Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
August 5, 1932
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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In order to facilitate distribution
I ored. composed of fourteen happy With time advantage and prac- Bradford county's strawberry

1 the committee in charge of members. tically the same low rate there la rate will be only a few dollars g
the government flour haa decidedto The oldest applicant was George higher than that of Hammond, La., FOR FREEDOMCoroner's
no reason why we should not hold
set aside Saturdays for white Hamilton, a colored resident of If the recommendations of the Interstate .
Lincoln City, who claims to have the eastern markets against any Commerce Commission'
Attorney Held Responsible applicants, and Tuesday mornings seen 109 summers. George walkedthe -- other section of the country.All Investigator are accepted. The saving -
Gainesville of Lester for 'colored. Of the new lot received two miles from his home to Principal's Pay Remains Same we need is the berries. "A on a carload shipment from Jury Returned Verdict of

for Death here last week 200 bags town and returned also on foot Further' Redaction Probable million dollar crop" should be the here to New York would be $116,, Justifiable Homicide" Tu_ n':' !

Youngblood Last WeekA were given out Saturday and 102 with his sack of flour slung across In Grammar School slogan of Bradford county farmers. under the new plan. day-Guard Tells of ', !tf

on Tuesday. his shoulder. I I When berries are produced here In Where the time element Is con- Shooting; "f i ix

coroner's Jury meeting In Residents of Hampton and Law- Figures on the distribution of : The school board, at a meeting sufficient quantities there I. no cerned we have It all over Hammond -- .''i
Wednesday afternoon found tey are notified that allotments of the first carload of flour received rival. Trans-
Waldo held Monday: morningcut all sal doubt but that transportation companies our deadliest Ethel Willis Hlnson, twenty j ,'
that Zach H. Douglas prominent flour have been sent to both of here show that of the 24 1-2 pound aries of teachers In'HJie Bradford will give us second morning portation from Louisiana to the years old. alias Jesse Roberts, ?
young Gainesville attorney shouldbe these towns, and they will not have bags 571 went to Starke 181 to County High School' with the exception delivery at all times. eastern markets is fourth morn- serving a three-year sentence for ;'
the death of Lester to come to Starke to apply for it. Lawtey, 120 to 20 to whereas the regular t
held for Hampton of that of principal. The U the new low rate is approved ing delivery, breaking and enterting was !
Youngblood eighteen year old The store where the work was Brooker, and 32 to New River. Of commercial teacher was reduced many more buyers will be scheduled time from Starke and and killed Monday while trying shot'I I h 1

resident of Waldo. The Jury re- carried on was crowded on both the 49 pound bags 230 went to from $126: to $100; the remainder ed to our section but we attract-I' Lawtey Is third morning delivery, escape from the state prison farm (+! vat
turned a verdict that Youngblood days, and some trouble was exper- Starke 133 to Lawtey 40 to of high school teachers will receive the berries to supply them. ; But even! this time was betteredlast Raiford. h
led from being struck by an automobile ienced In keeping the crowd in or- Hampton and 20 to Brooker. 410 $90 Instead of $115. The salary of of them like to buy in quantities season, when through the co- He killed bullet
was by a from
carelessly and recklessly families received aid in Starke 175 two three at time operation of the Seaboard Air Lint
der.The coach was cut from $130 to 125.: : or cars a the of Guard Sid Dobeon when
driven by Douglas. largest family applying for in Lawtey 86 in Hampton, 23 in Junior High teachers, who were and if they cannot get what they Railway and the American Express he gun and another John

The verdict came after three I flour was that of Rufus Dyal, col- Brooker, and 18 In New River, paid $95 last year, will get $8:5.: want here, they will turn to more Agency, berries from here were Foose, made a break prisoner from an, open
in which many witnesseswere centers.GREEN given second morning delivery. '
tensions Grammar school teachers were cut 1 enterprising field where they were working ;
heard. Peace Justice R. W. from $80 to $73: but at a meetingof ------ -- -- --, with thirty other prisoners, and, +
Wesley, who acted as coroner Immediately RAIFORD MAN COUNTY COURT the board to be held today (Fri- ran toward a nearby swamp.;
swore out a warrant day) a further reduction In theIrI.larl.s. SEEKSLOAN PUBLIC SCHOOLSARE '
A coroner's Jury summoned by- ;
barging Douglas with manslaughter. probably $5, will be con- ?
Judge George A Gardiner returned -
ISBONUSARMYSUPPLY HELD 3 DAYS. sidered. The salary of principalwill a verdict Tuesday that the killing v ?
The Gainesville attorney posteda remain at $225. NOW FACING "
his FUNDS was "Justifiable homicide, after ti'
new bond of $5000 against Following Monday's meeting the
hearing from Dob-
In the November term board announced the following list testlmoney
[of circuit court. A previous bond HEAD OF LAST WEEK of teachers for the 1932-33 term! son and the prisoners who were
SERIOUS PLIGHT working with Hlnson and Foona
o( $5000 had been posted pending Principal L. A.. Gray; high FOR FARMERS at the time of the attempted es tq jd jdr
me outcome of the coroner's Jury. school: Mrs. F. Hudson, commercial +
Youngblood was killed on the Hoke Smith Rail Charge of FeedIng 13 Conviction One Acquittal Be- teacher; Mrs. H. B. McLendon, ------ cape.

night of July 27, as he walked 7000, According to Associated fore Judge Gardiner Miss Isabel Fernandez, Mrs. D. P. CoiigreMtmau ""rUM to Head of Carlton Blamer Lack of Local' Re- FooHe who is serving ten years irl
'along Highway 13 north of Waldo. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Columbia Land Hunk sponitllilllty and Failure to4'ollrrt for the murder of a Lake City police -
Douglas was taken into custody Press Story T. J. Alderman; MrtC. W, Larsen, Urging officer continued to run after
the same night by J. B. Clements, County court was held before coach. Immediate Action School" Tax Hlnson was shot, but was. caught
to Associated Judge Geo. 'A. Gardiner Tuesday, shortly afterward when blood ': ''
Gainesville police officer; shortlyafter According an Junior high: Miq: W. M. Mor- -
[ Waldo officers had telephoned Press dispatch appearing Monday Wednesday and Thursday ot last row, Mrs. B. Perkins, Miss Hazel Congressman R. A. Green is Tallahassee Fla.-Many Florida hounds were set on his trail.
Hoke former resident of week. The following cases were to counties will be unable to open public -
Gainesville to be on the lookoutfor Smith a Mlddleton. seeking secure loans for the Chapman Explains
a Buick sedan with a bent front Raiford, is acting as national sup disposed of or continued to the Grammar school: Miss Rosalind farmers of his district from the unused schools next term unless the L. F. Chapman prison superintendent ; i

(fender, a smashed hood and a broken ply officer of the Bonus Army.In August term: Jacobs, Miss Eunice Perkins Mrs. crop funds appropriated with state provides additional financial said "Guard Dodson
light. a story telling of the flightof Leroy Walker, colored, pleaded W. H. Hart, Mrs. Randolph Borne, the Initial Reconstruction Corpor- aid, a committee of county and shouted to Hinson to stop, and -1
Issues! Statement the bonus expeditionary force guilty to stealing a carton of cIg- Mrs. H. C. Bitch Miss Madge MId- ation Act. school officials representing the then fired Into the air as a warn-

In a statement issued shortly af- from Washington D. C., to Johns- arettes from Powell's commlsary dleton, Miss Edna Strickland, Miss In a letter dated August 3, and Florida Educational association
ter his arrest,,, Douglas said that he town Pa., the Associated Press and will serve a sixty-day sentence.J. Olive Ray Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght, addressed to F. H. Daniels, presi- told Governor Carlton and hIs cab ing."When Illnson did not halt, Dob- 1
knew nothing of the accident until writer said: H. Box drew a sixty-day sentence Jr., Mrs. R. F. Demorest Miss dent of the Federal Land Bank of inet, son shouted twice at him again p ; jc
Informed of it by local police despite "Hoke Smith of Starke, Fla., when he pleaded guilty to Hazel UnderhilL Columbia! S.C., Mr Green said In The state officials expressed and fired two more shots into the
the fact his car was damaged.He national supply officer of the B. E. the charge of passing a bad check. part: complete sympathy with the school air. Just as tha convict was clearIng ryS : +,

said he picked up a young F., said 'If we can get by duringthe Scrap Phillips pleaded not guiltyto HAYES HOUSE "I had urged the secretary of delegation but said they saw no a fence at the edge of the
white man shortly after lie left next seventy-two hours then a charge of Indecent exposureof agriculture to loan funds for sum way the state can do more for swamp,' a bullet struck him in the 1 A n
Starke, Wednesday ,night, and being the food situation will be cleared! person. He was found guilty GUTTED BY FIRE mer and fall planting from un- schools than It ,Is now doing. right side and emerged under thet
weary after two day's stren- up; otherwise the only thing we ,'and was given a thirty-day sen used crop funds appropriated with Both state and school officials left arm.; He had run IBS yard, j
uous work, he permitted the youngman can hope for is a break. As he tence. TIIURSDAI'The the Initial Reconstruction Finance agreed that the financial .plight of when he was brought down. :
to drive while he crawled : made his statement trucks laden Clyde Morgan, Ferrell ,Morganand -k' Corporation Act. I urged the sec the public school system was due to According to his story, Dobson.
over In the back seat and went to with food were reported bound for Pete Reddish all pleaded guiltyto residence of E. W. Hayes on retary to loan for summer and fall failure\ of state revenues to meet was aiming at,the fleeing convict's "
sleep. Johnstown from Cleveland Harrisburg charges of possessing weapons Madison Avenue was' completely planting from such funds as had the school appropriation for the legs when be ftretl the last time
The young attorney said he instructed Pa., Pittsburgh and New without licenses. They were each gutted by fire of unknown originat not boen loaned and from such past fiscal year and the failure of and the shot would probably not
'state.. fined $1 and costs or sixty daysIn two o'clock Wednesday morn- funds had been collected. As fatal If '
the driver to Lonnie Hay- York as counties to collect county school have proved Illuson hail ,
man's residence on East Union Finding food for 7,000 men wom- Jail. The fines were paid. Ing. The house was unoccupied at you know there was a good balance taxes. not leaned over while crowing tha 5
street In Gainesville when the en and children Is no easy Job, Ben Knott was given three the time, Mr. Hayes and family left In these funds at the time I The state legislature last year fence. J '
young man awakened him as they and Smith is meeting with diffi months in the chain gang when having moved to KIngsley Lake for loans
reached that city, and that the culties. Later stories from Johns- found guilty of petit larceny. the summer, "The strawberry farmers and ,county school systems to financea of the slain convict, requestedthat w
driver walked up the street and town tell us that, "Over the Johns- Kenny Kite was found guilty of The alarm was turned In by fall vegetable growers in thIs vicinity minimum of eight months free the body be burled in the ,.
disappeared while he went into town encampment, by the waters open profanity and was given a neighbors who were aroused by of Florida are now readyto school In elementary and high prison cemetery. Young Hln i )
Hayman's house to transact business. of a contaminated stream, hovered straight sentence of sixty days. the flames and the sound of ex- plant their crops and are In school grades. This state aid was son entered the penitentiary Inj 1 ;, f' '
the fear of pestilence as well as Lee Dell was convicted on a ploding shells that' were stored in great need of finances to plant to supplement revenue from county October, 1031. ;
It was there that Douglas' car starvation. Babies cried in vain charge of open profanity. However the building. these crops."I school taxes. The slaying came as state authorities
was noticed by Officer Clements' for milk In the camp while unwholesome a motion was entered for a Nothing was saved except some am hopeful that your discount While the state department of were exhaustively Inquire '
who took Douglas and the car in- food-and precious little new trial, and sentence was left furniture that was on the front! corporation will be able to promptly public Instruction anticipated state ing Into circumstances: surround't'
in over for the August term of court. and machine stored furnish blanks and the recent deaths of four other ';
to custody and later turned both of that-was steaming porch a sewing application revenue for schools would not exceed ing
over to the county. greasy garbage cans over fires." Allen Green sixteen-year-old In the front hall. The loss was make loans to our Florida farmers $7,100.000, close of the fiscal convicts, the serious wounding of III ', i
Witnesses appearing before the Hoke Smtih is well rememberedby colored boy pleaded guilty to only partly covered by Insurance, for planting strawberries and other year June 30 showed schools received fifth and sensational charges of '
Jury said that the sedan sped residents of Raiford. His father charges of stealing a sack of flour Mr. Hayes said fall vegetable crops only $5,682,000 from the state brutality at several prison camps) :, ,';

through the streets of Waldo with- W. S. Smith, at one time was from Carl's Cash Corner and other r # "Please advise me, as the or 73.0 per cent of the appropriation In Florida.
out stopping. They said the driver In the turpentine business there, articles from the S. R. Johns' home. drought has been broken and and 78.6 of the anticipated I Hlnson was the third convict to:> ;t,
was the only person in the car and but the family moved to Norman He was sentenced to eighteen CITY COUNCILHASJEETING planting/ season Is here and If they collections. 'be shot and killed this year while]

that he was a young man with I Park, Ga., about fifteen years ago. months in the reform school. are to have loans It must be done Meanwhile It was pointed out, attempting to escape. ,I ryll t.1
black haIr. Hoke Joined the regular army A. D. Long was acquitted on a promptly If any benefits are to be counties collected only 57 0 per .

Funeral services for the Young-: two years before the United States, charge of reckless driving to whichhe derived from them"Congressman cent of the school taxes for the BOND TRUSTEES MEET

blood youth were held last Friday entered the World War and servedin 1 pleaded not guilty. Green wrote to year. d
afternoon at the Santa Fe ceme- the Canal Zone. At that time Dan Leiterman was found guiltyof Mr. Daniels after receiving the following The result hat been school officials The board of bond trustees or
tery, near Hampton, under dIrec- Raiford was still a part of Brad-: open profanity and was fined $1 The city council of the city of message from H. S. Clarke, said, several thousands teachers Bradford county. Florida met In ; ,
and cost or sentenced to sixty days Starke met in regular session ProductionLoan session with the fit )+!d
tion of the DeWitt C. Jones Company ford county, which is probably the Florida national dIrector Crop throughout the state have gone regular Monday ?
reason'why his address was given in Jail. The fine was paid. Tuesday with all members Office: without pay some of them since following' members present: B. S< 6 ; j4.
as Starke. Sim Williams, colored, pleaded : present. Minutes of tho last meet- "Your understanding is correct last Christmas time. In addition Matthews, chairman; H. P. Gainey* (

ARCHER AT LEAST Those who remember him say, guilty to a charge of recklessly Ing were read and approved. the president pocket-vetoed the they said school facilities have O. Haynes W. E. Torode. Minute x'
that he was an adventursome boy operating an automobile on a pub- 1 Mr. J. L. Frazee representing Crop Loan Bill for the reason that been greatly curtailed, teaching of the last meeting were read and
NEEDS NO RELIEFAt with a gift for persuasive speech.(lic highway, and was fined $25 and the Band Hardware Company, requested the Relief Bill, passed by congress positions consolidated and elimI- approved. L /
When only sixteen years old he costs or sentenced to ninety days I the council to make some some time ago, covers the matterof nated and school properties have A request was made for bridge) Lit-+
stumped the county for A. D. Andrews -IIn I jaiL! The fine was paid. ,concession to the said. company on loans such as your constituents/ to be constructed on the Crawford '. i.
least one Florida municipality who at that time was run-I L. L. Johnson entered a plea of delinquent taxes on property own- will require this fall. (Continued on page 8.) road west of Lawtey. The board
'having no financial troubles and for the state legislature. In. not guilty of operating an automo- ed by them. Taxes In question be- "I believe It I. intention of the agreed to build the bridge when .' s

bra found a workable solution of ning the words of one resident he was,, bile while intoxicated. He was ing against the property before being Reconstruction Finance Corporation FAMILY LIVINGON finances would warrant. d
the unemployment problem. the type of boy who "would rip found guilty and is serving a sixty acquired by the said company. who handles) this fund, to establish The routine bills of the board

Replying to a questionnaire sent a hornets' nest, and risk outrunnin' day sentence. The request was denied. discount corporations/ the QUARTER A DA Y were paid and the board adjourn V+
out by the governor's office, Mayor!: open 'em"NO I The case of Lindsey Griff, who Mr. T. J. Griffin requested some I districts where there are Federal ed. ;
M. Venable said the town of Archer ,was charged with unlawful possession -: relief from taxes on property in Land Banks. I believe your near- SHOWS NET GAIN n a
has no debts, no unpaid city of intoxicating liquor, was block 20. After comparison of est Federal Land Bank I Is at Columbia IO.MK:! !: WEARING COMPLETION'The (i' .
mpioye and no trouble with the TYPHOID continued to the August term of other property In that part of the and doubtless there will bea
Unemployment question although court. city the council refused the re discount corporation established A family of three waa recently attractive new' home of Mr.
shout 25 men there are OUt. of AROUND LULU Other cases that were continuedwere 'quest. there soon. I am sure they will be I fed for 25: cents a day each In an and Mrs. I.. D. Vining is nearIng ,I
Work. : George Reddish chargedwith The tax assessor made recommendation able to take care of your needs In experiment by Dr. O. D. Abbott, completion and will be ready for f; '1
We are in good shape as a SAYS OFFICER discharging firearms on a to the council to reduce that territory." head of the home economics de- occupancy the first of September. '{. I % ,

city; he stated in his answer to public highway; Hudson Morgan, personal assessment of Quality Congressman Green expects to partment of the Florida experiment This English type home Is brick
> governor's questionnaire re- Dr. T. E. Morgan, district health possession of Intoxicating liquor; Store and the Bradford County hear from Mr. Daniels, relative to station The 13-year old daughter with shaded. tile roof, and has eight v '
*.,rdlng relief needs in Florida officer, said Wednesday that there Hudson Morgan, open profanity; Farmers Supply Co. These requests the loans, before the end of the gained two pounds, the mother losta rooms. Contractor Fred F. Vlnlng ,. '
2** our charitable people eacht were no cases of typhoid at Lulu, and George Frailer colored oper- were also denied. week, and will make his commun- pound, and the father held his has charge of the construction oC f
their needy neighbors." as had previously been reported. ating an automobile while Intoxicated Chairman requested Mr. W. L. ication known as soon as possible. weight during the week. All reported the building. h i

Archer Is In Alachua county and Dr. Morgan hall been Investigating Wall take the chair for the balanceof that their appetites were r Y4'
toe| 1930 census gave it a popula- conditions in that section and reports C the meeting.Mr. RACE FOR MAYOR perfectly satisfied THIS WEEK'S BIRTHS
bon of 576. there are & few cases STARKE BEATS RAIFORD C. F. Hoover presented his Among the protein foods In the -
around that Alachua. Providence, and BY SCORE OF a TO 4 resignation as a member of the WILL' BE QUIET menus were beef, liver, fish, ham, Mr. and Mrs. W L. Padgett Ett

PORTAL RECEIPTS SIIOWINCREASE but not enough to war- city council and requested that the cheese veal salmon, eggs dried HIghland, boy, July 31.
FOR JULY Lacrosse rant the term "epidemic. The Starke nine won Its first same be accepted immediately. A Dr. W. E. Middleton announcedthis beef milk, bacon and gelatin. The Mr. and Mrs. J. I* Davis, Pen { ( i 1'
Columbia Gazette Lake City game of the season last Thursday motion) was made and duly carried week that If things continue vegetables used were carrots, let- ney Farms, girl, August 3.

ReceIpts at the Starke post of- In The a recent Issue gave the follow- afternoon, when It defeated the that resignation be accepted as requested as they are at present he will be tuce, spinach, beets tomatoes cab- Mr. and Mrs. Rills Starling, Ore s,1
5ce for bage, beans, field peas, lima beans, ham girl August 3.
the Raiford team 5 to 4. until s'
sale of Starke' next mayor. Up d
postage stamps ing report: .
during July show an crease over "A number of cases of ty- Batteries were: Starke, Red This leaving the council without time for going to press no other corn, squash, onions and peppers.For e i i ofi'A
large West Palm Beach-A move to
lust( 1931 and Beal Raiford Rltch and a chairman, Mr. W; L. Wall was the fruits, oranges, lemons limes,
of W2.44. The actual fever have been reportedduring grave ; I 1 I candidate had gone through the
phoid furnishing
bananas, blueberries, boycott companies ; ,
6INrev! Beal leading to fill the unexpiredterm. the pineapples
was appointed his hat Into
are $474.49 several weeks in Hlgginbotham. ritual of tossing
worth of the
blackberries, cantaloupe, apples, Palm Beaches with light power ,.
temps sold Columbia batter for the home team. H. C. Wall Starke's present I
during the month of of ring.
r the southern part under
service Is
the and way j'with
used. Among telephone
Jllly and were
1931, against W08.83\ worth county around Lulu' and toward Starke came through the game The general city, election was mayor had previously announced prunes action threatened
sold < errorless while Ralford made called to be held on- second Tues if foods to furnish starches and fats similar
during of not
the COl- his Intention running
July 1932. In June 3Urke especially among ,
add watereompanlea. ,
IIQr imp three. day in September, 1932, it being were rice spaghetti, potatoes, against the local gas
gales though quite a there was opposition.One '
I$, 10 the amounted to $390.- ored population Ill of :Members of the town team are the 13th day of said month the bread, butter, sugar flour, meal Dissatisfaction with
' In postage hall number of white people are baa been In
and mayonnaise. The foods furnished public utilities
ready that to be elected: manual.
In they following
unanimous saying
been a help| to the receipts the disease. Some deaths have occurred -I time The .
Of tbis the support of One Inspectors appointed for said adequate vitamins' and evidence here for some
would appreciate mayor.
office It
"ttehT. and an Increase is ", though In the it Starke fans. X small charge Is Three alderman for two years. election were T. N. Kendrick Warren minerals for each day.A. city commission has promised an s
!lit this year to keep not seem to be as virulent as 1 of the into the prices. An ordinance
Starkeeo lce made at the gate and the funds One alderman for one year. Perkins, J. L. Peek. complete list menus Inquiry
In second class., might be. are needed for the purpose of buy- One clerk, treasurer and tax col The council adjourned to August used during the experiment may that would require lower gas s
S I be obtained from the Florida: experiment rate has been drafted but the city
BeDrlag New Siren Clty-Repalr. being made ing new balls and making trip to lector. 13th. 1932. to revise the registra '
Installed Plant ,
at IIcbt and water plant" on nigh school building. other towns. One tax assessor. Uon book station at Gainesville. has delayed action on It. !

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Mr. Buck Starling was the guest and Sunday. Wednesday night August 30. of Dublin, Ga., were visitors In'' W

rr I 'of Mr Charlie Brantley Sunday afternoon A large crowd from here attended Mr. J. D. Hall of Georgia, Is visiting Brooker a few days recently coming I

F' Pressing Farms the funeral of Lester his sister, Mrs. C. A. Young- down for the funeral of bin

Miss Lots Starling was the Youngblood Friday at Santa Fe blood. nephew Clyde D. Ward. Captain d

Miss Lula Wllkerson, Cor. guest of Virginia Brantley Sunday. cemetery.Mrs. Mr. R. :M. Hersey and son Clyde, Ward Is an old Bradford county t

7 Miss Ethel Perry of Jacksonville A. G. Brown and children and Mrs. M. Hall and Mr. Willis boy, the son of the late Erma P.

Mrs. W. H. Wlttfeldt was the Saturday night with and Jimmy Edwards of Starke Swindell were business visitors to Ward of Brooker. He left here -
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it guest: of Mrs E. L. Wilkerson\ Mon Virginia Brantley. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Starke Saturday.Mr. when a young man and located in .

SV'', Mr. Leo Edwards was the guestof Starling and family Sunday. and Mrs. J. C. Koon and Dublin where the engaged in the "" '.. AD nlJaie" teaching. doctriM-;
day.Mr.. Archie Wlttfeldt was the Mr Charlie Brantley Sunday. R. M. Johnson and J. A. J. McKinney children of Waldo and Mrs. J. P. steamboat business and is at present : ; ; [ .p_a eyed. if they are to have any ellilD

f guest of Mr. Harry Wilkerson Mon ,Mlsi Era Edwards was the were transacting businessIn Padgett of Plant City were visiting operating a boat on the Alta- Ipon the Ikwal1lF and dev4lti of the IlIIOD1e. must be ba harmonv WIll

1i guest of :Miss Virginia Brantley Starke :Monday. Mr. and Mrs..W. H. Hall Saturday maha river wita headquarters at the teacUllp of Jesus .. Cbr4st wk.s.. welds Ii' ht.every fold and CMits

: ,: day.Mr.. Lacy Grlffis of Maxvlile was Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kate Starling was visiting afternoon. TJiey were accompaniedhome I Dublin. Captain Ward has a boat SPAD of tholn LH aQ..I.T.!.. s'i/A'tf.0. *It WIle said to John 7:48."KZVER MAJ(

;, the guest of Mr. E. L. Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Degolyer and at Lacrosse Saturday and Sunday. by Mrs. W. H. Hall and of relatives and friends here who

Thursday. Mrs. L. J. Perry of Jacksonville t. Roy Roberts Jr., of Lake Wales daughter Carlle Mae who spent are always glad to see him on his Factors Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use tide ... !

"+ Mr. W. H. Wittfeldt was the spent Saturday night with Mr. and arrived here Monday for a visit Saturday night and Sunday with I visits back to his old home. partnsaft fer Dews of church ..charge ergaulxatloiui and annotate*

PM krir guest of Mr. E. L. Wilkerson Sat Mrs. C. C. Brantley.Mr. with his grandfather C. B. Rob- them. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Baxter and meats, Bpaee) freely given and no made ..the tin: requirement

dI urday. and Mrs., G. C. Edwardswas erts. Mr. and Mra B. F. Hall of Starke children and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey being. that avch Items, reach this flOoe before Wednesday moraine
; ......... they cannot be bandied for current Issue.
1i' Miss Lula Wilkeraon was the the guest of Mrs. J. S. Andrews S were visiting Mrs. J. P. Dickinson Baxter and baby of Jacksonville,, ....

guest of Mlsaes Myrtle and Melba Sunday afternoon. Sunday afternoon. I I spent a few days here last week FOIl AUGUST 7, 1932 son of August 7 gives a fUller.

P r, Knight Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Kirkland< The Fifth Sunday Union Meeting with relatives. statement of the first four com

Mr. and Mra. Avery Knight of spent Sunday night with Mr. and< NEW RIVERs was held Saturday and Sunday at Floreus Ward of Miami attendedthe Golden Text: "Thou shalt love mandments follows:

1'' Jacksonville: were guests of his Mrs. C. C. Brantley.Mr. K .le ..... (J.... Hope Baptistchurch. Almost every funeral of his nephew Clyde the Lord thy God with all thy "The First Commandment -
FY i'i parents, Mrs. J. E. Knight Satur Charlie Brantley was the I section of the county was rep- D. Ward, which 'was held at New heart and with all thy soul and Thou shalt have no other goy

i'6 guest of Miss Gladys Brown Sat- Miss Sarah Kelley who is In resented. A very bountiful and delicious River last week. He spent a few with all thy might Deut. 6:5. before me." The Second Command.

day.Mr.. Edward Williams, Demp- urday night. at the Flagler HospitalIn dinner was spread both days hours here with his sisters Mrs.J. Lesson Text: Exodus 20: 1-11.. ment-Thou shalt not make unto

/t"" aey Knight were the guests of Mr. Miss Elise Loadholt and Miss training St. Augustine, Is spending her for the congregation. 1 D. Baxter and Mrs. M. P. Ma- Introduction: thee a graven Image." Image of

rI7' + Waver Griffis and Lloyd Wllker- Gladys Brown attended the prayer vacation at her home here. Mr. Floyd Kirkland has returned -' theny on his way home.C. Three things occurred between wood or stone, carved with knlvei

hu7 eon Sundnay. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. 8. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns were to be with his slater Mrs. F. !. C. Matheny of Madison, spent last Sunday's lesson and today's: and chisels to represent varloui

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Tyre were Andrews Wednesday night. transacting business In Starke Sat- Fender here after spending several Sunday here with his brother :M. (1)) At the first camp after leaving animals and supernatural being,

.1 guests of her parents Mr and Mr. Johnnie Prevatt waa the urday.Mr. ; days with his father in Georgia. P. Matheny. Mr. Matheny is at the wilderness of Sin the Israelites were used in heathen nations. "Nor

.; ;Mrs. J. E. Knight Sunday.Mr. guest of Mr. Charlie Brantley Sun- Joe Moody was a business Mr. and Mrs. Maintire of Jacksonville present attending summer school found no water, and< the any likeness of any thing that IB In

Harry Wilkerson Mr. Archie day afternoon. visitor in Starke Saturday. were visiting Mr. and Mrs at Gainesville.Mr. people were about to stone Moses. heaven above." Such idols representing
Wlttfeldt were guests of Mr. Wilbur !- the guestof R. M. Hersey Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Nordburg
Mrs. J. M. Hersey was Mrs. J.: E. Crews was visiting At God's direction Moses struck the sun, the moon, and
t// Knight Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Andrews Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G.' W. Sapp Satur and Mrs. H. D. May and of Orlando were visitors here last a great rock with his rod, stars.. "Or that Is In the earth be

Mr. Avery Knight was visiting Doris Gaffney was the guest of Miss Ida Hagan, were business visitors week. in the response of the people, and neath." Gods of the lower world

r in this section Saturday. Alice Brantley Saturday afternoon. day.Messrs.. Jay Moody and Andrew to Lawtey Friday. H. B. Crosby was attending to water in aboundance began to flow and of darkness. "Or that Is In the

F +.' Mr. Wilbur Knight was the Everybody is Invited to attend and Hassle Rhoden attended the Mr. and Mrs Bill Colllna of Jacksonville business in Lake City Sunday af in the camp. ((2)) At Rephldim the water under the earth." Many ancient
k i of Mr. Harry Wilkerson Endeavor next were visiting Mr and Mrs. ternoon.Mr. .
guest the young people's dance In Starke Saturday night. Amalekltes attacked Israel. Joshualed nations worshipped fishes and
1 Sunday night. Saturday night August 6, at Sax- Mr. :M. L. Johns and little C. Alford last week. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey were a small army against them other aquatic creatures. "Thou

: :Miss Myrtle Knight- was the ton. daughter, Eloise, were business Mrs. Claude May and son, of I visiting their daughters, Mrs. L. while Moses and 'Aaron and Hur shalt not bow down thyself unto

guest of Miss Lula Wilkerson visitors in Starke Monday.Mr. Hampton were visiting Mr. and A. Mints and Mrs. A. B. Crosbyof prayed.' The Amalekites were defeated them nor serve them."

