Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02180
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 8, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02180
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ul hotel Property Now i Hampton, June 8-1\h'\ and' Mrs. Sweet Cora I I.. Shipped From Here in i I ;
'puiied by L. H. Partridge I Il A. A. McDonald of South Florida,, Mrs. A. Z. Adldns entertained the Large Quantities I Ir'a'cqu..nt The monthly meeting of the Law I board of county commissionedf c ,

are guests: of her mother Mrs.! Elsie W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C.;. Wednesday Bible class of the Baptist church will I Ibo ,> Bradford county, Florida. : met In.

l Cartridge, manager of the Sparkman, this week afternoon from four to six held Friday: ) afternoon at -I 1 o'clock, : ,,regular; session Monday, June, 1023, _

ih Lumber C.). here, bas ,' Rev. Burke, of Waldo filled his appointment at her lovely home on North Walnut : and unseasonable rains at the delightful homo II! :Mrs. G. W. ] 'with all mcmliers present a* ftlllQVIIIT. ; ; I' .;
have damaged the. tomato to v""t
faith in Starke by purchasicrt here Sunday. street. crop "I Ald .ml1n. nnd the meeting pronliseato !! ,, M. Bruwnlee, chairman, Louts II. i ,

Crosby the Commercial :Miss Eva Hodges, who has been The mooting was well attended by great exti-nt.' For this damage, the I I In1 one of unusual interest und Hill.[ S. J. I'roscott, James! Reynolds ,

,,'rt)'. ThiS includes the en-- with her sister :'".". H. B. WhI'Jo'lns.\, \ chapter members, and there were also farmers are not to blame/ fur no matter plonsuro, I' i and H, P. Giilney. y
how well drained the fields atotho r1apptmved.
21, of the original[/ survey of Starke, for ejveral days, present :Jars G. W. Drown of Law- lot I Besides tho business session which Minutes ot lust meeting tend and % "
.ind is bounded by Call, to her home he. toiuatoo* are such H thirsty the class i '
Saturday. tey, and Mrs. Edward Smoak of Tam will bo presided over by '
till they will imbibe too water.
n i Madison: streets and the Mrs E. C Williams-< visitor I pa. The presidunt'Misa Amelia Kay, Thus wiitor logged they are not only i \president, Mrs. Geo. C. White, there i Petitions of Mrs.: Elizabeth| Bryan ,

nght. of- way. It is in cup-) to Rtarke Tuesday conducted the inciting ami tho sec too soft to stand\ shipment! in the will I be u short program after which and Miss Lowery Inid over f
hotel the largest building Mrs. J. S. Buse left this week for I retary, Mrs. W. J. Epperson called first plum, but they will rot before I the members will have the pleasure of I Bond of lI..... A. Gardiner, justice v r1,

and premises. Key West, where she will bp a truest the roll and read the minutes. turn Therefore a visit and social) hour with) Mrs. Able of the pence ,district No. 2, approved
they shipments
.,t' the size of the property of her daughter, Mrs..Y.: M. \Vi''on. i of ripe. Law anti daughter, Miss 1 Doris Law, by board. )
Mrs. S, E. Brownloe chairman small and
\orablc situation :Mr.: 1'ar- Oscar Tate of Alabum.i.. arrived. are very now shippers are! nf )1;ISm\'I'IIII.'ho will be! the honor Petition received! asking that W. M. e f
the cemetery committee, nave nn excellent uncertain about how they will come
yetfully decided onto hero this week and will the guests ut this meeting.
not us ; spend Gunter be placed roll ?
I report of the work accom- out People who have lived here nearly : upon pauper
with it. However a por- summer at Hampton Dcach. Light refreshments! will be!! served and same was approved[ for $3.00 7 dt
and the per
plishud at Crosby cemetery, I half a century, run not remember
"i. building will be torn down Mrs. E. A. Kcimed.of. Luke, Gl'ne.j I after the program, which will[ be as month: )
: Brownlco and her
Chapter g'a'e11'8. any year when May and the beginning
The Consumers Lumber va, visited friends here Tuesday. She thinks for follows: J. H. Wilson was placed. upon the p
I committee. a rising vote of of Juno wore 110 ,\'<'t. This muy '
"- to increase its factlitie was on her way to Island l Grow to Violin solo, The Hour is Late, from pauper roll at $S\ per inonth. +
their services. The president appoint nut happen again in so
many years
I Imore space than it has ut visit relatives.Mrs. ed :Mrs; S. E. Brownloe permanent truckers should lint become discouraged the, opera) Fuust-Miss fUinsle. Mae Upon motion the foldnving resolution ) s o
,md of the property Idella Priest and lIlrll. Bennett.Vocal. [ I +
a chairman of the cemetery committeeand I. biit plant plenty of tomatoes again was adopted: ,
used> for this purpose. A store ter recently returned from u pinhol-I plans are being made for further rext your, and have better lui'k. Af- solo Grass: and, Ruses (Bart- Thathennji, Putnam county having s 14 i '
fronting Call street In Alachua Il'It--\ln) :\ A. E. Wall. }
'milt county.Mr. improving,! /: .. cemetery hiI' nil this season has demonstrated+ ) paid t>> Bradford county the sum fit
u futujre* and some new resi- and Mrs. L. J. Wynn were ReadingI'hateyer, is, i.* Beet! (Wily which Bradford" county advanced for .
I bus-I Mrs.: J. M. Alvarez, director of theC. that tomatoes will do spondidly\ here :
will be erected. If an olTer louse visitors to Starke !Monday. yx-Mrs.) : Luther G. Powell. paying of witnesses" in cusa of stilts
of C., proposed that the chapterand rte it happens!' practically every
for long- Cleveland and of I'1- il'iano, solo (a) Polnnnise in C Sharp of
responsible party, a Sullivan family I tomato aNu has field ofsweet I Florida versus/ W. T. Gore pt ill at t
the n
the C. of C. purchase Libraryof grower
ease of the present building,, Therein, were guests of :Mr. Sulli- and the .showers has Minor ((Chopin' \ ) ; (b) false! In D Plat, !tipociul" term lit circuit court und that 'e
!Southern Literature, splendid corn, caused
hotel should be submitted. to van's mother, Mrs J. P. Sullivan, [last a such Mujor (Chopin)-Miss !Monti Alder[ the money) used in 1 paying) said wit- t '4
the to to
work in sixteen volumes and it was corn grow an extent
" artridge he may consider it and Sunday. man. n..I1'VIIS transferred by permission .
that the as to fairly torture the !
carried by a unanimous vote growerswith
'building remodeled-and OV'I'I I :Mrs. \". Allen and children of 1u! h- Besides the members of the Law from thO general fund to the lino and, '!1forfeiture
abundance. If the tomatoes
I same be purchased for the use of the its
the new owner nell who have been visiting his parents Bible class attending there will be fund. .
However ;
ii two organizations. The pl'ice'of the had not failed, it is hard' to see how 1
have returned to their' home. members of the Homo Department,, Therefore Ho dull t
ios both capital and energy,, ( I and while both the would have managed, to it resolved we
book is $137.50 ( organizations growers
lie will not be slow in improving R. L. Crews and family left this will work to contribute to the harvest both crops without having to 1111.111 few intimate friends of tho Law .il., ask the lloiioinhlo Ernest Amo; !*, s t

..lurthase.l.ERMANY'S. I week for Belleview where Mr. Crews object still donations from' friend neglect, one or the other. fancily state comptroller, to a uthorlze the }II

has accepted a position with the S. Besides loaded almost transfer of $1,000( \ fl'lIlIlh... line and fit{ 1
will be treatly appreciated.The an express car
; : DISHONEST:- "('()\' : A. L. railway. names( of :Misses Addle and exclusively with corn being lIentdail.11 AMERICAN: LEGION MEETING: : : i forfeiture fund,[ to tho general[ fund. (t

ERTY... I Mrs. Wiley Jones has as her guest Rosa Baisden and Mrs. Newn Jones off Fruit Growers Express: carla floods of
this week her daughter, :Mrs. A. Dyalof were proposed for membership and also, sent from here every ...a... A. There will bo a meeting of tho Peek as notary public approved.Bid 1

,fat Wall Street Journal states the ; Jacksonville. the (chapter unanimously voted to receive I R. !Moore\ has huge stacks of corn on Starke Camp of the American (Legion I of Union county of $10 per p
Carroll Allen has been' the the Thursday. Juno I ltd month fur convicts accepted.,
isi. ,us to Germany with exactness Miss them.It the floor of his packing: house and a at armory, county i'

." r' it says: I guest of friends and. relatives at Law- was decided that there would be .small army of men to receive, sort, ut 7:30: ( I p. m. All members, soldiers Contract to da. drawn to extend to ,
hard tey this week. sailors and marfnt'S" are requested to January 1 IJ! :! I. (
An honest bankrupt has a no regular meetings of the chapter crate and haul it away.
E. L. of Waldo wasa be All soldiers of the World Proposal[ auto to attach jus- t
:Mrs. Bridges was
of fraud- of beans have
Successive plantings
of It The creditors a .during July and. August and that the
visitor here this week. I War who have not In the ice district Nn. H' which ,
I"n bankrupt have a much harder business next meeting$ would be held the BratWednesday been common this season, and therefore .I yet enlisted comprises\

' ,i-i. In the case of Germany Ger. Mr. Chalute and family attended in September.By there are still large areas of.I Legion are urged to come and join. voting precinct No. H, Brooker, and ) j?
Gainesville Sun COMMITTEE.DEATH 1;: :. justice district No. ,3 which comprises 45'
"iI ,creditors have the hardest time church services at request Mrs. Florence Powell, )'oungplunts.. But the wet weather ,

ill It is disheartening to note that day.J.. with Mrs A. Z. Adkins as accompanist has injured them and,[ the shippingof voting precinct No.I, (.Graham No. yps f ,
F. Johnson has recently had hisproperty about OF( LITTLE BOY 5. Hampton and' No. 0 t, Thoressu to W e
'ri so shrewd an English banker as I delighted. her audience with several the product is over.
in the southern part of town and to form /t part of justice district :+
Starke section hall
Frederick C. Goodenough is still to selections that hG sang at the After all, the
oim extent deluded by the fallacy : repaired.The radio distributing: station in' Jackson had little rain compared with other Everett;: S-ycar-oUl son tit Mr. and, No.2. which now comprises\ voting I ti ::4

t' German 'poverty.' It is true that I public school building is being ville.last Saturday evening. The sections, and on the whole wp cannot !Mrs T. Underhill. .died last Thursday precincts No. 2, Stttiko north and No. t a C

repaired. by M. Watterson and will follows complain. If the precipitation be no May 31st! after a short tunes 3. !Starke, south and it appearing it
hp sees of getting Germany numbers were as :
bno- on a way basis of unfettered commercial I soon be ready, for use again. Homing (Salmon.) worse than h: herto the prospect is The deceased, leaves father mother would, bo for the convenience of the s
a I Mrs. II. S. Wilson and :Mrs. Lewis of and sisters and a host of other relativesto .citizens. of said district and upon r commcndntiiyn sr
Garden Tescho- for the heaviest corn ,
intercourse with other nations I Know a Lovely ( crops e
of visiting relatives thu untimely death of the, of the county commissioners /
His loan plan for Germany, :Mathis, Tampa, are macher). cane ever made here. And[ when the mourn

h ' '' he dis- Mrs. A. Sullivan and children, of (David). soil will[ prevent any drouth for the the breaved relatives have the sympathy proposed,[ to bn attached, and') [it appearing "
> German pledge may '
my Sullivan's f that (there i is of the {
of :Mrs. of the entire community. no Justices
Vero guests!
" sod, as impossible: Still more is it The hostess assisted by Miss Ai- rest of the yehr.NOTICE.
I parents, !Mr. and !Mrs. David Jones. li-en Alvarez and Mrs Florence[ Powell peace In either of the .districts proposed r J 1

unnecessary.'B I Miss Free Wynn, of Stnrke was served beautifully appointed TO HIDDKItS: MUSICIANS! I FROM( SFARKE: to )h. attached, ns above referred
> the remorseless depreciation the guest of her uncle L. J. Wynn salad with ice tea. The flowers BROADCAST KADIO( I'ICOIICISunday' ; :\ to, it I III hereby ordered that jus-
course I
''If 'h(- mark Germany has extinguish- lice of the district numbered )
this week.Miss used for decorations were a pro The board of bond, trustees of Brad pence *
rf 'ill internal debts. The imperial :: Eva William was a business of will receive bids. Times-Union. gives the following three' ((3): ) unit, eight ((8)) bo attached c + s
fusion of daisies with sprays plu- ford county Florida N
ifnvcrnment is in the position to can- visitor to Starke Tuesday. ; complimentary notice of singers to and[ form a pint of justice of the I I ,
rnosa fern. on the 3rd. day of July, 192U! :!: for approximately
,it* bonds payable in marks, with Prof. T>uval, J. :M. Johnson, C. Van 1,000) fence posts to be from Starke who IlIveI: program pence district No. two ((2)), and, so rmnin ioard (I' l; ''
iruikload of worthless paper. Ev. I attended the at the Tillll's Unten until otherwise ordered by this ,
Alstine and H. B. Wecst SCHOOL DAY Saturday evening I
do W. C. T. f. SUNDAY delivered on State Aid road No. 102:!
"r' German state government can funeral of Mr. I lance Dowling at between Starke and Hampton. Posts radio station: I

Oi same thing. In like manner every Waldo Tuesday.J. was appointed Complimenting the invisible) audience Hoard adjourned, until next regular/
II Last Sunday by the to be heart pine or cypress, to be six
German municipality is out of debt, recent business of unusual brilliance meeting which Is first Monday' In July[ 1-
F. Johnson WIa! a program
of :National. C. T. U. as special temperance feet long and not less than six inchesIn ..' f
anu this is mere ly -the beginning broadcast from WDAL, the Flor- 1923.
visitor to Jacksonville. day in the Sunday schools, diameter at the top, and to be dis was / I
" Every public utility company and Middleton of Starke was a ida Times-Union radio station [last Q. W. ALDERMAN, 4
Dr. and under the direction of Mrs. J, F. tributed along the road as required.E. .
I'"ustrlal corporation is free from I business visitor[ here this/ week. Kickliter the Baptist Sunday school S. MATTHEWS, night, Lyman P. Prior who has given Clerk[ are l Auditcr, '

1, 'deal. indebtedness. The railroadsof Mrs. A. Hall and O. A. Hall were thetfollowing excellent proJtI'Jl'm: Chairman. many programs over this popular radio

the United States are capitalized In transacting business at the county gave Keep Thyself Pure-:Miss Blanche station brought a splendid aggregation IIIGCINUOniAM;(: : 1RI.U, PUT

ratio of something like 59!) per cent.e of musicians that delighted theaudience OFF TWENTY: DAYSDefense
site last:: Monday. Alderman leader Junior MacDonald, nESNET'r.ST'\II.I N(f
> honds to 41 per cent. of stocks. The Mrs. M\,. E. Manaire! has as her J.i D. GrifTls and James William 'and. created a demand for

bond secured on the German rail- guest this week Mrs. Young of Bradentown. Brownlee. another program just like It at some Puts up (Kurd, fight ('0'- I'k +

Wu'> >- have been extinguished and th8! !Mr.\ R. D. Bennett, of Jacksonville' future time. These vocalists were tenth Important 11'itnessex. Away J
I Wouldn't You Like to be Me ?-
n >ti is the only stockholder. Mrs. A. A. Futch was a visitor to Bullen Thelma Andeu Glenn McMillan and Miss Lizzie Starling, of Lawtey, from the Prloy vocal studio In Sturkc V
"' farm in I united in marriage by Judge for Lake Juno < Unless unexpected .
arry it further. Every Starke Sunday.. and :Merrill McMillan. / were and all pleased greatly, not only City, > .

Germany' is free from debt. The farmin J. L. Wynn of Graham, was a business Reading:, What to Fear-Mrs. G. C. Green at his office last Tuesday af the lovely voices but for the unusual ,development. take 1 plaice Walter I' ;

"' wipe out his mortgage with visitor here this week. White. ternoon. high standard of music rendered.The : Iligginbolhain charged, with the tt

'" ut seven quarts of milk. Every G. C. Lee tie contractor has shipped Reading:, The Trial of C. I. Garett..,, Mr.\ Bennett I"i the eldest! son of trio for women's voices wan, murder of Martin Tubert, ofNorth l e

', tate mortgage I Is w' rthle**. three carloads of ties from here. : -\11': J. T. Quigley. -' Richard Bennett deceased. IsI highly perhaps one of the pretentious numbers Dakota, will face trial hero on Juno
I i. have been I I respected and Industrious young Miss 2 t5.> This .date set yesterday by 't1
'" ""ears past these facts Residents of our town who returned Keep Cigarettes! from the and wild beautifully sung. was
brought out in this column in point. to their homes from Starke Monday Boys,-Mrs. W. J. Epperson.: man. At present. he hold. a responsible Hilda Struth who possesses a wonderful tho court upon motion of counsel! for s j jfor

ut the moderate relation[ of re- afternoon report that BradfordCounty Recitation Armor Plated Boys-- position with a large saw mill [ contralto. sang' with great dense a continuance on the i '

iiiraiifins, to the national wealth, has hard roads: -hard to get Charles Lucian, Kiukliter. in Jacksonville. His bride I is the attractive feeling! Vule. Each number given wu! ground Unit certain Important, witnesses ;

'I.) constituting the only debt., Gar- I What some Educators and l talented daughter: of Mr. good and 'each singer; pleased with could not, -I". summoned before!
wet Prominent
arrett, a gradual of the Wall The Baptist W. M.. U. met at the Paper and, Physicians Say of Cigarettes and. :Mrs. J. S. Starling add Is a favorite her selection that time. The defense ut first asked)
'"' ,.' Journal brings out the facts I home of Mrs. L. J. Wynn Tuesday., -J. F. Kickliter. with a large circle of friend The following is the program arranged for a delay of flU) to (W, ,days, but the .I ;

'inatingly' ; In his articles publi h-I Recitation, Nothing But Leaves The young couple! left on the six by the Prior vocal! studio, judge, M. A. Mi-Mullen: denied! the. i

1 the Saturday Evening Post. Pa- MIWr mSUt: \("TAINS K. -Junior MacDonald. o'clock train for their h"lIIIn Jack Starke branch direction Mr. LymanP. motion i I ,

doe not mean national K. KLUI1Mrl : sonville. Their many friend wish Prior: I When It was stated that ono witness l,
lacy ?! Song, Stand Up for Law Enforcement I i '
uptcy in the sense of inability ----- -Junior boys and girls.[ them all happiness. :Mezzo soprano 10011. was just recovering from a surgical ,, t, 0

external[ debts, with a bank- O. L. Beaslny charmingly entertained Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr., 10P'lIlLyma'n \<). operation and could not bo[ availably (

ufficiently unprincipled. the K. K. Klub Friday afternoon BAPTIST CIIL'RCH BULLETIN PRESBYTERIAN: P. Prior, pi*no. : for 20 d.iys: tha continuance for Jl

dad' where have the extinguished l at her home on Eighth street. Ah, Let :Me Dream. I that period was granted. The state '

"its of the nation gone? As Mr."tt The reception room was decorated The regular services of the church A good thought: for every day and Ashoo at Her Lattice 'announced that It* witnesses were +
they have goneTangible of daisies! and four Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses. h 'n; and ready for the trial. '
out with quantity
points A will be held on Sunday, with a spe- hour: I 'r
bridge. :Mrs. J. Mil..l.i Struth contralto[ solo Fought Hard for Delay 1 '
things. Not a factory tables were laid for cial program in the evening. The "There was never a noble thoughtBut Mills ,

.i bank, not a dock company, not M. Mitchell\ won first prize and was Bible .school [Is keeping up. well and through endless years it lives." ist. The defense fought hard throughout r

Dipping' company, has failed to add, ,presented a vanity case; while Mrs. all pupil are urged to be present on "Whatsoever things, are true, whatsoever Lyman P. Prior, piano. the day" to obtain a de-lay. In Us.

plant all at the of the Robinson made low and was glv- honest, whatsoever Vale.! first motion It declared, it was unable
expense J I. C. Sunday so as to [learn of their partin things are )
tel savings of what exclusive of tn the consolation prize, a hand- the evening service. School meets things are Just whatsoever things arepure (Dost Thou' Know That Fair' Land ? to locate J. G. McDonald), who i Is laid i

avings/: hunk depositors, was Ger- painted, mustard jar. at 9:45: : a. m. whatsoever thing are [lovely, Dawn, to In; now residing in Dothan Ala,
The in- Weller assisted the f .Mrs. Florence Powell soprano soloist and without this witness the defense ,
> upper middle[ class. 1IrllllIabel: Divine worship at 11:00. The senior whatsoever thing are of good report

relied upon for old We has van- ,stes in entertaining,; and servingefreshments ; and Junior B. Y. P. U. meet at 7 7 if there bit any virtue, and if there ; Lyman P. Prior, piano.I'd alleged it would not be able to /go to

'i! That class is destitute But of peach cream, homemade p. m. :Members be out on times because be any praise, think on these things." Build 'a World in the Heart of trial within W> or 00/ days. Judge ; ',
any is not destitute. She never cake and candied dates. of the meeting to follow. Philippians .f-.B. a Rose McMulIen denied this motion and was 4.

more efficient. The ,guests; included
(low clearly was this result perid Bums. Mr'. Florence Powell, Mrs. O. in the country as "Children's Preaching service at 11 a. m. I Know a Lovely Garden. led when thu defense made another .

by the Wall Street Journal's L. Haynes, Irs. E. L. Biggs. Miss Day," and In keeping': with the cr<- Preaching service at II a. m. and 8 Trio for la-lies' voices from the Carlen motion, duclnring J. T. Hendrlck[ [ a 'I

ml correspondent In Germany in Florence Matthews, :Mrs. N. Stern- torn there. will! oe a program rends'e p. m. ') of Flowers: Mrs Florence I''well witness, had lubmitted to a iiirgicul[ +! I

9\! He said then that an honest r.- berg, Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. J. M. < by the Bible school in place of the Visitors always welcome.T. soprano; Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., soprano operation and would not he physicallyable

rship was the way out. But there, Mitchell. Mrs. E. R Neft. ;Mrs J. C. usual evening service. Supt. of the J. HEDGES ; Mis Hilda[ Struth contralto. ; to attend. court within 20 day. '

another way-that of swindling Kobinson, :Mrs. J. W. Andrews. Jr., school, J. T. Quigley/ will have chargeof :Minister. Lyman P. Urior piano. Thin motion wan sustained.

'rybody. [Including Germ. y',. own Miss Mabel Weller Mrs F. L. Turner the exercises while the preparationof Other mining witnesses, the d s-

>* and most derservlng citions. So Mr,. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. F. F. Stump, the program I Is in the hands 'of exercises, especially to encourage the Mr. and Mri. J. M. Alvarez returned tense claims, are /C.! J. Count, J. R.

car from apy reduction in the repara- :Mrs. G. C. Collins Miss K. Isabel Bullen. All parents children by your presence. This er- Thursday from Tallahassee, where Walden and Sam Oregon.

"ans being considered the original I' Hamburg and and pupils of 'the school[ are invited rice( will begin at eight! o'clock. There they have been visiting Mrs and Mrs. The defense contended it had made ,,

Imount of 123,000,000.000 gold marks ,: French have to occupy to share in these helpful and spiritual will be special singing. Ralph E. Rhodes. Continued, on Pug 3 ?.
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}i : I PROPOSED NEW CITY CHARTER either public or private, for municipal I issue his warrant and have pipes in all hops, stables and! other !'establish and regulate markets; to
\ f t. purposes. Al acts and deeds performed brought before him any person or places, to regulate or suppress the ,i provide the town with a system of I
l'r ', by the previous municipalityin persons charged with violation of any sale of firecrackers and all other fire i iI i waterworks: and electric and gas
[ F To Re Submitted to Vote of Citizen the town of Starke are hereby ratified town ordinances and to require the attendance I works, toy pistols, air guns and slingshots I lighting, and ice plant and cold storage

