Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02181
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\. Though REGULAR Jl'B1I'ITI"iG: : : : : : "
Injured by Rain Crop Are MEASURES LEFT MY SESSION:: : 1 : :
H L. Brownlce, scout master of B. j i it* Good, Average ;

Troop No. 1, of Starke, has re- I I i IN FLORIDA FOR TWO YEARS .Uh Board with met all in 1'1'lClIll1rleMsi,," June Gem-mi Appropriation Hill Lust/ In I :r( f''
.'.d a letter of congratulation and At this rrt'Kenl.Ii:: '
writing Receive '
we have hud l two I Signature )
<\,m i\rersary Roundup Streamer from days without rain, after having had I == I RUNAWAY: CONVICT: ) C.1L'GIdT- J.L. Wynn.W. Kickliter, A. A. Haxen and' L.I --- 1 4,1

President. Harding. The'streamer is one or more showers for CHAIRMAN: Tallahassee June !
every day ] OF HOUSE COMITTEE II.-GovernorIlunlfe '1 ,
given for excellent service rendered, 'live weeks, and. it looks aa thoue'h: the ON: PUBLIC ROADS AMI HIGH, I' Itoad ( amp :'\t'lCro.ih!. HarnagoV Minutes of lust meeting rend anti today. cleared! hia desk of the ;

ana for meeting all requirements as rains will slack up enough to allow WnGIVES INTERESTING: Barn and Is Trapped approved.Election. than .100 measures that the leg- ;"f'nItl1'l' f

n increase in excess of 25 per cent t our farmers to cultivate such crops I Ias. FIGURES ON: WHAT KOAII DEPARTMENT districts returns from the following i.slnturcsent to him on the last day J)

urollmcnt of scouts, during the are not already "laid l by." : WILL HAVE FOR Last Friday morning Mrs. W. F.llarmigo declared were canvassed and the results of Its Hcxxinn. Today nmrkeil the end :i
,I'' Tied of December 31, 1921 and Febmart l r While the rainfall has not averaged/ CONSTRUCTION: : AND! :MAINTENANCE who lives about six miles as follows: of his veto power it being the expiration
15, 1923. I more, perhaps, than one-tenth : Stance, No. 3-E. Matthews: i). of the
inch OF HIGHWAYS. northwest of Starke, heard a setting ten day period, I 1 .
Chi hundsame streamer Is made of per day, yet the I E. Knight, G. W. Alderman 8 mills The .
constant ,
general :
of I bill
excess hen squall' in the barn, and other appropriations carrying .t tl
ft.at, silk, red, white and blue rib- moisture has caused the lower leaves During the debate on some measure strange, noises Issuing from the place. Pine Hill, No. i -W. B. Hodge. A. lump Bum for governmental operations
which Is printed in 'of the B. Surrency, A. L. Green, trustees. !:1 l 1
i on gold letters corn to "fire. The old corn just before the cklse of the kession of I Being alone at the lime she did not of approximately $11,000,000 .
""Awarded by President Ilard- has not thereby boon injured to the legislature null, for the nuxt two e r
I any just adjourned the dare to go there to investigate, but years, was the last
? Anniversary Round-up, Febru- extent, and will yield a heavy crop, statement was made that "the state shout U o'clock P. C. Groover came Vanderbilt, No. 10-F. M. Norman, measure to leave tl1lCuv"runr's desk. I
U! '>, 1923." The president's letteri but its effect L. L. Conner, J. C. Alvarez, trustees He J f
st on the young corn is road department will be on trial for there on some business' and he!! was hud studied it for some time and
follows: I more serious. Still if the farmers the next two years" That is perhaps asked to investigate the disturbance. R mills. vetoed I a provision which h,. said wan F''

The White House, I hustle, as soon as the ground becomes I true, and it is also true that the As Mr. Groover opened the door, h* Graham, No. 11-C. B. Roberts, C. put in solely to render! ineffective! the t .\\i d

Washington,;.May 29, 1923. I dry enough, to loosen up the packed I legislature has made what looks to saw something like an animated gunny Fogg, Jas. Reynolds, trustees 10 budget commimiiuit'tt\ recommendation '. ;

TII" the Scoutmaster and Troop Committeemen j I ground, so that the poisonous gases the average layman like a magnificent sack slipping behind some boxes. mtlls.( that two clerical pnxltionn in the ...il' s J a'' 'n

Troop No.1, B. S. A., .(sourness) can escape, this crop will I provision for the financing of the He called to the thing, whatever it Heilbronn, No. 15-N. D. Green, D. and drug dl'pllrll1l1.nt of the agricultural j

Starke, Fla. be saved. defense. Just before he left Tallahassee waR, to come out. Getting no response Reddish, J. L. Parmentor, trustees. fi! department, be abolished.

