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: June 1, 1917
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Last Seen Alive-When She En- i> ii' '!", '!> '!> / (!) i' ) GERMANY Members of -Agricultural Pre- '!' .... !,, .. .. .,. ','J-I !' !.' !.' .!,' !. A" !,'

tered Automobile to Catch 0 ; t ... ,
'!' WILL CLOSE THURSDAY paredness Commission Spoke i "

r Train for Jacksonville. 'Y\!> AFfERNOONS.- BRAZILIAN HOUSE PASSES ( FRENCH FIRE BEATS DOWN In Starke Monday. ,\0':' REGISTER_ON TUESDAY.; '.! ".

The BILL DECREE ___ i ; Those young men \'ho have attained 4
undersigned have agreed 1> GERMAN ATTACKS ., ..
tR t. TWO NEGRO CAR DRIVERS r' to close their places of business <8> I ABNORMAL CONDITIONS the ape of 21 fears and are
i () at 12:30 <> under 31 years t-t age, are required 4 j
June, July and August: <$>
e' Fred F. Stump. 4 selective draft law, on next Tuesday 4 '.f
I ; N. Sternberg. June 5th. .a
NobT'dy is
THAT registiatii/n '
i, Bank of Starke. <*> THERE ... and omitting '!
: BELIEVED NEGROES COMMITTED i' RIO JANEIRO 29.-The chamjer LONDON IS NO DANGER this duty wilt be punished ..
, \ J. F. Kickliter. '!' May May 31.-Between Jam- OF OVERPRODUCTION : .a
CRIME FOR PURPOSE OF 4 J. W. White & Son. of deputies tonight on its last read- iano and the head of the Gulf of Triest OF STAPLES AND with a' jail sent'rcf. Those not .e.

ROBBERY PURSE NOT FOUND. > J. M. Alvarez. $ ing, unanimously passed the bill authorizing the Italians have again cut into the 4, complying, will be found: out and .!\
: Bradford County Bank. the revocation of Brazil's I Austrian line and occupied positionswest WILL BRING HIGH PRICES. !, punished, so the only safe way is a.a

I 4 J. W. Morgan. neutrality in the GermanAmericanwar. of the village of. Medeazza, in I to go to the proper officer in your '!'

'Mrs. Roy C. Hess, a former resident 4 D. C. Jones. <> The bill was amended so as to that way bringing their right wing I II t voting precinct and have your '!'

:: of Starke, but for some months pasta 4 City Barber Shop. <* authorize the government to utilize closer toward Duino and the railway I A delegation from the Flor- '.!' name put on the list. 4.a .

resident of Fulton, Ala., where Mr. 4 R. J. Andrews. <8> German ships now in Brazilian ports. line toward Triest. ida Agricultural Preparedness .,\ .. ,.. ;, ;. ;., '.. ,;, .. ;. ; ,;, ..' ;.
Hess is employed as a locomotive en- \ Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. $> The executive is authorized by the The Russians and Austrians in the <

gineer, was murdered in Mobile, Ala., 4 Starke Hardware Co. % bill to adopt measures for the protec- eastern theatre are fighting in more Commission visited Starke

Sunday night, May 20th, and her body 4. Johns Furniture Co. <> tion of Brazilian shipping abroad and lively fashion than has been the case Monday and spoke to a large j AMERICAN SHIP SUBMARINED.

was thrown into a creek, from whichit 4 A. M. Darby.
was not recovered until the follow- '!' N. B. Hull. ,nations respecting measures which will in East Galicia, where several ago the number of farmers, organizing NEW YORK, May 29.-The American -

ing Thursday morning.The '!' Mrs. C. A. Knight. <* i insure the liberty of Brazil's import I Russians made an offensive. As yet at the close of the meeting : schooner Margaret Rouss, which

body was discovered floating on 4 A> :and export trade. the Petrograd war office has made no a : left St. Andrew Bay, Florida, with ,

the surface of the water by a soldieron 444444 < 44444 b)4 J04 I To that end the executive is empowered I comment on the situation as it now exists county eommission, The Florida dumber for Genoa ha3 been sunk and '

gurad at a railway bridge spanningthe by the bill to revoke the neutrally in this region. The anticipated Preparedness'!i! the crew robbed by a German submarine ;

creek and was immediately carried PRIMARY BILL HAS PASSED I i of Brazil in the war between the commencement of hostilities by the Agricultural crew and set adrift: in the ocean tin

to an undertaking establishment, BOTH LEGISLATIVE HOUSES I Entente and the Central Empires as Russians and Roumanians has not yet Commission is a branch of the open boats, according: to Captain .. t
where it was identified by the house soon as the moment Is deemed propit- materialized.In Foot of the schoonei. All were saved. w
detective of the hotel at which Mrs. 'ous. addition to the unsettled political National Council of Defense ,

Hess had stopped from 6:30 o'clock TALLAHASSEE, May 29-The Sen- I The bill now goes to the Senate for situation in Russia the latest phase of There similar V
ate today passed the House bill doing action. which is the reiteration by the are organizationsin pie of Florida must grow products In \
until 2 o'clock organof
night Monday I
morning. Mrs. Hess was on her way away with the Bryan dual-vote primary the soldiers' and workmen's dele- each state of the Union The plenty to live on without depending on
law. The I wheat and other grain from other
measure restores the
to Jacksonville to visit her sister and FLAG RAISING NEXT TUESDAY gates of the policy of no indemnities duty of these Commissions is of the
old two-primary plan. The Senate, or territorial aggrandisement, Russia parts country. Mr. Hamner said
in (
some yet satisfactorily accounted -
way however, had made amendmentsand i :he was not here to tel. Bradford coun-
many is facing a serious situation. The food to organize the agricultural
for him this detective re- j
by secured -
the bill had to be sent back to the Judge J. T. Wills to Be the Orator of minister has the jty I farmers what to grow nor how to
informed of
from her the address of her sister congress
in Jacksonville. At the time he- House for concurrence. Friends of the The Day-Lunch Served. officers delegates that the wheat ship- sources of the country to the grow it, but to tell t\em that in self

identified the body at the undertaking measure are hopeful that the differences I ments are still far from normal l, that end that the production of food defense they must grow a plentiful
of food for
between the two houses will be supply themselves and for {
On registration day, next Tuesday, peasants were suspicious of
establishment he the authoritiesthe paper
Jacksonville address gave and they at straightened out. I the: 5th inst., there will be a flag raising j money and that the iron supply is far stuffs and other agricultural their fear stock. If there is a surplus haveno

once communicated with Mrs. Hess' By adopting the McLeod substitutefor on the city water tank. This flags ,short of the requirements of the mu- products be large increased that it cannot be disposed.
may On the Seaboard
relatives there. From JacksonvilleMr. the Seals bill, and the agreementof I 9x12 feet, and will float 110 feet in nition factories. Unless great sacrifices Air Line Railway in

Hess was notified by wire of the the House last night to accept the I the air. The flag was presented by the were made by the people, he said, to meet the demands of war easy reach of Florida, six soldier con-

tragedy and went from Fulton by substitute, the legislature carries outa I citizens of the town to the municipal- Russia was on the eve of a catastro- times centration camps mave already been .:
automobile and to assist in the established. These will
camps have m I
pledge of the Governor made to the
to Mobile. He at distri-I
ognized the body as that of once his wife.rec- people of Florida prior to his election ity.The exercises will include the pre- phe.The Germans attacked the French bution of these oroducts them 175,000 men to be fed. The governm'nt .
Friends who accompanied him from that there would be no closed institu- sentation of the flag, its acceptance by I lines in the Champagne region with I buy fWdfor; them at the :
tions secular the extreme violence main point is to see that i every nearest points that have it for sale. J;,
Fulton also recognized the body. These religious or otherwise. mayor, after which the Boy Scouts at several points last
included a dry goods clerk who had Under the measure which is sure to be and Camp Fire Girls and the childrenof night. The attacking forces were section of the country quickly Whatever of foodstuffs Florida fanners tell have in the y ."

sold :Mrs. Hess the dress she wore at signed by the Governor, all such in- the town will sing "The Star Span- checked at some places by the French way to may be' sold
to the
the time she was killed., sctitutions are made subject to public gled Banner." Judge J. T. Wills will be fire and at other points by the bayonetthe becomes self-sustaining,; in or- commissary department' the
inspection. the orator of the the Germans retiring each time after United States Army. Not only will
day, speaking on der that it will not have to depend
Mrs. Hess had been summoned to these six camps be calling for supplies,
subject that is now occupying the heavy losses.KINGSLEV.
Jacksonville on account of the illnessof but there will be others it is the
other section
minds hearts and attention of on
I our na- any a
her sister. She left Fulton Sunday BRADFORD COUNTY VOLUN purpose of the government to train the
afternoon and was instructed by Mr. TEERS. tion.; This sense will of the not word be a legal not holidayin LAKE RESORT. supply of food, thus releasingthe entire army in the southeast on ac- i
any a joyous
Hess to go to a hotel on reaching Mo- count of the favorable climatic con-
occasion but solEmn surplus of each section
a patriotic gathering to
bile at 6:30 o'clock and remain there Bradford County is beginning to suited to the spirit of the times. The public will be interested to ditions. This polity, Mr. Hamner said,

until time for her train, which would show up rather strong in the lists of The exercises will begin promptlyat know that the E. E. Canova place at be shipped to our allies in Europe I would give the farmers of Florida the

leave at 2:30 the next morning. She Uncle Sam's army. It was noted by ten o'clock in the morning, and will Kingsley lake will be open during the greatest market they have ever known.

followed these instructions and wentto the Telegraph some days ago that H. be followed by a business men's lunch coming season as a resort. Levy Ca- He urged the farmers to save every
the Hotel St. Andrew, leaving a call E. Freeman was at the Fort McPherson under the direction of the Finance nova will have charge of the place Members. the State Commissionhere brood hog in their possession and to
for 1:30 a. m. She left the hotel about officers training It is now and will look well after the pleasure of Monday were Professors P. H. take the greatest care of their swineherds
camp. Committee of the local Red Cross. The
2 o'clock and was never seen again, learned that Archibald J. Thomas is membership committee will have those who wish to enjoy the fine bath- Rolfs and C. K. McQuarrie, of the because the price of hogs is go- .
except by the or who ing and boating. State Experiment Station and Mr. B. to advance the
person persons also at this camp. His brother, Wm. booth and will be glad ,to take all ing heavily even over
cut her throat and cast her body into Thomas, is in the naval training sta- names of those wishing to join the L. Hamner, general development agentof present high prices. He said this COI'1clition -
the creek, until the following Thursday the Seaboard Air Line would be if
tion at Newport, R. I. These young local Red Cross.Everyone FEDERAL APPRAISER HERE. Railway.The not changed even
morning, when the body was found. men are sons of Jesse Thomas, who urged to attend the flag meeting was held at court house the war should end tomorrow, for the

The Alabama city has been thor- lives east of Starke. Lloyd Green, a raising ceremonies and hear Judge beginning at 2 o'clock and lasting for reason that the world supply of hogs
T. E. Waldrup, appraiser for the nearly three hours. Professor Rolfs has been decreased. In Ger-
oughly aroused over the brutal murder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green, has Wills speak. Your will add greatly
presence Federal Farm Loan Bank at Columbia, was the first speaker He remindedhis the has been .
and the authorities are making every enlisted for service in the hospital to the patriotic fervor now being displayed many' so great
S. C., was here last week appraisingthe hearers of the seriousness of the that have made it offense
they capital
the -
effort to unravel mystery sur- corps. A son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. in our country. a
rounding it. Two negro taxicab driv- Crawford has joined some departmentof i property of members of the Starke situation in which our country is now for anyone to kill a hog that is

ers have been arrested on suspicionand the army service, particulars not Farm Loan Association. It is under- involved, and impressed upon them the capable of breeding. Mr. Hamner also
LEGISLATUREDJOURXS TODAY stood that loans will be made in the very great importance of increasing attention and
to prevent them being lynched the yet being known here. Sam P. Rho- urged more poultry
authorities have found it necessary to, den and B. C. Kite have enlisted in the very near future to members of the agricultural production to the maxi- to dairy products. He said that everything -

remove them to the jail at Montgomery. First Regiment, Florida National And Governor Catts is Thankful That various loan associations in the terri- mum, particularly stressing the importance indicated that eggs would go
Guard. Fun is Over. I I tory 'covered by the Columbia bank.E. of producing every ounce of to a dollar a dozen |and butter to a -

foodstuffs that our lands and labor are dollar a pound before the end"of the
On reaching Mobile, Mrs. Hess was Will Wainwright, George White and Frank Chase showed us two very capable of bringing forth. He With the of
driven to the hotel Albert Sanders I The will finish its spokeof present year. prospect
by Will Mpitt, well known young men of sixty fine
large and tomatoes of the Chase the great opportunity that the far- such prices as these staring them in
a negro. She instructed Sanders to Starke, have applied for enlistment at days task at noon today. Owing to the
I blight-proof variety. Mr. Chase has
mers of Florida have of serving their the face he thought 'Florida farmers
call for her at 2 o'clock the following Charleston, S. C., and expect to be or- comparatively few disparaging remarks this kind for and. .
I I grown ,
many years country and at the same time of mak- should exert to raise
every energy
morning. On the pretext of fearing dered to that point in the near future I about the members made in the
they are prolific and bear as long as ing more money than they have ever what they need for home use and a
arrest for some infraction of the traf- for examination. state press, and the few freak bills,
the tomato season lasts. They are of before made. Referring to the sell. He the belief
surplus: to expressed -
fic ordinance of the city, he did not Cyrus Sistrunk, who went to Jack- I we take it that the legislature of 1917 pro- .
good size and flavor and of fine '
ap duction of corn he said that the priceof that the farmers could hardly ,
call, but sent Fisher Brooks, anothern sonville several weeks ago to enlist in has been the best we have had for
pearance. this product was bound to be highso make mistake in the selection of '
gr* driver, to convey :Mrs. Hess to the regular] army, was rejected on the years. The fruit of its work will later ..f
long as the war lasts. In the West products to raise for market so longas
the station.It examination and has posi- appear in a supplement to the Tele-
physical a
GOT COMMISSION IN THE ARMY. the production cannot be greatly increased it was a staple article of human or !
is believed that these negro driv- tion in the city with the Standard Oil graph that will be sent to every voterof above the present output and stock food. I

ers, and perhaps the hotel detective, Company. the county. corn cannot be imported from South I Is Florida Self Supporting?
conspired to kill Mrs. Hess for the I I There are doubtless many other The legislators are, no doubt, glad Friends in this county will be inter- America account of the disturbed Professor his address
purpose of robbery. On leaving home young men throughout the county who that the session is over with, and so ested to learn that Samuel R. Ward, of on I McQuarrie opened -
I I condition of ocean transportation. The by asking if Bradford county is
is Governor Catts to the Brooker, was recently appointed a sec-
her have offered their services. according
husband had given her $23 in cur- ', already war, he said, would probably last for self-supporting. He said that a food
rency, $15 of which was in one dollar following dispatch: ond lieutenant in the regular army.
five to ten years, according to the shortage might come upon us much
bills, and she carried this in her hand MRS. ROY C. HESS. Tallahassee :30. Immediately after his graduation from
May -Whether the opinion of those best informed on the sooner than anyone expected and thatit E
the University of Florida Mr. Ward
bag. It has been shown by testimonyat chief executive was thanking the Lord subject. There is, therefore, no possi- was imperative that the country be
enlisted in the and remained
the coroner's inquest that when she The body of Mrs. Roy C. Hess, who that the unruly members of the leg- that branch of navy the service until his bility of an over-production of corn made as nearly self-supporting as possible -

opened her purse to pay Sanders for was murdered at Mobile, Ala., on May islature were about to adjourn, or f and no chance that it will not bring at the earliest possible moment.
the trip from the station to the hotel 21st, arrived in Starke last Monday, he was governor of the state, is un- appointment in the a few days ago to a lieu- good profits. He said that Florida'scorn I Our farmers, he said should endeavor
this money was in plain view and that accompanied by Mr. Hess and other known to the correspondent, but the tenancy who graduated army.with Mr. Ward Joyner and, I crop this year would be the largest to grow enough foodstuffs to feed both

the negro could hardly have helped relatives. The funeral was held Tues- following resolution is on record in the him in the history of the state, but I man and beast, and then if there is a
the with also
joined rec-
seeing it. On the stand Sanders swore day morning and interment was madet office of the secretary of state: ceived commission navy as second lieuten- that it would not meet the state's I surplus it will bring{them fancy pri
that Mrs. Hess did not pay him for the New Hope cemetery at Theressa, Senate concurrent resolution No. 31: a needs. He told of the establishmentof ces. From the recoils of the Experi-
ant. Mr. is from Alachua
trip, but said she would do so when he ri-jht miles southeast of Starke. Rev. "Be it resolved by the Senate, the a corn elevator in Jacksonville anda ment Station he had compiled a list

called for her the next morning. This W. Malphurs conducted the funeral House of representatives concurring, county. kiln drying plant for corn, beans of crops that can yet re safely planted
statement was contradicted by the ho-!'! ceremony. that the hour for the adjournment of and peas, which would make it possi- for the fall harvest He mentioned

tel porter who testified that Mrs. Hess j i The tragic death of Mrs. Hess caused the legislature of 1917 be and the same GRADUATED FEE SYSTEM BILL ble for the farmer to sell every bushel these as follows: ;

paid Sanders and that he was standing ,I,i profound sorrow here. Before her is hereby fixed at the hour of 12 WILL PASS. of his surplus- of these- staples- at good Mexican June corn fan be planted as

close to her when she opened her'marriage Mrs. Hess was Miss Julia o'clock noon, Friday, June 1, 1917. paying prices. He advised the can- I,,I late as July 15th; cow peas until July

parse. May Lindsey, daughter of Mr. and "Passed by the Senate May 28, 1917. TALLAHASSEE, May 29.-The ning and preserving of vegetables and 15th, and the black-eyed variety even

Fisher Brooks, the negro driver with Mrs. J. P. Lindsay. She was born east "Passed by the House, May 28, 1917. Carlton graduated fee system bill for fruits as one of the best ways to ward later; Irish' potatoes should be planted

whom Mrs. Hess started to the station of Starke in Clay county, but moved "Approved May 30, 1917. payment of county officers is safe. off a food shortage. I'I from August 20th to September 20th;

at 2 o'clock Monday morning, on be- here with her parents during her early "S. J. CATTS, The House today receded from the one Urged Organization For Self Preservation high land rice untilj June 15th: soybeans

ing arrested, told a story about her instructing girlhood. She was married in'this cityto "Governor." amendment which the Senate refusedto until June 15th),; the old Florida

him to stop at a street cor- Mr. Hess on November 13, 1910. At "Thank the Lord." accept-that making mandatory the Mr. Hammer in addressing the audi- I speckled velvet bean until June 15th.

ner near the hotel and take a young I the time of her death she was 27 years collection of fees in advance. This ence said that he wished first of all to He advist-d that sweet potatoes be

man into the machine. He claimed the of age. Miss Debbie Phillips, of Lawtey, amendment was secured by Mr. Jen- urge the farmers to organize for their planted heavier than ever before. The

young man got aboard the machineand Mr. Hess and the other relatives of spent the week-end with Miss Bertha nings of Duval. The Senate today refused own self-preservation. He cited figuresto sweet potato comes the nearest being

that the couple at once began to the deceased have the deep sympathyof Moore. Miss Phillips being a good to accept the amendment, which show a tremendous decrease in the ""a complete ration of anything that

ouarrel; that he drove them to the the entire community.Mr. singer and musician, the time was very was said to be unconstitutional and re supply of foodstuffs in this country 'grows. He recommended the New Era

.station and left immediately .after- pleasantly spent. turned the bill to the House, which I and said that the supply of wheat and cow pea and Bliss Ti-iump Irish potato. -

ward, 'going to his home. Bits of evidence : R. M. Sparkman is having con- promptly receded from the amend- meat in England and France is prac- In speaking of sweet potatoes he

picked up here and there show siderable improvements made to his Mr. R. D. Rawley and Mr. Mervin ment. tically exhausted. He said that the allies advised that farmersdo: not plant too

that this story is a fabrication from property on Thompson street. Old Rawley, of Hampton, have moved here The ;measure, if the governor signsit had already contracted and ''paid many varieties, heca\'se it is impossible -

beginning to end, but the thing. that buildings are being torn down, new with their families and will do con- and it is expected he will, is certainto for about 75 per cent of the wheat to classify them for the markets

points most strongly to,Brooks as the porches built and other general improvements tracting and building. They have mean a considerable saving.to the crop of the United States for the pres- when every farmer is growing several

murderer of Mrs. Hess is the finding made. The work is being apartments at the Johns House, and counties. ent year, and that wheat flour would different varieties. He advised the

done through the Quigley Lumber & are at present employed by the Quig- The fight has been led by the Hills- not only be high but practically impos-

(Continued on Page 2.) Supply Co. ley Lumber and Supply Co. borough delegation. sible to get at any price; that the peo- (Continued on Page 10.) sa

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had promised, because he learned that of the woman will finally be told. RIOTS IX ST. LOUIS CA'USED BY I I YES LIFT A CORN i
; !' + + "$' MRS. HESS
the police had a warrant for him due They are at a loss, as yet, to ox- SOUTHERN NEGRO LABORERS OFF

4 MOBILE. to a collision he had had with another plain the screams, heard distinctly on WITHOUT rAIN

< RED CROSS DEPARTMENT. automobile. So he left and went homeat the night of the murder. Physicians Four Companies of National Guardsmen -

4.-; ., ;, !, e' + 4' .;. 4, !' l' (Continued From Page 1.) 9 o'clock. testifying in the case, both Dr. N. A. Ordered Out. Cincinnati Authority Tells How
His testimony did not coincide with Madler, coroner, and Dr. Eugene ;

F that given by"Willis Johnson, alias Thames, stated that they did not believe To Dry Up a Cern or Callus

of dried human blood under his finger knife "Goat," negro porter at the St. An it possible that it could have EAST ST. LOUIS, May 29.-A mob So It Lifts Off Witli
the blade of
nails and on a which through east St. Louis
: drew. This negro testified that when been Mrs. Hess who emitted the swept
taken from him and blood splotches last night and early today beating Fingers. !
4 Mrs. Hess arrived at the St. Andrew screams so plainly heard by the national -
automobile that he was driv-
about the i in Sanders' taxi she opened her pocket- guardsmen on duty at the rail- many negroes was dispersed but officials --

ing.As has been book. She had a roll of bills," he said. road bridge nearby. They testified fear another outbreak. You corn-pestered men and ;women'

the web of testimony that Sanders "Did Sanders see them ?" asked So- that the woman's throat was cut in There was a public meeting of the need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes

slowly woven it shows licitor Courtney."I three places. Her windpipe was severed city council in the auditorium last that nearly: killed you hcfor '

,, n.onw.OJ'FEns ATLANTA AS believed Mrs. Hess had a considerable with I suppose so, sir," he answered. "I they testified. and she could not night 19 hear protests against importations this Cincinnati authority because*, sayi

. SISTANCE.The sum of money,; that he with conspired the hotel detective saw them and he was standing right have screamed loudly enough, anywayto I of Southern negroes to take few drops of freezore applied M'Tect-\ a
t ,, Brooks, perhaps this there." have been heard 100 yards away. the places of strikers. It was rumored ly on a tender, achirg corn or'callus
her for money;
North Florida Chapter Red to murder Mrs. Hess to I Sanders testified that Mrs. Hess did She was dead before she was thrown I at the meeting that a white woman stops soreness at orce 5nd s&n ,

; 1 Cross offered their assistance to Atlanta -: that instead of taking in the not open her purse. He said he saw no into the creek each physician stated.To had been insulted by a negro and two corn or hardened callus lser1 the ...
1 station Brooks so it
just after the big fire last week, but I site the direction toward the creek, Oppo-I. money ,at all. . .. .. bear out this statement, they testified white men were held up by negroes'l can be lifted out, root ar.d aP. with

lither chapters nearer had already furnished miles out from the heart ot i! Says He Was Rebuked by .Mrs. ness they had taken out her lungs and The crowd hurried to the ne out pain.A I

I al! the help necessary. is eight that he and his confederateor j Tim Whastletine, night clerk at the had examined them.: Had death been tion and searched every negro and small bottle of fret'zone cost

I the confederates city; murdered and robbed St. Andrew, through whom the murdered caused by drowning, the lungs would badly beat those armed. One was dangerously little at any drug store but wg very

MEETING MONDAY EVENING.The her and then threw the body into the I woman was identified, was on have been filled: with water or had hurt. The mayor has closed tively take off every hard or so
conceal the crime. i I the stand for more than an hour at the some water in them. There was none. all saloons. It is estimated that eight or callus. This should brtrie.j com
to ,
in effort it
an as
morning session. The state grilledthe The lungs floated high when tested inwater thousand Southern negroes have been is Inexpensive it
executive committee, togetherwith Neither Mrs. Hess' purse or her suit and said not lo irritate
the chairman of the military re- have yet been found. I witness back and forth, kept him after being removed from the I brought here. the surrounding skin. f i
case in answering question after question, body. The mayor has ordered the sale of If
lid and publicity committees, held a The coroner's inquest was held your druggist hasn't nay fiezone
meeting Monday night and discussed Mobile last Saturday and from the I sought to have him straighten out con- National Guardsmen Positive arms and ammunition stopped. Four I tell him to get a small bottle ir

plans for work. The military relief Mobile Register of Sunday the follow- tradictions in his testimony and finally But national guardsmen on duty on companies of guardsmen have been ordered from his wholesale drug It you i 13
adjourned the morning session whilehe the railroad bridge over Chickasa- here. The city is quiet. The fine
committee are planning to start to ing account of the hearing is taken: stuff and acts like: a hf'U51t'

work this week on comfort bags, as Blood Found on Chauffeurs Hand I was on the stand and with his testimony bogue, 100 yards distant from the Telegraph mayor said he would request the rail- time. j every((63)) "011
Whastletine was road from which the roads not to bring any more negroes _
thy are badly I needed by Florida The coroner's jury of six men, em-I' incomplete. bridge .
troops, who are now being musteredinto paneled early Saturday questioned as to how he came to know body was hurled are positive in their and employers will not attempt to import A Telegraph ad will!! a-l.J tj your f

I Federal service. heard than four hours of '' the woman's address. "I was passingher statement that there were screams, more. profits. Try one. ,

before more they were told to testi-j'i room on the second floor of the two at least.Bertram East St. Louis, May :!!).Three negroes ---1._

I \\IIERE DOES OUR RED CROSS ana mony. mane' ,ui..' i";,
] > MONEY GO? heard Fisher Brooks, negro chauffeur, her door was :ajar," the witness said. :M, and one of those doing guard and three white men were wounded. '" :

I swear that he took the woman from I "I could see a woman reclining on the duty r.t the Southern bridge, told of when the race riots broke out afresh I + '

ask where does our the St. Andrew Hotel to the L. & X. bed. Her lower limbs were exposed. his experiences on the night of the here tonight. Groups of white men I: J. R. Davis i "
! Many persons had heard Albert Sanderstell I opened the door and told her that she murder."I continued to form in the streets. but j i
? This question depot they
Red Cross money go record his; in the affair, that of transferring was not lying in a very nice position. saw a car coming north alory for the: most part the police and soldiers !-' ,
following part
is angered by Mrs. Hess from the M. & 0. "The door won't shut tight'has- Telegraph) road. It blew twce: for the on patrol duty have succeededin I I & Company ,

for the year flood WiG: ,:$lS1S.62. depot to the hotel when she arrivedin tletine said the woman told him. at bridge.: It cnssed to the north 'side, disbanding them peaceably. One of I .

Arkansas the city. They had also heard the the same time getting up off the bed. then stoppH. The lights were extinguished the negroes shot tonight was on his
l1.1l.Kentucky I
Hopewell fire, $ sufferers 120000. city bacteriologist, Dr. 11. B. Warren, "Her head was hidden in the pillows and the tar remained there way to work when he was accosted 'bya
I I Mexican relief, Brownsville, Tex, testify that he had found blood beneath" when I went in to the room," for about ten minutes. Then the lights white man who demanded to know :1 |

Brooks' finger nails. said Whastletine, "and I thought she flashed on again. The car turned his destination. The negro refused to -_ _

$ It". With this testimony before them, the might have been ill. So I asked her around, turning towards the west" answer and the white man shot him.A /0, 1 .
Ga. fire $2,000.Nathez .
Augusta; six retired to the witness if she was not feeling well, and suggested said Vogel, "as I could! see the headlights crowd gathered quickly, but the police Starke
sufferers $497. jurymen Flon'da:
Miss. flood ;
llelr Springs, ,, Ark., 306.10. room in the recorder's cour only to i that I might get her a physi glare on the waters of the creek dispersed it by using their clubs.A :-: j i|

Vet Va., flood sufferers, $100. rap again within a few minutes to tell dan" west of the bridge. It proceeded back few minutes later another negro .!.: .!+!+ .; .t. t I
.h l'rh-d He Meant No Offense the was made victim of mob of
Keliif families American soldiers, the coroner that they recommendedthat across; : bridge slowly."I a a -.------,
both Brooks and Sanders be held "I'll have you understand I am a heard a splash; then I heard a when it was learned ho had declared i iLAXFOS

$1,000.Flood relief in Illinois, $902.59.: for murder and denied the benefit of lady," the witness said she answered, scream and another scream," testified -I the black would "put up a fight";: if WHAT IS .

jail. whereupon he told her that he was the the guardsman. "Then the car left trouble broke out tonight. The mob
Texas flood relief, $50. I
Relief in China, $105. Foreman Heard Scream- I house detective and that it was his the scene at a high rate of speed corning I chased him for several block before

Kota Island natives, $135.83.; Blankets, taken from the murder car business to see what was going on in back towards the city." Then all !ihe was halted by a pistol shot. His
the hotel, and that he meant no of- was still again." wound is not serious. Police guards
mat taken
i Rel.ef!: in Haiti, $2,380.32.Refugees : showing blood stains; a floor -
of ships sunk by U-boats, from the same automobile, a fense. Vogel said he awoke the guard and i dispersed that mob without great diffi

$I.L9.;! bloody knife and then the finding of "She told me," the witness contin- among those he told was Porter Ga- culty. UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVEO CASCARA j

Victims of infantile paralysis (New blood beneath Brooks' nails, were sen- ued, "that she was going to see her ney, also a private in Company M, Six men of the First Regiment National A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE

York City) $10. sational developments of Saturday's sister, who was ill in Jacksonville. I who \va? relieving him on guard dutyat Guard of Missouri were arrested
Menfro, Mo., flood relief, $125. hearing. The state also produced a chatted with her ar .few minutes and that hour ((2:30 o'clock). They charged with inciting to riot. CATHARTIC AND UVER TONU
left the room. I was never inside of searched the waters of the creek but LAX-FOS is
Storm and flood relief, $554.50. witness who pave:! evidence of what not a Secret or Patec.1 Medicine

I Chinese flood and famine, $394.42.j was probably the death ride for the it, however, but talked to her with my found nothing. Then they reviewed CAMP FIRE GIRLS AT HOP OX'S. but is composed of the following
of body partly inside the room Mrs. Hess thr finding of the body on Thursday old-fashioned roots and herbs:
j European war relief, $574,452.06. woman. The witness told seeing anautomobile I
Lusitania relief, $2,191.14.Jewish presumably the murdercar getting up when I first addressed her morwnt r at 7 o'clock.Ir FnnK CASCARA BARK

j relief, $11,009.90. traveling out St. Joseph street ata and sitting in a chair." I Roche following the stand and gave Do not fail to see the Waselandeu BLUE FLAG ROOT

Turkish relief, 50000. high rate of speed at :2 o'clock on the "She had on all her clothes with his testimony; as to the cordition of the I Camp Fire Girls on Friday evening, RHUBARB ROOT

Mexican relief, $27,500.6(5.( morning that the screams and the the exception of hat and shoes," he body ,,!hen found.S June 1st, at Hopson's Theatre. Fifteen BLACKROOT

'J Mexican border relief, $8,160.53. splash of a body were heard at the told the court. -.> 1'iound this testimony the state ,girls of the camp and five little folks MAY APPLE ROOT
"What color stockings she has laid the foundation for '
was its case,
Polish! relief, $63,948.05. Chickasabogue bridge. ; present an unusually fine musical SENNALEAVES
j wearing? 'he was asked. I confident that further search and further -
Armenian relief, $9,143.35. "I heard screams," said this; witness, I comedy. This entertainment is for AND PEPSINInLAX.FosthieCAscAitAjs
"Black, came the reply, and here developments! will follow. to clearup
{ Syrian relief; $23,066.81. Charles Carman night foreman at the I the benefit of the Camp Fire Girls. .
another in developed !
discrepancy testimony the entire which has improved
t Lithuanian relief, $12,000. M. & 0. roundhouse. "I often hear as the husband testified that Mobile. mystery gripped I Admission, 15 and :23: cents. i the addition of these digestive jjgredi-

Miscellaneous $393.31.; them but what attracted me this eight: I j his wife Wore white stockings when j!, ents making it better than ordinary CAS-
Total $9o7.061.G3. the voice sounded | Many Phases Must Be Cleared CARAand thus the
was the fact that : as j i WATCII'IHE LICK combination acts not
she I left him at Fulton and when her I rho'murtlered j
that of a cry for mercy, rather than body was found she the colored -j!' \ Mrs. Hess ? however i jOn I chicks. These parasites sap the only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic .

