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: August 18, 1916
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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Installing: New Machinery at His Cot- ,, Negotiations Will Soon Start For

LOSS IN DEATHOFMRSMHILL ton-Ginnery i i ii I I TUNG R. R. STRIKE FINISHED : Loan of :$230.000,000: ; DREADNhUGHT; 1

J. F. Canova has returned to Starke NEW YORK, Aug. 12.: -Confidence 4r

from Sanderson, where he had been I I was expressed in financial circles today -

for some time.11'. Canova is remodeling -I WASHINGTON, Aug. 15A! ( ihe chief obstacle in the way of acceptance that within a fortnight negotiations -' BY EXPLOSION I

his. ginnery establishmentand ite plan of settlement of the threat-J is in the refusal: of the railroads would I be completed for a new

is going to add a new gin of the ened nation-wide strike was complot-I to give an eight-hour day and loan, reported to be $230,1100,000, to 1"...'..

FOUNDERSOF latest pattern, so that during the ed by President Wilson the insistence of the workers for Great Britain. This loan would run -

WAS ONE OF THE coming ginning season he will be able'to will be submitted to the representatives time and half for overtime. Ad-i for two years, according to a summary LEONARDO DA-SlNCI! BLEWUPlNHARBOfifOFTARANTO

BEAUTIFUL SISTER CITY turn out about twice as much work'as of the men and employees to- ministration officials have announcedthat published here today with interest :

before. morrow. negotiations would be contin- at 5 per cent, the notes to mature *

:Mr.: Canova will also buy cotton at | The President's proposition proposes ued until a peaceful solution was at the end of twenty-five years at -vt- 1 F

News of Activities of Law toy Tersely the highest market price. He has already j I' that the railroad's concede the found. I I ninety-nine. I j Three Hundred of fjj-r Crew Drowned

Told by the Telegraph negotiated for several big eight-hour day with the agreementthat The six hundred and forty representatives -| Securities for this loan, it is reported : When the f Boat
; crops and is confident he will do a',: it will be observed later, and it of the four brotherhoods would include deposits of about

CorrespondentThis large business. His ginning last will probably be proposed that a Fed reached here tonight and President'' $300,000,000:: of Canadian, Argentine'and Cap fed* _

year gave entire satisfaction. i Wilson will met them tomorrow afternoon Swiss government bonds and

Those growers who bring their cot- :, eral commission be appointed by the at 3 o'clock. No time has stock and stocks of American indus- -".,:-

community was saddened Sunday ton to Starke will have the advantage I President or created by Congress to been set for the conference with the tries and coporations, interest on PARIS Franc .>:
when it became known or selling" in the highest market and : the I which ian dreadnaught 1-JSnardo da Vinci r
morning j investigate problems which have I railroad managers, but it will probably would be payable in gold in

that the spirit of :Mrs.: Helen :M.: Hill buying merchandise in the cheapest. i i arisen during the present discussions. I be tomorrow sometime. New York. caught; fire and blevjup air ( in the harborof
Taranto ;
Italy, ;: 00 of her
had passed into the great beyond Our merchants have immense stocks i As in the case of the French loan, crew-

Saturday night at about 11 o'clock. of goods which they will sell at the I this would be distributed among were drowned say.-a: Turin dispatchto

She had a stroke of paralysis in January lowest possible prices. I' RAILROAD STREET GRADED FIRE FRIDAY MORNING banks in the form of debenture notes. the Petit Journa% The date of the
I disaster is given I i.-fiy! in
from which she never fully recovered The purpose of such loans is said to as a day
August. -,
but after a few weeks con- Mr. and :Mrs.: L. A. Davis are at the More Than a Hundred Convicts Put M. L. John*' Warehouse a Prey of provide funds for the payment of The fire thc'ilispatch

finement to her room she was able to Scott cottage, Kingsley lake for a :j j It In Shape the Flames. munitions purchased in the United oveied in, says the dretu&aught's i was dis-

be about the house until a few weeks stay of several weeks. I States.FRENCHWARSHIP. kitchen,

from' which time she gradually and spread rapidl '. The captain im-

ago became weaker when the end came One of the best graded streets in About :2 a. m. last Friday the warehouse mediately ordered.* the magazines r'

COMMISSIONERS Florida is Railroad street, from the building on the railroad, just % flooded and tried tcr each: the battleship -
Saturday night. r I
The deceased:! was born in Syracuse, : section houses to the edge of town in': south of the Ice Factory, burned up. but one magj j ine exploded be-

the direction of the penitentiary. I The building was of corrugated iron, fore this could br rime, The vessel
N. Y., in 1845, but came here from
with The first of the week, Capt. Purvis : but the floor and frame of wood were was turned over iJjr her side and a
Chicago about forty years ago MET AUGUST ISATPENSACOLASpeculations
7THTotal into with shoIs '' consumed when the firemen
her husband, the late Mr. E. G. Hill. sent 108 convicts town \- so nearly large number of the'vrew were thrown .

which and barrows and they soon made arrived that they could not save the into the sea. It is lAlieved, the battleship -
They were among colony
a road that is a model for the rest of building.The can be righted:ind reboated.
started the village of Lawtey. She h.

was the mother of three children, two Amount of Assessmentof the state. J structure was erected five or As to Reasonfor I l.
It to six wholesale grain and MARRIAGE OFL
was an interesting see years ago as a
S. Hill of Palmetto and .
sons, Charles ,
i Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, who survive Bradford for 1916, this road rapidly taking shape under feed store, coidueted by the owner, Call Are AND MISS MMtSHBURN:

the labor of this big gang of men, I 11\1. L. Johns. Later it was used as a MangPENSACOLA 1
i her and one daughter, Mrs. Frank 3,122,105.00At fr
many of whom are noted criminalsof bottling works. Since then it has
Hubbard, who died in Springfield, 'i CEDAR KEY, A 14. One of the
I the state. Nearly all of these men been used for storing various articles, : -

Mass., a few years ago. 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, August7th were white. but at the time of the fire was almost Aug. 12.: -Beyond prettiest weddings Chronicled in the

I Mrs. Hill was a noble Christian lady 1916, the Board of County Com Railroad street is the road from the I II empty. J. B. Florrid, the gunsmith, the announcement of Capt. Leskivit social life of CedarvKey: was solemnized )

I and was universally loved by. everyone missioners of Bradford County was depot to the penitentiary and Capt. I I. had occupied it last: but had moved commanding the French armored in the MethodAt church, Saturday f.J
who knew her. She had wordof cruiser Admiral Aube, which arrived
a called to order by Chairman J. B. Purvis put the street in shape because !t 1 away a few days before the fire. evening at 8/J: o'dockA hen "
cheer to all and during her long illness here today, that he into to
came port t
I Crews with all members present to- the bulk of travel is to and from the !I I It is probable that sparks from a Miss Auwilda Man-A\urn became the
she was ever patient and never get important documents from the bride of Mr. Eben t: The
wit: A. H. Williams, D. W. Pinhol- penitentiary. I I passing engine had entered throughsome Finla.on.
uttered word of complaint at the French consul, the of the
I a ster, J. L. Underhill, and S. T. Dow- If the section houses, which were crack and had set afire the litteron purpose vessel's alcove back of the rltar wa i mans
will of the Lord. I I visit remained unexplained to-
ling condemned nearly a year ago, are the floor. A small insurance cov- of ferns and vines I t.1\ Span moss

The members of the Methodist Sun- Minutes of last meeting read and ever moved out of this street, it will ers a part of the loss of the property. night.; which formed the J 1 ickfrrouixi for a
day School of which she had been a Capt. Leskivit came ashore late today -
approved.The be completed to the depot and will be- canopy of streamer; in prinr+'te colors j,
teacher a good many years, marchedto and called on the collector of cus which carried ; ut the rulniiow; m
petition of Iii C. Hazen for come a fine thoroughfare.The THE TIGERS AT PERRY
her late home in body to their toms. To the collectors suggestion
a pay effect nutiful :
altogether m dng a
assistance, upon motion and second, State Farm received, a few r
last tribute of respect to one whom that he might take on coal and sup- setting for the impressive ,
petition refused. days ago, a big six-driver locomotive, The Starke Tigers returned home crrmony
they had all loved. plies sufficient to make his nearest
Bill presented by D. N. Horn, of to be used it's tracks which which was witnessed by scows of
on are had
from where they
Saturday Perry
j home
The funeral services were held at I| port, the captain replied that friends of the
contracting parties.
Dukes, for $60 for lumber for public being rapidly pushed toward every played three with the local his ; / s
the home morning at games stores were ample. He assured =
family Monday Just before the ::entrance of the i
road from Dukes to Lake Butler, section of it's 19,500 Clear-i 1
pay- ball team. They report a fine trip,
8 o'clock and were conducted by Rev. the collector that he would leave port ian's
briday Cadr "At Dawning"
ment of same laid over and bill re- ing land and building tracks have but had an experience there which party -
T. of Methodist early tomorrow.To .
B. Lawrence, the
was softly revered by Mrs. J.
fered to J. B. Crews for investigationand reached that requires heav- I
a point a was entirely novel to them, that of
Church and Rev. R. 0. Wright of the the Associated Press Capt. Les-
Hughes. Then to jhe heart-thrilling
report at the next meeting of the ier engine than the tram engine that defeat in two Hitherto it had
I games. kivit said
)I. E. Church, South, and were concluded : strains df Lohe'jjrrin's Wedding
board. has been used by the state, and the been the order of the day for the

at the Evergreen cemetery in Upon motion and seconded, $;j appropriated new mogul will allow the work to go I"i Tigers to "come see and conquer," "The French consul had some very March, played by :Airs. V. Charpia,
important which I desired. I
Jacksonville at 11:30 where the bodywas papers
'he bridal follows
party entered, as :
for Hardy Sweat for the in better shape.
on had been invincible
and they as as a
laid by the side of her husband came up from Martinique and inas-
month of August. "Bradford Farms," as the peniten- The ushers, Misses ?;!pine Kirrbhaine
who preceeded her about sixteen curtain of fire. much as I had been cruising in the
Bell Watson :Vary Linnie Booth
Application presented by A. S. tiary is called, bids fair to become I The first was played August Mary ,
game gulf for the past ten days I decided
years ago. and Miss Lucile Giv.fits: followed
by rt
Crews, asking for the appointmentof the institution of it's kindin
greatest !th and resulted in a score of 7 to 2 "
The assemblage at the house was to come into Pensacola and get them.
the bridesmaids aruiVtroomsmen!, who
for the board for the world.-Raiford Tribune.
very large. The public school did not : in favor of Perry. That the warship is on patrol duty entered together Miss Alba Kirch

begin until 9 o'clock and all the child- I the remaining term. Upon motion The second game, August 10th, off the coast and has been examining haine and :Mr. Lutjwr POWIIliss:
and second the application acceptedand NOTICE TO TEACHERS !stod l E 5 to 0 in favor of Perry.
harbor entrances to ascertain if
rne attended in a body. a Grace Bullard and Mr. Chas Strick I
I of fixed at the rate of
pay salary The third the 11th looked
The pall bear? were W. F. Godwin, ;;0 I game, German; submarine could enter any land, :Miss: Mary I.th: ; and :Mr. Abe
A. :M. Blanchard. E. Torode. II. R.TheJ per annum. No examination for Teachers Certificates like a shut" out for Starke, until the i I of the gulf ports, is the belief of local llessant, hiss Ruth Berry and Mr. '
I Bonds for O. L. Nash for I Deputy
Harold Ptarce and :Marcus Sheriff and G. M. Richard for constable will bo held this year in ninth inning, when some costly errorsgave I shipping men. For the past ten Wm. Jolly, followed by ::\Ii->.-- Pearl f
Brown. Bradford: county as all! the schools the Perry team a chance toseol'e days the crews of German and Austrian Hodges the maid *"f honor. Next
for 2nd district
I were approved. furnished with teachers. All 'h'-ee runs. The score stood! Ito merchant ships laid here,
are up came little :Miss lJt.'ln Bryce, tearing
Bond J. F. Bennett
presented by :a{ in favor of :Starke. i have
teachers of Bradford who attending bei-n t.llillgCI'man sympathizers -
are the ring in a rose, followed by little ,
:Mr. | for fire motion and :
Zack Roberts, of Staike, was arms, upon second Ilad more : been playedthe .
games the
the training schools at Gainesville ; any ; that merchant submarine" } hadselect1 :Miss: Mary Halo, WK> scattered flowers ;
visiting relatives here Friday. | refused.Petition TigTsw.nild! probably have won, I .
i, Tallahassee and Madison are requested ; *! ) Pensacola her port of entry in the path of "ho bride ;ts she
Miss Irma Haynes, of Jacksonville, presented by J. C. Crews as they always show wonderful stam-
i j : l to take the examination at and that Allied warships were oni
( << entered with her b. -ther, :Mi.: FrankMarshburn.
is a guest at the home of Mr. an 1 :MrsA. : and others, asking for the establish- ina and just become well warmed up i the lookout for the Bremen. '
these I will endorse certificates
places. .
: The with his best
I jrr<{>im,
M. Blanchard. i ng of a new public road, which readsas when their cppotifv.ts ho\v! signs of
I I f-om: tht'tatc examinationsfrom : Shortly after: the Admiral Auhedropped
I man, :Mr. Roger W*'Js, met the bride
Mr. L. I). Green, of Starke, was a follows: We the undersigned cit- that tired feeling.
anch dose the Austrian
(-'i i ':/ of these! places. >r to at the altar, where : minister, Ilcv.
isi I of Bradford I tjie
\ :ieii.and tax
or to Lawtey Sunday.Mr. | payers
F G. SCHELL, Supt. :steamer Lucia, French Consul Howe .J. L. CrifTits; : was jvaiting, and the i
: James Thomas, of Baldwin, \ county ask fur the establishment of a conn' iiorsi: NEWSThe : I I few minutes aboard the i
spent a warship -
beautiful form-
was visitor to Lawtey :Monday.Rev. '; new: public road parallel to the G.; S. I ring ceremjny' was ire
MAY TROW :MANY OIT OFPL.1'ES | and returned to the city. Thirty., ed. f
& F. from Swift creek bridgeto !
Thomas Stark filled his regular railway
i followipf. property transactions i minute; later hI' again }boarded the The petite bridewas than z
appointment at the Saxton :M. E. II Columbia county Ii",'. Also a bridge ( mote
Church: last afternoon. across Olustee Creek, and we ask I have talon place recently: : Admiral Aube presumably to deliverthe lovelyin her gown ?'f'f white !pf-au de f
Sunday I T. C. Douglass to A. :M. Thorn-is, documents the French officer dei oio, mad c':"ect with
:Misses: Florie and Bl'ie' Terry that the old road he discontinued from I Typograpl i al Union May Join in InusliuTiTn 'i'sircd. Empire corsagetrimming
north one-half and southeast quarter The consul said later he could of irides:"nt bead h. The
\\'ere'isitors to Starke :Monday. i said bridge to the southeast corner of II hrh Cost of Print
I southeast quarter of section :!1I.f- give no information regarding the veil of tulle }
was -Vmingly
Mr. I.. L. Sapp. Sr., and! family! ', of of 0. F. hitch fence. After being considered Ii
i )llVJ'i! acres; consideration XI\\Ot). contents of the documents. and caught to the oiffure with a

Wateroak i (>d relatives here Sunday I by the board, upon motion and BALTIMORE: :: d., Aug. 12.: -The A. S. Crews to L. C. Powell, northeast "I do not know the contents of the wreath of orange bl!;,soms. She carried ,

I second petition granted esta'.liscingsaid danger that thousands of printers maybe quarter of southeast quarter of j papers." :Mr. Howe said, "he came hereto an exquisite ''r'"lupt of "ride's f
Albert, of Ft. | new road, and the old road! discontinued -
Jennings Pierce
was thrown out of work because of the southeast quarter! of Sec. 21--22: 10 get them and I delivered them. You roses' and plumosa :,-rn. I
the guest of friends here :Monday.Mr. ] as a !public! : road as ffi lorth
!increased cost of white paper is seri- acres; consideration $42.::. I know under these conditions the Admiral I- The maid of hot Zr and attendant
and :Mrs.V.. H. :Miner of Stark | in said petition and it i is further ordered within
ously concerning the delegates to the A. S. Crews to I. N. Thomas: south Aube must leave port maids wore gowns tj Georgette crepe, j
were visiting relatives ff I. uvtey that said new road be opened/ up I
sixty-second annual convention of the one-half of southeast quarter of northeast twenty-four hours and she, no doubt, made bouffant eff.ss l and i ifimmed
Sunday. and put in .rood traveling condition t
I International Typographical union, quarter( northeast quarter of I will do this.: with silver lace. an )It>s !'s. p.. Wilherson und T. T. for the public without any expense
Blackburn j which begins here :Monday. The committee southeast quarter, north one-half of I Lieut. Barn'-s, of the United Statesdost'uyer of pink roses, tnd fern. r
from tear 1 Highland! : were to the, county.: Roe, went aboard the war- }
1 rr laws, thro-jirh \\'n':-e handsall { forth-west quarter of southeast ouar- J The ushers worertluffy \\l.ir organdie -
transacting: business in : Petition presented and signed byV.
Lawtey \Inn-I new laws for submission to the ter of Sec. 3-15-21: ; SO acres; commissioners ; hip l late in the afternoon and laterI dresses will colored ribbons.: !
\ H. Shaller and others which readsas
day.Mr.. i. followsVe the citizens convention must first pass, has beenin deed; consideration 8800. I 1 \\' : joined by officers from the United The lithe rinr l-earj- tnd fl"\\-r girl
G. W. undersigned
Stokes business : -
was a session for several and States aviation station and Fort Bar- looked like fairit' in their
considcrel ;+ dainty
I J. W. Prevatt and wife to school
visitor to Starke :Monday.Mr. and taxpayers of Dist. 1, herebyIll'tition
I about IdO\ im ndments and rancas.. There was a conference lasting white frock* with I l.lie and k rib-
beard, school lot deed i.1
and :Mrs Colon :Miller\ of Tan- your Honorable Board to join warranty ; consideration half hour and the officers re- t
flt'5] submitted" by the local un- a bons. *
rersville.! Ga., guests at the homeof Columbia county in building a bridge I $).
are .
their ,
turned to post.It \
ions. Delegates began arriving in The wedding r left the Lurch
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reddish thiswt'fk. across Olustee creek at the Clyatt Paul Bros to Brooklyn Land Co., was learned that th* battle cruiser -
large numbers today. I to the strains of )1"l1dplHh'd
Ford! between Providence and Ellis- west one-half of southwest quarter of -
John W. Hayes, secretary" and treas- ( left :Martinque two weeks ago, and I I'lirg :March and retired to tb- home
Mr.( R. (). Daniel, Of Starke, was yule, which is on the Dixie Highway I Sec. 25; and part of Sec. 'jjwar: German;
had about
forty prisoners p
uier of the organization, said the !! f the }brides pare tf', where dainty
transacting business in La1eIon:: from Lake City to Starke. The hoard deed.
alarming shortage of print paper is aboard, some of whom were capturedseveral 1 r'frpf'hmf'nts'prt'' {"r'f'I.I .
day.Mr. after considering the petition, upon B. F. Seals and wife to Town of I months
it difficult for ago. The roupl'l via tt.e Seaboard
making many newspapers young
: and :Mrs. L. E. Roberts, of motion and second, appointed Corn missioners I
Marke to continue business. In some" Starke, 1 acre north of Alligator canal Searching for the Bremen. Air Line on to lath fr- Wash-
were visiting relatives in Williams: Pinholster and warranty deed consideration SloO.; That the French battle cruiser, Ad-
cities, he said, there was talk of consolidating ; I ington and other flints N-ith to yI
Lawtey Crews to meet with the Commissioners -
Tuesday.Mr. .
two or more plants to re- J. E. Anderson and wife to T. J. miral Aube, which unexpectedly entered I spend their honeyrr j.oti. "
( Marion i D. Carter of Wateroak.was of Columbia county for the purpose -
Anderson northeast of northeast this port today, anchoring in the
duce \w>rkingfore's and expenses. quarter Mrs. Finlayson i; :1 'oun'oman

Monday.a business visitor to Lawtey on of investigating: the make cost their of That the union probably will decideto quarter) of Sec. 4-3-20; warranty stream, is in search of the German I of much charm and' uni\'ersall!; popular -
building said bridge and
co-operate in the federal investigation deed; consideration $:)00.I merchant submarine Bremen, and that I f 1
Rt'D.. L. phillips, of Woodlawn, report at the next meeting of the
was visitor board. to determine whether there is a Emily Dowling and husband to T. the U boat is daily expected to enter Among the out oJ'jtown! gues wereMr. I

to Lawtey Tuesday.Mrs. conspiracy manufacturers I Pensacola harbor, is an explanation of and Mrs. W. n *Fjnla'sP. of Old
J. J. McLcod visitor Commissioners Crews and Dowling among paper F. Rivers, south one-half of lot 1, Sec. I .J
Starke :Monday.Mrs. : was a were appointed by the board to investigate was the belief expressed among i j 1-5-20; warranty deed; consideration the mystery surrounding the visit of Town; Misses; Peril and Grace Bul- "ll
the French warship. Admiral Pique,
union leaders. lard Gainesville lessrs Rf/1t'r D.
$300.; I ; 1
F. H. Simmons the proposition made to the
c! I J The convention will hold a brief I New Suits commanding the vessel, has the same Wells, Abe Bessan". Luther t.. Pow- j 1.
Jacksonville, were the of board of buying a traction engine to
guests session for organizatio stereotyped reply to every questioner ell, all of Starke Wm. ; and
Mrs. on :Monday: i ; lr. Jally _.
Simmons' parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. be used upon the public roads and i Malsby Co"'S Joe Jackson, re- consul had =
and appointment of committees and 1 government: 'The French I Mr. Chas. Strickland, of Wald .- .r
the first part of the week. make their report at the next meetingof plevin. which I de-
i the delegates will not get down to actual I some important papers Gainesville Sun. f
-- said board. I J. II. Martin vs Wiley Williams, sired." ,
Misses! Murla motion and second it work until Wednesday, enter- < f 1
Linnie and Kathleen Upon was assumpsit damages $300.
tainments taking up the first twodays. border have been Suspended by the (
Chapman, of Jacksonville have been ordered that the names of Dock Wood Bradford County Bank vs G. J. TROOPS: WILL NOT BE SENT TO war N'o official "
visiting?; Mr. and Mrs J. F. Kickliter and Ervin Higgenbotham be dropped department. explanation i
T. :M.: J. R. Townsend
8t from I : Haney Haney and BORDERWASHINGTON has been m&2e, but it i in known I s

Mrs their cottage on Kingsley lake, and Allen pension Edwards roll.was placed upon the J. F. Bennett, a well known Lake assumpsit; damages $200. Aug. 15-Orders that the delicacy -of the railroad

Jesse Mansell, in the southern I Butler man was in town Thurs- Jimminie Lenton vs Charlie Lenton, for the remaining mobilized units of strike situation wad the moving con-

KHtiou of Starke. (Continued on Page 4.) day. I divorce. the national guard to proceed to the sideration. t



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[. SUPREME COURTHIGHER Terms of That-Number Expire FLORIDA EXAMS PRISONERSPRISONERS I of Recount Shows That Inspectors Did Their Work '

Loc and They Will Be Given Remarkably Well.

In a recount of the vote for gov- the county. This leaves Knott
a net
DECISION OF LOCAL COURT AND RECEIVE GOOD CARE ernor cast at the June primary in gain of 5 votes :in the county.

1 TOTAL OF 1629 CONVICTSIN -- seven out of eleven precincts in The recount jf the vote was made

atI Hat Been Held in Dade County Jail I THE STATE TODAY Many on Hand Ready to Take Number Greater Than Ever Before, .. Bradford county, W. V. Knott made under an order pf the courts and the! .
i iI of five votes. inspectors net gain pro" ;
Since March 27, 19U, Following I II Germany Leading With about a Work'without
f Capture After Second EscapeIn I Raiford Prison Farm iAble to Take I Special and Primary State 1,730,000;) Starke, Lavrtcy Hampton, Graham, from interference! or ':uggestiona
H Examinations New River, Lake Butler and Palestineare anyone.rhe\ errors that sere
Care of a Greater Number I found were all! purely clerical
the precincts that were recounted.The and
a telegram to A. J. Rose, attorney Every Year XEW YORK.-More than :;,000,000'' recount was made Wednesday afternoon were just such as might '>e expected

N for John Ashley, Clerk Whitfieldof GAINESVILLE, Aug 12.-Even the prisoners double the number of men and Thursday morning and to l I.e found in the fame amount of

(, the Florida Supreme Court announced post-sea-on activities of the University engaged in any previous war the was conducted by the same inspectorswho work done by anyone who had not
local During the month of September, of Florida break all records. Hon. world the election in these checked his work over. In fact
.. that the decision of the has ever known now are con- held pre- the
forty-nine State prisoners, located at William X. Sheets State amounted
Superintendent recount to nothing
sentencedto but .
court, in which Ashley was fined in prison camps of the belligerent cincts. a
t reversed and different points in Florida, includingthe of Public Instruction, found one is the result of the (checking the work done hurriedly i
be hanged, had been will nations occording to Dr. John R. Following recount -
t" that the case comes back for a new State Prison Farm at Raiford, of hundred and twenty examinees here :Mott, general secretary of the inter- in detail: Ity the inspectors on the t.ight of the
be their liberty, their terms
to take examination for the election.
trial. Mr. Roe stated that it was ready national commission of the Young Starke-Catts gained 2 first choice I ;
hardly l possible that Ashley would le various lengths having expired. total State, special and primary certificates.This Men's[ Christian Association who arrived votes; Hudson Rained 1 first choice I The resul; ft the recount shows

tried'in Dado county again, but that There are in Florida today a is the largest number of candidates here today on the Danish steam- Lawtey-Xo change. that Bradford jouiuy election inspec .
the new trial would probably be heldin of 1li\!!) prisoners of both sexes There ever asking for State examinations ship Oscar 11, from Copenhagen. Dr Hampton-Wood lost 1 second tors did their work rem::'kahly well.
races; :21)7:?: of These are white. time and with the sixtfh"e
at one -
Palm Beach county, where the first Mott has visited the prison camps of choice. -
are liI1! !> prisoners at Kaitonl.. :;(f11 of them at Tallahassee
taking LOOK GOOIl; FEKf
trial was held. ." nearly all the countries at'war since Graham-Xo change.
whom are negro males, >;; negro women make the largest, ever to try for
Ashley has been held in Dade county and six white women. The othersare these certificates up in series of May. New Iiver-Catts lost 1 second Xo one can tUhcr feel ;rood or look>

jail since March :27, 1914, beingbrought white men. Xo women of either examinations held in any Florida one Dr. :Mott said of the prisoners that choice; Knott trained 2 second choice. good while sufering from constipa- '
after his near Germany; has the greatest number, approximately Lake Uutlor-Catts lust 1 second
here capture tion. Get rid of that
sex, or white men are leaded to private Of those at the University of Florida I I tired, draggy,
Stuart, following his escape from the counties. l,7."iOUU.() Russia with choice; Knott pained ') first choice; I
parties or to lifeless feeling ,ly
seventeen the State a treatment
are taking of Dr.Kipj's .
of' about 1'iOOOoO, then Austria Farris gained 1 first choice.
Palm Beach jail and his robbery Eight hundred and ten of the State certificate examinations and comes i
primary ,
the bank of Stuart. les with 1,000,000 followed by France, Italy l'tletine-Cttts gained 1 first Xew Life Pills. Buy a box
convicts are nolea.1 to private
their work
they completed at noon on Great Britain and Turkey. choice; Knott gained 1 first thoice. I today, take one or two r-ills! tonight.
1912 and nine at
John Ashley was arrested in : sees. Two hundred are Wednesday. All others expectedto
charged with the murder of DeSota work on the county roads. complete the work today.are Russia's prisoners, he added, are increasing By the recount Knott made a gain j In the morn.ns? that stuff, dull feel-
rapidly, more than 400,000 of <; votes Catts gained :3 and lost 2, ing is aul
the Everglades the ; ( gone you feel better
Tiger, a Seminole Indian, in There is not enough work at The State Superintendent of Public at
: on December :20! 1911. It Raiford State Farm to keep all of Instruction announces that examina- having been added, to the camps since leaving him a net gain of 1 vote in I once. 25c. at your drug'J:' .st. 2
the beginning of the last Russian ad- _._
was claimed that Ashley killed the the State prisoners employed, so some tions for these classes of certificates I ----
In the last week he ---
vance. ,
Indian, stole 84 otter hides, sold themin of them have to be leased to the counties will be held in Marianna and DeLandon .
than ,, '" "
Miami, and left for the West, whenhe and to private parties, but it is September .0. 50,000 passed" through! 1
became fearful that he would be expected that by the time the present have found. said Dr. Mott, "that .
sectionhe hence the report of the treatment of prisonerswas $ Book on Strawberry Growing
arrested. Returning this leases expire two years NOTICE $
was arrested and placed in the farm will have been so developed, and greatly exaggerated everywhere.In
Persons desiring to settle their accounts all countries prisoners receive virtually This FREE book tells about soils and How best to prepare
where his
Palm Beach county jail, enlarged as to take care of all the I
with me during my absence the same food and care that these. Practical information regarding plants fertilizing
first trial was held. This trial resulted prisoners except those who will be $ $
may make ravine' tit Jv Bank: ,'f armies of the respective nations do.Everything I setting, cultivating and spraying. :
in a disagreement by the jury, used on the county road.<. Additional {
and shortly afterwards a new trialwas legislation at the next session of the Starke. possible is done for their I If you are interested in strawberries- big money

started. It was during the second General Assembly will be necessary:' DR. A II. FREEMAN 8-ll-2t comfort and health. $ crop--you should have this book. Send for it today. i

trial that Ashley managed make his however, in order to effect a corm>lfto ,- ,-- WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.
escape from the custody of DeputySheriff I abolition system, becaiH": und'"- no ,

: Baker, while the deputy was, I administration numy years in '. future STANISLAU CAPITAL OF GALICIA in Fertilizer Manufacturers Materials Spraying of Ideal Fertilizer Implemt*ntf end Intecticid; )*

taking him from the court house to I it might !lie' daim'l'tl that ton menwere =JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
the jail at the close of the day's pro- sufficient to run th<> farm.! In
cedure. I that event the others could be lea.-ed.\ CAPTURED r4% %%%%% "II
Following this escape Ashley made !I The members of the Cabinet believe! I

his way to the Everglades where he i i that the farm, of which they are all ?o I
joined the famiiis Ashley gang. This proud, will be entirely :self-sustaining! I III onoo..oooc '0=0' : COOCO

gang terrorized several communities j and capable cf taking care of all the Is Railway Junction and Basic Stani.-lau, the detinite occupation of G TRADE MARK REGISTERED H

for some; time. The bank of Stewartwas ,I State's prisoners with the exception! of Monasterizka and the seizure of important

finally robbed, and in making off !; those wanted I by various counties on Point In Lemberg II positions on the Zlota-Lipa PHOSLIME

'. with his loot, Ashley was shot throughthe their road, at the end of the next Sector I line. Coupled with these victories was g L

head, the bullet putting out one two years. the capture of many thousands of

eye. It was claimed that the bullet I The Board of State Institutions, prisoners, especially on the right bank FOR

was fired by Kid Lowe, a member of I i-omposed of the members of the Cabin 5.000 AUSTROGERMANS of the Sertth, where the prisoners a I

the gang, but whether it was accidental -n j j net, has worked diligently to solve the CAPTURED ON SERETHAllies taken number 5,000. g PEANUTS o

or done purposely to get rid of him prison problem of Florida and to build The Germans appear to regard the

is still a mystery. A few days after :][[ up an institution at Raiford, Bradford Kovel-Lemberg) sector as the most

the robbery John was captured by a j j I county, of which every citizen of the Continue Their Pressure On critical on the Eastern front, and the

Sheriff's posse in the 'Glades.It State may boast and be proud. Flor- the West! FrontItaliansStill appointment of Field Marshal, von "As far as ascertained my own I lists shows about 25

was after this arrest of Ashley ida's prison conditions are far super- Active Hindenburg to the chief command undoubtedly to 30 per cent better yield of Cotton with equal applica-

that he was brought to the Dade coun- I ior,to those, of other Southern States, had the effect of temporarily tion of Phoslime." ..
yt jail on July 27, 1914. On March j and bid fair to soon equal those of any stemming the Russian advance on c : 0 ,:.

