Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: July 31, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Suf. Months, 75c-Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Owner and I'ubusher r'4'NE '


Week To I LOCAL MEMBER Gasoline Prices .Four-Day Poultry Governor G4
mer's MAKES RECORDIN Program ArrangedFor Says

LEGISLATURE Farmers' Week Activities of the 1931 Session

Crop And To Be Considered Extra Session
lure Tallahassee, July 25.-N. D. Gainesville, Fla.-A special poultry ; '

Wainwright, the Bradford county -program for Farmers' Week, Regular Session of house holding other state jobs,

representative to the 1931 legisla- to be held at the University here Passed state Inheritance tax law including positions as liquidators of
estock TOPICS ture Is to his home witha Gasoline Sells for 13 Cents In Du- been closed banks. May Be Needed
returning August 10-14, has Just an- to be effective as long as there Is ,
house record, that he Introduced val County and 20 Cent nounced and contains four days similar Federal law. Revenue variously I House Investigated reported

but one bill during the three ses- In Starke of practical talks by successful estimated between several transfer of money from one state

ks and demonstrations about sions. He gained the passage of poulrymen an dB livestock and crops will be that measure, which was of a local An effort is going to be made to along with a number of demonstrations million dollars annually for state Governor Carlton statement that Revenue It Has Given State

,red in a section of the pro- character. determine. why gasoline sells for IS ,. and. the meeting of two poul- treasury. state debt, by reason of transfersto -

for Farmers' Week, to beat In a brief statement today, Mr. cents a gallon in Duval county, try association This annual Passed state's first race track general revenue for current expenses Florida's legislative halls were V

the University In Galnes- Wainwright said that he "had while motorists in Bradford have farmers' vacation will open at 11 and parl-mutuel law, overriding and money owed banks, was deserted and silent Monday, In contract '
to S to 7 cents
according to Informationout voted for all constructive legisla- pay a gallon more a. m., Monday, August 10. A com- Governor Carlton's veto of meas- $1,134,000. to the stormy turmoil of the
for the brand of fluid and
by the University. This tion with a view of reducing ex- to do this same the aid of state officials, plete tour of the College; of Agri- ure. Revenue estimated up to $!,- Passed emergency appropriations record breaking 100-day. session NI
don week will get under way penses in general, and relieving the culture and ICfp rlment Station 000,000 annually among;' state's 67 bill, holding 1929 appropriations juat'paaeed '
m., Monday, August tax burden of the. people of the and Congressman' Green will be.eked farms will be made that afternoon. counties. In; force for 60 days, 'which I The 1931 legislature stood in 1 t
Jet tour of the Btof state, especially that on real es Filling stations outside of Throughout the ojveek poultrymenare Passed S7.500.000 appropriationto made, possible brief recess; before sine die adjournment. It second

culture and Experiment tate." He said that be was willing Jacksonville have sold gasoline for to attend mapy entertainmentsas Insure standard eight months convening second special session. extraordinary session ended at B:39p. : > l,.

tanJIII wW be lllAde that after- to share the criticism and condemnation years from 5 to 10 cents a gallon well as gener'ill"' ) lecture sessions. school term In all counties, alter increasing Second Special Session m. eastern standard time Sunday -
perlmenU.: < of the of the cheaper than It could be !sold In The will Raised gaaoIlM. tax from six to
.The cattle people special poultry program ; automobile licenses to the 100th legislative day of the
this and: the
investigations crop expertl state for the long: drawn-out, disorganized county, Monday price begin Tuesday morning with growing cover most of aproprlatlon. Other seven cents, prodding that revenue year. The Sunday mMtl&ff__ the
to 13 cent retail three
ptots. and other points oft and unsatisfactory session cents dropped lest than the, or whole chicks chick diseases, said egg source would supply remainder. from added oneeaut shouldgr to I flnt In Florida history.. The leg-', ,+

will be Ytotted. -of the legislature. but declared sI.-)' a gallon to iUtions In'. production, the topics, 1m. the Passed'bin taxing oocnmlaei< state's general treasury ..means latature'. final act was passage, of, j
program Tuesday morning that,"there;has been some measure BradforLCitizen price fttltosr. I afternoon there will be talkaf&mit Issued by governor'at 910 eaeii. of reducing' ad valorem tax on real a. biennial. appreprlauonabiUsetx. ,

seat talk about CAt future of relief for the state ad va : who have interested. equipment killing and .OresatujU Estimated revenue of. 9100.800 for _ta Revenue: estimated at $2-; hag aside 1t.UOOOO for two years).
TTcattle aa well as feeding lorem taxation out 'of. the legislative and a unique demonstration ia canning stiate treasury. 230.000 &IBDUaI17.Paued operation of the state government.,
themselves In this matter bare discovered
,%sture studies on cat-over deliberations." He said that added ; and boning chicken*,. House-Investigated Impeachment Mil for documentary However, ... members of the legi,.
that it is not the
unproved lands, and a general Bradford county's tax burden had cost ot that causes The talks Wednesday will be charges brought against comptroller stamp tax on business stock, mortgages islature returned to. their homes !'
mm by all. In the afternoon been relieved to some extent by transportation about feeding, battery brooding. Ernest'Amos, and cleared him liens leaies and other documents over the atate, they carried with +
the boost but rather the custom ol
i will be presented about out- measures. he championed in the and management practice Earlyin of an charge. with revenue;' estimated at them the statement by Governor
the oil to the price
for Florida beef herd manage- house. companies name I' the afternoon the Florida Baby Investigated reported race track $1,000.000 annually, going to state Doyle E. Carlton that a third extraordinary -
their product Is to be !sold wholesale
and prevention of Chick Association will hold a meet treasury. session be
t, the cause in different counties. Deducting legislation lobby and cleared all of- may nece.-
of tick erad- ing. Following this,meeting there flcials Approved tax of two mills on sary.
sick, the progress the state tax of six cents, legislator and other persons 1
on and tuberculosis testing Kingsley Lake was worth seven cents a will be talks about disinfectants) accused. classified Intangibles and tax of The governor said he believed F,
rch work with beef cattle atExperiment gasoline in Duval county Monday, and antiseptics, colds', roup, and Investigated cost of educational one-tenth of one mill on unclassified revenue from some of the measures

\ Station. while gallon the brand was worth pox, the egg laying contest, and a system in state, and recommended Intangibles. Money would be passed was estimated too high

''ednesday morning the talksbe 14 cents in same Starke and 12 cents round table dtactifeslon open to all economies to cut down per cap- included in the unclassified. Estimated and that as a result the state treasury -
about feed crops for hogs Bathing outside the city limits. Thursday's program will get underway ita coat revenue of $700,000 for state might be pinched before the
the future of with talks about new Ideasin end of the biennium
lemental feeds, Another to the local situation Regular session! cost state about treasury. and another
lut pork, and preventing ship- uncovered by one investigatorIs commercial, poultry farming, $200,000 and two special sessions Passed bill for Installment re- regular legislative meeting in April 4
losses. In the afternoon therebe State Board of Health Gives Pop- that the Shell Corporation shipsIn breeding, and poultry shows. Earlyin cost approximately $50,000 each. demption of delinquent taxes over of 1933. If this condition occurs

two practical demonstra- ular Resort Clean Bill to Starke by tank cars, the afternoon the Lake County Approximately 3500 bills Intro- five-year period, with provisionthat the governor said, another session
Station gasoline Poultry Association will meet, after current taxes must be paid in be called.
i,using the Experiment of Health same as the other four distributing,, duced during three sessions, and may i
which squab production, cooperation full when due during redemption. .
and swine operating in Starke, and more than 600 passed. Majoritywere 4
dunday has been set aside as Rumors that have prevailed this while companies filling stations within' two and marketing'will be dta- of local nature. Killed bills for creation of state TWO HEADS ONFREAK

day, and besides a day full of summer concerning the unfitness blocks of the Shell bulk plant in cussed. Numerous ways were suggestedfor tax commission, for general sales TURTLE '!

[s and demonstrations by dalry- of Kingsley Lake for bathing pur-I Starke have to pay 16 cents for Friday morning there' will be raising revenue to operate the tax, for clgaret tax, for luxury tax t

1. specialists, and noted speak- poses and that it had been con- their gasoline, the same truck will\ three groups meeting at the same state government and eliminate for amusement tax, for kerosene A rare freak'of nature, a two-

there will be a meeting of thee demned by state board of health deliver the same brand gasoline to time. The first will attend a demonstration state ad valorem tax on real es- tax.Abolished headed turtle of small size, is in

Dairymen's have been set at rest by a com- Baldwin for 12 cents a gallon- on making postmortens tate except for the constitution office of state auditor possession of U. R. Parker of the
morning the main talks munication from Fred A. Safay, the Shell company will the second group will have one mill levy for schools. Office of state tax equaliaer''abolIRhed : Oasts service station, adjoining the

|be about sheep, marketing, and district sanitary officer to C. A. make meaning a 52 mile round trip and sell management as the topic, and the Sales tax proposals In various during regular Besalon.: "'.v T,J and J. tracks on state highway

prices. Futch, clerk to the city council. Mr. their product in Duval county for third, Judging for egg production.Meals forms were laid before the legisla Paused numerous local bills, and' No. 2, the Ocala road. Mr. Parker i
will be- stated : and lodging for the week several measures of state-wide application found the turtle on the shore of a lr
ipeclal; crops program Safay : . 4 cents less than they will\ sell it tors. These suggestions ranged
\edne day afternoon with soils "The ,state board of'health has In Bradford.If may be obtained ,.on the campus from a tax on a selected commodity but relating mostly to pond In Union county

cover crops being discussed. not condemned Kingsley Lake and I dealers in Bradford county for $1.13 per day, and. there will to a graduated gross retail sales court procedure Hearing of the existence of the i

day' morning the main topics the rumors are entirely false. If I were given the same price as deal- be no other charges,, tax and a two per cent stamp tax House committee Investigated freak. Prof Van Hyntng of tha S

be fertilizing corn, crop liniment this place was condemned. It would I ers in, Duval, gasoline would sell -- :". on all sales.. The general sales tax charges of irregularities\ In state Florida State Museum spent an ,

studies, control of to- have been posted by the state de- in Starke for 16 cents and outsideof ARRESTED FOR was estimated to raise $20,000,000 I road department: Majority report hour'ormote'yesterdayafternoon n

,stored\ grain, and a gener- partment and people notified of, Starke for 14 cents a gallon, Instead annually. All were killed or left to charged members of department making a minute Inspection of the 1i'
nlon led by several county such action. It might be well to 1 of the present price of 20 and HOG STEALING die on the calendar! with encouraging collusive bids in find. He discovered that the tur-

.h Be afternoon program state that there is a law againstthe I 18 cents. This custom Is not con- Creation of a state tax commis- furnishing equipment and supplied tle's two heads are widely separated -

feature> talks about cotton, spreading of such rumors and fined to the Shell company alone, Perry Johns, John and Ray Prescott sion and a state purchasing agency, Joint committee Investigates by the bone structure of the

U 1 pins, tobacco, and sugar if guilty persons are found they as the other four bulk stations : were placed In the county Jail both measured endorsed by the forgery in connection with purported shell, that it has four front legs F

long with a general dlscus- will be punished." operating in Starke, Standard, Tuesday night by Sheriff W J. Ep- Carlton administration, precipitated passage during regular session and two hind legs and that the ii

Apparently the rumors have not Gulf Pan-Am and Sinclair, charge person, the trio being surprised battles in both the house and of bill to regulate operation of two mouths provide food for buta t

e been given much credence by those I local dealers four cents more than earlier in the night in the act of senate. The measures were killed\ laundries. Report said forgery was single stomach Both heads are c'

TO who frequent this popular summer I. the same product is sold for in loading a truck with hogs from a A proposal for a constitution evident but responsibility could not extremely active in pursuit of food r
JORQNUATIONS resort, as this season has been the Duval county. pen at an old place near the Newt amendment to make possible the be fixed. such as wigglers, flies and crickets ;

|OLD REGULAR MEETINGS best in recent years, but local residents .---- Johns farm south of town. Accord levy of a state Income tax was House committee investigated with wood lice a special favorite.Mr. .
DlllINQ: FARMERS' WEEK could not allow the rumor to STORM SUNDAY ing to the authorities the three ran made at' the regular session but reported option by state to purchase Parker ia careful to see to ;l

go unchallenged. NIGHT AT WALDOThe from the pen when Joe Prevatt, was not advanced to final consider- office building from Senator it that his pet Is fed regularly and
laraesville, Fla. Six organlzaof i e -, owner of the hogs, and Walter ation. W C. lodges, and recommended in about the right quantity and (

Florida farmers and farm AT TilE GAIETY THEATRE Waldo section was visited Mansell came upon the scene, Another suggestion, killed by a that practice of state buying from has told there Is no reason why the

en will hold regular Farmers'k meetings Sunday night about 9 o'clock by leaving a truck backed up to the senate committee, was that a con- members of legislature be dis- turtle should not live and thrive

g the 10th annual On Friday and Saturday of this of the heaviest wind and rain pen for loading and a car, both reported vention be called to revise the state continued. even in captivity. Gainesville i;
at the University here Au- week will be seen one of the most one storms in its history. Crops were owned by Perry Johns. constitution with reference to tax I -. Daily Sun.BURIAL.
t10-14 of these
presidents and all-talking From Information available, e
thrilling intense lines broken collection laws. DIt. HOLLAND IHEH SUDDENLY
damaged, high power
'lations announced. Vis-
have pictures yet presented, "City and at least one home badly dam- Mansell and Prevatt, owners of I A resolution requesting congressto FLAGS AVAILABLE
are to attend the regular
Streets", featuring Gary Cooper, considerable stock and both heavy I call a convention for alterationof Dr. R. N. Holland was found deadin LOCALLY

I ul Dons i time of Farmers' Week aside, and for and Sylvia Sidney. Come, get an aged.The home of M. J. Eddy, about 'losers from night raids In recent the prohibition laws died on the bed Thursday morning when he -

has been set Insight as to what really happensin two miles north of Waldo had the I' months, have been watching their senate calendar at adjournment. It was called at 6:30: o'clock, death Burial flags for army and navy

associaVon meetings. the underworld. whole roof blown from It across stock and discovered the pen of never was considered after being apparently coming between four .! veterans may now be obtained at i
n e State Dairymen's Assocla- Monday and Tuesday next. William lines and down on the hogs on the abandoned farm duringthe Introduced.The and five o'clock. Dr. Holland retired the local poet office. Postmaster

will\ meet on Thursday, Au- Powell in "Ladles Man". The high highway.power Mr. Eddy had Just com- afternoon. At eleven o'clock senate twice passed a bill about midnight Wednesdayupon Young said Wednesday. Mrs. '

kby 13, which has been set aside : fascinating society idler has found pleted a ten foot addition to hit the truck and car drove up and calling for an Increase of two centsa returning from a call, and his Young has received a supply of the'

day A program covering I that he can make a living by tak- home and a complete new roof and when the occupants started their gallon on gasoline. But the meas- sudden death comes ms a shock to flags to keep on hand to meet the

entire demonstrations day has been set aside I ing gifts from the women who ac- not only was the roof taken away work of loading the truck Prevatt ure never reached a final vote In his many frlenda throughout this demands of any family which,

and talks by cept his romantic caresses, etc. but the studding and siding of the and Mansell walked upon them. the house. The one cent Increasewas section. He had been associated makes application In the future.

wsful dairymen and special; Come, see one of the most Interest- new addition was carried along Getting the officers the cattle a compromise agreement be- with Dr. W. E. Hlddleton since De- Formerly, the Hags were distributed -

ing pictures of the season. with it.After I owners returned to the scene and tween the two branches In an ef- cember, 1927. from Washington, and alf
M's state council for Senior. Coming pictures: Santa Fe Trail, the roof was blown awaya when the Pre cotts returned for fort to end the second special ses The body was prepared for bur- ways arrived several days after ap-

its Demonstration Work will I. Honor Among Lovers, June Moon, torrential rain completely flooded -. the truck they were placed under slon. ial by the DeWItt C. Jones Com plications had been filed. Now this ;r

annual meeting Friday I Morocco, and others.FERTILIZER the Eddy home and another gustof arrest, Perry Johns was arrested The house passed, but the senate pany and was shipped Thursday delay hao been eliminated, and 1'
r log, August 14, In connectionthe ,-- wind blew the garage in on the at Newt Johns' place and all I killed a bill to tax cigarets. afternoon to Marietta, Ga., for bur- both the application blanks and the

women's program. CONSUMPTION automobile. three brought to the county Jail. I A select house committee which ial. Hags are on hand at the local post

e state Beekeepers' Assocla- Starke had a heavy rainfall Sun- City officers recently destroyeda worked between special sessions re- I office for Immediate delivery. a,
! will\ hold an annual meeting Bradford county used a total of night but no damage was done newly built pen near the refuse ported the state needed 14,329,000 I C. U. nUCHAN, Jit. They are regulation size flags

["by morning as a part of the 108 tons of fertilizer during the day the wind. Lawtey reported no dump on Alligator\ canal, it being revenue above that provided at the used by the army and navy, and y,
special program for bee- month of June, Just ten tons less by rain at all from this blow, the rain constructed out of wire and showed regular and first special session if Friends and relatives of C. R. are given free to the family of a.

ixrj. than the amount used during May, extending east and west signs of having hogs penned therein. the state ad valorem tax waa to be and Marjery Thomas Buchan are veteran for burial purposes. Vet

BUmmer meeting of the Flor- as shown by the monthly report Issued apparently short distance north of Builders of ,the pen evidently eliminated The three revenue bills\ grieved to learn of the death of erans of all wars, Including war
from a
Baby Chick Association will beat by the Inspection bureau, department Starke. counted upon securing a plentiful passed just before adjournment of their eldest son, C. R. Jr., which nurses, are eligible to receive the

1 p. m., Wednesday, Au- of agriculture While ___ supply of hogs from the number of the second session made possible a came at an early hour Tuesday, free burial flags.

12, and a meeting of the Lake Bradford showed a decline of only USES 76,13GALLONS animals usually to be found there. reduction of about eight mills, leg July 21st, at the home of his par-. .
a'y Poultry Association will be 10 tons from May to June, the OF GAS islators said. The 1930 tax levy ents at Arcadia. The deceased was. Wllliston A crepe myrtle tree, r

at the same hour the next state as a whole showed a decrease WILLIAMS REMODELING was 14. mills. held in high esteem by his friends I 29: ;years old and 20 feet tall, that ''l

from 41,233 to 16,823 tons for the released by the inspec- First Special Session which was attested by the large throws a shadow at noon fully 20
eAN credited Figures wealth of flowers at the funeral. feet the
across yard. Is owned
The report by
same period. tion bureau, department of agricul- The Magnolia Hotel Is being repaired Passed bill Increasing motor ve-
APPRECIATION Alachua with 87 tons for June, lIe was born In Arcadia, October Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Davie Wllllaton.It .
ture, show that a total of 78,723 and remodeled, workmen hicle !licenses 33 per cent, with estimated
Baker 135 tons. Clay 25 tons, Un- of gasoline were used In starting the past week tearing revenueof $6,000,000 an- 2nd. 1928, and ia survived by Mr. la now In full bloom and is viewed

: First Baptist church of ion 79 tons. The report does not gallons Bradford county during the monthof down the one-story annex in the nually going to operation of county and Mrs. C. R. Buchan, his parentsand dally by hundreds of persons.

wishes to publicly expresslatitude Include sales\ of less than one ton. June, on which $4,503.38 tax rear to make way for a concrete publlo schools. two brother, J. R. and Cecil This tree tops) in helghth by five

for the very generous I was collected at the rate of six block addition of eight rooms. The Passed bill for tax of $1.60 on Buchan, also of Arcadia. feet, a crepe myrtle at Luke Butler
n of LEGISLATORS HOME owned by Mrs. Driggers, that Is ?
$500.00 bequeathed to use Total consump- each $100 receipts of tele-
cents per gallon. roof of the main building will be gross
P late, Mr. J. w. Alvarez. tion for the state was 17.840,272 rebuilt to conform to the new phone, telegraph, gas and electric I DOOAN KNAIHl reported to be 60 years old and 13 t
r. +Alvarez- Senator E. M. Johns and Repre- feet high, an account of which was d+
mother was a mem- million Estimated of
gallons, or nearly two gal- : structure and the wooden portionof companies. revenue
returned Funeral services were held Tues- carried In
L Wainwright i Times-Un-
our N. D. Friday's
church and his gift was lons less than in the previous the building will be brick-stuc- $500,000 for state treasury. u
P"bt afternoon from Tallahassee day for Dogan Knabb, 23, who was ion.
prompted by the memory Sunday the month. Dade county, with 2,022- coed. Mr. Williams\ rebuilt the Passed bill for graduated tax on killed ,
of electric
Sunday, by an cur- q
F interest, as well as his own, upon adjournment 494 gallons, led the state, with front of the building two years ago chain: stores, and tax of $2 on eachtl.OOO e 1r
rent when Wauchula
wires Hardee
session of the legis- fixing for the .r county
welfare extra
and future second next in of stock carried In all stores.
progress and Hlllsborough with brick and he is $ '
Duval now carying
tin sacred lature. Senator Johns and Repre- Georgia Power Co., at Montezuma, hipped 2862 carloads of fruit and ?'
institution. line with nearly two million gallons out his plans for the remaining Estimated revenue of $500,000: to
P. I Walnwright devoted their 3s where he was employed. The vegetables by freight between last
Raymond senatlve
pastor; J. F. 1750,000 for state treasury.
the structure.
treasurer to of legislation to each. portion interment was held at New Hope October 1 and July 1, according to
nTV K. L. Brown- passage
; e Passed bill\ for reallocation of
and were successful cemetery, Brooker. figures Just announced by B. C.
J. tax burden,
Epperson, L. O. Powell, lessen POST OFFICE OBSERVES: :
N waoni, trustees. to the extent that Bradfordtax NEGRO DIES FROM WOUND HOLIDAYS gasoline tax revenue with three He Is survived by two sisters, Boree, marketing' specialist, of the *,]
bill will be approximately 40 cents going to state road depart Mrs. W II. Smith, Sampson and United State department of agriculture
Lauderdale next year. Senator Charlie Wilder, colored, of Law- ment and three cents to counties H.... Lonnle Morgan Brooker. In Washington. The figures il
The regular percent lighter from the effects Post office window will b t eloeed basis of
of superviHd I elected president of the tey, died Saturday : proportionately on area, S Just released show that Wau '
LVI'U? < for work play. Johns was 1933 session, a signal' honor of a blow on the head from a soda on Sundays and holidays", and on population, and money spent In Daytona Beach--A record catchof chula sent out 1914 cars: Bowling'Green F t+
Iduderdale. the children of senate, Wainwright; water bottle, thrown by another Thursday afternoons during the construction of state roads. fish that Included a 171-pound 601 cars and Zolfo Springs .siT$3,

of the under the super"I In while Representative distinction in having only negro, Charlie Jones, on July 16th. summer, but, regardless of this Numerous local bills provided for tarpon, 650-pound black sea bass 229 cars during the season by ;'

Committee local Harmon Fwm.. achieved introduced bearing his A coroner's jury held Jones responsible fact all first class mall will be dispatched use of money accruing from stateto and a 366-pound tiger shark was freight Other towns In the county, r

Auau will 'open on I one bill for Wilder death and a If put Into the office before county road fund In payment of reported of sportsmen returned I shipped as follows: Fort Green,

.! t.3. name. warrant was Issued for Us arrest. 1:30: p. m. In-comJDg'maU' will be county road and bridge bonds. from a trip off Cape Canaveral 47; Fort Green Springs, 30; Gard,
erect Jones fled Immediately following put Into 10%... House killed resolution to require Sunday. The 1JH
Courthouse I Plans under way to tarpon was the largest ner. 23; Ona' 15: ;' and Limestone ,
tltl.d, grounds new Day school building' here. the fight and baa not been located Postmaster. governor to furnish list of members j. ever brought in here. three cars.