i, : August Seventh and declared valid and lawful, of witnesses; to administer ; to provide for the unrest, ITI- plant, and to within extend or 1 s
and all the acts deeds, assessmentsor oaths; to take affidavits to inquire into I tltonment and punishment of all va- mochfy the same or beyond the
,'t a': f A bill to be entitled an act to nbolJ levies done or made by and through the truth or falsity of all charges t rants and all riotous and disorderly, territorial limits of the town, and to
municipal government the mayor, town council or other olli- preferred; to decide upon the guilt or poisons within the town b." day or acquire and hold any grant, lease, I I
,. 1: 1 hh J the present of Stnrke in the county cers of said town, within the powers innocence and to fix and enforce by night/ ; to provide for the nunmhricntr purchase, conveyance or otherwise all I
,i I of of Bradford town and state of Florida, and 'conferred upon said town officers under penalty the sentence prescribed by all breakers of -the peace, und for such rights or privileges, corporeal
establish organize and constitute the laws of this state, are hereby I tho ordinance of the town; to have the dispcrser-ent of ,ni, due( rder1y as- or incorporeal, as may be necessaryand : I
to I ratified confirmed and declared valid secular incident to the execution of thia
r s and municipal and exercise all power incident and [ nemblies on the Sabbath or
a municipality le named and designated government as and lawful, anti,I all ordinances, con usual in the due enforcement of his' days, arty for the sale of goods on power; to provide for the prevention
I the town, to of Starke, to define its territorial tracts and obligations* of said! town jurisdiction. He shall keep a recordof the :Sabbath:; day not permitted to be .I and entinguishment of grog, and to
boundaries, to provide for its are hereby ratified. his official nets and shall report sold under the general laws of the organize, establish and maintain fire !
I ntl privileges Article II-Officers the same to the town council from state of Florida; to provide for the ;i departments for the town; to estab- ,
and jurisdiction for the, exercise ppWl'rHI of some and, to Section 1. The 1 government arid time to time, as may be prescribed by preservation of tho health, convenience libh, operate and maintain any sys-
r/' H { + authorize the imposition of penalties administration of said town shall be ordinance.Sec. comfort and safety of the inhabitants I tem of public utility necessary for I WifiGLEYS
/ t for violation of its ordinances. vested in a mayor, a town clerk, aI 3. The mayor shall, from timeto of the town; to punish persons the health, comfort and convenience I I
Be it enacted by the legislature: of i town tax assessor, a town tax collector ; time, communicate in writing to for stealing; and to accomplish of the inhabitants of the town, Including -
the State of Florida: a town treasurer, and a town the town council such information and the objects and to carry out the full electric or other street railway If\ f ,*
Article I I council consisting- of five members, recommend such measures touching intent and meaning of this act lines; to regulate the rates ofpublic
Section 1. That the existing municipality and such officers as mar be provided the public service and best interests I The town council shall have the utility companies or corporaI ,srand give your,
of tho Town of Starke, in for by the ordinances said town. of the town as he may deem proper. power to impose penalties on the I lions operated for a profit within the, stomach a lift
i the of Bradford and State oft' Sec :2.! That the Alice of town tax lie shall have general supervision ov- owners, occupants or agents of any town; to require the erection and operation
Florida county be and tho same is hereby collector, and the office of town clerk er all town affairs and officers, except -I house, sidewalks or other structures,, of gates by railroad and street Provides .the Ml <>!
i abolished., I and the office of town treasurer Is councilmen, and may examine place, or thing, which may bit dangerous ; I| railway companies across the streets c wee!" In 6.nficial
.e' !i Sec :2. Vesting of Rights, Etc. combined so that one person con per Into the condition of their office, or detrimental! to the inhabitants 1 and sidewalks of the town at dangerous form.
t That the title, rights and ownershipof form the duties and function ua said books, records and papers, thereof I of the town or their property; to regulate approaches to lines operated bv
l property, uncollected taxes, dues, three officers and therein, and the manner of conducting | tax, license or suppress and such companies, and to require suchI Helps to cleanse
I Sec. 3. No person who is not a official business and the to materials and build
claims, judgments, decrees and chores their punish by fine or imprisonment I companies lay the teeth
in action held or owned by the munic- qualified elector of the county oi shall perform such other duties as the ;I keeping and !going at large of all animals I crossings over, on or under such lines, D8 [ keen
of Starke shall pass to and be I Bradford, state of Florida, and the ordinances of said town may require. fowls and domestic birds within ,I roadbeds embankments and ditches!! them healthy.
I 1 vested in the municipal corporation town of Starke, shall be eligible to Article VII-Town Council ,I the town; to impound tho same, suitable for the passage of the public ,
hereby organized to succeed the said any of said offices, and in case of vacancy Section 1. The legislative powers ,' and indefault of same being reclaimed I Ion, over or under such lines, along I
municipality.Sec. in any town office, such vacancy of the corporation shall be vested in and redeemed in pursuance of the! any streets or avenues, alleys or I
xt' ., Y P 3. Succasion. That no obligation shall be filled by an appointmentof the town council, composed of five 'I ordinance of the town"to'sell, kill, or driveways, as the town council: may -.
} or contract of tho'said) munici- the mayor and confirmed by the members, tho term of office of whom otherwise dispose of same, whether I deem necessary for the public use, : lector, who shall make week' '
including bonds, heretofore Issued town council and persons who are appointed shall be as herein prescribed; they i the owner resides Within or without and the town council in its discretion posits thereof with the deposit*
1' shall be impaired or avoided by shah hold oflicea until tho shall elect one of their members to be! the limits of said town, and to pay I may .require either overhead, surface depositories selected by the'
,( ; I ; this ,act, but such debts and obligations next regular election elected or until their president and one of their members I out of the proceeds of such sale the or underground crossings, and in the tking: receipt therefor, and l shall pass to and( be binding up- I successors are and qualified. president pro tempore, who shall preside penalty, costs, fees and expenses of event of any such company or com pa- rlhlte to the ,
'i on the new municipality hereby organized Sec. 3. The salaries of said otHccra' over the meetings of the town the proceedings, and to license and flies refusing to construct any such fun s to which it shall belon", .-,.,
i i and jcrcated. shall be fixed by ordinance, which sal- council, and shall have power to en- regulate the running at large t>f dogs!: I I crossing, after thirty days notice t which distribution shall \
lI Sec 1. Officers. That all the officers aries shall not be changed during the! force such rules as may be adopted( and to provide a license tax for tho ,' that the town shall have the right to the receipts of the depository
heretofore elected or appointed term for which said olliuvr shall have by the town council. keeping of dogs within the corporate\ construct Hume at the expense of the I Sec. 6. It shall
i and holding office under the said municipality been elected. The town council may, Sec. 2. The town council may determine limits, and to authorize the killing or company and assess a lien against'' town tax assessor to make "
shall continue to held their by ordinance; create and abolish "such, its dure and sale, of any such dog when running at abutting: property of such company I submit to the first meeting, ",
t'' respective ofn'esln,1 to discharge/ the other oflicea necessary or proper for prescribe the punishment of its members large! or unmuzzled or when the license in substantially the same manner atlu.ns : then'after as practicable, of th.
{ duties thereof until their successors the exercise of the corporate powers for non-altendunce or disorderly! has not been paid thereon; and are assessed, or may proceed at 'ounci, July of each year" '
I are elected and /qualified under the of the town, as it may deem advise conduct, and enforce the same. Three. to provide for and regulate/ the }lacy to collect. The town council shall! I liminary assessment roll of th. \-i,
provisions of this/ Act; and all existing able, appoint persons to fill the same, fifths of its members concurring may screening of cisterns, tanks and any have the power to pass such ordinances As soon us pructiclble' after 4i" < -.
s ,, ordinances of the said municipality term of office and compensation expel a member for non-attendance, and all receptacles or vessels when, as it snull deem necessary to makeit I Bossment roll shall have be< i I i.
not in conflict with the provisions and remove such officers for or for improper conduct in tho water may stand or become stagnant I unlawful for any person, firm or pleted and submitted to th.
} of this Act shall continue unimpaired cause. The town council may, by ordinance Three members of the town oln.e'j and the cleaning up and disinfecting ', corporation to have or keep in pose I council, it shall cause to be [pal .' ":
4+ w until repealed, amended or modifiedby anti ;prescribe' the oath to lilt taken shall be required to form a of vacant lots and premises, stabloi 1 I session any intoxicating liquors, the a notice that the said assessnu '>'
the municipality hereby organizedand the bond to be given by said. for the transaction of business, and any and all foul places and prem- I{ possession of which is made unlawful I I'I has Been submitted to the tow ,
created. officers and fix the amount and conditions smaller number may adjourn from ises where mosquitoes, flies or other i'I by the act of congress of the United' cil and requiring.oil persons di ,> _
Sec. 5. That a municipality to be thereof. However, the town day to day and rovision of pests may propagate; or harbor; to I States, or to offer fthe same for sale I II to have corrections thereof n "
known and designated. ns the Town 1 mncil shall have the right to employ the ordinance may compel the attendance provide for the enclosing, improvingand I within the limits of the town of I I whether in the listing, valua f fpropertY f
of Starke is hereby established and I administrative or advisory officers of the absent members by fines regulating of all public grounds Starke, Florida, and prescribe the! or otherwise, to lilt v,
t constituted in the county of Bradford such as attorneys, engineers or and penalties. The town council shall belonging: to the town within or beyond punishment for the violation of same. tax assessor, on m "
4 and State of Florida, the territory included I, auditors without such officers! bein,:* hold meetings at such time and at its corporate limits; to compel I The town council shall have the I the day to be named in the -. .
4 in which shall be the following", I iiuulilied electors of the town of such place in tho town of Starke as owners of buildings to erect (ire escapes power to pass such ordinances as it tice, setting forth their obji>\I'<.,'
j boundaries: btarke. it may determine, but not less than when necessary for public safe shall deem necessary for the good the said assessment; and the"" ,
td I All of section twenty-eight; ((28):!! ) Iy-I Article III one regular meeting each month. ty or for he safety of the occupantsof government of the town and to enforce I tions that they desire made. Su ,.: .
r log north anquarter d west of Alligator Creek! Section 1. There shall be a townday Sec. 3. Every ordinance before its such buildings; to provide for the (I| the provisions! of this act, and tied shall be published weekly fc' .
It and the southeast quarter of northeast ( marshal and a town night marshal ,passage shall be read three times, unless organization and maintenance of a shall have/the right to prescribe lines, consecutive weeks in some newer> ,
t ; and the cast half of the and they shall be elected at the three-fifths of the council shall police force, and to impose fines, for- '. forfeitures and terms: of Impricon-: published in Bradford (count- .
4i quarter of section twenty- regular 1 town election held on the second deem it expedient 1 to dispense' with d feitures' and penalties and terms of [, ment r at hard labor as penalties and said notice shal 11"" < >
southeast((29)! ), all in township six ((6)) Tuesday in September, A. I). I' this rule t but tho reading of an ordinance imprisonment for offenders againstthe for the violation of the town ordii'un- time and place when wht
south, range twenty-two ((22) east, 1U23: and they shall take otlice on thu I by|sections in its final passage ordinances of the town and to pro- !! ces, provided no penalty thrill exceed! ) town council shall meet for thi
containing about six hundred eighty second Tuesday", in October, A. I). 1323: I ishnl lin no case be dispensed with, vide It' jail or work house as a place I five hundred dollars ($"00 UUi or no pose of equalizing the asHes-"i
r, h I' ((680)) acres. and such marshals shall hold office i and every ordinance before becoming of imprisonment, The town council imprisonment shall exceed six months and making corrections. Jrll<
Sec C. Thnt the snid municipality for u'to'm ot one year each or until u law shall have received a majorityvote shall have power and authority to I o> both. The town council shall also date of first publication of ,
and all the inhabitants comprehendedwithin their successors urn elected and qualified of the town council, which shall grant a right of way through streets, i'have the power to remiir1 nny person to and including the time ,,0 i
the territorial limits above described and whose duty' shall be such as be by roll call and the vote enteredin avenues and public /grounds of the sentenced to imprisonment fur violation meetlnA of the town council, ;theSIInt ,"
f shall ho, and are hereby created may be prescribed by ordinance. the minutes of tho meeting, nor town for tho purpose of street rail- I of the town ordinance i, t ) work ;:'* roll shall be open to '
,, and constituted a body corporate Article IV shall any ordinance be effective until way lines or other railways; provided upon the streets or in any town uctiv-: of the public duringable < >
F and politic, under and l hy the name of Section 1. There shall he an election the same be signed by the mayor; unless that nothing in this section shall 1 it> office hours.
Y the'Town of Starke, and by that name held on the second Tuesday in : 1 it is passed over his veto ns may be so construed as to deprive any I Article VIII I Sft. 7. All petitions for con
may have/ perpetual succession, nnd September, A. D. 1UU3, at; which there 'bo prescribed by ordinance.Sec. abutting property owner from recovering Section 1. The town clerk' and | of assessments so filed with tii.
I shall be elected two councilmen and 4. The town council at its damages that he suf- town treasurer shall attend the meetIngs I
? + sue and( be sued plead und he im- any may I I i tax assessor, shall be by him d.,l
I pleaded, may hold real estate, personal the other elective officers of thu town, first meeting and annually thereafter, ,fer or incur by reason of the gmting /; of the town council, keep accurate ed to the town council, and the .'
i j I" and mixed property, and may who shall take olllce on the second shall provide a,, desopitory or Oeposi- of such right of ways; to provide for minutes of the proceedings of : cil, by committee or. otherwise, -' '!
dispose of the same for the benefit oft Tuesday! in October, A. D. 1023( and turlen fop funds belonging to the town the construction of covered ditches ,I said council, keep a record of all ordinances investigate concerning came, too i
such councilmen shall hold otlice for a of Starkd such terms and and drainage and for keeping '' passed by the council and
the town, and may acquire, purchase upon renditions passages; on the dhy named therefor in th> ..j:
yr r, lease, receive and hold property, rl'alI term of two years, or until their successors us shall be satidfuctory to them in repair and assess the expense shall keep a set of books showing atf<+ notice shall meet and sit as- ..1equalizing I <
I '- und personal and mixed, both within are elected and qualified; and said council. on the property that may he : all times the receipts and disburse- '\ board for the i
and beyond the limits of the town, toe there shall be an election on the second I j Sec.' 5. The town council shall have especially benefit ted by the improve- I meats of all moneys. He shall keep I equalizing the said assessment pure used fur the burial of thedead; Tuesday in September, A. D. I i full power to pass such ordinances" bsUt ment, in:! proportion to the amount of .1 a separate account of each fund so of same and 'de i
," the construction or purchase of a tel- 11)21):! at which there shall be elected f may deem proper for the government such benefit, OF upon the abutting; I| thnt his books will, at all times show' cOlectinl upon all shal. >,
rill, ; and waterworks for three councilmen for a term of two of said town and shall have s|>erial owners in proportion to their frontage I the amount of money to the credit of make such changes in the valm' r"
supplying/ said town with water; ice years, who "shall, take office the sec I power to borrow money by bondIng !-| and upon all lands clrhined there- each fund. The clerk shall also issue [ or listing of property as
plant and cold storage; for the purpose ond Tuesday in October, A. 1) I'J'-M/ the town for any of the following ;i by which may receive the benefit of I and >.i .'n all warrants to be issued: ;mivl'ich < salto the proper, just{ may and '
; 0 of supplying said town with ice after their election and hold office/ fora I purposes; to improve the otreets! hnu- I such drainage; provided! the town I shall be countersigned by the I II 1.equalizing of said aAsessmei ,
Y and cold storage; gas for illumination period of two years, or until their 'levanU, avenues, alleys and sidewalksto council may, by ordinance or resolve president of the town \council. lIeI I shall be the duty of the town "
"successors, are elected and qualified. establish waterworks tion provide for the payment of I shall also keep a
and heating purposes, and electricityfor I a system, any war- sensor to make out a compl-', .*
illuminating! heating or power All elective officers except councilmen supplying' said! town with water; to part of the cost of such work or improvement rents issued in their ntmerical/ order roll as corrected by the town .
purposes; the location of, waterworks, town clerk, town treasurer and establish a a system' und out of the general tax fund an 1 showing this payment, and at and after the same has been .1 I ', nand
the establishment of poorhouses pest town tax collector, whose terms of office I drainage; to establish a gas systemfor and the reasonable cost of such construction each regular I upprrtved. by the town con .
+ houses' houses of detention oil{ correction shall I I be two years, shall I hold office illumination or heating purposes, improvement or repairs I end more often if required, make a shall stand as the assessment '
a town hull, hospitals for the for a period of one year, or until or an electric system for illuminating, shall be equally assessed'aaninst tho written report to the council showing. taxable property of the town. A
ap their successors are fleeted and qual- establish said shall be lien a list of Jill warrants and
care or detention oft the sick, jails, heating or power purposes; to propertY'IInd' a outstanding ua: after such ,,."-'
market*; houses or other buildings for ified.Sue.. an ice plant and cold storage thereon and be enforced by nny court :1 the balance on hand to 'the credit of and prllclcabll of the assessnu I"
public public parks, 2. The qualifications of voters plant) for supplying said town with having jurisdiction; take and appropriate 'each fund. i town shall <
warehouses,opromemrl for cremating of any general election of "said, town ice and cold storage/ ; for the- estab- private and public !grounds The clerk shall also! be the custodian '''Ifix tho count1 x (, deterll'and mal l')
: neutralizing or otherwise destroying shall be the game ns those voting for | Imhment> of poorhouses, hospitals and property, in the manner und form of all records, seal, papers! and annual I tax levy for the curren
r sewage, garbage and refuse, members of tho state legislature, ex- i pest houses, houses of detention and provided! by law for condemnation, : files of the town of Starke. The town council mayjevy tin
and for any public purposes that tho cept that such voters shall be resi- correction to purchase or erect a for widening the streets or parts I Article IX j I be raised us a whole or
d town council may deem proper. -And dents in the town of Starke for six town hall, market house or other thereof, for lengthening; o. changingthe Section 1. The town council shall special levies for particular nll\,
months preceding such election, and I for to for laying out new I i I' have the to make its pui"
y may sell, lease, mortgage operate or buildings municipal purposes; same or power own asses as to them may seem best. The '
t dispose of said property for the bene shall have registered in the town registration I establish a street railway system; to streets, avenues, alleys or squares, jnent of taxes and fix the valua-l I tax assessor shall make two a> ,'
i fit of the town to the same extent that books as prescribed by ordi I provide" for-public parks, warehouses, parks or promenades when the public :: tion of property therefor, but such' ment rolls, the originals of who '
t '.\ natural persons might/, do. Said town nance, and at any special election promenades and the improvement of convenience may require, and to assess ', valuation shall not exceed the actual j I retain in his office, and the. <
shall have and use 10 common seal and held for the purpose of authorizingthe the same, and to take cure of any the costs and expenses of such cash value of the property. For ores' .shal be to the town ti. '
issuance of bonds> only free holders floating indebtedness.Sec. improvements pro rata upon tho property i dinary purposes the rate shall not delivered
change! the anN, it I>lei -m> 'I'
town shall have the right to exercise! otherwise qualified, shall vote. (I i. Before issuing bonds for especially benefitted thereby; to ,, exceed twelve ((12)) mills on this dollar I rolls he shall attach his certitr "
i eminent domain to acquire property, :Sue.: S. All voting at any general any of said purposes the same' must require persons or their agents! owning 'I i and n special tax not to exceed ', the following form
or special elections shall be by ballot, have' been authorized: in the following property within the city to bring i I twenty ((20)) mills may be levHl toI I I I, ___ __ town: tax r
'lj and! the u ,, ,14
either written or printed the to grade topographical I[ create fund for the '
manner; same a or a sinking ''' !u'ot of '
+ GG G.G. e candidates receiving the richest, number ': An election must have been orderedby level by filling; t in or excavating: as! I f' paying the town's bonded indebted-1 l tify the town the of foregoing Starke do is hereli tpropert ht ,. < "I..
GI of votes cast shall be declared an ordinancepassed by an affirmative may be necessary, the town to'have', ores or interest thereon, and a special i ment tha the taxable '
elected. I vote of not less than three members "ynd- to exercise the same right of lien ;, tax not to exceed one-half mill for'j I Starl ,'i'"
and that contains
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"Feeling Sue -I. All elections shall bepro and proclamation-of the time and and enforcement as provided In cast ,,' publicity: purposes, may l be ,envied.I I 'itutei ent, and of all i,' ".
r claimed by the mayor at least thirty place of the election and the purposesfor I of sidewalks and pavements or other I I I Sec. 2. The town council may fix in the description subi ,
I I erty town of Starke
tIzty:t. prior thereto, and in case of his which these bonds shall be issued\ improvements this! act, when the the license tax for; any huslm-xs' trade ration Habit *
refusal or omission to nmke any such !must have been made, as provided in said work of excavating r>r ''Ulimr: in ,,,01' occupation carried on wthin the I I by said town or '!'
Fine proclamation, the same shall be made ,, sections two ((2)), three ((3), and four shall be done by the town. The council j i limits of said town at such price Ol'I assessed valuation therein said; 'that rolls the sho'V listing eon' .1'I' ,
by the town clerk, hut. no want of ((4 I ) of article four ((4)) of this act. shall also have the power to comp I' figure/ as it may depm pron<-r. in
) proclamation shall defeat in the general I j The Issuance of bonds' for any purpose '<9 I persons to keep vacant and occupied I Sec. 3. All persons, corporationsor I II .nc accurately the, listing antiContinued
;f "I was pale and thin, hardly i election of town officers, as here. must have been favored property in a neat, clean and firms holding or owning propwty, ( on Page 7.)
able to go," says Mrs. Bessie in prescribed. 1 by malority of theolegal votes sanitary condition, and to provide I real or personal, subject to taxation -
Bearden ol Central, S. C. "I Article V cast at said election. The form of penalties for the failure to d > HO. i by the town of Starke, are hereby required ..lime '..
Quinine .at A1cctB.cene ;
'{ would suffer, when I stood on (! Section 1. The council mav, on ballot to be used at such elections! Tim town council shall have, powerto to make a return of the name 10" lot_ ,
,l s I pang feet, with bearing-down! .:: tiIJ.: charge: of official misconduct, or wilful jl j shall have the words "for bonding! ," pass ordinances and make regulations : before the! first day of April, A. D.1U2I TIV BRUMO of Its QUININE tnolc: snd: (T.biets..' ilvr>>ceo pffi '
r' ( in my sid.M the lower 'I5 nejtlt'ct"tlf duty, or for misfeas stating the purpose and amount; to secure the general ,health! of 1, and before the first day of April inthehustlwW[ VESitaoetwt't'
t part ol my body. I did not rest ance or niHlfeaaancu in olllce each "against bonding," stating for \vhat the inhabitants of the town; to establish :, in every year thereafter, to the town Gk
wetland didn't want anything: I' the mayor hy a majority Votes and purpose and amount, written or hospitals and provide for the indigent tax assessor. k
to eat. My color was bad and by" thrt-e-tUths vote of all the members !printed thereon, so that the voter can sick, afflicted; to define, abate I I Sec 4. Such returns shall be made Habitual CormfpetTon CoredIn
i I felt miserableAriand ol of the council, after trial, on due designate which proposition he is in prevent and remove nuisances, whether upon and in compliance with blanks M to 21 Days'LAXFOSsrTNPEPSIN"
mine told me ol m notice, may remove him from otllce. favor of. affecting the health or morals of ,'prepared therefor and furnished by Is a s p M' >
; Sec. 2. During any vacancy in the Sec. ". The amount of bonded Indebtedness the community; to prescribe fire lim I the town of Starke and shall contain I I prepared SyrupTonic-LaxalvcforIU 'f
office of the mayor, or in his absence! of said town shall be fixed its within the town; to condemn old,) a complete'list/ of all the property Constipation. It relieves promptly :
CAnDU disability' on or disqualification by the town council as they dpemprop..r unsightly and dilapidated buildings )I taxable bv the town belonging to such should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 t of
L t a i iI iTts ; the president or the presidentpro regardless of the assessed val- within the city and have same remove persons, firms or corporation betweenthe to induce regular action. It Stimulate: ;'Id>
tempore of the town council shall ue of the taxable property of said ed, and to assess against the property I ft day of January and the 1st Regulates. Very Pleasant to'Talu,. '*
: discharge the duties of the mayor. town, provided that such indebtedness upon which any such buildings are day of April in the year for which ter bottle. .
I Article VI shall not exceed twenty-five ((25)) per situated, all costs of removal which I, return is made, giving separately and
_ Section 1. It clad Ihe the duty of cent of the assessed valuation.Sec. costs shall be a lien upon saltl property intelligently a description of each separate J. L. SIMMONS:
I Wematfs Tcrc! the ma to attend all the meetingsof : 8. Such bonds shall be signed I from which said building: was .I lot and parcel of real estate. > !
_ ;ei and I then re.nenibered the town council, to ace that Ml ordinances by the mayor And town clerk and the moved, prior in dignity to all re-I The description of property thus! returned LUIBEI A-ND ELECTRICtlCONTRACTOR
; mother used to take it. Alter my are executed; he shall ap- corporate seal affixed, and shall b<> liens, except taxes! and which I. may be considered i by the town
s point to perform, temporarily made such time and such shall be assessed in the tax in GO E5
t '. the first bottle I was better.! I I'J persona payable at substantially ,, assessor making assesn.'its< ESTLMATE8 CHEERFULLY
t a '. ileshen and I i'' the duties of any disabled or sus- place as the town council may desig same manner as hereinafter provided but he shall not be bound thereby.
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began my strength( up: and good, pended officer. It shall be his duty to nate. for the assessment of paving liens I I Should' any person, firm, or corporation -
e healthy color 1 cm Icrlln llne. suspend any officer, except council. Sec. 9. The town/'acting throughits and may be evidenced by certificate omit to make return as above required STARKE. FLA. _
f r ) Hook twelve bottles: ((01 Cardul) men at any time for gross: rteglect or town council, shall have the power issued substantially in the same manner I the assessing officer shall 11II.i .
s and haven't hat i ft bit cl trouble t'-)) dereliction of dutv, at the name time .to pass all such ordinances as may '; to regulate the inspection of i sess 'properly not thus returned in To Stop a Cub Quick
':f notifying such officer in writing the be necessary to suppress! and. prohibit milk, butter and other dairy products the name of the owner. If the name takes HAYES' HEALING HONEY.-
r k Thousands! ol other women iJ) cause of his suspension! and giving i gambling and gambling houses, bnw- sold in the town, and the premises : of such owner Is not known to him, cougb medicine which tie couftb t b>r
'I ; have had. similar experiences In __' him notice to appear at the next regular dy houses. disorderly houses' exhibitions where such products may be produced he may assess it in the name of the healing the atop ti '"'
k the use cl C ardui, which has meeting of the council and an- shows, circuses, parades or ; to regulate the Inspection' of all supposed ,or reputed owner or occu- A box Infame
,I t .f, s brought relief) where Cther0') swer thereto. That when said meeting amusements contrary to good: moral, groceries, vegetables, fruits and food pant, or as belonging to an unknown for Cheat GROVES Colds. GPETR'SAVE >
; l medicines had failed.: shall be hl.'ldto report such suspension and 'cJb"cl'ne pictures! and literature; products of whatever-kind, nature or owner, and in no case shall the fail- Is bottle! uI
+ II YOU suffer from 'female! ailments and the!' cause thereof. If.the to regulate, restrain or prevent the clan that may be sold within the ure of such, person to return real estate Cup HEALING with every The S tr
take Ctrdul. It Is a council deem the cause sufficient for Currying on of businesses dansrerot.sin town; and! to regulate weights and or personal property for taxation Y/ rubbed HONE. and
woman's medicine. It may be r.p removal, it shall remove the suspended the way of increasing or. producingfires measures; to regulate/: the vending of or failure to assess real estatein bold children on from Cold tblof
p J J-ist what you nc-.d.! : officer and the vacancy shall be ( to regulate! the!' storage of :jriinpouder meats, poultry, fish and oysters and the name of the owner or occupant suffering *a o CI
5{ At your druggist's or dealer's. filled a. herein prescribedSec. dynamite, tar, pitch, ro' in. other articles of like nature sold within render- the tax assessment unon real T..hr.ltDi.Otet I..t eonbbwd of Hayw with .><"Hotf*' .1 ;
EH 2. The mayor shall be!' judgeof saltpeter, Run cotton, coal oil. and! all the town and to require the prem- estate void or furnish a valid reason I o_ a-Tret. Salve Uuauh tb. P0"* j
;. the police court and have jurisdiction other combustibles, explosives!' and i ices i upon which the same may be soldor why the taxes should not be paid. > oooo amps a- _
G e O to try all offender against the inl&mmabl materials, and UU, cf kept to be screened In such manner S('( 5. All revenues of the town ,I _Both I of the ram dlr. ., phd 1 en._fed t
town ordinances, and hall have the 1 tfhts: candles, lamps and steam I as to exclude: flies thc from; to of Starke shall be paid to the tax col- Just ask.bl your t'I drogitat.3 for.HAYE


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i 1 IncL.dts. Truck! and Tractors a.. \vll [::1 New of Florida in Short Paragraphs 1:," 2, I '..

Cars ft ,ker mi-:. ,. t i ,:
With The as armer88all..ll.al'l1: .
Bradford ,
I. ,-- _0__ _. .*'I'M HI qt '
Uy .nkm.n I irao.i m His "- .rm : I .
"I have received Near Sanders -.-H.jrseVas Still News I i j .
many inquires II Live State ; .
County Farmers asking if the Ford Weekly Purchase Hitched to Plow \\ ht'n Body MaiDiwcotervd L h # ::1l(

Plan Included only passenger cars," When Friend Went To ca .na.aw... .r.n.w..u."c..w..n.w..w..v.w+.r.wlww.. !
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1.i ...._--.---_,. ......_...-.....J{ J.said W.today.Andrews, Jr., local Ford dealer Call on Him.Macclenny .- ,..11 I Told by Our Exchanges. t t.?..'., 3> t ,["

"In reply to these I wish to say I 1.-John Nettles, gUmIDQlIDitt! lIml! ID10IDtQID@i11 ll""mnun"D..m"'lIKIIaImIIImmQl ;.. *,rI )

=-- 'J that the Ford Motor Company has 49, a farmer living near Sanderson, '' "
W. J.
; AND PASTURE er who is going to build almost 130,000.
a nlt\.K, opportunities than in almost any arranged it so that the plan includes i was found dead in his held late Wed toll road tis
a on east has
coast just
purchase Ford Trucks his plow witha
i floated
two and half million bond.
) : PROGRAM BEST FARMS mild. Bees can be wintered here out and Fordson Tractors. I doen buckshot in his left side :some issue on a the road. a All honor to Rev R. Leo, pastor ottha )' n'
doors in single-walled hives with of them piercing his heart. First Baptist ('hurclat Plant
"Many a business man operating a tae
In summer the! thoughtful farmer splendid results. The City. Ho tendered, his resignation I 4
orange blossoms small establishment has the Nettles had Just finished plowing. a Florida I ;
seen shipped a carload:, of citrus:
, plans for hay and Bummer pas ( which when of his deacons
in some upbraided
makes appear your groves need of a truck for speeding up his row of corn and no doubt, was in the fruit\ every ten minutes during, the
>crops. Florida is naturallyadapted ahead of almost other flower of him for speaking his mind regarding
tore any area hauling and delivery services and tomlll.'t act turning his horse when the fatal past season. From the
to the growing; of a numbers wonderful stimulant for brood-rear. shots present crop tho lease and the last in conn'dioltwith l '
red it
modern requirements but has were stated by prospects Florida will soon be ship.
s valuable crops suitable for these ing and for storing a honey.surplus. the officers that two charges of buckshot Florida convict. lIe Raid he ),
refrained from making the purchase ping a carload a minute. I
" purposes.p "Given a reasonably good location because of the outlay to betaken were fired. Evidence of someone would go to servo a people who did

.. enrich the soil and to furnish in the orange section with modern necessary crushing the weedsn\ thicketabout I not approve of slavery and such brutal l-
from his business at the start. a It U estimated that 1,000 acres of
lead high in protein, beggarweed and beehives, and colonies) of Italian bees "He may purchase a Truck on the fifty steps from the fence led sugar cane will be planted in the Everglades punishment Rev. Le! wall pastor -
are unsurpassed for plantnst of proper strength and of one of the largest churches in
the officers
owpeas number the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan by setting to believe that the warty in Palm Beach county this l

: at this season, says Professor W. orange grower as a beekeeper stand aside each week a small amount or parties who fired the shot hud. 'tit- summer. The Florida Sugar & Food :Memphis, Tenn., before accepting the

E Stokes, of the Florida Experiment upon a higher and safer footing than toward the Truck. W den in the clump of weeds. Products Co. is planting a heavy crop cull. to Plant City. j s

Station; he could under almost any other cir- Mr. Nettles was seen in Sanderson at Lake Worth.Hillsborough .r e ,h
"Within short time he will have
beggarweed seed 10 to 12 cumstances. a On the ground that ,
Sow about 4 o'clock in the afternoon I tul! an Intracoas-

pounds to the acre, if hulled, or 15 toW "Of course his results will depend the Truck and with the service it.I it is stated that he left for his hometo -- when the till waterway! across! (Florida would I t
will render he will be better able to county, Ilfl'S.ent
\pounds to the acre, if unhulled.One upon his management. If he studies build : finish up some plowing The irst road building program'is' completed not offer sufficient advantage to> t '" )
cuttings of hay in his bees and learns their up and expand his business, commerce to attract/ considerable ;,
''Ir more equal\ habits and with news of the killing was wh"n a will have 477 miles of paved high/ any "

eliding value to the best alfalfa, maybe traits, they will compensate him for profits increasing accordingly. I friend went to his house' to see him waThit! will place it in first placein portion of the present or Immediately 1

had from this crop, if cut when his time and efforts most generously. "And the same thing applies to the went to the field, where the body; this particular all the prospective trurtlc between the Gulf 1A } i
farmer who is desirous of motor among '
about half through blooming. Where Then, at the same time, they will afford I was discovered at the end of the coon ties of the South. of Mexico and the Atlantic: Ocean and

not desired for hay, this crop makes him abundant opportunity to transportation for his products to the row, the horse feeding nearby and! that the anticipated' benefit to local y q;
and who wishes to his farmon
jxrollent summer grazing.: I gain a first hand knowledge of one of put still hitched to the plow. commerce are not rennonably commensurate a
a better paying basis by the rite! The bee Industry! in Taylor countyis .
the with t
Cowpcas or cowpeas and sorghum most Interesting revelations nature Sheriff Joe Jones, Jr., of Miiccl- the large initial expenditure 3' ,
I has to disclose of the Fordson Tractor. growing pretty rapidly and throughout and annual cost of maintenance
are unexcelled for summer pasture to mankind." ny was notified early juursday morn-
Mr. Stirling advises "Under the Ford Weekly Purchase the county many of the farmersare the committee on commerce of ,E
crops for Florida. Sowing the peas in the prospective ing of the killing and went'to San- .
bee keeper to Plan he can attain both these desires putting in several colonies, some the board of engineer for. river and
rows as close as can be conveniently write to the state derson, where a coroner's jury wasempaneled. q
plant board Gainesville within a surprisingly short period of of them expecting later to engage, in harbors has made an unfavorable report e
worked, or broadcasting alone or in or the United After viewing the body.
combination with sorghum are satis States department of agriculture, time and in so doing place his farm on they brought in a verdict to the effect the business on a pretentious scale. on the project. t

factory methods of planting.The Washington, and ask for bulletins in ; an efficient operating system which that Nettles had come to his tit ,

amount of seed varies with the regard to this industry. I will not only'enable him to produce death from gun shot wounds at the A bolt of lightning at Fair Villa, The work on the Ockluwaha canal t 4 ,

individual farmer and the method us II I his crops more economically, but hands of unknown parties. near 'Orlando, killed William\ Clark, project is going ahead steadily Three '

ed. Two or three pecks of seed to EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS (OF( which will permit him to deliver themto John Nettles was originally from who was milking a cow under a barn big .crimes and n number of truck

