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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 24, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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EXTRA: SESSION UNLESS 6TARKB GROVE-, MEETS TUESDAY ,School Leaders .: .Issues Agahlat'Warning''Misuse :School, Money EXPRESS NINE )


There' will" be a meeting of : l Or Deader Tags .

HOUSE PASSES REVENUE 'BILLS Starke" Grove No. 278 Tuesday eve 'Seek Relief ForSttScha..s t Be Available SHUTOU1BY .

: sing, July 28 In the W. O. W. ban. .f iAn'8ga. Department Win Be

All member are urged to be Strict About Abuse of
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present as there will be special Privilege Jane 1MoLIn STAN 1 10Kedgravea
21The 1931 ford county under this bill would business to come up. and a class to Before ,
July
,
jiassee, stare a third have been thrown with St. Johns Initiate on that date. Automobile dealers to Floridaare .

legislature county Amy Moore Pub. Chm. : -
session squarely In being cautioned( by Walter 8.McLtoe
aordloary Perfect Throw to Plate
Superintendents Hold Meeting la acting: motor vehicle commissioner Says Cars Most Have Tag "

. face Doyle E. Carlton, In an !new Practically all of Monday morn- Panama City Improvementsmade TaU laaaaee Monday, With that use of dealer's tags Before First of Year In Ninth Save Game
't. Ing had been spent In the consideration -
this afternoon de- to Brewer's Drug Store 'Stat Officials for any purpose other than to "
late of the judicial recjteulting: Speed Harvey and Young Lucas a,
building.the demonstrate cars will be frowned
unless the legislature -: County school will not have to
eel that mea ur which was sponsored by : The hooked up in a brilliant pitcher
bill
department.
bUL *0d upon by ,
< wait until for funds to
acts t an appropriation of Alachua School officials .who 'gathered February battle here last Thursday afternoon
Representative,Black .f
:Mr. McLln advises In a
state until license funds practice
bill, a the tag
troves additional revenue be collected from the sale of 1932
and of other legislators to Tallahassee Monday night at the big 'veteran right hander or
a large group letter Just mailed to all dealers In
session will beAether become available. Mr. Mathews motor vehicle licenses Walter S.McLln .
d I extraordinary .. Aa finally approved, by a said that, "no provision had been the call. of PresldenrMasaey of the, the state, is to violation of thelaw. the local club receiving errorless ...e,
he e&aordlnary 60 to 22 vote, the house recom- state association of county school, and if continued will bring acting motor vehicle commissioner I support and the Express team of
,
third made for the schools for the said
period In
Tuesday a report
the k
members to confer Jacksonville shutout
mended to the senate that the circuits board with the about City League was
would be called immedl- between now and January 1, prosecutions. sent out from Tallahassee.The .
one, of the state be made as finance and taxation'' c0mnVlp4 10.
up ; Dealers' have been reduced
time before the and "in times like these, I fear It tag of the 5i
majority portion tag
11 or some follows: First Eacambia Santa of the house and satiate, fallexl to Both Harvey and Lucas allowed
each to $5,
to $13.50 .
is serious mistake for the legislature prleafrom
bill a
pass- will be collected and turned
appropriation money
ergency Rosa, Okaloosa and Walton counties hold such a conference, accordingto but It 1 Is necessary for dealers to four hits, the former striking out 1
bill to the road department
first extraordinary give i Into the treasury before January, w"a
at the ; Second Gadsden. LeonWakuUa the Tallahassee DaIlyDemocrat.School three. Each additional 14 and the latter six. Two errors
buy aa as
first extraordinary approximately $1,000,000 more many Mr. McLto said. All doubt as to
at the board members did and wild
tied meet sacrifice
a
Franklin Jefferson and Liberty as 'pitch enabled -
above the first three
than the road department anticipated tag ,
on Mr. McLln'a of not
Inoperative plan extendingthe
Uon becomes "La of their at the Flor the locals to the f
; Third, Madison, Taylor a group: own will also sell for $5 each. score only
Member; 1, the chief executive fayette Suwannee Hamilton, DiXIe or expected, especially when Idan Hotel, however 'Abused time for paying automobile licenses run of the game to U sjxjth.; Ponder . '
this Is taken from schools Privilege ,
money beyond the.dead line fixed
| not say.me Duval Senate and housd members declined fumbled "fy grounder
and Columbia Fourth
; "I to that the use of
two-cent additional gasoline and they will be left high and dry regret say by law was.thus removed.Mr. '
St. Johns and Fifth Maribn, to attendptb'e hotel ,meeting Dougl.sacrlfldd' him to second
day i
; dealers' tags pas been very badly
remainder of the
of for the year. McLlh; however wished to
with the passage : ,
t, coupled Citrus, Hernando and Sumter; Sixth although the finance and: tax abused In the past." :Mr, McLln a wild pitch advanced him to third
refusing accept
bill willplnate Immediately after school officials to various
biennial appropriation ation .. of both houses reassure and he tallied when Winters' hard
I Pasco and Plnellas; Seventh, the committees .states "and with this reduction In
another the Mathews' measure,
for parts of the state who have been
all necessity Volusla and Lake Eighth, did extend an Invitation to President roller eased past Hodges.:..
Flagler, ; thumbs price I am afraid that.there will
house also turned down bya what would do for
the wondering they
session
governor
[rwrdlnary Gilchrist Levy Alachua and Putnam Massey's grout to meet with. The visitors almost tied the score'ID u'
bill be some who are Inclined ,to abuseit
85: 33 division vote, on a to their schools
the until
hopet operate
be expressed Jo money '
I
and the at the the ninth but throw
4 ; Ninth, Bay Holmes and legislators capltoL than ,' a great by
Home which worse.. ever
the house of representatives Washington; Tenth, Polk; Eleventh proposed by Rep. The school officials went,to Tallahassee Mr. McLto said his departmentwould next February when they said, .. Redgrave from center field cut
the etat.1board
have '
theo would permitted
with approval on they would get their first apprecl,
uld look' to ask the forsome Quntt down
Dade Broward and Monroe; of education to borrow $1-I legislature hereafter be' strict In the at.the plat with yard- F
tax able allottment of
cent;'additional gasoline i Twelfth. Glades. Hendry Lee Collier ,relief in opening the next matter of dealers' tags. Dealers tag money. ag to spare. Guntl had. '.led!! off
thla af- 000,000 from the state road department Is In
the senate Money already coming.
.
passed by Charlotte ThIrteenth.Hl1laborou&b term of schools:claiming that since with a double. Hodges beat out a
and
; their
to of the "emergescy" should; be In the car, or have
care
the the take from this source :Mr. McLto
Earlier to day !, pointed
baa the hit third '
noon. the taken to- :
Fourteenth Jackson legislature away sending Guntl to third.
and
; It salesman In' It at all times, .
Mr. Home expressed
for a as out. In addition to the, $159-
bill providing
killed a :
jit gasoline money andT;given it to Hodges stole second. Ponder flied t
Calhoun and Gulf Fifteenth,
; In for his measure.' tags should never be loaned to any
speaking 000 turned Into the dur
tax. treasury
additional '
cent roads there will be funds from to deep center
e Palm Beach; SiXteenth :Manatee YO' r. no one at any time. Enforcement officers but Guntl was
will not come In from ing the first eight days of July,
Revenues property tax to suffl- and Sarasota; Seventeenth Orange A cut In the\ tax on pool tables In the tag money substituted for the will receive orders this week, Mr. McLto said Tuesday that he caught at the plate trying score ?,
general tax with which to finance the after the catch. Fowler fanned
and Osceola; Eighteenth, Baker, gas Mr. McLln said to confiscate all .
the smaller towns was obtained by had turned additional
over sum
amount to meet the requlre- an
t
schools until about February. to end the Inning. ;
Bradford Nassau and Union; Senator A. W. Young, Vero Beach, dealers tags that are being used Illegally of $27,000 collection
tI of the state government Okeechobee Schools will begin opening' in September representing Guntl! made a circus catch of e"',
Nineteenth St. Lucle for a tax sending them back to the .
Carlton said. "Comptrol- hla amendment provided of hla department during the second '
ernor .
Indian River and :Martin; Twentieth 'h department here, and they will not 1'tedgraves'long foul to the sixth.
state of $20 to $50 on a graduated , eight ,
portable
estimates that each; days.Legion
Amos :Many county superintendents, Park Winters' his
first
:
Seminole and Brevard; and scale whereas the' be returned. For the second offense -C playtof
which brought In $500,000 Twenty-first, Hardee DeSoto and population measure provided a who also have a state-wide organ- officers'will be Instructed to game at third this year played a'Jam F
I year, will only bring In $400 original ization did not of the 'and
approve planto arrest offenders up game walked off with,,
Highlands.The
this year and It Is simple straight tax of $35 a table.A appear before:: the legislative I 1 C Holds FishFiyAtKingsley' the hitting honors of the day, getting ;r

imatlcs to figure out that It amusement tax measure commutes, according to the news 2 hits to 4 thrips to the plat. ;

d require a levy,of one.fourth for proposal to levy an additional story published by the Democrat, WOMAN'S CLUB EXPRESSES )Hi* fast roller In the ninth was
mlllage! to bring In the same came up as. the house cqnvened: 1 cent per gallon tax upon gasoline APPRECIATION
It session. The expressing fear that the present really a hit but .the scorer gave k.
Monday afternoon the discard !
aunt for next year as the state was slapped into
session might, In an attempt at Hodge an error.
the floor
...... last year. from measure the aa'finance/It 4 came' and tf 'taxation by the house Tuesday morning, hastily remedying; the situation, We. the members of the Wom- Express: AB R H 0 A mOuntl. nT
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Cub Requirements Reduced would have levied a 5 cent and before the smoke had cleared take from the schools some of the an's Club; have been apprised of If 4 0, 1 1 0 0

The cash requirements of the measure tax admissions of 29 cents or from the scene the legislators had advantages they see to legislation the fact that the late. Mr. J:,W On the occasion of their regular Hodges a* 8 0 1 1 5 J. e'
on
have been'reduced to some leas 10 cent tax for admissionsover authorized sending to the senate of already passed. They claim that Alvarez as a part. of his will bequeathed monthly meeting, the local Legion Ponder, 3b 3 0 0 2 1 1' '

teIII by some of the bills passed," ; a and the 10 measures which would abolish the it Is better to leave the situation to the Woman' Club the Post enjoyed a fish fry at Cascade Fowler rf 4 0 O. 0: 0 0 '
25 cents to $1 per
. a governor replied to answering cent. tax over.8L Tiro provisions State Plant Board and" the State, alone, and..polBl?'ts>-.the.,increased um of $00000./ A* a mark of 'appreciation Plunge. Kln&sley'Lak. Wednesday Jones,'cf 0"b"40. 0 t

!iloni, but he pointed out also the bill would affect all amusements Auditing Department. Action on appropriation that will enable aU and esteem and respect afternoon and night, about sixty, Prince Ib 8 0 1 12 0 0 ,,
nrames from several of the of theatres, public the three bills comprised the major schools to op.rate eight months., for' such a kindly act, we believe members attending. Following/ the Hallc:" 3'b'0'7'' '! ,5 0 r'

aim would not begin to come bathing. Including beaches and public dance portion of the house work'for Tuesday >It,waa. stated by the Democratthat that a permanent object of usefulness supper, a business meeting was Carlton,'2b, a 0 0 1 1 0

.\Unit next year: balls Revenue from the bill as finally the rest of the time the one county superintendent and beauty should.be erectedor held and officers elected as followsfo Lucas, p 8 0 0 0 1 0

''lbf tate! spends no money ex- adopted, was estimated at between most part being spent, In debating whole In close touch with school purchased and a proper Inscription rthe year beginning October let: TotalsStarke 29 0 4 24 13 2
pt those fund appropriated controversial matters many of problems throughout the state, should be carved thereon "In L. D. Vlnlng Post Commander.Bob ala

n legislative and to the manner $300,000 and $700.000 a year. them not of state-wide, significance. says that many counties are In' a memory of Jj W_ Alvarez," the Rivers, V-Commander.. AD RHO :A. m

reeled by the legislature," the The house cigarette- tax bill went -. helplesa situation but be did not donor; that a page be set aside in George Anderson 2nd V-Com- Douglas, rf 80 0 0 0 0
vernor said. The gross retail l sales tax bill anda the'minute book the date mander. /
the blame on the state. He name
.In of smoke and off the place Winters, 3b 4 0 2 0 2 0 A
Tb two cent gasoline tax will up a puff measure providing for a kilowatt said there were only about nine of his death and the amount of his Carl Wooten, 3rd V-Commander. Moore If 4"O 0 1.0 0 +

ill meet state needs, and If It is legislative program the final when week the of senate the- hour tax on electric current.went counties In the state to which the) donation written thereon; thata :Mr. Sibley, Chaplain. Rich' Ib 4 0 '0 D 0 0 j
opening
pasted If other revenue down to defeat before the senate tablet Inscribed "In of Newsom Historian.
t or session of school boards could legally borrow memory Ray Parks, o a 0 '0'18 1 0
-wres not will second .extraordinary finance and taxation committee by J. W. Alvarex" be placed the Kirk at Arm
are enacted we late money at the present time. , on Lewis Sergeant Wall 2b a 0 '1 1 a 0Red&raves
forced into still another extra the 1931 Florida legislature unanimous vote of members of the School boards,under the law wall of the club .house; that a A. .J. ''Thomas. Mr. Coleman, L. cf a 0 '
0 ,1 1 0
vote of 22 to
,-fon," he ,declared.The :Monday passed by a committee present at the meeting. can not'borrow more. than 80 per committee be appointed by the Wyman N- D. Walnwrlght; Jr., Ferryman s* a 'i0 0 ,0'' 2 0Harvey
[ senate has passed an appro- 15 a motion to Indefinitely post The vote to turn to an unfavorable cent of anticipated revenue on president place wreath of flow- members of executive board. '
,: 'a 1 l' 1. 1 0
TUon bill pone the measure. Two hours of report on the bills waa 8 to 0. his with the Inscription The next' of the p
cutting approximate- heated a property taxes. -They,.can not leg- ers upon grave meeting post ,Total ao 1 4 21 10 0 l
U.730,000 from the $14,000,000 debate running through ally borrow:any additional money ",W. C." on each and every will be held In Starke at 8:00: p. m. Run batted }
extension of the time Senator In, Winters. Earned ,
k'4ule set up for.,state needs by forty-minute A measure by J. J. Par- until all they have,previously bor. decoration day;, that as a on August 29th.
run, none. Two base hit GunU.
state but for adjournment of the afternoon rlsh. Tltusville' requiring county mark, of for i ,
budget aomwlaajon, rowed baa bee repald he said,, esteem so kindly an Sacrifice hit .
I far the house of representatives session, preceded action' on the motion superintendents.of public Instruction act the club In a body assemble at Douglas. Stolenbases'
Senator' JL 0. Harrison of RlcK, Hall,' Hodges 2,. Winters -:
by FloridaGeorgia'Shipper '
report
taken to make '
quarterly
no action on,either the the June meeting of each, and everyreM' i
further ,consideration Wall Double play, Ponderto ,
Palmetto driving and'dlebUra.ment.of state STATB'ITAttMNBWa:
or' receipts '
senate, appropriations: : ant .) .., 'of. the bill Into the distant: school funds to the state'superintendent >uu.-nH f in silent ,prayer In memory of.our \ Carlton"' to Prince Redgrave to a
future. Senator. Wagg, Palm On Kate'Advance Park*, Left 'on base, Express '4;
Governor Carlton declared'that. of public instruction was friend.-.Mr.-"J1.: W. ,Alvares; that a ,
an appropriation bill was i Beach, chairman of the senate finance passed after brief discussion. The Notice, for ,aD..lnformatloD..re copy of this.article be'.pread upon '. Stark I 4. Hit off Lucas 4, Harvey

this week a third and taxation committee, measure would make failure to garding'. baseball gameaon Sunday. the pages of our minute book. Jacksonville Fla., July 17.- 4, Bases On ball, off Harvey 2, Lucas

ry session Is extraor.1 made a brilliant effort to obtain supply the report within 15 days Phone or write to.. Supt.. J, S. He remembered us while Jiving, Fruit and vegetable 'shippers In 1. Struck out by Harvey 14,

The governorald that he would favorable consideration of the bill after the due date grounds for removal Butch Box 221( Raiford. F1&,. for let each of us remember him after Florida and Georgia are evidently Lucas 6. Wild pitch, Lucas,Winning e

know until Saturday whether I by the senate but his work and or of the county superintendent an engagement and he will give death. thoroughly convinced that ,If the pitcher, Harvey Time 'game) N'

. would be necessary to a call a.. atory failed to carry the administration and provision Is also made that you one any Sunday. We have a Committee-Vonda E. Inman, proposed 15 per cent advance In 150.: 'Umpires'. ,, Epperson and Godwin 1

I Ird extraordinary session and to sponsored measure over the no further distribution of the real good team and you,will haveto chairman; .Verdi Futch Ma freight rates Is allowed the results ,

event such action became nee' top. fund! of the state made to the offending be good to beat hla boys-so Green. will be far-reaching. One expected .

"wy. he did not know whether It county until the report Is come on and try It. i . .- to the extreme southeasternpart REED VICTOROVER
be called to convene Monday Senator W. D. Bell Arcadia obtained forthcoming to event 'of delinquency Well what do you think of that? PARCEL POST PACKET SIZES of the United States Is that Ifhi&b FORSYTH

, some time In August. approval of an amendment el, ..:,.U m Not a ball game for two Sundays, AND WEIGHTS INCREASED rates on the long haul for Gainesville July 21-.
"I would deplore more than any. placing a tax of $100 a year on and such fine weather guess we commodities now coming out Reed flashy welterweight of Jack.

tile necessity for calling a each slot machine operated In A 2-cent additional gasoline tax have every team scared-BO some The post office department last of the distant states make it profitable onvtil.. completely outclassed

J" extraordinary session"' heR Florida. His amendment struck bill'ripped through the senate late of'you good teams come on and try week was given the consent of the ( to produce them In this partof Vasco Forsyth of Starke, her last t

UQ. out the section of the bill taxing Tuesday afternoon to 25 minutes, your hand at It-and I am sure Interstate commerce commission to the country, growers will makea night, to' win every round of their,

do not know whether a third penny arcades with fifteen or more following closely on the heels 6f our boys will be glad to med you Increase the size and weight limits special and determined effort to scheduled ten canto feature and p

"raordlnary session will be nec-! machines such a lung testers, house action to killing: a measure on our local diamond. of parcel poet packages. The decision grow commodities that heretofore gain the unanimous decision of the, 1

That Is a question for the striking machines, &'1'aphophones.phono&1'apha. providing for a 1 cent tax. The Captain L.E. Mosley and family will enable shipment by mallbfpackages have not received much attentionand three Judges. One of the, largest

pslature\ to decide'. be conclud- weighing machines, gasoline tax: measure was entitled returned last',Monday from their up to TO pounds beyond produce products for their crowds totever attend a card hero

I music boxes chewing gum or machines "An'Act for raising revenue to> defray -. ..t The. captain reports: very the.third zone and.lner.... own consumption. Wa present

of similar nature. Establishments the expenses of the state for favorably onihla.trip listed his the size limit to 100 Inches length Another expected result, and a According to the opinion expressed -

The Florida; legislature Thursday .of this sort with more each of the fiscal years 1931 and I family were visiting relatives and and girth combined: The previous natural one, will be a decided Increase by a majority of fans Reed
such machines would have provisions for friends to Georgian maximums 00 and 84 In the number of trucks
v. Its final approval to the Goes than 15 1932, and making i were pounds was Just "too much boxer" for the
bin to permit installment paid a license tax of $100 while In the enforcement of the collection It is vacation tlma,around the Inches. Frederick TUton third assistant hauling produce.. This Increase In Starke battler.: Even though For,

, eat of taxes as the house adopted pay places with less than 15 machines of such taxes." The first section State Farm-and some of the official postmaster general. In the main will probably be among 'syth had a four-pound weight advantage

senate bill: 57 to 26. The bill the tax: was fixed at $5 a machine. of the ,measure provides for the and guards' are getting charge of parcel post estimated receivers olio will send trucks direct he was held at the mercyof

lent to the for his Senator Bell declared that this section levying of the 1-mtll constitutional ready for theirs. Well, everybody revenues would be Increased $5,- to the producing centers with- his Jacksonville opponent at all,

Vmval or veto governor without amend- written many years ago and so state school tax. The second section here win have vacation, by and 000,000 In one' ;year, a* a result of in a radius of BOO or 600 miles from time

t.The. far as he knew there was no such levies a tax of 2 cents on gasoline the decision. their places of business to pick up defensive
Forsyth
arcades: now existing to the. state. to go to the general revenue by.The dally call seems to be these their needs and eliminate railroads of the staged a under fightmost

fund. The additional 2-cent tax, hot days, what's for dinner-reply, AT TIlE GAIETY THEATRE entirely. These trucks will be of way staying:
house defeated 60 to 21, apwiUon An amendment by Senator Anderson. to be In effect! under the terms of watermelon and all you want of It,I the higher priced makes capable of cover to escape the rain of blows)

I P others by, Rep.to Home :Madison, Greensboro, cut from $100to the bill from August 1. :1931: to and all seem to say 0.,K. Friday and Saturday nights of carylng heavy loads at high speeds. Interval tattooed by was Reed.the Starke Only at rare)

1 ton from what excuse the Governor $50: the license tax for dealers August I, 1933 would be In addition The Sunday morning church services this week William Powell In "Manof This I* borne out by the comment able to land blows with fighter effec,

erred to as resolution in arms. Including pistols, rifles to the present 6-cent tax and were conducted by Bro. Proctor the World". Monday and Tuesday made by a prominent receiver in tiveness. any
embarrassment toI
JlPIY\ng\ for and similar equipment. Senator would bring the total gasoline tax assistant chaplain at the farm of next week Nancy Carroll one of the larger cities In Florida Reed
house completely outgeneraledand
I-aumter Information S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg obtained to_the state to 8 cents a gallon. with some good music and singingby to "Stolen Heaven. This Is a when he said: "Let them raise
of
relatives outfought Forsyth., From the
ble employed a 50 per cent reduction on alL strange story of a boy and girl, their rates. I have six!: trucks that )
department tart he led the battle and
t. immediately of the govern- the license tax for automobile battery The house Judicial circuit redistricting The Sunday evening church services clinging to the last straw of existence I can send out after a good portion relented until the final belL It never
use afterward, the and repair shops. bill cutting the number this summer have been well who meet and plan a unique of my good; and cut out lots of was
voted charging
of the Worst
orally against sendtogrS The rate under the amendment of circuits from 28 to 21, met its attended by,visitor You are all pact-a whirlwind short life of I my freight bills. I brought in by one defeats suffered

: ??for ttP.e the to the governor to> ranges from $10 for establishments downfall during the morning session welcome; We always have a good pleasure and then oblivion but a by truck two-thirds of a car of apples |>y the Starke-e-professional.--

Information In towns of less than 7000 to $23 of the senate when the upper Interesting service.- peculiar twist of events change the other day which I sold at HEADQUARTERS COMPANY i

dlatrICUng\ : -;the for business of this' character In branch took up house meaaages. The Florida State Farm Turnpike the fate they bad chosen. $1.75 and made money on them and RETURN!

of the of Judicial cir- cities of 60,000 or more. Senator' Pat WhItaker, Tampa as usual; brings its usual The Gaiety Is now equipped with one of my competitor brought In

of them state to eliminate sev- --'- president of the senate ruled that crowds on Sundays. No wonder Western Electric Sound Pictures a car by freight the same day for Members of Headquarters Company A

da Yfn a came bill before tic senate Turning to the introduction of the measure did not com within they are so well received that they and Is equal of any*sound equipment which be had to ask $2.25 to makea 2nd Battalion,, returned to P

ews. GreenTille.sponsored by Sen. bills the bouse refused by a 45: to the purview of the can of Governor com again. Keep on coming', always In the state. profit. Starke Sunday after spending two

umittee; A judiciary roll call to permit Representative Doyle E. Carlton for the) sec. glad to sea yow A number of large shippers week In Intensive training at
redistrictbin 40 vote, on Mathews to Introduce a extraordinary session, and after "- Dade City W. H. Dimery op- throughout Florida and Georgia Camp Foster near Jacksonville,

s. J Starke Unfavorably, and Senator for which was also several senators argued that Panama City Extensive Improvements ened plumbing and repair business have evidenced Intentions of buyIng with other unit o( Florida National ., $yid

moved committee chaird measure, permit to take 1000. question .had been considered by being mad to ulld lg to building formerly occupied by truck and hauling their own Guard. Movement of the ir

thereby its indefinite postpone- refused yesterday the tate road department the senate a number of times the occupied by J. Johnson, recreational Oak Grocery and Market on 7th produce within point of 1000 mile company and equipment was made:,

Was adopted klWng; is to it. 17.The Brad.JI1oo 000 fr9m for the use of the schools of roll call was taken. parlor. street. miles of their production, center. by train M4 a

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0:,... ?:y 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. dedicated. situated In Bradford county, of Sec 28 A WH{ of NWU .24 8 20 Lawrence w,
;[ Lots 1867911 of Blk ij *,,n.,,
A Jf' t02WAcres
1 f.. -.,. Truby, supt. bet at Southeast quarterof cornerof New River In ml.f!. NEI4Lot 1

:;: :" : 11 a. m. Morning Worship, ser- CLERK'S REPORT West Southeast half quarter ef Northwest& run North .6 A WH of NW.Vl-ofBlk 24 8 20 '- Lawrence "Jilin
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I\\\: mon by the pastor. The Holy Communion Report of th.' Clerk 'of Circuit 140 yards West, 70 yards Also South Com 140 28 New River In ml,{, 1

of the Sacrament of the Court In and Am.< Bradford County, yds.. Ea.t0 ydn to be's cornerof of NK'4 of See 13 & WH

( Thy word U a lamp unto my feet and alight t onto ay nth.-Ptala 119:105.: Lord's Supper will be celebrated.The Florida for the on,ye4r ac..'..(929...' of T "xea%assessed 140 West yds North half of of Northwest Southeast quarter Lot t 11-NWVL of Blk- -80-'_New____.*___..r94 8' 10 LawranCI Wiggins _

j pastor and session a full at- C.'A. Knlrht..t( collector. r.f teethWet feet Southn27 feet In E+y of NEVi of Seo 23 1
All religious teaching-, at this Btarke. e'laq July I, 1931.Cnmmtt 27 35 83 A WVi{ of NWVi __-.24 8 SO Lawrence
iJl1 t.orban f31 tiua. claim tndance of the membership H S3 feet to beg In Section Town- Wlggine
creed,'If they are to have any Prap.rTo South Kana-e 22 East All Blk 81 ex Lots 24818 -.. {
shin 6
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1 I the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be (In harmony with service. bal. due- June 1 _- -_-_82J'JJ 604.69 The assessment o* said property 6 New River In RH ofNEVi
pen collected .__..
amount ,,
t the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and I crevice 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, W. ny To bal. due June 30 ?_______8233.84 under the said certificate Issued was of_Seo 23 A WV4 ofNWY6 24 8 SO

ci the human of whom it was Mid in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN B. Barnes, president.: Topic "Over Five FerfrllireTo in the name of L. C. Uoagn.shall be redeemed Lots 1 1 5 of Blk 81 NewRiver Wiggins Bros. -
certificate '
heartLfIBand said
.18ny Unless II
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bat 294
due June 1 _
Obstacles to Christianity. --
coming - -- In KV4 of NEVi of
BPAKE deed
s ,t amt. collected .. ___ 201.62To according to law, tax
i t' Bradford and Union countlee are Invited to uae this Leader, George Inman. bal. due June SO ._____?___-_2744.61Co will Issue thereon on the 24th day Sera 12 23 of A Blk WK 32 of New NW f4 1'1'I'_..24Lot" 8 10 -f Lawrence
Pastas D. 1931.
8 Evening worship song tr Hond e>.d undue of August A. .
and an- p. m. In EH of NEVitof\ Seo
of church aotlvltcs, organization "Dated this ''18th day of July, A. er '.
y f department news MaintenanceTo WAll of & 34 8 20 '
t freely given and no charge made-the only requirement and sermon. bal. due June 1 __________88S6.S7Ity D. 1881. 13 Blk A 8River *' NW Lot 8 New tawrenceWiggins Wiggins _
x: .
nouncMnenta. Space O. W. ALDERMAN fjIII
at 8 __. 1102.98To
Wednesday amount collected ,
4 r'' this office before Wednesday Prayer meeting of Circuit Court, In KH of NEVi of'WH : .
reach Clerk
being that such Items bal. June 80 ________._...8233,91Cosaty of NW% _24 6 -.I
Sec 23 A
p. m. Bradford County, Florida. Lawrence
Issue. (Sal) Wiggins
cannot be handled for current Bslldlia- SOt
,, morning, otherwise they A cordial invitation to all.. our To bal due June 1 _________. 736.84 7-24-5t'8-31. All Blk 41 ex: Lot 12 New -
-r ki' amount collected __ B0.3X River In EH of NEVi of
were'scattered services extended to all, To Ily bal. due June 80 __-_--____ 686.16 APPLICATION FOR Sea 23 & WH of NWy4_.24 8 SO Bros..
they which
1 "Now Conn School-General OTICI3. OF' All Blk44 ex: Lots 2 I'1 6 .
?f % 'SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON" abroad travelled as far as Phe- METHODIST To bal. duokJune r 1 ______,14.730.80. TAX DEED 6 7 8 New River In EH of a J JI'j
r ; I Antioch Hy amounloollgcted ., _____10t 7.67 NEVi of Seo 23 & WH of
N s I nice, and Cyprus, and To bal due June 80 __-____13722.83 Notice Is hereby given, that R. :J.navl" NW\\4 ._-__________U 6 20 Wiggins Droll
I preaching the word to none but 'Sunday school, 10:00: a. m. .
unto the Jews only." To bal duo June 1 ---_____ 272.00 2Ji.! the 4th day of August, A.. D. 7 8 New River In EH of
Sermon 11:00: a. m.and 8:00: p. ny amount collected- . _ 8500 1924, has filed said certificate. In my NEVi of Sea 23 A W- of .
{, tp i FOR JULY 26, 1931 "And some of them, when they m. A good musical program in ,, To bal. due June '80 ____-___n_ 187.00 office and made application for tax NWy2- -'_ _-_____--___24 8 20 Wiggins Drop
were come to Antioch, spake unto connection with the evening ser- Total Sub'acIoolReg.larTO deed to Issue thereon In accordance 8 4 & Fracl Lota 5 1
I bal. due June 1 .......13,845.29 with I law. t embracesthe 4& all Lots I891011
P Subject: Christianity Spread by the Grecians, preaching the Lord I vice. A really good talk for the Hy amount collected -_______ 989.87 following I describe property sit 12 of BIle 47 New RiverIn

