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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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SHERIFF DOWLING OF DUVAL :( I CHANGE OF VENUE GRANTEDIN 1 ROBBERS BIND CASHIER AND ( I 1


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Etl'ulin Session Lasted for More I I OPEN LETTER TO TOWN l'orx-() Appropriates $3.500 for Trial i BIRMINGHAMXE: :' : I -Make: ietiiHiiy 1I.ron'.1 PHARAOH CURSE AGAIN? ,
CU VICTIMBirmingham
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Than Four and a Half Hours Because Expenses of Whipping Boss," ER GETS ANOTHER larm Is Sounded *;
of a Review of !Much of the., heath of George Jay Gould Recall

TI..tilUon-Announcement of Re- Starke, May 2\1! 1 1923.! Cross City, May 24.Judge: A. G. Ala., May 29.-Char- \ Tampa, May 2no.tily entering. Ancient, Relief I} # Dy
itiHl.iti'ment was Made at 6: OO'do'k To the Town Council of Starke: the banking rooms of tho Tampa ,, '
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Campbell late today sustained a motion ley Graft, 3S, a grocer, is dead today, I )
Wednesday. In an endeavor to reduce or eliminate by the state for a change of venue a victim of Birmingham's axe murderer Welfare society, at 503 Tampa street Has the curse of the Pharaohs, ,
the present friction between I' in the case of Walter Higginbotham i his, body having been found last at 12:30: p. m. Monday two holdupmen claimed another victim in revenge for a
Tallahassee, May 24-Former Sher. your body and that of the board l of' convict whipping boss, switchingthe night by Birmingham police authorities bound Manager Carlos A. Escul- the opening of t the tomb of the ancient s r

,fff H. Dowling, of Duval county,, bond trustees of the city electric I light :I scene of the trial from here to lying in a pool of his own blood, ante to a chair in the back room of \ King Tutanklmtnon? ,
va today reinstated by the Florida and water plant and in order that the Lake City, Columbia county. No date his, head. split with one blow of an the office and rifled! the drawers of George/ Jay Gould; l, Sr., American b
stab senate in an executive session work of installing a new )plant may i' was set for trial. axe and his throat cut from car to the banking department, securing' t financier who ,died, in Paris a week a

shah lasted for more than four anda not be hindered, I beg! to submit for I' Defense attorneys combatted the ear. about $800 in rash and making a clean I I ago, visited. the ancient tomb about 111 ,

halt hours. Under the rules of the your consideration the following) : motion of the state with the presenta People occupying the rooms in the !getaway before Esc-nlante oou d raise the time Lord Carnarvon was opening
senate the 'members are permitted to 1. That the present board of bond! tion of affidavits, introduced by the rear of the .store were unaware of the I nn alarm. it. Lord Carnarvon died.. several h '
give out only the bare resultfailureto trustees, having/ had active charge of state, were obtained by W. H.: Mat. murder until the arrival of the po Flashed Revolver months RICO }t i

sustain the governor in his suspension the present plant for the past several I thews, now under indictment for murder lice. A blood 'spattered axe stood behind He said that his assistant, G. F. Mr. Gould visited the tomb and
and reinstatement of the officer years, are in position to, should and and asserted that alleged misleading the daor. The handle of the Implement Zimmerman, had left the bank abouta joked with Lord Carnarvon about the < M "
Senator W. M. Igou, of Eustis doubtless do know the condition of I newspaper reports of the had boon shortened so it half hour before the robbery took curse of loath' said 1 to follow any one ,1 il ?f 'a

chairman of the special investigating the present plant. Also, having had I case had not been read by citizens of could be carried under a coat. place, and suddenly. a man enteredthe who disturbs the tomb of an Egyptian \' J t '
committee named' by Senate Presi- the matter constantly before them,, Dixie county as they had been by out Evidence points to a robbery motive room and approached the front king In a few days Gould contracted ,tp

dent T. T. 'l urnbull, of Monticello,, and having employed an engineer who I siders. according to the police. office used as a conference room. Es- a heavy cold. .,
moved at 11:10 thij morning; that the was satisfactory to your body as well i Higginbotham is charged in a grand Grafe Is the nineteenth victim of calante sni"he- stepped i forward, ttv The American returned at once to ,
senate go into executive session. At as to them, they should be and doubtless jury indictment with first degree the fatal ax here In forty-two months I greet the caller who us he approached Puritt. When news cane that Carnar ;p

1 o'clock the senate adjourned to 3 are in possession! of informationand I II I murder in connection with the death' and, the assault that resulted in his thrust out an automatic pistol von was dead and the mysterious '..) .

j p>, m., Without having reached any knowledge as to the best type of of Martin Tabert, of North Dakota, death was the twenty-eighth attack and commanded! him to keep !still.! Es- curse was recalled, Gould was shocked. ) )
decision. When the senate reconvened new plant to be installed. 'I who died in the convict camp of the that has been made. calante said he realized that it was He (In said to have pondered con- i
at 3 o'clock several measures of 2. That the present current rate Putnam Lumber Company, near here, Perpetrators have been Bent to prison a holdup and involuntarily raised his. tinually over the mystery. r .'

negligible! importance were taken up of 22 Vt cents per K. W. is absolutely I in February, 1922. It Is alleged that in only three cases but the police arms in token of surrender or nonresistance The doctors felt sure that worry ) r' )
and disposed of and another motion exorbitant; I U probably considerably excessive whippings by Higginbotham state they unearthed evidence in three when the robber commanded hastened Mr. Gould's death. Without + ?
se ndmg the upper house into execu higher than the rate in any other caused the youth's death. other cases but the victims in these him to lower his hands and turn the worry and constant thinking of ,

tive session came at 4 o'clock town in the state, but is necessaryfor The judge's action followed arguments cases refused to prosecute.The around. the strange curse of the Pharaohs ha t
Just at 6:40 o'clock the doors of the operation of the present obsolete that consumed the entire day, slaying of Grafe was the first He said he started. to obey the command might have recovered. doctors said. t )

the senate chamber were thrown open plant. I am informed by the counsel for the state contending thata outbreak of any violence* since Jan- unit thenj noticed another man Gould weighed less than Jill) pounds ,

and with the opening came the announcement board of bond trustees that it is their fair trial of the charge of first degree uary 23, when Luigi Vitelluro and his coming In the door, the thought. then when hit died. 7r v
without embellishmentthat intention to reduce this rate to 15c murder against Higginbotham wife were attacked. Mrs.\ Vitellaro coming t<* him that he would get help + .

ISheriff Dowhflg had been re- immediately upon the completion of( i could not be obtained here, and presented died the next day and her husband a doxpito the robber's command for SUCCESSFUL WORK AT CROSBY: i fy
instated. the new plant. affidavits in support of the week later. obeyance in silence. CEMETERY: d'Q
The reinstatement is said to mean 3. That the board of bond trustee contention.The Police have held the theory that the The other man, however, proved to i

$_2.000 to the suspended officer, sal- complying with the law in !such! case Putnam Lumber Company held perpetrators are drug victims who be an accompli! < Escalante said, and Last Friday. over one hundred,\ peo- \

ary and fees he has lost through) the are now advertising for bids on necessary the center of the arguments, the state murder in order to obtain more mon also entered the office. With tho gun plo gathered at Crosby cemetery to
suspension.The I machinery for a new plant;;: contending that it owned more than ey with which to purchase drugs. pressing into his back, Escalunta went help the W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. 1

fact that the case was probably -I and, it is their intention to completeand half of the land in the county; that it to the back room as commanded, and C., in giving the grounds a thorough 1 1 r.

very thoroughly) gone into is put in operation a satisfactory paid 65 per cent of the county taxes, RESURRECTED BOOZE his hands were tied and fastened to cleaning +

attested by the length of the executive plant at the earliest moment possi and that it had powerful political in a chair. Then with a command that Mrs. S, E. rirownlet1(., chairman cemetery 1' .
session, less than three hours ble. fluence. The defense contended the Mother Earth Fails to Hide Shin he keep silent, he gunmen turned and t'ommitee, assistx-d by Mrs. O. +
having proved more than sufficientin 4. That while being without light! lumber company did not figurewhatsoever : From Sheriff Officer went back to the front office. L. Haynes, Mrs J. M. Hrowntee andMrs.
occasionally is a source of great annoyance Summoned Aid 4
in the that Higginbotham Florence Powell hud previously
any of the other cases to reach a case; ,
decision. and inconvenience, a matter i has not been in the employ of the .Sheriff Epperson und his chief deputy When he had, decided that the men made, arrangements for the (day, and % %
of more vital importance to the town W. W. Baisdon, have literally were gone, or that he could get out of
Three reports, it is said, were made company since February 5, 1022, five the work moved along with enthusiasm -
by the three members of the special I is the fact that the present water days after Tabert ia alleged .to..have "unearthed" booze at three different the back door without their knowledge under the direction of J. M.

investigating committee. The solons I. pumping machinery is in bad condition I died, and that neither the company places lately.Thursday! < Kscnlantu: managed to get to Brown!.',., ably assisted by Rev. I. \V. ,,5,. 4
are not permitted under senate rule ; and, should this machinery fail,, nor its officials could interfere with of lust week they searched tho buck: door' and with the chair still Klckliter, Joe C, Crews and II. L. ,
it do at moment, every W. J. Stallings for hanging to him, turned the key and ..
to make public the report of committeemen as may any the defendant getting a fair trial here the premisei\of Itrownlee with number: of his troop
but it Is rumored one member property owner in our town would bin < Stafford Caldwell, assistant State liquor and found ten gallons buried In went out into an alluy at the rear, of Scouts. Many persons. who could 41
great danger: from financial loss by his horse lot.Monday where he summoned a negro und asked
"it the committee made a report urging : attorney, presented an affidavit during not go' sent a hired man and team,
reinstatement -another reported fire, with the possibility that their the afternoon session to refute i of this week they paid a him to cut the rope Then he turned and nt the close of the day the V '

without recommendation, and, the fire insurance policies might be rendered the document offered by the defense' visit to the home of Wash Green, near and dashed to telephone(', calling grounds: presented 1vl'ry attractive a ttgqwnrauce.

third, reported with a recommendation void I upon failure of water this morning and signed by eighty. Lawtey, and, found, four gallons of the police! to come at once. % 1, v
that the be sustained in pumping machinery. five citizens\ declaring that the defendant shine burled about 50 yards outsideof The robbers chose a time when only A bountiful and delicious picnic, ,
the suspension governor and that the officeibo 5. It being understood that various could receive a fair and Im- his gate. a few passed by and handled their .dinner was sorvVd under the shade, of : i t ; .y
removed.It efforts have been made to defeat partial trial. Later they found five pints of work in -a rapid manner indicating the. oak trees.KI.IAHKTII. e's
the carrying. out of the proposition tf Insufficient Jurors hootch buried' near the_store of D. W. that they had planned well for the 1 "s?
much
was necessary to review give: the people of Ptarke efficient and: This instrument was accompaniedby Boree. holdup.! They overlooked i a $.*> gold BIRTH- M
''Jf the in view of the dif- ANIWKWS'DAY :
testimony cheaper electric lighting service and: fifteen individual affidavits. The The officers were not provided with piece in one of the cash drawers 'and I
fe PARTY
rence in the opinions of the members better water service, I submit for state's affidavits tended to show that bloodhounds, but used only their own also left a number of checks, which I

of the committee and several your consideration the fact that if forty-eight of.those who signed the powers of scent in finding. the hidden< they evidently disdained. i
senators! spoke on the question. The !Miss Elizabeth: Andrews celebrated 'I,, .
these efforts had been successful; il defense's* papers were employes of the booze. But practice makes perfect. A few minutes after the robbery
testimony which was more than a the bond election had not been car- Putnam Lumber Company.The When you hide your bottles, be sure took place, Mr. Zimmerman returned the twelfth anniversary of her birthday t
month in the taking was the greatestin had been delivered from the Atlantic Coast Line railway Monday afternoon by giving a ,1
ried; if the bonds not state also presented an affidavit that the corks are tight, and bury I
volume of any submitted on a and sold, our town would now signed by the chairman of the coun- them deep, or the officers will be sure office, where he had gone to get a delightful party to a number of her
suspension case. The transcript covered having practically ticket for his mother, after which he friends, from 3:30: toI/ ::00.I .
be in the position .of ty commissioners, stating that there to find them. I
more than four hundred and fifty Vases and bowls of daisies were J
and cafe.He T
no light and water plant no only 233 qualified jurors in the had taken lunch at the Eagle
pages and was roughly estimatedat money with which to purchase one. were county, which is seven less! than the MARY CANOVA'S IUKTIID Y and Eacalante quickly got together used for'lecor.ttlonll, and each of the ,
between ,eight hundred thousandand arriving .guests presented the hostess.
6. As! the matter now stands, It minimum number allowed a countyby PARTY in striking a balance to determine I
a million words. has! been shown by vote that the people law. Mr. Caldwell pointed out that the. amount of loss which Escalante with a dainty !gift. The time was }
Testifying in I the case were practically of Starke desire a new plant, the 110 citizens had signed affidavits for Miss Mary Canova celebrated hm said was protected by insurance.The pleasantly spent In playing rook, and \
all! the officers of Duval county,, to Clara Louise Peek was given the
is masked but
bonds have been sold, the money the defense declaring a fair trial thirteenth birthday anniversary by robbers! were not ,
with many municipal officers, many on hand, advertising is now running sould be secured and 95 had signed giving a lovely party Thursday after they were not local men, he believes, first prize, a package. of rook cards; 1 ; r j
court officers and many private citi- *. at the homeof for he did not recognize them. and MIHS ROsa Leviton received the k ;
for bids on new machinery the state's affidavits that a fair trial noon'from four to six, k
zens. I ask your co-operation with the could not be secured, together with a her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.. During the early' afternoon the police booby prize, u handkerchief. #! t.
The defe nse has been handled by boards of bond trustees in getting anew number of other affidavits signed by Canova, on N. Walnut street. hud, secured no clue to the whereabouts For refreshments a salad course '
JT.. G. Crawford Jacksonville,, wiCh Ice tea was served. The birthday -
of
plant in operation at the earliest citizens, which disqualified them from The reception room and dining room of the bandits. They were neither
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Sheriff Dowling's attorney. moment possible. serving as jurors and that thirty- were decorated with a profusion of seen entering or leaving the cake was ornamented, with twelve I
Sheriff Dowling may take over the Respectfully submitted, eight had already served as jurors! daisies and gladioli, and the arriving. building, police believe. candles, and each guest cut a slice\ of 1
duties of the sheriff's office immedia thu beautiful cake.
COMER L. PEEK, this which was a sufficient test guests each presented the charming
tely upon his arrival in Jacksonville, % Mayor to show year that qualified jurors could hostess with a dainty birthday gift OMAHA BUSINESS: MAN TURNED The guests included Ruth Sternberif f fI I N
It Is understood he will return to not be secured.Mr. Mrs. Florence Powell served fruit THE TABLES ON "CON1 MEN I Lucile Johns, Elizabeth Kendrick, ,
Jacksonville Rosa Leviton Lucile Mitchell, EIis4Jones
tonight. WILL HAVE his throughout the afternoon. After ,
SUNDAY SCIIOOLS Caldwell< in concluding argument punch
TEMPERANCE OBSERVANCEMrs. pointed out, incidentally that a number of merry game. the Used Counterfeit' !Money to I.andIt'n! : Louise Peek, Harriet Ritch, 0Frederica
MRS. EPPERSON'S CLASS PARTY Dixie county was not equipped with a guests were invited into the dining Who Took Him For a "Sucker"Playing : Struth, Mary Canova, Florence 4 t
l and Leila Dea Andrews tIn t
J. F. Colley, superintendent of courthouse and had no facilities for room and served refreshments of ice counterfeit' money against. .
Mrs. W J. Epperson's Sunday the Sunday school department of the conducting court. Should the court cream and cake. a "get rich quick" scheme, Carl Tod- I

school class entertained Monday eve. loci W. C. T. U., has arranged for overrule the state's motion, he said, Those attending the party were: rolf, business! man of Omaha, Neb., STARKB MUSICIANS HONORBt!: *
ning at the home of Miss Mary. Ca- special temperance numbers In each it would be greatly handicapped in Elise Jones, Harriet Ritch, Hazel "outslicked the slickers." As a result l i

nova on N. Walnut street. of the Sunday schools in town. June handling a drawn-out trial as Is indicated Middleton, Lucile Mitchell, Lucile two men must go to prison for ten Mm. Florence Powell, Mrs.' J. W. v

The young people enjoyed merry 3rd is the day designated for temperance the Higginbotham case will be. Johns, Ruth Steroberg, Gussie Mae years. Andrews, Jr., and Miss Hilda Struth a yw
games, and in the telegram contest Andrews Elizabeth Billie Georgia and Lewis DochofT .
work in the Sunday schools all Matthews Indicted Bennett, Florence will go to Jacksonville Saturday (
Sammy Sternberg won the prize. Inez Hodges, James approached Todroff and gave him a
over our country. The defense first contended that the Andrews, morning to sing at radio station .
Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mrs. Epperson -. Below is a few of the numbers that affidavits secured by the state in seek- William Brownlee, Owen Griffin, Joseph chance to pay $35,000 for some treasury W-D-A-L, at 8:30: Saturday evening1.' ''II wx

served punch throughout the evening will be given in the schools here: ing a change of venue were circulated Thomas, Sammy Sternberg, Comer paper on which to print $100,000 Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Andrew and
and for refreshments pink and Presbyterian, Miss Lucile Mitchell around by W H. Matthews, former Long, Carlyle Ritch, Joe Sistrunk,,, worth of mln white brick cream and home made Don Hoover. plan and the men $3:>,Ooo.-ln
Matthews gave
under indictment Eugene ,
Offerings an
will recite "Two county judge. now man P. Prior, who has been teaching
cake were served. The decorationswere Baptist, Sunbeam band will sing charging first degree murder.It counterfeit bills, which he obtained voice here for the past winter and
also in pink and white, daisies NORMAN: GRIFFISMr from a United States marshal after
"Keep Thyself Pure. was ascertained Matthews was Indicted spring, and he has arranged; for them .
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and pink roses being used. Christian, Special song by children,, by the grand jury yesterdayfor telling him of the game. to give several number over the ra .
Those attending this delightful par. committed !\ Lacy Norman and Miss EUen Corgis and DochofT were shadowedby
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crime
Miss Audrey Johns, organist. an alleged approximately dio. This invitation la a distinct honor ,
ty were Mrs. Epperson's class, Mary Methodist Song by children, "Dareto two yearn,ago. It U asserted Griffis were married Monday at noon I government nun and arrested for to these talented singer 1,
r. nova, Florence Andrews, Gussie office. to commit larceny. The .
conspiracy
be Free." he aided in burning a negro( to by Judge Green at hls e
Mae Bennett, Elide Jones, Ethel death. It was learned that the case Mr. Norman is the eldest son of two men were tried, convicted and
MILL
Moore, Annie Belle Turner, Myrtice CHRISTIAN BROTHERHOOD has been Investigated several times Mr. Gruff N. Norman, of Lawtey. HIs I given long prison sentence NEW LATH r it 1 ,
Minton, Virginia Kaszynski, and invited and only tbis grand jury could secure an industrious and respected young ,
Harriet Ritch, Inez Mrs. J. L Jennings of Orlando, S. R. Johns has received machineryfor
guests, will be held at sufficient evidence to return a true farmer, while his bride, a daughterof ,
Hodges, Mary Louise' Brown, of Lake A regular meeting Monday evening bilL Mr. R. C. Griffis, is very popular spent the first of the week with her a lath mill:to be operated in con-

City, Lucile' Johns', Sam Steinberg, the Woman's Club next for discussion,, Matthews 1 II now a justice of the with a large circle of friends. parents here Mr. and Mr II. E, La- nection with his shingle mill, and It, '
Joseph Thomas, Leo I Wiggins/ Comer at 8:30.: Subject train., He Issued a statement today The young couple will reside near gergren. She left Tuesday for WIN! has been placed by Capt. W. L. Wall.
Long, Glenn Hedge, Carlyle Ritch, "How can the view from be made passing more that peace.when the alleged lynching occurred Lawtey* Their many: friends ,join( in I listen to join Her husband, who U The timber for the lath, being cypress

James William'Brownie through" our city is of vital interestto he was in Tallaha_ and that wishing them all happiness. there to buy cucumbers and to introduce bolts about four feet long and of '
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the indictment was the result of a a new and efficient vegetablecrate small diameter, r
J. M. Baker and Harry Richmond, the growth of.our C. town.J. ROBINSON, political feud now existing in this Mary Lout. Brown, of Lake City,,, made of fibre, which will soon a large quantity I i. already on the i

of Jacksonville were week-end visitors Publicity Chairman. (Continued! en Page 4) has been visiting Inez Hodges. supersede all other. ...A.'M. ground. ... r
of F. L. Turner.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE I, t8L'tj ;.!:!
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.church chiefs, and ending with every 'brides who start housekeepiii

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs After Every Meal I' member. In this connection it may no knowledge of cookery, and '

S t .. ....... .... ",\I.WAYS WANTED THEM; BUT
--- --- .- --.... I be said that nil Presbyterians are teetotalers mothers always thought It to., m
: :: COULD NEVER AFFORD Til EM"; that bother to teach them.
anyway; drinking men
I f Live State News 'WRIGLEYSL. cannot "join" the Presbyterian or Thew think they can pie,

Testimony From A Philadelphia right off. But that is
: :Methodist\ or any Protestant organi not so "r ,

i f + ......______..........____ .. ...---, SalesmanIn zations.; Mr.! Bryan knows It quiteas turn out an awful lot of pooi

1 1i Told by Our Exchanges. I well as any one else does, and his ed meals.It takes the edge or, )
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Top oil each meal so far as I have been aMito I II i spreadeagle demand is made for effect love to come Iome) and ha'. ,

m 1, '/ ...Tma..on..7M..m.m..........._' .....................-www..................._...U>JJ..W_>_IJ.w.'WW_ __ UlW1WllVlIIUI_ with a bit of note, economic conditions IIRve been we believe. lIt! might as well burned meat and soggy p

"I The Union County commissioners various portions of certain human sweet in the form I greatly improved, wherever prohibition I I make what he terms a "fight" fork I begins to get sour and disc

+; j 1 have passed a resolution favoring anatomi The latest reports are of WRIGLEY'S. has had a chance, through thoro- i I resolution endorsing the Golden I II and before long the two are

I good roads, carrying with it an authorization that the sport l is getting a bit too ough or even partial enforcement. In I Kule. We opine that the many thousands and quarrelling. One stage

) ''Ii', of Attorney Joe Hill Williams thrilling for any but most desperate It satisfies the some places there has been complaintand I of Presbyterian .preachers in cord leads to another, and b\

q I{! ] to carry a bond bill to the Leg- melon snatchers. The farmers seem sweet tooth and justly, too, by the merchantsthat this country would feel offended if they decide they can't livei i t.

islature requesting its passage at determined to put a stop to the fun. aids digestion. the bootlegger is so active and William Jennings Bryan or any other The..."',ir-n thinks that he w

i I once. This is a step 'in line with the charges such exorbitant prices for demanded that they promise never to comfortable in his motherV t h

i t! 'I, .a progress of tha times. The first convitcion of its-kind that EMca benefit, ure combined.and his wares that it interferes with legitimate drink strong liquors; they never do. some boarding house.

has ever been secured in St. PeU-r- lines, but In my opinion, based Bryan: also would make war on prohibition The, older housekeepers .i

1 \ 4 Leesburg is to have a city free mail burg came in municipal court when Sae the I upon a rather wide observation, the violation, going to theatres cookery is something that can

r }t I delivery after August 1st. Postmaster Louise Johnson, a white .girl nl.uut merchant making such complaint is I Ion Saturday nights, playing golf and taught by any superficial trun

;i J. F. Stunkel was notified of that fact 10 years .of age said to have come at heart an anti-prohibitionist and so baseball on Sunday, and would limit any brief experimenting. Peop,

by the PostofHce/ Department of here from Tampa, was fined $15 an a seen only the dark side. II the size of Sunday newspapers. to work and work at it, until u

k 1 Washington the first of the week with charge of improper dancing at the There can be no question but that Although a lawyer in a way-Pfe' has a great deal of affection to muU,

the statement .that two carriers Green Lantern dance hall. Johnny I prohibition has greatly benefited the been admitted to the bar some placeor for poorly cooked food. Then.

j would be employed to deliver all mail Green local aviator, proprietor of the wage earner, and his family lives I other-Bryan fails to state how he many men who are not reads

matter within the confines of the city. dance hall, had the girl arrested. lie much better than when a good shareof would make newspaper owners get that degree, of self-abnegation

his went to the saloon. One : out small editions or how he would
said to the court that she was dancing wages! The real cause of many dr

:Mrs. John F. Holmes, wife of a improperly and refused to quit when., iuor took the sheriff instance came directly to my atten keep men from playing Sunday golf. say women, lies with the moth'>
to the
I railroad shop foreman at Port Tamns, he called her down. He said she also jail the him county tion. A lady entered a jewelry store I :Mr. Bryan also asks that an owner these girls, for not teaching then'f

4 '' died at Plant City today from injuries continued to do her merry dance after loced, the jailer door and put the in a cell sheriff and where I was endeavoring to sell some I of private stock file a list of potable to cook.-Gainesville News.

j I sustained when the automobile being put out of the dance! hall. county's items, purchased a set of silver, and I possessions, "so his friends can see ,
Irm, her husband was driving, turned overt was behind; he bars of his own remarked to the jeweler: "I have always how much he has in his cellar."

'' k while the family was going to a pic bastile. wanted these pieces but never Bryan is talking considerable lr'l
The Lumber I
Manufacturing Corn. .. Season for Rejoicing.
'( nic. Four other members of the could afford them.Iy: husband: Is senso these days. The next
pony, of Gaineaville, one of the largest Righteousness U't'tIty! advi-// ,in*
family were injured. According to the Arcadia News, not a drunkard and really never drankto cratic convention will be held in about good grounds fur cloning in u
plants of its kind in this sectionof 'IV
I 1,508 head of cattle were shipped excess, but so much of his money a year from now, and! Bryan promisesto Ovid.