Sunday night. and Mrs. J., L. Johns and Mrs. H. D. May last week. Jacksonville. They were accompanied ((3) Jethro, Moses' father- "The Third .Commandment I

rv' { Mr. Waver Griffis and Mr. Lloyd daughter, Basic and Mr. Martin Mr. T. B. Triest and Mr. James home by their little grand. in-law, came to visit Moses and Thou shalt not take the name of |

WUkersoa was the guest of Mrs. SANDY. LANE Sattler of Ralford were business Trlest were transacting business in son Glen Crosby.Mr. gave him some wise counsel about Jehovah thy God In vain.
H. Monda Saturday. ''-iw' -4g YMLorena Starke Monday afternoon. and Mrs. L. C. Crosby and
r J.- .EfCI visitors In Lake City Saturday af conserving his time and strengtHby "The Fourth Commandment |
', Mrs. E. T* Wilkerson was the Green, Cor ternoon. Mrs. A.. L. Sullivan and Mrs. S. children who have been spendinga appointing able trustworthymen Remember the Sabbath Day, to I
her daughter. Mrs. J. H. Griffith were visiting Mrs. T. few days in Greensboro with
guest of Mr. Howard Thomas was a business W. to judge the unimportant keep It holy."
:Monde Friday night and Satur Mrs Ida Sweat was visiting Mrs. visitor In Lake Butler Satur- F. Brown Tuesday. friends and relatives, returned to cases which together with: the The lack of faith In God, the
y MoUle Alvarez Thursday afternoon Services were conducted at the their home here Sunday.Mrs. .
day afternoon. important cases, were previouslyall habit of profanity the adoption of
v.. a day.Mr.. Walter and Archie Wittfeldt Don't forget church next Sat- Baptist church Saturday eveningby J.. J. Morgan and son, brought before Moses. forms of idolatry, and the disre

v were the guests of her parents one Miss Pauline Green spent Sat urday night and Sunday at 11:00: Rev. McGauley of Brooker A Clarence and C. C. Melvin were attending We must keep In mind that the gard of the Sabbath are all of
' day last week. and Sunday with Mildred large crowd attended and the service to business in Starke Mon- in in
i urday night o'clock at the Christian church at Hebrews had been slavery great Injury to the cause of God
rh'k t j,: ? Mrs. L. D. Prevatt and Mrs. E. Sanders. Long Bridge. Everybody Is Invited was enjoyed very much. day.Mrs. Egypt for several generations. Un- and to moral society.

I+n, TM. Wilkerson were guests of Mrs. Mrs. Crls. Yarborough and Mrs. to attend. Mr. A. L. Sullivan was a business L. W. McDonald and little der these circumstances their activities Profanity is so common in America
Ida Prescott Thursday and Friday. Mary Harnage were the guests of visitor to Starke Monday. son of Greensboro are spending a regulated -
Mr. Carl Wynn, who has a position were quite closely that It has been called "The
+.' w Mr. Waver Grlffla and Lloyd evening. Mr. and Mra A. R. Marwlck and few days here with her sister Mrs.
' Mrs. E. E. Green Friday in Georgia Is spending two 'I and restricted. With no literature great American sin," "Profanity
f' t Wilkerson were visiting Mr and Mr. and< Mrs. Leon Conner and weeks at home with his family family of Ft. Myers are enjoyingthe H. B. Crosby. of their owa" and with only Is a sign of impoverished thought,

?i ''r :Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Sunday children spent Sunday with Mr here. summer' days at Hamilton's I' O. E. Fowler met friends in such knowledge of God as had Lord Byron remarked of an acquaintance
Clemons. at' Crystal Lake.SAXTON. Jacksonville for a short visit last
F, morning.Mr. and Mrs. W. C. .- Camp been handed down by word of 'He knew not what to
and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt Newmans was the guestof Wednesday.Mr. .
Mr. L. 1 1I mouth from one generation to the say and he swore.; We are told of
were visiting her parents, Mr. and Mildred Sanders Sunday after and Mra. R. M. Gainey Mrs. next it is easy to see how little Laurence Oliphant's father that he

;; '; Mrs. E. L. Wilkerson Sunday after. BOATDRAIN A. J... Pinholster Miss Lubedia was their understanding of God, 'got Into the of using bad

noon. noon.Mrs.. Llnnle Carr l and Bertie Plnholster were visiting in Jack and how greatly they must have way
e Miss Cherry Barren,, Car.Mr I words for want of something to
Norman were visiting Mrs. E. E ; Miss Viola Tyler Cor. sonville Sunday. been Influenced by the Idolatrous say: Our Lord supplemented Oils

I. Green and family Saturday afternoon I Olan Hazen of Pahokee, was attending practices around them and which commandment most helpfully when
and Mrs. Ralph Gainey, to business here Thursday
had literally been Imposed
EVERGREEN Mr. O. T. Nelson attended to upon be said solemnly: 'I say unto you
Onie Green was the guest Lizer and Frank Harrell I
Miss Cherry
business In Starke Saturday. them. If we remember this religious that for every idle word that men
Mr. F. A. Roller C.r. 'of Miss Nellie Green Sunday. spent Sunday afternoon with :Mr. Miss Flonnie Fredell has movedto PRESBYTERIAN unpreparedness. It will helpto shall speak, they shall give account

Miss Lorene Green was visiting and Mrs.Carl Anders. explain some of Israel's moods. in the day of judgment.."

s; I < Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and daughter Miss Mildred Sander Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mra. Dan Boree and Miss Plant Frances City. Shuford of Lawtey Services Sunday August 7, as I The first word from the Lord to In speaking of the Sabbath PelI

Luclle, of Jacksonville, were E. E. Green is getting readyto children of Jacksonville spent Saturday attended church at Saxton Saturday follows: Israel at Sinai was to remind them oubet says "Necessary work Is not|

f+/" visiting her mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier saw shingles.The night and Sunday in Starke night. 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. S. that he bad brought them out of forbidden."

:. Sunday. people of this section sure with friends and relatives.Mr. Miss Dorothy Swanbom was the Williams acting supt Egypt, and that if they would "The main reason why many do
and J. Q. Rosier were are glad of the good rains, and are Marvin Green of Miami Is 11 a. obey him and keep his covenant because
t J. E., B. E. guest of Miss Jennie Tyler Sunday m. Morning worship, sermon not observe the Sabbath is
visitors to Starke Friday. all busy setting out sweet potatoesand spending a while In Starke with afternoon. by the pastor. they would become a treasure unto they do not work hard enough dur

d ,' Ii Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews spent berry plants. friends and relatives.Mr. IL D. Starling of Heilbronn 7 p. m: Christian Endeavor. Top. him above all people "a kingdomof ing the week to get their tasks

I+is Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Mlssjs Pauline Green and Mil Taylor of Hampton was a Springs, was the guest of Elbert ic, "How Does Nature Speak to Us priests and a holy nation." The out of the way. They desecrate
dred Sanders attended the dance visitor In Starke Sunday. About God?" "all that the Lord then to
:Morgan.Mr. Tyler and H. D. Starling were the people replied the Sabbath by attending
and Mrs. J. D. Peele and at Starke Saturday nightBOOTSEY'S Cherry Harrell spent Saturday guests of Winton Sumner Sunday. I 8 p. m. Union service at the Baptist hath spoken we will do." postponed < duties, or

;1 A children were visiting Mr. and S night with her sister Mrs. Ralph Miss Mary Mott and Lossle Anderson church. The Reverend G. P. In these lessons for August 7th spoil It by worrying over them and

c Mrs. R.' S. Rosier Sunday evening.Mr. Gainey. of Hellbronn Springs' attended Raymond will be the speaker. and 14th we study the ten com dreading the accumulation of
and Mrs. A. M. Gllsson spent
and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and Mr. church at Saxton Sunday. A cordial Invitation to all our mandments. In today's lesson we tasks they must face on the mor
BEACH with her Mra. Jim-
children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sunday Misses Jennie and Viola Tyler services extended to all. study the first four and the oth- row."
1 Allen and family.
Shelton Sapp at Sapp Sunday. I" Ga."'." Oe... Mrs. Mollie Harrell and son, attended church Sunday morning.Mr. ers next Sunday.A But. the desecration of the Sabbath
Mitch Edwards of Starke was a Tuesday morning J. A. Tyler is very ill at SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS short aummary of the ten Is destroying that oldest of
Carswell, spent .
a business visitor here Sunday af this writing. We wish him a commandments Is given opposite our religious and moral instltutlona.
Mrs. C. E. Crawford is very 111 at Mrs. F. R. .Coleman's.We
ternoon. that Mrs. speedy recovery. 5. What kind of church would page 270 of Tarbell's teachersguide .
her mother- are to report
at the home of sorry
q here Crawford. Her Prevatt Is sick but. hope Mrs. W. A. Tyler 'was the guestof He thus be able to present to Himself : "1. Worship God Exclusive The Sabbath gives us time to
in-law, Mrs. R. N. Lugene Mrs. W. R. Swanbom Sunday af- T "That He might present to ly. 2. Worship God Spiritually. 3. think, to rest our bodies and our
she will recover.
her soon
friends wish a speedy
many ternoon.Mr. Himself 4. Reverance God's Day.' B. Honor minds and associate with the
HAMPTON There will be church at China a glorious church not hav- ,,
recovery. Crockett Sumner attended Parents. 6. Commit no Murder. 7. Lord.
ing spot or wrinkle or such
Misses Qlo Elnora and Lois Grove Sunday morning and eve any
.. Cor. church at Saxton Sunday night. Commit no Adultery. 8. Commit no :--
MUe A Iflmeie Sunday ning. Everybody welcome at thing; but that it should be holy ---
Futch of Greenwood spent Mr. Buck Starling of Hellbronn and without blemish." Verse 27. ''I'Theft. 9. Bear no False Witness. Effort being made to have cureteliminated |
Frankie Lou
here the guest of Miss between "
Hampton public school opened Springs attended church here Saturday 10. Covet not"Peloubet's on Road No.
Murrhee. S 8. In the experience of sanctifl-
Select Notes for les- Winter Garden and Ocoee.
with than one nightRev. i
Monday more
g Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hllllard and cation, what attitude must one assume -
1 hundred pupils In attendance. Tneschool children of Woodlawn were visiting THERESSA Kirkland was visiting Mr. toward the truth T "God NOT!rcaflowing

i building Is not entirely completed Mr. and Mrs,R. N. Crawford Sun I I O. T. Nelson Monday. hath from the beginning chosen Notice In hereby fflven that the toat described land will he Bold
a' but the weather being favorable Elbert Tyler was visiting Winton 1 S2. It belnr'
you to salvation through sanctification public auction nn the FIRST MON DAY IN SEPTEMBER. ad-
and day. Him Mhe4a Cela-ler. Car. Sumner Monday. the 6th day of aid month before the Courthoum Door at Sturke In Br
the teachers pupil
Miss Willis Mae Reddish spent Todd and of of the spirit and belief of the ford county, State of Florida or no much will be "" 'JXjl
; are comfortable, and as snug as a Sunday at Woodlawn the guest of Mrs. Jim family truth." 2 The a. 2i ,13. to pay the amount due for taxes e bug In a rug. They are located The 4-H Club boys held a meetIng Brooker spent Saturday night with the coet of such sale and advertl-lnr. C. A. N
Rosier. 7. What instruction T
: her cousin Miss Aleene shows that
and social at the home of Mr. Mra. Sumner. ...
The her daughter, A. A. *: '
In their respective places. Iva HIlliard of Woodlawn spent sanctification Is a progressivework 1 I>*--erlptlo, See T. R. A. Owner *
ss following teachers are In charge; here the guest of Thelma and Mrs. W. W. Packham There la a Sunday school at Sax- ? "But .grow In and in a<4 of NWH of 8Wl4 ___85 4 11BW 20 N. a. Hayei. Jr. -.---. tilt>)
i Professor L. H. Futch, principal; Sunday day. County Agent Dyer and family ton church every Sunday at ten grace % of BWVi ___ -______86 a 111 40 N. Q. Hayes, Jr. .-. ..- -
Gaskins. the knowledge of our Lord and NEI4 of of I
Interest NKVi N54 BE\\
first assistant, Mrs. Blanche Ed- Misses Geneva and Juanita Hll were present. Many o'clock. Come and bring your Savior Jesus Christ." 2 Peter 3:18.: of NEVj __---- _________ 1 1 19 .0 C.I. Crews ._____ .- fl'4l
wards of Starke second, Mrs. ing games and tricks were played. friends. Stt' of KV4\ of NEVi NVS ro
I. llard were visiting Miss Frankie Cake and lemonade was served See chapter 157.: of 8EV1,:! ?________ 1 7 10 100 tJ. Crew ----.
Nathan Prevatt, of Starke; third Lou Murrhee Sunday afternoon.Mr. 8. What description of the apostle '81 yIoof SKH ____________ 7 19 SO Geneva. Harrell YlN T.9.II".
and 1i
which was very delicious re- W _
Miss Cleone Saxon of Hampton; NWVI of NEW 7, 19 20 Geneva HarrellSO
and Mrs. W. R. Kersey. Mrs. freshing. Some of the out of town Paul's experience Is in harmonywith NEW of NB* A KH: Of
t ; fourth Mrs. L. H. Futch of Hamp S. Yarborough and son Charnie, Mrs. BROOKER this? "Brethren I count not NWVi of NK>4 _____--11 7 19 Mrs. Buts Harrell :-"*
Y and guests were: Mr. and Roy NWI4 of NW,. __________It 7 19 40 J. W. gurrency -- 61 11
and C.
ton.Mr.. and Mrs. J. Pursley were Roudolph Chlsm R. Dennison and son, of Waldo. Mr. Ml. Yera dale,, C.... myself to have apprehended: but NEYE% of NW4.U! 7, 19 160 M. O. Harrell ---
Harley Keen. Jr.. of Vanderbilt and Mrs. Ed Prevatt and little this one thing I do, forgettingthose B\Of of NWVI of HKV4' A
transacting business InVblt.. of EJ3-4 of NE'A of
were visiting friends here Sunday and Misses Anne and things which are behind and __ Se.N9o '
daughters, \ l! 19st4 83 V. 1 Harrell
last first. 7 -
Springs Monday. August Captain and Mrs. W, W. Ward.1f.f..OOJRK ot4NWld
afternoon. Willie Mae Thorntonof Starke and reaching forth unto those things of SEt 4 k ay.ot .
Mrs. Ralph Green and children, n i of NEVi o? NWVi
John Chesser which
Mr. E. W. Rosier. Marwlck of Ft are before. I press towardthe .
Dorothy A
SH-4 of SW8122A
And Miss Erma Green all of Miami "
and Misses Beadle and Bertice Gas- Myers. Everyone reported an enjoyable mark of the prize of the high of S'YJA of WVl ______12 7 19 Guy J Harrell --- lJJ!.'
are visiting Miss Krma'agrandmother kina attended the union meeting at calling In Christ Jesus." PhiL 3:13, KU of NKV4 of NEW ___, ,12 7 18 20 1. W. PlnholHter, Jr. 1
evening.Remember NKVt of SE<4 ft. all SEVi ofNh.y.
Mrs. I. J. Priest. tt"fl
y Yellow Water Friday and Saturday : Christian Union next c F 14. a of road 1 20cF 62 O. B. Moody _---
W. H. Maxwell of Jacksonville, 4l SWV. of NWU A1VV4
nights.Mr. 7:45., 9. By what Is this cleansing from '
visited his mother Ida Max. I Sunday evening at : of HWVi A NV4 of
and Mrs. L. J. Norman and Mr. W. W Packham and son, sin and fitting for God's service 8WV4 of SWU -- 1 1 20 80 M. H. Moody ____ tt\<\l"'
jvell last Sunday. daughter. Cleo, spent Sunday at William were business visitors to accomplished T "For If the blood of stl4 of NB'/ CVi of SE'IA !
eP Mrs. J. P. Sullivan attended the Mr. and NWVi ot HEVi A N<4 ofWV4
Rosedale with her parents, bulls and goats and the ashes of
i fifth Starke Monday.Mrs. of 8E! 4 e-: 1 A In
of the New
Sunday meeting Mrs. R. C. Griffis. W. M. Bender and childrenof an heifer sprinkling the unclean. SB cor for school A 4 A 4T! '
.I jl River Association/ which convenedat 1 for road __ 2 20 F. Merrltt _
:Mr. J. M. Rosier of Woodlawn, sanctlfleth to the 6 175 R. -
Theressa last and Earlton were visiting her parents purifying of the NWVi of SES A all 1944 of
I, was visiting friends here Sunday Mr. and Mrs M. Hall Sunday McreWennen! Now Do flesh: how much shall the blood of SKVv sw14 of public road II"
; all of 8F.14 N of l'f:
afternoon.We Christ who the '
A. McDonald and family of afternoon. Insurance through eternal Branch ______11 209Wi4 70 Mr J. P. Dowlln
are very sorry to report Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kauffman and Buying! apltir offered Himself without spotto of N13V4, d oll SBVlof "

y' Mandarin McDonald's are mother the guests Mrs.of Elsie Mrs. R. N. Crawford on the sick list I slater, Miss Florence Bender and God. purge your conscience from Branch NKU.W_ _of__McKInney_______11 t II ES N. O. Moody _.-- }}lf
this week. We wish him a speedy I Mr. Buddy Heath of Gainesville. dead works to nerve the living NW' of NWVi\ -----U 20 40 a. W. Bapp _--- /JoJIS
Sparkman. recovery.Mr. lift hrs.wfl to women aflew God. Heb. 9:13.: 14. See also chapter NE'4 of NI I4 N of By --__15 1 20 O. W. Sapp _______
Mr. Guy Pllcher of Lawtey. butt :were vlsltlny relatives here Sunday rt"po..ibilicr-that of sFl, of BWft ----------- 1 a 20 40 T. B. ErtwartJe ti
E. J. Roberts of Lawtey ,afternoon. purchuing Inanra.waInttincti.ely 10.29. Nl* of 8WU of SEVi\<\ -- -22 20 20 Hannah William .
formerly of our town, was visiting spent Friday here the guest of 10. What la thus SEU of N\VVi ex 1"J.. in NTS "'"
I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and little change
F 4, friends here this week. : a woman baa aft apprt- Cor for Church _-_---$$ !0' 2 _B. J. A J. F. K, .II"y
n.. x 1 .r friends. I daughter Ruth and Mrs. Brown can?,01"viltMi and chosen quality! about? "And be not conformed to Tract Blk 4 New Rlv.r In
and Mr. Walter Sibley of Rising fin insurant*.. protection tor Jpropmy. bar this world but be ye transformedby k:4 ol NE of Sea. 22 A "1

I were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. at die Th<.art t-araoal facto, the renewing of your mind, that Praci' Blk ofN a NewRiverin$4 1 20 WlUIns Bros.--
I1ARTSBVRG GRAHAM 'Youngblood Sunday afternoon. utufcawni a bom ye may prove what Is that good KM of NEi' of Seo 21 AV& IC
I wt.r garv.e. \ of ---------24 20 Wiggins Bl'o" -'
I Cottage prayer meeting was .......... a rIw and acceptable and perfect will of t ot. 1 6 of Bl'k i New River
; Miss Virginia Brantley Cor. MUe Ellea ....._.. Or. held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. WI",.m'*-* arwa Cod. Rom. 12:2. in KH" of NEW of Bee 15
** /ads 23 W3 _____
A of NWVt\ 24 ( 20 Wieglna Bl'o" -
M. Hall last Wednesday evening.A 11. Can anyone boast of sinless-
d Lot. 2 4 I 9 10 12 of Blk S
Misses Nettle Ruth and Marie John Surrency attended churchat [' large crowd attended and it was HAROLD C. WALL ness? "If we say that we have no New River In EV4 of NBV4 H
Starling of Hellbronn all. U Invited sin deceive ourselves and the of Sec 22 A.WV. of NWU-24 1 20 Allen Porter -
Springs Hope Sunday. enjoyed by Everyone INSURANCE we l_>t. I 10 11 if of Blk 9
i I' were the guests of Miss Ruth George Prescott of Ziff was visiting to attend prayer service at truth is not In us." 1 John 1:8.: New River In BVi of NK 4 JJ
Brantley STARKE FLORIDA ..f iii.... 23 WH of NW\4 24 20ot -... Wiggins Brow -
; lntternoon4bf'
rt Sunday Fred Johnson Saturday night the home of Mr. S. R. Swindell (Continued) .. 2 4 of Blk B New Rlv-
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About T A In 8E ('or of
that of SWI of nI: WH of NWH -----34 I .0 Allen Porter .__.__ 1.09
EVe NEuB of
.land In 't NEW & BEl% of Blk II New River. In TH]" ot
& In SEIA .f8m\4 NEV4. ex platted lands. In ..i,.f1' NE14ofSac31&W1tofNW1e The Standard Oil ;
Soul bounded 10 Ill' Lln- NW Cor '" 8W14 of NE ,4 .,
land :; r" <, 20 Wlgglns Bros. ____ '.U
ele Wlliams bl n: N 11I0 ft &: e. beg 11I0 .01. I 41 l"7 S I 1 folTll'of14
yuguela &: 8 by .'I ..,..'., e'w'w J. +'j fR, layaFr ft B!I of NW Cor of SW",. .:.# ., Blk 13 New River. In K:'4 Tire Guaranteed
& W by My.r. ; Df NEI% &: run S 169.8 tt '
Hall A ___________hU 7 SI 18 8.:'R.-Johni.....:.._._ 11.IS E 1484 ft thenc. ,; of NBH of S.013&W34 ,
com II 70 ,.da N of BW Cur .'., .,' a" .. 213.7 ft W 1862 ft to ,, Lot of NWU 1845478- -_*.-10-.-11-34 I ao WI..lna Bros ., _... .11 One Pear'

of SW'4 of NE14, A 2U run yda E beg & Eft of NW'4 of ,;,,t.\> 11 of Blk 14 New, River In
tb.n".N .
123 yde Tei to ditch N85% 8W -------38 I It IS r..url..e C Clemons ".11 R'4 of NRH of Sec 33 A I

thence mora or III along* ditch t. :N'ir.oof SEli i--i 51S-o34 I 11 40 W. E. Norman _.__?_ IUl I Lots Wfa: I of 8 10 NWH lilt.of__Ilk_... 16.14 I 10 Wiggins Bros. __ f.OI *ma ) 14 f +; s,

al>Out snout 180 ft thence :' '. ,. of S v. -- ---- I 4 It ..1MalleI.. Alvares New, River In BH of NR% u
ditch 100 ___ n.n r S
!NS' : along W said 300 yd* to ,' 8... 0' 85514 ot-NIC',4ik N 1. of Sec 33 A W. of NW W14 9 It Wltilne Bros. .. 1,11
NWK of & NE
fl thence SE'4 \\f Blk 14 .x lot 8 New RiverIn

poet thence of NBH N to N thence lln* of 8E4-- -_ II It 8ft W. R.. Ital.lop _____. 4.1. KH" of Nt-H of Bo S3ft Frigidaire

of" NWH NW Cor of ald SE14! of SI 14 --__r.A I II t 80 Emplr. Lumber. \0. ____ ".114 WH\ of NWH -----14 I 10 wlgglns Bro.. a ___ .1&
W to % ------___ 4 9 11 40 Empire Lumber Co. _._ 11.71 Lot I of Blk tit New RiverIn y I
!''IW\o\4 of NBH thence 810yde ,j _, NE'!! & BE'" of SE'4 & KH of NBH of 80 IS -

ol s lf..A' ;; ; T-24 InSW 7 It 40 F. J. Horn _____ SO 83 wli, of flE'4 & E14 of A. WH of NWH __34 I It Jes.Ie Mathle ____ ..1& the three year puar ;
NE4 W-------- 8 9 It 440 Em"lra Lumber Co. __.118.54 All Blk. 17 18 1$10 31 33S3
Cor& 4W44of8W14 E ; 9 I 11 80 E. :m. Norman _._____ 33,64 New River In BH" of "
lees 1 A "ofBE Cor -._,z1ll 'f It 75 W. H. Hall -_______ IS." w1of NW'4 of '" NEW of Sea S3 A WH of anted electric refrigerator
EW of NEV & 85 S of NE'4 &--t-{ Itf NWH ___ ____
-- -- S4 8 SO Wiggins Dro. __._ '.U
"f NEW ----- --" 'f It 10 Mr. Addle ;Hall ._._.__ 23.02E NW &: SW'4 of & Lot 1 of Blk 14 New River
W of NE4 Ji { 8514 .. 1 NE* of 8W", 81{ of In- BH of NBU of Sea 33A +
:: In NE LOr of NW'4 of SW &: NW'4 of BE4- 4 It 140 WH of NWH .24
Lumber 6 39 Mrs
Empire Co. ".11 Phl1llp. I.U
___-.26 7 11 21 Mr.. Orac NEW ?
Kinney ___ &18W4 9o NW\4 of NEW .It Lot 1 S of Blk 11 New
--"--;;-- ----37 7 11 110 Cha Foreman ..__ 4..11r & E14 of 8W'4 ofNW1 River In BH] of NKH of by'

y:,4! of AW0 SW14 & ESt -------------10 9 11 II Frank Thomas ___ 11.11 Beo S3 A, WH of NWH __34 4 30 Wlgglns Bros. _._ 1.09.
of SW'4'l ; _- ;;--19 7 21 100 Cha. Foreman __... SSES ot NW'4 of NE.N I way..", All Blk S5 ... lot 1 New For tale
sW'4 of o. NE14 E ofRy A of WY.. of 8W'4.of .' River In BH of NBH of Sec

7 SI 8 R. B!. Surreney ...._._._, '.17 N5'4&, I A of E4of 'J' 83 A W% of 24 4 10 wltgln Bro. ___ I.U
IKWH "of SBH"A"s"EH""of':5fWH 8514 of NW" Lot I 9 10( 11 ofNw14ik9t
; --- 10 8 21 ao Frank 11'. Tho"a. ____ 10.11
____"__ --19 7 SI 10 Cha.. Foreman .. ___ II." N1. of NW'4 .. NW>i o2 N.w River In BH of NBH' \

: A NH of ST9P1, E", of Nw"%4 -----10 4 21 .0 E. E. Norman __.___ 11,21 of Sea S3 A WH of NWH-14 4 10 WI..ln. Dro. __.__ 1.01 .
7 2 A for church ____SOWM 7 SI 158 N..1. Darts ________ 61.65 BW4( of ElE'4 of NW'/1 & Lot. 1 2 S 7 9 11 of Blk 27 Smith's Service -
> of NBH e..: 7 A in SW'4 of NW'4 .. NW4.. of New River In BH\ of NBH

RJIJ Cor ---------2! 7 21 S3 Cha Foreman ..... 10.SS NE of BW14 & NW" of of Sea 22 A W% of NWI4\ 24 t SO Wiggins Dr". __ I."

'W'4 of SE _,.TAT.rBW"ror BWI oWf_ ---- 0 11 too w. C. Ward __._____ 21.74 Lots I S 573 10 11 18 ISof
ft EH of NBH.of' 8W'4 8W'4 ------10 I 11 40 Empire Lumber Co ___ 1I.T1 Blk I* New River In Station s:
!!IW'4 lens I A A Wli of Wy4 0' NE'4 of SE'% &: KH] of NEH of Beo SS A 4

NEW of 8E'4 ______15 7 SI 70 A. C. Hall _?.__.-. 18." of 8514 & F of }IW\4 on WH of NWH .-------94 6 20 WI g[Ina Dro. ____._ I.U ,;
w4 of NW'4"' 514 of 8E&NWydof8E34&N54 Lots 1 I B of BIkI* NewDrorrlptlnn

NW" 0' NW _____15 7 It 60 Mrs. J. P. Dickinson __._ 17.92 of SWK _._..11 I 11 180 W. :r. n.u.h.rt" ".81 In NBU of ,

1'4': ot NW'4 ----___ 4 II 40 Tansy C. Wilkinson __. 12.10 Etr 0'NI'J' % of 8514It '1 It 10 H. M. feRae _?__... '.17 Sea S3 A. PJ1tOf NWH_14 I 10 Allen Porter ______ 1,09 Starke, Fla. I' i
E% of SW14 & NW'4 ofsEof NW", of 8W% --------.-- 6 21 40 H. M. McRae ___,. 11.11 Lot 11 of River
___11 4 II 80 Mr*. H. F. Redding .... 7.13 11 A In NE 'or of BW\4 of ? In BH of N""of i Sea 22 .
lrV Ngpi( \ otwU NW & 814 ot NW'4 of A WH of NWH _
: { -------34 1 10 Wlc.ln. Dro. _____. 1.0.
I PiE'4I: BEH of } & NW ______.._11 I 11 as W. H. Norman __.__. 1'.u All Blk SI ex Lot 148 !
W* of NW'* 8H _-?14 4 22 560 B. S. Avant ._________.181.81 SE\4\ 0 951" ---_____i3 I 11 eo .John Tyson ____ l1.ft New, River In KH of NBH NOTirMIn tlj;
lit of NWH _______14-I 4 28 40 Lawtey state Bank __ IS.90 1'1 1611 yds &, W as yd.. ofNE'4 of Sea S3 A WU of NWH -14 8 SO WI aln. Bros. ____._ 1,11 Circuit Court Bradford County r,4, ,
..14 of NBH of NWH 2 I 23S3 20 Mr*. N. T. Rltch _..__ '.n of 4 It 10 M. L. Lewis __._._. 6,97 Lot 1 of Blk 83 New RiverIn Florida. In Chancery, 1
VU of NEW -______*__10u II 40 W. L. Orlffl __.___ 13.90 NW% of NW------1\ $ 8 11 40 Jobn Tyson. __?__ 11.11 KH of NBH of Sea 13 Ella Harden 4 5

of Lot 9 In Woodlawnl0 I sa 5 Carl Becker ._._____ IUI BW'4 of 85.% --_________ 6 11 .40 Isaac Dell .w-_ _____ 11.11 A. WH\ of NWH --. .14 I SO AII..n Porter ____._ 1.011 Complainant. .P
hat 29 In Woodlawn .... ..11 I 23ta 10 Arthur R. Snyder _____ 11.99 BE'4 of NW 14 & NW% of Lote 11 of Blk 83 New filvRlver V.. i
M 1' In Woodlawn __11 II 10 D. W Starling ___ 11.41 NEU4 or .r In KH of NPH of Sea Tollan Harden t

g AlII 14 39 In Woodlawn _11 I 23 10 Fred I.. Conner ____._ 8,14At. NWI4 of SWV lWN"t... of 22 A WiZ of NWH ---_-34 4 SO Wiggins Bros. ...__ t." Defendant.Xrrr .
53 54 In Woodla..n __11 I 22 SO W. J. Wllkerion ___? 1.14 I'IW'40'' SWH -----.::---13 6 21 110 Walter Underbill _._ SS.73 All Blk 83 ex Lot New < of r.-"..4IOM '
'W\4\ of NE6. & NEW of SBH of N&H less 1 A for River In BH of NBH Of It appearing by affidavit duly : r

IIW"" & all NW'4of cemetery __-is 8 21 29 Frailer Kelley ., _IS.01 Beo S3 A, WS4 of NWH---24 I 10 WigIns Dro.. ____ 9,80 filed/ on behalf of complainant In
IIW\4\ F. of state road 1111 I 211 14 Frank A. Sweaty _____ .0.61 NEW i of SEW 4k ',f't : Lot of lllk ill New RiverIn the above entitled cause that the defendant -

.,1 0' NW\4\ of BW'4 --2I 6 21 10 A. A. Qu.nt.n ______ 11.90 m.f :rV U 6 SI 80 Walter Underhill __ 11.53 BH of NP'4 of Sao. 33WH Tollan Harden I I" over the
..q of W\\ of SW'4 of iW1--of-Nii: : r- \ "f NWH\ --------S4 I 20 Allen Porter _.____... I.U Kite of 21 year: and that his 1a '

NEW ____________18 I U 10 Mae B. Wells _.__.__._ 11.11 NI'J'.4' 01 8it Of N: .U I 21 SO E. C. Lewi ___.______. I 83 All Blk 43 ex Lot IS New unKnown and that there !le ( rt/,
.01111841314111&11 8% of 8W% J4. E% River In KH\ of NEW of no person In the stab of Florida.