I am pleased to learn that you and ;; The tomato crop is hard hit. As it the lion. Hugh Hale, of lIar- he called to !Mrs llarnage, mills. This was the only change male in I (

your troop have met the specified conditions |j,i first looked, a carload of tomatoes I nando county, gave a statement of asking her to get the !gun. At the I Brooker, No. 18-R. A. Weeks, II. thu bulky affair. Under the bill an ,.. I.

and are entitled to the award would have been sent from: here daily, what the various amounts providedfor mention of the word "gun," a negro P. Gainey, T. C. Huzen/ trustee 7 it becomes' n taw, it is understood that 1

or, the anniversary round-up streamer ; but the rains caused the fruit to im- the building of good roads will popped"his head up from behind the mills. I Inspectors in the oil and.) drug department fl'"he

which I take great pleasure in presenting ;(I bibe too much water, which made 'I amount for the next two years. His box and said: "Tis all right, boss, I Supt. Wiggins/ reported that nil will lio' reduced 1 to five, and \ I

tq you. Please extend to the ,|'them too Soft for shipment, and the figures; are as follows: surrenders" Us was asked to come money borrowed, for running expenses two clerkships will bu combined. This ; ''I' r t

members! of the troop committee and vines lost their vitality. Yet a good Under the provisions of the present out, which he did reluctantly, as the foi. the school year ending June 30th, appropriations bill Is tho only one in ,I .'


It is most stimulating to realize liams succeedud'in( filling and sending j be available something like $1,200,000 drape himself with, as they insistedon and ordered paid: I the provisions if
that through the Boy Scouts of Amer- off sold of the fruit L W Kloklllur 1NMrI.arvloe __._ _nn /..0A Of the than C;00 measures
and for more
car another the
a per year, next two years. catching on some pitchforks and \ H...... d", _h.u_._ II.Oil
!lea 137,045: men are now enrolled for this week. Under the provisions of the new rakes slacked up where he stood. I. J Wynn ili" .___________. .- .-... r..4ilHrat passed by tho legislature, the executive -
Nulli.nnl Hunk Citlni-nvlllii Intent "4 .II"
definite. volunteer service and that at Sweet corn appears not to have suf- gasoline law, two cents of which is to The said he had H II Wlicvln. .."l.ry ."1'\ _____... __... 150.0'1 vetoed 1 only one of general Import -
the present time there fered and carloads of be negro escaped from II U Wlitnlnii. Incltl ____ ..._._____ 1.8& the so-called. train riding,
are -162,979 any, : it is being/ turned over to the state roads de- Road Cump No. 121 few days before !- r<>nNtimi.r. Lbr fu,>. luinlwr u.. _-.-__._ ftft.UI' measure.
boy members of this splendid orlrani-I shipped frequently partment, based, on the number of Vllllt I Sundew Inoiil I ._.__.._____u.. 4.4B t,
He had thrown off his prison Rims Kotilniftti fK> ________u__. on... (HJIO)
zation, making a total of Mr. Turoella, who has a small but gallons of gasoline; sold in the state Hrailfonl ('cO Hank borrowed money ..AifOO.llil

and boys.. Certainly it can be truly ] productive farm in the southwestern last year of 70.,2l,634-there/; will be I garb would: thinking be less easily that discovered without ,it and he lli Hmilfiml..,.ir.,,>i-.l. Cn Co /tank Hunk cl tnt" ..n_.'_t________n._____h___.. 290.77 10:1.HO: IN Cmr"iTJ'llIa'S: ; ; COURT(

said that the men who are in any way |I corner of town, daily sends off several available something like'$1,412,432 8tlh Finitar ,
had clothed himself In sacks. 1 IU[ hatl\ *>niiimini 'hhr lumber U Afl.ftn
supporting this movement, and especially I,! hampers of peppers. As peppers have per year, for the next two years. Under lived off of r r A Kutoh : ...r.I. l.ftluti 8-:::::::: 11.00: The following ruses have lately been r
tomatoes and sweet
corn, __ ___ _
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'1 K H Humi.hrey ilu 1.0"K ")
those who are serving as active' been planted by many other farmers, the provisions of this same law and while in the llarnage barn he K Ihiwlmic. I.r .?_un.._.____ 2,11"J tried In the court of County Judge) R.>
leaders are helping in a most pradi- !I much of it will come in later on. j evtry county in the state will receive L Simmon Inoiil 8 .._____________. It.Hi) A. Green:
had appropriated a quart of syrup. r> C Joneu lo -__.._..__.__.-.____.__ 4.tO
'a1' way to produce for the nation its''I Sweet potatoes have been planted something like 11209.77 per year for Mrs. [ Mink ..r Mlarki ..ntnrrat6------------ la.Hil 1), J. Silcox, charged with being
( Harnagu hustled some old .____._... ... '
Wuoten vlratlon t O.IMI"
greatest! need-men of character, and by every farmer and will come in early highway construction in said county. clothes of her husband's and I handedto M L Wmlrmon labor I ___...___.. --- 2H.IW I drunk und 1 disorderly., Plead guilty 1 t r ,
I ruined for but have been 1 This 'bill known Senate Bill II P Calnny: iMIIon 18 ._________.._. 4.110 and sentenced ''
citizenship. j no great areas put was as to county jail for ten
Mr Groover, who gave them to thonejt"rt. N t> (iiwn d? 16 .___On______.____.__ .,1111 { e
I am keenly anxious to do all in my out, as formerly. The reason given is No. 0, sponsored by Senator Colson of .. The latter then .K M Normntl ili" 10 _uu.n___ 4.011 ; day". y,
was given a A R Hiirrvncy ilii t U .. ________ 43 00Urndronl i
power to extend the influence of the that our farmers cannot compete with Alachua county. square meal, after which he was put Cn Hunk. nuln- Iff _._-___...__. 80)10 Joe Perry, Charley Hull and, Arthur 1? 1
because north of Florida who have Under the of the An election called to be held I, I
program, America, growers provisions gasoline ; Into u tar and conveyed to the road was Dye, gambling. Plead guilty,
must avail Itself of every resource for ( the advantage of cheaper transporta bill 272, known as the 1 mill ad emrp. the negro had lost his bear- July 7, in each Brooker and Pino Hill und ench lined $1 t and, routs. or 3Q( days sin

