their advice to the bride In "
Tallahassee B. Hillsbor-
July 480.00 Phono 83
the bride's l; bO >k. Then there were services were conducted by the Sal- lK-lit. fuel and water ____ .460.00 Hours: 9 to s
i two contests, the winners of which ough county, receiving $34,169.90 vation Army of the Jacksonville Innurance .,___ _____-- 100.00 Over Corpening's Drug Star
topped Florida's 67 counties in Furniture .and Fixtures
t r eJ, ,n Sv ..tEr territory. Captain B. P. Dlngman ______ :
A were; Miss Gusalo Mae Dennett amounts received from the state Jolt ________ 100.00
who was In charge, based his talk Court Ifnuae! _ ____ .._ 00.00
and Mrs S P. Vandlviere. ?
public school funds\ for June. The services Incidentals _ __________ BOO.00
: A basket was then handed Alias 1 on problems of life. Allowance to <-
out-
The total for the entire state, pauper I -
d, j Bennett and ehe was told to ., T ended with some good singing and side of poor house ___...,.._ 1 Son..00
go 'v tY distributed this week on a boats of Coroner' In'luut.| _ ___ 450.00
fine music.
to the wood-pile and get the pieces average daily school attendance on liioHnlty imiuirl. etc. .?-- CO.00 It E. 1AGKRGREX
of wood she liked the best. There June 3 Stationery and Printing: .
was J331.523.51.Amounts .
Bhe found a collection of lovely( distributed to each The usual large Sunday crowd' General etc. _stationery_ -______,_-blank______,j: .150.00 Surveying-Leveling
y7; gifts.\ made its usual appearance on the Record books _ _____ 800,00 l
Alachua ? MappingStarke
county were $7,937.21)
t The surprise of the party came THAT 'In 1775 the American under General Montgomery captured ; Turnpike, the majority, visiting Advertising required by
when each Chambly on the Richelieu River 'In Quebeo end that Inside Baker $1,484.45; Bay 3061.60; relatives and friends here. law and paid by corn .__ 250.00 FloridaCARL'S
guest was given seal Communion
a
f1' the ground are burled I number of American soldiers who died during Bradford $2,129.95; Brevard $3,-> Tax: . paid_ _to_officer
ed envelope, which when opened The Librarian. assessor _______ 2000.00
'''r the period of occupation and Central John Thomas, an American 414.62; Broward $3,600.04; Calhoun _Tux "coiinctivr ? ifinoon/
revealed a miniature life Insurance, surgeon who pave his life caring for patients stricken with smallpox J2.081.90I: Charlotte $848.08; ,",,- .--.- .
;. ,r u policy containing the following:: during 17rB-tr70r The Saranao Chapter of the Daughter of the Citrus $1.367.95; Clay 1419.31, ; NOTICE --- -- -

k{' J' "Lire roiicy American Revolution have erected I tablet to Montgomery within the Collier\ $43093: Columbia $4,031.-/ -
A Policy Holder-Newnan D. Wain. fort, the gate cf whlh la shown In the above photograph. 23 Dade $28,265.92: DeSoto $2- All parties holding keys to

wright, Jr., :361.34; Dixie $1,094.83; Duval $30- safety deposit boxes of Bradford I CASH CORNERIn

yR' Beneficiary-Grace Wood Weeks' cotage on KIngiley lake in visited Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore 687.17; Escambia $12,773.78; Flag- County Bonk are requested to remove -

Amount of Policy-.All his wordly honor of her house guest Miss Martha Thursday.Mrs. ler $588.26Franklin/ $1,002.35) ; contents o( box' and return i S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot
goods keys before August 1, 1031.JO3. .
r Gadsden 6742.03;' Cilchrlst $893-,
J. J.
Hague of Alachua. Humphrey and chin
Swimming,
p? Date-June 26, 1031; 17; Glades $489.80 Cult' E. WILSON, Phone 45 .
: ;; $60228. Starke Fla.
dren Milton and {We
Joyce! Deliver
4 I'lace'Gainesville, Fla. dancing and bridge were enjoyedby were guests Liquidator Bradford County Bank. ,
of Mr Hamilton 2209.76; Hardee $2,-
A delicious salad course was then the guests throughout the eve- and Mrs. R. :M. Hersey Sunday 963.80 7104t.
; Hendry $602.09; Hernando
served by the hostesses to the following ning. At a late hour the hostess .
guests: Miss Quanta Mae assisted by her mother. Mrs. J. :M. Mr. and Mrs. E. 1C Powell and I. $1,297.80; Highlands 2327.62, ; It doesn't matter whether the old

Bennett, Miss Estelle Kendrick, Brownlee and aunts, Mrs. Jos. E. little daughters, Doris' and Betty $3,27857 Hlllsborough, Indian$34,169.90 River ; Holmes hen sets or sits, but It matters lots SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
; 1904.10
t. Miss Lolsolle Turner, Miss Lucille Wilson and Mrs. S. T. Dell, serveda Lou, arrived here Saturday on their( Jackson $3,57.48 Jefferson ; whether she lays or lies. Start ,

I Mitchell, :Mrs. Geo. White, ]Mrs. tempting salad course. way back to their home in Everglades 971.06 ; $3- early and cull out the loafers.Your .

4 George Lowry, Mrs G. 11. Bennett, Those present with the hostess after a visit to Beaufort, $5,26009; Lafayette Lee 1033.48; Lake SATURDAY and MONDAY
$3,57520 Leon
$5,-
;
,t Mrs. S.. P. Vandlviere, Mrs. CalUs and honoree- were: Misses Hope S.C.Mr i 634.64; Levy $3,026.52 ,

Manning, Mrs. Clayton Strickland, and Georgia IJaynes, Lois Long, and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and: $939.53( ; Madison 4328.08; ;Liberty Mana- PJTlll>
:Mrs. Wm. Itonallnd Lillian Sternberg, Dorothy Rltch little fntiPl'iJ
Mundy, Miss daughter, Ruth Laverne, are tee $5,575.43: ; Marlon $7,540: ; Mar-
'' Jacobs and Miss Faye Safer of Cleo Shepard, Melba and Thelma visiting Mr Slbley's Mr. 2 Ibs. LARD Compound
parents, tin $1,013.43; Monroe $2,400.37; !tff@rR ;!i 19c
, Jacksonville Silcox, Lois Adkins, Williams )
; u'd' I Margaret and :Mrs. L. G. Sibley of Florahome. Nassau $2,065.70.Okalooaa : .
Mary Pearce, Murlo Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Thrower and

r METHODIST MISSIONARY Towle Olive Dell of Gainesville Elizabeth children of St. Augustine, Mrs. A. $870.63; Oronge$2,713.37$10,565.27; Okeechobee: ; Os- Octagon ''Soap and Powder, 8 pks. 25c
of Jacksonville
; Messrs. Tom O. Thrower
of
CIRCLES Jacksonville, Mrs ceola $$2,415.21 Palm Beach
p MEET $10-
Williams, Buck Klckllter, James S.
S. Paul of Miami, Mr. Knox
232.05; Pasco 2402.81 Pinellaa
Members of- Richard Wainwright, Eldredg Thrower of New York, and Mr. and $13,387.15; Polk $$18,329.51; Putnam ttr t Palmolive Soap, 4 bars _*..______ 27e2J I
the Harriet Peek '
Robinson Jinunle Miller
GrahamCausey
Mra. _
C. B. Varnes
and little son of r ,
$4.110.11.St ( -
e Circle
and the Noble White Circle
Milton
Brownlee
Jr., Dr Jacksonville
met In the church Monday after- J. W. I' were dinner guests of Johns '$3,776.89; St. Lucie Ibs. Great
Brownlee
Daley Jones of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler July 4th. I Western Flour guaranteed 70c
$1,802.64
for ; Santa Rosa $3,935.98
noon the ;
regular monthly Gainesville and Dr. II. S. Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dikes and Sarasota .r -
$2,574.30 Seminole
.
jnoethig.Mra. of Sanford. ; $4,-

Arthur Wood, one of the "iBAPTIST guests children of of Mr Keystone and Mrs.Heights Jake were Car- 261.68;; Sumter 3042.81; Suwan- I IPlf1JUP 24 Ibs. Mutiny suckle Flour,,' guaranteed 63c
circle leaders had charge of the nee $1,378.10; Taylor 2618.21; II

program, and led in the devotional. W. BI. S. atensen. Sunday.Mr. I Union $1,518.27: ; Volusla $9,923.89; I . I
CIRCLES!: TO MEET and Mrs Sam Jordan and I Wakulla $2,008.08 Walton 5 ROLLS
This ,was followed In prayer by Mr. and Mrs. John ;; $3- WALDORF TOILET PAPER 2ic
Jordan of Mc-
Mrs W. F. Jones. The : 623.83; and Washington $3,159.31. :
subject
1i1 ai for the afternoon was: "Forestall' Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. Rae were visitors -.It the'home of ,
M B. will meet with its leader Mra. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell Saturday RAIFORD STATE FARM 10 pounds -
;A: lug Future Illiteracy." Those taking .POTATOES ___ ISc I
J. M. Brownlee at Weeks' BULLETINThe \
part on the program were: cottageat Business I
Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
rb Mrs J. W. White, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Klngsley Lake Monday after- Brown and I

Mrs W. G. hails and :Miss noon at 3:30: o'clock. were little eon, Emery,' of Hampton, Fourth of July was spent I II PACKAGES JELLO ____ 21c
Amelia; Ray guests of Mr; and Mrs. A. rather qultely Here, 'W!< Was a day I II I '

.- L. Sullivan Sunday afternoon: of rest The morning was occupied I *. I

1 MRS.; 'T. n. MASS1EENTERTAINS Mr. and Mrs. E. JC Powell and with boxing exhibitions. At noon LA TOURAINE COFFEE, lb.. can _ 27c i

+ THERESSA little daughters, Doris and Betty over 16CO people went into the FLORIDA i I

Mrs A. I..' ..111...... c.... Lou, and little Miss Evelyn Young mess hall and enjoyed a good din I ,,

Colorful garden flowers were' blood visited''' Mr. 'and Mrs E. S. ner consisting,, barbecued beef THEATRE' i 2-14 oz. Bottles CATSUP .J_ 25c ,

II used by Mr ..T. B. Masale in decorating MIlls Daisy Moore of Clearwater Sibley' at Florahome Sunday. and gravy, boiled potatoes, gingerbread . i I
Mr.
: her home,. when ,ahe entertained pent the week-end with her parent W. M. Phillips was a, 'Visitor coffee and ice cold water- GAINESVILLE. FLA. '
*,' Mr. and Mrs W. to palatka'' Friday. melon the VANILLA & LEMON{ EXTRACT _ 5c
'I members of her bridge? ; club, ; D. Moore. after appearance of _
Mra., F. Ferfder Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan were smiles . . .
and
.:Irridayafternoon." ,. son, Austin everywhere registered eomFR.E -
$ {Several progressions of the game and Mr. Reavls Kirkland spent the Program Week July 10 I BEEF I,

were.:enjoyed} And scored .totaled fourth with relatives at"Dupont I CORN _.._.... 11_ 17cARGO.YEL4OW'PEACIIES ,I

'1A yrUe warn. awar :
''t 'of high at each table. The winners Messrs. S. S., J. A., and J. R '' 12e

t. ',v were .Mra.. R. M. .Johns Mra. A. Z. 'Adklns of Jacksonville were guests "SEED"With No.2 can i! :,

/,' /t ;Adlilna and Mrs. E. Burns. A !tttSSL of Mr. am1' Mrs. R. M. Heraey Sunday EDO Mfrom ""I''

f was" presented to Mlaa Florence ''BUTTER, Pure Creamery .-.:....,.I_.1. ,'.__ 2Sc ', ,
|,(|p JUa{thewS::, is bride-elect! an4 {Q .Ire. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. and >< .1"' ,
"
$ :38 Jllsa palsy I Moore attended services John Boles
T.' Kiafir 'of Waycross, honor Genevieve '
t guest. at the Baptist church In The minute men of 1776 White Clipped Oats per.100. Ibs. ...__.____ $1.15'I

t; The hostess, assisted by Mrs. W. Starke Sunday. f Tobin, Lois Wilson I

.T, Rltch Served1 a aala'd course to Mr. W C. Loper and family returned stood guard over the SHORTS _ 't..t,,.<, $1.60 !
..
from Klco, da.. Wednesday I I --- -----_". ..- -------
the following! Mrs. O. 1... Beasley, SATURDAYWilliam .
y 'y p :Mra. A. Z. Adklna, )Irs. E. Burns, after a visit of several days with freedom and destiny'' of ,.

f.) Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. E. ''W114A relative and friends there. 'L WORRY MULE FEED _..:'J;;..1; $1.DO I
Koines I
Mr. and Mra., D. W. Moore I l-Lj. .. ,
',I IIOD,.,Mrs. E. M. Johns,. Mra. N. wore America. In 1931 we, too, t f- -in-L,. '
** visitors to Gainesville ""P. .
Sternberg :Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng Mrs. Sunday '
In 100
: tl' Dr. and Mra. J. O. DAIRY FEED _;,i. ..l.; _....... $. !
;
,. ,0. I*. Haynes, Mrs, E. T, King, of Dubose and have our minute men . I -.--
"
,
',;;. little son, David, of Vero Beach II ,
Waycroaa, Ga., Miss Florence Matthews "JUST A GIGOLO"With . I ,

.t ,> 'and Miss Mabel Weller. in the shape of compact I I SCRATCH FEED _. ... _,_.___?_- $2.00 I
--:-
)' 1r IITOR811ONORED: steel boxes standing .i : ,

(" rMrs. ,-- Irene PurcellStar I ,EGGOFIDE MASH ., ::'-,7"$2" i
ti : C. A. Knight 'entertained guard'over rr i I
important -
your '
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( of MAN in Possession -
)
,' at bridge Thursday afternoon at I' "f'0

I her home' on Madison street In a documents and rec- I, I VIMEO MASH ___________.. ___ __ .

4 honor of Mrs. E. T. King and betdaughter !. Mondajr& ---__
\ Tuesday . __ ._____h_ _ -..
Mia Mary Francis: King ords.. Protect your valuable ".. = -:-
: !!! -
- -
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of -
;t Waycrosa, Ga. fEAST LYNN"With - - --

r Radiance roses, cinnlaa and other p by keeping 'them '

.. '' bright garden flowers were effectively ,Wake Up Your Liver Bile

'i<4 ararnged about the living There.

.1ii' room. where the guesta spent Ann Harding, Clive

'.' pleaaant afternoon.
'
it''' ).fr.. A. Z. Adkins received the Brook, Conrad NagelWEDNESDAY -Without Calomel

:, prize for making high score and
:Mjr*. T.;' B. :Masale for -- ,...
; holding second ..,
:b. while each of the honor guests I That hiny Nose ,'. And Youll Jump Out of'Bed, Ao ita'e dfs boa fc 1.II nob JuM 1IowID.4taar lair*III "the.'1..-_-y. .

Ii!:!: were presented glfta. completely vubdued. No more "Six'Cylinder! Love" : in the Morning Rarin to Go 0. 11I._ ap root .e.m..a. *"-e *". .
The 1
poetess served
a sweet constant ineffective si arstY 1..f'*"J
powdering. thick.fc4 tuft aka four
I,' course: to the folowlng players: Just one little extra touch and you WithSpencer If yon feel sour and sunk and the ..,.. kmake aka to N.ew 1 1'roe -JT

tS Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. I hare cot only eliminated "Skin I world looks punk don't awallow a tot .*.sad Irf<...sod"... T**
,, ./i' ,!Adklna Mra. T. B. Massle, Mrs. R.I I Shine" but have given your'com- Tracey el sans, mineral water oil. laxative .,... paI aee4.

t 4 F Dcmorest, Miss Mabel Weller { plexion( an entrancing, smooth I sand? or chewing gum and expect ...-'....wafea'eurflaLrvb3mLsrs

"''; ::l\i, Mra. E.; T King, and Mlas Mary soft pearly appearance of eiqui- Coming Thur. & Fri., them to make you suddenly; sweet ..laesuebdae ,.....so"WIr
site -
''',i Francis King of Way rou,'Go.MISS beauty.OOUBAUtfS : : and buoyant and full of sunshine. b.dr: ne ord.-e .y..............

The BANK of STARKEAN Norma- Shearer for they, cant do ft. They cmF: ........ ...- r

+r/ )l.UtTII.BROWNLEE In"FREE tore the bowvto and a mere mcrraaoact Thyea..-f eeue M

( r ENTERTAINS" ORS EN4 HONOR ROLL RANK ' I SOUL" doeaV$ get at the) ..... The ...... Or ass ere.>MC*. .