1819 80 8t sa as 84 II IeH of SEW r" NE% Sea S3 A WH of NWH' --34 1 10 Wlgglns Bros .___ 1.1t nervlf of aubpoena upon whom 'p
U 41 48 60 II It In of NKH' of SWH A NWH All Elk 44 ex Lote S 8 4 5 I would bind said defendnnti It I. ore I 1 '

Woodlawn -11 1 21 180 S. W. Baker .___.____103.18 of SBH __-----14 8 21 80 H H. Lewis. __*_.___ __ 24 44 7 8 New Illver In K14 of dared that this order of publlratlon. ?'
.ot IS In Woodlawn18 I II 10 Unknown __.-_ &.41 SH of SH'4;) -... I 21 80 Minnie Phillip .-___ 83.54 NEW( of Sco13&Wytof\ and the following notice to nppoar ;,
yof Lots 79& Lob 930In BV4 of NWv L& SWH. of"NBH NWH' ------- --34 I 20 WlulRII TIrol", ,____ 1.11 he published. once a week for four

Woodlawn .. 11 1U\ ao Chu. Dlnkln. .____ 11.18 A. SWH -20 ft 11 SAO Minnie Phillip _____ 15.18 All Blk I ill ex. Lots 2834 consecutive. week In Bradford
W\4\ of IIW% of 8E%, _.--11 I II 10 8. Cline ____._____ 1.41 NE'4 of BEI4 ---.-------!! 8 31 40 C. B. Satterwhlte ....._ 11.71 7 New Itlver In 1'114" of County Teleirraph a newspaper of
:,y of PEW\ of NE'4 _----14 I II 110 Morris Mayer _____ 10.88II W'>40 0' BE'4 & Wye. of NE'4nl NRH of Sao 23 & of irener.l; :i I Florida:? \ d inllradford
NWH __24 6 10 Wiggins Bros. 1 county, and duly
__ I.U
WOo of -- -
SEI4 of SE'4 ---- ft II 21 90 H. L. *. J. L.
Ry _____________-.14 1 21 80 '1'. T, Blackburn _____ 13.119Alliin NWH' BE'E -- .. -- 0 810 E. L. Bls _Underhill...___.____.11.81 NW\4 of 5W---------'4 ________.__.24WH I ao 40 101,... W. H. Purcell ____ to.U qualified for the publication of ]le.attice
Woodlawn _____14 I aa It J. S. Starling _____ 1.41I. Lot la 1 of Blk 31 Crosby"Lake 11.71 NW14 of N141'4 __________8" A 10 40 T. H. Fdward.: ________ 11.81 *, towltt I
12 13 It 2& In Wood- Shore. In SBH in \ ) of fJW'4' _-_ _. .-______1of a 10 80 t. N. Newell ________ 11.75 TIm STATE' OF FLORIDA to Tol-

lawn _U I U 40 E. L. Biggs ____ U.Bl See 24 A NBH of -------26 8 31 T. M. Stephen __._ 4 Lon of BHH) ____ __ 211 6 10 110 r. N. Newell _____ 11.1 Ian Harden!
I II In Woodlawn& BH of NWH & SWH of 01 2 ft NW Lot IT?_.RI S ao 110 Mr. L. A. (treed___ 43.93 You are hereby notified that. *ulkha .r

NW\4\ 0' 8WII. of BroU. I II .0 Mae B. Wells _.____ H.BS NWH -------!9 fI 21 120 :Jasper. Brown ______ 14 14 $16\ 0' Lot 11 ..___________Sl 9 10 40( Mu. L. A. Green _____ 18.9f been brought against. you In the is xa
.ot 13 In Woodlawn ___._14 6 II 10 Ch. Dinkins ___ H.08I" 8EH of vEy I 21 40 W. H. Smith ..____ 11.70Lolt' Lift 12 ___--_________IIWH A 10 Nn it. H. Green _________. $993 rlrcult' court for Bradford County k
}Ala' 10 It In Wnodlawn _.14 I n 20 J. A. Aaperlll'r"n _____ 11.08 Sub Dlv F of L'iiiiitZ9 of BWH, _____________32 8 10 10 RI 1(. Green ____?__ 1I.TO Florida I In chancery, 'by: Ella Harden. ?
___ 11.08 RampHon City flF1% of NEW' -.u. A 10 40 Nllsa: Wilson _____.__ 14.70 wherein the complainant eeek 9
Lot 4B ht Woodlawn ___-H I n 10 Ch. Dlnkln. ------ 4 7 SI James Kit ......._ UIBlfcttl1 and '
'ISIS 15 15 32 In Woodlawn15 I 21 ao D. L. Rllfaby _______ 11.77 3 of Blk 17 Sampson f 8f.: A BH of N54--------3* 0 10 140 1'"plr.: Lumber Co. 8038 divorce, you are hereby re.

Lots U 81 In Woodlawn __15 I U 21t R. C. Orllfle ______ 11.08 _-___ 4 .7 SI James Kit. ___ IS.00 NW\4\ of NBH: ___________ t T 20 40 Rid 'Ir. Lumber Co. __ __ U.71t quired to with. the. clerk of said 59
--- court (
S"+ of Lot 61 In Wood- in ri end'of Sampson j NW'4 --__ _?__---. I T 10 100( M. JI' & Lawrence your bye appearance personally "

lawn. -i5 I 12 I A. IC. Toroeeln ___ 8.63Leta City ex a strip 80 ft :4 Wiggins ._.__ 18.1' or attorney) In eald suit (
21 '26 Hi( In Wood: wide ---s:_________ 4 1 11 Mr. Josephln Hall __ B.BH NWt,4 nf NWH __________. 8 7 10 to W. H. Und",8" ___ __ 1470 on ri.hDt"I! : Monday In September said ,,4 q
of ___ ____ A being the 5lh day .of ,
NKH NWWHM 5 7 10 .....
of 40 Mrs. t. A. a N
& __ 14.10 \ 8 7 21 40 Ur..n __ 14.10 o
lawn _____18 II II 40 Prlngl..y 1I10..I.y sJ1\4W.I1 4FJ0'8 W. I. Deavr 12.70 and file A +
month thereafter to with
Lot 2ii In 'Wondlawn __..16 6 112 10 Waldo Pringle ____ 8.99 \ NBH A i.i' .tr------ of Lot 13 nfLot ---.. 7 i 10 10( Mrs 1Ianl. Mot ______ 14.10 (the said. clerk written defenses. {
S A In HID Cor 11 A your
Lots 4 13 In Woodlawn __-16 5 II 10 A. no Bowd.n ______ 11.08 ft SWH. of NBH A Sl.Viof .+a It to the bill of oomplalnt Inaahl '
Lot 82 In WOlldlawn _--.10 5 II 10 N. L. Starling ________ 7.53 NWH\ _________ 7 1 11 200 Empire Lumber Co. U.83 18 1.2AInSWCorofLotI any milt at the time/ pre.crlhed/ bylaw '. r
tots In _18 1 23 20 Mn. Daley Prlnde! __ tUOWoodlftwn RW", of HWH _______ 9 T 21 40 I* 1... Loach ,..... _____ 18.70 A In 8B 'Cur of"NEH:"ot T 7 20 8 Bradford County Dank USf'W Herein fall not or judgment ;
.l4 "Wt' _____ .__
of NWH _
Lot Lot 0-T NEW -- 9 7 at 40 H. J. 1I1I1II.ano __ 11.70 .
\ __ _____ 8 will be entered: aalnt you by do.fe
_______17 I II 1IIr.: 1'1.' Sapp. Sr. _:___ ..4! Dlbt;; ---.-.__---__ 10 7 21 160 Iloir A Porter .:.____ 48,71 !] ot55< '4-less- road __ 7' 10 1 trnknjwn _, r _,10 +
Ally Thede
8 aide sat 8NH l' ao at n. n. .___ _.__ 11.44
A on of SEVi Witness
1aU 7 S In Woodlawn .--.17 I 28 20 Resale S..pp _____ 11.08 7 of of TOCom ? my hand and the seal of t
Idol 29 In Woodlawn ____11 II 28 10 Margaret L. Thompson 4.99 NBH __________10 7 21 7 T. L. Craig ______ I A BWH 8WH ex .. 8 7 10 1T Raid court at 8larke, Bradford county 't
IIIr.. Dan I. '
1I10tt F
Lol. 13 20 & Nit of Lot NW'4 of NEW & SH Of ., at"NK"cor""f"H'ww"KWW ____ 9,13 of 4
Flnrldn this
lit day August
of ,
IIn Woodlawn _18 II 21 85 W. M. Reddish ____ 11.18 NEW\ A I: SWH\ of SKH __II T 21 140 Jama Klte_ ___ 40.09 \ A. run W 310 ft S A. [I. 1882. ,
tot I In Woodlawn -----18 I lIS 10 W. H. R.ddlah ___ 1I.4t NH{ of BBH A 6L.H of 610 ft 10 310 ft N 630 ft tobe Q W. ALDERMAN 6+'
9q' f lot 19 & all 80 & BE'4 ___11 'l 31 120 Horr A Porter _.::.._ 43.94
8 A ., 8 (SEAL) Ae. Clerk of Raid ,
7 20
Wot 91 In Woodlawn.18 1U\ 20 Mr.. Nola Murrhee ._ U4ij' SH. of "NWH A"NB".4" of r Ward 1 H. n. Brown ___..______ 4.24 t
City8 circuit Court.: t
SWH A SH of SWH ___II 1 21 200 Horr Lot 6 of Blk 1 1 20 Mr. I. A. Or..n. ____ 8.11 f
ft Porter
of lilt" U 88 all 28 ___ .1.13 -
KNK1IIT A KNIOHT. tltarke, Jrl....
Lot 3 of Blk S Ward
City 8
17 In Woodlawn ___ .12 I II ao R. N. Crawford _--- lI.a1 E 10 A of NBH of NW11 T 21 10 Jams Kite _____ '.U Lots I 4 of Blk 8 Ward 1 10 air. N. J. Ward __.___ 6,16 Attorney for Complainant: (
1.01.16 17 83 In Woodlawn.1II 1sa\ ao Oscar Carter .__.__ 11.11 514 of S44ofNW&N\ %
of SW ______ City 8 7 SO II. D. Crosby ____ 16,71
12SH 7 21 120 James
Kit .
Lots 0 10 23 U II 2& In ..____ 49.'f3 Lots 8 4 5 6 7 8 ot"Ste'ioWard
Woodla..n ___19 1 21 10 Dalton Carter ___ n.ta of NE\of NEW:\ & SBH
City ________ I 7 20 NOTICB!) "'
Mrs. S.
E. Mott ______ 1.15
Loll U 60 U U InW.ood. of NE'4 NI% of BBH__13 7 31 100 B. O. Dyal ______ III.G& 'sea'i9i
lawn ...19 1II\ 40 B. n. Thompson __ 11.'" N\\/of NBH of NEW! & WH Lot IS of Blk 16 Ward City. 8lnts T 10 Wn. L. A. Ore..n -_____ 1,96 In Circuit Court Bradford County {
8 10 of Ulk 18 WardLoVl'll'li
1.01. H 19 'n' Wondlawn _19 I 13 20 W. A. Thlgpen.-__._ 9.U of NEH.AW Hot SEH -- Florida In Chancery. i
loOt It In Woodlawn ___20 I 28 10 Unknown __.._ 8,41:4of BBH of (HEH A WH ___-IS 'l II 140 Horr & Porter _..__114.11 of_ -___"11--_Ward_____ I 7 10 L. n. Oaln.y ________ 11.00 Mary Adam Dlclt. A Free' Dealer '

f. Lot 117 In Woodlawn.20 '1 21 I W. E. Torode ______._ 2.U !%of NBH A NWH of City ______________. 8 7 10 Complainant.. '
Mr. A. .
1. Or..n .
____ 1.79 "
Lau 5 8 10 11 11 In Wood- % A BH of BBH.( -. 14 7 It 100 Jorr Porter ____ n.n Frarl Blk 17 *x t..nt. t S off .
lawn .110 I JI 10 Bradford County Bank 14.9& NWH &wu4 of SWH. ANEH J. M. Moore" : Fred J. ,
______ n side ft .,. W 50 ft Ward n tf..rIr.rh
10 II 21 10 Oscar Carter ___ '.41 8E%. of StN34 __14 1 SI 310 Horr A Porter Horn and .. Home.Defendant ; yN Y,
It __
Lot In Woodlawn Ni.H _.1:10.111: City .__.._._. I 7 SO 11'. C. Semmes ______ to.05 *. 4
el A 844 f Lot 69 InWoodlawn of NWH\ of -__1NH 7 11 10 Unknown ...___ 1.41 Lots 1 S 8 4- 11 II of Blk 18 _
.. .
_: IIO I II 111 C. L. Hilliard _______ 1.41 of SBH of NEH -____18WH 1 21 10 Unknown .__ 11.87 Ward City __ I 7 SO M. Farerloe.r- f *...* '
O. lIarr.n c
._ .
____ 11.13'At
I 13 10 A. J. Starling _______ 1.41 \ of NWH & 1 21 40 W. Parker of '
\W'4 of NE'4 of NWy4 _..;__21 -------- M. 11.11 S of Blk 19 Ward Cltr- 7 SO U. 14. Brown _______ .TO anD .rlnty by affidavit duly I't'
___ 11.01 of SW14ofNE3
wof" NWI4 of NW'21 II U ao s. T. Starling ___ SH &Witof Lots 9 10 of Blk 11 Ward ,I

W4. of NW'4-ctf NW% af SfQSEH of"sWH"%. *__BWH'____ of"BBH _11 'l 21 100 Unknown ,. 4 29,12 City . _____.__ I 7 10 Wr. Dante Molt ___._ '.11 I above filed on cause behalf that of the Complainant defendant In J. d' t
NI!:" SWI4 of NW\4\ of Lot. 1 IS of Blk SO Ward
IIPJ'4I ex 1 A In NE2 Cop ..11 7 31 79 B J. Murrhe ._.__ 1107 M. Moore and hi* wife Mary Moore hl,
: E% of.NE of 10 .
City Stewart Mills
___ 11.1. the of II and that
are over ali year y
HW" E% ot 8E of Sit 8E44' ---- 21 20 Ada A Cha D. Thomas 0,57 Lots 4 1'f r
? o
reside I beyond ot
: they the State 1j
HW'4 &: NEI4 of NE of N f.a'! ex 6 f NE;; ; .rlld lt9J'O. __.!..... I 7 30 L. n. O.ln.J' __ t ,
____ $7.74 Florida I
to-wlti I un Route 1 a*
elly. _U I II II 3. R. Sapp ____________ 20,01W B50.rf -_-__.. !? 21 24 Ada ft Chas. D.,Tboma*. ua. Com at SE Cor of BBH of Alexandria United, '
of the is
0' NWI4 of 85ileo\ wH-ot NIJI"! r- 7 21 40 B. J. Murrhe ____ 11.71 BWH run W 118 yd N I
NJi Htatee of America, and that there I--
WH ot WH of :Ye & E
tom at NE Cor to 8 boundary of
of 8W14 *
0' 10 A \ _" 7 21 BO J. M. Kreeb ____ 11.14 {Jar3 no person In the elate of Florid. i4
NE\4\ & run W 18 2.9 City 1 thence B along ervloe of P
be All 8E'4 i&l --10 .7 21 20 R. 8. Burrency I subpoena upon whom 4141
thence 8 10 rd. W of J Slrfr of ___ .n aid boundary 163 yds. would bind :said defendant; It I is tl
II 1.1 rds to W LIDe of ;JIIE'4 thence 8 80 yds to beg ex 1=
ordered that this order of
Aid. forty thence 8 10r Blk..A BW ex _lot_ _11..__"_Blk.-_--S3 7 31 10 lion A Porter ___ 11.11 W 78 ft -.__.___._.. I 7 10 I L, D. Polk ____?___ 1.1. I and the following I notice publication to ap ,a
to B line of said forty Com 13 yds W of BB Cot be published I week ; 1
one a
1 pear
B C D E F O Hampton
'hence E 80 rde N 80 ids of BBH of BWH A run W I four consecutive week In Bradford/ j4
to be ________21 I II 10 K. D. Oleott .__._____18.218 Shore being a Sub DIv 37 yds. N 30 yd. to 0 ,County Telegraph, a newspaper of ,
F.R4 E'y of NE'4 of 8E'4JI II II 10 A. "'. Blanchard -___ 8.14 of Lot 8 4 I & all Lot 6of boundary of Ward City irener.l circulation published In
,,0 A {
1 : 1U\ 10 D. W. Starling _.___ 1.41 N ot highway Wit thence B on said bound- I '
Florida d'
5f Nf SWRy22 __ ______ _____ Bradford County, and dul
kEW BItH'IiJ tl 7 21 Alfred Devoto -. .... B3.ll cry 17 yds, tb.nce as 80yds qualified for the DubllcaUon of tail ; t

ere 9 A owned Mr.. "; Shore* to beg ---______?_ II 1 10 Mrs I1"nl. Mott ____ fI.4 notice/ to-wltt I rii l} y
Sub Div of Lot >
L being I
Jane Byrd & 2 to R. a .. RW14 of flW\4\ lass road ___ 9 1 10
: ex ', 81
It n. ____._ 16,44 TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO J,
"Blu"hard __ sa 1II\ 10AM. Blanchard ______ '. 2B1ka 4 6 A all Lot 5N of SE Of SE'4" less road __ 1
: .IfS441 7 10 U 1. _
-- R. O.lne" ._ _______ 2414 M MOOKIO AND MARY MOOUH
% of NEW of NW X23 B 23 10 W. H.I: Martha Bigg .. highway. A W% of Lot 7-jt 7 21 Unknown -.-;--- 4.10 8W of BP.J'4' .. ____.__ 9 'l 10 40 Mrs. J. n. aroo".r ___ 11.44 TOil are hereby noticed that a salt
w4" of BW8yp ___________21 B 22 80 A. M. Blancbard ___ KLMNOPQRB BW' of SEW 8R"LofW14 : has been brought against you and'
1 T U Hampton Shore beIng 1
ft NB & .III 100 ft of SW14of : a
Cep Fred J, Horn and wife tdll.aboth. ]
BIk Sub Dlv of Lot I
of Lot 4 4 A a ..' .1''" IIW14 __11 'I 10 U Federal Land Bank __._ 11.03 Home a* defendant In Circuit
nn n 100 ft W 63 ft N 4&allLot6Nofhighwly "'; NW44 of"NI'4 ..._.______14 'l .0 40 Unknown ______ 11.44 Court: of Bradford County, Florida t
IM & WH of Lot 7 .._ 2 7 21 Alfred DeVoto .1.:
ft E 62 ft to be.JI..n AC- | ., .., .... 11.U 8EVofSWVexu10A&S In chancery, by Mary Adam Dloke.a .
of Lawtey W of Blk t'. 4r 4 of BJj '4- __----11 'l 20 1t J. W, Padc.U ____ ".13 Free Dealer, a* Complainant
t' ---__.___._____22jf B S3 Q. W. Roberta _.__.___ SI.SB Hampton Shore. being a .. : SEWofEWexNIIA&61\ seeking to foreclose a real estate
f Dlv Lot 3 4 6 A ,
, I of Rlk Sub iiat' 8A-20A&594 of RWof
4 ex W TtI .0fN onW14 mortgage over land In Bradford S '
all Lot of '
. Town of highway NE4 .. 814 of 81'4 +
Lawtey County, Florida her defendant
Ivan by -
J1 f"Lo- -- -_ Wjf B S3 O. W. Robert _-.._ 4133 : W 'f. Lot 7 ._r -TTiSS 7 SI Alfred DeVoto ..tAlfred -',_. I II $ __11 1 20 41) J. n. Kelley _.____ 11.0 J. M. Moore and Mary 7
n 1 2 0p1 12Tft AD Lot 678 14 15 t A In NW Cnr of NW'/4 of
( *'; Moore. And you are hereby required Atr+
a' Lot 8 of Blk 4 Town 16 Hampton Shore being '_ NWW 140 Y"a N & iiI' bJ' to file with the clerk of said court SJ

r O! Lwtev w of Ry __23 S 23B T. T. Blackburn __ 1661 a Sub Dlv of Lot 14 t, >..' 81 J'da E A W _________1. 'JO 1. n. n. 11.4.- ..____ 1.11 your written apporance (personally
+ ? ft of Lot 4 of Blk 4 6 A all Lot I N of high'way E'' ofNE4:" A 530Ao or by attorney) In eald cult on the I

Town of Lawtey W of ft WH!! of Lot 7 ----23 7 SI DeVoto __ ..44 Wit of Ne'4 .7 It 110 R. n. Thade ___. ____ UU first Monday In September, A. I'. e ll
II BIk -- .-__ S3B A. M Blanchard --- SI 51 Blk AE ex Lots 9 10 Hampton Com at a lIt 1311 I.a fW 11., being; the Bib t
6 Town of Iawiiyt9 Bhore being a Sub -. NE Cnr Wit and thereafter to file with the Held
.f _.__ ...!! Div of Lot 8 4 9 ft. all ..r 'if W : Asa r.Ifa.
Awl. 5Ry -__"________!3 S3B Chas Dlnkln run clerk your' written defense, If any, pt
of Lot 5 N of Highway & It thence IIfa rn/lie thence ,
of to the hill of complaint In sold" 1 milt
A"I'll Town ot Lawt W Lotal of Lot 7 __. .-------S3 7 21 Alfred DeVoto ? .;.:r,.:...__ 3.44 "1711 ft thence N to b.IT 7 10 U Mrs. E. S..Ward '___ 11,94 at the time prescribed by law. Her. zl +

sal Rik ____?_13 33S : Mr. E. E. Burner 1661 10 at Blk AB Hampton Sub :;. # Bog' at a pt In 8.a ft WofN In fall not or lud.ment. will be _"lvnavalnet
10 Town of Law- /Shores being a r E Cor of NW14 .. run W you by default or decree e"' ,,yPprooonfes.o
I'I.v of W. F. Moor ___ 3471 Dlv of Lot 4 on Sea. Itne TII It thence 1
Ry ________2. S3S tl b"y.A' IdW ; .; entered valnet you. f
of -
1 13 Town of Law. Lot B N A 14 mile to fit line of Wltnen my hand and the seal of
toy w rat Ry ________12 S3B R. A. Blanchard --- 1131 \it of Lot 7---------J3 7 21 Mabel F. CJIIklnson,I?;.. 1,16BlitAJaxLots : NW\4\ thence S 1 111 ft H aid .court at Htarke, Bradford county -
II Slit 13 Town of Law- I 13114.I AF AU Alt AI & E"t" -' to b.If-44.41 A _____---I'l 7 10 44 Mre. Bante "foU __ 17." Florida, thus. let day of Au.uat.,

11 ley'; W of Ry -_______$3 S3B Chas. Dlnkln -..... 4603 8.7111It D."ctr a, 869 ft W of NE A. D. 1933. A!
Elk 14 Tnwn of 3.w 13 Hampton .f'" NWW & run W On W. NCI
tey W of ay ___--J3. 32B : Mae B. Well 3131 I a Uub Dlv of Lot tj 'j; Sec line 488 3.3 ft to NW UlmAr"O. (., ALDERMAN/Circuit Court I a
atl 0 7 2 of Blk 18 Town 340&allLot6NofHighway J say lop of 1Q\\ of NW'4 KNIGHT KNIGHT "'ark.. 1'1.. '
0' Lawt. W of II S3S3 V. R. ReddishA. ____ 11.11 I A W H of Lot \W' thence 534 mile to S line Hollcltiir for Complainant. ,
II ilk 17 Town Rl L.w__ 7. ______.. .......323 7 21 Alfred DeVoto .VI '17 01 said NWt4 then. E .5.5C.2! ,It
I 't'! of R II I M. Blanchard 41.OS Blk"AK .xots T 2 I 481a ft thence N to t tNOTIcp

ii ft Lot i of .. Hampton Shores belay a I be.-U.I A ._____11 'f 10 to Mre. T. P. Ward _____ 18.14 ',
11 Town Off wt.y W of Sub! Dlv of Lot 14 9 A. ..'\ 'I 10 A W of Rr In Not of r..tJt In the Circuit Court of the Twen ?
11, P. L. Dlnkln '.01 all Lot k N of highway : & Lots 10 90 Bradford County Bank I'llh Judicial j
? t" and
S3 Circuit In tow
28 5 -
131 i., ft -of--Lot_k8 WH of Lot 7 -__13 7 SI -- Alfred. DeVoto., _.__ ..44 6 J/W2f .!!-f: !0 10 C. N. Shaw _?..-.-_,-= UU: Bradford County, Florida. In Chacry. -.. + ( 1

1,1 't of Lot I of Bik Lot 1 8 of Blk AK Hampton -''._,''. ""j' .. I Lot I for UIO __II 7 I" .0 C. N. Shaw _.__._ n. +;
RYTowa of Lawt.y W of Shore being Sub ,,' : (.: Lot 5 ____.11 7 10 ao C. N. Shaw ______ '8." Austin Cary + i
--- ___ 6 II P. L. Dlnkln __ 9.31Wk Dlv of Lot I 4 6 ft all .. : I NEVI of NE'y E 14 A 0"; I Complainant P4 i q 4 4vs.
II IlX. y
AWUV \ .
Lot B N of highway $8.14 of NW1, L "F'
It RTown Lot I of of Lot 7___..____23 7 31 Alfred DeVoto .'_ '.asSSB NEW & N514: of NW%'_11 7 II 0 14. :I. Jr. Kelley ____ n.n 'II. C. EMrlda-e. .t a3.Def.sdant. 413"

of La..t."E3 II II p. I. Dlnkln -. '..nt Lots 10 of Blk AK Hampton "S k I E%. of NWIto ot AW _-14 T 20 10 C. r. Lltohfl.1d _____ I.IT *. K
t 4liwtel"a- _11 Shores being a Sub N14 of 8W\4\ or N 1 1 II 201M Morgan ______ T.6I I Oran .( <...l Jl .. > 4
offIli to..n .U Dlnkln H." Dlr of Lot... I 4 6 A all Bat of 1'111\4:\ of NW'4 ATSof Notice .. A*.>er
01 8 :f1VTown of 31 I U p. -- lot B N of highway AWH $E'4 or NW'i 1 9 II 4" John 5. Roster ____ n.n THE STATE OP FMHIlAf y Sri)

.ayf Rlof Law. M. Blanchard 3117 of Lot 7-.--__23 7 SI Alfred DeVoto --- $44 01 BW of NWy4_. 1 6 II Z" Calvin Morgan ____ 814 Toi If. C. Kldrldce, residence) old
3 ToMa--II Law I U A.. ---- Blk AL .,. Lot 1 2 Hampton N% of NW" of BW4 ______ 1 I J1 20 Rollie __ T.n known and Carlyle Peek and Ilva x, ,
''t, w R" of Martha Blue 31 SI Shore being a Sub 9:54 of NI'4' of NE" __II I II 90 E. W. Rosier ________ 'III Peek his wife, 711 South Shore k 1 p0
\\to of Bf II o..23 1 U Mrs. Div of Lot. I 4 4 A all W of NW'4 -13 I 11 .0 E. W. Rosier ____. IT.II Drive Chicago Illinois; if

B1key W of Town H. Blue 11.34 Lot 5 N of highway AWH ; .- Nit" ot NE'4 .__ ._ ._-_11 I J1 40 E. W. Roster ________ "..01N' It I I. hereby ordered that you and 7 J"d
: Ry W ------- d
I II I II of
Town Lawla of Lot 7 ---23 T SI Alfred DeVoto t.14 '" of ?4E 11. NIC'4 I... are required to appearon "Y
10' of Dlnkln B.71 Lot 1 2 of Blk AL Hampton tr road nf wry. ___ .IS 3 II 20 O..or. Anderson _____ 11.11 h'lt"d of September A. I>. ., ;
Rlkof: Town of Lw:3 6 II Chan. Chores being a Sub ,'- -w NW\.fa\ of NEI ----U I 11 40 Federal Land Bank 12.31All 122 before the above .ntlu.l: court + :

Blanchard __ n." Dlv of Lot 4 ,' Wt of NW'1o: oZNWS ,to the Bill of Complaint filed
elf11r11 I ol Town -__13 I II A. M- -- Lot B N of 'Id h"y.A' J .. W OfrlJUblfo road ___.36 I 11 JG T. L. Honk ___ 4." s.alnet you In the above entitled 4 I S

0 of Law A. VL Blanchard 711 WI'o of Lot 7 ---21 7 SI 'Alfred; DeVoto m. S.SI 8W14 1 A for caus., and the Bradford County ,j
: 93 I U SILK AM. Hampton Shore. church 2A 21 81 H. 8. Norman _?_ U fw4 / Telegraph I la hereby dedvnated. as d'four t

::1T Own of La... Abble 8.! Harley Y -, 11."* being a Sub DIv of Lot ?. 01 NJI1I Gf NEW _____ I' I U 30 MI. Flallle Black ,_ '.17 the which this order
II I II lr'W'hld
of: Tow_. -r- 8.4 4 aU Lot 5 N ofhighway 8WV. ot liE .,. 10AasNde : : one a week for
'-' W 0 La... .. S.SI & WI'o of Lot 111 T 21 Alfred DeVoto 3.14 HE 01 5W44 II I 11 Tt Drew R. Reddlsh 19."* week.
: Bike AN AO AP At4 Aft AS 8EIlI ot NE14 & all S W'4 ofNEt4 I Witness the Honorable! A. f. Adkln 4/
v----- AT AU AV AW AX B4 : If of public road as Judge of this Court and the
M. Blanchard '.n BB BC BD BE BF Hampton N14 otIU. _____._ IT I U Ut Mr.. Iou Morgan __ ".11 seal of this court. In the city of j
Lot Tow.-- U 6 aa A. Bhore being a Sub 634 0' NWV. e1 I A In NJI! Btcrke, Bradford County, Florida

"y w of LawI.oit Blanchard! I.U"I.WS Diy of Lots I 4 6 all Car al"- N34 of 5W14 74of thle the Ird day et Au.usU A. r ,
A. M. -
&I ttRj: g II I aa Lot 5 N of highway & branch ?' 0 11 211 Urp Reddish ..u...._ "..10NW'4 3393. I'*

: I of br 10'0 W ot Lot 11 T at Alfred DeVoto.. II." &K of NWii, i NWYer W. ALDERMAN.
Hotel Lot N110! NWI4 "N1t iIl% .. .-..U..-,. Clerk Circuit Court.
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Starke Saturday night Mrs. O. L. Brown was visitingMrs. Mrs. Henry Register-- -_

J LITTLE SPRINGSWillie Mr. and Mrs John Barber of G. L Kersey Sunday afternoon daughter, Catherine, uf and Ilt,
Ai! SocietJlJjCIRCLES the state farm and Miss Edna Davis ville. spent the week-end With
Mae Ncwwme, Cor. attended the dance Saturday Carrie BM No....., Cow Mr Kenk Bagwell was visiting mother, Mrs. W. F. Godwin bet
Robert Judd .
night. Sunday.Mrs. Mr. R. A. Grlffis
: Mr. Levy Sweat and Cornelius : Minnie Bryan was the tram.
Ing business In
? Mr. and Mrs. Carter and family Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and Jacksonville Sat
Moore attended church at Saxton I ISunda.y guest of Mrs. Callie Johns Sunday \
attended church at Theressa Sat children!' spent the past week-end afternoon. day.Mr.