; RED: CROSS LAUNCHES 100000.000 the shouts of the usual joy riders. hose. wore same I is still an open question j jvery i life blood out of them. Just but also as digestive and liver tonic. .
: j Was she murdered somewhere in. Syrup laxatives are weak, but tx-Fos '
Machine the
i Big: Man Driving : hen at night with 15. A. Thomas'
Says lie F4Iundddre! .. on Ih'*k i the city and her body hauled to the ( combines strength with pa'atable! aromatic
j i
"I could see, he added, as the j Killer and troubles
"How did! you come into possession hridgpannin Chickasabogue and! taste and does not gripe; or disturb
WASHINGTON, May 28.-The light was between me and the car, of her address, ?" he was asked by :thrown in ? i ended.; It also kills bugs on cucumber the c stomach. One bottl wifl.prove i

f greatest campaign the Red Cross ever that a big man was driving the ma licitor Courtney. sO-I Was she murdered at the J tomato and squash vines. We sell it LAX-FOS is invaluab'e for Constipation, ,

has waged, designed to raise $100,000- chine. He was holding the wheel with I "As she was leaving the hotel at.in the ? bridge or i jto you and if it does not make good, Indigestion Torpid Liver. Trice 50c.

tHO> to care for American soldiers who one hand. With the other he was holding about o'clock swamp nearby j:we will, I). C. Jones, Starke, Fla. June
2 Monday morning some What was the motive? I
fight democracy's battle on European one of the doors shut in the back I' 18152229.You : : BOSCh EE'S GhlCMAX: SlUrp
one left the address on the hotel desk. I Was it Mrs. Hess whom the M. & I
fields and to lend a helping hand to of the machine. A woman was I do not know how it got there, butI 0. roundhouse foremen aw in the I ,. Why use ordinary cough remedies, ;

thousands in the districts devastatedby ing up crying, 'you're taking stand-I found it. It read '602; Oak street,' trxicab, screaming to be freed as the : get a'! the important national, when Boschee's German Syrup has

I the war was launched here at a 'let me out.: I did not report "In whose handwriting was this "j r.'arhine sped out St. Joseph street? I state, county news In the Telegraph. been used so successfully: for fifty-one

;. meeting of representatives of the larger cause I did not care to become tangledin dress ?" If committed I years in all parts of the United States
one the crime
man howcould
cities of the country. the affair, but now that someone ,., $, 1> for coughs, bronchitis colds settledin
"I do not know, he answered. he have thrown the I < 1> q) 1- ,
{ More than 100 men and women were whom I told of my experience, told detectives '"Where is the slip of paper on whichit through the bridge railing and steered i<> the throat, especially lug troubles.

\ present from forty cities and the meet- I am here to testify." is written ?" the car at the same time? Guardsmen .I* CHURCH DIRECTORY. <* It gives the patient a good night's ret :1

ing was enthusiastic to a degree that He couldn't say.whether the driverof "I don't free from coughing, with -
know right now; maybe I testify that the easy expectoration
positively did not
indicated a strong belief in the willingness the car was white or black. He was could find it." while the car (;' BAPTIST-Rev. W. G. Law, in the morning, gives naturea

of Americans to contribute to the sure, however, that it was a large man "Isn't it in your handwriting?" stop crossing bridge struc- .'<8'?> pastor. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
.1'. cause o fmercy. driving the car. "Yes; I copied it on an envelope." ture.These of the Sunday morning service, 11:00 are some o'clock
Henry P. Davison, chairman of the "Did the man driving the car resemble asked the numerous ; Sunday evening service, patient to regain his health.! 25 and
"Why? solicitor. <
questions still >
r confronting the city and ; B. Y. P. U., Sunday e'eni'
the Brooks he
Red Cross war council, announcing 'Big Boy' Fisher ?
"Because it 75 cent bottles. Sold C. P. Cason.
was not plain, as I received county authorities although they have 4' ing, 6:45; Wednesday evening i amount to be raised, said it is certain was asked. "
< '
it.. two men under arrest charged with the prayer service, 7 o'clock.
$100,000,000 will be required "even to "Yes, he answered, and added, "he --
f "Is this .Mrs. Hess' writing, as it I murder. But they're positive, that in t. body cordially invited to attend. 4'.I F=== !
approach compliance with the most was a large man. I ::
appeared on the hotel register? he the end and when all the different
., pressing needs. The Brooks made a sweeping General Insurance,
t negro was asked, the solicitor at the Same; skeins of evidence have been I CHRISTIAN. F. LaRowe, *
f "If each individual American con denial of everything when he was call- joined 4)
pastor. Services
Starke >
time him at '!
handing a slip of into thread of every "'
, tributes his bit, there can be no failure ed to the stand. He denied that the with the woman's paper one testimony, they name, as she will have the
," he continued. "American will, laprobes found with blood stains on 'I registered."Yes man or men. *.. pointments as follows: First Sunday '!' CLASS companies and will be .

we feel sure, again demonstrate her them beneath his house, were those at Hampton, second at Kaiv <;- constantly on the alert to pro-
ability to handle a big task in a big used in his car. He said he knew nothing -I Whastletine answered. The THIRD VICTIM OF NEGRO ford, <* I'mote
way." of the blood stains found on his handwriting was entirely legible. I BRUTE IIIEUT ELLENTON S> <* your interests. Guarantee :

... Mr. Davison did not go into detailsof knife. He stuck to his original storyof I Whastletine Badly! Confused '!' EPISCOPAL-Dr. M. M. Fryer '?' courteous treatment to all pa 1;
I Whastletine became badly! confused 1. priest in charge. trons. A well written policy bya i
; Sunday school > .i
the plan for raising the money but the mysterious white man, who join- I Victim of Will Miles! Who Killed Mrs. !'
in his testimony as to how he learned 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer and (!' first-class agent in a first- '
an intensive campaign will be under- ed Mrs. Hess in front of the Battle Palmer '
and Child Died '
that Brooks had said I Sunday.TAMPA sermon, 11 o'clock A
taken under the leadership of some of House.! He took the couple to the L. a white man C.. and ; evening prayer class company sometimes means
them in the sermon, 7 o'clock choir 4 '
joined taxi
the most prominent and active men & N. depot, he told the court, and there enroute to the *. 7 o'clock ; rehearsal much in case of loss by fire.
and women in each community. left them. The man cursed Mrs. Hess L. & N. depot. "I won't be positive," May 29.-Another victimof '., evening. Come Wednesday 4'

Many of the speeches describing the the: moment he entered the cab, said :he said "who told me that. I don't Will: Miles, the negro murderer, now '!' us. and worship with , H. C. RICHARD, Starke

suffering in France and Belgium under Fisher."I knoww hether 'Big Boy' (Brooks) came in jail at Jacksonville, where he was *, .' 9Sloan's

German rule brought tears to the didn't remain at the depot be- I back" and told me about it or who toldit. taken for safekeeping, was laid to rest .;> METHODIST-T. L. Z. Barr, 4 --
of the audience. lie refused to say where he learn- ]|I Woodlawn cemetery, this city, pastor Sunday school .
eyes cause they quarreled, swore the negro i ed this. He was confronted with Po- ,,. afternoon. The yesterday :, 9:43 a. Liniment for Rheumatism. .:
funeral m.
"but came right away. I 1 lice Officer Speth and asked if he told j ithat. of was .. Preaching every Sunday at A> The torture of rheumatism the
RED CROSS IIE.tIQU.tRIERS. Brooks often in his testimony refer- j II! a young white girl of thirteena 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Prayer <;. ,
i that officer that "Big Boy" told him !, victim of the black brute, who meeting pains and aches that make life unbear- ''-,.:'
red the that the who neverland Wednesday >
to fact man entered evening, 7:30 '>
: of the
] man joining the woman and rallied from able are relieved Sloan's Liniment
the shock. The by
child diedat o'clock. Junior
At the meeting of the executive committee his taxicab with the woman i Epworth League "'
cursing her. He wouldn't whether the home .' a clean clear that i to
of i"
say her father at Ellenton Sunday liquid easy apply -
the Rattle House looked like I afternoon at
of the Red Cross Monday night. corner a |': he 3:30. Senior '!'
did or not. He didn't I IHe and
remember. the effective than
it was decided to open headquarters in white man who drove a taxi for Bill body was brought here for I Epworth League Sunday evening <;' more mussy
was grilled as to the departure burial. !
Hansom.: lie said another told i i at C:45. A cordial ,.. or ointments because it pene-
the old school building, where a room negro of the invitation is
woman from the hotel at about The crime trates without : For
has been given them for that purpose. him of blood being found on another '; against the child was com'mitted extended to all to worship with '; quickly rubbing.
taxi.: This clue down and theblood '12: o'clock Monday morning. He called in the railway station at Willow us. the many pains and aches fallowing
wil Ibe
Here; the meetings held and ladies was run her ; <'
at 1 :10 he said. At I
1 :4 she
> had five or six hours after Miles is 1' .. exposure, !strains spracar.ij: musclei
the the result of
. who so desire may use the room was on car as '
. | not come down stairs and he called'! alleged to have butchered Mrs. W. PRESDCTEPJAX ... i soreness, Sloan's Lininn-i.t i i- promptly -
for their work for the Red Cross.It a youngster cutting his foot and then her F. '. C. II. I
again on the 'phone. He said she I Palmer and her infant I effective. hav bottle on
into the | at Ellenton. Abernathy, Always a l
is planned to have this room stepping car. pastor. Sunday ;
by registration day. To furnish open it Brooks swore that he went to his did her not bill stop by the desk but had paid i i The tragic end of the girl has bf>- .' school, H:45: a. m. Preaching every .., j hand for gout, I lumbago; ., tcothache, ,
when she .
home short time later. A re istl'rl'd. This hind it a story which lends added / Sunday mornin 1 ackache, stiff nei-k a't tl all external
, suitably for the immediate needs of a negro employed pa- gat 11; Sunday ;
was not he .
said) !
customary but addedthat thos.
i It seems that the children I pains. At 2"r. ((1))
the association, donations or loans of at the garage where Fisher she had done were evening at 7:30. Prayer ,. :
In the
so. 10LIJof
the following articles are solicited: works in his testimony given before the hotel the unhappy at home because they !said meeting Wednesday evening at ;. -- -
negro porter handed her j when
Two work table (kitchen tables will the hearing concluded, testified; that suit case to reciting their story of the attack 7:30 o'clock.'isitors cordially; r. ---'
"Big Boy, the
do.) Brooks left the garage at 1:45: Monday driver. negro taxi to a woman at Willow. So, on invited to worship with us. 4 COFFINS CASKETSAnd
They left the -
said the day of the *
crime I
I they left
One cutting table. morning. "I did not see him again their
Whastletine, and that was the last he home & JJ, a fall lin of
intending ; ,
walk a'nd '
to 4) 4. _
1 dozen straight chairs. until between 5 and 6 o'clock the same saw of the Tampa, I !;' '3 l' 1> '! 4. '
woman lated. when from
4 rocking chairs. morning," testified this negro Son he identified her at the ., there to Indianapolis. "We Undertakers' Supplies
Hunter. undertaking tnougnt we could make it in about '
j 1 broom. parlors. He said he did not go on the weeks" the girl told the good! two I Whenever You weed a General Tonlr Always on hand. The best service -

Wastf basket. Sanders Brought Her to Hotel sidewalk when Mrs. Hess l left the ho-j! to whom she unburdened woman Take Grove's j at the lowest prices. Special
Wash basin and pitcher. Albert Sanders held with I the tragic Tb
tel. therefore did not see whether or tale of her trouble. It was while I ; ie.nOI1 Standard Grove's Tasteless i attention to telegraph criers.RegisteredErnbainer .
1 bucket. without the benefit of bail told his not a man got into the taxicab with they chill Tonic is equally valuable '
were walking as a ,
along the
Desk. part. lIe brought Mrs. Hess to the her at the Battle House corner, as :, road that Miles Ellenton.Willow I General Tonic because it contains the I
Set of drawers. or shelves, and a few St. Andrew when she arrived in Mobile Brooks testified. overtook them as I well known tonic propertiesof QUININE !
other things as the committee will de over the Southern Railway from Ful- Case Still I was hurrying away from the scene and IROX.: It acts on the Liver, Drives I' f
Badly Tangled of his crime out Malaria
ton, Ala.. at 6 o'clock Sunday after-1 There at the Palmer home. Enriches the r'.ood and i i DeWITT C. JONfSSuc'sr
several i
I cide.The are tangled skeins of Miles Builds tb* ',\
was taken to up hole System < ,
committee on arranging headquarters noon. "She did not pay me then," he the case that the authorities Jacksonville after -i W : I to G. C. Ln-ingstoS & Co
are workI
I as follows: told the court "but said she would I ing on to unravel before they complete- from a mob the had vainly tried to get him -- i Starke, Fla. i

f: Mrs. J. M. Alvarez Mrs. A. M. Darby settle when I came back to take her :, their case but they are positive they prevented county from jail here, only being A special act has pasvxi the r- p g .-a... _-" X

Mrs. Nat Sternberg, Mrs. J. E. to the L. & N. train at 2:30 o'clock in have laid the foundation of the state'sI':mined front of doing the two so by the deter- ture which will allow of his bein legislaI'I''! The Quinine That Dces Met Affect: The Held

Wilson. Mr. Joe Truby, Mr. Geo. the morning." Th>; negro said that he charge of murder in such manner that I militia which companies of in another county than that in which Because of its tonic and laxative i-flect. LAXATIVE '

I White. did not return to make the load as he the straight story of the horrible death were ordered out by Gov- the three crimes were committed I BRO.MO QUININE: is belter Uun ordmarT .
Catts Quinine
ernor on request of Sheriff White atee. Man au! does not cans- nerr usne s ncTnceing
I in head. Remembrt the fl! name ana
'- I I look for the cture of" W, i HOVE. tit



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917. .i

Bad Colds From Sudden Changes.
HUNDREDS KILLED AND INJURED IN Seeing the Otner .de. Spring brings all kinds of weatherand
if We know a man who has worked all with it come colds and the revivalof I
I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs.. his life for others ; for his parents for winter coughs and hoarseness. Dr.Bell's .

__ awhile, then for a wife and children will head off
9- Ia II! Pine Tar Honey a
STORMS WITHIN LAST THREE DAYS and some of her kin. The world rates new cold or stop the old one, the soothing -

[Live State News J i I IZSZR.r him as moderately successful but his balsams relieve the sore throat and
'I own actual monetary compensationhas heal the irritated tissues. Get a bottle ,

-- ,,,.. -iSC3C:0 .sC2SH2S2I I II BIRMINGHAM, May 29.-Forty-six just about amounted to board and today and start a treatment.at once

; Told by Our Exchanges. I were killed and one hundred and fifteen toll in lives lost. In Fulton county, clothes. And at home he hears some At your druggist, 25c. Formula on
in the southwestern tip of Kentucky, I complaint because he doe+n t do bet the bottle. ((1)
I I injured in a storm which swept over
iii this section of Alabama Sunday night. 66 were killed and more than 100 in- I ter. You hear much of the joy ofservice

Some estimates the dam- jured. Tipton, Dyer and Carroll coun- but smiu'tiiue there are two Tell it to the Telegraph andfyou tell
ZEPH H IRY LLS.-Dale Leonard, ayouth it is stated, is equal to the finest dyesof will reach say million property dollars. Of ties of Tennessee report 34 dead. Ala- sides.-Atchison (Kau.) Globe. everybody. Advertise. ,
of this place, ate eggs and milk Germany. We hope such is the case age bama reports 46 dead. Mississippi!
white and ,
the killed sixteen twentysix .
two weeks in order to add enough '-certainly the deposit is valuable and county, Arkansas, across the river -- -- --- -
for negroe's mine workers at I
to be admitted to the army. will bring much money into West from the Tennessee and Kentucky 0---
weight Bradford, mining town in the northern I
Florida. A company, capitalized at counties, which were swept, ten are ;
motion pic- $15,000 to $20,000 is said to be already part of Jefferson county. Many of dead. Clinton, Kentucky, where 23
. ST. AUGUSTINE. organized with the intention of erect- the injured are in Birmingham hospi- were killed and 73; injured is the town

ture firm in farm this near city this has city purchased and willkvote a ing a plant to extract the valuable tals and some are expected to live buta which suffered the greatest loss of life.No I INGERSOLLYankee 3
sixty acre to seventy-five men few hours.
time to substance. Fifty accurate estimate of the monetary -
considerable spare and boys will be employed, and enough Many Killed in Other States loss is available, as wire commun-

farming. dye deposit has already been discovered Revised reports from Kentucky, Ar- ications are badly crippled and but I .

-. to run the plant at least twentyfive kansas, Tennessee, and Alabama place little effort! is being made to appraisethe :
PERRY.-By a vote of four to one years. It is stated that $160 a ton the number known to have lost their damage wrought. I I! I

the people of this city voted to issue has been offered for the substance and lives in the series of tornadoes Sundayat Efforts! to restore wire communications I .
bonds for $25,000 for street pavingand that the output will be about ten tonsa 160 and the injured at 550. are only partially successful and ; I I '

I $20,000 for extension of waterworks day. Southeastern Kentucky reports in- it will be some hours yet before the I,

! and sewers.DeFUNIAK dicafes that section paid the heaviest full extent of the disaster is known. .
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I FERNANDINA.-With the beginning _
-- ,
SPRINGS. Henry of construction work the Dun- I ,
took a turkey to aneighbor's i I
,I Danley; : nellon Phosphate plant at a cost of WATCHES
house and had it -
over a quarter million dollars when I I
I with all the trimmings. Later the completed our city will take on indus- Mr. John Dohm, aged about :30 years 1
judge gave Henry the choice of paying trial activity never before witnessedhere. In Diving From Spring Board His died at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I.i I. c:

$150 or serving five months in the This big enterprise will un- i Skull Struck Cement Bottom. M. D. Carter, in the Wateroak section, : $1.35

gang. Henry had stolen the turkey. doubtedly begin the erection of its Monday evening, May 28th. The deceased -

plant here in less than sixty days from GAINESVILLE, May 28.-A sad aCcident who lived at Pittsburg, Pa.,
j PLANT CITY.-Miss Edna Anderson date, and when begun will employ a at Worthington Springs Sundaywas had come to Florida to get relief from

! age sixteen years, committed suicide cowering that which befell Mr. Ralph H. consumption, but the cause of his i Ingersoll Midget wrist watches t
I Saturday two weeks ago while visiting Pellett of this city, which resulted in death was catarrh of the stomach.

I her aunt in Lakeland. A morbid sure completion within that time. It the beath of a bright and popular The deceased was born in Jacksonville -

! exaggeration: of petty trials incidentto is also stated that Fernandina has within young man at his father's home this and was a son of Mr. John Dohm, Radiolite. Can see the time on

home life is said to be the only the past week completed arrrange- morning at 8:30 o'clock. who lived in Starke many years ago

cause for the act.MANATEE.Nearly. ments with a company to be known as Ralph had gone to the springs with I and will be remembered by the older

the Fernandina Shipbuilding Corporation a number of others from this city I citizens, and his mother was a daughter the darkest night.Boy's '

a hundred negroes for the establishment of a ship- Sunday to enjoy the bathing, and at I I of the late :Mr. Wm. Underhill. I :

have left Manatee and Braden- building plant here, work on which is.. about 5 o'clock in the afternoon when At this writing it is not decided at movementI I II

, town recently for the North, attracted to begin at once. This company has a I there were but few in the pool, he undertook -I what place the interment will be made. Radiolite Lever
contract with the United States i I
When gov- to dive from the springboard.The .
j by the promise of big wages. This question will be settled by the
ernment for the building of several of water is as clear as crystal, and he }
of winter
the first cold blasts comes father of the deceased upon his arrival
they will all wish themselves back in the many merchant ships being con- was told by some one that it was 15 from Pittsburg. Beside his wife and I I $4.00
tracted for throughout the southeas- feet deep where he intended to leap,
Sunny Florida.OCALA.Word. father, the departed leaves many relatives -
tern states. when as a matter of fact it was only to mourn him, several of whom I Ingersoll Lever 16 size gold
received here (four or five feet deep. His head struck live in this county. .
was APALACHICOLA. Saturday of the cement bottom'with great force, '
early Friday morning that one of Un- last week Mr. J. W. Berry, of'Buck's I cutting an ugly gash in his skull and I! i filled 00. :

cle Sam's soldiers had been killed and Siding, came Apalachicola and reported the blow paralyzed him.E. OOOO S000 $ 00nOJO I II cases, $6. .

another badly mangled by a Seaboard t() Sheriff Hose the finding of W. McCreary, of this city, who 0 p I

train near Tampa Thursday night. The the body of a man near the' upper was watching the bathers from the up- I<" TRAIN SCHEDULE. !

soldiers were guarding a bridge acrossa Fort Gadsden creek. One of Mr. Ber- per balcony, saw Ralph struggling in --- 0''I i U.D.MINERStarke
river and both fell asleep on the ry's hands, a while chipping I ,
negro the water and thought he was playing '!' New time table went into effect *' .
track with the above result. Both of boxes nearby was assailed by a very until he noticed blood rising to the surface -I.&. 12:01 a. m., Sunday, May G, 1917, '!" I :
the young men were from Jacksonville. offensive odor. At first he thought the when he called to Joe Rivers and I." and trains will run as follows: > Fla. I
''odor came from a dead animal, but on Henry Gleason, the only bathers in at '<> <$> [ !t i!

MILTON.-That better and bigger ''I'further investigation he discovered the the time, and they brought the injured o Jacksonville to Tampa.

things are in store for Milton in a bus- body of a man in the pond. Not caring boy out of the pool.A <* No. 3____r___________10:55 a. m. + ., TTii -- ,
iness way is assured by the location of to venture out alone he called to physician was summoned and everything 6) No. 1_______________11:14 p. m. -------
two ship building plants here duringthe one of the other hands chipping boxesin done that was possible. The '0' No. 15 "Floridian"2:37 p. m. '?> r. x
past few days. While there has the woods, and the two men went blow on the head caused concussion of > <$> 1 ;

been some talk of such enterprises be- close enough to the pond to see that the brain, but he never at any time Jacksonville to Cedar Key.

ing located here, it was not until the the body was that of a man. They lost consciousness, nor did he complainof ,; No. 21_______________ 4:50 p. m. ;> TEAM WORK
past week that this place was actually then went to headquarters and reported I suffering. His friends brought him ! :i

decided upon as the best of the several the matter at once to Mr. Berry. to the city on the 7:13 A. C. L. train I\*> Tampa to Jacksonville. ?' ii i:1
places in which to locate these plaits. The sheriff, coroner and jury at once and he was taken to his father's homeon <*' No. 4_______________ 3:26 p. m. .*'
II repaired to the pond where the body West University avenue, where he
load. of the murdered man was found and passed away the next morning, remaining 4 No. 16 "Floridian" ___ 5:54 p. m. > WI NS.
TAMPA.-A farmer brought
and I an investigation begun. The result of conscious to the last. .
of onions to the city Saturday :
this investigation fastened the crimeon $ Cedar Key to Jacksonville.
sold them to a dealer for four cents a a white man living on the Van Horn '<' No. 20______________ 9:18 a. m. .$> r
pound. When they reached the con- COLORED CITIZENS, ATTENTION.

place, named Charlie Austrea, with
sumer, after going through the va- his son, Dewey Austrea, as accessory. < > Starke and Wannee. Pulling in single harness is a hard job, but team
rious middlemen, they had reached <8> (Daily Except Sunday)
As far as the jury knew there were no A patriotic meeting of colored citizens work lightens the heaviest load.
twelve cents a pound-only three times No. 101 Leaves Starke 6:45 a. m. >
eye witnesses to the crime, but in their will be held in the city of Starke,
what the farmer got for them. And No. 104 Arrives Starke 2:45 p. m. $>
we wonder why things are so high.A opinion the circumstantial evidence at the court house, Friday evening, <> This bank is the team mate of its customers. It

good remedy is to do away with the justified their verdict that the deceased June 1st, at 7:30 o'clock. Every colored T. J. GRIFFIN, cares for their savings, pays them interest on their
Pitts by name, came to his deathat citizen is requested to be present Q &
middlemen, and raise your own food- Agent. deposits and does its share in lightening the loads of
stuffs. the hands of Austrea, Sr., with the without fail, and we kindly ask that $ <>> ,

son as accessory. The murdered man all of the white citizens who can come e000000090'eP0oYou life.
-accompanied by a woman whom he be present.

TITUSVILLE.-The huge 1,300,000 introduced as his wife, and his son, There will be speakers from both Need a Spring-Laxative.Dr. Open an account with us and let's pull together.

gallon tank being erected by the Florida appeared in this section some three or races who will speak on matters of King's New Life Pills will re-

East Coast railway in the local four weeks ago. They secured em- grave importance to the colored citi- move the accumulated wastes of win-
yards for the storage of fuel oil will, ployment on the Van Horn place located zens.
intestines the burden of
ter from ,
last Sat- the Apalachicola river. The BANK OF STARKE
tt is expected, be completed on the blood. Get that sluggish spring
urday. The tank measures 30 feet in evidence before the coroner's jury
SUMMER; SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY fever feeling out of your system, and
height, 78 feet in diameter and 240 feet showed that the Pitts woman left the "
in circumference. It is made up of six neighborhood on Tuesday of last weekon OF FLORIDA.The brighten your eye, clear your complexion. STATE, COUNTY AND CITY
Get that vim and snap good
ters of steel sheeting: riveted together the seamer Callahan. She reappeared purified healthy blood. Dr. King's New DEPOSITORY t
with steel bottom resting directly Apalachicola on Saturday morn
up-\\ attention of teachers and ad- Life Pills are a non-griping laxative
dirt foundation about 15 ing, leaving the city Saturday night.It .
un a she vanced students is hereby called to the that aids nature's process, try them STARKE FLA :
height. was reported to jury that ,
expressed the fear that her husbandwas excellent opportunities afforded them tonight. At druggists, 25c. (1)) .
by the Summer School of the Univer- ;
murdered. The coroner's jury
MIAMI.-While in the officeof handle sity of Florida which opens June 11th .'>
found an axe with a broken I
County Judge Sam Barco Wednes- containing some blood on Austrea's and continues for ten weeks. I aaaaat -
day swearing out a warrant on nonsupport The faculty is larger than usual, and
premises. The trail of an ox cart was
and desertion charge, Lena is composed of some of the most prom- "
followed from Austrea's premises to
Abrahams was arrested by deputy the pond where the body was found, inent educators of the state. I
sheriff Rolfe on a charge of carryingexcess and while there is no direct evidencethe In addition to courses leading to Ill Women r 4

baggage in the form of alcoholic jury believed that Austrea killed !state, county and special certificates,
1 Lena forgot that she had 'college courses will be offered in the
Pitts at his home, loaded the body in Here is a message to
more than the "quart a month" bill the ox cart and dumped it in a shal- 'I following: Biological Sciences, Chem- suffering women, from
allows stored in her residence and she low pond two miles distant, where it istry, Education, History, Mathematics :Mrs. W. T. Price, of
likewise forgot to steer clear of the was found. The Lody showed a gunshot Modern Languages and Psychology.There Public, Ky.: "I suffered -
in await- will also be in with painful...",
courthouse. She is now jail wound in the breast from a high courses com-

ing a preliminary hearing.JACKSONVILLE.With. .powered gun and one or more blows mercial and subjects music. manual training, ora- she with writes.a weakness"I got in down my THE UNIVERSAL CAR
on the steamer Callahan. She appear- back and limbs...!
The University, out of its special
the an- I an axe. The coroner's jury ordered felt helpless and dis-
funds is for additional lec-
nouncement of the awarding of con- the body buried where it was found. couraged. had about
turers and special week's institutefor
a of
given hopes ever
tracts for four additional steel steamships county superintendents and other being up well again whena A little extra attention to your Ford car, a little 4'

Merrill-Stevens and 12 wooden Company vessels, of this to city the, EVER SALIVATED BY school officials. 1 friend insisted I adjusting now and then,will help to keep it in prime
CALOMEL? HORRIBLE! Tuition will be free. Board and
ur.d the statement that many other room ,$-1 to $fi a week TakeGARDUI condition and add to its ability to serve you. Bring I
vessels would be built here, all signs of -
For full address H. W.
pessimism as to the outlook for the and Acts particulars Ford car here. Why take any chances? Let 4
Calomel is Quicksilver Cox, Dean of the Teachers' College, your

in immediate many quarters future were preparations dissipated have and Like Dynamite On Gainesville.. those who know how, those who use genuine Ford ,t'

teen started for caring for the ii.ater- Your Liver. parts, take care of your car. To be sure of gettingthe

ial increases in business which will EXAMINATION DATES FOR skilled Ford j
follow the employment of such an I I TEACHERS COME ON JUNE 12 best service from your Ford car let
Calomel loses You know t.
army of workers as will be required you a day care for it. Prompt attention assured.
I men
this construction. what calomel is. It's mercury; quick- The Woman's TonicI
I! silver. Calomel is dangerous. It Under the new legislation, which has Touring Car $360, Runabout $345, Town .
!I crashes into sour bile like dynamite, just been enacted by the state legislature began Cardui. In
all f. b.
PLANT CITY.-A cattle deal in cramping and sickening you. Calomel a change in the date of the teach- a -short while I saw a Car $595, Coupelet $505, Sedan $645, o.

which approximately eight hundred attacks the bones and should never be ers' examinations has been made.These marked difference... Detroit. On display and for sale by

head figured, and in which the money put into your system. examinations have always been heldon I grew stronger right
consideration was between $12,000 and When you feel bilious, sluggish, con- the first Tuesday after the first along, and it cured me.I A. W. and G. A. Anderson

15000. was consummated here this stipated and all knocked out and be- Monday in June. Under the new law am stouter than "I Starke, Fla. '

week, when the Bart H. Hamilton herd .lieve you need a dose of dangerous they will be held on the first Tuesday have If been suffer la, you years.can
was sold by John Boyette to W. F. calomel just remember that your druggist after the second Monday in June. This appreciate you what It

Jones and F. W. Durrance. These cat- sells for 50 cents a large bottleof will cause the examinations to be held means to be strong and

tle are regarded as among the finest Dodson's Liver Tone, which is en- Tuesday, June 12, this year. welL Thousands of women -
range cattle in this section. They are tirely vegetable and pleasant to take Those who desire to take' the exam- give Cardul the

located in the Springhead communityand and is a perfect substitute for calomel.It ination please take notice.E. credit for their good

the bulk of them, it is understood, is guaranteed to start your liver R. POPPELL, health. It should help
will be left on the range for some without stirring you up inside, and Sunerintendent. you. Try CarduL At E-73 all 11111

time. The herd had been owned by can not salivate.Don't t druggists. l
Mr. for two since It makes
Boyette a year or take calomel you Heaviest and Lightest Woods Here.
Mr. Hamilton abandoned stock raisingon sick the next day; it loses you a day's Both the heaviest and the lightest
an extensive scale. work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens I i
woods grow in the United States the To Cure a Cold la One Day
I right up and you feel great.
you Florida ironwood and
former being Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop.the
MILLIGAN. Okaloosa county, Give it to the children because it the latter the s.l-t'alll'.1 cork of south- .Cough and Headache and work off the Cold.Drnagists .
near Garnier's bayou, a deposit of it perfectly harmless and does not refund money if it fail to cure
entoni Ii"ollri. w. GROVE'S signature on each hoa.:5c.
j E.
black dye has been discovered, \,hicn. gripe. (10-4i4)) I


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Mr. and Mrs. Brady Brown and chil- SEABOARD TO RUN SPECIAL RED CROSS DANCE AT ARMORY. ( orchard white at any drug store and

dren and Mrs. Susan Beilling, of Providence FOR YOUNG COLLEGE GIRLS ____ i two lemons from the grocer ar.-j makeup

were guests at the home of Mr 1---- Last Tuesday evening, Mrs. H. C. a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant -

Bits of and Mrs. C. A. Mixon during the : The Seaboard Air Line Railway will Richard, chairman of the Finance com- lemon lotion and massage ?t daily
LocalInformation week. operate a special train from Tallahassee mittee of the Red Cross, gave a delightful into the face, neck, arms and hands.It .
to Jacksonville on June 6 for the dance at the armory. Quite a is marvelous to smoothen rOIl;h, red
Wednesday Mrs C. A. Marks received purpose of bringing a large number of large crowd was present, a number of hands. i ((96)(
JL a wire from her sister, Mrs.: A I young women students from the Flor- the guests being from other towns. .

