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 30, 1926
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
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:00934
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FRIDAY JULY 30. 1926Ir

very mundane footing-" be- )heat it: All of you," or.' about thing s.nce; 1'\ I' been mar. ident whose headquarters ..re at and,iK.int.run South run 52BH South.feet I Ill for feet a l.rl"theg i, ," '

com.l, Ibly. "You talk si If Kllie good naturedly: and I ned to C'urtiss and I'd rather justI Green Cove Pprinir. followitig the' Foci 417')lh.n.', f.l. thence North Iii fe. t.
One rof Ju't t a business arrangement.'As I h..rtci' W..I Jl"'j I feet to point ofItinninir b.
I Ir JRE It is-to me." she & "Sallie:: and I have to catch i along as an extra person with recent unnuumement that the lul. .

"And there Is another store Also 417n. tot South "'
if don't
; our gossip/: and we don't: you and your date you tl-millionaire) department emm..noln. Northwest .
quarter f
t Northeast corner
boys can't
119 RUBY" 1'L : course"' leave feel 1 that wo're standing on i mind or even stay home and rend owner and his a--tn-iates would open Southeast quarter and, run West 407 'I

lln frowned, of Broadway and 42nd I or go to matinees in the afternoon a school for the practical trainIng feet for public thence mad.South thence 304 f..t.East ICMB shout) 20 f r<:, I t

"We cm make some i it isn't any time before r -< I conclude of farmers in Florida this fall ret to the public road th.ne. Korthw ttrly t-
V BEGIN: IIEKE TOY | as she oi''' tRl th. little iron gate andwalk..J .r-"on1ethinr, .
for thorn he aald quickly. tillers of the soil slope said public road to point of b.ginning. ,
: I will be back to help lamely me no assistance The school for
TETKII( LYSTEIl List. h.,. memory 'up It"> < earden path two older ones can go to a you \ me EI. gave 'i11
from > r-'l' al t ,,"k in rrar' < Upon I Tif front 'lor ito-v! op''n-tho lit Hehoi.il-but I the -Alley the sights of the' will be opened near Long Dranch.jUlt .VI) of the nliove being in Station Thirty. 'M
hla F. t. to LofiJo-i he (ana to nc- tie maid M is h.iviTinff in the hall. suppose ) Cove Spring. three i fit. Township Six' ((6)) South I
,' ,is not old: Onh"Ndn I She got up from the 1'1".t-I.1 west of Green '
I S'-fton Is t..re""Oh. Taenty.tY.O ii2l Eat. .
.I'I.: ON'flht'I. Mr
'It.NAN la ttih.j MA 'UP. )\lithe:Nan. broKenhearted icirl to whom. la hi. Hhv sail< stupidly.Thrn I tri"l nut Indignantly.' hustled out of the door i In 1 haise lounge upon which she i'ad on the highway leading to Stark Rn", iiM'inr. 'to the bi of, eomfTalnt, fi'i-l, :(
"Clnu.Je'.Ih., I bi fore the Secon!
tan t J> In snld cause, on J,
ban te.u. trI..J home to care for she begin I to laugh Claudle declaring all tho while been reclining and putting her and GalnO\'ie. where 20,000 acres day of \uicust. A. Tt. 1920. otherwise tinallcRation .

'. Eh her* f throe&I lle .to mother'MM;h. .d !the advice stepbrothers ol her I She wondered If he knew of this I "I havtn't asked you to were being forced out by, hands fo my head felt it carefully; of land have set n.iile for the of the anal, dill, will be tab n inconfossfd i

i rlend dreadful thIng that had come Into him he- ..n w"re'J "Some / : all at the same time regard of demonstrations of the' avulnst you. J '
that this .
,. JOAN n.SDICOTT: 'that she her life It I. erl.d n.i. *
cour.tR. f I ihc I love ot Peter (< ..n'l I She took the pmi fr.m her hat; ment tan bo "mode I so glad Carmen's hero ing me with grave concern in her theories and principals taught in Iw ""h.h., once a week for four con-. '
and f.-Hiw ottleer father Is away not (Five Issues) In the Bradford '
JOII: ,\/t/ :>:OTT. vnth 'hurr. I'eler. I sho emoothi-il her l'Oullh> hair: then I "Yei; 1 clCln't know when can have a little heart-to. huge round eyes, which were as the institute. .uth.County Telcirrs.ph. a weekly newspaper ..)

!. resting .it the home of I: she went on Into the schoolroom.Stfton be Lack" blue china President Johnson's desk in his of general circulation publiahol In ;"
wid"" U .""'r. n..t far "Arno".1, mood by the fireplace. HoMCI halt ,.!:. continued Salli a build Starke. Bradford, County Florida.WITNESS J
Marruby estate' S'.tn i Is J.' ri-4idfn a paper hut he I tail I It'' room wa empty. "Cai "Answer me Rale.AItY. have office in the Penney.Gwinn the Honorable A. Z. Adklnn.Judire ::
Arnott ."u-r and although ahei at least will be wth letters EIghth Circuit court.and .
of the
heR down when she come in 1"0 .," said Nan. "1 told ... with me. You know I you really gone crazy Inn here is pi..d high the official scsl Ju.lrlal Clerk of th a.o.r.

IIAKL.EY SKFTON, a money lend. "flood evening' he nald be went away that 1 her. She's good "No" I smiled as I took her of congraulaton advice and those well his .I.n..tu. this the
a O
; e. whu lias told her that I'eler is "Good evening"' Nun answered .
his debtor' the is on the point of << me to marry you." hands from my head. "I'm serious seeking information. Almost every 2 .I, of June, A. D. 1026.
She looked straight him. He right and attends strictly to ALDERMvN
at n W.
H .
iaff of He looked amazed.
I r In
accepting in.imaKi
order to I.. III" her future '.n"*. for WAS not 9ur h a had looking man. she I "You're a cool hand" he :! business-which' in itself. and I might as well be frank with state in the Union I is represented Clint Circuit Co.r. .Bradford I'
all anil her ,..''h. from' ed.I Florida..SEM.t .
protect r thought and he W 8Yell drea honey.. in the coreppon"l.n re ei'e'l
faint you
threaten'1' financial mbarrnaament amazement exercising her gray-mat By C. A. KNir.IIT.
Nan h. .r. 'that Seflon' la already I I "If that'a all you've got "Things are not going any too Deputy Clerk.A .

telling the villauera th-il 'Ihi Y are she ""gan. and I NOTICE S CREWS.
anyoKcd In the villair. she meets I Ian of attending boarding: well with Curtiss me and Solicit for Complainant -Z-Bt-T-SO.
acquaintance, who invit.a her .ii-. "But It Isn't. lie came just think perhaps while I'm her Circuit CiJrt, E-Pth! Judicial Cir
help with a church fun lion' and "Nan. I ve brought you av New York and Paris, 1-:1. In Florida. In Chan.

then opines hal Arnott. M aiM.,, .r : least, I've brought several I still slangy I'd better be sorter quiet. ruit. Bradford County NOTICE )
'. ,
aoon marry to choose from." what does she do?" I "Nonsense," she declared. "al /r." .Oard W. Budlnulon In Circuit ('curt. Brsnfori County Florida '
NOW GO 0V WITH Tilt 1< TORt Corn vii,flint.
lie took some little cases the more reason why you shouldn't! In Chancery.I.ula .

NAN' felt OH If she were JUHI a pocket and put them down to get the background ot What you need is an entirely ne.{ Edward N.VI Dlckeraon. tt .1. Griffin and Hutand, Sam Grlfla.

"I figuit forcing her I table' girl with whom I was to Defendanta Complainants,

....lf to wjlk on. vuk: on. nnd perspective.. So put on that eve Order cf Sen-Ice b. Publication' iiotlcs To M.
no attempt apartmen al ,
.. .. In Suit Jean r.aHkins
net give way to the ovcrri'Avertngsense \\\ them ring dress now Salie.! Do as I Known and Unknown p..fondants. .
f>1y.. aknviia thut wiinl her \\ He waited a moment. 111 tell you about her 'later.' you. I'm going to take you in to Quiet Title Remo from the Cloud.alienations ti' et the Hill For Partition.To .

I I want to know now," I de- tel It .p.a.ln" above cause. 'I Ison if nlive. and If dead.
In i'n.
Then tho mint lifted ant out of Not Interested' he charge because you don't have to business h helr devisees. legatees orgranteeS
the alienee she hoard hTHt-lf ii>'lng! ( I, I opened 1 the snap of one .,. retreating into the bath hit me in the head with a brick tu that of the the defendants ii'.. .Id.n. or place N. PI.k..on. ."kn".n. and I.um, R..lpr. GreettortYou

politely I shovv<'<| her a magnificent turning on the hot watei let know that something's the Mary Carolina nickersun. his wit.. The and each of you are hereby required
me .tI! before the
aOrK"I' tn appear
"Really1 llovv very intcrostlntf"One I of diamonds "Moat women frowned. We talked from Florida Lund and Immnratlon Company. Jud.
matter. Come on now-look your mete earan J. nt the ahn\e nm.1 court on the 6.1 day
h'-"Ir" !so mm h cf these hojly go mn'lc with delIght over to the other. ** Hubert M. Smith. MemlmiB. of July. A. P 1121. at the court ho.. In
war wcd Smith
went on "I don't know I I 'I t don't care for .. Carmen came up to Ne\ I know men and I'll bet you night nova and Jon J. C;. Alvarei. Simon Guck. a sworn l hiti! of complaint exhibited

that 1 ore with them m>'"*-f) Ao Non Cuba. Was 'born and< this minute he's on the look-out foru ,.nhlemer. The Ral tnh National. Bank Smithsni of atralnst entitled you ly> cause the .0m"I.ln.n.by "the above In named theruhi's'

a matter of' fact. I Ullt-vo the "rl imur She was wondering there on a lovely old< anres bit of diversion" North Carolina.Cstalind SImu..1 It A. Hul.ba.l.Orayblll. V. J. complainant' : snil In default of such ap-

of the uniform,' and the romance or nr.hp. snd il a decree pro confesso will b. entered \
should do with Peter's ring. Ite owned by her father.. half Shlpman. If I"" or In rxlstancc. l.nrnne
i than half She half 'Inl and each of and
parting Is more resiwnsi, I spoke je8tlnll' then their or .In.1 you you.
"I uiah you would .. was of the Spanif.I d, a.1' or not exuitance. the contents of said bill, of complaint !
ble for 'U' h murri.i Hut Bcriously as was way i.1 h'r ill heirs deviseEunices.. irranUi-a. sue.ccssors .hal
mud, again.: "I would much all unknown to I lie taken confeaocd liy you and ..
....II-'IC.ple| muut tlu a. they 1.1". and her father an Kn slow southern drawl vhich she haretained < smd' asslirns. are .
t "Yee Mid Nan. stiffly ",. opl.- $ ou cho.ie"lie entire complainant and that th. re Is n person In you.The weekly
had his Telenrnph
who (
spent she know known to complain DrM.r.1 n.n.y .
must do like I gave a little ex .. because :t won the State of Flori.la.
a1' they In the Town of
I I Cuba I believe. the of a upon whom I n wspaper p.hl.ho
Though I ant .ub"n.
) Shei,hot,) the elder woman's annoyance attractive. bind.tle.the said ', or e tnet ''..rlp. l.aMor.\ Florida. Il hero.
I I "\Vh.u has happened, to '" mother who Inherit.. into 1. I tH t'i' >I. ', d by com.Plnlnant I liv, .'..I.nat.1 the n..pnp. in which
wordy parrot like O( course. It I "" Long after .she had gone <11 them nnl ., .,
,. ,,; 0"-- iMnntlee lie for four
$c: dt areInterested
the .1 l"bl.h"0
auk'-d You have that fendynu
could not nully tc <>f t'eicr. they were seem to I -. own room I sat on the edije of the In the property Involved In this consecutive ..k.

talking-it was some other man your nplrlt! all right-go on," 1 alleges that ndi Ph.- lands ,.rl..1 In the bill of compltiit -
bed.I considering both sides of thquestion. < : and complninant
r "And now lo s.-iv you will come .\loslIomr" would r/o i He taught her hand as she < ,1. not know nnd by dllinent search and l 't in th i. eau'e ,and of which com

.nd help with th.j church .!COI''' mud until ilrliyht! ( over Iliat./ hiivr ,tumid ntMiyDon't Should I obey my own iruulry>. has not been able to asccrtn n li'ninnnta, seek a partition of herein are \

tlona Mini Duvleniy .:ill' (i<:.,ln, ant l i .. anyway Carmen got hor- inclination or should I follow the ..h..he any of the all ,l..f.ndants. whose as follow., tft-wlt :
>ou r.irfa business u alIrircd !- VI at Northwest nuart.r of Section
Nan ronlucil that they h.ul. ,itarhr-d I Some womenould l>c "proud enough Nan'. hf ',k,1 roughly I Havana-and persuadei! advice of Kllie ? sure. residence as unknown.or place Is ,it. of n'or alive. or ,nc'itanCo 12. h.l.r.... > Soulh. Ranire 21 East
tho vicarage and had atoi| |>'d ot the I aliened, iixil I containing 8n ncr,., mrre or Iesn.Witness .
she should is further
that It
to have him for a husband. apart H'.r blue met hit she parents < or nuln,1:
eyes continued next week )
To he
( .
pie11 I toM you. !Mrs Meats I I. hill of complaint Unit theremay the Itnnorahle \. 7. AHklns,
from his money IJ.'IKS. She v.ondere'1 I little shiver I met her during ai in the sworn liMk-r. flute ctv.. Alderman. Clerk.
ccmlnff and her Polhcr-i.' 1 rhopn Docs Sulhe decide) to yield to Kllie's ptrs'ins., flrnu nnd cnrporatliins.Irtreotet as
know Mr Ainotf"k I It she really thought that or If the "No." she wild, "You -we have the sami In the said property, Involved ''ntliln no.1 I the -ml of. 4hi court In the City of
you were just trying to make things a* don t She tried to free infu..nce and become a part suit whose name, nvre residence or "'n'tFlorida .h. 2">1h day of June A.
Nan "
"Yea easy as posHihli for h"ra..ll. I, "Ther" 'lint any need to pr.cl I who I Is n perfect fake or he of .. jazz-mad circle or-Uea: .I l.lnce of business Is unknown to comnlalnnnt t). 192*.
Mr !1. '
"And J daren/iv t. will!
com as will." !Z.lp.ti D'nlfiKv,., Wenton. "I ve Len waiting, half an hour" there' she naked "You have us for pupils.! \\1' next week's installment in the Tel. t .such and known In said hi unknrwn r..I.r la dt-fend-prnyidnynln Clerk

"They say ho la 0.1",11',1-1"1", ho said about mi cither, 1 know ) ) bond of huffaloim graph. tints persons. firms and corporations.riprr Ti E KVinilT."licltor .

fcctlv Jcvol"! Uc.dby. Mln Mar "I'm sorry" N.m answered. "Why" do you think I \\ --KO we decided! to ohan !| ; :MKK it Is nrderci! that nil persons for rdmi'lainnnls.' 7-2-51-7-30.
then"ihe firms and named in thltnntie.
I raby lie came a step Inwards her. chonk her head and) live together. Sh ". ''H'C'SIOX: OF rofirrSAM'IS ... if lltiutr corporations or in exintance. or if NOTICE
II ,
"Oooilb> :0.,10.1| Nan. sh juRt .
"And- on.\Vt'r1" he tuiked. "1 don t know because has ,dead or not in cxistance. th. n hi. her.
my and really n
touched the thin cotton slr\i hand ,i ) spoiled : TAX ON (J.\? their or Us unknown d.vl. .. leunt..s In (Court. County. Flor
She raised 'her to his. So blue thought. I should to hard to ( that h.I. (1..1 Ir.norl
eyes the and
'before aho turned und vvulku Isack.1 idea vas iirnnt..1. Hcci-swir* or nslnn l.ln ,,' .

So Peter wall going to marry LKT|.. they looked against tho startling hups-" pallor of her face. There was Home ,1'm for l of you 1 he any In..t in nnd to thosuCi
Meo el.lmlnl wl.
"I ra.always knew It." Nan told herself thing pathetic In her whole appear- roughly "I svietir that I up without freedom Kailrimd Commission In Case 'r.ln ,, .,. pliers or I "' of land lyIng Complainants.

once and unconsciously his eXI.res.alon of 'ou-I've I never cared for custom in Cuba, nnd now Tax Would Ie! SacrifiiedTallahassee. In.1..ln"\ in Starke. Bradford County. v r
not rctillz.nu that slic Nixjko; tho I klow" and\ described as roloW' Plorldn Land ft Imn'lirration Com-
words 1110 u'.I. "Sornoluju I think J softened I else In nil "roy lit" '.. unr..trlline.l-whew! .-Had the state su- I...'. FIVO 'Hi', Six ''B'', Seven ,I'tiny. n corporntinn, et. al.,

Always knew It." sho said '.lenln hofmlosaly ",\1'0 you going to marry me "I have. saId Nan wIth 'I learn to to." court ruled) against the Florida Hlock Three itt' : lots One (1) Two ((21.. ,' flefntliints.
Nan1"- he llttlo laugh parents l'eflO Three "" Four .41.> Five (IB). Six ((61.> Suit to Quiet Title. Etc.To ._
asked gently. lie flung away from her mind.) about \parents" p"y. Railroad Commission Seven ((71.. Eiuht l fO ,i. Nine ((91.! Ten ((101.MvMn the Hnrlda I.nnd fi ImmIgratIon
II. Sho wondered If Arnott had knownIt There was a little pause. tiently. ree'"nt\ I nil.I t Twelve ((12) of Block Twelve C,minny, ccrporntlon. Floi6'In, Riiils.rond .
that morning he came over and "Y
asked If there could. be uny hope added "Thank you," as If It were an would have lost its gasoline tax Pleven: 111)) of HlocV Fifteen, 115) inTtmplo's Bank of Iloriila.. a corporation and
for a man who was not 1'etor; sho after.thought. Why can't you forgot minute."N'.w. I I Addition to Town of Starke. the each of snld .0rpnol..". if in existence' ,
should have thought .. wait until you see her 'which now brings over a of Northeast
lie her. you mil name helne a I'lat or subdivision and if not In stance to the unknown
wondered if it had been an attempt. did not attempt to touch o
j moro pride. than to go about the gayest little dollars into the treasury each quarter, of Northwest, quarter and that It-ital ..c..o. reprtftentntltf' and asriirns -
his her from Ha of If thU ,
on part to save pain gave a sigh relief an man who has treated you as art of \\'.st half of Northeast .(Uartcr lying of etich of them ; Jnm.'s T. Suitor sod
and humiliation. were more than he had expected flower-," month for good roads according to West of ltailr.mil. and a fraction of Jnhn %tcl
> "It wo. kind or him. anyway" rihe "I am a man of my word" ho said.< Make up your "mii.d to forget why dl' you live with her ?" Fred, IL Davis, the commissioner's Southeast quarter of Northwest .,unr.r. all .ml.ny., a corporation. If ills'.,
thought drearily; "very klnj 'of "Tomorrow I will take you to see my "III hadn't said Nun Q'. in Si-etlnn Twentv-Eiidit ((28)), Town.hlpSh nnd if d. nd to their unknown .u..o..
Wm." solicitors I will hand. you over all shouldnt< have nald, I wuux. to know. attorney.The '16)) South unfit Twenty-Two I2.J 1-irnl repri"sentativ, o heirs' Ituntees. ,.
and now If you've ... statute Mr. Davis pointedout Font v'sets. \\'ifl. Ilochlc, Franz J. Beyer. Thomiis -
knew by IOU you und! ,
Y Of course. all the pariah your father's and-Lyater's- .. absolutely so original Ito' appear to the bill of complaint r.In .1. W ilkins. each if Hike and If dead
this time of PeterS engagement; .he on our wedding day." with me I should" like: to GO I :. When it comes to mental provides for collection of the said cause. on or before the "-. tie the unknown heirs. leuntees or .

felt .* ir they muat all know too. Nan did not move. the boy to bed tax when the loses its interstate of AUI.t., A. D. 11)20.) otherwise the nlleita. M ic ees of .'och. the residence. and BSTCB of

that he had once loved her and that "You told me you would give themto "You think more of ( little Carmen's no: gas gas ,. snld bill will be taken as con- inch of whom la unknown and places of

ehe was broken-hearted. me If would bo engaged to you" devils thun you do of me." < She's entertaining as aI shipment.The f-sscd avainst you. business and of Incorporation of each of
It is further ordered that this notice he saul unknown anilI
Y The her, she would Bhn said jealously. I court held that the corisirntions "In.
thought stung < 'ailin..h with absolutely no inhibi. supreme published once a week for four consecutive :. C. Tayl.r. of riensantvllle. of State of
take the only way out and marry lie laughed. She stood \\ \ a She and in 1 I petroleum and, petroleum products weeks (Five, II-KIH, 'iiiilford County New J.-rses. R. f. I>. No. I and Knthrlne .
resignation he had I* umuxcs me I
Uarloy Seflon.I "Are you trying to drive a bargain weary ; I 'IVItiiraph, a weekly newspaper of iren ,' Dohm Bailey of the city of Philadelphia .
(I Nobody could bo sorry for her then with me?" he anked. "Very well when ho s" i'! hal she sotr-i'M long ago, Sallie I've dcdi.I lost its interstate shipment when it ral circulation published in Stark Brad.trd of Slat of Pennsylvania a more

s-& fton was rich and sought after: you shall hove your father's tomorrow lost all h, r '.:piii', ; r'' ."no < life to pleasure." wag receiveM nt Jacksonville and. enuntv, Florida exact, nddrits of said defendant, b.ln. un-
WITKESS the Honorable' \. 7 \dklns.
m.Lrr.ed havo the I known : not parties hating.
to -
h. could gIve her money and every. und L"ler'II-tho day mar say now from the oil fields and .1
you titrHo I you haven't I declared Tampa Judue of the Sluhlh( Judicial, CIrcult Inc to have nny rIght title Interest' or
thing she wanted. She wondered ry mo rouse hath stored there for Intra..tnh.lislri.. aol the official s,.ul of the Clerk of elnlm or riyht of possession In an to
could a.. -;>' 'he llttlo riag. some dainty cry- this well his signature, this ..
desperately If the things money Tht.ro was a note of determination Court aa as lit InniN it' r..ln.t.d.-icrilied or any portion .
buy would deaden the pain In her In his. voice and Nan rcullzod Into hisKkft the steaming water, "you bution over the state h.* 2H day of June A. P. 1 )2B.n. Ihe..C.. UREFTIMi: .

I,heart. She would have a good time that this was tIll best she could "I'lr. K inp.." !.' Hftlcl r"-, j\ r as wild as: you'd like to The railroad commission brought' W. AlDFRMN "on and men of vmi are hereby required
Hut !lie. CIka.'k i'i.n''it : I Clerk C ..ul (our H.aM.ro to be and appear before the Jud.
-he would FO about and see the hope for. the rail- .
think you arc anti I know the proceedings against SEAL' ( ,, of the above named Court on the 2nd day
ho locVoJ) ..I l.cr v.'l'iart o ; I
: !
world-ahe would make henelt'tor.aet. "Very well. she said Sho stood KIr. r.I'pu'y .
I Ily C. V. of ,\, \.
iwtist. D. 1D2H. nt Ihe
mauls to force the to charge court
twisting her hilt. "And when shall ",,, ,,,, ,,., just like to sound devilish. latl'I' Clerk.A. Stark Bradford C'minty... Florida trt

"After all It'. no worse than It wr- be married?" she asked. 10""i it *," ai.' hlni! for ) ctt. was luxt a moment in re' intrn-state frei'-ht, rates at the consumption .1. CREWS nnwer a sworn Di ..f complaint exhibitedauainnt ,

;would have been If Peter had' been There was no emotion In her voice; an> th'ii((.' h
killed." she told herself; but ahoIJtno'.v she did not care In the leant how I > dirt futnit for 'i.- When the court held in NOTICE such entitled cniiMC, and In default of
that or'! !Ii nft''rw, n-ii-,"rtiJ.s ', continued. an appearance" a .1. erce proconfesiowill
II was a thousand! times soon aha was married.
I till 'rM .\,"" t ;worae.iVjI Ills face llughcd I' \ ,' how we got comli""iun' In (I.ui Court, Eighth Judicial Cir tints or ald bill of Complaint, shall be
: wish I could die" aho thoughtfrt "You aro putting everything/ on a : r-i ....d'..." \' Kishcr ? The mar, n saving of thousands of dollars cuit. l.alo.1 County Floridn., In Chan- tiiKi-n, n confessed bv .0.1 of \nu who do
not so appear,
- -- lirummcl who made furi was effected Mr. Pa\1 said.INSTITITK Kills: Wilson nml I atirn Wilson, his wife I The 'lands aeserlbeil In t the bill of comIliiint .

..-- to us both at tho same (Complainant In the sho, ,. styl.-rl' mouse and to
had moxed into another clt) APPLIEDACUICl'LTl'KAL VS.Fdwnnl which .0mpl.nO.1, seek to quiet their
could N. Dlcki-ninn. ,.. at
thought hi; get away title 0 remme all clouds therefrom.
nurst-nmidi, most them ; C.U'SKSX : Defendants.
in reminis- nI.p" in Slate. of
rlnKliah: or German; were she laughed : VnONVtlDK) : IMT.IJKSTl'ininded Order of Servire hy Publication. Sole Mi.rldn.' nno 1..o"r,1,, .u p,.fh.olh'"I'Y. described
lo Known and t'nknnwn .
hefendnnts. ". n. "' n' ,
i4tha nrh. quart r Si.uthinst
1 theiruuntf charges Suit t. ,lel Til". Kemnve ( bud, etc. ___. or StiMion 10 and \ In
him ? a 'Irlnnuularsliape
rthifh lon-i-ted of palatial, 'ou,1' see 1 any more Ity I'cnnrj-flwinn; Heads I It IIPIU"iiiinir from th i nil. aid itCh. of thaiwnrn In Southwist, .a..rno of Southwestnnrter

.. bill of complaint In the nl."e ciiuxe.nt ,. of Southwest. iiunrter, of Section
ri"i! apai't 'oi'iits-itftt'r an ut (;r'n Cn\ ,. SprilJo >. th.t ata-, na d'n",. o i lnrv of IHISJIKHHof I.;, and r.aa: u. Of JC,'rllinpt| quarter. of
his and devouring
the brisk jealous the ,fendnnts Florldn Itnilmnd Comimny. 10. end 20( .
0'<"">n.pi'til in Jctlnn soil| ,_.ln, ?, ? on
; him off to see some n corporatIon Jnm.-t T Souter andlohn \.1 ,le| 01 Northm.t .imnrter, ; of North-
iui'I''keiunir out ii ton. Green; Cove Springs July 21.Nationwide .- Me HueKlisur: Strong J. J 1,1.,, if "1V'ir'lt "n"l I t'1! ',nI' 70.1(10
\u" acres on
>t in China. We were both Kintr. or in exlstane.'. and if 'a,1 ,t .u.m.
ot Stnith.st
nt .
For,. th first time III interest has been uuart.r of NorthTl
In t\iitance then thtir, or its h.'iis. ,I, *
would fall for '
th"ul'hlw'r... iil>Hurbe ". and ? ..,",!lnrL"!. Hai.ire lit 22 srlon;.:".t.20. .I In Township
"'rt love-m.iking. issiiins. ore unknown to complainants,
.1 The BradtLrd
mediate situation ami its 11I"titutr.f Agriculture! by ,ind that .h. la County Teli-eraph., a weekly .
\ppl..1 no person In the State oft"Ioniiui
I in the boudoir I Illipp.llnt.. rewspape ,'"hllh.1! ) In T.wn of Stark
--'bi1inq Confessions hut.. people und HO before I Albert A. Johnson B. Rre"- known to cumptninnnts. the service nrndford tun' ..' of Florida la
before I began dressing., of a subpoena upon. whom would bind hunby .
of tvll t the car stopped' 1. with its cu -,--- the .nM df-fendnnts or cither of them, ...n,1'ha. which '.1""n.0, shall a 'the ,.n".I''n'r; In
I ? I demanded. h
5 0. 2DW ... / I put on t, ,it !I- I by complnlnuntii lint published for
jerk in front of one of the I f+i.l4't.+.t. t.;. tt .h,' nnmed ....I.d ', fuur cons sbtlve weeks.
WII'ai her rejoinder nrp Inh'r".1 In the Witoei *". ""","'.Me A. 7.. Adklns
fulllpllrhl1'nt houses and I "m"'t"[ ,ely Involved in this suit nnd comihiinants ..nd.V.. l. ,
IDwb she real evening nii. Jndire. as well O. .
: tedllaPouJIoWu-. tiIrzdpBaAer'JIie ered that its number .' meant n ;V; HARVEY M. SNYDEIt | by, dihttcnt allege starch that nnd.h. y Ininnry do, not know have and AIILm.n., Clerk, and .h. seal as ot' this
with not
tell,1 of it simple one ('nit't In 'h """'1"'. ,
with the 'one'I had) given the : wm able to ascertain whether any of the day I of V"1. n. D. Horldn. thlarah
that I put out on the bed 'nid' .defendant whose aire, residence or 1\26.
Before I reached I Kllie's inspection." Z: Mortician, Starke, }. ,.Ia. of business I is aliened as unknown. ALDFRMXM

TU'j'h'rllu.h'nlllrt.. "f. the ,i.i'i 1 tnp-l and the timndinn heard I voices. A piano .' ,is .dind, or alive. or in existanee or not I E.\I. KMC.Ilr, Slarko.' Fla. nt.
for ? I grumbled Member of Florida Funerals ,
+ \nd It is rl.rh aliened In the sworn biUf for
Alvvuv' .ini|>ul-ivi till- siininit'r' I luu'i "if tn\i-, s<>r\id I t.. I MUTeuMmy played and someone was .' we've 1 ,planned. to go to complaint thnt there mAY be persons I S'-lor Complainants 7-2-81-7-30.
jinx imisif.. I'lit'led the Directors and Embalmers As. firms nnd corporations. Interested' In the
,,1I'II1 'nt.
with iti- vexatious I I pmlili'iiis' I v\'i' >rhlnn I'M & :
places and! in one especially, .mil, property In'nl..1 In this null, whole ORDER FOR rrill.ICATION

upon. hix !heart hint left me actini I had,! wired Kllic that I was cominu brags kniuker. clothes are more proper." soclatlon.t "lame aire. residence or place of businessunknown

? .'.ntll'c.1upnn the spur of the hut I Wlls not surprised when "Sallii'-darliii,!" and it I going?" PHONES bhti I I., riH.f Is to priu..l."ml.I.lnan.a".nl such and In known said, RrI,'>' Circuit, County r"rt-. Stale FlKhlh' of Judicial CircuIt

moment. So that overling foundme I lid, not find her at the station eral moments: before I could l I jU"t you and I and I'on + mil And corporntlons.TIIFRFrORE unknown,I d.r'ndan.. persons, firms ('ho nCi'rIJ. Florida In

oil thit t rain houiloil fur New for she intensely dixlikvd seeinirpwiple to the room beyond, the \' and, 1 fI'nrcl00.1.. You Day-1 Night 59-W ,it I. ordered that all p.r.Oo. Hobert Llvhtfoot.Complninant.

York ,!U'uv'mi,; nt once-for, !!ubconsciuunl.v off or nieetinff them at pier embrace of Kllie.: : was playing the pi :.: With DeWitt C. Jones lotic....'.firm if .and inc or ci.rporntlons. in evistnnce.named or If In dead.this Hsltle Llvhtfoot.Defemlnnt.v. .

I knew that another I or stations, no I only snulisl to my.self "It was beastly of me wanted a date with you ; i.r, nO'.1 vi,...nc.., then hIs her. their or .

niirht of ( urti"M would l have had. Its: as I "reoalled her little peculiarity inir you at the station- he saw \'uu-" ..t+'+i'I.,. ,.,+t+ ...t.t .,Is ,,nhn one su.ci.r h. '.. or.l\lse.B.ansluns. and l.irateea.iranti.s allxrson. bIll.It npe..lne.1".1 In hy alTldavIt appended to th.

influence ami I WIIS determined not and<| !hurried out) into tho Know of my pet aversion. all\ ?" firnn and ,or.ora'ion.. hnln. M.'tl.' I.hhlr"the,.. iImO5e.5tatcd the, d..f.n.lnnt csuj, therein. Ihat
ir elaimmir' In..r..t In .,
any sod
to remain with him iiftt-r our interview tTiithi-rinir twilight! arid into a waiting though honey, your unless we \\"Intonw ++4.++++++++++++ I I It certain' 'I.'n. .,1.. or parcels of tn liiml th.Iy.I named I.anti a oot'rilt.nt. "r lit. Stat. 0'
.h. I. .
of the morning whit hll.I' taxi. beautiful Kill friend t for dancing I kno* I,ninnd, I )u.,in,* I In Bradford county. State florhlf.. ".t In tim r.'si'It'nt CIty nt itt 230 Church
r h Trenton
& and
been anything but mitisfactiiry. I \\.l. Mwuni into Fifth avenue. Asustinl lie) has been planning th i men whom we can recruit + I lowsIi ,on. described HI fol- SOte the ot New J..y an.1 I. over
sue ot .
New York had! always \been toIDO its gidewalks. at this time' of (glorious! evening all in your '. notice." I and a Full Line oft i vortl, t,,,inninii,,,,, ',,lllrr nt the,lf Vnrthwest sUIhn.t corner of I I. th..pr.rP ..1,1 ieoty hat one sold y.non..;

a ,'ity of rnchnntnifnt.% I love, j I .il.iy, wcie iilisi' with a stream of A nd-" let's dnn't !" I answered ,.nd run Eni.1i. .. feel fr itartint p nl'I'n'f" .1I.nt ntiiri'd to d.f'nd.nt b and she I. hereby .
Undertakers' itsi'nar' the bill
its hum and bustle und Ivaa ,,,,'IIV shop\ tirls-- moot of them "Come on Rllie\ Pon't he I "That isn't what I meant" Supplies : 4111| "n.h.Siti n..,' ,North 45 '4J15",*' (thence F""tV.si fiIl In .1,1 eanip. nn or before of eompl.lnt Monday,
: : cvi. .hen.
I o. the
strangely/ thrilled as our train stimrt and! youthful in their short stiniry. At least vv-e'd ,', in a serious1 tone 1. "Lis : AUTOMOBILE HEARSE : \ t Hi" f.t to rolnt of'beitlnn'lna.I I wise 2nd the day nllotrn.lon of .Auuu, ,,.f A salt. n 1928.F other.
Also bIll
]I 11..1 into the 1'ennxylvunin Station .sklrtt, slender heels and jrauzy silk look at Snllic." This from .. I know you'll think I'm : Nrilat. starting' c.rn'r J24"' Northeast feet South of the of lak.n It .0 Confessed h" 010 "pf.ndanLI wIll ta
? quarter is
that large clearing house of stotkinif: In no other Metropolis sipated blonde who had \ old-f.ishioned( and f-inny .4'+ .\.the.10.. hand... prime.Tba. heat"_.nf' I feet louth.nst thence qUi"..'. and run East 4171.. ,puhlllteu I further! once 5 or'lerrnl for (stir this 0.1.. h..

the wur....'.* humanity where trnucdy -not( even in Purli are the girl of injr the \pin no. want any date wh'le! > lentlnn .. telegraph orders.KKGWTEKKU I It arnllel with Smith'North MS'lj boundary ht. thence about West SDO weeks In, the .;:Couttty Telegraph eoneeutlv a

and triumph walk hand In hand this das go alert to imitate tha "Oh. of course I forfeit : really." EMBALMER |: pail fm't, t" p.ble' roal!. thence North along ,, nprop... publ I In acid County .nd

innovation in tho world. of snck- DEWITT C. JONES about >0* f<"i* point of ''h''. June 29th, 1924.
amonnr it> hctt-roKerieous thronu! slightest you people upoligized }: .. the mnth.rIi: ; :i bi'glnong, .

motion. It had fashion Introduced 1 to the I could! that Also a t'ereel of lint 417 O W. At.DERMXVSEL
which is ever in me group '', see i STARKE. FLA. I" the Northeast corner of Northwestquart I CI.I. Clrcull Court-

been many months pince I h"J beenin We entered Park avenue and tho the piano not think I was in earnest. 1 ,icr of Southeast' quarter. II ( ) B' C. A. KNIGHTE.

a large city and even the tight scene: shifted ai definitely a.. if we We all stood chatting a jut that I feet differently I *> IM I I-M"tH'++I t. !o t Also Northeajt commencing quarter of Northwest Southeast quarter corner i SolicItor. M. JOHNS for Complainant./ Deputy CI.rI


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: enough jiitlgci can be sent to try nrr. *oiinty Jinlxo In aol I fur )Itradfnril.
Congressman Green Flays 4 niiiUy. 1 11.'hl.. fur or.NT I to at
4 uI4t' t they This titt'gt'veu'utor I" .1
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News From COIl II' i>riftto Mttf) a Om-l-iflh nit, .)1,1! iiI ,
Newt of Florida in Short Paragrcpht proposes to do, ,*t nrh nf tulil minor In:: ;,the fnli.iM 11 : 'IK 1,
I Rule At Meet In .1 li.rrUM-tl 1 land l hint, nml \luittg I ,in Hi'stI'
Republican 1..1 t'umiu 1"I".lda. 10." "it 1 .
State Capital The hoiu'd, of commissioners of omntiMicmtc, Sis I anti .HH I third .. } : .).
elm, ,DM MI-MI of the NitrthonM > S
c..i in r .I I t Ii'

Micanopy Monday Night .__ -tale u institutions fur three' has awarded for the the 1 SoiithnrHt. SrUtMi MUiirti, i Iti.'r .of IWimlup 1hc'nrlhiH.. ?.,t u1i*''I mtor "i iKanu '

Live State News 1'"III1l buihlnjt. ,> 'i.J nmt unit 1 run' i-uth, < i 1 4 ,
I I Tallaha oil, Kin, July 2r,.-;\. Florida Farm Colony at ( ai ttuut'i lie 1'tminn.: '['It, " -------- 1 U 1-J) chnlnN., 'thmco, I 1.1: t l .
wind* of tontiiuts for the constitution t to (Judo' and C.ml'nl*,' of JII'ksnl- I
('hum* to point of ItoKinnitivT. ( .tiifimintm ,
lonng 1 i From Second. interests to st l\ ", ado some men' t .f hi ville for .
/ Representative i> glu II.\ projects in $211.010.( These buildings M n ni"'.1 I niu' half I 17 l-_ .icr. m i .r fj'
who' > to congress. Our agricultural Florida! it'.. Thtn It'.lh, tiny uf .!.1"" 1 i''t' ,
Congressional District i, t Deliver* to cost upwards of two wi i I house epileptic i girls and bo>'sand
indebtedness America isbetween
million and! a quarter "nlllll'S'l'l'e tuborcillars.Thu Gimnllnn ftr -ni-i Mtvu'a.. .
:Masterful Address harm
i eight and nine billion dollars expi-itoil j here daily! with t the an- board,! had laid! in its year'sHiipplv. --ifl.5t-8.ia.. 41

.!.O..._._ .-.-.a.a.S4a.aoeneS..Se.SflS4 .:. I>' Itecvived bAlachua >' and my friends, you may sec noutu-onii-iit that sixteen firms! of of coal for state i institutions ---- --- -- --- ,..

Tallnhas (' .-The new dormitory a huge expansion of electric lighting Count ty Folk by this that to improve agriculture Flol'lda.ol'th: ; Carolina IIn.1b! rl'ul.hl How and,! Norman of :,"ln: OF HI M" IU\T11>NNnttro '

? nt the Florida, !State College for I and power facilities, is 65: per moans( also. the I improving I of better I banm> were the apparent! low' bid I l-irmiiighiim. Contract was made 3 in, tunli. uK.n ttmt,, 'ii,.' ... :
conditions 11 It I ion I.. of tin- rouitUill. I 1. '
20.-The :'I1I1'a- fnl''l'ryone t.i.t
Women, the contratt for which was cent completed, it was learned today Gainesville July living .I'rs.The for ,delivery lifter August 1 of 12:!,. I M"loy."s".1.i 2. I'tjd: for 'II,.. r. ,, ,III..r ,.

vrarded gome time ago by the state from officials of tho company. nopy; High School auditorium was I throughout the nation To bring' / 1 Melding! was held nt I the !>'IO tons. lion rl"if,torn (for lli". Xnx.\o.I I.. r ... ,1
i filled! with : 'icultural conditions to a "I..I.n. .. MonthlyV. ,In- ,m,,.l 1 rI.
a large nuticl1l'Iondny ait.1 up house
is county court because of the ,
board of control rapidly n'arillg'completion "ciuIt) \( ck. front 'i 1 a ''. 'II mil I I i ittud I 'II

4 nccoiding to reports \\'imaull1n.-Citizl'ns here will i night to hear the principal speaker) higher plane will require much cramped' quarters nt t lie State lton.1\ ('itt''t'ti iit W 'olillr.i Julv :2!:>.-, 'Hi.t from J o'clock n .tn mti., < .. ... ..I

:4 from tho institution. turn out :Mond.xv; in nn intensive of tho (>\'enll1jt.O"'I'O/' J1UI1l I H. A. woik, and time, but 1 assure you \Depaitmcnt and over 200 sere ill I 11"l'II'111 t hut!. the need.I t today H I i,1) t"rntvtuitu'ttisttnttun" office InioltHill nt th.r. i,mo,.,11I nuittit '.I It N5

I ( I.ex) Green, deliver! n very timely that it is my aim I to vote for all'!! atlindanrc.Tin1! .I tlni, ttot'oMil' Sntitrdu, ]>. i..I'I ,,,
one-day elton campaign, state nation! to devisevvu I
up preparatory 1.1 ulc >s <.1 it!,! '''' ('. \ Is "ii' I 1
on.T'I'Ill'tiully nil the for the organization of a and forceful address. Congressman legislation de-igned to l"'IIIgthis projc'i Is will i'nmpi'iso 1 1,21":) .I! I(t,""I'ill t taxes i list t'n.1! .I cell -. It. ..Unit. ". tn, .11 I '' '

light of way for State road Xo. ID: permanent civic society. Following Green is a brilliant and fluent about." feet of bridges< (IIO.:!."> miliof! niik -tiintlv l hiiiitmu, methods of ttuIIii.lilt '{ .1'I'\ ",,' I i i

from Dronson to Fanmn Springs I the general clean-up a community speaker and when he gets through "As to Florida," tho speaker base ('nllstl"Il'Unn; f>7.U: I lIIiI I lee ol' "1 u. money tile' dl.z11, an.I --- -. .

