Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 17, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04820
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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ablished 1811 Subscription-For" Year, $1.50; Six Months\ 75c-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner and Publisher."NUMBER .





the morning and a portionof Another bill- reported unfavorably -'
the afternoon had been ,ts
spent In by the committee would havepermitted
eding to a news dispatcht wrangling over "rumors" concern- installment payment' Six lojujred When Blue HIM Strike" Will of Late J. W. Alvarez Make ,.

t out from Tallahassee under Ing state road department activi- delinquent taxes lover' a five year Cow and Overturns in Ditch Provision for Library Corner

July 9th to the newspapers ties, a majority faction took chargeof period so long;fas current taxes Walnut and Jefferson
e of things In the house of the Flor- were pald.j Six persons were injured Tues-
the state, showing the working ida legislature late Friday to pass day afternoon when the south- -

proposed tax program three major measures, one to placea By a six vote majority, the Florida bound Blue Bus due in Starke at : In the will of the late J. W. Al

tax: on real estate would be tax upon cigarettes, another to house Saturday refused to go 6:37 was wrecked at Maxvllle, the varesi, filed for probate recently il

Bradford county would slash state salaries, and the otherto I on record against a general sales machine, overturning in the ditch provision was made for a library;

mated the, extent of $147.445.00. 'bb place a tax upon Intangibles.The tax. The vote-w.f 44 to 38, as when an effort by the driver to buildAff to be known as the "J. WJ flI
eflt to would come from the A' T 4 cigarette tax has been estimated -'compared witiilao, 88 to 4 vote avoid hitting a cow on the road Alvarez) Library", the property to '

total of distributing the to bring into the state treasury against such legt\lation at the first failed, throwing the heavy bus ire be deeded Jointly to Bradford county

sent Plan estimated revenuesL approximately $2,000,000 annually. of the regular ,1931 session. The completely out of control. The accident r r and City of. Starke, according? r,

tax tracks, amount the As the measure goes to the senatea action was the'high point of an Happened shortly before 8 to provisions of the will placed on

m the expend race on county schools, levy of 0 cents a package wouldbe otherwise listless,, session' devoted o'clock and wrecking crews were. V V, record this week by County Judge) n

to i still lower mlllage levied foraty levied on all cigarettes sellingat to. wrangles over, motions to place occupied almost the entire night in Gardiner. In addition to the library 2?
the 25 righting .the machine and gettingit building, Mr. Alvarez directed -
state purposes, repre- or less and 10 cents a revenue and appropriations bills on
and to the repair shops. Passengersfrom that $500 eacb be given to)
according to this schedule package on all cigarettes retailingat the special ord r(calendar. It was
tJIIt, the bus were transferred to the Baptist church of Starke and 1')
59.36 mills.m ? more than 25 cents a package. taken as representatives voted on C
avine of to the Starke Woman's Club.
other buses. Wednesday's Times- ,
source this informa- a motion to- table a resolution by
Union carried the following account A life-long citizen of Starke, Mr.
known, the mat. Rep. John Mathews, Duval precluding -
la not The general appropriation bill, v.
came .
n 9! the accident' Alvarea chose this method to per- '
being mailed out from Talla- providing funds for the operationof sales tax.consideration of general Six persons were injured, one petunia his memory, and In providing iy

ee In envelopes bearing a readdress state departments and Institu- legislation.- seriously, when a passenger bus operated a library for the coming gen- j
to the senate chamthe tions for the 1931-32 biennium, -- by the Blue Bus Line hit a V eratlolM, he Is supplying what'' be

mlmegraphed and printed was passed by the senate of the The added one cent gasoline tax cow and overturned about four expressed during his life as one'of '

'rts enclosed were unsigned andthout Florida legislature Friday by a bill, the bill to tax amusement ad- mUe 'south of Baldwin shortly af- I. e' tL Yn i A the needs of this section. The property .* 4

any indication as to the vote of 22 toll. The bill went thru missions and the bill for a billboardtax ter 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon.The U centrally located on the cor

der. While it Is certain that the senate carrying a reduction of were placeOton the special cat injured are: MIss Marion ner of Jefferson and Walnut 4)t

county will be relieved of part rr $2,028,606 from the budget com- endar. Attemr.t to withdraw the Jackson nurse at the Alachua streets, and his will directs that

its taxes under legislation en- g av, mission recommendation or slightly gas tax bill wta.defeated 01 to -30 County Hospital in Gainesville, who the building be remodeled and con

ed and pending, county officials ..rVACATION more than 4000000. In addi- The house refused permission' to gave her local address as 2331: verted to Its 'lase"as a public ,.li-
whom the chart was submittedbted tion to cutting approximately $2- I place on the cMiendar bills to tax Park street; Robert Naugle of 2260 brary. '

the county receiving theouut M4n" 000,000 from the budget commis- luxuries or so-c,)led non-easentials, Gilmore street, driver of the bus:
That'part of the will to
of benefits as outlined. As s sion report, the senate also slash- to tax keroaen three cents a gal
S. Fields of Gainesville, employeof
the library filed, la as follows:
e county official stated It is "upthe ed $717,600 from the fund for buildings Ion and to set a ,levy on kilowatt
FOR MISS the Blue Bus Line Mrs. Walter
\ ; "It Is my will and :1 do so order i
factors hour
air, as too many at the institutions of higher consumption of electric cur
Barber, nurse at Riverside hospital
BOW: No longer red-haired Clara I that that'portion of
Into tax collections to make total for rent. Proposal for reduction of thestate' my property; 1
ter learning, making a saving
and two
of the negroes
Bow celebrated "it" girl described as lot two of block 16 in
t figures submitted more thant I the biennium of $2,743,106 accord- Judicial circuits was put on WADES AT BRITISH
screen Is leaving her Beverly Hills Robert' Thompson, both of original town of Starke, Bradford
t guesses by one man, or set of home for a six weeks' vacation on ing to Ray Neel, Westvllle, chair the special briar calendar at request Maxvllle. OPEN The Prince of Wales wa county, Florida, known as the t

favoring the proposed proam. the Nevada ranch of Rex Bell, also man of the senate appropriations of Chairman Sapp, Bay, of According to Gene Griffin and among the thousand of spectators Hodges place, now occupied by J..
a movie star. Miss Bow is now a committee, who was floor leader the miscellaneous legislation committee Ben Jones, Duval county road pa- who watched the'Anal rounds of the
L. Frazee and family be not sold
The article referred' to Is reprint- blonde. for the bill In the upper legislative ,A trolmen, who investigated the accident British Open Golf Championship but retained for the use, and 4d

!in full below: branch and who fought attemptsto 2UFREE the bua was headed south on at Carnouatie Scotland, in which hereinafter mentioned purposes e'
Taxpayers of Bradford county Increase of the figures In Tommy Armour, from Detroit, woo
SCHOOL HEATING any SCHOLARSHIP the road when it struck a cow causIng out of the of all
to the extent of $1021.00 ,- eleventh hour victory. That proceeds my
II benefit the senate committee bill. Of the it leave the road and turn over an
AVAILABLE estate I direct and ?
In event the proposed pro- amount saved, $969,973 annuallywas
on its side. The body of the bus .
trustees to repair, remodel and
looking toward eliminationthe BE REMODELED cut directly from the general Superintendent of schools Grif- was almost completely demolished. -.A Stucco the building 'on lot :2 in

ad valorem on real estate lafed revenue fund, raised principallyfrom fis has been notified of a vacancyIn Miss Jackson suffered the moat Clay Officers block 18 * and to make such

at this session of the leglaIn Bids are being caDe4'for by the ad valorem taxes. The remaining state scholarship for Bradford serious Injuries and was taken to I change therein to convert said
In terms of mlllage, basedthe ,
school board for rebuilding the savings were made by county thisyear;] only one being St. Vincent's hospital by an ambu- building Into a library building

assessment and levy the for present heating system In the slashing special funds. Work on given and that to the University o.f. lance from Harda'ge & Williams Arrest Drunks'w. with a frontage Just alike; ;
past year for all purposes, the appropriation bill began yester- She is said to have suffered
Bradford High School, bids to be Florida. According to. Instructionssent a badly fronting each street, knownas
urned saving 59.38 mills. opened at the session to be held day, and it was passed carrying out \>y .k&tt. Superintendent fractured left hip, a concussionover Walnut and Jefferson street,

Tabulations showing the bene- Monday, August 17th, Superin- only minor amendments, none of Cawthon, applicants must be residents the left forehead and a sprained and over the entrance from each,
hit would to each of '
i accrue which made substantial
tendent Griffla stated Wednesday. any of this county and a graduate left ankle.' E. Gerard and C. K. Sea- of said streets shall be placed .In
e Mmtles< were submitted to In the bill for
Plans include furnishing labor, replacing changes presented of a senior high school accred- Miss Jackson was the only inJured wright of Jacksonville, were placed marble and gold letters the followIng .
eaten of the house and the sene consideration
boiler and changing the en- by appropriation : ited by the Florida state board ef person taken to the hospital under arrest Monday afternoon by ; 'J. W, Alvarea Library,* and
tally. tire heating system to provide a committee. Passage of a general education. The others received treatment at deputies from Sheriff Italic office the property surrounding said

Revenues accruing to this countyder temperature inside of 70 degrees.The I salary bill, effecting reductions of Applicants for this county scholarship theoffice of Dr. W. D. Brlnson In at Green Cove Springs, charged building shall be beautified commensurate ,Y
the proposed program' were present system has never 10 to 20 per cent, in the compen- must present health and Balwln. with driving while intoxicated and with said building.
ted as follows: sation of various state officials and I
!from been entirely satisfactory. Supt. character certificates at the time Naugle received a lacerated hip being drunk and disorderly. Both "It I Is my will and I do so order:
three cents of the gas tax, Grimm stated, and the repair costs employes, preceded the consideration they apply for the examination, and right hand Fields sustained a gave bond for appearance in county that when said building Is completed
toributed on a basis of one cent of the
bill and
each summer are very high, due to appropriation the examination being conducted bruised back and right shoulder. I Judge's) court in Green Cove that my executors and trustees)
)id area, one cent on population the out-of-date equipment. Noneof paved the way for easy passage of by Supt. Griffla'at his office on The two negroes received bruised Springs Monday, August 10th. shall dedicate and deed the said i

tor one state cent roads on amount contribut-. the rooms have radiators of the major appropriation measure. Tuesday, August 11th. Every applicant shoulders and elbows. Mrs. Barber : Gerard and Seawright were lot of land, with building and improvements

from, $48,249.00.Revenuea of proper size for heating and con- will be required to take examination was only slightly bruised and members of a party from Jackson thereon, to Bradford

cks under the operation commla-race, siderable time Is usually lost'each. A bill to divert $2,300,000 a year and a regulation by the shaken up. ville occupying one of the cottages county and the City of Starke.

divided racing the 67 year on account of Inadequate heat from funds of the state road department state board education, requires at Kingsley Lake, and evidently Florida a* a library building. . "

unties, $20,000.Revenue equally. among ,, Along with other types of heat- to the general revenue that no applicant shall be awardedthe WILLIAM p BIRT spent most of their time consum- r '

Ing plants.the board will consider fund of the state was reported un- scholarship unless an average ing liquor and making a general TO STUDENTS: OF BRADFORD
schools will
lye under county re-i the electrically operated, automatic favorably Saturday by the finance grade of 70 is made,-with a grade Funeral services for William P. nuisance of themselves, from re- COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ep

a, distributed$7,500,000 appropria-: type of oil burning boilers. and taxation committee of the of not less than SO on any subject. Blrt, 64 years of age, well known ports given by other residents of -
teacher unit
l, 5118900. on . Florida house.' Chairman Wood, Winners 'county scholarshipsare resident of Louise, who passed lake, cottages nearby, who finally Since we are planning on soma J 1
Benefit elimination Farmers who have been fussing Liberty, of the committee, said no also required- to register in the away late Wednesday afternoon put In a call to officers In,Btarke changes in our work next year we

mill state through of about not getting a vacation should record vote was taken. The bill teachers at the University and to July 8th at the Lamb hospital In ,. and the call was relayed to, Sheriff thought It best to Inform the students
estate ad valorem tax on attend Farmers' and Fruit Grow- was introduced by Reps..Mathews, teach for two years after graduation Starke, were conducted Thursday; Hall at Green Cove Springs. concerning these differences)

,, predicated upon 1930 ers" Week at the University of Duval; Robineau, Dade; Watson or. refund the money used. afternoon at 3 o'clock in Graham, Deputies were sent out and made in order that they may prepare for; Y
Total finent $28,007.00. I. Florida Gainesville, August 1014. HWsborough and others. The funds Those who desire to take this examination followed by Interment in Santa Fe aa investigation and decided to them. r

mill revenue state plus benefits from. A real educational and recreational diverted under the bill's provisions may secure additional cemetery, near Hampton. Mr. Dirt await the appearance of Gerard Entrance examination and registration .

O0. tax reduction $147- vacation has been planned for would have equalled one-third of Information by applying to Supt. had been ill for four days with tox- and Seawright on the highway, will be given on Aug

jhe gain in benefits esti- something like 2000 farmers. the revenue given the state road Grlffls. lue poison Members of the Waldo rather than make arrests and haveto 27, 28, and.29 a* last year. If for c

ted through wes It -' department from gasoline tax mon- lodge of the Masonic order, of: summons complaining residentsas good reason pupil do not enter:

venues comparison with' Births ey. The department was given Orlando Local store of Sears- which Mr. Blrt was a member had witnesses against them.- When at that time these examination a
received by the coun- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Williams, three cents of the present six: cent of services the pair drove out they Ignoredthe 1
.under legislation Roebuck Company opened for busi charge at the grave will be given Immediately on entrance
a session enacted at the I Starke, daughter, July 12th. tax: under provisions of a bill pass- ness. The DeWitt C. Jones Company In officer's command to halt and and no' other examination ,

lIB The items and other existing,' Mr. and Mrs. John Griffls ed In the first extra legislative charge of arrangements.Mr. had to be run down throwing liquor will be'given until the end of the u

: lion follows contained In the Starke, son, July 11th. session. Blrt was a native of Lon- out of their car before being first semester. All pupils who fail '
Lake Butler Local
: -
Revenue I passenger don, England, moving from thereto overtaken, however, and then, In- on these examination or who did
received from two and valorem tax by providing other The committee also reported station repainted. forming the officer he did not know:
third cents Waterbury Conn., with his parents not complete work last year will bel v
s beaus of the gasoline tax I sources of revenue. unfavorably on a bill, by the same at the age of six years, where whom he was trying to arrest. I expected to repeat work In regular
eat two cents for the **- The enclosed program contem- introducers, providing that in Plant City v- Rogers, fc Middle- : they resided about three years. He Sheriff Hall stated over the classes. rs
) bonds and one-third plates the reduction of 13 mills of event fund allocation plan Is brooks, Inc., department store operators phone
t for any then moved to Alachua county; and Thursday morning his Beginning this year no pupil In.
,000.00.county. road maintenance,I our present state mlllage levy found unconstitutional the revenuein ', opened grocery and meat had been a resident of Louise sine office would soon break up the any cla** will be permitted to take)

l\evenue\ which can only be accomplished by question shall be turned over to market department in their storeon He was an active member of the practice of making Klngsley a five subject unless they have

t Of the from motor twenty-five per economies in the operation of our i the general revenue f1 nd. Collins street. . Baptist church at Graham and was rendezvous for liquor parties If made an average of 90 per cent on
vehicle license state and county governments and Master Mason. residents would in telephoning ,
for road a cooperate the past year" work. However, a
maintenance, 3902. in providing new sources of reve- CAUSE AND. EFFECT Deceased: i* survived by his widow him of such, and that his pupil might be allowed to take four

Revenue to nue other than valorem tax Mrs. Eba Blrt of Louise, threesome deputies) would answer calls at any regular subject and typewriting' kl

fourth mm schools from one and to balance the amount needed. Torn Dirt ot Hampton, Roy time of the day or night. since the typewriting carries) no
of the state ad I Ithem By the state assuming the responsibility Blrt of Gainesville i
; 4 Marvin Dirt of a outside preparation.
one ; .
two-thirds for the : -
cents' of providing
gasoline tax school ey LouIse, and two daughters, MiM, ATTEMPTED HOLD-UP FAILS I All pupils who failed to make, f
; interest on maintenance of our county
n school funds dale Dirt of Eden, Maryland, and their quality credits may do so thl* ;i
and bank de- extent of $7,600,000
Tota$22. 22.00. system to the months' term of Aa Miss Flora Dirt of LouIse. Three A.. E. Wall blocked an attempted year by taking examinations on tAugust
} assuring an eight brothers also survive. Chariest Blrt 27. 28 and 29 on any subject '
revenues hold-up of his
from all sources school in every county and lifting filling station near ,f
cruing to Hawthorn George Blrt of Waterbury of their own choosing. For
Year this county during the this burden from the ad valorem Ui18 Conn., and Tom ,Blrt of Kingsley Lake Saturday night at this year pupils will be given full 'Q '

,00. The Were reported at $4:5- taxpayers; by providing new pSiS w Melrose and one sister, Mrs. George 11 o'clock as be was closing bin value on their examinations for'
difference between this sources,of revenue other than ad t DeSha. of Waldo. station by knocking a pistol in the quality credits. No pupil next

Proand the $"7Program-<. - under valorem tax this requirement i robber's hand aside and opening year will be permitted to graduate, s Pt

.. represents .* f/e.1 fire with his gun. Several shots
lDated TRUCK GOES IN DITCH who doe not have sufficient quality
: saVing of re-allocation of the gasolinetax
to 102021. The were exchanged before the man credits.

DurIn' tae the payers of this county. between the counties was intended A heavily loaded grocery truck took to his heels and made his escape Please let me know It you wantto
aeeJ tirst regular and spe- to more equally distribute was wrecked on the highway northof going a short distance down take these
examinations k
\ is and on
on ot 'F4,4 r tP4ti o
Cements! the legislature many these revenues on a fair and rt Starke early Monday morning, the highway and getting into a car What subject you I' wish to take
and estimates have ap.Ptlnrram equable basis to all counties. the driver being unable to hold It parked on the road. Officers from by August. 19.
: various sources at- The effect of many of the reve- TAI! Iti9f on the road when a front tire blew Starke and Green Cove Springswere Sincerely
pees oW the results to the nue measures which have been out. The 'accidenthappened a called but the robber made a S.
Dowling, Principal.
flf first one type and an- passed in the regular and first ex- short distance from a small bridge clean getaway.Mr. -

leglalatlon It enacted Into tra session have left many people and the driver seeing he would be Wall had Just shut off the' Miami! Beach -- Construction t'e

TIe I confused a* to how the effect of unable to pull clear of the railing. light of the station when he started on $2 OOOO apartment
::Suit of these many state- these law. will change the revenueIn ( abandoned the wheel and. Jumped, beard footsteps running toward building.

ted had tend 110 far pretII"s their particular counties. 1 f probably saving hi* life as the load him from a nearby tree, where the W t

a to con- The chart shows the net resultof carried crushed In the the cab when man had remained concealed In the Winter Garden Road from

121, fact: ethatpthe largely the program as the same will / the truck ended its rush In the shadow Throwing his flashlightin main highway to Lakevlew' high
Ila1 of the effect each county and the bene- & & vv( ditch. that direction U\ Wall saw tbe school being resurfaced. _
t Of Program baa been lost ficial results to the counties of the 7 "....eSERVICES man advancing with pistol In hand ..p

fithugh the general session the proposed program la carried readiness until be was'Close enoughto and foundation for new; ''
'I. '
the extra "'aaIoo of leg- out! additiontal revenue from new .. iNPFr. Regular preaching services) next .,knock ,the leveled gun asides post office here.., ..;' ''I i
lilt to -.uu.JstraUon baa !sources, and the county taxpayers r Sunday afternoon, 8:30: o'clock at Both started firing,( Mr."Wall escaping -- e- '. fY.\\:
Of ha.I estate a r relieved of the state ad valorem Saxton Methodist church in charge Injury and it*it not known Delray Beacb __ Local street rjii.t

it heavy bunteD Of ad tax. ... d.nka B"4: /7w of R w ChrIsty of Lavrtey.: All in- If any' of Mr. Wall' shot found improved ,if.' ,

l voted, their mark. ntr ,,W""

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"""'---- -. ...:. ,' . .Jerusalem The case of Barnabas pity upon the poor lendeth unto the Meeting, to be led by the pastor, Dee.rl.,tl See. T. It. A. 0..1'o o::

'... -- la city as worthy of special mention Lord; and that which he hath given Dr. Lowry. Topic, "What are Some ,t1h-

! a; -. '. "Y:]/f fir.if!" if because 'he sold a farm belonging will me pay him again.-Prov. Great Doctrines of Christianity of New Sec River 23 A In WU BVS of of NWU NBU.24 8 SO Lawrence c..t

4L1 hF to him and brought the 19: 17 We had a record-breaking attend&IIc8' Lot. 1 3 5 7 9 11 of Bile 17 Wiggins
notwithstanding New River In 13H, of NBU' -.I.!
.\ money which he placed before the Where, and by whom was the last Sunday night, : 8 I
: I IH'" of Seo S3 &: WW\ at \ 20 Lawrence
feet of the apostles.: The Christian body of Jesus buried? Answer, read the rain and a great meet- Lot.1367A101 11313 of WIS'lln _ i

I should hold all that he has subject Matt. 27:07:60.: ing led by Miss Estelle Kendrick. Blk IS New River In Bft la
ft- Tty word is a limp unto feet nd a light ants B-tL-Pula."'dUU. of NKU of See S3 A WV4of
my say
t, to the calls of*Christ. He Is simply July 21 Let's keep It up. NWU - .________24 6 20 Lawrence \
; i a stewart to use all for the Real Peace Wisdom's ways 8 p. m. Evening worship, song Lot 11 of'fllk SO New River WI..ln _ '
411 : All religious teaching, doctrlae or In HV4! of NKU 'of Seo SSj t
r t : : creed. they are to have any claim glory of God. The Jerusalem are ways of pleasantness, and all and sermon A WU of NWU ________24 e 20 -' Lawrence

( ti>on the love,loyalty; and devotion of the people must be in harmony with church, in adopting this principle, her paths are peace.' -Proverbs 3-: Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 All Blk 81 ox: Lot 24813 WI..gln "

ti the t- <:binp of Jesus the ChrUt whose word fit Into every fold and crevice adopted a community of gooda. p. m 6 New River In :Mtt ofNBU

i f the human heart, and of whom it WM Mid In John 7:46.: "NEVER MAN This seems to have been exceptional ,, 17.What charge was given three A cordial Invitation to all our of 800 23 A W44 ofLoWofBfkyrN.w" 6 "

SPAKE LIKE THIS> MAN" there is no Intimation in the I times to Joshua? Answer, read- services extended to all.EVERGREEN. 'Wlgglns Bro. -_ II
In of NBU' of
N Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this Book of Acts or in the Epistlesthat Joshua 1818. -.rte+S I I Revl.8 A WVi K',4 of NWU -.!4 B SO -"- Lawrence ,

department for new of church aotiiltes, organizations and announcement : any church outside of July 22 I Lot 12 of Blk 32 New HlvSr ( Wll'slnl l'

: *. Space freely given and no charge made-the only re- salem pursued a similar Jeru-j Shall Want No, Good Thing; For A In W BU<+4 of of NWU NBU of___Sea___24 C SO Lawrence ,'

quirement being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday There were many thou I Lord God, Is a sun and a shield: All Blk 83 ex Lot 8 New Wlggin -_ Y

morning;, otherwise they cannot be handled for current Inane. foreign born Jews now living at the Lord will give grace and glory: Mr. V. A. n_lerv Cor Sea River 23 In A w TCU% of of NWU NBU .24 of 8 20 -: I:

.... Jerusalem most of whom spoke: no good tiling will he withhold from All] Blk 4S ex Lot 12 New "Lawrence Wlggn.| - IISeo ,

had of oth- the Greek language, and many of from them that walk uprightly. tiles Pauline Rosier Is visiting River_ In BU, of, NBU of >_ _
They no special garb or
these had of Psalm 84 11 III A WM of NWU U e SOWlggln! ;; '
accepted teachings : relatives in Okahumpka this week. Bro. .
All Blk 44 Lot Silt '
( I I er signs by which they were known. Christ-"And in those days a murmuring -. To whom Is strength promised? Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews were < 7 8 New River In 1034 of 1:
t They were known to outsiders of the Grecians against. Answer, read-Isaiah 12:2.: NBIU of Sea 13 6& W H of t
j ,: visitors to the state farm Sunday. NW S4 _________24 8 20 Wlggln.
rl; simply because they lived in a certain the Hebrews because their widows July 23 Doria and Gladys All Bile 46 ex Lot S 1 Ie'' Bros. -_ '
Misses Kersey
FOR JULY 19 1931 "way" which was different Inspirit were neglected," in dividing the No More War-Nation shall not 7 8 New River In EV4 ofNE .
I Keene returned to their home in % Of sea IS A WM of
and practice from the way common fund. I lift up sword against nation, neither DeLeon Wednesday of last NW Its. _ --!._.U 41 SO -, Wiggins
ordinary people lived." "Then shall Springs Lot. S 4 A Fracl Lot 5 BrosSO . _
? Subject: Social Service in the the twelve called the disciples they learn war any more. two weeks I I'
week after spending
'. t t Central Thought of Lesson: Care. and said it la not reason Isaiah 2; 4. 6&aiILOte7891011 .
y Early Church. 13 of Blk 4T New RiveI'In
., ; t i here with their grand parents Mr
for the welfare of others in a Christian that we should leave the word, of What is necessary before we can KU: pf NBU! of 8.0 SS
; ; > Golden Text: "Remember the and Mrs. W. R. Kersey.Mr. & Wil\ or NWU _,_24 O
? duty. i God, and serve tables. lead others Into the of right- Emil Mitchell
,. 'words of the Lord Jesus, how he Our paths and Mrs. Scheme Rosier and S II A of flWU of NWU .-.24 8 20 15 Lawrence "'- .
lesson begins shortly after "Look out eousness
t' ye seven men of honest Answer, read-Psalm NEorBW'4axlAhl'NW Wiggins _
blessed to
aid, It la more give children Sunday with Mr. It
Pentecost, when the Holy spirit report, full of the Holy Ghostand l:12: 43 spent Cor for school -__ ____17 8 SO 19 Wallace Nedd
to receive. Acts 20:35. came upon the disciples and about wisdom whom .. 1-. and Mrs. Levy Norman at Vanderbllt NWd) of NEW -23 8 20 40 T. B. Edwards -.1l.
we appointover
may 1/- '
Lesson Text: Acts 4:32-35: ; 6: SIDH of SWU, A 3% ofof 844 _h I
3000 were added to their number. this business. SBU _,, _
FlfsT 28 6 20 80
! i 12; Cor. 9:17.Introduction: "And the multitude of them that "But we will give ourselves con.tlnually BA ... ; R. S. and J. Q. Rosier were visitors W?4! of (!Wye ______.28 I !O 80 Eugene I. N. Newell Bryan ._. _- .11
RV4 of SHJJSU _______ .
t"- __ 29
; : to Starke Saturday afternoon. 8 20SO 80 I. N Newell -- 1\
; believed were of one heart and of to / ; .
prayer, and to UJe ministry school of NEye: & NEU of' -- -f
Sunday at 10 'A. .J.
church following a. m. Mrs. J. S. Rosier and Gertrude SBU __.________S2
I "In the early closely one soul; neither said any of them of the word. - 8 120 T. M. Stephens _.