C. Adams, of Atlanta, stating that ida State College for Woman, which is Music for the dancing was furnished J. S. Andrews, of Lawtey, :motored -

II ..MMhy O.r ?..pt.. MlM1..s Mrs. Adams' baby died that day at to close for the summer months. The by an orchestra from Jacksonville, and to Starke Wednesday and attendedto
P"MI. M W c.... eM r...... 7 noon, after a short illness. Mrs. :Marks special will reach Jacksonville at 8 the armory was beautifully decorated business. {, ,
and children left immediately for p. m., and the young women will depart with flags, greens and the national col- -
Gainesville, where the funeral will take during the night and day for various ors. The punch table was presided over -
SRto place. Mrs. Adams has often visited points in the state. by Mesdames J. E. Wilson, A. \'.
in Starke, and her friends here learnof Long and W. L. Wall; cake, candy and
Col. A. Z. Adkins returned Sunday The delinquent tax list for 1916 appears -
>a from a business trip to Washington.Mr. in this number of the Telegraphand her bereavement with deep regret. EPWORTH LEAGUE ANNIVERSARY sandwiches were served by MesdamesJ.
it is larger than it has been for :M. Alvarez, I). C. Jones, II. C.
to1b Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was in
Florence Matthewsand
Richard, Misses
W. H. Philips made a trip to years. All land owners should look
Live Oak last Friday.Mrs. over it carefully. Starke Thursday.AXXOUXCEM. Marie Livingston. Little Misses i
held :Elice Jones and Virginia Weeks distributed -
Epworth League an "An-
Hattie Imason, of Jacksonville, N. B. Hull has one of his show win- EXTS. niversary Day Service" last Sunday I the dancing programs.The .

is the guest of Mrs. Jay S. .Brown. dows tastefully dressed. In front ofa evening at the Methodist church, being I sum of $58 was made during the
SoAo landscape picture lies a mirror, so The United Daughters of the Con- presided over by. lrs. Barr in her I evening, and after all expenses were i

a.a T. B. Handley, of Raiford, had bus- framed that it strikingly resembles a federacy will meet next Wednesday, usual efficient manner. I paid $20 was cleared. The chairmanof
iness in Starke Monday.A. miniature lake. June 6th, at 3:30, at the home of Mrs.A. The president of the league, Prof.S. the finance committee desires to Instead of
V. Long. S. thank the public for their liberal help
Dowling, an excellent paperon Plaster and Lath
T A. Stokes, of Lawtey, was in Mrs. Nelle Hughes gave a delightful Flower Mission Day will be observed the subject of the evening, "The and attendance.

Starke Monday.Mr. picnic to her music class on Tues- by the W. C. T. U. at the home of Epworth Tree." Miss Olive Ray very Quick work, independent of
day. The party went to the beautiful the Superintendent. J. F. Colley, artistcially drew a picture of the Ep SUNDAY SERVICES.Next .
weather conditions
I W. M. Wainright made a busi- woods south of town where they had next Monday afternoon at 3:30. All worth tree with its various fruitful ; inexpensive

ness trip to Jacksonville last Tuesday.J. dinner, games and songs. members are requested to bring flow- branches, also the Junior League Sunday is the middle Sabbathin yet very attractive panelled
ers and delicacies for the sick and springing from the roots of the older our conference year. Let's make it effects-for instance, oak wainscot

T. Wills Jr., is now flagman on Those who attended services at Cor- shut-ins. tree. This drawing was tacked on the a great day for the Sunday school, with cream above.
the Jacksonville and Tampa express. inth church Sunday, Rev..P .M.: Riggs The Methodist Missionary Societywill wall and the leader often referred to leagues, and both preaching services.
officiating, report good sermons and a meet next Thursday afternoon at it in the course of the program. The Holy communion will be adminis- Neponset Wall Board is an

Mrs. A. V. Long and chldren mo- fine time generally. The baptism of a 3:30 at the Methodist church. Mrs. Barr spoke in behalf of the tered in the morning service. The of- ideal material for Summer Cot-

tored down to Gainesville last Friday new member took place at Crosby Junior League, saying it was organ- fering will be for Home Mission spe- tages and Bungalows and many
lake. ized the latter part of January with cial. The Sunday school is growing general domestic interiors. '
12 members and that they now number larger all the time, and we are look- .
I Little Miss Mabel Edwards, of Great quantities of sweet corn, Irish All auto owners who will kindly as- 42. Kate Young read a paper about ing for a number of new members

Gainesville, is visiting. her sister, Mrs. potatoes, beans, squashes, cucumbersand sist in carrying the Junior Leaguersout the work of the Juniors. Orville and I Sunday. All our meetings have been
A. Z. Adkins. potato vines are being shipped to Kingsley iake Friday afternoon Coke Barr gave a joint recitation, and especially good during the past month NEPDNSETWALL
from Starke daily. Our truckers have are requested to meet on the street Vivirette Floyd gave a reading about I and there is no need of the attendance
Mrs. F. A. Scott, district health responded faithfully to the request to near the residence of Dr. Freeman at the League Flower-the violet. falling off during the summer. Let's BOARD
nurse, will leave Tuesday for.a tour of give the country "something to eat. 2 o'clock. There are about 40 of these Miss Myra Barr read a carefully take care of the church, and God will

.y Baker county. Juniors, and they are developing into prepared paper in regard to the char- take care of us. For Walls and Ceilings
lIissIag ic Hamrick, a member of splendid little Christians. They are ity and help department of the league, T. L. Z. BARR,

Col. A. Z. Adkins made a business the High School faculty at Douglass, to have a business meeting and a pic- Miss Barr having this department in Pastor. I II I Only a hammer and saw are needed;
trip to Tallahassee the first of the Ga., arrived a few days ago to spend nic at the lake Friday afternoon, and charge. Mr. George White read an interesting I i it can be nailed right on wails or stud-
week. I the summer vacation with her mother every person having an auto can assist paper on the missionarywork LEMONS WHITEN AND ding and will not crack!
and sisters in this city. grealy in this noble work. Come
of the league. A entitled
paper It comes in sheets, ready to use; in
No. 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious with your car, and help those boys and "Why Report?" the same being with BEAUTIFY THE SKIN two st"les-quartered oak and cream
Fever. It kills the germs. Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Law and Miss girls, regardless of what church you reference to press publicity, was read white .
Doris Law went over to Lake City this belong to. Help from all denomina- Miss
Amelia Mr.
by Ray. L. E. Jor-
Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at week to attend commencement exercises tions will be appreciated. dan represented the office of secretary Make This Beauty Lotion It need not be painted,but
be. It is
can waterproofedand
Starke Hardware Company. es Columbia College. :Mr. Blanchard by reading a paper concerning that Cheaply For Your Face
Law is a graduate of the class of 1917 I CAMP FIRE GIRLS EXTERTAIXTOXIGHT. work. Miss Cleo Mitchell, league organist ';, sanitary; easily cleaned "
with cloth.
a damp
Fruit jars, all sizes and styles at I of this' institution. read a beautiful paper rela- Arms, Neck and Hands.At .

Starke Hardware Company. tive to music. The Epworth Era, a j, For Salt 6y ,
Mrs. E. L. Odom and Cecil Ritch,
Tonight, at Hopson Theatre, the local paper published in interest of league i the cost of a small jar of ordi- QUIGLEY LUMBER &
Miss Cassie White, Mr. 0. W. White who have been visiting Mrs. W. J. Ep work, was represented by read i
organization of Camp Fire Girls a paper !:nary cold cream one can prepare a full
and little daughter Etholin, spent person and other relatives here, have will give a charming entertainment. by Mr. 0. W. White. The evening's j I quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon SUPPLY' COMPANY

Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. I gone to Lake Butler for a visit, after Fifteen young ladies and a number of program was closed by Wilbur Scott[ skin softener and complexion ,
their home
will to ,
which return
they little folks will take part on this pro- discussing the'work of the treasurer of : beautifier, by squeezing the juice of -
Jennie Lou Noble and baby, of St. Petersburg. gram. Do not fail to see'this good this organization. two fresh lemons into a bottle con- STARKE .
Sarasota, are visiting ot the home of; musical comedy. Admission 15 and 25 I taining three ounces of orchard white
}Ir. and Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs Katie Floyd left Tuesday morn- FLORIDA.
cents. Eight o'clock.SPRIXG Care should be taken to strain the juice ,
)Ir. Clyde Chancey afternoon -
ing for her home in Colorado Springs, spent Sunday \
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp i
Col. Mrs. Floyd was accompanied as
Mr. Lucian Wainright, of Jacksonville father Mr. FESTIVAL. M. H. Chancey. He left Starke sev-1 I gets in, this this lotion will keep fresh I .
'far Jacksonville by her ,
is few here with as 1
spending a days
for months. knows that JI
Miss eral for the North, and this woman
N. T. Ritch, Vivirette Floyd, years ago j
his mother and other relatives. I'
Nannie Howell, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. At St. Mark's rectory, on Thursday is, we believe, his first visit home. Un- lemon juice is used to bleach and remove i
Griffin and children, the party goingup afternoon of last week, Mrs. Fryer and til lately he had lived at Waynesville, such blemishes as freckles, sal-
Mrs. L. C. Ray and son, Lawrence, by automobile. the ladies of the Guild very graciously X. C., but he is now the clerk of the : lowness and tan and is the ideal skin
of Dunedin, are visiting at the homeof ( !softener; whitener and beautifier.Just .
entertained, the affair being for the largest hotel of Brunswick, Ga. His : I
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White.
i Fruit jars, rubbers and tops. J. F. benefit of the sidewalk fund. many friends were glad to greet him. I try it! Get three ounces of i{

Kickliter. 2t. The guests came in response to the
Mrs. Joe Hill Williams went over
to Live Oak last Friday to attend the following invitation"To ] ,
funeral of her brother's little son. | Rev. C. W. Inman, pastor of the a Spring Festival, you're invit- ,
First Methodist church, south, of De- ed to roam.

L. D. Palmer and family, who had Land, was in Starke the first of the E. At St. Mark's rectory, Mrs. Fryer's N. T. RITCH, Pre. W. T. Weeks Vice-Pre. J. H. RITCH Cuhiu J
been living in the northern portion of week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. home; J.j

r Starke, have moved to Lochloosa. I W. Stewart. Mr. Inman is as ener- The measure around your skirt we j
getic a sever, and had, as usual, a take, J

Miss Lois Peek returned home last kind word for all. He was the pastorof It may be this or last year's make,
week from Arcadia, where she was the First Methodist church here for Five cents for each half yard we ask, Bradford County BankBradford

employed in teaching the past term. as many years as the conference would It's lots of fun-and no great task,
i allow and is highly beloved by all. Thursday, May 24th, we hasten to .

Mr. Harold S. Brown left Sunday meet,
night for Plant City, where he will go 1 A pathetic incident took place near So be sure to come-your friends to County's Financial Stronghold.
afternoon, when "
into the garage business.Mr. I the depot Saturday greet.
',Sheriff Epperson transferred many Amid much merriment, Mrs. H. C. ;

Drayton Colley left Sunday afternoon barrel gallons into of "grape the gutter.cider" from Several a yellow by- Richard took the measure of the skirts Condensed statement of the condition of Bradford County Bank :
for Valdosta, where he has which amounted to a neat little sum

been offered a business position.For tears standers, for could"grape hardly cider"restrain is no slouch their for this good cause. After the skirt at close of business May 1st 1917. jil'

( measurement the following programwas
substitute for skull.
as a
Sale-Moving picture theatre, carried out: '
well arranged, all in first class con- I Song, "My Country 'Tis of Thee"- RESOURCES LIABILITIES
dition. B. B. Hopson, Starke, Fla. Rev. and Mrs. W. F. LaRowe left Sung as a chorus, Mrs. C. A. Futch t
"Monday for Jacksonville, to begin a accompanist. Loans and Discounts $152,740.32Bradford Capital Stock paid in $25,000.00 1

No. 666 will cure Chills and Fever. twelve days' revival at Edgewood Violin-Miss Doris Law, Mr. Clifford County School Warrants 27,207.07 Surplus fund 10,000.00
It is the most speedy remedy we know. Christian church. They will visit Tatum; piano, Miss Lucile Tatum.
Undivided less 6.076.85
Starke tomorrow (Saturday) for the Reading, "Composite Ghosts"Irs.E. Town of Starke Bonds 2.000,00 profits, expenses paid .

For Sale Moving picture theatre,I purpose of baptizing Mr. Lee Taylor M. Johns.VoiceMrs.. Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 21,113.84 Cashier's checks outstanding 1,119.15 '

well arranged- all in first class con- and Mrs Sally Rowe, at Crosby lake will, Mabel Duncan; Miss All other Real Estate owned 5,861.50 Deposits 238,507.69 !
at 1130| p. m., after which they
dition. B. B. Hopson, Starke, Fla. return to Jacksonville.I Law, accompanist. Over-drafts, secured and unsecured 418.73
Recitation, "What is Ice? -Maxine
Cash hand and in Banks 71,362.23TOTAL .
Young. on
with her sister Mrs.E.
After a visit of the Model
am again in charge Violin Miss Doris Clifford
W. Stewart, Miss Kate Inman has
Bakery and solicit the patronage of Tatum Miss Lucile Tatum TOTAL $280,703.69
returned to her home in DeLand. ; accompanist. $280,703.69
'I the public. J. O. Turner. .

Mrs. Ella Johnson has returned froma j A cluster of fine black raspberries, Reading-Mrs. C. A. Futch. modern facility for the most satisfactory transaction
visit with relatives at Live Oak,, Dr. E. T. Campbell, of this Instrumental Solo-Kate Young. Every

greatly improved in health.W. (grown city, has by been on exposition at the cile Reading Tatum., "Joan of Arc"-Miss Lu- of business is offered by us. Absolute safety, perfect convenience J

M. Whitten the Raiford naval Bank found of no Starke.trouble with Dr. Campbell his raspberry has Recitation-:Miss Alda Fryer prompt service are all afforded you by this Bank. !
Song, "The Star Spangled Banner"Sung
stores man, was transacting businessin bushes and there is no reason why
StarkeIonday.. these delicious, berries should not be accompanist.- as a chorus; Irs. C. A. Futch, Your account is cordially invited and you are assured of pur i i

Miss Clara DeLoach, of Gainesville, generally grown here. Mrs. Duncan's beautiful voice selec- best attention at all times.Bradford <' I

is visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. Hudson, Prof. T. J. Poppell is in Starke on a tions were who sung delighted to an appreciative in listening audience to- .

in Starke. visit to his Mr. and Mrs. J.
her clear, sweet, well trained voice.
H. Poppell. The professor has just Mrs. Duncan's voice is a general favorite Bank !
Ruh- Tism-Antiseptic, AnodyneKills closed a successful term as principalof County !
here in musical circles and everyone -
1 pain, stops putrefaction.I the high school at Titusville. This I
is glad of the opportunity to .
be conducted in
I school will henceforth listen: to her exquisite singing.Mrs. .
I '\ Droke is holding down a a new $65,000 building, and will have Fryer's rooms were decorated 1
clerkship in Hull's Department Store, | thirteen teachers. Several new departments with vases of splendid Marechalneil Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
and his many friends will always find ,! have been added. Professor and red roses, also bowls of nasturtiums j
him his post there. !i Poppell will probably accept the prin-
on : and a large United States flag
cipalship for the term 1917-18. Thus Starke Florida.HULL'S t !
was draped over the door between the .
Mrs. I). R. Edwards spent the weekend \' another young Bradford man has made reception room and the living room. ,

in Sumner with her husband whois good. At the close of the afternoon dainty .

oJ employed there by the Cummer i refreshments were served by Misses : ;.,,.- .
Lumber Company. I Home enterprises need the patronage Lucile Tatum, Alda Fryer, Kathleen ',' '

of home people. The Model Bakery Alvarez, Doris Scott and Aileen Alva- .,

Misses Susie Darby and May Fripp is a home enterprise. Give us your -. .. .r_ .
returned home Saturday from Live patronage and we will endeavor to give f :-\ l
Oak, where they were members of the you good service. J. 0. Turner. rez.LASSIFIE 1 I I

school faculty the past term. D L LI :
Rev. George F. Scott left last Fri- :I I

day for Battle Creek, Mich. He will J. L. Weeks, of Terre Houte, tuft KENT-Small house close to the Store

stop enroute for visits at different Ind., preached both morning and evening Park. Apply to D. W. Manning, I !i J
j jt .
in Georgia. Starke. 5-18-31.
points at the Baptist church last Sunday :

The "every" member canvass is on We Cash for Country Produce Eggs )
t Judge J. T. Wills and State Attorney for church finances. The work is to FOR SALE-Rose No. 4 seed Irish potatoes : pay ,

A. V. Long are in Gainesville attending be completed this week and the final $1.60 per bushel. D. W. Baled I '
and Hay.
the second week of Alachua report is to be made next Sunday Moore, Theressa, Fla. 5-25-tf. Corn

co-intv circuit court. night.There will be the usual services next FOR SALE-Lots 5, 6, 7 and 8,'block N. B. HULL STARKE FLA. t. I

Get you a safety deposit box in a Sunday morning and evening, to which 4, Alvarez's addition to Starke.. Sub- :LL! l '
fireproof vault for your papers and the public is cordially invited. mit best cash offer to F. J. Wilder,
1 valuables at the Bradford County Bank I W. G. LAW, Pastor. New Smyrna, Fla. 6-1-2t. -'- ------ I


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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917.
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r Bradford County Farms and FarmersEAT : ii

l ECONOMY IN LEATHER NEGROES ORGANIZE TO RAISE clarant." 11. What military seruce have yon :

MORE CORN FARM FARMING PAGE AS A GAMBLE i FOOD ON FARMS IX DUVAL CO. You are also a naturalized citizen if, had? Rank? Branch? Years? Xtioo t
although foreign born, your father or 'or State?
Simple Measures Recommended for became fully naturalized ]- !
The Most Effective Substitute for Its Kind surviving parent No matter what country you served
Wear of Shoes. County Organization First Of
Increasing of
Include Livestock in OperationsTo under 21
Must while you were years I
Wheat at Our Disposal. To Be Perfected By Negroes. you must give complete information!
Provide Sure Income. the United
age, and if you came to i In answering these questions, first
demands leather-leather for States under 21. I '
War name rank, using of
your one the fol-
Ordinarily the quantity States of corn is from pro- Most likely there is no other calling soldiers, leather for harness, leather JACKSONVILLE, May 20.-A. A. ((3)) You are a declarant if, althougha lowing words: "Commissioned officer"
dutin the United for of kinds. In this Turner, club agent, Farm and citizen subject of some foreign "
of that carries with it the element of un- equipment many manager or "Noncommissioned officer. Trhate! I!
times to quantity
thref to four is such that Homemakers Clubs of Florida, employed have declared on oath
small portionof certainty as does farming. The Amer- country there no surplus country you Next state branch in which you served
wheat, but only a very cent- ican people have a certain amount of we can afford to waste any of it; andit by the government and under the before a naturalization court your intention in one of the following words ""Infan-
the crop-from 5-to food.per This speculation bred into their systems; is wasting leather not to care for supervision of Dr. P. H. Rolfs, direc- to become a citizen of the Unit- try," "cavalry," "Artilleryjfcdi. .

has been used be for estimated human in normaltimi to them, farming in the oldfashionedway and preserve it properly. In the army tor of the experiment station of the ed States. Receipt from the clerk of cal," "Signal]," "Aviation," upply,"- _

amount may bushels a is enticing. But in these days of and out, we all wear shoes. If we state university, closed a two days' 'the court of the certified copy of such "Marine," "Navy." Next Hate the '

at Not about 200,000,000 5 cent has been abnormal conditions the desire for manage them rightly, they will last successful demonstration in canning at declaration is often called "taking out number of years' service, not counting

year. in over times.per A relatively speculation is giving way to one of longer, we will not need so many new Bethel Baptist church, Monday even- first papers." You are not a declarantif time spent in the reserve. Finally\ ,

exported increase peace in the corn acreage, "Safety First." That is why the far- ,ones, and there will\ be more left for ing. your first paper was taken out after name the nation or state you served. If I
slight millions of mers of the South are broadening the others. The following suggestions of Nearly two hundred negro women September 26, 1906, and is more than 'you served under the UniteStates
therefore bushels of place human many food at the farming activities, and that is why so the leather and paper laboratory of and men attended the demonstrationsand 7 years old. or one of the states of the .United

more of the world without inter- many of them, are seeking to build up the United States department of agriculture gave close attention to his instructions (4) You are an alien if you do not I States, name your sen:. ice in one of
disposal in with the feed need- good herds of livestock.The can be utilized by everyone and work. Many are said to fall within one of the three classes !the following terms: "Nationat guard

ed fering for the any support way of live stock.In time was when one cotton crop who walks: have mastered the art of canning and above mentioned. j (of such and such a state), "Militia
would for the whole farm and Shoes should be oiled or greased eight or ten clubs were organized for II "
of such such
and state
the past, with an abundance of pay j. Where were you born? I ( a ), "Volun
of other kinds has not been leave a surplus for living expenses be- whenever the leather begins to get community work. '. teers of United States," or Kegular,
grain corn First name the town, then the state,
should be brushed After the demonstration the Negro
sides. That time has passed. Land is hard or dry. They of "
i i in demand for human consump "Columbus, Ohio !::Army (Navy) United States.
great then the country, as ;
dirt and the
held at too high a price and the boll thoroughly, and then all the Business League, under auspicesof "
tion. But with other grains no longer weevil has become a factor for certain mud that remains washed off with water which the demonstrations were held "Vienna, Austria;" "Paris, France; 12. Do you claim exemption from

abundant, circumstances will com the loss. Trucking is the sole venture the excess water being taken off met in the league's headquarters and "Sofia, Bulgaria." draft? Specify ground

pel more general recognition of Florida farmers but with a dry cloth. While the shoes are the outcome was the permanent organ- If citizen of what
valu of human food. The department practiced by some 6. not a countryare Because you claim: exemption from
corn as
I -- is urging strongly the wideruse uncertain weather and markets make still wet and warm, apply the oil or ization of the Duval Farm and Home- you a citizen or subject? draft, it by no means follows that you

of corn in the diet. It is the best the chances less for winning. Diversity grease with a swab of wool or flannel.It seekers club. This need be answered only by aliens are exempt. For the infonnarion of I
of farm and the raising of is best to have the oil or grease The work will\ be carried throughoutthe the .
substitute for wheat that we have and crops and declarants. Remember that a "de- war department you should make
about as warm as the hand can bear, county by this organization until
\ the
livestock is only sure plan accumulating claim if i'ltento
can be utilized in breads, mushes and clarant" is not yet a citizen of the a you prosecute
and it should be rubbed well into the the farmers and gardeners in
profits year after year, : negro I it. Some will be
a variety of other ways. We should United States: If an alien or decla- I persons exempted on
of leather, preferably with the palm. If section of the county are actively -
says J. M. Scott of the University every of their
make effort avail ourselves account occupations or offices
every to rant, state the name of your county, as j I ,
Florida station. necessary the oil can be applied to dry ] engaged and interested. The
experiment No system I of the fact
f of it.THI'MPS. "France "Japan, "China, etc. some on account ttiat they
of farming is going to be adopted leather, but it penetrates better when county club plans to have the state I have relatives dependent upon them

I I permanently which will not return a the latter is wet. After treatment, agent return next Saturday and continue 7. What 5 is your present trade, occupation for support. Your answer touchingthese"

IX HOGS CAN BE CUREDThe ,;rofit to the fanner.Diversity the shoes should be left to dry in a : his canning demonstrations or office?
: 'I, ''place! that is warm, not hot. nl'xtlonl1ay.. It is paid that this iI is things will be important in sup-
,Is all 1 This does not ask what once did porting the claim intend
of crops : urged by you you now to
oil is satisfactory for shoes the first jl
i Castor complete negro county organization : -
farm- 'I nor what you have done most of the ;make in your answer to the
and progressive present
, I following is taken from Florida county agents that to le polished for pta 1;er I of the kind in the state. J
I adviceto are i time what are best fitted to questions. Be therefore. that
J ers, and along with it goes the : nor you sure, the
i 0 Health Notes, published by state boardof footwear neat's foot fish ell or oleine I':
keep more livestock to consume, as I do. It asks what jour job i ii right grounds you now state are in conformity -
health BROOM CORN.
: substituted. If it is desiredto
I nearly as possible, everything grown may be .. j.-". now. State briefly, n$ "[elemer," "miner ,' with your answers to questions: 7
t. Take equal parts olive oil and spirits -I make the shoes and boots more waterproof 'I
I one-half on the farm. The most profitable animals ," "student, "laborer (on farm, in' and 8. In stating grounds :you claim
t of turpentine and pour I that can be kept on the farm are beef tallow may be added to "Tell the farmers to plant broom ,rolling mill, in automobile, wagon, or has exempting you, use one of the: following ]-
teaspoonful into each nostril once a these substances at the rate c!
i hogs And\ milk cov:s. On such a farm,, any corn on their politest land," said G. I other.factory)," etc. If you hold an terms: If you claim to be an
for three Skip three days of oil.
day days. half pound of tallow to a pint
there is no such thing as a complete a Girbing, of Amelia, "for broom corn office under state or federal government executive, legislative or judicial officerof
and repeat the dose, doing so againthrr.e The edge of the sole and the welt
head failure. Like in every other 'industry, is now worth $200 a ton, and I know name the office you hold. If you the state or nation, name your office
later. Hold the hog's
days Too
( should be greased thoroughly.
some years the profits will\ be small. that it grows on poor soil, for I have are in one of the following offices or and say where it is an office of the
until he swallows or coughs. M. much not be applied to
up can
W. Lee laid the hog on its back and Such may be true now with the pricesfor these grease. planted it three years on the above employments, use one of the names :j state or nation. If you claim to be a
f held its nose until it swallowed. He feeds at the highest point they parts.A grade of land and cut it twice duringthe hereafter mentioned: : member of a religious sect hose creed
lost several head up of hogs before tryingthe have ever reached, but there will be I simple method of making the soles season. Twenty cents will\ pay for I "Customhouse clerk," "employed in : forbids its members to participate in

remedy and it was tried on one some income. more durable, pliable and water resistant Feeding an acre and an acre will pro- I the transmission of mails," or "em- i war in any form, simply name the sect.

so near dead_ it would eat nothing. Now Florida has a climate which will : is to swab them occasionally with duce more than a ton.-Ex. ployed in an armory, arsenal, or navy' If you are employed in thp tr rlsmis-

the hog is eating anything and is fattening permit the growing of feed crops the overnight.linseed oil, setting them aside to dry /e. 1 + !' 1 + '!' + '! yard," "mariner, actually employed in I sion of the United States mails or as

rapidly. It has been two months greater part of the year. Forage can .*. t> the sea service of citizen or merchant j an artificer or workman in an armory,
since treatment began. be produced cheaply, and in the velvet Many of the common shoe polishesare .. QUESTIONS YOU MUST ANt, within the United States." arsenal, or navy yard of the United

M. W. LEE. bean the farmer has a grain crop harmful to the leather. All those .. ON REGISTRATION DAY, (. 8. By whom employed? Where em- States, or if you are a mariner employed -
which livestock relish and thrive on which contain sulphuric, hydrochloric, 5th. plojed] I in the sea service of any citizen or
and which also can be grown cheaply. or oxalic acids, turpentine, benzine or .., ,.. merchant within the United States, so
The Quigley Lumber & Supply Co. Cowpeas is another good crop for other volatile solvents have a tendencyto ,6 g : '. :' .b ,:. :' : : : !' If you are working for an individual'state. If you are a felon] or otherwise
have just completed a cattle dippingvat cattle or hogs, and in feeding these harden the leather and make it more 1'A firm, corporation, or association, state morally deficient and desire to claim ,

for Messrs. Yarborough & Hum- two crops to livestock no great quan- liable to crack.It careful study of the following its name. If in business for yourself, ; exemption on that ground, state your

phrey. The vat is located at Hum- tity of human feed is being consumed.It is poor economy, too, to wear a questions, which will appear on your so state. If you are an officer of the ground briefly. If you claim physical ..

phrey's still, about three miles from is yet time to plant them, and no shoe with the heel badly worn on one I registration card, will greatly assist f'tate'or federal government, say ;disability, state that briefly. If you
i t town. Florida farmer should have an idle side. This throws the shoe out of 'the registrars on June 5th. Study the whether your office is under the United 'claim exemption on any other ground,

.6 acre. shape and may soon result in its ruin.It 'I questions. Prepare the answers in States, the state, the county, or a mu- ''state your grounds briefly.
". is also ]likely to cause temporary the nicipality. In answer to the question
The farm demonstration agent of I your own mind. From questions
Palm Beach county has designated the I Master's Sale. injury to the foot. below you will see what you will be as to where you are employed, give the

, ( first week in June as "lime week. During Hereby notice is given that under To Preserve Harness i asked. town, county and state where you are .. -

t that time the growers are urged and by virtue of that certain final decree Harness leather, like shoes, can not I Questions will be asked for you to working.

f to lime their soils for next season's of foreclosure made by the Judgeof be neglected without injury that lessens -I answer in the order in which they appear 9. Hat you a father, mother, w ife, The Beauty Secret.

i crops. An effort will be made to have the 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida, its durability. It should be washed I' in this paper. These questions child under 12, or a sister or brother

t 100 cars of lime distributed. in Chancery sitting, in the Circuit and oiled frequently. The washing I are set out below with detailed infor- under 12 solely dependent upon you Ladies desire that irre-

Court for Bradford County, Florida, on should be done in tepid water with a mation to help you answer them. for support (!specify which)? sistible charm-a good
USE THE BREAD CRUMBS. the 25th day of May, A. D. 1917, in neutral soap and a sponge or stiff Do not write on, mark, or otherwise Consider your answer thoughtfully.If Of
i favor of J. W. Andrews & Son as complainants brush. After rinsing in clean tepid water mutilate these instructions. Do not it is true that there, is another ..il'i') complexion. (cursei4

I 1, and against E. D. Chandleret the harness is hung up to drain a remove them. They should be care- mouth than your own which- you alone- they do not wish others

.I The fellow who said that a woman al, as defendants.The little while before oiling. 'I fully read so that you will have your have a duty to feed, do not let your i: to know a beautifier

i I, ;, could throw out with a spoon faster undersigned, as Special Master, For driving harness neat's foot or I answers ready when you go before the military ardor interfere with the wishof ; has been used so'they
than a man could bring in with a shovel will offer for sale in front of the courthouse castor oil is best, but for heavy har- registrars. the nation to reduce war's miseryto .
t must have had in mind the waste of in Starke Florida the legal there be tallow in the buy a bottle of
during ness may some All answers will be written on the a minimum. On the other hand, un-
,. bread crusts and dry bread in the av- hours of sale on Monday, the 2nd oil. The applications should be light registration card in ink by the regis- less the person you have in mind is .

erage family. While dry bread does day of July, A. D. 1917, to the highestand for driving and liberal for heavy har- trar, who should be careful to spell all solely dependent upon you, do not hide Magnolia Balm

t make good chicken feed yet it is better best bidder for cash, the following ness. The oil, warm to the hand, is names correctly and to write legibly. behind petticoats or children. .