CIRCLES MONDAV orated with crepe myrtle inter- urday and Sunday.Mr. Mr. Buck night. Kenneth Starling with Mr. Edwards' parents Mr. O. J. Phillips
V AFTERNOON mingled with fern and potted Perry Newsome attended attended Sunday and\ school at Saxton and Mrs. J. V. Edwards of Brook- log to business in Jacket<<

plants, presented a pretty settingfor church at Theresoa Saturday.Mr. Sunday morning. er. LA JVTEY Thursday
Notwithstanding the heavy rain this enjoyable party. At the and Mrs. Ray Newsomewere Mr. Fonzo Frevatt and Lonnie I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloodsworth Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Barley
Ctn, :Monday afternoon there was a conclusion of five progressions of guests of Mr and Mr Perry, Prescott of Lawtey were In our spent Thursday with Mr. Bloods- II, F. Carradlne, Cor. visiting Mr, Darley's mothi-Th
food attendance, at the circle the game, dainty wrapped prizes Newsome Sunday afternoon.Mr. section Saturday night. worth's mother, Mrs. Florence Melrose Thursday night
meetings of the Woman's Missionary were given Mrs R. F. Demorestfor and Mrs. Freddie Clark andJ. Mr. Lloyd Moore and son, Joe, Bloodsworth of Raiford. Miss Elizabeth Edwards of Jacksonville -I Thomas Beck left Friday
1 y (Society of the Methodist making high and Mrs. S. T. J. Martin were the guests of were visiting his mother-in-law Miss Mary Alvarez spent partof is visiting her sister, Mrs. I Tampa where be will enter tk lot!
Church. Twenty-eight persons were Dell for scoring second. The honorees Mr. and Mrs. Perry Newsome Sun- :Mrs. Ritch of Raiford Sunday.Mr. last week with her sister, Mrs: D. L. Blackburn here this week. stable of Joe Leto, boxing 111810!*
In attendance and there was an were each presented gifts.A day afternoon.Mr. Robbie Farrish of Uukes.attended Irving DeBose of Worthington Mr. J. T. Moore was transact ager.
1I offering of $10.90, which will be applied tempting salad course was and Mrs. Owen Carter and the dance Saturday night. Springs. ing business In Jacksonville Sat- Mr. Green Teston returned but
on an insurance policy on the served by the hostess to the following Pitt Newsome, Jim Newsome were Mrs. Ruby Rhoden of Starke Miss Rachel Silcox spent the urday. week after visiting his daujfttw!
present: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, in Stark Saturday afternoon Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and children of In Jacksonville
parsonage., spent last week with her sister, week-end at home with her mother
The Harriet Peek Circle was en- Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. C. RobInson There will be church at Hell- Mrs. F. B. Robinson.Mrs. Mrs. Amanda Sllcox of Starke. Tampa, who have been visitingMrs. Mrs. Roy Roberts of West Palm
tertained by Mrs. J. F. Colley, with Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. bronn Saturday and Sunday. Cora 'Jones and children, Mayo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Beach, was visiting her parent.
n Mm. F. II Long presiding over the O. L. Haynes Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. Gladys Morgan was the guest of spent Sunday with Mrs Maggie A large number of people H. Moore for several days, re- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Biggs here
meeting. Tbe worship service was Edward Burns, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Willie Mae Newsome Wednesday Burton. tended the Union meeting at Hope turned to Tampa Saturday. Mr. last week.

: f; p t i; conducted by Mrs. T. J. Griffin, and Mrs. N, Sternberg Mrs. S. T. afternoon.We Mrs. Gussle Douglas was the church Saturday and Sunday. Mayo joined his family here Friday Miss Beulah Futch of Miami!, u
the program subject, "Christ in Dell of Gainesville, Mrs. Frank are very sorry to hear Mrs guest of Mrs. F. B. Robinson Fri- Misses Lillie McRae and Muriel night. spending her vacation with her
,, China," was discussed by Mrs. F. Carpenter and Mrs. C. S. Lindseyof Sponholtz Is' in the hospital at day afternoon Silcox of Starke were visiting in Mr Paul Moore was attendingto parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. FuUt
i H. Long, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Winston-Salem, N. C. Jacksonville, and we hope she will Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas were this community Friday afternoon.Mr. business in Jacksonville Friday I Mr. Grady Lanier and little son.()
r 1 Mrs O. A, Taylor and Miss Olive soon be well. visitors to Lulu one day last week. Garnet :Dukes of Dukes, and Saturday. Gene, returned to Miami Tuesday'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan Mr. Rodman'.Underbill was the spent the past week-end with his Misses Ruth Rowe, Dolly Din- after a month's visit with her
+ Ray.The hostess, assisted by Mrs. went to Starke Saturday after guest of Miss Elsie Rhoden Sun- sister, Mrs. W. F. Burton.DOUBLE kins, Louise Thede, Louela Tatum, I ents, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Futch.par-

Sam Anderson, Misses Katie ,and I FAVORITE RECIPESBell I noon. day afternoon.,, Lucile Plummer, Doris Burney, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dinkins Of
Virginia Fugate, served an Ice Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morgan and Mr. Buck Alvarez, Roscoe Green Kathleen Blanchard and I Jacksonville, spent Sunday unit
t ., course to the, following guests: family went to Danville church and Bascom Williams of Sandy RUN Pearl McEarchen hiked to Lake I Mr. Dinkins parents, Mr. and Mtt:
Hiss Olive Ray, Mesdames L. D. Pepper ScrambleI Sunday. Lane passed through our section Kingsley Thursday morning. Ab- :,Charles Dinklns.
e Green, W. O. Halle J. H. Fields dozen bell peppers. Miss Elsie Rhoden went to the Sunday afternoon. MlM Boeta B......... Car, bie Harley, Beatrice Miner, Arth- Mr. Howard Miner was in Jack.
L {j Pearl Snyder J). K. Knight, E. K. 3 eggs. dance at Starke Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Starling and urlne Blanchard, Paul Moore Bill sonville Monday.Mr. .
' ./c'' Perryman, A. H. Harley, Jr., F. II. 1-2 cup of can milk. We are sorry to hear that Mr. family attended' Sunday school at Mlssea Freda Brown and Inez Harrell, Howard Miner and Hallle and Mrs. Laurie Edwards ol
? : Long, T. J. Griffin, N. T. Bitch and Salt and pepper. and Mrs. Troy Norman lost their Saxton Sunday morning.Mr. Kersey called on Millie and Lois Jones joined them Thursday eve- Jacksonville were visiting :Mr. Edwards ,
G. A, Taylor. 3 tablespoons of bacon drippingsor little son, who was burled at the Clyde Morgan of Little Judd Sunday evening.Mr. ning. The enjoyed a picnic lunch brother, Mr. W. H Edwards
Tbe Noble White Circle met at butter. Dyal cemetery Wednesday morn Springs section attended the danceat L. Bryant was the guest of 'and returned home tired and with here Saturday.
the home of Mrs. J. W. White, with Remove seeds and white sections Ing. Starke Saturday night Mr. O. L. Brown Sunday afternoon. blistered feet late Thursday eve- Mesdames V. R. Reddish, 0,1
Mrs. White and Miss Amelia Rayas of peppers cut fine, sprinkle i 1 Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Robinson are Mr. Joe and Ike Brantley were ning.Mr Phillips, T. J. Terry and H. B. la-
hostesses The living room was with salt and cover with boiling; the proud parents, of a little son, guests of Boots and Freda Brown i' and Mrs. W. C. Wooten ac wood attended a union meeting of
brightened by baskets of pink I water, let stand for an hour and RISING born July 23. The little one has Sunday afternoon. companied Miss Edna Thompsonto the Baptist church at Theresa
( crepe myrtle and zinnias. The I drain in collauder. Have drippings been named Earl Leslie. Misses Mae and Inez Bryan were Macon, Ga., Sunday. Miss Saturday.
meeting was opened by singing the hot in pan and add peppers, sprinkle Mr*. H. M. H....... Cor. Miss Clara Belle Carter of the guests of Willie Johns Sunday.Mr. Thompson has been visiting here Mr. A. J. Grlffis, superintendent
t hymn, "Every Day and Hour," with with black pepper, cover, and Starke spent this weekend with Ancel Brown called on Earl this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wooten of education, was in Lawtey Sat
:Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, as pianist. The ,steam until tender; then beat eggs Mr. and Mrs. Britton Alvarez and her mother Mrs. Jim Thomas. John Sunday afternoon. ,will return Wednesday, urday.
theme of the worship service was and cream and combine with the children of Pine Level section ..
-- -- -" -
"Finding God In Great Personalities peppers. Cook mixture for several spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ." "' -- -,. -, ,., _ '-",; '.. '
and after the scripture readIng minutes or until eggs are done. Lester Crosby.
selections from noted authors (Original recipe)-Mrs. J. F. Mr. and Mrs. D. !.I. McRae and

+w, were read by Mrs. A. W. Ander- Colley,. Starke, Fla. little son, spent the past week
son, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under

H. B. McLendon, Mrs. O. L. Beas- Half Pound Cake hill.Mrs. PLEE.ZINGFOOD
ley and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Mrs. Cream almost 1-2 lb. of butter F. M. White was visitingMr.
A. Wood told the story of Dr. Arthur with 1 3-4 cups of flour. Beat B and Mrs. M. J. McRae of Cros-

%Ie Jackson's work In China; this eggs lightly and add 1 1-2 cups of by Lake Saturday.Mr. .
; died F M. Norman of Vanderbilt
brilliant American physician
sugar a little at a time, beat well
4 at the age of twenty-six after saving section was a business visitor to
and add to butter and flour with 1
M $ 1 the lives' of thousands of people :level teaspoon of baking powder.Put this section Friday.We STORES < >
are glad to report that little
from pneumonia plague. &
In cold oven and bake 43 min.
v W Assisted by Miss Dorothy White, utes. Odessa McRae Is able to be out =
the hostesses served a sweet course Mrs. II. L. Brownlee again after several days illness.
1 to the following guests: MesdamesH. Starke Fla. Quite a number of people of this -
U+ B. McLendon, Mrs. O. L. Beaa- section attended the union meetingat
ley Miss Florence Wood, Mrs. W. Hope church Saturday and Sun-
' K. Middleton, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Filled Angel Food Cake day.Mr. 9C SALE The SALE
:- Mrs. E. a. Matthews, Mrs. A. 1 cupful of egg whites. and Mrs. D. M. McRae, I
e & Wood, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. 1 teaspoonful of cream tartar. Misses Hazel and Gladys Underhill
W. F. Boulware and Mrs. A. W 1 1-2 cupfuls of sugar motored to Klngsley Lake Thursday 7 _

Redgrave.The 1 cupful of cake flour afternoon. PLEE-ZING FOOD STOKES; through the co-operation of their manufacturers, offer you a SPECIAL NINECENT
will meet 1-4, teaspoonful of salt. The farmers here are busy setting /
% Noble White Circle
SALE which will enable to stock MERCHANDISE at a
with QUALITY very
you up your pantry _
of vanilla.
; :be first :Monday in September at 1 teaspoonful plants after the good rains of this
' 1' the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Beat eggs until forthy, add week. cost.
i :MIddleton, with Mrs. Middleton cream of tartar, and beat until We are glad to report that Mr.J. .
w+ id and Miss Florence. Wood an hostesses. very stiff, sift sugar flour and salt E. Norman Is able to be up again FRIDAY & SATURDAY'S NINE CENT SPECIALS AUGUST 5TH 6111
ml five times. Sift gradually Into egg after several days illness.
.__. whites; add flavoring and put in Quite a number of little school
MACK FUTCII CELEBRATES an unolled tube pan. Place in a mates of Odessa McRae were wel- 2 tall or 4 smallDRIED PLEE-ZING-l.2 lb. can 1 lb. JarAPPLE
t' FIFTH very slow oven for 45 minutes. Invert comed in her home last Friday
(; BIRTHDAY pan and allow;to cool. Re- with beautiful baskets of flowers MILK 9c COCOA-----9e JELLY9c
u Tuesday was -a happy occasion I move from pan and with fork remove which were greatly appreciated.Mr. .
G' r for Mack Futch when he Invited a the Inside of the cake, leav- J. W. Drlggers of Pine Level ---,._'- -- -- .-
ing a shell. was a business visitor to this section -
number of his young friends to be Vegetables Canned
inside in small CANNED FRUITS
Tear the portion Monday.
Lake to
c 'with him at Klngsley help FRUITS
and mix with > No. 2
celebrate his fifth birthday.A pieces : Sauer Kraut can
t A merry time was had by the 1 cupful of whipping cream. Apple Sauce, Crosby Corn No. 2 can

+ young folks In swimming and 1 cupful of of cocoanut.pineapple, diced. Heilbronn Springs RAISINS, pkg. 2 canPineapple Peas, stand. No. 2 can 9 C
1 cupful
51'' playing various: games. When the
birthday 'cake Iced In pink and 1-2 pound of marshmallows cut I MI. Tkelraa. n....... Cur APPLES, pkg. 9 C Crushed 9 Pork & Beans 2 cans

white was cut, Fay Louise Yarborough In small pieces. I I PRUNES, pkg. No. 2 can Spinach, No. 2 can
y and Mary Alice Yarbor- 12 cherries chopped.Fill Mr. and Mrs. Rhoden and famIly
shell with mixture and let It -- -
all attended the dance at Starke
ough cut the dime and penny. Theboats' -5 lb.
Pkg Ice Cream
stand In refrigerator for 12 hours. GROUND
and Saturday nl&bt.Mr.
mother served ices
'i cookies to the guests present When ready to serve, put a cup of i Louie Crawford and Tom- SALT, 5 Ib. pkg. Ice Cream 9 C MEALGRITS6lbs.. 9 C
Among those Invited were: George chopped pecan meats over the top. role GIU of Starke returned home 4-5c pkgs table. PearlPLE&ZING
Cover with whipped ,cream. The last Monday after spending a few
j Flynn, Jr.. Helen and Doris Kruse, -..
Juanlta and ,Sara ,Barefoot, Fay dessert Is sliced as one would cut,' days of last week in Savannah, Go. --.. w -
Louise and Mary Alice Yarborough, a round cake. Dr and Mrs. R. P. Taylor of CANNED MEATS CANNED FISH
Edith Jones Ida Lulu and Marjorie Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Starke Fla. Jacksonville spent Sunday at his
Corned Beef Hash 5 Pink Salmon No. 1 'tall
oz. can can
Davis Betty McRae, Kirk Lewis, farm with Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Rob-

s" CN, .Jr., Betty Hayes, Merry Berry and Got' Roosevelt Inaon. Meatwich Spread, 3 oz. can Sardines, Tomato Sauce
Charles Knight Jackie Joe Mur- Mr. Albert Williams of Lake 9 9 C
Potted Meat, 2-1-4's cans c No. 1 oval can
r den, Bill Randall, Jr., Ralph Bats- Butler, attended the dance atJ.
x den Billy Blakely Joan Dobrow, says: Vienna Sausage, 4 oz. can Sardines, American, 3 5c cans
Wanda Pearce, Gloria Buford Ha- o 1a"Whn.t
zel Fields Beverly Parks, Freddie VA. COBBLER "L1 E-ZIN--3 5c size pkgs. Long Grain Honduras

Haynes Anderson Wimberly Jr.Lyle Barbara, A.Anderson.H. Keene Harley,Othma,John Jr., J._" Potatoes, 5 Ibs. M 9c Matches - 9c Rice, 3 lbs. -9c

I Betty Strlngfellow. Maurice Edwards -
t Olin White, Jr., Francis PLEE-ZING PLEE-ZING
Alderman,.Josephine Johns, Louise
Stern, Bobby Biggs Patsy Ruth the world need. most MAYONNAISE 3 oz. jar Baking Soda, 2-1-2 Ib.; pkgs. PICKLES

and Bill Wainwright, Nina Bishop, today in .a> national policy which RELISH. 3 oz. jar Baking Soda 2 1-2 lb. Sweet mixed
Margarget and Joe Montleth. will make us an example of nil- MUSTARD Prepared Toothpicks, 2 5c pkgs. or
i Uoual honor to other nations." Pickles 9c
EMMETT: : FERRYMAN.. t- 6 oz.'jarVINEGAR. 9 C pkgs. 9c

GIVES WEINER ROAST "We cannot call ourselves wine' L. 12 oz. Cruett Corn Starch 1 Ib. pkg. 8 oz. bottle
-- or patriotic If we seek to escape /">(./>, .,, "w ._ ___' ., .., __ .......dIlIJ
the rtMiponnlblllty of remolding; ._ "j
Emmett Perryman celebrated his .
tenth birthday at the Peek place at government to make It more serviceable BEST WHITE BACON 9c
to mil the people and more UgkUngNEW per pound -
Kingsley lake Tuesday afternoon responsive to modern nations,** ,
with a weiner roast. LOW ---
A fine time was had by the boysin "Thou who hold public office PLEE-ZING
swimming, races and roasting iihould not be content nmrely to pkg.
welners on the beach. take the duties of their jobs as they PRICE $ OATMEALPlee-Zing 9c AMMONIA, 15c value 9 C
find them and carry them out according
Late in the afternoon Mrs. Ferryman
to precedent Those who PEANUT BUTTER lb. jar LYE, 13 oz. can
assisted by Mrs. N. T. have' had experience In operatingthe This = .. _:dII
Rltch, served punch and birthday machine should be able to tell latest improved Coleman
cake to those present. of Its defects." Iron will save you many times EXTRACTS, pure, bottle CATSUP, 14 oz. bottle
Invited to be with the its cost In work saved in clothes
I host were: N. T, and, Tommie young ""The world SHIP of STATH! can. saved and in money saved It BLACK PEPPER, 3 oz. tin PRESERVED FIGS, 10 oz. can 9c

t Bitch Harold Bishop John and reckless not regain spending It. sate course and by to rerklem port by. will help you do your ironing COCOANUT, 3 oz. pkg. 9c HONEY BOY (Fla.) SYRUP
Bill Cbalker of New Orleans La., better quicker easier '
vituperation but It can steer safely ORANGEPEKOETEAPleeZing 1 pt.
Gus Brown of Pensacola, Ralph home by unity of action,and a determination MwUI. H.. teA ls Instant Lighting
i Rhodes Comer Ferryman. Billy vvnluauy Ib
to ol
{ 9 No prehMtUng necewutry. Has RotoType Soups Plee Cornflakes Plee-Zing Cleanser
t Long and; Bobo Lindsey of Wins- Just obligations. Generator -Zinr
cleaning n..dl.
. j', i ton-Salem, N. C. "The hlghMt ideals of America which can be operated .while burning All kinds per can _9c Pkg. 9c 2 cans _ _> J 9c
'k e eot.. ... _
k VISITORS HONORED demand that with strict adherenceto Tapered piae makes to iron IP'

maintain the principle an International of Wn..hlnrton.freedom we reams around buttons Ute it,anywhere under pleats. .and no along cord Helth Soap Complexion Beauty Soap We carry a full line of Produce

A delightful affair 67 Friday afternoon and at the same time offer: leader. or tube*.. Make and barn Its own gas.B.audfully
was a bridge party given chip to- a sorBly-tri' humanity." finished In blue porcelain 2 bars __ _ __ 9c, 2 bars.. .9c and Fresh Meats
'I. by Mrs. J. E. Wilson at Kingsley enamel and highly polished nickeL -
t' Lake to members of her club In "T( City planning: and even county -
. honor of her niece, Mrs. Frank ptafanlng are worth while how THE CCLCMAN LAMP& STOVE CO.Wi.fc.U. CARRADINE'S & SON
;ti, Carpenter and,Mrs. C. S. Lindsey m Buue cob more important whale U It that the. 00Jc.....K.Ill.. Ui niUJ.Iplil."-1,-' ..P.C.1A A. H. GREEN J. \W.
a. a should adopt
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of The Wlnaton-Salem large veranda, N.of C.the Weekscottage ,.,and P rmar economlo! ent program and .tat.wlJ both social In 1U, ASK YOUR DEALER Phone 86 Starke, Fla. LAWTEY, FLA. Phone 62 Starke, Fla.

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p m''1 1I Marjortc of Wildwood, are guestsof who arc attending the week. hibiting publishing or circulating er Corporation extending new line ..f n H lr
her parents. Mr. and Mrs W. I Hear fine Talks charges against a candidate for along beaches west of this city 'o' ... r
Bits of % H. Struth. In these programs a brief sum- office within 18 days of a primary supply power to summer caloniee'J k '; ...

------ I At farmers' Week mary of the mont Important discussions unless a copy of the charges was --.-- ;

. a I Mrs. L A. McCoy, Edwin Mc- during the week will ,be first served upon the person attacked Jacksonville Parkhill\ Dredg-

Coy and Carl 1 Blackwelder of Char- FlL'An given. Amon\< the list of speaker was held unconstitutionalhere ing Co., received contract for

I local1t Ie lotte, N. C., after spending several Gainesville! uptodateprogram are C. A. Cobb, editor of the Progressive by County Judge Arthur R. dredging slip at dock and term- + .tr, ; .
for Florida
days with Mr. and Mrs W. G. I vegetable Clarke. male. ,
HAile left Saturday for St. Petersburg growers has been planned for Farmer-Rurallst, 1.. M. ,
for a visit. Farmers' Week to be held at the Rhodes, state marketing commissioner .
Concerning Our People, Business and University of Florida August 8-12. James C Morton, Florida J- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS .

Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Larsen and I Monday morning, August 8, the Citrus Growers' Clearing/ House tracks in Hlll borough county have
opening address will be given by Association, representatives from ( Flel.l To Run For City ClerkI
I Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rogers of put up checks with the county '
Lakeland spent Tuesday In Starke lion Nathan Mayo, commissioner the Federal Farm Board and U. S. 'commission to pay for an electionon hereby announce! myself a
__ JLJI.J.JI.JUJS'SILJi.yVKATIIEK p of and In the afternoon Department of Agriculture, and candidate for the office of city ,
DC == "' ''''''''''- = = ... = g with Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. agriculture, all proposals, which the com- t
REPORT Mr. and Mrs F. P. DeBerry ol They left Wednesday morning: for a tout of the College of Agriculture others. mlss'on' set for September 1. Clerk, for the City of Starke, subject
and Experiment Station Each morning at 9:43: the regular to the will and best judgment
Branford spent the week-end herewith a vacation In Waynesville, N. C.
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Florida Home Period will of the voter In the city electionto
farms will be made.
Stark Branch U. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Andreu Tampa-Frills in present day '
Compiled by broadcast talks will to be held In September, 1932, exact ; b
Tuesday morning the special that a large
Department. and family.Mr. Mrs. Allie Law, Mr. and Mrc. school curricula were the targetof .
I. ForestrY measure review the women's date to be announced later. r
truck will get underway pro-
August 2, 1932. Frank Oren of Winter Haven, were program acrimonious remarks from
Week ending, with station disease gram. Thursday morning an unusually Having held various position of
guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. A. plant specialists members of the Hlllsborough coun-
Date Max. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards trust with In r+
Prec1T dis Interesting talk about I lessons large corporations
discussing crop board with the
E. Wall meeting
73 Mrs. Law and Mr. and ty budget '
JulY 27 94 and small daughter, Fredrlka, of eases. The afternoon will be de- In home making to be learned commissioners to fix the bookkeeping and clerical! ( work. I
73 .04 Mrs. Oren stopped here enroute to county
July 28 90 Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof from nature will be given by Royal feel qualified to discharge the '
89 7:5: .1P the mountains of North Carolina. voted to practical laboratory perIods school tax mtllage for next year.
July 29 relatives. in which the will Dixon, nationally known naturalist. duties of the office In an efficient
growers Plant
Wayne Thomas, City member -
JulY 30 96 U ,1C insects and diseases their manner and if honored with the i
Among those the study of the budget board, classed
74 .07Aug. attending
31 87 Mrs. Ance returned position which I am seeking, words)
July 74 1.34 Langford Merritt-Barbour marriage In Jack. control, and the damage they do. as frills and unnecessary such sub-
1 92 Saturday from St. Louis, Mo.,, The next morning the program will education, com- cannot express my appreciation. forth
71 sonvile Tuesday were: Mr. and jects as physical '
2 89 where she visited her son Mr. J,. honor, and I assure and promIse +.
Aug. ; (feature talks about Insecticides to
week, 1.76 inches Mrs. E. M.: Davis, Mr. and Mrs. T. WHAT EDITORS mercial law, psychology and business -
Rainfall for that will find ma In t
:you you
I K. Langtord. S. Williams, Margaret and Tommie use against different major Insects. administration, music art and
-e .
the offce to serve during
Wednesday afternoon the pro- ARE SAYING"The Latin He declared that eliminationof you prop.
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. }3111. .
Col. J. L. Frazee was a I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and gram will open wfttl- around table these subjects would cut the er hours for such office.
In Jacksonville Friday. Misses Harriet and Dorothy I 'sweet p"otto J. H. FIELDS. .
visitor daughters discussion about pro cost of operating the schools to a"reasonable"
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr.,
ask pel- Fla. 12 1032.
progressive Starke
nation July ,
Rltch spending two weeks be
are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode, Mr. duction. To follow will some ties In the White House loiteadof figure. ____. __u_ ______ __ -
D. C. Klnlaw Is spending at Daytona Beach. unusually Interesting talks about + h
and ;,firs. W. II. Wainwright and do-nothlnglsm. It wants relief ''OU.Y.Y ANNOUNCES
some time at Jacksonville Beach.. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight were how light affects: vegetable plants! (lot the unemployed. It needs in. Tallahassee The only I way an I FOR CITY MAIlsll\L 1'
Col. Perse L. Gaskins and children dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs E. and variety and strain tests of Dtttlon. It demand an end of go- Independent candidate' for county, a
Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Wednes of Jacksonville spent Saturday E. Branch of Jacksonville Beach vegetables In Florida. Marketingwill eminent for and by prlTlleg It state or national olTIca can get his
for Clearwater Beach for a 'With Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darbyat take the day Thursday morning the Democratic) party permits a name on the general election ballot I hereby announce myself a can
day Saturday. ot dictators to stop I'iHJnte for the ofTtco of marshal of l
Lake. Hlatt State Mar-, mall croup
visit. Kingsley when 8. W. (In Florida Is to have it written
will M, R. Roosevelt, stopping; Roosevelt Wilt' the city of Starke, subject to the ::Faction
keting Bureau, speak' there by the voters on election day, f
:Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand also stnp the Democrat! party
of the voter at the election t
Hiss Eva Marcotte of Havana,, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover spent Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long with Ensign, of the Experiment Station I -*:t November and save lluciverlam Attorney General Cary D. Landls 13th. t -.
to be held on Tuesday, Sept
Cuba, Is the guest of Miss Lois Sunday In South Jacksonville with their guests, Mrs. D. C. Forehandand will discuss the bulge pack, and from defeat"-. ,-riilU. I'a, Record has advised an Inquirer. If elected I promise the citizen! of (I..
Mrs. Hoover's parents, Dr. and D. E. Timmont! extension econ- (Ind. Dem ?' ,
Colley. daughter, Margaret, of Albany, Starke efficient laW enforcementI-
and Mrs. A. S. Mrs. James Chase Ga., and Mrs. W. T. Jackson of omist, will speak about H. Harold motor "Governor Roosevelt Is Independent I Y: Carlton without fear or favor. Your vote ;t "
State's Attorney truck transportation Tallahassee Governor )
Baconton, Ga, are spending two (
fearless courage and will be appreciated. ;
support tt
Crews spent Wednesday in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Darby of Ft. weeks at Kingsley Lake Hume will then tell about truck one lie does bin own thinking; and today has said he Instructed Palm tf J. RAY "

Myers, are guests of Mr. 1)arby'sparents ---- crop investigations at the Experiment I his own acting lie cannot be Beach county authorities to give +- COLLEY.'i r ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darbyat Mrs.: P. E. Canova, Miss Bunnie Station and how they may i bandied by politicians It! Is these "all possible protection under the JOHNS ANNOl'NCKM'
Miss Eva Eva Marcotte of Havana Kingsley Lake. Canova, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Ca- benefit the growers. characteristics that make him law" to a group of Fllllplno farm- FOR CITY 'I.EllK 'i' r