producing that type of American citIzenship tion.While valorem tax levy on all taxable property iiU.s,; ",nl thought/ he was many miles special tux districts to say if they Jail \ ( '

which will not be content I I our crops have not turnedout in the state, there will be avail- away from the camp, and was surprised slinll be consolidated, elect three trus- !Math Wnsdln! charged. with operating

II'Ith> acceptance of the privileges of | quite as well as we had reason to able something like $410,000 per year to nee it loom' up after but a h'cKlnd determine the amount of mil- cur without llreiwo. Plead guil- h. '

'itizenship without active participanon hope for some time ago/ still on the for the next two years. This estimate short rlol"l"'very,*. Inge to be HHsenHoil l. ty and fined $1 and 1 nil costs.

in mcctng the responsibilties of whole they arc as /good as in average is based on the valuation of the property There being no further business the Will Starling, charged, with being

'unship. In Boy Scout movement i iII I years. There is probably no countyin in the state for taxable purposes board adjourned. to meet, the first\ seized and. poHneMHed of booze. Case

/ not only place emphasis upon ser-' j Florida that suffered so little from at $110,000,000. I \, frequently receive let tern, Monday in July.L. continued till Juno Ifith.1 L t

> but you have worked out your.I the late wet spell as did Bradford. Under the provisions of the gasoline relating interesting happenings, but W. KICKLITKR( ( :I J lid Crawford and pals, charged. (

program in such a way that boys actually ( inspection law, there will be which we cannot publish fearing thl1tthl'Y II. II. WIGGINS: Chairn>an. with disorderly conduct., Continued et .
be If the
not writers
"learn by doing," and in a na- : ELECTRIC CHAIR TO COME: available something; like $70,621 per may true. Secretary.MR. upon motion of state.T. .
"Mirnl manner acquire that attitude of 1 i INTO USE: ON: JULY FIRST year for the next two years. tell the truth, they should not hesitate G. Clark, assault und. battery,

nnnd which brings to them a" con- i From the federal government there to sign their notes with their own AND: MUM. STUMP: (::1illS: wan before the judge, last Saturday. '

ousnoss that they must be citizens |I I Raiford Will no Doubt Be Selected has already been allotted to Florida names.. The names would not be pub.lish.d. :NKIl PARTY Plead not guilty. A jury compoHud I ;

">'' the participating kind, and not For Florida's Execution City beginning July 1, 1U23, and ending/ of n.! 1 H.! N'ewMom, foreman, Clayton

mere on-lookers. I June 30, 1921, the sum of $721,195.18. Mr. and Mrs F. F. Stump gave n Crawford. II. L. Norman/ Bert Johns, .

do most sincerely hope that you I Tallahassee, June Legalized Under the provisions of the new law You will be welcomed to the services delightful! dinner party Thursday evening Willie Pyal arid A. J. McKlmipy, t"

will, continue your efforts to recruit hanging will be a thing of the past in which requires non-residents of the at the Presbyterian church next at their cozy. home on Thompmjn found I "1'fen.ltnt'nut. guilty, and,) ho

,increased leadership and greater resources I this state and the electric chair will state to register and apply for automobile Sunday, morning and, evening. Sunday street, the occasion being the celebration was diHchurged. i '

in order that more boys of I take its place after July 1, under en- licenses after the expiration school at 10 a. m. Come. of the twelfth anniversary of Tuesday T. G. Clark wn. again he- l\

u-out age may have the advantagesf actment of the 1923 legislature./ I of thirty days after the owner of said I I their marriage day. Also celebratingwith fort the court on 11 charge' of emlx'X- Izlement.