I talking, his talks have )been enjoyed said high time that people grading, nnd It.tIll miles. of 1'1 ? 11.H..: or HAIR Op f nm i I
I liiis been graduil. It i is probable : supper will be served nt the "It is ounalwork 1 ,Iii U itr) that t. t 1\1\ federal inlicntiincota.x (KNT ('<>I1NTltnM"sHtnlv 1'11

r fi' the contract for hard! surfacing lake, under, the direction of a committee .i to the extent( that his audiences discard the k knickers us Roger Bub- and will include< twuhc I astuili'd, by t the last congress' ,

distance from these points will be I of which :Mrs. W. 11. :MeKenzic \ are not I'litisficd-thcy want son said, und get rip-lit' clown (U) cuunI it's. 'is a gta\c j injustice; (}o\ernor John in"t Ico i I. .itt n th tit' ,Ii. ]I' I Iof

more-because Lox is conscientious hlll',1,01'1" 1 begin and! Opening' of the hidit Itnttil' "lrIvI, ,,.,.. of Mm, .'M, I i ., \
let within u short while. : is c.'huh man. producing was nlsoftntured \\ Mai It tin j.t'nt.. I the ,0011 tutu! con I lot,'dlit, will, "" ',.1". ."h'.1| l i f i..

I in his every action and speaks helping to keep the money, inauittlit'i't'tt' l-\ an address, by I Dr.) 1'ons forenie of i goM-riiom, here, llu story piirrhnMi,. of $ |:,".ooo no' of t'I.,,,,, i ,,| I

Ocnllt-\I'rnng'ell\l'nts are being flushiivll.-11u.hnll's} interest in straight from the shoulder, telling/ in Florida.) We have the A. I I at ha'ay, chaliman of. t tho road of Flnl'hl,'" light I lo ha\'l' t" lnvab.dislied. \ ,of" .l Inl Iii'| l ,u,i.m.u. nml, of lel".In.Hi.i.If..r I.tin-.tni. I' I ih I .f,"iu\,i ifdft ""f. f

rnnde for the police and firemen's :' air mail and, aviation has been demonstruted the people in a plain but dignified greatest future I before us of any ","h'IHII.tl1wnt.110 statei that t tho ,tli'- \tmtiHt. r.UrtSni'l .
I l ottilH. itiv .to t.' ,I lit'i. .1 i I it.i..,
that which is r."I"
field! day hero August fi for tho by the chamber of commerie's manner" going on inWashington. state in the union and in thecourses patlment would look mrefully into ( jO\'I'1111'IUI .Mrs. : arrived 1'irnt ,ilny of' I li,Jtl.. inn.. ) an l It.> \I.. MIilinominiilionH

benefit of the pension fund of the {I efforts in establishing! a 11,. briefly reviewed! .of only II few years: every dollar. t lie fmaniial nbillt"f I t tho hi.lh'I'calTY : Similay :11'11'l'udbu '' J"J..r "I.11" Oi") UK'1 nrul I to
fiom .
: h'I' has' \ fnUriNl nt ,Ii of Mix
\.r rate cent
some of his accomplishment since will be woilh $1.\I ); ). to out the work HIM. i'tr
city departments. Among the features landing field within the city limls. i I now ; roooid after stopping I to rent. a cl.iy in I Denver i p'r Hiintiiii. i inittiti ci.uti, '''t''''I> .n i hflfitit

will be a beauty contest and Through/ the courtesy of the Hanby becoming a representative of the "1'<"IIIY! the state's finances are of niliioxemeiit on othor contracts, The goveinors thi ii Y stales I' ullh ilnv i i of .'..1','"' all .lul\I .,i ..mhnr 1 .

the winner will be designated as Powers interests of Bushnell and t-econd torj-ressionnX! district i of stronger than ever, ns was! revealed I anti t tho equipment I he has iivnilulile i have conn1 here for"I t the event.Chejenne itrinrlpnl' nml 1.1..l Intfrmt, .nll"if".11.1..1.ph,1'h.toimu 1 h.nl.,

"Miss: Ocala." St. Petersburg the thambor of Florida, ; he", flayed! Secretary of the in recent repoit.1. from the state to conduct the consti'uctum.! I ( ahlaic with iirttHMihlo nt I Iho Imitktim houm, "f thoJhtuov.r
I is now ,
I \0101' Nut mini "
"k. 'the ( "
commerce has been allowed to use : Treasury Andiew. :Mellon anti ,h'pal'tll1l'ntth"l'er"I'l'; d I.) not let "'l'ite tlepiirlmenl",I I p")r. I ll.ith- I with the annual I frontier days cclobuilion I Slat' .nf Niv Yrlt., "y ami

Dajtona Bench.-The present Lincoln Andrews, dry czar, saying that "does. 1",", inttottnt uf bom'In offiTnl for al<
part of the land formerly known anyone mislead( .. cm to believe awny. not cure t that t the ))iI., of tho 1
I one I most picturesque U innoiMitui t uni l tlu I > ) of mildrminty
I 1.1.1
. population of Daytona Bt-ath as Indicated | as Suniland Estates, north of the 1 they represent the money and I the failure of some banks in Florida tier heI big man fimnulnllv, for of all western shows. I 1.,1., >111 I hi> diu. tOll i tNt ,iilt., In

'V by a directory just distributed city and fronting on the Dixie highway "wet" elements of the nation. Mr.' during the past few weeks is I the job. can bo maili-, to fit the innn The i in Ins s 'ee.h I before I Kiid-H fully:; : fmnt' :,: tliito I itt';|: thoroof Thirty: .und roar to..|>o retport-lnNii.tt

. by a publishing company is for an air port.DeLanJ.Funeial Green said, "The time is dawning a bad l sign or a reflection against but h,. must Inin I n position in every I govcinor I II" .,'rh. Itldrt "11 lit, n.'ci'.1.1| l uu" 'to ::.OI)

25,000::; whereas it was estimatedat when the republicans will be swept this fair state. For I would.! have levpett to carry out his contriut t the conference, told!,I t the ot ht.rgt't'u'uittu.s I .',.I..k I',M. tin "". t .I 11.' li'-'il Mlhftld )!
I that I tho fedi-uil, I i <>ni a miuirrd' di with C. A.
21SOO when the directory for services forIICI'bt from power and the democrats will you understand that the failure of t spu'c.ti ii y, promptly and sntisfactorily. I I, Ilhl'I'I. I I I' uteh in Himtiiry. of.,nu| Honrtl' of Horn,!
J 1923) was issuwl.1.Sanford.Loculshrin'l's bo given another opportunity to t 111l' t tax was, to Ins I mind I, III ofthu PrtiHticH nt Si'Inrko. I lit.h''ilt. 11 ctrtiflPilrlupk
thehe Florida banks is u result of public I is not Int'I"t'fltt'd -
l't F. Whitney, 38, linemanfor I most flagrant examples ,of I Ill'im'r"I.h.1 ) "Miuiil' to I |','r rent of tin) amount
the Florida Public Serv ic-e com- right the ship of state and, steer the failure of the mother: bank i in i inflicting I ponaltu-H t but I inhaling I 1' lihl situ 1 eh.'" I.. lit' |nyHlilo' I to th1oiiitl .
i i u.r t the goveinment nf ttoml. I lnint uf Hnidfonl/ .
laying her but power t. County
are puny who was instantly killed, safely over the stormy sea, which is located in Atlanta, GII.I tho dvpaitniont's roiul<1 iron- rlorldii, .

extensive plans for an elnbor- when his in witha until this time comes! the nation's i'I The speaker compared Flotilla', l11'u'l"n program carried out over its H.-pnrate states and All blilni,* .h.1 tpwify the I amount of
body came contact .
called on his fellow executive"; to l bond' lid, fin, th i Htm- wit hut whichIho
shrine ceremonial to be held
ate .
affairs will bo conducted in
high voltage wire near the Black a one- ,: hank failures with many otherstates : speedily. I I interpret, correctlythe I I itliIit'flt. ulll comply. with th..rm.*

here in October. Invitations to Bear sided manner, which will be for the in the union and j.'loridll's'' attitude of the members' of the assist in l'I'l' N'\'inl t the !wh'I"'I.Ill'l' t thcrrof lift,.r not ten "m ttlv,'n by I tho saul
will be extended tav'rn.1'0 at a given each state by I the constitution. S..r""r", of mud 1'.nl'' nf Itoml, 'rn,'t..ii
: interests! of the liquor and money bank failures in the I' they would rather
local undertaking parlor. The man'sfath'r arc minority."The department, pay ilIaC delivery nf U.n... cnn bo mini.
1 The ceremonial be the third to and C. K. men chiefly! ," the speaker said.Congressman people of this state need | a little more and have the workpromptly 1 In I "l.f.rinl to "tit. economy i-rtlfUd. rhrck almvtt ..r.rr'd In la toM
Whitney .
(ioveinor a rUn spoke of t Iho |M> di pmiti-d' a a""anl. of midinnro
be under the of 1.1 .
staged auspices the ,
Green introduced :
/: / was to exercise conversation and and ,
of Elfers: and C. D. Whitney of more cfic'nty 1'll'ri.1 with the bid "III.i'd. tho
of ('resident Coolulge in
local fhrin club. statement ,' of tin ,
\ by Dr. J. D. Watkins president more, help for their fellow-men, by ('Ut. ,. itfcuptnncB sun bid anti
Lake Wales attended the services. which the president accused! tho (hi fuilurf on thn part, nf tliw blddi', to
of the :Micanopy! chamber ofcommerce supporting the churches and! the Following Is a list of the appnr. comply with. I hit term thcn-of mmm. shall
Grnceville.-That the farmers in under whose auspicesthe states of spending,I u ton umouth in.tumt'y. )II.. ....I.h.r.,1 nn hitiiihiU, | ibimaiirami l ,
schools which are the backbones of c-nt low bidders whose names will
Tampa.-Florida highway traffic lti riMultu'd | ,
it' tho still
I > of bond
I The last t took out Ionr.
Jackson county have profited by diversifying law enforcement would be taken meeting was held, following a I this grand! nation" :Mr. Green said., be considered, in tho final nuarl jU\'I'nnlnt Y'II' I llUHttf'H.
their is to be seen brief introduction of the visitors of Florida i in hll..me I tIXt. more Hit id' minify iMindit nr*, tn b Inmiptl un.tl..r .
crops "The churches the backbone [ (If the : .
are great >
out of the hands of the sheriffs and contrll.ts hnpti" r III I i2Ii of Out ) Acla' of
I than the amount, the 11".1.1
three I
in this section. Already the farm- and, deliverance of invocation tills i
\ rural constables if a bill to be I of civilization tho schools I Thompson' & Jloseley, TumJ'II.prnj..t i-xtriioKlinnry ni>f>winn of I" .r tho Hlataof .
stale used i in j in addition 1 nnd, i bi IHHIII.d. for thv
ers have received about $150,000 by Rev. Scott However before introducing OP"I'llil 1.,1.1. pur
ranking second. contract pi'ice $!lu2> I. IJCharlotte :! !
sponsored by Gov. John W. :Martinat 1"I. IIOIK* of ,tmuliiitr .n,1 bnrd tar.ittIlir -
for watermelons $10,000() for cucumbers :Mr. Dr. "'atkin"rxpll'ined lo In tilt tiiI, of other taxes, liov. ".r.rlnl .
; < Green founty t ,ti canal I tmti ( romlN nnd I 1,1'. ". ttrndhitf /
the next session of the legisla. Congressman Green bitterlyuIt'ei lrlllulo ; I .
:Martin said.! oihrr puhhc ",, mtid. ltratifrdi'.IIItly.
cotton will be ernor .n
i and( soon the purposes! of the Micunopy I :M. Slimit ('o., Jacksonville, ,
turo i is passed. This informationwas I the republican rule, saying ) project I lorldn',..

on the local market.Tallahassee.The. received here by F. L. Cleveland chamber o'f; commerce reviewing that it is filled, with corruption. I .1!9.it, contract ,pi'ice, $ I',uu OJconuetc .- Following I the three-day.I confor- 'I 1 11., Still bonrd of bond triiHtna rrncrvetin .
I llitbt
I rcjit't ldlnHy
briefly its! accomplishments !)SI;(0> bii.lgoK, j I Flagler (' -nie beie, I the executive t and t their! liny .n.1' ni
state board of manager of the Tampa :Motor He was bitter in his denouncements "un. ordi r of I tin bonid of 1.". I","'.'ro of
I and citizen of will i I I be on lour or Hradfurtl County. I Inrldn.,
urged iv I iv os
every tvValtcr .T. 1 tryout, J.K,'kHonxille, tnl"1 I
of of the ; .
pardons will hold its final meeting club. The speed trapping system Secretary Treasury Andrew :, i:. M M \rrm-vv-i.:
:Micanopy and vicinity to join the [ project' fill! 1 1. control, 'Ice, $1 II 1t- t IIU Yellowstone National I I I'aik. ('liii iltil rI of ,.. .
pi llond 1'
of the year, September 11 1. and :Mrs.\ and, activities! of zealous rural C. :Mellon and,! Lincoln ( An. I rflisfl. .
I trade, body, which in ever strivingto OH.lli) :)I. Ra $ ,!i ( vt'rn'ur Martin' i has prl'llw,1II" Alliwt. I
County, .
: Bessie Gibbs Porter, the secretary policemen is "an outrage and is chews, the dry C7ar of America. l'II""tl grit irg ; f A. 1 I '
serve the best interests of nil tho n. \V. F.lliH, Titusville, 1 IW7. I I of FI..I'i.II'1 prosperity" S'criry., of 'rruait'lu1tl.s.i ,...
again requests that all who contemplate seriously injuring the state, the I He said :Mellon l i is an ex-brewer anti, projeit Ir"HI' 1..1
people. Dr. Watkins said that the contract ) nn t s trip ; wlll he n'I'IIII"'nV'I' ,i I )
price $1 09,130.10 Luke
that this 1.0110i i
asking for clemency for governor wrote Cleveland. cliciue' spent some $;
I :Micanopy chamber of commercenow grading. IlaKor & both I the I Rock, Mount I inns i News ,
000 in the recent PemiK.vlvnnia i COlnly. ; I
state prisoners send in their primaries FIIIs. N :
applications I has GO) paid! up members ivhichspenks Ocala, project 1531 contract and the I Denver I Post earned,I long' /( 1'1F
immodiately.MontverleMontvede. Bradenton.-"My: \idea of an Optimist trying to send! a wet man i i ,
1 well Micanopy: and that $2,737.02< :! Stiwanree rock i interviews! with him.i Similar attention Ii ,
County Tim) )
is a man who will promise. togo to the s 'na tc. II I'lr..I; Flirhlh' Jti.llolal
:\ vineyards, the chamber has set a goal of 100 I base; \\'. 1 P. :MiDoiuiM) (Conitruclion wits HbOWI him 1 New Or- <'irrtiit. i In nnd ,,' County, Stat
to church : .
on a July Sunday "We have Andiews, and,! :'Ilelion8iltinA' tV I loriiln I lit ".
laden with delicious ripe grapes morning in Florida and do it," said members! hoping to have the m m- there in Co., Lakeland T.roJ..1 01,1): contractlirice I leans. In all suih statements ho I Mirlum, Mnyi I...i*. by In,,'rIn
bership to this number within up Washington has emphasi/ed! the Hlrcnirlh! of I ml HI ml.' and m-xt i lond.
of just up $125,7OM.90); Citrus II.1.'I"'i.11 .
present a scene activity County,
i Dr. J. 0. Grogan at the Methodist proposing to enforce the prohihi- I I W. i I':. ,IIP.
the future. The dues of the i I treasure mid I her I Increasing -
now. A large force of men and church who attended the service in near rock base- ; Atlantic* Bridge Com.puny CnmplnlnnntVnniUff
tion laws and
is in chamber of commerce are only $1 they are making a Greensboro: N. j building I i permits i as !I I liefiat
boys employed picking tho I C., W.IIH
a body on the invitation of tho pas grand "failure" because they represent j projll'tH Cnlvln Wilnon, rl nl.
i Indebtedness.
grapes, which are taken to a packing tor. Himself a member of the a year. | <:::I-B. contract price $1)) 1.27.R/, that \1.ri.11 has no 1"1",1 I ln.f.>ndiinlii.
house where When Congressman Green took the wet and money intt rellt Jackson I In (Coloindi], ,> he foundn ,I /l, Til Inlt-l 'n.i. Anil l.mn. Cloud
a correspondingly concrete bridge
club, Reverend Grogan has an unusually With the of t'olnly. ; From Kent t.I.1.I.r : .
the he sail that he vast amount money state i indi'htcdness of $1 I $I.OOII.OOO.( )
large force of women and girls clear insight as to the aims platform was Wilson pipe! Co., Punta Gorda; pro n"bl..lo..
afforded, much when he some ten millions given him year while the city of I Denver alone was The COM )1'1.0 I I I'T 1 u" ,1" ntiovrlylM,
them for shipment. pleasure jeit contract price $ !>,201.- ,
pack ,
and objects of the international organization ly to enforce the prohibition laws I I-C. : rtniHii ISV flit fibd a nworit Mill i tIC c'...-
heard! Dr. Watkins saw that !Mica[ 20; Charlotte County conci.tcbildgp $1.(110.001.( ) ) 1,1,1..nl., nnd, luivlnu dorniindtd 1 an .irdfrri'fiilrltiir
and is one of the most Andrews could! dry up the Unite 1 | r.-riiil'i' tIll rt it's .fcn.tnnt' to
Bradenton.-Endorsement of the ('nthusa'-tic members of the club.TaIlahasseo.Incorporation nopy boasts of 56 live and active States if ho were working cease-! : ; M. \Vinti-iburn., Inc., ( vt.l'ultr' ituiIlrs.: :Murtin\ will I Hiiiil, hill, ff (''' ,. to iipptar" to .,10

Florida Exposition on Wheels has members in its chamber of com- Jaiksonville, projeit (Iml.! contract start Iu'k from \\'YfJinl this 1.1.
entiously toward, this end, Lex N.o Thiri.fnrn.. N.t IP* la hrn-by ftlvanto
been made by the Palmetto ('bomber fierce saying this indicates, thateveryone I I Isuid. price $121,213.11 I 1 1 1 I, Cliiy "Ollty. week. I 4 till I" WiUoji. if nllMor if d.iid. to
papers in :Micanopy is workng I hit unknown I'ir. di.vl.I ... h."nti-f* tipirrnnlKiN.
of commerce and the idea! of i l grading; Rroadh.-nt" Construction
for the Port Cahavnra and I ,
I nnd 1 t C M I lililill, If
using $12,000 of the $21,000: publicity Western Railway which hand in ham! for a better antigreater "I am proud that here in lor- Co., (Oinlii.)" projeit IHI-I.(! I contrnct Nit titus ii :Mayo[ conimiHHioner ofagi I or ,if dt;'ltd I. tn bin; unknown; :; h,,.:hilt.ir.*: .\U ilrfii nllvv.**.
fund of the for live community."Thci i iI | bin, we don't need any :Mellon! nnd price, $ I 73,2: 7.7!) Charlotte I li'utui'i. or Knmt..t. 1 .n,1 tn I I.el." M. I
county a plans to operate HO miles of track County, 'iculture, and'I John, C. 1.llill, I''iirhiill |Ir silt>. fir If .1 l. nd. tn bU unltnovii -
I train plan hns approved. The extending from Lake Home in 'e is no other organization, I Andrews to represent us! in Congress rock, base; It. C. I lufmul Co., I.nkpWalex stale treasurer, will I leave the capilol liMrn. divlHMM lt'gfltqS, or .'.nl..1 1''
outside of schools. and I churches or tho S'nate.Ve elect ourlepresentatives : nnd' VMIIIiim .1.( |iltI.. if "''h... or. diuid.
i Florida Exposition of Wheels will !Seminole' county; through Erevan,! I your I project Ilnc.! "ontrll.t price August r to visit the stiitopenitentlarus I tn bin ".k'"... In.'ir*. .1,", .ho. 4 l I,'tit.t's .
I tour the country this fall. county to Poit Canaveral have which may be of more benefit clean hands $282,7.)2.1i:; I Dade! county; grading; of A lain, unit, t Oklahoma i.r ftrnntipa, mid 'to IJf/nb: I ih ItIf -,, 'It..'.
1 hearts there I Him nr If d i. to In' mil, .
mil! to without their r o "MI It Ir
go is chamber
been approved by Governor: :Martin to any community than (n ::[" ",'0.1 Constrm'tion C 0., Tampa, and, 'Iar; ) lund, 'lo pr.paio for ,I 1.."ftn.H. hfliti' *n., tfrnnliih, ,nm l I' Wlldi .

I Orlando.-Grand opera will be and filed, with the secretary of I of commerce," :Mr. Green sail'' hands whole.tied, to represent:' the paoplo project I 0)r2, contract" price, $3,5'l-! (; :; I I drawing I i the plans for.. tin- new $alO( )Hit thin, unknown If W", "",'.|rn.I "tl'vis lit,!'.....nr-,. .if I, .. "......1.., tnnt. >

J played in Orlando during the coming state. The company is capitalizedat I in opening his speeth. "The purpose -' us a 21 I Citrus. (County rock biise; Itiond-l, 111) ) pl'i.," to Inbuilt, al Itaiford., uinulnM' 11 nd, ii,. K |II liny),n ,. nrit

I winter season( it was announced $:;00.000. Its Is I of trip chamber of commerce I II "The way; :Mellon' has handled, t the bent Con .truc-ti.,n ('n.i (Otala) ; |iruject I r I ill I...1.. ,to 'bl I. link riiiu/ti I I...i..t. ,. > jH
line to connect -- -- I" '. grltllt,,. iiitti S. ;, )i.* ,Pm .
i here nv members of the Orland with the Florida East Coast Kailroad. i is everyittly's, I business, and, cvery- European; debt, settlement cjue-stion $ TiHll!I. ,contract price' $1 I l"inw |I| .- I II I if iiliv, >",. IfI.i.i.l,l. t lit bii."H. ii"ivnI "

:Musical Festival association following | one should! help. has been Ii farceI don't believe' I() (Countv i rock, base; I I'eleison .. '. ,1.Is.I.N. ,' .,,.4 n. tlttI",,, Mill!
Titusville to he !"l I II W .
|is headquarters GrDve'sTasteless VI".ri ,r If .1 .1.| ,n
: the final negotiations! with for the new railroad. I "I feel sure that the :Micanopv\ ( the people' of the United States Kiirrihint, MuntiromcrA'n' Ill IlhIhithItIci'. ,h,|.I 11",|,.VM. ?. I, vu,", I .r
chamber of, to should! be made to hour ." i' t" in,I .. .7. K;. I I. nt
a large opera company. The company commerce helped getI : E'lropo'Ifinnneilll pi"feet .I.I.I 1 eiiiitrac' t prii, '< $71 I, I r >. nil"i'',iv h I'..it (' 1"'I.' ,,.", mli.
: wll play here one week anil Tiillahnssee.. .\.nno Sharpe, I i the short road! across I the prairie' burdens and, I voted to 27.1.fi'i: );' St. Johns. t Count'. '.Ii'I"i'thrjlgts \" Mi, \. l Mm, .I.. r,'..1,1.','..nl, ./f v, '" |,,,r.

I he1'enIicannpy: and! Gainesville: make them The republi- l 1 '"lily. Million. .,n I i r'ti.I' ; |.
t will give a repertoire of operas to physician at the Florida State Col.loro pay up. ; I Duval I'ligineei: me. & ., / Kl.".1.,. n rHII.,.t ,.r ,S, '.

I be selected bv the committee. ( for AVomen last year, will not I nnd, my friends, I assure you that | tans are playing polities with lhn, ('ontrlltingo ('(,., Juc'ksonvillc, *. project t Chill Tonic 1 I., .' ..i' ..11,1)"' 11".1.! ..".I| .r-all)
I ,
I'll .
1,1 ,
it gave me much pleasure to travel matter nt tho expense of the American 01.I contract !) I'wir sty 11-i r 'tHi
j jlover priii $1i>: ::il' I ,
hold that d. r I ii" .Intf iliMrrilml, .
; position in 1920-27! :! ) ac.cording : I Inn"ti. i I.. 'HIT
Number on"01 i .
Winter Park.- ( this road in coming to visit! ] taxpayer. ('"IUII.il County ruck, ha-- ; II !E.; A Body Builder for Pale. ..1 i u.," i. Hi. ( -inlir .t' llrn.fi) ,. ""|
to Pr. Edward Conrad! ,.
I ume XX, of the felling College I, this evening. Your bond! "The day is. dawning when the "i- '.C I 1",1.1.l nnil innn ,IIHK, ,,t' iily
I you Wolfe St.
of Augustine! project u 10-! ; .1 I..III..I' I it ",.wil *
provident the institution. Dr. I Delicate Children. r oc 1.I.w.
Bulletin has just come from the to ba rntulated Democrats will be into : I > Ilii, ".."Hi .III.-, ,
are ( i.-n upon swept power contract price, $90.2> :! : Highlands h,1 .r "" ''h. .t t "imrturif '
Rollins is distributed Sharpe tendered her resignation 1:10. I (Ill., ., ijimrtt'r nf Sir! .
and being ,1' itt ve,
I ,
press their decisions to open the causeway and then agriculture and other: rock basc ,
I I'. -.li' I
the dose of the 11'2! :>-2I5 term. Next C'Jnty. I I 'i 1 iuhL 1"'h.' {(MM I ,i"" \ 'two
from the office of the college/: Paine's Prairie. industries, will Justice ,! the' liHIHHts: 81111" rOKh, .
across i iI trot an (;"v'rnorl'tln:\[ will! 'pour' cir- :(uri" K; '0 I AM < | I'ont.lln.
under tho direction of business month she will sail for London to I *.,,fUu I H >iinl,by U<.r" KM'. ml ctfitilnN I nIl nh s,.,t uiinilir of I 11 I I.. ..nl) ",ntimirlir.
"N'o other section of the state I wealth of the nation will be .
II ilo special poRt-irradunte study I cuit court judges into the counties .imti' .... iliHtrtltuU' .* I M iiml. n'l'1 IH ,IHMIIH isv. I its nnrlhmf\ ] of I Ihi- ii.nih I I,
manager, W. II. !Short.' It is bound, offers so many splendid possibilities evenly distributed, instead of bcng where the state road! depaitnic' in nil, eluiirn imnlri't tl<" ixtnto "t K:. !o. l nuni-liT., of lit. nnrtliiMHl' iiimi.r' .. .t I 'o I :,5
in blue has gold seal tho cover work and] on returning will bo connected : I l'.utt'i,. .|.< irt. a on .
as does :Micanopy[ and, Alachu" controlled! by a few in The 'J'.n.h'l
men I .
with the John Hopkins university : hu"inl condemnation suits to get tilt diiimlily, ) flII, ,'nt' kut,',lt tn. I 1.1. Si "I' I ii Knnui Tui''''y' u |;',
and contains 102 pages.:\ counties whole. I : ., iiml. his I" of I II lit., Stir, I I. I
I and :Marion iu- a nation. rlghts-of-way for highways to lh. < MII"ly I J'nlKiof' Ir.l.r,1( County.I 1'1. nl "I mrt.p
as a student physician in I I.lorlilii) wit,.h." nn T vcnr .m "CO or I Oiiintillci ) mi,) ftt.t )hnlf ,if I I iI..ihl ti I lvil4, 'I" irtrrl
Tampa.-The old pocket-book special work. 'i have visited every section of the "Surely if there ever was n state rlffhlt-of-way for highways," he- will In, .hi il bur t h..I.. And all l I.r Mwllim Slxlii'ii. 'I'.,whtltti I ,.It ,. "uh,

state and the soil here is the best. God has smiled] upon it Is Florida, ," told! Dr. Fons! A. ,', chair. !><.rnrjim Intti lii< .1 l .., *nt't' flint' t nro rc- I j, 'u.. Twi.nly.iwo Paul: .
stunt used to flim-flam Tampa Hathaway; 1'1. northiiiHt ., ,
was 1 hut r..il ti pay Oi.ir tiUl ili'tif / r with In iinniii'r if I 11 I irl I h"antluiirnr
negroes out of their savings, it was P'nlnl'oln.-Thousands of auto- 'j and that is why I am working overtime -: tho speaker said/ and<1 I assure you, 1 man of the state road! department, tho undrniKnt'I. "l Admlni-Uraloi 'J 1 lilt 13th Ihc. .ii.-l hnlf ,,r I n Ill, ,., .?I "out
in Washington to bring ti friends that I 'lay of July. IIEI3. l iimrt.' r of Ih n""h.1 qu irl", r. I; rn-
[ conscientiously i
my am I .
announced here by police in telling/: mobiles have already crossed Flor recently. I. 1C MJ'ICM. A.lmlhUtrHfor.' nierit. Lulu OniTwo/ 'llirn anil four ami

of the arrest of five negroes charged /:- ida's new Kacambia bridge Sictiiin
as lower freight ratei and better : our nation continue to produce! bill huh in'H; 7.te.4gt4J40.rcru'p wi.nly 'ivn, Tuwnnhl(
with duping/: members of their to observation here. Many was passed" I Mvhl S..Ih. I sinus. TM-ntviwo KIIHI
i -- ------ ,,
tourists I shipping facilities in every way patriotic !sons America will remain\ and which provide for the judire' ( Thi. NItI'hw..t ""o'I'r iif lh. n.irlhwctt
from other states
race. Those held gave their namesas were ( : ft. I'MUHATIOVI .lIl.t nrlir of Si.ll n l vrnty-lhn.,.... ,..
One way to accomplih this Is bydeveloping i I the goddess of liberty and justice have I "' ttii JnttrforJ\ H. f.an l lOf .vn.hla
Pierce Thompson, "Poor :Man" seen. The span was described by : to a valuation set on a I'ilcl I "It..t' I Mvhl: h. ICHHKH Twrnty.,wo tH"I.:
HI "' < Hv-|] Huridtl. May 2t. I'lii. ,.
Al iioilliwwt
our waterways. the speaker, concluded.l ipinit r nf l I
of under ltli.I
dispute to .
Charlie Chicagoan monument. property require I .h..o
a .
Charley, Frank Putnam as a )"26. tftTtnl Nt 020023.Notici ''"oh'r "r !hrs'tion "
Sam and Johnny Galloway. though the Democrats are working l ml'etinth'n/: was adjourned. the road department to post U li.nl,by itt., n Dint Albert Mill .1mr. i Kliibt: $.,hith. ICunu T.en'y.w"'w.nly..h. T..n.hlt

Ocala.-A feature of the police in the minority in Washington we I by Dr. Watkins and about I f):> of double the appraised valuation, and! :l .. of H.ork.! Hurftlii loln.t'R.l who l, on lolh.r"I. > : '."v"r""nl Lots Mv. anil, S.. I.t.I, .

Sarasota.-The Sarasota county and firemen's field) day| exercises to 4 ... ,.. ". n." .. '" _.l. .. 4 r I."" ... the audience then went to the then to allow the road! department "" 12.. .. North mnl.hnl of N"nh'a.t>onty fiunrtcrHnuthwi'Ht I I "lion I I'w."ly.t"COS. .fowimhip EastI : Nine SlOth lung

chamber of commerce sent to radio be held here August 5 next under 1! conditions ; we are discussing a Dniley hotel, where a banquet! "was to proceed with work on the land I North*.mtt '1'irtfti-r'I"nr.r.*.f N.rh..t Northwvnt"|."rt'I.nrl.r.I..el" r .. l I'I hut you nnil ,.n,'" of ya .. r. 'lut..1| to

the auspices of the Marion county waterway canal from const to coast I on tap" /given: by tho :Micanopy while tho condemnation suit In be- I' J. I'twiiHhip" ft Mouth' tongs !2 iil-lioar to sail| lll of (omnlalnc I In lh
lecturers letters asking/: them to ... uliov alyliNl, ..
.J-HHt: Tn nhnMn Mtrlillnn. tin. Mud nn Monday, lh.
tell the truth about Florida. Three Protective Association will be the through the state, and this canal chamber of commerce. Places were ing trl.l. has been brought to the tide tit ,infi riti,in mnkn Ihreo-ymr proof nn, day J of A"KOM. A It. 1026.

of water battle between the members according to the proposals", Will, laid for G5; at the banquet anti,! 02) supreme! court for review by property I I tn. ffttHtili' clnim. to .the land a"\ replies have been received two i ..1.J b.torn 1:li rk the lecturers, signifying/: their Intention of the local fire department and the i: pass directly through/: the second I t of these were filled.It owners in Hrevard county. MnrMn, on th. ftth day of July, 1020. r,," r".' ..,"4'i't uilva I".h.h./' w.,1..me., .?u art|jarur.w| .|

county sheriff's forces. congressional district of Florida, I[ was then moved) and seconded) Should the court hold! this amend!, i Clamant' nnmn wftnr.HtAH I County, Miirrnpli a n.WMiill.. T .I'' i ..1 J JNR 1
lecture Florida at i'n itni .
on of Htnrko.' HorMa. .r ) Si; ,
date and the third saying tle, The Ocala fire department Issued it gives me pleasure to sn) that Congressman Green and Sen.ator merit unconstitutional the road, ,department jam<',Ildeklnnl.Austin. uf Htnrkr. Klun.Ju.Jon ""..y. .1..d.v""r.1 .1..1." D".rd

early will be taken after h, the challenge for such a battle to':' "The agricultural interests I I J. :Maxey Dell be elected I hon would be slowed up )1m- <..fe.. S'nk.' Florida.K "" AND OKI-FRFO: at Stark.. llr.l.,

matter from his vacation.St. up the members of the sheriff's office should be protected it all times" orary members of the :Micanopy measurably, except for the fact that HI.. M-.oitoi": t'lo.ld.&: c;. rrcoM I 1 r.r'Count/ tIllS I 11th day of July. A.D.,

returns and it wag quickly accepted. Despite : Congressman Green said "and I ,, chamber of commerce. This honor .21.GI.a-20 It4-ifi.tef 1)26.WI' rNESS tIn hand soil >.al! .f O VVlilormun .

Petersburg -The Pinellas the advantage that the fire- have worked unceasingly for 'hose :,: was accorded them with a rising any time. Senator Dell pl'dgrc! OF GU.'HII/AN fUtE I ho\ oal' of. 1-rk paid 1 Court of saul, Court .wall .

County Power Company's $12,000000 ,- men apparently have over the law' voting on several occasions for 1 j,, vote. Congressman Green responded Mi co-operation in any way possible 1OT/rF. aft, dole hf>rt>or on to-wtt : ,''I O VT !
enforcers sporting fans of this': farm relief. I vote I with 1'he IHth I" r of A"u.l. 1Q2H. J the un. 1 r''.'l< Clreult ALDER\'N..
improvement project. extending conscientiouslyand appropriate words, offeringhis : and thanked the people of :Mica dvnftrnfxl, ruardmi, > fur WUll M WU' *. I I f.q1tI.l County. Ardlor,

from this city up the West Coastto community are about even on the let the chips fall where they services to the; :Miconpy cham nopy for the honor conferred upon Arthur WU*. Freeman Who anI./ ) I WAIION" TSEf.
Wine. Minor hair, ot Pot /1, I'alaiha.' .
the Georgia line and calling for favorites. will, having no big money or liquor : ber of comerce and Its people at''1 him. 4 will apply t th. Honorable' A. Can II- 1 Sol! cltor for .Complainant.FRIDAY. T..4tS


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. ---- ble rock industries in the state I spent one day of last week herewith
\ :::
i 1.a.1.a..S Oil Brings Riches But No when compiled into the various terminal I friends. v

district and published offi- I Clyde] and Wilbert Hall spent

-. j dally by the government will showin !Saturday,; with relatives] at Hamp

Hired for a comprehensive way Florida's ton. ,
Help "Granny! { business resources and transportation .

needs for the coming year. CHURCH SERVICES

1'hont. 2t!) --
'; sudden. rlch8 that oil
, t ; have mode little change I BAPTIST
1 NEW RIVER I :Mi-i. Win. Kirkland and daughter. : 'In t the life <>f "Cranny" Crowe, : I
I W. !Sheffel.l' and :Mr. RogersI Rev. Thomas Hansen pastor
Honnx' Belle, of Tumpu, arc : CT-ytarjjkl wornnn who 'him a littlejnrenoiir I I
were visitors to Waldo Wednesday., Sunday school, 10:00: a. m.
)Ir" (!L \\'. *-!app| has re-Mimed! t.,1 Ihe" (1"f'ic"-ts'' of :Mrs. Kirklands' bro | | Owcrmljoro. I Ky She Mill I!, Mr. Thomas Oldham .,t Jacksonville Morning worship, 11:00: a. m.

i licr hnin" IIP"r'I1lill"" u while t hl'/i. E. J. King chilel- flour her own housework wears ]i I was a visitor here one clay B. Y. P. U. services 7:00 p. m.
t In 1 llnt.nu'tlie guest of her sitter- I ;Mrs Aden Srinrkman und gingham Ilr"" t.. refuses to ride 'In /
, z : I 1 lust week. Evening Worship 8:00: p. m.
nf Urnnforcl are the guests of an automobile. or travel outside e of l
in-la. Mrs.: A. 1) Conner
I Mrs Gillett and daughter Char Mid-week service Wednesday,
A. A.
:Mr. Spnrknmn's sister her counly.J
:Mrliodvvin; if 1'rookcr is i spending -
lotte, and son, Herbert spent last 8:00: p. m.
McDonald.:' J She doesn't: do the plowing tiny
a while here with her grand- I Friday at the home of G. W. Shef I We cordialy Invite you to worship -
daughter :MrH. :M.' F. \\'Iuuins.ch".1 \\'. M.: Kirkland of Tampa visited more. Uut probably thin la because o with us.METHODIST.
friends and relatives here this I there Is no longer any plowing to be field.Mr.
here :Monday, July .
:' and Mrs. A. Hall/ and daughter
week. done. Eleven oil derricks oro scat I ti CHURCH
12, under the management of :MissJlaudo I \ '
tered over her land pumping up the Eliza, of Hampton :Mr. und _
: Mitch: ll, principal, and :Miss' Kevixil Semites>; at Ifamptfin r
"bliick told" that bus brought her :Mrs. K.: L. Youngblood] of Graham,
revival services which began Enoch :Marvin\ Rooks Pastor.
Bessie Branne-n, assistant The wealth. '
:Mr. and :Mrs. A. 0 ]Hall of Waldo,
I). W. Kelley and son Hustle at the Baptist church July I 11 I I. Two years OKO. Mrs. LuclniluCrovo attended the Party at the home "fMr. The hours for our Sunday and

Reddish, Andrews :Mr' 1 B!, I F. H.nfrop 'l closehere) July 23. This series had practically nothing.' : She and Mrs. O. C. Hall Friday I mid-week services are the usual
was born on the form\' from which
and ...hillr..n1'1', (' transactingbusiness ; of meetings is said to bo the most ;her rich' Income Is now flowing. She evening I hours on.11'11 known. We are

in Lake Butler Saturday ,i successful and far-reaching revivalof ''married b..d'en. children nnd Messrs. B. E., W. II and A. C. always Clad to have you Next
conducted in this twenty was left a widow. morning subject will
afternoon. I religion ever _year.- ago Hall of Hampton were visiting Mr. o Sunday our

Mrs. W. E. Yarborough and, song: immunity. They were conducted nays Left Robert Hick Wednesday. be "Burning Hearts" followed with

Johnie, of Raiford( were visiting by Evangelist) A. V. Pickern of Vi- ( JTho" -rocky, barren land yielded ft Albert Stringer of High Springs communion service and that for

relatives here Friday. i iVT. dulia Ca. His non, J. B. Piekern poor living when there were the six the evening/ hour will be "Surgery"

transacting 0 Cadwc-11 Ga., was asBociated boy to work It Cut they married with
T. Turner was of I a short dramatic prelude com.
'! in the meetings conducted end left borne leaving "Granny" ;. ",,,,.. SEABOARD !SCHEDULESEffective
business in Lake Butler Saturday. with him I Crowe and her daughter Clara to i ing just before the sermon. Last

B. F. Renfroe and Ron r.v.r..lt'l the* music and rendered many; .make their own wo)'. III..... Lurlmala (Crowe hrr daughter :Mrs. KJ: lU.kctf. and It.* old hams I 12:01-: --A.M.: July 18thschedule I Sunday night it was an interludeillustrating

were business visitors to beautiful solos I But they were discouraged not atall. stead Ilia they bought by plowing ftel...... They. own eleven oil wells nc...' the sermon, but this
Saturday morning. I! Last Thursday eveningwhile > In fact they decided to buy up I changes and trains will time it will preceed it Come on y
r the Interest of the other *4s heirs was no money for fertilizing or for run ns follows:
every pew in the church was filled bo Implement, approximately five feet thick was time if you like this feature.
that the U? acre' of hlllM and new Tho house built '
MILLIE I .\. KltfMN: and many were standing the audience anderbrush would be all their own before Civil War dll).. was. sadly. In found and l/eluw that a quantity of I No.1. Jacksonville to Tampa

were asked to stand and engage Tbere' was only' one way to do It. need of repair natural jjas. The house. In heated I due Stake 11:00: P.M.:' I I'RESBYTEIII.ICf1URCH

W. A. Brown son of :Mr.' and i ilrA. in singing praises to God.! and that was to ow and plow and ] Strangers came one day looked and lighted ty gun from one well I No 3, Jacksonville to Tampa,

) H Y. Brown, of Starke, who While they were united in Ringing hMrket ,their produce. thenuelves. over the land examined the rocks and the gas from the other heica/ la. I due Starke 10:35: A. M. I Sunday school at the usual hour. iJ

passed away at his home in Ode qri "\V,. Are :Marching' to Zion" 10 for poll year where they cultivation worked the was few possible.little for that the hud family made existence Royalty so difficult allowed to escape, or la burned like i I No. 303, Jacksonville to West :M. Truby, superintendent

Wednesday following a short ill. of the Ku Klux Klan attired in !"orann."elc1 the plow and Clara signed and drilling! was papers marled were for a torch to keep down the odor o, Palm Bench due Starke !9:50 A.M.:' I I INo. Morning hour of worship at 11

ness arrived in !Starke Thursday their regalia marched slowly ,I"wnthe tea the.r caJcltrant fend emaciated oil. from Each: month ,thi-io, coiiieH a ( bet k 811, Jacksonville to West o'clock. Preaching/ by the pastor.

morning, accompanied by his family i isle] of the church, stopped' in _: Found Can and Coal I I.ClOouny. Crowe for Palm Beach and !St. Petersburg; Subject of .sermon, "Who Are

for interment at New River front of the pulpit and handed to ri La"W..n.O"lrtMJl1 _,,- ...... That was In November 1924 Recently Into nine o iuul' i,,rt.... To the six due !Starke, 10:0(5: ( P.M.: Christians, Text: "He Is a Jew

Cemetery: The deceased Is well IJev. W. H. Hicks n letter which he! the little bank account" had the eleventh well was broughtIn sons who married. and left tar. KO No. 2, Tampa to Jax due Stnrke Who Is One Inwardly."

known throughout Bradford County of the audi n to 1Oe.. and with this they a 100.barrel producer. Some of six of the ..ha,,,... 'II,'r aged brother 5:0.-: : A.M.:' The pipe organ adds. greatly to
read in the presence ghI vpall of the other Interests them bring 'In but little others aieRood her daughter" und IIl'rbl.ICo"t the
and was a resident of this placefor ence. It read on follows: I lh."tarmTl... ."Clara. married hut all are producers. The other three. If she kept what rlwlit- No. d. Tampa to Jay, due Ptarke t the church music and song "service.,

several years. Rev.V.. H, Ilic-ki Pastor Hampton 61e1eeA.r ___ ,.I well' are located on all parts cf the fully 'IH hers 'Jianny" would I.e 1:02 P.M.:' Those, who are lovers of !good mus.