Cuba, Is the guest of Miss nova, Jr., and ton, Paul III, Mrs. Friday morning Dr. O. C. Bryan i strong with the masvas and on who tb* ers evicted from their Everglade;: .
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright of the College'"of,Agriculture, will other hand displeasing to those farm lands by white neighbors :'
Lola Colley. George Flynn, Miss Martha Powell, ; 'I seek to dominate party politi ca." I hereby announce myself 1J'
and family left Tuesday for Black Betty Ann Flynn and George open with a tallf'about the adap Davenport, la. Democrat. (D). -- candidate for the office of city
Mrs. B. E. Drlggera and three Mountain, N. C., where they will Flynn, Jr. have returned after Lion of soils to various truck crops. Coca Location In Dellair Arcade clerk, for the City of Starke, sub,4 s i

sons of Lake Butler, were visitors spend two weeks. spending aweek at the Gray cot- Talks and a demonstration about "Of all who have been proposedfor being remodeled to house HobNob Ject to the will and best judgment .,is
In Starke Tuesday tage at Kingsley lake.Farmer's irrigation will folfow,' and a round the Democratic presidential Lunch Room. of thIS voters In the oily election '
Mrs. E. J. Lewis of Rising, Mr. -, table_dlscusllion 'bout cover cropswill nomination, only one bus evoked to be held In September 13, 1832. I''+

Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand F. J. Norman and three daughtersof Week To conclude th Mrs. F. B. Johns spent Wed- Vanderbilt viol ted Mrs. George All groups are to attend the gen- a
been indented in more than two Nash purchased Palm Cafe. and Bradford county and feel thatI ,
nesday in Marianna. Gardiner Saturday. Have Big Livestock eral assembly at 11 each morning States. Only one has appealed to am duly qualified to fulfill the } ry
when such noted speakers as Gov- the common country's Imagination Winter Garden Plontets' Seed duties of city clerk. If elected tax- 94
Edith Jones has returned from Mrs J.'M. Alvarez Mrs. W. P. And ernor Carlton and others will be on and judgment: tie. Is Franklin D. Store opened In Clinic building. payers will find m* on the job r'I'
Tampa, where she visited her father Randall and son, Bill, Jr., and Miss Crops the rostrum. Roosevelt to whom point every when my services are needd. t 1 t ,t
of the times as the next nominee
Wed- alga
,, Mr. W. D. Jones. Hazel Middleton spent spent of the nation's Democracyand Inverness Work of remodeling" tf. CARL JOHNS
nesday in Jacksonville. Gainesville, Fla.-Livestock and ECONOMY: SUMMKR: RECIPES the next president of the United Conner building, Main street to .
Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. H. A. field crop producers will find ap SUUi."-AtlauU, Qa. Journal I house post office nearing comple- FOR CITY M.\RSILIL f4
Dew motored to Jacksonville Fri- Miss Grace Andreu spent the unusually helpful program at Often in hot weather, especially (Dm) tion.

day and spent the day. past two weeks with her brother- Farmers' Week to be held at the on Sundays and''when the house- 8 8 -- I hereby announce my candidacy ; o 4

in-law. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. University of Florida August 8-12. wife Is entertaining friends for din- i "Mr. Roosevelt possessa very Orlando -- Annual, convention of for the office of city marshal otSt"rke jj .1 t
Mrs J. D. Doyle, Miss Florence P. DeBerry of Branford.Mrs. After the main address Monday ner, the best menu Is one that can qualification of a national his leader mind, Florida Grape Growers' Association subject to action of voter 1 '

GUI and Mrs. Etta Fay Gill spent morning and a complete tour of the be served cold. Jellied veal, or I a and man who who will knows subscribe to own the principles held here recently at the election September 13th. If r 4j- -

Sunday at Camp.Foster. H. C, Wall returned Sunday Experiment farms and livestock salmon loaf, along with sliced tomatoes and popular demand which __ .. .__u__ elected I will serve the town to w
after spending a month' In Tampa, quarters, Monday afternoon, the potato 4alad/ and peas, I the people of the country upecL Hollywood Effort being made the best of my ability. Your vote t' n
Mrs. T E. Strange of Palatka, St. Petersburg and Jacksonvillewith special livestock and crops session may well be made the main dish.\ They have not bean ao honored for to secure $9,000 electric fountainfor 'I will be appreciated.'k't':

"' Is spending: this week with her sis relatives and friends. will get underway Tuesday- morning Lemon snow wUl.fnake a fine des- I twelve years."-E. 1C. Hayes Saak center of Harding square. t!. J. Q. BOYD
Wise. FlosMr Pr* (Rae). ,
Friday These were City -- -
occasion. --
ter, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. and run through noon. sert for the I -- ---- -- --- --
Mrs. R. C. Dowling and children,, Featuring talks by W H. Black, main Sunday tllshes In the recent I I

Miss Lois Colley, Ollelta Glllls- Mrs. L. E. Dowling and Mrs. Mae in'charge, of beef cattle'Investigations economy experiment at the Florida A i,
pie and Eva Marcotte were visitors Jones of Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with the IT. S. Department Experiment station'! CENT WORD rye iItlt r '

to Palatka last week. 4 4Mre. with Mrs W. E. Middleton. Agriculture, and research workers Salmon Loaf f 1 1j ty'ty'1I

and leading cattlemen In Florida Use one can of salmon, 1-2 cup- COLUMNFOR
Ethel Scott of Wildwood Is Miss Hazel Middleton returned the Tuesday morning session ful boiled salad dressing, one table-
the guest of Mr. and Mrs\ L. S. 1 home Sunday from Brookavllle,, will have much to offer concerning spoonful gelatine ,soaked (in 1-2 ---- --- 1I i.
Hutto and family this week. where she was the guest of Miss beef cattle Improvement and feed cupful cold water, a boiled egg, a SALE -- 2000 Missionary +
for a week. Mr. Black recently returned strawberry Iants. James Lamb.
Millie Armatutz ing. tomato and a little green pepper. .
Misses Edna and Carrie Hutto from Africa with about 30 head Add the gelatine to the hot dress- It .

and Miss Helena Prather spent Mr. and Mrs. W. 1+. Edwards and of Africander cattle for crossing Ing and then mix with the salmon. F'OitSALE CHEAP--Studebaker

Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. little daughter, Fredrlka were with cattle along the Gulf Coast in ,Chop up the tomato, pepper, and roadster, in good condition Call
week-end guests of Judge and Mrs. an attempt to Increase hardinessand 'boiled egg and garnish the bottomof Starke Hotel. It*

Col and, Mrs. D. E. Knight were A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake. disease resistance.In a mold with It. Add tha'salmon 4

the guests of their son, Paul E. the afternoon H. McDowell, mixture. Put In lee box and later FOR SALti! Strong Missionary'

Knight in Gainesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan had manager of Swift and Company, cut in slices to serve. strawberry plants, $2,25 per CERYI
as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Moultrie, G$., will discuss what the Jellied Veal thousand. Will also exchangefor CR0
Ming Fenella Snyder returned Mrs. Charles Peeler of Jacksonville,, market demands In beef, and others Buy about 25 cents worth of veal chickens. See Mrs. DuBois, ,

home after a visit with Miss and Mlsa Alatbea Ennla of Tampa.Mr. will "peak, ,about getting size shanksj; ,,nave the butcher cut the Box 251, Rt. 2, Starke. It: I *
Lillian Garrla of: Jacksonville and quality in animals. A talk bones. Simmer!Hie shank until the house and
FOR SALE--Six room
and Mrs W. S. Yelvingtonand about the trench silo and a visit to 'meat la very-tender and there Is .
two lots three blocks from Call'
Emmett Gahagan of Savannah, son, Billy, of Hastings, spent the Station's beef cattle test plots only about 1 1-& cupfuls of stock. ,
Ga., is visiting at the home of his Sunday with Mrs. Yelvlngton's will be other features Tuesday af Cut the meat into small pieces and .street for sale small dirt cheap farm, or J L. bt #
grandfather, Mr. L. C. Powell. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gar- ternoon. season with pepper and celery and exchange It* _

diner. The facts about peanut pork, pour the stock over it. Add the Frazee,Attorney. Grits Meal'
Mrs. T. B. hassle and children, 'market grades for hogs, swine im marrow from the bones. Place : 'ST-Llgbt red bay mare mules,, or ,

Joan and Tom. ,are spending a Mrs. Lamlra Murden and son,, provement, and forage crops for about a five-pound weight over the one has brand on left shoulder,
month in Miami( with relatives. Jackie Joe have returned from a 'hogs will be feature attractions mixture to mold it and set in the scars on right side; other brandon 10 pounds 13c Paconlb.---9c M : (

month's visit In Norfolk Va., Wednesday morning. The .afternoon ice box. Later slice and serve. jaw. Notify Louis Harris,,
Mr. Paul Byck of Thomasville, Baltimore. Md., Atlanta, Ga., and program will be held jointly Lemon Snow Raiford, Fin 1t'FOR 1 1itosedale {,

Ga, was a business visitor In other points. with the dairy section and L. M.. Use a package of jello, 1-2 lemon '
Starke Tuesday and Wednesday. i Rhodes, state marketing. commissioner 1 egg, a teaspoonful of cornstarch SALE--At great Mcrlllce:2: No 2 Call Sliced No. 2 }-2 Can-Table s
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and Dr. J. V. Knapp, state vet 1- 2 cupful sugar, and a tore buildings on lot and half '
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brownlee and small son spent last week in Plant erinarian, and workers with the pint of milk. Dissolve the jello and facing Walnut street near Wash.. Peaches---1 '

family are spending this month at City. Mr. Boring returned Sun- Experiment Station and Agricul- add the lemon juice.( When the jel ington Avenue, or will exchange

the Weeks cottage at Kingsley.Miss day, while Mrs. Boring and son remained 'turat\CUege\ ; will appear on the ly Is about to set beat with a ro- for small farm. J. L. Frazee, AN* Pineapple luc Tire Rest ifry

for a longer visit. program. tary egg beater. Add the white of torney. It # ,
Casale White returned today Thursday morning, talks about one egg which, has been stiffly -- -
after spending five weeks in i Circle No. 1 of the Baptist church hogs in the general farm system, I beaten. Beat and place In. Ice box. I

the mountains of North Carolina.Mr. ,will have an all-day meeting at raising the pig crop, and a meat : Next, make .a cyutard using the FLORIDA LARD True Love Flour 1 it'll
I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee's at Kingsley cutting demonstration will b* the cornstarch, sugar, egg yolk, and
and Mrs. Dan Pike of Jacksonville lake, next Tuesday. A covered- features.: In the afternoon a tour milk. Pour the custard: over the THEATRE r, 9

are guests of Mr. and dish luncheon will be nerved. of the Experiment Station hog lots jelly to serve. I 3 pounds 20c 24 pounds 55c
Mrs. H. C. Wall at Kingsley lake. and steer grazing tests will be GAINESVILLE;: FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ]Mills and made: anal then the group will mo- : MANY FARMERS!: WEEKATTRACTIONS --------- -- ----- --........ ... r
Mr. and Mrs Richard Boring of family returned to their home In tor to the Angus herd of J. B. I TO GOON PILOGRAH \\KKK OF ATM. 4 tJ.- )
Galnesvlle, are !spending! two weeks Mandarin Sunday after spendingthe Simonton, Mlcanopy, for practical AIR WEn URL'F: {Whole( Grain No. 2 CansTOMATOES

at the Johns cottago at Kingsley week here with Mrs. Mills'mother demonstrations and for a meetingof TODAY Blue Rose
Lake. Mrs. E. M. Thomas. the Florida Angus Breeders' As- Gainesville Fla.-Many of the
sociation. attractions of Farmers' Week to J.lOSELltRVMOnr. 'a tl''

' Mrs. 8. V. Causey, of Albany, Mrs. Meador T. Wells and Miss Friday morning the program will be held at the University of Flor- In RICE
Ga. Is son-in-law have returned to their man- ida August 8-13 will be broadcast 1VASIIINGTON3LSQUERADE" 2 .. 1 15c
the guest of her Marie Saul be devoted to the profitable cans .
and daughter. Mr and Mrs. H. J. home In Atlanta, Ga., after 'a visit agement of farms in Northwest over state radio station WRUF, 5 d 15c .
SewelL here with their brother and sister- Florida. Throughout the week liberal according to announcement by Col- Added Mills Brothers In pounds t t
J. A. Saul. of Agriculture and broadcastIng "I .\111'& Got Nobody"SATURDAY
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. time will be given for farmersto lege
Mrs. Frazier 'Shaw of Ralford, ask questions. Entertaining officials. Thompson Seedless

and Miss Lucille Johnson of Miami, Mr. and :lira. D, C. Jones, Miss features will be presented each Each morning< at 11 o'clock EST, Octagon E ; {i ,
spent Wednesday with Mrs. Pearl Elise Jones and Arthur Darby night and addresses by widely the principal address will go on "MAN FROM: YESTERD V" GRAPES y le +

Snyder. Jones of Gainesville, spent Sunday known speakers will be given at the air. Monday, August 8, the WithCLAUIETTE & Powder ,}i fa r
with :Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and the general assembly each morning speaker will be Hon. Nathan COLBERT!: Soap

Mr. and Mrs., H. A. Dew and Mrs. A. M. Darby at Kingsley lake. at 11 o'clock. Mayo, commissioner. of agriculture C1JVK BROOK pounds25c
family left for Jacksonville Monday e while Tuesday State Forester ------ -. --- IQfor f 25c ? c ivr

where they will make, their Mrs. J. W. White, Miss Olive Fort Lauderdale Closing of Harry Lee Baker will discuss MONDAY ONLYMta.e ,
nome. Amelia Ray, Wee Mona I Broward county jail threatened "Forestry fo. .. Ray, Miss the Show and Vaudeville 1{
Alderman and Betty Marshburn by Sheriff A. W. Turner because will bring en address by Governor DIXIE BATHING BEAUTIES Lemons doz 25c t

Miss Kate Struth returned Wed- were at the state farm Wednesday of failure of other county official: Doyle E. Carlton, and on On the Screen ,
Jacksonville where visiting ;Mr. J. S. Butch and Mrs. to provide funds for prisoner up- Thursday Dti.uJ' Walter J. Matherlyr MONDAY & TUESDAY SUGAR

rte visited her sister, Mrs. W, L. J. T. Adams. keep was avoided today at conclusion of the University, will speak "SKYSCRAPER SOULS" t
Edwards.Mrs. : of a special session of circuit about '"Th Culture of Agricul WithWAHRKN Iceberg
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CoL and Mrs. Hollis V. Knight I court. The session cleared the ture." Friday main talk will be %VILLl.tyfWEDNESDAY pounds -

Anna Alvarez( Miss Dor Mid little daughter Merry Beth, left docket, with 100 percent of the Mr*. Ola P-IIa.I4.alcolm.: of the Lettuce ; frk! t''
12 U. 3.! Department of Agriculture,
othy AlvarezIlsymomd and Francs Tuesday for Wilmington, Del, cases: re uItt g"fD conviction
Alvarea. MI a Nadine Colson where they win visit Mrs. Knight' prisoners were sent to Ballard who will discus "The permanent-
ad Mrs. W. Colson returned to brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and prison farm. Value of the Home"Then Cheese lb. 15c heads - ISeA
Reir home in c-kaonvllfo! Friday Mr. W. W. Bartow. They will also . at noon each day of Florida .
"ter spending sometime at Klagy *- visit friends and relative In Wash Flagler Beach-J. M. Campbell Farm Hour will be on the air Ann Dvorak and David Manners 4
Lake. lagton and Philadelphia. purchased? Flagler Beach Hotel..AWh'IN& to present talks by widely known 9 +

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I s } Taxes TexeeDeserlptlea bee. T. n.. A. Owner" c..t.EY. Whereas, the legislature <- .
/ + t, Deaerlplloa II... T. R. A. Om..r A Catsxalot21 Nee. T. n. A. Owner & Cast.AE4 D..etptkra under the constitution ,II
,' CtH&Sby! \ of 1'110\4:\ .__ 11 6 21 40 Anna O. Morrhee ___ .__ 11.70 01 8WI WI Aof8Yof81334of 21 6 II 1 JIm Onld ---._____ 1.17 the State of Florida, did of sa s
0' of pees too
BE) Cor ot E" NW\I\ AW4&Warof \ \ Joint Resolutions
40 ft EkWIn" W NI1\I:\ of IIW .. -- --II "II 411 Michael. & Sprouts _____ 11.00 84 of 8W'4 of NE\4\ of 10..2 ments to the proposing lone '
same Town of Lawtey _____ ___ 11 II II I John Williams ---- constitution
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WIy of f.W'4' cf $Err, 18 II n II Cameron Stove Co. ___._ 6.90 8WIIt f the
of Hy __________83 ( ttI J. L. Harrell A Co. ____ 11.6 : ----- NI:4 of 1'110'4BE'4 of state of Florida and the
m 486 Town of Lawtey WW'of'\ f k"1\ of NW'411 II II 20 3..A. W. H. Andrew. __ 6.tO S'h of 12 6 II G T. D. Demaree _____ I." agreed to by a vote of thrlt .fllT*
E of Rj'> Sec. 13 14 SO &.20 5 21Lot Howell Turpentine Co.__ 61.<$ :' SW NE4 44 <<;'fS-%%-_ill 6 II lU 3. A. Conway _------ 8.17W44 NE'4 ofNWty of NFiq &N of all the members< ..."
13 of *
houset that the
Town of Lawtey N1LjV5 votes
S1r 1 8 _._. 26 S S3 Mrs| M. E. Padgett ___ 4.29 SW4 & a strip 441 ft wide II A of Wlil of of Resolution on Paid JOln
14 IB 6,81Ni
Sec. 1* Mike Marucca were
Ry W or same -------------H 6 II 6 John 3. Conway __ 8,13SW4 NC"-: _______ .____.22 II U 11 ----- entered upni IK*'i i
8W' Cor '
respective Journals
t lots
; : "t 10 .X of of NEye d NE4SID" \ of with this ,
''nil ft by 110 ft earn of 8W14 NEI4 5 T. B. Demaree _________ 11.11 and nays thereon, and 2
of of Edw.rd. 1.U ; _ ___..2! 6 II they did .?
811'1. 111'1'4 6 II 20 Mn. doeepbine "
4k. Town or (awtcv. 15 of HySees of of NW'41S 81334&N NI ot SW'4' of NFWi\ _____11 6 U 10 Daniel ____ 10.11 termlne and direct that the .:
11.87 NW'4 NEe\ ?
S3 14 IB & .26 B 22 ICowell Turpentine Co Joint Resolutions be .
% of 8W'4of: Sm'4 ___16 8 U BO Unknown ____ 10.41 SW4 of NE4 of submitted
Wby210 NiWof .
the electors
10.n of
1L.otlO6ftE& & \ _ U 8 12 I Ed Williams _____ the state at tfi. n
NEY4 of SW\o\ of All .
ft H 8W Cor ofot1 of BE14 &. eral Election In November "
of NW\4\
0 awn 434.A In SE'I of $W of817IA SWS 1932
of Lawtey & SJJ; of NOW. THEREFORE: I. 1..
NFy4 of BW\4\ % A bray;
& all NW\4 of I
\ \ 134of
E of Ky Bern 21 14 26 A28 ( 22 Mr. Anna Lou Henry ---------2$ 6 II .0 3.M. Truby 11.11W' Secretary of State of the
Cor and John UodwJn .... SLI/! !: W 01 J'lIbllo road1II I II 11 r.. R. Edwards ___.... 1t.7 NWyW of BW'iI't State "i
Com 10S ft K of --- Wl4 of NWI4 o. 81334"" _____III 6 II 10 Mary Hunter ____ 10.11'' o of \ SW\4.\ N Florida do hereby give notice thll!
fn of Lot 10 .* run It 110ft IS II n 15 Bradford Count Bank '.IIIS a
Corn: lOt I'll!) nor of l4!: oNE 6 A __ __ ____ __
19 JOB ft B. 110 ft W of !,' run S 7111 It W W4 of of NIC'4' ______21 6 II 20 Frank Stern ____ 10.11 GENERAL ELECTION:\
105 ft in boa Town Sec {1 4111 ft N 741 It 1D tD6 It to N'1I of flPJJ of SE\4\ all I will be held In each
( 1 Lawtey B of Ry heR ____________11 d U Gilbert Dixon __ 1.21 S% of % of SEy' 1'1 of .. Ida on Tuesday next county succeeding In
LoVu *mf-5c r--L -ii 22 B ItS .henry John aodwln __ 22,42i All that portion of 8WV. of road __________13 6 1:1: 28 A. 3. Thomas -- $1.67 first Monday In thl?
i of Blk 111 of It I W Ihat W I A of a 9 A t. 1983 the said Tuesday November A. >'
E Ry
of Lawley being
Town all of Blia of 81334 ot the
of Blk l 8 of R /
Sac. 13 24 25 A -------21 21 -How.1I 1 Turp.ntln. Co. __ ".12 W lying S of Sec line di.vldinq I. 1'1 of road ____28 6 n 2 T. 3. 811cox _____ I.n BIOIITH DAY OF NOVEMBER
r 4 1.nt100ftN&Nby400ft/ S..c.. 18 & 11 In .,. AI Wo of NE4 of 8134 8of for the ratification or .
4+1 B! &20 W Town In NW of Lawtey Cor of Tenpl. flub Div ___21 II n I Unknown ________ 1.14 road 23 II II 9 Mre. Eltl. IIowe 11.27 the said Joint Resolutions propo"ln of
Lot NW\4\ of NW\4\ ------11 II 10 -4.82 E 4 A of a 1 acre trlangs amendments to the Constitution o1
26 ___ 11.96
of Ky Sees 8 11I In.. W. J. Chandler
all of of $1134Wo4bf
Lust Iso N&44 II A com at NlD cor of being 84 the State of Florida vis:
8by40oftE&WInNW 29 ex .a lint! ft NW\4\ of 8"4 run W oW' oaw28 6 12 6 Mra. Dora Sullivan 1.GO

U80 It S 11I0 ft JI! IGltt ft HM4o
('or Town of Lawtey B N ft to b... 6 III 11 Unknown ______ 11.01 NW'4 or of NW44 __83 I zr: aD Harry Stern ___ 11." A :JOINT RESOLUTION Propn.|n to
11 24 15 SIt Mr.. Ann Lou Henry 4r ---------- Amend Section B of
Bees -
II of Ry --- 4410 01 of NE'H ofSR" Artlple (I of
Portion 134
Lot 14 Lot J6A Town of John Oodwln ______ 17.53y N y SW'4 0W4 S of Starke & the Constitution of the state of
N 11 A .. 8i. of esSAinSWCur&NEIA lying
Lawtey' B of Ry Sees 11 Middleburg" pUblic road _II 8 22 13 J. A. Howe ___ ...nNWJt Florida Relating to County Com
,r 24 15 A ____________38 SIS )(. 3. Bell ___________ I'.'" of all of mlssloners.
NE" W4
5 Lot IT Town of Lawtey K $W4 :' : A I4Wof 8134.I : of BE IT RKSOLVEH BY THE LE01H.
all E44
t 1 of Ky Her. 11 24 25 ___28 itt .10. Coop.r ______ 1.71 road I & 8w\4\ of NE4 AI LATURE OF THE STATE
a + Lot 4> Town of Lawtey E W34\ of W'4 of 8ID'H _-/7 4 18 111. //IIu.I. Lila Griffin ___ 11.01N1:14 of -E\4\ of NW\4\ 1'1 or FLORIDA: or

of Sec ta 14 2B &___28 SIs Will Lea 1.U !: of NEW ___________18 II II 40 Unknown ______ 11.47 public road Not of 8E'4 That section 5 of Article
ity U 4 II 11 :Mrs. Cells Carter __ ".11E'h I of the
W38 of NW 8 U .0 C. H. Cummings _____ 1'.1i0 of
n }I Lot 41 Town if, Lawtey K! B otffi9. of NW---1/ ot1314ofSWNofPeek : Constitution of the State of Florida,

} of Ky Sees 13 14 25 &... 28 5 S! I. W. Robln.on ______ ..19 NE-II. 1-8 A ________18 II II 11 Lydia T.on __ 4,60 : road -6 U U W. S. Bowers ______ 18.11 and relating the to oounty Is commissioners bt
y) Lot 41 Town of Lnwtey E W l.a of NWIi of NEy-\ SE'4. nf aW\4\ .& 1334 ofNW4 sam hereby amended knil
w of Ry Hoc 13 14 15 A __28 t 22 J. W. Robln.on _____ '.118 111.1 A. N1!: 40f NWv.U i II 58 Gad Tyson ;.____ 1I.U of 8E'H of SWI4 _15 6 18 IS Martha C. Herndon 10.11NE'4 as amended Is agreed to and shell
p __ S Lot 4* Town of LJ'"vt-y fcl. SW'4 of NE'4' 8E'4 of of NPR--------I6: 6 BI 40 A. Bronk. _______ 19,708Wy4 be submitted to the electors of the
a +, ; of Ry Meoe 21 14 25 A ___38 S 21 Fannie Robinson ___ 1.17 NWy4 & Ny, of E 8.8 of of SE -2. 8 I. .0 J. E. Corpening ____ 14.11 State of Florida at the general eleo

Lot II Town of Lawtey JD) NW\4\ of NE" ________18 6 283 Wm. Ty.oa' _____ n.1I E of SE of-51334U Lion of Representatives to be held In
of Ry Hoc 2* 24 25 A 28 5 It Mr.. E. n. Harmon ___ ..19 \ .. f A In II Cor ___ ._____17 6 U 19 D. E. Brandt _______ 10,48SN 1931 for approval or rejection. Said
+ Lot 68 Town of Lawtey E 34 of$W344" 8w____18 6 U .0 Elisabeth D.Su. 11.13 of .. Section B of Article 8, as mended
9 of Ry 8-es II 14 IB ....11 I SI a.o. 3. White ________ 11.81 NW'4 of 8W4U\ 1Ain8SNp r "4" of BEt&NEB. of shall read as follows:
4i Lot I Otfs Sub DIY In B! ( for chur 9 II 89 Elisabeth D.Su. ___ 11,01V 8W14ex W Ij A&ex3: Section 5. Immediately upon tin
Lawtey.: __..___-__.--:.98: 5 11 Florence 8111.- _____ ..89 od o w4'tea'ls A for road ________.1 21 91 R. n. Pr.vatt ___ n.75 ratification of this amendment the
r''' s I.I ots I8 M 16 UllS Bub Dlv < 1 A ----------_-_!- _II I II 14 Willi. Ann D.n ____ ...10A NW\4 of 8W\4\ (Of NE\4\ __11 6 II 10 Kit WU1lam. ____ .91, county of 1.h e11eerdl.
Y' '. In B Lawtey __ _-._.,. 5 11 Howell Turpentine Co. _. 8.E1 strip 100 ft wide NAB SBVt'of NBH' ex about 8 A I oral counties of this state ah .
f I KH of BWH of NEV"- _____11 6 11 10 A. P. Eleanor' Schnell. n." across B end of WH Of off K! side &IIAinNW vide ,thai- respective counties Into
bf RW"-{, of ME"-" of NEy!: ____at 6 11 10 M. a. Sch.ltlln ____ 11.71 NEU\ of NEK E of road ..10NW 6 tt 1 :Mrs Marie L. Dwan ____ 3.34 Cor&4AIr1SWCor&NE4. five commissioners' districts to be
"II sE44 of BEI/i4 NEW ___14 6 It 10 Mrs. O. D. Scheltlin ___. 6.41 >4 ex 40 A oft W side ANM \ of BBVi.ex" about 4 numbered respectively from one to
Il SE'4 of of NEVi A. of 8W4&81334. of AInNEoorkIAlnNWCor five Inclusive, and each district
;. N\it\ of -4 8 11.0 If. O. Grant _______ 11.11 HWVi\ N of road .______10 6 S3B 338 Susie A Lila Griffin ___ 8X54 A 1V4.A\ In SB cor __17 t S3 65 Mrs. Mattle M. Morgan 30.61 .shall be as nearly as possible equal
W'1I of NBw'o'f! NWvJ ____25NH 5 11 10 J. B. Starling ._._____.. 11.0' WM., o? BBVi' A WM of 8EVt 1 Lot In NW Cor of WH of In proportion to population and
S of HRVi of, NWVi\ A SE\4\ of ____20 S3B 100-Mrs. Bella Daniel 16.84 BBVi of 8BH of NEVi 86 thereafter there shall be In each of
25NH C It 10 Ellen Green _____ 17.01 8Nyt" such districts
of SEll of NWH -------- 8H of : of BWV4, ex 1 ft E &Wby 110ftN& a county comml.Hion-
',) I of BWV. of NWVi" ......25BWVi 6 11 10 Lee Miller ........ 11.0( Lot In Nli. Cor W of road.11 33 10 J. W. Edwards ___ 11.63 8 ___-________-28WH 6 23 A. J. Wllkerson ______ 11.09 3 er who shall be elected by the qua!.
of BWH\ of NWVi\ ___15BEVi 6 11 10 Magnolia Williams 8." Bear 10 ft W of NE Cor of of NEVi of SEH of Ified electors of said county at the
kl s.j NWli __25BWVi ft 11 10.A. Paul ..______ time and
of \ of BWU 6.41 NW'4 of 8WV4\ A run WIn NEH\ & WStof8134of place of voting for other
of NKVi of SWU ___26 6 11 10 Lawtey State Bank ... 5.41 ft If tit ft B 178 ft N BBVi' of NEH ex 1 lot In county officers, and shall hold nil
{ NW y4 of SWVi\ of BWVj __.15NH t 23 10 Richard Smith. ...... 8." tit ft to beg ________..11 8 S3 S Mary: Lee _______ 4.1'1 NW CoroSft13&Wby office for four years; provided how.
iE of NW% of BWH" of Com 110 ft N of BE Cor of 110 ft N A 8 _______......28SWVi ( S3 10 13. M. Thomas ______ '0.01 ever that the county commlnaloneri.
8R% 1'11.1 of NEVi of N .' \ of 8E\4\ of NBH 28 6 2. 10 Albert Bronke ___ 80.74 I .from the election la
a1. of even
} BBW MWV4 ._.___2BPE',4 5 11 10 Catherlnen Wilson __ I.U 310ft4W313ftS110ft13}; Lots 2 4 of Blk 8 OriginalTown 1932 the numbered dl.-
1 of BEH of BWVi 25W' B S3 10 Wm. Anderson ___ 8.U 816 ft to beg-1% A -,__21 6 23. S Moselle Holley _..__ '.8'1 of Starke-NEVi of trlcts, shall serve for two years, and
li ? of NW'4' of NMVf'o'f&NEy4ofNWIJ4of bee; 480 ft SWVi __.__.__38 I 33 James Kite _...___ 28.77 those from the odd numbered din-
lug r of SWV4 of SWB&run Com 88 1-. ft W of SB Cor trlcts shall serve. for four yearn. and
BEI4j ____ __211 I III IS Bradford County Bank .
11.86 N$15ft W 310115ft t8 of Lot 7 of Bile 17 A run thereafter the terms hall he four
NW4 nf NW\4\ of fH4:\ ___25 5 21 10 A. M. Blanrhard __?-._ 8.41 B 210 ft to beg ex N 108 ft W 10 1.8 ft 8 years. The powers", duties and compensation
''J' FlW4! or NW\4\ of mIl' ____211 5 11:1: 10 B. F. Kauffman ______ 8.41 lint 60 ft N A S by 115 105 ft to Call Bt B 80 1-8 of such county coniml.-: :
BWV4 of NW4\ of NI'.V" & ft B A W In SB' Cor ___21 8 S3B 2 Octavla Ellerson __ 8.40 ft to beg Original I Townof Boners shall be prescribed liy law.
>''r / "of nf SEyf of g1d1Rf P8Et2 Com 420 ft N of SB Cor of Starke-NBH; \ of SWH-28" 8 21 Sam Rosenberg _..__ '11.11IIn..w
& SE'4 of $WlN of/ HWH it SW4&runN' at NW Cor of Call A A JOINT RESOLUTION Prnponlnn
liE 14 __ .-_________25. n II C. IL Williams ..______ ".'0 60 ft W 115ftS50ft3D Walnut 8,. ft run W on an Amendment to Section 2 and to

