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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 2, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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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'm E 'F1.0JmA STATE FARM:
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN: OUR NATIONAL BIRTHDAY % HAT D'YE V KNOW .tlOti't 'I liltV? I ('.\Im FROM C. A. KNIMir: MILITARY TRAINING: CAMP

i.1 Some Interesting; Statistics", About Dr. Dale I I
the great English: preacher ., Educator Outlines Manner of Celebrating The delinquent tax list of live double To the Voters of Bradford County:
Unique Institution said!: "I remember that before I I columns : .\ Fine Outing For Florida Ynl\n
I July Fourth appearing. in today's Telegraph Owing to my duties In the clerk's .
I' was a minister myself I was'r required! some work to produce -I office it has been impossible for me Men at (Jc,eminent Expense! .. i
Superintendent J. S. Blitch of the much surprised when I heard ministers At the suggestion of the Telegraph: first by tho tax collector then to make anything like
of
a canvass
State Farm, has had a neat little folder !|[ reasoning with their I Floiida "oun-:;
congrega-: I offer some thoughts: concerning R'I in the printing office. Our linotype lhe county, and I am taking this method ) have an excepi e
printed in the Telegraph office I i!I lions about the duty of attending: pub. worthy celebration of our nation's operator had to touch the keys of hiM'1 1\1\ of saying. to nil that I will i lionel opportunity right\ now to enroll
appreciate
which gives the following undetailed i i lic worship regularly. I used to think i for the ,
: birthday. machine no less than 85,000;; ) times to your votes at the primary next Citizens'thilitimry Training!
\ information! about thIs noteworthy inatrution that if I were a preacher and! could I The Fourth of July is inherently I secure the characters, spaces and Tuesday. I I CIIIllI''hith will be held! at Camp Mc-

which stands probably alone I not make my sermons good enough i one of our greatest national holidays. blanks appearing the list. Then .I liavo been registration officer of ''Clellnn, Alulvima, July 27th to Aug.
i' iim..np others in the world: and attractive enough to induce peopleto 'lit' : ought always to be celebrated, anti :I I the matter passed 1 to the proofreader, the county for a number of yearn and 2l>th. An opportunity will not only
: : -,000()( acres in Florida/ State Farm. come to me in crowds, and because of But I who 1 be given for
it. military
i ,Jin a manner worthy we must carefully compare the proof 1 believe very few persons have been : training,: but for i
: '.,()M)0) acres fenced. they could not stop (away, I should> must with shame admit that often, it I with the copy furnished by the tax j deprived of their. pn\'ilege of voting i sports and I nil forms of recreatlop, t
1 ,000( acres in cultivation. shrink from the humiliation of implicitly : is not so celebrated. Why not Starkedo collector. Ho found thirty (30)) errors I hy errors in tho books. 1 have striven -j' which will l"e emphasized more than
: :!OO head Jersey Polled Angus/ confusing my inefficiency by imploring herself credit this year by providing only, and some of these were due to I hard to prevent such errors, and lever before. (Camp McClollan( offers
Li.idc 1 I and native cattle. them to come. That was proof' I :a celebration both popular and the i idiosyncracies of the machine, beyond if I am ro-eleeted I expect to keep uptime an exceptional opportunity( for both
)jot) head/ Poland China and gradeline's. of my folly and ignorance.( As if reverently patriotic ? the operator's' control. 'I record of careful and l efficient ser- training und recreation since, among 1 1I

Christian people were to meet together I c;1\'" the young people of our community This proved great accuracy on thuoperator'lII vice. On this basis' I respectfully so- I I other things, It has a tine\ lake in the f" I

,00() laying,: hens, White Leghorns, principally to listen to a sermon.! I a large part in it through: rc- part, but was nothing im11ml licit your support.Yours center of the camp. ..
|"h,,de Island Keels, Barred Plymouth To invite people to church, and to I citation and I I Young who '
attend ourselves j songs. Also let them comI1 I for this office. Wonder in what I very truly, men uttended! Camp ..._ 1
Koeks.. simply to hear a man i pete for three moderate prizes offered other lines of endeavor such accuracy C. A. KNIGHT, Jackson at Columbia, South Carolina,
.Ti head, of mules and horses. preach is to miss the entire purposeof by the Chamber of Commerce individual be in I last summer
or can seen as most pvinting clii'I'he Candidate for County Registration were greatly ''Iwliltl'd 1
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'. t2 average daily prison popula'i. assembling in the house of God.Ve for the best essays on "How ces ? Officer. Paid Pol. Adv. physically and! wonderful indursenienU !,
come I t ,'
/ t .' than together for no other purpose I j to Make the Fourth of July Mean[ advent of the tax list i 1M dreaded I have come l.olli. from men and
Jl,:31 cents average cost per day per III to worship God and the sermon | What it Ought\ to Mean to Us of Today by the printers and is termed the Two games of bnnvnall--Thuisdny '|' their pit rent's. Prof. W. S. Cnwlhcn,
',' .iti- for food and tobacco. Most a part of the "spiritual' exercise. i ," the winning essay to be read as "A. A." (annual agony). It is so easy" and Friday I at Duncan Field Come. state high school inspector, mincing .'\ t

,"!ir>.OOO collected and forwarded to I I'p of Starke earnestly do we cull the people I I a part of the program. Then let there to got: things' "balled up," and in such I I others, endorse' the work II nil I his son j : K
.!. treasurer from all sources. to the places of public i be two addresses, one emphasizing a case the printer is in about the same I HAMPTON; has not only aicain completed all t tho ; /J ,rrt
worship the
on Lord's
!' ,000 bushels of corn houRed. ally and Day. Individu- ,| the true secret of our country's greatness fix as the nmn who is mired in quick- I I nwessary i-ciiuircments, for admission i ,
:, I ,OOO hales of hiiy put up. We collectively will be better we need such exercise. the other pointing out the serious ""IIIItheI1ort' he trips to get out, i I j I Hampton June 2.-:Mian MsulgeMiddleton to .the ramp t his summer' but ho has .
off in
1,000 bushels sweet potatoes made. way for it. every dangers now threatening our the deeper! he sinks.! The linotyper of Starke is I the /guest of recruited a Mquiiii, to take biuk with '. I'
fO.OOO pounds ham and bacon cur8Ign1lon country from within. Of course races and proof reader are not he only ones I Miss Ethel. Hunt this week. i', him. '
,! Our Bible school begins ot 9:4: : a. and games may also! be arranged for, who have troubles, the make-up man, I I Mrs.i W.' Alexander" entertained, a Young men' wlu go to camp will not ;r, .j
m., with competent teachers for all if desired. If a free public noon meal Who I the I in any way obligate\ themselves to '
)H ; / barrels syrup made. Inhiyts type matter rn the) number of our young\ ,people! at, her join ;:.
I ISO-ton silos filled. ages who attend. Morning worshipat I could be given, so much the better. In form, m\st see that the two or more : homo Ihursday evening.! Interesting I tho organi/.ed reserve or the National >, .
'16)< prisoners handled from Jails. 11 ::00, when the pastor will speakon i connection with that meal it vnmI 7 ] be pieces composing each line, truly join I 1(11111'1''r: ,. \played and snndwkhcs Guard: although I I / (till! purposo of tilt. j:

.:!6 prisoners delivered to state road "Living Epistle! Evening service I well to have a short address urging each other, so\ that a piece docs! not were served nt Out ,'olclll"I,,,". Those I'; work, is to frnin men to become reserve "I
rli "artment. at 8:00.: 1 h'. Bullcn will have mutual confidence of the country people become u part of another description; I present were Itetilnh! Corlno and olllcers\ in t brett Hummers (red, ,
escapes, and short only two men for his sermon topic "Is It Right That and the town people towards each and if tins should happen, not one, Elizabeth: I Wheeler Knima: Johnson( ', white nnil then blue camp). Any ft'
it end of year. One Should flie for ,Another This 01 her. hut ninny .description! would become! !May, Evalyn: am nl Marion Jones'' Julia young man from, 17 to 2T: is eligible
died. Is an interesting topic, in view of the The Chamber of Commerce might erroneous ami, cause no end of trouble ami Maggie Maxwell, Wilina Alexander 'I I for t tho red, camp.' No previous experience j"i'. i
Industries arrival of the remains of a brave well take the lead in arranging the to the tAx collector. I III and Maririu I Honser. !Messrs. f'bm.l is nec-CHSiiry. ':

airy, poultry plant apiary,' saw American from far-away Russia. program, the lenders of the various I butter, I Fred I Dove nnd Cyril: ManireJMr. ;; ; : \ Camps fur tho Fourth, Corp.rt'" $I:
iv -I 1. and cold Your neighbors and friends might Sunday schools, the W. C. T. U., \V .I'Olt CONSTABLE: | Th / this will bit held
ice storage plant, power and M rim. \.. I P. \llirt, of LouiseI camps mummer
like to attend with Ask them. an's Club m-I I;'.
you. etc., assisting in I
every
ii int, carpenter and wheelwright shop! were I tho guests of Misses! Margy/ and, at: 1
h' .''ksmith shop, shoe shop, grits andi :'>i"\\- mnm: pos ible. Let all"the good 1 citizens To the Bradford County Telegraph: Ada\ Niiiinio Sunday. | I"UIIIP Mi-ricllaii, Ala., July 27 to '
i mill cooperage shop. ready to "boost. Please allow me to say a few words, I August i! ith, for infantry, cavalry, artillcry ,
Miss
KRNEST Natalie I !i \lsi,rc I tam mmy, who has
tie Florida State Farm maintainq THORNQUKST.LAKE thanking( .. ladies and gentlemen at I and .
II III. New \ lii-eii the | engineers.I ;JI
River, June 2.-:Mrs. Orrie guestl: I of her aunt Mr!<. WJ'lit.
I-nital. and tubercular ward, caring Hood the coming primary election to be held' I 1. Grim of I Fort Itnranctis! Fla., July 27th to
and children left Saturday togo : ntlTLEK Webster, returned to her [
all tuberculars, sick, afflicted, halt to their home in Mulberry, after on June 0, 11)2,1Vlwn: you go to cant home here this wttk.A. {' August 201h. I". maimed and blind with vote must have good clear I I 1\\ PlY Florida: .. Should l Cu i I to Cnm
'. .ne, together spending several weeks hero guests of your you a 'I A. 1\11'1 Donald: who! has been (looking i! |> '
; i women, of the entire state prison relatives and friends.A. Lake Butler, June 2.-T. J. Townsend conscience) and will think of me and. after navnl stores interests in I Florida Rhllul.IIIIIV'. a larger repreIsentation ;' 4
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p pulation.! has> returned from a visit to Salt sea if my record is not clear nnd saywe south at ciimp this year beciiusi)
Florida
O. Conner, of Hastings, was here I has been visiting his
t: Entire state prison population consists I Sunday. Springs. know that Jacob J. Johns is a candidate -J family here. i last, year WP hail only (II men com purI 4
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of, approximately: A party was /given at the home of Little James Dcklc, son of !SIr and for re-election for constable of j The Baptist church will soon bo In I'leil with 2 I II I from (;"''>I'glt. Since, in )
"., State; ROAd Department Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Turner Friday! Mrs. Andrew Dckle, U ill at. their jnsticn districts No. 2 and 3 and ho 1 shape to use again, after being repair-1 I Inn emergency young. men of the agefl ;.;
SVhite mules ___.____ __ __________ 350 evening.,: home with typhoid fever. has got the experience and knows howto I. ed and rcpnpered. |j jj eligible! for camp/ would' ho railed I a. .'jI
/ ',: ( bred males __u. __________. C30: William Richardson and Henry The summer school is progressing ( rent the prnple U mal lie needs the j George: .I1'. Young, of I/awley was to servicu, we sire anxious to haveFlnritli ,,
-1: State Farm Stone of Sanderson, attended tho party nicely under the management of C. C. job and 1 all that you lot I runt I to his looking after business' here. Tuesday j, men as well prepared physl- ,j I II

',' W hitc females __ __ __.____:.-- Fif '. Friday night.M. Garris and twenty-five pupils. are en- hands will I I be safely done. I Don't) fail Supt. If. II. Wiggins\ \ of Starke wan I 'ully and mentally for service as tho I
',olored females _.. ____u_____ 58 Tomlinson and daughter, Lulu, rolled. to ask Sheriff Epperson; and Chief Si attending to I business hero this week. (men from other .ntiites. Our boys must I l'l'I ,
White males __ __ .______u_ 130 of Johnstown, were hero Thursday on Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Crews returnedto las Kite if I don't help,, them in every E. V. Priest, of Green Cove, is a I jhe ready or be al. "a great disadvantage. ,r .i..
.,' I ,lonHl males .__ __n______ 270 business.Dr. their home in Jacksonville Satur- WilY I can and! see if it isn't, my full business visitor here. | compared ti> other l"UtlWI'11tatcs: \
Florida is tho only state in tho Un- King of Lake Duller, was a day after a week's visit with their duty to help may brother officers to uphold I Mrs. Flossie Rigdon of Starke, was'i whose men nttead these camps. This
which has one central institution professional caller here last week. grandfather, Jesse Johnson. the laws of my country und to tilt! week-end guest of Mrs. B. Johns, 1! IItlttmUllt have tier full quota of
which all state prisoners are sent Russell Reddish and Charlie Alva- Mr. And Mrs. E. R. Poppell returned bring all criminals to the liar of jus Mrs. 1'. M. Geiger and/ son, of The-j| trained men. Attendance at three of .4 .
d I there graded as to physical con- rez, of Ileilbronn, wor" here Satur- to their home in Starke Friday! after tice. I understand that !Mr. A. L. Alvarez I r'IIM. were shopping hero Saturdaylast. those summer cnmps is Intundod to '
,I .iii and assigned work accordingly. day afternoon.A pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. my opponent' has made this i I qualify 'the candidate, If he tlijfifrai,

4 For handling the Florida State I carload of tomatoes was shipped l II. Tomlinson. statement. Please satisfy your own 11Jom', \ of Waldo visit I here for reserve or National /guard cons'I
;' !t'"nrm there are nine names on payroll from here one day last week and sold .1. J. Colson and Mr. Welch, of New self ami see where we stand und how, this wer-k. mission. however! remember, no man
t ncluding superintendent: and physt.Ian. for $1700. River, were visitors. to town Saturday. and ,,,1lIISOliVli/ me a fair and square' I MisH Florence Hall, of Theresxn! ,| will be niqulreil to Join tho national,

: ,' I Mrs.\ Everett Clark and daughterleft : W. II. Similar, of Providence, was deal and if I am the right candidate I was shopping here Friday.< | guard! or tho organized reserves just' .
looking after business in town Mon for eonstublu vote for and if lioeauno went to one' of '
Tuesday morning to visit her mo not Mrs. A. A. Durilen and daughtor, ho. theM r
9 i. t 3> 3> ", + "'i> |* '' !> -?> '$> brother near Lake Butler. day vote for the other man I want to I Hilda, mire spending! this woek with i iMrs. camps.
John Colson, of Pino Hill, was a thank the for the for AtliniMxtonSince .
voters large Vole' Aiiliciitiin| |
I II. T. Parnell was a visitor to Lake Durdeti's) grandmother: Mrs. H.I .
Today is tho day you must vote *, Dutler Saturday. visitor here Monday.Mr. that they gave me last election and If I II. Geiger, of Howling Green. <| only a limited number of boys )t
for or against the $30,000: bond '. Sheriff Brannen, of Lake Butler, and! :Mrs. Flcm Morrison, of I uni re-elected I will discharge the j I !Mrs. W. H. June' Mrs. W. E.: Middleton will(\\ bo/ admitted, to cam;), each npplU\ I ,
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issue for a new light: and water '* was here on business Saturday. I I Adel, Ga., are the guests of Mr. anti duties faithfully, regardless. of friends and! Mm Huzel Middlelon, of cant should I xeiid to the addrcsa below '
plant. No official will guarantee: Services at Long: Bridge were wall Mrs J. W. Townsend this week.J. or enemies. I am as ever your hum- Sturke, visited lit thrt horns of P. II. ''for II nt'ili'o i :n application, blank! '<* .4
;' a decrease in rates; an increase attended Sunday.Mr. E. Maine! Jr., and Hugh/ Register ble servant Hunt Friday. i i once. This HliouM, be filled. out and ;

@J in taxes is a certainty if the and Mrs. J. L. Johns were attending have returned home from Gainesville Pd. poIHical adv. J. J. JOHNS. Mr. and !Mrs. E. C. Williams had 1"* returned, Immediately with tho und rHtandmg .
,$> the where they have been attending the --- '--- their that after notification of ten-
election proves favorable to to business in Lake Duller guests Sunday hill brotherVil-
bond issue. VOTER. *> Saturday. university. KKOM 1 ti 1If. IIAXKN: lie Williams, and family, of Lake But- |'I tatlve acceptance, they will receive

p 4. 'V.1Holges( and nephew, Brow- Misses Gladys and Adel Herndon, smallpox vaccination" nnd paratyphoid '
.1> ", . . .i> ard Johns, were business visitors to I Gordon Herndon and John Hcrnie attended An: I am in the race for re-election ler.A.. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was transacting I inoculation,, interim entering camp, at ;
Starke Saturday. I the party given at the home of to tho office of school commissioner business here Tuesday.Death I his own expvnsu.. In most communities .
SAMPSON CITY David Shaw, of LaCrosse, was attending Mrs. B. L. Duke, of Five Mile. for district No. 8!, Bradford county, I of !Mr. Eli Hicks '' local physicians: will bo glad! t'd. <
,' to business! here Saturday. Sidney Padgett has returned from would like to say to the Democratic The people of Hampton. were made I., this work if ('hfl, men, will request
,Sampson City Juno 2.-Rev. D. John Dckle, of Lake Butler, was DeFuniak Springs, after closing a'' voters, school patrons and taxpayers very sad Sunday afternoon when it I it und pay for the medicine.
Crews filled his regular appointmenthere I here Saturday. successful term of school. that I will appreciate an expressionof '' was. learned that God saw fit to take I 1'JIpenllt'H;
Sunday. George Spires, of Midway, was their confidence at the polls on Mr. Eli Hicks from" our midHt. I To camp-(a ) Government will a
Messrs. W. J. Roberson, T. V. Williams BRADFORD I /greeting friends in town Monday. June 6th. I have endeavored to be I Mr. Hick.. was horn December fl, furnish trnnspurtution, and will reimburse .
E. D. Jones and W. II. Smith Little Viola Davis visited friends in conservative and straightforward in 1840. He was married to Miss\. Ferby for mcalu, upon arrival at camp
motored to Rtarke Saturday.J. Bradford, June 2.-Mr. and Mrs. ..1.V. Jacksonville last week.D. administering tho duties involved andIf Hall\ in 1807, who preceded him to tho at rate of not to exceed, $:|.OO per day,
N. Thomas was a visitor to Hampton Edwards visited friends in the New W. Borum and daughter, Mary, re-elected I shall continue to work /great beyond five years.. lid was the upon presentation, \ of proper receipts
Wednesday.L. River section Thursday. are visiting friends at Salt Springs for the retirement of our school Indebtedness father of eleven children, eight of or
L. Johns spent Saturday in Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Newsom, of this week. and the promotion of our whom survive him, namely, Mrs. Nor- (b) Candidate may pay hm. own
Brooker. Jacksonville are visiting the latter's Mesdames Susie Townsend, Iva public schools throughout the county. wood and Mrs. J. G. Sparkman, of way to camp, and be reimbursed. at b 4j
Miss Viola Starling, of Graham at- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu, Sprinkle and Ron, Henry, returned Hoping that I may be allowed the Plant City, Mrs. J. W. Ilcdenbuugh, \ '''I rate of iiI c per mill. by the shortest usually .
tended church here Sunday. this week. from a week's visit in Salt Springs. privilege of continuing for another and Miss. Emma Hicks, of Hampton, travelled route. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Thomas were Williard Roberson, of Sanford, is Miss Ruby Phillips. returned to her term the same system of service we A. C. Hcks( Rohert Hicks and Joshua To home-Applicant will be paid! At L
visitors to the county seat Wednes spending a few days here with rela home at Elko, Ga., after an eight have been guided by for the past year Hicks of Hampton, and W. A. rate of 5c per mile! by shortest usual
day. months stay with her aunt, Mrs. D. and six months, I Hicks, of Plant City. He united with ly travelled, route, before leaving the
Aubrey Sloan spent the week-end at tives.Misses Georgia and Virginia Ed- W. Borum. A. A. HAZEN. I the Missionary, Baptist church In 1KK2 camp. /
Fairfield visiting his uncle and aunt, wards attended the unveiling cere- J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to was a faithful member and served! as Tho government will provide uniform .
Mr. and !Mrs. W. II. Sloan. mony at Elzey chapel Sunday after- town Saturday.Mrs. attended the party at the home of Mr. '' deacon anti treasurer for about 30 meal, equipment' ammunition,
Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dyal. of Gra- Dock Crews of New River, was and Mrs. B. L. Duke, of Five Mile, years. I etc., the candidate, to furnish underwear .

barn, spent Sunday here with her parent noon.Mrs.. M. D. Harrell is spending a shopping in town Saturday. Friday night. He was a good citizen\: a kind husband -'' and personal toilet articles.
*, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown. few days at the home of :Mr. and Mrs.J. 1\rI. Joe Dowlinif and son, Joe, Jr., Math Dukes, of Five Mile, walt at- and a fond and loving father. lie Remember, men who would! like togo
Messrs. Fred L. Deaver, W. I. Deaver V. Edwards* of New River, were business. visitors tending to business in town Saturday. Is greatly missed in our community. to camp will have the best opportunity .
and T. V. Williams were visitors to p. A. Williams and S. L. Crews of here Saturday. Beside the children mentioned he also if they apply now. Write today -
Starke Friday. Lake Butler, spent Sunday at the Miss Mary Page of Glasgow, Ky., Mrs. P. P. Dekle and children, Norma leaven a number of grandchildren and for information and an application .
Mrs. Carl McKinney attended service home of J. V. Edwards. is the guest of her sister, Mrs. De- and Julian, and Miss Lucille a wida circle of friends to mourn his /.lank., AddroMII.
here Sunday.Mr. Quite a crowd of our folks enjoyeda l Witt T. McGin, this week. Varnes, of Five :Mile, visited>> Sev. S. oMl4. C. Riley vice president, C. :M. T.
and Mrs. A. V. Varnes, of fish fry at the river Wednesday.Mrs. Mr. Feinberg returned Friday froma S. Proctor Tuesday. The funeral services were conducted C. A., General Extension: Division,
Starke, spent Sunday here with rela- Mozell Harrell spent a few trip to Salt Springs. :Messrs. Dewey Duke and Wesley at tho home by Rev. M. B. Hicks University of Florida, Gainesville f
tives. days of last week with relatives in Mrs. W. II. Lee and sons, Ernest Williams, of Five Mile, motored to of Waldo. He was laid to rest beaMus\ Florida.

Ellison Kelly of Rosier spent! a few Kaiford. and Paul, of Melrose, spent the week. town Monday.Mrs. I his wife, in Santa Fe cemetery, west
days here last week visiting his Miss Georgia Edwards left Tuesday end here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W F. L. Drawdy and son, Ardell, of Hampton. Rev. M. L. Smith and wife motoredto
daughter, :Mrs. Willie Edmondson. fur a few weeks visit with relatives in H. Lee Jr.Tommy were business visitors to town Tues! Lawtey Sunday, where Rov. Smith
Ray Goodge was a visitor to the south Florida. Dukes, of Five Mile, was a day.T.. The biggest tomato deal in Marion[ preached !In the Methodist church. Rev
county seat Saturday and Sunday. business visitor to town Monday. D. Proctor visited his sister, Mrs county's !history Is on. The hotels of Belt, of Lawtey, occupied the pulpit
. Miss Annie Varnes Is visiting rela- Baseball Thursday and Friday, Pa. Misses Thelma and Maude Blair, J'. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, Saturdayand Ocala are crowded with buyers and here and while In town was the guest
; tives here this week. latka vs Starke. Duncan Field. Messrs. Chancey and Seeber Thomas Sunday. railroad solicitors.. of Mr. and Mr. 3, W. White.
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------- -- --- -- of the 1 claimed the state and did not carr\ ..
v: Washington, D. C., to assist them in of times. At the beginning '
then his Claims .
their 1 Park Trammell I war many patriotic citizens differed county Now as w.i

*******.****.....*....**.+.*...+*****. NNNNNNM N............ : marketing.FlaglerThis____ I as between the volunteer system and not come true..:- Paid political adv

.1"------1 week I distributed a''I' the draft plan.Trammell's i

' With The Bradford carload of cowpea seed among our II' I, opponent will no doubt I
I! farmers. I keep up his knocks and unfair methods I -

P. ,, until thejolls are closed, but the The Average Way.
such tac- Cue trouble with the country Is the
County Farmers DcSoto-The growing of strawbi'i voters will not be misled by
way so many of our young men feel
rice is becoming a live subject among j tics. that there's no chance to get to tho

.............. .. .. ...... .... -I It our :farmers. For that reason I um Reports from all parts of the state top In this era of combination consolidation
'I I .. ..... .......... ***** *** ****** .N** **** '
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be
i ***** ***** devoting much of my time to a surv"ev indicate that Trammell\ will re- and! big business and goon-

t _._ 1)I of those soils best adapted to strllw-I elected by a very large majority.Six teotcdly settle down to do us little
berry growing. Trammell's opponent work us poHHllili1.-Ohio State Journal
HOW TO RAISE COl'TON; : WITH II I ners and patches I years ago .