...( 4'' Pentecost, there was not a that ought of the things which he All the disciples selected seven Thomas last,' supt Attendance because Increased Crews spent Saturday afternoon SBU AUW44of. of SBU W14oNof 32 8 20SO 40 A. L. Gr.en._ ----'_-It.1.
single church building belongingto possessed was his but I scholars with Mrs. Roster's daughter Mrs.J. road .____ __S3 S
own; they men (deacons), and their nam a tried 'to do - 8 D. J. O. Green Jr. ..
asout superintendentasked S. All W+4 of SWU of SWU 8 -_ .
these people. They probably had all things common.. (Acts 6:9): Indicate that they were
of road _
that to ____ __.33 20
never intended to build churches. We can hardly tell the differences : all chosen from among the Greek ; bring new scholarsto Mr. W. B. Griffin and son Tex NBU of NBU ::.--.__.33 8 !O eg A.Eugene L. Green Bryan__ .wh

(' p :They continued to worship with between "heart" and "coul." speaking Jews, probably to ,avoid our school. Keep aking othersto Grlffia, of Maxville, were visiting SBUof\ NBU ----.--__S3 0 20SO 40 KUl.a Wilson _-.-.::::

L', their unconverted fellow Jews in The well come and use your cars to B. E. Rosier and mother Sunday BU of SWU of SWy4 . 11
phase the further
expresses spiritof criticism. This enabled the of
bring them.Worship SBU} SWfc _____.33 8' 80 Alfred
I the temple and the synagog in the chlatlan fellowship." apostles to devote all their time to afternoon.Mr. SWU of SBU _______83 8 SO 40 W. R. Thomas HOdge ._ -?
at 11 a. m. No evening and Mrs. R. S. Rosier attended E of SIBU S3 e 20SO -
4. regularly prescribed manner according None claimed that "the 80 Robert Matthew
things .study, preaching prayer and church service. Our W of NBU A NW'4 &Nyy -_ u
good friend Wilbur
to the ritual. Like the which he possessed were his own service.In Scott the New River B. Y. P. U. Fed o- SW% & NWU of 8BU-SS; 8 880 T. M. Stephen

early followers of Wesley, it did but they had all things common." 2 Cor. will preach for us at the eration which was held at Raiford NWU ex 10 A In SW Cor _84 1 ..0SO 150 Eugene Bryan ---Ie!
0:1-7. the
( closing SEU ______. It
morning service. Come. afternoon. - -..,_.U 8 160 M. F. Lawrenco--
not occur to them that they'would "Neither was there any among verses of our lesson) Paul writesto Sunday

t y be compelled 16 separate themselves them that lacked; far as many as the church at Corinth about Mrs. H. F. Redding and sons, BKM & S% Of NE44 __18 II 20 120 Wmplre Wlggln Lumber_ _ Co. jj

>f 4 ? I from the mother church. In were possessors of lands or houses their collection for the benefit of METHODISTSunday Russell, Tom and Andrew attendedthe NW"y4", _ ______,.- I 'I 20 180 M. F, A Lawrence ; !

1 .! f i addition to observing: the usual customs sold them, and brought the prices the needy Christians at Jerusalem."It funeral of her brother's child, NW y4 of NWH ____ 8 T 20( 40 W. R.Wlggtn ___ _ II:
'; I { N ; of worship, thep preached as and laid them down at the Apos la superfluous to write you: school,,10:00: a. m. which was held at Long Branch NE'4 of NBU __.____ C 'I 20 40 W. R. Hodge _._____"II

f I they went, on the street; and above tles' feet: and distribution was for I know the forwardness: of Morning sermon 11:00: a. m. Sunday, SE'4 of NBU NM of SBU
1 t your ex Ry right of ___. 8 'I SO
Evening way 113 John J.
) all they commenced the practice made unto every man according as mind-your zeal provoked sermon 8:00: p. m. Lot 1 of Blk 1 in Ward Morgan 71
. 'r many. Members In .... ._._.... ......_._ ,
of holding public worship in private he had need." Yet I 'sent the brethren-that ye attendance upon L "" Lot City.. - _____-______ 8 T SO Mrs\ Laura E. Baxter ._ \
Blk 1 In Ward
bouses. They had no prayer books, "The conduct of this communitywas may be ready-that the same morning worship greatly heartened City_ - _____.___.___ 8 T 20 WC; W. Ward ____
or record-books of any kind. Their not pure communism. Mark'smother might be a matter of and encouraged the worship Say it with Flowers Lot a of Elk 2 in Ward _
"' bounty, City _________.___ _
during these 8 'I SO
only Bible was the Old Testament warm days. We desire Mrs E. J. Ward .___
evidently kept her house in not of I Lot I
covetousnesa.Tbls f 7 of Blk
part oPaul's 3 in Ward
_._ _ _., ,.
J ' '"
letter was to keep the Corinthians your presence Sunday 11 a. m. Lot City 9 of_ _Bile- -______.___ 8 'I 20 _. Mr- Laura E. Baxter J
especially Good, music. 8 In Ward

t from forgetting their duty Welcome, for'everyone. Flowers For All LotslSl4eofBikain City 8 .7 20 Unknown "-.._ _.- 1
and promise. But he adds '
as a i Ward City _________, 8
7 SO
- John J Morgan ...__..
motive OccasionsGERTRUDE I
"He which
soweth Fracl Bile
r sparingly FRESBYfERIAN 9 In Ward Clty. 8 'I 20 E. T. Stewart .. ._ I

shall reap also sparingly; .., ..... ,....... Lota 9 10 of Blk 10 In Ward -
- - City _ ____ 8 f 20
and he which soweth bountifully W. W. Ward ? .._ j
BEAUTIFUL Lot 3 of Blk 11 In Ward
1 shall reap also bountifully," Services July 19, as follows: GODBEY t .. 8 1
Lo'f - ----- -- 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter __
Some people criticise the princi 10:00: a. m. Sunday school, .J. M. 3 8 of :Blk 12 In Ward i

pIe of reward in giving to the Truby, supt ,ANDERSON Lot City 4 _of-BUt-IS to-Ward 8 7" SO W. W. Ward ____ t

Lord's work but throughout the 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon city - _,____________ 8 'I 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1
Phone 39 Waldo Fla. Lot
by the 5 of Blk IS In Ward
NEW Bible it Is approved. Paul also pastor. City .._________ 8
FORD 7 - T WV W. Ward _.___ 1
said let every man give "not grudg p. m. Christian Endeavor. Lot.. 11 12 Of Elk 18 In ,

: i iLa ik ingly, or of necessity; for God No'rlCE Lot Ward S 9 City of Blk- _14_ in__Ward_____ 8 'I 20 -->. 1111'_.. Laura E. Baxter .. 1

loveth a cheerful giver." How may Notice Is hueht given tbat the following'! de""l'lb..1I Jan.... will be sold Lot City - _______ 8 'I 10 -*.TV. W. Ward ____ 1
at public all..tlon em the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 1911, It the 11 of Elk 14 in Ward
we, as laymen, serve the Lord'scause. being!
ard day of said month before the Courthouse Door at Starke In Brad City -_____ 8 T 20) -. Mr.. L. F. Godwin __ I
ford county. State of ll'lorlda or 1J0 much thereof ae will b. 3 of Bile 15 In Ward .
to pay the amount due for taxes set opposite the same, together n.aeslJary with City - _____________ SLot 'I SO W. W Ward _.-___ .- I
WEEKLY the coat Of such sale and ad"ertlaln. C. A. KNIGHT, Tax,Coll.ctor. 7 of Blk 15 In Ward .

I SERMONETTE'Christ's '.it City. _ __ '_ 8 7 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1
Taxes LLot* B 8 8 i'lii ot 3 k-ii
r i ij Farewell Message De.erfplop' ; 1 ... 'T, R. A. k, Co.t. Lot In Ward B of Blk City'18:-In Ward_ 8 'I SO ,- J. ,P. Baxter, Guar. 4J

NWIA Of SWJ1, 844 Of City ________. _. 1 1 _
Matthew 23:16-20.: Then - 20 E. T. Stewart ___ I
the 11 NE14; of SWy4 .......,___ 1 7 19 80 E. B. MUl'bee .......___ U.U W 50 ft of Fracl Blk 17 In
i disciples went away Into Galilee, S'h of NE'4 __.ww ___13 7 19 10 John J. Morgan __ 45.81 Ward City - _______ 8 'I 20 Evelyn W. Rodgers.10
into a mountain where Jesus had NEI% .r NJJ:1A: -----_____13 T It 40.T. 1. Matthew. 11.61 Lot 1 2 11 13 of Blk 20 in ,
All SW'4 of SE14, S Of Ward City _ ___ 8
'I 20 -Stewart & Mills __. ._.l!
appointed them. 17. And when Branch _. ------..11 8 ZO 20 E. A. & Mabel 8app __ 0.51 Lot B 8 7 8 of Bile 20 in
NWIt! of BE'4 A An '
they saw him; they worshipped of SEIA IIu road of Ward City _ _______. 8 'I SO H. P. Galney ____... .1)?,
him: but doubted. All W14010u85 Lot a of Blk 21 In Ward
some 18. And mill branch %__N_of City _ _____________ 8 'I 20 W. W. Ward ___ 1 1.
Jesus came and spake unto them, AU NE'4 of BE-% Eat-- Mc-.11 1 10 -70 I. p, DowJlnlr .__. __ 10,84 Lot 7 8 9 10 11 of Blk 21 .

saying, All power is given unto men Kinney Branch -_--,.-.11 8 80 10 J. P. Brewer _____ 13.89 Lot In Ward B 11 of City Bin_22_ .In_Ward, 8 'I SO R..P. Lewis ___. _'. _- .1i!

ne i heaven and in earth-: 19. Go ye sn NW 4o otENWy!. d-r"Ny;of12 s 10 to Lawrence Wlgglns __ 18.00 City - IIk___ 8 'I 20 W W. Ward _____

therefore, and teach all nations SW'4 Of NW,. .. ____ Lot 12 of : 23 in Ward -
U I .10 80 n. F. Renfroe ___ 17.02
City __________ 8 .. J I.
- 'I 20 Mrs, Laura E. Baxter :
them in SW'4 Of NW\IS.
baptizing the name of the \ less Railway SEU of NH of SBU

Father, and of the Son, and of the SE14 of right NE'4 ot. way I 1-4_acr.__. U I 10 II O. W. Sapp ___ 17,64 Ex: Df NE44ha NE* of* way SE _,___ 9 1 SO 108 David Coleman _ II

Holy Ghost: 20. Teaching them In 8E COI' ot NE'4 or 8W &, ofio
-- 'I SO 120 IT.: 8. Fowler ______ II
to observe all things whatsoever NEK - _ --________ 6 10 44 B. F. Renfroe _____ 10.01 NBU of"NWU A WU"of .
NE'4 0' NFi4 .S a:I A In AE NWU Ry ,

I have commanded you: and, lo, Cor" NWVI. Of N514 Ex way.SBU x... right of.10 'I 20 103 David Coleman _ '1,
I am with I A In __U I 10 TI m. A. &. Mab.1 __ -
4 you always,, even unto NWSd or SW'4 _.__..._...18 I 10 40.T. W. Townsend SaplI__ 11,18 11I.81 of SBU, .10 'I 20 40 .M. F. LawrenceWlggin
''t' the end of the world. sE4:of 8WIt!. ----;;..___.2l. I 10 .0 T. B. Edwards __ 11.18 _.__ II
TOWN SEDAN'DE LUXE SEDAN 9 or sw% of sn'4-8'] 8 10 TEof NEW NWU Of
Prayer:,,O, Lord by these things 10 Abram Kelley _ .11
____ 41
8 8W 7 20 Co.
N44to 4of_ SE" I 10 JO Hannah Williams _ __ '.11 80 Empire Lumber
men live, and In all these things .'4" ot22 NWU of t"lwp N'%of
;d t .' ,. U the life of WNWy4. & N 4 of 5W14. ., Sw u' -__u 7 SO '0. T. D Lltchfleld. -IL
h 1 my spirit of SE'4 ___.__13 I 10 140 Farmers& Dealers 8'h o 0 8W'4 _... .14 7 20 20 Unknown _ _____--11_
SEDAN vi Nr! ot SW\4i\ --------U 6 10 40 Lawrence WI..ln. _Bank114.1l NJ:44 of NBU *-__':"""-_...15S 7 20 40 M. F. *. LawrenceWlgglns
; DAILY BIBLE READINGS 11 In BE'4'tlf NJ1l' i. at Branch at Cor "of Oilver '. c NWV of SWU __ 15'BU "''7' 20 40 David Coleman- -T"H- 2a
JlLnel &. run W .10 tt Alt S); of NUU N of road-15 '7 SO S M. F. A Lawrence
,! DE LUXE TUDOR July 17 A to W. 1(. Gr..n' land ._ i
VICTORIA Self-Praise Let another man W to GuU.y Branch. N on e. 10 A of SBU of SWU _15 7 20 10 Hutchlneo'n'sho'e "CoT- 1

praise thee and not thine, own r.n"cO.h: larrer Branch ." ;:. NBU of BBU lei 8 8 A-:_:_18 7 SO 14 David Coleman _ ._ 11
said branch to . ''"",. Com at pt 739 1-8 ft W of
mouth; a stranger and not thine beg J _....____11 8 10 11 Lawrence Wlsgins .U NB Cor of WH\ of NRU\ A.
: CABRIOLET own lips.Proverbs 27: 2. I A in 8m14 Of Nm'4 J"lnlr! run W on s.- Lln. lai tit
W Of \\ot mile post au It thence 8 "% mile thence
4. What weapon did Jesus us to to a poet In Branch to B 738 ft thence N to beg.17 7 20 44 Mr.. IB JT. Ward ---- I'
?l; defeat Satan in the Temptation T olace, of:! beg_thence. W W 3-4 of SWU of NWU ___17 7 20 .30 8. A. Foxworth _._ ItS
.uu it a TUU it js oog re ', of Lot. S 8 !less 8 A In
Answer read-Matt 4:4: 7, 10. thence along run of SB Cor B of Ry A. that
July 18 Branch thence to beg portion of NU of ot 11 I ly

The Richest where poet stands.. .__...23 8 SO B Lawrence Wiggins _ 1.88 ing W of Rv-B A ______18 7 10 80 JT. D. Baxter ___.__ j'
0.i THE most striking fine ear types ever offered at such Fruitage The Frao Blk 4 In New River SWU of NEU A 8BU of
fruit of the spirit la love, Joy, peace, In BU of NF. t of Sea 31 NWU A NKU of SWU A
low prices A W of NWU; ---_24 8 10 Lawrenoe NWU of SBU A. NBU of
are now being presented By Ford dealer. uong suffering gentleness, goodness Frao Blk 8 New River In Wiggins _' 1.11 NWU A EllA. of NWU

; These the six de faith, meekness temperance; BU of NBU\ of Bee IS A of NWU - ______ -22 'I 10 SIS.Hutchinson Shoe Co. -II'
5 are newest luxe creations of the against such there. law. Gal. Wft of NWU -- _84 8 10 Lawrence Wiggins _ 1.11 SWM! of NWU A NWU of ,
Lot f 8 River SW14' -----u
: 8 New n' -- __II 'I 10 80-X, W., Bowell ..
Ford Motor Company. They are designed and built 0: 22, 23. Btt of NBU ot Sea 13 A NBU ofNE'4eIAinNE ,' ,

''Was man created In God's image Wfc of NWU .__.,.____.. 8 20 Lawrence Wiggins _ 1.1' .Cor for school ... _. 7 10 39 Unknown _ ---- 11
to meet every need of the automobile buyer whosa Lot 8 10 11 11 of Blk > NWU\ of NWU .I-- _;Is _- 11
40 tTnknown
T Answer 7,10 -
read-Genesis 1:29: New River In EH of NBU 8m.4 ot NEya es 6 A In NW

desire for motoring luxury and outstanding perform' 27 Lot of Seo 1 4 n.of A.Blk WH\t'New of NW Rlv.14.24 8 SO. Wiggins Bro _. .11 Cor 0&.r NV BE'4 Of Of 8IU\4\ ----U a 'I 20 111 "" Mrs. B-'B. Tbl..pen- ,j0w44

r once is tempered with sound .July. 19 er In BV4 of NBU of Sea 8W... or SEl4 --_BE'4_ 1 to 80SO ,, S. L. Prescott --- !n
r economy. God Will Provide Take no LotslIt 11 A WVS of NWU\ 24 8 10 Wlgglne Bros. _ L79 BU o t'8E" or 8E'" -___!3 T 10 Bank of Stark IL

Get the'tad. about these fine; ear .. Compare their! thought saying, What shall we New River 46 In' IiotBlk10 BU of NEB, WH 8 _of'4 of NWU SWU Of_ -WU>.._A_S* 7 SO 80" Bank ot Stark _- r

catT or, what shall we drink?'or, of Sea 11 A WH\ .NWU.24 1 10 Wlggln Bros. _.. _-. 14.19 Com at NW Cor of Sea SS .
lithe clean-cut style with any yon have ever created wbetewithal shall we be clothed? Lot f 9 of Blk 11 New Rlv.r ", " run E 415 yd. 8 440 yd*
In RM' of I' W 435 yd. N 440
NEU of Sec :yd. to pt
In your own Imagination. Learn about the de luxe But seek ye first the kingdom of 23 A WV4 of NWU .34 8 20 Lawrence Wiggins' .._'. 1.79:,t of beg -34 A fuse com at
All Blk 13 TllNcw ,NW dor of
r God and his righteousness and all ex Lot See 28 A ran
materials with which each car is trimmed and nphobtered these ; River In NF:+4 of '/' B tC beg B 440-Yd* to a
things shall be added unto Sea S3 A I11\Of NWU.34 8 10 -. ce Wlggln. __ of thence B' 880

-i iYl and how-carefully these are tailored. Sit and :you.-Matthew I: 81, 33. Lot.River 5 11 In E44 of NBU 11 New of Lawrence 8.41 N yd.810 S yd sic*t to yd.the W pt 130 of nests

To whom and for what sum did Sea IS A WV4 of NWU," __ 24 SO -73 A Smith P.
tide in the restful 8 Wiggla Bro*. _ -- 7 SO 108 Wiggins A -
wide seats and will realizefchat Lot" 251 NU of ..
you Judas sell his Lord and Master 144789 10 11 11 of NBU 1. 1 .. III NID II
Blk IS New River li E cor for church .._-____8/ 7 SO 79 Truman 'D. Dial -
just as no restrictions hare been put on mechanical " Answer, read Matt. 20:14:16.: ''of 8.0 as ".Wof W14\ of SW\4\ of Nte% .. EIi!: IL
July; SO NJJiXr 24 8 20 Lawrence Wlgglns _ .14.41 SE14 Of NWK 1 6 tl 40 R. S. Rosier
performance, so no limits have been placed on Safe Investment Lot S7s10111l. 8; Of Of U'
NW'I1- till Morgan
He that bath of mill 14 New River In E SW14;, --tt ICI'W. II.
comfort and beauty. KU of NBU' Of Beo 13 orr.rfN"'\
: _
W% of NWU.n-._._.It. so Lawrence WI..ln. ..;.-11.57 NEU - _r,,...14.. of I I SI 25 Gordon Orlffl -.---- I'11
There is much to interest the careful Lot 1 8 10 11 11 of Bile IB SEU of BEg .14 I 11 4ct I. D. Carmlchael
buyer* _STOP ITCHING! New River In KU Of NE% NBU' of NEU" -_._._._, -33 I 11 40 J. D. _:::::' it

Choice: of sparkling colors, a variety of rich of See 11 A WU\ of NW i4-84 6 soSO Lawrenc' Wlgglns __.. 1.24 WUof NWU _____U II 11 80 J. D. Carm.cha.I .
upholstery It .. Bffr freM E..__ tmmm-.>o- Blk 14 ex Lot 8 New River NBU of NEg of NWU\ .-6 I 11 10 Horace Norman - --It
materials Rustless itit.tio Steel, safety glass, Ilondaillddoubleacting J>.|- Oik. .........' l..h. Crevnrf .. Tee W4\ of NWU '______.34 S Lawrence .o I E Clf NPJ'' of NE\4 _2s I 11 SO ::141.. Dora Clark : i4Al
M I,.,, .. A.......'. ..... Mxh IMk. r<<_. Lot 8 of Blk 18 New River Wlgglns _ '.U E of 8Ww. of SW14 n I C. Edwards:
11 10 l4rs.: 1L
shock absorbers, one-piece welded steel .1!_. H.r4 ..W Sl. C.r... .-....* 5414. la 'IiI'-' of NRU of Sea 11 SW\4\ of NE44 N of road
er M_/lle Bit, **- A WlJ of NWU .____.U. soso Unknown _, A In NE dor of SB
wheels slanting windshields, and many other features OR. COUNTS All Bike 17 11 19 SO It 11 '.11 SWU Ex W B A A ex :: 11
McrmaKiiAiiMo. 3J New River In BH' of tor road _ -_27 S II al R. R. __
which to* o. the Ford happy investment. LOTION NKU of Sea S3 A Wy, of All NWU of 6F.U B of Call
run l.Hery. jr*_ .! e.._.> Cl*.. k..1. NWU 81k ___14 < Lawrence Wiggins _ 14.49 .t ex 1-A (n BW cor 106 ft
u..te--N. :. G.-esl.w.. : Lot 4 5 of 34 New Rlv by tao ft _.__ _
'T er la ----_IS I II II E.. D.- Cud ...----"
Cu .ee.i..1 Ely of NBU of Sao Com
,i u = .. .= ::.r udw on N line of NWU of
( . S A of
ek e0. WH NWU _24 4 soc B. A. 8BU
Mabel on E
11... M e.etr.Me,. b _ srd_ e, Lot II of Bile 14 New River Sapp ____, 387 .t aide of Church
run B
on said .t 178
.a -_ crew ... ....
.o In BH of NBU\ ot Sea ft B 110 ft N 17B ft W 210 5
11 A WU Of NWU __ ft to beg _.. .. '
\ 24 '
soso '
Lawrence -, -28 1 SSSI J! H. Smith ---'
was w All BUt 1( ex Lot 1 New Wiggins; _. SCI Beg 4) ft ri o7 NW ?coy of -
,, k. .tN River In B>4 ot NBU\ of E\4\ of Nw\4\ of SEI4) of -
. IYMN . II.. WU of NWU\ _14 1 ... run
Lawreae 1 ft
... !.i.) J Lot 1 of ] Wla-fla _, 14.18 ft I1T06 t _
is Blk New' River _, W 11(1( ft .N .... aaa8 1 L. C, Hobb
eiy : .
.V. to lilt of NBU! $
041ee "Ut CDI' Of te .
ot8y1111 of4
I A Wft of MwU_ a so E.A.&wb.l.p.. .. "1.\\ 0811. : 9nr ,
af'hv Lets. I 1 10 11 11 el Blk 38 1.34 ," .' :' "


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------- -- -
- - -
of the bawk tribe a clean bill of ...

health In a general way we can-

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs not do it with all, for the Cooper's -.

and Sharp-shinned Hawks, fast flyIng Cmueh Ot/.iV *

bird killing species commonly 'fD1Ul !" L. J

known as "blue darters" or "blue- -- i

LLIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I tails," may be rightly classed as -
the most destructive of all known

quail enemies with the possible exception ThroatWith
of man himself, who may Don't Rasp Your

OUR EXCHANGES be their greatest friend as well.
Quail are terrified whenever a

"blue darter" appears and if pur-
sued are doomed unless there Is a

err pierce-With being nets, boats and about 50 pounds offish briar patch, grape vine tangle or

In Dealing activities was reported to Game Commissioner similar refuge close at hand into Harsh

Inlfested set In Fort Pierce boat Charles C.: Woodward by which they can escape for these
operations at the plant of hawks hunt them persistently and I
dinff telephone here yesterday from II.
boat works are rung often during their 365! day open
Bakua tilt at the present time. C. Harper deputy game commis- season. Quail and other beneficial
full sioner of Gainesville. The meg, birds are greatly benefitted thrua irritants

Worn- whose names were not given, were reduction in the numbers of these

erry-The progressive excellent apprehended as they were operat- arch destroyers which should be

fit,club Is making some club ing In Newnan's lake, near Gainesville .' shot at every opportunity, and the
ivements on their on Thursday night. The dep-
P street nests searched out and the parent
on north Jefferson uty reported that the men expectedto birds killed
dlDg during the early spring Reach for ,,
esnployIrestuccolng !
large force of men being plead guilty when arraigned, as months. ThIs la easier said than a
the entire exterior. he claims they were caught red- .
boast done, unfortunately, for "blue dart- .
L clubs in the state can handed. ers" become
may exceedingly wary
the WornJa instead"Everyone
|as! fine a building as after a career in chicken thievery.As LUCKY
club of this city. Ft. Lauderdale-Broward coun- a general rule the smaller fast :

SeedptUly ty has many Interesting show flying hawks are the ones to kill,
isburg The Kilgore places, but the most satisfactory while
the hawks
more conspicuous .
headquarters inut : has an Adam's Apple-Ivory
with the one which can be revisited the I and those of soaring flight can well 3.
City, has opened a branchIce most often without tiring. Is Com-I be spared unless individuals become 4I man-every woman has one. Touch yourAdam's ?,

In Leesburg.the state This and largest one modore A. IL Brook's tropical i destructive at the poultry yard, as Apple with your finger. You are actually
led company In paradise Wyldewood. Beautiful, those of any kind may occasionally -
[the largest In the south select- exotic shrubbery and plants from do. The best way is to learn to :. y0 touching your larynx-this Is your voles

I uesburg because of Its central dlgrsity far tropical corners of the earth, distinguish. the good kinds from t4.114 k'pyA box-It contains your vocal chords.When you
the -
"ation and also because
giant butterflies, rare flowers, the bad.
and large area of ; q consider your Adam's Apple, you are considering
of crops singing birds, fountains, odd fig- It Is worse than useless to kill ;
Ovation In that section.. ures, statuary and sculpture. The owls'as a measure of quail protec- : your throat-your vocal chords !t

ofrnew central point of interest for hundreds tion, for even the largest kinds < ?