CREAM i feaaoci for jfoo?dowikHKad-oot.etlng ..laaiMewreLate.ra.r .. -- -
115e
f1 Miss Martha i Brownlee entertained -" i E. S. Matthews, fres. R.: J, Davis, Ciahler la your lw. It should ..
T
oat two w "
poor *..L.a M "rr
wh.t.. Flush ,,_.. ....
and tOe
,,}...; Monday. llbt.with. a party at J ) & BOc: : 4i gonads,. of Bqpld bOe late gable ftowate IIelsle Urn ma. eai .--. *.totetsrablan

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,,JULY 10, 1931 _' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE: FLORIDA _. _. _
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-' - iS 2S5i.'Si" !TRSZSd575tS day In Starke with Mr. and Mrs. P. day for Swalnboro, Ga., where ahe meeting Friday night .At the school Crestvlew ,Garret Adams purchased Perry L. J Shealey formally

M. Barefoot. WIll visit before returning to her building. All members and teach- Valcreat Tailoring plant opened Bluechlp Service Station on

:home in Washington, Ga. ers are urged to be present. LA.rgo--Work to begin July 10th/ North Jefferson street.
Bits ofIDeal t Miss Nellie Silvernall of Jack !. i ..1 .. on $80,000 citrus' packing plant. Crestview BeaU's Store mov-

sonville, spent the week-end with MIsaea Christine McKInnon and STIlAWnERRY WAVECONTINUES Panama City-Natural gas for ed to larger quarters In Solomon
her grandmother, Mrs. R. M. Margaret Pomeroy of Jacksonville SWES.'POTHERS this city practically assured. {
Sparkman. Mr. Frank Mitchell of University INTO LINE Canaveral John Spies erecting building.

Nev.yConcerni" 1 of Florida, and Miss Lucille Mitchell gasoline station. Miami Beach Plans completedfor
%III.. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and spent week-end at Kingsley Some years ago a considerable Palm n"'lc1lIedley" Gilllnga $23,000, Improvement and addition '
Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe of Tampa I Lake at Mitchell's place. acreage of strawberries were planted purchased Ralnbo: pier at Gua' to Villa Venice at 14th street i
/op/ badness and were week-end guests of Mr. In the vicinity of White Springs. Baths for consideration, of $00,000; t
Oar and Mrs. O. L. Beanley Dr.. W. E. Mlddlcton, Misses Much of the land in that section la improvements totaling $23,000: and Ocean Drive.Auburdale .
and Town.
progress of the County Madge and Hazel Middleton were highly valuable strawberry soil. planned. R. L. Raney; to

Mr. and Mrs. Alto Adams and called to Stuart Wednesday on account The work did not prosper not because Jacksonville Building per. open store in this city.

T252 u25Z.1 J child of Ft. Pierce were guests of, of the death: of Mrs. Mid- of Inability to. produce the mite for 15 days June total $10 ,- Leesburg B. D. HarrJt Funeral
a Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Masslo Tues-i dleton'a father, Mr. L. E. Dowling! finest berries but largely for the 8T().
I REPORT Meat hens at Wood's cheap. day. Tuesday evening, Mr.... Mlddleton lack of a market, Fort Pierce Approximately Home, 114. Le street undergoing
1TAT1U had been with her father for sometime With the arrangement now being 15,000 cases tomatoes ea.nneby extensive Improvements.
starke branch, U, Mrs. W. A. Sterns and daughter, Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mra. A. Z. effected In this city, whereby a Apto Bros., Canning Co. Macclonny.. Work progressingon
p8td, Department by Louise, spent Monday In Jackson Adktns and Miss Florence Matthews daily truck will convey the crates Fort Myers Construction of grading state road No. 49 from {
,
aetry jury 8,1931. ville. spent Tuesday In Jackson- Miss Eva Marcotte of Havana, of all, producers to the Starke market first unit of First" Christian church
u ending ville. Cuba ia the house guest of Miss on a co-operative basis, the Interest edifice to start soon hero to state farm. r
Max. Mm. Prcclp. Mias Gretchen Everhart of Pan. Lola Colley, having arrived Friday I In production at White I Wauchula Hub Store, dry EustU: Gas plant; under erection
ate 95 sacola, spent the week-end with Mrs. T. T.; Long Mrs. D. P, Car- from South Florida, where she has Springs Is reviving. good store in Anderson building, here to serve Umatllla: Mount
2 98 77 -, Mrs. B. M. McRae. penter and Miss Ethel Griffin were boon visiting' friend and relativesin The Reporter has a communication West Main street, opened Dora and this city with gas
8 09 70 guests of Mrs B. S. Carroll at Daytona West Palm' Beach and Lake from M. Sellers, at that place, Miami Beach Wm. Whitman Jacksonville Boardwalk Gazette
4 100 75 "" Miss Evelyn Stump Is spending Beach for the weekend.Mrs. Worth :Miss Marcotte plans to stating that he has already pro- received permit to erect $110,000 ," new weekly paper publishedby
8 75 two months in Virginia and North spend thre weeks here before going cured his plants and will this fall apartment house at Collins avenue, Frank Brennan and Leslie r;

I IIIB 74 .- Carolina with,relatives. J. A. Briggs, Mr!!. M. E. back to West Palm Beach From have one acre, possibly two whichhe between, 33rd and 34th streets, Reese.
I"1 Todd Betty BrIggs and Gray Turner there she will return to Cubato will be glad to put into the pool
[runfall for week.t :Mrs. J. 1L Mitchell and Mrs. J. of Jacksonville, are spendinga resume her duties as teacher in for the dally market trip. Mr. Sel-
W. Andrews. Jr., motored to Jacksonville while at Klngsley Lake. the American Academy in El Ve- lers writes that he resides north of .

pens at Wood's cheap Friday. dado thin falL .. the little neighboring city, but he
I Mrs. W. A. Chalker and sons, of docs not feel that it would be too 'Well Folks: ,

N, T Ritch was a visitor Fruit jars, caps and rubbers at New Orleans La., arrived Tuesdayfor far to travel to deliver his dally I

ksonvlfle Wednesday. Klckliter'3. a visit with Mrs. Chalkcr's par pickings Into Lake City where they Get tickets ready 11 am '
1 ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. !oI. Darby, LAWTEY' would join the truck for the can'tral your \ a
L: LC-.IS of GalnesvUe, was Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs J. W. markets. '
e to that '
give Westinghouse
Cur going -
Mrs. U. K. harder
7d vidltor in Starke. Andrews, Jr., were visitors in Jack- Remember, Saturday, July 18thIs Thin will probably be a suggestion .. H
-- sonville Tuesday.Mrs. positively the last day that we to other strawberry growers in Radio y
,::7.: Hoover Is spending make that extraordinary special Mr. and Mrs. Harry Westberry Hamilton county Possibly, if they away Saturday. .

Uk ui Ocala with relatives., W. Epperson and Mrs. photo the "VOGUE", 3 for 5150. Miss Alice Mae and Mr. Stanley i will get together the growers there night June llth at 9 m. r ,.
Dale Vanslckel spent Monday In you! can't afford to miss/ U. Hoover Livingston of Gainesville were, can get up an' acreage sufficiently p.

,i pea se:d at Klckllter's., Jacksonville. : Bros Studio, Starke, Fla. guests of Mlsa' Mettle Harley at large to enable them to send their ro cat: g
-I -, ,- ._' ." M the home of her parents, Mr. and own truck directly to the Starke
I
.V ;-pomery, Sr., of JacX- ,Col. J. L. Frazee returned Tuesday Miss Lois Colley returned Friday Mrs. A. H Harley last Thursday. market, but failing. in that end, While I would like to have you all here at the drawing it will ti ,
d.wF t' week-end guest ofj from Miami after a several from New York where she visited hire!.. R.I : Rt Thed) and cj lau bt jf tl! G y will be given the oppoitunltyto not be necessary for you to be present aa the number drawn 1'

| M. Mitchell days business trip. her brother,*Mr, Carr Colley. Mr. GullJa! Marie, \returned home Tuesday ship with the Lake City growers will be posted In our windows and published in the Telegraph
Colley accompanied her home fora from Atlanta, where they local promoters stated. until Saturday, June 18th. If the lucky number does not show
1L ;III r. O. L. Haynes and Mi' E. E. Dowling of Dublin week's visit spent the lost week with Mr. The White Springs farmers may up by then we will have to draw. a new 'number. Get your
met:.' (1 to Jacksonville Ga., was the> guest of Col. and Mrs. Thedo'a sister Mra. Frank Enz ll. get up a meeting in which case tickets out and mark them all down ort A sheet of paper Which
and
fiy; for ._ A,, S. Crews over the week-end. Italia and Virginia Fugate returned Mr. and Mra A H. Harley spent Lake City growers will to attend a will make it easle: for you to compare mirnbera.
shape
OHsIst their
neighbors
from'a visit in Jacksonville the past week-end In Brunswick Have you seen those shirts we have on vale for' a Dollar?

and Mrs L. D. Green andy Mrs. W. P. Archer and child, of Friday and were accompanied by Ga., guests of Mr- and Mrs. G, S. plan.handled The out of arrangement the chamber will of commerce be- They are regular $1.60 and $103: Hanover Shirts, Talking t

visited friends in Gainesville Key West, spent Tuesday with Mrs.A. their slater, Mias Eva Fugate who Gllchrlst. of this city. about Dollar Items, you ought to see our Dollar Beach Pajamas ff
ay afternoon. S. Crews. will visit them for a while. Mr. Tommie Gilchrist left Satur- Fred Cone who has been and our Dollar Dressea. And'last but not least ONYX hose.
Col. ,
day for bin. home in Brunswick Ca. chiffon or service weight only a Dollar. I could Just go on like '
deal of time to
devoting great .
hens at Wood'a cheap. Mrs. W. A. Colley returned Sunday Mrs. B. T. King and daughter, after spending a. week with his the movement a bas stated that a this all day but I don't want to Dollar :you too'much.
W. II.
from Amsterdam, Ga, where Miss Mary Francis have returnedto grandparents, Mr. and Mra. minimum. of ten acres will be set
50 D. E Knight: and guest she has spent the past few weeks. their home in Waycross, Ga., Biggs. WxLeal.
In in this Immediate vicinity,
Charle"l> Laraen spent Monday after a visit here with relatives and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of plants .. NN.ewe 1..11. Dr.....

sonvllla Mrs. L. D. Vlning and Mrs T;B. friends. Melrose Monday,.enroute passed to through Jacksonville.W. Lawtey. same Others having will been probably already announce pledged. all,..""kin" 3 STERNBERfi'S F E S 11I'1.1,1'1 Now Las' 11I:1.015 vaned: h.
s
Hassle were visitors In Jacksonville 'home their Intention to'enter the indus-
and Mrs. H. A. Bishop weren Friday, Mrs.'J. W. Andrews, Jr., and slater C, Wooten returned try before the planting season
In Jacksonville Saturday. Mrs. Oliver of Baldwin, Mrs. Tuesday after spending the past TilE RELI.\, LE STORE
,
opens.Lake City Reporter.
Mrs. Alice Langford\ spent Monday L. D. Vining and Jacqueline, leftThursdn.y week in McRae Ohio., Ga.., Atlanta. and i '..iiCrestvlew P, S. If you have the lucky number. drlvo your truck up to thedaor ;
Mr. Cleveland
Canova Is visiting in Jacksonville with Mr. and Caro-
j Mary for a visit In North $10,000 theatre ?
at Mattie Harley left Friday and curt It away-we don't di-llver.
lira W M. Wainwright Mrs. ,Stanley Moore. lina with friends and relatives. J Miss building practically completed.
for Charleston, S. C., after .
night
Beach. ,
Ana Construction of line to carry g
I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. White spent Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hallo and spending a few days with her par electricity along Caloosahatchee '

1..J. J. Canova and Dr. W. C.pig II Independence Day In -Leesburgwith family and their guests, Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II.Mr.Harley.She and. valley section from Fort Myers to STEAM PRESSING COMPANY .y
of Canal Point were In friends. Mrs. J. 8. Adair and family and was accompanied by LuBello, under way by Florida .V tia
ravllle Sunday. Mr. C. P. Curtis, were visitors In Mra. Harry Westbury of Gaines Power &; Light Co., to cost $40- I'llnnel52 Thoman Prop c\\, ys L tA
Mrs.. Paul Canova, Jr., has returned Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. vUle. '11'1-, 000. ; \\.
? Sun-
enta i A. J. GrlSla, S. S. Dowl- home after a two weeks' The Baptist and'Methodlst' >_ -
held their annual picnic . ... ..
day schools . ..
visitors '
udC A Knight were visit In Ocala with relatives Mr. E; S. Mathews left Wednesday -oto.' "., I 0( - - ,
at Klngsley Lake Thursday A '"' ... ''n..__ '" _P _. .._ ," ,
alaEllse8 on Thursday. for Tallahassee and was accompanied -
dinner was served at. 1
Mrs. Charles Larsen of Lakeland by his son, Eugene who delicious .

!/thousand Rican Klckllter.potato plants $1.00 in-law, Is and the sister guest, Col.of her and brother-Mrs..D. will there spend. the rest of the week o'clock.A Lake, A.City. Griff Thursday returned where home he from has :a Specials Fri. & Sat. July 10 & 11-HAPPY I DAYSGrocery

E.
Knight.
n Charlie Shepard of Milliard, I Mrs. D. J. Clark and children, been for sometime.Mr. .
h guest; )t Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. N. Walnwrlght, Sr.. Mrs. Billy and Blanche of Gainesville, and Mrs. Paul Carr Andrews in and

j Mla[ James Shepard. N. D. Walnwright, Jr., and James and Miss Elizabeth Dees of Jack- daughter, Mrs.for Agnes Ralford TIP TOP
left Tuesday _
I Richard Wainwright spent Tues- sonville are guests of Mrs. L. D.
A. of the Lawtey public -
; The P, T. r
fr. rod Mi James Chase of day In Jacksonville. Green.
school will hold a get together
invlile! spent the week-end 1
Howell Nasivorthu Owner and Operator
Mr. ana Mrs. J. C. Hoover. Senator E. M.,Johns, Rep,' N. & Sarah Pearl and Elolao Bullock of I .. --..__. --..- --. --
Wainwright Sr., and Mr. Owen Columbia, S. C., arrived Tuesdayto ,
ft: H. C Wall Is visiting her Griffin returned to Tallahassee make their home with their SPECIAL Ii IiWe 25c size CanCorned
.ln-k' and sister, ,Mr. and Monday afternoon. uncle and aunt. Rev, and Mrs. L. Sugar,51bs.25c

MeC: .rwile of'Tampa.L G Hemingway,. have'"Specials'* every day i Beef 17cJULIETTE
MrJ.: E. B2. Cano a and son Mr. In all kinds of furniture. It will
; Alderman, Mrs. G. C.M L. A. Canova, spent Sunday In Mrs.. T.'J. Alderman and daugh- to investigate, our bar-
: ulira! S. P. Vandlvlere Euabnell with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. ter, Francis, have gone to Detroit, pay you and convenient payment MAXWELL' HOUSE. or
gains
,t, W6Ul c4y In Jacksonville.' Canova. MIch., where they will visit Mrs.Alderman's plan. :;" LA TOURAINE ,

Billy and Earney Dowling. Jr., Bradley. parents, Mr. and Mrs. CASII OK:.CREDIT 'Coffee lb. ,- 30c Meal or Grits 10 lbs.25c. r

of Plant City, are> spending a few ,

I NT[ A WORD days here with their grandmother, Mra. S. S. Dowling and daughter DENMARKFURNITURE __..... ._- -.. .
Mrs. R. N Dowling. Nettle, returned Wednesdayfrom CO.T. Compound Whole drain,Itlue Rose Boiling
Jacksonville, where they visited -
C. CIIASTAIN, Mgr.
I COLUMN Dr., II. S. Woodruff, after spend- Mra. Dowling's sister, Mrs.

ing two weeks in Starke as guestof James Godbold. Lard lb. -, lOc Rice,51bs21c BaconIb.lOc
:
Dr. J. W. Brownlee, has returned .. ,

R SALE Strawberry plants to his home In Sanford. Mr. and Mrs W. G. Italia had __ .. __ __ .. .
----- -- ---' -'
MIl fresh stock and on new - as their guests for the weekendMr. 666 71allPillk-Ca-- 3:-:We Cans
und. Will only sell by the Mr. and Mrs.' L. A. Davis Misses and Mrs. J. S. Adair and children .
I A. J. Crlffis. I Hazel Adkina and Del Perrymanwere ,, Rachel and Wilson.'of West

i visitors In ',Gainesville Sun- Palm Beach and .Mr. C. P. Curtis Rr11....LigUIU. ".. on aflio TABLET or *...'.I.. In Salmon r '- r -IQc Pork & Beans -' 19cPure u
ii SALE STRAWBERRY day afternoon. of Tampa. all .!..!.., fh..ok. . Cold III. ffratlar
.. ......
.
i Sl l l !
cheek
fUNTS, Miaslonarry strain.., $2 <...... sad .. -- -. -- ---. .-...- ..- -- ... ..
r 1000. S. R. Swindell, Therea- ,Mrs. Mattie Brown and eon, Augustus Mr and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon. (We Salve Joe' Baby' Cold. Creamery Itcst Daisy Best Grade IVhitc'Butter
7-3-4t i returned Saturday to their Messrs. Bob Crawford and EX J.
f J.I.-JlllLi. [home In Pensacola, after a visit Roberts of Lawtey and, Miss Eva -, ..- .- -,- .." -

