Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:01087
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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tablished 1877 Subscription-For Year $1.50; Six Months 7 -Pnyable In Advance E. L.l\IaUhewBEdltor_ and Owner % + ;


I Bradford Girl Lawtey Boy In Civilian Conservation. Camp Bonds For Taxes Enough Money :.; l

I Writes Interesting Letter To This Newspaper t. f.

Are Requested I Wins 2nd Prize Describing Daily Routine Of Forestry WorkersA Not t Accepted For Six Months ,\1: J 1.). \, ',

To Raise Taxes I In Dress Revue life of work and play, much "0:30: A. M.-First call for Rev "At 9 p. m. light go out. But the Until Law FixedClerk Seems Certain n ,'t! i 'I(

the same as that enjoyed by the r else We get up then and make up camp doesn't quiet down until t

Board And County Bond average civilian. Is described in a our bunks and put our barracks in 10:45: when "Taps" are blown. i
hoof I J
For letter received by the Telegraph order.
Both Ask "We work only five days per .
Tnaftne Revenuee i Mis Marguerite Prevatt Receives last week from Ernest E. Morgan "0:45: -Revelee. week. Saturday morning Is de- Receives Letter From Comptroller Superintendent Griffin Say NoDanger }:

I Recognition For Her Sport Lawtey boy now in the Eastport "0:46: -General Assembly.At voted to cleaning up the camp and Le Advising Him to Running Short During I.'
Outfit At Short Coune Civilian Conservation Walt For Court Action That Time
Board of County Commls- Corp. General Assembly everybody grounds around the barracks. At

at their Monday meeting Miss Young Morgan gives a detailed line. up in platoons In front of the noon Saturday anyone who wishes clerk -
Prevatt Brad- I
)Dere requested to levy a tax oft Marguerite description of the dally routine in barracks and the platoon commanders may get a pass and leave camp A. J. Thomas of the circuit Bradford County school will have 'r I
,re for the general fund for : County 4-H girl, won second a conservation camp and we take checks up to see If every one until Sunday night at 10 o'clock, court, this week made public let- 41725.10 to operate after all + '
mms in the
prize State Dress Review
This figure repnts pleasure In publishing it for our la present. If there are any announcements provided they haven't broken a ter received In his office from script has been redeemed, bonds
purposes. held In Tallahassee the
cool increase of two mills during readers who are Interested In how they are made then. rule of the camp, such as being; Comptroller J. M. Lee, advisingthat and Interest retired, and material,
an assessment. Short Course at the Woman's Col- Bradford County boys are spend- "6:00: A. M.Breakfast. late at assembly leaving bed and no bonds be accepted In pay- paid for, A. J. Griffin, superintendent -

'er last School year's Board tote lege.Miss ing their time in the reforestationwork. "We line up and file Into the barracks untidy etc. ment for delinquent county or district I announced this week. This ; '

The levy the Prevatt's costume consisted mess hall in single file getting our "We have church services taxes until the state supreme amount Is slightly In access of the ; ,
millage for Interest and :of a brown and tan silk sports The Lawtey boy writes; eats as we go by a table near the Sunday for those who remain In I court passes on the validity of the sum necessary to operate the a

wing funds In the various dls- dress with accessories to match. "While we were in Fort Screvenwe door. camp over the weekend and on Futch bill. schools for a six months term, Mr. J t4 '

ng No. 3, five i The under garments were tan silk worked at various such "7:00 The bill now under attack In the Griffis said as estimates have)
.ts: No. 2, six mills: jobs, as : A. M.-Assembly or Work Wednesday evenings we have some n
mills No. 18 pongee. The entire outfit cost cutting brush and Call. court and other state placed operating costs at $0000 per
Us; No. 6, eleven ; $6.85.In grass building : kind of entertainment, such as picture supreme 1
nlils. sidewalks roads, and gravel paths "We are lined up and marchedover shows, lectures 'etc., all free courts, authorizes from five to month. jf1f
Brae commissioners also received, order' to participate In the also cleaning up around the fort. to the Forestry Headquarterswhere of charge. twenty years moratorium on delln- j Mr. Grlffls based his estimate on "". I ,

om, the Board of County Bond contest the girls must have been "In the afternoons we engagedIn we get on trucks and go to "We have contests between bar- quent tax payments and allows the $62.725.70 aa the anticipated revenue '"

a request to make an aalament 4-H Club members for three years, some sort of sport, such as voP the woods. racks evening. Some play use of bonds In paying county and from all sources for tho I ,

on all the taxable property and It was also required that they ley ball, soccer, diamond ball, base "At present we are clearing fire diamond every ball, others horseshoes district taxes which are past due. 1933-34 term. Against this he "

Bradford County, both real send all their record books to the ball and swimming. Everyone In lanes In the woods. A strip twenty others volleball, usually all at the Mr. Thomas said that he would placed $11,070.60 as the amount ; P#

d personal sufficient millage to State office, and that they makea the fort belonging to the C. C. C. feet wide is cleared of everything.The same time, but In different parts act accordingly, and that no bonds owed teachers and bus drivers on' Y' '

$36,000 for payment of in- complete outfit of clothes, and was required to participate In some stumps are dug up and all pal- of the camp. All the games are will be accepted In payment of de- outstanding. script; $1,000.00 to retire '

ere ret\ and retirement of bonds at model it before the judges. form of sport every afternoon ex- mettoes are grubbed up so that a played between supper and dark. linquent Bradford County taxes bonds and Interest; and 98,480( ". 9, f

turlty, and also $10.000 for The'contestants were allowed to cept Saturday and Sunday. tractor and plow may come along I After dark the boys either go to until such time as the courts have for material. ( ,

intenance of county roads.The choose their dresses from four "Several times a week in the and plow a fire break. the camp excange or canteen or definitely determined the construction No statement as to the value of '

commissioners will likely act classes: cotton school dress; sports evenings the camp put on a boxing "Usually there are a few men I to the barracks to read. and application of the Futch monies deposit! to Interest and ;r

these requests next month, dress; afternoon dress; and infor- bout. Three times a week we wentto left in ramp every day. They quit "We here at Eastport are sta- law. Sinking fund can be made until the '
Comptroller J. M. Lee has mal party frock. the moving picture show, for a for dinner at ll:30.a.m.: ( The men Comptroller Lee's letter said: value of bonds have been de- '
tioned In five-room bungalow
ked e that this work be held up Winner of first prize In the con- small charge of fourteen cents In the woods eat at lt:45: and have houses belonging to the Brooks "In view of the many attacks termined. .S' AGi,, Eq

ill the fate of the much disputedtch test was Miss Margaret Ogleveeof each. Taken as a whole we had their dinner carried*{\0 them hot Scanlon Corporation! In fact we now pending In the courts of the At the board's Monday meeting, '.
plenty of good amusements. The state Including the supreme courton the Brooker school .-
bill has been determined. Duval County. She will be every day. are living in their old mill quar patrons of were
Estimates were received Monday awarded a trip to Chicago late this food is good. I have heard but "12:00: -Dinner. ters. the validity of the Futch bill present to object to the driver on "

special sub-school fall. very few boys here In camp com- "1:00: P. M.-Work again till Attorney General Landis has de- the route known as Kelly or Zlff ,
<,m the several that certain mllle plain about it. 3:30.: "For the past fifteen days I have clined to give further departmental route. After much wrangling It

stricts asking against' of the "We stayed In Fort Screven four From 3oO: until,5 o'clock we been up In South Georgia building opinions as to Its admlnlntra- was decided to let the present driver I.

be assessed both real and personal Inch Man Drowns In weeks before we came back to usually; rest and prepare for supper camps for other companies of tlon. You are therefore' advised continue with his contract but u

perty,the said districts as fol- Florida. .at If p.m. From 0 p.m until C. C. C. that any misconstruction placed 1 to add another bus to the Brooker

of mills No. 2, five "Our camp duties and routine is 9 p.m. We read, play cards or ram- "Yours sincerely upon this bill will be at your perU! school.
vs: No. 1, five ; as follows: ble about camp. "ERNEST E. MORGAN." and I recommend that you decline The school bus route at NeW'River 'r
ten mllla No. 4, ten Paradise Lake
No.3, ;
ills; further acceptance of bands in pay was given to P. M. Merritt. ''a' t'
Its; No. 5. ten mills; No. 6, ten MARION M. McGEE friends here who will sympathizewith MKS. VAN EVA CLEMONS: :
ment of taxes until the courts. have Mrs. J. M. Alvarez was appointed q g
No. 7, ten mills; No. 11, ten Funeral services Funeral services for Mrs. Van
I lIes; were held Wed them In their sorrow. definitely determined its construction school nurse for Bradford County
ite; No. 12, three mllla; No. 15, Tragedy Ends Boating Trip of nesday afternoon at the Methodist Those attending the funeral from Eva Clemons and Infant, who died and application."I High School, to serve without 4 )

mills; No. 18, ten mills. There aa Resident And Church in Stuart for Marion M. Starke, were Mr. and Mrs. O. A. suddenly at their home at Hell- further recommend that tax t'
o mils; No. 18, ten mills. Wife N. M' 'Gee, 49, who passed away at his Andreu and Miss Hannah Swindell. bronn Springs Sunday night, was assessors of counties ask for an ex- All schools In the county are to '
County officers filed their re- home near Stuart Monday night -. held Monday at 5 o'clock at New
I tension of time in which to present begin July 10 except Hampton and i4 '
rti, giving net receipts of their James Kaufman of Theressa was after an illness of one year's dura- TIIKEB CONVICTS ESCAPE Hope Church, near Brooker with their roll for equalization and that Starke. Hampton will begin in Au. ',

flees for the first six months of drowned In Paradise Lake_ Friday. tion.Mr. Three white prisoners escaped the Revs. Lloyd Johns. W. M. Moo- county commlsiaoners grant such gust, and Starke In September.The t'
33 as follows: Superintendent McGee, a native of Starke dy and L. Anderson officiating. I
afternoon of last week. from the State Prison Farm Mon- extension as provided by law In or- board members agreed to j ,
e public Instruction 1090.00; tax Mr. Kaufman, with his wife was left here years ago and located at Interment took place In the New der that the total asseaod. valuations deed the land at Kelly School back 4
:iU.04 tax collector, Stuart and was active in the day night by con&nandeerlng a Hope cemetery with Boree and f
r S80r, $ ; boating on the lake. They had very. which may be vitally affected to the Empire Lumber Company. ;,' ,r ,
630.06 clerk of court, $714.98; development of the East Coast prison truck. Those who escapedwere Glddens. Jacksonville morticians
; by court decisions may be definitely l
dived from their boat and were
unty judge, $909.13; sheriff, town, where he had served the past Jack Harris serving a term In charge. determined." hl "j r
about to climb back Into It, whena Road 13 Project )
,823. four years 'as sheriff of Martin from Duval County for breakingand Surviving the deceased, besides .
I County Judge's report of finds gust of wind carried It out of County, being defeated In the last entering; Albert Dixon, sent her husband, Laurlce C. Clemons, {Walts On Survey '
their reach, while they were still from Volusla County for armed four children Vera Mae Vlvl-
d costs, and reports of jail Inter Democratic primary. up are Canning Work -
In deep water. robbery, and Lawrence Pugh serv- rette L. C., Jr., and Robert; her
home demonstration agent, Interment was made in the family State Road Department engineers I
d Justice of Peace Jonathan Neither were good swimmers, plot at Waveland cemetery at ing a term for breaking and enter- parents, Mr. and ?Mrs. William Net have not completed their sur. 1 '

t ea were also received.The but Mrs. Kaufman succeeded in Jensen.. ing In Escambta County tles, and three sisters, and one HereOver vey for the second proposed route 1 I

matter of employing a full reaching shore. Her husband how- Surviving ''the deceased are his brother. Speeds Up for the Road 13 cut-off' near ''I

I. ne county agent was then taken ever, became exhausted and sankIn widow, and four daughters, Misses 'AOOH 'tJaq.JaH-'uA\oP Hampton. e. ; e + s

t > and It was decided to continue water twenty or thirty feet deep. Florrie, Lettie, Clara and Marie :jon pens dn zpjvpuvii| SA\ ra 2ao( The government of Slam Is I Road department officials here

Joint ararngement with Union Mrs. _Kaufman ran for help, but all of Stuart, who have many: os ezipavpavja o? :;in3\ ire .| U boosting railway construction. 0,000 Can. Preserved During this week however, said that the '' ,

e unty, as Is now being operated, the body was not recovered until Fast Week, Demonstration. survey Is expected to be finished

). :ft the additional services as out- several hours later, when. It was Agent Buys within a short period and that ;

t ed by Mr. Nettles. dragged up with a seln. they would Immediately thereafter {
The following were struck off Mr. and Mrs.. Kaufman had recently .r- .t\ Busy workers In Bradford Coun- make their report to the County ,'

e county pauper roll Andrew moved to Theressa from Or- '1'UG NbOPOfU ty last week canned more than Bond Trustees In order that the* ;t* iI

ckson Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Tur- ange Heights. He had taken partIn 4,000 cans of various foodstuffs, work of securing rlghts-of-way; r t '

r, W. W. Coleman, Elizabetht the work of the Christian according to Miss Pearl Jordan may go forward. '

and the following were red Church during the. brief time he ph7i1LtfA1S 4 home demonstration agent. The have of
.M grand total for the county Is now Friends of the road project
: Alfred and Annie lived In Theressa and was also an p '
'' rested easier since they were assured + ,
1Y j jWITII than a
WOetO more cans, agent
111 $10 to $8 per month; J. C. active Christian Endeavor worker. by the department officials) '

,t x from $5: to $4 per month.Upon Funeral services were conductedby APOU said.Workers at Starke were busy that there was no doubt but what f '

n r est of J. A. Morgan the pau- S- H. Dodd, and Interment was I Thursday putting from a funds would be appropriated for ,t

., r allowance of Mrs. :Margaret In Orange Heights cemetery. field donated by up J. II.peas Hundley. the work In spite of the delay made & '
.ri rton was raised from $2 to $3 -I.- J second 1 !' f
i / Other vegetables have been donated necesary by surveying the ,I ,
4 r month Starke Loses Game To I
The II and It la likely that 5.000 more i'
applications of Jack Herd
Green Cove SpringsStarke I S
cans will be filled during the pres- '
r1 McKinney, Mary Thlllman ent week. CHEVROLET: : COMPANY MOVES i ,
L 11. Pink Thornton for aiwance The Torode Chevrolet Company I
pauper -
lost a closely contested There Is no danger of runningout
was refused after due coneraUon. this week moved Into the building t '
here last Thursday to Green of cans, Miss Jordan said. Five
0 game '
recently vacated by J. W, Andrews 'J'
' Cove Springs, the score being 10-7. thousand are expected to arrive
'a C. C. Johns was allowed $3 for Jr. Mr. Torode has expressed him +
Paul Moore pitched five Innings, within a few days and more can be 1
month because of ill health; and "Speed" Harvey went the rest .fs obtained whenever needed. self as being pleased with his new M I ,
11. Maggie stucco and
Strickland headquarters
was of the way for the home team. Miss Jordan last week held a !
ed $2 for tile on West Call Street. r
one month; J. C. ,: building '
Starke threatened to win the canning demonstration at the homeof
;t gett was allowed $2 for one game in the last of the ninth, but hkiAfww Leaston Crews In Hampton. At /, :

ath, and Mrs. C. S. Johns was failed in the lost moments.The this time, a beef weighing COO Letter Box

owed $2 per month. Mrs. W. A. Harvey pound. was preserved. 1
ier boys who played were: h4 ,
was placed on the pauper Wall '
Rlckenbacker Williams
at $3 Lawtey, Fin, June 28, 1933+
per month, and W. C. Klckliter, Hagan McEachern, -: NEW COURT EMPLOYER: !
8* for the care of J., H. Rome Jones Moore McMillan. .' I J. R. Kelley has recently accepted Editor Telegraph. 1 ,

was allowed $5 per month. Lake, Butler, comes here Thursday ';.. employment In the office of Btarke, Fla. ,p t .1 ,,4

communication was received 20. This to be .f. clerk of the court; he is the son of Dear Sir:
""a S. G. July promises I have read with much Interest l' ,'
Lewis asking for an exPilon a close contest as the Starke boys Mrs. Beulah Kelley; his father, the 1
from payment of taxes be- will seek revenge for losing a previous late Allen Kelley, died'whlle J. R. the controversy between the citizens py'

use of a Physical disability; same game to them by a score .. was quite young child; he is also of Hampton concerning the
:referred to the county tax as- of 6-0. the grandson of the late Albert 8. location of the proposed road la t G

c r.1t1a. 'Fsr (Abb) Crosby, an old time resident that section. I
being the proper time to of the county. He Is a graduate of Let me offer as a suggestion ,
w a jury for the Green Thinks Canal ifs the Bradford High School that if the objection of the citizen
county judge's Y t SG County 'tp
utt but because of lack of time Likely In 12 Months J JE of Hampton Is sustained, a survey '

*wa s postponed until Monday, OF THE S4TJ; GASOUNW: STOVE Bt'IlNS it the road In this section be made;
f 10M provided In Chapter 'Congressman' R. A. Green last The fire department was called and some of the hazards and S!

Acts of Compiled General week quoted .President Roosevelt ''Or .YLOR/DA% out early Wednesday morning curve. be eliminated In this end of ) '

we i Florida 1921. aa saying that if the report of when gasoline from a small camp. the county. u '

nJ. board then adjourned until army engineers Is favorable, work /' ing stove began leaking and be- I would suggest that the road be +
dty, at the reel de.... of changed in Lawtey as follows:
. July 10, 1933, at 10:00: will begin on the proposed cross- came Ignited .
It a.m. state ship canal within twelve Dr W E. Middleton. Dr. Middle- Starting at Blanchard's filling etc

months. ;. ; ton received burns on his hands In tion, continue it northward to + 4

*resb 't.'rtan Church Speaking last Thursday at the trying to put out the firs, which again Intersect with the present / t, # .

!8e lev.IGeorge H. Lowry, minister. annual Woodman of the World picnic .\ was under control when the fire road near the farm of J. H. Moore of, '
+ approximately two miles north ;
Sunday Mr. Green referred truck arrived.
July 9, as folIO at Fellowship,
: ....,, .. I Lawtey. If this Is done It will i, 4'r7
to the proposed waterway a* -- q--- -- -- -- -
f ,ff '
A. eliminate two dangerous curve i
M-Sunday School.. T. S. the "Franklin D. Roosevelt CanaL"He When the status of Florida was ,
B+ma. acting Introduced Into Congress The strange POSSUM, like the Hollls Tyler, 40, died at ns| home here and get the traffic away from i
superintendent. said a
U ti carries iU changed in 1846 from a territory school which Is a very eb ,
.-Mrntag Worship. Ber- the bill providing for the survey Kangaroo of Australia, sed for it being in Saxton, June 26. our public
''II by When the state a state was provided beld from dangerous place during the school
youngsters Funeral services were
, the pastor, "HIm With and would fight for the canalas after birth in a pouch. of 1' r
the first
We Have to Do." long as he remains In Congress, grow larger they climb aboard the stipulated that governor the Church of God) at Baxton with term.S
.-Chrtst'n' Endeavor; or until it is completed. uiothisr'i back for free transportation: and the state should approve the design. Gov. the Rev. 3. C. Sellers In charge. I am cure a large portion of our y

rle Stump, leader.' -- ,... .- 'what's'going on. There Moseley was the first governor of the Interment was In the Dekle cemetery citizens will agree with me on this.
where they can
e 3 P. .I.-Union. service at'rule ". i Church of God 20 different species of o posUUIA state and it is presumed .that he suggestedthe in Lake Butler. Important change: here which will s
t Church& We join with .A. revival is being continued at are without design of the .wal. It was officially Pallbearers were: L. R. Starling add to the payroll of this section v
other at Saxton with some with pouches'some seal used until D. Thomas O. T. Nelson while construction Is In progress. i
a Churches *'the City ta the Church of God tTieir about at night. adopted in 1847. This was l
a 4 ler1ce.col'd1a1. R. F. KIrkland, pastor In charge.A but all do gadding sec- supplanted In 1866 bythe?; present state George Mosley, Wesley Graves and Yours truly REDDISH. 1 tip ( ":,
invitation to all our cordial invitation is extended: to They ale fouiui In practically every, *, Raymond Crews. 11 -*,t V. R.
*es ., .J ___ .. --r.-- -
y extended to aa. alL" ...tiOl1 cLF1cthIa. _: '-- -

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Telel1rapl.lVrilera By Special lye Community Happenings Us b Tues.NnUn-


I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards were See. T R
Zelgler and family Sunday after- Dracrlptloat A. Owner
'visitors in Starke Saturday afternoon -
I noon. GRAHAM Lots 2. 4. E, 6, 7 A. 9. 10. 11,
VANDERBILT LAWTEY' Miss Mabel Blount of Holllster Is 13 of Block 1:! New River
Starke Saturday afternoon with In EU of NEU.' of Sea 23
t 1 Cor. o. J. rhiai., cor. visiting' Mrs. J. R. Kaufman.Mrs. MlM Blltsi "......, C... In and WVa of NW"-U' 8 20 Wiggins Bros. ___ _
tar j Carrie Hell Nermaa. Arthur MUlken of Sliver friends. Lots 2. 8. 4. 6, 8, 7, 8, 8. 10, -- I III.

f k j Lake was visiting her parents Mr. Rev. F. M. Garrett was visitinghis 12 of Block 14 NewRiveI'

,. i 1 lllas DelorU Bloodsworth Is School Opens MondayThe 1 and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Monday. Little Ralph McKinney died Friday mother In Lawtey Sunday. Sec. S3 In and EH of of NBU NWU-24\of 8 110 Wiggins Dro. .

''h t1 4 pending: a week with her aunt, Lawtey Junior High School Miss Kathryn Weest and Miss morning at the home of his Mrs. Lona English was a visitor Lot. 2, 8, 10 11.01 of Block -- ------ ,
He born July IB New River In EH of
here. was
)(n. Ellen Barber, in Jacksonville wll begin its 1933-34 term Monday, Ruth Williams of Hampton were parents In Starke Saturday. NEU of Sec 23 and WV4

i i I Misses Muriel and Rachel Silcox July 10, with the following as Its week-end guests of Mrs. Arthur 21, 1932. He had been sick for six Church services held hire second of NVI\4\ .______..________14 s toe Wiggins Bros. _- -
All Dlockll IT, 18. II, 10, 2 1 ----- I
weeks, and since June 9, had Prayer meetIng
of Starke, Miss Lillian Kelley of faculty: Milllgan at her home on Silver and fourth Sundays. 22. 21 New River In Httof
Marcus Conner and Russell Mrs. D. Lake. patient at the Gill Hospital, every Wednesday night.BROOKER NEU\ of Sec. 23 ana
Rising W. L. Beacon, principal;
________ 2i so
Starke. W% of lWVi Wll'elne Bros ___
,. Norman were visiting in Jacksonville 1. Blackburn, Miss Ruby Mae Pop- Lot 6 of Block 24 New River -- _--- I '
Funeral services were hold Sat In E14\ of NEU\ of Seo
Anderson Mrs. L.
Sunday. Mrs. G. A. ,
1 pell, urday morning At Santa Fe Cemetery 23 and WMi of NWU' _____24 8 20 C. A.. :tohna__ __ .
,i Miss Alene Ritch of Ralford H. Hill, Mrs. H. :M. Snyder, Miss Rev.C. T Lots 2, 3 of Block '24 New --- -. I .
''spent the week-end with Misses Eunice Whitehead. Mrs. James T. RAIFORD and were conducted by River in EH of NEU of
a C. Butler. Sec 23 and WU of NWU24All \ 6 20 Wiggins Eros
d Mary and Mildred Alvarez. Moore, Mrs. W. L. Beacon. On account Bed Keroe Cor. I HIM Von Oal..,. Cer. Block 28 ex Lot 1 New ------.-- I

William and Woodrow Alvarez of the short term this seasonit Surviving! Ralph are his parents, River in EV4 of NE% of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKInney; Sec. 21 and ofN WULots \ 6 20 Wiggins Bros _
with __
q pent the week-end In Ralford Is that all patrons will try who 11,08 ---- I
hoped of Block -
Hazen 5. 10.
To some, eight and a half milesof three sisters, Mrs. Cassle Graves, L. O. and Purvis 9.
I" !. their sister, Mrs. Rodman Reddish. to keep their children attending time in 26 New River In EMi of
and lone walking may seem quite a Carrie and Marguerite McKInney, have been spending soma NI5U See 23 and. W.,., pfNWfc
C. Alvarez
t Mr. and Mrs. J. regularly and let us all endeavor to task, but not In every case in the and six brothers, Rhue, Eugene, South Carolina working, have returned \ -.Si I 10 Wiggins Bros _-_
the dinner guests of Lots S. S 7. 9 11 of Block ---- I
,, family were do as much in the short term as we home here.L. 1. .
of Starke' least. C. C. C. boys from the camp M.- L., Leonard, Horace and Otis to their 27 New River In Eof
1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp have been doing In our longer located on the other aide of the McKInney. D. Polk and children, Audrey NKU of Sec. 23 and WV4 .

t Sunday. terms. of this week NWU _--Si I 10 Wiggins Bros __
state farm from here be and Lorena, spent part -- --' I
can seen -
We to hear that Mrs. Lots 1. 3. 5, 7, 9, 10 11, 12,
/ are sorry, almost any time after their regular Card of Thanks in Trenton with friends and rela- IS of Block 28 New RiverIn ,
?" ; i Frank/ Norman Is very ill. We Quiet Fourth K'4 of NE'1of Seo 23
r dally duties are done, hiking' in We wish to thank tives. and of NWI4.U 8 10
her our many WH Wiggins Bros ,
{ wish a speedy recovery.
y/ The Fourth of July this year was to Raiford after a "dope" and to friends and relatives for their Rev. G. E. McGauley held regu- Lot 11 of Block 80\ New h- --- .
Conner and Russell Nor expressions
Marcus River In E! Hof NEU of
man were visiting: In Starke Sat- very quiet here. All merchants pass an hour or so away chattingto of sympathy and their lar church services here Sunday. s.... 21 and WV4 of NW\4-U\ 8 10 Wlelns Bro. _h___. .
,1 closed their stores and departed for local boys about their new positions. many acts of kindness shown us in Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter, All Block 81 ex Lots 2, 4. 6 -- -

urday night. places out of the city many cpend-! afternoons too find New River In EH of NEU
Sunday Minnie Lou and Mrs. Alvin McKinney
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and our bereavement.We of Sec 83 and W% of

children were visiting In Evergreen ing the day at the beaches and the streets filled with the blue also wish to thank everyonefor who have been spendingsome NW4 __________________24 8 20 Wiggins' Bro. _h___.__ I
d I Lot 12 of Block 32 New
ectlon Sunday. nearby lakes. pants rookies and they seem to the beautiful floral offerings.Mr. time in Georgia, have returned River In K'4 of NEV of

1 Remember Sunday School every enjoy the little hike as If It was and Mrs. J. A. J. McKInney home here. 23 and WIi 4 of NWU-24\ 6 SO Wiggins Bros ______.__ 1
All Block Lot II
83 NewSee
Browning Improving but a mere mile or so. Quite a few
and Clifton Polk who has been
Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock; B.I Family. River in E"4 of NRV of .
'y Y. P. U. Sunday night; David Browning who was last extra dollars are also realized by spending some time in Plant City 23 and WV4 of NWU-\ : 6 20 Wiggins Bros. n_._____ I
l' All Block 43 ex Lot 12 NewSeo.
prayer meeting on Wednesday week injured In an accident in local merchants by their regular Austin Flowers and Dan Price of with relatives returned home Fri River In Eta of NEi/l of

nights, and the sing every Friday which his two companions Lonnie visits, besides the pleasure of havIng Lake Wales are visiting friends Men 23 and W<4 of NWU2iAll \ 6 SO Wiggins Broil. _nh_,_ I
the boys around. day.The Block 41 ex Lot* 8. 8, 4,
p night. Everybody la welcome to, and Charles Carter were killed, Is B. Y. P U. Federation meetsat R, 6, 7, 8 New River In

i( attend. I making a rapid recovery at his Malcolm TompKins and S. B. here.Miss the Missionary Baptist Church KV: of NEU of Sec. S3
Carry McKinney of Starke and WH of NWI4U I 20 Wiggins Bro. ___.__
_._ 1
of is Invitedto
ft 1 home west Lawtey. Brooks are home a few days with Is visiting her sister Mrs. Felton here Sunday. Everybody All Block 46 ex Lots 2. S,

their parents from the C. C. C. attend. R, 6, 7, H New River In
BOREE & GIDDENS Graves. KU of of Seo. S3
r fluidness, Change camp located near Jacksonville, at Mr and Mrs. Jesse of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey spent and WW of NWV4_____24NWU 8 110 Wiggins Bros. I
e FUNERAL DIRECTOR.i J. L. Harrell, Jr., Friday closed May Port. The boys had from, last Surrency Sunday in Jacksonville with their of SfKVt! ': _____________27NWH 8 10 40 C. E. Andrews._U__-- _-_
i Caiket nimplmr Room N... Depot Tampa were visiting relatives here of NW>4 and 81i1( of
ti At Hr.nf .. WarehaaaeLICIDNSIIO a deal whereby he has leased the Sunday until Tuesday night off. Saturday. daughters Mrs. L. A. Mintz and NWU -_______________27K4 8 110 120 D. W. Kelley_______ .__ 2.