> this movement, which has earned !'I The measure, which was introducedin automobile has been in the state there of the state road department; giving :Mr. and. Mrs.' Stump on this (Plead, not guilty, but after

for itself appraisement as one of the the house by Representative Fred will be derived something like $75,000 them power to condemn land and, material memorable anniversary were Mr. and) bearing the evidence in the ease, t

greatest assets of our nation today. Davis and in the Senate by Senator per year for the next two years. I for highway construction; requires Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, who Judge Green put hint under a $I5V( > t e

Sincerely W. W. Phillips, provides that the Under the provisions of the new the department to make a bud- had been married fifteen years' and bond to await further action of the

WARREN yours G. IIARDI. G. state officials shall select a central law r"'lulrinlnonresidents of the get of their estimated allotments on Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes", who had grand) jury at tho.! full term 1 of circuit r, .
._ their the various projects in the state; and been married' .) nine For .
place of execution, which will prob. whp use automobiles for hire to years. seven court. I
BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR ETIIOLIN: ably be the state prison fatal at Rai' pay double the amount required ,for authority to protect he highways un years past the three named couples

AND DOROTHY WHITE ford. Under the procedure, the sher- resident automobile owners who use der he state supervision and control. have together celebrated the marriage TIIEUKSS: t. d

IitT I or other county official having a their automobiles for hire, there will Another constructive measure Is anniversary, the dinner party being TheresRU, June 15.-Mm. J. I K.: Own- '1

Friday afternoon little MIsses Eth- condemned person in charge, shall, be derived) something like $25,000 per embodied in the administration bill given, alternately nt their respective Icy visited her .daughter, Mrs.'' Rloisa s r
Mr.' Mn.tthe.ws, > of Bradford )
olin and Dorothy White entertained a after his having been sentenced by year for the next two years. sponsored by homes Moon Vnliloi-tu, Gag n few days of I a$
number of their friends: by giving a I the governor, take him to the*place of I The state road department has an county, giving the state road department Quantities of daisies and zinnias the punt wiM-k.

birthday party at the home of their execution, and deliver him to the superintendent average of 1,000 convicts at their disposal the right to make rules and were used I for decoration! in I the hall, L. L. Younghlfxid, James .Phillip i '

Parents, Mr. andMrs. Olin W White in charge. Several days for road work. Count off ,the regulations regarding, the protectionof reception room and dining room. After and William (Hall left Saturday .morning I

'" Sanderson street. prior to the time of execution, the fifty-two Sundays in the year, and alyo state highways.The dinner thj evening was spent in for Larkins. 't

The arriving guests presented the condemned person shall be placed in i the average nine days that a man lute legislature has made it playing bridge. Bert Hmttnn and Aoy Brown lewt 1 ,
to is sick the and estimating mandatory on the part of the state Tho dinner guests were Dr. and, for where
:"ung hostesses with lovely gifts, after a death chamber, situated .close during year, Saturday Tampa they will
which the the chamber housing the chair. Only their worth at eight cents per road department to first construct Mrs. O. L. Haynes, !Mr. and Mrs.' It. visit relative and friend.
the-f invited to 1
punch bowl which were was placed on the the superintendent, or in case of his day, their work may be estimated at state roads Nos. 1 to I 5 inclusive and. I A. Weeks. of smoker, Mr. and Mrs. !Mr. and !Mrs' IJ. C. Powell, Arthur
like No. 8 before any .new work is contracted J. ,\'. Andrews Jr. and coming in to Moorer arid N'enlio
ino covered porch and presided over absence or disability, his deputy, may something -138,000 per year for Ynungnlood mo- ,
*v Estelle Kendrick.The administer the death penalty, and it the next two years. for. However, existing contracts play bridge were Miss :Mabvl I Welter, tined l over to Starko Sunday to visit :

reception room and hall were will be open only to relatives, minis- The amount of the federal aid that were recognized. where the de- J. J. Truby, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Mrs. F.. S. Sibloy, who was operatedon i s faf

oily decorated with bowls and vases ters, counsel for the condemned per- will be allotted to Florida for the.artrrwnt and the several counties berg. lust Thursday by Ur. Middlvton.Mr I
chosen to witness commencing 1 1921 is i have made agreements regarding the : friends wish her $1 '
'' daisies nasturtiums and zinnias. son and twelve citizens year July now ) Sibley'ir many aspeedy
road work in the several counties. After R
The little the execution. problematical, but estimating it at OPEN:: FORUM MEETING; recovery.Arthur '
1c' tr of people were entertained told bye When the person has been pronounced the same it is for the year commenc- state road :No.' 8 is constructed, Last Sunday morning on accountof !Moorer and Cecil I Moore '. 1
a music and stories
b> Miss Olive, games; > dead the body, if there is ing July 1, 1923, for the next two then the state road department i I. directed the absence of Dr. J, J. Bullen from left Monday for Newnan, Ga., to ,