More than a score of arrests In the state, was almost destroyed by last Monday from Arcadia via the Atlantic went to the saloon, treating the boys cut a big figure at the meeting. .If

; alleged whiskey cases was the result, fire early Friday will an estimated Coast Nine. Hollingsworth, and being. a good fellow, that we nev he has any close friends left they j. L. SiMiiVNS

+ of efforts of Deputy Sheriff[ Turling loss of more than $50.000 only partially King and Parker brothers were the er had money for anything, exceptthe should take him to one side and tell PLUMBER: AM; ELECTRIC <

i ton and his assistants over the weekend covered by insurance. The fire shippers., The news says that the necessities." The man referred to him.a few things.-Tampa Tribune. CONTRACTOR:"

tr in Hastings. As a result of in. believed to have been caused! by cattle will be dipped a second timein was u very moderate drinker, never ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY rr s'

wholesale arrests officers now believe crossed wires. When firemen reachedthe Jacksonville, and if they pass government became intoxicated, never abused his "W IITIIEIC -\J/E-WE: / IIEADEiT' Telephone 133-J

that illicit whiskey traffic/ In Hastings scene the entire structure was I inspection will then be reshipped family, but just spent in the saloon STARKE, FLA.
gutted, but adjoining buildings, were
r7t and vicinity will slow up considerably to Kansas. The pews adds the amount of balance between cost
I saved. All the machinery was destroyed that "a few weeks of With the Department of Commerce The Quinine :-Mt: Does Mot.licet -'
shipment
"W ago a of absolute necessities and an occasional -
; and about 2"5; men thrown out putting out editorial comments on a Premise of Its tonic TPI| Idxwf'va! frIIVK
{ James Whiting and ,James Bonn- 1,145 cattle went out from here, and luxury. What is true in such a HROMO QUNINK (TuD-IB) n.
theoretical of
shortage
of and
employmept. 'sent from Palmdale. It sugar/ giving by onynn without cnunlnd nervouaneIu
I Ings, negroes! were held for the cir- 1,140 were is case must be even truer where a man to speculators a splendid excuse tho head. E.WGRU'LSslguatu.r::
'' cuit court! under $500; bonds each, said they .were held up at Jacksonvilleafter drank to excess. Any grocer will tell .
for
and the
boosting prices, Agricul-
charged! with recruiting labor for One hundred and fifty feet of the a federal inspection was made, you he has far fewer charge accounts, tural Habitual Constipation CuredIn
Department following with
Daytona Beach ocean pier was destroyed and the to u 14 to :21 Days
owners were required dip and bills are nearly always paid.
places outside of the State. They
by the high wind them several before statement indicating that there will "LAX-FOS WITH PE[>S!. is
_ arrested at where accompanied times they were In Philadelphia, although our license a ape;
were Mulberry ,
k' l probably be no sugar shortage; with prepared SyrupTonic-Laxatlve for H11'
by
a heay downfall of rain, which permitted to leave the state. laws of the strictest our
', tehy are said to have Induced laborers were ,
f \ struck the Halifax Country anti Secretary Hoover's urging that Government Constipation. It- relieves prompt!}
to leave the phosphate mines in especially children en route to school were compelled construction activities shouldbe should be taken regularly for 14 to 2'i '
s'
that section for highly lucrative the peninsula towns, at about Continued rains In Leo county have to pass two or three saloons,, I i I to Induce regular action. It Stimulate

itions they claimed were in pos the 0 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The placed the watermelon in the million- and were constantly seeing drunkenmen set aside as of less importancethan Regulates. ., Very Pleasant to Taki.
open private work, and with the same bottle.
k'f wind which it Is estimated'\ attained tier
North. a : aire class, and the crop which '.wo and having their ears pollutedby
velocity of about GO to 70 miles Department seeking to advise newspapers -
an weeks ago promised great things is profane and obscene language. Eli-
-
to standardize their sizes, than To Stop a Cough Quicktakes
hour tore away sections of the pier I almost u total Ions. Melons started mination of these undesirable fea- :
Four car loads of canned grapefruit killing! all originality and Initative
/ over the driveway, crashing the plat at $1,000( the carload, and went to the tures has surely been a /great gain.I ; HAYES' HEALING HONEY,
,1 t have been shipped from Vero, two form and railing to the beach. with the Department of Agriculture cough medicine which stops the cough bi
Northern market with snow on the have of course, never had
personal
t I the inflamed
healing and
irritated
more carloads of stock are Qn hand, appointing a commission of eighteen tissutsA
f ground and fires in the furnaces and experience with drunkenness in the box of GROVE'S ()"PENTRA'rSALVE }
and the
I Polk Canning Company's1.lant I representing mainly the big!
t! Handcuffed to a uniformed police the buyers in the field took a loss. home, but where such a condition did for Chest Colds Head Colds ma
there Is running steadily. In officer/ and taken from his cashier's I buyers of agricultural products and Croup is enclosed with bottle '
Weather conditions in the North did exist, who can estimate the .differencenow every
+ t the south end of the county, the St. desk Max Fltz 'bunkers in close affiliation with them, HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The .a
St.
forty-three
a
,r not improve and buyers didn't want that the husband and father returns I
Lucie Products Company at Rio, has banker to promulgate their views as to a should be rubbed on the chest and tlirum
t, L Petersburg was escorted to melons at any price. Waiting' for to his family sober. Even the of children Buttering from a Cold or Croup
shipped out a number of carloads dur- big/ acreage of unplanted crops and
Waterfront
baseball park Friday< weather and better prices the most prejudiced must admit if they The healing rffnct of Hre Healing Henry
warmer it
i :' I ,., ing the season and is still canning. A where he viewed -his first baseball the difficulty/ of marketing them, with side' tho throat cnmblnod" .with tile hualmit clfcct,,
rains and the steam from the he honest that the chances of women ..
came on, ,.,O-Pen-Trate Salve through the
good of the
portion from another pore
Department
shipments to direct
aiming
/game, played between St. Petersburg ground when the sun followed the and children having their sensibilities! Uie akin aooa stopa a coujib.
f i'i'I I \ each plant have gone to California arid Tampa clubs in the Florida State i all educational activities of the Both remedies are,packed In one carton sad ilu.
and the Middle West. showers cooked the vines. Many shocked by seeing and hearing a cost of the combined treatment la Sea
and another f
country, bureau wanting
4 League. Fitz confessed at a Rotary' growers will be satisfied to make the drunken man have been very greatly / Just ask your druggist for HAYES
luncheon today that he had never witnessed I to regulate the trip of every baby, HEALING HONEY.
cost of their fields. reduced. In fact, from my own obser-
D. D. Paulk, who came to Lakeland I from the Heaven of Babylnnd to this
- a contest. President Al Langof
.,' about a week from Withla- vation in a great many American cities -
ago old world with bureau in
the 'Gator circuit was appointed a Sam Bowman is dead and Gentle I would that the Intoxicatedman ; every
!
coothcc Gu. killed at the Lake say
was
Washington in a hot race to beat
Parker construction'camp when committee of one to see that Fitz was Fprbus, his brother-in-law, Is dying on the streets is so rare as to :
a :
I every other bureau in interfering
Introduced' to the national pastime at the Miami hospital the result be My persgnal opinion
as a curiosity.
m heavy rail fell on him. It is. said with everything, from finance and I
1g and that official In carrying out the a
that Paulk, who was employed by 1 of a duel with guns in the kitchen of Is that faulty though enforcementhas railroads to Instructions to

11'' Buchanan & Sons, Tampa contractors Rotary edict commandeered! the ser- I the Bowman home near Miami, which been, prohibition is a marvllousSUCCI'SS mothers, we are headed prospective toward
vices of I
i : on the Parker drainage project, was a policeman. is said by the police tohave been in every way.I the most centralized, all-powerful
r f fought because of affection of the two have one customer! who was on
i assisting In varying heav rail
r a y paternalism that the world has known I II'
David Lane of '
F; : about twenty feet long, when a pin Sebrlng received a men for the same woman, not Bowman's the road to financial rujn, not to except In Russia, where we see simply 25 cent
I' severe Injury while participating in ,
wife. Each shot thru and moral
broke The Immediate cause of his man was I mention physical collapse,
Q the natural and inevitable fruitage
death Is said to have been a fractured the ball game Thursday between Self the neck the shots being simultaneous who since the temptation of the sal of the socialistic, Bolshevistic seed j ji
ring and Avon Park at Avon Park. '
skull. accoiling; to Bowman's wife, oon is not constantly1 before him has
L r He was at the bat, and in some Inexplicable who Is prostrated as a result of the had the moral courage 'and stamina which we have been vigorously sow-

Raiding pf watermelon patches, way,. the ball struck his fatal outcome, of the duel. The men, to straighten' up, and is now on theway Ing for years.President Want Ad

q which seems to have become one oft shoulder and, ricocheted, hitting him who are carpenters, returned from to financial success. Harding; promised that we i I II

t ..1 I the great outdoor sports In the Lakeland behinjl 1 the ear. He dropped In a heap work in the same automobile last Another who was. going the pace should have less of Government in

4 I'' section, has been discouragvd and immediately went out of commis night and then rushed into the houseto just to be a good, fellow says he is business and more of business in B
$ !slon. He was carried to the office/ of Government, but the bureaucratshave will i sell
I a Y by farmers with shotguns nful rest get guns, one entering the rear afraid to drink "bootleg"/ and realizes a

less triggers. Doctors, both in Lakeland a'physician where he was given first dour and the other entering the. front he is better off without liquor, reversed his plans and now the
I aid. From there he was removed to door. Before he died Bowman gaspedto has Government sits enthroned In the
not taken for
and Bartow, were callled into so any! over a year,
the home of Mr. and Mrs B. Jo'."Vest, business world and seeks to dictate I
service last week to mine lead out of Chief of Police II. Leslie Quigg: to his great benefit in every way. The

1 ir ir __. where he still Is. He was conscious "It started before we got home." The worst enemy of the Eighteenth the money market, the price market $$200 Horseor

: at intervals all through the night, but men came to :Miami recently from Amendment cannot deny its benefit. and to rule out of existence the law

is resting easily today and shows Cairo, Ga. As we go about we hear quite a few of supply and I demand, to destroy

r some improvement. The exact natureof say, "Let us have light wines and self-reliance and initative, and make

the injuries has not yet been de- ... of us a nation of automatons, moved
camas etscew J 0 ends Senaie beer. These are the fellows who were I

lr r : Frequent ermined.* .:"re.'dtaityaut. .. aiursybypurily'1aaand sure we could not get along. without back and forth as the strings;: are a

Iclilu4! the blood.) You an won a... lea air 011 a. the saloon. During the past year I pulled, by autocratic bureaucrats. I I

..I 1 r After the lights and laughter of the .nl, ,ill. I ivlilorot.nil CT-x;: Prr! u. cannot recall one man advocating Its Is it not possible for President

x i 5 Headaches "Follies" production at the Tampa No Worm In a Healthy ChildAll return. For me, I am sure what we Harding/ to fulfill his promise, and Car
.
,; Hay Casino, in which his wife took a unshackle business I $51000
and teach
Dbr. : children troubled with Worms h8Y.'an un- need [is more power for our enforcement hs!

"I suffered with chronic leading; role, Raymond .Bennett. Jr., hraltliyculiir., which Indicate poor blood and ass officers./ Those arrayed againstthe statistical departments that their job .
rule, there.. In more orient itomaih dlaturdaui.
r r .\ *- a constipation that would bring on wealthy young Hillsborough citrus GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC given rftfufar Volstead law are nobly and blat- is to gather reliable figures, but not

'i 1 very severe headaches." My grower took a tragedy role, in the !/ fur two or three week wit! enrich the blots' ant and keep advertising the failureof to interpret them with comments

"i f Mr*. Stephen II. Kincer, of game of life, early Thursday morning improve thedbl _,loa.aad act afl a_ou..r815"DU'' prohibition and condemn the whole which either bull or bear prices ? or a 1
R. F. D. I. Cripple Creek. Va. enlnil Tonic to the whole.y.(nm. Nature t rn
; "I tried different, medicines and and 1 is today behind the bars, throw offer dispel the....rm.,aDd.Cblld willtwia I.! thing. Let the folks who favor driving We sadly need to reassert our Individual
.. did not get relief. The headaches charged' with the slaying of Herbert "Goifevt" health. Pluuut.._.....tHW itr:U.MWLAMEBnCK. the monshiner and bootleggerfrom [ self reliance and Initiative in

'f became very frequent I IM :M. Caruthcrs, manager of the T. J. our land as persistently and business, and to do a litttle thinkingand

l. heard ol Caruthers Lumber company. Cam- \T ? loudly advertise what wondrous planning and acting without lookIng $$10,000

,a t .,,1a thers was shot, a few minutes past things the Eighteenth Amendmentand to Washington for complete domination ,

..', Thcdfcrd's' I midnight opposite the Alhambra cafe, the Volstead Law already have of everything, from babiesto
#
li 1003 Franklin street. The-shooting 10comotlves.-Manufacturers
Re-
\ done. !
". followed. a short altercation, in which That occasional
I will add that while an
buri ,"t" uniting or !Hrting.
L'' ii" (
., : Bennett is said to have been second S
\ BLACK-DRAUGHT make woik a bui'iUn and rest Imposglbla. traveling man feels he must have a Farm
:
m, '" party. 01>11': b< liiiiiUicupped by H flask on his hip or in his bag, to one M\KRI\GE .AND COOKERY

4 v 1 --;- badbsckkuk. to your kd.-.ejs. v'ou who has observed these fellows for

qi S .w. On a charge of contempt of court will make iu mtl take b> following! over thirty-five rears there is a mar. Some of the older women think
and took It for a headache, and preferred by County Judge Julian Ibis Slurke' itn.dent'a;) xallwlt'
r
much
) velous change. The "boys" so they know what causes the prevalenceof
the relief was very quick and K Mrs. L i:. M.uo., Einhh :St :
Hazard Wednesday, Sheriff Will C. ; : ". says '
.k it was so !long before I had in evidence;; In the lobbies of hotj's divorce. They believe that the r= --- -- J
Y "I etTi i glad: of the nppur.uuity to rec
Spencer of Hillsborough
mother heitlache. Now 1 Just county was who few ago were the worse failure of
11 a years many young wives to make
oiumeiul IIO.UI'B Klilne Villa.! I was
the UUick-Draught. ,and locked! in the
keep jail late
; don let myself' get: in that X up county ''complaining of backache and there for liquor are to be seen no more. comfortable homes for the ir hus- i
Thursday to serve two days in lieu
condition." .' was a severe. dug I ache In the small Thank God for this. bands, particularly their deficiency in
I Thedford's Clnclc-Draught X of payment of a fine of $25. The alleged of my b.ick.If I stooped 1 could f the matter of cookery, is causing What is

M a (purely vegetable) has been contempt arose out of Sheriff scarcely) miaiKlUi-n/ agatu. I often WilY BRYAN CANNOT BE PRESIDENT broken homes': more econ-

e rl IA found to nhovc constipatIon. Spencer's refusal to surrender an alleged got up fe Hi.g more tired than before A young man, they Is supposed
and stimulating the action of say, omical and profitJ J
9 by
stolen automobile on a replevin I went to bod I was languid nowadays to have
the liver, when it is torpid,helps some special train-
1', c to drive many poisons nut of order Issued by Judge Hazard's court. and at times my s.sh. blurred. I Some of the reasons why WilliamJ. ing if he is to succeed in business.! But able than
: Biliousness As Sheriff Spencer refused to look reud about O<>tlu'+ Klaiifj i'UJs\ and a want
your system. Bryan cannot be president of the young women get little training 'for
Indigestion, headache, andsimilar himself and his jailor Louis Pom- bought, a bux at Turner's Drug Store.
up ,
United States are disclosed by his the business of '
of the attack and I housewifery. :Many ad in ?
troubles) are often They cured me this
merheusen, also refused to Incarcerate paper
\ -
I relieved in this way. It's' the X Jell, like! u dCffereut "woman.:" "demands published at the Presbyterian schools of course do give domestic
hr Co natural! Try his chief, It was necessary for the Mr. has sC fence
natural Bryan
Assembly
way. Prtct Rat .i HI. doBlers. (>ont courses now, which help a lot. What have
A'' r Black-Draught court to appoint an elisor to act In you
; ly wishes done. He would But in
told what he schools
} simply B t", fir a uu.nev: r n'*dv-get many the girls do
i Sold! everywhere. Jn S the temporary disqualification of the Doau s ''Hti( acv: t'li.:--1111'. name that have every member of the great Presbyterian not get enough regular practice in 1 to sell?

J. !7C Bii>C* sheriff and Justice of the Peace J. E. .Mrs: Miner h d r'oiter-MHburn Co., [ denomination, as a starter, ,these courses so that.they come any .
i Williams was named to act. The el- MirU. ,.) K Y '
----- sign the- pledge:; beginning with of- where near being good cooks them- j 'D''''__

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II'b. II ... ........... .. CHIPS { weak to support! tho viM and '-1 --- i )i-."!i :;i:
it died.17iu !.
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-..........._ POISON: I
& : ................_...... r PEN .IS BUST I '
Inc// I >UK mi it' dollars were )lost in
Of) QJ I ; r: : If a stitch in tim,.> gave nine, w'.iy: the coKimiin.iy, : b.\ planting pour ,'('d. :Machine, Displaced. :::: Pen'= I '; /. IL "
won't :Mean
With The a weed pulled in 1 as of ,
B tune .1
nave ninety l''rl'I'' '
ad/ord farmer is now convinced: 1'.11 ,
and 11111<' '.' Inditing IIlIr..hIott': !! I II ,
inat
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'1 I U is tetter to pa a few m >II'C rrTti- I
cents per hag II:; I get certified seed. ,, j ..". I !
County Farmers I The man who does all he can is Many of the seed. buyers hav al- I Outcropping of "poison pen" leitert L .I .. ,,
: always the man who tries to do I I rady notified their connections in and among prominent, families in Philadelphia '' I !.It '
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:I:........------...-.-..._... ___ .. f I more than he can. I around New York that they would Pittsburjr, Buffalo :New." ''GI.r'"I11.1' I-
-- _. York and other .
-- -- buy only certified seed another, cities, and II warrant
year,
::1I I = .\I But, I g ay, he that sowetl) sparing I and it is imw possible that only certified for. George Maxwell, famous, musician I ." ii
ly shall also reap sparingly and hlJ ns a '1-I I
EVILS) OF PECAN seed will be planted In this section suspect in the New York _
it
\1\: soon becomes tough. that soweth abundantly shall alsoabundllntl another year. cases, him. called, to mind I the famous f' -
WIPED
INDUSTRY BY BORDEAUX MIXTURE OUT Okra, if cultivated) and has: its pods ..IlCorinthians, 9:0.: For many farmers paid but little "Tit'\! "', Eye" letters which terrori- .

cut two or three times a week, will attention to the fact of whether their ed Tulle Franc from UM''t to I 1922, f'!}I.
continue to bear throughout the sum Often it is wise to kill the roosters seed was certified% but in recent and other noted mfUrrilous! letters. :
for most of its yars
evils lies
\ medy mer and will oT( the chicken '
J the tree with bor. produce large quantities yard in order to get they are roming more and, more to An authority on uncovering the authors 1 .
in spraying pecan the of fruit. them out of the way. Fewer are know that it pays to plant the best. of 'l)iSOii pen" letters is Al'oert ..; ) ...

deaux mixture during during the early months summer of Eggplants pepper and collards: i if nwded, than realized, especiol'y where -Hastings Herald. Osborn, Jr., of Now York City, whose ( 'h:
especially cultivation and fertilization egg production for.food is the aim. father, Albert 8. Osborn is the author -
will
At least this Is indicated con
I tur.iion.| tinue to bear throughout the }lenswill lay without tho rooster BANANA of two books on the subject and I';
GROWING):
IN:
of sum FLORIDA
of
tj, the results years investigations and the will be has conducted AMCRCAN TOBACCO CO t.
mer. eggs just as good for REGARDED omVe us a hundwit- _ I
I ; work and of practical experience. food BEING BRIGHT 1nn1me1nn1tTtInuInh11TT1T1dl; l -
and will log ,
keep much better. Kill expert for more than :110 years. .
, the rooster as soon he is beyond Authors Seek ------ -- -- -- I
Small climbing lima as !Safety '
.1.. While there are other contributing ly the variety known beans, especial i his usefulness, or keep him away William E. Holies, of Oldsmar who First! of all, the "poison pen" of today i is! visiting! hem father, O. E.': Roden.T. '::1 ; ; '.
. agencies for the control or prevention as tho Florida! 'from! the hens. i Is secretary-treasurer of the Florida ; ( is the Williams, I? moving with his 4
butterbean does "poison typewriter. The ,"
, of the the well if planted not Banana Growers' Association fuiml.v to Jacksonville this wl'ek having ,
most important
\ )1 f diseases pecan, later than May. speaking venom of the pen has. been transferred ,
Pole
do to this beans such as: with reference to banana sold his forum here ,
I. thing to end inUlnml' the An cultivation to the typewriter because the to Goo. F. 'j h4 II _
interesting
Kentucky wonder educational exhibit authors
are alsa good in Young, of LIIWll' '.
. is to give a few sprayings Florida writes as follows: 4'
in believe have .t :
when started not later than : the halls of the "new" capitol they found a safer Mr.
nthl150:; bordeaux mixture, cov- May. "This interest in banana-growing method, of iimi Mrs. Troy Bennett of Law-
" .t'n building at Tallahassee is that of a maligning their prey. LJ I
the leaves twigs and in Florida is increasing by ) and tt''l'I't' visiting hero Monday.
rinir young leaps Most
number of people think that .
and little
-w jars
of
glasses
canned very
.Completely. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTSVolueiaFarnier hounds. Reports from the nurseries Mr. tutu :Mrs.. J. S. 01.IIUIlw.J'tt '
fruit fish put up by the home demon- distinction can be made bl't'el'nt'pt'writl'rB. .
According( to specialists of the -. stration workers of the state. It con- ndicate that the demand for young The truth is that a great visitors, to Sturko Tuesday. j J J"
Florida Experiment Station, this who l figured they sists of vegetable-fish stewfrom( Red : plants is enormous. Dozens of inquires deal can be told according. to Mr. ,
mixture, is beneficial in curtailing-if would get thorugh (he vegetable season I are coming in for plants to Osborn. If )FRANK ex.ltliHI.I.. RUN l-'Olt J -
anything he-
Snapper), mullet roe, fish chowder says the ..
without spraying are now set out new acreages, and I GOVERNOR; 'J'
nut eliminating altogether-the loss- pay- expect typewriter 'f.
be J
potted can distinguished It
IB* ing for it. Growers trout crabs Red snapper the demand more .
such diseases scab are spraying and will outrun the
us from as an- flakes supply surely than the .- '
spiced mullet and pickled mul average handwriting. ii !
dusting for this .
thracnose mildew, and brown leaf rust-mite control. let. Sampled the eating was good. year. All :Machine Differ Congressman Conic Out In Favor j t :
spot, ) 1 have received reports from "There Is not only a diff erence between Of Democratic" ('onvt'ntionnd, '
. \ I II It IS i recommended that in fall and Polk-Several citrus schools were CHEAP CATTLE IN: FLORIDA Central America and the West Indies makes! of typewriters" said Party Platform. 'j Po j :
winter all leaves and nut shucks be held with farmers during the week. which proves that the ravages Mr. Oxhorn "but there is almost as Tallahassee May 23: .-A Democratic

'- v picked up and burned or plowed deeply All were well attended. At present many ranchmen of tho of plant diseases there, where Its t much difference between the sumo convention is a great need of
into the goil, in order that as- manyas southwest and west are long on grass i difficult to control the troubles types of machines! this ftute, Congressman Frank Clark 4

possible of the spores of these diseases Jt"tTerKon-Delivered' to farmerstwo and short on cattle. The time of yearis have caused hundreds of thousands "There are BO many things to dif. told the legislature in an address ,

be destroyed. The pruning out and a half tons of cooperatively approaching when the pastures will of dollars damage to banana plants. ferentiate that it is almost impossible here )/eKtt.'rdIlY.II'! Clark reiterated it, .
if all dead wood from the trees in bought calcium arsenate to be used in be filled. Florida state plant board and the i for two typewriters to 'be the his Intention of becoming, a cundidiitu, ''q

winter or spring is also recommended controling the boll weevil by the Flor- Florida is long on steers, and pricesare nursery inspector and its assistants. same except when they are brand! for governor, asserting that he has .
since the spores harbor in decaying ida method. lower than for many years. Two have been remarkably successfuland new. been .repeatedly approached by du'I

: matter. years under quarantine prevented the efficient in keeping out these Write to Themselves bious ones who said he had not made

However, even with the destruction Putnam-About 150 acres of early- interstate movement of cattle, because foreign diseases by rigid inspection "One machine leans to the left, another his announcements "strong" vnough.Therefore .
I of all leaves, nut shucks and dead planted Irish potatoes were dug in the last legislature failed to regulations, so that in Florida bana- to the right; one strikes' high, ho told the legislature that

wood, there may be some trouble from* April and planted to cotton which provide a proper tick eradication law na-growing has prospered under this another low; and every nmchini has he would "absolutely. and unequiv i''
iunw of the disesases, and it is rec- will be treated by the Florida method with sufficient funds for carrying out expert state protection. The results certain letters which print less clearly ocally" be u candidate for governor '
commended that at least one spray- for weevil control. the provisions of the law, and this has are that Florida has a prominent position l or.are partly marred." ut the next election. -

t in; be made in May and June, and if resulted in the accumulation of stocks among the great banana-grow An outstanding/ trait among people "I have served, twenty years In .,
. diseases appear, more sprayings will Marion-Although our growers are of steers. For Florida raises more l ing regions of the world. who make a practice_ of "poison pen" Congress," he said, and I want to .

haw to be made. hard hit with their melons and, cantaloupes cattle than it can possibly consume. "About 35,000,000 bunches an- imported I I writing is that they usually address' get buck and live among my people. -

Also if rains during the summer tomato fields are looking good The Federal Bureau of Animal Industry every year from distant ports I some letters to themselves and appear If I am not elected governor then I I
a frequent, it may be necessary to The growers are getting the best deal recently has placed an inspec. so it is evident it will be a long time''with other complainants as suffering will be content to live among them 1

i make several applications of the bordeaux I ever. Many have more than paid expenses tor at Jacksonville as Duval county before Florida will be able to supplythe I m from vicious attacks. the expert in any capacity."
; b> mixture, since frequent rains I already with the season's has taken up tick eradication work, entire demand in the United says. The Democratic) party hall nfl principles -

. will wash it off. One pound of resin shipping just started. A 15-year old and cattle can now be shipped Interstate States. In fact, we have not yet succeeded They apparently consider this! a in this state !Mr. Cl'irk' said. ; i .
.ULvr
(tan-oil soap to each 50 gallons of the boy at Reddick has four acres of tomatoes if double-dipped in an arsenical in filling all the requirement natural means of defense and a way A convention should be held! and, a I ,

spray mixture adds to the spreading ; he sold $-tOO worth at first solution and free of ticks. from our own state. and the neighboring to throw detectives( and writing experts platform written, to which nil candidates .
and, sticking qualities" the spray. picking, and will probably sell three While most of the cattle in Floridaare l states of Georgia and Alabama. I cur the trail. Mr. Osborn estimates who profess party allegiance -

tua times this amount. scrubs, yet there are some improved I have received a number of requests that at least one in ten should be required to subscrilut. "We
GARDEN VEGETABLES BEST cattle in the state. The industry from fruit commission houses in the canes of anonymous letter every writing have gubernatorial candidates. con- j3

V ICt TONIC: ; NATURE'S OWN WAY Madison-Spent two days delivering however, will not yet developas i l large cities of eastern and northern perhaps one in every five canes-to h(. tending for this and, that anil legislative ,
: land plaster bought by farmers it should until the fever tick in elates, Hiking when we will bo able one in which thu /guilty 1 party hus' candidates doing tho sunie thing; -
tht "Grow and eat vegetables and cooperatively. Visited all melon fieldsin .eradicated, and more attention is given to send them carloads und boatloads. also. received letters. all of them differing. In the things 'i

!throw the quack tonics in the garbage Pinetta section, advising dustingor to the use of improved grasses in I answer. it will l lie just as soon as Some of the worst letters the Osborns for which the party stands. ho declared ,. -

ES can" reads a headline. And that spraying where disease was show- establishing pastures. The cattle, i the people of Florida realize how have ever been called upon to adding that it wan Impossible I'-. .

!M-adline. is full of truth according! to ing up. though/ many are scrubs have a value many thousands of dollars can be i investigate/ were written byUrooklyn for legislators/ to come here, arid '.

'he testimony of the health special- just! the same, and at present prices i made by growing bananas on tracts school children, girl. only 1 11 I to lf; in u sixty day session accomplish very -
' tJ Ithe, suggestion of the headline.A meet with committee of South Florida by many ranchmen in the west. many other kinds of crops. Lowlands fellow school mutes nnd occasionally their views. I '
] main argument against this theIr Fair Association for prepariig It is surprising how rapidly the pine flatwonds and low hummock are to a toucher.rjirlt. lie submitted education, especially;, ; ,, .