EMBALMER Texaco filling station from Carl Mack Sweat and Ralph Thorntonare Mrs. A. B. Crosby. They were of NK'4 _.______________28 8 110 80 D. W. Kelley_______ .___ b

.<......b.... ervleef Carter who will devote his time to also around town after puttingIn Leon Graves has returned home accompanied home by their grandson I3iv4 of 8W\4\ and S% of
t after spending several months in sty of B1'4.': _._________118 8 10 80 Eugene Bryan __ __ 1S;
Alwar liner Pho.e B-34 his strawberry crop In East Law- a little better than two months Glen Crosby, who will spend Lot J and BV4\ of Lot 4 and Un

i a* .. .> lilverald Ave, JaekaosivllU tey with F, D. R squad of redbug Windermere. this week with them NV4 of Lot 10_________.31 8 U 180 Federal Land Dank ct
Jimmy Reynolds of Jacksonville Columbia. ___ S'
scratchers.A H. P. Gainey and son, Everette, SRV of NWU___________82 8 to 80 Mr" F. J. CoIHon__ __ I I.
Is visiting his mother Mrs. Etta .______ __ _
NE 4 of Nnii ___ S3 6sny. 10 40 Eugene Bryan 1 fi<
Locals farewell at to business in
party was given were attending
nt NE'44-----------.33 6CV 10 _
AVER Reynolds.Miss 40 Elisa WIIIon I!
: WORI(6:... O. W. Roberts has a crew of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Starke Monday. % of SWVi and
i, Letty Thomas of Tampa is i1':71.'f _._ ___.
SWU 33NWU 6 110 80 Alfred _
I Thomas
roof of the Mrs.
workmen placing a new Espy' last week in honor of Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo u'
NERVES"UUP I visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ex 10 A In SW Cor34 8 20 150 Eugene. Bryan I
k pIAA the latest design asbestos shinglesand G. C. Sapp and son, Wilbur, before S. T Thomas. spent pact of last week here with I. SEVi _-_i_________-_____34SEV. 8 10 160 1'01. F. &; Lawrence Irlg

+ when completed will add to the their departure for Savannah Ga. her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wal !'
Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs T. C. and SVj of NEVi--____36NWU 8 110 240 Empi re Lumber Co I.
appearance of this modern home. where they expect to make their Crews. l : of NEVi 1NWVi 7 20
The local hand ball team and future home. Smith were visitors to Starke Mr. and Mrs. Leaston i| : ; ____ __.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 2 7 20 1g: at.Empire F. &Lumber Lawrence Co.Wiggins : II

Thursday __ S
tho C. C. C. boys, located on New Uncle Charlie McClay, who was Miss is daughter, Elaine, of Graham spent All ex NWVl\ of NWU -_____ 3 7 110 800 :t. S. Howard__. _:11
River fast and Interest struck last week when Lecy Fogg visiting her SEV of NR"i and SWU of
played a by lightning afternoon here as
sister, Mrs. Lillian Conway, in Pa- guests, S12U and EV4 of SWU\ ____ 4 7 20 180 3. S. Howard_ 6'
ing game of hand ball on the local answering a telephone in the officeof latka. this of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W+4 of NWV______________ 4 7 20 110 V. V. Haaen____ n 1
diamond Sunday afternoon when Crews' store here where he Is an Mr. and Mrs. Mallle Surrency W'j of SWVt______________ 4 7 10 80 J. A. Drown___ 2'
) 7 xf d. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. :Mott of NF14 ___ _________________ 5 7 20 180 V. V. n..n. ____ t'R '.
J the local boys won by a score of employee, Is improving greatly, Brooker attended church here are the proud parents of a baby I % of SC+lC________ -__ 6 7 18 80 L. A Brown -
r 4.t three to two. and Is able to be back on his regu- day. girl born Monday, June 26. I Lots Acre 8, B.In SB li Cor, if of---6 NEU\ 7 400 Unknown. --: :::__:_.:: Ii..

Alias Abble Harley is visiting relatives lar dally grind as meat cutter. 'Ve to that __ ___ _
.t Mis. Leta Durbin and daughter are very sorry report of 8WM -_ -_ -. 8 7 10 1 UnUknown __ ..__ i
In Charleston S. C. this The Raiford ball club took a Robert Green Is the sick list I 2 AcreIn BE Cor of SWVi
Grace Lee, of Jacksonville are visit of SWU_____ .________. 8 7 202M. P. hiatheney-- ____
week.A. Jaunt to Live Oak last Sunday and her this week. We wish him a speedy EH of Frnct Blk S ex W

M. Lewis returned from a hooked horns with the Live Oak- ing parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. recovery.Mr. 184 ft. Ward City______ 8 7 20 E. M. Kasen.--____.
Fogg. Lots 8. 0, 10, 11 of Block 7 ,
business trip to New York City tans to be defeated by a good score.J. Mrs. Aleen Call is visiting her and Mrs. L. W. Sowells of Ward City._ ___ ___ .____ 8 7 20 R. T. Ooteen_____--.____ r
Monday. M. Conner, C. Hunter and Micanopy spent Sunday here with Lots 22, 23, 24, 26, 26 of
parents In Melrose this week. Blk 8, Ward City__.____ 8 7 20 E. it!. Hazen---__ I'
,i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of other members of the school board her mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. Lots 8, 4, S, 8, 7. 8 of Block mo'

Webster spent the Fourth here the and board of county commissioners Mr. and Mrs. John Mott were at- 10 Ward City u_____ .__ 8 7 20 Mrll. S. E. Mott____.____ s
Lot 11 of Block 11 Ward
TO your MI In work guests of his parents. were In Lake Butler Monday at- tending to business in Starke Tues- City ___n__ ________. ____ 8 7 20 3I. P. MatheneyLot. _______._ 1
I Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of tending to their regular monthly PINE HILL .. 2. t of Block 13 Ward
4 at high tension ____._ ________ __
wonder day.Mrs. City n 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny________._
t No you nay at the) wife Tampa spent the Fourth here with duties. Alice Thomas and children, Lots 7, 8 of Block 13 Ward

IIDd bark at the children. Mrs. Mayo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Elinor Redd was visiting II. L. Garrett, Cor. Mrs. M. P. Matheny and Mrs. Emery City _____-__________ ____ 8 7 20 !\t.... Mary Ifobbs- ____
.Wateh oat! Overwork! Lot 6 of Dlock 18 Ward
H. Moore friends In Lake Butler Monday aft- Matheny were attending to City ____._______________ S 7 20 R. T. O..teenUh u._
8MTTM may lead to Bleepleu- Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish of ernoon. Dawson Griffis of New River business In Starke Tuesday. Lot- 3. 4.Crjyl of Block 20

..ss4.Nerrons Ileadaeh*. K r*>> Jacksonville Clerk of the Court S. T. Ward -_--_ -? -_-- 8 7 20 ....: L. R. CalneyLot _______ .__ 1
It, .m Indigestion and a boat .t were visiting relatives Dowling, was visiting this section Satur- 8 of Block 22 Ward

Char nnpleatant dlitartMUUMeV here Sunday who was stricken suddenly last day and Sunday.W. South Africa's abestos is pro- City _________ _________ 8 7 10 O. H. Parker.Commencing _____--_..

r I Why don't :you try Dr. Mites Miss Dolly Dlnktns Is spending Saturday afternoon while drivingover M. Muse was here Saturday.Mrs. duced mainly in Southern Rhodesiaand SW Cur 0f SEU B60 ft of H HW'A of

b' u EC.rrescent Nerrlne TablMat the week with relatives and friendsin to our town with his wife and J. W. Prevatt was a visitor the Transvaal. and ,run E 10O ft, N 110

JaR one in a half lass ol Webster.Mr. other members of his family, was ft.beir W100ft.S310ftto Bounded H by J. A.

water makes a pleasant, rpejk. and Mrs. Paul M. Moore are taken to his sister's, Mrs. Joe Ca- Abbot Bldence lot..___ 8 7 20 M. P. Matheney________
hog. drink deDcBtfnOy t w tl tffj spending the week at Jacksonville son, here and is greatly Improvedto NOT]!ICE SEU of SEU' ': less road__ 0 7 20 88 r,. R. Oalney___________ I
t'3 to errer-taied nerrea. I SEU of SB14\ __________10 7 2i&> 40 M. F. .& Lawrence Wig-
Beach. what he was Saturday, Sundayand Notice Is hereby given that the to flowing described lands will be sold ..Ina _____ 1
v Dr. liilev Kervtnej fa nowwade at public auction on the FIRST MON OAT IN AUGUST 1938, It being: the 4A on W side of SWVi of ---
in two form*-Liquid and Mrs. Wilma Bohannan of MiamiIs Monday. Mr. Dowling was very 7th day of said month, before the Cou Irthf>uoe Door at Starke In Bradford NWM- S of road_----_- _14 7 20 S F. C. Hollingsworth.SW ____
Kfferreeeent. Tablet. Both hae visiting her parents,. Mr and low for a while and his doctor 'I County. State ef Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary. to pay \% of NWU\ ex road and
the amount due for taxes set opposlt. :e the same, together with the cost ex 2U A S of road on W
the earn soothing .< i l 11.00 at you drnj; .tor* C. Prevatt and family spentthe his spell, but states now that thereIs NEU of NEVi____________IB 7 20 40 M. F. & Lawrenceflf

Fourth at Palatka. hope for him. gins ._____ I
J : ." Bee. T R A Owaer A Co.taiO SEU of NEU 5 A N of
i 1JM.'fld; Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Jones were The Ralford Junior high school ex. ___15 7 20 35 F. C. Holllngsworth____ 1 1J1JI
Ce'l.rrJOIJ. will Its term here SEV4 of srcu' ______________si 6 Itt T. H. Rimes_______S li.30 rtoadNW+QO_8Bof IB 7 20 20 Unknown __ ___ _
: .(dIa'1flJe! visiting Jacksonville Beach Tues open regular of NWU and NV4 ofNEV4 Alf SEV4 of \ road.l6 7 20! 6 M. F. & Lawrence- Wlff--

next Monday. Faculty and princi '- \ of SWU_____--__. 1 7 19 100 Mrs. Polly p. Murrhee_ 3499 gins __ _______ .-'
( day.Miss E'j NKt> of NBU______-IS 7 U 10 I. W. Plnholster, Jr.____ 7.74 Beginning! at a point 8M ft I' --
Alice Gray of Tampa was pal has not yet been announced, as fiE''it NKU______..____.18 7 19 40 M. P. Mathney. ______ 14.30 W of NK! Cor of NWU
T ; the guest of Mrs. F. R. Carradine we could learn. I of SEW ___________.25 5 SO 40 H L. Johns___________. 9.91 and run W on Seo line
( last week. Tom Andrews of Lake Butler : of SEU .--___________25 t 20* 40 Hank of Starke_______ 9.91 4S8 2-3 ft to NW Cor of
y NW'I of and 'o
NEVi El.
of ) of NW%. thence 8
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine was a visitor to his son, E. B. Andrews '4 and 8WU of NBU / line
the here and 'NIJVr-! of SWU and NWy4th\ ncSi H 488 23aft.
and Tom Beck spent Fourth at Monday.
NU IIi- of SWU and thenre N to boir ______17 7 20 80tr... T. P. Ward---- --- 1
Jacksonville Beach. NWft 4,0IF.'t, And NV4 of W% of SWU. of NWU_____17 7 20 30 Mrs S. A. Foxworth- 1
Mlas Hazel Turner of Miami Is NsV'14\ ( -----------_18 5 20 280 .H. L. Johns___________ 71.10 B Acres In St4\ of Lot :2! E of
NWU of NWU ex E 146 2-3 Ry and N of River------- 7 20 5 Empire Lumber Co.---
1'i visiting Miss Lucille Plummer here HIGHLAND yd- and NH of 8WU of SEVi\ of NWI\\ .. .________23 7 20 40 Unknown .__ -_ ::__!
this week. NWU ex E 146 2-3 yds F>.<. of SEM of SEU .-____23 7 20 SO Unknown __.__ _______
and EV4 of 8RU of NWI 44'. 1 < 20 60 Mrs. W. E. Yarbrouch. 15.77 EU of NEU and SWVi\ of

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of M. E. Crews. Cor. H4 acr-n In NW Cnr of SH NEU\ ex road________ ___24 7 20 116 Unknown ... ------ .-- I
Baldwin spent the Fourth here of 9WU of SWU N of NEU of 1'IF.4.n' __1 __24 7 20 40 Unknown ... __- --- I
i Road 3 .and W of toad 5- 1 I 2ft 2 P. WT Kelley._______. 155 WH of NW'4' of SWU and.

with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Sty\ of SWU' of NWU\ and SWU of SWU\ -________24 7 20 60' Unknown ____ ________ I
Little Miss Kathleen Marr returned \ of SW"" and N4 of Commencing at SF! Cor of
... More than *' Mrs. George L. Futch. NMW3; of SWi __________. 1 8 10 80 1If. 11. Moody-_______ 1995 See 24 and run W on Seo.
> 60 Miss Beulah Futch of Miami home Friday after spending NBU\ of SWU______-, ____ 1 8 SO 40 H. L. Johns.------.__ 9.91 line 100 cnna, N 20 chns,
a choice Havana filler- several weeks in Starke with her SK.: of 8WU' of,SE\4\ -----.-_ 2 8 10 10 Frank 8telner______ 791 B 100 chns to Seo. line,
last week
7 spent here with relatives. 8EU of SEU\ _________-.-10.NE3 I 10 40 Unknown ___ _..___ 1.11 8 20 chns to beg.. __-___.24 7 SO 200 C B. Roberts-_______- 6
y i plus other choice Imported Howard Miner left Wednesdayfor sister Miss Ollie Marr. : '... road __-__-____11 -a soso ..108 Frank"Btelner _______ 42.14 Beg. 440 yds S of NW Cor of ,

dy, tobacco... a Jacksonville where he will F. M. Crews, and M. I.. of Ral All EV& of SE14 east of pub- See IB and run F! 4B8 yd-
bXi lie road -___.. .I1< I ..0'W.. T. TurD"'__"': 115.19 8 1320 yds W 4S8 yd-. N
4 taste and aroma fouul spend some time. ford were business visitors in Jacksonville WI at tlW\4t\ ::.__:_1I a 10SVO 80 t'nknown ___ ..___ la.85 1320 yds to the pt of beg.2S 7 20 120 Georgia Loan .

ji only In h fcher priced There will be a baseball game Friday. SWay of BWW of NWW._._-._*_and___-all__12 .8. .so 80 W. T. Turn.r_______ 18.5 The Trust Co. .________
NEU and EH of
clgan_.il.at' JOHN played on the local diamond Sun- Mrs. W. J. Hardee and daughter, NWVl of NWU South ofcrafted NBU of 8WU and NWU Ntt and of

RUSKIN standard of day at 3 between and Kathleen and Miss Maggie Crews road Uss road 81314 and SEU\ of BE44- -
E, "ika p.m. Lawtey of way. Z.- _-._12 8 20so 88 Franli St.lner._____ I5.TS 400 A. Also beg 60 chns
..Iu.. the C. C. C. boys. spent Sunday la Starke 'with rela- SE tof _.----3-_ 13 8 40 tUnknown __I' _____ 14.18 W of SB Cot of Sec. 2S
Nt: of swU..:.-_. _:_n 8 20 40 Mr. Mary E. Turn.r.. 1111 and run W on See line
rib Don't be misled by tives.Miss Eloise Hardee returned. 8W of 8 W U and- ,17V A.16 8 10 40 R. S. John.-.___ t.n 40 chns, N 20 chns, B 40
Eli of 8WV4\ "'\ rhns, S 20 chna to bea*-
old time brand home Sunday after a two months of-W4, of SKUA\ ____U I 10 17 Frank Steln.r____ 14.13 80 A. Also beg at point
b ,,; "marked down to TIIERESSA visit in Tampa. NW'4of-SW'4--1t 8 "."20 40 R. A. Oreen--- I.n 60 chns W of NE Cor of
? All NBU of NKUof RyU Sea 25 and run 8 1S39 ft
50:.-JOHN RUSKIN Marion and Ray McCormlck of and S of NBV and SEU W 234 ft. N 1B39 ft, ri
i' 't I b the ..1:1 cigar giving HIM Rkoda ..1.1.... c... Tampa are spending a while here ant. 8 EU of 8WM_ ___IS .1- 20 aoo R. A. Or.n_____ 70.0 234 ft to>> the point of 11
All 8M Lot. II. S bagS A .__ ..25 ____
q; 1 1 you full 1933 value at the home of their grand father, of New Rlvr ._____ __ ..19 8 10 18 Putnint: Lumber ,Co.7,23 SU of NEU--and-;;--NU- n SEU-- 7 SO 488 C. B. RobertsSO

U Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hall and I F. M. Crews. All SW14. of sm" and 3t and BWU of 8EU-.___2t 7 100 Georgia Loan ilk
i for S The 1
your of SWU H of Rfrer.___SOSKU 8 20 95 Putnam Lumber ._ n.n __ --
children of Starke are spendingthis Mrs. N. T. Green'and children of o4 mNFJ4; end 8EU____31 S 10 11)0 D. W. K.II."____ n.n E'" of SEI4 and SW'4 of Trust Co. --

Try a few today. week at Crystal Lake. Starke spent Sunday here with rel N f ; _________11 SOSO 80 R. A. Or.en.-______ 13.n 8E'4 -____ __35 4 21 ISO :John Orlffla _______ 4:
iii k f You will enjoy Miss Mildred Phillips has returned of SW V4 of SEI4U s 20 Hannah Wltllams_ 1.41 SH' of svi\ .-_--,__s8 4 21 ao Mrs. Hester Sapp- --
every atives. W ___,--------II. 6 20 320 D. W. K.lley.____..... NWV4 of NEVi: and EH of
puff. to her home here after visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. D.. Lang. Mable SE' of NWI4\ ..,.. 1 A In 8WV4 of NE>"_ ; 1 5 11 80 :J. S. Rool.rSIi ._-- 1
NFl Cop for church _____
her 23 e 30'NWy at B. J.: J. S. H.1ley.s... 10.n of NEV4 of NWand ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.
grandparents Lang and T. Lang here \ of NKU\ and NH of
stopped "4 of i
NW\4\ ... 1 6 21 Ro.ler-----
i err' Save The R. Moore, "at Jacksonville for the Monday on their way to their home Fracl NW<'4 Block___ _4_New River 23 < 20 130 Frank Steiner ___ ".10 34 ofy,8E y __ 1 I 21 40 40 John Mr. Hester B. Sapp -
-Su- N
"0 BandsThey past few weeks. at Clay H1U after a visit In Green In E% of NEI4. of Sec. 23 : _______ I Bans31 -----
w :_' Are Mr and Mrs. James Phillips and Cove Springs.Mr. and WU of IfWU' \ _______24 I :20 Wiggins !3roo. __ 1.05 NE54 of NWV4\ -______12 I 21 IS 40 J.Lawter 8. O riff State IsSI _--'- I

bla children of Miami are visiting relatives ; and Mrs. Clarence Bohananand Fracl' ES Block of NEU 4 New of S-o.RiverIn 23 EM A of In NWVi SB; Car>of and NWU ex ex that 1

here this week. children of Zepbyrhllla are and WH of NWU_-------34 < 29 Wiggins Broo. __I' 1.011 I that portion 8 and W of

'i *! L. C. Zeigler Is visiting friends spending a while here with rela- Lots River 1. a In of EH Blo oYNEU Jt S N.w of NEVi public of road NWU and, and NWVi Nft\ of
; and relatives U Miami this week. tives.' S.o, 23 and WH of NWU\ Si I 20 Wiggins Bro. __ 1.n 8H' of NEH of NWU.____III I S> Mrs. B. IL Damon.Jt I
Lot. 6. 10, 11, 13 of Block aN.w
Mlsa 'Hazel Phillips SWt,4, of NEH 1 A forchurch
i Is ex
visitingher Mr. and Mrs. H. CT WImberly, River In BU of NEU ___ -_ I
grandparents, Mr. and MJ'.. J. of Sec 21 and WVi of -- and.2J I 19 H. S. Norman '
1syT Mr. Winifred Wimberly and Miss SM, of 8SU of
..._ __ NW'
NWU -______ ___2i 1 20 Wiggins Bro. __ 1.11 1
D. Moore In Jacksonville.Mrs. Cor
Betty Wimberly were visitors to Lots 3. 4 of Block 9 New 8of SWt4, i
L. M. Blokes and brothers River In EH of NEU of SWU and E
Starke Monday., SWU see 23and WHof NWU :24 < SO Wiggins Bros. __ l.n
Billie and Buddie, of Fort Pierce 1 A In NW Cor of 8WU\ of
Lots 1 '2. ". 4. s 11 ofBlock
5.w SWU ______ Z _
'Rlver( --- 25 I 21 1 Frank Morgan I
are visiting their sister, Mrs. William Ambassador bridge 7,400 feet 10 In BBU of SEU_I_HTSS I 21 40 Frank Morgan _
of of
f r Smith at Crystal Lake. long llnks'Wlndaor to.Detroit EM NfOU _Sea.__,___23. 8E flf NWJ4\ and NV4 of J
and WU of NWU 24 ( 10 Wiggins Bro. __ '.U sw14 __ _____-.28 IS 21 I
120 Frank Morgan--
Mrs. Edith Edwards and son, Lots 7. 9 of Block: 11 New SW'4 or 5W14\ __ _
EW -u I Ii 40 W. E. Sapp21t4 --
J.z..".taae...,.c.............. No J.O.ulOSVJLUI Charles, of Jacksonville and Mrs. The Arizona water cactus yields Sec River. 23 In and of NEU NWU, of Si 6 10 : of RW'4 of 8W'41T II 11 10 Mre. I1. C. 54warde:_ '.
Wiggins Bro. 1.U et4 or 8514._ ___ .. --
;r : CANDY co. E. B. Johns of Stark. were visiting drinking water for the desert trav I Block IS New S3 In and BUof u. All SWU\ of NEU--N--of-- road S7 I 21 SO Q. L. S.pp-
NKU of See.
DUtrlbatar Mrs. Edwards' aunt Mrs. J. J. eler. and S In NE Co> of
OmlnoavtOev Fta-
r. W,. of NWU.\ .. It. 20 Wiggins' Bro. 4.14 85114 fAN .-, n I 11 12 Unknown ---



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and run N about Lot 22 Town of Lawtey
Cor and
IT all NVi of SWU 1086 ft I East: of I in Sec., 23. t
/ N of __ to renter of a ditch Rr
IffiFEROUT WV4 of branch. -_ .-_____27 I 21 117 Ury ReddishOeneva ______n___ 8303 running K W, thence 34. 26 ___ ._________.____18 6 U Unknown ___________ n.n
KEQ of BWV4. of SWVi------27 II 21 20 Thomas ________ 6.16 13 about 6nrt, thence In i Lot 26 Town of (, ?
SEy--------------28 II 11 40 Maud Wainwright _____ 11.81 a NK direction' along the Earl of : In SecsHt- 11. ,
Investment on SWVi: of NWVi_____________gt II 21 40 H. L. Johns____________ 891 the center of said ditchto I I t5 -_______________.28 6 22 LIa11e Thomas.-------- 1.11 I
and NWVi\ of NE'I.U II 11 40 7. A. Holllngsworth____ 11.81 the E line of NEVi\ Ln
.nl chConditionof.B.nkDetermined KV4 of NWVi of NW'4\ ____.84 II 21 20 Mra H C. Edwarda_____ 6.16 thence 8 to 810 cornerof Fleet. o[city IntSecs. 11. 1 t ti

NEVi! of NKVi------_______34 II 21 40 W. B Sap_____________ 11.81 aald N1SV4, W Lot, a __________________88 6 U I\1r.r.: T. Moore.20.80 t }i t t,
Depend. by WV4 of NBVi-----------__84 II 21 80 Ellery Snpp n__________ 2272 -8tcr"l'CJ j ,
of Bui nes. WVi of NW', of NWVi_____84 6 11 10 Oeneva Thomas _______ 6.18 commencing at BW>,X-1or Lna:16o'oj: {; : Sec.. tl.Lnlt4
the Kind NWVi of NWVi____________86 111 40 W. E. Supp. _____________ 11.31 of SWVi of NEW\ and.runK "...-. "K5 --- -----wl'18 II 113 ,- J. W. Roblnaon_________ 4.U
$ Surroundine It NBVI of NF.:%__ .__________85 111 40 Frank Morgan _________ 11.81 828 yd* to III' --. "*' T "W ;of; !I
SBVi\ of NWVi\ ex W 10 A85 6 21 80 H. L. EdwardaB __________ 902 thence N along ..Ilnp.J n East of Ity In S..r.. 13, 4
mlsap- NVi of Lot S or NV4 of SWVi\ yd*. W (23 yda OLITICAL and popular of SEVi___________,_____85 21 U I* O. Norman.._______ 7.04 of said SWVi of 14th..nc. Lot 411 Town of LAwl.y ,
toward banking 6 A In NW corner of N'Vt(; .. 8 to beginning Beet of ny 111 Seca. a8, 1
prebenslons to react of NEVi W of 0 4 A Alao beginning at 21. t5 __________________18 6 13 Fannie au
UttIe else than failure NEVi of NWVi ex H 440 nft NE corner of NWV, nfSEVi Lot of Lawte
ID what the people them- and EV4 of NWVi, of and run 8 1116 ft. W : 0'0;; I Is l. ii(