? r ,; N'-it of NEVS of BWH of 115 ft to "beg _-_--_-..,....21SWVi 23 Josephine Ellerson: 7.80 Call St 149 ft 3 In to apt Section 4 of Article' V of the Constitution .
4i S, BBVi: A WH of NWVi\ of of NBH\ of BBVi AWH of beg thence N 106 ft of Florida Relating to
BEVi of SKCi _____25 (11 10 L. II. Houston ___ 6.01 \ of BBVi' of BBVi\ ____21 6 23 SO 1111''.. Lee Morgan -_.._ 11.93 W16 ft B 106 ft B 16 ft the Judiciary Department.BE .
WH of NEH\ of BBVi of On. A on the 1-3 side of the to beg In Blk 11 Original IT RESOLVED BY TUB: I.EOIS-:
1 NEVi A KH of NWVi of 13 A tract of land form Town of Btarke-NEH\ of LATtTRB OF THE STATE 0?
1.+ S SEVI of NMV1 B 11 10 John HnHard ______ 6.01 erly owned by P. C. 000<1- 8WVi ________28 6 II-D. E. Knight ______ 35.75 FLORIDA!
5'4. of N',4of, N20I4" or BEBWVi .26V 6 12 10 Arthur Lee _______ S.ll wine In Nof\ NBVi\ of One lot on N side of Call That the following amendment, to
of NEVi of HE'A' BWVi bounded N by Wm. Bt S2V4\ ft E A W by 210 Section 2 and to Section 4 of ArticleV
I 8of 8W>\4 of BWVi of Hull B by Sarah Scott __11 B S3 1 Ada Mack.? _____ 9.05 ft N' A S bounded N by of the Constitution of the State of
( ''v "r NBVi ----------------3 6'l6 B 11 18 :M. J. Bell __________ 10.36 1 A In BE Cor of the 12 A ." \ Jefferson' St W by land of Florida be and the same Is hereby
9' NH of NEVi of SWHNU tract of land formerly .. Vida V. Morgan S by Call agreed to. and shall he submitted to
FJ _. ,., B II 6 Hattie Cross ____ S.68 owned by P. C. Goodwlne St A B! by Blk 17 Original the electors of the State of Floridaat
G : '( cdSW% of'NEvVW -_____26 8 11B 10 A. Paul ._________ 16.01 In Nof\ NE of SWVi trfir (", Town of Starke- the next general election to beheld
a A of Wt/I.of/ NWH of bounded N by Ada Macks ;'fI NEW of SWVi __-__-28 8 32 Bradford County Bank 10.37 on the first Tuemlay. "'I.r the
1 SEVi of N13'---------2. 11 S A. Paul ?_________ S.17 Lot ________________21 6 22 1 Rosa Hall)'_ ______ 9.05 One lot Com 44H ft W of first Monday In November 1932, for
i EV4 of HEVi! of .r: o' 12AinNofNE4of5W4\ a. NE Cor of Blk 18 A run -' ratification or rejection.
NEVi: -- -_ : -__ BfI 6 13 I Cha. Dlnklni 3.88 Beg SA1-ft E of NW Cor I W on Call Bt 17V4' ft 8 Section !. The Supreme Court
_ I BV4! of SWVi! of 8KNWV : of of NBVi of SWVI & run H8A1 105 ft E S7V4" ft N105ft shall consist of seven (7)) Justice.
V $i I'l'of NVNE'4 of ft H' 667 ft W 1048 ft ', '''JI to beg Orig nat Town of ...... who shall be elected by the qualified .
of Hi.fy.:\ A fi R6 ItN"IDI'If thence N 18 degree B to };, ",Ai" Starke-NEVi of BWH" __88 6 23 J. M. Alvarei _______ 71.5S electors of the state at the time
: !t tR'K'l i of BEVi of SWVi of beg 4H A oft 13; end alto .. ':-"." Lot. 6 7 ex H: 60 ft A part and places ot voting for e J'J'"I' of
I 2$ 5 S3 10 Arthur Lee ________ 8.7B EH\ of131k0SofIt4W ,,'..!',Sr,... of Lots 6 8 of Blk 18 the legislature. The term "
;i 1'1 t II..4 A of N% of NWof I ex 1 A across 8 end Temples .' .. + Original Town of StarkeNEH of .ach Justice shall be six 'flaro.
k's+ NW\4\ ____ .__--____.6 6 S3 6 J. O. Techstone ._______ 11.3' Sub Dlv ------11 6 11. 11 E. I- Biggs ____ 15.10 \ of SWV4" ____,__-28 6 ,33 H. V. Knight ':-..____ 60.00 The term... of office of the Nix Justices -
"Y'1'' of 'W.of NW .8 6 la 10 Mrs. Lee Jeffords' _____ 18,00u WH of Blk l 2 8 of R 1 W 4 : Res Lot In lllk 18 bounded now constituting the Supreme
+ W 898 ft of SV4 of SWVi of A BH' of B1k8SOR : N by Call St B by Starke ., Court shall not be affected by this
,i IHiJ'4 -_-___-?_.....,,16 5 22 6 Robert Strong ____ G.'I1 4 W In Temples Sub Div ,21 6 11 10. Mose & John Covington8,16. HouseA. II V. Knight' 8 > :\IC amendment ''Their suci'eBNor.. hall
WI4 of SiEy4 of SW'H offl1JIIt BWVi of Blk II H of R S W by Madison St A W by be elected In the same manner andat
'r 4 _____.__..__2 6 23 5 Peter Tlsclale _____ 8.58 In NEH' of SWH\ Temple Court Bt ex 1 lot In NW the same"-time and place a. required
WW of SHJil of SEVi" -26 6 28 10 Ilattle Strong ____ 11.06a Sub Dlv-1H A _21 6 22 S .r.... ........._ 1.17 'or 100fthI&Wby 62H by the Constitution .before
2 A In SW ('or o.( NEVi! of 8 B A of NBV4\ of NWVi. ___21 6 21 C 11. D.tieiiMoLt ... 8.03 ft N A S on Call St A ex this amendment. Upon the ralifiratton
(,' ,S S flPJ' of SEW _______16 S 33 3 Bveretta Strong __ 8.58 WH of Blk 1 H of R 3 Wex 1 LotSottid&Wby70 of this amendment It hall be
S k? All 8BV.) of 14W14" W of Hy 1 A In NE Cor & EH ft N & S In BWVi'" Cor the duty of the Governor to appoint .
ex HWVi of NWVi\ of SE\4\ of flk1Aof R8 W In Original Town of BtarkeNBV one additional I Justice. of the
+, SS of SW'>4-A A all 'SWV4 Temples Sub Dlv .. ____21 6 11 9 D. L.. Lloyd _..-, ..-___ 11.37 of SWVi, _-___211 B 33t S. L. Peek Admr ____101.39 Supreme Court and he shall hold office .
e ''fi of HWVi ex SVi of NBV NW4offlk2Sotf2! W Lots 1 8 of Blk 21 Original from the date of his appointment
S ''S S of BWVi of HWVI-1.2 A A NEVi of Blk S 8 of R8 Town of Btarke-NBVi of until Tuesday: after the first
{' "A ex 1 Lot 100 ft sq. sold Win Temples Sub Dlv __31 6 11 B Vonda E. Inman ____ 15.21 SWVi' -__ 11 Geo. C. Krone .______ 71.85 Monday In January 1936 and whose
t ;;$ ; to c'. B. Bennett ------__26 II It 19 f. L. TIarrell & Co. .__ 11.78 SE24ofBIklofR1:' W Lots 5 7 of B1k 25 Original successor shall be elected at the
u : All HEM\ of BWH! B! of Ry2 II 21 12 Mr. Lucy F. Harrell __ 16.01 Temples Sub Dlv S1BH 8.J S S. E. Franklin .._ 10.41 Town of Starke-NEVi of general election In 1934 to hold of-
7 1 Lot 100 ft *<\ on N side of of Elk 1SofIiIW&RI4nfBIicISofRWln: SW'4 __ ___28 8 31B Thelma Williams A C. rice for a term ot six beginning
SWH\ of SW413of&ad!) or Lot. 1i 6 of Blk E. Johns --_-.. 29.07 Tuesday after the first MondayIn

1' Joining state road right Temples Sub Dlv _____11 6 tl 10 Unknown _____ ".11 Ell Original January 1935, and thereafter the
of wav ._ _._ \Tfw3wz .. 11B Dora Alderman ___- S.1B of the justices of the supreme
-26 of Starke
S 11 C. B. Bennett ________ 8,4$ One A In NE Cor of WH successors
,, I, S 8H of SWH of 8WVJ" A 8f Blk I S of R S W In Temples EH of Blk 80 ae extended] court shall be elected at the
7 of NWVi\ of SWVi I Sub Div __.__._.SILots 8 31 1 B. B. Sapp ._ 1.19 on EnlOe,.'. map .. 8 10B general election next preceding theexpiration
1.v BWVI ..____27 5 13 35 Bradford County Dank 13.79 1 t of Blk S Plnehurst ft Original Town ofBtarke of their terms of office
1 y, NH' ofNW\y4 ofNHjb e* W Development In NWVi of NBV4 of SWVi 28 13B J. F> Houser ___ '.U respectively, except In case of an

1j 1.r I :l A ____7 5 11 18 V R. Reddish ____-___ 11." BBVi\ -__________-__11 11 Q. W. Chestnut ___ 3.34 Lot O of Blk 1 ex N 19 ft ( election to fill an :unexplred term, of
j 1340tf NEW: "of"NEjQ o. Lot. 111112 of Blk 4 Livingston. Truby A Cos a Justice whose term of office' may
I A. of Starke In WV of have become vacant.
NWH\ Plnehurst to
? of N 8H of BEVi of liE\\4, of 8BH Lots 4 S'B'T WlVlT-I'ii hear consider and determine causes
WH tV> 8BU:\ of HRVi AHti of Blk B Plnehur.t Development 14 of Blk 10 Livingston.StarkTruby and exercise all Its powers and jurisdiction
1 of 8WVi of BHVi] A In NWH of < A Add to as a single body In which
.5 S S5:'4 of !HBH' of 8WVT_.27 B 11 81 H. H. Ford .__._____ II." SE%.- ___11 6 31S3 R. H. Rollins _____ 4.57 e In Cosof NBVi\ __2S 33t :Mrs. Lee Morgan _.-_.-_. 27.03 case a majority of the members of
B e 4 of NWH of NWV4 ANV4 All Blk 6 Plnehurit Development Lot O&S40ftofLot I of the court shall constitute a quorumfor
t' iI __ \ of NH of SWVi of In NWVi, of Blk 14 bounded 8 by J. the dispatch of business or It

4 NW% ___________ 11 B S3B 10 Bank of Stark. .._...._. 18.81 SEH\ -._-___-___.!! < It. R. Rollins ___ ..$'{ O Turner land Livingston may exercise Its powers and Jurl -
Et of SE\4\ of 8m\4\ .x 6v All Blk 7 Plnehurst. Development Truby A Cos Add to diction In two divisions, under such
N42 of -I3 a A -_____11 S3B Ittt 3. L. Harrell A Co. ..._ 7.81' In NWVi of Starke In WH of NBVi _2S 31B Mrs H. M. Snyder. ___ 18.83 regulation as may be determined by
Lot A ill Lots 1 8BH ___--_____31 B S3 R. I{. Rolllil ...____ 3.91 Lot 8 of BlkIVl"l.s.tOt"c. the Court. Each division shall eon-
Ir In Woodlawn _______19 31 C. L. Hllllard ________ All Blk 1 ex Lots 1 S Plne- Truby ; slat of three members\ of the court
Lots Bt 61 61 In Woodlnwn.19 31B 10 Bradford County Bank 11.47 burst Development In Starke In WH of NEH\ __18 1* O. H. Bennett _______ 18.33 and the Chief Justice who shall by
4 ; BH of Lots 81 64 In Wood- NWVi of BEVi -.11 8 31 R. H. Rollins ___ I." Lot 9 of Blk 14 Livingston virtue of his position as Chief J.'-
C lawn. __.___..____!9Ixit ISB 10 John Barberee __ 8.41 W34ofBik 6SofR1-W Truby A Cos Add to tlce be a member of each division I
1 In Woodlawn ______10 11 10 8. H. Thompson ....._ 4.00 lying B! of W line of NEH Starke In WH> of NBVi _28 B S3B Joe Grlffls ___.- .... and the judgment of either Division
KH of Lot 14 A all Lot II.. of SWH In Temples Sub Lot 11 of Blk 18 LIYln..tonjr'r. concurred In by all the members of
In Woodlawn B. ISB II L. R. Denmark .__-_ 7.17 Di _________._31 6 S3 I Rufu. __ 11.03 A Cos Add. to such Division shall be the judgmentof
''I, Lots 33 14 16 16 47 48 50 8 13 vft of-N--' of Blk 1 : In W 14 of NBH.4 __28 S3B J. H. A. Eva B. Lord ._ 8.1t the court. The concurrence of a
14 69 80 U 63 In Woo"lawnU S3B 110 J. F. Morrison _____.._ ".10 SofUIE&N183fto Lots 1 2 of Blk 19 Livingston majority of the members of the
Lots tt U 41 41 In Wood- RW34ofBlk18ofR1\. Truby" Cos Add to court shall )>e necessary to a deem-
lawn .. .________81 31B 10 Bradford County Bank H.U B! A a 11 ft of NH of 8BH Btarke In WH of NBVi\ _28 S3B Nat Williams __ 30.11 court
Lots 1 1 In Woodlawn ___81 11B 10 Wesley Crew. ____ .n: of Blk 1 8 of R l-E A NH Lota 1 IS. 11 13 3Truby whether t uedcourtlis4sitting In t..o
Lot.487$9103$1t416 of BH of 8BH! of Blk 1 Blk SB Livingston. divisions or when acting, as a slsle'
16 17 11 13 8 R 1 B Also I ''1 A Co. Add to Stark. In body.
.8 19 308$1$4t86l16 17 18 ell&'o at BW Cor of NBH of W;{, of NEH __________S3 31B Wm. C. Prather ".11I All capital canes, all canes Involving
39 40 41. 41 43 44 4A 46 Rlk lSofRl E&run S Lot. I 3 3 of Blk 11 Living, the determination of irate'
,41, 47 fA 49 60 61 51 61 (4 66 Northerly 81 ft for a pt Mon<< r Cos Add to or federal constitutional questions
I' 87 BS 59 60 61 63 In of beg thence Easterly at e Starke inyW4 of NEH -_>8 S3B F. C. 8emme.-, ......_ 11.36 and such other cases as may l"e oj-

Woodlawn _____S1 11 820 :J. F. Morrleon148.69 right angles to Ry 330 ft Lot. 6 7 of Blk 29 Living" rested by the court shall be determ-
Lots U 17 In Woodlawn __82 5 II 10 Bradford County Bank 9.83 Northerly Itl ft Westerly Ir', ;' ton Truby A Co Add to ned by the court acting as a smote
_ Lot 8 In Woodlawn .._._81 5 It 10 Bradford County Bank 1.41 330 ft Southerly 111 .' -"" Starke In WH of NBH _** S3B Mabel Helen Mersereau ,_ 8.15 body,
All EH of NEVI B of road ft to point of beg also f. Lot 1 of Blk BO Livingston The Chief Justice shall preside
A NEU:: of NEVI of SEH..11 t 11 41 W. F. Moore ___.,: tt.66 NH\ of BH' of SWH" of Blk ., Truby A Cos Add to over each Division and over the
1 IAIn8134of8hy4oftlId4\ ; : 1 ft of -R 3 E Temples Starke. I In WH of NEVi __38 II Cha. B. Armstrong ____ 3.99 court acting as a single body ana

W of Hv ____11BWU 5 11 1 I. ir. inn _.____ 1.4(1( 8 D __---. _______II t S3B '' Mose Coverson ____ 10.07 Lots 1 3 of Fracl Blk S3 when the Chief Justice Is dIM'1"all-
i e of BWW of SBVi ___88 6 ItB 10 u.... Coleman -__ 7.6S W 28J: ft of BiS of R : '. Livingston Truby A Cos led or Is absent or Is disabled frntnmy
All HV. of LBy&-N-1k.: ofSEV. I W AW SA1 ft of Elk .. Add to Btarke In WH\ of cause the Justice oldest In PnlnJ
_ 1 B! of ___15 12 4IB Mrs. Lucy: F. Harrell 1.88 3 8 of 11 W Temples' 'J .. NEH" ._____-____M2I 6 11 BJ- M. Thoma. __ 3.64 of service present and qualified
All NyntNW4ofNW4 Rub Plv __________11Frncl S3 B M. D. Buingarner __ 14.81 Fracl Ink 4f A Lots 1131 shall preside over the entire court
W of Ry ex 1H A ceme NWVi\ of Blk 8 8 of ', .+v 667&; LotAofRile 43 and each division' thereof until the
tery ,. ? _. __ --_-_as 5 II. J. L. Harrell A Co. ___ 14.50 ItlE&NffiotNE4of\ ,, '.. Livingston Truby A Cos disability of the Chief Justice I ii
Lots B 8 9-II Mi A Peets- ex that portion W Add to Starke In W 4 ofN1JI removed.
0: viII. embracing NH of 8EtI.\\. _______II 6 SS SI Sam King '. ... >_.... 11.03 /, _________18 8 13B Albert Bronke _____ '..81E'o The votes cast In compliance wllhsaid
?t, NK'4; NKU"" of NWH\ __815 B 13 IS Thoe Strong ____ '.U 10 A Com at center of Ry of Blk 6 Livingston. proposed amendments, ana the
v Lot 19 l'....tuvllU, emUrac-) where H! mile line of Sea Truby A Cos Hub: _>lv olNBJH canvass declarations and returns
\ 21 run I SAW I .4k ; '.. ; of NEVA ____-..:..__18 11B Rose Cox ___ 1.37 hereof, shell be subjected to the
Jnf'rNNWU0-N-E--___11 I 13 8 Peter Tlsdale, Jr. __ '.01 run N on Ry 490 ft thence Lot a of Bile ifc Livingston same regulations and restrictions. a>
Lot 81 Feetsvllle. emtrao- B at right angles to Ry: Truby A Cos Sub Div of are provided by law for generalelectloOIN
Inll' 'Nov\ of NJJ\4; \ &NE4" to -Id H mile line thence NEVi of NBVi\ ___......-18Blk II J. W. Robinson ______ 3.14 ofSTiIMONEYFWHERE;
n' NWl.\\ ____,, B 11 8 Llllle' TlHdale ___ $89NE4 W to beg ___________.11 B S3 10 Wm. 13. Convene _____ .... 14 Llvlng.ton, Truby ': .
of NEVi of NBVi _1NWW 6 tlB 10 A. M. Blanchard ____ .... SH A being 195 ft B A W A Cos Sub Dlv of NEVi oft OF I have hereunto set
NII. or NloJ of ___'J 11 10 Enoch Strong. ____ 0.41 by 120 ft wide lyingalong T" NEH _.________ / t 33B Livingston. Truby: A Co.. ..11 my hand and affixed the
IW! 81'11\\ __ 8 6 12 tit Ell Urlffls .___ 11.70 S A E Lot 4 of Elk 17 Livingston.Truby Great Seal of the State of
i All SBVi of 8W14' W Of ing in BH of t.I"8bi \\-Of A Cos Sub Dlv ofNBH (SEAL) Florida, at Tallahassee
+ .highway _n____ 8 6 II II W. C. demons ____ 11.01fr R 3 El In Temples Bub .. of NEH ______SS S3B -.A.. 0. Jenkins __ 1.19 the Capital this the. let
NEH\ of NWVI\ ._ _____ I 6 II 40 P. 8. Calkins ___* 11.01 Div ____;__-_____31 B 33 S Mack Prlngle '_>. _. ___ ..11 Lot a of Bile' 17 Livingston, day of August A. D. 1931.R. -
Sit of E% of BW4 of A piece land A .. 0- Truby A Cos:: bob Div oa S A. GRAY.
4 E\4\ I 8 II IS Bradford County Bank $54 8 by 148 ft JO 38Wtln SB NBH\ of NBVi\ ______SS 33B Leanna A. Aaron. 3.99 '-6-14t-ll-4 Secretary of $tate.
IIE'4 of Nf94e Cor of NBVi ol Blk 3 8 of Lots f 4 of BIll IS Living'
8W\4\ of :\ 4 II 5t A. J. Bryan _.---_.__-.- U.lI R 3 B! also a piece of land : stop. Truby A. Co. Hub BAPTIST
NR4 of MW\4.\ __._____ 4 5 II 40 L. U. Morgan ___ 11.10 63f1N&8by146ftE&1 { Dlv of NEVi\ of NBH __** 31B Livingston Truby A. Co_ 3.83
HWy{, Of NEI(,. of f4ESE 4 6 II 10 Jas. R. Walnwrlght __ '.90 W In NH Cor of SEVi of t Lots 3 of Bile at Livingston '"
of NW _n ________ I II 80 Fannie B. Pattee ...;_ 13." Blk 3 8 ot 113 B-1 "Zt ., Com Bub Div of Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J-
H W'14, of awft A a B A. of 146 ft sq side of /. Trubyf: NBH 38 31B D. L. Lloyd _______ 10.73 present
nw 4 of tiW>4 __5 B 11 46 Fannie B. Pattee __ 149$ said Blk 1 S nOfIDR 1 a In _. ., Lot 3 of Bile' 13 Livingston.Truby I Thomas snipt. There) were
l k "WH of 8E3U. of flBH --*-. 6 6 13 10 Geneva L. Pool _.- .-- 7.51 Temples Sub Div. _.__11 B SS Mary: Comberl,.,- --- B.71 A Cos:: Sub Div oft last Sunday eighty-seven In aplta
"W i>> A of B\VV\ or 8W4__, 6 S3 t N. B. Matthews ___ '.GJ E4ofBlkl8otRE&: ( NBH of NBH _____88 SS Walter Cummlngs _. '.U of the rain.Worship.
a', EItI of flE\4\ FS' of HE 4 all that portion of aa : 5 S 50 ft of Lot of Blk *1 I
) of BWVi\ Of 8BH ____ fWH 6 11 IB N. B. Matthews __ ".11 of R 4 n that lies kl In ,,' -ao by 100 ft Livingston. at 11 a. m. The evening
'I'PJIIt 7 6 12 160 Unknown __ ".03 8W4ofNWaN57ftof \ \. Truby A Co. Bub Dlv of united service will be In our church
of N134of5 34& N134of81k1SofR '," ',- NBH of NBVi ______18 8 23 Ida Simmons 5.87
r Car of 1 E A all that portion of Lot. 1 1 or WH of Blk 11 at 8p.nI.
W34 of BEVi! of SWVi\ __ 1 B 11 101 Unknown. ,___ ".GO \4ofBlkl80fRI -, Livingston, Truby A Cos B. Y. P. U. under the leadership
is S. E 6 A ol Boy of NEVi\ of E North of Half Beet line Sub Diy of NEVi of NEV418Lote II 23 Lula Duhart __ 11.101 '*
? SW4\ ? _. -.rf.__ II 6 11 B Elisabeth Robinson 1.31 A all that portion of Bile S S or N DlkU of Mrs. R. A. Thomas will meet
yi, HH of NWW of SEVi _____ I 6 11 10 Elisabeth Robinson 6.90 I 8 of R I U lying N of Livingston. 'Truby A Coe 7p.m.
i ,NflM4' Of i NTBVi. A NEvNWVi \ of H Sec line Temples 8 D._!! B S3 11 Unknown ___ f.87 Sub Dlv of NEH of NEH-38 23B Alfred Barnes -___-. 19.76
\ ex 10 A B of road Beg at NW Cor of BWH of 8 H of Blk It Livingston, .
f, I if, N .,M.. _________ I___10 6 11 70 W. C. demons __ 1'.83 BWH A run 8 70 yd. B! ruby A Com Sub DIY of K1&m1-Burton Mank, of Mla I1
k.44n of of SWH\ ___10 6 11 10 Chas. Relraer 38 S3B Susie Chandler __ 10.13'
NWJ4 --- 10.11 140 yds N 70 yds W 140 NBVi"" of NBH _______ has withdrawn his suit for $10,000
:Zleg It ft B of center of I' yds to beg-3 A _____It t 33 I Eugene: Cox __ S.SSSS.S7 Bike 17 88 Livingston Tru
t7I state road 13 on N line NWVt of SWH A WH of by A Cos Bub Dlv of NBVi against David Shops, democratic
ri of Bee 1. .A run 8 parallel. SWH of 8W54\ ex I A in of NBH ________38 31B A. O. Jenkins __ 19.75 nominee for The lull
a with road 600 ft E 716 ft NW Cor ----___12 B S3 IS III'''. Loul. Williams.. Blk 14 Llvlng.ton. Truby governor. breach
$I N parallel with road 600 KH of Nm! of SWVi\ of A Cos Sub DIV of NEW was based on an alleged
9 i4 = 'i ft W TI6 ft to ties _--10 6 II It R. A. Orlffle ____ 7.11Bradford $ ': I I S3 S John Bailer S.S1 of NEH .____SB SSB A. O. Jenkins ..... 10.7S of contract for services as cam
of BWVi! Of NBH4" ___t1 1 II 10 County Bank '.10 8WH of"wvi Lot. 1 4 of Blk 45 Livingston -
,+ !: ot Nil:!.. oSwlf ___11 9 II 10 Cameron Stove. Co. ._,._ '.11 3 A A. 8W9 of EH of Truby A Cos Sub I paign manager. Mink charr
NEVi! of NPJIIt.ANBVi of ">?* ?* of awS} B S3 10 J. R. Royal". .. 1B.3S Dlv of NBVi of NBH\ _38 SS Sarah Scott LIT that $7.800 was due him for *u
: A BH of N134:
I 01 W 1'4 AofNy4 of 8E\4\ of I Lot. S 'of Ilt.. Living
yt\ )IW$ A BKVi of NWt4 ..12 t 13 ISO Join fl. Jl4r... _, 17.11 5W114 Of .W 34 _II B S3 t Polly Ballet _, ? ....... B.17 ton. Truby A. Co. Auto work.



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TavesDreerlpllne Ta-e Taxes / Repairs to Rlngllng1 :
Me*. T. n. A, Owner A. COM* l>r.rrl|..l-> tl*.. T. R.NV4 A* Owner *. Cn.oI.Sft 9)ecrlttl' ''* &>_. T. It. .i, Oweoe .. tests 'y
of $ 6 22 Sarah Scott 6.67 5 lot fl W 52'. ft to beg causeway connecting link be-
"'I" N1'2 --- --- 12: 13 14 A W SS ft of Lota
tN F'' of In Sturku 28. It Rev. W. E. Dau.herty __ 18 19 SO 21 23 A all LotaSI tween city propor and St. Arm- ,
I.'J31k 47S'wzS&&vz'Livingston Tru- Com on Ji line of 'Fuller 34 95 26 ST 38 In C. J. and key ant Lido Beach 458 "
I/r ", Hub lily ot land & run S 375 ft W Week. Hub Dlv of HWV may 1y
: : ; 6 S3 Fannie McCall ______11.1 42i ft N .176 ft back to of SBVi exE16ftofLot tart hortly.