I > of the headline is that during) tha! 1921! premium list. steers will fatten when they are freedof just the thing, provided( they can bu Wrote Vile Note for the rural sections, u' an important .J' -

jummer months it is difficult to grow the ticks and put on good western drained enough/ to keep the banana They ore described, all being as vindictive coimiderntlon for the legislators.Hu :
many popular vegetables, and thus Okeechobee-Several avocado groves pastures. Their cheapness as present plant from being drowned out. and vile as can bq imagined) I told of his efforts in congress in '
f N ature's own tonic Is not always suficifntly will be planted here this summer. may enable purchasers to make more "It does not seem to be generally and one might' have supposed mature Iwhllit. of u canal that wouldhnk For- ; i. -

abundant. :Many growers are spraying their citrus money out of them than out of better known that many wet tracts can be enmity hnd prompted) them. No motive nandinu with the Mississippi rivet't 1
But cattle costing I have drained by drilling hole down und prove of untold benefit, to t' -
this argument is put to rest trees. more money. a was ever found, save petty jeuloiiMies -
i*>.\ Prof. W. L. Floyd, horticulturistf seen several bunches of Florida steers twenty-five or l fifty feet, with a well. girls. whole/ country and especially' } 4

f ;) the Florida College of Agriculture Duval-The pecan crop, the best which had been grazed on good pastures drilling outfit and, thereby providea < One case which wan investigated) He had so fur asked only for ,ft O'lorltlll.'I''I L
I who, in naming a number of vegetables ever here. Figs and grapes are also in other states that would hardly downward outlet for the surplus. dealt with a congregation which was of the cost of such a canal, ) -
promising. have been their former water during wet und asked that the (
: that can be grown successfullyn very recognized: by spells. This is greatly perturbed over the nttarks f
I II this state in summer, as good assays owners after having been there especially true of low places located being made, upon the character of the him up with a memorial as he believed j
II that Nature has a way of providing Santa Rosa-Delivered 27 dust guns for a season. Some almost doubled in otherwise hilly or rolling country.I most prominent parishioners. tho survey would bo granted .'\

for her children under all conditions to farmers, these being! ordered co. their weight in a yea expect to see many tracts reclaimedin The head of the church trustees by the next congress. Representative .,
and at all times. operatively, be used in applying the Steers 3 to 5 years oM, can be purchased this manner and planted to banan the superintendent of the Sunday Jones of Nussuu told him 'that th. .

lIe says that New Zealand spinach Florida method of boll weevilcon In Florida for $18 to $25 per as. Land which is sometimes considered school and other officials received ep house hud already voted such u memorial -

I stands summer heat well and that; trol. head and cows 2 to 7 years old for waste land can be made, very i istles bran<1inlC' theni as. hypocrites down. .
twidwr tip and leaves of It may be $13 to $ll" per head. When bred to valuable In this manner. rotten- at heart and other such tf>rms. He said the Democratic party r
withered every few days as new ones Hamilton-Ninety per cent of our good bulls in the west, these cows will Itanana Profits These were traced to a former pastor should name its presidential electorsand i
put out quickly. It makes very sat melon acreage has been treated this produce calves worth much more than I "The earnings from bananas can whom the church had voted out aftera national committeemen. It was 4
, "s rll<:tory summer greens. week for the control of anthracnose. trie original cost of the mother Can I run as high as $tiOO) to $IUII)$ ) per acre period, of service. manifestly unfair, he asserted), to I
I
Cowpeas especially the California a better purchase be made t At present on land which some people have considered There is also the type of person who make candidates for these olllces campaign
? black-eye, ( and the Yellow Sugar} Palm Beach-Just completed a one buyer in the state Is purchasing useless for many other kinds writes anonymous letters to himself for them when they carried ;' l

j, rowder, are very nutritious and two-week comparative demonstration I 15,000 steer* to ship west. More of crops. The best varieties for or herself. This frequently occurs ina no remuneration. -

row well.Mustard. which we sold 21 cars of tomatoes buyers are needed, hoWever, to -absorb Florida are the Hart's Choice, Cav large/ office, where a girl will feel) A -

g'l may be planted at fre- the growers receiving $125: appromi- all the cattle on hand.It endish and the Martinique or yellow i inconspicuous sail unnoticed) and. I -ONIC ,
,lutnt intervals, grows quickly and is mately, more than individual sales.REJUVENATING Is believed that the legislature/ I Jaimicia banana which Is the common writes to attract attention to herself. Orov. Tasteless chill Tonic: restore

I irood when young and tender, though L will sooner or later, pass a tick eradIcation Imported banana poll in fruit I Energy/ and Vitality by Purifying and ,
I PEAK OKCIIARIl I bill, which will be acceptable shops and groceries. The Caven- Foremost among "poison pen" letters Knrlchinil; /& the Blood. When you feel its -

to both the state and the Federal au dish> and Hart's Choice have u better 1 of recent record are those yvhlrb elrt'/ithenlrlll.lnvi/lorutin//& ct. see how,
ASPIRINSay The use of a nitrogenous fertilizer thorities. At the same time the truckers flavor than the Imported fruit. Bananas gripped the ancient city of Tulle and I I It it briiwln color to the cheeks and howlimipruve. ,

on apple orchardi is: now a com citrus growers and townspeopleare are being grown in commercial riveted the attention of all of France the appetite, you /UIthen. -
mon and approved practice but it has going to try to get a "no fence" quantities in that large; part of Florida for three years. These caused a appreciate: Its true tonic value.Grove's -

"Bayer" and Insist! not been customary to apply it to bill passed, which is simply a stock'law' south of the line drawn across 'woman to commit suicide. and four Iron and Tasteless Quinine chill Tonic Is lmply I i ,
suspended in
Sopleasunt
pear trees. An experience by Mr. to prevent cattle from running: the state from Daytona. through I other persons to go Insane. even children like It. syrup.The blood I, 4'
.. ./I 0/\ C. F. Bobzein, of Burt N. V., indicates at large./ 'When these bills pan, Ocala to Cedar Key. There are also A young, woman, Mile. Angele Laval needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to I. 4
that pears may also profit by it., many cattlemen will sell all of their successful plantings north of that was suspected and found guiltyof Enrich It.* Destroys Malarial germ an4
lie hail 40: near trees of age, part cattle rather than dip them and rent; line. the authorship of 300-odd/ letters. Grip germs by Its Strengthening.& IDvl..,' '. ,2,
Bartlett and part KierTer, which had pastures for them. This will enable It was believed the reason for writ. .tin* Effect ttifc'' ;.

borne only one crop since they were out-of-state buyers to acquire cattle WATERMILL lug such letters was! because she had p
set. They were in bail condition due to cheap, and the sale of such stock been dissappointed, in love and was tolas' Ca-i"u cirip IIft
psylla and looked about ready to die. will make tick eradication easier, as it Watermill, June 1.-R. R. Prevatt, jealous of others' happiness.WOODLAWN LAXATIVE. BROMO QvlmIPT",bleU... .omov.thOIUM. ,
Thtro 1 3 .....'*
ooly
DOlt w quID.
that were done for will )lessen the number of of Starke the .
Thinking they men who spent week-end here r:. W. CKOVC'S sKx*"'* on bo*. 3%. ,
anyway, and that any treatment he will have to dip their cattle against visltjng his sinter Mrs. Viola Thomas
might give them could do no serious their will. Cheap Florida cattle should -

harm Mr. Bobzien applied two poundof be money-makers for the purchaser. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green were visitors Woodlawn, June 1.-D. B. BrownIng .
sulphate of ammonia to each tree -W. F. Ward, Polk county, in Breed to Dukes Sunday. was a business visitor to Jacksonville -
in the spring of 192 ''e",' Gazette. Mrs. Tiercy Roberts, of Brooker, Saturday.Rev. .
" "nr- you man the name "Bayer" onJukim i Instead of dying the trees took on who has been visiting here for several D. L. Phillips was a visitor to"

*">(; the i or genuine on tablet Bayer you product are not got-pre- a new lease of life. The leaves be- VALUE OF USING( CERTIFIED days, returned home Wednesday.' Thereesa Monday.

sorted by physicians over twenty-two came a dark healthy green and plentyof SEED SEEN TillS YEAR Mrs.! B. Thomas and daughters/ Ver- Mrs. Clyde Carmichael, of Plant
j y Colds Headache however, was a crop of 1,000 barrelsof The value of. certified! potato seed business in Brooker Saturday. and Mrs. J. M.Roster this week.

Toothache Lumbago' pears from the 470 trees, which was shown more this past potato sea- J. F. Turner the naval store. operator J. M. and, W, H. Norman spent Monday .
Earache Rheumatism Pain were sold for 3.10 per barrej. son than ever before. In fields where of Clayno, was in Jacksonville at There ". fishing. t' .\
Pain, l) .
Neuralgia certified and ordinary run of seed Friday on legal business. Mrs. L. Baker, of Florence, S. C., _, _
Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin" Grain alone will rot give high egg were planted side; by side a great Miss Lorene flaxen spent a few .
contain*
ani .
Proper, Each directions.unbroken Handy(package boxes of production. liens must have mash difference was shown. days of last week at Clayno visiting afternoon. .We Cjrind Our Own Lenses '.

twnlre tablet east few cent. Druirffiata with some meat products to get high The poor seed failed to com back Mrs. J. F. Turner. Raiford and Ftlton Brannen of,
also nil bottlra of 24 ant 100. egg records. The coming of spring after the frost, or in many c.... Mi. Clarice Carter, who ha been : Lake Butler, Nelson Green and Donald NODELAY.Qa.inesv'ille '
AApirin l is the trade mark of Bayer that feeding hens may where they back at Starke with her for the
came showing aunt
Manufacture &licrtio.dcL be discontinued. !good, the "mother" potato was too few years, returned bom Saturday here Saturday afternoon.

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE I, I'Le : :
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I would!' be no trouble in providing a 1 I Lawtey spent Sunday in Lake Buyer day. ] A-Try to start it. I
Bradford Telegraph
County I little more money to finish up what it ,guests, of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper. Mrs. M. L. Andrews and children, Q-XVhat would you do if the. steer-
,
\ j =--==--:.. --c.: ;:" :" n-':. has started. Rev. S. I. Hendrix, pastor of the of Leeuburg, are guests of :Mfs.! An- Ing gear broke? '
Judge McMuIlen:\ of Clearwater, I Ortega !Methodist church, Jacksonville drews parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.1.. A-Drive to the nearest garage and
Published weekly and entered as will preside at the trial, Mr. Kelly was visiting friends here Mon- Hugpn, this week. have the man fix it.

second class matter at the post aid, which will not get under way I day. lie .was at one time pastor of Mrs.\ J. P. Sullivan, who has been Q-What is the speed limit in the //r'( ;' fWl

i'' office at Starke Florida. before June 5th, although; witnesses the :Methodist church in this place and attending church services at Theressafor city? in the country?

c:==:." o.-= : -= have been summoned for June 4th.I has many friends who were glad to several days returned to her A-Not over forty miles an hourin
i I
i E. S. MATTHEWS Edltot and Owner see him. home here Monday. the city. Slower in the country, because -
I THE :MYSTERY: OF EASTER Virgil Edwards!, of Tampa, accom- :Mrs William, of Lake Butler has the roads are bad. 1 Time

ir I I ISLAND panied 1>y his daughter, :Miss Irene been the guest of her son, E. C. Wil- 1 to Re tire

1 PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY I and son, Donald, motored to Lake liams. ..HENRY FORD HOSPITAL CARING ,I
4\ ..11
.I.. Banter island;: : dependency of Butler to visit friends and relatives. Prof. Duval! of Gainesville, was a FOR VETERANS I t "

i SUBSCRIPTION:" RATE I I Chile, once used as a place to They are old citizens of this place, visitor here Tuesday.The .
rt f and their numerous friends citizens of are in
{ which criminals were deported, sitI were gladto Hampton!
__________________$2.00 I Disabled] world war veterans of
Per Year ___ I uated in the Pacific ocean 2,800 miles see them. They left for their homo sympathy with Mr.\ and :Mrs. C. A.
:Michigan\[ : have welcomed the offer recently -
Tuesday. Durling, of Lake City, in the deathof
nest of South America, little knownto made by Henry Ford hospital
Alvin Clemons of Brooker, was visIting their eight months old baby
HIGGINKOTHAM: CASK GETS; : the United States and world at and already more than fifty are un
friends in Lake Butler' Sunday. Charles who died last Thursday and
: CHANGE OK VENUE:: large, got a place on the front page dergoing treatment at the big Insti
of the newspapers recently on the Leon Shaw, of Lulu, was visiting was Interred in Santa Fe cemetery

1 (Continued( From Page 1) I i strength of a report that it had mysteriously friends in Lake Butler Sunday. here.Miss tutlon.All of the veterans-are: admittedin
I i disappeared. The report Miss Norma Dekle, of, Five Mile, : Vera Long, of Campville, was
Matthews member of the manner as private patients
county. was a same
tr was the guest of her cousin, Miss yisiting friends here Saturday.
was subsequently stated to be without
d called Governor and treated exactly on the
W a committee which on II III1ardt.e foundation, but it served to direct an Ruby Proctor Sunday. :Mrs.\ D. L. Bugg and son, D. L. Jr., are
the entitled to and
weeks seeking re- basis. They
are
two same
ago
amount of attention to the little Miss Alice Piper and Leon Shaw of Plant City who have been guests
Sheriff Chaveous of service
office of receive the quality
rnoviiltfrom I same
) island which it had before motored to Raiford Sunday. I of her parents for several weeks returned -
never received -
in the various
and distributed
i of Dixie county. I Evangelist and Mrs. Roy L. Brownof I to their home Saturday. are
The defense also contended that the units in the hospital according to the
\ The island is small, I 0) by 12 milesIn Jacksonville, closed a successful i
the United States of
j people throughout availability rooms.
I two weeks campaign Sunday night at
but FIVE MILE
extent it has been noted
ever
.j except those residing in Dixie county the Christian church. The The first thought was to open a
I i had lean' misled by newspaper reports since Its discovery for its prehistoric meetingswere i special] unit for these men but the FOR SALE BYJ.
well attended
1 ; 1 !' written by men sent here and to Tallahassee sculptures and other works of added and] seventeenwere "" Five Mile\[ June 1.-Mr. and Mrs hospital officials on consideration felt W. ANDREWS. Jr.
J to the church.BROOKER .
: to write sensational] articles.] an ancient race which long since vanished Allan Green spent Sunday here the the men would be better satisfied if Stark, Fl..

,, I It was contended that Dixie county from the earth, leaving no other guests of her mother, Mrs\ )Martha' they were distributed throughout: the --

was a frontier community where very trace of its presence. The statues are Parrish. hospital with the other patients and I love.from morning till night
j I colossal jn size and very numerous. Marcus\ Dekle came up from Perry this 'Carried out. ,
few tit the people ever saw 11 newspai accordingly! plan was !,
I' per. They indicate the presence of a great I Brooker, June 1.-:Mr.\ and Mrs[ I. Friday and spent several days with Arrangements for opening the hospital Softly as the: breezes float I h>'

j JI L. E.... Wade representative In the population; which seems impossibleon W. Pinholstei and Mrs. I. L. Pinhol- relatives and friends, returning Tues- free of any charge to all disab I We hear the wind sweetly pa-, .

9. 1\\'i Florida legislature and) leading coun- such a restricted area as the, island ster, of Green Cove Springs, spent day.Mrs. led veterans of :Michigan\ needing the I When the shadows of day rein, i
' described the offers at prcR'nt.any:\[ antiquarians Wednesday afternoon in Aluchun. \ Johns the made few weeks shadows of
i sal for the defense, people Lilly was guest on treatments were a We watch the nigh "
I I' of Dixie county as simple] country contend that the massive ruins indicate :Mrs. T. C. Hazen and daughter,! Sunday of Mrs. Emma Johnson. ago at a meeting: between Alvin :M.\ I by

I,. folk, living their lives as they understood the existence at some' remote Madeline, spent Thursday in Alachua I :Mrs. S. E. Proctor and !Miss! Ruby 'Owsley, national commandrr! of the We shall see the angels flyim

t t. 1 I. things under the tents of their | period, of a great and populous cop.! : on business. Proctor of Lake Butler, called on relatives American Legion, Henry Ford, Ed.selB. ,I Oh those angels so pretty,

I religion, taking little note of what ( tinent in that part of the Pacific, the I :Mrs. Conner, of Raiford, spent partof here Saturday afternoon. They Ford, president of the Ford Motor i I We. shall watch them every il i;

goes on in the outside world. inhabitants of which built these great last week here visiting her daughter were accompanied home by Miss Nor- Company, and Dr. Har nesS> state I

State's Attorney J. R. Kelly challenged works, but were( eventually submerged Mrs. T. C. Hazen. ma Dekle. commander of the American Legion. : Oh little maidens, so sweet oral I

,yws I this us a direct reflection upon by a tidal wave, or sunk beneaththe Mrs. Turner, of Clayno,.was in our Mr.\ and Mrs. Will Dukes were the The arrangements for the care of'I Their golden hair stringing hi-i." d' i j
a class of people who are the equals waters of the ocean by some cataclysm town last Thursday enroute to 'Alach- !guests of Mr. and Mrs R. E. Daniel the disabled] veterans continue in effect thereIn
lily
other in Flora of nature. It's little we know ua. until December 31 1923. If at ,
in Sunday.
., of those any county i pretty curls; their faces so ,n -
f ida. He pointed to the rural free delivery i of the races that have preceded us on R. F. Johns, of Starke, was transacting :Misses Lucille Varnes and Ruby that time Congress has not passed With pretty red cheeks and swe. "

r c' ns having wiped out the barrier I this terrestrial ball, since it first business here Friday. Proctor are spending this week with necessary legislation to afford hospi-I I Eyes, light has shown i'' ,
and mode it possible for people every began; swinging In its orbit through :Mrs. Fannie Simms H! spending a their cousin. Miss Norma Dekle.] talintion of ex-service men the matter I I their .

where to get; their newspaper within the heavens in the aeons of forgottentime while with relatives at Bell. Miss Rosetta Dukes was the guestof will come up for further discus-1 i Oh little maidens so sweet and i', r.
t twenty-four hours after publication. :Mrs. :M. Matheny was among :Miss Gertrude Parrish Sunday. sion and the agreement renewed for

+' The fact that the courtroom was filled An antiquarian's description of the those numbered on the sick list last I Dana and Gladys Duke spent Sun- another definite period. I! Soft glimmers in the sky fadim ',,

; with people of the country, he de- I monuments reads: week. day with, :M. C. and Ruby Roberts. The ex-service men are admitted the light,
open
: dared, was proof of their interest and Upon the- bluffs and in other sites I II. ,-Thomas spent Thursday afternoon following recommendation by the welfare Little angels softly flying throui i isky .
+ familiarity in this case. : commanding a view of the sea, great transacting business at the ALL ABOUT HOW TO DRIVE office of the American Legion in

wL ;Mr. Wade'bitterly scored the newspapers I I, platforms exist, made of neatly fitted county seat. AND( STEER AND[ EVERYTHING Detroit. You can ,hear them humming ..
and attacked the presence of facing stones, set without mortar and :Misses\ Rhoda and Alva Thomas, of Another arrangement also has been !j I soft little

G. '\:rhnson, assistant attorney .yen, I' filled in with rubble. One hundred ZifT, were visitors to our town Saturday A motoring authority in Denver, effected between the Legion and the I, breezes songs bj,.
d ... eral of North Dakota, who has been I( and thirteen such platforms have afternoon. having nothing better to do, pro- Henry Ford 'hospltal whereby in extreme -i]I As the sweet pass

i't investigating the Tabert case! for I been measured, the largest being 150 Among those in Starke Monday I pounded a series' of technical questions cases of destitute families of !:I Oh the little birds that sing so -
a i t some time the attorney declaring tho 4 I feet long, 9 feet wide and 8 feet high, from here were C. N. and C. J. Show i the other day to a group of femInine former service men their children .

fi attorney from North .Dakota was', the originnl extent being 610 feet. and L. M.[ Waters. drivers. lIe says the results! needing hospitaliation will be treated j: every morning birds,made ... ri
When the mocking
R, q her, primarily to secure evidence in I One of the' largest{ stones used weighs Mrs. Amanda Pinholster, of La- were amazing.. No affidavit accompa- when designated: by the Legion!; of- nests among the trees,
y ''which to base a suit for damages nix. tons. The most conspicuous unitsof Crosse, was visiting friends here during nies the report, but he's! supposed to fice. i born -hr
When the baby birds are 'in
: 'againut! the Putnam Lumber Con II the stone work are statues! rudely the week-end. be a person of unquestioned veracity. I and hininmornm..
:
1 I v .pany. carved, each terminating In a rudely Virginia Weeks of Gainesville, Here are his questions and some of YOUNG WORDSWORTH bright /
;. Then shall come the lesson and mvgill
The legislator] also attacked tho carved head, with exaggerated ears, spent the week-end here with her parents the answers he says he got:
i Florida legislature for the great; attention neck and shoulders. Over 500 statues Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks Q-If your brakes failed to work The following verses, written by'' \ learn to fly. '
The little birds will fly line 'II!
given to the convict reform were counted by" the explorers, the Mr.f and Mrs. J'fl. E. Wilson of going\ down hill, what would you do? Beverly Cady, nine years old, a pupil ] away

i M at this session. largest 32 feet long and weighing, 50 Gainesville, were visitors here duringthe A-I would jump out and throw a of the 4th grade of B. II. S., breathe "as they go; .P
of then
be the
It will surely joy
He declared that convict agitation tons. Another statue unfinished and week-end. I rock, under the wheels. so.much sweetness and happiness till''!

: had become so active that "you could in the quarry measured 70 feet in Mrs. P. :M. Barefoot spent :Monday Q-Which! side of a car going in the Telegraph is !glad to publish them I'I to learn. to fly.

almost have passed a statute to hang ]length.All shopping in Alachua. 'the same direction must you pass? Apart from the sentiment which is I --'JIIUSTI.cnuncn

far ;, your honor or anything else. It has conjectures as to the why and E. L. Crosby of Jacksonville, was A-Always! pass on the safest side.Q unusual in one of such tender years, !I) ( Bible ,
Services at 11 and 8 'n i
a. m.
,Q'' r reached a late of fanaticism in the( whercfuruof these immense works are attending to business here the first -If your engine: stalled on a car the spelling of the "copy" was faultless '! p.

4 4 house" idle and useless. We have no start of the week. track, what would you do? and the construction was not | school at 10 a. m. Itt ".
The services in this church by
I; ingpoint. Not even the vaguest of :Miss Octavio Andrew who has been A-Telephone my husband to come found necessary to change.
I.e"i..lntuu'Pllrollrlate.. ... $:.i,:>00 traditions. We know they are there visiting relatives at Linden for the and fix It.QWhen. I W. E. Daugherty, are becoming lain-
Oh the woods, the wild and lively ed about with the result of c\vi, >
Tallahassee, !May 21)).-The senate in'that fur-olF corner of the world, past two months, returned to her the car is standing which ,
f today passed 77 to 0, a measure to and we know they must have been home here :Monday.\ side should be next to the curbing? woods, ;| creasing audiences who eagerly te'
appropriate $3C: >00 for the general fashioned by human hand, but that G.V.. Hazen has purchased fromA. A-The side nearest the sidewalk. Where! the squirrels live and the t>l'pt. ten to the preacher's interpretati 'i-.
ty birds, of the Bible. These easily '"> d''r
Is all that we do or can know. The If. Green the are
contingency fund to be vised by the property containingfive Q-What precaution should be taken .
Where the big hares live, the little and his hearers feel grati-f
4 t ( state in the prosecution of Walter people who mode.them have vanished lots which ia west of D. W. Ha- in backing/ your car? stood, '
q !Higginbotham( l charged with 'the mur froni earth, and left no other trace. zen's store. '\r. Hazen intends build- A-Reverse the engine. rabbits run so lively.Oh him for being led along the i -

der of :Martin\ Tabert, of North Dako Tampa Times. ing a home here and the people will ,Q-What is the accelerator? the wild and lively woods, path.Franklin's .

ta. The measure now goes to the give the family a cordial welcome. A-A thing that has something toto -

house. LAKE RUTLER J. I. Dubose, of Starke, was" a visitor } with something inside the car when I I. -
"
f Vt The state is in fair way to losing here :Monday you step on it, or something.
u'ti' ti a "' the cnsij. it hut built up against Wal Lake Butler, June 1.-:Miss Perla R. A. Weeks'and family spent Sun Q-r-When the batteries run out what
ii the Whitten .Raiford, is visiting Miss day with friends Starke LoanBenjamin
} ter Hiirginbotham charged with !: at and at must you do?

murder of Martin Tabert, of 'North Bessie Kennedy. Kingsley lake. A-Run after them or get new

Dakota, according to State's. Attorney Leroy :Mizelle of the U: of F., is A. E. Surrency of Brooksville, wasa ones.

.,1 I J. R. Kelly who came here yesterday visiting his parents, Supt. and Mrs. visitor here during last weekend.Mr. Q-Why must you keep grease and

,i I A in the interest of legislation which O. 1. :Mizelle, this week. > and :Mrs. Col>lon Knight, of La. oil oft, the wheels?

i t would appropriate enough money to Mrs. W. II. Lee and little daughter Crosse, were visitors here' Sunday A-Because it gets your hand and Franklin once write this
pay the expense of the trial. Jean have returned home after a visIt N. E. Baxter, of Smyrna Ga., is clothes dirty. I !letter to a man to whom he was lending

I The easels set for hearing at Luke in Fulton, Ala. She was accompanied here on a visit with relatives. Q-What Is the office of the spark money:

t ,, !: City, on a change of venue, Mr. Kelly home by her mother. J. L. Gil yard and sons, Robert and plug? -... I "I send you herewith a bill for ten

:, i hurried here when he learned that Mrs. R. E. Dell and little son, Ernest Raleigh, and ,Reside Colson were visitors -' A-The office of the spark plug I is! louis-d'ors. I do not pretend to give..

w I the house had voted down, a bill that are visiting her mother fn New- to Starke last Thursday*. the office where it is made or sold.Q \ such a sum. I only lend it to you.