He IB survived by bin parents, liaptNt ("hul'l'h.lI"m"ton. lily IhM't4a9. chi Irnd "I i>rc- Crowe tract each connected by a rich. Hut" she would mtliir give .U I No. 301 I, Tampa to max clue ic will ho glad to enjoy the pipe or-

and wife, who before her marriage! Florida.Esteemed loftily ... opt and would produce pipe, line with four large Storage, away them buy """..,. el.iiiKernuH I Stnrke! 0:2:; P.M.: I gan. We will have no evening service -
M gala ao IIIfttter bow bard IUrk> tanks. tAIm a u t u mob I lie I 8" or "hluh/ falutln' I.
was Miss Rettu Douglass of the* .. "Wannee rnnrh"o I during August t. "so' all should
; Sir: 1-.e.lpraling,\There _drllllnij the wells. a vein of cool clothes.: I
booker section, three children and, : A.M. effort to be
trexpress o No. 101 Leaves !Starke G:30: make a special present
Our purpose is, by this means -- -
a brother and sister.\ church I No. 102 Due Starke 3:15: : P.M. at the morn ins! service Rememberour
through you to your : .. ,..
-- --- --- road, materials included in "
DeWitt C. Jones mortician In in building T. J. Griffin Agent. motto: "Watch Us Grow.
and this community our hearty appreciation /
charge of arrangements. of the. splendid effortbeinir I the survey.
Starke Chamber of --
A made to uphold high tol1l"urll I, I

TJratl"nt-.l1rll.I'nton, Manatee Theio.stionrmirc\ asks for five
of Christian: living and moral'ty. |
and Palmetto noon will have an addition Commerce Notesthe specific things! -stocks on hand as Get Your Money Promptly

to their present fraternal circles total
of certain elates in this year,
American Liberty, our pricelessheriGttte s I 'I
If the plan of t the Loyal Orderof is a gift of God, and "!I''..H'I --- shipments and total receipts for HAROLD. C. WALL

Manse are carried out. CharlesM certain periods how shipments and,
tl'rrmli"illllll'e is the price of liberty the ,. althuiiuh
that the town's
: NUntllwr.11"n prosperity. 1111,1 1
1. Rzii hen. district supervisor for receipts for certain periods how Represents the Best Leading Insurance Companies
Pre>testant Chrstiunity is the o t tho activework by the body growth" depended. on first settlm)
this section, resident of St. Petersburg
shipments and receipts were shipped -
bulwark of American liberty amour 1 has been, suspended" I, mailing! out of up the countryside. FIRE ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE BOND LIABILITY
i-i here with a corps of nssint- I and, an estimate of the consuming -
ministers must ever be recognized ',0 the booklets and anHWerini the .* .* *
ants and exports: to establish n Ini-nl of the
capacity Jocality
l as watchmen who lire to "('ry fineries covering a territory from ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY I II
That the
organization not
lodge of the fraternity I was
which the business' is being conducted
I I' aloud and spore' not "against the Texas to the ('''"lIdian border, (goeson far wrong is shown by the trend! olreal for the commodities, dealt

evils which threaten to undermine almost\ dail,'. And there are estate activities I ._
O"nlll.A feature of the police over practicnlly in during the coming winter
our civilization, still people. in Florida who arc dm. I '
and firemen's field day exercises' to the entire state. A real effort months. For producers another
I Wo beg to extend to you your covering Stnrke for the first timeund
be held here August 5 next under is now being made to developthe ) question will be asked-the production ATTENTION I To Poultry Peopleof
II.hu/'I'h./ Evangelist Pic-kern as t o want to know something about
Idle lands into farms instead
the auspices of the Marion county and Bradford
capacity production
average CountyWe
I all Evangelical Christian churches,, it. Several hundred, pieces of mail
of cutting into 23xIO:
Protective Association will ho the acreage up for certain months.
I assurance, that we stand sent nut during June, and Julyto .
every were
water battle between the membersof foot lots. .C r e buy any amount of POULTRY and EGGS at top market
ready as our organization and a> those revpnndinK to the utlvcrI ..
the local fire department and the individuals to support and defend 1 I! using placed, in the north and west In addition, to the information being price, and assure you prompt remittance\Vhat have you
county sheriff's forces. I J. E. Cumminir A. & I'. Ware furnished the individual offer H'l're for '
with our means and our lives ev .* pro. I to ? or write us prices.
Tho Ocala fire department issuedthe 1 house, Jacksonville, wants to get ducers wholesalers etc., the department -

challnngc for such a battle to cry ritious cause. From the "Show :Me"' state comes in touch with some one who can is calling the domestic SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO.-
We enclose herewith a contribution ; upon
the members of the sheriff's office news of some of those who are interested furnish him with strawberry plantsfor steamship companies touching I Jacksonville 20 E. 8th St. Florida
which will accept as u further
and It was quickly accepted.! Pe- I token you of our sincere appreciation in this section and with his itarden. Probably he hUH Florida ports as well as railroad.

spite l the advantage that the firemen the rciiicst" for literature' was thostatement tasted.I the! Bradford county variety lines serving this state for statistical I
of the work being done in thi-I
of their intention to
apparently have over tho lnwenforcers and likes
this I meeting "Cry aloud and spare, I come to Florida' this full. J. L. ""00 them.. data concl'rnin"'urloull com-
sporting fans of e S We 0
modities handlu-1! into and out of can charge
community about even on the not. IVrrin mod,. :%01. P. I'errin' of :Milan' your
are the The WiMwood chamber of commerce Florida., Thin together with the YES HRS
Serve and Sacrifice o
Yours to J
favorites.. Mo.:\ M.:' I.I IVrrin' of Brunswick
II is arranging a motorcade information
separate covering
tight I :Mo., A. IVrrin Calloo, :'01"., Dr. STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's .
(Signed ) The Ku Klux Klnn. for the middle of August which and, shipments being furnish
HAMPTON IVrrin, Monrelmc, Mo.: J. iandy; ,
I will make a run thruulthe tI ed by the principal fertilizer
of the letterRev ,, pe-
After theresiding :Mendnn.' .'01" A. .'.Mdiueen :Mik' .

:Miss Janetto Burden and (cousin flicks, Evangelist Piekern and' :Mo., N. S. I.ockhart" Fulton, Mo., I Florida and return home throughthe troleum lime rock, naval stores,
.'I' counties In Georgia; bordering and l phosphate hard rock and pcb-
his cxpte-HKcd I their asppmcinstion
Herbert burden haveKeine on a i ""II. are among the :Missionian If they Garage StFarake

motor trip to Americus, <;Ja., this of tho hearty, (',,-opl'rlltioll.I I cons in fit oh lies like t his, :MixHouri, on the Florida line.. .
The K. K. K. mare-hcd. slowly| out of *
week, will have a fair representation in Two-Piece Frocks
C..1. flirt and family ore spending :I the (church giving the evangelist) liriidfonl county. :Members' of the Cincinnati Ohio

u few clays in Tampa the* guestsof and his singer u hearty hand, shakeas .* .* .t .ell. number of commerce Interested in
I .. __ ___ ,_ _._,_ ..
:Mrs. its t' :Mr. and they passed by them. Florida are working on plans to ':- T U ..._.
I li, MifUinma, 1'. (>. Hox 37\ ,
firs Abb I.aine. I The Christian people' of all denominations make a tour of Florida, in November
I i Jacksonville, I Flu, iiiki. the chamber
Mrs. W. r.lIlCoo.1 left last participated. in those, of commerce to furnish him if they can organize a sufficiently REDUCED RATES

Thursday for Hoydton, Va., where 'wonderful "services with their I the names of "Hevcrul reliable and largo party.S ,

she will visit her mother, :Mrs' G.I! songs prayers!. and every means of I, honest I'nrimTHho; are poking fur .* *. BLUE BITS LINES

F. Callahan. support that they were able* to render The questionnaire for the Florida -
i share croppers for fall crops this' I.KAVK: : ". ''.\ltI.1': TWIC K II,\1,.'", :>IultTII111: !SOI'TII
Mrs.V.. U. Alexander' has as her they helped to hold up a high >'eur nod for next spring "Any transportation field survey being -

guest this week her mother :Mrs.M. standard of Christian living and farmers of the county who have made by the department of =-== To JACKSONVILLE $1.30)

Maynard, of Alaclum.Miss morality. I land they will farm on shores next commerce is in the mails and, every ------ GAINESVILLE .70
Lois Terrcl, of Jasper was' The 1 c hi art 1 received eight additional l I fall and Kpriiiir may cnnimunicate wholesaler producer, jobber retailer i 1- -- -- OCALA S1.70)

a visitor here last Thursday.Sirs. I me-mbers\ and was r..ntlyrl'vl.1 with :\MfClnmntn: direct or if contractor and other tpnU| >rs in I TAMPA: $-1.95

Ray Smith returned to her spiritually. I' Starke should, receive one, their
will the '
they cull on secretaryhh = s Tickets and Information at CURPEMMi(j DHl'G( STORE
home here last Thursday after a Kvangelist: Piekern and his son i I will put :Mr. :\\1\'<.'luml11u in touch names being furnished by the ====- .' : .

visit with her brother, Mr.: Hodges, left Saturday morning for their with thl'nt. chamber of ,'"nmlen','. They were .t... ... -,- .-------- ... .. ... _' _-_4

of Orlando. homes in Vidaliu und Caldwell Ga. I .. .s .* #. mailed from the office of A. Lane -

Mrs Shurchouse of Hawthorne,I They received from tho good: 1 |>ee>. "richer director of the survey,
That HI,. extreme northwestern ,-
has been the guest of her sister pIe of the town and churches a freewill Jacksonville Those who do not receive ..... .
I state has heard nf Florida i 114 nhown
Mrs. L. G. Johns, this week. urr"rlllor! $100 each. this blank may secure one = : ,
in the request of .'.Jam Hevill BeeS -- J. R. DAVIS & CO.
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the chamber of
- -- ---- -- --- I from commerce oroIirPI.t = =.. =
i !I. Clipper1'nshinglon! for Information =
= ;
f'om11', : Crlcher.

Trying Cal's Fishing Hole on lirndford*. .* furnss.S .* .*

r v Itradford,' county hits an area uf. All information !given In answerto \ 't INSURANCE: 1
rf the questionnaire is strictly confielontal --- t I\J :
45. Illl.iliU\ luico; ii) farina there are ( \ [I'l-- t
l+' re to the bureau of foreign 3(1 f:
K l :11.l1IJ: ) aces and of these .It.Hl'ln 1 tt}. AGENCY ESTABLISHED
und I domestic commerce and any ti : 1886
ri' then-" were only I 111,111:1 I : acres = :,.
published material orpornteel In
I in actual, riiltivntion last year, Tint Ih. I Itt'. _
these data will not disclose, direct I ,. I h., 't__ "_ STARKE FLA.
mount there are over I ROn() acres 11'' 'l
ly or indirectly, the reply of any _- .
'. .h."r-I\--
of laiiil randy for cultivation that II :
1 I. individual or ,concern Mr. Cricher =--'=. -\f-.tll.\\ W '
4. is rL& w ora nc.t tilled! in 1UJ3. :: :
states. .
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.* e .* .* .. I IUn.I'r -.- --. oC ...., ... .. ---'-________ .... ,
Figure, what it would mean to
i "nil ether ilealers" uhouldbe (
the county, the town and the tax. \
included who
those developer GIIAUGING
I payers' if tlwu IS.OiM acre were I
nre receiving n amountof .
I put in active use by aettlerx.Ve I building materials. Upon receipt OE3O -oxaoBATTKHY o a o cs zrsa OIIOGuaranteed
would! still have another lOO.OOci!) !:
of the questionnaire they
acres to make into prospcrnusl I I Ii should write the word! "developer"in Hours

s sl + i farms and. home j the "all other elealers" pace and r 8 Service and

.* .. j answer all questions' pertaining to I' !

While other sections were ctill their business youthfulness. nf 11\0' two pi'frock ..,. Service SatisfactionStern's

planting and selling Kind measured' .* e. .e .e has. en.'at..lllq.C" l ulch In i idohlonablo m
finer. that It n one of |
aCr.. .art' by the foot the Starke chamber oq l 1 There also U included in tho list the most popular styles I ,m .el.infi* Garage

Iteairlet .mss or New Yolk are out !? bout I commerce "started, its campni to of those to receive this question. frocks as well as for d..)tlO.II wear. ,
'y1t1u| Alice Golden and MUM. XM.Its IMnencamp. have settlers in and, land l lj I above IS of w..lte i canton i '
h.-le ut como buy naire The one
presidentiecoda.. 0 n ( troul city and county engineers bodice 'Phe skirt AgenU: EXIDE Batteries Phone 1
the Itic'
So far, Mr.Cin In the leu.1. j by the ACRE' at price., belicvinir' who buy brick, lime rock and other crepe fur the .U plain u( silk. .. .... -. 87 d'



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Downtne i-on < L onr Trail Again OKCHKSrUV I ii"i uln, on, I In. "Hili, .liiy at Si-pli-mlii' r, \P28.
i > i Inininnt' nittm** wltntMpti'
I! ViroitD I'AHMI'liwcll's \.X Mrlrkliiril' of Binrko, HnrUlii,
j ..In".I".r. Sl.rl i', I lurliU.'
i Bits of .I...' rlffl.. Slmkc, Florltln.
\ Famous 1'iilillorn, Perform' I'. Sii.ncf. nf Ptnrko. FltirliU.i.r.dlti.li .

SpecialsAt t tI For Prisoners I IState ." : tno\!
I t "' .

local Nevis' I It < **?' "* *3 *** : Farm' ',_Rnifunl._" ,Tul.Tho .\ -">..-.I I' _. --- .- ---
Mk.- #-< VH. -<-UC I
I is. .%, Ji %**f JW .*t* officials and inmntes. of tin- '

'institution were gi\on a renl muiiuI A

t Concerning Our People, Business and I >- treat Snturdav. "evening whon1ery I [GFNT WORD)

I .\\' Powell's\ far filmed, orchostr.iit I
Progress of the County and Town. I
t / |nix'il In ii series! of old time COLUMN

STERNBERG'SMidsummer I.: melodic\ s'leh ns Turkey! In the FOU ir\; r i ?",.. ,, \it.ii'.' I K i I' -

:,_,_"_" __" _"_,_" _" __"_,__,_" _"_,_"__"_,_, -..- .!. Straw, Soldier Sharon, Ulxie nnd "ninny I \ \ ,, ,(. H.,nt.il, 1J. .1| KIUSriiitf. .
WEATHER REPORT I i ing this week with :Mr. and :Mr*. other selections niiule fnmous liv I IO I .

. : J. C. Robinson nt their cottage atKingsley 'iirh m'lists ns Tom .Aeest.i Jack: '] --_ -- -
Jul )IIIXJin.: l'ercip. ------
\ Lake. PittM.: E. Ilolbrook! nnd [lUio.1 Andrews. FOli H.\I.I'-: :MiM-iKiint' MI.I.--
22 8 71 I II } '
h'rr111111") $11.011: per' Iholl"al"l.
23 1'6 72 2$9
I :Mr. and :Mrs. Arthur I
21 !'R 70 Kigdon. of 1 hese folks motored out fromJacksonville1 ..T.V.. r cilenbnuiii! Hampton, .'
Jacksonville, spent Sunday, at the .. ivnchoil tho fnrm Flu. '.
7-23-21-pil: ,
2:; {13 73
homo of the formers parents :Mr. about S o'clock to commence tho | ,;
211 {IO 73 and :Mrs. J. J. "
Cleoronce 27 83 73 Rigdon.Mr. oxenmg's. otitertninniont with "i, FOIl SA1.K--IU: :\ Knulisli: white "'Ir.'I'

.. sMviindu whuh was niiu-li npprociated httrn pulletgome; arc l"yinC; .,
28 711 72 4.85 up to : and :Mrs. ,
George W. White ""- ,, and. greatly I enjoyed. Their\! Sturkc.'l'lu.
4 1'\1.: _--.. -.. -.. $2 ench. C. Letili ,
are spending several weeks on the f \, ........... ..-. conceit will long lie remembered asnn Kuiito .\. 7-3U-ItJ"l1'10:111'0 '.
East Coast, whore :Mr. White is ,. ... exceptional musunl\ trent.

I H. D.'asdin of Graham, was aI attending to his duties as State In tho afternoon the inmates '
\\ .\ :-; : hour f'olown'r, \
Sole I visitor to StarkeIonday.: Bank Examiner. -N 1'\, !New Vork Dnrpnu were (rented to n xery interesting I of farm to rout to share crop.per. .

Ezra Meeker 06 )'viim old. went over tho Oregon. Irnll! \\llh hl yuunffvlf game cf ball when\ the fast (IreenCove ; AiMress., H.lt.M:\ ofT"'ICI'III'
. < care
I Furnished cottage nt Kinjrsley \ and child In 1S5! They trnxeleil lichliul nn ox, team then. Ni>w hn
Mr. and :Mrs L. E. Dowling and Springs team headed by H.'ulll.'r.lol'toll .
for rent. J. F. Kickliter. 7-30-tf I> U golns over tho same tuute with u mnlor riimpinit uutflt. lie .liiiteJ h. 70fp.IVANTii :! ;!
. I Doutt Jones of Stuart, and :Mr. Ben trom New Yoilt.LAWTEY \\ :\ of the PcnnyCuimiCorp. :
I I Dowling of Jacksonville, were ., lined up( nguinst the local \ : : :1)-Ynunir or miiMlenieilbite ,
:M. of
:Mrs.V, Wimberly ,
week-eml guests; of Dr. and,[ :Mrs. BROOKER orgnniyntion und wore ilefented, inspirited \\ lady to tin holme work.
in Stare) with rel l. I
spent Tuesday !
32 in., Dress atives. W. Middleton.: II contest by 1)1'" of. HI Uo".1! home for Huht pnrty. :Mr.
' I
/ Gingham yd I c :Misses Edna and[ Carrie Hutto, :Mr. and :Mrs. J. 15. Randall of Or :Mr.\ nnd :Mrs.. G. B. Col.son] nnd to 3. I II an.l :\11'". 1 It.[ :M. Snyiler. 7-30-tf: ()

.. :Mi.su Louise Mott of Jacksonville, enjoying visit with their sister lando, and their 11t'1.Ii"s: Sene son, Ressie, spent Sunday afternoon I KOSIKKMr. :
are a
" spent Sunday in Starke with :Mrs. Arthur Hall in Okeecho- Randall, of Cincinnati Ohio, called, in Starke: and, Gainesville. : :N. 11. (iriffU wns n \'isitorto I Fort KKNTKnnms:= fur litfht

J friends. bee City, and, before their return on :Mr. and :Mrs. .\. .\. Smith Fri R. W. Brunnen was transuding. | Lnwtey :Monday.Mr. house )hee'I'|>iiir| to pnrlies' wit hout
busines in Wildwood the first of i .ehildren, ; ivnsniinhle' if tnken nt
: C. T. Oriffis: is planning ntrip
home will
visit relatives in
Yellow :Mrs. S. A. Bryan of Jacksonville Tampa, day.Mr. the week. I IMr om-e. :Mrs.\[" S. J. Present. t. Clierrv -
36 in. Plant City and Oxford.Mr. : an,1rs.: S. W. Leach of to South Florida I1P"t'e.II..
jfjn was in tosvn last week visiting Jacksonville stopp-vl: with fri" i I Is : nnd :\11'.. Gene; Hazon of'I' :Mrs. :Millie\ Cnffin Is on n visit "t., or phono I I\V.| '. 7:30tf.Conrtnny's : .

lUu I __ __ _. ______ _
homespun yd relatives. : O. L. Zimmerman and son, in Law-toy l.i t week. Sarasota came Saturday; \ to spent a ( nt the home of her father, :Mrs.\ .T'I .-... -.. H. u .
few here with fiiemls nnd --- -- -----
Virgil, who hnve! been guests of Daniel Biggs\ and fam.'y of H i'ting days l'e1-1' 1'. Criffi8: this week.Sir. I

:Mis Sara Mulpus is enjoying aisit :Mr. und :Mrs. H. :M. Snyder during ,. al'l'1"itinA' Mr.( Biggs' p'lWchley : ntlves. | : W. C. Woolen, i.s buck on tt t

\ in :Miami with her aunt, :Mrs.Mclntyre. their tour of Florida! '! spent the past I II I Bryan and, Hubbard! liarWesley T. B. Pinhol-tcr) made! a business the mail route here I this week. t Place

Best made : Byron and Huhbard liarley trip to Waldo Saturday morning.Mr. t
week in Cuba. They left Sunday -
TiI3 3 2 I I have to Tampa. :\ nnd :Mrs. rr. K. Thomas" ,i.f i :None< K: OK ri in 1 icvnov '' ,
home gone
for their in Pittsburgh Pa.
be! Oil C of Lake l>i'|>niUinnl iif I hiliilrrlnr.. II, S. I.nn.l Self Kisini I Flu"r, 12 HIM. .I>D
Col. Joe Hill Williams
Jacksonville to
1.. 11. Hill and, W. K. Torodo! werein came Sunday "pcmla Offici1 in' """...., ill... |.'|1..1",, ,,|, .luU 1 i.
I Hutler, was a business visitor to Congressman\: R. A. Green went Jacksonville! on business> Friday. few dn ''s horc with friemls. nn.l lO''rt' fi.Tiiil No., 0 0023.Nuliri I Self Rising I'lmir. 21 ." l.l'i
IH hpnhv
iriM'n llml' Allurt Mllir -
Starke Friday. to F'rnandinnIonday: where he :Mrs. J. B. Dye is in St. Luke's lolatives.L. of SlnrhiI I'Inrliln. wlm. nn O.M..1.. Mason I'rllil .I.ir I.ids
addressed, hospital having undergone n major I K.: (J.iiney and P. .\. Crosby 2 7. 11I2 n, ntiirli, ,lininfxti'iitl, iMilry, Nni'fln2l t
the Fornandina Rotary
:Miss Vora Siyrency, of Brooker, to business for Noilh Imlf ..r Niii-ilii-nnt' nnnilirqiutrliT "' I CoM I'ack! Rubbers fur .2*
wore attending n >
JapaneseRugs,27x54 Club nt their \veokly luncheon :Monday operation.R. 1I."lh.t of N..rh".1, IIIIIMI, ., r nml,
spent Thursday afternoon in Starke :Stnrke :Monday.Allen \ N".h'n'.l. "'''"''''1' ..r Nllrllo".l '1"1'1'' .
8ge E. nnd I :Notions< and 1 nndwe
Blanchard, .IIIIIJrht'r.Ir" groceries/
with relatives.Mr. noon ami WHS the principal I !I..II,,,., 2. T..hl.., .""lh, 1Iu..,' 2:1: < :
I .
speaker nt a community rally that :\ Frank Parks of Ft. Pierre, Thomas mul Uoyce Gainey ,:...1. '.nllnh". ....". M'rh''''''', hn. rh..1, no'I. iti\'o IIU'IK: : (iS i !
I Wililuonil tho weekendhere .. .r ,. ., .." ,.. ", ,,10.. 'I'hr"'n, ....."r.
i : and :Mrs. CJ. \V. Andrews ofNew evening given under the nuspicosof were in Jacksonville !List week.Mi spent I ,.. ,'.''nhl..h ,Inllll ,.. ''h.. Inn,1 RI..". ",.'... I
the Fernnntlina Woman's club. i iI : -s Anthorme Itlamlmnl! !Istnving with homo folks.Mr. .d. h..enr.' ('..,.10 ''rc,11 t'"",,. nl ""'kc, .:. -.-..-.----.- ....... .... -.....
I : River, were among the visitors"to .. In Jacksonville.The : nnd :Mrs. ,\. I II.: :McKinney of ,

Gillette Safety Igc' I Starke :Monday.Mrs. I :Miss\ Moni: Alderman, daughter i :Methodist\ Sunday, school in I Dii.Nlonn' spent Sunday hero with ': r.

I of :Mr. '. Alderman I tho hitter's pnrents! :Mr.\ nn.l :Mrs. :
Razors G. \\ ,
: '\'. L. Kilwards: of Jackon.I appeared enjoying its annual pUnicnt Kings\ }'
ville, was in Starke the first of the i in n recital July 11)) at the Cincin. l ley LnKo today.Mesdames, (;i. W. Ha/.en. CO-OPERATION IS THE PATH TO
:\11'. mul :Mrs.. Kugene: Crosby nnd
nnti of :Musie Cincinnati
week visiting friends. Conservatory : Hill Ilipjrs, Wells and, SUCCESS
I baby of Jacksonville! lire herespending
O. whore she lins been
:! Gilihrist' drove to Gainesville :\Mon
Ladies ; Col. Zach of Gainesville studying this summer. :Miss Alder- day. I n few days with friends !
Douglass Spend with
SatKQn and. relatives.Mr. jour money home "' '''cerl1s.lon..y: spent. wit
was attending to professional man Is a member of thc master David Poyer of Baldwin, I Is, visiting
een i business in StmKe Tuesday. class conducted by :Mnie. !Maria friond.s!, in I.nwtey. : /and :Mrs. Britton C Groover 'I""( foreign nirpnrntiims ne\er return Hide th(> Gaiiic vlltaJtiiH

Carreras, the celebrated Italian pianist :Mr. and; :Mrs. Thom, GilchrUt of Sunnier spent the week-end, herewith -Its MTiiio I is the equal to any competitor, and a
his mother Mrs. J. R. Groover; j
Miss Lillian Barefoot, of Sand and was one of tor students Brunswick, Ga., are visiting :Mrs.Gilchrist's home concern.

erson, was in town first of the week: presented in recital by :l1111!!. Car parents. Walter S. Wills of Tampa WHS n
Genuine Silk business visitor here Saturday. j
visiting; ;Miss Inez Abcrnathy. rl.'ras.fiss: Alderman playedChopin's Cecil and :Miss Euniee Whitehoad! GAINESVILLE BUS CO.
r.gc of ,\Jlu'hu.l.I .
I :\II'!!. Hump Conerly
I Fantasie-Improinptu, Op. have returned, from a trip through
Crepe I friends here Saturday,
:Miss Flossie Rigdon, of Jackson ,fiO. the central! part of the state after I was /among j
'I :Mr.[ Urinkley Hayes of Stnrkc |
ville, spent Sunday, with her par visiting friends in Plant City and I II
:Mrs. J. J. :NOT FOR Pt'KPOSK was /attending to (business hereMonday. I
ents, :Mr. and Rigdon. Winter Haven. I

Pure thread silk OF I'OWUElUXGOSR: Miss: Loraine Whitehoad, of Jacksonville : L., O.. Hnzcn spent part/ of lust' XX>OO<)()O(><>O<>OO<>O<<>ooc>oo<
; :Miss Krederika Struth has returned Do you own or operate motor is visiting friends this.

fulllashioned $$1.59Ever home after a visit with relatives truck ? If you do, is it equipped : week.Mrs.. I week in Jacksonville. : )C Adding to Comfort and

hose in Plant City and Wildwood. with a mirror so placed that the : Anna Barrett and daughter I Ii ZIFF : Good Cheer of die Home '

driver vehicles i I ttfwtlr*. r* iful' Inferior can see approaching Stella, wore in town ln- f hom Iti chMtfullir
I your t to "t to bcautv.
:Miss Lulu Orniond of Hawthorne, from the rear? The Rev. J. T. Hinson i is, holding], :Mrs. IxMia ianken; of Lnwtey and ': Hrmonou. ). o>.lu* .ctieniM.for tin .wall.nJ wootlwork: m.k*
j room .1 t>J .n.In..r. hvahlr. tntl
I nj y ntrUx UMth
is spending this week in Starke? If your truck hasn'to n rear-vision n protracted( meeting in the Graham ; I :Miss Martha flroover; wore on )busi- wcli being of tlit entire ItuuMnuJJ.lMdng p-*

wear JQn the guest of :Mrs. William :Mottcs.Mrs. mirror it is being operated' in violation I, community this week. j nous here Thur.IIIIn.1 \'. i 'I fu, cotnblnatione. 'In well JecoreUonSHERWINWILLIAMS

of Secton One, Chapter 9158! i :Miss Laura Wynn of Starke was :Mr.[" :Mrs.,. 1 H.( K.: Thomas and JI '

hose 75c val. : J1.: :Mann and two sons, General Acts of 1023: says the I railing on frienils last week.Mr. I son, l-'loyd I. of Jacksonville, spent .

of Lake Butler, spent last Wednesday State chamber of commerce. The'< : ami :Mrs. C. Dinkins were Sunday here with :Mr. Th"n lIs' pn- : ,

afternoon in town with frienls.j >tate law requites tho mirror. calling on friends, McClonny: last ',! roeit.s, :Mr.\ an.1'! ''. .1, H. 1 h0I1111.11' ... (I

j -. In several sections of the tafc\ Saturday.Mr. I. :\ PurvlH Lewis of ..lacksonvillispent : .- I

24 in. fibre :Miss :Marie Long of Campville there is an Increasing demand for and :Mrs. James Godwin have the week-end hero with hi-i U tta"'oIea1..11 finlih ro UM. A ttmt ell .paint whkh b M.

Suit Cases g8c spent the past week in Starke as rigid enforcement of this provision moved Into the Hill homestead in rur..nts11': and :Mrs.\ J. \V. Lewis. 4uuuunIly.tr..!kiiig.mura lwyi M.iJtrv fruit UIAJI in ouIno.anyothw

the guest of :Miss Puarle! :Manning.Mr. hecause of the increase traffic and I the north part of town. i :\ .. nml :Mrs. :Mack/ Hunter nnd( I For floor.will. decoration M.rnoi V or rnl finish.h. Ffott for lU AunJnu*. Afl

the state chamber of commerce advises Mr. and, :Mrs. R. R. Thede and children, of Lnke f'lty spent the ( : : :

: and Mrs. Troy B. Hewitt truck owners to make it their I Richard, were in Jacksonville :Sunday ; week-end here with relatives end. will You finithr will b.*liu.!.our....'itur..| *(n.. tJt. (mwio* CMJ.IU wul. PU To

Ladies Crepe of Jacksonville, were dinner guestsof [business t see that their machines I afternoon. Guilila: :Marie returned !". .I
:Mr. and :Mrs. 10'. A. Scott Sun I Ial'e friPlI'r. For Sale
I with rear-\iow mir firnhnm, ByJONES
Kimonos equipped' home with them. I : [ Truhy Pynl <>f was _

g 8e day. rors. :Mr. ami, :Mrs. A. M. Blanchnnl.Misses : in our sei lion- ..FI''" ,llp'.. .. ,'
val.Knives a Kathleen and. I.oraim- j Mrs. Kil ;Mills mul 1 iniliirm, :n ,
$1.50 :Mr. an.l :Mrs. C. H. :McHugh,: of Tallahassee.-The new dormitory week' hen- Blanchnrd! nnd HowllrlIiner: drove J.icksonville, pent last
at the Florida State College fur
Hastings, spent Sunday and Sun
to Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. with relatives und friends.
day niuht; with :\1'[ and :Mrs. W. G. Women, the contract for which was
warded time by the state : Willis of Huntsvillo, Gu.; :lft'8"rR.'rnon nnd Alva Hunter (; Lumber
and Unite.Mr.. some ago I & Supply Co.
QOn board of control, i is rapidly nenring: who has )been visiting friends inIJII.I. of Lake City attended, th.lnlllllli\ (I;

... City, is now visiting her | meeting here Sunday. .
Forks doz.
a : anil :Mrs. C. D. Shank of Jacksonville completion, according to reports :.
I were guests Sunday, of :Mr. from the institution daughter, :Mrs. :Mollie Prevutt. j :Mr.\ and :Mrs. :Malcom[ Hunter, nn.l >OOO<>OO<>OO<>OO<><>OO<>< ><>C

J. T. Rodin of Jacksonville, spent I i "n. Ira of Hough spent the week- .
--- -
I and :Mrs. J. C. Robinson at Kings-
_. here with :Mrs. I U. I'. Tlionim.
j:. n few hours last Sunday with h 'r i oml .'
Men's Blue I ley Lnke.Mr. 4 1 father, O. E. Rodin.Mrs. :Mr. nnd, :\11'''. Loon Fo'nfh.I.ll1n,1! ,

4gc : W. Q. Dowling and! family ofJacksonville : Dullie, Padgett, ami. daughter. Iittliil.iughter, Kstelle. of :Midway[ ; I
work Shirts .
church here Sumlav.I
Theatre attended
spent! Sunday in ; Gaiety Flora, of Jacksonville, lire visiting Confidential Banking
I \ Allen Thnrmon nndMi.s <1
:\ /nnd :Mrs.[
\ J.II. .
Starke at the home of Dr. and :Mrs.Middleton. :Mrs. Padgett's sister, :\11' : [Honie mVI'rsIrs.: \V. :M. ,

: STARKE Lowry. Hodges und duughttrs, att'nh.I', 'I'II
There will be preaching services
IIi .__._ church here Sun.luy.11' .1
:Mrs. William Plaisted Randall morning and evening( at both tho ">, !, I!, .
1 :\ and :Mrs. I Math Starling nndi 1' 'I'
SaleStarts left :Monday for a visit with her TIIL'RSnVl.FKIUlYSPORTlNf: Baptist and :Methodist! churches by jl
baby of Oninesvillo: spent Sunday
sister :Mrs. E. Rhodes of 2 } VENfS"Featuring resident, next Sunday.Gainesville. i
Ralph pastors
, j here with relntiven.I Arrountt on our ,books are ronfiilenli.il.. I'artii'iil.irs, lire iiii-| 81.licJ
Tallahassee. \ I T. I II. Pynl was n business. |> only to our eustomerH, t'* their kno\n repreHentiitiven' or 8//
i Itl.inche Swrrt Konnli) Coleman : One of the largest
i visitor to Jacksonville Saturday., when niithori/ed in' writing. 'I I his hll.s been our poliry for the r
:Mr. ami :Mrs.[ Raymond Buford and Lew C'oilj.It's real estate deals nuulo in this ( .
He was accompanied ns far usStarke iist ttt'iity jenrs and > ou mil>' be urv ihitt wo will not d"I>urL i
Saturday I and little daughter' Gloria, of South I I ( r.-4nfiold; ,, ) nA ',ountry for several months has. by his wife nnd bnhy, who from it. .

Jacksonville, spent the week-end been, made. The Tuscnwilla Land I
here with relatives. I S.\T'IW.\ '\' I Company twiM). to J. C. Harris u 100nere spent the day there with her mother i' tour arcoiint Is Holirlled on our ,past r..c.,1111I1I wild the ptt'dJe ,

and Lasts : I I11' .' "W It 1o'Ii.\(;F." farm located in the rich potato ]i Mrs. Dowling.. 'i i hut every transaction will 'be li.mclleil with s.ifi-ly/ .promptness'
:\ and :Mrs.[ B. W. Hodges and I Virile Romance of the Sea belt near LuCrosse, AlachunV U. D. Johns of Tampa, was n : ii nil ciinflilt'lire.
little daughter' of Jacksonville, from the widely read novel < >unty. J. E.: Huyneuwnrth, for visitor to town, Friday. | ,: .
ipi'nt Sunday hi'i-e' with :Mr. and I "SALVAGE" by Izola For : mer owner of the tract hus been .

:\11'A., P. Hoffman. rester. successful in growing potatoes and, :Mesdnmcs n. J. firecn: 3. J./I./ ">"., '1'a'i :o
: ,10. Featuring-:May Allison ;; j jfioorge
I producing large yields! of high- ; /: J. liaulemon and, P1l1l111,'

T Sheppnrd! Thomas, superintendent Holmes Herbert and. Stellar grade/: spuds. The LiiCrosse section HridgeH" nt Waldo, and )11'''. Helen ''I'I I i

of public instruction of I II Cast including Rosemary of Alachua county is pushing ("arncy of Tampa, attended the Er/ ,'Measure cf Protcflion,

" I Union county, was attending to Theby, John Miljan, James '. rapidly to the front as an ideal potato I Eastern :Star; meeting hero lost 'lQof\\ J2onor Hanlt. '

DAYS ONLYSTERNBERG'S business in Starke Friday. j jMr. I' Morrison. and vegetable griming .
II ; nreu. j Monday night./: On Ftfru Mi-atu'v, ofStin'ic'
I II Comedy -Lurry Semon. 1 Increasing Interest in this 1111'10-//I rr-

: and Mrs.: W. G. Haile an.l :MONIlSTfESHAY ing section is indented by) the GraeeviJIe-That the farmers in :

: sons Woodf, Jr., and Jack, and ;j ; "'fJl E ESCAPE"; : : number of those inquiring into the Jackson county have profited by diversifying BANK STARKE tl

:Mr. and :Mrs. C H. :McHugh ofi ... Featuring Juxie Sedgwlck & i iOther. possibilities of profitable farming their crops Is to be seen OF

i i Hastings, spent Monday: at Jacksonville .. IJ'' there. | in this section. Already, the farmers

Beach.Mr. FELIX COMEDY. I have received about $1T,0.000 "Bank of Helpful Service"We
STARKE FLA. l i SUBSCRIBE TO ; for watermelons; $10,000 for cucumbers Pay 4 Per Cent On Savings
and :Mrs. W. P. Robinson and 'I 14' SHOW BEGINS 8 P. M. and cotton will soon bo :

I children of Jacksonville, are spend- .' ; .,, J II THE TELEGRAPH on the local market. i I __ .' _. ._. ,....'1


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i P525252S252SZSZS'u2s )1 I ducej annually by the dairy cows of as well. I I and continuing to c'oUa' each Thur .