Largo-Actual construction and hundreds of tourists each kill no more than an occasional "TOASTING" expels certain harsh Irritants
$80,000 steel and concrete winter Is the giant Banyan-one of quail that has been flushed from
at Largo will present In all raw tobaccos. These expelled
plant the most striking and outstandingtrees the roost by prowling foxes or cats, .' '
gin early In July, It was an- of its kind in the entire state. due to the fact that they hunt w k ''> Irritants are not, present In your LUCKY ;i
S. Taylor, presi- -
iunced by Jobn largely by sound and motion, and '' > .
STRIKE-the modern cigarette. We sell these.
citrus City Growers' a Y
bit of the Titusvllle New proof of the ordinarily prey on creatures active -
elation which Is building the success of the growing of flowers like themselves during the : expelled Irritants to manufacturers of chemIcal

ut The modern plant will re- In Florida on a large commercial night time, or that roost in con- ; compounds.Everyon. knows that..unshlnem.llow.that's
ee the one recently destroyed scale has been given this year by spicuous places. All the largerowla /
[ fire George C; Brockatt, at Titusville.Mr. do much good as well through why the "TOASTING"Process !;

Brockett said that the grow- the killing of rodents and the 0''' Includes the use of. Ultra Violet Rays. LUCKY ,
[Jacksonville-The trade of two- ing of cut flowers for the season of skunks, and r
andre young opossums STRIKI-made of the finest tobaccos-the*
States '
3 of the drawing to a close, had profitedhim other creatures that prey to a ..
than half of Mexico would to a great extent. He extended greater or lesser degree upon quailor Cream of the Crop,-TrUNT-"IT'S- '+ TOASTED"u

d Its outlet through ports on the his operations to take in eigh- their If wild turkeys are --
eggs. and
an extra,secret exclusive heating proc....
{ of Mexico and through a ship teen acres, and next year he hopes being preserved, however, the -
fial across north Florida. This to plant some thirty-five acres to Great Horned Owl may well be shotas It Is this process that expels th-.r harsh!.

I a eallent observation by Col.bert flowers. During the season he opportunity presents for they \ :s Irritants. No wond.r 2O,679 American physicians
A, Youngberg, following found a ready sale for gladiolus
are destructive to turkeys and C. \
have stated LUCKIES to be less Irritating
ten8lve investigation of the pre- bulbs, and flowers, Easter lilies, chickens, though partly beneficial '
ng rate structures and the calla lilies, gerbera statice snap through their destruction of rats No wond.r LUCKIES are always kind to your !Y

ement of traffic 'during 1929. dragon, roses and all varieties of and skunks. Any of the larger e \ throat. And so we say"Consider your Adam's
spring flowers grown in the state.. owls become destructive S e \ -
I Ft Myers-Construction of the where game may birds are being reared iA Apple.** Bo careful your choice of cigarettes

Ua\\ unit of the new First Chrls- Vero Beach The honor of in- artificially in open-topped pens,

church will be commenced troducing the first English pheasants and require control. l

11, it was anonunced by J. S. in Indian River' county is As Is wen known crows are great ;. TUNA IN-The Lucky E

Inline, church official. Therll&l doubtless due to L. '''Ashburner, of lovers of eggs of all kinds and may % ,s.; Strife Dane Orchnrm

will be erected on the lot Roseland. From a setting of twen- become destructive to quail where 3r N very' Tuesday,Thursday

btenectlon\ of McGregor Boul- ty eggs there were hatched a doz- they are very numerous, and .g C ,:. and Saturday ."..n'n.OWl' '

11'I\\ ad Tournament street en pheasants May 24 this. year. Two nesting cover for the quail scant r: ,;,:, N. B. C. Mtwork '
purchased by the church of the little birds were killed bya and open. Due to the damage they

Iw years ago for 5.000.., It will snake, leaving ten now living of do to crops however, farmers seldom -
>M feet long by 37 feet wide. the brood. The eggs were secured have to be encouraged to

from the Florida fish and game shoot crows, which know only too
jOcala-A. drainage project to department. At another hatchery; well how to take care of them

3000 acres of muck soil, conducted by Arthur Kuhn at his i selves. It might be well to point ..

canal 10 miles in length, bor- home in Shadowlawn, are eighty: out, however that the warfare .

g Marion county, northeast little pheasants which were hatch- against crows Is only of benefit to It toasted +;4''' AN.JUAet. IkratQ ll/KR/i/ ,{ .

Cure, will soon be completed, .ed from a setting of a hundred quail of the vicinity if carried on s :

cording to a statement from the eggs. This hatching was made as during the summer months while 1 ": tTir; '
eer in charge, T. Wt Shands a trial by Mr. Kuhn, and if he can game birds are nesting, for crows !*,:"::' :': '::!::,.:* ,:::,. ,,>,'::;: :>';':;'ii"f.""'! ,,:;:::::,*':"' :<:,j.,.':,: .",:i:,: :',;;:::f: :"ir

f dtra. The Improvement Is be- I succeed in raising these birds he wander widely during the winter, Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays +
i.g[the made Orange by a Lake corporation:Muck known Farms will aim of have Indian more River hatched.county It sports is the and nest those in distant present that time may Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies ,:ft }<}, ::f x 1\\\\;;.;\\:\;\ M4WtJ, \\ \\\\ \\ :\ \ \ f j\:\$\\\l fll '

.mpany, with offices In GainesSt ment to stock the vacant lands of In conclusion, a few remarks on Your Throat Protection-against irritation-against cough l<
that section with the pheasant, the relation of domestic poultry to 1911 Til.Amtrlein fob....Co..Ufr. 4
which Is a larger bird than the quail may not be amiss Wide

[ Petersburg Deed to a 28- quail and which Is a hardy forager. ranging turkeys, chickens and other ...
fn tract of land near the center + domestic birds may become a eighth and ninth, :Mrs. Jim Mott. Mrs Hogan Smith and children,' FARMERS SHOULD OBSERVE I bot accustomed Is no reason the)

F St. Petersburg bas been acceptby BIRD ENEMIES OF THE QUAIL serious menace to quail in a varietyof Motion that P.T., ,A. have a business of Sampson City' spent last Sunday AND MAKE THE! BEST USE method Is not a good one.WRUF .

* city officials. This tract will waya. Turkeys are very fond meeting''the.first Friday-afternoon her with her sister, :Mrs. L. I.... OF ADVANTAGES THEY IIA VIC e
i made Into of the most beau- In the last article we discussed -
one of and few nests
quail eggs escape and social. meeting the Morgan.Mr ,
1 parks in the city.. The land the tremendous reproductive power Chasing the rainbow after the
their while chickens .and 1. FARM/ PROGRAM
sharp eyes, third Friday evening In each month Mrs L. Morgan and
aa the proverbial pot of gold at its foothaa
formerly and has
owned by :Mr. that nature provided
destroy nests on occasion. Quailare children, were visiting her slater The Vie of Florid/ ;
1'1. A. p. Bartlett pioneer resists quail, or partridge, to offset the was made by Mrs. L. R. Waters long since ceased to be a profession '
also to Mrs. at
susceptible poultry Smith
very Sampson City
of the Sunshine City. 'The loss of eggs young and mature diseases and parasites, which are and seconded by' Mrs. M. P. :Ma- last Sunday.Mr. for even farmers know ,..J! *3
te seen municipalum host of nat- theny. The motion was carried. that the only pot of gold existingat
proposed for a birds caused by their
spread far and wide by freeranging E-! A. Galney was transacting Gainesville, Fla.---Florida farmers I
,, but it was later thought ural enemies, for Its seems that ev- Motion that first aid kit be filled the foot of the rainbow la soil.
domestic birds. Even worse is business In McGIll last Monday. will offered many Interesting;
would talon and by P. T. A., Was made by Mrs. However many of us still alt Idly
serve the city better as aIn ery creature of tooth, the practice of spreading poultry Mr. and Mrs Arden Crosby of talks during the Florida Farm '
Red and seconded by Mrs Waters. around and wish for some good fortune -
claw baa been likewise providedwith 'fS
manure over the fields, for fertilizer Yukon; were visiting his parents, Hour, programs to be broadcast {
The motion was carried. Motion without ever trying hard
satisfied very
-=- an appetite best by for the game birds may be- Mr. and Mrs., P. .A. Crosby her each day next week from state radio -
[Gainesville that each member due. of to work for own good fortune.
their pay
Seven ,counties, the flesh of the quail or eggs. come seriously Infected. last Sunday. station WRUF. The programs
ua,, Marion, Votusl,.1I'1agler, In this article we will confine ourselves There are a few other birds such cent. a :year, as is required by the Many of us pass up opportunities wU be on the air from 12 to 12:4S I

Johns, Putnam and Duval, sue- to the bird enemies of quail, aa shrikes (butcher birds) and organisation, was mad by Mrs unrecognized because we are not p. m., eastern standard Urn*. The
Jly completed their campaign leaving the others for later discus Waters and seconded by Mrs. Ma careful observers.
bluejays that may molest quail or topics for next week have Just been
\met the cattle fever tick May sion. theny. The motion was carried. HAMPTON The story Is told of a farmer living -
their under exceptional conditions announced by the University of
The splendid cooperation of In considering bird enemies of but the damage they do Is Mr. Maxwell asked that the P. Bfte ..... ....., Cm. In a section of the country Florida Agricultural Extension }
T. A. get six bags of sawdust and where lime was needed to
cattle owners Is re- these birds one naturally grow
largely game rule too for Service, and follows
a Insignificant con-
Ible e* six of coal oil to be used as; certain ? The family cat died,
for the gratifying results thinks first of hawks and owls, and sideration. A reduction In the number gallons crops Sat., July 18-Florida Farm '
the extermination of the cat- many assume that if these were of "blue darters" and of crows a floor oil base. I Miss: Doris McDanlels of> Tampa, and In digging a bole In which to News and Hints. U. S. Farm Bel-,

1 tick from these counties paves all killed off the quail would thrive. where numerous, as well as reasonable Motion for adjournment was 1 has recently been the guest of her bury the cat, a substance which ence Snapshots.Mon. .
e way for the development of a This .Is far from the truth,however, control of poultry wanderIngs |I made by Mrs. Matheny and seconded : ,' cousin, Miss: Grace and tyjune Ad- proved to be marl was discovered .,July 20-Results of Recent y

nth while cattle Industry in this for many of these birds are actually be considered as mattersof by Mrs. Baxter.' The motion kins.M.. The farmer bad been hauling lime- Experiments In Swine FeediDl'-
lie area. beneficial rather than harmful primary importance where quail : was carried. Adjournment was declared Z. Sullivan and family of Miami atone a long distance for his alfalfa !- Dr. A. L. Shealy. Farm Reporter d Y
rule thanksto by the president at 4:44 p. visited Mr.Sullivan's mother crop when.right on his own ,
to quail interests as a at aTuee
are desired In abundance, however, Washington. .
I Panama City William their wholesale destruction of Mrs. Jr P. Sullivan this week. farm h* Had for the digging, a
Burgess, 21
and are worthy of serious atten- m.The July Controllingthe'' c
i Brooker"P. T. A. sponsoreda Mrs D. W. :Moore of Theresaa substance as satisfactory as lime
alleged shot and instantly creatures that eat quail or quail tion, for quail thrive beat where Sweet Potato Caterpillar and Army ,
lied enry Nevock in thejhall of eggs., For instance there la ample their handicaps are few. I play, "Deacon Dubba", staged by spent last Sunday with her slater, stone. He hadn't observed It. Worm J. R.Watson. Farm Question
e Panama Hotel Sunday after- scientific basis for classing Red- : the school Improvement club of the Mrs.-J. J. Brannen. Sweet clover used to be a peat in Box..

10 blat 6:30 o'clock., Domestic tailed Red-shouldered ana Marsh :Bell high school: Friday evening, Mr, and Mrs'Lorenza of Tampa, the middle west. Now It Is being Wed., July 22How the Florida,

was given aa the 'couse. Hawks -mainly beneficial, for July In the high school auditorium.Mrs. are spending a few days with Mrs. used aa a valuable hay and gracing Experiment Station Is Organized .

crock' was shot,eight times, ace all are, eaters of snakes, rodents BROOKERBUM U W. McDonald and little Mrs. Lorenza's brother, J. G. Lam-. and green manure crop because sam T. Fleming Primer for Town t
. to Information furnished and others that prey on quail to an son. Wilbur, are spending sometime oreaux some man observed. Farmers. '
a deputy of the sheriffs office. extent that more than offsets the Vera Galney Cor. i here with her sister, Mrs. H. Z. Brown, who has been under Sunflowers used to b'fought asa Thur, July 23-Farmers' Week

lie was taken In custody., It damage the hawks themselves'' do B. Croeby, returned to her home In the doctor's treatment In Jacksonville weed In Kansas, which is now an Educational and recreational w

understood that the two men to these game birds. If one of The Brooker P. T. A. bad a call Greensboro last Thursday.Mr. for several weeks has returned known as the "Sunflower State/' Vacatlon-r-A. P. Farm r?
lured 1 >n a shooting affair about these hawks destroys fifty cotton meeting FrIday. July 10. In the and Mrs A. B.. Crosby and to his home here. I Now this crop Is being used as a Reporter at Washington. '
fee or four months dozen or- two egg-eating high school auditorium. The purpose little son, Glenn, of Jacksonville, Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville, will feed for chickens and as a silage
ago In Pen- rats, a I Fri., July 24 -What Farm Demonstrations f
snakes, and an occasional young. of this meeting was to elect spent the week her with her par preach at the Christian church next crop, all because sum man observed In Have
or skunk during the officers to serve until the first Friday ents, Mr. and Mrs. I* R.'Gainey. Sunday morning and evening. and set to work to find a use 'Shown Taylor County
west Palm Beach opossum of we can overlookthe In March, 1032 and to find out Mr. and Mia. K. B. Crosby and Mrs. I.. O. John was called to for the weed. County Agent R. S. Dennis
-George ... course the year and
WIt', of r Welt Palm Beach one half dozen quail caught also what must be done in order to be Mr and Mrs I* C. Crosby spent a the bedside of her father. Mr.8b&rehouse Many thing that were formerly :Taylor.County: farmers.COFFINS .

QIe member of the Philadelphia during this period, especially as recognized by the union as a stand few days of last week In GreeAs- of Tampa who Is very thought to be useless or In the way ,
aUonU MaebaU to likelihood that the ma- ard P. T. A. boro with friends and relatives. UL are now being used to-ad vantage.In .
league club there a
etIIa n and all round, genPortsman jority of the game birds caught by, The meeting was called to orderat Mr. E.,A. Calney and Mr. Olsen J. W. Nlmmo was transacting some Industries by the byproducts &: CASKETS J'

I'OInoter of sports. Is these slow soaring hawks are' 3:30 o'clock. The preceedinga Thomas were attending to businessIn business In Starke last Monday. which were formerly thrown And m Fun Lin of
making a
JI( ) mile motorboat tour of Fiords wounded diseased or otherwise were as follows: Song Americathe Stark last Thursday :Mrs R. :M. Faver and children, away are no paying operating expenses re.'t.

** a'algnment him- defective individuals that react Beautiful; prayer, Mr. Mc- Mr. J. D, K Uen of Sarasota. laspending Mary Blanch and Haynes Mar for the industry.And Undertakers Supplies.
, ee'""'ting given to danger. Gauley; election of officers: president a few days her, with shall, are spending this week with so'we farmers should keep +k
N. sited magazines two slowly little Sparrow Miss Leola Fogg; vicepresident friends and relatives Dr. Paver in Memphis, Tenn. our eyes open to the opportunltle.around ,AUTOMOBILE HEARS
lie' is >one in The handsome eat;; Mrs M. P. Matheny; secre- Mr. and Mrs, U It. ,Futeh of A. A. McDonald,: who Is a business us., And another thing, we ....." .. H.... ''Tfe. *_e r .
now Hawk la mainly a grasshopper .. ...
.000 preparing an L. R. Waters treasurer, Hampton were visiting friends and transactor at Switzerland should not Idea be- .t Newest .?!- ,{
word I Broad- tary, Mrs reject an Just .
account of his adven- er, while the unsuspicious. 'srs.-al *M iM*. .. t.......* :
ell of Which wm be Hawk U entirely beneficialto Mr. L.R.Waters chairman of program relatives here last Sunday. spent the week-end with his .family cause It is It"" ., New ideas have ..sass.RsozsTmt.n .
P tI1 tnostrath I winged E. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen and been the
I Photographs and agricultural interest*,I committee, Mrs. ; here. making of Industries and tSALER l
taken.duringarreit game shot due to a slight room mothers, first: Mrs. J:. Baxter daughter, Pauline. of Glenn Bt e have been the making of Industries
although often the murderousCgop.r's I ; second: and third Mrs. T. Red; Mary spent the week''' her with West Paint Beach Hospital and have helped to make farminga DEWITT C. JONES baTArUts
T -The resemblance to fourth and fifth, Mrs. t. Morgan; her parents Mr. .and Mrs. H. P. department of city Jail being improved. better profession. Just because WLOIUDADA1 .

bite lI1eQ sad of twoeoon.catba Hawk. bulk sixth and seventh Mrs.. D. Polk; Gafawjr, some method ..,suggested which is
of. their Although we can: give the I ...-.....
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) at the Pittsburgh Presbyterian, from which June 28th met I Home Folks Hear About Camp From-These ; \ UNSUCCESSFUL!:: WuthJ1ch cued MUlberry Holland street- Tel1ord Service n Sla t '

!ftocigty)7 until the Sid of July, he being a h a HOMEMAKING Newmark avenues, betweel1 p 01114
delegate for the Starke PresbyterIan -
church. Mrs. G. H. Lowry then Me'I .:f By GRACE VALLOMAyCHEESE

gave a talk on the Young People'sConference

1 1sfi which was recently STRAWS

d CANOVA-LINDA held in New Smyrna.A i -
social half-hour was then en-
I Cheese straws mode lit home are'
News was received In Starke 'joyed and Mrs. Young served refreshments r, hk 7 w
1 asr l. one of the most nppetUIng. delicacies
w Tuesday of the marriage of Mr. J. to her guests. Mrs. A j e"" iM i : one ran serve with soup or
i 1' 3. Canova of Starke, to Miss Dorothy Tyson and Mrs. Luke were visitors salad. Tlit only WRY I can account

i p, ,r Linda of Hartwell Ga. Mr. from the state farm.MISCELLANEOUS 4i' > I II for their not being served more

bf, and Mrs. Canova are now on their e -T frequently Is that there must be
a # to I Idea In the back of
here lurking
} h s v"oneymoon:make their horn and will return SHOWER _ _ i-,: most some women's minds that cheese e

FOR MRS. N. D. WAIN- T t straws fire difficult tricky things to
WRIGHT ill.Honoring tV make successfully. If this 'Is how

} ,''I METHODIST M. S. TO MEET you feel about It, do try this recipeat 0I

Mrs N. D.. WalnwHght, the first opportunity I
' 1 } t 4 l The Woman's Missionary So- Jr., the members of "Our Sewing Take a cupful of sclC-i'UIng flour,

i + i' I tlety will meet In the church Monday Club" entertained with a miscellaneous which li simply soft wheat flour
) that does not need any baking pow-
f tf at 4 p. m. for the regular shower Tuesday afternoon der or salt to be added because I

r F ;monthly business meeting. at Mitchell's cottage on Kingsley throe ingredients/ ] have already been
perfectly blended Into It In the

:MISS MELBA SILCOX: I lake.The guests assembled on the V ;i ___ , .5- I right proportions lit the mill. Sift
E j y. KNTEKTAINS iipaclous porch which was artistically S just once before measuring. Add
to this three-fourths cupful of
Ali decorated for the occasion with
ejd3 + + y' Celebrating her sixteenth birth-' baskets of flowers and bamboo. united sharp cheese (uometlmes re.
< '' ', day, Miss Melba Silcox entertained .5 ( (l ) ferred to us "bltcy" cheese) and
'!'"g"' . sixteen of her friends with a swimming During the afternoon games were 8 \, t: I.1a' \I.; one-fourth cupful[ of fur. llulf HteuKpoonful
1' enjoyed and each guest wrote her r ) of jinprlkn mod a dllllh
ry y, ',
,, part at Klngaley Lake Friday The a .
favorite recipe for the bride. 1 'r I' <
afternoon. Arter a swim, a 1 ... ....
gifts were presented in a decorated :'',>.i<) 4>-; ... :
; 1 S picnic supper was enjoyed.. basket, daisies 'covering the entire o ,',. ,
j Those Invited were: Misses Mur- "\ TO" .
Inscrlptiotf around the baa- "No' ,. "
c. r top, an "
.' la Weeks..... Tbelma Andreu Mary ket reading. "Daisies won't tell." .r werjryg';- ', , ;' ;: : d ;;l T'h' ',,.J: J

, Pearce Lena Belle Shepard, Cleo The basket of lovely gifts were presented Ja.ii., ..'r''a.a" ,* wfd w'J*._>j..a&S, _. w'.. .:*ti"Wi Mi;+:)sftt&&ti&FIVE : : .. .'i. aAi e
ii Shepard, Batelle Kendrick, Lolselle to Mrs. Wainwright by little -a

y I y .' Turner, Etholln White, Louise Joan Dobrow. -.... -- .-. --
ry -
' rr a! Jlarshburn: Lois Lewis, Evelyn Swimming was then enjoyed, after music.
' llllq'; Eunice Canoes, Thelma Sil-
: Stump, which a picnic supper was serve MILEMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodges were
i ;t 1 cox, Beverly Cady Louise Edwards ed the members of the club and recent guests! of the Misses Blume. BOOTSEY'S BEACH .
I' P. Dekle, Cor.
lJ ,
and Martha Brownlee.
:: : 1 Estelle
their guests.Those Misses Josephine Blume,
:.l -. -
.. :- present were: Mrs. N. D. Parrish, Phoebe and Gladys Goodge
{Y i 4 EASTERN STAR OFFICIAL WaInwright, Jr., Mrs. Wm. Mundy, attended services at Five Mile Sun- Mr and Mrs. F. L. Conner and

ENTERTAINED Jr., Mrs. Orle Wiggins Mrs. William :Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Davis, children of Lawtey spent Sundaythe

' Dobrow, Mrs. W. H. Hart I and little daughter, Elizabeth Ann, day.Mrs.. Lillian Dekle and sons, guests of Mr. and Mrs. R N.
The Masonic hall was a bower of Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss Gussle; who have been visiting Mrs. Davis' spent Monday In Lake Butler,

y : ,, ,t ; beauty last,Thursday night, when I Mae.Bennett, Miss Elizabeth Ken parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle, guests of her father, Rev. S. S. Crawford. .
:Mrs. Reddish '
.'j' : Mrs. Mae T. Donovan, worthy drick, Miss Estelle Kendrick, Miss have returned to their home at Proctor. Mary here her spent the Y 4. That Shiny Nose]
hh week-end at son's W. M.
.' grand matron of the grand chapter, Mary Canova, Miss Eunice Perkins,' Shannon, Ga. Mrs. L. S. Dekle Miss Vida De Reddish.Mr. completely subdued. No

;;'i. '' 1 order of Eastern Star, made her Miss Rosalind Jacobs, Miss Dora Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hall of kle and their guest,'Miss Vivlrette and Mrs. Lacy Norman of constant Ineffective powdi can

a i ;; official visit to the Starke chapter. Manning, Miss Ruth Sternberg, Cross City, are visiting Mrs. Hall's Roberts of Jesup, Ca., called on Just one little extra touch and yn
Y, Tha mAtron of the Starke Highland spent Sunday the guests have not only
worthy Middleton Miss Inez eliminate
Miss Hazel ,
and Dekle Wednes-
Mr. Mrs. P. P.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Par-
of Mr. and L. Shine"
Mrs. M. but
k'. Thompson. have
chapter, Mrs. L. D. Oreen given
gave Abernathy, Miss Faye Safer, of day of last week. your COB'
Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Harris of plexion an entrancing,
.. ,beautiful words of welcome to the smooth
Jacksonville, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright here
..(; worthy grand matron and the following Mrs. Arthur Wood Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Dowling of Anderson last of Week.Tampa. was Weather Springs, were visiting Mr. soft site, pearly appearance ol eimul
Ralford, were visiting in our section -! on and Mrs. I. B. Thompson
: distinguished Miss Sunday
Dale Vansickel, Mrs. W. J. Epperson beauty.GOURAUtfS
Thursday of last week. morning.Mr. To make good pastry, such ascheese
Verna Bullard, past grand matron
; Mrs. George White, Mrs. J. M. I
Mrs. C. L. Varnes, Misses Lucllla Edward Bush of straws,with s.It.riuingflour,
:Mrs. Salome Malnes I Colesburg,
past grand
Mitchell, Mrs. George Lowry, Mrs. cut the shortening Into the flour
Electa; Mrs. Della Green past S. P. Vandlviere, Mrs. W. C. Man. I and Ellna Varnes, Masters: Russell, GRAHAM Iowa, was visiting at L. M. Murrhee' with a "dough! binder." This OR1ENT4l

grand Martha; Mrs. Susie Morris ning. Mrs. Paul Canova, Jr.. Mrs. and Claude Varnea, Ira Hallman Saturday afternoon and combines the flour and shortening CREAM
on, grand Instructor of district No. Clayton Strickland, Mrs. George I and Miss Alma Klckliter, A. T, Mtmrn Onto Mae Smith Cor.Wtf Sunday. quickly and efficiently. The advan 1
8, and Mrs. Eunice Clark grand Anderson, Mrs.. W. E. Torode and Carter and family of Jacksonville, Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee and tage of using self-rising flour Is Whit., n..h .nd'ShxlM

S4 representative of West Virginia. Mrs. Fred Moore of Lawtey. i Misses Nettle and Alma Rowe of 'are sorry to report that Mr. Miss Elate Rhoden, and Mr. Edward manifold. It .Is economical, dependable