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TI1EKESSAMra. Mrs. Lilly Johns, Miss Gladys the next crop. is the cheapest Lots 9' 8 10 11 U ot Elk 15 0
r... fir Dukes and Dana Dukes were visitors Good pasture New River In Eye ot Nmot
P t1'IR A. L .tll....... Cora: to Lake Butler Saturday. cattle feed known, and nothing will Beg 83 & W\it ot NWI484 8 20 Lawrence
1l i to developing good Blk 13 .x Lot a-N.w River, WillI n. ..
I, H. C. Peeples was here, on business contribute more In E ot NE,4 ot Sec U i
Rev. J. N. Hayman returned to Thursday of last week.R. pastures than frequent mowing & W ot oew 14 I ao Lawrence J:
River 'Wlilln
his home in Orange Heights after K. Dukes had the misfortune during the rainy season, says W. Lot In 6 Et4 0 IlIk ot NFJ'4 HI ot Sec as . _:

!+. ;} Thy word U i lamp unto my feet anil a light side my p lh.-Pwla 119:1057 conducting ing here at&Hope week's church.revival meet- to fracture his arm while crankinghis J. Shealy husbandry, extension, and agent Hamlin in animal L.- AU&Blks wt ot}7 NW44 18 19 20'81_II__U 6 20 Unknown "

truck. _
River In of
23 New Eye
( t( f1 i tt iit' t of at .H All religious teaching, doctrtae or Messrs. L. V. Moore, Jerry Moree O. P. and K. P. >Dekle visited at Brown, extension dairyman. .NID'4 ot Sea 13 W4 ofLola \,
i 1 ; 6I : creed if to have claim and Ethel Mooreof 9 14 6 JO .
they are any and Misses Amy the home of Mr.nand; Mrs. R. E. 4yo of Blic 41 New RIv. Lawrence WIlKIn
i of the muat be In harmonywithtqe here _
and devotion people attended church
the love loyally Starket
e 7q' apon Into and crevice Parrlah Sunday. and shrubs shouldbe I 401' In E ot NE'A, of BeaLots
Flower plants
teachtnga of Jeeua the Chrbt whose words fit every Sunday and were dinner guests of the IS & W of NW\4\ 8 JO m. A. .
of &
of the human heart andwhom it wee said in John 7:40,"NEVER MAN Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore.Mr. Messrs., Reed and Johnson watered late In the afternoon or : I 8 Btk 8 New RIV-4 Mabel SapD _

1 i' 8PAKU LIKE TItIB MAN:' and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Farm Journal, were Interviewing early In the morning. If wateredin "I' In E y ot NEy of See
r of section last 23 & WS4 of NWy, ___U 8 to
i ''t this the our water is lost by evaporation Lawrence
ty Pastors of Bradford and Unlo n counties are Invited! to use children, Mrs. Lonnie Hightowerand week. midday, AU Elk 2 .x Lot t New WIlKin ... I
tlvltes organization and announcement and drops of water adheringto River In icy ot NEy of .
of church ae Miss Debbie Phillips Lawtey
r { department for news Miss Johnnie Mae Coody, the leaves cause sUD cald. Sec 118 & W44 of NW'.4__ 14 I to Lawrence
the requirement the
i *. Space freely given nd no charge made- only attended church here Sunday.Mr. efficient professor of Brooks school may Lot 1 ot Elk 20 New RIver Wiggles _II
office before Wednesday Late afternoon watering la bestNOTICE In ot N10Y1 f'of Sea 28L :
i i that such Items r each thta Lonnie Hightower of Law- Eyy
i i being visited Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle & NWI( 8 20 m. A.
? morning, otherwise they cannot be handled for current leaue.i tey was the guest over the week- Saturday. to 5 5 10 11 1E ot B1k'l824 Mabel $aDD

r end of Mr. and Mrs. W M Phil OF1 APPLICATION FOR New River In Ey of NEy
Rev. Bain Pierce of the Penta- ot Sec IS & W'>fa of NWII<_U 4 :0 Lawrence
i 1 And he answered and said, I believe lips.Mr. costal faith, held services at Dan- TAX DEEDNotice Lots 1 8 5 7 9 11 ot Blk 17 Wiggins t
Howard Moore visi- New River In EMI Of NE14
that Jesus Christ Is the son was a
SUNDAY SCHOOL ville Tabernacle Sunday evening. Is hereby given.. That d. B.Colson. .
of Sea 28 & Wye ot NW\4U\ 0 20 Lawrence
I I of God. tor to Hampton Sunday afternoon. of Tax Certificate No. Wiggins
d LESSON Milliard Roberts of the Roberts holder Lots 1807910111218 of
: "And they went down both into Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dubose and service at 29 the 4th day of July A. D. 1027 Dlk 18! Now River In Eyof
'J $; ;S children and Betty and Quartette held a song has filed said. certificate In my office NEil ot Sec 13 & Wy, '
and the Bobby
the water, both Philip Danville Saturday evening. and made application for tax deedto ot NW"" 14 6 20 Lawrence
s eunuch; and he baptized him. Mrs. G. N. Woodward of Vero at the home Issue thereon In accordance with Lot 11 of Elk 90 New River. Wiggins I
/4 i r { 44 FOR AUGUST: 1931 Beach visited Mr. DuBose'a aunts, There was preaching I law. Said certificate embraces the In E4 ot N\IJ'4 of Sea 18
s "And when they were come up
Walters Sun- situated _.24
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerd following described property & Wy ot NW\4\ 8 20 Lawrence
t out of the water, the Spfflt of the Mesdames D. W. Moore and A. L. day afternoon at 3 o'clock and baptism In Bradford county, Florida, to- AUBlk31exLot.14811 ,"I"-. Wiggins

irtE: Subject! Philip's Missionary La- Lord caught away Philip, that the Sullivan Sunday.Mr. wltt 6 New River In EY. ofNEV
afterwards Section
immediately Lot 3. Block tt, Ward City, ot sea U & Wye otNW4
bors. eunuch saw him no more. and Mrs. Dubose and family 8 Township. 7 South Range 10Bant. .
Five Mile Creek; Rev. Brown of- \ --___ __wU I 20 Wlgglne Bros.
Golden Text: "Therefore they An angel may not speak to us were on their way to Chicago, fora I Lots 1 8 I of Dlk ft1 New
went ficiating. I The aaseamnent of Said property River In ot NEy ofL
that were scattered abroad, as to but we have the wordof month's visit with relatives and sold certificate Issued. was
Philip under the
Mr. and Mr. B. L. Dukes, Miss & E' 24 I 20 Lawrence
f + every where preaching the word. God and the commandments of friends. Dukes and Dana Dukes at- In the name of E. J. Ward.Unlena te125of 82 New Itiv 11'Iggins 1er I
R g 8:4.Lesson. and Eddie Gladys said certificates shall be In E ot NIDI4 ot Boo
Acts Mr. Willie Sullivan
Christ as a full and safe guide. The tended services at Danville Sunday redeemed nt1hl24t tax deed Z3 & W, ot NWy, __......24 8 20' Lawrence
S t Text: Acts 82640.: angel. told Philip what to do, but Waadcn of Waldo, were visiting and the baptism Sunday will Uiiue thereon day of All Elk 8 ex Lot 8 New Wiggins -_
Central Truth J A desire to see the bible tells us. Philip's desireto relatives and friends here Sunday AuKUst \IldaY River In m'>fa ot NE14 ot
fruit afternoon.Our AateI of July, A. D. Sec 2a & W\fa ot NWy, __14 820 Lawrence
I+ ; others saved is the greatest tell others of Christ caused him I afternoon. 1911. WIll In. I
section was visited by a AU Dlk U 8X: Lot 11 New
of. Christianity. to preach at Samaria, and dIrected Mrs. J. Carstensen la very 111 In O. W. ALDERMAN. River In :m% ot NID'4 ot "
heavy! rain Monday. Clerk of Circuit Court,
When the ten tribes were captured his work with the African her home here. We wish her a Seal Bradford County, Florida.. Sao 83 wt4 ot NW44._U 8 20 '- Wiggins Drol, _
Visited her .
Mrs. P. P. Dekle All Blk 44 ex lots 2 8" 5 -
z t ; about 700 years official. Jesus gives you salvationand speedy,recovery father Rev.. S. S. Proctor and slater 7-134-61-8-21. 8 or 8 New River In Eye ofNEy .
l r Christ, the educated, influential asks to spread the gospelto Messrs. Ed and A. L.. Sullivan ot Sao as & W3, of ,
5 to you Miss Marshall Proctor Mon- NW'A __________._14 0 to Wiggins Bros.
I Jews were as captives others. Are you doing that? If were business visitors to Starke NOTICE OF- APPLICATION! FOR All Blk 41 .x Lots I 3 18\ .
t Babylon and Gentiles were sent into have accepted Christ, should Wednesday. day.Fodder TAX DEED or 8 New River In of '>f
to take the place of you pulling Is now in season, NE% ot Sec aa & W, ot ,
Samarla you not In some way ask othersto Messrs. S. R. and Willis Swin- ___________14 20.'
in our section. Notice'I.'hereby that R. :3. Lots 1y II 1Wla..ln.. Dros.
These Gentiles intermarried 8/ i
those Jews. accept him? 'dell were visitors to Starke Tues- 2 ... Fracl Lot. I
Jews left in I Mr and Mrs. B. F. Gainey and D..v11l1 holder of Tax Certificate. 6& all Lots 7891011
; 'i t with those 0 No. 270, the 8th day of Aueruat A. U ot Blk 47 New RIver
Samaria after its capture, and produced day.Mr.. R. M. King of Miami was Julian Dekle were invited guestsat D. 192S office tint filed said certificate for In In EY, ot NE'4 ot Sea 113

t t a mixed race called "Sam- WEEKLY SEHMONETTE here Tuesday buying vegetables for a birthday dinner at the homeof my tax: deed to and issue made thereon application In accordance & W* of NW\4\ _______24 8 to Emil Mitchell _

rJ : aritans," who mixed the Jewish religion the Miami market. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKnight with law. Said certificate embraces S 111 A ot BW'4 ot NWy. -__24 8 20 11 Lawrence Wiggins I
I NE'4 of 8Wyex1AinNW -
l' J+ ( l with that of the Babylonians, Jesus Answers the Lawyer's Ques Sunday. situated the following. In Bradford dencrlbed,,county property -, Cor for school ___..______27 8 :0 89 Wallace. Nedd

' d 'r u'u'I do that the strict Jews at Jerusalem tion -t 1 Florida, to-wtt! NW\4\ ot NFJ'.4 __ 28 8 to 40 T. D. Edwards -h.
I Liots 1. 2, 8, 8. 7, of Block .4. Lincoln SE'4 ot I'IW\4' \ &S of Shy -
have Matthew 22:30 37 38 39 40.
refused to worship or : ,
t r MOWING MACHINE IS City Section 82, Town.hlp 6 ot 5E14 _ _--__-28 6 10 80 Eugene. Bryan
II dealings with the Samaritans. Jesus Master, which ia the great com- GRAHAM VALUABLE! PERMANENT South Range 22 Kast. WM. ot NWI4 ____--2A 8 10 110 I. N. Newell --1 tl

''tii j wan a Jew, but did not bold mandment in the law 37. JeJsus PASTURE IMPLEMENT The aaaeanment of Bald property E1.Etc of of SEyf'4----N-%o_29 8 20 80 I. N. Newell ,.-I
Bald certificate, Uaued was
riles Dale Mae Cor. under the
toward the Samaritans, said unto him Thou shalt love the !IE14 _._______
$$1 i that hatred In the name of Hannah Bogga.Unlens : - 83 6 20 120 T. !o[. Stephens. 1

r and that partly caused his persecution Lord, thy God with all thy heart Gainesville, Fla. The mowing said certificate shall be deed redeemed '- SE'4.of All y46 SE'4 ot SWI4---_ot___SWI4____-8a Not 6 20 40 A. L. Green ,--, t
'; ', 1 '1 by the priests and pharlseea and with all thy soul, and with all Services at Rock church Sunday machine is a valuable Implement In will issue according thereon to on law the 24th day road ---------___ 6 10 1\\ ''D.' :J. O. Creen Jr,
1.I Sr4 at Jerusalem. thy mind. 38. This Is the first and were attended by several families of August A. D. 1831. All W% ot SWy of SW14 Sot
I a permanent pasture state extension D. road _.___.89 6 10 11 A. L. .
of July A. Green _
Dated this 15th day ,
}'' When the church at Jerusalem I great commandment. 39. And the i from here. Among those *were Mrs. workers say. At this seasonof 1931. NEy ot NEI4 .______83 9 20..0 Eugene Bryan ?_1

was largely broken up and its second is like'' unto it, Thou shalt Etta Reynolds, Jimmie and Roy the when beef cattle shouldbe O W. ALDERMAN BEI'4 ot NElI4 ------___._33 6 20 40 EUaa Wilson ?-1
the deathof I I Misses Pearl and Gertie year ClerK of Circuit Court, at 8W14 ot 84\ &
members scattered after love thy neighbour as thyself. 40. Reynolds, Elk
I getting all their feed from pastures (Seal) Bradford County, Florida. ';Ey' ot R'W y4 ?___??13 8 10 60 Alfred'1 Thomas
Stephen, as mentioned in last i On these two commandments hang Johnson, Mrs. Arthur Broughton, and dairy cattle fully 90 per- 7-24-61-8-21. SW'I.o. ot SEy, ___.___.R9 6 20 40 W. R. HodKe t

Sunday's leaslon, Philip who was all the law and the prophets. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds Mr. cent of theirs, farmers cannot afford I0 WY-t,{, ot of NE&5E14, --NWIt k_Ny"of ___83 6 20 80 Robert Matthews . 1

s one of the seven deacons selected! Prayer: lly God shall be my Billy McEver, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram to let weeds shade out the NOTICE OV TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR BW\4\ NWII 01 SEI4:83 6 to 880 T. 31. Stephens ... IP

}' d to distribute the common supplies strength. Wasdln and others. NW14 .x 10 A In 8W: Cor _.84 6 to 160 Eugene Bryan ...-t I
grass. SE'4 _ __________
84 6 20 180 M. F. & LawrenceWiggins
d of the Jerusalem church, "went to, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and With the rainy season here and Notice In hereby given. that R. J. _

the city of Samaria and preached DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS daughter, Enza, of Windemere, weeds growing fast, pastures Davis holder of Tax Certificate No. I'IFJ'4' & S; ot NEI4 ____88 4 10 120 Empire Lumber Co.I_ I I
the 6th day of August, A. D.
d Christ into them. spent several days here last week should be mowed regularly enough 2011 lees, has filed said certificate In my NW\4\ _ _____ 2 7 20 160 M. F. & Lawrence

f "And the people wtlh one accord July 81 visiting Mr. Roberts' father, Mr. C. to keep the weeds down. Not only office and made application for tax NWI4 ot NW14 __ 8 or 20 .0 W. R. tgdge" __ _!t,
In accordancewith
i, gave heed unto those things which Life and Good Pays He that B. Roberts. will this be a big help to the present deed to law.Issue Sard thereon certificate embraces NE'I.o ot NEy __?____ 4 7 to 40 W. R. Hodge I tBEy

b", I Philip spake, hearing and seeing win love life and see good days, Little Hugh Brinson Roberts, of the following described property ot NE'4 & Ny" ot SE14 '
but will
of it
crop grass, pre- fiX Ry right of ____ 8 '
situated In Bradford county Florida, way 7 20 113 John J. Morgan _.. ...t
e '+. the miracles which he did. let him refrain his tongue from Klaslmmee, is visiting his grand to-wlti I Lot 1 of DIll: 1 In Ward

r "And there was great joy in that evil, and his lips that they speakno father, Mr. C. B. Roberts here for a 2 Acres beg at Southeast cornerof City----------------- 8 7 JlO Mrs, Laura E, Baxter..
9 of Dl1 1 In
J A city." guile.-1 Peter 3: 10. few days Went half ot Northwest quarter City _ _ __ 8 _
St of Southeast quarter & run North ?- 7 to W. W, Ward . .r_ .
t ; ,"Now when the apostles which August 1 Mrs. L. D. Easterllng and baby, COFFINS CASKETSAnd 140 yards Went 70 yards South 140 Lot II' ot Elk 1 In Ward ,
a bp Also Corn CIty _ ____________ 8 '7 JlO Mrs. m. :t. Ward _
East 70 yda to
ydfl, r.
at Jerusalem heard that Samaria There la no Discharge-There ia also brother, Mr. Olin Graves returned a Full Line of L40 yds North of Southeast cornerof Lot 7 of Blk 8 In Ward

had received the word of God they no man that hath power over the home Sunday after a week's Went half of Northwest quarterof City - ____________ 8 7 10 Mrs Laura E. Buter.
sent unto them Peter and John. to retain the neither visit in Georgia with their brother Undertakers' Supplies Southeast quarter & run North Lot 9 ot Elk 8 In Ward
spirit spirit; ,
27 feet West 86 feet South 27 feet City - ____. _______ 8 or to Unknown. _ _-. -
"Then laid they their hands on hath he power in the day of death: and sister Mr. and Mrs. T. A. AUTOMOBILE HEARSES 13 85 feet to beg In Section 82 Town Lot.. 12846ofBlkSin

them, and they received the Holy and there is no discharge in that Graves. shin 6 South Range 22 East.. Ward City _ ________ 8 or to John J.: Morgan
AI...,.. .. Hand. Thai ...t The assessment of said property BIll: ii In Ward Clty_ 8 7 20 E. T. Stewart
Ghost." Ecclealastes 8:8.August Mrs. R. M. Johnson and -, Lots 9 lOot Elk
war.- : daughter .vrvleo. mt ta> loweat.. price. under the said certificate issued was 10 In Ward .
Philip is called "the evangelist" 2 Madge and son Fred, were' Special attention to talwrnpft. In the name of L. C Bogga. City _ _____ 8 '7 20 W. W. Ward

and also the first foreign Mission- Fate of the Robber Behold visitors in Starke Friday. They Unless said certificate shan be redeemed Lot 3 ot Elk 11 In Ward '
according to law, tax deed City ____ 8 '7 20 Mre Laura E. Baxter _
14'' ', ary. After Philip had preached at at. evening tide trouble; and before were accompanied home by their EMBALMER will issue thereon on the 24th day Lottsy3. y3 8 ot DIll: 12 in Ward

Si S Samaria the church at Jerusalem the morning he is not. This is the daughter and sister, Miss Pearl of Dated August this A. J 16th>. of July, A. Lot of Blkl8 1n Ward 8 T 20 W. W. Ward .---

sent Peter and John to take chargeof portion of them that spoil us, and Johnson, who spent the weekendhere. DEWITT C. JONES D. 1991. Loltl 8 7 20 Mre. Laura E. Baxter-
lesson for 5I'ARKEFLOn1DA O. W. ALDERMAN f-Bl1: iS In Ward
that work. Then our the lot of them that rob us.Isaiah _
Clerk of Circuit Court City ___________ 8 7 to W. W. Ward -
: today begins 17:14.: Mrs. John Surrency was a visitor (Seal) Bradford County, Florida. Lots 11 U of Elk 13 in

"And the angel of the Lord August 3 in Brooker Sunday. She visited Ward. City _ _______ 8 '7 SO 111.. Laura E. BasterLot. -
6 9 of Bile l' In Ward
spake unto Philip, saying ,Arise De Kind to the ErringBrethren her father, Mr. Osteen who Is ill. NOTICE! City : :.-. =_:: = : ::: 8 1 20 W: W. Ward -,. --

and go toward the south unto the If a man be overtaken in a Mr. Berry Johns of Starke, wasa Notice la hereby given that the following described. lands will be sold Lot It1J "of: Elk14"in"wardLota
at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 1981. It being the : 8 or 20SO Mrs. L. F. Godwin -
,, way that goeth down from Jeru- fault, ye which are spiritual restore visitor here :Monday. 8rd day of Bald month, before the Courthouse Door at Starke In Bradford 1 3 of'Blii'liTn'Ward

salem unto Gaza which is desert." such a one in the spirit of Miss Mattie Norman spent the county State of Florida, or ao much thereof aa will be necessary City 8 '7 _' W. W. Ward .-
this Peloubet makes week-end with her at Van- to pay the amount due for taxes net opposite the same, together with Lot 7 of Elk 15 In Ward -
meekness parents
On verse ; considering thyself lest the cost of such sale and advertising. C. A. KNIGHT, Tax Collector.Description City -.._ 7 20 _- :Mrs. Laura 1: Baxter.
this comment: "In olden days the thou also be tempted.-Galatlans derbilt. Lota 5 8 B > 10 11 of Blk 15

r' Philistines'had occupied five great 6: 1. The baseball team of Graham .Taxes. In Ward City _ _______g 7 20 J.- D. Baxter, Guar. ,l
Sec. T. R. A. Owner A CostsNWyi Lot 6 of Blk 18 in Ward
i, cities in the plain along the Mediterranean August placed Lacrosse team Saturday af- City ___"___"u"__ 8 '7 20SO -- E. T. Stewart
and Gaza was the city The Rock Hear tefnoon. The score was 5 to 4 in of BWH 4 Bll ofNEy W 6 0 ff of P'raol Elk 17 In
Highest my of SWVi\ ..,.__ 1 T 19 10 E. B. Mitrhaa ______ ".n Ward City _,__ g Rodgers '1
S: farthest south. Philip was to jour- cry;) 0 God; attend unto my prayer favor of Lacrosse. 8\{, of-N13'4 _..... ___.12 7, 19 80 John ;J. Morgan ___ 48.81 Lots 1 8 11 13 ot Blk 10 In 7 Evelyn W.

ney directly south leaving Jerusalem ?From the end ot the earth willI All NEy\ SWH of NEV1 of 'sly\:H S__'or"la 7 19 40 J. I_ Matthews _____ 13.51 Ward City _ ____ 8 '7 SOSO Stewart A Mills t

on his left hand, until his cry unto thee: lead me to the Branch - _.__tlNWVt (20 20 E. A. & Mabel Sapp ___ ..51 Lots 6675ofB1k20in. -I InW
I Ward City _ _____ I '
7 Galney
the of SRVi A All EH of H. P.
intersected a road toward rock that is than I.-Psalm
higher Lo
y path FIVE MILEMrs. of sraVi W of public road 8 of Blk I 21 ard
4 west leading to Gaza which road he 61:1: 2. "A" All SWH of SEVi\ N of City .. g T SOSO W. W. Ward --
was to follow. Some scholars con- 5 P. P. Dekle, Cor. mill branch -_?_11 ( 20 TO J. P. Dowllng ____ 30.54 Lots 7, 8 9 10 11 f Blk 21 -.1'
August All NISVi\ of SE'i B of Mo- In Ward City _ ______ g 7 R. P. Lewis -
1 alder that the expression, "the Deliverance from Fear I Kin..ay Branch _____ISSWV4 8 20 20 J. P. Brewer ______ 18.89 Lots 5 11 of Blk 23 In Ward
'' of SEVt __ 12NVVM 0 20 40 Lawrence Wiggins __ 26.00 City. __ g 7 so W. W. Ward --
refers not to the - *
same is desert the Lord and he heard me -
Bought Mrs. B. I.. Dukes and daughter, of NWU A Nye ofSWJ4 12 0: Blk I nnWard/
road but to the city; for Gaza was) and delivered me from all my Miss Gladys, visited Mrs. Dukes'brother \ of NWH _13 (20 (0 B. F. Renfroe ____ 27.02 City 8 T 20' Mra. Laura E. Baxter -

,' destroyed, with its Inhabitants, In fears. Psalm 34:4.Augat: Mr. Tuck Dowling, near SWU of NWH ' Railway REVS_ Ex oftNE4NE&:of N.{ ot SE'4_ -.4,
..___14 _.___ way 7 20 108 David Coleman
3 and Gaza was built right of way 8 20 30.. W. Sapp 17.54 % & -of"
90 a new 8
B. C. Raiford, recently. BB Vi of NFJ', a 8-4 acresIn N ."" am\4\ .-I INE4 I
} directly on the sea, abandoning the A Constant Prayer Withhold Misses Vida Dekle. Christina SE Cor of NEV&\ of of"NW% -&-WlT" of10 7 SOax 120 F. 8. Fowler
old to which the NEJV4\ -___14 I 20 44 B. F. Renfroe __??_ 20.02
ruins of the city, tender mercies from Ity right of
not thou thy Falrcloth and Vivlrette Roberts NE'4 of NTCH eX 1 A In BEcor' i Ifl
referred as "deserted." Lord let kindness NW of Ex waySEVi --._?-.?._?10 7 20 108 David Coleman -
q angel me, 0 : thy loving visited Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle NEVi\
a obeyed the angel's voice, truth 1 A In SW Cor _.__..14 8 20 78 R. A. A Mabel Sapp ___ 2885 of SEVi _ __, 10 7 to 40 M. F. & Lawrence .. I Iswq
y Philip and thy continually preserve Friday of last week.A NW'.4 of SWU\ ____15 8 20 40 J. W. Townsend __ 18.88 WigginsSEy -
and his meeting with the African me.--Psalm 40:11.: protracted meeting began at SEVi-of 8WV4 ___-___.11 8 20 40 T. B. Edwards ___ 18.18 of NEU & NWy ot ,
officer and the results are thus S 8H of 8W14 of SE"N'4 _._11 8 10 10 Abram Kelley _ ___ 8.21 _ _- -- 18 '7 10 80 Empire Lumber Co. -
Sardls Baptist church July 24th. of SW t4 of sml4 -r--U 1 20 10 Hannah Williams _ ? '..11S N:Vyof! ;\'\&NN,of ; _
i S'S given in our lesson: PltESBYTERLVN everyone Invited to attend these IVI4, of NEH & SW", otNW'.4 w8Wi4 ---......114 T 10 80 T. D. Litchfield j 1
and went and behold NH of 8W\e & S4 of BWy __ 7 20 SO Unknown - -___ -
arose ; ,
services. NH of 8EH _______13 5 20 140 Farmers A Dealer Bank.lt4 NE\4\ of N1i:y ______.-??11 7 80 40 M. F. A Lawrence ,
authority+ 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. Rev. Clarence Brown, of the 8EV4 of 8WU\ ________:23 I 10 40 Lawrence Wiggins ____ 18.28 Wiggins """I
under Candace queen of the 13 A. In SEVfof NEV4 Comer NWM of SWW:\ is 7 20 David Coleman
Truby, Supt. Christian church has been conductIng Branch at Cor of Oliver All SB** of NKV& N of roadllS 7 20 40 ia"F"A"Lawrenca
1 ; Ethiopians who had come to Jerusalem 11 Morning worship ser- series ,--
a. m. a of-meetings at Danville land A run W 880 ft Wiggins -
to worship. mon by the pastor. resulting several additions by a to W. It. Oreen's land. S 10 A of 8EU Of SWU __15NBU '7 20 10 'Hutchlnaon Shoe Co. -1.
W to Outlay Branch, Non of SBU{ leas S 1 A_16 1
+ and' in 7 20 34 David Coleman -
4 '"Was returning, sitting 7:00: p. m. Christian Endeavor. baptism. Branch to 'larger Branch Com at pt 73 9 1-S ft W of

his chariot read Esalaa the prophet Topic, Wha.t Jesus Teaches About L. G. Johnson, Mrs. D. J. O. thane up said. branch tobag NB Cor of WW of NKW &
i _ _______13 SO 13 Lawrence Wiggins _ '.12 run W on Sao' Line 783 ft
Happiness (a study mainly but not ( A In SEVi of NEB lyingW thence a H mile then,.
"Then the spirit said unto Phil- exclusively of the beatitudes.) I of H mile poet 17S ft E 783 ft thence N to be..17 or 20 44 Mro. B J. Ward

ip, Go near, and Join thyself to this Leader, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright,I to place a post of beg In Branch thence W to W 8V4 8-4 of of Lots93less6A SWM\ of NW\ ._In_17 7 30 80 B. A. Foxworth ---- '