29 his third trial was started in Cir-'I I j !State in the Union. The old lease i Russian, Italian and French armies the northern section of the line. But n : 0 : '

cuit Court with Judge II. Pierre system, that has been the problem continue successfully their respective Hindenburg does not hold the control- o 4
iI Branning on the bench. One week i: and disgrace of so many Southern offensives, according to the latest offi- 'ling command over the troops guarding "

later, after some sensational new evidence -': States in years past and is still troubling cial communications have more territory the Southern approaches to Lem- '
Prices F. 0. B. Phoslime Fla. .In.
had been submitted, he jury l many of them, is well in hand in from the forces of the Central berg, where General Letchitzky, having Bags.

brought in a verdict of guilty, and J, Florida and has been practically abolished Powers in France, Galicia and Aus- taken Stanislau and being within :

he was sentenced to hang. On April l ; i without friction, due to the untiring tria. striking distance of Halicz, is rapidly CARLOAD LESS TItAN CARLOAD o'
9, Judge Branning overruled the mo- efforts of the completing his o
I( present efficient Stanislau, eighty-seven: miles east encirclement of the army -
iton for a new trial and affirmed the cabinet and the fact that convict labor of Lemberg, the capital of Galicia, of General Count ,'on'othmer. o D $9.00 Per Ton $10.. Per Ton q

death sentence.A. II i has not been FO much in demand by and an important railway junction, The possession of Stani.-lau and -'

J. Rose and Crate Bowen represented I the turpentine people since the beginning has been occupied by the Russians Kolomea makes secure the Russian WRITE FOR BOOKLET

Ashley in this trial, being ap j of the European war, which reduced under General Letchnitzky. In ad- possession of Bukowina |land gives

pointed by the court, as Ashley stated 1 the demand and prices for naval dition the Russians have progressed'on them a base for an invasion of Hun FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME i I COMPANY
he could I stores-T..1llahassee
that not employ an attorney.The I Record. the line of the Sereth River as gary

two local attorneys acted with- well as along the Zlota Lipa, taking The German official statement today o BOX 462 r OCALA, FLA. 0

out compensation. Following the de- rived and Mr. Farmer was called from important positions south of Brody j I admitted that a regrouping of the ft ? *'
nial of a new trial they appealed to ;. the convict camp to bring bloodhourHs and capturing the railway town ofl Teutonic forces was taking place in =o .oGo. 'OClO. jo; = :

the Supreme Court, where the case ', at once. The first dog gave out and a Monasterizka and several village |I "der to meet the new positions of the .

has bpen ever since. The telegram to younger pup was put on the trail, Mi- The Russian army. I' )C>OO<_
taking of Stanislau, which Vi- >OOOOO<>OO<
Mr. Rose this morning from the Clerkof Farmer leaving the rest of the party, I! The Italians continue their successes
evacuated without
the court merely stated that the de- following the dog. About noon the enna says was t against the Austrians and announced

cision in the Ashley case had been reversed dog chased the negro to close quarters fighting, opens the way through which I today the occupation of the entire Do- I
and that the case would be when the negro killed the dog, Russians may advince toward j I berdo Plateau. Method in Finance
Already, Petrograd ,
sent back for a new trial.-the fourth firing a second shot at Mr. Farmer, the Austro-Germans says Nothing sensational is happeningon
are being pursued
one. who dodged behind a tree to escape the Franco-British front, where
north of Stanislau the Dniester
On June 3, 1915, while Ashley was the full charge of shot. His left arm Ri\er. on the Entente Allies maintain a steady ,
Petrograd the
confined in the local jail, his brother, I and forehead, however, received a reports captureof I pressure. Although the British forces

Bob Ashley, attempted to liberate I number of shot. The negro then called 5,000 mare Austro-Germans. have shown little activity north of The approved Method of handiing busi
Italian under Dukeof
him. Deputy Sheriff Hendrickson was J out that he was shot and would Aosta which army took, Gorizia is Somme, the French report the cap- ness finances is to bank all receipts -
shot and killed at the jail by Bob give up, but w.Vi Mr. Farmer ap- ture of additional German trenchesnear ,
time in its advance result of promptly out
as drawing
Ashley lie failed to liberate his ] :reached he grabbed for the gu.i he a Maurepas and a fortified quarry
brother, and in a running fight with had dropped and said he would kill Mr. the capture of the gateway to Trieste. north of the riem wood.DESTROY enough cash to take care of or-

local policemen was shot and killed I Farmer first, but got hold of the South of Gorizia along lower Izonzo, dinary daily requirements and
the Italians
have occupied the wholeof
by Policeman Biblett. However, before wrong end of the gun and the load paying all bills of size en
the Dobordo tiny
Plateau, the of
Bob received his death wound he !i filtered his neck, killing him instantly. scene BOOZE .
managed to fire a fatal l shot at Bib- The body of the negro was taken 1 I much desperate fighting, in addition to separate checks. .

lett, who died a few hours later.-Miami I jnto Kissimmee and to tine I dr \'ingthe Austrians east of tho i .
up press
Yallone line and several L
Metropolis no one hall bern able to indentify him capturing WORTH$400000 Many individuals follow this rhethod in
towns in the direction of Trieste.
f: '!j :Mr. Farmer is nut suffering greatly I East of Gorizia, the Italians have ; their personal finances with >.1

j from his: injuries and I.is again on not met with as much success as in profit and satisfaction:
,. NEGRO IS KILLED !, duty, but looks like he had been tattooed (
the south. Rome officially reportsthe :
on the arm.-St. Cloud! Tribune.SiIOt'LD Much of Liquor 'Seized in Re- .
I II Austrians to be holding out in the Let us explain the advantages of the
ft I trenches on the line of Monte San cent Raids Will Not be Des- .
SLOAN'S LINIMENT GO pay-by-check plan. : iF
t. IN SELF Michele I and Monte San Marto. :
ALONG? troyed Until Later SSt
: While the British forces have been' ,"
Of course it should! For after a comparatively inactive north of the ;1f"

strenuous day when your muscles have Somme, in Northern France, the GIRARD, Ala., Aug. 11.-De'truc-1 j
Shot by Convict Superintendent leen exercised to the limit an appli- French have followed their bombard- tion of $400,000 worth of intoxicants l Bank f

Who was Trailing Him cation of Sloan's Linament will take metn of German lines with the cap- proceeded here today before a large | of Starke.s
soreness and stiffness away and but
ture of additional trenches near Mau- orderly crowd. As the work progressed 'p
With BloodhoundsAn get you in fine shape for the morrow. I i
the of
repas and a fortified quarry northof novelty watching hundreds f
You should use it for a sudden attackof i Hem wood. The French have also of bottles cf beer smashed and I I Starke :-: Florida rxooooooooCc
toothache stiff i ,
neck backache
unknown negro is dead and Con- established a new line south of Mau- whiskey poured from bottles into gutters -
sting bites and the
:ct :'.'Pl'l ;irtcldent L. R. Farmer is many repas and have taken two small woods leading to the Chattahoochee
wearing a number of bird shot in his| that are incidental to a vacation. "We north of Hem wood. er, wore off. riv-I <>COC :'
| would leave
our baggage
left arm as a result of the attempt as On the Balkan front the Anglo- Russell county and state (
on a vacation or out withoutSloan's
to captuie the negro Farmer shootingto ; go camp French forces have atacked the Bulgarians who yesterday procured a second court SCHOW

d fend hiwelf Tuesday morning'r cationist Linament.: "We use it Writes for everything one va- and occupied the'Doiran rail- order to destroy the liquor began the WHERE SHALL I GO TO It.XlERSITY

e.hl'l a posse pursued the negro to from to toothache." Put way station forty miles northwest of work yesterday, but ceased after a '

the woods northwest of Kissimmee, bottle cramps in your bag, be prepared and a Saloniki, according to unofficial ad comparatively small quantity had been OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FfI) .

after the negro had entered the home! have no regrets. 2t vices. thrown away. If the rate of destruc- Gainesville I WOMEN -
cf E. L. Lesley, Chairman of the Petrograd admits the evacuation of tion maintained today is continued it 1 Tallahassee-
Board cf County Commissioners, about t The Strong Withstand the Heat of I Hamidan, Persia, under the pressureof is believed it will take several days to Investigate its Advantages Before:;. highest

9 o'clock in the morning, takIngwith Summer Better Than the Weak I Turkish attacks. do away with that which belonged to Choosing Your College An institution of the omtJ. :
other things a shotgun and ammuni- I I Old people who are feeble,and younger A further series of surprising successes the five men affected by the court or- 1 j I the education of Young W :

people who are weak,will be strengthenedand by the armies of Generals Sak- der. Much of the liquor recently seized 436 students from 51 Florida counties I,j i 589 students: from 52 Florida ffo
tion.The enabled to go through the depressing and 24 states and foreign countries i J Total 815 ;
negro was seen to enter the harog and Letchitzky were announced will not be destroyed until further and 11 states 191516.

home by :Mrs. Leslie, who telephonedthe Grove's heat Tasteless of summer Chill by Tonic.taking It regularly purifies today by the Russians. The most important court action is taken. 191516. Total 818 including Sunrnerj I eluding Summer School. Write aJ::.

Sheriff's office at Kissimmee. The I and enriches the blood and builds up were the capture of the im- School. Write at once for catalog. for Catalog.

k tk negro got away before the sheriff "!'- the whole svstem........... 50c. ..... POI taint railway junction and town of Read the Telegrap" -S1.50 a yea A. A. MURPHREE, Pres. j EDWARD. ('O RADI,ra



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i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. I BOARD IMRS. M'ALUMHAS ORO. : State of the :tate of ..
Florida. do herel.
i Good Looks > ci' nn.tre that a
1 jscses jT-ie-fr" S25c a* SBSJvBsasBsesa M'SJsysaaasasasasgggsaMt M g y ggj gggya 253523 are Easy GESER.\t FICCTIOV:
j will be nt. eu'nty in rir>r la on
HELDIMPORTANT I Tuiday next t.ucceeontr the first M.' lay in
: Live State News J GAINED With the Voxemlwr A. P llr the raid Tues.lay: being

asca '- MagnoliaBalm. c fur the rat ficalion,.y re:ection of the said

I L Told by Our Exchanges. SESSION ON 7TH 17 POUNDSWAS the Joint Constitution Resolutions of rr.SState pusieg. f.f amend-neiil-FU>rij-t. vu:

.....11. __ .\ JOINT RESOLITON r.llinl an Amendment
I to .tiol 9 i.J Article 9 ->f the
TAIPA.-Five hundred acres of 'phones out of order. The companyIs I State Constitutiof. IMatmn to luxation
in field Look as good as city cousins. No
corn in Manatee county, one examining and repairing the wires 'I your Bf it Resolved thrT.egslsturc of the ShIp

under one fence and belonging to one
the record upto date so far as subscribers the best of service is surely clear your skn; intantIy.I That the follow-uip Im.ndmt'lt (f Section
is as I
firm I|. Heals Sunburn too. Just put a little on 9 ofrticle 9 of the C<>i>sttution of the State,
has been learned according to tlv possible under the trying conditions Arrangements Made With Banks For 'Jacksonville! Woman Says She Would your face and rub it off again before dry. I n'lalinl to Taxation an.! Finance w lureby)'
imposed them. and ". to and shall ic Mil-niiiril to I h electors
Tampa Times. upon I Simple sure to please. Try a bottle

I IKISSDDIEIC. Handling Funds of Bonded Not Be .\liIf it Hadn't I I to.day and begin the improvement at the next of the 1'nt'fl State el.fur-ft;I'M-ion<.r> hereafter or rejection; that is at I"say.

Districts Been for Tanlac once. White Pink and Rose-Red Colors. that Section 9 ., \mclf 9 of the Ci.nstitutinn -
who has
B. Elam, ST. AUGUSTINE. With laborersat I I 75 of Sta'. imin.l- .
cents at Druggists or by mail duett.: 1I to t ad a-

been in this section for several weeks : work clearing 1,1570 acres of recent- I, ; follow'Section' ''. The.v shii*;'l I U- fxiinit from

buying cattle, made a shipment of I I ]ly acquired) land, the Littlefield-Erwin Board met pursuant to adjournmentwith "When I began taking Tanlac I SAMPLE FREE. I!I taxation propertv. t.. th .value of hhun-

1.OOu head on Saturday last to the St. ,Company is preparing to engage in all members present. was so sick and weak I had to stayin LYON MFC. CO., 40 S.. 5U St,Brooklyn.N.Y.' rtfd dollars on to her. .t't'r,1.li. MiUH.' 'that rt and has 'a,. famitviUinilmt

Louis market. The cattle were bought i farm and stock raising in this coun- Minutes of last meeting! were read bed most of my time, and had fallenoff | '.roon "1,i. s h."' '.1,. rcsil'nt .r th. t\I'r

from the cattlemen in this section and |ty. Foundations for silos, dippingvats and appro\ed. until I only weighed one hundred and l.y has mi .lest forlun a ,'liml.." ..r lien du.ablid m war II I

are saul! t 1:1\: e I rou'ht a good orie.They and feed pen; are being laid. The The patrons of the Crest View sec- and twenty-three pounds; I now weigh! + + + + + .pLEAL+ + + + + + + + + + I "I -;,

were <''i 'pl'd a'. the Canoe Creek new concern has abundant capital, it tion petitioned to the board to establish one hundred and forty pounds and am + NOTICES P \ JOINT RESOLUTION ]Proposing *n ami n.t.ment .
and to ..tiln' _. ;' .and 4 of
dipping pens on last Thursday IS said, and will continue clearing the a school for 25 children, who were able to do my cooking and other.I + + + + + 'PBILL + + 40I + + + + + + + I of the Cnnstitut. at ht State-rtirl.,., Horida.VII

driven to Kisimmee for loading at land until a thousand acres are ready deprived of a school. The petitionwas housework," said Mrs. Victoria Mc- i I FOR DIVORCE.In Relating to Ct'fSU anl Apportionment
north of the city. I I Circuit Court. 8th Judicial Circuit cf Be it RCohrd b thr legislature of the Mate
the A. C. L. pens for fencing and planting with forage. granted. The board to furnishthe Alum, residing at 227: Stewart, corner Florida Bradford county. of Florida: ,

-- Thoroughbred cattle will be purchasedand material and the patrons to do Monroe street, Jacksonville, Fla. I I Nora Jones That the following amendments to Ihe Con-

-Beautiful cabbage the remaining will be the work. "Honestl she continued vs I !titution of the Stat- of Florila IK- end the
ST. PETERSBURG. acres plant. ) "I don't Pope Jones same are henhy airitxl to, and the >,n'e .
palm trees from the jungle which in profitable products. To rush this The board oidered: L. W. Kickliter believe I could ha\e lived much lon I Bill for D \orce le submitted to the etct.irs! of the RIal."hal at I

will be iemo\ed in clearing the right- work, a giant traction plow will short. to estimate! the advisability of locating ger if it hadn't been for Tanlac and i Notice to Appear the x-ction general: election in 191 . The State of Klondi
to l'oi>e Jones Greeting -
of-way for the county road to go ly be put in operation on the land.IIAII.Emplc'ees a school between Lawtey and my daughter doesn't think so either. : Section 2 of Arid,. VI' is hereby am.n.lul

through: are to be planted along Villa Starke. About six months ago I began suffering I It hating been shown by affidavit that tht'Ot.f..ndant -o'The as to legislature read as -!. ,:
Pope Jonts is a non-result of the t'at 'al convere in theJtar
Grand avenue from the bay to Park ot the of The board completed arrangementsfor with Indigestion and stomach. State of Florida and that the rrfidrnce of PI9 and thenii'tir .hal consul of onene'nibcr

street in Davista. The St. Petersburg city the banks designated for the trouble and I never heard of these said defendant la at Wayero, Georgia that of the Sen. each county in
Miami must pay their bills or lose there is no person residing in this State of the State and of rro numhtr of the Hnu.e
Inu-ftment Co. has doeidod upon their jobs. This was decreed last handling of the Interest and Sinking troubles pulling anybody down as fastas Hnr da the service of a subpoena upon uhnm of Representatives fn rach count in the

this means of preserving the splendid Funds of the bonded districts.The they did me. I got so I could hard- would bind raid defendant and that raid dtftmlant Slate for. every 1.1 thousand of r->|>ul.itionthemn.
I. night when President or the majo frivtion
Hefty reportedthat where
is the of .
palms and at the same time beautifying merchants and others almost 18th of September was designated ly eat anything at all and what I did is therefore over ordered age considered twenty-one and years.It adjudged Ih... may I* K .naj. f.-ti.n Uft.rr thl'f..f after

Villa Grand a\enue. for the opening of the schools. eat seemed to all go to gas and gave that the sail defendant Pope Jones do dividing; the whole! i-umlH of I"'pulaliln! of
daily register with him complaints the the county by the niuih ten thousandPro.. :
appear to Complainant's Bill of Complaint
against certain employees who refuseto The Treasurer's books were examined me shortness of breath. At times my herein on or before the 14th day of ,'id. that each count eLli have at !est one

DO.-Huth Jones 9 approved and checked up. heart would palpitate so hard it seemed Au, ust. A. I). 191;. in dt.fault whereof a decree Representative and that iy> county "ha'1 have .
ORLA years their bills sometimes than
pay makingthe more three RepH-sinSatiie in the Houseof
pro conr..so will be entered a.raint the .
Central School FundI"n.s like it would of
of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. jump out my body. I said Jones.It R..pn"t'nlatht. The of In. Hnu.-e
old, daughter excuse that th city was unableto .\ Wilkerson' Teaching Futch _$ lT.Sn( Pope n.ml"'f t
of ,
00. My head was dizzy and I was so is Rt'plt'nlalh't shall bel.fte.1 f, a term
of Orlando so further ordered that this notice bepub
people Sarah Jordan 00II
Jones, prominent salaries. However the sala- Teaching Swift Creek 31 of two and the
pay shed years of tliStnate
) in the Bradford .
U Gay Teaching I'-eilling __ 350rt nervous that I could scarcely hold a County Telegraph.a nWI1n
was struck by lightning and instantly ries of city employees are paid n. W. !Miore I.uml..r for Theressa hh 111.311L..wis newspaper published: at Starke in Bradford -hal t. elected for a tfrt four y.'ar*. ex

killed. The bolt struck a tree in the promptly and Mr. Hefty and other Taylor Ttachin.C.uiiford hh-- 5ft.00' cup of coffee up to my mouth. My County Florida.ks. once each week for five consecutixe as h..re.nat..r hrarch prc\.I..I.; .hall The be at.election the for Im..mbt'n
yard of the Jones home. Dr Jones members of the council stated thatemplo'ees Edith. Townsrnd reaching Pine Grove 35.00 blood was in a very poor conditionand IN WITNESS we WHEREOF. I hate hereuntoset and places. The term of office of Senators -
Sh Thomas Teaching: Liberty --- 3500G face and hands were broken I)I elected in 191fi shall
my hand and affixed the seal of Circuit expire on the first
unconscious for thirty my our -
rendered of the be the .
was city ought to W. Wilkerson Tint-hire Rosier 50.00Leon I I
Monday in AIri1919.. The
out in' blotches. I couldn't do any Court on this the 10th day of July .\. D. term of office .
minutes, and on the breast of Dudley first to settle accounts.JACKSONVILLE. Thomas achinp Midway h. 5000 1916. of Senators elected in 118 from the following
Alpa Thomas>> Teaching Routing ___- 3i.00 work at all and felt tired and worn .. counties Ficambia.
the lightning tattooed (S.'al> W WEEKS. towit.
7 fiadd..n.
Jones ,
age I..st' Dees Teaching Roberts ____ 35.00A.
u Jackson Ion Madison
out all the time and spent the most 7-14-St. Clerk.! Cifayette Taylor! -
what looks like a fern leaf. The boy B. Shaw T..achinLittlr Springs. TO.00 lumbia. Nassau. Duval Mnrion. Sumptrr. Jef
shocked but will recover. According to Deliah Beilhng\ do _Uh________ 40.00 of my time in bed. I had the best of -- ferson. Lee, Monroe. J'ut' m. Volunia. Hamil ,!
the last federal census the religious Gertie Thomas to hUUUUU 40.00One treatment and tried every kind of ton. Alachua. B no ward. Lilwry. Hemando. !
Smith Teaching 1'lion 35.00 months after date hereof on to-wit. the I'mellas. Brevard. Palm Le.y. shall
organizations of Florida, in point of Bessie Rosier T".1' hin" Heilbronn -_ 40.00 mcjdicine trying to get well, but I 14th day of January. ItlT I will present my expire on the first Mt rda II'ach> April. IMJI : all i
PEXSACOLA.-George; II. Harrison Dora Johnson do __ _______ __ 4000 vouchers and final the Honorable ;
account to Senators
membership, the Baptist lead, followed -- -- -- got worse all the time, and it had other to be t'1.'ti In the Star lOP t
L. A. Dada do ___._____ ;0.00 Geo. A.
of switch engine crew UhU Gardiner. County Judge of Bradford their term of office the first
a expire on
in turn by Methodists Roman Cath- ___ TO.OO begun to look like time for this .ha1 .
Fannie Martin' Providence uu. my county. Florida. as administrator of the estate Monday in April, of the
of the L. & N. railroad, was crushed olics, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, "4ith Summers do ____..________.. 4000 world was short. of D. S. Wheeler deceased and asked to House of Rt'pft'ntati\\1 m..mbt'r at the general ,
to death shortly after 11 o'clock last M. B. Riherd da h"- hhnhh__ 40.00 be ditfchraged as such administrator.This election in 191$. thru term nf office shall
Christians, Congregationalists, with J. S. Rosier do --________----____ L'5 "But Tanlac seemed to get rightat the 14th day of July. 1916. expire on the first Monday in April 1921. and
night, while engaged in coupling two small membership for a score or more A. J. Gnffis Boat Drain __.hU 15.00; the bottom of my trouble and I D. W. MANNING. thereafter the term of o'tVe! of all members of
which to be moved Bradford County Bank Interest 94.39A. Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler the House of
Pullman cars were -.00 Represt shall commenceon
In the United feel better the first few ntnt.vt
other denominations. began to after
Harrison S. Feaule Dobson ____hun_ 33.no deceased. T-14-6mo the first Tuesday after the first Monday :
from the depot sheds. Mr. States the membership of the Roman Roland Anderson Nebo ._un_____ 35.00 doses. Since taking four bottles of in April next 8ueetinl the election At the
went between the cars as one was Beatrice Futch. Rising __ _._. 35.00 general '
all hh NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. and thereafter all
half of
Catholic church is over the medicine I can eat most anythingI
the other. He did L. H. Futch do _.___. ____uuu 5000 Snatol to be eleetej shall be for
backed down upon Protestant denominations; accordingto Quigley Lumber Co. Lbr for Theressa 161.34American want. I have gained seventeen Thirty days after date hereof on to-wit the t..P four yean the rltte on the a .
reasonable timeto 2Ut day of Auiciu-t. 1416. I will apply to the tt'r t bin
not within a Seating Co. Stats for Ran- first after the first ,
appear 12- in and feel like Tuesday April
the the signal to the census the former having dolph ________ _____ ____uh_ ": .3" pounds weight a new Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner County Judge or of the following year sad. Pt that when it a new
give engineer go 079,142 members compared with 20- F. G. Sehell Office expenses ______ 6.55 person. Nothing I eat hurt me in the Bradford County. Florida. for an Order to county is the shall at that
ahead and investigation showed that F. G. Sehell Salary Supt. .___ 100.00Chl'Sl..y sell at private sale the one-seventh undivided time fix clat.th Lilatul of the
valueof h :
887,742 for all the latter. The least and I have no more of that awful interest each of Yule Smith. Ethel Smith. Alfred fr ur lirtSrnator
between the two Fogg Board Service __ 10.00L. to be elected
he had been caught u th..rfrom at two or four ,
Catholic property was about one- W. Kickhter do __uu.u ".'11 palpitation of the heart or shortnessof Sm th. Ludion Smith. Myrtle Smith and )..ar with the end in view of the .

cars and crushed to death.MACCLENNY. third that of protestants. J. I:. Douglass do ____Work un_____ _h_ 25.00 1.IO: breath. I sleep like a baby every Edwin deceased Smith.in and minor to the heirs following of Minnie described Smith number of old Slor in balance keeping with the t
C. A. Knight Clerical number of the new.
hn f
W. B Feacrle. WIle; ____._______ 50.00 night and I don't have any of that land. Situated in Bradford County. Florida. Section ? of Article VII of the Constitution .t

.-It is understoodupon QUINCY.-The 1916 tobacco cropis Edna Feagle. do ____-----__.___--_ 35.00 tired, draggy feeling now at all. My of to-wit North-east: The South-half quarter of of South-east North-east quarter Quarter of is hereby amt'ndt r aa t read as fol

good authority that Baker coun- now practically in the houses of Total h.U-_..___' ____--_____-- 1659.80 blood is in good condition, the blotches St'tttion221 Township (6)) S., Range (22): low"The regular session of the Legislature that ,
ty i is to have two candidates for sher- those who have for the past several Special Tai Scheol District have left my face and hands and my east containing in all rive Acres more or less. shall meet in 1917 shall apportion the representation
York Colson. Thoma ______ BO.00 July 21. 1916 ill the Hou-w of
nu Representatives, as :
iff in the November election. One years purchased the production from Eunice Robinson do .___hU_____ 35.11:1J. : color i is almost natural again. I'm PACE SMITH. in th'. Article provided, which apportionment J
candidate for county commissionerhas and under existing cir I. O'den. Vandeibilt h.hh_. BO 01 not a bit nervous now and it's a pleasure 7-21-51 Guardian for the aforesaid Minors. shall be based upon the last census taken by .
already expressed his desire to the producer, Eva William do ___ ______________ 40.00J. for me to do my work. I feel the State of Florida or by the Unit States r
cumstances no crop ever made in W. Morgan Booki and Supplies REGISTRATION NOTICE. which ever is the last taken several
run in the Glen St. Mary district. Gadsden county has been more sat- St-mpvm n__hU_ ___ ____ _n_____ 18Sh like Tanlac has kept me out of my Notice la hereby given that the registration counties of the State and those that shall
There is a great deal of dissatisfaction J. W. Morgan Books for I'iae Grove 13.51 grave and given me a new hold on books of Bradford courty. Florida. will be open meet ever ten y..a" thereafter .hal apportion t:
isfactory to the growers. Prices per Edith Tovvnsend. Pin- Grove uu_ 1000 for the registration of electors: from the first representation in the if Representatives -
in the county over the result of pound for the crop-shade and sun- J. B. Ridell Work on Iheressa chool 4ISO life, and I believe it is just what everyone Monday in August until Saturday. October in the Miner In thi Article provided
the last primary, and the Standardhas Weaver Drug C) Bojks for Elarbee suffering as I did needs to get 14th. at the Clerks! office in the county which apportionment be based
has been good, while the article has School __u_______. ____-_ __U____ 1H1: court house at Starke. between 9 o'clock a. on the last census enunvrat'on taken by up*
it upon pretty good authoritythat I been superior in many respects to all Leon Thomas. Midway __hh_ __ 5.10 them over their troubles. m. and 12 m. and 2 o'clock p. m. and I 5 p. State of Florida. or by the United States
a number of candidates will enter I The in this A. B. Shaw. Little Springs ________ 2000 Tanlac is sold exsluslvely in Starkeby m. on Monday. Friday and Saturday of each which ever is the last taken before the .
previous crops. growers .\. L. Green Services at election n_ BOO and every week. IAJialatur so apportionii.K the representation
the November election for \o"rious. section realize that they are dealing .1. E Adkms Lumber for Long Bridge "."2 C. P. Cason; in Lake Butler by C. A. KNIGHT hal onv."l." .i
offices. I Tnmlin laint'S Drug Co. Books for : Supervisor of Registration of of the I
: with a class of men who are doing Thoma. .. .. ________ 6.*' ; 8-4-2t. Bradford County. Florida.OTIE to U fol-
-- n. nnn .a.1
___________ I i am..nei. 10
if will ._____ by the Hampton Pharmacy in lows
the right thing and losses, any, I.ill.e: Cnn.li>. Sampjor City 111.00; ; : !
0. X. I'arrish Work on i-chool yard. FOR rUBLICATIOV. "When any count? i* ereativ by the ;
IieLAXIX The mill dry kiln who risking their the Cash Store in .
saw fall upon those are Sampson City --____--________---- 9 I.T5 Lawtey by Drug ; I. Serial No. OllfiTt.) epartment of the Inter legislature it shall Le ..ulil..d to on- Senatorand
and about 110,000 feet of lumber of I j money on an uncertain demand. F.. R. I'opiM-H. Lone Krii'ge' ______h 73 00, Raiford by the Weaver Drug Co.; ior. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. one member of th. of Ripresentatues. J
the Bond Lumber Company's plant at I T.akt.! Kiitler Rank Interest on Little June 21. 191;. unt I the next enumeration provided for
Sprintr warrants -_-__--- 1.3T: and in Worthington by R. T. Taylor.C. Notice is hereby given that Frank :Murphy in Section 5. of Ih.rlicl.... that shall betaken I
Bond Mill, near Glenwood Volusia j I GREEN COVE Sl'r.IXGS.-The Lake Butl,'r Bank lrt- re..t on Lake A. Smith, Sampson, Fla-Adv.roMEf. of Sampson City. Florida who. on April 24. after the cnation- of the fid new
county, was burned Sunday morning Rutler warrants nhn.h 3-M: | I'll". made Homestead entry N'o' 01169. for county or until the re a census enumeration I
!Dupont Powder Company which sev- Pi.Witt Jonrs Pump for Heilbronn -I.;;. Nnrthia-t qi'arte"Section 34. Township ItSnlll" that shall I* taken l.>. the I'niteil S'at.s ofmirica
the fire being discoered between ::1 and i oral months bought tho Camphor J.v.. Morgan School sUl'I'1.4fnr I-i 8 ...M. !<,.)"' ....'...-.....+';::3.... Knnrf 20 Enbt Tallha.see Merit an. \ after the creation the .,.iI new
4 o'clock. The planing mill was tl1l'I ago IIi.lbr.inn ___- _. n __ 1.5I f Vas filed notice of intention to make Three ...inty. whichever i.liI the coon. r '!> taken
: arlU. then known as the Florida Essential ",. \\'. \\mnrtvht
  • __ .u :U" Year Proof to .taMu.h! claim to the land aft<'r the creation of ihe sai.1| new count). whent ;
    only one *>f the buildings to escape Oils Co., has changed the name .1. C. POIM.|ll.| Crav'..n and l ,'ratrsf L I'EFfc alnne dicribed IH'for- Clerk of Circuit Co'irt hall I. entitled to one mi mix of the ,
    the estimated at "."" b at Starke. Honda on the Kith day of Augui-t lIiuiof '
    fire. The loss is approximatfh' :, under the 1. .nir In I------- Rei.rei.ntaiii' for tv cry tin thous.
    with only a and i inow operated name .1. K .Iniinson; York <.n tchno! houseHimi.ton I loridi Real Estate, Land and I 191ft and of population o the major fraction
    SlOd.Oim' of "The Arlington Co.Valler( ..-__ __- _- -- 1'":; I Claimant narms as witnesses : thereof the same a' oth I counl.." I
    small amount of insurance. The on- the p. Witt ..IimrPumn '..r K..ll<'> -ch..il 2."". G. Wndrew:?. of New, Hner. Florida.; \ JOINT RESOI.I'TOS l'r"IM/inJ an amendnunt .:
    Iranch.: ) At the time camphor Timber Expert. 4 I Prince of New' .
    Matthews Ri\er. FloridaiMmTi
    i .
    gin of the fire i is unknown. This i is .1. F KckliUr Inculinuls for ktll.vch to Section I rtiet'1 .f theCensttelinn I
    farm was bought the DuPont people .,! .. .- -- -- .:!". \\ Fdwards of New River Horuli i of th. .f Fnr.la as
    the second plant the 1'ond: Companyhas all of the holdings of the ArImgUm II. & W '1 Drev Co ni.icUxan! ."ur- ,S.;s .wan Experience at Starke. 4 C \. Smith. of Snmi..on C-tv Florida i amendid by Joirt Pwlution Acts t
    lost by file at this point the mill : bought ; ni.I1..1 l lv .1. C. P..pp ,ll l7nt 4 4tt44'.t fi.-U-Ct; ROBERT. IH VIS. of I t"i. K..!atm. t.. Suffrage and Eligibility. .