IMt It i Is of bank- NWVi\ ex 8 440 ft and 670 ft. N 165 ft, E 670 ft !1 25of .2. 6 tl Unknown ___ ______ ...4'S40 1
do that the condition WV of NWVI of NWVi\ to beginning A.._. _. 34BVt 7 11 66 Unknown _________ 26.96 or L------------------ 41 I ,
!! and> that banking can. and WVi" of /SW1of; '. of SE'. of NW'4 and r..wtev East of Hy In
re/leell!/ and NWVi and BV4 of nW'of '/ 65 A In NVt of NBVi deeded Sucs. d3. aiL __________ I I' J. T. loloore_____________ 3,80 I PLots
conLM -
Itself reflect events NWVi\ ex N 160 ft and by Wm. Jonea ___ __ 84NE 7 21 75 C. L. Richards.____ 23.13 18. 14. 10 OUa .lIb-dl-
other than those that actual. SBVi of NWVi ex N 150 ft-86 6 21 138 Frank Morgan.______ 8969 >4 of NUVi and NWVi of vision In East 1.awhJ'__. lIow.lI Turpentine Co.__ 8.0 ? i '
cir About 7 A In SB corner NEV4 ____ ___ ____15EV4 7 21 80 J. B. Prevatt.._______ S6.30 Nt4 of SW of S14 and 4ESy
orIginate' from surrounding( of NEVi 1 of NE'i of 8EI4 and 814 nf NWI4 of 8&%____.. I II .-I\avld Durban______ n.1I
Francis H. Sls.on. Pre SBVi of NE44\ ex platted hEVi of NEVi; ____________25 7 21 60 Mr. Addle Hall_______ 3466 of SW'4 of Nl'J __..__34'' 6 II IIU A. P. A Eleanor Schnell 18,11 i ; $
Bltallcea Banker As- land In NW corner and Lots J. 2, 8, 4 or Frarl Sec 26SWU 7 31 168BO Hank of Starke.__-__ 49.49 At of : and t
nt of the American SWVi\ of NBVi ex N 160 of 8EV and WVi\ of 1414! r"\\ Jo\4o\ fll SWS4f4 II 220< Federal Land BAnk_-__ 11."
! gays In an article In ft and ex beginning 160 Sbfvi of ShS---------.. 28 7 31 C. C. Blake.-_____ 1446 SW of '/ of SW ___I4' I II JO W. A. tloodfellow-______ 6." + i1
:atlon, ft S of NW corner of NW'4 of SEVj and WVi of NW\4\ or NNt< .. of NW ____It 1 28 10 1\1. H. Warne____________ 6." I
m Magazine. BWVi of NI>J'4 run S NE'/t of SKVi________. 28 7 21 BO C. C. Blake.R. ._________ 1445 6 A of Si: '1 of
character of an Inatltutlon'i 269 8-10 ft, E 1434 ft, NWV of NBVi of NEVi E WN and b. : .: 0 814of

be Indicate thence. Northerly 818 ".10 of Ry _______._______ -19 7 21 8 s. Surreney_______ 704 8\ \, of NW.U II U 19 Rosa L. Hnnndn.-____ 15.01 C, j
ei and investments ft, W 1262 ft to beginning Commencing on 8 line of Nrel4 of NElia ot NWy4 ____U 6 II JO 1'. C. Uunttor__________ S$6 I IWt4
Btherltl8lnthefarmreglonftnufacturlng and EVt of NWVi of NW'4 of NEVi on W lino { of NEI4 of NW' 211 6 II 20 J. 8. Starling-----_____ 10.n
mercantile BBVi :.------_------_---..36 6 :21& 95 Laurlce.. C demons. .._ 40.59 of Ry right-of-way and Ella of N\1a\ of IIE': of 3' t,
center, a Beginning 160 ft 8 of NWcorner run N on right-of-way \ U II II 15 Ellen O..n_________ 1.91 ,yt ,
hborhood or a great flnanclal of SWVi of NB'i 70 yd* to a point of b... NW ot31-'4 of BWSQ35 5 U 10 C. t. A )1. Dingfeldar___ IUI' d I
and run 8 359 8-10 ft, K ginning, thence W 170 All SW\4\ af 8Jo4\ of NWI4 I
Strict, be say, and furthermore, 1434 ft to right of way. yda, N 124 2-6 yda E 124 East or Klnlt"'Y .oad211 II 12 4 tTnknown _______-____ 11.11 r
lldei Identifying the Institution thence Northerly 318 7.10 yde to right-of-way S1oJ'., ot t'l1'J14' ot HW ._____86 I n 10 Wm. Androw.______ 8.Oa } ? '
ft, W 1262 ft to beginning I thence S on rlght-of"way StV 4 $IC'4 of MF'l4'l4 and .
to iu locality, a study of Us note In SV4 of NE>4.___86 5 21 8 Maud WalnwrlghtB _____ 7.96 124 2-5 vda to beglnnlng29 7 21 s Mra. I. G. Barry____ 8,86 J' cff; N\V'4\ of Sb.V: \ 'of .i. I
L clearly Indicate the eco- NEVi of SWVi and WV4{ of Lot of Block 8 In SWVi of 8Joji\\, and 8114 of 8WS4 ,

Dually ItFA NWV of SEVi ___86 21 60 Willie E. Green___.____ 1733 NEVi\ In Graham_______29 7 21 E. Strickland ....____ '.'8 ot .1ro4. ____.__ ______11I II 12 15 C. U. Wllllams_____? 14.41 }
Lc conditions surrounding N% of SEVi of SWVi______86 6 21 21 Eddie A. Green....____ 781 NE'4 of NEVi leas l 16 A on N'At of N14\ of SWIIL.of Ill'' l
ol the Farm Diitrictslir 8Mi of SBVi, of 8WVi_______86 6 21 21 W. R. Wood__________ 7.31 W aide of Gulley Branch 80 7 21 24 Unknown ___?_______ 1103 dEt4' ..nd'W.. of 1lWi4
Picture Commence. at NW cornerof NV4 of NWVi of NBVi\ and of 8FJ'j' of SICS4_ -------.26 I U 10 I.. n. Houston-----___ ..81 '
i farm district bank's note hlslj Block 4 of Hellbronn. II"A In NW corner of 81a\ NW corner ot Ii'
that it* loan rise and Fprlnga and run N 130ft. NEVi of NEVi W of Gul- of NW\4\ of NE%, W of
stows ft. W ley Branch_-_________.-80 7 21 28 }T. D. Waeden____...___ 13.77 Ny ______ ______ .____.21 11.2 4 T J. T..rry.. ______ 1.1' t 4 4NWy4
1 with the normal cycle of produc- OEftuottbes.rI1.81. "t at SWof! NW'4 and 8V. ofNWVi 'f NWI4 of NW\4---18\ II 2:1: 10 1\1r. Georgia tiRPP__ 11.11I I IWy
and marketing of the product right angle to and parallel of NWVi- .81 7 21 80 Mra. J. P. Dlcklnson,6.16. of NhJ" or SWV, and
with public road ex Lot. I, 2 or Fracl NE-and all NEy.. or NItyt'of SWy4 fI.
Htbi region, It may be taken a* 1 lot In NW corner of Lot 8 or Frncl NEW of West of ny-22'i1 _____ I II 13 J. T. I\oore.....____ II." + ,
1 of economic good health of same 65 N and S by NWVi\ and SKV: of N W 4 Commencing at I"W" corner
Index If 160 ft B JI W- .______-_36 6 21 Maud WalnwrlghtB ____ 11.72 1..6 A In SW corner. _..35NKVi 7 11 160 Rank of Starke-______ 4783 of IIW\4: \ of IIliJ\: \I and run rut
} the locality, he *ay*. "But Lots 1. 8 and WVi of Lota of NWy-----------86NW'4 7 21 40 Emma Muehlenhard___ 18.24 E on S..C. line .111 fl to a. +'
period, the loan volume 11, 12 of Block 4 Hell of NWVi and 8V4" ofNWy4 pt of beginning thence .-"'- '
r trend it bronn Sprlnga_-____.___36 21 G. W. Walnwrlg-ht.___ 734 and NV4\! of SWie.368V4 7 21 100 Bank of Starke___-.____ S902 N 880 ft I-J 1911 rl, tI S80 '" ) f !
n a dwindling maya of SIJof NWVi and fl, 'V tat ft to beginning
EMi of Lots 7, 8, 9 of Block ; : 1
that Is losing ground 3 and EM of Lot 11 12 TV4 of NEVi of SWy488 4 22 40 Unknown _____________ 11.80 and NWS4 0l BWye o ; t ,, i
region of Block 4 and Lots 1,, 2 WV4" of NEVi of NWVi_____ 8BV4 B 22 10 Careen M. GrlfflaB -______ 7.83 8E'4:: -_- __--_-_-_-__-_18 6 U 13 Unknown __l____:._____ 9.41 ti
jBComlns exhausted or being 11, 12 of Block 7. and all of NWVi of NBVi Lot.____10EW. 22 10 W. L. Grlffl____? _? 7,64 All 8KV1 of 8W>4 W of Kyex g 1
of Lot 9 and 10.
Led of business by another comInlt Block 8 ex Lota a., 10 S NWVi of SIfl'i vi. N fl

If large proportion of I Hellbronn Spring _':___86 II It Mend Walnwrlsrht _____ 6.95 II' and WS__oC___Lot___ lIB_.In__10 6 21 80 Wm. Recker of 14W14-.S A and all ,
Or a _
?. __ Woodlawn __ __ ___ 11.85E" I
NEVi of ___
NWVi\ _____ 1 6 210 -W. R. Waodle---__ 11.81 5 21 BW i of BWVi ex 814 of ,, ,
11 30 ::1. Moore__
not paid at maturity WV4 of NWVi of and of NBy If. _________ 26.17
lOIns are BBVi Woodlawn-11 NEV4 of SWVi\ of SW 4- If
chronically renewed, or If 8% of NWVi of SBVi-___ 1 8 21 30fm.. DeS"e ________::___ 983 I.ot 28 of In and NE"of 6 81 10 3. L. Starling--------._ 782NW'4 8.2 A and ex 1 lot 100 tt J ', A
ire SWg\ of SWVi __ 1 U 40 Mra. O. 1\1. 1111 NE'4 n..nn.U28 II '
8 to B 6 A ,
-- .r ----- NWV and all NW34 ofNWy4 at] C. 89 J. 1. H..11 Co. ____ 22 17
-U or bond or real estate haveb BV4 of SWof: SEVi, and All 8i:\4 of sw\\4 Eaat of

| taken as additional security, All IIE"L: of SE', ___________ 1 8 11 80 Unknown ____________ 1733 19 __of__ _state_______roadNo. __--12 6 22 84 F. A. Swe..y_________ 89.18 Hy __ ._ _____ .________26SEVi I II sa Are, Lucy F. Harrell.- 1888 $ t I! ,
NEVi; N of road______ 8 8 21 167 Unknown ______________ 43.28 f2 and '
too have economic ilgnlflKcei NWVi ot SWVi_____ 8 8 21 40 R. V. Alvarea_______ 11,31 Lots 211 In WoodlawnU II 81 10 0..0. II. Prentlce________ JO.15 of NRVi of NKVi 1 '
in 6 82 of NRli of NB>3 and Jq !
Lot Woodlawn18 10 H. F. PendarvSa_____ WVi
__ 1I.1t
of .
: of SEVi 8 8 21 20 C. I. Rodgera _______ 6 18
fau Stt4 SWVi < 8ISViofNWV.
perhaps 8K: of and
reflecting Wuodlawn13 6 U 10 ... NEW
crop of I.ut. 51. 62 In Chae A. Uhod. ______- 10.76 4 '
NBVi SEVi ____ 8 8 210 Empire Lumber Co._____ 11.31 'i I.
-- ------ Lot NIO' and NBVi'
I, over-production or Inefficient, S13V. of NWVi and NWVi of Lots 28 24 W, 20llf and RI 11: WO of e\bv of NK14 '._ _____27WV4 II II en Mn.:1.: 10. .Terry4_______ 48 58 i + 1 ,

b cost farming methods In a N4AofE4ofNWotNEy.SWVi ----I 6 U 80 Empire Lumber Co.___ U." lawn ___________________11 6 22 19 Cha.. McCartney________ 19.69NF of NRVi of NWVi.27 6 U 10 The 8. n. Hubbard Ca_ 7,83 I y'' + '
{ ot and Lots 11 81or BBH of SRV. of BKVi Wand

hlj competitive national orT NEVi of'NEVi::I::::_-____-__-iO : II / C, L. Rodgers-----: : lU 18:4 rn Woodlawn.14 RE'4 6 22 80 ::1. T. Moore____________ 81.07 WV4 of HKVi! of SP.g ? I A
T 14 market, such a* wheat. In. of 40 Herman Thomas---- NW% of SE'A----?---14 6 a2 40 .1. T. Moora____________ 18.110 and HVji of SWW of 8RM +' ; f
bly all these facts are reflected WV4 5 A and SWVi of NEVi ex N Lot 16 In WodIAWn14 6 II 10 .1. S. fltarllnll'_______ 6.28 and tt of SKVTof "l27 6 n 1& U. }I. Ford__________ 31.88 <, 4
KVji of SBVi;: ofNWV Woodiewn.l4 5 81 1J.. I. _________ of SKVi of SBVi ex S I
Ny, of Lot e In 8tarllnM' __ 7.20 EVji tr r
be condition of the local bank \ ex N S A-____--_--10 8 U 80 Wm. Thomas __________ 9.05 Lois I, 2, 17. 83, 4., e8 In 420 ft-13V4 A__. _._______27 II U 14 3. 1. Uar."U A Co._____ 7.63 I 1
NBVi of NEVi-; T8__r_ 18SWVi. 8 21 40 Unknown 11.31 Woodlawn .. _________. ..15 6 n 80 Ada Foae Stawart ___ 12.71 S NEVI of SEVi and r l I''
City Banks, Too of NEVi of Lots 86, 88 In Woodlawn1II 6 81 20 Unknown _______?____ 8.01 iE'4ro of NWVi of SKVi28\ 6 II 10 0.0. F. oYung______ 13.11 1 i( o Y
It the loans of a bank in a mannurlng 8\ 14 and NWy of HEVitlSBVi 6 11 120 E. I.. Crawford________ 85.01 Lots 48 64 In Woodlawn.15 6 2. 20 V. H. ......"..It___________ 1.76 Commencing at NE] corner >il ,, 1 t I
of NWVi and NEVi of in Woodlawn15 6 22 10 A. 1\1, Lewl"____ of Beo 28 and run W 1620 I t 4r
8S ___
Lot .87
or merchandising field of SWV4 -_______________IS 8 21 80 S. S. Dowllng___-______ 23.03 5 and of Lot 12 In ftS 1620' .
Lot NY", I
ir a imoothly running coordlna- SEVi of NWM SW and NWVi ofNEy Woodlawn _______ _____18 6 II 16 K. I'rln..le_____?___ 8,9' N 20'n ofk.:1n r.C-t 28 I II 40 A. B. W..e______-____ is,at I } g vk
''Lof % and NWV 84 of Lot 18 In Wood- WI"f 8V4 of NWVi of { I It Iti ,
with production and dlstrlbu- of SWVi and NVi of SWVi lawn __________________18 6 22 6 SinclaIr ftoeley--- 1,81 NW'and. NWVi\ of BWVi! ,
they, too, mirror a healthy eco- wU WJ\V%:::-=:::::_.l 3 : Ii 110 Walter UnAerhill.81.88 I :=:::: 66:67 Lots. 18, 20, 20, 80 In Wood- of NWVi\ and "N'4! of NEVi ,
-13EV4 80 Unknown ------- lawn .____________ ._ _..18 6 22'1) O. C. Barnes------____ 18.80 of BWU of NW'4__ '- _88 5 II 10 O..rUe. Brownln.______ 16.48 4 111 r I
Ie iltuntlon. Or there may be of NBVi____________-_14 6 21 80 Unknown _____-._____ 103.23 Lou 6, 7", 8, 11, 21 In Wood- Lore 12, 18, 14. 15. 10. 10. i

also signs that reflect growing NEVi of SBVi and NVi of lawn ____ ___, __--_-18 6 21 110 Mra. Daisy Bring------! 10,86 21, 80, 82 In Woodlawn..29 S 12 10 John Browning---------. S3.87
of SBVi of SUVi\ ________H 8 11 80 Walter Underhill_____ 1733 LOt And of Lot 12 In Lots. 211, 31, 83. 84. 86, 18. 1 ti.. '
11 WS4 ,
orable conditions, such as ex- SE'4.of NE'4_ __________19 8 21 40 Empire Lumber Co._____ 9.91NW'4 Woodlawn ____ _________11 6 22 15 Unknown ___________ 1.82 37, 41, 42. 43, 44 48, 54, 64In d
of SBVi.__ _______23NVi 8 21 40 .1. W. DrllfSera_______ 11.81 : I
Ire' loan renewals, over-enthusl- Ely of Lot 11 !In WOOlI- Woodlawn 80 I II 140 Herman A. Gudger____,_ 88.73
therefore of NWV4 ex E'% of lawn ___ _______________17 6 13 II Unknown _____________ 8.81 Lola 1111., lit at, 23, 23,
over-expansion of NBVi\ of NWVi_-________33V 8 11 60 E. I.. Biggs-----______ 20.74 Lot 45 In tVoortlawn---_ _18 6 23 10 Unknown 6.18 and K'4' of Lot. 24 and allLota ik. I'

\extended I to makers or dealer. '4 of SEVI and WVi of 32.16 Lot 12 In WOo .
NBVi of SEVi_____ _... S3 8 21 90 H. n. A ::1. I. UnderhUl Wood-
---- 'Voorllnwn 18 6 23 21) Unknown ______ 10.76Lots L'I, 27, 88 In 9
rWcular products, and similar Blocks' NWVi__-_________24 6 11 40 Empire. Lumber Co._____ 11.31 Lots 17.18 8. II In In Wourll..wn_ .18 6 23 20 W. C. Raney--___ 7.82 lawn _.__, _________ 81 S U ao' Levy Bw..t. _____,_____ 18.31 i'' 4''i'
instances. Similar conditions 24. 86, Crosby LakeShore Led" 37 88, 43, 4 In Wood- WVj of Lot 17 and all Toes R ti' y '
In SEVi of Seo 84 lawn' !.. 18 6 22.0 {Tn known 11.85 IS. 81, 82 In Wondlnwn..31 I 83 8& Unknown ___________-_ 13.81 y ;
to banks -
r engaged In financing and NEV4, of Sec 25 all In. 8 It Mr.. Lena V. Hlbbard 8.92 Lot 21 In-Wolawn.------- -- 18 6 12 10 ('harlie. Qaaklne.. ..._.__ ..n ] Lola 66, 66, 57, 68 In Wood p I i. ;l fI
tecurltles markets. R 10 A of Lot 8----------25 8 11 10 Unknown ______________ 8.82N'tW NW'of' 1oI"!1 uf NWV and I I I lawn ,- -- ______ 81 I 22 .0 1\[.... Maud Walnwrl..ht_ 18.11 I
SBVi and NBVi of II 22 20 Oeo. T. Tavenner_______ i1.051! Lot 10 and WIof Lnt It
i foregoing Is merely euggesot ; -----_---__-_- 1_--29 8 U 120 Unknown ___________ 15.66 E''MEy4 of of H'V'4 HW\4\of of SE'S NW\421\and ,!I and NVi of Lot 23 In 7 I I ''

the Infinite aspect of the Si' of SWVi and SWV of 'IE"!' of 1'11':14' : __ __ __.21 I 22 60 A. B. 'Var...._________-_ 115.41'WEf ''I: Wood lawn __ 81 II n 20 I.. R. Starling---------_ 5.48 h '? I I'
!IE344 .-__________:_:._:;29 8 II 120 Mra. D. B. Warren_____ 3193 -- I Ior '' I3V4 of Lot 11 In Woodh&wl81 123\ 5 Mr. Villa SlarllnK______ 2.17 I I Ii
outwardly surrounding toe Beginning at BE corner of : : end {JW'f, of .r\v\f\ I Lola 5, 12 In Woodl..wn11 II 82 80 Maul Walnwrl..ht..t___ 6.74 '

ki which form and control their NWVi of NWVi\ of SWVi and IJ y af NB'4of I INNww'1.4an Lota 32, 88 In Woncllnwn..32 I 13 211 J-]. Crews _______________ 674 I
rail conditions. Seo.. 4 and run N 66 de- NFJ"t 'I I Lots 63. 84 In Wnndb'wn..32 II 112 20 Ernest. Wilmot--------- e.m
Although these ..ree".-TV 735 ft to Sea :Si1.nt JEol BW'i of SW'4 of NWV Land + ; I {

> teem obvious enough, the dis- line, thence. N nil ft to NE'4 of 8Wy-----: ___21 6 U 85 J. R. S..pp_____________ 26.89Et4 I
Ions and criticisms that have NW corner of NWVi of or Nl1\4\ .f NWI4' lase 1
SWI,., thence E 660 ft, A for .. ---------- I IS 19 C. J. A M. Dln..f.lder___ 10.18 Crews.a
+4 about the banks often appeart 8 660 ft, to beg ex 1 A on MW14 of N'VI4- __ ___..6 U 40 W. O. Hrown________ 16.66NEV4 \
them apart as somehow N aide to Mr. Sallie Mal- af NWV of SW4U! 6 U 10 1\fabel Wainwright_____ 10.18 "NEW"of'Nwvf'of\ .
.ep'e pbura and ex '9i A In NB MIi'4. of 8N'4____- __ ___.22 5 U eO Mr.. J. I7. Torry--_____- 18.80 Wit' of1 I "
from the lives of our people; corner-6 A_____________ 4 7 21 6 Mary C. Plllard_________ 593 W u, ot HW'i' of 8Ft'' and NHVi\ and il')'4'of NWV of ,
clnr!i> forth a malignant influence Block 40 In Sampson City NES4\ of RI'\4\ of 8W .___22 I 12 10 T. 3. Terry. _________- 10.85 NWVi? of NBVi ,_______34 II 22 10 Mr.. Georgia Sapp--___ BR6 t
_____86 IIII
and 1 A E of Block 40 In W' nf W\1a\ of NEi of o HWVi ot BWVi 10 M. R. Warne.--. __ 11.21
n agriculture, Industry and Ely of NWVi of SW%____ 4 7 21 2 Mary C. Plllard_.______ 729 sWI4 ___11 6 II 10 Dill C. 6.68 MFt/4 of Nit'% <>f BWVi .. _.86 II 82 10 H. E. Strong.---__ 1.1' 1 r r
I from forces Lot. 1, 8 of Block 10 In Lot I of Block 8 Town of All NH" of NW'4ofNW4
generated wholly Sampson city----- 7 21 12 Unknown -------------- 512 I..wl.y West at Ry IS 11 sa Mr. Enoch Orlftla_____ 11.01 W of Ity ex 1V4 A for colored I
Mn themselves. iL9- t. Hock 4 cemetery -. 6 U 28 r.: I.. lIarnll A Co. '
Sub Dlv 5 A of Lots 1, 2 __ 14.IS .
+ t
ol Flock 15 SampHon City 4 7 21 R. A. Thomaa______ 1,38 E'o of Lawtey Waist. ofRI' Lot; 1 In PeetDVllle embracIng { r,
Banks and People Interwoven W 4Aof8'\/ of SWVi\ of _____ ______ ____83 I sa Mr.. Enoch OrlffI8_____ 11." NV4 of NBVi> \ and NKVi\
Ti be> truth of the matter la that NEVi -_______________ 5EV4 7 21 4 Mallnda Prldgeon ______ 5.18 E 60 ft of Lot 4 .f Block 4 of NWV. 9 ,-_ .Peetsvllle 88 6 83 11 Mrs Lucy F. Harrell____ 2017 .
die of the of SF;' 8 7 21 80 Berryann Dyal.____ 2414 Town of L..wt..y. W..t of Lou 5, 8, In l 1
banks Is ------- ------
Inseparably bE\i of SWVi" and NWVi of Ry ________________...___13 II U Lawtey State Dank___ 83.42 embracing NVi of NEVi d
rwoven with the fate of the rest AJoJI4 __ ________ 9 7 21 80 Walter Robertson._____ 24 44 1 Lot commencing 60 ft Wof and NRVi of NWVi. _____38 6 21 11 Tho. Strong ._________ 861 ,
the people and of the nation. 8WV4\ of'aw'vi__I-_________ 9 7 21 40 L I. Leach___________ 1831 NE corner of Lot 4 of N 400 ft of Lot 12 In Peeti-. '
H 100 ftW vllle. embracing NV4 of o
7 A on 3 aide of SBVi of Block 4 run
happened to the country hap.ed NE14 _-_--_-_--_-_---. ....IO 7 21 7 T. L. CralgB__________ 825 62 ft. or NHJVi\ and NEVi\ of
| to the banks and N Of NW'4 ex E 10 All 7 21 70 J. I. Wynn___________ 12.90 ft to b"Klnnlnlr. Town ofCc .' NW'4 _-_SBSS 6 12 Ella Cain _.._.._.__ ___ 161
what hap- SF: of NEVl_________ -12 7 21 40 .10.... W. Prevatt_____ 18.64 fRy _8122 I U O. W. Uobert8___..;._ 68.81 'Lot 19 In PeeiVvlife. tom. '
|ed to the bank Is in no way dif- NE of NW'4 of NBVi..___16NV4 7 21 10 Unknown .__________ 3.31 mamenel6e 119 tt W bracing NV&, of NBVi\ and +

it or detached from what bap- of SEVi of NEVi-_____.1* 7 21 20 Unknown __________ '.IS the NE corner of Lot 4 NBVi> of NWVi-NWy.88 88 611 611al82 8 Peter Tladale. rr..: _____ S86 rpNNyI
ed SV of SWVI' of NBVi and of Block 4 and run H 100 ,:\ of NEt4 or, 10 Enoch strong -_____ B.8* i ;
to the people. They are all WVi of SEVt\ -------____18SV4 7 21 100 Unknown _________ 13.15 ft, W 511 ft. N 100 ft, JIJ1M W ,", t'4Nyy of NWVi\ of 6 II t ,
out same of NWVi of NEVi and ft to b.Klnnln... Town pattern, of tbe same NV4" of BWVi of NBVi\ _____16NKVi 1 21 4n Walter Robertson _____ 11.61 of Lawtey West or ny---13 I 12 Unknown __________ 1".26 All \Vi"of"SWVi "w""ofhighway 4 I't' .n
Jtoom stream of event No one of NKvJ_____________17 1 21 .0 Berryann Dyal________ 11.81 Lot" 6, 8 of Block 4 eIC W -____ ---...---- 8 : == u W. C. Ciemnne________ 10 4S +
>cot(In that NEVi and NWVi 75 ft Town of Lawt.yWe NVi" of NWVi of BWVi8V. -__ I III 0..0. C. Whlte______ 7.82 ;tII n
stream of event can of 8 fl4S __ __ 17NVi 7 21 80 I. L OBden________ n." t Sty.-_____18618 6 U o. W. Rberte_____ "..98Wir l of NWV4 of NMViNBVi ____ 8 8 II U O. T. Nel..on-- 10.07 ,
tiled -- --- ----- of +,
the cause of depression. of SEVi: of SEX and 1 c lotnJ1. E, : ; "of NWViBV __.___ 8 1\ 32 40 P. S. Calkln.____ 15 6SS rp'{
"t Ithe banks caused A I In NB corner of SWViof of Lot .. of Ri S.J SWy\ of NE 4 8 22 111 Bradford County Bank. .01 ''
trouble toI snVi ._ 17 7 21 21 J. T. ft M t. O 'd>n-____ 8.76w04 Town of Levelly West of 8K>JL.of NWV and WVi'\ ()fSW4 ;1 K
of our people It was because { of NBV4----------..___17 7 21 80 J. L & M. I. OuJen7 -_____ 33.14 -- 1 8 II 12 T. T. Blackburn_____ 18.71 \ of Nrt'4----------- 4 : II 10 A. :J. Bryan._______ 188 '''
|'Irresistibly forced to S SWVi and SWVi of W t0 ft of Lot /of Hlnek NWVi\ of 8WV4NKV4 _....______ 4 40 O. I. Brown__________ use d
t pas 1f.: 8 A In NB corner Town of Lawtey West of Of NRi( __--__n__ II 8 II 411 FJrne.t WllmoU_____ .
troubles that came to them from and 3 A In SW corner of i Ity. ___________________--88 6 ><2 A. M. 10.98 NKVi: Of BRVi of BKVi______ 5 8 23 10 Ernest. A. Wllmott__ 11 4 81 at I1