Little Miss Elizabeth Dees of i Macclenny: were recent guests of Rhee McKinney, Is very ill at this Bush of Iowa, spent Sunday at and a great time saver, as the
'-Mr. and Mrs. P, P. flour, baking powder and salt are
? Jacksonville, gave a very graceful Dekle writing. We wish a speedy re Penny Farms. _
SURPRISE SHOWER FOR Rev. Smith of the Pentecostal Mlsso Jeannette all properly portioned and perfectly r \
;E toe dance and presented worthy covery. Carter and Miss blended by the miller.of I etIP1\6NiBJ
MISS MATTHEWSA .faith, is holding a series of meetings -
grand matron with a piece of gold. Miss Mattie Norman spent the Pearl Gibbs of Wateroak were
t' Little Miss Blanche Clark of Palmetto i at Five Mile school house. week-end with her parents at Van- guests of Misses Beadle and Geneva cayenne pepper complete the In. ')
j: entertained with a clever lovely affair of Sautrday afternoon -'The attendance is good and much derbilt. Gaaklns' Sunday.Mr. gredlents with the addition of

+, reading entitled "Agin the Star." was a bridgemiscellaneousshower : interest is being manifested.Mr. Miss Pearl Johnson has again resumed and Mrs. M. Rhoden of Wa enough cold water to make a stiff I

f 1. The worthy grand matron gavea given by Mrs. H. V. Knightat Nathan Gainey visited rela- her duties as school teacherat teroak were guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. dough.
very inspiring address concerning her home on W. Madison street, tives in our section last week. Rising. We wish her much suc M. Murrhee last Sunday. Add the water a little at a time.
the history and purpose of the when she entertained her bridge Howard Gainey, Kirke and Julian S---- Roll the pastry out till a quarter
a order of the Eastern Star. club and a few friends honoringMiss Dekle were visitors to the state cess.Miss of an Inch thick and cut into stripsa
Era Smith la ill at this third of
Brooksvllle an Inch wide and five
Florence Matthews bride- farm Sunday.Mr. New sound
At the close of the meeting, de- equip-
writing. We wiahh a hasty re ment inches long, using a pastry jogger
elect. and Mrs J. L. Simpson were installed in Victory Theatre.
lightful sherbert and home made covery. or sharp knife. Place the strips on
1 cake was served to about seventy The living room where the tables guests of the Messrs. Blume last Preaching services bas again begun Fort Myers Ground broken a baking sheet In even rob and ,.1

gue.ts. were placed was prettily decoratedfor I Sunday. at the Christian church. Rev. for first unit of new Congrega bake In a hot oven.
the occasion with garden flowers : Misses Josephine and Winnie tional church building In Edison
Daugherty, minister. The services
BAPTIST CIRCLES MEET In bowls and baskets. After ,Blume were shopping in Lake Butler Park.
; will run each night and Sundays I
several progressions scores were .. last Saturday. IL
for two weeks. Public invited. K. LAGERGREN ,
Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Missionary totaled and Miss Ethel Griffin K. P..Dekle called on L. L. Johns
Miss Martha Dryden has returned -
Society held Its awarded high prize and Miss Matthews Sunday. SurveyingLevelingMapping
regular to her home after visiting; several DR. .R, W. MARTIN 1 IED 1P.
meeting at the home of Mrs. P, :M. given the consolation.The !oIl'. and Mrs..P. P. Dekle bad as weeks south. II

'e Barefoot on Monday afternoon at surprise of the party came guests Saturday, Mrs. Sarah Jane School begun belle July 6th witha DENTIST Starke, Florida ;
y; 4 o'clock. when after a salad course bad been Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. R. "Dukes, Phone v BUJmeJIProsperity \
good attendance. Mr. Clifton 53 Hours: 9 to A Your
Mrs. G. W.Alderman, circle lead served, the hostess brought in the Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle and Brown and Miss Mattie Norman
er, opened the meeting by reading lovely gifts and presented them to ;daughter Sarah Lhlian.Dana ) ., teachers. i Over Corpenlng's Drug Store

i the 14th chapter of John, followed Miss Matthews.The Dukes and sister, Miss *
al'' by prayer. After the business session guests were: :Miss Florence Gladys visited friends. in Lake But. IhaCrestviewUStop j '

.; plans were made for attending Matthews, Mrs. T. T. Long, :Mrs. D. ler Monday Service Station

.. a. the aU day meeting at Corinth P. Carpenter, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson were opened for business by Mrs.

; church on Tuesday, July 21st. Offering Mrs. R. J.Davis, Miss Ethel Griffin guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gain- Kate Mathis. : FLORIDATHEATRE

for the afternoon was $1.80. and. Mrs. O. L. Beasley. i ey Sunday.Mrs. ---,- '

a After adjojurnment, Mrs. Barefoot Lona McKnlght and children ,Marlanna.-O. M Sheppard purChased -

l "f served refreshing fruit punch BIRTHDAY PARTY visited her brother, Mr. J. C. Marianna Times-Courier.

and pound cake to the following: Galney Friday. GAINESVILLE
,1 Kr J. D. Goodman Mrs. M. D. i Miss Lillian Sternberg;: celebrated William Harris had the misfortune ."Miami -Construction of freight FLA.

Bamgarner, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, Mrs. her thirteenth birthday'Thurs'' to lose a tine young mare last ferry line,, from here to Fisher's Is Largely a State of Mind

',k Q. W. Alderman, Mrs. S. L. Peek, day, July 9th, with a beach pajama week. Terminal. Island started. Program Week July 17

i lira.', W. J. Epperson. party at the Sternberg cot- I Owen Dekle and Joel Parrish ---J-.. There is more money in the country today than
Mra.'J. M. Brownlee was hostess tage on Klngsley lake. The ve- were visitors to Lacrosse Saturday Kest West Sidewalks and '

l :Monday afternoon to Circle No. 1 randa where the young guests were I.evening. pavements being improved. TODAY there was a year ago.

of the Baptist W. :M. S. at the entertained was appropriately decorated Mr. and Mrs. Julius Parrl h, had
i i l Weeks: cottage at Klngsley lake. with palmettos and ferns. as guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. ? 'Clermont E. G,. Winston took Norma ShearerIn What the country needs is confidence and what

Those attending were Mrs. A. :E. Games were enjoyed throughoutthe R., E. Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- over novelty and notion store of applies to other points applies equally to Bradford

Wall' Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. evening. The hostess was assisted gene Hall, J. C Galney J. P., and G. A. Maves. County.

":Thomas, Mrs. Alice Langford Mrs. In looking after the pleasureof 1C, P. Dekle. They were enter- I Plant City Local streets to be "A FREE SOUL"With

George C. White, Mrs. W. L. Wall her guests by,Mrs. Nat' Sternbel' tained with vocal and instrumental improved.FLAMES Don't hide circu
it in
and Mrs. S.'T. Del of Gainesville., ", Miss ,Ruth Sternberg and money away. Keep

7 Mrs. Junlus Smith' Sandwiches, Clarke Gable,.Leslie lation, with a little saved each week or month for
._...r..__ punch and cake that
4 EXECUTIVE' !: BOARDOMAN'8 were served. Howard Rainy Day" which may'. mean sickness hard
Those present with the hostess times
or old
CLUB age.
were: Misses Dorothy White,
'#' Alaine 'Wynn. June Smith Lola SATURDAY

The executive board of the Long, Dorothy Rltch, and Kathleen
h Starke Woman's Club Let Us Help You Arrange Your Finances
met Friday II Gasklns of Bartow,Messrs. Arthur "Big Business Girl"
s morning, July 10th, in the club li Darby Jones Kd Torode, Louis Hill.

brary, having been caUed by the Jr., Richard Long and JImmie With _
I Safety
Deposit Boxes for Rent y
' i club president, Mrs. N. D. Wain- Peek. ?
/( wrlght. The object of this call Young,

))1\(l meeting was to make plans for financing NOTICE Ricardo Cortez

''Sf the club for the coming The BANK of STARKEAN
year. All holding
parties keys to
'. The board voted to put on a safety deposit boxes of Bradford Monday & Tuesday"Lawyer's HONOR ROLL BANK

) ,Demonstration Fair at club on County Bank are to E.
requested S.
1.yl. the 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. of Oo- I contents of box and return remove Secret"With Matthews, Pres. R., J. Davis, Cashier

tober, plans to be perfected later. keys before August I, 1931.

.of The 'club has sponsored fairs of JOs. E. WILSON, Buddy Rogers Clive

:..t, this nature before and they have Liquidator Bradford County Bank. + v Brook Richard -
1 : proven highly successful. T-10-4t. ArlenWEDNESDAY I Bile

.;-i' .The president announced that Wake Up Yo Liver
the late Mr. J. W. Alvarez had bequeathed Hialeah HUeah Park being I
t 11<;'" to the,Woman's remodeled at expenditure of 11..
Starke the of ClubThe 000.000. I
t sum $: Jeanette McDonald !
? board voted that said sum should Tampa $6 .OOO home of Young Victor -Without Calomel

'51 b* used for purchasing an ornamental Women's Christian Association McLaglen

,,,1 fountain of classic dedicated. In --
design .
:y. to be placed on the club grounds. Clewiston Plans being considered "Annabel '* Affairs" And YoaH Jump Out of Bed If thle. MU.. le sot flowte DWOM /,JOG Isdo. +..
After all business for in the ... ec-a.II,.. ID M
was concluded reorganizing Southern Morning Rarin'to Go := T .....
: ,,the board adjourned. Sugar Company bloats es 7.151ob.bad.rtes.d7esrkestJtbmol.. ...
o THURSDAYForbidden t .'

i i' t -:: LADIES AUXILIARY OF being Tarpon Improved.Springs Local schools 1C s5E> teelllOUl'punJr.don'and,auDk and the s ft.ab)a evt Is >l...h>... leer *T....
IlWaDOtF. ..
lot .... M.... *..T
a i PKESYTEIilAN!: CHURCH Stuart C W. Gibbs seeks Adventure u4> s *
1 .J.r ENTERTAINED: franchise for / ttsr11-1" h-......
; establishing Butane thmdt0 $ K117TfJ.Lt.gltPaza
: a..o.uT
----- gas plant hen"Winter ; : maim J'OQ
: sweet ...rwaab
and = .
The Ladies FRIDAY buoyant aDd fII1l .. teeettwse .
Auxiliary of the Park -t R. C. Barker. .
t __..._n.u.____.____. ... I'or .. .4eadae'usbd. q.eI
Presbyterian church met Thursday : Inc.. men's furnishing store, being. I f tJIe.F esa'. do *II. They aaJr: coterie ttsald.l. .....-. ...'

f 1'evening at the home of Mrs. H.IL,, redecorated. MENACE 75 TANKS'OF OIL Starting after an "Transgression"lOc coon the oo..le and a tare move. ....--..e.e.ey. to.rre f lee,.---
; Toung. After the regular business Arcadia .-., Van Pettern Funeral explosion on a small barge, a fierce fire the ant doe.a't PI at tae
< swept over pier of the SheU 1 arw The ..................
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'';' meeting Mr. C. N. Christy gave a Home, located at ,209 East Oak. Petroleum, Products:: Company,Inc, at,Perth Ambo,.. K"'J, threatening "Iw. s do ......''e'.
'1\talk on the General Assembly of street, remodeled., "' tQ )Ignite Mvtnty-fivtt farce oil tanks. & 5Oc' !I II". ..r..2t ebwld peas e.t... fIIIIt
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--' 5252525Concerning Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhodes of Mr. C. A. Knight pent Thursdayand Mrs. George English and Mrs: Mat-

Gainesville were guests for the Friday in Tallahassee, return- tie Duke of Qultman, Ga. The
week-end of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. ing with Senator E. M.\ Johns, who party party left Monday morningfor -:- Do You Know ? -:-
ofJ.Dcal Hayes at Kingsley Lake. pent the week-end with his fam- Miami for a abort visit. .
ily. (l.,. ;/"U.t toP) .
Miss Mary Canova returned Fri : M*. and Mrs. H. E. Brown of

day from Daytona Beach where Mr. and Mrs. W.'M. Wainwright Sunny Brook Farm, left Monday

Nevi9 she has been the guest of Mrs. W. and children! FaUy Ruth, and But, morning to spend a few days in,,I
M. Wainwright. Jr.. returned homeaturday aftera Asheville, N. C., visiting their, .
delightful two: :week's, stay at daughter, Mrs. A. M. Enderlln, and : ...,t" ;.,,),,>,'10.: \ :..' .'
Business and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Perry of Daytona Beach. "" from there will go on to Indiana '"' ?;",! ,. "
Our People J'f'; ,"
Gainesville: spent Sunday visiting .' and Illinois and spend a month .visiting {1."! ${ :"$$0: \ '
Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. II. E.'Brown of Sun- Mr. and Mrs. W. Ck Hall and friends and'relatives. >. : ,. ,
ny Brook Farm.Representative. I sons leave Friday for Atlanta, da., ) a 4y

____....II..Jl-JI.JI.ill..1I..II..ICJUJUJl..ll.Jl.JLJl.JUJLJL. .. : : .JI-V for a visit of several weeks. They Gainesville members of theChiOmega ;,;
ocaca:: :: = e N. D. Wainwright -. will accompanied by :Mr. I. O Sorority entertained at a
REPORT Mr. and Mrs.'C. Ft Johns of Jasper returned to Tallahassee Knight of Jacksonville swimming party at the attractive
WE.-\Tlum are the guests of Mr and Mrs. Monday after spending the week' , I cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Addison
-starke branch U. Lorenzo Green. end with his family. Mr. and Mrs.. .H. S. McAllister 'Pound on Kingsley. Lake. Wednesday '

piled Department by and daughter; ,Evelyn, of Delray afternoon. After a swim, a
restry i Col. II. V. LoU of :23 'and SiSo dreg visiting served. There
July 15th: Knight was a professional materials Beach, spent Sunday In Starke picnic supper was
k ending visitor in Gainesville Mon now l{
to :Max.. Min. Preclp. day. for 5o and 7 1-ftc on sale at Andrews -: and Mrs. H. E..Brown of Sunny friends who enjoyed this outing.A .
Store. Brook Farm.
9 95 75 .33 Mrs. Harold Wall who has been week-end houso party at c
10 94 71 2.44 visiting relatives in Tampa, arrived Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Clarke of' Mr. and Mrs. William Randall Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs.
11 94 69 .01 home Wednesday.' Americus, Ga., were guests Satur- and son, of Tampa, are the guestsof 'R. Brown, chaperoning. Includedthe M MZ
12 92 71 .05 day of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demo- Mrs. Randall's parents, Mr. and following: Miss Carolyn Ar- ; (
13 90 74 .06 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dyal and rest. Mrs. J. M. Alvarea: at their Kings- nold, "Bubber" and "PeWee" R asS y z
14 89 T. children of Lake Wales visited ley Lake cottages Brown, of Jacksonville; Miss Car-
1J: 91 75 .'J.1$ relatives In this section this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and orlyn Cockerell!, Miss' Mary Hale,
Mr. and Mrs. O. A Wiggins were Mr. and Mrs. If. H. Young, :MIss Miss Dymple Roebuck, Miss Ann
;Elise Jones Orlando.UI Visiting rs. Mr. and. Mrs. B. J. 'Alderman of visitors in Savannah, Ga., last Sun: Lucille Mitchell ana Miss Elisabeth -,Long Donald Bishop, Wilbur Bishop .!

I Magulre! In Melrose, were attending to busi- day. Kendrick motored Saturdayto .. and Billy Watson, of Gaines. i
ness In Starke Wednesday. Savannah, Ga. They were ac- ville.
Thelina: Andreu: is visiting
Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., :Mrs. J. D. companied home by Mr. Theodore
>es In Stuart. Master Edward Marshburn of Doyle and Miss Dora Manning Young, who has been attendingC. SS 4S 55 .*

at Klckllter'a. Marianna, is spending a week with spent Thursday at Camp Foster M. T. C. at Ft./;Screven. Ga: Jacksonville Building costing
|ld pea seed his aunt Mrs. George C. White. visiting friends and relatives. approximately $20.000 will be
Wonderful bargains at Andrews erected In city for Stanley Motors
and Mrs. William Jacksonville. Miss Loiselle Turner, Mrs. Dale Mrs. Claude Jones and Mrs. L. Slor-'ihdo begins Friday 9 a. m. Company, Inc., distributors of'
[Wednesday Vansickel and'Mrs. Hudson were N. Sweeney of Hampton were visItors reduced price oil everything. Chryslers and Plymouths.

Harward visitors in Gainesville Monday. in Starke Wednesday afternoon Octagon Soap, ft for 10; B pound / c , ......mmotfl1ill1 t
end Mrs. Doyle of Sugar for 10a to those who buy Mount Rora Crate mill to be \ pAt t
f Sunday In Jacksonville.Pearla Miss Mae M. Patchett is spend $2.00 In dry goods, Friday or Saturday established here by Mount Dora *>
-_ __ '-- ing a two weeks vacation in New Mrs. Dale Vansickel Crate and Supply Co. HAT5th. largest herd of buffalo In the world U located In Wainwright dl
Whitten of R&lford, accompanied J. National Park. Alberta, a fenced-ln area of 100 square miles?* P"
,3 La. -
recent visitor In Starke. by Mrs. S. L. Scruggs of Sanford There are more thai fl.OOO animals In the herd which has grown from''
i '. Gainesville, has returned home after Mrs. W. T. Jackson, Miss Flora Establishment of 711 purchased from a rancher In Montana In 1907. In addition the
was a visitor Miss Lula Redgraves left Thursday -.1' a two weeks visit in Lakelandand Belle Jackson, Mrs. D. C. Fore- grapefruit and orange canning, Canadian Government has shipped 6,000 animal to Wood Buffalo Park,
w. B. Mundy for a two week's visit In Vir St. Petersburg. hand, Mrs. W. B. Gault! and daugh- plant here assured. In Northern Alberta and has slaughtered another 5,000. The meat of the '
[cXsonvllle Monday. ginia. I ters, of Albany, GIi.., arrived Wed I 1,0ILWold fop food< the pelts to fullers and the heads to various
Rico.Potato nesday. They will spend a monthat DeFunlak Springs Geo. Clark Individuals and clubs. The photograph shows a park ranger with a small,
Wonderul cuts on everything -
great big
$1.00 section of
i Klckliter.J Miss' L'Etta Corpening Is the in dry goods.-41.00 Overalls the R. J. Davis.cottage! at Kings- opened cafe in Dr. Palmer's Drug the WaInwrIght herd In the background.. ".,
bousand. of her Mr. end Store building on Baldwin, avenue. - -
guest grandparents
\ C9c; '75o work shirt at 49c; ley Lake. Panama City Leland Curtis The building and heating my.t..mR y
Mrs. T. A. Brinson at Hugh. It now ..t coat shirt for follow
a big SOcj will establish electric shop here.
J R. F.Demorest was a visitorleen I I Gordon Witch and small Panama City-L. V. Murrowerectingnew by arrnnftlnw with Htiperlntendent.
tho crowd to Sale at Andrews I Mrs. The job herein referred to, call ,
Cove Springs Monday. Mrs. E. M. Johns and daughter, Store. son, Gordon, Jr., Misses Mollie and building on Magnolia i\.'onU'TIO'lr' POII uinnKiift o.1II3AT1NU \ for a complete satisfactory. ln>atln",,rnyntem
Gloria, spent Wednesday In Ala- Eva Allbritton of Jacksonville Mrs. avenue for his secondhand store. 8 VST KMHealml guaranteeing. earn. to' heat
from SO tn 70 decree with approximately
Addle Baisden was a VIsI- chua the of relatives. Tallahassee and : .
i guests Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Abbott and ltd Steinmeyer of 1800 ft. of radiation.All
i Jacksonville Sunday. and Lois i Rev. L. G. Ray of Dlnamore, were West Palm City-Paxson's Shoe proposal. or Mil for boiler, bids to be accompanied by oer.* D
Andrews Stor-oreo.t MidSummer daughters, Marjorie Ann the Wednesday of Misses Store, 333 Clematis street, to be labor and changing. the heatingy". titled The check HiieceitHful, for; 85 bidder" of bid. '
of Tampa spent Saturday the guests tem In the Bradford County lli rhPrhool hall l make 4
I. D. Sale starts Fri and Amelia Ray Mrs. GeorgeC. remodeled. ., Starke, !bond for the full amount of contract
and Mrs. N. Walnwrlght, Clean-up guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid-1 Olive Building, looatoil at within ten day after the Board baa to
|pent Sunday in Fruitland. day at 9 a. m. dleton. White and Mrs. J. W. White. Monday Florida, will August be received 17 \1831 until at the noon of-, notified him that he In the nuoce.- t
Fort Myers New city well producing Floe of Hupterlntendent of 1 BchooU of ful bidder.
at rate of 800 of The Hoard rpiwrvai the right to
s.W. H. Hart and Mrs. N. D. Miss Mamie Hall of Gainesville e, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Miss Lucille Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall had as water minute gallons Bradford The proposal County iihouM. be Indexed reject any or all bide,4,
(might spent Wednesday In was visiting friends in Starke' Mitchell, Miss Elizabeth Kendrick, their guests Sunday, Mr. J. W. per 'In a seated envelope addressed to tin It. D. MAY. (,Chairman\ 1
invllle.IT. Scott and Mr. Albert Williams of hoard of Public Inntrui-tIon, llrad- Board Publlo Instruction.
Tuesday.Mr. little Miss Margaret Lowry and Key West V. S. engineer's ford County and ndormtd "IToponnl Bradford County,
Mr. Vennor Lowry were visitors in Wildwood and Oxford. They left for to be opened August A, J. OFUFFIH, Secretary p
and Mrs. Howard Luck ofIrtate and Mrs. 'T. J. Griffin left Gainesville Monday.Mr. Sunday afternoon for Atlanta, Ga., ship, Absecon deepening local wa 17, IWr.t'n delivered to: the ortlce to Uonril and !8upt! of Sc-hooln.1.17. t8.U.STEAlJ.l .
of the Superintendent.
farm were visitors into Monday for Rochester, New York, accompanied by Mrs. Scott who terway.

Monday. for an indefinite stay. J. C. Hoover spent SundayIn has spent two weeks here 'with the Miami Beach- PRESSING COlJIPAN1"St : '
Building permits )
Misses Hutto and Mrs. Hall. S
Ocala. He was accompaniedhome issued for first 21 days of June J. Frank Thoman Prbp. '\ 4F 4 i
L jars, caps and rubbers at Rev. G. P. Raymond and son, by Mrs. Hoover who has been \ totaled \\ ;I'
Ilitefs, Paul, left Tuesday for a short visit' visiting her brother and sister-in-' Mra. Addle wife of Rev. $313,350. Phone 52 C"v; '\
in Lakeland and Tampa.Mr. I laws Dr. Mrs. Edward Chase. H. G. Denison, died at her home In rr'
.CoD. Lama\ ,, and Plainwell, Michigan, on July the

I mil business visitor in the Owen Griffin returned 'to Rev. and Mrs. T. W Cramer of, 1st. Rev. Denison was at one time
llwfcjr.! I Tallahassee Monday after spendingthe Palm Harbor, and Mrs. Kramer'*' pastor of the Presbyterion churchof

week-end with relatives. I father, Mr. Waterman, are the Starke, and the many friends of SPECIALS --- FRIDAY & SATURDAY July 17 & 18 k
i Btatrlce Bullen returned 1 guests of Mr. and Mra. W.- F. Rev and Mra. Denison wilt regretto ,

Jq from Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stilly were visiting -! Smith. hear of Mrs. Denlson'a death.
|r e she spent two weeks. relatives. in Starke for the'
i week-end. Congressman R. A. Green visited Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Massie had tiff
.and Mra C. D..Whitaker and the U. S. Veteran's Hospital at as guests for the weekend Mrs. TIP TOP Grocery

Whitaker were visiting in Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. O. Lake City Monday. He was accom. Massie'a mother and brother Mrs.
ke Sunday. E. J. Jelka and E. J. Jelks, Jr.,
L. Beasley were visitors in Gainesville panied by Mr. Floyd Green who

[tan Hayes returned Saturday last Monday. entered the hospital for treatment.Mr. Howell Nasworthy Owner and Operator M

>C M. T. C. at Ft. Screven, I t
Miss Fenella Snyder is the guestof and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and
Miss Lillian Cards of Jackson daughters, Edna, Carrie and Oar.I SPECIAL Best Grade Snowdrift

i<*Eva- Powell with her of mother Cocoa, ,spentend Mra.i ville. nlta, returned from a home visit to Sunday Columbia afternoon , W. have "Specials" every day Flour 6 lbs. 21c12; lbs. 33c; 241bs. - - 60c

I i Powell.R 1 1rs. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard of and Orangeburg, S.,C. in all kinds of furniture. It will _____n. ___..____ ..___ __.. __nu_
Palatka, .are spending a week at I to Investigate our bargains -
pay you
the Kelly,cottage. Kingsley lake. Mrs. J. C. Robinson and children, and convenient payment Vest Grade White

es>of Lake S. Johns Butler and, are Mrs.visiting,J. E.' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Vera redge,Claire Mrs.,R.Lester I*.> Lewis Price and and grandson Eld-- plan. 1 ;: ocihe47; :
| Mre. w. H. Green. Gainesville, were guests of Judge Granvllle Lewis, left Saturdayfor CASH OR CREDIT: Sugar BACON lb.- lie

and Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins Sunday. Roanoke, :Va., to visit relatives. DENMARKFURNITURE ,

Mrs. Morgan Darby of Ft. Myers, TOMORROW, SATURDAY, July CO. Juliette - **iA. f Compound ... M. .". r
NT I A PRQ is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 18th, is positively the LAST DAY T. C. CHASTAlNr :Mgr. J

Darby for a few days. I you the "VOGUE"can get the 3 for beautiful$1.50. You photo can-, Meal or Grits, 10 Ibs. 25c I LARR21bs. - - - 19c yr'

COLUMNE Mr, H. D. May Mr. O. W. Hin-I not afford tO- mist thl. bargain.. .______. ___._ J.. __ -- -.. ...- -. 4 -
son, Me. A. J. Qrlffls and Mr. Hoover Bros. Studio, Starke, Fla Whole Grain Blue Rose Pure Creamery ,
Knight formed a party motoring to '
j r