DOLL WEEVILS 1 Santa Rosa-Assisted by specialistsof I'I'I' -
,. THE HOME GARDEN IN: !SUMMERThe the State University, I have given ; p-'vS'
1. Prepare your land in October by a number of citrus schools throughout e9

blowing it up with dynamite. idea prevails thut summer vegetables the county this week, I, I
it off In rows 12 feet apart
2. Lay
a cannot be grown in Florida -
,
"' I', and plant your cotton It may be true that less varieties can Taylor-Vast areas are being set to
J 3. When. cotton comes up thin it be grown In summer than in winter, sweet potatoes now. Our cotton cropIs

t f, to one stalk in a hill 23 feet apart. but just the same there are a numberof in fine condition and there is no
:w;,;; 4. Spray each stalk twice a day' vegetables that can be successfullygrown sign of the boll weevil. I

( with Hoyl's cologne in the home garden. throughout -
IiM I : 5. Cover your cotton with mosquito I summer. Dudti--Our dairymen, poultrymen

j ': netting when it is two weeks old. In emphasizing the point that Floridians rabbit breeders and fruit growers are
: this netting to be I stretched l over poultry should have fresh home-grown/ organized in their several associa-! FOR UNITED STATES SENATORA

..,1 wire. I I vegetables on_ their_ ____ table every day In.'. Jons. | SECOND TERM:
r ; 0. Spread tanglefoot between all the year, Prof. W. L. Floyd horticul- I ____ i 1(

cotton rows and replace every day. turist of the Florida College of Agriculture Orange-Spent the week in Park Trammell will work for lower ,,
7. Dust the following mixture on names several that are par- Inlt' with citrus schools in allKist-1 freight rates; Smith-Towncr educational <
!
,: your cotton twice n day: Epsom salts ticularly adapted to summer conditions Coast counties. bill; railroad mileage books othI; j I J.w8
calomel cream of wheat und white of lease Muscle Shoals to Ford; und '
,
an egg. He states that New Zealand spinach Alachua-Visited 48 farmers this er good measures. i i s
! 8. Have two hired hands for every stands! summer hent well and that week Riving them Instructions In lie will work against the vicious '.

acre in cultivation, furnish them with tender tips and leaven of it-may be stock judging, spraying organization, anti-Iynching bill; high tariff on pot'IIMh i } 'G
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i barber's tweezers: to BcTum-d; in pinching gathered every few days, as new ones fertilization health of farm ; other bad measures. ,i ?sae 4) j

,;' r" heads off all weevils put ont quickly. It makes very satisfactory seedbeds, sweet potatoes animuIS'1 He is against the return. of the saloon j, )

0. Mortgage your Turin and buy <,greens.. work. Traveled 327 miles in doing in any form, is also against the
nitrate of soda and I spread plentifully Cowpens, especially tho California this. I so-tnllcd "Sanity League" instigated I 7/

around l roots of cotton. black-eye and the Yellow sugar crow- by the American Brewers (operating ,
'I 10. If any of bolls become punctured der are very nutritious and grow well. Liberty-Our ;':;outlook is better I at Jacksonville), its main object beingto ': It's aDOUBLE

vulcanize at once. Any good Mustard may be planted repeatedlygrows than It has been for years. work to elect men to the Senate treat
.
.. automobile man can do it. I -/ quickly and is goodwhen and House who are against prohibi-'! 'v I -PeppermintiW

> 11. Have all cotton picked, ginned young and tender, though it soon becomes Lee-Visited three East Coast coun- tion. ( \ \ Jacket over Peppermmt -

and sold I by March IS/ so you can raise tough. ties'this week to assist in It'lvingIn. Freight; rates increased sixty seven rw S 4', : gum

I peas, corn, potatoes. etc, Okra, if cultivated and has its pods struction in special. citrus schools held! percent in Florida is one of the disastrous j
12. Pay your preacher, trade for cut two or three times a week, will! there by specialists from the State results of the railroad bill that
f cash and! live happily ever after. continue to bear throughout summer University. -Trammell fought nnd voted against. I

Carroll Times. and will produce large quantities of Trnmmell wanted the railroads returned -

fruit. Okalonsa-One carload of snaps' to owners but not by a law that for5c4c
a CHIPS: Eggplants/ pepper and <.'collards if beans and five of cucumbers constituting allowed the outrageous/ increase in I 10

,started'< In spring! and /given .proper the first'shipment of truck ev- freight rates. Trammell's opponentasks
Healthy children, rightly: fed, don't cultivation and fertilization, will con- er made from this county, moved this the voters to punish him because Sugar jacket just i

i '; easily catch colds and contagious dis- tinue to bear throughout the summer week. he fought this bill. This charge I 'melts in your mouth,"

eases months ngajnnt; Trammell has just as much then you get the delectable
Small climbing lima beans FLORIDA WILL LEAD IN: DAIRYING
espe merit us any other charge his opponent i
,
,, A good! feed for u dairy cow is nutritious gum center.
dully the known .
variety as the FlorIda has made against him. i iI
t palatable] succulent and easily butterbean docs well if plant | And with Wrijjley's three old
i iVith three billion dollars adjuste.11comllensation i
digestible not later than !May. Pole beans such The average Florida dairy cow gives I already paid to railroads standbys also affording friendly

'a as the Kentucky wonder, are also good less than one gallon of milk a day the Trammell will aid to teeth, throaf, breath, ap
and
*' The cattle business will never be when around if careful estimates contractors and digestion. ,
started not later than May. year are petite 1
i' not turn his back on the heroes who
profitable\ as long as cattle and ticks -
creditable. Then, the natural
surmise
ly ruined saved the Republic at the battle front. Soothing, thirst-quenchin
together.
are REMEDY TO KEEP HOUSE FLIES Is that Florida is a long ways I '
r His mind l is open to a fair and just Making the next cigar e, rLa
OFF from being the great dairy state I
FARM ANIMALSIt : so better.
He has taste
h Running water Is no more import- consideration of their cause.
many say she is destined to be. (
Ant in the barn than it is in the home. I "Not not pledged himself to any pending i
mhy be impossible for the necessarily: says Prof. J. M.
man
I Give the wife a square deal. I measure on this subject and the state- |,
who has droves of cattle on the rangeto Scott, of the Florida Experiment Station. -
mont made to the contrary by his op-
< apply a remedy to keep the flies "The average milk yields of a ponent is absolutely untrue. j I
Improved from drawing their blood and vitality, state that has never made the production '
pure essential The insidious effort of Trammell'sopponent I
but of milk betaken
that Is not impossible for the man a business cannot
to an improvement.Paint to make it that he I
with a few cattle on the farm especially as an index as to what that appear
state cannot do." was not friendly to President Wilson :
dairy cattle. can or cmQ ,
not the looks of .
improves
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only
because ha voted as his own judgment
There about three things
Many fly-control are essential I'
the fence the it also preparations are
or burn; makes I''I
to successful dictated is in keeping with his many 4Y; e, I Ia
tho dairying, accordingto
them last longer.A ; on market some of which lire flood ;
and some of which are worthless. In authorities. Those things are: C1Kmute other unfair attempts to prejudice the }

good rule for conversation-Never order to bo safe use any ono of the) ; an abundance of /good nutritious voters against Trammell who was always Syr d ; tsJ y
; say anything that anyone might three following formulas which are easily digested palatable, suc- friendly toward Wilson and voted -
wish unsaid. recommended by Prof. J. R. Watson culent feed; and a good l cow. in harmony with his views dozens

I entomologist; of the Florida Experiment \\'' have the climate. a climate__ unu _.. ---

"I left the farm to come to town" Station: excelled.: No one can dispute that .--.....___ 1I1r.c.""N'. ...-.--- -- --
Mt Said young Eb'nezer Howe, No. 1: claim. _.

"OE'<'nu"e the calf dad gave to me Laundry Soap --------------I pound There is no reason why Florida can- '
Always became his. cow." Water -----------4 gallons not produce an abundance of all the What Your Tractor Will Do!

Crude petroleum __ ________1 gallon feed necessary to maintain enoughcows
Do not go Into the dairy business Powdered nnpthalinc ______-4 ounces to produce four times the milk f
until you have assurances of an abundant No. 2: consumed within the state. The best

of feed. This means grass forage ]Fish oil -------___________100 parts of pasture' grasses will grow the year

and grain. Do not ,1"lwnlll.'ntirl! Oil of tar ------____________50 parts aYound. Then we can grow for soiling
]ly upon the commercial sack as your Crude carbolic acid ----------1 part crops, Napier, Sudan Merker, Johnson 1"t'f

source of fel'd.Mr"Farm..r. No. 3: Para grasses and 80rlt'hllnan ',
Laurel oil -----------1 part cowpens' and many other crop For ,II,

now is the time to remember Linseed oil ______ --________10 parts silage we have corn, sorghum Japanese I.'1"I.'
that hundwdt of tons of hay Ono may buy the ingredients. and cane sweet potatoes. 1
are imported into Florida every year.! prepare the solution himself and save AH we need then are the cows. II ""

It is now time to plant for the fall I considerable money thereby. All must And wo are getting them. Less than ".<

crop). Make use! of all the Idle cor- ]lie thoroughly emulaltled.by\ running/ a year ago Florida's first sale of pure-
through a spray! pump nfter which bred dairy calves was held. One man -q b

e TO THOSE IT MAY CONCERN: 'I they are ready to be sprayed! onto the in Leon county has purchased more itI I
animals. Any of thorn, if properly than $10,000 worth of pure bred Jerseys ( .

The law in regard to tho paymentof prepared and applied should keep /I within the last twelve. months,
sales and miscellaneous taxes is I cow or horse free of flies for at least one of the females of that lot costing

e' that returns and remittances must be a day. >, over a thousand dollars. A numberof

made no as to reach tho office of the forward looking men are making ,
h" Collector of Internal Revenue, Jacksonville COUNTY AGENTS' n";I'lJns) the breeding and raising of purebred 1 r \

Fin." on or before the last dairy cattle a business. We'll have
St. Johns As the cows, all right. And that is the o t
a day of the month following that for; a result of the Irish
which the tax was collected. potato contest we held this week! two third essential. 0

Heretofore, however, returns and remittances boys won scholarships to attend the
club short! course at the of _
mailed on the last day of university o o
y the month have been accepted'; by the Florida. Greeks Made Use of Tin.
collector and! not construed delinquent The Greeks in the Homeric time
as -
I even though same were not resolved l\Ianlltee-Visih' 18 farmers this were familiar with tho metal tin. Copper Break your land, Harrow and seed your land Reap
I week. Rust mites are bad in almost tin and gold were used) l.y lle- ,
4 him until the next The
by day.
department has called attention to the all\ groves except where spraying habeen pbai>stus la welding the famous shield and thresh your grain, Grind your corn, Cut feed for
of Achillas. of tin
done. Twenty layers were .
",' fact that such returns are considered! In the culms", Agamemnon.. No al- your stock, Pump your water, Saw your wood Cut .
delinquent and must not be accepted (OHlon to tau Is found In the "O J as having been paid on time. \Valton-Our farmers have saved ." our lumber, Haul your produce and furnish
119,000 by the power
co-operative purchasing -
11 As the tax for which these! returns .
t of fertilizers and fruit around the farm.
I and remittances are made was collected trees this enerally ,
J on or before the last day of the season. Have just made their last order Optimistic Thought. ;

) 1 ,, month, the person sending same to the for fertilizer for the season. It costs. moro to revenge Injuries
!khan I It r ''o.>-i to bear tuem.
( collector has had ample time in which'

f>f', to make the necessary reports and remit carloads Hamilton-Our of cucumbers farmers co-operativel shipped! ;I 3 A TONICOrove' Why don't you quit the drudgery aroundthe
the amount due before the end of
this week, and all are delighted with! farm ? Get Fordson
the following month and in order to Tasteless chili Tonic restores a from us it is
n avoid penalties for delay in future all results. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and able and
persons required to make such returns Enriching the Blood. When you feel Ita ready, willing to do your hard
must get them to the collector in suf. Volusia-Fanners are preparing to atrellg'henlnll.lnvlgoradng effect' see how work.
ship their watermelons and sweet corn It brings color to the cheeks and howIt
ficient time to prevent any question
arising as to delinquency. co-operatively. Growers are dustingto Improves the appetite, you VIla tben
control disease and insects on watermelons appreciate Its true tonic value. t
a D. T. GE ROW.
and cantaloupes. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is
Ilml.lyIron
Collector of Internal Revenue.
s and Quinine suspended in syrup So J. W. ANDREWS JR.
r pleasant children like it. The bluod
Citrus.-Spt'nt most of the week In even ,
Ono "BROMO QUININE"
} Only Instructing. farmers in harvesting needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
b to set the. genuine,cult for full ..am.. I.ASA Enrich It. Destroys Malarial! germ .and FORD AND FORDSON DEALER,
+ riU BKOK1: QUI NUUI: Look lor.lnn.tut.otK. packing and shipping truck crops. At STARKE FLA.
W GHOVH. Cures. a Cold l In cue bay, atop their G<1p germs by lea Strengthening Invigor
swab and beada+ke.. cud w>'kod 'old. J5c request I have-, been lent to sting Effect. 'iOc.: I



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News of Florida in S/io. ''c : j ;'h ", ,,: r. u. II1" ," p .. 1 ,,1 ,

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loan***** u. -v .,' "' ,1 Pit\ i. U ell udl, .1\\ 1t I

: \\'. F..i t"relic \\ ..K IIanldl4tm< \' ino's ",l I.u"ill' Ri 'fume,' 1!

Live State News : cigarettes in Jacksonville Jfriday.Rex. i, An tibundnuce ,o. puelry has i !liven 't

I II '. I. M.! Brit preached lit thu written about tlowmt, yet we ou n nut '

MaalrrW nllrlalralYOlrrM.YfMr.MY..ue 1rMAY.ylwprrYMMrlleNrrtRWldSYrM'69.i Staiko :Methodist church Sunday, end rt'call a more apt exprossion about t

Told by Our Exchange*. Rev Smith, of Starke, preached at (the them than that Conan Doyle !pun In

I' Lawtey Methodist church Sunday the mouth of his "Sherlock: Holmes,"

-- WClQ.IIUII ummm morning when tho latter admired the beauty

biggest tomato deal in Marion to enforce the edict I r' and of "God
The I and all negroes Miss Wilma Blanchard was a visitor fragrance a flowed: cares

cotiiity'a history is on. The hotels otOlla' I found on the streets after that hour to Jacksonville Sunday. ,;i for us by giving. sustenance for our

'crowded with buyers and will be arrested. bodies but Hu shows His love f I
are !Miss Ella Mara, of Starke, visited by ffiv-,

railroad solicitors. I relatives in Lawtey, Tlursd.and Fri. Ing; UH flowers. In my opinion we have

J. S. Solomon drove to the Duval I day 'i i much to hope from the flowers All

C. D. Dowling, who was employedby county jail In his automobile to call Mr. and Mrs Jesse! Reddish left on will concur in this sentiment, and u 4 f

the Tidewater Cypress Co., wan I on a friend. Thirty minutes later he Saturday for Crystal River, whore when wo plant vegetable\ garden W1II<

struck by a falling tree Friday near was sending out an S. O. S. for Ms they will spend several days with should nave acme space for I

Floral City, receiving injuries which friends to call on him. \Vhlle ha was their daughter: Mrs\ Colon Miller. flowers.r

resulted in his death Saturday after. deputies\ Felix Long, of Srtirko was trans' I I There are no shadows on the sunny ,ai :

noon. '.4 acting busniess in Lnwtc-y Saturday. I I aids! of life except those wo malco our. t. .'

it what they said was liquor. They i Misses Vilna end! Louise. Blanchard selves .If

:Miss Grace Duncan, 18 year of age hurried and obtained 1 a warrant for A year :J.gotlmcst were visitors to Kmg ley lake Filday. i ,

was instantly killed and. her fatherwas his arrest. Clifton IJrown who has been attending COMM'HKIONBits': 8AI.KIIerhy
bolt of lightning not 11.'* ,IN .Mtvtrii Unit under nail, b, !
injured by a
Cijiiiiesvil'eris
school i.
) at spending
: unknown ri video of thitl slain il*>ciwc of imiMlon tttmlti>
during o storm Tuesday afternoon In A meeting amidst the keys off the his vacation with his parents Dr. and. ,.1..1 In the ircuit Court for tlraiilotti! nnnnt5. .
< Huriitii In c'miici-ry: alt liog. on the -j ,
a field
they had taken refuge' from the storm. nine miles out to sea and a boardingof Today a lender W. E. Torode was a visitor to the HH Draw.( .. foniiliunnnt lUtftMiihtntM. | ,,tlio sad uiuli uuiiltmL>... .. nod J.| I tt?..Utnwut ouiii \ "

the I seat Monday. intHHUMU'ra will user, and .wll In /runt of the .
auxiliary schooner Saramaek county
fnmt ttt' uf lltu couithouNo in "Stnrkv' e'lortdu t
The government will abandon Carl. by customs officers from the revenue i9, Miss Delia Blanchard was a visitorto I dufiiix the h'Knl I hotuv of AH\V\ tin Moniltiy. "-
I ho Htil day of July A l>. (VII, W the
strum aviation field at Arcadia a* cutter Arrow resulted Tuesday in the Staiko Friday hiuhtwt, and Itiwt bidder lor all In (mud auh ?4.
the cadet class now training of 0I Rev. Hnmmitt memorialsermon J J..c to dull Cllr'",,, mo i tuniiD from 1'.111A.. ;
soon as arrest four men and the seizure of preached a
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,
A verdict for ("ww and J. t' Draw her hunlmml 'uh. N
t has been graduated.\ The personnel 300 cased of assorted liquors. The I sweeping : QUALITY uy Grace church Sun.IIIY,11\ of 4HMiii 1 end l InliTcftt from 1.1 I. VII, .
and equipment will .be moved to someother boat was brought to Tampa and tied ing./ twii per et'tit our annum, raid iiturluuutt bvhix .
.
I ---- -. -- n. 1 Harris of J Cove rt-c,,i' point. Kniory Green
was .
her. ,
up pending legal disposition of air of lluI'ubll.. td'ior.lH. of Urinlf.ir.l Conn ,
I visitor to nwtey Thursday' \i>. I Inrltlu.: llufollowhiK diwcrilitftl, ''''''L..rtl.c..wIl ,

John T. Lanier, Jr., 2 years of age, : The two big engines for tho new at the bargain counter. I Friday. t'. R. Siipp of Starke, was transacting ''llmViHt Half of Hmithwwt Quurlvr of

died ht Arcadia General 'I business No,thw.L JimiUr. old. Noith llulf of Nnrth
of Orewsville, electrical plant at Wauc-huU In laivvtey Friday until
power i
_
__ Mr. and :Mrs. P. :M. Geiger and little w.iit t uftitor ttf uthuiiit Qinit Ur of S.c* !iJ
Hospital Tuesday from the effects< arrived the first of the week and although -I Saturday. non 211.( lowiiHhlp 11, 1 JMiuth of Jtiirwo\( 2J bunt: .j
I son, )Kail; I of \\ nMuinitod! her
O W. Crib of Inverness killed 1 .. .. j
i was miiiinliiitiir mni* morn or l h. also l.MmnlnM ; ".
suffered when he fell into Baldwin :M.irr of "
of burns I I Highland
unloaded was
near the power house when ho caught beneath his pal'l'ntt11': and Mrs. M. Hall, Fri- u itt the Nurllu'.t tonutrt. South J ,'
hot ashes where a pile of shingles hail it has taken all week to get them to was visitor' to Lnwtcy Sunday.Mr. iHtl tjiinttt: of: Nurtkea.t: Muni: tor of Sto \ a rtOrly r
tractor when it turned hack- torn lit, end mn Wtmt 1H4 tni thvnou Httuth
been burned near his parents' home.W. the site. When it is considered that I over d.iy.Mrs. and. Mrs. J. W. Harbor and children h. tI.'h lice .r lIu"lh".tlutrl.: .... or .
:I wards :Monday aftcrnoo'l. lie was engaged Joo Johns and little son, of N..rlhll"l'utrh'" 42a Mot w..t of 11..1101'
each engine weighed over sixteen ton vl itinhl'r hero visited! relatives in :Slacflenny! 1.11.,. U..IICU ownm11n, 11"1 burly 'leh' rL u. apoint
1 in hauling watermelons from Starke are parents
/
I 12U fort W..L lOr add II..U..II IJne.Ihvuru .
businessman last. week.
C. Black prominent it will be understood that it is no
the field' drawing the with the this week. I \ t.t: 1911) IM'l lu. "id 1:1.11.: ... 1..111"
of Tampa was found dead l lying! small job to move them. wagon Mr. and 1 Mrs It. R. There and, children 1 hur, N.h, I. the I..tnl .r 1..IIt".. or .
I trutk. It appears that owing( to the Mrs. S. II.) Woodiird and .son, Samuel tI1 hm 2/. 'I'uw".hl a. auuth Nana, as t;..., .
,
pool of blood below the second were visiting to Klngsley laky ...
; in a )
c minaunM' 14 salve IIIu. or 1 lane; oald siovadl.rribd .
of visited ilr. and Mrs '
being wheeled he Hampton
high ,
wagon it one 'tnnilii lyintf and l -
1"ln.
In the tJaunlyor
stnry window of his residence :Mon- The city commission of Lake: City Fi Idny.Loieiuo.
hud! passed the chain over tlv housings W. A. Jones Friday. Urnilfunl. and 8lalu: of Hi'liilil. .
daThe police expressed the conviction has changed the water rate of the Mllrr was a visitor to the O. ,\. KNIC lII'. ....
of the tractor mnkin". hi:.-> connection II. S. Roebuck visited! relatives near 'I'. ,1. l inIFFIN
that he accidentally fell from city effective May 1. Following is county peat Friday. I h.). L. Ultras; :: r
to the frame between the rear Gainesville Thursday. and Friday.
', the window during the night. the schedule now in effect Minimum Tho showers or the !past week have CAnundadunur.: y
I 10. M J01INH
and front axles instead l of coupling Miss Florence und Calvin Hall visited in
,charge $1.30 for 5,000) gallons, in hen : been: highly appreciated by the farmers t Snliuiu.r for Complninnnt. H-a-Ct-0-3)
to the drawbar beneath and attached relatives in Waldo Wednesday
Herbert. Chappell 21, of Putnam of .1,000 'gallons: its former rate; 25: in thin. vicinity
to the rear axle. This form of coupling ( and Thursday. '
N. (('., was drowned at Silver Springs/ cents per 1,000 from 5,000() to 10,001) .
naturally\ gave a )lifting force on Messrs. R. M. Kersey E. J. Delan-
Sunday afternoon. The young man i iJ: gallons, and 20 cents per 1,000 for allover !ri.onnusThe
the front of the tractor when tho attempt ger, W. T. Wallace and Arthur Bennett -
said to have in bathing too early 10,000
gone gallons was made to move the heavily were visitors to Hampton Wednesday 1886
after dinner and was seized with the Telegraph/ olllce received a di-c-
loaded wagon. Mr. Crilo applied Hit morning.
cramps in deep water. He drowned One of the biggest liquor raids in oration Mundiiy!; In the shape of u
power so strongly that it jerked the Kimui'l Holder motored to Melrose
i before assistance could be summon- Florida recently resulted( in the destruction largo bouquet' of dahlias; sent by \Mrs. z
.
tractor over backward so quickly ho Thursday.
1.<1i II by prohibition agents/ of a J. J. Sullen That this> handsome present -
had l time to
no escape James Humphrey business
i, 300-gallon/ still, 1,000() empty liquor was n Wan> duly appreciated goes with DAVIS'INSURANCE

(I' M. Emerson & Co. began crush bottles and the rapture of 00 gallons" -- visitor to Ktnrku Thursday.Johnnio out saying, and the kind donor has our ;