SALE Missionary i here with Mrs. B. M. McRae, Rigdon attended the Primitive .Ib. 24c Cheese lb. 18c Bacon lb. 12c
"7 plants, In lots of Baptist annual meeting at Oak ,
1 P\!r thousand delivered.straw-I MK:, and Mrs.T.L. Vanaickel and and Sun- ATLASThe
Grove church Saturday .. --.. ..... .. .
r use, Sanford Fla. daughter and Mra. W. M. Vanslck day. -

el, of Gainesville, spent Tuesday In Yellow RipeBananas GREEN COFFEE,1'tiund; .. .___=_ _ lies
II- Pure Jersey milk fresh Starke. Miss Del Perryman after a Standard Oil t'
5 Ibs.l9cJuicy Hondouria 'Long Grain Rice Ib. 71-c
utter _
and buttermilk, deliveredy visit here with her uncle and aunt, ''
; ,
or at Biscayne Filling Sta- .Mrs. S. F. Hamrick returned Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Tues- Tire -' Guaranteed lOc BLACK PEPPER ________1_1- 5cJCLLO
'
".2 -- -
miles north of Starke. H. Sunday from Sebring whereshe .
Purvis. 7-3-5t visited: her daughter Mr- Nelle One YearFrigidaire asst.Flavor, 3 for .:. 2Jc
---- --------

nD>:- Airedale male dog Rampley.Mr. *IHE MOST. IMPOKHtfTA.T .............. Lemons, d Oz.-- 29 C BLACK EYED PEAS, Ib. ________:______-5c r'

:'wed!lek 'Paf, year and halt old, and Mrs. R. J.: Davis. andfamily Of AMY BUf INSSS I*' TO. BJJWNAT :t Jumbo PEACHES, No. 21-2 can _.,_____..,:?____ I6e
With orange legs and un- spent the week-end in St. OJUfiHJ TO"l OOH. '- -
'bodyy from near Lake Geneva Augustine and Jacksonville Beach e.--. Pineapple,No. 1 Can, sliced crushed ..I2c
sir 4th Notify relatives. Celery each 17y2c '"
"V1I. T o.. W owner.Mcllvam.liberal 501 i with PICKLES. ASST., QT ______________: ZS

raham 11Ig., Jacksonville Fla, llr. and )!rII. W. J. Epperson and' the three Iceberg 5c-S44 LTfor. -- -____:.-__-?_________ lOc
10n guar-
1:113.: Mrs. Dale Vanslckel spent Sunday; year
7-io-2t la with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. !' 5c MATCHES,3 .---------------- JOe

.:tilt sAl::*" .: Just tG introduce Anderson..Lawtey ; anted ,electric, : refrigerator Lettuce, each }12cFor BROWN SUGAR, 3 for _________=-= 25c

&tII .3T us to Indian cut the River price Flab al-, Jlr,and Mrs. P; M. Barefoot and r ; Breakfast '3 Ib. Can Budivelser MALT *_..,..._____..__ -JOe'
%
t Insurance

.Ie, .J1.1 -ilf So don't forget the daughters, Sarahand Juanita, Every bonier man know Lays or what Heinz RICE FLAKE HEINZ VINEGAR BULK, Gallon ____ /Dc
llth with
:tt'en: b'11 k y of J., also C. Mann1ng'the place., spent relative Sunday In Sanderson should property.be done to protect For sale by 2 for. .. --- ..-- -- 2Sc TOMATOES No. 2 Can __ ______________ 'Ie fin

oiler. C; C lelaIe GrlffU.and Retail Fish''It.to Mr. and Mrs. R. T Oateea of Our experience end service .f 1-4, lb. package All Can .Milk 3 tall 23c; 6 baby ________ 23e r

; : Crocker spent Monday and Tues- will dcpctwUble benefit: you,We adequate an give bv1euranc Kraft Ch 12c GREEN'S DAIRY MILK,
Service
I you
yed Smith's t
IQqt four 1e4 or. stolen, bull, *protection at onca eese Pint, 7cf Quart.,14c: Heavy Cream _ ,_ l5e,
old color real
r1r. ,. . ,. _.
red, -- -
.marked crop, two splits Dancing Taught ,Guaranteed Best Wheat'::: Real Biscuit - --

i,e other, WIn and crop>/8-uPP 0 reward r. bit [Ballroom, tango, tap eta Spe-1 HAROLD. C. WALL StationStarke
SnoYldriftFJour 6 lbs.
0t1r7 lntormaUoQ 1oIn.; Nettle and Starling recovery.'at I elal For Summer.ppolntoieot rate, phone Enroll 910 DOW. INSURANCE Fla. : 21cI2; Ibs. 35c; 24.1&5.. -.- 65c a ai

1l&tL'1 Store, Stark,
6.4c -
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ap; T 'Ms'aM,9,+p ,M,9yd 'i.t. 'r i.thyr rL at< Ix .I
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Beach Armory Tavares Shell Pertoleum Corporation TaxNDiserlptl.a
prop-j Na '1'. R. A. ,Owaa a Wate Deserlptloa ..o. T. R. A. Oraee.
I street opened filling station at

J 4i TO HOUSEWIVES rnDaytona. of ItS3. OO as site for corner South East Second street SW Cor of BWV. of NE14a a: NH of NWU of 4
run JD .88 y.4. to ho.thenc. NEH of SEW A B 35 ft Of
I office building. and Leesburg road. SH of of ofNIDI'
Weekly from Home Demonstration ... .. . . ... . . .. .. N alonr. line 70yda I SEH SWJ4 .36
6 U
W In rdp to W line ------- 1( Arthur
+ Specialist, Tanuhasse (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I.) ot said 0W44 of NID'M W 4H-A of NNY, of NWH8H Lee -
+7' thence a to begS! A. .1; roN------- _" II S3S3 or '1'. -..U
TussDeserlptls 80 be. .t NE Cor of _18 Ii 20S hi R Alackbur?
: s.". '1'. R. A. Owur. a Gets NW" of 8E", .. run 8116 NBH of NW" of 1iI)14!) ._.86NBVi II S3 10 R."t 8. QotheU--11
: ft. Wb70ftNl16ftE All SEW of JWW W of Ry Brown ,,,,may k
/ CANNED PEACHES Lots I I 5 of Blk U Timp1. 110 rt to b.lr-I A ___Ie T 11 II t1. V. v.I _ ___ n.,. .x SWH-f I :NW% ot
: .. to art NWIM nf SID"" Ex 1 A In NE of SWW A A all
t' NE'>'AofItNW 4 .. 'art Cor a: .x road ___...26 1 11 88 Angus Hall .... n." of SWH *x SH of SEI
Before preparing: fruit make thin of W Clf NID W CI 1 V of BWt4 also. b.. at of SWH of 8W'4-4
a N10 oor 0 SEV of l: A .x 1 lot. 100> ft *qEH on Nald.
or medium syrup ((1 to 2 cups of NWV _ __________-28 I II -s. W. Edwards __ 10.51 a W Cor N of 100 NEu of m SWIM 190yds of SWH of 8WH B!
run yde.
Lot. I 12 II of Blk B RI..
of A
:T sugar to 1 pint water), allowing1cup S 100 yd. W 190 yda adjoining road rightof
Addition IJtarke
10
Ing.
c r way --__-.,_S6 II 11 18S
to beg also .t SID 3
S' beg cor 1..
ti of liquid for each quart Jar. In NW%, of Nw14 South Harrell
IOf NW-14? 8 U ns. H. Reddish _______ n.11 Of NW" of SW"" .to run N All SID14 of SW14 E of au II 31 U Mr.. d" Co.
1 If the almond flavor is desired a Lucy 1t
BE44 of NDk as All SW44 11)0 pd" W $6 7da a 100 of SID% orBm14 ex S F.Harreli
I'' r ij, s ; few pits may be boiled In a small of NEV 8 opublic road yda E 811 yds to be ___26 7 11 81 B. E. Hall ______ 111.011 420 ft-13 H A -,-37 S3 14 J. 1.. -
llarrel
6 ''i amount of water and this water a NV, or SE14 _____11 II It 140 1.5 Mortan _ ----.58.92 WI of NID\4\ of 8EJt & 1 Com at NE cor of See 18 A a" Co
A In Nm Cor of Nw14( of run W 180 ft B 1030 ft -Ii
NE4 of RI:1'4: _____-28 I 11 40 a. C. Cone __ 11I.73W .
:( used In making the syrup to give of HWy 3$ II 11 40 T. H. '1',.... ______ U.1I 8114 _ ______--211 7 III 11 Mn. ar.o. KJnn., ____ 111.11 E 1630 ft N, 1020 ft to
' c NW'4::I--i--Ww. ofBVIy N',4 of N SoNWV. .x E beg ll 5 33
tt' t y 4, the desired flavor. Sort fruit using of of NW14 also. corn 15 rt _ ________211 7 11 40 D. H. Nolan ______ 18.1 1D' i lot -kVii'toTiVin .1' James aoodf joW. ] .

only firm ripe, sound peaches for at RW Cor IOf NW8 of NWl( of BW14 __-__28 7 at 40 R. T. Crouch _ ______ 19.78 oodlawn _ ---------_.o 6 13 111 : ,
t N.
Com on a Un. of NW14 of Lot 60 68 A ID% of lot 61
canning. Put aside the soft broken flW14 a: run JQ S ehne 4. << NormanIII
links. thence N 40 d.fr. .- NE% on W Un. of aT 63 In Woodlawn __ ___80 II 13 80 M
'y g or extra ripe ones for jam or ... E 20 ohm thence W right of way run N onrill'ht S<4 of lot 9 /In Woodl..wn31 II 33 I HJ.!. p rmentar ,
M1 t of way 11) yde to a 1VU.. t\f 1n 17. JL ttll. u. .1no oQ I _____ I
butter. Immerse peaches in boll- chns thence S to b.lrU -- - -- -" -- ----
pt of beg th.nc. W 110 83 In Woodlawn ---.81
. A .llIol A In NW oor 1 33S3 311 3.
i I y ing water for about 1 minute or of HWV Of8WIM ________11 8 U 19 W. M. Whltt.n ______ .0.11 ydp2; 11. 2ydsE 118 r Lot 49 64 In Woodlawn __.11 I 10 W.C.O.Ch'mons --I

k 1 ; until skins will slip easily. Plunge AU NEW E a""f"; River r NES4of thence. to a on"r'Ir"i' of way waY Sfc"" of NW% of NW14 __as II S3N 10 James 93rooke Jones -_
a HEM about A for All E% of '
4 _
into cold water 1 minute. Remove NEVi NBVi of .1 1
li d church II cemetery a U. 1.11 yds to beg.YO T U 1 Unknown _ ___ 18.80 SEVi E of Rv ___85 B S3
king, cut into halves and discard 8114: nf liE'>' N of h..nnhaWW44of81144aNEye. NU of NW'M _____..39 7 It 80 L. C. Smith _______ 8.88 All N 8.. of NWW--of---NWVi-- 4 Mrs. Luoy F. Harrell

seed.< Peaches will pack better if NE14 of NWI4. 88 7 11 40 Ch.. M. McKinney; _ __ 19.78 Wof Ry ex _\H AforLot ,
of SWIM __________211 6 31 358 W. -t. Whltten _____141... Com At 8E Cor of NWys of _________S6 5 S3
''r dropped in hot syrup long enough SWW of BWViNH _________19 II 31 40 U V. SturdlvantSO __ 11.73 iE:: II".rnm W 176 i"d 1 Peettevllle embracing Z8 ,J. I_ Harrell & Co. __I
) to render pliable about two minute of &BU of SEW .-_..10 II 31 W. M. Whlt len ____ 11.11 176 N1c1M NH., of NEH 4 NEH of I
SH of 8E<4 of SEW .__80 II 11 20 C. H. A John Rents ___ 11.11 lib 'ds. to b.A a NW14 ______ 5 31 17
Remove at and in
ii? ; ) once pack NRH of NBVi:! of NEW ,...81 II 21 10 t3. H. Kent ____ .. 4.82RWy of NE14 _ ______-29 7 81 48 Unknown _ __.___ 23." SWH of 0Ei4'"o"f NEVi AllB8EH Mr. Lucy F. Harr.ll _
hot Jar. If little Is desired $EV: of BE14 _____IT 4 21 40 K. C. Cannon ___ 22.110 I
Juice of 8W or t..ot4 ___88 I 21 53 J. W. Townsend ___.- ".n of SW; of A
4.. Y place the halves in overlapping Ett of NW 4 of NWViJi _____U II 31 20 Mr. IL C. Edward __ 10.011 BIiJ14 of IiIE% ___' a.:.____2I 4 2JI 40 B. B. Wilkinson _____ 23.110 ,(, of NEW of NWvTof ,
fcUCVi of NfcKNBVi N U B44 of N44 of NE'4' or 844! HRV4\ A NV4 of NWJ4\ of

,: t"+ layers, the concave surface of each ) of I! __.__ t'l4SEVi II 31 66 W. F. H&rnageSO u. 27.37 of No' of Iota 1. I less & NES of 8E", - --___,__aj 6 S3 10
A. W Cor -_______ J. S. Austin
r. l l' half downward and the blossom of NBV4 A NEVi of 8I 4 III 80 H. H. Pollard86,86 _
being W5AofEVofSWof:
l SBVi __ ____-____86 1:11: W. C. demon ___ 40.93 Bo\ of BE14 of NW14 I N34of \ \ --1'
''r'' end facing the glass. As each NWW, of SWVi Ex 6 A In i NE% of 8Wy. _______1. 4 II .0 Unknown _ _____ 23.80 JLsE40-*__% of"NH I U 8 Unknown _ .
t layer Is built up add a tablespoon NK Cor _ ______SB II 21 86 r A. Harnar ________ t8.41 NID'I of NE'4 ex lots. I 8 4 NEy of N ? _,
I NEVi of SWW_________85EH II 31SI 40 T. N. Norman _,____ 111.78 W nf RY' .to BDv of NE'4 of 8EH ____.. 3r 0 U SO Edw. A Catherine
,1 of syrup paddling carefully to remove a W% of NEI4. &I: NW14__ 1 1 22 8011 N. T.
; of Lot 10 of Blk S A Rltcb ____,__158.11 Nl4 r of E 8.. Of' Rogers
of _
I EY.r or 8W of SWViSBVi II
NID'4 &
y .Y air bubbles. Process quarts Iota S 10 d BU: 8 In Kell-
N f
,+, bronn Sprlnc* In NBW __S* II Green A Mitchell ____ ..47 N& W4 Of N of % of -____ 4 8 18 16 Mrs. K.tle Mae.
y 22 minutes if fruit is quite firm or NEW ofW iwvr_ __ ______ 4 8 II Bell _*
9: NWH\ of NWW\ ___ 1 8 21 40 Imam Lewi _ _ 111.11 : =, 101(, of NEW 40 Inman a: Adkins'
:t 18 minutes if riper and more ten 8UEtt of BWVI of NEVi 1 8 21 10 Kelley DeSu _ 10.011 NW14 a W-8 A of of SE'4---- 4 d aa 'i R. Walnwrlrht-I'!!
SWW S'
SBVi >4 of __ I of.ofJSBW aW14 ___ II II ';
I, of BWVi\ Of SI2V4 ... 6 U ISO N. T. Bitch __..-,16L33 E. .. __
t der. Cling stones require about 10 of NEV _________ 1 8 21 60 Mrs Mar.I. B. Edward. Si.67 Ny" a w44 of SW1,4 a 8E'4 EV of, > EH of 8EV _
d minutes longer than free stone All NlflV N of road ____ I 8 21 157 Mr. Annie R. Alvara_ 711." of BW'4 a am", .x 11 AIn SWH of SEW. ;.-___ I 8 U 85 N. E. Mat his

t SEVi of 8\VV ________ I 8 111 40 Freeman_ A Raymond ay"ry rlM'ht-of way)_ 6 II 684 N. T. altcb __....--.818,48 EV4 of SWW of SEW A W14 '_ 4
lll peaches.Elberta CroHby _ _.... 2].44 Lots 23 24 26 28 to 1 Wood- of SEW Of SBH\ ---____ t 8 IS 80
t Peach Pickle SWVi of flW14 _____ I 8 81 40 W. C. Ward _________ 19.78 lawn _ --__--.. 10 6 21 40 Peter 30r..en.on ___ 11.80 SBVi of NEW" A EH- of SEW Mlnery A King __ I,
ti Use S Ibs. peeled peaches, 2 Ibs. SH of SWft ___-__ 4 8 21 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ S8.S1 Lot 84 In Woodl.wn __10 6 II 10 Lacy Orltfle _ _____ 11.18 A 8WW; o8EV4 A all SVS
, -, l 7 tll '1.of SWH A HWH ofHvhy4 Lot 81 In Woodlawn _____11 6 II 10 VI' Ceo m. Smith ___ &.98 of SWfl B of Ry-84 A_10 I 13 194 Wm. B.
i / I sugar 1 qt. vinegar 1 tablespoon A 8EV1 of BB34 -___ II I 21 120 Empire Lumber Co. _._ 58.68 Lots a3 40 18 18 In VVood- EH of SWVi of NWW A: Tarbroug-h ,--t I''

'whole cloves (crushed), 1 stick cinnamon of NKW A WVi of lawn _ _________11 8 21.0.A. 3. Swarte ___ 1S.1I8 WH of 8EH of NWVT___10 8 23 40 Mark A
; NHW A KWVi A W of Lot 4. In Woo"lawn ___.11 6 U 10 Samuel Clark _ __-__ 8.11 SH D0'u.NWVi ", Ollreath _--t|
. it I and 1.2 cupful hot water 8W y. _ _ ___-_ 8 I SI 160 J. W. Townsend __184.80 Lot III In Woodl..wn _ts 6 13 10 C. H. Addison ______ 8.11 A wvi of SWuter
,; 1.. Wash and peel the peaches and BW'4 of flW14.: :. ___ 1 8 21 40 WlBKln Bro.. _ 11I.18 Lot 25 In Woodlawn ____II 6 U 10 Unknown _ ____ 8.11 SWW A. WU of EH\ of
SBVi-. - ________ T 8 21SI 160 Lawrence Wiggins ji__ 11.80J Lot 48 In Woodlawn ___II 6 U 10 Nettle Bennett _ _____ 8.18 NEVi of SWVi ____,___t1 8 11 150 Unknown
_
drop them into a cold salt water J a: E'4 d W34 __-' 8 480 Empire Lumber Co. ___338.17 Lots 11 13 In Woodlawn ___11 6 II 10 David 1. Starling __ 18.89 SWW of SEW _____11 6 31 _ T

; 11 s bath (one tablespoonful salt to one W ND4AaW' of NW14 of 1 A In Lot U W of Ry ____11 6 98 1 Cha. McCartney _ __ 4.18 NE l of SWW -___ It 6 33e 20 10 Paschal Camero..Bro Stove. ._ -_/.j.jSO
\ W'4 of NEW\ a N14 of Lots Wtof Co
: 7 8 In Wood- 8WW of 8MW ___il
'J, quart water) Immediately to pre NW 4 of SB)I ____ II 8 !1f0 Empire Lumber Co. .301.48 lawn ___________ts 6 21 10 W. H. Robinson _____' 11.11 8E & NW* si Cameron Stove Co.'JHli!