.d chariot. DELAYS 100 ft N 700 ft E 800 ft SB[ Cor B of Ry that
"And Philip ran. thither and Jr.There will be no evening church thane along run of portion ot N% ot lot 11 17.: I
Branch. thence to bagwhar SintW ot Ry-I A --__ T SO at' :J. D. Baxter. --.. -"'
5-'5 said, Understandest thou what thou services during the month of Au HAVK DANGEROUS Mos -J1-4a. post stands _____23 6 20 5 Lawrence Wiggins _'.., (88SO f ;{ of.Nwl

readeatT gust. Frae EH Blk of 4 NFU In New of Sao.RiverIn 23 of 9NEFy4V E% d k NEE S8E 44eo:!r

5 "And he said How can I exceptS Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 WH of NWH .- .24 5 Lawrence Wiggins _ 3.51 .. m 12 A of NW% v
+; some man should guide meT And m. rN4 Free Blk 8 New River In '4 - --_____ a9 7 20 Sit Hutchinson Shoe Co. -
t p. EH of NEU of Beo 11 SW'4 of N % .. NW of
he desired Philip that he would, A cordial Invitation to all our WH of NWH ________14 8 10 -- Lawrence Wiggins _ S.51SO 8W14 .. _ ---_ ..._22 7 SO 30 L. W. Sowall -,
y 'j: come up and sit with him. I services! extended to all. Lots 15 Blk: 8 New River In NE'4 of Nm'A .w: 1 A In NE .
E." of NEVI of Baa 13 Cor for school ..___ . -
which he read ____12 7 -
"The 10 29 Unknown -
scripture W. of NWV4 _._ ____14 6 Lawrence '
.. \ Wiggins _ 1.71 NW14 of NWVI _____33 7 .
r was this, He was lead as a sheep SAXTOISTRegular Lot.. 8 10 11 11 of Blk: 0 BE'4 of NEV4 .x-8-A-In- NW 10 40 Unknown -
t to the slaughter; of New Sec River IS'* In WH EH of of NWU.24 N J1\4! \ 1 SO Wiggins Bro. __ (.35SO W14 Coe 0 1sEVfo8fHI'E-vT-' m Mr.. S. E. '1'bl.pen _

I "In his humiliation his Judgment preaching services every Lot. 1 4 of Bile 9 Naw RIver 8W14< of SEH;] .-_\ __ 10 .0 S. 1_ Preeeott -, .-
taken for his life is first and third Sunday of each Philoeophen may counservcu In EH of NEVI of sea '.( of __ Starke -
was away; Wu4out 5 7 10 10 Bank of
Nwi ____24 1 8W
concerning the dangers which 13 WH of Wiggins Bros. ___ 1.71 NW\4, of 14 .
taken from the earth. month Rev. W. B. Christy of Law beset modem life You Lot.1 4 ( 8 11 ol Blk 110N.w SW\4\ or SW'4 _ ---U '7 20 80 Bank of Starke _
St "And the eunuch answered Philip tey Methodist church la charge. A tee River In EH of NEVi Corn at NW COP of Beo II .
L" these dangers In the expeti- of Seo 13 WH of NW ,.U 1 SO Wiggins Bros _ 14.11 run ID US yds a 440
: c' and said of whom speaketh cordial Invitation extended the pub- :rd.
nee*of others. Fin.b one 01 Lots 71 of Blk: 11 New Riper W 435 rds: N 440 yd. to pt
:F : the prohpet this T Of himself, or of lie tf. the greatest In EH of NBH] of Beo or bec-a. A also com atE
1 other man? IS WH of NW (I ____24 < 20 Lawrence Wiggins _ 1,78t 490Cor of .
"' some Why dclavhsvingyourlnsui' 11 .x Lots 811 NewS : da 8 440yd.toZ:
,' + a "Then Philip began at the same BAPTIST nee reviewed and AllRiver In !] NR of Pt of her then.. 10] 810
scripture, and preached unto him dju.ted Sea 11 1\Of' NW :34 1 Lawrence Wiggins _ (41 fll: 080 y to your present needs?Delay, Lot. ( II 11 Hew ) to the Pt * beg
Jesus. Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. redangeroua-and expeiuivtl River In EH! of MB of -73 A -- --u T 10 108 Wiggins A Smith -
,"They came unto a certain Water Thomas, supt.Worship ., Sac 83 WH of NW 14 I It Wiggins Bros. _ __ t.tlLota N4 ot NE'4 I ns 1 A iA NE.
; and the eunuch said, See, here at 11 a. m. In the absence HAROLD C. WALL Lots Elk a4sSIIS1011 11 N.w RI.... In.1 E of Wl4 cor of for IW'4 church of NEB--__t EN_-, T 20 It Traraan. D. Dyel

is water; what doth hinder me to of the pastor, our brother of NE of Bee II & W of 8E1,4 of NW\4\ 1 I II 40 R. 8. Rosier. ----I i
ot NW ____U. to Lawrence'wiggloa _
be baptized T Wilbur Scott will again preachfor INSURANCE t 8 VTl 1700101111 .14.41 8\i\ ot NWI4 of 8W'4 __ 1 I U 20 W. H. Koreancnr ---

"Philip said, if thou believest UI at the morning service. No of Blk 14 N... River laEH Eof NW1,4 NE\4\ of of N5.NEx" N y4
!: ofCONTDtU1t
of NBU' af Be. 11 *
} with all thin heart, thou mayest. evening service.- STARKE. FLORIDA WH of NWVi _.. .- It I 20 Lawrence Wiggins _1LST' ( 'PAOB'AOa '.)

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11',JULY._._ 31. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY. TKUEORAPn.8TARKK,FLORIDA __ _. __. _...___ __ __.... ___ PAZ THRKIB >> }




Will Be Continued During Next Two Weeks or till 'Aug. 8th Ii,

:j If Read About The Wonderful BARGAINS Now Being Offered

r4ii' '- 5 Ibs.extra Grade 7 l-2c Unbleached'y
;; Sibs. Bananas for15c 40c House Brooms

Blue Rice for20c MUSLINLimit
,, : These are fine f
4-sewcd--'9 to 10 o'clock
:: Friday & Saturday-This week
: '
Friday or SaturdayOne 10 yds to customer'
'III..f..;:, or nextGround Saturday Aug. 1st 15c2pkgs.Cigaretsfor25c At 5c yd.
: lot plaidGingham .
: Coffee
,. One Lot Soft Finish Nainsook ;'

: fr '. ;\ ; 21bsfor f - - 25c 36 inch 15c quality
,., and old time homespun 7 l-2c
,.' '" and We grades Sale Price - - -- l IQc
Friday&Saturday,July 31st&
Carnation or Pet Milk August 1st Usual lOc Unbleached Muslin '
Sale yd. - - Fine Quality
,3 large Cans ______________ 22c ,
+Yxry y r a Or 6 small ________________ 22c No.2 size Cans of AtGcyd.
5 Ibs. Best Granulated
We take Black Peas 5c s
your Eyed can One Lot
SUGAR for 19c
- -
Chickens[ or Eggs With Grocery Orders Outing Flannel
3'a"I Charmer Coffee13c,2cansfor25c
& At Market Prices-for Merchandise Regular 12 l-2c & 15c Grades
$ ka' instead of the Cash 10 pounds GRITS or 1 1
I AtY/c yd.
m Corn Meal] for 23c r
Best\White Bacon
j : Full 16 oz. Cans
Limit 2 Cans
Octagon Soap Soap
PoundIO 21 pounds Ballard's or

C ; These are not plates 2lbs.Lardfor19c Sea Plane Flour f for 58c i Powders, 3 f for ----1 lOc ''f'fIZ.



We are going to close out everything in Hardware Department regardless of cost--- r

Men's 50c Shorts or Athletic DRY GOODSLadies HARDWARE/ '
Men's Regular $1 Shirts SHOES
lOc Ilankerchlefs $1 Heavy Galvanized Tubs,
Blue Denim Overalls 39c or 3 for $1.00Men's Sale Price ?..*________ Sc largest size,Sale Price. 69c Shoes for most everybody.Boys 4
Men's lOc red or blue Hand Next size SOc,next lOc,small 39c School Shoes, Black or Tan,
Overalls kerchief sale-price __r__ 5c Best Hickory Axe Handles sizes,21.2 to 5-they were$2.50, 4,
SOc Silk Sox Ladies Regular $1.00 Silk Sale Price _ _- ...__.'___ 25c $2.75, $235Sale t
Hose,sale price _________ 79c Ratchet Plow Beams,
Sale Price 69c Sale Price 25c Ladies Full Fashioned,Silk 95c, Sale Price _. __reg.____._49c Price, $1.95 pr.
Hose,sale price_...______ 59c
Dixie Plow Beams, 90
Men's Knit Drawers or Under- 25c Voiles, in colors,sale Sale Price_ _ __reg.____ ___49c Boys Work Shoes,Sizes 21.2 to
shirts,SOc kinds price_ .. _____________ 15c 4, that
formerly sold at US
Men's Heavy Extra Good Single Trees $
All We Laces, .____._ 5c
now ____ and$2.00Sale ,
'WORK SHIRTS 39c or 3 for$1.00 5c Laces now ._?__________ 3c Brtmly 60c kind Plow Sale Beams Price, $1.50 39c

Sale Price 49c Coates Spool Cotton,spool_ 4c Grade, Sale Price _______ 69c Price, $1.25 pr.GirVa .
"Men's regular SOc Suspenders Ladies 50c Silk Hose Plow Back Bands,45c ones
-Regular 75c kinds, Coat Style Sale Price _______-_25c Sale Price _ ________ 2Sc Oxfords,sizes 2 to 5, that
Sale Price 35c 1 lot boys 12 to 18 years Stove Pipe,Good Stock,25c formerly were $2.50, $2JS 7
SOX Undershirts _ _ ______15c Kind,Sale Price. _______15c
25c Dress Materials 25c Curry Combs,Sale Price 15c Sale Price $1.50
Jl for en's lOc Sox,Sale Price,2 prs. Grocery BargainsBlack Sale Price _ ___________15e 25c Shoe Soles. Why pay pr.
15c; Men's 25c Sox, Sale 35c Dress Material others,pro Sale Price____ We Girls Sandals & Oxfords, sizes f
Price 18c or Eyed Peas,lb_______ 4c Sale Price _ _________lOc Shotgun Shells,12-16 or 20 12, 13-1 to 4, formerly priced,
Great Northern Beans, lb. 5c 20c Dress Materials, Guage,box,Sale Price ___ 69c $1.50,$l.1S,$1.98-
3 pairs for SOcMen's LaTouraine Coffee,lb. _____27c Sale Price _ ___________12c 410 Guage Shotgun Shells ;
Corn Flakes,pkg._ ______ 8c Reg.25c,36 in. White_Indian_ Box, Sale Price ________ 59c. Sale Price, $1.00 pr.
SOc Head,Sale Price r 15c Good Galvanized 'Water
UNION SUITS Monarch Wheat, pkg. _____ 17c 3Sln. 'White and Pink Slip Pails,Sale Price ________19c
Sale Price 39c3for$1.OO Pure Creamery Butter lb.__26c Material Sale Price____37c $L00 Pocket Knives,SOc Ladles Shoes, odd lots--mostly ;
Pure Cider Vinegar, gal. 3Sc $1.00 Work Gloves, Styles,Sale Price _.___69c 2 to 5.Sold up to$3.50-
Bring your jug Sale Price _ ______65c 75c Pocket Knives, many
White Ring Flour SOc Work Gloves styles,Sale Price_----_49c Sale Price, $1.50 pr. g .
Men's Regular$1JOO Grade 24 Ibs.for_________75c Sale Price.. ______35c
Blue Bird Flour 1-4 In. White Elastic Men's Shoes-All at liberal
DRESSSHIRTS 21 lbs.____________7Sc 2 yds.lor________ 5c 200 Dresses $1, $135 Values $5.00 only$3JS-$330 reduction -
Pillsbury Flour 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting Sale 59c-2 for$1.00 kinds now $2.49, etc. They a
69cor3forZ00ti 24 lbs.__.-__.___.._-..82e Good Grade,Sale Price. __21c J all reduced for rapid selling."r' .are Fly,


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"" any.rntnj\ 'xvw''.r'' v.r n"y'9 \6+ 4 rw"",v19> t}j.>'''.1A' 'rrf+'rs'It. '''r'f, ' '

/lu 7h.1.tUtt.tM/1. nlAltltE FLORIDA I_ 71 LY
t 4 rlntes utlJ'li"" t1,
i ( 'PAGII: FOUR 190J
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--- to reaching an agreement the 1031 Florida
must be used
that the revenues
and leglalature
of the rules engineered
waiving ,
Sternberg. Marjorie Stump Margaret house over revenue measures was plete its
the state adva.
of legislative
ward elimination
Adkins of Gainesville. Dor' .aisve News Its immediate passage. "I regretted about. 30-mlnutes recess pry
.' ... to do it, but I had to," Mr.. lorem tax on real estate. It further noised -
othy Ritch, Jean Laird, Margaret shall b< was begun shortly before 5'o'clock.
that the tax The
:1'ii lflci.1 Williams, Kathleen Gaskins of would Wainwright distribute said.any The funds measure comingto collected provides only from August 1, 1033 Upon reconvening of the body under to avoid way an was paved,!rvu! &"
: Murla Weeks, Mary of O. extraordlnafJ
: Bartow, Carrying a total of $3,724,525 Bradford county from the rac- to July 1, 1933. the floor leadership Rep. when both house b6
J f Pearce, Lorraine Thomas, of Valdosta annually, an appropriations meas- ing commission, one-half to the Pierce Wood, Liberty, chairman of I working feverishly and! ,

Ga., Hope and Georgia. ure was passed by the house late school board and one-half, to the The senate passed without discussion the house finance and taxation more revenue ,
; KENDRICKS-OIBSON Haynes, Martha Powell, Bunny Ca.nova Thursday, after the legislators had committee, who also was the chairman '' measures III,
i ; Lakeland, county commission's general fund. the documentary stamp day than during the IItt
Lucia Turtleff of spent the most of the day argu- of the recess committee work-! entllb
bill. The vote wall 21 to 10. The Ing 97 days.
J, d I ,, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Beverly: ing other controversial matters. for a tax of 1C Ing on a program during the period carrying out bills py
provides a
announce bill aggregateIs At the Thursday morning ses- measure cornprolDlae
1i The appropriations between the first and second:
approaching sion, the senate refused by acclamation cents on each $100 of the value oi evolved Friday
) e the engagement and 1333,362 less than that passed by extraordinary aesslous adjourn mOrning to
I their daughter BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED the to concur in the house bonds, debentures or certificates oi another extraordinary
of senate to which body
; ,3i\t } marriage tho ment was taken at 5:45 o'clock until -
\ t' Elizabethto amendment to senate salary bill Indebtedness, with the same rate eluded an additional
1 "I Margaret measure as approved by the house, 8 m., at which time the senate one ceat
r'' f Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall enter noW The senate bill called: fixing the compensation of state of on each original issue of stock p. in on gasoline, a tax
1.i were presented
; Mr. William Steven Gibson tained at bridge at their home Friday for a total of $7,057,887, accord ficials. The house, when the sen- Transfers or sale of stocks after issue 'concrete proposals form. RepresentativeWood and a documentary atamplj

1 f y4, I of Red Springs, North Carolina night The guests on this occasion ing to statistics made public by ate bill was taken up In the lower at the same fate is provided by said an agreement had been -

j ;:k'" the wedding to take place In the were members of their Rep. Henry S. McKenzie, Putnam, branch, substituted an entirely new bill. Promissory notes, any writ reached between the senate and an Abolishment of the J
near future. bridge club and a few friends. chairman of the house appropriations bill for the senate measure. The ten obligations to pay money, assignments Informal house committee on the (Concluded Office
Baskets and vases filled with committee, while the budget I senate bill made cuts ranging from of salaries or wages or on page j.)
TURNER pink crepe myrtle and zinnias lenta commission recommendations had 10 to 20 per cent while the house renewals, real estate deeds and following points: Passage of a one
i m decorative note to the lovely living been $8,804,055. The present appropriations measure struck out all cuts of more mortgages also would be taxed 10 cent gasoline tax, the levy to go to

9 ', ; The marriage Is announced of room where the tables were bill, under which the than 10 per cent, placing all reductions cents per $100. Proxies for votingat the general revenue fund; the approval -
14 1 t j :: Mrs. Lillian C. Turner to Karl A. placed for bridge. state government has been operat on the same 10 per cent any election In the transactionof of a documentary stamptax Say it with Floweri

r yt Floreua on Wednesday July 22nd. The high prize for men was won ing for the past biennial called for level but Included the cabinet of- business of corporations wouldbe and the passage of an intangible ."*ad.'"....".., ii....i i.s_j,*
1 tl' : After a wedding trip to Cuba, Mr. by Mr.: Gus Beasley and high for I a total of $9,105,578 annually. ficers, who were left at their $6- taxed 10 cents. Failure to pay property tax measure. "* n
l $ ,irk i and Mrs. Floreus will be at home the ladles by Mrs. O. L. Beasley. 000 annual salary In the senate the tax would be a misdemeanorand Flowers For AU
'r to friends their new home In Avondale Guest prizes were presented Mr. session measure. Consolidation of the occupational removal of documentary stamp Enactment of the general appropriation -
Jacksonville. and Mrs. Gus Beasley.A The fireworks of license tax got under for use on another document wouldbe bill to provide funds for OccasionsGERTRUDE

,::4 b: ,. -. salad course was served the came during E.Thursday Lewis morning, Jr., way, at the.morning:session, after punishable by fine not exceed- the operation of state departmentsand -----. .---p ?mm nmmtm
''; DOBELL-SIiOREF following guests: Mr. and Mrs. C. when Speaker from Clay Gulf, took the house messages,-.were received and ing $500: or imprisonment not ex- institutions for the 1931-32 *"***
F a A. Knight, Mr. and Mre. Gus Beas representative new bills were Introduced. ceeding one year. The state comp- biennium, a salary bill fixing the GODETANDERSON
:' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Shore ley Mr. and Mrs O. L. Beasley, Mr. floor in an effort to effect a'compromise - troller would be charged with col- compensation of state officials and

o : announce the marriage of their and Mrs. Junlua Smith, Judge and plan between the house lection of the tax. employee and the biennial tax mill-
Eileen Maureen to Mr. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and Mr. J. C. and senate over taxation meas- Working on a program designed I Saturday night
measure early
' daughter age Phone 39 I IHKPOIIT
Saturday ures. At Mr. Lewis' suggestion the to avoid a third extraordinary session Fla
Dobell on
Ellsworth Robinson. remained as the final duties of the
4 George nineteen house resolved Itself Into a commit- of the 1931 Florida legislature A tax on amusements also was
' twentieth,
14 ,' hundred, June and the thirty-one Minneapolis MISS KENDRICK IS HONORED mittee of the whole to discuss the the senate Friday night pass- considered, but it lost by a tie vote, OF THK I1OAIUJ OV I1OFVIJ T1UISTKKS.; CITY OF 1'rU'
speakers proposal that the house ed a bill to place an additional tax 14 to 14, and consequently was not FLORIDA, MONTH OH" DUNE luai
Minn. .
iir ,above announcement will be The members of the Woodmen !request the senate to pass the cig- of one cent on gasoline with the included in the general plan discussed _ ?. ? -_HECEIP'rarights ___________$1388.48
r'y,t The friends evening 'aret tax measure, previously killed estimated revenues of $2,225,000 to by the senate and. house Water -,-,___- 54.85
I'' Interest to the Starke Circle entertained Tuesday __ _. ____ _
( of Supplies _ __ __ 55.25
!{ tiii that action of committees. The commit- -- -? -
f, of Mr. Dobell who formerly resided with a surprise miscellaneous, by that body, and after go to the general revenue fund caucus And checks collected _ ___.._,.-____?__? 8.88
shower honoring :Miss Elizabeth for the house to sanction the pro the state. The bill roared throughthe tees were not formally appointed, Fine __ ____.-,___- 183,38
''l Starke.
+ ti, In
s.l. Kendrick; whose marriage to Mr posed two cent additional tax per senate under full head of steam, but consisted largely of impromptu Total receipts ......-11890.35
Iri l ADKINS Stevens Gibson, of Red gallon upon gasoline, already passed smashing through first, second and gatherings of house and senate DIIIDUR8EM..JNT8
i, ;1,, MBS. A. Z. William _._________ __ ,
I In the senate. Rep. G. Pierce third to final in members. R. F. Clark bal on salary for May ? ?.?
;, HONORS MISS MATTHEWSThe Springs N. C., will be an event ol readings passage O. EJ. Stansbury.-.- bal. on salary for May ______?_?__.. .*J!
I August Wood, Liberty, made the charge exactly 20 minutes. The one cent Berry Johns bal. on salary for May ____------_______ __ U
' 'I p Lake cottage of Stump In a charmIng that the clgaret tax proposal had gasoline tax bill tonight, which The senate also was offered the Bank of Starke, light refund ".86, labor at plant $90.00 C O D;-
Kingsley Miss Marjorie
v' i
and charges, supplies $44.05 freight on fuel $84.41 labor Water
.MY'. i Mrs A. Z. Adkins waft the scene of manner, gave a reading, "Tc been defeated in the senate by an brings the total gasoline tax in suggestion that the cigaret tax be department $9.00. supplies. $8.00, office supplies $3.40, Ford expense .
party Tuesday afternoon the Bride," after which Misses Amy "organized trust. "Current rumor Florida to seven cents a gallon, was revived but this was voted down two months., $28.67 _____. h ill
a very pleasant ___ .
tnsl. Wire Co. electric
Collyer supplies ,
''r 1 ,: i when Mrs. Adkins entertained and Ethel Moore entered the hall has it that they entered that sacred the chief Item on a compromise 23 to 10. J. O. Christopher Co., Supplies water _______-_____ Y
I at bridge honoring Miss a basket decorated la chamber over there with the so- program suggested as a means to- Duncan Rlectrlc Mfir. Company, Meter parts, etc __. h
carrying ___,_____________
DeWItt C. Jones, supplies
i bride- called black bag, Mr. Wood de- clouds of a third ex-
ward breaking legis- Threatening
a prevailing
; Florence Matthews, popular pink and white filled with presents Fairbanks-Morse & Company engine parts ____ __ p
elect. for the bride-elect. Miss Kendrick clared, after the objections to the lative deadlock of the present see tra session of the Florida legisla- Rtarke Telephone Company, phone Bervlce _______?__?_ ,

The spacious porch, cool and Inviting was also presented with a bride's clgaret tax had been raised, "upona sion and avoiding a call for a third ture were dispelled late Friday Bradford WeatlngrhouHa County Kelectrlo; Telegraph Mfer., publishing Company,;electric statements supplies__ i n<;i

was very attractive with book in which those present had selfish basis. The bill was not extraordinary session next week. night when the house of representatives Quit Refining" Company, car distillate __?__..______ .. lit
the graceful arrangement of hang- written their advice to the bride. defeated In the senate legitimately, The program, calling for passageby : passed, by a vote of 52 to Quigley and Davis, supplies ___.__________________.__ MPittsburgh
Meter Co. Water meter
Ing moss,, palm leaves, and basket Mrs. Charlie Powell, Mrs. P. J. and when I say that, I mean it was both branches of the legislatureof 35, a measure to place an additional General Electric Equitable Sup. Co., electric! supplies __._parts____..,., 11 u|
flowers in pastel shades Pearce, Misses Amy and Ethel not defeated by the people of the one cent gasoline tax bill, a tax of one cent per gallon on C. A. Futch, balance on salary _-_____ .., _vl___,__ u
of summer 11. F. Clark salary halt month -_____,_________. 1W
i.e.. Tallies, score pads and coverings I Moore served refreshments tc I, Florida, Mr. Wood asserted. He documentary stamp tax measure gasoline. The senate proposal for O. E. Btansbury salary half motnh ____________. ? g
bridge tables featured the about seventy-five guests. was speaking In favor of the speak- and an intangible tax bill, with the a tax on intangible property had Berry Johns salary halt month ________________. 4;
for pastel the motif. I I .- - er's proposal and at the outset had addition of an occupational bill to previously been approved at the Returned check __, __ __ _____________________.._ F

The holder of high score Mrs said "I deny that there has been a the list if the legislature see fit, night session. Total disbursements _?______________?_ lnh!(

fit' E. M. Johns, received a pair ol tax rebellion; it is not a rebellion, was mapped out at a series of con- June 1st amount on hand HKCAPITtl.ATIO_______:_______-_ ____.$39(10.17Receipts (
hose, and Miss Ethel Griffin, who HAMPTON but an Inability of the people to ferences Friday. The gasoline tax A spirit of compromise began to for June _ ____.___..________,,-__.,,?_?,._. ._ 101fO,35 '
low was given a box: MU. Ada ?:NlmKO. Cor.Mrs. pay. There has been some relief bill giving the revenues from one- be apparent In the house of representatives Disbursements for June __________________ ill,,
was awarded but it Amount to balance _ _________-______._______.? JSi
of linen handkerchiefs. The honoree given by the legislature, cent additional tax to the general late Friday afternoon
was presented a china plate isn't enough and for that reason we revenue fund, is purely an emerge as news of an executive session of $G650.53I |18160!