CharIeR Kersey and l Edford: McKcel, Williamson, of Lulu, was thanks. Those dahlias, tho '
ing rock at' their big plant south of of moonshine whiskey and several wuim wero
both of Atlanta were killed and, eight visiting friends here Sunday.. 1:1: ,
Brooksville Friday. This: firm has avery quarts of other liquors. The raid wan finest we have ever sera large, very

extensive deposit of flint rock made near the homo of \V. It. Watson other men injured in an automobile Eugene Heiberger of Lulu was double and collision\ shortly befoi dawn Thurs visiting friends, hero Sunday.Rev. I IIal.t iy.
J 1 and have erected a modern plant. For 1-i miles from Tampu. Watson was / maroon to cieumy wliito. They were
day on the highway between Jacksonville Jones, of Luke City preachedfour
,
concrete work and road building there arrested. of the fruit of the labors of Dr.i .
and l Pablo n"lIch.! Kersey and 1 interesting sermons at tho Ilaptist -
I nothing superior in the state.
Pulatka's curb market started, off Me Keel were in a car with three other church Saturday und Sunday. .olds ta
men bound to"the city from the bench Mr. and Mrs. K.: S. of Oc-oee STARKE
There l,.no dearth of aspirants for with splendJB'" slll'cessVedf1esdny Sibley LAXATIVE DKOMO QUININE TnhlotJ remove ihi
< when about dozen farmers Four employes of the Jacksonville arrived here Saturday for a visit with calm There 1 In> only cue -'mC) tluliilm'
political ofllces\ in Charlotte county. morning! a
terminal railroad and! E. W. aUnnnii on boil. Sea
relatives
; Twi-nty-eltsht citizens have expressed with fresh produce, eggs butter, milk company men GROVES -- luUlru/owmwluluutaloaitmtnnc,47a71PrJfalpw/J1 ,
another man were in the second II. I 10. Moorer transacting business
assembled Lemon car was! : -
affairs meats on
aside personal and smoked
a i willingness to lay
did brisk business for on their way to the beach. Tho Injured in 1'nlntka and Jacksonville Saturday SOUR STOMACH COFFINS & CASKETS i
and devote their time to the service street and a
I said when tho two drew t
of the people in some manner: forth several hours. !Many of the farmers cars returning home Sunday. And a Full Line of

next few years and qualified for sold out during the first halt hour and together the outbound car dimmed Its f/Jerteser.' Sapp/to tlAUTOMOBILEHE.VItSE

i ntC'Sts. e one producer made three trips in his lights and took the proper side of the riUAHAM; : OGESTION: -

road. but that the inbound car did not 1 '
truck tot get fresh supplies. :
use its dimmers.\ The Inbound machine Graham, June 2.-Jesse Ogden wan Always on hunt). Tlu bent strike -
F. Lowler of St.l
Mrs. ,
Maggie has been awarded $15,000!; ,Sheriff Bryan of Broward county, struck the other car, ripped the*'a business visitor to Ziff Mondiy.Mr. [ tbedforiTs! ClackDraughtRecommended at the .lowest. prices 8p.- jfin

truntine left side off of left and Mrs. Thoy Dyal and children lIiaLl'1
East Coast entire it, the road .4 tlviitloii. la tI"KrOih| or
from the St. Johns Electric held a Florida passenger
damages hour and l und turned, over, killing Kersey and. of Avon Park, arrived Monday by a Tennessee I .r.. U"ICI..t"r l Iinhlm:
Lauderdale! one
Mrs. Lawler is the widrw; train at Fort I'
Company. i and McKee! Instantly. Of the eight survivors n-id will spend u while with relative Grocer for Troubles Resulting
whileho deputies
of the late R. T. Lawler, who was five minutes
I The all were hurt but not seriously and friends. I DeWTIT C. JONES
found dead at Silt Run in contact searched the train for liquor. from Torpid
for the enough to bo removed to a hospital. Mrs Arthur Brown and son, Herbert I FLA
with live electric wire. The amount sheriff had a search warrant STAKKE. i ;
a I Three The accident occurred on a straight were visitors to Sampson !Mori- Liver. I I.
of road.
stretch
six suit day. .
arrested In a compartment, I ---
I = I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Shuw of Wau
---- II
o'clock Tuesday of in their possession seined I
.. ::hortly: after 10 cases liquor
chula, were visiting friends hero Monday East NashTll! Torn.- Thlency efnot 'ASPIRINName
Broward Mrs. W. S. mother of six
Stephens
1: morning the Standard Fertilizer Co., : and the men placed in the
of Thcdford's DIack-Draugbt the
:
IIncl Tuesday.Miss
extensive holdings\ in' jail. children alai placed in the county Jail'at .
which county
comprises Thomas of genuine herb liver medicine II.. e D
I, Irene spent part
Bartow charge of having instituted
on a -
Gainesville wan
!l the totally\southern destroyed part of by fire, together' tt. R. Moore 20(\, an employe of the ; this masked party which took the week at Mrs. Lee Youngblood/ Touched!of for this by city.Hr. W."It N. Is Parsons without I' i "Bayer": on Genuitie
JlrookClr.! grocer
.
i,, with a solid car of fertilizer. The approximate -. Otis Elevator Co., was fatally injuredby her husband!, an employe of tho At- near home after doubt the teat liver medicine and I I.. j'l
in
Frances Muriheo several
elevator antic! Coast Line railroad
the at
.. partly covered falling from a scaffold in shops i
Is $20,000
loss ,
weeks visit with relatives. and don't believe! I could get along/ without'
while working on the Lakeland l from his home Saturdaynight
: by insurance. shaft friends at Ocooc. It I take It for sour' stomach, ben* ,
the First National and so badly beat him that bois
floor of new
tenth ache, bad liver., indignation, and *U
Mrs. Tommy Wasdm spent the punt
-j
? ; robberyby building of Miami. The accident still in the hospital. Mrs. Stephens'arrest i
of highway Bank
As a result weekend with herparents.Mr. other troubles that are the result ol "
Beach recently occurred whjlc Mr.\ Moore and othersvyte was the third in the CI1'1e. James, : I II
at
\ two negroes Daytona a torpid lInr. I
the .haft. It is said( T. Spence, a fellow employe of Stephens : and Mrs. Truby Dyal spent the II
Bailey has warned negro working In )
I Mayor "I hard known and mad it for years, I
the arrcstotl' charged week-end with Mrs.[ [).'nl'l4 parents,
workman at shops
fellow\ ,
residents that they must bo homo that Moore\ asked a and can and do .-'ilr;. recommend 11\ I
and Mm. Uruwn: r
!Mr. Henry near
they were with participating in the flogging, win '
each evening by ten o'clock. Additional for a pair of pliers and as to every on". I wm't' go to 1,0.1 without ,

.1 deputies have been appointed handed to him Moore lost his balance released In $2,000 bond. Joe Ratline, Sampson. and Bodo It la the hour tt will do all II
I Mrs. Stephens brother also arrested' :Messrs. Wiley Edmond-ion
tho shaft. Ho was unconscious :,
--- and fell down claims to do. I can't lay enough fill
CALOMEL SALIVATES when picked up and hurried was still in jail, unable to furnish a McKinney, of Sampson, w"re visitorshere = It- VVnrnesgl 1 Unless you eta tho none Fare L

EVEN WHEN CAREFUL to the hospital dying! an hour later bond of $:;,0011. Authorities announced Friday afternoon Many otbir men and women throughput "liA/nr" on piukuga or on tobk-ta you
1 they had ascertained the identityof Georgo Hazon and none, of Brooker, nub gutting gKnilnn Aspirin |nrw'TiFoxl

be Trusted South Jacksonville the other two members of the were business visitors here Sllturdl1Y.LAWTJY the country hue: found mack 1 by [ylclfln4 l for twt'lltr.n.
Treacherous Drug Cannot .A mass meeting in party Praugbt just a.i: Mr Parson describes urn> and prevail, win by million; TuJoi4iljr

And Next Dose! Slay Start at which Dr. W. D. McNamar, und would soon have them In cus 'raluabla In regulating the liver ti \.plrln IK* t ,M In the linyrr" poulc

Trouble who recently> announced that he was tody. In the meantime a reward offer. : IU normal functions and In cloanslDi ,' fur, t11A.1s IlonaLwhe. Nruralga; i ihmintatlsm

of the United ed for the arrest of the perpetrators : 1"acb.: Tixithiu, ,,, Lum- f ,t 1
It may sal- the supremo governor June 2.-Voters! Don't forget the bowels of Imiii'rltli-n. 4-'.., anal fur Thin Unruly tin bnxnt ofwelvn
I.awtey
Calomel is dangerous. this state, was to outline by tho employes of the shops steadily t
in .
suffer fearfully Americans I election next Thodford'H marl i>r ought liver modi Il4y"r TiUJutMof Aspirin cart raw
ivate you and make you tender- the proposed f fight his organization mounted. The flogging Id. believed to I tho school trustee nine Is thin ',r!"!fnll: and only eeauln. ".,11I'11. Ikntygigta' isle' a11 largr'r piu-

from soreness of gums make on the Ku Klux Klan have" been the outgrowth of divoreoproceedinj's Saturday, Juno 3rd.; ''I'l.: ... 0 Aspirin in the trmlu m..rk..rIIn.y..r
ness of jaws and teeth: swollen ton- was to has I Mr. and Mrs. U. R. There and children Accept no IInlr'I'! or lubaUtutn NUrMifiu-turn of MuuoaouiioacfriReduction .

ue and excessive saliva was rained out. Dr. McNamar brought" by Stephens with relatives in Alwuyt.i: for Th iford'a. f an! ,"star .f &lilyl1oacld.JJ .
.
calomel Sunday
I spent
from the mouth. Don't trust utttted however that his organization against his wife Mrs. Stephens' arrest

ramification of the movement camp! about through Information Jacksonville
It is mercury; quicksilver. was a I Goodfellow and
If you feel bilious headachy, con- gotten;: under way in Texas some time furnished by an employe of the' shops I !Mr. and Mrs. James lake In In Prices You will' mulct\! n mistnk!
Just got vigorous who declared\ that Mrs. offered children were visitors to KIngsloy I: lb
stipated and all knocked out. ago, and was going to wage! a Stephens If ,you order ''vour. fertilizer

your druggist and /get a bottle ofDodson's f fight In the state political arena on him $30::; to kidnap her husbandand I Friday. '". Starke without getting our new price H'+ts just", ,I" U"'I. Plenty
Tone for a few cents mistreat him. lIe refused. Tho MiHS Margaret Long of was
Liver the klan. of Materials! prompt fthipment. Order now I crtill/erM: Gt-
substi-
J
which is a harmless vegetable investigation disclosed that :Mrs. a visitor to Lawtey Saturday. ectlcide.s! Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
,
tute for dangerous calomel. Take a The government will offer airplane Stephens guided the masked party to j i Wilmot Brown, who hall been at- 0.1'AINTEH l-'EUTILl/nn: : r t.> t I

spoonful and if It doesn't start beealomel your for sale at a bargain at Carlstrom her' home and pointed dut the room In I JACKSONVILLE FI.OUIDA f'''
r
liver and straighten you up and Field at an early date. This is made which Stephens was sleeping. To Stop a Cough!, Quick

',':, v and 'quicker than nasty the discontinuance of the I I takes HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a Get NEW March 1922 reduced price ';..tll before bnlnw.
just goI by
without making you sick you necessary training camp officials THEUES3ATheressa I' cough inedu.lna which stops the cough\ by --
back and get your money. t fcld as an aviation I besting the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.

If you take calomel today you'll be stated, Uncle Sam has a stock A box of GROVrVS: O-PEN-TRATE:

sick and nauseated tomorrow; besidesIt ,,f some 42 planes at Dorr Field. Some June 2.-J. L. King, Sr., SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and

may salivate you, while if you takeDodson' of the machines need minor repairs, was transacting business 'in Hampton Croup U endowed with every bottle of GENERAL INSURANCE
will wake for the air. Originally I HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
Liver Tone you ready '
others are i
while Habitual eurelll- I' shouts be rubbed on the cbest and throat
No salts necessary. around, Constipation HAROLD C. WALL
paid
1 up feeling! great. because it Is \ tho government I If) 14'to :21 Days i of children suffering from a Cold cr Croup
Give it to the children each for the planes, but $100 I I of term* "Honey "
sali- 10,000 "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"* a pUll Th b .lta' "effort ;
cannot / ?
..
and ...
harmless on l'' '
perfectly each is the price. now tagged! them I prepared Syrup Toni<>Laxa'.ive for Habttua' ;, .lht the. throat) .Poa-eon.hUiMj.*. II..vmathhatsmillili the loorreo.* ath..kia.0a STARKE, FLORIDA

'Y"ate.-Adv.-68. ---- Constipation. It relieves promptly but I j Mop*.cuuuh.
l>ll-s Cared !la 6 to 14 Days should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto I Lash winwIUMi.. ate pat'lI.w1 In oo..c.rtoa awl tins FIRE.1 LIFE,": BONDS.
Cold In One Day If PAZO OiMT.tt T fallteetu I I Induce regular action. It Stimulate and '! owl of the cumhliMiil umcmeot I I. JSo. 4l'
To Cure a mnn. ;;
) pntlalean,1 P. Plenum Tfclu. wjust ask your druggist for HAYES'HEALING
QUININE (Tehlat/' 31 r Plkeo ttud'e P. Regulates.( Very to sUe
M. LAXATIVE BROMO sad w..rll" uC '": .. ..,. I "dMi.t: bottl HONEY. .
okI.MoW; the f W.GROYh t'aeeh .nd:,,'U..d..h." .Wo.tureoOaekbe.. 3Uu. jt-i.rr'."-._* .*. ui lIut1MII&o 4'.k...1...b per



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FRIDAY JUNE 2. 1922
PAm'OUIt; BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPII, 0TARKR. FLORIDA

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Bradford County Telegraph I diculous and indecent way of dressing, SAMPLE PRIMARY ELEC- I l.t I Drndfonl county. F. L .Tt'RN'"

life given! over wholly to frivolity, a VETERANS ATRIcIMONDREUHION II r take this method of announcing
.. .. 5,000 Miter of Bradford county thnt I am n.Inic
.---- --. -- brazen and for
= : i deportment disregard for RiTiniK-ntatlve, Croup 2, "ul),
1 Published weekly and entered as conventions, have at last thrown down TION BALLOT 1922 tho will) "f the tM-nple oxprceniil, a ,ttli,
criMr primary ration to be held' on .1' nIt
second class: matter, at the post lie I barrier of respect which men had I'nn lone bon my ambition to repnri ,
; unty in lh<- irlnlatur and If t inn, ,
office at Starke, Florida. I'teitc'd. Such girls are now called'flappers" Democratic Party, Precinct No. 0, i I I"all put' IVtntHrd o"orytart to.> tor."".,

.. and I iiit Intel-mi "f
are regarded an merely count nnPsit.
Bradford .RI'I I
I E. MATTHEWS., Editor and Owner "unconsidercd trifles" County '-
Richmond Va., Itluy 2'J.(:peclal-: FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATI-'
In our opinion the screamingly illustrated Instructions : To vote for any candidate, make preparations I hi Nbv announce thnt I am KIM. I
Richmond fa! competing;
\ I a cross (X) in the in the appropriate column ,
office of
square the Sup
Ii I for rf-iilccton! to i iIli'trlntrntlon. I
E. S. Matthews. editor of the Bradford catalogues sent from the according to your choice, at the right of his to entertain the :3M: ""11'1:11: iinvention during tho several :)ui'

t( i'o.r. County Telegraph! : is fixing toget mail order houses dealing in female name. Vote your first choice in the first' column; of tho United Confi-d-rate Veterans, 1 IIHM- held, the office very fow pent| I,
li'pild of their right to vnt4-
l h..n
himself elected to the Florida leg apparel, are chiefly responsible for I vote your second choice in the second column. on June 19, 20 21 and 22. Fully 6,000of count nf erront in the b........ .If I am rd .-

islature. We congratulate Bradford the genesis of the "flapper." The If there is no second column at the right of a the surviving *G,000 Confederates ,<1 I nlmll contlnur that the to books give my are best corm-tlv,.tf.( ,rtunrit
Hoi-inir
county, but as for him-poor fellow! men who draw the illustrations arc tame, vote your first choice only. Do not vote are expected:: to be within the city"hospltable C. A. KNII.J', 1
more than one choice for the same candidate. of them will
Inverm-na' Chronicle. true artists in their Etc.l: They first gates. Most 1 Iwr..Io" nnnotinoo myself a rnnilliliit4, rprrvlnor
yt female be accompanied: by one or more members of n-irintration of Brndfnrd, u.
draw and color/ suit of
a ." of their families and In addition, MiMcct, to the will of the Drmncralie vntKiiid .
i' A melodramatic event took place clothes, such as their employers sell ... OJ", 00For c... of the county at the primary election to b..
United States Senator: I 'S '$ there will be present members Jim.nth.. C. R. SAP
I the other day, when a German battle Part of the raiment may not be larger M Veterans Daughters
Son of Confederate
r Vote for One. ;;: e
? ship collided with and destroyed a than the proverbial fig leaf-no largerthan the Confederated I MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-H/4TRCT' ,
the Confederacy .
--- of At tho Hollcitatlon of many cl lo.n. I h- ,
t' German submarine! Germany's war a fig blossom, a crusty old bachelor ALBERT W. CJILCIIRIST I : Southern Memorial Association I mc-mlwr announce of myself the school a riindUlule hoard for for re DiiitrlrlI ..lm-f -'.

vessels! are BO flOw till they aught to says. Given the short skirt, the sponsors and maids and matrons of If repltd I shall continue tn tth .

1 bo able to 'keep)( out of each other's low waist, the bare arms, the artist PARK TRAMMELL 1 ( honor. b.tiron. to the duties.. W.of the KfCKI.ITF.ft...lflon.I. .

.
way. puckers his brow and studies out what Comfortable Quarters.Because .

sort of a face will best match such a For Representative in Congrei", of their age, the veterans MEMBER SCHOOL HOARD-TMSTRICT b.
I nm n cnndldnt. for the office of Mere 1
Florida) land owners who propose to costume. A face expressing character 2nd. ConRri'HHiiui&l District: this year will sleep In comfortable of Hoard of Public Instruction from Jin-,
Vote for One. quarters. Thousands of them will No. :2 (Slarko South and Theivaaa., ) I IHIHKtfully
plant very extensive areas in strawberries intelligence\: purity will not do at relatives and solicit the support' of the voter .

need' to be just a little cautious all, so he draws one bearing an inane atop at hotels and with the district at the onetime primary an,' ,
FRANK CLARK friends while others will be accommodated I'ltiti'd, I promise faithful and efTicli-nt KIT
Sometimes more can be made. I expressing, suggestive. of n chronic 1- at reasonable coat from $1.26 L J. WYNN

with comparatively little well done giggle./ He admires his work and is ROBERT W. DAVIS to $2 per day for lodging and break MEMBER SCHOOL BOARI>-DISTIHCT h

than with much that is done indifferently. .satisfied so far but the coiffure has fast. In private home. Application reelection I hrifhy to nnnounce the office mywlf of member a candidate..f ">.r

.-Times-Union. And don't for 'I yet to be drawn To draw the hair decently For State Attorney, Eighth J.. for quarters and inquiries concerningthem PchcH'1 Hoard of Bradford county, Dintric '..

; get; to be cautious' in Hee.tinthe] / land braided would look incongruous dicial Circuit: should be addressed to Major :'I. BiibJMit primary to tho If r-loctd Democratic I promise voter f..thf'al 'irJuno i

Vote for one First Choice and chairman of the Com ici> In the future aa I have cntloav "*
f Strawberries will not do well on sandy for such a face and figure. Even the B. D. Morgan son .
Very truly
one Second Choice.!' to render In the piwU
thirsty Jand. Flattish wiregrass! biscuit-ovcr-the-ear style would yet be mittee on Information and Quarters A A. HAKE"

s land! with tiny near the l."I.Irtace-suc'l1 out of way, for he wants his creation J. C. ADKINS Poatofflce Box No. 685, Richmond. I ifth..> Hi IB mfthnd nf announcing that .
Dinner and supper, with the compliments I ciimllflntc, for Member of the School flour
_
the of and braz- n
land
have in Bradford picture flippancy
us we countyis very
.
,
of the City of Richmond and for PMrirt; No.8. I nm for the upbuildiof
the best .nnl.'lIs-"o he draws the hair bobbed D. 1\1. L'UIEA will I our puliHo school nynt.>rn (II Irut lest and i
the Commonwealth of Virginia, the tlrmI Holli'U the support of the tat .
1?+ I Now he is satisfied. In coloring the S. CREWS be supplied Confederate veterans who nt the com In ir primary eleclion and ,if < -

t About soventy-fivc/ years ago the I face he uses plenty of rouge for the ". desire them on June 20 21 and 22. ileac will: try. to prove myself' CHR8M5Y worthy of your VOOfi

:' editor of Hosteller's Almanac invented i (hocks and white for the nose, nnd- For Knilrnnil Commissioner, Reduced Railroad Fares. FOR CO'l\fISFlIOSER-JJJSTIUrT N. .1

two viiltmble ( ?) recipes. One was behold] the "flupper-" Group No. 2: The Southern Railway, the Cheaapeake I tnkp thin method of ..announcing i mvoters '
The flnppishly inclined girls never and Ohio Railway and in fact, of C..mmi..I..nrr'a District No. ? "' t l'
to nmke fence posts last forever by Vote for one First Choice!' and I am a cnmlldnto for r<*H 1ecticm. If hop '>
f putting the small end! into the ground study any "literature" but mail order one Second) Choice. practically all the transportation systems again" with your choice I promise caret. ,
i in the South} have agreed, to give : faithful attention to my duties.
catalogues. The pictures they see '
boring n slanting/ hole in the post and I J. Ii:. BROWNUErT :
there t please them so much until their H. S. BOWDEN: the veterans accompanying members
it full of kerosene.
filling The otherrecipe
of their families, and members 011 him.by announce mynMf a candidate,
WHS for "government white images are stamped upon what little A. D. CAM PIIELLR auxiliary organl/iitlons the benefit of County Commissioner for dfntrlct No 2 (In"rSVarkei ,
Gti brains' the girls! may possess; they see and I'romic( if elected to dinch ..' (
wash. The first die.11I natural death
reduced fares to this city and return tho rltitli of tho office to the. beet of my -
about thirty years ago The second nothing else in daytime and they L. EATON These rates have beeeta fixed as fol Ity and to work faithfully; for the wt'lfun >*
the district Tho RUpnnrt of the voter at "h>-
still makes its round In the papers! every drenm of the pictures at night. They lows: arming primary. 'la .p..trlllly nollrrlprf

r & third year. The ingredients! of desire to be like IV pictured, and For Member House nf Kcprc.enfntivp Veterans and accompanying, memo I.. R. EDWARD.

w tho white wash are so many and the therefore have their hair bobbed, ., Group. :No. 2: bers of their families, 1 cent a mile FOR nSSIONER-IIISTIUCT No. 1
I .
h" Vote for One. I hereby announce that I nm a rnndl'fi
making of it so troublesome, till it i is! faithfully paint their checks, powder for each mile traveled. for County Com mi DM I oner, DlBtrlrt No 9 )
their noses, learn the Intent. slang, accept Members of the Sons of Confed have Rprvrd aa a member of the Board in
cheaper to buy paint, and paint will T. n. PINiiOLSTERF. pant and am willing to be Judged by my
certainly last longer/ anti protect the invitations to joy rides without .1 erate Veterans Daughters of the Confederacy ord. It olt-rted. this time, I promise tho sai,
the Confederated Southern careful and conaclcntiou attention to my *
reservation and that and questionable
I wood better. L. TURNER other ties that I nave ID the pant.
Memorial Association auxiliary
r I associates' unstinting display] of their J. L. UNDEIUHL
f organizations sponsors and maids and!
e'' A jolly professor of anatomy in that I charms, and disregard of parental authority For :Supervisor: of I Registration: matrons of honor one-way fare for for T am Dfotrlct a candidate for County C"mmleaone.
No.8. and respectfully solicit
make them full blown
soon
freak institution, the University of I Vote for One. the round trip the support" of the voter* at the primary .1"l *c.
"flappers." tion to be held June 6th. If elected I ptaferemyself
I
}J Chicago, In amusing/ himself with I Identification Certificate to give careful attention to my duties,
making/ "Siamese twins" He joins The "dripper" has not yet invaded C. A. KNIGHT Tickets will be placed on sale S. J. PRESCOTT

lh these diggings/ to any serious. extent, B through the South la ample time for
together the abdominal "
cavities ofdoj's C. R. SAt'P COUNTY COMMIS8IONER-DISTRICT N.. .
f ; cats and guinea pigs for tho and probably never will, for she is not visitors to reach Richmond, on or be I hereby announce myself fIX a candiiilaV,
natural but freak growth fore June 19. As customary and In for County Commiaslonnr for District No. 5
product
a a
avowed purpose of learning more For member Hoard of County (New River), and respectfully solicit the .'.".
on the social tree. This public opinion Commissioners. Dist No.2: order to eliminate trouble In procur port of the voters at the coming primary. If
about the secretions of the
internal nominated. and elected 1 promise faithful see
ing tickets at the reduced rates of
and the latent self-respect found In ,
Vivisection Vote for One. vice and unremitting attention to the needs.
body. to certain extent
u the "flapper will fare, Identification certificates hare of the district and the dailies; of tho olff.( ....
is necessary and surgical/ triumphsarc I even prune away. been prepared and are being distributed D. W. KELLY.
Then there will very likely be a reac- J. M. BROWNLEE
daily recorded! as a result! ] of this to all veterans and members of I hereby that
announce I canddati(
1r1 tion and Puritan "Priscilla" will take am a
practice, hut, there is no excuse! for L. R. EDWARDSFor Confederate and ufnHated bodies. Individuals for re-elertton to the trice off County Tom
the place] of tho "flnpper." mlwiiitiner for District No. fi. I rrHpoctfwl!,,
wantonly inflicting hellish who are unable to procure ,
pains ondl''nc..leKB solicit the support of the voters of the atrlrf

animals by anatomists, HIGHLAND. member Hoard ..f County them through usual channels should than and to promise my duties careful, if I and am eunHcIentluuH....-..1.I.d. .1 soilei alter.,

who seem to have so little to do that (Commissioners Dist. No. 3: apply at once to Adjutnnt, -In-f hief a careful Inventitration of my record aa you1ivmimiHHianer -
K r Vote for One. Carl Hinton Sons of Confederate: Vet and am willing to be JnHweJ. bUK -
they must lie awake nights to study ,record.
H. P. GA1NEYCTgDi&agBniJKdi
Highland, June 2.-J. I'\ IngcU and erana Hotel Richmond Richmond.
"N out ways to pass tho time. What aCC --
I IJ.
J. PRESCOTT
S. .
Franklin of Jacksonville
son, were --- -- -
lot of cruelty his short I I I
man, during
guests. of !Mr. and :Mrs. G. W. Parker j '''- :'*
stay on earth, can inflict on the brute L. UNDERIlILL '. I. "1'iitnnm County.' Florida at 1 o'clock in the 71

creation: Tuesday. I-I;, 'f afternoon or UH mum th,-ruafti>r ns wi- cnn
; Im
ht-nrd. for nn oiili-r Inciirpiirutinx
n. II. ?Kicks ]left Wednesday for Venice j us andour !
iuHncHtcn! into hiilv .
Fr .."".b..r Bard .f Cwsty a i-orporMli-) he ;
where he has accepted a posi Commissioners, Hist. :>lo. S : known us "Am ANT BURIAL SOCIETY." I lia---
l'EIto1111! ="fi, TUB AMERICAN The object of said Amiociation. I in to creates '
Vote for One. fund for the burin) of the dead care for the I ft
I tion.H.. C. Wimberly and W. M. Wimberly lick, poor and needy. members of the said Association I I
and for
the betterment
As we now have time to dig Into the of lie mem-
were business visitors to Lawtey H. P. GAINEY Leon..
details of the World, War, we become The proponed corporation shall not be for II I
Wednesday. l' [ profit, but It receive and
may ailminintcr
more and more satisfied that General D. W. KELLEY erty for the eMablishnu-nt and maintenance prop I 25 cent
t' J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, was of the :
PerahinR is the greatest living Amer coriorution.'r
'ti transacting business here Isnlrca now on file in the
ican. Only for the backbone and patriotism Wednesday. Far Member ftosrd' .f Pabli. \ ..' of the Clerkrof the Circuit Court of
C. M. Click and Samuel Caraker of Bradford County. t'l..rl.lo..JAR .
,
Instruction' Dint. No. !S I :
of this the A. E. F.
man have A., e. rt.ARK
Jacksonville, were calling on the trade '
Vote for One. I. BARNES
been recognized the world over aa w .Io
e v H. C.
1, really winning the war, while the here Friday. rCILCSLEY W. M. 811IRIIIAN.. ","|.;. Want Ad
E. C. I'almer, of Jacksonville, madea F'OG i -.ttree H H MITCHELL, ,
,
British arid French war heads tried in J .. '! t KATE JOHNSON,
r business trip here Saturday.Joe 1 "/ (.JI ELLA
every conceivable( way to ,Ret: the .1. .... HAZE-l 'J t .; 1; e-2./t.6-23 ISIRKEI6NOTICE
.
Marr, of Starke, spent the week "" ,
Americans divided, up and hidden, out end here with relatives.Mr. '" ""'Ii '

of siiiht/ oblong their own forces, BO For Constable" Dlntrict :No. 2: -1t .. Notice. U hereby given that he unilvnlnnnl will sell a
: and Mrs. Leslie Griftis, of Max. ; hi.. been appolntrd admllllotrltlrix .
qts that would nil'! the credit Vote for One. i r ; of the E -
they pet for .r;;. : tat Willlnm C. I'ovrHI. Ieeened l '.t..t
ville, were visitors! here Saturday and ... .
+t: the victory that they knew our sol-? .8larkr.....d........Bnpnt.'ea. dlu/nbuta'Fislo' and. heir all \

fi diets would bring while America's, Sunday. A. L. ALVAREZ r law anal all pnrliea having claim oe demand lit
;,
I Some very much needed rains have .nln.t 0111.1 .tato will pnwent them
10 the LI LIor
;; part in the would! he undersigned $$200 Horse
war hardly men. J."COB J. JOHNSFor duly authenticated, within the
: tioned. But IVrahintr while allowing fallen here during the past few days limn pr.,cril, >fil by law or the .i* will bo I
and gladdened the hearts of our far.nll.'r forever barrcil. J& t
t. u patience that a taint might envy, Constable, District No. 8: Hated thin' the 2Slh iln/ of Mar. A. I), 1B22
Our have been
greatly .
!! crops KtNqLORENCB .; I'OWEI.I.. \
a I had his way nnd the Americana foughtan benefitted by them. Vote for one First Choice and A. Z Ailmlniatratrlx., ,

units instead of hl'in.caUered. Second Choice. Attorney for Entale.
one .
/ a B
:Mrs II. C. Wimberly and W. Max

+ a' among! the French and English forces \Vimberly were visitors to Jacksonville -I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.Announcement : .