Persecution. Jesus. on married and how to stay To bal due June r________12,876.112 uated In Bradford county, Florida. t EH of NEVI of Sea 23
young 1. Soh-Sehe IlDeadedTn 1 to-wit: & WH of NWU ______24 8 20 Emil Mitchell
k4 n l6 Golden Text: "Be thou faithful "And a great number believed, married. Come on and take your bal due.June 1 ._.-- '799.97 Southeast quarter of Southwest. S 15 A of SWV4 Of NWVi ---24 6 20 IS Lawrence '
q and turned unto the Lord." stand for or against the principle fly amount collected ._______ 624.491 quarter Section 85 Township 6 South NEV4of8Wy4exlAlnNW] \ Wiggins -IcJ I
: unto death and I will give thee a I Persecution probably never destroys To bal. due'-JuneitO' _______7275.48 Manure 22 Kast, 40 acres. Cor for school _________27 8 20 89 Wallace Nedd
,r't of life." 1 Peter 2:10.: involved. A welcome awaits you. AarlmltnralTo 1 i Thea ssevHment of said property NWVi\ of NEVi\ ___.___28 8 20 40 T, B. Edward Ii
fi crown ; any cause founded on truth. bal dud! June 1 ----.____ T38.54 under the said certificate Issued was SEH of 8W34&y84 of SH Ii

a f, Lesson Text: Acts :59 to 84; The scattered Christians became CORINTH Fly amount collected ..__-. 50.88 In the name of Elias Moore. of SEVi - __________28 8 20 80 Eugene Ttrynn
; 11:19-21. I To bal due June 30 __, _____ 686.16 Unless said certificate shall, be redeemed W'4 of SWU _________28KM 8 20 80 1. N. Newell 31
missionaries. They not only preached iVIilonr'n Penxlon Fund according; to law tax deed I of SEH\ ___ .____....=-29E" 8 20 80 I. N. Newell 31,
1 1 t; Time Stephen's death occurred the doctrine, but lived It. This 8:00 To bnl. due, June 1 -_--_-- 738.54 will Issue thereon on the 24th day of NEVI\ & NE% of II
Preaching Saturday : m. ,
about A. D. 36, and the congregation p. ny amount collected ......... 50.38 of AugustA.. D. 1931. BEVi _ ______r____-32 6 20 120 T. M. Stephens
dispersion of the church took the Sunday school I, Sunday,-9:30: a. To bal due June 80 _________ 886.16 Dated this 16th day of July, A. D. SEW- of SEVi __________....__82 8 20 to A. L. Green tl
ri1) at Antioch was organized teachings of Christ to the Gentiles m. Road *. Brlda-e Interest. and Sink. 11131. All WH of SWVi\ SWVi N !1

1 some 7 years later.Introduction .. countries. las Fund O. W. ALDERMAN, of road -________-_:..S3 .8 20 S D. J. o. Green Jr
t of many They preached Preaching Sunday, 11:00: a. m. To bal. due June 1 ______40,131.33 Clerk of Circuit Court, All WH of SWVi of SW% S Ii
1 ti' : Jesus as the Christ, the son of Special music between the Sun- fly amount collected _____ 2.8(13.46( Bradford County, Florida "or road _ __________83 6 211 111 A. L. Green
4 I "In the first eight chapters of God the sacrifice for sins of all : To bal due June 80 ________37.467.87 7-24-St-8-21. NE1,4 of NEy4 ?_____33 8 20 40 Eugene Itrynn It
school hour and the _
day preaching O. W. ALDERMAN!: Clerk. SE" of NEy __ 6 20 40 ,
l Sits' Acts the rapid development ------ Ellaa Wilson
are given
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would him and our Vandlvlere. D. C. -l:
who accept By Blanche A.
hour. ItlnnEIIS! ON E of .
the : IXFOIOHTIOX FOR SWI4 of SWy4 &
ft of persecution against advocate with God. Is he your Sunday afternoon at 3:30: there 1 1O'I'I'E 1IKATI.VU YSTI3.W' ,E% of SWV4 _--------23 II 20 80 Alfred Thomas
new church. When the Holy Spirit Saviour and advocate?* OF APPI.irTIOW! FOR R y of SBVi ___________83 II 20 40 W. R. Hodsre .8.8NWVi
will be old time at the
an sing KM of _
( SEH 83WVt II 20
( came upon the waiting/ disciples 'church. and 'TAX UK:101)' Sealed proposals or bids for boiler, of NE&\ &-NW%i& N54of 80 Robert :Matthews 46
Everybody come help
enemies of the Lord looking labor and changingthe heating system -
s. the SWVi & NWV of SEVi-33 e 20 880 T. M. Stephens
Notice In hereby, (riven, that R. J. In the Bradford County High \ ex 10 A In SW CorN __34 6 20 160 .-ZM-J
ii the scene said the men were WEEKLY 8EKVIONETTE sing.On Eugene Bryan .
upon Friday night there will be 1 a Dnvlx, holder of' Tax (Certificate School Building, located at Starke, SE4; _ _ ______- ?; ____.6 20 180 M. F. A Lawrenrr tlj
i statement will be received until noon,
drunk. They made the No. 270, the 6th day of Aiiuunt. A. Florida
musical concert conducted by Bro. D. 1928 has filed Bald certificate Monday, Annual 17, 1931 at tbe office Wiggins "I
"mocking." Following the healing Christ Prayeth For Ills Own office and made! application fortax of Supterlntendent of Scholia of .' ____.36 41 211 120 Empire Lumber Co III"S
v..o.f..N.ri.
1 of the cripple at the Beautiful John 17:11: 24, 25, 26. And nowI Burton. Everybody Invited' to at- my deed to Issue thereon In accordance Bradford County. ; ..___.. aNWVi 7 20 160 M. F & Lawrence

tend. with law. Jd certificate embraces The proposal should be Inclosed Wiggins _ .
tJ
Gate, Peter and John were arrest- am no more in the world but the following described property In a sealed envelope addressed to the of NWVi .---w___ 8 7 211 40 W. R. Fledge,
'
.t ed. When their hearing came they these are in the world, and I come situated Bradford county, Hoard of Publlo Instruction, Bradford NEW of NEVi J'-_______ 4 7 20 40V.. R. Hedge .

; threatened, commanded .to to thee. Holy Father, keep thru Florida, to-wlt6 County and endorsed "Proposalfor SE14 of NE'4 &:,,N40 of SEVInx .
y there, Lot, 1, 2, S.-X-jJ,4: ?' );Block 4. Lincoln Heating1" to be opened. August Ry right of way ____-g 7 20 118 :John J. Morgan alH
; cease. preaching about Jesus, andglen thine own name those whom thou FIVE MILE City. 8.11.32, Township 8 17 1931. and delivered to the office Lot 1 of BIle 1 In Ward

released. The same enemies Hast given me, that they may be South Kannreu 22 .ta"t. of the Superintendent.The Clty._ u- __4.i__ .____ 8 7 20 Mrs Laura E. Baxter: L.
Mrs. P. I". Dekle, Cor. assessment of Haiti property building and heating system Lot 2 of Blk 1 In Ward
arrested 'and imprisoned all thepostles. one, as we are. 24. Father, I will IIn"c the paid certificate Issued wag no, It now :stands may be Inspected: cIty : ____"_____ 8 7 20 TV. VT. Ward L
They were released only that they 'also whom thou hast In the name of Hannah Pome l>y nrransrlnit with Superintendent.The I Lot S "of Blk"2 in Ward
beaten. When Owen'and KIrke Dekle ITnleuB Bind. certificate shell be redeemed job herein referred to, calls : City _ ____________ 8 7. 20 .- Mrs. E. J. Ward 1
been .
after they had be with where I am; were
i I given me, me according I to law. tax deed for a complete satisfactory heating Lot 7 of Blk 3 In Ward

Stephen entered upon a career of that they may behold my glory, I transacting business in Lake Butler will issue,, thereon on the 24th day ,system, guaranteeing same to heat City _ -. ; ___________vg 1 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1
of August, A. n. 1931. from 20 to 70 degrees with approximately Lot 9 of Blk 3 In Ward
great; soul-winning, he was arrested. which thou hast given me: for thou Wednesday. Dated thin 15th day of July, A. D. 2800 ft. of radiation.All City _ _____________. 8 7' 20 Unknown.. _ I
He was taken out of the city lovedst me before the foundationof Mr. Geo. D. Falrclotn, Leroy 1931.: ; bids. to be accompanied by certified Lots 12846 of 131k8in .

1 and stoned to death. Upon the the world. 25. O'righteous Faircloth Misses Pauline and O. W. ALDERMAN, check for: 23 per cent. of bid. Ward ltyl 4. -- --A__ 8 7 S Jcflin! J. Morgan I
=
Clerk of Circuit Court, The successful bidder shall make Frncl Blk In Ward; City: g 7 E. T, Stewart l
death of Stephen a general per- I Father, the world hath not known Christina Faircloth were here on (Seal) Bradford County, Florida. bond for the full amount of contract Lots 9 10 of Blk 10 in Ward

secution broke out ail over Jerusa- I thee: but I have known thee, and a fishing trip Wednesday.Mr. 7-24-61-8-21.' within ten days after the Board has. City _ _________ 8 'r 20 TV. W. Ward I
notified him that he la the successful -
lem, and not only men but,women these have known that thou hast and Mrs. E. B. Andreu and bidder. Lot 3 of Blk 11 In Ward .
__.. __ _
JN'OTICR APIM.ICTIOV FOR City L- ____1 ___ 8 7 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter I
also were thrown Into prison. Paul sent me. 26. And I have declared grandchildren visited our section TAX BE9a: ) The Board reserves. the right to Lots 8 8of Blk 12 in Ward # -

had impart In those Imprisonmentsand unto them thy name, and will declare Tuesday. reject any or all D.bids.H MAT. Chairman; Loltr _f-DU 18 1n ward 8 7 ao W. W. Ward -- 1''

when'the Christians were put It: that the love wherewith Mrs. Lillian Dekle called on Mrs. Notice hereby I given, that R. J. Board Publlo Instruction, : 8 7 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter I

to death he his voice against thou hast love Jme be In them Ulmer Parrish and Mrs. O. D. Fair- Davis holder of Tax Certificate No. Bradford County.A. Loltl o----------------- -
gave may 28R< the flth day of August, A. D. J. dRIFFIS Secretaryto City .. _ _____,,____..;. g 7 20 W. W. Ward __ __ t
Wh i them. Up to this time the great and in them: cloth Wednesday.Miss 1928 has filed said certificate In my Board and Supt. of Schools. Lots 11 12 of Blk 18 InWard .

4' revival had centered in Jerusalem. Prayer: Lord Instruct us and Winnie Blume visited her offfre and malts application. for tax. 7-17-6t-8-14. City _ ________ g 7 20 !Ira. Laura E. Baxter -. I
Lots 5 9 ot Blk 14 In Ward
If First It was three thousand in one teach us In the way we should go: sister, Mrs. L. G. Johnson Tuesdayand NOTICE City _ ______________ 8 7 20 -. W. W. Ward _., ___ t
day, then daily additions of great Guide us with'Thine Wednesday.Mrs. Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold Lot 11 of Blk 14 In Ward
eyes. at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST:! 1931, It being the City I 8 7 110 Mrs. L. F. Godwin ..___ I
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numbers then five thousand at one Amanda Keerce visited Mrs.P. ,
f 3rd day of said month, before the Courthouse Door at Starke In Bradford Lots 1 2 of Blk 15 In Ward

time, then multitudes believed. Parrish Monday.Mr. I county. State of Florida or .0'm\\ph thereof as will be necessaryto City _:...______...___ 8 7 20 -r t TV. W. Ward _n___<_ I.
amount due for taxes set the with
the opposite
There may have been from 1 50,000to DAILY BIBLE READINGS and Mrs. L. O. Johnson, Mt. the pay cost of such sale and advertisingC.. A. KNIQHT jtametogejher, Tax Collector Lot 7 of Blk 15 in Ward
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1.
I City 8 7 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter
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100,000 believers by the time and Mrs. Will Hodges attended a Taxes Lots 36591011 of Blk 15

Stephen was killed. This was the July 21 prayer service at Long Bridge Fri- Description See. T. n. A. Owner Costs In Ward City _ ..______g 'r ao J. D. Baxter, Guar --43.

end of the revival in Jerusalem. The Best Medicine A merry day evening. of 8W & of Lot City 6 of- -Blk-I -_-18-_!In-__Ward----- 8 7 il E. T Stewart __._____ 1
NW'4 % Stt
The revival fire had been beaten heart doeth good like a medicine; Mrs. Leona McKnight Misses. W 50 ft of Fracl Blk 17 In .
NE'4 of SWVi ___ 19 6ft E. B. Murhee _.______ 34.38
r almost out; but the beating of the but a broken spirit' drieth the Margaret and Ruth McKnlght 81% of NEV1 ______ 19 80 John-. Morgan __..___ 45.41 Lots Ward City _ ________ 8 7 I' Evelyn W. Rodgers _.-10

fire scattered the embers in bones.-Proverbs 17: 22.. P. NEVi o' NEH 1> 40 J. L. Matthew ___ 23.81... 1 2 11 12 of Blk 20 inWard __ _ BLots
every Messrs. Allen Thomas and J. All 8W% of SEVi City - -_--_ g 7 20 Stewart &: Mill "

direction. The spiritual advantages To whom should you commit Dekle were among those attending Branch .__ 2020 E. A. Mabel Sapp .._ 9.E1 E of Blk 20 In '
which Jerusalem offered your way? Answer, read-Psalm NWI44 of SEVi A All { a IIc1ty8_ __________ g 7 20 H. P. Gainey ___._._. \\I
? rejected were. the ice cream party at the homeof of BEM W of Lot. 6 of Blk 21 In Ward

us. to other cities" 37:8.: Mr. J. W. Gainey. A All SW4 of SE City __________-_. g 7'I W. TV. War ___"_ 1,
July 25 mill branch .. 20 70 J. P. Bowling ______.... SO.E4 Lots 7 8 9 10 11 of Blk 21
The scripture lesson begins: Miss Josephine Blume called on All NEK of SE'4 E E"T In Ward City 1 _._______ g 7 10 R. P. Lewis __ ____ II
And they stoned Stephen, calling My strength I will sing of Mrs. P. P. Dekle Friday. Kinney Branch -. 20 20 J. P. Brewer t.-- lS,89 Lots 5 11 of Blk 12 In Ward

upon" God, and saying, Lord Jesus, thy power. Unto thee, O my Mr. Weeks loaded two cars of SKW NWJ4; of of SB\4 NW_% &_. { 20 40 Lawrence Wiggins __ 18.00 Lot City 12"of "B"lk I 2T"ln _War_____ 7 20 W. TV Ward __ --- 1

receive, my spirit." strength, will I sing: for God Is my eggplants Wednesday.The 8WK of MWVt *.. 20 80 B. F. Renfroe -.------ 11.02 City - -_----_---- 8 7 20 Mrs. Laura E. Baxter 1SE"

r "And he kneeled down, and cried defence, and the God of my mercy. weekly prayer service which SwV4 of NW% less I. of NE'4 &. N'of{ SEy4
way right of way 20 38 G. W. Sapp ______ 11.14'' Ex Hy right of way ____ 9 7 20 108 David Coleman . IL
1 17.
with a loud voice, Lord lay not -Psalm 918.: was held Thursday evening at. he SE% of NEW SlAt 0 f NEy4 BE'4 of .

this sin to their charge. And when What did Jesus say about prayer home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodges 1n SE cor 01 :; NW'4.. _ ___ ___10 7 10 120 F. S. Fowler _______ 11.
N124 U 8 30 44 B. F. Renfroe _____ 20.01 NEW'\ of NWM WH" of
? Answer, read Matt. 21:22.:
he, had said this, he fell asleep. was well attended. NEI4ofNE4cx2AInSE NWVi; ex fty right of. e

Stoning was the Jewish methodof July 20 Ktrke and Julian Dekle attendeda Cor NW U ot NEVi Ex wayof _ ________10 7 28 log David Coleman - -- 11

inflicting the death, penalty. In' Restore the Erring-Brethern, if watermelon cutting at the homeof 2 A. In SR eorff..;..____14 8 20SO 76 E. A. A )I.b.llapp!! ____ SS.8S \ SEVi _ _____10 7 20. 40 'M. F. A Lawrence
NWy, of swvi :::__._____is 6 40 'J. W. Townsend __ 18.28 TVJgglna _-_" ILl
Deut. 13: 0-10, the punishment of a man be overtaken In a fault, ye Mr. B. F. Gainey Thursday eve SE'4 of SWJ4 ___"?-...-11 8 20 40 T. B. Edwards ______ 18.28 I sw\ *, &: NW "
'r ,
the Idolater Is thus mentioned, which are spiritual,. restore such a ning. v 84* of SWVi of SEti: ,__.22 8 10 20 Abram Kelley :1. ___ '.21' 88:Vf; ? 'is 7 .10 SO Empire Lumber C 0. 411
N* of SWH of SET..K l _-*_11 8 10 20 Hannah Williams _ ._'" '.11 .
.
"Thou shalt surely kill him-thou one In the spirit of meekness; con Mr.- and Mrs. Richard Reeves SWWNWy4t& !: SWH ot Ns v4 offrasfuNEViof : ; 7 20 80 T. D. LItchfleld 113

halt stone him with stones, that sidering thyself, lest thou also be were here Friday. N& of SWVi 0 s*% _::__ 7 20 20 Unknown ------11.1
Galatians 8 1. NW' of SEVT___________M 8 10 140 Farmers ft Dealers Bankll4.17 NEVi.NWJiof __.______!? 7 20 40 M. F. A Lawrence
:
he die. tempted. w Mr. Whitt Reeves, Mr. J. J. Col- of SWVi -------- 8 10 40 Lawrence Wiggins ___ 18.26 -- III
In killing Stephen the Jews act, What Is the Hebrew benediction? son and Mr. P. Deekle were here ff1 In SEVt oi-NEVi mU I SWU ___-____15 7 20 40 'David Coleman - -- IU
Answer read-Num. at Branch at Cor of Oliver All SEVi of NEV, N of road.15S 7 20 S M F. A Lawrence
ed as a mob, for the Roman law 6:24,26.: Saturday.K. land A. run W 660 ft Wiggins _ --- \is\

did not permit them to Inflict the July 87 P. and J: P. Deekle, Miss Josephine S to W. H. Green's land II A of SEVi of 8WJ4 __16 7 29' 10 Hutchinson Shoe Co. ;

? t,} t death penalty. The Jews prayed Solitary in Families God setteth Blume and L. G. Johnson W Branch to dulley to larger Branch Branch N on I Ithence Com NE14' :tEihl"18.3 S t8 W A-of_IS 7 20 14 David Coleman'I'

standing, but Jesus often kneeled the solitary In families: he were shopping In Lake Butler Sat-' up said branch totoes NE Cor of
( WH!. of NEW A
ri ; _ ___.ii23K 8 20 11 Lawrence Wiggins _ 9.12
out those which bound W
down in and StephenPkneel- brlngeth are urday. run on Sea Line 733: ft
prayer, A In 8EU of NEVI lying> thence 8 H mile thence.
L'' ed and cried, "Lord Jesus, receive with chains; but the rebellious Mr. Nathan Gainey spent the W of tt mile post 875 ft '. E 733 ft thence N to beg-17 7 20 44 Mrs. B. :J. Ward -- '- Ill lll(

my spirit," and "Lord, lay not dwell In a dry Iand.-r-Psalm 68: 6.What week-end here with friends and at. to a post In Branch to W '-4 of 8W% of NWH _--17 7 20 10 S. A., Foxworth -' -.-
place of beg thence W SH of Lots S S less 5 A In
I this sin to their charge." And then directions did Jesus give tended the services at Five Mileachoolhouse no ft N 700 ft E 800 ft SB Cor B of Ry A that ,r

"he fell asleep.' Our troubles in concerning the giving of alms? both morning and eve thence along run of portion of NH{ of lot 11 ly tlo3!|
Answer read Matt. 614. Branch thence to beg \ lag W of Ry-8 A _____.18 7 ''SO SO J, D. Baxter _-- ---
ri i this life will seem small If when : ning. where post stands ._____13 8 39 S Lawrence Wiggins _ .88 SWH\ of NBVi A 59W, of

death cornea our .trust and relations -' July 28 Mr. J. M. Dukes, called on Mr.J. Fran Blk 4 In New River NW'4 f HE & NESV44of
In KMi of NFV. ot Sea 13
l with God and Christ such Love Casts Out Fear ThereIs C. Goodge Monday.Mrs. __
are W4 of NWVi ->24Frno 8 10 Lawrenc. Wiggins __ 3.E1 .
that we may ask them to receiveour no fear In love; but perfect love P. P. Dekle and son, Owen B Ie II New River In NW'44V&B18AofNWy4of __________13 7 10 313 Hotcblnson Shoe Co. --1111! :

and then fall alaeep In casteth out fear; because fear hath and Kirke visited her brother, Mr. KU of NE<4 of Sea,, 23 .*24 6 29 Lawrence ewy\ of NWV A. NW% of .1'>
spirit, Lots of NWVi\ - Wiggins __ 3.11 _ _13 7 10 SO L. W. Sowell ._-
torment. He that feareth Is not In
6 death. T. D. Proctor Monday.Mr. 6 Bile 8 New River
NBVi of NEVI ex 1 A In NE '
of NEVi of Sea 13 .* a II'
*e> Saul was then persecuting the made perfect. in love.-1 John 4: Mizell of WorthIngton was KV WVi>{ of NWVI -_______24 6 20 Lawrence Wiggins! _ __ 1.7' Cor for school ________22 7 10 19 Unknown _ ---.-. Its
''I I;? Christians, and "was consenting here on business Monday. Lots 6 10 11 12 of Blk > NW'4 of NWVi -__.___la 7 10 40 Unknown _ --- -
SB of
18.What NEVi ex S A In NW
River In to.3
New EI.f NEVi
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unto his death." "And at that timed general exhortation did the Julian Deekle and Howard of Seo 18 .& WVt{ of-NWU.14! 8 19 Wiggins Bros ___ (..15I Cur A NH of SEVi _____11 7 SO 115 Mrs. & E. Thlgpen _
there waa a great persecution Apostle Paul give to the church at Gainey'were visitors to the State Lots 1 4 of Blk 9 New Rlf WUo f SEVi of SEVi; A III"
I er In EH of NE<4 of Sea. SWJ4 of SEH _______.___33 '7 10 10 8. L. Prescott --- --- U"I
against the) church which waa at Thessalonlca Answer, read Farm Sunday.Mr. E f-BE'4 of SEVi ___23 7 10 30 Bank of Starke .-----
n WVi of NW'4 _____24Lots 20 Wiggins Bro. _ .,,T... 1.79 WV
Jerusalem; and they were all scattered These 8:14-28.: J. W. Gainey spent the 12345611 of Bile 10 of NWW of Iwvl A. If''
S.v14 of SWVi _ : .____ --
\ Starke --
New River In EIof!. NEVi U 7 10 SO Bank of -
y' abroad throughout the region July 29 week-end with his sister, Mrs. Le- Com at NW Cor of See 25 .A
of See 13 .* W%, of NWVt-24 8 20 Wiggins Bros. _ ..... 14.19
Consider the Poor Blessed 1 la run E 435 yds 8 440 yds
McKnight.
of Judea and Samaria exceptthe ona
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Lots 7 > of BIle 11 New River W 435 yds N 440 yds to
apostles." he that consldereth the poor: the Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Parrish of In EV6{ of NK V1 of Seo o' beg-86 A also com pt at

Why were not the apostles also Lord will dellyer him In time of Worthington attended services All 23vi Bile. 12{ex of Lots NW A&if NewRiver __14 8 10 Lawrence'. Wiggins. __ 1.79 B NW 490 Cor yds of 8 Sec 440 25 A run }' ,
yds to
scattered? trouble. Psalm 41: 1. here Sunday.K. In NRH of of beg thence, B 180 apt