6 f In her pattern as a memento of the M. L. Watterson and chil must have some new sources of ency measure. The bill specifies I the senate for the purpose of I June BOth. amount rAsh tin hand __________.._______ $4354X
occasion. dren and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh,, revenue to produce money for the

.::1 The hostess, assisted< by her who have been visiting in Ft. My state at once." The committee of -

li n; daughter Miss Lois Adklna, served ers and Avon Park, returned to the whole activity resulted in no

., ; a salad course. their home here last Sunday. They; agreement being reached..
.': .r; The guests were: Miss Florence report a very pleasant trip. -
r Matthews Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Our little town encountered an When the house convened Thurs BRADFORD COUNTYBIG

g;, 9', Mrs: C. W. Chalker, of New Orleans electrical storm last Sunday evening day morning Speaker Lewis turn-
.' Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs R. F when Mr. J. W Eddy who ed the gavel over to Represenative: *

ll' ;(,i d, Demorest Mrs. O. I* Beasley, Mrs lives two miles south of town, had Caldwell and took the floor to ask
t A; D. Galt, of Albany, Ga., MUu the roof of this two story dwelling that the house resolve itself Into a
', Ethel Griffin and Mrs. H. V. lifted off the house and placed on committee of the whole. After the
Knight. his garage. The family, who were motion had prevailed he said: "We
1 0. _ in the house were not Injured, and have been here 96 days and very GROCERY STORE
1. :Mlia II. 0. WALL ENTERTAINS has car that was taken from the little has been accomplished. It :
x BRIDGE CLUB double roofed garage received only seems that the senate and the
slight Injuries. The roof of the house are at loggerheads," and an- i
T Flowers of the Bummer season house while in flight struck the nounced that he had been requestedby
1 to decorate the lower and grounded it leaving Hull Building Starke Ra.
were used power line a number of members of the - - - -
l floor when Mrs. H. C. Wall entertained the town in total darkness for house to suggest a plan "that we ,
S: the members of her bridge several hours reintroduce and pass a three cent -
;: club and a few friends Friday af Mra. Jennie Roper, who has beenin per package cigaret tax measure
ternoon. Waldo for several weeks has returned and send It to the senate and that

Sr '+Ix; High score prize was won by to her home here. we then swallow and pass a one SELF RISING FLOUR 24 Pounds 57c
Miss Flora Belle Jackson and sec Mrs. W. P. Blrt and children of cent gasoline tax". He declared h -

ond high by Mrs. O. L. Beasley. After Alachua were the guests of friends that he was suggesting the plan In .1 .
"' the games an ice course which and relatives here last Sunday. an effort to arrive at a compro- __ nm___ -
c ; carried out the color scheme of Seventy-four pupils of the Bap mise between the two houses. I
'.+ pink and white used in the decorations tist Sunday school enjoyed a lea --- r
.: and tallies, was served the ture from State Supt. W. W. Wll- In the house Thursday a bill was Whole Grain RICE Best White Bacon

,r following guests.Mrs lien, of Jacksonville, last Sunday Introduced which would make the
D. C. Forehand, Mrs. A. D.. morning. The method and valueof membership upon the road depart-
f, 'Gait, and Miss Flora Belle Jackson,, the Six-Point Record System,, men *n elective office effective with ]10 Ibs. - cSibs.

of Albany Ga., Mrs. C. A. Knight,, was thoroughly explained also the the next general election, the members -, 5Ibs.for19c i Pound - - lie
Mrs.: O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Gus Beas qualification of a successful Sunday to be named from the congressional 25c
y r ley of Goose Creek, Texan, Mrs. W. school teacher was beautifully districts with one to be -

kl, i T.t Dell, of Gainesville Mrs. J. M. pictured and explained after named from the state at large, the -
Brownloe Mrs. T. B. Hassle, Mrs. which the Six-Point Record System state at large representative, under
.'I {t O. L. Ilaynes, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, wall adopted by the Sunday the provisions of the bill, to be the Grits-and Meal

} ua :Mrs Frank Carpenter, of Winston- school. board chairman. The measure was
f. Samel. N. C., Miss Mable Weller, Mr. Herbert Thomas and sister, Introduced by 21 representatives, Compound Lard Pork and Beans

Mrs: Edward Burns, Mrs. T. T. Misa Lorene Thomas were the headed by Representative Watson, Slbs.forI9c ,
tj + Long and Mrs. D. P. Carpent.r., guests of their grand parents, Mr. and was referred to the miscellaneous -
% 0" and Mra. O. Haynes last Sunday. legislation committee.
CHRISTIAN ENUEAVORERS Mra. ELmore Redd of Alachua lathe 2lbs.for20c Can -5c
1} ATtAKE guest of Mrs P. B. Hunt this. A perfect record was broken Meal 'by sack .$1.98 Large - -

week. Thursday In the house of representatives
The Christian Endeavorer Society Miss Mary Pearce of Starke, visited : Florida legislature. During - er

of the Presbyterian church ber.aunt, Mra. R. M. Faver, 66 legislative days Representative
} heM a business meeting and social last Sunday.. N. D. Wainwrlght Sr., Bradford -JMILK I BACON"Pound
1 t at the :Mitchell cottage at Klngsley The Hampton public school Is county,has stuck by his. determination P&GSoaporPowders3for BOILING

Cll.. ,. Lake last Monday evening with progressing, nicely under the able : not to introduce a bill but he Van Camps, Pet, Carnation
Mis: Lucille Mitchell as the gracIous management of Prof. L. H. Futch entered one Thursday, under aIL
B. Barnes, the ------ Small
hostess. W. and hi able corp of teachers
president of the society, presidedover J. N. Rutledge and family left 9c
;' the business session. It was last Saturday for Pompano, where E.: tAGERGREN 2 f for 15c 4 f for 15c - - lOc - - -

decided to keep up the Sunday eve- will be located during the winter -
Ding meetings during August man the. Surveying-Leveling
'' After the business session a swim Mra. Philips and children were Mapping

ID'the lake was enjoyed, followed the guests of Mra. Phillips' parents Starke Florida Pure Ground CoffeeNo BEST BUTTER MATCHES
:: by a watermelon feast The following Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes last .
members and guests were pres- Sunday. Chickory
ent; Mrs J. M. :MItchell Miss Lucille lOc Box --5c
nr' Mitchell, Miss Elizabeth Kendrick NOTICE -
i. MIllS: Patricia Lamb, Miss ;W. G. String fellow 2Ibs.ior f - 25c Pound25c

4y Lolselle Turner, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. All parties holding keys to Radio sets and aerials Installed 5cBox.2for - - 5c

a Davis Miss Jean Davis, Miss Clar- safety deposit boxes of Bradford adjusted, repaired I _
ice Gill Miss Joyce Reed Mr. John County Bank are requested to remove Member of National Radio Institute I ,
Powell Dr. and Mrs. George H. contents of box and return Washington D. C.

Lowry and Margaret Lowry. Al- keys: before August 1, 1931. PHONE 105 STARKE. FLA. Western Pork pslb.20c Neck Bones 2 lb. for - - 15c
together it was a happy evening. JOS. E. WILSON, ,
it Liquidator Bradford County Bank.

ENTERTAINED' M0-4t. Beds Springs and1Ilatlre88es Ribs lb. lOc
1Sll ,a Mills Kitty-Hogsed celebrated CARD-OF THANKSWe - - - Snoked Country Sausage, lb. 17Y,

; .* her sixteenth birthday by entertaining ,wish to thank everyone who Nothing 1st more essential than -
rl 1t a group of her friends with lave sokindly offered assistance. a good nights rest Come and

a swimming party at KIngsley md sympathy In our great sorrow look over our stock. Let us explain Pig Liver r,3Ibs.for f - - 25c PigTails,2Ibs.for15c
.' Lake Saturday afternoon. over the death of our beloved our easy; payment plan to
After a delightful swim, the rothcr Dogan Knabb. you. -
";Ii young hostess assisted by her Mr. and Mrs W. H. Smith
-t. mother. Mrs. W. B. Parks and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Lonnla Morgan. DENMARK

I r. C. S. Laird served a salad course. CHOICE WESTERN .STEAK AlI euls lb. 19ctF
1"!. Kitty's guests on this occasion Apopka plant Co.. Inc., newly FURNITURE CO.T. -
;r ,-were: Misses Lois AdkUu Martha irganlzed concern, with headquarters C. CHASTAIN,Mgr.. j

:r:.:1,. .;, Lois Long-, Lillian. In this city.

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were visitors in Jacksonville Thurs Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Lester Price, NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT stroyed but the still for this out r------------
day. Eldredge and Vera Claire Robinson, ,- fit had not been set up 4
]Mrs Lillie S. Lewis and grandson, Notice (fa'hereby given that the I were imported from Germany and

Bits ,of Mrs W. E. Middleton, Miss Ha- Granville K. Lewis, Jr., returned tax assessor of the city of Starke, Tampa Two brothers, T and : the dredging plans are to fill the
'"I gel Middleton and Miss Madge Wednesday from Roanoke, Va., Florida has filed with the city 9 years old, were drowned here this enclosure with the dredged matter
Middleton were visitors in Jacksonville where they were the guests of Mr. clerk, tax assessment roll for 1931. afternoon (In Hlllsborough Bay as afterwards to place on the new
Monday. and Mrs. C. D. bn.w .. AU persons desiring to file com- their rowboat capsized In four feet bridge, thus formed a concrete)

d IDeal NevOur plaints or make requests for correction -: of water. Jack Grantham, 7, and warehouse It was stated that

" Mr. and Mrs. J. K. M. Newtonof Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and will submit same in writingto his brother, Burton, 9, were the vic about 200,000 cubic yards will be
Richmond. Va., arrived the tax assessor prior to August
Tuesday tims. They were playing In the
Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. D. C. Forehand -, cut away by the dredge. The Improvement
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. 18th, 1931, at which time the city .
T. B.
Concerning People Business and and Mrs. W."1'. Jackson, left boat, jumping In and out of it, with to the docks property
Massle. council will convene as a board of
and Town. Monday to attend the funeral of an unidentified negro boy about the
of the County .
Progress Mr. a. S. Jackson, brotherinlawof equalizers to examine said assessment same age and all three of them fell named will represent an outlay of I
Mrs. O. J. Griffin who has been Mrs. Jackson, who was suddenly roll.Attest Into the water. The negro boy about $230,009 and the work will
4wJw visiting in Waycroas, Ga., and : C HOOVER,
killed Sunday afternoon by light waded ashore and disappeared. The be rushed to completion. Ia't
Jacksonville Beach returned home C. A. FLITCH, Chairman.
Alabama. bodies of the two white boys were
ning In Dothan,
REPORT Miss Eva Rigdon spent Thursdayand Monday.Mrs. City Clerk. 7-Sl-St recovered a short time later
\\'EATIJER- Friday in Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville George D. Auch- l

I by starke branch U. J. L. Simmons, Mrs. T. N. Mrs. Hilda Williams and daughter Wauchula With the shipmentof ter Co., received permit to erect :
i piled Departmentt B. P. Witkovskl of Jacksonville Kendrick, Miss Lucille Mitchell and Miss Lucia Turtleffs, of Lakeland 43 barrels of frogs during the Peusacola-The Louisville and 915,000 garage building at State j
restrY JulY 29, 1931 is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Kendrick were visItors spent the week-end with Mrs. last week, total movement of this Nashville Railroad Company has
ending and Laura streets, to be occupiedby
ek started a dredging contract to fl
E., S. Matthews. In Jacksonville Friday. P. E. Canova and family. Mrs. Williams commodity from Wauchula
MaxDdfn.: Precfp. returned home Monday and now ex- deepen the channel along the piers Stanley Motor Co. t, A
te ceeds 10,000 pounds during the last
The friends of Mr. E. D. Card Mr. and Miss Turtleffs will be the guest of
70 Mrs. J. T. Quigley have four weeks, or since June 23. There
''rl1t 26 92 73 will be pleased to know that he Is returned from their vacation which Miss Bunny Canova for several have been 103 barrels of frogs sent STEAM PRESSING COMPANY <,*> Y'PIlone -p

24 96 94 11 convalescent after a long illness. they spent touring". North Carolina days. out from Wauchula since shipping J. Frank Thoman, Prop. 9 %p- %A

25 97 11 2.150 and Georgia. I { began In June. This week Cong. ; 52 c; 48gE9' ,;

26 94 11 .61 Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Zackarlaa of Mrs. Frank Carpenter, of Win- Herbert J. Drane was a visitor In ,- .. ., - -- .. -
27 Lake BuUer, were visiting In Mrs. F. A. Canova and little Wauchula and
91 70 .T. ston-Salem N.C., who before her inspected the frog
28 91 7' Starke Tuesday. daughter. Mary Ann of Bushnell, marriage was Miss Virginia Weeks hunting sections. He went with a 1-1023 1
29 are spending the week .with Mrs. and who has ftertr honored with party of friends to the section west

Y Dan Boree of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin re- E. E. Canova at Kingsley Lake. I several parties while visiting her, of here Monday night and posed

visitor In Starke Sa">urday. turned Tuesday from Rochester, I mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, has returned -with some frog hunters for a photo- ATTEND OUR JUBILEE''
-J New York. Miss Mary Brownlee and Miss to her home. She was accompanied graph. He was sho'vn how '

1 Charlie Johns of Balwin.;,was Kitty Hogsed are spending the ; home by her father, Mr. the frogs are located and r
;,tor In Starke Thursday. Very special reduction on every week with Miss Martha Brownlee R. A. Weeks, Miss Murla Weeks caught, as well as other phases of
dress at Stump's. Come In and see at Kingsley Lake. I and W. T. Weeks. the industry In which several dozen CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF
IIe. OlHe Marr Is spending: some the bargains.Mrs. I persons are now engaged in this t
N. C. I section. Hunters get 9 to 10 centsa
Jm Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews
R. C. Heiberger and son, pound for their catches and It Is FRIGIDAIRE ACHIEVEMENT
the week-end In Madison
Eugene of Theressa, were In visiting BROOKER understood the demand Is ateady In
of Tavares, spent Mrs. Crews' elster and brother-in-
t, J. G.
friends. northern cities where the local
Starke Saturday visiting pro-
Leek-end here visiting friends., law, Judge and :Mrs. J. R. Kelley. Mis Vera Oalney, Cor. duct is marketed. Shipments are ANNIVERSARY

Little Miss Myra Stanley of Pa- being made daily.
La Maybell Webb Is spedlng a latka is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. J. W. Edwards and daughter Mrs. G. W. Larramore of St. Petersburg

1sIS \with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns. P. Smith. Mrs. R. O. Daniels of Sarasota, has been visiting her I' GIFT TO ALLVISITORS.
Tampa Police said today thatJ. '
are visiting Mrs. Edwards' daughter brother, Mr. Luther Sowells and I
D. Tolllson 42, Ala.,
JC. Kinlaw was a business vis- and L. Mrs. Freeman of other friends and relatives here
Mrs. Edward Burns Mrs. Henry Holly- a
| Jacksonville Saturday. this week. : was arrested last night for Investi- G !'
to A. Davis spent Friday in Jackson- wood. I gation in connection with a confidence . .
Isv Isn ville. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and
scheme and committed suicide -
11 I. and Mrs. H. V. Knight were Mr. and Mrs. George W. Price, little son, Glenn and Mrs. J. M.
14t 14n t [ors in Jacksonville Saturday.and Miss Hazel Underhill spent the Si', and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hood of Jacksonville, were visit- Detectives In city jail reported a few they minutes arrested later. I(It 4t Interesting demonstrations ,

week-end with her parents and had Price, Jr., of Jacksonville, are ing Mrs. Crosby's parents, Mr, and Tolllaon after ,
J. T. Moore of Law-, Mrs. L., R. here shortly 6 p. m. and J h Special terms of only $10
uc Mrs. as her guest Miss Teresa Bennett. spending a few weeks at the Robinson Gainey Sunday. placed him In a cell to await ex- ,
were in Starke Tuesday. I cottage at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. A. F. and R. B. Raulerson
II I amination today. A half hour later down. And a special Jubilee .;
104u I Mrs. A. S. Crews and Mrs. How- of Okeechobee, are spending a few they said they went to his cell to rr
11 ls Bunny Canova returned ell Nashworthy spent Tuesday In Mrs. W. H. Taylor, who left days here with their parents, :Mr., Identify him further. They found offertoallwhopurchasenowiArrange
11Id ]ay from a visit In Lakeland. I Jacksonville.Mr. Starke on July 6th for Pleasant- and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. he had looped his necktie over the I I y
104'' ville, N. J., where she went to visit be dur
Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and Miss cell door and stepped off his cot.. to our guest
41 So E, H. Smith was a visitor In I and Mrs. F. F, Stump and her son, Elmer, returned home'last Lola Gainey spent Saturday nightat Other prisoners said he made no
42s 42s esvllle Monday. family spent Sunday afternoon at Friday. Kingsley Lake with their friends outcry. Dr. D. Q. Meighan city ing this anniversary event.

: Keystone Heights.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird. physician, said the man died IS
|IIlllm Powell In "Ladles Man" L. C. Kickllter and family. Miss Messrs. H. P. Gainey and Resale minutes later.
I Monday and Tuesday at the J. M. Knight who has been Wilma Jones of Stuart, and Miss Colson were attending to business FRIGIDAIREGUARANTEED

els |ty, Starke. the guest of her son. Col. D. E. Blanche Cunningham of Sanford,, in Live Oak last Tuesday.Mrs. Daytona Beach Capture of
s+ returned to her home In were guests at the home of J. F,
Knight J. M. Hood, Mrs R. B. Raul- two liquor distilling outfits In the
10 and Mrs. R. F. Demoreat Lake Butler Monday.Mr. Kickllter the past week. erson and Miss Lois Gainey were woods southwest of Daytona Beach FOR 3 YEARS

s visitors In Jacksonville Mon- --- visiting at Raiford last Sunday af wag reported here tonight by Fed-
Paul Knight of Gainesville, H. D. Lcavengood business man- ternoon.
prohibition Agents, who were
Sunday in Starke, the guestof ager of the Ocala Dally Star, stop-
spent Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby Mrs. accompanied on the raids by Dep Smith's Service StationStarke
Jessie Mae Blakely spent his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. ped In the Telegraph office for a A. V. Rauleraon Mrs. R. W. Bran- uty Sheriff George Clifton. One of I
i (week In Jacksonville visiting Knight.Mr. few minutes Tuesday, while en-
the raided
nen and Miss Vera Gainey were placea produced a 60-
route to Jacksonville.
ves. ,visiting at Klngoky Lake Sunday gallon still and eight fermenting Florida
_. ,
J. J. RJgdon and daughter,
afternoon. '""A the other, 31 fermenters
r,and Mrs. Pate Gassett andy Miss Eva Rigdon, attended Primitive Mrs. C.'W. Morgan of Ft: Pierce, Mrs. Drlgger.and, and a quantity of mash were de-
Sarah Miss
,pent Sunday afternoon Ine. Baptist annual meeting at Lit- was visiting relatives and friends X47
e. tle Rock church Sunday.Mr. here the past week. Mrs. Morganis Eliza Dukes were visiting friends
pleasantly remembered here as and relatives here Thursday.
Messrs. L. R. and F. A. 1
Billy Harris of Jacksonville, Miss Jessie Thomas. Gainey
is a
B. W. Curry spending
t with her grandparents, Mr. who has been visiting his aunt, Moody Live Oak were transacting. businessin SPECIALS-FRIDAY & SATURDAY JuI31-Aug.]
Miss Smith of Jacksonville, Tuesday.Mrs.
I Mrs I. J. Reddish. Mrs. E. H. Smith has returned to Myra ,
i his home. arrived Sunday to be the guest of C. S. Laird and daughter,,
:' coming Bird Hose at Stump's. her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jean, of Kingsley Lake, Mrs. A. F.

I new r ahades, $1.00 up. Remem- Mr. B. F. Keeler and sons, of St. Smith, at their home on West Mad- and R. B. Raulerson of Okeechobeeand
\ |they are guaranteed. Petersburg, enroute to Pittsburgh, ison street. Miss Lois Gainey of here were TIP TOP
(''I Pa., were guests of Mr. J. M. Truby visitors to our school last Tuesday Grocery

and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and and family Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee and afternoon.
Lora Miller Miss Iris Brown is spending
Iy' week in little granddaughter,
are spending
into, Ca. Miss Martha Powell, who has Frazee spent Sunday at Atlantic some time in South Florida with
l been visiting in Jacksonville returned Beach, where they were the guestsof friends and relatives. Regardless The Cost Say Howell 4II
home Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Likins. Mrs. P. A. Crosby spent a few
1, wee Edna and Opal Shawt Sunday accompaniedby days of last week visiting her chil- -- -- . -- -- -__n______.__________
t with Miss Virginia Mager. - ---- - - --- -- - --
Monday in Gainesville
dren in Jacksonville.. Guaranteed Beat Pan Gold 1 Maxwell houseCoffee
f sister, Mrs R. R. Lewis. Mrs. Jessie Morgan of Fort) >
Mr. and Mrs. W H. Parrish and Pierce and Mrs. A. F. Murrhee am; Mr. H.. B. Crosby ,was visiting
I filter Underhill and son Paul, Mr. Bernice Johnson of St. Augustine daughter, Alma, are visiting rela- relatives In Jacksonville last Wednesday Flour 24 Ibs. 60c; 12 35c; 6 23c I lb 27c

I spending this week In Frost- weer guests of Mr. and Mrs... tives and friends In Jacksonvillethis and was Accompanied home .

" t attending to business.!; W. H. Hart Sunday.Dr. week. by his mother, Mrs. P. A. Crosby. -- ----- -- -- -- --- -- -,- .-- -- --- --' _--. -

I, ft -< Octagon or P & G CompoundLard,2Ibs19c r
Ity Streets" at the Gaiety, O. L. Haynes Is moving his Mrs. James Godbold and son, I
ke, Friday and Saturday this dental offices to the Canova Phar- James Jr., of Jacksonville, arrived DR. R. W.-MARTIN Soap or Powder 3 f for - - l lOc
macy, occupying the upper floor oj Thursday and are the guests of DENTIST,, ,

the building.Col. Mrs. Godbold's sister, Mrs. S. S _
Phone 83 Hours 9 to S -- '-- -
Eva Marcotte, who has Dowling.Mrs. Best Grade-White Smoked Whole Grain
i the guest of Miss Lois Colley, Floyd Green and Major Hans Over Corpenlng's Drug Store
|Tuesday for her home In Cuba. Austin left this week for Lake City J. M. Shaw and daughters, /

where they will enter the veterans Misses Opal and Edna, have movedto Bacon lb. - -I 10c Bacon Ib. - 17c Rice lb. - -,- 4c
Kathleen Maidsley of St. hospital for treatment. Starke from Gainesville and will ,
.tine, was the guest, of Mr. make their home here. Mr. Shaw i
Mrs. R. j. Davis Sunday.W Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr., Mrs. has been here for several months 666 Fresh Killed andDRESSED Great Northern
W. H. Hart and Mrs. Wm. Dobrow operating a market.Mr. .