COUNTY AGENTS the markets more quick'ly and at Bradford shed. Every cow feeding from iu manned by half hundred, at i
the acre, when planted in rows, Is sat- county and huu oven living a men
isfactory. When broadcasting and in less cost :I Hear Sanderson for about twenty stall was knocked to. the ground( and Moss Bluff, and the prediction is that Y

combination with sorghum, four to Pasco-Farmers club of Pasadena "The Ford Weekly Purchase Plan : was well kuuwa over Baker the animal at the end of the row walt the work will be finished in 10 months

six pecks of peas and from 25 to 40( held its regular monthly meeting on takes in all Ford products, Cars, ; county and leaves a wife and several -' killed. For a number of yearn tha proposi

pounds of sorghum is ample. i' Saturday for a discussion of cooperating Thucks and Tractors and makes the I children. The funeral took place' tion of improving thin river so that 1

Either Brabham or Iron cowpeas marketing State MarketingCommissioner way for the ownership of any of I from the home and the interment was I Removing a safe from a store in large bout might! pas from the St.

with Amber sorghum will give good Rhodes being the these necessities easier than ever be. II in the Sanderson cemetery. I IHlGIILAD the negro suction Plant City thieves John river to thu lakes of Lake county '

results. These varieties of npeaker.Walton. fore:' transported it to swamp two miles hiss been agitated., and several I
are more or less disease resistant. I : distant, broke it open and took a sum times the mutter halt been Investigated t h4,

Our farmers estimated at $II\UO.\ ) Two men, one but nothing WIts dune until last +'
Amber sorghum is fine-stemmed andis are ready to THE WORLD'S COTTON SITUATION "

ready to cut about the same timeas fight boll weevils which are here in Highland, Juno 1.-Mrs. II. C. white, have been arrested pendinga summer when an appropriation wax i e r

the peas. Where riot desired for full force, but summoned to appear Wlmberly and Miss Ethel Ricks spentWednt.sday further investigation. made by the government for building

Kay, these crops make excellent sum.flier before square removers and the lead The 'world is discussing cotton to a in Jacksonville.J. the lock and ilinn at Mos 15luff, In
arsenate the of June Aiding the efforts of the pure food I Marlon county. The undertaking' la t' J Jexpected
pasture.For gun on morning greater extent than ever before in R. Tidwell left Wednesday for
5th. inspectors of Orlando, the dairymenof to have result/ rr
soiling, that is cutting and I history, for the world is realizing thatit Tampa where he will be assigned another that city will install all sterilizingand good j M1 1

feeding green, or for silage, there is is facing an acute situation which office' "somewhere" on the "w t dr
Manatee--Several citrus and truck Seaboard Railroad this office sanitary equipments in their dairies In I 1850; Jacksonville, hud a 1,010
having v
that be has
probably no crop can plantedat might endanger, as it never before and will have the
this season that will do better than meetings with farmers were held this been endangered, the supply of closed the second trick for this sea population and. Penxucolu 2,101. Tam-
week the very best sanitary conditions in and in the of 1870(
leading subjects being ) census
sorghum. Although it is best to have this staple so essential to clviliza 1
son.J. around their dairies all the time. with 7'Jit! Miami in 1000) ) with q :
sorghum up and past its slow growing bright fruit and the future of trucking T. Marr visited. relatives in people,

!! stage before summer rains set in, in Manatee county. lion.The boll weevil has threatened the. Stnrko Thursday.J An averll'lle of obit three carloads 1,081 and St. Petersburg in the name

L. Johnson made) business year with 272. Leon, was Florlda'xmost .
it may be planted as late as June. cotton crop. Manufacturers bankers, tripto of melons have been leavlngWauchula t
St. Johns-Delivered 30 purebred populous county with 11,412 tW',
Jacksonville .
Seed drilled in four-foot rowsfi cultivated producers and consumers, alike, are Thursday.
calves to 15 members of county Jersey Miss Joyce Terry of Lawtey daily the past week and thedemand people. The state had, 2rt counties
as you would corn and cut as studying the possibilities of the destructive was a
calf club; all in good condition. is not alt brisk as the growers with a total, of 87,415 population.
guest of Mrs. Winifred Wimberly
the of boll weevil with
seedheads reach maturity, givesan power Prices
desire. the
Calves were cared for and kept under Thursday and Friday.. pant week Many[ important cities at that_ time
excellent soiling makes a an Intensity never before given to
crop or ranged from $toO down to $250( and
observation for 36 days after arrival were not existence, and. the majority
J. L. ,Strickland
silage about equal pound for poundto this industry, and probably never given was transacting
there offers thelatter
yesterday was no at
from Ohio where they were pur- business in Lawtey Thursday.. of the people of the United State
corn silage for either milk beef to any other industry.
or ihused. Members much pleased and C. M. Click and Geo. Robinson of figure. The season i lit !getting hud not been burn. James K. Poll i r vt'was
production.For European governments manufacturers -
banks ready to finance another car Jacksonville were business visitors late for melons from this section. president, and Thomas Brown, a
maximum the large later are discussing the possibilities
load when 'enough applications have here Friday.Ben Whig, wa governor of Florida, in t
maturing varieties, such as Red been received. of growing cotton in other countries Six hundred. cases of liquor, principally 1850. Yea'
,/ to offset the of less Williams was transacting business t
Top or Samac, Orange and Japanese possibility -French whiskies valued at approximately -

Honey, will be found satisfactory. ened production in the South. !Many in Jacksonville Friday $150,000 were seized I by ,1 i
Madison-Visited a farm that used EnglisR, financial authoritites are Miss Ethel Ricks, Mrs. II. C. Wim- Struck by lightning while fishing
deputy sheriffs who found the
FLORIDA'S POSSIBILITIESAS 'weevil nip" for weevil control. Two claiming that Great Britain cannot berly, G. H. Barker and II. C. Wim- liquor on the bridge! over the head of the j't'.J
hidden in home Point
In View
a a residential
days after treatment two dead wee. C
berly Jr. visitors Raiford Indian river, on the Uixio highway
A BEEKEEPING STATE pay its Indebtedness to this country were too .
section of Miami owned but
vile found to six live ones. The ,
were Friday. Just north of Oak (Hill, Georgo Ritchio -
DECLARED UNEQUALEDFlorida's unless! it can get cheap cotton from r
not L. T.
occupied by HiKhleyman.
owner has decided to change to the America. Some writers say that it E. Wilkinson, Robt. Taylor, W. G. walt instantly killed.. Standing be- i
The house had been broken
Florida method on part of his cot will be impossible for England to Crews were visitors to Lawtey Sat apparently Hide him at the railing of the bridge j
climate scores another Into by the men who store.! the
ton. After demonstration Saturday
a urday., was his nephew, Custer Ritchie, wh.tWMII ,
pay high prices for cotton, or high
point this
time the state being pointed I liquor there.
50 or more farmers came to me relating as compared with former years, and 'Miss Thelma Grffia returned Sat. knocked down and stunned by the
to unlimited honey-pro -
as having; to cotton treatment, and 2000 continue to meet its promises to urday from a trip ti DeLand and bolt, but was not seriously hurt. The ,
during possibilities. Because of the pay Polk has .
county already shipped 1,
of calcium arsenate and ten
pounds Daytona. Mr. Griffia secured a position bolt struck Ritchie behind. the rightear
to this Government. Mighty influences
climate and rainfall, flowering plants ordered. 7i!>t,213) boxes of citrus fruit this sea
dust guns were at DeLand and expects to move and burned, a streak down the ,
are at work to freak down the
grow in abundance; and because of son and it Is estimated that there are
price of cotton. his family there in a short time. front of his body, along his right lag '
the climate the bee is able to thrive more than 400,000 boxes yet to be
Hamilton-Two of land plaster
cars In this Isue we are publishing, froman Col.! Peek of Starke was looking oven and tore the shoe off his right foot h
through an unusually long working shipped, bringing the county's citrus
and one of. calcium arsenate delivered -
his timber interests here Tuesday. -
advance of the Book of
proof Blue
season, is the way bee experts have the farm bureau this week. production for thin year to, approximately
by J. L. Johnson spent Tuesday in Leonard 1 IIJ! old Inmate
summed Southern Progress, a condensed his Procter, year
the boxes. The
matter 2,200,000 figure
up. I We are shipping cantaloupes in car Jacksonville with his f rnily.Mr. Farm for
Florida colony
Tn speaking of the possibilities of tory of how Europe as-for 100 yearsis given relate only to fruit handled by of the
lots. carrying on exactly the same kind and Mrs. Nathan Starling returned Feeble Mind" and Epileptic, at
running a small apiary as a side line the Florida Citrus Exchange and dues, i
of a campaign to grow cotton elsewhere Sunday from Macclenny where Gainesville died at 7:00: Sunday
in the citrus grove, Frank Stirling, of Santa Rosa-In one day. delivered not account for the number of boxes
and to break dawn the price of they have been visiting relatives. morning, the result of wound received ,
the state plant board. of Florida, recently 1850 of calcium arsenate to handled by other IIhlpp<'rs. i
pounds ,
American cotton. The facts whichare Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey, was a when a gun in the hand of a
said to a group of citrus grower weevil control. Have -
: farmers recommended for with lead arsenate given are invaluable to'the business professional visitor here Monday.A. J. T. Harris, of the LaCrosse section N. L. Matthews, night watchman at
spraying K. Williams was a business visitor didchar- ,
world. They show that what the colony wax
harvested 618 barrel of Irish
"Beekeeping in Florida offers great- for leaf case bearer, ,
pecan Europe is now doing in respect to to Jacksonville Monday. ged early Saturday night. An operation s
potatoes off ten acres of land, 101 of
which has been found. in a number of
cotton is exactly what it has been which were number: twos and the rest wa performed late Saturday 4 r

ASPIRIN groves. doing for 100 years and its success Don't fail to attend the Big 10-day ones. All compared t'la.t year, he night but the pistol bullet, which,

Leon-An instructive and inspiringtalk in producing cotton to meet its growing sale. At thus sale) you will be able to said that he used four hundred pound pierced. the walls of hj)" abdomen r

needs and the needs of the worldare buy good at almost your own price. less fertilizer the jiroved fatal to the young lad. '
on dairying by Mr. Mobley was on ten acre tract J:
Say "Bayer" and Insist! heard by 39 of the best dairymen of no more promising now than they We haven't time and spacp: tIt quote and !got forty-eiirht more barrel, of moonshine J '
were 100 years ago notwithstandingall prices. Come and be your own judge.F. The largest still that has
Price from I to '
Monday.HillsboroughHeld potato ran $ $1) a
the county on A. Crowder Ktarke.WOLV10H1N3W! ) ;
Petersburg Wall
_____ \ of the propaganda to the contrary. barrel. ever seen In St.
two citrus club Unfortunately many people in located by federal prohibition agent: r f Nand

vQ America not fully understanding the James Hance, special deputy. The
Lake hall become the
meetings this week, having specialists s county meccafor
situation are eager to join with Europe nallap8 and the still wan of copper, covered with wool i >w 1
to talk to growers about moving picture: companies '
their present oblems. which now seeks to connect the s oo3iJg1oo8 reason i.i obvious. With Its beautiful and had a capacity of 1,000) ) gallon '' j

p ability of Europe to pay Its Indebted lake, its picturesque hill and wonderful It wa. located in some thick wood I +

ness to this country with low prices trees'with the pendant it between Maximo and Pinella point
Dadt-Entire week spent on dairy
campaign. A survey of this industry\ for cotton. The scheme may appealto h Is ideal! for the filming of quaint and on a road that hat been opened along I .% u

some financial Interests but it I Is pa38p the point of land that extend Into ,
here shows: Sixty four dairies, six beautiful play. In the past few
distributing plants, 7,500 acres in cultivation false as have been all the claim that month three companies have been"shooting" the bay. Every necessary attach i '

9E. 3,400 dairy cattle, 280 per Europe could become Independent of In the county and during ment and many barrel) of mash were

employed, and $2,232,000 Invest. American grown cotton. Continued that time some really worth while alxo confiscated and the whole plant y 5

ed.sons efforts of this kind will of necessity comedies and drama have been put wa do stroyed. While the officer ;

widen the breach between Europe and out. believe they know who owned the

Unless' :you am the name "Btynr"" anTuk A TONIC the United States despite movements still they had no proof and were notable

|f" or on tfcblnte 1 you are not gflt- Drove' Tateto. chill Tonic restoreS which seek to develop greater hare Population of Jacksonville and !immediate to make an ono at. This. I I. the ,

ting the genuine Bayer product pawanribed mony. Pronouncedly !is this true sixth tlll that has been destroyed 1
l by phymoi&n; wr t_mty-tw. Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and vicinity has jumped from .y
,.....1'8 and proved eats by million for Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its to Great Britain and! this country, 12H3IO to 129,225 during the. past he re this week by the same officers. .

CoMs' .Headache strengthening Invigorating effect see howit England should heed thia situation year, according to the 1923 city directors

Toothache Lumbago brings color to the cheeks and how very seriouslyWe which made its tappearancelast -

Earache: RliMimatum It Improves the appetite, you will then urge every reader to study carefully week. This shows a gain of Dally Thought at, .

Neuralgia Pain, Pun appreciate its true tonic value. the fact and figure in this Issue I 2,335 people since 1922. There area A stogie tratnftil thought terms/ i

Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"only. .. Grove's; Tasteless chill Tonic la simply about cotton.-Manufacturer* Rea total of 51,690 individual names) In heavenward) I* the moat perfect pro7,,,
Each unbroken package cont cord. .Z.olnathwerf I .
proper directions. Handy boxes of Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So We Our Own Lenses the new issue, which, by the way, i I.
like it. The blood grind Y
Drwrjnmta pleasant even children ,
twel. tablet coat few cent In the "big league" directory class In :
aIM spa bottle of 24 and 10O.A needs QUININE to Purify it and! IRON to Cold: Case Onp ad taflMoz its this I "Ule"c.c.--> w
NODELAYGainesville make-up. Multiplying: num.ber
pirla 1* Um trade mark of Bayer Enrich it.. Destroy* Malarial germ mat LAXATIVE BROMO QGUfHre: noon thiemu re.ane vselar aelt soars br ,e tie I sad....

Manufacture of MooxMoetuMciilMter, of Crip germ by Its Strengthening. Invtfjot* *. Th- I* only see "2C. ".". QIMIe& by two to cover women and children : ril:1a1Ail: tIte btuod.I Yuu.:au ems resd ma t4enW.M

Srdicyhoadd.I sung Efface oOc :.W GR3VT:S tifuHur' aa but.. 401. Florida not listed gives the new mark I ..nlao9rtexsdas U ICL Fri..w ... ..



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Angels," and in the evening, "How Elmer Adkins spent )part of this Ii

Bradford County_ !TelegraphPublished (Letter From TallahasseeTallahassee :Much is That Man Worth ?" week: at home with his parents, :Mr.\ r

No services in the other churchesand and :Mrs\ H. S. Adkins. / *
all denominations invited to at- Miss Onic Scarborough has returned
1 weekly and entered as tend. from Tallahassee where she attended

second class matter, at the post Fla., Junel.-Piccadilly when his grade crossing bill hud bv en college. .

i I I circus, a revival meeting a vaudeville I trod upon as "corporation lobbyists" Prof. S. D. Padgett. has returner]]I e/
r office at Starke, Florida. LAKE ni'TLEK I'
performance all in one might describe using reprehensible methods, stood from DeFuniak Springs: where he
1 : with some aptness the scenesin about in somber silence and moody taught successfully for the past: two'
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner Memorial[ day
the house the last of the "Horrible work for Lake Butler June s
day leg appearance to a terms. I i
i 'I Lake Butler at the< s'' m
"I } I islature. .. legitimate business corporation one was celebrated in Mr. and Mm. John L. Smith and toll

PUBLISHED EVERY Frnnt ,VYSUBSCRIPTION The house had finished its work under which pays a fifth of the taxes of Methodist church under the auspicesof baby have returned<<: to their home i in

,, ,,'\ __ a joint resolution that the house I the state" said one. "Does person I follows the Woman's Club. Program as Dade City, after a pleasant visit with H
i act on all senate bills and the senate forfeit his American rights because her parents !Mr. and Mrs J. W. \
P. D\!. Pad- \
remarks Mrs.
l = RATE Opening
; I he works for railroad I wonder
1 act on all house bills before any other a Townsend. \

Per Year ______________-______$2.00 business should be taken up. This remarked another.- reserve tho gett. America-Audience. !Misses\ Frankie and Oljra Priest"i. \

left the house with nothing to do as: I right to talk to any man on any sub- Song have returned home from TallahasseeMiss
F. Cramer.
E all the senate bills were disposed of ject if he will listen. If he wor't listen Invocation-Re. W Evelyn I'iper, of Jacksonville,

1 TilE LEGISLATUREIt ;( ; ; Thursday night./ Hundreds of bills then I am too much of a gentleman RendingMemorial: Day-Margare'' is visiting her mother :Mrs. :Mary Piper hi

I died on the calendar, but this in the! to force myself upon him," salt Tow.nsend.\ in East Lake Butler.

E k has become) quite) the custom for usual fate. Speaker Edge called For- he. Song, In Flanders Field-Genevieve Foster Eddy. of Al.uhun >spent last

l newspapers 'to criticize the lawmaking rest Luke to the chair and Lake called "I've never seen anything like the Rivers. Sunday at the home of Mr. and" Mrs.

1"*+ ( I branch!!;?' of. our governmentboth others to the chair, and during the lobbying going on here" said Congressman Song, The Answer-Willie Mae\ O. A. Epperson. s i

I' jstale anti! national. It is the day everybody made a speech and sev- J. H. Smlthwick, who looked Johnson. :Members of the Baptist church gave

exception when we hear a kind word eral made Avernl speeches and at in at the close of the session. "Why Song In Flanders<<: Field We Do Not their pastor Rev. Do.vlf" und iiinnl-

spoken of Congress or of a state leg times there were several speaking at they wouldn't dare do such a thingin Lie-Connie Padgett. an old time Baptist shower the nth r

islature. Flippant crticism is the the same time. David Wark Griffith Washington. In this respect Tallahassee QUIU'tl'tteTentinlC Tonight. evening which was equivalent to a

,, J rule, Florida newspapers have had would have gained thoughts for the Washington: beat forty Reading:, The Blue and the Gray- good heavy<<: rain of sooilic Re\ .

few !if any kind words for the present creation of a new motion picture had ways. I've been approached by few Kstelle: Rosenberg. Doyle is not only beloved by his congregation -

: legislature and yet it has done fairly ho been present. Uncle Steve Acres, persons in regard to legislation since Rending, In :\11'10rlaOl-Perbeth! but by numerous friendsof FOR SALE BYJ.

p1 + well. One leading newspaper says the patriot of Osceoln county seven I've been in Wasington and I make Williams. other denominations here W. ANDREWS J.

it that "A good citizc n of Florida will feet tall, n loose-jointed Goliath attempted 'it a rule'' not ot vote as they want Song Onward' <1 Christian Soldiers Leon Shaw was a business visitorto Sl.rk., Fl*.

h, i I i sigh with relief when the present legislature to put through a fish bill for ma to. The Congressman also had Audience. Luke Butler Tuesday after noon.
I J I call of soldiers buried here-
I adjourns and there I is! no I his county. Waving his arms! like a some pertinent remarks to make Roll Miss Marlon Knight left :SAt urday the guest of his grandpa,
Mrs. A. C. Striukland. I
j : 4lonfer"nriy chance of some fool thing hutch windmill advancing to withina about the of the constitutional
; / passage morning; for L:"'ke City, where she will Sunday!
\i o" to injure the state being done. The few feet of the speakers! stand amendment exempting inhertati Memorial Address-Rev. W. G. visit relatives \\V.
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t and
1Io'le.Song'. i II. wife, J.
: present legitdHturo is a disgrnre to speaking at the top of his voice in an cell and incomes. "Think of that said Seeber Thomas i is visiting relativesand bell .

i the Btnt. If the people! of Florida j attempt to be heard above the din, he, "inviting all the tax dodgers b'' Star Spangled Eajnner-Au- friends in Jacksonville this week. and wife were VI!III
home of :Mr. and :Mrs.\ DIll,
yj \ can not find men who will really represent Uncle StC'wa!'! howled down by var- come to Florida. Thflt'a! what it dience. J. L. Simmons of Lulu was a business -

I J ,d'I the interests! of the people] the ious motions points of order and in- means" The church was beautifully decorated visitor here Sunday. Sunday.

,! ', constitution should] bo amended 'to terventiorml remarks so that he final :\Matthews: .., of Bradford saved with wreaths and bouquets) Mrs. II. K. Roberts and daughter, :Malcolm\ Harrell and fa'

I ,. abolish the tcgjslautre. The two ly'gavp it up and retired to the lobby the amendment for the taxing of which had been arranged for the soldiers !Miss\ bola, left Tuesday, for Tampa, visitors to Gainesville Satin
and after the service the Mrs. P. :Scarborough and -
houses have been i in session for graves ;
several In the afternoon an old negro William intangibles by presenting a substit its where they will spend several week
./ l weeks and little has been done I club president :Mrs. Padgett invited in Brooker Saturday.A .
Primus Green, appeared to thank which was passed during the last hour, with relatives and friends.
except to talk and introduce fool bills the house for passing a p'nsl6n bill in Just! what is meant by intangible>: flower:u to tho cemetery to place the Miss Carrie Belle Brown was the pound party was giv. '

p4wk t and I play politics. Instead-! ; taking his! favor. The aged black was formerly property will have to be defined after on the graves of the beloved guest! of :Miss Est
a firm and decisive stnp l Against the. the body guard of a Confederate ratification. heroes pod to witness the planting of afternoon. I seventeenth birthday of tin, .

convict lease system of a beautiful magnolia,: tree in memoryof ter, :Miss Nellie A largi
aQcjat1! }t use officer, "Surgeon-Major: George Whit- This has'been the busiest session in .
the lush after the exposures that one of the best loved I women that tended and reported a fine .
field as he said. He lives in Jefferson Florida history. If the new hotel htd BRADFORD
came in the investigatToiT of the Ta- county, and I is! nearing his 80th not been ready to receive guests there Lake Butler has ever lust, Mrs Agnes | Misses Geneva Hnrrell Mi 1 1I

"'\ bert case the two howcs hesitated year. He was /given the privileges of would have been no place for them. Wilson King, who was a charter member Bradford June 8.-:Mr. and :Mrs i born and. Guy Harrell wen, Ii i ii

'' and talked and Ieft"the-"impres8ion: in floor. and. made a speech of thanks The Leon was crowded from beginning of the Woman's, Club. Officers of W. :\I.\ Andreu, of Jacksonville, were'i Saturday
the club assisted in the tree
j the country as a whole that nothing concluding by reciting "Oh, Why' / to close, amt the Cherokee has planting quests of the 'former's parents Mr.

had. been done Senators publicly approved Should th Spirit of :Mortal\ be Proud; been filled except for the first week! after, whi ,;h the president said: and :Mrs.\ C. M. Andreu last week. I NEW RIVER

rt ly the whipping& of convicts! and At the time Young of St. Lucie was J. II. REESE. "We plant this tree in loving memory Livingston Russ Willie Forsyth of
declared that the l la.h must be retail of :Mrs. Agnes King and, ns! It
p l' |t I presiding und assisting him was Taylor Brooker, were in our community on I New River, June 8.-:Mh
ed und then wasted lime on a propos of thp latter former L.\WTEY grows and, blossoms may it gladden
l Highlands! n Sunday I
Crews of Long Bridge
I' wn
the and hearts of all who it,
ition to stop whipping for two I. eyes see
yearsto Bnptiftt minister[ Fred. Mocker of Harley[ Andreu was in Brooker Sat- here Saturday
try if out. How absurd. Either It Marion passed through the chamber Lawtey, June 8.- IT. ''anti :Mrs J.C. as her kind thoughtfulness and sympathetic urday. I

is right or wrong; and to even consider which was crowded with hat in hand ) Cone of Brooker were' visitors to I understanding biMitened Misses: :Martell and Lucile Harrell ; H. C. Hutcherson! of Stow ,
II the lives of all who came in contact visitor here :Monday.
a compromise was! humiliatingto hiking collection for the old fellow, asl! | Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. '! were quests of :Misses\ Geneva Har
with her and its shade rest all : G. C. Porter motored t" I
the people of Florida. his pension bill had not been passed'! : and Mrs G.. W. Moseley and may) rell and :Marie Raborn: Sunday.A. :

in ; This newspaper goes also into criticism by the senate. Following the recitation children moved to Jacksonville the who come near, as she souirht to ease A. Hazen and<1 wife motored to ler Saturday.
the burden of mini, woman amt Rufus Alvarez of Heill
S ) of the legislature for passing! the ex-Rev.<<: :Mr. Taylor "raised".) first of the week. every Worthington last week.Mr I
child she met in life's pathway and i a visitor here Monday.
I certain laws because In the judgment u Hymn, one of the old familiar series Miss Rachel Boyer! of Jacksonville !\ and :Mrs.\ Willis, of Jacksonville -

4 of thnt paper they will hurt the tourist "How Firm a Foundation" and all) theaudience was a week end visitor at the homeof as it grows in beauty the memory will have moved, back here. :Mrs.\ : Miss Alphie and Ina HoMessrs. .-

business. The paper is published 1 joined In, the former slave her pnrcnts. always live green in 'our hearts of Willis will be remembered as :Miss\ : Crystal Wiggins\'
in a town largely dependent, tourists % of' one who helped us nil, Agnes Wilson : fen motored to Lake But!' i
on standing in "i-ont the speaker's Col. and. :Mrs\ A. Z. Adkins mail Ruth 1Vnr d.

''And-yet, if the good editor of stand\ with heed bowed. It was more 'children of Stnike, Col.. and Mrs. J.C. Kin!:'," J. l', 1'Vnchon of Jacksonville\ was afternoon

the paper hud l been n member of tho than impressive After the Hinging/ Adkins and Children and Mrs. Annie J: S. Howard, of Dukes has purchased in community\ last week. I Miss Onie Rivers, of Still

a,4 ]legislature! with the popular. cry of Rep. Taylor gave a talk in truo pulpit Brown Barrett and daughter of the property of R. J. thousand Andrews N. G. Hayes was in Worthington Itlng in this section.

I the public press! for progress and, Improvement style on the relations that existed Gainesville, spent Sunday hero at the consisting of nearly three Wednesday, I II. T. Pnrnell! und Rain '
of land. :Mr.\ Howard has madea
ringing his ears and had between master and slave before the home of Mrs.\ :M! E. Edwards. acres :Mrs.\ S. C. Andreu and daughter of Long Crunch, motored h.

1' beelt' confronted<1 with thc tlifHculty of Civil war and then pTf'spnted11- Nelson Kirk of Brookseville, was great success this year in raising; JuHijitn left Tuesday for Jacksonville) afternoon.G. .

a' lt, roiling tho necessary! money for tho liam Primus Green with the collection Visitor at the home of Mr. and :Mrs vegetables: eight cars of beans being where she will visit relatives. C. Porter Luwreno
shipped from his place in one week I
i carrying out of these things he would which represented a considerable M. Ulnnchard last week. Mr. and 'Mrs. M. L. Harrell were Mint Rosa Johns, Jewel Win'
has the
lately Union best
'y probablyhave voted for the very amount, much more than he would Rev. ]K. I). Buyer was a visitor to county guests of :Mr. and Mrs \V. |H. Harrell Thorp und little daughter, II
kind of soil adapted to truck raising
measures ho condemns.The have received, in many months hud his Baldwin Friday of Pine Hill, Tuesday. Cored to Clayno] Sunday.
d and it is predicted, by some to be the
,, Gainesville Sun has done! its pension bill gone through. The bill L. It. Hill was transacting. businessin W. J. Ward was in Worthington M..1. Snpp of Lake But,

9 : share in criticizing the legislature wn a general one granting! a pension Starke JIIondllY.Ir. truck center<<: of tho future.F. Monday. visitor here :Monday\
M. Rivers and Jesse'! Johnson
3 for throwing away half Its time In pf.; $5 a month to every wagon driver : and Jlrs. C. F' Barber of :Mae- :Mrs. Blanche Scarborough\ and sister .
.r.. dealing with the whipping bOil when cook and body, servant who had served clenny spent" a few days last week at Jr., left Wednesday' for Fort :\Wi'eyRlv.r loa.ll1.hltvlng were shopping/ Worthin ton'one Eye: Opener Sale start Fricli
received word that :Mrs
J it should have acted! inside a week during the war. Green is representative the home of :Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Bar day last week. tit i th. Wonderful values. Thou

1t ,' .1 The pw.pl\.j of tho state, the press of of a class now almost extinct her had died that morning./ Frank Misses, Mamie Unborn and, Geiienlarrcll dollars worth of merchnmliw
Rivers! is the father of Wiley Rjyersand :
the State. spoke promptly in protent He is of the more refined typo, :Miss Louise !luftl'h'lrd.ofIaccen: ) were guests of Mrs O. W. sold under the market price
.. Mr.I Johnson is the brother of
against this I brutal practice. Vpxpopull oval retired' up by whit<,S und' 'ups remained ny spent Munduy: hero at the homo of Barry; Wednesday afternoon. miss the plac Look for (flu. '.
Mrs.I Rivers
vox tlcl. It was God's merciful truo to his rearing. His! presence her parents Her friend :Miss Agnes Dr. W. II. Lee Uobt. F.,' nnd Chas. Frank Han-fll: of :New Rm-r, WHS\ I'. V. ('...."der. :Mark, Fid
will that this brutality should l at tho Stilt house created! much Rials accompanied her

c&ice4UwM? wt4* wUl of..tb./ol pi'pplcT' Interest and he was sought: for Information Mr. and !Irs. Graham Boyd and F. 1 Rivers have returned frr m Lake \I ...
'I r1 Geneva where they a few days
,, r' AV* grew impatient with the 1 legislature <<: concerning himelfIn"! his daughter! of Starko spent Sunday in

ti u i for Its delay about that. We are former master who was killed. at the Lntey with relatives. fishing, bringing back u lot of fine : 1

b not willing however to j join, in a gen- battle l of Seven Pines. W. F.. Torode was transacting business I- trout some weighing over tt pounds. 'I "Cupboard Bank" Is
t t Many: people are (setting interested Found by Thieff -..
tl'al cry in censure of the legislature/ At the opposite end of the corridori in Macclenny Thursday.