    : Company a: tl for convenience .,im.rli._. ...., J.. ,00'I." C._ __. Tti-iiiCfrtnnt. .. m__ _m___ fin. t44.." .. i+'."' + '+f RegistrarMiSTFR'S 1
    there Icinjr !binned few ; o. -- -- -- -- HE it R..oh'"d b '
    MMI. ag th
    : a mi.dc. The 1Iinit.t.---------------------- r. II" ; legislature of the Stateof
    i I i the change in nan'va .. SATE.Notice Florida ,
    Max Mckit.-irt l'r'wi.I..n. 4 < "" : I
    camphor farm is making a fine showi"g '- is hentiy p-nen, that und<'r and by That the following animdnvrt to S"tion 1 .
    MILTOXTor tho murder of IVter '''i now. Thore are four hundredI Total -__ ;;7-: "- E&GARQEYESOpticrarv virtue (lr that certain; final d. c..... of fnrerl"-- of .\rticl'1 of thi. GrMitutwin of he Stateof .
    made and rendtnduifu l.t. I'Hr. bv
    tire I. and tlie s' it h..I.y agreedto I
    Wyrnan and wife in th,' early part of I I I ',- set out in amphor trees anti F. G. SI-HELL, TestedJACKSONVILLEFLA. the Judge. of the Circuit Court of the Eighth F..ri.la hal be submit-d.m.In the ili-rtors of .

    ll'lo, Percy" Janu-s and BI'adHolt- they are as thrifty anti! handsome as Secretary .T ..lic n! f irruit <>f loruht in nml for Ilrid- I <>>. emir the p......a' ..-<'ti..n in t'll4 fur :
    furd County in Chancery sitting in favor of ratification or reject: :
    crts, white: inthe county jail at Milton :!|i, could! !be a-ked. The company has --- -- ---- --- C \\'. 7innj H Co.. a corjioration rmdain- S,rtion 1 Every ''1.1.,! I..n.f'""f aire nf -

    will be c-xeovtod unless the trodrnor \'- '.fifteen acres in "ted lfiland within r. Broken Lertses Duplicated ant. and James \. \\ainright and LettieWainright twentv-one )'f' and I 'ward" whn i, a eitinn -
    fiom'I'I COFFiNS CASKETS ] Same. Day as Recieved his wife an.! J. I!. Rhnikn. d.- of the United States at the tim. he ap. .
    changes their sentenfp a short time o\eial bundled acres We Specialize on Mill I OrdersWe ftty Postage fm.lants. the undersigned will otTer for ,ale 1.1.1 to register shall ) Aimed n 'mali'ied .
    death to life impiUonmvnt. The ap- i': mote will be planted in the tn'!';;. The And a full line of J. 140 W. FOR3YTH ST and s..ll lufnre the Court Home door at at all elections under" the C"ntitutionof ".
    '' 1ake" Bradford ce.untv rlorida dur ng the the State of l-i rovided.' that he '
    peal \\hiih was taken to the Florida I entire farm I is to con-i-t of rle\en Undertakers' -- --- "at hour of tale on Monday.5ElTEMltER itw. 'I Fnr : pos-
    Supplies S..f \
    Supreme Court was passed upon yesterday thousand acres..U.l.AllI(01.11. TRY IT! SUBSTITUTEFOR 4th 1"IB Ho shall ha e re.1.llraton hlll I... i*'ma-
    and the verdict of the lower Always on hand. The best service I to. the highest and lM bidder for cash the nent home ant place r.f aIMI!'. in thi State ofrinr I
    NASTY CALOMEL following descnUd landIvmir and being in 'da for year a',1 ; the rour1)' wherein .
    .n. 1
    f (burt is !'stained. That means that Apalachi- at the lowest prices. Special Bradford Countv. Sta'e of Florida. a deseriitn.n | he applies to rejri-tir Tor 'ix months previons '

    t three white men will !le executed in i attention to telegraph orders. nf which" is as follows to-vil : t h..nto.
    i[ ('()liafl at pre"'nt"isiting friends in Part of -iifii) acres of land commencing He tnu.-t bi able '0 write tnd inter- i
    Santa Rosa: l'ountyl1tl tho final chapter Wakulla fountx.. relate a horrible -- Starts your Liver Without Mak- at NE corner of land formerly owned bv T. fn t any STt .m of t1-* C.n of one of the most heinous crimr I Registered Embalmer \v !-weal" and running Ea't to a line viding salute of Florida at th t.Tle he applus to recister -
    story as follows' : Three men were in section 2 Q anil :2' : thence South on Station and vote 1
    in the states historv: will be \\ iittrn.POMPAXOCailton I thl"00,1..' huntin for a deer and oneof I ISue'sr ing You Sick and Can- ;.... _:2i, yar.I" : th..nceVe.t to SE corner of I. must own in lis t vn right prr.r erty to f
    I DeWlffcUONES not Salivate. '''':.I formiriv: owmd !I.y TV. Sweat : thence of not less tlan. five him.l-ed dol r
    the three was placl'dn a stand \;< rth to the starting point : all I..inin Sec'on lars which fact sha.I K. ditermnirf only. by
    Marshall of j while the other two men followed the to G. C. Livingston & Co i _"(. Township 6. Range C2: ; containing the assissment b'l 01 the conn" at the f
    four acres. being the same more or less time he applies ittcand vote. 1
    Pompano. has desrunoik to reclaim |I tlo)!;;. In the l''UI'e of tho morning Starke, Fla. I Every druggist in town-your druggist JOE HILL WILLHMS. He nvu.t not hay... tee" convicted revious .

    a half section (>f land west of Hills- a trail was struck by one of the dogs ---- _._ and everybody's druggist has no- r.ocialIa.tt'r in Chanc ry. to the time he RI'I.I.o t-< r..iIt'r'olt'. of I

    1'01'0.Lij:' lt Hou-e. The ,Everladc'Engineei.ing ;; and thi; trail led by the stand occupied 1-- -- -- -- ticed a great falling off in the sale I. E Solicitor,FUTCH.fur Compla:nant.Ml'iOR'S in larcen any>. of..ll the>ery court". ,.of' any p<'riurv Stale,'.brlliery. of the I,

    Co. are laying l : out the I "bv the man left !behind.Vhen of calomel. They all give the same -- -- -- -- ,-- "ntid; States or if PI convicted he mu.t

    r lines of dyke, dihhe- etc' The land the two men arrived at the stand General Insurance 1 reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is takingits 1. r. F. Hoover.PROCl..HU Major of TIO the "town of Ka-e. been rr tored *o tie. rights of citizenship -

    is to k ilvked. ditched and drained '! where they had left their companion place. Iarl.... Honda by virtue of the authority Preevleel. however TV :.t no per'i.. or lin1 -

    and a flood irriiration system installed.When ,| made a horrible, discowrAll I represent none but FIRST "Calomel is dangerous and people vested in me. by law dn hereby call an election !< cendant of any 'o h person "h'I. on
    to I.* hi Id at the TOWN H\LL. in the January first ;. IT entitled
    the work is completed this land ,t i that was: left of their late companio:i II CLASS companies and will be know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone is aforesaid town. 'y th- tt'al.fi..101.; ..",* thire'n.r t""t.. under I-I the f n'"i.r ,t".I., and laws of

    will I.e a liIix-ominK: : pardon twelvemonths !; was one leg and one arm. The other} constantly on the alert to promote I perfcctly safe and gives better results fi.r"' Tuda the ;.luri"1 the of 12th electing day of the S" pt following,'mber.. I'II offi 'inv. .if. under the States form or rntories. rr ..ntiJ.1
    I' e any tf government or any
    of the \ear. This experimen- part had If1 devoured! by some wild I I your interests. Guarantee ," said a prominent local drug- naturalized citizen. t I l; s dit-cendants. shal

    tal work of Mr. Marshall is only the Jboa-t: supposedly a panther that had courteous treatment to all pa. gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is personally cersOne Mayor.Ink I* D.ni..0 the right .lit "f>m-t, and. "' t.-
    I ( Tlerk. shall 1. read rite and
    twining of redamationoik along ,|! jumped upon the man from a troo A trons. A well written policy bya guaranteed by every druggist who One Marshal and Collector. cause i h'.. .fi-tt h. ary S.lIh nut : f' to, Cons'::ut ". of

    the bay front that will eventually in- ', large panther had been seen in Wa. first-class agent in a first- sells it. A large bottle costs 50 cents, Three Aldermen. thi Slate of rlorida as .lio\e. l'f\i.I\ or lie.caue .
    elude all the and if it fails to give relief in One .\sesssor.Inictors he shall not f.'vn :'.. h. value
    lower river marshes and kulla county recently and it is supposed class company sometimes means easy of said flection. J. L. Peek allHlocifi..d : natura.zed.r.ry citizen- ..f the

    tide lands in this section. I i that this is the animal that devoured much in case of loss by fire. every case of liver sluggishness and Fl'. Shaffer and T. N. Kendnck. I'nited State- how "ir V the time tly, anply.:

    i j the constipation, you have only to ask for In testimony whereof. I hereunto suberil. and bef'ire they shall \r. admitted t" regi-ter.
    I man.PAL.TKA.At and cause the seal of
    i my name shall present to the registration .fTir certificate
    DeLAXIWWe have heahl beforeof H. C. RICHARD, StarkeRead your money back.Dodson's town to lx> hereunt. affixed this bib day ofugut. of his naturalaatS.. or a dub :Hfihenticated -
    Liver Tone is a pleasant- \ copy thereof ? f 6
    squirrel food but we haw a new one I the meeting of the Ii C. F. HOOVER Section 2. I'pon the a jopti-in of tl.i.!.m.n.l-
    tasting purely vegetable remedy
    this time The beautiful 1 bids Mayor of StakoISE.LI ment to the Conititu'ior. the
    pesky : board of county commissioners r."ila. fe ,hal
    harmless to both children and adults.
    the tr'r9ph-S1.50 i Vt'Ar appropriate lars
    little 8.1-5t enact o carry th. .urpose
    : rodents because' of the scarcity were opened for the bond issue of Take a spoonful at night and wakeup of this amendmentirto..ffeet._

    of crumbs and acorns at this time of road and bridge district No. sections NOTICE OF ELECTIONWHEREAS.
    the $80,350; in best agricultural in the state feeling fine; no biliousness, sick The votes east in w>n?>lianee with the proposed

    , season have been whetting their I 3 in Putnam county, W. L. Slayton & and when completed will prove of inestimable headache acid stomach or constipated The Legislature of 1915. under amendments n1the canas', declarations .

    appetites on the telephone cables thus i Co., of Toledo: 0., who offered $81,- value to the farmers of that bowels. It doesn't gripe or cause i the, Const did pass tutioa three of 1SS5.Joint of Resolutions the State of Florida to the and same returns regulaiirrj thrtf. hal >* ."bjptf.

    ; causing subscribers! and the company .. fill.49, the premium being: $1, 6l.49, vicinit),. There is unusual activity inconvenience all the next day like ing amendmt'nt to the Constitution prp-tht are provided by law fig general elect otis in
    much concern and trouble. It has been The road will State and the same were agreed to the State of Florida. )
    . i which was accepted. just now in the matter of road improvement violent calomel. Take a dose of calomel by a vote of three-fifths of all the mrmbt'n IN TF-STiWONY WHEREOF. I
    ,. by the company that the rodents be built of sand asphalt, will be about i which if kept up for a today and tomorrow you will feel elected to each house ; that tb'ot on laid have rero. nto set my iand and
    have bitten through the insula- miles in length and will extend losea Joint Resolutions were tntt'ft'd upon respective affixed tI-" Great Seal of the
    lton twenty-one i few years will place Putnam county weak, sick and nauseated. Don't Journals with the yeas and nays SEAL State f Florida. at 'hi" a -.
    exposing te wires to the elements i from near Palatka to Rodman, in thf forefront of the really progressive day's work! Take Dodson's Liver thweon. and they did determ'ne and direct the Cap> ;l. thi twenty-
    ad the past frequent rains have in Marion of that the said Joint Resolutions be submitter fifth diy uf *. D 1916.H. .
    thence to Orange Springs road-building counties of Flor Tone instead and feel fine, full vigor .
    CLAYCRWFORt.8.4lit \
    caused to the electors of the State at the Genera
    a short circuit, putting the county. It will traverse one of tie ida. and ambition. ((14-5% Election in November. 1916. Secretary of State.
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    J'. cities and towns -. J. Sapp do ________________________ 1.20 I r----_--- J JI
    CAN YOU TELL ME WHY? Paid to incorporated for contingencies _._______ : Adkms do ______uu_____________ 1.00 Political Announcemenls I _
    Bradford County TelegraphPublished Reserved Sterncks ____ ,_________00________ 1.20:: Full Supply of .

    ( Total ______ ________._..._.______11,9 H. Tomlinson do __n______________ 3.40 I
    Can tell me why a polecat stinksso of- Fine and '( M. Parker juror do ______00______ 1.00 .
    you Estimate fiscal expenses ending C. Fralick do ______________________ 3.40 For Marshal and CollectorI I COFFINS A\D CASKETS :, !
    Weekly" and entered as second awfully when he will, Fund for the year __________ .
    J. Johns do _________ __ 1.60 hereby announce myself as a candidate i __
    at Or tell me why water will run rapidly. 191i : and deputies cost bills in crim- Hod/es do ___ _. _t ______n_______ 1.611fack for Marshal and Collector for Starke. I am 1 _
    class matter at the post-office Sheriff __ _______________________ 1.20 I' All Sizes and i iI
    hill ? iral ca-es __ --__._______________ Johns do now sen'inK my third term as marshal having -M i Qualities
    Starke Florida.E. down a Constables, cost;--bills in criminal cases : X. Hjrst do ____n_______________- 1.00 previously served as night marshal) and I
    Can you tell me bow a democrat maynever Clerk circuit court, cost bills in criminal T. Weeks 1 month clerk paid express have endeavored to Pll my duties both as I
    I Always Hand
    his duty fill cases _u------------u and postage ___.______________ 81! .flrt chief of police and an tat collector to the on
    cost bills in criminal II. Williams Iday Com and Millatre in-'o: best of my ability. I thank the Starke xotcrs I Ifor I -
    S. .MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner And vote for a Prohi, and Socialist, County cases judge.______________ __ ____ : T. Dowlmit do _____--__--_____--__ 620 their choice of me in the past and hupe I i I
    H. i:. L.GERGREX.ssociat.... Editor too, and be a democrat still ? Justice of the peace cost bi.u in criminal A. Knight Super Rep _u.nun__ 1040 that my present term las given so much PRICES REASONABLEJ.
    _________________--____u L. Underbill 1 Jay Cum and Havre 4 Mil satisfaction that I can blunt on their sup :
    __ _ __h ___ : Witness case fees _u____, _._______________ B. Crews do ____.__________._______ 6.40 tort at the f'nbung: town election.RePictfully. -
    Can tell me why some certain men Court "tenottrapher in insolvency casts > Luht and Water lant Lights and 51 L.\S KITK C. CONE
    We read a very. sweet little editor- you 'Sheriff commission on fines, ..tc,. collected Supplies --___-___________________-- It .
    are opposed so much to light ? _____._____ Com anti millage 7.I"1 [ ,
    ial the other day on "Honor Truth ______ _____ W. Pmhol-ur 1 day : in the Lawtrv, Florid
    t. Can you tell me why an honest man Ft-rdmg, prisoner ______________un__ contests were indulged namely
    and Love," written by an editor who ? I'ay of jurors in criminal casts, countyam ------------------------------'l'4 "Cit of Con" after which followeda
    hundred dollars despite -j objects to an open fight ) courts _______.___ Road and Bridge Fund
    owes us about a And tell me why the assassin: works UiscneJ justice) fur Continual jiace .CHS ____________ J. Wjnn Kipamnir Lodge! ________n 4.25::: house building contest was enj'o 'ed. t
    the fact that he has had several ". E. I-ewU Lumber __--_ -____--____-- 4-U This was followed by a delightfuliced ,
    t ; his game in the stilly night, _______ .. ________ .
    ._ _
    years in which to come across. Do Total ___.____ -- -- Moore Repairing bridge u '! :10 of blocked and ladyfingers e
    course cream
    Or tell me why to investigate has board after amending and I In I.I.umU Co Lumber and nails U ::11.1 a
    there few lines find you the same, it isn't right ? The V. Moore do uu 00______________ 972 served by the hostess, assisted fj
    brother.-Lakeland Times. I I changed so viMpg the budget as published H Williams 3: days ir'p roads ____ l" ,"i :Me-dame. Ollie :Mose and
    f u-eded to levy a milage for the S .rtfis R.., irinlt bridge ______n 13."0 by : S .
    .- Can tell me why Tom Watson accept funds I'. Uinilun Lu.ni- uu_______. _. il. ,; Leefer King.
    you of the several :
    and benefit R j\\linK :Nails etc __ 5.(0 <1
    'unu Miss[ Jackson bright
    The Clearwater Sun gives a more or .' not one cent of toll the current year, also after .. is Ice KtpairinK bridge __nhU 4511: < j i 1: is piquant
    less authentic biography of John P. Or tell me why some men for Catts are consideration from data (' B. Coart do UnoouUuuuun 4ft"! and fascinating, and her visits are anticipated I
    H.u'"m: do __ ____ .">.loII : with pleasure. This occasion
    u nnUU
    Coffin, but says "he live in Johns- Willing to damn their souls; the clerk J nnllage of '! mills was W. !'inhi>lst-r 1 day road insp -----j'."" .i

    town, Madison county, in this state." To have him elected at any: cost, after ied for outstanding indebtedness I" '. F. Smith Lot for mules __un 6.'i'l ,. was one of the most enjoyable
    F. illmms Hire of wagon for con- '!' !social functions of the season.
    Xo brother there is Johnstown in he failed to poll. of 1915.! ;
    no der Chapter 0941: Laws \ 2.""
    :Madison county. The only and origi- Even a third of the tlenwl'rat'ott'S asplaced Millage follows for current I W3Th' : i- I.umUr; -and nails- -===== :21:Is

    nal Johni'tow/1' Florida: founded by on the primary scroll ? as outstanding H Thomas Lumber uuu_______ !992! I j Christian Church.
    pen.ses A. Duncan Rixu'mi' for convicts 4.'G -;
    and named for :Mr. Coffin, is in Bradford .. n. ral Fur.!. I''t mills ___.__n___ ln.lI, T. Dmihng 1 day! nad irsp .._... Jim! I The box supper at Mrs" 1irhard'slast ;
    county, and \\e should not be be- Can you tell me why inspectors were Road and Krulve huml.' 3'1: mills ____ .: .t _uuh__ 6s: Friday night was a very enjoy Best By Every TestTHCfLOWDAHETALPftODUCBlh
    mil! 46 : .
    line and Forf..itul't"t'nd. I1. D. ernathy r.unIer __ _. S.n
    grudged what advertising there maybe wild for Catts::; ? O.il-t.mJ nir m ___u 4" able affair and a goodly number of
    in the Coffin episode in connectionwith And why were :Socialists: appointed <;' mral 'hw,1 l Fundmills _. 21; .. of H.mpt.m Om-half marl tax -_ lfi."* people had a pleasant. evening. {
    B Crews 1 ds read ins" ___.____ f.On
    the Prohibitionist convention. too instead of real democrats ? Tct.il. 171. nulls ___on ____h
    Was it design or accident ? I'm begin- Furtheronlt;>red that the county .on Thcmas Lumln u __ _n_ _u. _',.ors! the new church at Lake Cutler is- now ':
    K. Dowlmir Su.. lii'.. for convicts __ \.1.\'
    mg: to small some rats. of the amount levied i> preparing the and it is.
    Hehenston has bought the : 0 per cent H Ilmvlinir Fadin; convicts ______ 2220 program MANUFACTUREHETAL
    R. L. That election was for us alone and not the state for occupation and I!. lUiling Pavf Cnitdin ._ Uu fi".1I1I hoped 10 have our State Seoretaiv ;
    :Macclenny Standard.! Iro.! Heh'en- B rVi\\"linir !'.tY for convict guards ._ !,ft no.
    jther but*.
    for those : sional licenses for the year 1010. asd Evangelist, Homer F. Cooke, to |
    and the B powlinir Discharging 4 convicts __ IJ.ml
    ston: is a live newspaper man .F Levy of the several sub-school R. Dovlntr Sunplito fur Convicts .. 5.15 :, hold a two weeks meeting preceedingi i CfLlNGSCULVjERTS.SHINpS
    results of his efforts to work up advertising that drummer n Powlmir do 1.J'l
    Can'ou tell me why trios for the year 19H-, as .hUnu the dedication and continue at least a
    where his predecessors & Knivht tmfor\ mules fi".J" I
    patronage only pretends to sell his ware. Xo. 1 ----------------------3 __n_ week after dedication. While details
    watched R Sum nrrs Sj"iplu for Convicts :11 b:; t
    have failed, will be And go around with wild-eyed spiel, X0. :2 ----------------------3 I and I'liams!' do .__ __ _._- l0i' are not yet complete it is hoped that AND
    a with interest the brethren. AveryG. \. Durdrn Feed for mulrs and OTHER
    by he airs supplies | -
    while in village and town Xo. :3 __--------------------3 for convicts .__ 4.5.04Total that the meeting ly Bro. Cooke may
    in mak- -
    succeeded -
    Powell, who has::; His wonderful idea of right and wrong Xo. 4 ----------------------3 begin in early September and that we fT METAL
    the Standard one of the most _....
    ing will remainas -how little he knows or l'ares- Xo. ;5 __-_________-_________3 Outstanding.u Indtbtfdnm Fund 1 M7" I may be able to hold the dedication BUILDING
    in Florida,
    quoted papers And praise that Alabamians' scheme Xo. 6 ________-_____-_______3 O. Ti-on InVrest on scrip nh- "_,5n service on the fourth Sunday in Sep 9

    associate editor. We wish them and never a democrat spares.Can Xo. 7 ______________________3 Metal Products Co do 'h_ 2.201: ,I tember. Bro. Cooke is a splendid WPlTC TODAY MATERIAL AND SPECIAL(

    both success. Xo. 8 _____________________-:3 Total h __ .uu___ "_:7.51 [I speaker and all who hear him will CATALOGUES QUOTATION ..

    you tell me why sore-heads shout Xo. 9 ______________________3 Drainage Fund enjoy his sermons and the fine spiritof I JACKSONVILLE. .. .ru -
    Hume Life Insurance Co Interest :3'A5:
    One class: of unsung heroes are and all of the "guardeens brag Xo. 10 ______________________3 Fine and Forfeiture Fund the man as well.Mr. -.

    those who believe that for the sake Of the wonderful brain that preacher Xo. 11 ____________-________3 B 1) nmark DeKennv prisoners to

    of being "well informed" "abreastof has-that political scalawag, Xo. 12: ----------------------3 Reform B Denmark School Guard._ __at__ _jail__hn.'U u______ :32 20.110: 2i I : B. :M. ogling has improved Delicate WomanIs

    the times," they must read all the Who came from another state down Xo. 13----------------------3 J. I'. Tomlmson County physician 417 I his home on :Main street and now has

    European war news in the daily pap here with his filthy carpet bagFilled Xo. 1-1 ______________________3 B 'Denmark Telephone Fetdinv Co hone pri-nnem rent 00 ____ 10150 541 a cozy looking residence. There is

    ers. Wasted time! In the absenceof chock full of fraudulent schemesour Xo. 15 ______________________3 .\. Gardiner Case Fred TaW.h__ :2''* I many more houses in town that wouldbe

    large-scale maps, ignorance of the political field to drag. Xo. 16 _____________________3 F W. Williams Biillimr Con-t Wit do do---------------5.0. n.n___ 11: .4i: greatlyimproved with a coat of Truly Grateful

    pronunciation of the names of the Xo. 1 j ___________________-_3 ::; -0. \. Gardiner Can Sam Inuram n 111 I paint.

    places, and the conflicting reports Can you tell me why any: Baptist:; Xo. 1R _____________________3 (') .1 Presley. Johns Wit Con
    coming from London Berlin Paris, would prefer that scheming man Xo. 19 ________::____________3 ..i i. r.off do _un___hU______ 1.00 Lake CIty.
    futile undertaking To decent member of the church !,, Roberts .1,. __ ________ 10.1 II Miss Lillie Colson will leave Wednesday For Stella! Vitae
    and Petrograd it is a I. a Xo. :20 _____________________3 y .nn -
    f B. Pfs Juror do __u______________ 1.011
    to try to keep up with the war. who honorably also ran. Xo. ---------------------:1: I. Nash do uuu__________ 1."" i for Atlanta, where she will '