Missionarry- STRAWBERRYS strain. $2 Tallahassee 'Thursday. .'- ....-. Homer and Hamilton Stricklandare RICE 51bs.20c I BUTTERIb.25c

spending the balance of the ,
1000. S. R. 6R
Swindell Theres- Mrs. W. E. MtttTtD TABI.BSTl.
....*. Mlddleton, Miss summer with their aunt and uncle, taelleve* lleadara* or Nr. InHO ,
7-3-4t Madge Muleton, and Miss Hazel Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strickland, at _I..t... rfc.ok. a C..l.. tai Hrat cai.-Pliik" hest
..... Top Daisy
. lU:. f -. Purnlab.4 upr>ler M1\iuieton in Jacksonville.spent Monday afternoon' Kingsley Lake. *,.!'ad Salve cftecke for- Malaria' *by'I In OoMUATOS - Cofte f lb. ::25cTall ';

Ifirtnient I 'I 'I
fw and ntir4 floor, private Mr. and Mrs R. E.. Dawson of ... .y., r ,_ Salmon lOc Cheese lb.---19c
tarn cool porch. Mrs. Mrs. L. E. Dowling of Stuart and Grandin, Mr.: U 11:. Posey of Ocala,, - -
-rtdtk 8. Walnut street 1ttBALE Mrs.' E. L. Middleton of Jackson Mr. H. E. Brown and Mrs. R. W. r I :RIO COFFEE, lb._ ISc
. .. ..
of Mrs. W. E. the '
the of Lake were -
'ville, are guest Gwynn City,
Missionary Straw- Middleton., guests of Congressman: R. A. Green '.' .}!J.cBlacfPi p T *-__-.*________ 5e Malaga or Concord
Plants, in lots of 10,000 during the past week.Don't I

f>M per, Sanford thousand, BTa.delivered W..3t M.. Mrs.,Alfred Ga., and Aenchbacher Miss Mary of Brewer Covington -- i The Standard" Oil _All kinds Snufff 3 for _____:___ 25c GRAPES 2 Ibs.25c

of Orlando are guests at the I. Milk, Stall, 25c-6 baby ______ 25c ,
Pure Jenrj-y: milk, fresh home of Mra. G. H. Bennett. 0..etei.wP Tire:- Guaranteed

tier Wd buttermmc.'delivered 5c Pkg. Salt, 3 for ___________ We Yellow RipeBANANAS
Y or at Biscayne Filling Sta- Mrs. C. H. Williams and daughters One YearFrigidaire

2 miles north of Starke. H. I Jeanette and Frances, of ,-L.- d Gelatin or Jello, 3 for ________ 25c 51bs. -19c
Purvis. 'l3t.. Macon Ga., are visiting at the N........e4 -

home of Mra. O. H. Bennett. '"' 8888I CarrotB,'N 2 can, diced ______ We2Sc
RENT Two threeroompartly ,I

th i furnished. Mrs. .E S. Matthews and Miss ellae: sees, Spinach, No. 2 can, 2 for ?__?._ Avocado ;
apartments Will be rented Matthews were In Jack- i
'us I per and all bills sonville Florence Wednesday, guests of Mrs. 8088 Tobacco,plug Brown Mule____ 15c
*%ter lights I PEARS Each l Oc
D.: paid. See A. M Richard.Mr. I the three year guar- - : - .
Daugherty, at Sparkman be Influencedby We Package Matches _________ 5c Ire
e" :
Thompson street If D. A. Montleth who has been anted electric ref rig-
P-AYsaa: Airedales at Camp Foster, Jacksonville for i Extremes, p & 'G or Octagon Iceberg
Wednesday In erafor: SOAP OR POWDERS 6 for 25c89c
week spent ._
past ,
kit". year and half old, *hb. ..I.... ....-llr* ** v
Starke. u
I y Ja? wipsirtye Lettuce head 12c
orange legs and tiny -M e>4 .. .slew YSS w LARD 8 lb. paid ___n_______ -
from near Lake .! pnMMMKHAROLD .. ,- ,
'sly/ Geneva Mrs. Charles Larsen returned to r- ? For sate bySooth'
4th. Notify _"' .AI>... ..,..--r
owner liberal her home In Lakeland Saturday after is- ..-

1'ah&1I1 BIg.os., W. McHvaln. 8017102t spending several days with her .............I..............,.. ,Pleas ClJarApple JUICY Is..
e Jacksonville FIL, sister, Mrs. D.E. KnightDancing -7' _........... t --

!Ie 8..LpJust 51213. to introduce' r. w,w._.r..will...ode,-,r-.peUdoo. ___a-. .... --., 51 Service Butter, Qt 19c Lemons, doz. - 29c

"tQ tummy famow to,the a special Indian price River will Fish be Taught C. WALL StationStarke Don't make a mistakeLocationbetween

111 forget tint 10 customer. Ikaliroom' tango tap. eta 8pe- Honey Dews 2 for 25c' Jr
Place. the date July 18th, elM Summer rate.. EaroU now. INSURANCE Fla. Bank and Postofflce - ,
ra Just baCk of, .1. C. For appointm ent. pboae 9104tf 55 5
to Store. c. a OrlffU. NESZ.. FLA. STARKE. FLORIDA

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:i r,, Panama City-Mr. and Mrs. J. Plant City Western Union I T.a. I"
I n.rl.Uoa ..... T. R. A. Owaer di 11o.tsSW tee. T. H. A. Owner'
W. Cotter alley on Telegraph Company repairing and
opened bowling 4
1 N"ot
Cor of 8W% of NEVOd
Harrison next to Panama company's lines La this 8lifi B 85 of
a avenue replacing : run E all yd. to Un. NE%i of A: ft
+ I 1 Hardware Co. vicinity. thence N along line 70 S'-t! Of SE34 of SWVof
Demonstri- NKVi: _ ---II I II
Weekly from Horn :yde W to W line ------- U Arthur

4, +1 tlon Tallahassee CONTINUED :FROM: PAGE I.) of said SWi4 of NIQ W 4V4 A of NEVi of NW'I
Specialist (
I thence 8 to bAII'-4 A. also ; of NW% _______._ T. T.
I beg at NE Cor ofNWV SH of NW' <4 of NWVi ___18 II U 10 Mr. R.Blackburn 8
TaxesDe.erlptlon of SEV4& S 166 nft NhV4 of NWVi\ of BEVi ____16 6 U 10 U. L. Drowne If--1
run _
... T. R. A., Owaev A Co.l.Lots : 670 tt N 166 ft E All 'SEV4\ of SWV4 W of Ry __

GUAVA ROLY-roi-Y 1 I 1 of Dlk II TempI. 1170 It to be.-8 A ______U 7 11 81 U. D. _ ____ 17.14 ex: SWVi\ of NWVi of SEViot
6 A A all
NW4 EltlAlnNJ:
Sift 2 cups flour, 1.2 teaspoon le. Addltlnn to St"rke. art In Cor a. e" road __II 7 11 18 Angus ,IIatl _ 18.16 of SWVi ex: SV4 of NE,.

; salt, 2 tablespoons sugar, and 3 of E1y4tyofNW V. won,. 8 oW BWq also beg at of ex SWV4: 1\lot of 100 SWVi ft-..8. 2-0 on AA N
/I baking powder, and &; NIO coco 0 8E of Cor of NEy of BWyYa
tablespoons NWV4 _ _ ___._-.18 4 U 3. W. Edwards'--.__ 10.11 run N 100 yde E 190 aide of SWVi of BWVi lot '
I } ; cut in shortening until mealy In 4)t. II 8 11 of Ellk B RIing'a -. yds a 100 ydll W 190 yde A: adjoining road right
... of ___ _
_26 5
way 23S
and 1-2 Addition to Starke also -- -- 88 J. L
appearance. Add 1 egg, to beg. beg at sm corofNW34ofSW&runN Harrnli A
In NW, of NWV4 South \ All SEVi\ of SWVi M of Ry26 22 82 Mrs Co -
; s cup milk, and then blend the mix or NW\4\ _ ______ 6 J1 13 3. M. Re4dlsh _. .. 111.$1 100 W 66 yds S 300 EV4, of S10V4 of SEVi .:It S Lucy J.1' Ifarrell;_

I + ture. Toss on floured board, and 8EV4! or NJC\4\ &All 8W'p yda lNI yd. to beg ,26 7 It 8IS. B. E. IIall' _--.:.____ 61,06W4 ComOattNbi liV4 A _-_..'---2792 U.J. I* Harrell
of NE\4\ S of publlo road of NEy of 8EY & 1 -or of Bee 28 A ft _o.
( +P roll to about 1.2 Inch thick. Brush k N34 or RE\4\ _______.5? II Y1 140 Lee Morgan _ ___. 88.01 A In NE 0'01' or NWV4> of "I{ run W 160 ft S 1020 ft -1 1

with melted butter snowdrift, or NI4\ or NE4 _____.....88 I 81 40 nolc. Con.,_.?.-.-.,._ 19.71 IJE% _211 7 It 11 Mr.. Orace Kinney _ 16,18N3 B 1620 ft N 1030 ft to
), : with SIOV Of 8W ___ 28 6 II 40 T. XL Tyer...___.._-- 1'.78 of Nye ofNWTe E I beg '--- -U 5 23S 40 James
4, r other fat. Spread dough grua- B4ofN '. & W Of 11 ft _ ___"_85 7 81 40 D. B. Nolan ____ 18.91 EK of jot 1 4 & all T tIiii Ooodfellow ._ |

+, j va mixture, sweetened and spiced, NW\4\ alga nom NW4 of 8W\4\ _________28 7 11 4O.R. T. Crouch _ 19.78 Woodlawn _ -_----____to 22 15 w. N. 1
f u and dot with butter. Roll up all at HW Coro NWV of Com on S line oW.ofNE Lots 60 lIS A. EVt. of lots 61 NormanSO -I i
8WV. a run E 6 chns for Jelly roll, and place In greased links, thence. N 40 de_ right of way & run N on S'of lot D In Woodlawn --81 6 22 6 1. H. JIIII Parmenter_I
pan. Bake in moderate oven for e tees E 10 chns thence W I'trht: of way 70 yde to apt WH of lot 17 & all 18, 81, _
chn" thence 8 to b.- of W 13 In Woodlawn _
beg thence 170 ---- 81 5 22 811:1. C. .
h 7 25 minutes, and serve with favorite 16 AafaoBy AInNWcor yde N 114 1.1 yd. E 224yds Lots 49 64 In Woodlawn 6 S3 W. .C".mon" '_1
d pudding sauce. of 8Wy. of 8W---8$ II J1 "W. M. Whitten _r._ .'.11 to right of way BVi of NWVi of NWVi __-86 6 S3 '10?? James** Jones*"uom -I I

r B, of River t NEV4 thence 8 on fight of way All of \ _1,
AIfNl.4\ EV& NEVi A NEVi of
tY I Guava Dumplings ex& about A for& 114 I-II yd. to bee _,,...29 7 11 I Unknown _ ____ 16,80N14 BEVi B of Ry _________85 5 22 Mrs Lucy
Peel 12 large guavas. Put the church cemetery ____ ".88 F. Harr.n
SE' or 8EV4 N of branch of NWY. ,---29 'I 11 80 L. C. Smltb All N8.4ofNWofNWV4 _
center pulp through a dilver, and a lfW\4\ of 8El5 .a NB34 NJ4\ of NW\4\( _.T______ 811 7 U 40 Cba.. U. MoKlnney _ n.n W of Ry ex: IV4 A for

? mix with the fruit. Make a pastry of SW _ _____It 6 It 151 W.L Whitten _U8.U Com at 8E Coco oNW34\ o! cemetery. _ _______15 6 22 28 J. L. Harrell & Co.
NE14 run W 171 yde. Lot 1 Feetsvllle embracing _
as for rolypoly'above( ), and roll Bwvt or WI4 -SO 6 11 40 B. V. Sturdivant n.n N 111 7ds BI 111 yd" g! y of NEVi of
i N99! of SEV4 or BE$0 I It 10 W. U. Whltt.n __ '.11 N713W4 NEVijfc
171 yda to be.A a NEy4of
S to 1-4 Inch thickness. Brush with Si9 of 8EI of IIE! __10 I II 10 0. JL John Rent. '.U 86 S 33 17 Mrs Lucy F. Barrtli J JB
NE'4 _ ___811 7 11 48 Unknown :;;; .,. .___ IS." SWVi of"SEvT"oi\ N"B"vr A _I
1) butter, and cut Into six squares. NI154 or N4\ of N \o$2 I 11 10 C. H. Rent. ___ ..., 4." SE\4\ of sm'4 _______.t1 4 13 to JC. C. Cannon __=.-_ 12,60SE34 1EV4 of SWVi of NEVi A
salve> or RW\4\ or Lot I It Ii8 J. W. Townsend ____ 18.16 of 81D'4 __ 18 t 13 40 B. B. WtlklnsoD ____ 22,60S4 NEVi\ ofNEVi
Place a large spoonful of the mixture E of 34 6 J1 10 Mn. JL C. Edwards __ 10.0' of N\j, of NE 4-or BS4of HE'34o& NM. of NW,4, ofNE'k

on each square. Mix 1.2 cup 8E of NE'4&NI5Aof NN of lot. 1. a lee. 5 of _
_________64NeEy4 II :u III W. F. iIarnage __ n.n 8EV4 ----30 22 80 J. S. Austin _
V m 2 e of and 1.4 taapoon each of A In SW Cor$0 t II 80 U. II. Pollard ________III.S8 WAOf ,
sugar EKofSWVao!
SFJ'4 or NE\06\ .. \ of S% of flEIo6 of NWV4 & N34of
d di 1 cinnamon cloves, and alsplce; and __ __ ________31 6 Ii .0 W. Co Clemons __ 40.91 NE% of SwV : 116 4 II co Unknown _ __ 11.80 NW\4\ - ,w -?---_ I 6 32 S Unknown .. _
of )4
i NWI r. of SW'/0 E& 6 A In NE\4\ ofNE'4 ex lot-e f t 0w SBVi A NV_ of N) -
sprinkle over the the pastry and Nlt1' Cor _ ___IS I 21 811:1. A. Harnage __ 15.41NEV4 of Ry & ME\4\ or NEV4ya of SEVi\ of SEVi ___ I .8 22 60 Edw. &: Catherine
bake In a moderate oven ((375 degrees : or 8W'4 11 I U 40 T. N. Norman ____ n.n or a Rogers
w39 NEV II III 805 N. T. Ritch ___113.71 -
I of Blk 1-a NWyV4-- NY., of B 3-4 of of It'NIIf4
EJj, of Lot 10 .SWVi
F or di
) for 20 until :
+ minutes; or gua- \ .
lots 110 or Dlk 8 In 71.11- NEy AEdi4 ot orN"E'4. 4 S 22 18 Mrs. Katie! Mne
j vas are tender and pastry slightly bronn SprlnIJ" In NE\4\ _.86 II 11 Green Mitchell '.47 a W39 or NWyV NEV4 of r>x_V- of SWV4 4 6 22 40 Inman A Adklns Bell 1
of 1 6 11 40 Elam! Lewle _ _ n.u EV4 of NBVI, of SEVi 4" 6 23
t NWV4> NW\4\ 20 Jag. R.
browned. Serve with lemon or or. 81{, of SWV4 or NE71 6 J1 110 Kelley DeSue _ __ 10.09 W3 of NW't _elf_ Nw4 I IS U 110 N. T. Ritch ___._1111.88 W 8 A of SW y4 of S19 B 6 23 ,8 N. B.lathis Wainwright:::
to which of EV4 of 8F.J A E _
ange sauce a teaspoon E\I\! of RW\4\ of SE'SE34:! % %
marmalade has been added. of 814'% _____ 1 8 11 80 Mn. Maggie E. Edwards 19.87 N3&: W% of SWy.8EV. of SWVi of SBViI\ 6' 6 23 85 N. B. Mathls
All NE'4 N of road _____ I 41 al 161 Mra Annie R. Alvarea__ 16.88 of SWV.di8EV.ex16A, : E3V4 of SWVi\ of A W --"
Lemon or Orange Sauce SE'4 of SWya _______ I 6U: 40 :Freeman" Raymond: In 8Jf' l4)" right of way)_ I II U 1184 N. T. Bitch ____818.43 of SEVi of SBVi SEV4_____%. 9 8 22
80 Miner "
Lot. &
f Croeby _ _ 23,448w11 Ii III as In Wood- ) : King _
,. ' :Mix 1 cup sugar, 2 tablespoons or 8WV4' _____ I 6 11 40 W. C. Ward _____ 19.78fI' lawn _ ____________10 II 88 40 Peter Jorgensou ___, 18SO SEVi SW of >NEVi/ of &: EW.A of SEVSA

y flour, and a pinch of salt. Add of _..------- 4 6 111 80 Empire Lumber Co. 88.21 Lot 84 In Woodlawn -----to 6 II 10 Lacy Orlffls _ __ 1.911 of SWVi E of 8EH R-U all SV4__
BWI,4 Lot 11 In Woodlawn ____11 6 83 10 A 10 a 22 194 "Wm. E. Yarbrough
't 1 3-4. boiling water and cook 81t'4 or of8E1 Dr. 0.0 E. Smith ___ 11.98 EV4 of BWVi of _
cups % ..NEV4 0 8E'y4 ___ II 8 11 120 Empire Lumber Ca ___ IIS.8 Lot. as 40 49 1& In Wood- NWVi A
;+ t: for 2 minutes. Then add 3 tablespoons of Nro'4 a W39 ofN1Fh lawn ________-....6 23 40 A. J. Swerts .-r-?_ 15.118 S%WV4"f of BEVi of NW% ___10 6 22 40 Marks &: Cllreath _
& NW
Lot 48 In Woo/Hawn _11 I U 10 Samuel Clark _ __ 8.71 NWVi % of
11+ ; lemon juice, 1-2 teaspoon & NW'4 a. way orSW4 SW-1 &
\ _ _______ 6 8 11 160 I. W. Townsend _154.10 Lot 116 In Woodlawn ....11 I n 10 C. H. Addison __-_ 8.72 of SWk : WV4 of SWVi
grated lemon rind, and 2 tablespoons SWV4, of IW:! 4 __ __ 7 8 21 40 Wl..ln. Dro. _ __ 25.J Lot 811 In Woodlawn _18 8 U 10 Unknown _ __ 8.11 & WVt'-; of EW of
.butter, and remove it from 8EV4' -_ ______________ 7 8 81 180 Lawrence Wlar..ln. 77.80 Lot 4' In Woodl..wn. .__ 1I 6 82 10 H.ttle Bennett _ ____ 8.711 NBVi of SWVi ___._:-.11: 6 21 150 Unknown ___ .
I FJI" &: 1dt'I.t.of W34 8 8 at 480 Jimplre: : Lumber Co. _126.17 Lots 11 113 In Woodlawn _...16 II 21 20 David 1. Starling _____. 18.8' Wy, or's"\v1,4 of frn ____.11 '6..' 23 20' Paschal Bros _____
? the stove. For orange sauce, substitute W''! &: W1.aof( NWVof 1 A In Lot 28 W of Rv ____13NVi B 22 1 CbaMoCartney4,, E\4of NEy L or swv4 11 6 23 '10 Cameron Stove Co. _
1-2 rind for riEJ", .. NEl.4 & of Lot. 7 1In\ Wood- W% of SSEM .'VI of Sh.Uf2' : 6 S3 20 Cameron Stove Co.
cup orange _
NW'4.or BEV4of ____ 1 6 11 420 Empire Lumber Co. __103.48 lawn _..i.________U B 22B 10 W. Robinson __-.__ 17.19 of SB4i &: NWVi of
Y lemon rind. I'\\'! of lii 0 111 80 81m Kelley _ ____ n.n. Lots 89, 42 In Woodlawn ..13 23 SO J. M Truby _____ 18.81 SE% ., ___----- 6 23 80Vm.. E. Yarbrough __
h Guava Sauce NEILof ''l':y---.10A.I30: SWV4 of SWVi of SEVi __14 5 23 10 S. Cline _ ______ 673 W H of NEVi of NW,>,of 4
Wash NW Cor a: IIIE% of SW'A10 6 2t 70 W. C. Ward ___ 83.89 Lot 15 in Woodlawn _____14 6 2? 10 J. S. Starling; ___. 8.73 SWVi A a strip 40 ft wide
fruit and remove blossom ____ 11 6 11 40 W. T. _______ 19.18 W of name __., .14 6SWVi 13
NWV4 of 8W'A Crosby Lot. 20. 21 In Woodlawn __14 5 23 80:1. A. Aspergren ___ 16.89 - 6 John J. Conway __
end and any blemishes on skin NE34 of NEV4 ._____11 0 at 40 In.< Maggie m. Edwards 18.13 Lots 43 44 In Woodlawn __14 6 23 20 J. M:. Truby ______ 16.89 EV4 of NEVi of NWVi of
i Run through dilver to remove seed NEV4 of NW54 ex: N 185 ydsa Lot 44 A WVi of Lot 45 In SW34 _ _____. _____14 8. 28 B J. O. Luke ___

Ex W 3 -yd. ___IS 6 11 10 E.I. L."le ______ nn Woodlawn - _____.._...15 5 23 IS John S. Tyler ?___ 902 of SWVi of NKU a
Measure. Cook In heavy aluminum ot NW3( __11 6 11 80 Unknown _ _____118.11 Lot. 15 16 82 In Woodlawn.15 5 S3 80 D. L. Rlesby __ 16.89 _.SEVi_ of SBVi!. of NWVi -16 6 U 20 Mm Josephine Edward
kettle until somewhat thickened. Wtr of NID5l __14 9 It 80 Unknown _ _____181.18 Lot 85 86 In Woodlawn _15 6 '23 20 T. T. Blackburn _____ 1331 NE% _________18 6 18 40 f. M. Oarrett _.._
Add 2 \4\ of NWyi, ______14 9 It 40 Floyd Crosby _ ____ 80.18 S'/4 of Lot 01 In Woodiawn.15' B 23 6 A. Stocker _ ,__. 413 NW%, or B--4: _______ _..16 8 21 40 Mr. r.... A. KuM ,__
cups sugar (according to ElW'A, of NWtl ____. .14 0 81 40 Lester Crosby _ __ U.14 Lot 88 In Woodlawn ____15 B 22B 10 A. M.: Lewis ___ 5.96 NWVi'of _, -18 8 28 10 Percy Wilson Co. _

x, acidity of fruit) to 4 cups of pulp NE%. of NEV. ___111 6 n 40 O. E. Crosby ______ 19.78 E% of Lot 10 In Woodlawn 22S 6 Unknown _ ___ 831 SEVi:of BEn _18 8 83 10 R..J. Davis __ __?
and cook rapidly again for about E ofNwVyy. ____________18 0 11 80 Empire Lumber Co. __ 18.81 Lot 60 In Woodlawn ____17 22E 10 Mrs. Rosa Warner _ 8.73 NEW SWW Not of __t6 6 II 10.1. W. Edwards ____
;; { of of Lot 23 14 35 26 In Wood- y. A E39 of
10 minutes, stirring often. Pour ENE a N 7d34A NWW y4 _.17 6 11 180 EmpIre Lumber Ce. 78.18FJOrSWI lawn _!7 22fi 40:1. W. Wagner __ 2280 of NEW .10 8 18 80 Green A Mitchell _

Into hot Jars, put immediately Into W'4& W of SE'4718 0 11 180 :Jimplre: Lumber Co. __ 89.01 Lot 84 In Woodlawn" _____20EVi 22S 10 Unknown _ -,-,..._,., 6.27 NW% of SWVi of NEB.X16 6 III 10 R. J. Davis ?
E\ aWN ID' of SWVi of 8E'/i' A: SEVi 8V4oiN3VioNBVi __---17, 0 II 20 Harry a. 8trochfnldt _
boiling water bath and process 0 snr ofoW348.0 }___19 S U .00 Empire Lumber Ca __1711." of SID% _____-__11 23 60 James. Ooodfellow .., 43.10 SV4 of SWVi of NEVi E or
minutes. This is excelent for puddings SEIi II 1.1 A InSJg SWVi of NEVi <. ___...__21BV4 B 83 40 Mrs. m. R. Harmon ___ 22.60 road &: NE\4\ or 8E\4\ A
Cor of NW'4 of 8Wy4.24 6 U GO A. F. Marootte ___ 19.17 of NEVV ex NEVi ofNEV4 I all NWV4 of 8EV. 11\- of

sauces, short cakes, cobblers B1ks 8 111-16 lots In Oro". of NBVI\ ___._ 23WV6 S 22 70 Ceo I*. Young ___ 50 SO pllbllO road a. W'A, of .

gelatins desserts, or Ice by Lake Shores In 5E34ctSec of SID%, of NWVi _._S3 B .23 20 J. C. Prevatt _____,,18.11W 8EV.> ot SE'4 -------_ 1T 0 11 100 :J. M. Truby _._
cream. U & In NE'4 of __III 8 11 A. F. Marootte ______ 11.17 8-4 of NWVi of SEWalso 9. A on W side of NW54 of'SWVi
111k. a 18-18 lots In Crosby com at NE) Cor of""SWVi ex N 1 A tor

Lake 8hore. In 8EV4" of NEVi A run W 36 8-8 church _-, -----______17. 0 23 8 Annie Goodwins _ _
of Seo U cIo! In NW\4\ ofII S 11 Mrs. Jane hauls __ II.OT rd. thence ft 60 rd. W S3- NWVi of SWVi ex V.J A A
v, SILAGE GROWING FOR Bike I 11-18 lots In Crop- 1-8 rda to W Jine of said N 11 A A 84. of ex
by Lake Shores In SE\4\ of forty thence S: 80 rd.
iii EIGHT 273 TON SILOS 8"0 U In NEV4 of __III 9 It Laura(, Dauber __ '..07Dlk. to S line. of said forty
.. 8& 84-80 lot. In Cro.- thence E SO rda N SO rde Wvfo,In \ \ a

J Davenport by Lake Shorn In 8E4 to bear ______._11 B U 50 M.. D. Olcott 85.93 \ 8W\4\ W:* 17 6 22 154 J: C. DeBrvolne _1 V
Fla.-Enough corn of Se" If &; In NEV4 ofIII 5 U Simon V low __ .n NWV4 of SWVi\ A EV4 o NBVi of NEVi _-_HaoA".V4i S 22 20 Truby A Herculei _

and sorghum to fill eight silos, each Bib1s' 17 Bbnree In 8,10)4 woof" WVi of NEVi of >fJJEi4 of NEVi E .