: for human consumption for its use described property, situated in Brad- rubbed thoroughly into the leather 1. Name in full Age in 10. Married or single (which)? UQUID FACE POWDER
j helps eliminate household waste as ford County, Florida] to-wit: The NE while it is still wet from the washing. years. Race (specify which)? and according to simple direction; Improve-and
\ well as furnish nourishing food for 1-4 of the NE 1-4 of Sec. 4 twp. 7, S. Excess oil which the leather is unableto This means all your names spelled ment refreshing.i. noticed Heal at Sunburn once. ,Soothing.stops Tan.coolii '

, the body. Because the bread is dry of Range 22 E. Except ten acres in take up should be removed with a out in full. This does not ask whether you were Fin*. Whitt, ROH"Rl.lSc. .
does not that it has lost State your age today in years only. once married, but whether you are
mean any- the NE corner lying and being in a clean, dry cloth. .at"Dniggub at 6,man Jind.
thing in food Disregard additional months or days. married noIn answer to the
value. ques-
The water has square and also two acres in the NW Sample (either color) for 2c. St.*,.
evaporated and must be returned be- corner lying and being one deep Be prepared to say "19," or "25," not tion as to your race, state briefly
ire in Lyon Mfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St.,Brook! *.N.Y.
Unhappy Friendship. whether "Caucasian
; fore the bread is palatable. North' and South and two acres long 19 yrs. 3 mos., or the like. "Mongolian,
\' Save every crumb of bread. Put it East and West. Many: people expect: too much from 2. Home address. "Negro," "Malayan," or "Indian." 'W-

, in the oven to dry out completely, then their friends. They may themselvesbe i
E. M. JOHNS, This means the place where you
i pass it through the food chopper. The A. V. LONG, Special Master. I so thoroughly genuine and sincere I have your permanent home, not the .
resulting crumbs can be kept in air Solicitor for that they expect all their friends to be
Complainant. place work. Be prepared to give
you i
anti bu the same, and when they discover
!-tight iars or cans and be 5-1-51. I "
the address in this way: 32 Main St.,
ready for a hundred and little faults in their idols they feel the ,
one uses, says I Chicago, Cook county, Illinois;" thatis
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, of the University i- disappointment most acutely. Do not 'I give number and name of street Armour .
of Florida extension division. Life. pitch your standard too high then you .
first, then town, then county and state.
.. : Toast the crumbs and serve with "Young man there is nothing worse are less likely to have your idol shat
milk and sugar as breakfast food. Use than high life on a low salary," said tered. Try to remember that friends 3. Date of birth. Standardized Fertilizers

with meat to make loaf and meat balls the wise man who is always giving ad- I will never disappoint us if we observetwo Write :your birthday (month, day ,

end croquettes. Use one-third of a Tice. "Oh. I don't know" replied the simple rules: (1) to find out and year) on a piece of paper before ".t.'

i cup of crumbs in place of that much young man who knew a thing or two what they are; (2) to expect them to going to registrar, and give the paperto ( I .
flour in making cakes and cookies. Use himself. "it's no worse than low life be just thatTrespass him the first thing. Example: "Au- This is no time for experimenting; get standardized 1

to thicken gravies and V ........",.. al- on a high salary."-Florida Times- gust 5,1894." Armour Fertilizers of proved crcp- J

l so in making scalloped dishes of meatsor Union. cards for sale at this office If you do not remember the year, l making ability. We offer our complete line of .

vegetables. This! is a good way tor" -- ___ __u_.____ ___ start to answer as you would if some long-lasting, soil-building fertilizers, scientifically : ,
ur leftovers. Dried cake crumbs make one asked you your birthday, as "Au- made from well known, standard materials -

r" delicious) ) puddings and the old-fash- r gust 5th." Then say "on my birthdaythis with but little change. Note especially! I

I ioned bread pudding with Its many variations year I will be (or was)-years our excellent formulas for Citrus trees, Corn t If
we have always with us. old." The registrar will then fill in the and Sweet Potatoes. ...
If you want the Get yours early-but
year of birth. Many people do not carry read our free catalog booklet carefully first.
WHAT ONE MAN HAS DONE in mind the year they were born.
OTHERS This may be obtained by the registrarby .

Highest Quality I this subtracting jear's birthday the from age in 1917.years on Armour Fertilizer Works

If all the commissioners will do as 1
much as R. J. Andrews has done, we !! 4. Are you (1) a natural born citizen J Jacksonville Fla. : ;
1 (2) a naturalized citizen (3) an ,
will not hear that old saving any more Printingat ; ;
t that "Bradford county has the worst alien; (4) or hate you declared your

roads of any county in the state." I intention to become a citizen? (specify .

When I changed the road from Lit- : hich). 4

- tIe Springs to Worthington the commissioners Least Cost ((1)) If you were born in the United I -i' ;

graded it up so narrow States, including Alaska and Hawaii, !

l i ; that when a man in a buggy meets an you are a natural born citizen, no mat- If
,, auto he has to get in the ditch for the I try us. ter what may have been the citizenshipor B. Z. }
auto to pass by him. Now-two cars I nationality of your parents. If you I
can each other without stopping.
pass were born in Porto Rico, you are a
He has also traded a part of the Fort citizen of the United States, unless Artesian JVell Driller -: :
We print Any thing from a
Call road. We have the best road now you were born of alien parentage. If ,
to Worthington that we have ever had. card to born abroad 1, ti
4 Visiting a Catalogue you were you are still a
ti Come again, R. J. I think Worth- citizen of the United States if your I have had twenty-four )'ears experience in

', ir.gton will support you again. father was a citizen of the United

A S. W. DUBOSE, The States at the time you were born, un- Well drilling in Florida. ,
Worthington. Fla. less you have expatriated yourself.

: ', May :28, 1917. (2) You are a naturalized citizenif J guarantee Lo satisfactorily complete all t 1 i

a Bradford County TelegraphStarke you have completed your naturalization -
{ Make your letterheads advertise ; that is, if you have "taken final CONTRACTS .

i: your business. Give them individuality papers." But you are not a citizen if ,

'I s: make them distinctive, noticeablenot Fla. you have only declared your intentionto Raiford, .-: Florida : f1
t i. commonplace. Use good stock become a citizen (that is, if you ar l

and have them printed by the Tetei t have only "taken out first papers"); '- ,1
i graph. in the latter case you are only a "de- ,
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NOTICE. DESCRIPTION QF LAND See. T1I1I. Rge. Acm Owner Tarn &; I DESCRIPTION OF LAND Stc. Twp. Kit Acre Owner Tarts &;

hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at public auction onh S. E. Cate S. E. -.Mil. ,

S otite MONDAY u IN JULY 1917, it being the 2nd day of said month, before the Courthouse of NEL of SEli _____________.21 5 22 35: C. R Sapp __________ l16 Lot 8 of blk 38 in Worthington __n________ ___________ Mrs. E N. Petty _.__, '11Z :
fit *'111 in Bradford County, State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to 2 A in NE cor of NE'4 of SW22\ 5 22 2 F. M. Bradley ______ 2.1-1 S'-.. of lot 2 and all lot 3 of blk 39 V' I

ifCTu! Stark amount due for taxes herein Bet opposite the same, together with the cost of such sale W''.. of W1. of SW'3 oC SE'4 ________22 5 22 10 G. W. Carter ______ 8.1'6 in Worthington --______--_______________________ Thomas & Lamb ._. !7>5

(lUrt NET. of S\\'I, except 2 A in'NE cor "_ 5 22 38 J. S. Mathia _______ 15.6 Fract lots or blks D F G and 1 in f

and adverbs g.QESCBIPTION N'. of blk I 5 in Lliwtey ____.____________________________ Chas Dinkins ______ 10.53 : Worthington -------------____?_____________________ Thomas &: Lamb ___' r.lf '
OF LAND See. Twp. Rwe. AcrK Owner Taxes & 1 It; 27 ft Nand S by 100 feet E and Fract blk "M" in Worthington ---------------________ Thomas & Lamb ____ .3.2! ,
8. E. COIIU. bounded E by Slate Street, N by SWU of NEU and NW'i! of SE', and : 1N'

NW\\ of SW'4 and S\\, of \\S'\. E. Torode and S by Mrs 111. E. 4 :: of NEU of SEU ________1_____23 6 20 100 J. T. Rea\es ________ ,?0.68 '

All S'" of W of.R R __ _____36 4 18 40 Mn Ida Anderson__$ 6.42 Edwards in La\\1ey ______________?_____________ llrs.: M. S. Brown ____ .07 Lots 2 and 3 of blk 24 in New River__23 6 20 D. W. and L W. I'in-s

!;WI. lying S' sn'd of Sand\ 81, of Elk j in Lawtey _____________________________-___________ -I rs M. E. Edwardl_ 20.61 Blk 2 and lots 1 and 3 of blk 13 in holster ________.j'1.61 j
of S I.; of 4 New River ......_._..._____._.___23 6 20
All ft ft State Ella Whitehead !
iying Nand E of R R ______36 4 18 60 D. L. Ward ______ .85 1 lot 50 by 100 on street ---- 2,18
SWIi I W\.. of SW4 _______________________28 6 20 80 F..B Johns
and of SWI _31 _____ 7.55 being store building occupied by R. R. 2-------1)1.9
S\\1' "f EI"NW\of 8WI and SE\! _____31 4 4 21 560.0 Unknown C. J. Haney__________ 46.08 Thede in Lawtey ________________________________________ Irs. M. E. Edwards__ 34.65 E'-: of SEU _______________________-29 6 20 80 F. B. Johns ______il.79'

I'1y and NEIi! ___________________-25 4 22 4' Nero Rawls __ __ 42:; All S. A. Bailey :tot and all diagonal lot Lot 3 and S!, of lot 4 and N!, of lot

!;gi. of ______-____. ________________25 4 22 320 Mrs. Catherine?Cook 24.6-1 1 in La..tey ___________________________________________ Dr. G. \V. Brown ____ 4..21 10 ------ ______________________31 6 20 160 :Mrs. M. C. Pinhol.tcrf12.09 ,
5.. -_ and N\\'l and S Lot 1 and :2 of blk 18 in La'il1ey ___________:____________ B. L. Blanchard ____ 8.86 NEU of NEU ________________________32 6 20 40 J. T. Rraves _________ 4.71
511'E'4;; S'--of- 1 A in of W of R R--23 5 22 1 Mrs. Sallie Griffis ____ .80 W- of NEU and NWI and N' of
____________30 4 22 45:: Mrsi Carrie B. Star- NEI NE'4 : '
V 4 _--- ling _______.______ 61.23A'z N 4 A of SW'4! of NE'4 of NV'S ___23 Ii 22 4 J. H. Lowery _______ 2.1-1 SW'U. and NW'U of SE' ________33 6 20 360 J. T. Rea'c___u___ ;4..

of 1'WI 1 5 18 20 Mrs. Ida Anderson 3.29 SI; of NW1 of NE'S __. _________ Ii :22: 20 Dr G. W. Brown __ 5.50 N' of N'- of SEU! of SWU of SEU '
NWI -------------- : ---
of 22 5 :\frs N. E Edwards_ 5.50 -2'.. A ______h_____ __________13E'i 6 21 3 Wra. McLeod .____
W of N of Ii _
120 5 A of _
of NW '.i and N!, of 8W!! ___U 5 111 M.J. NeUIt __ 11.80 !, NWL NE'S -23 -13-
of" _______________ ___ __
g1y NWIi ____-_____________U 5 18 40 Phillip Nettles _____ 4.24 N12 of E': of the following described SEtS 13SE'U 6 21 80 Wm Edwards .%5
of of ___________________13NW'i 6
SEL ________ ________-____15 Ii 18 80 M. 11. Nettles ______ 8.01NL5ofW'yaand land : Com at S line of See. 23 where NEU 21 40 Unknown ____ 8.95
of ; _
Etc of NE'i ___ ___ ____24SW'U 6 21 4Wm.. Edwards
W1J: of NE and it crosses S. A. L Ry, and run N Ul
s of NW'U ___-__-__ ________29 6 21 40 A. L. Wynn Eel :
N 26 2.3 A of SWI. I 154 fU thence E and at right angles :4.i
All except E':: of NEU --------___ 1 6 22 560 Mrs. M. E. Edwards
NW'S and N 26 2.3'A of SEI4 of I to Ry 1396 ft to a pt of beg, 17.t6
of SEt of and W of and
NW'4 ____ --- _________________16 5 18 253 W. C. Allen _____ 24.03qrt4 thence N parallel with said Ry 650 E'of NEU and !- NEU of !NW ; sand
of 5WI4 _____________________22 5 18 40 Land &: Trust Co. ofr ft. thence E at right angles 331i ft. NWVi NW'i! !.
: of NW and of S
SEU! !U j
thence parallel with said Ry 650 ft
Flcrida _________ 5..9Sgl' 2
j 6
of NE'4 "___________________ __23 5 18 40 C J. Johnson ______ 4.24 thence W at right angles 335 ft to EU\ ----------------------------- 2: 320 Mrs. M. E. Edwards-i 93

of NW\'\ and W 12 A of E!, of beg --___________________?__?_----23 5 22 1 Emma Paul _________ 6.51 \\L. of SWU! of NWU! and NWU! of f

WI NW'4, ________________ _____-24 5 18 92 C. J. Johnson ____ 9.68 Lot 11 in East Lawtey __________________------------- Mrs. M. E. Edwards__ 3.81 SW!, ------------------- ---------- ZNWU 6 22 60 Starke Lumber O'__ 1083

NW\c.\ of NE\, __________________-26 5 18 40 J. W. Keene _______ 4.24 Lola 1i and 18 in East Lawtey _______-______-------------- IIIrs. M. I!;. Edwards__ 10.53 NEI of of MU of and SWU S'. -of----NE'---!---andSE' --- 2 6 22 10 Rev. S. F. Wolfe ____ 2.1 L

Lot 21 in East La\\1ey __________________ Mrs. 111. E. Edwards_ 3-1 05 NEU : ,
of SW% and N V4! of SE'S ____2. 5 18 BO J. W. Blume _______ 10.53 -------------- of and of
NE14 Lot 22 in East Lawtey _____________________ L. L. Sapp Jr _____ 20.61 NWU NW'U! NW4aral J
of SW!. and NE4 of S --------------
; of NW4 E'.. if SW _________________ 3W' 6 22 280
! N'- .
Lumber Co._ 34.65
Mrs. Jennie E. Brown 17.25
I 34 5 18 60 W. C. Shallar ____ 9.58SE'S Lot 28 in East La\\1ey _____________________-------------- .
of of
of and
W1----------------- Lot 29 in East Lawtey _____________________ J. Edwards ______ 13.89 SW'i! Si4 SEU :
I of SELj ____________________35 5 18 40 J. S. Howard ______ 424 ------------ E'i _______________L____________ 110 Mrs. M. E.
_____________________36 Lou 30 31 and 32 in East Lawtey __________-------------- Mrs M E. Edwards_ 15.58Lot EdwaJls__ 11 85 .
NEh 5 18 40 E. P. Dicks _____ 4. 1SW'
of 6
SE'4 ? in Amelia Hawkins ___ 3.81 SW4! of SE'i -____________________ 3 22 40 Unknown _______ ;5.50 .i
6 5 19 Unknown ____ EastLawtey __________________- -- -------
------' --------------- 40 6.12 ,
NI and
wL of NELS and E'of; NWI 9 Fletcher. Lot 59 in East La\\.tey _________________--------_ Chas. Parker ____?_ 2.1-1 Nut of NEU and of NWU : J
5 19
}; -;--- 120 A. B. TrusSE1 Lot In SWU of SW! and SEU! ___________ 4 6 21 360 Mrs M. E. Edwar.U_ ..7.03SEI4
except 25 A of NSV,4 of SE,4 N tee _____________ 12.09 4 Ott's subdivu.ion in East Law. of ______________________ 4 6 22 40
_____ \\'m. Williams ______ NEUWL Starke Co._ 4.4d
except ago Ry fight of way tey _____ _________________________------------- 2.H Lumbr ;
of Jl1 of EIof SEU _?________?__ 5 6 22 20 Silas ___..__ "47
and 2 A on E side S of Ry _________16 5 19 130 H. K. Roberts ___ 13.65 Lot 6 in Ou's a Ibdivision in East Law- of EI of and '
of tey ____________ ____________________ Chas. Parker ________ 2.44 W'l NEU and :: NW'U
1'EL less Ry right wayr22 5 19 74 B. G. Lassiter ______ 6.76 --------------
5-. of E's of SW'U and WL! of SEU ___ 5 6 22 320 E. E. CaP\a ___ __ 4.35
SEI of SW44 and SWS of.SE1.. ------:: 5 19 80 Unknown _______ 1222SE'4 Lot 7 in OU's lIubdi\illion in East La\\- NEU of ______________________ 6 6 22 40 J n. 1
NEU J. y
tey ________________________ ____________ David M. Smith _____ 2.U Johns---------- 4.7i *
SEI except SE cor _24 5 19 30 Callie Williams ___ ------------
of .10 fID 7.l7 NW1. _______________'______________ 6 6 22 160 R. S. Fernandez ..., -
5WI of 1'El and 1"EL. of SW4? ____35 5 19 80 Unknown _________ 8.39 Lot 8 in Olt's aub division in East Law- in N of SW 3.1
Undivided interest
____________________ Mrs. E. J. Dinkins_ !, :
t..y ____________ 2.H
8 5 ------------
SW". of SW\& -------------------- 20 40 R. M. Hersey ________ 4.2 Lola U _______- ______00__-_______ 6NE' 6 22 63 J. W. Rt _: 3.12
5W'4 of NEI _____________________10 5 ::0: 40 Unknown ___________ 4.71 10 and 11 in Otrs sub division in of and of l"dltt .
and EL.
East La\\tt'y __________________ ______ Thad Nicholson\ ______ 4.14Lots NWU SW'U! t
of SE420
of NE'4 ft --------------
A in 1'E cor and of ____ ______ 9NW 6 22
1 13 NW'U! N'a! SE'i, 360 Mrs. II. E. Edwards.. 7.03
I N and S by 210 ft E and W ________12 Ii 20 2 Gid Green __________ 1.42NE' It and 15 in Ott's sub division ___ __ e
of __ _____ ___ _.. 9 6 22
!, NWUE 40 Geo. A. __.__
in East _______ __ MeGill ____ __ Joyce J0.53
l..wley _________ ______ Mary 5.80
i { of SWy4 of SE'j _____________12 5 20 10 W. T. Ritch ________ 2.14 ? -------------- u \ of NW4 of NW, ______________10 6 22 30 E. E Hinckle ___ ,
N4S of }I.'E' _____________________13. 5 20 110 T. B. Handley ______ 20.61SE4S SF'4 of NW'S less 14 A in SE cur _..1 5 22 26 Mrs l1. E. EdwardS_ 3.81 of and W' of NEI and n_ 3.48XEI.
NWI4 of NE'of NE'4 _____________ 4 5 22 10 C. H. Churchill ______ 3.81 NEU >
t .nf NE'4 ________________-----14 5 20 411 J. W. Nichols _____ 612EL4 and of NW
NEU! of NWU! SW'4!
NE'4 of NEl of SW'4 _____-25 5 22 10 IIIrs. M. E. Edwards__ 3.81
of NEL4 of SE4! of $lV4? _______15 5 20 5 Chrill. C. Buckhart __ U8 ----- ___ __ __ ______ 6
l !U __ __ ___ __ 10 :2 200 H. D. Tucker ______ 20.87
of of NW ____ :2 10 Hob Rivers _________
SEi4 SWlj !, ___ _-25 5 : 3.81
_______________________Ii 5 20 40 ---
!ELi of NEI4 J. 1Varnes ____ 4.24 SI NI, of NW4 _____________________ 6 22 80 Mrs. M. K. Edwards-i 8.51
of SW'4. of NElt ______________ Ii 22 20 lIlni. 1\1. E. Edwards_ 3.P 1
, A in NW ear of 1'EL of NW4! being -- E'J of of _______________ 6 22 20
4 SWU NEU Mary N. Thorpe ___\ 2.46
SW'4 of of _______ Ii 22 10 D. Da\'ill _________ 1 -
NE14 SE'S _25: 3.81
_____________________Ii 5 20 -
, .20 ft square 4 M. Hersey _______ 1..5: WL.\ of SWJ4 of NEU ______________ 6 22 20 A. G. Rogers ------1 2.46
NWl4 of of ____________ 5 22 III Forest Set.ber ______
SE4 SW'4 25 3.81
iWIt of SW'S _-____________________21 5 20 40 Mrs. W. A. Owens __ 1.12 1V'of EI of and E of
SW4 of SW4 of NiV1S _____________25 Ii 22 10 Sarah Williams ______ 3.SI : NEU : NW'U!
__ __________25 5 20
\Wt4 of SW's ----- 40 n D. Andrews ______ 6.12 of NEl, and E'of NEU of SE'i __HNX. 6 22 80 Unknown: _____ __. 8.81
NI= of NElt of NE'S of ___ Ii 22 Ii Rufus lcRae ________ 112 n a
SE4! --:6::
_______ ____________25 5 20 40 Unknown _
SEI4 of SEI ______ 4.71 of NE' ____ __________________12 6 22 80 Mrs M. n. Edwanls.8.51
NI, of SW'4 of NE'i _____________w6 I 5 22 20 A. Paul ____________ 10.53
: Ul.I of SEh ___..__._______________26 5 20 40 B. D. Andrews ______ 8.96 SEU of SEll ______.________________12 6 22 40 Unknown _____ ___\ 8.51
SW4i of SWh of SE'4 ______________26 5 22 10 Unknown ___________ 3.81
Wt1 of SW% _____-___________-__-29 :5 :::0 i1I! G. V. Good\\'in ______ 8.86 NW4 of SEU _____--___--______--12EL. 6 22 40 L. A. Evans ___ 5.50
I and NWI, of S\VI!. ______--______-_----__ 5 22 40 L. L. Sa liP Jr ------ 10.53 00 :
Com at SW cor of SW'S of S\\I1 ... IVU of SEI, of NE'4 of SW'4 _____26 5 .1 5 Agnes Franklin _____ 3.S1SI !, of SW'4! of SE'i and WL. of W,
run N 50-1 fU thence E 525 fl to a of NW'U! and W-!, of NW, of .
of of NWW of and N
point of beg thence N 260 fl. E 105 SE'4 Ry I' W'i _____________-________________12 6 22 80 Unknown: _____ n____ 911
12 of SWof NWI, ________ 26 :5 22 ;)5 :lIrs. M. E. Edwards 9.16
ft, S 260 ft. W 105: fl to beg ____0029 5 20 n. K. Roberts ______ 9.56 --- ? SW'. of SEU -___._____.____________13NW'U 6 :22: 40 R. D. Strickland ____ 19.77.
29 of blk 3 in t' N. Andrew W2Aof\ViofNV! of SE'4ofNE'4 \ of NEU. of SW Ii __ ____ __14 6 22 1 Unknown ______ .
Lot -- -- 4.62
2 A. T. Paul ____ (
_______________26 Ii 22 ___ 1.42
add to Lake Butler ---------_____________________________ Unknown __________ 1.10 Com at SW-------of------!- and E u W''.'. of E'-\ of SE'i! of \!. _______HSWU 6 22 10 J. Homer L'ningstot 4.62

Lot U of blk 4 in t'. N. Andrews add to section line car 410 fl SE4 run on of SWU! --____--_--________14 6 22 40 John Johnson ______ ,

Lake Buller ______-_________________________________ Unknown ___________ 1.10 to a point of beg Sof NE' of NEU! and SEI of 18.11 L
thence N 660 ft, 111 ft S 660 ft.W
Lot 39: of blk 4 in F. N. Andrews add NWof NE' and SEof NE'4\ __16 6 22 70 Matilda Dixon ___ 10.811: 4'
____ __ U'
118! fl to beg _________ 5 22 3 Jas. W. Williams __ 4 30S1V'4
tll Lake Butler ___-__________________________ Unknwn ______ 1.10 of SW'4 of and S':. of NE'4 of NEU ______________HE:14 6 22 20 Louis Carr _hn. 10 : s 4

Lots 45 and 46 of blk 5 in F. N. Andrews of N\\'I.. of SEI4 and NE'4 of NWI4 SEI of SE', of SEU! .__.__________1" 6 22 30 Rayn-ond D. Crawford 3.M

add to Lake Butler ______________________________ Unknown: ___________ 1.-12 of and SE'4 SE'!, of NW ___ ___ .. -1 6 22 40 Unknown: __nn_____
NW4! NE4! of NE\\. of S 8.'li
5 in F. N. Andrews add NE of of SW
blk NW'U
Lot 41 of W'14 __________________27 S 22 411 :llrs. Virginia t'utch__ 11.0. 11 com at cor
, to lake Butler ________________________________________ Unknown: __________ 1.10 ---------- II and run W 1'6fl, S 430 it. E ,
Ell of 1'EI of SE'S __-_______--____:! 5 22 20 I. L. Sapp Jr. ____00 .1.
; Lot 4:1: blk 5 in F. No Andrews add to Lot 33 in Woodlawn ____________-29 I 5 :::! 10 Unknown ___________ 1.87 1060 f. N 450 ft to iHiint of beg--17 6 11 Jeff Lee __nnn_ 5.75
: Lake Butler ________________________________-___ ._____ H. h. Roberts _______ 1.10 SI, of lot 13 and N' of lot 20 in NE'!, SW'U ____?_______________18WL. 6 22 40 Annie Riynold. __n_ 4.71
4 in N. Andrews add to of NW __________________ ___18 6 22
Lot 5t blk 6 F. \\'oodlawn : :: 80 Jack Cummings, Eet.8.9.r.
________ _____________29 5 22 10 :\1. F. Brown ___. ____ 5.01
. Lake Butler ______________________________________ Unknown __________ 1.10 W 6 A of SI:. of SW of SW'U ______18 6 22 6 July Gaines __ ___ 1.87 4
Lot 15 in Woodlawn __________ _:!! 5 22 10 Jas H. FOIiS ____n__ 1.311 nh
;, AU blk 23 except W 105 ft in Lake But- NI, of lot 22 in Woodlawn ________29 5 2'1 5 E. C Johns ________ 1.87 All \\: of lEI, of NEU E of public
ler ___ __ _________-______________________________ Chas. F. Rivers ____ n.55 __ ____________________________20 6 22 17 Unknown: ________ 2.44
Lot 11 in Woodlawn __________________29 5 22 10 Unknown ___________ 3.29 00.
Deg at SWear of said Byrd and Verner Lots 4 and 13 in Woodlawn ________30 5 22 T0 D. R Johns ________ 4.n Com 420 ft N of SE cor of SW'U ofSW'4adrunN60ft.V115ItS ,

Jot and run E 50 ft. N 15U ft, W 50 Lots 49 and 6-1 in Woodlawn ________31 5 2: ro III. J. HlilIIon ________ ..t29Llt
: ft, S 150 ft to beg _____________________________________ Green Fitzpatrick __n j.i in 60 ft, E 115 ft to point of beg______21NEU 6 22 Clarence Ellercon _._ 4.41 '
5 Woodlawn _____ ___________32 5 ::! IU Unknown ____ .__ 1.84E'
: Cam at SW cor and run E 650 ft to a pt of SEU of SW, ___________-21 6 22 10 J. B. Rhiden _______ 10.53 .
: of NIV'4. of SWL4 _. _____________35 r 22 20 M. Thompkins ___ 00__ .:
of beg thence N 150 ft, E 50 It, S NEI of N\Pj of NE'1 of SW'S andNWI Com at NW cor of land owned by El- ,

150 ft. W 50 ft to point of beg in of NEIi of NEI4! of SW'4 andEI mira King on E side of Ry right of -

Byrd and Verner lot ___________________________________- Clara Fitzpatrick ____ 3.04 way and run easterly at right angles
of SWl of SEof NW3, :; 5 22 10 Bank of Williston_ 7...
Lot 15 of blk 3 in McKinney's add to Lola 14 and 17 in pf.'l'bville _________3:; 5 22 5 Anthony Moore ___ ._ :;.H to said Ry to E line of section 22 .
___________________________ said section line to t
new Lake Butler ___________ __ A. C. Wadsworth ____ 9.16 thence N along f;
and in ____ ___ _
Lola 15: 2:: Peelll\'ille 35: 5 22 13 Isaac Miles __________ ..1-:1:
Lots 24 and 25 of blk 3, McKinney's add Lots HI and 20 in Peetaville35 5 it 13 Wm. Strung _________ 1 I.SE'4 center street, thence W along said
. to new Lake Butler _________________________________ Lake Butler Ice and street to Ry right of way. thence S
of NE'4 of NEI, __ ___________36 5 22 III H Warne, Jr. L14NE' :
i Lots 41 42 43 44 blk 3 in McKinney'sadd Electric Co ______ 14.49 of NE'4 of N\\"j ____________36 5 22 10 Jeff Surtain _______._ 3.81; along said right of way to point of t
_________ ______________ H. such Iota
! or new Lake Butler ? ? A. Hewitt _____ 14.19 beg, in E's of NEexcept\
8WI. of SEll and El} of SWI4! 3 6 18 12U W. C. Allen _____._ 11.80W'I
; Lots 3 4 of blk 4 in McKinney's add \ of NWI of S\\'Ij' ______________ 4 6 18 20 n. M. Jenkins 4.;! or pieces as have heretofore been _
'or new Lake Butler _________________________,--_________ Unknown ___________ 4.11 NI,, of NEli,of SE'4. SW4! of NE'4 Un. d't'de___________________________-21 6 22 I Louii Guyon ---'-- 14.SR ,

' Lola 1 ?: of blk 13 in B. L. Newsom'sadd and N', of SE'4 ________________ 5 C IS 120 R. M. Jenkins .. 1: ,0 10 com at center of Ry where '-.. I
to Lake Butler ___________________________________ Mrs. V. O. Scarbor Beg at NE cor section 6 and run S 60ft u mile line of section 21 running E ;

____ ______ thence N along
ough 4.41 W 1211 ft. N 60 ft. E 120 fl to and W cr.es, sid I
! Blk 3 in D. E Knight's add to Lake point of beg on N side of public road_ 6 G IS N. Ffa.rk. ,. _____. 1.5 Ky 41'0 ft. thence E at right anglesto

Butler __ ____ ____ ___________________,..----___________ L. :M. Stokes _______ 10.83 NW'4 of SE'4 and E 12 A of NE'! of said Ry to said2\ mile line, thenceW
1 of lots 1 2 and N 5 ft of lots 5 and M to point of _________--_--__21 6 22 10 R. M J. nkins ._10.13
S'- S\\ ________00___________________ 9 6 11'' t2 \\ Ihl'-t----- 'IEI h'l{
6 in F. P. Odom's add to Lake Butler of SW I. of SWII ______._____n__ 9 g -h 201"r ""rlee ___ __ __ 4.:4S1vi 1 lot 55 f on S of N' and 110

____ ___________----------------------------------- Charon & Sparks ___ 11.13 of SEI' and NE'4 of SE.t __0010 6 18 XU E. H. Douglass ______ 10.5:1: f \ide oi) N side of S'z! of blk 2,

Lot 9 in T. E. Dekle's lst add to Lake N\\'I. of l'fli ______________________10 6 18 40 W. C. Allen ________ 4.I R 2 E in Temple's sub division __21 6 22 2 Rose Williams ._..3,3'.