_ _.+ vent discoloration. Put sugar into SVi of 0EV4 "'-----.10A1"-10 I SI 80 aim Kelley _ ____-_ 47.85 Lots 29. 42 In Woodlawn _18 6 21.0 3. M. Trilby ____ 11.11 ---.-______...ofi, 6 23 80 Wm. E.
NE Lof SWH 4 ex SWI4. of SW\4\ of SIOV.-14: 6 28 WV4( of Y-rbreugS preserving kettle with hot 10 8. Clln. _ _______ 8.12 NEIL of NW% of
water, NW Cor A. HE 14 of 8WH-10 6 31 70 W. C. Ward __ S3.69 Lot 16 In Woodlawn _____14 6 U 10 J. a. Starling ______ .11 WW A a strip 40 ft wide
boll and skim. Add vinegar and NWIM of SWI4. ____..11 S 31 40 W. T. Crosby ________ 19.73 W of
Lots .11. It In Woodlawn .14 6 II 10 3. A. A.por.r.n _______ 18.89 same ------__-_ _14 I U B John J.
,
IS ,' NIDI' of NEW, ____11 I 11.0 Mr.. Mauls E. Edwards 19.73 Eof\( Conway _
'i: Lots 48 U In NE14 of "
apices (tied I In cheesecloth bag.) Woodlawn .l4 6 II 80 J. M. Trubv: ______ 18.811 of
NEllof\ NW1 .x N 181 yde Lot 44 a W44 0' Lot U In SW14 - ---__.--.14 I II 5 J. O. Luke
,: Heat and skim again. Drain A W 8L- ___..1$ 6 11 10 E. T. Lewi __...__ 11.13 _______
MU.WH yd. Woodlawn _ ________111 6 II tll John a. Tyler _______ .02 8W44 of SWV4 Of NE\4\ a
R peaches well drop Into boiling syrup of NWH\ _____11 0 3t 80 Unknown. _ _...___U8.11 Lot. 11 18 83 In Wood lawn.111 6 28 80 D. L. Rlasby ____ t'.811 ifVi of RB<4 of .11
NWVt 6 .
t and cook until E'-i of NE : __......14 d SISI 80 Unknown _ _....._111.11 Lot. 811 Ie In Wnodlawn _111 6 .a 10 T. '1'. Blackburn ____ 18.11 NE'4 of SW ___ __. 18 II 10 Mr. Josephine Edwsrdi' I
_
;, you can pierce NWH Of NW34-_____14 B 40 Floyd Crosby _ .0.11 614 of Lot 81 In Woodl..wn1II 6 II I A. Stocker ____ 4.11 NW*' of 8W14 _;_,_ 8 U 40 F. M. Garrett _..___ I
't 1 with straw. Allow of NW __14 S 31 40 Lester _ .1.14 ---- 16 8 II 40 Mr*. L. A, Kuhl __
; peaches to MWIM % Crosby Lot $8 In Woodl.wn .16 6 sa 10 A. H. Lewis ___ 1.118 SEV' Of NW of II
NHjtf of NE W5 ._.____16 6 31 40 O. B Crosby _._ .._ 11I.11 NFJ of SB S II JJ E0 Wilson Co. _
rJ stand and plump in syrup over, BH of NWU ___ { 31 80 Empire Lumber Co. 38:1 Ely! of Lot 10 In Woodl..wnl'l 6 II II Unknown _ ____ ..11 sw of of REl-18 8 II 10 R. J. Davis ______
night Pack in sterilized Jars: E:!y of 8W14NBViA A: NWv'o111 Lot Lots 110.a In 14 Woodl.wn III 18 In Wood--__-17 6 II 10 Mr.. Rosa Wa.Der _ 8.11 SW NEW Of 6 II 10 J. W. Edward _

'i heating for twenty minutes. I EH- ofSWW N IVY Nw'V of 8lDjilEH \_,11 1 0 31 11 160 180 Empire Empire Lumber Lumber Co. __ n.oll'18." lawn _ ______11 6 U 40 3. W. Wagner ___ 22.80 N\\r14 of NEW ___18 8 II 80 Green a Mitchell ,.-li

For fancy pack of peaches a of NW WH of NEVi Lot 14 In Woodlawn _____10 6 28 10 Unknown. _ ____ I.n 8H NWW of of SWW of NE'4 .-pie 8 U 10 a..1. Davis,. ._!:__..__
awl of
NEW
&VaHt Elfa, of of a NBH ___
BW14 11
A SEW \.( of 6 11 400 Empire Lumber Co. __ __.176.$9BE' BEV4 Sml4. 'II 30 Harry a. Stroclifeldt .1 I I8EVi
;, fresh spiced should be made of _ ___
.____
fi syrup of SWK" A" 9 1-1 AW4..19 In 8EV- 11 6 II 80 James Goodf.llow _ __ 48.tO SH of SWW of NEW B of,
". to strain over the fruit. This gives I BE Cor of "NEVI of BWVI\ ..24Blk 6 11 BO A. F. Maroott _____ 19.67 8W14 E of of NE',4, _ ______11 6 II 40 Mre. E. R. Harmon __ 21.110 road A NEH of SEW A
4 NEV ex NEVfNB'of all NWH of
a much clearer product. The fresh 6 16-16 lot. In Crosby NV -_u 5 21 10 000. F. Toulllr _____ 110.88 DUbllo rna.d 8EyE... of nf
fruit take BEV4Bla'e1A wtL n a.tlA oC NW ___23 a II 20.1.. C.! Prevatt __ __ of SB) :: :
?: should be cooked at 222 degrees I lht"'J1D102 u 19Atw . 44, ::[17 I IS
4 ot -28 6 Jl A. F. Maroott _____ U7 1-. of of SEW also, -- - --- ------------ - A '- 100 J. M. Truby _.____._ 7i
tti F. Old syrup may be used ]8 lot /In Cro. at NWVi woaw."iNfiNATV5
1' by fake Shore In SB,14ot oom NB Cor wf SWWot
for cooking more pickles. I Beo 84 In NWofII, 11 Mr.. Jan Halll ____ 11.07 rd NEH thenoe A S run 60 89 3-8 NWV.ofSWoxW94 church - IT 4 23 8 Annie Goodwin _ ,_.-1 I
rds W
63-
t Dike 3 19-16 lot. In Crosby
r 1-1 rd W NU A A SV4 of SWW
to line of said *x
Lake Shore In of
} Seo 14 A in NBH BEVi of ,__.S5 6 11 Laura M Dauber ___ 11.07 forty to ,8 line thane of :alll>forty rda SWH 6 A In A 8W 6,A Cor W A of NEW Pu Uo of
Blk. S5 8*--O lot In Cro
f. WRUF FARM PROOBASI by Lake Shore In BEVi thence B 80 rds N 80 rd. road in NW14 of 8E34. .*

I c! The Voice of Florida" of Seo 14 A In NBVi of_36 6 31 Simon Ug-low ___ 11.17 to bf NWl4-_r_lw-r&n; 1 as 60 H. D. Olcott _____ III." WY or of BW'4 01 of 5DV4 ___11' 8 U 154 'J. C. D.Bovolee1O
NEV __
1 In Cro. En NIDi' NEi' __.0 8 II 20 Truby A Hercules .. J
I II LakeShores I In BBW, W\faof\ Wye of, NIDIM of Afw J ad ExES' 10(0 'f tE

of Skl" -.h In NEW of..SB I 31e Mr. Eva Brlabols ____ 11.I7 SWIM _ _' ----___23 II as 20 M..b.1 Walnwrl.bt __ 11.89 NW% .0 .. _..20 II 18 15 Sarah R. Robinson ---_ 1
ex A
I,: daOineavUle Fla.-Another series Blk 1-17 lots A Blk 4 I 11 EI- Of NV of NW14 Of a: of off of W aids

,I, 13 16 17-16 lots each A NEI4. ti lUll M. F. Brown ______ 11.1t 8 'Ii, N of SWI4 a 8EV of
6 of Florida Farm Hour programs Blk 31-SI lot A Blk. N4AofSWofNEVo't All i" road 20 8 28 338 J. C. D.Bnol.e15

la from state radio station S3 S3 36 28 S3 36 17-SO NWIQ _ ____________13 Ii 18 4 000. F. Young ____ '.01 flW'4$ or of RW14 a of roa410 a 13 11 R. F. Demore-t ---

,\ WRUF has Just been announced by lot SI each In*Crosby Fraol Bike- lake S9SO 834 NV of of NWY NW14 of of NW NW _.33 aNV I II 20 0.0. F. Young ______ 18.811 EH of SB SW'4* of------I SE14 u B II 40 Mr.. Louse Wllllama I

v the University of Florida Agricultural Shore* In SBVi ot Boo 34 Of 8W14 of NW II 1 IS .0 0.0. F. Young. __ 13.18 1H A -. -_ ----_19 t 21 11 Roy Edward. .. ,. -1 I

,s, Extension Service. The In NEVI:, of ________ ..._38 8 11 0o. A. A: A. M. Mareott S7.10 Lots1284TlofBlklTown S 4 foe SBH cor SWW ex 1

programs NEW of SHU ____-____"7 8 11 40 W. H. Smith ______ 1978 Of Lawt.y weal of All SW In NE W o? road_21 6 II 10 J. W. Edwards __ I'
:i wilt be broadcast from 12 to 4WU of 8WU __________.$ 4 It 40 W. H. Smith ____ 19.78 Ry - _____al II 21 Roy a.ddl.b _ ___ 15.81'' Ho 14 of SWVi B of pb.
''h 12:40: p. m., eastern standard time, NW 6 of SWS _________39 8 It 40 Emplr Lumber Co. ???? 111.11 1..0" 1 I I II 6 'I 8 of BIle I SB! road Ex about 6 A In
, i +' JEW Of BBVk i ____- -___--19 8 It 40 W. H. Smith ____ ,-r19.73 Town of Lawt.y W..t of cor A All NWH of
: each day. The schedule follows: NBH A NH Of :", ______SO 8 U 1t0 Empire Lumber Co. _10J 63 By -- -- -- _23 II II Mn. J... Ooodfellow __ $4,13 NE SWH B.of road ex a A In
't Sat., July 11-Florida Farm About SH A In BIO Cor of W 11 It of Lot 8ofBIk 4 AU cor 11 A nn W IIld..ll 6 11 47 Mrs. Agnes Simpson ?_, 71!
AI4\ if SKVt! N of Ry___83NWH I 31 8 W. J. Robenon ____._.186 town of Lswtey Wset of I SW14 Of SWIM W of

News and Ijlnts. U. S. Farm Science of 8WH _________11 6 31 40 Serena Johnson _ ___ 19,78 Ry. - -_______________ 6 II M". Loul.. Lowry __ l1.t I, N lubllo road -_ -_ -- ___ti 6 33 IS Roy Edwards ._- II
Snapshots. Lot or 8H of NEH ______36 31 61 M. J. MoRao ______ U.IIAll Late 13 14 of But 18 town. .JH of NWVi Ex 1 lot In '
) 4 7 B or Fraol of Lawt.y west of Ry __23 1 II -s. M. R.ddlsb ___ cor - ---------,6 -3 40 Truby A: Hercules _..--SS
Mon., July 13-What Farmers S Lotso6 By____ ______S6NH 8 11 lit W. M. Edward __.US,00 Lots 1378ofBlk24 aO.lII 1H A: com 105 ft W of alO
Bee on Farm Tours-J. Lee Smith., of NH ol Fraol 1 7 II 19 W. U. Edward ___-.._ 19.7S town of Lawter wept of cor of SWV4 of SWW A '
Alt Sampson R" _____.__ run N J1-0. ft W 115 ?t S
Blk ST 38 I
.i Farm at - --- II 000. F. Young ____ IlO
"' Reporter Washington I 4 'U 4 M. Yarns. __ 13.60 Lot. a 4 of Bile 26 town. of 11.11 It E 8U It to beg .-21 6 It t Annie Coleman . .--- II
Tues., July 14-The Black Hick B Ain| SW Cor of 8WU,. of I II 0.0. F. Young ___ Com NWIM of SEIM of SW% ---81. S 33 10 Oeo. H. Weller -_. It
Fred W. Walker. Farm SWH _____ !____ 4 7 II B M. Varn* . (... flag l8'.o.vfJlawi) ill .81 at 8W cor of'a"lT A 0)
Aphid-
ory About 1 1-. A In NW Cor w..t of By 2$ 6 II ROT Reddish __ tract. of tend formerly
owned
Question Box.Wednesday. of NWH of NWVi\ N of 110t6IftN&SbylOOtt 1,01 by P. C. Ooodwlne

July 15-Farmers''' .Ry A I A B _f Ry _____. 4 7 31 'W. J. Robcrion ----_ 436 m a W S of Hotel lot exalotilttN&uby40f1 *. run ID along 8 side of
jt NEW of NEW. A N 3-4 ofUWH aid land to SB cor of

Week and< the Florida Farmer \ of MHH' .____- S t 81 70 W. J. Robrson -...--, .., II." E a W In 8111 Car of .m. Sarah Scott'. land South

,,. Dr.' Wllmon Newell. Primer for w4 of NWIi, of BEI4. __ 1 7 31SI 80 Henry Tomllnson _ ..., 1009 Town of Lawtey Wept of ,variation.d. to a W about 105 _
____ _ L _>. _____._, ', RT - -.3I 6 II port thence NW
Town NW" of Nmw _ 0 7 40 W. wr U. -- -s. L. H.rr.1I a Ca ___ 18.11 to beg In
Farmers.Thurs. NBH of II
1.11 'Nof 011. lot 011 State .t III ft N SWH; _:11 6 12: S John Powell. (col.) _'
., July 16-Soil Sterilisa I hranonA: B%ofl7W'p'\ 7 11 110 Mr. M. Ooodce _..., (6(1. a8 by 100ftEaw: Lot. 1 t of Blk 1 Plnehur.t
tion Dr. Geo. F. Weber. SW" of NWI4. a NWlJ\ of bounded N by Mr..' ... .. Development In NWH of
d, Crimps SWH?\ : -_____... I 'II 80 L. L. Leach _____ -. 19.67 Brown _Tewe of fact.v" Lot.SEW: - II W. H. Thomas __ t
and Anthracnose of StrawberriesDr. NW'4 oLe70(( Wl ofew west of By --__---:. I II 0.0. P. Young of Bile 1 pTnehur-t
A. N. Brooks.Fri. NltVU _k a ii; of Lob I 1 Town of Lawt.,. 86,11 Development ln Nw* of
:S \ of l'iJirX' -=- ::':: ;;19 1 II .0 W. Co 8t phla.Oa .0.111 m or Ry In Secs II 84 IIII 6 II D. Co Kinlaw _. Lot saw 4T "BI1-----21 I r Unknown _ _ I
; .. July IT-What Potato 5l o"l-lm- of 104 &BNy4of Lot 0 Town of Lawtey JIt of $3,43 of 1 Plnehur.t