The apostles were natives of Has the Lord God any pleasure P. Dekle called'on friends. at Seo 5 21 11.* .E\Of NWU 11 New_14Lots 5 10 Lawrence Wiggins _ 1.41 yds S 880 yds-W 180 yds
i N 880
Palestine fully accustomed to the In death? Answer, read-Ezekiel Danville Monday afternoon. River In FlIof;!. NEVi of -73 A -yds-'_'to_the__Pt_of Deg__11I 7 10 108 Wiggins A Smith -_ W

s, worship of the priests and'temple 18:31: 32. Mr. J.. S. ,Howard was transact- Lots flee 146 23 A$WV 78> of. la NWVi llll\ -of 34 8 20 -. Wiggins Bros. ? -.si NVi of NE'4' less 1 A. In NE I 661'
cor for ______ Dyal --
'' SO business in Lake Butler Mon- church -- _36 7 20 79 Truman D.
Stephen and many of the church July ing Blk 13 New River In EH!. WH of SWVi\ of NEV4 A EH{ lIS

were Grecians (foreign born) and Seek Things Above Set your day. of pf NEVi NWVi of__Sea__13___.*_WVi____14 6 29 -. Lawrence Wiggins _ .14.49 of SEVi of NWVi\ -- .. 1 5 21 40 B.-S. Hosier ___-." .-- Ill:

not so well Acquainted with nor affections on things above, not on Lots 824 7 8 10 11 11 e'4of!! NWVI of 8W14 ____ V 5 21 SO W. H. Morgan ------
the'earth. Colosslana 3: NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR of Blk 14 New River In EH of NEVi of NEVI A NHof
obedient to the things on -
temple worshipnor TAX: DEED HH\ of NEH: of Sea 13 .* NWVi of NEVi' of II i
the Hebrew customs. 2. Ye cannot serve God and Mam Wft! of NWVi\ __24 8'10 Lawrence Wiggins ._-11.6? NEV4 SEU_____ I 5 It 28 Gordon Orlffls -.- j W
1 We may assume that "the apostles mon.-Matthew 6: 24. Notice I I. hereby given, That O. R. Lots 1 8 la 11 11 of BIle IS 8EV', of .---U, I 11 40 J. D. C.rmlcha..ll : II'
of
( holder NEI4 NE\< ___23 I 11 40 J. D. -- .
CoUon of Tax Certificate No. River
New In
chose to remain In Jerusalemto What reason did Jesus give why in, the 4th day of July. A. U. 192?, of Sea 13 WH EIof!. of!. NWVi.NB14 8 20 Lawrence Wiggins ._. 1.14 NF.4., of of Nwy NE. -----__x26 24 'I 11 80 J. D. Carmichael. -- j.'
help keep the church going in we should forgive our enemies? has. filed said certificate In my office Blk 16 ex Lot II New River of NW, I 11 10 Horace Norman )I'
WHof NWVi'\ of NW," -',.. _.25 5 11 20 Miss Dora, Clark .
and made dealto .
for
I application tax In EH of NRV. of See II ;
Answer read Mark\. IJ.:2.: EH of NE V u
of the of Clark
spite persecution. E8Wy4( II 21 20 Mlsa Dora -
Issue thereon In accordance with .* WH of NWU 24 8 10 Lawrence Wiggins _ '.18 EH of SWV\\ -i7 Edwards
law. ew RiverIn of 6 21 20 Mrs. H. C.
Saul "made havoc of the church Maid certificate embrace the Lot s of Bile 16 Alt road
BAPTIST following described property eltuat In of NEVi of Sea II 8W.H.of NKVi\ N of
-and and EH a a A '
r 't A hailing men women ed In Bradford county Florida, towel .A WH{ of NWVI -14.,.6 SO Unknown. .,. ..___ 8.35 8Wi4Exp6A&.x3A Inp E Cor of 8E'4
commltteed them to prison. There- All Bike 17 18 14 10 11 II for roar :4
for they that were scattered Sunday school. 10 a. m. A. J. Lot 8, flock It. Ward City See. 13 New River In EH of -_17 S S3S 93 R. R. Prevatt --
tlon 8, Township T South Kance 20 NEV of See 13 A WH of All NWVi\ of SEW S of Call '
- :. abroad went every where preaching Thomas, supt. Large attendancelast Ea..t NW4 _ __..t4 8 30 Lawrence Wiggins _ 14.49 .t .x 1 A In HWeor 101 It __ 4Ii!
r '- the gospel." Sunday. Bring some one with Th. a....mim.nt of said propertyunder Lots 48 of Blk i4 New Rlter by 420 It --------___ S3 2 E. D. Card ---
the ..Id certificate l Issued was In EH of NEVi of See Corn on N line of NW" of
1, Philip (one of the deacons) you.Worship In the name of E. J. Ward. 11 A W% of NWVi\ _-24 8 39 E. A. .A :Mabel Sapp --- 1.97 BE'4 on E side of Church #
went to Samaria, preaching and at 11 a. m. No evening Unl.. said certificates ahall be Lot 1 1 of Blk 14 New, RI.,.. 51 & run 8 on said At 111 ,
service. Last Sunday morning en- redeemed according to law tax d..d er In EH of NEV4 of Seo ftE310ttNllbttw3le. 710ft
healing the sick until Peter and will Untie thereon __ e to beg _23. 6 22 IT.. Smith _----
on the 24th day ofAu..uatt 11 A WH of NWVt .14 .. 19' Lawrence Wiggins ... ----- :E.
John came to Samaria and took joyed a good sermon on "The In- A. D. 1531.i All Blk It; ex Lot 1 New Beg" 40 It E of NW "or of
of the work. Then spiration of the Bible" by our ated this Uth day of July A. D. River In EH of NEH of E u of NW\4\ of 8E'4 of
charge Philip NE
1811. 14 A run.E; 10 ft BIOI Il
Sea 11 A WH of NWtf_34 8 19 Lawrence _
Wiggins _ 14.19 .
i, was sent south where he met the townsman, Wilbur Scott. We will O. W. ALOERUAK. Lot 1 of Bile IS New RiverIn Bit W 10 ft N fob to beg __II 1 II I. C. Hobbs

Ethiopian prince who was converted be glad to have this young minister Clerk of Circuit Court, BH of NE4 of Sea II &F "M3Z& &' of
(Seal) Bradford County Florida. .A WH!. of NWU -14 8 10 B. A. A.Mabel Sapp I.It of a,
and by Philip baptised. preach to us again. 7-llt.ftt-l-M. Lots 5 9 19 11,11 .( Bib,! 14 <,
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do not have a highly developedsense rats largely eliminated through re- Farm Week Offers history strikingly, indicates the standard time, and the programfor

., of 'smell to aid them In. locating moval of the cover they frequent. Low Cost VacationTo dominant position held by Fire- next,week follows:
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs their game their hearing Is quail will have a chance to rear atone in the tire Industry says J. Sat., July 25 Florida Farm
large early broods and produce an Florida People
remarkably acute and they destroy W Andrews Jr., the local Fire- News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci-
annual surplus that can be legitimately -
II many brooding quail Just at the harvested by man if desir Gainesville, Fla. A real Instructive stone dealer. ence Snapshots. .
hatching time being attracted by ed. No one can fully appreciate vacation which will coat "The tremendous Increase In de- Mon., July 27 Motor Transportation -
LIVE STATE NEWS the faint"cheeping of the still confined the loss of eggs and young quail even less than living expenses at mand for Firestone Tires" pointsout of Florida Farm Products -
chicks. While not the Firestone dealer "necessi -D. E. Timmons. What Farm- '
I as a rule caused by the activities of natural home Is what the 10th annual i
so destructive as cats, many' dogs enemies unless they have followedthe Farmers' and' Fruit Growers' tates the operation of Firestone era' Week Will Offer Citrus Grow-
l are confirmed egg eaters and such history of many nests from the Week to be held at the University factories 24 hours.a day 6 days a ers-E. F. DeBusk.
many prove tremendously destruc- time the first eggs are laid until August 10-14. offers Florida farm- week to fill the shadily mounting Tues., July 28 The Palm Leaf \'
BY OUR EXCHANGES tive to birds If volume of orders. Miner-J. R. Watson. Farm. Question '
TOLD game permitted to the young birds hatch some fortdays ers and farm women, Or. Wilmon I -
I roam the fields during the nesting later, but. it is appalling In NeweU. dean of the Agricultural "Mr. Firestone recognizes that Box. f '
months. Both cats and dogs may any case and must be appreciatedto College recently stated in an address this is the year the public wants Wed.. July 29 What Farmers' 1
I The commercial ounces and won for B. A. Swing cause much harm, also by scattering corrected. Of course, correction over WRUF. The chargesthis greater values than ever before Week Will Offer Florida Women- i
tUJVlue young quail broods This Is particularly true of tires, Miss Belle Settle. Primer for
trees Is going onouth the week's prize minnow. DeWit during wet Is unnecessary unless quailare year have actually been reduced Lucy
Inn\ of lemon or chilly weather. desired in abundance for sport- below costs in order that rural and Mr. Firestone) Is passing on to Town Farmers.
Florida. At one time the Watson brought In his second en- Skunks'two kinds the little Ing purposes for such destruction Floridians may have an economical car owners all of ,the tremendous Thurs..,'July SO Breeding and
l't' u Uo'Q of lemons WU quite ptr try of the season Tuesday a, 4- spotted skunk; or'"civet", andthe bsW.been part of..nature's schemefor ,, instructive, and. entertaining, savings.he has achieved through Caring1"for Bred Beef Cattle--W.
in this state. pound"+ l-ounce"jack, the. largest, large striped' /'"polecat"), ages. vacation. greater manufacturing efficiency J. Sheely. ., What Farmers' Week:
.. of the week. opossums foxes racoons weasels i "There will be no registrationfees purchase of raw materials at the Will Offer UV08tock and .General
lIt1ceUo- An U-foot aUgator and other common) fur-bearers are Fine ,, no admission charges no source and the moat efficient and Farmers-Dr. A.: L. Shealy.
was killed at Old Town T. P. Chaires. of al Imore less Truck Crops economical system by
lDg 333 pounds or destructive to quail charge. for entertainment, and no distributing Fri., July 31 Greater Cooperative -
g OIUkeo' lake last Monday Old Town one of the county's most or their,nests. Studies of the Co- Progrpm ArrangedFor one will be asked to buy anything.The building the biggest strongest and Marketing of Vegetables-IL '}
" t. It: was exhibited here this progressive farmers planted thirty operative Quail Investigation re- Farmers Week only charges will be meals at safest tires ever mad, and selling O. Clayton. What Farmer's Week:
k acres of the Watson variety of vealed that skunks alone destroyed the University cafeteria and lodg- them at the lowest' prices In his- Will Offer Vegetable Growers-M.
t watermelons along about the middle from one fourth to one tenth of ing In the dormitories. The total tory.'During. R. Ensign.
Gainesville Fla. When some
,. tWUUam .K. Vanderbilt of February fertilizer and labor all quail nests under observation 2,000 farmers and home maker costs will be 1.15: per day; divid- tha past year Firestone .
vend here from Northport. N.aboard cost $20.00 per acre to make in certain areas the little spotted gather at the University here Monday ed as follows: Breakfast 20 cents has placed tire buying on an entirely Tarpon Springs Eagle street
) his y'acht Alva, on a this crop Of melons. Mr Chaires skunk being the worst offender> In August 10 for the 10th annual- dinner SS cents supper SO cents new basis by-making it possiblefor widened and repaired.
hoo mile cruise around theM shipped his first car of melons on this respect, having an uncanny Farmers' Week those interested In and lodging 25 cents." he explain car owners to see inside tire Largo Construction to start ''
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In search of specimens of June 16, to Kansas City Kansas ability to locate quail nests. As growing truck and ornamen- construction. Cross sections have soon on new Citrus City Or wen'
marine life. and received $300.00 for them. He skunks bite off one side of the egg tals will find unusually crops Interesting ed.The first feature of the week been furnished so rubber volume> packing plant estimate to coat $80.-
shipped In all fifteen cars which and lick out the contents leaving special planned for them. will be a complete tour of the college weight width thickness and plies 000.Fort
programs
., Lst Palm Beach-Bids for the averaged him $200,00 a car. the shells more or less together in They are scheduled to make a and Experiment Station) farms at tread could be studied. Myers B. C. Gatlln seek-
[tructlon of six miles more or front of the rifled nest their workis complete tour of the College and Monday afternoon August 10. "In tires as In their other pur ing permit to construct bUlk gasoline
of levee and navigation chan-' Pensacola The famous old frigate easily recognized afield altho Experiment Station farms Monday Tours, entertainments and talks chases, the public wants to see the station.
j I'along the south advertised Constitution, hero ship of the often laid to crows By\ the unin- afternoon and to attend by leading farmers and specialistsfrom facts before they buy. They recog- Tampa- Enterprise Lumber Co.
bobel! will be for War of 1812 will pay a threedayvisit formed. other educational and many; over the southeast are all included nize that the only way to get the granted charter to engage In lum-
entertaining,
It Is announced. to Pensacola next .The facts about tires Is to examine ber business.
P August 1. : early year. opossum is likewise very destructive features planned for the entire in the week's program. Spe-
I IeFunlak I The visit will be the second time, eating quail eggs shell group. cial programs have been plannedfor cross sections and see how they Jupiter County granted per-
8> Springs The test that city has been Identified with and all. but like the skunk is not Tuesday morning such topics assoil citrus and .mall fruit growers, are made. The result of this new mission to lace pontoon bridge)
well has depth of 2." this famous old battleship. Several active enough to prey on> the quail fungi and truck diseases truck crop growers general farm- plan of tire buying has been the over Inland Coastal Canal here.
I feet, a !;ran ofe165 feet for theIt I years ago when the Constitution themselves to a serious extent. As watermelon diseases crop and rodent era dairymen bee-keepers, pecan establishment by Firestone of the Plant City 24 cars of peppers)
The drill Is now through a was repaired at the Boston they are extremely prolific and control will be discussed by spe- growers, foresters ornamental greatest sales record in Firestone shipped from this place during 3-.
A k shale and has entered a hard Navy Yard oak logs were pulled range over the uplands as well as cialists. In the afternoon root- lovers and rural women.. history. day period. a
estone formation. from the bottom of a pond near around the branches they run knot, aphid and Jassld control> will Those who wish to stay In the Dade City- Over BO carloads of
the Pensacola Air Naval Station across and destroy many quail be discussed and a special Insect dormitories should bring bed linens, I watermelons shipped from here.
rtstvtew Farmers at Creat.w and lumber from..them was used nests during the course of a sea and disease laboratory period will pillows and towels. Free and up- WRUF FARM PROGRAM .
Chipley and Marianna sold to repair the Constitution. son. The raccoon is as fond of be held. to-date camping facUlties will be "... Vole of
arload of) poultry netting them eggs as the opossum but causes One of the main speakers Wed- furnished and a day nursery will Flerlda"J COFFINS & CASKETS
the last week In June Lake: City Wes Cheshire In less trouble because they for smaller
,1789, I 'range nesday will be H. C. Thompson be maintained to care And s Full Lin. off
.ell the state marketing bureau addition to being busy with the mainly along water courses rather head of the vegetable crops de-' children. Room reservations should Gainesville Fla. With many
Aerated with county agents at county tax books Is likewise nifty than in the uplands where quail partment of Cornell University,I be made to the Agricultural Extension vital farm topics featured another Undertakers' Supplies
I three points In holding coop- with the hoe. He may not be able normally nest. The high prices of Ithaca N. Y. He will discuss alon Service, Gainesville week's schedule of Florida Farm
Itlve sales. to make two blades of grass turn raccoon fur has been responsibleFor strains and variety studies as well Fla Hour programs from state radio AUTOMOBILE HEARSHAlwmr
handsprings on the front lawn but a great reduction In the numbers -, as premature seeding. Other I station WRUF has just been an- H.... Th. *...
=The'50 old topics ........ .< ... ........ .H...
e Butler year when it comes to growing spudshe of these Interesting and amus- to be discussed will be the effect of TIRE SALES SHOWTREMENDOUS nounced by the University of Flor-
Ipe myrtle bush at the beautiful can make the multiplicationtable ing creatures during recent years, climatic factors on Florida truck INCREASE ida Agricultural Extension Service.Of e_!.! ..featl..._...t..'t........... \.
e i of) Mrs. C. H. Driggers'Isrj gasp. for breath. Wes was and they do not deserve further crops potato fertilizers and cover .- special Interest will be a series
In full bloom. This bush is displaying a single Irish potato persecution on the grounds on crops vegetable production costs Announcement by the Firatone of short talks and late announce- KBOIITKRKD BMMAI.MKH !
I feet high and Its branches are plant with a flock of seventeen quail preservation. and competition and the progressof Tire" Rubber Company that more ments about the annual Farmers' DEWITT C. JONES
,ded with beautiful green foll- blushing gubers hanging on for The status of the fox (gray cooperative marketing. The latter Firestone Tires were sold duringthe Week to be held August 1014. The STAMKB1. FLORIDAWhy '
E and rich pink blossoms. J. B.jtln dear life and yelling "Papa!" That's foxes are found all over Florida will be discussed by R. H. English months of April, May and June Florida Farm Hour is broadcast \
of Palatka, apralses Its val- the sort of gardener Wes is, and he and Georgia while the red is seldom manager of the Florida Vegetable than In any three-month period ('n from. 12 to 12:45: p. M., eastern
lat J1.000. produced this group of prize-taking found south of middle Georgia Growers Inc., while the other e- I
Famine-breakers on his acre ranchof ) In relation to quail has been topics will be handled by College gyp.
IPlint City-Following'the shlp- muck along the north shores of the subject of much heated con Agriculture workers. y
nt of what was expected to bee Lake DeSoto. troversy during recent years the The special ornamental programwill
last car of vegetables out of fox hunting devotees frequently I begin Thursday afternoon f' iL
re i for the 1930-1931 seasons Moorehaven Five persons nar- contending that foxes live largely II when flowering bulbs, roses, lawns,
res compiled by the East Hills- rowly' escaped being burned to on injurious rodents and do not and foundation plantings will be
rough County Chamber of Com- death today by fire which has molest game birds, while the bird discussed by' Experiment Station
|rce, showed the season's total been blazing for weeks In the Ev- hunters accuse the fox of being the workers and N. A. Reasoner
lot; movement to have been erglades near here. Only the timely most destructive of all quail enemies Oneco nurseryman. The programwill
Ottn arrival of rain laid the burning The truth of the matter continue Friday morning with
ashes which filled the air about probably lies somewhere between I asparagus fern Insects mealy bugson r rw
[juktoOTtlle-The United States them and prevented their suffoca these two extremes the foxes bulbs, flower thrips, and diseases i ,
Ip JJJg Board statement for the tion. Al Britton George and Hun- preying largely on rodents when! of ornamentals as the main
I year ending June 30 places ter Bryant Lelge Massey and a they are plentiful and available topics. -
ickaouvllle In an extremely favbIt small boy were guarding a "fire- but turning to quail and other .
i position In foreign car- break" when the air suddenly be- birds when rodents become) scarce FROZEN FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES
9 tonnage handled during the f la- came filled with the ashes. They Unfortunately no adequate studiesof WILL BE
year just ended among the attempted to escape in an automobile ,,the diet of foxes at all ages and COMMON DELICACIESOne
rla i of Florida sixteenth in the but the machine stalled in seasons and under varying conditions -
lulled States. a ditch. Before the arrival of the have yet been made. While of my town friends Invitedme
rain three of the men and the boy they are positively known to de- in to a luncheon of the Kiwanis Drive fDaitger '
JQuicy F. W. Blair, fly castingpert had been overcome. Thousands of stroy some quail and other game Club last week. The topic for dis-
and a veteran whose ability acres of rich Everglades soil are birds this may be largely offset by cussion was the frozen pack meth- I
i been extolled In Chattanooga being endangered by the fire and the field rats and other rodents od of preserving fruits and Juices. -WHEN THE ,
papers, as well as locally. deep ditches have been dug in an they eat. In view of their known berries, and vegetables. For dessert
POrta that he Is 'enjoying good effort to prevent Its spread. Only tastes however It would seem we had frozen berries and they
i from the top surfaces of the rain Is really effective in stoppingIt only the'part of wisdom to keep were fine.Although. WORLD'S SAFEST
htter, This ma.nner'of fishing Is however. foxes down as much as possible on there Is still much to TIRES
We known in this section and is lands where quail are desired in be done considerable progress has
ring watched with interest. St. Augustine Carl Lane 12- abundance but to tolerate them In. already been made along this line
'- year-old St. Augustine lad suffered limited/ numbers' where they are There are a number of different COST SO LITLE'lERESTONE
[River Junction The short the loss of an arm today whenan highly regarded as game animals fruits and fruit Juices berries, and
tub of state highway between automobile, driven by a negro The'question Is an important one, vegetables that are now being frozen .
tttahoochee and Rivet Junction crashed Into a school bus carry- for foxes appear to be on the Increase I on a commercial scale. 1
almost completed. Recentlyvy ing 20 under-privileged boys home over much of the southeastat The process holds promise) for Tires the '. 4
rains have delayed the.placl from an outing. Sheriffs officers the present time. Florida fruits and vegetables. Our are sa
of surface material on the rock were searching for the negro who Weasels are active bloodthirstylittle citrus fruits are now marketed est tires in the world, because of inbuilt
but once) the sun dries the ran from the scene. ;None of the creatures which may prove fresh for only about eight monthsof
k i only a short time will be reed other boys was hurt. The driverof destructive to quail where numerous I the year. With the perfection of patented construction features-Gum*
to place the asphalt and rollto the bus said he saw the automobile but this is fortunately seldom I the frozen pack method, It will be Dipped Cords, Patented Double Cord
a finished hard surface. aproachlng and noted It was the; case in either Georgia or Flor- possible to place them on the mar-
behaving queerly. He said he pull- Ida. Like foxes, weasels are great ket in a frozen state (when they Breaker, and Tougb, :Thick Nog-Skid
I St. Cloud A Joint meeting of ed over to the shoulder of the road destroyers of cotton rats and.other will be quite as palatable as the Tread, which give-
p members of the St. Cloud and had virtually stopped the bus, rodents, doing some good in this fresh unfrozen product) for the
wnber of commerce was held re- when the automobile struck. Young respect to offset the harm they do. rest of the year. This will extendour
Uy, and at the meeting a planas Lane had an arm hanging from a Last but not least of the animals markets for a longer period,, SO% longer flexing life In every
submitted for digging a four- window of the bus and the impactof to be discussed are cotton and thus help towards a more orderly cord
"t canal immediately south oft the automobile which was demolished rats, or "field rats." rodents that marketing of the crop. '
Cloud to give drainage to 5000 severed the arm.' He was Increase until they become exceedIngly When the market for fresh berries 68: % stronger bond between d
cres of as fine muck and loam brought to a hospital here from abundant in the broom sedge and early vegetables hits the and body
ad as there Is in the state of the scene of the crash nine miles fields of the south, only to disappear toboggan the remainder of. the corn

rlda.. from the city on the Mill Creek. almost completely through crop can be frozen and placed on 28 greater protection against
road. The boys had enjoyed a two the agency of some undetermined the market. both ,In Florida and
St. Petersburg: Keith Neville, days' outing at Camp WIn-co-ma.1: disease that has occurred at Inter- elsewhere. We' can be eating our punctures and blaicouti
":?;er governor of Nebraska at Crystal Lake, under auspices of vals of four or five years. When own fruits and vegetables duringthe longer non-tkid
coked a 70-pound tarpon whUe the Y. :M. C. A. and were returning and where excessively abundant summer and the freezing and 23% wear TiretotteHICUM f
home. cotton rats prove destructive to storage should not cost more than '
e dlda't h vemtotlifttpinto the quail eggs, compete with these the freight or other transportation 2G% to 4O%, longer tire life Bn HKAVY>DJTY TYff KTk

lit, because It Jumped right in. MAMMAL ENEMIES OF THE birds for some of their favorite charge on fresh products from other Gold Standard
-attllng with the fish for some QUAIL foods, and worse, serve as an attraction states would be. The 'processhas .f Tire Value*
mil the former governor' had to skunks, opossums,, important possibilities for de- Firestone saves millions] ) of dollars .

'. led It close In when the big $Ur In our last article we discussedthe foxes. weasels house cats and egg- velopment along that line. annually through .economJes in
king twisted out of the water bird enemies of quail pointing eating snakes that destroy many It Is only a question of time until .
""d> landed in the boat. out.that some like the "blue dart- quail[ nests Incidentally while huntIng : whole meals of frozen productswill buying, manufacturing, and distributing to give these extra values at lowest

er" hawks prey extensively on the the rats. be common. Dr A. F Camp, prices in the history of tire building. We have a complete line of Firestone
Pensacola __ fo .three million young and mature birds, others While cotton rats can be easily horticulturist of the '''Experiment
"et| of sawn timber pitch pine like crows and Jay eat the eggs or trapped or poisoned (and die off Station who is conducting freezingand Gum-Dipped Tires for you to choose from. Every Firestone Tire bears thqname

"wr and hardwoods were ex- molest newly hatched young un- periodically In any case) the best cold storage experiments said "Firestone" and is doubly guaranteed by Firestone and by
us.
**d from while domestic to control their numbers Is
the port of Pensacola der certain conditions way that he at e a meal recently in
Uf\n\ g the first six months of 1931 poultry harbor diseases and I through removal of their favored which everything served exceptthe
Come in TODAY will make
i, ordtng to records at the Pensa- parasites that prove :deadly If cover. As pointed out previouslyold bread, was frozen. It consistedOf -we allowance for the unused mileage
'I Ia customs> house. There were transmitted to the game birds. In dense broom sedge has no placeon meats, fish, vegetables and in your old tires. Let us show you how little it will cost you to equip with
1,000 barrels of rosin article we will limit well handled quail lands but fruits.
'Jt exported the present
'' Firestone Tires-and eliminate
Very little turpentine. The I the discussion to the various mammal I. a haven for the rta. If the High Speed danger of worn tires.
"Wucts went to twenty-six coun- enemies many of which are ex- cover is kept thin and open, either It is poor economy to crowd
Umlan: <1 the moat distant cus- tremely destructive and all moreor by rotation at cultivation or late growing pullets. Firestone Service Dealers and Service Stores
was where an winter burning cotton rats will
Calcutta which bought less subject to control ..
lot of rosin. increase of quail and other attrac- give little trouble. Chipley Cottondale section of Save You Money and Serve You Better .'
-- tive bird life Is desired. If opossums and raccoons are state highway No. 1 being paved.
Quine Y Kennedy creek spot Among mammals, few are more kept reduced In numbers through Fort Pierce Work of resur
ned tor bream production tort destructive to quail than house cats the good old southern sport of facing state Road No. 8 from Kis-
blcb lovers of> the angling and free ranging dogs. Practically possum hunting foxes, skunk simmee River to this place with J. W. Andrews Jr.
gurney long weary miles in order all cats are natural born hunters and weasels bunted or trapped slag, to start In short time.
'I obtain what U considered the catching quail and other birds closely for their furs house cats Perry D. :MlckeUon ladles' ,
rackproduCed the winning shell on their nests or roosts during and mongrel dogs properly attended 'ready-to-wear department undergoing
While cats to by their owner, and cotton extensive alterations. Starke.Floridct
weighed In at 2T their nightly
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d d'r t t 'PAGIC FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. StARKE. FLORIDA . FRID.\\_ "lL' ..

_. -. .._... .. --_._ .- -- -- DADE POINTS THE WAY will ""I
find the -';:
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Stump, Miss thel Griffin, and Mr. and lasting friendships. Mr. and BANKERS SUGGEST PLANS TO DEATUNEIWPLOYft1ENT ness. Officials county ar,, ) m.: ""-
to visit
j. C. Robinson.STEWARTHINbON. Mrs. Ward left Wednesday From the beginning of the to seize "'"
In Kentucky and Georgia, enrouteto lengthy discussion of what Is.to who refuse personal to p"perty of"l
l/ c &t their home In Florida, after a BANKING REFORMSEconomic be-done about Florida's tax aitQa By' laying pay
month's visit here in the home of no vlrt, ,
Lion, the Dally News has pointed ting a stop to thatndQO
A recent Issue of the Ft. Lauder- Mr. and Mrs. Ford.-North Branch evasion
By ROME: C. STEPHENSONPresiJ.stAscerlrasCoskersA4soriari. insistently to the fact that the total pyramided)
1 r' dale 'News carried an account of (Mich.) Gazette July 17th.NOLLMANRAMFLEY Policy Commi** o>n .. assessment is less than $6,000- Lions cItizens burdens In, mneC
MARRIAGE OF MISS GtJSSIE tho wedding of Miss Helen Elizabeth of American Banker Association who 110 pay
+ W bf : SOME look upon unemploymentas 000 while fire insurance alone bills, County:;: their"
MAE BENNKTT AND BAN- Hinson of Ft. Lauderdale and Recommend. Aid amounts to $2,300.000,000'and It Assessor J. N
9+ i DOLII BORES SOLEMNIZED Stewart, Jr., of a social or political problem. Lummus. Jr., and
: Albert Courtney in Banking Collector
to Progress For them the remedy is compulsory has been conservatively estimatedthat Simpson have
Cleveland, Ohio, which took placeat Mrs. Sarah Looney Hamrlck boosted the ,
ineu.
: Bu the taxable properties of the tiona of
accumulat Ion
A lovely wedding of the early the First Baptist church of that announces the marriage of her state worth personal) axes to t,
6000000000.
I are
of more than
reserve 14
4; 4. 1i1 Bummer was that of Miss Gussie city, daughter nation-wide sur funds the This means simply that 90 percentof 1929 than times greater I
a > on for
of Mr, any of Mrs 1927
is niece
4 Mae Bennett, daughter Mrs. Stewart a Mrs Nell H. Rampleyto PLLOWINO aM the
''S :Mrs. Augustus Hazelton Bennett Fred Flume and attended Bradford vey banking conditions and Insurance principle the property Is escaping taxa- crease will be even larger

and Randolph H. Boore, son of Mr. High School two terms,' during Mr. W. H. Nollman opinion among bankers, tho Eco- ,through I tion or evading part of Its share. 1930 figures are complete
+ and Mrs. Dan Boree, which 'waa which time time she made many June 17th, 1931 nomlo Policy Commission 0" 'tbe" contributionsfrom Real 'estate assessments have; cbuld do even a better job wtSI

4; ; solemnized at 5 o'clock, Thursday friends who will be Interested to Sebring, Florida American' Bankers Association has the government doubled in the last decade, despite proved laws and would have b:*

o '41 afternoon, July 16th, at the First learn of her marriage., The above announcement will be made the following! reconunenda- the the fact that more than 7,000,000 centlve to try even harder If anti
J '; Baptist church. The ring ceremony The groom is connected with the of Interest to the many friends of;i I tlons for banking betterment employers, the acre, have left the tax books en- countjea) were doing the same 0

t was performed by the bride's Otis Steele Company of Cleveland, Mrs. Nollman. After a wedding I I{ "Under the category of Improved employees o r tirely, and personal property as- They have, however
all three. That sessments have decreased 30 'per pray
F pastor, the Rev. George P. Ray Ohio. : trip 'spent In the north, Mr. and conclusively that personal
(' bank: management specific Improvements will not meet cent during thia'perlod, despite the can be ta.
In collected.
mond. Following a honeymoon spent Mrs. Nollman will make their homein This
The Interior of the church was North Carolina and Washington, D I Sebring where.Mr. Nollman Is an we might summarize are: the present I fact that the population increased work, would equalize tax kind 1

jtl ; beautifully decorated with bamboo' C., the couple will reside In Cleve- attorneyatlaw.MR. "((1)) Liquidation or consolidation emergenK. SI.6 per cent, or 000,000. and, by spreading the tax ft1
)' + 11 1'' , ferns, pink zinnias, and crepe myr- land. j -- of banks' wh'ere changed local eco STEPUCNS&N; cy, slnea these The facts show clearly that tax property of those mm :ontrlbuUt'

S t -- AND MRS. FRED F. nomic conditions render this de reserve funds ,evasion by a large percentages of nothing or only a fra,-tlo0
have not been built and It ot ,tilt
tle.While would
up
Florida is
the were assembling sirable; property owners our Just share, would
,it' f r guests VISITORS HONORED STUMP ENTERTAIN HONORING lower ,
take years to do so.' At best this andivid
fi 4 1 Mr. John Powell, accompanied MISS MATThEWS "((2); ) Wider 'affiliation among plan could only become chief problem.: .Experience of other tax bills to point Ahere no
effective at
i t by Mrs. Dale Vansickel of Gainesville and Mrs. T. r wthU* Federal' 1 Reserve states, counties and cities shows would be hurt. Then.
,tl Mrs. D..P. Carpenter state banks : some Indefinite time In the auuWdlt'
+ ;'t. sxr sang "Until," by "Sanderson T. Long charmingly entertained Ferns and bamboo combined Systejn! :' ." .as against the return of another future catastrophe -; that this tax evasion can be stopped need of nuisance ta: es of sell,
.r ( / and "Oh, Perfect Love, by Bur- members of the younger set Tuesday with floor baskets and bowls of "((3)) Development of I ll'mltad 1 of general unemployment.Others by proper enforcement laws taxes that bear most' 1eavlly ap
leigh. The wedding party entered afternoon with a bridge partyIn mid-summer flowers lent an effec- look unemployment and officials who are .willing to the wage earner wm must"nil
economic upon
branch banking! where as
to the tune of the "Bridal Chorus", Flora of make a sincere effort to do their' most of his Income healttl
Miss
r honor of their sister, tive decorative note to the home make purely an economic problem, boldIng ann the
' conditions and legal authority
by Lohengrin, and: Mendelssohn's Belle Jackson of Baconton, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump when that the only fundamental duty. financial condition resulting 'Zl!
Pif e "Wedding March was.played all and Mr. J. F.. Carpenter of Win- they entertained their bridge club this expedient; Is in business stability.preventive I permit the destoratir, tl(, a stat
1I y the recessional. ston-Salem, N. C. Friday night honoring Miss Flor- "(4)) Amore general practice, especially It may well be asked whether Florida legislators, however, of prjvately-owned income It

t IP, + The bride was given In marriage A yarlety of summer flowers ence Matthews, who Is to be mar- lacking; among country either of these cures-namely, the seem too busy devising *new tax-producing property that vam" !(
1 ? j by her father Augustus Hazelton were used In the decoration of the ried in the near future. banks, to analyze the cost of Carry creation of unemployment Insurance sources of revenue to worry about ha been forced off the tax book

1 Bennett, and had as her.maid of large living room where the tables Fruit punch waa served throughout ing accounts and other operating funds on the one hand or the evasion of present tax laws. They by present Inequalities and ]ml! )
ji''i, honor, her cousin, Miss Jeannette were placed for bridge. Scores the evening from a table details and the establishment ot maintenance of everlasting business appear to be, in fact, reconciled to ment-evasion by those who coo f
m I Williams of Macon, Ga. Miss Mary were kept on flower tallies and banked with daisies in the den, proper service charges to make .all stability on the. other-do not tax evasion if they do not actually afford to pay.