    When listening to a discussion of the. For the same high office on an honorable Xo. :22: ---------------------3 T. Jones do -.__ _u _nnUU__ I.on !I spend several months. j'j'I

    war carried on between a couple of. plane, with no plan Xo. :2): ---------------------3 : enJm.d C. Scarboroiijrh|i> _._do __nnu___ 1.110 1.on I Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drippers are Irg. Parade Frazier of

    such "well informed" men, each having Of detectable fraud, doubtful tricks; No.l _______ ____________ __3 .. n nmnrk In unnn_n____ _______n 1.f>n happy over the arrival of a tine boy 1 view, Tex., A ho had bl'eun ng'l

    his own way of pronouncing the pray tell me why if you can ? Xo. :25: __ ___ ._ __-_______ __ _3 II .V Denmark Gardintr do Cas__-Chas___uu E\_\'_t-ey____._._ 1 2.15 11: I that arrived last Friday. s i I health heartfelt for letter two years in bdi-lfcf, w r.tes

    foreign names, one is tempted to believe Xo. 2i'; _____..__ ____________:3 ; 0 .1. lard m'r Care Jim FitltU.! nn 3': Mr. J. X. Cain and family have re- great preparation: f cr wimen.
    he is listening to a couple of Lake Butler. Fla. D. McDonald.: Xo. 27 ---------------------3 B nma-k In uunuun____ I.'O ,;i'; turned from Georgia, where'the have : ; I
    .' "I, J. John- W':.t do h_ _____hU___ 1."0 ( 1 have taken a few bottles STELLA:
    lunatic:; Xo. :2S _____ __ __ __ __________3 Camrrn'i .1.> __ ___ __.___u______-_ 1.on ,I been spending Fom time with relatives j VITAE and am r.owatro-t well fro::i a
    A NIGHTMARE FOLLOWING THEH.NQt'ET And it further ordered that II R..i"erts luror do uhun__ 1.00 ,.. and friends. I' lonirsi gecf s::kne- 1 carnot saytoo ,:
    was I much for ths wonderful meine.. I hid
    F. f.t.t do -- --- nnU I
    still wild and ? ((5); ) milts on the dollar be levied I 0 Fralick do -_-_ u__-_.- hn_ I.III'j l; :Miss Myrtle Blair of :\Iacclenn ', I I taken other ferw'e d-ches f I'frorea! "'
    Florida wooly "
    ; Is school bonds for special: district I I. William, ,b-------------------- Loll) is visiting her friend, :Miss :Marger- I with no good re ut! .. Ian truly: rrati'ul :
    :Mr. Hodges think it necessary that I I C Mi.inmir do _._hU______ 1.IiO I for the good Stf'Za! t'itse hcr."np1"1''e.'' i
    to make ( With apoligies to William Shake-I 3, known as Starke Sub-School I. Vi-h d- -.. -- _unn uite Duncan. HBStAliALEElSTELLA IL\l1ER. .,
    his "Roamer"carr guns I and the Chef.) trict and five (5)) mills on the ... A. liaMinor "a>e John :Monroe __ 1.1.11'1 Miss. Lillie Colson spent a few days I i VIT AE -ar.KrwI ,
    fishermen obey the law; two men have spere Denmark <'.n ____ __________ ''
    -- -- of this week with her 1I
    _. been killed by panthers in West Florida Scene: Mess Hall. Time: 6:20 a. m. for school funds for special B. Sapp Wit do __._____nn______ 200 grandfather, )lr.1 If you are n'Jt beceCu d rith! the
    district Xo. :22: known-as Raiford I Cameron lo _._n_ _nhunU___ 1.0* J. J. Cokon, of New River. first bottle, your manly back if ;;
    ; a skipper was awakened one night Thrice the watchman made his rounds ______ IMO ,
    school district and five ((5)) mills 1.2)R. I. Nash n nhnUUn :Mr. G. W. Ball was visiting last 'I I you want it. Do rot delay. Begin
    by some: big varmint that growled at !I Thrice the :Mess Hall bell has rung, the dollar for school funds for B .1.Denmark Gardiner do Ca n.e_ _D.___Brockinjrton___________ 2'::1.11" Sunday. at Xew River with :Mr. D. W. taking it now. At your dealers'in ;

    t him and intimated he wanted to eat The Chef calls out "Tis time! Arise::; J. Johns Wit do nnn.U__ lion Kellej: $1 bottles.THACHER. ,
    \ f him; the cows in Starke threaten to I school district Xo. :?3 known as Roberts do nUnn_______ 1.001 I ;
    : scavenger'' Butler sub-school district, and five ( ) Canvron do u__U "u-___ 1 1'I(i :Mr. Dan Terrell has returned to I I' MEDICINE CO., ,
    take the job away from the Round about the caldron go mills the dollar for school B Denmark do _. __unnn__ 1.On Jacksonville, after spending several CHATTANOOGA, TENS.SANITATION : .
    by devouring the garbage and stray In the breakfast. hash well throw on ... .\. Gardiner Case RoM Stone __ 2.ft" with his I) I 1
    I bits of Macclenny hog for sub school district Xo. 23: ... .\. Gardintr Case \Vilev Jones ? 1.i" days parents. i....IIl1III' MiiiT 1t'7aa JJ&jJ &Q
    4 paper; a Salmo", sage, asparagus Lawtesubschool: district.It I B Denmark Case Robt Stone __n II.!!;i .
    l kidnaps a child; in Ocala a 'gator I In a boiling, pulpy muss.Beef as R. Denmark Case Wil l.y Jones nn ;2'.15! '| -- -- --- I
    1 walks into editor's and was further ordered by the '-a R-dd-h Wit do __________n____ :-4"I
    sanctum a'
    an and that's laid in brine I
    ', pork that X. D. Wainwright, tax a K. Davis do ___unnn-Uh___ 24-1
    ( headline in a recent issue of the :Mia I Days and nights full nine times nine. E. Torodelo .u.u.hnn____ -40:

    Metropolis: : "Stump in Pared ; of said county of Bradford I ... P-"kins t'o _______________uu n
    l says Corn bread ;grits and navy beans::;, and carryout in the different G Sibley! lu:'or ,Ir. ----_______--_ 1.flrt
    Street Cause of Accident. The I I
    Boiled potatoes okra, greens, I R. Brjan do uuunuuu__ 1.0
    latest is a band of determined citi- I Liver of swine and heart of ox, I the millage hereby levied for the F. Fortner do _______ -_ t.,..,. 4
    and benefit of each of the \ H. Roberts b--------------------- 1"""
    zens of Tallahassee::; serving notice to I Green tomatoes hard as rocks. I.. Thomas do ___ ______un.n_ 1.fll
    leave on men hiring laborers to go Double double toil and trouble funds for the year 1916( against B. Rolrt. lo -_uhunU__ inn
    Xorth. the real estate and personal .A. Gardiner Case .\. "indll'n -' .'* J
    Fire bum and caldron bubble, R. Denmark do un.unn__ 2f*
    Throw in salt and fill the orders, owned by and L. Thomas '.\"it do __unnn____ 14-1
    in said county, also the millage 1. Gardiner Ca.- .\. Reed u. _u :' -5
    RAISE SHEEP Breakfast hash for :Mess Hall levied for school bonds of the B. Dinmark do _0. nu_ __.__ :Run
    boarders. Cameron Wit do nnhUUn__ 100
    sub-school districts above '" r Rolierts do.. --__. _-- ___.___ ."0
    E. B. Gainesville; Alligator. And it was further ordered by R. Bryan Juror do uh__ ________ litO
    The cattle of Bradford county are L. Nash do ______ __ 100
    -- --------
    sold off much faster: than they increase board that a drainage tax of 30 H. Roberts do _- --_--__----__-- 1.00 -HH
    I tie remains the Read the Bradford County Tel*- per acre for the year 1916 be \ Cowan do __ ..__ __nU_-_ 1 no 1i
    yet pasture L. Co"art I.. --- uuuhn_- 10'
    same. On account of the ever extend- graph-the home paper.COMMISSIONERS upon the lands embraced in the Vhemathy do _______________00_ 1.0"
    Starke Drainage District. I I A. Gardiner Cav Alex Mack n__ :J 45
    the wild improve
    ing drainage pastures B Denmark .lo uhu.n.n_. 2.lii
    year after year, water is n\'er' And it was further ordered that i I A. Gardiner Case M. Moody -n_- 2.11:
    I MET A tG. TTH D. Wainwright, tax asssseor of B. Denmark do ._________________ 14i
    far distant and shelter from the sun .
    ;". I. ) Lumber Co Lumber at jail _. -.511
    is abundant. Why not use our Bradford county calculate and 0 Let and do ,
    us figure Latest
    tensive pastures for sheep ? If E.'X-I) (Continued From Page 1.) out in separate colums the 30 Total ----_--_--____.__ ____ --_ :\411.13 your Plumbing- ,

    eral owners clubbed together and pauper roll and paid ?2 per month. per acre for the uses and benefit The board adjourned until the first n and most up-to-date methods.

    hired a herder the flocks would be I Tax Assessor, X. Wainright, filed the East Starke Drainage District in September, 1916.
    on all lands embraced in said W. T. WEEKS, Good Plumbing insures the best Con-
    safe and would flourish. A more or' with the board total assessment of Sanitary
    I Clerk and Auditor.
    less large fraction of the wool from Bradford county for the year 1916, as owned by individuals or l
    The ditions. Tining and general
    each sheep, depending on the size of follows: following scrip was repairing. 4
    the flock, would pay for its care and : Value of real rotate ------1. I'i.5:5.\O! and scrip ordered drawn for LAKE BUTLER NEWS ITEMS .
    Value of personal property _. Sin*.465.Ort Pauper AHowaneeMary I I
    the balance would be clear
    profit.CVf I Value of railroads and firaplt: E23re 5.00/ Ward ...--.--.--..-._.__..____ (Continued From Page 1.) II I
    t--- Martha Gatlin _..-.........-.-....-__ Id
    Total .13.122.U15.p0: > Nancy Conner ________________________
    DULL TIMES EXPENSIVEWhy I Ii Th.I'ld..t being published accord.DC to law Mary Brooks _n_____________________ .]:1, three sons and two daughters, 4
    was rexistd for the several diurrftit funds as Vine Pvess ______________________. a host of friends. The dear old
    I follows : Er\'n HifTfrinbotram: nnnUU..n : Jackson have the
    Estimates of expenses General Fund for the '..''n McLennon _______.______________ : and Mr.
    have dull seasons ? :Must not fi-fal year ending September 3f>lh. 117. Mr Breeze ________________.._u_____ ( of :he entire community.Mrs. .1
    men buy necessaries !in the summeras i I i a's-v of Clerk of the Circuit Court as Amanda Thomas _____________________ 1
    !|I County Auditor anj Clerk to County Lee Crosby __________________________
    well as in the winter, and are not r i, Commissioners _JJftii.fin\ Emetine Griffis _____________________ [ King Entertained.Mrs. '
    the merchants: expenses as great during Per dim and mileage i of eommi .ione Caroline Griffis _______________________ "
    !I ,. -_ _-------_--h---_---.i--- /\5" ".-.j 'drs. D. M McKnight _____________n_ : Susan Kin delightfully- j
    dull times in flush times ? A
    as .Attorney for County Comtit-sjont-rs.! 10.001| C. J. Campbell _n________________..- fe'.v of the people .1I
    f merchant would laugh! at a farmer 5ur.r.i-n-nf i l't'"i.t/1lt ___ 121 snI : Banner P>'al _______________________ ,'I a young .1t
    who cultivated field where the plants I I I I Repair to t'ountyluildinJls :- i I Sallie! Starline _____________ _________ her home :Monday evening in hon-
    6 a Court hou-e and jail u.uUu In0,001, Wade McKmpht ____________________ of Miss Kathlen Jackson, of Tam- i-l
    :, were too scattered to pay for his Furniture and fixtures for: I I.iz7ie Willis! _________________________ I I M Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. O
    work. Yet the merchant who !I i Court. 'nose .' __________-- :!" ).II/I Rufus Jackson _______________________ ::1
    pays I I:. _? _-. 1"in'miExpenxs Mrs. X Ft Newman ___u____________ I I :Music b:1 Victrola way rendered ; ,
    I store rent an ] clerk hire and keepsa of county 1>uildinls1' :- Martha Runrs 00______________________ I i'. and after "
    delivery wagon during these times'i T" ', \ ,,-Vr ktttndanu 2 \n.f.nLiitrt Susan K.-l'ey: _n___________________.. i the evening The Happy Home Builders"Be
    furl and water :5'i."<> Wm. Lang ____________....___________ f\ enjoyment, together with the
    \ ..I when buyers are few and far between -,,, !n-':' 'no.' _.u.unn 2 (i fiflCa L. L. Hainan ________________________ '! delicious refreshments
    acts! just as foold., hly. The.. .-* w. t I I V.lowance: mad to augers* outside ofpoorhoue I Joseph Bryant ___...________________ Fened. Mrs.[ ::; King was assisted
    remedy for dull times is advertising.Most __________________n____:SiVtftTt : ,II> I.ii'ne; Hunter ................__...___ entertaining fd serving by Mrs '
    of our people do not live from C-- rroiHo's' :_ I W J. Cli?; on __.-_.-..______________
    hand mouth bi.t have rof rT:<* -'. jurrrs and witnc '.f ],II' n0I: Rachel Taylor _______________________ : N. Stanton. The guests! invited
    k to moneylaid !"- >-t: : i..n'"ri.s- I riuabt-th Hunter ___________________. Mis-es Lillie Colson!, Annie
    by, which they will spend if properly r. s nr oPirrr a'11 crnmittocs IV rll' Florence! Holtcn ______________________ -
    induced to do Tell them through Ft-" "'..mra-1 rrntiru'- I I, C. Kox -__________________________ : Kathleen' Jackson, Edna Ep
    so. 'i r '1,1 t i the Telegraph your seasonal offers'and : r.I.t. bmks ____.. ___ ____ 2.inns; I barren Hersey __-____________-____ -r
    they will come and buy. We ', -.:<:n? r.--it.ro.l by law and paid I :Mr!'. E. C. Crews and daughter ___ H. Lee, D. T. :MiGill. F. M. Town-
    | !.I' bv roan" '-_._ __?_ 3V ,N Th.ck00.1 ----_--___________- _--_ S. D. Carver and H. F. Stan- Z. MATTHEWS
    have let'n so often r.ssurrd of the evoollence r -- ..,??!< raId to otTieu"I, I I Thomas IHa! _______ ___________?___.
    .. cf thu riper a; an adverIa Tae r-cr sor ___ ___leaiittT. :Martha VVlUrscn ____________________ .
    ..- nl'.cto-- __ .-00-1 00nftTV'V title Scott .__ ...
    tising medium that vve- have ro hes- <"-'ui. root- ncorJ.n: 11'1.1'I Iv ; 1-nac C'a'k -.==== -. ::::::=:==:====: ;: Artesfan \JVell Driller !

    itarcy: : about reocmrrrding: such a mral court work__ __.1""t ,WT : Leonard Altman _. .__ ,.____________._ : : In Honor of Miss Jackon.Mrs. lI
    >..... -*," l'( jlt'CtH'n __ fnlOO' :\"v.'Ma" Chi'dr! ________________ ___ (
    \ ( nurse for th" pror.wto:1'of: trade.! **" -.f.'i frr cont.r.irencKa uuhnuu,s ___n____ nn l. nl 1 :V-s. IV'er ram. ntH __n.hn.- Howard N. Stanton entertain I have had tx\enty-fo'jr years cxjerience: in
    & Every ore of cur merchants has gi\ e.i Wm. \\"aiiM. E"ctn-t a Curial tauter most delightfully at her residence:

    ; To'al .-_ .______]n,3co: ,n' V!'.ry H-noVs ._ --.___--_____--__ : from i
    h thinks ; Lake 4 to
    it us proofs that :? cdverts:: street, Tuesday >
    Well dri 1 1'
    in Florica
    . Fsti-rnt cf Stat ..
    e\insrs Krai Fund for the j I Hardy r*e-a; for 1 month i ng 1,
    ': valuable; at timo Why hoUJ it 'ral yea: endine- Sep+tmher "i, 1117 : I I lEdwarde: _..' _____ ___.__ m.. at a porch part in honor of t -

    I.. J I rr*. thc:', be vsltrl at all time ? Pad mv-vrtVn to cojr.'y.ccrnn-Mcners__;________for_ ._roaJ h._ 35900'!I! T-tal ___nn ._nuuhun__ 15 attractive guest, Miss Kathleen I guarcnte: to sil'sfack fly co.rp/c/c ell f fr
    If you cannot ,:!ford to spend somencr.cy r.'n't-tt"'on and ma'ntenan-e of real- General Fond of Tampa. The wide veran-

    draw trade in slack times, and tridi+ ------------------------ f!. M. rWmir Com as Tat Coll_____ -c were lovely with ferns and posted .
    ta VKI of mst<,ral: _. _h. __i-ii inT I .* I.. VVIlla-ns Janitor ______________ CONTRACTSI J
    you cannot afford to pay store rent .*.I!ls a"d mact>:'<<'-v. ccft ant rf-t'r.. T"1 'n II & W B Drew Co Blanks etc for ?, mingled w th cut flowers. The

    It" and the other expenses required tot I.ixe ft->cV. t'O't and are and feedin"._ oral ''> Coun'y Jude ____________00________ : taLl w wreathed in fern, I Faiford
    'VM '>- f-f Jaho-. r her than triads! "i-" II H. 4 W. B. Drew Co Elan's! for Sheriff! : :-: Flonda
    conduct estatlishrert. Try was presided over by Mrs. Ollie ( :
    your : ray of comict pcard. .l'e1 '
    .. -- I (HO. \. Gardiner Inquest Vtrnon Sapp .
    wish be J'y and car cf convicts on mats:')''."1Te '! '. Aft'r all assembled! tally i ,
    advertising us co :-
    , some i Jnctb J. Johns do --___ _._--______--__
    ">! 'rt rn n-connt (>f d'schar- e coni I
    \' r.ced that it will pay you. ... ..-. I. _.... -_- -_ C. rot M. J. Sapp Wit do ____ ____nonon ? -were i"--ed. and a series off' ?

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    I Mrs. Dirt, of Fernandina, wa3 visiting CARD OF THANKS ini{[++++F#+++++++++#++ HE OPTIMISTIC 1
    :Mrs. D. W. Alvarez last Friday. "

    We wish to express our sincere: \AitheChurchesl Here (;sold News-for Starke Residents
    Special Sale on Men's and Boy's \
    Bits :
    of LocalInformation thanks and appreciation of the help
    Palm Beach pants at Stump's.Mr. and sympathy offered by the peopleof IIHH ++++*+*+++++++++*+* r I I _

    the Ry lander the BAPTIST
    D. W. Moore, his mother, Mrs.J. community during Have you pain in the small of the i
    sickness and death of
    our darling
    w H. :Moore, daughter Miss Daisy, There wll: te regular services at lack
    I ICMeHrfthei and nephew, Aubrey R. Moore, have baby, Inez. Sincerely, the Bait church :!lnday.ugu t Headaches, dizziness and lervousspells
    Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Merritt
    0. ?... .. menu ..I I 20th, 11 .t. m. and T:.'J p. m., by the ?
    ,..."I. IrI ... C..." r...... I gone on an automobile trip to North Raiford, Fla. pastor, Jjd: -r W. G. Law. All cordially Are you languid, irritable and :

    II Georgia to visit relatives. They will l invittd to attend. weak? ,
    i be away al'out ten days. Annoyed by ur.nary disorders?

    .rA Don't de5'pair-pr..tit by Starke ex
    L. A. Hayes and family have mov-J Try R. W. Mills for your fruit. I Special Sale on Ladies' high grade The well on Roadmaster S. A. periences.

    ed to Wildwood. slippers-$1.49 at Stump's. Bryan's premises on Water street, I Sunday School at 10 a. m., Morning Starke people know Doan's Kidney :
    I L. C. Powell was a visitor to ihe'i which had for years afforded a copious !j prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Pills-have used them-recommend y

    II W. M. Parker, of New River, was; metropolis Wednesday. Messrs. Joe Canova and Willie supply of pure, cool water, has 11. M. Fryer, Rector. them. i

    , in to"nIonda '. Stringfellow, former Starke boys, vis- "gone dead." It seems to be a complication Here's a Starl.e resident's state-

    l'. 1) Miner, the jeweler, was in ited relatives here this week. of troubles, broken injector, Read the Telegrap -$1.50 a yeat ment:
    )Ir. C. H. Si trunk is spending! his JacksonvilleV'ednesday.. leaky tubes awl empty tank. The vein 1v.C.. Bai.-den, Starke; sa"I rued

    vacation in Georgia.1tn. ; Rev. N. T. King, formerly of that supplied the well were cut : + + + + 4-F + + + + + + + + + + ;: D an's Kidney Pills about four

    i I II I J. F. Hazen, of B'okwas a business Hampton, now of Tampa, was an ap- through when the deep' sewer trenl'!) 1| + LEGAL NOTICES + ,I years ago for kidney complaint. They I

    A. D. Andrews, of Raiford | visitor to Starke Saturday I II preciated caller at our sanctum was dug. The well! will probably net + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + did me a world of good, curing all

    was: in Town Tuesday.C8ii i I Thursday.Mrs. have a "come back," as the water c all NAMES STRICKEN OFT i I symptoms prompilj. :My back was
    Special Sale on Men's and Boy's follow the line of least resistance: and Notice 's hereby given that at a imttinir <>t strengthened and I felt better }in every !, .

    ;: C. Hfitereer, of Theresa, Palm! Beach suits at Stump's. II W. B.: Ryals and sons, Messrs. creep along the outside of the sewer the Town Council held August Uth. lain i' way." y
    )lonJa '. pipe to Alligator creek. Captain the following' n.in.ts w..nlricJ..n irum th.nvtlration .< Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't '
    was in town j i Thomas and William Ryals, or Jack- boo'- a
    L. E. Jordan, of the Young Trading I somille, hpent last week with Mr. and Bryan will have to either drive the .\l\arrz. A. B. rtmoved.Carter simply ask for a kidney l'em'Jy-get

    M. Leviton has returned home from Co., had business in Jacksonville Wed Mrs B. C. Willis.Irs.: Willis is I pipe deeper or else install city water. Kdvia-iK. J.Ike C. remoifd.Koaltr. deceased., Doan Kidney Pillthe same that

    his trip to New York. nesday. Mrs. Ryals' daughter \\'. N. do Mr. Baisden had. Foster Milbum Co.,
    DEATH OF HAROLD STRICK Maier Duck doIrierMin.
    Props., u
    I o:0:
    W. J do
    Mrs. F. D. Wainright made a tripto Postmaster L. B. Hitch, of Raiford, Eugene Finley and John Murrhee LAND I| Mrrell.V.. A. do I:' :
    was transacting business in Starke I II. Diminvway., T. F. do Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up Systemi
    Jacksonville Monday.Contractor have returned from Neal, after having I
    .lol.n.E. It. .1.!
    I > i The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. a
    Monday brought a dl'oor work oxen to S. L. The little ;3-year old son of Mr. and Kite. Re.It. do I I i|,I GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC dries out
    J. R. Tison was in Jacksonville ----- Alvarez's tie camp there. :Mrs. George; Striikland died Monday Mmtt. C. L. jo I Malariaenrichestheblooit.and builds up the sys .
    Mutt. R. L. do
    Monday on business.S. Hub--'I)-Ti.mntiseptisnodyne morning, July 23rd: of cholera in- I I MattoR.. P. JoMas.ey. tem. A true tonic. For adults- and children. SOc.SEABOARD .. .
    -Kills pain, stops putrefaction.Mrs. Mr. J. C. Robinson and family left fantum and buried af- C. F. titc was i
    Tuesday ( J. T. lot a citizen + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
    H. Thompson: of the Woodlawn Thursday for a ten day's trip to Savannah ternoon at the Kingsley cemetery.: Rev ]i Rtavts. J. T. re-no\td. + + t\
    Park section, was in town TUI' 'da}'. E. F. Pomtroy and little son, and neighboring places in L. W. Kickliter conducting the obse- j I Ri..Irn. J. R. Jo + TIME TABLE. + .

    I of Jacksonville, are guests of Mrs:.J.M. Georgia, to visit relatives and friends. quies. The little grave was covered ||I Sparkman.Rob.non: J.J.E.J. do deleased.Sai 1 + -- + t. '.
    T. B. Browning, of the Wateroak : Mitchell. with beautiful wreaths of flowers, )>. J. B. removed. + New time table takes effect + .

    t section, had business; in Starke Tues- :' Friends of Mrs. L. C. Ray will be brought by loving hands. :Mr. and I tt Smith.itkou.ki L. J.B. Jo K. d.. I + 12:01: a. m., Sunday. May :!S. '1C + j
    day. :i i Miss Marie Livingston was a weekend glad to know that she is steadily improving Mrs. Strickland thank the many I Wamriiht. J. A. doWarren. + Trains will arrive in Starke as + '

    I i guest of Miss Ella-May Long at after a serious illness in the friends who assisted them during the Williams., J.Xat L. do do I + follows: +

    F. F. Stump has teen, at Inverness, Kingsley lake. Morton Plant Endowed Hospital, of illness and after the death of their I The Council will be ir GerMon Friday niuht. I + --- + '

    where he has a branch store, during'r Clearwater. little one, and to all for the sympathy September I>t. 1:116: at ; :3Q clock: to restore + Jacksonville to Tampa + ;

    the week. No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. I extended to them in their bereave- any stricken names from tlal the may reparation hate been hook erroneously *t \o. 1 _.11:14 p. m. + I

    'I It is the most speedy remedy we know. SMALL: FIRE SUNDAY ment. I C. A. Ft'TCH. + No. 3 _____ __ ___10:40 a.m. + t'I I

    Miss Emma Powell visited Miss A Friend.CEMETERY Town Clerk. + No. :0 __._ 2:52 1 p. m. + "
    ; :Mr. Mrs. Julian Peek have re-I! '
    Matthews last week T T
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    Florence "
    Sunday forenoon at 10: ,0 alarm Sic months after date I will the
    turned to town after a stay of \ present to "1
    + Jacksonville Cedar + j
    Kin sley lake.C. I| was given for a fire in the Von Kirn : NOTICE Hun. (;t'(>. A. 'Gardiner as County Judge (>f to Key
    i I weeks at Kingsley lake. I Ilradfurd county. Florida my touchers and i j i + No. 15 _.. _. 5:04 1'. m. *
    cottage on Broadway street, south of final! account Vimmi.-tratru of the e>'uie + ......- +
    Rowand the ofRowand's
    A. proprietor Mrs. J. I). MtCormick and Miss the old jail, but when the firemen arrived All persons interested in the NettRiver of S..1. Sltrnliurp. late of Bradford county. j .
    : + Tampa to Jacksonville + 1,1
    Caf, was in Jacksonvilleon r'orda. d'c.-.I and ask to "be dts-charx-l J i
    the flames had already been extinguished church cemetery are requested ,
    Dora Clark, of Wateroak, werei.i.I ) it- such Admini.tratrix.This + No. 2 4:54 a. m. + ,
    business; Tu3sday. (1 tors to Starke Monday by Ben Johns, who occu- to meet there on Thursday, the :24th the 15th day of August 1916. I I IANT.1E I --- I
    I + No. 4 _. 3:42p.m. + ii
    I pies the building with his family. I inst., with suitable tools for cleaning I 1 \
    of the estate of S. J. Il'rn- ,. + No. 10 (Limit5:51) p. m. + ') ,
    J. E. Maines, Jr., who has been visiting : Mrs. II. L. Burton and children, of I The fire was caused by sparks from up the ground and repairing fences. burg dtciased. M3m '' + -- +
    Hollis has returned --- ------ -- -
    Lake Knight Butler., to Arcadia, are guests of Mrs. T. XI| the kitchen chimney, which set afire Bring full baskets. for dinner on the Hardy Sweat, oho, three months + Cedar Key to Jacksonville +
    his in
    Limbaugh I: at Kingsley lake. the partly decayed shingles. The grounds. ago had! his leg broken in three places ,, + No. 14 .-. 97a.m. + r'
    I doe not spring from the
    chimney ; + +
    in a accident, is now able ---
    For several days this week, Miss of the roof but from the lower CARD OF THANKS I runaway '
    No 666 will Malaria Bilious peek I + +
    cure j to walk about on crutches, and his Wannce/frains .
    Lois Peek was the truest of Miss Su- I'I'I
    side of the roof the south side andis
    p I Foer._ It kills the germs. | on many lends hope that he will soon' + (Daily Evrojit Sunday) *
    sie Darby, at Kingsley lake. \\ 1'bh to extend thanks to all
    i not high enough for the sparks to
    1 have the full! use of his leg again. + No. 101 Leaves Etarke 6:4;: a. m. +
    Mrs. H. H. McCreary, of Gaines clear the roof. A slight breeze was i I those who :so kindly assisted: : us during + No. 104 arrives Starke 2:45: ; p. m. +

    J. Alderman pent the fir.-t of the ville, was a week-end guest of Mrs. blowing from the southwest at the the sickness and after the death of + + + + + .vtCLASSIFIED+ + + + + + + + + + + T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent. +

    week in Lake Butler with his parents, : J. M. Alvarez at Kings lake. I time i hence the Occident. But little lour little daughter. Especially do we '' + + + .r +

    Mr. and Mrs CI. W. Alderman. I damage was done. thank Mrs.. GliMn and Mrs Tillis. ADVERTISING + + + + f + + + + + + + + + + +

    Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Donnelly.| I...... :
    Mrs. J. L. Frazee, of New York,
    Mrs. R. A. Barbour and children and Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez, of this I TO HI CATTLE + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + tax-Fos, A Mild, Effectta: uxatlve& Liver Tonic
    haw returned home to Jacksonville, DEATH OF MRS. HEIBERGER; Does Not Gripe nor Bsturb the tt i11acIJ.
    city, are guests of Mrs. J. M. Alvarezat t
    FOR S.-\LE-\lout :20 head of meat
    after visit with Mrs. Angie St I In addition other
    a rn- to 'properties, LaJ-: Fog f
    Kingsley lake. Rev. J. A. with of i hogs. D. force 3 Starke.lt
    burp. I Hornby, a party 'phone contains Cascara Acceptable form, a
    I Laura Louise Boston, wife of Captain -
    helpers, started Tuesday afternoonfor stimulatin Laxative: ?ndTonic. LaxFosacts 9.S '
    I Messrs. G. F. McLeod, 0. L. Mizeil l, i I Paines Prairie with a herd of "!0 R. C. Heiberger, died at the FOR SALE.-Good horse. D. C. effectively and does not: gripe nor: "
    Misses Marie Livingston and Amelia James John of I family home at Crystal Lake, on'': Jones, Starke. 7-14-tf. disturb
    Mott and Hodges, cattle to he pastured for th e winter stomach. At the. same time, it aids
    Ray were guests last week at the Worthington, were business visitors market. The cattle had been bought August 8th, and was buried at Ther- digestion,arouses the liver and secretions '
    Kinsley lake home of Mr. and Mrs.A. to Starke Saturday. essa on the following day. The deceased FOR SALE.-Good milch cow, three- and restores the healthy functions. SOc. ,
    here there in the of >
    I II vicininty
    fourths with fine heifer calf .___
    \ Long. I is survived by her husband j Jersey, J'
    Starke. :Mr. Hendry ownes a large and five children. S-ll-St J. W. WHITE : .1 lOKMC..!+f4g.g+80 r. ;+?. ;
    I Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm farm, including 400 acres of fine pas
    Mrs. I). W. Clark and little son, .. .,
    Mrs. Heiberger:; a daughter of ( : < ,
    Beach suits at Stump's.I ture at Paine Prairie, a few miles i FOR S-\LE-Klondrke strawberryplants
    Jack, have returned to Jacksonvilleafter i )11' and Mrs. W. K. Boston. and
    southwest of Gainesville. He and was ] bed, or thousand. W. A. I J. R. Davis I .
    visiting her grandmother, Mrs I and :Mrs J. II. Ritch and Mr. ;i Attorney D. E. Knight, of this city, j i born, at the Boston homestead near ;, Bessent, Starke. 8-11-tf N .
    J. R. Alvarez. I land Mrs. Sinclair Peek are at they I now have this pasture well stocked i 1 I Worthington Springs, on November _