'1' people. These trouble Im- SEVi\ of SBVi____________19 21 74 H. D. Waaden' __________ 2206 id'yol of Lot II and all loOt I SI':% of BBVi\ of BRVi: ___-__ 5 8 f2 JII 0. r. K......,.________. 4.81 t; I 4' '
NEVi and NEVi of SWU Block 7 To..n of Law. WVi of AE'/ of BBViSWVi \ __-___ 6 8 23 20 Qen.va I.. Pool _
t ,
the values of their ecurl-- and NV4 of BBVi and 8 AIn tay West of '_________ 6..II Unknown ____________ so.seE of NBVi, l less 1 A InNW r 7.31
and ciuitomers'! NE of SWVi of of Black 8 Town otr..wt.y corner W of road t
4 *notes-and ren- SBVi and corner SBVi of SEVi\ ex } West of By____23 6 II W. C. A Sesame: Woot..n__ 10.11 and NWVi of "BWVi' and l @

some unable, in turn, to pay 3 A%In SW corner_____19WV4 7 21 326 Unknown __________ 8*42 All Blork 8 Town of Law- NVi of HWVi of SBVi" Ie*.* ; ', I I
k to other customer their deli of 8Wyi'\ : _________30 7 31 80 Unknown ___________ 2314 tey W of fly---------98 6 U' Mrs. Enoch Qrlffis----- 10.11 rlgnt of way --_. ---_-__ 6 I II 03 White Alderman.---* 1
that NW% of SEV4.-__________30 7 31 40 Ervin Dyal _________ 11.81 All Block 11 Town. or Law- N'4 of NWVi and SWVi of
had been properly used All Block A ex Lot 15 and t 0 Wet of ,_4"6,offs 6 27 .Ad. Moore __________ 88,10Hlock EN,4wf4_ ___ 1 4 U 110 Dr. n. P. Taylor__ 11.27 jr 7
create these loans and Invest all Blocka B C, D. E, F, N tt of Lota Lawt.yWe.t of 8Wj4"ofHR'4 I '
11' 10 Town of and 6A In NW corner
P: H.Q, \\'t J.3. T.U V,W, of Ity-_____.!1 6 II-E.I.: Roberta_________ 1.88S of NRVi of BBVi_____ 6BBVi 6 U 10 N. m..Hatthew8____. '.1' ;
AA. Ad AC, ilamptonShore. % .f Block 11 and all of NWVi, also t. A InNW a ?
e Bank being a eub-dlvl- Lake Ava between locke corner of SWVi_ of I Y
aa a Rebuilder don of Lot 3. 4 and t 20 and II Town of Law.ley NRVi: W of road and N of {
3kn of a 3 West af I U E. S. Roberts.-- ditch and NWVi of NEViNKVi 6 23t M. Rhod.n '
per cent loss on aaeatmeot and all Lot 6 N of highway --------- _____ ".77 '
b+ and WVi. of Lot "___23 7 31 Alfred DeVoto._____ 89.15 N'At of Block 11 Town ofLawtey of __ 7 8 12 .0 Adam Green ____-_ 13.01 '
of 140.000. a large Block AD .xLot 6, 7, 8, W.at fJf Ry.U I II A. W. Blanchard.- BBVi of NFL-------_ 7 8 II 40 C. J. Q"lnnl&_______ 11.81 1''
York saving bank 1 la now get 14, 15, 16 and Block AE Block y II.L. 8 0" N'4aof Wot:! __ S 8 U 10 Adam Green _______ 187 1
'IDer ex Lots 9, 10, Hampton ,,own of NWVi of NBVi' and NBVi;:"" of I ,i j
cent profit on an Invest- Shore being a aub-dlvl tey West of RI-________23 6 .1 Oeo. 1' Young.--_ 11,16Dlag of NWVi\ ex 10A E of
of f $JSO.OOO. because it bad the don of Lots I, 4 and and Lot. 7 Town of Law.tey of road on N aide. ______10 6 II 70 W, C. Clemons al." 1
bootless all Lot S N of highwayand West ttf {fY_-_- _U I U T. 3. Terry---------__ 111.811 NE'/: of NRVi and R'4 of i tt
000 judgment to spend WVi of Lot 7______33 7 21 Alfred DeVoto....__ S.S7 One lot 66 and f-b HKVI of Nwy. and WVi of d f
III mo<1 rnlslng a of Lot. 9, 10 of Block AE lob tt E and W, South of 8Wft of NWVi\ ___-.10 S 81 80 dells Oldham ___ 3097 $
Fold group Hampton Shore being a.ubdlvlelon Hotel Lot .x a lot 11 tt w"01, IIW% of NRvJ _____11 S II 10 A. O. no......___.. .69 '
!"! tenement houses on the nf Lot 8 4 Nand S by 40 ft E and K'4 of NE'4 of ____11 6 21 10 Kate Andrewe __--_-? 411 'I
11' Side which it was forced and 6 and all Lot 6 N of W In SE corner of same, WVf, of EVi of N1014\ of
tote of Town of La..I.y West of NE\4\ _____.1&11 S It 10 Iota Mae Andrew_ t f
over on mortgage foreclo- Lot highway: 7 -___and WVi li 7 21 Mabel F. Ollklnson7 ___ 1.52 Ry __- 8t7"t-Hi-0- --_U I I'' :I. L. Jrarral1 A Co.__ 11.1I1 WV4 of l?R'4l I __"llWVi / 11.0 Mfa. Pearl Andrews____ 7.4.4''. a i
V an article In the Amerl- Block. AF. A&T"AHr"AT.and I Lot on of KV4! t of ,4
BIIIter Lot. I 10 ft end Wbound MWS4 __ __1f S n 10 W. U. Andr"w8_
AJ .
Block ex t yE .4'
A"ocltlon JournaL A. N H. R.Th.de KJIIA of"8nTI of"NW'M _._12VVi S 81
r or 6."7. 8, Itll. 13, Hampton 11 Hugh An4rew. ______ 48
two and 8 by Lake of RVi of BBVi of 8WV4.I3 S II 10 1
agO the owner, who had Shores being a ..ubdlvl.lon Unknown _______ 867
Ave Town of LawteyWest 8W!4 of BEV4__ _-13 1 U
Ruby A.
1 Hayes
kept and
l> np his mortgage p.y- all 1 Lot of Lots 5 N 8 of, 4 highway of Hy--_________$ I IS Mrs Enoch Orlrtia..__ 111.U HU of NRVi of BW'I. 14 / U 10 I. B. Bobaln_ __._ 131.
tabegaQ to neglect the and and WV4 of Lot 7S3 SI Alfred Devote__ 79S Lot. 4, 5 and .U Lot 0 ..xE EV of 810%, of N WY. and Woo- 7 SI 41
e run down Lot. 11, 13, 13. of Block AJ 16 ft Town : LawteEa.t NEVi" nf NBVi! of 8WU.-14 12 III Ernest O..ne'____ ,1011 tl
and the tenant of By Secs 8V4 of NWVi ofBKU 14 / U 'r
Shore being 10 H. A. Tbomae.--__ I
1 to leave Hampton aub-dlvlalon of Lota 3, : :.___-- -ti2iiJ8 I IS Howell Turpentine Co._ 1I0.n 8V4 of $' W'of -'and' .lOtS '
1.4. :
4 beak and 6 and all Lot 5 N ofhighway II of Lot ; BWVi nt BBVi of 8Bl4' _IS / II 10 T. "'. William.--'___ 1634 /
remodeled< the building and WV4 of ft of Lot 4 Town 01 Law- E}- of BKVi" of BBVi-! ,>______18 / II 20 B. Watsonlg __ SSI '1' d
g'151 putting In an oil-burn- Lot 7 ._ __ 28 7 21 Clara L. Newsy Boyd... 2.09 tan East of Ry In Meca. w JS A of BRVi: of SWV --- 1 R 9, i
23 __ ___ / I IS Dot" and NE'4 of HW'4 and all
alting AK AL. AM AN. 8U'T: -- -- -- Trowbrld..e __ '.12
Plant, incinerator and A3 Lot of Lawtav NWjk\ of BElW of road 4'
modern< AO. AP J. East of Ry In B.... 27, -lit.. ------------------g$ U 1 tl
cbaDcel, with the re AU AV. AW AX BA, 73 Adklna, BI... Inman_ S3.61
t its building BC, BD. BE. BF, 4'1'11' _ii-iw18 I IS 0..0.. F. Toun._______ II." NEVi of 8W 4"of8"RvrVnd { ey/
HB, i.-i-L i. '
t 14 are now entirely Bhorea being a.ubdlvl.lon Lot 4'4 A In BEVi of HWVi\ of 8
and there Is 1.000 a year Hampton. of Lot. I, 4 corner JO' It by 110 tt BKVi! and all NWVT.. of er f
f In and all Lot 5 N of each Town r.: Lawtey of BBVi of BEVi W of 1r 't
Instead and 6
c'.flr, l of several thou- and WV4 of East of By Secs 33, public road _________IS 112 111 T. R. IIdw.r4.-- ties 'Y ..

gout- At that rate the Im- Lot highway: "_"_ ______ ,n 7 si Alfred DeVoto._ ._ till Lot 34 1111.e---Lot----1_ii--'-----jJ8 I IS Howell Turpentine Co._ UU.Ion SWVi of of NE BWvJ____ _____11 0 U 40 RUby A.' Ha)'..____ 12.87IS '
BEVi about S
; ott '.13 A In 8Wr corner of ex A _
will Pay for themselves commencing Town of Lawtey In NF cor and ex road__IS 8 I' U Mallltia I\I"on_ ,t
-U. SEVi of SE% ______ .71
East of In Seca 18
ltar.. road sty 8WV4 of NWVi of NRV416 6 II 10
N of public Ituby A. Haye.--- I
elms bank at No. ld'8. B of W line Lolt'l:1: _-___o------58 I II 1. }I. Ila..ar4_ U. 84AofNWY4'ofSW\ of 17
has done 11 other of BEVi of SEVi and run and; AV4 BE'4 !/ I n 4 F. C. HllIln..wo..tb___ 811 Is
on Town of Lawtev East 0fBy t
Jobs similar to this, and N 436 ft. thence 8 82 degree 514 of NKH'Vf"hfEViI17 8 II 20 Harry O. Strof.ldt_____ Isle YI '
.1.y' Oroved ., E 264 ft, thence 8 In Sec. II, )4. 1118 I II Howell Turpentine Co.- III.n lEVi ofNRVi-_-__---...._-17 32 40 Unknown ____ 1287 } 1
proatable. Th bank NM, of Lot 11 Town of Law.fey F.% of 8W of
I 4 de.. .... W 404 ft to 8"41' 0 .2 .0 Unknown __ 4 82
own W alone N liIa.t 01 Ry I..0... W 01 JII" ot BE'4U 22 J' Ualonown __'_.......'_ '
architect and 1* emI road. thence 42 ,
ft U. U, 16--___________ I IS L H: Hassard.11.15 W ot NAS4\ 1$ 0 81 110
-ae'-11 Painter .Ide of road 111 toll 7 31 t Mr. 1.11110 n. Harrla__ 463 Lot 100 It H and A by 400 W 1.1 of NWtfof NE'4- C. U. Cummln.._____ 25.6 n d ;y
beglnnlnRAll 8N tt E and W In NW 00.n.r .- 11 t.1 A and NII'4 of K

OV6Dg. Free State' climate Commlic SEV4 road of .350" W ft 17 7old: .4 T 11 IB W. L. Bugr. 1141 I...wt.o', Lot East.0 of Town Ry of In NW'4 -------.-_ ._11 1 12 B3! Gad Tyson. _______._ 11.67 4t t, ?

t for apply culture. SE corner. of BWVi of S.c. U, a4, III 31 IS Jilr8. W. J. Cban4ler.... 11.91 (Continue on Fag ') 1 '


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'::1 Auxiliary To Meet Intermediate B. Y. P". U.
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EntertainedLast and
The American Legion Auxiliary i Thoughts ThingsTHE
v h will hold Ita regular meeting Friday evening at the Bap- BRADFORD COUNTY
1 ,+ Thursday afternoon, July 11, at tist Church the members of the
t'' 3:30.: Each member la requested Woman's Missionary Union entertained HOUSEWIVES

,'+ p,; s to be present and bring her dues the B. Y. P. U. at the final
;' which must be paid by July :11, or meeting of their study course' l
arrangements will be made to give which was conducted each day of FAVORITE PRESERVE RECIPES
up the charter. the week. The church was beauti-
fully decorated with cut flowers.

Baptist Circle Meetings Two tea tables were attractively PreparationSee out all the juice. If the orangesare I
a ) ,, arranged from which Mrs. F F. that the fruit Is thoroughly sweet soak in clear water one I

Circle No. 1 with Mrs. J. M. I Flume; Mrs. Edyth Montgomeryand clean and that all stems, ends,I day and night, but If sour soak one BUSINESS OF LIVING, when boiled down and
f Brownlee, leader, will meet Mon- ,, Miss Pearl Jordan served delicious etc., are removed. week, changing water twice a day.
day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at ] punch and sandwiches Aft- After soaking squeeze again to remove froth skimmed off, is just a matter of thinking.
rl' the home of Mrs. G. H. Bennett, er refreshments the pastor, Rev.J. the water and place in cook-
,i K with Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. J. W. J. Johnson, gave an Informal For preserving Test, the best test we Ing vessel and cover with syrup. iiuuwwiuiw,, Each of us is continually thinking ideas of our own

talk which was followed by the can give Is to see that your fruit Cook slowly to prevent scorchinguntil and swapping them for the ideas of others. If there is '
Circle No. 2 will meet with teacher, Miss Mona Alderman, givIng is thoroughly done and that the done. Seal. More syrup can a

:Misses Amy and Ethel Moore at examination to those prepared.The syrup is as thick as desired. Cooking be added if it Is necessary. famine of outside ideas we shrivel up ourselves. Chil--
the time. following young people com-
same Mrs. Sallie Tlaon
All members are urged to attend pleted the course: give In the small beat results quantities seems to Starke, Florida. dren with "nobody to play with". are unhappy and un
II these meetings. Eunice Williams, Ella Maud GlIs-
son, Hazel Lennon Hazel Crews. manageable.
+ 1 Sunshine Strawberry Preserve.Prepare Peach Preserves
1I Intermediate B. Y. P. U. William Crews, Alkay Carlisle, small
fruit, using medium ripe Peel and cut in pieces.
I Walters, Frances
Hugh Hemingway -
Conducts Exercises berries and let drain on cloth. To Measure and place in cooking vesseL -
Paul Raymond, Dorothy --
'I each cup of fruit add one cup of Add to each heaping cup of
the B. Y. P.
Sunday morning Sapp. cooking not over two fruit one level cup of sugar. CookIn
presented the following program A second examination will be of fruit in one vessel. Cook rapidly cups- small quantities rapidly for at From thinking with our heads to doing with our handsis

In the opening period of the Sun- given next Friday' afternoon for for 15 minutes, least 15 minutes for sunshine pre- but little and then become
stirring con- a thoughts
step our things.It
day school hour, with Mrs. R. A. those who were unable to take at .
stantly to prevent burning. Pour serves. Seal.
In : that time.
leader charge
Thomas, ,
up In platters and place in sun Mrs. P. M. Barefoot
Opening Song-Congregation. Others present were:
shine for three successive Starke Florida.
g Prayer-Mrs. Thomas. Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mrs. days.
Then seal.
Scripture Reading-B. Y. P. U. R. A. Thomas, leader of the B. Y. ]
i Lesson Story-Hugh Walters. P. U.; Mrs. J. C. Hall, Gloria and The sunshine process not only Watermelon and Pineapple is because men of America are so unfettered in their

Gloria and Mavadelle Mavadelle Halle, Clara Flume, preserves the fruit better but givesit Preserve
? Song thinking and doing that this is such fine
i HalL Anne Strother of Tampa, Elizabeth a more natural color. Take one half melon and scrape country a place to

Closing Song-B. Y. P. U. Hollingsworth and Doris and Fannie Mrs. R.Starke A. Newsom Florida., rind with spoon. Squeeze out all live i in. It is also because these thoughts are freely radiated -
Sllcox. Juice from the pulp. Put pulp in

Ladies Auxiliary To Meet -- -Preserve. sugar syrupy(use nehaltcup of and spread broadcast, in the distribution of manufactured -
Fig water to of to make
Next Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: W M. S. Circles Entertained Take sugar figs and blanch in the syrup one) .and cup cook sugar slowly for things and in the distribution of the facts about them

o'clock at the Mitchell cottage at Monday AfternoonA boiling water, with a tablespoon of about four hours!! or until thoroughly -
Kingsley Lake the Ladles Auxiliary patriotic worship service was soda added to each gallon of water, done.Then add one large can (advertising) that this country is such a fine place to

of the Presbyterian Church conducted at the meeting of each and let stand one hour. Then cold of crushed.p eapple and cook a I live dn.
will hod their regular meeting.The circle of the Woman's Missionary dip and measure. Place in cooking few minutes longer and then placein
program for the afternoon Society of the Methodist Church vessel and to each two cups of figs glass jars. Delicious.
will be conducted by Mrs. Charles when they met Monday afternoon. add one cup of sugar and lemons Mrs. J. W. Edwards,

F. Ward, the subject being, "Re Mrs. J. F. Colley and Mrs. A. W. cut In quarters (using about one- Starke, Florida.
1 ,view of Foreign and Home Mission Anderson half lemon to each quart of figs)., .- The
were hostesses to Circle Cook until the becomes originator of an idea is not much better off after
Work for the Year. No. 1, the business session being sugar syrup Episcopal Church
4t' After the meeting the families of presided over by Mrs. A. Wood, assistant thick and the figs become There will be services at St. he originates it till he gets some one else to absorb it and
the members will join them at the circle leader. The worship slightly transparent and pour up Marks Episcopal Church Sunday,
lake for a swim, and at 6 o'clock a service was In charge of Mrs. T.J. In granite pans and let stand over- July 9 at 11 o'clock. Rev. M. F. enjoy it and benefit by it.

picnic spread will be enjoyed. All :Griffin, who was assisted in thla night. Next morning place in jars Williams officiating.
mebers and their families are In- beautiful patriotic service by Miss sealing minutes.tight and process for 25 .-

vited. Katie Colley, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins
Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Baptist Church
Mrs. J. F. Colley Miss Kate Struth, Starke, Florida. Last Sunday morning at the The man or woman surrounded by better
c 1' Baptist Missionary Society Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. A. W. -- Baptist Church service the pastor, thoughts

a Enjoys Outing At Lake hostesses Redgrave and Mrs. A. Wood. The Green Tomato Preserves. Rev. J. J. Johnson, delivered a and things but who pays not the slightest attention to them
served light refreshmentsat I
Tuesday of last week at the summer the close of the meeting. Hostesses Six large green tomatoes and great and inspirational doctrinal is not much better off than the one with "nobody to play
j home of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. for the three lemons. Two and one-half sermon. close of this sermon .
Lake members August circle meet- cups of and one of I a beautiful service was held with."
;Wilson at Kingsley Ing will be Mrs. W. H. Struth and sugar cup wa- when I
1 of the Woman's Missionary Society daughter Miss Kate Struth. ter.After I twenty new members were .." .
received Into the
s of the Baptist Church had their Mrs. H. V. Knight entertained washing the tomatoes dry I
,, annual spend-the-day party.At them thoroughly. Slice the toma- Johnson Is 'working faithfully
n, Circle No. 2, and the business ses- !
toes and lemona. Make a of among young people as well as
1 o'clock a bountiful picnic sion was presided over by Mrs. L. the sugar and water and syrup add the the old, and his efforts are being The advertisements in the
G1 spread was enjoyed which was followed D. Vining, circle leader A reportof rewarded. I papers are thoughts-tell
tomatoes and lemons
; by the regular business and work done under the head and cook un-
til the ing about the things that other and have
program meeting. I "Christian social Relations" showed syrup begins to thicken or you men women
Mrs. A. M. Darby, president of: that this department of the society until tight.the preserves are clear. Seal There KIngsley will be services Sunday, i created for your happiness. READ THE ADS. They

the society, led the devotional, and la quite active. The finance committee July 9, at 10:30 a.m. Preaching by
Mrs. R. A. Thomas I
4'' S :Mrs. R. A. Thomas, assisted by also made a good report. Starke, Florida., pastor. are the voice from hundreds of thousands of looms, shops,

: :Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. G. A. Rev. W. F. Jones conducted the Will not have afternoon servicesas i foundries studios laboratories where millions of minds
:Anderson and Mrs. T. M. Hutch- devotional service, and Mrs. J. W. announced till later. ,
s + Ings had charge of the program for White and Miss Olive Ray gave a Peel off the outside skin of the Everybody welcome to worship are turning pleasant thoughts into worth-while things for

the afternoon. dialogue entitled "Simple Mrs. orange, split In halves and squeeze with us, Sunday morning.J. i
+ After the business session a so- Lafferty, which was along the L. SILCOX, Clerk. your comfort.
clftl hour was enjoyed by playing line of prohibition and law enforcement ed by her little daughter, Merry

g 4 games and In a contest, prizes were The circle was pleased to Beth. Next week the Telegraph will
given Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs welcome as a member Mra. H. B. The circle will meet the first I print Favorite Relish Reclpea. If
Edyth Montgomery.Late McLendon. Light refreshmentswere Monday In August with Mrs. L. D. you have a favorite one send it In c
served by Mrs. Knight, assist- 'Vining. I at once. IIH +IIIU'iI.U.'lIUlIWilULlUUillllilW"Ill'"I11'"I1jIlU"IU''NIII' ' ""' ., .""'"" '" .... / '" IIlUU""UUU'UI'UIl'IJIII.'lIWIiI"ilU'III".11't7HE ' .."' '. .. ''. '''"''
in the afternoon after a delightful -

swim in the lake the guests -/
returned to their homes. Fifty- -- --- ". -'-----
e four members and twelve visitors THING ON MAIN STREET" -By' LTF.TV_ iel
for thla i
were present delightful "-- -
XI J()
outing. t !ITI A RU86Ea TweM wAS -

Wedding In Miami r11H2'1' NEW"PAPEI2 -" ANY MORE BUT -TA COULDN'T TH.4. WOtt'T MMM S.
The marriage of Miss Erma I. 'EN.
Green daughter of M. J. IK CUD "YA l.

I Green, and John Wesley Connors 1'R UiiLE .t
S Ii of 7717 N. E. First Avenue,
,took place Immediately following
S. the Sunday evening services of the
Rader Memorial Church In the THE FlCB/ 1XPAQno.EHT ?

( i manse of the church. The pastor, BAH CUT Of G4 AND !

k; the Rev. J. H. Hanger, performed CUt "WOOD* IMIL r OMft --- _
the ceremony In the presence of &&'Yf0 'tile. 6iA2t I,i
the immediate family and a large
At %<* JVW--PO b*>reu,. NOfi CO.T .
number of friends.
4Wf HAD 19 USE
_ The house decorated with a pro- 1M- PlOR' HOOaR3 FH.L1
fusion of flowers, and an Improvised '
.11-It' n'at: tNG1NQ'i! GA''TN11 '\ OM F' NlAVEN ,
altar banked wit hpalma and r
< 'A
ferns provided the background for a

the Mrs. Hanger,
wedding party? 4 k
wife of the pastor, played the Bri- -."
dal Chorus from Lohengrin for the .. L1-.2 1

ntranc.. .; ,

r The brlde'i costume was fashioned TOROTHY ,DARNIT -
of white triple sheer crepe, worn By Charles jVlcMf Vj

r with a swagger jacket and a small S

rt", t close-fitting were all white turban., and Her she accessories carried- YOU YOU DID KNOW AND WHAT I'rt\J TOUD PI"\P'\ ::-1 ) ,

P' roses.an arm boquet of pink Premier ( You YOUR'ROOrtILU ,GO UP TO MeAN ON ME KID.You YOU JJ/) /* _

i Miss Doris Burdick was the
bridesmaid. She wore a pink and 3PANK YOU

--r j blue silk sports ensemble, with IF SEE

;; c matching accessories. Her cos- YOU
tune wa complemented by a cor-
sage of pink Radiance roe... J. AGAIN

Splcer Owen was beat man. T-DA r's 0J L
S jAn informal reception was held h s 0 NO
I following the ceremony, after -- 0" 1S
i which Mr. Connors and his bride J 0 p

g" left by motor for Daytona Beach, I \ J1 ;:: '1""Y\:

r ,d where they will spend a week's
p honeymoon. _They will live in :MIami -

0g'k' _a where Mr. Connors is connected ...
fe with the law firm of ,Burdtnef

r, News.Perry & Flemings-Miami- Dally ''. ;, n -L\\ ,

arm? Mrs. Connors la a former resident Pll

of Hampton and a granddaughter \ .... .
I of Mra. I. J. Priest and .
,Sv will be'remembered .
t 5 among the ,
younger set. --..,.. -I: ..
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JULY 7, 1933

-- ..-- ---- -.. ---- ___ ____ _______ __ n_ __.___ _,_ __._ ",,__. -- -. .- .- -- -------- 'Ie. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and Miss Belva Harrison, who has The modern high-bred'' horses i i'i I ,,'!ly';

children of Moore Haven spent the been a guest of her uncle and aunt 4 1
bave been developed In the past : :
Fourth in Starke with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Andreu for the
of ti'
, TIDeal Mrs..E. W. Hayes. her past home two weeks in Stuart., has returned to I + Do You Know ? + 1" twp centurieftff' :' I

Mrs. J. B. Sapp Miss. Dorothy "(
ie Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mun- Miss Leah Struth and little Miss : I

dy, Jr., are spending several weeksat Fredrika Edwards of Jacksonvillehave \, ; J I1 I

Klngsley Lake. been recent. visitors at the rh Now is ,
the time that all little r'r'i,1
Concerning Oar People Butineit and home of Miss Struth's parents, Mr. ,,'" boys, and some grown-ups too. (' t
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Corry and and Mrs. W. IL. Struth. Now Is the
Progret of the County and Town. time that all little boys .
party of Jacksonville ;: "I \
are spending and soma grown-ups too, need 1'8-
the week at the Epperson cottageat L. F. Smith hall returned from pairing. No matter how far away 1

Kingsley Lake. his vacation trip to visit relativesIn you hold yourfirecrackers ''r f v'
L Indiana, and while away also attended on ]rj rj.he
K Sauls wag a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Iruse and :Miss Frances Peek
Mrs A of Miami Is the Century of Progress Fourth of f ll
\ Friday. Miss Dolly Lamb spent the first of enjoying a visit with her In
Jacksonville grandparents Exposition Chicago. is sure I .
July, one
the week in Miami "nntow v, 9 '
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. ( 1 '
Darby to go off unexpectedly j t !
Johns of LaKe Butler was at '
Kingsley Lake. j4 3
George Mrs. A. A. Johns has returnedto and M1'' ,
| visitor here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom
her home in Frostproof after a blow the seat
spent Sunday: afternoon visiting Mrs. S. F. Hamrick is enjoyinga delightful visit here with ber out of your best "

Mr and Mrs. J. W. Edwards relatives in Lawtey. visit in Savannah Ga., with her mother and sister Mrs. E. F. Johns trousers. I, r fJ '

I Thursday In Jacksonville. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and and Mrs. L. A. Reynolds. -

J. C. Manning and daughter, Mrs. C. W. Denny.Mr. Of rournc I d ,; ''

Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Green spent Miss Pearl Manning, spent Thurs- Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Mrs. T. A. don't with anyone | ; ,? 9 I 't1
Brunswick, Ga. in and Mrs. P. E. Canova and '
day Jacksonville.
J Sunday In Turner, Miss Dorothy Turner and any hard < : 's
little son Paul, spent Tuesday in
Charles Wiggins spent last Wed lurk and I'm a''' f
B F Hazen of Brooker was a George Flynn of Orangeberg, S. Ocala Mrs. with Mrs. Canova's mother nesday In Jacksonville with Mr. o b pp always sympathetic when B fellow l, '

business visitor here Friday. C., has been spending several days D. F. Flowers. and Mrs. Randolph Boree. earner Into my store with his Sun i

here with his family. tiny pants Imtc'hecl-but you know d' '
C C Farrelly of Ralford was a Mrs. J. H. Pitta and son, Keith, I have to be ready for thee emerKrnrlctt ; r
returned home from visit Mr. and Mrs. Maza of Jacksonville
visitor here Saturday. a torn '
I If you've something -
business Mrs. Nellie Lewis Bowers of New with relatives In Valdosta, Ashbu- spent the first of the weekat so to '
shouldn't "mdy f
York City was a recent of Lake the of you
guest and Kingsley guests
ren K
of Lawtey was Omega Ga.
T Moore If
James Miss fill the bill (that In I'll fill It I
Madge Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs and Mr.
here ,
1 visitor Monday It.t t''
business )
1 you pay
gustme and Silver Springs. and Mrs. William Dobrow.