,i .A. Colley and family, were visitors In Wildwood and Rell._LI4VID..OR.....TABLETS.. ..... .. f.
a .1.
lane Eva Marcotte spent the Fruitland Park Tuesday. Rusell Daniel of Sarasota, SO _!..<... chMk. a O.M tk. lint FRYERS lb. --33c Beans 4 Ibs. 25c .
fPdln Amsterdam, Ga. i and Mrs. E. J. McMullen of Tampa, Cop..'urn*,, .aral..han, tartyCara ,
Gossard's! Mls-Simpllclty gives who have been attending' summer 868 Salve for Dab-. Cold.
i W. A. Sterns and Mrs. G o. you the perfect princess lines. See school at the University of Florida,, See It Ground
spent Thursday In Jackson the new models at Stump's, also were the week-end guests of Mr J.......... _ _

1- corsets and brassieres. I Eugene Matthews. I r rI : Cheese, Ib - 18c Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c Coffee, Ib.--12/c

J. J. Rigdon and daughter, Miss Vivian True of Daytona Visitors at Hoover's Studio during ATLASThe .i..,
Beach arrived Tuesday and will be the last week included the fol- Brands - --
'the guest of Miss! Hazel Adkins at lowing: Mrs. W. :M. Vanslckle! of mAll MILK Medium or Coarse ,,;(

IT A WORD Kingaley Mr. B.Lake Jacobs for who several has days.been. A.Carter Gainesville Marks of of Palatka Tampa.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.W.Chas.M. Tire: -Standard GuaranteedOne Oil j 4 small 15c or 3 taD - 20c Il Grits or Meal, 10 Ibs. 25c I .

spending a while In northern mar-
I COLUMNPure kets purchasing a line of fall and Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Coffee of Arcadia Year
winter goods returned Friday.Mr. who have been spendingsome Alligator Apple Butter, 2 Ibs. 6 oz. _________-__ 17 l-2c
Jersey milk, fresh time In Talahassee where Dr.
tier and buttermilk, delivered and Mrs. Elmer Lazone, Mrs. 'Coffee has been a member of the M4N4HN4NNNFrigidaire Pears 2 for15c Concord
or Grape Juice pl. ____ 171.2c ,
at Biscayne Filling Stag Fanny Mason and Mrs. Ina Lehr .legislature spent Monday night _-____
I";"-miles north of Starke. K. were visiting the Misses Baisden with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover.Mr. Yellow RipeBananas

I Is. 7-3-Bt Saturday.Mr. 10c Size Pork & Beans ______, ___________.., 5c
T Thomas Llmbaugh of Lakeland 5 Ibs. 19c
hound dog, named .. and Mrs. J. L. Wilkes of who has been in New York
J led er. black and yellow and Jacksonvlle, were Sunday guests of attending the Scout Executive the three year guar- 5c Size Salt, 3 for -____________________? JOc '
r V.. ta one bind leg. Reward Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at Training School arrived Fridayfor Concord

j! Sarnpson ormatlon City.E. B, McKin-It. their Kingsley Lake cottage. Brownlee.a visit with his aunt, Mrs. .K.L. anted electric refrigerator Grapes 3lbs. 25c lOc Size Black Pepper __________________ Sc 'J'

Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum of St. ,

i ii RENT House- A six-room two- Augustine were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beaaley. who 5c Size Matches, 3 for ____-: ________ ___ lOc
i b. Ii on cherry street. Mr. Tatum's brother-in-law and have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. Iceberg

t the a year comfortable place, to sister, Mr. and Mrs. It'.7. Davis. 1. BeaaUy left Monday for a short For aaie'bySmith's Large Can Malt Syrup _-----_...___-____ 35c _ _
, "bl round. Rent rea- visit in Tampa. They will return Lettuce each
j t. W E. Daugherty. It. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and the latter part of the week for a 122CRipe | 24 lb

daughters, and Mr. Barney.McRae short visit before leaving for their .. Pillsbury Flour _____________.._ 85c
1 ea"B for Sale home in Texas. Service Honey

! R3 ARE: NOW READY- FOR Laundry Soap, 2 for ?__________________ 5c 4
I r. canning and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns and Balls each---10c <.
,00 per bushel at farm near Dancing Taught son. George, of Lake Butler spent StationStarke Jersey Lily Pure
IU1 the week at the Green cottage ,
,. eta Spe-
I An persons Ballroom tango tap 1
1 f.pears in town can phone cial Summer rat**. Enroll now. Kingsley Lake. They entertained Lemons doz. 25c Butter
I' -
pound 2&t f
number of friends
102 and I will deliver For appointment, phone 910 a large; Fla. -
l.tinct. N. D. walnwrtglit OAINESV1LIJB. FLA. : Thursday from Lake Butler Jacksonville ,

I and other points _J "' - ...-.. _-- .

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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE I.) Deacrlptfoa .. Taxes.
-I ... T. 11. A. Owser tso {lco.C. ...... T. n. A. Ow'aee
D..rlptlo. s.... T. n. A. Owner R Crete b..... .t NEI Con of NtLV NW'//yof NW'/ ---S5 12! 20 Mrs R. 8. 4
NW% of 81'4 k run 8 156ft. NV.W t BEy4 ---376 6 10 R. L. Drown QntheU
t I i NEy4 _ _________ I II It J5 Cordon Orllrla n.n8E N 188 It E All BE'4 y." W of Ry 2.x
Weekly from Home Demonstration \\4 of SE _______.-6 11 fO J. D. Carmichael. __ 18.81NJI 670 It tJOb::_. A -_____.. 1 11 I' U. D. D7al _ .' SWy4 of NW\4\ of AEy4
Specialist Tallahassee ; of NE ________ .83 II 11 40( J. D. Carmichael 11.81 NW. of 8Ey Ex: 1 A In NE of 8W-8 A a all SWy4
I W' of NW ____-24 II .1 80 J. D. Carllll'b..1 _....0 Con & U road __..,,_ J5 1 J1 18 Angus Hat _ _____ 88.111 of MWV4exRty, { of N 5437
J N. of NJol of NWy. ___26 II 11 10 lioracs Norman _ __ .... 8M. of SW'4 also be. at of SW"-', of 8W'4-. 1.0 A&ex1
W% of NW of NW __III I 11 .0 Ml's Dora Clark 10.09 'BW Coro NE'4. of W''' ot100ftsgofNside .
1L 1c44 of NF.of NJI+ __28 111 20( ldlss Dora Clark ____ U.t1JoJ &runN100 7de. E 18yds of awyy of 8W\4\ EI
i SALT IN THE KITCHEN of SW% of SW417! II 11 10 Mr.. 11. C. Edwards 10,09Ail 8 160 yde W' 190 ydsto of & adlolning road right
road of ________88
SWy4 of NJo4 N of beg. also beg at BE corof way - U as J. 1. Harrell
a s A In NJ'J Con of SE\4\ NvLy4 of 8W 34 & run N All 837' nt SW4" E of RY28 II II II ) '
J R'' Many uses for salt In the kitchen of NW 11 I J1 J3 3. 3L Reddish ____ 16,61sEv 100 W yde S 100yds Eye of SE" or8E\t4\ .x S Mrs Lucy F. l1arr-OI'I-R

other than seasoning have been i\4 NF'All 8Wy'of iy7 l:1 yd. : beg: _____36 1 It lIS B. E. Hall ____ 61.061v .20 ft-131/4 A -- 27 II II 14 J. L. -.k
1 \ S of pubile road % of NEy of SJo\4 .. 1 Com at NliJ cor of Sea 88 t 11arrell & Co c
tried and found helpful to the N'A of 8E\4\ _____17 II .1 240( Lee Morll'AIi _ __ ,.... Ato NEor of N4' of run W 180 ft B 1010 ft -I t
) ) housewife NI"'A of FIE' ________U 6 It 40( n. C. Con _______ 19.71 save 25 1 It It HI's. Oraoe Kinney ___ 16N44 ..18of E 1820 ft N 1010 ft to
of SW'4-___________28 II .1 .0 T. 11. T7er n. ___ 1'.11 Ny4 of NWl4x I7 beg
Odor Salt - -------------- II 12 to
Burnt NW'/
To Remove of NW'A & W44 of "U ft _ ____II 7 11 .0 D. B. Nolan _______ 25.31NWy4 Eu4 of lot U 41: all lot 11 In James Ooodtellow .
4+; , thrown In the oven after anything IIWVt.of NW'4 also com \ of sw4; __18 7 11 40 It. T. Crouch _ 19.18 Woo.nawn ----------10 II 12 111 W. N. .O
ins has been burnt will make the odor, at sw Cor fit NW\4\ of Com on 8 line of NWV of Lot. 10 63 &: Eye of lots 111 Norman -
MW'A a: run E 8 chins 45Ilnk.
NE'4 on W line of'Ryrllrht 63 In Woodl..wnSO 15 28 -I:
' { ' less disagreeable. .. thence N fO de. of way run N on II! % Of lot II In Woodlawn --81 II U 80 II L.Mr.. 3. T. Parmenter

r When Frying; Fish! Sprlnks a lit E 10 chna thence. W < right of way 10 yds to aPt Wy4 of lot 17 41: all 18, II, H. :fUll -u
9 chns thence S to beeis _
of beg thence W 170 8 In Woodlawn _81 II I
-- 36! J.
,, .l tie salt in the skillet before placing: ASIno24SAInNWconof Lots .9 64 In Woodlawn C. Clemons
'+ + P' the fish In to fry and It will not SW\4\ ot SW'4 _______U G It TO W. H. WIIIUen ___ 0.81 ydy.di too eight dofEwa224 I S\t4\ of NWy4 of NW\t4\ ___.81 85 II II 28 18 10 to Jam.W. O. Brooke --h_
All NEy4)jJ of River &: NEIi t'l.nce 8 of Jones _ 1 11
yIl stick to the skillet. of BE3e .x. about A for on right way 13.30 All B'4 Df NB44 &: NE. of "_
church & cemetery. 124 2-5 yda to beg ___29 7 21 II Unknown _ ____+ SEE of Rv: -_________$5 II U 4 Mre.
For Baking Pancakes: Make a 8E' of S14 N of branch NU of _______!A 7 11 80 L. C. SmIth ____._ 118.88 All N 8.. of NW% of NWy4 Lucy F. IlarreU
t little salt bag and rub the gridiron a N'W'4 of SE\4\ NE\4\ 4 N4\ NWWyy _._____ 21 1 11 .0 Cha. M. McKinney _ 19.13 VI" of Ry ex 354 A for ?

a' ,q r with It in place of grease. The of BVly4 _ _______29 15 U JU W. M. W"ltten ____14.... I Com at SE Cor of NW ofNE'r4 cemetery------ II 22 18 3. 1. llarrelJ
run W I'll yd' Lot 1 Feetevlleracing. & Co.
of ______29 15 11 .0 B. V. Sturdlv.nt 111.1. !!
AWy4 5W144
-I Ill
,' cakes will not stick and there will of AEy4 of AEy 80 1It 20 W. H. Wl1ttt.n ..11 N 115 :rds E 115 yda IS N' of NE\4\ & NE%, of
4r L ti y be smoka odor. 8'S 1o & Rents 9.21Nf. 115 yds to belr-8 A &NEy4\ NW\4\ ---__-__ I U 1'7' .Ire.
P no or .'1fo: 810'/, l4fo SEV -=11 : 21 21 10 80 8; U: Rents John ::: 4.83AW'A : of NE'.4 _ ______12 7 11 48 Unknown _ ..__.__ 13.84 SWy of 821B of NE'A a Lucy; F. Ullrrell _
Y's To Cream Wrap N'4 ": of Sl'J'4' .. 4 83 K. Cannon _____ III.GO8liJ -1 I
Whip Rapidly J. W. Townsend, ____ ::118.111JI 8Eyy .17 40( C. Ay4 of fiW'A of NI'4:' &:
\ of Lot 4 _._.82 I 11 liB
( of 8E\4\ ._____28 4 II .0 B. B. Wilkinson _._._._ 22.80
the In wet towel sprinkled 10.09 \
jar a C. Edward.
21 10 Mr. H.
; 1.JI V NW44 of NWy4-84 II Bye of N% of NF.7/y or S y N4Ey' SNN1'yQ o[ NW'of

t w4 n"" with salt. Keep cloae to the ice tot of NE4 & N 16 A ofN104 __ 11.n of N'4 of lot. 1. 2 1..8. NE'4: of SEf'A _______28 15 U
of S 'A ____ 84 15 U liS F. Harnage 80 J. 8.
InAW ___ _____ Austin
+' a short time before whipping. Add ofsn14 A. COI' __ 28 4 II 80 U. IL Pollard __.__11I.88 W It A ot of
SE of ER _
% N1H.. A NEy4 S of of SW1,4 of t t:
__ __ ________11I 15 21 80 W. Co Iemons '0." % AE\4\( NW14 & N34 NW'A ________
J4 a pinch of salt to the cream. NW4 of SW L of SW'4 ____.__.28 4 II .0 Unknown _ __._ 22.80NF.'A NE'A of -BE'4- -a I 8 12 8 .Unknown _
r V Ex A InNIi nfNEV4 fOx'lot. 8 N4 of Ny4 _
;4 To Extract Nutmrutn Whole To Con ..!_ u 15 11 85r. A. 1Iarnage ___ 28.41 W of Ry & SID% ot a of 8211 of S.C'A ___ a I II 110 Edw. &
of __811 Ii U .0 T. N. Norman _._.__ 19.13 NE1'A : Catherine
crack nuts properly, soak in saltwater NEy4 BW'4 __
r 1c { E'J of Lot 10ofB1k1 & & W4 of NE\4\ It NW\4\ 1 II 23 805 N. T. Bitch ___.__263.71E'h N'44ofB3.4ofBWy4of Rogers -
of NE'AW4 ofNEa -E j
over night. Crack on the lots 3 JO ot Blk 8 In 1te11bronn 3 of 0 NW of NEy4 - -.---__._ 4 8 22 111 Dire.
end with hammer and the meats Springs! In NE\4\ __18 5 It Oreen &: Mitchell ___ 8.41 NE & y of NE of #' SE"" of RW'A n____ 4 8 21 40 lumen Katie Tint\ Dell _II
____ Elam Lewis _ _ 19.73 ,: ,, of & Adkins
> NWy4 of NW'44 1 8 It 40 ( NE'4 of SE'4--- 4 8 U 10 _tEl -
will out whole. Salt brine Improves NW\4\ SI'J'A of N & Ju.
y'V come _' 10.09E 1'6 W-S n. WAInwright
84 of of NE'4 1 8 It 20 Kelley DoSs A of
RW'4 of
of NW __ ______ SW'A SW 4 -__ II 8 U a II
F 4 fi the flavor. % of AWy4 of S1JV. 80 SE'A W34 % 3 5 II 280 N. T. Ritch .:____152. 3NUl E'4 of Rny4 lii Ji\t]\! of SE'44 N. E. Mathie __

t1} To Handle Fish To of FlF.I4 _________ I It It 60 Mrs Malr"' E. Edward. B.n &W44ofSWy4&AEy4\ of BW\t4\ of 8EV4 _-_ 8 8 23 85
Easily: prevent All NE'4 N ot road .__ a 8 11 111'1 Mrs. Annl. B. Alvar._ 15.00 of HWy.k8Ey4ex18A\ EH of SWfc of N. H. MathIs _I
flah from slipping through the IiE'A of 8Wy. _____.__ I 6 U 40 l1' a Raymond In A'. erv rllrht of wevl. 8 II II 1584 N. T. Ritch __318.43 of SBU SBH & W% ..
st ....--- -. eeel Lots 23 24 of BEW 1 ____? a II a.! en .. ___.. _00
Li t : fingers diD the flnirrri in salt. : : = SEH of NE"E- -- n .u..y King
a : SWU of SWU _________ 1 S 21 40 W. C. Wei4.- lawn - -___ 1O II II 40 Peter Sol'l'enlon: J2.80 A of % of BEy4 _I _I
: l To Remove ("Ish- Sculps: To remove S'/4' of SWU 4 a 21 80 Empire Lumber Co. Lot 84 In Woodlawn __10 I 23 10 Lacy Or/iris/ _ .__ 11.116 of SWU BW SBV A all S%
{I fish scales easily first B1I:'/, of HWU&SWU ofye I Lot 81 In Woodlawn _.___11 5 22 10 Dr. 0..0.. E. Smith __ 11.98 EV4 of % R of Ry-34 A--10 B 22 194 win. E. Yarbrough _
pour :\ A 8KU: Of BEVi ___ BNEH 6 21 120 Empire Lumber Co. S3.E8 Lots 83 .0 .9 II' In Wood- SWW of NWH & '_I
i : f ... hot salt water over the fish until of NBH A WVi ofNF.4 lawn _ ______:___t1 II n .0 A. :S. Swarts. ...___ 111.88 S W4 of of SEH! of NWW __10WiA 8 23 40 Marks & Cllreath
% &
scales curl, at this point A NWU WVi ofSWH Lot 48 In Woodlawn __..11 I II 10 Samuel Clark _._ 8.18 SW'4 NWy4 NW'Io of I
scrape swu _ ---__ A 8 21 160 3. W. Townsend __1154.110 Lot 51 In Woodlawn __13 I U 10 C. H. Addison<< ____ 8.18 of & Wy" of 8Wy4"
r.kin (I f, rapidly. Next wash in cold water. \ of SWU ___ 1 8 21 40 WlgBlna Bros. _ __ 26.26 Lot 28 In Woodlawn __..13 5 2B 10 Unknown _ ___ 8.13 SWIA a W4 of E4 ol
'F si t'' 'c r To Clean Sinks ctc.t Sinks and SRI: _______. __ 1 6 21 160 Lawrence Wiggins .. __ 11.80 Lot n In Woodlawn ..1$ 5 J8 10 nettle Bennett _._ _._._ 8.13 NE'44 of SW'A --_____.11 8 22 180 Unknown _ _ _
1 MV] AWV : E Wy WVi ---...__ 8 8 21 480 Empire Lumber Co. ._12'.11 Lots 11 61 In Woodlawn __.15 I U 20 David L. Starlina' 18.89 wu! of BWU of SHU __11 8 23 20 Paschal _!
drains can be kept clean from &: ot NWH of 1 A In Lot JI W of Hy ___13 II 22 1 Cha. McCartn.y _ ___ 4.13N ESt of NEUof SWU !__it 8 28e J 0 Cameron Bros Stove _..I 1
F k? grease and disagreeable odors by A"S'WH'of'' NfiJVi! A ot Lots 1 8 In Wood of SWVI of Sltu __12 23 20 Cameron Ca
101PJ\ of 8EV4 __._.._ 9 6 21 420 Empire Lumber Co. __103.411 lawn ____._______.13 .8 21 10 VI" II. Robln.on ____ 1'1.19 SE% of 8E\y&; NWU Ofof'NEU Stove -I I
pouring salt brine through them $ m'4 --.-______.._10NBU 8 21 80 Sim Keller _. _._ .1.811 Lots 89. 42 In Woodlawn _18 5 aa 20( J. M. Truby ___.._ 13.81SW'4 BE'A ---------_ : 41 22 80 Wm. E.
,, 1"4,13 ; once or twice a week. To restore of BWU ex 10 A In of 8W\4\ of 8ID'A _14 123\ 10 9. Cline _ .________ 8.11 wy4 of NWH\ of Tarbroush (
to their NW Cor A SEH of BWU.10\ 8 21 70 W. C. Ward! ._____ 83.19 Lot 16 In Woodlawn .__14 I 23 10 J. S. Starling ___ 8.18 SWU\ & a strip 40 ft wide
i'1 .: original whiteness enamel NWH of SWU\ -_____IINEU A 21.0 W. T. Crosby _______ 19.13 Lots 20. It In 'Voodlawn _14 II U 10S.: A. A.peraren 18.89 W of name'' ------____14 B 22 B John J.
Y n 1 ed bathtubs and wash bowls which of NBVi\ ___-.__18NBU 8 at ,40 :Mrs. Maggie E. Edward. 19.73 Lots fa U In Woodlawn _.14 5 22 10 J. r.L Truby 18.89 EH of NEU\ Of NWU of8WJ4. Conway _._

;.,q. i f have become yellow, wash them of NWH ex N I6S )'d. Lodt. W34 of Lot 46 in SWy4 ------1. 6 21 B J. O. Luke ._ _
A Ex: W sTyd.WV4 ._._._13 6 lit 10 E.r. Lewis ______ 19.23 ---_--___u II U 111 robn S. Tyler _.__ 9.02 .of.SWV4 of NEu""ANB
with salt and turpentine. of NWH\ _______13 A 21 80 Unknown __.____118.11 Lots 15 18 sa In Woodlawn.1& I II 80( D. L. RIII'.by _.____ 18.119 REI4 of mlo\ of NW'A __111 8 23 20 IIfl'll. Josephine
S '' To Clean<< Sticky Tins Fill the Fife of NEH __.__..__14 6 21 80 Unknown . 18L18 Lots 811 as In Wondlawn _15 5 as 20 T. T. Blackburn ___ 18.81 NFI'A of SWI/L --______18 8 23 .0 F. 6f. Garrett _Edward 1 I
tins NWU of NWU _____14 6 U.O Floyd Crosby _ ___ 80.18 S44 of Lot 61 In WondlawnU 5 23 II A.. Stocker _ __ 4,12 NW\t4\ of ._ 6 22 .0 1Ifrll. L. -.j!
: il ,) before using with cold water HWU of NWV4 _.___::...14 8 21.0 Lester. Crosby _ _____ 83.14 Lot as In Woodla.wn _.___111 5 22 1O.A. M. Lewis __. __ 11.96 AE' of NWu'of aEfu"-ie 6 23 10 Percy A. Kuhl I

II 1 and add a handful of salt. After NEU Of NE _.______15 A 21.0 O. E. Crosby _____.__ 19.18 EJ, of Lot 10 In Wnodlawn1'1 II 23 Unknown\ _ __.__ 8.21 NEyi., of AE :of NWy 18 6 23 10 n.:1. DR Wilson vi. __Co _'_
: ;w they stand for several hours, rinse R]'/4 of NW ________..__18 B 21 80 Empire Lumber Co. 88.21 Lot 60 In Woodlawn _____1'1 5 23 10 :Mr.. Rosa Wagner ____ 8.18 Sw1 of swti of NEVi -H-16 6 23 10 J. W. Edwards? ,.,
1'i4: of SW A NW'A of Lots 23 U iii 86 In Wood- B4 of
I with cold water and nothing will EU NMV4 ofEV4 NW & ..JT A 11 180 Kmplra Lumber Co. __ 78.28 la.wn. ._ _11 II tl2 .0 r. w. Wagner ____ 21.110 \ f.fWlBli __-______18 6 22 80 Green a Mitchell _
stick to them. of BWU\ A Wof A JI,418 5 It 180 Empire Lumber Co. __ 89.06 Lot 84 In Woodlawn _____80 I U 10. Unknown _ .__ 6.21 N'V\4, \ ot 8W' of$'\ __18 6 23 10 n. J. Davle ,__ 4
KVt of NWy4&Wt of NE% 114 of SW'A of SE\4\ & SE'Aot Sy of NE'4 or _____17 8 23 SO Har r'y1a."strochroldt |
A SEVi' A EM of SWU 1 ___1SEH 0 21 400 Empire Lumber Co. _1'15.89 SEJ\4\ _ ___.___21 II 23 80 James Ooodfellow _ ._ 42.10 Sty of 8W NEH TJ of _.l I

of SWVi & 9 1-8 A in AWyy of NFJ'4 _ ____._._21 I 83 .0 Mr.. E. R. lIarmon ___ 28.110 road & NEy4 of SEH A .
I std] Cor of NKVi of SWVi .2i 8 21 1i0.A.//, Marootte _____ 19.111 EwI of NEV .x NEy4 of all NWU of 8EH Hot

Elks 6 15-16 lots In Crosby NEI4, of NE'4---._22 1U\ 10 0410. F. Young ___ 110.38 publio road A WU of
FARM Lake Shores In SKVi 'VJ, Of 8254 of NW'A ___28 I 22 21) J. C. Prevatt .w. 18.31 SEH of SEU -- ---17 B tl 100 J. M Truby _
Volco of of Sao 84 & In NKVi! of --25 B 21 A. F./ Mareotte _.___ E.87a W 8.4 of NWIi of SEI4 also 9 A on W aide, of NWU of '
Florida"I Bike 8 18-16 lots In Crosby com at NE1 Con ot 8W'4 SWU ex N 1 A. forchurch

i. -- .I Lake Shores In SBViof of NEI4 & run W 26 2 a _ -----_.-___17 8 23 8 Annie Goodwlnee _ _
___ B.07 NW' .-I I
Beo 24 A In NWU' of2S-- 81-- Mrs. Jana llallls rdm thence 9 .0 rds W 631.3 of A A:
Gainesville, Fla. With official Bike S 19-16 lots In Crosby rds to W line of said NIIA&At4ofSW' ,! ex
Lake Shores In SEU\ of forty thence S 10 rds B A In SW Cor A NHU of
f announcements of various Farm- Seo 24 A In NBU of .___25 8 21 Laura :M. Dauber _____ S.07 to S line of said. forty SWH Sc9AWofPu >lIo
era' Week programs scheduled Blks. 25 84-20 lot.. In Crosby thence E 80 rds N 80 rde road In NWH\ of SEU A

Shores In HlSVi: to _ ________.__ WH of SWH\ of SEH _._17 23 1B4 :r..
81k8e4 beg 22 Ii :2 110 M. D. Olcott C. DeBevolne
throughout the week __ ____ 85.93 -1r
another series of In NBH of__.25 0 21 Simon U1>W _____. __ B.87 NNy4 of NW\4\ of 44Wy & EVi of NEU of NEH ___20 a 22 20 Truby & Hercules ._.I
Dike 27 32 20 lot. In Crosby
of Florida Farm Hour programs of Wye. of NE\4\ ofswy4 All WW of NEH "f NEU Bof

s from state radio station WRUF of Sao Lake 84 Shores A In NBH In\ BKU of.-2S\ 6 21 Mr. Eva :Brlabel. ____ E.87 \ - ________--23 5 23 10 Mab..1. Walnwrlaht __ 17.49 NW'4 road. 40 Ex A 8 100 ft ___.20 B 23 IS Sarah R. Robinson ._ 1
ex off of W
Blk 1 17 lots & Bike 4 8 11 Ea- of NV of NWy4 ofNEI4 aide
baa been ; -
just anonunced by the __________ & NJ4 of SWU, A SEU+ of
12 16 17-16 lots each. A - 23 5 12 15 M.//. Brown __.___ n.n ]
University of Florida Agricultural Hlk 21-21 lots & Bike N4AofSW\y4NE44ofNW44 8W/4 N of road ______20 8 ,2 *? :S. C. DeBavolfH. _......1',
ti Extension Service. These 81 23 26 28 83 88 87-80 _ ___________23 II U 4 Oeo. F. Young _____ 9.02 / or 8W44 8 of roa.d.20 8 18 R. F./ Demorert _
programs Int. each A Fracl hike 19 Nyy ot NW of NWy+ __B3 I U 10 00.. F. Young __- 18.89 8WU\ or SWU\ -----.--__2O 6 23 40 Mrs. Louise \Vllllami :
will go on the air at 12 noon eastern 10 81 'In Crosby LakaShoraii Slo! of NW of NWy4 a: 244 of SEU of BE%, ex. 8