I Fuller land thence K to ; One ------------.19 1 II J. 1". Johnson _____ 10.81 ._ _...
be.also one lot ft ------ ---
110 \ Lots 8-1ii 30 21 S3 ex W 8&;
pr of NF.:1i:' .t NEV4 __._28 6 S3 hazel Williams __ 3,93niaf N& S by 210ftU& W ;. .. ft 'In C J. Weeks NOTICES. < OF T\X rl.TIOV:

'edubDiv bounded N by Ada SaueraK '. Rub DIY _____________10 1 18 n..1. Fort ..r.---___ '.01 The board of xqunllsrre of the city .
'LntTruny&< by Sanderson lane A S t Lot 15 16 17 /In C J. Week '
of ____II 6 S3 J. R. Williams .' ::....-_ 11.111 by Mary Jane Green -_38 6 22I A. L Alvsre. ..--- Sl.66 Sub niv .. ._____. __19 'I It n, J, Smith! __________ 1.04 of Hmrkn.hall In Florida the clerk'n will moot of 'ire at thnoily tinTiieHNny 1
Lot 2 of Blk U Llv- One lot fronting on Broad 'r", of NBVi A: SW'4 of NEVI r
P' Not August 16th. A, 0. 132, ,
way St bounded N by old #*. 3 A right of A ; .I1 '
., way board of for
a ouallaer i the
Dnce1tnNkl44botNE448ub28' : 6 22 Arthur Simmon __ ..16' county jail 8 by land of .o t Sty of NFM of HWY leea of hearing iMimnlnlntN and pm 4 tlines
'Lots _. I J. V. Col ley In Starke___28 S3 Hobt. P. Jones .y r.-- lUI 5 A In UK: Cor ________._SONWV. 1 II .795 lit,. hey Pollard. ______ 41..8 relying l testimony aM If vnlu of Any'
:;' uwVAdd oStark.. In Blk 1 In Oaaklna Add to !T, of NW<4 .___ ___20 1 n 40 H. n, Johns __________._ 18.01 property, real or personal or mlxxd: '' n 1
NE);: Cor of SE'4 of NW'428 I Stark .___.______39 8 22 4 Edward. :Burns.. ; ., __ n.lS EW of SE14 of REVi ..-- ._20 7 at 10 J..1, Killebrew _,____ 8.02 MM fixed by th* tax assessor for th<* 4't
6 32 J. M.\ Truby__ __.___ 1&.22 .
\\V "f Ryof of ?. Add to Starke6 10 IS 1-3 A of 8K'i: nf SWVI year. 1033 airalnut the owner or
t 2 k Lot Elk 32S3 Herbert. Vfj', Own ...-_ 11.111 1..1A In BE Cor ____80 1 U 11 Unknown ti.. _____ .U agent of such urnperty. ,
Add to Com at 813 ( of SE'4-of h''
Truby' 0" ;
LOI pnvle .8o '. Bear. at SB' Cor of SWVi' / ofSEU C. F. HOOVER 0
Nm Cor of SEVI SEV4, Sea 19 & run W 37S 1Ij.
nark" In : A run N 46O ft W )
Chairman ('ouncl
NW'4 W of Ry ______28 6 S3 laa&o Hague ..__... 0.35 ft thence N 84S fMo a pt i. 198 ft S .60 ft B 108 ft to City of Starke.Olty ,
iLot.'l 2 8 4 68 7 I& Fred of beg thence N W ) beg 20 '1 U 3 Laura AlfOSAndor 4.11 .
1 ------------- ---- AttetC :
Lot on tof Loti 718 Rolt 860 ft 8 478 ft E 840 ft to "*, Beg 1&8 ft W nf SB Cur ot8W A. FITTCIICl'y w t
B 8 N pt of b.4 A In. SEVi\ / '" of SBH' & run N Clerk 729lt13
j Jones Addition to of SEVi\ ------_?._29NBVi < 4 I\'ra. Rachel McArthur __ 11.81 1180 ft W 19S ft 8 81111 ft \

Starke In SE'4 of NWVi of SKVi of NEW! ---_20 6 S3 10 K. W. Hunter ___.______ 1D.1S 10 IU ft to beg _______ _SO 1 U a R. J. Smith ._______ 11." '
W of Walnut St __.____-28 6 23 Bradford County Bank .. 20.67 W 106 ft of Lot 8 & H 7814 ,v. Why of 8B:<4 of SEH: _,._80NVi t U 10 Ira 1. Adams __________ 8." onitpu: OP PI iu.irvTio AIDO'I'IN !
|Lot.123468of Blk B I ft of Lot 4 In SB Cor of % of SWVi of SBVi! fiX> 2 1 TI) APfW. W

J Jone of INWK I NEVi of NEW-IV* A ____SO 6 S3 a Mamie Johna __ ________ 12.SS A In NW Cor .. _-.80NVi 7 It J8 I."ra. AI."n'r __ 5.90 Not Ire I* hereby given to ItaymondIT j
Starke In SB'4 W HV4\ ft of Lot4&all of 8WVJ, of SWVi __--.'18ii 1 n 211 Ira 1. Adams. ___u_ 1.81 Rntllnn and wife, Mrs Raymond ,
w of Walnut St ...____-28 6 S3 J. M. Alvarex .......... 0418 Lot 5 on S aide ot NEVi' of 8WV of SWVi\ __-_..11 1 II 10 J. A. ._ ______ 7.81 ir' of Kennebunkport

I Lot2eZNlft&N6ftet I of NEW -1% A ______.2 6 13 3 Maml Johns _______ 1I.n SRV4 ._--_..._______31 1 n 1011 Itorr '" Porlsr -___u__ n.n I.'v.; :{ \ Lewis and wife, Renal ;
I Lola> 4 5 6 of Blk B N. Lot 6 of NF.:% of NEVi: ____29 8 S3 Maml Johna _______ 1.74 SEW of SWU\ ________81 t II 40 .1. F. Johnson n___.___ n.Ol Lewis, whose place of residenceat 1 ;,h
Jones Addition to Starke I WVi of NWV of SBVi ex N 13 A In 81$ Cor of NKV4 of -. unknown and to Andrew M. hotline -

in SEVi of NWVi W o* 6 A --" <> < S3 14 Baphronla Brymer '.U NW4 __._ .....31NV 7 It 11 1. n. Kelch ________.._ ..711 If living, and If dead to the
.28 6 S3 J. M. Alvares ______ 18.41 NVi of 8W"vJ ; f EVi'"AllSEVi ;; of NWVi ex 13 An SBSEV unknown heirs. devlneea, grante.s( t

JftfVkif.mp7.TAddltlon of. SE"4 ex N 263V4\ I or __ Il '1 II 66 Inea tvey Pollard ___u.. 111.02 or other rlalmanta under Andrew M
to Starke In NBJA -- 80 6 22 80 TKham Wilson 18.75 : ., of NR">i i"i"mi__istNEV 1 II 40 M. J. Or..n. ____.______.. 13.01 Itollhuhas shell be deceased or oth-
of NWV4 & part of WVi siltof SWV4 ::::::::=:: :so 6 22 80 Herman Selterth :' :-:... 24.04 : .., of HWVi\ ______ __..81RW 1 n 40 'Ufrnrd Bham. __ ___ 11.14 erwliie, and to all persons havlnaor
of NKV4! W of Ry: & NB EVk of NK'/4 of NEVi ex S of 8RM of NW" ---31Nft '1 II 20 1]. W. Rahme, Act. ____ 8.18 claiming any interest In the follow. A
Cor of SEVi: of NWVi ___38IT 6 22 Bradford County Bank 80.68 A N of Hy ______._____31 6 S3 18 Mra. Ale-ca Noegel __ 10.43 of 8E!:'<4 of NWVf A tog rieeorlbed. land lying and being
of Lot S of Blk 1 Ternnff NWVi of NWV4 ex 8 lOA .31 6 23 30 Herman Uelfreth ?._ 10.13 WVi! of NKVi: ------_31 7 U 811 Wm Kakhnuter ____ 19.01 In Hradfnrd county, Florida, to-wit: d
Addition to Starke InNBU S9Aof Wtf4ofNE4of F.:'4 of NWH at SWVi\ ___?11 1 n 20 n T. 'orbln ____un__ 8.18 nfl of NWH Neo. 15. Tl. 6, H. R.
of .. .ofWVi NE44&Nty of NWVt of NW| of NTCii ..____________31NWV4 1 II 80 A. n. Johns ____n_____. n." l... !lee. 18f::1 acres: ;described a*: 1
: of JE'Avof NEVi!:\ of NEVi __________81 6 S3 13 Bradford County Bank 5.57 of NWY._______.-83WWV 7 II 40 S. It. Johns __________u 11.811 UrirlnnlnK at the NH corner of 8R'4
: (' /:fE sfeVi, fN'JJf'.4"28: 6 22 McMillan\ & Hemln.woy. 39.03 W 6 A of NWVi of NEVi-.32: 633 6 Pave Johnson __....- 6.61 of NW... ----------$2 1 II 40 M. J. Green _______..___ 11.11 of NWH "f aald ertlon, run thence
Low 7rof Blk 3 Temples N1iJ% ..f NW'4 lees 7 A ____32 6 23 33 Nicholas MtFaahlon __ 1306 NK'i\: --___-_______--83 1 81 tHO henry Fr..lm.n. ___.. 43.111 W aim ft thence 8 171 degrees W toN
I 6 Stark. InNF4 Com at SW Cor of NW14 of N14 _..____14 7 II no Henry Friedman. ___. ".18 line of Maid HK'-i" of NW4.' thenr ,+
Addition NWVi to to A of HEV4! A run E S5tt ft N w"i! ofNN41 ne SWVi\ -____I6 7 U 10 1. 111. Andrew __________ 8.08 10 to Eastern: boundary. of said 8RV4: M ;
of W o tart A 300 ft W 250 ft 8 800 ft All NWM of 8W14 S of Ry of NWV, (hence N to .point of h..
WM" of NEM to beg-1% A ___ -l3A&N14ot8WYolSWt4 \ ginning (and other lands) aggre- p 1 ,
of 8EJ4 of NWVi'\ -28 6 22 Truby Thomas Rfrs Co. 11.82 ------- 32 8 22 2 Simon Tryaon '.80 r
NE ror: ft 7lnof, ., Com at a pt 205 ft K of _________98 1 II 83 T. J. & Perry __ 12.41 gating 68.7 acres' i
[ Lot* 113&S8 9 NW Cor of WVi\ (It NWH '''if All SKVS{ of N\VV4 8 of Rv That you and each of you are
Lot 4 of Blk Starke Temple In of Bli'A & run B 160 ft H _5 A A NK: ,4( of BWVi AWKj hereby notified. that you have been j ,
Addition to of 250 ftV 160 ft N 250 ft /nato of KBl.) of SW"". ex Hindu peruse defendant to the bill of

NB'4 of NW.tu&of part Rv ASB beg .----_...___33 8 S3 1 Fred! Albert ____. 4.33 I 16 A "..1<1 Mmlenbaugh ___S8WVi 'I IS 49 n., V. RIotxon ___?__ 18..8I enmplalnt, filed. In the circuit court ,>'
WI'J of NEViV 6 32 8. R. Johns ._ _____ ''H.53LotI ? of SWV' ____ .-_-__.2NWH 1 sa 40 11. Y. Saxon. ___.._______ n." of Klnrldn, tilth Judicial Circuit.' In + i, f '
!: Cor: of 8ffiV4, of NWVi28I \ : ?- Bear" .t a pout 2V4 Chna N ; I of NWVi\ ex 6 A In and for llrndford county, In Cbaneery > '
Blk 13 Tem- of SE Cor of sn'4'of
I IS 14 of Wi 1ti NECur&14Ain{ NW In that certain cease entitled
plea Addition to Starke In AWl lit run N 3.67 ChnaW : ('0._ .- _. ___ ... 29SW 7 IS a. C:. Van .A1..Un. _._____ 18,41 The Kedtfiial, Land hank of Columbia i
:\BV.:' of NW4t A r".t of i 14 Chns 861 Chn E ;"I'/.i! >4 of NKJM A 16 A on W a cot | >rntlnn, plaintiff, versus ,,; 14
:W'4j Of ANB x. 6 Chna N SVi Chn. E 8 ,1.> { W, n-la Lvwla "
NEAW 21.94 ;;:" aide of HK.H of NICVi A IK Lewis and wlf lt ,
S. n. Osborn ____ ,
22 "
for of NWVi-28\ 8 Chun to bear ex portion i"w SANof fly In NW ('0" vt nl, iwriidiintN] wherein the plaintiff .11'
[ Lot 1 2 8 of Blk 15 Tern W of road _____________32 8 22 4 Henry Mitchell, Jr. _. 19.85 of NIVI' of SRVi & In NB iieeka to fnreclopiA the. lien of the P
pies Addition to Starke 3 A Com at SH Cor of SEliof "' :'''IJ'' Cor of NWV4 of HWU' ___ 89 7 31 60 T. J. Alderman ...___? 18 33 MiirtKHHT, given by U. W, Lewi and
In NE'4' of NWVS A part SW'4' A run N 314Chn \ .1'-J<; Beg at :SW Cur of NKVi: of wife, HKHKle. Lewis, covering the '
of W ol! Ry .', W 8 Chn. S ',,'.,,-\ / '
of WV4 NBVi SV;' NEVi oft run N 820 yds 1 ,-,, properly. hurelnbefur, deNurlbeil In '
A NE Car of SEV4 of Cline E 8 Chn to beg __32 8 33 2 Henry Stevenson .... 8.45 thence E In a Southerly", thin' notice. *' '
NW% ____-_-.____28I 6 23 E. M. Davis ________ 37.40 2Y .t'4 l In NK Cor of Stay of direction 266 yd* to ''fob- Therefore. you and each of you u
I Lot I of Blk 16 Templea ;J of 8WV4 32 6 23 3 VOBCO Mitchell _.___ 7.85 HP rood thence SB'' along ate hereby required to appear to the "
Addition to Starke In 3 A bca- at SB Cor of WVi public road, 174 yd* bill of complaint Ito filed a.alnat I
NEVi' of NWViA: part. of of NWVi of SEVi A run thence B 82 yd* thence W you, before. the rlnrk, nf thin court ( ipk'i'' '
WW of NEVi W of N140 yds W 70 yd* S 140 440 yd* to beg 14 A A ..n thai 6th diiy of Mi'ilemlier| 1938 r
NE!: Tor of SEy of NW'428 6 22 I. O. Pravntt ________ 4.23 ydH B: 70 yd* to beg" also SI':10.f' NK'i less W MVi{ at the court house In Ster" k., Florida 1,
I Lot 13 14 of Blk 16 Temple com 140 yd" N of 813 Cor A" N':'. of SE'4 less 3Vi ; otherwise' a decree pro oonfeaHII '

Addition to Starke of WVj of NWy, of SEV4&runN27ftWlbftS A In NW Cor ____..______30 7 S3 76 J. r.. William ?_,.__- "' .43 will be entered airalnat you and Ia I' ,q
in NEVi of NWVi! A partof WVi of BEVi! of BWVi: \ of each of you for failure to appear 1 t;
WVi of NEVI W of Rv 27 ft El 35 ft to ben, --__92 6 22 3 L. C. BOCK ________ ..45 RE'4 _____________2'1 1 33 6 B. J. Fort ..__.____?__ 47 It hod''
It NE Cor of SEVi of 7V4\ A In E14 of NWVi\ of1IE'4 SWVi\ of SW'.4 of SEH 3A 1 23 10 It. D. Fort ________-__ 4.46 pn. .b lis i
NWVi\ __-.__.--.._11I 6 23 T. J. Alderman __.______ 22.67 ; lea N S A ---_____33 6 23 6 John Culver _______ 7.85 Lot 1231 NB1015Hub- 4eoutlve Weeks In ihs UrailfordL'ounly 't 6l,
I Lot 11 12 of Blk 24 Tern- Lot 3 of Blk 6 Lincoln City Div of N', of NB'i of Telegraph a w liav.Iniv l y }
pie Addition to Starke In In SVi of SEVi! W of Ry_32 < 23! Ella, WilliamSimon *' _____ ..04 NWVi\ -84 A ... ____29 1 22 I Mack Johnson _____ 5.63 general circulation, :. Bradford 1 II
NEVi\ of NWVI A of Lot I of Blk Lincoln City Lot 14 of nik 4 Sub Div of county' Florida.. 1 '}
W4 of NEVi W ra..t ANB 617 In Stay of SBVi W of Ry.33 8 S3 Tryaon __? 5.91 NV%; of NEVi:\ of NWV, ._.39SVi '1, 22 1 Llul.l Smith _______ 804 Till* 37th may of Julr. 1032 d
Cor of SEVi of NWVi-28 6 22 A. J. Thomas .._____ Lots 6 8 of Elk 11 Lincoln .. of NIC'4' of NWVi ex. AI.HHRMAN,
| Lot 1 2 8 of Blk 27 Tem City In SVi{ of SBVi! W of A In NIO Cor A all SBVi, plea Addltlonn to Starke Ry .. ________________32 8 S3 Jenale Johnson ___. ..98 of NW14 N of Ry 30 '1 22S3 52 B. T. Saxon. ..-_-.__ 10.00 Bradford County: Florida. ,
In, NEVi! of NWH A partof Lot a nf Blk 11 Lincoln City Bike 7 8 IS 14 15 16 17 Sub '.-8t.B-86.. 4 f', ,
W'i of NEVi! W of Ry A In 84 of J'4 W of Ry ..32 6 22 Dan Jenkins 3.38 I>lv of NE'of' NWVi! -1 1 14 Mra. Mac.l n. Johnaon 10.03 --....----..- ._ l0
NE Cor of SEVi of N Wy4\ _28 6 22 Mrs. Fronnle Dowllnjr _. 0.39 Lota 2 8 of Blk 13 Lincoln All nik 1 Ira Wright Add Noiiti Lota 3 4 5 9 of Blk C Rl... City In Stay{ of SBVi' W of '. to Hampton .__-.___30 7 12 J. F. Johnson ____u__ '.,18 TAX; I>R")I> 1. i
Ry ___ 33 8 23 Julia Albert .______ 7.50 F.
Inns Addition to Starke In -- Lot 18 14 15 16 of Blk 13 Notice la hereby given' that J. f
NWVi of NWVi S of 9th St28 6 23 I. U. Morgan\ _______ 6.67 Lota lCity of Blk 16 Lincoln In Hampton -- 80 '1 22 W. B. Hick .._________ 18.31 nilfflK' holder of tax certificate No. 4 f
LatiI2349101112ofElk m In SV of SEVi: :! Lots 1 8 3 4 5 of Blk 18 In 363, the 7th day of July, A. 1>. 1980,
8 J. O. Alvaret Addition W of By ____________33 8 22 Frd Albert Jr.-__ 1.9SW Hampton ._. '0WVi 7 29 Mra. Kiel Sparkman ___ 1374 tin filed Bald. certificate' In my office t'' t
to Starke 8 of Madl. % of BBVi ___________33 8 33 40 Q. B. ____..... 14.61NBofNWex of Fllk 13 In Hampton.30 1 23 Mlnnl. A. John 21.01 and made application for talC
on & W of Walnut at* : 0 A In Lot 3 4 of 11 Ik 18 In Hampton deed to (tacit. thereon In aooordanoe. o E
In, 88 6 22 Jas. Lamb ______ 2485 NW Cor _._________38SEV. 8 S3 81 Perry Kit _____,.. It.51 .! 80 1 23 W. O. Seala ___._______ 41.86 with law. Bald certificate embrace
LotN1234310It12ofBik of NWVi, A EV4' of 0 A com at BW Cnr of NBVinf the fallowing described. property elt- Y 4

4 J. O. Alvarez Addl..oC Riltno-v-. ... .. --: ......... SWVi of NWVi Jib, ______83 8 S3 00 W. A. Kelsey. ..____.. 3].85 NEil, A run N 184 yd* hated In Bradford County Florida, r
lion to Starke S of Madl. Lot 3 of Blk 3 : Johns B 836 yd* 8 134 ydit W to-wlt: 41/
Non A W of Walnut Sta. Sub Dlv of NE44' of NEVi-! :.) 838 yd* to beg ____.___..10 7 83 9 W. H. Maxwell ._______ 81.01 WV4 of B 1C 1,4 Sao' 36, Twp 4 8. R. S3H r' b, n
In -__-________._ _28 6 22 Jai. Lamb _______ 10.82 I Beg; at SW Cor of SWVi C33 8 33 1 Mr.. Fannie Stewart __ 9.83 wtyof81214ofSWY.Eof DO acre. ,.
Lot 5 of Blk I Wynne. Addition I NEVi A run E 671 % ft N Ii Ry _. __::___80 1 S3 13 Emma Bison .. .. __-.-_ 4..15I The aneamant nf said property }
to Slarke In NWVi 800 ft W 671% ft S 800 ft HV4 of RE4 of SEVi ____.-SOHV4 1 21 20 n Y. Saxon ._____?___ 6.14 finder, the aald nnrtlflcate issued waa /1 4
of SWVi 28 6 22 Ollle Mart ________ 18.85J.nt to beg _____--_______34H 8 23 11 B. B. & Martha Sapp ._ 7.87 I of 8W<4 of 8W\\ ____ .HO. 1 22 30 Pat Adams 6.14 In the nam. of 10 L. Pad irS tt.
4 Niof Frscl Lot B ... .. ...,..... A In NE Cor of NWVi of '.. NWV4 Of NWVi\ _.__-_--..10Nli 7 22 40 o-o 8. Yergir ..____ 18.01 Unless aald certificate shall be redeemed
of Blk i Wynnn Addition ....,..-1 NWVi\ ___. ____--___36 22 Edgar Davis _______ 5.37 of NEVi .- __--___--_91BVi 1 33 80 H T. Saxon ......_--_ 83 14 aaenrding to law, tax dd
to Htarke In NW'4 of Ely of 8WU 8 82 80 Mra. Minnie Nauman __ 24.84 of SW'4' A WV4\ of SEVi.81 7 83 167 W. H. Hick ...._____ 48.38 will Issue hereon( on the 22nd day
SW14 28 4 S3 Mrs. Marie Laxone _.__ 19.40 SEVi of NWVi Of HE'-------------34- ____ 34 8 83 10 J. O. Johnson -.?_____ 4.80A Lot 1 of Vfy, of NWH ____31 1 23 10 Hauler Adams' ....._ 4.48 of August, A. H. ID33.Hnled '
Bike I 2 DowllnirVBirb'nTrIn NEVI of HEY! ex 6 A In BE Lot 4 6 of WVi of NWVi.31 1 83 10 R. U. Fort __..._______ 8.74 this, 16thay of July, A. D. a
NWt/4ofSWI% A SWVi! Cor __.._____________34 83 35 Unknown ____---. 18. 1.01 Lot 18 14 39 S3 34 of nik 1932'O
of NW'4 In __-______..28 6 22 Mrs. I* V. Dowling ____ 31.34 6 A es In SB Cor of NBVi\ 40 Hampton Park NKVi! of W. ALniBRMAN, ;{ t 41'' sa :
Blk lrowlingN Sub Ttl-v In of SE! ___-. -_.- 34 6 S3 ti 8 R Johns _______..__ 254 141"4. HBO' 31 A SWVi\ ofNW'4 Clerk of Circuit Court. s)4'
NW.4 of SWVi\ &: SWH of SWVi! of NW4 _..___.85 < 990 Bertha McWaln .., _____ 1347 A WVi of NWVi of Bradford County Florida +' .

!'W'4 In -. 'gff 6 22 E. J. DowlloK .......__ 15.33 $P'4 of NWVi _______.__..85NWVi 6 tt 40 Minnie ....._ 11.71 SWVi'\ ___ .___.___83 7 33 Mae Hays _._--___ 2.21 7-23-6t-8-10. _
Lob 1 2 of 7Ik 3 City Park of NBVI 85 8 89 40 it. W. Hlnmm _________ 11.71 W'4oNWV4 of NWVi93, 7 32 20 H. Y. Haxon .__..._____ '.18 ___I --
Nub DIY W A C'.. Addi- N'4 of iJ'.4of-:NE44.-85 6 32 30 L. A. Donnelly .------_ 8.97 NWW of Brail' A Wli of ISV4 NO'I'ICN' OP ItKHI'OII ANI) IIIKI.
tion to Stark In SWVi, of SWVI of --_-_:::::35 6 22 40 Bradford County liank : 11.71: of ilE4'I: :: ; :: ;;:; II 110 1. n. n..r ____.______ 11.88 1TOII
HEVi -- 6 22 H. B. Willeina r ________ I." Lots 19 20 of Blk < laeKingsley / of 819v -__.---- t 1 aa 40 W. (I. S..alll ___ .______. 8.U Notice In hereby irlven that all
tote 10 11 of-B11c 3 CIIy28 Height No. 1NEy SW'4' of NW\4\ .x Ry rl< Park Sub DIY W. A C.'... of NEVI' .-_________36 8 23 Unknown 2.11 Way & ex 1 A forNrhonl all persons having claim a alnt n ;
Addition to Starke In Lot 17 18 of Blk 6 LakeKingsley U 7 J2 )11 A. L Sullivan ______.__ 18,87SWt4of1612'4 the estate of Hoiaoe Mahry, d...
SWVi of SBVi'! __________28 6 22 Minnie U Hed.rave ._. 2." Height No. 1 :' .55AInSW oeaaed are hereby requaled to preent
Lot 1 of Blk City Park Sub NEt of NE% _______36 6 S3 W. W. Oodbea ____-. ..14 & 1 AIn NE Cor& .. their claim to the Honorable
Dlv W. A C'.. Addition Sty': of SEVi _____________86 6 23 80 H. O. Miller ._______-.- 23.54 rO A In HIt Cor ____---___U 1 J2 87 W. M. Phillips __.______ 8.00SID'4 lien A. Gardiner County Judge of i C Capproval
to SW%, of W 11 A of N<4 of NE'4 of at 6W'4 JQ of Hy-U Bradford County Florida. from for hi* (

ftNE'4 Stark.Jn __""___ $ 6 22 Frank A. SweeiyFrank ____ 1.00 SWVi' ex 6 A In NW Cor 3SWVi 7 23 8 Perry Bores _..__-.371 A A II A In SW Car of within on. year date 1'' i ;,
Elk, 5 ritv Prk" Dlvh \ of NEVi of NKVi' __n 3 7 22 10 M C. Richardson ._____ ..80 MW'4' of BfJ'4! being 404ft hereof or this notice will beheld In (
W : C'" Addition to W'{, of NIt% of 8W% _____ 8 7 23 20 Clem A. Clrlffla ______._ 9 88 N & 8 by 53934 10AI&1 bar thereto and all persons. Indebted ( t
rke In tlWof\ UEVi..38! \ 6 22 A. Sweeiy 4.91 NWVi\ of SKVi ___. ._____ 4SEVi 7 S3 40 Mra. Jon. Flnly _.___-. 14.66 !:_ 7' II 21 Mrs. J. P. Dickinson ___- 17.76ex to aid estate are requested to pay '
Lot 15 of Blk 6 City Park \ of NWVj ___ ___ 4 1 33 40 Dr. E. I_ lit f Km ____._ 13.70 d' of b-----. of 1iy5 their said debts. forthwith to the undpr"l..n..1 1, ,
Sub Dlv W. A C> Addi NEVi of NWVi ex S Ain NW I IA812Cor&8A In admlnlatrntor.Thl .
lion to Starke In 8W'A of Cor A ex 10 A In NE Cor. 4 1 23 28 W P Went. ________.. ..H NW Cnr&Corn at BWeoI' Und day of ttU.1\ \ ''sT
SEVi ... .38 6 22 Nora Bias _________ 3.00 BWVi' of NBVi _____ ...____ 4 1 23 40 O. C. White A Q. W. of KWI.4 ot BW% &" .NfI. y
Corn on P': side of Walnut EMI of SWVi of SEV. ex 8 Alderman. ., _______ 13.00 run N 120 yds JIJ U3 ydeH -12.9t-9.16. Administrator > ? 1
Ht at NW Cor of Baptist Ii A ____ _____"__ 15 7 22 16 M ml., Christina A 110 yd W 168 yds to t t1
Parxmaa-e lot A run E "" .. 6 A In" *<.i In SW Cor of Howard Johnson ... 6.21 beg _--_._----_--1I1 1 82 OhsW. O.' Real. _,________ 10.66aAcomatSWoro' NOTICE OP MPPl.lfATIO. FOR + ; '
Ill l ft NTOft W 310 ft ..:. .. SWVi of NKVi:\ __n_____.6 7 22 6 ResterFrasigrie----- TAX. 11IOKI ,' f
to Walnut St thence 8 NEVi of SWV. & .all NWVi of & run E Notice la hereby given. that N.' W. a 1
__ :___ 83.16 of SlflVi W of Ry A all f1t 8JOU&& Whltehead holder of tax nertlflnat E
aid st' to he*; In Stark*__28 6 22 D. E. Knlarht -- N 2 W o t
One lot In Stark bounded ,coo SWVi of 512! % W of Ry &: ft to beR .______38 'I 83 9 W H. Hall _________ 11.18 No. 114 7th day of July, A. D. 1D30ha / yt ',
N by by O. J. Griffin 8 N of Branch A all E'... of of IIW.'i of NW'U_ 7 U 10 W. U. "' .__, ...__ a,26 filed, said certificate/ my office ,
by Sharp land W by ,-. of SBVi\ of SWVi N of 8W4 of tlwl4 ., of and made application for tax deedto
Walnut St E) by Branch 5 7. 22 98 H. L. Boaa -_._._____ 8444 HIif'd sW\4\ & RR4Yy' of lau thervon. In accordance) with
I1r A __ _..__fly-25: 6 22 )'fr.. Eva Kllllan _____. 20.25 BeR 219 ft BofNWCorofNW NWV4 of "W8W of law. Raid certificate embraoea the d
I 250 tt of"Mr* Nell H. : ..,. % of NEVi run B: NEI4 of 8Wj ____ I I II 80 W. T. W.IIaOC ______. 28.00W following described 1 property alta
Rampley lot on S Walnut 310 ft B 420 ft N 210 ft W &A f IIW'4 otNF. ated In Bradford County, Florida, to-
itt .28 6 23: Unknown ? :: ------ H-S 430 ft to heir _____ -6 7 22 2 Mlles Robinson __.... 6.87 : .' 4 PB1A nt NWt,4, ___ a S 2. U n. M. U..y ___.______ 14.10 wit I 1
I A 1- SWY- bounded by Com at NW Cor of it'of N'y of NW14 W ex HWVi\ of BWVi' II..... 30 Twp 8 N. B.
J. Q. Alvareu Add E by NWVi A run W 210 ft H 11.1 A in NPl f: ltt exfly 31 KaNt, containing 40 cures more ov
Maine st If extended S "' 105ftII 2107tN105ft right of way ______ I S .1 13 W, (l. Neale' ____.____ 111.1. lea*.
hy Ry land A W W. to beg-V4 A ___. ___ 8 7 U Henry Stevenson .'_ __? 264 NI'4:! of NR---------: 9 6 210 W. U. Healll __________ 11.11SWI4 The aneinent nf said property F
M. Munden by 08 6 23 J-.. Lamb :0.-____ 11.33 Lot 14 or NWVi of SEVi of w .f ? _______ 4 I sa 40 Unknown _________ ..41 under the said certificate issue wa ti'' 1
".. A In NW' fswfCs- NE'i __ ._ ._ ... 7 7 22 10 Oscar Oaterman ___ 417 1'1 2-1 of 12 3.4 of 81214 ofNF1'4 In the name of H. V. Hturdlvant. t4'
of Madlaon St known Lots S 1 11 12 13 It 16 In ? -, 8 I n 20 Dr W. N. Lynn .. ____ 181Sy Unless said certificate shall be redeemed y
J. O. Alvaret. Rea Rlk aa In Sub Dlv of NEVi!] A all ft ex II 60 id...,____.._.ii 1 U 100 U. J. Stewart __ ______ 511.10 according ntn" law tax deed
Starke ex 1 lot In NW Cor"old NWVt\ of NKV\ B of road. 7 :22 12t. S[. Truby.. __ 8074 8 .4ofH'A" 0' 8W\4\ &Bye will l issue thereon the loth day. of

i to J. L. Peek. ___._38 6 32 4 J. .W. Andrew. Jr. -. 88.01 NWVi\ of NWVT_ ___.7 7 23 40 Bradford County Bank 12.70 Bf Sd.eded!. "i 48412ix: _10,91 411 I II 120 L. O. Wetmer _____?_ 83.00 A'r: 't'1hl'::\ D. 1813. of A.
( SE Cor of Madison WS Aofo NWVi of NEVi lea S'.t, of NW 33rd day July
.mDAt Sta A 8 2 N end A less Ry ",',' to Ito.a Manning D. 1932. ,
run "
St 134 ft E 80 ft on N Bay 183 t .\" right of way ___ ... 8 7 22 16 .Mary Johnaon y; _____ 734 AuII' 11 IIIO & .x 1 A to O. W ALDERMAN v" '
ft. to Madison St thence ','i 1 A 'In NW Cor of WVi of Mooreex: 4 .4 on 12 (Heal) Clerk of Circuit Court. Y
w on MadUon St 44 ft 'V ".' NWV of NBVi! W of Ily 8 7 22 1D.; W. Moor. __ _. ____?_ 1.33 side N ot l.ak. & ex road Hro.ilford County' Florida. 4 t
to h.* __" 6 23 J.'IL'* Eva B. Lord __ 84.17 EMI of WVi of SWVi A H% right way & ex R Rright 7.20-61-9-1(1.( ra :
One lot lit'! f7"N"A 9 of WVi of NEVi of 8WliA : :: way __ Jt I II 58 Mr. W. A. Jon... _____ 27,11NWIA
Com 8 elms S of NWCor nf NW\4\ ________-18 I U 40 W. Bryant ______ 11.71 KOTICH OP APPMfATlOVTAX FOIL
WM&X&MfiSjbiroAX \ of NEVi of SWVI, & H'.4 of 8'J' oHE4.: .._____ 12 I sa 40 n. C. ._. 16.84 ] KRU try