Brewer of Orlando, was the brides. the prizes were wrapped and tied where Miss Lois Long and Miss classes of function profitable; present In themselves bigger problems encourage It. They say that a per- ,- '--

t maid. The little flower girl was In pastel colors. Marjorie Stump presided.The "((5))>A more'general .spplicatlo' than the problems they seek I sonal property tax cannot be collected Cocoa Highway beautiflcatiir
t l Sara Barefoot and Harold Boree,, I Miss Hazel Adklna won high and high score prizes were of the theory and practice of sec to cure. However I am Inclined tb never having tried to force through city under wuy

brother of the bridegroom, was the received a bridge set. The low awarded Miss Mable Weller and ondary reserves; the belief that the more practical .collection. Sarasota Bozarth Funml

ring bearer, I prize, embroidered handkerchiefs, Dr. E. L. Biggs, and Mr. C., A. "(8)( ) Avoidance by banks of undue approach to the solution of such They need'look no farther than Home opened at 915 East Mal\
1 Mr.. Boree had as his best man was awarded Miss Mary Canova. Knight and Mrs. Joe Wilson received borrowing merely to increase problems ,and the prevention of Dade county to find definite refutation street.

,+ Raleigh Thompson, of Jacksonville The honor guests were both pre- the consolations. A guest their own profits by relendlng at such situations as general unem- of their statements.In Fort Myers New fish
Hornet,
q and the ushers were Walter .sented. colorful beach pajamas. prize was given Miss Matthews. higher rates, or to' over.expand' ployment presents Is along the hatter 1927, Dade county's personal be erected by South Fish CO.K.
McDonald, Jr., and John Henry Enjoying this affair with the hos- Miss Marjorie Stump gave a delightful credit to local business In order to lines of economic foresight tax assessment roll was $7,961,158, Atlantic Coast Line Pier repliJ

Hemingway. Mr. Ray Boree of teases and honorees were: Mrs. J. reading "The Parson Pre- Increase their own business; rather than social legislation. which should have produced $500- Ing burned building at cost of $(34

t Jacksonville, acted" as groomllman.Miss R. Boring, Mrs. Clifton Brown, ferred Spot Cash." A salad course "((7) Cooperation ,among bankersIn National Foresight 000 tax revenue. Dade county! at 1

d 1 Brewer was gowned inI' Mrs. Herbert Durden, Miss Ethel was served. local communities\ / through city, Economic foresight Is conceivablenot that time was following the laissez 000.Arcadia J. M. Hall establishing

pink silk moire and wore\ a picture Griffin Miss Betty Chamberlin, The guest list comprised: Miss county or regional* clearinghouses only for Individual but for faire policy of our state legisla- grocery store here. I
) hat. Her flowers were pink radIance Miss Harriet RItch, Miss Mary Ca- Florence Matthews, Miss Ethel so as to promote mutually beneficial business as a whole. Millions of Individuals tors. It took what came and col- Sarasota A. Adkisson opeae.1
rosebuds. Miss Williams nova, Miss Hazel Adklns Miss Lucille Griffin Mr. Lenthal Wyman, Dr conditions and practices; and virtually all lines of lected only $32,001.70. sandwich shop.
i wore a lovely point d'esprlt, a picture Mitchell and Mrs. H. C. Wall. E. L. Biggs. Miss Mabel Weller, "((8)) The Insistence upon higher industry failed to practice it duringthe In 1928 it began to take personal

hat, and-carried a bouquet of -. Mrs C. C. Shepard, of Milliard Mr. educational effort and qualifications recent prosperity.The taxes: a little more seriously and

d rosebuds.The sruruisE HANDKERCHIEF L. D. Vining, Mr., and Mrs. O. L. among employees.. especially those public welfare of the United collected $101,154.82 out of a to- 1
II. E.
little flower girl wore a SHOWER FOB ENGAGED Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, to be trusted with executive duties.Legi.lativ. States demands that Industry as a tal of $$596,136.06 taxes due. IAGERGUEN 1I
frock of green organdle made In COUPLE Mr and Mrs. S. L. Peek Mr. and whole I
vigorously and sincerely d9- 'In 1929 the first earnest effort Sun'cying-LenUng
Colonial style. Mrs. J. E. Wilson., Measures Proposed"These voto itself to the development of to; collect personal taxes was Mapping I
The bride in white are some external measures,
was gowned Mat-
Honoring Miss Florence .
plans of economic foresight, aimedto made. Out of $558,388.49 due from
satin made with a close fitting along moderate legislative and supervisory Sortie, Florida I I'v
c ,
thews and Dr. H. B. !McLendon MISS MATTHEWS IS prevent repetitions of the present personal taxes, $457,000 was collected -
waist and long full skirt. Her veil lines, that we also believe
whose wedding will be a social HONORED \VITII PARTY
unemployment situation. The gen a gain of 400 per cent in
was of filmy white tulle, fitting the event of August, Mrs. J. S. Blitch would help strengthen banking. I eral outlines for such plans are collection in one year.

head in cap shape and' fastened entertained with a bunco party and Mrs. T, T. Long. Mrs. D.: P. Car- Among these are: I clearly definable. They demand that For 1930, with an assessed val-
with sprays of orange blossoms. surprise handkerchief shower at penter and Miss Ethel Griffin entertained "((1) The broadening In the statesof Industry adopt a long range view uation of $8,709,046 on personal G. StringfellowRadio

Mr. and Mrs. Boree left Immed- her home at the State Farm Satur- Friday afternoon at the branch banking laws where conditions point and lay out its production and 'property, the tax yield should be sets and aerial IntttalH Q

iately after marriage for a wedding day night. home of Mrs. ,Carpenter, honoring warrant an extension of this distribution plans with the thought $$624,918.65.. More than $500.000 of adjusted, repaired
trip. The bride travelled In a The-lower floor of the home was Miss Florence Matthews, popular type of 'banking service to the that It Is far better to have a long this already has been collected and Member of National Radio Intltute -|

i frock of blue georgette and her hat .opened enaulte and presented a rich bride-elect. public; period of good sound business activity returns are still coming in. \Vuttlilngton; D. CPIIONB
and accessories were In blue. setting for the profusion of garden Baskets and vases of zinnias and "(2) The establishment of sound than a short period of frantically 105, STAKKE, FLA.

Mrs.. Bores has lived In Starke flowers, with roses predominating, pink roses made a lovely background minimum capital funds under which over-competitive endeavor This Those who do not this
J all her life, and for the last three used In decorating for the 'summer frocks banks will be allowed to operate I would tend to lessen over-produc pay year

years has been a popular memberof Punch" was served during the I worn by the hostesses and;t their which should be'materially higher I tlon In various lines, .to prevent
the faculty of Starke schools. bunco games, at the conclusion of guests. Miss Matthews wore blue than now prevails In most states; over-expansion of plant capacity, to

She was graduated from Bradford which an Ice course waa served. lowered chiffon,. blue picture bat specifically, we believe that the avoid over-stimulation of public
a County High School, also attended The Ice cream 'was moulded In the and slippers of b.lue; : An orchid minimum capital with which any buying and above all to avoid pe BIG SALEPURINA
'.tho Florida State College for Women. new bank shall be chartered whether clods of
shape of wedding bells and the Individual voile trimmed In point 'd'esprlt, slumps and stagnation.For .
_ _ cakes iced with the monogram with slippers to match was worn state .or national, should be at business, too, there Is a part
j The bridegroom attended Robert "M.: 'The favor which consisted by .:Miss Griffin. Mrs. D. P. Car least. 760,000' ; In such a conception of economic
E. Lee high school of Jacksonville, of novelty wedding bells and penter was gowned in a model "((3)) The provision of funds and foresight. It should aim to cooperatewith FEEDSAT

la a member of the Mohawk Trojan lilies of the valley carried out the of block flowered silk and Mrs T. regulations to keep the official staffs Industry In its endeavor to

t Club,. and the Baptist Evangelistic pink and white motif. T. Long wore flowered voile with of' all supervisory departments up avbld reckless over-production and CAR DOOR
i Brotherhood. He 1 Is engaged in :Miss Thelma Brown and Mr. J. black background. to a level of ability and integrity over-selling the public.In .

business In Jacksonville. R. Kite received first prizes in the After several progressions of that will\ universally inspire con II. this picture of national eco
Out of town guests attending games. The two low prizes were bridge, Mrs. Nat Sternberg waa dence among bankers whose activities nomicprudence, banking and TUESDAY JULY 28th
i t the wedding' were: Mrs. C. H. Williams awarded to Mrs. Carl Carnes and awarded prize for high score, and they are empowered to review finance, too, have their place. Their ,
', and Misses Jean- and will supply Teat added !defenses effort should be to Influence the use
daughter O. Blitch.
Dr. C.
Mra. Fred received low.
ette and Frances Williams, of Ma- After the awarding of the prizes A bridge tea F. Stump set was presented to the public interests!.. "'they are appointed of credit and other financial facili- Fresh Feed at Greatly Reduced PricesBuy
to protect. ties Into channels of sound
con, Ga.; Mrs. Alfred Aenchbacher Mrs. F. O. Wilder, of Jacksonville, Miss Matthews.A I! public Tuesday at the following, which are 20e per sack less than
t of Covington Ga.; Miss Mary gave a reading entitled, "Romanceand salad course was served, min'iature ,"((4) In connection'with' poll economy I have consistent with the attitude our regular stores prices on PURINA CIIOWS, and lOc Ira <00
Mr. and Mrs. cles of bank chartering departments I already sketched for In.
Brewer of Orlando the
: after which
Marriage, used
bells as '
wedding being\ single 'Ingredients:
dustry and
D. Boree, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Car- hostess entered with a parasol favora. we would, recommend: that, trade. All finance

e ter, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thompson, handsomely decorated 4n pink and The guests were: Mills Florence even to a greater extent than is now 'whether current commercial banking Purina Growena, per 100 Ibs. ___________-______________ '3.l0

Raleigh Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. white, with a large tulle ,bow on Matthew, Mrs. K. S. Matthews, the practice, the greatest care and or Industrial Investment bank. Purina Egg Chowder per 100 Ibs. _____?_______-___.__ '2.M
Ralph Roberts, Mr..and Mrs.,., Joe handle. Suspended from the parasol Mrs..A.; Z. Adkins, Mrs. O. L. Beas- moderation should be exercised\ .In lug, should seek by their influenceIn Purina lien Chow, per 100 Iba. ____.:___*____________ R.25

Dowling, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moore were pink ribbons holding ley Mrs. T. B. Maasie, Mrs E. M. granting new 'charters: so as to build granting or withholding credit to Purina Lay Chow per 100 Ibs. ______JL,.____.__________. '20M
and R. J. Jordan, all of Jackson handkerchiefs for both bride and Johns, Mrs. Fred .F. Stump, Mrs. guard against over-banklug or the a sound economic situation., Protena Scratch, per 100 Ibs. ____-_-. .;.______________ *-M

j ,ville., groom; elect. Nat Sternberg, Miss Betty Cham- launching of new banks by unquali The Individual \Mutt Help PURINA OMOLENE, per'100 Iba. ___--_______________ ,2.20
S The guests were: Miss Florence belin, Mrs. S. P. Vandtvlere. Mrs. Led persons,' which have doubtless Finally, the Individual too has a Protena Red Kettle, per 100 Ibs. ________________--.-- $1,80
;lln. AND MRS. O. L. BEAS'USY Matthews, Dr. H. B. :McLendon, B. S. Carroll of Daytona, Mrs. H. been failure serious situation factors In the bank place in any such plan of a sounder Purina, 24 per Cent Cow Chow, per 100 Ibs. ___________ Jr?
in the
4ti ENTERTAIN Mr. and Mrs. F O. Wilder, Miss V. Knight, Mrs. Frank Carpenterand past. economic future for the United Protena, 24 per cent Dairy, per 100 lb.. ,_-----.;.-- -. J-.
it+ d sr Thelma Brown,< and Miss Brent Mrs. D. C. Forehand, Mrs. A. "((5) Also,' referring to Federal States. It la the duty of the'Indl- Protena, 16 per cent Dairy ________________________ '.
r I Complimenting'' Mr. and :Mrs. Wood of Jacksonville, Dr. and Mrs. D. Gault, and Miss Flora Belle Reserve practice not requiring legielatlon vidual to make every effort to take Western Yellow Corn, per 100 Iba. ________________-- *)1.80

Gua Beasley of Goose Creek, Tex- S. P. Vandlvlere, Dr. and Mrs. C. Jackson of Albany, Ga. we believe that the Federal care of himself and provide for him White Clipped Oats, per 100 Iba. _________-__-_____ _' 'I.}?:?
; as, and Miss Florence Matthewsand D. Whitaker, Mr.; and :Mra. J. G. Reserve flanks should exercise self. Neither government nor industry Purina Poultry Wheat, per 100 Iba. _________________ 3010' ??
Dr. H. B. :McLendon, whose Godwin, Mr. and Mra. Howard STRICKLAND-THOMAS more freely; their rights; to examine can do that for him. They can Purina Cracked Corn, per 100 Ibs :________________... !:
marriage will be an event of August Luck, Dr. Clifford Blitch Mrs. Carl banks and use their discretionarypower give him the opportunity to succeed Purina Wheat Bran, per 100 Ibe. -: __-______________. $690?
>fr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Carnes, Miss Lll Maness, Miss Win- Mr. C. B. Strickland and Miss to refuse rediscount' facilitiesto but they can't succeed for him. He Purina \\beats Short, per 100 Iba. -____ f1,80

entertained at, one of the loveliest ona Kelsey.. Mr. Hubert Stephens, Ertna 'Thomas of Brooker, were banks Indulging' in objectionable must out of his own initiative and Pillsbury Shorts, per 100 lbs ___ _____.______________ $1.7
parties) of the summer at their Mr. J. R. Kite, M ,. Ralph Cox Miss united in marriage Wednesday afternoon banking methodsBankerFarmer/ ., effort .earn and create his own
home,, on Walnut street. Beatrice Cox and Mr. Jack Kite. at the courthouse Judge means and defenses against life's Lowest Feed Prices Offered in StarkeFor

r Floor baskets and vases of cut Oeo.. A. Gardiner performing the 'Plan requirements and contingencies. many years--on the Siding at Ice Plant
zinnias In MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER :Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Individual determination to pro
flower In which giant ceremony. SAVE
Buy at the Car Door and
vide against sickness
many colors) and roses predominate HONORS SOUTHERN GUEST will make their home at Brooker : accident and
i ed, palms and ferns, decorated the An editorial In Southern\ Cultivatorsays death by Insurance before indulgences
Ford and Mrs. D. P. Orr NOTICE comment in extra comforts and luxuries
veranda and rooms opened ensulte. Mrs. H. : "Favorable is being
A color motif of pink and white were hostesses at a very charming C. -' male Sipon the wisdom and prom. are given place in the family. Bradford County Farmers
was carried out and the scores unction held at the former's home AH parties holding keys to lied result of the hsrater-banker budget and indh 'ual responsibility -

were kept on tallies In bridal de- Tuesday afternoon, honoring their safety deposit boxes of Bradford agricultural program ,Jn Georgia to guard against the contingency
cousin, Mrs. Cbas. F,. Ward (nee County Bank are requested to remove Industrial leader And publicists, of unemployment by means of a Supply CompanyDealers
y yr' 'M When scores were totalled after Uglow) of Starke Florida a brideof contents of box and return noting that 115 of the 161 counties sound program of thrift and savings .

five progressions of bridge, Miss recent date. keys before August 1, 1931. in the state have pledged prosecution tlon are of to my mind the true founda In Purina Chows, High Grade ingredient & Fertilizer
Besides time in very JOS. E. WILSON, of the 'llve-at.home' farm re economic stability for the :MS*
Mable Weller was found to be the ', a spent United States STARKE, FLA. Phone 151 Nathan N. Pretatt
lucky holder of high score for the pleasant social intercourse, the 32 Liquidator Bradford County Bank. form, are regarding the working out u a whole.

ladle and Mr. Joe Truby held high guests In attendance participatedIn 7-10-41. of the plan this year as of more CARD .
for the men. Miss Florence Matthews a number of amusing games and Interest to American farmers than OP THANKS -- --- = --- ---

and Mr D. P. Carpenter received contests for which prizes were bestowed any developments of the Soviet five- We wish to thank through the
the consolations' Guest on the winners. year plan in Russia Agricultural Bradford County Telegraph, Dr. Wake Up Your Liver Bile

I prizes ,were given Miss Matthews, These were followed by the presentation d_ actuaries are of the opinion that If Biggs, and all the rest of our many
Dr. McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. Beas of a musical reading, Georgia farmers, backed by our co friends who so kindly and willing

_ ley, Mrs. A. D. Galo, Mrs. D. C. "The Old Family Album," enactedby operating bankers and supply men. ly assisted us during and through -Without Calomel
Florehand and :Miss Flora Belle Mra. J. A. Marshall, accompanIed Mr. and Mrs. Austin ,Winkler, demonstrate the expected economies the serious Illness of my wife.
Jackson. Mrs Beasley was assisted by Miss Myra Snow, and by a lion July 19th. and profits 0: this homesupport John.Spence and family. ----- _

In the entertainment of her dramatic reading, given by Mrs. Mr. and Mra. Allan Nolan, Law- plan It custom will quickly alt over becomecontagious the agrl 8. And Tool] Jump Out of Bed II thta bile Is sot flowing trWy-eoot
eo"
guests by Mrs E. S. Matthews. Ralph Gardner. Mrs. Ward,. the tey, daughter, July 19th. 6>Mt It-! II j.0. J.- 1oa7. .k
TbS guests were: Mr. and Mrs. guest of honor, was then "shower Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman, be cultural the writing areas of of a the new nation.'declarationof It will SPECIALWe in the Morning Rarin to Go .. btoHthick 4> y- -"- ,a.. k""s

Gun Beasley Miss Florence Matthews ed" with a variety 'of lovely and Lawte>', son, July 20th. 0 ,bed t.w...r.-1InadI1o W.6
1/ Dr. H. B. McLendon, Mr. appropriate gifts from those pres- Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Starling, Independence farmers for the IndividualIst have "Specials" every day If Tea fed soar and mink and the eft.- ..... ... .. w-w-. 1's..GAJtT ....
qf the '
country, putting '
_ _ i and Mr.. T. T. Long Mr. and Mrs. ent. These were each accompanIed Lawtey, son July 20th. In all kinds of furniture. It will world loookspunk,don' *waHow a lot .... ....ksllee's s1 id.TA-
them solid terms of credit and of
upon MR mineral
ff} Y D. P. Carpenter, Miss Flora Belle by a,bit of original thyme: . },fl'. and Mrs. Nick Thomas. prosperity without need of recourseto pay you to Investigate our bargains tanUy! *or, chewing water, oB and. laxative ..nteyta..-..... titrrNeiuIrdi

( Jackson, Mrs. A. D. Galo. Mrs. whose reading evoked much merriment Starke) lion, July 21st. federal or state /Oaanctat relief and convenient payment them to mate TOO gun.nddenry expect vet _..., d hl
C. Forehand Miss Mable Weller, on the part'of the guest Mr. and Mra. H H. plan. UftJLnu.a.-
flyo : Colley, soar measures The man of.the soil who a ad booyaat and fan of unsbine.IW ....
Mr. and";Mrs. Harold Wall, Judge A most delightful two-cours. July 17th. live In and out ..........ga.L.Yr.d'.51.s ..
served the hostessat ;year year 'on his CASH OR CREDIT they cant do tt..Tb cab) ..... ....-. .
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. and luncheon was by Mr.: and Mra G. Summerfield own*, will stand np U his community y a. 8 ---
Mrs. H. V. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. six o'clock:and at the departure,' Penney Farm, son, July 22nd. a* an economic freeman, : aaovs the bcnniI' tad ft mats 1D fto' .....--.retsawaaasaaag
making DENlIARKFURNITURE ...
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J. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. numerous and sincere good wishes his tY...
own terms with the world ef d.nisei
Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. were extended to Mra. Ward who, Delray Beach E. B. Nichols: finance trade." CO. ,....fw "'" ad ...... --.a..i/aar ed u rgiselss.e
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Knight, :Mr. and Mr.. T. B. Masale, during this and many former visits purchased: Interest In barber shop and T. C., CHASTAIN. :Mgr I II hw a IIIaIIW paord ... ... tar...r1a ....-ttrr.

1 Mr. J. .1. Truby. Mr. and Mr. F. F. In this*vicinity. .baa formed warm formerly owned by Joe Hambrick. boabolo7owDoanl -,_ilef Fb e.s..1)eN.

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5252525 SS S SZ5 Qhlpley Improvements being Orlando Orlando Dally Newsto
ter, Mrs. 'M. ,C. Stith and children
.SUCCESSFUL made to building occupied by Chip- newly remodeled Ex-
occupy'
and Mrs. J. E: Futch of DeLand,
1 LA'YTBYM. ley Hardware Co. change building corner Jackson
1 1local who is'Mrs.l1 Brgwnlee'selst6l. HOMEMAKING .. B. B). lIu...,., Cor. Tarpon Springs Dunn's Bar' stret and Orange avenue.
Bits of '\ .
Mrs. Hilda"Williams of Lakeland ber Shop moved to new quarters In West Palm' Beach Constrwc- '
spent the week-end with Mr. ty OCACI VIALt OKAY Miss 'Leulla Tatum of DeLand, Leousis building, 208 ant Tarpbn tlon of dog track and other Improvements
P. E. Canova. She was accom- \la visiting her sister, Mrs. O. W. street, to Belvedere Park by
panied home by Miss Bunny Ca- ARE YOU,_"'OSPITA.BLE? Roberts for several days. Jacksonville Post office department M. D. Carmichael will total about

NeyjjteConcerning nova. Are you h'O"flU.1. 'e7'j.:Jfy"7n" -the Mesdames R. R. Thede and ElTte leased portion of brick $230,000 according to announce
good oldfaslilmnedWhy' fwhich Miner were visitors to Jackson- building on Houson and Stuart ment. ,
Our People Business andPror. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand the South Is famous*" If not, I expect villa Tuesday. strets to be used as extra space for I
daughter Miss Mary Brown- It is because you feel swampedwith W. C. Wooten and Mrs. Enoch government garage. Arcadia Scholssbert Limit
...i of the County and Town. lee who have been spending the last the ninny deiunnds that, modem Grlffis were business visitors to Stuart Recently constructedpier Store, West Oak street undergoing .'

four weeks In Black Mountain, N. Twentieth century living puts Jacksonville Tuesday. at foot of St. Lucie avenue. general remodeling.
C., returned home Tuesday. upon us u'om<"n; and have just Mrs. H. V,' Skipper of Jacksonville now in use.Jupiter .
ii' fallen out of the way of' extending is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sound Mr. and'Mrs., StarKe
EvBATHOI!: REPORT Senator A. D. Andrews of Lake Mrs. C. C. Shepard returned to share informal your Invitations meal, whatever to friends it maybe to :E. E. Burney. Joseph Verner Reed will erect equipment installed in Gaiety Thea-'

Butler, was a visitor in Starke Sat- her home In Hilliard last Friday.She OH a few minutes',notice. Professor Beacom and wife were $100,000 residence here.; tre.
starke branCh U. urday. was accompanied by Mrs. Jas. If this Is what ling happened to Shopping In Jacksonville Saturday. Construction underway 6n new Final link of highway NorasTe;
piled Departmentt by Shepard and Mrs. C. A.Knight who you, why not get back Into the hut Mesdames O. W. Roberts and south Jacksonville .Bayard short tween Palatka and Grandin openedto
trY July 22, '1931.. Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Price and spent the day there. "*""' It of easy pltallty. right awny Fd Bennett spent Saturday In route to St. Augustine. travel.
k ending. J family of Jacksonville, are spend and start tonight by asking 'some Jacksonville.
mte Max Min' FTeeip. ing several weeks at Klngley Lake, Mrs. Lamlra Murden ,who ia one to drop In thud take simple";ot luck meal?" Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burney spent STEAM PRESSING COMPANY .
Serve tho regular, I! '
91 '7S: spending several months' at Day- you were planning, only nmke It a Saturday in Jacksonville with her J. Frank T/ioman, Prop; c 1",. ",
18 92 71 .30 Mrs. T. T. Long of Live Oak was tona Beach, and Mrs. B. S. Carrol, hit more interesting and appetizing parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Skip Phone 52 :, 1 ,,"P
17 74 the guest of Mrs. T. B. Massie who resides at Daytona, were visitors by the addition of one of the many per. ,
18 98 95 74 .31 Tuesday and Wednesday. .In Starke for the week-end.* Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Moore have _no _ - ---
19 returned home from a delightful
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20 03 74 .2T Dr E. L. Biggs and Mr. D. A Mr. Ernest Dowllnff who has 4 e+ trip to New York, 1-1022

21 89 88 7:5: ..03:4i Montieth left Wednesday for a visIt been the guest of his sIster, Mrs., , t t! ,l Mr and Mrs David Moore spent
22 -: ,,of several weeks. in Canada. W. E. Mlddleton. sailed from Jacksonville Saturday in Jacksonville. r
left TuesdaVllatka. Tuesday for New York Miss Beatrice Miner has returned ATTEND OUR JUBILEE
G M. Inman home after a delightful visit
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and City
nephew, McKay, Johnson, visited 1r with her uncle, Mr. H. Miner, In
relatives in Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs. Allie Law and Mrs. Frank ) tY Jacksonville
llnd: ;Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent Orren, of Wider Haven, are guestsof W, C. Wooten and Dom Frigo CELEBRATING 15 YEARS' OF