: I +! of 1923. [ft, has provi. i itself a very i i nthe serrate President. Turnbull '" C. B. Gore und grunllnuqlherlisII: 1 in truck growing in this county. I Takes $960.00 *

1 t (good one. With the Impossible task it burp!/, sinln.bills/ ns they were delivered Lizzie Home arc spending this week Returns! this 'season have been very I
"I I had! before.It-; reducing taxes aid to him from tho engrossing! with rela1* es in Jacksonville. satisfactory I
i Joe Jones, Jr., has been appointed
i at the sump' time howimr a lihi>rul und enrolling rooms.' Members stoo l Bias; 1 Rachel) Buyer of Jacksonville

yt : I I spirit ip HTeaajPK the wheels of pro- about in groups or sat single smoking spent the week end here with her pare agent; for the Southeastern ExpressCo. I II

( 1 it !has done well ., at New River.Miss I
I'' grass, as as reasonably ov eating: peanuts. A young lady re- ons.
Elsie B. Gillesplo spent Wednesday I
I could have been expected Un- marked "This pl,ice looks like n Robert Blanchard was!! a visitor to .
l fortunately" much of the press criticism country church after a Sunday< school. Jacksonville Sunday. night with Miss Ode Scar! i I
"If you ,'v ,'hr' ,, ,
borough. Miss Glllcspie was on her t.ru; ?f it'hHul\>he"I
is caused by n spirit of section picnic on n rainy day." Some one Miss Vorlle Sapp spent a few days; d"o" to Pep'' far Sll'Rh "r"'r-' Iw.n woman
alism. We ruKi'tt; i see it Hutftanlcly "You said! it." white way home from Tallahassee: where 0' aNFmrt *'"-i-' She .bet| .0,rd 1 ?,? S"tD.-
I. .1)( standing by replied lime! last week 'with friends en- 00 In a till sup In her .Utll".I'Il and W.d.

+ -we expected 1t.GalnelViUeS Confiision.", was palpitant everyone route to her home in Starke. She had she was She a graduate has been of tho elected college one this of tbe n.d.y....'.mnrnihn.It"... it ',... gene. she r"rltd, to

? II.. running about busy at doing been spending few weeks with relatives year. ,
a .
t very the teachers of the Leon high school. l her h.Pfl msii mm ""mon tiers! nothing Lobbyists who had, rciijain- In St. George Ga. 'as-" hy hU.ban
EUROPE'S EXPECTATIONS': ed until the last day in the vain hope J. .McLeod was transacting business for the coming yepr. :Miss! Gillesple unnt reeeh. ... $$1o0400.he was hto have
has many: frit-n.ii. hero who are ;;lni I joined.. him she satd.
'that their pet measures\ would > }' L According to Alva Johnston! in /given action !paced restlessly and, School Superintendent H. n. Wig to learn of her success.urWlJi.acuurn.J(1aIgjJLlaw. theuathch mould la.decerehinyaway,. anl In

y c'' > the New York Herald, Europe is looking down the corridor, glancing! nervously (tina, of Starke was a business vise-; i ; ff ii o II till' sup In. tier au bv board.Chief.v.rool.-Atlan.> .

'. 1 to America for Itaanclul magicof now ut tlv hoes und then at the tor jn town Tuesday. I 'i I tfVAffJu& .

some kind or othur. It is expcctimjr the W. Barber and chil- 'I'Ir. H..w often wi. do reed of t inrh or-
senate with growing conviction and Mrs..1.: I'j .' .n..n.'. 110.. much brltr Jilt ..
GeneralInsurance "" lion
that ultimately America with its that their work hud come lo naught. dren.. spent Sunday; with relatives in'' j l m.h..n...'f U. .hl'.*.d'."m"n iron 'tohu.hnndnined.om." l ..

wonderful resources and constructive Some:; who had been designated by :Match\ .nny. s 't beak!. when !It w"ud| h.>. bean 'ib
l Ability will take hold of the contiii-, Senator Calkins the day previously Miss( Elizabeth Andrew, of Starke :; ; .al.It I. .ulI..I.

..' ental monetary chaos und bring", forth was the guest last" week of1,... w.l I :j jH. air you never know to keen when mat."'".m.m,7 one '10 hldiltn.Ru1nR, '

it order to the advantage!\ of Its nations. tion. Germany owns over eleven billions :Mirer.\ i I AND i if tn around And on h.! seer It I.penon.The*lo dungeroui. old. .tg....emrrit-Hindi

.So expecting Europe in no. doing of American<<: securities( and has last '"; en" "lour Honey "' Your L""
1 J. T. :Moore spent several clnys i ,*... are no
'very much to find u way out of its tremendous. investments In those of week in Altchun county on business i i f I : l>,n...lt your mine, with .. and p., it out

', f present dirtlouties. other nations all deposited in the :Mrs. P. L. Dinkins un |I. the
/l banks of countries.So ...Vi! ur15
foreign h.
t While it Is true that France and Jacksonville are ,upending u few days I| ; I ,, L' In Ih. world.On the ether hand
)"j i II ye d. not n..d
1 far is concerned' tour money fur 'immediate
Austria are slowly and gradually rehabilitating as' here with relatives. I 11: "I.m.nta "r will,, b. sled ,,> pay roe In.
their monetary systems there Is no financial magic: that will ,I ter..t on II : thu. It will b. nrnlne .om.
i Wilmn Blanchard is visiting
: : thin): for ".u.e .
ti I f pit lixtso} jrue that Ru.sia> foolishly> and semi the mark upward. It must reap relatives in Jacksonville' this week. :) & BURNS"Not I'
I nhut It has sowed. In the end, It must PEEK
r I !: G'rhll\l1.y".d 'H ..rllh'J ro continuing ( I -,Moseley: spent Sunday with j "
to debase their currencies. Russia is not only pay indemnities but also penalties i "
i 1 \ friends" In Jacksonville. j
I for its' deliberate financial sui- I "
evade :Mike .Futch Is in Alachua county I'' too big for small business. '
ciiK This is justice nnd neither will
payment war transacting business this week. | j nor too small for bin business" '
i ; niit might possibly be excluded from I Amoricu nor any other nation Inter
; :Miss\ :'oIabel l Edwards is spending: I I i '

I consideration but Germany cannot be I fore with justice. -Ex.I her vacation with her mother, :\J".I| :I lour Business in Cordially So .
because of its in world. industry I
position -
:M. E. Sdwards.
No Worms In a nealthy Child i I licited. I ;
and its Importance ns a l'"m.1 Louis Black is pending a few days. I BRADFORD COUNTY BANK
AM children troubled with Worm hive SD uu- i
mercial I nation. Ge has wealth
rmnny I h.alhyoolc>.. which IDdk-.letll/CIO' bluul and no in Jacksonville this week. I Office with C. L. Peek & Son I
r t enough eventually to meet all obligations rule Ilirre U more nt I ees stomach dUlurlaoce. :Miss\ Lena :MtLeod\ of :\Ielrotlp. I I N. T. R1TCH, W. T.
but for the most part-Jits; OSOVES! TASTELESS:: CHILL TONIC ylv.! -a rriiiil I WEEKS. J. 11. RITCH.
few days here last week with i ;
spent a PrMident.
l'uly for two or Ihn weeks wlV nrlvh t\ b. wL I Vice President Cashier.
c tangible wealth outside! of establishments iir.prnv tie dtaestloa sad act..all"n"'IISIl'[ .tr h- relatives. ''I Telephone 83
buildings and residences is invested eningTnnMtoth.whol.system." "Nam..wi'' "I'. Dr. IVrtCSIri"subject f''+ .,."t -S m _._, I
'IIn'''' olfn dl..t th.wwmsandtnaCdru
where it I is! safe from taxa-, Jaolf-.lb..Ib. Pkuaec....".'.IG" n-. 11- day morning will be "Joy Among the -

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Little Miss Frances :Norton: who TO) GET: :20! I AYS 1.1I4"lEH; for rent. $15 per week '.

has beeniyitintf Mrs: J. R. Davis,,, I I i ash with application. Peek & l' I'i \, l

I returned. :Saturday to her home in Continued From Paso \ I fENT-A-WOR Hums, Starke, Fla. 5-U-tf "

(QJ, Bits of JAea1I11h)1'Illdt11)11 iQ) Jacksonville.Miss a diligent! search for witness :lId 1..11-1 "eal >, '''' ,.

aid. It was claimed he was a material 1 nit!( :SALK: -In Stllrk.., :; room house ; '' v, ,

i : : Etta Tison and little Martha I witness, the defense conteiuluiK i'' COLUMN I .uty" lots, 2 chicken houses, Ihru.idir ,,4I'd', ';';jt.jI

Powell will lease today. for a visit" wa, expected\ to show through!: hm I house (Ott system) :2! l'eal'l"I 1 ',,; a per

with relative, in Savannah, Ga., Har- that Tnhert told him, according.. the. -.- -- I orgy, :2 ,Chinese! sand pears, ::1 liirs ,. "? r

: 1 Concerning Our People, Business and doevillc and Tarboro, S. C.Mr. uflti'.avit'! \ that "he was reKponniblt' fin. Fell|{ :SAI.1'; : Pius, I thrumonths. nd! -J! irrupt vines, 1 pineapple oranico: j:t. I

I @ {'Progress in the County and Town. fii.; ., his -lekiu'ss, it being his fault because mixed IHiroc and 1I.II1I"lIi,1| I and 1 shiule, trees. See tr. M. linnnn, M. W,

I and Mrs T. C. Morris and chitdren of being: out in tho rain and ex> condition, cheap) l'. Letai-h, KouteA I _Starke. lt-l-2t; \: t \ f

have returned from n motor; tripto posing himself \n the cokk" The state' Starko. tt* "
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I Tampa, Lakeland and other. South objected, declaring a dyinn rtat'nwl1t Y

C. 11. Johns spent Saturday i in Cocou. I Florida points. would not be admissible CKATKS Wo luuifor\ sail],,- \1111'1 r : t,
Kl.iridu Sanitarium and IfoRtntal. tw' Y ri
ntflle. for cucumbers
corn miunshfws -
tllf-: Orlando Fla. Medical surgical, maternity 1 ,ill! ',il
| W. M. Wumwritfht pent wail l lj Mrs I. :M. Rose of Jacksonville, Hen Swam River, etc at :20 cuts iiich.Strnnuly ,
.\ CK M. Inman spent Tuesday i i.iiville. in j IX. D. Wuinwright.Mrs. is visiting: her daughter, Mrs. J.Y.. An interesting reader who'llves clow made Smlluro\c'M; unitefnctur. capacity IOU 'putttents. Kquipnitnt ,,

., ', depot StarKt. ." -2.: ;;itK1NT.SLKY I modern, rest diet, physiologicaltlieinpetitii'n. ii fi },
near >
( Kossenu who has al river, Hiiys that last sumnier \ \
apartments to a large
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: C. II. :*fpp and children have the home of Mr.\ and Mrs. E. U. Neff, greatly! to his nmaiteiiient lio say 1 "1-11
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Scott t .11.1 5-:! >
.1 F. A. "spent Friday i in 1.i
nf hN lieiii a white leghorn (10 ,
returned home after a visit with gel- on M. Walnut street.. one i ,
nville.il river. Olll'"t hi. !
of the
nth! in the\ other We
us Lawtey and other places. .. \ ,
family went IKTIK-S but when he go
bargains at the j Shoppe; Eliti .Eye Opener Stile June Sib lusting. nearly to the other elite th,' lieu stnrte- I
Beautiful wash Drogue. all sUei 10 d.i.NH. Wonderful value in Ladic! to fly but foil\ Into the water, smith, then tz' f.i'i;\ '!

M, ,. Eva Powell is visiting relan 2.50 each.Shoppe Elite. to Heady Iny to in Wear.u njpply.Now= F..1..Is your Crowder chance' swum hone the reuiuluilcr. of tli* ,illtatic II \ r: :;:: :::::: : : : ;i ;;:; r llIe i, 1Bg

Cocoa. .. .\.R. .
Mr. and firs L. J. \Vynn and Luther Stni-ke. Fl.i. .r.. ... .\ ......

K.: Canova spent the first of tbe Watterson with Mr., and of Hampton.Mrs. J. T.pent Quigley Monday Saturday librarian Mutt Know him to a Heap."A know. nil tht ; t } it' li-lir ; ,
Ilollis returned
in' .Jacksonville. Knight books In the world I ..u"",!'""***'' .:.'. night from Atlanta, where he has I "y,<. i. and IIUII''ly Hint do not exist! .. \ \ : : -"( '.;'{ hall

"K'\- :Moore made a business trip] ?Ill's.o.r.: Lev'stun has ironu to Way- spent the past term attending; Error' A lail.v Juxt a heil nm for the 'Coun I if...{.: ...!il'..:: : ........ ; ".,:..':.:. 01fJi 1 .\ h I ;P J ,
.. '.sonville Saturday. cross and Valdosta, Go., to visit re University. Ilollis will spend his Vacation of Mfinte Cnrlo.' "LouUvllle\ Courier { f.'' :. Ii' i I I ''I I nIt

latives. here with his parents, Col. antMrs. Journal .... ;.. .: .... .::...' .h'. ...._,:.:...... .,.... .. I b
......- ...... :!!::? :{:!Hi :.:..:.: ,:!:::;; ':;1.:: '.;.:
-on Davis spent the week end :t[ D. E. Knight.( "f .y :'Q, t

'i kxonville,, with friends. Miss bertha Moore, of Jacksonville -'. trr

spent Sunday lit the home of Mrs. Clyde;I Alvarez, who hits! been I &>
How Machine Pulls Flax. #
parents Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore her mother Mrs.: :M. L. Johns,,, n
riv. it Ritch motored to Gaines : visiting Whatinii ant I the prnmiir/ <>f achievement, access, ;
'to visit friend at Klngsley: Lake, has: returned to hot One if tho moxt costly and tedious '; That ''''lk,.. mr icnnl/ determined< as onward I press; is {_ I
:Mr. W. J. Brinson, of Miami, has home in Jacksonville. Mrs. Alvarez of the iirocewHes. In connection with. .T;.::;: What keep ,< inspired K'/ vnv an I tarn, ,
the manufacture of linen Ix the pullIntf \ ,'.\:: And the pitlalh/ ,squandering/ rrligiouily spurn: j :. I'I'II'hut
rhelma Holzendorf silent Sun spent the past two weeks at the home was accompanied home by her mothci of the llnx, which hitherto lituliad !j; MV H.I.VIHJOK.. ( '

in Jacksonville., of :Mr.\ and bare L. V. Moore Mrs.;\ Johns. to lie dune. by bund. New- atUiui'tH :j: lliri>'uii/i thf rfiiv. fl< mviark I ptrtuf, '

are\ now being! iniulu In Europe ::;: AVr/ me tntHnwil until the Ihisgc, that I Jai;

i i''> Sy bit Ritch, of Raiford, is vialfis4Katie :Miss Loca Sweat will leave todajfor Miss ClIl'I'leliIII: left Tuesday for to do thin niecliiiiiU-iilly" and xeveril ',':\:: That, krept my/ mint {pfa< ili my very l"t\l. '
been I't1ltrl'I''nt .;i'i And Mt'.t la my ilulii's it kern, wltalfwma, '?\': I
Bello Green. Gainvsyille where she will enter Illon N. Y., Where she will BPI.nilthe ( tests rocently bine Smote ( .::::.: MY .IAK HOOK. ; '
machlm-M. The
the University summer school. summer with her brother. Before lax-pnlllnit :..; 1"
nest SIICCeMKrill' KI-H1IIH IO tlO one IlllltIM 1I'hlivts, ma eonttnlmtnt, tit health/tit/ clew athings
MI,. and Mrs. Freeman Hepciste going to Mew York she will spend two unw running/ In Irelnnd.. Tills. machine ;:;:::;: That buoys me uft m the '!..lV" work "begins, ; ; i I l
Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. James Shepard and children week in Jacksonville with Mrs.: An- IlUe iithi'rs! lI'hIn Kngliuul, ,;'{i That makes me jeel frrrrum/ ,the IlIr""I/ rare, s
returned home from visit to gie SU-rnberir. iill. And makes life's worries w much easier la bear: r
Sunady a
Fruui-e KiiHHlu timed C'liiui'la' t11 ti(lit. MV "1Jt.IIIOOK..
'I li, end :Mrs DeWitt C. Jones open Ocala. -iilull.v. toimlstH if ii cmnbllko arruuginu'nt e Slrhit
::::: cnuHjrh my spending, ami aponcrrc rwv ,Shrift, 1
Huge piles of cinders had ac'eumu- that '' tho llnx HteniH '' tl
in Jacksonville '
/ grasps :
in'" day And In
;::: moment'' "1.1"/,1? giifi my/ hopes a new Ii/S
Mrs\ Allie Law and daughter,.Miac later north of the depot, but Mopdaya and, t li.\ the I resistance! nf tin .seed c pNiileH .f.::. Thai promurt; /\lEPb\IHi\'Ct\, : as I turn fane alter page, is

s, J. C. Adkins 'and Children of Doris, of New Smyrna, are tho guests dfcam ditcher and crew made short of the' 111".r plucks them, front the iil' :: When )'UUlh'/ "/>rifnl/ Irxuiiii" /<;,/,'( tutu old ago: 11
I work of the cinders, loading them on Rronnil. After being pulled, the IIi\ :::-).' MV H.I.VAT t HOOK. 4
ille, were guests Saturday Mrs. A. E. Wall. : I
A Z. Adkins.' linndolu cars and hauling them awayto Is tin-own unto u binder, imanKiimnlKlinllar : ; :. Follow the logic. of lliii young; mini wish HIM Hunk ,
be used for ballast. to flint eyed" In grain Imi'xisierx. ,.;;,. Hook. Open a SAVINGS:; ; .COUNT at this Hank i '
Eye Opener Sale MiirU, Friday, tt N Ikea 'liiiuiiil and, .shucked, :'::." lo-duy, and have a I tank !Hook, of your own to keep
\ Johns.. of Gainesville, spent the+ June 8th and last. 10 (!.i)8. Look for alxii. |Ube sheaves' i>f /gralnrl'tgsmilnr l you "steadfast" un. you earll.K' .

,mi with his mother, :Mrs. Lour; the big .sign, green I Print I store. F. A. Wilbur A. Scott left Thursday, for Mei'liiiiili.' 11IJ'1.hw. ltl I
DeLaml, where he bus accepted n
ro11dl'r: Sturke, Flu.
I position In the Volusia county Hank.
How phonograph. Improved.Ity fry
-- \ STAltKh
but HANK ( II'
lose ;Mr. Scott
to ,
-I I 'I'. F. Sayles, of :Miami i, clime Children's Day exercises in the Starke regrets" ciihtl-nlllni. tho speed of a .re- : :

.//1. to visit her parents :Mr. dnii Baptist Church on Sunday evening nl congratulates him on hit position in vohniK: |phonograph|> ri'ninl', nn "IUKllxli : t i\\ late lIanl!, of I lli-IpVul! Ser\i 'e.STAKM .
financial institution.Mrs. '
i L. Peek. 8:00.: Everybody welcome. this important linunloiKIMH. 1[ IvreiV.V' into utes oliiitmle -:':.\:. : I ":. 1 I'I.A.( \ +

I ..__ .. nn um! state nt u twelM- huh ti''. ,. Al t 'Ts
I, |t r G. W. Drown, of Luwtey, and rci'iird, ''lilKtend. 1 of; the usual four mill
Mi Robert Tanner and little son, Jounce( Davis and family, of Sub
sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Spionk, of stow' air rlierealnnit! nceiinlliiK to
i ilwin, are visiting her parent! -! ring, aNo Frank Davis, were weekend !
Moore of Law 31hunll'lIIIIIII'Inl': ( When
I Tampa, and Mrs. J. T. : I'opiiliu- r s
"nd :Mrs R. S. Powell. guests of Mr. and Mr*. G. C. i unifurinna 14 .
I tey, motored here Wednesday after- the' n-i-oril Itch' revtilM-M at u a
Sweat noon to attend the U. D. C. meeting iilur "'.......1. us at' present' tliu outer" I
'MI: Sale opens Friday, June 8th Kiiiove of the. reyord" IIKIVOH nerve
at the home of Mrs..A. Z. Adkins.Mr. I .
,xl lasting/ ten dll)'''. 3,000) pair or : Mrs. A. E Wall will iru to Gaines swiftly (chun 'unit other' "1'1'11Ihllt Nnenrer !,It' I,

'lass. on .ale-liB cents pair up F. A. 'ville next week to teach music in the' to the i-outer. ThiiH, nltliuiiirlithf h
> der. Starke, Flu. summer school of tho University of : and :Mrs.' J. ;M. Erownlee! wentto and outer){"ri>ii\r> ,In. nlxiiit four tlnii"' :I )J The 'Easy Way to Own i I
: Florida. children, Milton\ Jr. and l Martha, Its lung UK tlu 'Inner uin" II CUM gnu ( ,' c'a I II y
; a
I Gainesville Thursday and 1 tnln no more iiiHMlc, lunkliiK' [ 'IICICHSIII-N' I {: s. .
and Mrs. D. E. Knight and
t II'! :
home Saturday. While in Gainesville viirlntlim In the' ,reconllni: spend.| | In II r
I'' "I. !returned from Tulluhnsneiit Miss Aileen Alvarez will leave next I 'II'IIlfl:: ><
they were guests/ of Mr. and Mrs. S. the now'' iiiethnil, tliu reciirillni. fcilIH | ,.
," ''inlay.Ivnto. I Tuesday for Gainesville to attend! the T. Dell. inuilw cnnxtiiiit, mill l hy ciinein'iidIntfly | 1 ., (' \/ fd II II
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summer school at he University of ciintri'llliiK the speed| "nf tin r<-tnjd -- : ,/ rx I''
fJ\ : :(L
Struth has roturneitft'T Florida The Southern Bull company have ; Hie linin'K| "'liiii' spun' II nf n vi-r.v, : : '., I:

spending) two. weeks with I dutch grt" :/,llt'r iiiiiuber, or ninunl vlbni .: t
.. put up u m w line of, post through ON :-'rON TItUCK
in Huns IK mliilp .iililn.How .
Tampa. |p1i
006 quickly relieves Constipation,, Stfl rke. This line ii along the westside i '

i Biliounness, Headaches, Colds and La- of the Seaboard tracks and thepresent i S -- l
K: 1.. UltfKB; left Tuesday eve- grippe. 54'Ot.R. line of telephone wires along!/ Reoeptncla Affect Food. 'I Hero 1 is :a chance for you to net: started''
Atlanta where he to nt I'orcelnln lied Mass. food n-i i<|'iiuk.. -><
i goes! toward (! build
to a
Walnut street will be moved) to the : greater up t
: for the urn nllmiiliitlnK, ails i Unix nf .11"|| >IK -. I 1
:1t1h' C, sHleainnn i
business of .tad it only .
location. own
Lake new <,ild, Iron and nlrki-l, : lead rapper 1111,1f your
Buick with headquarters
car f liertnnn:, riser are depre.stve\ butnooil $5 to make the start, > i
Aileen Alvarez has returnei'in City, was here this week looking after : _Eye Opener Sale. Entire flock "fllry IH.. ill'IIITi'lent., Tin entr, :''inv of I I

11 visit In Tullahassk-c business. Hat. HtiiniAcb\ Everywhere Ford One-ton Trucks and'K
Goods, Cloliiini' hoeH Ilic xubvl.iiii iInto the cmiHesxliulliir ,
i siHter, MM.: R. E. It odel. :Millinery =Notions, etc.' begins I''rl.. clnilitfi'i III Ih,' (pals' MI tln'lr Light Delivery Cars are saving more than t

i Wainwrtght. who holds a responsible June 8th; lantintf 10 daYH. Look for !iil| : users. ns soon)
; Horace 'Wilson, of Gaines position' with the Bank of Com the big sign I'.t. Crowder Starke. Ki| (".-tUi'lv. lint the ibmw, : In rue pal* : every year "II
;" HX here this week to sec hi;. merce in Tampa spent lust week end H Krcntt-r nr.dif.l hurl' >1111'1111,,". The as your truck start running it will quickly

-, Mr. and Mrs. F.. L. Wilson. here! with relatives and friends Madame Jennie Mnudine Taylor, llllllllll.lli' / II* I'f the plllie' Is, ...Muteil| take care of the purchase: : price and add I .
I __ with', lii-v .r"1, I bl...,1| pr,-r.nreir1'' well. '
formerly Miss fledges) of Starko, now new profits. ns ,
,nil \IrM. G. C. Sweat ntotoreti'H l Miss! Josephinefirinson hM accepted of Owennboro. Ky., writes. us that she I __ -.............__ .JFiti' t r
< 'vi lie Saturday to visit rel<\. employment in Dr. E. L. Biggs' conducts a successful orchestra! and It will jviJen the area in .which you ran .do 1I 1

office and Miss Louise Fernandez in 1 I business: tnlarj'.e tlic'number of-customers 1.
Is lining/ well Mm.. Taylor -has always : ;
1'01..1. Z. Adkins' law office. been noted for her tnu lcial tal \ I you can rve-Jnd,; keep your delivery< costs ,

H. [J. Neal, of Ropnoko, Va.Kniimlay ., ents and her many friend here rejoice f .! : down to tho lowest point. ', ,. ,r It

I to visit here parent- Children's Day exercises in the ? over her success. :
'tl :Mrs J. C. Wills. .Church'on. Sunday evening at I : rI
Baptist Start now toward rh! <.' ownership of a Ford ,1

Ii ::00. Everybody welcome MiA Jessie Cello Uaulernon, ot' : : Trutk or Light Delivery Car .-- use thee

H-S Malaria, Chills and Fever Lake Butler, :Mr. und Mai. J. B. Dav- I 'e
i" or Bilious Fever It da- F F. Stump, F. L. Turner and E.I U and son, J. B./r., of Lake Stearns, :- --of; .

hr germa. :3-1-201.; I R. Poppell left Monday for a motor and Frank Davis. of Scbrlnff, were : I g; 'M. ie taJPJ'

I trip to LeesburK and other south Florida guests Sunday of :Mr. and ;Jlrs. G. C. I

1 I. .I. Bullen and daughter, Mis towns! The by automobile
:Sweat. party traveled 0 0 terms.
'nt Saturday. in Jacksonl i *- ;, and were anrouta to South !>::::-"e. Under the of this '" i '
Sale tttartu Friday Plan this
Eye Opener Florida. we deposit ,

June 8th lading tU days. Don't rains J Unrolls money In n !loc-il bank at.You .

l Andrews spent las! it. Jltllt received big/ line of young The }V.* c. T. "U. "will meet next interest. Each week you r ,r

In and Friday' in Lawtey with I AlfVs Clothinir.XI2.50 salts and up. Tuesday afternoon at 4:00: at th' Is your investment add a little more -.this also draws

1 :Miner. I F A.: Crowder, Starke, Fl). Methodist church. Mm. '1'. N. Lim ?
; protected I interest. And in a short time the v,
Mr :Motion t
bough, leader Subject, "Flower t y1t
('daughter,, Sarah Kelly has returned truck i h yours to use. Come in and f
I'uba( Andrews and Little Mit Day. Atl/nember alit' friend, ;
if Plymouth, wen? visiting rolm to her home at New 1 fiver, aftera urged: to come and, bring flowers, Is Your Investment let us give you full particulars. .'

Starke last week. visit with her aunt :Mrs. Anna G. fruit, jelly or ik-lacieo for the .nick, ProtectedYou I 11 r"
I' Murrhee.Mrs. and same will be distributed. to the ,

'nbridge Richardson, of Jackson-' afdieted and I sick of the town. know how. much your new 1 I Iu
was a guest Tuesday of Mr. and Anna G. Murrhue hat returned -. home cant you yl fire may d,'- ij I .

\)1Pau.. E- Canova.' I l from a visit with her sons, T. E. The regular meeting cf the 'oman'lI .strny the hoiisn before yell' m.Vi- a J. \v. AHICK\VS, JIL I w

Murihei,;, of New Sinyrna) and Gabe elub will be held next Wednesday in. If that happened yould you. 1 ,\ul hurl/.*d tlrahr II

1 nlltlren, Day exercises In' the Murrhee, of I'lant City. afternoon at .t o'clock. A musical lime the home unit Its mnr.fy Miloe. ,- : I.N'OLNFCHm! ( FOUIISONyl
\ fit, <.? It in wise tn protert ,
't' evening eod
'""cist Church on Sunday I program will rendered, profe- STAUKK:, fLOItlDA( I
W. E. Middleton arid daughters Investment from the very
/ Everybody welcome Mrs. ram in charge of mimic committee your '
Misses Madge and Hazel I, and start-protert it with Insurance ..t'r -9 r
I Hvervone !Invitol' V .lver: of1'"rlnl
Mis W. H. Taylor, after a visitTh son, f-ierald; are expected to return will! be taken. 'In lh. Hartford Fire IniuraiKe: a+s'1 t tI tI tJ

friends in Starke, returned to t home tomorrow from a visit with re- Company. '. I'I'I '

home, Campbell, Friday.: lativeo. in Eau .Gallie. Fire Insurance hm Hated, many I I '
a home builder from never financial I I
Trac'nq Organ Mechanism.' ..I.II
Miss Nellie Stearns! hu been visit- I ('01. and Mrs. A. 7.. Adkins and When prit-Jjajutlr power lo the eeoitrnetton IOMH--poxsjlily ruin. This .II
'IJl her aut, Mrs.: "T. G. Career! at f hilil-n:' spent Sunday: in Lawtey with of the organ began to take agency known, for it hat the record I

j Mrs. Adkins' mother :Mrs. :M. E. Ed- the place of the hydraulic IK. uncertala .*.