, Butler ___________ ____________________________________ :Mrs. Jessie A. Wilson 17.55 SKI oC NE'4 __-_______ -_______-____11 6 II 40( Seboy Jones _0000___ 5.-I1 E'of blk 1 S K 2 E, and W'- of

Lot 14 in T. E. Dekle's 1st add to Lake WI, oC \\I, of S\\'I ________._______11 6 lK 4'1' E. IL lJoull'lnss _nu 5.49Slv'I blk 1, S. K. 3 E, and fraction of N

; Butler ____________-______________________________ S. S. I'roctor ___-___ 10.83 oC NWI _.__________________0012 6 18 40 S..boy Jones ______ 5.41! W'4 of blk 1, N K 2 E being 248 w
, \:',: of lot 30 in T. E. Dekle's 1st add to 2 A in Neor of NE'4 of SE'4 ______U G 18 2 Ella llllrroul'hs Icol, ..95NEI4 : ft N and S and 330 ft E and W and

, ; Lake Butler _____________________________________________ Unknown -------____ 2.41 of -------------N 6 IS 411 Unknown 00_________ 4.-I ?EU of blk 1. N R T E and NW'U ,' ;

t N 1-3 of E'.. of lot 1 and W!, of lot \\'I, of NE' of NE'4 and NV' of ofbiklSlt2EandN-ofSW's 7 -

1 in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add to Lake 1\EI: and N!, of SWj! of NEI ..__1. 6 Ii 80 R. W. Williams _____ 9.5i of blk 1 S J 2 E in Temple's subdivision -15 ". '.
Butler _?.______________________________ S. M. Carver _____ 7 7i 8':: of 1i V' of NEtj and NW' ofSE' u_ ___ __--____._--_--_-22 6 ::2: 19 X B. Hull ------ .-o '

Lot 11 N of Ry in T. E. Dekle's 2nd add I and E', of \\\EI of S\\I ____I. 6 II SII Martin llal"hurs ____ 10 83SE' 2';. A com at NW cor of Center stand

to Lake Butler _________________________________ Harry Williams __ 4.11 .f NE'4 and \\EI. of NE'4 ofSE'4 Lawtty and Starke public road t

4 A in SW cor of N'- of lot 4 ______31 5 20 4 Mrs. C. A. Knight _--____________________--___21 6 18 SO L. R. Graham ___n__ ...116SEI and run W along Center st 4:1: ft to

4 A in SE cor of N', of lot 1 lying (Heirs) ____x___ 4.11 If SE'4 ______________________-23 6 18 4U H. L. Wilkinson Esl. 5.-II lands formerly owned by N. D. Hag- I
E of S. C Crabb and S of land owned SI', of NWI of SEI, and S', of N nman thence N along said land 260 ;

by J. G. Purvis ___________________31Sii 5 20 4 Kibby Lamar ______ 4.41aivers E:14 of S\\'I, and SW'4 of SEl', ___2t 6 18 160 H. L. Wilkinson Est_ 14.':: ft. thence E 430 ft to said road, .

of lot 1 except about .19 A sold to \\\EI, of NEI, ______________________25 6 18 40 Unknown __________ t.41no thence S along said road to point of .
3 __k_...._ 91 A .and 1 A .in.. _, an.1'L of beg in sub division-22!
"-I'L U'L T..mple'l
punnlUK'no.B nu an d .. .. of S Morris ___ __. 8.85
SE cor of SU, of lot 2 _____________31 5 20 22 Mrs. Myrler Pearce__ 9.46 t*EU, vi-_"ua 4 _______ ;;__u"u________z_____25 6FA. 18 480 H. L. Wilkerson Est 51.15 A ________________...___.__.___---22 v"I__ a .Jne --- i

LoU 7 and 8 in Townsend's add to Lake of \NEU and \NE'i! of SE'4! ______26 6 18 120 H. L Wilkinson Est 10.53 NI- of SE'4 of SW'U! of SVf\t\ except 40 Sam Jr __{ 5.34

Butler ____ ____ ____________________31 5 20 E. W. Miller ________ 4.11 E'.. of W-, of NEU _______ ____26 6 18 40 Ellen Hunt ________ 1.71 14\ off W end-3'v A ______________22 6 22 Hans t

Lots 9 10 and 11 in Townsend's add to EU of NEU or lot 1 _______________27 6 18 80( Seboy Jones ________ 6.76 SE'4 of SW4 of SEI and E 2 A of 12 E. L. Simmons -- 14.61
-- -
Lake Butler _____________________81 5 20 J. C Tarvin ______ 5.80 SEU of SW, except W 210 ft ______ 1 6 19 34 Mrs. R. I. Tomlinson.. 7.17 SW4 of SW4 of SE>4 ___________22 6 22 r

Sty of NEU _____________________34S 5 20 80 Unknown ___________ ..25 NEU\ of NEU ______________________ 5 6 19 I 140. J. D. Crawford ______ 4.71 N'.. of SW'i of SE't and S'v of N f

% of NWV4 of SEU' and SWU of S S'.. of SW', of SW' ________________ 7 6 19 20 J. B. Crawford _____ 1.96 W>4 of SEI and SE'4! of NEof Simmons !!30.24

E'4 except 10 A in SW cot S of road' SE V4 of \NE'i and NEVi! of SEU ____ 9 6 19 80 W. L Parrish _____ 10.53 W'4 ___________________________22 6 22 50 E L. Sweat __-_-_--_-_115.16

y; and NEU of SEVi of SWV4 and E 210 E'3 of NWU and NEU of SWU ____12 6 19 120 M", R. I. Tomlinson 11.80! N'.: of SW14 of NE!_ ______________22 6 22 20 B. __-11-80
ft of NW% of SEVi of SWU ______17 5 21 62 G. C. Sapp __________ 14.79 NWU and 3 A in SW cor of NW'i of N'.of SW!, of SE'4 _______________23 8 22 20 R. O.'Strong Strickland_ k

j. Com 210 yds S of NW cor of NE'i of NEU and 2 A in NW cor of SWVi! NE 4 of NE'4 _____________________24, 6 22 40 R. D. ---- 18.11 Y

SEVi and run S 53 2-3 yds. E 70 yds of NEU __________________ ____13 6 19 62 J. M. Dukes _________ 8.61 All EI, of SE'i! of NW!, N of public 5.87 :r
, N 53 2-3 yds. W 70 yds to beg __M.18 5 21 2 J. H. Denmark ______ 11.13 SEU of SWU and SWU of SE;; ____13 6 19 80 Bank of Lake Butler 9.28 road _____________________________24 6 22 12 Unknown --_----, 8.77.

Com 10 ch W of NE eor of NW'i of SW'U except 1 A in NW soot __________15 6 19 159 J. S. Howard _____ 4:.91 NI:: of SE'4 of NE'4! ______________r4 6 22 20 Unknown ---------:.

SEU and run S 89 ft. W 20 degrees All EI:: of SEU and SWU' of SEU' E W 16 A of NW'i of SE'i and N6A U

S 198 ft, N 72 ft. thence along Ry of Ry _____________________________16 6 19 41 J. S. Howard _____ 6 42 of W.j of SW4 of SE"4" N of Peek 12..2

right of way to place of beg in NWU! SEU ______ _______________________17 6 19 160 Jonathan M. Dukes_ 1483N' road ____________________________24 6 22 R. D. Bower -----.
of SEVi _________ ________________18 5 21 Mrs. Ella May Len- % of NW'i -- ---_------------18 6 19 40 J. B. Crawford ____ 5.47 All SW. of SE'. and E1-!, of SEof __ ; l913 4

non ______________ 8.67 -. of SEVi' of SEi! ______________20 6 1'9 20 A. M. Thomas ______ 3.29 SW'i! S of Peek road ______________24 22 37 L. C. Prescott 117.06}

IAinSW4ofSE14corn 210ftSof N':": of NEU _________________________21 6 19 KO( J. S. Howard ______ 8.95 NE'i! of SE', ______________________25 22 40 Unknown Thulm----------. 13.2*

NE cor. and run W 210 ft. S 210 ft, NWU of SEU ______________________Zl 6 19 40 J. H. Avero _________ 4.71 S". of NE'4 of SE'4 _______________26 6 22 30 Carl W. --- J
E 210 ft, N 210 ft to point of beg __18 5 21 1 Mrs. Alice Roberts 1..? Wof NEU and Ely of NW'i! and \\''.. of SW4 of NW'i! and N>4 of N 4

SEU of NWU\ of NETS except 1 A N NEU of SWI, _____-_______________24 6 19 200 Bank of Lake Butler 1VT8 W, of SW4 except 6 A in SE cor ; ,
of the 1st A in SE cor ___________-18 :5 21 9 Mrs. Allie B. Ritch_ 20.91 Com 140 ydi S ofE\ cor ofEI.\ of 105 yds N and S by 293 yds E and Drew j 28.65

Com at NE eor of NEU of SW'U and NWU and run S 140 yds. W 210( yds. W _____________________________26 6 22 44 Poly A. -----J H.65

. run S 3 ch 3 ft to Ry right of way. N 140 yds. E 21-1 yds to point of beg.28 6 19 6 Unknown ______u___ 2.47 NE'4 of SW'4! of NW'i ____________26 6 22: 10 J. Murrhee Morgan -_--_=4 5.39

i thence W along said right of way 14 15 A in SW cor of SW'.i! of NWU E of W', of NE'4 of SW 4 of NE'i ______27 6 22 5 C. E 5

t ch 24 ft to beg. thence N 3 degreesE R R and W of public road _________28 6 19 15 D. L. Palmer ________ 6.42 Beg"at NE cor of SE'i of NE'4 and
210 ft, W 210 ft. variation 32 de- Beg at NE cor of NE'4 of SE1, of run W 382 ft, thence Southeasterlyt I o

grres S. thence S ::10 ft to said Ry ....... 29 and run W 49 yds. S 99 yds. oa point 225 ft W of nt-clion line '

right of way to point of beg-1 A in E 49 yds. N 99 y4. to beg ______29 6 19 1 Mrs. Banie Mott ____ 1.62 on S line of SE>4 of NE'i. thencesoutheasterly r
NEU: of SWU __________________18 5 21 1 Joe Jones Jr. ______ 927 Be at NE cor of NE'i of SE'i and 660 ft to a point 120 A
N M of NWU of NEU--13 1-3 A. Also of beg ft from said section line thence E
run S 242 yd* to a point .
com at NE cor of NEI of NW'i and "' '. 1IIt"- ft to said section line thence Non Pt
E 440 3' .
thence W 440 yds, S 198 yds. 11 Drew .: 8.02
run W 132 yds. S 146 2-3 yds. E 132yds N 198 yd.. to Joint of beg ___29 6 19 18 Mrs Banie Mott ---- 4.19 section line to 1,1 ______________27 6 22 12 Polly A. --- i
yds. i
N 146 2.3 yds to begA _?___20 5 21 17 G. C. Sapp _______ 3.71 W of NE of Com at NE cor of W2 of NW4 of \
_____________25 5 21 40 J. D. McCormick ____ 8.95 Beg at point 49 yds cor ,
NWI. of NEI _______ of and W 391 yds.S SE'4 of NE', and run W 200 ft to j i 1
SWU of NWVi ______________________25 5 21 40 J. E. J. Wainwright_ 10.38 NEU 242 yds SEU E 440 yds run N 143 yds W a point of beg ttonce S 245 ft, W .

1 A in NW cor of SW!, of SWU! ___25 Ii 21 1 Arthur Alvarez ----- .77 of beg- 109 ft, N 245 ft. E 109 ft to pint 5.1

SB's of NEU _______________-______26 5 21 40 R. A. Griffis ________ 6.12 21 49 yds A __N___99___yds___,__to___point______________29 6 19 21 J. M. Rogers _______ 12.64 of beg ___________________.__-28 6 22 Geneva Towns ---:.* i
I SE'< of SEU ____________________26 5 21 40 Arthur Alvarez ______ 8.95 NW of SW4 and run E 1 lot 105 r N and S by 420 ft E andW .
Beg at cor
___ _30NE'4 I 5 21 120 J W. Nichols __ __ 9.52 of SEl and '
7. Sty of SWU and SW'i! of SE'i ? n 311S yds, on line dividing Nj": and SI.: in cor of NW4 t A
I of NEexcept\ 'i A in NE cor 1 A 105 ft N and S by 420 ft E and '
thence 24.87R.
of sec. 29 to a point of beg 2 Mrs R. S. rYrnande
22 ;
I N 115 ft of of SE'i ____28 6
and NWU of NEU except E 440 yds, thence S 880 yds. to sec W in NW cor SW4
.i W of public road and S', of NE',4 line thence W 440 jds, N !SbO yds to I.:. A bounded Sand E by Pine st. ;
, and S 440 ft of NEU of NW'U andS 10.4S'I "W by S. A. Bryan, and N by Mrs.
of beg ______ ___________ 29 6 19 (=0 C. A McLeod ------ 6 22 S. Fernandez ..__- 2.7
of NW'i Point -- Miller in Starke ___
440 ft of E'" of NWU Unknown ___________ 6. L. A. 00:8
_________ 6 19 40 !
and N 150 ft o'f E'2 of SWI of NW'L4 of NWI, __________ ::111 4.71All Com at SE cor of SW'i of ,
__________32 6 19 30 Unknown -----------
of NWU NEU of NWU N of river NE 608 ft. .
315 ft.
and N 150 ft of SE'4 & Lamb 14.62 run W 795 N
., .'eept Iota cold in plat in NEU ____36 5 21 185 W. Ellery Davis _____ 25.23 S'-. of NEU N of river _________32 6 19 30 Thomas ---- thence E .-f S 902 ft. to going of .

'. NEU of NE'4 except lots 2 3 and 4 Lots 7"8 9 and 10 of_ blk 1 in _Worthington _________________-________ X. J. Parrish _______ 3.01 1".g -Also certain lands S of Mrs.
E of Ry and SEI, of NEU and W'g! ---- -;n : n-n.n R. E. L. Duke _______ 11.79E. H. Sparkman's and W of S. A L. E. F. Johns -. 25. 7
of NEU and NW'U __________-___ 1 5 22 305 Mrs. Carrie B. Star. Lot 1 of blk 2 in Worthington ---------------------------- Ry in SE', of SW'2$ 6 22 10 Mr. --

I, E'. of NEU and SW of NEU and ling -_-----_--- 34.95 Lots 3 and 4 of blk 2 in Worthing- J. Hardfe _______ 1.87 8 of blk 3 in Starke ____----__----__--________________ C. R Ensey _____?_. ".1 '
E:: of NWU of NEU. and WI; of ton __________--__n____________------------------"-- lot 567 and i of blk 10 in Starke _____________________ I'loreus ----- 175

NEU\ of NW'4 and SEU of NW'i! N 35: fl.of lots 10 and 11 of blk i1 inWorthington Turner ___ 3.59 LoIs 1 and 3 of blk 16 in Starke ______________.___________ Mrs. Jennielaude
: and W' of NWU _. ______________ 2 5 22110: Mrs. Carrie B. Star- ___on ____--_____________________--____ Hodges & W. of lots 5 and 7 of blk 16 in Hoffman .--- ---. 20.91
j ling _______-_____ 30.22Lot Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in Worthing- Bell 22.43 Starke ---------------------------------------------------1---I E. E..rds_ 84.75 4

'13 Woodlawn __________________HNWV 5 22 10 Sam Clark ---______ 1.47 ton _--___--_--_--______-___--__--______________________ Butler Stevens & side of Call street 521, ft

of NE'i and NE'4 of NW'i ____12E' 5 22 fO Mrs. Carrie B. Starling All triangular lot embracing hotel andvroun.l. 1 E lot and on :by 210 ft N and S. IxmndrdN
: __ 8.11 according to plat of Worthinicton -
---- ----- Thomas & Lamb ___ 29.40 by Jefferson street, W liy land of '
',! of SEI, of SE', ___________-___12 5 22 20 J. R. Reed ---------- 5.50 ------------.------------------------- Vida V. Morgan S by Call street

SWi/4 of NEU and SE'4 of NWU andS Lots 5 6 and 7 of blk 7 in Worthington Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.61 E blk 17 in Starke _______._ __-n-__________________ S. B. Denmark .-- 11.73
SWI of SEU __________________-_12 5 22 120 Unknown: ___________ 16.87 ._____ n: __:__-_;--______________-------------- Thomas &: Lamb _- 1.H8 Lots by 5 and 7 and part of lots -6 n andS
and W> N'.. of lots 6 and 3 Worthington ---------.------------ ___ __ I-11* _______ _____ Unknown: _____n____ 34.35
I 1 N'S of E4 of SEU of NEU 3 ______________________ Unknown nn of blk 18 in Starke ----__________ st
*"4 of SEU of NEU and S\, of SW4 of Lot 1.f blk 11 Worthington Worthington n_ __ ___________________ G. --Andrews: ------ 1.02 I S 24', ft of lot 4 of blk 20 in Starke -________--______ Dr. N. W. Frances. -. 30.69 1 .
; NWU and N'. of S' of SWl and Lot 4 of blk 11 in -- -- -- Blk 21 in Starke ___ __________nnn_________________ R. R and H, tti<> M.
: W li! of SEU of SW'U and NEU of Lots 5 and 7 of blk 11 in Worthington : Thomas & Lamb -_ I.c8 I're\l _______-.__ 51.1
1 : SEU of SW'4 and W-! of SE'4 of ----: --------- ------------ ------- : extended on Em-ey's map of

SEU and SU of NEU! of SEI, ____12 5 22 130 Unknown ----------- 19 42 Lots 5 and _6 of_ blk__12___in _Worthing-____ __________-______ Thomas & Lamb 3.01 I Elk Sturke?1 as n___ _____ _______--nu.u_______- R. S. Johns _____ --. -- 6.51
D. C. Hood __________ 5.50 nn
10 ton
5 22 .n
Lot 2u in W'oodlawn ______________ 13 h of blk 34 in J. John to
1.019 in Woodlawn __-___________13 5 22 10 G. H. Beavers ___ 2.14 Lots lo'll" 12 and" 13 of blk 13 in ______________ Thomas & Lamb n__ 2.18"orthmgton Lot Starke 8 ______--_____:1_--__--__-a.t___--__----__----_____ J. M. Dule __ _n__ 9.16
Lot 59 in Woodlawn ____________13 5 ::2 10 'S. C. Murfett ________ 2.14 ------- --------------------- Lots 1 2 13 and '14 of blk in Livingston

I Nl"J of lots 7 and 8 in?Woodlawn _____13 5 22 20 W. H. Robinson ______ 2.14 Lots 5 and 6 of blk 14 in Worthing- Thomas & Iamb ____ 1.47 & Co's add 1 Starko nn____________________ Mrs. U. G.! Turner 27.63
_______ t
Lots 5 6 9 10 11 and 12 and S1- of lot. ton n.n W J. :McCormick ___ 1.17 Lot 5 of blk 11 in Livingston Truby

7 and 8 ___________________:______13 5 22 70 Unknown: ---------- 7.81 Ix>t 7 of blk 14 in Worthington ------------------------- Unknown: ___________ !.!. & Co's add to Starke __________________________________ Owen Gardiner __n__ 916
LoU 5 22 40 D. Davis 5.50 Lot 1 of blk 15 in Worthington ------------------------
35 36 37 and 38 in Woodlawn ____14 ----------- blk 27 in Livingston, Truby &

f N'2 of lot 20 in Woodlawn ____?___14 5 22 5 Chas. Parker ------- 3 81 Lots 5 and 6 of blk 13.: in Worthington __ Thomas & Lamb ____ 1.47 EI Co'g- of add to Starke __ __ ______--------_--________ Mrs. J. F'. Lindx-y -- 5.SO
. N!; of lot 12 in Woodlawn __________1* 5 22 5 Mrs. Carrie B. Star -.....--_____--_ ------------ C. H Campbell ______ 6.12 7 89 and 1 ---of- blk-- 31 in
.. ling _____________. 1.42 Lot. 7 of blk 15 in WorthingtonLots ------_-------------------- 1.IS 5 6 Truby &I Co's add I to

Lot; 59 in Woodlawn _________________ISLou 5 22 10 Herman Shaw ------ 3.81 2 and 3 of blk 1 in___WorthingHodges_____________________ i Turner ____ 5.01 Jvinlslon._____--_____ ______ -___----_______ __-_____ J. J. Thomas ------- 4.4
Unknown 3.81 __ ____________ ,
37 and _______15 5 22 ---------- don l8
38 ___ 00 n
in in Liv-
Woodlawn WorthingtonLota _______ _________________ Unknown --- ------ Lots 3 and 4 or W._. of blk f
C. H. Revere 7.17 of blk 19 in n
Iota 40
22 Lot 1
19 :1) 29 and 30 in Woodlawn ___15 5 -------- Truby and Co's sub division i

Lots Low; 33 and 34 ___::____________r____16 5 22: 40 20 G.Unknown C. Barnes--_*------- 7.17 3.81 3. and 4 .of blk 19___in__Worthing-________________________n__ Unknown: _______00__ 10.68 inlton., of NE".i ________--_ -____2S f 22 RoM Cox _____n___ 4.41-
19 20 29 and 30 in Woodlawn ____16 5 22 -------- ton W'. of lots 1 and 2 and all lots 3

Lot 59 in Woodlawn _?_____________16 5 22 10 Florence G. Hayes --- 2.14 Lots 2 and 3 of fract blk 21 in Worthington ____________ H. J. Davis _________ 2.18 and 4 of blk 17 and W"s of lots 1
Lou.10 and 23 in Woodlawn ________16LoU 5 22 20 'S. G Potter -------- 3.14 ---- ----------------- and 2 and lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 of

42 and 55: in Woodlawn ________17 Ii 22 20 Unknown ----.------- 3.29 Lots 7 aJgblk; __25____in___Worthing._________________________ ____ Mrs. E. M. Petty ____ 147 Livingston. Trjby and Co's sub d \'is- 19.45
____________ ; D. P. PUlum
ton 22
> 6 -
4 of tots 22 23 and all lots 26 and 27 ion of NE'4 of NE'4 _____________28 -
C. G. Johns ________ 9.25 Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 in Worthington _._____ 2.18
Lotn Woodlawn ________18 5 22 Unknown .- Lots 1 and 4 or S'.. of blk 31 in Liv-
Y9 in Woodlawn ____________-18 5 22 10 Mary A. Hollis ------ 1.8. --__--_ -- ----:------------------------ Mr Banie Mott __.._ 10.38 .ingston. Truby & Co's sub division of -. ) 4
Lot 3 in Woodlawn _______________18 Ii 22 10 W. S. Tarbox -------- 1.87 Rlk 35 in Worthington -----------------------
E of 22: 5 Unknown 1.17 Lots 9 and 10 of blk 37 in WorthingMrs. E. M. Petty ____ 6.42Unknown 8.
1 Jot 57 in Woodlawn _______?_%0 Ii -------- -- (Continued on Page ) .
Et of lot 55 and W:, of lot 40 ____19 Ii 22 10 T. B. Hambj ..----- 1.4:q ton -------------- ---------------------- : ........___ l8 -
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND See. Twp. Rce. Acre Owner Taxes &: DESCRIPTION LAND Sec. Twp. Rge. Acre Owner Taxes & TOWN TAX NOTICE. j
8. E. CMU.NE14 S. E. t'otU. Notice i is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold ai plw 1 -

of NE'4 _________u_________________________ .___ Phyllis Mack -------- .... NE'1; of f SE', ______ =__:..:..:.. :_:=i'i..7 20 40 Unknown __________ 471 the Bradford First Monday State of in Florida July. 1917 or so, it much being thereof the 2nd as day will of be said month at Starke, i.n(the a AIICIiat,, i

WIof blk 23, Livingston Truby & SW4 of S\\I. _________-___________15 7 20 40 H. P. Carney _____u_ 4.71 taxis herein set opposite the same. together with the cost necessary of such to pay the '""""t _ep+ J
Cola sub division of NE'4 of NE'4 --28 6 22 R. M. Ellerson ____u 1..5aBlit E 8 A of SE'4 of SE',. except N 12 I sale and ad oor I

36 Livingston Truby & Co. sub division A _-_________.__________________n 16 7 20 8 H. P. Gainey ________ 2.17 DESCRIPTION OF LAND Sec. Twp. Rgt. Acre SertlllllC. I
of NE 4 of NE'4 ________ ?28 6 22 R. M. Ellerson ______ 17.5.7Blk Beg at a point 125 :!-3 fl W of NE I S. E. O..n.L, T
cor of N\P. of Sec. 17 and run Won -- -- --- W |
40 Livingston Truby I Co's subdivision I ---
," of NE14 of NE _________28 6 22 Billie Bronn _____ o.80 Sec. line 733 ft. S'';; mile to S Lilt iS of bile .42, Litinl.,,.ton.-yr..b> i -- 4 f *
sub div.Sion ____ __ __ _______
Cos ________ _
I Lot 3 of blk 41 Livingston. Truby & line of NW*,. E 733 ft. N to beg- I -- -- -- -- -- Julius JI'ltltt,
Cola sub division of NEi4 of NE'42S 6 22 Jas. E. Franklin ---- 1.10 44 40.100 A _________________--____17 i 20 44 J. A. Abbott ____nn 7 32 Blk 1. Alvarez add -nnUu---------.--------------____ E. T. Call1l1-
10.1VVofRyinN'2oflotlandall Blk y. Temples add n. __----_---_ ._- -_--__________--______ > I ;
Lot 2 of blk 42 Liv'ingston. Truby & .nlsj EUQ'c' E. ha
Cola sub division of NE1 of NE'4 __28 22 Julius Butler _______ 2.44 V.. of Iota 2 and 3 ________________IS j 20 90 Mrs. Annie Simmons 3.:3't AH blk 6. Livingston Truby & Co" va r Casa
6 :
N'. of blk 45 Livingston. Truby & Co a F. 14 \ of :-EI. of NH, ____-_____-21 7 20 14 H. I'. Gainey ________ 1.H7 sub division ______nhn______ --_ _____ ______ Hose Ca* -.____ 41*
sub division of NE'4 of NEI, ____?28! 6 22 H. G. Pigford ______ *.11LoU W 8 A of NW, of NW'2 7 20 8 H. }'. Gainey ________ 1.16 1 lot dw-cribt by deed recorded in doed "-_ -..
'o 6 and 7 of blk 1. Davis & Truby'sadd SE' of SE', ____________--_--______22 7 20 41) John I'. Padgett ____ 4.I "' >ok0.. 15; page 15::. county "' '1-

.f to Starke ______-______-_____-__________________ J. T. Wills ___d_____ S 0 91 N 35 A of SE', of SEt, ______________21! 7 20 35 Mitchell Hill ________ 35S! ord- _______"_____"___"n_"__"______________________ SB. Dcrnurk
.j 1 lot on W side of Walnut street between Lots A and B sub division of lot 1 Com ,2'2: rt E or the NE cur or Call ----.r"
:1 i blka A and D-N. J. Jones add Lots A and B sub division of lot 2 and Court slreets running N 210 ft.

i to Starke! ___________________?_____________________ C. M. Alvarez ------ 4.41i and loU A B sub division of lot 3 E 52':. ft. S 210 ft. W 52':: ft. S
,i : Blk 9 in Tample's add to Starke -----------_____________ Mrs. Eunice E. Cano- and lots A B sub division of lot 4 210 ft. W 52'- ft to beg __nnuu__-__________________ $. n learns a rl. c
'I I Lot 15 of blk 14 in Temples add to va --------------- 34'3JSurke of blk 13 in Sampson City __________ 4 7 21 R L. Farrell ______ 4.49 6 acres on N side of SE' of SE', of -1lJ&
I i ------- Unknown ___________ 61.95>> Lots 3 and 8 sub division of lot 6 of NE1,, wounded E by land of H. Austin -
'I I Lots >8 nd9Cbik.T; ;:;-add -------------- blk 17 in Sampson City ____________ 4 7 21 J. C. Murphy _______ 217 W by land of Rising __________-29 6 22 S B. Don:"J j .:
; to Starke E. E. West ------ 4 11Lots Sub division A. Band C of lot 19 of 1 kit 105 ft square in SW cor of SW 4 ; -1-
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} 2 3 and-4-of-blk- --1'3=Temple-- :s add --------------- 3'- blk 6 and sub division A. B. C. D. of SW' _____- ---___-----.__--_--__rs 6 22 E.v. Dt

a Starke -- ----- T. R. L. Daughtry_ E and F of lot 1 of blk 19. and subdivision o\m EcorofSElofSEn--n--- 6 1'.' Mrs A EtOrigda -
'i 1 f' Lot 4 6 9 and- 11--- i-Bik"B--Risi :; ------------ A. K. C. D. E and F of lot Lots 2 3 and 4 of blk 23. Temples U. 4 Jptope