:1 I would have appropriated $2,500 for berry this week. :\11'. and. Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son -How far must you stop from afire i When: you shall return to your coun-

I "'" the trial. The change of venue still Mrs. Elsie Hires and little Sons, p1 Pauland :Mrs. Emily Abbott were hydrant? thy, you cannot fail of getting; into

_4t1 I .; r ]leaves it up to Dixie county to pay Cadillac, were in town Wednesday on visitors to Worthington Sunday. A-Far enough not "to scratch the I some kind of business that will in.

a 11 ,, the bill, Mr. Kelly\: said, n...l he.wtls 1\u..inl'.ill.. ; :Mrs. Hires Is thinking of :Miss Lorene Hazen entertained a varnish. time enable you to payoff all your
;
t emphatic in saying that the county making this her future home. few of the young folks last Tuesday Q-If your engine stalls going upa I I debts.

did not have the money for this pur. Miss Olga Priester left Thursdayfor evening with a social given at the hill, what dii you do? "In that case, when you meet with 1

I ,. pose. The case. really belongs to the Tallahassee where she will attend home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E.M another honest man in similar distress '

''I. state us a whole, .Mr.: Kelly said. It commencement exercises and I. Haz n. Music\ was enjoyed dur- 1ID! was only through an unfortunate circumstance visit her sister. They -will return ing the evening and all present reported x this sum to him, enjoining him to discharge I

that Tttbert died just with. home this week. a nice time. Those present the debt by a like operation I

in the lines of Dixie county. :Mr.\ Kelly ]- Seeber Thomas !spent! Wednesday were Misses Eunice Hazen, Mana An- General when he shall be able and meet with
.
.. ] pointed out that Dixie county Is anew evening in Lulu] visiting friends.A. dreu, Loca Anderson, Inez Abernathy another opportunity. I hope it may

one, having been created at the D. McClenny, of Alachua, was Messrs. J. L. Shriver and O. B. Ha Insurance ,I go through: many hands before it shall ,

k i ,I' ., last session of the l legislature The in town Wednesday on business. meet with a knave to stop itsprogress I II

I: ,; ordinary procedure would be, he said Walter Knight who has been attending zen.Mrs.:\[ W. :M.\ Harrell, of Bradford AND I I "This is a trick of mine for doing

r :.' for Columbia county to bear the ex- the U. of F., ia spending a was. shopping in town Saturday a.f- -a deal of good with little money. And

pens and bill Dixie county fur reimbursement few days with his grandmother Mrs. ternoon. it is a very good trick." I

i Yet Dixie county is not Jane Knight, before returning to his Alva Thomas, of Pine Hill, spent a Real Estate This is a mighty good way to be
"' I in position to reimburse and he therefore home In Bunnell.B. few days of last week here visiting I "tricky" We are tricky In this way

+,y does not feel] like asking Colum E. Brown of :Miller\[ 'was In our her grandmother :Mrs.\ Tiercy Rob- -we retain the custodianship of the

bia county to bear the coat temporar town Thursday!: on business. erts.O.. i loan. You pay it back to us and we 'r
,1 i 9. fly. The friends at :Mr. and :Mrs.\ J. E. B. Hazen was a viator to Starke I In turn leftd It to the other fellow. We
The state has more than fifty wit- Harper will be glad to know that Sunday afternoon PEEK & BURNS"Not are just as anxious to help you as. I I

nesses from all pars of the country, their little granddaughter Lois harper L. R. Gainey, one of our prominent; Ben Franklin was, tho' we want to

#, i '" \ Mr. Kelly\: pointed out. They are for of Sanford, who has been. criti- merchants Was transacting business too big'for small businessnor keep record of its rotation. Let us

the most part without finances and cally Ill, is convalescent.Miss in High Springs Monday. too small for big business"Your I help you.BRADFORD.
4I incapable of paying their own expen- Anna Bell It Peeples, who has B. Y. P. U. Sunday evening, 8:30: i
t; .ses. If the state wants them to appear been attending school in Winter Park o'clock. Everybody invited to attend. .
? ) I' I in Lake City he continued ItII\ returned home Friday. Business is Cordially So-
I COUNTY
licited. C
BANK
'I' r: absolutely essential that money be Miss Ada Register returned home HAMPTON* :"

T'.'': provided,I them for sustenance and. the Friday'after a visit with relatives in --w.- '
cost of their coming and going. Starke. Hampton, June 1.-:Mrs.\ J. W. Hay. .Office with C. L. Peek & Son N. T. RITCR.Y.. T, WEEKS J. H. RITCH.

The state has already spent several :Miss Mattie Drigger, who has man and children bf Sydney, have recently I Prwident. Vice Pr tid nt. Cathier.I .

S it' ,,,. f thousand dollars in InvestigatingTabert's been visiting her sister in Gainesville been visitors her. Telephone 83

death Mr. Kelly said, and it returned home Saturday. Mils. Daisy :Moore and Cecil :Mooreof I

would seem in his opinion that there' Captain and Mrs. W. J.' Black, of Theresea, were visitors here Sun- I ..n._.. ...=""" """mm'w"' .* -
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1923. n

_-_ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIX w I I "A
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rN I -- :Mrs N. B. Hull, Miss' Carrie Uglow I(' mlllttirj gTfwuitl to'nnTlcviJt i f'iitl'T, J. B. Row('. NOTICE OF FIXAL IHsril AR.K "
and :Mrs. L. E. population and rrl to be r Nothemby/ son! tn all wham U may i j. !
Miner were the hostesses vn Territory Sarah Londholtz. concern thaI on tho ((1th day nf \iitnm'" A. D. a
N far the evening, and the guests I defended In none of these! respect, "'.n. I .hull apply to the Himninl l K. A. P
( ) 'Bits oi" LocalInformation @> were highly entertained from the the report Indicates, can the other W.Cone E.&Torode.Wells. n tivun!,' anal, ......nl HitcbHrK)' jutliie.M AH HilminUtmtrlx jmlue of piVthiit: <.*f*, thA frrv ,, ,, 1

great powers stand for n moment on .1.l .lt> cif Ctxtriru; Mcnlvlch. time they arrived until the good the same footing with the United I Louis II. 11111.G. lit tlu I ,.n.. thno I will pnwtmt my tlnitl ne. 1 i Ibnw1o
nights were spoken.A : rw ntlminliitrHtrlx, of nil state' *, and l r; ., ,
W. Roberts ,
States.' .I I. t r (hun! .pprrw.l.. ,
musical contest and a penny contest The nations considered I In the..oft1clalrep'rt ( I Geo. F, Young; i Knl,lol\ Anna I 5, 112S."RS.. '
were first enjoyed, then came a .'., MAI BRYAN, # ''13. e; r
Concerning Our are the mited States, Great I '1.1'I.( Ailin niMtrntrlx. }
People lt
0 Business and contest as to what the different states Britain France Germany, Itusoln, Italy II I I +

( Progress in the County and Town. ((if g represent when they are abbreviated, and .Inpun of these" France HiiKxIn, IlUl'mmcmrImllll11l1UJlIw.IlD.fOOIlmtmJLT.r.1.mlcr.mnlClJI: ( ; JfJf..mut.tIIUi'JCrntfmmm.mlro1.tESTABLISHED : : : 93rfi=I d t'w'

such as "What does an invalid call Italy and, .Tnpnn have conscription ; the ISMS R.w.onJ.D..' I 1 R. y
United Stat.... Orent Britain and Germany -
.. Mr. ? and,) "What state is not worth
'J anything ? ((0)). have \nliimm\v service. GENERAL INSURANCEFIRE ,
d I things to eat at Carnival! :Mrs. J. \.. Andrews, Jr., Mrs.\ O. L. An old] fashioned picture contestwas In numerical strength, the United '
States comes' next to last, with her r+
Beasley and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent followed by a new fashioned spel- AUTOMOBILE: 3 '
motored to army 114087, being turner only than\ .
< Turner Jlacclennyln
(I.
: Friday in LIFE '
Lawtey with relatives and ing match, with Dr. A. E. Dunham that of Germany with 100.50O. Russia, TORNADO '
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i 1 \ friends. und J. M. Mitchell as captains. Dr. leads! with an army nf SHUnni.. while ACCIDENT PLATE GLASS r' \ .

Dunham's side proved to b v the best France Is second with 800.0OO" ; the I HEALTH RAIN I
E. L. Biggs spent Monday in t
t I :Mrs. Sid Johnson and little son spellers and were pronounced victors. United Kingdom third with 2BflTOO\ ; ,

It., onv'ille.ti I have returned) to their home in Plant Miss! Isabel Fernandez gave a Italy fourth with 2,1O,000: amt Japan I Bond of Every Dett nption; 14' '

City after a short visit with her charming piano solo, and, Miss Lucile !11th. with 24lOtX( '
par.eats l }, R. DAVIS & CO. .
,\ '". 'G. M. Inman, went to'Lake.- I :Mr.\! and :Mrs. William Struth. :Mitchell gave a delightful l reading entitled Considered, from the point of view of j j. STARKE, FL A '1

I Tuesday.Mi "Just ask the Ladies Aid." At the number of soldier per l.OtK( of pop \ rcurtatattl arcJmtnn"MIIICI1J111f1I1ot": : :)! i hrtetmt7t5at; $1mIDl1fmtmrJQDmQftm: !( ) 'I,
: ulation, the United States! Is absolutely
t
Mrs.
Homer B. Limbautrh and little the close of the program refresh it ,
while France Is Ant,
last, with 1.33, j
-. L. E. Miner spent Thursday daughter, Marjorie Jean, of Tal- ments of cream and cake were served. with 17.00 ; Itnly second with 0.80j; W ( ,..

acksonville.I lahassee, are guests' of :Mr. and :Mrs. The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian nusMa,' 0,2 ; United Kingdom 0.43 ; I 1.,

T. N' Limbaugh. church give a church social Japan, 4.40. I t

I T. Quigley made a business trip every two months and they haveproven The .118,4.10KM which the United I m 00 >W &mJ@ lnoo:: & @}
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first of the week. E. S. Matthews I ;
iallahnssee! is
1 7.75
expected to return so interesting that they are States spends for her army I I. only

home today from Tallahassee, always well attended. per cent of her total] revenue, while I
:
Two weeks reduction sale at .. where he has been attending the session .Fran ct'. with an army bill of ,OOO,- .:: 1 m [}(( @ 9R[ ? '

ternberg's. of the legislature. BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN 000,000 frnncs( RK|,(>nd' 18.(VI per cent of I !>iI''!: I
her annual tax collections.\ Ilusfltn .'I _if I Ip '

T. Ritch and little N. :Misses :Mona spends !R.I.74 per cent of her annual Income ,,!,: ,
\11"> >- N. son, Alderman and Louise The of the church I II
regulajr services on the lied, army ; Japan, 10.10 ''I. .: "
r )It-, went to Atlanta lust week. Fernandez, who have been : ,!,! I 1
1 i attending will be held Bible schoolat : l
on Sunday. per cent : Italy 14txi! per cent; United I I" ,1\1' \'
( the Woman's College at Tallahassee, 9:15: a. m., J. T. Quigley, supertntcndent. Kingdom, 0.12: per (,I'nt.lnd Germany I ., ..... :j.'I' 'III'\il, !\ 4 I'J
returned home Wednesday night to I Is last with 3.02 : ';
Mys James Shepard and children ( Divine worship at 11:00: per rent. !

in Ocala visiting friends. spend their vacation.Mr. when the pastor will have for his top- ""."1"1\' \ I I h ht 41t

I ic "The Service of Love. I;:. < .,, I". ,- "', .' I II :

I 13h Truby made a business trip : and Mrs.\ Otis Barge and children Senior and Junior D. Y. P. U. will Smeeth Wor; ;.. .. I, ., I ( '", "II''" ':' '"'."II.'I I. 'I Ii, I .'! ." ij,1"II:,, ,'" ,t,,ililll II DIi!,jI I 1 I t
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I of Atlanta] will \leave today in the ". .ill'' ':, .I'', .. I.. \ I! ;:({: !!! ::? /III !III !Ii, IIi'III! I o JtI
l.u'ksonville followed Job : ,
t Friday. meet at 7:00 p. m., by That 1 U> lii-t done at which thu : ', .1. / h II "I '' 1 'I ?
I', .1' i'iIIhl,)'!' : : !
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1 their car for their home They have evening service at 8:00.: The subjectof bossing li team In v\ldenr '.-Albany; I I I I !!! ,' 'i'. II'Ill I!'I'II'j".I"' ij,Ii jl'ljll'' !''i'li! I .

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuhl, of LeeK.I. I been visiting :Mrs. Barge's mother, the sermon at this service will be Journal. I IWOlIImnrL ; 1IIIItii'F'Li.' It is t well at --- !II(!! !Ityh!;I:!i: !l !!' 1 11"I1 I
Mrs. :M.
'I. .1) _, spent Monday i in Starke. I L. Johns at Kingsley lake. the one announced for last Sunday, times to soberly I'I' I 1. ,' "! t I! I ,I! e ,
I namely, "Where Do You Live ?" Worshippers :; IHK80S:; : i think over "II9; III I
thing! 1
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Miss Evelyn Demaree, of Gaines- All first class: goods on sille at are requested to read the I review the (past; ''heck :. II I 11IiIII..ill'II"l'h.t, !!! 'i': ,1 I r tI

is visiting Mrs.\ Viviiette Lewis. j Sternberg's.Mrs. first chapter of John's Gospel in Hot MoistVeather: [ flukes\ \'II'ta. I up on yourself," as It were, I .,I': ",: ,';,'' :! '(' {f '
which the text is to be found. A song: Non Luxuriant: i and endeavor to discover the II, I I'! 'd'I 'I' } 4I 4// I
I 1111\1'.1\ t 1
Fudge R. A. Green was in Jackson- : M. F. Ferry, who has been service is conducted at the opening 1 reason if you are not able to con 'i'y i I' ,

.1,. Wednesday on professional bus- visiting her niece, :Mrs. J. C. Hoover, of the service, and all are invited to For Rome time past showcvn have I template yourselt; in as favorable /,i'!!II'illllI'l'II'lf l, {! I I Y

| has gonp to Jacksomille to visit :Mri be present for this helpful spiritual fallen one or more times daily and light as you might have hoped liip! .
,' Alvarez and Chace before exercise
Oscar Dr.
I the hot sunshine between thorn has to dolyinR ii
:Senator and Mrs. D. E. Knigbt and I going to her home in Augusta, Ga. caused all'lCetation to flourish at it at the root of most troubles I U the J lack of !saving Overspending -

ion.' Paul Ernest, will return home EGG} PRODUCTION never did before The shower have' incurs debt: debt incurs trouble. :Maybe that's your

!Inc from Tallahassee. :Mrs.V[ Middleton:\ and daughters generally been too gentle to pack thel I trouble now "Face about" and make a fresh! start with a

Misses :Madge and) Hazel, and Poultry ACCOUNT" at this Bank j
Besides the extensive Starke ground and whip the sand up on the 'IMt'ms "SAVINGS I
See the baby show at Carnival son, Gerald] and :Mrs. :May Jones motored Farm, there are several smalleregg and loaves, or wash the soilaw'ny A :"savings account" I is the best "trouble buster" we know 01 1 i

Saturday to Eau Gallie to spend farms in And near town, the productions from the roots.. Corn especially ,t

Miss Vernice Staley has returned to several weeks with :'olrs.1i.J.lJeton's: of which, as shown by' the I which wants n hot, moist ntmimphero -

her home in Perea, Ind., after a three' mother, :Mrs.\ DowJin large amounts of eggs and chickens shows up better this season HANK: (h' STAUKfc:

>nths\ visit with Mrs. L. H. Smith. shipped, cut quite a figure in our ex than any we can remember. Squash-1 i The Bank of Helpful Service! '
:Mr. and :Mrs.E. :M. Davis, :Mrs J. I t tr tt4. 't,
ports. es and cucumbers are also doing fine. tU 1 1b
C. Robinson and children, :Misses El- STAHKK:, FLA.V3 .
save money by trading at The latest to start a poultry farm There is 'some conipluint about
Robinette and :Margaret Long,
Sternberg's sale. ma are C. :N.:; Cooper & Son, on the toes cracking unit being ringed, tomn-I' i
:Messrs.V.. :Wainwright and 1' D.
place east of Temples :Mill. We hope the stem ends., and that on somv ],, I
motored to Gainesville on
, :Miss Florence Matthews returned Carpenter others will follow their example, for plants are dying; this ,

Wednesday< from a visit with friends Sunday afternoon. it is a pleasant business and when however, a much smaller ono than I

in Tallahassee. rightly] conducted Visit the Japiinese tea garden jt I'II'iI
chicken production cannot be overdone risk in planting tomatoes, aK the tomato J:1"r .. ;:.. :

'ijOO) ) cures Malaria, Chills and Fever the Carnival, Juno 8th.Mr. and when a superabundance of Is subject' to many iiilments. ,' ; ..t'rP' .... ;pII ,-,, ,

-Dengue or Bilious Fc\ ?r. It de- ; eggs causes the price to fall, they can Scientists believe that his rainy spell 'l ( ? fl.l ,,. ,
[ and Mrs.\ W. H. Ennis were the .
;trovs the germs. 5-l-20t be preserved until the market becomes in caused, l hy spots on the sun being J {

guests Saturday of Mr. and :Mrs. J. more favorable. turned toward the earth; if so, the ""l ti.I't.. 1 11. 1II ;
1 :Mr. :Mrs. Ennis )
W. :Morgan.\ and were !
A. Z. Ad- --- showery weather continue for : "
Messrs. E. M.\ Johns and) may : I I'I :
to their home in Tampa after :;
kin were in Palatka Saturday attending enroute PRESBYTERIAN some time yet. As the tomato season II !Ii?W'W\ 1 ,/
r" > Vvr
the wholesale con .
attending grocers will be it is not that "
t to legal business. soon over, likely 'I Ii' fl. \ \
vention in Washington, D. C., and also An Evening Prayer I thin crop will suffer from' too much 'f; )..\' ? l1 v '.. 9tit. ;11'I t ty

:Mr. and Mrs. G. :M. Inman and l chil- stopping in Baltimore. Tne day has run its journey, I weather, and l if the farmers take t I/V-... .v; ."f.' .. ..;. \: 'i.1{{ .I ,,. t

li.-n lake occupying steps to keep water from standing, x'
are at Kingsley I:
The sun has left the sky,
at reduced prices 00 4f//// .
Everything: I in the .fields the other will be I I.
'hi E. E. Canova cottage. I crop i'l r
NiTht I sets her safety! signalA -
for the next 'two weeks at N. I
cnfe. There has never been a better ;
I EN&OLiS
white star-swinging high. I : : ,s
Sternberg's. ;
time for planting sweet potatoes, and \ .
Reduction sale at Sternberji's The world rolls into darkness, .... .' if '
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for the vecks.Mrs. M H B M W** H< the netting out of a* ninny vines all .. YOII
next two
I IL.. Wilson wishes to publicly express The moon no, vigil keeps, ..1 : : ,,
possible] should l not be ncirlerU'il. \1 i
But he who watches Israel I I"J .... ;. 'i.J "
his appreciation to the Daughters Travelers between Stake and. the ;' .l' ) .. ,.t .,,1
weekend
O. L. Beasley spent the : Slumbers not .I "'''S : .. I
the for the scholarship nor sleeps .0:1/ '- I.
if Confederacy ..
In Tampa with her parents, :\lr'l western part of the state r..purt'a t- \ ,\# ,>.,:... 1"1'" ;' .. I .. I Ili
I O brooding heart, be patient, t J- .
the .. )
Horace in : ; )
his ,
,
given son, ,
: .
ly rain than have had. Our .. .I. .. 1 11
and University rains have so far done only good, but ::1 t .;} ]; ...t<
at the University :Maj. Horace That tired arid weary children. ,, '\; ... j ,(
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years '
Mrs. H. A. Brown, of Jacksonville! restful slumber find. no damage. li'I : :' -J', "'#4'3 ...- (
I I S. Wilson has been graduated with May !) ; ...0\1'\ :1 > I sI
is the guest' of her niece, Mrs.\ H. A. Enormous quantities of tomatoes, ..''r' i'oL"Z': : '1i'iI'lIJ6t!!:, '. .'!')) 41:1 ,
honor. ,corn, beans and squashes are \ : ':.fL'..
Bishop. Forgive the day's offenses, sent 'It.} """ -'-- .. -, ''I
from here daily. No more strawberries -
Ceo. O'Kelly, of Winterville, Ga., Bless every Christlika thought, tL.---: ..
Coming the Carnival! are seen, but still some Irish potatoes -
soon, was in Starke the first of the week. Heal thou the wounds) and heartaches

Mr.I O'Kelly some time ago boughtthe By powers of darkness wrought. beets and cnbbutre% are being Place YGZX Order NCr For ,: '
a
Monday shipped. 'i'
Mrs. returned .
G. C. Sweat J. Heenan Williams farm, northeast Deep in" the midnight watches, I :
after spending several days; with relatives look after Our in slumber bound of Starke, and came to eyes ,? :
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TIIL'KSIIVY: CLONING:; } AT L\W- r' JPI" J
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White .
at Springs.The the secret V f ..j .iMMUr"-
his interests. He expressed him- Whisper to us t t j0 ,
TEVWe
self as well satisfied with what he Show where thy strength is found. I't; ';'V ".: 1"" f.Y l J JX
U. D. C. will\ meet Wednesday -
But while we wait this blessing, //J/"e..
found.
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence Our soul this comfort keeps, the undersigned merchants of v I:II
Adkins.P. Ijtwtey, annuto', close our places of I I
of Mrs. A. Z.
THE FI.OHm.S.I1'ltlV:; 1 That day' or night our Watcher

-- Slumbers! not, nor sleeps business on Thursdays of each week Father tarts it-.mother fmJ:< the can :ncM : 1 1a
E. Canova, and son, Paul, Jr., John from 1 until 6 o'clock, beginning on :
business trip I Florida] Sanitarium and Hn"oital f, -By Stapleton. Thursday, June 7th, and continuing little--cvtn: the\ kidihcs will contribute

returned
i capacity 100 patients. Equip 8 a. m. *, K.: E. Burney. time, the '' .hoL-1 f.iri.ily h i crjoyb'the! '

Col. Joe Hill\ Williams, of Lake ment modern, rest, diet, physiological p.Subject m. A Hero's Faith. ( K. :M. Tracy. pleasures of owning i a Ford. HSTO; is: how ,
south- .
therapeutics. Unexcelled in the R. H. Thede.T. .
Butler Wednesday of do it the.Juh the i
was a guest;; 523tf.: Public cordially invited. you can ) ;,;
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. east. J. T. HEDGES, L. Willis. 3 37i
W. H. Kdward d"t _..
CA KII I'AKTY TUESDVY EVENING Minister Lawtey State Bank. j
Miss Leita Wester, of Macclenwy, .
is the her uncle F. L. Tur- :; Howe & liryan.Anderson's I r. ;
guest of ,.
ner. U. S. ARMY RANKS SIXTH Garage

:Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ W. E. Davis enter 1'fklttv eha(2kt.lZ
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IN SIZE OF BIG POWERS ,
Mrs. Bruce Norman, who has been tained at cards Tuesday evening, at <; .

Matthews, return their home on X. Walnut street. AI
visiting :Mrs. E. fENTAWORnUCOLUMNU
(Tuesday afternoon to her home in Daisies were used for decorationsin I Bring: the Cm $5 into us. Err, .tS! s'I u ,t'. the rr"sn.i

Jacksonville. the reception room, and four tables Federal Government Report ot the new, easy way to buy a f-o/d. fi! i leer tr-ccsi* $ i '

y were laid for Ave hundred. The /game you want. We willdrr' lt v>ur rr.'t./\. a !k'c'al! :

666 relieves Constipation, resulted in H. H. Young making high Shows Only Germany Has bank, at Interest. Add a little each wctlc.: You 1

Biliousness quickly Headaches Colds and La- score among the gentlemen and Mrs Fewer Men Under Arms. will! Ire surprised at the rate: tu"! r.:"nc" f II Irs! up

S4'Ot.Don't N'elle! Hughes high score for the la CRATES: .-,,We have for sale crates when everyone i I. hcfing.! tP.xn tear.ent3!: }

grippe. dies. At the close of the game the Comparison of army cost figure\ for for corn, cucumbers, squashes, tomatoes plus interest: paid by llie bai.k will n.....&: t.c! cir 1

carnival Friday hostess served an ice course. the seven leading nations of the world etc., at 20 cents each. yours. Come iiv -Uc\ us give yuu full pattnulur!
miss the Those enjoying Mr. and :Mrs* Davis' howl. the United: State, to be the least Strongly made. Snellgrove's crate ,

June 8th. hospitality were: Mr. and MM. H. H. militaristic of all ffrwit.powdrg, according factory, near depot, Starke. 5-25-3t
to an exhaustive by.tcoTern- '
report
:Mrs. E. :M. Davis, I
Mr/and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Billy I Young, Mr. and ment itatlstlclani made public recently. KINGSLEY LAKE-Paul E. Canova

Graham and Miss Aileen Alvarez motored i, Mrs. N'elle Hughes! Mr.: and Mrs. F. The study was prompted by a con cottage for rent. $15 per week. j

Sunday' to Tallahassee to visit F. Stump, :Mr.\ and Mrs. C. A.. Futch, viction of official here that certain Cash with application. Peek & J. W. Andrews Jr.
Mr. and :Mrs. G. :M. Sistrunk, Mr. and foreign power are manipulating Amer.lean ,
:Mrs. Ralph E. Rhodes.. Burns, Starke, Fla. 5-11-tf
Mrs. C. F. Hoover and! Rawson Davis. figure\ In an attempt to cover up ( ((1

I ADVICE TO THE their own huge expenditure, and thou FOR SALE-In Starke,5 room house Cars Trucks Tractors '. i

__..W1noo ....... ud.I"I I SOCIAL AT THE( MANSE offset charges! of mlllUrl m. t city lots, 2 chicken houses, 1 j.
IAn..1.. ....... ........... "P..I Militarism the report attempt to brooder house (Ott system) 2 peach STARKE, FLORIDA ;
bow, 1 I.t not measured by the amount
Tutt's Pills The ladies auxiliary of the Presbyterian appropriated for national! defense but trees, 2 Chinese sand pears, :3 figs\ ''I.

church gave a most enjoyable by tbe number of oldler maintained 2 grape vines, 1 pineapple, orange .. .I

... WMin*effect N ..... social Friday evening/ at the manse. by the raiment or nonexistence of the and shade trees See G. :M. Inman, ... %''I
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FRIDAY JUNE I. 1)23.!