PREVENTION wards. ilthouah the Invention ot the bellows For safe and sure insurance. call i
I mechanism dotes from the time of one -p ft
...... Pin tnk<" la
"brtttr than Tatt'i
rmadr for but invent I&HK for ,theheneflt Df the Inter Roman einper..r> probabljrntlan. & Co.
tim.er.letsail a The carnival to he put on J. R. Davis
HEADACHE Hut It wan only In the tenthentury. I
SICK I Woman's Club, has been
| of : when Germany: had taken the i
bits.., ....,;poI aII .ad laadrod of weather. Established 18x6
account rainy
postponed on ilace or Ci>f) r ntlnoiil le ns the center
Tutt's Pills New dates will he announced la- .if organ banding.: ; that the bellow.e'.rttal.ra STARK, FLA. .. ,

ter. : at. iuki K".rnl ad,tiorgarrh" S .
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f i Notice; I Ia h".b' elv.n that the f..II".lo" d.ribed landa will be sold montb. before audio I, .DI'Ipuon See. T.' R. A. Owe.r .a Costa; DsaedpUen S.. T. R.A. Owner +TsrqIqw::
of oal4 L
I .m the FIRST MOSD"Y IN JULY UZ3. It b..lo" tb. 2ni day heee

I Door at Stark.. In Bradford Coun t... StalAt ..f Florid.. urnso ether with the 8W'I\. 11 180 .James lW700lda -______ 45.10 acid line 121 ft, thence E .t right -
will bnon..c_.n to pa, thct am"unt due fur ta".. set "PlMelte the Eta f SWy; 8Wy. E34 of B .n"l. to said line SSO ft, thence .
.\ coot of such .al. and adnrtlalq. E. W. UAYJi:::: Tax CoilWI' % __ 18 'I 21 100 ..lam. Reynolds. _?____ 28.98 S p..I4..1 I wIth lint 1n.( 182 C'" 1
..t e\ Taw u! SE4A. W.. of Eyh of 'SLek thence W 3311 It to beg In Tenlplos I -

1 1 .. Costa _________ -----26 7 11 Inn Muse Willlaar ________ sub div .___.u__.______..____21 6 II Mat.tl. Guyony .
0.- 28'111
) Doo."pll"n Sec. T. R. A. NI of NWL' .x 1 A I" BE Cor..211 'I 1/1 19 L C Smith ___..-__?._ SI' of '. 51k 1 8 of oJ
i And..u 162I 4 SW\-\. of BEt4 a SEy: 01 SW" 2Y 'I 21 H" J.m. IW7nol -________ 22,07J dl B .r.I'.forS: $! oc NASb ,
I I W'lo of NWl1' NW14' of 8W44 ___ 2 'I 111 390 C. M. ----------11.1 L'h. :\1 1 in 9Wy{ 1JEy. SIrt:\ \ E 9 W 1.. Templos .u

4 t I '1 r IIE of oo.U 'I 19 4'1' Unknown G. Go..n- -_--_-_---_--_-_-- 8.0TI 8 -___----_- ____.29 'I 21 J H Su ________ 6.96 div __ ______-_-___________: 8 22 HaUl. GlUona _
I i E',. or NE"or NE44; :: oon.U 'I lY 2U A. l1.n I V w y or NE.x 'I A I" SE Coy __81 1 11 83 Jam. Reynold-. _______ 11..2 2"" corn aAW Cor of Center at ---4-- 4 13 \
__ lI.vlll "
_________ 'I 14 4U" M C -----
1SS NEY. of NF./' --- .13 Wt's, of NE.f..f 8W'>r .. 4AInSWCorof Starke A Lawtry puSse road
.1 1 I.( SIH .r NE'!;'. _____ _. _________U 'I 19 411 101.tube....... ----- 11.1: NW'. of tiltS< 8 Aor A run W alone said street 430ft f."

I I i'' All Nty .r SEta A 8Ey;. of SW4II \ Florld._ 12.0:2 E'"o nf NE'4 of 8W" A 15 A to land of N. U. Hallerman.
_______25 I 90 AU Land Trust Ca. of log .t SW tor oC 8E'4' of '
thence N along cold land 280 ft ,
i j ofriSWver of SEV4-------_______8" 8 20 211 101 C Roaul..on ___________ 8.IH tl ft NWt3 S1bW6410fttobeg ,
81fo 22.1I \ : : :8 thence E 480 ft to Laid road.thong. .
8 20 h0 M C ltaul"1'lo" --- --- -
nf '
i 4 '. ..r / 1'01'' ; NW'l-- NWy.ofSWY S alone ofd toad to beg
Nrt' 444 )

1 ', NS:\ of of need,\ _.__.11___SE n_%___of___NEI4I 1 4 20 12 0 B Moody : _______._ 17.8,4 Lou fl 2, of frao"NEL4: !.#lot I i3 or 86 7 11 16 H 8 Wilson ._?_.___.___ 21.115 EI'In. of Tempiea NEt 1 aub SW4 div: _'_-_SW4i___oo___22 6 22 8. Joe Horrla --___-_.__--__. 1 _I

Com .t NW Cor of NW!,. of NKV4!:' frac NE'/4' : SEyE' ofNWix !2: A A S""' % } :lW f.sE'4
..... 10' :: \v"Co
& run S22U ,.1. to win f. lore A -----35 'I 21 180 .lam.. Reynolds _____ 48.10 'a E a A &rnc 1 A In sa;

f Il E to McKinney bnmh.i NW" of NWt4 9 lllfo of NW'4 Cop ____.-.._________._._____22 8 U 10 John Bailey -- ____.__, .
thence N along talk branch urlwj A 1'1", of SW". _______8. 1 11 200 James. a.nolda _____ 17.01 Seven A in SW Cop oC SE44 oN ? SO

line, thence W en laid lineCom"at w 12 4 20. 25 Jo Hodge _____-. 10.81 NEb.I ..- E'o\ of SEy. .. di Wlfo( of w __ _-__--_-_-22 6 21 1 Unknown ---______.
,, CoV of"NW'vi""NBV!: SEy E of river ------------19 4 II All WI,,, of :';E. .f SEt. N of 1.99road
SW ZHO W P Clyde ____ 10.18
All Elq. of NW\-\ E or river -------19 4 2A ______________________23 6 22 11 Dan D.)1
to wire fence, 40 Mhe Lumber Co. _______ 11.0 )
A run N 240 McKinney yd. branch: All ____..._._____________2.1. 4 1/2 81.1 R L Black A Co. ____188.la NEL4 of filE'. -_-25 8 240 L M Langley -___..____ U.11
R to
thence old branch to 3 All _ ___________?_._-21 4 12 6.0 R L Black .. Co. ______138.13 W41 0' SW. of- 8W!, A 824of .
thence a along" All _______ ____..__.4 21 of NW\4\ oswV4 ocoin 110
of NEV' thence W 640 R L BI.ck A Ca ._____138.1:111 : .
i line of NE'i __________, 10.39 I yde N of SW Cop NW'L. of
I .nU 6 20 26 MLLe Crews \ 8E.4 of 8tiY.: __ .4 II 6101 R L Black A Co. ___12 .OJ .
t1 I SWyof" i"7ll SEVi"o"f NK: "l All : 8 alA 610 R L Black .. Co. ____.198.64f SWy4 A run E 14'1 yde. N 111)yd. ,
1 NE4. branch ____12SEV 8 20 15 Thomas _____ 1'1.14 I'oEI,;, of-NE"a Wy4'ofNE4:.". 110. W 141 yde 8 110 ,da to

,* fr 4."W of of NWVi\ _Inn__-,__________-}? 8 20 411 M L Crew ._____?__ 11.1"k .. '-y4 of NWV4 ______--21 4 II 1100 R L Black .. Co. ____ 13,111 belt _____________________21 8 223 Tb,!. TlAon .-__________. 4'1.3'
-' .. \i 20 40 C A Smith A Co .11.7NEy4 All --------.________._241 4 U 6411 R L Slick .. CP. _____188IJ NEy of SW of NWV4 _________21 8 II lU S Ji Morgan -___________ H
of S 8BV4 : :::::::::::::":\: : 20 40 Samuel W Brown ==== 11.7'SK : 2 All .x 8EV Of SE'4 -_________.__27 4 U 80U K L Slack .. Co.? _______128.02 Ety, of NE44 of SW.f NEya :
of of f4. _"_:::::::::::::_:-.! 8,0 411 .Johnson Kelly _-_"____. 14.13 N\-\<,Wa w 4 of SW. .. SE of Et A in NW Cor :! SEy( of
:% NBS A NW\-\ of SEy.A w4y\ of S/i4; .. NE4.. of --__---_ _----___2'1 I 22 8 W M Bryan __._-________ III .9

SWtL..f r7t nr N1ti 1',. of BEI.a-__-28 8 SO 100 .J S A B .J Kelly ---------- 28.110 \Yof- ------ ---__ 4 II 160 R L Black" Co. __ ______120.12 Three' A. In NE Cor of 8Wy4 of
SE'4 0Ey4 SE's being 1 ANASbY8A
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Sty of NW4lax1AinNECorforI _. ._...-? 23 8 20 79 deo Kelly E.tate __________. 93.27 All _--__: _:_:::=::::::::=: : : 84 240 610 & L I Bl.ck:; -Co, ___:::lU: SAW ________________._2'1 8 22 8 ..1 A Jaml.on ___________. I
I N..church. of -. -_ _-_-__- _-____23 1 20S 80 Frailer Kelly _____ 211.111 Eyvof : ''' '' \\ro SBy4 IYy of SE4;. of SES4 _______.27 8 24 20 1 E Fut.cb ____________ 9. ,4
.f NEV9Wy of SE' 111 29 20 .Jueeph Sterrick --- 8.U8 all '' of NEy4; river30 4 II 200 R L Black Co. __ 4180 Four and one-h.lr acrd In. SE Cor

I Sty in 8EV4 of NEV4"oom"V t i N: --------____ __._ 1611 R L Black II Co. __.. 38.n or NE'. of SE'S: being 8 A N
,. 0 nA branch at corner of Oliver land : Fay!NE'4 of 8EI,y'/_ __;_.___:g2 2 22 S8U K L Black Co. _________111.2. .. S bF lA E: .A W ______.. 8 22 I Theo Tiaon ?______-____._ ..11.
f W 660 ft. II to W. B. Green'. E'JI: or Nfi:' IiW of NE'4 .. Corn 10'1 ftW of N& Car of Wlfo
I run EVof llwy4' .. of NW'. of BE4 of NEy. A
I I..d. W to Gully brao.h. N on the y1 of NW\-\. run ,
? branch to taper branoh, th.n. a to\-(, __.___________._34 22 560 R L Black .. Co. _______113.45 S 245 ft W lee ft, :V"246 Ct

i d old breech to bqg" ___. ___23 I 20. 13 C A iilnltb A. Co. __ ____ 1.18 NE'4 01 NW\-j\ .- -________ ---84 4 I. 40 E L GrU1a ________ 1211 E 100 ft to beg' __..._-_____28 8 22 Richard Re1nolde ______h_ 750tl.
up ____ 2.10 Nty A SWElfo of SE'f6 _...-88 4 U 7 _._ 6 24 33 T C; Morris .
Y + Low 1 2 8 or Blk tIn New RlnrZ3 8 III C A SlDith .. Co. 560 R L Black A C. __l1a.80 20f.SlftYt 11' 1'n'- ; -;- ----- ------- ..6. It
of NW _____ _
Nt/ __ ___-86 4 aa Oil' R L Black A Co ___ a5.01 town ofStarke
8 = .. Low NEy4:: of SW". _______ In NE44 of nw .. ._______ 8 6 24 Mm
elk.2 611 6 1 7210 1t4122of -- 8 I la 4.1 R L Black .. Co. ____ 12.11 101.11. DeLoach ___'_-_ "I.
f'le -_ 80 J E 'FUt.ch ____ __. loOt 8 0' Blk 3 orlor town of Starke .
N's of 21.01
.. Lote 2 IUr tSWIj.C' ---n.2 6 24
AIM 8 of Blk 8 of .
In of _____ ___21 8 2J
) NE'4 8W'4 Broom Co.
t 12 of Blk U 9 Lob 1 2 a 4 I SWIt' O L D Arnold ______._ 8.60 Quigley __.____ 1" tY
11 "
E"4.of SW 44 .f a. Wy, oC Lota I 8 .C bib 1 orl" town of 8tark.
8 1 8 II 10 12 .f Blk 10 .. Iota W';, "f SWI" "f I'oEI A 6EVof SWV 6 22
I LoltnIIN'f'4H?: ----------- Mm S E Rayborn __-___ Il.z
I ; yotlllkll ": ll.48a1111 NWW of SW\4\ ofSE' 1 o g town of Stark.NE4 ;

; 'I I NI 9 I1 10 of 11 Blk 12 .I Bile 9 led.18 .. lotU e Lot '4 Wooilawn13. I 12 911 L M Langley __________ 211.0. I Cc'W of 8W"{ of---N--'------'U 6 22 ..I F C.novi& ----.___""__ a1't,
of HIM 14 9 I<>t. a 8 10 12 of Bile .. / 1uIlJd6 Lot:: 1" \: Woodlawn\ : :-:=::: =1: : 24 tg 8 Alfred I M Churchil.Starling; : ===--..:: U: Bile 18 A ruo W on Call cor.c 80

{ 1 l6 A Iota 12 8 4 6 0'l1:01:1..rIlB: : ?: Lou I 8 II 10 11 la in WoodI.13 I I/a 60 J B WUl1ame ___a.---- 18.11" ft S loa ft .E 80 ft N 11)6 ftto
Blk I6 A loo 6 9 ,
Sty of lot 12 In JOdI.w" ____ 14 I U bee in oix town .f Starke I"
I Leon.rd A WUooo ______ 860
1 (1 28 A lob 1 8 5 'I II 11 of Bile :47A Lot 88 In Woodl..n ___1. I 21 in NE", or SWt, ______. _____2B 8 22 .
Inta I 3 II 11 18 of Bile 811 kIvan 10 Lonnl. WUk.NOO ______. I 60 .1. E Fut.ch ___.______"_ A .11
Lo. 20 al In Woodl.orn ?-14 I II 10 J A AApervre" ____ 8OI Blk 31 .. extended on Enary. map _
II 66 1 8 9 10 11 11 of Bile Noy. of lot 11 10 Woodlawn" ____14 5 21 erle town" of Starke In NEy4 of
______ 2.3
Clemon. _
___ 91 110 C rnoLh;: 10.; _____. "uUIIAt 0
33 all In New River _23 Lot 61 A of lot8 .. Eyt of 6 22
{ 8 of IlIIe 18 In New Rlv.r _...29 8 10 J... M.thla ____ 8.1/1 lot 62 nS Woodlawn 18 1 II LoBu t 4 of 01k e8 J M John.addP9 Andrew's,1.1, 'i
--- -- 20 3 B 80_ _______ 111.22
',' Lot 8 of.Blk U In New River23 I 10 ..I C poppell ---____. 1.01 Brii at NW Cor ; '8Wyof 8WyAnnS6 to Stark". In SEy/ of SWy _____2' 6 22 ..1 T Quigley ______.___ 69U
4 11v. Aa... known w J. H. JohuFI S7226.10ft Lot 8 Lot 6 of Bib
In --------_ 4 8 20 I C A Smith" Co.-__ 8.00 W 410 ft H 132 8.10 ft to hew 87 J oIeMNJn.ft..i;: to Starke. :: f
= nN8t"E lying W bring" part of forty ao... known SE'4 SW4/ 6 22
acre I fo --- I T Qul1/14 ______._..
: i i. T-i"- -jd28 --- 7132
of half mil. pmt 8'15 It to post r lob II 18 11 III l4 Wood- Lob 7 BIk Co'a

In branch to pi.. of bfoar. thea_ lawn ---.___________.6 21 '1'10 Mn Emma C Proctor __ 1.08 Lo' Starke. lfoolf NEV -f8 8 23 Rosstta WIIII.mao" _____
: OS
Lo 66 le
W 811U ft N700 ft E 8UO ft 66 67 511 or 8W $ I 1 14& Lot 2
thence dung" run of bran.h. thence r vs cxalot680ftEa I oS'': 1 Blk 13, L T .A Co'o old to Stark.

'+A4 to beg when pout .:::: ----d: : :g I C A Smith .c-: = === u: ...4111 ft N .. 8 In NW Cop In W".x ..f NE'I, l __ 0028 I 22 Floronts. F.muoth _______
1 4 Unkn.wp of of 1L 50.29
1 Gob, 1 T of HIk 26 In River .am. ?-_____.__11 6 2Z 25 Wm H Parlor _____ 11.116 Lot 4 S II It Bile T
Li / Lot. 10P !nNew-23'24 Lot 611 in Wodlawn _____.1 12 10 Mabel G. Shermana........_ 8.53 .. Co'o add to Starke In W\1I\
y-6! -----T 10 Unknown _________ 1.12Oneh.lf
6 Lot 59 In Woodl.wn .___
-.l8 2a ___
6 III 'Iopence 0 Ha... ______ 8.la 28 6 22 Dan Bo.. .
i f intorrwt In Loo". 1 86 of loOt 66 In JOdI..n _____17 6 22 0O Mn Rosa Wn.n.r. ___ 8.011 Lou 122.98 f 11'17 18 14 of Bile _. _;..____________ 1HZ
k __ _23 / 10 Unknown ----...-. 1.18 Lob _._...._A _
f 131k 29 .2. n U 15 aOi In Woodlawo1T I aa 40 John W W.., 2S L T A Co' add to Stark. In
''j1 I All Blk I J: ': .io''i.1... New: Rn, Lola GII 511 In Wuollawn ____-l9 1 12 20 S 1 Eton .r.-- 11.72. W"" of NEy __________._____21 6 12 Maw Frank
C. A. Smith .. Co. ___ 8,66 Btarllng _____.__ 1336
_________n 14 I 10 Lou 20 21 In W..dlawn18 I 2V ao P L Connor _____ 8.011 Lob 1 II 8 of Blk l LT ACo's .ub I _

+I i rI Leda-----------16 In A of Now 8W44.v.vNwi 10;;-:-1BIkU :::::__j: : :g II g t Smith Smith....Coc-: .:.:=== 11.72 8.D0I : W I.uta E'L..f'\\0'1 of 411 lot IIE IU"11 8" In 83 WODdI.wn NW'4 In Wvodlawn19' .. NE\4- _\__-.20 ofNJI4 6 6 22 aa 4WS 6W H F Thompson N<>........ __ __ ________ 1'1.34 a.a8 v40forlfti dl", or NEy IC of of :!j'E NE4' 1t;...----Co'a__'_-__;_b28_211 8 8 22 aa John Annie Wllllanr _____ 13.0'

Parker _____.___
h NE'4' .f 8WY. n I A In SW Cor of gWVa. _________21 6 12 30 D B of Hlk I LTA Co' &lib __ 690
__ ___--19.22
1 __ _____._ __ I 80 811 W.llao. Neeld __.___ 11.01 Browping div
for .h.1 __ __ 11 ?- Two IIC.. In NB!: Cor of NE'4 of SW't. of of NE\-L_-_ __--.28 I 22

j S 8Wy/of 8Wy.-of-8Wy4 -!: !88 6 10 80 Alfred. ,",om.. _______ 1'1.84 W 1&'. It- of- -lot__II_of__-Bile--4.Town,,------_of.22 6 12 2 F M Bradley ____.;:__ 8." Lot 4 of of NEy4of Silt aa NE'L '"- A. Co'. sub 28 122 Rpe Cox ____________ 690

___ __,84 8 10 160 'rank Murphy ____ 41.10 Ldio4v Edna Jackson. "______ 1.)0
d ___._ Lawny. west of railroad ______.23 6 2Z W L OV."UMt ___ .110 84orW41o BIkB/LT
I NE4uj4.. of NE'4 -_ ______-.?____ 6 7 10 41) Plck.na Brooke ___ 11.71E Corn 112 ft W" of NE Cor Dr lot A Co':. sub div of I 22
: of 8E' ---__------ 4 'I III 80 M,.. Missouri" Brown __ 22:111: 4 or Blk 4 Ann II 100(4 W 3Uft. N3a of BIk 66 ol NTE't i :.E"uii28 Alex M.rrI.ka __.___. 13.01

of SW'4 __.__ 4 'I 10 00 LA Brown ____ 1i.1I7 N100ftS80fttobegda of NEV ____
y W -?- NEV4of\ ___._28 6 23
t ESS of SE'4 --_______ a 'I 20 80 L A Bro..n ___-_ 22.117 town of Lawny. W of n .--28 I 23 W H Edwards ______ 1U4 W r oC BIkU L T t. Co'. sub R M Ell.rron _______-1921
8tp of of Iota 9 B ____________ 7 'I IG /U L M Wa..ra ----- 1'1.84 L" 4 blk I 7 in town Lawny dry __________21 I 22
"14.01 8\ook ..ror of lot 4 9 eM sd w of a'f- -- _.!_- ._._ 28 I 12 Mn 111 B: Edwards: ____ 21.87 Lots28ofBUb41 LT.div .1Ib E E 8".n ________._ 193
lot V... B..y' lot 6 A N% ofloo Lute 1 2 ..f Blk 18 In town of"L.w- of NE\4\ of NEy4. _____ __28 6 22
'I 0 9& oC lot 10 A N U try W of Lot nf A W E 8..11 ____________ .,SS
No -----------------2o I 22 8 Blk 41 In L T Co'. sub
B L BI.n.hard _______ 11.14
L A Brown ___ 102.10
A of 841 of IM 10 .___u______ 1 1 20tjM' 860 ? Lot 115 in town of Lawte E of By div of NE'4' of NEI. ____._ 18 6 21 .
{ ex 1 lot 80 ft F.v In Sure 3 25 6 8 B Lou 2 8 4 or Blk C-N J Jon. add .lull. Batl.r 81
: 2:0ltt: 411 G C Bevill ______ 93.97I !
, dY N S In SW Cor_. 'I 'I 10 : ILot ._-__ Llrls Thomss ____ U3 to filtuk. In SEyof NWCO.\ W
Mn KalAt H..o __---81.21
of .. 8W.. of NEV4S\ 'I 10 130 4A In town of-L. E f-q of W.lnut ___ __
N4v. NEVI street ___ ______-26 8 22
4 I NJ or 8WI. of 8Wy4 .x E a acne I. 'I 20' 11 G M Bevill 14.13 In gee. 23 24 21 261 Tp. I 8 B All' BIk Stark.Y11 11 2A Mrs Almena R Peterson -_ 116!

Lot Lot: : : BIk BIk 1 2 t: Ward W.rd tats rit1 :==: : 7 7 :: Mv Mrs, Ow Oxena:. Godwin Godwin: : :. === lg: : Lot 2a 4In 5 -town of LevrteJE-----/____of__n____ t Will r- ___________ 1.U Lola Stark.d ; imfN'' tt4.m. add l' 6. :2 Mm Eunice C Canora :_.-6201

4 jj d. r lot I of Silt 8 In W.rd CIt1 ______ I 'I III M. Otene God..ln __ 1.01 In Seee. 23 a. 25 :.18 1'p. I 8 B Lou 111 11 of- BIk l'l----T.ml1.- -- .-...--add-- Ms.JCWIIL.. .---. 31 48to

C Lola I II 10 11 of Blk 'I in Ward SJ E! -----------______._.______._ M..le. Lee 4.18 Starke 121
4 i I'll120 -li" 'titikiW. I 1 10 Unknow" ....- U.88 NW\-\; of SWY of NEI. ..- __.__2. 5 2", 10 Alex Ot -_ _______ 8.sa Luc 6 of BIk 5-P..z.-dd-t;; ;rN.,2B; Mm Florence E Brooke _.__ 131

lob 8I1 .f aWI.f SE'-------' : I 14 20 J M Starling ______ 11.11 in NWy4 of NWV4 -1/1 6 ta
? City ___________________ 1 'I 10 MaIJ. ...8 SI.. Co. 8.88 SWYA of NW\ of SWy --_-__21 124 10 "B Abraham. 11.88 Lou 1 2 of BIk. C ..I----J.;' to; M.mis M.rvlck ______ 1,91
Lot 4 of BIk 11 In wardCity ___ I 'I 10 Mw Ona Godwin 1.01 of -WV5 NWy 8 22

U' lob 1 I LI of Bik 12n Wahl O..n. Alkln'I'\' ; roadSEVt ___ !21 I 2Z 4 Man Sm.U __ 1.88 Lo'.ta'8ke'lln8No'1': I C : In---.jill ..I C Poppell _____ J.8
Mn Godwin 8.06r
_- I 1 10. NWI4 of SE' of _.__
City -- --- ------ --6 8 24 10 .o..t Sober ______ 1.60 to Starke' I 22
Les 12' A IU ..r Blk U In W.rd 824 of NI of SW". oC-SEY. __._._25 a u 111 C S Durlln" _ .. ..?._ 8.60 Coot IL tt S NWVL cueNWofy.L26 Dp P D Hlcka _________ 4URobln.on'
r City ______________ 17 10 Mrs Oena Gudwi" ___ 1.1'1W' IIW"44 of NE of S1:4k -._.___U I 24 10 D Davie ____- 8.60 lot and run W parallel
W M"I" 108L
1 of 17 In Ward City -. I 'I 10 Q ----- NE44 of NW SW L/- a5 I :u with acid lot
; 1 tB 4 .of 10 C S Durlln" ____ 8.80 10 ft S 101 ft
d 6n of frac BIk 17 in Ward of NWy, of tlQ/' E
1 105 ft N U6 ft W a5 ft
City ____.______________- I 1 10 Dr A E R..11 _____ '.88 Wor"N\.r to 6 !23Wu ft A T Paul hA7 N 9 It to beg In NWV4>r of SWI.In .

hoe 6 6 7 6 9 of BIk 18 In Ward Mrs Alvaretta Shriver __ 21.1I0Logt..l of-s'k V ;fK"';f NE44.26;; 6 i 23 : Wm Thom.'-_ =-==== 8.68 Stark : ____ ::____.____:21 6 22
_ I 1 10 W & A of lYts' of of Unknown" '__.____ 603
NW\4 U One
t - -- ---- --- NW'4..21 I T L Gu"rrl/ _________._- 1.89 lot In Starks bounded E by
I U2 of BIk I In Weld W A oC N&4' of NWI of
!! 4,0: Hay St N b. land of A L AI-
0f w _-___--_--- ._--_--- I 1 10 L A Brown ____ 1'1.84 NW.:1 ?______._21 I 21 I M.. Lillian Walker ______ 9,118 veror. W b. W M Ed..ro. A. II
E T 8uwert ___ 11.78t :
Lot 1 of Took U In W.rd CltF ____u I 'I 10 3 0Wtof 6W'4 ___ .. tI I :.Il 13 Maw Lucy F Harr.OL _____ 12.17 'by Call in NWy4 ":. 21 8 22
4. .Lou 'I 8 of Blk 11 10 Word Coot : SW Cop o! w04-of hEy: ,Corn I\t\ ft E of fES Cop ;of; Mn 8 M W.11a _____ 163
_____________._ I 'I III Mn Alv.ta Shriver ___ 1'1.84 A run E on Sac line 410 tt toa Broadway ole H..t .ta 1'1 aid.
't I L.,Vitt 10 of- 80k'28 In W.rd CI4 __ I 'I n Blo.ham Ward _,.______ 1.11 pt of "box. thence N 8tIU Ct, E of H"7t .t A run E 1')5 ft 1'1 1'13

? Lota a 'I II of DlIe 11:1 In Ward ftS660ftW \96 ft to rt. W 105 ft.S106fttobugin

I Alf'h'ik2S' ...Sot'j;; 4'In;-Ward Clay':: : ; ::3 Mrs Bloxh.m Owns Ward Godwin., :_=-===' U All,1911. 'SE', 'of _____'E__of__Ry_.__..H;.21 698 8 Jammu/W. WUllama4.. ______ 1.80 Coin Stark 216_ ft-E--t-NE----Cop----of---Broadway -- ;--: 8 22 F H, Hal. _______________ W

Cum .t SE Cor "f SE4. of SW'4 9 .f SE.. of 8WI\. of SW'4 .x IIA.t A Ho.t .te on N .Id. of 6.1. Ik,4Hoyt ,.

run W 188' t IL NCI 60 yds to 8ah 6 6 12 41 Mn Lucy F Harrell ________ 21.n .t .A run 1'1 IUI ft E 621y.
E- ;
: Er of
1 boundary of Ward thence Coin Jo Ctii4 tq'ayy" It S 101 ft to Ho..t at W 62 Iii
+p'1 1 long said bounden 183 yde. 9 nn to of by. !t to beg 8 23
then S 90yda to heir ex W 16 thence :1J5t.f: thence r: deans. Corn 867t4 If Ifai"r: NE--&r--28 C H Male ?..________. lua
t. 1 n 1 I feet __.______ _____ 8 'I 20 3 Mn Alv..tta 8hriver ___ 1.18 210 ft N 2115 ft W 18 dvll_ Broadway a Hoyt .te on N aide

Con .t NE Co.r of J. A. Abbott reele to bog __26 I U 1 Mar1 J.n. RobeNOn __.___ 8.10 of Ho..t. .t A run N 101 SO E 52It\
.l .t '1 done. lot a run E: 'II ft II 1140 ft, S1.-COfN Wof NWyl B N% ft II 101 It to H01.t, W 511'

W 76 ft N 2/U tttobeg. In SII4: SW" of NW4- _-.? A1 5 12 30 M Davis _............... U.a8 ft to bug in 8 22
.______________ 8 1 10 Q M Bevill ____ n.43 18Wk3.i3ii- iIl8
o r of SWy4 ----J' Lote A3 201 In WODdI..n ______all u 10 W L Joh. ___ 8.89 Lola 29 39 Unknown ______ IU8IIlk
Coot .t 8-W 6514 of SW'4 Lot a In JOdlawn __________._30 I 12 10 S H TbompaOQ 1.118 I R N Do..Unll' add to
14 i A run E 11211 ..<110. N 81l Fda.. to S Lote 115 18 61 511 In Wedlawn __31 I 22 .11 W Ii: 0- ..... 11.34 Sta k. In NE4of 8224 ------29 6 22
_ ;5 bounden oC Wand CII. thence W 1 Iota 1/8 .11: in Woodlawn -- _____Ja I 82 10 H" Smltb 11.11 Lo4a 1 2 15 11 E ao ft 6 V4 C B M.rka ____ UO
on said boundary 220 yde. then.. S "I Nof'" NWy4" c NWy4 cc siy A In N ECor of

7'' 612 yin. to bet ex E IUO ft _____ 6 'I n a Mn AI..relta Shriver __ 1I, 3N'Yf right of way ::.--__.._.._...96 8 21 SO M. Lucy F. B..U ___ IUW less E: 2n It In Sterk.SEy4_ of.___SE4_._.,29 6 23 C'S

t1 f NWV4 :rE' : NWV( Lot 1 In Pesuvdle..mbracMg MLu'i Com .t E Cop 01 IIE'4' of SE' Q ...t _____.____._ USS.
: Maw A Lewt. _____ .
N49Yy C
lvyy, __ 0 'I 10 1110
il I i+ sWv' 01 NWII of .____,__.______11 1 20U H.mp P.d..ett _______ 11.72 : r: 81 EI't; Peetavill.I of embracing NWy4.36; N I 12 11 Mn Lucy F Harrell ____ la.a'l line..... of 2U E A W run driggan" ,W, 375 land ft thaw to a. ..