11 \ add to Starke ____-__,--------------______________ Mrs Teresa Leviton -411 3 of blk 10 and sub division A. B. AIdtJk-_----------- T. R. L. 1
t Lots 11 and 12 of blk 35-Peek's add tot .- of lot 2, and sub division A and B of 3b Livingston.-T-u-b-------------m-----; "ulbtrJ y t TTorn

Starke -- ---- ---- --------------- Laura Harris ------- "-."J l lot 4 of blk 19 in Sampson City ____ 4 7 21 Wiley Roberson _____ 7.92 sub d.vision _____________--_--________--_.______________ R.l1: ELl,zoo i-
I 1 lot in Surke 110 ft N-.rS--b; Sub division ABC D E and F of lot LoU 3 an.d.4 of blk 33 Livingston Tru- -llJI refitIs

l 210 ft E and W. bounded E by Walnut 1 blk 5 in Sampson City __________ 4 7 21 R. L. Farrell _______ 1.32 uy & Co's sub division nnn_ ---------______-_____ It y. EHlho'li)
st. N by J. R. Davis, W by land NW, of NE', _____________________ 6 .7 21 40 Unknown ___________ 471 S J2 ft of lot 4 and N 10 fl of lot' b$

of B. L. Bugg and S by blk "C" of .,_ NE' _-_________________ __ nn__ 'I 21 160 E. E. Hmckle ______ 14.06 6 of blk 20 in Starke ________u_________________________ jjri. D L c tl'ktr
r r N. J. Joni add to Starke _________28 6 22 Dr. N. W. Francis ? 3j.-" NW'1 of SEI, and WI; of -EI. of 1 lot com at NE cor of blk "C" Jones Fra'_ t& (job

j 1 lot 52'j ft by 105 ft in NE cor of SE-, and SL of SW of %NE', ____12 7 21 80 C. A. Rowand ______ 11.31 add. and running N 110 ft. W 210

i lot lying 220 ft S of Madison St, and NW''4 of NW, and E'". t'! SW _. __16N' 7 21 120 Unknown ___________ 10.65 ft. & lit It. E J10 It to !beg _nn_-__________________ Mrs. u L Franco and
t bounded N by Edwards E by Sanders :. of SE', of %\El Iud NETS of LoU ;5 6 and 8 of blk 10 in Starke! __nn_________________ >ir=. .\. *
r street in Starke ____________________28 6 22 Mrs. R. S. Fernandez 1.69 NW, of NE' ___ _______________16 7 21 30 Unknown ___________ 4.15 1 lot i 52'j ft N and S by 105 ft E JIJKUI' ikf Jit*
Beg at a 1-oint 200 ft W of NW cor NE' of SE'4 ________ __--_--_____17 7 21 40 E H. Jones ___u___ 385 and VV bounded N by land of Wm. \
Madison and Broadway sU and run SI- of SW '4 of SW, ________________17 7 21 20 Unknown ___________ 2.15 Edwards. E by Bay street. S by land a I'lsI

W 148 ft to Orange street N 110 ft -EI. and \EI. of SW', and N>:. ofSE' of Mr. J. 5. Wynn ---- _unnn______________________ --(-. E t1'enux :
E 100 ft. N 100 ft. E99 ft. S 210 and 8 A in NE tor of SW!, 1 acre in SW cur of 1'IW 4 of SEI, and >&. 16,

ft to point of !beg in Starke _un_______________________ J. W. Eddy __________ 21.81 of SE', and SE' of .IK'/;'h except 2 1 A in NW cor of SW'. of SE', ____28 6 22 2 Mrs Eva ta'chl
1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson A in SW cor ______________________19 'j 21 326 Chesley Foitg _______ 3537 '.. A bounded S by South street W by Fernandet. till AVo

street W by lot of W. M. Hollmgs- W. of SW, ______________--_______2D 7 21 80 Chesley rogg _______ 7.55 land of S. A. Bryan S by land of

worth and S by Mrs. Moore and E by NE'4 of NW!, and SW, of SE'!, Mrs. Miller _____u__ ---------------_________________ R. S. Jeiuanit. per
", L. H :Aust.n known as "Georgie La- and E'-. of SE"., __________________21 7 21 160 E. D. Abernathy ____ 14.36 Lot 2 of blk 42. Livingston. Truby&Cos 'i.I V

: ker lot"i ._______.. __.______________28 6 22 Unknown ___uu____ 3.3 N'2 of NE'i and SEll ofEI, and sub division -___- hnn_______:.___________ Julia ?',>J''II tnlHe
I 1 lot in Starke bounded N by Jackson NVi! of Sand SE', of SW' Lot 3 of blk 16 in Starke _________________________________ Mrs J-i,.;.1 "S T UHulTnun
i street W by Sanderson lane. S by A. I. _j., _____________,______________21! 7 21 200 E. D. Abernathy ____ 18.06 .e ya?
I O. Andreu. and Jefferson street E SEll of SW, and Wj! of SEI, and Com 85 ft N of NE cor of Call and ---- 11Ii ,ea

I by blk 5'a i_______________--____?2S 6 22 S. B. Denmark ___ 111,15Com NE'4 of SE', _____________________22 7 21 160 E. D. Abernathy _n_ 14.36 Broadway streets and running N 90U. n
367'j! ft E of NE cor of Broadway W'I2 of SE', of SW1, ________________24 7 21 20 J. W. Watterson ____ 6.12 EloSIt.S9ftN' 1U5 ft tobegimmng

I, : and Hoyt streets on N side of S':. of Nand WI:: of NW of __________________n___-___________-__________ Mrs. M V HaiI .i CLIaz
Hoyt street and run N 105 ft. E 52'.. SB", ______________________________27 7 21 10ft FD Abernathy ____ 925 LoU 1 and 2 of blk 4;. Livingston Ml

i ft. S 105 ft to Hovt street. W 52'- E- of E':. of SE'!, _________________28 7 21 60 E. D. Abernathy ____ 10.79 Truby & Cos sub division -- -- --- ____ __ Ii4 mord
ft to point of beg in Starke ________2* 6 22 Unknown ___uu___ *' NW' of S E' _______________________29 i 21 40 E. D. Abernathy ____ 895; All bU 31 B extended on En e"s' map- n > Jackson ***- f.1 ,1be

Com at NW cor of Madison and Myrtle NE', of NE14 less 16 A on W side of of Marke __________ __n________________________ It. S. '!Ime
streets and run W on Madison Gully' Branch ______________________:30XW 7 21 24 Cheeky Fogg ___- 3.59 Lot 4 6 9 and of blk 'B' in R >.- JII -.I

street 210 ft. N 334. E 210 ft to of NE', and N'of NW ____33 7 21 120 E. D. Abernathy ____ 10.65 ing' add _____1___u_____________________________________ Mrs. Trreaa
Myrtle street and S along said street W 13 A of N'.. of NE', of SW1' ,. except E'2 of blk27. Livingston. Truby & Levi,a'aub 'o. I.

334 ft to point of beg _____________29 6 22 2 L. M. Little ________ 5.01 ;5 A in NW cor _______________ 2 7 22 8 Willie H. Sapp _____ 4,13 di\'b'on CO'I ________________ MlM
--------?----- -- ----- J. I',
Com at SW cor of Madison end Myrtle W. of SW ________________________ 2 7 :.u 80 M. M. Gnffis _____n_ 34.15 2'2' A 10und"d E by Myrtle street.- S-by 111 Lind- .. tblti
streets run S on :Myrtle street 105 ft. SE', of SW, __nnnnnUnn__ 2 .. 22 40 Unknown ___________ 17 31 Madison street W by land of Davis

thence W 105 ft. S 105 ft W 105; ft. NE', of NW'3 7 :2 40 S. A. Carter ________ 1872 and 1 by *:. sec l.ne __-_ -______2i\ 6 22! 2! Litiie IL
N 210 ft to Madison street. E on SE', if NE', ____________________-___ 3 7 22 40 J. C. Gamey ________ 17.31 ""I A com al :\ cor of Myrtle and Madison ; 1.:1. ___ t. "

Madison street 210 ft to point of ? NE', of NE', ______n________________ 3 7 22 40 W. W. Coleman _____ 17.31 slreeb. and running S 1145 fl, ;
beg-Caskin's add to Starke.I4 A-29 6 22 1 1.\t. Little ________ 1 SE' of ""Ell and NW of SE', ___ 4 7 2": SO Mrs. Carrie A. Mills 29.01 W'losftSlosft.VloSft.N210; by

1 lot of .and ::40 jds N and S by 120 SW of NE', _______________________ 4 7 22 40 B. C Willis ________ 19.77 ft. E .210 ft to beginning A 6 22 1 Sutb.
yds E and W in SE cor of SEI t of5EI. 2 A in NW cor of NE', of :-\\11 ____ 4 7 22! 2 5imon' Hankenon ___ 2.77 Lots 1' and 4 of blk 31 in -ton. : 1.:1 -,_* U
____________________________ A. E. Driggers ii' Lhig .
29 6:2: 5 Mrs. S':. of N':: of NE' of NW!, of NW> Trubj Cos sub division __n_____________ ___________ ll
6 A more or less on N side of SE't -2'" A _____0____________________ 4 7 22 3 Unknown ________n_ 3.39lv'2 Loll 1 and& 2 of blk 47 in Livingston ? l'h'li ..1 _- 1 Uiftli'
of SE1, of \EI. bounded E by landsof of SW, of SWI1 except 1 A inNE Truby & Co s sub division
H. Austin. W by land of Rising cor ___________________________ 4 7 22 19 Francis Clark ______ 10.10 W''., of lots 1 and 2 and all--loU----3--and------------------------ 1 annie Mcfill- _- ?* M.

and N by N line of S'.. of SEI, of SE', of NW, _______________________ 4 7 22 40 S. S. Chandler _____ 18.10 .. .
j'.E'j' ____________________________-29 6 22 6 S. B. Denmark _____ la,09SW14 5 A in SE cor of SE1, of NW, except 4 of blk 17 and W"_ of loU 1 and !
and all lots 3 and 4 of blk 18 in Liv-
of NE14 and W. of SE', of 1 A in NE cor ____________________ I 5 7 22 4 Andrew Jackson ____ 4.11 !I
NE'4 and NWJ4! of SE'4' __________30 6 22 100 Hannah Brymer Estl..aa W_. of E'.: of SW14 of SE1,. less S ingston ruby & CO'I sub division.-------- y. p puilm| _...-" a
LoU 1 and 2 of blk 7 and 1 and t
Com at NE cor of SW>4 of NE1, and 2 A ______________________________ I 5 7 22 6 James Johnson ______ 4.33Essie lot
W 613 S 12' chns. E 2 of blk 8 in Livingston Truby & ar
run chns. 6 A in SE cor of NE'S of NW4 being -
613 chns N 12":: chns, to beg-7',.. 646:1, ft E and W by 5bO ft Cols sub division --_------------------------------- L IVUrrwo -._- IP1-
A ___ ___________________________ 31 6 22 8 Carrie McFashion ___ 4.a Lots 1 and 2 of blk 33 and lots 1 and I
n -- N -"d s _________________________ 5 7 22 6 Green ________ 4.41 tbl
E'.: of NE'4! of SW'4 ___________-___32 6 22 20 Richard Albert _____ 86 2 of blk 34 in Livingston Truby & ,-
NE1 of SW, and all NW, of SE1, Co's sub division _
1 lot of land 148 ft sq in SE cor of N ------------------------------------- Parker t* an
W!.4 of SE>.4 _______________________32 6 22 Green Hamilton _____ 2 44 W of Ry. except 10 A in NW cor- Lots 2 5 and 7 and part of loU 6 and -
1 Com 70 yds W of SE cor of Wi. ofNW 20 A and all SW1, of SE1, W of 8 of blk 18 in Starke _________________________________u_ Jennie Lou and &r- n.
> of SE', and run W 70 ->ds. Ky and N of branch and all E'j of Lot 1 and 2 of blk 45 and lots 2 and r> Rivtrs ____ UK '- tJ
N 35 4 yds. E .0 yds. S 35 yds to point SE1 of SW, N of branch- 18! A__15 7 22 .8 Dr. A. J. BOM ______ 35.25 blk 46 in Livingston. Truby & of

__ ______ _______ Ann Jackson 2.02 SEll of NE', and E'!:. of SW!, of Co's sub division .
of beg ____ __ ______32 6 22 Mary ? --------------------------------------- ( S'tt iColi _
Com at SW cor of SW' of NE'4 and SE'!, and E'" of NE', of NE" ____ 5 22 80 Jas. Clark _________ 34 78 All blk 29! in Livingston Truby &Co's 1 ('osK

run N 264 ft, E 330 ft S 264 ft, W S 3 A of NW't of SE t E of Ry --_-- 5 7 22 3 Joe Johnson. Jr ____ 2 74 sub division _________________________u_____________ Alice Ste.iM __ Jj
330 ft to point of beg ___-_________32 6 22 2 Lear Greggs ________ 4.41 SE1, of NW1, ______________________ 6 7 22 40 J. T. Rtaves _______ 550 Com at NE cor of W'.. of NW'i, of |.
y 1 A in SW cor of E':: of NW'l ofSE'4 E1. of SW1 of NE1 ________________ 7Wi'a 7 22 20 Dr. A. J. Boss _____ 329Mr NE", of NE'. and running W ton i, ,1

______________________________32 6 22 1 Laura Moore _______ 14- of NW'1 of NE', less 2 A on ft to a pint of beg. thence S 24)
j Joiner ________ 1.84 N end and less Ry right of way ---- 8 7 :22 16 Y Johnson .. ____ 1005 W N 245 E 105 ft ,
Lot 1 of blk 1 in Lincoln City ____________________________ Mary ft. 10! ft. to
: LoU 1 and 2 of blk 3 in Lincoln 1 A in NW cor of W:: of NW, of NE !beginning __________________________2S 6 22 Geneva ___ :. th
City Chas. Ellerson ------ 1.42 1', W of Ry _______________n______ 8 22 1 Boston McRae ______ 1.32: 1 lot 52'... ft E and W by 105 ft N TO'fl U G,
------------ ------------
LoU 1 236d7 of-b k-4--i; Lincoln -- Beg 2 chns S orW cor of NE', of and S off E end of :Mrs. Hemingway .

i City _____________________________________________ Unknown ___________ 2.44 SW I, and run S 3 chans E 10 chans lot bounded E by land of Mrs. N. J q\
LoU 4 and 5 of blk 4 in Lincoln N 3 chns W 10 chns to beg, less W Green. S by Ho>.t street ------------------------________ Unknown _.____ (.H T
City __________________________________________________ Lee Ouidy __________ 244 IA-2A _______________n_________ HSW1 7 22! 2 Mars Joiner _un__ 2 4S 6 acres in NE', of SE', of SE' less ... tl
LoU 2 and 3 of block 5 in Lincoln of NW1, and S'j of NW of n, acre in NE cor bounded E by ij

.. City __________________________________________________ Fannie Albert ___?_ 2.14 SE', ______________________________ II i 22 60 James Clark ________ 12.15 Sec line S by Ry W by Blitch placein f .1
Lots 1 and 4 of block 6 in Lincoln SW, of NW1 ______________________1<> 7 22 40 R. B. Sullivan ______ 1101 E\t'rley' add _________________-29 6 22 J. A. Wamnght __ 11* "

City _____>-_______________________________________ Fannie Albert ______ 2.44LoU S1. of NE, of SEI, ________________10 22 20 L. M. Little ________ 9 02 SILAS KITE. Marshal and Collector t
1 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 of blk 9 in SEll of NEU ______________________10SW 7 22 40 Fred Rhoden ______n 17.:!1 ;

Lincoln City ___________________________u______________ Unknown ___________ 4.11 of NE't and SW't! of SE'4 of h.
: Lot 8 of blk 9 in Lincoln City ___________________________ Simon Hankereon ____ 1.42 NW", _____________________________11 22 50 1.\1. Little ________ 22.7
LoU 4 5 and 8 of blk 10 in Lincoln \WI. of NW"', and SE', of NW'', and + + + + 4f + + + + + + + + + + 1 El. _________-___u____. 8 6 %01 ("t
City Unknown ----------- I-6 W. of SW, of NW1, and NE', Lot C, 6, 7. 8. and 10 am! a'
--- --------- -----?--- ------------ 4f
: LoU 5 and; ijbik 11 in Lincoln of SW14 ___________________________15 7 22 lilt Mrs E. B. Dees _n__ 10.98 LEGAL NOTICES NI; of Lot 4, and S'3' of t

City __-_____n_-_____________________________________ James Johnson ______ 1.6 N!:. of NE1, and NE', of :-:\\''. ____16 22 120 E. B. Dees __________ 6.12 + + + fff + fffffffffNOTICE Lot 9 -__ 19 6S 2eL .
LoU 1 3 4 5 7 and 8 of blk 13 in Lincoln S':T of NEi, _______________________16 7 22 80 Mrs. E. B Dees ____ Hti NW'S! of N\\'l -___________,i'9 MX

City _________________________-______-____________ Unknown __________ 281 SE', of SW, ____________________?_16 :2 40 Cornelius Young ____ 4.71 Or MASTER'S SALE. LoU 1, 2 and 3 __________30 6 ttl
LoU 1234and7ofblkl4inLin- SW''4 of SE'4 _______________________17 7 22 40 Cornelius Young __n 4.71 Notice is hereby given that under and in NU of LoU 4. 5 and 6 _31 6 6 Kl

coln City ________,____________________________________ Unknown ___________ 2.44 5'A in SE'4 of SE'4 com 314 ft E pursuance of a certain final decree rendered Also the following described pnol property
LoU 5 and 8 of blk 14 in Lincoln of SW cor of said SElf of SE', and on the 30th day of April 1917, by the Hon- situate in Jradford Ci1ltJ. to-
City Unknown ----------- 142 run N 660 ft, E 346 ft. S 660 ft. W orable J. T. Wills. Judge of the Circuit Court. wit :
r LoU 6 and 7 of block 15 in Lincoln 346 ft. to beg in Hampton __________It! 7 22 I 5 Mrs. Annie E. Young 2970: Eighth Judicial Circuit of in and for One dark bay mare mule tamed Son;

j City ________--________________________________________ Unknown __________ 112 Lot 2 Hutsons add to Hampton ______19 7 22 Damn Bellane ______ 3.29 Bradford County in a Forida. wherein I mouse colored mare mule named. Julia; O 0
Lota 1 4 and 5 of blk 16 in Lincoln Lot 3 Hutson's add to Hampton ______19 7 22 Harriet Walters _____ 329 W. H. Dow ling and J. H. fowling caW are complainants ,I black horse mule Jack One dark

I City -- _---- --- __---?-----------? Anna Jones ---------- "."9Nh N':. of NE', and SW1, of NE1 and and J. F. Gatlin and W. H. Gatlin !I horse mule named name Ore gray bl .
t ; of w.TKv'; except; 8 A on S':. of NE', of NW!, less 2 A in S co-partners W. H Gatlin & Company are ', Dewey ; One gray I

Wend and ?4 A "vault lot"________33 6 22 12 Mrs. E. F. Johns ____ 7.47 E cor _____________________________20 i 22 138 Cornelius Young __u 12.39 defendants. a I, E. M. Johns. Special Mas 'I I Gerge name; One gray mare Ir l_ I
Com at NW cor of NWi, of \Wli N'l. of NW except 12 A in SE cor __21W" 7 *>2 6S Cornelius Young _-__- 7.55 ter. will offer for sale and sell a for cash at One black horse mule named nar; On black

and run E 525 ft. S 105 ft, W 525; of SW1, .._____________________25; 7 22 80 Paul Bros. __________ 7.55 public outcry to the highest and best bidder horsemule named Mack ; One gray Bi hone malt
1- ft, N 105 ft to beg _______________3J 6 22 2 E. W. Driggers Est__ 11.13 SW II of S\\ !, _____________________26NE"4 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard ___h_ 6.12 at the plant, (hereinafter described i.. named Sid. 1 none uaei
Beg at a point 4 3-10 chns S of NW of S\\li and N1. of SE', _____26 7 22 120 Unknown ___________ 1473 located sawmi southwest of section Thirty Tom I' ; One gray horse mule mil

cor of SW', of NW14 and run S 10 SE', of SE14 _______________________:27 22 40 S. B. Woodard ______ 612 Four ((34) Township Six (6) South Range Nineteen | One black horse mule named nar G
6-10 chna, E 10 degrees, S to center VV'I., of SW 4 of NW4' ______________27SW 7 22 20 Walter Hooker ______ 2.15 I19i East, the Town of Worthington bay mare mule Bell ; Tob br horn
:I of Ry thence N on said Ry 10 32-100 "4 N of Ry _______________________27 7 22 110 Paul Bros __________ 14.73 Springs. in Bradford nt'a County. Florida during mule named name One bay mare milt,
j chns. thence W 10 degrees. N 10 6-10 Lots 4 and 13 sub division of N'j of the legal hours of sale. on Monday the named Lizzie ; Four log carte t

chns to beg ________________S3 6 22 10 Richard Albert _____ 1203 NEI, of NW1, _______--______ :___29 7 22 2 Ben Xorwood ______ 3.59 4th day of June. 1917. the following described t complete and one portable an u
ml .
t LoU 5 6 11 and 12 sub division of N plete! including
l SS\ of SEtt of SW'.. ________-__S3 6 22 20 Simon Hankerson __ 9.44 i. of NE't of NW'4 _______________29 7 22 4 E W. Williams ______ 2.45 property All of.to-w the rights it: title interest estate, claim I, wines,. boilers, all saws,pipes belts., carr, !hoeta, .'" \
A in SW of of W l'ump.
; 3 cor SW'4! N\\'li
LoU 16 of blk 4 sub division of N'j' and all
______________ _________ __ Chandler ______ 411 demand and equity of the said defendants in other tuturei and
,. of Ry ___ 33 6 22 3 King of NE'4 of Ntt't ________________29 7 22 E. W. Williams ______1.S2 and to all of the property mentioned and. set I antes used in or around saij jivr a I
About 4 A in SW cor of N\\'li of 1 A in SE cor of WI, of NE't of j i forth in that certain Thd purchaser or jmrchaseni mil r
and pay
SWI4 E of Ry and W 9 A of NH NE4 of NW1' ____________________29 7 22 1 E. W. Will:am __n__ 1.04Lod345and6ofblk3landEL.of : and entered contrac agreementmade tles. t lo I 0
on, the 2 of SWVi! of SW'4! except 1 A for t.wit. .

i church ____ ____________--_________33 6 22 12 Unknown ______u___ 8.49 Blk 32 in Blanton's add to Hampton .day of May. 1916 by and *t"en W. H. Dated this May 2. 1917. tI

Beg atE cor of NW', of NE1, and __ _____ _______ .Dowhng and J. H. Dow lip: of the one part. I M. JOHNS I
_______.__ __ 30 7 22 P. B. Hunt __ __n__ 3.89 and J. F. Gatlin and W. Special Mutec .",
run S 344.!, ft to a point of beg W1. of blk 11 in Hampton ____________30' 7 22 I'. B. Hunt _________ 20.30 r using the firm I.W.Gatlin copartner 0. O. McCOLLUM. I
thence W 516':. ft. S 307'.. ft, E Lot 3 of W.' of NW', ______________31 7 22 10 Luna Hall __________ 1.88 the name H. Gatlin & jacKsonville I '
516U. ft. N 307'ft to beg __________33 6 :22 4 A. J. Criffis ________ 9.33 Company other part which said agree Honda.
Eor EI" of SE'4 __________________32 7 22 60 0.\. Dover __n____ 6.12NW'4 1 ment is recorded among the public records in Solicitor (or CompIainaiiU.SHERIFF'S i fI
t 10Acorn 71uftNandWfrom SE of SE', and WI, of E' of S I I

i! cor of SW'i, of NEI, and run N "8 E', _________________________:______32NE' 7 22 50 J R. Dover ________ 6.42 ::Miscl.Bradford Records County. Florida. and in Book 4 of I t
on 463 et
ft. W615ft.S705ft.E615ftto of SElf _______________?______34 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard 400 11 page seq. I wel as c
---- all SAIE.
L point of beg _______________________33: 6 22 10 R R. and Hettie M. and every right and privilege defendants
NE' of SE', except 18 A _________ _34 i 22 22 Unknown _______ __ I.!!!! Hereby notice is W. J frperson.
Lou 1 2 3 and 4 of bIll 6 in J. M. Prevail ___________ 14.71Johns' ofEI of Sec. n to cut and manufacture into sawlojrs given that I.
n"ll at SE cor SE't Sheriff of Bradford State if It
and County
cross ties the timber
sub division of NE1, of N pine suitable
t and N 210 yds. W 140 yd. S :
run II
E4 ________________________________33 6 22 4 B. R. Kelley _______ 5,67 210 yds. E 140 >ds to beg-6 A ______34NW 7 22 6 E. J. McRae -------- 2.40 'for saw-mill and and for sa..IOs. as in said contract I execution Honda under issued and out l of>y virtu and &under of that the certtA Seal
agreement defined and
Com at NW cor of %\EII of NE'I and of NW'4 _____________________35 7 22 40 S. B. Woodard ______ 4.00 I'I lying and being those standing. I the circuit court of Uraifo'J County, I
E on certain pieces and
= run 522 ft. S 109.: ft. W 522 rt. \ SI
A and 5
of 25 F
SE' of SW E Ry-
I'P" 1092 ft to beg _____________________34 6 22 14 L. E. Lee __________ 11.13 A in SW cor of SW'4 of SE', _____35E' ; 22 30 H. BnMow _________ 9,261 1,parceL of Alachua land situate in in the counties of Brad-I of vor Florida of James against J.and B. Rhrden.dated the and 26th C 1
the State of Hayes
Beg at SW cor of S\V, of NEil and of Florda. i
: of S\\'I. of SE'4 and W2! ; described of May. A. D. 1917. will! offer for tale
: particularly
run E 671ft.. N 800 ft. W 57P4: S'E", of SEli ___n________________ 2SE1 8 22 40 H. M. Svthmore ____ 5.01 a folows. to-.it: sell to the calk. 1
; ft. S 800 ft to point of !brit ________31 6 22 10 W. G. Gamey ____ ..03 I' Schedule highest and bet bidder for
r ESs of SW', ______-_____________._.34 6 ::2 II') C. B. Gnffis, Est __ 39.09 of NW'1 and W'2 of NW', andSW Description Sec. Twp. R I the court house door in til town of Stark.Bradford 1 1t
__ __________ ______________ 3NE'
-- -- II 22 2V2 N. P Cauthen ______ 26,5 ; of Honda the
NE'S SE ___________ county or. ,
r N' of NW' of SE'4 and of N ,4 1 6S 19E Z
SEll :
of NW'4 __ __ _______ ____ 5 8 22 40 D. W. Moore _______ 385 I 0
-- -- .
-- -- NI. day of
t W', of SE'4 ____------___------__34 6 22 30 Jas. O. Johnson ____ 15.87SW' WI U of : and of and of SE', ------------1 6S 19E July.D.. 1917. the same
> of NW' of ___ ___ 6 22! 10 Unknown ___________ 503 -\\1. N\\'I. S\\li NWi, Of l legal sales day ..r said court, during the
SE'4 _____31 E'':. of SE1, of SW, ______________ 5 II 22 140 Ielrost'HK Co .... 1352 SE1, _____ 12 hours of sale, the following described t
: NE1, of SE'4, except a A square in NE'4"of NE'i ______________'________ 6 1\ 22! 40' N. P. Cauthen ______ 4.71 -------------- 6S 19E r '*
SE cor __---____--__-------_--_----34 6 22 35 K. L. Griffis ________ 17.44 of ofWI and E" of E' HE'S orEl,. SE14 of SE', tate toeing and lying in Bro
E1. NE'4 :: and NEi of SW ________ Count, State of Florida t. it : .
5 A square in SE cor of NE', of S of S\\'I. ___________.______________ S 8 22 60 Unknown __________ 642Unknow 13 6S 19E ., ,
E'4 ---__________---______--_______34 6 22 5 E. L. Williams ______ 375 NE' of NE' and S 1-3 of E of W 'i of SEt,. SEi' of SWi, i Beginning at northwest e"r.of SW" r
; St* of SW >, of SEll ________________:34 6 22 20 S. A. Carter ________ 9.nSWI > SE', of NE', and W of SW1% of and W"., of NW1, ---___14 63 19E SW I. of s. 2S(;. run t"'nro East 484 fe
": of NW't, and N'2 of S\\'II ____35 6 22 120 C. C. Griffis ________ 4846 NE1, and NW,'l and NW1, of N':: ** %\E|i -----___________15 6S 19E'NVv''S South 418 rl't't.lt 44 I.t. north 418
i S}\ of SW1', ________._______________35; 6 22 40 Elias Moore ________ 18.72 of SW' of SW _________ 9 'i'; of %\11. -------------_03 6S 19E to point of beginning and lying in SecU*
W'2 9 22 320 ___._______ 28 57 ,
I SW'4 of SE', ______________________35 6 22 40 L. M. Little ________ 18.72 N' of St.1 _________ __ ____ 12E1 n (SW''l Of ,. -Wli of SW 23, Township 6 South Range 22 Ea L
: -- ---- ---- K 22 w John I'. Pratt ____ 9.591: I i
n ,. SE'S of W J
of and and I
t SU NE', E'2 of SEll of NWl of NW and NW, of NWII and I SWlJ.SE'i EPPEROS.Shprilf.
ri __---_-_____--____--_--__36 6 22 100. L M. Little ________ 43.59 E': of SW'4 and S' of NWI of SE' of NEI -----------_24 6S 19E Count.D. t*
NW, of NWi, .-_____--____________36 6 22 40 J. A Coleman ______ 17.21Wl SFJ: and N1. of SE't: of SE' ,and II N'j of NEi,. NWi,. SWi, E. KNIGHT
f of of ___ ___ ________ ant Sj of SEV _______ I Solicitor lo
NE1S i NWL4 ______:36 6 22 20 R. L. Hickey 8.45 S' of SElf of SE1' less 5 A in N --- 25 KS 19E Complainant's 5