N by run 8 a chn E 3 VI chn N Nty nf NW'4 RWI" of. Notice ,la hereby given' that L. R.Oalney .
.. r E 3 chn W SVi\ to NW'x! I A In Nw-r". holder of Tax Certificate'
__by_3SJ 6 32 A. A. Williamson _-- '.88 beg _______._ 9 7 S3 14 M. K. :McOruder __ 1767 I A In tclW C..r HEY.of No. 76, the 7th day of July, A. D. y. y'
Lots' 6 bounded. N by of NEVi\ of NB'4 _____ 9 7 S3 90 Frank A. 8wiy ____ 11.111 NWl ix Jl 2ft5n'' inRE 1010, has filed said certificate In my: 6 )
fall 5' H by Court St wt of 8WVJ of NWM\ --__10 7 23 to J. M Dixon _-__._____ 0.81 ('or se W ihs office and mad application for tax t r' }
Add NWVi\ of NWVi __________10 7 23 40 Frank A. 8way ______ 111 47 1040 fl of N14'4' of HWY. deed to Inmie. thereon In accordance ry, ;
.. Lterkookdey. to 21 6 22 'J. W.. Andrews, Jr. ____233.35 AW'4'! of SEV\, _____________10 7 22 40 Horr A Porter .._____ 1763 :' $W'4, of $ & 9 AIn with law. Unlil. certificate embrace + +
" MaS.N'VC.Cor"of :Bay" "Jo rav 4 of NEW; ____________10 'I 23 40 Mr. Bell Panlcl _____ 11.71 NW tL..f MW'4 H of ihs' following I described propertymtuated ;
J. Ion! : run N 106 N'a of HW of NW'/ -----11SE'4 1 23SEVi to Clam A. nrlffl ..-_____ 687 Lake & W 847 tt ut HEY : In Hradford County, Flor- IqJ
Jt\W j3o It to Broadway !! of HWV of NW'1' -__tl 1 22 10 Eugene Orlffl _____ 141 nf $W'4.' ..- IS I 12 140 ., JI.. 3. Stewart .y. .,.-? n.18 i 'Ids' 6
M of NEW A of W. of A..ofNEY4 iiE: ta'r's'
on Hald at 106 ft to 11. 13 of Blk. SO! Ward
NadiaSt thence E NWV4\ _____________it 'I 22 90 n..rr" Porter __.____ 21.:14: HII ttoIEI4 of H 2I of City, Sec 8. Twp. 7 R R. 30 Waf i kl
330 n to on In S'4 of SEl4 ____________111 7 22 80 W. O Seal -______ 22.14 a.'I 01 a IS 21 tawreno. Development The assessment of said property
8tsrkRt beg '28 6 ,22 Mrs. Jo.ephtn Edward 48.65 of $Wlt\ -----------14 7 33 40 Ine Ivey Pollard _____ 11." All N'miOiw" x Co. .?. 8.01 under the said certificate issued l 7;
CnJl at AW Cor'oYCaffA; NE'4 of SWVi\ A NWVi of of Hy-14 A.. n_ U 12 14 n. C. lletberger'. ___ 8.n was In A. C R 4 '
o Pollard .__ __ 23.44 NIfofNW44ofSPY.' :\ .xEd h.a.m-: : Ir.c alt
Broadway st* A run W BE' B 7 32 80 J. II. Unl*** sh be ?
in nCailSt94ftH 105 All N', o? NWJi"Vf'"NW'vilw \ I A ex l.ak. 10 A __.12 1 12 4 D. O. 8.wart __ I.U redeemed according to ]law, tax 1
Bft N lOll tt ft of Ity ---- __17 7 33S3 1ef.. K. McOruder ____ ..711 NE44.0: NF : A In NE deed. will Imme thereon nn the IBlh.
In IIlarke to be IfU 6 22 Mr. Annie Hemingway 20.35 HWVi! ()f 8RI 1 -.-----.----17SWVi 7, 40 Ines Ivy Pollard __ 11." Cur $ 1U f NNV _..-.14 1 J3 U L. O. :;.___ 12.11 day of D. 1833. 4
Ona ''n Stark'e- -- of SW% ex 1.8 A In TJ"if" $W'A of ..1"% .x 6 A In BW >II dAt'.f..u..tihAda: ot July A. D. I'
.Fl! lot Wm. Edward bounded NE Cor A 1.48 A In SW ., Cur oil: ex N II A __14 I 13 11 Mr.. E. W. _-_____ 9 48H'A 1033.: .
A. A B Mr by, Cor of NW'4 of SWVi ___17 7 33 40 S. n Johna ..; .t4-___ 11.14 of N"01'\ .x about 15 A n. W ALDRRMAN.' Jl
ts1R'nphrey' htbY All 'SE'4of81Y4EofRy-> E std. of NEk\ of NBt4 Meal Clerk of Clreutt' Court i+
A N Broad- 4 A __ 18 7 22 4 8. R. John .:>_ R.-- 1.47 4n $144 & Why of NW4 Bradford County Florida. 1
A''t Alvares by land of W. M. Edwards _- 117 $WofNWV4& W 2* A ;. af Nf4:' __ 2:1: 9 12 145 Lman 0, P..t _______ 8419. 7-15-H-8-H.
______jj 6 23 -
Lo ofNE4.
NE! Cor 0' flE'4
J e nl 91k I In J of SE'4ofNWV4SiNW',4! flog al l i
( S Add tO fit.1CA) ) : S3I 6 23 H. C. Bitch '____ 28.47 of BWU: \ A W 26 A of .; A: run N 460 fr for apt 0'1'11'1: 01" .\r."lr4.TIO. rOIL .' 1''"
An'i'S: I-a Int In Lots__. ; NBVi on 8WV4 ________18 7 22 190 B. a, Dyal .:.....__..-.. n... ot be. th.nes W 1117 T.\II KKK.n: l+i r
Uj' 131k3inJ.D.Jose.; .' '. All BVi of NWV. of HW'i t: .It II 170ft .11 1111 tt to Notice Is I hereby given that John 1 1'err
to Htarke 4 22 Turner Mott\ & Carrie 16.73 NEV' of BWVi! 8 of O. H. ...e IIn. Ihe..". 1'1 610 ftro M. 8e-more, holder of Tax Certificate I r
I i0 ft of' Lots if-min" &F.IC'ex2AIn SE ; beg __ __ _____U 8 It 16 John H. Orln.r _____ '..USE'4 No. 16, City of Htarke 6th day k') 4'
I Jones. I 4 ," 'or AVEVi of BW-i of t of NWV4\ 'H 28 I U 40 Allen Speed ..______ 11.41 of August, A. H. m. has filed a4 Ov ,
OtarkcD. Add to ____ 6.72' __ ___10 21 30 Boland John ..._ 1431 9 A E of Clay road In HE .
28 6 22 J. B. Corptnln SWVi\ ___ 7 certificate In my ../,1. and made ,;
All' that certain piece. of Com 70 yds W of 8E Cor Cur ot REV4' : > of 8514! / < ____24 6 II Lawrence Development application for tax deed to Jesus I
,land described' 'In I of Sec .11 A: run W 80 yd.dJOt:1 W% of NW' .. about tOY Co. _------- I.OS thereon In accordance with law Knit' I t
certain -
deed! '. N B 80 yd* 8 19 A In W.1 of NW'/. W of certificate/ embrace the followlnade.arlbed ,t
pace t. A.from L. Cliaa.. F. y 'c .. __ _:' 19 7 23 1 Wm. Kalchreuter __ 25,91All road W\\ of flWI.\ ___14 I U no Lym..n O. P.1t ____ property situated In flty i
Alvar .
dated ? that triangular plec of flog. at NW c-or of 8W14 ofNWIi of Htarke Bradford Florida
anf*. 1109 r.- county,
>r l n Book 9 land lying between the oil: ran H 460 It for lo-wlt
of Deed
o n Paget Ito 181 A 188 K.R. track of the 8. A. L. a pt of beg theme. 8 511)tt Lot 8, 9. Id of Block 38 L. T. ACompany' ,
E: 1102 ft tn road
Eubllo r.oord. A 0,8.&F.&teeold: pubIc Addition to' .
of BnA' '
ford ounty 11 6 22 A. L. Alvars _. 40.25 disused "V of the O. 8. th.noe Northwest up said The assessment of said property ,
Ons bt of "tn.1 to Sticks A F. Ry.-. A _________19 7 11 Henry Brooks .. ,_ __ 589 road to a pi 1110 ft I of the said certificate! liied war +FIn
lea t N&Bty210ft On. A inNEI4ofHWY.of \ 8 "r flee line thenee W 691It the name of Livingston Truby A. '
w A: R _____ 7 33 I Clara Olllls _..-.-. 1.61 to beg U 1 II 10 Joh 8. Orlner 19.803AInN&CorotNWVjN Company.
ioJ 7ySAndarsln iane 5.26. 23: J. W. Harrell ...-.-.- _. 10.'8 On. A to 8E Co7"of WEVi\ of1'8WW \ Union said certificate shall be redeemed 'j
Corn : \ 8 of Ry ________10 7 23 1 Store Clark __-- ._ 1.47 ot Iaks __________11I 9 12 8 Lawrence Development according. to law tax deed 4f
of Broadway ." Cor Lot 6n Klra Add to B.g a& liS Co: of WJ4 of Co. _ _________ f.Ol will l issue thereon on the 8lh day of
on N of Hoyt SI. Hampton _..___._10 7 33 Emma Dixon 7.04 NW'4 e run N 100 It l ora. Amruit. A. D. 1033.I '
run II sid06: Itnyt 8' a Lot 13 of Blk 14 In Hamp- pt bef thence run W >
:::8.4r ted this 7th day of July A. P.
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993i, it E of YH Cor 13 14 16 10 N4, of '. NWy.of16 Seal) ef Circuit Court.
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-- if ;;la possible for any-good--to be; PUBLIC SCHOOL ARE NOW to the central government la the I St Petersburg The
: Telegraph 1 PLIGHT most dangerous thing In America I ito construct a ship projett
Bradford County. accomplished by a preliminary FACING SERIOUS channel south
. Fourteen Years Of "
I --I-II gathering of members of the legislature l today I ward from Bayboro port here t

Established 1871 It I ServiceS. l because any considerationthat (Continued from page 1.) Asking the school! men where the main Tampa Bay ship shoo

they would'have time to giveto gone without needed upkeep. they expected. the state tp get the nel shortening the distance |In\l\,
MEM.BERFLORIDA the matter must necessarily be They agreed with state officials money, the governor said, "We the local harbor, bas been revived

S. Dowling served Starke well superficial that in some !instances the possess no magic powers up here.. The city council has approved

PRESS ASSOCIATION \ \\ as principle of Its public school We believe that the tax situation boards ,of public instruction used We have no Santa Claus All state recommendation of the city i i.a
r V over a period of fourteen yeara. In Florida state and county and school funds unwisely but said revenues have fallen off from. !a dustry board., that the federal J gwg .
1Q32 ,..0 Coming here In 1914< as assistant municipal is one that requires the there had been "no criminal, third to a half. All revenue bills ernment be asked to Include thk
k principal his success as a discip- employment of disinterested ex- waste." If there had been in "I passed by the legislature failed to project in future development of
::J otL11a/td 'J.ecruda": .... linarian and as a teacher led to perts in government( economy; thatIt few cases they added, then the fcffendlog bring in what the legislature said Tampa Bay.BunnelOftenll..

his appointment as principal in would be money well Investedfor school officials should be they would. i

and Entered as Second Class 1916. Hla principalahllp lasting the state tp employ a board of removed.Per "It is folly to pass appropriationbills I I
Published Weekly on Fridays through 1932, with the exceptionof such experts, to place all of our Capita Cost Low without providing revenues. I \ : radio is burned

., Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida two year'a absence, wall a period' data before It, including various The delegation Insisted the would have vetoed., the school appropriation -i out when struck by lightning but
of :progress for the Bradford Coun- types of taxable property, end haveIt school' boards had done all possibleto measure If members of, during a severe electrical

,kf B. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and Publisher ty High School marked by a maxi- work out an equitable system of reduce expenses, declaringteachers' cut the legislature had not assured me at Bunnell a radio In the storm home
had been
mum of sound instruction and a taxation BO that each class of salaries of Phil Johnson
would the was torn
3 J. C. Robinson _J...____________________ Managing Editor minimum of friction between par- property would stand its Just share; from 10 to 35 per cent all over the they enue." provide needed rev-I ly to pieces when hit by compleu.
ents and faculty. of the burden. Much of this data state, and expenditures for equip- I Neither Mr. Johnson .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE The town of Jasper should be' has been compiled during former ment and "extras" had been virtually Unemployment Is Major Problem Cook the other occupant'nor H T
The declared he had of
r'c Six Months 75c-Payable in AdvanceAdvertising congratulated upon the acquisitionof administrations and would be discontinued. They presented no authority governor to divert of the house, were at home at the the
1 'c Yearly $1.50; Mr. Dowling as principal of its easily acceasaLle figures to show the per cap- part When they returned
Rates on Application ita cost of school educa- gasoline tax revenue to schools. He they found
school The a ommon
city gained a use
also make of
could the
Such a board a parts radio scattered
the state had been asked to to
exclusive of bond aU
tion In Florida
ful citizen the church
; strong
state county and mu- corners of the
study of reduce Its road room and the
t supporter; and the school, a cap- with a view debt costs, averages $3898 while building programbut blackened where wall
nicipal governments
News that it not news S Georgia races become heated. able head. the average per capita for the nation "public works must go on to torod. lightning en-
Y, toward their systematic reorgani-
.y. t provide employment and feed hungry -
0I o nation, using "economy" as the -
rd rather be
The schools face much people ignorant
now a
I blamed for lots of things started by humans. watchword.Mr.
The devil is Sholtz's home town, Daytona darker prospect than they did before than hungry. Our major problem Bartow Being a penitentiary
n the set aside:: $7,' Is to end unemployment and :Ie- widow is
nothing new In the
The Late Platform Beach recently indorsed the idea of We of
Alabama backs Florida's canal, but it's up to Uncle calling In outside aid when Its city 500,000 In appropriations, the gov- pression. Mrs. Ruby Adkins what with her
It.LI' commissioners declined all local ernor was told. Despite all effortsto He concluded by advising the having 4 ex-mates already in the
'a' Samuel to dig for the next school officials to
bids for the office' of city managerand economize plans "go home and state prison at Raiford. So she u
; n Shortly after being nominated placed the duties in the bands school term call for experienced get your people to start paying going along with husband No 5,
?? f I j Tax sales are bringing into use the old "Owing to lack of for the governorship, David Sholta, of an outside expert.Mississippi's. teachers who are heads of families taxes, to form taxpayers leagues and they will be there for the next
wall asked to call a meeting of the' receiving not more than $80 to $100 I Instead of taxdodgers leagues. It's three years. Imagine holding
omit etc. a
% f a space, we members-elect of the state legislature -0-- per month salary, speakers said. I unreasonable to ask the state to do family reunion at the penitentiary

o for the purpose of explainingto After painting what they termed I more. Our hearts are right, but of all places. Five times Ruby had

i ,, 4 European war debts apparently are felt more in this them hla methods for reducing a correct.picture of the situation I our pocketbooks are flat." strolled down to the altar only to

''k country than abroad. taxes in Florida.Mr. Tax and reminding state officials that I The chief spokesmen for the face the prospect later of having
: Sholta wisely, we think declined education of children cannot be delayed -' committee were: State Senator T. her man sent to Jail for one thing
Fl'l' o the Invitation for the prob- the school authorities asked I Q. Futch of Leesburg nominee for or another. Ruby,and Garnlf-Ad-
s,; From the number of people who sing it, the August love able reaaon that, In spite of his for additional state funds for the president of the senate; George'M. kina faced criminal Court Judge,

f'r' must be "Ain't it Hot." campaign platform for tax reduction We offer the following article schools by diverting revenue from Lynch, Pinellas county school au- Mark O'QuInu and pleaded guilty
$ song he realizes that he has not without comment; some other state fund. At least peritendent and 'James S. Rickards to breaking and entertlng The

()- yet evolved any workable plan for Jackson, Miss. Mississippi $1,000,000 Is needed immediately, of Tallahassee, secretary of the court remarked about having to
Sebring American believes that the three-cent stamp has bringing it about. Such must be slowly but surely is pushing her they claimed, to'pay past due sal Florida Educational Association/ send.a woman to the penitentiary

made Uncle Sam the king of pennysnatchers.Moses the case if we are to draw any way out of the financial bog In aries to teachers and opening of "Good Teaching" at Minimum but the many'times married Mrs.
o conclusion from the Ideas advancedby which she has been wallowing for schools for the new term in Sep- "The Irreducible minimum In : Adkins stepped right up and told
him In recent months. nearly a decade. tember. school economy Is good teaching";,: him If he was going to send Carnie

Folsom, veteran writer on the staff of the Times- Reviewing the campaign issueswe While the road ahead undoubtedly -, The delegtlon expressly said they ,' Lynch told the state officials "The, to- Raiford, well she guessed she

4t Union celebrated his 85th birthday this week. find that Mr. Sholtz offered no is long state officials harbor no did not seek a special session of the child of a depression has Just as'' wanted to go along too. So the
plan for reducing taxes, unless his fears about the}future of the com legislature to provide the money, much right to an education as the Judge obliged and sentenced each
0 announcement that he favored the monwealth's finances. but they looked to the governorand child of prosperity. to 3-year terms

) The government in placing a tax on electricity and letting abolishment of five state commissions To accomplish"recovery the hla.cabinet to find additionalaid "The child belongs to the state, l
cl for its lawmakers. was considered by him "a for the schools. One speakersaid rather than the country, and the'Il Tallahassee Commissioner
shows it has due respect County
gas escape Magnolia state turned to an untried -
This have "You've to those
plan. platform may got open state should take over the public T. Pleas Strickland
yt -0- served the of the and what was termed by I schools." II says
purposes school system at the proper time Lake lammonla is doomed. At a
;, ;. Wauchula enters the claim as the best lighted town in paign, and judging by the results some a "drastic form" of raising State Unable to Help FurtherIn and under proper conditions." I fish fry on his farm, which Juts
of the second it did but revenue--a consumers' sales tax. I for the state the 1
Florida. It might be but Starke will tread on its heel. primary. ; replying State school funds now come I down against the big lake, Mr.
Now a yawning treasury, emptyfor
now that the smoke of battle has I governor said he and all members from sale of automobile license Strickland said be gives fisher
% o cleared we can see that it will not months, daily receives relief I, of the cabinet wholeheartedly sym tags, from a one mill ad valoremtax men three weeks to enjoy bream

., ? From available Federal funds for roads some ten thousand serve the purpose of reducing. from sales tax revenue. Already be-: pathized with the school officials and from interest on state de and bass fishing. By that time, be
the levy has produced revenue
taxes. but found themselves unable to
; G Florida people will be assured of work for several months. yond the expectations of Its sup-' posits. said the basin will drain itself dry,
I five commissions
Of the mentioned help. "God
help us if the automobile Just as Lake Jackson, Leon coun-
P o by Mr. Sholtz in his platform porters. I "The state he said "has done license fees are cut without the ty's other big lake, already has
t four' are supported entirelyby i Another testimonial of Its success -; for the schools than ever be
1F Concerning split atoms, the Cub on the Wauchula Advocate more legislature providing for other rev- done. Mr. Strickland said it bas
special privilege taxes, which i lies in the' cooling of opposition -: fore. The state is now giving the enue for the scbools,".Mr. Lynch been 14 years since Lake Immonla
> wonders if they wouldn't be useful as bathing cos effect only the person who reaps a to the ta-i. Organized opposition -' schools four times aa much as it went
dry, and tons upon tons!! of
tumes. corresponding benefit from them, virtually has vanished and I did four years ago. The state has said.Replying to the governor's state- fish will be lost. The state game
o and instead of drawing money associations formed to fight the I not only discharged Its responsibility ment that the real trouble with department is planning to save the
from the general tax fund, actually tax have become Inactive. Officialsof I to the schools but has been school finances that fellure fish
Kft In a street car, says Avery Powell one can tell a gentleman -[contribute to the general revenues other sitter\ are demanding In- : generous. school finances was was that failureof it possibleOrlandoA-

I 5 for what he stands for. Another rule is by what hew of the state. I formation regarding<; its multiple "The state Is only 20 to 25: per the counties to collect taxes, C. real estate trans
provisions, its 'Operation and its cent short in its payment to the A. Love of the
{k stands'on. The other commission to be .. Lake county school action which means that approxi-
abolished if Mr. Sholtz's "plan" yield schools while the counties are 47.5: board and secretary of the State mately $300,000, will eventually be
o la ,executed, carries an appropriation When dov Sennett Conner took per cent short. The state alreadyhas Association of School Board Mem- spent In Orlando and central Florida -
The Democratic nominee for. president states that he of $55,120 per year and is the over the reins of government early paid more than :50 per cent of bers, said property assessments was consummated here when
of the five supported last January the state was faced your teachers' salaries had been cut so low that If
will ask to give the country better beer than Hoover only one coun P. Bayfleld Gibson and Company,
: congress from the state's general revenue. with a deficit upwards of $8,000- "What we need in Florida is ties collected 100 per cent taxes it Investment bankers of Atlanta,

;) t, furnished. The annual report of the comp- 000. Employes of practically every, more local responsibility, less call- would not relieve the situation. closed a deal for 2,280 acres of

s, o troller for the year ended June 30, state department and Institution : Ing upon the state for aid. The W. .S. Cawthon state superin i land In Lake county for the plant

:' In cutting his salary for the last year he is to serve, 1931, shows that the assessed and hundreds of school teachers' real trouble with the schools is that tendent of public instruction. said I ing of tung oil trees. The land Is
values of Florida amounted In had not been paid for months. The the counties fall to collect the one of the main reasons the schools located south of Leesburg and west
P1 President Hoover could have made it more attractive if he rund numbers to $$375,000,000. treasury was empty. State warrants school taxes. If they had done as I were short of funds was that of the Howey citrus development

had made it retroactive. If the duties of a heated campaignhad were of little value. well as the state there would be no boards of public Instruction in some! Actual planting operations will be-

r tic allowed Mr. SholU time for In addition, faith in Mississippi' serious problem now. This shift- counties used money for current gin as soon as surveys are com
{ t mathematical calculation he would finances abroad had sunk to a low Ing of responsibility from the home operations to retire old debts. pleted, It was announced.

a r Bartow judge sentenced a woman and husband to Raiford ,. have found that saving the expense ebb. Several million dollars' worth -----,.-- -

: 'where she will meet four former husbands-unless they decide I of this last commission would I of state bonds' for months had __ =

1 to seek quieter latitudes. amount roughtly to 1-10 of one found no bidders In eastern bond 4 _
mill on the assessed valuation of markets.

0p of the state. A little more arith- Prompt and drastic action was 4'1
p One regular Jistener to the Andy and Amos program was metic would have shown him that necessary. ,- '

V asked some time ago what product they were supposed to advertise this millage would effect a saving Under leadership"''of Governor iY' *
of one dime on each $1000 of assessed administration and legis
and he couldn't name it.
K value. latlve leaders reviewed state tax

o Now that time baa 'allowed an- set-up. It was found the state already .
of his platform, we are surprised -
P Wewahitchka Breeze celebrated its seventh birthday lastly had almost every known
to find that while Mr Sholta SENSATIONAL LOW PRICES!
form of taxationTax
+ issue and as it has acquired the ability to stand hitched, suggest was promising to follow a course experts expressed the opin-

tP, '; the removal of hitch from Wewahitchka. that would eliminate from general ion that the state ad valorem could Lifetime Guaranteed- New Wro
taxes I-lOot one mill he proposed:
not be increased. A tax already
o 1. Free public school books for all

'' A national magazine states that our country with 4,500- grades in public schools at a prob- was ments Imposed, gasoline on incomes tobaccos,, estates amuse-, .-c

000 soldiers and sailors spends more money on them than all able increased cost of $$1,000,000 privileges and motor vehicles .

t +t the European countries combined, with 34,500,000 men. per'year 2. A reduction; of two cents per These could be Increased, and In
some instances were, but something -
o gallon In the gasoline tax which
; else was needed-a substan-
Milking cows with a telegraph instrument was success would mean a loss of over $3,700- tial revenue-raiser. They turnedto ; 1
000.00 In state and county. raved
;' fully done at the University of Florida when the milking machine nues; and reductions in automobile the sales tax. 4.40U:

; broke down yet they refused to label it "ticky" milk. license tags that would cost all of In 1930, the legislature had experimented Supertvyist CordVTires .
A sales
t In this field.
v Y.'t a 2000000.00 annually;
3. Tax exemption of homesteads tax of one fourth of one per cent
't Times-Union advances one reason why a judge sentences or removal from the tax books of was 'voted.:'.It'encountered! no opposition -

::1 a man for a year and a day, but the reason could be the judge not less than 15 per cent of taxable since 1* was not largeenoU&b $388
to 'm&Jte Itself felt and
the be forced to before being values on which state. county and ,
a, kl : hopes prisoner can serve one day municipal revenues are based i produced but little: revenue.

i released. 4. The return of the 1200 convicts The Conner administration plan
,' o now engaged in road con originally called for a three per

struction to the penitentiary, and cent tax but during the many Each 63.98
The Republican platform is described by the Ocala Star
the replacement of them with free weeks the issue was fought over on
as not being wet enough to interest the wets and not dry labor at A coat of not less than the floor of the'legislature oppon-

enough to hold the dry voter And we might add not inter- 1000000.00 per year, for maintenance ents succeeded In beating the basic 4.50-20 4JSO-31 4.75-19 Tube $1.05! ,
rate down to two cent, which
of Idle convicts and wages per
esting enough to attract Mr. Average Citizen.
I It now bears.
of free laborers.It .
o would appear from the fig- -o---' $4 *4 S5 F chUiPain

The new road map issued by the state road department urea here quoted as the result of St. Petersburg-P. M. Lawrence .. f'aIft iA f'aIft LOOK cr TH

shows Florida has nearly 300 state roads. Try a summer a cursory Investigation, that when Insurance :man landed what many Each a1.3a Each tA.M Each .".1"
the savings proposed by Mr. SholU say does not exist. on a fishing tripto Tub .!.*. Tube .las. TubSI.e5.CO29
tour of Florida and discover how little you know of your own are set against the additional expenditures John's Pass, when he caught a "75-1t 5.00-19 7 FEATURES :

state. plus the reductions of 98-pound golden tarpon. The sides .
<'' revenue proposed by him, the difference and belly or the big fish were gold :
will run far Into the millions tinted As proof of the catch Mr. $508 i3SZ4. 6533 !>-. Lif time Guarqnt 4
... .
1 } In Pennsylvania persons applying for free flour must of dollars on the wrong side Lawrence Is exhibiting to his *
deposit their automobile keys and license as proof they-really of the ledger. friends scales of the fish tinted a Each *.*.31 -ch SS.3S Each ..*... $? Gopdyjat. rVam*. &ji
Tube <1.C the; .!.>. Tube .*.3.
r need relief and will not continue using their cars. Considering With no other reductions In gov- rich gold coloring at their base. It
tfrft ernmental expenses than he baa has been several years since one of 0.00-21 5. 5-1S 5.23-21 0S5
; what he pays in taxes the government ought to give the suggested these millions must these golden tarpon Was caught in ,4.

auto owner a side of bacon with each sack of flour. come from some other source. Mr. local waters They are said by J9 .. "

1 y .;> o Sholtz has yet to discover that some to frequent: the mouths of 1) r:ea Ran. U to Haab Tale.
.c fresh water riverLTsllabaseee
I: :There are Bradford county citizens unfortunately not The carrying into effect of his Each -.1.,, Each ...*4

,; [' able to pay their taxes, this being borne out by the tax. : list campaign platform wnuld leave There'll be musicat BBBBSBU4SBM Tub? '7. Tub at.i ,

;, published in this issue. There are'other citizens, able to pay the state and county governmentsin the Florida farm colony for the Rim Minor bent laces
hopeless confusion, and we thinkIt feeble minded and'the epileptic at air -1r.:. 'r-J'oJs:
11 ViP$ and getting every benefit {axpaying citizens are entitled to e
was well that he declined any Gainesville. The board of state Institution ,
; who will not pay. A taxpayers league 'jn this county mightresult post-campaign: pronouncements on has directed the superin- .i '

:S in a more determined effort'being made to collect these the subject until he has had time tendent to place a piano and several REGISTER MOTOR CO.., LOUIE'S SERVICE STATION
to give It more thought. radios In the Institution for
's tax funds. Indeed, we have begun. to doubt the enjoyment of the patlenU.. Phone 103 Phone 83

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