Farmers' Week Truck New York. Most of this milk is When the tick is finally eradicat. ,1 day afternoon until September in.

l. i Farmers & ] high in butter fat content, running ed, there is no reason why, according 1926.

Farming Program Is Full Of from -1 to 5 per cent butter fat, to the very best authorities, Louis H. Hill, C, \V. Roberts o.

I :.{]. D due to the Jersey! strain which is milk cannot be produced as cheaply E. Woolen, R. R. thcde, W. E. T .

( By !L F. Ward, County Agent) C found in the majority of range cat- in Florida as anywhere else. 'rode Geo. F. Youths" Lawtey State

f II 3 P.I Interesting SubjectsGainesville tle. Bank by D. W. Jonre[ > : Cashier.lUibsPainttjghtOut.

Of course there are a few ex. L.\WTEY STORES TOOBSERI'E -

t: FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Q ri] -Fla.-Fur the first 1i'I'E;;: ; (; \ '; ;'-' .ANl: above.ceptions) A to few tho herds dairymen described have) CLOSINGWe :

ARTICI ES OF FARM (IEXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND [C>:] year in the history of Farmers' amtFruit AML'SK.MKNT: : : ADD '
t I started in with native cattle, inuredto the undersigned businessmen
i .., TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTRY 5: Growers' Week, a full section -I .. ANGJIP41a'a
1. ,I i .-..,...........................................................................................f!}>:I I is being devoted to truck cropproblems. the cattle fever tick and have I of the town of Lawtey, Florida I JJ FH
j .J--C7 57 47 57 4 57 5r574S15S c.'c.III.I ================ A very interesting program built up some very respectable and hereby agree to close our places o

:\ ( (ONSf.MFUS: : IIOII.II HU5.UCOMMON( : SENSE:: : cov'rin1111 phases of truck Gainesville Flu.-Not all of the high l producing herds, while some 1( business every Thursday! afternoonat ,,

t CONSIHKIt: l\lltY' rUfllll.K.MS; ( Hy Spuds Johnson) growing( has been prepared for the time of visitors to Farmers' Week sections of the state boast of purebred II 1 o'clock! anti remain closed! for

\ ( .\-iIlIlEI.I': ) (,ET <;ooi> MII.K meeting this year, which will bo ut the college: agriculture, August i cattle that will rank with the the balance of the day, commencing

y-11 I, will be taken up in listening nation's finest on Thursday July 1 1">, 102!.
{ WHY TAKE! A CIIANCR: i held'" at the college of agriculture/ 1. I
to dry lectures and. The local of milk makes .
discussion scarcity
t' i (>iiitu-\ille.i Fin.--The milk conumir WITH TYI'HOID, WHEN: August !I.II. iJr. G. F. Weber, associate "r ---
on such subjects as bugs, diseases for high prices. The ('minolCli1k;
y nnd nut nlwnys the dairymen '' in ,
IT CAN: UK) I'KKVKNTED: : ? plant pathologist" charge
: 'in ninny Florida, town arc to of the program gives the following sprays, marketing, cultivation, etc. Company, which is said, to be tho

( }Ilan\, fi'iImd, ) milk, affording to outline of the truck, crop subjects These things will be given plenty of largest i in the state, is paying
One of, Si Smith's, children has n attention, but thu entertainment 111<-1'" of Duval I county $5.23:; :
ll.'iinlin: I I. I Urnwn extension dairy11 to be taken up during the week. flll'-1
.y\ l in. vh'ii'V), + thM, milk innsiimi ) "("nous, CJIMof typhoid fever. The The week's program has been liviik'd und) amusement side of the program cwt for 1.2 milk and l this deK] r ,1

in-i, lili-n'M" / 'around) here are scaredi will not be overlooked.J. the fact that n small surplus is
: (, i in i il I I in educated to the valuei o that on ;Monday and Tuesday a
; i "I milk."Th" i II//,. und iniuiy of them arc being in- papers will he given on the J.ee Smith dish iet agent, Ism ing produced at the present hC-1

i dairyman, like the mor- i riilntcd/ against! typhoid. Si is having horticultural" aspects. of truck crop charge of the entertainment pr.jgrum This. is the same price which saw

the rest. of his family inoculated and has secured the servicesof Seminole paid all last I
i bent" 1 \tt.i-s, to koi-p what the puiniii growing( such ns culture, seed, for- company

t want t and usually t trio lo in a laM minute attempt) to pro tili/iition. grading etc. In respect Claude Murphree: universityorganist winter. I
vrnt the "rest of them from gutting ; to play ,during the week. ;Milk is retailing in .Jllck..on\'l1Iol
I|J.I)( a.r l>v !delivering e milk when t lu this wo have suih speakers n.sDr. l
Brawn sick. An organ" recital will be held one for 21 cents a quart and in :Miami .j.i
i v \Vjint says ir. I I It. W. liuprecht, the chemist of
"'JIll'1 i "ii-nimi'i's. that insist. on having I can't understand why it Is that the experiment station ; John L. 1 night. Another feature of the cntcrtaimnent :I75: miles farther south, for :S3: d
I people-- nnd Si Smith is tint, alone cents ;.' ,
) viII be hu.
null livered, twice II day, and :Si-ribner: St. Johns county agent: ; program n as
1 in this-will not avail themselves morous lecture !Dr. I D. Dairymen who getting
demand that the milk be on their A. C. Foster, department of agriculture by H'nnk1 are ( anywhere .
i of I the opportunity to /prevent typhoid of Clemson College, S. C. 'I here near normal production nro sr
ihioi! step\ for, 1 breakfast, have dou- worker ut Sanford; [II'. \\'.
bird the cost of delivering milk to- :I rather thnn take chances on B. Tisdale who. is in charge, of the will be some kind of ii'-a) : anent making good\ money at this figure,

lii-giii with. laydemandinglistthe: having it. Typhoid is n serious tobacco. station ut Quincy and Ed' e\ery night during/ ;.e but those whose: cows arc producingonly l

milk Inmi their doorsteps for ailment, and imperils the life ofthe I I. Ayers of the Palter\ Corpora Tho Farmers' Week ,picnic: : i.. a gallon or less n day and are Fe

breakfi t t. th y '.(- mmle it very i I !, affected person.Vo may take lion ut Surasotu. I coming be an annual 'nsii': ition, ', obliged to buy nil their feeds, lire .....

di ffir'alt fur the dairyman to keep 1 a chance and go without inoculation Tho next day's program will take i I also H. G. Clayton, district agent, just about getting by. The situa_

competent labor."C'onBumers" and not hlltn.hoid but nn up marketing and economic phases is in charge: of arrangements for tion shows what an excellent opportunity

of thin class are usually the other hand, there is a possibility i|Iof truck growing. The speakers i iI the picnic, and visitors will be permitted I 1 there is for the farmer

that vre get it, and it to who knows the dairying businessand .
I."kinf"r the cheapest may swim ('III. romp and have !
include,) Dr. \ Noble
C. and Bruce
milk. A cut of 1 to 2 cents! a quart I pays to play safe It is cheaper I' McKinley of the office of agricultural u good time in general. Wednesday is willing to apply good hlllli'l Because of tart handling in traffic the ,

gets. their trade., The fellow. who Ito bo inoculated. I' economics V. U. Newton of afternoon, August/ 11 I. is tho ness principles to the i Ol'trl.m.lIV/"i/'f'tt 'strongly appeal )
; American I Vomcn it in
Of course the inoculation is n date for the milk. to pjrki tl/.tt
can produce thin. kind of milk has I i the Standard Growers ; L. M. set picnic.A
to take short cuts. By delivering little painful for u day or two but | Rhodes. of the state marketing bureau week ut Gainesville will be a Tho cattle fever tick I Is, of course, I
twice a day he cuts out cooling the I it does not cause anything like the and II. L. Robinson of the I good vacation the great obstacle to n more rapid Here: ;is the first American car engineered specifically

milk before delivering to save the Kuff'I'lnthnt typhoid would i Hustings Potato Growers'tlssocia- 1 FARM .KRS ASKED.--- ._ Ii development of the dairy I industry for parking at jammed curbs for lightning getaway

cost of lee Crowded l for time in cause. I believe that it is a good Uon.II I i 'I'OSENI in Florida. Eradication of tho 1

the early hours of the morning(, he :I plan to have every member of the | I : ) IN: SPECIMENSOF tick is being accomplished, however at congested traffic crossings for instant

doetm't groom bin cows carefullyand family inoculated every three years II Thursday's program will include COTTO.V: HOPPER and some sections lire now I stopping in pedestrian crowded city streets. Come

and, not take any chances with this diseases and their control. Papers I entirely free. Any dairyman cnn
sterilize thc utensils.
dairy in and take first ride in Overland
Gainesville an Whippet
drenj disenie. will he given by Dr. C. R. Orton of Fla.-Farmers who safely bring high producing cows your
properly. It is impossible to I
duce good quality milk without pro A mighty good way to help prevent the Bayer Company New York ; find what they think is tho cotton i from the north to these sections you've never seen a car like this befotc

sterilization of milk vessels, typhoid, also Is to keep the Dr.1.; I). Leonard of the Florida hoper or flea in their cotton fieldsare without much danger of their contracting -

with proper careful working of cow's udders house screened and keep down the Agricultural Supply Company and I requested to send them in to I the fever. Some cattle

and thorough cooling of milk infestation from flics. No filth l)r. G. F. Weber, plant pathology the cotton department experiment seem Immune from the fever whi'hthe
I department, experiment station, station, Gainesville, for identifica. OVERLANDWhippet
immediately after milking."It should'" bo allowed to accumulate tick carries, while others
and F. C. Meier extension pathologist tion. The cotton flea is small hopping ;
is difficult to produce and sell about the place, the drinking water quickly succumb to its! ravages.
I U. S. D. A. These talks will insect, of n greenish or
high quality milk where the should bo protected from surface Nevertheless, there I is! certainly afield

KUmers are not educated to von the I drainage, and general cleanliness cover seed treatment, dusting and, ish color, which is difficult to catch I even in tick-infested areas for
I spraying! diseases. in transit. and because of its! hopping habit
value of good 1 milk. ;Many times observed. These precautions should'" honest-to-goodness dairy farmers.It .

we find the best dairymen arc the ;, be carried out In addition. to inocu- soil disinfection. Edgar F. Grossman, entomologist -I is possible to buy fairly good I
1 1 will be mnilo of the cotton department has
Fridays' ,
salesmen. haven't lation. program stock of grade cattle who have
the poorest skill and finances to educate, n ,, After a loved, one is stricken! Is up of entomological papers, the just returned from a trip into Georgia been raised under( tick conditions,

bunch, of consumers. to appreciate I too late. The time to net is be subjects of which will include l fundamentals where reports of flea trouble and by the right kind of breeding America's New-Type Light Car j
of insect control, the have been prevalent. He does not
good milk, and to be willing to cooperate forehand., methods, work production up to n
bean leaf hopper root-knot) investigations believe that the insect. will !give
S highly profitable level. Farmers
Mr. Drown with the dairymen.that positive ad. I HINTS: TO HOUSEWIVES etc. The speakers arc Florida cotton growers trouble, but who are already, here are making Quigley & Davis, Dealers J

vertlsing I 1M essential nays in building, I Dr. K. ]1. Hall on celery illVOStiga-1 asks that they send in any lIuslliel-1 money by these efforts and there !
demand for good milk. The clean I Weekly From Home Demonstration tions at Sanford, ; J. R. \\ ous insects for i l..nt I is no reason why others cannot do FLORIDA (

: Specialists N. Tissot and l II. K. Rraltey of A'I .
progressive dairymen need all of TallahasseeThe ------ -
I entomological department of theexperiment ,, THERMOS: TANK: CARS J
the encouragement( possible. Housewives -
station.All IJIUNG :MILK FROM:\
through the women's clubs, I serving tray is a strength
'' speakers! are authorities! on WISCONSIN TO FLORID \
should study the milk problems I and time saver. The troy saves I i
I which will discuss 1
carefully, and visit the dairies moro many trips between the dining the subjects they i
and both and, have had considerable< expert From October 1st to April 13th:; \
often. I room kitchen In serving
in this field of work and with of each year, over 12,000 gallons of J
Personal visits. to the dairies of and in clearing,: away meals, especially .
milk are shipped.. into Florida
the community by the milk consumers in a large: household l Vthoro Florida daily crhe
It is expected that growers attending from Wisconsin and northern Indiana
would dishes bo
help" encourage the many must handled. The 4J
will be full and Illinois. This milk I
these meetings Is
best dairies in the community.HOMK top and shelf spaces are sufficientto ,
of questions to ask these men and transported In specially constructed
remove nil dishes to or from the I 4 4I
these men will bo in n position. to glass-lined. tank cars built upon the
: LIFE Sl'HJKCTSON table in I
one trip. It saves stepsin "
WOMEN'S: ritOGUAM: serving refreshments at social !give them much desired information principle' of the thermos bottle. ;
FOR 1\I0IEltS' \\KKK: : I occasions. It is invaluable to use I II Florida does not go so far away E: 'T E.: T
n part of its milk supplylie.- "'':,< j
bedside the
as n tray in sick room. I t J ':'
I FLORID NUTRITIONWORK I cause it prefers northern milk to '" 'r. :: ,MIr
Gainesville, Ma.- The farm woman I The tray when node well is attractive ....... 1
r.KTS PRAISE I Florida milk or because it can be : ...
of Florida will find much if ns well as useful and may I
FROM: WASHINGTON: bought cheaper, but because Florida
interest on the home economics program i j servo ns n rending,: table or flower ;i
I farmers do not
of Farmers' Week, which will stand. produce enough Ir IrI
I I Tallahassee, Fla.-That the nutrition milk during these months to feed ,
be held, the The
nt college of agriculture upper part of the serving
work being conducted, among the stato's growing population I I
Gainesville, August !>I.II.! This I tray Is box shaped, 1(5( inches wide
rural children of the state by the Dairying in I program will bo under' the direction and " stato home demonstration depirt- understood, is
quite different
of :Miss Flavin/ (;)"lIson. state': ported by four leg! 1 B-8 by 1 u-S n BUICK
ment is attracting national at1: '- I proposition. from what it Is in the i
home ilcmonstration: agent, assistedby inches! which measure 31 inches
iton is attested by n letter recentlyreceived north.I There few )I
other members of her dcpnrl.ntcnt .. from, the floor to the top of thotray. I arc very dairy
i I from Lester .\. Sehlup: I farms of thc typo found in the Ind.ing 1
and home demonstrationUgrllti. The top! of the ifuy t or lidof )
;i acting in charge' \19unlln"lrlll'tlnn dairy states Few of the dairymen ,
the china rnmpnrtntent is edgedby 1I
aid editorial, section, extension service own land,
any or perhaps onlyI
Talks on the program. will be a 1 1-1 huh molding." The china
of the United States .department I acre or two. :Most of tho milk I
ntndu I by Mi.-s Virginia' Moore; :Miss compartment isI l-'J inches ,deep I
of agriculture.. Thc letter i is produced, from, rattle
Lucyhells Settle, :Miss Kuby: Mc- and is painted white within. On range( of aheterogeneous

lliivid. :Miss Itahclle :S.: Thursby. : the sides of this compartment arc | follows: ; breed, which are EVER BUILT 1

nnd :MiMary .\. Stenni of the little screw hooks "on which cups! I "Wo have been much interested obliged to forage tho forests for 'I :
( |, in mi article appearing in t tho Flnr- their grass with ocassional rations ,
"ititto honiiKmonsI "rat ion department may be hung.! There is space In !
i I Agricultural. News Service of I of the commercial fecd.s'' or grain:
; Dr. Ouida Davis' Abbott and the compartment for sCI'vlntlioh/ (", ;

Miss G.'nrgill"e..to)\'('", of thehome for six. : Juno I IS, ]lOUti:! regarding( nutrition( : These cows produce nn averageof .

economics research d"I'.tnwnt ( Below: this serving compartmentis : work done in the Dado, county !:'irl"1 I only II gallons! of milk a year, I Ins I ,
compared with 5S.1 i
of the experiment station; n drawer 2 inches deep, which camp. proIUNK I

Mrt-: Grace F. Warren, Alachuacounty is divided into two parts.! One side ""'" 1",1i.this would make avery -- --. I

home demonstration agent; is used 1 for linen and one side for I helpful article for the Official: STATEMENT

:Mrs. Henry Donaldson, Hillsboro silver. The side used' for silver is Record, if we ,'"ul.llI.'t n little more ,' ,. Ifc-pnrt of the, cnnillllnni of The Dank 3!

Dr. B. L. Ar.us. '' lined with dark.colorod, Information. :'Irs.11I1'olm; tells! us ..f Stitrke. nl Slnrki'\ r'lnrldn.nt the clone
agent; : of the state'bom'd felt or outing f business .1..". in. litlrt.Revourre ,
. __ rI
that Miss ;Mary A. +r d
of h"'llt111' ; iss Hannah Wcs- flannel Stennis, the r y. vN t

ling,: of the Northwestern. Yeast t In the spnco below the drawer n Florida foods, und nutrition n"nt.I a\enb Ml Innni, ,aft. anti_u discount.l161A57.17 On,______'__ d".P4 1,

Company, and others large undcrshclf! is placed. The I has. curried on this nutrition program I'tillfd States n"nia -.____? 1I.B..000iv.unly '
end ._
munlelnnl bond ,11,000.00
Alice Evans anti. Nellie Barker, serving tray is put on noiseless I nt several other county camps Miokinu' house furniture andfiMiinn : t Cl

two Alachua county club girls( will swivel cnstors, thus! allowing( the I and also nt the short course this I ._ __ ___.__ 02HIU1OthtT
Id nl Kxtnto: nwnnl .n___ 8,871.0!
give n demonstration in butter I table to turn completely around, year. We would npreclnto it very riiiinu and other( rMnurcM, tux '

much If ei-rtlfirntoii ._____ .
scoring. which is a great convenience. Instead I you could find out for us IHl.Tt f i
I Dmi fnmi lncnrHirntv l hnnlu .. 12 .3ft1.JO
Nutrition, conservation and canning i>f castors, small swivel at what camps this program was 1 ('..h Items 0 ________________. Z.171.70
I Imh ___ .____.____.
sanitation home benutificn. ': wheels or the small! wheels of n carried out, how many boy anti I on himI n 16,700.69

tion and pretty fixtures, clothing! I babycarriage or toy wagon): maybe girls were present, how much milk I 'rollll.l t n---- -----_.n82l01. l r.

health, gardening, etc., will be taken used. A tray made by the dimensions I. was served something/ about, thediet I" rapllnl mock fHliI t I.MIItlf.In 1 ........III 000.00

up during the week. Those desiring given above I is! a convert.icnt and schedule practiced whether I Surnliin" fund. ...- --__.-. .._____ 18,000.00, ,
the I llmllriihil Profit t f.... Expen. I
it will be given instructionIn size and one that sill go young people were taught I mm snit Tns... mull, n_______. 8.12460
the preparation of the food, nnd the I II Individual
making) through doorways without dangerof subject to
millinery rug( 1 .
I results attained cheek l -___ _..17A.041 At I
use of sewing machine attachments bumping.Farmers' Bulletin I I'I 1 Smlnv I I>|.p.dt.| ... 143,39052
927.: 'I "Tho success of this method of I Time IVrtlflcnt ;of Hi-poult;;; :::: M4.41 I I
establishing the nutrition program I I TirllficliMkl) ..__nn..n.. 17,281 I SOON ON DISPLAYLAKE
Cashiers check out.Undlnn .. 2.9rti.00 .
in Florida will I nm sure, be both i 1! I
Th. board of county commliuilon.r ofn..Mor,1 I'interesting and helpful to exten- i Total. ----------------------5(02.401.6t |
Grove'sTasteless Florida, ...11m..t\ at Stnt, of -F Ih.-; : County; of Bradford.i I ; M. t I I
county son workers In other I. Rn..on J. ,
,. Mon states Davis cashier of the above.named -
the courthouse In the elvrh'l offiea
day July 26. la:6. aa a board of Kiualun Tho Official Record Is published bank do .solemnly wear that theatone I
I statement U
true to tho beat of my I
for the of hearths complaint I
purpose by the United States knowleilv" and belle
nd receiving. testimony a> tn tha .aln.I j Departmentof I I ?
f any properly, real t or parnonal. or I Agriculture! and circulllteamonA' ,\ KAVV30M J. D\V1S.C..hl.r. CITY BUICK COMPANYLake
for the ,
a fixed by lh county gas au. or
extension worker t( : -ATTEST '
throughout I I
Chill Tonic ear 1926. avalMt the owner or agent of I E. S MATTTfEWS,
uch property the nation. The work referred\ j W. M. DARBY

Purifies the Blood And J. Chairman M. ,BROWNtEE of Board I'i to Is carried on In co-operation with JOHN: W. WHITE Dlracton.8ub !:, "
City Florida
Atteit: I county home demonstration ,
agents, >crllwl and sworn to Won mo this'
makes the cheeks rosy.800 G W. ALDERMAN 7-0-31-7-53 j jClerk through girl*' clubs. 22 day of July. 192. D. E. KnUjht. Novary
and Aud.tor.
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SPECIAL MASTER'S BALE I the Southeast quarter and the Went half North line of Lot n of said Block Jt the south ,hut. thereof nnd from thence aright .n .tho ntrth, l 1..n.I" lin,. nf In-t 70 ofn N. rthtiiMt ittiarti r tin nii IUIVIHK mil titir I 111 i U l ami \timlnift, GO feet >nutrli
of the Southriutt quarter. Section 21 : '1'1.N..lhw..t thenceist 10 fiit. and from thine* run ; uf .> ,It f<.*.l in width. running. I'"'. ,I My'" 1,:. I i ,u t.,unt. and' bi.Ing JOU't wnrdl> fii into nnd throutih the NurthinsttjiinMir nidi tf Hi cin'.r Imp if Haiti tiftv
virtu, of D...rc. of J quarter of thi' Nort hi ant quar* north to Court Strut, \ thenea I ntt'l, wxti .to, f t inch -
Under .nd by an.trm 11' "ln. < on in width riinniiig' ,'"r"lh'I"1 and extiiidtuu "f tin NorihwfM nunrtir tf *. ** nn 1 t u mi i tin tr< m MIH! South lino of t'iStiilhiiiKt <
mmlo and rim1, .. the Knxt. half of .th. Northwtat quarter, run Went H'J' ft,'t 'to thi. .
Fo..lo.ur. "f Mortitait. j I NVrthwont cor- ; : Turn thi ..lh.r ." tf' nid tini 1" fnt. on tach unit of tht- '.n' tn n fi thinco til mio thi .South* ii*>t iiunrt* iif Munrltr of tinSimthwiat quartir
d..d ." tht Jl.t lion A. V I.on.... Jud". ot Iho Ci.. 1 and the Northwest quarter of me (.a'nosville. nn4 from .* run south to 1 1 I". of waul l L l'U..1 <'"n... and rutinliw .nth i .hti rl) din ft i n. .-".,ing toward!* i> to tlii' propi'it) tut dincribid wh chpropi n Ihiouth tin tn t half uf thV ibiilf

eult, Courl ror I h.. Eb.hh Judiool ('Ir.eu.1 SouthAwt tiuiirtcr, of Section .**. point, uf iHitlnninti, 11.ludiu. .,00 trnck i thmce m I ... "i-t 'riy dlr>*rtl",nthrouwh tho < 001 t thiniiith intd t I.t ii ,. the. ctuttrn rt> Is iitnu inrl tilfd in this description, uf StiMi.n j on into and t hr< t Ji
or Florida. In and e.unl,. AI.o.| rlnht-of-way, 50 feet In width .n.1 rtirhl- f.wiiy thi ..... ju.t west of 1 1sni.l Htn JO .. tti. wi-i. rn l>.un>tnrllm \ boundiiry lino .tlu ...r nnd fromtbinro to.wit Itlnkn t 4, > nnd fl. in the town the Noitl.ni t quuttir uf tin Nurthtt
In Chon.ery In entnln .nu.v Ih'rv p'n.l.Inl runnhii! parallel to and ex tend Inn 25 fittj ,.\ H'oek' .H and aide 1..1 and rl huof1 1 > of Block 2. nt or i lone t. UKNnrilt- I right of wa> .I'' fnt in w.lh. of I t lmn. nccoftlittti tn Mirv \ an I
'hlr.nl, "ru.t C.ml.an, of j 1 un each nido. of tho ..nto. line of tho vui> tht.ti for jiint Knot .r the property rn"t corner tin ..r. of v> r< u"\la plantiiiioii.which \ ..nnnin. '"..1..1 1 to and t.\ti n.hn" j plat nirid bII t* Mi't'iinrj 1 brunrjit \ l into tin* Nort it i M quart i r of th*
1'0.k.. curp.rolun., 'fru.'v. I. Com.plainaot. tiuck' of tho Tampa & Jacksonville Rntl- hen'innhcvi, just d..h.o snid \\'Iantatln. in subdivision oftho r. I on of tlu> cuiur line of said l *)* >) in,| frt>m tho South IMH of nni.1. Nil tlu nut .tunrtt r nnd tlu* S mlitttM 11111-

and Taml'a ,Jaekaon.lo Rul. v ny C"lt.nny'. ..n'm..n.I." at tho Nort. tiIIne .\Iou n ritcht. of way for sidtf trnck i innd (1. \\ Jnme. urani. In..1 AUtchunCvuntx .ttncfc and. running' frttn the iii trn IHII.I. lots n i ik M of-unv l i> fiit in width r mini t r f t In N n 11 111 t iiunrlt r of nu 1 "" C*
Company'. a .'>'puraton. : of the BouthVtiHt quarter of theSmithuivt main Int. 0\'. upon and\ across Unixiraity i Florida : a rluht \vriy 30 feet my line of mild Lot 7tt il n Mith castirUdiixvtlnii im parallel to nnd extending from thoctnlir in n i tin not i uivhiK in U \Vi-i. rly ..11ruiloii -
..a' qunrtir of mild 8<.ction 2H runninu Avinuo In Gnimtlk-, I" I width \ \ throutrh I 1..1 :"i Mosi lino
Slucl'y Inl''no. anl 10.,1. In running PO"II" und cxtmding of Kliw of haul trm-k 7 fIH t to tinK tthtnt'f mill i iinntn z tlirniitrh thi tl
.nd I .. al'l.olnl.lp..I.1\ M"\'r t hcnr-u In a southwect*.rty directionthrmurh whentho said Tampa A Jacksonville Kailvuy .- | IR fitt on ,. .,1.* fioni the center OiTnnt on into St-cliun *-'. 1..n.hl" 1 nml 10 fttt to tho Wtut thinofnrd >l
.h..I". ... ..al.D... I wil .1 .t I.ub.I. the north half of the Southwtatiiuurlir Company croMi* tio), ."n" at thia i of anid track nnd running from thi* Kn: .tbounilnry 11 South orI.n. to J,) Fust, nnd\ .lnnl, runnlnn fnun id*' Mouth, line ef aaidi Jti.MKO .
I. "" Ih.. lou.o Uuo. of the Southwest quurUr of antdSicllon :, time. Also tho following described land in line of said Block 'J nt thu Northinst thnniiih 11. .., pint of nid Section" I i| I ots ju-i nbove dtucnbid in n SouilurlyillnftIon u nitbt nf way thn nub tl < i>
oulcrj,. C.IY b..ro."f .. ,. 2f and from thence a rlrht'ofwny I iho city of GnmusxIIU'. Florida to.wit : i ii corm'r of snid Block JJ m a southvvistirly i. n th,. Nirthw.nl uunrter of the J 4 if* f.it. iiint fiotn thin i> a riajhtofwuv HIM iiuaitir of tin **t uthuiM am t.i an 1
Ih .. MomlaV'thV .\ of August.nn 100 fei'i In \viiHh running parallel to and I Conimonco nt a "point on South side of Uni- I diriction. theme .".Ing Into n S4tuth<'n.t qu.rU-r of raid Uttrtiim ii and Ofi fist m width, runnliiir pnrnlltlto NiMlhwent 1411111 It r t>f Siutliwnt iji ui r ift
\ l 1928.on b'lw..n Ihe I..al.M l hour of ( ">"Iendln. 60 feit on inch aide of tho versify Avenue IT fort wist of the centerUno outhcrlv directinn thr .unh snid It leek ?'.' tohe from thence n rl,ht uf way RO fert on and i ilrtuthiir J'J1 j f 'et on ench iuVof >< t inch side i
A. the .h'.o.lb'd prp.r .it. I' ct-nt.-r In. of such truck throutih the 1 of thfeot 1..1 of Tampa &Jnckson- st>uthern toundnry.lliu. of snid 11..k 2Jnnd mch side of tlto cinter line of said\ trnckthrough l bo center lini* of said track In a tluncp jo ful on rnch tlth nf MM I

.. I. foluwlnl..In" In th. I.. (t I South of the Suilthwont "u.r.r of v'illo Railway Conl.n, ns n.w located i from Ih..n.. a .1.h of wny 201<> feet tho N't.rthwtit .,,,.1. of theftouthrnat Southerly direction ihiotirh thoedt half ct'ititr Iliu tlimuuti tlu Moiiilunst tjmi < ro
! t'd. AI.chua an.1 Mu.lon. In Ih. the Southx\ft quarter of iaid S..lon 2tt.nnd I and run thine* .., alonir University i invi ,in width ..n"ln. ,' to and extending ""o.I'r a point 11 the Southwi ;( of the HouthwtHt oinuiir of Section to ** the Simtlittiftt itiiultr iiud the *% tihwint -
IraMo.d.}'Io.hla. : from thence I >nuu IIP fvi't. thrnce, South 316 f. .t. j m i-nch tho renter It no of aniiltmck t iitmtti the Southeast qIR.h'r tin* South lint* lh ri-of. nil of unit! property quiirttr t>f tbo mithwixt Qunrti r > fttnlil

the I.n.In.I.I.d\to.wl b.I".n Ih.C""I. { A rl.hl..t.vay GO fott In width run- Ounce Fast H ftnt. llu.ncu South 27 feet | I Ito loO fe-t nnd ,"nnlua from the southnn |I thence n rlttlit of wny ;. ''j fevt on cuch Iv inn nnd IK intx In Section it I'ovviinhlp 11. Section Jit tin net tUrou>ih iho VM-
All ..r Suulh.rn Rolrod Com.'an i nlnir parallel' to and extending 25 feet Jt'fiHonfc: Strett In Galn"'lh'( 'Iohl. buutulnry line of Miid Uleck in nM side tf the cutler Uni nf said .rack ill nniltit South of 1 In it'll* JI Fit*!, nnd from thenct* \\fmi iiunitir of tin SmtliwiHt nuul r nil
8 and m.ln Ino and I I iin each aiilt.: i of thp ctntir :line of aid: thncui'M 1JO fmt tu point I' ::ut In: rly; direction l :; thr,:u 'h ; .k22 23 of inMcity. direction OH Into Section, _*7ml MI id r trht-ofwny ctnttnutiiii nnd runnlnn thir Small".*! ipinrttr of Ibe N> itlivvintUiiittrof

: "Y".I.ht.of.way Tan, J .k.on.l.R.iw.y' t tiHk running through tho Nurthwt.trornt of I'puinnintr. l.u''< Si.ronoln Ptantatiun. tluncr into and running throuuh thn Nort lit.tint cotuiruf in n Southerly dirwtUm into nnd through Section in ihtiiitih the N ittit ii.Mtinrti .
h.' a. 1. lo.alod "r of Si-ction 3 on Into nnd through 1| Also a rlnht-of-wnv over, upon' and aero** thi' Northwi'st cormr of Block the' NnrlhrHt qunrter of the Nurtlnn the \\int\ Half of tt>o .Northwest quaiterof r of Nort hi a t tti| ili i Snnitu nut
c.mlan. of S.dl.n 4. ,elu.In... thu Northeast qimrUr: of the Mnmmle I Street in (.ninesv ille. r loridn Jl I of said Serennln 1'laIIRI.n. thonco qitnrtt'r of .nfil Su'lion .'*. thmce on into' Hi(M ion 7. and liu nco into the Northvvtat iiiinrti r <>f Not t In ni quarter of St rt mrt

8. to and .. .nwldlh I qunrttr of Section 32 and on 1orh..1 1.10 {|< both for auk* trnck and for main line a* ; through the Fastern and 1..h.n part oflllnck tliv Norlhwevt qunrti r of the Northwestminrter iiunrter of the South went quarter ofKM i nnd tlinono ftot on mch sido of itiorinii
h".f."ay la.al"1 ot Ihe 'amp. through the Southeast iiuarter, of the I INort thu trncka of thu Intnpn, A Jacksonville ID' nnd through 1".1 I .r( saidSirenotu ., if 1..I.1 S t to Iho property' m-\l Id Soi il.ui i* to n point HID rv, t S'uth oftho r line of srnd tmck thruuuh tb*
Crm 11. ,lne lr.k Ihlt"arl hi..ft qunrti.r of ald Section 32 to I Kniwny) Company are now located. Al 1.0. Plnnlnt on to. A Hudson .1..1..0. propeit>. in il.*.crtlMd\ im N.>itt) Iitut.f tlu* Northwest tiuartirof Nttrt hea t i]tin rt i r of tbp S uitu tint quartt -
J.oknn'I.. lliwa. Ea.I). SOllh ''Iha rUrhUof-wny of the Atlantic CnatItHilrond .omm.n.ln. at l he Nort hi'nst corner of ''I..c. in AI..hu. ( ..11).. 1 FI..I.I. nud which pnpirty. Is iticludiil Intbis tin SouthtAtKt ixinitt| r of said Siclinn r nnd tin Sout hi n i qimrtt r of tho
"100 1'and.r.lol .I h. ot. : Company.: al.o. rluhtof-wny, .. the Haile Inmlii m Southwest, I from thence n rightfway, tin f o*.t In ib criptfnn : .nm".I.1 8 thiNorthwo Maul point hi litir in tbt* Nmthwmt iiuiirlt t .sniithinut ipimu t of Sccltim 14, all in

1.1 f.l.to .nd t.ludln.nl.ndn., In ..hhhfrm i running 0\ acrom and. uimtt <'laln..II.. aocordmit to a map of snid ,'.Ih. ."nnln. pnrnlli I ,. nml\ e\t 'ndintr .) corni.r of l'hlr.h .\ Okaliuinket -f (bo Sout In*,i nt quarter nf mild l'ouiitihi|> 11 s.iiitlt Unnnc Hast thine*
.f. .'aralel' .t the J o.k. way of said Atlantic Coat 1.Ina ..hl-t.. recorded upon pint book "A'r 10 ..- on each side of tho Ci'nt""r lino nfsnid Slrei't In Mtcanupy' loridn, and Section 7. nnd from thi* point t bittuu h t In* S ui t hw i M of t he Nort hout

I h. ., Coml..n, 'I.mpa/h.t& par I Company and atfaln a rlghuof-uay BO i j of tho I'libllc n.... of Alnchun County. I track nml '"lnln. lit Siiubwenterlvdirvrtlon ( tunning thi.nco nlong snid 1 OkahutnkovStrett f of biulnninn n riuht of wnv 40 i)ii n Her, tin Si rtltwi *t qunrti r of th*

.0n.l.'V"n.lwa wvatwaruiyi. oouin AIM* f..f In width. a> aforenald commenclnir j jon Ftoridn at Pau. thireof and run thcncoCunt N.rhw".1 cormr of north 1020 feet and running theneei fi-it in wltltb nmnlnfr pnrnllol to nnil exl.'iulinir Vent In nut iitn 111 r I InNot t In iu>t quart*r'of
eu.vln.of .Id property lytntcml the \K..Ht > of Raid rlKht-of-way of ah.nl MiiAonfo, Stntt TO foot, thence 2 of said M..k.., .' Hudmtn. tinct' i w".1< 610 fnt nnd running tin'tiro tumihIci I'O ftit on citph sidp of tlu* center tin Koitilmtxt ttmrti| >r. thn SouthwoMtiiunrti
.pnt blnir 100-ftH-t.in al Southeast quarter of Sec- tho A. C. .I.. RHilmad' Company and I flfiuth feit, run thenco wist 25 feitthcnee curving In n wwtnlv direction and 'O f w.| to t'hurch strict' and runninutht lino of Hind trnck and runninK In Hi >r of tin Soiitlu unt qiiiirter and th*
running from thence on through the said south 210 fwt to McCormick street, 11..1 throtiKh Block 3. thence on into nco rnHt: tilong Chun-h St. 510 fnt to1i i boulh-rly dirtHton thnmith Iho Northwom SiHithuiht iiiiirt| i of tin Soiiihxvtst uuartir

ton 4 200 feet In width Si.utheaiit quarter of (he Northeast quarter I Iht-nce west 6ft fiit mor* or less to th. \ Block 4 of the. Mnckey A Hud- >lnt of hiirinmng, Aln thp following. | nunrti r of tin Southwest qunrttr and 1 f Sfctinti I. I i vv tittup 11 H.Mith. Kamti* JOrn
AI. .1.Ilor.w., line of tho of no Id\ Section 32.; and from thence on west odtfp of the prrtenl rljiht of way of : and from thi nee a Htrht-of-wav dfucritx.d proM| .rty In M icnnopT. Flt.ridnIn Soul hw i st iiun rl i r of Sout hw it t quarter t Ibinre tliroutili tint NorthenMt qunr*
Railway Into and through tho Northeast quarter Tampa A Jacksonville Rnlw., Com r..t In wl.lh. running to and "tn 17 and 47, 4tt. and 41 rf Iam. Add of mild Section 7 to a imlnt 7 U feet south li Track of the Tampa A located Jacksonville and extend of the SouthtaMt quarur and tho North- thvnco north to point b"innnl, extending t..t on ...In.I..1 ail. of ihvci it ion ,to t hi* tow n of Micnnopy, ,, htridsun f said point of biKinniiitr n. ti from thenpon l iiunrlt-r nf tho Northwtwt quarter, tb*