NW', of SW '. ______________________36 6 22 40 Asa Hunter ________ 1.21 E "cor _____________________________13 8 22 2''5 Bro .kl>'n Land Co __ 2685 :SE1, and SE'. "', of SWl, ____26 6S 19E I -V
W':: of NE'4 of NE'4 and 1'\\1. of All S\\II of Eli N of R R-26 A I :SVV'S,0. -------i 6S 19E BILL TOR ,
NEt, _nun-___.. __--_._--_______12 7 19 60 Mrs. Mary C. Pinhol- and all SE', of %\E"-40 A and 5 :SEli and EI ---___ 65 19E I In Circuit Court. Ei II\idCE Cittoits, _,
ster _____________ 6.2 I NI". SWt.. N' or SE'S andSw'i Florida .Iudiril VEffice
A in NE of S' of NE' of S County.
t SEi of ________ ____________ ______ cor ', or I tradfor
NEli -- .13: 7 19 41)1.. F. Matheny 4.71 E', _______ __ __ _______13NE1 1'1 :T:: ..0"rlllnon SE'S -_-- ____-_ 6S 19E :
-- -- -- -- VarnedO
Vv'- of SWli __________nnn__ 4 7 20 80 E. B. Andreu ______ 900 ----------- 7.02 N'2. E'2 of SE1. SW'lS or -
of SEll and 2 A in NE cor of
of 8WI and SW'. of SE' ___ Unknown ___________ 10 66 I SE', and SE' of SW w
F.I. n 4 7 20 120 SElf of SElf _____________________14 II 22 __35 6S 19E Warren Varnedt
E'.. of SE". ________ ______u________ 5 7 20 M H. B. Andreu ________ 900SI 42 Isaac Mitchell ___h_ 501 VV'2. WI. of NE',. NE", of Bill for
8 in Scor of SW of ______14N'
SEli 1\ 22 8 Unknown _______ __ l is D-
of S'of lot 9 and S'.. n NE' and
l" of lot 10less .. of N\\I. of NE', and W. andN'l. / NW'S of SEI. _.35 6S 19E Notice to pp.tr.
N 12 A _--_--_.___J--________ 7 7 20 4-i J. M. Shaw. Jr. -_- 706 of 1 14 51 or Si.W !,1 or SWI, To \Vamn V'arned'ie Greeting:
'I' St. of lot 4 __________uu________ 7 7 20 4U I.. T. Shaw _________ 4.24 S' of NW, ,SE"l of NE'4:---_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__-_-_-_-_-14 1\1\ 22 22 3M 2020U Anderson R. D. Clayton ______ 33.07 'I and S'2 ofEI.. of SWLS.1 ';S 1SEK' Warren Varnedt-e. ,
: Mitchell _
Wi* of Nlj of lot 4 ___ 7 7 20 20 Unknown ___________ 2.97N4 ( 88 S'2 orEl NI of
nnnn SIv'4 and NW1', of SE"f ____________15! M 22 N. P. Cauthen ______ I it having been shown liy afidavit P
and of 1..431'XEI. of
of lot 6 Slj lot 7 ; SW and
2 SW
.;, except of NE' and E1. of SEll of N of Defendant Warrenarne.loe 'I'
Ain SE ror _____ __. ___ 7 7 20 7Unknown ______ ___ ';..85j. SWI, ____ 9 ,, nOI
nnu n i __________ ___ __ "- -S ? of the the
E -- ____________?22SW II 22 60 D. W. Moore 642 I State of Florida and fiat reWKMJC
.,, 2 A in SE cor of lot 11 __.___n______ 7 't 2U 2 Mrs Annie Simmons 1.02 N W''S of \EI.. NW"!, "of'N"W1 that
of NE't and lots 1 23 and 4 __22 I' of said defendant unknown, and
: :!
;4i: WU of NW, _____n_ ____________n s. 7 20 Mi J. S. ror>jth ______ 10 *S NE', of NE't and E' of NW, of N : 35Iel e Mfg Co _n_ 20.30 I. Si. of NW%. El of I is no person in the, State of Florida t[ 1
Com 310 ft W of E line of SW' ofSW'4 SW ',. and SW'i of
__ 3 bias
'a E :21NW 8 22 60 1E vice of a subpoena whom would
-- -- ---------------------- W.KinK ________ 784 upon
:;J on N line of Rv ncht of WilY of NVL4: : : __n_ _______--_____--_23 S 22 40 R D. Clayton I E'' ofElj.. NW'i! of NE'i-! 75 19E I said defendant and that aid defendant *
and run N to N line of S' of SYV'I4thence ------ 4.71 SWLS Of NWI wu''of
: it and
S\\'I. of NE'4 less 10 A in NE cor and over the age of twenty-one yun. ,
I W 350 ft. thence S to R>'. EI_. of NW'4 and NEi, of SW1 NE'S ----___?_____-- 9 TS insE" -- It is therefore considered ..asjudged if .
right of thence E said rightof ] of ord'r
way on and SE"f of SWL4 less 10 A in SE I' NWi. NE'i of SWan that the Blanca Yarn
way to po;nt of beg -4'2 A andNtj ______________ ,] S'2 of SEll __10 7S D.r.dalt d
cor __ ________ 24 8 22 1..0 Brooklyn Land Co -------- 19E edoe. do appear to
of SW'4 of SW', less E :3 A __ S 7 20 22 Unknown ___________ 12.18 1666 NW'S' of NW'ii. SEM of NE (oo.linaot.t
y Lot 4 of blk 1 in Ward City ____. -____ tat 1 and 2 of blk 11 in Ward City .. S 7 20 Sam R. Ward ________ 1.02 NW4 of NEI, and NE'4 of NW, -'S 8 22 80 R. A. Perry ________ 676 WI2 of NW NW."E July A. D. 1917, in default .heref. _
4 NN't1 of SE' _______________________26 8 22 i4. -Ei of confesso
40 pro wm be tntem .
Unknown __________
Lot 11 of blk 11 in Ward City _____h_ 8 7 20! M. P. Malheny ______ 74 4 24 M. N'_. of NE1 EU of aaint ,
Lots 5 and 6 --______________--_--___ 1 9 22 80 Melrose Mfg Co 4 U is further ordered that notw
: Lots234and6ofblk 13in\V::::i N 26 2-3 A of SE', of NE'4 _________17 5 18! 27 W. C. Allen ====== 297 6 76 :NU SEt and SWi' of SEij -_j, 7g 19E published in the Bradford County thi Telesn'9b'a

U- City ------------------------------ 8 7 20 M. P. Matheny __ I.S8 B. M. DOW LING, Tax Collrrtor.h of NEH. SWii of NE I newspaper published at Su-rke. in Bradtots .'
Lot 10 of blk 13 in Ward City -------- 8 7 20 Sam R. Ward __ .';4 1 *.. N"!" of SE",, SW"i of county Florida once each wtk for eight eW-j

t Lot 6 of blk 14 in Ward City --------- 8 7 :20 Sam R. Ward ______ 74i _...SE'4_ and S"2 of SW>i- --__13 7S 19F't secutive weeks ..r
LoU Sand 9 of blk 15 in Ward City -- 8 7 20 M. P. Iatheny n___ 6,12 -- - -_. -N'j' of SELS. SWii! Of SEt, ---I I IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have 1r.

,) Lot 10 of blk 16 in Ward City ------ 8 7 2t H. R. Brown _______ 3.29 and NWt, ---_--- .S 19E.. set my hand anj affixed seal of o '
.:; i LoU 11 and 12 of bill 16 in Ward City. 8 7 20 E' of SEiJ and NWU"o7 tht
; 1. \. Brown _______ 3,29 suit Court on ti:s the y of Apr A
.. LoU 1 11 and 12 of bIll 19 in Ward The Difference. Playing Him. SE', .S 19E D. 1917. :lt .tl

1-j ,' City _____________________h_____ 8 7 21) Unknown __________ 9.25 A genius can Junewill NE4 of -------------------1 NV W, T. WEDS '
Com 283 yd* \\' of SE cor of SE14 of no more help being a let you know my answer NE4 ------?-----------23 .S 19E (SEAL) :
'1 j; SWVt and run W 37 yds. N $0 yds genius than a crazy man can'help beIng tomorrow night; Freddie. If I WU of NEU and NB4! of By R' A. WEEKS.' J
to S boundary of Ward City, thenceE I ---.------- ___01 .8 dtf-
It 4-27-81.
S'2ES' -- 19E Deputy
crazy. Just am wearing violets
happens that
( along said boundary 37 yds, thenceS when it will mean 'Yes; or NW and NW I -.

.t 80 yds to beg uu____________ 8 7 20 J. A' Abbott ________ 8.75 the gyiiu does what he considers a and don't order over a dollar's worth of NW' -----"--_--------28" .S 19E -;
t 1 Com 560 ft E of SW cor of SE'i of smart thing it is smart ; but when the sent to me tomorrow afternoon. It 8EI, of NWV4 ------- 5s .5 19E I Piles Cured I,e '14 Days
: SWVi and run E 100 ft. N 210 ft. S4 of Lou 1. f'. 7 and'V U 1
i W 100 ft. S 210 ft to point of beg__ 8 7 20 M P. Matheny _____ 3,81)I poor Crazy mUD lines his! Lest it turns Is time that you were beginning to and NU, of LoU 3 and 10 I OINTMENT You druggist falls will to refund} moat c. Ia81.:!'
I 1A in NE of SE1 of NE1, x9 7 20 5 5114. out to be foolish. and all of LoU are al'ust
cor ---- A. T. Warren_ 157fg -na I1ow 's Monthly. economize. 9 and 11-7 68 20E file 6Wl ow-4
! N'j of Sl; and SE of S Blnd.BleediDlorPoludiul and ** '.
't : fnt appllation Eoe aa ,-

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:II'I Tne Unconscious man the consultation from the 1 .
was nxmi
bareheaded mysterious -- -
and I blilp sixty fulles a war. rt'uO\\' down tor. {
one side of his fai-e was darkened upper' re'riops of the house. Dated this the 30tb day of March. A.
the consulate
at was telling
me jut I
by a broad trickle of blood "Exit \oo.lliouse it)1..
from Captain the
the -
theLines scalp. this morning that's the king pin of the A. Z. ADKINS.
nside "
I service, the smiling doctor exclaimed whole works. Harbor's full of mines Administrator of the estate of Calvin Mott. oVfctased.

tew When the gate opened there! were a when the last button of the and things; electric switch in the signal Starke. Fla. 3-30-ti-ne

hurried words between the Xural- misfit jacket hail: been flipped' into Its tower. Press a switch up there J
dian and the two who had waited.t! buttonhole, "and enter Captain' Wood- and sxerj.thing in the harilorillamr'lIe Notice is h.r..y then SUE and lyirtue :

three united! in lining an inert figure'from house of the WiIllC' \' of a Decree of
-I 1u-trn-se.: : Turning shot his hands above his head to ForIOurt ltl1
the and rPltl.'rl.d May 2. 1917. by the ,
through car and carrying it quickly he bowed humorously to the lean denote the cataclysm. Aimer smiled the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial Ju.lle('inCuit c

the gatt. Consumed with the faced man beside him. He nodded his sardonically and drew the .Illinois citi- of Florida in and for IrMor County;

By EARL CERR DIGGERS of desire the to doctors follow them into the labyrinth head at Caesar The latter dived into zen to one side.' Trust in chancery Company.sitting a, corporation in favor Amt'rical,

jard, jit not dai ;11;:. a cupboard at the far end of the room "I would give you a piece of advice," of the estate of C. F. Markillie, deceased ...m.1lainant. .
. AND Capper ioaan..l! | l.Mu.l: I the and ajrain J. K. Ri.ltrts and Kir-
wail "It
.. and brought out a squat flask and he said in a low voice. is"-

ROBERT WELLS RITCHIE consultation Captain Wood!house, sitting in the glasses, which he passed around. When "Say, proprietor, you don't charge bara will Koborts.oiTer dl'ttndant.' the the.rourlliousf undersigned

Copyrt8ht 1915 by the Dobbs. rer. heard room with the doctor, the liquor had been poured Dr. Koch for advice, do you?" Sherman regard. door at Starke, .'orda. twtween the legal hourt
the front door and of sale on JUIt 4. iSi;. to the hi he-i
open the
L1Ik.li rill Co. .1 sculSa of burdened lifted his glass; and squinted through ed his quizzically. and best bidder for cash the followine: di'eri'Jed
.. feet
.t.f ,. -----. Dr. Koch in the hall. It with the air of a gentle satyr. "It is this," Aimer went on, unper lands situated in Bradford County Florida
; hopped to-wit
nimbly. to tho fni.ii." : i
. SYNOPSIS doors nnd threw them back. n :; "Gentlemen, we drink to what will turbed. "If I were you would not Said land h'inJ and bting in th County '
First I11'A141'; &
the Numidian's happen soon on the rock of Glbraltarr talk much about the fortifications! of Bradford Stall( Florida :
.It: previous to the outbreak of the Eutorit broad back:, then the A one-fourth equal disunion according; t t1!'.
. \ All downed the the Rock. Even: talk is-ah! -dangerous <
n2fl I\'ar J\le ceiou, LUI' for a New bent shoulders of two other men both toast gravely }A1dItu ?ornment surxey of the southwest fourjil'i '
.Ii.It' Then the if too much indulged." > of northeast fourth ( > of Section t.' '
. house. inccis .L C llan \\ outihouseM lily dressed came into view. Between master of the house Jerkedhis 'i i >
Wl' te"3 her lie la "Huh you're said ty-two (22i, Township five 15South of ran?r
", M a train toT *" them head toward! the unconscious man I gue right,
they carried twenty ((221
the cast
form of more particularly
..21'.II II pmte for 1:;)I't. man in officer's khaki Woodhouse a on the operating' ch.r Caesar and \\ Sherman thoughtfully. "You see, we as follows : Comm..ncin. at the d.crlb

. ::": jxmtau a spy. itx-ts Hilly Capper aliI could.not check a fluttering of the the two white men lifted the limp body 14"C don't know much about diplomacy out corner two (22)of) Township the S\V4 NEt4.> Section t' hti-
muscles (5 south twes.
m k'e :'" Ehe' promises him fl't range
: other WXi a. in his cheeks. This and started with it to the door, Dr.f where I come from.? ty-two (:21 east, running thence
: nnl a nu.jtwr: null the \VilhelmTiicn was a surprise: 'I
I job to him. The Interruption came startingly. A sergeant tn'nty"i' and two-thirds (26 ".3) rwls, moor -*
V. uudhuus4 meets Louisa doctor had .
1, given no hint ,
I. rvste. tbt'lIet south sixty ((;,0) rods. mow
Illd Is observed L. sue American tour- of it. and three soldiers with guns or less, thence west twenty-six and

Ie : jgts, Henry Sherman and familv.Woo4nou.se "Good swung through the open doors from (26 2-31 rods, more or less, thence norh two.hird:
good: clucked .
Koch .
indicating (60 rods more le to
Iii B point of
(tlic name Is assumed) is In Waterport Street Gun butts struck I bvcinninrf;
that they should lay their burden also om.-fourh ( ) equal :
with Louisa to impersonate di\I"n alcodlli
iplOt an Erig:1Ii5h on the the floor with a heavy thud. The sergeant to government suney of thE same southwit
.- officer of that name \\ 110 i is to te operating chair. "Any troubler'"None fourth < t',) of the northeast fourth Iii t,{
It :- transferred from Wady Haifa to take in ihe least, Herr Doktor," the (I"Haven't .AW stepped forward antI saluted AI- said section twenty-two (22) lying dmctly

; charge of the msiul tower at Gibraltar. larger of the two white men answer met with a businesslike! sweep of hand east of above described tract and of the Mi.ne
::1 1 Woodhouse, by agreement purloins Cap- I dimensions and area.
.. "At the curlier of to visor.
WUheIniMruo'e number. the warehouse near I been Josepha, the cigar II E.1: JOhNS
per' the "See here landlord! the sergeant ._ -Ef.
docks where it is dark-he was girl ? Special Ms.-t.r.
:I : WooJhouie proceeds ti Alexandria and going early to the Princess I spoko up briskly. "Fritz. the barber,
Mary the Princess Mary ?
la Ram'eh' seeks Iir. Koch, a CJcrnunpy.. you say SHERIFF'S
10 He sho \s him the number. Capper appears and"- f "Yes; she is already anchored in the lives here, does he not?" Aimer nod- Herby.. notice is Ii"'n SALE.that IV.. J. |>-

15 t: : and makes trouble. "Yes; a tap on the head-so?" Koch strait. The tenders are coming ashore. ded. "We want him. Find him In the IK-rson. Shl'rif of Bradford County. State!ft

: Vcod'iousf' iliaKoch's! ; suspicions. broke in, casting a quick glance to- He will come here, for such were his barber shop, eh?" execution Florida, issued, and out by of \'irut under of that the tent tirtain of

I CapPer secretes himself in a neighboring ward where Captain Woodhouse bad directions in Alexandria.! Louisa The sergeant turned and gate directions Strkl. Bradford County Florida. on :1"1'.

i'i !, .j'girder and spies on 1>r. Koch. risen from his seat. A shrewd appraising q q"To started to move toward the street door. to the guard. They trnmpthrou'gh against' Circuit W. Court of Bradford County, FlnrMa.! .
C.n.I'nn.. Milton Korvth. C
I Across t th1T"streft!;:; from Dr. Koch's glance it was, which was not lost "Uut oU?" AimerstopiH'd ber. "The a sn luring door by the side A. Brwninl. John Anderson and C. W. (*>T-

'home on Hut-en's terrace was the summer on Woodhouse. lIe stepped forward English are making\ : a roundup( of suspects of the desk while the Shermans, parents ter, of Dank of Starke, a euroration. -

G i home of a major of fusileer*, to join the physician by the side of the what will happen Gibraltar soon!" 'on the Rockof on the J KwU. They will ask aiid daughter alike, looked on. |September> and A. hearing I. 1!IH.date will of offer the for Mh sale Any'of jind;

i whose station was up the Nile. But figure on the operating 'hair. question-,-|MM ha i ps sirrest""Me with round eyes. 11IC'* than n minute .ill 1..1 to highest and best bidder ;$>rcash

I this Fiiaimer it was not omntied. The "Our man.; doctor he queried casu- Koch preceding them to open doors. ? N". I t think ii'it. Just bwuu-e the men in khaki returned escorting the 4th day the of court June house', A. D.door 1917 in, the the same Tea n feinir of-

i major had hurried his family back to ally. The mutlled chug-chugging of the auto I was: way :ir.mi Gibraltar:: for six a quaking man III white jacket a legal sales day of said Court, ilurjii ,;

,England at the first: imitterings of the "l'our name sensor," Koch answer at the gate sounded almost at once. weeks :i liii ha\e repined( !-II recently The barber, greatly flustered protested .the.,1 real legal estate hours of situated sale, the lying fulloninir and tain d.-r I lb-

great war. and lie himself: had to stick I ed, with a satisfied: chuckle; "tho original : The doctor and No. 1032 remained is II' t .'I- .'.ill to inn e Misjiirion. in English strongly reminiscent of his Bradford County, State of Florida t-e--t* in:

his regiment up in the doubtful Captain Woodhouse:: of his majes together iu the consultation room fora I Ii i4'i't! I I 1",1 Jo-.i:,!ii.! the! i-tear: : girl, fatherland."Orders Southtast quarter of northeast quarter of ,.c- S
by lion six ,
Sudan country. Like Ir. Koch's place ty's signal service, formerly stationed few minutes, going over, in final to 'U'ry 'i.i.i> ia I I'ugath; i uii' for to take you, Fritz," the sergeant twenty-two(61 <22l Township last, and six cuntainiiif 6) south. ia f.iiy'"' ,

, the major's yard was surrounded by a at Wady Haifa." review, the plans that the latter: was neii? :; a .\ t'ur? No-no. MMIOI-J youau explained not unkindly. (40) acres more or less. .

) : high vail, over which the (fronds of "Quite so," the other answered in to put into execution at the great Eng- uroiiTiu-"e aie tle: purest ciars "But I haf done nothing" the barber 5. -;; Sli-nfT W. .J Bradford, E.TEKSOV.I'oumy i.
: ii..tf s-oiitli I I i IIr Madrid. ,
i big jialms, and Cowered fchrubs draped English. Dr. Koch clapped him on thG lish stronghold on the Uock. The captain Indeed cried. "For ten years I haf shaved .
M'liiir. .
thelD lfI'S. The lIl'arcrt'lIla) : aside shoulder. looked at his watch, found the I you. You know i am a harmlessold ILL FOR FORCLOSrHE.
TI.e ; )1,1! lid suddenly! clianucd! : her In CAur. Eighth J idicial Circuit of
"Perfect man! You do the Englishman "
from the Kochs' across the street, wasa hour late and rose to depart. Dr. Koch German. The sergeant shrugged.! ;: FIO'i.I: County

, hundred yard away. At night an from the book. It will fool them. accompanied him to the gate and stood tone to < no of professional wheedling, "I fancy they think you are workingfor Eva Fernandez by R. S. Fernandiz., a.
fur she! )<.1 \\' three! entering the door. her husband and next' friend '
arc light set about thirty feet from all"Woodhouso with him for a minute under the strong the lhdlllstra sc. Fritz, and vs ,
Aimer lifted lisoice
shrugged his shoulders: In light from the nearby arc. angrily; : Chas Cumminys, et al.
Dr. Ioch's.It(', marked all the road -
deprecation. Koch cackled on as he "Josepha.) jour mother is substituting Bill For Forrloeure. <.
"You direct to the Princess
. '. thereabouts with sharp blocks of li.srht go with these d ars. Take them back Notice to Appear. ,
began to lay out sponge and gauze Mary?" he asked. THE STATE OF
and shadow. One lying close atop the and )
tell her if I catch her doing this
bandages on the glass topped table by To Mamie Lticious
"Direct to the Princess the Dewh'ar.
wall about the major's yard, screened Mary, again It means the cells for her." Clyde Porter (' nvh"r

bj the palms' and the heavy branches the operating chair: other answered. "She Is to sail at 5 The cigar:: girl bowed her head in fl Greetings : : "
"You see, I did not tell you of this o'clock." I having been shown by affidavit that the
of some night blooming ghost flower, because well, that fellow Capper's simulated fright, sped' past the incoming L d.ftndanlIamie: Dew heart. Lucmus Diw- .

} could command a perfect view of Dr.KOf'h's coming last night looked bad. Even "Then God guard you, my friend, on tourists and lost herself In the Cummings and Porter Cunmnngs
I your great adventure" They clasped are non-residents' of the State of and
gateway without being himself shifting crowd on the street. Almer FnridA
your explanation did not altogether that the residence of said ,
hands and the closed Itfl'ndanla :lmle
visible. convince. So I thought we'd have this permitted himself to mutter angrily Dewheart and Lucious Dewheart' is at

.,_t 'At )least so Billy Capper found It on little surprise: for pl\!. If you were doctor.A as he turned back to his books. of the Savannah residence in of the said State defendants of' Georgia Clviie r.n.l Cumminirs that- .

j the night following his visit to the an Englishman you'd show it in the shadow skipped from the top of "You see, mother? See that hotelkeeper and Porter Cuir.mingo is at City cf ;'ndianapolis -

'i 1 German physician's and his subsequent face of this-you couldn't help it. eh?'' the wall about the major's house across I lose his temper and tongue that in the is State of Indiana rl1I.'rtcly.and .

communion with himself at the "l'o"ill1I0t," the captain( vouchsafed the road. A shallow dogged the footsteps lash that poor girl? Just: what I tell Florda; the tb..r service no of a person subpoena in uin-n.Sat.w>' .m

Tavern of ThC'rmopylaImost with "lint: what is jour plan doctor of the tall well knit man who you-these foreigners don't know how would bind said defendants' or either ,.f them

the falling of the dark Capper' had ? What are you g"ing; to do with strode clown ,the deserted Queen's terrace -. to be polite to ladies.: and Lucious that Dewheart said defendants are over Mamie the ace I..:-f h.-.I'aenty-. aiid

., stepped off the train at Kamleh station this Captain. \\','Iklllou-e 1.1 insure: bis toward the tiled station by the Henry .1. Shmernmmim-"yes: sir, of Kewanee one )'l'an.' and that defendants Ch'o. ( .

'j ferried himself by boat' down the being:; out of. the way while I 11111 in tracks. A little more than an hour IlI.'IIO '"-mll'l'e.lliis bald pink jlS age Things of twenty-one and Porter years.Ci.mmin.r3; are "rd the

canal that parsed behind the major's Gibraltar! I hope 110 \'!<>lence--unless: later the same shadow hilled up the dome and glared truculently at the It is tbl'r.for oro'rt.I. considered nnd ad

{-t home, after careful reeniiiNiiterlng, discovered necessary." gangplank of the Princess Mary at her insulthig 1 back of Jll t'phInll'r.. :Mrs.: heart judged, Lucious that the defendants Clvde Cunmiinipi:I"mi. 1 tw and-

r-\ : that the tangle of wildwotnl "Nothing more violent than violent l'l'rth.lll'n the big P. and O. liner Sherurin.: the lady of direct impulses' Porter { ).wh.ar.""".a,' to the C.nifi| in-

n. about the hou 1917. default
lie was busy fumbling in the her saloon nasM-nirors. one registered: : \% ) iii lmtsiise' out of countenance in tie whereof( confe- in
-- a d.rt pro so will t<- rntertd
unconscious: man's pockets.: I'roia the as "C.rUlJtIlIllU.t', Capt. 8i;;. Service Winter: Garden not long back, cast against the said Mamie Dewhtart. Lu'iuW '

breast pocket of the uniform jacket he I ," and iu her second cabin a "W1J- herself despondently: on the decrepit 1)1h'a1.l. Clyde Cummings and 1'ortev. Cum-

withdrew a wallet glanced at its contents liam Capper." lounge and appeared to need little invitation "But I haf done It is further ordered that this nKice L

and parsed it to the captain.( to be precipitated Into a cry- nothing. published in the Bradford County Ttlrraih
newspaper at Siarke in Bradford
"Your papers, l'aptnln-the papers of CHAPTER VII. ing spell. Her daughter. Kitty, a winsome they want to have you where they can County, Ilullibtd, once each week for Iv consecutive -

transfer from Wady Haifa to Gibraltar. little slip, stood behind her, arms keep their eyes on you. Sorry, you weeks. i
Money too. I suppose( : we'll haveto The Hotel Splendide. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
about the mother's neck and her hands
R JOSEPH ALMEH. set my hand and affixed the seal rf our Circuit -
take that also to make appear proprietorof stroking the maternal cheeks. "Close in! March! commanded the Court on this the 3rd day of M*>. A. D.
the Hotel Spleudide, onGibraltar's 1917.
I'rfect-rubbery following assault
"Cheer up. mother. Even if this first sergeant. The guard surrounded the
Waterport street, T. WEEK'S.
the wharves.
on trip of ours-this 'grandver,' as hapless barber and wheeled through (SEAL) Clerk
was alone in his office
Woodhouse pocketed the military papers busy the guidebooks call it-has ,ecu sorta the door, their guns hedging his white B, R A WEFCS.!
over his books. The 5. 545t.
in the wallet and laid it down day was Aug. Deprty Clerk.
tough we had one compensation anyway Jacket about inexorably. Sherman'shands
The night before the cable had flashed
the untouched. The two white
'I .B.A. aids money of Dr. Koch, who were standingby word to General Sir George Crandall, ," said the magnate of Kewanee"we spread, his coattails wide apart, ; I Iit
saw the Palace of Peace at The and be rocked back forth on heels and
H* Commanded a Good View of the the folding doors, eyed the leather governor general of the Kock, that England 4
Hague before the war broke outGuess toes, his eyes smoldering.
Gate. folder hungrily Koch meanwhile had bad hurled herself into the great STARKE 1.
I they're leasing it for a skating "Come on. father"-Kitty had slip- nI
stripped off the jacket from the Eng war. But that was no concern of Mr. > FRATERNAL DIRECTORY 4'
watchman and had so achieved his rink now, though." ped her hand through her: dad's arm I l'
it affected
lishman and was rolling up the right' Josl'phln1<'r except as the 4. .1
poaWon of vantage on top of the wall "How can Joke when we're In and was imparting direct strategy In <
sleeve of his shirt. That done, he hotel business. Admittedly it did bring you ) F. & A. M. Bradford No.G 4' :(
dlrtctlj opposite the gateway of No. brought down from the top of the glass complications there.A such a fix? Ile-Ilenry, you neneverdo a low volci! *-"we'll! take mother down > 33. Meets every Lot and ,

82. He was stretched flat. Throughthe Instrument case a wooden rack containing sleek, well fed Swiss he was, one take things seriously!" the street to look at i the shops and < fourth Monday nights. ()

spaces between the dry fingers of several test tubes, stoppled whose neutrality was publicly as Impervious "Why not JoKe, mother? Only one make her forget our troubles. They'vegot >

'a palm leaf he could command a good with cotton. One glass tube he lifted as the rocky barriers of his thing you can do over here you don't some wonderful Moroccan bazaars I. 0. 0. F., May Lodge N'?. 10. { ,

view of the gate and of the road on out of the rack and squinted at Its homeland. A bland eye and a suave have to pay for. Cheer up! There's in town. I'.aedc-kcr! says SI)."
either side. Few pedestrians passed clouded contents against the light professional smile were the ever present the Saxonia due here from Naples h"I.I. did you 'sav. ?" Mrs. Sherman. > night <)

below him, an automobile: or two puffed "A very handy little thing; -Tery advertisements of urbanity on Joseph some time soon. :Maybe: we can horna perked v"t once. furs 'it iiui her grief: c?> M. W. of A., Starke Camp. <) t

by, but In the main Queen's ter- handy." Koch was talking to himself Aimer's chubby countenance. He way up her gangplank. Consul tinder, the !superior IUI"I'"P6 & Meets every first and third Wednesday < l

I nw' was deserted and Capper was as much as to Wuodhsase. ".\ sweet' spoke with! an accent that might: have says'*- "\ :, TT1tf1"r "oml' fI1 Irt'II! eJwim & nights.
alone. It was a tedious vigil. Capper lIttle product of the XiamIam country got him into trouble with the English Mrs. Sherman looked up from her ana I'OIi 'pm over." hermqnsfond o ei

hit no reliance except his Instinct of down In Belgian Kongo. Jfattmtiiiuk masters of the hock had they not randkerchk-f with: withering scorn I humor was quite restored. lIe ) W. 0. W., Friends Camp .. .. Al
i Bpy familiar with spy's work to( asinre 110 more.. '.1 it luau they/ would known that certain cantons III Switzerland leu- me a way we can get auoaramy imched Kitty's arm in compliment for No. 138. : second: and -

that he would be rewarded for el a water fiy'n) bite, but the white are Very close tn the frontier (If ship without hating the money to her guile. ")Ia -"(' they'll let us look I fourth Friday nights.E'ver '!>

Ib pains. Some sixth sense In him man is"- Germany, and Aimer therefore wa pay our passage. Tl'lIuII.! that Henry at their! stuff without charging niiy- 4i: 4

had prompted him to come thither, "A virus of some kind." the other hardly to be blamed for an accidentof Sherman:" thing. But we couldn't" buy a postage < Union Chapel Camp, No. MC, ."

me In the promise that the night guessed birth. "\\'ehi. \\("\ e been I broke before stamp, remember. r meet every first and third 1-Viday '0'

would not be misspent. A clock some- "Of my own isolation," Dr. Koch It was 4 in the afternoon. The street mother" lien spouse answered: cheerily, They sailed out Into the crowded ,i. nights at Union nape J. A. El6 ..>

here off In the odorous dark struck answered proudly. lIe scraped' the skin outside steamed with heat and the rocking himself! on heels and toes. str 'C't and K-st Ihenisolves amid the Clerk, R. No. 1, Starke. i.

the hour twice, and Capper fidgeted. on the victim's arm until the blood odors that make Gibraltar a lasting "IJememlier wln'n'C' were tirst married scourinss:: of .\fri--a and south Europe: 'i 5>

The hard stone he was lying on cramped came, then dipped' an ivory spatula memory were at their prime of distil and had that little house: on Lib Aimer was alo'io ii t iii' ollice.! 5) Visiting brothers are cordially 4>

:'iim. into the tube of murky gelatin and lation. The proprietor of the Splen erty street-the newest house: in Kewauee : invited to attend these meetings. .;