1. Growers Think About Crotalaria asa ?fB4 a NIJ"! 01 HEIU 1 U 100 D. O. Dial ......... .. 60.09All RT In secs II 24 II---_38 II II Oeo. F. Young ._ D..lopm.nt In NWH Clfr..o''to
aw of NID" a NW14 Lot a Town of Lawler JD of Co" { Ii fs iPIO..U 1:1: C. lAUch - - 1
Cover Crop-Frank W. Brumley.Climatlo of BDV, S of RJI' a SW14of Ry In B.oa II 84 15 -___21 U IIn. H. E. of Blk
p"" Factors as Influencing SE __U 1 II .0 E. J. 810. ." Lot 10 ez 1 lots In aw oor P.d..U ___ 11." burst Tvi10.1. An
!
NE of SWy4ix\ t A 10W 10. ft by .10 ft .ola town. Nw44- of -" U Unknown _ _ t
yi Potato Production. R. Ensign. Cor It'll II x! 7. Kin 11.01 of r Lots S of Blk 2 Plnehuret

ti 8W\4\ of NW44'l\ / 1 11 .0 W. M. Parker' ___ u.n I 8.0., 33 3436$6 I II-D. Co Klnlaw Development In NW14 of
cp of NW" a Nye I On. lot 101 ft E a: W by .10 __ 11.11 Lots sa:14. "of fir'rrJ*'' It 0.0. P. Young __ I
4 8
!, TRAIN SCUEOUUBWe : NeE4E1 of NW\4\ __---.oft7 1 11 .0 W. H. Duch.nnon fell tt N a S In 8W cor of lot burst ;
E of NW ..-.L$ J1 ao Empire Lumber Co"" _ $5,81sEK 10 town of Lawtey JI! of NW14 of Development In t
of NWk __ 11 7 11 .0 1Implr.: Lumber Co"" _ U.7I Ry 'n 8.c.33 84 II _...I1 1 II Mra Anal. Lou Godwin_ 18.11 lots$46S71f'l00cBlk BE1( 21 1 II Lula Ma. Dutton _
Chang schedule Sunday. 7th wy of W of NB i>4 Com 108 It ID of SW 001' of 4 I'In.huret

and trains will follows 11 A. of i W\4\ __ -----10 7 U .0 I. K Krebs r........... 20.40 lot 10& run N210ftE III NWV of Development I,
run as : 1iI1D1i __---1 I _
f l NEt of NW1i lice a, right 106 ft S$10ftW 'b6 ft II 0.0. F. Young _
No. 1, southbound, due Stark of way ____.. 11 7 It II 3. A. Z. M.Hlnn.y, :Jr n.n to b.. Town of Lawt.y __ W34ofB1k38orItI Ii W
10:35: p. m. W4} of aEy 11 7 U 10 W. T. MoEnr $0.8914 ... ID or aT In Seca, II 34 III' II U Mr. Anlli. Loll Oodwla$471 Win?> of Blk.S8 AIR a1 11.
of NEIk.--.21. 'U 40 I. A. Orav.. __ 1I.1e Lot 11 Town of Lawt.r JD SW14. of T.mpl. aub 4 'U 10 W. B. KUIaI ____
No. 11, southbound, due Starke ID\( of BW of NWI4. a of Ry In 8.c. $ : II 6 II Mr. H. E. Blk II S of R I W
Edw..rb
11:52: a. m., NE ( of SW"" __ _..11 7 II .or.: T. Abernath7 ..... Lot 11 Town 0' Lawtey. B! IUI f: Kli: of Blk 38 of R II
d W of BW" oNW'--11' 7 It 10 Unknown _ 10.01 of Ry In S.ca II 84 II ___.36 6 n :E. :R. Harmon J'JVn.TJ-!! ub diYII 8 II II Mra L. A.. Xubl I.
Nm
No. 107 southbound due Starke NW14 of NE%... ________.. 7 U 40 I. J. Wynn _ U.'lI Lot 18 a 814 of Lot 11 town. 11,11 E4 of Bile 1-8% of SW""4 __-81 1 n 10 Co n. Coopef _
,. 10:30 a. m. Blk "-4 lot a Hampton .f Lawt.y E of By 10 all' that of R' Ji1 a:

yt; No. 2, northbound due Starke, mhor.e Lots $.Ir' : .ail.ubdtvof lot S111hwal Lot Bees 111 II Town U 15 of -Lawtey-----U Eof I II D. C. Klntaw __ 19,17 S of R portion B that of lies Blk In S ....

6:10 Ity In S.". as U II-II BWWof NWW A. N 87 ft
I
a. m. N of a W ofBIIt'.iii II -s. A. a W. n. Andrew. __ of Blic
Ill NEH, of
1 II .. 2.40 Lo 10 .x Lot 100 S 8 of R
No. 12 northbound, due Stark .--------- ft N B 3 10 aU that portion of ,
Hampton bJ' .00 U 10 a 'W' In NW NEW
3:05 p. m. Shore. being a .lIb.dh' Cot Town. of Lawtey. m of 'f of of Blk 3 8 of R 1

No 108, northbound, due Starke, of of lots HllrbwlL"34 S .. all a W14 lot IN of Lot Ry 18 In Town Sec. n of 14 Lawtey II ----II 1J! II II 111''' Annie Lou Oodwln n.n 8 ill of*that portionoof181k .S.

A:53: p. m. lot T ____________1' 1 tl. Unknown.. _ ...01Blk of R" In aeea II Ie IIII II 0.0. A. half Seo Rim line Temple. of
An4ereon ... Sub
,J 11 lots Hampton E .0 11
Starke" div
\Vaone Branch
.. .. Lofl1'.w8".Ccfl: : l""tr: ; - --------a. S --'
Shores b.lnlr .b- dl" ,_II 6 II IIr. E. n..Harmon NIi1Ii of811V, It 11 Unknown - -- t
e No. X01 leave Stark 7:00: a. m. of lot. I 4 1 a aU lot I N Lot 63 L.wt.r Eof UI N14 of of SEW. f 8 U 10 J. J. ruby ----"'
;'3 of bl.bwaT a W34 of lot RY TI'.w8".co.f: $4 26 _d6 BE1G of ItW14 2
No. 102 arrives 2:40: m. II IIr.m.
: 14 :
p. T .. ____.1 T II Unknown _ .... Lot 10 '1'.W'ccf Lawt.y Eof n. Harmon __ U. 9A Ez1\o A_ 1$
lots By : :, $3 14 1631 I 8ID" - --_--- -.t9 1 II 4 Mo.e.. ElI ar..bam y-
Closing of Mall But Bhor.e It -being 11 a Hampton.b-dlv. Lot 18 Otto Sub DI"I.lon I" It Mr.. E.: n. Harmon .... 14" of BWy of 8E" a .m

of Lot. I . & all Jot East Lawtey ,. .... 3AofSWyofBWl4of .HI
I -" - LI..I. WIIU.ms _ 8E14 _
-
South '
.0$
----2f I U ,II Mr. Edna Toma18 -
+ I N of highway a W44 of Lob 18 U 11 OU. Sub- DI.vldon 1. NDf

Train 107 _u. --._ 10:10: m. lot 1 ---_____It 1 II. bea4or. Gordon _ .... In East Lawter: -_ _ D Co Itlal.w In NW 8EV. of SW14. .x I A. tl
Lot 1 of Bile 10 Hampton Com at Nil Cor __ 11.1 cor - ----- . I It Pullum _
Train 11, parcels. ___ 11:05 a. m. of NW" of iii&\4: of NEu of --- D. P. I.
Reach. W% of BWY aW14 NW\oi\ a.o 34 a: run II to N44 Of 8W"-of BE" -8. I It I 10 'J. M. Trnl ---
North of SEW. of 5W34 Sea III Cor of .ald 10 thence of 8D14 a B34
Train No. 12 Letters and parcels It a B44 of 8144. I 5 to land of L. H. Hill of NWV, of 81144 a: eEl' /1
of NE44. a a strip .alon. .. tb."e. W on line of paid NEu8of SW eI II 50 Mr*. Edna Thomas $
_.._. -, _-T-, 2:30 p. m. N side crf NIC" of cm1{ land 110 ft th.n..e 8 811- of y 2 1 U 19 E. I(. Thoma _---"--

Train 108 -.-......__ 5:30: p. m. bounded 8 bT l..k. all InIt 1 U Eleanor: y Sharpe 1.11, tt thence W 100 It N loo4 80" It NEl4of of N.N
a 14o1
Casino bath hou. It II 419 ft th.noe northerly JT
Night mall close 6:00: p. m. rround. 61'11"> about 800at 1000 ft tben" 1J! U. NID14. -SW- ---II ''Awn II 11 Mrs: Ella, RIgdon -

} .Vann. Broach 100ftNa ft .. ......... II 'CoeofElof\ '
::' Lake ,, Nsm- E g :: BLPV- lw ill-U II '- Mra E n. Harmon 1t.1I }. ........9f I II 7 Co R. Cooper'.... -g

a Mail obese ___, 7:00: a. m. ton Beach W14 of BW ,... " 1. Nm\4\ U 6 II 6 Yonng'a N1 I Eli A. o In NP31- -----11 I U 40 Otis_lAacb _ ___

l Mail arrive --.:..- 2:40: p. m. a W}{, of eID14. of SW' W I A. of 14EV! of 11114 of Ch&ndler 1,03 N1 o8W34 BW\4_\ _001'_ of...8WV.., ..
,F Ben I" a n'h of SE'\i\ oaid. IW14 . A B l. S3 1II. 30. TnaIlJ' ----
1 - --- II II I 600
.. r Bin Bo Schedule!! ':..of NOllpofo: NW11 of W" of" N1II X34 I U 10 Ceo IT.ttleEenn.tt., ... Young __ I.n'.1It a A.f.-sw.4' 'ot"avt p
NE-
of N
NEi of of
I ''y Southbound-0:31: a. m.. 11:31: bounded 8 by'lake all8lad! T 11 n. I. KI14 _ "..11NID14. 8 of IiW'4 .of 8Sw.NW"U--U 6 II 10 Co C. Gunter I.u NW'4 0 fUbllo road --II 1:1: Us.s. Truby
I of BW'\i'\ ea road -.d4.., T U II n. B. Nolan 1f.01 E nf 8111\4\ of NID14 of I II 10 J. 8.Au.Uo.-_._._. 11.81 s1v14 .f a aU W\' of '
a.' m., 4:01: p. m., 6:81: p. m., 12:14a. : NE4: .. all E44pI
Com 110 ft W of 81D Cor of Wl .. t II of SID'4'
----- I L. H. Hili of NW" If
_.
of a run N Wit.. of NE44 of -.__ 1.11I
rn.Northbound8:60 8WW. NE14 NW" _II t U 80S. 8. BtarJlalr NH a N34 of SID fi
,about lOll f\\ to tll. center 8m14 of 8EV of 11.811 of yrod aN14
SWIi -II
1:23 6 II
a. : It W.
: 1Do. p. JL
of a ditch running' m a y Andrew. 11.11 of NWl4. -"f4 S3 73 Mr. Celia CarterS3 -- ...
'' An sw" ofW14 .1 "
y m., 4:07: p. m., 7:03: p. m., 4:43: a. W th."o. 81 about 110 ftth.no. W of $Inp.l.r road 8B11i_III I II AU NW14 OfNID14 N of pub'S 80 J. W. Whit _----
4
10 a NID dl .otlo" N Ada Andr.", _ 4.2. 110 road _
-
t m. along !be oeot"r of said ' 8W\4\ of 8EW.- 1... I 37 t 33 17 B. 1t $. Thomas ,
ofefaEllaOWVW0LR7 A In
Tickets and information at ditch to tho Ji1 line of LNBi4 NW 00. a l A I. NJD eor.1T _ _ >L
S3 SB Ben :Johnson
1. Smith's Service Station, next to \ tbena a to a1l1 oar .' -a .. _' .. I II I\(, of 8W1 of' HE14 'a -
; courthouse. of said NEI4. th.llc. W tobe.O ef N1{ of NE { of Sm'411 S II 11 Arthur Lee .. :. I," HW'4' of 8E14.a' IE\4\ of
F_ A also eOID .t &\ of SW14 _0'811114! oe 1.11j :

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ru ter, will offer for sate In front of 1 -
PfC8TOR' .UID CRED the courthouse door In Starke, Flor. 480*feet *to nce***, thence South I I Taxes Tares

1'0 ITORI Ida, during the legal hour of sale I thence North 450 East 1060 feet, Deserlptl.r See. T. .. A. 0......* .e% ".*<. DeeerlMIe ._ T. It. A. Owner .A Costs
o-wlt, between the hour of 11 a. m. feet to point of beginning I
I ell and 3 p. m., Monday the Srd day of I South Rang.in Section 17, Township, :, Addition to Stark. In of SBU of SBU of 8EU T SI O. K. Prince _?___ 7.19-
II j seteeagtvdlstrlbut August, A. D., 1981, to the' highestand portion' of 13 EMtABO all ate NWU of NWU South of II In SBU of BEH com
r. ari IsI best bidder for cash the follow. : Northeast the East Half of I 9th at _!!_IS B II-D. C. :ton.. ..II Il4 ft Id of SW our of
II p.r of !Hur: : Inrr described property, situated ID Quarter of quarter, of the Southeast I Lot t 3 of Blk C Rising' aid SBU of $Ee 4 run
; the ea to Bradford County, Florida:, to-wltt Section Twenty-three Addition to /Stark In N 660 ft B 848 ft 8 BBO ft ,
>, are ydull .uthentl- The Southwest quarter of the "Y"1 lies} Southlol' Rang* Middle--t NWU of NWU South of W |4t ft to bear ____..19 1.. 8 Annie I*: Harper __ ".n
th.lr (!Ialm eo. A. Gardiner Northeaat quarter of the Southeast Stance, 9th si _ ___-. ___38 1 S3 J. a Foppell __. Stl Com at SB) cor or 8eo 19 A "
0tit jiui Hef' Bradford eOllnty, quarter of Section 38, In Township containing Twelve sad now acres Lot 133t7 ot Blk 1 run W 860 tt N 815.8 ft
within one Tl-100 '* Addition to to of
approval 6, South Range Twenty-two East a pt bee thence N
for hl. no. containing ten acre more or less more or lees Stark In NWOf SWU-38 8 33 R. F. Demoreat __ 60.95 11.,1 ft K 10ft ft S 105 ft '
rom datfit nrbar.therato. And Also Eleven Acre of Land commencing B. K. PERRYMAN Lot 4 of Blk 1 Wynn' Addition 10 ilt ft S 111.1 ft W 410 --"
III 'd. at the Northeast corner of E. M. JOHNS BpeC'M. Muter to Stark.. In NW III ft to besr ____..-___l9 7 S3 D.. MT. Swindell _y.. :....'1
IOna pir their ald aebt he Northwest quarter of the South- Solicitor for Complainant.e of SWU - __ 38 8 38 Unknown - _---__-688 On. A In 810 Cor of NBU of
ueeted, to underel..ned.Ilhllt west quarter In Section 17 and run- I Lot 8 9 li> of Blk 1 Wynn's 8BU: of 8EU 19 7 S3 1 B. J Smith -_._.__-__ 4.17131k.
t pt Jul A. D UU. 7.to-H.t! Addition to Stark In f 17 18 In HamD tonl9 7 38 -.r. H. McOruder, _,__ II.IS
daY MAMIII) OAIFFI8.3lletratrx (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.) NWU of SWU as '. 33B R. F. Demoresi __._ '1.01I Lot 17 18 19 10 ot Blk 14
/ Estate of Enoch I Lot A B C of E lrtWynn's In Hampton _ --__--_19 7 S3 A. A. Durden ______111.1.
'Griftl., deceased I Addition to Stark In NWU Lot. I 4 ot Elk 14 In Hamp. .