Company as now line went quarter of the Southeast quarter of 1"1. 'nter line of old trnck and .0mm..lnl I per ,pint nf record\ thireof. Also the rlttht-of-wnv tu> fiet In width runninttinrallid Nnrtlunsr tiuartir of tlu Smilhwtst quarir -
Intt 100-fi-et from auch .nt. the on \ Hi. and on Into ami throutih rltrht of way over, upon and\ across nt the Fast line of Lot.. R of said Tract I follow Ititr .described "pn>pi.rty Commencingat to nnd extirttlmn ?A fti-t on rnrhule nnd thtHtmlhiiini <|iiartir of th* South*
each aide thereof, .omm.noln. ofi a.hS..lon from thence on and Stm-t In r.ln..II. Florida at and'\ "..In. thence In a \.I..rl, direction" tho N.rth..1 corner .r .toil. I. Smith'* 0 n tho rentt r line of nnld track and l( wont qunrtir. nil in Section 10. Iownnhlp

northern b.nd.. thunce E.t in .Hal through Block 1ft nnd from Inl on Into point .br th. rl.ht of way thrtiutrh. I..t. R. 6 and 7 i.r Mnrkiy & Hudson Addition to the Town of Micnnopy. r'1... I IIda. curving to the \\t-wt nnd riinnlitu into nndthrouirh 11 Houih. Kit we JO KHNI th.new throiiyntho
i Section 0. a,1 running Half of and through Dlock 11 to township. line. of thp Jacksonville Knilway Company Tract. and nlxo tho strip which is Nino tho S >uthwtst. cornir of the Smithivmt qunrti r of the NorihinMt quart i r tf tb* North went
i rrlv' direction throunh the Ent all of KB 1.1 Blocks in tho U now located. Also tht. followingUscribed of land Comn.n.ln. at n lulo'inl, 1 on theNort what In known an the Jfl-ncre Lot. aiMign- Houthwont nunrtir if snid Sictlon 7 to thp of Section Jf luwnnhlp 14 Smith.
Halt of the ,
"..llol 0. ttirouvh the West I MubdKmion and 10.1. b.In.made byV.. C. Mill ( strip of Innd to-wit : Comm.n.lnl hi.rn .all right-of-way 32'' I I.id! tn Jiunes Chllil in the dMtlon of H.c1 North lino of 1 ot (t of lllnck H nf (be (own UntiKi' JO TftHt nil tf sutl pmprtjr sitnnt*
No..hol.t quarter of. Section 16 Soulhenitquart throuirhthi l C.: of the South of Section 82.- nt t h* Nort hw mt corner of I..t fiet from. the ... sniil truck nnd 1 I tUm !!ft of TnwiiHhtn 11. South of Ilnnuo0 of rafrftold. In Mnrlon Counl). lloiidnnnil iil. Kinu und It inu in tli* tountf of Mi riuii -
North w..t ..o.t. of the h.1 ndditlon, to (.Hlnot-v.IlkFtorldn I ) nml from thU from tht nee, Shttt f I lotidnAI
half of tho Southwistuunrter tov.nnhlp 0 South of 20 En't, all of MI.'a 1)0 feitent of the Enntrrn' bniindary, line :1.1. point run Fiwt JH'" I Ii
*"r and the East 10. thronirh the Northeast .nld propertv lying and being. In Township thenco East 12 fiit thence South' of unld I nt .. which unid point is n point 1 i I foet :thinco: : tinrlh' : t Jio: i't; thenco Fast I A rittht of wny lit1 fi'il in wlilth e\- SO t hi ful luw intr di of Stctinn the quarterand t South of Rnnge 20 E : Alitn the whole of U2', fovt, thenc* went 1J f..t. thincv oh n public road, and run th..nce in a 210 fiH 1 hence South 2 it to tlir, lino tend ntf from tlu* SmitheiiMt cdup of tin* towiiHpurs>
r of Northwmt north Ii2'' fiet to of bey in ninir. Southeast. dirt. dividing thi> lamls of SmitTi and Cluld I' piithnits )nrun and nthir trnck
q.ar. the hiilf of tho Northwtst Lot No 1 of Mock "H" of W. R. Thomas'NubdfviMlon jwlnt rly ctlon nlong the onstern I of Section Wwtt 21 ; of tho South half of Block No.II Also' I."n.lo.line of snid \Public, wnd 1 I'<>0 fo >l j I thonco iftHt, 87 ftit thonco North. HI cMtiin* 1 JackHonvillo It it it wny Company track nndexti as follown loin ftit nl tiinhnm. rlt-rids.
qln.lo. A riitht of Rt "".\ thi.nco in nml 40 links Ounce West 7 chains nnd 70 ixiuble nml I'nttNiiiK linck JtiU f t nttrnbriin.
100 f..tn\ width of the survey and plat madi by W. CVlilhr wav f..t In wl.lh runlilnir frol run a Smithwesterlyitircctlon iitlinie 32'j ftHt Norihennt fnun such
Aln a .1.hl..C..a'the center lino of c K. nf tho South. half.of Section pnrnllel to tho ..nl.lino trnck ftio r.t on n straight bno to i '| ,.k 1htiiCi south Id chains an.40 t Soutbinot rdwe. nn.I. runninir pnrnlb'l to | ; Ptoiida. SinirU f ml Indunlr n|
..nnln. parallel of th .. which Hnid point Is l! 7 fii 'I to of Said boundI I I'mck, iJ! KH at I ountu, I U rl'n Sum I if
and extending on each videthereof 3.1 Townhip D South of Range 20 Eat. Tampa A Jo.k..n"l. Hallway .I.t. I' R-IO >t Inh point 1..1..10. nnd nttmti salt! trnrk (<> tbp wiiitorn
tin !ifl feet, commrncinu at the North nil of the aliovc-dtflrrihcd property aitunlrd. Company nnd .t.n"I.. t..t wont from 1."h".1 from the ..nt..r of tho track of 'i 1 In,1 lylnir, nml \.In. .lhl".1 II tl. North aiy line i.f snid Lot <1 of said IMoek H nnd |tut 4:10: ftt>t at t mt. I loritla. Single J'tO feit
Norlhwent quarter of the 1lnl ami bring In Townahlp 0 tho center of nurh trnck an.2\ foc-t East & .Jncksom, < Railway Company went qimrti'r .f .. I." Jfl of Township fii m thcncp n i Inht-nf-wnv over acrnsiinnd Olivin*. I Inn.In. Sii-ulf. tl.U fttt at
line of SI and run South Rnm-e 20 Kast.Alxo from tho center of such and run and nt right atigtiN I ihirolo ntnl front !I 11. Smith nf Fliingi* 20 Kant: Also thi. fol tiptm the stritl dlvidinu Hlork H and Ht limit} rioudii. DiMiblv 1C ml rnMaln
Southwent quarter In Section Southerly dl.o'l.nIhrnu.h nintr from McCormick Strwt In Calmsvillp. ; )t-/tico on n lino nt riuht anwle. Haidceiiti 1"'ln. .ilescnlted propel.tv : <*omimtictmHIO : Itiork 10 of Inirfiilil and from (hi nco nt Truck. JH7 foit nt rilltluirpi*. ] lorliU.
nlntr th..n. a of thoRouthw..t n Int with area of anproxlmnti'ly .'I.rl.la. In K southerly directionthn.mh .r linn of snid truck J10 fut to I fn-t taut from the Noilhwoflt eornerof t rlirhl'itf wav U'j feet In width, extend- lioiiblo Itiil, ((170 fitt at North t.siniiville. -

the NO'lhw..t of Section".0.1.21, throughthe I in' HMO square feet on cnxt nitlcof Miller, ** ndditlon tu Gulni'avilluor I..f tit "2 fi-10 feet N'orthvvoHt of titich centi .- I the .1"1 I II. .Smith's" AdditUm,. to Mint't l inir from the SoiithinHl iilm of tin* pun |[ I tnifdn. piiinui otl null nidi 11*. Horiila -
n'lnrtcr t..k R"u.h..1 corner of N rthvn ti I '] dn to Market .r lino of said I trnck nnd from thtnce run opv, and run t hrnco north IMO fnt. mt riubt-of-way of tlip Tnmpn A Jncksrinvillo Indiitilriiil Tju fut nt Nt>tth tininHvilli. -
Fnt half of the Southeast q.a.to. ofSuction r of Northtaxt quarter, ",'.I'on 82TnvMmhIp SI..t. I II 1 [
.arh. I
thmce loridu Alniliiia
I Also In n nrth..to.I" direction on a lint ,' int Din feit thinco HOUI'I ilO ft Itallwny Company truck. In n NortheiiHterly Coiinly tt> iinirailv -
20 .1.0..1 tho Northeast quarterof 0 South Raniro 20 Fn.t, h..ln. I with the lino of 'I'.n.' .. u<'Ht 210 f.it nUn the W..t'h.1 .. AMxueiiitliin, IriiliiHliiiil, I1M) ful nt tutitit -
ctnter KJIM) true) diifctlon rti' fu t, and run n Inn ivilh.
and Nort hwcMquarter A of I.ornl. j jparaltil
Nort ,unrtor 'tttt> riirht wnv. and
t he pn>'pi rty conveyed by M and n'I. upon" acrossMnrktt I It.ildu Km
I of Hruk
I"ln. of lot 27 und 101' i nitl Indu-t-
point nit of
r.1 beginning And to cintir line of xind tmck
quarter, throuuh \ to r. In Cntmnv: ,illo Florida thi .
of .orth.n.t "f. Oaln'a'II. Gulf Railway (Com I nt front t he Sout hw itt rorm'r of Mnid landjuit > Smith, 'H addition In Iho toivn of Mica-I South-wend rly dlnation throtiiJi lots. 2, l 11 in I. tt (I fnt nt i.ami *\ illt* ll.Mi.ta. UM-
of the Norlhintquarter whore tho Tnmpn Jacksonville'Rmtvvay
went I
the South nany 17. 1H09. recorded In .Inl ,
the O.tol. 0 d..I..I.. a right-of-wny A5 fioi Inwidth I.|,> : .MHO I n rUehl of wnv o\er. upon nmltu'rttss 8 H. nud 7 of Itlock Id. I IA Ci rv lnult. lilit trinl 4'0 fn't atI
hw..t of Ififd Hook Co, of is
r | 6B
the wav now
4A7 nnd nf
43f the
pngia 10.nl.l.
Nor 10.1" .I.ht Itinni avitli I loitilu l-
Truck 110
running I In nnd Church Streit of MiQiumpy, m
.tint quarter, and of the 1 r South* Fa.t 1".hln .ounl,. 110rUta' ; feet i ny o fnt at l.uln. H'ill.*. 1 Irtrida. ficnla
nnd\ from
3.1'v of thenrc
tin ,
Southwcat qunrtcr nf 20 ; A IHOthe i AISO. n rlttht of way If) f.'ct in Aidih A rti'ht of way 2rt fnt In width runninunnuillel I nald trnck on .n.h into 'I.ln"l, rfulit ir wnv. 20 .' and upon the "tree! div dln Ulncki* Imclt ( ID Sutlo Pntrl.links ) 5 >ifeit
of on nnd I
following 0.11..0 land lo.wl: All I running pnrnlltl\ to nnd extending 15 fn'ton to nnd extending U'i' feet on ench \l.h. runlin. pnriilli' tn nnd e\ti ruling I in nnd II. of mud I airfield nt Culmsvillf. I
la 'llinnuu
; K. Llni,' Trnck.
; ,
ii'oriro (Jrntit
: in \ tho ceitd"
I nf sueh
.n .r r
of Pinch I II. JackaonvllU ench side of the renter bno of tho raitrrnd lilt* of tin line ,of snid trnck nnd run. .1
-* .nt.. tv. rinrliln' to the Soiilhwi'Mt' hnundm' 10 fii nnd in direction And from the net* n iliiht-of-wny lift feet linltistrlnl Hiii fM t r <;Mhusvillo lluiisaJ
v n

> Unllwnv Company riuhtofway. ;: trnck of the TI & Jacksonville i nln. from. Miirkc"tU. in G"'n..vl. tin n of.: ami from .thenci* n I"'wr'n( "nnln. 1 nnd.0"110.1,saidSmith's In width runninK pnriillil lo nnd o\ti ndmtiVn J n Uk lUlllllll* iMItl. I'KHHlllK 114 I flM't UttiiiliiiNilti
..nlalnln. I I..t> No 8 anil Iraelon. of Lots Hill tuny Ctimpany, :.ncfntr sit1 the ...Ila. fn n southerly .1..I.n. .,, I 11. ,in fnt in width' .1.1..1., .t.Ih..n..> a.r finl on (ach !< of lht> cmtir Hue of I In luitty I rath. IrnluNlrtiil.
nctntt* n Hlri-et
and T In the town ,pint Graham North line of I addition tn rl""lnl I'"nl. .I.II.n.
hot Florida
1 1 No
Hlock 25 of
I..h'r'o said anil MIA fiit '
Gnln"'II. and 50 fiel nn ,.arh tbe 1 nnd .. I I.otn |I" nnd lit nfI trnck, tunning In a Southwistily nl .mmsvillt 1U. Mattery Irnc't.
riondn the iurno 1.ln. In the Southwest Hrunh'H Addition to Goln..II. and rutinlnir I south Un* of .lon nil o snidroperfv ci.nt."h'I.ln.I natd tuu'li In,all. Southuit .r rlnnln." \ .. I d I reel inn throutrh Inln I R. and Rtxitli IndiiNlriiii I".. Tut at Sniilh Cainisvilli,
*ho ,' quarter of said thence Ivlntr nnd 1 In n I .11.1 Smih' n.\.II'.n. 0.0" thi
f Ira 1..n.
quarter > a direction Section CTownHhlp I
.1.. ".rly direction I ihroutrh Section nitiH, .t 1 ots 27 nndJrt of nnld Hlnck I levin til ) of I'nlrfifld la Anidiiill Imclt liidil li in) IHIU nt.s.
ion n.Als .thmtH'h slil I. H" South of Kan 20 Fast: I .n,1 r..ln" uion
Sort ut No 2. through I.>ts 7. no thence Into nnd nf mild 1 litrbln. and Iliftici* tn the vustirtibi .MI Hi (.niniHville I In U'c I'rnck (southlili -
on thrmiuh the .
nf I N..h- addition and th.n.
of nniil rlirht MHO
thi .ontn.ntl.n in nnd in. of ..1.1 HI..k 25 Ih'no across vc-st corner nf Prct'oli tin tire I II uoroitu the 1.,111' nnd 'bitweon.I II. untlary lino of snid Si >'l ion Si ven ((71l ft 11 HI houth Ciihusvillt leutinrk
"'M' ,'unnln. a nonthorly, direction 100 the* .t..1 dividing lots If. and 11 and lotfl \ rlcht of wnv rommenclnar at inch I j lug in H southi' ,ily direct-r..inn Infs 10 and II.t..t of Hnid. Smith's.n"ln.. nddillim and, \l < n rlvltl of-wny forty 11' ft el Inu in.irt. It nt.|< i joint-mi I o\v in d by
fort In width pa.nl. 1o the ctntor Unonf 1 II I nnd 10 of .010 lllork No 25 on Into point In.Intr 2R fii.t In width. runnlnir parnl- I In.t.J. T I t i In A1'tiHt tin t thMicn arnos Strut nn.1 l I lilt h riihuinir tmitillrl tn and t itetldliiKtucnty MM,, i | tn I.it ui Sotilh dnim-Nvllli. Flo.I .
Raid.\ trnck .nd e.l.nlh,. on each side nnd through 14. If), C. nnd 27 of flafdHlcick tn nnd\ exti-ndliiir 12'. feet on mch a de I I 1.'I'rl.ln.1 W"I. I.ar through, nnumg .1.otheiiintM y,. running '"." ..F.'n I''n nnd Lot fl2I ((301 foot nn inch sMo of I Ho center mid by I' ok J dill' fid). <>40 fi *t ntStnii

thereof,if RO the f".I.< NorthrnKt commonclna1., at the of North the 2n and from thence. a.ro. the.t..1 .r tho centi of such .track nnd '"nnln. 1" of ...1,1"! ''rl.. '. I..fM in M nnd 12 I II n".| nl. 1.1..70. and 1..1. "I ri.ts.' 41.61| nnd* MRnnd I line of thp tiarK of tin* Tampa AJfickHonvlIo h Ciitti tilli I la I iitin.lry. li kItoliiMiiIal
line .nrto. fllreetly neuth ot mild! 1 I.t 27 an.1rrm in n Him .rly din'etlon from tho Smith I tluriof. Ih..n.. into n mrmr In Section 'I t* tin," S<'mlnnrv Btroet In- Itailvvnv Company hmtirltlnir H'tii' Tut nt Situih t.nlnisvillu,
Northwest qunrtiM,' nt Stetlon 12 and run- thencn n rtifht of %ny ffct In It no of Knfd SIT t If.n B thrnuvh Porter's adilltfnn and. tbroiiuhal'l tin I H'di'irnck'n.r., off from Hit* mnln lino of I hi* trnt-k JuitdiMciiWd. I 111. (hn u Inn It UlnniiM'l, 47N ftut nt
ootm r n nnd of
ncir ritrhl
.1 Inu thence in n .south-westerly dl..lonh..h I M lilt running parallel to thi cmttr line ntHiild to I ".1.1 .h.ln. wnv In tho Southern nf tb' Smith ln -vill, I'nuk Nn lli
1 FI..ldn. to rtvht In'n' purl < shop 1. 5l<
Hald J.
G.ln.vl. Tatlft : ,
11. tinct TO tlie South.' .p.r. n crop PI (hi. Fn ti rn i mt of nld.
nald Nor thru it .
qtinrter Ih.I t track nnd c''n.ln. from such centf f way of 1'nb.ord Air Lino Hallway I i rn boundnrv theti-. .ntr,.1| Tots rn. ntnl ,IR nnd n1rri n Hide. trnckntid North*.* !"* iiuarlt r of tbo SotithwiHt qurirttr t L nl Si ut h l lin iKHvllle I III. HhoiI >
rthwcBt nnd rluht-nf-wiy line in
rSr In. I
quarter a r a 22 r..tnll Co. .1.1
w..t.rl) dlnvtlon .. of SfCllun Soven < 7i. Towiixhi'i 'Ihlrtion nick No J. 4iti fiit at South dniieaiJli -
l>n>'pirtv i"o..t Snutlurn. | rlirlit-of-wny)' then, for ncrn.s We l"'
100 ft el' In h rnnnlntr, parallol to andixtfmlinff from "ihl. rnmi
o ci'nh.r I(no In aniMMti'rJy Smith -. 1 In Inii-U Nn
.1.1 'n.ln. ,10 fl'D. of llnnno Twi>ntonp U'1 > \ oliop I -10 ful lit
., the \00 the fafii I 'I 1' \\til'(4( tiact.' Ivtng nnd ntfIn I ft of l"t 14 nlin ifdi-trnck nnd rltrht.of.wnv .
ride of
on .a.h cenr dlrt.Uon 11 ."'..1 running fromthenco ,' of wnv o.rr. nrrows nnd upon 1" mill Flint nnd runnlnu' Ihi ncp In n Smithtrlyilinet XiMith (Jaliusvlllv, Motor Car Shed Jrnch,
of !10
S IJintand
Tounship OknhumItco ,
|*> line of .i trnck through the North n o.uth uitc-r1y din-ctlon Hi. rU'l.l. of May of thi. lonl.mr.1 Air thnl. ,pnrt In tht, ,lnn.. uf nM 1"1"" .nnln.Lotn ncrotn.IM, mi lo thn Kinl ion uiinmdM m-xt di 1JH fool nt Smith <.iiint'vtllt'. Ma. InHM -
k-c'nt the Northwmt ,"nre. ofectlon through t.ot 12 nnd 11 of .afd Rtnck 2Rto j I.ina Ioih'>v Co., Ju.t ". '. .1. T lu-ltiir. n Mttnt pnit wnuldl I 11. nnd'on Intrt nnd 10 .f' irrlbi'd which ilnlfoti wioiindH nn* inrludiill'i | 11 Ion Mnlor I in J iiitik. JHO feet tit
82. and H rluht-of.wny 10f f.1 th(> South line of smd Lot 12 nnd. to n j H'Mil' OninpRvllle. Alo tho l Wnl. Ir.rl. Lot I 10 :: : on nnd throuirh: i tbtt d.. Norlption. id-wit ComrnoDclnu nt South l.'iiiii. HVitle. I In Sljiii.liird. IVrtlbivrliaik.
I f.ln. I. inrt Touniihlp II Onuth' itf nniintrrlv illrortlon t
.r tPI to thoi
n w'dth runnfnir 'a..11.1 1 to and extendnir ..lnt In *.nl.1'1 '11 on n lino vith thectpn tntr d'**crlbiil land ..mm..n.lna 4 If.. .: if such Townnhfn Uno lnn.. I i* rmlnuMdti of nldo 11> .Sou)hwent rorru r of I IIP Stun hi n*touaitir ludunlrliil. i lino of Uond H.Mitli at
50 fi't-t on each the center linn ofniit ", <*ion south line of ..1 w.r. ox- ".1 nUn "I
said Lot south 51
dcirreos I la
nnd i.nliiiiivlllt.
[ mlniilos W. of the thiMice 'rt of I he SouttiwoNt ijuttrli r itt Hi ellon J1A fi-ft ut I olfloiitcliSpur.
Ti r
truck. ..mm.n.ln. at the North linof '2. Ntiid right of uny, In.l.uln. n atrip j Southviint corner of Tot No TR of 1"1..1.f *et in.n.1 idth r..n. until n tbtofwnvOR .h..f.wnv tn nnd. r.1 In w Idtli' runnlmrnnrntlel I Sixon ((7)) Towimhlp 'Ihlrtem < >> Siimlv 1 nd J.. /m I nt fan no nSlnwh
> the South wont quarter of the Northwestuarter land off tho Wmt | No 1ng ., ,litj-n to I HIP I..h.r. < i HIT "pn "ml',1 to anil 0,1..1"" in r.111 nn i nch Moitih of I n.l. i.tl. Tot I'oint .
.11. City of rTnlni'svlllo. I"lo.hl.. .* | 1" fiol nn < itch al l(* of cen .It.l nf .thn con of unld trnck. nmlrunnlnir Itanirir 'Iwcnly one I'Jl ) I nut lit rt.K-ky Mil.I
of unlil! S..llon 32 and runnlnahrnco i"f)> R1 fott in xvMth. tho North .n.1 .o..ln. to pint thereof r<.corded unon t..tpn.ln.r said track runtilnv into nndthrough Trum In. I nnd run tin nro Nor I h flvu f R) rbainsthniici I innl.In I ml I'nttrilnu, J<>4 fnt at Crowns,
S. .
In a direction to the 11 feet In width, at the flout'h end .. on 1..mlnnr. lri 11 nt n point .
Sotith-wrntfrly 110 records of Alnchun County rlor-, the Northrn of ilr I! *ctly I South Tatt two ((2)) rhnltin thence Hmilhf lux'ky I'c'lttt. llu Mimlo I n.l. .150 fnt nllluiks
nunty Line dl.ldln. l.n..1 County and h..f. 77 f..t In length on the Fn,t .ld' l In Plat Hook "A" nt pnir* 43 and run ( pmrti nnd tho ijuurUr Southtnxt iiunrter ;I wee n I its HI n.h: 8R .1.In: llni Smith''hoI ; 1 v o i ft> c hn I us. 1 h( nco Wont t wo 1J t ti U.'chy. I'oint I In Siniclo Kiul, .(HI
Machim. County, Florllo. al of nhotecHcrllied tht-tiMif and In.l"dln. part of Lot 31 ; and thi'nco south Rl di>*rreps and 54 minutes the bnlnn to pnlnt of beulnnlnir A Inn nriuiitofwny fell \\riialmota lla Sinul* 1* nd. 4 JIr.
of 1thrnco nnd ,
of SoutbtaMt nunrtir Section Addition runnlnir RnuthIhrouirh I
property bin. befnx In from thencn a right of way 41 fn>t In wi-st. fifirt and ff-10 f.ot to n corner, and In a southerly Iho bnlnnco "non ovor, upon nnd nir i of
Into ami
radford County. Florida : and Raid\ Hifht- width running parallel' to and\ nl.n"ln. | .o thenco north 8n .decrees and 80 min.ul.a through the d..I.n" I'r on of 'h.N"'lh.a.t uiinrtor of tho R."hwo.I'q"nr"tho lol'hw..t. ntrid iliriclly South of tho prnpeily Jnt lny I ukf. lla Slnul, H n.l. 260 f.i-t atlliu
.r..a' .unnlnl from thence Ih.nl.h the 22 f..t on psch side of the center West 141 and ((1-10 foot tn n corner.j quarter Norhoa.1 Sictlnn' < "((1 tn the ( dove ilixicrilMd nnd front thenco n rlirhtof < llni, I In Mluulu I '"I. I4U ft'tt utI
10 nnd South I of
outhwent quarter of tho went quar* of ..alIr.ek.n"\ running from theextens'on j .\ run thence north 10MK fiet to tho nnd pnsslnir through the curving lon. nil nf thn nbnve no unM Section vnv forty ((40)) fe t In width, running IXIIIH. I In hiiiKliKinl.. luim fiit aC
** and the Northwmt quarter of the of thf south line nf said Tot .12 I..went rlirht of N.r'h..1 ,1..rl".1 property Ivnn larnllil and klrkx.i.iil. I In. lii'illiln Inil. I' Jf.lfWl
o wny th* Tnmpa A Jnckonvillo corner of thn Southt'nHt. of nnd. t mmrur .
< uthwf>flt qiinrter of Ha Id Section 82 through said Lot No. fll and through Lot U. .I.n Township II.
M.iiiluiMiii Mu
Ialwav Company" nnd run thenro Si nth of rnth slid* of tho center lino of the main i> h hi I. 1,11.1, SIMr
hence throuirh the Northenit quarter of 10 to the South line of said Lot 80 and 31nml : I wist thenci decreesvirBt NnrtbonRt uunrter of sold Section 10 on Kiinira 20 Font trnck and running tin nee South on a line **t nl liiriiiini. I In Slnicli. Em), R50 fvi'tnt

I he Southeast quarter, an.tho\ Sout.hranti from th.noo a rlirht of way 51 feet 20 feet to n corner. n.t. hiI i lulnir Into and throuuh the Southwest (,pinrtor oftho A nd frum 'h.no. n i lull t-of-wny sixty- tnrnIM w tli (lie North lino of Mluck'Ihlitoin Mirnno|>y. I In At l Juti nrhmlKV trnck.ir.ll .

i Ia.to. of th. Southrn quartrr of Sta*' In width. running parallel to and extend* to foirt south of th. center .of tho 9enbosrd t.rh..t quarter nf Section 11, th..n. five |/881( ) f(.it wlidh, riinnfnir I Mil. of tlu> town of Fnirflild toa rut nt Muiinoiiy, lla. Huwniill
ion fll all of tlm al"... described proprty Inir 26' J f feet Irniik. linliiutiliil -' .() fiot ml Mlcnni>|iy,

lylnir nnd h.ln. Township 7. South of nald truck nnd running. from the unit run thtnc north T* 1-4 iliirrm cant i ii i .dl.n thrnugh the Inl.h..t. ijumfc, ,>rof '113141 feit on ,'n.I, sldo of the center linoof moro ur li im bi yi>inl nnd Hoiilli nf the I In ( lly liurh. II ity l.iuht I'Nintl In.iliihlrlal. .
,f Rnnire 21 Vnrth line of Lot 3ft to the South line i 5KK foot to wist side of OUnnder ftret |: the N'orthwcdt ,,", 'r. RnuthwentMUirter sn d trnck. .omt..n.ln" nt tho S.'h' South Hldo of thotri.t In Pnirflildwhiih .nil Tut Mt Micnuiir.| Mv llmu*
And! ..r"ht.f.way\ runntntr from of nd( T nt 1** ; and from thenco n r'irhtJ [ nnd run 'Ihincp Sntithpant nlonir the Went I nf tho NorthonMt' fiunrti,'r. the bnundfirv lino of the Southwest, 'tunrter nfIho said Html U illroclly South oftho I ruuk, I'IIMHIIIU Tittl fitl nt Micanitfy, lift ,

Ihencp Ihru.h qitartcr of|-J nf wsv U foit In uldth runnlnir, pnrnlltdto .1.10 jf snid ftrcit to "point nf ttetrlnninirtho Northwest .lar. r nf the Souihinttt. <,"a"l Huuthwot ttunrfer' nf snM depot In InlrfliM Aim it rlnht nfwayforlv IIIIHI liimli. J.H r it at TuMawiila, Hht*

'the North wont quarter and the Went hal and ..I.ndln. 14 feet on .0.1 aide ofthi nnmc eonlnlnln. II'| acres of Innd.rnort ter. nnd the Nnrthrntt uuarti' of Twentv-slv fnt nnd I running In n 1..I"n. ( 10) fn t In width, running pnrnII.I ulu l.ti r f the Northcn nunrirr. t he .. center iald truck a",1| 'u"nln. from nr .. Atno. all nf Peeleri addi- Si'ulh.not aunrter of Sfotiun 11 .nee on rlv direction ".. ''tl Section Thirtyfive1R to nnd oxieiiding forty M'H fot on lu lin.l. l'u inii I n> ful ut Illekniiu Hu.SIliHln .
of th Snuthrnut the the North lino of Loin No and 40< to I tlon into nnd through tho North hnlf of the thince inch slilrfnun I.ml I Uf r .
ntiarter quarter and \ tn rininrsvlllo; Florida to I curving 'tounrd Iho Fast nnd tho ci liter line of tho trncknnd > t lit .SuullMl.il.. Hu.IJiiulilu
I the south line of snid f.ots.' all of saidnmperly pint a..o."in. ii' rtor. tho Smtthonst quarter KIH! I'UHHIMK, 4011 fc.
'aj t half of the Southwest quarter of I .h..of. recnrdi-d upon public In'hw.t r""nln. throuuh tho Ntirlhwint fpmrter nf runnlnir along iho branch Mite which U at Dunttnr*
Section A. thnnce thrniu'h, the Northeast Tvlnir nnd hiintr In Hlock .f records of Alnchun county. .Florida in pint .f 'h. l.uth..1 quartir, and .the South 'h.. Northwest ounrtir of tfio rn'd In unches off from the trnck or rMM-- vln. Siniilv Kn.l I MI r. t nt Irvllii*. I'll,
quarter of the Northwmt quarter' and\ the Hni-h'fl a.I.Ilon, tn Oafnraxille; t'lorldfl book .\. n* pnt/e 4thireof, ptcopt, howm half nf nltho..1 qiinrler. .Section 12 in nn Into nnd tmniirh) t Iho n.t .I.n, wnv Jnit discribid ntn.vo. nt n point Ju-4* Slnwlit I-ml Imliiili ml .Ml fi Vent half of the NorthweRt quarter and\ Also. folowln. described l.n.l.. to- .i.r. tho r.lowln. lots In snid Peeler's all 1.ln. and b.ln. 'tn Tov'nHhip' I. South, ti.r nf the Nortlivtittl, qiiard N.rl.. throutihthn .lr. Ni rt hi uit nf tho VorthinHt corm r tifKindt I In linui I rut k. liiHmnif. IfllJ r *i I afe

the North went quarter nf the South went "I: {omm..n.I.. thi* South went cor* nI.ltlon.' lo.wl. Int 21 to 21 both In of flange 19 runt: flu nee on nnd SnuihonMt tpinrter of Ihf 1 NnrthwmtnunrUr flvo tr ) fn Inlifiidd. nnd rurvlnirt XMIIhuiiit Siilniic Miiuli Koil lUninnuUriiMi
quarter of Section 7. Including aide track Tot If U) Ttlnck 2A DrUHh'* Ailditionto I..t. ,. both Inchiftlvp, and 'h..uvh tho S.llh..t qunrtir, of thoMotithwettt nnd, tbo Snuthwint .,.nr".f tho t< tl ind H iht-of.vay then.for an now loeated G.ln"I.>. nml run thencn Fant alonvIhi 1 ots. I IJ to 11 both Inclusive. Alro the iinrter of !ectlnn 7 of Township 1.r'h'n.t qnnrler, nf Srrtlnn 11 to the ti I'M' Vnrth lino of lllnck I Ivo (fit In thl < SliiHlv ( ml. IMS rtt at lulrflilil. Mu.
, In thft Norh".1 quarter of the Nortnveiit ..' nf said 110.1 ** ff.et toMilnt fllo'ln. discribod : 11 Mouth, nf ItnniM. JO I I':ant and fn m nf unld, Smithweit" iitinrter, of l wn of t nlrfii M. nnil tin noo a rluht ofwny lluulilu Kinl, I iiMtinii of>u r.il al Cum, tin

N "1.1. "I Ivlnjr nnd holnir In town- ( of beginninir and rr.n thenn. run cntri'10 l.n.1. ,to.wl corner b..lnnln. t h..nr. a rlrht of vmy' 10 f....t In width tin. Nnrthr-nst chin 8 Smith Rnntrp 21 Fo.l. and naldrluht Wi nt nlon. ti( South line nf finld Block IWle-r'* iiiMitlon to!iivlto{ ,"nnn., pnr.I1 I to In.n.I.\ ." Ir r ..h..r100 fiot In width" runnlntr, nf f'nlrflild tu n point when* such track Mniulv I-n.l. Ill fi.t nt Himtlila. liu. Sinulu -
. nf way ".I.n.ln.on through KM .... to corner from thence run south 10 l>tnl nboxt. n.forfi.d to. nnd a..o.ln. ,,' on ,' .. of r I.. .nrnl. .n,1 .. .n.ln. RO feet on onch Joins with nnoiber trnrk of thi* Tnoipn A.Inchsortv I.ml {' triitkii tumuli at iiiiiiiu'inCily
.u. .
the Northeast of tho South..tr nl.n. the West line of Block 26. 127 foetvmrf .. nth, 5t ill.im.is W alonir. tho lin of '0'0' trnrk nnd runn... into and through m tho ci' .. of pnl-l trnckcrirnntenclnff Illo Itnilwav ('** locnti >t hi tweenlllocks l.nlniiivllli) and tnliYu U) H" I. (tU
r. quarter, and the Southeast nuarter oflouthenut I or |)*Hfi tr> rornt.r nnd from thence I PrMor's nitditlon to flainostillp. 4JO.foot. Ih. Nnrhoao rnriier. of the Northwest I nt such South Dm* of unld N nn
"martyr of Section 12 throuirhth run Fn.t RO fi>it nnd from thence run In i nnil. run tin net anuth thirty .U (311 dour """, r 1..1..1 .tla.lo. nn into Siitithwift nunrtir' of tho Northeast qunrternnd Alno n rlvht nf-wny 10 fft In width runl.Intr |> lAlr

Nnrthen.t quarter of the Northeastnunrtor. a 1'.11 ,'n.h..I, .1..1... 111 fm.t more : .. n. 210 foot an,1>( run thi.nep north and through the N"rh. qnnrttr nf thi. r'Inln. .thonco In n R"llh.ra.I"rly pn nil It I to and extending JO foot onci J crnMH inn Went half of th(* Nnrthrait quarer. or to point h..lnnln.; and. from M di'tcrocs, Fnst tflrt fwt and run theneeNorth .rhw..1 quarter. of Section JH <.'.rtlnn !"n fi><.t through' tho N"Mh hnlfof ch sldo nf the (Vnter line nf tbo frock of nuiituxlniiilily luliil rut i.f ir> uoiiiiil mil
Nf>rthwe.t quarter of Sotithen "u.r thi no right Of "nv ft-it In whlh. 17 dcirrcea forty f40)) minutes west. nil Tnwnnhlp II Hotilh, uf Rang'.JO tlw Mnnthinnf oimrtor of snid Si'rtlnn IR tin Tnmpn A .lueknonvlMo Kail wnv Cnm- IMTII| UUll fut bit IIIMIIII) iilnynni.I nutulcntUu

1.. nnd Fnct h.1 of South wont qnartorSnctlnn ".nnln. p..nl..1 tn nml o'I'n.ln. nlnnir tho tmi. of ".I.w'n tract f..I. Fun: nnd f n,m thi.noo. n rVbt', of wnv 1 .. n lino rlnlnt Rant: nnd Wont in tho l>nny which lortvort tin1 trnrk nf such rlim- KininlN, I niruiK fr.iK. I pr iwiuhliuilita
11. Nnrthraiit qunrtcr of Vorth- on .n.h tho ..nl'r track m.ro or 1i>H.. to ,,. .f 1".I.nln.21 A two Aft fiot in "I.lh.. runnlna nninibl, nndoxtcndinir thiN. ttli' of the Hniilhcnit qunrterof l>r ny at n pn'' t about UK fnt Hinitli of II kiui* MiiihtM. H. n inrli liiv r tin
went quarter nnd W"'.t half of Northwest. .f tho Tnmpnft Jacksonville Railway tho follow Intr di.scribed Innd : .t :2"'j f..t on ench 01 d of the sflfd *4'cton' 15. nnd' frnm Ih..n. the di r n( In nlrflll
quarter and MorthweKt quarter of Southvent Comnnnv, .omm..n.ln. 127 f..et south' of I tho N.rth'n.t ctrner of 1..lnnln. of enter linn of *n d truck, nnd runnliitf. Int. A right nf wny ftR foot In width' \inlh >v< -t vn rid% din rt ion and runnlnirfti hi' tin in. J01 tumiwM wanhiin. >0

/ quarter of Stction 2-1. thence throutrh Block 2ft of BriMh's nddltlnn to nnlnrsvlllennd Pwler's addition, tTTninritvitle. hi ret ofnn the Mono F: f.o.v Grnnt I ii, Alnchun' t tn and oxfomUnir IJt running foot m nuch pi Int to tlio North
,I [ he Fa.1 h.lf.t the Soiitheant of run thence south to the North lino of owned bv Sophie Hilton anknown\ ({ ....nly.rln n.,1 rnnnineIn nn on I > in rairfii l-l tin nn* ihrniurh Itiork 1 Innd Miiivln lt piiiimU i.arlio piit-'Kum.
"unro. ci ntrr of d
21 throuirh the .. ... I.t J nf .'.1 2fl Brush's n-Mitlon to n. Sonhlo. Iilon'4 Int." nnd run thin.? |' i' d'.I.n' thrniu'h l.ntM 2ft tlw "n.k. and run nine In n *i iii' pn) lh<*noo nvr
of th. Northi.ait quarter and Went half I (nln..I. north tfl .1.'. WMO f.-et to the 1..lh'rn ,."r of lot H'. Nnrthirn part if I 1 illnrt i through tbo .Souihfn. 'h.ono.rly Mtrtft illnctly South nf ttu d. put In I'alrfi tu HID air puiMi' ( iickniit, I t sets H 8

,_ r>f Nnrtheant qla.lo. .Northwmt\ quarter PfrTrr'* ...IIt'on, to Onim.s IHr>. Inoor : I.t. N. 2 21 21 41 nnd n nf snid of Fiil.f: Pivtlon 15 n Inln :nnd, : h' :ipmrti < I I on Into nnil thriiiiKh Mloek fl nnd onlilo M, I. wilvif jttnii inrkinif. 9 nttn U. S MitHNli
of SouthfaKt uar!'r nnd Fant half ,I Inf i The f.lowln. d scribed property, to- [ nnd run thence touth Rt devrei-n Wi.ntntnnir MUM.* F Levy Irnnt nlt". I he followmvn Southwest f Minrter .nt the ; tivi r. iipun nnd ncro the street dividing | >rt piirkmtr. I* I rlis* th rot I Idpackinu
South went nrt Section 2fl Thincethrough I "I: nt th" Northwest cor tho t ile-scribed I Smithwont qunrter Ifliioba 0 nnd of tin tn\in of Fnirfleld I btillrt nil itit<
n' .ommon.ln. iauth lino of Pn'ler'-t n> j pronrHv t lying nnd ff lirtlon 11. thinco .. ( iii iinukuitf 1 1 1i
the N 'rth.na quarter of the [l 'nr I.t nnld Hlork 2ft Brush's 4feit'> and thiuro Mouth :,to dimes .13; '11 belnir In tot 21 nf :M:: :it dF. I vy ttrnntt I II Fnfterlv ill n.rtlnn nnd running. ". nv Into n and nn (hi ncn ovi r. upon nnd down the IN dnrlic illr imnip imckiiuf, Mii tm

Vorthwent quarter. Northwest quartir, nfNorthwent I .1.1i'n I. nninesvllle nnd run .thence :'It r..t. thence No'lh1 < <.M I,I n* f.lowl ('omm..noln. II tho South through the Southern pnrt of the Smith flrrot dividing lllocU 7 nml H of I'ntrfiiM ti uck brat-iii* .<> art lirsHuiit) 5t)0 + Inch
quarter. South went ""nrl.r ofVorthwpftt Fn.t feet and thence south to south lino | 4 0 fi.<.t to point of 1..llnln.. ..A Inn th. vest .o.n..nf I..t 2r and run thence 1 nt iimrtep| nt th<> *fmirliwont to tbo point whom Ibid l rack join* tr>|*|u r fluu firrnIiH, n>'J a-mch UiHi-r tuba

qiiait*>r and W..t half ofouthwcc .r Lot 2 of unld Block, .thenco went n, "llf.v\ In. discribeil : l'onm'n.I. at North on thoct lino of mild M, 400t I ti r find thn Houlhwi *t Miifirtornf qiinr with t ho ot In r l rnolc of I ho Tnrnpn & finis, l nvw lot winutiv u pilot, OJ roll* cut*

quarter of ft,>rtlon IR, In.lud'n. I f..1 to eorner, thenco north "5 feet to i nt Southwest cormr of f.. ort. thinro In n Stmtlt-insti illr etlim m thp Jtfiutheti-tt nunrtir of nld Ion fiirknonvlllf flail wnCompany.. Iwlwt-i n tun lump wick, i" luntirn wli'lu-n 1 dcnot .ld{*.. Uwntodtmt of naid rtirhtofwav of 1..lnnln.; nnd from 'ihmcn n .Iuh nfvnv Pei..Iir's nitditlon to Calnesvllli*. the ,: a In. ,.ornll with i > ci nter line of thi. i 1 t nil lying and boing In Her t 11 Mocks H a ml 7 nnd from tht- point limli rtm, m Muw luithtTM <.jiilou uin *

In tht N. rth Half of the N..h. o\or. upnn and across thn I. directly I I iirtme Iti reconti. .. 1.on, the puhl. .ri.cord 4 |, ( Tnmpn ft JrieWinvllle. n.l- : **t>tilh of Knn rr> 20 Kn f th ".t q"a.I'r nt xaid Section SR and beIna .south. off-aid Tot Vo 2 of snid Block | of ,Machim ...nl". Morfdn Hook' I I wnv f'nmpnnv throuvh .nld l I.t ,Ilftn into nn l throuirft tho Nnrlhwe-t strrot divldinir HI-.rKft 7 nnd K of rnfr rintitt U IIHII n rinu* fi>r air pump I
In In width rant and Wmt nnd I i Nn 2A and thonce the following describednropeHv "A*' nt pave 42 thereof and II.t thenceuonth nnd from thoeo ..n.ln. Inn' feet >f !) Nnrlhm-t qunrter and on Into qunrteri and fit Id to the tow -hip line dividing I yd* In inlliwht 'I iti hont rninr. 1 Jait