holding 273 tons, Is now growing Lake )" ___-_-__23 S 28 20 Mabel Wainwright _ 11.U .. EIt: S 101) tt _--10 6 22 IB Sarah R. Robinson _
of Sea U In NJ4\ of1II 6 11 IoIra. EVa Brlabols ___ 11.81 msof N% of NWVi of NW% elt: 40 A off or W side
on the beef cattle farm of P. E. Blk 1-11 lots a. Elks 4 II 11 \ _____ __ N % a of
NBVi 33 S 23B IB 8EV4
11 18 11-18 tots each -- M. F. Brown ____ 11.11 8oS 1,0z& r '
Williams near here. According to 11-81 Iota Bike N4AotSW40INEVoNW > s'8.H road20 6 18 228 :I. C. DeBovolse .-1
federal dairy workers this la Dlk II II 18 88 al .8 87-80 V _ ___________28 22 4 Oeo. F. Young ___ 0.03 All If SW5 S of roa4.80 0 21 11 R. F. Demoretit -__
likely: N of of \ __ SW. ."f SW\4\ _____80 8 Wllll.mi.
lots each & Fred Bike 19 NWVi NWVi 23 6 22 10 0.0. F. Young 16.88 ----- 82.40y Mr*. Louise
F the largest silage outfit in the i 10 11 In ; Cro.b LakeShore 8V4 of NWW of NW' l ANVi EV4 or 8EV4 of 8EV. .x S
: of SWVi of NWVi_23 II 23 139 A _._,10 5 22 IS Edwards _
a United States. This vast feed crop ,. In 8EV4 of Sec 34 40 Qeo. F. Tounv __ 83.83 of"sw Roy -
will be cut In NE\4\ of ____III S 11 0.0. A. .to A. U. loIarootte 17.10 Lot 12 $475of81k1 Boot SEVi % ex 1
during the latter part: Town of Lawtey west of In NE
cor W of
r a of July, and will be used to winter NEV4 Or BE7(4.( _':'_____2T 6 It 40 W. n. Smith! 10." Ry _ ____ .. .____._IS 6 23 Roy Reddish _ __ 25.86 All SWVi of SWU E of road pub-_SI 6 22 20 .J. ,W. Edwards -
or BW _____11II II 11 40 W. JL Smith 11.78 lie road Ex
something like 2,000 head of cat II NWly4Y or SW ___......_11 11 to Empire Lumber Ca-_ 18.71 Lt1$46675ofBikl SB &: All about 5 A In
_____ ___ Town of Lawtejr West of cor NW\% of .
tie 8EI of IIE! 10 6 11 40 W. IL 8mlth 11.78NII'A SWVi EJ of sT.
Ky __ __ _____ __13 B 23 Mrs. Jas. road ex In
60 N34 of 8rn'4 ____.80 S It 140 Empire Lumber Co. '_101.81 Ooodfellow ".18
Lot Elk NB I cor A 11 A _
xI Mr. Williams has one plot of 20 About I4 A In SJD Cor ofsEy4 : W 75 ft of 8 .of 4 All SWV4 of on W 8' 22a 47 Mrs. Agnes Simpson
SIO N of S 11 I W. 1. Rob..raon ___ I." town of Lawtey Wet of SWVi W of
acres from which he expects to cut NW14.. of 01 BW'4#" _Ity.-II_-3$ 8 11 40 eerena oJobn.OIl _ _,11.78'' R)". - ________?_...83 B 22 Mr*. Louise Lowry .... n.11 NW-4 publlo of road _. -______ 22 IS Roy Edward _

1, 400 tons. of silage, and believes that Lot I- or 839 or NE14.. ____..31 11 II M. J. Mafas ---- $1.26 Lot. 1 3 S 4 of Elk 16 townof NW cor NWVi_ _> Ex__ 1 lot In ._
All Lot. I 6 7 8 01'' Fra.olS Lawter west of Ry __13 B 23 -I. M. Reddish __ 0.111 -- -_--ji a .22 40 Truby Hercules -
there are 130,000 acres of muck 8 of n,.-__- _----I 11 In W. M. E4ward. _111,00Ni4 i Lot 1 S 7 8 et Blk 34 1VC oor of com 105 ft W of SB

land In Polk county that should do of Nye of ,,8'raol NEV4 -- 1 7 11 19 W. 101. Edwarde __,111.18 town of Lawtey west of 8W54 of BWy a -
run N110ft
___._______ W$16ftS
Ry S3 5 21
All 17 as Samp.on -* -- Oeo F. Young ___ 21.26
almost as good. Clt Ylks 4 T 11 6 101. Varn.e _ n.1O I Lot 14 of Bile 26 town of 210 tt E 811 ft to beg ,,.-fl 6 22a 3 Annie Coleman _ _._

6AIn8WCorofSW34vf8wy4 Lawtey west of rl..wtT13 6 23, Oeo. F. Young ___.__ 4.42 NW\4\ of 8EV4 or SW'A ----11 22 10 Geo. IL Weller -----

When wealth Is lost, nothing Is _ _________ 4 7 11 5 U. Varne. ..._... $16 Dlag Lot S Town Com tract at SW of hind cor of a _3 A
lost About 1 1.1 A In NW Cor 11ot66ftH&8byl00ttE west of Ry 33 S 22 Roy Reddish _ _-:-_ 902 owned by P. C. Good formerly
; wine
of NW14. of NW\4\ N of
l When health is lost, something is ny .to I A 8 of Ry _d. T U 1 W. J. Rober.on ___ .... A W S of Hotel lot ex *said run land E along to s aide of
alotllftN&Bby40ftE BB of .
ICE,(, of \ &i'sw3Q of
4j lost; of N1l34 ___ 5 7 U 10 W. J. Roberlloll ,....... II." A W In BE Cor of same Sarah variation Sootfe land, South

c When character lost, all Is lost WK or NW\4\ of SID _..:__ II 7 11 10 lrenry Tomllnllon _ _10.09 Ry Town_, _of..Lawtey- JL ._west...._-of 33 B 12 J._ L. Harrell A yds to a post W thence about NW 105 .', ,_, .
-Selected.Ve NW14.. NE ___ 0 7 11 .40 W. L Deaval' 111.71 Co. _, 1S.39 to beg In _
All .111'oVf of i4N. .... 9 of One lot on State *t 6B ft N Lot. 1 2 of NBVi of SWVi\ .J1 8 II S' .John Powell (COL) ---

branoh& 859 of NWV4 I 7 11 no Mrs. M. E. Good,. ..... A Sby100ftEdW Blk 1 Plnehnrst "'. .
SW74 of NW\4\ a NWV4 of8w34 bounded N by Mr*.,M. B. Development In NWVi\ of

TRAIN SOh1flDULffil _ _________ I 7 11 .0 L L beach -.....,..... 19." Brown Town of Lawtey Lots BEV J* of Bik__--_-______! S II _. W. M. Thomas ..-.---
of west of Ry --__, S3 S ,33B Oeo. 7. Young S4.3S 1 Plnehurst
839 Lots 459 Town of i Development
NW'oofNE .. of Lawtey NWVi of

l change schedule Sunday 7th i :, __..:______11 ,. 11 $0 W. Co IIt.pb.Ullon '0.11 B of Ry In Sec S3 34 85.16 32B D. C. Kinlaw ___..,_. II.48 Lot SEVi I\ of- -Elk- ------------S ,II _? Unknown - -
d 1fl or NE34: of ID u 8E'" Lot S Town of Lawtey B of 1 I'lnehunt
and trains will run as follow.: of NEV4 .A NIO% 011J1I\618:\ 7 11 100 11. 0. DFat __ ".0' Ry In Bee 38 14 SS ______S* 22I Oeo F. Young .... Development In NW\4\ of
No. 1 due Starker All 8WV, 0' NEV4: NW\4 V Lot 9 Town of Lawtey ID of 8EV4 -- I II -' C Lt.oh
Lo 11 ii
a of 8E348ofRy&8W34of \ Ry In Bees S3 34 35 -___.. 23 Mrs 1C. ,E. Padcett.... 18.41 of Bik 1
10:89 p. m. sm _ -14 7 11 80 E. Z. KIsE ..1.11NJDI4 Lot 10 ex 2 lots In TW! cor NW 4 D..v.lopment III
No. 11, southbound due Starke of 8W,,"e1AIn 19. ft by 110 ft each town Lote 3Mof 8E\\-&. 1 I II Unknowp _ _

11:03: a. m. 8w34\ !NW3Z ..' 11 U 7 it 40 w. ii: 1111Neleil ; of Lawtey S3 It S6 B__of___Ry__laBeca _.16 II-D. c. Klnlaw Development Blk .In Plnehurst NW\4\ of .r

No. 107, southbound, due Starke N One lot 15 f t B! A W by Ito w- SB.2B Lots \ -------.11 I II 0.0. P. Young -

1 10.-3O a. m. \ ofNNWVA\ _17 7 It I' W. JL lIucllanuoll ...., ft N A 8 In 8W cor of lot hurst l45loBIk1PIn.Development ..
E Of NWy.( __11 7 11 II' Empire Lumber Co.. .. 10 town of Lawtey 3 of In
No. 3,. northbound, due Starke, BE4 of NW\4\ _______11 7 11 40 JIImplcoe Lumber Co.-_-_ .11 Ry In Sec St 34 SS -SS 5 22 Mrs' Malt Loa Godwin. 14.21 Lots NWV4 a4177f10ofBlk of SIII4: -211 S U Lola Mae Hutton -

9:10: su m. W4 0' w or NID" ... .BI Com 101 ft E of SW! oor of 4 Plnehur-t

1 Aof NW\4\ __ -10''' 7 11 110:1.: M. Krebs 11.4. lot 1OArunN110ftB. In NWVi of SEVi"l. ____
No. 12, northbound, due Starke. 101 ft SilO ft W 101 ft 0 II 0.0.' P. Toung
' NE'4 or NW34less\ By rl..htof
3:03: p. m. way ______11 7 11 1It.: A. :I. McKinney, Jr. 11.23W34 to beir Town of Lawtey. ___ WofBIklBofR A BV4 of Blk ISof 8 W

No. 108, northbound due Starke of BE... ____11 ., 11, 10 W. T. MoJO..1' _...._.., sass E of Ry In See S3 34 S5-.6 S 22B Mrs' Annie Lot Godwin. I..,. W In Temple Sub R 4 ___- I ISWI4ofBlkIBOfR3W
IIW\4! \ of NIOI4 .____ -t 11 tot.: A. Grave. II.U Lot 11 Town of Lawtey II 1 dlv1 'II 10 W. B. Kubl

lr, 5:53: p. In.Starke. K\4\ of W\6-of\ NW\4\ A of Ry In Bee S3 34 SS _.S$ 22B Mrs. 1C. B. Edwards ._ S.SSMrs. SEVi of Blk 2 8
81 7 11 .0 11' '1'. ..... Lot IS Town of Lawtey B of R "
4. YVanneo Branch NEI4 or SW\\ Abernathy ... 5 W In Temple Kuhl _
W\4\ of WI4 o(NW\4It 7 81 10 Unknown _ 10.01 of Ry In .o'fltt\\lt: -__14 22B ]B.! R. Harmon '.U NE. of NEy of sub\ dIY\1! 6 22 S Mrs. L. A.. _
No 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. NWIf, 01 NI0. .________11 T 11 .11 L J. Wynn _ u.n Lot 14 A 8V. E34 orBlklJ11ofR'E"SW\4 32 1 22 10 C.' R.. CooperaIN

No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. Blk 11-4 lot e Hampton of Sec Lawtey 31 34 3R E .o( Ry._. In_ all that portion of 3
Shore. being sub41Vof -?- 16ot 22B D. Co Klnlaw S IeI
__ _ of
: 1- Town of Lawtey El - 42.27 R f B that He* In ;,
Lt. 14 { all lot
r. Closing of MAlIaSoath N of Highway A W34 of .. of Ry la Sec 31,24 S6.SS 23 J. A. A W. H. Andrew.5.15 SWV4 or NEV4 of of NW Bile% .I. N 8 81 fa

Lot 7 ______11 7 It Unknown _. _. I.U Lot 20 ex: Lot 100 f t N'A B IE.. all that. portion of of R '," '
as :
Elk 1-11 lot. Hampton by400ftBAWInNWCar .
.. of "Blk 8 8 of R II
Train lOT ____ 10:10: a. m. Shores betn.l a sub-div. Town of Lawtey B of of half See line- A i .\ '
of lot. 4 e a all lot Ry In Seca 31 14 IS __SS 3. .
IN. - B Mrs. Annie Lou all that portion' of .
E Train 11, parcels ____11:03: a. m. of highway W34 of Lot S3 Town of Li-wtey B Godwin n.OT 8 ot R 8 m Blk 3 c' : .
P North 'lot 7 _....."_.I$ 7 It Unknown. - ..., of By In Sees 33 14 2. __IS S 22 = 10.0 '
i tote Lot 24 Town I INE54V4
Elk J Ilampton of Lawtey _> dlv
Train No. 12, Letters and parcels, shores being a eub- dlv.oflote$4&nlllotIN. of Ry In Seca 33 34 IS --36 5 'S3 -: Mrs. E.. R Harmon 01- '-: otBEy..11 11fa 11 ,. Unknown -__
Lot 68 Town 7,1$ SEyV44 1 10 .3. J. Truby
______ 2:30: p. m. of Lawtey E l \
a of lot of Ry In Beca 31 11 IS __ NSWY4 'Wof,98A 34 of '
y of blllbwa W34 IS 5
33 .
lira. \ Ex:
Train 108 __. 0:30: p. JD.NI&ht . 7.,_ _ __-_- -_-_-_II. 7 11 -. Unknown_ .... Lot 8e Town of B E.'IHal'MOn' .... A I i9 Crabs"i I
malls closes __ 6:00 < of Ry In Beca __I' 11 I II 4, hose "di Ell
: p. m. Dlk X 11 lots Hampton I 33 '- Mrs H. R Harmon _. 0,11 SB 14> Of SWii of A B --
Wannee Branch Shor. being a .ub-dIY. Lot 13 Otts Sub Division la I A of SW* of 8W

of Lots 14 0 A all lots East Lawtey _y _______. __ r.lsle WllllamB_ 11.01 8E*. -' -? ,\* _of-U 1 12 11 Mra Edna Thomas --r I
n Mall closes 7:00: a. m.Mau .
w. N 01 blllhwa A W34 of Lots IS 14 IS Ott. Sub- DIvision of E

arrives .,-....-.. 2:40: p. m. lot$3$0 7, 11 1.4ol'e Gordon _ .... In East L..wt.y ____, __ D. C. Klnlaw _ 11.111 n NWNw34of cor 8Wy4- .__ ex,1-92 A .' II P.' Pnllum'r I
Lot 1 oik lJampton Com at NE Cor of NWVi of SEy4NV of M 11 D. _
NE\4\ of _
) Beach of. SW\4\ A NWU! Sea 34 A run 3 to N39 or BW34 of 8EV4of \ -_g5 1 U 10 J., M. Trub
Blue Bus Schedule 8E74 a 8y"
w" 8B Cor of said 40 thence elf
A t1B4otofW-31I34 SE A
j Southbound< -B:31: a. m., 11:81 It S to land of'L' H. 11111 .. ., "r 8W SEI4. Thom' _
a strip along thence W on line of salt NESSof II $0 :Un. Edna
flE'4 _
,a a.. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14 r.f side''of' NEV4 of 8Ek4 ,land 7SO ft thence 8 138 ,,4r 8E'4 of !liE of 'II II JI1 JL, Thomas -

' q .. m. bounded B by laKe. all iD_" 7 11 Eleanor V. Sharp 2.S1 ft thence W 600 ft N 1000 ." It of S4\ Em--Sl;\
bath house A ft B ..
Casino } 4 ft thence northerly NE\4\ "
N.rthbound-8:30: a. m. 1:23: - - 32 'II Ella Rlgdoa -
p. rounds Belnc about 40O 100 ft thence 13 111 7 A In 8W 001' of BEVY 11 HnI.

ti ; m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a. ltEAWD' 100ftNA ttof ber.j. __:--..-,--,-33-34; I 22 -' Mrs.' E. R. Harmon NW' - --
l..n ----- '1 a It 7 Co. 'Coot -- !
C u9' } S on Lake Shore Hampton E 8W,., or SW 01 NE'A; *** NE'4 -- '- _
mt Beach W J4 of SWUiii .. .NJ: - .--.....U S Young A tf ----II 0 II 40 Oil" Leach _
Tickets and (Information at WV4 of 8WV& w Chandler '.01 ofV8WVlW'4: not of SW 34 -
N1I: I .. -
} A4ffiS4
Jl 0 II 11 1'l'1Ib _
Seo if of SBVi\ ol wti0. H.-t-NJi5,4 N SS Z. M.
Smith Service Station, next to - II 3 H.ttle Bennett. : A A B GIICI ft of the
\ A a strip alone N \ _ '.111
aY NEB '. . NWVI\ of SWV4 of NEH -.34, k l* 10 Oeo. F. 8 11 A of aW\4\ of 8W34
courthouse. side of NE1: \* ot 84 Young
NBvTof NWli-T 1.11 N
I of ,
; NBVi" of \ publlo
bounded S b.lak. all In.S 7 11 R. L Kile. 15 21 10 C. C. dnnter roa"U 1 II 11:1.:1.: : Truby -----"
TIES of J-ZZTiI 1.11 .
84, aw(4( of SB*. c NE' &
fi Palmetto Fred Rude and Ernest NEVi\ of SWVi ex road' -.:U 7 31 S3 XX B. Nolan. ........-.; 37.08 EtBEST r of NBVi\ twuwo 30 J. B. Austin ...._. -- 11." NWh4yo.f of NJ:14! all At all Wy4-$of
Com 350 ft W ot SB Cor efBWVi \(
15 I L H. Hill of
; ., Thrift leased Oaks HoteL of NE\4 A run N T t40rNwir.i-iii U 10 J. a. Starling .__. 1.11 ff.i5.r L* NVfcVaEu..
about 108* ft ta the centerof 8K& of 8BH ot BWVi. ___-l$ I 11." .
Winter Park'=' Corner Drugstore 33 10 W. M. Anduw" 11.81 iJfMr'ir' -' "i -"" ,< 'II 71 :Mra Celia Carte p
_ ditch running :El A tur _._ '
a All 8WM of BWVi of SBVi Nit A --"
30 J. W. White ---
opened for,business. W thence II about leO ftthence < U.1..1
W of Klngsley 1'0&4.11' I II Alu:1'.s o N (
_;oi 1 Arcadia .- R. R Clifton purchased In a NR direction N SwV NEof\ 8WV, OE 4' Ada Andrews _ .... __ .:fT+ 1 II IT m.: x.T1aomu:; ___
1 interest of Bob Adams in along: the center of e-1: -1.vbs A An NH .f tor\4\ SWI4 of 8E"lee.. I A la -
:t ditch to the B .f U" .f BW\6.. W of RyV4 NW cor di 3."'In Nil 001'11 $10, :Bell :Johnson _ _
Bob's Shoe Fixeron West OakIstreet. NBVi thence 8 ta 8E eor t S ..f '
-- SWI4
At at 0 L H. Bill ..,_._. of NII'4HW4 '..
of said NBVi\ theca W to ,
I. '';\< .. be. 40 A aleo com .., "'may. 8 B\ oof 9W'\--Fil-JI, ;; -I $3 18. \,Arthur Lee - LT7 \ Of.ul\4\ A NiI4-: of

oJ", ,>:t" .... , .''' (CONCLtI'1) ( PAG1$ 7)
,- ..,,1"1. N" ., .., i"1i'li' ',; \ .t h:7'.I.: t'''.'.', ., : ,..., .tr.'; J-.4, } S
rJ; \ 3 1"1"/ : ; ; .' { rid a. ."I04'j \ $ ; /
/ . . . ;; lieu "Pt.t.(: rt \Ai" :,; 't 1 ", ,. ,,< ,"4 '
N ,1/1..:_ ., "1,' 1 '. .. "" <'.--:' .., ., '.' .1.1to < ' ..' d ryt? , ; > .' : : }.f.'to .t.\\rho ;"_ ? l



r }!Yg7t)+'it'",Vt Y6a i'/nkLi./ ,fM1 .. ,,, .. p., ,e n. rt ,.mrs vf lr-w.n,, ra,n"yffB, tiPyrylr gfdeuo r n, ,. ";1" yNg''''*v+''''''''?''Pxr.'f..y.;" gereJri'PltVd\ ,v4"wnn. eMA,1A'.;' .1 ,iM'\'r\!\ \ ",,tW'I"M,>,.,TRdMtlei", <<. , I'i'' "Ny/sons,. ,. ,n n.yi+ 'nb.' ." , e,

JILL'11. 1991 :r.m..uJr.o.aD COUNTY TELEGRAm. 33TA1U1Z! Y14. fl DA PAGI1 mtJVEN
------- ------ rTax.
9/. -...._--,,..- ="'==
-- -
AND CRED.TOA9 tor, will offer for *ae: In front of ping! Wf't.lOM feet thence South I Taxes ..
DgBTOA9 the courthouse. door In Btarke, FlorIda 45v tea T. It. A. Costs)
1'0 / during: the local. hour of sale I thence North, 460 feet Est 1080 feet, De.erlpttea See T. R. A. Ovrsi*.> A. Casts no..I.

-- .UI. to-wlt between the hour of It a. m ln s 1 to Township Point of 1 beginning 6.- Addition to Starke In of SEH nf SEH of 8BUBV .1> 1 22 O. K. Prince __________ 7.SO
hereb//' .1dl.trlbut. And S p. m.( Monday the 3rd day ofAugust I 5uth', Range en J'.sr' Also all that NWH of NWU South of "* A In 8TCH '- 8H3H\ oom
I. leIJaleeebavln. claims A. D. 1931, to the highestand of the East Half of the 9th *t -SS 6 S3 D. C. Jones L B.6S 814 ft H of SW cor of
r i" . best bidder for cash the follow Northeast quarter of the Southeast Lot 1 3 et'B1k C Rldng'sAddition said 8BH" of 8TCU A run
.herebYhre0ulr0edfftot ing described property, situated in Quarter of Section Twenty-three, to Btarke in N 680 ft E 846 ft S 660 ft
tdtheTa Bradford County, Florida to-wlt: I i.wwm"1ip! ; Rare SS Eat NWH of :NWU South of W $41 tt to \\9 7 S3 5 Annie L. Harper ---- 16.11 ,+
their e''ifimi''nVj.5.; uly ,Gardiner," The Southwest quarter of theNortheast South of Starke, Middle- 11th .t .. ts t S3 J. C. Poppell _____ II.IS Com at Rht ear of See 19 II ,\
s t A. county, quarter of the !!Ioutheastqu.rt.r containing Lot I a $S T"of""Blk1Wynn's run 'V 880 tt N '15.1 ft ..4a: .
io theeFiot Dradford of "Section' 38, In Township Twelve and 100 acres Addition to to a pt of beg thence N i

"dlfM'"approval within one notat 6, South, Range Twenty-two East more or lees. Stark* in NWH of SWU-18 6 11 R. F. Demorest _____ 60.98 tl8.8 ft E 105 tt S 1111 ft ,
tor Jr..of. containing ten acre more or lee. fa.
:M 813ftS111.1ftW 410ft
h lhereta 1 K. FERRYMAN '
rant hela In bar And Also Eleven Acre of Laud commencing Special Master Lot 4 of Blk 1 Wynn's Addition to beg. ____________ ..19 'I II D. W. Swindell _______ ,}j' ,

II b. U bl.t' to eald etate. at the Northeast corner of H. M. JOHNS .. of to _Starke_ __in._ NW..1. One A In SF1 Cor ofeNW4! Of 4 i
said debt.I SWH ___;. .
Bone Int Northwest of the South-
the quarter Solicitor for Complainant. 8E\- of 8111'A. ________ .19 T It 1 n. 3. Smith 4.81 .
ttbeto 19.uadorelgne 1991. went quarter In S''ntlon 17 and run- 'I-to.U-7-n Lots 8 9 10 of to Blk Stark.1 Wynn'sAddition In ( R1k. i 17 18 Iii Ham ton--U T n -.1. I .. .McOruder'---\ I I

, and daY rAMI1 Uglp'FIS EnochOriflu (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6.) Lots N A.,0 SW'i of Blk_.TWynn's-___.23 8 11 R. F Demorest ..___, 7.02 L of
Entgte. I lamp.ton 4
/ Lots 14 of 131k1/ 1n '
0iminlalratr/x deceased.g A I Stark In NWH :19 _
IV'JO 1 II Mr.'F. P. Croft ___, 1MS
." Costarun of ..28 6 11 Boyd Kolloway __'- 24.16 - --- -----
Dcserlvtloit Sea T. n. A. -- -- -- --- Milk
OwsjerE. Lotll I in
A. Lot T e oC 18
4 A N% of fracl lot E Hampton ._ __ _____U 7 II Mr. F. P. Croft _______ I."
ER1FF'TALE I W 140 ft 8 105 ft 19 of niK a Wynn' Addition ."1.
340 ft N 105 ft to of k in of Lots 14 15 oC Blk U In

-- -under and byotth8tdateathe beg _________pt_-__28 8 23 :M. Thomas ___ 17.05 W'U -------------J NWyW 8 6 UMra.. Marl Latone "__ 21.11 Hampton I9729ofBile_ _ _______14&Lota __19 T II W. O. 8..1. __ ___ ..3.99Lote "
e actlc0 writ Com at a rt 830 ft 8 of N Blk 8 Dowllng' Sub Dlv inNWI4ofSW14&SWY.oa JO a1 11 of Elk 18 la .