Each little hostess Ray. i had a pound cake no claim for it by his relatives, maybe years the federal government will allot '\ to work on the road branchingoff his pulpit, the members of the Bap- ter the Southern Telegraph & en-/?(r Y d

'beautifully Iced and embossed and on turned over to physicians for dissection something; like 11-I 12,790.36 to the from No. 1, near Greenville, and list church held an open forum meeting way Accounting Institute, .x

Etholin's tapers or given a burial as usual for state of Florida. thence south through Taylor county presided\ over by !Mrs. F. A. Rev. J. B. Crews, of New River, filled
burned nine small yellow ,4
and connecting with state road No. /Bat I
The various amount of Scott. his the
tapers ordinary convicts. > moneys to regular appointment at
and cake six
on Dorothy's blownout The measure, which was sponsoredby be turned over to the state road department WillUton. This bill was sponsored Mrs. Allie Law, of New Smyrna, Christian church Sunday.
After the candles were
in the various women's clubs of the by the several counties of by lIon. Frank O. Miller of Duval, who formerly lived. here and workedso !Mr. and Mrs. Jim goon and little

ones refreshments, wafers and of home-made ice cream cake state, passed early in the session and the state to expend in highway con and was finally passed during the last faithfully in the church, spoke on daughter, Dorothy, visited her parents

were assisted with little opposition In either of the struction In said counties Is merely a few days of the legislature.As the topic, "How can we deepen thespii Mr. and. Mrs.. J. P. Padgett, on r
served Mrs. White
by matter of guess work, but basing the a summary of this, it means i i'* .il 'life of the church." E. H.I Sunday.
hy Mrs: houses.
H. M. Leah Struth,
Snyder, law
Maxine estimate on the experience of past that the automobile license tax Card gave a good talk on "How can Miss Ida Hagan was shopping In 1))
Klosterman Lena Belle Shep-
ard CHRISTIAN CHURCH :"iOTESThe"re years it will amount to something like will be the same as last year with a we increase our church attendance Starke Friday.Mr. .
and Clara Louise Peek.
The a $1,000,000 per year for the next two few minor changes regarding! the registration A beautiful Instrumental number was and Mrs. II. E. Muorer and little .

crowd of little folks attendingthis the will be services next Sundayat years. of automobiles owned by rendered by Miss Doris Law, violin, daughter, Lynell, were visitor to V
will remember
happy party long 11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. The above estimates are made for non-residents of the state. The gasoline and Miss Mona Alderman, piano. The Starke Wednesday.
Bible school at 10 a. m. only the coming year, and by multiplying license tax will be increased to subject of "(low can we get members O. D. Moorer', of Jacksonville U

Maand: C. White left All are invited to attend. those figures by two it will be three cents per !gallon. The 1-mill of the church to tithe" was discussedby visiting his brother, II, E. Moorer. 4
Mrs Geo.
when seen-that state road ad valorem tax will remain the same; J. F. Kicklitvr. "How cre-
to King David said: "I was glad .the caa.we. ,
Tuesday top
for motor
Dunedin morning where a will visit Mr. they said unto me, Let us go up to the will direct the expenditure of some )likewise with the gasoline Inspectionlaw. ate jnore interest in missions ?" was :Miss Elizabeth! Brownlve, who has
"id Mrs.. L. C. Ray. Before returning house of the Lord." Make some eau/, thing like $11, 28$!9(5.30( during the the subject of Mrs. J. J. Bullen's well been attending school In DeLund, will I

home they will visit Miami( and other glad by Inviting them to come to next two years. As shown by the report of the .state delivered address. return home tomorrow to spend her

south Florida Mr. and Mrs. church with you next Lord's day. One of the best constructive meas- road department they directed the ex- This Interesting meeting was closed vacation with her parents, Mr. and

White were accompanied points. by F. A. Make God glad by coming yourself. ures regarding highway! construction penditure of 5,222HB8.3a during the by "offertory by Miss Doris Law, Mrs. II. L. Brownlee. Miss Brownl

Scott as far Lakeland where he Ready! Forward marchl! was embodied in House Bill No. 271, last two years. The late legislature and Miss Mona Alderman l piano after will be accompanied by Mrs. 3, E.
as a' law in the : This increased their live million which the benediction Futch who '
will visit him brother Ber. Ceo. F. W. E. DAUGHERTY, which Is now state revenue over was pro will spend sometime hero
Scott. Minister. law relate to the powers and duties dollars for the coming two years. nounced. with relative '
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I, mllolloll.n..m. mm..lIIsDmmllGlUlaI: tI nish raw materials in the manufacture with time and a half for over time yards) worked without a hitch: that
I of perfumes and cosmetics. and double pay for Sunday work. The 'all were trained ship builders. J Arrtrr Every Meat
News of Florida Short Paragraphs About 100 acres along the shores of few re al ship carpenters who couldbe I! A great deal of tallow was used