400 fift In length nrrth and South : Alan to-Wit mmencinir at the 81| d.irrepti W "'.n. tho extinutonof t. lhn smith line of ..10 I.nl t nml thoncrt th oiivh >ho V-.rf h. ant diiartor nf tho ti ,
Hnli iirhtf>f>uiv "Kh'n.ln. Into and! I J Norh".1 corner of Ldt Na. HI nf BlocV- I tbo smith Imp of l'oc'I..'* ndditlun running, nlnntr' the Mm. nf ".1 I.ot' Vnrlhinst quarter of Action One < M, nil and TOM nnhlp It South fHinte ii I'fori i rix ne trurk wl ivl4
through tht. Fntt Ih. So'hf.t < lr.h'. addlt"nn to Gainesville, and ..t| mono or IPKH.. to "point of such extendpi ,| uiflt 112fi fert. tn .In..t ..vln.ln. of unlil nnmfHv Ivintr nn.l l l 'rnu. .'0 FuM whin It Jnlis with tin* ntininitrd n join mil. i pair* car whu IM
quartor nf S< ct'on 14 all of the ah" dtwHertbed 1 I run Eatt 50 f..t. thence. south HI ) Ui P 20 f.H-t \.1 of the ci nt''r linewhire AI'..> a rltrht-of-way. 40 (V.t In width uhlp I South nf lUinire 20 Fnt nnd from mi fn rtvht-of-uay nf thf Tampa A J iekHI nioiinti d "ii JMuriiiili*. I1* tuna HI-CO nd hnri'linr

propertv 1.ln. and heina townahln l I fiot morn nr less to South In. of lot IIof tho Tnmpn A .Tncksnnvltlo ",>|wny pnrnllil to nnd exti.nding 20 feet tbi nci* In n Houth-pitstpi |y frctlon|) on Inln nvill* Hallway Cotni'nny' and frnm I hi1* rnnlt riul *> lnLitrnntlv* t('Utilizer* > >
8. South of Rnnu. 20 Fa.t and nnldrlirht snld 1".1. thenee west thencenorth Cnrnpnny trnck is now tocniid nnd fcomthinco on ..11,11 nld.. of tho eenti.r lino of snidtrnck nnd tbrotitrh thr Nnrthwifit (|unrttr nf the i I 1 Int till piitirnl I >i AlHttni ui liiuu>f>tf. 1 t n ai i > nd
of way ""f ..on.ln. parallel nnd commencing In tho V irilm. ..t tc ft itirirtf| >r. Ihr nr> nn Into and rli/ht-of'Uiiy OM r ncroitu anil Into
on Into nnd th..n'.h I.oU No. 1 I .1..ln.. lino of the trnrk of tho Tnmpn A rni'r of f 101 8! on 'tho boundary lino l b... thnmi/h Iho Sotithvvi t iunilrr( of tho North Tiwimhln II. South of rtnniro 20 rn *. nsh. suw nir IIOMH blind tt, I lucmimtive U ndi r hum -
fm.ll.nl 1. 0..1. irrant and \' Jncksnnvflip Railway Company" In a aouth- twoon Lot and AO and runnlnir thence WON*. qtiflrN r nnil thn Soijtli* nut rpiftiter I If r. fnnfter ile erll il Alto nil uf the fol 'j t inri | liuli liner unaa* .'
thenen on Into Section 2 rlvht of way 10 f.et In width mnnlnipnrnllet i rly diroctlnn NAJ fiet n stake 20 foot in an cnrfifrly" direction tbtimtrh sold' Lot tho N'l.rihwi-nt. quarter, the Vftrthenittquarfor low (njr diNcrlbrd Innil to.wit Alternate IKiunilrt roil tui KrtiiMi AO pound* i ttWHMlo >

In the Arredi>nilo firant and .unnln. tn and nh'n.ln.. IK feet an each -' \.t nf thp renter linr nf th. 1..1 of tho ff'i nnd thrnurh !.>t R. .th<. ttt tbp Smith wont (|iiurt r thi nee Itlockfl nf 10 acres of In ml IM Inir tho oven sin 1 JIIU p tm.Jft Kiatf bum HJU l < lu
from lh North lintof paid Section 2 Mn of the e.n' unld track com- I line of the Tnmpn A h."nda. number* 1 (mn, ]Hi| | ouiHlrt wi Idiriu r i *
Jaek"n.loU.I"av Mnn iM-twoen lot* RH and n" nf ,. c'irvlnir In a Southerly direction nn Into nnd ** block M according tu Town plat >
alnntr inald. trnrk n. aforeiiald In a South m..n.'n.' at thn north I I.n. of lot Nn H I Company and' run rl.ht \fINI a K: Levy frnnt! : and' thenre a throuuh tho Southeast qun-trr of the niNife liy if r Vufrrary dntoil Mnrch 2HI'H iMjuniJ Is brasa rtwU, JjU itsllotu lubruatmtf

winterly direction 800 feet and from that 0.1. Block 211 and runnlntr thence south ana''' to such center lino nf such trnck if way 65 feM In wlilth." run ninir Southwest uuflrUr tn ihp Smith linn of tho f r It C and rmmn Young and beintr -
point a rlvht of wav BO f...t In width run.nlntr I 'th. south In. thereof nnd from thencerlvht I 4H fe't to A pint 2Y fi nt Fnst of th. cunUr .1.1 .to and extending 'Uj ftpt nn ench Sftuthrnst qunrtrr of the H tuthwoMt quar in tho .Southwent |iinr i r of th* Houthwntt I\tn thi* following liicomollvis t
f pa *alt| .| to the center I In. of aa d of ... upon and acmnai Sem llnp of tind run thence In anortherly p.ral.. tho center line 1'said trnck and ter, all f aald property lylnir nnd Iwlni* quarter of flection 7, Township 18 Htoinniive .Nn *>o Unlit Outnlw-r Mil,
truck and .'I.n.ln. on each .1. thereof inary, 1.t In the city of Gainesville. I d rrctlon on a line pnrn'lil' with running from the bnundiirv linn IM'tween n fliatlon t T'.wn hlp \\1 Mouth of | South <>f Ifnnire 21 Pr t and befnif In tin* fll-'j hwN'r tlnrf, HiiM in | .ium"tiW.M. i'')
2' feet .unnln. a nmith wrnterly'" direction A.hla (."ty. Florida : and from i thr 'irnck of the brunch I of tho Tom,-. I'ts f 7 and R4 In Hoiithestorty. itlrortfnnthrough Ps n iff 21 Fa thmuuh the bntanee nf the North 11 rltrht-of-way 30 f.-t In width. th.n'.1\ A .TacC-Konville Rnilway Cotnpnny runj j ..I.I.t. I AT. 410' feet nnd f n m Southerly direction on into Section 7 nnd nnd all of IHorh H ami f "U t (t ft 7 10 and Lficortiitt Ivtr Wot Its J'lnln'lttlpliia I'll.
wwt quarter of the Souihwent quarter of p.rl. to and nl.nd'n.' IK fort on each ninir Into. Peeleri addition. 71*. f'-t n that poiat f deneribtMl prop, throuirh frit* ft, A II 2,'. 27 2 70 llullt Jun mry
I ..1. Station 2. the e.n... snid track and 1 rwint JR feet Funt of the center Imi* of I orty descrfbi-l folowln. on theSruiftrrn .'. nnd ftfl of nnlff Siction to th Pouth tarts nf f tx _' nnrl nil In lllnck 10nnil ton*, builder HaMwln l.oo m>,< < -

.\ North unnlnir from Sntninnry Street thrnutrh tho Brtld' trnck and which pnlnt, Is on the part of ..1.1 o"mm"n.lnl rl.h''- ,f-way the I IrfMtndnry lino nf / ot R" thereof, all of i A atrip nf Innd about 3.10 foot by 110fiot voofl W-.rhM. J'tiltiiflili.hia.. I'n. 1 whiilt. fu. I

A rl cht nf way 110 feet In .1.1.1. rinntnir hal. of Block No. 27 of snM' Rrush'4n )imit h line of t h* propurf y ho"lnhooo ti.rrnlnntlon of the ai.> ,I. a runnliitr 1 I Sfli'l pntpprty lylnir nnd b lnif In Hictlon 7 ] Knot of Mlock ff known n* tho "Ipot l-ioridn purtiiuHi| from tho Cn IK' n A
to and fret .Illon Onlneixllle '0 Church St. and| ,ttencrllwd 1..1| south of ..a'.1'\ .. th.n. lift f"t .rll.t.n., nee BOO j an>! the no* cnntlaulntr on Into and thniuuhtho sit* subjict to lon<* h'lil Ly If flurr t tnn 1 Kmlwfty.
I on ...1.ral.1 nf the center 1 n<. of paid frum ,' a right of wsv over, imon j sdl tlon and from snfd point' run .. 'II. fc
t..k. emm.nelno at tho North line ''M j I .no ncrom Church flt In t ainesvllle, Flor. In a south winterly direction .'.n. a line Imo of Lnt 810 a m lnt, nn snid South- Soulhwmt quarter nf Sect on In. tn the I e'ng' In tho Sotithwont q inrt r of I'M In.It d >u tin* |tnldv\ln Lucomntiv \\
thi l"Ulh..1 quarter nf the S.u.h..1 i I : and from thencv a r ght of .f. cnm '.parallel with tho noiith. bounilnry" lint. oft i rn boundary line 70 r.M Fast from whriibe Mouth Iwmmlnry linr* thpr? f thrnnp the Sf>uthvii t nunrtir tf H-otlon 7 Township inriiiii'I i ui I'n M whiNfi r. fii< l l
".ar. S.ton 2 anil ..nnln. h* nee n'oncln. at tho> > ".hw.>4r corner of that t I p nnrt of I
In a ....Ih ...rl direction throui-h the I I I Galr', Block 27 Brush's addition to North ifl ilcirwrs wpst J10 f..t t. th.south Southern hun..r' lino, thonre In northwesterly Urt half of .Section I' )A thn Hnuth llnpof to the tnwn | In* nnd HurM y mndi* by It WIMH| e fallumnK pasii "vlllf* that Mei south nf Church atri.ft hti. of 'n..1 \pprlf' s and run tho Arrorlonilo (' MoOfHry ifntedLir"h pium nut f Cfiarh 1 wnfolin M *
paid South went quarter of thp a.III.n. on a line I with Grant Jin* nil nf amid 2H jHOff, for WA =
..ton mr
nuarter nf (lalil Section 2 and .hr"h 1""h".t'I'I ISouthDt i 11. >\ fiMf. const
', thenc 45 fet thence North> htffoiMh I 1.0 of uth nf ( nmtlon
n of-wny
corner of F'n.llonl 4 *etion ,print jimt north of thu pnlnt of fonlnninv lnnt21 runt and from thone"n cnrnmonclntf nt the A |
i> NI tho
In inld, ArreHftido flrnnt Thence Ih..oh J i I i I nlng fret more or less, t point of bctfln- of bi'iflnnlnir. and from th.nc. run south. to of rlirht>*>f>war nf us mo width runnlnirI Fn-ititrn- hotindnry lino of Stelfun I J. Infowniihtp car fnut> nf fuMftwiritf Im oral I \ <

the Fm>t half of th*> Nnrth'.nnt quarter. A1" I A lao : .trinninff : nnd from the.nc* a pint: of I I pnrnllel tn nnd oxtrnd ntf thirty-two and II H"iith of lunge JO Eiinf ..ittho Ainu tin service
I 11. *
the South went. quarter, of the Northeaiitquarter [ ,, The present rlirht of wnv of th* TnmtiaA way 10 fe-ft In .1111. .unnln. l tonnd onibalf M.'itVt fft nn each Hfdr from thci itolnt whoro fho Tnmpn A fnct< 1 flnt foflnwtnir flat rtrsi *
the Wont half of the Southi>ant I A right of .ay 30 feet In width do. .1..on.ll. Rnilwny Company, and the fxtonding .n r>.. thie nfi r ilm* of sa d trnck and runnlnir from ii I wav fompnny criMisi i snid II n" nndbifnir A No cur on (uttl of At i iec i
U nl
n..e and th* Southpac nuarier of the I'I scrihefl n. follows- Iomm.n.ln..t a ah\ln. Ih..f. runnln. Into ami\ .'Uolnln. ....r In. nf .ai.1 t trnck ihfnuirh 'h.I I uch Smith lino of the Arr lonir) Grant -in A rltrhl-of-wny 1 ,0 f-11 In width A lu thv it ft> car for
Southweat qtmrter of Section in, thenceth > po'nt' 10 feet Rant of th. 9uthwPt eor- \'llh .. .. \r Linn Rn I.. "m- V.. "i'B 'f Int (U nf uniil M, <. into nnd thrmifrh Fractional Sctiun 1Jrtutxi'le running pnrnll* I to anil extending "*> itn ullno lliw inn thrr i ; t
''n.. nf the I Il psny track n..l .f wnv Just east of K .. of fnt on ench nide of Innpi/rth n cur (mito). |
'mifrti tht Fflpt of the Northwmtqnarter. p.op.rv Jut d..bd and Low ftrant thonco "n ,in'" Lot 0 irrant, th*>nco nn Into and conter line of said motor
the hal. t ".aro. of th l<( I I, ."naln. th.n. south nn a In. "arl"1 I 4ni. I
Northwest quarter and the Wet half of', ', with the west line of Block Br.h' I..td. I.nk" on .ald Lot. (IK nf aaid Mo. close to thp dlvldlnir line hlw pn the t on on Into nml thmnrh the M u h half cars. 5 push I puni[ i r Velf li I

the Southwest quarter of Sect'on IS In,. I 1 1eludlnv I AHlltlon to Gainesville. 175 foot. more or Also F Levy f rnnt tn the I''h.'n hrtundary. Fort hnlf nf the Wot half and 'ho Wmt nf Spetlnn 12 thone* r n Into nnd thrituvhthn Al *i tho following cant 8)I

aide I..k and rlirht-of-way ,|I less to the south line of said Block and I A rlirht of way 40 fet tn width run- line thoroof als. tho folio wing d.| ..crib, d j hnlf of th* West half of Section 80 to tht N'nrthwnt runrt| >r nf the Northwtttqunrtor (* hop mnrhincry ethr
trm ald main rightofway runntna thonc* Fn t 80 f t, thenc* north I ninir parallel to and .to.hn. 30 fr.t on property I"mm.n.ln. at th* North wostenrnor H tith) boundary lint* ther*of and from of Siction II. thone* curving Ina 1 firm ml Kl toots *ce ) j

th..fol In a wenterly direction 176 foot, thenc. Weat 30.. t point of each .11. of the present ma n linw track of 1' :n:5Ihr':0: thonee esuit i ialonw thenc* on Into anil through tho Vorthwtft Southerly dlrortlon nmf runrfntr nn Into >] volis, )JO t yrlo tnc 09 Mutor, 20
rltrht-of-wiir In the Northwest 1..ln.I' horfnnlng. of th A Jncksonvllle Railway tho ;nth fwt thnce I quarter of Sretlnn 31. fnt/i and through th* nd 'hrmitfh the Fnwt half of th* Northeast lin .10 Also right of andaorosfl I southern South UM" the Northeast >iuartr of flouthwrst tiarrrr and the S uthwont quarter tit the press a 0-1
of the Southwme quarter of a wsy ovor, upon rompany at the point of th. land [ right of way of the I *juarter. enno pneumatic nlr
linn U' alio continuation of aald rightofway I Court Street. both for aide trsck h..lnahv. d..rl..I. south of Peeler's' lamp Jacksonville Railway Company. Southeast quartpr nf flnutliwrat quarter V'>rthoan qtmrtiir and th* Wont tialf of driven J home-mnde cumpress r
ef uch.width, ete. runningthrdSiarh and fnr main line also the following de. I I II G.lnOvl. and run th.ne. In a thrnce a north .westerly direction along' i nnd SouthwpMt quarter of nthrnut qunr- the SnuthtaHt nunrtor and th* Southeast I Anrirrlcan shapi mirnr
Northwest corner of Section and the I I scribed property, to-witt Comm.n.ln. at .0ulh..t..I" .h.I'on' throuuh Satlon 8 toa such right of way to th* western boundary j'I u r of raid Section 81. all of ssi Southeast corner nf Section 2 Intoand : I the Southwest eor..of Blok Br.h' i D. L Cln.h Grant. th<*nii* in a southerlyt line of said Lot 05. Ih.n.e north en said\ rt? lyinv and l *!nir in Townnhip 1 tun II to the Snuih lino of taid Section Hnnd inch brit 1 ft tool holdi AmoHrsn

through the E *t half of Ih"o'o: i. I I I addition t C.lnovl. and run thenc.. . throuirh th* ..nte and western bun"ar bn* to point of beglnnlntf Fouth of Ran r* 21 Knst. thi>ne on Into from thence ( Continued r*

Mut quarter, the North quarter ot''': 112 f.e the.. Norb 160 feet t th ..1..1 I.r of the D. L, Clinch rrant t I .10 a ..h. "f way aommwncirtif ( and through ih* Northwvst quarter of the A rfirht of way 100 f* t fn width run- on I'lage )

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; Bradford County Telegraph THE MEBBT-OO-EOC NO y':? :t.&.::, axrairea: -.f t'r..tTYt..t War"lrm< Terrr Bidder attar ., -.

:-. :=t e*. (:. ,,per charged with ttettJly. -

+ P-tr1ABLUHEtJ f: Jl71 r- T> ET Strii, I rah:: :0 fait: .r.awf. : He waj arm>'

" I IJP. fens foe !LJ deep eocEer:!J ran !frru.i '"' !T.cr 25 for sbootinr
; l'at.Wth Wtkl7' on" ridijs! and EDt rt'f a.* Sewod (.104.+. .. ad 1-.t"n .::. ,*uta: DIY b.kaLr: : -.Ir bet the grand nrist ;

Matter at the PtIIice at SUrke Florida -- T) elF sort:: *. Ei: *.*-*.& Je-iJcn, cf :';,41 him Charge -

PREM RS J ciiooviLe. w.o so fi;ti'i:jatxl ,ffe-.ees w-.J! b* preferred b) -
r K. S.analthewl.?._O. nr and PuMih r efexastly cared:: far I extend B. Bayali state game tom

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:hurt ravnoeieta: I of te. ..."41t_ ,f ;
Yearly. 8L. ) ; .Sis 3Ionth' : : e-i'aaMe in Adtaace .-f i atuatxr.e .r !'-' at St.2k. rert s sof ,
t ti a.re.oo twlw Jan M. 1'1't.
M Arhfr11".ng. Rates::' on/ App catit.: ,O
\ LIta.s s.!<4 yon t-1 to ti* eon- RA7 -....
tu.mz: of -7 pretc&t< life t-> my :J loam sad drama .. ... .. .
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; 'd"''''' .u & a".r .. .. great yrf. May Ha dirtne bleasig .
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...., Run. 'r./ ."-.. rJ" :.<> :- ... .- ... ...a. .' I II II i i* open you aJL f'qn'7 sad ._....,Al bitch .. .

., o'. ,1. rf'/O., '" ... 7 ....-: '60'. ; .r...as 7. :e' :rd. :, rkr::.l.., : V : A1..IF lira. J. tt P trs. Hi-!';X1".,'-/f_ ha-ft.. .. .fsrainra. ...___ud

f. T.trv.-i:r rs'gr. 1/ 'II'Cr Reel 1 East, .,.....001 ,;
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...N ran ',f....f: -nil, e.-. '. i ', A.. ; r \ ; I et7 ar-d B J. H-u riek. from. iawrVoral ee..... ..
'rw .r..rf 'z.l -airy'-.> ) prose r..-. 1-jMisj .... _. ._ .. .
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",;."', t ,.rarg; o, r-r.1 :nz: tr.C .' -I -' :"le' ? JeYfer-K-a co'JB- r.." "11 ubd .- ...-- .... ,
'k1lM nOrmFrn. 'r.', ,....4* : hab ., .
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er a..trr. of tie. --.'.'..tf7r. t / Stan ", G-'Titrr.or Xanin. -
!3ggt> tad tea eatery >[.:: : L.. iIII... i
I Irnrr. "? that Keg: was charged Ijj- tie K'.v.rr *"" '*: H r,
a test tux I* f.: ti -..-: ..' f.nd .. ... ._ .. .
'.tM into.ia:: ul7'-4e awrairt i i1 :... :; r in--: malfeasance and mrfe- ctKuini Pl.riMA 'I1ca5 Ezpa

.. .. //t.. .rt.-" ....'-.:. ;, '.- t-: fj 1: .' ,. M44 :i'A- :* :n ...fIK.. moral turpitude *-*. + T.... r* d .

r. ,. .. > ..... ... .. n.. attr.a; i ,,-i >*.r.- locked up in the, U.'Ils- r..nj..1 U_. .n.dtpo.ita... ... ...aobi.tt...:.. ._.toTee .

> y '.-.r'q fi m.o-.I I ; I.r..ra; singto"r'd u. : c .r,-:lI'& ;*il. When Eyes was .a' "' r.-/I .. .. .. ..
a e'at riitt 'A prtotfar .r. *"*".f,ea'.-. of Cvpnit ..
-- .:r iftr ,t'A I "., -t in Florida + ('.-'tat.le at Dade City, that city r..feh.eka .. .... .. '
especially .;>x<- r..'.... rhesus,
e "/ hawk." Florvia ha 4E) war regarded u the wrest spot In u.ta'sading :
attacked the
federal .-,
1-Yi'H, : Erenrnff Xr f.HOMEMADK j' bentanee if the> lUte by motorists who: were ens: _..n.... ..............a .
._- MX on the. rrotuvt that ;crecJt.4 there .tut. of F"orf4! *Comte' of 8rMr
'- to verb
I ft i"late the an extent! f I. Ra.sen J.
vmfiwnuty elatu rf Davis whirr of the al t
i ; rUJ/frDA ( ,j' the that warnings r against:! Dade City named bank do .oiemnlt ..-., "" s P
c'/natJtutK b*< aae of it* r\l'\ were sounded. all .b..i. ft.a...fn.Rt [Ia ..... to the bet
TAGS .hate over the state. .
/ praviavn3.. kr.orl.dg and bl'-f
The tiroauon ,since has been remed. RAW9OX I.Dttrtt

"If ,t. Calif'/ruia the wife. ba10 .". v
"d..u. Iwftl'frwt.' '/f t&vcua* :
'>f fl.'/ '*r. will, h... wearing hip in tM community' prf, r City jo"err.ment. E. S MATTHEWS.
arty"maid the ruling, "and A M DARBY
kr il_ Harnn
"h-/rr.r/uui lags next year. JOB{ w.
i tr"rt' >. BO more" rasa l I i' wuirE.nr.eun.
thin the) inJ h 1lt ; '.'. b
Tbi .. the festal 'jf a campaign sajf jr ;; Depot Carre .
j jtjt J tereat of the wife in the fctuh-tnd'i S.h"bMj. end ._re to before rat '
.'',s-jrtA under UK ad' Tit* "t :.:i day cf Jar 1M4! D. E. KnibtT 'rata
i.f.-rTjiT llartin to have the ante I(:I .property. in other states where the. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +. Patlie.: (SEAL).
f",..,. /nrmunity due. not prevail, to exempt -
m'/r yerMrrallr sfal t/ the I *
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the federal l estate I pATRONIZE
p-/.. wh/j pay f'/r iU tat i Continued
m.iM.i from Page 71.e
i 'm tie death ,f the hll.saM a part +f t.. Home Business

nanTk. farm at Kajford, 1.acv'f ,i of the. .eornntianttr l + + ,.ass \. *.. 3 be........ 2 an .
the heat '/ "aa'M petal in- i:' property.. in California k./ > RIDE GAINESVILLE: o/fa.1.? tan Llo..r and '. ..s.
result in .. / .
a .Iatl',, totems motor
uwci"'.-.. in VAS CIIII"try. ana .,.* ,..f ..... .._.,.._,... : ...,4 forge 20 biaclumith tool u
f>....<:r, and yr..ral c'.rviJetf th*' Conttitution.;- M..nm..T" c/aQ... in iri*' BUSSES : .*ra, fa;i.r* and ivMltfea. i .Ieda.l harji.o
tr-jrtare: going op. months in 1&23. r ra. 1 art trandrcla. 19 pair blaclumi, ht
prl.arera> u o/rh: a. tSbjif"it *zI't > t .
...-/! management' ar.4 real benefit i Fl'/rvia in ill ttut, \r.t'A-rirx the; FLORIDAWeekly Fort Myers-lO-atrmry cusamacityhotel Tampae" Lafayette +'faiuct SCHEDULE: + jcxa.. pot 4 dell at Ii prna b>oeu.1/1*.oeh.Uvreul-a. 1 pre baad vi.atari.. .,

".'111".( ""',,"n the restraint. mfi i I valWtof/ the inheritance tax 1 under eortruction.TampaLocal opened. + For JAX 7:30: 9.00; a. m. t "(prya'>>.u band fcae* ..". 1 I Ti-roblm, llama otte-i!

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i bate provision/ violatt the 154,000 company for marti to be built in Dade City. + J-. 1 Carbic. low pr-Mun ..B...to, and
and 'n. ( onif'/r- FOC C'VILL :
p.hlir. J'/rem 1 i 10 00am.; + nuns :ore.... 1 Smita eutuo
: mlty caoe! inasmuch Industrial ReviewMen fartore of building brick. 'I Clermoct This town enjoying .s-'weid \\ 1
Hart... r mmrndatunu rgard. a* Florwiare + 5:00: 7.00 + 1 tldinc torah I fanka of oxrifln,
for the .t..t/I.IH/"t, 'If nunufai. I (',. T,,,. no hare of the tax allert art-nllrida Power & Light"ompanr ;; improved mail service.Howey p.1D. bonusBUKOIE. tank ru., 1 art hand abeet ma rollo. 1

turir.jf plant at tK* farm twlu/J' :d ed by the K">v"rnmrt while Iltt."r will! extend its lines, from -$300,000 building program .i + + . + + + + + 11 Z rack brae-a* ,and S wood t auger10 shun" wood 2 .4.incn h.i u,

states! under in this *tjulUAPH* 1 tnm mi4m.*. 9tocenxxiv. __ .1..,.
do. Stuart to Palatka. town.OrlandoWork .
P"'fo'/'ro"etr who way
the of to the unif'/r. want frxxj wages muit '
VJif'pi'K a hfalt'ff7., an1! w wrenehe. ID locket
now i.; is OIll.t.J) that thing, mity clause< by th.. attorney general give I good 1"'iCI m return and not Columbia county farmers Karventirg : started, on new FOR OVER aoider Iron. 3 tuon wrenehe wrencnu. 14M?

...."<- ,."'11('.....,l almost, to the point, i if j in conntcticn with the Calif'/mJa a damp measure of it. And m"n'' : larf'e'fl'ta 1) crop. tl2.',.fjtJiJ Trinity: Evangelical, Lutheran t rented drll _*. .1....Pratt 4 "'.a. 4 kit-o.r mod" ping h.taps""."

<, t'jrrir.jf' out the.. fini,kxl. prvlilrt* j I ruling ID lust tf much: mor ennui who want gad service must pay Punta Corda-Sew. municipal l church. ranuncr.., flu. utander. and attaebementa. 2 tar"
nition for (Clearwater New magazine This ZOO YEARS and toe*. 2 I croeiia*.aw. I
Florida an much not little I pier completwLPenaacolafew
Tn tag factory at the state farm says the than ai a* they can. tern share bout I seta ...., die aid
I her Hard work for high waives' U the $ .').fapartmint publish-ed Hot. $0 twit drill. 1...t hum ,i
> I
ie berg .quipped J with
the he .
t reamer. I
marhNr'r .uybolt
t labor house ready, for !haarlem! o3 has been tape 4 band taw, 1
cheapest in the :
and the Approximately 0.044.M4 1 end. occupancy. a world flue expander, and attachment
:? men wad. will b.. I 2 tar
..mIl!'/,i-'l in making the bill wl'! i' ""'II""t d! in) the :S.JlJQ cases pending Green Cove Springs11000.0'X1bridge ) r.ahlanjI''e! than three: miles 1 Palmetto $1,750,000) tomato vide remedy for kidney,liver and "_"l III.vaH,. t setting aurbolt/rolls tape, 4 band ..*.. 1

nrtruy, b* workng out their. inert-i I, California: which will be affected by to be built: acres St. John of white way lights will be installed crop shipped from Palmetto district !bladder: \ disorders: rheumatism -I--.drill 1 seam gauge 1 teater eleetrta, 1' set del lurid. I

t"n"for wrung itninit but will beIcarf.irijf the ruling" of the attorneyKK.tf.TY St'nt-raL river.Jackwnyilk120r'o. along principal streets. this St.season. umbago and uric acid conditions! i'vet" ir.f .toots.....loa.and. chin 1thfeet-,.. 2 elecu boilc:
I (JTlaB'h-5/J.JI'JQ addition be Augustine-Extensive hardsurfaced
to I wajhinv bow. to feet ,
air .
u 4ful tr'S! and : building boa*. 0
aC'I'lr'j I fbe > built'to Orlando Utilities; plant. street program beingi :feet ihafUngb Ju and
ifiK knowledge that will TKAVSfKfCS erected) d an_... pulie*. rnu.
enable on corner Forest avenue i launched GQU MI D for shop v eraUo... 1
Winter nav.n-\\'orle i by city. <
; I u "
resumed water
them l'. make a fl'**' living when and l Clark street. 1,j' i I !ry-r for removinatire.. 1 land
c itove. 21
on new American National Bankbuilding. : Bradenton-Construction of Man OIL"I jack IS to 10 tons vas'u
lake :
r.ka...'I l from Kirmley Uevth/pment |I ma/,... t Marvin
f/rifin. The Oil
state .
j > Fort 1)'ul"-"tltr..ct. be I let aU -- "" "" pump., 1.150 B..1'0:
to -
l to I county's new gulf highway wbegin. I sin tank. .
I I !
Blanche : barrow.
will >' /n be in .2 t'-:
/ a pnltinn tit save Mk. amltoy-u" 7. for construction 41.7 miles paving Haines. City-$500,000 Polk Hotel !I II a : hf.1 i cylinder; Sedan.
titiir >"I"r.M") 20 In Lake Kingtlry H correct internal trouble 'ne.n. t o.
money that hat been ] )Kht i on Tamiaml Trail. *,stimulate vital --u._...?
i lake" opened. I West Palm Beach-$%00OOO bond organs Three sine. To"tner with
t/r- rhly!; jrf-nt in buying lir..nM Kinsley rrlopnjent CI)., All druggists Insist all right of ", ra'I.! ,

.if", uri'i. |r-rir-rBi. .,/ .. acrru :- I t*, (>.a.. W. \'. J5, wd| _I....,t 9, blk.I 'r'Jlltpr""rt.ps taken, to improve West Tampa Sicilia Italian issue favored for school improve- on the original genuine COLOItlD .blaeuel. ,i bodes. OU. arouftd.a",..n,,_. (ens._..__..._._,__track. .....*......n..idetrack.. .
.oa..a..p ."to ... L" .. State lioad No. g!. Club to erect new building. j ments. --n-in hOWs uv .a noua...
'r LA. .. ear
nU'a.my lIe./bt../ _. j houte freight' boos e.,
I j am"a'lftlltructilltl Clearwater I Construction IELLACR It TEARS.Dr I, ".rehouaea. macbin.' chap,
With the coat of Lake Kiriir' ley Development Co., activity in cipaved Drad"ntonSew'It! Braden bjildmg.: .. itructure: future, .hop.,
miruinizthere manufacturing to J. ('. L)Ttf-Lot II, 1,11e.2f), lake Tampa territory continues good. streets in Belleaire Estates ton school building near comple- W, C Rouatree Texarkana. Te%. ry kind* and aatur or improv whatao
will be money I Kj"v."y CIO'rmfJnt-rflun! being broken --ontmues at rapid rate. tion. IJeor DoctorI :- f fir. and all other re.l,-...... owned or

fur ,.,,./) work trod j every dollar) H"IU-h". for new M. E. bad PeU&grs 14 )....... I was nerroca. "f-i. h Rail.Ih.. def n'lant. Tampa A Jaekaon-
I j Lake KingMey parsonage. Fort Myers-Final consignment Orlandi New *' Company, or for th.
ravel l .m appreciated by the Development Co., : Fort Gatlin hotel hadftoma.ch trouble shortness the said Tampa ua of
pro taxpayers V, Nina V. fiowld E ,*-lxt 10, blk 20, Winter Haven-Large asphalt! ',f Deep Lake grapefruit, on way to on North Orange avenue, completed. .f braub MUy Unod. lost welgf.t. Company cr In connectIon 4 Jackao vial therewith!!* Railway totether

., .... I lake KirKvley' Heights. plant to be constructed, In this northern markets. I had vwtmmtnff In the head dizzjne. appurtenance with all the rl"h... pri.il- and

nfi tion "with recent apart, I A. f It Iowden and wife to J. A. town.Tampa. Lake \\"Irth-IZ-Inch water mainbeing horning feet pains In tbe back and, in anywia sppertaiang.thereunto,, belonging or
from /Haiford) It IN rurally iriteretrinv Palmetto Lemon avenue will! be phoulder",. numbness In the lers eonBttratlon. -
laid all
j ChappeU- JO ) along 23d 1 avenue. right, franehbe.
acres 15-5-22.: -room addition to be burning prlvll-ge. and
widened. feet sore mouth
: o note that the mnuniincludm.
have state authorities J liulab Edward: an guardian, to 'built to Buffalo Avenue grammar I.aleertl1Sew white way raah, on the bandy< and arms ...",..mt.,. a Corporation end .operate th. I..o.h.the to be

Kl'iri'la I". "urlered" 350'ay'!I J/: ,t. F. JJ.rno'.t-/l. 11, 14, I&: |1 'tichool. I lighting system completed. Batienwn-Sew company organized Ing: gunburn, turning and itching! revenue read, and all It. incom. ....110.: .Id... nets nhl-.

vitae plates c/r toga, from 2<>, /blk. 2, in! .ctark Dowlinyn a'M. Haines Tampa-Plan* on foot for building here to establish fruit canning Kin. yellow n3Un I on the aMes of tbnwk real.and personal Dronta. and aU o'her propene I.
the 'I""nt"nIt..t of the school bond and was ennlttv or mixed of .very kind
prison plant. very to mni and
farm. :. ""UIIt".t", tit Clara Elizabeth; / l" llinn, et al., to I i issue sold.ArcadiaFlorida. new highway from Tampa to I ZcphyrhilU ,i fctvit I took oil the treatments I which.I'ure the surd wh..r.' Tampa 4&now owned a. to

and. pronf/nty C: Lc.f.th-t fl, blk. I, !I'inehurst Plant City.Winter 4 story business could find being many klndlIyJoodermk ws, Company 1. or map J..luoo..UI.becom. Rail.
|prnvreaa in Ib..If.and then "''v.I Power & 1.1J'Jt Park-Building permitsfor structure to go up comer 5th ave and Internal but I got no war "UI.d In any

animul,. that 1M.OOO' more tax |I F. M. Vearwood and wife to Mel. i Company to Improve local facilities, first six months of 1920, totaled nue and 8th street. relief until I began your treatment or acid the property fhfendcnt.. to be cold a tre property"
wi'l,' !i.. /houifht through. coripeti- ire t eoct of $70,000.BradentonNew. Orlando Extensive Teby 4th 19:66<<. I have ualned fifteen Railway Company Tampa J.ckaon.lIl.
Mfif:' 0.-321)) m' in H-> 1771,710.Total improvements a corporation to ...t'jfrThia !
re* ) .22.John and pay the
ii'" ln'Minir. from pounds and feel perfectly well .a'd' dec,..
other under fie. ..
xourcen, state highway way in southeastern Term .ub. and .... :'
f"r..tb to J. M. of In
Mitchell l $21,233,200 in
every way and work
day I
.ord.! every \
ni not to j
.auk bridge/
r too vih> being section of Orlando.
| a
con and) I.. I D nrflPn--'fucL, ::11.621.Ham"t.n ) ). constructed over Man- contracts made in Florida during want to unre all who are "suffering SOth da r of June. A. D. 1O:'.
till" .f thn .
prUon farm plant." ,site. ,river between Starting: at Haine- tram these W.
I I Beach ')Iv. Co., to K. hero and I'al- i May. City, State oymptoms to write you A. !Spieini l; S- BROOKE:
l-' <. iimbctm,' reach upwards to- I I Kile Tra'-t md tf). road No. 8 to be rebuilt eliminatingall f"1 Ire.. Dlagnoels.M.erk HAMPTON:' a 1\\tI'1'OY 3h.orr In Chan..I7.
H-IM-. ) t i Jacksonville<'ntraet let, for dangerous T. \Vikj. COCJp.Laa fake Fla. Soll.l.on for Complainant
) half million, Kara; curves and .
( not angles.
mark ap->> J I .Midland Realty Co., to J. W.1.It Ivtret I- a-$2,400.040 worth of paving on Third avenue. -2.5r 7. 30
r r'.r' :,, for the near future-an lI.J Ji .Tratt on Walnut and Tenpin 'new building construction under Frostproof E. Allen will bail

.. ? yew, I tog wall; l liar the nam t "tn, Starke.. way. I Jacksonville-1300 houses: In old- large modern garage and auto sta ,

',' r '",ri'la," er part of city will be served with tion. Xotic .K nerrhr gi>'.n that NOTICE .
prominently mt forth ('h".. F:. Sheldon and wife to A. St. I'eteraburg-City i, auction the following' described e
limits on th. landt
.. I.'. ., .)Ir a'lfl l whip. to sewers, upon completion of new F1K3T :IOND\V> In AUO aT. will cold mt public '
n : ; ri" ,ri>la J. Frostproof month before the 1 bring
j GriffiltTract 2.7-22. extended Campaign started Courthuu. the
Ir"w'l northwestward to take : i boor at BdL.i 2nd( clay of and *, .j I t ,ike I Le'l sewer installation program. ao much thereof a. will b, pajTJ Sut.
into the for
tame mo'lvrn subscriptions for neerasry to ; d5OUntlr atarlj./ .
Frank S. Hudson and wife to S. '1 1.2 mica new territory. large modern i, tame, together with the .mount ;.,.. or
cal of .. .
> o. ,.."i.IIInd/ w, IIIMiKMlXON I f. rrewn--IOO acre 2, 11-0-20; 20 First carload 192C Winter Park-Building construe ice plant.A sack .aid, aJ...r..in". ""f01". ah.
grapes .hlpI C.
i rLTCH.
.. titan, Tat
I exceptionally heavy. Collector.
o- .
-- m-r.-ji I-//J.20. I pad from iMy. county I

IJIK I IOOKOI'1,/ I II ... L. Peek and wife to S. C. I, Winter Haven-,-Work to begin i,* Titusville" -"Florida Star Advo- CAKO OF THANKSI Lot 9 1 of beicriplioa Ulk. SJ J. M. Johan Sec. T. K. A. Owner Taiea

i on .\ SY1"tfil'H" ; : M I \HK: (frewin 1 I'sum cat, occupying new plant. ....01.._ .. Costs
acre 2, II, 12-C-.20.I on new $240,000( post office. i -n _"____.
\ JackH'Jnville$500.0,1) thcaterIuil.jinl : wish to Lo.. 0 1 Bit 1 L T 4 Coi. ..,j4-__.___. R. M. Sparkman _.
I Henry Sapp, admlnlitrator to I'building express my heartfelt Lot 1)0.. ....___ 4.32
Hilt .
11 L. ..
T. A C. ._ Bor.'n
.. .. be erected. "|J 1. ._ ____ ___
; _
-npern| throughout| f'nllfor* John D. Sapp-280 aerei 2, 10, 11 Winter Haven ( to gratitude to my many friends of Lot. 8 >a> Blk !U U T. lit !:oe. Wd.Lot _______ c. L. 1-nd.rhiu. ....-.- 21.111
n L. .\M'i'k ap"/'nr,1[ l with squire.hi .tr..fJ20. Preliminary : Tituaville-Impro\cmcnts costing Lawte)' and surrounding community Lots 12 BU I/ 1. T. tt C.... add_._.._._ D.Lltinmon Trubr A Co. __.,.?_ Zl.78 4.n
: work begun widening East: Winter I' OHIO Ulk Ir L. T. A Coo __ S. Whaler
add __ e.t.-
|" ''If Iona their first pnge ami I 'Inltlo,1 States Patent to O. T. :Haven $12,000 will be made in Jay fur their. many kindnesses '; Lot 1 2 a 4 II U U 11 ll.k .5 L__.'___. D.n Rom ._.__.________._ 13.84
if f. I..ri'lit e>litor. hii'l renlizc'l the Nc-el ( highway i I j pa'lcing house and Brockett & to me during i ishown f. 4 t:.... add ...____.__......___..___ 18.0
--HO acren 1 1-6-20.. I Winter I'ar'l my recent ill Lou 8 7 1f.I<. .!9 L. T. 4 C.. add_ _..... t'nk....... ... .
Haven _
I ii'infi'' inns o of the, brief news story United! States Patent to John I< -Ktrteti in Winter I i rink packing home.I fleas Your kindness as evidenced WV4 Illk 8 L. T. c... sub-Jlv.__-_____. Dan Do... : ._-.-.._._____-___.1940
hut promoU"! It they too, woulli !Midland) Realty Co. to M. L. .I! !1' nr r.i'" Iuslne" "titled $$3OVOOO( <> for fret ate fruits that bedecked my room, and .ub li\'. ......,.... _.