\at Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wright of Mr. and 'Mrs A. E. Wall. Mrs 4 were ''visitors to Starke Monday.
Williston, were visitors to Starke Orren will be remembered as Miss Mrs E. Griffia was a business FRIGIDAIRE ACHIEVEMENT
Middleton spent the visitor to Starke
Hazel Monday.A. Doris Law. Monday.
Dd In Jacksonville. fa. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colton and
D. Andrews of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Knight and l' baby, of Jocksonville, spent the
it V Knight attended courtla was a business visitor to Starke son, Claude, of Bunnell and Mrs. J. week-end with her parents, Mr ANNIVERSARY
Monday. Saturday.G. M. Knight of Lake Butler, were ; and Mrs. Chas. Dinkina. '
I' nil
guests of Col. and Mrs. D. E. .
Hid Mrs. H.-A. Bishop spent W. Hinson of Hampton, wasa Knight Wednesday. GIFT TO ALLVISITORS.
Gainesville.and A limestone spreader, owned by a
In 1G9
oDI8Y business visitor to Starke Tues-
bank in Illinois, Is rented out to
.
Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Abernathy of
;;;;; visited day. farmers for ten cents a ton, and .
Mrs A. S. Crews Daytona Beach, were In Starke ; .
also a phosphate sprender at five it IDAIkIaM
Uville, last Friday. Mrs. W. M. WImberly and daughter Sunday afternoon, guests of MrAbernathy's cents a ton.The .'UmcBtone'projecL" 'rl
Freddy, returned Wednesdayfrom daughter, Miss Inez
wait tue principal contribution of Interesting demonstrations.
:; several
A Z Adkins spent Eustis where she has been Abernathy.Miss ____.._ _"_' _m.m the bank to banker.farmer work,
|m Tallahassee last week. visiting relatives. Fenella Snyder returned Orange bread It'unueual.conom- during 1930,'and was carried on In t y I I Special terms of only $1O 1

I and Sirs. Charlie Johns and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollmar Wednesday from Jacksonville leal and quickly and easily made. A cooperation man trained with, in the the testing Farm Bureau.ot soil, ,I is ''ilgl'ry; ;lg1'I Il rr) down. And a special Jubilee
for 2 self-ris
lere Sunday guests of Sena- where she has been visiting friends, The recipe call. cups q; a raltwv3
were the week-end guests of Mrs. : I I iIIe.,
anil In the making of soil was
flour, which Is readypreparedflour. maps fqfN '
E. M. Johns Miss Lillian Gar- ing !! utI I'lhoItl itl offer to all who purchase now.
mi Mrs. Nollman's mother, Mrs. S. F, Ham- accompanied by Thl. explain the reason for employed by tho bank. The unit ja

rick. rig, who will be her guest for two the ease and quickness of, pre para- maps used covered forty acres, on I sn! Arrange to be our guest during -
L D. E. Knight spent k
weeks.
and Mrs. tii
and .. .tlon. which 23 surface tests were made at h 1 lilt jAcia.t!
'eekend in Clearwater Mr, and Mrs J. J. Canova have mathematical: point. At five other this anniversary event. a;
[tterslnirg. from Friends of Billy Graham will re- quick loaf brands tliat ('11IJ rondo
returned their wedding Journey points three tests were made-surface
and are spending a week al' gret to know that he Is ill at St ItinoMitlon with Helf-rltdng In homo Hour baking., the newest sub-surface, and sub-soli. The

I D E Knight was a profes- !, Kingsley Lake. Vincent's hospital, Jacksonville Orange! bread for' example.( Is. delicious completed map allowed, by varying
visitor in St., Augustine Reports received from the hospital and him the merits of being shadlngs of rod, the points. which FRIGIDAIREGUARANTEED
lay. Mrs. Ellen Hammer of Kershaw, Thursday morning state that his economical, 111I11'k'111' / <1 dimple. If needad limestone. Arrangementswere
S. C., who has beeh visiting Mr condition shows improvement. you will follow this recipe exactly, also made by the bank to have
I and Mrs. Gus Beasley of and Mrs. F. A- Sweezy left Wednesday you will have a aplendld( addition 1.)meat one shipped in In car lots for FOR 3 YEARSSmith's ;
I Creek. Texas, are the guests for McIntosh. Mr. and Mrs.. E. !ol. Davis and to the e\enlng meal Unit will give sale h farmers m needed. ,
I and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. little daughter, Jean have returned -I It nil the HourlHh of a HpoclnJly

Mru. N. D. Wainwright Sr., left from a visit in Virginia, North I I prepared! "company" dinner: Clearwater Proposal that Service Station

[ Charles Beasley of Winter Friday for Miami, where she will Carolina and Washington D.'C Orange Bread. Plnellas) county purchase Seminole
i,\IB spending a few days with visit her daughter, Mrs. D. T They spent a delightful week In the 3 tb.p. fat ,' the rated Point site for $900,000 veterans'
lllrs. O. L. Beasley. Clarke. Shenandoah Valley.. H cup sugar rind of 1 or- bureau hospital, being considered Starke, Florida
.1 CUDS ..elfrl.lnll'OIII' runic
"'H oup nut by County Board of Commissioners.
i Clyde Mosely of the Stale. Congressman R. A. Green and Little Miss Lora Miller Frazeeof 1 cup milk till meats brok- .
twu a visitor In Starke Fri- Mr, Joe Davis attended the Suwan- RIchmond Va., Is visiting her 1 elUC' ,,ir, ,n Into small
nee Press Association which met) grandparents Col. and Mrs. J. L. H orange cup candled pelor ,I, ,piece.
Frazee for several weeks. Lora |
Ilt ,Ellaville last Friday. ,
a lea Rigdon visited friendsNava Miller, though quite small, made Jn.t: together thn" fat, sugar nnd
i In Lake Butler.. andrd Senator E. M. Johns, Rep. N. D.. the trip from Richmond to Starkeall flour; add the milk and ,egg. heat SPECIALS --- FRIDAY & SATURDAY JULY 24.&25
Monday. and Mr. Owen alone. until well blended;,, add the orange r
Wainwright, Sr.,
peel and nuts. Tour the mixture'
Griffin spent the week-end In Into a greased bread pun and bake
Carrie Compton of GasJ.N Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. RIgdon had In a slow oven (300( degrees 14'.t! S
,C,Is the guest of Mr. and as guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs for an hoar.
IF.F Flume. Mr. aid) Mrs. A. J. Williams andlittle Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville, Mr., Sounds (easy doesn't It? ,It Ifll l TIP TOP Grocery
I' son, of Alachua spent Thursday and Mrs. Wasdln of Graham Rev., And remember, self-rising flour
|,and Mrs Guy Parks of At- with Mrs. E. M. Johns at her W. M. Moody of Lacrosse, Rev. ,needs-only one sifting and no huk
Ga., last week with, of lug powder and snit are needed, ne
spent lake home. Llge Anderson, Rev.Lloyd Johns
Kingsley blended the Ilowell Nasworthy Owner and Operator
thpy ore already by
d 1 lira. Parks.
W B. I Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Corbettof
.mUler In the correct proportions
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkhis And Tampa, who will visit here for ,." "oN,." Jersey Lily Pure Creamery TjiE--VEIlY--BEiii'' ---
of Del .
S> Catherine Phillips several weeks. e
l the aunt, daughter, Margaret of Gainesville,, Frostproof _, I m p r ov e meats
of her
|W.L Wall.guest were guests of Judge and Mrs. A. made to store room occupied by Butter Ib 26c Grits or Meal 10 Ibs. 25c
Z. Adkins Sunday. NOTICE OF SCHOLARSHIP Powell's Men's Shop. ,

Joyce Reed of EXAMINATION State Road Department, will pave -'
la the guest of her Tarpon aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennis of ->_ Road No. 89 from Okeechobee to i. 'YIlte-Lil Compound Sugar Cured, Smoked --Best- Grade "-White t
Miami, were the guests of Mr. and Notice Is hereby given that a Indlantown this summer.
IE. M. Davis. Mrs. J. W. Morgan for several regular examination for scholarship ,
Lard Ib. lOc Bacon lb. 17c Bacon lb. -lie
days of this week. win be conducted in the Coun- II : - - -
ty Superintendent's office on August DR. R. W. ] ARTIN
NT Mrs. C. W, Morgan of Ft. Pierce, 11 beginning' at 9 o'clock am. > ry4
L WORD Is the guest of her brother and sla- for county scholarship In the'University DENTIST Beat Grade Snowdrift of PaGold :.

tef-ln-law iMr. and Mrs. A.I., : of Florida. To be eligiblefor Phone S3 ,Hoars{ 0 to a] f
COLUMN this scholarship one must be a Flour.241bs.65c121bs.35c61bs. 21c'i
Thomas.
Over Corpenlng's Drug; Store ; ; -
graduate of a senior high school
[SALE Missionary Straw- Mrs. Phil Bailey of Camilla Ga.. accredited
n Plants. Sam Whitehead, and nephew David Mozo of Jacksonville education: and a resident of the PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOUR 6 Ibs. 25cjl2 lbs.45c-247IbsT: : _.___I85c

f'Butler, Fla. It were the guests Tuesdayof county or district from which he _____________n ____ ___ u_ __ __ n_________u______ ___n_____ -_-_-_-_ -- -- - ---- -- \
Mrs. E. S. Matthews.Mrs. Is applying. Applicant must also 666' FREE 1 5c Package FREE 1 We Package
( SALE
OR TRADEGoodhorse
certif-
furnish character and health

work anywhere. O. J. Griffin is visiting In icates. No award will be made to Sunshine Krispies Palm Olive Beads
F Ie Box' 254, Route 2 Starke. Waycross Ga., and will spend a anyone who falls below an averageof _UQt'II a .....On......TA.BI.ET8n.I" or ,.,*...I.t. ImH
at Jacksonville Beach before 70 cent. Applicants are examined _1_'_ ......... Cold th. tint
while per day.. ... ,.".*!>. MaUrta l.. ...*.. // buy 3 packages Asst. //
3 bars
returning home. on the following high a,.... you you buy Palm Olive
SALE-Porto Rico potato school subjects: English Composition 066 Salve for Baby's Cold. Flavors, 5c each Soap, 3 for 25c -
Hugs inBradfoperrd de- Miss Ruth Sternberg who under- and Rhetoric, English and
red county Write went an operation for appendicitisat American Literature, General History """ .104 - - Fig Bars Zlbs. 25c P&CSoap,3forlOcRest

F 2:14: Route 2, Starke.: It*, Riverside hospital last Tuesday, American History and the ,,

is reported improving nicely. Constitution of the United States _
ATLAS -- - -
----lots In Peek's Ad- and First Tear Algebra. These I -- '
OQ to Starke, state ,road worth $200. Pure Cane Tip Top Special Daisy "
on Miss Kitty Hogsed ha returned scholarships are '"I'
to be hard surfaced.. C., A .after*a month's stay atJacksonville ; A J. Grlffis,. COFFE, lb. __ __ .,- 25c. CHEESE, lb. --1 '1
to 5 Ibs. 25c ---
ate; Beach with her aunt, Mrs. K. County Supt., Bradford County. The Standard Oil, I Sugar, RIO Coffee, lb. _.?_. 15c Salmon, 2 tall _?____
R. Lane. T-lT-2t. I J I
SALE STRAWBERRY TireGuaranteed -. -- .

woo.;T3., Mlsaionarry strain. $2 Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks and Year We BLACK PEPPER ___.._____ 5c 5c Safe II-Matches, 3 for______ We-

I 2k. S. R. Swindell, Theres-7.3.4t'SALE Parks their ,guests of Atlanta, Mr. Ga.and, spent Mrs. Guy several One 15c CAN CARROTS ________ We25c 5c SALT, 3 pkgs. _ ___ ____ lOc

.- : days last week at Jackson- NNNNN4fN1Frigidaire ASST. PICKLES, Qt. ______- lOc Pork & Beans, 4 for __...__ '25c

- 'Plants-,Mla in lots lonary of Straw-10,000 ville Beach. Peanut Butter, lb. Jar ________ lOc Snuff all kinds 3 for __ ___ ____ 25c

*f, thousand delivered. W :M. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. 15c Can Spinach for _...____.-_ 25c Over Sea Grape Juice, 2 pts __ 35c
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Sanford, Fla. 3t Florence Matthews -
Gus Beasley, Miss W
, -Pure and Mr. Charlie Beasleywere f Iceberg CONCORD


Id I I I.y,..2 or and JJ.1 m"es Biscayne buttermilk Jersey| milk Filling delivered, fresh Sta2 day. visitors in Jacksonville- Tues-I Youngest Fire'fighter'in anted the three electric year refrigerator guar--. Lettuce, head - ''I 12'/2c' Grapes, Ib. - lOc

h' north of Starke. H.. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnlpseed of America' ,

73Stbeen McIntosh, Miss Fannie Cromer and .. PI..... Iklfv, lira.olMOTT .... ,....... IVOCAUO
.. E-.1 have Miss Barbara Jane Saxon of Jacksonville .n-......... Tbto gift 4rtaMI JUICY _
. tie Informed by ', spent Sunday with Mr. -- ...r.w. ......... lad ....... Pears each lOc
:I Parties that my price has and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy. .... ad I ....llm ... t. ...... Ik* Lemons doz. 25c -
and 40 For sale bySmith's - - - -
.A bn3S cents for treat- aL-. .

I ,.2 5 Festively mistaken Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee TIle-...W.............Mt .f.a> FRENCH
cents
per hog.T. N. Keno their guests their daugh- J fir ___ M..1 III. Oversea -
have
J it.iALE as ..1ndr-. I..1... Baby

10. '! o T5. ,.. .. ........1J.l.. .per.Is. 'ServiceStation Sweet Peas No. 2 20c Dressing, % pt. 25c
r famous Just to Introduce Yq.....J_'--'-....SMek .....- can .. : r
II Indian River Fish .---r--.. --- -
U uday' a speclll1' ,Dancing Taught NEW YORK ''Yn
price wm be
n't t the first 20 customers.the I Ballroom, tango, tap eta Spe-1. HAROLD. C. WALL We Invite You-Location Between

//II PIae forget' date ,July 2 th. cial Summer! rat**. Enroll now. INSURANCE Bank and Post Office Celery 12 1c
Just 9104 Starke Fla.
back of j. C. For appointment, phone ,
I a Store. c. C. CrUfta.j GAINESVILLE. FLA. STARKE FLORIDA I t

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kj ; : Panama City-Mr. and :Mrs. J. Plant City Western Union Description s_ T. R. A. Ow.eR ..Ta-oe Co.t.; DreerletloB .ec. T. R. A. Owner 1

I W. Geller opened bowling alley on Telegraph Company repairing and NB" A NV4 of NW14 of 4

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Harrison avenue next to. Panama replacing company's lines in this SW runB323Yetolinethence Cur!of BW'4 of NEY.a NE tt of of SEVi I SKli of A H BWVi iii ft of ofWN4WA J

11+ + + t'7 1 Hardware Co. vicinity. N along line 10 nut 26 B II U Arthur ,.J
r 1 Weekly from Homo Demonstration yd. W UI "de to W Ih.e of"N3Vi""o"f"NW'viof Lee _

Specialist, Tallahassee 1 (CONTINUED FROM PACE 2.) of said BW\4\ of NEY NWVi. ---------28 6 SSSV4 T. T. -.1 f
thence S to b..Ifo-C A. al; 110 IIlackburn fI
of NIY46 of NWVi '-_28 6 21 ....re. S, I
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I Tax.* .0 b.lI. at NID Car of \ NWllt.Yf \ -S8 6 12 U R Ootb 0 If
LBrown
Deertptloa ..... T. n. A. Ow.. .. Casts NW' of SElla run 8166lt. A118IDV4 of 8WV4 1W44of Ry --i
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W no It N UII It m
14 of NWU of SBVi
A _____U 7 It II U. D. Dial --- IT. ex SWVi :-
no It to betr-I
CANNED FIGS Lots 1 I I of Blk IJ T.mpi. of SWVi-4 A A all

SAt Select firm, ripe fruit, and car tae\ .Addition of NWI4 to Starke.. art InNE4. NW Car% :::road. Ez: 1 A n...N1D..21 T 11 II Angus I1all _ __-:_ 11.15 of of SWVi SWVi of*>x SW-II-O SVi of NEW A f'

.I it at once. Do not broils the fig W 4 834 of SW\4\ also' beg aeW A ex 1 lot 100 ft an on N
while Green figs will & Nm cor of BE of74W34 Car of NE'4 of SW34a aide of SWVi of BWVi E

picking. _ -_--__u-I. I II S. W. Edwards _____ U.11 run N100yde.B 19yde of A adjoining road' rightof +
q hrivel, sunburned ones will be Lot. I I- 3 11 of Blk D RI.- H 100 yde: W 110 7d. way - ._____-- 18 B 22AU 11 J. L. ,
Grade the fruit and ing's Addition to Stark.In to beg. al'lo' beg at IUD cor HarrellJ. 8 Co
tough. pre- SEVi of BWVi\ H of Ry.-28 5 22BVi
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NWY of NW'k South of NW% of SW"V, a run N Lucy II'
cook from 3 to 6 minutes.This: will of NW _ _____81 I 11 15 S. M. R.441.b ___.____ 11.11'SBI 100 W 86 )'".. B 100yde of SBVi orSEVi\ ex SCorn Harrell'.
4 ; remove objectionable flavors, soften of NE &All 8WI4 lJd:. yydes to beg -___- 5 1 11 III D. E. Half _____. 11.05 at ft-NB lift cor, A oeeo 8_- 27 21 14 L. Harrell &. Co.Jamea .
of NEY B of public road Wy4 8E\4\ ,1' _
''i r4 ; the fruit, and facilitate packing N34 of BEY _____-37 I It U' Lee Morgan. -- ..... A In tNE Cot of NWy o tSffiy run W 110 ft ft
j a well filled jar. Pack the figs In NIe\4\ of HE" _______.___1' I .1 co R. C. Cone _______ 10.7aNF. \ ---_-11 7 11 11 Mra' Grade Ylaney. 1111 B 1ISO ft N 1920 ft to r
1 4 I qf 8W'4 ------------I. I 11 CO T. H. T..er _________ 1'.71J'iW N3 of NK of NW ex Es b.. --------------" ** fa Goo4f
Jar or cans, and steam for SO minute tt --------------U T 11 4G D. B. Nolan ______ I..t1 EY4 of Tot 1 4 & all lot 11 In .llow, _ ,

*. Add heavy sugar syrup and \yoofNNWy\ al.o. nom IS NW" of 8W'4 _ __.f8 7 11 CO R. T. Crouch _ __ 11.71 Lot.Woodlawn 60 63 A -E-%.of___lot__61--30 6 21 1* W. N. Norman r

1 1-2 hours at boiling. Use at Hw Car ,1 NW\4\ of Com on S line of NWY4\ of ....... ... '' --&_
r I process, HWy4'. run E I ohn. C. NEY" on W line of Ri'.rlaht 62 Jti, Woodlawn - -tf' S II 'Mn..J. L. Parmeeter I
the water In which the fruit was links, thence N CO de.ree. ,. of.way .It run N on SVi of lot 9 In Wootlta..n11 6 II IS. L. H. Hill _
a WVi of 17 A all 18 II
u to make the .. E.20nhna thence W' right of way 70 yde to apt lot. -- r
precooked syrup. 5 chn. tbenee B to beg- of beg thence W 170yd. S3 In Woodlawn -___St B 22 IS 3. C. CI.m"n" ;
Canned figs seem to be replacing It A also 134 A In NW 001'of N 114 1.01.. m "I 4yda Lota 49 64 In Woodlawn __31 6 S3SVi U W. G. Brooks .i
the long honored, though overly swy4 Of 8W4 _____.__U I J1 "W. M. Whitten ____ 40.11 to right of way \ of NWVi of NWVi\ ---SB 6 22 10 3am.. 30n.. ---I ,,
1 All NEy.-E of River NE14" thence S on right of way AU EVi of NBVi .A. NEVi Of ---1
sweet, fig preserve. of SE ex about C A for 111 $-6 :rda to beg _.3$ T 11 I Unknown _ ______ 't ..10N SEVi B of Rr ---- S SI 4 Mr. Lucy F. r

? Spiced Figs church cemetery & of NWVa __________2t 7 11 IJ( L. C. Smith ----___ ..... AH N I.. of NWU of NWld$6 Harrl| ,.
i +' BEY of SE" N of branob N4\ of NW'4 __ 11 7 11 40 Chu. M. KcKnn.T: _ 111.11 W of Ry: ex IV* A forcemetery .. t
Grade and wash firm, ripe figs NWY of HEY\ NJII6! SE Cor of NW34\ of I - _________IS S II "II J. L. Harrell i:
tr w Pre-cook them from 2 to 8 minutes of SW\4\ _ ___-------21 I 11 III W. H. Wbltt.n _____U.... Co".at N"Va! a rUn W 171 :yde Lot 1 Peetnvllle embraclni ft. Co.B _

fd ; k Into mixture mado SW\4\ of W'4 _:_____U I 11 4G B. V. Sturdlunt 11.11 N 111 yde: ID ITII ids it NI,(, of ItEY& NE" of
Drop a boiling N44 of HEy8 of SE ___80 II U 20 W. U. Wbltt.n _____ 1.21Hy 176 Os to beg-I A & NEY4 NW% -___-____- lilT :Mr*. Lucy F.
X36
i II of 8 pounds sugar 4 quarts water, of SHY, of SBI ___8G I 11 10 C. H. John Rents ___ 1.11 1 of KEY. -- ________U T 11 41 Unknown _ -_____ II." .. SWVi of SEVi of NEV4 Harrell __I
II 2 quarts vinegar', and 1.4 ounce NIt\4\ of NE% of N 1I% _11 II 11 1G C. H. Rents _______ 4." I BEY4 of S1tV _________17 4 U 40 K. C. Cannon _______ 11.110. SEVi of HWV4 of NHJVi A P
MW% of 8W\4\ or Lota; ___HI I 11 iii 3. W. Townsend ____ 11.15 'E' of IiIE% ---__-11 8 II CO B. B. Wllkln.oD/ ___ 11.110 N of NEVi of NWVi of
hi : each of whole cloves, cinnamon, EV of NW\4\ of NWy._----$4 II 11 JJ( Mn. IL C. Edw..rd. __ 10.0 I SY of NY4 of- NE% or SyS 8E NVi+ of NWVi\ of r I

'i and allspice In a spice bag. Boll 8EV. of NE'A' & N iii A ofNEY I of N\(' of lot. I, I los 6e NE of SEVi -__-36 ISII: >0 J S. Austin .
\ of BEJ\4\ __________U IS 21 1S5 W. F. I1arnalle ___ 57.278EY A In 'SW Cor _.________91 4 22 10 1L H. Pollard ,,_____11... WIAof BVi of SWVi of. -. --
e t}; until the figs are transparent, then of NE\4\ NE\4\ of 844 0' HEY\ of NW\4\ NY. NWVi ----------s 6 22B I
i, allow to stand over night. If the SE\4\ __ __ ______15 IS 11 10 W. C. Clemons ___..0.91 of NEVa 0' SWy -__:__... 4 2:1: 40 Unknown _ _____ 11.80 NEVi of 8EV4 A NV4 of NVi Unknown - -. _

I syrup is thin, drain off the fruit NW4.of8W34Ex5AInNu Cor _ _____35 I 11 .15 3. A. Harnage ______ 18.41 N Who/Ry NE\4&\ SEYof..x iota .NE 8 4. of SEVi of SEVi ___ I :22 BO Edw. A Catherine' F

? and concentrate the syrup by boil- NE\4\ of SWo\ Blk_S_85 I 21 40 T. N. Norman ________ 111.71 & W34 0' NEY AI NW34__ 1 5 U .05 N. T. Ritch ____:.__253.11 NV4 of E 1-4 of SW%- of Roger 8 Ki t

1 Ing. Return to the fruit, heat to E4 of of EY of NE'4 A BWY of NEW _ ______.______ 4 6 22 16 Mrs. Katie lfae.
jl ;
8 In H.II- fell t
lot. I 10 of Blk NE & E Of NW of of
SEVi ____ I
SWVi 4 6 S3a -
-
Y':& ' boiling and seal. bran Bpr'u"' In NEVI\ __IS .6 11 Green Mitchell ____ 1.47NWY NE\ & W of NE of BV4 of NEYof SBH .._____ 8 ssa 20 40 Inman'& Adkins
Ja.
_._ 1 8 II 40 Elam Lewle _ __ It.71 R Wainwright'
t 0' NW' NW 8E of NW II
W 8 A ot': 8W4\ of __
1\ } SWVi 6 22 I
Fig Spread sry of 8W'4 of-NEY 1 II 11 20, Kelley DeSue _ 10.0t W% of NW __ _______ I II 22 110 N. T. Bitch _____181.31 E'M of 8EU & EH of SB'4- N. E. lIIathls --- '- +