Miss Ruby Winters of Waldo was Little Margaret Lowry left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. George C. White of I've got a lot of men's straw kJ'hats

[ visitor here Monday afternoon. for Camp Immokalee where Tallahassee spent the week-end in Mr. and Mrs. K: L>. Epperson and that I am tired of looking at k
i she will spend ten days. Starke with relatives.Mrs. children, Ray Jr. and Betty, of and so if your lid Is getting kind of 4
Brinson of Hugh was Jacksonville in Starke sorry look In come In and see me; ,
spent Sunday
Miss Patsy rat.r.A, C....4i.i tI..rwl ".,1.."
|visiting friends In Starke Friday. Comer Long of Leesburg spent W. W. Page and little son with Mr. Epperson's parents, Sheriff I'll sell you a brand spanking new
several days this week with his of Jacksonville were here last and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.D. THAT at JOG Lake, Algonquin' Park Northern Ontario there Is a deer one for a very small sum of money. s
mt ts all the train and makes friends with the tourists He ',
Belle Burch of Gainesville mother Mrs. F. H. Long. Thursday visiting her parents Mr. ,
and Mrs. W. H. Struth. has been named Billy snd he will answer If called. Billy Is very fond 'I
I a visitor to Starke Wednesday.Ralph Kenneth Prutsman left Tues- The weather gets rather warm
was cehO'lolate and the picture above shows Mm take s morsel from a (
Mrs. A. V. Long and daughter day for South Florida and and with
morning little was Cox of the State Farm Miss Anne, of Gainesville were visIting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley of points where he will do vacation of ..- etker and look to be prepared to Jump. that In mind we have gotten In '

I was a visitor here last Thursday. friends here Saturday. Gainesville spent Sunday in Starke relief work for the Western Union some of the' coolest little wash f
with Mrs. Beasley's parents, Mr. for the balance of this month. The many friends of Mrs. Juno dresser for ladled you have ever f h

J. R. Kite of the State Farm was Mrs. F. A. Sweezy returned and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Wall, who recently was moved to danced In. Try one and be convinced. r l '

la visitor here Saturday afternoon. home last week from a several Mrs. Willie S. Gibson and Miss a hospital' Hendersonville, N. C., SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS They are only Otic r
weeks' visit in White Springs; Miss Murla and W. T. Weeks of Eunice Gibson of Red Springs, N. I 'R (

I Lacy Rigdon and J. L. Corbett Miami are enjoying a visit herewith C., are spending* this week In where she underwent a serious operation SUMMER! MIMJNERY ; f

Ispent Monday at the State Farm.. Mrs. Catherine Tear and Mrs. relatives and at Brooker with Starke with Mrs. Gibson's parents, will be glad to know that By ANN rAOB '1.95 value, on ante____.-.-69 1 Y,g Y
Carrie Howe Smith of Lawteywere their father, R. A. Weeks. Mr. and Mrs. T: Kendrick.; she Is convalescing rapidly. LADIES' RII.K DRESSES 4 F,; 4

Mr and Mrs. C. L. Stockwell and visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. 'IN T1IU2 days when Marco: Polo travelled 93.03 values), on aul .__..__91.0ft 'n
trade between East and Weal
In DeLand. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Graham and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and i WASH DRESSER
children spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ennla!: of was largely for the lake of lumurle i
I and Mrs. J. :J. Rigdon, Miss children\ of Gainesville are enjoy. daughters, Juanita and Sara, and Tampa were in Starke last week and chief of these, were the apices and $1 value, oil aale__________69oWe
Rev. H. L. Chapin of High Eva Rigdon and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ing a two weeks stay at the Wall Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Green spent condiment which acted both as preservatives sell PETERS' SHOES-None '
springs was a visitor here Wednes- : Corbett spent Tuesday in Palat'.ca. cottage at Kingsley Lake. several days this week at the Kick- visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. of food and as dlagiUies to"blgh" bettor made-Price' no higher than b '{
liter cottage at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Mr. and B vor. Inferior brandw.
day I Today' of Is
simplicity f
Miss Anne Long of Gainesville I is Mrs. Oscar Andreu has spent the Mrs. Ennis were en route home made possible by our undemanding seasoning New FELT HATS for Ladies '''P

Miss June Bullen of Daytona spending a few days here with her past two weeks in Stuart at the Mrs. Vonda E. Inman, state auditor after enjoying a trip to the moun- r of spoilage and how to prevent It by Just. arrived ___-.._-._...-$LOa "' h
Beach Is "spending' several weeksere. grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee. bedside of her brother-in-law, Marion of the Woodmen Circle, was a tains of North Carolina. proper refrigeration. This care mutt New line of button and slides. to
McGee, who died Monday. visitor to Lake Butler Tuesday and be continued In production, shipping', ntaU'h-mnkoit trimming easy. 1} t d
retailing and finally In the borne It Is
Miss Nellie Lewis of while there made her official visitto Mr. and Mrs. D. .
Washington C. Forehand and most Important that milk end* butter llupgnule Overalls and Panta at a (
Eldrldge Smith was a business D. C., Is visiting her grand- Mr. and Mrs. W. M. WainwrIght the Lake Butler Grove that eve- daughter, Margaret, of Albany, meat and 'ah be kept cold or else! the old price until my present sup.

visitor to Lake City Friday after- parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis. and children will leave Saturdayfor ning. Ga., and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and they ihould be bought frequently la ply| runs out. You better hurryIt y;

Bnoon. Black Mountain, N. C., where '-' daughter, Miss Flora Belle Jack. [small quantities It won't be long now.,

Miss Bunnie Canova, Miss Mlna they will spend several weeks. Eldridge Robinson of Apopkawas son, of Baconian, Ga., with Mr and .are Midsummer plentiful vegetable Be lure to for marinateIthem salads -

Barney E. McRae has recently Manassa and Miss Melba Silcox visiting friends In Starke Sat. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mr. and In a dreislng of olive oil leaonlngs -
ccepted a position at the State were shopping in Jacksonville Fri Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Boyer and urday en route to tAke City wherehe Mrs.. T. T Long are enjoying a and lemon lutes or vinegar. NAT STERNBERG ;
!'arm. day. son of Jacksonville were In Starke and James Lewis spent the stay at the Peek cottage at Kings- Peaches. and flume arc obundont this ,

Sunday visiting Mrs. Boyer's parents week-end with Mr: and Mrs. C. D. ley Lake. week Starke Florida i
\ Here are the quaker Maid Kitchen'smenus k kreatvf'r0
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gray ofliinesvllle Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Shank. ?" for the week. "

\ were visitors here Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Felton Varnedoe Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and I Low Cost Dinner <1 ('O"II" reue'r r r
!!lay. spent the Fourth at Daytona Miss Blanche Asbury, state supervisor Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall and little daughter Madge, have been Without dlncounUriK the Import'I i '!f I Ianre
-- Beach. Emergency Relief Work, daughters, Mavadelle and Gloria, spending several days In DeLand Fresh Finn Salad of the funeral director', func
Tomato tion seller of .
with Shredded a a
Jelly merchundlna
CabbagePan and
Miss Helen Prather the I la spending a few days in Tampa. en route to their home in Pahokee .
.spent with Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch. Roll. Butter a a killed scientific worker, we ;r 1
vet; of the week with friends in Mrs. Richard Jones of Purdy, She will return to Starke Satur after a visit In Richmond Va., were They were accompanied home by Peach Shortcake believe that In the keytona of our proCession k ( t

atka.. Va., is enjoying a visit here with day. week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Misa/ Mary who Tea or Coffee Milk .. to the sympathetic bereaved ,family.personalervlre In r {
her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth F. R. A. Thomas. has been spending several weeksIn Medium Cost Dinner all our relation with our patron. '+ '

Mrs. Enoch Griffis of Lawtey Johns. Miss Gladys Roach of Jarkson- DeLand with her uncle and aunt 'Pressed Chicken Parsley Put&toes to we lighten remember, .o far that a*our lies first within duty our la r

i a visitor here Wednesday aft vllle is spending this week as the Lovers of Bible study are getting Col. and Mrs.,"Futch. Tomato. filled with Celery Salad power the burden of those who o

moon Col. and Mrs. R. E. Cowart of .' guest of her brother-in-law and much profit and pleasure at the Currant Jelly mourn.We always 1 do our beat to help our ,, t
Madison were week-end guests of sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. mission study hall. Odd Fellows Bread and Butter patron elect the merchandl and ? reJ"
L. A. Brown of Brooker was a State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Turner. building, each Tuesday night. BI- Mrs. George W. Kenly and Peach Tarts service suited to their condition and
neeiln. Our service I I. finer,
daughter, Miss Genevieve, who Coffee (hot or Iced) Milk our
mess visitor here Monday aft- Crews. bles are carried and a study of the price are lower.
Wn.J Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Word pursued.. have been spending several weeks Very; Special Dinner noHKHi< .* OloomIJFaa..r.t ,
with relatives In Georgia, are returning Director
Mrs. Harold Wall Is spendingtwo Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jellied Bouillon Starke Branch Near Depot
H.: and B. V. Saxon of Hamp- weeks in St. Petersburg with Rigdon of Atlanta, Ga., were recent Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell and to Starke this week. They Broiled Steak Baked Potatoes Jacksonville on Rlv.r.ld. Avenue .I.IPb.ae
wUl be to Starke 6301 A..I.._ arvirs l
accompanied by
011 were business visitors here her parents, Mr.. and Mrs. C. T. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. daughter and son, Miss Ava Lou Broiled Tomato Slices i
Mrs. Henley's sister, Mrs. Price Ume Jelly with
Saturday. Dutton.Mr. Rigdon.Mr. and Jim of Ocala spent Friday in Pineapple
Charters of Gainesville Ga. who Rolls Butter
Starke with Mr. Poppell's father cantaloupe! with Orange Ice
will time here.
Lira N. T. Ritch and Miss Madge and Mrs. C. B. Peeler of and Mrs. Walter Underhill I' and sinter, HPoppell and Miss spend some Coffee hot or Iced) 1/tlSjf '

ddleton were In Gainesville Jacksonville spent the Fourth in and daughters. Misses Hazel and Ruby Mae PoppelL .
lursday. I Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gladys, have been spending several J Mr. and ''Mrs. E. M.. Davis and New vests for prison guards ,

I Morgan.Mr. days In Daytona Beach on a pleasure Miss Martha Powell returned daughter, Jean, and Mrs. George have tear gas bombs and riot gun For

lira w J. Epperson Jr., is, trip. home Sunday from'a visit in Jacksonville H. Lowry and daughter, Margaret, shells. Good Sandwichesand

spending this week with friends inerksonvllte and Mrs. S. K. Newsom of with Miss Virginia Mager. were in Jacksonville Tuesday eve- .
Jacksonville spent the Fourth in Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg had Miss Powell was' accompaniedhome ning to attend the piano recital For lICE

Starke with Mr. and Mrs. R. 'A. as their guests for the Fourth at by Miss Mager who will given by pupils of ,Miss. Mary V. furnished many the years world Bulgaria roost of baa Its COLD BEER ,, j

Nathan Prevatt of Wilmington Newsom. their cottage at Klngsley Lake, spend a week as her guest. Mathis at the Jacksonville Collegeof rose oil. Ask For Our Priced on Cases
".C.,Is spending several days here Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Neff of Jack- Music. Little Misses Jean and Uoljlni j..

"til relatives. Miss Ruth Sternberg a.nd'MlsB sonville. Miss Hazel Middleton returned Margaret, who are pupils of Miss A of the United Sinclair Service Station i t
peer English
Annie Mae Pearce spent the week- home Friday from Madison where Mathis, appeared in the recital, Kingdom Is Where YOB Jet Your Ca sad ', .t 9 '
ineligible seat
i MM.. L. E. Mosley and children of end with Miss Ruby Kilpatrick In Mrs. H. E. Mock has returned to she was a guest .of Miss Rachel rendering two numbers each. the house of commons. a Ae.rl.. ,

| State Farm were visitors here Troy, Ala. her home in Savannah, Ga., after a Smith for several days. She was ... i
f-day afternoon three weeks visit here with her accompanied home by Miss Smith Entire liberty of worship and

Edith Jones returned Monday I father C. H. Clarke !and uncle, W. who will be her guest this week. conscience is guaranteed in the f 1 f

111'8.* L, A. Reynolds and Mrs. F. from Tampa where she spent sev- S. Clarke. -- Netherlands.

'Johns spent Monday in Jackson- eral weeks with her fatter William Mrs. Florence E., Canova and
with relatives. Jones. Mrs. J. W. Home and children daughter. Miss Bunny, will leave Continuous depression prevailedafter

I II I and Mrs. L. G. Bedenbaugh of Sunday for a month's stay at I the panic of 1893 for four TIP TOP

Miss Fenella Snyder is enjoying Paul Knight and Billy Graham: Hampton spent Wednesday after- Black Mountain, N.C. They will be years. I
visit In in Starke Mrs. R. A. accompanied by P. E. Canova who,
Jacksonville the guest of returned Wednesday from Jjl.cki i noon ,visiting ,.. ... ... L t
iii Lillian Garrls.I sonvlle. Beach where they spent I Newsom.Mr. will return here the tint of the >>
several days. week, ,I (y
I"d? ]Mrs. Bryant Carroll of and Mrs. Gary Ennis of Miami t I ATLASThe

rwMonvllie were visitors here the I C. F. Litchfeld, T. B. Pinholster, Beach spent the latter part of Mrs. A. 'F. Sauls.and daughter, GROCERYWishes
I*' of the week. J. W. Padgett and Levy Prescott of last week in Starke visiting their Miss Louise Snyder, left Sunday

-- Brooker were business visitors uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. John I for Miami, where they will enjoy a

I"'. and Mrs- Blake of the here Monday.Mrs. W. Morgan.Mr. two weeks visit with Mr. Sauls, Standard OH I
Farm who is at present stationed at Miami .
were visitors here to call to attention that its
ccday afternoon. P. M. Barefoot and daughters and Mrs. L. C. Ray and Mrs and Mrs. Sauls' aunt Mrs. Tire GuaranteedOne I your

Juanita and Sara, spent Friday !- Thomas C. Getzen of Fort White Rosa Johnson. BIG SALE is still going on throughthe

in Brooker with Mr. and Mrs. were here Tuesday guests at the YearFrigidalre
PT[ ACOLUMN R. T. Osteen. home of Mrs. J. W. White and oth- Mrs. L. M. DeSba and little 15th of July. 1

WORD er relative ,,, daughter of Wildwood have been *>...........< We have enjoyed the business
Miss Mary E. Keown, district recent guests of her parents, Mr.
home demonstration agent of Tallahassee Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Mac- I and Mrs. W. H. Struth. They were of.the year.

was a visitor to Starke clenny spent the first of the week accompanied borne by' Miss Kate :
SALE-1M 1iifttiF
LalVtey acre farm near Wednesday. here visiting her parents, Mr. and Struth who was their guest for
,> Fla. T. J. Griffin.. 2tIlEN'T Mrs. W. W. Baisden, and little son, several days.

Offices and dwelinga. Mrs. W.'R. Canova of T&llahas Billy Blakely. the three year guar- At these 'low prices we still offer with it tiF,1
T. -'. Mrs. H. S. Reese and ,
Griffin. has been spending several days daughter
2t see j'
here with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Frank and Miss Jane and Miss Janle Calla- anted electric refrigerator each $3.00 order one pound of Butter or '

k0ee KSAL&Cash or terms, one !:. E. Canova. family of the State Farm have recently han, of Atlanta, Ga., who are rela- five pounds of sugar.15c .
two lots in city of Starke, moved to Starke and are re- tives of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, will

O.?oiwe t acres In city Jljnlta Miss Mary Dodd of Ocala state siding at the Slatrunk residence on spend next week at the. Alvarez In addition to this we give four Babr ><'

J. Anders, Lawtey. ,3tp health nurse spent the) first of the Clarke Street. cottage "Magnolia: Lodge" at bitt's Washing Powders for .5c r f yo
with her mother Mrs. Kingsley Lake.Congressman. __ ;
terk'-One brown pair of heavy framed William week here Norris. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and ....., For tale bySmith's Two Lighthouse Cleanser for ___ .5c

a"1**"*, in case with little daughter Mary Anne of R. A. Green entertained
Reward T Smith" printed there. -Mrs. E. R- Neff and daughter, Gainesville spent the Fourth In In hisKlngsley Lake cot- tt!

!be < Offered returning Mls4 Margaret of Miami Beach Starke with Mr. Canova's mother, tage over the week-end a congenial
Printing office' .. '..- jtp have been recent guests of CoL and Mrs. E. E. Canova. party Including M... and Mrs. Service BUY YOUR FLOUR THIS WEEK '

It SALE 200.000, Strawberry Mrs.. A. S. Crews. Avery Powell their\ son Julius AND NEXT WEEK i\\
Pi'Dta. Arkac-'as Missionaries Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Balsden and Powell and grandson; David Powell BEFORE
\T' ,
*rvlaniv' New Improved Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter children of Daytona Beach spent of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. StationStarke TAX: OF $1.40 PER BARREL IS

*den, white roota, on and little daughter of Wlnston- the week-end and remained over Tate Powell Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Tate
land. See O. B. Newsom. Salem N. C.. are enjoying a visit for the) Fourth with Mr. Balsden's Powell. Jr., and Mr. and Xr T. M. Fla. ADDED BY THE GOVERNMENT

*e, *Ta, for prices and de7.71St- here with Mr. and Mrs. Powell- parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W Ba..- I>orman of :Macclenny.-Tlmesrnlon. -

| Carpenter and other relatives. den. a 'a2 !' U II.. c

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Nit of SE% and 8E14 of Com 26 ft t In W of 8E All Block 2 Livingston of
E'4 _IISH 6 n 120 Edith Phillips ___ 17.29 / 16 Truby Co'a Sub Diy
Cor of Lot 8 of Block
of swvi of swvi *x w NEVi of NEV___________21 6 22 Annie William.
ipi ; and run N 105 ft. W 22V4 _
;i SOUND BANKING 8 A ___. _18WVi 1 12 It Willi. Ann Dell.. __ 4.75 ft, a 105 ft to Tall St, E Lota 2, 3 or NVi of Block ,5 --. 7.81
:sad A
of Nittb all WVi of 21Vi ft to beg Orl..lnalts'yt Llvlngnton Truby Co'
NE" of NEVi W of road 20 1 II sa Loren.o 3r..n __ 5062 Starke In NEVi Sub Div of NEVi of
yyA. All EOE% of SW% 8 ot { _: 28 6 22 Bank of Stark..____ 78.94 NE' __d__ ____----_28 6 23 Louvenla Roblnton
Speaker Outline. Threefold road __.._..___. .-._-_20 5 12_ 12 R. JI'. Demnr.atW__ 11.11Be" Lots. 6, 8 of Block 14 ex E Lot 2 of Block 11 Llyl...- ----- 1071 l
+ at SB Cor of BBV of 48 ft Original Town of stop, Truby A Co' Sub
Cooperation Between Bank HE'4 and run W 630 rt. of%Starke In NEV ofSWVt Div of NBVi of NEVi-----28 8 21 J. W. Robln.on__

era Government Official N 165 ft E630ft.S1U! ___ _: _______28 8 U Char O. Woodbrldjr.... 136.01 W 62 ft of Lot. 3, 4. of Blk '---.- Ill
ft to bea-114 A___._.___20 'IS 2 Unknown ? 323 Com 80 ft On 8 of NE Cnr of 16 and W 82 ft n'df Lots:
and the Public to Maintain F1o 11o of NE'4 and NE4! ot and W 50 4 of Blk 13 EVi i
Bank Standard HESS ..____-________20 5 IS 60 Ur. Onl. Freeman_ 12.55 ft Block, S25ftE60ft.N25 17 run Lots I, 2 of HIlt: 17 and
of itEy4 of 8E4:' ax : EVi\ of Lot 1, 2 of Blk 18
E'J 144 A._ __ _- : __.___IO S U 11 nor Edwards ____ 19.46 ft to bear Original/ Townof of Livingston, Truby Co'l
Starke in NBVi
k Two element beside the banker That portion of :W4aJ SWVi ___ _____ .. _021 6 22 H. A. Btshop..w- .. 28.77Chas WByub Div of NBVi of NEV .28 8 23 Mrs. Dora Alderman
themselves Block 1 N .of K of Lots I, 2 and all __
,t are required In order E 18 3-20 ft of Lnta 5, 7 of IBlock ill
that portion of 8RVi. of Lots 8 4 of Blk: 17 and
17 Town
1i 'to give the nation universally the Hlock 1 N of It 4 W that Original W4 of Lot. 1. 2 and all
6 U 5 Unknown ______ '.'0 of Stark In NEVi of
lies In NWVi of NE.Zl.
'type of banking should hare, BWVi .. 28 8 22 O. Woouorldge113.67; Lot 4 of Elk 18 Llvlng
8''y .t 8EI4 of NWy4 eX 1 W 36 2-3 ft of Lota 6, 7 of stun. Trilby & Co'e Sub
Francis II. Slsson / of the
president W r"I&d.Zl 6 IJ 20 S. W. Edwards10.67
lot In NE Cur of
Block 17 Town NEVi\ of NBVi_ 38 8 22 Unknown
Original __
American Banker Association, declared All 8W.% of 8Wy. W of LotTruby. Blk 19 Livingston. h_--_._ 24
public road ______________Zl S II 111 Roy E0ward. -_- 11.45 of stark In NEVi of It
& Cob Sub Dlvl-
In a recent address. He said W of 8W1,4, ____ ___. 18 I U Chas. O. Woodbrldfe.? ".n N
i4 AU NW'A of SW'4_ 21 1 Un. Onle Freeman __ 1." One lot on J? aide of"CallBt I vision of NEVi\ of NEVi--28 8 22 Unknown ___
j that the emclency of government lubUc road ______ ___-_ Zl S 62H ft E and W by Lot 4. of Blk 27 Livingston, ---------- lit

officials' npon whom the people rely 1NA W8beingr646 N andS 210 ft N and) S BoundedN Truby A Co' Sub Dlvl-

to supervise the banks properly., and by 889 ft E and ft W____21 S" II I Unknown ____ 2.83Com by Jefferson St, W by Lot vision.3 of of Blk NBH 27, of Llvlnston NEVi--28 8 II-A. O. 3enkln._---------- >

IJ, the patronage of the people themselves 420 ft N of SB Cor otHW'4 lands of Vida V Morgan. Truby .A Co'a Sub Dlvi- l|
8 by Call Bt and E by
6, of SWVi and runS vision. of NEVi\ of NEVi! __28 8 12 Leanna
are factors In the kind of ft, Hick 17 Original Town of A. Aarone
tanks a community shall have ,?..VWil! __tt S II Josephine EUe..on_ 769 Stark In NBVi of SWVi-28 6 21 -: Bradford County Bank. 29.87 Lot 2 of Blk 29.Livingston, ------- Ol' ,
N1':14.of 8BU of SWVi_____21 6 23 10 M. Uhoden. Admr.____ 1864 One lot on North aide. of Truby & Co'a Sub Dlvlvlalon -
its i HY "There can be no question that NW% of-SB"' % of BWM- 21 I 12 10 0.0. A. Oardlner__?_ 1230 C.IIlit 72H ft E and W of NEVi of NBVi! __28 8 23 Joe Hagan ___-
S 50 ft of Lot 4 of Blk ---
by 210 ft N S Bounded 13, ---- LSS1$
the people of the United Slates 8WV4 of Block 8 8 of ILl W and -
In Tern- N by Jefferson fit. W Livingston, Truby" Co II
+ In.J'4 of SWVi
should have banks Immune from plea. Hub Div-2Vi A_____21W'i 'II 3 Jas. Dell ,________ 417 by Court Mt-.nd S by Call Sub llvleloNEof
NEVi _______________28 !
8 22
failure and wholly free from bad of Block 1 8 of R 2 W 8t Original. Town of --- Ida Simmons _
or questionable banking" Mr. SI.a ex, 1 A In NE Cor and EVi\ Starke In NEVi of 8W428 6 22 Vida V. Morgan..... 47.14 Lots 2, 8 or NV& of Blk 85 ---- ----_ LIZ I
of BlkiMoffSWInTemples t..I 1 46Vi ft of Lot 1. 3 of Livingston, Truby &: Co'eSub
g son said. "It ts not enough as President Sub Div-__.__21 'II 'D. L. Lloyd _______ 13.77 Block 18 ex. S 20 ft Original Division of NBVi of
of Block I 8 of R 2 Town of, Starke In NEVi ----- -____________28 8 23 Alfred Barnes
ry Roosevelt has said that while NWVi _._____
W and NE'4 of Hlock 2 H NB<4 of 8W>,4-.._ .. 28 6 23 Mr. J. W. Andrews.113.E7 Blocks 37, 88 Livingston. --- 1144'
some bankers had been Incompetent 3 W In Temples Sub One lot com 44Va ft W of NE Truby &: Co's Sub Division -

r'' J r er dishonest this was not true In 1tYR,_ _ _21 6 22 5 Unknown ____== "ITTUe: fnr of Block 1* and run of NEVi\ of NE'i____28 8 22 A. O. Jenkins________
Block _
majority Lota 1, 2 of nlork/ 8 In W on Call 8t .17M ft. 8 44' Livingston Truby -- 1114'
s the
b vast of our bank. A Plnetiurst DevelopmentIn / 105 ft. E 87V4 ft. N 105 &: Co Sub Division of

l+ situation should eiUt In which there NWH of BBVi .- ---21 6 22 D. W. Kelley.?-____ 2.80 ft to beg Original Town NEVi of NEVi! ___________28 6 23 A. O. Jenkins__
is not even a small minority of bankers Com at SW Car of NWVi\; of of Stark. In NEVi of Lot 1 and SVa of Lot 2 of --------_ 1041in

f 8KV4 B aide of Stateroad 8WV4 n-__ __.28. 22 J. N. Alvares______ 69.59 Blk 47 Livingston. Truby
t open to question. There should ana d run N along, Com 20 ft 8 of NE Cor of &: Co' Bun Division of

d a I'lie no room for dishonesty. or Incom- Bald road 642 ft. thenceE Lot 5/ of Blk 18 and run W NEVi of NEV\ ..__________28 6 22 Fannie McCall _____.
at right .angle"/ to said 60 ft, S 86 ft, B 60 ft, Lots 8, 9 of Blk 2 Davis & --_ I
a ,petency to exercise any influence In road 1000 ft to Ry right N 86 ft to beg. Original Truby' Addition to
banking anywhere. of way, thence H along Town of Starke In NEVi Starke In NE Cur, of SEVi!