; a standard time, each day. The In. S13U; of Sao 24 4% of sw ot NW/1 _-.53 II U 40 Ceo. ]/'. Young __.__ 83.83 111 A. -- -. ----_.6 21 18 Roy Edwards ....1
in NBH\ of ____.__2SNRU 8 21 Geo. A. A A. M. Marootta 17.10 Lots 1 I a 4 '1 S of Hlk 1 S% of SEU, of SWU ex 1

schedule follows: ______ 19.73 Town of Lawte west of lot In NB cor W Of road.21 a 21 10 J. _,
of 8EU : ___27NWH 8 11 40 W. H. Smith ___ W. Edwards
q' Sat., Aug. Farmers' Week a of SWU .____-___._28NWU 6 21 40 W. H. Smith _______ 19,73 By __-________ 11 22 -- nay Reddish _ __ 111.88 All Ho SWU of SWH\ E of pub-

Real Vacation R. W. Blacklock: of HWU\ __________29SHU 8 21 46 Empire Lumber Co. ..... 19.73 Lots 1145678o1D1kS SF3 road Ex about B A In
of SKU: ----------2 0 6 21 40 W. }L Smith ____ 19.18 Town of Lawt..y. West of cor A All NWU\ of
Florida Farm News and Hints. U. NKU A Nii of SIi4 __-__SO B 21 240 Empire Lumber Co. _102.63 Ry __ __ ___________23 5 U lorn. Jae. Ooodfellow __ 84.13 SW11\ of road ex 2 A In "
S. Farm Science Snapshots. About 2Ui A In RE Con of W 15 It of Lot 8 of Blk 4 All NE nor A 11 A on W -Ue.2l 6 22 41 Mrs. Agnes Simpson "
BKU\ of BKU: N of Ry; ___83NWH 6 21 8 W. :3. Robarson. _____ 1.86 town of Lawtey w..t of BWU of SWU W of
Hon., Aug. 3 Some Timely of SWU\ _____.-8t: 6 XI 40 Serena Johnson _ 19.13 Hy ____________.__23 II II Mrs. Loulee Lowry _ 21.28 public road __ __ ---___" 8 22 IS Roy Edwards1 1
"f f r Farm Jobs and How to Do Them-I Lot 2 or SV& of NBH -55 8 31 62 M. J. MoRa. -_.__ 11.26 Lots 1 I 8 4 of Blk 16 town NW'of NW NWU_ Ex 1 lot 10
J. All Lot. 6 6 7 8 or Fraol of Lawtey west of Ry --U II 22 3. 1 II. Reddish __.__._ 80.15 roc ----el 8 22 40 Truby Hercules -i I
Francis Cooper. What Farm-, 8%V4 S of Ry___ _______88 8 31 131 W. M. Edwards __111.00 Lots 1 II 7 8 of Elk U Iji'A torn 103 ft W of SB
I ers' Week Will Offer Poultrymen : of NV4 of bract NBU _. 1 7 11 29 W, M. Bid ward. ___ 19.13 town Of Lawt.y west of cor of 'SWVi of 8Wy A
-Norman I Nit Hlks IT 28 Sampson Ry _rU 5 '\,11 0..0.. F. Young __ 81.28 run N 210 ft W 815 ft 8
R. .w
4. Mehrhof. City 4 7 21 8 M. Yarn. _ _:. 11.0 Lots 1or iic-25'ii(; 210 ft E 815\ ft to 8 23 2 Annie Coleman I
1 Tuea., Aug. 4 Green Stink i B A I In SW Cor of SWU of Lawtey west of Ry _____23 II 23 00.. F. Young. __ .42 NWU of SRH\ of SWHIII 6 22 10 Geo. H. Weller -
: Bugs in Satsuma 8WU\ _ __________.. 4 7 21 EM. Varna. _ _.____ 1.94 Dlag Lot 8 Town of Lawtey Com at SW oor of a 12 A -
Groves J. R. 1 1-3 A NW Cor west of Ity 23 II U tract of land
About In '- --- ------ Roy Reddish _ __ '.01 formerly
Wataon. Farm Question Box. of NWU\ of NWH\ N of 1lot66ftN&Bby100ItE owned by P. C. Goodwlne
Wed., Aug. 5 Results of Recent !ly A 1 A S of Ry 4 7 21 8 W. J. Roberson ____ 416 W S of Hot.l lot ata & run n along( 8 side of
r' .(: NF&N5.4ofBwy4 lot 11 It NSSby40ftr aid land to SE con of
Demonstrations on West Florida of NIU .______ BWt4 7 11 70( W. J. Robar.on __ 12.88 ]: & W In sm Cor of earns Sarah Scott's land. South

Farms J. Lee Smith. What { of NWH Of SEU ___ BNWH \ 7 11 10( Henry. Tomllnson _ 10.09 Town of Lawtey west of variation W about 105yds
Farmers' Week Will Offer of NEU, _______.___ 6 7 21 40 W I. Deaver _._-_-_ 19.13 ny - -- -__.__. Ii 23 3. 1. Harren & C2 __ 18.89 to "a pout, thence NW
Beekeepers of One lot on State. et U ft N to beg In NEH of SWU -.21 8 22 8 John Powell (Cot) -I

_ _ d R. E. Foster. Primer hranoh'" A1yofrpNWy4.__ 8. 7 11 ISO Mr.. II. E. Goodge E6.98 S1by104)ftBFr 0 W Lot. 12 of Blk 1 Plnohurst
for Town Farmers. SWH of NWU A NWU ofNWw&yof hounded. N by Mre. AI. B. Development In NWH of '.

\ - _-__-- 9 7 11 80 L. 10. Leach ___ 29.81 Drown Town of La.wtey Lots 6 22 W. M. Thomas _
Thurs., Aug. 6 Cost of ,Iar- \ 8RH k WU of west of Hy -----______ 5 22 Oeo. F. Young _____ 8..88 3 of" Elehurst1 I
vesting Potatoes Frank W. NlTU:\ of BBU, A 81. of Lots t 5 6 Town of Lawtey Development In NWU\ of '

r SWU of NEH __.______11By 7 11 80 W. C. Stephenson ___ E of Ity In Secs IS Sf 1528 II 22 D. .C. Kinlaw _____ 83.43 8E1'A ------ 1 6 23 Unknown _
Brumley. Disinfecting Truck Corp of NBU, of NBU A SEU Lot 8 Town of Lawtey .iii of Lot I of'BllTl" Pln..hur.t. -

Seed Dr. Geo. F. Weber of NKU\ *: NBH of SEH:: __13 7 11 100 B. O. Dral ____ 68.09 Ry In S.c. U It 25 _._____It II II O.o.//'. Young '.43 Development in NWU of
Lo 9 Town of BE'& __ __ __ _______ .. _
All BWU of NBH\ A NWU\ Lawtey .iii of ". '> ee. uL
Fri. -- -- -- ---* .... ..... _
i Aug. 7 Getting Pullets of HI1H a of Ity A SWH sty in BOOS -3 14 Iii ____J8 S 22 .. Mr. U. E. Padgett ___ 18.61 Lots 10 11 11 of Blk 1 Pine. .el1 -
#, t Ready for the Laying Rousepl !- I of SEU w-- -i uT.__14 7 11 SO E. J. Kin. --.__ 41.11 Lot 10 ex. 8 Iota In SW cor burst Development. in
.. NBU' of 8WH ex: $ A In \ 10S ft by 810 ft each town NWU of SEVi.
Norman R. Mehrhof. Farm Reporter KW, COI' _ __._14 7 It 33 E.":S. Kin* ____.... 16.01 of Lawtey' El of Ry !nBees Lot. 8 of Ink f Plnehllr. 21 6 22 Unknown -

Qrt : at Washington. SWU\ of NWU __- .__-_ 7 11 40 W. M. Parker 11.11 23 14 25 -_________16 E 23 D. C. Klnlaw ,..._._ 85.35 envelopment in NWH of .
Lake and NE of One lot 105 ft E&Wby210( SEH _ ___21 6 fta '
City boys girls will 1 ---- Geo. ]/. Young ---
F $SufofNN a4\ t__? __11 7, 11 60 W. H. Bucnannon ....... 19.17 ft N&SIn SW oor of lot Lot. 8 4 S f of Elk 1 Pin.
.S, present the monthly 4-H program FI'>("ot NWU ___-____-18 11 80( Empire Lumbar Co. _ ".11 10 town of Lawtey 13 of burst Development In
{ Friday night August 7, from $:.23 SHU\ of NWU __________19 ? 31 40 Empire Lumber Co. _ 19.78 Hy In Sees. 23 24 13 ____26 S 82 Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin. 14.21 NWy4 of sn 5t __ 1 5 23 Lula Mae Hutton --
WV4 of WH of NBH E Com 108 ft E of SW cor of Lots$46678910offtk
to 8:53.: 10 A of NWH\ _____.20NBH 7 11 EO J. M. Krels _. 16.46 lot 10 & run N210ftB 4 Plnehurst. Development

of NWU I... Rr right 10E ft B 110 ft W 105 ft In NWH of SEH\ -..-___21 6 22 Geo. F. Young -
TRAIN SCHEIJULE: ot way -__?._-., ,____81 'I 11 88S.: A. :J. MoKlnney, Jr. 1923 to beg Town of Lawtey .._- W44nfB1k2SefR 8 W
W>,/Jof sEVi ____.____j iSWU 7 11 80 W. T. MoHlver _.... 66.68 H of Jty In Sacs 13 24 25.26 S 13 Mr. Annie Lou Godwin. 14.73 kE44ofBlk3Soff4
We Of NBU ________11 7 11 40 J. A. Gray _........... 13.14 Lot 11 Town of Lawtey B JJf In Temples Sub dlv 21 8 22 10 W.. B. Kuhl
schedule -
change Sunday, 7th UMb of SWU\ of NWH\ A of Ry In Sec. 23 24 25 __28 E 12 Mr. M. E. Edwards ___ B.3S BWy4ofDlk2BofitEw -
and trains will run as follow.: SEU of S\VH __ _- ____it 'I 11 .0 F. T. Abernathy _._ 81.88I Lot 13 Town of Lawtey E. A 8EU of Elk 2 S of R

v +' No.1. southbound due Starke I. WW of SWH\ of NW% __..11NWVi 'I 11 20 Unknown _ ? 10.09 of Ry In c. fILt\_ 26 E' 11S Mrs. B. R Harmon __. 11.815of 8 W in Temples sub dlv_**1 8 13 'B )Ir.. L. A. Kuhl ------1
Lot 14 & 8 ; -
of NEU\ .13 'l 40 L. J. Wynn _._ 19.71 % NEU of rkEso SWU 23 8 23 10 C. II. Cooper -
30:35: lots Hampton Lawtey E of Eye of -
: p. m. 131k 11-4 Ry In ot 0. i 10 A
w No. 11 southbound due Starke Shore: being. a sub-div Sees. 81 24 25 -----.--26 II-D. C. Klnlaw 43.17 all that portion of 3
- - -
of Lots 346&alllot5 Lot 19 Town'of Lawtey B 5 of R f ra that lies kl In

31:52: a. m. N of Highway A WH of of Ry In 8"c..13 24 25.18 S 13 :J. A. A W. IL Andrews 'B.IS 8W',4ofNW&N57ft\

1 No. lOT, southbound, due) Starke Lot 7 ____._____-_____13 7 11 Unknown. __ I." Lot 10 .x Lot 100 ft N A: 8 of NEH of RIk3SofB
Blk I-11 .ots Hampton by 400ftE&WInNW IK A all that portion of
10:30: a. m. Shore toeing a aub-dlv. Con Town of Lawtey; B of # NKU of Blk 8 S of R 3

No. 2, northbound, due Starke, of lots S 4 6 A all lot B N Ry In s.ce 13 8* 15 -___36 S 11B Mr*. Anal Lou Godwin 27,07 H N of half Sea. line A
of of all that
IllghwayW34 Lot 11 Town of Lawtey B portion of Blk 1
f, 1:10: a. m. lot" 18 7 11 Unknown . __ 4.07 of Ry In Sees 23 84 15 ___86 11B S of R 1 H lying. N of
w No. 12, northbound due Starke. Bile J ls lots Hampton Lot SO Town of Lawtey B dec.' A. Anderson ___.: ".'0 halt Sao. line Temple. Sub

3.05: m. Shores being a .ubdl.. .. of Ity In (I..,. 23 24 25 .- 16 11B Mrs. :m. R. Harmon 7.11 dlv - ____..r-i-ui__!iff3\ 4 21a 11 Unknown _ _1NEy I
p. otlots$40&al11ot5Nof : Lot KM Town of \6 of '
Lawtey B > SEH\ of SRH 22 __
No. 108 northbound highway A WH of lot e of Ry In Bees 13 14 85 __ Ny4 of 11a 10 3.s.: Truby
: due Starke 16 11 Mrs. SBU\ of SWU\ of
7, - ___---.- ? i ..33 7 11 Unknown _-'.._-_ .... Lot-60 Lawtey B Harmon ____ 8 11 SW\4\ ExW 144 A-
'ry 8:53 :.wl".f 14
: p. m. Bile K 11 lots Hampton of Ry : S3 34 SS___IS B 11 Mrs. :EL R. Harmon ___ A --. -- it Graham 1 12AofS
Lit 4 A Ell
Lot 18: Otts "of Mop
S&arkeVannes Branch Shorea being a aub-dlv. Sub Division In \ SW' of 81 '&:

r No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. of Lot. 8 4 6 A. all lotS East Lawtey .. ______ _ Lliila Williams _ __ '.02 I 54 of SWof I
N of highway A W i4 of. Lob 18 14 15 Ott. Sub. DIvl.lon 5E44 _ --__ _._377 8 11SBVi It Mra. Edna Thomas _
No. 102 arrives 2:10: p. m. lot --8o'Hampto'n 23 7 11 lasadora Oardon _ .... 4.16 In East Lawtey ___ _ D. C. Klnlaw . 18.11 : Ny4 of FlEI4 of 8W\4\ ea: 8 A
Lot of RIle I
1 Com NWi
t at NE Cor of of In NW con _
leach WV4 of WU A NWU\ Sao 14 A. run 3 to SEye of NE\4\ of- $-----21 F+/ 8 U IS D. P. Pullum _
t'S ClatUnr of Stalls WH of SEH\ of 8W MTSeoSBVi 813 Cor of said 40 thence I Ny of 8W\4\ of 8E\4\ ---2:1. : I U 10 J. 3(. Truby _

South 84 A KH of fl to land of r... H. Hill of NW44 of FFI! as 8E34BF \
of NBU\ A a strip along .' thence W line f
on of sail: f .
Train lOT _______ 10:10: a. m. N .Ida of NEU of SEH land 7SO ft thence 8 610 ',4 N0 BE!:'4 oWSE ._2f 0 U 80 Mr. Edna Thomas -"

Train 11, parcels .___ 11:05: a. m. bounded 8 by laka all In.31 7 11 Eleanor V. Sharp' 8.11Calli ft thence W 600 ft N 1000 8E'4 of NE4of Em---U; 0 II 10 B. M. Thomas _- --"
no bath house -A ; ft El 489 ft thence north- 60 ft of aw3( \
North grounds being about 400 erlr 1000 ft thanaa SI IK. NB 4.
Train No. 12, Letters and parcels, ft E&Wby10ftN&" ft to bee. :. : :-.___--=-=:u.u II II Mrs. :B. R. Harmon 7 A In -8W- -eoI'-------21 of BIC\4\ of ,I II ,11 Mrs. Ella RIgdon. -
a'" on Lake Shore: Hampton E44 of ewy4 of ew14 of '
r ________________ 2:30: Fein. Beach Wtt of SWV NE14 .. .._..,.. ...._It II II B Young NE\Wo NE'4- -- II 8 II T C. R. Cooper _--- -::::
Train 108 -._.-.?_, __ 8:30: p. m. A WH of 8EVi" of 8WV W I A. of NB1of\ NE'4 of Chandler 8.03 11 A. In SWy4 001'-------21 of SWIi t U 40 Otla Leach _

I Night malls closes ___ 6:00: p. m. 14.o14&Et4ogy4oN104' \ *.a .trip along\ N NW\4 SWW\ of-SWH- of----NFl"---....._........24II S ISE 1 __... 111 N of I6 SW\4 A .\ E- -100- ft of the aa I II It 3 U. Truby _--

b Wannee Branch slda of N1Iof\ 8BH NEy4 of NBVi of NW 11B JO ,g.o. F. Young .._ _.. 8.73 8 15 A of 8W\4\ of SWIi
bounded 8Dylakeall.f T 11 R L. Kile .. 71 SS 11B 10 c. C. Ounter ___T .. 8.73 N of
:Hall closes ... ... 7:00: a, m. NBH\ of aWU! ax road _Si 1 11 IS IX; U. Nolan __ S7.0S 814 of of aWy SICIi of of 8EJ4!EH--of 24 ISB 10 J. 8. Austin J I 11." NWI( tI public NEI/L road AI all_W--JIS% of 8 II It J. J. Truby '''

Mali, arrives 2:40: p. to. Com ISO ft W of BE) Cor of 9 WW; ,. _____15 11 I I. R Hill SW 44 of Nti:14 & .n a.yy
SWH of NBH\ A. run N W44 ot E4of! NW* _15 B 11B 10 J. B. 8tarlInpIII] 1.15 of SICIi of NW% N of
, . Blue Boa Schedule about 1086 ft to the canter. ... SEH of SBH; of 8W\4-11 11 1* W. M. 16.89 public rdlad & N34 of 8E\4\
t Andrews ,
4 of a ditch running H A All 13.11 of NEN4' _-_ .....:4 t2 Carter -"'
I Southbound--9:31: L m., 11:31: W thence B about 160 ft '. BWH of 8WH! \ of SEVi Ny4 'y4 -- 7S MrCell*
W of :Klng.ley: road _. _ls B It Ads -----21 0 U 80 J. W. White _
I 4 All
t L m., 4:01: p. m., 0:31: p. m., 12:14a. : thence In a NB direction said k' NV4, of NBH BWU of Andrews _ .... lie NWI4 road of-NICI4 N of pub _
along the center of ety4
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8 II --
NWH 17 B.t Thomas -
; r'' m. ditch to the B line of 8Jt14 ot18WyW Of SW"" of SEy( I.... I A I.

Northbound-8:50:: a. m., 1:23: p. NEH. thenca 8 to BHJ of said NBH\ thence W tobeg __._, til S3 of SWW,
; + m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a. -40 A also com at 8\f of SW14 of4SEU E of$6 I II 10 Arthur Lea _ 8.73ma of N374 &

Ri m. BW Con of SWU of NBH ;: &. of NW\ of 8W44\ x WIA.SN1 w
A. B 128 yds t. Una :! IISlt
Tickets aad information atSmJth' thanca run N along line 10ofssald N of { II II 'of for road _'__ .--17 6 Iff R. R. Prevatt -'-
f 8'4t of 8ICir of 8W14 of All NW( of 81111% 8 of
,, Service Station, next to 1 W : Call
sWy4tof NIBe NJiIi
- --------1. I 11IS 11 Lee pitexlAinCWcon10/ft

eourthoiue. then:. 8 to beg\ -4 A, ai- ... W 414 NWI4 A of NEy4 of NWof (It Arthut _ b7 nt n ---________._.28 . 11 1 H. D. Card .w --- ''
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KBO.ixr IEED Drsrrlptlea Sea T. n. A. Owaer .A Costs ne.rrlv
given that :t. Description S.... T. R. A. Owner .A Taxes Cost' Addition to Starke In of $EJ'4 nf EW of 8E14-.1' T 22 O. K. Prince __._______ 7.80
? N": Com on N line of NWU of NWU of NWU South of CH A In PISH of PE!4 com
r! "",,ro tot AugustaeA. D.. SEU on E side of Church vth st __ .SB 6 II-D. C. Jones: __. ._-- 5.63 814 ft n of SW cor of
I Ile 4th day / In my st & run S on said st 175 Lots 1 9 of Bik C Rlang'sAddition said BE"of 8ICU & run i aSJVKV.rt.aiSwiirJ
f/ certificate tax ft B 210 ft N 175 ft W S10 I to Starke In N BSO ft B 8U ft S (60 ft

bee,,and'' ; ,tIe application for ft to beg ______________28 6 22 E. H. Smith 29.0. NWU of NWU South of W 146 ft to bog _-_-19 7 22 5 Annlce L. Harper ._____ I6.1S
H ? thereon In embracesIIow Beg 40 ft R of NW cor of -- -- 9th st _ ___ ___ ___ 28 6 22 -r.: C. PoppellS3 ___._. B.63 Com at fiHor of Sen lit A.
'. B]* 'said certificate HV4 of NWU of SBU of Lots 13367 of Blk 1 run W 680 ft N I8S.1 ft
mC described property NEU & run fa SO ft S 106 Wynn's thence N
Bradford county, Florida, ft W 60 ft N 106 to beg. __28 6 22 -- I* C. Hobbs .. 18.II Starke in N'U.t 'inSW..1- 8 6 R. F. Demorest ____ 60.95 216.8ft91105 ft S 10$ ft 9
of of -- 11 Sit ft a 111.3 ft W 410
, Beg at NE car BV4 Addition
;Itheaat Quarter of Southwes 6 South NWVi of SBVi of NBU Lot 4 of to Blk Stark 1 Wynns In NWU ft to beg, -->__19 7 22 D. W. Swindell _-.____ 16.03

,,1' 8.-11'11 10 Townehlp run W 240 ft S 105 ft B of _______..:29 t S3 Unknown . _. S.3S One A in SB Cor of NEIl oC
,. 22 acrell. 240 ft N 106 ft to pt of Lots SWU 8 9 10 of-Blk 1 Wynn's SKVl of 81934, ________111 7 saS3 1 B. J. Smith ______._ ..87
" veldeerliflcatei/u."p wai beg ? ____---- __--.28 8 22 B. M. Thomas ____.._. 17,0 Addition to Starke in Ttlke f 17 111 In Hampton. T J. H. Mcdruder -?______ S5.66178.78
the Com at. a pt 830 "n'-of N of SWU _______ 28 8 S3 R. F. Demorest _J__._.. 7.03 Lot. U 18 19 80 of Blk 14
j of Ell... Moore.ed of of NWU ,' In Hampton _ ___ ___.19 T S3S3- -.A.
name line NW% SEU on Lots A B C of Elk 1 Wynn's A. Durden .________-
eald c rtlflcat. .han deedeeue E side' of Church i at A Elk 14 in Hamp
In r.o..t"lIn.r
Addition to Stark. NWUof
I accordlnlf to law. tax run B 104 ft S S2Vi ft W 24.16 _ _. ..JTjt 7 Mrs. F. P. Croft _._ 18.79
Hollo __
Inh day . SWU\ __ _. .. ____._-28 6 SS Boyd war ??
thor onl9Oflflthe 104 ft to Church street Lot 4 & of fracl lot E Lots 7 S 3 of But 16 In '
1 A. thence N along said st52H of Blk NH 3 Additionto Ham ton __ __ _.__._19 1 sasa Mra F. P. Croft _._._. 3.88
1t fftU 15tb day of July.: A. D. ft to beg ________28 6 S3 Mary M. Lee .118 Starke. Wynn's In NWU of Lots 14 IB of Elk 14 in

t W. ALDERMAN W 108 ft of Fracl Lot O --- SWU _ ....._. .-..28 6Blk IIMr. Marl Lasone S1.S1 Hampton .. M .....*,*.. ._1t 'I W. 0. Soala ...__.__ 42.99
O of Blk 1 Ex S B2V4 ft Lots667/9ofRlk14&1
Clerk of Circuit Court, Original Town of Starke a 3 Dowllng' Sub Div in Lots 10 11 IX of Elk 16 in

.1.8.11.Bradford County FlorIda. Lot In NEU 6 7 of of Blk SWU 13 Original________28 6 22 Mr. Josephine Taylor I.U NWU NWI4 of SWU_& SWU___--21 of S S3 B. J. Dowltng S4.16 N tHya nfptonEB't 4_of 18 7 23 A. A. McDonald _.__._ (5.D3

: Town of Starke. la NBU Lot 2 ofBlk" city ParkSub NID" less 3 A right of q

gNt1 IOv volt mnnKnS) OJi of SWU _. _____-28 8 22 -t. C. Hunt _______ 78.0 Division. W. & C. way A SVi of NFJ'4 of