    Peek cottage, Kingsley lake, for a' with cattle an'l expect to have some j( :GOth:: 1807. After her marriage to FOR RENT-Store room on Call 'f. & Company I; ;
    Elder J. 0. Barnes will preach at 1 I in'I .
    Captain Heiberger she resided
    stay of atveral days. I II prime beef to offer the butchers of street lately vacated by J. S. Brown
    the school house near Henan Williams j i|j Starke for a number of years and has to J.! E. Futch. 84tf.
    I this section during the fall and winter. Apply
    on the first Sunday. Everybody I many friends here who are sincerely I
    i Saturday, Bananas 15 and :20 cents; ; INSURANCE

    invited to attend. j per dozen. Apples :20 and 23 cents, (! EPIDEMIC YIELDS TO COOL i I grieved by the news of her death. FOR SALE-40 acres of good land, :

    j Grapts 5 cents per qt., at R. W. Mills! WEATHER well timbered, near Humphrey's 4 <>
    \V. C. Jones returned to Jacksonville I DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL .. +. ,
    fruit store on the corner. I still, very cheap; also 5-room cot- ) r > I e
    after a vacation spent with his II NEW YORK 14. The tem- .. ..
    I Aug. tage in Starke for sale cheap or Star k Florida
    parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. Jones, |i Messrs.; Homer Limbaugh and Chas.i perature in New York this morning at :i: The little daughter of Rev and Mrs.L. for rent. MRS. R. P. HOFFMAN, e, :-: :

    south of Starke. Ensey and Mrs. H. L. Burton and | (> o'clock was 56 degrees, making it :i A. Donnelly died Sunday, August Starke, Fla. 811.2t '$+!+i"S .. +i. + ..! ..
    I children drove over to Black Point i., the coolest August 14th in the history I C.th: after an illness of only a few ,
    Mrs. J. W. Kessler and children, Sunday afternoon to witness the I of the weather bureau. With the coming hour She was one year and eight SPECIAL R\RGAIXS--O: acres of

    Margaret and Robert, have returnedto dress parade of the Second Regiment. I of the cool wave, the epidemic of months old. Kind friends and medicalaid first-class land; four acres cleared
    Mobile after a week's visit with I i infantile paralysis has materially! decreased could give no relief. and stumped; new wire fence aroundall IF YOU ARE ILL :

    relatives and friends. I there being only thirty-one !I Rev. Donnelly left his little girl three miles north of Starke.
    Special Sale on Men's and Boy'sPalm THIS \\t for YOU' rW r.farlr tw t'r .
    in health
    I deaths and ninety-four new cases. At Saturday morning perfect Very low price if purchased at once.
    Beach at rears 1 have been (J. lO'.lnK: 'my': _
    Mrs. J. F. Car.ova and children pants Stump's.i to attend his appointment at Beulah end energy to I'J trt itm ,rChronlc
    i __ _____ I Ii 11 o'clock the temperature was CD degrees : COMER: L. PEEK & SON, I..as,. ->f ?.1.n and \\.m -'i,
    who have sojurned in Jacksonville for I I and the forecast said it would I church, and was called back home 8-ll-2t Agents. In .$in< Xer. u. i,
    the j genial smile of J. Hampton I when he I':.,.. end !'l.n I' --
    past two months, are expected to net be much warmer during the day. Sunday evening, but reached I I '
    ia-3'i G '1H.': i' : .
    return Starke : Jones is beaming on his many Starke I|I the death been there ; .
    to next week. i I one angel had FOR SALE 46-afre farm within two Itv M 1} tv. "n r t-

    I friends. Mr. Jones now lives at Callahan : A HACKING COUGH WEAKENS and little Blanche was no more.I miles of Starke; will include with tlve a'nvnt. XOX-SUKI'-\T t.f at I "-. f;
    Special Sale i but there is always a warm ta a e-l Tt-'vip p','R.-..
    on Men's and Boy'sPalm THE SYSTEM I the place good pair of farm mules; ... .
    --|U J U'-H <) '
    Beach suits at Stump's. j place in his heart for Starke. Don't suffer with a hacking cough Blanche is gone but not forgotten small bunch of hogs: ; farm imple- as .;. *',.IT fan.llv! .." rde ,
    I To a fair and happy land; ments and including nit care tr 'r .a'. .
    that has weakened your system-get grow.ig crops I I bale been ">irrr t
    Mrs. D. E. Knight and children returned I!j Louis M. Cowgill, of New Orleans ,. a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery Tho our hearts are crushed and enough corn and forage to run the J..on\'lIT. fui the s Art. It 1.I..not',1 that I h1'I I

    home TUf'sdafrom' Lake Butler j traveling inspector for the Mergen- in use over 40 years, and benefitting bleeding, place for a year, sweet potatoes, 11188. been In j....."' nniHnrnntlnoituoly

    where they had spent a few days thaler Linotype Co., was in Starke 1'I to all who use it. the soothing pine I Sometime, some day we'll under- sugar cane, strawberry plants, four Official. ( Irrcyrann since lens'or reliable A k any hue( Ivy. j

    with relatives and friends.Mr. Tuesday to look over the Telegraph balsam with tar heal the irritated air' stand. acres of cotton, and pindars and n...x man, your frtrivl or jour n.-ijh- ..

    typesetting machine. His stay was I I passages-soothes the raw spots, I chufas enough to fatten 25 head of lior.If you appreciate such pkll u t I

    and Mrs. -\\1. Pettit and short, for he found the machine 0. KI: loosens the mucous and prevents rack. Our sweetest flower, God hath taken, meat hogs. Place is located adjacent you have coniult to offer.me I fe"'1.; either he o-'ad In to p, nO1 ova

    children, of Alachua, have been guests I I!! ing the body with couching.Kind's Dr. I To us, the one most pure and fair: to best stock range in this sec or by mall. : f. I

    during the week of Mr. and Mrs. J. (). E. .\h'arez.a" in town Satuc- ': XI'Dicl''ery induces; natural I But this we know, that in his gardenNo I II tion. Will sell for part cash, balanceon Dr. Geo. L. Pickerson ,

    W. Andrews, Sr., Mrs Pettit's parents I day and brought along a liberal samj sleep and aids nature to cure you. 2 I weeds or tares are growing there. easy terms. E. Matthews: 111 W Fornyth M.. bpp. U'>srd'LQKIDA.klnre l" nk.JACKSONVILLE. .. .' ,

    :j pie of cotton just picked at his place. I One Who Loved Her. Starke, Fla. 8-4-4t.

    I I Mr. Alvarez says the fleecy staple is HOT TIMES _. ,
    -- --
    Ella Johnson has gone away ona ;, beginning to open and that cotton 1--

    vacation!, but will soon return to picking will soon be the order of the The weather of late has been extremely '

    Starke again. She will visit relatives i day in his section. Nearly all the iI j hot. even at nidt, and our 1 @I@I@r@ @Iti r@I@.j @r@IDIfI : 111]

    and friends in :Middle and Wet ; most persistent: sleepers complainthat t

    Florida. I cot-ton the heat has kept them awake.As .

    I there is not thermometer in i
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    Special Sale on Ladies' high grade ,I Special Sale on Ladies' high grade I i St ;'h! tint we are v.-ili'im to trust ? PLUMBING ?

    slippers-Sl.49 at Stump's. I shippers-S1.49 at Stump's. I we give the readings of the Gainesville 13
    II observations for four days of
    I .t,
    Miss, Bonita Burnsed left Tuesday T.UIPA.-Five hundred acres of this week: ,
    I H. L.
    for Jacksonville! to visit her sister com Manatee county, in one field,
    Mrs M\ S. Jordan. She will aceomIiwpy' ur.dcr one fence and belonging: to one August 13:{ u' -----------.9:1;: W!
    I August; 14 _____-_ ____ __ __ __02, Tl 0 t .
    the firm i is the record date far
    Jordans upto so as i
    on an auto trip to j August l' __ _____ ______ __ __ _01 OH:
    M Miami the East and other Coast. places of interest it i Tampa has been Times.learned, according to the I|( August: 16 -------------------i 74 My Plumbing Department will be in charge q'lH1

    iI This hot. dry weather cause: : the

    Marshal Silas Kite i is anroundrg; I! There is more Catarrh In ,this section: i I Iof for cotton haying.to open rapidly and is ideM ':' an Experienced Plumber, who is a member of the Master

    hr.iself: for re-election. As he has the country than nil! otl er diaea and furfars -
    rut together !it was suppose O
    done his full duty and promptly accounted -.t to I* incurable. Doctors pre WHY ENDURE SUMMER COLDS?
    for monies: entrusted ti him srribi <1 local remedies and by constantlv j Plumbers Association. This is Plumbing Insurance for f| '
    hI' '!1''r''' 't, I fd.lirg to cure with l.t'a1" treatmtnt.pronounced : It i isn't noctsary to have a stuffed you.
    ,, e '!rpolt of Starke \'0'I it im-urablc. Catarrh is a head, running rinse To cough your
    er-- local ilispaso. 1r"atJ1..t1uton'ed l.y con-
    o far he has j
    no opponiT.t.Mr. I
    FT'tutional riiviilo"s: ant tterrfonre- ; fend off as it were. All you need to .
    acres ivnstitufon.il; treatment Hall'* :j' do! i is to use Dr. Bell's Pine Tar-Hon- I Ira .

    lVns JunntordtTt IIf the Cheney catarrh &Cure Co. ToU far.'ificfired,!.'. Ohio, is by a constitutioral F J. I i ey. The soothing and healing balsam i DeWitt C. Jones.

    Horidi l 11\: ion of the Seaboard: J, 1'0'1\1.1 l-, ,-= t.1' en intt-rnV.lv I i onfn the clrg!"d air passage! : and ir I i i'g. ,i ii
    wa ail-I and tlnu tin- HUMB! the Mucous
    accmpa ici by Lis {'( short time relief and start
    get I
    Mr. Bryce L. }):\\'i-, formerly of this ,, Bjrf.ws l'ilar! rewir.l f-f the is t\'I "VTH\I'm. OPS for any Hundred case I I,i a nn the rend to you recovery. Your ro'ops i i i r l( :\j Hcrcicare Paints and Oils. Plumbing and Eleclrc Wiring. i

    city: : passel 1 through! Starke j I t"u TIM''s .vu-i, "'"I"" fv's! M cure. I l less ar.d
    Saturday: | : run-ir.jr. you cough r ii ,
    ti 2ht I Send I ir cur : ; :' I ti-ionials.!
    on the Limited, bound, v.v understand j F. J. CIIEX..T f- ('O.. TIc.;J. O'o.! j\I]i kr.I'I''O'l are gfttircr r-Pt'cr. Get r.j ,IrA.., I . rr1Tt. ;' MV Y i ;

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    points. H.d' Yai.u.y t... e.. \ut;;1t1Jn, 1 left aj a cough and cold insurance. 2 _-4 :'- .: :..& -<- -:. ;.;;: ...". :'L A ::.4.. ...). --

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    NOTICE. NE': of EII ________________________4 Ii 19 4U One Keith _____00_____ 4.41 Lot :3 of Blk :37 in J. 1 Johns add --

    :\\\'ll of NW II ----_------------____ 6 IS 40 Dori" Brin"on _________ 5.H to Starke! ______u________-______________________
    i \P of NE', of :\E'I and XWI, :.": .\ E of Ry in SW. cor of SE',

    a. NOTICE i3 i hereby iwn that the following deserVd lands will be sold at I'ublic Auction of NE'y and \I: of SW'', of \EIH 6 IS SO R. W. Williams ________ 10.13 iif SW'I' bounded X by John's add

    r in tr.tr f ir-t Monday in September. 1:<1';. i it being; the 4th day of aid month before the courthoL.e i SE'' of :\\\11 ______________________1- Ii h 41) Buck Willlam, ____u__ 4,4. I' to Starke, W b>' S. A. L. Ky. S -

    dour: at tari..... in the county of Bradford. State of Florida or so much thereof as will &. uC SE' _______________________! 6 16 110 Henry 'S'eek! _________ 11.103 by Sec line anc E by Church St,

    If nttissary to Pay the amount due for tarts herein set poposite the tame, together with the S'2 of SWII "f WII _0000___________ 7 6 HI 20 J. H. Crawford ________ 1.19NN'4 and lots 9 10 Blk 47 in Starke.U ____ --------------_____ WOham Fisher "

    cc..; t 1 of Blk 1 in L. T. and Co's ---"-- It

    of :\\PI ________________.____ld 6 1141) J. 11. Crawford ________ 5."lNW'4 add to Starke -_- __-__ ---------.--- __ ,In. Sallie
    of 8EI. _______0000 ____________ Lets 1 8 13 14 of Blk 16 'in L. T. Malj-hirs tj,

    SI:: ot EII __ __0000:1: 6 19 1'0 J. W. J0hnun ________ 1.4: and Co's add to Marke! u________ ._________________ s 11011
    7r EI': uf SE'4 and'_ A in SW cur of I LoU 10 1 of Blk 16 in L. T. and r, l ..-i.H

    i7I SEll of :\EII. being 105; ft N andS Co' to Starke ____00 ___________._______ K. Hu!, .
    :- ... I.y 21U rt E and W ____________-2; 6 HI b1 J. W. Martin ________ 10.43 Lot 11 of Blk li in L. T. and Co's r. ._ ,tvMrs. .

    i w NW'4 Irs 25: A inE cur and 15; A I i add to Starke ___ununn________________ R
    4 RIPTIOOF LAND sp i :.: ;: OWNER jl '" in SW cur _00_____________________2S: 6 19 1:20: S. W. Ltubooe __________ 1.1i ; W I,. of lots 1 2 and all lot 3 4 of J AldeT.aa lft

    < i 2 .\ in WII or SWII E of Main lilk 17 and WU of lot 1 2 and
    :; CXf St and N vi U. M. Lt..r..n S Co..
    all lots 3 4 I of Blk IS in L. T. and

    U: : < : < and W .r A. C. L. Ry or RUin :!:' r' Co' sub div ____u________________ .--____________ D. 1.. Fulluo ...
    a < 1'ortht'igton _______nun__-5 6 It 2 Unknown! ______________ 1.:14: I..r 1 4 or S'.. of Blk 31 in L. T. --- -1841

    I .\ ill SE cur of :\EI. of S\\ !I ____211 6 1\1\ 1 Jree \arun" ________ 1'15E ; and Co's sub div __ ___ ___ _______ ____
    !'WI 4 dEI, ____u.n___________ ::! 4 19\ 40'John Coleman ____?4.04 ;'.. lf -------------------9 6 11/ u A. RlIre __________ 1'l3W" lot 2 of Blk 4 in L.nnu T. andCo's --- I'J i Mack ..__---.- .#.!
    \WI. rf NW. I. ._:23 4 IH 4>i John Coleman _________ 4.n4Ind of :\E', _______________________:It' 6 HI 80 G. 1-'. McLcod! ____._____ I.U sub div 000: __._________________ ______________ -
    K' of J>\\'II and SE', ____SI 4 21 560 C. .\. Amltrson __.__- :3"..7J4SO Lot. 2 lb; l.f Llk 1 in En.'y' ..urtey"f Lots 6 7 of Blk 1 in Dais & Trub>s JJUJ JuU'r --00-- Uc

    t KjlmiMVi I ...___--___--______.__19X' 4 :::! W. 1'. CI>de ________00_ 4J.54 Worthington __ __ ________________33 6 19 l'n.nown! ___.__________ ::..4 add to Starke ________hU________..___________ J T. ; ri-.
    ___________________ ________ Lot \di. h_. --- "
    :3 uf lick 1 in Ensts aureyof L t.. I 3 4 of 4 in Temple add -'- %
    NEt4 Of SW'ti ...___.___I.____._:2* 4 2J 4" Unknown ____________ 6.41 1% __________ : : HIt u
    Worthington ___ _______ _____33 6 19 S. Duboee ,::5 to Starke! __ __ __ ____ _______.__ ________ &ar'
    -- -- -- --
    M:', >V\4 and oWl, of SEll __ S I 5 1* i-0 U. M. Gunter _____ ___ !.... ( Gas a Carning
    i or 1.
    h 111 Blk 1 and all I..t E of Blk !*.in Ttmples a.1.1 to Starke -__ _______ : E. het l 81
    N.4; tf \f:11 .___1JS 5 Is 40 J. C. Crl'4.. '4 nu I'I E Can(
    .801" to E. lot St ih Blk II of I'at- Lot 15 of Blk 14 in Temple add to ) ,

    \I .f Nand :\':. of SW 11 _14 5 1" 1JO 51. II Nettles _________ 10.00 t..n' surrey of W'orthmgton __-___-_----__________--__ 1I..rry WIlla _____.u____ 4.(14 Starke __ _______ u
    .i'- E'.of :E', ..1; 5 li .ol\ M. H. Nettles __________ S.4 < I.ot I .f Hlk II in Worthington" _______________._____ 00 Unknown! _____________ 1'S; Lots 12 -5.; of Blk- 2-- ;lis- u trkn.wn ----------_

    NE1 ofE', .-._22: 5 is 41Thill'. Murphy u________ 5.K1 Put : of 111k: 13: Worthington u----u-------------- Unknown __00__________ ..Ii of Hlk 2 to land line in J. G. IQ

    MI'F.', _..._25:: 5 Is 40<1 W. H Xtttles _________ 494 I Lot I of Blk 13 in Worthington ____----'------------_ Unknown ____u__.-____ 1._1 .\h ru add to StarkeUt ___ _____

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    :\':: of NEt, and NE'4 of NW", -27M. 5 1< 120 F. H. Douela-s Jr. _00_ 12.30' G.ts :3 4 of lIlk HI in Worthington __.. Unknown __________ __ 1II. '3 add I _
    -------------- n \artz to Starke! ____________
    ;> : .v'4 and N\V, of SE', __27P' 5 1- bO J. W. Blunie ________00 f .4> Gds 7 1. of Blk :'S; in llurthington ___--_____________ 51rs. E M. Petty ______ 2.=1 Com at NW'cor of BaN--- --t unu I'ar-on- I'nlnown _____---
    .,' >Wi. ._ 6 5; 19 70 J. C. Crews ________ ..!I\ a 4
    t : 00 lots I 2 ::1 of BIk! 27 in Worthin..ton------------------- Cos and V"w"e ______u 'U.! age lot on Kult, of Walnut: Stand

    \I'" of, V.and :\EII of :\\\1. 7SF' 5 19 112:! J. C. Crews .__________ 10.\tJ lots 1 4 tiC Ilk 31 in WorlhmJn __ ___________________ Fn"nown ______________ 11'3tuts ; ) run X along aid St 2l"

    (I SE', of t-E', 9 I" ot BIk: :I; in Worthington _.--------.-.....------- Mrs. E 31. Petty ______ ..:Iil.t to >hnrf land thtnce E C

    SE'' tf NE', .____.:24: S 19 40 J. B. Chancey ______00_ 5.1 .::. 3 of Blk 3' in Worthington ____-_--______________ Unknown! ______________ 1.93Lot ; raid land| 210 ft, thence N 1 al.nl"5 ft ,
    \\ ..! \WI. _...25N'A' 5 19 10'\t Unknown! ___ ______ 14.10 .
    -- -- S of Hlk 35 in Worthington ____ Jlrs E M. Petty ______ 1.:1
    land of J.
    ------------------- to ,. thence E
    cf ,W', -30 5; lit 4.W..\ H. Nettles __________ 4,47 or :\\\11 or S\\'II and :\E1i, 1 Trul
    :: to H), thence S 345 ft to land of
    Lot 1:: ---------------------------.6 5 20 b') Unknown! __________ 9.43 '
    00 1\1 of S\\I. and \\\1 I of SEll ______ Adam Tb.on thence W to 15: ft
    \WI. ( f E11 and XE1, of XWi :: or lot 5 and all lot 6 and N'2 of alley! thence X 3" ft. thenceW

    *\ci-l't 1 A on S side ______u_____ S Ii 20 79 Elijah Kite ___________ ..4:> tuts _nunhu____________ to leg in Starke.about except a lot

    .' S\\ of :\EII and i-E' of :NW' SI. or lot :3 and all lot 4 __00________ 5 6 29 120 l'n.no\ln! ----------____ 11.16N' 70 ft X and S by 210' ft E and W

    and 1 A com 23i ft W of SE cor : or SEll and SWII' tlf SEll andSE' in SW cur _________________________2* 6 : N.
    r.fEI.. of :\\\,11 and run X 195ftW't"ftS19"ftE3"ft tlf SWI. ______ _______________10 6 N0 160 Ja B. Stephrnsvn ____ 15..1 :3 A in SW Cur of :\\\1. of SW in : J Hal ---- -__-- 20.8

    l-t f-t ln -- ---_.-_-to = 5 :20 hi R. H. Tailor ________ '.'.h> SW'way, of NW' ', _k.s_4_:.1_Ity_ right_ :__ I Starke! less : 200 lots! ft----------------2 W'of 6 6 22 Mr*. 3. S. Wr.ns ._ 12.70

    -\1 I >' i.tE1 X of Ry --__________13 5 20 40 Joe Jones Jr __________ ..:-* N'2 of S\\'I. _____ ______ __ _-_-__.3 6 :1) t0 I ha.-i..r Kelky _______ 791 Kiv of at a Joint :. Broadway XW St and cor

    HI, <,f \EI. .-n 5 20 40 J. W. Nichols _______-_ 6.14 All of Hl.s! 4 6 1. 11' 19 2a :1 22: .3; W' ft <
    14. X
    to Orange St.
    t':: : of NE1 of S '', of XW', -___13NW' 5 20: 5 Ella M. Boland ________ .732o : 35 Iii 3. 3'1 39' 4" 50 51 :5;: and lots run. F1"Oft.N100ft.E99ft.S 110ft.

    of S\\'I.' except. 2 A in SW 1 2 :1 4 5 6 ill) II U of 1I1k 7 .
    210! ft to pt of in Starke! .
    cur -.-13V. :; : IS Paid 1'. Coffin ___uu_ ?..2II'll and iota t. 1" 12 or Hlk 1.1 andlute bit --2- 6 : J. W. Filly --- __
    Com at N'E of Orange and Mailiwn .
    of,1. and SI of cur 21
    ; SE'4 and I 2 4 6 S 10 "f Itik 12 and lots _
    SIs and X
    110 ft
    N'2 cf \EII of SW', and SEI. I I 4 6 a 1'1 12 of IIlk 13. and lot thence run E 110 ft. X to I ptof
    leg IM ft.
    ( .fEI, of S\\II and N'2 of SE I
    1'! or 1111. H and lots Y I' iU' 12
    110' ft, S 1 ) ft. to of
    \ 'H pt begin
    of W'
    > and SWI. of SEll of I of Hlk 15 and lot. I 2 3 4 i 9 .
    ?W' .____________ Y. unl's add to Star.t'n! _____ __2* 6 22 James Reynolds .
    13S' 5 S2!u Unknow _______ :0.:;') I" II 12 of Hlk 16 all iNew : _---10.19 .
    1 lot !.. bounded W.M -
    of SE of S\\I. and E'". of kh..r _______--__________--_________ 21 6 :!O 25 W. M. 1'lIrl."r _,..__.___ ..61 EdwardS a E by .
    ?E'4 ___-___ _____0000:1 Ii 20: ion Unknown ____.___ 1\1 \W'' of --------------------3' 6 2U 4" Unknown! -_____________ 6.41 1O.. P. Mitchell ..
    and Mr Hazel
    P2 rfEI., and SW, of :\WII EI. or :\\\1. "f S\P. ___h___-_____ 1 6 21 20 Ja1i. jutldwma ____.__ 4.t4 and X b \ by
    St. A.
    andV.: of SW', and N'2 of S SI of EII ___.___ ________________ :: Ii :1 ru ',\'. llItry: VII', ________ 19.93N'2 way > r.harez .
    : n land ___ ____ _________ __
    -- -- -- -- 6 22 E.
    E' .-.-_22 5 20 TSO Unknow! _._______ 26.420 of NW'II except: 15; A in SE Com at XW cor of Madi.-on and r Wt'11------ US

    SW' of SE'i -.2J! 5 40 Mrs. Charlotte Coffin __ 7.94 cur _____________________...________ Myrtle Stand run W on Mad-
    N'. of :\\\1 except 2 A in SW SW II oC NW'9:!: 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Eot ______ 4.l4 i-on 2iO
    ____ St :! ft. X 334 ft. E 210 ft

    N'cur:: (,fEI." riind"s'"of"sE>V"_"__"_po":27 5 20 160 Unknown ___________ 15.n :\\\11\WI or ,S\\II______and___ W'__.___or _SW'4of ____ :2 6 22: 60 }II'!'. M. S. Brown ______ 6.1<1/ to \rtl. St. thence S along sid
    -- -- -- St to of ________
    pt 29 22
    E': : <,fEI. and SW', of XE'i NW'4 of :\EII of 8WII _____ ______ 2: 6 Y2 1u Ret. S. }. Wolfe ______ 2.16 bl'1 nn 6 L. 'I Little _______ US
    Mid E' of SW'i and SE'J i _____.2* 5 20 360 Unknown ____ ___.___ 3..1:1 u Com at SW cor Mad son and
    SWI, of SEI, _________u.:1 6 :2: 4U l'n.n."n! ______________ 5.5. Myrtle Sts and S ,
    W_ d SE and E': of SW'i, run on lyrt.
    ; '
    11')2 or :-EII and EI. of,1, and St
    1M5 W M5 ft. S
    ( om at SW cor of SW, of SW'I'' EI. of 8WI. and \\'I. of SEll 5 6 22 30 E. E. Cano'll __________ 34.1.4 ft 105 .
    u 105 ft, 21' ft Madison St
    and run X 504 ft. thence E 4_0 SE'4 of NE'1 _______________________ 6 6 22. 40 Chi Anderson ________ 6.U thence E Madison St ,
    ft t o apt of leg thrnce X 260 N'2 of SWI, __ ___________ ______ 6 6 ..2 tlU J. W. lludgea E.t ____ ...63S'I. on 210 ft tot .
    t of add A
    ft. E His' ft. S "Krt! ftV. lils ft of !NE' of,1_ ______________ 1. 6 22 10 Swallow &. Hopkins __ 1.42E'2 > bee in jflhkins to Starke.__> 6:2-- -L. if' T..I.; ----- 8.R
    to Up ________________._________-2 9 5 20 J. B. Chanccy __________ 5.n" SWII'and Lute Ii 6 7 8 11 10 11 12: in E.t'rly'sadd
    of NW'1 of all NEt, to Starke __ __________________9 -
    lx.t Si .C Blk 4 in F. X. Andrews : C.
    6S' 22 40 C. G. Holland _______ __ 6:2 'tlar Hull Est US
    of S\\I. W of Ry __. _____________li 4 85!
    Add to LaVe Butler _______ _____u______________________ Virgil Brown -________ 1.10* 1 lot of land :10 rds N and S lr 11:

    I.ot 1;; of Blk 1 in F. :\. Andrewsadd of _SW'4___ __I less__ __10__ A__ _in_ _XW 10 6W" 22 70 Alice D. Swain __ ____ ..n yds E and Win SE cor of SE'4 of '
    Cor ______
    to Lake Butlerlot __ ____oonu____________________ Virgil Brown __________ 1.10' ., n SE'. _____________________________-24 6 22 I Mra. A. E. Drhvl 7.N
    of of : and,1 ofEI
    :39 of Blk 4 in F. X. Andrew* :\ of E'2 SW'4 \EII______________.______11 6 22 60 C. G. Holland _____ ___ 6.S9 E'2 or NE'. of SW1i _nu_______'. 6 2: Ricrard Albert ___
    add to Lake Butler _nhhh_____________________ Unknown ____________00 1.10' E I A in Scor of E'2 or !'WII or 8.1
    E1of SWI. of :\EI.' ______________11 6 22 :20 Mary :\. Thorpe ____ 2.50 : ,
    : _
    Ut and :!S of Blk 4 in F. X.Andrews SE'i, of SElf ________ ____________..12: 6 22: 4U Unknown) __............ 5.57 SEll nn nnnun____'2 6 22! 1 Ilr More __ 13
    add to Lake ButlerLOH ______00____.____________ Mrs. Olea T. Sprinkle! ._ 1.10 WL'of W-. of XE", of- SW", ______1XW -' 6 2 10 Mrs. E. V. Smith ______ 1.48 Lot 3 4 of Blk 3 in Lincoln City -u.__--.-...___ Wiin __ J1 -

    14 16 1* of Blk R in Epper : of SE' _____.________________12 6 22: 40 L.E'ans __________ &, ; lots 4 5 6 or Bk 5 in Lincoln City 00 ____________ Jon ___ _____ .
    son's add to Lake! Butler ____________________________ Virgil Brown ________. 1.40 ; Lot 3 of Blk Lincoln City -_________________________ May Williams _____ US .
    of S\\"I. of SEll ______________1.;! < :2: 20: B. 1'. Shackleford! _____ 2.5.E' .
    Lot 5 ________________________________:3ft 5 :11 60 Unknown -__.______n__ 17.51 11'2. > Lot 5 8 or Blk 1 in Lincoln City: ____
    of"I., of S\'iI. and E'j of _
    All Blk :Jl! NofA.C.L.RyinLake : __ "I S 8 oC Blk in Lincoln City --____________________ __________
    \\1 iof NE' of SW'4 ______ ____1J: 6SW'iof :::: 30 Unknown! __ ________ 3.8. ln'l'own US
    Butler _00000000______________--_____________-_-_ :Mrs. F E. Brown ______ H.23: t.ots: 1 4 5 of B1k 16 in Lincoln City__ ;
    SElf ________--_____________13 6XW'i 22 40 R. D. Strickland ______ 21.W rom
    Lots 24 25 of Blk 3 in at NW of :\\\11 of
    McKinney'sadd of XE', of SW'i, _____________14 6 22 10 Unknown ________-____ 6.15 tr NW'4
    to Lake ButlerLot _______________ Lake Butler Ice &: Electric and run E 525 ft. S 105 ft. W 525
    W. of EU of SE' of NW'4 ______14 6 ?2 10 J. Homer Livingston __ 5.15
    3 4 I of Blk 4 in McKinney's Co ______________ 14.40 ft. N 105 ft. to pt or bt'1f-ll,A----3 6 22 2 F W. Drilfgtn Ret _
    ; of of SEll ____________16 6 22 10 Swallow & Hopkins ____ 1.48
    add to Lake Butler _____________ Unknown ____ .___.. 4.16 NW'l NE'4 : SE'4 of SE'. of oWlj __ _______33 6 22 10 J. B. ___ 1.
    n------------------- -- ---- ___ .
    SE'4 of NW4 __________________.____17 6 22: : 40 A. G. Green __________ 8.99 N'2 or. of"I S.1 !
    Lots 41 4: 43 44 of Blk 3 in Me- SEll and 5Wl. of
    XEi4 of SWi, ______________________18 6 22 40 Annie Reynolds ____ 4.94 or
    Kinney add to Lake Butler _____ SE'4 NWl and EI of SWli .
    E'., of SE14 of NEi --_____________n: 6 22 20 Julia Goodwine ________ 6.44 of _
    r Lots 10 11 of Blk 19 in McKinney's XWI4 ------------_--___________ 6 22 51 F. ___ 27."
    add to Lake Butler __________________------------------- Jas. T. Seagrest _______ 5.87 Com 420 ft N of SE cor of SW'4of : A in SW tor oC SW 4 or S\l. B Sal "

    hike 1 ?: in D. E. Knight's add to SW'4andrunN60ftW'115ft. W or Ry __________ 6 22
    S Chandler
    ----------------- King ____ UC
    Unknown ____________ 433 S 60 ft. E 115 ft. to pt of beg..21 6 2 Clarence Ellerson ______ 4.46 4 A .
    Lake Butler ______________________- ----------------- __ beg at SW cor of NW'4 of SE'.
    : of Blk 4 S of R I and SW
    Blk 3 in D. E. Knight's add to Lake XWi Sec 33 and run X 5W ft. E 363