,S NW\. of SW.4 A. W.... of Wlfo of Lo'i NE44 a NE' of '._85 1 II 1/<< I 3 8troag J _. .... 1.90 N on aid line 242 ft to a pt of
,1 y NEy4. of SW31 OX S 2 A __-.U 'I 10 4A E: 3 Dnl Fat 14.1. : r 20 In P.tevll I t. 1'ra.: N beg. thence N on acid line '
I. ...__________17 10 40 H r Warren ____- 11.11 474
swy of NW\co alt NE44 II 22
34 ft, W .60 ft, S 47H Ct
.. of : f&'t 13 Wm Strung ___ 1.1. E 860ft
kl' 8"'tc" yo4tof .of NE'4 of!! S 8 to beg In SE'4 of SE"/ 211 8 '22
I I:' NW''" A N1\4:\ SWI.. Of'SW of N'E'4 9 N fi\N\-iit: One A Sq in Nfc Cor o? SWVi- \ or- 4 J T Hlllbuni n....... 14.56
If .. NW'4 ofSE"'",,. 1_ I A W ofBreag ot NW of 85y: ,' "
f bran.h .. 8'A for D.. aarmnun Shaw Stokee 86.26x WI-. of E'4 of SEy: ; __.____36 12 803M Starling 13.87 AUENE4 SE"vr"s"orp-biTe"ro;S I Mu: Kloater __ 1M

'- 7 20 1:3: : ====: : NW of NIV<" pf SW 3t.. ___ 2 II II. 10 ftey S F Wolf 8.53 A N. 7 A of SEV. of SEV ax ...
:: 17.84yr
II j w of NW SI of f-N wv--:::::=: l7 7 20 R L Lewis ''S ) '"
tt ___11 'I 20. 10 H 0 Brunhlg. __--10.16 : : :1 HHw 3 8 Ii /0i I. J A bier 12.17 about 8 A N of mad _..._.....80 S 22 1.
114: of SW'4 of NWI<. / 8 Ceo '
4 of171'444 3 B A of WV4 ot NEV!: of A Andmi __ 1.10N'1o
____ Sat NEV
I"te 4 I __ _....-.-.I6 'I 10 1110 Unknown 58.181 NB:",( 122W *
F i FPy of NW14' .f 4Wy ________.24 7 20 20 Mn Martha G.UI" ___._ 11.12N .... of NE'4- -ASS.. oC NWy4 A 10 A I Bryan. __ 18.1. E 13 lA of NWV of\ SEl'of NEV of *.of NEVi..81!\ 8 12 9 C Sweet .. 690SJ7
-81 8 44 1183 -
t,. \<,o of 8W'',. of NW\ ._______14 'I 10 2.1 Mtiltia 0.t.1I" ____ 11.13II' I .;, "W 4, __ 6 8 820 I E E Canon __ ".1. W 24 2-3 A of 8E(4' of NEi ii Ar f W
________ 8.011 1
7 .. of SWL of NWy ._ .___.___114 'I 20 2'1 A B Fowler oNWy NW1\ ____.fdSEy4 _. II 40 0 L Uncibill 11.13 10 A cold J W AlvaV-x _...I.S1 4 13
1 Et,, nf NE4 of NE"L" Nis of of of ; Com at NE Cor of IT Alva Leonard U8
___ 2 I 11 25 Richard Grilfla _ ..__ 1.n \ 'f 13Wy = : WVi of NEV
of NI -
NW\1 of NE J !:L4 of g.Ey ._ _-_-. 8 6 12 20 E': Canora 8110 A run W 4 1-3 chn. S 12 Vi
5'I 844' of NEL4 or NE" .. 80.44!: of SW'4 of NE\4 10 I aa ..
\ 40 Mil.. ___ 12.1'1 ch. E 6 1-3 ohm N 12 chn.
K&ft" Hi
NE'4 ex 5 A In SE Cur __.__._11 I 11 41 S D Gordon ___________ 14.83 Eu< of IIW of NW'4 !W tj of to 'hex 22
I \ NW' .f NE44 .. Nt4 of NE% of 4 .... of l of __.__.__10 8 12 --- "-------r31 Carrie 750
SEy4. NW'f6 SW ; McFaihion __ __
80 Ma... A Gtis.atit ____ '.11I VEiff'-i5--A NE Co .
l NE\-\.. ___.__ ___ _________.__15 I 11 10 C C Cowart _____.___.84.11. E""'"4 oJ NWy4 of NW'4 ____._____10 8 fa 80 E E Blnalel. ____ 11.18 IS\r I 21 ?
filFN'4.ai1.. f t8E.9 1A of Nis of NE44 A NB:1ro: of NW y4AEty NWy4 :r"E 1x14 .;? ; A k-.81 IS Alva Leonard ____ U

4. 8Wy4 of ; can at I! of SL of NW'4 A .W yy I about 8 A In SW Car ____.___ga 1 12
4n. 4 1 NE Cor .f add forty a run II 51111 v of IIW'4 of NW'4' -________10 6 12 1111 H.n" D Tuck... 10.30 On. lot of land HI ..- -aq- io SII 27 1IIn 8 111 WIlIo ___ 9.1'1
} ft. throes nnrthwwurly to f"'rt.Ptd1 F.tt' of W"', of SS'!:'{ of NWI<. ___1'1 8 II 10 Unkaown I.IS Cor of NWS of SBV.. _. ____38 6 22
1 166 ft 8 of NW Cor of said \ E\1i\ of 8W'4 of oSyt, ___________.11 II 22 U B H Sp.nc.r 1,8Q Com 70 .cia W of aT Cor- of?WU ,Green Hamilton"" __ I.n
thence N 180 ft thence E 1320 ftt of Eye: of : a of NW
W4/ NJI\ro ESy of NWVi of .
t to hog ___________________.__2. I 11 20 Rellbron" Mineral Water C. 1.11I 44 of NE"", _______iI 8 22 80 Unknown _ 18U *...' da.'SEV4 11. 7* run yy8 W 7OTMAt
'i I All Ny 0' !'Wt 0 S of branchr .. E'.. ot 8Wy1 of SE4y _._.14 I U begy. 7682
8/J/ 'W'D ._____.28.27 10 Unknown 1.13 ------_. ___ 6 23 .
a of 8W ______________21 I 81 NWV
: ; of of s 8 II in EVi"of of Mary Ann 360
f? 1' I S9y: of 8W t4 ____-___________118 I 11 H E D 0.1 _??____? 11.12 NEtb fE NW3kWof, \w A a ..ripl. 10 ..I_ _.r Llving.ton 8.63 res N 2 A -_ ...--NW\4-.--\-______811\4__:Jlal\ 6 U Jackrca ._ __
All BE'4' of NW% A. NW\4\; oW4 8 It t __.......14 / 89 a John "
wa. 'n
aw Culver.
1 A Cor of U.
10 J 0 Luke .110 EVi of NWVi, .
T B ________ 19.02All
river __________.__2W I 210 Handlev .
S nf
of of SEIro I 2a
I Ntt NWy -14 .
of SEV ...
21t Pr Engir t '_ 1.80 ....-.........33 122
Nty of SEy A NV of SW\4\ 8n' Corn at NE Cur of 66V4!: 'of SW 4A Lot 1 of Blk 1 in 1 Ed J. Johnson 1.99
r.-. __ .___ _______.____SO 8 11 40 T B Handl" _______ 12.01Hwj 660 ft S 600: it B 340ft In of 8EV Lincoln City: n
of NW'4 _________-34 I 11 H 8 J a..r. ____ 11.1'1 yon : 3V-. w of Ry ._-83 8 12
( N ft. to beg __ _---16 622 Loud Mary I.U
'I E: C Wright 10,28, of elk 3 In Lincoln- City Fraaln .
rel. ..r NW'. _____ ____14 I 11 4'7 W B MaKnn.., ._______ 11.1'1AU All Way of SW4E of rI10 Sac in SVi. of SEV\*. W of Ry -----32422: .n

y NW\4\ of NE'4 W of public road n A a free ..fSE'. of 8541 Soc. Lou 4 7 of Blk 9 in Llneol,,' City: m IAaae Clark j.w
.. NE44 In NW Cnr a s 44'1' ft 18 9 fru oC N524 of NEVI ins... of SEVi.. W of Ry J___32 9 22
7 nf nf 4WV4 III S 440 It of .8os,21 afnaNw/of\ IN- Lo.. 94 1 of Blk 4 la Lincoln City -Ed J .J honaon __ 1.110
I 234 NW' NW' A N 166f Sse.: 22. 421 5 of '
I ; J 1 n ex v in 3Vi of SEV. W of -----32622
ft Eye 8Wy NWV Aa a E of Dubho road sold 2aunlsn. Lot 1 of Blk 5 In Lincoln City Ed oJ Johnson _____ ut

N no ft nr SEy of NW.>4 N in Soc. 22-Sew III 111 11 ".___.:.12 122 U Unknown ___ 28.17 In SH, of 8E.'... W of Ry .__:_82 8 12
110 It of IIW'4 of NEyW". of A free of EV4:' of 8E'4 Sea 111 M a Lou 1 4 5 of Blk Ed J Johnion ur
14 In _
7 pnblle .....i __ ________.___--86 1 11 ,10 R.Ubrnnn Mineral Water Co. _. 66.66a free of N1t'4' of E34 Ilea 21. In of SEV' Lincoln City: _
NE44 of 8Et4' __ -..-________.::101 I 21 10 T.l MOON _.__ 1'1." W of rI/ ___________._-11 U 8 12 Y4 of Sty, of W' of Ry of.laa 4 n Fred Albert S.M
-- Unknown 1.10 SEV 3WV4 .A NBVi Ir. .
__ 4J r. E Green __ __ 11.11 !
; SWt'& of SWL4 .. ___ ___-______38 a 21 Nin. A on W .14. of NW'4.. of BWttS. SW'4! '

t I R NWV4 of of NWts NWLl'of S-----------------: : : : : : H 40 20: Jamemodwln.E. W Green ;_: :_:::::___= UU: N 1 A for .hunk. _____._.11 I U 8 Feliz Goodwiao __ ''M".ee 19 5 4 A .b.... "at'sw.Cor of NVvTof"-" 8 21 40 O C Sweat ____ :a.4&
A N1I1 Cop of .
EI"ven at NWuof ? .
rum EW A ..
__ 4))1 J R MaCI..n.orh.o ___ 14.13 run 610 ft. E: 63 ft a _...
t i 811: of SE\4\ _______n__ 3 8 11 8WV0AnnW, I0110ttS453ft 8 465 f'to -
8E ______________________ 7 I 11 16.. C A Smith 9 Co. ___ 48.50 land line, t.enoe W .
E I'J50 ft N 411 tlU Unknown la.1I'I 11 ..1.11 x.- ... ...._-_ 10.S 2l. g I to --"__________S8 4 28 re
\ E:::1 of NY-'t --swt.of NWLI-- II 8 11 ----- N... of SENIC'4' 15 U 20 Julia ood wine *** o{ '". ex II A in NW Cor__81 489 d R 0 Gnann. !.8 0

y N of:r BEy. a of NWw A Noy:; of't W NE'" of of Bile liE -6 of S or !:SW' lying-.M21 5: I aa 10 B 0 8beamas. _.J lob g IIELWof NWy.".; .. Elfo of SWI4. ofThre. 31 Mr Fannie E Dubca ___ M 07

+ IIW"t A IIE', DC SW''.. ____.111 II 12"') Unknown .....-.. :.-.. 14.21 of WI W lino of NEV4: of BW 34. In A _In SW--8W'y 1! U 8" O C Sweat IS"NW"
j N Sty. of SW'1 ____._____________11 8 11 90 A II Alrarn ____ "..1'NtI4 T..DI. sub div __ 41 1 U Cor of \ of _. _,,....
Annie. Alv.... .... 11.1a I Rldua IUp 10..1 of ._____83
'r r. : of NE" -.--_ _-__2'1 8 11 4.1 M. Com .t NW CoP of land e wnd', by 9W' f ______ t 23 King ChandUr _1- 696X
or 1m A SDA B C off 8sWw'4 offSW -
81 DE" F 1 Elmira tang 0. lI"ide of., A 1'' ,1.. [ 1".Sli3C1iG1ilR \ eg II A 10 2) Li._ie B. Plekerlnc 6.M
of IIlk 101 In aw'1.
o of lot I Simpson
City ____.______ BIk 19y' 1 1 11 3 C Raul....... ___a 1'1.14Lot 'nUn"". at of right& .. 21.eagles then.: a .:: i Beg 87orft"E.:f 1 8wCar chunk.of i41S 1 II IS R0Chosen. + I.O'
1 of Blk 11 III Lot 1 of
I cud nee line to Center Street IQ of SWruo N
l 1734 detr_
..Lot 1 of But 13 In Sampson Temples sub W on ...4 I B!: 161 .
1'' gti City ___-___-.________-___.__ 4 1 11 Unknown ..41 street to dl:1.!. nloog W 641 n.ft th..n. N 12... d.._
I 4 laho 1.011 q. to ry right"of .._--
Sof of ._ Ptddreon NEt. uo"t
hf Wy4 A of : SWv. Nln. I 1 11 to ''be to.E'V of .x henee 3 parallel with ry 146 ft,
.y : of SW A Sty of SW\co pfSgWJ lob 1 or. D'-' w have Ilai.lofon r thence: 3 71Vi degree* E 661 ftAlto
v ------ -- 6 T 11 So W E Edmondeo0 1'1.1. been dud.d ___._____A0 I 81 .
r of t4VNV N of bnnch .. 1Loins Been 11.41 N 8--W-9-_-_.._..__43 4 J2
l Com Oil N ho. parallel with Ry Vi of 2 Dan Bee 2.141
,' *, U W IC E..o.- IS.'" i { E f -
of NE". ._._____ II 'I 11
ft N from IIW of NW I.L
41), Uakoo..... ._. ._.. 11.11 Cop about 4 \ in SW Car _-_ : 33 9 22
b NW\4\ of NWy-. __________ 11 1 11 -- of 01k18of RORAveap.raller Com Na --- 12 W" lLa
__ 1110 E E Hlneld. 41.10 at Cor of 8WV of SWVi 5datda _
I NEVI '. ._ ___ __.11 1 11
W\tb RF 1016 ft
of BEVY 40 Waiter. Rob.r os __ 21.97q'8W theaee A run 3 SV, chn. W 15 degree!
l NEv4: IIW A NW' of : _. II 7 21 II at right angles with R1 allO n. 1 NtoNSin.
.aid SWV4\ of 9
31 lOW, 11.11II
NEyt: o: NE !w: 1 Coor.f10 T 11 tb.nee N parallel with By 181 ft4lhree. WV4 thenea K: to beg .__..._.._83 I 21

NvY y( A, st.ay,Of SW;-r of or NE'4 .--1! 1 11 811 B A. Pn.eott 11.111 W to ....... .Iee N\1i\ of 841 NE'4 of 8B%. ex 9 A In SB Cue __8. 8 21 2 O C Sweat 441
of 6W44ofBlklgofR26, S .A 8q In SE: Cor of NE a. K L. CrUtlg .11.71
10 B L Atkln.ol4 831 *
}, NE d N91Y of.. _of._ %11 1 11 being I 6241 It N .. a bF ,1\1\ N 1 ; ... gee's-: r''Y ..' :: x SE..... __________ ,. I ..
.f NW i NW A W of Jaad I .. *
.Iee a.
pi.- un' of ., D.vfe M
of ._. 14 _
H 11:11
10 H Ip.n.r- .. 24J8tS :
NlCI4. --------11 1 11 Ni >
SI f .,.: NIfo \ NADbv880fSA Woad SII: < of ____. _.. I 21 10 C R ....... 911
NW"of or
i Ways or of dsr4h __II 'II /d Walter Rout lip side of NK of 8RY of 83k 1 8 ; 10.X I. 111I'! ?or Zt Sw'g'of< $8W W E: M CoM.aa l71

NWI4. .. N oN7Pot.. 8Wy4li 'I 11 UI) II H J_ 80.11 of 511-en Tsmp..ub oil. __11 II Matt O.y.a A .... r- 190. U.lt being aN ft E: A ft
: =- on a ruulaspg' ,foltd with
W% of NW Vi. 'iii'" _----25 Ie r. B Ball 1.0 : "U"a 8.3 1 S 21
12 N of 10 191
ens ? !l SW Car .f NRt" ( C C Crlfl4. .
0I "I 111' Jaeeee He1aoIda 17.71t NRy 4 of 814:' -
I.1 I 1 w sac .lB kl8otR1R .. ... N M 4 21.0 a c TlI- 11.11
I ---. -y <1.......:..... ,_ NS of SWV', of N0':II 5 4_ 20 10 A DoaaMi- 4.11





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FRIDAY JUNE 8. 1923.

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n-.e ptlon See. T. B.A. UwnnE14 "Tl PROFOSED NEW CITY. CHARTER' days notice of the time and place of such property for the construction of I NOTF.nFAPPtlATIOVoRTDEEn ,. ,

such sale] by publication, and afh'rmakmg I such sidewalks. If any owner of any 'I INDFR t.KNtKAL SECTION HTATCTFAHarrby STil OP THE

_----_--_-95 8 22 40 O. C Sw.at I such ale} the tax collector shall not lay construct | j I ..
,\\ 1 property[ nctlc in stvrn that W. E Kn."h. I 1' f
of of N 100 1rF------u..n
'' NE\4\ T J Continued
II: EUI Ald.nnbn--j ( from I'upe :24! '
____ ___ sale for %repair the sidewalks as prescribed by ViurrhmxT of tn, nnlrrtlrtcnt, #n 0P !J
: ,___________ _- _38 8 23 I. 111 Lanlllejl 1\'h l'onfr1Oalol num. "' n'
;.jCt\ ___.____._____88 8 22 40 J A Coloman .---:-:-----:::: U.PO. tion as corrected, accepted and adoplecl and after alph'nj! tho ,such resolution within the thirty days I'' n.i *xtily. of 1X3 sod Is. Unurd. FI.rIIR.by nnidc taxcollector 'J f j. .

of NEil..rdii.V of SW'4 by the town council and that all ing from Ih( each piece of real :]period from the passage of such res- Tlillri, t(* 1.1.I Br.ror d..d July It. filed "Ii .
8 110 I
F' :0 rdL 110 the estate to. the of said ''ulutiun, then' it shal Ibe the duty of I' i-nid ci'HHcntta my olTIc and bios mad -4application
nil to btolt _______-. 2 7 23 n M. F.llaabeth) Glluon 1 requirements of the law and ordinances payment d..II-I'| for dud to In necordnnr ,
w _________ ________ 2 7 8U M.. Nlnnla$ N.umon -::: !.1 regulating the making of the quent tuxes, interest and lnlllll's'I'I the street committee to have the name n Itt law. laS lu. :. Vynil :, u

,W'4. -______:________ 2 ., r 40 Unknown -------------- 12't71I 'a ge! smcnt rolls of the town of including ,its pro rata I I done, and they shall certify the entire ,.., re.nc'ctlv.ly t .mbr.* the 'I .0. :,
,w4' .* 13 A In NW and thereof the council. Thostr.t I tttlost'iitig, .. ,I'Kirida, Y I 4nasrast.d
: costs fee the 'cost to town
.._ ___________ ___ 2 7 22 27 Cfl,5 Starke have been complied with. attorney's surplus "l.t.U.d.r Iniunnc.lnty. of nuchccrtitlcnti'it 'j
'1E\4\ I... II A------NE --------------; 8.8' Dated this___ _Jay of__-_____ _____ if any, .hal be puid over to the owner committee may certify the cost nt lh th* (ivr** ,. '

W ____ '_nn_..________ S 7 22 83 T 'AI""rm.n --------- 12.0 1 I of Il ul! estate so Mold. Ifrfnre (f tho completion of the sidewalk of Innftcr imrtlctilnrly' .n..m.... Io-witt rcnjiMitltftdy .a
NE\4\ IeI1OAInSE Town ta"n assessor ;of" the town' of filing aid, lull provided for herein the each separate piece of property us the ('.rrtlflcnt No. )lH rmbrncM XnrthwrtQunrt r ,
.o: : :" :g JV <;:I --------------- II. O I the 'r of :Nirth\\tf; Quarter anti Halt a' 'liSt
,: ? for is 1..1 1
,j iE;; &-8 iZ{ tiiwr--:: 8 --------..----- 28.07 Starke.To uttorne.v said town Ihll uius to xanu 'olllletcl. Upon rl'll'iptby of Southwiwt Qimrtitr. Bra. 1(1.( Tp. 7. R. 21 '
1l4. of Nw1 of NWt. 4 7 22 5 G C Ii....' I the aililes nU'nt roll delivered to bo examined, the ) the office the 'ouncl of snid Kant contnitilittf' *120.aorra. t'nknownCi 1
11' >
\ of SW .. __________ .. 7 20 Unknown -----z ::: 8e,8800'SE cel'W\ .e '
I" 22 the town tax collector the town tux of the cli-rk of circuit court, the cute of cost it be I the rt ill cut. Mo, till ."br..r Sout hi*** ,

A In Co.NE or Co.8E'4 of..mo of NW__ 5 7 22 4 Anilruw Jaauc.n ------- 6,90 I'' HKseHsor shall attach a warr tot under name or (names of all persons who the town cOlnci to give such property 8 Qunrtor K. L'2 of Eiwt.8o,thw contalninw it I :: rl 40, : .I mmmiivdUnknown. Tp. 7. \; ;I t'.

.W c". 01 8W''" f NE" his hand substantially in the form may have tiny interest in and to I tho owner at 'I1t days notice of tho ; .vI .

,E 730 ft, S 180 It, W 78'f following, to-wit lands described in Slid bill or any completion of such sidewalk and I nlt*.. PHld .urln..I' .bRI r.(?le.mo(| ":) ,' tI'
_________ a Amy Loo : tl .
ft to bug. --- 5 T 22 -------- 413 tin-roof amount of the* cost thereofhich : ncvordinir to I... .il Iftnu thereon .
ail NW' SE'/ To1.-------------------. town tax part ns owners, judgmentcreditor" 10- .1
a .
4oft on th I llth I that of June A. lOJit.ltiititH 1r i ,
.iV'; & all 8W1e SE' collector of the town of Starke: You mortgagees( Itenors or oth tice may be given; by publication for \\ .. my oiTiulnl. .1".lu.1. and this .

'b' & N of b..nch ." arc hereby commanded to collect out 'rwlll n 1 of \hOI shall be imulo ut least ono time in a newspaper published tinmh'I day of Mny. A. t I\2S. .a ,
SE\4\ of 8W'4 N of in the town of Starke b,' \ Q. W. ; I\N. 1
II 7 22 U D. A J B.... -_____ 98.99 of the property, and from each of the parties to said bill. or t'ri-ik Ct PC.It Court, ALI. ., ; '
svi ; n--;:;; w 4 persona firms and corporations named Sec. I 0. The tax collector, at I the written communications sent through Hy C. A. KNU.lir.cnli \I

II 7 22 2 Goo'lia Johnson ______ 1.081 themair and by of Cli.rk. ,
-' I in the annexed roll the taxes set time and plncc of said sale as directed posting a copy Deputy '
;EI: ,' -ex i-Ai ;'; & I In- the court shall "If'r each such notice at the council chamber.Sudi S.IS'.6-S. :
r'.4; of 8E'4 8\3 of I down In such roll opposite each name, .. l.
NE'4' 8\0'4\ of NE,4 __ 8 7 22 214 Jftm.'s Rornoldo: ------- 8978.r. (corporation or firm or parcel of land pl'u of real] estate for sale notice shall state the time anti ,

.. /: Dof NEV. -..___________ 7 7 22 2 o b.rah A. 1I1.aoh --------: 8"U7 'I' therein described and in case the taxes Iy for the c Iol'tlon of ,"' 'Ml'lnrlt'- place ut which tho town council will 1 livuit'flUttER I IIIr?).-rlll' IC'TIO"Florida. Eighth si ,

'" "f NE' NW of 7 7 22 80 G 0 Sweat 18.10 are so impoHvd and are not paidut es asst-x"... Ullint the same, together onveiiH, for the purpose of hearing .ltttirial Ci irault. .tindford County, in Chautcory. I '
----------- I "
Ec 'i--; ;Z.t the time prescribed by law you are with) the and interest nt- complaints upon the construction of I Es.: lhIrr.. q

------------';'---- 8 7 22 tOO unknown ------------__- 28.00 I to collect the same in such manner as tached theieto) and its pro I'atl shareof aid sidewalks and the cost thereof, .a ,. ,
.t, N end of W ,11 of 1W4 I Ia. '11 nd nt the time and place) mimed. insuch (oupl.I..nl. ,
: .: E of RjI ____________ 8 7 22 1 n..lott Odum ___------- 8'68 provided by law and nil sums collected the costs and( attorneys fees and : ttti'.t'i. I'
: l' 7 2l 4.1) J E Sulllv.n -- you are to account for at, the town in the event there should 1 be no bids notice the town counci shall liI'tII'lt"' I It '

,L." o..E'i:' ,:. ----------t;( U 7 22 JU C H )Iorka ____==:::=:: 8: 0JI'"L tax collector! for the town of Starke for said real estate or any part thereof convene for the IWRI'inl It Ll't'ntant Hpm Nnnir I bv sill,In,.It at.nppundml I I to the I an S '
:" \ 7 22 20 T J hl..rman -___________ 607NW (' I complaints the same. U., .. .. ,. '
theaid shall ( d In llm .
% ________________10 7 24 40 A J Grilfi. ____________-_- 11.72"E and! you are further required to make tax collector hid the upon I 11.11., the ,iti. f..1..0 rat .hR".or" &f .
in for and behalf sold are no or if, after hvar- < jttJ
;. & SWJA' of 8E of \ all collections und reports and, a final same on of complaints 1".1.
ifr-idt'iit nf thii of
_____________________11 7 22 80 L 111 LRn"l.y _________--- 14.934W14 report to and settlement with the town of Sturke In of the log compllittl. the same shall np- If I 11,51 MtAla itn ".rlIR., and. oonomlahlm nut be
no ran l4
prpp ,
________________11 7 22 40 Mn Eli.abt-tb C Groff. __ t7'34 slt.flldl' I ot .t
--- found duo ) tear not to he valid, *c i'*rd uimii him nnd I. the ..f t '
town council law and amount same ovnr aye fi $
____________13 7 112 GUu The Southern C.tU. hedln as required by allin/lt
;El. 01 NE'4 the of the said the town council shall then assess the t5roty-outt. y...": It i I. ,' 'fore thntnld 61 I I
Co. __________________180 00 ordinance by judgment or n.dint bu anti "r..o is i
NE% ---- Wi/r&13 7 22 40 T J AIdrman ------------ 945NW'4 : Given under my hand this. .. __day (court with its pro rata share of the entire cost of the same against the tiuitfd, 'tn npivnr" .I"f..d.lt to tho bill of floin.'lnlnt\ flint. 'lii '

& SYg of____ costs anti attorney's' fee.Sec. property and Issue certificate of indebtedness .in paI.i tfnuvp Oi ... .for*? Mondny the 111 h 2I I

",.!='SW&;.NE-----------------i.. of '..W'4 ___141 7 7 III 22 180 UII 111.I': B E I n.B...Dee._ ______-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_:: .4580.34E1' :H :::::::::: _____ ___. I II. Whenever any real estate against such property; 0' tiny uabv I"(OHM of Jon of Mniit.. \. \1 will IttUH.be oiht-rw.mi taken' tIn ..10'J ,
; Mr. E H 1)es ------2" 01 shall be sold under the if to the town council it shall appear : :: ...or. '
22 Tax proceedingshereinbefore .
; of the until 1 ,
town of Starke. ilrfutHinnt.It
:::::::=::::::=: : 40 Inz'1si'y : : :==::::: I assessor .
: 1'o1erd 1172
'5W'4 7 22 Sec. 8. All taxes shall be due and set forth, n deed shall he that the cost is excessive, th1 the I I In further, .r.I.d (111.1 I thin ordrr I bo pablIaIw.t ,
"0 J H Pollard ________: 22:07Jo : ,
of SE'6
:- ; ;' -_---_-_17 7 22 1n'. Iwy J'oll'l"1 __.____ 22.nI payable on the first day of =Novemberand X'cltll i h ,' t the tax collector Ilkiu/ town council may 11"1'88 such portion In tht hIra.iforl"l. County'f..o Tflffrrnitli. M nvwa* .