In this he wax ably seconded by the J, 11. RAINEY under this htadlnir. not ex. ij.
: Tuesday. -I wdn! one Inch In (smith about 73 words ,
then
of Baker.
secretary war, Percy Lee, of Raiford, visited relatives C. N. SHAW will he published from data until the primary !
It is astonishing/ learn the rapacity -I I election' in June for IS payable at time of Car
here several days last week tnt Iniertlun. $$1000
an.III"8I1rance. not to say insolence L. 1\1. WATERS u
Misses! Beth and Winifred Wimberly I I'I
k evinced by "our dear allies," after -I STATE'S ATTORNEYTo

Cal by hook and crook extracting the visited motored friends.to Lawtey Wednesday and Circuit the Democratlo! Voten of Eighth Judlolal

promises of succor from this I hereby announce my candidacy for the of .
country Butler recently. The showers have been taken ad.
1 Bee of State.
Attorney of the
Eighth Judicial
+ They did not heed the adage that KAIFORD S. A. Bryant was a vistior to Starke I vantage of by many forthe planting of Circuit, eomnrlitlniLevy.. Alachua. Putnam
"beggars must not be choosers but Flanler, Bradford Union and Beer count.. U
n' recently. sweet potato vines and setting of pepper eublect to the primary election of Jan* 6.

',/ rather tried to make us stand and deliver Raiford June 2R. B. Roberts and Charley Shaw, of Baker county, was plants. This year, so far, promises ervetie 1922. If and elected I promise an amrrmilve. en. ;

and had no hesitation in telling little son, Wesley. Worthington, In town last week. to be a very productive one for our affairs of the economical office. Will administration appreciate the of.up.the siiiiioo I

ua what" to do; and but for the dignified were in town Monday. Earl Whitten was a visitor to John. farmers. port of all Democrat J. C. ADKINS.To $

tt ; bearing of General Pershing, Mrs W. II. Andrews and little ion, town Saturday Saturday afternoon. the Cltlienn of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
President I hereby announce to the eltlaeni nf th. '
Wilson
r I and Secretary! Baker John Arthur, who have been visiting Cucumbers, squashes, corn, tomatoes CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES ounty of Alachua. Baker Bradford Flakier.

would have succeeded in making this relatives at Worthington Springs, returned cantaloupcsVand other vegeta. Owing to the bad weather Sunday I....,.. Putnam and. Union compoelnx, the

t nation stultify !itself in the eyes of the to their home here Thursday >lcs are being shipped away from here night the sermon announced, "Whatif Eighth to succeed Judicial myself Circuit aa that State I Attorney am a oan"l.date eubjeet --

1 i world. As it ,was, we came out with morning. daily. the Devil Were to Come to Starke ?" to the action of the Democratic Primary FormWhat
Election, to be held on Jun. S, 1922. If elected
our colors flying. But we should.l not Tom Chastain, of Luke Duller was Romie Dekle, of Lake Butler, wasn was postponed until next Sunday evening I promiae' the aame enervvtie and economical .

!\ forget that tactics like these mentioned in town Saturday. town last week.TIMELY.' at 8 o'clock. It will be something ....administration aine* my appointment that I have to endeavored nil the ttnex-to

,::;::w when used in common business Intercourse II. W.:Raiford) was a visitor to Lake decidedly different and very timely. plnd term of P'n. A. V, Lone.

/, i:... are considered discreditable RAINS I You will enjoy it and be helped by it. A. 8. CREW! I \
1. if and not conducive to further fav- Ii
.
I We are now using the merger ser- I wish to announce that I am a candidate i ,
:'I. ors. SEED CORN. COWPEAS VELVET During last and this week gentle [ vice Sunday forenoons. Sunday school far the office of elate attorney for the 8 I Judicial Cricuit of
Florida subject the
to will II
o BEANS MILLET,CRASS SEED, SOR. showers have been frequent. The begins at 10:15, the lesson Is studied of the qnulined voters at the June primary. II 1,

\I GENESIS OK THE FLAPPF.lt: I CHUM. For immediate shipment. All rains have moistened the soil without J I( in classes as usual, then a 20-minuto( the If elected office: i ,will I 1 pledge be conducted you that In a the vigorous affairs Impartial of: i is more econ-
J seasonable) Field and Vegetable) Seeds. it. the I talk the lesson the and honest manner., and that I will In
packing During preceding dry on by leader
emphasizing
Since time I Writ. for Price List and Catalogue. Our I so rap as It b. In my power, conserve. the to,..
I began younmt'n! have I the pan ra In the ) 1
spell our farmers and truckers had outstanding truths of money aeveral. counties of the omical and profit-
t beautiful and instructive 1 circuit..
D.
M.
it BUIE.
unceremoniously been given nicknames catalogue Ithe
their fields free from weeds and the lesson. This la followed by the

.r ; !' expressing. prominent undesirable fr..and (ire. valuable information on soil well stirred, and now the plants communion, the whole service beingomplett'd 1 FOR hereby.REPRESENTATIVE-4IROUP ONE able than want
to the a
t characteristics but farming and gardening for Florida and announce citliraa of Brad
what
) ; prank have nothing to do but grow. by 11:43.; Come and give it ford county th.t I am a candidate for Mem
girls have played have if not the south. Write to u* to day for special her of the House of Rrpnntativea. Group I,
I condoned That they do grow can be even all a trial with us. We crave your fel and respectfully solicit the support of the vo ad in this ?
.t.tI at least been covered with price on your seed requirement. Our ters at the paper
a around us, and at the depot the floors lowship, nd will di> our best to deserve primary" election of June. eta.
mantle of charity born out of the complet. Mock will enable us to supplyyou Respectfully.B. ,
are creaking from their burdens of it.NMICE 8. MATTHBWaL What have
chivalrous nature of American men. to advantage in price and quality.E. I you f(
produce for from FOB :
tt shipping fathered : REPRESENTATIVE
CROUP TWO.
ri f'y' When', therefore, a certain class of A. MARTIN SEED COMPANYOldest the fields. The town markets are also :1 I I Notice .OF. hereby APPLICATION..I... that FOR the CHARTER uniteniirned b"To.n..o"I'"." .... myself rannddidat.- for", Member to sell? tI

girls have been dubbed as "flappers and and our associates will on ".1, 8, A D. of
Large Seed House in Fla. well supplied with the products of 19t!. apply to the Honorabl. A. V Lonv the the fknnoer.tie Levlalatur' In Group No. 2, subject I M '9 a
t, there must be a good reason.. A ri- 202-206 E. St. Primary y so.
Bay Jacksonville, FU. hn season. Judice of the Circuit Court of Bradford Conn !f the support of the voWreT1!? .
," so was ty. Hortda, at bm olllce In the City of falatka will vae ....ry effort to promote thel.ri ..f

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FRIDAY JUNE__2,...11)22) __ STAUKE. FLORIDA _... PACE FIVE i I a
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Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow will leave damage.At blrhtday of the Christian church. In fag system began with the first Model ,

I Tuewday for an extended trip. They the time Mr. Howe was engagedIn His last discourses our Lord told Ills "T." ,

Bit : will go to New York, Brimxville NI- moving his household and other disciples' that it was expedient that

of Local I .11:urn Falls, and then spend part of good to Lawtey where he and his He go away, for If lie wont not away ,

't i In- summer with relatives! in North family will reside. Ho had removedall the Comforter would not come. He! Where tilt bexe Differ.I

I I llranch: Mich.C. the furniture except mo load said, "These things have I spoken unto When trouble comes bobbling along, ,
fInformation\ which became the prey of the flames.WILKINSONNORM I you, being yet present with you. ft woman gives way to a Hoot of tears I t
I -but n niiin proceeds to tint the *t>
L. Alvarez of Jacksonville, was ------ ----- But the Comfortor which is the Holy Qlol't.hpre. blue.
i \N Ghost, whom the Father will send in
a guest last week at the home of T.
!JI 1C ( NJ T ql.... 4. ao. c... ,
tr .rf 7 MM. W. Andrews, Jr Sir. Alvarez was lit:>' name, Ho shall teach you all\ !
y, Mr. G. G. Wilkinson of H.ghtmd. things, whatsoever 1 have said until Worth-Whlle Quotations.
: homo by his nieces Floronce -
.. accompanied ,
n -;-- -- .,., f land Miss Gladys Norman, of Luwtey, To he good Is noble, but to tonco
J ... Elizabeth and Leila Dca Andrews you.
others how to be good! Is nobler-aud
I I married by Judge Green; in his
I
( ol Floyd Green spent :Sunday: at Mrs. G. C. Sweat had returned Ilunm j who will spend several weeks I II .office were Wednesday morning. It is also a any suggested by the lens uble.-l\Jurk\ Twain. ,

W irlhiniton Springs. fii'in | in Jacksonville : Federal Council of Churches for the I
t a vied at Lulu with her mother, I Mr. Wilkinson is a prosperous industrious -
consideration' of Christian Unity andrecommended
:' :Mrs. A. B. Davis and at Lake Butter and highly respected;' youngcitizen Not Very Intslteetual',
Mrs. D. K. Knight and Hon, Paul Er- j with her siu'rh'8.: J. C. Haulerson.I I Mrs. Mitchell Noble and children, of i. of his community, his bride I Is a IIpt.t'I"I'prn.t'r to be Mnny a fellowho tins more' money ,

', pent Thursday in Jacksonville. I Sarasota are here visiting friends. the> daughter of Mrs. Lily Norman, Isj used on that day. This is a question then brains linxii t t the price of a pack
that' is coming: more and more into of cigarettes.-Cincinnati Kucjulrer.
Mrs. Noble Miss Jennie Lou Rivers
I II. M. Snyder is bark in Jones hardware was charming and is popular with a large!
(Freeman Register made a trip lust Store before her marriage and was raised prominence. It has been compared ton
after a ten days vacation circle of friends who wish the\ youngcouple
week to Valdosta and Waycrosu Ga. in Starke. Her friendsare prlacior-cominj? hw' but sure. The RlfTercnoe. t
I spent at i'ablu) Beach and Jackson- numerous much !happiness. I.
ville. glad to welcome her back among A (genius cue no .inure. Iielp b..loi{ a \
FORL) 'ITIUlTT: (6,0(10.0111111110( : genius than n man being t
( crass can help \
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight attendedthe them. ST. :MARK'S L'lwiWi'' I
It ,
I TOn crnz.v. just happens that tvbenthe
picnic at Eurleton Beach Thurs The Starke }
Steam Pressing Club isenlii' iloe what he tonrlders. a
day. makes old clothes new. Friends here of Miss Mildred Robbins Because of the morning: "ervice. at I mart tlllnl It U I smart ; but when the "

have received invitations to commencement Wittdo the service on W hi Sunday will }<'ur,1totor: No. 6,000,000 was lifted I poor crazy man doer his beat" It turn. .4

Mrs. Bessie McGruder's private I Little Miss Fenella Snyder is in exercises of the Eustis beat6p.m. I' :from the assembly line in thu Highland out l 19 t>u funllsh-Ed:: l Howe's l\foDtblJl. "

school< will open next Monday moi-n- Jacksonville visiting at the home of high school, of which Miss Robbins Is On this Sundayvc mmemoriiti I Park Ford plant at 0:14: a. m., I _....:.._ 'i i

ng at the school building. Mr. and :Mrs. I.. F. Emery in River- a graduate. She was formerly a pu- the descent of the Hol\, Spirit- -the'ENTAW1 :May 18th. Just 5 1-3 second' later Gold In Hl.-tory.

I side. pil of the B. II. S. number (i.OUO.OOl win Ilnished.The Uold wits known from the cnrlbtTtntorle

If you don't like the color, cull 52. unusually heavy demand for lines t mid 1 IH luelilloned, I In ti: .

We dye 'em. :M. II. Carter, The ladies who are studying govern- % Ford ear and trucks at the present, I levi-ntli verse of the second rlmptfff
a prominent and
successful ?
of' OencxlH. \1 I first It was chiefly imui
truck grower of the Wateroak ment met lust :Monday afternoon at : time I has necessitated the building! I for irniiineiitx. The trade of the icotd

Mrs. II. Tomlinson of Lake Butler, section paid our office/ an appreciatedvisit the Methodist church, find with :Mrs.A. MOO motors daily. These Are shippedin smith U mentioned, iu the fourth verse t;

f pent Several days last week with her ,I Wednesday. M. Darby us leader a very profitable 'COLUMN' earload lots to the various I"orcills- of the Ki'\ontoeulh cluiptfr! of Judc',,

,daughter Mrs. E. R. Poppell. mooting was hold. Next Mon- I I I1 .ll1hlinA' plants throughout the United In conncitloniiii II... overlujrlog uf i

The following Starke boys are at day afternoon, at the same hour, the States. 'ICo1JII'b' gold II'MI.'
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:Mrs Jay Alderman, of Jacksonville, home for vacation from the Universityof subject will be "Political Parties." : The first ;Model[ "T" Ford l motor wascoulpleted .
,is visiting at the home of :'>Ir. and :Mrs FOR RI NT- -Furnished rooms. P. 0.1 I .
Fliorida: Ilollis Knight Horace on October 1 1. lOS!) ; number No Joko.
Box :31'J: City. ;.-t: -tf '!
GeorgeV.. Alderman. Wilson and Newn W'ainwrhdlt.E. Mrs. Sarah L. Ilamrick received a 1,000,00(1()() left ho( assembly lino De Appearances.. lire deceitful.. Th.s

message: stating that her aunt, Mrs. FOR SALE OR RENT-Rix room cot-1 i camber\ 10, HM5; and number r.,000- pinto ou the outslilo of many a Big "

Miss Jessie Thomas returned Tuesday R. Poppell' and, family motoredto C. D. Crnwley, died Friday morningin tage on Kingsley lake. Apply to i (000( came tliroiiuli May :2S! tO'JI.:! Quu's ,.rlvnt oltlct- JIll)''': ".'Usb." Bat

from Luke Wales, where she was I Luke Butler last Sunday and visited Atlanta. :Mrs. Crawley taught Paul E. Canova Starke. 4193t.1FOlt I Although the Ford" Motor Company )i I orchi"It you... ivimf to poNltloii know why the will Hill linvo ann to

engaged in teaching the past term. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. school here many years. niro with Prof. turned out a nmnhiT, of different models 'I- Junk at 'the)i |plus) on thu yell InKMe, tt the .

Tomlinson.F George C. LoAfpj*, and is pleasantly SALE-BS head of stock cattle' prior to l IIHJS! ) the present mimher-\ dour I I 11, -nyH : ".'ull."

Miss Doris Law, who has been visiting remembered by many of the oKK\i.peo- for cnsh. J. M. Norman Lawtey, I ,

her cousin, Mrs. A. E. Wall, left F. Stump, N Slernberg and others jiLl: of tn rke. Fla. 5-20-21 j }
Monday for her home in Lake Wales. motored to Palatka last Thursdayto ; IIIDOJ.orUCCifOcmJlmnmmC1m: irannracDommmtnainKDUjaiaKaiEaiEiBBxti1: \

see the base ball game between The 'Uatr News of FOR S.I.I'fresh; Jersey' cow with I 1
Stnrke and Palutka. Daytona speaks heifer calf.] D. E. Knight, Starkc, I !I \
Mrs. E. J. Wainwright has returned the successful closing exercises of the Fin. tl-2-2t. More Bargains w \

from south Florida where she spent Ormond grammar school, which had I

several months with relatives.If J. E. Wainwright, chief clerk of the an its principal ,V. A. Scott, and as FOR KENT !New: bungalow i
U. S. land roomy: ,
in Starke Tuesday office, at visiting Gainesville his brother was- I teacher of the third and fourth grades! with all modern conveniences Mrs. | This week, Timothy Hay $1.50 per 100 Ibs. $28 ton. I
the person holding number :Miss Doris Scott. One day wan named Starke. ,
F. Ilamrick 12
S.
phone ,
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] OJ! will call at Sternberg's, they tives.If, N.. D. Wainwright, and other rela I Exhibit Day, and the parents' and G-19-tf. Kirks Toilet Soap lOc bars, 5c each.

will receive that $5.00; bill. i I others interested were invited to the
Good Laundry Soap 5c bars 2 for 5c. '
,
,school to see the exhibits of the term's FOR S.ILE-l'eachva: for canning or'enllnir. '! ) t

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Green spent you want quick and good work, 1 work. There were eight graduates, Now ready. Cull No. ((5, Oval Pearl Soap lOc bars 5c each. .
call 52. Starke Steam Club.
Sunday in Lake Butler, guests of :Mr. Pressing and beautiful exercises at the time five rings, or write ('. C. C'owart, R. I II +
Special books 50c to $1.50 values 25c each and
I on ;
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and Mrs. R. S. Johns. the diplomas were delivered. F. I). 1, Box Oil, Starke. r
Fred Tollman has moved with his I will exchange for lOc. ,

Mrs. George Epperson, of Lake Butler family to Hastings./ The many friends, 1"Tlro"ISTOTICES; : FOR SALE: OR EXCHAN<:J'-I; have
here of !Mr. Tollman and his Special on sweet feed $1.75 sack.
per
spent the week-end at the homeof family 2-15 acres of well drained citrus :

Mr. and Mrs..W. J. Epperson. 'wish home.them joy and success in their We shall. expect you next Sunday. fruit land in Highlan'l county near We carry at all times a full line of Groceries.Our .
new Sebring, Fla. Will subdivide amisell

We show our appreciation by doing ( This old-fashioned is "Sunday"Children'M School Day"Day."or Tho the or would exchange for land, stock of fertilizers in all grades is complete.Still I i

Floyd Register has come here from Starke. J. II. Fanning, 101 i
first Phone class 52. work. Steam Pressing Club I Valdosta, Ga., and accepted a positionin children will take the principal partsin near Pine St., Albany, Ga. fi-20-4t have a few bargains in furniture.

the Fireproof Garage and Is making -I this service. We learn no much --- -I 1 Good stock Harness and Hardware. We can save

his home with Mr. and :Mrs. !M. through the innocence and purity of AGENTS WANTED-Men and worsen -
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and children, .
Leviton. little children. We muHt become as a you money.
trade retail
t and
to handle city
.
and Hugh Brownlee, Jr., are spending j
little chaild, said the :Master, beforewe Watkins''
i and
the< original genuine
the week at King ley lake.
find entrance to the '
Tanlac overcomes rheumatism! by can products, remedies, extracts spices, 'j HULL'S STORE
toning up and invigorating the system Let tw nut be guilty of tty kinlllom'l toilet requisites, household 1 specialties 'I'| y ,')
and have
Newsom
Ray family moved t
flitted, in the gt of (' '
thereby enabling/ them to'elbnin-( 1'8 automobile accessories, etc. '
out on what is known at the Knight f-"Wfe :'children.Our tmi4mClQmIDmmmmmmmmmIDmIDtQmminml6mmmmtammmNNmmmmallkD7lmt) /\ mRmIDYlm)! ',
mate the poison. from the body, Tur- trainijijejf\) race Over 1J50 guaranteed produ<'ts. Our i l

farm ner's Drug Store, Stark -"' \. -j-\ "frfoves forward on the feet off littfe values are unequalled end Watkins i 1
children." "Suffer the little children I IIIDomanoommrcwrotttutDmIDaIfOmmmClwmmwmm-mmmmmmmcmnfPmtDw(: ImmIDmidmmlOutlc\ \
Proof of the pudding is in the eating quality Is in a class by itself. Write
The regular monthly meeting of the Ito come unto me and forbid them not,
thereof. Thousands praise Tan- I today for free sample and full details CEDAR LINING FOR CLOSETS ;
for of such is the kingdom of (leaven"Huw
Pturke Ministerial> Union will he held
lac. So will Turner's Drug Store of our offer and what it means!
,Starke. you. i iIf at St. !Mark's rectory next Monday\ ut I| shall they know how to come to to you. The J. U. Watkins Co., Dept I I7S Protects from moth is leas expensive than a cedar chest i il) '
10:30 The ministers of the vicinity Him unless we teach them ? ,
: a. m. -..
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( Tenn. 5-12-41 ,
Memphis, and garment easily accessible. What want is not
every you
,
The will have his
are also: cordially invited.. pastor a" subject Fat
you feel tired, worn out, nervous _________________________ a. ih L the evenlr1'A! Poor Excuse 1i the bottom of the chest. See cedar samples at our office. 11;

and a.I unstrung, take Tunlac. It will Arthur Williams left Wednesdayfor Worse Than Non*." Rain or shine, BOY \WANTEDi! Lumber has advanced about 10 per cent during the last

Store straighten Starke.Dr. you. out. Turner's Dru; New York where he will attend, sleet or snow, the pastor I will he i two weeks. BETTER BUILD NOW. We have several 4 A'r
'' there.
the reunion of his wartime division, car loads in our yard bought and which we will sell at the
the 27th regiment of :New, \oijf. Somewhere in this fown, ,IK one boy
J. J. Bullen is assisting Rev.
old .
CARD OK( THANKS who is a "tro-iretter"
Boyer of Lawtey to conduct revival Miss KarlpylM'ffiTii' popular younu; ', .- I grit and ambition, and ,uhiolutelv hon-
services at the Baptist church of Law- iVftldo and :Macon has been We' wish to l will he Lumber Company Starke Fla. '
lady o ,.,. express our sincere fRt. We want that I"y. U<,. ,
tey. thj jjtiest of Miss :Margaret ekle for thanks to the many kind friends who1 _h\,only hoy agent in this toArn fortyio rntactmmmamtlsmmmlfiatmmmtnmmmmmmmmIDmmmrommmtilromlacnmmm mmIDmmmta 1
ril
several days..bulge : rendered service during the sickness ) famous :\!ovmVJoIHV: MAJ-1 I IZINK 1i
We and deliver 'em to i wt
clean
press and death of,our beloved father. We .\ He will ....** ii(ter school
you same day. R. A. Green attended the unveiling are thankful.for the words of consolation aftil I other nyttrfr'tfiiii HiM pay will hit DmwcmmmmmcmmmommmmmmmmmrommmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmW> / ( DDnf

i ceremonies at the tomb of and the beautiful floral otTer- what cakes it; beside)" line "prizes::
Hollis Knight who has been attending Clayton Scarborough, at EUys Chapelin ,: und/ "rnP.E' uweju .tickets \When he

the University of Florida for the Union county, Sunday, where he ings.Eli Hicks' sons and daughters.! makes /goad he will be promoted. If Starke

past term, is at home with his parents delivered the unveiling oration. you arc between II I and, I'J! years old, MillIllery'l I 41

Col.! and Mrs. D. E. Knight. HOWE YOHES HOUSE determined to "make luoII" and. truly

Steam is the life of your clothes. think you urp the boy for this job,
The lucky number i is 109. If Try it and see. Tuesday afternoon the well appointed then apply by letter to Mr. K. I r. Gilbert : -

you have it call around at Stern- residence of J. A Howe, on thu "Personal," :3rd floor, 11M West

berg's. :Mrs. J. L. Peek has as her guest :Midilleburg/ road, was burned to the .10th Str..et" .,N..*, Y rtf tgityT""rtivefull MRS. N. N. COLSON Mgr.