"While bad faith and bad said right of way 418 ft of SWVi _______ ________28 8 22 Ii. A. Bl.hop_______ 14.56 of NWVi W of Ry_______2 6 22 J. M. Truby.L. .
2 manage- to 8 line of said NWVi of One house and lot In Block Lot It, U, 13, 14 of Blk --------___ u.oe
meat enter the human factor In all SEVi.\ thence W along 18 known as Stark 2 Davis &: Truby' Addition -
types at business, their effects! in aid! line 927 ft, thence N House Bounded N by Call to Starke In NE Cor
to heg"__.._------ --"---! t 22 10 H. A.. Bishop.__ 17.4 St, W by C. L. Peek, 8 by of 8E'4 of NW W of
banking should be surrounded by Block/ 9 8 of by II. V. Knight and Bhy Ry __ 28 a !a
All ------- -- M.
7rr 4e. such special safeguards a* to render R 1ofa all Ely of J. C. Manning Original' Lots 1, 2 of : iC--C E. S Gray.____________ 11.10
Block 6 B of R 8 W and Town of Starke In NEVi\ Matthew. Addition "A"
them no longer a factor In bank NWVi of Block 8 S of R of SWVi _____________28 8 22 Unknown .______._ 74.86 to Starke W of Walnutand
g. failures. The responsibility for 3 W In Templea Sub DIV-21 6 23 10 Unknown ___________ 17.24 Residence Lot In Elk 18 S of 9th St. In
'' Block 2 S of HIE Tern- bounded N by Call Bt, E NWVi -____- -_-_-..__-_28 6 23 E. 8.
ringing this about, however CAn. Sub Div____________23 6 22 10 Mrs. Harriett O. Cooper. 7.' hy 8tarke H. Lot8of111k1E,8.Mat.thews Matthews_______ 174
'!Dot rest upon the hankers alone for E4y!. of Block 1 8 of R 3 nand I' V. Knights JJoer..d1.: Addition "A" to
r ,the means to accomplish It are not all that portion of St and W bv Court: Bt ex Starke W of Walnut andS
Block/ 3 8 of R 4 E that 1 Lot In NW Cor 190 ft of 9th St. In NWVi 28 8 22 S. S. Dowllng
wholly! In their hands. There are lies In BWVi of :' B and W by 626, ft N and Lots 4, 6, 6,7atB1k110: __________ 17,11{
4 'other essential elements. N: 87 ft of NBVi Block I 8 on Call St and ex 1 Lot 8. Matthews Addition "A" ,
and all that and W 70 ft Nand to Starke W of Walnut
1 R S B 60 ft E by
s "One I II the efficiency of govern.b' orlon of NBVi fBlockIock3SOtit1E 8 In SW Cor Original and S of 9th St. In

greatly V4" Sec line and all that NEVi! of BWVi.-\ ______28 8 22 S. L. Peek. Admr.____ 88.50 Elk 2 E. 8; Matthew' Addition E. Canova. 5771B.
S a : upon supervision It may portion of Block a S of An undivided M tnt in a "A" to Starke W of
unless li I II of the highest order In R 3 E lying N of H Sea Lot Com 86 Vi ft E of NW Walnut and S of 9th St.

safeguarding the publlo Interest tine. In Temple. Bub Dlv.22 6 23 11 Unknown _________ II I Cor of Block 18 and run In NWVi --______________28 8 22 9. Matthews_
o NEW\ of fI4 of BOJ"L----U 6 22 10 Unknown ...______ 48 E on Call St 43 1-3 ft. 8 SVi of Lot 6, 6 and N 6 ft _____-__ ten
4;; 'create a sense of false security Supervision Beg .at NW Cor of SWVi of 62H! ft, W 43 1.8 ft, N of Lot 8 and oil Lot 7 ex
? ) should render bad banking BWVi and run 8 70 yd*. B I 63Vi ft to beg Original S 10 ft of Blk A N. J.
140 yda, N 70 yda. W 140 Town of Starke In NEVi Jones Addition to Starke
S Impossible, but It ha* failed to do so. to beg-8 A____-...-2 6 22 2 !Minnie Prlngle ______, 3.8 of BWVi__ _____._______28 6 12 Unknown -____.___ 20.01 W of Walnut St In SEVi

'There was supervision by presum- NW4e\ of HWV4 and WVi of W 81 ft of Lot 2, 4 of of NWVi -------_-_______28 6 22 J. F. Klckllter__________
the BWVi of SWVi ex 2 A In Block 19 Original Townof 8 10 ft of Lot 7 and all Lot 6051
ably highest of bank
type supervisor NW far _______ -22 6 22 68 !Mrs. Lou,.. Williams._ 32.9 Stark. In NEVi of 8 ex N 6 ft and all Lot. 9,
: : In every one of the Instance WVi"of NBVi of 8W14-o4. SWVi .___ ___________-28 6 23EVi Bradford County. Bank. 225.79 10 of Blk A N. J. Jones.
P' ot questionable banking that baa MW\4\ ______ ___11 6 22 5 Elisabeth Clark ___-_ I.I of Lot. 2. 4 of Block Addition to Starke W of
NV4 nf- BE"i" of sfWVi ofBWW 19 Original Town of Walnut St In BEV4 of
,,4 'hocked the attention of the country ex W IVi lv.8An\ S 23 4 Unknown __-_._.____ 82 Starke In NEVi! of SWVi--28 6 22 J. W. Morgan_?______ 10.80 NWVi! ------ 28 8 22 B. S. Matthew.. _
.__ ._
4, during the past three years. Therefore RK'/i of NEVi of BBVi------22BVi 6 23 10 Unknown __...___.__...... .14: S 24Vi\! ft of Lot 4 and N 10 Lots 1. 2. 8. 4. 5.6of11kB &1,71
: ofSEytofSWy.ex6A: \ ft of "WVi, of Lot 6 of N. J. :Jones Addition I to
i; a thorough strengthening off SW ( or_____________28 d 33 1F11a Parker___________ '.89 Block 20 Original Townof Starke W of Walnut St
.supervision la clearly. called for if 8w"vi of BRl of RFJf. ------23WVi 8 23 10 Mr.. O. M. Inman...____ '.8 Btark In NEVi of In SEVi of NWVi' ________28 6 22 J. M. Alvares: ________ (114'SEVi
the of NBVi: of NBVi ex; NIIA SWVi _____ _____ ______28 8 23 W. E. Mlddleton_?___ ".54 WVi of Lot 2 of Blk 1 Temple -,
people are to rely on It for the ( and M) 80 ft________-22NW 6 22 18 Mrs. Harriett 0 Cooper. E.13 An undivided Vi Int In a lot Addition to Starke
l >protection of their Interests. 4 cf NWVi of 8FJ% and I com 22 ft 2 1n B of NW in NEVi of NWVi\ and
.uuJlnt" aWU' of NI' \422 < 22 20 i"V-. _M n. Cooper! _______. 1011 Cor of Lot 2 of Rlnck 20 part of WVi of NEVi W
.. __
The Public's Pert S'; of -81 V. of -8E"- ofja4B on B a Id e # C a. d of T4v and KJK1 Cnr nf

t "Another essential factor In maintaining I % a 8 Mary F. Sllcox.------- 8.8 run 8 41 ft2'iD.ft"N: of NWVi_=__::.::__::28 6 22 McMillan & Hemingway98,11.
N "swvi"of"NnvT"of 41 ft to Call. St. thence Lot. 6. 7 of Blk 2 Temples
g good banks involves the part fWI4 __ .__ ___.. .. .___.21 'II 5 Ed William. .?------ lo.lt W to beg Original Townof Addition to Starke inNEVV -
played by the publlo in banking I >t NWVof Btarke In NBVi of of NWVi and part
There Is certainly %W!' .FV' BW of SWVi 28 6 22 n. A. Green______?__ 20.9 of WVi of NEVi W of Hy
a responsibility wrf8 NWy4 ______28 5 21 10 Mary F. Sllcox B 43 Block 31 Origlnal Town of and NE Cor of SEVi of ,
on the people themselves to support of Nig\ ______.. 6 23 20 Frank Stern -._._--_- S.81 Starka l and: % of SWVi 2,28 6 23 Chas. G. Woodbrditce?_. 115." NW"" ------____________28 6 22 Dan Boree __________ 2410
that type of banker whose rigid adherence EA A of NVi 4 of Lot. 1, 3 EVi of Lot. Lots t.I/ of Blk It u
w8 A of___ __ _...13 8 23 8 Mrs. Bertie Terrell----- 1.II 4 of Block 25/ OriginalTown Addition to Starke In
to sound principle makesa S a 9 A !triangle ba- of Starka In NEVi NBVi of NWVi! and part '

sound bank, rather than to give log all of 8V4 of BBVi of of BWVi -- --_--_-:'---28 6 22 Vida V. Morgan.:____ 81.23 of W14 of NEVi W of Ry
t their patronage to the S SWV N of road _-_ ____23 8 22 3 J. j. Sllcox--------- .....n. W}, of Lot 4 of Block 26 'W.r Cur of SEVi of
4.I easy going All WVi of NISVi of SBVi S original Town of Starke y 28 6 23
--- -- C. A Futch_________ IK
< banker who may be easier to do of road ____--______-_23 8 23 0 Bradford County Bank- 8.13 In NBVi of SWVi------,** 6 22 C.SItru Futch and Joe Lot 1, 2 of Blk 14 Temple*
r' business with, but whose methods N ZJ A and H 600 ft of theN __. __ ? 3.85 Addition tn Btarke In
16 A of BWVi\ of SWVi Lot. 7, 8 of Block 28 Original NEVi of NWVi and part
create a weak bank. N of public rood-__--.--** 6 23 28 Unknown __---------- 23.50 Town nf Starka In of WVj of NEVi\ W of Ry
"Bank customers are charged with Portion of pith of NBVi, of NEVi of SWVi------__-28 6 23 Mr. Laura Hemingway. 82.22 andNB Cur of 8Eyof
SKVi! lying 8 of Starke: Block 29 a. extended on NW'6 23 M. Ehoden Admr,_. ___ 2410
,a great responsibility In protecting and Mlddl.burg publlo En Hey May. ex 8 100 ft Lot 6, 7 of Dlk 15 TemplesAddition ?
? itb* safety of their banks in respect road-1871 A ________28 8 22 11 Bradford County Bank 8.73 and ex E 80 ft Original' to Starke In
i NF.". of NE'4' ____ __-__U 8 23 40 Iluby A. Hayes-_----- 13.80 Starke In NEVi NBVi of NWVi and part
Ito their utilization of the
4 assets of NWVi\ of NBV4 and all WV4 ;;f' Rrt --______..___:',--28 6 II Mrs J. W Andrews __ 15.18. of WVi of NBV4\ W of Ry
'r FI the banks as borrowers. Bank have of BWVi' of NIO"4 and all- S 100 ft of Block 29 a. extended and NE Cur of SEVi of
BV+A of BEVi of NWVi N of on Knsey Map NWVi 28 6 22 ___ W
a+ failed because many of their loans --- ---- --- -- Futch &: Slstrunk _
public road and NV4 of Original Town of Starke Lot. 13, 14 of Blk 16 Tern-

and securities, created In good faith IIF.4: ot \ 8 23 78 Unknown ..-------- 27.84 In NBVi: of SWVi---____ 28 6 II Unknown _____________ '..14 plea Addition to StarkeIn
by banker in cooperating with the w 18 A rNVf-or-ss-u" WVi of Blk 80 aa extendedon NEVi of NWVi, and
and N 6 o Enaay. map ax S 105 part of WVi of NEVi\ W
4 business Interests of the country 8WV of SBVi N of pe.k' ft Orl..lnal-Town of -- ----- of Ry and NE Cor of

1 proved unsound under subsequent road __ -------- .__:1r 8 22 21 Mrs. Bertha Wlnchell.- 10.71 Starke In NBVi\ of SWVi! __28 5 U Mrs E. F. Johns_______ ".14 SEVi of NWVi_ ______28 6 22 T. J. Alderman________ 21 90
5 i conditions. An unsound loan Is created E U A-of NWI,4, of SEI,4 Lot. 7, 8. 8 of Block S3: J. Blk 21 ex Kracl Lot 9 andN
and 8 A In NB Cor ofBWVi M. Johns Addition To 80 ft of Lot 10 Temple
y d by the borrower as well as the of BEVi being .80 Starke In SEA\ of SW'4..28 6 II J. W. Morgan______ 17.26 Addition to Starke In
banker A bank I I. only as sound as yd. 'N' and 8 by 380! yd.B Lot. 2. 4, 6, 8 of Block 83 NBVi of NWVi 'and partof
anil W..______-_______14EH 8 22 ao Blgrgs & Sternberg.14.88; J. M. John Addition to WVi of NB& W of Ry
Its community and this applies of SEVI of NWVi85 and Starke In SEVi of HWH S3 6 II-A. H. Johns______?___ 37.21 and NE Cor of SEVi of
also to the banking structure as a HW% of 8BV4 of 8 22 80 Wilson Sternberg10,11 Lot. 1. a. 5 and ITracI LotA NWVi _- --_-_____28 6 22 M. Rnoden. Admr.?____ 89.5'
VTU.'. of EVi of SBVi of n, C, D of Block 86J Lot 7 of Blk 23 Temples
r whole In relation to the economic SWV4 __n__ ____________27 8 22 10 Mr.. A. F. King,------ 8.13 M .John. Addition to Addition tn Starke In
ry .condition of the nation as a whole. E 8 A of NWi/l of NEVi 8 Btarke In SEVi of SWVi--23 6 II A. H. Johns____?___ 18.20 NBVi of NWVi and part
of public road. _...___--37 8 22 8 Mr. a. M. Inman___- 8.99 Lot 6 ex N 20 ft and all of WVi of NEVi W of Ry
!: A S.mi-Publie Institution"A 8W 44 of BEVi lean 2 A In Lot. .. 7, 8 of Block 87J and NE Cor of 8E%. of

bank I II truly a seoil-publlo Institution NW Cor and 8 A In NWJ7 M. John. Addition to NWVi\ ___ --______-___28 8 22 C. A. Futch.__________ 111
Cor .___ _.."_____ ____ 8 22 85 Ben Johnson _________ 17.26 Btark In BBV4 of SWVi--28 6 II A. H. Johns________ 6.72 Lots. 1, 2, 3 of Blk 27 Tem-
,. but In a reciprocal sense- 8'1., of BWV1 1x414 NE' and Lot 40. 41. 41. 44, 45, 49. Addition to Starke
_' +' It ha its obligations to the public, HW4cx: \ and NEJ'4ot I 60. 51 ;.J2 other land S Rlea '4 of NWVi and part
fn W6Aandex\ of John Add In BBVi\ of of W' of NBVi W of Ry
but so ha the public equal obligations a A for road____..______.f? 6 22 92 U. A. Prevatt.____? 4624 SWVi J. M. John Addition and NE Cor of SEVi. of

., to the bank. No one who has W 8 A fit NEyJO ot 6 22 5 A. E. Wall _________ 14.14 to Starke In SEVi of NWVi --- ____. ,,__ __. ____28 8 23 Mrs Front Dowllng I ___ I'1
+ pot sound banking principles at NW'4 of SW'AI of SWit---17 6 22 10 Kit Williams ____?_ ..... BWVi\ --__--__282V&A 6 22 A. H. Johns.._________ 3811 Lots 8, 9. 10 of Blk 27 Tem.plea -
10 A nn tI side ot :B- of Ry In SW Cor of Addition to Starke
teart has any business In a bank 6 23 10 Florence C. Flynn ___ 10.11
NW'4 u ------------ BEVi of bounded N In NBVi of NWVi and part
is; yðer as banker or customer BegA of NEW\ of NW'4---2' 22 13 J. J. Keller.._________ ',07 by John Add, W by Ry of Wii of NBVi W of Ry
s ft W of NB Cor ofHHVi and NB! Cor
I 8 by Sec line also. Lot 9, of SEVi of
"The banker I I. a semi-public sere I of NEVi' and run W 10 of Blk 47 J M. John. NWVi --- _____________28 6 22 Dr. E. L. Biggs---- II
ant. He 1 I. charged with the heaviest 86114. ft. S 105 ft, B S51Vi Addition to Starka In Lot 11 of Blk 34 Peeks. Ad-

rA of responsibilities and obligations << I ft, N 105 ft to beg------.38 8 33 Starling McCoy ____-_ 13.82 Say of 8WVI! ____________28 8 33 J. O. Boyd: ________.___ 21.34 dltlon to Btarka N of 9th
Com 108 ft S of NH Cor of Lot f, 2, 3 and SV4 of Lot I St In NWVi of NWVi----28 6 22 VIdaV Morgan______-_ 110
that occur In our economic life. 8RVI of NEW' and run W 4 of Block 4. Livingston. Lots. 13, 14 of Blk 85 Peeks
meet these fully only 4il ft. 8 105 ft, B 420 ft, Truby Co. Addition to Addition tn Starka N of
S But be can N 105 ft to beg- ____" 8 22 1 J. J. Keller_________ 7.69 Starke In W4,(, of NB4__28 8 22 Unknown .__?.__._ 18.83 9th St, In NWVi of NWVi-28 6 22 Futch ft KlckllterH. ___-- UI
as through the cooperation) of good B 100 ftoiN145ftofWy4of Lot. 1, 2, 3, 4. 6 of Block B LotsI,2,3,4,5,6ofBlk36
1 laws, good public officials who are NWVi of SEVi of NE14-38\ 6 22 Josephine Glover..___ 7." Livingston, Truby .A Co' Peek Addition to Starka
1t Com 200 ft W of NB 'or of Addition to Btark In N ot 9th St In NWVi of

r empowered to exercise authorityover WVi of NWVi! of BEVi of Wi* of NBV4____________28 8 23 W. T. Smith..______ 10.71 NWVi ---__ ____:___28' 28 A. Bl.hop_______ 1111
his bank and good business NBU! and run 8 845 ft W Lot 7 of Block I Living ,-." Lot 18, 14 of Blk B Risings
109 ft. N 345 ft, B 106 "MCom ton, Truby" Co'. Addition Addition to Btarka i
of business
the men
-methods on part to beg 6 22 Qen.va Towns ___?_ '.0' to Btark In W'. of S of 9th St In NWVi of

generally who utilize his bank. Only at lntarpeotionof 8th .. .... __ NBVi" ___ _____________28 8 33 Livingston Truby Co.. S.60 NWVi! ----- ___-___88 6 22 !'>Ira. Nina R. Blehop-. U
through, such cooperation by all elements and Lake St. on W W aid* M Lot 4, 5. 8. 7. 8, 9. 10. 11 Lot 6, 7. 8 of Blk C Rising
of Lake St and run on ? 18, IS, 14 of Block 10 Livingston : Addition to Btarka
t 4 In our nation' communitylife B aid. of 8th Bt 75 18'1 ft Truby A Co's- 8 of 9th St In NWVi ofNWVi

assured of failure thane Southeasterly ,\ __ ______ .___ 1,13
can we be a ''y" Addition to Stark In --- 28 8 22 Dr. P. A Brln.onJaa. __. -
rrlr ,
banking structure. ft to W side. of Lake Ht ft, .. ;t3f'{jy ,:"On' a .anav WVi of NE'4___,________28 8 33 Mrs. Lee Morgan.____ ".51 Lot 1, 2. 3, 4, 9, 10 11, 12 -
{ proof Thence Northerly 140 Lot t, 11 of Block 11 Livingston. of Blk 3 J. O Alvare. Ad-
5 "The Administration at Washington of baa in BWVi ofCome Truby A C..'* dition to Stark 8 of
____* __11 6 22 Qeo. C. White...___ 8.35 Addition to Btark. In Madison and W of Wal

a has taken hold of this problem 814 Cor ot 8W14 of WH! of NEVi\ _________._.28 6 23 J. Q, Boyd____ 1486Fenella nut ate -_______________38 6 22 Lamb ______. 11.10/
}with a firm grasp of essential and 8WV4\ and run W 795 ft, Lot O and S 40 ft of Lot 1 Lots 6, 6, 7. 8 of Blk 8 J.
Is exercising splendid leadership tojward N 8il ft, NB 808 ft. I< a.t- of Block 14. Bounded Sby O Alvares 1 Addition to
erly 208 ft, thence B 174 J. O. Turner land Llv. Starke 8 of Madison and
the desired end. The strong- ft. 8 903 ft to bag, also Ingston. Truby A Co' W of Walnut St._______28 8 12 Mrs L. V. Cowling-- Ill 10
,f !lest feature of the government pro certain land. S of Mr. .. Addition to Stark. In Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, .10lls.lrl
H. Sparkman and W of WVi of NBVi\ _________23 6 23 A Louli. '. of Blk 4 J. a. .
7 gram will be found In recognising Ry In SEVi of 8WM-\ __.-38 8 23 10 Mrs. E. F. John..__ 47.44 Snyder 14.73 Addition to Stark S of
the joint responsibility of the pub- Lot n and fracl part of Lot Lot 12 of Block 16 Living" -- -- Madison. and W of Wal.

l; lie of business and of government 8 of Block 1 being S3 Mi ttNandSbyliOflEand- .ton. Truby .A Co'. Addition nut St. .__-----____28 8 23 Ja*. .Lamb __--_-..-__ .. 10.1
'. to Starke In WVi of Lot S of Blk 1 Wynn Ad-

officials together with the bankers W, Also com at NW Cor :, of NBVi -__-_-____28 8 22 R. J. Davl....__ 15.06 dltlon to Starke In NW4!
M r themselves In creating the kind of or land owned by J. O. Lot. 8. 9. 10- 11 of Block 17Livingston ot SW% --_----________!8 8 23 Olll. Ua..r ____ 11.1.
Turner on Cherry 81 and Truby Co' Lot. 8, 9, lOot Blk 1
tanking the nation should have. run N on said St 63Vi, ft Addition to Stark. In Wynna Addition to Starke

TVe fundamental needs of bankIng E 210 ft to Church St Bon WVi of NEVi\ ____________28 8 33 R. F. Demore.t.__ 7.59 In NWVi of SWVi______28 6 22 R. F. Demorest.---- U.
U Church St 63Vi\ ft W Lot. 4, 8 of Block' 18 Livingston. Lot A. B, C of Blk 1
reform are fewer bank, more 210 ft to beg Original Truby A Co'e Wynn. Stark
adequately capitalized better supervised Town of Stark In NE*. Addition to Starke in In 'Additiony.y.to 8 22 __ Ill
sp and better managed standard of IIW" _____ _,.".,, 8 22 J. O. Turner__....____ ..... WVi of NEVi__________38 6 13 J. O. Bojd_____ 15.06 EY.. f.l$ IJ'3 0! BIkf8 Boyd Hollowa
r t Lot 2, 4. 6 of Block 3 aa Lot 8, 9, lOot Block 18 a Wynn. Addition to
isation of laws and methods greater extended, on Bnaeye Map Livingston, Truby A Co' Starke i In NWV of BWVi-28! 8 22 R. Oreen--. 210
''k ''and Intelligent cooperation between Orlglna-l '. Addition to Stark. In WI4 of Lots 1, ST; 8 of Blk:
more -_-38NVb 8 22 Chas. Crutchtleld_.:-= 19.44 WVi of NEW ___ 38 8 II-D. L. Sllcox.____ 11." Seta Wynns Addition to
"I government and banking better of Block 6Uj Original Lots I. 8. 3 of lock 19 LlvInaalon In NWH of SWVi-38\ 6 11 R. A. Oreen---- 11.1
understanding by the public of Town. of Starke In NBVi Truby A Co' Lot 4 and N14 of Fracl Lot
of SWVI __-____________88 6 II-H. A. Bl.hop.___ 7.92 Addition to Btarke In B of Blk 3 Wynn. Addition .
its joint responsibility In maintaining Lot 6 8 of Block 6 Orl.lnIFJJontlWf4 WVi of NEVi-______.__38 8 33 Hat Wllllam.___ 11." to44Starke In NW\4\ I
1 banking solvency and efficiency al Btark In Lot. 11. U, 14 of Block !* ot ______ 6 22 Mrs. Marl Lasone__ it
} should ; \ ________-_33 8 22 Florence Flynn ----U.U Ltvlng.ton Truby A Co'* S Vi of r.at Lot E and -
t these primary principles E 81 ft. 11 In. of Lot 6, S Addition to Btark In Fracl Lot F of Blk 1

{ t be the foundation of our banking of Block 15 Original WV\ o of NB<4______ ___28 8 11 O. W. .. O. C. Wblte__ I.U Wynn Add to Btark In 1f
U t of the future. For such a Town. ot Stark In NEVi Lot. 11 1!. 13. 14 of Block NWVi of SWVi__________28 8 22 R. F. Demorett... -.
system of HWH _________-_____38 8 22 A. H. John._.___ 33.53 27 Livingston Truby A Dlk 3, Bowling Sub Division
system no guaranty of deposit Com 4O ft B of 8W cur of Co' Addition to Stark. In NWVi of BWVi *

would be necessary. and the depositors Block IS and run N 108 In WVi of NEVI________23 8 11 .Ira. J. W. Andrews_ '.17 and SWVi of NWVi____--28 6 22 E. J. Do"lInc- 11
ft. B 38 ft 1 In, S 106 ft Lot 5, *. 7, 8. 9. 10 of Block Lot 1 of Blk 1 City Park
1 nU would be fully projected. to Call Bt, thence W to 31 Livingston., Truby A Sub Division W and C'*
b.g Original. I . Co' Addition to Btark Addition to Btark. In 4.9
.SFr Btark In NBVi fSWMf55_ 8 23 n. A. Or en.____ 44.34 In W* of NBVi______?28 8 11 Frank Morgan 8W'4 of 8KVi______.-M 8 22 Mra..,J. W. Andrews.-
4 7, Colrabra University Portugal la B 28 ft 8 In 8llIlntl'1r: 8 of Lot 1. 2, 3 of Block 1 Livingston -- 5,43 Lot 4. of Elk 6 City Park

r ODe the oldest of aU seats of leaning : Block 14 Truby. .A Co' Sub Division W and Cs
r of Stark. In NEV of ,..... Diy ot NE\4\ ot Addition to Stark In Ii

ISW14 ___ ____28 8 23 Chas a Woodbrlde-ew. 68.6 NEIL: _II 6 11 ADnle WillIam8 ___ 111.0' SWVi of SEy4-----21 6 21 Mrs. J. W. Andrews
Beg at
a stake on E aideI


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iSPaS MYSTERYOF Oenrrlptloa See. T R A. axe Taxes r,
of Walnut Owner Vomt Ursprlptlosi II.... T R A Owner .R Uoet. Desrrlptloa S... T n A Owner .. ( .... Y + T'
St and run E
210 ft, 8 105 ft, W 310 One lot of land 148 ft *q NU of NWVi *x 13 A In 8E '

BANK BUSINESS ft to Walnut St, N on In 812 Cor of NW",. of Cor .-. 21 'I S3 68)SO) rn... Ivey Pollard .. 20." h s
said St lot ft to beg In SKVi;: 32 I II Oreen Hamilton __.u__ 2.3C 0 I W Btarke --- -.---------___28 ( 23 Vlda V. 1 A In SW Con" rj. (11 ot B10 V, of NKi and NBVi; of ,
One lot In Starke bounded Morgan.__ ".as Co"W': 44 of SKVi .__. BW3:1: 8 S3 1 Ed J. .Iuhn.on--- 2.8 KBVi -- : --_ 37 1 80 Unknown .._________. ._ 3333
CountrY Banker Explains to N by O. J. (Orlffln/ H by 460 ft N from NWV. of 8B-4 of NEVi ___--28NK 7 :33 10 Mill Jones _____hd._ 4.13 1
How BanldngCooperates hutrp land, W by Wai- Cor of NWVi of 8BV4< and '<4 of NW(4(, .- .__--- 88 7 :23 40 J. C. Lee________________ 18.70 gAll
Neighbors B by Hy A___38 8 33 Mrs. Eva Kllllan run 880 ft, for a {pi NW SWV4 S' of Uy ',
With OtherBUllnel. The S 250 ft of the follow ____ U.U of b."i thence run M 70 -18 Nand NV4 of 8WVnf i I

ing described piece ofproperty ft, I 10 ft. W 110t 8WU\ h-- __________38 7 S3 88 T. J. & Lucinda Perry___ 18.31 ; '
to-wltt: Beg at thence N about 35 ft to NWVi of NWVi\ ex 5 A In I { ;
the HW Cor c of land sold road thence along IS side MU' ; Cor and H A In NW I

S COUNTRY banker ree.nt1pr.pared J to, Tempts Mrs. T. :and T. Long run 'by B r. Lots of road 4. 6. to 8 tf5bt1\ ,;..i.S3B 8 S3 Bell liege .____.__-__ II." Cor of u_NRVt_\___and_____16___A_....39SWVi 7 22 33 C. Van Aletlne---______ 17.61 !; !
the following slmnliUtemant degrees 8 41 ft, thence City W of Ry In tlliI of W *ld* of SEV4: of NKVI
for Ms neighbor oa 8 14 degrees W 839 ft, ---------$1.;: 8 S3 John Lewis -_____ 2(3 and 6 A N of Ky In NW '
Lots ( 7 of Blk 5 Lincoln
thence W 14 1
degrees 8 83 Cor of NEi of SEW and + !
bow I bank goes about helping ft, thence N 14 degrees City W of By In 8t! of In NID Cor of NW4 of i 11

jilt them i : E S39* t ft) ,41 thence ft to E buIn 14 de.gree Lots Xr' ofVlk T Lincoln 88 8 S3 Ed J. Johnson...__ ISO BID\4\ -__ ----___________99 7 S3 10 T. J, Alderman....____ 19.74 I

ii the most Important part of5ksok's [ e 88 8 M Bradford City W of Br In sv, of W109 of SID'4 of BW'4 or
It business to lead mODe,.. Of 3 A in SWVt. Bo---------------dN by County Dank. 17.64 8E'4 _____________3:1: 3 22 Ed J, Johnson...__._ 10.41 8L5.--!:\ -__ ______ -I9 7' S3S3 8 n J. Port.________ '.10
by J. O. Alvare Addition Lot 1 of Blk'l Lincoln City NW VI of NE14-------------: 39 'I 40 W. O Seal.______ 18.tG l
!n the money deported in a bank E by Adam. St If extend W of Ry In 84 of SEVi._83 8 22 Ed J. Johnson..___ ''1." All ilk 1 In Wright Add ? I

$ l requires that a certain parr ed, 8 by Hy lands, W by Lots 1, a Llncoin 3 4, 5, (, 7, 8 ofBlk Lota1,3,8,4,6offlk3 to Hampton --.__.___ ..10 T 33 J. F. Johnson._____ 74.30 1
City W of
MBtags! >bl kept on band M A re4gtl Beg W.at M.NW Monden---Cor of SW%_ot-18 8 S3 Jaa. Lamb ____ T.ta Ry In Hlil of SBVi_______83 8 22 Mrs. J. W. Andrews__ '.18 In Wright Add to HampNV4 .