I SW24 N of Uy ______19 7 24 88 J Hamp Jon,. ----------- s'59Ku.aler the taxes remaining duo and un- \ !al. and delivered to purchaser of the cost against the abutting prop- t,lux-r puhhitliiil, In Html county' mul .1.1.( I '
add to lI..m\on19 7 112 John T Smith ____________ 8.07 piud on the first day of April thereafter accordance. with the provisions cIty as may to the town council np- 1 hi. May 0, 102.1.: I '
4 6 8 of Blk- lI..mp- o. w. AIMHM\N. ,
__________________________10 7 22 John Mull..ly. S ____________ 23.27 hall be (,enforced. the mannerpreserihel hereof and said. deed hall he ( Continued on Page R.) (f"rk Circuit Court. J''It j I
7 8 0 01 Bill 14 0\1\: Loto > by law, and interest at the sufficient to vest in the purchaser n Hy C. A. KNI'. r. I ,
18 H.mn.on. 7 22 A A I\I.Don.ld ___________ 4208I4 4
of Ulk In .10 rate of eight cent fpe simple title to the lands( 'l"lthpl.h >f .inifNS. iH-initv Cltrk.Solicitor .
((8)) F.
per per annum : *
& Q in 1 / of NE/ .net"t for
'1411of: I lea. 2 I from the first clay of April'Miall be free find I unencumbered, of ,. Cmnplah"t 5.11-11.0-1 I
74W A"I ,, ( T 1 ".I i i ".i-y If :O) \ r; II. 4
Cor --------------------0 '1 22 138 'mci. Ivey PolI.rd _______ 40.46 added thereto and collected. Any as- any clnim or claims of any party ., persilo 'u oi i,1.I ,, ,i2..1. I I. l.l':. 'i ONT-'I, 4 I'I NOTICE f tJ
',,;, 2 A in SW Cor .20 22 8 18 Blocker: 22.97 xexHmi'nt of taxes shall be and firm or corporation mado I N'''t in"'"n> .iiv.' 't : -. u".I I ttt '
1f Xf\ f : :::===: : remain I 1
< :, of _---_-_:: 22 20 Frank Adams 6.07A Plltl.S I 1."',,1" I .1' ., I I sue. t Cs'iitlco la h*rt>b v iclvrn to nil prmona In* \
of SE', of SW lose I-a I a lien upon the property asHess- defendant in said proceedings, "th.i"l't f 11..1..1 Itt the ,rtnat .\Villmm C. 1'owiOI. ,
AtnSECorog9nmu ________20 7 22 13 JVione. --__------ 4.89 ed superior to all other liens and only to the rights of rcdomntion Into' of Hrntlford "..Ily. Fh.r'd.' diwciiMvd. I, 4
:,-.W Cor of Lot 4 SD of i claims until the same shall be paid. bv and on behalf of the owner of any DW'OI "lllll" "c"J." that I I. Moivnrt K Towcll iruiinllnn' of Mnrthn ."1 I'
I "1'oufll andllhiim\
4i E 81 ft. .Io..n.* C.
.f SWv run
ft. wII1 ft. N 138 ft to The tax collector shall have power to of said property or other p.reon. interested r COFFINS & CASKETS ; I Jr. nlll on Jumu 1 I H'"l. HL I 10 1 1'"w.l. ...

l' ______________________20 7 22 Ethel Smith _________ 8nl.w. iBHiie (distress warrants und alias plu- therein for and during tho itt, ;: niotnlnt'; : iipply::;: to the Hon. It. A. VI1_ of SW"---------23- 7 2a 20 t'.nk Adams. ___________ ries distress warrants in the name of period of one year from the date of f'' And a Full Line of a rti""' jttitrt' .f llrai(.,"I rotttiy. Flri.la. .t I
mci Lvty 20.163Wt14 "n".. I
NV'j' :Xl_ A n Sil..Cor21:: 7 I 24 22 : Drouldyn: 1nnd ark = a:::::::: I the state and town to enforce( the collection the said Male-] : provided however, that U ntiirtektrt iur' I'h" r ne. ttt't 1..lv.te 0.II plh"o"I..rk....h'fur, .1 I Rn rl"h..r.h.1 tl...

Cur cf E of SW'4.tt on personal property and privileges. there shnll be paid to the purchaser ni", I 11'.1' .f M.rl. .'1...." _
m.Ie.on _________ 2.87 --- ---- I ,
Janv i I I
A for church27 7 22 8 of said ) ( milor Ior of Ih.I
limd said
tE 4.5' 1 of NE'8 7 22 10 John T. Smith ____________ 8.07 1 ; Such warrants shall be exe- at sale or the holder 1111'Itlam 1'.1.. .. ,' ., anti tn I 5
; .
ttofSW1 I. SotRy&1'? I cuted by the town marshal or by any or t tinpurchaser! of snid land at V1OMOIU' UEoKi r.I".ln"I n"'I'd run I ..'.''v. .'. In

"W'i.or SW!< __._--__ 7 22 83 L t. ltrdenb.uah _________ D.IO constable or sheriff./ The officers to 8111 -<:ali'1 or I the holder of Rlil deed I'j A"a,1 hia". ,. llt .. a 1..1 Ir..r.1 ..unly. Flortilu. t.lu.. It t ,
( S of Ry & NI.r! which i the \1 of nnd Ten( stud. tha Houlh 4 1
anitint lowest
I.. II : I whom the wt'ibis directed shall execute may h"V. .fn paid . vtJ r..1 *
't _.I\\ _%___;___of___SJ____.___of___S_20 7 22 U5 J 111 1118".11 _________ 84,84 I the same by service upon the defendant therefor lit said sale, with interest at i tj il, atteotiun to telegraph 1141 not'th (butte i nnd th'e.oiutrt..r. fwt, nil I '
.,& Cur of SI,(, of N94: of If he be found within the the rate of ten per rent per annum Registered KmhaliiinDeWlfl I in Hlofl ''A" of N. .1. .1 tIlt,. ndditlon to the .

.,' << run S 120'AI' :rd.. W 120 I town( and by levies upon the property( from the, date or snid sale until the 1 1. '1 rut of St..rk.'I K.: rOWELL.Ctinisl .

A" N_t204_____)101._____E__12O'j______yu.___29 7 22 a Viney Pa.k.r ________ 8,97 distralnable for such taxes, and he date of redemption.Sec. -C7JONESSTARKE I nn of' Mnl.th.nnlNIJ J"r.tin. lu.,1 nnilUillliim '. I
I shall live public ,notice of the time 1 12. Tlip town ( Powal. Jr.A .
of !
NE Cor NW4 Nyf
22\ 'oun'i .hnl :
: : ___ 1,19XE' ) ( .
: 7 5 1II..d.m.R Knott'& Pitt
20 have 1.\
and place) of sale of the to and complete
property ,
2U 11 22 40 1.nkno..o: ___________ 11.72 ful IUlls.ldlon.t'har FLA _._ lor. iuHnlmn.I _5-H-Kt-g-l!. .
\ --- In- sold<1 at least thirty days previousto control over all (' 3 0NoTICE
| plhl
"E.. NW" cx S A n I .
& aflfs' oN\V' N ofAnNWCor the mile by publication in a newspaper streets I public roads I UVl'IIS. it fn'III"CI ________29 7 22 60 ltQICnott----------------I 19.06 in the town of Starke; provided leys and driveways within the limitsof In Circuit Court. EUbth Ju.Hrfnl Circuit

.4.. "' I.t 00 N side of 0 E S of& that if the person owning or claiming said town und shall have power to NOTKE OP FINAL O1HCIIU.R It,'a.lr"fi'Ihrdt*.Lounty in'I lnir Jnlnad Horiiln'by In It. It.(Mmncvry.Out .
of too ft
.''I"ht..Irun way t 405 ft. N 502ft. / Hitch property cannot bo found in have "h.lruclnl'' ri-movod therpfrom, Nolle 1 hurchv on the Ilv..n, t, all ofuwjt whom*',it A aunt. I It I 'h I ,.,.. I.r hlla..n.l. and nut j t

,> S 682 ft. 10 "t of heir the town no personal service shall be and t. >trlin HI.I regulate the use I"nrvrl. I ihnlt' imply, to the.v }I"nl.hlo It. .\. rron.l. "" I ,
___.___20 7 22 II J 111InKw.1I I ___________ 2.71 I i rtnd I of the I bv Green. VttW. .
IIC Swtl of NW" required. Af any time previous to the o"Clmatol" sinie ) any county Jut lire. .jmJir prohnUt ft rmy Hylvi-.t Hun.1.... !. J. II.CninpbcM & \\4t'

,, o! 111k_ 2__SD__'::_NE_of 88 I 22 4 Walter. bitten ________ 12,02 sale, the owner of.such property nuiy person corporation whatsoever ".i tOt 11111, (hutihArvo itorun ,H. n"mol..r.I.lx. nnd, of that that nnd Unknown. t>*r* f. I, P
-- -- ----- -- ___ 8.07in .f .. ; 1 ,, '
Hampton- --------------3(1( 7 24 J M M..xw..11? ) __ release the same by pnymi-nt of taxes to the end, that the comfort, nt, ihu HHIU tuna I will 'ptfufnt .0 my no-. I .n. d.r.n.l.nl.

S Hwnptun ____________so 7 U J 111 1\1..11 -___________ 2H.80 UU and the charges for which the safety and welfare of the public maybe count IIM lulmtniHlrntrix of aml l ..Ino. urn, ) !111. 10 r"initt olutid. quirt title anti othvr I f I a '
re I
131k it I In Ilnmpton'JO 7 22 P J PearCe -------------- I I't liable hi Hold. In 'ured imd The HMU Tor I heir* a""vRI.Ilw" S in t
Is town fired
8Bi : : : same to case any sei ( pix-xervc'd. 'I'. nil I (n *hnm it nuiy ttoncvrn. I g

'I, __..SU.____n___Hampton_________cx__30 7 23 W G S.al. --------- 6.81 levies shall be made as aforesaid, the council is hereby authorized. by ordinance June 5, 11U3 MRS. IdA P.UYAN. It niiptitrlnir thM nhovti by CNIIH the. unit r 'h.bill,* are of known com"plnlnt I i 'it', 14'

:NE't> ,.... ity right of \y officer making, the levy shall be entitled tn regulate, provide, for and. require ft.MiUT'JT Ailminlnlri.trtK.NOTICE nnnifd in(n-monn boll vi'tl It ha Inler.t'' In '. h I. i ut 'I

&IV'I., o of.Nsifu\' &of NE':... SE ao 7 22 13q J\; [ 1\1..11\ ___________ 48.28 to .the same fees as allowed thl'hpritf. the olwnlnI. widpnlnt, l'"tl'ld-1 TO JMDDEKH SIte iipopiTiy: ; thi-min.tlmerlhml.' ::. ::..,,, % e of i
--- Whlt"'n -8.2R I INW'.4 unIt and ttwlift'tu'i'. i Is unknown, stud oomiilHlntinUi .1-! aJ
VI 7. \\"lIor -------- streets avenuesalleys
t"SE'of 22
,, SW',4' of Jijl30 7 Htatlfd lil'l will tie rruH\0d, Iiv the Itonnlof nnd .f
84.24 It-Mtn tht'rirtn that t tlu-y iln know s
____30 7 2l 120 14 P C.llth'o ------- Sec.: !9. If the taxes real estate and public places the 'on"tru-I nt
'"t N'. oC SW'S | on ; ( lit ml TniMtMB of Hr. ., tLrta n ple of 1.0,1 lying shall not be paid, before the first day tion and. maintenance of HI.llwllksl ,Kin, nt 'th. ulTfr* of th. Becrc-mry of thy Uimrd <> to ntrliiin if any of known..nnme.l
'. & S A I. _________ 2.17'' nt Mtarkv, tJorliU until 2 clock r'. tn. : holli tid to bv Intfrtwli'il: In Paul prop
'NJ.ofNfr., .: 22 8 J\\; 1I1."w.1I 'of April next afU-f the tax roll shall and street (pavement; thp establishment i 11 rktottH
O 7 .
-- ___ ,hi. ly.) 111.! ), nt that tun \In In rxlntunr* and thnt tbor
28.60 or
_______ imbl.cly opunIM riy. HHd.
________________________::13 7 t4 tOll W K Alhoud, 1l.7A have come to the hands of the taxI and maintenance and kpppinl in ). for : .nr nrt ciihi-r' 'iifmon belIeved to ba l In
"C NWI ________________3S 7 23 40 L J Turner -------------- I I I collector, the town council may require order of grass plots nncl. infront ('".1 ruIOtati, a 'till .npproxltnntt'ly 100 ft nld """Prly." ..he than thn In..tl ..

Cor of SW',.. of NW14. the tax collector time there- of property between property Ion* nt tho north approach, to the Santa K. ,l.r.'I..I. anti n.".. mid. ,rmi.dwnc' of ,
in S 314 ft. thence SW 004 't any river hrlil"* nt Ir..k... conlAtnlnsr uteproalmtttoly i. a Inkn.wn In Hut nomplatn' I
E aid, of Ry Hunt of way, utter, to make a cop ot the USHCSS- lines or outside. of 8Id'WIIII anil. the t HdOO( ru. ...rii l. I'tnnn flint ol.h nntN, mul...n.In .. ., n'IUf In firnyvd nuiiinit .

lot NW on right of way 418 mont rolls showing the unsesHinent of driveways anti. the of the I be m.n Nt thu olfic. of th county pnvln.vr. sun. known hi. and unknown nn.n (
h neo NE R34' ft to N lineall : any hit, tract und parcel of land, us streets ; the drainage and ; in of 'Mm lti J forty, thence E 284'j ft Jones ____________ MOW till or alL bldo. or nil pcrMnnt olnlmlnir any (ntitrMttunilt'i
'" 3G 7 22 8 James the sonic appears upon the town assesxmcnt low places ')1111 or private W. E. 'ronoOc ,' or ihrounh them or oth.r of thi-m. or .

''cOv.t'S; of"NE"i"S"8 A"ln Mm C A Brlnson __-__-- 12.02 roll which he shall certifyto 1\1( to public and tho ,')pllinl (", A rUTCH ... oihfi'wlnii., ali nil unknown pratna olRmln., ,
1 '... of NEU' _--_--35 7 22 2S Southern Cattle- Feeding be true and correct of the un putting in /.'er..t.rt'l____ H.nl-8.M t itity lnt-r "*" ".MVt' _. I.. nn n__ _---______.__.ott 7 2J 81)) The .. ., a ( copy 'I In.r propel l'on.ltl< "iirrlhi/d' or nny hart tttt'rmtf 11', '"'r W. 'Sri.sister -
oi"\1-\ ; .; 'SGuiTor1; -:::: i: town assessment roll of the assessment nlncfi( ( requiring such putln proner \oncR ro CCSTRATOHI i4airrsl.n. J. H Campbell" or either 4'If
of NE'4 E of Rr: 2 8 22 14 W T 807 of all the lots parcels or tractsof eonditon tn tit,' public flflttridn| .1 ha | | lonr| < r tb"tn. or othorwtne( nnd nil p""n. known 0I t Su
N'V'IWI.. SWt,4 __________ 2 >8> 2J 20 O F Wackerman. ---------- 11.72V land. described, therein which welfare ad l the construction of nmlmiiintennnvu of litmil, 't',. of Ilincirnrtl eotinty. ... "m'd. or "kulwn. clwiinlnir nn luttfnvt I"In t.
PJI'URVCS ------------ urmn ; a I
.; NV ;4 _--_----___ 2 II U 40( hlH. .t the olfictr of th* tWn-tnry of I h..ln.rur rit-neriln. ,prop.r',. or any iS
: :NW4; 4o Wlfo of NW\4\ & ___________ 82.OS the taxes have not been paid, and to of water mi inK. KI\l'rl board, ,nt Htnrkv.I Klorhln. until 2 o'clock u. 11".r. Iylnr mid b.lnif In Bradford I''
,\ ____ ________________ II 8 22 202 W tl C Hunt roster. __-__________... 72.152 deliver the same to the town attorneyor and drains anti to provide for the pay in., of Junu lit. H 2J; nnd *t that timo pub* I.t '. .f d MViHb Hl iw( follow '
_____n___________..____ 4 II U II n.p K. WBckerman- ---------- 45.SO some attorney at law that may be ment of the cost thereof liy ircncnilI 1.11 oprnid, for ...tru.tll or fin-, : l'a' .
_'J( -------------- 5 S 2J 1M .________.. 11.72s'I' 1..ln.. the followHIT! .1 ... or East If.If .., the Sttutlwe.t Ounrtnr of lh.
---------- .t. t
i' ______ S U 40 Unknown selected by the town council\) for the I I taxation or by pocliil ifiscHHincntntrninut !
"1 NE'4 ___________ 8 \Vackerman _____-____.,jl,02 I I Mraclford .ounty: 4tthw.st iJimrtv of Urn Northesni (.ltarler )
,0 SE". of NW',4', II U 8-10 G 0 collection thereof which certificate the property fronting or nlmt- lt : of NE" a wi.r; shall be prima facie evidence of the )I the *allovt i '102 Approxlmnt, Irnirth 118 mllM.Th ,ttit i Smth. lisa Twunty-twr ( > (
IIr :NE'; ; ,. &: SEex Ej of Hutchlmon ..- 51.84BSD tinl uiujri "tr..tH. Ovpnll'' total! qimnUtii of th. 11am. on which Do : to.I the mid, bill ,: nt onor I -
LeRoy ----- 1.1d"nC. nppinr .
,,t tAE4(, of SE L, ___ '_0__ \\I 8 23 190 John contents of the assessment roll and puhlia place where th(- xamu i.mpi* nla .M 0..1.0 nr. nppn>xlmatly: saOtlIwm bvFor tin, duty of f2'A.: 1H.M.: I
'I NE' of NE"4 & i"E oft of the levies made thereon and all in proportion to the froijtnce of i ihifrlnw thtnmo Ito n ..ln. day of or
& W' of taxes .delinquent. as shown by said tho property frontinl$ or ..ihnttinurthereon ( and vmtiblnir* 2215. Hem.Knrnvutifin mild bill will bo taken as eunfffMiMHl Nti-nln 5S.tlI.

NW'SW'4, &of NIV"t,.of_ 8W'I.____.__II_:__Wi_-_ \\I II 22 280 L M Langley .. .-------------144 80.1(1 611( roll, if not paid shall be collected bv ; the A.III, nAM"Mment being Ittel: ) m".hln.. 2H.OOO irrndinir.) cu. y 700
____-_-_- __________________10 8 22 84" C Unknown> V Wackerman. -----------------.-. 2.70 a suit of equity, and \In such suit all mirde per front foot If nhutilr'propprty. m Innh rlpo. 400 lin. ft. I'I.lr",1! .r Kt'nvrnt' 'r.h..nl.h.clollnU"n. publbhwd, In I
____11 8 2J 8 --- '.'4 Inch pipo., UO 1m ft. .
.r 'EI' of NE'4 of NW',. Unknown ----------. 8.70 delinquent taxes dJe the town of or such nnrt of Hi''ak., aounl/ .
; _. s 24 8 $truntime., ai.dOO ft. oiird nittnnur. Ir."lr.,1
iiu, SW',4 of NW4.I .ll \\ un,. A. V. IrfiDif. JI.lu.lr *
.;; ft fo NB" of SWM--iO A Stark for one or moro years shall thereof a! tho (''"m'l mny determine; Clny nyrfneinut r nttt.rlaI.l 0.000' ou ytt.. ti) pull' to."I.; nUo thw ( .
E HII ft of EII, or SWI -U ': be Included. in one bill.'nnd\ nil own- and in case of ." or filling In Mimnit, nnil nrinplnir aiHnd-clny.I tfurfnro 2pI,- t.,inl| .iiitiHttir, (of. tho(..rU ..rl w.1 nn th. olTIlitl '

'\. II: g'of NW4' of E'i e. ers of each and every parcel of real of low places ( other than streets, av- alto . A work to h ilon In wIth
W 4 A of SW\4\ of EI.. 1 "r.l.r. May, A. D. 1929.
&: W'6 against which taxes shall he ) dan- .
"' of NE' of SEI" e" 8 A In Land Co. ------- 24.47 estate, .nUIM. public places or alleys th* pinna nod Inoru.II".o.. "* provb- (I. W. A I.PKriMAN. 5.'.
': ECor# N of Ry ____---13 8 22 75 Brooklyn -- delinquent], shall be made parties to remiss) to pubiin health, the ,'I..onlnl Umw, MtifciHl I ; :|,,- .. : :tv..n'', Clerk Circuit Court flrndford 'ounty, Flor

:\ In SE Cor of that portion of said suit if the owner or owner un nml putting In proner cnnd'tlon of prtuotal Kjich anti oI"o: ; r ,' : \ I by oortlIfd :
.E', of SE'l, Iylnl N of Ry bo98 thereof are known. Said bill in equity requiring tich work to be done ( bii bank Urtulford A. JInpw!
ft N & 8 bjl 111 fl E 01W \ -------4.1* .lacl'l on n. county Cfimplnlnnntji. 54Otl29.< 1NCfU'R 4
.v Gaines
,..rall..1 with Ry _--___13 8 22 p.ter shall contain a (description of each to protect the publC health and wel mm It* payable to C. A. Fntch ..... DonrtJ .I.I \

I '_: ft of S 1000 ft of NEll '0ft separate piece or parcel of real estate fare. The tOI provide of llnnd Tniaa. ( for flv. par rent of the 1 1I" I'
co"n1 "hll mount bid. wvldcnc* of tr<>od futlh nndnit
)t 8 A 4 A in i 6W It Cur E of.w' 01\ 4 4e the amount of the delinquent tax for the payment thp l'IKt of nurh, n trtinrnnt.that If .w.r'i.si the contrnt the Circuit ourt for Hrndford County, j

:. by. 6.11 of SE'4.It N belna 01S _830_______.-...13 I 8; 22 10 J B Thompson .-..--.-.-__--.-.u.liIo.--- ..., due against each piece or parcel of work by .p"'cinl nonewiment of the .th* hlddur, .1 es.cI. th. contract nmt "'lv. f'lorMn.. In InvfMtmi'nt ohnnevry.I Compnny I ,$1 lT 0

N of of NE1/i & W'j( & IflH.fiO( real! estate the for pont thereof of stub of the t 1..0 n 5 .qll. \
NW'i 8 22 BMO n D Clayton --------- 72.fi2 year or years or pArt 1 i to reject any or nil Corporntlon. 1 r
,. tv tlf BE'',. ----------------4________15 8 U 3 2'I'' 13 F Wackorman ------------- i=-8u which the same shall be due, and thn rout nt may be provlr'r bv onlinnnretinifaii biilft. r..rv" I ; I -

-.. '4 .5 NW\4\ of SE4-_ _______rI5 8 U 2111)) 1,. M Lanitley -------- name or names of the owner or owners t the ,property upon which the I'inna nnd iciflentlonii| may hf NINTH. nt the Cm"Ialn.nt I Ifho

of E"SEI4 of NE .. II 360' G F W.chrm.n ------- 88.79 occupant or occupants to whom work Is done, anti. the town ahull haven nlftot. nt tti. county ..nifin1' *!*. sad 0'1.1. ofth Florid' Land anti Imrnlicrn I Ilion I
'E'. of SE '4- _______________.17 8 22 .,'.flcatlnna mny h* ob.ln." from t h. (uniimny. A c.irpomtlon I eat
shall be
Z'WSO \ 73.06 the same assessed: and upon lien aunerror to all other liens upon cordnry of the bonrd .1 |mr copy I, ', '
of .1.
1.01. Lot I 2 8 0'of NE'S SE'l' Ok _Ea_____________21 8 22 73 O F F 'X..okerm.n Wackerman -- -- ------------------- 56.76A the filing in the office of the clerk of abutting property or noon the e"I.I. of th* pinna mnv b* obtained, from n.f.nlo..... ,
,'%v ot NEIl & NWV&2' 8 2A 200 the circuit court a bill for such tiurPOBP property drained and In or the Nvtirfrtftry vt th* board .t f KM. ...h. Hill (Said| Till t % .
fil,1 W. K.
4 .of SWU ft NEVi Of SWU AFst 8 22 180 Columbia Farm Lands Corp. 45.80 the clerk of such court shall 1 issue > Henned un and l put In condition AFUTCIf, 'I'OHIII.C. Tm.HfCrVtnry. To tho riuridn. Knnd I lmrmvr.itIon' Com :.
.* ...... ''
W ;. at of:oIE"Llee.NWU 10It.. in -NE----CorA --- notice of the filing of said bill an the (Rill mny he for the flAHVEKTIHRMKNT -l Nf.f-2 pKny. aorporntton. Frank Wails, Osrsp E

E' NE'i of SWHA find, cause th< same to be published of the aperinl Hhny. J.m. Hu..r nml John Meltao, .
of NW'i } amount 81..lsml.nl. HUt UTIlITIES, RUCIP" trustees of I lh. r Compnny.rorporntlnn a if'
"E1, of SWVi Toss 10 '... St. Brooklyn Land Co. -------- 52.02'S for four consecutive weeks. in a newspaper with the Interest thereon MENT W. If.lur.l.al".1. wlfo. i. I

or. ........______...____.*i 8 S3H J IM 12 W YFulier --------- 8.64 published in said town; and in and the cost nf collectin thereof.Sec. HcHleil prnponnlai will l I.* t>ciHv.I by theItonl riel.;, Oasis. John 0.1.. Irfriloua. nnd hln wlfo.. '
tofSWiofNE! !'.. ---------8 shall Truntf. >. of th. Town of Htnrkn. FNtrMH. uUn (,.ilHut. d.r.nd.nl. whooo ..Id.n.* /
/ the event there be no 13. The town council t Its ,
newspaper '
I until 2al: oo lock p. m.. on Jun. 25, \II\ M. are rack nnknoYou ,
A car of steers was! shipped by published in said town, then three dis'retl.n. "hRI have the right to a<- fur uUI.I.i *'suiim.nt listed b.". tlflF.ET1Nl5 fr, 0
I to Plant City. copies of said notice shall) be postedin "ei" of the t'uit of ncqulrln town ...at will nt thin tim. open and and ugh of you nr* hvrwby rqulrdttt 1
J T. Hickey Tuesday l publicly proponl properly iibmit-.- IM and to. appear, before th. Judti of the
places within !the limits lands for street .0
To Cure a Colt \\n One i1iy made the wild pastures conspicuous >f any purposesaaint Circuit Court for the Eluhth Judicial CI. I
Tali,. .AXATIVE EROMO QL'INIVE: :- iTaMeMMOIHI Rains bavin > of said town and a copy shall be the nbuttinp property on each 2 .eirninlwl unit'. sack( to *.n.n\ soproal.macely cult of nnrda. In and for Bradford county.on 'tJ
the Cough anil Hrailwho nnil w.'..'. of I rich the animula I were I in prime I cond.tion. published in a newspaper publishedin \ We of the street, the one- I 7fl K. V. A. of *l. I n.-uty. n* th. tJ June. 11)21. a- 'Oe
r" t.Ub<.... .'... Iemnlnlnl thrthfu. i'iOO' volt currvnt nnd 1 to b* house ,In .aid I courity In Btark Florida ,
A*. '
F lmiatuieuae :
<1 gROVEr and I
Bradford in casethe ho such
| county: third to paid l by ; '
rated by fnid oil Internal com bunt(on anwr a of complaint ...hll.lt.1 'p, 4
___ po.tofflce Address of the owner occu- costs In the di.rrl.tlol of the town ulfi**. you tn .. hi by Liberty Investment .. ,

pent or person .whom said real estate council mny he Included In the a se xmpnt I rrud oil atomtr tank of spprouImsteIy a onrimratlon oricanlxiid and xuitinif under p
(5Ith,0( utahans capacity.iM the lawn of the at at* of Florida.Tli i 1
may be.. assessed or any other made for street Improvement ot npiinix" mntly. '.ltrnntlnir .Iectrie al'. rndford County Tvlcuraph a weekly I 'I 0uewsaiter

INSURANCE person or persons who may be parties the time j-jf ijpprovInK any street, nve- ,nt ".Ithoul meters. [uhllnhfl 'In fcttark, Urndfordciunty i

GENERAL defendant to said bill are known nile, driveway etc., In the lamo rertificote. I It"t .r.! .tr.t II"h.,nod. hrak. .' ... ,in hereby il.*!.tnatd' the

- o H Id .nl.1' tnn.for.r. .inhmi for *i itiht *ona*,,
NM AN & RIT ? each of said parties requiring them Ser. 14. The town council shall I 100 It .., ...d type Impeller The land ncrlbd In the bill.t eomptnlnt

to appear at the office of the clerk of have the power to prescribe sidewalk pump and *lcctri motor. In this .aiuM the till. to whish oui/ht t .
AUTOMOBILELocated I ISO ft. nnd nubmurfftd type tmpelluriiurr tat. 'iJl 1 .Ud avuinHt th. abov dfvndani,, .
the date be
court to
said namedIn
LIFE BONDS upon specifications ant the power to prescribe ,. and rlrctritf motor. Dart tul dricrili an ltiiow., to-wtt
FIRE. said notice not less than thirty the al Hll walkn] or I ltd ft brad otfntrtfutrnl boontr pump and rant lj.rrt: of irthwt Cjunrtvr and North

of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 days from the issuance of the said footways built In o town and thfj .lretH motor. .. wl of ?Nnrthm (." .r.. soul 1 NorthHalf ,
in building H lash 10 inch about
I 600 In
t said bill. ..1 or f. t>f lo.h..t Muarur N.r..t
Hours Every Day. rotice to answer All suits materials of which the same hall be depth, Ourtr. th* iuthwit

instituted under the proceedings of conntrurted : they shall have the power I "oncrrl rtmrvofr of 80.000 .lon .O Vf rthn-t f the nubliamad. :
FLORIDA this article shall be governed by the tf require owners to lay, psct, I*now n nit th* Htark* anti Hnndirontoad
StARKE. rules in chancery proceedings that property A ffrtiflc'J .t*.M for flv. prr sent ((9 ... all uf lh ...1 land. b.nr, In Hvctlon I, P
construct or repair aidewalkn which
> of fa amount shall accompany cash Townclifn South Ia""* .*.t. and ,
are now existing or may hereafter be front their property, In thn following fr,7 mate rnyabi tn th* Bond Tm..t*B of cnntalnlnv 140" arr* I lens ; and which

-_ provided and the judgments or decrees manner: The town council may by Town bl itrke. .a nruarantr of ln matS a,. also drcrlbd l I.. On.. 'TWO, 1
D. A. MORRISON. to be entered in said th* th* blddr. Thr**. rour *td Plus ofgFUirwne. K Cn .
P. SIMMONS resolution, order property owner to 0".cIflcal.isi andintttructlonn See.
HAROLD.HUME Wm. ft TmPrnMent .. procee.J to bMiUrv nova ,"do..lul In the North Half of
VicePr..id.' SM Inl" shall include the construct sidewalks of a nrewribed call *>. o".ln.| from Jo*. K. Crnlic eo".ult, ann K. TowMbm 6 Houlh Range 2i
penalties and costs of said suit character which front on their property Inc King St.. Jak.onvUl ., and containing 141 acr.. mur* or (.- .E th' i 1.
Poultry .
Best Fertilizers Insecticide prayers and a reasonable attorney' fee to be within thirty days from the paspaire by will dvpoattlnif h* returned on. .dollar. .11 p".RI thrfor.to whish sub.mitt.4 -I. acrwaw low : Lot In On.each ontalnln.r of aald lota 41 *bjlnir Ntt-lOu a MIM.I .