SfSSp line of NWH of 8E%, on I Hampton _ ___. __ 1 II A. A. McDonald ______ as.1iS :t
., 1 KJ side of Church st A _ -__.__ s 6 S3 E. J. Dowllng ____ 24.16 N\o of NE14 & SWl4- of .
l per.A-S'8o fth.Uecd.eKdo? run R 104 ft S 52H ft W Lot S of Blk S City Perk NE'4 less. 1 A right of
nd of 104 ft to Church street Sub Division W. A C.'. Way .. $14. of NR'4 of
I reult Co that eta n Judgment thence N along said ItWUl'itsf Addition to Starke In NW14 less. I A In sm cor.tO T 11' US Inca Iv.y Pollard 1.76
,rid. Otnwherein D. flKnightAk to beg. 28 8 22 Mary M. Lee ____ 8.18of SWH of SHU! _________..28 6 22 E. W. Miller _-_,..,..__. 2.08 6E,4! of N1034" _.__....__x.90 7 29. 40 C. E. harper ____ 9.53NNS715
I .o ft of Frac-------- Lot 14 of Bile 1 City Park of SIQ 10 1 III 40 W. B. Blocker ___ $8.11E121.3Aof874
tla tave leviedPupontgndell Blk 1 Ex S 61H ft Sub Division. W. A C.'BAddition !:.otSW4\ t

I > outcry to thedonroff Original Town ot StarkeIn In SWU of 8HH28 6 S3 Christina.Kahr -, <" __ 2.V6 less 1-' A In HIlI car ___ 20 T U 11 Unknown -__.w 1.10
et public front of NBU of SW% _____._.28 8 23 Mr*. Josephine Taylor ..8:1: On. Lot In Stark boundedN Lots I a Sub Dlv of SW4I \
i I b the court hou.e In Lots 5 7 of Blk IS Original by O. J. Griffin H by I SWi4 80 TaJ: : 1 John nohn _ __. 1.10
uth d'dtord Florida. Town of Stark In NBH Sharps land W >>y Walnut cC 8E34 ex A in$W

1 /! County of aala on of SWU - _-28 0 23 J. C. Runt _____ 78.07 st E by fly __.___. 21 8 23 Sri Eva KUIlan _. 12.16 i N1o ----------------O 1 II as W. L.. Bugg.. ___ 19.113I
tthet3rlldny or. August A. Com 88 1-6 ft W of SE oor 31G A In NW% of SWH 8 I 'w'\I SiloaoEof a
i/; following described of lot 7ofBlk17&runN of Madison St! known as _ __ . _ 21 'f II 11 I. :R Kalch ___..___ 1.10N40 r
the and being in Bradford"l.r.u 105 ft W SO 1-8 ft S 105 J. O. Alvsres Res Blk of NWT .x 11 A In So l
I : ft to Call st E SO 1-3 ft In Stark. Ex 1 lot In : Cor _ _________11 T la8 Ines Ivey Pollard ___ 13.04
t r. tundivided Interest to beg Original: Town of NW cor sold t.J. L. N\J! 01 11F.1'! of NW .. i

n.'.IlI'hth off the .outhwe.t oortrJortheaat Stark. In NEH of SWH 28 8 S3 Sam Rosenberg; _ ...117.48 Peek .. _. .- _-_.-__..28 6 22 4 J. W. Andrews, Jr.; _. _144.87 SW" of NJJ"4% .1. __ ____111 7 120 Wm. Kalohr.uter _ 11.04 F
ee acres quarter of,North- Bent at NW cor of C" '. Lots 5 4T bounded N by ., 8%. otNW%. N1-of 5W4 .
of road, and 8outh Walnut St & run W on Call St. A M by Court 8t. : W',4ofSW4of8W334& }
quarter of Northeast Call St 149 ft 3 In to apt In Cooksey's Addition to N\t ofSE% _ __. .S9 T II 180 henry Friedman! _ ._111.79
quarter otheaat quarter of Nn quarter of beg thence N 105 ft Starke .___.__28 6 22 .-.1. W. Andrews, Jr. _....U 8% 01 RE\4\ & m4 of 81Gof '

seven acres off south W 16 ft 8 105 ft B 16 ft .. Beg at NW Cor of Bay A SW -11 'I U 140 Unknown- - -.___ n.n '
::.e.Xcon, 10. township 7 .outh to beg In Blk 17 Original n"r- Madison Sts A run N 105 & NS4 oFswS\ &11111\06\ ;
I t eaet. Town of Starke In NBH -' ft W 330 ft to BrondwaySt 8ES4t SWUa _ ____14 1 II JlI nlnry Friedman, __1U.9 Ali
11 W. j. KPPEHSOM of SWU __.__..____. 28 8 23 D. B. Knight ._.:.__..:._ 41.16 S on said St 105 ft to N"" Of : __..__.__B8 T.I 110 East Coast Lumber Co. .8.111
As Sheriff Bradford One lot 'on N side of Call Madison St thence E on W of NWlk of SWI4 .a8 1 sa 80 L. M. Andreu ___ 9.n
-n County Florida street lilt{, ft E A, W by said St 180 ft to beg in One A side of-RWyV
7 210 ft N & S bounded N by Btarke _ __.-_ '_____88 6 22 _' Mrs. Joiephin Edward 79.27 of NE'4 111 of and adJoin- a
nrBTOHII AND CRBDITOlta Jefferson street W by One lot In Btarke! hounded ing blllhwayo _ ___"2 7 n t NathAn Du Jlllr"t __._. '..119Ni '
r& TO land of Vida V. Morgan E by W. M. Edwards 8 ", of S10Y. uf SI1J"IS 1 U 10 1'yd.n Yarn. ____ 11.40 d
8 by Call street & E by AI NW\4\ of 8Wy'-fI of ltylA&N14olSW14ot
by C. A. Knight A Mrs. ,I..T.; .JI ''I:' 5
given" that all Blk 17 Original Town of Humphrey W by Broadway -
I'r., Ie legateee, dletrlbut..e. and Btarke in NBH of SWH28 0 23 Sam Rosenberg . 48,76 St A N by land of y u 9W.-i.1! .. __11 7 II IS T. 3. Lucinda Perry .. h.ts

.1 having claims against One house A Lot In Blk 18 I A. L. Alvares ..:._____.-21 8 U W. M. Edward. __ 7.0' All. sw" of NWW'\ S Of'U
none Ity Ex 1 A 1n NW' cor for..
.1I W. Alvares, d..a.- known as Starke House
I tate of J. bounded N by Call St W Com on Call St at SW'! oor '.' ... taxes :.___ :--_ --29 1 U 19 O. W; Saxon _. _.____ n.t P.
of land owned Mrs. S. "
I by :
alnlmebdulygauthentlcated -< \ All SW\4\ of NW'S 8 of By
: to by C. L. Peek S by H. V. M. N 830 ft y
A, Gardiner, countyof Knight A E by :J. C. Manning :JI.ot1.Ut. 4n/' Ex 1 A NW cor for
Geo to Alvaresthen n. l i
.m Bradford County Florida, Original Town of '" 1929! taxes. __ ---_---29 1 II 18 O. W. Saxon ______._ 11.11
wltnin one year Starke In NI3V of SWH __28 II'23 D. E. Knight _____128.48 W along Alvares ,, All SWV, of N'V 54SofIty:
date I.I approval hereof, or this notice willid B 21W ft of WVi of lots; 3 4 Call 131 ft St thence thence S E 315 on ft Call to .,.. ...,.,:. '.' Ex 1 A In NW 001" ____29 7 II 11 O. W. Saxon ....,...y__ 14." J
NWV4 .of SWi4 of '
thereto. And all pel'Indebt.d of Blk 19 Original Townof : NVS15
In bar St 118 ft to beg" In Stark. "'f"In & N'Q\4 or SWYW' ofSNy.
to said estate are reed Starke In NBU of NWU of SWU\ __ .__ 28 8 11W.. M. Edward __ 64.46 :
& E\J! of SEV of
their said debte"lIh SWH _______28 6 22 D. C. Jones ".08 ..
l to tithe undersigned. Bee 80 -ft-Sf- -NB--- cor of ---- One lot of land In Btarke eWy4 of Sllya) __ ..__39 1 ::13 .0 Dory Fort. _.__ .'.i' ,a

of A. D. 1931. Blk S9 as extended on 1V\: A B by 210 ft B 8 17 A of tllllt portion of
.Srd dRY ALvAREZ Unsey's. map A run S 91 ft K by Randerson NW14 Lfli'I lying W of y
D. WAIN W1tIGHT. W80ftN91ftE8Ofttobeg lane A S by Hoyt. ; .' 8. A. : ; right of way.O 1.. t C. E. Harper ______ 1..0

Executors N. Estate of J. W. Original Town of St _ ____________23 6 12 Mr. Ma.rr..1an.* Green _. 17.05 Bike. II 4 II Slab Div of NI4\ Al

t.I.js Alvares, daocased. Btarke In NEH of SWH; .28 6 23 A. W. Anderson 40.56 One lot of land In Starks % ,.' .'. of NWy _.80 T 12 8 C. m. Harper _..._ 41.9 rA
E14 of Blk SO as. extendedon S62ftN&SbyllQtt Lot. 1 I 86 of BIB 11 In d

''() SAND CnED- Hnley's Map ex. 8 105 n & W hounded N by St ,. HAmpton _ _-___-__.80 7 U Mr. m..le Sparkman _. 19.113
CE TO I> ft Ornlnal town of StarkeIn & E by Sanderson lane __28 6 22 -- J. Vf. Harrell ..__:;...- 82.16 Lota2$46S70flkll .
irons NBH of SW'428 6 23 J. F. Honser _____ 13.18 One lot fronting on Broadway 'l III Hampton ._ '_ ___10 73 1Iam ton Development
given that all LoteI867ofBlkSJ.N.Johne St bounded N by old Co. _.,..-.10116 +,
In la hereby Addition to StarkeIn county Jail 8 by land of Lots8431TREIbttotlot

tore, legatee, distributees'and claims against 8E'4 of SWU __ --28 6 22 John R. McKinley ____ 71.01 J. F. Colley In Btarke_-28 6 23 -' Robt. P. Jones _____ 1S.'lS Blk 29 in tamp- 5
*eons of having Anna O. Murrhee, de- Lot 8 of Bile 85 ::1.-11[. Johns Lots IS 14 19 20 of Rile S ton I.O- ---------ao 7 U Hampton Development
>ate to Addition to Starke In I R. N. Dowllng's Addition Co. _ _.____ 18.43 py
>d are hereby claims required duly anthentl-pre- SEA! of SWU _,__..-28 8 22 H. C. Wall _____ .n to Starke In :NEof' I A com .t 8w. cor of NF.1

Iheir to the lion Cleo. A. Gardiner, Lot 6 8 of Blk S6 J. M. sm" -___ 99 6 22 R. F. Demoreit _._ 11.04 of NEI4 run N 184 ydsN 4
; of Bradford Johns Addition to Stark Lots -.9 s"o Sl 83 8T34"l5 884 :yda S 114 yds W I'
tj Ma Judge fur hie approval within county one In BBU+ of BWH _-28 6 23 -+ A. W.:/Anderson __ ".88 39 of Blk 8 R. N. Dowl 316 yde to beg -____.____.0 'f U 9 W. n. Mnwln ___ ".8'
date hereof or this no- Lots 1 aot Rlk 87 J.M. In.'. Addition to Stark. NE'd N4atJt1\ NWi -
will from be held In bar thereto. And Johns Addition to StarkeIn i |'n NE% of 8EU\ __--..29 51 R. F. Demorest __ 13.49 of .,,.,,.31 1 II 4A.. O. Thomae ___ 21.11
none Indebted to said estate BJ3U of SWU ___-__.38 6 22 D. C.. Jonas ___ _-_---_ "' .01 One lot 105 ft eq In NW Cor Lot 1 of 14 of NW'4$1 ark 11 1 II 10 A. O. Thoma. _-____ 6.14
Lot" 1. I 4 of
to their said debts Lot 1exN9yftPaN19ft of Madison
nqueited pay A Orange Sts
with to the undersigned. of Lot O of Elk 1 LlvlngBton In Btarke. ______.-.J9 6 12 _, J. L. Simmons ____ :1.88: RI'l"of Hampton Beo Park 11 :NI7'Q of ofNWI4&W54ofNWh4of
I.ird day of July A. D. 1931.N. Truby& Co's Blk 1 In dasklns Add to HWMo

D. WAINWRIGHT: Add to Btarke In W% of Starke _ ___________29 6 12 4 Edward Burns _ __ 77.77 N
Sw4$2 7 fa Unknown _ _' __ .a
..talnitrator. Estate of Anna O.Ki28 LorEaoi: 6 S3 W. C. Jones _._- 29.03 NEI4ofNW&ESAOf: --
Murrhee. deceased Blk TTCfvTngstonTruby f NH of NWH of :NWtl: _29 6 22 45 R. F. Demorest __ 11.88 s\!, of I'll' V, of NE\4\ NW%, fit
& Co'a Add to S 10 A of NWH of NWU A nt SE'4 &N3 of NEI4 or tG
Stark In WU of NBH! .--28 8 23 O C. Livingston ___ 5.28 8U of NWVt ex S 10 A of 5143%! _ _.____83 1 .3 100 burden Saxon ..__._ 4T.1IAWI4
T1CE OP TAX AI'PI.ICATIOjr: DEED FOR Lots II of Elk 1 Livingston SWU. of NWU ________.81SWH 6 12 SO M. J. MoRae _.u.._..w 41.37: of'NWY. 84 1 aa 40 DurtJ.n. Saxon ____ 18.n: ''
Truby & Co's Add to Com at NW Cor of NEV.! ofNEy _
Stark. In WV4 of NEU_-28 6 S3e J. TV. Edward __.__. S5.28 of SW% A NHVl of .to run S F1
ItlM li hereby Given that J. F. SWH A BH of BIT-i' of ( t
Lot 6 of Blk 1 LivingstonTruby 851 ft yds N 885 yd WSSIty
iwi, holder of Tax Certificate & Co's add to SWU &Nav4ofSE.: A :yd" to h"II'-IO A AHHH ,
I |!ill, the 6th day of August A. Btarke In WH of NEU --28 S3 R. 3. Davis ___. 5.33 A NH-In of SWH! ot SE'ic A H: '( of NEH: .Bs 6 A in
il!, baa filed said certificate In Lot 1 ,3 S 4 of Blk 8 :LlvlngBton NE cor of Sli'A of NW cor A S A tn BW oor .
otke and made application fordOJd Truby & Co's IIW'A: __ ..* ". _;_. __._31 6 22 161W.. M. Edwards' .-..___ ".11 82 A ----!-__-7 31 53 W. VT, Paokbam.1 $6.98

to Issue thereon. ID accord- Add to Stark in W% of EH of NEH! tot "iex .. 7 A In SE Cor of ofNE'4 .
Mill law. Said certificate em- NE4.! -.2 8 6 -Unknown _ ___ 16.75 about K A In B13 (or .A 84 '
\ ___. _____80NK T S3 7 CI'.Ie.. Toungblood ...__ 7.TO
Bt.thi following described prop- Lot 8 of"Blk ll'Llvlngston. of BU of HE%. of NBH A ,'. ., ,', '" I, -- ,.
Oated\ ) In Bradford county Truby & Co's Add in W% WH of NEH! of am".x 4 ." '..... ', ''I'' ..:....... HK':d<4 of of NW'4 NWH A A NTCH Wi5 Of of '. '

II ,to-wits: of NE'/i' __.__ 8 22 Lorenso Oreen _._-_ '.U A In SW oor & NWH of ." : .e .' BWU! of NBH\ -Ex 4 A forroad

>Sntbwetit.IIoUlbhalf. Quarter ot Southwest Section quar-21, Lots 1 14 A S4 of Lots 2. I' A SBH In of SW NEH our! _of NEH__\__of S3 6 S3 47'.1. T. Jones.' _'. __..-. 40.47 _ ____..._.._.._3B 1 23: 66 P,. II. Neal. ..-.. .__ 11.48 ti
13 of Blk Livingston Beg a t on W aide, of
ord01 South Uange S3 East, i SEH com at 8W Cor A .. right ,
chat. SO acres Truby A Co's Add to run N 113 1-8 '" "' fly of WRY on Sen : '
/> UHanment of said property Starke In WW of NEH! __28 8 U W. M. Bryan ___. 8.93 Southerly 216 yds thence line tk run N of right of Sway
I yds thence
Irlhtaald certificate Issued Lot 10 of Blk 14 Livingston S 68 H line of 70 yd* W 86 'ds H 70 "' p
wasMine 0
bo of J. A. Klllebrew. Truby A Co'. Add' to said 40 8t thence W yds to aid Seo .
,ltniald certificate shall be Starke In WH! of NE'4 _28 6 23 Verna Johns _ 14,16 also 8 3 A of to beg 13 tn beg-14 A in .k .
l according to law deed rail Lots IS 14 of Blk 14 :Livingston of SBH Cl_. of NBk\ NE'of HWVi ______._38 13 O. A. Tnungblood ___ '.19
|l Loot... thereon on the ,Srd tax dey of Truby and Uo'n - ,6 :23 7 Hill Investment Co. 10 as HRH, of NW>4 ot BWU ____84 ? 32 10 Clyde Hall ? _.._, _.,_ 6.08
"I, A. D. Add to Starke In Wft of Com at SW cor of SWH of SEV4 of SWIG of NWU Ex M1t
led this 26th day NEH _' _ _____ "3 6 22 Unknown _ ___ .08 NBH. & run N 264 ft E lAInWcnr&E aA ,
of June A. D. Lots 4 9 10 11 of Blk 17 180 ft 8 aU4 ft W 130 ft of NK'4 of NWH of $W14 ,

O. W. Livingston Truby & Co'*. to beg _ _________82 6 S3 9 Leah Gregg . ___._ 11.83 of "
Clerk of Circuit ALDERMAN. Add to Starke In WU of All SH of 8BH E of RyO 8./\4B.\ .. --.: 86 1 23 27. W. A. 'Jon.. ____ 16.12
11,7-11. ford Court Florida.Bard- NE14 - --*-.".___..._..''s 6 22 R.. F. Demorest u lUr A m- .. -Wlm.r.._......33 6 22 B Unknown _ __ 417 1 A In BW cor of BEH of
County Lots 4 7 of Blk 27 Livingston Lot 6 of Blk 7 Llnooln City 8WH of NWH - __88 7 22 1 John Hall "',. .,...--.. 1.61
ItE OF APPLICATION1 FOB Truby A Co's Addt in 8Vi of 8EH W of Ry.:.33 8 23 Clarence Oiteen .._ 7... All 8V. ''of NWU of NinU B 1 .
TAX DEED Starke In W'/4 of NEH-28\ 6 22 S. J Coleman n.u Lot S of Blk 11 Lincoln of Ily!/ .. __ ___ 3 S 12 14 Th.r..*.. Turpentine Co. ".Ia
WH of I'bo' Livingston.Truby .: City In 8V4 of SKH: ) W of 8\i of SWH! of NIS'2: fix' W .
U.. l Ie hereby given that J. pits A Sub Division --------$3 623 Dan Jenkln. __ B.SS BAA of NEH Of
'inn, holder of Tax Certificate of NBH of NBH! 28 6 22 '- Rosa Cox _ ___ 13.03 5H; A."Com" "NW cor of SEU A NSW U of ___ 1 8 13 75 Chas. R. deleter ..___ It."
the 6th day of August A. Lot 1 2I: B] 38 ft of lots NWH of SWH! A run S on W B A / of SWfe of .
ill. has filed said certificate in a 4 of Blk 15 A lots 12 "' ..ol1n. to a post thence NBU ,gtArn' of NWU I II 31 4IS' R. M. Heney _--.-._-_ 18.10 '
: let and made application for A E 39 ft of iota 8 4 of Blk E to within 40 ft of the NW of NWU\ of BWU _JZ I 1 12 20 O 1'. Waokerman _._ 9.71 A
'... 16 Livingston Truby A center of Ry thence N
r.2" 'Issue thereon in accord- Bag at a pt on W side fRy
th Co's Sub Division of NBHof parallel) with N line
law. Said right N
certificate way on
the following described. prop-em- NEH _ __ 23VTV 6 22 Annie Coleman _ 40.86 of said \-Ryof BWH. line of ooi A run H on

iltuMed In Bradford county of lots 1 2 A all lots4ofBlkl7&WV thence W to beg ---al B 12 t J. T. Jone. ___ 6.97 r IS ;
Ida. to.wlt: f of .. .'. All NWofSWl4P3ofRy! .bkolwl"9tolr. rt
Southeast of Southeast qu"t ..- lots 1 3 & all lot 4 of Blk Ex .about A In SW cor.33 8'' 22 12 II D. Hunt ______ IS." tine thence. Id! on until, line
quarter. Section 20, 18 LIVlnt"tonr Truby & Lot. 1 3 of Blk t J. M. ,. '.' to beg-8-4 A In NBU Of dNWy.
"""" 7 South Range) 21 East Co's 1 of NEH Johns Sub Division of ,: ... .. .. __ .._._ 1 1C. A. Tounglood .,.., .. .I/J/
u doing 20 acre of NBH - _______._28 8 23 D. P, Pullum __ ...._ 40.E6 NE14 of NE4! ---__-33 6 :31 A. W. Andrson'-_..._ 7.90 S13H - ? ----_ 5 11 160 (l. F. Wackerman 64,46
?S .....ment of said, property Blocks 25 26 Livingston N'h of NW% of NBH Ex 4 5 5 Ell A EH of SE1! of :NWH- 8 81 140 O. JI'. WaokermanSS _117.00
;S Iha "ald certificate Issued. was bblvl.fon Company's e A In NW'cor A U A In 5 All. .- .. ...-..?-.10 1 640 O. F. Waokerman .,....341.42
name of J A. Killebrew. sub ot NBH of SIQ cor A NUNWH of 1J>A 'of WMTof NKVl Of NWH A
mH".**ld certificate shall be rw. *- Nm\4\ _ ____ ___ .28 6 22 Livingston Truby A Co. 2.76 of NEH ..x 3 A_84 6 23 24 John A. Morgan __ 19.02: NW% of HHH\ of NVVH A
, rdl" Lot 4 of Blk 27 Livingston HIM, of SIC of NW 4 of
., ? ( to law tax deed \!, A In :NB cor of NW" of 4
thereon on the ir* day of Truby A Co's Sub Division NW4.! ___..34 6 23 L. C. NW14 A R'4'] of NEH of
.1. of NEH of NEH _-_28 6 23 A. 0..Jenkins ..... '.81 NV ot-NW'4.- of BE34 .__u 6 S3 SO Idema Bros. _______ 14.81.48 SWH of NW! ._-ItA t 22 40 R. 8. Zimmerman ...,._ sots
*:!b thle'26thlday of .1un.. A. Lot S of Bile 27 LlvlngBton "''W4.! af NW'1,4 __85 4II 40 John B. Thomas _. 12.14 8 S-4 of H',. of 8W% B 8-4 1''
itch Truby A Co's Sub Division 1.62 SE\4\ of NWV ____15 6 S3 40 Minnie Oelger __.6 of 8H" of 8BH\ _---_____11 1 23 ISO: V.B. Wstmer __ B6.I8 '
Aarona __ 19.n
o. W- ALDERMAN of NEH of NBH ____28 6 22 Leanna W.L..o( SSV.! of 8W\4\ of
Clerk * Circuit) Court, Brad. Lot. 1 S or Era of Bile S3LIvlngnton.Truby Lot I of Elk 3 I.Rke NES. HW% - ___11 23 8 Unknown ,___ ..*?
117 7.91. ford County Florida A Co's J"" Heights No 1 E% of 8W% : :: : -uuU 33 SO Salvation Army _ ".11
Sub Division: ; in NEU: ofof o NBH _ ,-_.....--- 623 Unknown _ _._,., 1."
NOTICE \ ..,,28 I 12 Lillie Sander .. ...... 18." Lots 1 a t of Blk 10 Lak. r SI4ofNW1 Ex10.91A
) - --- Kingsley Height No, 1 'it.. ." to toss Manning

the matter Lott&N36ttoftot4of NBH of NEH\ __._____36 6 22 Randolph Glover _ 1.47 Aur. 11, 1909 & Bx 1 A .
Teen. of the estate of Jas- of Blk S3 Livingston Trilby Lots 11 IS of J 'lI.e d..a.ed. A Co. Sub Division ofNEI4 Kingsley Height No. 1 side N of law. A Bx road I ,:!I,1 I. hereby when to all p. '- of NEIL\ 1_.__--2* 6 S3 Emma Hughes _.... t.Ot NBH of NEHA, ,. 86 8 U Alto right of way & Bx Ry )' ,' J\\' 1;
Int.reMlsd Warrlefc ..
and In the above estate Elks ST 88 Livingston Trilby NW% of SW'436" ?- 9 12 .0 Ass Hunter _.--1.___ 19,71E54 right of way _____..__II 1 21 III3dr1.. W.. A., Jone.44.03
\appear at the office of the A Co's Sub Division of Bos/on" 19 side of of r
SBU. -
KJ I Judge at the court house In NBH of NE% ___-..28 6 23 X O. Jenkins .,... S1.16 of BWH of NW!% 1 1 ''II 30 Mrs Leah Bapp __ 1001 NWH on N edge. nf Bedford ..' ". j",,;:.. ",Jlir;
fifth Bradford" county Flo..14a. on Lot.1 4 of BIle 41 Livingston s:11,4: BK'of SW5 a 1 la .0 J. W. Edward __ S4." lak & Run W 110 ft II a
.' t .
mr "/ July 18 It'.at 10:00 Truby A Co's SubDivision BSEyY. of N 4. of S t 1.1 20 Mr*. Agnes Simpson __ 1.49 .I N 430 ft W 110 ft to H ." '.
k to"a ih. said day. !Then and of NBU\ of NBU-28! t 12 James E. Franklin .... 11..I of BW14 of *K: ._..1 1 II 10 Ida Rimmoas. __ 6.45 sea lln. thence a 420 ft n

Mminhow.c': UMt-lf why Lots 1 S of Bile 43 Llvlng NEI4 of NEH\ of'NW 4 1 II 10 Ida Ilutlsr ? J-...". .... '.41 to beg .:. .. __ _-_..11 t 12 S Larkin B. Slsson 6.98 3+
t to .0 nnl. **. ego. Wldwtatl atom Truby & Co's Sub t.76 NEH\ of BWH & all NWit ..1 '- n parallel
: i her chlW partin them Division Of NBH\ of NBU2SBlk 6 22 -' Unknown. - of 8EV4 W-of Ry OnlI\orrt/right I of way In
d to laid oft. set apart and 44 Livingston. TrobyA S N SWH of Branch of 8BU! W all of BH Ry of A NW cor of Bft of NVVU_12 t 11 I II. E.) A Shell! O. Moorer t.66C.
hould nhstrbin ccordance with Co's Bub Division of N44 of NP1U liWW $ B aaSI to U.
a. 16.41 SEH of of - -- Drake _____ ".11 il
ordered __ .88SH t 22 -.Ie.. O. Jenkins _ SW\4.H <
and st Starke. )'lot.teee >, NEH.of otLot 3 NEU of! .Elk__41 LlvTngston -- branch . -._--.,,_. B 7 22 II H, L. Boss w.111.17 ,,, 5 of BVVU of' BB 4};&E ofSWy1AaW090ft