S' 1 Use the broken and over-ripe Eye of of RE\4 flWI4\ of SEY4__..__BEy4___..1 I 21 8G M.... Maggie m. Edwards 19.87 Nof BW34 5EWy4Ycx 16 Ain of BVfA of 8E% _.____ 6 e 22 88 N. E. Math! u+
i1 + figs. Clip off the stems, and run All NE'4' N -or -road _';;____ I 8 21 167 Mr. Annie n. Alvarss_ n.te m J6 of 8W% of 8B14\ & WJ4' -- -
the fruit through a coarse' food s1c34 of>> 8W34 ________ a II 11 40 Freeman Raymond 844 14, right of way).. lUG.. N. T. Bitch ______111... of SEVi of SE% -______- S e 22 80 Mlnery A King
Crosby: _ _ 21.44 Lots 13 15 II In Wood- SEVi\ of NE"E- of 8RV1 -1
grlnder. Measure, place In heavy I'flWU 0' AWy4 _____ I e It 40 W. C. Ward ________ 19.16 lawn _ ____________10 6 E. 4G Peter .7or..n.on ___ 11.80 A SWVi of SEVi A all S%
;t; alumnlnura kettle, and cook until 54 of 8WJ ______ 1 11 10 Empire Lumber Co. __ 11.11 Lot U In Woodlawn __10 6 II 10 Lacy Griffle _ ____ 1.11 of 8 SW of Ry-84 A--10 B, 22 194 Wm. E. Yarhrou.h
of Lot 11 In Woodlawn -----11 6 2:1: 10 Dr 010. m. Smith __ IS." EH of % of NWV4 A -
thickened. Add 1-2 to 3-4 measure 8E'S% of A.$1+..Yy.S4.of BEyYV yYV__ I I II 110 EmpIre Lumber Co. 11.51 Lots 33 40 49 61 In Wood.lawn W% of SEVi' of NWVi ....10 8 22 40 Mark. A Gilreath
l r l *e : of sugar per measure of fruit, and nyv of _ _____ 1t 6 II CO A. 3. Sw..rt. ___ IU8 SV4 of NWV4 ft NWVi\ of _
.
NNEo&" of Lot n In Woodlawn ___11 6 II 10 Samuel Clark _ :..__ 8.1' 8WU A WV4 of SWViof \
r 1 cook to 221 degrees F. Pack In hot NW34 & W\i\ Lot 55.1n Woodlawn _U 6 II 10 C. H. Addison ___ 111
_ _ I I n 110 3. W. Townsend ____154.10 SWVi WVa of EV4 ot
I + i, Jars seal, and process by boiling 8WWof SW\4\ _n___ 'I 8 U 40 Wliglne Bro.. _ 18." Lot 28 In Woodlawn __ta 6 U 10 Unknown _ ., ___ 8.1' NBU ol BWK --__It 8 23 160 Unknown _ ,
i _ ___________ T I .1 II' Lawr.noe WI.llln. ___ 1'1.10 Lot 49 In Woodlawn ___18 6 It 10 H.ttle Bennett _ __ 8.11 _
B minutes. This makes wholesome 81 W% of BWU of
a SEVI _____H 6 .1 20 Paachal
r __ i 11 411)) Empire Lumber Co. __111.1'1WoJ. Lots II iii In W.odlawn ___11 6 U 20 David L. Starling __ 18.U Bro. ___
4" spread for lunches, and Is FJ NEY4-ot. oIYNW% .'of 1 A In Lot II W of Ry ___.13 6 II 1 Cba. McCartne _ ".11 W EY Of NE.c of SW -11 I 12 10 Cameron Stove CII _
of SWVI of SKW 1 _
11 1 II 20 Cameron
t NY4 of Lot. T 8 ID Woool- Stove Co. _
used In and a 8W* of NE\4\ .
fine cake
when
fillings NEY4 of 3 6. It no EmpIre Lumber Co _,___IOI.U lawn ------l* 6 II IG W. H. Robln.on _____ 1'1.1' SEY4'ot SBVi A NWV4 of
+ tee cream. NWY4 8EV.---- Lot. $9. 42 In Woodlawn33 6 11.0 3. M. Truby _____ 11.11 8 Y "--,"__"-__11 II 80 Wra. E. Yarbroufh
flY, of EI&4 _____________10 6' 11 .0 81m Kelley _ ___ fT.n W v4 of- NEY4 of NWY4 of r
SW\4 10 A In 8Wy of SW34 of BE\4\ __.l4 6 II 10 S. Cline 5,72
of \
NEY NW ex of 8WY4.10 .6 n 10 W. C." Ward ..... Lot 16 In Woodlawn ______U 6 II 10 3. S. Starling _____ 8.11 SW Vi A a strip 40 ft-wide a
\ --- W
HEAVY: CROP OF ARMY of name ______ 8'21 6 John
NW\4\ Cor&ye4sY: __ W. T. 11.11NE Lot. 20. 11 In Woodlawn _It 6 II JJ( 3. A. A.p..ren ___ 18,89 "-- of J. Conway _
40 E NW4
WORMS LIKELY TO DO ,* of NE"", -__ x--11. S $$1 XI''' oggie ,Edwarrds 1t.1.NEVa Lot. n 44 In Woodlawn __It 6 11.0 3. M. Truby _____ 18.8t EsVviNB ________U I 21 B J. O. Luke _____
Lot U WY4 of Lot U InWoodl..wn
+ DAMAGE THIS SEASON .
N 111 .d."Ex
of ,
y W.d.NWVa ex. ____11 .I It 10 m. 3. Lewl. ____ ItnW ________15 6 II 11 John S. Tyler .01 SWVi of SWVi of NFY4 .
of NW" ___11 8 It I' Unknown _ _______111.11 Lot. 15 11 U In Woodl..wn15 6 II 10 D. L. RIII.b ,;_ 18n SEVi of SBVi of NW%.....15 6 21 20 Mr. Josephine' Edwards
Lots iii 88 In Woodlawn _.16 6 11I.0 T. T. Blackburn__ 11.11 NEVi of SWVi._______w16 8.. 40 F. 1C. Garrett ___
Gainesville _ ___
1 Fla. Army worms h1 of NE\4.\ :._____U e It 80 Unknown _ 111.11N IWy4 of SWii _____
$0.18awve 844 of Lot 11 In Woodl..n15 .11 II Ii.A. Stocker _ __ e.ll --14 8 22 40 Mr.. L. A. Kuhl _
_ _
or ____16 S 11 80 Floyd Crosby
,/ have made their appearance in 'V. of NW NWYe. ______,-.14 .1 11 80 Lester Crosby _ 11.16 Lot 81 In Woodlawn _.16 5 II 10 A. H. Lewis ____ 6,91E I NE BE! of NWVi of SB ____II 6 21 10' Percy: Wllion Co. _

many sections of the state, and it NE\4\ of NlIJ\4\ _____..-.16 6. It 40 O. E. Crosby: ______ 1111FJ or Lot 10 tn Woodlawnn 5 II 5 Unknown _'_ '.11 1 AW of of SEVi SW%Of of NW NE! ,. ____11 11 I 8:11:II 10 R. J. Davie _____
N teems that they are going to be ___ ___18 8 It 10 Empire Lumber Co __ '11.11 Lot 80 In Woodlawn _____17 II II 10 Mr.. Roea Wagner _ 8,11 I NE of NEa.. JB. oNWY 10 J. W. Edwards _. r.
I NEY& .. NW'" of Lot. :u It 25 18 In Wood-
of NE
abundant and do considerable dam N1c44 of NW'/4 __11 d It 110 Empire Lumber Co ___ ",ItFOf1JW lawn _ _________n 5 II fO 3. W. Wagner _______ 13.10 NWV4\ of SWVi 0.1 NEX13 II 8 II 13 80 Green A Mitchell __
age this season J. R. Watson, entomologist % "W y.of SI1I; 8 11 110 Empire Lumber Co. __ 19.011 Lot 14 In Woodlawn _____10 Ii U 10 Unknown _ ____ lI.n I 8% of NEVi of NEVi\ _\_--___U 1 6 U 20 10 Harry R. J. Davl O. Strochfeldt________ 1
EK of NWY W44i of NEVBEaYiot E% 0' BWy4 of 8244 8244of
with the Florida Experiment : SW\4.lII\ 8 It 400 Empire Lumber Co. __ __171.18 SE'4 _ __________.Sl 5 II 80 James Oooolf.l1ow _ ".18 !, SVi of SWM of NEV4 B of .
( Station, recently explain. duty.34 o 1-8 InSE 8WY of NE% _______U II U 40 Mrs. m. R. Harmon ____ 22,60EN road A NEVi of SBVi *
Cor of NE\4\ of BW\4\ .24 8 It ISO A. F. Marcotte _____._ 19,17Blk. of NE es NElla of all NWVi of SEY4w: B of
ed. Most of the damage will likely 0 15-J8 lots In Croebr Ey4 of EY ----2 5 II 10 Oeo F. Young ______ 1S0.18 public road %, of
r be done to meadow grasses, but Lake In NEY4of WY4 01 BElA or NWY .__-22 Ii U 10 3. C. PrevaU _______. 13.11 SBVi of SEVi\ -------___IT 6 28 100 J..M. Truby ___.____

late corn, peanuts, cowpeas, cane, Sec; 24 :'b;:NEY4 of __i5 8 11 A. F. Marcotte ______ 1S.17 W 1.4 of NW'4 of 8E% also -. 9 A SWVi on W ex.aide N of 1 NWVi A \ for of

1'' DJk. 8 In com at NEt Cor of SWo church _ '_ ______.__17 a 22 S'
t and other crops are subject to severe by Lake Shore s In SEY4\ of NEY4 "un W NW44ofSWYezW9- Annie Goodwins _
attack.' of Boo It In NW\4\ of11 8 11 Mr. Sane Rallis ____ 1S.07 rde thence 8 10 rd. W 113- NiiAA8Yof8WyN A A
131k. 2 U-18 lots In Oro.- 1-3 rde to W line of said ex6AInSWCor&NEy.of
The caterpillars are light greenIn by Lake Shor. In 8Ey4 of forty thence rdeto A
9AWofPu
color with prominent dark S..o 14 In NBI'4' of ___II 4 n Laura M Dauber ._ LOT S line of :al.10fO SWVi road In NW% of SEVi 110 A '

stripes down the side and a light Dlk. 15 8t-IO lot. In Cro.br .- thence Et 10 :rile N 80 rdsto WVi of SWVi of SBVi\ _IT 1.11 164 .1:' C. DeBevolM __I
Lake Shores In SEY4: beg ._... 21 5a ISO H. D OlcoU ___ $6.92NEY4 *
yellow stripe down the back which S..o 14 & In NE" of11 ,8 11 SImon U.low _<__ 11.17 of Wr8W & ; EV4 o NBVi of NE'420 8 22 20. Truby A Hercules' _
Dlk. lot. In Cro.- Wu of WY4. of NEY4 of All road NEVi" of NEU EN
forks It reaches the head and
as Lake bhoree In 'BEY4of BWY4, _ __________11 5 U JO Mab.l Walnwrlllht __ 17.49 V <140El2ff10of.idt0( Sarah: R Robinson _
makes a prominent 7. They travelIn Sea kl"C & to NEY4: ot86 8 11 Mr. Eva Drhebols _____ 1S.17 E3.4 of NY4 of NW344 of ex

armies, and as soon as one field Blk JI 1-1'1 18 1'1-18 lots &lots Bike each 4 II 11 IIIU1k NNA of 6wy
Ls destroyed they move on to the 11-11 lots & Bike _ _____ All BE'A. of RW j4 S of road.2G 8 28 IS R. F. Demerit ___
NW 44 ____ __23 5 12 4 0..0. F. Young ________ 9.02 I4WY of SW'4 ______ _
87-0 Williams
next. 12 13 18 18 81 18 ----- 8 22 40 1\re. Louise
5 II 10 000. F. Youngs______ 16.89NY4
of SBVi ISV4
It NWy.23
lots each" Frael Dike 8YNy fNWy'of E'tI o: SBVi ex
The qulckets to check thispest A __ ___. _ _
LakeHhoree 8 :28
way 80 31 Crosby ___ o 18 Roy Edwards
e II:: 24 or 8Wy of NWK 13 5 IJ 40 Oeo. F. Young ____ 83.83
on like peanuts, cane SEY4 of Sec Lou 1.23478 of Blkl of SEi4 of SwVi" ex 1
crops
of ________---26 1 11 0.0. A. & A. M. M..rcotte 87.10
In NEY4 Town of Lawtey weet of lot In NE cor W of road.21 8 82 20 J. W. Edwards __
etc., Is to use a poison bran bait 8E __ __. ___n d 11 .0 W. 11. 8mlth __ It.'IINW All HWY of BW% B! of '
N',4 Of Ry _ __.:_____-.23 ,6 II Roi I1..ddl.h _ ______ 16.86Lot.1$4517ofBlkl pub.
a 7' made by thoroughly mixing 25 ',. of $W4 __.__.-___ 6 It 40 W. 11. Smith ____ 1978NW 110 road Ex about 5 A In
bran of 8W, ___________19 a 11 to Empire Lumber Co. __ 19.71 SB cor A All NWVi of
and 1
pounds pound paris NE44 of FEY _________19 6 11 40 W. H Smith ______ 11.11 Town of Lawtey W..t ofwRlis swy B of road x tin
green, and moistening It. This NBV NY4 of SEV. -____80 6 11 140 Empire Lumber Co. _102.11 i1 'tOf;; kiU IS U Mrs. Sa.. Ooodfellow 14.11 NB por A 11 A :W ld.21 8 22 47 Mrs. Agnes Simpson -
: should be to About 11,4 A In SE Cor of : All SWVi\ of SWVi W of ,
I enough spread over sEY of HEy4 N of Ry--.3. I 11 1 W. S. Rob..on ___ 1.81 town of Lawtey West of 1 public road -_ __ -_--____21 B 22 IS Roy Edward _ _
five acres. NWVa of SW44 _________11 I II 4' S..rena Johnson _ It.11 it?. - -----Sil1own ll 5 U Mra Louise Lowry __ II." NWVi of NWVi Ex I lot In
_____-36 6 11 II X. 3. MoRes ___ 11.18 Lots 1 2 3 4 of 1 NW cor ______ Hercules _
2 NEVI 21
If the grass attacked will not be All Lot Lots or 844 II I of T B or Fred of lAwtey west of Ry __II 5 U 3. 1f. Reddish _____ 110.15 1V4 AT com -105- -ft---W--of SB 8 22 40 Truby A

cut for a month It can be dusted 844 8 of Ry---_ ___--__ I 11 121 W. M. EoI..ard. lU.OG LotslTSofBlkl4, cor of 8WV4 of SWVi *
with calcium or lead arsenate or N'4 of N44 of Frael NE,* __ 1 1 11 III W M. Edwards __ 11.11 town of Lawtey w..t of :. run .N 110 ft W 115 ft S
Ky IS II 0.0. F. Young ___ 11.1.
AI Bike n II 8amp.onClt 1of B cf'i 'W iu -'- I. 210 ft E 315 ft to beg __21 8 SlT I Annie Coleman. . >-
the bait may be used. In case off K. Varn... 1.10 Lots of
4 1 11 8 _____ NWVi SEVI of BWVi -__..21 8 22 10 0.0. H. WellerB --
west of 11 I II
La.wt.y Ry 0.0. F. Young _________ 4.41 'Com
to SW Cot or 8WY4 of at SW cor of 11 A
grasses be cut soon or citrus I A In a
____ 11 I M. Vannes _ ____ .... Diet Lot 5 Town o1 Lawteywest tract of
Hwy- _ ______ 4, 1 hind formerlY'own.d
___ _________
of Ry 11 IS II
a cover crops one of the fluorides or >jtoy Reddish _ ____ 9,011)ot56ftN&Sby100ft by P. C. Ooodwlne
fluosUlcates should be substitutedfor ADoflNWY4e Noy\ N ofRy A run E alone 8 aid of
the arsenical.If I of Ry ______ 4 7 11 I W. 3. Rob.r.on _-_ 4,20 10 & W 8 of Hotel lot exelotllftN&BbyOft aid land to SB cor of
,( \ A8y.\ N 1-4 of Sarah Scott's land. South
the grass Is about ready to WY4f fNEo&_______ I 7 U 10 W. 3. Rob.r.on __ $$.13 Town E & W of In Lawtey SE Cor. of west.ame of variation W about 105 .

mow it may be cut at once and the W of NW\4 of 81744 __ I 7 01 10 Henry Tomlln.on _ 10.09 Ry ___II IS U 3. L: Itarrell & Ca 11.$ yd* to a po.t. thence NW
I NW\4.\ of.NEY. _____-___ 1 1 40 W. L Dearer .. 15.71 to beg In NBVi of BW4el 21 I. John Powell (col.) _
worms will not the cured -- One lot on State .t 51 n N .
damage All )Ny\ \ Lot. 1 8 of Blk 1 Fln hurt 0
bay., If a second crop is desired It branch.. 9y!wNW'of\ S 7 11 110 "I'' M. m. OOodg.---.. 11I.11 aSby100ftB&Wbounded N by H.... M. a.BrownTown I.' Development In NWV4 of .
SW\4\ of NW & NW\4\ of __ B 22 Thorn- -
will be I' ---- -- W M.
necessary to destroy the s.4 S ''I 11 I. L. L: Leac II.IT of Lawteywelt Lot 1 of"Blic"1 Plnehunt '
n WY.01 of Ry _____11 I U 0.0. F. Young U.II ,
The will BlIJ v Development
worms. caterpillars ma- N of Lots 4 II I Town of Lawtey ; in NWVi of

r ture in a week to 10 days, after 6WyI of Nr _834_ of 11 1 11 10 W. C. Bt.phen.on '0.11B m of By In S.c. 13 14 IIIII IS II -. D. Co Kinlaw. _-=--_ 13." I Lot SEY4 6 of- -Blk- ---1--Pln"hur.t-----.31 B 22 Unknown - l


f week which are they ready pupate to begin and laying in anothr the %of 01 NEliA N1t44 of NE'4 NEY4\of&SE"II NEY4 7 11 100 B. O. D.al ______ 151.0' Lot Ry Lot In I 8 Town Town S..e. 13 of of It Lawt'iy Lawtey 15 ____m m___of of_11 I II 0.0.:1': Young .41 I, SBVi Development__ __ __In__NWVi__- --.21 of 8 22 C. Letach _ ----
I
of NE NW Y4 Lot 10 11 18 PlnTTNW'V
All SWY of BIle 1
;f next generation. This second brood of sm 8 of Ry & SWV Ry In S.c. 23 It 85 ___28 IS II Un. H. E. Pa4..tt __ 11.11 Development In

will be much larger unless natural of $EY, ., _ r.-_____-_14 7 11 10 E. 3. King _________ 41." Lot 10 es 8 lots In SW cor | of 8EY -----_M 8 22 Unknown - ---
NEV of 8W344 ex 8 A InH 1011 ft by 110 It each town Lot a of Blk'J Flnehurit
enemies or control measures keepIt Car - _-_-_....li 7 11. II J1.! S. '__ 18.0. of La.wt"y E of Ry In Development In NWVi
in check. SW\4\ of NW'4 _______--18 1 11. 40 W. M. Parker ... It."$ Sece 13 .4 Iii _________28 II II D. C. Kinlaw 1IS.15 HEY., - -----__51 6 UJ.. O..o. F. Young --- P
NEY4 of NW'4" N14 of One lot 10& ft icaWby310ftN&S1nSWooroflot Lot a 4"B 8 of ink I Pine.

sE'\4.'\ of NW Y. ____...17 'I 11 10 W. H. Buebannon ".IT hurst Development In .
TRAIN SCHEDULE Eq of NW34 ______ T 11 10 Empire Lumber Co _ "..11IiIEJ14 11) town of Lawt..y E of NW% of SE'4 __ ______-21 6 32 Lula Mae Hutton -- a
of NWY4 _ ___19 1 11 40 Empire Lumber Co. _ It."$ fly In Sacs 23 It III ------l/ I II Mrs. AnnIe Lou 004"ln 14.11 Lot. 246675910ofBlk

We change schedule: Sunday, 7th W% of W34 of N"14= m Com 106ftBofSWcarof 4 Plnehumt Development t
I' 10 A of NWYa ______10 7 11 10 3. 1.1. Krebs ..... Jot 11) mutt N 110 It F.1 In NWVi of SEVi ____-"__2lWV4 8 22 Oeo. F. Young ___- -
t and trains wiU run as follows: 1011 It S110ftW 105 It
right ofBlicISofB8 W
NE34 of NWllless\ Ri
No. 1, southbound due Starke of-way ____--11 T 11 II S. A. 3. KcKlnae, 31' 18.11 to beg Town of Lawtey I BVi of Blk I 18 of R 4 '
s 10:35: : p. m. W of sF.l4 .____31 7 It 10 W. T. MeJllver , 118.18 21 n Ry in Sec. 12 34 260 II II Mr.. Annie Loll Ood"ln' .ua W In. Temple* Sub dlv 21 4 22 10 W. B. Kuhl ------
SW\4\ of NE\4\ _________11 T 11 811 3. A. Orav.e ____ 1I.1f Lot .Town of LawteT E SWY4ofBIk2SofK2W
No. 11, southbound, due Starke EoJ., of 8W14 of Nt4NEr .. of Ky In S.oe 13 It 26 __II II II Mr. H. m. Eolward. -. 11.15 A SEH of Blk 2 8 of R ,
11:52 a. m. of sW\4\ __ _II 7 11 80 F. T. Abernathy . "..ISWy Lot 11 Town of LawtoT j7 8.w In Tempiee nub dlv._21 1II B Mr*. L.: A. Kuhl -----
of IiIW"" 01 NWY4 _-t 'I It 10 Unknown _ 1'.09 of Ry In Secs' 13 It 15 __-26 5 II Mr.. m. 13. Harmon -- III NEVi of NEVi\ of SWVi -2:1: 8 22 10 C. ,R. Cooper ---
No. 107, southbound, due'Starke NW44 of NEY4 ___________11 7 It 40 L: 3. WJ'nl\ _ ___ 1t.1I. Lot U 834 of Ljlt 15 town EyofBlklBofRBF'7all A
of Lawtey E of
Ry In
10:30 a. m. Bile lIampton that 2
b.ng a eubdivofLot846&allLotS- Secs 33 24 26 wtmli IS II-D. Co Klalaw ___ 42,27 8 of R fOftlr.rfll:: In
No. 2 northbound due Starke Lot 1$ Town of
SWVi of NW% A N 87 ft
41:10: a. m. N of Highway a W44 of of ity In Seoe 13 It 8528 I II 3. A. W. IL Andre"s IS.U of NEVi of BIk2SofIt

Lot 'I _____________.13 7 .11 Unknown _ I..40 Lot 10 e. Lot 100 ft N&B i IB aU that portion of t
No. 12, northbound, due Starke. BIle r-II lots Hampton by COO It E & W In NW NEVi of 81k3SofRI
3:05: p. m. Shores baing a .ub-dlv. Car Town of Lawt.y m of B N Of half Sea line 8iI
t of lot. S 43&alllot6N By In Seo. 13 It 15 ---_-- I II 1\1'' AnnIe Lou Oodwln IT.0'1 all that portion of Blk S
E No. 108, northbound, due Starke, of Highway & 'V\i\ of Lot II Town of Lawtey Bof S of R 8 E lying N of

S:52 p. m.Starke. lot T ______:______. .11 7 11 .Unknown _ ..., Ky in cfIU ::T-EiIl II II Oeo. A. Anderson ....0 halt Sea line Temples Sub t4
BIle .J 11 lots Hampton Lo 16 Town div _ --"_.*_... 2 8 21 11 Unknown - -_
A Wannea BranchNo.
l4ho.... being a .ub- dlv.oflots$43&alllot6N. Lof Ry :wSne"flla'tmil: : II II Mra m. R. JIarmoll 1.19 NBVi\ of $EY4 of BE'4 ___22 6 S3 19>> J. J. Truby __-- t4rt
101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. 38 NH of SBVi of SWVi\ of

.No. 102 arrives 2:40: m. of highway & W44 of lot Lof wBn.cf2la''tS: mll IS II -_ lira m. R. Harmon U8 |wvi Ex V IVi A- SV4SEVi _
p. 7 _ _ ______13 7 -Unknown _ .... 60 : ----__ B2i 8 22 <4< Mole A Ell Graham rte
i Blk K 11 lotlll Hampton of RI In 8.c. II It I-II IS II 1\1''' m. R. Harmon 0.31 "of 8WH""o f" BJ'J'" A
Lot II OU. I A of
.ub-dlv. Sub Division In SW U of 8wJ4f.,
Closing of Malls Shore. being a .
of Late I t 8 aU lot East Lawte __ _ Llaale William. _ __' ..02 BEY -----------2 8 22 11 Mr. Edna Thomasr d
South II N of hlllbwa .'WY4 of Lot. 11 It 15 Otte Sub- Division NY4 of HEY cf! 8WY ex I A

,t Train 107 _______ 10:10: a. m. lot 'I _ ____ _13 T I' r..ado..e Gordon _ .... 1 In East Lawtey ___' __ D. C. Klnla" -. 13.81 In NW cor _ ---__- .. 8 21 IS D. P. Pullum __ f
RIle 110 item I Com at NE Cor of NW4 of flE'4 of NE1,4 or BE'4 ___
Lot 1 ot Jton 1 22 19>> J. M TrubY -
Train 11, parcels ______ 11:05: a. m Reach Wy of NW% Sec It run Ii to NY, 0' SW\4-of\ SE' % & 8
North W14 of 8Et4 of : Ae SE Cor of 'said 40 thence of NWY of HES4 & SE _
U & Eye of 8244 i S to land at L. H. 11111 of NB'4 of 8W ----.22 8 as 59 Mr. Edna Thomas' _
Train No. 12 Letters and
parcels, thence \V line of _lot SBVi of &RV. of byE
of NEY t a .trlp .alonar on __.18 1 U 19>> B. M. Thomas
__________ ____ 2:30: p. m. N aide of NEVI\ of BE" land 'lII0 It thence 8 831>> SBVi of NE& of & E e
.. bounded M by lake al1ln.1S 7 21. Eleanor T. Sharpe 1.11 ft thence W 100 It N 1000 of 8WY NEN1:' of
OEU
Train 108 5:30
___ ______ : m.
p. : -
Casino bath houw & t ft E est ft thence northerly _ __,- --- 22 I 23 11 Mr. Ella RIsdon -
Night malls closes ____ 6.00: p. m. grounds being about 100ft k 1000 tt thence E 136ft 7 A In SW cor or BEty of _

\Vanne Branch E & W by 100 ft N III I to bee .-.- iU-U 15 II Mr. 1D. n. Harmoll 14.11 NWY - n. II T C. I. Coopr ..
'It on Lake; Shore Hampton E N EY.8WY4 ofSWy NE'4 of NEE _ -----_ I II 40 OtU Leacb - -
Mall closes __.____ 7:00: a. m. Beach WuW of 81Y}+ ___ If I II I Young & Chandler ..01 12 A In 8W% car of 8Wj4 r

:Mall arrives __________ 2:40: p. m. & W4{ of SE34 of SW 1 YNEyE / W I A of NEY4 of NE'4 of N of 25 SW'4 A _ --o7_ 23 1 U 12 J. M. Trnby _
1 A B ST
600
boo 24 & Ei4 of SE' 0 81YY. --- ------U II JI I Nettle Bennett ft
Blue Bus Schedules : a a strip along N r NWY4 of BWaoNE' _It II II 10 0.0. F. Young :- 3.61 5.72: N 8 15 A of road of HW4423 __
..d. of NEIof tlE'4 NEY" of NEy4 of NW\41t\ II U 10 Co Co Gunter of publlo 6 22 28 J. J. Truby --
Southbound-0:31: a. m., 11:31: bounded 9 by lake aU nU 7 It n. L: Rile .: "..55NE4 SV4 Of 8W'4 of 8234Sw -__24 15 12 10 3. 8s. Austin U'I'll" NW'4 of NEW, A all WY4 of
\ of tlW\6 u: road .-.84 1 .1 II no B. NoJ..n' U.OG ffif Sill" of NE of 8W14 of NE% .. all JOy.
.. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14: Com 350 ft W of SB Cor of o_ _ _______U II II I L. JL Hill : lIS of SE'4 of NWY4 Not
a. 1ni SWVi\ of NBVi A run N W% NE" oWY4 _IS I II 10 J. S. Starling 1.18 public road NY4 of BE\4\
about 1085 ft the center BE'4 of 8EY4 of 8W1426 I It or NW\ _ U 8 II 7i Mr. Cella Cart r -!
Northbound: O a. m., 1:23: p. to 10 W. H. Andr.".. 13U: N%!. of % __ -
Whit
of a ditch running E) A An SW'" 01 BWY4 'of SE'4 ----U 1 II 10 J. W.
m, 4.07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a. W thence E about 140 ft W of Ing.ley road _II ''II 3f 4 A4a Andrews 4" Alla. W not rjLLT N __ r
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- a II 2T E. M. Thom. -
In direction
thence NE
+ m. a NE' of of SW"! '
-.' NV.gwt4 ofHW ". of SE"
alone the center of said In
a %\ A'7nVBt _
Tickets and Information at ditch a to the B line of 01 SEY4of sW4 W of Ry NW eor & 3 >r27 8 22 1C Ben Johnon - -

Smith's Service Station next to NBVi thence 8 to SB oor --I A _ __--________ '' 1 II 1:.'H. Hill i$3 SV4 of of SE.&NNE" A I
of said NBVi thence W to NEVa { I II 11) Arthur Lee ;W'4 4 of
courthouse. 844not ot1 1,12
b.O A also com at a. '" dwy ot- $E14\ - .

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1931 BRAbFOKD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN '
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for con ter, will offer for sale In front of fling West 1080 feet' thence South Taxes Trier
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i ah contract In cen the courthouse door In Btarke Florida 450 feet, thence East 1080 feet Description gee T. R. A. Owner Vests Description ..... T. It. A. Owner .; Cnmtm
lake during the legal hours of sale
artificial thence North 450 feet to i
of t Racing1 Association s to-wit, between the hours of 11 a. m. | < point of be Addition to Starke In of SEVi nf SEVi of SEVi--10 7 22 O.' K. Prince _______ 7.80 I
)'' awarded toG and 2 p. m., Monday the 3rd day of South.Rangee35 Fast. Also alllthat NWVi' of NWVi South of 6V4. A In HHVi of REV com

'Far* raot.. August" A. D., 1B81 to the highest Portion of the East Half of the Sth st ._ --____-__ __28 6 II-D. C. Jones .___ B.63 314<< ft 1. of BW ,cor of
Lassiter Construction and beHt bidder for cash the follow Northeast quarter of the Southeast Lots 1 8 of Blk C Rising's said BBVi\ of BEVi run +
Ins described property situated! In I Quarter of Section Twenty-three Addition to Starke In N 660 ft H 845 ft S 660 ft "
Bradford County !Florida to-wltl! lownshlp e. South, flange 22 East NWW of NWVi South of i W S46 ft to beg -..-_-.-19 7 23 5 Annlce L. Harper ._?_ 86,13 j o+ '
Cotton gin being The Southwest: quarter of the ; which lies South of Starke, Middle 9th it ________88 6 22 -S. C. Poppell ____. IS.'I Com at sn ror of Sea 19 A
cy experiment sta- Northeast quarter of the Southeast burg Publlo Road as now located Lots 1 3 3 6 7 ot Blk.. 1 run W 810 tt N 335.8 ft
at state quarter of Section 23, In Township. containing" Twelve and 71-100 acres Wynn's Addition '+ to to a pt of beg thence N
8, SoUth, Range Twenty-two East more or less Btarke In NWVi of SWVi-lS 6 22 n. F. Demoreit ___ 80.95 216.S ft K 105 ft B 106 ft5t.t",8
Blair re- containing; ten acres more or less E. K. PERRTMANi B $ 111.8 ft W 420 t
West Algernon Also Eleven Acres of Land com Special Ma.at.r. Lot 4 of Elk 1 Wynn's Ad ft to _19 7 23 D. W. Swindell ______ 16.03
contract for conln menolnir at the Northeast corner of dltlon to Starke In NWViof One A In BK Cor of of
8U E. M. JOH 8. Unknown _ __ 11.31 NEVi
the Northwest the SouthWest SWVi.\ _-_.,---2> 8 23 19 7 22 1 B. J. Smith ____ 457
office build- quarterof Solicitor for Complainant. of Elk BBVI of SEVi __-.___ __ _ i
ot'new post quarter In Section 17 and rnn- ._ 7-10-4t-7- Lots 8 9 10 to Starke 1 Wynn'BAddition In Blka 1 17 18 tn Hampton.18 7 23 -.1. H. McQruderH ____. aJ.81!