. her mother, :Mrs. Otwell of West ground. The cause of the fire is un details of any past selling experience 1

Mrs. Jack Jennings spent Friday at Palm Beach. Last week Mrs. Wilson known. Insurance will partly cover the ; your age, parent's full name STARKE FLORIDA
Gainesville with her husband, who is
of Jacksonville, also visited her sis- and business; your school grade and
watermelons for north- SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE:
there buying ter, Mrs. Peek. *,. at least two references atutatclaIDminmmmmmmt< IDmmmmrommmtomarm ,....... "
ern markets. ..... I
Better buy a whole box if that soap (In effect Aril 30, 1922)). I -

Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned Sun- at Hull's Store at 2 for 5c. That will SouthboundNo. $ ''to ti.
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s r- r r -i
day from Palatka where she has been be $1.00 less than the merchant can reaches Starke at 11:40: p. m. t

spending the past two weeks with her buy it.The. No. 3. 10:59: a. m. ;

daughter Mrs. A. V. Long.If No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4jC8 p. m. When You Pay By Check .,
U. D. C. will meet next Wed-
No. 15, Limited 2:15: p. m. ."
money is any object to you, you nesday afternoon at 1:30: at the residence 'II'
NorthboundNo.
will buy your hay at N. B. Hull's. of Mrs. J. T. :Moore In Lawtey. 2 arrives Starke 5:19: a. m. 5 5 YOU KEEP ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU SPEND.
Both the price. and l the quality are 'All members of the W. T. Weeks chap
No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. You know'where you stand.
right. ter cprdially invited to be present. No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 847a. m. -vi' .j ,' :7? 1""

No./ 16, Limited 5:55: p. m. '.
Miss Mona Alderman, who has beenattendinfl'
the Woman's College, returned Wannre Branch I
.666 Wednesday night from Tallahassee No..l1>1"J.a.ee Starke '7:45: a. ft., Without a Checking Accountyour '
No. 101 arrives Starke 3:13 p. in.
{ and will spend the summer vacation -
T. J.
Cures Malaria Chills and Fever, with her parents, :'>Ir. and Mrs.G. GRIFFIN t
It kills W. Alderman. Agent. money keep.di.appearing:: in driblets and much of it can not be accounted -
Dengue or Bilious Ferer. William C. Horning-, of Brooklyn N. '

the germs. 666 quickly I relieves Colds, Con Y., who has been spending a weekwith' for when you check up.

stipatioi',1' liousness and Head. returned hi i home.niece Mrs. Ada Sauers has I :


HOW'S THIS ? aches. A F ne Tonic.o Owing to circuit court business ,I We invite'you to open a checking account with u.. ,

HALL'S CAT.\nnH N5DICrvE' ter" Clerk Alderman has not found time
4.) What w. clam for \\t-rld. your by.YUen ca-.. Worm In a n"althy Child to bud_ in the minute of the commissioners' !BANK OF STARKEPaying '
.
('atarrh tmnfclM I with Worms hove BO un.imprw
tare W. d"ornteare"ommo"ndU, fur SOY ,VII chilil.-rn May;meeting. They will appear -
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.dreu. dl ..... a
I. a .. ..ri in our next litlre.'
rifflSS'SATAIUlH MnDlCXKB: rule, I"' .. m"? "r l sac atumrch f..
Int..rn..I1)and ,JUT.uTEL CHILL TOt'oIC 1&N.6.Ju'. Paying by check is easy, by check is safer
ll.iuld. taken the im.Po "S'.rfiiieiTof' ( '" -,. '.h wl-! .....
the blood .57..m. : ur
s the .y.tem.upon thus ra.l'iolnir tho lu Inll""I'j"tloa n?.. ,''arty t"th.dlilMti.n,aDd act...g..ISIT..h. Cures Malaria, Chill, E. SI! MATTHEWS Pres. GEO. C. WHITE, Cashier
Ii..un", Nature 'h
and 666
rningT.mh"-torhewhnlaayat.m. Nstarow1! Fever Bilious Fever
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"ndIUon. .
normal'
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'hrnwo.lo\ e'" :" .L - - - -
Aj
Circulars If Colds and
F..AU:I.Dr""lIt.t.Ch.y:0,. fr..Ohlo. : ;.areyl-e5e.!'R Pkwattotats s rte LaGrippe. - - - - - -


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mUntORD,, COUNTY TBUE'SRaPK. STARKE. .IIHlII.\ FRIDAY JUNE 2, 1922 '

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i "ar Taxu.Dac11JU.n I ,' Tate

:NOT I Ii I. I > .... R. T. A.: Owner & I ....t' I 1),1". S.C. It \'. A.. Owner & Ira
lid, J Ianda. ,rill !ho at nuotiott --. .. ._- -
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'i "ui1' ,11 I IN; Hint I J1.'Lf. : (he. I .i '"'f'a"I",,, ,. >:,hn n1o' and?.f day Ilurula 0[.. .'.. 'U month mneh, :,,furo r the lwu I' about e".II':2 A A t In $NWCor Eof NE.. W4V'-.. I 11.0\\ I.! N!:1\:,,,,,;I'n\l<-'j-0' :' II ,; ',R. _.___._.J 1,1:: 6 112 III l0 An. Was IYUR. t: _-......_n_._.... 9.09.
U llvi'l
I. "I 1 :Stnilin,, in <,;n du' ;"r t": t u1U" >". >N .. ; ," ..,''h. wl h of of N E)4 f I ,,1 lit \\,11"0. -_ -- _-.I'I r. II 10 Men. D 0. T.bor -- __.____.__ Y.7out
'OJ "jmy-.'."the.Xt.lfllf'amount' l:. : IL'n.I Culko ..J'.f.Jo41 !} : of :-I:' I I. II'' In Wonnunn -------------U D III 10 S M Chul'Ohlll rti' __.__n_______ 2 GII

"" .in. . .. .. .. I I"j 0'1' NW 1's N 160 ri ..r EI I ..f T .... 7 N 8 In Wuodlllwn r-18 D 12 10 W H Roblnaon -- -____-__.___ 2.f,9'
-- -.- SW, uf NWy4 &N1 iteSEy .6 In Wo..0I1a..n18 8 23 60 1 J M William __ __'__-____'___ Il.70'
i Coin. = of NW'rt rl 11% If"NW"A ..t hot 11: In Wllodlawn _.__- -..14 S 88 5 Leonard A Wilson --.---________ :!.:,0

U. T \. } of SE'S ---.___----_ ..- --- .::10 5 21 ]1111) W Elury :Davie __ ____________ 3Ml \ LIp '19 4'' 42 In Wo4o.dlnw. --.-14 S _2 B6) l' II RImOkmoeebY -- 1.0
___.HracYlp. : UII NISI of SE'.& ___________.,__ ___ .36 6 21 40 'r J :nc.oe, __ ___-_______.____ 11.60 N"J ot Lot 12 W.JOdIR"n n ________14 8 al Cll\e --------------.1'-____n_._ -- lA8Iot
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Y 1.,;'. d' .". :, ,, : H 1 I.J Wtllla Andrown .-n. ......_____u- 21.07 SWtl#:' :of of ,'r'CJi'sWii--:::::::::::81 : 21 21 "49 0 f.:s Goodwino:: "::-:::::::::::: 7.61): :0? Ii 446 0 7 II...9 W'Ai 10' 11 ot IJ Lot 2S 226 112 ..

a :[ J I ,'. ", 10 40 T L W11IU -- ---.-..--- .----- 7-s9 'Kti\: < of 8E'8 111 40 J It bioCluntbn ____ ___.u____ 11.87 nil Lola 6800 \11 In Wwd .

:. of i n 'E''" of NE ____.__ ____n_______ ._ 0 8 21 80 Robe,.. \bvrnaLl1sr _.__._____ -/..711N' : In"n ____.___ ___ ..._ 1 ______lS 0 II 1/1/ 'I' D Hamb __ ____.___________ 88.97.I. .
t .w ,r I r NlA 1 7 10 100 Walllo Crew ..____...______ 111.61 !j & NWy4 of 8EVf .." nl 8J.or! Lilt 40 .. ----of!
I. -- 3 7 10 '1"0 ,j v KdwHrda .. .___._.-_.___. 31.117> :." tWr- ___ __ _ _10 6 21 110 RO1e$. Aborn..hsr __ ____ 16.82 lot G2 In Woodlnwn: ________._11 6 al 20 J B Rowe :-- ________.__.___n_ 13.08
I I ..r :,I7 N', I .:10 7 iv ,a I R Hallhi-ooli Rat _. _.__.. 7-W ti swi< ___________________.__11 6 III HI' A.It AIvarya ____ __ _.__u___ 16.S1 I.u16I. I50TB II 12 14 111 18
a "r -I--. I _. :: 71'l u, Mra J'l...r..n.. Varnadoe ..- --- ?i-JO NWu1 0 r !I'm',) __. ______._._.:17 6 411 R H Blnlth __________-_ 1.8 17 IH22nll:11140424: : 4A51 ,
Ir r _t., 1 .....__ .____.. t2 7. 111 '|p1 Unknown ......_.__._-_._.__ Lot n & "SLry" of Lot 7 _.____ _______2D 6 lit ,1) R 1-1 Smith ____??_._::---:-- 7.119r. 58 iii Ill j'l I Woodlawn __-____._18) II II 2811 T 18 Ii.ntb,. ._ ______n_______- 14.80
.d :, \\' sw ....... 9 4 ot f.ao 8',;' ._..._____::47 6 It N,4 R 1-1 Smith _?____.___________ 14.78 Lot 32 111 WllotJll1wn ________-___.-10 6 II 10 D G Wllkol'llO" -_ -- -_____.___ II.U
f :. MWUr1'&kWt1)' )n A of NE'iM W'1' &. lop 8 .. 4 or Frau SJJ\4..28\ II 21 :'lilT R 1:1 Smith __ ___.__.._______. 66.48 1.0' 37 38 III WoodlAwn .__._16 II 220 B A Paw _u...___________._ 4.86
r .aIl r ; A of 13 7 19 87 8ovo lIIo Ktle ___________.__.. 13.64 S't' I.r SW% SWI4. uf 5141 ____21) 8 :t1 1211 1t It Warren __ ____________ 21.87 Lola Ii 6 10 11 H 21 22 27 '28 3bI
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'!., ..' ,lt .. --- ---- ---- _._________.. 4.08 \ .111 H Smith __ .__.____________ 1.6 .
.-' ; .... IS 7 1II ".'0 A .0 (IwW"n. _. \I..I. lit SEV ._________n.__.____. .211 6 21 81 I :)5 38 a7 38 .. N', )1 Lot
r !! 1 ; "; .. NEt --.- .-18 7 ID, 40 Ain C 8 nunll __n__. .'.D8 w I J oOf NW"---- -82 8 III "i' 11 U W.r.." -- _u._________ -..78 89 11 nil Lots 49 41 44 48 48 111 a
', ot 14 .- ----- '- : .. ....ii ,., t" of ;; ;; ri InBE
JiJf' -- ttl 7 I* 10 Mae ...... Lot or E11 1)12 Cx-l n2 Iit: 6A 117 61 62 68 In Wood.
W ,1 01 ; / ( "- -- 8 21 .8 R 11 SmlLh -_ __---______.____ 16.08 111\,1I __ _n_ ._-.-__..__-_11 I 22 1811 T 8 Hlunb .- .----.-------- 53.35I.t.
1 ) : Vn AN4, i- wof _ww'iV __ ., ___18 7 10 __ _______.. 88.45 Leta 1 IC 2 aOOi.-. .(wfr--i--swr-82 J, H .. N'J or Lup 19 22 -
I i J 11\\\ NEthW 7 W 200 Unknown Varavlos ... .. 14.78 of IjW'. ______________________38 6 11! 45U R II IImlth __ __ _._______.____ 81.07 2:1: A all Lola 2r. 211 4 : ot

d I YwM4 1'1" ,, *., tolE'' ; ft J--n-----n-1.1 of liver_...--------14 7 7 1 10B 80 80 i lltiivo Mra Klori'noe K llue -.- --..--u.-.... ,..:a N low 20 I 1.1\h of Lot: frxu 8 __NE'_: -.,._::::::::::gg : n Ig 6) I'runele#:1,1. 'Lend D r. u"'r Co. _:-:::::::::: aus Lot ::11 11 A all lot 54 S2 36 88 60 41'67 41 464A 60DI .

_, .. SEC/ofrASWN'!: : of sii / -__.___._________las 20 4Do M Unknown C Kaulonon<< -- -.. --------.---.----.. 4.08 Lut II x N 20 A 11& .n loOt 4 ______8S 6 11115 H H Smith ______________ 22.711 gg 40 :t r: \Yondlawn18 6 22 180 T B Uam\l\ __ _._. __.____:___._ 40.U8J
r 1.At
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I Lot t N'tt NE"q of Lot & all 80 Wt1Iof
%%
"IWW!\ of NW' .. NW"! ot S II 10 10 Treat Co. of Flu __;: 7.891\ 4 ro'N W' 1 1 Loi. : J''r i'I or Lot IIII Woo'Iliwn; --.----_t8 II 22 10 Unknown .: _. ._________.__ 7,89Lnp198450781)
.. __n38 nailM
.. 40 -
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of river ; 8 10 81) C RMueraon .. ......____.. 14.71 I r'ao 8'\1 N .C ----------------$6 6 11! 1:9 R If Smith ._ ___.u.__._____ 88.27I ) 163830BI
w'A of & NE4! ot NW'.4-- Lola I 2 3 4 6 iI8 rrRG Sua.ax 88 84 88 8'1' 81 88 80 &.
or E4of
__ ___ __.. 7.81)
11:'w tat N"4" _-_. _n_..... ._ 3 6 9D0 ]Mm M K Clark.. .n.. .-. ... 4.03I I NS. Dr N'f. "f NE'fi __._______ 1 1 21 nl Rif IImlll\ ___.___________ 81.13! Lot 40 It N'4 ot Lop 43 H
... ot NW\' E or rlr.r ____--- 2 0 20 en. J Uuwline I F..c NE", ..___-_____-________ 2 T III 182 It If Smith __ ___._________.. 38.111 all Lots 48 46 61 82 11& Slit ot

n ''.N4'4Wf or nub&e road* nil A ail AW or "/tE:of8EV '4 I: Lola VritO IWa''a' : 4 SE-}-,-_::::::::-::_:--:: : 7 7 :t 216 818 f: Il :::m,1t _:- _=:::::=::=::: ggI: Lot Lot: 64 67 In N Wouliuwn" Lot. __.!_:&-_.all--_19 II 13! 2111 T n nllmb __ __m________... 50,06I8

N of mill branch _... ---II 8 20 70 J P Dowlln _____,________. ___ 18.DC1I1"j All SIS'/ Sof1A1Ny&NEV4of Lola 17 In Woudlawn 22 Arthur Groan __ 0,37Leta
!: of VW l A W'of NW" SW';, & : of SW'4' & ::: 1110 I In Wu.xtlnvn ::::::::::1: g 21 ::8 D b' Allmt -- ____:::::::::::::: 7.67:

15 of rlvpr -__- ., -._-. __-..-- -.- -11i.'w 8 20 100 Mm M E Clark .. _____.._____ 18.61 of NW'I' t8-W; & Luta {.Il Loin :U 8 47 80181416,417IN
''I of 11I11:14: $ all 4E':' ot NE ::1 I .r NWI,4' & Lu I or frllo W' 21 22 28 2n 26 27 :28 ::14 W'iI

A of McKinney hranoh .._ ---12NE' 0 80 In Loo Thonmi ____._:___-_- 11-47 ut NE'S Iylnll 1'1 W ut Cornelia of Lot 33 In W.IIawn __._.___20 II 22 20S T B II"mbS' __ ___________-____ 87.47
,' of 8W'4' __ .-- ----. _111 6 20 Ham 111.1 W. mown-.. --- --. 1.811 ft.; o piaL ofCity. "....."lIon W9 of NWV, of SE'4 10100 com atNC
t of 8WA. StOih of SWV ___16 6 20' HO Parker __ ___________.___ 1<," I -= -'- 200 R 1t Smith ._ ___.__._ 117.118M" Cur or RW'I' or NEti SW', .811 I'arker .__________.__. 7.BO ex l Iotunt.s.,,(,J ____ = .__ ._ ._:_ d 7 21 -
of N ':" 22 20 40 A W rde thence S 60 rdeW
I< NW'4 liE', ot !NEti", : ::::-:: :::::::_:;'-::22 II 90 40 Johnson. Kelly .--......___ ti.'u Iota" A"A B II gab auh div llv of ot J.ot L..t I & :: i:3 rlm .I o W Ilne of wthl:;

8'Xi of SW'/ of f SIC'4' !: -__ ___ ...-22WVi 6 20 20 Abrnhnin. Kulloy .. ...___...... 4.P3 j 1ota A & II sub div of Lot a 8 &" Forty. thence 8 20 rda 10 S line ofrJa
I I a of NE-W{ A SW'/t' of SEViA 1.01. A & II sub div flf Lot 4 said Forty, thine. 80thanon
.' Y\(, of Vfcli{ of SII:\4 .___.___23 8 lilt 100 J T Rea.,", __ ___ ..-_... n____ !".C1 IlIk 1 ale IIHml..nn Cily __.____ot__ 4 7 21 R L Farrell .-.--------- 6.23r. N 811 n/x/ to b.E" __._____-::23 II ,13! 110 fnm; n.llln""r _______..;.____ 1161
B'4 of nW' et 1 A In !NE Cue. I ....,.. A II C F & Lot II or Blk 10 E' ot NWh of RE'4: ________ ______29 a III 10 Jnmel l'rlnce __ ________-_____ 4.68
..______... 'IO! __._ __..___ 1473Frnalir W E1 hnL" ___. 2.SS
for ohnreh. -- .28rTH 70 Oeo-Kellw Fit 111 lIo..n l'1 ty ______.___. ----- COIn at NW C..r of 8WI. ot NE"A .
of 8W.V\ ._ ___.________-__?* 8 28 MO K"ll... __________.___ >J 71Joaeuh Slit Ov, F; It I) 0' Lot I A Huh 4 7 21 run E OR 1.8 rde. S 60 rda.
Sty of NE" of SE'0 2U 20 Si, rrhk., _. ___-....__.-_- 4.0,1: Plv A B C D or Lntlit hilt 16 W 68 1.11 r.ie. N 6'1' rde In brit _..22 8 22 211 Unknown 11.21
I' 98 In Sampson CITY ___ 1 a RHIII.non -- .__._u.__. 11.7UII.s 11:1'4': ot SW1i' ox 2 A In NE Cur _2:1: 8 22 HII .J : 4_ __.______________. J4.H
Lot 1 of Blk m In Now River ___.34Fraa 8 98 J 8 Thiinma .. __._______..___ 1.11 14C1214mali RIk 8n 4 1 21 "I I4 lOt 4111' fOr f-IW' __-__-._.___23 II 22 10 Wnltci utl.t ____._?____,... 165
88 lot II & 'iota 10 12 11 U 182'1' ot F.'. of KW'/a ot $I Et1 ____.22 II 22 10 WJ 81.lIlnll' -______. 4.U
t Blk 4 \In. Now River ___._.___24 8 20 Unknown _____________.___ 1.47 ll1k) 6 46 all Blk 7 ex I""A 10 11 W 76 fl ofJLnt Ii ot ilk 4 town ofLuwtey .
28 11)21& Iola 124 ofIlk 8& W of fly ._ .. ____-_23 S 23 'V L Ovo..I..t __ ____________ 4.83
Lola 8 ft of Dlk 7 In New River ..14 II 20 Unknown -_____.__.___ 1.11 Lola 2II4of AIk0& Lots 24of Lots J 2 .f \hilt U town of Lewlvy

28 I Nit 10& Lota24of Nlk11A W or lly ._ -__--__ --:_- ______ II 22 D L I1lnnoha..l _. _____________. 19.00
f Lot: 1 of Blk S In }New River __.__..34 8 20 Unknown ------------.--- 1.11 Late 2 ,lor IIlk 12 & Lnta 2 4 .t Com .t NW eM ot StlltO I'It' A: _
13 IIlk 1:1: &I.ota2441 N 1/1 & 8ub./J \ I.llko awe
t Lot 11 of Blk 10 In New River _.__24 8 IB Unknown -----------.--- lit Hiv A U ot Lot 12 ot BIk 14 tllalnt l1u fL 10 a p1 or Lea
28 I l.uu24689I112& 8uh Div thence IV lit rlllh angles o8tnte

l..ntI/ of Illk 12 In Now River .___24 8 U Unknown ------------.-- 1.11'1 A II 0 "t hut 1 lint lIIk III tO .t 1011 ft 'h.nc" N 1 fl.
I tlwncr E Mt right MI... toSlno
t 13. nil IItk 16 ex Sub Div A II C 1)of Ion
Lot 8 of talk II In New River ..__24 10 Unknown. --------------- 1.11 I'' lot 2 J' ot Lot I It Stab l ntmut. 11111 ft. thence 8 alon"
23 Div C H .t Lot I I.otI/ or W aids ot stole tat I ft 10 lhut .
Lot 11 of Blk n In Now Klvef .___21 8 20 Unknown Lit IIlk )7 & Iota 8I/ ot IIIk 13 oIIt 1: of.y.I'n In bunineae Lop In ,
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Lola I A II of Illk 10 In New 24 1..111 66of lJlk lit A Loin 66Bof .t ,, fly __ __ ____:__.____23 II 22 Unknnwn" : __ ._____________ 9.60
ltiw e ----------------------2 t 8 10' Unknown --..--------- 1.11 lilk 211 A IIlke 20 210 311 8J 82 Cum .t Halo) tot In I.Rwlol' A runS
Lot* 1 A 7 of Illk 2A In New 28 :1:1: : :14.II 86 37 36 810 !n Samp on W aide ot S18"" .L IUO ft. ,

River ., _. _- _-.-21 6 20r Unknown ...___......___. 1.11 A..n City\ _-______n--__ 4 7 21 n H SnltlJ, .... ____?_______ 23.71 \0 a lit ot Lea. Ih..u W At rightnnvive !
Lola 10 A 12 of Illk 27 In Now 24 I Ln 1nr Sub: Hlv "t LotI\ or Blk \0 1I'"lv at lop ft h.ncu

River ---------21 8 20 Unknown ----------- 1.11 1/1/ In lIunpoo" City ____.._____. 4 T 21' It A Thomu" ... _..._...._?___ 1.11 S & rlfor"I1.1 with 8\01 .t 4 tt, '
Lola 5 i --lii-.Tilil 24 In 21i Lta A II C Sub Dlv 01'0 M.t 3 ot theme N et right Rllld.o0 Sotoet

Rlv.r --------------------------2' 8 U Unknown. _.________.__. 1.47 Hilt 8 In HRm.n City ____.__. 4 7 21 R H Smltb .- _____u_.__ 2.83 1011 fl. lhenru N .10011 W aide .
t A V un.llvl.M. lnlnm.t In tola 23 I Lola 910 Ion tea 10. & 1..1. A B ot 8taite .t 4 ft 10 the It or beg

.1 I 8 A B of Illk 21) In Now ltiv.r.-VI 8 20 Unknown ____-___-__._- 1.12 C D "Sub' IJlv ot r."t J & nil k on In buinma Iota In Luwtuy. W ot .r
81 eidu T.u1 lb Blk 8 In 111' _________--_-_____________23 6 22 t"nknowR .. ________-___._? 3.08 "
I.ot 11 of RIV SO) In Nrw Rover __24 6 20 Unknown ................ 1.11 S i, : lIo'I'' -_ ___ __ I 7 21 n II Smilh _. _....:.._.___ 8.13 Mere 117 121128 S 2"
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Ix>l. 1 .1 A (A of I-'rao Illk 8111\ 21 I I Lnt 12 of Hlk H In Sam".on" -Clty-- 4 7 21 11 SlntlR -- --__._____ 7.5U One lot I lOG rt F N W hv alo ftNABInSWL'orofLmlO ,

New 1 River _._. ...24 6 211 Unknown .. 1.47Unknown but 1 Sub Div A Jt C or Lot 10 < .
---- ------ -
Lola 7 A 12 of Ulk 02 In New 23 I; A Sun"' Div C D of Lot 13 ot Blk Town "r I.RWloy. B or Ito __- _n________ W F Godwin __ ______.___._._ S.U

River -------------------------2 6 20 _______________ 1.111 Sul In Snrnpaon City 4 1 21 R H Smith 8.11 i.n11110 W ft N A II hI' 400' It E& ,. H. u
2R Div A U of Lot i &-s; bi;; -.r-------- In NW ('or or Lot 211) town p1.dof

4wc 1ot 1 of nlli 13 In New River _.,_24 6 20 Unknown ................. .04 A Ii C I) ot Lot 2 '" Sub Div 'l.uwtuy. B ot HI' _h_.----__________ Aln SY .T Chandler __ __________ F. ,
21 A II ot Lot 4 & Lop lOa 11" & 211 ex 1 1ul ll1U ft N & S bl'

/ b AM llIr 43 In New River .-_-_21 8 211 Unknown .. .. _____________... 2.00 IV' of Lula A 1) A Lola C UR 400 ft F. & W In NW Cur own fl1 f
r .' SWi/i" ex 1' In NW Cur #. Huh Ulv of Lot 1g & Lota or LAWl\1' F or lit ---- -------__----_- Ms Annie Lou Godwin ------ 81. it

for: aphool 20 AB Wallace Nedd --.-__. i A II lot 21 aU in IIIk 17 In lot 26 town If aI. try F of RY ------------ '1.1..10 Thomll. -------___.____ 2.5,1,
RE'4 of SK" ---J: :: : = : :::: : gl I N t1) of Lot town of I.nwWy.: Eof t j
20 40 10 W Kilwnnln ........ Snmpaon City '- 4 7 21 R II Smith -. --- .-.--___ 11.11 .
y : lot.,", and NH, of lot 11 ..__.81 8 20 1211 W .l-inholatvr. Jr ___________ 21.H7 Lt 8 of Blk IN N ------j-.. ;' Cur; 1..140 lIy -- Lawt-r---..___. __n__________ Wllaon It MllAon ____-_____? I 1 J
S NF 4 of NVi/! !' .82 A 211' .111. .J'1' R.'avn .. __-___________._ 7.0"! nt 4U and Loui. Stneta In Lot I..n or ot n" ._____________ FennIe HtArineonnoeon ______n____ I.' "
HKlj of NI"i A NKM' of AN't __.32 6 20 MO I II J O tirren .. ..........__-. 14.731 j jJ Nnmpxon Ili) --- 4 1 21 R lP Smith 2.S3 fill 10\Yn.,of Iou tvy E of fly ..__._.____ 0 II K"UINI __ __n_______.__ 4 ;7 ,
W '1a of NK'f: A NW'',', A NlJ! of All 1 Itlk, 4:1: S or SLli"; in E NWy4 fsW: of NP:4j: _____._.___,2J 8 i; III C I[ Churchill 0.S" j