BRA.DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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'1 AGE SIX
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_- Tate. T. R.A. Owner Tr 1h11
t Dvxriptlon See lay
I V ISOTICB will b. .old .t publlo ..uctlonr D.rlplon, s_ T. R.A. Ownef (our8Wg ..
Lnda
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P 4 Notice 4. hereby .elvn that the fnllowlot the 2nd MI/ of said month befo. tb. 122 ft thence E at right.

on the nRH'r MONDAY IN J4LY II2Lt Coun b .Inll tlS..... of Flnrldt. or 110 much ther.ott .. ______________________21 7 11 180 Jane ReFnolcio 4S.80 IEty call angl.line to said line 880 ft,. thence
Br.Mord
4 Courthouae Door .t Blarko In Sita' the acme together with b. of SW4! 8Wyi r E3J of 8W4'4 lin. 122 ft.
with Oral
/ elnoutt due for lain art OI" _.____.._ 21W'y H parallel
t will b. nven.nry 'en4'aY the E. W. HAYE8. Tax Collcetor 17 21 1110 Jamee Rel/nol. thence W 330 ft to .beg in Tempi

? e.wt of wch.&u aJvert9rfnt. o------------- .___ ______________._21 6 22 Hattie Guyona ------- -
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: 1 TauD..rrlpUon E\4 ________ __-,26 7 n Iml More Wllllama\ ________ 28.9N. slab div ;-
\ S of 1.a.4Ae
Blk 1
Owner. Le ,. ... ot NWL' ---I A In SE Cur ____2\1 7 2( .9 L C Smith __.._..___..___ 22.0SW'4 : M' of 8t'y'of; SEV, of 161
A 3 by
1 ', r y Arc. T. R.A. of SESEIj of 8W;. ---lll 7 21 Mil Jem. R eynold- ____..____ 2J.U1 1 R 1 E E being I oi W H2W In ft Tumpl.N sub

1211 C. M Andreu ------------- Be24 Lpt II ot IIlk 8 In IiW% of NEyIn ::1.10 ft ____________________21 6 22 Mottle Guyon* ......_00_..
d 00'4 ot NW'NWVi' of SWIf ___ 2 7 19 Unknown ------------- 11.72:1..ofor f"rah.m _______.______.__,7 21 J H lIurrrn.y __-.___ 8.DR dlv of Center tA
i' SE1e of NW',. _____ _______ ___lJ 7 19u 20 A. Ig: ;.;;W 4 ot NBlie .x 7 A In SE Col" _,32 7 21 33 Jamce Reynold-. 11.12W 2'j A com at NW Cor public road*
U 7 19 ?'cG"s".8"1I\-::::::::== ... StHrke A Lawtey
of NE'4 SW
{ ': I. .:-::::::::::: 7 lu M.... Itoberool\ -\ : .-----Mt _- 11.72 tfor t.f 8W14a4AIn" 1. 8 I Aof & run W along .aid afreet 4JO
: 1\1\ land of N. 1}. Hairerman
It ft to
8tY3
Nk'/
f Nh>' E. "t of .. .. II A .
SE 60 ft,
J ...101 land 2t
j I'. All 'N\\;. of NEA,; ". SEq or8W Land & Trot Con of Florld._ 12.0281io hog a. 8W Cor: of SE'I, of NW'4a thence N along said road,
11 __ .________JB II 10U 8.1I N8:0ff E880 ft 5881) thence E 440 ft to
of Mv" R.ulu..on -----
H r 21) 20 31 C ------- run mild road to bell
I'' of f\W: 44 of SE44 ------------6 NW+
,t, N lr t fl N's : ali'l r:1 jllt;; of N !IaVt.f 1i.84' /. ___-_______._______---eb 7 21 IG H S Wliaon ____________ 21. 8 uf MJU. of SWi of SWV: ex -
14EV, 8Ey4 ._. .__ __ __ ___ 1 8 21) nl 0 B Moody ---------- Lots I 2 or free NE'/0 lot 8 or Elt; J A A &WL u} fcW', of 3El
n uJ men n !. freo NE44( of NW3. SE'4 of K 2 A i ex 1 A In SEto e
Corn "t NW Cor of NW to Win,. of fenr..E4t. NW'/4 I lute 8 A 1'1 SW Cur; ____BI 7 21 1"11 Jemn Rel/noldo _________ 46.10NWIL ? _ex_ __ ____ ____--____________22 6 22Seven 10 John Bailey\ .......__h. '
o I A run S22u yds of NWI & S\iI of NWVsr A In SW Cur of SEV, of N
thunce R to M.KlDnelb..u.h. __________..36 7 21 James Reynolds __..____ 87.08NEI4 7It Unknown" ,
j tail, branch tf' .. NJ.\o ot SW'4 200 W'.L' -_.______-__---_-22 S 22 --- -----0.- ,li
tknnca N along .. & EVe of bE'4 .. all WAa! ufl"l ...flE'; of E'4N of I .
Ilse oi W' ,
d &... IIlIe.hen._ __.._._._W_ un said_ __ ___ _13 8 20 t. Joo Hodito .-.------- 10.80 E of river ___ 6 2MB W P CII/d. ___________ 10.28 1N All road. _j ________.________.____21 6 22 Dan Hone ....___________ ;
i beg SW_ Cr. oNW4- of NE4. All of l'/W't. E of river.?_--.18 4 Y1 411 (ioth.. Lumber Co ?______ 11.IU :Nt'l: of E's ._ _____________VS! 6 22 40 L M Langley -------- I.tt

Com .t N 220: yda' to win font. All ________________________20 4 22 n4v k L III..k 1 Co _______138..2 W."r SWi: ,,f SW'' 1S14of'
run to MoKlnIo branahthuncu All _ ______________________21 4 U 6H It L black 4 Co. __?_.____13..3. of NW.4 of SW'4 lino t com 110
thunce ri slung ,. branch to d All _ __.___-________-________l2 4 Y7 8'0 it L Black 1 Co. ________138.63 yd. N of SW Cor of NW<4 of .
of NI'I!: thvna W 10.80 1.x\ SE'l.' of BE". __________23. 4 hue. .. It L Slack. 4 Co __ ______...1'9I 8.02 MWV A run E 147 1/..., N 110
1 I hoe of N8'4 8 20 U al L Crow. --- -. -?--- All _________ / 4 2l UU H I. black r Co _____.___188.86NF yy. W 147 yd S 110 yd to
beg ----------------U W44ofNEy,2 Thi-o Tiaon ..___________
SWto ( 17.64SI'O '/ 4 bog __ :_ -.----...--..28 6 ,22 43 'I'
4' I 1 44 .t of Mcklnney b..lI.b ____12 8 20 G5 roe Thol1UUl -_ ----?-?- 11bF4 ;} NIor' NWw -__-__ 25 6 12 201) R L Black. 1 Ca __________ 61 3.91 J E44 of SW"" of NW<, _________28 822b"n 10 S.. Morgan ---- ---"-. I 14

\lr V4 W of l'/WII. ______________12 8 20 411 M L Crowa .. -Ca---------------- 11.71&IE All ___-_____________...YA 4 2J 8.1' It L Black r Co. __________138.03 of NEV4 of SWVi of NEVi
: Smith -
;, of SF4- -------------------U 8 20 40 C A lI..wn ---- 11hli4 : All ex SE'< of SE"!: _____________21 4 Il 6"0 k L Black r Ca _________128.02N N 1 A in NW Cur of BE'. ofNEV4
W --- -
: 15 8 ::10( 411 humunl ---- ...-6 22 8 W M Bryan -1
-------------------I SWoSE'4 of -
U. 3 W of \ -- '
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I NEyof;: of N1 SW'", ________________-22 8 20 411') Jobnaon K.II" ----------- $ii wI/t a 111 of SEy1! NE'4 of Three A- l in NE; Cor;;;:----s-W- of

SWh.'of NE11NWV N"'" '.i ot SEE-----3: of SE4 6 I 20 106 J S B J Kelly ___________ 28.80 S 3K44 SE3.of S-Ei4-:-----:::::::::.!:::: : : 2J 22 686 u,) : L Wilkerson Black _Co: =--I 1:N 8E'1 E( A' W heinitIANIBby3A_ ___v__________.__.8 22 8 J A Jamison ----------- ,

.f N'1I..r NW rchurch ex 1 A In Nil: Co.. for Kelly .:.tale ----- 23.21 All ________________________1.\1:\ 4 2l 840 R L Black 1 Ca ..______186.U WVi' of t.E'4 of SE'4 _-------27 8 22 23 J E Futch -: '
C -
814 Leo; -
___ _______________23 8 20 79 22.1/1 1!;4. of :' & hour .and one-half acre In SE Cor
IIW'4 --_____________U 8 20 811 'r..l..r Kelly ------- 8.08 1 W44 : "Nl'4EElioofoIV: :-._.80 4 2a 2"0 R L Black 011: Co.- _____ 45.80NEI4 of NE of SE', being 3 A N
i N'p ot of 8E'p' 23 6 20 20 J""eph S..ricke ------ ______________.____U 4 2l Ito R L Slack, Co. _________ 211.8N 4 S by 1'-. A 4 W -_ -37 B 22 B Theo Tiaon -------------..- I
S'4 I3A" fEJ'k I of NE'/-sore-at;:; ; 111 l'/E'4 of SE 33 4 2J 260 R L Slack Co. ___________111.E".1 .-!. Com ion. ft W fEN Cor i-w ;

branch .t Corner of obv..r sand a of NEI .. SWV. of NEy 4 1 of of SEt of NE'4' A run ,
W 660 ft. StoW. H. Gruun'. IiE\I. of NWVW44 of W't.Nt'4l1:1 3 r4tll.., W 100 ft, N 245 ft
run br..n.h. N on tho -84 22 Black ft to beg ____________28 6 22 Richard Reynold ______no. ,
1 11 I l..n.l.branch. W to to Gully larger. b,an.h.hull'" 7.88 :} NW'y; :- :-::::::::::::::84 : 29 lIg: : t io"C, :.:.::::::::::liNNI SWI.E ,100 of SEV4 lost 7 A -- --------28 6 22Lota 83 T C Hurtle __-----_____ I t

branch. big __ ._ .._ .23 8 20 1J C A SI"I\h 1 Co. __ --;;.--- 2.70 r SWV/! r E44 of SE'4 ____.80 4 2J ntlo R L Black Ca ____?.172.80 2 4 Blk 1 original, town ofStark
UI' .hl Ntw RIVer.2l I IN C A Sml\h" Co.- -- 4ry of r, --------- 2 22 Slack Ca tN'iI In l'EIof bWV4 __ 28 B 22 Mm Idella DeLoach -
iI 1 Lnta 1 2 lI8fl I 24 in LoU 4E'of SW'i. : } 29 ::; : t black : Co: : : ==::: of H of Blk 8 prig town of Stsrk'
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1 Blk. 6 20 21 11 22 12 28 nf Blk7&IntOofBlk&Lota44dlU' .. of NE'"4 ___________-10 II 2J MO J E 'ut.eh ___________ 2..01NI'I In NEVi of SWVi ---------------8 8 22 Qulgley. Broom Co _______h_ 1I:,'
r1 I 2 8 4 5 8 1 10 of SWI.of 8W", __________U II 2.4 KO L 1) Arnold 8.60E1f. Lou I K of blk 7 oiig town of StarkeIn
12846 of SW of NEV: II W1 of J' NEVi of SW',4' ----- ----...28 B 22: Mm S E Rayborn ----0.- '
I112olHIkUALota \:' E',' town of Stark.
LoU Lot 2 of Blk 7 orlg
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6 7 6I 10 12 of Blk 12467tlI ot''Nvh.S : WfIioNo BWyW ofSE NbV, of SWI' ___--_. _.-28 6 22' J F Canova ..--"

I 4 1 OIOlloflIkl2&Iota24I4l- 1ot L'III11 &lot. % ______________12 8 22' 90 LIf! Langley ___________ 29.0 Com' 88 'ft U In W of NE car of
I 13& lot 12 Lot H In Woudlawn _________13 II III 10 Alfred S..rllnll 8.58 Blk 18 A run W on Call *t 80
JofBlk 12 of Blk iAr I II '' Lot 111 In Woodlawn ____________13 6 2J 10 S M Churchill __:___ 8.53 ft 8 105 ft E 80 ft N 105 ft
l Blk 14 A loU 2 8 10 1'Jh: ota 6 8 9 10 11 12 /n Woodlawnl8 6 U fill J II Willi..... __._..______ II1.U2S. to bwr in oriir town of Stark In
} I 16&Iota12846T30lt12of WII.on ____ __ 868 __ .. _. .8 6 22 J E Futeh .
10 11 12 of Blk 14y of lot 12 In Weedlawn14 II n II Leonard A -- In Nb of SW, n ------------- I
1 '., I Illk 18 A loU III 11 of Blk 27 Lot 83 In Woodlawn __._______14 8 2a III LoIII\I. Wilkerson 8..aLota Ilk 31 a. extended on Eniey map
1 26: A Iota 1 8 6 7I of Blk 28 A 1.:11: 1.:1: In Woodl.wn _____.14 II 22 20 J A 'pe..n _._____ 6Lys oriv town of Starke In Nht* or ,
A loU 1 8 9 11 13 12 of Blk of lot 12 In Woodl..n ___.14 6 U 6 Cllv. Iomona ____________ 2.311L SWVi 6 22 A D Andr.w.-------------- 1 ir
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H.U. 8 4 6 7 B 9 10 II '- Smith -:; =: .611.98 '. r of 4-of Y4:; Johns ,
+ C A A Co. ..-- -- < 51 r of lot 46 EV4 Lou k Blk J M .
81 all In New River ______23 48 28 8 20 20 Joule Mat. hi. ------- 8.28 j lot 62 nS ":: I" 16 I 22 20 J B Row. _________ 19.22n. to Starke In SEVi of SWV4 88 6 M J T Quigley! : _____.____-. fiYU i
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1..08 of Blk 16 In New River ._ 8 20 J C Poppell -------------- 1.08 I/w a. NW Cor of SW'of\ SWI,(,. Lot 8 A N 2l> ft of Lot 6 of Blk
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Lot 8 of Blk 24 In New River run E: 4.0 ft, S 782 8-10 It; '87 J M John add to Starke, In

I Five Acn known a* J. H. John 8 C A Smith A Co. ______.80 W 440 ft, l'73 8.10 ft. to bet SEV4 of SWV. -- -----28 6 22 J T Quigley. .............--- 1i.\ .
20 :
........__24 8 1 :r-i-- ;
reaerv in New River lining part of forty acrer. known Lou 6 7 of Blk 1 L Co* add.
Ill, I Flv ....... In SEVi( of NEVi lying W ae lote 08 68 61 68 in Wood- to Starkv, In WVi of NEW 28 6 22 Rosetta Williamson. -..--- 6. 10Florenl
8 of half mile poet STB ft to putt lawn ___.____._____________18 6 22 7I4 !Mra. Emma C Proctor ___. 8.03 0ta 1 14 A SVj ot Lot 2 13 of
In branch to place of beg. thenceW data 811 811 67 118 0" !!IW'4 of SW Blk 13. L T A Co* add to Stark
4 ; 600 1N 700 ft, E 600 ft Vex a lot 880 f& E. .. W b" in W""., of NE"4 ---i28 B 22 Fraymunth ----.-- ,9
thence along run of branch thence 8 C A Smith A CoP __ ------- 4.78ff n-IUatm. ft N .. Ii In NW Cor Lot 4 ex 3 9 ft f-Slk-ii--L
yxr t i to .beg where pest elan.is' ...___23 8 20 Unknown ._...--------- 1.08 of ____________18 6 22 28 Wm H Perlea .______ 9.31 A Co* add to Starke in WV,
1 LoU 1 7 of ilk 26 {In N.w River 21 24 8 20 Lot 811 In Woodl.wn ____.___-_18 6 2Z 10 !lfabel G. Sherman 8.83 of Nb"-4. -----------28 B 23 Dan Boree ._.- --.----.. Ltiiu
"ff LoU 10 12 of Blk 27 In New River a so Unknown _________ 11 Lot 611 In Woodl.wn _____.16 6 2J III F loyence G Hayes3. Lou, 1 2 8- 4 11i3 14 of Blk ... .u .!..*.. y
_______-_--_--tl 24 l..ot 811 In Woodl.wn 17 6 22.11. M... Root Wagner ______ 8.0KLo. 25 L T A Co* ..ddD Starke In

f \ One-half Inbtroat in LoU 1 8 6 of Unknown ------.--- 1.81 .. 2a K4 26 28 In Woodlawn17 6 24 40" John W Wagner __ U.72I. I w,4 ofNEV.-- ___-____________28 8 82 Mm Frank Starling -------- l'.. 20
Illk 29 In New River __- -----21 24 6 I.Ott 118 IIU In Woodl..n .?___.18 6 22 Eaton _____ __ 180la : Lou 1 2 8 of Blk 1 L T A Co'. sub
'' Aa:1 Blk 25 .. loU 1 7 In New Riv. 10 C. A. Smith t Co. -.----- 1.88 Lota 20 21 In Woodlawa,18 6 22 JI F L Conllo.. _-.----?- >-4 of IsE'j --------- 28 6 22 Annie William --------- 19 05
_21: 24 8 4\1 61) 82 8a In Woodl.wn _,..19 6 22 qe S II Thurn..on _______ 17.34 I Lotv40fort 1 L T A Co'* *ub.:;

I ) Lot.241879Y10110f Blk Smith A Co of lot 81 In Woodlawn20 6 2J 6 W F l'/orman __----?- a.28 .. ,_.. 28 6 22 John Parker 6.8Rone
W r '
20 C A If g 111 div ot NEVt" -----------
Y I 14 'In i New Ittvor ., ... -:...:.23 J< : 18 C A Smith A Co. .-:::::::::: : 1>,'... of NW4 NE4 of : IV"., of NIk 8ofLN\ A Co cub; ;

/1. t S 15 A of SWV of NWVi : --- 20 NE'4 ofSW'/ -__-------1 6 Ita 80 D B Browning _________ 19.22, dfv of NE' of NEt __ ________23 813 Cox .................. 6.9J
NEVi\ of SWVi ex 1 A In SW Cur Nedd 12.02 Two In Nj i Cor of NE'4 of S Blk 82 L T A. Co. sub
89 Wallace --------? war Lot 4 of
1 tat school _______-__________27 8 20 W't. ______________.28 6 22 a F M Bradley _________ a.88W div of NEi/ of NEVi --LT28 B 22 Edna Jackson ". .-_..._. 6 DO
SWVi, ot SWVi A SEV: of 60 Alfred 1 Thoma --------- 176 16 rt of lot 8 of Blk 4 Town of ota84or WH! of Blk 84
gWof l i _-__-__--- -_ M 8 10 1811rank Murphy ______ 465 Lawtel/. west of railroad ________23 6 23 W L Ov..t..t 6.80C. Co. -' n D I
Y 1' NEVi!:\ ____________________84NbVi 8 20 411 Hlckena Brook. ..------ 117 om 11.1 ft W of NE Cur of IlK l'/I&' of Blk 86 L T A Co *
of NE'V ______n_____- 4 7 10 Brown .... 229 10 W 80ft : > _28 122
\ 80 Mr*. MuMOiirt i iI 4 of Dlk 4 run 8 otto die of NEVi of NE 4 --- R M El lemon ------------ 19"1W.lrv
Roy.of : 4WC 7 YO:g HOMO L A Brown ....._.?...-...: 229: l'1110 ft E 80 ftD b.. In of Blk 40 L T A Co* sub
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y % fS 8Et'i-' = ::::-:::::::: L A Brown -------- --- 82.117 town of La..v. W of ______23 8 2a W H Edwardo -_______ 18.74 of NEV, of NEVi: __,____---23 B 22 E E Snell .,It
off ___ 7 20 -?- ---- -
I 4 a _____ 5 1
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_____ 178
SEVi blk I 'In town Lawt LT& Co lub.
EV4 Water 4 6 7 yW Blk 41 *
M --- Ott
40 L ------ sa28of
J.4' His of S'/\ of Intl 7 S _____.____all__ 7 1 10 of : _-_________________28 6 12 M... M E Edw.rdo ________ 18.117 div, of NEV of NE44. M 6 22 W E Snell ..____________ 343
p Lou U A fc'j: ( 'lot 4 A Lo of 84k 18 In town of Law.t.y Lot 8 of Hlk 42 I In L T A 7.--sub

,I lot: 6 A "or..r'.tO: 6 A N-V, of 1..J of ry __; _--_--_----:21 6 2a B L Blanobard __. ______ 18.14 div NE'. of NEVi "_____--._28 6 22 Jullu. Butler _________..._ 381Mm
lute I 7 H 9 A NVy" of lot 10 A N 12 SONV 800 L A Brawn _______________102.7t Lot 2B In town of L.wley E of Ryin Lou aof8 4 of Blk C N J Jonv* add I
j 6'' A of B'/i' of lot 10 ------------1 7 Sec. 23 24 26 6 8 4 to Slarke In SEl, of NW ,. W

8'-. of lot Itt ex l \\nR''SW Cur_. 7 7 20 40 (1 C Bovlll _________? 2117 29 E : !! _-__ Llnl. Thumu ______ 6.18 of Walnut alreet .- ,._ .--'28 B 32Ml Almond R Peteraon .... 1)5Mm .
I' W by 210 N 8 120 Mm Kate Haun -------- U.U Lo 43 I---------------------------- Blk u Trnn: >le add to StarkeIt 6 22 Eunice C Canova 62.'
7 ao -----
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y ; 40
of NF.1/, A of NK14 17 <, M Bovill -: ?------- U.na In, beo. 2 26 20 'Ip. 6 8 11 LoU 6 7 of Ikltl Tempi. said
p of SWri .x l I.: J acre 8 7 20 1.0a ________________ ______ Will L. 7.21) CI S3 .
} NV.J of SWV 7 U M.. tent. Clodwln ------ 22 I E! __ to Starke ------------------0 Mm J C Will .__.___- .u.42Mm
rail t I ft of Illk 1 In Ward. City ...... 8 Godwin In of of add
lot L 44 town IJvmnv's
Mm Ozena rat '
lg: < Lou 10 11
Ward ...... 8 7 20 : :::=: : 4of2h'lp. 'fiK2
Blk 2 in City : S 6 22
Lot 2 of :: Mm Ounce Godwin in Sec.. 23 to Starka Florence E Brook _._ 7 Lot 2 of Illk 8 In Ward City ------ 8 7 20 E ______-_____._______?__-_ MI..le Lee 4.18 Lot 9 of Blk -P'-k'-JJt; ; ;' ii rk28;; -
e .'. LoU 8 110 U of Blk 7 in Ward Unknown ----. 14.83 NW'4 of SWV. of NE4 _____.24 II 9d 10 Alex Olt 8..3 B 22
I 10 --- 4 !. Marvick _______._ 1 "
i 8 7 _____ 13.Ny NW44oftatBIkNWCt4Rulogi.didtoS;
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<:Ity .,-_-- -- II of SW' of S6y4 --------------4: 6 aJ 20 J M Sta.UnlC .;u ; ;
LoU 1120 -1of Blk 8 In Ward Co. _,... 8.U of Sy I U 10 J H Abraham ------- 8.111 >,' NW 6 22
Malnea-Seal --
rMm --- -- air]
i28 -- J C Poppell __ ___. I
r ____ 8 1 NofIfi' lkt iln-or' Jj26 ? -
O1 ke71116N'f
City _______ Ozena Godwin ,-- 1. / U r W94 of -W'ii'C ...sblt.o 6 C *
Lot 4 of HIk I 11 In Word' City 8 7 20 Klnor.I.1/ road 211 6 22 4 Mary. Small _______ 1.85 Start. NWV of NW'4 ___.28 6 22
i. : In Ward __ ___ ._ 8.81) to Dr P D Hicks -------------- 1.11
Blk 12 .OCSO _
I LoU 1 B 11 12 of Mr. Orona Godwin --- NWI.t SEI", of SW44:6 8 22 10 t'u..t Suber ? Com; 11 ft 8 of SE cor of J. C
City .........._____....-__. BLot 7 20 8'... of Nye of SWV L of SE ------25 8 U 10 C II Du.llall ______ 8.80HW'4 I Robimon lot and run W parallelwith .
4'' 1 2 A 111 of Blk 1in Ward M m Godwin --- 1.87 of NE'' of SEY. ?_______gll I 22 11) D Davis ________ 8.811' said lot 70 ft. S 105 ft.

+o .d City __.._._Ward-_.._.._._._.1. 8 8 1 or 20 M W Maine..w---- 8.0d NE\I. of NWt lof SW'I -----..t.O:: 8 2l 10 C S JJu..Unll; __________ 8.50 I, E 105 ft. N 116 ft. W 85 ft,
_
I Lot 1 of bilk 17 In City W I.: A .f WI-iI of NW'4' of 14of : N 9 ft to beg In NWVi of .SWVi
l W no ft of fnte Blk 17 In Ward Dr A E Runaelt i 638Mr I NE'" __ ...-26 n 12 2 A T Paul ________.__ 1.97 In Starko --------------------3 B 22ne
20 Unknown .
8 7 SEy4 NEv y4 28 ______ 8.53 ---?-------
: W'' of S E'4' of ( of II 8 Wm Thomas 0') lot in -St rk.. ,(, ;J..ib y
I' iuue67NiiofUSk8InWard: ft 7 SO .* Alvaretta Shrlver ______ 28.1 90 W 6 A of N1! of 1'1\\\1. of NtVy4.-26: I IA II T L Quarry _________________ 6.4.UgW Bny St N by land of A L Alvaro -
City __ -_ 4t o A NEyE NW'ti ofNW W by W M Edward*. A S
of Blk 19 In Ward-___ 17.84 f ::: 8 II Mw. Lillian Walker _______ 9.1I *
; I LoU 1 2 11 12 _..-----.28 8 NWLof SWV: 28 8 22
_________ ________ 12.71Corn :.y Mm 8 M Well. .: ___________ \\.1'
y t;ity ________ __ 7 SO h T Stewart. --------- 11.72 S 1-31> SWy4 of 8W14 28 6 24 13 M.w Lucy F Ha..U C \t'sllTtystitto; B of NE Cur ofBroadway
____ 8
Blk In Ward City SW'of SEV
21 .t\SW
1 lot 1 of Cur of A aide '
,' LoU 7 8 v of Blk :21: I in Ward 10 !Mm Alvarett Shrlver ..--- 17.1 64 '& run E on Suo IIn. nG rt to of Hoyt at A run tE. 1<>BOt.NN. 105ft. 1 nX'D: : :::' .

ki. City _... .___________.----.--.87 8 7 111) Bloxham Ward .-----.----- 1.6iMm n 1't of bell. thence N 6UII fl., E W 106 ft. S 106 ft to beg In
lots 2 10 of Illk 22 In Ward City ION fl. S 650 ft. W 1418. ft, to 28 B 82'am
.
1 LoU 8 4 7 9 of Blk 2i! In Ward Oiena Godwin ___. 9.00Uloxhum IHIt _____________________..28 6 21 3 Jnm. W. Willi...... _________ 7.80 Stark 315 ft -E-of----NE----Cor----of---Broadvay --;;---- F H Halo _.___-____m.44,
7 20
____. ____.______________ 8 7.21 & 1 ,9
of of
9, City .. II 7 20 Ward ------- -- .\I ISE'1 fS'.y.EofSW'l. A Hoyt eta on N side
i l1 All Hlk 21: ex lot 7 In Ward City If SE44 cx 3 4k run N. 1O6 ft E 62Va ,
p 4 Com at SE (tor of SEn:'. of 8W: >4 A 1 A _-_________________ 8 5 22 41 !Mrs Lucy F H.rroll __.___?_ 25.11Cum ft Hoyt, 8 lit 106 rto Hoyt it, W 62Viift
\ W 181 yd,,". N HO yd to 3boundary of NI:.,. of NW'I''Sk __ 22
J run .t NE Cur to beg In Starke 38 8
thence E ? -- C H Mark ._________ 13 'It
of Wand City of be...
run W 11511 ft to a Vt C!om Airy ft E of NE Cor ofBroadway
t E, 4 I I along natd boundary 1H3 yda' \hence Ii 200 fto thence U deseeee A Hoyt aU on N aide 'IIr.