The sound of footsteps on the flagged transferred what It brought up to the tilde was nodding over his books. Alight it was, and we didn't have n (Continued Next Week.) 4,

walk aroused momentary lntere.- lie raw place In the tle::h. I footfall! on the boards beyond the hired Jrlllf'n.I! mum' [her. But: we come + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + . +

"The action is quick nnd desk; p>u"eJ him. A pill with two cigar out all rizlit.: didn't we?" He patted
looked! out through Ills screen of green very: may + LEGAL NOTICES +
boxes iimlcr her arm slipped likea his shoulder and winked 1
and saw a tall, well knit figure of a lie'llIll.'t.. he continued. "Our friend I daughter's 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,
shadow up to the desk.: She was llJlI l'r..lhl."C"llIe (ill, phis and EDGAR vcs
mail approach the opposite' gate, stop here won't recover eollsciouslless: for
dressed in the bright colors of .. NOTICE OF INTENTION OF ADMINISTRATOR -
I'ain.dal'l.t boys \I 1.11 l ok over those Iodi
and ring the bell. Instantly Capper three days, and he will be unable to TO APPLY FOR ORDER T'. SELL' Optician Tesitec
tinned with the hunting; fever of his stand on his feet for two weeks at colored skirt under a broadRoman3 : chambers the! English: ::! hollowed out. REAL ESTATE TO PAY DEHTS. JACKSON VI LLE.fU.
We can't sit in our room and Notice is hereby' phen' to :Mrs. E W. Drippers. .
trade. In the strong light from the least dizziness! intermittent fever !sash and with thin white lII"I't'all Elisha Driiftrets.' Georgia: Fmnlcl. M. Broken Lenses ]

Mr he could study minutely the face clouded memory. lIC'lil't'' pretty sk k." \rab-t, open at rounde.l throat. A cheap day. C. Fennivl, her' husband Janie MeNtal mind J.McKcal Duplicated
of The gentleman: who knew Kewauee her' hu.-band tuirs at law of E. W. Same Day as Recited 't I
the man at the gate-smoothly shaven '- "But not too sick to communicate w iih tortoise: shell Comb hell I her coils of I
all interested t1ii
Drippers dfceased. and other vtspqcialize -We
was making; ior the dr "h.uImer, iMT-ons o ers pJ f'oitt'e I
slightly: ;gaunt and with thin lips others." Woodhou suggested. "Sure-- chestnut hair high on her head-Louisa in the estate of paid E. W. Driwrrs.feci'8c W. rORSVTM ST J .
the \ '. came out from l ehind his -
stma ( .
' lvye a strong chin. It was a strik- ly"- of the \Villn-lm rzlsst', I but not the -3
:le,;k and stopped him with a warning Prdaford County Florida. adminiMratnr of theestate
; face t,ne :\,;remembered.. The "ilajbe not too sick, but unable to same I.ouNa. t in' sophisticated Louisa haul of said E. W. Driciters. d. .a. will Sudden changes of temper.:tutaud

.. Sate opened. I'.eyond: : it Capju-r saw communicate with others." Dr. Kin.liinterrupted : of the Cafe HI he and the Winter Gar at Chambers in GainifilkFlorida, on the underwear bring with
for "1 am afraid the gentlemanailnot 18th day of June, .A D. 1917. at one o'clock! colts up
an Instant the white figure': of the with a booming 1\ul1. den. A timid little, cizarinaker she see the fanioiH Hoik vli.-milicr! ," he p m., apply to the Honorable James T. Wills, hC'i.l.! sore throat and g'wral) cod: '
Nmidian! be had bumped into at the11I..y's was here in Gibraltar. Ju "This time tomorrow nkht:: our friendwill l. "This is wartime-:since (Iur symptoms. A do."e of Dr. King'o NewIicovery
purrt yes ford County. Florida an ordtr to at'
"I.t.uiIic'I"s: : head bobbed s..1
both. mouth. The gate closed on be well out on the Libyan desert up terday.oii know. TourNts are nut I public sale the following rial 'ci-tate in is sure relief, this; happy

with some uuuentlo:: Bed'mins for com on a suddenly stiffened netk as be .'allowed the fortifications.! ford County. Florila. toit : combination of antiseptic balsam that
Anther whimpered, her uall('. She set her Commencing orhwest corner of N'orth-
wC'urhour for the ferreton pany. He's bound for Fezzau. and Itwill "Like to see who'd stop iae"! Henry west of lIorthwtt quarter and run clears the head, soothes the irritated

the wall: then something happened' be a lung way home without mon boxes of rig.irs ou the di"-k, openedthem J. Sherman l11"C'hillN'lf up to his Fast 5:5 quar..r,,. South 105 feet. West 523 foot membranes and what migh ha\"t 'ben
that was and as !oIlmtli gotures to North 105 feet to point of beginning, said land
enough;: for crampedjmiBCles knows? three months." the feet and frowned at the a lingering cold is up. Don'f.top
Cs.Vluii .Maylte: point the worthiness of her she full sex en lying and being in Section 33, Township 6.
and taut m'rH's.11 automoMe Very deftly Koch bound up the abrasion Swiss. Alun-r rubbed his hands. Smth Range -:; aiM! the folowing land- In the treatment when relief i id first
I purred up to the Out spoke swiftly and in a half whisper. I I Alnchua! County Florida. towit : ( '
;gate. of It c'lt. as a half cured cold is '
.\ l'olJjl.'r-with most probably dangerous.
on the Englishman's: arm with a gun
topped two \11 is as we hoped. Aluier. lIe Kat half of 1>lh.at quarter of Section 26.
men, while a third, tilted gauze, explaining:; as he worked that sir" Township 7, Range 14 ; belonging to said estate Take Dr. King's New Di.;covety till
II over conies the Princess Mary- cablegram '
like on :a :
one drunk remained for the of of debts.
on the | payment cold is
Mro. Sherman rose and hurried! to punl. your gone. (1)
rear the man's desert: guardians would have
"from Koch through
I seat' of the tonneau. One jut got to- W. J. EPI'ERSOX.Sb..rif '--
rang instructions the her husband's side in alarm. of Bradford County. Florida ad ---
the bell. to remove bandages day. I wanted" Drives Out Malaria Builds
The two before the ;gate of the estate of W. Up SystemThe
"Henry-Henry! Don't go and (tarr'slt.,1 milli.trtor E
before he recovered his faculties. There
nqceted! anxioulfor it to- be' opened. "You 1111':111"Iwt'r thrust his head DHirirert. deceased OH Standard general llrlnithtnic' tonic,
sain! Uenic-mber: that last
Capper> iid not so much heed to them would be nothing to tell the luckless forward in his l'at.I'II1'S. and his eyes time-tIlC' Frenchman that Bordeaux A. V. I.O.NC. CROVK'S TASTELESS chill TOXIC, drives out

a s to the half prisoner more than that he had been were bright; bead*. Atornl'Y. 5-18-51. Malaria.enrichrs. Mool.r.nd builiFmvpthe yv ,
reclining; fi.u? la the town." Sherman allowed discretion < ". A true tonic. For. .nd rhiMtea. lie
"NCWae. It was In strong light.. Cap kidnaped robbed and carried away by "l"ai'taiu'tllllihouseour CaptainWoodhouse -Its -
to soften his valor ADMINISTRATOR'S
Per saw, with a leap of his heart thut tribesmen not uncommon occurrence !" The :,:il'rs'oit e trembled "Well, aIJ'wabe turned again to I -SETTLEMENT. S

the man in the machine was clothed Ii. In lower Egypt) Koch completed his iu C'xultaliuu1111 hU number- NOTICE is hereby given that on October t.
toe khaki service work by directing his aids to strip off Wilhelmstrasse number hit uniform of the II: it J famous signal tower up on top of the j., Bradford County. Florida my final account A single grateful thought imrnedheavenward .J
anny-aii the of the uneouscious man's uniform carefuly-UC] I :!. .
otticrr's uniform lie jiulz rest and vouchers of the estate of Calvin de J
fd Kock. Mother, they say from that Mor Is the most perfect prayer.Lessing. .,
by the triuiness of its fittius! though and clothe him in a nondescript "Nineteen t hirt -t wo," Aimer repeated teasl. and apply for the approval
tower there they can keep tabs on final discharge .
ae op my such admiaistta-
could not see the bhoulJt-r straps. :!.viaIi _garb .that Caesar brought into under his. bth; theunjoud. Oa 8 ;i;



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lean now handle FUNERALS in any part of the count/! i .>

ANN CEMENT. stalled AUTOMOBILE EQUIJ IBNT. Price same as ifaL

::q'_. hearse I wish to announce that I have add AUTOMOBILE FUNERAL CAR Owing to few

ed to UNDERTAKING department an .
this my forward was necessary I carry at all times the most complete line or Coffins, Caskets, Burial vaults, Shrouds. Embalmer always in attendance. Prices : r.

step calls attended promptly. DE WITT C. JONES Funeral dirwsjor; .
Night or Day '
L. D. Phone Starke. Florida, No. 1. J
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The call meeting of the Woodmen can well arrange to do so are cordially 25 years ago, where he has lived ever FARMERS URGE: J TO
I Circle Tuesday evening was well at- invited to come together Saturday and since, but has been engaged in tailor- EFFORTS IX POODContrnuwl 'S6 fJt
tended and after the ceremony of ini- attend the services, take dinner on .the ing in Jacksonville. The funeral was PRODt;
tiation at the Masonic Hall, a recep- ground and enjoy the day. held at the house Wednesday morning ( I
tion was given at the home of Mrs. H. I and the body interred in the Wood- << F'fom Page l)

County News Items B. Weest, where refreshments were LAWTEY.Mayor lawn cemetery "Jacksonville by the
served, and a very enjoyable social side of his wife, who preceded him to planting ofRico thl' N ; Han Ift4
hour spent. the Great Beyond a few months ago. yam. The pnUtoes should k
Improvements on our streets and W. F. Godwin spent several The deceased was nearly 76 years of separate so that lh y could be
lattratlntf facts Gathered During the Week by Our I sidewalks continue, and the town is !days last week in different portions of age. Rev. A. T. Galloway, of the M. der thi-ir correct iame. IOIi
Regular Correspondents. taking on an air of progress. I Georgia. I I E. church, South, conducted the fun- varieties in bankslor storm
: Mrs. R. D. Rawley, of Starke, attended Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke, eral services. He leaves a daughter, breaks down the price, betauIt
the reception given by the was transacting business in Lawteyand Miss Annie, two granddaughters, the !buyer can never J"IIw, what hei
I Woodmen Circle Tuesday evening. vicinity last Friday. Misses Rose Mary and Jennie Hull, ing. .
I atives and friends in Raiford the latter Leslie Brown was a business visitor Deputy L. L. Sapp was in Starke and a host of friends to mourn his Professor MrQurrie tern
LONG BRIDGE. part of last week. I to Jacksonville Tuesday.Miss Monday transacting business. death. that farmers divule-theiropenii; .?
Mr. Levy Norman and sisters, Misses Dorrie Hatcher was a visitor Miss Marguerite Godwin and little to four divisions ;'first .'
Miss May Yarborough, of Raiford, Lizzie and Lottie, were visitors at the here during the week. brother, Willie, returned home last could be divertedjinto casherr: ,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. II. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. J. Wain- Harvey D. Green left for Jackson- week from Georgia, where they spent WOODLAWN purchase of clothir and othetlj
Moody, this week. wright's last Thursday.Mrs. ville Monday where he has enlisted in several weeks with relatives and I sities that cannot be grown II T
Mrs. Evelyn Stevenson, of Raiford, Pet Sapp was visiting Mrs. F. the State Guards. friends.Mr. Miss Debbie Phillips visited at the farm. When this crap is one that*:
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Millard M. Norman the first of the week. Miss Ina Alderman, of Lake Butler, H. D. Randall was a visitor to home of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore, of off in the spring *ie land slug
Johns, this week. Mr. S. J. Norman made a business I was a visitor here Wednesday, the Gainesville last Monday.Mrs. Starke, last week. terwards be used) ias a hog p
trip to Starke Monday. guest of her sister, Mrs. Lula Futch. J. D. Randall was a visitor to Miss Gladys Norman visited relatives Second. The main 'nave
and children
N. Wester ,
Mrs. E. I
visited Messrs. Lonzie and Levy Norman Mrs. J. N. Strickland and little Jacksonville Monday. and friends at Theressa Sundayand should include eveij-thing foYtfei[
Ekron her and daughter Dewey,,of Mrs. I. L. Merritt, -, made a business trip to Jacksonville daughter, of Wauchula, and Mrs. 0. Messrs. T. J. Terry and E. E. Bur- I Monday. sistenci- the famgy and stock,'l'tt
t week. Saturday.Mr. K. Prince and little daughter, Juanita, ney were visitors to Gainesville last Misses Marie Thomas, and Bertha The fertility crop, hick should:
last and Mrs. R. G. Norman visitedMr. of Dade City, were the guests of relatives Thursday.Mr. :Moore, accompanied by Aubrey Moore, ', the growing of gumes and '
Messrs. Lacy Cason and Dan John- and Mrs. J. R. Norman Saturday here during the week. J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville, was of Starke, motored out here and spent crops tn build up t*> land, then
son, of Raiford attended Sunday school night. Mrs. W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville, transacting business in Lawtey last the evening as the guests of friends of crops so as! no* to make tbe\Ie "
<.' at Long Bridge Sunday. spent the week here as the guest of her week. Friday.Mr. sick as some or tha strawhen .
Miss Annie Clemons visited rela- mother Mrs. Elsie Ernest, Dowling, of Jacksonville, was ers have probably
WORTHINGTON.Mr. Sparkman. I I and Mrs. Eodus Green, of Jack- already dconsttaat ,
-,, tives in Brooker last week. Rev. L. A. Rawls, of Lake Butler, shading hands with his many friends sonville, visited relatives here Satur- use of tha same Boil flt U
Mrs. Pearl Johns (js visiting rela- was a pleasant visitor here Monday. 'here last Sunday. day and Sunday.Mr. ry growing. Four4 The saris J
> tives in Lake Butler this week. A. B. Shaw made a business tripto Next Tuesday, June 5th, the regis- I' Air. and Mrs. J. II. Moore were visitors 0. J. Phillips was transacting conservation of thJ forage cropi r.p!
Jacksonville Friday, returning Sat- tration officers, J. V. Jones and J. H. I to Jacksonville Monday.Rev. business at Theressa Sunday and Mon forage should not my] be saved.i
MILLER. urday afternoon.A I Pollard, will open an office for the day I I \. T. Grlloway filled his regu- should be fed to beef cattle, nt0to
f ., social was held at the spring here in the room formerly occupied by the lar appointment at the Ortega M. E. day.Mr.. G. C. Wooten, of Lawtey, was and hops, if the largest profit IIU")
The continued dry weather is begin- for the purpose of celebrating the barber shop directly across the street I I church, South, last Sunday. here Friday in the interest of the be secured. It isjworth muck to
ning to injure the corn in this twentieth birthday of Miss: Effie Doug from the post office, and will be open Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Miss Mabel and Lawtey Telephone Co. when turned into ;milk, butter, lg
community.J. lass. Quite a few games were played, until 9 o'clock in the evening, to register I Edward and Laurie, returned to their Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited and pork,than wh.n sold out of m
S. Brown made a business trip to after which supper was served and all men of military age. All citi- I i home here from Gainesville, where relatives at Waller Saturday and Sun- barn. In this connection he urJdea
then all assembled at the stand and zens should devote the day to remind- they have been during the,term of the bedding of cattle and the aaviDr'i
Gainesville Wednesday.J.
L. Brown and family visited H. I partook of a cool refreshing drink. ing those eligible, and in a patrioticway Florida University. day.Mr.. J. D. Griffis and Mrs. Cynthia the manure for the enrichment dfc
T. Bennett and family, of Bland Sun- Several gifts were made to the young assist each one to do their duty. I I Rev. W. L. Overstreet filled his reg- Horn were married at the home of soil. .
:lady by her many friends. When the It is not a day for jests and fun, and ,ular monthly appointment at the Law- Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips Tuesday The County Organizitiot
I day.A number of our people assembled 'time came for the party to return to should not be so spent. A little fun ((1) I,tey Baptist church last Saturday and night, Rev. Phillips officiating.Mr. At th. close of these addresses
F at Dekle's Mill last Wednesday and their homes they were all able to say, may cause some one to fail to register Sunday. W. H. Norman was transacting who had been designated as men&e
had a fish fry. They reported plenty "I am glad that I came." and cause serious trouble. I I Messrs. John S. Andrews and Ernest busines sin Starke Saturday. of the County Commission were jed
f. of fish. Dr. J. D. Noble, the efficient dental ,I Wells were business visitors to Rai- Misses Katie and Francis Thompson upon for short addresses r.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Williams, of doctor, who is at work in this place at ,ford Sunday.Mrs. visited relatives near Lawtey last I responding were Mrs. T. E. Wslhvp
Stsrke, spent the week-end with Mr. present, motored over to Brooker Sun- LAKE BUTLER.Messrs. .I; C. P. Gore and daughter, Miss Sunday.Mr. S. T. fowling, };. E. PoppeD; L I
who :Susie, of Jacksonville, were visitors to Matthews and (). L.
and Mrs. N. H. Stokes. day afternoon. Those accompanied I and Mrs. Andrew Milliard of Mizell.
Foster Glover went to Lake Butler him were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw W. C. Townsend and C. J. Lawtey last Friday, the guests of the Vanderbilt section, visited here At a meeting of the local eona:
Wednesday on business. and little son, Woodrow, Misses Lula Knight left for Orange Springs to friends. Sunday.Mr. sion held immediately; after the dee
I N. H. Stokes made a business trip and Virgie Thomas and Miss Daisy spend a few days fishing. I i Miss Edith Williams, Macclenny, 0. J. Phillips was transacting of the main meeting E. S. Hat&c
,, to Dukes Monday. Lewis, all of whom attended servicesat Mr. C. T. Barrett visited Starke on was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben business in Starke Saturday.Mr. I was eleceted chairman, and it wufc
10 George Miller, who has been attending the Brooker Free Will Baptist I 1st Sunday and was the guest of Mr. .Rowe, near Lawtey, last Sunday. J. S. Norman was a business sided to ask the county commisikan
Southern College at Sutherland, is church Sunday afternoon.As and Mrs. F. F. Stump.Mr. I i Mr. J. Dubose, of Starke, was a visitor visitor to Starke Wednesday.Mr. at their meeting next Monday to assist -
for A. B. Ware, of Mayo, and Master to Lawtey last Sunday. in making an agricultural"
at home for his vacation. last Friday was a holiday ,I 0. J. Phillips was a caller at
J. S. Brown made a business trip to quite a few of the normal pupils anda Jule Ware, of Worthington, are : Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Humphreys, of Lawtey Tuesday. of the county to ascertain! how BIIJ
i-; Bland Monday. few other friends, they assemblednear visiting their sister, Mrs. Wm. Over- ,i Alfalfa, were visiting friends in Law- acres of cleared la.ids are lying i&
for the street. I tey last Friday.Mr. how much of each staple product .
W. 0. Brooks, of Providence, was the edge purposeof
of Absent One.
in our midst Sunday. frying fish. After the fish were Miss Jocie Parrish, who has been and Mrs. A. L. Bradley, of Dreaming an farmers will have for sale next ft!
To dream of the absence -
J. L. Brown was in Gainesville Wednesday caught and cooked dinner was spreadand teaching in Titusville, returned home ,,,Starke, are spending a few days at prievinfr over and such other information as wilt.
of is said he
on business. all partook of the goodies and returned last Tuesday. |,the home of Mr. John L. Stalsby. anyone to a sure of use in promoting their interestlii
Marion Waters attended church at home feeling very much refreshed Mr. J. W. Townsend took his fam- |: V. R .Reddish and E. E. Burney sign that the person you dream uf will efficiency.The .
Midway Sunday. from the outing.We ily to Orange Springs last week to ,transacted business ir Jacksonville !soon return and with friendliness or membership of the County Cos-

D. L. Clyatt *>:rt to Alachua Saturday are very glad to note the return spend the summer. He and his son, Wednesday. love grown ill the stronger through mission is as follows: E. S. Mattken
, t on business. of Miss Edyth Warren, one of the Kinney, returned home Tuesday. I Mr. Charles H. Churchill, of Jacksonville absence. But to dream of rejoicing atanyone's chairman, S. T. Dowling, Mrs. T. I
!t t George Shallar, of Providence, was Normal pupils of this place, who was Mr. Fox, of Savannah, Ga., is visiting is spending this week at the absence means that you will Waldrup, Mrs. J. D. Randall, Mn.1
r here Sunday. called away some time ago. We hope his nephew, Mr. J. B. Brown. I home of his father, Mr. S. M. Churchill shortly receive flews you would rather A. Weeks, N. T. Ritch, E. R. Poppa
Furman Stokes attended church at she will have great success in her Miss Katheryn Harrison, of Alabama in East Lawtey. be without. 0. L. Mizell, Mrs. Wm. HarrelL
f Midway Sunday. studies, after being absent so long. is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. H.I I I Miss Bertha Lawrence came over
t > Mrs. H. B. Clyatt, of this place, died Rev. S. W. Sheffield filled his regu- Honiker, in Lake Butler. |I i from Jacksonville and spent Sundayat Helps Keep Flowers Fresh.It Where the Sun Differ.
i May 23rd, after an illness of only three lar appointment here Sunday morning, Miss Clifford Harrell visited Starke the home of her parents, Rev. and Is said that sphagnum; moss In the When trouble comes hobbling slob
:;- days. Mrs. Clyatt had been in her usual and also preached a very impressivesermon last week. j Mrs. T. B. Lawrence. bottom of a vase used for cut flowers a woman gives way to a flood of teta
I health until three days before her Sunday evening. An upnknown negro man was found' Justice B. D .Kelly, of Raiford, was will keep the water fresh for some -but a man i-rowJs to tint the atmosphere
, death. The interment took place at Mr. T. B. Parker, his daughter, Ver- on the A. C. L. Railroad tracks the transacting business in Lawtey last time. blue.
( Fort Call cemetery Thursday morn- lie, and little son, Henry, were in our other' morning, his body cut in half. Saturday.Mr. :
t ing. She had a large circle of friends town Friday afternoon, and were accompanied The county judge and sheriff were tel- I A. Rosenberg spent Sunday in -- - --- -'---_. _-- --- 1C y-, '-
t who join the bereaved relatives in by his daughter, Bernice, ephoned for and held an inquest. It Alachua with his family. ) >OOC>OOCOOOOO(>OOOOOOOO(
I Rev. T. B. Lawrence left for
4 Monday
mourning her departure. who spent the week-end with her par- seems that the negro must have been
i asleep on the track. I Jacksonville, where he was joined by x

t. VANDERBILT.A ents.Mr.. Shaw's normal pupils are pre- The well known artist, Mr. H. Blake, !his son, Mr. James Lawrence, of Ok-
I paring two plays, "Punkin Ridge" and has just completed decorating and lahoma City, and together they will JOB PRINTING
"The Runaway Couple," which will be painting the interior of the Lake But- spend several days in New Smyrna.Mr. .
f fish fry was very much enjoyed presented at the springs on Friday, ler Bank. The work was done, as us- J. D. Randall returned to his
t at Sampson lake Friday night. Had I June 8th. Everybody prepare to be ual, in first class shape. The officersof home here last week from Cincinnati, ,
supper and plenty of fish. Those present I there. the bank are well pleased with it Ohio.Mr.
. were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J.I I Rev. Walters, of Gainesville, was in and Mr. Blake deserves a great deal : J. J. McLeod left last Saturday i
.i E. J. Wainwright, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. town Sunday afternoon. of credit.H. I I for Jacksonville, where he has secureda
Norman, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp, Mr. -" J. Stewart, cashier of the Lake :,, position for a few months.Mr. .
and Mrs. Bob Haislop, Mr. and Mrs. HAMPTON. Butler Bank, was in Jacksonville last' Ellery Sapp, of Wateroak, was T aiv and
Jim Alvarez, Misses Ella, Peaceula, Tuesday on business. i|I the guest of relatives here Sunday.Rev. Neatly Artistically i
1 Ruby, Lizzie, Lottie, Mattie, Ellen and Mr. J. F. Bennett, accompanied byj,, Thos. Stark carried on revival '
I Done--Give Us Trial!
i, Carrabelle Norman, Inez, Louise, Reba Mrs. Harrison, of Sampson, spent Misses Evelyn and Lena, also J. P. Jr., services at the Saxton Methodist a ,
and Aileen Haislop, Mary Wainwright, Friday here, the guest of friends. went to Jacksonville last Sunday to church last week. The meetings were I
Pearl, Freda, Ruth, Agnes and Louise Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume were visit Mrs. Bennnett, who is at the St. :,,quite well attended by an interested : z
". Sapp, Elsie Thomas, Erma Gainey, week-end visitors at Starke, the guestsof Vincent sanitarium. Her improvementhas congregation.The )
:.. Mrs. Martha Sapp, Mrs. Annie Gain- our former townsman, Perry Do- been remarkably fast, and she is j I families of Rev. W. L. Over- ; 3I 1
: eYe Messrs. Percy, Otto Wainwright, expected to be home the latter part of ;: street and Mr. Ben Rowe spent Tuesday I
Levy, Lonzie, Clevy, Frank, and Russell ver.Dr.. W. E. Middleton, Vivian Ivey, I this week. i at Kingsley lake. d
Norman, Fred Thomas, Fred Hais M. L. Watterson and A. J. Nimmo motored -I Little Alvey Williamson, daughterof I Dr. A. H. Freeman, of Starke, wasa "
lop, Felix Sapp, Earl Thomas, Owen to Jacksonville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Williamson, I I professional visitor to Lawtey last rU l!
Jacob and Cecil Sapp. Miss Ovella Dover, who for the past met with an accident the other day, .'Sunday.Mr. .
; Another sing will open this morning two weeks has been the guest of her when she got a piece of glass in her )i E. J. Robertson a, id son, John, L=: :: :M
at Emanuel church with about 40 sister! Mrs. Hurdia Flume, returnedto eye. She was taken to Jacksonville to were business visitors to Williston,
enrolled. Prof. L. A. Davis, of Heil- her home at Starke Saturday.S. be operated on. We hope she will be last week.
bronn, will be the teacher. We hope R. Johns, wife and little daughter fortunate enough to save the eye.; I Nathan lang, of Wauchula, is spending -

'j.I I every one will try to do their part and Lucile, were visitors at Jackson Mr. J. G. Johnson visited Jacksonville I a few days in and near Lawtey - -- -- .. ---"a
make a success of it. The rates are .ville Tuesday.Rev. one day this week. i i with relatives and friends.Mr. r.
forty scholars fifty cents for ten days, Barr filled his regular appoint- The new city officials will go on duty E. J. Roberts was transacting
or twenty scholars one dollar for ten ment here Sunday morning and even- Thursday, June 7th. |:business in Jacksonville Friday.Mrs. .
r days. ing. His discourse Sunday eveningwas A linen shower will be given by Miss 'I A. J. Lowery left Saturday for NOTICEAll
I' f. There will be preaching at the Vanderbilt timely, and has been highly com- Marshall Proctor in honor of the bride Jacksonville to join her husband, who
t Baptist church Saturday night mended. I Ito i be, :Miss Rhona McDonald, Thursday 'has secured a position there.
I and Sunday morning at 11. The Woman's Christian Temperance I i afternoon. ]i ii I Miss Price, of Louisville, Ky., who, members of the Christian Church of Bradford =
The crops are looking fine, but a 'Union will meet at the Masonic Hall i Miss Julia Kendall and mother carried i I|is at present engaged in the work of
I" good rain would help it to grow. next! Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, their Sunday school classes for a :;organizing Sunday schools in the County are urged to attend a
\ Miss Nellie Hooks has been visiting when the following program will be ]I'I picnic at Worthington last Tuesday. !I state of Florida, spent last Saturdayand ,
r her cousin, Mrs. Nettie Sapp, near rendered] I I :Miss Sarah Rivers visited Starke on Sunday in Lawtey. She spoke GET TOGETHER DAY j jI
1 Lawtey. Song. last Tuesday.Mrs. ,, both morning and evening at Grace ,I
! I Miss Clara Bennett, of Lawtey, is Prayer, Rev. H. E. Ridenour. R. R. Hoffman, of Starke, spent ,, church to quite large and interested :I
spending a week with her cousin, Miss Scripture lesson, Miss Ada Nimmo. the week-end with her brother, Avery ,'I'ccngregations. A county organizationwas at STARKE on the Fourth Sunday in June. All will '

'; Susie Sapp. Song. I| G. Powell. I effected and committees and offi- meet at the First Christian Church at Bible School'
j't: t. Mr. Wesley Norman, of Raiford, was Purpose of the W. C. T. U., Mrs I Miss Rosa Byrd has returned from cers for the same were named.
:: in this section Sunday. Barr. Jacksonville, where she has been on a :| Mr. Julius Eunice and Celma Pre- and will leave for the Lake at 11 a. m. Dinner will i
) Messrs. Chas. and Warren Bloods-I Piano Solo, Miss Evelyn Seals. visit to her father. i j vatt were united in marriage last Sun- be served the
; worth attended the sing Sunday after- Need of local W. C. T. U., Mrs. Mrs. Belle Ambrose has returned : day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by Justice on grounds. All are urged to bring

noon.Mr. rendered: from her vacation spent at Live Oak. '! B. L. Blanchard, at the home of full baskets, and we do not want to be selfish, but
?, S. P. Yarborough, of Raiford, Reading, Mrs. Seals. Miss Powell, who has been visitingin |the bride's mother, Mrs. R. M. Pre- all Christians '
attended the sing at Emanuel Sunday Solo, Miss Barr. Starke, returned home Thursday.Mr. 'vatt, in the presence of about 100 relatives citizens and strangers are invited.

,; afternoon. Recitation, Vera Saxon. and Mrs. Robt. Rivers visitedin and friends. Mr. Gus Peeples Communion will be served at Lake at 12 ni. The
,- Mr. Percy Wainwright, of Heilbronn, Solo, Leslie Futch. Starke last Thursday.The | acted as groomsman, and Miss Clair :
}\ attended the sing here Sunday after- Talk, Mrs. F. A. Scott. pastor of the Methodist church : Bennett was the bridesmaid. Immediately Pastor, Rey Wr'R LaRowe, will preach at 1130 a. t i

;, Reading, Mrs. A. A. Futch. preached to a good congregation last after the ceremony the happy m. Do not miss the chance all old
: noon.Mr.. Mert Newman and Misses Maud General discussion of the work led Sunday and Rev. Blake had a helpful couple went to their home just northof to meet your :
'. t Green, Margaret Kelley attended the by Rev. Barr, and followed by others. service at night. Lawtey, with the congratulations friends. J\ll are welcome.
How Children May Be Benefitted by The 2nd quarterly conference for the and best wishes of their many friends.
sing.Messrs.. Lonzie and Levy Norman the W. C. T. U.-Mrs. Freeman. year is announced to be held at Worth- |I The death of Mr. William Walz oc- :
, were visitors to Starke and Raiford Song and benediction.A ington Springs next Saturday. The curred here at the family home Tues- COME COME COME
r Sunday. cordial invitation is extended to presiding elder is expected to preach day afternoon. Mr. Walz was born in ,
Miss Reba Conner was visiting rel- all ladies to attend the meeting. both Saturday and Sunday. All who Germany and came to Lawtey about '!
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