'I+ HWM' It NW 'L of SKVi ... _31 6 211 809 T Roavea .- __._____._______ 85.01 and of 8nmpeon City' 4 T 21 It II Smith -- ---.-------- 2,83 SFI 4141 I' of Itiof. N SWf -_____..____.26 6 22E JI 0 Jlob RVera) -r _n_____________ I 57 '
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Wt., ot SWI'E'' /, of SWlj _-84 A 211- 120 Si'liiBtn Slerrieka All 141k41Nof SA CRF: '&WWW ( t ot' -. ;; U D 10 A l'alll .- -. ---.------___.____ I"Kln".I'y I
71 sV'1tNP: ; .._- -M_---- 2 1 20 PW iMnaa Willmum .. ---------"-_.-- 23.20 ,'nll or snmti.un City __-__.-____ 4 1 21 Rlchll,1 fisher, __ _____ 1. 2,63 Al 8N14 NW'_ ; E: ,
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road _.___
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6 A In SW 4 7 21 _
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Foy or PEI. -___ _-____.u_ 8 7 20 80' K II Andreu __ ___.n__........ 14.73 6& Sub Div A 1\ C f) F. F ot 4Ii1 N'\VI\ \V ', 1''F ----- 111 C S Durtlna -- __n_________.__ 4 ,
B'h of SXj of Lola 7 A M ----- ---- 7 7 20 41) T W WIIUMI .. _______.__ 1.16ot Lot 1 of IIlk 19 & Sub Plv A Nty( 0'-:r of :t, .__._.._.116 II 22 JI C C 1"I'\.t _. _..._?________ / a
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Ix.t 1! _.___ 7 1"20 1111 A A Union" .. __n__________.__ 2S.17 I Sub Plv Allot Lot 2 A Sub Vl4j ;
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Two A In SK Cur of Lot 11 A V4 Hub Div A B of Lot 1 or flit 26in ----------------------_____ D D3 I" Rho.lce S IIfeQI-n I 'I
NFP4: or r -- ---------
A In 8W ('"" of Lot 12 .__. 7 1 211 2 S V Amlreii .. ____._.__..... 1,47 I IMm City---------------- 4 1 21 It 11 SIIIIIIt ----.-- 4,8Sub 3 NE" W NW\o\ & all NW'. or "
N'<, of NK': ', A SW", or NKV 8 7 211 120 Knle Huron .. _._._....._. 4.0,1 rrvmo'n ;;, It 9of \0 lIur"o, nr. lIy ex 3'y A oold j

4 NWM\ A Nil', of 8W'4' ex I A In Ilik 8 In lI"m.oon, City _,.____ 4 7 111 n L Farrell __ __.__.____ 1./1 Jano' Itobh.on Martin. 1 A to Mary I
SB Cor for'arhool .- R 1 n'l 11111 A B Shnw .___ __________.__ e6.4S Cum In 'nlf.r ot US" I,' R" track SAcorn -- -- ------ ----__ G 23 10. D Da-I. -- -------?-.--------- 1" ,l; "I'
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2 A In SB I'nr..t' 8W' of Sw"'.! A" I from Macon Ie 41 from 1'"lIilk.. cif Mmiry of NWq' 1

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? thence W
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Com 817 ft from the far of C n Ii 1127 ft. W 781 ft. 1'1 OI914 ftIn line ot end. right IIn..l. 10 N .
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SW II RI' way .nld
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0 way run N 274 ft. right ot wny 857 n. F 81< Nf 0' NW' NWi.--26 uorry -- ---.-------- --- 4.
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\ a 1,47 _____.__ -- -- 4t.211: 8"1
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L'1abl1 -& 2-of B 7 'V IV 'Yard -- ---- -________ 1.47 ';': of __lee8: .__ __A__In.. _10 1 21 37 I G Wine -_ ______.____ 1.80 ..,tt/ In Won.IIII"F ot "IE'. ;, --------2 II t 111 Unknown -- -? _________.__. r
Blk IG In Weep .. N'V'' Lou :3 lIn( II : 10 TU Hamby ___ _
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1"6 of'BlkTBTn"WarcTcihTI;: I '7 1 W l'lnhol..lMr it------ NWIS A W'4 or SWI A I WtSIVy-! WvndlnwnS..C'.4.f.U1 II I W C "ka -- --_.___.______ tLe
_8 A 10 of Blk 18 An Ward"Clly I RE'nt, AW'. ________________111 1 21 ::11I0 R Jl Smith -.' ---?-.-..---_--- 114.91 NW':. & or nr NW
Lot Rlk' ------1..._.._-___ a 1 90. 0 n Col.on -- --?----------- 8.10 NE'1 "t NEI/j ___ _________._____._11 1 21 4U II Ji Smith -- -----.---__r 7.60N' NWt1. r.'; SWt IW'1 r

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4.81 't .__ StYi
Iub 8 of Blk"lT"in, -HrnrdCify7. 7 II) R A Andrew 8.80'' ". _..._n'_' ___12 21 -- ---------_ 27.09 1'\ of :I < Eof\ SWI '
Lou 1 20 NW", 0' NW41 N34 of IIW\\ 811 A ytlu ot NW'' or SEI\ RF
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Lot D of Iflk : -- ------ NiAS'IA\ C14f9E O "E' N 8' .
tat I of l.w.....-'I--------? 8 1 2'1 W W" Ward -- -_--____ .81 NI-.I "f NWI of NRit ____ ______16 T 21 I" llurnnrd A. u. -- -------___ II.2J'' .or SW1. .9_____Sh88:: II e2 841 w I R dddllItn -. ----______._ 72
Hlk ill I In Ward ('IIV ..._ 13 T Stuwart ._ ._ ___ ____ 1.011'' WJ nt o S3 D 2 a ,,,
1'' L e I-of -- T 80 -- NBt1 .r NW' iINW!.. of N\Y\\. 80 n t NW' 'X10 1 NEil Cath.r" Jlrr _________ 8. '
lit }ink -Jl In ward City 5"jO ?' eo W W Wnrt -. --:-_----__ .Pl of NE'i' _,_____-_________.___.16 1 21 40 H S'h Spencer -- -------- 9.07 I of Sl' of NE' & 1y&of SoC
1 aq 4 umj 10 tna. City III"! g 7 /4SO I W 1-InholBtur Jr_._ --- -____ ..81CI.I' NW'4 ot SWI" ___________________J8 1 21 J"II !It Jokn 11 -- ----?-4?.____ 1.811 !1'. NEI & NWI'I N44 ofNWW1t
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W N 76 ft, S I : of AFf"I ._._____-________.____21 111 40 CL I' -- ----- ----.---- 14.'faI'I'I SE11.EL. A NIV' 4 of NW" {[
4 r'lf: :!lt. r7 fl''l N 240 n to be" : "t NW" __. ._____ 21 1 21 80 It H 'k --------------- 1.011 .-,____ __. ,___o__a.' M. 0er
SW O rM n.vlll ._ ___ 10.27 : & or NWii4Yl 'f 218Et' Smith -- -----.-.----- 14.78 I S 1 -- o. on K __ ___. ,
't71 Cum 88fr'l 1..: tar SW -Cor-o'e'8E- 872). -- -------- -- ot NW I 9Wl! ) >%W' of SEII\ ot 0 aumtnon ._ 10t. i) ,1
I' 01811I11. tat S\\/I/j & WS4 of SEI'! 1611 It II Smith N SL"t5F"f V
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A \ NW'4' or-9111'- ,'- -- .--____.___ a T 20 a P Mntheny __ _____.____._ 821 $1of- -NE'4- 'l NW'-4 A 65 W'n4 It W', A St 't "SI I
; .r fty _____ 9 A B Nhaw __ ___.___ deeded 1 by SF'I of SWS9 ; FEE'SBank !
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-- .._._______ A-Inxwi10
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:, ----1. 'I 1111 .e__.________ 7.011 1'1'8& IVtIof '
81 ..t 8W'' orf 8"U T 10 10 unknown: .. ____ _______ 223M NWLL of NK'i *'f, of NWVi R It Smith ._-._._._____ SEt, ox NW'1 I of :'
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ot 8tCh ,... 8 ot ____ 11 McKinney _. ____ 1.60! Lola 18 umliracl'nit"B 1. J J '
brans liran"h A W I :I% "O "II Smith __ .. ______ i o 1'oetavlllo 1. 8tron" L.Wm. ___________. 4.81
1. and S A to IJool"n I S&"o'f NB'" NTTv< ._ : j ?1 ?___ 21.87 N'', NE'
640 K L lllack ; rE' '
A Co .
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of Uluik 8a:0 .__ I
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W'I 9Ni't' f Ry _.I7 7 11'1' 84 111 I' lllIlh"n y __ H.H I All 4 24 83.77 \ i/'P 1.'kl\l of

Nln of hot I j't.NWH ky rhrhl..ot.----..III 1 90 80 11 L lows.-_______ 11.17 : ,, ot 'F-t'-i--wW-NWV i,4-- 4 22 200! R L Allt.Co. __.._______ 3310 )'h4;;' "" Ij WuoftY W'f of ofk b
sod low 1 0 way N'a! of ,; -n-2J 41) Nero
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NI' of lou l A. ( ) R L Block A. _
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NNVof: NEL-tax 11 l. 1 110 11110 L'nknson; -- -- -----_________. 80.15 A WV4 SEt* A NE>4 6AO R L Black .A _- -- .__XI__ .
N1'4. Nw''. .. NEiS'o: I If SN:t' _______________211 4 ?? 40 I'nknown' Co __._________ 7'.06 SE'4 ot NEI -. --8 II 23 an W J Jd.llnlltn .____-......119 21
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___ :91.04 8
.., tat jjfi---; 11! ---- --.----. 1 20 )411 3. H. Kolluy ._ _____.__________ 27.53 .IIIIIIIII -20 4 24 .. ;" of NWI. Wt4 ot 8Wj!iNI74pf 10 Rev S F Wolf .. ._?__..__. 2.HO
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NIVl '""" "" 41' E L 1 _._ 987
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N 20 ehna. NEVi A U.i'NW 453 Mrs Carrie B Wit- or NWI4 ---.- ____ Wm. E Ya iwrough __ _____ 46.10
60 alma K 211 ohm In j 22 StarlingJ _._____ 93.30 -------- 8 N
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W or NI' roe nt See. 23 NBV, ____________________ 1 II 21 40 10 R L S Lane ........_____ g,9n EI or y41Tt&oS .-'i ot SW4)1- A 22 11" Wn F.
Black _..
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tto E. 1:184 ft to .bug. .20 ,l .--.__35 1 1\1 14PP'1! Newborn .;: ___ 27.86 t31)4))4)ola 42 /96 44 49 50 61 64 of SE'pu -------__.- __ 8 29 ro' Tr'n"wn' __ __ ___ _
Wot' NN'' __ 2 II W E: __ 88 67 isI III 64: 84 64 Et, or 8 22 .
tatWtyEtat"ANELI7of ( a t1 !Griffx __ 4.0a 6.1 ft 6ft S'iV'4 ot -----------1 I. __ ___ _____ I'f
or SFot In Woodlawn ---------------.10 -II 22 330 T U Hamby. ___________ 68.81 F'o 01 01! S", ot 8w'6 6 22""Ut ,,Holm.n__ __ __:__.,,_
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Nh"L'U- II 11 10 C C Co..rt -. ----:.- 22.11 ''lot; 8I.in Wnodlawn _____ ___ .10 II 22 10 Unknown __ ___ _.____ 2.S0 Will ot Er' ot bE't I ot NW 22 .1 nA I'ow" ___
__ 3,60
SA !;14!: of N\\ 1, n 1 A In Lola 20 80 84 44 /748 SI 64 67I "' 9t 01 Y. -__ 8 22 to Homer Llvingeon

4 RIO' Car of NW' .f NWli' ____nil I 11 11 Mra Ann \V\ Sapp ______. I.no I I 1 M no 80 In Woodlerwn. -- -.------11 II 2" 120 T B nanthy .. ....._______ 2512 ., N\1 Kt.. --.--- -___ld 6 2a11 R A Themes __ _. __ 9.60
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of 20 W 11:1: 80 Mra Carrie B SW'\ FNld..ber
28 II II Ellery Davie ? _________ 4.03 : NW of Starling ____ 16.aj $
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McKlnney _________ 1603t i .:' of Wt. ot "SE' -I -?____._ 2.50 ot 1 2 E C Wright __
SW':0F'/ SEti .?-------------,28 a at 40 1I1.J, E Sapp __?_______ 7.W Kt.j NEVi A W>----t- A ot --'---___ I John 7.19 11
All :: of NWl A. NW t. "f SW lytof $wfVoot NEW A SE'I ofNWV NWof S Topln _. .

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R of river ___________. ...-?_311 II 21 1' T B Handler .. ____ 1.89 NEH N'4 of SSW1'oof NWVi &H\?! ot NE".I I. 23 2t Jula.Cdwln. _. 7.08
'IW'4 of NE -__ II 21 4" M... J E Sapp _______ 750" of %<* of S\Vt''. of SWU Wl.J \'ofS '4 SE of SE4! 21 C L Wllllntn. 7,69
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NEVi of NWVi > ___34 S 21 40 W B MeKinney .. 1.U of WVi of SEH A A strip 10" Aanl.
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S ..About7 A In SE Cor of : ofNE'i I of SEV, < W4 wirof* sEt mitre I ..nlInl acres.. --. 2tD\
A all NW'4 of NEVi\ Wof : : :
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e.... R. T. A. '" ,Talc Loa4* T.xro J f Rnx do ... __.__ ____.' l.00 iprll1By 1, In bat due ?.?._ -_ 91'1"' I .
I r Dcftcrlptlon .... R. T. A. 0'0. .. Coat* .. _____ ---
N ZIO ft. W 818 -'-- NsmenlChildren __ __ ..P/ amt a..I"." __ ________,14 1. .
r sIof.rtE816fttobee4I'1, ____......-__. 8.0/ ,
Lot 1 of Bile 1 In Lincoln. City. Marlh. McDonald d___.___ ____ 1. to bal dm .______ __.___78 ,
] .Vf TsrfvT"-"::'"21? 6'II! 3 M", H" ____ .____ In S''... of SBVi\ W of Ry ________82 6 S3 MarY Fnuriar .. .___________ 8.39 B C d _. AerloulteralFund- _) '
I 5.411 -- -- -- ------ -- I
I ; ii-21 K, II ( "h.u, ___ Lot 6 of Hlk 8.In Lincoln City i K : : =.. I April 1, to bat due .._ ....._.
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.. t in, MO a u.u 9.5U In aj; of SE'i W of lly ..____._32 6 S3SI IMM Clark .. -- ...________._ 2.80 BM\ r 4.1) i
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,"( I "l: I ? \;wct"t'o. 0 <;Goodwin Lola" 14 of Hlk 18 In Lincoln City ._ _..-. .______ By amt collected ..__...-.__.____... Mm 1

'?, ,, .of., NEVi of SWVi: baunUudv In SUj of SKH W of Ky{ _______.82 < Annie May Hamilton -_ -_______ t.80 do ______.__..___.___ |
I v __ 21 0 22 1 Snrnh S'jj of NWV, of NW alao bolt atIlnr011hWofNY6run Mn Mary Tyro d. ______ ________- 4.00 May 1 to bal dUD _____________.__. 8&- 13 .
,; \ ,"'m Mtnaeour. of Ry whvvy Soott, .. ._. 0"0 ft Mia. Tom Dyal ______u____________ 5.00 loom Head and Bridge
I i her uf Sro 21 running S IB dtfrreea, 4 2nO ft, thenc Mra 1".1 Rlitdon do ................ '.00 April 1. to baf due u.____ _____.___ 08812 t
litI en'sun A run N on Kyi W IB dent*, ** to W line of 8r.. Kate 0In..40 ___._________________ 1.00 Sly amt anl.ote ..________?_. ____1480 14 ,
,,," "num.. K at right anitlva to 110. thonro N to NW lor of SW Carrie .___-_____________ a.OO
Itv i 1'i nut. hair info lino thonce of NW',. thrnco K to bee .88 8 S3 26 Unknown .. .. .... ...._____.... 12.18 Rachftl Malhnur do 6Ofl May 1. to bal duo ------ .._..7841- M
,b, ,. -21 0 10 R M N'Jt.-"f 8Nti Of g\vy A NEVi ofItW'1 : Liuio Hall do -_::;::::-:::::::::: 10.00P : County ;hci-- ;i''

I I,,' ,r, it" on .S---I-I----r--N-,. & Jnun __ ________._____ ,.?? ___--__.___.__________88 0 S3 .0 0p foa .. ._________________ 19.18 S lass do '_' _"--:________?____ 3.00 April I. to bal due --?--?,_____.__.1HB62.M '
,, nli, on N iiitlo of B'ii uf : i"II|| -; "f It 2 E In Temple' NE'. .f NW14 ex 9 A NW Mra ttiilh Shwky do ._____._________ 8.01 -
.b" Uix lot in NE Cur: of aainvft !fir ---------------------3 S2 81 Mrs F.r..U B DUOO ___.._____ 17.18SE ''' Amanda (Canndy do -_ ...______ 2.00 May I. 'lo but due -._. _______ ...-.UM4.K l4
j't "riuatu -22i 0 1:1: 2 Roto !: or NW. Elo.t( 8Wi? or Mr It H Kuan do ________________._ 0Mm Catinly, Pal'
of uik of itPf 2] & WMi; WflH.me ._ _. _.._______ 8.70SO NW% .._... ._._-..._.: -. .83 e 23 80 I 00 IlIftll' __ ____.___._________ 10.11) Mnrtlm Cntlln do .___.________ 8.00 April I. to but due ----L-----1 ? 808.0" j
; KII, 1 J..r R aE&RIO"4o' a A In SW Coo of SWM of NW Mol| E Thom do __________________ 8.00 Uy amt collwtml ___u.__ ..__.___. 71.00 ,I ,. ,
Itlk lNofR2EAlriw.e. W of Hv ___ ...____,6 S2 8 Kinlf Clmnillpr: ..__ __________ 4.88 C A Kniitht Min.r roc __._____ '_"__ o.OO
D1kISoff2E&N'I \, or SWW Nt., of SW'4 x 2 A 1 In John) Neck janitor __ _.___.. -.... 25.(0W May 1. to hat ,--------------o I
1 oflBkl Sof K 2 E A N'4utW1 '\ NE: Cor A o ,. of Hlk 1 S of R 2 E In Com at NE Car of SW 14 of SW'4. City I.lilhl lights -- April 1. to lial duo .____ _._ _.__._ ('
n.nIe', Sub flu ____________23kEi e M 17 M.U- A; rim S 3tty 1 chin. W IS dttrmw !I )tradfnlvl;: l .1 1i.: ,: I pub ;ji.lUg; Uy amt otlliKU-d _. ___ ___ ._._______Inll.1
uf hE'i' of -2J 8 2. 10 ._?_._.___ 10.44 N' to N' llni of Kali) SW(4( of SW 01I (To '' olork ____ __..... S.ftrt I
r at bEV of 8s'WI of SWVi Shlpman .. ...__.__.____ 4.8 H. tbonco E to bog -_-_83 8 22 II 0 C Swtnt .. .....__.__.____u l "w Co do ___.n-----------n-- .IN* May 1 1. to bal duo --.--?---- _?_.-.4 IDS: .U

W IIIt, ----.___-____._____22SEW 8 83 4 Mom N\\ :: NE't' i-x ti A in NK Car 8.70. 1.I ('o do .______.___ ....____ 8 Oil Hun School Honda .
f s of 8Wi? .x :2 A InN ft Ell Graham .- -.-- ...0 SWH ,,f VRIJ J: ''I. rx 2 A In NE .. 1 I I Klc.rrld nxlnv clialm ___..______ 1.7 i April 1. to hal du* ____.. ________4., 871.87 ( M
NW Uy amt coll.iclv.l _______________ __. J
Cur ------- ;-------22rSfswi < 23 18 D P Pullum Cor&IIAIn NW Cur .1\\ 10Ain -' J L flmn.", Ihlhln. at Jail .. ..... 4.7 u
w". ot SE & Sw ,-,- ...-- 8.80 SK Cor A NWl' of SKM ox 11 1'1".1 O.n jury ._..._..._ .
Of NEI, ----. ._. _.::_22 8 C2 20 J. A In NE 'or A 7 A In SE Cur I ( \\ Aldcrnian rhirk and nd poatauir _. 13000 May 1 I to bal due _.._______. __ 8: t
1" at SWV'' NE'i __,______--_22r 8 23 20 Anton Elliott .. --. .- dftfl A 4 A In S WCor _._83 8 22 7T Din. N Alva En.t-, .. -_________ 22,44 M I l>niby light irloboa .___ SRO U. W. ALDERMAN e
,:vi. A I In eOJ, Cur of SEU? of PiMaeu ._ __ ___..___._ 8.64 B' 4 .1 M .lohnu Sub Div of NEJ4 It A Oar InsanIty l.m"1'owrre... 2,80 Clerk Circuit Court. d

wu/' _------'--22I 6 S3 7 Unknnwn I of NEi _. _-. .._?...___83 8 22 4 >Ii' N A1va En"-, -- ._00______ 488 W Mlil.lli-lon do __ u.___________ SOO (Seal II,. C. A. KNU.Iir.[ s
I v if NVa- of ; of SWl. 23 8 22. 8 3 L ......_._ ._ 6.8 !!il0' \! NE't xW :.'' chna A K: L J l Itiygs do ___._ _______________ 2.00 llupuly Cler L
| ", L\portion of SWt,, of 8F.---" ; Slleot -- -...__._?_.._.._. 6.fi 4 -., .. tt n. NEI'; o "a, .?& VA_ K L EIgr'r.on do ___ .______. ___. 101
twi, of 8E', of SB', S at IV.k W ? "rhiia __ "..___.-_00___ -84 8 920 John L Green. _. ________00__ 9.07 j ur .1 Fp ,.r* .ti .1. _-u_- IS.00Miloni'irilruu
nitul/. .__________.________.23 e' 23 20 Ernest Wundurllok S' of kIVV of NEVi lou l21 ftaillmre ; "Hluro alipiillvii. clerk 9 2IH \ FINANCIAL' 8T1KMrNrOUNTT SCHOOL. t'
26 i A & E 600 ft of tho S 15 .. -------- D.10 In SIS CorH O-ILI 8 r 1' Cntn,'v 1 day com and milcAKO n_. 8 00 FUN" /
A of SWV, of SW'' N of pub A :III NW Cor of NWl', of NEW I null If Hill do ->- 6.4" Coilt.lv uuprrlntundrnrhnanrta. 1
1 lie road ____________________23 8 22 28 E B bi'ilm 210 "ft"E of NW' Cor->2! J W An.lrowa Jr do 400 of roomy' arhool ftmda for. 'a..m.nt ,
Shlpmnn of
II SW" of SE", & EV4 of SE -- -----.-------- 17..8 A&HW', of NEI ex 10 Aln ..laroi ll'noll. do ._.-- ".00K IH22. th month

,.f SWV4!. Rlof Frank road _________24 8 23 87 L O SW 'or .1a\ strip 2Z8 tt wielu oft W .n, lax roll __ -. 0087 ,.1.
', of S : ________ _____ __25I 0 Ptweott. _. ._._u____.___ 8.P4 E aid.i.1 84 8 23 84 Mr N Alva Etiney .. __ 080 Starko Phone Co phone rent 6''oil' fienrral School I Fund 'f
B4 -- 40 t, M -- ----- hmu -- .
I i' of NEU' ________________.28C14 8 22 nil GWind, __ ___" __ S.64 2'. A in NE. Cor 00t NWVi of N W .1 EPPI-IXOII I ilav wlht, ..m... _-. 400Kriiwl llalanro April 1, 10B2 .__.__________._ BI.RR
'i. of NWVi -------------------0 6 22 40 lrnnk.. ,- _. .._....._ 8l.el:I 'VI. ._________t___._:______.6 22 1 Tom "fia\U' -. .. ........___... 4 fl : I. II Willa di'iily r,'" oiricor 1 _- 7.no 1..I"I. duiinir' month" __ __u__ __-.2HHI.1VI: I
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u of SWl', of NWl,; & N.i, of T E Underbill ., ________ 864 K'4 of SW'' 84 6 22 SONni4 C H C.rlfflii Eat .. \* 8X ;' 1 r-ICIokllli-r I do I .__ 10 OH Wn'rln'* (laaund. ---.-...-_____--...27IIJ.47(
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;tw'or of .1.T : _:::::::::::::: '1/:/ : M2 : : llaluncu' May I. IIIJJ tJJ.Ul
': SWVi ex S U 1-8 A ___20 8 23 40 Tolly A Draw I A in SE Cor 84 6 SJ 8flB K L Grliria ) W Morgan do ._ .- 7 BU
I NW Cor of SWVi! of SEVi __ .. ?. _.______ 17.13 A minim in SE of NEof: H It.ilwna,' iln. 4 ____.____ I.re flu.1"J
I A I V4 in.r NKl' [ of SW'1'\ Cur of SEli of NE'i Margaret C. !McMullvn __ ______ 468 NEVi of SWli of SEl, ____________34 6 tt 10 H Mark .. ___?____________ I 2.2:1! :I I II I "W Moore ilo 41 ? .-._ 80.1I'M e.'lnii duriiiK. month ......-__.___. 100.09Wanru.
.m'Jn; W 8M ft, thenca bouthi Sri, of SIC''. -___-_ ?84 A 22 40 Tom flavin -. .- ...- B'l I rlillliua! do T _...:__ 8:BelII :: .. ,Word .-....._..... .._. i
,...xtt>rly to a pt 2JB ft W of Sic SW of N\v",, A NVa TswW'? -.85 6 Si 12rtNiV 0 C Orlffla -. ._:::::::::: 21'87O W llaacn .In H ___________________ 1.6 lli.liinc. May I 1..I. : ------..-- UI.1 h
,, "Id. of SIS'of of SKI' : __.n5 8 23 40swvj C Tlllla 7.BOG Thom 2e--j-- I
I :In throw n louthtnaU-rly S 600 ft NEVi to ont I' of SK.H--.:-:::::::::::::_.::35 a 22 40 C Sweat! -.. :::_--::::::::.-:::.- 7.80 Iwrrlel apii 00u0er .n..a"o. llnlanco April I. ____.__. 8. 1