.. 'been justified' In miming I .. -- .. -- _. Lou.: 1 2 or EI-! Olk2eL. r.----. Mote Mack ______ ______
large John 1 _
*-- lot Mudinon .t., :Starke.Htinki ; '-- ub- i r-rave the 1'loriilii !Slate f'hnrn- -. New Duck .eta 4 I till 3t 1.. T. C.... sub-oIvlr; _.,_ :.M ml. Dell
England's Largest Farm Bit J9 L T 4 t.... .utMliv.. ._.___ _. Ales Merrick------------------- .78
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birif "rn'nI'rrp. I si R. Thumps amid wife t'It II.Smith ia J Ulk 11 L. T. 4 E. E. snu: : ."
Cut ub-liv.__...__ .;;;::::::=:: :
The uH'rrlC'y tfc-m-rnl of the Unit, .. Trurt N-22: : 27, 2H7l:!l t'-tat:. :Link Blk 4J 4J L L.T.'ra Co.C....,1IIIb-.
fit ' .ot link 45 L. r .c.ub-dlv.. .uu. liv.-....-=::: Laura \v'hlimor., .. .___._._________- a.a6

minitnunitv property of 11 liunbanJ 11. Mortrnn--20 ni re. I.:;.9I.: ) 1 P' iu its 2 I .6 Blk tilt' C 14 N.Temples J. Jonu.0101..01..<1...______.___ Lary II. Kee EnJrllab, -.-_..-?.___.____-___ 4.U2 4.91

.In fulifornin who lien prior to his I M. M.:\ Morgan et "I. t., It It Ai'Lot: fret. U.k 'I .* nut 9 a, free I. B. Rhode--------------- ---_ __.__________. 17.23

wife lernple add. .. ___ ______ 18.80
in niiliJcTt to tinFnlrrol! In- I"'ltllnW: acres l-.ai: Lot S HIS .u ? J.
.3 B.
T-mplw .01.1. ..... Rhoden
I 1 _.___ ___
/heritannTax.. M :M. Morifnn: et ..I.l to. J''.. Lot Lot .3 lia 4",5 u !'",k'. aid L..__..___?__ )U. o. .'''Oh .-.__.__-______ 40.0Z

California m-WHpiipiTu" and l fnljfomianii .Ju'ltlln20. acre l-"i-lil: Lou 5 6 *J a btu Blk C:3 I Reav'a Alv.re.,.dd.. _.._..-__ Jlaml.. Gnnn.John M-rvlck. .._____'___ *2.26**
.Id 1.___ ._ _
ever since riuri'l/i') ii'lon- :\. M :Morgan, ct al., t." rnhn' ft.IoU lut 1 2 :S Ulk 2 W-nn. WJr. ___.__ f low. J ..______._____. 8n
ABC U Mr.. h 7.n
Ulk Alc.
tlon of thn now fninou, amenlmentprohibitintf :Morgan" :20? arras I-H-20.:! ). sSa-Sg add ._ SOn Wun'__._ Sp.rkm.n -___ 17.n

u state Inherltiinrn tux, A. K.: Dunham to !II. A. Bnhnpl : raiT*JIVTl>' lot land bounded'lT"iiyTi m. ""-""""" 'Dr. Ida /. HeUwrgcr
=? ? phi Atenu.. south bjr ___ sly
I'ratt .
have filferc., the Ciilif-.rnla community 1-2 acn-M N-C.2'-:!. fefe s lT Nat i>y >AnUtfr Hjn latnti ..t

property law an nomthinuthnt D. ,\'. Alvarez to H. A. Ili hop l { s '" ?: 1 4 I I On North. lot of tr land land of N. T. Hitch ____._ H.
bounded Kerr
not only offset the advantage' .1 1 acre :.ST.n-22./ S8iiSSai* > talk SI Onuinal, 10wn Nonb 5 and by ___ 10.81

ocrurlntf from 1"I"rlIII'IItntut/ but South by Ry WI by Tbompo
son st _
a n (going even furthiT.' Un-ler' the Hanfurd.-Iocal nhrineri are lay. r On* lot 104 ft sVua'tk m SW sue___ R. It Sparkm.n
California law tho property of a Iraq extensive plnni for an eUbor-' Lou of 8w 1 2 quarter IS It 1_of E Sw QU.rler.2' 1 U E. W. I..'.
hu.I"'nd l J j In equally that of tho wife nto shrine ceremonial to be held la I A ,n 1'oi: gar of liE Quert.h and. ot Drluger. &. ---, !.1.

and upon, tho death ftf the huMmmli 1 hero in (tuber r. invitations t1Murrollllllinl S S Jr-?! .''*j Th.Southuet.... ..... quarter In NW loss. 2u f.. _.22>> C 12 a.

i rquntly)/ that fit the wife and up. (' cities will be exttndcJThd Lou swtu of NWyi --cornet--.--..af--Ja Nay 1 22 cSweat ____ 4."
death of tho husband thereIn ceremonial will be the third -NEA. New York Bureau. 1 3 BIk B 1l..la. add__. r. )I. Ruler
the Lots _
on II to The \\her Luck Inn Wrenthum.. MUM. Is. eonnulereil. the lnrg, "'''c of It* kind In the east. Approximately 10 11, 13 13 U Blk C. a- J- M. R..ln" ----,,, all
enlute tn"..tlon because one bit taifoil, under the auspices of the 15.000 lu 'k .. Ingo .jd. _.___. -Y-w_ 4.01
no < < are housed on the urourxl-. and 140 of th e rare .led to> thehupping block dally. Above la shown All Bib D E F ---- 1. -

.f the owner ,In, itlll living local ihrlne club. the old swimming hole, where the birds enjoy thcrnarl w. while they may Loa 1 Blk 1 W.a...H.. 1 add I K.L.,,..,, ; J r. M.M.RI.'alr Ruing| ___.-_?-- _?-- SiS
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ubscrlption-For fiar50: ; Six Months, 75c-1'ayahlc in Advance.IsFARKlf .
Established 1879 I:. S. :Matthews! Owne-r. ;
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}'OR1\' NINE I FLORTlfIUI1: >.\\'. JLLY: 3'.. l'Jft!): \ '
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Cove To Starke Highway ._ -
) Seaboard Requested to Put inCroswng i \\MIIUN CLHAHS \tl.uitit. National lb, nit of .luKNonvillc vi( I ID) 11111' io) 01.it

on Road 11 fP TAX :MUDDLi: .. .. ItuvH 1'oliro I <.i0.-, HOMI I\-I'III"S: : : ": S :MVi'oii ttM
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I Near Lawtey I II.ill ,of I N.iif I 1,11-; mi Itniul..., ;>! .\\ Eln: : SONi 1f,
Explains Meaning: and Purpose of lo (Opin t'l p Road to tiainctulloand
'ifliiadford > I Si 10 E\' :M\ .\Di) : (01) M\ t'tm lM15511)N1:115:; : ThtIIl111 ,,' ;o.ali"l1.d; It.inK i..I'I
The board of bond trustees :Measures to He NeM Coa"t Sections ,\M"i \ i'nlcll'I'unr\ I .1 I iu"ii valI -

county met August I 3, I \'
1 <:20.( in regular session with the Make I'rolimlnnr.tSurvtv n 1"" ot I1l'11df".1'IIIII, ', lloml.i county the I linn''liih'.' | with his limit -onsticif .
I I ),
Green : July :31.cuk .- vale Tuosiluv iiiiHiiintim to
i i.dh! .wing members present. A. A Tallahassee. Fla., July :iil.-=No Covepl'inlr met in iegul.il' session ; 45, 1 lIa.1) | and I'las :1. and
I Monday, $100,11011.: then, hid
\" on the nuns-county highway: bring .r. (of
Duiden J. II Hitch W. E. Torocle I tax is proponed I. the" power of the I August 2, l 11I20.! with the following this $1 Old r.iHluniied \\ult/ ha- hrokpixout ,,
'ec.kIinules: of the la from Green Cove Springs to Staiko The council Stnike: met sum O.OOO will bo used in "
It. A \\ t,1I1'.tlnll legislature make nppropnations city members .J.1.: 'In another placeh, < ,ml'| ''ied ,-
to ,presentJ.: P.rownle'O
ahead the boardof constructing I hut of road 211thl'IIllh
were rend and approved. to county school funds< : is implied I is being speeded by August 3, 19J'
:Mr S. P Yarboouffh complained and tho apportionment of nil county county commiHMoners of Clay with the following nionibi !ines.cut and ("i. \\'. llmson. comity" the bela lice ruKlniined. Mother, which i- ant in

.f damage being, / done to his place funds would be made by the leg I count, it was: announced today inpicpuiatiun : C. F. ]Hoover, chairman 0.i "'. :Minutes of last ;going tiwaid literal nwdsloi t the hands of tho publisher. .
meeting J'l'ululI,1 { :2H! |! Su:
for the laving of the | Ih.illlC : riey'dSlr..1'sie !
"on Road due to drainage from Alderman L, A Duvis, J. W nppioved. U'H" a little difl'iiiilt to asinto.,

aid road The matter was referred I.some] !1 surface )pavement.This White. Minutt-h of the last: meeting Bond' of.1 .\. Morgan: as constable : Johnson, mu of Llnilncounty's "plum old' fashioned mother" with

to the engineering departmentfor be determined 1 by that body l under thoroughfare will open up were rend and approved.Mr. 1.1 1. for ]Distlifts i 1 .. =No. 2 and Jt, prominent. citizens I was inStu'kc a speodmtr, automobile, but :Sir
j the road to Gainesville end the SVcducsdny Mini 1 stated!' I that
investigation.Mr. provisions" of the educational : Geo. W. !Simons, Jr., of Jacksonville t-Uirke was. piexc-ntod I and Powell says his institution" fr the
of Florida with Green npprovd. the "''ur"f Fond l 2S I through lTn.
I West Coast
: J. H Ritch and Assistant amendment passed by the legislature was present and discussed! latest sung\ cum while hi1 win
) | Cove Springs and is a part of thocounty's i i Ion lincl been, completed] and thatthe
"' Engineer J. Kickliter were appointed of 1925 and which is to be the proposed sewer' extension in I Owing to the fuel that only onepeiHun ,, ( stinted! work "speiMliiDr, ; oxer the ,smooth load to

a committee to meet with voted on by citizens in the November $750,000 highway program the northwestern part of the city, 1 Clove-land Norman came for crow Wpdne'sdny I Still i1 Ue. his. old) home. and that bo

) the Union county board) on the 5th election \V. C. Cawthon state 1, which is creating a network of outlining to the council sonic ryf'', the competitive ,examination forsihol.irt.hip morning at the bridge on the I I Hilibbled, t the words and music
to receive bids the traffic arteries in the county making the solutions of the I Bradford (county line, working toward while' hoas
of August on superintendent of public Instructi possible same..j to the 'I listening to the purr
state university, I :Stork I
: \
Green Cove :Springs; its center. : second crew is
Granny Ford bridge across New in statement today After the matter had boon thoroughly ho ] of the' smooth running motor"Ibeie'H .
pointed out a was duly appointed to l'l'rl''it'esaid also nt ,
work Columbia
river. The committee was author- intended to clarify misunderstanding These thoroughfares meeting in gone into the council employed scholarship in county, i nothing. liko the ihythlino -

ized to dose up on the contract if of the amendment which has'j i this city join the Black Bear trail Mr Simons to make n pre Jim Con.vor I near the I Union county, line, worn .: HUIIIK of auto tires mill thepurr
was placed thepauper I
upon mjr .
or state highway No. 3, n link of : on u .hfr'r'ntUI"'I' ', and they
bids received.It of th" entire of
satisfactory were I liminary survey a motor to inspire music
arisen in the state.Superintendent I I roll nt $.>.CJII) per month. I will i I I ,,
; was ordered that the SeaboardAir Cawthon raid I I which now being started will and also to make up plans for necessary The salary of Kiiivht; livid. janitor '' through Union continue-. the line and, poetry. 1 ," says :Mr I' wull.
Railroad be ordered to shorten the distance to Jackson, extensions. county I Mr.:\
Line l'o\\ell believes that old
that confusion hud developed at the i wus ine'reused to $ 1J.\l1I; 1'111'1 t !
put in crossing north of Lawtey on time of the last legisUtivc session villo by eight! miles. :Mr. Wymun, Mr. A. J. Thomas month. Surviving fiom, (Piilntka 1'1''nll'l'l(' the 1 I fashioned ballads. are coming Into

Road 14 extension.It in reporting action on an amend. )Roads and Bridge Mr. H. C. Wall were u committee I i There being no further business, I! survey weeks to Theressaseveral I I their own again, and says he Is
was ordered the Investigation two-mill state With the consideration of the from the Exchange club requesting the board UK", going/ thence to iromir to vviito at least a half dozen
meat adjourned until the
proposing a next i Lake ami,
be made as to the cost of stump I tax for common schools which was million dollar :Shands bridge across financial aid fur the establishmentof regular meeting which will be held ),I at that City stinting the survey I gaud. ones so that ho will be
I IIt. When the
pulling outfit for clearing of rightof defeated summarily and on the the St. Johns river at Green Cove n city playground.] Upon motion on thu first :Monday,) in September i point, survey "Bittiiiir pretty" when the! pondu.

way on the lateral roads. I amendment that was approved by Springs access to'the Atlantic .- was ordered that the town up-" I, 19.2C. are oll1lll'tI.| will the state road department lum swings backr.Mr.j .

It was ordered that the board advertise the :Misunderstandingof ocean will be made possible. St. propriate $50.00 from the publicityfund G W. Merman, Clerk and select the most desirable .

for a light; truck for the the amendment be voted on in Johns county will build two highways for playground equipment.) ndopt it ns the rout-i .v\ KII.WAV.SOI.1)

grading gang Also for the clear I November prevails to in many partsof meeting at the Shands bridgein The mayor was authorized to issue j' mns iH'N:; <;.\iovOV let of kn.road 28 from Lake City to Pa- : IN: VINKSVII.I.E: :

ing of right of way on road exten- the state he declared. In his Green Cove Springs, one run I I proclamation for city election I I ( IIIC.IIWAV \\ith Union ,
sion. Bids on the above to be received the 1 ning to St. Augustine and the otherto to be held I the second. Tuesday in county's funds available Short line Binning in (','ntralI'Iuridn
on the 7th of September. !statement quoted Jacksonville. September. L. K.': :Mosc-ley, of the !State I Prison i it Is likely the work will start 1 HriiiKN, $:tOO)00nmiiesville ()
constitution and the amendment
as I nt nn early dnto Bids,' for Bradford
These two highways, it is said -- S Io'arn., has purchased, the re. -
POTATO MEN'S: BOOKS follows: I will open up some of the most beau WATEltTOW B.'iKIWUB.Jt: e-ently constructed, bungalow) oil the l e-ounty's pond issue will !bo> + Auir 2.--if. A. !Smith

CLOSED AT LACROSSEGainesville "Section 9, of article 12, of our tiful citrus growing land in Flor- : OI" $1,000: highway north of Staike, from F. C. opened, August 17th and, it is. believed Ilni't ford. Conn, mid( F J. Unman,
constitution defines the county' I II 1 they, will sell rcndily With New York. city, the lommittcc
ida. While Green Cove Springs Hollingswoith, I the owner. :Mr.Moseloy us
Aug. 3.-The LaCrosse I. school fund ns follows: I has been famous for the past fifty Columbia County Authorities Scour : will move hm. family, to t the promise of I the state rand. elinlr- of bond" holders toilay purchased

Potato Growers' Association -, "The county school fund shall years as a resort center for tourists ('ountr,' For Pair of I| :Starko phoitly. whole they will non I that (the load I department win the Tampa amid Jniksonvillo rail-
consist in addition to the tax
with headquarters in LaCrosse provided I II i because of its wealth of pic- I Ilunclit have the ndvanlum- of Starke's ready to start on thin road' at soon load, fi'tincrlv I the Gainesville: anti
Alachua county has closedits for in section 8 of this ar- { t the
at counties
turesque magnolia, palm and oak school facilities concerned wereleailv (iiilf; n short lino with honcbiuirt'. '|
books for the and the report I iticle] of the proportion of the interest with the> It .
year t funds believed
I is in ,
this at
ors 'ity, ipeiial
the side a masters
tiecs tin and
on ,
just issued shows that the association I of the state school fund and I I !SheriffV.. 1'. Douglass of Columbia ('I.ES'i.Y1N: : : this road will ,bo rushed' rapidly\ to xiilo The purchase price, was
of the St. Johns river is no less I
although only three 'of the one-mill state tax appor I county, leading n posse of AWARDED sell OL.\ UII' complet once the contract is M I $:\\110.111111.
tioned to the the net I, ,citizens and Luke City police weruscouring
years old, has been exceedingly county; proceeds I I The 1 T mud .T. was indebted, to the
successful. | of all of the !state within the '(I Tremendous oaks rise their towering 'I' the vicinity at 11 Into hour CIcvey Norman son of I.'. :M.\ I RH-UHINI: ; ''WII"iJo: I bond .holders. .', for $:20,001)) ) in bonds,
Approximately :300 acres were county, ; and shall be disbursed by bends above the high bank'of last night' for two bandits who Norman, of the* Wnteronk section, I ,
I $251),2x6.01! :! )| in accrued" interest and
the county board of public instruction I the river on its east side und as yesterday morning held up and. was awarded. the free scholarship
last by twenty seven
planted year i The Union county, wide, of the t $J"i,(liil) in ooiinstd fees according
for the maintenance nndsuppoit the land undulates eastward toward robbed the bank of Watertown of to the University of Florida, this
totalof solely
members of association. A ,
the bridge whkhlanl., .
the .
\ t Snntn FIItin.r to (the decree' under, which' the sale
14,548 barrels of potatoes grad- of public free schools.; the ocean scores of large oranltegro..es approximately $3,000, taking every scholarship being offered, by the I jut this side or Worthington I was made. bvV. S. Hrowno, Oninon
raised The House Resolution scent the air with perfume.As cent on the premises according to county commissioners of Bradford.Tho ,).
No. 1 and No. 2
ing were I I "I'il1le"| i has boon' losed, to vibe, special, master. in chancery.,
"lIou joint resolution No. 641 the St. Johns flows north advises reaching Gainesville. man him completed] high
and marketed. The association received o young .traffic this. week, duo to repairs The railroad has its northern, ter-
in gross revenue for these proposed by the legislature of 19J3!) : along this land its width varies I A call to Sheriff Douglas at 10 school work and. is mud to be a very I being made us the result of a summa at :Sampson:;' City, about 18

shipments $9(5,018.49( (), which means rends: from three to five miles. Frost is o'clock stated that the two men studious chap' who will take full I washout. The' bridge, will IIP opened miles north of Gainesville; and extends

approximately $870( a barrel average "That the following amendmentto seldom found near this great body i, had been seen, afoot headed toward advantage of this> opportunity to j I to traffic again within the next to I'mathla: in !Marion county
of article 12 of the of water in winter as tho air It I Lake City. education. !
not counting hundreds of bar- section 9 con- secure u college two, or three ,days and traffic IIIIH tibout 21: miles south of here
rels that graded No. 3. The yield '|I rtitution of the state of Florida relating warmed by it, it is, said and prevents The cashier of the bank hud I been routed via Starkp lu Worthington ..

was very high amounting to fifty to education he and the same the element of nature so de. stepped out shortly before the bold l., COUNTY Jl'I>M"S; : COl'RT/ Springs,' pending. tom]>letion

barrels an acre j i Its I hereby agreed to and shall be I structvo to ripening fruit in December up lea..lnloollly\ a woman cm.plo.vec. I of ropaim.LAW I'I'NElt' : '1.\1. Rrm\'l'J's: FOIl

The LaCrosse association has'|I submitted to the electors of the''' January and February, I Eugene: Hunter passing worthless W. A. I1UOUN IIKI.D/ FRIDAY
the > : from doing so much damage. I Descriptions of the criminals> checks; charge withdrawn, on .
I. maintained for three years an arrangement -i state of Florida at general: ( ( ri-n: KKSOSIIIP: : -
with the Hastings Potato -I tion of representatives in 1926, for Excellent Fruit could not bo obtained. They are pu' >ment of check nod. r-osts. I I :MINIS: (fir, I'\UM I'IWIII'"S rum-nil! HorviooK'' for Willio A.

Growers' Association whereby approval or rejection. During the past season it is said saM to have left in a light\ tour i Boston Price, opernting' cur with Brown who way 'brought hero

the latter organization has handled I i I "Section (0 In addition to the taxI I oranges growing along this sectionof ing car, which it It reported they out proper lights; jilend" guilty, $5 I Despite the unfavoriddi' 'seasons, Thursday from Odessa for. l.ul'ial.)

the selling of the LaCrosse yield. I I provided for in section 8 of this the St. Johns have reached the abandoned u short distance from and, costs or ill) "''IY". 1 the shipping season at Lawtpy has were held I Friday afternoon at 2

A closer cooperation between the'i article tho county school fund shall weight of 14 ounces and registered Watertown, taking to the swamps- Ralph Mitchell, possession; of pistol proven highly/ profitable., Corn 'd..k|. at the home; of 'his parents

:; two organizations is now beintr I I, consist I of the proportion of the Interest n sugar: content 30 per cent greater It is said the cur is now in custodyof without license, ; plead' guilty ',, like last Million, proved to bu the' I on Church street.L't .

worked out, whereby the buying of of the state school fund and than the best California fruit i the I<'sheriff but no clue to the $25 and costs or fiO days.BI'VS leader! although had the irrowers | .v. I D.) I I.. 1 I'liillipn had {harga

supplies as well as the selling of I,i of the one-mill state tax npportioncd '''I Tho highway from Green Cove identity of the men has boon dis I of 1 tho county, hud, n more fnvonild.l i I of the service, nod 1 Iwo solootions" ,

the crop will\ be handled by the to the county; nil capitation Springs west to Sturke, will be ono covered.ItKILK.NS. 111.11\( : PltOPKRTYK : HPiiion the number,, of cars" of this i I'wk of Ages" and. Nearer: 1.Cool. ,

Hastings association. taxes collected within the county of the first of the county's construction I -- I'[ tiildo proiliu would have been doubled to. 'I'IH-I-, were" rendered by11": .

At a recent meeting of the Ln- nnd all appropriations by the legislature program! to be finished. it "TltOMNOKTIir.KN/ I.iclic-no 1 pirnluiscrl. through F- or tr.JI.r.IIlIrinll'th. John p"w'II. A large ion,.nurse of

Crosse association J. :M. Kite was which shall, with nil other is believed. The grading and culvert : 'I 1'1 KIP<<1, C.. Hollingswoith! the Itliek propel ,, .. eorn shipping senson rilntives\ ; ,and! friends a,','ompnniocltho
'' h
elected president< ; J. T I1a 'n"s- county school funds he apportioned, work is being hurried to com ty on the highway in the northern'port sixty-t hr.p 1', igerator mis were liculv to its last. resting place
,distributed be ... George; A. Marcotto: of !Starko,; of the town :Mi r. Lit hpno, willremodel Privnlt Cemeterv', and the
worth, vice president, and F. B Co- and as may provided pletion by the Walter lirjson Pu. "rolled!, anil In addition' nn estimated ill ,
nerly, secretary-treasurer bv Inw and shall bo disbursed bv ing Company of Jacksonville and. who has been on u selling nnd advertising -I ) and stucco. the house and. :i twelve, mars shipped', bv express., ''I grnve was covered. with ninny beau

11.11'E the county board of !public instruction the "urful'inj.paven1l'nt soon to be campaign for Mnrko and :milk his home there. ..... The' ears averaged :\-.11\ ( e-rnles. of : tiful floral, ofl''rinlt'1 ring I pall

WALDO TO BiG solely for the suport and main- started, will be done under the supervision Criiuoy. : I Lake :Shores hns returned I i'IM.ii. sioiti JTfj.: OPEN:: i iI j corn each., and nette-d the growers boomers were. : !F. F Stump, F. G.

U.EXT TlirRSDM tenance of public free schiol': of Alan n. :Mills, architect after being gone 8 we.kR.11': I $l.r>0 each. |' lleniintru) .1. II. Hitch: \ C. A.

H.irhecue and Speech bv Governor ProvidedThnt: such apportionment! and engineer who has been retained :Murcotta reports that all through It is reported that n Jacksonville !' 1:it-nil shipments fur t the HC-OSOII'j! Knight l G;i. II liennett: and] H. S.

:Martin Features of Cornerstone and I
Laving II general law based upon some He- ', pose of seeing" that the work will and :Massachusetts he hns advertised leuHp on the former :Mm. bam pi r. 'liicctor, hud ihurge of uniingo.

'Im'cel !principle! of classification! to 1 bo finished economically and effi- '' Starke to its utmost. :Mr. I'| or jewelry store" building' where Strawberries; I'l.ooo: crates of :12 I| merits.

That thriving little city of Waldo, be determined by the legislature."It I ciently. :Mr. :Mills was formerly :Mareotto expect that, wo will ha..e''n I they will open a brunch store.! They quarts "", h. averaging 2"i: cents )per 1 Ho, leaves to mourn Ills ,departure

12 miles south of Staike, has laid, will be !seen that: in charge of road construction for rood season nail, that the tourrts1; have another branch' Ilt.r In''' quart net Several shipments (|fur-I I his parents, :Mr. and :Mrs H Y.

plans for one of the biggest\ daysin "1.-No tar H proposed.\ : the state of =New Jel' ey. j I will come to Florida in large num- Gainesville1; und ha...,. born after a'i i iloiation mg the first of the season brought'I, Thrown his wife and three .ihildien)

its history, next Thursday) August "2,-The power of the legislatureto -- .-- I hers, and that wo should l have our in Startle, for several hotter than $1 I net 'per "quart' Tho ;| Willie :MOP, Cordelia mu ni,| XV A. Jr.,

12th when the :Masonic Grand make appropriations to county |: HUN II.Mt l I LICENSES I'i' share of the touri"ts.11': :Mar-\ months.JA'KSONVII.LE. shortage of tfip strnwb"'rrv crop; | one sister, :Mrs. J. r. Teirell of

Lodge of Florida will conduct the I I Imol fund is implied. I FOR COMING: SEASON:' I cotta believes wo must have a clean .: Kii.\MI: :: this season Wax offset by the 1''ell'nt ''- I Whlto Springs, and, a brother.. II. 1'":.
"3.-The apportionment and dis. READY FOR ISSUANCEThe up week. I..t'a have n lean-up thai Brown of Turn pa.
quality of
tho the and
ceremonies incident to laying i
CLUB: TO) CAMP: : 1\1\101\\1.1-:1': : : ,,
cornerstone of Waldo's new school' tribution of all county school funds I i J' week by the first week in !September. :Members, of the .rn'ks.iIll' f'.x-: market prices.1''ifteen, | Among those" attending the. funeral -
shall made the legislatureupon lie a booster for Starke by < from out of :Mr Joe
building. I be by 1 1921! hunting license nppli.cutjon cars of sweet potatoes I town were:
change Club invaded Starke
the basis of declared 'I r doing soI ,,. en I Douglass of Plant Cit11': and
some blanks the of. rondo'
Governor :Martin will be present I IDS are ready at while were of peppers, Kquash and well as other prominent men in I I principle of classification to be determincd j fire of the county judge. Blanks :j I A. N. :Marcotte of !Starkp, cJe1 music route to Wednesday Camp Innmoknlcp noon where('n other veiritablis., I Iiins Sirs..him: I Douglass. and l daughter!

by that body." will be supplied written request I veloper of Crosby Lake Shores will --.- and :Mrs. Goodc I of Abu'him, Mr.
Barbecued upon '
state :Masonic circles. -
and luncheon
they held their weekly ,,
to County Judge Gardiner or leave soon for an eight week's selling 1\f'l\l.rnm( :Murdoi\ of Odessa and :Mrs!' !Mary
meats and l other eats will fea- 1 Thin '
:MAYOR'S COURT DOCKET by and advertising' campaign in with the boys emnmpfd there ('nlCXlmU'ILIII'it) / |) : ; Dumpier) and two children of
.the hour and a cordial personal application to the coun- I
ture noon club I is pitying the inel-1
expenses I
Arthur Tyso running past crossing ty judge's office in the courthouse. 'tllo southern part of Florida. ; PI..rcp.In invitation is extended l by those in i i dent to sending 1 100 underprivileged Chins. Woo'lbridife, of Gamine-
charge to Bradford county citizensto flagman; bond $5. The hunting season officially' TO IMPROVE I..\\ ":. boys. to this camp for two weeks yule has purchased the, Ki< kilter George; of White. :Spring: \-

attend. John Crawford Plant City, driv opens November 20 and closes Jan- hl.NC.SI.EY KO.\D of ..vacation and their trip Wodnes-i( corner consisting of four. stores, C\RD or. -T'UK-'-=-

ing while intoxicated ; bond $100 uary 31. Below is a list of the va- __ ': day was one of Investigation as from \Te"'r'<. Inman and Ritrh. '
2068 DOZEN EGGS SHIPPED Crawford l had a five gallon demijohn rious licenses issued and the Proposals. fur materials and con. '
well as an outing for the members This Is one of the choiip business We wish to repress. through this
County Agent WarJ' report on of liquor in hit possession charges' required by the county. i struction work on the road, running of the club. locations In .Starke!,; nail the old medium, our heartfelt: thanks and

egg shipments for the period :May when arrested. Resident county hunting license, from! the county line near Lawtey I, w,-.den building will likely he replared appreciation to nil the people of

21st to August 3rd shows a totalof !Sam Franklin Curtis Jackson, $12;;; resident county license with to Kingsley Lake are Included in ; :Miss :Mona' Alderman of this city with a modern l brick! build- !Stnrke: for the kindness. and sympa-

2,068 dozen eggs shipped dur- Ro}' King vagrancy; $10 bond. additional county included $3.25;;; the bids asked for by the Clay was one of the members of tho Inc, Mr. \Voodbridtfo having mailo thy shown us during the recent

ing that period, prices ranging Walter Franklin plead guilty and f resident state hunting license, $10.- county commissioners, bids to he master cUyis In pianoforte pro- ,, extensive improvement to his death of our husband and son and

from 28 to 38 cents a dozen net. I is serving ten days on the street. 25; ; non-resident county license, opened August 17th. Bids will also': tented in recital by Mme. :Maria1Carrcras I other St.irko. purchases The sale brother, also for tho ninny beau.

The number of farmers disposingof These darkies were picked up from $2:>.2:>; non-resident additional "ived at this time for 1m-I as the Cincinnati Conservatory was made through Mr. Woodbrid 1- tiful floral offerings.

their eggs through the county ''ieir loafing stronghold on the: license, $525: ; resident county trap. |-l"vlng the Keystone-Waller; road.I I' of :Music, Cincinnati Ohio, !'o's! representative In !Ptnrke' :AJrs Rote Brown,

agent is steadily growing, and Mr.\ strawberry platform Chief Alvarez ping license, $1.2:>; nonresidentstate Other roads. are included in this July 29.! :Miss Alderman who played F. C. Hollitiifsworth- ;Mr and :Sire.' II. Y. Brown

Ward expects to have a sufficiently giving them the choice of workingfor trapping! license $2325: ;;; resIdent list of improvements to be made at Chopin's Fantasle Impromptu Mi.i Laura Wynn

large number organized by fall themselves or for the city. state trapping license' $10.23; ; this time part of the program laid Op CO, received cordial, applausefor Mr. and. Mrs. L. M. Gray of New- S

to enable him to ship direct to the Willie Hunter, speeding, $20 and resident additional county tra.-aping out by Clay county for Improving. her poetic interpretation and 1 berry, spent Sunday in Starke with Lake 'orth-Clty streets being

East Coast hotels. I costs. 1 license, $3.25. I j'u' 1U road system- i j display of technical powers. friends, paved.[

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+ FRIDAY JULY 30 14,1

I -. .
' of esteem Wardens Terry Kidder ar R
I THE MERRY-GO-ROCND: your many expressions
overwhelms. f'ooper, charged with netr ,.

Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED l To Dr. Bifffrs I wish to thank unlawfully. He was am, I,.

IN 187 hIm for !his deep concern manifested reniber 26 for shooting

I'j"1 1L35s 1- inurert and skill in my behalf.To lawfully but the grandj- ,

Estella Jenkin, of to indict him. Charge
: Published Weekly. on Fridays and Entered as Second C _..'. Jacksonville my nurse who so faithfully: and | offenses wil be preferred '> :'aa

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, florida AQEMRS uPFRA efficiently: eared for me, I extendmy : I B. Royall, state game con n.

\1 K S. Matthews______________-_______Owner and Publiihei cE \ e.t gratitude.highest praise and deepest I er.

J. C. Robinson__________________________Managing Editoi To my friends of Lawtey, who B\NK STATEMENT
I _
made po'M for me to receive :
+ jtz: it ftrrort "t the condition ",fI ,
". SUIJSCRIPTIOR.tTE i these mOAt excellent attentions, I I of Start' lit 8t rk.. Florid .
t g
; indebted. The nl biwiMM Jan 3D.I It'Ze
) am mOlt
; Sis Months .5c-l'a'able in Advance I (( .
Yearly, $1.30; ; !, I rle \ Lord has used you all to the con- rrni

Advertising Rates on Application I -1 to i 1 All loam and duuoonu -
II tinuir.sr of present life my
I I my I Overdraft. -.-_ ..n.-._
t tI great joy. May; His divine blessing t'nIMI SUM Hoed. ... _..
1 I County, and municipal, ,;, bond* _.
Many; a women I u liter! ;,; ai: '. Thi v -. "-rrrr.<-r.t gat. .-.rd the be upon you all. Raking nous*, furnitnr sadfi.ture
,. Mrs. J. It. Pitta. | ; .
m',bilc., When thy; c ,f.O mnc, t<- rr: '. .t.,- f ,r fi:i'ral taxatfnrp. Oth' r Rest Estate- --owned- .-h. ... i, h

5r" klr.1 ma;, tx tt'.j:, ; r..,i..r .'">-<'< when tae r- p.artrr. t I a of Pasco ..a.ertifintesDisc: _
Constable Peter Keye
'. .,"" .-Tlm.. .Tru"n. i ju> .i'e hJ! that one-f alt ',f '.''. 1 from orporatH bar. .

,,-<,- community ,-rtv "a' tftTivi.. 1 i county and B. J. Ilarprlck prose.outing f'..b Itfitu ,
: pro; i
... (I
'fc !li on
for Jefferson: county J -
.,ngrceman Green will "n.if.:I !! Now Atv>rre'y; '**'tral Parz ":: ha, attorney

> acatt'/n m. .h h t'r :r.a'Tr-. cp".t everything; by riling tha' th. have been, suspended from office -r.1' 0.. ..___ un__.

.' f 4;>>w members. who rotid', 'C, ;j jt-r'r: < i.tate 'u tau!.:>. He hito 1 2 \ : by Governor Martin cab: '.1! ntoek paid LlabilltlM in -.... ,

her .tirn.. i of the country -.0'' 'UIrIC".t"J Secretary M'-ll'' Keyes was charged b)' the ROV- .* .colts, fund .. ,- _
i err 'r with malfeasance and misfe- ('iiMiM, )',,,nt. [r''' rr;. Hfrald. I Ioweler that a test! case be j jr- "., Taiet ra d.! i

iruled immediately to determine ::." a-arce in office moral turpitude fminidusl l depoilU subject to v

I'1 i hero_- locked in the Hills. check. .. .. ...__u. ._
ar. up
".-h 1. 'w.; t., go h<>nv'i '" validity of the deHjmn. *a\inir; DmodtsTim. ..0____ _
borough jail. When Keyes was Certificates of Deposit ..
<. a .. r'' a few month" The attorney general rating rf-. c'.r..-table at Dade City, that city ferTifM-d" cheeks .._ ___
atThis\ fall the 'DlrrUJimer tamed a statement of peculiar iterest -.' ('..h.,,'s checks. outstanding _
was regarded as the sorest spot in

a"! **naVorwilt fce singing it in Florida especially smci" the by motorists who were I t T.is! -..... --...........-- Cti
.-'. ,w me the way to come back.' Florida has attacked the federal in- *tat. of Florida Count of Brm 7
persecuted there to such an extent 7 Ramon J. Davis, cashier if ,
r/ainevUle Evening Xew 'I herltance tax on the ground thatIt .f that warnings against! Dade City name*! bank do solemnly swear .
above statement ls true to the ,
-0IN131f.51.UE violates the uniformity clause H J t i b
were sounded all over the state. knowltdire and bI..ef. M
Ff.fJICUI.CUt the constitution because of its rev has been remedied R.'WSOol J. DV Y
The situation since

TAGS I bate provision."If / yf thanks to the efforts of the rORRECT-ATTES>Ti C"' r,

in California the wife has -10 Dade City government. : E. S. MATTHEWS,
Florida's hcnrfr<"H. of thousand ownership in the community ''
prop- Hamnck was arrested prior Co' JOHN W. WHITE.

of motor can will be wearing t! erty" aid:! the ruling, "and her !i.,i.j i. + f I, his suspension by Deputy Game : and sworn to before Di>rectorsSubwrlherl m hit

home-made licence Ugs/ next year. I t rest is no more real than the in- I 22 day of July 1924 D. E. Knich' Harr >

Thi u the result of a campaign j I u rut f)f the wife in the husband'si !: + + + itttt4tttt + +. Public. (SEAL).

inaugurated under the: advice of I i property in other states where theommunity 4''

Governor Martin to have the tate does not prevail, to exempt pATRONIZE (Continued from Page 7 i

farm more generally useful to the I from the federal estate tax: + +

pfplf! who pay for its mainte- | on the death of the husband a part -. liJ ir > \W + Iwnchlces* Buffalo fan 3 benches blower and z ar -ft i,

Kaiford. is K .. ..,a + RIDE GAINESVILLE 1 Champion electric motor ,
naiK The farm, at of the..clm.munity property in California /:3 r- / rand
.. forge, 20 blacksmith tools tt
one of the bent managed; penal institutions I would result In a violationof : BUSSES : 1 ton fullers and ....ed".., ft aledtf h.",.
in the country and the the 1 ners, 1 set mandrels 10 pair. bla..m'hI
uniformity clause in the months in 1926. tonics, ft fae. blocks. 1 Hesculea band ih. hr,.
health and general conduct of theprisoner Constitution." structures going up. J SCHEDULE +
viaduct i pat d.11 pre i4-mch. 1 pip MCIpownr ;
Fort Myers-10-story community Tampa-New Lafayette hack saw 1 Tombltn Harris tncsl
i. such to suggest exceUer.t -
a* Florida, in its suit Invr"'lnthe FLORIDAWeekly hotel under construction. opened. + For JAX 7:30, 9:00 a. m. pros band power I wat.r test pump applying *
management and real benefit + 4:00 Hr-kat on boilers, I seta of
validity of the inheritance ho. p. m. .JI ipt
tax Dade Cit-Xew community
from the restraint imposed Tampa Local interests organizing + des 1 Garble low pr inure fensrator and
coming; stressed the assert-on that the rebate for tel to be built in Dade City. J For C'VILU. 1000am.; + cutting torch 1 Smith cutting tore* 1Uxw.ld
$150,000 manu.
evil to the inJi.viduals .. company
upon tiding torch ft tank of >a)'gen,
and *ne public. Governs: provision violates the uniformity IndustrialllevtetV facture of building brick. Clermont-This\ town enjoying J 5:00: 7:00: p. m. + 1 tank gas, 1 set hand ahect iron rc'iS: 1
t clause inasmuch as Florida improved mail! service. 1 boring machine and 6 augers 20 wood '"ta.
Martin's recommendations regarding Stuart-Florida Power & Light itt + + + ittit + + + 2 racket braces >3 wood chisels 2 !I- neB
the establishment of manufac. receives no share of the tax collected Company will extend its lines, from Howey-$350,000 building/ : pro lied .qua,... 1 foot ads. X wood planes,
j by the government while other under way in this town. 30 locomotive wrenches 10 socket wrrnchts,
turing plants at the farm includedthe Men who want good wages! must Stuart to Palatka. gram FOR OVER 1 solder iron. 3 stilson wrencbt. .; tap
states do. Reference to the unifor- Orlando-Work started.on new .
and Columbia county farmers harvesting wrenches, 1 Pratt A. Wb,_, rachrt
equipping of a tag factory, mity clause by the attorney generalin give good service in return, and nota I. $125,000 Trinity! Evangelical Lutheran 8 dnU sockets 4 ..... 4 med. plug spa
now it Is understood that things skimpy measure of it. And men large tobacco crop. K' flu. ixpanders and attachementa air
connection with the California church. hammers and tools 2 ., I
Punta Gorda New municipalpier ero.reu6-saw
have progressed almost to the pointof ruling it just. so much more ammunition who want good service must! pay i Clearwater-New magazine Thij ZOO YEARS Acme chain hoist S sets taps dies tni
turning out the fmiihed product.The completed. stock 60 twist. drills 1..t locorac' .sreamer
i much not little they can.
for Florida, says the chamI as as ai Pensacola New $175,000 Week in Clearwater, to be published I 6 staybolt tap. 4 hand san. 1
tag factory at the state farm ,I I I ber. Hard work for high wages I U the apartment here soon.Palmetto haarlem oil has been a worldwide I I.) flu. Meanders and attachments. air.
with the best : labor the end. house ready for occupancy. I reamers, 6 ataybolt taps 4 band arts-,. 1
u equipped mathirery in
being cheapest for
I remedy kidney liver and
A Approximately 110.000,000 is involved Lakeland More than three milesof $1,750,000 tomato I ivt \8h' setting cell 1 electric di I
and the men who will beemployed Green Cove 11,000,000 i !bladder disorders rheumatism air drill 1 steam gauge tester 1 set .land
Springs! Palmetto district
I ) in the shipped from .
I I 3,000
crop ,
cases pending in be
the wl, white way lights will installed | I c -ting tools and chuf..j. 2 ol..t"!
in making tag California which will be affected by bridge to be built, across St. Johns along streets. this season. :'umbago and uric acid conditions: light jctenslons', sov feet I Ivrwashing
not only be worknsc out their river. principal hard- ho., 60 feet air ho... .10.
but len-I'I the ruling of the attorney general. Orlando-$50,000 addition to be I St. ug1Jstine-Exten feet shafting belts and -nun'laneous -
tenses for wrong doing S I IIU'LTY I Jack8"nviIle-$20OOO building to built Orlando Utilities I surfaced street program being : pulleys for shop operations I
to plant. GOWMED
"learning useful trade and acquiring : 4 Oil hater for removing tires.land
: TRANSFERS be erected on corner Forest avenue i launched by city. -Iryer .
will enable Winter Haven-Work resumed, *V stove. 21 jacks IS to 10 tons a a
knowledge that and Clark street. I I Bradenton-Construction of ManI makes 1 Marvin' Oil pumps 1-190 gai' la
on new American National Bank ._ .''' ''__
them to make a good 1 living h":1 '' Ban tank :2 steel wheel karrowa.
II Lake Kingsley Development Co., Fort Myers-Contracts to be let, building I atee county's new gulf highway, to \I... ODe Hupmobile, 9 cylinder sedan,
released from prison. The statewill I casino 1'0. ___.__..___._______
to Miss Blanche
correct troubles stimulate vital
Gamley-Lot 7, for construction 43.& miles pavingon Haines City$500,000 Polk Ho-

considerable noon be in a position that has to beenpreviously save I I II bk.! 20 in Lake Kingsley Heights, : Tamiaml Trail. I tel opened. | West Palm Beach$ 00,000 bond organs.: Three size,. All druggists. Insiston bndiiia Together, piers with, fences all rights, tracks of way sldetracil.ra I.,

money. !I Lake Kingsley Development Co., West Tampa Sicilia Italian issue favored for school improve the original genuine GOLD MEDAL. depots grounds stations station houses,
license Frostproof-Steps taken to 1m.prove engine
I spent in buying bouses car housea freight ho"" ...
lag, and general benefit. mu.t ac- I to C'has.V.. V. Bow Ids-Lot 9, blk. State fu.ad0.. 8.TampaConlltrudion. Club to erect new building. I ments. HAD PEtiAGKA TEARS. w..h", ...... machine shops, work shop.,
buildings. ,
20 Lake Kingsley Heights. ;! structures, fixtures or impro\e.
activity in Clearwater Construction of Bradenton-New West Braden- .- i kind
true. 'Pry and nature whatsoever -
I Lake Kingnley Development Co., Tampa territory continues good. paved streets in Belleaire Estates ton school building! near comple Dr. W. C Rountree, Texarkana Tex and all other res I-estate. owned or

With the cost of manufacturing I to J. C. L>Tce-Lot 11, blk. 20 Lako' Dear Doctor held by the defendant l Tamp 4 JacksonMile .
ontinues at rapid rate. tion.
minimized there will be money Clermont-Ground being broken, I bad Pellagra 14 years I was nervDas. Railway Company or for the toe of
Kingsley Heights. Final had stomach trouble shortness the laid Tampa & Jacksonville Railway.
dollar I for new M. E. parsonage Fort Myers consignment Orlandoew Fort Gatlin hotel
for road work and every Lake tired lost weight. Company or in connection therewith to-
Kingsley Development Co., of breath! really
of Deep Lake grapefruit on way to en North Orange avenue, completed. tether with all th
Winter Haven-Large asphalt i rights privilege and
saved is the .
appreciated by taxpayer t/> Nina V. Bowlds-Lot 10, blk 20, I had swimming In the head dlzzlnew.burning appurtenance.* thereunto belonging. or
I plant to be constructed, In this northern. markets. feet pains In the bock and In anywise appertaining.