'i I, 8 80 ,... to belt ex W 75 7 20 8 Mm. 'Alvarettm Shrive ...... 7.78 2111 fl. N 226 ft W 16 degrees of Hoyt at A run N 106 ft, E 62 u, 3.
1'1'B. I IA> ""K _ of It 8 22 1 Mary! Jan. Robel'lOl\ ______ 8.80 '.. S IDS ft to Hoyt It, W 62 Vaft

fI I nut lot' A run E. 75 ft. S 140 ft.1'I S.r'J: \9 of of NN4hNK NW44 _-_--_-! 1 a 22 311 M Davis ________ 19.22Lobi OU' to 20"bog HO In 81 Starke 82 668185694- ..-.------of--28 6 23 Unknown ..,________, 13,9'

C W 76 ft. N 240 ft, to beg In SEViCimi G M Bevill ---------- IB.43 83 211 In Woodl.wn _..___..U I a8 211 W L Johna 6.8Lot Blk 8 R N Dowlinw add toitarke
of ___ I 7 20 2 In Woodl.wn __________.___80 6 22 11) 8 H Thomllflon ______ 8.26Loto In 1 NEVi of SKI' .. ....29 6 21 IO
SWi sV"Cor of'SB: V4 ;of"8Wv7A 88 Oil 67 611 In Wooddawn.91 II 22 41. W E G.-n ___________ 11.34 .. 1 2 16 16 low E 20 ft Aa C H Mark ____.__ 721

I1 run 1 E: 220 yda. N HO .. to 3boundary I....la 28 27 In Woodla..n __ _____. 2 I U 21) N J Smith _?_______._ 11.72 ou A In N ECor of HE',, of SEV4

of Want City theneeWon All Nay 01 NW. of NW'4' .. dyitht 1 lea E 20 It' in Starke ________28 8 22
1 t cold boundary 220 y..., ft thence....3HO 8 7 tO 8 Mm AlvaratU, Shrtv.r ----- 12,8NWV of way _____________38 I 23 80 M... Lucy F. B.rrell .__?_ 22.29Lot Com*at SE Cor of bbt: : o9E C Sweat --?------... 413
I
de. in beg ex K 100 0 embracing N
y ; L 1 In Puetaville. See. 29 A run W 876 ft to W
I I of NWtt 11'twn: : NWVe. 9 7 10 100 Mm! C A Lewi _____ 28.1111II q of riEl' A NEU of NW4... ii35 5 11.11 Mrs. Lacy F Ilar..11 -- ---? 28.81 line of E W drlgger land thence
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&' : & .11 BWV4 411 Hamp Padgett --------- 11.72 Lo s I6 1.tavIII. embracing N said line 242 ft to a pt of
II on
7
01 _____________. 13 22 11.90
_M6 I .
: BW NW44 q of 14 J J Strong --------- .....11.h"o.. N on said line 478
of 14.11SW \ :
rfl'
c I NWt4 of \\oi J.: W4! 20 4H E J Dial Eat __ n_ Lo w 19 : Pe.ta.ilf.ntbrulog; N ft, W 360 ft. S 478 E 860ftto ,
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7
Y :i / S __ ....13 21 _________ 8.14SW1. Er' .
11.72
1 NE4 % .x .. --- .... of NE': 1 Nllnf of IS 13 Wm Strong __ > 29 6 82ne '
1 II F Warren.- --- in SE of
beg 4
40 NWA.4$3
S of NWVi _______________14 7 20 of IIE. 1'IE yj SWVi--of-- 4 J T Hlllburn __ -_____ 1416
F ;, of B I : A Su In l'Co.. of
i 8
') % of SW y'4 Of f4EV4 r NI',1. of NStC 6 22
8'Y.yof ofWr4Woy.AENE4 'EL' ------- 1 Max : 883
of SWV.A peen..od29 Kloaterraao. ___.
4" olH NWy, .f SEV4 .. Nlio of N AI II NEC of SEVi S of ; ;;
NWVi of SE%. .IM A W 9t1'<, of E'If E4" _.--.J6 8 III 80 .I M Sta.\lnll\ __,..--- 13.6'lIl A N J A of SEV. of SEVi .x **. *.
rait 1C branch ASA for Dui.n Sh..w.. Stoke ...______. 3826 : l'/EI SO 110
__ ...___....._...18 7 .34 ( U ____ 12.11 about ---- 8 Ceo Andreu ___ 7.2)N"iI
....... 7 20 ao H L LewU --------- 17 !: < NW _____ _____ ._ a I 41) J A 7yle ?_ S V I A of WV of NEVi of NEV. A ?
.17EVi
iit ___.
t __ .
,. W of SW44 of NW(4( B Ing .-... 2016 I. of l'/Wli 1 W'4 of 8Wof ; of __ 6 22II
% 7 20 10 H C run III!: of NWV, of NEl4 NEV 31
___17LoU IS O C I80
of of NWVi _..._. 6676Mm 6 8 II 80 A. J Bryan ___. 18.14 Sweat ---?
8WV4 _
_._ .
Unknown --- of SE" l NE' .81 6 22f :
F. eBEV4
? -_ __18K'.j 7 20 iioo :
517
__ 2114y4-- 13
Ardell
Leonard _.
I 46. ________ Gatlla 11.72Matilda ..-Ei 'of NWya 2.8A _
Martha ------- W of
A of NEV
: NW'4Vf __ 820 22
J l of -- 7 20 20 Gatlln -- -- ; of & Wy4 10 A cold J W Alvan-i ___--___31 Bt
nf NWV .._.. ...24 608 U ________ 11.73 17 Alva Leonard 999I
1 of SWW 7 20 20 A B Fowler _.?..._ 44 of NW4- _- 40 0 I. Underhill Com t at NE Cor of SWVi of NEW ----
__ *4
.i 1 ( .' of 8WI, iif NWVi of ;;tar,;' & NE44 W 6 1-3 ..h.... S 12V
E44of of NEtL" NV4 of ... 7.BlS N/'toiH.:; ; l4Wh : II 8 12 _______ 890 A I run
y' / I NEV, 21 2B Richard GrltTI .....- of __-_- --- 20 E E CaRl>v. .line. E B 1-8 .ohms N U'-j chn.
B
__
I NEV ____ 1SV __ __ IL11of
of 82 _
; NWV, of NEV, 5 of NE4 ---- 8 40 Kaye r Millo __ -: ..81IV 6 22
of il0 to "beir - -"- 8 Carrie 781
of NE'864 11.83S : fNw'lrw McFaihlon _: __
} L of NE'4 3D Gordon ----------- V .x16 A l--NE Cor12hi -?
46 -- of NEVi
1 t Nfcl, ex 6 A In 8h; (.or--____.._.2BNWi SI \VI.t K" .f of NW.,. ______IO 8 22 80 M..ke" Cilreath ______. .9.98Ell' hrsb ehna ...31WV 6 22

'I I of NE'', A Not" __ .NEVi___ _of BSFV SI 70 C C Cowart _____.- 34.B4 ., of NWt9 of NW'4 __________10 8 12 31) E E Hlnkls ___________ 9.611 N : .NEVi UM ex W B A- A -ex 25 Alva Leonard _______ 8.n

NEV4, of NWL'of; SEO A 10 -A -of Nl E4I of of N&t SEy; r of NIt\I:\NW4 of NW41 It Whf 1 o about lot 8 nf A \\n WIitorft: .*7i'i,_-SB__:32ne 122 27 Mr S M W.1I _____ ,31Cor

1 1 N aide of 8WV !: com at SWV .f l4W 4 ___-________10 8 12 3130 Henry D Tucker ____.80.911 of NWof SbV4 __________32 8 22
NE Cor of ..1<' forty A run 8 BOO ,,:... of Wof SEt',-.of NW41)I 9 U 10 Unknown ___ 3.63 Com 7"> yd* W of SE Cor of WHof Green Hamilton ____ 3.91
i1 / i ft, th.'nco northweateHy to a pt i ir E of 8W'4 ot S"'II.' _____-___11 6 18 20 H H 8pene..t 1.8GW'II NWVi of SELj W 70 c
!I N Ito ft 8 of NW Cur of .aid forty of I Ey4 of NW tor 1
of E.. NE4 E 3 7Byd
yd N 26 yd*. yd*.
*
N 160 ft, '....n.. E 1120 ft Water Co. 7.8BswVoTirwyi I 11 8 12 Unknown ____._...... ID.22
thence Mineral 811 .r.
SI 20 Rullbronn -.- .. of N1'--------------- to beg ________________82 B 22
____...26 B I.nr.
_._ '
.___ 8.113 Mary Ann Jackson
I to Its ____ 'E of SWIo oSE4- ----.le 8 Itl 11) Unknown _____ 71. A In EVi of NWl, of SEVie -
All NV, of HW -, 8 of branch A 8 21 M'I' W B McKlnney ------- 29.17 of 8Ey4 of NW'4 __ l4 9 U U J Hamer Llvin..ton ----- I.U N ______ .________-32 B 22
__ _17 -
} of WV ___-__ __- 11.72 El' fE i.f 1 : scripI1 SW 8 John Culver _____ 1304
', SE44: ? 28 8 11 40 E D Dyal -.-- ------- NW of SW44 1 A In Coe of EV of NWVi
7.y 8F't f '. --W-- of-S ." ft wid. \v of same _______.14 8 12 10 J 0 Luke ______ 1110N. of SEV4 .._..._____..._.__32 124
.S '411 NWS4 12.08 ___ _11 122 ____ 8.80C..rn 1 Ed'. Johnaon .___.. 19)
Peter Engtr
I All oSWf ..It\ B SI 40 T B Handley --------- ... of NW\oo\ of NE4.! ? SWyrltn 130 Lot 1 of Blk 1 in Lincoln City
',, 8 of river -- ---- at NE Cor of 8El4'of SE' W of -----84 B
of Ry 82u
AI'f NS, of SB', A N'i of 3WV4 8 II 11 40 T B Handl.y .________ 12.02 W 861) f'S 9UU (. E: 630 m 1 SU 6 1 of Blk..a in Lincoln City Mary Fruiar---.._.-,,... 1.21I"
4 ____ ___'______.311 11.12 _______ ____15 8 21 _____ 10.28 > t
Wright _
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Recruiter -- N 8YII ft to bell 7 __
32 21 4 __ K
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y ,C.. ._ ---_ -414 J 21 41. W B McKinney .. --------- 11.72AU All WI1I of 2W44 E of it itd due. 1 6 of ItoW Lincoln City baaa Clark ..,?,,_..
p1 w..fNW road 18 d a a fro. of of SEy, Kee. in 8V <4, W Hr-----32 B 83IU
NW"y4"of NEV4, W .of A public 3 440 ft I 18 14 a feat of 1 tEy of NE4ea !: ...: 1 5 6 7 for Blk 6 n..tl "l City Ed J J hoiuon ____ I.Ur.

0 acaAm NW Cor r a foe of NW4IC. in SV of of Ry -----32 B 22
9 of NEt, of NWV A '9. 440 A N ft 160 of t all fl'r 1I ..it 1 of Blk 8in: Lincoln City Ed J Johnson ?-_ Ui
FW of NWt. of NW', I .. E of public road sold .;aun..ra of w of -----83 B 82it
L In S SEV Ry
.
+ ft of EVli of SWV 4o NWl.-A, N 4 I In I s..o. 2.-_ II 18 21 4--,23 121 6Unknown .___________ 28.81 ...: *. 1 I 6 of Blk 16 I In Lincoln City Ed J Johnson ___. 1STR
F N lilt ft of !'F.4 of NW y of 0' 8E... Sea 16 k ano
A rat Eul in SV", of SIt 6' W of Ny.412 B 22
160 ft of SWVi\ of NEVi W of I SI 60 Hellbmnn Mineral Water Cp. .. Bll.M I t. of NEIoo of E4 ilea 21. Iof N.U of SEVi' of SWVi A NEVi of Fred Albert Jr. ___ 1.83

I "..blie roedL.I6. t J ........._... 17 84R 21; 8 22 Unknown ......-.- 1.20ex J _____ ___33 B 22
21 40 ry -- SWJfc .
NE48! of 8K.V, ____ ._ ..._____.:16SWVi II 2L 42 E Moen Green ..-?._....- 11.72 Ni-:. A on -W ; .: ;;N WWf';; ;W:4. A beg at 8w Cor of NNisy?of S 60 G C Sweat ______ 28.45
II ;
12 8WV ____________._____J8NWV4 .._ 11.72 _______11 I II _____. '..88EIr" .
t I of ... ._____ ____ 1 8 21 40 1 E W _......... N 1 A for Iburob __ 8 FelIx Goodwla. EV4 A. run N 610 ft. E 363 ft. 9 4.
of NWf u theIdwin. _.._ 1172 of NW'2W14
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Cor
4 Ipa ___ ___.___ 1 II 21 20 Jamni A tom at NE 3ft S 456 ft, bland line. thence W t
F: of NWi Vi of SW4 McClenaghan _._.._-. 1463 runW10110f4S46 _._________ _
H I 21 > J R 88 ft to beg __ 83 6 22
SEU, ot SEVi ______________-- 21 4mo C A Smith A C... .____ 48.60 E I'J80 tt N 481) ft to bet _.'1 4 22 11 Jed Lee 10.18N4 ....:V" of NW 14 in ? 6 22 4 0 Gnana -tMm ,- e.ao
SEVi _______________________ 7 8 8 21 HO Unknown ____ 22.97 of 8E4a of NEts ______.U 1 12 III Juht oodwln. 11.72 8 : of NWV. r1. of B-of3J 31 F. C!: Ptlboe* __-.26.d7
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.___ \I
NKt. .__ ___ ______ 6 aa lUll LW
'1. r:S of > NE"I.\ of MEV 0f 8Et4 __ H 11) H a Sherman ], 8Iln / U
I' NV4 of NWl: A SWi.i of NWl.. NS of A W of Elk 6 or of R 40fW lying' I EW T ..e "".l -I ; swc--'i;; ; i-W- -of no G CKing sa 28..'

I t't' ., of SEYof NWVi A __ .10. 8 21 >6oHO' Unknown .-----. 74.23 line NE4 SW4 I IT..mpl. in NWV W of Ry ___._________33 8 22
..
A SEVi of SWV4 ".7' _____.._____ 1 9 a1 ___ 10.28 8 Chandler -1--. 8.9''
__ .
I awll .___.________11 I 21 A B Alvare ------- .. sub dl" I Rufus Rlllb" I. of SWVj" of SWVi _______38 8 18 20 Leo
orSWl4 ___ Alvan.--- 11.72 of land o.n,4 hyLlmira 1 L 1..,. B. PickingR _
if 814 ___ ____ _22 8 21 40 Mm Annht Com at NW Cor :

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Nil:y. of NEV.! 81D O?Cl King on E: tide at ry A NE Cor A .. 1 A for church. 33 B 22 < I
A. F of lot 1 A : A t 0 Gnana -.1404
SID B: ; at right angles to ry B. 874 ftE of SW Cor of NWV
g
j > o( lot of Blk 16. In Sampson 4 7 21 J C Raulenon .......... 17.94 E nlln". of Sec. SI. thenc. N on if SWVi A run N 17Vi. 01.11......

7 BUT ii"V"Lorv7S"Br; ik"isA :i laid aea line to Center ....., in R 167 ft. th.nee N 721,. ..........
7 Lot o7 41 lemplea ub dlv thence W ou aaidtreet *! 661 ft to ry right of way-
Lot 1 of Blk 18 in _Sampon_. 4 7 21 Unknown ___ 4.4S to ry. thence 8 long ry r 'ih.no. S parallel with n 146/ ft.

Cityof S',of SW'4 of NF'S. -.. B 1 SI 6 John Prtdgwa 604 to beg la &V4j of NEV.,. ." *.u.hlobi .henr* 3 71Vi degrees E 661 ft
W or pleeea aa have _toN ... 33 124
t' l SEVe of NW4 1 Slia_ ef. SW'" _of 8 1 11 811' W E: Edna ndooa -- 17.64 been deeded ...... .___...ll 1 22 1Mauls Buyer" .... ..... 1S4T AIrswiCi1i'p I ; ; .x. 2 Dan Bane '.41

SEYA. NW'N of branch .. C..m on N lino parallel with Ry 32 about 4 A In SW Cor __________33 I 23rSEV4 13,04
;+ i All H .... of 6 7 21 -0 W E: Edmondeoa -- n.n ft N from SW Cor of 14 WVf Com at NE Cor of SWV of SWVik 83SB W F Edward .
_
h NW'4 of"NEV: ______ ___-___-_-_ 9 7oi 21 40 Unknown -. -..-.. ___ 11.12 Blk 1 8 of R 1 E: A run 3parallel run !S 3V* chna. W 15 degr*. -
l'/W\4\ Of NWVi, II 7 11 1t111 R: E Hmokl. 48.110 with Ry 165 ft. thence I' N to N lin. of said 3WV4 of S '
1 NE\4-\ swXi'jrsw'vi'oVsF'vi'irr: 9 7 a1 HcI Walter Rob.rUoa -- 11I.117 B: at-right angles with. Ry 330 ft.Lheoo. VVi thence E to"beg ..___._.____31 6 22 1'O 4.U
f' N K'' .A. SW Cor-10 7 11 37 J O Wyna -- 11.71 N parallel with Ry KB ftthene. NE'4;' of SEV* ex I la 8E Cor -.34 8 22 C Sweat _;
NKV\ I Ir. Cor K U 11.71.
!: .- GruTla .
NEVI oi of NEY4of \ W to> beg. alas. NV* of 8Wf A 84 in SE of NEV ofIEV

NWt4d8LVe1Wy NEii12 7 11 80 HAH P_ ... 12.01 > SW 4, of Blk 1 Sod R/ f.Ming -__-________?_14 I 22 I.USI
SEV4! A 8-4 of !1.-of ________11 T 11 10 L Atkinao ---- '.1' 9414ftN/8b' $20Ii8 .. NE.,. ... SWof _..1 aa 10 1 ILD" Dory 8J4
of Nv/., of NEVi of land 12 ft > S B Narka. ,
NRya' W. also a .._ S : .. of l'/E\a _311 1 22
r NEyN 'NKvr.----. NWV4. .of_.NW'414 7 SI BO B B 8pne ---- 14.., N"Sbyoa3"f\I"W'oa( : 3ilde LM'T S' I" ID fill CO; of SrwjT ,Y iw.ing '" 40 8 It Coleman 11.71

0 of of NV4 of SEt' of Blk 1S SU4 nit. W by 73aV f9

+ n S.." of NWVi' NIt'4 of_ NEVi_ :___A_NV.__18 7 SI 40 Walter Rottartaoa 11.1'11.01 of R 1 B: in Temples ub div '...21m 4) 12 Matti. O.rar A AuU .SO N .. II .____________31 12 10 O C Orifffe 894

SWV4NWVi N'4 of NWl.\.of SWVi ____17J4 7 21 I*') 11: H J_ '. 4.OH on a lin. running parallel I with NII'4 of 8114: -_?-,-._ _,,.,_96 1:1: 40) O C Tlllta 1171NIII
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___...28 7 tlSI M L B Ball Hy 8* ft N of SW Cot of NIBIklSatRE&euaNoa of NIl:' II 1 U -
WV4 of NWVi of NIl: ... T 164 James Remolds -- 47.7S of : of IIWIIo 1111 L A. DoacMly LpS
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FRIHAY. JUNE 1. 1923.

___ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLOKIUA>> r.AGK. SEVEN: k kDr
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$! !! s.c. T.R. A. Own.r ..Tt"'u. :I ;'thU week In Jacksonville. city their home. ":; d- publicly all pro.xuHla prxnxrly' ubm.t I uarter. of th BoutTtp-u Quarl, flootionit 3 ,,
tad. '
1, !MM.\ W. F. Godwin and children Mr.[ and Mrs. Parker have sold their! .' >' four, t..h.hl" aevrn rn". twenty t ,
"E'4 _____ A coniplei unit.. eaCh to.ft'n..nto al'l'l'Oxl.' .une in th county Alnclma th. ptnt t
----------- 40 G C ,
,p:'. .. E of NIL'4 of N :: 100 T J AlrI""iinji Sweat ---------- 11.1 l left lAst week for Griffin Ga.t where' home and chicken farm hole to Mr. I :finitely .5 K. V' A. of electrical merry. ft* .C Florida, wntalnmif, in all one hundred .
__________________na6 II Futch thrcNphnitt! 2.,nO volt eurrrnt and to in op*- and fifty fit,. ( Itvfli' acre more I..... t
r NW'4- -.---..----___ 23 40 J A L M La 'I 011 ...--. 28.80 : they will spend a month with rela and :Mrs. Williams of Jacksonville.Mrs. rated by cruiltt, oil Internal com bu*turn .n- C. A. K ...ftlir.N ;
\ v ot Col.III. ___m__.____:: 11.71: tilnvw. P WMNWK1GHT. "t gt,
l 2w.. 1foVevWi tives. I William! and son, Ben have al. I 1 crud oil toriuro tank of 4.pproxtmutely %v. H C.UFLN. ', ,

rdo bug ___ Mrs. Charles token 15.000 Million* ........11". Ccimm In*Inner* l ',
.11 to -- ___ 3 7 22 :Mn. Ellbeth Dinkins returned to ready charge of the farm and *
w... _______ GlltoiIon ------ .I.IU .I..m..I"' .H<* '"...\Inc olvctrltf our- FI.OYP .;.III:KX and R. A. (. ,, 1'
--:_-- :--:- II 1 ; U 40 u JII.. MtnnIe Nawn.n 21.1 j her home Sunday from Jacksonville Mr. \illiams and children will arrive rent taithour 010...... Cc'ml.\an..nl.\ tiolloitom. lfbEN. A.4t.61 'I C ,,
1r.4- ;. il'AINW 23 t Unknown ---:..:_:::=: U: 1 I lln,, _Hprif .tr...'t l.itht and ltrnoltU '
"j where she spent a few days at St. in a dJ\\>' or two. I ionittMnt etirnnt t..n.Cu.'VI' NOFl'E 1 .

fNE'4Ie< :" ;'-- lCiiii II 1 23 2 CH1pk. _____..______.__ MeNEji Luke's hospital with Mr. Dinklns who I II pnicntliil: trnnafornicm. In t Ircmt ( .urt., Kinhth: Judicial Circuit I ,
Mrs I Richard of DeLand I '
English 1 100 fthrml
ubmvrtifd
type impeller Iradr",1 .t .mt(p. Florida.: (hanoory 3 ,,
;- ()-'A--I 's 8 7 23 35 T J Aldennan ---m_ iLOti i i is recovering: from a successful operation l lift Tuesday, for her homo after a | pump .".1 electric motor. ,.. hoinu joinrd by K ,' $.
I 10:;( ft heo.1 l ...hnl<'l'1I.d type tniprllcriMinip '1'hmlhi.r himt,and. and S '

r iiiiFiNw! ;--:: : : = 't{ t man ------..------- 8.00 I for appendicitis. visit IH.11' with her parents :Mr. and 1 and olio trio motor. friumi. cop, n."... '

',Ev. oC NW'. of Nwk 4 i 22 5 G C 8.s ...: -- -- -..-.-::-------...-.-: n.01'iW' 6.00 I Mrs. ,\. .\. Smith was a visitor to :Mrs. E. L. (.iriflis Htr ....iter.Iitu: ei>1 ctrio 1t> motor ft lund ntrifuKiil booster pump unit Srhitvr \aW hnntli.raon. I'j 'tI' I \1 ', "
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ot SW. .______
00 4 23 20 I Vnklln I l w-ll H inch' J'I' i
10 about
or inch 500 fm-t tn Cnm.ilH and .
SE Cor of BEof\ NW ----- ----..- 6.80 Gainesville Tuesday. Thalmn (Ci-lflis, and brother, Qndson tit.nth I "'0.. defendant' .Unknown tI .., 4'

1In Nil: .Cor or .amo __ 5 7 23 4 Andrew Jack.oll Enoch Griffig and Mr. and :Mrs.: Carl 1 ooncnto r\otr I
of
',w Corof8WfNEt' --------- ..9OElSOft.S180ftW738 accompanied l her home for n visit.! 1..11' rr 00,000 vAllmm ci Ri t. remote .1..ld., qulttt, till and other I' "
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Wooton spent a few days last week at :Mr. and :Mrs. Chas. George moved A ct'HllU'tl numb for t\\o\ per cant (& pirrrnlt -- .'io nil whom It may .."a.rn. Greeting I 't4 3 '
U It to beie --.-________ II 7 23 a Am, LH uf its chill .
aon..nt aohlilil. It
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&n1NW4ofSEV -------.. ..13 Homosasan. hero f i'oni LII'te1ndK.: ( and will Hccomimny > pMiHtiit by the ftworn bill of eoinplnint ', I?.
SW'1 mote pnynMo to the no lid IrtiHtiH1 of tn tintH>\u onitn that thniw Mr* knownimm
Ry 11'IIlorf' : .nc of tEal''' E. J. Roberts was a visitor to Jack- be located in the Hill cottage.J. tlu Town of Strkc.>. ft* a iruamnti uf good *.d '11.mmm I.rliv*.rd ti> 3 be .Int.rt In .
faith on tht part of the ul I SE'4 of aW'4 N ofiv sonville Sunday. \\ Evans of Jacksonville, was Spichlcntinnv' ..n.l inctmctlonii to Mdtlrn. rt+ ..net' f I. unknown nnd .. ii.I l*
1 23 S8 Dr A J Be,. __ can bo obtained l from .3".. K Cmitr. I IIUIN Ih. ., "'II..h..nt.
;;;: : _. __.___. D8.D9I oon..lt "h thnt thuy da nut kn.w. .f* 'l .
nf.--njw, ; Charles S. Hill) and'80n C. S. Jr. business hl'reIonday.: .
transacting Intr ..n"'...". 427 Klnu I..k."vll .. t< ,' ."""..nt t Minrrh nnd imiiilry., hn. not be.nnil 4 '
I,F4e'I 23 :2 Gool'Irla Johnann -.-------- 1.".8 of Palmetto were guests Sunday of J. L. Johnson spent Tuesday in bi .,..ltinK UNO aollrtr (11) th..Co', which '*. t ii. iisKittttn" if any of the Known n..m.' 'T. ,
will b. rt-UirniMl. whin propnunl\ U ii.binltttHl -' t''rot.ai h..II"I d )>. In.t.d In .aid prop t .,
.
NE .. of 8E & 8y" of Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill. Jacksonville with his family. or the *i,eel flout ton., roturnotlPruponiil "'rlv. {I. i "Mtenro. or dtad. and that UiroHU I ,
!N0'4! & SI of NEh __ 6 1 23 214 James Reynnldo 3973wi I nliHU, bit vftUnl Mittt aHihxieftml, : Nt"> i. .I''raou, 'h< 10 !In tntrmte! In
'0 SD ot NE"4 --- 1 7 23 241 Sa.ah A. M.a.h- .--.-:::::: ..01 A. II. Blnnchaid was a business visitor G. II. Barker and II. C. Wimberly, lK nd truatrn. of town of Stark Pin. 1 *mlil t M'|..', t.'. other'II..v.\th% .known named J / p '
- .Ii.ft'tiiiHiitM "nl tht. nato. and itwldi'new atHW tq '
.- .- 1 22 60 QCSweat ---_____ ______ 16.70 ji,rt, liny or nil blue or to purohiuiv .uch portion 'h i,i1,...tmi. unknown toh.. eomplnmnniM 4
"-F.;" ;; : r; ;;; week.T. Tuesday.J. of the Above i juipmint MH the ftnln willtIlw nnd ,. Kiiiil bill ..lief I I. prayed aualnitMitt ,

8 7 22 tOO tnknown -. .. _______ 28.80I Hnil which in in tht.Ir oninlon u> the .!h Know n and unknown pr on*.
,,t, Netd ;ofWufl; %% % --- -- T. Dluckburn of Baker county R. Tidwel) and G. H. Barker were t.n.t h.h..t nf lit* town of Btnrk. 1lt'i'eft'o.: i it'III.I ordered that nil persona I 11.'