1 120 ft jn "aid See. line thence Si of !IIE'I, & 1.14' of NE4 of N Tidal' u' __u .. :: KiHi'liiU ,hinny month ._..______.... 2fi8. f'
I E .JO ft to 8.... /line, thence Non \Vi? --.-___-__._?____.___86 8 tZ 100 T J AM-rnian.! J E flitch Fine and F..rrclu. Fund 5:1.51 Warrant IHKIII d ...___...._ ._210 0inlauvo
I Kvo Unit to bar 27 8 23 :'I L M Innnli-y:: _-.--_-_____._ m 81 W W rialK.li-n .1 ___ 4001W I Mil I .11122 ______.____.___ 1:8
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I m mo, ft W of NB'c'r of W'/j--- 12 Polly A Drew .. .._______.____ 5.02. NW'. .r NW'4 ___________.____3A A 22 40 ,1 A rolfrvmn .. ____ _.________ 7.M'' W Ili.lB.icn I.lr,1 wnlhlnl at jail V.I Illflnet No. 1Iliilunco I '
[ of NW', of SIT1: of NI5I', SW'2' 82 80 M M lirlllla: / 1478 W J l nnppmon priNonpra .. Anrll 1. ivii nn______ 18.80Kocoipta "
I run S 215 fl. W 100 ft. N 240 ft. ... rr.:1, :."t SW'- : :_:::::::::::::::: 2 ; 29 40 Unknown -- -.-. -.-.-.::::::::::::-- 7.oil Ihlcl.,1,1 1 limit Hmiv" nlnhahnfur 121.81 10 HO duriiiK month -.___.,___.... 876.07 ''p

11 t ion ft to Lou .. .____.23 8 23 NE'' "r "W'', o. 13 A IR NW llriut Slnn do _. _.J.I_ 2KBW Wai rant* laauod _____.___.__.._...... 614.20llalnncu 1i
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m 200. ft W of NI3 Cor" of WV4 Richard noyaoUi! ____._______ LIB Coo .___u?________________ 2 7 23 27 C If Mnrki -- -- ------?------ B7H 10 Mid.llvton. iiliynlfii.il" -. 4 17 May I, 1022 ........___.__.. 4J.97
NWof' SbV, of : : FEt4 of NF.11o ----------------------5 7 12 40 J C iilnv' .. ._______________ tor I I I A ( .rlT..d.vtnii-tloii dill _-_ I""nr "o t
l S 245 ft. W lop h L.l'olk"G ft, N 211 It .r NW'' .f SW',. ________ 8 7 22 YO tr..nry Murhvll Sr .. _____.____ 7.811 I A Croon I..n; camMni>o Hobomon II 1.11.U7 lialanca April I I. 11ua ___.....___..?_ 7J.M r 1

B IUU ft t.. hey -- -- -----------28t 6 22 1'1'' or R ;IILOr aWI/. ___________n 8 7 24 20 >f W (;rlITm( -. n._______ ._... 801 IW i iI I J 1., do _--. ... 83.7B ...(ranl..1
it lllk 4 ua extended: ; on En- Geneva Town ..____..... 3,18'w' NEi, or NEI, _____u__________ 8 7 22 40 W W Uoloman -- --.---.---.- 7.BU 'I If 1' (; I..o.wllniM -do -_ -. .100( W er
mat orlu town ot Mai' hi*. I or RF.I or SE'.. 8& BEy or I'I'W' I I Cnlnoy u --- llalilliio May I I. 111.12 _..___..____.... 140,11 .
: of .28: 8 22 SE' of RI.1t' ______ ._____ 4 7 23 80 Pr K: M Wi-lwtor, .- ____________ 19n6 l> "h. t..1 di> .- 800 lltnlrlrlt.. 7
-i;;: ft E8v'SWcr';; -of---Blk---l---15- B L Gray.. ____.__._ E3.23 i 1'11.' of NR'/ ot NW'4 or NWI4____ 4 7 22' 5 (1 C Sweat ______ 4 KH 1-ri.nk do 0.00 Bnlanro April t I. 1UU2 ___...______.... l 8.4
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WI( r\' (, SW 22 20 unknown-------------------- 4 51 W J FpiM-mnn do l -. .00'J l N.cnllue| duriiiu molilh _.__--____. CS.88
.It 4;t fun 00 ft N106ft.E86ft1in to Call at thence W tow.I ., 4Ef/4 : NW "tf -Vy .:::::::::: : ; 22n U C ,t--.::_:::::::::::=: 8:114 I|'i I. l'n.l..rhlll' junir __.: 100 Wananta, ...u. _. ...___..... I
i W II nnlat, des .. 100 llalnnw -__--_.__.__ _
oriu town of Suirlio In NEVi'! Com .t NW Cur oRWof SF.I, I May I I. 11122 189,33 Ik IkI
if SWK ... IIr nm, N 7x11: ft. 8 IMQ rl, W 7ao I, !' S McMillan du 1.00 11..r'r'' No. >
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i.it nn N aldo- --of-- Cull---at.-- O2----J-28 22 Mm. N. Alva EnieyB _.____.__._ ..8.81f H. N 1x0 ft I.. hog _________?__ II 7 23 S Amy Lisle .. .. ....______...... 8.10 ''iMlN.'l.l' do ...-- .. 1011 liilann.[ April I. lutttl ___............. 87,1)0Keceipta ) t
K A W by 210 It. N tt ;H:, Two A Cor of. ES4' of SW14of |1.1 I Anilrvwa ,1i-----------------. 100 during' mouth ..__...... S.lift I
.tjoundfd! N by Jofteffton at, W by : F.ID.W_ ________:___________ II 7 23 2 Rcorirln Johnson -. .. __....____ 1.8R I It I I. Slluox do_._...- 100K Warrants' II.KIUI! __ ___..
and! if Vldu V. ]Murican.. S by IIE'4 nt kWI ____.___ _______. 6 7 2Z 40 J T Ilvavm ____ ..____-._.____ 8.64''' A ftrocn anon A I. HolHirui .- 8.16I llaliinc.r May I. III2.I' ______.______.. 78.24 '4
toll drift & E by lilk 17. ori.to 8'ot 1'11.' <, ..r NWVI SWI4' or W J I'MiiTBon: do ____ ____ __ IB.7K UUtnM N.. l II
": n '>f Stmko in NE'/, of SW' .28 6 22 NW'I & SWI', 8 1 22 24A It H Hmlth ._ .________. ..___. 411(19Lillio ( I W J I iippraon: : wit nM-II.--: .:..... I.00 U..llr."rll I. 111.12 ------.-------.- 1414 .1
j of Lot I A Lola, i fi 7 of 141k S Johns. .. ..._..-.._---___ 14.28 FI;. or F"J1.j" "r RW-----------------._ __ ___ 7 7 22 20 Wnotla -_ ________________ 8,71 It A Ih..n noise J Starltim __ .- __ 4 00 .hln. north' __...,___ ... 7. dWarr. "
J 6 .rl" town of Sturko in NEVi Et,; ;, or SWl, "r NE'$ 6 NW4ot \ W J hinn-ninn;" do .A ._. ___ B.7B ."'. 2..11.1 .__..-_....*...
of bW' 6 23 I NW'; ', ____.n___. __ _____ 7 7 U 60 O C S..t -. ._._______________ 10.IU U A limn do .-. .. 494 llulancu/ May I, 11122 u_ __ ._u_ ..- 81." .
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,.t : ,:.f mil 27 orltf, town; ,t-28 ..Coniutrmr Lumber Co .-._ 81.61 0,1', A nn N end of W'4 of NWY.of W .1 Kprwmnn, ilo .. 20.hflIt "UUtrlrl No. UBalance ,rU1
K Stark In NE'1/, of 81 ._2B 8 23 "' 1.:1.: 1s;; of ___.______._ 8 7 22 1Iarrlrt Oilom .. .. ....._n_. 2 III A Croon: do ._ _- .- II BH April I. .23 __ _____._ __ Ulftt
I. SBll SI aa extended! on Enmy'a- oo Coniumera. Lumber' Co ._.____ 21.411 j NWII, IIr NF'I: ""aR 0 A. In BE Co.._ 0 7 22 :111 C II Marks ----------5,3(1 1 ( W .1 : ; : To -- : Nso'IpIN duilnit month .__ _....._.. 29.87 t
map IiWI __ 40 A J Crn! _. ___ ___ ______ riuu-nioll, -. 7 7B ....._. .. .
r ijt ,riir u town of Stark !in NEVi of or.NWl ___________10 7 22 >' n ? 7.511 Imlu' du __ 1,70 \\arratil 1. ivaiied -- .. .._
SWi' _.____.28 8 I SW', .r NEIA SW'/4 .r SEof I 1"'I,1 wln.. llnliinre May I I. 1IHM( _____. n______
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n -------- A __ ___ _. 1.70 100.1
D Anlroa'----------------! to J
0.24 T Ahlorman. J K Finch 1'I" Ii'nrlll" '
I Ut I of Hlk ,1J J M Johns add ---------------------.u 7 23 11lr'rt "0. 14Ilalnnco v''
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L M nnwli.y: 47 I. Hlnrllnl 1.71 _.___.. _...
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U SE'4! of SW ___28 8 22 'I -
f ,...t 2 of Hlk H2 J M John add! >f Alva Enwjr .. ..- I "''W'. of NW'. __-'.._.._._____11 7 22. 40 Mn F.llinlxth 0 Grf-------------9- .17 ,' I'rrry Rt.rlil" dl _.-. 1.71 ll.wlplM( diirlnu month --------.----- 11.2
U Stark' in EU of ______ NI'Pt: or aW'_ __.______.__ _____II 7 22 4" M W fliiiria .- 00______________ 7 nil'( I''W 11 Kiipi'i-Him" tl --- .- 1.00 Warianta, taaiied ................ I rllubutun
SW'1 28 8
t .J" 2 4 of lllk/ 83 J M .'..hn. add 23 M'. Martha Cntltn, .. ---_._____ 8.16 All -- .------ -_.___.._: ___11 .7 22 64f1 Paul lino----------------- 111.Hi ',11 C Mtdvin do .... .00HrookK May: I, 102:1: __ _-__:2111)11III.IHrt : t, } ",
1t: Stark In t E',; or NE': NWtI .r NElj I' Hlnrllim du' -- .- .70 No. Itllalanro ,
.ot ::1 I & N 20 BEot ft\of Lot SW B.of______28 6 22 J T Quiully, .. .........___.... 4.86 & NEI of. WW'4 & W ot S V K Hnldiali I I :.1...:::_ .70Kioliaril April I I. t22\ ..... 1412Itivuluta '/
Hill
r J M Johna mid to !Slurko: in SEr W', I'll'' ;' _.___ --______-18 7 U 400 Paul limo -_ __ ________________ 72,411 ,| 1..nn"l di __ ...._ -_.___ 1.70 diirlnu month. '--::::-.::-.:_,... 10,64Warrauta 'j i

of 4SW' i' Troy ? _. __ ._ '1.70 maaeil ___...._......_ r
Illkt, 2s SWV;SHVa;; 3!ti..4i -47,--ex----Lola- ---1--28 8 3J J T Quiirloy .__ ___.._________ 21.14 Na NR'1: of f __ .U 7 22 160 Mm K II Dora. ...._-______.___ 20 SI Eli irliflit dn ... ._- .0.--0__- .- 1.00 llnlance May I I. 1U2J -__________ .... : 4 M1
Ps', or SW'1 ._ ___ 40 <' II Rivera .. ___.__ ______ 23.1
\10< of Blk 47 A all Blk 48 J :M1'ihm u 7 2 n 7.RI /.m WIlHon do -.. '.70 .Uinlrlrt No. I* '
;. add to btarka in SEVi of NIy or NI:41" A NEI,. of NWV.IA 7 121 E 1 lion, -_ __________u__.___ 21.X11 I riiMiioita wltniws Muaa Itoboraon 800 llalanra April I I. 1U22 ___...__.____.. 1.06 M
SWV __ __ : :' NO '' K U lon, .. ..-- 1IT1 .1 .1 Mnntiin do ._ .... (...fftpla' diirinir niitnlh __ __________ 21.74Warraata
HOOJack
.nnuu 28 8 23 N Alva ____ ____._____ 9.64 : ; n sA w : : :::::: n
I I.nta. 3 12 of BIle 11 Livingston. Enter. R':7:1: : : : :: si>al ...-.... 14.n I ll.i.Min.'r do -....-. II.00Kalo tsnunn" __.............
'I ruby & I;0'. add to Stark m 1 7 22 81 J Ilamp Join. .. ..........--. 11.80 I f UinHliian' d. .-----._.._-. It.00 111111.( .. Muy I. 11UJ __.__.__._...._ 23.88lltHlrirt

W III of 1'1' '' -----______28 6 23 N Alva Envy 8.10 Com 111 A 70 ydx W of SE Cur ot II SIII.H" ilo .____.____. SCO Nn. 17llalaiic f
W of lllk H fivingdon Truby &" -- -- I E 30' ran W M" 1.1.. N 70 ) .. 1 Wm Kalch __ __. ..___. _____ It A iinifn eaHp Millard Kohifmon' H.Hit April 1, 11IJJ -- -- ----. 1401
( ydx. K 70 ___ 18 BlI
= to brr 19 _
) 7 ::: ::::
Co'r. Sub Dlv of .. ...
NE"of, NKt; : -28 8 22 ROM Cox .. .. ....._ 4.86 Com .1 Cor of Pro 2 W J Kltprraon:' do ,.-_ ._ 80,IBM Itrrulnts dinlnif month .. 1UI
Alts 1 J I 10 run Warianla iiaueil __......... ,
IV. fkJ W I I I I' wltnrta ____.___ 1100 ._
f ;; otLo'ot: : ; Rao N 1136 rt la M.th'ny -
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1? A W' 1 I. 9-1. A i.n-vn can* ,I-------------------, !HI.III llalanci. May I. IH22 _.- 19.84Dlelrlrt
all Lot 4 of Hlk ID Livinunton I 5I'r h.. N N2 8-,1 E I I : ::: No 1 '
R 1. rl, 018 t' .1 Pniwnnm: do 1H 06 I
S t -
!ruby A Co'i Sub Iiv I of ; Mali.nn. I IllJi! ____._____ ... 87.01lHi
NCUif ? April I.
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I 3.10 It ft to hr, __ > \VJohn Swlnili-l .... 870 W lhlA.n.n., .. di> 8.00
19 7 22 -- -
I I NE'klilk' --. Llvini-otun ___ -24 8 23 D P Fullum .. _________.__.__ 20.08 Lot. 1 ;:. add to Ib, -J 11I 7 28 C Smith!: .. --,---. ____- 4 01 A Ifaxt'n di> _............_. 3110 .liitN' duriiiK iiionlh_ ---. ._.-_.--.. I.MW.rrlll' 0,
L :a U ______ .__
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ruby f Lot 2 In ,, Jlcllamy .........__ I. A laaui.il |
.
Sub Div ___ .__
.v' of Illjt HI: Livln of' NEV of NI.28 8 23 Edna .Ttakioa ____ _?___.____ 4.86 Lot. 8 In llulsnn nl 111 Hlml.'nn __I1) 7 22 MIIllo Ut'llamy .. ............ 4 08 r N hiw .Ii---------------------- a no Balance May 1, II'-'J No._ _______ 149inatrlrt '
1 i \4"o'fri:! it Loto I 2 3 4 0 6 of 16 In I I I W .1 hplH'nion: ... : lllnlancii
Co'i Sub Plv of NEV4.-28 6 23 II :M tTiinktn .. ____.____._._ 18,06Co'f HMm.I..n. .________Dk.._. __ _._10 7 W O Sfiilt __ ._______.__..... 4.83 U W Alvarva .c--. _. 8.00 1.00 April. I.1 1121 _________._._ 71)01
Hlk .til Livlnunlun 2 juror Iti ._____..____...
Imby' A taro 14 ofItlk. In W O Snail __ __.._________ 111.81Lots I .elpta hl'hl' nl.,1 7.8VWarranta
Ir 7 A Anilurnon, .
Sub Piv of NEM of Nl'J.28, 6 23 Unknown .. 2.80 .4 A \ Ilml.l..nI" 1!I I - 1.00'' ,11 ._......... .
u I I" At an Llvinwtun. Truly &" -- -- ----------- M 0 (e I, Alvarvn __._ .___?__ 1.01 Ulllanr.i May, I I. 1u23---!! ___ 87.HJ
A _
I I" 12 IUk In A McDonald .. __________ 2773
'. ';.> Sub Dlv of NJI,; of Nfc.' _.28 6 23 A 0 Jenklita .. _____.__________ N'. .1 '.r. nt 2 A In Itnml'lon IiW ('or _.20.10 7 7 22 22 7/ W I Hlneker ____________._ 1171: David Kill- do! ___ .. ..___ _.__ 1.00 Illmrlrt N' ... S6" +
!/
c". >t lllk 40 1 LIvlnuHtun Truby Ao 10.08/ J H Jnckmm do I 1.00 llnlanri' I. IVJii .__._____ .. 8664Koceiltla ,
/ 12 It In Cur oNF'', .r 7 22 I. Kalch ._______._____ 2.00 - April _
<: ,. Sub Div of NEI'", of NE'i' 0028 6 23 E E Snell -- --...------.-.---. 3.80 N'. or :"I' "r NW' 8& NWY.2 1 I I I U II WiHMlanl tin _. -,.. ._ 100 ,, duriiiu mottlll .__ ._.___. 80,.HO rf
t I of lllk 41 Livingston ruby NE' ----------------------2 Wm Kal.ih. 11201 Warrlll. 1./.I __.______. 21l'l 1 '
A Co'* Sub Dlv of NE! '-of N I All 7 2 fl Paul llnia .-.- -_---.-.------ --- HI.Ml I I I 'I'ula .___ _. n 4I .'0 .. May 1,, I'U2 ._________. 4I.7Hlltmriil J
: .[E';'"4, --___--_-__-.- _--_28 6 22 W E Snail .. .------.--------- 8.1l |I All : : : :_ ::: :::::::::::::::::::20 ; 22 Alo::: Paul: ::I limn .. .:.-...-----___:_--_: :111: fll) ho. >7llalance

t of lllk 4J Livintcaton Tniliy A" I All! ex W'of SW ?. ._______--25--25 aa 66" I'aul Hro .. ____._____ ____ 311.4. 1 ----- : April', 1, IUU2 ...........1... 6 ISlltiilnla \
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A s Sub Dlv of Nt,'-, of :NE': '., ._28: 8 23 Jullu* Butler .- ---.------------ 2.80 j \!: of SW' ---- -..-----_ ___-- 7 2' s,0 llrooklyn Land Co __ ____ II ; ,: III MS I'AIII IIV f 1111(11. MOUtll d.irlnu: nionlh ........ ... ... tBg.etlWiiriaula +
'U 1 44 in Llvlntcaton Truby A I NW1. "r N8.4 & w"1 nt NW'/ __28 7 140 I'aul llroa 81.? I. ,,, kraut' Ai>paralui. Co Inold __ __ 1.02 ,iaaunl ________.____ 1,011'
( 'C.i'.H Sub DIv of :'11.'<, of Nt.l4.28: 6 22 A 0 Junklni ._ _______.______ 4.80 FOi. A In NW eor or EY of SW, 2i I|: I K I Smut Al'paratim, ('" do _h_ _. -. B.OHI llalance May I, 11122 ____h._____. a.!. '
.. of lllk IB Livingston Truliy 8&In' 'I "r NW' ox I A for chamh __ 7 23 3 Jennlo Jr."n -- .........____. I W klckllter board nervine 4 2U, "Ulnlriitu.. XKllnlanre J
Sub Dlv of Nt'-i of NE'>I. ..28 6 22 ii aSurah Phto..1. -- ---..-------- 4.PfI 1'11.' .r NI.:' 8W"" 2 1.41 It! T dimiilxill I I: dt -._ __:_ 4'00 Ai.rll 1 I. 10 21 .-----..-------. 11.10
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ua' 1 A 4 of lllk 45 Llvln robv & Con: Sub IJIv of.ro1"1 (r ; N _..________2s 7 22 I Wm. Miitlr. ....____.____._ 44(11 ,I, I I Wiwitliia aunt __.. ___ .__-_ M.11. (Inciird ____._n..........
>f NEi ._______._.__ ?____.28 6 22 Scott ...------------ ty.t of SW'i nf NNI'i' -___._____2s 7 .0 J I Wilaon -. ___.u_____.____ 4 OJ Wlxicina lucid ". -. 4 115 llalance May I. IOJ2 u__.._____..... 14,01HI.I.irl ,
: -
p l.
I ruby 'A Coq Sub Div of NR'I: A.. orswl ot SW' .___287 23 8 1' J Trarao -- ..---... ---- 610 K M l.lin 1-iml aervloa April I I. IUU4 -__ ______ __ '
if NE' _. _:28 6 2.: ________.__.__._, 8.52 NF.r. ISF4 6.2 month 183.80 I
... 00- ---- -- --- Sarah Scott SWI 13tH, ot NWN ot I Itradfitnl C'it Hank' liorwwwd money ( .' Kocolpla( diirlnu ...______....
2 of Hlk 48 Livlnirnlon' Truly A : L_______.__ ._________..2N 7 22 6 W O Si nil -S._____________.._ (I llra.lfonl Co Hank 'I.--------------- Warranla tauuolItnluneu ... ........
: Co' Sub Div of Mi.:', of NE'4.28: 8 22 Lucy EnglishMn __ _._____.____, 486 NWt, of l --- ----- 7 2a Unknown. -- -- ----.--------. Co Hunk, du __ .1"11.111"'oor".1 May I, jI2--:: ::: _"..-. 468,86
LoU" 1 2 a 4 ot Blk 4 In Tcmiilt.'aJ..M Urr .I ('or; of -.c-M; Nut; DI O'A"I I Huh NulririYon .nUIO.OI ", I, ,ii.

to Stark In NE'', of NW'1 1'1'' .r NE" run IIvof Klla Incld 27 ___ ______.no.__ ..._._ .71! 1)118111'OIll' / ) (OtlNTY, 1' I ,,
A part: ; of W' NK1", W of Ky W 1(16 f. 81 W 1116 1'1' I'li/fitril Janitor B _.____ ...__ ... SI.(" UI" M.OIIIIIA.
& NK Cur of"s"l of N\\i ____28 8 22 It A Sha".r Co _._._________ 21.84 140 rl 'n 1 I _f.-------__ ____. 7 23 W E McCnrr .. _____________ 1.1 I II I..no"" 8 ... ______-. _______ 2000 IT."I'U ,
til hit u Templo add to Marke Lucy f1 I"' .r 2 Sub Div or NE I I MrUrl. leiichinK .-.r_____ 711.oil I hereby certify Hint III* firogning >tal.
Ilk
in NEI. of rl/; part uf NEii W A NC Cor of N 4'A or that ,partnn of NWI/' 2 i C It du II __ __ ._.___. M.II the achool fumlH of llriidford ;11' tho
SE"; of NWl/ -_ ___' __ ___ .___23 8 13 Eunice C Cunov .....____ 43.80 NEti. IIIII IV of K A r. try r'ghtof I K;v" lltirm ilo .. .. .n.. .. M.61.' month of Anrll, 1122. In Iran and enrrcot
>Low 4 & B o f Blk lli, Tern I'I,,'! ____ -------________.60 7 4 F H JanM .. ______..__.__._ 811.75 M Shrlver d.t : _____" _-_______.__.-___-.-_ to thv b...t of my kn.twledita and bellDfIt ,I %
add to Starka in NE' of NWI4'\ Lou 7 N 9 111 11 U 13 I "t 2 r Ih.mnrau do 8 _____._________4__.__ 6.11. II. Wll.'ilfll.
A part of Avof'48oEf'NEof:' ,NW ot Ry' 4 In 1lnnptnn ---_______/i_ 7 22 Mra Hunter Jon.. -- ..--*------- i I Kay do 8 ____ __ _.. ._n_ '_ "-__ 7000' I' C..un. Superintendent.The II 'w
NK" : Cor ____28 6 23 W M Turner -- .____._0_____ 1.81 I..t A .r BIN 91 In /n"mplan 4,25''' I. rUmmona Ineld 8 100 -- --
I 'ilk'! ij.TtfV'11'" odd to titurku HO 't_ ._. __ I 80 1 2 W (Fial. _.__....____..__.. ''A II .liilma holding eh.lion9----; : : :: .:":": '
i.. NEVI: of NW'" .. A part of w 1'.r <. I All W', ur SE', or SW'W-r- : t A Hitch do[ : ____________ ________ 200 Qulnln* ,tt Uon Not />ll"c' 1I' Mi.'.J r re'
NEU; : W uJ2r A NE; ; Car of RI-------------------------t 7 23 7 Wallop Whiten! ,. ,_.______.... 2 HI It Snap do 8 ____ _..__ ___-_ H.OIt" a1
,
of 23 .. 2.18 NW'' G.. Y.roor .. ......__________ INvaonaif Ita rnnlr ind ,noo1.Q,1 .(A-
SEt NW'4! -28 6 Jams Cr..n Eat ------ or NWI.j ------------------5) 7 22 I Ttw.;.N II l.ivrn do 15 .____ .___ _... { .
10 'A 11 of lllk i; Tcmploiaild 8E'1 ot NWI, N'y or "Wl _80 7 22 UO N J CaiiLhiin ._ __ .___________ 21.81' Drew Hi-il.lu.ll 1 .........._____-_. 200i by flVK tii'von",,; lil'OMn'all butt'nurlnq griSJNK' (Inn ttervnoii'MMaor, >.> um rru.ln foaen,
to Wurke in NK' of NW'i I or 'NW"of( I I. *
I. :
IJ I'nrmenU'r __
SI R.r J I 16 .. ,Oil
A part if W of Ky ", N'' 1'J'.t 148114 100 W Allunod IHfll I. n. t: I 1"ld. K.W.C.IOVI. S alit oriw"oo (INa "I.SIIKIIIFF'H
N of _.33 7 F -- -------- ---- Mill Inailrane 2B ._. Hit oil
A ME: Cue ..r'S'j.I'N; -M 6 22 Mr*. Florence E Brooke -------- 8.49<< 8W". cr NW' .n_____ ._ --.34 7 2 40 W Alluoo.J, .. J..______.___ 7.601 i I M /drown! du KB ..... JH.'IIIS .-. .--.-.--' 11'11
:I."w 6 7 8 nfII''" C lli"iliUH ndd I NW' 1 or IWI'J _-__ $ 7 40 I'Hul Ilroa .. .. ?........______ 7.BIIllnhnown do 2li _____ __ _. ..122H
----- I w.1
I -
r"' ftturkc In of 8 81. or N 2 8 .. .. ........_ __ '
NWH NW'4\ "r of SE4N4! 7 'fit '' fl" 25 __ .: f\1
.f Nth: Ntrt wt ....-___.28 8 23 Or' P D Hioka ____._________ 8.53 "'.. .r NFI; f__ --NJI-.--.___- .86 7 80 ( M IlonncU -. ......----.--- ('Uy l.lKht' 1-lnnt lla-hta' 1 .'___. .. .. 2,70 II Id'reby nollrn( la vlven I, W. J. Fpper.on I {y
.. >u I 12 .1 4 'i 10 11 !U of Dili H: )' or NK'IJ nl NE'j' K A -: 1.731 1 .. her If of llriidfor.l "''' Florida under. I 'd
) CI) Alvarez'. add to Starke Sit I .. :11' or Sf.l "or I i.r 7 20 J 1 PhllHin --? ---------- 803 and by virtue of that certain writ of executionlNmi ,. (
.. 13.85 :' : NfVof 2 | FIVANriAL STATFVrNV OP rOUMTTV.OO and under th hand and aeal.
Mnilwon/ A W of Walnut Y1 .28 6 22 Fred Buck -- --------- : or ,, & NJIor' >d out n of
'bas 1 4 ::1 4 0 10 11 M of Uik 4 & N pUNUA the clerk[ the 1'Imultaurt: of llra.lfor.l
J n! A I VB"' -''' add/ to Siorko S I KV NWI:4: -. W' .r 7 22 70 P I N>al -. .__ .__u__._____ 13.411 I Monthly financial auitom.nt of flradford County, rlorlda. aualnat Florenta Fr.nllnlh.
..f MaillHim/ A W ..r. Walnut .u._38 6 22 Fred flock. .___.__-b--.__ 8.10'I I Al {Ii. of -----------8 County for the month of A"rl. 11122! and Inatnr of A"nl. I':. t'l-ltlt thusband
Low' a 6 7 0 of UlkI J U Alvani s Jy __ .___... .__ 2 2a 1 S I Guiford -. ____.._u__. 6.10I I ..nrral and nwxt frlead, A. M 1'.lt.aaddale.l
.old to Starke Ii .t Modi.on W I I D, at quarter *.. (. on half Ilalanco April 1 I. lil-'J ___ ___ ___ ._ 111000 .' the Brit day of May A. I). \10' wi of. I I
O..r I InInut ataStuNe_ _______________.23 8 23 s T Qutlley __ __.___.__ 8.10 mill pout on N line of $ 2 A II..i-il.U ""rtnl month 1 for for eat and .*.1)! t" the hlifheat bet 1 .
lot 2 1J tt E& W run S HO di.irrent E lab .for a Waranu I..d ._. .. .. 41H. bidder for rash front of tbe "courlho.. ''
by 210 ft N S 1.und,1 S by I atartunr pt. soul |,t blno I BO ft llalnnc* .May I. \Vlt .. .- _.- 1V7I,24 door I In .rk.. llradfonl, e..unl. Florida( dur.
Ji.nn alley W by hay tit N from center of Ry throne Kin' end FitrMlur Fund Inw th. l hital, houra of pale[ ." tot 6th Cday
br JM.ks..n at :'___ _________.28 0 22 W M 1f"lIIn"worth _______ 8..0 H J4'i drtrreea, K paralltl with :llalanr 1. Wli ,- IOHO N4 of June A. [>. 11UU, for the pnruoa* of
Low 7G 441 97 28 37 88 ao 40 or I Ry BU ft, thence N BiH* ,ilea-ren Ihwr/Vw/ (Pushy month .: : :-:::: 60ri.11 .ltlorylnl ... o.uII.n. the r..l"wlnl( real j t