___. ____.28 CLots 23 IX. F. Demorsit _._._ 7.01 Lots 17 18 19 20 of Blk 14
Ground broken for I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE t,) NWVi A B of C BWVI of Blk 1 Wynn's In Hampton _ .___ 19 7 33 -.A. A. Durden ______178.78
Myers I I Lots S 4 of Blk I 14 In Hampton
ot new First Christian Addition to Starke In NWVi 8' Holloway ___.. 11.18 . -Alt 7 22 ._ Mrs. F. P. Croft _:... 18.75
nit Description Sec. T. R. A. of SWVi .. __ __ _______21 22 Boyd ?
0..1' Lots 8 9
7 of Blk 16 In
A Costsrun Lot lot ". ,
building. 4 NH of tract E Hampton __ ._ _______19 -7 28 Mrs. F..P, Croft _....___ 1.18
W ft ft E of Blk Addition
Quality Store. 240 ft 105 S Wynn's .
Acme Lots 14 15 ot Blk 14 In
Uh store- 240 ft N 105 ft to pt of tn Stark In NW'A of _ 10 Seals _... _.____ U.U
13' ______ 7 II W. a.
leased Hampton -
street, -Un. Marl La.one __. 31.11 -
fvf. 36th beg _ ___________.___28 8 23 E. U. Thomas ______. IT.05 SWVi - - --_ _._28 6 Lcet.657390ftlkl4&: \
BnMt to their present store 'Com at a pt 330 ft n of N .. Blk 3 Dowlln ', Sub' nt- In Lots 10 11 12 of Blk 16 In

used as warehouse. line of NW% of SEVi on NWVi of SWVi{ SWVi of Hampton _ --___19 7 U' A. A. :McDonald, -..--_ 35.53
Fruit E side of Church et & NW'.4 .--...---28 1 23 E. J. Dowllng __ 1&.18 N H of NEVi A SW% ofNEy
t"ort Davenport run F104ftS5234ft. W Lot 3 of"Blk" f ('\ty Pnrk right of
Association plans to open 104. ft to Church street Sub Division W. & C.'s dteess 3rot NlOVi 1 of iI
thence N along said st Addition to. Stark. In NWVi A in SE cor.SO T 23 135 Ines Ivey Pollard __.L_ 71.75
g house here. .62Vi. ft to beg _________28 6 22 :Mary M. Lea ___?___- 8.88 SWVi of SEVi\ _____ 28 6* II-E. W. Miller ____ 8.08 8EU of Nn% ._____..-SONK 'I 22 40 C. E. Harper ___.__.__ 19.2S
Beach Miami Beach ; W 105 ft of Fracl Lot C Lot 14 of Blk 6 City Park '4 of SEVi -___-20 7 23 40 W. B. mocker ________ 28.11 r(
,nl i of Blk 1 Ex S 52{Vi ft Sub Division. W. &: C''s IS of SEV. of SWVi
Twill erect $2,000,000 plant Original Town of StarkeIn Addition In SWVi of 810V421 6 29 Christina Kahr _ __. a.08 111 less.113A A In SI3 roe -20 7 23 13 Unknown _--_______ 7.80
79th street causeway NKVI of SWVi _______28 6 23 T-. Mrs. Josephine; Taylor. 2.92 One Lot In Starke bounded'' Lots B 8 Sub Div of SWVi ;
ng and this place: Lots: 5 7 of Rlk'13 Original N by O. J. Orlffln, H by of SWVi -20 7 23 8 John Bohn ___?___ 29.70 .
king Miami Town nf Starke In NEViCom Sharps land W by Walnut SEVi ex 8 A In BW f''

construction and alteration ot SW% _ _._____--28 6 22 J. C. Hunt ._________ 78.07 st 13 by Ry_?_--*_'::28 6, 22 UrL Eva Kllllan ___. 83.16 N1roo..f- -,-10 7 23 38 W. t.' Bun _ _____.. 19.53
I I approximately 39 1-S ft W of SE cor SH A In NWVi 'of"SWVi Sot 12AIn510corofN1334f,
aggregating of lot 7 of Blk 17 & run N i Madison ktown ns NWU\ . -__-21 7 23 12 L.. n. Kalch __ ____..... 7.80
fro announced recently at 105 ft W 80 !-8 ft S 105 J. O. Alvarea 'lies Blk t Nr NWVi ex 12 A!in SB .
and Olympia Beach. ft f In Starke Ex Ilot: )- In.. i; I or - -_---_-- U 7 23 88. Ines Ivey Pollard ...._. 32.04.
Beach to beg" Origina'Town' of NW cor; sold to ,J. L. I \, of RE&

V_ Starke tn NEVi' of SWVi 28 8 23 .Sam Rosenberg _ __.117.48 Peek _. __ ___-..__&__.8 8 22 fS. W. Andrews Jr. .144.87 8WIA.of NEW __-___31 7 23 60 VVm. Kalchreuter _ 32.04
|BTO DFiirons AND CItEDlrOR1 Beg at NW cor of Call & Lots 5 8 7 bounded N by SV4 of NW 4 I NV4 of HWVi '
Walnut St & run W on v Call St. & H by t-niirt St. & WV4 "f "HWVi' of SWVi & 4 p..
Call St 149 ft 2 In to apt In Cooksey's Addition to NVi of, SEW _?_____.23 7 23 160 Henry Friedman ....133.79
l.iliereby all of beg thence N 10S ftw Starke - -_-._---_._18Beig 8 23 J. W. Andrews Jr. _r.__386.44 SV4 of S92y4&E8.4of841' i'

'" Igatee.,glvdlstrllbut 18 ft SlOG ft H 18 ft a at NW Cor of Bay A I nf SWW _ _.-________23 7 22 140 Unknown ? _ ________ 77.93 S
In t having clalmedlherrt to beg In Blk 17 Original' -'-'-" Madison. strun N lOG SEW;. A NV4, 0:SWW ft SEVi i

persons Town nf Starke in NEVi ft W 830 ft to Brnadway a I -.. -......J4SVinf T 23! 280 ITenry Friedman __...122(9TSanr
ld hereblLrequledgto SWVi ; -23 6 22 D. E!. Knight -__.__--__. n.n Bt S on said St: 105 ft to NVi of N\rll.- ____96 1 Si 80 Count Lumber Co. 40.70 !
5 c claims duly authentl- ono; lot on N ftIE i'Call : Madison !St. thence 13 on . Wft of of SWW' __..26 7 22 .20 L. M. Andr.u _____... 9.71
li-tns Hon. Oeo. A. Gardiner, street B2V4 A W by said St 330 ft to begIn One A -n on, N side of SWVi
I of Bradford county 110 ft N & S bounded N by Starke _ -.I .28 6* 23 ';rB. Josephine Edwards 79.37 of NKVi: 13 of and adjoining
B Judge his approval within one Jefferson street W by One lot In Starke bounded ... highway '_ ______."(1N 1 23 1> Nathan 'T>u Hurst _____. 3.59 t,
Vom for ditto> hereof, or this no- land< of Vidn. V. MorganS H by W. M. Edwards S % of "SKVi' of'SE3498 7 22 20 Tyden Tarns ._ _._.__ 11.40<< \
lill be held In bar thereto. And by Call street &: E by by C. A. Knight I A lire I.. All NWVi of SWW H nf Ry ,
.
Indebted to said estateHIIFHIFF'S Blk 17 Original Town of W by Broadway -13AaaN34ofS1V34of
Non...! their .a14 debt.Ith Starke In NEVi of SWVi23 6 23 Sam Rosenberg. _ __ 48,76 Humphrey St & N by land of HWli _ __.____.?.__28 7 23 83 T. J. & Lucinda Perry -_ IMS ,

to the underllllfned.3r One house & Lot In nile 18 A. Y.+. Alvares ____.__28 8 22 W. :Edwards -..___ 7.08 All SWW\ of NWW S ofRy
of July A. D. 1931.MAMIr known Starke House Kx 1 A In NW.cor for .
as
day G RI F1".18.mlnl.trlltrlx bounded N by Call St W .. Com on Call St at SW cor 'w 1028 taxes, 20 7, 23 10 O. \V. Saxon ._____...l 111." Si
of land owned by Mrs' 8. All SWI4ofNWLiBof1Y -
of :Enoch:
E.t..te by C. L. Peek S by If. V.
'deceaaed. M. Wells & run N 180 ft Kx 1 A In Ncor for .
I
.1 Grlft'le. Knight & 13 by J. C. Manning to land<< of A. I... Alvares 1929 taxes _.. _ __
Original Town of _10 T 12 19 O. W. Saxon ________ 16.13
Starke In.NKV) of SWVi __28 e 23 D. K Knight ____. .125.48 then W along Alvares .. All SWH of NW Vi S of Ry 1i
SALE El 2114 ft of WV6 of lots If'- 121 ft thence S 815 ft tnCall Ex 1 A In NW cur _...__20 7 U 18 a. .' Saxon .....__ U.B3
of Blk 19 Original Town ttttl n.K': H no't Call ?f 1'J''. N{i! of NWH of /SWW:, of 1
St 118 I tn ,
HEW 1
A "f of
!: NEW SWVi\
notlc that under and by of Starke In NEVi of In NWVi of SWVt-_ .._ .28 '' 6 23 -. W. M. Edwards _._:. 64.46<<
of that certain writ of execu- SWVi _ _ ________.__28 6 28 D. C. Jones'___':"' _-__.. 93.06 HKVJ A 1SH' of SEW! of ... '
One lot nf landl('f l Btnrke .J f SEW --------3), SS 20 Dorsey Fort ... l
.
.,.,arinit dnte the 27th day of Beg 80 ft S of NE cor of S 2.7 'i'f:! that ;; of J --- -.:
S-ner. D., 1930 Issued under Blk 29 as extended on 114 ft N & 8 bv 210 ft H portion
A.
& W bounded 1(1r San-' NWV4 of NEW lying W of ,1 +
End and seal of the Clerk of Knsey's & run 8 91 ft : "
Court of Bradford counTrlila. i map : derson lane A S byIloyt B. A. L. Ry right of way.30 7 12 8 d. m. Harper ______I.? 8.a0'

,rcult. on that certain judgment W80ftN91ftEBOftrtobeg OriginalTown 'of .St _ ._.____":" ',..,_____38 8 22 Mrs. Mary Jane Oreen __ 17.05 Dike 8 .4 H Sub Dlv' of NEVi' -. l

I court wherein D. E. Knight Starke In NEVi of SW14-.28 0 23 A. W. Anderson __..__ 40.56 One. lot of land In BtarkA 4 of NWVi _. .__-. .30 7 23, 8 C. E. Itarper _____ 47.69
i ntlff and Hiram Prescott Isbunt EV4 of Blk 80 as extended, 262ftN&S by 210 ft Lots 1 2 a i 5 of Blk fr2-in

I have levied upon and on Ensey's Map ex S lOll 11V: bounded N by BtA Hampton _ _____-..__80 7 12 Mrs Essie SparkmAn ... 19.6J
tell At public outcry to the ft Orglnal\ town of Starke N by Sanderson lane ."98 8 23 J. W. Ilarrell ___-_-___ 12.16 Lots 28 45 6 7 of Blk 15 4
It bidder for cash In front of In NEVi of SWVi 28 6 23 -T. F. Iroum -------- 13,33 One lot fronllng on Broad. in Hampton __ __ __..._30 7 21 Hampton Development
Tulh door of the court house In Lots 1 8 5 7 of Blk-3 1-'ri" way St boTinilod N bv old ,' Co.TTampton. _ _ ___.___106.66
Bradford! County. Florida Johns Addition to Starke county Jnll S by land of + Lots84607\ &Ei3ftof
the legal hours of sale on In SEe of SWVi i___...-28 6 23 :Tohn n McKinley ___._ 78.07 J. F. Colley In Starka__...28 1 23 Robt. P. Jones ___.___ 28,73 lot :2 of HUe 29 In Hamp .
V the Jrd day of August\ A. Lot 8 of Blk 35 J. It!. Johns Lots 13 14 in 20 of Blk 2 ton _ ______________-__80 T 22 Development
Ill, the following described Addition to Starke In H. N. Dnwllng's Addition '_ Co. _ ,_-_._.____ IB.4
] lying mid being In Bradford BEVi. of SWVis._____-28 6 23 II. C.. Wall ______-'__ f.n to SJnrke' In NEVi of 9 A com nt Sw cor of NEW' .,

k", Florida to-wit: Lots S 8 of BIle 86 I. M. --- ----JO 6 22* R. F. Demorest -._,--- 21.04 nf NKVi A run N 184 yds .
Ino-elKhth undivided Interest John. Addition<< to Starke Lots 1930 81 92--Ri: 34 85 ; IT 8RB yds H 134 yds W {
,
(acres oft the southwest cor. In SEV of BW% 8 22 A. ''. \.nclfW'lIon .--,.__-- au 36 of Blk 8 K. N. Dowl.Ing's :33J:' yds tn beg ______ ...80 7 21 9V.. II. Maxwell. ..__.. S6.56 ,r
J North aiit quarter of forth* Lots 1 2 of Elk f-i-M8: Addition to, Starke NEK nf NWW & All NWW{
quarter of road and South- Johns Addition to StarkeIn In NEVi of SEVi __-____29 8 22 R. F. Demorest ..___ 18.49<< of NW'l n of Rv _____31 7 21 44 A. O. Thomas _:...__... 21.88 ;,
quarter of Northeast quarter 8E 4 of SWVI _______-28 6 22 D. C. Jones __.._____._ 77.07 One lot 105 ft sq In NW Cor Lot 7 of WV4. of NWVi ___HI 7 21 10 A. O. Thomas. _____.._ 6.14
1.lUtheHHt quarter of Northea..t.r Lots 1 2 3 4 of Hilt 18 ,
Lot 1cxN9lft&N19ft of )Madison A Orange Stein .
Park '
Hampton ] of
NI'JVl
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except seven acres off south of Lot 0 of Blk 1 Livingston Starko _________89 8 22 J. L Simmons -__.:__ 63.66 foIN'4.or Wen 81 ,ItI I of .
lln 10 7 south HVVVj ,0
VII lection township Truby &: Co'sA Bile 1 In da.kins Add to NWI\. &W3yofNW34of j. I .

eut.w. J. Kppisnao NEVi
As Sheriff Bradiord Lot 8 of Bile 1 Livingston NV4 of NWVi of NW'4 ___29 8 23 45 H. F. Demorest __..__ 31.56 Roy of NEVi: 4 NW'i -
i 7-J1 County. Florida. Truby & Co's Add to S 10 A of NWVi of NWVt\ & of.HE K A NH of NEVi oRB34
Starke In WV4 of NE'4.28 6 22 Q.' C. Livingston ______ 6.33 SV4 of NWV. ex S 10 A of __.___ .,33 1 21 100 Purilen Saxon _._..."T.90

kETo uKirrons AND citEn- Lots 4 5 of Blk 1 Livingston SW% of NW4! _.__ ...__SI 6 220 M. J. McRas __.___ 41.27 HWVi of NW-\ __ ___-34 7 21 40 Uurdea A Saxon ,_______ 18.117
ITORS Truby & Co's Add to. Com at NW Cor nf NEW of ,
Starke In WV4 ot NHi.i-.28 8 22 3. W. Edwards _____.__ 815.28 SWVt of SWVi &: NEV. of NEW & run S 8H5 yds WS51Vi "
"
|i Ire It hereby given that all Lot 8 of BIle 1 Livingston BWW A B'4' of SIP: of yds N 885 yds W
1 in legatees, distributees and Tmby & Co's add to. NSW A: NWVi SE' '[/ A 4 251:4 yds tn 20 A ftHEW .5
Vtniii having claims against Starke In WV4 of NKVi) -28 Lots 1 3 4 of Blk 8 Livingston A In NE cor of SK% of NW cor ft 3 A in SW cor- .
uhof.1. W. Alvares, deceas- 3 __ _. _______.nCH < 22 161 W. :M. Edward. _._ ".11I J
tmby required to present Truby A Co's swvi 32 A _ --?________._85 7 23 52 W. W.: Packham ._____ 26.98
JcUlnMuly' authenticated to Add to Starke in WV4 of of NEVi nf SBVi ex I 7 A In SB Cor of BWU of ;
loa OKI A. Gardiner county ''if- ------w-S 22 Unknown .. -..-.-.- lUIS about 6 A In RIO ror & SMi Nml4 _.___81 7 22 7 C. A. Younsjblood __ 7.70
lo/Bndford County Florida; Lot 8 Blk 11 Livingston;: nf.EM of BEVi of NEVi NI11of, NWVJ &: NEU) of
fit I Approval within one year Trilby& Co' Add in WV4 WV4 of NEVi of : 4 HW1 l I ttti hweof or this notice will of NEVi - ____._---28 6 22 Loren( Green _ ___ 8.78 A In 8W cor A N\lfy4 of 8W4* of NBvTEx, : 4 A for t

lid In bar thereto. And all per. Lots 1 14'& 8Vi of Lots 2. SEVi of NEVi __ __ ______*2 6 23 <47< J. T. Jones .__?_.._ 49.47 road ___--__.-..._.8 5 7 21 66 P. II. Neal ___.___ 81.4J
Indebted to said estate are reSHI 13 of Blk 18 Livingston 4 A in SW cor of NEVi of Beg t on W side of
to pay their said debts Truby & Co's Add to BBVi: com at SW fno"A ]ty :right of way nn Sea .
with to the undersigned' Starke In WV4 of NEVi _-28 8 22: W. :M. Bryan _._.... 88.93 run N HI 1-3 yds line & run N of right of ii
filrddayof July A. D. 1931. Lot 10 of Blk 14 Livingston Southerly 216 yds thence 'way 70 yds W 35 yda B 70
J. M. ALVAREZ Truby ft Co's Add to S 63 .1-8 yds to R line of yda to said Seo line I

N. \VAlNWHiaHT.. Starke In WV4 of NEVI -28 6 22 Verna. Johns _ ?._._ 14.16 said S8A.ofE34ofNEy4 e .thence R to beg-Vi A In
.Executors. Estate of J. W. Lots 13 14 of Blk 14 Livingston also \ HKVi\ of BWVi _._85W 1 23 C.' A. Tot .blood .__ 8.7'
H 11..S Alvarez deceased Truby and Co's of SEVi _. _._____33 6 22 7 Hill Investment Co. 1026 513' of NWVi\ of BWVi _.._.89BEVi 7 U 10 Clyde IIall..- _..._____ B.OS
Add to Starke.ln WV4 of Com at SW cor of SWVi of of BWVi. of NWVi Ex:

|CB TO DPHTORS AND CREDITORS NEW _ _________*.8 8 J3 Unknown - ___.__ 9.06 NEW A run N 264 ft H 1AinSWcnr&BS A .
Lots 8' 9 10 11 of Bile 17' . 830 ft 8-264 ft W 310 ft of NKV4)]' of NW t. nf 8W'"( ''J

Livingston Truby" Go's. to beg _ ______.___-82 8 22 2 Leah Gregg _: ___.._ "..18.1 IIW: 14 ofNW'.4! 01 i
lei [tote, legatees, distributees and NE'4--- ___________28 6 22 n. F. Demorest. _.__ 11..<<7 6 A _. __ _.._______$3 I 22 5 Unknown . ?__ 4.17 of
-none having claim. against Lots e T of Blk 27 Living Lot 8 nf Blk 7 Lincoln City' 1 sway of NWW ___._86 7 23S 1 John Hall _ .____ 1.5J
|><>le of Anna O. Murrhee. def ston Truby & Co's Add ln.SVi of SEVi W of Ry_,33 0 23 Clarence Osteen _ 2.46<< All 8V\, of NWW of NEVi E
-f hereby required to pre- to Starke In WV4 of NBVi28WV4 6 23 -_ S. J. Coleman _..:;__ 16.45 Lot I of Blk 18 Lincoln of lly -- __ _h_________ > 23 1Th.reua Turpentlns Co. 23.53
their claims, duly authentl. of Blk 8 Livingston. City In SH of SEVi W of BV4 of NWyW f NKW: Hx: W .
., Oeo, A. Gardiner, Truby &: Co's Sub Division Ry ___:83 8 22 Dan Jenkins. '_ ..._ 6.33 \ of NEVi: of
I/jUdgeHof Bradford county of NEVi of NEVi ____2S 6 23 Rosa Cos _.___..:_ 13.03 JV4 A"corn"at NW"eor of BED NW\ of HEW __ 2 8 22 75 Chan R. delsler ___ ".If
r'\> for >ls approval"within on. Lots 1 2 & E 88 ft of lots a NW% of SWVi\ ft rsn 8 on wSAofR, "" Of ,HW( ofNE4

I'rjm' dOle hereof or this no- 8 4 of Blk 15 & lots 1 2 Sea line to a post thence \ & "114!] of NW 3 8 23 45 R M. Heresy _?._-_.. 1890.
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held In bar thereto. And & R 18 ft of lots S 4 of Blk B to within SO ft'Of the r N Vi of NWW of ftW\4\ ____ a I 23 20 O. V. Waokerman __ 9.71
J none Indebted to said estate 18 Livingston Truby Sc '. center of Ry thence N Rog at a pt on W side of .
qUilted to pay their said debts Co's Sub Division ot NEVi Ity right of way on N
with to the undersigned of NEVi _ ._____-----28 6 22 Annie Coleman _ __. 40.56 ofrsaidlNWyof.SWy44\ line of Seo 2 A run H on .

"lira do.yof July A. D. 1931.' WV4 of lots 1 I.* all lots '. thence W to'beg ._____83 8 23 6 J.' T. Jones __.____ 5.97 r lI'.hko'lw.r.' 95 O"I.r.16yd.
**. D' WAIN WRIGHT. 84of BIk17&W4of. All NWVi of SWVi E nf Ry
FWntrator t I Estate of Anna O. lots 1 2 A all lot 4 of Blk .. Ex about S A In SW cor.83 1 23 22 H. D. Hunt .---___._ 23.86 line thence H on said line
L'18- Murrhee. deceased 18 Livingston Truby A : Lots 1 J of Blk 3J. M. to beg-8-4 A In NEVi{ of nA ,
Co's Sub Division of NEVi Johns Sub Division of _ __ ___ M 23 C A. ;
flCB!: or APPLICATION FOR of NEVi < 22 D. P. Pullum ____ 40.56 NEW of NEVi ___...-_J3 6 23 A. W. Anderson __-__._ 7.90 V4.._. _______:_____Jl_ 6 8 23 110 41.. V. Wackerman,__ 143.
TAX DEED Blocks 25 26 Livingston, Nay of NWVi of NEVi Ex 4 FJ} & E', of SE% of NWI4_ B S ti 840 r>. K Wackerman __117.00
Truby A Company'ssub A 10 a 22 640 O. F. Waokerman _1.1.CI
A In NW cor & Vi A In
lee
'I. hereby W' of N--------------:' of NW &
Given, that J. F. Division of NEVi of ,4
SB ft NV4 of SV4! of
on holder of Tax Certificate'h NEVi _ ____ ____28 6 23 Llvlngiton Truby Co. '.78 cor 3! NV7y4 of Rm'.4 or NWy &
17't of NEI4'.a: 6 23 24 John A. Morgan 19.02
NWVi ..___.
toe A-1U B4cf. $ of NW .
} of ;j
'I't day of August. A. Lot 4 of Blk 27 Livingston H A In NE cor, of NW EIYIe
rtlre I' has filed said certificate In Truby A Co's Sub Division 3.63 NWI4 _ _ __If 6 II I C: Powell ___.___ I.U 5Wy44of \.y4o f NE of Y YS
_
aM 23 8 23 A. O. Jenkins ___ _ N '
__
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made for of of NEVi 11 8 22 40 R. S. Zimmerman 10.93
NEVi
"e application _
,
eel" to issue N44. of NWI.4 of SEI4 _84<< 8 21 20 Idema Bros. _ __ U.t1 8-C of Nu of HW Vt& b..
thereon In accord.'th Lot S of Blk 27 Livingston S
RW\4 of NW'.4 ____.86 8 CO John B, Thomas ___ 22.1<<
aw. Said certificate em Truby" Co's Sub Divls \ .. of 8u of SEI4' .,_ ____ 11 8 22 120 F. B. Wetmer ____ IS."
_.__
of __85 S U fO Minnie
23 Leann Aaron. ___ '.81 SEVi NWI4 Oelger _ ___ It.71 W .7.t
:::llowing described prop. Ion of NE\4. of NE% ____28 g NWof BEI4 uf SW r
do to.Wlt.n! Bradford county; Lots 1 1 ol"E of Blk 22 Lot 3 of Blk S Lake Kings ..11 8 33 5 Unknown _ ..?____ 8.17
,
Livingston,Truby A Co's icy Heights No. 1 NEV4 130 ot 'SW'4 __ ..._:-13 S) 22 80 Salvation Army _ II....
fSUthhalf ' SouthweBt'qual'- Sub Division In NTJVi of of NEW w ____________36 S 22 Unknown _ ____ 1.18 ofNW34Ea10.11A
iRn JV of ___ 28 6 22 Llllle landers _ -- n." Lots 1 S 3 of Blk 10 LakeKlnll'lIl. SV4 e
: quarter. Section SI, NEVi - . Heights No.1. ceded to'Rosa Manning \ r

sin_ "South ItanaII. E..at, Lot 3 &N 25 ft of Lot 4 of NEW\ ,of NEW\ __________86 6 23 Randolph Clover _ ___ 3.47<<" AuII' 'Ii, 1909 ft. Ex 1 A _
to Moorer
4
a' "meat of of Blk 22 Livingston Tru Lots 11 13 of Blk 16 LakeKln.lay Ef A on H
Bald property by A Cos Sub Division ofNE'4 side N of lake ft Ex road

0?.,::"ot certificate issued. wag of NEVi ______-18 1 13 mm.Uua-h.!: __ '.01 NEW of NEVi Heights_____No.---3&1 1 22 Alto Warrick _ 1.81 right of way(ft Kx Ry
J.
I. aid certificate A. KIII.bre... Blks 87 SS Livingston Tru NWW of SWViEV4 ..___--1/ ,1 23 40 Asa Hunter _ ___._ 111.71 of way ______.__12 8 13 58 Mrs. W. A. Jones __ ".11 t
de shall be M side of
I'e. Sub Division of SEVi of
A Co's
according to law tax deed NEVi by of NEVi -28. 23 A. O. Jenkins _ __..... S1.S6 of SWW of NWViB __ I 1 33 30 Mrs. Leah Sapp __ 10.0' DeW% on N edge of Bed \ ,

I". / rel"n on the Ird day of Lots 14 of Blk 41 Llvlnsr- *yof. of SW_'._J t 2 23 20 J. W. Simpson__ 37 11 ford lake A Run W 110 ft
his. Go's Rub : of 8W _-, 32 10 Mrs. Acnes ___ N420ftFl110 5to7,4
4 26th day o{ June A. D. Division ston. of'N:14 of NBV4--J 8 23 Jane H. Franklin lUIS I SEW of HWVi\ of RB!] __.. f 7 S3 10 Ida Simmons ___ 5.46.<< Sec line thence B .420 ft

< Lots 1 3 of Blk .42 Livingston NEW of NEW of NW f 7 S3 10 Ida Butter _ ___ '.fll to beg __ __ __ _..__.11 8 32. 3 Larken E. Slsson __ ....
ri.i J-JV- ALDERMAN Truby Rub NEVi of SWW ft all NWW\ One .
acre s< parallel
: :14 . _ 1.76
ot NEVi28Blk 6 22 Unknown right :
!-1'3bofford County Florida Division of I RWV4ofME'4WofR'a&N with Rr I way In
'44 Livingston Truby \ NW cor of $14 ot NWj4..I$ 8 32 1 I7. ]]. & Bhellle G. Moorer t."
Ill,!: Division of I of Branch all Kvi of N'of N'1'4 __ 12 S
Sub
OP A Co's U. 10 C. U. Drake _.. U.U
APPLICATION FOR 23 O. Jenkins _ lUll of SWW N of .-- tat
A. SEW Bls
NEVi of NEVi ______28 1 or IiWI y of '" &ia
TDEED: branch _ _ t 7 22 IS H. L. Boss W2 1
"; SV4. o Lot 2 of Bik Livingston ____ .1.8.87 5ftofMEt4ofa .\f. of
qtr j I., AereDy:; '; Truby A Co f Beg 110 ft E of NW cor of ofVgN 220 f o N E41
of
"00. holder I given that JT. JP. Sub Division of NEVi of NWW of NEW ft run H 310 t f y4
iU"'tiT 6th 5* Tar: Certificate NE;!/ ________-_-Za f 22 Arthur Simmons. -- 13.33 ft E) 420 ft N 110 ft W 8W" Ea W 3 A lak.._U 1 U It Lawrence Developing t
Qlekss! filed day of August' A. Lot 3 VNViof Lot 8 of Blk 430 ft to best -___ 8EV4 1 22 I Miles! Robinson .; '.01 d dA
and made said certificat In S Davis & Truby's Addition e of SEVi ., . ,., i 7 22 80 Or... Mfg. Co. _. 40.17 HS ft of NEy4 .f BE" of CO' - -.--- 11.41