Lake Kingsley Heights.A. town. Lake Worth-12-inch water main I shoulders, numbness In the le, s. eon- Alas all rights franchise. and
will be privileges
In connection with recent rcpnrtsfrom B. avenue
Bowden and wife to J. A.
feet mouth
being laid along 23d avenue. etlpatton. burnJng sore including the franchise to be ,
Haiford it is generally interesting Chappell-40 acres 15522. Tampa-4-room addition to be widened. rash on the hands and arms rewmbf.. i corporation and operate th. said railroad .

that the state built to Buffalo Avenue grammar Lake Worth-New white way Bradenton= .... ing sunburn burning an.l Itching and all Its Income, .earnings Yenta
to note
( al1// Bulnh Edwards, as guardian, to lighting completed. e. company organized reienuea and profits, and all other .
system property
thonties have "ordered" :; Hobt. F. Demorest-Lots 13, 14, 19, school. here to establish fruit can- kin, yellow skin on the sides of the ,e.l. personal or mixed of ev.ry kind
foot for build! and
Tampa-Plans on neck and was very sensitive to 'sun nature whatsoever' now owned or to
Florida license plates or tags from 20, blk. 2, In Starke Dowlinirs add. Haines City-$75,000 school bond ing new highway from Tampa to ning plant. hent I took all the treatments I which the said Tampa A Jacksonville Rail.

the superintendent, of the prison Clara Elizabeth: Rollins, et al., to issue sold. I'lant City. Zeph'rhil1stltOry business I could find being many kinds-lly. way any .entitled Company b, 0' may become In any

farm-u suggestion. of prosperity> C. IA'tch-I..ot 0, Mk. 1, Pinehurstdiv. Arcadia-Florida Power &: Lig'it Winter Park-Building permitsfor structure to go up corner 5th avenue pod..nnic and Internal but I "pot no ,, !Said" property to be sold as tee proper-y
then'' relief until I began your treatment f the Defendant Tampa .
and proirresg in itself-and and Sth street. dr Jacksonville
Company to improve local facilities, first six months of 1926), totaled Feby 4th 19:8.: I have irvlned fifteen ttailway Company, a corporation, to ..t'..,,. ..
announced that 100,000 more talC'l j F. Yearwood and wife to Mel. at cost! of $70,000.BradentonNew. $774,710. Orlando Extensive improvements pounds and feel perfectly well Terms and .ray the. tad decree. 1_ and "<'I'"

will he bought, through competitive > nice Mfir. Co.-320 acres in 11822. under way, in southeastern In every way and work every day I cash
state highway Total of $21,233,200 in construc- This Joth day of June.
A. D.
hid'iinff, from other sources, I John Forsyth to J. M. Mitchelland section of Orlando. want to unre all who are .sufferingfori 1928.
bridge: being constructed over Manatee I tion contracts made in Florida dur S. BROOMS!!:
"in order not to .ask too gib a con I.. D. Green-Tract. 3S-5-21. Starting at Haines City State these symptoms to write you A. Sperm' hie ter In Chancery.
.river between here and Pal ing May. frI reo Diagnosis.. rn\lPTO a IfvSIPTON
trai t "f the prison farm plant"P road No. 8 to be rebuilt eliminatingall ..
to.I I Hampton Beach Dev Co., to R. met to. Mark T. Week, Compass Lake, Fin. ..Solicitor for ComplBinant.
Jacksonville! Contract let for -25t7 .
.numbers reach upward L. KjJeTract, 23721. dangerous curves and angles.

wi.nlthe half million mark, to-I Midland Realty Co., to J. W. Alvarez I. Sarasota-$2,000,000 worth of I paving on Third avenue. Frostproof-J. E. Allen w1\ built

finr) 'rtly, for the near future-and !, -Tract on Walnut and Temple new building construction, under I Jacksonville-1300 houses in older large modern garage and auto station. NOTICE a.octweice

r new tag will!! bear the nn meI I sts, S'tarke. way. part of city will be served with I A.eFllya'rl MOSD.\Y rn that thu iD tolluwln.'cT. d..bed. lanJa will b. sold at pub c

of "Klonda! ," prominently set forth' (,has. K, Sheldon and wife to A. St. J'etenburgo-Cit limits to bei i sewers, upon completion of new Frostproof Campaign started month much beto thereof. the u Courthuuse.will be necesu boor at to diarksl Bradford 1112d. It County Come the S..t.2nd of day Florida ot i."r Ia I

.r hack! und, white. Florida/ grown :j i iarl J. GI'ICfi&-Tract. 2722. extended northwestward, to take in sewer installation program. for subscriptions for large, modernice sots. to.eshrr with tM" tat "f such 7 ale p."h.sad a".vll.in"amount due. f tie kxn act opposite the .'

l takes. into use the modern l Frank S. Hodson and wife to S. 1 1-2 miles new territory. I Winter Park-Building! construe plant. C. A. t UTCH Tat Collector.

'-h.ntf* rapidly and well. C. Crews-100 acres 2, 11-6-20; 20 First carload 192Q: grapes, I!bip. !I tion exceptionally: heavy.Titullvill"Ilorida .

n -- I acre )-I1ZlJ..J. ped from Day county. )i I Star Advocate" I .\ CARD OF THANKS Lute .{ < of Description tJIk. aJ J. M. Johns S... T. K. A. Owner. j Tale Coils

.tOltl// 1 ON '11111.I| (ihll'TFOR j L. Peek and wife to S. C. Winter Haven-Work to begin occupying new plant. ...<1.__ _._._..._____._._.___._____ R. "
:i Lots 0 1 Blk 1 L. T. & Coi. udd______._ D\I.D Sparkman _
ANY ('II \ "(iI-S: M I \I>KNVwspnpcrs Cf'w161) acres 1, 2, 11, 12-6-20. soon, on new 1200,000 post office J; Jacksonville $500,000 theater I wish! to express my heartfelt Lola t 10 VII 11 L. T. Cos. add.________ .* ""::::::::::::: L:
Henry Sapp, administrator, to buildinjf. building be erected. gratitude to friends of Lou 8 >C> ISIS 11 L. T. 4 Cos. add.______? L. Undirhllf _.u________ 22.'e
r.alif"r-I to my many Lot 12 Big 16 L. T. A C.... add_____.._ LltinirMon. Truby & Co.. _.._?_ 4 ..1
throughout John D. .Sapp-230 flexes 2, 10, 11 Winter Haven Preliminary: Titus\ille-Improvements cost- Lawtey and surrounding community Lola s 10 lIlt IS L. T. i Cos add..._._ {> S. Wheeler E.t.a;. ..- _- H.H
with ,I-fl.20.! : work begun, widening East Winter' SI2,000 will be made in Jay I for their Lou 1 2 a 4 11 11 U 14 Ulk 1) L,___'.____ Itoreo .....?___-__ n.tGl'nkDo..a
week kindnesses
niu lint appeared scare. ing many
hearts across their first page and United States Patent to O. T. Haven highway packing i i house and Brockett & Par Shown to me during my recent ill- Lola 6 7 iilk. at L. T. A C.... add_______ Dan w w __.___________ 1680
I wrq Blk 6 L. T. a. coo _____ Uorr. .
sub-div _
Florida! ) / editors had realized the Neel-SO acres 11620. Winter Ha\'en-Streeh in Winter ash packing house. I ness. Your kindness as evidenced Sib 16 16 A. EL, kits 1 t Blk. IT Kose Coa .._:::::::=:::= :

iifnificance of the brief news story United l States Patent to John Garden Shores!, being paved. I I Miami-Building permits in Mi* by the profusion of flowers and a. Et., lou 1 .I! 101*. la L. r. *

aub-div. ._____ ._._._....
'""m Washington Tuesday night Dryden-80 acres 11620. Wildwood F''. ur new busines. am totaled 3000000. for frst six fruits that bedecked my room, and Lou 1 2 or EI?. Blk 2.n.L. T. atCos. :\1.... Slack _____..._____ 12.41

that promoted it they too, woull Midland Realty Co. to M. L. .ub-div. __.?._._un.u________
ate J 4 Silt 34 L. T. Coa. ."bod.v__..___ \Iaml. Dell __ ____.________ 8.78
f.avp Keen, justified! in using large! Johns--1 lot Madison[ St., Starke. Duck Farm hilt 33 L. 'r. a C.... sutdiv.U ________ Al"t :Merrlck 11.:1
"- .... the Florida State Chamber Starke. New England's Largest > j Blk 41 L. T. a Cue sutMliv._____ E.EE.E.. Snell| __::::::::::.-::: :
soys wife II. *t Blk 4J L. T. t Cos. sutt liv.___.____ Snell ._u______?__ 4.J
Thomas and R
of Commerce.The \V. R. to tiUlk 43 L. T. c.... sub-div. _?___ Julius BuiUr _________ I.U
general of the United Smith Tract, N-22, 27 23-7-21 ,r'.. :lot i hilt 41 L, T Cos ub.div, I, Laura Ulutmorsucy _________ 4.111
attorney alii uu 5 bite C N. J. Jones add..::=:::: Enullsh ______...__.______ 4.08
1 W
I States ruled Tuesday, that M.[ M. Morgan! and wife I. "J.1. VII 14 Temples add.________ H. Kerr "_ ___ 27.:1
J. .
of a hunhanJ;i II. Morgan-20 acres 1521. All free sIlo 'i e* lot >9> & Ira D Rliouen"W"____IIIf. ___.. 18.30J.
community property Lot ,v Temples add. ....._________._
.in California who dies prior to his I M.[ M. Morgan( et al., to P. H lot 6 Blk J3 Temples add. __n__?__., .. D. Rhoden _____ 40.02

the Federal In- Irlan-20 acres 1521. ''Lot Ulk. J5 t'.....'. ..w. I____.________ : O.. .Masoa ____._._____ 1.2&
wife is subject to \ Lou S 4 5 9>> Blk C Rain,, '. add________ llam.. Marvlck T T _.________ 2 24
herltance Tax.California M.[ M. Morgan et al., to J"i Lou a e T a folk a AUsres add_____ E. Gnann. ___*_______ '.011

and Californians Morgan-20 acres 1521. H lou 1 Z 3 Blk 2 Mrnna add._____ .John:"II.... Ualow.. _.__________ 7.011
newspapers lou Alice
raa A B C D Blk 2 Wynn aOne Sparkman 17.1S
since Florida's adon- M. M. Morgan! et al., to Calvn add ------- __
ever amendment Jorllan-O:! acres 1-3-20.; lot land bounded E l"r TYnpl 1 Dr. Ida J. Hoihergcr _____ LIZ
tion of the now famous/ < Avenue Sours br Pratt sc
a state inheritance tax, A. E. Dunham to H. A. Bishop West br Sanderson lane a.
prohibiting North br land of .V. T. Rash ___
the California community 4 1-2 acres N6.22.D. One lot of land H. Kerr .
have offered bounded North' by ____. 1D.SS
law as somethingthat W. Alvarez to II. A. Bishop Sib SI Una-inal. Town
property South br Ky West b, Thorn"One
offset the advantages! 4 1 acres N-0.2nianford.Local. lOa U. _
not only 4 __
oceurinff from Florida's statute but 'K C of lot Sw 108 f0 sVuVrsj la" aw cur R.t.. Sparkman.E __, II."
: quarter of Sw
qua".21 6 U
i, going even furthers Under the shrincrs are lay. Lou 1 16 1..a 20 ands W. rlgg.r Eat -- ... LIt
law the property of a Ing extensive plans for. an elaborate 'a n NE Cur of BE quarter of ,
California Boutntast
quarter less 24 ft. 29
hu"l<.nd is equally that of the wife shrine ceremonial to be held Three acre *" fc;W cor., 01 Nr" I M G. C. Swat __ 488J. tr.

of the husband here in October. Invitations to Wi' of NW4k ..... a 6 IS
and upon the death 8 BIM I B ..i.idd.,, ft M. Ruing
cities will be extendelThe : -SEA, New; York Uur.au M' '.11
surrounding Lo. r. -
wife up. 10 11 12 11 U Ruing)
that of the 1I11t C. JW- ... 4.01
Is equally husband thereIn ceremonial will be the third to The Weber Duck Inn at Wrentham Mass, l a CCJ..hred the largest of Its kind In the east. Approximately Inn .oId. ..-.---.__ -

on the death of the because one be staged under the auspices of the 15,300 ducks' are housed on the ground, and SOU of these are led to the -hupping block daily Above Is shown Lot All Bliul 1 Blk D E 1 P' 0 H IlK L.._ ?-?- J.J.r.I. M.M.Rfoln.Rlaln"_ '.M

n-> estate taxation the old SMlmmlnj hoi, where the bird enjoy themse -e while they may Wysa'a add I IIi L. BI"" __. "*.01
of the owners Is still l living.ZiK local shrine club. '.11


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Cove To Starke Highway -
Seaboard Requested to Put in
(ICAW1HON CLEANS Atlantic: Nution.-il ll.ink of .l.u-k- .\l'''10IKII1: '10 01.11 I)

Crossing on Road II fl' TAX :MUDDLE _.__ un .. .. somille llii.i N Kill ire 1 Issue-- 11011I: :: I INSIMUKS: NEW
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II.ill'uf Issue I l.iii's: i"n Ituiul JsTlii. \ \ KK" l'0KLL SONfJMI
I I CIIY TO 11.\\ E SKY*. Kit MINI: "UOJ'::
Explains: :Meaning nnd Purpose of To Open t .p Road to Gaincit; ille
The board of bond trustees of ;Measures lieNoted I I snni-n' :MADEGco. ; t'or.s ri'OM.MISSIONKKSTho : Atliinli.! ;N.iti.m.il..; ] H.inK to and Wfht Coast Sections
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fiiadford!\ county met August: 3, I On .' 'ksnnv lilt* pun,'liisi.. , (; Simons" Jr, 1I11'ap""I', \ has 1"1'11 ,
, F.mplo.ved tu "' of i omit > "-"IIII11I -illll- ). \ I'a-kinq; utin'
i Wi.!>::!( in regular su--ion with the bond i-siii- of Union i-oiitiiy' \ offered
I lirevn Cove Springs" July :31. :Make Preliminary,. iM's (of Itradt'iiid Comity, Floridi liini'liklil., with hu remituntc
t'llb' wing members prc ent. A. A. j Tflllnhassee Fla. July 31.-No for "111<'. Tui'sihi)' amount inn to,,
!SurvevTho met SHIM-os.' Dad/ I and Pln.i' :Me, and
in regular session : .
Work on thu! runs-county highway: Monday, $:iooo()() tiu'ir '
Durdcn J. II. Hitch W. E. Torodu, the of the' diii being .>:>. of
tax proposed,
power from Green Stniko August 2, Ii2fl.! / with the following'''1' Old l "t'liHliioiieilnlt/, I ha, < broken, "
Cove Springs to
U A Wel'kM.Iinutes: of the la t1111'l't.inlt legislature. make appropriations city council of !SlaiUu! met thin sum $1 ISOHI( ( will hi used in I
to being uhuud the board members prosent: : J. :M. Itrownlee, out in mint her place --he's i umpoed > -,-
is speeded by
were read anil approved to county school funds is implied, I August 3, 102i():!,,1. in regular session constructing I thin pnrt of rmitl 2tlwUllf."h ,) entitled!
of county commissioners of Clay thairmun I.ouis 11. I Mill, J. L. Underbill a SOIIH; .lust a Plain Old
Mr. S. Yarlioouffh/ complained and the apportionment of all county with the following: members> present I'nlon t-ounty, tin* halniu-o FtiKliioneil
juul (1. \\ Unison.Minutes Mnther' \\ hii'll" m>w inth
it announced in
"f lamafrc: being done to his place .I.II county was / today C. 1.'. Hoover[ going toward Literal roniN.Koiitl .
funds would, be made, by the I leg.islaturc : ihairmnn, tl. : of last I hands of I tlio publishersIt's >
5 due to drainage from preparation for the laying of the meeting !read andapproved :2H living Siini'.MdMr.
on Road upon the basis of some declared i Alderman, L. A )Davis J. W a little difficult to ass". latoa
I thoroughfare will Hoiul t>f J A. :Morgiin as < th"I' with
to the engineering department be determined by that body, tinderprovisions open up were read, nnd approved.Mr. <1. 'on-I' prominont citui'iis, win InStaike ,
I ttablcfor" Pi"II'I'I"0.: 2! and I a spccdim;( automobile, but :Mr.Powell [ .
for investigation.Mr. i ... of the educational tho road to Gainesville and the : Geo. W. Simons, Jr., of Jacksonville : J, :;; Weiliievilav, niiil. stated) that '
: J. II. Ritch and Assistant amendment passed by the West Coast of Florida with Green was present and discussed, Starke was presented nnd lI1>prov.1l'd. I the survey of mail 28 through\ t'11. latest says. inspiration fur tha
Il'lCisla-1 son ciitni while lio
); was>
Engineer J. Kickliter were appointed : Cove Springs and is a part of thocounty's the ion liail been completed, nmi that
ture of 1925 and which is to be proposed sewer extension in
Owing! to the fait that only : speeilni, ); oxer Die smooth road tin
$750,000 one
n committee to meet with highway program the northwestern tlio crew started work Wednesday,
voted on by citizens in the November part of the city, Starke
his old
I | Cleveland, homo and<1 that hoI
which person Normiin for
creating network of came
tho Union county board, on the 5th I election, W. C. Cawthon state i a outlining to the council 1 some of the I morning nt the I bridge. on tho 1 scribbled I the words and music

of August to receive bids on tho superintendent of public instructio traffic arteries in the county making the possible solutions of the same. competitive examination forscholarship I Urmlfonl! county line, working toward I while he .
was lisloninu to the
Green Cove Springs its center. I / to the state/ university, I purr
Ford New i !Stnrkr. A second
bridge innlito
Granny pointed out in a statement today After the matter had been thoroughly he was duly crow of UIP smooth running motor."Tliere'H .
These thoroughfares in appointed to receivesaid I
river. The committee author meeting nt woik in Columbia
intended to clarify misunderstand gone Into the council employed county,
nolhitiK' like the
ized to close on the contract if this city join the Black Bear trail scholarship. near tin Union county line, work I rhythmic
up ing of the amendment which has I Mr- Simons to make n preliminary : Jim nuintf of ,nuti> tires unil, tho
satisfactory bids were received.It arisen in the state.Superintendent I or state highway/ No. 3, n link of survey! of ih.. entile town Conyer was placed upon the I ini* on a iliffprpnt survey, ami I they of inottir
"ul'r a to inspinmusic
I roll $
pauper at .IIO( month.Thu .
which being started will per
was ordered that the Seaboard Cawthon raid i now and, /also to make up plans for nee. will proluihly continiio the lane mid :Mr.
shorten the distance to Jackson salary of Ernest Byrd, janitor through ; poetry. says
Air Line Railroad be ordered to Union
that confusion had, developed at the t ssary extensionsMr. county
ville I was I increased to $.1.0\)0\) per' I : IVwrll believes' that old
put in crossing north of Lawtey on time of the last legish tive session I by eight miles. : Wyman, :Mr. A. J. Thomas, month. Surveying crews completed] tho fashiiined ballads, arc cominK; Intotheir

Road 14 extension in reporting action on an amendment Roads and Bridge Jlr. H. C. Wall were a committee I> There b'in110/ further business survey from Palatka to Therossuseveral : I OM.II iiit'ii", and nay ho )la

It was ordered the investigation! proposing a two-mill state With the consideration of the I from the Exchange dub requesting the board adjourned< until the works ago, lining thence to /truing/ .. vvrilo at Il'aut !n half dozen
be made ns to the co't of stump I I tax for common schools, which was million dollar Shands bridge across financial aid for the establishment. regular which Lake City ami starting tho survoy trood ones no that ho will bo
meeting will be
pulling outfit for clearing of right the St. Johns river at Green Cove I of held lit that point. When the
defeated summarily and on the a city pluygiound. Upon motion surveysare
"siltiinf when tho
I on the first :Monday in September pretty" I !pendulum
of way on the lateral roads.It I,I amendment that was approved. by Springs access to' the Atlantic : It.- waM ordered I that the town appropriute 1021 completed, tho state roml ,,10- svvinifs back.TAMI'AJAX .

was ordered that the board advertise the legislature. :Misunderstanding I' ocean will bo made pos ible. St. $5000 froii the publicity W. piirtment will select tho most tlo- .
i- Alderman
for a light truck for the of the amendment to be voted on in Johns county will build two highways fund for playground equipment. I I Clerk- ir"bl" and, adopt,) it as tho rout* : RAILWAY

Also for the clear I I meeting at the Shands BUYS : of road 2S from Lake Palatka.
grading gang. November prevails in many parts bridge The mayor was authorized to is. : City to SOM IN OAINKSVII.LE:

ing of right of way on road exten of the state, he declared. In his in Green Cove Springs, one run sue proclamation for city electionto I IIUNGALOWON HIGHWAYL. ] .

sion. Bids on the above to be re. statement' Cawthon quoted the ning to St. Augustine and the other! be held I the second, Tuesday in \Vith Union county's funds available Short Line KunninK in Central

ceived on the 7th of September. constitution and the amendment ns to Jacksonville. September E. :Moseley, of the State Prison it l 1M likely the work will ,start\ I'loriiln HrinitM .100,001)

follows: These two highways, it ia said, .. I Furm, has purchased the recently at an early Ilnt(.. Bids for Bradford -

POTATO MEN'S BOOKS "Section 9, of article 12, of our will open up some of the most beau WATER TOWN: HANK: constructed bungnlow on the county's honil Issue will ho Gainesville, Aii r. 2..-It. 1\. Smith:

CLOSED AT LACROSSE constitution defines the county' tiful citrus growing land/ in Florida. ROBBED; OF $3.000 highway north (of !Starke from F. C. ||I opened, August I 17th ami it is hOI 1II1I'If..r.l. Conn-, and. F. J, Llsnian,

Gainesville Aug. 3.-The La- school fund as follows: While Green Cove Springs I Ilollmgswoith the owner. :Mr. 1 I liovi-d they will sell remlily. With New Yoik' city /as the committee

Crosse Potato Growers' Associaltion "The county school fund, shall I has been famous for the past fifty Columbia County Authorities Scour :Moseley will move his family to'I :i: tlio promisp of the state road chairman of bund. holders') today. !purchasedtho

with headquarters in LaCrosse consist, in addition to the tax provided years as n resort center for tour Country For Pair of I Starko shortly, where they will that (he. "mail departiiient was Tampa and Jacksonville rail'

Alachua county, has closed for in section 8 of this article ists, because of its wealth of picturesque Bandits {i have the ndviuit.iij.ne, Starke's ready to start on thin road, as HOOD road. formerly the Gainesville and
magnolia palm and oak : sihool faeilitioHCI.KVKY as the (counties concerned were culf! hae with
its books for the and the report I ] of the proportion of the interest a short hcailquart*
just issued shows year that the association of the j-tnte school fund and! tiffs the :and on the opposite side Sheriff W. P. Douglass of Columbia -. I, "i-cady with the funds it IH believed, ers in | hiM city, at a rpechil mas.ters .
of the St. Johns river is less : :NORMAN: I this roml, will IIP rushed I
rapidly> to snip. The,
no \
although only three of the one-mill state tax apportioned I county, lending a posso of jiunhase\ price was
beautiful. AWARDED SCHOLARSHIPClevpy "-01111,1"1 Ion "mice 1< (lie. contract is let. $:WOOOIl,
years old, has been exceedingly to the county; the net proceedfl j I citizens and, Luke City police! werescouring ,
successful. | of all of the state within the I Tremendous oaks rise their towering | tho vicinity at n late hour Norman-- son of F. M. I, f The T iind, .T. was indebted to the

Approximately 300 acres were county; and shall be disbursed by heads/ above tho high bank last night for two bandits who Norman of the Wateiouk section, I!, Iml'fin| |SI( liltllXiK: I bond holders, for $;">20.00D in bonds' ,

planted last year by twenty-seven the county board of public In truc-I of the river on its east side and as yesterday morning held up and was awarded<1 the free- scholarship I I $'! !I.Hll.nl::! ] in accrued" I Interest, ( and
and the land undulates eastward toward The Union county niit.| of the fJ.VOOO:!; ) in counsel fees, accorilmffto
members of the association. A total tion solely for the maintenance robbed the bank Watertown of to the University of Florida, this /

of ].tM8! barrels of potatoes, grading support' of public free schools. the ocean scores of large orange approximately $3,000, taking evel'yCl'nt scholarship being( offered by the bridge!, which spands tin- Santa Fe the ,decree under which tho RaloWII'

No. 1 and No. 2, were raised' The House Resolution I groves scent tho air with perfume.As on the premises according to county commissioners of Bradford. River ju t thin vide, of Worthington made.. by. W. S. Rrowne. (iainosville

and marketed- The association received "nou e joint resolution No. 541 the St. Johns flows north advises reaching Gainesville. The young man has completed high 1 Springs has 'heen doHed to special master In chancery.

in gross revenue for these proposed by the legislature of 1025: ; :i ireads along this land, its width varies I A call to Sheriff! Douglas at 10 sihool woik and i.s said to be a very traffic ,this week duo to repairs. The( railroad hni its northern terniiniisi -
from three to five miles. is being made as the result of awashout. at Sampson City about 18milen
Frost /
shipments $9(5,048.49( which means : o'clock( stated that the two men .tuitions chap, who will take full I
approximately $0.70 a barrel average "That the following amendment seldom found near this great body i hud been, seen afoot headed toward advantage< of this opportunity to / The bridge will he opentil ,' north of CininoHvillo, and extends -

not counting hundreds, of barrels to section 9 of article 12 of the con- of water in winter as the air is Lake City. ('eul'l'I college education. I to traffic again within tho next to Kmathln: In Marion county

that graded No. 3The yield! | Ftitution of the state of Florida! reIntinff warmed/ by it, it is said and pre The cashier of the bank had I two or three days, and traffii<: hasheen / nbout :22?:! miles south of hero.

was very high amounting to fifty to education be and the some vents the element of nature so dcstructve stepped out shortly before the hold, COUNTY JUDGE'S; : COURTKmrene routed. via Starke to Worthington -

i shall be to ripening fruit in December I Springs pt'n"incOIII/! \>lct OII
to and
is agreed
hereby leaving only
,i barrels an acre. j up u woman em. I of nsr.it.u: :: sioitvicrs: ; roi) {
The LaCrosse association has I| submitted to the electors of the January and February, I'' ployee. Hunter, passing worthless repairs.I.AUTEY/ w. .\. IIROHN III-LI; rnn, >AV

maintained for three years an arrangement state of Florida at the !general elec. from doing so much damage. Descriptions of the criminals checks: chiirirci withdrawn.) on ',
with the Hastings Potato I tion of representatives in 192(5( for Excellent Fruit could not bo obtained. They are payment of iheik nnd costs. I' SHIPMENTS Funeral services for Willio
: ell1"f( 1 PRODUCTSI'espitn / < A.
Growers' Association whereby approval or rejection- i During the past season it is said said to have left in' u light touring Boston Prii-e, operating I car with rirown, who was broniflit, hero

the latter organization has handled I| "Section 0In addition, to the tax I I oranges trowing along this section cur, which it is reported they out proper lights; plead l guilty/ $5 I the Thursday, from Odessa' for burial,

the selling of the LaCrosso yield. I provided, for in section 8 of this of the St. Johns, have/ reached the abandoned, u fchort distance. from nnd l costs) or fiO dayn. the shipping unfavorable seasons, were held Friday afternoon at 2

, A closer cooperation between the article the county school' fund! shall i weight of 14 ounces and registered Watertown, taking to the swampsIt Ralph Mitchell possession, of pUtol j I sen.son at Lnwtey ha'* o'lloili, < at the home of his
proven highly parentson
two organizations is now heinor I' con=!"t of the proportion of the interest 1! a sugar content 30 per cent greater! / is said, the car is now in custody without license; plead guilty, like, last \profitable.> Corn, Church street.liev. .

worked out, whereby the buying of : of the state school fund and than the best California/ fruit. i of the sheriff, but no duo to the $25 and cnhts or fiO days. i i leader, alt siason hough, proved'liail, I th .to growers'of hu thei I II.) I.. Phillips had. chariro

supplies, as well as the selling of ,I of the one-mill stnte tax/ npportioned ,i I Tho highway from Green Cove Identity of the men has been discovered. tho county had. < of tbp service, mid two ,selections
a favornlI.1|
the crop will be handled by the to the county; oil capitation i, Springs west tn Starke will be one! Bl'n; Itl.H'K) PROPERTY !I HeiiHon the number of ears of this 'It IJock( of AifPH, uad, Nearer :M.v Ooilto

Hastings association. taxes collected within the county of the first of the county's con I ;: | t table pro.liul" would, \have been Tliee, were remlered( hy11': .
oil appropriations" by the legislature : RETURNS: FROM I:. I.ic'hfno purrhnsed through I F ', <
At n recent meeting of the Ln- and struction program to be finished It > bled, or trebleif, John Powell. A l IlIrICI'| ....'ourso of
Crosse association, J. :M. Kite was which shall with all other i.s believed. The grading and culvert NORTHERN\ TUIP C. IIollinuHworth the. illicit prop-/ I During thp relatives, and l friends, acrompnnlcdthe

worth, vice president and F. B. Co. and distributed as may be provided by the Walter Bryson Pav. 'i' George;. A. :Mareotte( of Starko, ,part of the town Mr. I.ii'beno, will i iremoikd i rolled!, lint! in addition. cars were al Prevail Cemetery, anil 1 tho

nerly, secreta-tl'easurer' by law and shall be disbursed by ing Company of Jacksonville nnd who has been on a selling and advertising i nnd t-tucco the house /nnd I: twelve cars an estimated I)] (rravo was covered 1 with many beau
, 1 the county board of public in.truction the surfacing pavement soon to be, campaign for Starke nndCroHiiy mike his homo there. I Iruuir by express. I
HA'E The liful floral offcriiufH. Ailine' pallbearers
ears :
averaged :H.10 I
WALDO TO inc.( er/ites of |
solely for the suport nnd maintenance started, ,will bo done under the ; Uike Shores, has returned I : I
DAY NEXT: THURSDAY supervision si'OKI: in OPEN corn pach and netted) I the were: I F, I F, Stump F. G.
of public free sthoolt] : of Alan U. :Mills, arch-! ufter being gone 8 weeksMr.: growers
i IJl.r.O each. I II llemiiiKway.\ J. I If. !Uilih: C, A.
Barbecue and Speech by Governor: Provided : Thnt such apportionment tect /and engineer who has been retained :M.ircotta reports that nil through | It in reported' : that a JackK'i ,"- I IJeun: shipments, for the season'I' Kniirhti..: i. II. Itcnnett and U. S.Humphrey. .
and distribution shall be made by by the county fur the :Maine\ Vermont, New: Hampshire villo fruit house has secured I
Martin Features of CornerI I I' pur. j' a i| were fill curs, netting $1.r,0 to $3 I I DeWitt C. Jones, funeral -
( tone Ln> ing general law based upon some ,do- pose of seeing( that/ the work will Massachusetts: he ha.s ndvertistid long-time/ lease on the former :Min. i ier per hamper. j! rlirector" had
I j clnrcil principle. of classification to be lini hell economically and cff iI i- Starke to its utmost. :Mr.Murcotto ', jewelry store building; where ,' .
I Hlrawl'rri'q. I 1,000:
That thriving little city of Waldo!< bo determined by the legislature./ I I dentl)'. :Mr. :Mills was formerly : : expects that wo will have 1! they will open n brunch store. They ,j i qunrts,' (Mich averaging 25 rrntei.cents of :32'i \ Hi* leaves to iniiurn his, ,departuro

12 miles south of Starke. has laid "It will be seen that: 'I, in charge: of road/ construction for'', n good/: season nnd, that the touri.ts'I : have another brunch store in 1] quart nc-t Several shipments durI per I his pllr'nIK.Ir.: nnd, :Mrs.. II. Y.
"1.-No tar is propo ed. ,i the stnte of New Jersey. I] will come to Florida in large num- Gainesville: and havn been. lifter n I|j jlocation / -
plans! for one of thp biggest days I I I ing the, first of the season, broueht Hrown, his wife nnd,) three children,
in its history, next Thursday, Au- "2.-The power of the legislature j ,i hers, and that wo should.! have our in Starke for several better than $1 net Tho j jl tt illio :Mae, Cririlellii< ) and,) W. A. Jr.,
MAsonic to make appropriations to county j j"inol HUNTING: ; LICENSES j share of the tourists. :Mr. ;MarI \ monthsJACKSONVILLE per quart.
gust 12th, when the : Grand I shortage of the I II one Ki'I'rJrM.( : J. f'. Terrell! of
will conduct the fund is implied. FOR COMING; SEASON I I cotte believes wo must have a clean l strawberry crop White ( H,
Lodge of Florida I I I this season was offset the exIcellent Springs. and a brother. II.
; KXCHANGKCLUI1 :) : : : by
3. The and dis week. Let's.
the apportionment READY FOR ISSUANCE up have a clean-up
ceremonies incident to laying Brown of Tnnipa.Ainnnir .
quality/ of the fruit I
tribution of nil school funds TO CAMP: IMMOKAI.EK). ; and tho
county week by the first week in Septem.
cornerstone of Waldo's new school'building. I i market prices. | those iiltcmlintr the funp.rnl .
I shall be made by the legislature The 192ft hunting license appli-j' I>PI". Ho a booster for Starke; by :Members of the Jacksonville< Exrhange : Fifteen cnrs' r>f sweet potatoes'1' from out of town wereMr.: Joe
Club invaded Starke:
Go'emorIartln: will bo present : upon the basis of some declared cation blanks are ready at the of.fice .[ doing soi I| I'n'en 1 were made of squash and !D'UiKln.ss of Plant City, :Mr. and
of classification be determined i A. N. :Sfarcotte of Starke cle- masse Wednendav noon while peppers
principle to of the ,
as well as other prominent men in I county judge. Blanks .other vegetables.! | Mrs. Jim I>oiiiIitiM and daughtoriind
state and :Masonic circles- Barbecued by that bod)'." will be supplied upon written request 1 veloper of Crosby Lake Shores will route to Camp Immokalee where ---- I :Mri. fioodi; <* of Alarlum, Mr.
to County Judge Gardiner leave coon for an eight week's sellIng they he-Id their weekly luncheon BUYS; KICKMI ERCORNER
meats and other ents will feature or ;Murdork of OI..ssa.In.1/ :Mrs. MarrDampier
.the noon hour and a cordial MAYOR'S COURT DOCKET | by personal application to the county -, and advertising campaign/ in with the boys enramped tll<'re. This : lU'lLDIM f; and two children ofI'i..r
Arthur Tyso, running past crossing judge's! office in the the southern part of Florida. 'club is paying, the expenses ineiI ,
invitation U extended by those in ('[', and J. C. Terrell and son,
| '
flagman bond, $;). : The I dent to sending 100 under-privileg-( (Cbn. C:. Woiidhrldgp J of fJaincsville -
; hunting ,
Bradford citizens i season officially' '! (George, of White Sprinffi.C.lll .
charge to county TO IMPROVE LAWTEY.:
i'd I boys to this for two weeks has purchased th Klckliter
I John Crawford Plant City, driv. opens November 20 and closes Jan camp <* .- -- -
to attend. ing. while intoxicated; bond $100- uary 31. Below is a list of the various KINGSLEY ROXII of vacation, and their trip Wednesday corner consisting: of four stores,1 I OF Til.\:NKSWe

2068 DOZEN EfiGS SHIPPED Crawford had a five gallon demijohn licenses Issued and the for was one of investigation as from Me-Ts. Intnnn nnd) Ritch.This .

County Agent Ward's report on of liquor in his possession charges required by the county i struction Proposals work on materials the road and running con- well as an outing for the members is onn of the chofi-p business wish to expresj. through thi*

egg shipments for the period :May when arrested. Resident county hunting license, from the county line near Lnwtcy | of the club. i, locations in Stnrkc, and the old I i iwi.nijen medium, our heartfelt thank and

21st to August 3rd shows a total Sam Franklin, Curtis Jackson $1.25: ; resident county license with to Kingsley/ Lake are included in :MUs Mona Alderman of this city, building will likely hp replaced ,i appreciation. to nil the people of

of 2,068 dozen eggs shipped during Roy King, vagrancy; $10 bond. additional county Included $3.25; ; the bids asked for by the Clay'' was one of the members of the i with a modern hriik build-f Starke for the kindncn and sympathy
that ranging Walter Franklin plead guilty and resident state hunting inir Mr. Woodbridge' / having made t tcxtenslvp shown us during1 tho recent
period, prices / license $10.- county commissioners, bids to be master clt s in pianoforte proscnted ,
'I from 28 to 38 cents a dozen, net. is serving ten days on the streets i 25; ; non-resident county license, opened August 17th. Bids will alio j!! in recital by :'01 me. Maria | other improvements to his death ot our husband' nnd, lion and

r The number of farmers disposing These darkies were picked up from $25.25; ; non-resident additional jved at this time for imI'lvjving [ Carreras as the Cincinnati Conservatory madp Sturko purchases The RaIl \brother, also. for tho many beautiful

.i their eggs through the county heir loafing stronghold on the: license, $') 25; resident county trap, the Keystone-Waller road., [ of :Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, wUs. through Mr. Woodbridge's : floral offerings.

agent Is steadily growing, and :'011'. | strawberry platform. Chief Alvarez ping license, $1.25: ; non-resident Other roads are included in this July 29. !Miss Alderman, who played F. f'. HollinKsworthFr. representative in Starke, ;' Mrs. IZeta Brown,

Ward expects to have a sufficient giving them the choice of working state trapping license, $2.>.2'>; resident list of improvements to be made at Chopin's Faptasle Impromptu, Mr. and! Mrs. It. V. Brown,

ly large number organized by fall for themselves or for the city. state trapping license $10.25; ; this time part of the program laid Op. CO, received cordial applause :\ and :Mrs. L. M. Gray of New. Mis Laura. Wynn.

to enable him to ship direct to the I Willie Hunter, speeding. $20 and I 1 resident additional county trapping out by Clay county for Improving for her poetic Interpretation and I berry, spent Sunday in Starko with Lake Worthpavetl. -City street being/

East Coast hotels- costs. license, $3.25. I its road system- I I display of technical powers. friends. .

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