BE.t'I'I\fl;: BYBTIBM Com 88 1-. ft W of SB corn Addition, tn Stark.____ ____InW14 .29 6 S3 B. W. Miller _.. 8.06 NWVi\ 1.... A In SB oor.SO 7! S3 135 Tne Ivor Pollard --.-- 71.7S
of lotIofAlk17&runN $ of SEU' SEU of NMU __________-20 7 22 40() P. n.' Harper _.______ 19.2* '1
Dropoaaie or bid for boiler, 105 ft W 80 1-3 ft 8 105 Lot U of Elk 4 City Park-C.'. we' of SBU -- -_-----_-20 'I 23 40 W. B. mocker _______ 8.61
is4 Sub Division. W. & 13"
I E '
.3AofSE: I'
chanlJlnll' the beating. syaIn ft to Call st Ti 80 1-3 ft 8 23 Christina Kahr _ __,. 8.06 ofSV'4
Addition of SKV423
and Bradford County high to beg Original Town of boundedN lees 1.1 A In Hia car _20 'I 23 18 Unknown -___-__-__ 7.80
be One Lot In Starke Lots II 5
Hultding, located a.t Starke Starke In N1B14' of SWU' 28 6 22 Sam Rosenberg _..117.4 by O. J. Urlffln, S by Sub Div of 8WI
I received until noon af 8W ---- 'I 3S3 8 John Bohn __ .___ 29.70
,t",, will he the ofupterlntendent Beg at NW cor of Call & Sharpe land W by Wal 8mex 8 A In 8W -

or, Ai,"gust 17. 1931.of School at of- Walnut St & run W on nut st 111 3 by Ry. ____28 6 22 -, Mr. Eva Kllllan ____. 53.16 N1rof .- -_ ---__?--___.20 1 88 W. L. Bugg ________ 19.53
C Call St 149 ft 2 In to apt 3% A In NWU, of SWU 8 12 A In SB: cor of NBU' of

(ord County.should b. Inclo..edealed of beg thence N 108 ft of Madison St known as t NWt4 --____-__.-31 7 83S3 19 L. R. Kalch .. ..____.. 7.80
0 proposal addressed to the W 16 ft S 105 ft E 16 ft J. (K Alvnre lies Blk .' '. .. NU of'NWii A InBE
; Public envelope Instruction Brad-. to beg In Elk 17 Original -Q.a70oL ":\r-- In Starke Ex. 1 lot In 'I Cor _ :.-!.---_____81 T 68 Ine Ivey Pollard -_____ 12.04
i of ProposaliiMtlng" Town of Starke In NBU < NW cor sold to J. L N4 of SHVS of &

fMunty, and to endorsed be opened August of SWU -- _-._____28 6 28 D. B.. Knight ___.___ 41.1 Peek _-__28 6 23 4 J. W. Andrew, Jr. ___.144.87 ofVwv % _- oTsV__21 T S3 60 Wm.. Xalohreuterv _ __ 33.04
delivered to the office: One lot on N side of Call .. Lots 6 i---h iin-fed'-; N by S34 A N%! %
,31. and" ,street. B3U ft E & W by Call St. A E by Court St. 9\V34ot\ IIW'4: oC 5W344k:

Wdlng'andnheating y.tem 810 ft N & 8 bounded N by In Cooksey'a Addition to N4{ ofSEI4 .___--23 T 23 180 Henry Friedman _.138.79
I ":IDlgl may be inspectedJlnilng Jefferson street. W by .. '. Starke _ .______-28 8 22 J. W. Andrew., Jr: .._..386.44 834 of 83134&E3.4of8% .
stands land. of Vlda. V. Morgan '
I with Superintendent.ri . B by Call street & H by r Beg at NW Cot of Bay AMadison of + ---:.- 33 7 22 140 Unknown . _______ 77.03
I ri herein referred to calls Hts A run N 105 I sml &' N4 of SWUNwi ..BE34
Job Ttlk 17 Original Town of
satisfactory heating' ft W 330 ft to Broadway I" n( aWl ._-24 7 U 280() Henry Friedman112569
complete guaranteeing same to heat I One Starke house. in&NBU Lot of In SWU28 Blk 18 6 22 Sam Rosenberg' . _. __._ 48.7D. St S on said St 105 ft toMadison {" , wt.L0f! *,- r ____-_-" 7 M 80() East: Coast Lumber Co. 4476

i m.20 to 70 degrees, with approxlIV known as 'Starke House a, Ht thence B on WVi NW 4 of SWU28\ 7 S3 20 L. M. Andreu ______._ .71 >
" ,.. One A N 8Nry4
ft. of radiation. a said St 330 ft to beg In oil on side of
I 2800 to be accompanied. by herd bounded N by Call St W Starke _ _______28 6 S3 Mrs. Josephine Edwards 70.37 of NKt4 13 of and adjoinIng .

I i bide 25 per cent of bid. by Knight C. L.A Peek B by 8 C..l1a V.' One lot In Starke bounded highway _ _____"!6 1 S3 t Nathan Du Hurst ______ 9.59

.C.hucre/full bidder ofrcontract ning. Original Town of E by W. M. Edwards S Nt{, "t Nl34' \ of 8m''" -III: 7.23 SO Tyden Tarns _ -...,..__ 11.40-
Ale of
i for the amount Board has Starke In NE'4 of SWVi ___28 6 23 -' B. Knight,__:: _..-.111I.41 by C. A. Knight Mrs ", <<1" NWy AdesN34of8\V34pt of SW\i. Ily i iill
ten day after the E 21%! ft of WVi, of lots. 2 4 Humphrey W Broad ,.
in ,
;, t b'? ', SW4! .. _._____58 '
the ucoess- 7 22 83 :
fled him that he 1* of Blk 19 Original, Town way St A N land ef ----- 1"r. & Luclnda Perry _. :':.11
I toChairman of Starke In NBU of A. L. Alvares __?___28 6 23 '- W. M., Edward __..._ ".08 All S Ei I Alin NWI4 NW cornefor ,
adi'orard the right JRy
rats ebrvdes SWU _-----28 6 22 D. C. Jones 98.0 Com on Call St nt SW cor 162S _
a .\ taxes ___ __<9 S3
i or -1'1-:of'f .k 7 19 Q. VT. Saxon .. .... 1'.a.
All Beg 80 ft cor ofBlk of lAnd owned by Mrs. a. All SWU NW'k a of ny -., --
29' extended AO
Instruction. as on M. Wells & run N 820 ft Ex 1 in NW cor for
Board Public Knsey's: map & run S 91 ft to land of A. L. Alvares '" , +\ '. ; S 1929 taxes _ .___-.29 'l S3S3 19 4
Bradford County. W SO ft N 91 ft B 80 ft to thenV' along Alvare. ? O. W Saxon _.._... 15.13
J ORIFFIS, Secretary beg Original Town of 121 ft thence S 315 ft to All 8WM\ of NW V4, B of Ry
cord and Supt. of Schools.NIIEHIFF'S 'I-17-lIt-8-U.. Starke In NBU::: of SWU, 28 8 23 A. w. 'Anderson __ 40.56 Call St thence E on Call S t Ex: 1 A In NW cor ------29 'I U Q. W. Saxon _...-.... 14.83U.
EVi of Blk 80 extended NUJ nf N'V\4 or tlWW of
a. St 113 ft to beg In StarkeIn i
un Bnney's Map ex 8 106 NWU of SWU -_--____38 8 23: VT M. Edward* __._... 64.48 4k N1iJ14 ot RW\4\ of
SAI.Hfck ft Orglnal town of Starkein flF\k of sm" of
notice that under and by: I NEVA\ of SWU .11 za -r.: F. Houser ____ 18.33 One lot of land in 210ftE StarkeIl4ftN&Sby of BiII'4 I _._10 7 S3 20 Dorsey Fort _ __.__ .U
certain writ of execu- Lots 1867 of 331k53J.M.Johns SNWlofNE'4tlylns of
u. of that A W bounded K: by San W of

hearing tuber, A. date D., 1930 the, Issued 87th day underhand of Bml,4,Addition of SWU to_,StarkeIn Johns-21 6 22 John: R. McKinley __ 78.07 St derson. .lane____&__S by. ___Hoyt_..28 6 23 Mr. Mary: Jane Oreen' 17.05 B. A. L. Ry riiiht of way.30 7 S3 8 C, IS. Harper ____....... >..0e
and seal of the Clerk of Lot S of Blk 85 3.-U. B11ts A 4 II Sub Dir of NE" ISof
Bradford Addition to Starke In One lot of land 'In Ftarke NWy ... 80 7 S3
|Circuit Court of coun- C in. Harper _. _.__ 4T."
tlwlda, on that certain judgment SBU' of SWU. ..---23 6 22 H. C. Wall _____ 4.47 262 ft N & S by 210- ft Loin' I a i 4 5 of Blk r In -

Lid court wherein. D. H. Knight Lota88ofB1k36J.M.. B A'" W bounded N by St Hampton . ?____ so 7 S3 Mrs. Essie Sparkman ... 10.53
& E by Sanderson lane __28 6 S3 J. W. Harrell ..;.___..._.. 83.16 Lnts984667offlkJ6
llalntlff and Hiram Prescott Is Johns Addition to StarkeIn
dant, I and SEU of SWU _____-28 6 23 A. \V. Anderson 19." One lot St fronting bounded on N Broadway by old S ,J In llnmpton ..___80 7 S3 Hampton Development .. d''
I tell at pebfioaoutcry to thelitit Lots 1 2 of Blk 87 J. M. 'aunt S by land of Co. .- __.__.iot.e.. }i
bidder< for cash In front of Johns Addition to StarkeIn (J. F. Colloy In Stark*___28 8 22: Robt. P. :Jane __.__ as." Lots 8 4 5 n 7 IB IS ft of
lot a of lllk I'
Iwuth" door of the court house InIke SEVi of SWU29 6 23 D C. Jones _.,_- ....... 77.07 29 In Hamp
Bradford County, FlorIda. Lot 1cxNOVft&N19ft Lots 13 14 19 20 of Tllk 2 ton - -_____?.__....... .7 S2 Hampton Development p
Knit the legal hours of sale on of Lot 0 of Blk 1 Livingston. R. N. Dowllng' Additionto Co. ._ __? .. n."
Starke in NBU: of 0 A com at Sw corn of NE y4
|, the 3rd day of August A Truby & Co's
IIMI darn l the following described Add to Starke In WVi of SEV, --8rs33ri529 Q S3 R. F. Demorest .____. 21.04 of NEU:' & run N 134 yes ,;

HI tying and being in Bradford NEU _ ---____.. 28 8 23 W. C Jones ____.__._ 29.03 Lots 9-80( 10 6341 yds: 8 134 yd* W n
,ay, Florida to-wit: Lot 8 of Blk 1 Livingston 86 of Blk 3 R. N. Bowl.Ing's aifl yds. to beg -,-._. 80 7 S3 9 W. II. Maxwell _...._ st.e
undivided Interest Truby & Co' Add to Addition to StarkeIn I NEH of NWU & all NWU
1 lire' onci-elKhth* acres off the southwest corI Starke In W%! of NEU_-28 6 23 O. C. LivingstonJ. ___ 6.23 NBU of SBU ______29 6 22 R. F. Demorest ..___ 13.49 .I of NWW\ n of R>> -__..S! 7 23 44 A. O. Thomas ____._ 11." +
o( Northeast quarter of North- Lots 4 6 of Elk 1 Livingston, ... One lot 105() ft sq In NW Cor Lot 7 of W>i of NWU\ ____31 7 22 10 A. O. Thomas. _______ 5.14
It quarter of road and South- j Truby & Co' Add to of Madison & Orange Stein Lots 1 2 3 4 of Blk 18 k

it I quarter of Northeast quarter : Starke In WVi of NEU_,28 6 23 : W. Edward ._____ 85.23 Starke _ __________.29 6 23 -r.: L. Simmons ___-__-- 12... Hampton Park NEU' of
| Southeast quarter of Northeast Lot 6 of Blk 1 Livingston" Blk 1 In Qasklna Add to 8HJ4\ of Ho' 31 & HWU of J

Irtcr except seven acres off south Truby & Co** add to Starke. _ .._______29NEU 8 23 4 Edward Burn .__.. 77.77 NW'4 A WV4 of NWU Of
In section 10, township 7 south Starke In War rkNIVU 6 22 n.t. Davis ______. 5.33 of NWU, &EEAof'" 8WI,4, _ ..______I?3 7 S3 Unknown . .. _..,.. S.SS ?
gall emet. Lots 1234 of NVi of NWVi of NWU -29 II 23 45 R. F. Demorest _._ S1.66 aWl of 8V4 of NEIl A NWU _
W. J. EPPERSON. ingston Truby A Co's 9 10( A of NWU of NWV\ A. of SIQU A NV4 of NBU' elof ,

As Sheriff Bradford Add to Starke In WVi, of SV4 of NWi4 ex S 10 A ofBW'4 8Weg34\ ___._33 7 S3 100 Durdsn A Saxon ..:._.._ 47.99 I
lit-7-31 County Florida. NEU _- _-________J8 6 22 Unknown _ ___ 16.75 of .-_- 1SWM 6 22 80 M. J.: McRa ___._ 41.37 of NWI,4, ._ 340 7 S3 40 Durden A Saxon __._. 18.97
Lot 6 of Blk 11 Livingston I of SWU A: NEU of Com at NW Cur Nl'l of< ?

CE! TO DF.1ITOIIS ANO CltEDITOIIS Truby A Co' Add in WVi SWU & BI* of SEVi of NJ1J'4 S RNI yds 31 $
of NEVi _ _.__--28 8 23 Lorenio Green _. _ 8.76 SWU & NWU of SBU 96134 ydUnNyds 885 yds W d,
Lots 1 14 & S'4! of Lots 8. NV& of SWU of BEU! &: Vfc I 8b1I to beg- -20 A A f
itltt\ III hereby given that all 13 of Blk 18 Livingston AIn NE cor of SEUo: ? of NEU less 5 A In
btton, legatees( distributees andtrans Truby & Co's Add to SWI4 __ __ ____ _.31 6 23 lei W. M. Edward. __-_.... 83.35 NH cor A 8 A In SW cor-
having claims againstIHUttof Starlca In WVi of NEU -28 8 22 W. U. Bryan. ____ 86.93 EH of NEVi: of SBU, ex: I 88 A ______-_____.JI5 7 SS II.\V.. W. Packham .___...., ...OS
J. 'V. Alvares, deceasJ Lot 10 of Blk 14 Livingston about 5 A In 8E cor & SH 7 A in SB Cor of SWU of "

J kwebv required to present Truby & Co's Add to of EVi of HBU of NEIl! AWVd NJ1] ___ 7 S3 7 C. A. Toungblood ...... 7.70
Irdilma, duly authenticated. to Stark In W'-, of NEVi _.23 8 22 Verna John: _ __._. 24.16 of NEU of SEVi ex 4 NH'4] of NwvI"A"N: row"of"Hl4
I Boa Can A. Gardiner, county Lots 13 14 of Blk 14 Livingston A In 8W par A NWU of of WVi of
l f' of Bradford County Florida Truby and. Co's BID It!. of NEU' ,__._as 8 23 47.r.: T. Jones: _____ 40.47 HwTl, ; of NEvTcx, : 4 A for 3'
hit approval within one yearn Add to Starke In W% Of 4 A In SW our of- NEU of root, _ .__._________1J 7 S3 68 P. II. Neat _.__.._._ J1.48
date hereof or this notion will NEU\ _ .______28 8 22 Unknown _ ___._ 9.08 SEU com at AW Cor A Beg' at a hlto"w W side 1 of s
held In bar thereto. And all per- Llteg 9 10 11 of Elk 17 run N 133 1-3 yds thence Jl/" on San!
< Indebted to said estate are reared Livingston Truby & Co'.. Southerly 216 yds thenceB line A run N of right of AH
t to iiny' their said debts Add to Starke In WVi of 0 B line of way 70 ydot W 88 yds H 70yds
hwllh to the undersigned. NEU _ ____________28 8 22 R. F. Demorest __ 18.47 arl 40 2t thence W to beg to said SecUna
Ki Jrd day of July, 1931. Lots II 7 of Blk 27 Livingston also S 8 A of K'4' of NEU thence. 13 to bag-34 A In 6

J. M. ..difz Truby & Co's Add of SEU, ,__1__,.._33 6 23 7 Hill Investment Co. .... 10 :26SS BKU' of WWUIJ, -36 7 23 C. A. Toungblood. ._ 1.79
N. D. WAIN:W ItIGHTExecutors to Starke In W4/ of NEU-28 8 ..3WVi 8. J. Coleman ....___... 16.45 Com at SW cor of SWU ofNF.e&runN284 SR'i' of W3'*' of SWCTTT -SO 7 23 10>> Clyde Hall ...J __;. 5.08
Estate of J. W. of Blk B Livingston ft N "SEU' of $ of NW 14 Pg
.it-8.2d deceased. Truby & Co's Sub Division iAifSW'nr&31AA
| Alvarez,
of NE'/i of NEVi\ ____.28 8 22. Rosa. Cox _ _____ 13.03 830 ft S 21)4) ft W 830 ft \4
LICE 10 untiTniis AND CIIEU- Lots 1 2 & E 38 ft of lobS to beg ._____33 6 2 Leah Gregg _ ..__ 18.83 Re 8W3orofy Nw4W0-

4of181k15&lots l2 All SVj of SBU\ n of Ry- SW\4\ ..., ______
ITOUS & 3188ftoflots 34oftIlk 6 A . -.___...33 82 5 Unknown __..._ 4.17 1 A In -8W Nr- of- BE3of.,16 7 22 27 W. A. Jones: .__....,16.32 4P

l llct Is hereby given that all 16 Livingston' Truby A Lot 8 of Blk 7 Lincoln CityIn BW'4 of NW\4\ ___. .. 08 7 22 1 John: Hall . ____., J.IS
Jlctorn, legatees, dUtrlbutees and Cn'n Rub Divlelon of NEIl SV4 of snVi W of RyJ3: 6 S3 Clarence Oiteen _ ._ %.46 of
iperiiina. having claims against of NEU _______--28 8 22! Annie Coleman _ __ (0..' Lot B of Blk 11 Lincoln if8t.r; .N.Wyi.0LN.EV4..B. 8
8 S3
Turpentine Co S8.83
J estate of Anna Q. Murrhee, del W<4 of lots 1 2 A all lots City In SVi of aEVi W of of SWVi of NEVi\ '(Ex: WWVfK f
td. are hnreby required to pre- S J4ofElk17&W34 of Ity . _ _. ______82OH 6 23 Dan Jenkins- _ .._ 5.33 9 ] of

1 td their claims, duly authentl- lots 1 2 A all lot 4 of-Elk A Com at NW cor of < \ fll'J''|- 3 Chat. R. OelslerNVi ___ 19.'" y
| to the Hon. Oeo. A. Gardiner 18 Livingston, Trubv A NWVi\ of SWU & run S on | \ f HW of

IT/ Judge of Bradford county, Co's. Rub Division: of NEU Sea line to a post thence ;] I 8 23 45 R. M. Herssy .... 23.90
[rlfromedate hereof this one of NEI ___..__-...28 8 22 D. P. Pullum _.___.. 40.56 B.. r.vI ''11:0 ft of eth of NWU of"swvT _-._ 3 1 32 20 U. F. Wacker man.___.-... '.'11 F
of N
or no- Blocks 25 26 Livingston e lii-a nt n pt on W side. of
will be held In bar thereto. And ; gbblvl.t..n Company's parallel with Ry to N line lly" right" of way on N'
parsons Indebted to said estate 1 'of NBU of of said NWU of SWU' line of Sea 3 &runiton'"
requested to pay theIr said<. debts NEU _ ___ _________28 8 22 Livingston Truby 4k Co. 1.76 thence W to beg _____..33 8 S3 8 J. T. Jones ,__.__.._ 5.17 right of way 25yd
'''hvllh u to the undersigned. Lot 4 of Blk 27 Livingston All NWU of SW" B of Ry < N 88 yd*lIl'IJV.: y

!. Srd< day: of July A. D. 18S1. Truby A Co's Sub Division J Ex: about. 3 A In SW oor3J 9 23 S3 It D. Hunt ___.__ M>_ 23.84 tins thence M on sail line
I ti. I>. W WAINWRIQIIT of NEU of NEIl, _.38 8 23 A. O. Jenkins 3.62 Lots 1 3 of Blk I J. M. to h.3.. A In NE\4\ ot ti

.Adninslrator' Estate. of Anna G. I Lot 8 of Blk 27 Livingston, Johns. Sub Division of _.NW'4 _ ___ I I" t C. A. Yeanglood. 110 e
9t<-!-l8, Murrhee. deceased Truby A E'it Sub: Division NBVi\ of NEIl .___----33 8 23 A. W. Anderson __...__,._ T.OON'A. : = ;; Ii;; : F.: ; .== .ni 1
..12 la3 8
of of NBV1 ____28 C 23 Leanna Aaron _ of NW'4 of HE" Ex tIn 1140 11'. SEKr'SE :_:_.137.0
MISTER'S SALE. Lots 1 3 or'EVi; of Blk 88Llvingeton.Truby A NW'cor & 34 A In WU"of- -. I *4 , r- Wack.rman _._.341.43

lor.hy notice ;given that under Division In NEIl A: CosBub of SFJ oar & N""., of 81,4 ofNW'4 N'W\4\ 01 NEV"of"NW"7 Si1I of NW A.

by ] certain final of NBU . __ 28 6 S3 Llllle Sander _ ____,. 13.83 of NH34 IIX t ..of..24 6 II 14 John: A. Morgan _._._ n.ol 313! of S11V of NW' of Ati
foreclosure of
IA 'T made by the Lot 3&1735 ft of Lot 4of 34 t-J NE-----------4 cur NWIe I It I.. C. Powell ___ 1.010 NW'\4 & PJ: of NE'' of .

dr.'d? the County Circuit Court In and for of Blk 83 Livingston Tru N4. of 'NW'' of 8E3. ____840 6 II 10 Idema Dro. _ __ 140.11 83W34 of N 4 .11 8 22 40 R. S. Zimmerman _._. 30.93
of Florldal on the 7th by A: Co* Sub Division of aWI4 of N\V% ._____86 S II 40 John B. Thomas __ 11.14 82.4of8b4of8 34&S3.4
ph E.July'Wilson A. D- In favor of NE'4 of NEU, ______ -38 6 S3 Emma Hughes _ '.0. 8E14. of NW% ._____15 6 la (0 Minnie Geiger _ .___ n.n of Sy, oel934 .-___11 8 23 120 F. 8. Wetm.r. _..____ .....
as Liquidator for Elks 87 88 Livingston Tru WIvW4 Sty: vf SW\4\ of
n Cord. County Bank a corpora- by A Co's Sub Division of Lot I of Blk a Lake Kin" ___._11 8 22 5 Unknown ____.__. 8.17 _;
? Complainant and againsti NEU' of NBU --28 8 23 A. O. Jenkins: _ v 11." Icy Hel..hU0.. 1 NEI4of E34 otsW -_ __II 8 ,,23 80 Salvation Army _ II."
Rowe a" ''ofendants.and ET'( flowe his wife Lots 1 4 of BIN Llring- Lots NE'4'n lie_--10.--Lake____30 I 82 Unknown _ __ 1.16 BVS of ., 10.81 A
& Co' SubDivision deeded Mesa
h. ston. Truby s to Manning I
,undersigned< as Special Mas- of NEIl\ of NEU-38\ 8 S3 James: B. Franklin .__. 18.45 Klng..l.y Heights No. 136 81 1809
*UI'' ofer In front of N '4 01 NfJ'4 ..__.__ U Randolph 010\81' _ .I.U t..urro A Ez 1 A
Lot 1 3 of Blk 42 Livingston "
door LakeKingsley A Ex 4 A on K
courthou.. Lotll 11 11 of Ulk 16
In Starke Flor- Truby A Co's'' Rub side N of lake A Bx road
during the legal hours of sale 6 23 Unknown _ __ '.TS heights No. 1N8'
Division of NEU of NBU2SBlk right of
wit between the of NE' ..____38 6 'I Alto Wa..rlck _ I.UNW4 : way A Ex Ry
hour of
1 ?. m.. Monday the trd 11 day a. m.of 44 Livingston Truby \ of SW34" ._._---2' I II 0111 Asa Hunter _ __ 10,78EK Beg right of W _ ____12 I 23 68 Mr*. W. A. Jones: __.. 44.03
on side of
beet bidder 1931. to the follow* NEU A Co's Of Sub NEIl, Division___-of-38SV4 6 23 -.A. O. Jenkins _ 18.45 of SW3Q of NW34 I 7 13 30( .frll. Leak Bapp __ 10.09SK NWVi'! on N edge SEU of \Bedford of-* .
for caeh the Elk of SE54 of 2W3ti I 7 U 10 J. W. Edwards _._ 140.1s lake A'" Run W 110 ft
described of Lot S of Livingston (' of Na14 of _. 6 7 13 11>> Mr. Agnes
property, situated In Co' Simpson 7." N 420 ft M no It to
4ford A V4
County Truby : of of III': __ 40 7 U 10 Ida,
Florida to.wlt of of 8013 "Wit! Simmons _ __ 1,46 sea line thence 8 it

the Southwest! quarter of thenerorgSection NEIl Sub Division____NEU____-2* 8 23 Arthur Simmons _.... 1S.S3 NEye of NE'4 of NW" 4 7 II 10 Ida Butl.r _ .,__._-...oj .CI I to beg __ __ _,.420____ia 8 22 t Larken D. Slsaon __... I."$ 1
of th. 1'I0uth..t Lot 1-80 Nib of Lot 3 of Bile NEIl of BWI & all NW34of One acre .. parallel. ,
] 23.> In Township BE'44 W of ny II: alBW'4ofE4WofRy& right 7
'Utb. Range 3 Davis A Truby' Addition with Ry" of way In v
Twenty-two East
111, nin' ten acre more or less., of to SEU'Starke of NWU In NE W Cor of N If Branch all E34 of NW of corn! of 11'4 ot NtiY34-13 8 J3 1 IT. PI. A Bhellie O. "'oar., I."