Fair Prices fixed by the court which coats and at- of such resolution: Immediately or th* .it Two contain 80 and 40-100 nan. Lot
Supplies Honest Goods [tomeys I fee shall,I b nro-raUd and upon the passage of such resolution, Hr< praal .bl *alMl ror..." .ta Th.* aontaJnn .7 and 4B-100 aer**. Lot Foul .
( the several bond trunt* of Stark. ..n'.ln 22 acn, Lot Flee contain |tt ..
I added to f.
taxe he the duty clerk
It of to
Shipment delnqul'nt Ihal th T .' bond truntM* lb. to 73.ltttt( .,
Prompt and the court. In and > decree, ma copy thereof to ealh property JM-t any or all bid t .such portion Witn*.** my hand and aval I of ..10 court
shall direct the tax collector of the owner affected; but. failure to receive "/ the abov. uipmvnt| an funtle will th'. the Iflth ilay of April A. .J r
n.ihbor-He know allow nnd which *I. in theIr opinion the G; W. 'LEp '
A.k ,
said town Strrke to the landsdescribed t ;
your o 81 such notice by any property owner tMtt lnt._t .f the U wn of Stark. CTvrlr: of C'rcult' Court for t
"C. lairs price hit b.for.Jl.iiyu. >fr ? said bill decree at hall not invalidate any future' proceedings 1" ordr of Bond Trt. Flord '

iackinvWe] Fla public sale to, the highest and best by the town In the 1. .C1'1LrY.: By C A. KNIGHT. 01'
counci A. Chairman. 7). r Uputy Clrlui j p

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r !L CIIAUTEUConunuHfrom to the frontage on sald.trl'et 1 to its acceptance by the town council, ''things necessary to be done under the, 'I'I' red upon the said town of,Starke the,,1, I -
A PRUi OSI'U: NEW; CITY .proportion alley, park or onathinl in the event same is done under contract .. ordinances, including labor and inn. I ,said municipality is hereby vented[I'i The Aye'.jo Way

,of the amount of highwaYl suchimprovement. the said town council shal 1 terials and the lien thereby created | with all the rights/\ powers and prlvi-, Ono trouble with lie 'roanbIs: >:, .,.
f 1)P ( Page 7J) I I cause to be published in a newspupui r shall gofer' interest and all costs and l I I lejres. under nnd by virtue of the ,gen" ', way so many: of our J'ounll ., .rf
h ,G -- Sec'. :!ITho town council, as soon in the town of Starke a notice of th! expenses; of publication of imtice and! crud corporation laws of .he !state ojMoiica flint enere's no chunce ti, u, .' reel
f, pear reasonable and issue certificates n. card. assessment. is made, shall is- completion of the said work, whirl:i costs of collection, including attar, now ;n force and! which may ;top In this era Clr coinblnntl. ", till
therefor. The council shall dispose .."U' certificates of indebtedness for said notice shall contain a statement t t ni-vs' or solicitors fees and court costs. 'hereafter be passed.Sue. Illation and big hUMln"lIs.(1.' 11<01.

'' of Much certificate* at public Hale or ttlH amount so assessed against the of the total cost of the work, and ol f' and reasonable engineers fees. 2. That if, for any reason,, teoteilly.! settle ;
for the construction of the sidewalk I to do\
r pay ,ii.utting t. property, in separate certi- the total frontage of lots liable tliens u> Fee :128.! -When at any time the any section or provision, of this act 'rUe, ,
rork !
with such cortiticatv bonds as l'o"I'o'-Qblo
't or fuutcH. 10 be issued against each tract therefor, and the amount of the 1, town council of :Starke; Bradford I shall be adjudged unconstitutional ori ; Srll r 1U
1 may be issued against the. same in of land +assessed; containing a description lien per foot claimed by the town hut t t c IIlInhl'lorlda, shall have,.. ordered otherwise in-operative, such facts -
1. the Sumu bonds manner/ issued.us street improvement of the land, and the amountof in such notice the name of the ownei. the paving, ;grading, curbing, or othI ,i' shall not be held to affect ;uiy 'othersuction .
\ 1 SnUI
ce'tilicates ,
I I s be lire the assessment, together with the or owners or other persons interest. I erwiso improving of any street, drive or provision in this act constrained tr.Jllmlmm" IIWIltt:: ;. : .. ';;.w
i may made in five equal installments urvneral nature of I the improvement ed I in said! lots need not appear but t: ways, avenues: or alleys, ouLhur im-, I but such other sections oprovisions
in three
payable one, two only a sufficient description of th', | ovements and there shall he abut-,
live f'ir/' which the assessment was t made, pi shall remain! in full forcoI
snit in ten
:.' instalments' payable years or in one, equal two| an.I. tit date thereof; said certificate lots, as to make it capable of Identification ''itt property only on ono side of said I und ell'ect as if the suction! or provisions a---
three five Mix shall be payable to bearer in one to shall he necessary, and saiii I improvement said town of Starku adjudged unconstitutional or in-
four seven, eight
\ notice shall set a day for hearing ol' IJradford: Florida is author- '
v nine, ten bearing interest not ten years in ten equal) annual installments county, I operative.had not been incorporated -
tl H '' to exceed years six cent and with interest to be fixed by the all complaintshich the owner oowners r i izml i to pay for two thirds. of such improvement I in this act.
t per ; as noon town council at a rate not to exceed or other persons interested iit t, I i and assess the other one- I All laws and of lawsin
I ax practicable after the issuance of Sec. 3. parts
six cent annum, payable semiannually said 1 lots may desire to make against: : thi"d against: the abutting property; .
of this
\ such certificates of indebtedness by per ;pur conflict with the provisions : 25
r 'I the assessment of the costs of suchimprovements. the town's two-thirds,
of the issuance i one-third or
from the date cent
the town council the town clerk I': act shall be, and the same are hereby
of the certfjcate. of indebtedness; I At or after the time'! us the case may be, of the costs oft
cause the name to be entered in a sideviilk repealed.
of hearing, if no legal reason is shownto >, such be paid
the payment of the said certificate : improvement may
i lien book .
improvement _
out t
I .1 t'T A street improvement lien book and nemi-amiua! interest .shall be the contrary the cost of such improvement of funds borrowed for that purpose -
t .I which shall contain as far as guaranteed by the town of :: Ktarkc shall be assessed! againstthe in the manner as hereinbefore., SUPERSTITION AN OLD ONE
pructicublo |
abutting/ in the mannerhereinbefore set foith out of taxes levied for street
the same data- as provided fOI'In and, in- case of non-payment' of semi- 1 Want Ad
b tinitiiul, interest or principal at maturity I provided. purposes ,
a street improvement lion book, '
and the payment and collection nf by the property owtier, the .Rame I i h'ec.:! ". 1. As soon as practicable,' .See. 29.! The !said town of Starko, Modern Belief Concerning Groundhog
1 1 such certificates! shall be in the same/ ihiill be redeemed by the t town, at the i and within thirty days attiM* the issuance 1 Bradford county Florida, is also IIM- I Day Has Come to Us From Early j

manner as piovided for street! assessments iption IIf the holder thereof but such by the town council of any i thorized\ and empowered at the tins German Folklore. .
the town shall I not dU- i certificates of indebtedness as hereinprovided 1 of -
"redemption by doing any paving or improving to
will sell
1 Whenever bonds are issued aaninstRuch /: charge the lien or assessment againstthe the town council shall causeto :Imniiect water main and 1 sewer connections i We owe our superstition, of groundhog a ;
certificated, said bonds) shall be abutting property; and, in case ofnonpayment bo entered in u book for that pur- and fittings and the cost of day to the terinans, who hold the )

f of substantially the same maturities of semi-annual interest, I I jxise, lien known book us the the date street of each improvement cer-- 1 such connections and fittings! may heI \Idea: la regard, to the badger.; TheyI
ax the certificates which the < asp;} installment. upon any cirtifiis"d I assessed. against thp abutting propIl'l.t would j jI
"Tho shepherd
I hove
against 1 titicute. the lot which the lien is a su.vlni;
bonds < ( i' i.ider the provisions of I upon I l. in the same manner ns street' imI -
are i>Hii\
Jylid claimed; the amount or amounts duu I rather I see the wolf I enter hl-t stable on I
r r :' 15./ All 1 sidewn'fcrtiflcatos, 1 hnet, it shall be optional with tte! ; I, proieinents! and such constitute a lien I i $$200 Horse
I .shall contain a I provision whereby the jlti"r thereof: to consider the wholef I!according! to the terms of such! certificate in the same manner as paving liens' 1 Cnndleman' duy than tho Him" AM thebadger
I when due, and such other in- is little known east of the Mississippi
l prop ?ty: owners may: pay l sold curtia'cptci -id I principal um expressed in except the whole cost of "said tittingsand '
the shall
formation council
.1 certfliate; due I as town shall the (Herman; belief u" to
In full by Riving thirty ,dn; a- as immediately connections be charired river
r t. tire of hiM intention to pny the sam, i 1 ;payable' with interest to date The < deem ad\ isuble. I against the abutting! property. The, the little creature's abilities us a

I' ,' I IInd the property owner shall have the ( rtilicate when issued may bo sold or :j Upon the payment of any certificate i town council may cause the costs of i weather prophet was transferred. to the or a
11 1 right tn I'lltJw; cost of tho constriic- i SJIOMM! of in payment of said work I i I so entered in said street improvement the making putting in of) such tit- groundhog. I

f; i" 1 tlon of said sidewalks at any time before (.r improvement, or for cash, at the lien book, the holder of uch c'r' .fi- :, tings and connections to be assessed.
''i I I the certificates arc iM8Ul.I--.pr. discretion the town council, and! all ,,, rate shall produce the certificate to i jwith! lire other costs of the tmiro\e-| Pope Uplnsliii.; In the Fifth century,
the clerk of the town of Starke for I Instituted Caiidleiiiiis day as a cliurrli
certificates of indebtedness
ltt I within ten days thereafter without constitutIng ,, ] meats as against the abutting) prop-
1 .1 I paying: I Interest. Failure to pay any > a lien upon abutting/ property )I cancellation, and it shall be the duty I erty, or may use separate certificates j' festival.! Tope Innocent XII, In a sor- Gar
,. + I., t installment of sidewalk certificates Chilli be payable at the ollice of the. of said clerk to cancel said certificate, I[ for the cast of said fittings and con- !' moil \siild "Why do we la this feast : i $$1000

I : wit'.i : the) t time specified shall cause 'own council of the town of Starke. j u.s well as the record 1 thereof in the I nections. I I carry candles? Ilecuusc at the begin-!

,I I the whole amount to become due and Sec. :Jl.! The town council at Its Btrt-1: improvement lien book, and! in j I. Sec. 80. The said! town council is j I nlng of the pagan) feast of Februalln n .
w ; payable, and, it shall be the duty of ,option, instead of disposing of the' the event that the whole amount represented hereby authorized. and empowered the people walked) about the city with
rt 1'0 the municipal authorities enforce ertificates of indebtedness and Iruar.ntt.t'inll by said certificate \is not from
Q to clerk time to time whenever unitor
one In of C'rell'senrch
.. the thereof but only a portion thereof, 'the lighted candles memory or a
the J payment in all such cases where payment userdnhl.fo'e more'of a street. or streets, avenue I I
for her daughter Proserpine,
shall enter the back of said certificate ,
the owner shall bo in default us to ) provided, may retain upon alley or driveway, or sidewalk is
.coo any payment. The town authorities such certificates of indebtedness and i I the amount so paid, the date completed, to immediately make stolen by Pluto. The holy fathers
1 1 shall have the right to accept from leposit the same with the town coun-I I of payment and shall make a similar and issue certificates assessment I| could not extirpate this custom, so'

any person owning an interest in any 'il us the case may be in a special and entry In the street improvement lien against tho property abutting on I they onlulned that what was formerly!
tar, I part of n lot which may be Included separate fund, to be known as the; nook, but the town clerk shall not receive unit or units so completed after giv any i done In honor of Ceres should be don i $$10,000i

1)n with other land; in nn entry in altn'pt "Improvement 1 Fund," and may immediately any payment on account of any lag notice and having a hearing as .I I now In honor of the Virgin.
issue nnd sell bonds "to be certificate upon which suit has beeninstituted
j lien i idesignated
/ Improvement book I heieinbefore set forth
proportionate and 1m-
may As this was thp last' month of the
of this
under the provisions!
J' part of the amount covered by "Improvement Bonds, of | mediately. issue improvement bonds I
the said town, with Interest attached I I act, and notice thereof has been givento pagan year and, in name com 's from
.. lien retaining a lien for the renainder coupons l on such certificates without waiting I
of such payment upon the to an amount not in excess of I him by the attorney representing until all of the improvements the Latin "febniare" to expiate probably -
I mentioned -
fta, i'' I remaining lands, and shall have the the aggregate amount of said certifi I Che holder of the said certificate. in the improvement contract the people I of those, ,, days were i I farm

right to accept from any person owning timestoftimebbetRSUedtbearnuglinter! j Sec. 25. In no event shall the are town afraid Cere, the goddess of the If rain, I
amount of validity of the loan or certificate herebyanauthorizedsaidsndem-
havlnon undivided -
I or interest j council Is might punish them for their sins by
I in any lot, the proper proportionate put at a rate not to exceed six per cent I of indebtedness as provided to advertise at one time for light crops. I
t b part of such lien, retaining a lien for per annum, payable scmi-unnuully or for by this act be questioned in any I I powered, all or any part of the certificates I
t { + the remainder of such amount upon whenever certificates! are not' Issued, direct or collateral proceedings instituted \- or bonds to he issued
1 but liens! entered in book more than six months after the upon any I .
the remaining undivided interest In are a provided ,, i street or sidewalks, contract, and
for that the town council issuance of such! certificates of indebtedness I I. -- ---- ---
.* such lot. All payments when made purpose, } | said c-ertiflcates'or bond may be sold Thn oiirjnt. H _
+ I
ww{ ? upon liens, shall be noted in the respective at its option, may issue and sell I i by the town council of the I tin advance, for future delivery, from I Get; the thrift h. ..t--the broad thrift ,
bond be town of Starke. Upon any suit
designated |
ti lien book. "ImprdvementHonda" time to I
time without I II
separate ad- habit, It thoughtfully
t i See. 16. In letting any contract for of said town, with interest'coupons brought to enforce such lien or collection i I I I vertlsement for. each batch of bonds I noprll'IIt.; ; I I
the little find the
such waste not things joythat
due ;
the construction of streets or sidewalks '1 attached, to 'an amount not of the amount upon !I to be delivered, and it shall not be'
y or in the sale of any I'ertilli i in excess of the aggregate amount of J certificate of indebtedness! a copy of I necessary for said advertisement for'I a growing blink account brings" ; I What is
i { cates or bonds( it shall be necessary :I said liens so entered as aforesaid, and the entry of such lien in the street bids to contain any other informationether Invest your /l1I'lnCntely; and profit i iI more econ-

} to advertise for bids for a period of 'mid bonds may bo! issued from timeto improvement lien book, duly certilied" than substantial dates and substantial I'I ably ; remember tomorrow but forget I II
( not less than two weeks, which advertisjement 'I time, bearing interest at a rate not by the clerk, under the corporate seal maturities of the bonds not today\: ; spend, for the things; that : omical and profit-
shall I be published weekly, at 'I to exceed six per cent per annum, of the town, shall be made; or the sued, the rate of interest and the: 1'5-1,i I last and find I the secret of the broader i I

} least twice, and said advertisement 1 payable[ semi-annually. Such bonds original certificate of indebtedness issued be- tal of the amount of bonds to be issued I thrift that makes for better living. It able.than a want
shall ,
of such lien
l shall be 11\0' a newspaper in the town 'shall be issued with such maturities on account and the time and place of re- la the wnly thrift worth wblU.. I .
j of Starke Bradford '' and' in such form and denominations and constitute prima facie evidenceof ,
county. Florida,1' relying bids, and the Amount of the I
and in the event no newspaper is published us' the town council shall from time I' the amount and existence of the rood faith check required to be deposited ad in this paper?
> I& in said town, then it shall be 'I to time determine. Any bonds that I lien upon the property described, and but said advertisement con- How It Works.

published, in "some other newspaper 'hall, be issued pursuant to the provisions in all cases mentioned in this act tain such other and further may data and; The man \\ no Imagines! himself lndipenslble What have
*1 of this section shall be'' 'where the town of Starke has acquired you
W4 published In Bradford county Flor- Irformation as the town council may Is, of course, the one who
omputed: In determining the limitations '. or may hereafter acquire liens' for deem advisable. Imagines his loss would!.. be Irre-
I ida.Sec.. 17. Whenever any street, alley vt the bonded indebtedness prescribed i improvements such liens, or any of Article X c to sell?
by the special charter I' I them, may be enforced in the follow- parable and he usually turns: cut strong
e avenue, driveway or public highway or gen j Section 1. The town council shall
r I may be. paved, curbed, laid out, oral law under which said! town shall !i lag manner by said town, or in theholder have control of the public utilities la nothing. but Qnnginatloa.fM.utaTmsa. mm='=
I r.9 !'l f/ltl.n. HvP the them
u n
; kr opened, repaired or otherwise" improved be operating; provided that the name o "nu 1.0W "3 owned: and\ operated<<; by the town of
: .
amount of such bonds shall of; first, by a bill in equity; second '
by the town of Starke, or whenever so issued : i ciarice, including the water works, ice -
i r such street alley avenue, driveway never exceed. the amount of certificates I by a suit at law. The bill in equity 01 I Plant electric light and other plants.

t shall be ordered paved, graded, laid of indebtedness deposited with the declaration at law shall set forth: It shall fix the rates for water, ice,
out, opened or otherwise improved, the town council, or the amount of briefly and succinctly the issuance of lights and power or other services
t;{ the town council shall, as soon as the liens assessed and entered as aforeSaid the certificate of indebtedness Issuedon !:1 supplied by the town, employ the superintendent B'!f roofing
: cost of such/ improvement "shall have mind the maturities of the bonds account of such lien, the amount engineer and other help '.
''r 1 been certified, to by the street committee shall coincide "substantially with the thereof, and the description of the necessary in the operation of said .

t. of the said town as hereinafter maturities of the installments of.the property upon which said lien has i plants and fix their compensation. All wzselq"Q -:=
+ provided, assess against the abutting certificates of indebtedness so Mepos-\ been acquired) and against which said persons or employes may be discharged -
t 1' I property on each side of the street ited, or) of the liens, and the rate of certificate of indebtedness was issued, I by the town council at pleasure.
n t t I'I one-third nf the total cost of such improvements interest on the certificates or liens and shall contain a prayer that the The town council may buy property, Jj
1 *t y1 ., J in proportion to the shall never be less than the rate of owner shall be compelled to pay the material and supplies, make repairs
frontage of such abutting propertyon interest on I the bond The" )proceedsof amount of said lien cr in default and improvements" and money

i sail,) street, alley, avenue and nigh- said certificates or liens when paid thereof that the said property shall without advertising for bids, where
way so Improved and om-third of the shall be used and applied exclusively be sold to satisfy the same; but the the cost does not exceed $;oOO.Ol; expenditures C --
I entire cost of the improvements, including to the payment and retirementlof the judgment or decree obtained in said for work or purchases In
+. I the intersections of the street bonds no issued, and all such bonds suit shall not be enforced against or excess! of that sum shall be made onlyon
shall he assessed against the town of shall bear a certificate duly signed by be a lien upon any other propertythan contract let to the lowest respon-
$ '1 Stnrke. the president of the town council centii'ying that against which the assessment sible bidder. No member of the coun- I

Sec 1ft All such assessments for \ that certificates of indebtedness was made,. and in the decree or cil or any other' town official whomsoever .""I,
fi' such improvements shall constitute a cpiul in amount to the! face valueof judgment, as the case may be, for the shall be directly or indirectly interested I
prior 1i"Iover\ all other liens, except the bond b..inl.Ilsul'd\ have been enforcement" and collection of the inany contract for public 1)o, : '
f 1 taxes, and such amounts for such assessments deposited by the town with such town amount for which said lien is given, work, or the purchase of property, AOO..C '
t ,(I shall bear interest at a rate (council or when no certificates ere decree or judgment. shall also be rendered material or supplies All contracts I I I ,i..rdI
!,I not to exceed' six: per cent per annum issued and the improvement bonds are for a reasonable attorney's fee shall be executed by the president of r'I
t, to be fixed by the town council from Inseii on liens, then and in that event together! with the costs! !! of the proceedings the town council in the name of the I a large structure
., ,: the date of the Issuance of certificate such bond shall bear a certificate: I which attorney's fees aiiii' 'town of Starke, under corporate seal FOR temporary

of indebtedness, hereinafter provided< duly "signed by the clerk, certifying I costs shall also be a lien upon said j lund attested! by the town clerk, and five ten-year roofing.
Ii ',;I and shall be payable in not less than that the amount of said liens: are 'land and shall be collected at the time noted upon the minutes of the counI .

o 1. one, nor more than two, equal Installments equal in amount to the face value If and. in the manner provided for the I cil. However, should! the council at For
I in one to ten years but the thu bonds being issued. The pro collection 6f the amount for which the any time determine that It was for a large permanent building -
owner of the real estate so assessed feeds of such certificates or liens shall! lien was originally !given, but in no [I the best interest haven the heaviest roofing.
Khali have the right to pay said assessment he applied exclusively to the paymentand event shall the town be liable for the board of three trusteewwho! shall ROOFIN&,

'rl with matured interest and retirement of such bonds: when payment of the attorney's fee. herein serve as! a hoard of public works, they
I costs, at any time before suit, and the the same shall mature or become due. provided. for. shall have the right to create same by For a small temporary building -
certificate In case there shall not he sufficient See. ."6. In the proceedings pVo-
issued against the property II ordinance, and appoint said three"
m shall thereupon! be released und cancelled money in the improvement fund to vided.. for In this act, the owner or I trustees whose! term of office shall be I inexpensive light roofing.For .
; if suit has been Instituted forth pay any installment of Interest at maturity owners of the land, if they can be ascertained I for two years or until their successoror

y A (' collection nf said certificates and the town shall borrow such an shall bo parties defendant. ; successors are duly appointed and a small permanent buildingthe -
} payment shall be tendered after suit, amount of money as shall be rieces- j If the owner or owners! cannot be ascertained qualified, and who shall each give
d the cost and attorney's! fee therein nary for said purpose, issuing a note after diligent inquiry, the bond, in a sum to be fixed and aPI'I'ov- rm11( the best light roofing..
yt provided for must l he include1! in the against/! said fund, due within not proceedings shall be against the property ed by the town council, conditioned, e
qy I ,, amount so )paid. more than twelve months, and such I I on which the lien is claimed, for the faithful performance of their
Carey the
a 'it I :Sec.' l 1:1.; When, at any time, the note shall bear interest at not more I without mentioning any party as de I duty. Said three trustees to have'the Ready Roofings give you

town council of sold!. town shall! decide than night per cent per annum. Any I, fendant. In such! case, service shall I control "'of the public utilities ownedor ideal roofings for all these require-
to pave, grade, curb, lay out, open or law regulating; the manner price or he had by the notice of the Institution ; operated by the town when created
r; I otherwise impl.onn street alley terms of the wale of improvement lien |i of said suit for the enforcement of and. have such powers over the public ments resistant to sun, wind,
or highway, or any part thereof, the certificates. by the town shall apply to i such Hen by advertisement In the I utilities ns the council shall see! tit to
1 said town council! "shall I pass II resolution and govern the! sale of improvement l I. newspaper published in the town of them hy ordinance. ice, storms, snow, gas, fumes cinders -

or ordinance ordering the same l bonds by: such town. Starke once a week for four consecutive :Sea: :2. The town council of the and smoke
,, .' done; and. thereupon, advertise forj I) Sec :!:i.! The town council is hereby weeks In all proceedings to enforce town of Starke, Florida, shall have at.the lowest

,) bids I for inakintr said impnnements. authorized' to borrow money not to said liens or any of them, save the sole' right an( .power to expend for cost per year of service.
1: Sniii:; advertisement shall contain exceed. seventy-five per' cent of the en- In cases'' where the owner or owners: the reconstructing and enlarging the ;

6 among; other things! a description of uineer's estimate on work done to nd- cannot be allet'l'tninedlel''lce shall be waterworks and electric light plant,
the material to be used, width of paving Mince to the contractors during any made. in the same manner ns providedby the $3)),<>no.OO that has been voted and Tell us your building specifications,

if the same is to be ..11\ (..., ands municipal improvement, pending the law for service in other case In the bonds sold for the purpose of reconstructing and let show
s shall dt'slgnnte'itl1 reasonable! certainty receipt of funds from the sale of certificates such proceedings) I. appeals: and writs : and enlarging the us you the riah t Carey

t the limit within which said or the sale of bonds and I of error may be taken to the proper ent water works and electric light # Ready Roofing for your
1 .work is to l>e-<"k>ne, and the nature of' may pledge ns collateral security any appellate court as in other cases. The plant. And thac the said hoard of purpose.
1 I same, in which advertisement the certificates of indebtedness issued proper appellate court shall, on the | bond trustees shall turn said bond

h'1 town council may reserve the right to against abutting property, and any I motion of either party advance such I money over to the town council of the "A Roof for
I reject any nnd nil bids.) In advertising notes evidencing such loans shall! b{<* causes out of their regular order andl| town of Stark, Florida immediatelyupon Every Building"NGS

g ''I the street. paving, the town council binding obligations of the said town, I try und determine the same us early this act becoming a law. .
j may In it.*. discretion. advertise "providing" / execution is previously as possible. Sec 3. The town council of the
for separate bids on :jrrailmunuvlnir, thorized by resolution of the town :&: C. a?. The word "lot" whenever town of Starke shall have the right\ tn
i l, 1( and I'nteInt..) separate contract council, und the pledging" \ of said certificates used l In nny section of this act shall expend any part of the $30,000.00 that
i { therefor. Whenever tho i\m mum.it or the payment of money nd- be constructed to mean any lot* parcel has been voted and the bonds sold for
,. ip 4'r has' accepted any bit1 nr bids, fur. any \ :uncoil by any person firm or corpo- piece or other division or subdivision the purpose of reconstructing and enlarging -
li of said. above ment'om-d,I ,luuirmejnents ration making said loan shall not can- of land 1. and the word, "street"whenever the present waterworks and

Y s as! soon ns tintaid l .1\11"; i'iw-' i ..1 I the lien or certificates or preventthe used shall be construed to electric; light plant that might be left .
meats have been! completed 'under the town from issuing! bonds.! or delivering mean street or part of street, and to and unexpended: after the reconstructing -
I terms of said contract and I the same certificates\ to subsequent pur- include avenues, lanes, alleys, driveways and enlarging of the water works Ti
have been accepted by the roan council chasers.! parkways and all thoroughfares and electric light plant for the purpose -
I after duly and. .\ giving 0 Sec. :!::1. In all cases provided) In ; and the word "park" when used of building and installing an Ice

$ public hearing hereinafter mentioned this act for the paving! grading, curbing shall be construed to include all plant and cold storage! plant to be op-
the said town council at its next rrgs :- laving out, opening repairing or public alleys! and all other public places orated by the town of Starko Florida,
t e ular meeting!!, or at a special I1wl'llI11'I! I otherwise improving streets, alley or other than streets: and the word If they see fit to do.Article. Consumers Lumber
( 4 called for that purpose, shall asses, highways within the limits of the I "work" shall be construed to includethe XI Company

{ the property abutting on each tdo of town of Starke, as soon as said work purchase of all things necessaryto Section 1. In addition. to the rights,
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