-.q Descriptive .ee. T. R. A. Owner .A Taxes Oests I tot SWU. __ _____3.. 33B Boyd Holloway ___ ".11 ton .. __ U 7 SS :Mr*. F. P. Croft __ 1'.11S i
Let 4 A NIiof tract lot ELM Lot. 1. t oT"B"lk'"lB In ; ,
.HEIUFF' A.BIih run W 340 ft 8 108 ft K of Blk 3 Wynn'* Addition1 Hampton ._ _-__.-__._19 7 S3 Mr. F. P. Croft .__ 1.11 h
I II 340 ft N 105 ft to pt of to Starke, in NWU of Lot 14 15 of Blk 14, In ,

I ih t under and bY, beg _ _____.__...J 8 S2 m. M. Thomas _... -_ 11.011 8Wi4 _ ___ _,8 IIJoIr... Marl La one .__. 1.11 Hampton . _.__-___.__U 7 11 W O. Seal ___._ un
.c.rtaln of elt.eu- Com at a pt 880 ft S of N Elk 8 Dowll" ,'* Sub Div In Lot 16'3 t 9 of Blk l 14 A,
of lhuteaateathe 21lh da)' of, line of NWU of 8EU onE NWU of 8WA", Lot 10 11 11 of Elk 18 In

..arlnl'D 1880, I..u.d under I Ib side of Church lit A NW'4 SWUof.i B S3B ,B. J. Dowllng _..___ ".11 Hampton ? -------.19 7 11 *- A. A. McDonald ___.-_ 85.51
'and sereult al of the Cleric of run B 104 ft 8 5SH ft W Lot S of"Blk" t City NH of NEU SWU ot
nA COUrt ofthat Bradford oounh 104 ft to Church street .- Sub Division W. A C.'. NEU less t sit right of
0II eerto.ln ludementb thence N along said .t Addition to Stark In war A SH NEU of
rid court on wherein D. E. Knight 52Hft, to bee __._-__28 8 92 Mary M. Lee .. ,, t.Ct SWU of SBU' ____..38 S3B S). W, :Miller ___..308 NWU lees. t A In SE) oor.SONKU 1 It 18S Toss Ivey. Pollard ._? 11.75 l+
q and Hiram Prescott 3.ant W 105 ft of Fracl Lot 0 - -- Lot 14 of Blkl City Park A114, of NIn _____ 10 7 11 40 O. E. Harper _-__ .1.liI r
III Intlff 1 have o .nd of Blk 1 Ex S 52U ft Bub Division W. A C.:* of SEU --__.__rnrso 1 11 40 W B. Blocker .,?__ 19,61 Ix
'at public outcry the Original Town of StarkeIn Addition In S3B Christina Xahr __.. 8.08 H 13 1.. A of 8EH of SWU
I ell bidder for cash In front of NE% of SWU ________tt 8 13 Mr. Josephine Taylor _. ..II One Lot In Starke SWU bounded of 8EVIJ8 Lots lea II 1-3 8 A In SH\ oor ____30 1 31 11 Unknown _, _.__..__ 70
t Sub Div
of the court bow In Lot 6 7 of Blk 13 Original N by O. :J. of 8WW.
Orltfln 8
Bradford door County Florida Town of Stark In NEUof Sharpe 1 land W by Walnut by- .f SW" :20 1 It 8 John Bonn _____ U.tcJ a

hour of ml. on SWU _._. _28 8 13 J. C. Hunt st B ____ Mr. Eva Kllltan __. SS.13 NW\o\ of BE3Ce---------
legal - ?-- __,__.. 78.0T by Ry. ._J28 31 Cor _ __
SOtte 8rd day of Auuit..A. 3 H A In NWU of _-...______10 1 11 33 W. L. Bug ?_ 19.81 7r
Com 38 1 8 ft W of SB cor SWU 8 I In BE cor of NBU of
Kfii thee following d..crlb.dlilnll of lot 7 of Blk 17 A run N of Madison St known a. IW'" d'N34ofNW14eA1n5E
and being In BradfordKSJMi 105 ft W 30 ... ft S 10B ;J. G. Alvarei Re Blk % \ u 7 S3 13 L. R. Kalch .. .____ UO

y, to-wit undivided! interest ft to Call .t B 80 1.. ft NW In Stark cor told Ex to 1 lot J. In Cop _ .--"________nSWU 1 SS 43 Ine Ivey Pollard _...__ 11.04 q
L.
to beg Original Town of N"of 8
t O" acres off the southwest of. North-cor- Starke In NBU of SWU _28 6 S3 Sam Rosenberg _ _-117.41t Lot Peek _. ._ _______aa B 31B 4 J. W. Andrews, :Jr. .144.37 of HU NBU of _WH_ --_ A_31 1 SS 40 Wm. Kalchreuter ., 11.04 l
-.1 t B
7
[ quarter Her at NW cor of Call A bounded N by SH of NWVi- AN of 8W}
Knarler of road and SouthI Walnut St A run W on Call St. A E by Court St. AWHofSRy W34 of SW'4.to ,'
I of Northeast quarter Call St 149 ft 3 In to a In Cookiey'i Addition to N.,. olllE'4! _ __ '
111.11
_13 1 SS 180 Henry Friedman _ __ '
Kii"eet, quarter of Northeast pt of beg thence N 105 ft Stark _ _i_.___28 S3 J. W. Andrews, -35.44
2- Rrwrcipt seven acre off south WleftS106ftEleftto Two lot. In Cooky' Add S.. of81034 AE3.4o$34
Injection 10, township T south bear In Blk 17 Original _.. to Stark., bounded B by cr SW ,_ ----______13 7 S3 140 Unknown . ___ 1.n ;;
8E44AN
11 a.t. Town of Stark In NE% M. L. John land Madison .. ......, -- of !"}-_oWiSffi_ _____.%\ 4 7 St 380 Henry Friedman _ _1..... ;
St W
1. EPPERSON.At by of Mrs. of N
OW. of SWU _ __ _____;28 S3 D. B. Knight 41.lt
- N'i ______ 7
18 S3 80( East Coast Lumber Co. 46,71
Sheriff Bradnrdt..11 One lot on N elite of Call Chase A N by Cason ---.38 t S3 J. M. Mitchell _____. ..78.87B
W'i of NWFof IIIW'4 ____ I.n
H Florida. II 7 SS 10 1.at.: Andreu _ _
it County Beg at NW -
ft W Cor
street 63V4 B A by of Bay A One A wq on N side of 8WU
110 ft N A 8 bounded N by Madison 8ts A run N 105 of NEU R of and adjointtna ,

II.II CB I TO DEBTORS AND HKD1TOUI Jefferson street W by ". ft Bt W 8 880 ft to Broadway ; highway _ _U 7 S3 1 Nathan Du Hurst ....._ 1.119 5t
. > land of Vida V. Morgan Madison on said 8t 105 ft to .. N34 of HE" or 8m" _____11 7 S3 SO :Jyden Tarn _ ....__ 11.40-
8 by Call street A E by St thence B on AI{ of SWoI8 oRy13 3
Lie Is hereby that all Blk 17 Original Town of eald St sao ft to bear In AAy N'i ot" SW74 0'

.4 i orV l.s-atees. distributee* and Stark In NEU of SWU28 t 'S3 Sam Rosenberar _ __. 48,76 Stark _ ___-38 S3 *Mr,* :Josephine Edwards 7937 8W _ -.---___.. JI 7 S3 83 T. :J. A Luclnda Perry _- II.U ;'
Knii having claim against One house A Lot In Blk IS One lot In Btarke bounded All 8W'4 o f NW'4 Smoot ;
of J. W. Alvarez, decease known ae Starke House ,,' 13 .b W. M. Edward S .,.. ... Ex'l A ln NW"cor for
jute ,>
.
1, [;, hereby required to present bounded N by Call St W --.:......,"".'..... by C. A :Knight, A Mr*.. ItlJ taxe ._ _.____. 39 7 S3 It O. W Saxon _.___ u..iIt
claims duly authenticated, to by C. L. Peek S by H. V. '1 . Humphrey W 'by Broadway All SWU of NWU 8 of Ry r
''HO Oeo. A. Gardiner, countyif Knight E by J. C. Manning ., St A N by land of Ex 1 A In NW cor for
p . A L. Alvare _38 8 11 W M.: Edward _?___-_ 7.08 un taxes
of Bradford wit inyoFlorida, Original Town of n ---------j 1 7 S3 O. W. Saxon ___...._ 15.13
. hl. approval Starke In NEU of SWU _-28 t 22 D. E. Knight _.___-_.118,41 COn on Call St at : oor v."rr.r A11SWofNWSofgty t
L date hereof or this notice will E11'Aftot W% ofloell land owned by Mrs. 8. ." Ex: 1 A In NW oor ___._29 7 S3 It Q. W. Saxon _.____ 1483
UK In bar thereto. And all per. of Blk 19 Original Townof M. iJJ"ct" l.ut N 820 ft . '0/\ N% of NWU of SWU, of
.1f to 1/e; .. 1
Indebted to said estate are. re- Starke In NEU of Alvare SIJNE'4! of 8WU of

led to pay their Bald debt SW" "____.___21 6 33 D. C. Jones ..________ 11'.0' then W along Alvare SrcU A EH ot 8EU of
- Wit to the und.rel..ned.lIrd Beg 80 ft 8 of NE cor of 111 ft thence S 815 ft to 8W of SHU -- .- ___39 7 S3 SO Doriey Fort. ______ ::,41 :y
1 day of JnlTi A. D. 19at.j Blk 89 a* extended on Call fit thence E on Call I' S ..1 A of that portion of
; M. ALVARBJZ: Knsey'K A S 91 ft St Its ft to b-ft in Btarke I' NWU of NBJVi lying W of
..1 N. D. WAINWKIOHT.I : 'w 80 ft man N91ft180ftto run In NWU, of 8W-" -38 B 11 W M. Edward. :.___._ ".4. H. A. L. Ry right o? way.80 7 S3 C. B. Harper __._._. '..0 35,
.14 I Executor. Estate of J. W.1t..8 beg Original. Town of One lot of land In Starke Blh a 4 II Sub Diy of HBI4
- Alvare, deceased.ICE Stark. In NE% of SWU _S8EH 6 23 .:: A. W. Anderson 40.56 ll4ttNASby IloftEl] of 1
A W bounded H by San NWU - -_-______-1 S3 t C. m Harper ____.. 4r. 9S ,
of Blk 80 a* extendedon derson lane A 8 by Lob I 3 t 4 B of Blk 13 In 1

TO PFnTOni AND CREDITORS ft Ordinal En-ey's town Map of ex StarkeIn S 105 St _--_-____._Hoyt_II t 21 Mr. Mary Jane-, Green __ 17.05 Lot Hampton 1 3 4$0lofDlklb: 30 7 S3 Mr.. Essl Sparkman .._ It,53 b

NBU of BWW 38 6 S3B J. F. Houser ______ 11,SS One lot of land In Stark. In Hampton .._ ?_ ___30 7 S3 Hampton Development ;l lCo.
lottee IB hereby given that all Lot 1867 of B1ki8d.N.Johns 263 ft NASby210ft ...10B.6B
- - -----
liters, l legatees, distributees and Addition to StarkeIn I RAW bounded. N by St Lot. 8 4 B liT'" E.15 ft of )
I persons having claim against SE" of SWU __.___-28 S3B John R. McKinley -___ 7S.07 A E by Sanderson lane ..II t S3t J. W llarrell _.____ 33.18 lot S of Elk 39 In Hamp
ante of Anna G. Murrhee, dears Lot 8 of Ilk 35 3.-M. John 'On. lot fronting on Broadway e ton _ ________....80 7 S3 Hampton Development ,
1II d, hereby required to pre- Addition to Starke InE'4 1 St bounded N by old Co. _ ____.__ 11.,$ a
their claims. duly authentlt. $ of SW14--.JB S3 H. C. Wall _______ ..n county Jail 8 by land of 9 A com at Sw cor of NEU
to the Hon Cleo. A. Gardiner Lot 18 of Blk 86 :J. M. J. F. Colley In Starke_28 33t Robt. P. Jones '?.__.__ 28.73 of Njrau A run N 114 yd;
intr Judge of Bradford county, John Addition to St.rk.In Lot 18 14 19 20 of Hlk 8 I N 18. yds S 114 yds W I

k rids, tor his approval within one SBU of SWU __.___-28 I 23 A. W. Anderson ____ ..... R. N. Dnwllng'; Additionto nl yds to beg _________80 7 S3 t W, H. Maxwell __._.___ Ie."
t from date hereof, or till. no- Lot 1 3 of Blk 87 J. M. Stark In NE% of _. NEI4 of NW\-\ A all NW'4
I will be held In bar thereto. And John Addition to Stark 8EU - _-_----J9 S3B R. F., Demorest .__ 31.04 I oC"NW% 19 of fly$1 7 32 44 A. O. Thoma. __-___? 11.8 .f
ptrione Indebted to said estate I In 8EU of SW% _____-28: t S3t D. C. Jones _____ 77.07 Lots 39 80 11 82 88 A4 85 Lot T of WH of NWU ...,-_81 7 S3 10 A, O. Thomas ..___.__ 1.1'
requested to pay their said debt Lot 1cxN9l ft &N19ft 84 of Blk I R. N. Dowl.Ing' Lot 11 14 of 'l1fJc 11 p"
iMilth to the undersigned. 1 of Lot 0 of Blk 1 Livingston Addition to Stark Hampton Park NW of
has Ira day of July A. D. 1981. Truby A Co' In NEU ot 8EU: _29 S3B R. F. Demorest ___? 11.49 SHU of Beo 11 HW 1 0'
N. D. WAINWRIGHT.Adminetrator I Add to Starke In W% of One lot 105 ft oq In NW Cor N1iV'4 WH 0| NW : of
Estate of Anna O. I NEI4 I S3t W. C. Jones .___.___ 19,03 of Madison A Orange St. 5W% _ ----.1 7 13 Unknown . . ...___ .... Sa
.It.1-18. Murrhee. deceased Lot 8 of Slit THivIngstonTruby In Stark _____39 13B :J. L. Simmons ..._____ 82.66 BU of "HH- of NEU NWU
A Co' Add to Elk 1 In daskln Add to of BI3U NH of NBU Of
I Stark In WH of NEU--28 S3B O. C. Livingston __._.- II." Htark _ ___89NEU 33 4 Edward Burn .' .__ 77.77 aWE Ml -- -. _*Kea>eekkH.. ....$8 1 12 100 Purden A Saxon ._..._ 47.lt ?
OT1CB OF APPLICATION FOR Lot 4 5 of Blk I Livingston of NWU A K] 6 A.of o f NWU .- .. ____84 1 U 40 Durden" Saxon ._.__ 1I.n
TAX DEED Truby A Co's Add to N% of NW% of NWU __89NW 8 S3 45 R. F. Demorest __._ 81.58 Com at NW Cor of NBU\ of 4
Starke In WH of NEU-JI8\ 13B -.r. W. Edwards. ...____ 85.28 S10Aot U & NEU A run 8 885 'dio R
itlee Is hereby Given, that J. F.sae Lot t of Blk Livingston SI4 of NWI4of S 10 AT of 151H yd* N 185 yd* W
holder of Tax Certificate Truby A Co' add to SWyl of NWU __.______11..0 M. J. MoRae ..____ 41.37 11I1 4 y.b to beg-SO A A I
i lit the 6th day of Auiruet A. 'I Starke In W% of NEU -28 S3 R. J. Davis _______._ '.3S SWH. of 8WU A of SHU of Nffi\% lee I A In
1111 has filed said certificate indire Lot 1334 of Blk S LivIngston SWU A 8H 'NIJd't! of NEco0AAlnWcor- .

i k let and Issue made application for Truby A Co' 8WU A NWU\ of S3 A ... ___?___?_!11I 7 11 81 W. W. Packham ..____ 88.81 v
to isecordtvHklaw.
thereon In Add to Stark In WH of Ny 0' SW\4. of 819\4\ As. 7 A In SB Cor of BWU ofaVBJ '
.Said certificate emernetollowing NE% -_._..____..21 S3 Unknown _ ___.. 16.75 Aln NHJ our of SBU o{ Vk ---------------3 Sof 7 S3 'C. A. Toungblood .. _, T.'10
,.'luttd In described prop- Lot 6 of Blk 11 Livingston, SWUi.. _,_ __-,,__]11 8 S3 let W. M. Edward ___ ".11I A BU -- ,
Bradford county feShhIyoofNNWI4
A Co'* Add In WH EH of NEU of BBU ex A WU I of
N tooth halt of Southwest quark of NEIl. u __ 28. 22B Lorenio Green _ _.. 3.7t about B A In SB cor A SHBU BWU of NEUKx 4 A/for ;"