IIIk 8 It N Dnwlint s add to F 40 ft. thonco N 34'J' uVgreea WarruntM' Ituuml .. ... .__ tiM .,.. 1.1 county r'I..rltn. .. :
Nur4 k11e 8in NE' or SE'. __ ___:9 0 23 11 A Thomas _________ 8.10 W SO ft, thence 05' devreea W Ilnlancn May I, t 1427 __ ._ .. _.-IUIU.4.t IoM. I I the of Lot."
1 1... 81 82 as 84 35 ao of /. ft to pt of bar In NW', of lUad Vynd 2 and II of Illork 13 In Llvlninlon. Tniby

HIk 8 R N Dowlinai add to NE'fl' . ___._________-.__ 2 8 J C Ownliry .- ---. -.....____ 4 17 n.l.n. April 1. tua ._ .. ._ SB'I B2 and mnpany'a; addition to t the Town SurNe In NEI IJ>I'I .20 6 21 C n Marko ._ _______._____ 8.18 SF'Wor NW', A WVJ of A 2 NcdiIa flurinv month .1,34 bounded! on the Weak by Cherry atrrt, nn tb*
Lot 8 of Blk 13 oIn ...'d -. ... __ __ N'\___ 8 8 22 2112 W C FiwUf .. .....___--,_____ 8.MHrrs Warraat ;la ui-d I :_ :. 86q,22: South liy Seventh atraet. on the North by
Stark. __________.___________29 0 23 Ms Llnlo( ( f"lIIn"orlh" -- -- 1008L NF', 6 8 22 40 Unknown .. .. ..-.___------ Inh.n.* May I I. 1(127 ___ _- .. 67.12l.wtonding \ landa of W. T We.k. and on the Kmt: '
Lot T k i Ga.klnr add of ji .i7----Wir: of ( fun Church _t. and front on Cherry, start V

to 1.ok.B. _--_!-_ -- -- _. --_29 ft 23 W U Unllln..rth 2.39 NRl I., A : ot \ Kalanc April I, lull __n._________. 87883 feet and ruonintf Eaat 3M feet lo Church v '
Lot d In Gsoone add to Starke ___,48 6 22 4 M M Martin __ ____.__.______ U.75 w. ot SK t of HKV __\ _? f 8 190 John LrRoy Itutchlnaon ........ 34.M fftrfipla, "diirlna month .-_..-.______. I.! iSW. ;
.. 1 2 16ItlIwE20ft&hallaar. NEI' NEi of NE'4' A of I 2 Warrant ____._____..... J. rPPF.nSON. A
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In NE Coe or 8E''. of SEI,<. WI,', of SW'/ of NE'4 llalancv May Ift'JK _h_____ ._ ____ 87*,81 Sheriff/ of Bradford County, lorlja.
I lop E 211 rt In litark. ___--____-29 0 21 G C Sweat __ __.___________ 3.10 NW"1 A NW" of SW4 A Oramaff* Fund E. M JOHNS, )
TwoAin NW C... or 8 0' Ii W''., of 8F',' of NFSI of NWV. __11 8 21 2MO I. M Laneluy l .. __u?_________ 81.81 Halanrv April I, 1)127 __________ ___ 2240 "orn" for Plaintiff. S- ..J
E' II A In SW Cor of NENis WV4 of SW',, of MW14 .__._?_. a 8 22 M1 Unknlwn ._ .. ______.__. I HH K.etlilM. li.trlnn( ___?___. .
of 8EI4' _20 6 23 7 R A Thomas -- .------.-- 924 E'11911! SEl-4 of SWi", of N'1 8 U II Unknown. .. _________ 1.88 Warraato laaunl .--.nll h _h_ _.___.____._ 2000 NOTICE OF ELECTION

A in SW Cnr of ABIh of 8Ei,4 _._____ 21.24 N f of NE', of I.lan. May 1. \Wi ___.____________ I.BU Uy th. po'wer veaUnl In them by the icaool
<& W 2 A or 8E?" or __.:-29 21 J1 Mra V Torrwdla __ 8K'l Widow P. '
8Ep '411 N11y"4e1S1 n in fund law of the atat* of r 1....".. the board of pub. I
S 11y A of the folfowlac ,luwrlbedpine. I i It, nf ; Halann April 1, 1IU2 ________________ 20142 lie Inatruetlon of Urulfonl bunt". Klorl.lm I 1
of land to-wlt, Dvg .t apt 4 A of 8W% of 8 Receipt ___ '
ilurlnw month -. _._____. hereby order* .1.Uu" U> b* held In the ful '
IMt: of ': l of NWof i A i A s'4. Nt14.'. '. of HE'4 .t 78 Land Co __ __._______ 1'.23 Warrant laaurd _________.......... Inwlnl dUtrlcta on flr.l clay of Jun., A. U.
80.1110 ahn.. JniNEC.r Ry ..____.___ 8 o..kl"
run ..
Hal.nc. .
AIINEof' N 1 2 May I. 1021 ._n__ _______ 2141.42 the purpoe.. of .I li E 8 81-1011 ohna. N 7 3 .IOU ahn.. SCYt of Nre6A and iletormln
tot
I amount of mlllaa 9.
Nb' to
W 8 1-1110< chop to betr In NW }4 889 In 2:1: Unknnwn ----- --- PF'43n H A, -29 e -- In
2 -- ,
Woo: Li.78i; s#: Cur with kree/pta during/ month __u __ __. -._ 71U6 For the purpoa of ..I.lnl add elcrtloa lo
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ftof 'y IL of SE'.1 of MEH ala.ho.. SVj of 29 I N ._ ___ _______ Warraat" l.au>d ___ .._? Diatrlet. No 4. Lonir the fllIlwl.* In.
Los 4 In BE Cor of NEo or N 8 22 CII. h 20.2 1029 ___. ___ I
---.1 May I, peetora an appointedl 9. C J. E. '
719 _
E _______.__._______.___119! 8 21 2 Mm Mary E Ch.... ---..------ N'-j of of SE" U..lan. H 12.82 Ailklna, 11. F. Cr. '
r .. .. _...._ 3M HO May 1. Ilnr.
SW of NEy' _.. 8HO Clayton 123. f
k W uI of ----- -- I f
the
NtV4 A SE'yofEt \ of N", N : A E 4 ofW? ofNW'4 Lot 4 j _._..SE'1 8 2 81 .. .. -...... 7Columbia of Florida Dlalrlrt No. 9. Fine 11.( following I.. k
22 JI.nnah Brymer Fit .-----.-- 18.85 WL, of SW'. A NE'or : I hrby certify that In* r".oln. ltatemnt 1.. hav been a"ln.,11 I. W. Ilnhu..r.
or 8EI ._____ n30 6 H SWVi A (lrn. A +,
Farm Land Corp. ____ I r f tht reeelpl and of L .
of SE', of NWVi U"
of 8 20.3 d..b.m.n. lh
S. N W'of NE I NE'A -2 2 __ _. __ funds of the purpna. of holtlm/ aald lrtlon /la
SW'4 of NWli <" l> RI f. month r
1 8 lionlry I"ror .
ot NE ,
:4N 4 -- ,- .____..______.818 '. .... 7.50 April I>' nd OI.lrl'( No, 2B. Lawtoy, the In. ,
__ -____81 8 22 13 0 C Swo.t Sf; of SWIJ .. 8 24II 4( m-8p.l ; rornct t the lout I. hav f.lowln.,
---- ---2 appointed / .
2.50E 1.13r''I. I
NE'4' of NE'. ____________-8l 0 U 7 W C llama -- .----------- __--_ 3W', of NEV4 1 I'M of my belief. I...f,!.llamll, Row. J. ,/.1.
__ 8..1 .
Jd J.8 A 01 SE' of ---. 6 24. 13 'A/Aell Leonard ____ Tor A EVi of NB% of W. ALDERMAN II. B. W1GCIN3Bl y
W It 2.8 A or 81i! oN-! I 8W'H' A 'HE'4 f'w. ItM 10 ((SEAL// Chirk CI.ul
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10 A wld. J W Alv.ref _______..31 e' II 11, AIvM }..n.rd .---------.--- 89 A In SB Cor ,-.2 22 nl Rrooklvn Land Co __ _.__ ____ 3140Onm Br'o. en".t, .lr
Com at NE Cor or aWII, or NE, Wolf of bE'4 of 8 2 2'. ._....__.. 3.7 By C. .
NW'
& run W II 1.8 .hn.. 8 14'4 ohs.. p W 12 A of SW'i ', -.-5 : 1 W I Sp __ ___. .. ____ 1.4 O.I.KNIOf. No Worm In a Healthy Child t t 1

B"". 1-8, .ha.__ N .12"r ahna to 6 22 8 Carrie JII.Fuhlon -- -----.-- 8'0S" E"5Wi4.of, of NWI'NE1i4& E- 8-_A-_.oWVof___----_-- 8 M8 D.vl Donl.,*.. __u________ I8.0TBII REPORT All children troubled with Worm la. 10 u*.
.2 2 CLERI' b* '
--- hg81 < althyculor, wha a ladluta poor ) a* a
y<. ot 'q- 111 A la ISO k.. t I.. May I, IIU3lti .
Car ____ 8 22 2S.a Leonard --- of th miff, them I* mor o I. Moment dl'..
_______ .81 pr>rt Clerk of the Circuit Courtin .
One 1M of land 140 ft In 6ECor and Bradford County. on tie G UVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC 31ven
square BT COUNTY 'e.
2 80 I PAID
Croen Hamilton 1 -- ---- 0 rMMIISJON.R Flr. larly for twos three weak will serbS the bluwl.Inurov
I .
ot NW," of SEt ______-82 0 U I3Cd1"0. "d Ceaeral loans of teaa for IK 1021.

Coin at 8W Cor ot \\"y. of NElt. ( vfalttv Martha Kiau pauper .._. __. ___.__. fRO l W HAYES.Ta I *the dlaWation.and. act aa a ilnoeralS<_
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eV:br Our J I Richmond, Va. June 5.-(Special)- I i Commercial
Gathered During tb
IfN fasts :
ttn' j Rlohmond has called for tbe remnant
1 Regular Corre.pondents. I of that army which defended her for I 'Iq
L is ) I I tour years and 'by the thousands will ,
I k, i iI iI { II,; ; c- _=-.J I the survivor answer the summons to Job Printing :

|I b* bere on June 19, 20, 21 and 2S.I .
I I ItltOOKEK I I I Tbe last three day are those flied
II I
I i for the welcoming and entertainment
ii Brooker, June 2--.Mrand Mrs II | of the United Confederate Veteransat

Smith, of Graham, spent Sunday\ herewith I y at their 32U annual reunion. June 19 I
friend, I bas been set as the date for beginning/ : I

a .ROKIL and Vera Surreney. o f the ceremonies which will engage;\ ;\ the
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attention of the Confederated Southern
' Pine Hill spent Sunday here with rel
I Uemorlal Association and of Sous of
t atives.McH. II I Confederate Veterans.
: rs. M. V. Mntheny, J. ;M. !Shaw | Preparation are now complete for .

fr 'r., and Lewis Shrivor spent Friday I taking rare of the enormous number

I afternoon in Gainesville of visitors who are expected to attend CARDS
: Leila Mae Andreu of Alitchua, spent the reunion. Tbe veteran will be I

the week-end here with relatives.! l' t t made comfortable at the hotels, with I POSTERS

: L. L. Godwin nnd son, Dwight, and 4 friends or relative and In private '

D. Dukes, of Aluthua, spent Thursday > homes. I ENVELOPES
Provide Comfortable Quarter. _
afternoon here I
and hi.daughter .. A Mother's Advice Upon their arrival at the railroad
Kelly, -
Mr. and :Mrs Grady BILL HEADS
to'ou, Mothers I IUirmingluini II station In this city each veteran will '
tIe \ of Gainesville, are here Health is Vital II III
| be met by a member of the Reunion
visit with relatives. nnd \11\-" After(! becoming" I
for H few days I Committee! given an Identification NOTE HEADS ::
3 n mother my health gave' way. suffered .
friends l severely with I n pain low down I J card! and assigned to quarters. If I
t Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kazen and children in my right side. Illy sinter! -In. law, previous arrangements for WINDOW CARDS
spent Thursday in Gainesville' "having been cured of a bad ease of Ii| datlons have not been accosnmo-I, I
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Dogan NaH, of SampsonMH. hero feminine trouble by tftkiiiR\ Dr. !'ierCI"s i, ever, Brigadier-General Jo Lane Stern, SHIPPING TAGS -'
l I favorite rresrriplinn, advised me toI
chairman of the Reunion Committee
Friday afternoon I take it, which I did I am now stnitiiiK .
Mrs. Turner, of Aluchua, has been on niv third bottle mid the pain urges that ail visitors make their rr. LETTER HEADS .
hero for the past few days visiting at has all left( inn. :Mv husband mud to | trvatlon before coming to Richmond, I
It. A. Weeks.Col. i me the other day 1'lInt'm'orill'' 1'n- applying to the hotels or to the Information .
the home of
1'rlJ'tinli must oo u wimdi' rfnl medi- and Quarters Committee. ,
A. Z. Vdkinn. of StInk, was a I
'I cine I don't hear von romI1inlrllnnv \ |I Postofflce Box No. 685, Richmond for
td visitor to our town Friday n ft<'rnoon. morn.' "-;Mrs. Ruth Williamson l I quarters In private homes and boarding .
Virginia Week spent last! week in' 401t First\ Avenue. house

Jacksonville with friends. I IMr I[ You slionM, obtain tlila famous Reasonable cost, from $125 to $2
l I rrwcnplmn now nf your in-aied. Thug II
: and Mrs. II. H. Ingrain and Mr. plore! in tablets, or Iifl"II 1, or write DiI'lprre I per day for loNglng and breakfast will !
and Mrs. K. W. :Mills, of Jacksonville, 1'resitent, Invalids' Hotel in prevail In private homes. Dinner and

linvo been hero for the past few days \\l1Ifl( lu. N. \ ., (for (free medical advii' \ supper, with the compliments of the

...'...loIn.. !,,!;. ...... tlm,.._ .hnmu.._..._ lit,__ E._n T.__ .Stewart., City of Richmond aDd the Commonwealth
Sheriff Epperson, of Ktarke. was n. of Virginia, will be supplied

q business visitor here Thursday after 1 Look for the Seat.I Confederate veterans who desire them "
i | You vlll lied It lass easy to uproot on June 20( 21 and 22. BradfordI
noon.
faults than to 'hol.,' them by gala- Elaborate Program.
Imitations have been received hero Ing. vlrtnoH. Ill not think of your The program of exercise and enter, I
by-relatives of !Miss Klnora' Wilson to faults; still less of others': faults; In I talnm nts probably will make thin the '.

the graduating exercises of the Gor every i>cr nn w liu comes near you greatest reunion In the history of the ,

y don-Keller hospital. Tampa, May 30, look for ttMit N good and strong; l United Confederate Veteran One or County
of which Miss Wilson), is a student. honor thnt ; rejoice In It; and your the most impressive exercise li
Miss Wilson once lived here and while I faults will drop oar' like dead leaves, I which the veterans will take !part wll "
be the laying of the corner stone fr-
when their time <*uiicH.-rtuNkln.
here has many friends who congratulate I
--- the Matthew Fontaine Maury mom
her on her success ; I a
went 7
Li !Morgan and family spent the Influence on Character. I Addresses, will be delivered by son elegraph
In the molding of character nothing
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week-end with relatives at Sampson.
of the South's greatest orators, the i ,
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natters .so much IIM liuhieuce. It IKi
v W. Kelly, of New River, was here will be a great parade and Nl71p\
i the heart of all .education the Innersecret ,
Monday! afternoon. I I band concerts a Confederate balf a
of homo mill ot' whool. More "
1 :Mrs Colson, of Pine Hill, spent a than any wit or H''iiiu IK the value dozens of other feature! designed i j',. STARKE, FLORIDA

few days of last week here with rel there of KlmpliKnoilnenK' "moral I tlcularly to entertain and please
j Old South' h ro I atives. I t-liouclilfiilnt:: s. bui'rountl u life with
Marguerite Shriver spent Friday afternoon Its rays and dormant Fondness! will not
at least five minutes of her life .
!in Gainesville. full to com to birth.j ( : .

Pr. Collar of High Springs, spent a I to the temperance cuube.: He told her ';.'- ".'-,:' ::: :.. .'; ; '..: .. .: -- ::.. ;:. .- ,- : ::::.: ..: :- """' .: ,...:_.:::.:.. ....:. -. -.-::. -: :....;ii,.
;, few days last week here attending toIl he had just received a letter from :JK-I : .- --_ .. ,
I business affairs.B. j I| W. C. T. U. COLUMN I rail's ;Magazine, asking her to repl\ -

d1 I i I to Gertrude Atherton's article do ...;:_
Y. P. U. Sunday evening! eight ,6 ;j
o'clock.11'8.: Pinholster leader Ii i JT1IK STORY OF THE 'STAR' LADY I nouncing prohibition which was to
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4 The B. V. P. U. social was a success Appear in the same number. Stimuilated ."',,
and enjoyed by all who attended The !Mill! River (Cal.) W. C. T. U. by the realization that this opportunity -
had been given her she had
It. I recently gained n new member of
t A social was given at the home'ofE. whom it Is very proud.! Her name is herself propped up In bed and, with

H. Andreu Jr, Tuesday evening.Mr. I on till title page of a dozen! or more i! typewriter before her indited her nies- F. L

Pukes and children, of :Five of the most wholesome and popular 1 sage( fur prohibition, knowing! that TURNER
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;Mile' spent the week-end here ,, work of fiction, meeting with Urge : the words might be the Jast from her
Toward the close she wrote, "I 1 1i
sale in our book stores and eagerly!: ,,1'1. ,
i 1 should! like! to in window
sought on the shelves of our publiclibraries. put my

Only Partially 'Informed. She Is Kathleen Norris. At ,' aim pits little banner of-what? For The Legislature 2
Group
"It is from history that we must the invitation of n modest! busy young round and white' star? It n1

learn to judge the future," remarked mother president of: the local union, : mean that In every possible way I I
the serious citizen "Yes" replied the ,land mine stood to our puns at an

; observer; "but every dpy's: news r.- who abstruse joined arguments, and it didn't or eloquent require pleadin any- I j|I cost of momentary cmbnra!'sment or I Comes out Flat-Footedly and His Platform of Principles
minds us that history U not yet con l I social hurt. It would mean that liquori ,

9f' I .'ete." is now gta bring known her among into the white ranks.ribboncrs She 'i,I was neither permitted nor discussed Solicits the active support of those who believe in these views.

in our house, that there was no sinil
"
" as the "Star Lady, for the beautifulidea I
Dally Thought. inn here toward breaking
,'t t All the greatest men live In theft of the "star in the window" was I, the! law.indulgence"
le' purpose and effort more tban It I 18 possible suggested by her in a magazine arti- 'I I To the People of Bradford County : tailment of all appropriations to the greatest

for them to live la reality.-Ru.. cle. And thereby hangs a tale! Some \ extent consistent with good government
I kin. months she jTUHERCVIOSI-4, ALCOHOLICS
ago was very seriously ill
I am a candidate: for the Legislature in
and her physician warned her to "set FATLThe Fourth-The smaller schcols should not
Group 2 and solicit jour vote and support. I
1 Dally Thought. ,I her home in order" for he feared the was born and reared in Baker county and edu- be starved while the state institutions of high.

I A single grateful thought\ turned end was near. She said to her husband report of the central committeefor cated in the public schools of Baker and Co- er learning flourish on handsome appropria
4' heavenward Is", the most perfect prayer that she wished she could live a the instruction and institutional tions.rifth.
lumbia counties. I have made
a success a* a
,: i -lA'Sllnit. little longer that she might be able to 'I care of tuberculous patients and cancer -
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business
and
and
1 man by
cases in Berlin calls special attention energy perseverance -I am against! compulsory cattle dip-
with my experience and training I feel that I ping.
to one feature of the work of
s tt161ffitltib t>f ID JrQflBBfl fl can \be of some service to the people ,of my
1919, the high death rate of the alcoholic
county. Sixth-I am In favor of increasing the .
pensions
patient The body enervated by .
alcoholism the report explains, is Unable of the Confederate Soldiers, if their pensions -
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solicit your support on the following are not sufficient to
maintain them with
because of under nourishment, to
platform of principles which' I pledge myself the high e-t of living.Seventh .
resist any kind of disease attack and to uphold:

easily succumbs to it. -I am against the enactment of a

4 i Added to this, the influence of alcoholism Firt-Taxation is not equalized and our State-wide "no-fence law" It does not mean

i -i.1 on the financial circumstances tax laws must be adjusted so that the burden one fence but two fences and if I am elected

of: addicts becomes so unfavorablethat of taxation will be placed in just proportion the people will have a man that will fight the
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I they are unable to provide themselves on all classes of property. The owner of the no-fence law to the end.

r r.. with the expensive remediesand small holding is now carrying and for many

care necessary for their recovery. years has carried the greatest part of this Eighth-I am opposed to legislation

', : Elberton Blue Georgia Granite Tuberculosis appears frequently a* burden Therefore, I am in favor of any law the bidding of or under threat from any groupor

r the fatal disease of our>, alcoholics ev- that will inaugurate a better system of taxation ,or Even the majority has no right to
1 "THE STONE ETERNAL"And f en among those who abandon their al- and lessen the burden of taxation. indulge in despotism. All laws should be for

GEORGIA.MARBLEinits| varioua.hade.makeMEMORIALS: 1 rohot, when it is too late. the benefit of the whole.

Second-There is ni> excuse for a constant '
DECREASE IN:' DRINKING AMONG change of text books for our public schools :Ninth-I am in favor of any law that will }

i i COLLEGE STUDENTSProf. : This matter must be settled in such a way tractive.Upon benefit the. farmer and make farming more at-

that the patrons of our public schools may
RenownedFORARCHITECTURALDIGNITY Henry A. Yeomans In his report not be needlessly robbed at the bidding of the these principles' and an honest "

: i as dean of Harvard College! covering publishers. pledge to work for the bt interests of Bradford -

the academic year 1920-21, says county and the State of Florida
in
and EVERLASTINGENDURANCE the students of his college are more Third-I shall work to eliminate needles matter which' may arise. I solicit any
active
mature, more responsible and more I appropriations of State Funds and for the cursupport and rote your '

Three essential factor toJbe:considered intbuying: monuments sensible of their obligations

are. :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. community than were the undergraduates /

RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this !combination of one or two decades ago I
"They take a keener interest In tho
'iI when'buyingjour material. problems of the general community," j F. L. TUANER i

COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. says the report, "aoj react more I
sharply to its feelings and opinions.
Leading Manufactnrvr of the South
:. The use of alcoholic liquors for Instance POLITICAL DVERTISEIES'TU
.Field Special
or Representative,
illustrates this tendency. Few.er .
I 1 W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA. students drink alcoholic liquors and

8a fewer student drink to excess than
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