to meet the demands of d. 8WU and run E 484 ft Lots 4, 6, i of Elk 10 Lincoln ton 10 7 38 Willie William ____ 10.18 '
CityV of Ry In SVt of'slk"B"ln"irarnp"ron"80 1 IS Mr*. Ada Nlmmo._ 1
8 418 ft. W 484 ft N 41i ._ 31.10
It U the business of Its of SEVi --33 8 22 Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Lot. 3. 4 of Bik 11n/ C
poifor3. ft to beg-__________..___28 8 S3 Laura H. Monden___._ Blk 280 Hampton _.____ ______
ll.St Lot. _
to lend the balance .con.gratlveiy 334AInNWfSWVSof 1, 4; 5-----of 13 30 7 33 W. Q. Seal________ .....
dlcerl Madison Lincoln City W of Ry In SB"4" of NBVi" less Ry rightot .
and lafel,. U. Alvarea St known a* J. SH of SE\ ( 23 Mr*. J. W. Andrews.L80 way and lens 1 A N of
Res Blk In 5--------------$2
"The loam of a properly managed Starke Lots 3 6 of Ry and H of new public
*x I lot In NW W road ...._..........30NKU 7 22 '
made to those Cor sold to J. L. City of Ry In Slit of --- 37 Julia flattie Rebecca '
Invariably Peek____28 8 !3
bisk are Com at 8H Cor of Madison J. w. Andrews, Jr.__ 85.20 8$1 ( 22 Julia Albert _______._ 7.39 Maxwell __._ 1391 1
II tellers are able to repay and and Bay St Lots 1, 1. 8, 4-7 of Blk 14 of BBS and NV4 of ----

dwvi on condition time.Tbe that they be reM N on 183 Bay ft St to 184*Madison ft. B run 80 St ft 8., 8 Lincoln>* of SJo City'4__W___of___Ry-In 33 8 22 Mrs J. W. Andrews.1.$0 SBVi\NBVi of -SKVi---___and____SWVi_____SO 7 23 .100 Ida D. Maxwell...,.....___ 30.47 i tCoco I I
*t a itlpulated Lot 5 of Elk 15 Lincoln t.- 7Vi ft N of SW Cor
thence W on Madison St W ot Willie King _____ of NKVi\, of NEVi and
Ry In of HJo1I 32 run
of an individual to SH ( 1.08
promise 64 ft to beg____________S3 8 B260ft.N19T1ft. W ,
J. H. N"1or of NW 8 ,
& NWVi\ %
Com Eva r Lord_._ 31.88 ex
tytf a loan to a bank on a certain at SW Cor of Madisonand A on Wend and Vi Avault StO ft, 8 197Vi ft to b"W80 7 22 Oussle Durden & J. H. +
inviolable Bander 8ts and run lot _ 33 g II 12 btre. B. F. Johns.fl ._____. 13.28
sacredly a. ,
jits Is u S -- -- -- ... ..__. 15 IS :
ft W ?
S36V& 203
ft N PaSaxton
Com at NW Cor of NWU 8V4 of 8WVi of SWVi______80 7 22 SO .._______ 958, ; '
bank to Its depositors 2.18 ft to
of a repay Stthence All that
promise :::dOt of NWV. and run'B' 528 certain piece of 1
demand or, in the case E 1 on 201 ft S 105 ft, W 535 ft, N land lying between '1. 8. ,
ft to beg___________.__28 I 2 Ruby A. .Hayes.. F Ity and f
J. W. Hayes .___.__ 106 ft to beg-IMi A__ __83 12 ____ 2.80 SAL Ity In ; ,
ot a certificate of deposit, on the Two lot. fronting 100 ft on ? 8065t Eight A I In NW date It tolls due. When it come to Madison St and run N 100 of NWC .__..38FH4 6 tsS3 8 J. O Boyd_.- : ...? 4.82 Lot 1 of WVi of NWV,_____81 7 S3 10 Hester Adams _._____ 4.74
of individual that be ft Bounded S by Madison of 8W''. of SWVi _______88 I 20 Charlotte B, Herri__ 1.7>> NWVi\ of HK\i and WVi\ of 1 '
known an 8t, E by Court St, N by Beg at NE Cor of NWVi, ofNE'4 RV""* of HBVi------_______ 7 22 (0 J R, Dover-_____ 19.14
'ilwayi pays,* his credit is estab- J. W. Andrews Jr. W by run 8 ( WVt of 8WV48W14 __________ 7 S3 80 r. n Dover------. 31.74IS
1IJbe4 and his bank la always glad land of Mrs. J. W. Andrews W 15 tNo the pt ::3bpt;, of NWU. ____________33 7 23 40 J. W. Watteron_.___ .10
In Cooksey Add thence W 807 ft, 8 141 2-3 N SIO ft of NBVi of SBVi__84 7 33 8 SB,
Trleet.. ...____ 4.7T '
needed to Starke ___.__________28 t
(10 extend him accommodation tt D.. W. E. Mlddleton__. B6.79 ft, :B 807 tt, N 141 3-3 ft SKVi of sJo 4------------ 23 40 W. n. Seal-_._.__ '.011 u'r2' k
Beg at NW Cor c of Madison to bag-1 A_______.__..33 ( 13 1 Mrs Hester L. Thamae8 -_ 11.81 Nh1V4 of BKC ex N 420 ft 34SWii 28 Unknown 8 BS I ,
and Court Sta and run Beg at NW Cor of SWVi\ of of NBVi.__..______-::84 In 40 Scott It. Swindell.10,71; : ,
'j, well managed bank never oapt- W 100 ft for Na pt of beg t1f NEVi and run 8 881V{, ft, Com at NW Cor of NBVi of 14 tt +y
wllGl Industries. That II, It doe thence run 6t, R 3811* ft, N 88154 ft, W361Vi SR5 yds, J
120 ft, 8 105 ft, E 120 ft ft to beg-----_-_--33 8 S3 Unknown ..-__..__ 380 K EillandyJn: 888 yds, 'I i ,
Us loans in fixed form
cot; place to the pt of beg In Townof 8 A In NW Cor of NEVi of W tilt yds to heir-20 A
bat t puts them where they.are to be Stark -_---_--_-----28 6 II Mrs. J. W. Andrews_ 47.14 SBVi being 417U ft U! and and SEVi of NEVi less 8 A ;
id for temporary requirement Beg at NW Cor of Bay and W by 40Va ft N and S t.. .. I in NIQ Cor and 8 A In 'S C
and Madison St* and run and 11 A In NB Cor of ... SW Cor--32 A._ _______88 7 23 ry
83 W. W.
Packman.___.. 81.88. I
|jul where they will be taken at N 105 ft, W 830 ft to < I
up NW 4 of SEVi:\ being H3I % Com 55 yds N of SB Con of ,
I time specined. Broadway St, 8 on said ft N and S by 467Ii ft on NKVi:% of NEVi\ and run W p
St 105 ft to Madison St. N side and 413 ft on 8 320 yds. N 110 yds, W;j 320 pl ,

How e Bank Lends thence B on said St 830 side to public road_--__- 83 6 si 17 Charles O. Woodbrldare.. 20.44 vda, fI 110 yds to beg.35 7 33 8 II. S. Roebuck.._______ B.T 4 r
ft to beg l In Starke--_---38 6 2J Mrs. Josephine Edwards. 47.14 NEVi\ of SEVi ex ( A In NW B'VVVt of NWU .,. Ry right + 4 I 4, 5
It is not the function of a bank One lot In Burke Bounded Cor also com at BB Cor ot way and,; ex 1 A for t y

become a partner in industries, E by Wm Edward. and of NWVi of Sly5 and run I school .. ____ ._ __ 85 7 S3 35 A. U Sullivan._____ 13.92 B
Bu 8 by C. A. Knight and N 402 ft W 627 ft, 8 491 SWVi of HBVi ex 5 A In BW r f,
nor could It be legitimately done Mrs Humphrey, W by ft. E 627 ft to beg-7 A Cur 1 A In NB Cor '

Hiltl the money of depositors. Its Broadway St and N by and N 10 A of 81214 ofNEy4 1, and 7 A dI I In HI3. Cor -__---85 7 S3 17 W. M. Phillip_____.__ 8.61 k l'7AIn8ECorof8Wy4of
HlMEi must be kept In 'liquid land of A. L. Alvare.2$ 6 22 W. M. Edward____.. 5.07 ___ ___n______ ___ -13 ( jj 52 A. II. Johns._______. 22.20 4
form. Beg at NE Cor of Call and Lot 2 of Blk 2 II"' J, M. BBVi _____ ___ __35EWi 7 S3 7 C. A. Young-blood.___ .18 i n !
-that Is,repayable In cash at stated Tllden Sts and run N 116 Johns Sub Dlv of NEVi\ I of BWVi of NBVi\ and 8A 1 1 '
Intervals ft for a pt of heg of NE'4 ________________83 8 22 1 Mr*. Fannie Stewart.. '.GS In HW Cor of BBVi: ofNEVi t i ''f r''
thence E opop' ft to Mr.Humphrey. Lots 3. 4 of Blk 5 In J M. ..__ __ __.85 1 S3 IS WC.. .. n.lir.i.. 11.94 l F t %
; ; ----- --------
A, bank must use the greatest lot, thence N Johns Sub Div of NE'4 of Beg ai a Pt on W side of

discrimination! In making loans. A 85 ft to land of Colley. NE'4 ___ _________ ______81 I U e A. II. John.__.______ 1.41 Hy right of way on Bed t ; p4
Thence W 100 ft to St, Beg at SW Cur ot RW'4 of line and run N on right: i+. J
stranger[ cannot expect accommoda thence S 75 ft to begIn NEy and run E 671% ftN800ft of way 70 yds. W 85 yds, +
don It Is customary for the borrower NWVi of BV/Vt__________28 6 II-D. F. Hall_-- 7.84 W 671ftSMoo ., 8 70 yds to said. Sea line, i I j
Lots 2, 8 of Blk 2 J. D. ----- ft to '___________ 8 U 11 B. n. .& Martha Bapp..._ 184 thence M to heg. -Vii A In I n
to make a statement of his Jones Add to Starke___.28 6 23 H. C. Hitch__._______ 27.67 SEV!\. of NW1.4 of NWtd ___84 8 II 10 A. E. Wall_________ 9:81: SbW! of SWVi ______ __85 7 22 C. A. Youngblood.3.a$
!lianclal affairs, which is kept in Com at SU Cor of Jackson 54AIn NE Cur 01 NW1.4nf All !! of rlWVi of 4 ; "P r s5 A
tie bank's records. It is a and Bay StH and run E] NWIIo ____--_-_-84 8 23 Edgar Davis ____.___ 1.12 ,.IJ' A In SB .r\and flUX
punish- 62V4\ ft. 8 106 ft. W 62'i SF.4 of NWI/I.of RE%. _____84 8 21 10 .1. O. John.un___-___._ e.85 In NW Cor and Com at '
ble offense to make a false statement ft. N 105 ft to beg; In NE'. BLY: ex Ii A InAL SW. Cot of SWVi\ of HWVi h' q "

for the purpose of borrowing Starke ___ _____________28 6 23 Dr. E. L. Blg-gs _.___ 858 Cnof r ___ ___.____. ___84 I II 811 Bradford County Bank_ 11..1 and run N 220 yds, 10 183yd ), e I
One lot In tare Bounded 5 A eq In 8E Cor of NI '.4 *. H 220 yds W 182 yd* I j '

(tend). B by Sanderson Lane, N of SE y. h--------- ___86 I U II S. n. Johns------------ I.U to beg :______ _____88 7 22 25 W. O. Soalii.._______ 1038 14
"Naturally, In their dealing with by Jackson St, W by Hoillngsworth 2Ain NW Coe of NW% SWV4" of NM"/ ______ ____88NKVi 7 210 10 L. Klnchen. _______ 10.71 I Zb
lie regular depositors of the Lot and Mrs of NEW 24 8 2t 2 A. E. 'yall______.___- I.RD of SWVi of NW>4 .--. 80 7 S3 10 W. U. Seal*.________ 8.1B .
bank Moore, S by Mrs. 111001"I In14 or NWV-------------86 6 21 eo Mamie Ueiger __________ 11.31 NKVj of NHL.). and N M, of I t
:'I* officers become well acquainted and Dr BlKg-s____ ______28 6 22 R. A. Oreen..._.._?____ 101.70 I NWV of sm"L and i'Ao! ofIn1.4 NWV of NICVi and all SVi #} p' ,
flta their characters and their Com at NE Cor of Hogan of NIiJ'4____. .____85 I U 80 htrs. Cora L. Narcroll'___ 19.03 of NWVi of NKVi\ W of i
resources Alley and Bay St. and ot Nit" .------------16 0 U 40 U. wIl1nllon: AIJt..____ that Ky and NVi, of 8WVi of ff' ; r4
and are thus in a position N 105 ft, E ft NWV ot NW/ __ 8 113 40 John O. GrageNEy4 ____
run 52H _------- --- ._._ 11." I 8 22 A.
(7 Z. Adkln
--- .._______ 11.'. +
62 ____________ 0 U 40 Unknown N\J'i of"SvV' '
tt determine how large a line of S 105 ft, W Mi ft to beg of % ____ 11.81NJ.fo W of"8WVi' of C S

credit each one Is entitled to. That In Starke h____-BoundedN _______28 6 22 n. A. Green_.._____ 13.87 of NWtl'or NEV.-----and 1 U 10 Unknown _______?__ 6,16Nl4 NKV! and SL/ of NWVi__ 2 8 S3 46 n. M. llersey.________ 13.70 { t i
One lot In Starke of : NWV4 NVi of NIC"/ of SWVi\ and
U one of tbe great advantages of by Jackson St W by W44 of NW n'1 _ 1 1 U 100 Unknown _______.__ 81.01 8B4! of NHVi of BWVi and '. ,
Wag a bank Sanderson Lane and 8 by Eu.. o SW'4 NWV.------ 1 28 20 1111'''. Leah SaPI'______ 8\1 ]K'4 of HKVi' of 8WV and !' ( I '

depositor. O. A. Andrews and Jef.fprson SW% of 51'4------------ II 1 al eo Unknown _.________ 11.81 Wft of HWVi ot 8I3'4' ____ :3 8 S3 70 Unknown __, ___ 20.77
| The man who knows how to get St and E by Blk Com At NW Cur ot N5'/4 of N',(, of NWM"\ W of Ry et: ? i h t} '

110 dent wisely, that is, who born 514 Original Town ______28 6 22 R. A. Green___.______ 3877 WI': and run 2'g 90 rd, 'f 1-3 A In NW Cor and ex 5 {5 r 'l ,,5 ,
All those certain pieces of S rds, 1v fds, xi' Hy right. of way__-._____ 2 8 23 75 W. O. Scale. __ ..__ 16.18 '
money with which to make land described In three : (' t, 10 rds tn bl'-5 A ._____ I 1 II I C. OUsllon _____.___ 1.07 Beg" at Vi, Neo line or Vi "' 4 I r
more money through legitimate enirprlie certain deeds from Chas. N 8 A of NE'4 of NE\4\ of Mlle post on N line of Sea { '; "
Is the K. Pace to A. L. Alvares NEy .__ __ ________ ____ .1 1 III a fre. J. E. Coleman__ ..45 2 and run 8 90 degrees ", af' I Y
borrower whom the dated Jan 28, 1909 recorded N 26 A of NW14 of SWV K 118: ft fur a starting l>t, jib '; I ; r1
ink !Is looking for. By the frank .In :Book d of ex I A EJ or HJlI'hway__ 8 1 I' U henry Mitchell, 8r.__ 11.891 Bald pt being 60 ft from i t / '+
HlDlercnante of opinion and Deeds on pages 180 181. W% of NI'% of SW'4_____ a 1 III 10 I. A. O..hur__._______ 8.03 renter of Ry Irk thence SI ,
Bftuusalon a free 183, Publlo Record of N'AI of NEV4----_----- e 1 II 80 Mike Dew __________ 80.88 8 84Vi degrees, K parallel S '
of various projects, the Bradford County________28 6 S3 A. L. Alvares_.___.. 47.74 NE'4 of N1' of NW\4\ .__ 4 1 Z3 10 Ida Butler _____________ .,tD with Ity 60 ft, thence N r
(rower is often guided and helped One lot aJt.ids In Starke SW'4 of NEy------------ e 1 III eo Oeo. C. White 8c o. W BBH degrsos l 19 40 ft, 5 5 111 l i
tibia 262 ft N .: by :210 ft Alderman _______ 11.80NE'4 thence ;N 84 Vi degrees W
banker. E and W Bounded N by of NW'4 E at road exS 60 ft. thence 8 55Vi degrees r r 'l
'In order to procure a line otndlt St and E by Sandersonlane A In SI'J Cor and 'AI, A W 40 ft to beg In ,, I I I

< at a bank three ___________________28 I 23 J. W. Harrell.______ 20.85 In NE Cur and N44 of NWVi of NEVi__ _________ 2 8 13 B. C. Owsley.:::._______ 8.13 '
things are Com on 8 line c of Fullerland NWic of Beg at a pt on W aide of I' { I
of .xr9
Important: and run S 876 ft. W and NEV. 4i A Itr right of way on N line
"I A statement of assets showing 420 ft, N 875 ft back to In BF Cor and all W'4 of # of Sea 2 and run 8 on t i
i basis Fuller land, thence B to of 810% of :.rv N right( of way 96 yds, W .. 1 ?
of credit In the way of InStated beg also 1 lot 110 ft Nand branch and gNW4 85 yds, N 95 yds to said

capital, or collateral of sufHldent S by 210 ft B and WBounded FJ nt road ___ .__ I 7 U 13 A. H. .Iohn...__._._.___ 46,49 Neo line, thence 14 on said: ,,
value N by Ada Sau- NID'4 nf 8W% and all NW54of line 10 .....-% A In NJoJ'4 7 V
to cover amount of ers, B by Sanderson lane, 8E'4 vi nr Ry and allSW of NW'A 23 1 C. A. Toungblood.__._ ..11 y '
I Ian or S by Mary Jane Green 28. S3 A. L. Alvares..____._ 3094 \I, 0f1! a'1.- of fly NBVi of --""G-3 8 S3 40 W. O. Seals._______ 10.71 l yl
"t An endorser whose Lots 25; 26 28, 87, 88, 89. and N and all HW of NEVi of BBVi of +
credit i..ni
la 40 of K. N. Dow. 144 of SE'4 of 8W'4 N NWM _.- ?.___11 2 S3S3 S Ernest F. Oreen1.59 + '
utibllnued at the bank; and ling. Additions. to Starkein 01 branch .___ II 'I II RS H. 1. o..__.________ .171 Wwv. BV o8W34 of '
I '1 Average deposit of a sufIldent NE14\ of 8BV4_________29 6 S3 R. A. Thomas._____ '.84 W" ot SW\4' of SWY4--" 5 7 U 110 1011'11. S. W. Andrew._- '1'11 -- '-.- 11 I S Unknown ____ .89
Lots 29, 30 81. 18. 88, 84, 85, Beg 810 ft Ff nf.NW' enr 1 A si) lylner- parallel with I
amount to justify the exten- 86 of Blk a U. N. Dow NW'4 of NE4I'nd\ run 8 Ity right of way In NW r
lieu of tbe desired accommodation. llng-ft Addition to StarkeIn 810 ft. B420ft.N110ft. Cor of S'Xi of NWVi12 g 11 1 II. E & Shelly O. Moorer. 1.83 ,
NEV4 of SKVl______.._29 6 23 R. F. De merest.-.__ 769 W 420 ft to beg ___ II 'I ZI I Miles Robinson _.__?_ 1111 All 8WV4 of SWVi B of By"of 1-s ,
Blk 13 In Qaskln Add to S 6 A of E.of SW4\ of _-_ -_ u 8 IS 9 Unknown ________ 3.61
AS WILL ROGERS SEES IT Starke _____ ________.__29 6 S3 4 R. A. Qreen..______ 86.91 ----------5 7 II II R. S. lIumphre__.__ III III% s Will Rogers told Blk 1 In Oaskln Add to All oWY ot NWiZW NI{',t of NEVi\ ______.____._.13 12 80 U. II. Drake..__?____ 36.01 1 ,
taka recently why the Starke ___ _________.___29Blks 6 S3 4 Edward Burns ___._ C5." .road_ ________ I 7 II 1 0..0. C. Whit., AI't.___ 1.00 I WflllO ft of N 820 ft of
had got Into trouble. "Don't S, 7 In Oasklns Addto S'AJ of RE* of SE\4\ end 6 Ain NBVi of HWVi ex W 3 A m

|\I&melt all on the bankers. be said. Stark ___________ __29 6 S3 8 A. D. Coburn.6 .._-___ 3320 8JoJ Cor of SW'4 of (Luke) 18 1 11 S Lawrence Developing Co. 3.19
.__ ___ S 'I II III Mr.. S. W. All of NBVi. and
When Lot 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 of Blk sr-4 Andrews.86.99 SWVi S W. r p
we all needed money they 13 In Oasklns Add toStarke All Sy of 1'1" nf NEn544 \ of Hy-14 A_____________ISBV4 8 13 14 R. C. Ifelberger........._ 8.U
wed It to as-but when they need. -_----- _-- --_.--29 S3 2 Mrs Onle Freeman...._ 1041 ot NFJ\4\ W ot road___ 8 7 II 119 duo 0. White, Al't.__ n.n of SEVi\ of SEVi________13 8 33 SO Unknown ______-_____ 9.0J r 'v
I*It we couldn't Com at NE Cor of NRU of IIE'4 of NW\<; -- 6 7 .1 eo o. W. Alderman_____ 11.80 Lots 1.ioofnJ 7 and NViof F i 1
pay It back. HWU end run W 370 ft a A In NW or ,of..Et4'otd_,_( \I ..- 13 8 S3 20 N. T. Beabranoh.-___.._ .... I r '
for a pt of beg, thence S NEy4. of A5y4 TV... ...a 8 T 12 -"n..v. C. Wh Ike ..A..A..___ x.oo NVi of NWVi of smvi *x El
Advertising AidaBusiness 840! ft to Highway thence Lot 14 or NW\06\ of 8ID'4 of 8 A and ex Lake 10 A ..18 8 83 4 D. O. Stewart.__ I.'" 'J' j '1
W 850 ft to Qr Sea line NE'T 7 U 10 J Oscar O.terman ____ ..41 11 3-5 A In SB Cor nf BBVi ,
thence N 892 ft to landline Div Ii. I. 11.andlall Rub of NWVi and B (30 ft N f I '
Revival thence E! to begCo8m"atA8WCorofMadr.on"- .N9:1 NW34of of NEVi of W'4 I
9 Wilbur Holt.endorf. 16.36 NJoJ"" l 1" of roa'1--___ 7. 7 II U J. 7f. Truby____.___ 31.89 4ago96ft -- ___?______-.18 a S3 K Sidney II. Dodd.___ 17.99 5+ r
KEW NE'4' nf NWI/L and I'll,(, of 8 A In NW- Cor of HWVi\ 5
YORK.-Aggressive conK and Myrtle St* and runS NW'4 "nd NE\4\ nf 8W'4_ 7 7 II 180 .10. W. pr..vatt_____ (6.54 of NWVi ____________-.13 1 23 I.J. II. Lawrence23 .__._ 1." I I
are expanding business by on Myrtle St 420 ft, W aA In BE'orofE44of" \Vi A In REf Cor of that portion r
ecU.: .? advertising despite d. 210 ft, N 420 ft to Madison SW'4 nf NE\4.'\ ____ 7 1 U I Lacy Bitch _____.____ 13.01 of NBVi of BKJVi; ly i 's '
St, thence E on said N44 ot BE'A of NFJ\4\ ind' ing N of Ry being 98 ft I >'
K rfbaalne" condition, deW St 210 ft to beg In Oas tlW14 of Nro\4'\ and N'h of Nand B by 111feEand'l+ t
*. Diller advertising klns Add to Stark NW\4\ hf HE'.4 __ ____ 1 'I II 80 Unknown ___________ 34.34 W iinrsllef with Ry-- 13 8 Peter Qalne. _._____ 2.78 r j
K*el!, at a bankers' 8 A ____ .- __29 (23 3 C. S. HoltsendorL29.60. NJ.fo of NEV' of NE't._-_____ 9 'I 82 20 Frank A. 8..1'____ 9.58 BWVi of SKVi ex 8 A in SW I
conference Com 210 u ft W of BW Cor of SF.\4\ of NE"9\ 'I )23' 40 J. m. Buillvan______ 1893 Cur and ex N 11 A ._ ___.14 I u 31 Mr*. E. W. Peet. ___ 9.32 >r,
bete recently. Madison and Myrtle Sts HW'4 of NJoI,4__ _____d 9 7 II 40 .1. W. Andrews 8c Son_ 13.10 8 BW Cur of BWVi ot + I
1$1931 a good in and W 210 ft to West WI'! of RW\4 of NW'410 'I II 20 J. M. Dixon__-____ 1.01 An ..._ 14 8 II 8.1. II. IAwrenee.___._ 204 t
l4'ertls.'" year which to moreland run St, thence 8 on .. NWV ot NW'4.- _______10 7 82 40 Frank A. S..e.y__ 18.01 WVi! of BKVi) of NEVi _____S3 8 33 10 JW.. Jackson....._ '.18 i ,7t s !
11933/ Mr. Diller asked. .YII, said St 420 ft, E 210 ft. NW, nf 8Wy4,7 21 40 R. a. 8ulllvan___.____ 11.01NW'4 Beg at NB Cnr of BBV4\ of M I (
tea good of NE54: ____ ----10 'I 22 40 Unknown II.81 NBVi and run 8 450 ft.
Tear to stay In N 420 ft to beg and designated ----------- \ b'?
bn1n61t to reinforce on map of Qasklns SF-v. at SWI'ot NW _____11 'I U 10 Eugene Orlffls-______ 8.31 'I for a pt of beg, thence W 4,1,
*Ms7 the public' Add to Starke a* AW'4 ot 5W14 of NW _,,.11 'I II 10 Z. Z. Orlffle.-_ a 3i 1117 ft, 8 570 ft. B 1117 ft ri
I In YOU to put more bnsl- Clark 2 A Blk __29 (11 IB. C. IIolts.ndorf1,72 514( of NW\4\ of SWYN1014 _,.---11 'I U 20 Judge Knlft.n .___ '.18 to Sic line, thence N 570 15 K
tail On the book I. There II A of land bounded B ot 5E V----- ...______15 'I II eo Unknown ______ 11 31 ft te beg ----------2$ 8 22 {J John a drln r..T ---__ 10n
bellAu to be new 3 by 1-7 Blitch place 8 by Ry R'." of 85" .___ 18 'I II 10 W. O. Seals---___ 33.74 NEVi flf NEVi, of NEVi-T__-.. _34 8 33 10 Unknown ._.______ 4.45. 5 5 5 55 I'8Ey4 '
ilv> hw today and aggre. W by Westmoreland Stand RE'4 of SWV4--___ ____ ,16 'I II 40 Inca h'e" Pollard_...-._ 13.10 of NE% ex 4 A In NW
companies are getting it. But N by N line of BEVi N, of NFJ of NE'4.11 'I II 20 Mr.. Bertle Terrell.9 68 Cor and ex 7 1-3 A In BW .I,
Dullness will of 8EV1\ _____ ___ ___. -39 (11 IF. Wlnterling .. 1.6! RW'4 of BJo: __ ___11 7 U eo In.. Ivey Pollard__ 13.10 ('01', also 7 1-8 A In NB
I'10 come In only If 2 A In NEVi of SEVI bound .-- -... NW44 ot BW ofSW% and Cor of NB% of IIFJ'4U 3 It 36 Lillian Qongwr_....-. .13.31 +
out tor It. Advertising cer- ed E by Dowllngs Add to 'AJ A In 8 (""nr of NE% Beg at NW Cor of BWVI\ nfNWVI ;
fIIU1r goes out for It.read. B by St, W by of SW44 01 SW'4 II and Wnt and run 8 450 ft.
"WIU t l Starke Westmoreland, St and N ,," ,..t;' "" ditch ._ .._11 1 II 11 W.1.. Bu.....______ II." for a of beg thence ft "
people> ad- Qaskln Add to NE'4 of SEM ot SE'Y" ox' 1 570 t.Pk 903 ft to public ;j t ;R"