.IBouth..t quarter. Section 11, Lot 1 14 ASI4- Lot S, of EH of BBU of road _. ? ____..___.88 7 S3 tt P. H. Neat _.______ 11.48
Iwiulilp T South Ran g 11 East, 18 of Blk U. Livingston W% of NBU of SBU ex 4 Beet right tnti W eld. of n
inning 10 Truby A Co' Add to A In SW cor A NWU of Ry of way on Sea
a The ......m.nt acre of said property Btarke In W of NEIL ..28 S3B W. M. Bryan ___.___ ..... 8EU of NBU __ ._ ___._.33 8 S3 41t.: T. :Jones ..._..___ 40.47 line A run N of right of H
dune said. certificate Issued was Lot 10 ot Blk 14 Livingston 4 A In BW oor of NE% of way 70 lads W 88 yd* 8 70
I till name of J. A. Klllebrew. Truby A Co'. Add to BEU com at SW Cor A yds to said Sea line .
lUilin said certificate shall be reK Starke In WH of NEU _28 S3 Verna .rohn. _ ____._ ".11 run N 183 I.' yd* thence thence B to b.eA In
med according to law. tax deed! Lot 11 14 of Elk If Livingston Southerly 318 yd* thence srcu\ of SWU\ ____-._.IO 7 II-C. A. Toungblood __.__ '.7t
I..e ther.on on the 8rl day of Truby and Co' 8 arJ 1-8 thence o"8 line of SBU of NW% of SWU .___84 7 11 10 Clyde Hall . _.____ 1.0.
Add to Stark In WH of 40 W to beg SBU of BWU of NWU Ex
9 lipS "hll'le1"day of June A. D. NEI4. _ _._"___-48 1 11 Unknown . _______ SOS also 8 a A of EH of NEU 1A In SWcor A K AA -
Lot 7, f IG 11 of Blk T7 of 8EU __.-__ .-.33 t S3 7 Hill Investment Co. .-. lost of NWM of NWS'4.8 W
I (7. W. ALDERMAN. Livingston, Truby A Co'*. Com at BW cor of SWU of % f --w--
I. Clerk of Circuit Court Bardllt7ll. Add to Stark In WH of NEU A run N 364 ft B .' e : ... .01/ 1 II 37 W. A. Jon. ...-....._ 11.13, '
| ford county. Florida& NEI4 . ..._ 78 < 22 R. F. Demoreit ..___ 18.4 330 ft 8 14. tt W 330 ft 1 A In SW of $E3 of
Lots 8 7 of Elk 37"Livington to beg ..__-_.___?IS 6,22 3 Leah Gregg . ____ 11." HW% of NGV _ _._.. 1 II 1 John Hall __._.__ 1.88
OTICIII OP APPLICATION. !' FOR Truby A Co' Add All SH of 8EU\ B, of 'Ry All 8V4 of of G
_.._ 11." 1 A =.. B S3 S Unknown _____ NWU NEU B
: Coleman 4.11
TAX DEED to Starke In W% ot NEU3SWH t 33 S.t. - -- -- -_- of Ily :._._.-.__ I 1 II 14 Theressa Turpentine Co. ".11 t'
of Blk t Livingston t Lot 8 of Blk 7 Lincoln City \ of fewv of NBU. Bx W6SEV
Ijotlce is hereby given that J. F. ruby A Co's Sub Division In SH ct SBU W of Ry-Jl 6 22 Clarence Osteen _ .__ .." of NBU or .
holder of Tax Certificate of NEU of NE 4 ____28 8 23 Rosa Cox _ ______ 13.03 Lot 8 of Blk II Lincoln ANW14 of KKH} 3WU 3 33 75 Cha.. R. Oeteler'$8.84
> ..lIS.. the 4th day A. Lot 1 3 A E: 81 ft of lot City In Sip 1 : SBU W of W B A of 8H of H -Ot a-,
?. has filed said certificate In S4ofBIk16AIota 13 P* -- _?_ 33 8 S3 Dan Jenkins: _ __....., .... NBU A SEU of WU 3S',4 B S3 45 R. M. Hersey ____ SI.>0 !w
[ office and made application for AE3ftoflots" 34ofBllt 5H A Com at W cor of NH of NWU of 8WU _._ 3 B 83 SO O. Wackerman __ 9.71 ',
deed to 'Iseu thereon In accord- It Livingston Truby ACo's NWU of SW14ArunSon Beg. at a pt on W side of
With law Sub Division of NEU Sea line to a post thence S
Said certificate Ry right of
i the following described props emu of NE% _ _____-_28WH t S3 Annie Coleman ___ .0." B to within 40 ft of the line of Sea 8 A way run on H on N k
s altaat.d In Bradford county ; of lot 1 3 A all lot.a4ofElk17AWI4 center of Ry thence N W IB
efliito" .wlt1 of parallel with Ry to N line r1.h01.wlo;" .tOJ'I. seo
i T :a half of Southeast quar- lots 1 S A all lot 4 of Blk: of said NWU ot SWU line thence B on sale. line
of. flutmrt? !! quarter Section 10 18 Livingston Truby A thence W to beg ___--IS t SS 8 :J. T. Jones ______ (..37S3 to beg-$.. A In NEU of ii
1 South Ran. 11 Haatl Co' Bub Division of NBU' All NWU of SWU H of Ry .. .' NWU . . __. S I II 1 O. A. Younglood __' .1' k
the eu.smacre. of NBU\ _--__.-1 II-D. P. Pullum __ 40.58 Ex about 3 A la BW cor.ll I1 32 H. D. Hunt __...._.__ .38 BU\ -. _---_".___ __. II A 140 O. F. WaoUerman N AI v
des f said property Block 35 St Livingston Lot 1 1 of Blk i J. M. EH A. BH of SEU of NWW,. 6 ''I 140 O. 11'. Waokerman _111."
i.the said. certificate Issued was gbljvl.tn Company'* John Sub.. Division of Air ____"_10 t .1 140 O. F. Wackerman141.41
P! name of J. A. Klllebrew. : of NEU ofNEU ofof NBU --______...38 6 S3 A. W. Anderson ..._.__... 7.80 WNW H"oNi5rr! '
*ekes said rtlflcate. shall be 1".- _ -___ ____-S3 8 S3 Livingston, Truby Co. 1.78 NH' % of NBU Ex: 4 of NWWr,4 i
ill med according' to law. tax deed Lot 4 of Blk 37 Livingston A in NWcor A EY, of H1'JW of of55W34
iseue thereon on the 'rd day of Truby A Co' Sub Division SB cor A NH' 3534or .. pH. 01 NWI744
efu.t D"t., A. D. 1111. of NEU of NEU ____38 6 S3 A. O. Jenkln __..-,_ .... NWU of NEVI\ ex 8 A-.I4 B S3 14 :John A Morgan __-... 18.03 of NWI4 ofll II .0 R. 8 Zimmerman __ 30.83 kif
this Itth day of June A. Lot 8 of Elk 37 Livingston, % A In NE oor of NWU of S4 cf II''", of SWIiA 1e t-/

lll. Truby A Co' Sub Division .... NW'4 -/4 B 33B L. C. Powell ________ 344 of 8" of IIE\4\ ----.-- 11 1 II 110 F. 8. Wetmer _..._. ..... f
ALDERMAN, of NEIl of NBU _.__11 8 S3t Leanna Aaron. -- N34 otNW"(, of 5E34 x.34 S3 30 Idemi Eros _ 14." WS4 of IIE% 0111 .
.I' Clerk of Circuit Court, Brad. Lot 1 3 or EH!: of BUt 13LIvlngston.Truby SW'4 cf NWU _.._tS 8 S3B 40 John B. Thomas __.-__ 33 14 1\rW% _ o-w 1 1. 1 Unknown : _?____ 8.IT
-7'1'- ford County Florida. A Co' SE'4 of NWi' _---11 33 40 Minnie Geiger _ _.._ 19.7t E34 of 8W1,6 __ II 1 U SO Salvation Army __.. ....1 '
Sub Division In NEU of Lot I of Blk 1 Lake .
$7of NWU !
NOTICE of NEU\ _ .:;._--....' 28 S3t Lillie Sanders . II." ley Height No. 1 Klnl. deeded to Rosa EX.. Manning 10-91 A t '

In the matt LotIAN16ttofLotlot 03432% :. f/ t .31B Unknown _ __....: 1." 1909 A 1 A c ,
Lot I I "of Bfk i Lake"Klnireley toufio'I': ,1IJo
Oreen. .aloe of 3.. of Blk S3 Livingston Tru a ; A Bx B
.. dee.aM4. by A Co* Sub Division of Height No. 1 aide N of lake
'1.! Is hereby given to all p.re NE% _____--S3 22t Emma Hughe. _ ?- .... NE% of NBU" 38 S3 Randolph Glover _, ._ 8.47 right of way A A Ex Kx: : road Hy ai

riant Interested sod appear In at the the above office of estate the BI NEiof:; A JN'gI'io'Z': :' : : of- Lot Klngeley 11 II of Height 51k 11 No.Lake 1 Beg right on of B way side _of_..BBU-_..of.--.It 8 S3 1Mr... W. A. Jones ___._ ...... 4

Judge at the oourt. house In NE% of NBU _______-_ <8 S3 A. O. Jenkln _ ___ 11." NBU of NEU -..&_.-_..88 a II Alto Warrlck ___ Itt NWU on N edge. of Bedford 4
Be. toth6deyyof Florida, on Lot 1 4 of Bile 41 Llvlng, NW% of SWI(, ---21 .a 40 Asa Hunter ___ 19.71 lake A Run W S10 ft
elk . July ri ltal, at ":00 aton. .Trait,. A Co' SubDivision ..' BU of 8W ot NWU I 7 II 30 Mr.. Leah Sapp ___ 10." N 42* a K 310 ft to U. .
".... ti ekV.0' said' Ga?. Tben.n.. of NEU of NEJ6 S3t James D. Fraakll 1...1 By of SBlTof SWI* I 'I II 'OJ.; W. Edwards _____ 14.91 see line thence B 430 ft
iietii. .. If why Lot 1 3 of Blk 43 Livingston 8KU of NBU Of SWU 3 7 12 10 Mr. Agne. Simpson ,_ 7.tt to beg _
Annie .. _--11 8 33 1 Larken B. Sleeon ..._ LOS ;4
*. of "- OreeiJ WldU4 Truby" A 0,'. SubDivision BBU Of BWU of 8BU --4 .1 10 Ida Simmons _ 8.41 .
to haws her child' part In the of NEU' !: of NBUS8Blk 28t Unkoowa . ..'I' NEU Of NBU' of NWU 4 l'' II 10 Ida Butter .__...--. '.U One .Clr..ea lying P..ll.1with u
laid off set apart and NBU of SWU all NWV By rl.b"of
w3 her In accordance with 44 Livingston TrubyA E14 w'of' Ry A aL NW eor 01 8% 01 NWFI4..11 S II t H. R. A Shellla. hooter 3X88 y ywiI

t..and not b. Sr NBU Co'of Sub NEU' Division____ of 38H 13 A. O. Jeakln . -. 11." 8w1(, of SBU W of Ry A. o' N" ._....__li 1 la 30 p. H. Drake _______ 48.88
a -- of .
o .. N of A
Branch
Flor. S. of Lot 3 of Elk 43 Livingston all EH\ of 44d ft of 5E34 ofEi of '

Wltll.Iner.,*. tI*. Honorable. George A. Sub Division, Truby of NBU A, Co'of 8BU.of poi SWVi N of t T 13 tt H. L. Bow ?_,....1...., off tot" $10 ft of. NDM of .f'" ,

rt BJudge * the Probate __ . .38 tt Arthur SlmmoB _ lisp Beg 310 ft NW oor of
hOf, .or* County Florida, NEo-NH- -of Lot 8 of B1k' NWU of NEU A rue 8 310 8W" Ex W 3 A 'ak.11 3 II 39 Lawrence Developing ,

Of.J jtTnV said. court, this. te.i.F 3 Davis A Truby' Addition ft B ISO ft N 310 ft W ID Co. .' . -...?....-, .., 1B.U
oi'ORaJII to Stark In NB Cor 430 ft to beg 8 "I S Mile Robinson/ _ 1,01 # ft of M1II% .f SEsot
12tt) A. OARDINBR.; of BBU of NWU W of Lot of SJCH: -____ a 'II 80 Ore** Mfg Co. ....._.., .o.n S3':2'7 4_..., _ .-.1$ I II { Unknown . ______ '.-..f.H r
County Braddock ..... t Davis Bros. A Tr.. 8111'4..______
Judge.Florid RJ'-, -, t tt A. B. BN vyy7 11 I II 8 Mr*. .Jessie L Ingraham ,....
1/it-}-liBradtord Coun." *. B111-i Ad by- Sub Div B 1 tt 10 J. K. Truby:_,...-..... '.'1' 4 o A JII. JD '',rA

IelQ I Lot dittos 8 of to Stark Temple In NBU I.. Let of It or NWlio' .t Ej4 8 ,.1 tttt 48 W. M. Edward r....... 2Lf1NE All NE74. Ea t6 10 "m lalt. __--1. I II 4 D. a Stewart .. __.aid4. '

or ........ an-CTTAataat of NWU' Part of W%, of. I \% .. .....-f f 10 O* ar Octeman _ .11 R\40\ afNw' By of "
dce NBVtw, of Ry A NB oorof Carter 10.'I NKU. ot'swu'\ ...: :-_ 9 T 83 40 H. A. Kennedy n." SlSE AEx!: 4 .
?n 'I. SS Mr* Cell $ II
r 84 3.
? bereby f NWU ... 3I 1W 1.-1 Bdw. Larsen .._ I..,. '1
aft. given that ..Ixtyled BKH NW I4 of BBV I 7 33 4* Emily W. Lyon n.n NE% of a Q.4NlII ,

..11. a.fJ\7/M. \ .n I ter us.; Lot Addition 8 7 of to BIle Starke 7 Temple InN N% of KBU of NWU .A NH N'lor of 5E34 0' NE14!: I II 4* F. 5. Wetmer __ II..'
aell of BWU of NEU\ A SWVi
&dtnlnl.trator I II 330 O. F. Waokerntan _U....
d'Dben. I> of th* estate of of BWU of HE 1 33 Itt.: 'W, Edward ____ 11.10 NE14 "' NEj4 AI Tr ill "q;\
- 2gb decreed will protL W coorfOf:sVofN; U*_*. t S3 B. W. Hays ...-.. .. I." BBU\ of MWU, of NEI4.1.* T II .. Mr*. Agne* Slmpo. 7.11 8Eo':1' -. __._._..-17 1 II 30 Q. F. 'Wackerman. ......
lb.W2SB Set. . Gs diner NLot.E 14 of N34 of NBU. of SWtt __II T.' 30 Sidney. V,.Orlffl.* it.OI 01 m"N-II-i -I __-_. 17 S II 30 O. F, Wackernumof 38.87 "
:'1 judge .. I 3 3 4 WHo wwu BEU, *f Lot S U ">H of >11
acids and ak of Bradford for County Elk 11 Temple Addition of i 3 -. .. IB 7 13a '130 Mr*. B. B. :Dee I.... ...!!W".H tot 1. <)f BBVI.31 S3 340 O. F. Wackermaa ..,..,
elleah.r.. .his approvalOw' to Stark la NE SWH KBU .........-.10 f 40 Mr. B. B. Dee) -.--.. 1'.11 ," "' ....% NWI4 _II'' 8 S3 300 ,O. F. Waokerman _._ 73.74 ".',I
ae snob admlnlay. *- NEIl W ofaB7 of NB Wji cos SBU of SWU .IB; 7 33 40 I... Ivey Pollard 15,33 W.II'4I11Of NE4. 06 NEIL ___14 a S3 10 Mr*. Jessie L Ingraham. f." ,'"'
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Thte IIDC : Unknown . ..... .. 43.13 NBU of SWU NWUof 01 Clay road in 8111 '11
day 1 II -
of ___II '
Itlt. of SBU: of NW% 534 - 11112ell 3. XT. Pollard Cor 01 .JC% 0 BIII'4 ,..U I II I Lawrence : .,
Developing!
.4t717 B. ,). DAW, Lot Ills of Elk 11 Tom- 5E14: of NE% JI Cartla Deee ._ f n.n. ;
r 7al.al..ft __ Co.--- .___..___. 4.38 "
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Stark In .....
AdministratorsanMtf pie Addition to 8%, of SBU 17 Ine Ivey Pollard l1.a. % .. I< ____ -34 S 31 40 Lawrence Dvlopbi p'

." NBU of NWU Pertrof .W f6of W Co. . . __ It."
.TJta.. SALE WH of NEUW SHf NWAof All NH of SU of I'r
II -IDyelFIi Lld4on 1.... of 4.NWpAy' NE ofS
38 I ally
by NE nor of 8U of NWU Tern- SWU 3* A ciNE lae A NfflU! ot of 9 9f"

See 'it-notice.. of I. given that under Lots 13 Addltl.14 of.."Elk to Stark.II In % oTSWU\ .-18 T 33 110 B. 0, Pyal ?.... A.._ 4LS5 A InTnafcTrTf iiiir'U M 40 Ruby A., payee .. ..... M 83.74 .
0 that certain final of All HH of NWU of SWU *
ad. .r the roreelo..r. the W14 of cf NW'\a. fart i ,. NEJ4' : of SWV4 8 of OT 8.Ry Lake .._ _, al. M 3 Lawrence Developing Ill,
ford Clr"ult Court in nA for NE :'E SE\% of N.3/ 1 II .. R. Oebom BLSt Ea1A In BU 1'fW1,6' of wu Co. './7 ;'
p of CoUnt'bP'h>rlda, cor I Cor i HJD Ii 06 5WI w.' 06I c"U 3 H 40 ToneVMIt'cheffTr 1M.j.. '1
J.o1jDh E. In fav of Lot. 1 I 2 of Elk 11 I 8WI(, - __1. 1 tt SO Belaud John . 18." 811I'4"1 [ 8W% otNv ; ;;;.
'V1I.oft .. .... to Stark InI A to Church A. JCa
,.. tAquldse ear yNIEAdditionNW Cent fOW of !A. .0. of .. A 1440 4th,

ttJo: COuatJ'' Bank a siesta. r"'i tJ.. n t wHI .flU: t. ao MoL.od$6 MeOolll A B* I .4 11 7 Isaac MlteH ......" ;;{y''
JY. : n. ... J1 .. bdf'.nl.'I'U _
The 5der.lgned.. a 1rJ I 111j fk a : ; :"IlWIA-lt: t ,II ..eMrs.. WH I., of SeE a_1 A-lot..la_.SW.- ._oor... f 't.waft.. XlkrottUr . M 4*.M fJ'A aefi _' .. .. C....... -& Deals. 16.11. r.