I:' ,. or Ry ----._______ 8 7 22 1 n.rlt.tt Odum ___________ 8.66 was tiansactinjr. business in town on visitors) to Lnwtoy) :Monday.ZIFP fly order of the Bond Truat.te. I nttmi-d. 01 all .tu'IU'tt" clrtinihur. any InttrrtvtuiiiU
NE: --- --- 7 22 40 .1 J Sullivan .. 11.73 J. '1" \uml.E\ ,, i' or ihft>uith tluun, or 1.1'th,,r of thttn or 7 9 6 I''
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NEL4 "ox IA n'SE-Cur.: '7 22 lu C 1Moi.ks : : --- 8.MII :Monday.Augustus. l*. A. FUTCH. ... ,1 11 t.h....i t, nml ill vmkniiwn pimnna elaimtnuHII f3") '
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.EIt" of S9.% _________10 7 U 20 T J Ald".man _._______-_-.-_- .07 Clerk I A-2a-&t.tt \ I'.h.t.: in the property htntmaftvr r.sw: 1O 7 2:4: 4" A J Giff, ________m_____ 11.73 Loadholtz and AlbertJenninl's I '-1 i I KLiibttl pnit. thirnH,f. undt, 'r W. Syl- S'i'i
; t- % ; trairr Sa"d..n. J. \ or It 0 a C
\ --_______--_____--___.11 7 23 GO L I tangle" ___________ 14.83 spent Sunday and MondayIn "OTII OF LR4B OF (('TNTO'VlrTM i of : t' or othirwiav,I .t..nl\.I. .tho.' 3']
: w 11 7 40' Mr. Eh..lwth Sanderson. in hirthy given m. I ,,', or unknown olnim.nK I it.art.eI in '
-------------- 22 C G"r'l, ______ 17.8i ZitT June 1. Services weicheld at 1 4
.E'4 0' NE,,., __00______-13 7 2.4 6UO 'lhe Iollth.n C..tIJa h.edygNEt' ilny June 4. 19J1. tho lofui. of .1 county en.viot I 'the b"'ln"r..r .h."b.1 "."'I..rt. or anv I I L P
Co. 6. Mrs. John Howe, of Gainesville\ is Rock church Saturday and Sunday by of U.uUor county will b In C.nt'' pin tll"C. lyhitr aol I h.i" Bradfonlounty '
___ 7 22 4" T Jld: -...mn------------------ of the ... of tho enU.thn.e In Stat! "f I loriiln. c-M-----! ) '" .- ------------ 9.45c spending a few days here with herctmighter the l'al4tor.V.. :M.\ :Moodv 1 of LaCrosse!! Hori.ln t4i Hi* hlwhttnt b.t l> .Stakn'l, In"'. 1 t'

swt -____________-___ 7 22 160 Mnt E B D.. 4680E' Mrs. A. A. Smith. Messrs. Raleigh: and Bailey Wal- Hnid county, .cnnvlctw pubjoct. to I.... i riikt: Half of thu SoulltWfNt Quarter of th. Itnthw..L
-;; ', NE"6 of NW1. ___its 7 22 1.40 f: un.... :_:_:::::::::::: 3 4 inij name. Period/ of ..il ha-i I'ln.h..u"h < guartrr .r the Ni rthtndt Quarter,
\E. ___._____________16 7 22 KG 1\1.. E 11 0..ce ___________ 22.97 J. r:. Cioldneld. was trans/tel'n! 'J bus-' dron of Bay Lake spent Sunday herewith the ". 10*!::, 'l'he btmrd rweervM of Section 'f.on.y.rm" (S4))..lowtmhip Five ,,
ssw1i& __________________16 7 22 O In.. h.." I'ollard :: 11 7 I..ps. in akclnncl lust week. tinriitht tu "J..t any and nil hi.In. .iH) Souh., Ilanuu Twenty'fAo I U2i: Eon: ). "I
.. NW of SE'416' 1 U 80 J U I'.ll..rd :_:_:::::=::: 2 i frienils.Riley J. M 110WNIEP. Pt. Mpptnr. to the tnld bill)I I ..f utmpltiint on It ; t,
,7 5F.0': -- 17 7 22 9(1( :Ivu.y 1uIiird! 2207 Clifton Brown a student at Florida Rigdon of Let'shurlt.Ir.: and! CIIlrnn.o.r, of c.mmloll..n.r or bd..ra the mpond diiy of ,'"I". 1O.. 19JH, A j 4'
r swin Ky : :::::: ? 23 88 .3 n'ii,, ; :. _:_:=::.::: : A tho, Koinn be'nil rutu diiy of thin oiirl' or ,i. t
h Kco.I.. a.1d to U"m"Lon18 1 22 John. ..11'Smith ---.---.-.--' 6"6 -. University! Gainesville, I Ii spending !- Mrs.\[ Frank W. Revnolds nnd' son, of t.. W ALDERMAN. Clirk 8188t.l I pnfil bill will be/ tnlu'ti, an oonfiwHid: nualtmtyou I
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6 of Blk 16 In Homp.78ij I nnd' that thi onb
few here with 1)is ptblislwi in theHiHilftnd t
days ,
a par'ntlJ' '
il0 7 23 John Mull..dy. ____,_______ 23.27Bk Sumner, :Mr and :Mrs. W. II. Shaw !O'fU'E OF ATPIIOATION Foil T4\ liKED Ciiunty Trhirraph a wwkly now. 4
;: iik "- & Dr. and :Mrs. G. W. Brown. and children of Pine Hill pprnt the UN11FK SF13 ION 575 ..' '1HK4fcNbRAI. aper, of v<'n"....1 I .i II..n.. ,publlHhml In .
,; "t III In H..mn."n _19 1 22 A A 1\IcD"ald .' .D8SE'j. hFAllfTmHiroby : Hindu llinriford, county 1 lurldti" '
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&; ot NE'A; & P.ev. C. D. Boyer filled his:! regular vveck-c'tiil here with their parents, Mr notice la .i.onh.t w. E Kniuhlpurchfiittr \\ it;m MM tin, )tnnrtLl.:: A. V. 'I.n"I judtr, .
tI:.'. ot 1'"t'' 6 I.... A appointment at the Inglis of tax sale ..'UII..'.. mlmbcratl nf I Ou. .'1.1 Ci Irruit. tourt, nnd ale. tho ,.iri. -'
,'... _.______.__..__0020 7 23 188 Jno& h.,' Ponal'd ____---_-. cO.en Baptist! and :Mrs J. B. Thomas.. t'.ejuwtlVcly| 1 1HJ and 187, iHaueil by the tax tat, H irnntur of the clerk\ a. wvlt AH th.* olTI-
SE''ex2AinSWCor..20 7 23 7$ WIOIJlock.r __.__.____. 22.97 church Sunday. :Mr. and :Mrs. I'rltton Grouser and cullocli: of Brndford: (rnunty hlorldt: : ,Himlii itnl 1 ...1 of thi* court t 1,1. th. Und dny of .\ '
'SE': ot SE'. -_--________ 'f 23 2)1 Frank Adorn _________ 8.07 .,ittlliHlfhi'lnit, A SE' of SW,0 hi 1-8 E. B. Wells was transacting busi-!! daughter :Margaret' of Sumner spent! rliflrnti,* In my o&
A in. SE of umo '- _---_ 20 7 23 IJ J V J00.. __________ 4.08 nell dm. Jacksonville Friday. here with relatives l. apiil tent Inn for tux deed to laauo In Cl Ii "k Circuit ItmH Urmlfortl l ounty.; i Flor I)
,"W Cor of Lot 4 SD oft Saturday and Sunday nnre with Inwrti Idii t Hi'all ,
SW' & run E 87 Ct, I iLonriie Moseley, of Maxville, was Inhl, ... 'l1en.lnmptTt' .ely umb...c..rd.1 ,\. S 4'UEWI. -&
It. W 117 ft. N 138 it to |HIIIH. In llrndfnrd county. I .. ComplnJtMnt' 1.4.ItO.n. '
r.luwln"
_________..____________2Q 7 U Eth..1 Smith --------t 8.97 in town Saturday. T. I>. D 'I\I has purchased u. Ford ."1 nt tlto fliitii of tho 1..lnn.. of puntC
::>W'- of --'- -__-______-21 7 2a 21) rnnk Ad.mo _______-- 6,07NV :Miss Joyce Emma Powell returnedto ,M i tillcntin I in I tho h.m. tr-raint-cilvi, .ly l vt- M\.HTKUS 8AIKHornby I '
l I A Ir so: Cor.21 7 24 Inks Ivey LoI1ard 20.15SW'4 truck. innft. imrticiilnrly' a..t ,, .h. tn-\.lt notice I I. ulvon I but uiul.*r nnd ty
: =-_ .. :: 7 22 :'> Brooklyn 1.nd Co.: =_ :::::::: 22.97NW : her home in Winter Haven Sunday Mr. and :Mrs Irvin II> ynl of Graham ('..rtIOcu... N.>. 1H2 embrace. North wmtCJuitrur virtue of tint corluin fliml, tlf> .. of for**
Cur of E". of SWY.I of Nu'.hw.1' Qunrttr nnd Lnnt Inl ilit*u n. innde In. lie Judun of thit l tuhlh, Ju 3 '
\ 4 ax 1 A for cFturch27 7 22 :3 Jsinv Hi.k.on _______._ 2.81 after spending! two weeks herewith wore guests of their parents, of l.u.h"Qu"t..,. S..o. 16 Tp. 7, 8. dietnl I Circuit:. ., of Morhlnn; \ cbnnairy: tail ilaig.

S II4;' ot NE''. ___________28 1 2.4 10 John '1:. Smith, ____________ d.07 hf-r grandparents Rev. and Mr?. J. W. Li-win Sunday. 1': 11 nct_. .'..1 UnknownCVrl In the circuit rourt for Hrrtilfiud, _."Iv. 1 Flue.
:Mr.
and 1 :Mrs I
.1\ .C SW'/! S of R" &: NRj&Nt:8 :il.cn t. Nit tmhrnri, Riiuthimitt t (tin. ..n the iith! day of April, A. l U. 1UJJ. In
4 WIN"f IIW', 7 23 88 L L D..wnb8\'lCh __.____ 8.19 W. I. Powell. S. :II. :Molt C. S. Kelly, H. II. Howard )tin r tor of South w.t7 Qnnilvr. Sec. *!: Tp 7, tnvor of J. W Amlifiw* HJ. ""romplniiuinl. anal
K. U 22 bruit 40 name, u..OI nuainnt W .1. f' I'.n., Mht.rllf ..f ., ..,
"V ; &0 r'.lSoifS of Misses! Eva Reddish and. Mary II I K. Thomas went on a fishing Unknown. I COt, V. f"tort,,lit, nnd nlTIi! 'In ittlmlniKtrntort I

___-___-____20 7 23 111 JI: ( ?IR.w.l\\ ________ 84.84E Buyer are visiting friends.. in Injjhn: Fe I Unlrt-ft' ale 1 c<.HII1.mt4. >ii ahnll bi roiloiimodnroorUntur f the. ....A.. of W, 1 I".. tUlwiirdN.; tlinea..,d. ..tnth ,a ,
"' Cor of S'q .t NE' of trip to Santa Monday. law tax ilve'l will luo I hi.mmon l nH ,ilnfmtituntii' '
iii run S 120," )"d. W 120 .' this week.A. :Mr and :Mrs. J. II. Thomas gave n t tin. : I tud of .1.. A. D 'IIMIitni I 1'In. until.,rwiKtii,d ate RinclMl. Mttnt, ... will offer .
'I I'. N 120ydo.\ E 1.i0i-j ydo \\', official .''n..tn. ami nodi\ thin for vii|,. hi finnt ..? thd o".h., .".* door '
__________,________29 7 23 8 ''In.1Parbr ..______.. 8.D1 II. Harley came homo from Louiie pound party Saturday night! in honorof tilt tith' day of I.". 11. 112) : In Stark.. riorldn d"'nl, the I hour ofmi A
\ 11 NE Cur of 14Y'.4 of NW and spent. Sunday with his fam 15th birth. O. AI.I'lm\IN.! ,n Mnnilnv thi tlnv .f .I um 0. A. I*.
______________________29 1 23 8 7itcdiima 1\no" Pit' ____ 9.111 I their dau 'hf.l.'I', Alva's I Cltrk CI.ul(0...'" Ir"Mn.d ,' '. I'tnI IP.1.' the, biirbimt nnd. boat blddur for ca.hhi ,
:'l.4;: 7 23 40 Unknown_ ____eon. 11.2 ily. day. Games; were pla.ved I till I 10 !/ I\ KNK.IIP. ) fotninu|| ,ditiffrllu! property, ultunUd In A
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.I.ty. ."
& aflfS' Wt: NW,8.. Not :Mr*. Charles Strickland of Starke o'clock when the guests were invited fi-11-ftt-6-8. that ,portion of the INorthwi-et Quarterf R

A in NW Cor ________29 'f 23 611 H G Knot L ________________ 10.06 visited relatives here Sunday. the --- ,> Ii',' ttnuthwaMt gunrtt iT Sootlon Inwn '
pt on N ohlu of G I Sight '" to suppoi Among those enjoying 0 it out: FOIC hlp Houth.I ,Itaimo 2t Fat, .:3j. of

of way aou Ct E "t '\'. C. Blanchard of Jacksonville occasion were ;Misses IVarl Greene, I In Circuit I.nl., St,PUI.IATI'. TluhthImlicinl thu 8,'u'.nrl' Air, l.tim ftntlwny .. wav.oxc tab1 ',,7, I ,.
'" & run E 4016 ft. N 6H2. in ChunPI *pt two acri. In Houihuiiit oormr tif 4 7
County .
\ ,. It. 8 502 Ct. to It of bow spent Wednesday and Thursday with Iva (olMnn and Alva Thomas of Pine .ry.Kvn. (rOIl.nM.e -nrrilH.l piece. of land which' two acrv* wer 4) 2 f

ur SWIr, oC NWt4 ..___._29 7 23 8 J M MAxwell\ ____________ 2.77 his brothers, A. M: and B. L. Blanch Hill Lvdia and, Martha Groover Boulih ; Rltti-t-ei, I Iii. to H. Gnann A. AliKINM.1C '' ?
ot Bik 2 SD of NE', of tmiplulnnnt ] 1. 1i4 ,
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\ _____________________.80 7 13 4 Wpitar Whltt.n ____________ 12.02 ard. i \ L'wi", Avy Stalling, Opal[ 1"'wls. V' 1 I M JohNS. f.111. M".t.r. i- 4A

..n hampton ____________811 7 U J )It lIIax".lI ____.____ 6.07 Albert Jennings returned to his Ethel l>yal, Linnle Parker Ollio Kelley (*..oruc.r..d.nl.Illt UIvi$.. 1 1I I I $,,licit.r for_ ('nnu.I"ln".t. H-4-Rt-A-1 ''O' 5 '
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\ .1 %ItixweII' 29.30 .
.,: nal r' W 'r1- jn-iimjw ::- 8 f j 1' y Ioiirca : : :_:::::::::::: 9.89.: work at :Miami after upending two Lula Mae and Inez Lewis MessrsRalcMRh \ npi. >inrin r by afThhtvIt:: a|:.pvnIl l tn Urn -MAHTFHH MAIN I J I 4 '
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I L3k 80 In H..m"t..n xri I flint In tin- fiboi'Htntid Ca. hot flforuu
_____________.____.80 7 23 W G S..all .__.___.____ 6.31 weeks with friends here.George and Halley Waldron of Bay Il"ni. thr, di.f,.mlnnt ihurwln nnmwl i. n I Notice I. IM.rfhy "lv"1 thnt ,umlpr, and) Jtyvlrtun 4
s.i,:' 10_ 1y r.hL. ot "nv 94W Mann t>f Green Cove visited of .. .., of tlm pint of Floriiit. and ,rimcvn.H of that ..I,in Una) d.".* of forMjlottn ,, o
'. ot NEI4 & NE'of SE Lake, Herman and! Percy Moody, hlm..1 NU Dint M-IICMI of ubpocnn cannot .I'' minlo nnd nmlvred on .1.,1 *lth'I A. D.nUI 1 A,, ,

I Nil .f SE"4 ot II""' __-__30 1 23 In J M .I.orw.1I _____________ 43.28 relatives here Wednesday.J. LaCrosse, Donald Adkins and Nelson upon. him nnd !i. over th. auv oftw.nty.Ie I. : by Honorabl A, V. I.. jmlutof tha ,
". of Ey.0 7 23 7 Viier Whstten ; it i. thnat". ordvrril that < .1..1c..t in ami for llrrtdfotil. aounly, .
NWS & t..w..I.SW.1f ___:80 I Si 120 N 1' CauIhufl _-_ _:_::::::::: 84.24O'rt4 I_). Randall of Orlando was Green of Starke, Raifonl Brannen until nil I ih.nt y.n.ilifomlnnt *.. ami I. hirrby ro- 1"I.r.I., In thnt ci.rtnln' citune. wherein Ada L '
n "i""e of lan.1 lylnlC shaking hands with his friends here 'iiuinil/ lit iipiwnr to the lilll of complaint fllndin Itwhihn bttttic Jolmii',' by W. W ,lutlmli, hi.rtniMhiinil .
or G S & F R3 & 8 ANW4 L and, :Mr. Taylor of Lake huller Dave HMlit, riiiMo r
: of NE'.4 __________.10 7 21 3 J 1\1 Maxwell _____________ 2.17 Sunday and :Monday. nnd Leslie C rt'encEvan: I llodgp, John- (if J n nit. A. I>. I litM' othorwlna the nllo .r f I. Hnynra and 1.1.In F Ilny mil, hi. '
'lIiood KHtlonH i>f nail! will be taken aa confeaaedb .Ir. a d..r'nd.nl. titus imiluraliriitMl. will 1
: : : :::: g i U I ion 40 r'JE1";! : _::::::::::::: it Sunday and Monday. He has just returned nu Douglas, of Pine Hill Bill limes pail dnfi. 11. .(for for. unlf .ni will m.1 for mat to the "' h
It In furthrr, onknd l that thin o.I'r t. plh.l.h..1 lilt/hint nml I beet htiMor, In fntnt of tie court I ,
to the state from a business of footer Pond Hugh Butler Crosby, .... I :: :! :: ,
I imr<' n w'k for four ..n..II.. |UHIK< tloor In Htnrhi HrHilfont C'-mnty. Hor "J I I
and pleasure trip with Mrs. Randallto Thomas Purvis owls LomiioParker I n .., Itnidford. Counly Toll nnwapapvr 111. on the 4th toy of June, A. D. ; t 4 ,
Fllerv piihliHhiil, I In ..",.1! uuiiity and pLate.11t1. 1 .",,Mond.r', hirnl hi.,,"of unlit. for the
: Europe. and R:. B. Rigdon. of Lewsbuig. May 0. 1DJ1 1"1.I.,.I..... ,, anld Soil .1...,.*-. thefollowHIT
:Mrs. It. L. of O I. W. At.ftinMAN. ill-nortlwd w.nl tMliiUi. I In Hrndfortllotuily ,
\ Hannnn Jacksonville
1 22 8 .lainc'a Jonea ______________ 4.S0 Clerk Circuit Tnint.By F'I..rl.ll. to-wlt i '
spent! the week-end in Lawtey.Mr. The I guests ;departed at II late hour, C, A. KNIln. Ivitni, aima I lit'. form of a miiiar, In ,
__________ !I'?. M, .(OHM*. l puiy lirk ,
7 23 23 Mre C A Brln."n __ 13.02 i tby, Non Itwawi 'ornor of thn Hotilliwiwi t3utrt'r v
7 24 80 7'ha Oouthorn Caitid I and :Mrs.VilI Dupree, of Jack- wishing' :Miss Thomas many more Solicitor for Comiiliilnant fl-ll-M-ti-rt l .,f I Hi.. Soiithtnnt, ) Qunitir of rWHon Tweit.I 4 ,,

C'o--------------------- 23,27 aonville! spent Sunday here with :Mr.[ h :tv. nint.. i 'It, >. 'lowniihlii HU I H) Hnuth. Itanic '
8 22 14 W T l'lIace S P GuIYntU__ .. o :"ifpy biithdavx EI.ECTI.101 I 1 ui.ritytuo (iJi raMtAlwo
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9 2:1: 20 0 F W..kannan ____..____ 6.01 and :Mis J. W. Byrd. --- l Itt>,. the NOTU'Y II In thorn by nn act oft nil of Klock II--: ( fli' h..lnl A .,ih.ll- t'
8 2.4 40 l' J Paarce ______________. 11.72 The death of Mrs. Jane Jordan occurred "" 'flnUtom't>'(mx'ipUi) : imni111"11' ..JlU'' it.. l I. ,trii1.iur,of 1'10,1.1". ) of th* 111!!.I ...1..". viMlon of tin* North I llnlf of Mouthoaato.mrtrr .1 9 'P
of Sortlon Twenty.nine (2l't. Town I
r the IN Hint of public Imttructiun of Itriulfnrdrounty
: : 823m W C Foat.r ______________ M2 PS Saturday morning at the homeof COFFINS & CASKETS r hereby enlla ulni-iliina t.. behold unlit, HU i ni'. South. hung 'I vw.ttty-twu. ((12)Knt.t ) I
8 2l .9344 l' n Hunt ____________.___ 7i.62: an 1,0111.. on June around. 1UJH toiltt .
: 8 23 1110 G. F. Waok.mlln __________ 413 tO her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of ,( thrt.* triii>li> unit .Inlerinln' the amount AINU A fifrlp of Ifind ..IH'Ut Thirty ((10)yanln ) 1
Lino
And Full
8 U 40 UnknoWn ______________ 11.2 a I of nilllHif-f to Iw aaamNfilFor : wi.I.. Ivinjr on tin* South 11., of a Hv
8 :12 ,.u G F Wa.konn..n ______._00 77.0.4 and MM.estcr, at the ago ofJ! : U nderlchr.' SUFI'I I iliu. I.ur. of holilnn| ...11 .1..t.l .,,. acre utiiiare, atd, ttv.noro ..1.".. twlnif In theNnrt
\ years. She hail been confined to her !thi. fnllowlnir .mananem ar ."' for h..t ci-rnr of tho ". lhwr- Quarter, 1
: : \? \ Ulhtriet Ni fl. $tprk.t f H. Mm tho w(1. W. ,if '/.uth.go Qunrtor. uf Ptrttl.fl I Twentynina I,
f 9 22 190 John Lt11oy H.tchlnaon ____.___ SI.S4 room for over a year and. her death AUTOMOBILE IIEAKSF.Alw ,\hlonl., .1) f:. Knlicht. i .I..n.'o' Mix (1111 Houih. Hnnir ,;
r",i of g hcil.tlnii nlil aluuLlon. Iwrnty-two .i4i, Fant ilo.crlli,.-t| MM wmmonaInir .
4 was not unexpected. Funeral services hinil. 1'he 10. purpiHi the ft tilth cunt coriiiof, III. Miidl five. .
.*s on) best Hermt the follow in* .. 'appo'nl... foriHHt Hi '
\ were conducted at the Lawtey cemetery ** the lowest. prlcrw. 8p.- rk't. No. 7.m..n..r(trot.),lyn : .U C. I f ____________ MO.18 ** of H. \. L ,.. th.miW.t
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8 23 2.0 L 4 .aneh'Y .1.I I 1 I'H.|if fit, .el.. on
8 23 6411 II 10' W.ckorman _.._._____ IH. t. Sunday morning by Rev. H. A. oal l ttcntlon to telt'l Krapli orDeWITT I I l'r:' ;l hit: ::ill" .aid ,*., ., pail. ,I"h.t way Want lit,. of the until
4 8 2:1: 8 Unknown ________._____ 2..U J7 lire nppintud" J.'h.lu", totS of the HoutlunHt ijunrt.r. 1
8. 2:1: 5 Unknown ___________ 2..0 Sponholtz. Pallbearers were A. H. eve n"lClat..rt'd }:E.b..lm. 11.. r"l..wlnl. I. : A. U '". A. ",n.ln., (J1K)' .t'"w"bh.| | Hlx (18'' J,
Hurley, E. B. Wells, P.. A. Blanchard L. ( ..". John Hmt! <->. "urn'n. \'h.\ RA n v" T wi.n ty-two. I 421!! ) Kent.' t hi-nee ,
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For ,... puriHmit' of holillnit Hid oloatton N'.rt t hi. Soul hw ) I Inn Starling and. U. L. Blanchard. ) C.JONESSTARKE. .. thu ,. 1 mnnH".. are appointt-d. for MVP ncr quHri.. thencv I.nut on tie, Mouth
: f : .lo"lnl. 10. Vandcrbllt" 1.'. N. ttl'lv I of the itfil't r Iw linn -munni, to point of I
.. The relatives have the of
sympathy contiilnmir, In all Eleven and,
FLA L K. Connor S. C N.nn..n'l eirtnnlnr .
i : : 8 23 15 Brookln r..nd Co. ______.__ 2U1 the entire community. For the purpoN of h :. laid I.ulr ..r. more o* (0'.. .
'! ___ \" the following' mannirnm illontn0 for A. 7. AHKIN4.Hiwclal .
:Mrs. J. II. :Moore Mrs. W. II. Edwards ; Mewlef. A ie A
-- -- lilMtrlrt N 1 1 3. 4.raham : C roiric, JamvalOynol'ti
} / NOTICE TO BIDDERS 1 W J. Jonea. A. 8. CKKWS. I ISolicitor
___..______ 4.16 < and children, IJichard' Thede : for &
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8 22! P."' GaInea bt-alfltrl bl.U will bit ncrt\t4 by the Hour.. For the piirpoH of holillntf aid' .1..I'.n.' _(.n'I.lnln.n. S45t1Sfll.l
and Blanche Burney motored to the IV id .. of Hrifort Hori Itt mannvera are anpointifd 1. ---- 1
uf i TniMt | | County :
.., ... ..... I'Ivlriet No,nf. INnlhronn N D.> Green. l>rt :
county seat Wednesday. i ole Hi the r. i t th 1 H>*oit't ry of the U. ,
H. In the Circuit ourt County.
N."an. t.
Iw..h.
23 J D Thompson ------ .-- 4 4q Bt btark. PIorIIs. until 2 oUtrk p rn. hoMIng nald' el.ctloa.tho torldH. In ol-inneery. IrM.1
8 10 -- pitrpo-i
Harold Pearce ,. .
II...-. ..'" was transacting bus- fui" 1)4. 192J and) nt hut Urm publicly. .pi-n- '
I r.'ln"I nnn.uwne are nptm h.1| for I llx-rty Company a I
- \ 8 23 n80 R I) rlnyt..n _____--_---. InR.AR Incas in Jacksonville Wednesday. .43.J for tiniHot' No, tM. Mrookrri, J. J. Moriian. R. orvoraLI..n.un".I.ln.nt'In.Lmolt, I| 0
8 2:1: 310) G W.ck..rm..n _____.___ .453 .t"uct.n". a !till finiirotlmnte-' ft>tIOMW V. Antlrtwa. I'. ( I
; : ::: : 8 24 2110 L M Lanl.y ____________ 4G.DII Lawrence Dinklna went to Jack- : nt thv north Appnmch I... the, Hunt F. I. .Vallo"1.. W.. KfCKUTER.H f 0
rlvi-p brldue at Hrfiokr. eonialninic nuproiiim )- ,
Ft. hulrman
23 G F ack..nn"n ---.--.-'- 8'.78 sonville Sunday. .i..ly 3000 "u. yH of mutwrinl I'la nil maybe .W'OtINS. 5-l -4uri-l 'I ho, riordtH, Y land .n.' ,r
8 isO nt the otfko f the county ..n"in..r.. .
een r>
lion ( '
r. : :: 23 G F Weckerman '_ -_______.. 73.A Earl Roberts a student at the University "h.I 3 H..nrtl ......rv.. th. rlvht to rJuct nny -- ft al I, "n".n" Imml"r'j
8 2)10) :
an bid. NOTICKNotlca
1 6.. of Florida Is home his or Laft.n.lant..
8 22 G F .ck.nnan ---------- on va- I
200 W. E TOnODB la h.rby dunn I .. nil pemone In- 'Mill, fit fluid| Title ,
cation. C. o. FUTCH. Chain-nan .'.... Ti n. In thn reLate nf lltam C. Powell. '
:: L.ndi Cop. 4UO .r..I.1 Tn the I.and Inmnif. ration Corn-
Farm -- J'I..r.la
: : ColumbiC
) 8 2:1 160 Mocrolry.. 5.1I36t6UNOTICE (at* Ilrariford county Floruitit,'. *..iJlthat '
l.ili 1I tI!! I. Flnrvnce E owril. iruitrdlan of Martha ,pany a corporation. Frank Wall. War B!* '
JlIt1! L.\Sn : TO CONTRACTOR: Hon-nce l'ow.1 and, WlllUrn C. ,1'owiIJ.Jr Shay. Jam. T. Router. nnd John Me Ha.. m*
: : ; 1 ,43eali'4 hi -------(3, 8 2J 180 Rruohyn? I..nd Co. ------- 1 2.02 nf liftnd Trunt*. of Bradford eotuity" Flor- the m"rln". apply/ to that Him R A. rjwn porpomt.4.n. W. If I>nvi. and hi. wife. a' 5
:; : 23 12 W I' I"ullrr _____________ 8.84 filn. at the offio), of the 8ten.tary of the county judire of Hrailfurrl county. Murliln.' at K, l>nvU John Llo. and lila lurid I
Highland June 1.-J. L. Briggs, W. board at Stark. Flo'I..... until 2 o'clock p. the court houa. in Htarka. foe fin nrnVr toHfll t..ufn. lvil. .u*. whoa. r. ..nc. 4 I
C. Hall/ and J. O. Guess of Jacksonville m of Jun. ID 1023. and at that time pub- at privat or t""bho Silo. all I tin* *AI.h tmknown. t S
IIcly'"p..n.d for conitrurtinir **f improvlna and, Inten-nt ,,f Martha Flr.nc.I f' rot(1t( andttilllnm (AREETINOS '
I L.WTEY wore business! visitors here on the" followintr ruada or ...,tJ..n* of C. Powi-lt. Jr. minor he the You and *.ach of you a. hereby reffiilredUt 'y 4,
rfula: In f>radf::r.l. In and tn I 1w and tn at>paf bef.>r. th. ftulu of the a '8
I I Wednesday. No. 1. llrookr to Stat Aid ftoad' No. the. follnwlmr namvil real .'''.. .U".... in Ircuit loon for the Kluhth, Judicial' Cir .3 '
: .h' Lawte', June -\rs.: [ Enoch Grit- Misses Winifred 10. ,Aeproximat.. UnirthX. \ .H mllM. Htark Bradford county. Fiorina t'.witiAH oll of florioa In And for llrailfurd county, I U '. '
or.. 9'4. Wimberly and 1h. Dial Quantft. of the U..... on which of Lota. Nln. and Ten. and the South th. IKth day of June. Ig* I. at *H* court- I 71 .'
- : I tis and daullhtI.'r.Iis't: Pearl are vi" Ethel Ricks G. II. Barker and J. L. ,iirr.i.<...1. ar* desired are approximaUly .. ten fort of I/nt Hnven and l*>t Eight except loupe In .ald county in St.k Florida toaniwer I' .
follow trirarlntr the north I hw,* and thre-qiMrtr, all A bill of ." / ., airalnetoil p"
Johnson motored to Jacksonville on a and nibblnir 22:1: aor... In Mock "A" of N. J, Jonea addition to the I / In aald court by Liberty InvMtment .. I 8 r