01w.pnwrn..e.m.rxreYlsf.eeb.wll.wllura......,......... Lake David is being cleared and willHiupied l secured, received from $10 to $12 machin
---I ( by the plunt and botancial PT' day. Machinists were paid fancy :ery.
Live State News garden of the company. prices. We knew a medioehre! crane were many, were in the habit of putting WRIGlEYS
tallow in their dinner bucket) I
I man whoso was $3 pet hour. The
r _..."............._.._..............................._.._..."........d Undismayed by the dead body cf drawings,for pay the ships came from the I I when quiting work in the evening -

! J Told by Our Exchanges. his victim lying almost at his feet, U. S. shipping board, and thy were they used the tallow in lieu of butter Cbew
John Vargo, a white boy between 15 copied by draftsmen of common skill! I and lard, two very costly items. Butas your ioo : 1..>l'I'mnrommmmmmr.JmmmmmmmmmmcmmD1lJmmmmmmDm.4___ _______.. !lmlnnmm ---- -mtml1l---- and 1 III years of age, proceeded to yet these received $10 for eight hours soon as this pilfering was found well then use
i Messrs. Owens and Prevail, tram rocs were wounded in u gun battle at rob the store of John Lang, an aged work, with four days' vacation every ,, out, "inedible" tallow was substitutedfor WRIGLEY'S to
the income tax office of ('ullectrle- :Mulhery when officers ran. .." "t I negro of I'ort Tampa, after sendinga three months at full pay. The filing'' the common article and Italy cussed aid dl estlon.
row at Jacksonville have filed with ,I dance and gambling hull known :' < bullet into the man's body, when clerks in the drafting offices, who "da bum tal'." .I It also
the clerk of the circuit oirt lit t Apalachicola :the "Hole in the Wall. ;M. C. Hatcher he offered resistance at the first approach must be men above suspicion, received I The common restaurants were no keeps
lions against William Lee deputy she-tlff, of 1'nrtow' is suf1 of his assailant early Wednesday only $(fio) per month. The typewritergirls longer food enough; for the shipyardmen l I the teeth clean
Popham, the "o 'sjer; king," for 200: 1 fering from bullet wound In his shouldcr morning. Then when Marshall / of which hundreds were employed so they invaded the most elite breath s\vc4> t
000 for income taxes due the government and John Ptir/ii; Icputy' .sheriff, Suhleth. of }'ort'Tampa. respondingto I i were seldom paid more than $1.25: I: and high-priced restorts in the city, appetite keen.The '
for the past two years.. :i of Lakeland from a bullet wound In the 'sound of the shot started an per day. It was the policy of the ship I Icontrll'torll Unshaven and arrayed in greasy ov- Great
i" --- I his ribs. They were taken to their I investigation, Vergo turned his gun I to not pay more than they i eralls they would crowd out the high- Swtttmnat Amtrican nv
.; Residents of South Florida are inquiring I homes. The two negroes, names of on the officer and exchanged shot for I could help. It is barely possible that I toned guests. Their badges cave
from what point in the north I I whom are not given, are near death, ( shot until opportunity was offered in some instances the salaries of the j them carte blanc anywhere. They
1 t came the millions of white butterfliesthat it is reported. fur him to attempt an escape by dashing low pftid employes appeared some- would order caviar and other strange ,
are flying through that section out of the rear door of the little what larger! on the hooks submitted to and unsual dishes that they could not /
II bound south. TIle migration has been Florida's watermelon crop Ibis year shop. Just a little later, Vargo was the government; for the ships were! I cat, simply because they were expen !
t' under wa"y for three days and local will be eigthy per cent below that tf arrested as he attempted to board a built on the cost plus basis. I sive. This trait of paying any prices i > Sav.lke '
i \ naturalists are not able to explain last year because of heavy r.nd almost steamship at Port Tampa, :rputy Each shipyard! worker, whether he asked was not considered (is a bless Wnppwe I '