"ed I u application In ccordtheron' for to Btarke In NE Corof Lot 1 Davis Broau ..Tru- MW'- -" A __ _ .__.13 II II 1 Unknown _ _.___ 6.57
Iltb law' Said certificate emt -. SEVi of NWVi, W _of 2S 8 23 A. B. Braddock ... 40.26 by' Sub Div ____, 6 1 22 10t.I'. Truby ... '.TI 5154 ot-"..,,,, of 81DN4 ____ 11 3 22 10 .Mn. Jessie J. In..rah.1II If.U
nil' >s-rlbed Ry _----_ Nye of NV4 o< NWW T 22 f8 W; M. Edwards ___ 23.11I { 01 NW'4 rot 8E14 E'I(PI
de'11..alello. n Bradford prop- Lot 3 of Blk 2 Temples Addition Lot 14 or NWVi\ of $----1.\ 8 A & E'IC 11) A lake -.___I$ 8 U f D. O. Stewart __ 1.81
to.wit- .! county to Starke In NEW NEVi _ _. .... .-._ 7NKVi 1 13 10 Oscar Osterman _ 8.n All NE'.. of 59214 5 nl fly" ti ti15A&S'

oui.Ji'={ '! of Southeast quihllb ar80- of NW u& part of WV4 ofNEV of WW _..____*__ 8 1 II co n. A. Kennedy _L It.sa ofNWt4of 1 14
; I quarter. Section W of Rv NB cor--28 8 22 Mrs. Cells. Carter -- 20.25 NW4! of SE'4 f 1 13 .0 Emily F., Lyon ____ 1\1.11 REVS Es: VII C A-I& A13 8 U 1fS. Edw. Larsen __ 12,74
I'nlnlr ::0outh Ran.e East of SE:% of NWVi N34 of NEVi of NWU A NV4 N.J'4 of NP4: & I A In NENVoor .

o ++ .. Lots 6 7 of Blk 7 Temples of HWV4\ of NEil, A W\4\ ot BE" ot NE4141\ I< "the'eald ment of said. property Addition to Starke In of SWill of NKWB \ --__.-,10 1 U 1IOt. W. Edward. 11.10 - - I U 110 O. 11' Wackerman .311.13
certificate issued was NEVi of NWM part of I !],4 of MWK .,f'NP.J14 __10 1 sa 10 Mrs. Agnes Simpeon 1.11N1f NW'4. NEy4 &NEo923 .
WViof NEH W \ 7 U 10 SE -_ -----__iT II U ..i O. P. Wack.rma"
4esels certificatte E. W. Hayes ,. 6.93 Bldney F. OrlfflsMrs. 10.0' ___ 19.81
shall f 23 f)4W54 ayolll u (
of 8EV4; of NW.ZS Of "NEI4 !
T 3 II
be ye- NE cnr : -- -- --- --- .0 G. 11'. Wackarman u'n
""strding 1 b law tax deed Lots 1 3 8 4 5 s 7 18 14<< of % ._ __ ___.11 7 13 no E. B. D... .. 10." L
.:I A.hreao'on D the ard day of Blk 11 Temples NE Additionto >4.of BW% of Nl'I' .,?..._....18 1 II co Mrs. 19. B. Dees 1t.1I NW" & I.of% .8. nr "1'4_ ::11 I II 280 O. P. Wackerman ____ 'T.U

'11. his 24th day ot June A. NWt4 Starke* part In of WV4' of NEW HEW of of SW UWW: ,. _ft__ _NW'4_____fir..1. T U '0'Ines Ivey Pollard- 11.13 NF4 of NI' \ of NF4! _24 II 8 U U '10 00 U.Mrs Jr.3..le... lrIngraham, 77,19<< t
NB cor I A ))0) of ( ,ay road n SB
W of Ry
o. W. NE'4( NWVr.--__28 22 Unknown - --- 43.18 HBVi .._.n .r. III T U .0 J. II. Pollard . n.n Cor of SEt4 of 8E14.U 3 II
Clerk ALDERMAN. of SEW Ul3; of Tem- BBV of NEW u .. 18 1 II ..0 Curtis Dees __ _. __ U.U IS Lawrence Developing

7'11. Off ord County. Florida Brad. Lots pies Addition of Blkjt to Starke In 514 of SE'4 11 7 II If Ines Ivey Pollard n.aa NEy4 o. NW34. _----4 3 11 CO Lawrence Ca - -Developing----------- x,26
of BW14 of NWM &W13A a
NWVi part
NEVi Co.
MUTfR': BALE Wx ofof NEVi W of Ry n." o/,SEx; of NWVi\ A NWVi AIIN4nfBt' ofN3lt4 Wot - - -- IUS "
....
NE ocr of 8V' of NW!14-28 8 22Ew.l.n Llddon _ _.. of MWtt 25 A of lake NI:'4 of 5E34 01

"'hy net lce given' Lot. 13 14 of Blk 12 Tem- NIC\4\ ot SW3/4W_ II 1 22 120 'B. O. D.al 61.25 NW1 L__ 2S1 U CO Rllb.A. Jay.. Ia.if.
l", : that under IAin NI1! ofNEy Nof n
cor
of All HV4 of NWW ef iNE'44of5W y
8WW
f Of forec in' that certain final pNiF.t4iAofINW y44o&tpart I \ SofO.5Si I Lake _ .;.. r u IS' 21 I Lawrence Developing :
md -- ,
fM.'Vr the &
the and I W'4 0' NE'! W of RY S. R. Osborn 11.21 f. Ry. Ex 2A In SB Co. __ 8.'T
l'Wl Court In for NW'.4U I 33: NW% etBW yi "
I1 Cea NE cor of 8E4 of eDl' i NE oC SW\4\ of. JS I sa CO Ton,. Mltoh.n_ __ U.71I
tbe Ttn NW1i
"b! JUly 1 A!ybF18114jn f of Lots 1 I 3 of Blk 15 Tern SW\4\ _ _ 11 7 33 30 Bound John. _ 21.48 "EI4'C SWy4 of ;
or I A In Church
WII!!. I in & E. lii!
C.
I' rd Count;' as "qnldator\ for pi... Addition to Starks fWt4of Com 70 yds W of BB cor of A to MCOollie Ex 1 A .a;
aa NE', of NW3i&op See 19 A run W SO yds K to 'cr..od '
c Hat orporsvasalnst .. _lIS 8
110.... a.'J::' ; 'and Ry .(22 B. ]I. Davis INJj"cor '..1ot << E so J'da 0 19 ,. ES4 of NW4 11 88 U II 1 Yaaao Mitchell _ '.'8 ,'I
NW'.4-28 .cla,7 10
beg ---
: Fl of 8Ey4, of _. ....01 __ __, 33 1 Wm. Kalchreuter Samuel Donley., U.81
d"eadanow... bJ. wife _____ __38 S 33 Mrs. 'ella.Caner.. _ 'I't rn- -j. _ 42.69 11 A on E aide ptLot .l- i 4,
.th of a t A lot !In SW eor aU lot. 7 ._. _. .. II S 21
na"n.4 aa Special:JM*.. Lob 16 iVSeTHk B Rlslns/s" .- - a IL a. Ald.rman ,. n.1I !i

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i {a. ......GI1 Zlcurr .8It&DFOBD COUNTY TELEGBAPU S'IAJUD!:. ITLORIDA FRJD.\ _
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' ; 1931. There must be something Baker county In whose rever, when we begin to total up on to oppose-these--- --

j Bradford County Telegraph in the air at Eustis, else how could are contained some of the of our''shipments on which we rate"through

t ; I.From Other Pens I IThe II the champions sleep ten hours every trucking lands in the state be required to meet the extra tic organizations the various J rale 4'

. I : y Established 1877 night T Starke Telegraph. It's soon become a strawberry we will perhaps get 4 differ cellency We
news when a,girl''or anybody else equIpped along with Hardee, HIl1 view of the matter. and feel that
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class!I moet useful member of the sleeps ten hours a night these and Bradford counties. "The additional cost in trans- to render a we are III

t t' '; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida legislature Is Representative Waln times-Wauchula: Advocate. of Baker county are making our citrus fruits will be service to the valuable people anl

: wright, of Bradford, who didn't In --o- rangements to set 12 to 14 cents per box.// The Florida at this time of It

. ' E. S. Matthews ___________________.. Owner and Publishei troduce a bill-Apopka, Chief. Falling in line with other control authorities acreage to strawberries the cost in a carload of advised the various butt lit
St. Petersburg city COUDt7111/
t J. C. Robinson ___________________,____ Managing Edttoi r | O- measures have' notified1 the cops ing fall and next spring, when from $39 moving to $45 outbound per car. The will Into commissioners this we are 1iIIabIe./
s I City Water Very Good--headline shipping season begins, buyers case Without
must control if their
they practice girth coat on a car of canned cia
in Starke Telegraph. It's cold, take the fruit at the loading support and
: SUBSCRIPTION RATE they want to continue on the job. fruits will be $50 to $60 '"I'be COOperotltt
;{ and wet doubt but It per hearings
no
; pure Just form and cash for same : III this
-Starke Telegraph. We can't Just pay
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ain't got the authorlty.PerryHerald. understand whether the Telegraph ker county land, like that of of The automobiles additional coming cost on in a now state In Commerce progress before theme: .

, t Advertising Rates on Application --o-- ., Just meant what It said or "birth ford is especially adapted to 3& to $43 per carload. The addi- your county Coaunleaa

( ; Congressman Green and John controL" Bronson Journal berry culture and the growers cost on a carload of tires and be PWTIledjupcmto COllUDlalllollll

+ "' ,_0 UCIPAte considerable success will be from $70 to $85 mediate take eaQ
per I action
Tallahassee isn't to blame., Robinson know how to entertainthe before It
In'the 11
One Florida ]_
representative
.
this This year the "To give
press boy and girls, and the crop. one more
car."In
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a last legislature madehimself a made addition to the items above- ales p
of Baker county good enormous
meeting at Kingsley Lake was the amount
in
'
r ti t No' one can always:be best yet-Jasper News. reputation. He was the only one cumber crop which was sold ,-we must bear In.mind posed rate Increase u.
rightr who.dieS not introduce a bill!, and -1111I
these increases also to api that
.. e I cash to a Brooklyn, N. Y., are we have Just made
two tied for introducing the largest up I
the Vote for bonds.o So live that you can.go fishing firm.-Times-Union. Some of on shipments of fertilizer, ment for the Polkloun
Echoes from past: number-: 3. N. D. Wainwright of
y groceries, feed, hardware stoners In
?
alone, come In with a 12-pounder, finest berrlcs.marketed in the which w,
ehOlVed
and no one will question your storyof Bradford county, was, the record naval store., brick, cement, for only four items

r You can't gain by losing-temper. the catch.-Clermont Press. breaker and his name ought to be tey market this year'are''from said gravel and stone; drugs, fur from,, the county, that moviDib
placed in' the-J &U of fame..Folk..ton buyers to have come 4
' That kind of a man wouldn't wantto , paints, melons sugar, etc. fruits, phosphate
rock
n -- -o There will be several auto
} --- (Ga- HeraldL< county.
"Ordinarily, the consumer ahd canned
A lemon party ought to be a wry affair. go fishing.. ._. .rl.i 0 '" dred acres planted here this automobile'pays.. citrus fruit,, ]the
.--- o_' n ' II- .- \ {;lth respect to the tlonal cost to the
out"returb.. '' and summer. It Is no people
On 'from' the 'press "
we are quite sure that what- county would
o The man who says he baa thirty have been : be *1.30oMo,,
strawberries ,
as
meeting at Kingsley Lake last Fri-
'' Honeyed words sometimes have a sting in them. thousand reasons for remaining here for the past freight costs are Involved will -oHAMPTON-
4'4 ; fully
L ; single will! some day see the whole day night, the lino operator of the grown be added to the advertised
' i ... i i'years.-llacclenny Press.Highway .
; Starke Telegraph forgot to take
o
; lot vanish In one puft'-Btarke F. O,. B. Detroit. However,
? !' : k All, the people out .of a job are not looking for work Telegraph. Surely for of such Is his bathing suit out of our car and o No. 28 the case of our citrus fruits, we
% life we brought the thing on to the if one actually believes .rise Ada Nlm _
made.-Bronson, Journal. any >n r
'I o News of wire (Lake City Reporter.) :
e
{ offices,. On receipt a we are able to set a price F.
pOne -
e Automobilists cannot say they have not been relieved. exchange suggests, that from him to. return it, we packedit The importance of the Lake B. Orlando, Avon Park or Wau-
1 r 'in Thistle snuff box and dis gateway to Florida has
a Mrs.
a. R.
'armors'start and the M. Faver
0 chest.- compel purchaser
i a hope and u
i cannot Starke chest? patched post ba te. Jasper News. heightened by the completion Chicago, Cleveland or New York who have been visiting
,? :i Be nonchalant-use your jackknife if a toothpick Telegraph. Hope I Why the Thistle brand? State Highway No. 28 through relatives frien*
They'd better start add the transportation charges In Memphis,
something with Palatka, and will be still Ten*
i ;i 3 r be found. roOyeirin returned
more power behind It than Just those prices. We know too well to their home hen
"' ; England in the village accented when this the millions of Monday.
o 'hope! -Bronson Journal boxes that went
"' ) Times-Union calls couples going to Reno for a divorce o cemetery of, ,Gagenham. Essex, thoroughfare is extended thru the markets of the north during Mrs. M. L. Watterson au
Bunnell an event of the not
stands tombstone which this
a on dren
The Starke Telegraph thinks past season that failed to net are visiting friends aad

i ,' r P renovated. startling rind stunning two good bit"Here of advertising lies John Steers'Who copy appears: few future'miles as the Is grading already on well the grower a return sufficient: to lives in Ft. Myers and Avon

? pf words to use in describing beach the cost of production. So, if I this week. i

f One of the dangers of driving an old car is the necessity costumes forgetting that the word when.living\ "brewed good way.Opening up new trade' were only a case of Just adding .' Gordon Weest returned J

i. : of all for such descriptions is see- beerf.- and making the consumer pay, home this week, after a vutf
I.. of walking. more. Bronaon Journal. Turn to 'the right., go,down Rtiehill and traversing the rich could easily ,have adedd 60 his aunt -Mrs. DuBoee, oi i
tural counties of, Columbia;
4k s o -o ---- 1ot Mme; nts a'box and .thereby brought Beach.

? ; If'you don't like the warm Weather in Florida, try the .The counties to receive the most ,His ion ,h4epsup the,,,.huatnegsstuL" ford highway, Union is ,destined Clay and to Putnam prove of, I \ a profit instead,of, a loss. Mrs. J. F. Johnson, has re4o

: v benefit from. Florida's racing law Bel; !l'l'l'Delray ; ; ; .Is believed that with the figures her ,home here after a rut]
heat:somewhere else. News.: estimable commercial value to
. will be those farthest away from CJZ; city and motionAs a short set out herein,.,It to plain, her sister in Macon, Go.
0 where the --o-- to be that there ; H. A. Delk of Miami
races are held -Starke sea seen are millions waav
Hard times come because It's) harder. -to pay'{ debts Telegraph.' That's what we think, l(, Seeing Snake*, jor to the part'in; It the wllt'also'playa routing'of dollars of, additional freight here: last Sunday.

'p ;oo.-: .Wauchula 'Advocate. If one believes In there is involved in these proposed Rev. McGauley of Starke;I
7 than It Is to make them. signs, traffic in and out of Lake City. I
preach at the
It also Baptist '
__ ______' e plenty,Of excitement for,those who 'Connecting with Highway No. seems quite eviI churl
? -Account of a Brooklyn New care to spend a dime for the priv the Scenic Route, at Palatka, I that most of the money will Sunday morning and evenlnjj

Looks as if the legislature.intends to spend one-third of York, wedding stated "the wines ilege'of being*admitted into a pen road wind. Its way through I right out of. the pockets of Mrs. W. R. Jackson It

this rear In Tallahassee. were beyond compare, and the tables of'Florida rattlesnakes just-north covered oaks and profitable citizens of central Florida rath- friends and relatives In
groaned with food."-Starke of town.-:Bradford Fla.' than from the consumers to this week.
County ( ) to
groves on Tampa. It taps I
0- Telegraph. Sounds almost like a- Telegraph. solid central section of the we ship In the north. Mr: J. P. B. Hunt, who hit j

Cupid laughed when the thermometer factory in New Bible description of a wedding. They get the same thrills here Connecting with "Highway No. : "These proposed Increases are the guest of her daughter, 1 I
Bronson JournaL to In the nature of :M. Simmons for several moil_
operate an
In Maine when imbibe
Jersey blew up last week. they in at Bunnell, it affords tourist
tax and will affect the! turned to her home here lilt I
-o--
moonshine, 'canned heat and other fic the nearest and best route
0 Congressman Green and Editor conditions of every man day
prohibited beverages.* Lisbon the East Coast annual
Dade county carries the biggest delinquent tax list in the Robinson of Starke gave the newspaper Falls, (Me.) Enterprise. hundreds of thousands, of mecca and child In.this section of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan at

state and'Bradford has the smallest. boys and girls a great time .' > ''o- '* visitors.It state. It Is only proper, there- church at Theressa last I SUII

. over at the Congressman's cottage" Palatka add' Ocala are discussing will reduce the distance that your county and city J. N. Rutledge, who Is itt
o on Kingsley Lake last Friday old-tlmC'clocks In their court- the gateway to the to should be urged and to business at Miami, sprat!]

It will be just1 too bad if the legislature is still in session night. Madison Enterprise-Re houses. Bradford county has never more than 100 miles sea, and 'a has upon to take immediate week-end with his family tie

E i when the primary elections come off. corder.Congratulations. had a clock id-'the courthouse, but ready placed Palatka within ,toward giving their .citizens Cocoa- .
Floyd C. Cut 1
i in this matter. .
--
there are dpetiings in the
hour
steeplefor and a half's drive of this
0 to the Bradford "This traffic bureau has taken Forrest Avenue Service Scorner
clocks that: are as old as the Starke I
Lake Cutler and
r If it wasn't for installment payments, most of us wouldn't County Telegraph, in strawberry bulldlng.-ttar1E!! "Teleeraph.. Gulf communities have been made a lot of time and gone Into Dixie highway and 1 w:

need the installment plan of paying taxes. land on its 64th birthday. It isamong county's court'house, sad to''say door neighbors. detail with each coun- street. radio
Hialeah
the oldest papers in Florida was built' without a place for a commlssione located in central Two-wt.y |
Authorization of this
o and continues virulent under clock-'-and ''who ever saw three by the state .01'r advising them of the great tlon to be erected by hate

Women Object to men wearing pajamas on the streets the editorial guidance of J. C. Rob- watches with the'same' time when sult of concerted legislature action was by the of money involved to the Transport Co. In N. W. 791H
24th and will be I
because they appear too cool and comfortable. Inson.-ocala Banner. court'Is in session. 7-Wewahltchka counties traversed. Several of their respective counties for near land to avenue commuDlcati
-0--- Breeze. have urged upon them the ne- plane |
ago they formed the highway
o By the way, worth-while revenues --=-o- 28 of cooperating and Joining

Perhaps: we will yet see filling stations giving away auto- could be derived by issuing The writer regrets that he was tent association effort carried, and to through fruition other counties and cities to

mobiles! liars license to fishermen.-Starke unable' to block or hold these heavy In-
of
; with every purchase of ten gallons gas. attend the meeting of dream of a more direct motor
w 0' Telegraph. Possibly based on a the editors of the Second Congressional to the great Atlantic Ocean. GAIETYTHEATRE
sliding scale-the biggest liar, the District held at the Kingsley "It might not be a safe or wise
same association
has
Kentucky has fallen down in not proposing the new costliest license. since for to to
'Macclenny Lake home o>;Congressman R. A. tinued to carry on; and Its last us try excuse our- '
\ month to come between; June and July to be named Julep. Press. Green last Friday night With Lex Jective Is now being staged. It from going Into this case; on STARKE

o ---o--- and Robinson hosts there must set out to raise funds with .assumption that such .large
The new cars can make seventy have been plenty' fine entertain- to as Chicago, Cleveland, New
advertise
the road from Satur
end
and
Nature.furnished 'this section, ,with a finer bathing pool In high with 'ease,' but the payments ment. We hope to be able to makeIt end. will take care of us. First, Friday

than build Lake.LO' are Just .. hard to make.Starke .- the I have- no assurance, that the 24-25th
man can\ regardless of cost, Kingsley nex$"I time .:- Macclenny John W. Campbell, executive July
,. Telegraph. What with the Press. 1_ , president and Harvey Tanner chambers ot.commerce.of
.,
same old price for and cities,will Pouellla
gas money pome in protests, William
: retary of the Highway No. 25
Some motorists wreck their cars endeavoring tq live up slow they are much harder.- The 'saah shippers of the :ciation were in otlf' 'midst'only 'we already have the, informa .

to the manufacturer's slogan ot "Take the lead and keep'it." Bronson Journal. I Lawtey section jhave., made'a reputation -i cently for the purpose ot' that the Cleveland chamber of i'Man of the WorU\I\
-o--- :! fo., growing and packing the cooperation of Columbia bat actually Indorsed the
0 ,
Time changes conditions. Today I first class produce\ that; is making and Lake City In of the railroads to have the :*". -

Perhaps those thieves s stripping#,warehouses of their cig the railroads are suffering from them Iota ,.of money and gaining thoroughfare.' Their publicising plan Is so also has the, ,state

arettea are only preparing to lay in. a supply of tax-free. loss-of receipts to truck lines and for Lawtev; .leading market of erect at least five road signs in of commerce of' New Monday and Tue

smokes. In a few years It will be the truck this section.. ',The shippers there Immediate future and others Second, it la almost a cer

lines. ,- Starke -Telegraph. The deserve the fruits they are gettingnow on, so that'every nomad of that all large manufacturing July 27-28th

: o trucks will get thefts some time from the policy> of shipping I roads who rides may read. from whom the railroads : Carroll

Successful players of contract bridge are those who can and no mistake.-Bronson Journal. only' good ,tuff.,? Lawtey Is the contention Is that the real supplies will be forced to Nancy

contract themselves sufficiently to hide under the table when -0--- beat selling market In this sectionof of the short) route cannot be Indorsement to the railroads, In
And speaking of birthdays the the state and It deserves to be.- tained until the motoring public likewise know that Wall street ..r4STOLENlEAVE..

vulnerable. Starke Telegraph passed its fifty- :Macclenny Press. apprised more fully of Its the bankers are standing back
o fourth anniversary last week. The ..--0--, e tence. the Increases they will need the All talking; pictures Mss

d Women should be prohibited from smoking in railway i Telegraph under the able direction It Is said, that,,Representative Following their trip here of the Florida counties and with Western Electric
of J. C. Robinson and Gene Mat bwt
Walnwright of Bradford county their visit to Just as much or more so roans the very
tunnels, remarked one traveler, as he carefully shaved around thews, Is one of the state's llvestweeklies. has Introduced .no bills into the the route, these every emissaries county of we need theirs. ADMISSION-13c and &Or

i the burnt spot on his chin. .-Lake Worth Herald. legislature\ this session although he tees announced that they bad l know of no better or more SHOWS-'7:80 9:00: P

0 t --o--- has een.Qn the! Job right'on. Why ceived assurance of support In way or manner In which
Per wealth
capita means you are not make, "hIOgovernorT Commenting
The tax on kerosene is called a "poor man's tax," but i supposed to be worth so much on'4hij case the Lake ery that county Putnam affected.county, of They which

the amount used in the rural districts is small compared to money even If you don't possesa. a Wale. Highlatpder"tells bf a Michigan are residents, would do Its part.y>*

that used in towns for cooking alone. i. thin dime.-Starke Telegraph Tee ,1Cgisgt} toj.vrfja j\eyr,iroted for The Reporter believes that
It Is a measure which tel1a you how any bill during
two entire sessions lumbia'
.
Y. county will also find
._... much should have if It
,p- you even youhaven't unless he knew exactly what it was its interest to
participate In
Easy divorces will soon make it necessary. to demand an got it. Bronson Journal all about' 'hl$:'mlght ,be the case advertising'campalgn..','The Prosperity
-----oAs with'one orr
license twdjnemberaof, the of Its Investment this :
abstract with the wedding to determine if the contracting is road
an exchange It does look
says Florida {egiBlature.. '
;-:) inter_ .Park be In direct proportion to the
parties are :free of all 1 encumbrances. like we would get over hating to Herald; "'. el that Is developed. .
get out of bed after doing it so '

P California concern is selling- soup in concentrated powder many years.-Starke Telegraph.Not To offset tosq'"In""r venue:some I Freight-0--Rate Increases /* Largely, a State of Mind
sq strange Doing an unpleasant railroads
are asking for an IncreaseIn I Ocala ,. ;0-
form. Instead of the usual dish and large spoon, restaurantswill task often never did make it rates.! The'more railroads are. regard to the BannIII freight"), rate la There Is more money in the country today than
any more popular.-. allowed !
) with convenient glassof to charge, the'quicker this
soon serve you a capsule or pill a Journal.. : creases of f400,000,000 for there Was a year ago.
country will see lines
extend the
railroads
water.. truck are now asking
---o-- the length of the .
--StarkeTelegraph. following statement from What the what
T.
o ., The beat way to get oneeyedcars .' It M up to the railroads lott of the Interior Florida C. country needs Is confidence. and
those off the highways is to put the to adjust therhsefves' applies to, other points to Bradford
Now that the state has legalized horse .racing for to 'present Bureau as to how It will affect applies. equally
drivers in Jail. Starke .
Telegraph.'Isn't conditions
; able to afford It, the Jasper News wants the lid taken off of It lucky that but few of the eliminate''' their.IJMghoverhead of traffic' 'and speed ,and people located In central County.
so has been
crap games for the poor folks.: A crap'game is no amusement one-eyed cars are Idrlven by one- that produce tan.be; moved to- the general interest received.in this It should section be: Don't hide your money away. Keep it in circulation
eyed drivers f But the
one who markets 'at
reasonable
a ate.
At "
for poor folks.Returned. ,. drives with but '' If the people of Interior with a little saved month for
one hand are plentiful present the!' rall of''express': rate would Just take time to each week or
o enough to make up the danger takes half or rdore'from the average how much these think that Rainy: Day" which may mean sickness, hard
freight rate Increases
missionary pajamas 'unfit for clvi- limit.-Bronson Journal price of .
f says are I selling any farm com- will exact from them, times or old age.
_
,' lizad women to wear'In public because they originated in Oriental If one believes-o---in there Is modity BhItfpeSWnorthern or' would no doubt be ,some .
4 signs western marletaS A car 'of
corn about
harems. Why try'to civilize the heathens, then, when plenty of excitement for those who' shipped from say Lawtey, sells in sumers among to see the what growers could and be ,Let Us.Help You ,Arrange Your Finances

civilized people won't stay civilized? care to spend a dime for. the privilege New''.York'at ".00 a crate. 'The tp protect them"It' o *- '4 ,
r ,- of being admitted Into a commission house I
!! pen
gets 20c the *
b' : of Florida1: rattleapaketf Ju U north: railroad 95c and' the farmer 85o( close ''our may be'quite to easyfor us . ': Safety' Deposit: ] Boxes for Rent
this
f eyes .
made'to get frontve.1egL.la I '
Another suggestion action( of town.-Starke Telegraph. The less 23c for the'hamper. It don't :and' say let the 'raUroads

ture is to lock1 members up during the session, allow" no communication : price Is-so low it couldn't include take a lawyer to figure ''who la this'Increase, for It'Will
even a sip of snake bite cure.* making out of Florida only The BANK STARKEAN
of any kind from within or without and 'allow no Perry Herald. money farm a fraction of a cent In the price of

Inkling of proposed legislation until it is enacted into law. products. The farmer gets 31'percent a pound of butter or lard, or additional
any -o ---- and the
other fellows
I get exactly coat to the HONOR ROLL BANK
consumer for
Members could then work without interference from out- Eustls produced Florida's healthiest : 69 per cent.: -Macclenny bead of cabbage or of E. S.
pound beans Matthews Cashier
Pres.
aiders. girl for 1929 and again for Press.. or a can of grapefruit Juice. I R. J. Davis



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