    ,a Butler __.......__.__.......................____________ L. M. Stokes _______.__ 10.99 l, of Blk 3 S of R 2 Wand 66 S 455 Ct to S line. thence W f
    ft wide E and W by 330 ft N andS
    Com atE cor of lot 1 and run S ft to beg --------------_-______-___ 6 22 4 Hattie __ US
    side of of Blk S
    E 3
    70 ft to a pt of beg, thence W on SElf SW'4 or NWlj or NWli except S Wil.n
    of R 3 W. also that portion ofSWl ,"
    105 ft. S70ft.E105ft.N70ft of SWi of NE1 containedin 21 an. -------------------_______34 6 :- 8 Dr. J. C. Willa IH :
    to pt of ben in T. E. Dekle's 2nd WIof SW'L. __ __
    --------------- __34 6 22 80 Mary C Hull Eat 4Ul -
    add to Lake Butler ___n______________________________ Unknown ______________ 5.56 last 2 descriptions also com NE'4 or SE'4 except 5 A square in

    Lot 11 X of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd at a pt 176 ft X of SE ear of land and SE cor -------------------_____31 6 22 35 K. L. _____

    add to Lake Butler ____nun_________________________ Hattie Williams _u_____ 4.10 owned by Jennie Hagaman SW'4 or NW'4 and N'2 or SW'4 ____ Grifi 1.1
    W S
    N 625 4S6
    486 ft. ft. ft.
    4 A in SW eor of NI, of lot 4 ______31 5 20 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight run Tem SW'4 of SE'4 ----------___________33 6 2 2 40 L. M. Little _.__..__
    (IHeinl\ ______________ 3.86 E 625 ft to pt of begall in S'2 of NE'4 and EI" of XEI 11.
    :. ple's sub div ______________________21 6 22! 13 Unknown ______________ 20.81BIkiSofRiWandE'yofBlk4 of
    s 4 in SE cor of N". of lot 1 lying X\ --------------_______________ 6 6 22 1110 I. M. Little ____-.48.48

    4 f E of SE Crabb and S of land owned :" \ of NW'4 ______________________36 6 22 41 J. A. Coleman __ 1'."
    by J. G. PunisS" _________________31 5 20 4 Kibbie Lamar _________ 4.46 S of R2 W and Blks 5 and 6 S WI. of NEI, of :\WII -____ _______ 6 22 211 I' L. Hide _____

    O'EI. _____________nnn______34 1 5 20 80 Unknown ______________ ..63 of R1WandE'.of BIka56S :\ :: of NE'1 and E'2 ofW1.. ______ 7 19 160 X. G Hayes __ 101

    E'- of NW'4 and SW%; of !oWI. ____34 5 20 120 Unknown ____..________ 11!J of all R XW"2 W of in Temples] sub 11'of div or SI' or NE'4 and SE'4 or NW'4 ______\ 7 19 lO: Unknown _________._ 1'1
    SEt lying Ry 1.
    BIB at SW tor of Eli, of SW, --- ________ ___ 3 j 20 6H Southern Nail
    --- Stores
    and run X 70 yds. E 140 yds Sill and E of public road -_____________21Com 6 2: 30 Uiknown .____________ 5.36 -\1 --------------- --
    of at N'W of land owned by Co. ______ .________ 51.1
    jdv! W 140 yds. to pt of beg- cor W'2 of SW'4
    :0 E B. ___
    2 A ..____.____________ !8 5 21 2 W. H. Harrell ______00_ 6.47Swr4 Elmira King on E Ride of Ry E'2 of SW'. and S\\'II of SEI.------ 4 j 20 120 111 Unknown! -ndl't'u__ ____ Li
    of NE'4 ) 21 40 K. I'. West _________ r ght of way and run Easterly! and 1.
    t ------------------1. 5 .114 E'2 of SE' --u--u_.___ 5 100 E. Andl't'u _____
    S' of XW, of SE', and SWi; Of at right angles" to said Ry to E S'' t or S'2 of lot !and, S'2 of lot ( B 13

    SEll except 10 .\ in SW cor S of line of Sec: 21. thence X along said I less. X 1A _____n____.:________\___ i -1J 4'" J M. Shaw Jr __
    Sec line Center Street Temple'ssub 15
    I mad and E'II of :\'. of SE', of to S'2 of lot 4._- _____________________ 2111 N I. T. Shaw _____ .
    div thence said St
    SW, except W 2 A --,00--1. 5 21 63 G. C. Sapp ________ 15: .flu right oi W'along thence S alonesaid \\: or1. or let 4 ---____----___--_ 7 20 :0 t;. W. Yarborough US
    to Ry
    Com at XW cor of SE' of :\\\1. w.y. N'2 of lot 6 and Sl of lot

    t I and run S 143 yds, thence E 70ds. right of way to pt o flog in c..p 2 A in SE ('fr _________1_ n- 7 20 is Unknown! ___ .___
    I of XE' lots pieces
    > to a pt of teas thence E 70 E1. II except or or 1 in Ward City __====== _____ 81. .
    have heretofore Ut-n conveyed H 00 _______ W. W. Ward n_____ !
    I dX 71' dW 7'' 'dS 70 dtn a< --21 6 22 14 Louis Guyon _____ 13.4.; ::
    ) > > > 1" .\ of R where ; Lot 4 of lk 1 in Ward City ____-___ ______________ S.' R. _________ ..S
    at center
    J |>t uf Uir ---- --_- S 21 1 Clara Sparkimn! _______ 421Mrs. : mile com line of Sec 21. rannine) E and?_ el{J.l lots I! :. :I of hik in Ward Cily-------------_______ Wtine. l Co _____ '.U
    Com l'i chW IfF. of XW
    ( for W thence :X along saidR I..I I 2 tf IIk II n Wa"l City ______________________n Scm Hard _____ U5
    f of SF.' and S -!' ft. thenceW crosMs t
    :" dtsees., run S I1'ft.. thenceX )' 4''" ft thtnce E at right angles Lots ; I of tk; 12 in Ward City _--_ _. _________________ W. Ward ______: .15

    : to said H to the sad mileline. lot 5 of Hlk in Ward city _nh_ _u__:_________ __ %V. W. Ward ._____ .58
    72:! ft. tHnce atone rii-M of ) .
    lot 1" of Jk 1.: in City _._____________ Sam R. Ward .______ .
    thtnce W tu of I.:1 War n u
    way of .\. C. L Ry to place of leg l pt 6 22 10 R. M. Jenkins __;__ 10.75 I"'I :. :
    : < 11: II .1 ) __ __ ___________ \\ W. ______ 1.
    Com :X line parallel with R :S2 ( 0000
    in,1, of SEll ._____!'" 5 :1 RJa Mae Ltnnon._ 6.75Cum on ) Put b War .
    j I lit NE cor if :\EII of SW 1 I ft X from SW cor of :\\\,11 of of 1:11 ir. .yard City ___00___ -__________________ Sam Il 00--- I .

    and run S :3! chn "! ft. to Rv right, ,, 1:11. 1 S of It I E and run S parallel Lots. I : 5 6 o Ht. Iin Ward City ______n___--_______ W. W. Ward _n__ I.9

    of way thence W a'.oiiyaid: right with Ry Iii:; ft. thtnce E at Iut... 1 uf l k in \.r.1 City __ -___ 00 __________________ Unknown _____ 1.91

    'Ie cf way 14 chn 21 ft. to a M of right aniilts to raid R) W ft. I..t 3 or n. 1" in Wall Cur _h____ ___________________ W W. Wad _____ ..: .

    lor. thnce X :S disntT, E 21*) ft thtnce :X l'arall1ith said! Ry 163: lute 6 5 of 21 in \\ aid City ____ ______________w_ 11. W. Wad _______ ..

    thence \\' Jin \anatU.n 3J: de- ft, thence to pt of. beg. al,o N1. ofS1. II 'Jf Hn 2' n WarJ City ____ ______ _n_____ W'. W, Want ------- 1.05 -

    \E'I tf FI. -_ ------ ______ 211 ___ ______ Iii .
    I ItrttS.. then S 2I': ft to said o f SW o f Ilk I S of R 2 SF'4 of =" 1 --- 4 l'nkroln
    E twine "J". ft X an1li S and 330 Jl ; A in N1 'or
    right of \\a\. thence E a'.onir! said an.1
    rirht of "II\' to jt of Uu 1.\ inNEI ft E and W also apiece of land N'2 A C of C SE'cob,die---or--lot----- --___2J i 20 lU Mrs. S 1 Thiln &

    ..f *W ._ 5 21 1 Joe Junes Jr _________ ?.f"Mr :>-' ft X and S and :io: ft E and Lt and it 11 \ lU: 15\ : or Hlk
    X" of !lot of In!. .- W S Mde of N' of SK" of and lots ;
    in Rjtfnn ----l. 5 21 M. J". ><> on : ,\. It. C. D sub div of
    I I \ in NW; cur of :SW: of SW, --25 5 21 1 J. :\. I .. Thompeoa-- 1.03 I'-lk! 1 S of R 1 E in Temple sub and Int. \ 11 \ lot 1. of Bk:
    SE', of SE' .. .._ __ _______-6: Ii 21 40K9 J. N" anitfurd E-t ____ ai ..4tJ. div -____ -_ ---00"I 6 22 1 Geo. Ruff -------------- 6.1:1 r C E Fsbdirof and lot lots A 1.

    I M. of -W'I and SW1 of SE'i ----311 5 21 ( W. Nichol _______- 1".4'' 2'.1. r11at NW cor of Ctnttr Stand I..t\: II "f lot :1:: Elk! 1.19
    fw of :\\\11 5 21 I.awtt and Starke: put.lie road tf I'Jat
    .1 --------- .N T. J. Wist ------------ r..H I A B sub tll\ of lot 1" of Rk 15 I
    NE' l.fE' except \ in\f: and run W along Center >t 4SM: in

    cor and N'W: of NE: e\cept X ft to land formerly owned by X.T Jlml-n. 4.1 E City tn.1------------------.4 of 21 Jones. If RI.r __ U +:

    115 ft W of imMie nmd and S'... >. Hauaman. thtnce X along. said; \I I amPn Cit

    of NE and S H'' ft..f NEtS of land 2';" ft. thence Ea-ttVy 4.10 Sub of dl'S.A A.H L.C Py of__. hh lot ________4 7 21 W, N. llIi,! ______ UI t

    Nand! S 44- ft ..f E'.. of XW ft to said road, thence S along 17 in 1 of Elk

    ', of NW and N IV> ft of E1: said road to pt of leg nninl Tem Lots J .Saml".n.ul, die City of ----------------4. 7 :1 Jrs. Mary (Tma US '-
    of :vt, of NW II and X 15""' ft of pI.', sub div' J1. acres ._---__----22 6 22! S Joe MorrUMattie 9.fI lot ( nn 2'in
    amls"n) City _..___ ________ 1 i 21 J. Murl'ky ___
    1-: .f NW'5 1 .\ !lying 53 ft from the S line of 0
    :1 11.5 W. Ellery Paris ______ 26.19: ; SE'4 of :\W'I C :
    Lot S4 ill \Utiod'aw .__._1 u s 2t 10 Raley Hanll.) Co. ____ 1.4;; :-r.11 of 1IU: 2! S of R' E aid NE'. of :\W'I andF'I oC S\\14' __ 11 7 21 8( C. Holla.d) _____ 'r
    Lot 22 in Wotd'awn: ... 1 Icing "..!"' ft E antiV and 13J: of SSW4
    11 5 :: 10 Unknown! -,--______ 1.4S and :\\\1. or SE'9
    SW: d1:1, and SE' of \\,11 ft X and S and It-ing just X of t JI: 1'nkAOwnN1114 -

    and SW" of >E', ---------------1.: 5 2_. 120 Unknown: 1-.n that owmd ly Henry Jones. al-n I of of'I.:" and E'2 of SW'1 --16 1:0 C. L. hel _______ "
    ------------- of : and :\1
    Soi \\1. of :\WII and WI. of acre l lysine 17; ft X from S line : : \1 "EII ot

    ::EI, ..f NE', and EL; of SEt4 of :\EII of Blk :2S! of R ::: E. said NE'S.\I. of l"11 and \I: of SEll of

    of NE:4 and SlS of :\EI. vt SE14 I.. A being 3'<,) ft E and Wand ------ -----------------------_ tl gO Unknown ----- '

    i WI: o' SEe of SE", & W.: of II 50 ft X and S in Ttmple's sub N1t'.W.I. "f :\Y'. --------- ___--____16 21 4') W.l1 I'ar.t'r ---
    II of \
    EI.,1, and N': of S". ofcEt div -I" Acres --------------------0' ti :2N" 2 Johnson ______ 5.6" lf ''I. --0--------------1' % 4' .\ ",.. ____ 4J45E'1

    vf J.EI, and S' ,.f :XEtj of : of SE', of SW of :SW, except 4 Ind ::'E1i
    A in
    except \E
    ,A SE', of .1Vi.. ; ____-____ Unknjwn! ___________n_ 20.>.s: 1'" .\ off W end -31.1: h ___hOP"> 6 22 4 Sam Harris Jr ___.____ 5.65 S W enr!of SE'. or tor and :A in LHW'
    Lot 5 f : 11 12 aid :S'of: lots SE' of $\\,11 of SE\ and E 2 A SEt. ----------19 i : .2 IL D. Wa..ln ______

    1 7 sin Wooda! __ -___.':.--_--____i:i 5; 2:: 70 Unknown ____u_______ 7.J2 of :::W' of SW, of SE', ___00_____ .\: in of \E\I, of of\WI. _hh_______-

    Lot 6ir Wotnilawn unnu___;; 5 2: : 10 A. J. 1'irjtte _________ 21* :\ of SW of i'EI. and S'2 ofXW W'I of ror E'2 of E', --1 7 : t Mrs. S. .\. (inD -' I
    SW'4 ..
    1.U 39 i 4J in Wdodann ..___________ .' : ------- -----__--4 7 'I 5. A, '; -- TJ
    i 3 :::! 20 Unknown ________._____ 3X2w of SE'I and EII of NF.4.f :\ of n. rD
    I It 4$ 44 in Wooil'awn:; ___uu_____:4 5 2.: Unknown! _____________ :24 S\\II ____ _______----____--___-_ of, 8W1: --- _____ __ n_____26 % 4. Iot Jone.----- tWI
    I Lots 37 3in o..1."n ___ _______' .. :\1 .: e and WI. .f E':: of SEt,_ .:!s 7 ___ 'II
    h ;; 1; := 20 Raley Hamby Co .501' : of S\\'II of XEI. ----"--- --__-22E" II 22 20 O B. Sweat __00________ 16.34 N': of : 10 :> Wilft'U
    Lot 21 in \\ooda: !! -._:.; Ii :!2 10 Raey: Hamby Co ====== 1.1- \ orE'I ______ _-_-___--_--_24 6 22 4') R. D. Strickland __ __ 20.27 \W: -\1. orE' and S A in
    I ,, _.. -- r..r of :NE'4
    I, .A., -" ... .........Haan 00-00-00--00----:6 a ;u:;: 1" Katherine F. Taylor I.*"* \K1i, ,f'5Fl.' __ .__ ______ ______n__*!? fi_ f2: 41) Unknown ___ _____ 14"-_i ofEI, and 11of

    Lot 27' m Wood:.wn _n__________-6 5 f2:: M Dr. Geo. H. Payne ..00..- 2.1'; NE', of SW, of :\\\1. ______n______2
    lot 4. 5in Wood'awn: ___ _____\; 5 22 :" Raley: Hamby Co 2.:3 E + A of :\\\11 of NE1 S of public \ ------1 7 21 41' T. J.hj.. man O
    Lot 2v in WoodlawnX : .. un road ___ .. .. \1:1 nf \1 ; or :\EII of \I. 00__ 7 11 Willie H. Tapp
    00------------- : 5 22! 1" Jlary A. Hollis ____ __ ; _______u ._ _--__ : %
    : : u SE'4 of S\\'I. ____ _________ __ -1.
    if :\E'I of- : E4 and E ', of E'.. of :"EII of SW" of :\EI. and \\1 __ 7 4& Unknown

    $1of NEi, of SE', -00--------__"" 5 2' 35 C. R S.pp __ o.2' 3 \ in NW'cnr of SE1, of :\E'I __2. fI 22! 6( W. M. Tryan ______ __ ..1') EI: or of NSt't-NE' -----_--_ ___--_____--_ 3 l Mary C H.i: -----J
    n _
    W. of W'of Sl1'4 cf SE' Uuu E 1"" 't of 4 ------00 __ ________ 3 J. C. Gair 1'
    J ._ 5; ::Z III G. W. :X :J4' ft of W of XW : 4r
    > ________ ",N9 : 25
    rUnknown A
    of :;
    Crri -\\1. r _____ ----u'
    at \% of SW' of NE'4 __ S Ltehrll
    1 cor of SE' of \EI. ___h ."-----_-29 6 22 Josephine Clo\tr ______ 4.16 :\ of ( S\ 4 00 Henry )
    a. I and rur E ,53 !-'.
    I rd". thtn.-t W ;31 1ni>. thence N on Eide of Church St and run N1. or SW'4 of EII __--____________ 4 ; :2 Unknown n______
    $.. rda !. of bee. _________ :\': or N''., or :"EI. of : of : '
    jt ,
    un !'j: 5 22: :: ___ _____ 1'5 on St 7ft ft. E 210 ft. X N \\1
    : 00 ; -?!i2 Acres ____
    NEl, of SW except 2 A inE 7" ft, \\ :21-i! ft to pt of bee in \I. h _-__- -

    i'I. cor ___.._...............__..-._. '2 5 2:! 3* Uelnewn ILl,) Starkt -----___--___----________-2* 6 22 Eugene Gnann _______ 2.63 SI. or \1 ofEI. of : J.
    .1 Lot 22 in Eat Lawuy -------00---_ ________ 1. L. Lot C ot fill i and land betweenlot : \\11 of ,
    unn Sapp Jr ____
    : f Lot 7 in O.tub div if East Laws n 2093 C and Church St except: S 5J> \WI. :'e -\en' ________________ ;.

    uy _-_nn_______________= _____ .._.u______________ David }L Smith u____ 2.4-I i ft in Starke! _nh _--______ ___:1..___________ A. E. WaU ___________ 4.46 W'\E: of'or S WI___4_of__ S'114___ except_ 1 A in ",
    Lots 1" 11 in Ott sub div of East Lot t 3 and X 31'.. ft of lot 5 of 0 4 22:! l' Francis Cark

    i Laa.r y .------u________________-___________ Thad Nicholson ___.____ 4.16 Rik 2 in Stare _____.____________. ________s.____ Unknown ______________ 416 SE'IAsginNEccrofa5Alotown-. ( :\\1 4 -_ __------_-----____ 4 i ::-. 4t S S. ---I''

    I.. V. of S\\I. of NW.. --------------25, 5 22 20 I Lee M.Iler __________ 3...i* Lot 7 and S 21 ft of lot 5 of Blk!: 2__ ________________ Livingston & Jones ____ 5.*9 .d ) Andrew Jackson in SE "
    SW, of S'4 of XW -------------- 3SW 5 22 10 Sarah! Williams Lot S of Blk] 6 in Starke ________ \ torof
    ------- 3.-i 00 SE' of :\\\1. ________________ i
    (NW, cf SE'. ..._nn______:26W 5 2;; 10 Unknown: ;. -- ::1

    1 I 4''.: ac"*. of \El. ..f NS'14 ofXW ---r---------- .S Lots 1 :3 of Blk 7 in Starke __________ _00______________ Mr!. S E. Re)bon _____ 2093' SE' of :"EI, and EI. of of f"

    1.:1. 5 22 5 H. D. RandaH _________ 5...7 Lots 5'6 7 o' Blk 10 in Starke! -____________________ Mrs. A. Floreus ________ 14.I) SEll and E'2 of : of SWI.NE' __ 5 __ .
    XWI, (J >\\14 ------u.6 5 :;;! 4" L. L. Lots 2 4 I and W 40 ft of lots 6 of \E1 1 James Cark
    i'a.p Jr __
    8 3 A of :
    Com at SW cur of SE1, and run Eon nu N.G.I Blk: 15 in Starke --______--__--____ ____._______ N B. Hull ____1'019 leg XW\Wt. of $ of Ry ____ ; =. Joe Jr _-&
    -- ----- at or '
    I Sc< line 41> ft to a pt of bee Com 1* \- : ft W'of SE cor of lot tor S\\II of SF. ," .

    I thence X ,;*" ft. E li1- ft. S 66'.> 7 of Blk! 17 and run N K-3 ft. \\' and run 5 52 r, E 30 rd52

    I ft. W 1Cft to ft of beg" -----_____ .* 5 2"; 3 James W. William __ .to 1.3 ft, S 105 ft to Cal! St. rd. W ::'} ids t beg ___00_______ Ii 7 : U Th.. V. Porter-----' t
    .; 1 E4 of \Et, of SE1, ---n______ i : 2': L. L. 4 thence E 30 1-3 ft pt of bee. Lot I' and 1 A of lot 13 sub d1' of

    Lots 4 13 in Woodawn: jo 5o 2 :,0 D. Sapp Jr._____u ".2* beine parallel with and/ at right NE'4 _____._________n____________ 7 o Peek & Trlb __ 1
    ------------- B. Johns __ _______ 4.;:n 1
    4 i Lot 5 in Woodlawn: __________________'2 5 :: 10 Unknown __________.___ 1.95I angles to said Call St in Starke ____._____________ J. C. Cater _________ 43.9'; I A in NS'tor or WI: oCWI.. of _

    Lots 14 17 in Peetsxille ______________.7 5 =! 5 Anthony Moore ___ .____ 3.!6 Lots 5 7 and part of lots 6 S of Blk NE'4 W'of Ry ___nn__________ S 7 22_ I !lllt' mores _-----r". t.}

    I lot 9-71- acres jn PeeUvil': --___35 a- 22 S Peter Tisda'e IS in -tarke -------___________ .. Jennie Lou and S1'4 or"I 4 and S'2 or XWt, or pis .
    Harry '
    Jr. __. ---- -------
    3.46I -- hnh-
    S ___ __ _________ 22 U Jame, Clark -
    I ____ ; -
    < 24 in Peetsv.ille ____ _____ 4
    22:! !
    u 6 Lilly Tidal __________ !.14> Rivers ____ __ S'of Je
    W- of XEi, _______nu_________ I u______ 34.8 XE1. or SE'- ----------------I.} 22 :0 : L. Lilti. __ C
    E"s of lot 1 and lot 3 5 7 of Blk S\\ of :-EI. ant SW'4 rf SEll of

    Wof XW14 of SW14 _______._____ 4 6 .1- 20 R. :M. Jenkins ......... 4.94 26 in Starke ____________________ N'W't4 ---------- ___________11 7 22 E L. M. Litt4.---r .
    4 ,,"'i N'2 or :cw'4 or S\\"I. ______--11 7 :2 Y. G. -
    f of !'Eand o:1i: of SE'. __ 5 6 18 120: R.II. Jenkins ________ 11.37 ( Grfi -

    t.- EJ of SW i of SEX and SEU! of Blk 31 u extended on Ensey' NE', of NE'. --______________ ______ 7 : O. L. M. Little -f ,

    SE'4 _____________________ 7 6 IS 6J C. H. Malphure! ______ 9.73 map "t.
    r of Starke. ---------___________________________ R. S. Johns ________ 41.:0 ('Continued on Page ".) ; :

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    From To
    con interefttd there'n, who shall be dissat THE TOWN Or rTARKE
    (Continued From Page 6.) All that of lot 4 Blk 2 An. jailed with tae a;.|>orttoriment of the cost of
    prtion for of the ". tbin
    said impro'. 1lnll'm.nt Described
    S T R dr" Butler lying E enunt trail ha\1 the opportunity .
    DESCRIPTION A OWNER T& C t Lk. and Property
    required the time
    to the line b pnscrttxd by
    \Wta ______________________11 7 22 (0 Mon. Elizabeth C. GrifCis 36 ft W said line being this: "ihm with the Town Cltrk. \ssessed to.Installm.nt .
    of Ordn.nc.
    5"f 24.13NnnJ Western boundary of J in icaily. and cl. ____On.__h_________ ____
    ------------------ Odom St of F. I'. any objection -
    . add bl
    to arl' .
    and St' of NW'!. Odom [ that -- .
    Wlj desire to ----------- -
    may against
    E' of SWlj _-____________ 7 22 160 Yrs. E. B. Dees ____15.il SI Lake Butler -- -------_________-30 I 20 J. B Dowling 60 150 such apportionment.; / -

    oC 5WI. .-----------------t--l'i: 7 22 40 F. Y. Defs _____.._____ U4 SW'i---and----------------_____--_--_____ I 20 32' J. Townsend _1050 1200 SECTION At the meeting of the Town 1 ? duf.:9.. ..
    SEVI SI" 01 SEI. -__--_______ 20 2tO J. W. Townsend 800 960 Council 1' 2-J-._ duedur- 19._
    01 El, and : E4! EI of fi'. fur the hearing here1 nlie fore -
    NE'an 5\\1. of WI, ________________16 7 22 122v E B. D..e& 1"; 6JSlt : and NE'4 and :SWI, of SE', specified, or at any time to which the ".a,- .- ___ ___________19_

    01 SElj _____________________16 7 22 bO .irs. E. B. rk.-=====::: 9.43SE'i : SW'4 SVI.SEn4 WI"E' of'SE and ing of objections to said special J <- duoS __ .-----_____19_

    of 5WI _______________________1! 7 22 40 CorneliWi Young ____ 4.94 and !. __ 6 I n 4S0 D. C. Kinlaw may be a"Jurn.d. the To"n Cn.asl1Sment 5- ---_______._0 n dut_! ..

    of .E', ____________________.1. 7 22 40 L. M. Little _________ (..94SW Co -------------1440 1920 give each c .nctur an opportunity to be heard -*-._ -. d..*.19._
    NE'4 of SE' _____ ________________li 22 40 CorneliWi Young ______ 4.946o \ WI"Cm of at S\\'I.NW _.___________________! I 21 I J. B. Rosier _______ 400 600 as to any abjection that shall have been filed 7-$____ __________ dm'.________1J._
    : 'or of NE'i of'I 8--$_ due_____ _____
    in ,Elj oC SL'4 om 314 ftE and shall hear and determine and all ____19._
    A and run S 10 chains and 33 links any 9--___. ___ T
    S'or uf said Elj of SE such object that shall have been filed to 1?._
    I of and run S 61jU fl. iS46 ft. S to R said R. right 01 way thene. E. the apportionment.r.3 of such special assessmentsand 10-$. dui. _.___________. .19..

    6611 it. W 346 fl tu pt oC beg in 2t links to right N (f way 1- chains, .. after such hearing shall either confirm Starke. f.lrtn. -______ _19_.

    Hlllpton _____________________19 7 22 5 \Irs. Annie E. Young 31.58 NE'4 of NW'4.boundary thence of said the assessments a' indicated in the : ,u- RECEIVED OF._._________________

    Lot 3 oC lIulbcn's add to Hampton19 7 22 Harriet Walters _____ 3.44Nn chains 64 links to W U tl.n published or. if necessary and .iit- the sum of.DOLL \RS,
    of sE'i and S\\'I. of NE'S acres place oC begs able so to do shall amend the same and rc- being the first annual in-fa'Inunt: of Iinn-

    Sl Jf NE'4 oC NVV'I. less 14 WI" 01 ----1 5 21 I lrs. Florence Cobb 100 :00 aiiHirtion such s.-es-ment before such confirmation cipal and interest as spicfu"l in this certificate

    and __________ __ _________-_____ 5 21 J. Gunter ___ 350 eif indebtedness.By .
    in SE cor _________ 20 7 22 126 Cornelius Young _____ 12.29 NE'4 of N on (10 so that the apportionment that shall
    A SEll
    1-3 acres in SE cur oC SElj oC S SElj an.1 '----0--------1 6 18 40 T. Waters _____ 151 23') be finally made and confirmed by the Town _-________________n_______. .____
    1 W'li ______________________________2.1 7 :22 1 Mollie Jones _______ 1.35 A of : 1 Council shall b equitable and just between Treasurer, Town rf Starke. F: --da.
    __ __________ NW'i SE'i -----_________ 6 1S :215 J. O. Tieon _______ 650 700
    S1h of NWY4 ________ 21 7 22 CorneliWi Young ___ 9.(3 N'2 of SE'. of the different pi'o of property abutting and Starke, Florida _______._.19__
    S\Pj and
    WI of (Jf :S\\'I -_____________:!. :!2 20 Walter Hooker ________ 1.95 NE'i of WI 01 fronting the said improvement and so that RECEIVED OF

    !,! 5\V'4 01 SEi _____________.27 7 2.' 20 1.nknc.WD ______________ 3.4:! NE' and S\\EI" -of-NE'i----_01---NW'i_:-___ 6 13 H Henry M. Jones __ 100 150 any a'sml'nt charted against any and all the sum of_____.________._________DO L.ARS,
    ygatapt: i3 It FofNWearofNE11 and SEE pines of property assessed shall be not more being the second annual inj-tallntt-nt
    of NVV'i "_ principal
    and W ----- -_, J 6 19 260 James S. Brown __ 800 90.1 than the equitable
    of NE'i See. 30 run WI of SE': of NWi4 and proportion of the bt'n.tibthat and interest as specified in this cer 'tirate
    i05 it. S 221 ft. E 1115 ft, N 225 of NV'1 and IWI, : shall have been conferred by said im- of indebtedness

    to pt of beg _____________________:1) 7 22 T. J. burden __________ 8.84 N' of 1 SI" oC :S\\'I. ,iruveniints. provided, hO"t\'er. that no such By_ .__
    __Wi4of'It \V'4 __________________----30 7 22 41) Geo. S Yerger ________ 4.94 SE'4 11 (f ;EII, -and-____WI___.___of____NE'i_____ 1 6 19 220 Rah J. Clover __ 800 900 amendment shall increase the amount to be Treasurer- Ttwn- of Starke. r'-.nd_.