'W'J'etnente theee days! They will Starke by _. _____ -._-28V 3 S3 S J. O. Boyd-__ .07 A In RF Cnl' and B II A road, thenc Northwest a )
rwi lDythlng that A In SW- Cor of SEW ofBE'4 of NW!' of 8E\4\ of BIiI'4.1I T U 11 Z. n. Pr.vatt.--___ 10.18 up said road to a pt 670 ,
There Interests tbem.Plenty and W 3 A of SEVI Com at NW Cor of 8'Ao of ft a nf ur 80 line,
ara> of present-day of SiSt _______________39 8 S3 11 Mrs. V. Toreuelli.. 33.80 I, 510.. of 8E'4 an. run 8 thence W (84 ft In beg 34NWVi 8 22 10 John 8. Orln....___ 13.41
IIhlDenta for hUllnes. Instead ofbll'How About S A- of land being 110'1 ft for a pt of beg. \' of 8B4 of NWVi\ and t' +
|- N and 8 by 120 I th.n. FJ 814 ft 8 15 ft N SO t.of BWVi of SBVi 'I
"""' often should<1 newspaper 9e yd E*and W Bounded N I W ue ft..N 75 ft to b.11 T II Cecil n. Manlr.___._ 411 I of NWJ1- ...7.______28BWVI 8 22 10 Ruby A. Hay**___ 4,47 .
"m appear. would be net"Mk yds of Mrs. MoAr- Lot 11 of Elk: 18 In Hampton of BWVi_ ___25BWVi 1 11 40 Leigh M. Pearsall.18.01 ,
HOW by land A. M. DarbY. .___- -___1' 'I II J. 11'. .John.on...___ 7.80 of BE'2 ofNW4Q ex ?
often Is It wise these thor 8 by 1o1and _. 25 8 22 10 Ruby A. I
to T. J. Alderman and Lo 10, 'i N 20 ft Hayes.,,. 4.1T
-? neglect contactl with *"- W E by land of Mrs. Toru- Lots 1$. 14. 16, 15, 7, Beg at BW Cnr of NW44 ? t
cnuom.rl!' by SEVi of SEVi___39EVi ( 21 S C. A. Futch84 __._ (.(3 18. II of all 14 In Hampton and run B 1320 ft. N (50ft. +
.u'8I'Ullng ella In NEVi ex Lot. 1. 9. ._..___--___-1. T I' J. 11''. Johnson____ 1.0 for a pt of beg thence f",
Dtued men are belie 4 S, In 8E Cor andex Lot 1. 2i 3, 4, 8. 4, 'I.J.o 9, run H 1(0 ft. W 830 ft, B I
to cut down advertising; exI 8. 1, 5.A In BW Cor_____39 ( 22 Unknown U.UElil 10. 11. il. 13, 14 "? 25 150 ft. R 830 ft to heg15 8 23 1 Laura McLeod n. 3.33
-UMBB>. and of NEVi less N ft of fats; 18. 19, 20 31, 33 8'At nf NEW of NWV of :
I IIIete.J Too n" small newspaper S A of and NW'i less. W 3 Al; al.o ;:1n"( 23. 34. 25, 2('Jlv NW'A __ ____25 8 23 Walter Donley ___ 3.04 4 4 ;,,
: abort cop often degen- at NE Cor of 8W% C. .. Week Sub Com at NB' Cor"of NWVi\ of '
com a ft of BWVi of SBVi *x B 35 NWV and run 8 40 yds. r ( 4h
nt, still mw- reminder tk.t"M of NBVi and"N ro"ft B 05 61dft ft of Lot 1 ._ _-.19 7 23 J. F. John.on.___ 11." W 70' yds. ft 70 yds, W 238yds { 1
W 535 ft.
n earth C" dewm SO SI.,S3 ex W ;
also 1 A In 8W Lot 18. 19 H 40 yds. w 138 yds,
talk' to a man to m mere TOW to beg NEViof; \ 39 ( S3 13 Dr. W. E. Mlddletoo.. IS.96 35 ft In C..1. Week Sub' yds, E 440 yd* to 17
r01& 110'' and gC106 f ft of 'Lot 3 and-B DIY ___uti 7 22 B. J. Fort___ 4.11Unknown h.:50: ... -SS 8 22 10 J. W. Jackson.__ 4.11 f
1011 'goodbye' and you ", of Lot 4 In SH NVi of NE% and BWVi\ of of "RVi..snd\ BWVi\ and iz
hit let very far with him. Tke 784 of NBVi of NEVi less 3 A right of W'V4 r>f NW---\ 368Vi 8 23 300 Leigh M. Pearsall...... 116.01 ; { '
srusemenu i Cor NEy,89 (23 2 :Mamie John __ 13.18 way and 8Vi of N1044 of 8; tr0'1ofNE54exdA" J I o Os :'
lade the are those which i"l8 ft A of Lot 4 and all NWVi less 3 A In BB Cor.SON4 T II 185 Inca h.y Pollard-----_ 46.48 7n' NW Car also" 1 A la y
reUer.You can't get mncb W 8 side of NEVi ( of NE'4 of NWH\ ______SO 'I II ao Mr. Mamie lL Mead9.6$ BE! Cor of NWVi of NBV4-28 8 S3 SO Evallna Barton_____ 1.71 r I
a dlllce la small advertisement Lot NEW 5 \on-1V. A__ ___--29 (11 3 Mamie John. ? 1118 NEVi' of HWK _______30BVt 'I II to John Lontt...__ 15.18 lot t _________91 8 S3 34 Leigh M. Pear.alU 14.111 r
"Ipaper of of NFJ'4 of NEVi\ _-3BEVi ( ia 1 Mamie John _.__ 1.70 of NWVi\ of BWVi\ ______80BU 'I II ao Unknown ____ 11.81 Lot 1 .__________34 8 S3 37 Leigh M. Pearsall.__ II.IT
11 the r..., .advertising. can warm Lot ( of SWVi.__.6 JI: 88 L W. Andrew.__ 16(6 of BBVi of HEVi: _---30B T II ao .1. A. Klllebrew__ .... Lots 1. 3, :5, 4 _____.____35 3 32 161 Leigh M. Pearsall. 13.1'
....n thonrt he U notWOspecL" NB Cor of BWH of8F.4 13 1-3 A of SEVi of SWViex 18 A on B olds of Lot ( ,
-lenllle41ate A In B and W by 1-8 A la BE eo.20 'I 31 11 __ .. ._ 104 and all Lot 7, f--3$ 1 121 II. O. Alderman__ 38.18 1
310 and ft 8._ __ 39SWH ( S3 3 A. D. Coburn....-_ 11." WVi 'Of BEVi of 8E>4 ______20 7 II II Ira I.. Adarai.......... 9,5S Lot 4 -- 420 ft N NKVi and W!ofSL NVi of BWVi f BWVi ____.21 7 II 20 Ira L. Adam__ 1.11 and lot e ex K A on B '
Tbs NBVi" and N" IS A 8Y of HWVi of BWVi._81SWViofNWM 7 U 20 J. A. Klll.br.w7.51 aide and all Lot 3, A. 9. t i
genera of '
1'0lah! Koocizuzko: % Of 8B:<4 ---80 ( S3 72 Unknown: _?.. (599 .___.11' II eo It. 8. Humphrey_ 1t.0 12. 18; 14, 18-___8( 1 S3 403 Leigh M, P.anall111.11 '
prep American ', of NWVi gyj/, ___ 1| ( 23 30 Victoria :Mack: '..11I SKVi of HW J ._ .11 72 .eo. J. F. .Johnson.. ...,___ 11.13 10./li/ 3. 4, I. a or Frael
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of NWft Of BEVi 'I... Bee ..._ ___ 1 9 1.161 Leigh )SP.araalt104.6 t 4
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small firecracker from Christmas. ---
) Bradford County Telegraph He came out and exploded It, but \\:!

Maybe You'veHeard In the prevailing distilled and filtered IIIt5tiINti'IEM VI> ;

'; Established 1877 silence, It sounded as loud asa : 41.xaaDIrww : ,

.1i nm It But cannon cracker and the boy, I I''

.bJi8hed Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class frightened" ran home and hid under II I 11/
Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida the .))1
YOUR FOURTH AND MINE So there doesn't seem to be much ,

q E. L. Matthews_____-_________-___Editor and Owner Starke this year again assumed we can do about it, except to accept ,(

r' I the pall of rigor mortis that ha things.. they are, and console i

SUBSCRIPTION RATE been enveloping It for the past few ourselves with the thought that if J" rtt K 43 ?Dtf'Qrwz
on the Fourth of July. ButIt Fourths silent are at
years our are they
t t ,, 7 Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance haa not always been BO. Back In least safe and sane!: 7btVa OAAAO ANQA 78WTV

Advertising Rates on Application the days before hard roada had tbo a'Sa4a r rWe4V ,

been dreamed of, we find citizensot "r. .: TVL) lA Nt !
hl'' One good thing about a shower at a picnic-It washes our little town staying happilyat i >M JaF'ND MMYD! ,
home and cooking up a nice celebration Late
the ants
2" of their own Instead of wof cDs 41RCtfSJ'.1)YI ,
awn. w
o going looking in on some other

,, t The hurricane was reported out in the Gulf-which, in town's good time. I'p o l assij3 ." .
-o .I:
]' 1 our estimation is an ideal place for it.
For Instance in a Telegraph of By RUSSELL KAY
; ;r
o 1887 we see that; "The Methodistand -wry. florid turn AMOO.KOS

+, j If you have any old magazines around the house, they Baptist Sunday Schools have And now-theyre tellln the story titAa

t, ; it"I" would no doubt be appreciated at the C. C. C. Camp. decided to have a picnic on the about a young lady who stopped at
Fourth of July Messrs. Andrewsand
o- a filling station and asked the man
Alvarez have agreed to
;}, ; :"I The government has begun another fiscal year-let us out and bring back all who wish carry to if he could tell her where she could 7tom i A NA9 El
find a public telephone. He said, ,
hope that I it is not the beginning of another fitful one. go at 15c each. Tickets are for "Yes It's just around the corner." ; r h
sale at Morgan's! Bazaar and all
0ir She replied: "Never mind that old t4N "we
members of both Sunday Schools
ir A man wears a hat until it makes him bald then wears will be presented with a handsome Republican gag I'm in a hurry ... taw
AU of which leads up to the fact
" 1 it to hide the bald spot says the Inland Empire News. badge. that this country'haa already turned .
I, ar
:'. i o the corner and most of ushaven't ..
y'r>., I. In 1888 the celebration was even
The town of Clearwater took a step forward this Fourth more elaborate. The following account realized It yet
I been
hearin' about prices goin'up
I of July by refusing to issue licenses for sale of) fireworks.The written by "One Who Enjoyed and saw the ads warnin' me
July Fourth, 1888," might give '
o- I'd better buy now, but like a lot :

dumbest man is the one who wanted his money back you made some: Idea of the whoopee they of other dumb bunnies, I overlooked Au, ..
the change In administration
for a tire cover because it wore out after the first ten miles. "One of the most enjoyable picnics that took place some time back

I attended held at
ever waa
o and thought it was just a lot more
Sparkman's bridge near the elegant
Dollar wheat returned to the United States last week for residence of esteemed Republican propaganda.I .
I our have been
needin' a new set of
,the first time in three years. Let's hope it decides to takeoff friend, Mr. Wade Sparkman. On tires for my car for a month or so,

its hat and stay awhile. arriving at 'the place Indicated I but havln' an economy complex I
found over 400 of the neighboring
I 0e figured Id just run on the old ones
i citizens,, representing entire fami for
l another thousand miles or so
Add practical jokes gone wrong: A negro woman was lies. A platform had been erected and be that much ahead Jf

; drowned near Tampa last week in an attempt to rescue a boy and dancing had already begun So I've been bouncln' around on

I who pretended he was sinking. with music furnished by the Bals- A set of worn out bald-headed tires

1 r den brothers of Starke. and last week I was drlvin' in the .
i ..
o "After dinner Mr. N. C. Petit rain and alapped my breaks real .-.o.-.oi'U.: : .. -';;;:,' _.... ;; _

Times-Union says that the English language contains no heading quite a crowd of patriotic sudden to makerli"turn and I meant 7TNCK / NmJJ} wAS r ---

it' words to adequately describe a person who steals potted citizens, called upon Mr. S. F. Gar i was just too bad. ON 'nik'MX Po.t.lCE")RC G

''f ''i diner to read the Declaration of Those slick tires couldn't hold to POle JFB TARS: AND MAOFt4N 0 WAX. RAN I
from in cemeteries. TIMES'
plants graves X i, .0 I, 'tJ1{
Independence which after fewappropriate "
the road and I did the sweetest lit ONI!' AJIt.cu-S'r AND NEVCR
C.. 1 1VICTOIVE..s".AT 4 J Y&AK
o remarks as to why the tle OJJ
merry-go-round you ever saw SERVEO A t.lH"N'. ,
"Believe It or Not" Ripley tries to make Fourth of July Fourth of July was so memorablean The car turned clear around twice Can: you "Dig 'Em Up"? If so send them to us, I

d". event in our history :Mr. Gardiner I and then crashed Into a convenient "?fllf acceptably! we will publish
celebrators feel silly by telling them that the Declaration of did to a moat attentive audience I -- -with your name. i
i tree and in addition to acarln' myself 1 ---
Independence was adopted July 2. out of ten years' growth, I had -
Scott, Paul E. Canova, f, O. Hen.
0i "Then with a livelier step than tl shell out eight bucks for damagesto 'Schloss Eltz, about 20 miles from In way.
ever the merry belles tripped 'the I the car. II From Other Penss|I| blenz, Is one of the best pre In testimony whereof, I hercun.
i Credit John W. subscribe and
Flannagan Representative from Virginia my name ?auie th"[
l Ight fantastic toe' and all seemed But wait that's only part of the medieval castles in Europe. seal of said city to b* hereunto

with the statement that last year $1 out of every $3 earned bent on a pleasant time. The elegant 'r story. I got goin' again and made c.I... nK.1I this. 28th day of. 10 Jun., MIDDLETOV, A. P 1923.v. tll'l
i ; went to the support of the governments. breezes, only known In our I up my mind -would get some new WE NEED SO LITTLE

4 R o Florida climate wafted their gentle I tires just as soon as I got home We need so much in the flush of Starke, Via. July 1. 1933. Att..LCARL JOHN. City Clerk.
waves to us, whilst the large I But me and home were still a hundred Report of the Clerk of the Circuit I 830I4I11'POSITIVE : -! I
One firm sends out calendars showing the which live oaks furnished shade youth Court In and for Bradford County,
days on to the
miles from each other and I'llI When the heart is withlife's Florida, on account of taxel assess
i' the fish are supposed to bite but we wouldn't depend on it crowd." I be a son of a so'and so, if! I didn't rich tide; pulsing ed for the C. A.year KNIGHT, 1932. Tax Collector. BELIEF

too much-the fish might not have it. I blow out one of those fool tires before We long for beauty and love and County Proper
seen Lawtey seems to have gone off I'd gone another twenty-five To balance due June .____..$3,747.11 I FROMPILES
truth Hy amount collected_______ 664.30 ,
o with all honors for the Fourth in miles and darn'near turned over in With a hunger and thirst unsat To balance due June 80.____ 8,193.61

f Eight thousand cans of food have been preserved in 1800. This is what the Telegraphhad the ditch as a result. isfied. To i balance KlB-; due and June PorfTltnr!______ 1,148.19

Bradford County during the past few weeks. No excuse now to say about the celebration Then when {"went to buy my We toll for fame and we grasp at By amount collected----__ 331.68 AsoaIsinr meta pain .
there that year: tires I fpund out that while I'd To balance due June 80.____ 1,916.11 aasfeito
for many people to go hungry next winter. "The Fourth of power; County Hoad ad Bridge eootUoff eomfort--eJmotl iaetaatly.
i July was usheredIn been drlvin' they old ones to get Our souls are attuned in the MalnteBaaoo That I* tho relief ALI
o i at sunrise by the ringing of bells more mileage and save money the world's mad strife; To balance due Jun. !._____ 4.111.19 pile caterers obtain from 'MEMO

1 I William Lyon Phelps of Yale says the only war he ever and the booming of cannon. The price had advanced twenty percent All heaven and earth seem our To By balance amount due collected-------June 30.____ 166.lt 721.23 FREE. Wo support this .!*!*..
American flag was unfurled in the so altogether I guess my dumb rightful dower
F; L approved of was the Trojan war; it was fought over a woman breeze from the lofty staff of the economy complex cost me about, For we need so much in the rush To By balance amount due collected June ._________ 4,118.88 848.18 I, If you sure tertared by piles 7

and the men knew what they were fighting for Academy building. In short order fifteen dollars to say nothin' of of life! To balance due June-80?.._-_ 8,83..It hare .probably Do tried many lociUxenres.

qr'; o- all the youth In town were busy in the danger of drivln' those old To balance due County Jun.Poll!..____ 863.00 by' past dUappointment not Judge HEMO-FREI. Its actiw
various ways and all degrees of uproar tires We need so little when.- life Is done Ry amount collected---- 48.00 li
,1* positive, almost mirsculoDi.
i Our professional have received To balance due June 80.____
c pessimists set from cannon down to Chinese Here I'd risked my neck and had And the spirit soars from Its Total Sub-School llnc-lnr 805.00 sauce of itdiins;. .bleeding, .tnsl,

back. The first of July has come and gone the State has met crackers. Many enjoyed a picnicat two accidents, when If I'd gone on chrysallls; To balance due June !_..__ 7.4111.04 protruding, or Internal pi I...
Lake Kingsley, others a lawn ahead and bought the tires when I From, our careless By amount collected------- 1,310.73 Remember. how joyov life m
y its payroll and the tax expense fund is untouched. fingers one by To balance due June 30_____ 045.21 before
fete at the beautiful country residence needed 'em, all that could have one Total anb-Mrhonl oBnded violent pain stabbed jrw
l O To balance due June !.___._ Into dull misery. Regain for
of Mr. 4,149.81
o Sayles others took in been avoided and I would have gotten Drop the useless treasures we By amount collected-------- 836.00 price. .... ..ppl..... by ...ding fa
Why are we so eager for holidays, anyway? Christmas the excursion to Chattanooga my tires for twenty per cent I shall not miss. To balance due June 80-._., 8,514.61 and ..in. HEMO-FREE. If T"wieb

d, and Thanksgiving are usually accompanied by a stomachache while a great many assembled on leas than they cost me today The glitter of gold, the. hoarded To balance due Agrlrultoral Jun. !?____ 874.78 pay:: peatman upon dellraTSend
the spacious verandas and the And I understand that the price heap By amount collected______ 65.43 the eonpo today.. NOW
i A Kar ,and the Fourth of July by a painful sunburn.o shady lawns of the Burrin House Is goin' up again adore, so if you Of prizes and praises so hardlywon To. balance widow'due June Penaloa 30_____ 819.35 the .beet time. 4

1 aa spectators and participants In need any tires take my advice and To balance due June 1-,_ 874.79 HEMO LABORATORIES
the great tournament of the crack don't fool We will barter *them By amount collected--. 65.43 4S20 Weet Pioo Blvd.
Go ahead and all for a
Palatka Daily News says that people there are going to To balance due June 80_____ 119.lt Los Angeles Calif.
i croquet cranks of Bradford Coun get 'em now before you crack up dreamless sleep- Head.. and Bride Interest Enclosed i I. $1.00 for full ttube !*>
;, r have a hard time seeing prosperity turn the corner since the ty At 11 o'clock an intermissionwas on the road some place and before For we need so little when life is To. balance and Slaking Food of HEMO.FREE.

1 + city has become dark at night for economic reasons. ordered and the players proceeded another price advance makes 'em done. *'. By amount due collected--------June 1.,_118 1.91111.17, 98.41 Na.....____

to cater to the wants of the cost you ten of"twenty per cent -New York Sun. :TO',:balance' .14 Address '_...._._._
A. J.
Inner man, most of whom seem to more than you can get 'em for e THOMAS, Clerk City:: _.Stal" --
h' The Economic Conference was buzzing this week over crave something In the line of lemonade Home-making is more than the 1 I :I. W.NOTICR Of* ELECTION a -

Roosevelt's suggestion of a "managed currency." Wish he'd watermelon strawberry now.And another thing, don't be the business of housekeeping.I Mr, City of Starke.E. Mlddleton.Florida mayor by virtue of the of

tell us how to it would wine, or the fragrant Havana. kind of smart guy I was once and Thomas A. Edison. :authority vested In me by the law
manage ours so go a long ways. --1 do hereby call an election to be held
Other fluid extracts (herein nameless waste your hard earned dough on at the city hall In the aforesaid city
o ) were on hand as occasion de rebuilt or second-hand tires. Get a CLOSING OF MAILS by the elector qualified at the last r

In the Florida building at the World's Fair is a painting L manded. Of the elaborate dinner good standard make with a real Train Mall general August 1 city, 1933 election, for the on purpose Tuesday of.
nothing need be said. The broiled guarantee behind 'em and then South Closes determining" whether or not the said
showing Ponce de Leon St. youwon.t
landing near Augustine and
accepting 11 City of
-Parcel Post__ 9:00: a.m. Starke shall permit the
1 chicken, the rich the toothsome have to opera
soups ation
worry. of
i food from the natives. Wonder if it No. 107-Letters, Special motion picture show on
was cow peas sweet corn the mealy potatoes A good dependable set of tires is the Sabbath.
and chitterlings? the beautiful tomatoes the just about the finest kind of accident Delivery& Special Inspector of said election, F. A. "

o wholesome bread, etc., were all enjoyed Insurance we can have the Handling. 9:50 a.m. Count
North Renew
e' and the occasion was one of way we drive today. Even at present Health NOW.
The Lake claims -Parcel Post Cost
City Reporter that the greatest and
argument the estimable hostess' proudest tri prices, tires are cheaper than

i' against a man having two'wives is that he would not umphs.;' they will\ be again for a long long No. 108-Letters Letters, _Special______ 3:00: p.m. By PurificationAny i

have any place to hang his clothes. However many men with time, you can depend on that. The Delivery & Special physician will tell you that ./HiintANCl it the only eommodiT whys
which bt purchxxi
ani caner l
cost of labor : Is "Perfect
only one wife seem to have the same trouble. Maybe they are right when they material goin'up Handling.. 5:50: p.m. tern is Purification of tho fir* sk if needed mowDon't !
1 talk about "the good old days" for every day and that means that Starke and Bell Branch Nature's foundation, -o..

t o as we come down through the : commodity prices must advance Mall closes ____________ 7:00: a.m. :Perfect yourself Health.of chronla" Why not rid btfon yo wile nahtt for s f dna rt to Count break oat tnt" It I
Professor Alfred Joy astronomer at the Mt. Wilson observatory we find things 1 with 'em. This Is a mighty good Mall ailments that now t
years quieting down arrives________ 2:40: p.m. are undermining COM of inadequate uuunnct
a bit. In 1916 find time to figure out what you need ;your vitality! end. be pnpucdl I
we the Telegraph .
announces that the earth is whirling about the cen and Purify your entire system by tak
go buy It while the
buyin I Is
becoming slightly BUS SCHEDULITB lag
1/ ter of its star system at a rate of 9000 miles a minute. No cynical good.If ; a thorough course of Calotuba, Lit MHAROLD= trW p'.eertwonteaed I
about it all, and saying: "The i--once or twice a week for several "' ,,,. Mai .+f05.n'
wonder the old planet seems a trifle dizzy at times. Fourth of July just passed was like you ain't' thlnkln of jotnln' a North Bonud South Bound 'weeks- and see how Nature re .f _as woe

o all Fourths In Starke, for on that nudist colony It might be a good 4:18: A. M..____-_._ 9:34: A. M. wards you with health. -
i' day our citizens seem to think that Idea to lay in an extra pair of 1:69: P. M.____12:04: P. M. Calotab. pnrify the blood by ac I I C. WALIj '"

The Ocala Evening' Star thinks it funny that almost ,'there Is no place like home and pants aa well as socks, shirts shoes 4:09: P. M_,____ 6:19: P. M. tivating and the liverj 10 kidneys stomach INSURANCESTARKE.

every newspaper brags on the outstanding accomplishmentsof therefore go elsewhere to be enter and other harness for If you don't 9:19 P, M___-_ 2:04: A M.; packages.bowels.All dealers( etc and S3: ct.. FLORIDA
F tained. The town buy 'em now you'll sure pay plenty (Adv.) .
; [ 1 the local delegation in the Legislature while ) was as deserted
for 'em NOT1CK:
next faU and
So if
as an English village when a ceppe- (S... .. V. .
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> damning the Legislature as a whole-but we must protect fin hovers over it. Almost every you're wise you'll go buy-buy NOTICE U hereby given that the Wake BillWithout
right now. County Asms-or of Tax* for Bradford Up Your
( our home industries. store In town was closed Chief County: Florida, will meet with Liver
Kite saw an unmuzzled the Board of County Commissioner
stray dog
J Jpre
o IN MEMORY of Bradford County.
OF Florida In the
t and drew his gun to shoot him but office of the Clark of the Circuit (
President Roosevelt must be firm believer that thereia Calomel
a put his weapon back again. He Lonnie ad Charles Carter Court for Bradford County, Florida -
at Stark,
j at 10 o'clock A.
"no place like home. lie has served notice on the Federal would not commit the sacrilege of (By Friend) Monday, the 10th day of July, A.D.on ,

Home Loan Board to "shake a leg" and "get a move on" in putting disturbing the holy silence." After life's play Is ended, complaint.1931. for the and purpoa recel-lnir of testimony hearing r' 1 -- ,
After the curtain falls. aa to th' value of any property real l'AndYou'DlumpOutof Bed II INs bee Ie act...... fteeI1.yes
its $2,000,000,000 relief for home owners into operation. And again 1.111922 the Telegraph After the closest listener or personal, aa fixed by said County; in the Morning &Ms t......II )Jess Jessy to ...'

t if The board has tackled its job with earnestness, but the President i. resigned itself to fate with the following Not one line recalls. toll Assessor for of the Taxea year' on 1111.hi*and Assessment for the Rarin'to Go Os bloat* .n year. leusisrh. Teattfafc. .b5w

ICI seems to want greater speed. article: "The Fourth was 7 8'1uall.ln.purpoa of such perfectlnc. rerlewlne The and If you feel oar and sunk and the .k4 puss sad yea. brestk Ie."*>'"
assessment. .
celebrated In Starke by a 'grand After the Lord and Master ....or of Tax. and the Board As-of world looks punk,don't swallow.lot often besets eat .In tlesisUie* T- I
o orchestral County Commissioner may continue of salts mineral *.*.s4 r.feel law sad Sat Tan
The town was Calls us from, water oil
a world of pain In ....Ion for laxattra
This President job must not be all it's cracked up toy be. as silent as the North Pole after Out in the vague Hereafter day to day for one curb week purpoa or a.. from long candy or' chewing \gum and expect .....sipoteoeM.It !> "

President Roosevelt went off on a vacation cruise ; VicePres Dr. Cook had left It for home, and Dear ones shall we meet again? a*All may persons b* n.csaaary.owning property curd ; and them to make you suddenly sweet lakes POX tb..ldCAATERlLIVER these. two P""".*.< .*.*
aa deserted as a hall in which William act to assessment in: buoyant and fun of sunshine.,; I ss..4 .
ident Garner took refuge at his home in ..,.. .. lvThey _roed
r :, Uvalde Texas; Sec Jennings Bryan lectures County'Florida. are notified to appear For they can't do it. owtat'freely auk*yea
and Charles, at such They only- N
meeting to make 4sed"s
: rotary Hull was away attending the London conference; Sec against evolution. Mri:; Hull and I You have both left us, complaint. or CIY. such testimony such move the bowels and a mere mo-e-. vetetabl coatelavvadarful.*.........,realer. whm 11...

retary Woodin had business in New York so that made Secretary Mr. Darby had their place ornamented Left us all for evermore"; or a. to personal the value) .. of fixed' any b PrOperlr, County, real' meat doesn't get at the cause. The msUag the Ue flew b.hBul .

r Dern the acting head of the government in Washing! with flogs In honor of the I But we hope to meet our loved A m.nt...*iM Roll>r .f a.T..a.they.,may upon Shire.hi. A.....- Is reason your'for liver.your It down-and-out should feeling doa.....tar5rsr 941k.Ask/aC/
day we didn't celebrate. The ) pour out CM
: only : ones: Given. by order of the Board of two LIttle tl-sr Ml*.Leak.far.h.esM 4
," i i ton. Looks like the old game of passing the buck. I small boy In town had saved up a. 'On that bright and happy bore. County Comml-sloner. JOU1Jda-olliquid bil*into your bowel tJW UI'IIIa M tae esd h..... s+e 1
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