I the phenomena. continuous rains of the past Sheriff Lennon taking him in custodyand was a laborer at $2.50 per day or a ing by people outside of the shipyards .t.e '
', I month, according to Moses l Folsor.i.! ; returning him to the county jail highly/ paid machinist, was given a and whose incomes were moderate
! Sheriff's: forces are still seeking the i I secretary of the state marketing bu- where he is being held awaiting action conspicuous badge, with a number to for they found it hard to make both
'" + +y throe negroes who Sunday shot and reau. Mr. Folsom said ''aat: night of the grand jury to whom the case show that he belonged to the plutoc- ends meet. Sugar soon got out of ,, good generalship on the snd
, to iJ wounded J. N. Smith, Palm Reach policeman 11,000 cars were shipped out of the will come for investigation.A crucy. :Bows and smiles met him reach, so did meats, and bologna sausage : store-keepers after all.At :
B.. when he sought to arrest stato lust against approximately 3,- everywhere, for he had (or was sup-I j mounted to 05: cents a pound. j the event of the luinulu
'it"' them for slaughtering a turtle After 000 cars this year. The season still I Jacksonville policeman was off posed to have money, though the! A great work was started at Black I the !first ship at one of the sin:..
.'' overpowering! Smith and shooting him has a month to go, but It is improbable duty. lIe was sleeping in a room ov- pawn brokers could) ) tell some inter-I Point that Qf building cantonments ;, -the largest of them by the '.' .
through the left arm and lung, the Mr. Folsom believes, that his er his garage when he was awakenedat 'esting stories in this connection). For';for the soldiers It was also done on members of the U. S. shippm.. '
t", negroes escaped] on bicycles. figure will be exececui'J.' 12:15: a. m. by a noise in his chicken ',able and cheerful liars the shipyards ;ithe "cost! plus" system, and the conj ,, had been .nvi'.t; ,1 to vitr.cstt>. .'
coop. When he looked out of a outshone anything outside of Anan- I j tructors had nothing to worry about. i spicious event and, incidentally/ : t t. .
Report from Madison: ; are to the The barkentine Winttrhudc arrivedin window he saw a man walking to R iasville. Trey were all known to I Six dollars u dny was paid so-called the order prevailing in the i i ',d i
I r effect that the Madison county tohic- port at Jacksonville with a cargoof Ford car. He ordered him to stop. Af- make money, and they took good care carpenters for few skilled ones could While the naval architect wn- .T.
t ." Co crop It' coming along well. The 3,500 tons of genuine Peruvian guano ter his sixth demand was not obeyed that their reputations in this respect he had. Any "jackleg" who came ning about the ship to be Inui.' "i.,1,I,
plants are said to be growing rllpilIyI' valued at approximately $2 OOOO.) re fired just as' the man was enter'ingthe should not suffer. Bragging to each there with a saw a square and u hammer with his tongue hanging out, _i \(
e and in many places where the growers The cargo'is consigned to :Nitrate; car. The car shot down the alley ] others and to outsiders! about their could get; work, at least for a orders and looking over the pr> )J"-" ,
had expected a fair yield it seems Agencies Company of Jacksonville. In with four bullets splintering1 the rear I earnings went on forever. As it seldom day. At first there was! a field boss, tions, the machinists trying out Mi-
i I probable that it will tend. shipping circles it is xnid.thia is the of the machine from the policeman's I, happened that one man knew ( who hired men und, assigned, them to hydraulic presses, a hundred IU..M". ,
Fifteen hundred pounds to the acre is second cargo of the kind ever broughtto revolver. The first bullet missed the what another was working at, or what the different foremen. IfI man was laborers smearing inedible tnlli '..
predicted! in plantings Jacksonville, and la.. not only the man ,,\wulkinjc to the automobile. It was going on in a shipyard outsideof ( fired, then came back again and asked the "wa 's" on which the ship "d' .
I largest consigned to this state, but' struck Jimmie Hurst, 20( an automobile his immediate surroundings, I lying' I for work, the. field boss would be slide, one of the managers of th I,>- ,11,1 I
)I Hanging/ to the limb of ftr... near probably the largest delivered on the mechanic living at No. 12 East was always safe. No:; one pretendedto ] apt to recognize him and refuse.: Later !I frantically)) sounding the bottom ", -n,
) t the place where the body of Policemen Atlantic seaboard Church street. Another bullet grazed doubt what a fellow worker told on the foremen accused the field I ship to see that some Uermtri '-
I J. N. Smith was found the cold Hurst's left side above the hip. The him; it was thought better to appear i| boss of plIl'tllllity-ea"h of them might not have slipped in an.I.
I body of Henry Somers negro/ was Dave Gather, 60, a contractor, was (first one hit him in the left hip. One I credulous so that one's own assertions ,j thought he wns given: only poor hands, spite of searchlights and alert ".1 ,'it 1 ',-
found Thursday by the police. No instantly killed at Pensacola when rundown of the four bullets fired by the policeman would not so likely be doubted. 'I i( while others got skilled ones. Each men, slipped a mine or u big ,"..r,r, --
trace of the lynching/ party was found I by an automobile driven by Mrs as the car began speeding thru Two ml'n. each with an enormous ,foreman was then allowed to hire his 1 stump into the bottom, for thei' ,"M
;, ...t' although the sheriff departments Is William "'. Mathis wile of a streetcar : he alley to Ninth street, puncturedthe I badge, met at a soda fountain "Well, i gown help. Thus a man, after having to founder on, and another man.i. .r