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PAGE EJOIl'1' BRADFORD COtOfTY TELEGRAPH SIARKB. FLORIDA' FRIDAY, 1tL1
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I $ )4,1; : Bradford- County Telegraph Bureau were under of Standards.the supervision The of tests W. I. __ -

11'i I From Other PensWe I GRAHAM A. Jacobs, automotive enginer of I[ ""HELP("

; Established 1877 MU 0.l. M.. ....t... Con the Bureau of Standards, and WU- '
p
.._. liam Wolma of Chicago and Mor

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class vote for additional taxes Thorns Mllla ris Carrier of Brookln, motor ve- -

r Starke Florida ourselves and then seek The death angel visited our com- hicle engineers of the post office
I Matter at the Post Office at upon relief
munity Friday morning at 2:25: department.
;
,. from the legislature. We will
: and took from our midst our friend .
,,4 'ES. Matthews ____________________. Owner and Publisher get relief when our bills are paid.- Mr. Thomas :Mills.Mr. .

J, C. Robinson' ______ :__._______________ Managing Editor Starke Telegraph. That Is the Mills was a devoted fatherto ,
fact. The tax on real estate is a bU family of even children. He vRNMEN' a

e SUBSCRIPTION RATE I Joke compared to the tax to pay was a good neighbor and friend to Ell..MILLERCo. *.. COSTS
all who knew him. Mr. Mills ,t
'''i Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable !in Advance bonds.-Delray Beach Hammer. leaves to mourn his lose his wid-
r o ow, seven children son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Dock McNeal and
.: Advertising Rates on Applications
Tired Woman's Epltah grandson; tour sisters' and five son James returned to their homein t, 1. J i I, 4 ,
''''Here lies an old woman who always brothers and: a boat of friends. Dukes after a visit Jn Winter

s p : Patronize home industries first. was tired i Funeral services were held at the Beach with relatives.We J 7d,
P o-_._. For she lived in a house where Baptist church Saturday morningat are sorry to hear of the
help wasn't hired. 11 o'clock, by Rev. L. C. Smlta. death of Irene Tyra which occurredat
1 ,i '{ The legislature has gone to bat again. tier last words on earth were 'Dear Interment was at Mt. Sinai ceme her home in Lulu last Wednesday -
y' o -.- friends I am g ing. tery. evening at 5 o'clock. Funeral
r : 'y Where cookln aln't done, nor services were held at the old Swift
I -
; Schmelling put Stribling in a frigidaire. churnln: nor sewin', Creek grave: yard near Providencelast
: a ,yt I'll be there where loud anthems Mr. and Mrs. Felton Craves and Thursday morning at 10(
.t will always be ringln' baby, are spending their summer o'clock. She Is survived by her
There dull times for the advertiser. vacation. here with their parents.
are no But havln' no voice I'll get rid of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Tyre
'fiq r' o the slngln'. Their home Is In Lake Wales and four brothers and two sisters
I Miss Carrie McKinney has re-
9 : r rt? 4t. Usually you get out of life just what you put In it. And my everything wishes there'll be just to turned to ther home here from .
Lake: Wales. Bunnell-Plans being made to
0--- For where they don't eat, there'no
Misses Pauline Mills and Delma rebuild< water supply system at
'
Daytona Beach wants the frolics to last: all summer. , washin' of dishes.Don't Surrency have returned to their high school building.

n _-_-_-__n_ mourn for me now, nor positions in Tampa. Miss Mills be West Palm Beach Phillip
mourn for me ever lug called hereon account of the' O'Connell opened law offices In Citizens -
As one legislator says, "And the worst is yet to come." For I'm going to do nothing'forever death of her father.; Bank building. s !
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and ever.1 -SeIected.Bill's '
o Miss Cleo Reynolds of Tampa, .

The legislators are really humans-they've shedded their' ----.o- spent the fourth here with her June 30 was the 25th birthday of :::. 4'
In the Legislature mother Mrs. % '
Etta Raynolds.Mrs. the Federal Food and Drug Act, 1'aYER
f coats. Wester and son, Roy Jr., the law which Insures citizens that
t, -0 (Gainesville Dolly Sun:) also sister Mrs. Odell Abernathy, r they can't go far wrong when bUY-

I've got a letter, parson, frommy. and son. Jack spent the week-end ing canned foods or drugs if they
time to wants
The fellow who wanted summer come, now -
here, with
friends
I son away out west, and relatives. read the label.
a? it cold. And my' old heart's heavy as an Mrs. Roberts end daughter of 1.:#; ?
anvil In breast. Lake Butler, are visiting their son
o my I. : Arcadia -* Soda Shoppe on De-
and brother, 'Mr. C: B. Roberts PakbSffR
..1, 5 Cold feet are an asset in summer time and a liability'in' 'To think the boy whose future I !I Mr.; and :Mrs Wiley Edmonson Soto avenue being. renovated.' Prow iAe 6awue.lto cow./or Jowr.u

l cold weather. had once so proudly planned announce the birth of a nine-pound Stuart Supreme Lunch Restaurant C-rby .1 Rails,
-o Should wander from the path of baby girl. The little miss has been to reopen. :
right and come to such an end named Lois. .
Yon never hear of a Floridian dying from drinking anti- Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Graves*of ", ..: :". ."'"::,. '-' : : ,.: :..--'- ,::'.:""-:= -- '. @. ".,
; freeze mixtures. I told him when he left us, only Savannah Ga;, and their friend, II
_ three short years ago, Miss Leona Foster, spent fourth OVER \VOR/I.:'''
o Ho'd find himself a plowin' in a with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. NERVESc..v AnnouncingTHE
.; Every girl may not have "it'; but every one is the only mfghty crooked row. A. Craves. -
Mr, and Mrs. Rufus Jones and
t+ one to some one. He'd miss his father's counsel, family of Tampa, spent. the,fourth THE OPENING OF

a and his mother's prayers, too. here wIUl.lrlenda.\

Here's hoping the third<1 session!: of the legislature will be But he said the farm was hateful Mrs. Dan Byrd of Tampa, is visIting TALKING PICTURESAt
and he! guessed he'd have to go.I a few weeks here.
on extra short one. ? Mills Jettle Thomas and friendof

_ o '_ know the big temptations when Tampa spent the week-end herewith the

There Is no closed season on the guy who asks how the youngsters leave the nest Miss Thomas' parents
Cut I believed our Bill had the >. .
_- hot weather suits you. courage to resist. P. O. DEPARTMENT" Gaiety TheatreSTARKE

__ 0 BUYS TORD TRUCKS
And when be left I warned him of
There Isn't a grazing tax. on.. cows who persist in using the everlasting snares, Tho United-States Post Office

the state right of ways. That lie like hld1enlerpents/ ,inlife's Department today placed an order

o pathway everywhere.Our with the Washington! Branch of the

Wish Hoover would extend<1 his moratorium to include lUll promised faithful to be Ford Motor Company for 1,600 FRIDAY, JULY 10th
I motor truck chassis, of which 500
_ l taxes on the home folks. careful and allow'd will be 3-4 ton carrying' capacityand IIP TO your ears In work- Just 'Installed
Ho'J build a reputation that would "
''i'O' 'j' 1000 of 1 1-2 ions carrying ca- every nerve at high tension.
Until the legislature gets' through, candidates in nextyear's make us mighty proud. pacity. The purchase of the motor No wonder you snap at the wife Western Electric Sound Equipment
and bark at the children.
equIpment the THe latest better had
was largest made very no Made to be
or
primaries have to keep a back 'seat. But it seemed as If my counsel. by a government'department since Watch out! Overworked
sort o' faded) from his mind I nerves may lead to Sleepless
0 he war. With this order Ford sales
And now the .boy's in trouble of ness Nervous Headache, Nervous F1UDAY &: SATURDAY MONDAY &: TUESD::
Pearls come from oysters, says the Waycross Georgian the very worseat kind. to 'the post office department'durng indigestion and a host of July 10th & llth July ISm & Uth
recent reached total other
years a of unpleasant disturbances.
but a wise girl can get diamonds from a nut. .000 units. Why don't you try Dr. Miles CLAUDETTE COLBERT
Ills letter came so sudden that I Harold
o The purchase marked another Effervescent Nervine Tablets?, AndFREDERICK LloydIn
somehow sort o' knowed step in the Department's program Just one in a half gloss of
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Ocala Banner this is the book
says open season for ped- That Bill was a trampln' on a of building its fleet water makes a pleasant, spark MARCH
of
dlers. Nothing less than a riot gun will_ get rid of them. mighty rocky road. thousand trucks up and also to several replace ling to over-taxed drink delightfully nerves soothing In "FEET FIRST"See

,gyp o- But I never cuce't imagined he some of the surplus. trucks turned Dr.Mlle Nervine la now "Manslaughter"Those
Starke has a good<1 baseball club and a better one could would bow hiS head in shame, over to the post office departmentby made in two forms-Liquid and Harold Lloyd in this! latest
the army at the close of the Effervescent Tablet Both have who have already from
seen comedy. It is a sc01
be had if the team had stronger support. See the next game.' And in dust wo.itd wallow his olddaddy's
wat' the same soothing effect. it, those who will see it, rate start to finish; naJ tbrOb
a, o honored name. Deliveries are to atari hnmedr $1.00 at your drag tore "Manslaughter" as one of the aplenty. The kids will "love;

: Taxes should be reduced from 40 to (SO percent In Brad- Ho 'writes from Tallahassee and 'r lately and couttauft as rapidly as'the greatest dramatic productionsever this and the grown-up hurt

ford under legislation enacted<1 and to be enacted at this session. the atorys mighty, short- for bodies installation.contracted The for completed are ready produced their sides laughing.'ifr" .

., S"w I just can't toll his mother It'd trucks will then bo distributed to Admission: Adults 40c Children lacI
crush her dear old heart- GO cities
some throughout the Unit
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0- .
ed States. ,- ,' .
Yr It Is now proposed for," the racing..;commission to take And. so I reckon, parson, you The' order was placed with the -'"''

. over the Saturday night races for the bathtub in boarding might break the news to ber.BUl'a ford company after an exhaustive -- ..
houses. "',*,. <- in the leglulaturo and hedidn't teat conducted by the depart- -," ,-" ,,-' -, - o -' 0=' : "' --c-ci -=- - -- -' '.'
what f I' .
: ?k say er.
ment with the co-operation of the
u 0'> I '

Some of the criticism of the'new state racing commission :

may come from some of those who wanted, one,of the jobs Do You Know ? I i COMPARATIVE, .. STATEMENT OF TilE BRADFORD COUNTY BANK ,:
and :failed. -:- -:- Iii IiiIo ,I '
IN LIQUIDATION FROM JULY11,1030., TOJULY liI,931
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The advantage, two small states! would enjoy from a division ,July 11, 1930 Dr Cr. July 1, 11)31 ..
f Loans & Discounts _______' :::9.oo :3
of one large state is the. same as small Counties are now ' -- $ 1,313.92 '.t13,9 0.69 $262,110 ': I;:
Bonds - - ___--______-_- 415.150.00 __.._______ 19,1r OJ10 26,000.00Banking ,
experiencing. House _ _______ 14,000.00 _________ 4OOOao'' ______ I,
i . o i i. i iTituaville Furnltur and Fixtures .-__ 5000.00 ____ ..___ 0,000,00: '.,...------,.
I Star-Advocate of the different varieties Real Estate '- -:.._-..:...___ 22,221.6711.006.67 1.1500.00 Sl.1--: ::
say Due from Banks _ ___....__... 2.HO.4 27. 88.72 29.239.20"' 4811 n R
y of race tracks operating in Florida. next winter that there will Cash ,& Items ___..,._____ 5,414.81 ___....____ 4.1559..96, 911.85

4' be onls' two brands. Due from State Treas. .,.-___.___.....;.__ 28.012,61 ," 20,114.64" 7,897.91 ,,[,,

a Overdratts.k-r-: 1,309.19:: ___...:.___ 'i 9T4,3-i<:. ,,33.1.8o.neral :\ I"
Expense - .. ---_______.._.... ,. ,2.1IU.47 ......__.:...:..,p' /2,191,47 ::
With state road 28 open from Lake City,to Palatka, this Commission "\ - --.-_.____________ > 2,614.93 _....: ;Y.::.' .. ,2.674.93
ry'' short route should be! advertised well in advance of. the tourist ,., Salary - -.._...-----_________-,__ 1.3-12,157 .;.. -_ :__. '. 1.342,1)1
Interest paid ,., .. .. ..... .. _. .. .... .' .",
movement this winter. --.-. -- "' ::;;..:.. 1.839,33 ....,::.4j..__... 1,639.35Advance "
for Load Protection ____:..;_..,_ 1.30,1.02 ....___:....... 1.304,02 I
-p L1&4s Profits and Loss _"....... --_______ 7,300.00 __'.::4':_ '"-" 1,300,00
The Jasper News has discovered that the taxpayers are N ., Taixes Pald -'. '? ....;;;.:..._____ ....__ 1, 16.69 ", ."._,..;':;."..., ),' 1,570.69Totals.

,u still suffering. Well, the meek will inherit the. earth, perhaps, ,' ', '. : ': :. >.' ; '
._, .__$410.841,13 t
I $318.M3.2S "
'when. all the lands go to the state. : '''j' ''"
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pl 0 Capital Stock: v -_:.___.. 40000.00 _..:......__ ..:'.....:.__' 40000.00 I,
Gainesville Evening News editor has decided that one -- -- ---'--------_ 115,000.00 -__..:.-..__ ___.:.::::,..::;: _" 115,000.00 ''I
must first develop a good pair of adenoids to become a successful UndividedProfits_ .__ 3. 70.27 .' 2.114.12 ':_Z-":;_ 1,8:55.115: I,
'c3- Savings Deposits ... .... 183.221S6". '
-- ? / .
.' 8.88/S.04{ ..1,323.31, 11:5.66:1.63: :
.radio singer. And they give one such a sleepy feeling.o __. Checking Deposits _____ /
_ _ 122,294.85'34,13e.35, I ...;=-.i ':..:': \, 88,1:18.50
I -+,- o r -- r Certificates ot Depr_.....____ 17,336.06 ?,11.336.06';" "...._ .:....'('. .,---- I
Following negotiations by Ocala city council for rebuilding ,Certificates ofDlp. ______ 9.10 _-..-:', '.., :: < .' .. 9.10
Cashier's Checks '
the municipal light and jower plant the power company Dills Payable ,_--..._- 239..9 13.25.: 'f. ..:..Z':: ItH.24
,- 21.609,81 21.809.81 _...:_...:.__:,...:;- ..___--- . 'I
furnishing the city with juice has offered reduction in rates Unpaid, Drafts : ____ z'
Stock - --- 7,154.19 2,122.91 .......: '" .031.28
Assessment ___ '
-0-- -- --.J 16.rOO.00 16,700,00 I
Monticello the truth when it 1 Interest on Bonds ,. --4__", _..-"';_.__ 2.018.60 'c, 2.015.60 ,
Times
(Minn.) speaks nays Interest on Loans,. --______... 2.919.14 '
thh the small tpwn .belongs ,to the farmer, Any town depends Rents Collected'- ,-' u.__ ___ ___---w___ -. "1 2.018.14 1569.9S69,9/ :!

upon the farmer to a certain extent, and some of,them are entirely Recoveries. ? ----___ _.......____0 ".16..28, .16,26

;" dependent, .upon the fortunes o of its farming section. Totals .:-._;.-_---.410,841,13 $172.431.09' '112.431.09 ,$3.48,503.25(


brr The railroad between' Jacksonville and Cedar Key was "County The Bank comparative, in liquidation statement. to the shown best above of reflects the true condition. of the Bradford
my knowledge and belief.
I' ... One of the first built In Florida but even its age doesn't prevent THAT without ever. having seen a suspension'b"'dgo. the Indiana ef .JOS. E. WILSoN;

the Seaboard from asking' permission to tear up' the British Columbia built th*'one shown above across the
t Liquidator
_ t- ).:/ River near HanttonT' They had neither nails nor aplkoa tottony Bradford County,Bank.
tracks) between Archer and,Ced&r Keys on account/it inroads. tied the bridge togot".r.wlth( haywire.'To tnt tx. *tr''n th they .. iLru I
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trucks. aant a party of twelve aquawa across It In a body. *' c '- -_ . y.." <.
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