Eleven at the Arres of Land cornicing Hy .. _. -i. aumm--_ .---t 23 -.A. B. Braddook co." 81i1'4 of SW'4 N Of Ws4 ot NI1'4 IIwl4.of AE%_& I U SO C. II. Drake ____?__ 43.8
Northeast corner of branch _ I 7 II II Jr. L. Boss
North .*' Lot 8 of Bile 2 Tempi Addition _- ._111.67 4+5 ft of MEU of S37' of /
? quarter of the Sontht
on.. In 8 to Stark In NBU Beg JlO It Bof NW cop ofNW'4ofNEl&runN3i0 SWU-7 A i W U J ft
'fWo.t 1060 feet thence run- of NW'part of WVi 830 ft of NEW of
? South 8W34
cgp ft ID no tt N 111>> tt W B W
th.nee NEVI W of Ry A NB S A l&k.U I II 10
ice%.. East 1010 feet 32 Mrs. Cella Carter ...... 30.38 42 __ Lawrence Developing .
th of NWU.i.I.. .28 S -
4S 6 7 72 50 Uresi
to point of be- of SEll hofg Ca 40.17
fling. In Section 17, Township 6. Lots I 7 of Blk 7 Temple E34 ____ ..:. E/Il ttolNE'.ofSE34ot Co. . r' __, 16.41 ,

lI" Range U Eaa. Also aU that Addition to Stark In Lot 1 Davis Bro. Tnb cSF1' -. u'..... _11 S 81 Unknown
rt of the East Halt of the NEVi' of NWU A part of ,.'. Bub Div 8 7 U 1Ot. M. Truby __......_, ...,. >I'll"' / ) ___ I II J 0 Mr Jel. _.__ ItJi ;
aet Quarter of the Southeast WJ4. of NEV4W\ of RNBcor N34 of N34 of NW'!l __ 7 U C' W. M. Edwards la." N of ofelE4 Es 1811 I. Inllr..ham. _
.r..r of of SE'4 of N fati 8 S3 B. W. Hayes ... {.93 Lot 14 or NW\4\ of SE'4 of I A Ex Yes l A lake ...,...U I II 4 D. O.
'let'hlp Ile. 8. SoutheRang., 23-three Lots 11346671314 of NE" _ :: __ -.-.- 7 7 II 11 O.wr O.termaD _ 1.11NEI All NBU of SBU\ of Ry I."

.!! ?' t1' of Starke, Middle- Bile 11 Temples Additionto Of W'4 .. .w... 3 7 U CO JI1. A. K.nned n." -18 '4 ot NVr'' of I
rllJin.n.Ro a. now located Starke In NEVi\ of NWIl of liEI' __ 6 T II 40 Emily 11'. Lyon 11.13 SEU' "E-"w 4 A-1I A U I U It
r,. or lJ8JW6 and 11.101>> acres NWU Part of WVi of NI' ot NE34 of NW\ot. N N.J'4' of H&: Sit NBJ-- CdW'. Larsen _._.. aa.u
NEI,4 W of Ry A NB cur of of ... nor of \ NKU"N __.-14
E. _____28 II S3 Unknown _ II F. 1'1. Wetmel' 11.41
K. of of NWU % w
SOW of Swl of NEIl ___to 7 II 50 J. W. E/lwar4. 87.10 I 13
__ 120
O. F' Wackerman
11 JON,18 Special Maet. Lot 1 of Bile Stark 11 Tem In BEl of HW'I' ol 11J" _10 7 U 10 Hr. Agnes Simpson .,... NW 34 of NEB' NE-4'cell ..,..111.11

!after for ComplaInant. WElINE to* Part of N W oof N WoJQ 8W'4 4 _'ofll T II 20 Sidney 11'. Ur1Qi. 10.0' nu1 NBU-- -!,- r. ...-1"__17 I t U 8. 1ft.0 O.O. 11'JI' Waole.rman Waoke..lDan __ ....1 h

7-10-4t-7-81 w of Ry 8134 _ .___11 T II 180 J4ra. E. B. Das LolsI2orN534&31V. of __ n.81 .t
of ffiA of NWV4-2S 8 33 Evelyn Llddon _ __ 13.83 ,___-...oj 10."
c* TO DF.RTORS Lot NBeor 11 14 of Blk: 13 Temple 8W14 of NE I II 7 83 40 Mr.. E. Do Dee. 1'.n NWU NWV!of A NE'NW Lot 8i of Ali,M _11 3 II 340 O. JI'. Waekerman ._ 97.14
AND CRBD.1TOH Addition to Stark In BE'" of IIW 11 'I U 40>> Inca Ivey Pollard n.n 21 S n lOt o. Waokerman __ 7-74
I NBVfjf NBV! of NIBV4 .TTTs M
NEU of NWU Part. of HEM of 8 k NW'A ofBt.o4 of Clay road in Btu I U 10 Mrs. Jessie L J .raham.. f...
once 'I. WVVo NE W of R .. \ 11 7 II 60 J. 17. Pollard ... Cor of SB I
hors legates.getdi.trlbutas. NE nor of BEy. of N\1 'A.JI 1 S3 S. B Osborn US 81C1Oa of NEI 11" la co Curtis D..a __ __ 1".11 14 of BBUl34: I II 8 Lawrence Developing
1 ell, V 514 of 8E14 -_-,..---__--tf 'I U 10 lass Ivey Pollard 17.13 NI! Y34 of Co. _ 4.8'
persons having claim Lot. 1 3 8 of Blk J5 Tem- 1'rW4! ---_ I f2 49 Lawreriee Developing" ?

aOdthare: 'hrebyEa aulr.a12to plea Addition NW\4\10 Statics ofW InN SofrySF...of1VW&y k1'IW3A4NE34 \ AH NV4 of *JV4 of NEU W of Co; - I.... L?

'tut otf NW&of'artr .. WA laka % NXVV\ oC tiKA\ ofTNToT 1
of BW rl1
th.talm" duly auth.ntl"v1 ... W II 23 E. M. Davis ..59.14S3 \ $ 7 II 110 D. O. D"al ._,._____. 'US NW\4\ -16
t" OJ N 001' q.22 n I II 40
I"* luegeHetrBradford, i? Gardiner county. Lots 1 S It of Blk t7 All of S 8W"NE .. I A In Nm.or of MSi4 Ruby A. Hay. _.. II." n,

fcf fromi.l* approval. within one NIE3iAof1eNW'ABakkpart -'/ SW'4\ of 0; S. Lake _ ...26 I 12 8 :Lawrence Developing '

l';will, b. fcLA? inrbarrthereto.' And oft 3y of NEVi WOn,. Corn.. ..II NEilx\ of I 5W34 of8W14 NW nf JIIW4! 2i I U 40 Toney Co.liltobaiTTT"Isaac ..... 8.87 .,

F r b ste4 toopa estate A NB. cor of SE\4\ of -t. W. Edward .,. 19.11 _ __11 f II It Dol&II4 Jo n. _ 20.8$ 8E\4'.f\ .W\4\ of-NW* Ex 19.73
1 1
dtheirrsail : ? ? A to Chureo
... A Ex 1
'b t" debt Loa13i13ofBlk.2S B RlsIng's Com f. yd. W of BID eor of A to MoGoW. "A Aajlr
the m. I
ble Ird und..III.-n.4. Starke S.. It run W "{ 741. H t. KcLeu4
day of July A. D.1111.. Addition to Soutll 7. ,.oJa E $0 yds a n ydsto 54 .t '_ III t It f Mitchell __.... ....
.'ymislatr.MAM1F' . OIUF1I'Is" In NWV4_ of MWV4 1 12. lira Celia Carter .... .... _ ____11 1 II 1 Wm :Kalcbreute" _ '_ 41.1. '<- _NWU hI\.14.-. of ,Lol.__...* ._.f{ a 130 Samuel Cooler _ 4L..
1.6.11 of IIInoch RIstsg'i w4ofallotIsSWoor & .
Ortffls. deceased. Loa i 10 of Elk B lots 'I 3-- -2/ I 31 99 K. O. Alderman _-JJ ca."

,,, 709 17*, yr ,.rw ; .. '''''.'>Ij'\"J\ : '''h't\:;:! !;,,; .

'" ., ar M9 w' ''' '. '''q" 'n"rryin''',' n'r ''>''''A''' p.,. ro nir'vs"Fhf *YA "1 '. ,I.'I ..
ttr PnlYron+I1Y'S 41A4ryq'f,4 +*+nfiiR++ 7+77 f'' x .'4YTIrS IIW'I'1"ern, 'r"'r't"V'; +wiol/"u'a'/ \(M'' 'f 1M1'rhF' '' dRMk T
) .
+ .SQS
i I'rAQI'
QS A ;

'} EIGHT . BRADFORD ___ ,_ FUIDtyTCgp/4...
---- IfjJ
-- 5:39 m., amendment carried by accla- the county commission at its meetIng treasury for salaries ----
LEGISLATIVE NEWS watches slipped toward : p. The :; -
Ii Bradford County Telegraph the speaker dropped his gavel and mation and the bill was put thru today when Walter B. Abell, firemen street
4j ,i: r (Continued from page 4.) declared the house stood adjourned on final roll call without further union representative, made an appeal city hall employer dens* rat\
for funds to on the
Established 1877 state auditor, his duties ender sine die. discussion. same boat, but they prolgbh
placing worlc. Since June 5, 73: tons of
a i, 4 _ _ _ _ _ and go to work just
supervision of the governor and county delinquent Jacksonville After admitting vegetables have been distributed bya the saw
, Second Class Payment of state salaries
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as the state comptroller was one) of robbed station here of trade union representatives were cut olr
it taxes on a five-year in- they a filling group when Circuit YIter.
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida the final major legislative acts in stallment plan became the law of "to get enough money to get mar- at a cost of $209.16, none of worth, at West Judge c >It
the senate during Saturday. The. Florida Sunday midnight without ried on," Henry Lee 16, and his which went for overhead, Mr. Ab- ed down a Palm beach,

%'1 E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher senate for passed the abolishment the house bill of providing the office Governor Carlton's signature. The bride of the same age, were jailed ell reported, and 25,402 persons order by which temporary rell

J. C. Robinson __u.uu___.________.__ Managing Editor by a vote of 17 to 9, after brief measure, a senate bill Introducedby today at the request of the youth's. 25 have cents been remain! fed. In At the present treasury only and in the treasury, nearly must be,(,000.*
Senator Gomez:, Key West, allowed father, Bartow Lee, a policeman.The on the bonded Uaed
debate from the floor. the Instalment payment over boy said ho took $75 In cash the vegetable line at the labor tem- The order also debt of the

SUBSCRIPTION RATE : a period of five years on conditionall and a $10( check from the filling ple has grown since funds were future collections provide \\lilt:; 1
or I
t s Yearly, 1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Sponsors of taxation and revenue current taxes were paid In full station only to discover later the exhausted. Food distribution has unpaid from 1925 to tares dllt
measures enacted by the Florida as due. The application of the check bore his father's name. Fol- been made possible through the cooperation must be prorated III
/ Advertising Rates on Application legislature during its three sessions new law may be extended to delinquent lowing the robbery, the couple of Everglades farmers ing expenses and the between
this year estimated total revenueto municipal taxes if enacted eloped to Lake City where they who are donating crops for which slaking

i E a' Farmers Week in Gainesville is the next event. be gained from the bills at $25- by local ordinance. The act were married. Upon their return, there is no market. The countyand -
j I 390000. State officials) said Saturday automatically became law at mid- they were confronted by the boy's other agencies are lending the
o they were unable to give ac- night when the chief executive allowed father who took them to the police use of trucks for hauling Orlando-Leases have bra

'' s It takes gas to make the free-wheeling cars run. curate estimates as to the amount the time limit to expire with- station. The father told other cured and Daytona on property between
of revenue to be expected but that out either signing or vetoing the officers his son formerly worked at of the Beach for Ih, ,t.
Boynton Employes of
-0--- such Information would be compiled bilL the filling station and was con- erecting two large h
i town of Boynton will go to work beacons under
t' 1 that makes interesting. within a few days. On the basis vinced the youth was guilty. the reguJaUct
; It's the uncertainty game tomorrow with no money In the the department of
) ' ', of estimates by sponsors of the After a furious early morning: --. -- commerceCARL'S /
':t; 1 0.- taxation measures, the following drive to complete its legislative. West Palm Beach-Reports thata .-.=
l Installment collectors do not complain of nothing to do. revenue would be obtained: Seven program and avoid a third extra- "wild man" had been seen lurk-
;, 1 : cent gasoline tax, $2,225,000: documentary ordinary session of the 1931 Flor- ing on a fringe of Everglades

j'4 yl c stamp tax $1,000,000; Ida Legislature, the senate convened -I woods near Belleglade today resulted CASH CORNER
tf v Add to endurance records that of Florida's legislature. utilities tax, $700,000: corporation Sunday morning and stood at in the capture of a middle-
franchise tax, $500.000; intangible ease, while the house of representatives aged man, who bore every appear
otti property tax. $300,000; chain store adopted the committee report ance of having/ lived In a primitive; In S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot
4t tax, $200,000; inheritance tax, state for a long time. Wearing a,
dollar becomes the harder it is to get. and passed the millage bill
+ i ik The more valuable a $100,000( ; tax on commissions, $25- approved by the upper legislative pair of tattered overalls and with; Phone 45 Starke Fla.. {WeDelietr/ ]

0 000. In addition, approximately branch. By working until 4. o'clock dirt thickly matted In hi* clothe: !

( of speakeasies do not speak so quietly coming $13,390,000 was scheduled as the Sunday morning, the senate settledall and hair, the man who could not; e::: .
ry' Customers ,
I return from the six cent gasoline Identify himself, was brought heroby
out. tax in force before the seventh house disputed and senate questions conference, adopted com-the Police Chief Elmer Padgett of. 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Best Flour'------________ 6&i
cent added and $6,000,000 arrested him after
was Belleglad who ; i
mittee reports on the appropriations ,
1 0V'j from sale of automobile license bill and the salary bill and a chase through swamp*. Standing 96 Ibs. Pillsbury FlourS ._________________$1.2$
#' ,P .t'it'a allover, how much less taxes have we too passed a bill by Senator A. H.Wagg. about 6 feet 8 inches tall, well-
built and with thick of Ibs. Good Whole Grain Rice
tagsNinetynlnedays a growth j&
pay? chairman of the senate appropriations I -----------
o P 14ifl of lawmaking committee. The majority sandy hair, the prisoner answered
cost Florida $3,176.03 a day or a all with one 2 Ibs. LARD
practically question - ------------------- 2&lbs.
report provided an appropriation ---
I r p Wauchula will not total of $314,516.06. Expense of word-"beans." Officer said the
holds out
As long as the frog supply bill carrying $6,327,876 an-
the three session of the legislature nually, which with a total of $T35.- only information gleaned from him 2 Cumberland Ground Coffee ________ 1St
croak. this year were announced by was that he answered "C. H.."
900 In special funds, brings the to-
State Treasurer W. V Knott who when asked what his Pints Wilson Salad Dressing
t"f ,. o tal to $7,063,876, comparing with a name was, ----------_ 19c?
said all bills were not received and and that he came from "Bean
lei & Exchange says a friend is one who walks in when others the figures, therefore, not final grand annual for total the present under the year appropriation of- Shore" or "Bean City.. 5 lbs. Sugar, white sacks ------_____..____ 1St
' '"" Salaries paid members and attaches -
walk out. (9,205,078( according to figures I
during the regular 60-day furnished by Rep. H. S. McKenzie, West Palm Beach Steps to No. 2 cans Del Monte Grapefruit --------_i c
a session amounted to $154,835.33. continue the of
distribution more
1 Bradford's school system is about'the head of the class The[ senate salaries totaled $69-. Palatka, chairman committee.of the The house former appropriations -- than two tons of food daily to' No. 2 cans Silvernip Grape Fruit Juice ___ /fc

061.10 and house salaries, $85-. needy persons here were taken by
d > senate appropriation fixed
In a financial way. 774.23. First extra session salaries' the total amounts for operation of: I 3 cans Stokeley's Tomato Juice ___________ ISe
o totaled $47,929.70; $19,056.30 for
..4'' be called the senate and $28,873.40 for the state 17,057,887.departments The majority for one year report at< 24 Ibs. Great Western Flour ______________ 60t
; 1 Some gatherings could very appropriately house. Second extra session salaries
1 cuts a total of $2,141,702. GAIETYTHEATRE
' ; tongue oil parties. totaled $44,944.91; $17,354.30 96 Ibs. Great Western Flour ___________. $2.30
for' the senate and $27,59061 for

o the house. Legislative printing Before disposing of the appropriations 24 Ibs. Dove Flour __________________ ,._ 7flc
y j' Road 28 passes thropgh Starke and Palatka on streets of and miscellaneous expenses for the conference committee report -

; ;_ the same name-Madison. three: sessions amounted to $66- the senate passed by a vote of ALL TALKING 96 Ibs. Dove Flour _________________. $2JO
806.12 up to noon Friday but Knott 29! to 2, the general biennial tax STARKE
t' o .said all bills were not in at that levy bill. Senator Wagg offered 24 Ibs. Veribest Flour plain or self- rise ,, S0c

Extreme heat in California-headline. Very comfort- time. the bill providing for the constitutional All Flour are Guaranteed
1 mill levy for schools and Friday and Saturday'The

able in Florida, thank you. At a few seconds before 5:39: : for' an additional 3-mlll property LEMONS per dozen _____________. ._ 22c
v '-" o'clock Sunday afternoon the gavels tax levy for the general revenue Intensely thrilling picture'I

j: Quite appropriately the auto tags next year will be as were dropped by President Pat fund Sen. S. W. Getzen, Bushnell, "CITY STREETS" 4 pounds BANANAS _________'____ __ J*
Whitaker in the senate and Speaker took exception to the provisions of; I

0 nearly a gold color as ink wil\\ make them. E. Clay Lewis, Jr., in the house: the measure and offered an amend-I CELERY, per bunch ----------- ... ,.__.. ?_ 5c
and the second extraordinary session ment designed to prohibit the levyof r

d Those who insist that Florida never gets hot in summer was at an end and Into the any additional{ special mlllages I Mon. & Tues. Next Lettuce, large firm heads _________. ....." lie
pages of the state's history had for the Livestock :Sanitary Board,

n h ? should practice spelling "rail backwards. been written the records of 100' pensions, the State Board ol, William Powell in Eating APPLES per dozen ______. .__.,30c
s ;i o days of hectic, feverish legislative Health, free text books and the

: Right after Florida produced a two-headed turtle, California activities. It was Sunday in Tallahassee state prison farm. The senate Informally "LADIES MAN" Cooking APPLES 4 pounds for _... 2Jcj
but to the members of the passed the bill for nearlyan
s broke into print with a two-headed calf. legislature It was an official work hour when the amendment hit We buy chickens and eggs, white eggs 21c, doz.\
o day and the deliberation, Includingthe I the floor, and when the body reconvened Western Electric Sound system
trade. Mixed, 22c doz. trade.
From the number of relatives on the senate 'payroll, one ones during the early morning Senator Getzen with- Equal to any theatre In the eggs

'! ir senator could quite appropriately be called Gethis. hours that a, today Florida marked legislature the first had time met another drew this designed amendment to permit and the offered levyof PRICES state ISo &: 40o Home owned and operated store. Patronize usj

; 0 That record not the special taxes for and home.
on Sunday. was special SHOWS-7:80: &: 9:00: P. At keep your money at
Tents are, tents, but sinners try to sneak in circus tents the only one that had been set by funds, but striking out the 3-mlll
the 1931 number of his- levy for the general revenue fund.
group, a
and other sinners feel like sneaking out of gospel tents.
tory making events having been The amendment, it was said, would .... _. '.. '.' .._ .. .. .
o staged during the regular, first extraordinary permit a tax levy of 6 3-8 mills . .. .. --,_.. - .---.-.-" ." .,
a There is not much difference in the swing of a grass cut and second special sessions. -
ter and a golf stick, but there is a difference in the results. Stronger r l,

>, o Not until o'clock Sunday morn- FLORIDA( I Bank stands =: ,dot"

State millage has been reduced :from 14 to 4 7-8 mills. Ing were the legislative skies cleared . any a

With county millage cut one-third, taxpayers should be hap- of session.the clouds At threatening that time another the*, T, II'E.ELaT.". 1 R El. the Community ,
py. senate had passed a tax levy meas- GAINESVILLE, FLA.
behind it . . .
ure and had approved the confer- '
o i ... jjv
Only 600'of the 3,500 bills introduced during the three ence general committee appropriations report as the Week 'Aug. 3rd _

tI sessions were passed' and that's something to be thankfulover. The conference committe had been A. _

.' out all day Saturday working to
reach an agreement while the two Monday and Tuesday
a, o bodies whiled away the time. The '
Bradford's representative broke his 100 percent record house met at 9 o'clock Sunday 1 Take ThiWoman"

4 when; he ,introduced, his first bill in the closing days of the morning and three hour later the With
two had been and
t session but it needed local measures passed .
was a bill From that hour until shortly before Gary CooperAlso

o 5:30: o'clock both groups stood at

Wauchula Advocate advises how to 'prepare frog legs in ease while the enrolling of the appropriations Slim Summerville- Comedy

th'o most appetizing manner. Next installment should dis- Nlris minutes-measure later was completed. sine die- "Royal Bluff" Burton Holmes e

cuss appropriate music and type blinders for diners. adjournment had been taken and -Travelogue "Peeps at Peking"Paraanollnt .
the legislators were on their NewsWediSdsday _
o way I r 1
home" 'Quick of the biennial UI
passage -
Crescent City Journal says the only time a fisherman ,
appropriations set-up by virtue -
i tells. the truth is when he calls another"fisherman a liar. And : of almost unanimous adoption (Radio. mht) .

. S same fishermen may have the,same opinion about editors. :of the conference committee report, t WKK, ,.+ ..Upt1S} h"k
and the approval of the biennialtax Ramon tfavarro I 1W.r-r i
H'' o I !
levy measure featured the closing -
And now comes a physician declaring kisses are not un- hours of the house session Sun- In.,

sanitary and that the exchange of microbes Is rather beneficiaL day morning.- "SON OF 'INDIA" P 1k

That might start an argument in medical circles but' When the house re-convened at Also 4 I

nowhere else. 4 p. m. the roll was called, 61 members Screen Song, "Alex's Band" ...
1; o .. I answered and the house stood Comedy' "Stage Struck"
at ease awaiting the final touchesto Metrotone New.
IA Is the
Hoover is Interested in most everything these days, ac- the legislative adjournment pro judged largely by

cording to the dope being furnished the newspapers. It would cedure. At B:16: o'clock the enroll strength and quality of its banks.

i seem that a strenuous effort is being made to sell Hoover to ed chamber bill was and brought two into minutes the house later Thursday and Friday aw.-,,_ I It is therefore our constant aim to add

,fr the voters again next year. Speaker Lewis had affixed his signature Marie Dressler and to our fast growing list of customers,

k o to the measure and his last Polly Moran every citizen of responsibility so that
Iowa farmers are fighting the grasshopper scourge in Jill had been signed.l Quickly then, in we world
the machinery was started lookIng can present to the business
that state with "prayers and poison" says a newspaper dis- toward sine die adjournment.At "POLITICS"Also Riving Safety Deposit Vaults that combined strength assuring security -
}' patch, after one farmer sent turkeys into his field to eat the 5.30: p. m.. Miss Annie Bond, and privacy security are and growth.
enrolling secretary returned to the
t insects and they came back featherless. for rent at nominal cent
house to advise the speaker that Comedy "Elmer-Takes the Air" JVe
0-- the appropriations measure had Sportllght "Sink or Swim"Fox extend you a cordial

One woman wrote a matrimonial agency "she had been been delivered to the senate and Movietone News invitation to join us

;'c1; seeing shows alone, going to beaches alone and going home minutes then the later governor's a commute office.bad A been few

tat alone," was tired of it and wanted a husband. Hubby would named to advise the governor that Saturday

; r'' stay home and she would still be going it alone. and the house a group was had ready proceeded to adjourn down "The Secret Call" BANK OF STARKE

o ,,
the corridor taking similar messages WithRichard
Tali to the senate. A committee A ROLL
Arlen BANK
from the senate was received and

i county citizens want to talk to them." A good remedy would upon quickly the the last curtain act of the began fall Aa Talkcrtoon -."Kale Man"" E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R. j. DAVIS, Cashier

|M to elect men who would give. a little attention to homef oiks. the minute hand of observer Comedy; "Orer tile Bad!*
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