    B 31 at 5E corS210YdE110yds.of yds.uWS''y e and EI" of NW'' and S\\'I. of specially After the assessed confirmation aganst I.tllr ,.rl.t.y. Starke. lorid.l. __________19__
    of the
    and run S 210 toptofbeg6 -, :S\\ and SI:, __00 ______-____ I 6 19 560 R J. Andrews ____liOO 2011) the said assessment by the apportionmentof City RECEIVED OF._

    _____ -- ____- ___________34 7 22 6 E. J. :lIe Rae ___-_____ 2.25NE14 :WI\ of SEI,of SV1i, ---_______ 6 19 200 R J. Andrews ____ 609 JOO the Town Clerk shall forthwith Countl.once the sum of -.---___DOLLARS.
    acres! NEii and
    of,1, E of Uy --________--__ 2 8 22 40 N. P. Cauthan ________ 4.94 :NE'i of EI: of NW'i and in the Itrnd'onl County T."lralh. a ne's.l'alE beinl the third annual! installment of principal
    and'I Jf NW'i SW'1 6 19 290 Dr. J. :1. Mann __ 601 .00 published in the Starke and interest as srecifitd in this certificate
    SE4 of NW'4 S\\'I, of of indibtedness.By .
    SWl _______ __________________ 3 8 22 280 N. P. Cauthan ________ 2U3W' NW' and a notice to said property indicating
    and NV', of -SWI, ________ 6 19 100 lrs. W. Dukes_ 3410 4'}') that the of own.r .-.- .
    of SW1'snd l 1 apportionment said
    Jf'I.. SEI of assessments -
    A in NE Treasurer, lown of Starke.
    EI of SE'l of SWSI u______ 5; R 2:: IH' :l1.II"se :lanufaeturinl and N'I" \I.SE' f eor among the different pieces of property fhr.I.
    of NE1i __ __- -________ ____ Co. ___________._14."S A in SW ( NVV'i i and 3 have bten as confirmed hy the Town Starke. or.h. -19..
    NEII EI:. of NE'i of :\W'r and EI 01 6 8 22 40 N. P. Cauthan ________ 4.t and 2 A in car I NW'I. of SE'i. Council 'inl the date of said confirmation.and RECEIVED OF___ o. ______h__ n__

    E' 01 SW'i ___________:_____ i 8 22 60 Unknown ____________ 6.1 :NE' \ cur of SW'i. of upon th. publication thereof the said as- the sum -.__DOLL.t RS.
    I2 0 6 62 Dukes __. __ 200 311 r-nurt -tiubed and being the fourth annual installment of principal
    NE'i of NE' anti 5 1-1 of E'i ofSE' .\ SElj ---------1' 1 J.:1. < as apio. confirmed shall
    SE'j be final. In the event of such and interest as sietifiid in thi ('
    of NE'4 and :S\\I, of NE'i, any special .ri''at.
    S\\'I of :SEI I'inl W of' public rlad ---1 I 19 61 J. M. Rimes ______ 150 3'1 assessment hall be par to be invalid of indibtedness.Ry .

    .;w'4 SW11 and ane of S\I and S\\'I, __ 19 !) Bank of Lake Butler "r insufficient in whole or in part, for any _._

    i. of SWii (f 5\\,1, ______________ 9 8 22 :21 Unknown ___________ 28.13 \\'I of NE' and of _____________ .50 350' mason whatsoever, the Town Council may nt Treasurer. Ton of Starke. Florida.Starke. .

    _____________ R J. D. H Itbrand _______ 13.28 F.I" NW'4 and any time, as far it
    NW'. ___ ____ It 22 NVV'', N\ __ \racltabll to enil Florida; _______. -_19._
    ___ _
    V'4 __
    Sof SE'' of NEti, __--_ _----------1" 8 22 3" Unknown.______________ 3.15 NV' of( and--E1. of S\\I.____and__-.16 6 19 201 S.:1. Dukes ______ 600 jOl >. in the manner ..\ .. tht ,yinK RECEIVED OF____.. _

    A!) SVV'ti of NE'i S of Ry-2i A Sl'. of StVt' of of an original a'-i's-mtnt cause a new assessment the sum of-- '' ,
    __--16 6 19 140 Samuel __ 450
    and all SE'i of NE' S of Ry26 S\lj of NW' and S\\I.' --of----- Duke n 5 to be made and levied, which when Line the fifth annual inlalm'nt rrinciial -
    .\ in NE of SI.I S\\, made shall have like form and effect as an and interest as certificate
    ,t. and 5 cor and SI. of SW'i 01 S\\I ________ H 6 191M T. A. Pinkston ____ 350 400 original: assessment.SECTION if tt .if.1 in -
    and SI oC SE'iof .
    01 SE'i NE'4. _of___SE'4_.__ __:______---13 8 22 80 Unknown ______________ 9.69N' EI SI. 0'of NE'6 19 80 T. A. Pinkton ___ 250 3t4'$ V. That each of said assessments md..t"lnls.By__________.
    F I and SE' 01 NW'1 _____ 6 19 120 G. _____ 360
    4dl for said improvements shall be
    11 able
    of NVI''i of NE'i and VV't_ anJKWI. E'2 of 8WI. and W'. of bone pa> Treasurer Town 'Jf Starke. .orida.; .
    ___ ___ ___11 8 :NI R. D. Clayton: __ _____ 3127SW'i SE'4 and within thirty (301 days after the first publication
    Jf SEti :2 NE'4 f SEI __ Starke Florida.' ______ ._19__
    ( h ____18 19 200 T. H. Rimes ______ iOO
    --- 0
    and NW1i of SE1i ____ ____ l6 8 2il S. I'. Cauthan ----____ 16.52 IWI, oC ksa 21"---A---in- NE I SO of the resolution aforesaid without in.tn..t. nECEI.EO OF____________________________
    22 8 22 2: )IIIIOI Manufacturing and IEl of'I but all such a.sfm.nl not paid in sum _______..____DOLLXKS.
    of SE'i and lots 1 2 3 4 ______ Co. _____n_________ 19.20 \ of and E 1-3 of cash within the said thirty (30) days shall being the sixth----- annua installment of
    5\t.. III NE'4 and EI, of NlV1i of \,: less:\------------:0 6 19 1: R. W. leLd ____ 400 San bear interest at the rate of six (6) per centum i a- in tins crr'ifcate'mnepaland -

    EI, ____________._________________:.I R 22 11 \\'. A. King __00_ 7.15NW'i S'i 0' ( per annum from the date of the first publication I intt..st. SI".ili".1

    of + __--__________-_____ : R 22 40 R. D. Clayton _._______ 4.4i side 01 N\\ and 11 A on W of the said resolution aforesaid. The .By. ______ ________ _.____
    S\t SWIG NEii ___ __ --------
    _____ __ 4.416AinSEcorofN'2of --------- __-22 19 Hall 501 65') Town shall in of default of u
    SWtj 01 NWi .________ _______21 8 2: 41 Dais Donlty SE'i of NE', and SW' of 4 1:4 :1:1. payment TrlBwnr. Tovn of Starke. Florida.
    NV'4ofNw'i IEI any when it becomes due. alsohave

    ____unhnh__________.25 8 22 5 Walter Donley ________ 2.09 N'1.'s8, of W NW'16 A and NI 01 SEl ______2: 6 19 IH B. J. Roberts _____ 4' 55'1 the right to declare all outstanding installments Stake, Honda.19__

    NW'i of SE'. --_______ __ ____' R 2: 40 Unknown 000 -____ 4.4. SV''i and .EI of or and XI_ oC as immediately due and payableand RECEIVED OF-------------------------___
    : SElj and all the um of------------
    1 9 80 Melrose Manufacturing same shall be payable and tnfor'EabJein ILLRi.

    Lou 6 ___ ___ __ s -- Co. _____-______ '.1 SEI. of EII 8 and W 01 all respects as I.rdinar City tnt or otherwise being the seventh annual installment .r principal -
    / branch -- -------------__________-23: 6 1: 2'j; Calvin Mutt &t _601 11)1 as provided by ; pr\'ided. however and interest as FI.'itj d in this certificate
    W'. of NE' and E'2 of NV' of indebtedness.By .
    B. G. Tn Collector. i and it shall be lawful for the respective owners
    DOWL X-EI.. of SW I : _____________
    --- ---------_____-24 6 19 2"0 Bank of Lake But- of any property so assessed for such improscmnt .
    lee _____________ 61'1 ,ana in the sum of Fifteen Dollars ({15)r Treasurer Ten of Star:. Il!.>rida.Starke. .

    NW' of 8\1. and EI" of SW'. more, at any time within thirty (30) days Florida. __________19__
    and SI. of NWt1 _________________:9 r 19 200 J. F. Douglass ____ 6:0 700SE' after the first publication of the said resoution RECEI\ED OF _.-._
    TOWN TAX NOTICE.I I. of NW' and 7 .\ in F cor : to file with the Town Clerk of the ""he sum of....DOLLARS.

    rf SWI. of'I and (' Town of Starke. Florida, a written applica- being the eighth I inrlalmert! ft principal -

    SW'6 6 1\1 Si D. N. Harris ______ 3:1 4041NEI tOi to the To\'n requesting the pr'il.vt to and interest annuL I Hil..l in this certificate

    NOTICE is hen.by given that the following described lands wi 1* sold at Pul.Auctim. except 6 l in SE eor 1"'ing pay such assessment in inftalm'nts. of indtMedness.By .

    the First Monday in it being the 4th day said month Start. in 4AEandi'byl'ANantiS -'.ml i! contain a statement or blue's -.-.. ,
    on S.tl'ml'r.1lli. \of Ry _______________' 19 154 Jas H. Tomlinon ) 7m1 (
    --- 9 '
    the e.mnty of nra ( Fllrilla. or so much thereof as will be necessary to par the -- -- 1 or other convenient descriptions of the prop- Treasurer To vn of Starke. FlrndaStarke .
    I.ml SEll of SE'. and VV''; of SE'i ______21! 6 I 1:0 G. W. S. Rare __ Gnu'
    amour doe for rein S.t o\o.ite the same together with the cost of such sale andadvertising1. E' n 510 E t"> Hf the antilicant assirtd for the con- Florida, _______ n1 .
    .I NE'6- f'') W. T. RII\'I _____ 301 411, ruction of said improvement and state that RECEIVED OF-------------------------- : .

    SILAS KITE Marshal and Collector. <\1. If NE'i. --------------------t) 6 19 41 N. D. Wainwright l.j) 150 tl"] plirant and pn-'trty: owner waives any the sum of. _
    anti F'" of NSW, and S\\'I. and all irregularities of defenses jurisdict onal [011.\1: I

    of NWti. and SI, -__________-_____ 6 2G 600 J. W. Townsend __2010 2400N' or e>trerwi-e. in the proceedings to construct I tin'- the ninth innua: ins'allmen prn-
    T R OWNER T& C of lols I cipal and interest as s( in this c.-tit'at.
    DESCRIPTION S A 4 5 t and N' of SI pof said ;ipipin-tments far which said assessments .cif..1

    Lot 11 1$ L. T. _. Co's add ______2t 6 _nt E. E. Alderman _______ 1.51lis lots 4 and 5 __________:___-____ 6 1 2') 160 T. J. DI.kle ________ 611 .0" ">avr I-HM levied, i/r the apportionment of thee ')f btedness.By __ _
    Bk N' SE'i and SElj of SEl' ______ 9 20 120 I' A. Williams ____ 400 5410NW' .
    i 2 and X' of lot 5 in June-s I ft thereof : that the ",,ilicant and pn'pcrty Treasurer To'. 0' Starke. ri rida. ,

    ___.. .__ _n __oo _2* C :2 Mrs. E C. Crf0 -- 16.5". SI.. and SE'4 8 except and W Iii:-, A __1 2' .5 \'. E. Sa"p ________ 60 1,111 O\.r sortie to raai,1 as-..m'nt in ten Starke, Flori/a..n _________"_19__
    Beir at a point ."4 ft \of SN'cor If Ills I al lit 9 and 10i' equal annual installments w th inl.r.tlt RECEIVED OF. 11
    of Madison and limadway Sts and Nt. or lot 10 and S 01 lot 3 the rate of six l 16. per centum her annum.

    run W I': ft to Orange St. N 110ft. VV of inn: Branch ________________1' 6 20 :265 J. :. Rimes ______ 6"0 11WI. / X. such R"leati'n shall be. effective nor re the; sum the of---------------------tenth annual! irfallrrentrin DOLORS.bein t
    f : -
    1:1"0 ft. N1u'.ft.Ei9ft.S ( WI. an.1of Ny t.h..t fl.d by the Town Clerk if the tn- cipal and irterest as tpecifi-d this
    214 ft to pt of hl _____ _____28 6 22 Jat W. Eddy -------- .II S\\'II and \\. of SE'i ---___') I 2' 360 J. T. Reaves ______10 '} 1:11 a"ount ( such ass'ssmtnt. due to any of indt Ltednos.ly. in e.itkato i

    Lots 5678 talk 10 __u___.______ 21 6 2. Mrs. A. Floreus ________ 21.6" X' 01 EII and NE'i of WI.' ___,2.1 21 12'} Powell Smith Co __ 4:0 5.11 ,'r.\ious assessment for street improvementtr . ..
    Con at XE ear of1" of XW' of NV'i of S\\ Ij pas to A in SW ('oran.1 -" "er assi.ssel 1 against the same propertyor Treasurer-Town of Starke. IloridiuSECTION

    SE', of XE', and run W lug ft. SW', of SR'6 21 70 1. r. Brown _____ 2.4 :tsaNt. n.nminin. u'vaid. exceed the valuation

    S :215 ft. E t..., ft. X :245 fl. to ______________________________ 6 I 22 160 J S. Fernandez ___ 650 800 of said rromrtv.shal as shown by the laM certificafis of VIII.indibteibiess Upon the Hi issuance of the !

    __ __- ________ LoiS t : a 4 ; and N'. oC lots 6 and lax roll of the Town unless the owner shall. shall IK- retained Town arolail.i they
    kt 2 Blk 4J I. T. & ( .i a sub _00___u2 1 22 Julia Coodwine ________ 1.51 \s I 9 10 1 12 __:____________ 6 7 20 840 G. W. Hazen2200 252' I IK fore making such a""Iiati"n. pay in cash the Town Treasurer by the in a and "lr.it..1l.ih and

    Tract lots C ) Blk: 2 Wynn'i and EI 2 :_ 01 lot 4 and all into the Irlaul' of or County any separate fund known as the "Imjir-sp.ei..1. it.ientFurd.
    \nl S'
    __ I lot 5 and 0 6 and all lots
    add ---_ _-. -_---__- ----_-- : such excess or unpaid assessments over the :' and 'he certificates i"eposited.
    2'" A land bounded E by l'rtl. St 23 6 22 R. C Heiberper ----- :.8:I :lot I and Ni', of lit 9 and N'. of aiiiatinn as shown by such last tax mil torte but for alai"t an aiteri'gate amount -nut>i in- I
    and N
    S by Madison St. W by land of II 12 A oC S': of lit on account of any such outstanding .
    10 _________________:_______ ____ n."ll.d excess thl'rer. the Town shal i..uo ill.m'tnt \. l
    Davis and N by'I" Sec line __ __29 6 22 L. M. Little ____ 8.41 ---- __ j 7 21 492 J. :I Shaw Sr 100 1:5S L.menlS bonds in such firm detail- by r
    I. of SE': and SE' 01 NWi ____ F. Fowler ______ 31)11 .t,1
    *i A land com at SW. cur Myrtle. -10 21 12' 4"1 SECTIS That upon the expiration of Ord nonce be prescribed : '
    SEI of NE", ______ W. R. Warren ___. 120 200NE' may as al"l.riZI
    and :Madison Sts and run S 105 ----------- 15 7 20 4" (10) days. within which suchtsikkmenN l.y Chapter 6t4.. I awt (.f Florida. 11 I
    ft. \ 105 ft. S 105 ft, \\ 105 ft. of SW' ----------------------_ i 20 40 R P. Lewis ______ 1:0 2UI are payable without interest SECTION IX. That in e.-der tn aff.r-l> the
    X ft. E 210 ft to tee __________29 6W' 22 L. M. Uttle ______ 4.50 S'. of S\\I. of :NE'i and Sd. oC th.rt shal be issued against each piece of either .
    property interested
    owners or arsons
    ; of lots 1 2 and all lots 3 4. SE'4 of NW' and NE'4 of S\I pro'. assessed certificates e>f indebtedness noli't of the '.- -f this: O..'mance II
    Blk 1'. and \\''.. of lots 12 and and NW' of SEI, less 3 A which shall therein indicate the description and to provide ample.r" opportunity C,.' objections

    all k.ts34Blk-1 L 1.&Cu'ssub Bragg Branch and 2 A for D.dan of the property A-sessed. the name of the ( by them against the "nforcemint of therequirements .

    __._;_________________________ 28 6 :22 D. P. Pullum _______24.4: ..m.ter ---__----_________________ i 20 130 Sulu Chester &t 300 450 owner thereof if the total amount
    Com at NE cor of W' of NW1, of lot _________ _________________ 3 7 21 50 J. R. Irice ______ 125 151 assessed. te Inon.installment in each Clerk shall immediately herein .contained the, thTown and 1
    upon panxe
    SE', of NE' and run: W ion ft. of S\\I, and SI" of SE'4 and and the date when the tame payable of this Ordinance the Trwn Council
    fur po nt of bttr. thence W loo F'2 01 NE'i 01 SEl ---------_____1'2 7 21 lR) T. F. :lan.el ____ 51 lOI the raid certificates shal bear interest at the approval and enrollment thireeif nn the -

    ft. S 307 ft. E H>0 ft. X :209 f WI" 01 NE', and NE'i, of 1\1 rate of six |per cent 10 per .nt rer annumunti of the t"l Town punish tlis Ordinaire rt.or.l '

    to M ____--_____--____ _____2* 6 22 Richard R.'nold_______ 4 SO and NW' of SE'i ---------_______l7 211M I. L. O..II.n ____ 41,) 5'10S'I laid and shall 1.t made payable at Ht a week for four consecutive weeks in ont the(
    LoU .47 and Parts of Ills 6 and of NE' and Frae NSV'i -____ 7 :1 la David Jones'______ 501 600S't "rict of Town Treasurer 'n the Town of Bradford County published

    8 Elk 1+ ____n_______ _________:! 6 22 W. H. RIMTS &t _____ 48.nnStarke of NE' except 1 lit to Barry Starke. Ilrad'urd Countv Florida, and each in the TJT TtII'I'I.h.of StarVe a, newsra Bradfo-1; ''..nn--
    All lilk 4 S of lUilroad Spur ________: 6 22 Canning Factory__ 11.43 and I Jot to J. T. 1.1.tlaee and 5 .
    Lots 1 2 Elk 4: and lots _' : Blk A in S\ cur of NW'l of SWI one two. thne.: four f\f. six. s'tn. eight. 5th day of September 1li'unci. \il!lour I of J

    4t. L, T. & Co's sub _--____ --2S 6. 22 Ci-orge Scott Coll ______ 2.4: and of :\1 ltss 1 A in nine anti ten years after ', each installmentf 7-30 0' P. meet at its ti'arenf
    6 A land in NE cur of SE' of SE :SE 'or and S\\ S\\'I. -------29 1 21 124 C. B. Roberts _____ 700 900tV' principal and interest to be paid! annually ('lok.in :I low "f Star r"lu t.r, I
    t hear
    less \ A in NE cur bunI..d E of :SEI of NE'4 and \\. Jf until f-e ful amount of said ctriieah.hal mtliol and!.a'oLjt'e

    by Sec line dividinl s 21 NE'4 lees 4 A. in NW cor _______ 5 7 2: 56 Dr. be .ai.1 the owner of the I'ro consider tions (aid may d.t.mlilt lI fi'id any in writing j> ith the-

    n, S by S. .\. >, W by hutch ger. 150 2"NE' lin. the -triet so paved shall ha\'t the Town Council on or bef.r' the i.it' t

    .place in Everlj's add _____-________28 1 22 .1..1. Wainri rht ________ 12.li : 01 Sand SI or \\, and rilh to pay the amount assessed against named, which urv-J. by h..1 r.
    Blk Temples add -----------------2'"i 2: Mrs. Eunice Canota ____ 6'.75 FI, of S\\'I, ----0 ___ 7 1 22 16' Jos. W. l'reatt __0 550 65" piece of property so a-scssjd in cash owner other may b iritrre-sted any H\rty:
    or pep-eili aira -
    1 105 f Mquar in SW cur of S\\j of S\V'4 ---------- -______: 7 :2 4( S. B. W"dard ____ 125 2uI : as otherwise herein r-rovid.d. or at any time enforcemint of the rieiuinment- th s Onli-th. :

    SWlj of S\\'lj __._ nU ______" 6 22 E. W. Drivers Et ___ l.SO of SE'1 h__ __ ____ ____ I ht "o desires by paying the amount tine to nonce at which time the said Town :
    5 A in SE cor of SE', of SE'9 6 2: Mr*. A.- E. Drill"r____ 1.l>5 S'of :SWI, ecl'pt 10-91.100 A 27 7 :! 40 S. n W.olanl ____ 125 200 ether with accrued interest th"lon. provided if it deems that justice o- right C''J'i

    Lots 5 6 7 8 Elk 4. Alvarez's add2H 6 2: :I n\\ld r __________ 4.6: 0..1 to I""a Manning Aug. 21. that should the right of redemption Ire same shall repeal, amend cr confirm..Iir the pro-

    -------------------------------I'! :2 66 Fred Clo\r.tle __ 1502" exercised by the l"E.ry owner l.t..n the \sions of this Ordinance provided Invever.that .

    dt..s when the installments bnm. due. theninteret nn such inrfa- the
    shall be aid hire-on until the next' I am'ndJ.n .hll
    amount to special; a.-.?. against
    . L .
    PUBLIC NOTICE. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + estimated cost per foot front to the property sure.' edt>ir installment! The period.certificates of indibtrd- j.roperty. .
    ECTIO1. Passed on this lit diy of .\ t. IMS.
    the said 2.90.
    abutting street to { UIU
    + LEGAL NOTICES ,iB) Walnut street to .paved twentysixi2Si ".- i"u.d. shall lie in substantially the E S MATTHEWS.
    following form, to-wit. Attest nairman e-f C ,uncil.
    : >
    feet wde: I brick gutters
    NOTICE is hereby given to all concerned that the Board of County Commissioners in and ffffff + + + + fffff ) from the indudina'itrif.d sidt on street UNITED STATES OF AMERICV ( A-. nTCI.

    for Bradford County Florida bitting at I Bar of Equalization, on Monday July 24th, 1916 PUBLIC NOTICE.BE to the North side of Ninth Stre .t. The total STATE OF FLORID1BRADFORD ,
    and ('ont'nuinK as such from day to day Wednesday. July 27th. l1<16, made the following IT REMEMBERED. That at cost of the said work to be COUNTY Approved this :2nd day 'f August 1"1.:
    a regular doinl
    changes the tax rolls on file with the County Assessor of Taxes. Further notice i given meeting of the Town Council of the Town of The estimated eta.t per foot front to the IMPROVEMENT CERTIFICATE OF IN C f. HOOVFIC.

    that the Board of County Commissioners will be in session on Monday. September 1916 Starke, County of Bradford. State of Florida, property abutting the said street to be $"_.49. DEBTEDXESS. :Mayor Town Starke fl.ridi.SEALi .
    to Mar complaint*. if any there be. why the valuations as fixed: t>> them not stand. held Issued 5-4-t:
    Attest : J. B. CREWS.W. bbal. on the 1st day of August. A. D. 1'Mfi. iCi :Ninth Street to be paved tw.nty. h by _.
    -- --- --
    at its regular place of meeting in said Townat ((26) feet wide brick TiE TOWN OF STARKE -
    gutters -
    T. WEEKS Chairman Board County Commissioners lncuding'itrifed NOTICE OF FOR TDFEII
    Clerk. Bradford County Florida.DESCRIPTION 7:30 o'clock p. m.. there being then and i from Iht Wet Strict THESE PRESENTS CERTIFY and make UNDER APPLC.UWS CHAPTf.R
    there present the following members of said to the East s de of Cherry Street. The total known that the Town of Stalk( Bradford SECI or I nORmA I
    ( : of said be County Florida has erased this
    'ounei cost doing the work to t5.20HO. certificate ofndibtidness
    And.w. Jr., S. A. Bryan E. S. The total estimated cost per foot front to the to L issued under and t.y'iltl.. I.tit. is hereby Ii' tn that O W Thoma
    purchaser of Tax C.
    No. F". dated
    Matthews J. W. White J. C. Wills. of Chapter :: Laws of rifrat.
    Xone. Absent. prtgerty abutinl the said street to be $2.4' Florida. 1915. being the 3rd day of AUlw .. 1<*14, has filed
    : SECTION II. it has been ascertained an act extending and .nlar"inl the powers said cert ficate in my t and has application -
    At Tht
    which meeting certain of the Town ofjr. ma't
    proceedings were of Sta'ke. and Chap' 'r e'La t.
    C and determined the total Cost of the entire for tax deiil iut in accordancewith .
    had among which were the "s of : when certificate ishereby f
    7. = : NAME RAISED wit Councilman Willis folowing. to, improvements to be s constructed is them forda. 1'15. law. Said certificate .ml.laC. the fol- ,
    : .
    : Ordinance and after Pltnttd a (.rain of !Q ::0..6. That of the total (Mt fv a tn superior to all other 1"1! d'-scrihe-d proi i.rty situated in Bradford .
    : a its being read th. liens, save and except taxes against the fol- .
    Town of Florida shall lay tht County to vit E'y ( SW, and
    # /. : From To Clerk, moved that the Rules be suspended and ( described real estate, situated in the Flr.rra.
    t the I I cost of eO'strueinl al street intersections and nwinJ SW", of ,, Sec- 4. ". S. R -' K. 1-0 :
    c < unan mous consent of all members present ''one-th Town of Starke, to-wit : Ir .
    of constructing acres. The said land assessed at the
    K be obtained 'ot l"inl
    to consider the Ordinance .
    : asmad ---------------- -- ------ ----------------
    improvements on the streets to be improvedexclusie date of the issuance nf ( e. in the
    without .ferrt same to the CmmU.; aforesaid in the sum of .DOLLARS. rifcft. I'
    SW': of XW, and S'.. of SWl, __ 20 4 19 120 W. S. Croft ______ 360 400 on Rules Ordinances : the raid of the street intereetiona lawful money of the I'nitid Plates of America name of UNKNOWN Unless e'rifcatl -
    remaining two-thirds of the total cost to
    frori'ing to law.
    SW>, of S&I. and SE', of NW'4and motion being seeondtd by Councilman Bryan, the same being the amount assessed shal I. r.-ror.1 I
    assessed the abutting theaiti I isMiithereon the I2th day of
    XE1, of SW, and XW, e-f the Chairman stated the motion and called to property alutt against the said property flr.. ____ _____._ __I on September :
    to the property A. D., 1916.
    NSEli:1: 4 19 1*') J. J. Hodges ____ 600 700 for an a't and nay vote and the motion stl.t on..third -- .
    p. each side thereof. V''n'm" ifcial; signature and this
    N'- .: S\\'li ____24 4 19 KO Nathan Hurst _____ 450 fiflO \aitd. each of the said Councilmen toted ave ng SECTION III. That upon the completion of said assessment -h i i.L; made and d iv! the Huh' day of AUI A. n.. I<>1<-...1 I
    N1N I. ofI. of SE' of sad Thereupon. Town
    and mlliol Council the construction work aforesaid and the as- levied by the of the Town nf j I W. T. WEEKS
    SW'4'of SW, ------- ___________34 4 19 200 W. S. Croft _______ 600 700 man Andrews moved that the Ordinance IKa Starke. as nqu.d hla,. and is payable at r' .
    of the actual chargeable r icuit Pm.lford ,. Flor-
    c.rtainnitnt cot rro.t
    pi ( <
    -' of NE'4 and SW'4 of XE, and 'At.i.-d. the said! motion beinl seconded by and inordir the ofitt of the Town Treasurer of saidTown. rcr Cour.

    Lot 4 (.r. S'. of SW, and SE'i __30 4 19 34* \V. S. Croft _-____.1143 1300 ,| founciman! White, and thtn and ther put t" front that the to the Town abutting Council property lie properly a'r has Lien divided into ten equal ida. .iSEVLi Ml-5t 1

    SW'I4. of NE'f and SE' ____________2: 4 19 30 \V. S. Croft _____.1140 1500. a vote of the "ayes" and "nays. the mil and difnittly; ad a* to may the amounts topecia'ily annual payments, ,.asal.lt to the bearer in j _______ I
    'E'4 of N'E', l.-ss S M \ and XW Ming the said .i..e six j
    cal..d. was unanimous two. thl" eight '
    Orinantf i, there is .n. f't. st'tn. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TDEFII
    ', of NE', and :N'E', of XW, ____ 9 5 18 110 S. G. Smith _______ 400 450 by a ".1. members of a.. h"I.by a'J.inl.NI nine and ten years date, respectively,
    E'f Of XW, ._ _...______ __________10 5 IS S-0 X. E. Pearce -_____ 300 350 the Council rn..nt. each of the said mem- \ F. Harley.] Town Engineer shal with interest on the aLOe principal 1:11 4e8.
    that af'ont. LAWS OF FLORIDAY"tiiu I
    V, cfN'W'1, ---- ----- __ ___;10 5 13 !fl S. G. Smith _._____ 300 350 Irs voted "aye" and thr being no votes tar..fulh' and 4 uul'b apiM.rfon tart I' at the rae of six ,6 per eent per cent peranm.m 's that K A ';
    cat to to indifferent
    SV\I4 of NE', and SE', of XW'Jnd "nawhich ai,1'ote is recorded as follows "h. .nliN pieces: of 1.1 81tial1y a-I".e bya.d payable: annual). is undo ,t.1'l purchaser h.y I".n C. No-1" ""ennedy..
    NE'4 of 10'n..fu..1 .. rikat. .al.1
    SW'and NWIof : pro. .
    that the assessed
    'rty sgiven
    :J OWn 1110 the lay e.f Aug: .. a, filed ,
    SEt. -----.- ..-____--__-___12 I 13 160 D. W. Williams ____ 50H f.V "AytccJ.. W. Andn'.Jr.., S. A. Bryan iaiprmimentwho ) !'I'"arp an the right to pay or redeem the total 11.1 oTice. 1911. 4
    .ment roll indicating the name- -: nl 11 m. and r .' made
    t. of XW, and. :X"" of S\\.t. __14 18 120 :I I. Nettles ____ 3*) 4:0 E S. Matthivvs. J. W. White. J. C. Wills. of a-.e the if known, the th.rtn descriptions of "i 11.lan.Jin. indtitt! .h.- die on this certifl- !j rlteate tax iced 1 \>i issue :

    ;, of NE", and N':. of SEl ____23 I 18 120 Raulerson ___ 4'W Sop Nays-None. the owners abuttmir the said improvement rate at any tim. before maturity by paying 11'1rati'n. with law'. S:id mhraces aCe"II-
    W t. of XE' and .. > said Ordinance is in property Towns Treasurer /.e. r..rfrale
    N\V'i and X' ofS'lj the following i> the of said Town
    be thtu.t '
    and to the number of front bet the 'ieerted nre.perty "': ated in '
    E1" of ----- ________________I___-_3 6 19 320 D. W. Hancock __1000 12'W words and figures, to-wit: each lot or a parel.s't11 land contain, the amount of the unpaid installments of r-m-j j i fol'Junl I cjunty, Flor ila. to wit: rom at !