Ii the Itonorabl. Truby & Co' Beg 310 ft B of NW oor ofNWl40fNE&runf10 r
leer Judge George A. Sub Division of NBH ofNBH aft of N 820 ft of NEIL\ of
of the Probatebe __ *' 23 Arthur Simmons .- 11.13 E 430 ft N 110 It W BWH, Ex 'W S A lake_ $ t SS 19 Lawrno Developing Y YCa
:sealaof:said Dourly Lo of Lot i o!Blk no ft to beg ._ ,,,6 1.1 3 Mile. Roblnsoa _ ..:; '.Oe
18th N/
ot June U.1. tklq 8 Truby's Addition E14 of 8&:14 -.......-.._ I T II. 10 Oress Mfg. Co. .0.17 B 448 ft of NEH! Of 811\4\ of _ ,' .-., 16.41

U, OE ORGJiI A. OARDINER to Stark In NE Cor Lot 1 Davis Bros. A.Tru.. i BWH-7 A -. _. _...13 1 11 '7 Unknown __- -_ -_. .. B.B7
) of SEH of NWH\ W Of" A. D. Braddock 40.14 bye Sub DI. ,_. -- 6NH ? SS 10 J. V Truby '.71 BH! of 13 1 12 20 Mrs. Jessie-:0.. Ingraham 14.91'
$ I 13w. NW14
Bradford County,F orida.dl By ? ---- --2 of NH of _._ t 33 46 W. IL Edward _,.._u_ ..... N% of NW4of815CEiD a
'7.1T.CE Lot 2 of Elk a Temples Addition !- ,.i Lot 14 or NWH of 8BH\ of 6 A A Ex :10 A lak. __....-18 22 4 D. O. St.wart....., -- .... B'
to Btarke In NBH '4, NBH - __. __.._ 7 T 13 10 Oscar Osterman _'_ 8.1. All NTS'4 of BBU H of Ry I

01' FIJI AL DICRAROEnile. ofNWK&part of ""ogr ?, .- NEH\ of SWHrt.ui...,.,_ tNWH 1 II 40 R. A. Kennedy __ 11.13 -19A&Ry4 of NWH of

, s hereby-- NBH k W of Ry A,_NB_..._.. I' 12 Mr*. Celia Carter _ 20.25 of 8BU __. .. 9 7 II 40 Emily F. Lyon -_.. 11.31 BBH Bx Wf, A-14 A -_11 t 2> 24 J. Edw. Larsen __ 101....
after .1..11 that sixty of of NW14 ." Nor NBH of NWH A Nt,4, NEIL\ of NRH aiinNE
Und day date of hereof on o-wltl I Lots 4 7 of BIle 7 Temples of BWH\ of NKH i IIW" eor of BBiJ of NBH ._14 1 23 43 11'. R W.tmr'.12'.44' a 7
I Irnl" July "'V I the unlePblnaD1'lnlltr.tor Addition to Starke In of IIWt4 of NIC'.4 1/J/ T II I' 3. W. Edwards ___ n.O N",", I t3 110 0.11'., W.ckerm.o'11'.I' ,
II P ? the) estate NEH of NWH A tart of SE'4 of NWH of NB'ZEH "ZZ..IO 1 II 10 Mr*. Agnes Simpson 1.81 HW of NEB\ NEya\
I t BT ,-, t.. deceased account WHof NEW NW14-9 B. W. Hays .. I." of of iNWH lot 1 'I sa 30 Sidney F. Orlffl .-..,u_ 10.0' 8 rrrrrzl? 13ta 10, n. V. Waekerman __ It.1 ,
22 -o7 NBH" r
tbl HonoraSf fa ?nd fInal) NB cor of SEH: of \ $ Hi\f; II NEl44 114 t 10 O, F. Wackerman __ ".11 lr
', Judgeaof Bradford Lots 13341 6 I1214of 'A ..__ .11 T U 130 Mr*. D. B. Dee -, 20.14 Lot 1 8 or NBU A RHof .
d&. County Blk 11 Temples Addition swu of"NBBKH r. U T II 40 Mrs. K. B. Dee. 19.1$ NWU & Lot 4 of BBH _11 S S3 340 O. r. Wackermanr__. 97.14
dl"br".k for his approvalta't to ** Off : Of Sw3j *------__ 1 II 40 In.* Ivey Pollard NW'A, of NKH & NWU 22 i SS 200 0. F. Waekerman _.---.' 73.74 it
'. a* such admlnlnd .. NW'4 part"of WVi NBU of BWV4. II NWW. ofK U..8 NBl7of NBVf of NEH mta4 I S3 10 Mr*. Jessie I. Ingraham. T."
NJ4: W of Ry & NB cor .'....1.of _ t A B of Clay road in BE
14 11 1 U 10 3.
day of May 1431.T17 SE':H of Bee ____28 6 12 Unknown - BEH of NB<4 __--1/ 7 II 40 Curtis TI. Pollard D.... _.__._-,,.._ $$7.61 Cor of SHU\ of 8BU _..14 1 32aa B Lawrence Developing

it- R. .t DAVIS. Lot 1111 of 11 T.m- BH of BBH. n 7 II SO Ian Ivey Pollard Co. _ r ______
AdmfglstratorNt9TER't pl*. Addltlon.tjB ark. In l1.n NE14 01 NW14 __..,.14 a 40 Lawrence Developing
"NWU'A part of BW% of NWS4W&! W II Ao'8E'.4
NEJ4 of Co. 24.IS
: \ & NW\4 - - -
SALHBpeelal All N14 oC t Nof W Of
oreifEBWNW-HSS; 8 23 -E..2TD. Ud40a _ 11." of BVVU tW WNBU 6 4 l REy 4 E4K of 1

er h;b tr, :: C of I.t Lot. 11 14 of BIle IS Tm- . 01A1I.8H % 11 T U 120 B. O. Dyal __. 6L3J Ain'NE lakey4& eTrT oT" 40 Ruby A. Hayes ___... ".76
that Cert inufinal lea Addition to Stark. in of WW\ of t4W54 & *(!
..n of "" de 14 of NW54 & tart of of tW\" S .f 0; HCor Lak __ -.,-, ..-...., -III' 13NWU : 8 Lawrence ..... !
the Circuit Coma b7 the NEI NEH vf ....... tlJt NI6). 3 .* Co. . . 6,87
"It''rd ..aa
In .n" for 'J\cor: 11 8. n. k NEU YWy4 ofIW14 : f
or Connty' florid. on the 1th of SEH of N 14 of 0 BWU E..U B 330 :wa.r Mitchell _,_ .,..11.71
"" 1111. .. S of Bile It Tern _ U 'U 10 Boland John II." BBUof. SW14 O'NW-W. vY,
\IV': M la Lot 1 3 .""":"- 1 A to
Church Ex
fend CO ::-i-n.B" f\qUld.t...rf r p1.a Addition to Starke In Com 7* yds W of BH eor ef AtoUcOoUO&Ea1A A H4
II, ... a of NW & of Bee 19 A nn W t. yds rf
o&wf NEJ4 fart to ''
D Nm 4 W 0 6 ,.... 78 Sall 39. y4.5.a yiIi1N EcLeod _ .1 I I. 7 I...... Mltenell _ tit
and ,
a.aJn.t40.f.n4& E. K !)ayf. ....,...-.. 7" $Ih.9NW14-. .. .
i a :-n ,,:' '.wt,i1t..v/ILee I u6 N""iaoy 04 ,g14I, (y' -d--(1W4--"t.$, ., u Mt'a Cant aries .0' b .f bel.!,'"!"'A,-lOt-.n 5fi9'wr11A >"sa1.. Iaaleltratt/k _ 4)11r li A ea .//de oC Lot .11 U Ie Bsmuel Donley M __ ....., t tall

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: } Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Telegraph. Just another application rises from a mistaken point of [ " .

1 From Other PensThe I of the mall county"' idea of view," it'elares. "The public I t"

1877 distribution of gas tax.-Delray schools are not run to supply Jobs f .'. .
Beach News. The "small county"I for those who need them. The 1

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class most useful member of the Idea on gas tax division for roads is I committees are not under obligation -: t

Wainwright baaed on. the same principle as to employ anyone or to relieve fI'
legislature Representative! -
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. I'
state rather situation. The i
of Bradford, who didn't Introduce funds for education the unemployment
c a bill.-Apopka Chief. than a county, problem. sole and only purpose for which

S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher -0- --- they are elected, and money la f e ,1 ,

ii iiIt' J. C. Robinson _____________________ Managing: Editor Bradford county schools will Leslie George, In his column In given them to spend, Is to providethe :a
1 r open July 8. Must be going to havean the Taylor County News, stated children with the best possible -
a 'f that the brands of lip- education. The question of mar-
t .. ; SUBSCRIPTION>> RATE il-month term in Bradford.- Improved
Leesburg Commercial.o stick allows one to kiss a girl without rled or unmarried teachers should

J I a Yearly" $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance -- getting a carbon copy-Starke I not exist at all.
1, f r Advertising Rates on Application Catts cannot stay out of the Telegraph. But who cares about Theer Is no room for argumenthere.
1 aews. Bradford County Tele- the carbon copy? Most of us are The matter: Is stated clearly;

graph. The courts either.-Fa- willing to take carbon copies If we and it is the same in Florida as in

d% Drive over the new road to Palatka latka Times-Herald. can't get original-Roy Cbllds In Connecticut, although., the schoolmanagement "

---o--- Levy County Journal. All right, may be somewhat different
I Roy, you take the copies and we in detail. "The only prob-
A classified 'ad In Starke Tele-
Umatilla has a garage selling: ice as a sideline graph says "No roomers wanted. I will take the originals.Perry lem," declares the Courant "is to o

I o Blessed be quietude." Must nave I News. get the best teacher and then she (, x
0- should be helped to teach efficiently r
had a dlsquetlng experience.-Macclenny -
1 Sun backs are almost attractive: as green backs.o Press.Tallahassee. With electric clocks getting common and urged to stay on the Job

J F-' y--o-- there's, only the problem of Just as long as it la for the goodof

resembles a deserted getting the cat.out nights.-Starke the school that she should." The
.'r' t Enjoying the task you have to do makes it lighter. village,-Bradford County Telegraph Telegraph ,And the cats are daily point emphasized Is that a school h "

-0 Tell it to editor Felkel, of becoming less common In modern teacher Is engaged to teach the ._..._ _A.4."W,_-__e _

the St. Augustine Record.-Apop- homes so that problem too is getting children, in the manner and accord.j
Times have changed-midnight oil and gas can be burned -. ka Chief. nearer solution day. But ing to the prescribed course. In the Franklin p i
every Boston, recently were treated to a gab-fest iucb
t' as they had I'
at the time the clocks had to be almosta order to accomplish this the teacher never
same --o--- come
4, ; $ before. It seem that "Happy, the hippo, made some slurring
The Telegraph celebrates Its 04th necessity,,with "Ma" and "Pa" muat have the ability and ether about "Tony: ," the elephant, and: here they are Men arguing the
o qualifications-health and strengthand
birthday this week.-Starke Tele following brother and sister In their

t Perhaps if the representatives ,would shed their coats graph. Pretty good for birthdays. late to bed .habits which made ambition and faithfulness. SKILLET BISCUIT BfNK! S'lltt'EnE1Tr
' : winding the clock a real task.- Teachers devoting themselves to
they could get down work. How many golden weddings
to the work of There are two kinds of
,Bronson Journal. Eronson Jour mL Instructing youth are cnmp Report of the condition I
&) necessarily prepared and capable. cooking- thai which one enjoys Bank of Starke. nt Mark, a I
-o---- -0- simply because one Is ravenous state of Florida, at I the h 11
f Those in
; authority above the teach'' cluMo
I .y ;' '1 Perhaps Hoover expected the college grad to pull prosperity In a recent exchange we noticeda It has been some time since we era are charged with determiningthe flora the fresh air and exercise, ness, June 30th, Jim.' i|
picture of Congressman Lex and the and that which wins favorite favoron Loans dleoountn e
were down Bradford way and
from .
around the
fitness of those instructors
corner. Green which did not do him Justice. that section. engaged as Its o\\'n merit and would be Just Overdrafts ., '181!'
new highways through
; but there can never be delectable served In United States. Bonds I
r.s the home.
o They forgot to put on his favorite are certainly fine After leaving. County and tsBondi /'
made rule to Municipal
properly a prejudiceor In the latter class undoubtedly .
smile.-Bronson Journal. .
f rl June husbands are beginning to wonder now just how Starke for Kingsley Lake, the sum- favor married or single, men or falls skillet biscuit, which is soGirl Securities -deposited with Tn
--o---- -
long a can is supposed to last. Most community is mer home of Congressman Green, women applying for positions as state holders treasurer for Stock
opener every plan- we came to a place on the highway teachers.As reserve fund H t9
ning for a full fourth.-Starke Banking House, Furnl.
o where a new bridge was being put ture and Fixtures __.
Telegraph. From what we have the Hartford newspaper declared Other ty
In and with the customary sign, estate owned i
. ; The "xx" placed after bills passed at the second extra learned many citizens observed the "Detour." Preston Croft, who was the school authorities are Olaim Cash on and hand other and lennurcen. 6n

; session does not mean they only cost twenty bucks. day that way too.Tallahasseestate. driving the benzine wagon, stopped not expected to study labor condi- from banks due 5 tiff;
Ii tions, Tax .
I unemployment or political Certificates
; and reading the sign aloud, -said, policies when Cash Items In process of Ii-
o --o- "Thank God, we are.home again." making appoint clearing/ ::: 10
We move, second the motion and ments The teacher who is readyto Profits. and Loss. _
News. e
State editors +Perry 11
are wondering just what are the duties of .
fi carry it unanimously that Congresspin .-.......oWe ,- undertake educational work with Total ___ ..initil
the "circulator" on the staff of the Bronson Journal. a medal on Rep. Wainwright of hereby announce our can- I the school system should qualify as Llnl Onh.>lllll<-, I

j o Bradford county, for not Introduc- didacy for mayor, city clerk ,and to character, general knowledge of Capital Surplus Stock fund _paid_ In _..| IStJ

Tampa firm advertises for alligator skins and old,cars. ing a single bill in the latelamented councilmen of the city of >Perry the subjects which are to be Undivided profltSStockholder 21,1 1,1.0 j:|
taught, and whatever other detailsare
session of our legislature.Umatilla .- Statutory LIability
to which will
Buyers of old automobiles are usually the ones to get skinned. Tribune. subject call at some an convenient time.we If Inquired into must be satisfactorily ( Deposits- _Reserve_ ___fund, .-. Ml>ll,(i"',<

answered.The .
-- -- elected we expect to receive the
Total ____ .
---- 1171)1
Manufacturers of low-slung cars will have to build them Clermont Press digs down in combined salary of all the officers stateany statewantsgood State of Florida-County----- oft
musty volumes and discovers thata teachers; able teachers, and ford, SS:
and to conduct business
higher to enable the owner to drive through the mounting tax gold digger la merely a flapper promise of the city In a way the by which- their strictly personal status should S named I, R. Davis do solemnly cashier of ever tit t''

4, stream. who has lost her amateur standing, we can make the most money for not enter into the discussion. In the above statement Is true to
-Starke an which finds best of my Knowledge and band
o Telegraph. It la evident ourselves. Being the only candi- emergency many i that It Is In rettpnnn toot
that Lochner {'knows his flappers. date in this election we do not givea people in all walks of life without notice to report by the compi
I Daytona Beach Republican says Florida is "overripe fora Macclenny Press. employment there are many places of the state of Florida. .
whoop you vote for us
R. J
--I Davis, Cull
change" and that the state will elect a Republican governor -o-- or not. for we shall vote and one where inexperienced workers may love to make "skillet bis I CORRECT-ATTP.8TB :

next year. Avery Powell suggests the swallow vote will mean election-Leslie: temporarily serve In unfamiliar po cuits" with a self-rising flour when A., 8 tt. MATTHEWS DAUBY
as the bird for our national George In Perry News. I sitions. Such a contingency must out camping. It's fun to "flop" I JOHN UOLOW
o emblem. American are notoriousfor not be allowed to affect those In them It's also fun to make them DlrfCtorSubscrlh..d -
Madison Enterprise-Recorder wants to know who is swallowing most anything. charge of education. Eminently with a prepared flour which Is so and sworn to bl
Next spring we hope to see much me this 16th day of July, '"''INUrFuJ
Jt North Florida's prettiest girl? Entirely too many in this section Bradford County Telegraph.. And a activity about the loading shed In unwise would be the assignment of Badly handled out of doors. B /i
lot of 'em Incompetents to instruct
are mighty thirsty just the youthof
: In to select only one. Macclenny when. the strawberrycrop 1 the quickly made thnt the most Impa-
-Apopka Chief country-merely because
4t will be shlp'pe'd or bought lo tient appetite con wait upon It and
r -at' -0-- cally. Heretofore the majority of unqualified applicants were without so simple that even the amateur
TheStarke Telegraph celebrated Joba and anxious to be emply. camp cook can achieve
the from
Y+, The new installment method of telegrams, enables wifie its Mth birthday last week. J. C has berry'been crop hauled to Baker the county ed. Another point In Its favor Is the GAIEHTHEATRE

to continue the serial instructions she Robinson the Lawtey fewness of the Ingredients and
started to give hubbyas editor, never Impressed market, where always commanded -- utensils

she left for her summer vacation. us as being that old. But a good This __ required.
price. season we Here's nil need three
you :
maybe he hasn't been the editor have sufficient to Li ? cupfuls
0 acreage assure 1 gelfrlxlntf flour (soft wheat
hkl ever since the paper was founded. buyers coming here and establishIng flour thnt has the baking powderand STARKE
Florida may not have but a little over five percent of her Clermont Press. a local market which will be J salt already properly added

acreage in ciltivation, but that is too much, judging from -- of much benefit; to the' growers and blended), three tablespoonfuls WESTERN ELECTRIC
The counties to receive the most and of fat and cn-elghths' of n cupful SOUND EQUIPMENT
ti what the farmer gets for his products. benefit from Florida's racing law M. Nix, agricultural community agent generally.for the of milk. If'' dried evaporatedor

o will be those farthest, from condensed milk Is used in place
where away Seaboard, has been untiring In his SEEKS LOST SON of fresh, dilute according to the Friday and Saturda
Several of our exchanges are still puzzling over how races are held.-Starke efforts to advance the Interests of -- directions on the can until you JULY 17-18th

w there could be 4,500 more married women than married men Telegraph. Those west Florida representatives this section agriculturally and has Jacksonville, Fla., July, 3,_ 1931. have the equivalent of eeten-
must have had some worked hand In nand with the officers Dear Editor: eighths( cupful of whole milk. "Finn and Hatltf\\

F't in Florida as shown by the census, report. such Idea when they voted for the of the local organization, in I am asking you out of the kindness First mix the fat and flour thoroughly Withllftzle
'r o bill.-Ocala Star handling the many details connected of either by cutting or rub- Flit I
your heart to help a frantic bluff. Then add, the Green, Zasu
-o -- milk and mix
_ ; Cigarette manufacturers decided to benefit themselves Falling in line with other control with Press.this line. of work.-Mac- mother to find her missing boy. quickly. Roll or cut, or If that la,

7 by raising the price of cigarettes, and this with a proposed measures, St. Petersburg city authorities clenny For two years I have been doing not convenient, simply drop by the -
!) O everything I could to find him and spoonful on a hot, greased skillet;,
,?k state tax will make the pills\ rather expensive. must have notified cops they We offer the wooden nutcracker the only hope I have left is that the When, brown on one side Hop the Monday and
practice girth control If they to Representative of blicuits and brown the, JULY 20-21
L Finlayson, newspapers will on other.
Icel. 0 help me as they '
to continue on the Job.- They must cook
Dixie county for introducing' the have, : quickly; This
Men are being told in ads they may "stay kissable" if Starke Telegraph. Pacing their following gem, now known as house My helped boy does others not know In such where cases. recipe will make 24 biscuits, so let "RIGHT TO LOVl

they smoke a certain brand of cigarettes. On the other hand beats ought to take care of that.- Bill No. 64XX: "To prohibit per- find me as we were separated and to how your appetites. batches lie your Judge as to FeaturingRuth
Moore Haven Democrat. many ;you're coins to
sal if they prefer to "remain unkissable," a pipe is recommended. sons from being members of hunt- I have married since then. I am need!

Eta hear a Ing parties for more than 24 hours sure he is somewhere In Florida or Self-rising flour Is the Men flour Chatterton
o They rumors of hilarity, and at any one time in counties be- for
1 or Alabama.His purposes. -Time 1 Is foe
l Bradford's senator had the right idea in putting legisla- call it TallaHOOCHee., tween 4230 and 4240 population." name Is Frank Durrence. saved because the baking powder AU5UJSION-15c and P. Iti |

tive sessions ten years apart in a bill he introduced. It should They talk about pretty, girl No one man has contributed such astupendous He is 20 years old. and salt are already added In SHOWS-7:30 &: 9:00:
stenographers and
call It QALahassee. proper proportions ot the mill.
effort to solve the finance I
!i be re-introduced with the learned too late that he had<
period of time changed to twenty and taxation ------- .
problems of the been in Jacksonville - ---- ---
looking for
They read of me
revenue producing
years. state.-Moore Haven Democrat.Dixie' but he
gave and
up went
measures and call It TAXahaasee, away i Is
brilliant lawmaker closed Now
maybe he Is
o looking for
They think about the tax on me
When the legislature finds out how many state officials motor fuel and call It TallaOASsee. his county hunters: other lawmakers in your city and will see a little
then closed the balance of
you put it in the
have relatives on the payroll, an effort should then be made .-Ocala. Morning.-.-- Banner the state to hunters from closed Please, Mr. Editor, think ATTEND OUR JUBILEE
---- ---
to find out how many state officials are having to support Palatka News wants to limit counties." Dixie county citizens your own mother would feel If you
then had the
xY; relatives on what they are making. candidates for public offices to bill closing Dixie governor, and House to veto Bill the were grant me lost from her, and please
Just little
u those their who taxes can before prove they have paid 64XX Is Dtxle'a latest effort to paper and God will reward space in you.your CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OFt

'' Figures may not lie, but not many have forgotten the Starke Telegraph. Why announcing.Joe so hard her eat the own.other,, fellow's' pie and keep Sincerely yours

charts sent out at the 1929 session showing the tax relief to on the poor candidates T With the Q Mrs. J. A. Pritchard FRIGIDAIRE ACHIEVEMENT
counties. Only painful memories remained of the promises newspapers and the Democratic Beet Teachers Wanted for Schools South F. D.Jacksonville No. 1, Box 191 Fla.,
committee demanding cash how, ,
t'1' when the courts dissected (Times-Union.)
the acts. can you expect anybody to be able: An eastern ---.---
tells of
o to pay taxes too Bronson Jour- rumors prevalent newspaper In a' section of NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP ANNIVERSARYGIFT

One of the far-fetched arguments advanced by opponents Dal Connecticut to the effect that married EXAMINATIONNotice

n i'' of,f ,the,cigarette tax is that tourists will go to California if Catching----o---a ten-pound black bass school teachers may not be ; TO ALLVISITORS.ea
requested to return to their Important :
Florida levies such tax. Figuring the added distance and the and a speckled perch 1 1-2 poundsat work next fan. The school- regular Is hereby given that ,a
j gasoline tax he will pay through every state, Mr. Tourist will pliers the to same the fish time story with brought a pair of to board of a district In Hartford ship will be conducted for in the scholar Coun

+ { likely eliminate some of his canned goods, throw in a few cartons town by J. I* Simmons and he bad however questionnaires, has explained that the ty Superintendent's office on Au- 0
sent about
of the fish to 1L Bradford were forgetting gust 11, beginning at 9 o'clock a.m.
cigarettes and continue coming to Florida. prove other Information and not for county scholarship Interesting demonstrations.
In the
County Telegraph., Well guess we Uni-
primarily designed: to find
o will have to let him out whoamong versity of Florida. To be eligible l 10
with it
: get by of only
t The Folkston (Ga.) Herald recently celebrated its thirty- as our He-detector has not arrived. were married those on the teaching staff for. this scholarship one must be a Spedal terms

third anniversary, its editor telling of recent installations of ;.-PalaUa Times-Herald. Just I something like or this single.heard There in various was- accredited graduate of by a the senior State high school I( '-r-' down! And a special: JubU+
;walUng to see what Lake Board of
,a and Linotype in review of the history county sections of the country during EducaUon .
power press a a paper's : editors have to say. last winter I and a resident of the l bi tf toallwhopurchaseno
: ,
It was interesting reading to this editor for the I argument having been county or district from which he t '" l
reason ----- o started air to the'propriety of Is ela?,fern' <*""
employing be
applying. our guest
'. Watermelan I. Applicant must also Arrange
that some twenty-five he perched himself high patches draw like a married
r years ago on a women ai schoolteachers furnish character and health wit Nth

stool in that office to learn the mysteries of a'type case and Telegraph.magnet on. dark In fact nights.watermelons-Starke when'. their husbands were I''icates. No award will be made certlfI to- Ing this'anniversary C'feoto
employed --ajurthls with millions [
the mechanical art of i inking type forms a Washington seem much anyone who falls below an average
K on more popular that way of people Idle. The
+ rumor in this of 70 per cent.
i hand press without getting an equal amount of ink on his face than when it comes to getting returns state were .vtdenUy unfounded, or amined on the Applicants following are ex- FRIGIDAIREGUARANTEED I I E
for high
and hands. With advancement,to senior printer's devil at 75 northern those market shipped.was an Wish anxious the dismissed.'. Nothing without of.a great nature consideration. school subjects: English Composi :
to tion
cents weekly came the task of distributing type while the for the luscious melons as the boys the discharge\ of married suggest American and Literature Rhetoric, English and YEARS

printer played ball on a nearby vacant lot, the devil not being and others are to take 'em from teachers baa been credited Florida tory American History, General and His the FOR 3

allowed to join until the type was out of the forms. This rule leave the fields.-Bronson without Journal.asking anybody's and probably will never' be Constitution of the United States

1 i resulted in fast distribution of type, the usual procedure being o brought The Hartford forward Courant.seriously.taking up scholarships and First Year are worth Algebra.$200., These Smith's Service StationStarke

two lines of type through a crack in the floor and one in the The counties to receive the moat the talk about married and single A. J. GrUTls.

case. Those benefit from Florida': racing law school teachers puts the case blunt- County Supt.
were great days. Bradford County.
will be those
away from ly and without hesitation. "All 7-lT-2t. Florida



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