business vcnvatlnn: 28,000) en. yla.. .n" ot Starhe. I. eorpi raiton, orKanlxed and .iatoI l"do ) '
Wednesday.. "Ifoad monhlnw irrafllnir. TOO atationaI1 "rORFNCI E. POWF.E.L I the laws of the iitat of Flur.I. .
Mrs. :Mary Ferry, of Airguiita, Ga. I inch pipe. 40ft lln. ft.i Oua ,dan of .. 1'owvlt .1'0 I '1 h.. llradford County '1'.I'n..h., A weekly I '
INSURANCE Inch pip. K"' hn ftftrruetur -Annum. ('. owell. Jr. newvpapvr, niiblinhe.1. Intark... Bradford
who has ben visiting relatives In ... 81.000 ft board m..ura. A. / ADKINH ,, county ." ..rid.. la hereby rI.l"oal.l a. th* ,
Starke here : f\my\ aurfanlnir material. 6.Ano .d. yila.MiK.nic __Attorn.yor_ fluirdian.COMtIMIONESM'. 8'Uot-6 i ni-Mnnatwr In whirh this notte. .h.1 b* pub-
& RITCH spent Thursday guest of and hapintf anJelny .11''... 2800ft ,- ti.rid for sight comwtiutiv ,
I H. Wimberly.. MI ydi.AH SALK: The land uVf-crl.M'd In the i"; comolalnt 8
work tn .b* don. In a....onlanr. with H-rhy noi" v, I. tn that urnlr and hvvlrttK In tht rana. the till louuht tonuietd t tC
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AUTOMOBILE l..omIoseley: was transacting bus- the plana and tnatruatlniw. .n..1 pro via- tit that ci-rtam titannf. partition walnut the abov are
I iness in Law | ley Saturday.Mrs. prrimwal' and contract of Bradford county for Pradfonl county. ehanrery.. on Knot: Half of Vorthwi- Quarter, I
A. Slrout Farm Agency. Office open 14 : II. C. Wimberly \fli. Wini Each: bid muat b* accompanied by a ....t... th. lath tiny, of. April.. A, f lf'A in favor '* -t Quarter of Northeant Qiiartand 'uIh
n... h--ck on a bank In Br.vIf'ir-1. county'. .f Mra. n 9. Wll-ion. L. M. M>ittl.w. and Half' of Bouthwt- Quarter of NortheavtQuarter ,'
Every Day. fred Wimberly G. H. BarKer< and H. mndit' payable to C. A. Futoh. ..Merftary Board l.im. Matel.uw.. cumplainanta and axalnetMm and .1 of the ttouthwmt Quarter of '
r of liond True..... fo. five per rent ..f the Kale Wll-ton and 'idyll|| Wtlaon. a minor.M "b'rthca.t) lying weet or the pubis
FLORIDA Wimberly Jr., motored to Starke I amount bid. aa .v4d..n of irood faith and 4, fendth, undra-rned! M enmmlanior ...nl. ',nown : MtArk i.n,l HAT,ifenonn 4
Friday.Mr. I an a mmrant* that If ....a..Ioo l all of t ,.1 Ian.i.. ben., In M .tlnnTi'Mrnihip ,
blddir will IMUU the mtract and *iv. door of ,. cirurthotiae In Star.... Florldn.iluHn :.0.. lh. Itanu IA P.nt. and .
: and Mrs. G. W. Parker were I bond aarequired.. th* 'heal hours 01..1"! on Monday the 'mtmnlnir, HO *erm. mora or 1 lewa ami which
all 4th .. of Jun. A. D 2026. to the hiirhMt Inn da ale I d rT-lbd fx.
visitors rh right la i-Mwrved to r oj.'"t any or are mt ta fine. TWO
to Starke .
D. A.. MORRISON. Jr. Saturday. bid. and eat hi 1,lor for cub In h.nd.! the follow- PhiFV r and Kl.. nf Dorr nee CBnova -
P. SIMEONS e. See. ft T..... :Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett visited I lana aid apccfftoatlona may b. ...n ..t10.. Inv ._rber lania. _w.t a aktMlivi-ilon In the North Half' 1. H. t1
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... ilVce of the county engineer. and copf.ni of Ti. Half of .. Quarter of lion 17. Towru-hip' e South Ranv 2Caet.. I
relatives at Lawtey for the week-end the ...*.lna..tI"| ,na mar be obtained ''''''1'11.. flout h went Qu rt.r and four oar** I In thaBouit'wvet and onlainin.f 141 I Acnw, more or |*. th.
Sprayers Poultry Burton .*..rtary of the board at li.KO pr CApy .. of th. Northwnit Quarter acreage I in each ..t eald' Iota' -!nir a* fol
Carruthers, of Jacksonville Copi. of tbe pl.... may be obtained from. .f rVuthenat M.artr and South nix acre. of low.; t On eonta.nln41 16.UI. .
Goods Fair Prices was a visitor here Friday. the tecr1ry of the board at 12 ft" *.ftph. the rat Half of Northant OuariJtv of Inth Jot 80 And 44-1 (.t
WE. TORODB wee' quarter and five a.,. b.inn1nir Thre ronrain it? and i-IOO ACH-*. Lot Four
Little Joe GooUby of West Jack- C A. FtrrCH Cb*,n-nan l-r. Tern HouT treat corner of HoutheaaC Quarter of contain II adn-e. L Five eontaina I If ..nd1'u" S

Shipment ville, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. T. -.......... .!.:.!.!:!!.-8::!! thin Nor! wee ft.* Qtmrt-rr Kaafe mhundred\and run three alxty hundred ft ..ro.* my hand and Aral I of Ha Id court I

He know :Marr.Mrs.. ADVERTISEMENT FOR UTILITIES EC4t:1P- thn. South three hundnMl thirty tot, Ihia th. Jith day of April A. f> 1041.
MEN? Were ni|-i hundred aUty ft to bevlnninir. and O. w. ALDKHMAV. s ,
list beforejbuying," : G. W. Parker left Sunday for Sealed __..I. will I b* f*..-rvd by th'* th* SorthwtMt jointer of flniithw Quarter. Clerk of Circuit. Court for Hraatoni County J ,rFloil.La.
price Jacksonville Bnnd. Truiit.. of the Town of Stark. ..I...- .w$I.n thirty-Hv. fownahip ...,,, kane.Twen'y.nn. I 4
where Mr. Parker will ida. until :I :30 oeloek p. m.. on June 24. IV.'I. .. In the county of IlrarffortJ and It,. C. A. KNIGr.
Jacksonville Fla, join her In a few days to make that for utiHtiea equipment a4 hated. below. The the Jt.*. .( l..ri.t. and th* Xi.pthea-Jt Quarter D. B KNIGHT. Ipu.y .rkJMiMiUr /

,town bund truatee will at thi*.little op m and Of BotithwMt Qurt and th* Northern!, for Complainant. 4IJteU









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I. ; !AGE EIGHT. __i_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE t, tl21! ,


} t V'' .1 fuel however:;' ,-'wi'rIieiit; .a uoniitu properly m -TSTTIx' ren-<'li them.-l> iiiiiilcaTTy"H'lie' ( p- pear1"">w aatfir nor I: STILL, THERE IS ALWAYS THE on a Colorado bronco fed with i I..a

l 4i100C0oKldbtiu0d'pllOtXfCOOOL'=" utileKH the householder, pays attention I vohed 1 plum In her mind but could "Such a beautiful. thing to do," wild CLIMATE corn; plows five acres of land (Bred
f,' J, DUTCH ARE PLANNING FORQUEEN'S to the mutter of humidity., Air I think of no poxulhle solution save Immediate the glowing pink l\llIly. "You must not with Ohio mortgages/ ) with u i i.t.,
In the ftM>n contains 1 u large percentage flight; nnd her rnurageous/ soul let me roh 'ou-I am opt to be I i tanooga plow When bedtime ,
: SILVER! JUBILEE ,,
with ,.,' To her, ] c.
A of innlHture. When we shut up shrank fmrt the Ignominy of such u greedy 1"0 '' reassure I The Californian gets up at the alarmof he reads a chapter from t
I course. Besides, to run would I 1 David helped[ In the picking I clock buttons his the !H, ?
OiK>#Q004COGCGttC00G4Cyt our houses WP dry the air. Moist air away a Connecticut ; in Boston
,r to tha she hud As they walked, und talked In the printed ; says a prayer \'. t.
U. like a blnnket. It hold the heat seem Imply ( done" Chicago/ suspenders to Detroit overalls -
and, lovely' garden It 'seemed' the most | ten in Jerusalem; crawls und!,.,
within our bodies. Dry air allows It wrong; that she would not admit washes his face with Cincinnatisoap a
1 : to escape. A properly hiimlil, air will | fur a moment. natural thing In the world for David I ; basin blanket made in New Jersey, III '?
I The hours wlfh to tell her of the young mother who in a Pennsylvania ; wipeson be kept awake by fleas ,
feel warmer nt 0!:) degrees' than a dry I sped on, and them -th. ''I'
Mnry's !Messages Brrlve.l, had walked there with him, so long a Rhode Island towel; sits up to a home of his
ulr nt SO degrees mid be much more grew pnnlc. / product own state ,;,
,1 wholesome. To moisten. the air Is a I from her three swains from various! RIl!). The pink lady was very under- Grand Rapids table; eats Kansas City Francisco Chronicle.Mrs. .- ill
much cheaper way of heating than to I parts of the country, as they neared ntflnfllng. -teitrs lay[ ; like the dew on meat and Minneapolis flour with Ida- -
r fig their d..tlnlltlln-ond. their the roses ntrnnM her own dark lashes. I ho cooked with Indiana ford
ii I e buy con I nt Sit a ton. So keep the I I prosptri potatoes eon R
kitchen tea kettle spouting; steam, und I i th-e brtde. But In no Instance dill they Every morning thereafter she I on a St. Louis stove burning Wyoming \V. 1>1. Bryan and ,

an occasion open the cocks of the give, her nn address. to which she could. topi>ed on her shopping/ way to town. [ coal; puts a Xew York bridle of Lnwtey, were in town'Tuesd:,,
men radiators. Set out same pans send n communlcnllon. She way readyto And" rnld counted these happy[ moments i

of water to, e\'oI Ol"lIte'e keep an lay claim to fire, earthquake or with their growing/ hope, while -
,, ornamental tunes bowl full of wateron nmnllpnx, hud file been given the oj). a bird, of promising< happiness-Ilk* ,
the big wood heater In our living portunlty. But no one of the three the On6- thot had flown heralding: the 9
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room. Warm water evaporates faster doubted his'welcome Each was comfortably pink Indy's cnming-seemed! to spread | .
than cold water. "Keep your air moist, assured that his I'ulternp" Its! wings deep Into him heart. I They all like"USCQ"

and It will help you to keep your fuel was equaled only by her own. One glorious morning the' lady
bills low;From the Outlook. A stole calm finally descended upon looked over her ann full of bloom,
her. Let them compo She would go to smile at him. "Yon know," she J.

Why Indians Are Protesting on a short visit, nnd not return until sell, "It is really for my children
Yakima Indians, In the state of she! knew that all three had arrived. that I love,these flowers Little Lotta's "

Washington are highly incensed because Then she would come back, and have eyes fairly shine with eagerness/ United States lires 0
Hlieep grazing: on Mount Adami It all over at once for my coming, and Danny calls you
huckleberry, fields have destroyed their In due time, therefore, she received\ 'the roseman.: And Danny shuns

,+ l t I rt age-old natural renounce. word from a friend,) that Joe and R'ntlml'nt-Ilke hIM father. Few ) are Good Tires

'. r The red, men who each year malle George and l Stanley were lodged/ at the pie would believe that Danny's )1'0-1
,, nips la the wild berry fields of'the one little Inn of her town, and that has his own softer emotions-only t
IK" ntalnons region have appealed to they had all Inquired' anxiously: about kn w. So I carry to my children Jour half the t
Gornor liars to protest the pasture her return. Mary, smiled, ;glroJed herself flowers! We thank: you." PROBABLY America

t lr-{ of lire stock In certain parts oli for the fray, und set out for home David had decided, to start on mother
tl i n! e nntlonal forest reserves where The three, young; men gathered In trip abroad, when he met the ride on Fabric Tires.Bythehundredsof.
w wild fruit abounds. the front parlor of Mary's home, eyed pink lady, driving; her shabby little I '
i I Kllckitat and. Yaklma Indians one another with some curiosity nnd, car down the country road. She I thou

from the earliest traditions of these more liontlllty. One would prefer to stopped\ to smile nt him. "Plenie," she I sands they have stuck to
be alone when greeting one's brld .,for Invited, "do step In and let me take
.I' tribes have annually depended on the the first time. However, there seemedto you to meet Lotta and, Danny. They "U seo"year in and year out
products of the berry fields for part
Recent photo of Her Majesty, Wllhelmlnn. be no, help for It. And since one's are clamoring to know )'ou." I
of their winter supplies and the part If there a tested
ever was
r queen of the Netherlands, of Mount Adams where huckleberriesgrow own position was secure, It wan rather David desired to curtly refuge. But
who will celebrate her silver Jubilee) profusely they call Sweet Mecca, nice to feel that Mary was if popular no excuse seemed. available, so he money's-worth "Usco"
us reigning queen next September. Ex- girl.The stepped Into the car.
by the Indian name of Ilusum.
1; temdve preparations are already being door opened, and a sweet-faced, "Here we are," said I I the lady. David qualifies-and to spare.

64 e made for the celebration, and l the Why Water Can Be Too Pure, white-haired" lady, cume! In. "Mary's stared. The cir hail, stopped! before able Made by the makers of
9 whole people seem determined to show mother, thought the thfee young men. building named "Crippled Chil
i ( the love and sympathy felt for the The fact that a city's water It too "How do you do," said the little dren's Home." U. S. Royal Cords.

sovereign. Kxhlbltlnns of art, science pure Is something new In municipal lady "I can't tell you how glad I am "
"I think, his pretty companion was
It was found that the
experience.
l ., and shlpphig will be part of the to see you all." She shook hands with
N saying, "that when cine Is unmarried,
water of Fort Williams, Ont, had no
each of them, and waited for
1 Jubilee. some one
sediment formation when In all' I am, with particular responsibilities -
put
to After brief, uncomfortable
reply. a
that one should Interest one'lRelt
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tanks and the linings of the tanks
silence blurted the
Pirate Loot Rum Schooner. Stanley oat ques-
In some Institution: such as this.
1 i were exposed to the full oxidIzIng Influence Uon In all their minds., .
The schooner Eddie .James, from
And trulyit la n labor of love.
::1t.I. Canada to New Jersey with a load of of aerated water. The. city .I "Is Mary-er-Miss Sanford In?" "Parlottn." the pink" Indy greeted a
chemist was compelled to add lime to .
'
t others
The looked
rum, was robbed by pirated off the on eagerly. foreign child, "here Is the gentleman
1 United Stated count, member of the the wat'r.Why The little lady seemed mildly surprised who sends the roses. .Donny," she told

4 + t ? crew declared. One Editor Doesn't Care. "Why. my dear' godsons t" she David. "U. visiting! with his father, -.
The stole OUO exclaimed, "how stupid of me. The
plrnte case of The has
r over there. man feeling, as
r Li whisky, all the cash la Bight, and a "Instead of putting the Goddess, otLlb..rt1 pictures I sent you, all must still be I told you, else would he come: far I.
the dollar wnodn'tMercury :
.7 man they had wounded dating a abort on new on the way. Of course you don't recognize each day to see his boy?" I j
{; I ,Jtla fun battle to subdue toe crew, be more appropriate asks m*.', I am Mary Sanford 1" Later, u they passed out' throughthe
on exchange. As far as we ore con
i l' : WHY cerned,.they might as well make them Revision on Second Sight. gates together David looked down Where to buy US.ltn&
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of mercury-Boston Trnnti'rlnt. Cora-On first sight Jack though Into the sweet face beside him "You ,

7 ( It I* Believed Alaskan Native. Edith a vision_ must teach me," be said, "other ways '

Are Mongolian Nora-And on second eight! to help your children." I J. '\'. Andrews, Jr., Starke, Fla.

9 His thought underwent revision." .Gratefully the pink lady's hand Smith's Garage, Statke Fla.Anderson's .
'i Natives of Alaska are- descended THE THREE SUITORSBy I reached out to be elapsed In hi*.

.,o d ,,; from the Mongolian races, according I And In David's heart the bird of Garage, Lawtey, Fla.S. .
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D. Morgan Park Fla.
I happiness lifted Its wings. Orange '
-I ( ,to Dwight 11. Koblnson (1'rlvute
i "Hob") of Sun Francisco. This con- GRACE CANFIELD, THE PINK LADYBy
Be WUe-VA.dvertise I
.J rlunlon he drew while setting au e
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i / army enllHtiiient In the "north country (a,, 1913 by McClure Ntwpap Sxndioato.]) .-,. ._ __ ._ _. ._ ._ h __ ___ ________ __ __. _.___ _
," where he had an opportunity to AGNES GRAHAM BROGAN ; :
''i I observe the Inhabitants drat hand MAny SANFORD sat at her desk
ti Aside from certain biological resemblances gazing: / straight before her. Her
y bp. 1>I3. Wo.leru. N.w.pap.r Union.)
r t F these people' hear to the Japnnese hand toyed Idly with three Utters,

7 and other Munxolliinn! many of While her mind wn busily trying to NO MATTER how far the country,, List of Cars Trucks and Tractors Sold
r their customs and, beliefs would Indicate solve a complicated problem. There In which Dm M traveled the old ,
1?t { I that they me u branch of the were times when she found life a bit home ever sent Its grateful memories.
h'' same family, he said. difficult.To It was pleasant, too, to know that the
i .. "It In likely that the two continents awake one morning to find yourself familiar rooms waited J the thought/ of Since January 1st 1923TOURING

h, ', were ut one time connected at the famous may be embarrassing, the fragrant, restful garden broughtto

,a 4 point where Ilerlng strults now Is," thought Mary, but It by no means presents him a sense of peace In distant
aid Mr. nohln"o,". "This. (SO-mlle\ the complexities of some other lands. To live on there In his loneliness ,

channel Is now traversed, by the natives awakenings. Finding yourself engaged had seemed Impossible. But Robert -

'i I In little walrua-hlde canoes, to three men at once, for In- the caretaker, and 'Llzbeth, his
which when operated, by a single person startfe. wife, both grown old In the family'ssen
1 L are culled 'klyaks'' end, If of a The whole blame lay with O. Henry 'Ice, were sure to be faithful In the

11 size to accommodate. two I passengers Mary had been reading! an account of home-coming welcome

$ 'I are numtf) 'bldurkeu.' ThU. Journey, his lire In which the biographer had David's! first memory of home a R, N. Hall Hampton. 2-DOOR SEDAN
i; J' ( which In ages past was, probably stated that O. Henry uaed to take sweet. memory which never lost Ifs Jacob Starling, Graham.

_ I 4 taken overland Is frequently made much pleasure In promiscuous corre comfort was that of the fair young J. F. Kkkliter, Jr., Starke. Russell :McKae, Starke. J. \\r. Andrews, Jr., $tarf k e.
I The Inhabitants of Ktisnlun. Siberia on spondence. He was wont to answer all mother, who had walked through the S. R, Johns & Co., Starke. S. J.
n ''I I r.. the other aids l< of the straits who are kinds of letters just because they In- gardens, his childish hand In hers Mrs. Bessie McGruder. Starke. Norman Starke. 4-DOOR SEDAN
j 1 i : Mongolian have many characteristics terested him. !Mary's\ Imagination had He remembered the sweetness of her, J. J.'Rigdon. Starke. S. :M. Simmons, Waldo.

.1 d1 /F \In common with the Alaskans, which been fired by the suggestion.It like a fresh pink from the garden. J. C. Jones, Kalford. Lester Kite, Starke. G. W. Roberts, Lawtey. I
a j \ would Indicate that they were all of was during the war and, with Her cheeks had been softly pink too, A. E. Gnann, Middleburg.
a ) i one race much secret misgiving, mingled with and she had worn frilly pink dresses, C. A. hitch Raiford. L. R. Gainey, Brooker. TRUCKSDr.

j I "Uoth Indulge In ancestor worship elation, she had embarked upon a lively and the blowing of her brown hair E. L. Biggs, Stark. Miss Addie Baisden, Starke. :
L. A.
{ One of the most odd' eJjI'O.lunslIven': / correspondence with no fewer than had seemed to emit a sweet, spicy G. A. Anderson, Lawtey. G. B. Colson Brooker. Wynn; Starke. '

'l' this belief by the Alaskans Is the slg- six soldier boys. At the end .of the fragrance. That was all the boy had Herbert C. Ritch, :Starke.!! G. B. Colson I B roo k er. T. B. Handley, Raiford.

nlQcance they attach to the aurora war three of these had dropped off, but of her the freshness and fragranceof Fred Moore, Lawtey. W. E. Torode, Lawtey. J. b[. Brownlee, Starke.A. .
:7. borealis The northern lights have the other three hud been only too a bright, laughing memory. A. II. Harley, Lawtey
L. .
A. Marr Crawford
f w alternate shafts of dark hues with faithful. It was a sunshiny morning and the M. F. Brown, Starke. Lawtey Starke.
those of exquisite shades and tints The whole affair/ had not really been roses were In full beauty. The oldfashioned J Andrews, Lawtey. M. A. Starling/ Gainesville. Bond Trustees, Starke.

l.'. The somber colors, they say represent so exciting as :Mary had, hoped. There pinks, too, sent out their Wilmer Holtzendorf. Starke. Town of Starke. L. C. Smith, Allenhurst.
.11 I '. the old men and squaws and the was a sameness In the letters. The spicy odor. The "lady" 'popped her D. J. Byrd, Graham.
Green Starke. W. E.
Nelson
+I beautiful colors their Illustrious relatives men were all lonely they had nil desired brown head over the hedge to view 1 T. J. II. Moore Lawtey.W. Allgood lI mpton.

.,.\ who were great warriors." < to do their port In the war, but them Just as David, Inside, looked C. B. Brown, Sampson City. M. Cassels, Fairbanks. L. A. Wynn, Starke.

.. .. would be glad when It was over. Almost over'. the edge' of his paper. A blue- C. E. Burney Lawtey. B. E. Reddish, Lawtey. Bond Trustees, Starke.
PECULIAR at the! same time they all beganto )lrd flew over the hedge, as though J. J. Lawrence Brooklyn.
+ ,41\, PROPERTY OF EYE wax a little sentimental, and to express heralding the little lady's approach. L.'. C. Powell, Starke. J. C. Robinson, Starke. L. D. Taylor, Lawtey.

/ i- ;,1 d '_ Why Some Ptrsons "Sw Red" and Ne a wish to see her. "Happiness." thought David whimsically Freeman Register, Starke. !M. )f. George, Gainesville. J. C. demons, Brooker.
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Other Color for Duration of Mary had never taken much stock In "entering my abode. Carl Lamb, Lake City. W R. Crawford.Lawtey.
r f them protestations, but she had triedto The lady wore a frilly pink dree RUNABOUT
A. J. Thomas Starke.
Their '
; Live.. J. J. McLeod
discourage ton much warmth of which matched the freshness! of her Lawtey.
!Miss Thelma Holtzendorf Starke. Inntan Harrison
,
} tone In vain. While enjoying the correspondence cheeks and was altogether like David's Worthington J. J. James Brooker.
Il When a man. suddenly, seize a knife loved The lada4 Bond Trustees, Starke. W. E. Sharp, Manning.
very much, she had not the memory. pink J. J.
F, or revolver and run amulc utnongst remotest desire to nee any of the men. miring gaze: was wistful, as though J. II. Williams, Starke. Brooks Deal Lakeland.J. Lawrence, Brooklyn.

iris t Z red.his follows he Is said ti> be "seeing She wrote, therefore friendly, chatty she ye.rnl'l1-'hll'I\ reallydld- J. II. Carradme, Lawtey. R. Mott. Worthington' S. V. Andrews Brooker.

/ letters. avoiding all reference to their to gather all the rose. up la her arms C. A. Crosby. Starke. J. C. Clemons Starke.J. .
ti As a matter of fact: many of the lapses Into sentimentality, or, when and hold them clos. "Beautiful J. W Eddy Waldo. COUPE D. Dyad Brooker.
gentlest and kludent ,
st of people actually they for she remarked to the !Scotch' gardener.
pressed a reply, passing by / ,J, B. Alexander Hampton.
p Lit, '{ aM red for \the whole of their 11 v..... with a light word. ; Old Robert, paid no attention. L. II. Mrs. Ida Barry! Worthington. TRACTORS

i3 The eye Is a very delicate! \ organ, And now this morning, holding the I After the third morning, while David Hill Lawtey. Dr. C. L. Pridgeon. Waldo.

i4 aDd the slightest derangement may three letters which the postman had wIth his paper for an excuse awaitKl )I. M. Haxen, Brooker. Fred Hazen. Starke. Roy Edward.*, Starke.

t h :' throw, Us whole mechanism out of left, she viewed the results of her her coming, he decided to act. He II. L. Brownlee, Starke. Dr. W. E. Middleton Starke Town of Starke.

: t gear policy with profound, dismay Joe, In Just must. know this little living pie-
t
Cases
'' 721 I'" of colored vision are not un San Francisco, knew that the sweetest tare of his memory and he must meet
common. There are people who always girl In the, world would not have led her In IIUI'Ia way as not to be dlsap-

".; : see as though they were I looking him on If she had not Intended to poInted. !So' when the miner In flow-
I through red, green, or even purple I him ir Robert morning
i n l '+. glass marry and he was starting Immediately -had !gone on the -
t for :Maine. ; trip to town David took: a boyish
Others cannot SMI colors at nil. To George pleasure In white'
wrote from Texas that he writing: a placardand
them the brightest. nower be hr drab as a photograph. North to claim his bride Where would of' the hedge. The placard read J. W. Andrews Jr.
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v l Moat people have one ale that sees she like to live, and wouldn't she send Them roses are free to ,the public.
r, Y ? colors more brightly than the other. Try him her picture, as be had frequently Come In and help yourselves.' ,

t I YI the experiment of looking ut a Htulned- request" He considered that It might be only Authorised Dealer

I h r 1 glass ''window or a brightly-painted/ Stanley, In Florida, had Just purchased fair to Robert to remove the placard a. nLincoln'
-i picture with drst'one( eye und! then a diamond. From her letters, after one certain dainty lady might f
the other. You will probably find he knew that she had guessed! the love bare helped hel'll
4' t there Is a distinct 'difference In' the he had never been able adequately to. When her blue eyes spied the surirlslng Rn-dsoxv
/ Impression conveyed: Roth eye seer U l"lllll. Expect him next Monday sign they widened delightfully, \

r ? the colors, but to one they an a good alary, panic-stricken, seized pen and lie ,. scissors, which David Dad CAAa.TIU1C".'t7hgpxla
'deal lean vital and Ian contrasting paper without delay, only; to realize bonghtfnlly hung: 4angling from a

V, t,; than to the other. quickly the hopelessness of such an tree decided her, apparently; to accept STARKE FLORIDA
action. All three! of. them would have the Invitation. While she was cilp- J
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