    EI.t"I't J .\ on E side of Ordinance No. 86. fat front chargeable and the rival toother with a'CIII.o interest on the to NE Cor of SE', of .4 and run S. 161
    NE'4 of SE', ----_________________32 5 18 78 Jesse J. Beilhng ._ 200 250 I ORDINANCE PRO\IH\T FOR THE CONSTRICTION total,per amount to be so specially th.nIo. ed. which tal unpaid principal to next interest ravP rdthence W 20 s.> tN-nre X. : .

    S'SW.'j of S\\'I. __ __un_ ___________ 3 I 19 40 P. H. Wiiam___ 100 150 OF CERTAIN STREET IMPROVEMENTS aid essme-nt roll as soon after a.'o the completion -, ':' li ri'.1 In case of non-payment of any thence E. 20 rds to M o of I*?. See .'. rr.. j

    VV' of 8W11 _n_._ ___._____________ 6 19 80 J. C. Crws 200 300 IX THE TOW OF of the work of the said Town Eng'mir interest or any installment upon this certi- R J'. 'o acn. Th said! land .int:assessed
    I' of NW, and :NE', 01I., __ 7 5 19 112 J. C. Crews _____ 250 400 STVRKE FLRIH.SO: THE ASSESSMENT shall practicable! shall be fit. d ly him when rut and I.a'ahlt. it shall be op- fi '1e date of theis.'nar.ce af such

    E's of of NWt4 -- ----_ __ _________10 I 19 SO P. H. Williams 300 41') OF OF THE TOTAL as with the b Town who .shall consider ti""al'ith holder h..r.f to consider the in the name of Mrs C X. I'a'nt.!.rifeatp s

    NE' and SW, of XE', and COST THEREOF AGAINST THE PROPERTY and if CounCi. correct shall then whole of said sum expressed in this certificate raid certificate shall be iwleemed according

    NW'i SE', of N'W, and E". of SE', __1 I 19 240 J. D. Knight 840 10M ARUTTIXO AND FRONTING THE titter fame pie-s a RESOLUTION bE thereinthe is immediately I due and payable with .nt.r.st 'to i law. tax 11.0 will) i.vie thereon on the

    of SW, 1-ss 1 A to school SAID IMPROVEMENT.BE information contained .mb.dyin.a to date. 1:-. dav of Seriten Ur ,A. D., IJU.itmi .
    and X 5 A of SW '-, of SW" ____ 21 5 19 44 C. A. Hazen J. tht t.m..nrl. < .
    / I IT ORDAINED BY THE TOWS COUNCIL the amount foot front IN WITNESS-WHEREOF. The Town (.1' \\ my oft,.ill sirri.tture andeat this
    H. Sandlm 120 1 OF THE TOWN OF finl d..fnit. 1'1 has is.ued thm certificate and i the of .\uif-st. \. T < .
    \ STARKE. IX ( to .ath parcel of land thi rein !all. eaueoj j !'th day >. 1 IK.
    of 'halul.lt
    \T XE', __ "4 5 19 40 W. J. A. Johns 150 200 W.
    ---- THE
    -- STATE OF FLORIDA to be signed by T.
    sad same Mayor
    A1l'! N11 : described. Upon the ta''a'e of the t\ a.t"Mt.d :
    of and"XE'Tcf"
    ? SE, SECTION 1. That the following stmts. or resolution and NAw'4 s of I'ubl.c road __31 5 19 70 John C. Brown 200 300 I r
    ---------- portions thtlof lung end being situate with property owners whose is hereunto affixed, and this certificate to II '. eIt
    *r- and SE'' of NE>4 and SE', _.36 5: 19 353 J. W. Townsend __1100 11 in the of NW'4 of SE'4 ___ _u______ 1 .0 10 e II' M. More Florida improved by the construction of b Depj-y;ri-".
    i Mrs.rell of
    they ---- -- C
    b file any CT any th.m. may -- -- ------------------------- I
    ------------ 30 10-) asphalt in such form and t..lest Town Florida .SEAL,
    manner the of the of Starke. i "
    X1 of lot 7 and all lot 8 ____________ 6 I 20 120 Mrs. X. E Roberts I is 1. Ja'inl. the plans and specification as ,, desire and to the anintl apportionment levy of the assessment same ATTEST: I .l-f

    ------------ 480 600 came on file with the Town Clerk of ____ ___ NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE .
    vO\'Hninl the different I I0
    SE'4 of NE' among piECe property ahll-I ---------------- ---------
    and EI e.f :XW of NE'4 which are hereby formally adopted bv ting and fronting the streets ordered Clerk, Town a Starke. Florida..l' Six months. after this .date. to-wit O! the29th :
    = 4 Pe\t 4 A in the Town relative thereto, the said 4 day of January 117.! I will i-r.iwnt to
    X\ corner a! XW Counei improved by this Ordnance, they shall at once jrrnceed j (Back of Certificate) j I
    ( ; .
    ( .\\''. of- ?El. and S 4T5 cor !'.\.e.nt. of Trading curbing, to publish said resolution at lust I Xu-nber____________ i the Honorable corv. A. Gardiner a County :
    < run and as s therein required. The Judge of Flonda. vouch-
    !t.E1O50ft.S2'.O ra\inl said each week for two consecutive w..ks.1| $ Ctur 1. try
    ft. E265ft.N .nte ----------------- ;
    .60 ft. W 1320 stIL or parts thereof being as follows, and shall therein name a day not less than j era and final accounts at executor ef the last ..
    b to-wit : I will and of W. H. Rivers.
    after the first thereo'
    thirty days j
    *f SEt, except S 560 __________l I 20 235 T. J. Andrews n__ 750 950 'A' Call street to be raved thirty (30tf which time the Town Council publication will meet andconsider STATE OF FLORIDA I and ask to I* an such ey.utor.d..c..I. .

    NA't4 of N'E', ..._.___________;___. I 20 40 Mrs. Emily DwlEl' )- *t wide 'including vitrified brick luU.rl'' at any objection that may be on BRADFORD COUNTY | This the Hst dis'lrt day (f Jaly. 1916. i
    ing ___ ___. 150 250 fled IMPROVEMENT OF IX- .
    of n_ from the West side of Bay street to the East or before the date therein named by CFTFCAT J. E. F-TCf. .
    lE' W'1 of N't'i of fide of Cherr street. The total cost of doing interested the proposedto Executor of the laM Will and ,,. ?( I

    -----------________________36 I 2 100 X. D. Green ------ 350 450 J the work to b 1391632. The total b levied.against Any prcperty a"sment owner or any per- Issued by +i W. H. Rh.tr. decf,-*.! 726mo. !





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    !_< - 0 : Tuesday afternoon i.g for the betterment of them and ian and i
    r. .. I happy.
    f. --- -4\1 ; their children, would respond to this She
    : HAMPTON. I i Mr. Warren Bloodsworth visited t leaves to mO'I'-J her
    0 :intives ill Lautey Sunday. :,j.-e as freely as he has sacrificed absence, a less

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    County News Item We regret to chronicle the death of i visiting his nephew, Mr. R. II. Wca- building churches in their mid-t. 'l fort: '! i'J on Page 4.)

    :. ,. the infant son of Willie Hunt which I' ver, here this week. sufficient funds would be realized for .- --

    \, died at the home of his grand parents, I :Mr. M. X. Padgett, of Macclenny, the completion of the church. L I H I HPMJpt

    btttrMtinf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our Mr. and :Mrs. H. W. Harvey last Sun was visitor to Raiford Sunday. The mercantile establishment of :Mr.
    I :Mrs. S. \\'. Smith and two little G. \V. Wainri ht at this place i is doinga

    Regular Correspondents., day.Mrs.:: J. H. Twiggs, of Bushnell! was daughters, Kathleen and Sarah spent most: thriving Lusintshandling: Coed

    the guest of friends here Sunday. last week visiting relatives in Jacksonville clothing, shojs:, hardware f-rnituro.: .

    :Mrs. F. A. Scott, of Starke, was \ returning Sunday to their soft drinks or a number of o'.n.'r articles ,

    c ,;. .j + i, :\1t> (;. C. Wooten and EnochGrillis here and in nowise interfere with .
    i 8j's.
    4i Crosby, of Brooder, were visitors to Mr?. Scott is in the (employof enville. Texas, writes: "For ,
    located here.A .
    ( of State Board of Health. j of Lawtey, were business visitors the business now nine I I
    . I LONG imiDGE. s. New River last Sunday. the ((9)) yens, suffered with!
    I II series of meetings began at
    i here Tuesday.Editor .
    :. '! ., Mrs. Grace Coleman, of Sebastian, Rev. John Mullady is engaged in 1 womanly trouble. I had ter.

    i ; !' !> !' '!- !' '!. :. ( and :Miss Sadie Clemmons of Wauchu ministerial work at Graham this J. F. Lewis and Hon. A. I D. Heilbronn! Baptist church Wednesday rible he::dtches. and pains fa
    will continue for several:
    evening and
    Andrews, of Raiford, visited Lake
    j Mr.: Gurney Crew made a short la! were the weekend guests of Mrs.J. I week.I at the 1 Butler Tuesday to meet with the days. All are cordially invited to at- my back, {te. It seemed u g
    I The regular appointment
    trip to Raiford Sunday. i| H. Bennett. I would di?,1 suffered so. AI!
    i filled last Sun- board of directors of the Bradford tend tho-e meeting?
    i A large crowd of the Long Bridge I 1 :Mrs. Ola Rutledge and children, ot Baptist church was on I County Fair. The debate Fiii'ay! uftinno tvhu-n last, I deeded to try
    Waldo. an
    I Rev. Ridenour of
    J folks attended the fish-fry at Sampson Brooksville, arrived Saturday after- day by the woman's tonic, p
    J Bro. Ridenour made good impression Mr. Chesley I Smith left Sunday to was :Steam: and Steam {'IIIl'S'S
    \ Lake Saturday i night. i noon. She will spend a few weeks here his I join the United States army. Duns; and Ammunition was handed helped mt right away. The
    the and sermon -
    and : F. :.Merritt and i 1 with her parents, Mr.: and :Mrs. W. T. on
    .f i II r. Mrs.; It. compliments.Miss | A surprise party was given by the down! nr a tie. full treatment not only helped
    I I I family were the guests of :Mr. and Turner.Mr. Lir.nie many Hutcheson and Mr. E. little gills of Raiford. to the litt1cdal'ghtt The fame'! HeiUuoon tpniga are me, but cured me."

    It Mrs: : :M. :M. Drake, of Raiford: Sun- : Dennis Andrews, of Raiford, in nowise losing t'l-ir' popularity judging "
    Seley of Archer, were married Sun- rs of Rean Mrs.t W. L. )1\- \ !
    \ visitor to New River Thursday.Bro. ,
    ; i 5 day.News | ia day and at present making their : eihtieet, at their home Tuesday: night, from the throngs/ of tourists and TAKE
    i : came to Mr.: Ben: Sapp's family Mullady: of Hampton, will begin home at Archer.Joseph i I after which the little ladies participated others wl.o daily visit them.If .

    I '. last Thursday that George I). a protracted meeting at Long I wish stroll that
    a pleasure
    .J in strawride by
    chaperoned you
    t > f 1 : Youngblood of Theressa: a
    Bridge, on :Monday night, August 2l.Everybody
    r J 1 Fletcher was killfd and roMx-d in attend. lost his little girl on Saturday of last :Mr jful Mrs. W. II. Harrell. brings, 'CarduiThe

    : : Jacksonville. Mi.: Sapp had partlyiipd invited to week from blood poisoning. I "ome view the display of Natures '

    '. him and the entire family was t ; .. !' -!> 1, '?' '!> Frank McElwee and wife, Geo. T. II.I I. :" : ;- ; ;-. ";, ;. ;', :. ;", :. ..- ,: ,;- hand,
    i shocked at the news. The letter was Where mossy-glenned parks with crystal -
    Case and wife, Ipft here in their Overland '
    l P written ,by Fletcher's "rothl'r.11'; i" GIIAIIAMEverybody car Saturday for Susquehanna, iIEILIRO'r springs Roman's lc
    M..1. went the next train for ;Make a paradise in this flowery
    F: Sai'p on m Pa. They will pass through Waycros.s -
    s .; ,e' + ;. !. ; ',.6... land.
    Jacksonville but failed to find any .. Charlotte, Washington, Gettysburg / / Cardul
    t ; ! !' + yelps women in time

    f trace whatever of the boy's body, norcould :s busy pulling fodder and other points of interest en- I lit f ,:'tli" ir iliii I cornrt.uj.i'y.' is i.Actl-I of greatest need, because it
    < > s \ $ &
    ) h? locate his! brother.Mr. and setting strawberries. Cotton is route. We have been advised that i l'!nt'h, the exce,1ioi: of a few "'Id Ii contains ingredients which act

    ; ?"d 1 ;Mrs. Rr.y Rol*>rts, of (Iraham tegining to open now and Mr. C. B. they were forced to spend Sunday in till .-" I tt-ny growers, "'.ho are doings : *1. .; specifically: ; yet gently on the

    were guests at the home of Mrs. Roberts! was paying ten cents per Waycross; Ga.. because they do not 'one unnecessaryori. v.ng: J because ftth LAKK ISUTLEK.t Ii weakened womanly organs

    Rnborts' grand parents. Mr. and :Mrs. pound for Seed cotton last Saturday.G. sell gasoline! there on Sundays, and ; r i'iy' weather. So, if you feel discouraged
    / 1* 1Q 1- /*> 4. S .4t fo (i> ? S> B..1. Sapp. last. Saturday and Sun W. Stone has a full supply of their: supply! had failed them. I, Among thos-j who attended the fetial blue, cut>>of-sorts, unable to
    :Mrs. W. E. Middleton is spendinga Death of Mrs. )lurJ>h)'.
    day. Irish potato seed for sale at 50 cents at the tent church Sunday were do Jiousehold work
    your oo .
    i: Mis i Elva Lev Crews was visiting per bushel. week in East Florida, the guest of : Iessrs. Percy, Otto and Wardell The reaper lath, came into the .account cS your condition,,stop ,

    relatives in Raiford last. Friday. Rev. John Mullady: spoke here last relatives. I I Wainright, Xewn :Mott, Ellis McCormick home of Mr. John Murphy Monday: and
    ; ::: give Carded .
    of Orlando Monday night to a very large and attentive Mrs. Saomi Haynes, of Waldo, and Prof. L. A. Davis. pv"ninyru\ tooK away his wife, :\Irs.Susl.n t
    Mrs. Plummer
    Mr. and I trial !It t has helped thousaodt
    week audience. He spoke on thesubject spent the week-end with Mrs. O. Miss Ethel Wilson of Lawtey, and Murphy, vh'j has been suffering f
    arrive next by I
    are expected to of YiOfirtn,-why not ?
    snitrt. to attend the marriage of IrgIonre'g of Patriotism.Mr. I Haynes. I Miss Beatrice Futch. of Jacksonville\ for a ]Ion? time. :Mrs. :Murphywas Try Cartful you E-7J I
    i Roy Roberts and wife visited were the pleasant guests at the :M. D,
    :\ sister. 73: years old and bore her suffering
    younger relatives at Xew River last Sunday. 1> 0 Carter home during the first of the 1
    i Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sapp and Mr. She to
    J. R. Bevill and W. H. Gurney visited week. faithfully. prayed pass

    i Ethan Sapp, of near Worthington, Lake Butler last Sunday.J. MILLER. Ii> : Mr. W. W. Wainright attended the away and to go to a home of rest

    ) were guests at the home of their par. wife Graham 1, 0n S
    D. Frier and were at party near Lawtey Tuesday night. ---- -
    -- --- -
    I ents.; Mr.] and Mrs. B. J. Sapp, last; this week on business. :, n r 1> nnp000000 0 Our school, under the able management ; ----

    t I Saturday. I Mr. F. M. Bevill spent Tuesday of Mr.] and Mrs] J. S. Brown motored of Prof. L. A. Davis and Misses[ .r jI.

    ; There'will be a series of meetingsat this week in Hampton. over to Lake City last Thursday. ]! Ros.sie Rosier and Dora Johnson, i is I I'I

    the Long Bridge school house next I I Prof. A. C. Crews is teaching a Wm. Johnson, of the Farmers and progressing nicely and we regret to I 1P

    week. Rev. :Mullady, of Hampton, private school at Graham.BROOKER. Dealers Bank, Lake Butler, was a Visitor see vacation for cotton picking so near
    I pA -
    will preach. Everybody come. I in our burg last Tuesday. at hand. ---:._- !

    41 ;' . . Mrs. Eugene Douglass, of Ellisville; iness in Starke on last Tuesday. : "..._ f.'

    & last Tuesday.Geo. I Mr. Orin Redish and Miss Pot --
    f I > II. Miller of Mr. and Mrs.
    HIGHLAND.Messrs. 9 son Johnson tok another pleasure drive on

    : an '? in

    : F. M. fond M L. Crews Worthington Springs, spent Saturdayin a bright and energetic boy and we purchased the immense wood turpen- i Start With Right Kind of Plants 'R

    were business visitors to Starke Wed Brooker, the guests of :Mrs. A. A. predict for him a successful career.B. I tine plant near here formerly operated -

    I' nesday. Hazen. E. Brown recently sold to J. S. by a Jacksonville!' concern, and Luscious strawberries, rich in color, delicious ii'flavor, large and sound,

    Miss Agnes Wilkinson returned :Mr.: U A. Wynn and family, of Howard a corload of beef cattle. Mr. I have transported it by way of mulesto are the kind produced by plant raised in the Tit gle nurseries at Pittsville -

    Tuesday from Lawtey, where she has Hampton, visited at the home of Mrs. Howard will fatten these cattle on the Farm at which place w? aroi.'ifoimad Maryland. Tingle plants mature early, jiCd( abundantly, and ire

    been visiting friends for several days. W. H. Pinholster, Mrs. Wynn's mother velvet beans before putting them on the plant is being installed.Mr. absolutely true to name. ;

    S G. E. Wilkinson, JrV, motored to last Sunday.Mr. the market. Drew Reddish is staying at I 4 In Florida Ute Tingle Plants

    Raiford Thursday.Mrs. Eury Knight, of Madison, visi- J. L. Brown's new residence is almost I Lawtey this week at the bedside of Northern Grown Plants Are B!% Money rt'.akenTingle

    H. C. Wimberly and Miss Wi:| ted relatives in Brooker last week. completed. Mr. Brown has his sister, Mrs. Lone, who is very Northern Strawb&ries from Tingle plants

    ifred Wimberly were visitors to Jack- :Messrs. J. M. Shaw, naval stores moved into it. I sick. true plants, reliable are and vigorous. plants areodforfrom nptof100O j jI

    t sonville Thursday.Mrs. man and T. R. Collins, our Post Master Hog cholera is playing havoc with I :Mr. Wardell Wainri ht made a trip frown Missionary: and Klondyke are favoran acre evt-fy season. Firston mar..

    : F. M. Crews and son, Andrew, have purchased Ford cars and hogs in this community. Mr. J. L. to Starke Saturday. I ites. Good shippers and fine flavor. ket, they always bring good prices. i iI

    spent Sunday with relatives at Max- joined the Tourist Club. Brown being the heaviest loser so far. I While at the tent church Sunday we Free Booklet on Strawberry growing i

    4 t. ville. I I :Mr. M. S. Hayes, the newly elected )Ir. and Mrs. I. ,E. Thomas visited I were most forcibly impressed with the'.I This attractively Illustrated booklet covers te selection or soil fertilising -

    Messrs.V.. :M. Wimberly and G. E. principal of the Brooker High School, their daughter, Mrs. W. M.: Thomas, fact that those people really need a :, spraying, cultivating picking, packing ttnd marketing. It telii f"
    has purchased city lot here and has Alachua last Saturday and Sunday.I about leading varieties and describes Tingle plains in detail Send today
    Wilkinson were visitors to Kingsley a at structure erected to take the place of for this book and price Hat 1j
    lake Sunday. I begun the erection of a handsome A. Thomas, of Midway, was in the piece of canvas; now being used.
    LEAMON G. TINGLE PittJVi1lt. Me!.
    506 Pine SL
    cottage. little town Tuesday. We !
    our i I I are further.led to believe h-tt
    .' .. !' . S> $> ,;, I Miss Sarah Jordon, of Guilford, ''if the many parties among whom Grower ol Choice Strawberry f I bnU n

    .' 0 was a week-end visitor at the Shriver 44444400) 044' 1> t their pastor, Bro. Phillips, has faith ; \
    '.' LITTLE SPRINGS. I home. (- ( _. .J'.1 1
    :Miss Cordia Anderson has returned RAIFORD. I .1t
    ; ; ; . I to her home near Brooker after spending C 1 .1t

    , oi'o I t
    S a month very pleasantly with her i : ;' i'o 1 1>
    Among the folks of this communitywho
    attended church at Old Bradfordlast I 'i inter, :Mrs. I. G.; Futch, at Leesburg.Mr. Rev. L. C. Futch of the Vanderbilt I

    .. I). W. Pinholster and daughter, .1'ition, in town Saturday. j t
    week were, :Mr.: and :Mrs. W. i was
    Williams and family, Miss Brodie j i :Miss LuAmanda, of Lake Butler, :Mr..1. W. Wil.s"n, of Lawtey vas aI'usincs Such
    passed through Brooker: ,by auto last
    visitor here Thursday. i I I1
    Mizell, I'l'rcylcLeod, :Miss; Annie :Mc-:
    I Thursday, enroute to Tarpon Springs Mr..1.; J B.: Rosier, of the Redding 'I
    Leod and :Miss Armontine IaRo) -e. \\ \\ "fe Ulii-. %
    and other points on the West Coast. Bridge section wa.transacting busi.'iess j! :
    Mr. J. F. DuPree and Mix Davis I tobacco '
    They were joined here by the Rev.
    in naif old Saturday. I
    were joined in tho holy bosuN: of wedlnwk I ,
    I A. J. Pinholster and expect to be '
    Sunday evening. Their many gone Miss Loca < ,hon returned from ,

    frienh wish them happiness.Mr. I for several weeks. Jacksonville: Tuesday, whl'rcohl' has I
    :Miss Miriam Adkins, of Xew River enjoyment :1
    boon relatives for the
    and! :Mrs. J. T. Bush; and :Mrs.; visiting past t :
    visited friwids in Brooker last -
    tv. J. Shaw, of Wauchula, were visitors 'i-rk. ,
    ; with Mr. and :Mrs C. A. Scoffa I wet: Mrs. W. II. Andrews returned Sunday 1
    M5soEunice and Jocie Turner re- as you never thought
    few days last week. from a visit to her parents in '
    tinned t.1 their hi-me in Jacksonville 1 : _
    :Mr. J. II. Avery has moved to I/uvtey. i could be is yours to
    last\ Wednesday, after spending two
    WorthingtoiT. Their friend of Miss Katie Roberts, of Worthingti.n.
    : many command '
    weeks with relatives here. the home of her quick as \ I '
    Little Springs wish them; success in visiting at g-at"- 1
    :Miss Julia Anderson visited friendsin
    flthr11'. Joe Raiford Prince
    their i.ew-home.. Dcwling near you buy some J f

    f )!t.. .M. :M. Hale is at work !securingthe t Lake Butler last week. this week. Albert and t
    I Mr. John Shriver bought of Mr.C. fire-up a
    statistical value of Bradford Miss Leila Byrd returned Tuesday I \ : /, : 1r41,{ j I
    i A. :Marks, of Starke, a Buick touring -
    pipe home-made
    county products for the past fram a visit with relatives in Jackson: or a '
    t year. I which delivered last i
    car, was "
    The little daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs. ville.Mr. cigarette 1 ,y : r ; { 'r *'

    I I McDonald of Worthington who dif'd' week. Carl :Macclenny, Macclenny ',
    I! Mr. J. C. Larramore, Macclenny: ', I
    visitor afternoon
    Thursday, was laid to rest in F.lzey Was to ICaiford Tuesday
    visiting: at the home of his daughter Prince Albert gives
    I Chaiirl Cemetery Friday evening.Fiiend I to assist the rooters of his
    :Mrs.: E. L. Ciosby. }
    I ,* of the bereaved nl'C: extend home team. every tobacco sat .
    Mrs.: Ida Craig and children, of I.I.you
    Mr.; John of
    their sympathy. Stalsby, Ijuvtey, was a
    I I Cedar: Key, are visiting relatives here. business visitor here :Monday.Col. isfaction your smoke- ,

    ; ; ; .t t Messrs. L. A. Brown and Luther A. Z. Adkins and 11. 1:. Edwards appetite ever hankered y --y

    : <$- Powell motored over. to Waldo' Sun- of Starke were business visitors dryi Copyright till .
    \ ,;. NEW RlrER.Ii dly. here Thursday. for. That's becauseit's br io.ceoCe..a IOn >

    Mr.I (t'O. Crosby left last; Wednesday Mr..1.: made j
    + F. White: of Lawtey, wa.; by a patented
    ; ; ;. i'o '., .... .i i ;. ,. for a few weeks visit with relatives visiting: in Raiford Sundiy. Ik* revcra* *iJ. ,
    that cuts out of this fief red tin
    I in Jacksonville and :\Iacdenn)". Prof. and :Mrs L. A. Futch. of the you will re dp.-
    :Mr. a"d Mrs.V.!' ;M. Parker weret'nr'sacting Mr.: J. Vernon Jones, of Hampton, bite and '! Prince Albert eeu Patented it-It'. t Z
    Rising: school, visited his parents in parch has always I 301h. 1907." whicio;
    ; Lake Bat'er! w;', in our town-Tuesday. .
    Raiford and made three m. :
    last Friday.Mr. i 1 Me'sr.1.! : :M. Shaw and son. H. R. Schapton Browning, Sunday.of lakeland been sold without coupons or premiums.has unokttd pipe bfool.11.+ tOMG9ek ter IrWP'PEAND'

    : M. J. S/'P/ !snout' thn '.';"ekt'1dI Brown and ,E. Lennon motored to was visiting relatives here a few day We prefer to give quality CIGARETTE.. TOBACCO-_

    I I in Jacksonville! returning home Sunln" Waldo Saturday attending business last week.

    '! nisrbt. there.Mr..
    1 :Master O. G. Smith returned Saturday t
    Miss :Miriam Adkins left Sunday : II. S. Wairen and little !son' from a months visit: in Jackson-

    right for Brooker, where !she' will livers!': left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., \ .
    spend few d-u-s with :Mr.: .h: ille.Rev. >
    a i..d j
    I.. J.ih"*. i;" willisit :Mr. Warren'soo'o \V. L. Overstrect and daughter RINCE ALBERT

    her.I :Miss :Maud, spent several daysin
    Mr.: and Mrs.: C. W. Sai-n. "fWoithinirton i
    I I I 1 :Mr. and ;Mrs. Harry Searson, Mr. Worthington last week, where Rev.Overstrett .
    "spent Surday
    'I and Mrs. H. B. Sheety. and littledrughe assisted with a series of
    wi'h Mr. aid :Mrs.' H. J. Sapp.Mer :I the national joy smoke ;
    '. ,TM"C'ttf'. t nj" 1!. ;l.- "'-u- meetings in the Baptist church.
    : !$
    >th Roberts, of (;'1ilfor<1. (
    rene and Bobby Passavant last Miss Ardelia Cain, of Sebastian,
    and Ervin Dekle, of Lake Butler attended spent has a flavor as different it is it!
    t Saturday on Sampson lake fishing. visiting relatives here this week. as delightful You never tasted;the like of .

    t I' :Miss church Carrie nt Turner New River of Sunday.Starke, ': They had a very pleasant: outing. :Mr. :Martin C. Rosier was a busi- And that isn't strange, either. : ;,

    .1. I will-nme!.end home a Sunday few days night with, where her par-she 'was Dr.in W.Brooker Middleton Friday, of on Hampton professional -, r.p.'S'isi Editor or Powell in ,Raiford of the Saturday.Macclenny Bay Prins.ropersfobaceoisAlbumsooldin. Men who think they can't ,smoke a pipe or roll a cigarette :

    : ents.. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner. business. Whenever You can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince z
    Bro. F. B. Johns:, of Starke, filled The revival meeting at the Old I Take Grove's a General Took Poppy nd bag, Sc; tidy rid Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a tryout s
    '. tint lOc handiomt
    .. Us regular appointment at New River Bradford church last week, conducted The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless and half'oand; tin pound hami* certainly have a big surprise and a l tort of enjoymentcoming 'i

    S-nday.: I I'I by Rev. R. W. Norris, of LaCrosse, chill Tonic is equally valuable as a dor.-and-thaecorkingfine their way as soon as they invest:'J.in 8 supply.1 Y
    , Mrs. R. T. Bardin. of Okahumpka. was well attended by the people of General Tonic because it contains the pound erystaf-gfaas humi.
    rived atu"dlni ht to stx>nd a Brooker. They had four additions to well known tonic properties IM! tail .pon..mout.n.r Albert tobacco will tell its own storydon y I

    k> fw weeks with her parents, Mr. ands 1 the church and a and IRON. It act on the Liver, Drive top that *..?. Ac tobacco
    , Mrs. B. J. very interesting I out Malaria. Etmclvs the TVd and ia.acAcl.7.rtrim-Glw ya/ R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wiir''tonSakm N C
    Sapp. -' ,
    .. meeting. LIl : up : ; j. :? itc=l c;:: __:; .
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