I working on the supposition that he I inspector ,The lady became hysterical -! rear of the machine, split the upholstering I partner, how do you get l long ?" one been discharged at the end of his I I was busy rigging a bottle of "..h, "n-. -
!;" may have been the one killed the po'I'i immediately upon, realizing and entered the seaman's asked the other. first day, would try again the next I ally pure" water to be broken nf.r' .,t.
i liceman. what had happened, and is in a serious right side just above the waistline, "Oh, jest so-so. I'm in the engineering I and' be hired by another foreman. On the bow of the ship in "chris,,",),' .
condition yet. Gainer who went through the liver and dtoppped epartment and got my feet wet his second discharge, he would try i; her, the visitors were in \"Ir. <.
Fully dressed and iipnrently having was walking south on the west side in his right lung. lie died three hours and took a cold, so I worked l only :i the third foreman, and get a job, and tory. The day was excessive! i it 4,
been in the water short time afternrds. !! so full week's work at I, and the swivel chair men w> *<
only a of Pnlafox street, stepped' from the half of Inst week : $:;2 was all I on, getting a 'poor
the body of a man, said to be II.Per sidewalk immediately in front of the made." This man hAd the job keeping I''I $6(J per day. Carpenter tools were a'drug ': dragged all)) around the premise .
: ez, a Cuban, was found floating in the upprocnhirig cur, it was reported by A CITY; IN CLOVER a trench open from some leaky tanks, on the market and could be I Ii obsequious department heads. t.
Hillnborough river about half mile I eye-wltnesll,1I11l1 the car hit him even and was paid $2:.50 per day. i bought second-hand for a song, so how complete, well arranged und! .a i-
, W north of the Garcia avenue bridge: by before he could be warned. His neck (Written for the Telegraph) I "Well, that's about my Fix," averred that any one could'have! a try at car- I deny everything was. "Yes, yes ,
,,. several boys who were in swimming. I'I was broken and skull crushed.Mr. \ I the other. "My business i.s to put the I pentring at the cantonments.. have you any ice water' here'!" .i-
r; There were no signs of wounds on the I In the early part of 15118' Jacksonville propellers into the ships at a dollar Men came to Jacksonville from everywhere the invarible comments by the I"-
'" man's body nor was it rigid when t.ik- Altmun, of Lakeland was ''a was "Biwy Jax" sure e nough. apiece. I had put in 75: last week, i hunting Work. The shipyards : specters, who were dripping with :" -.
en from the water. I flagman for the Atlantic Ciwst Line Several shipyards. started up, when I hurt myself totting; a sternpost were tried first, as each had spirutjon und whose fares! wer' ,
';. I and was riding on two cars which ments were built at Black canton-I and had to quit after working I II come with hope of getting a job there I red as boiled lobsters. They witn, ....
The appearance (if a flock of about I,! were being shunted along the track. I the city wns full of soldiers. Moneywas I three days. But, next week I'll put in I:which would soon make him rich. But i ed the launching in uneonventi' i Id
I 'J twenty snow-white herons at Panama As the cars approached two other no object, the "jack" poured Into full time." This man's job was to I i eventually the shipyards had all the shirt sleeves, frantically farm .'
City a few days ago, has instilled cars, :Mr. Altman made an effort' to I the city in a constant stream, and clean castings with a wire brush, at men they ( 01l1lse! and the cantonment j( themselves with palm leaves. \\ hr
hope in the minds of a great many reach the brake to stop his cars, but prices soared sky high $:!.!>0 per A sternpost weighs: about buildings were nearing: comple-]i the agony was over, and the head III'It i
here that'the birds will be allowed to failed to get there in time. The impact Uncle Sam, otherwise HO goodnatured two tons. tion. Even the sawmills, where only of the yard camp up to recei\i', ..n"rptultions -
increase, for those who scum to know of the collision threw him oft was now, while at war, so harsh When a man got a good job at a $2 per day was paid, had no jobs vn- I the government men .'"m-
" stated that the birds were evidently and four wheels passed across his till his best friends didn't recognizehim. yard, it seemed to be the custom to cant. The streets were full of men | mented: "Yes, yes.'yes, all very"""
\ nesting, and that would mean that I I chest lie died without uttterilig' a As usual when he got into a work like fury, overtime and Sbnday, looking for work. A few found jobs but have you a bout ready to taki .-
within another few months hunlr..d"I I (Hound according to Gun :Nelson; a "notion," he had to run things into until he had saved up enough to buy with the street cleaning department,| cross to town ? We are about to, m.. '.
of these beautiful birds conductor, who was! on the other cars tho ground. At the waterworks you a second! hand automobile. After. that I and stayed there long enough to earn you. know. By the way, what -h'>.
this section nnd saw the accident had to "keep off the grass," for who he would work only half of the time money for a ticket for home, livinirl' yard is this' anyway?"
could tell that you didn't have your I and spend the rest of the days tinker- I on bread of mixed pea meal and sawdust I!'1 ___
Mrs \'.". P. Simmons of Falmouth, "Skipper" Pete Alsobrook brought pockets full of prussic acid! to poisonthe ing with his cur and take joy rides. and a thin slice of bologna until iTS
i I is at the Fletcher House with her little safely into the Leesburg harbor the water with. Every little measley The work was very hard l and few I they could save up a student sum.
L, four-year-old boy, who was the 1 I god ship Two Friendl after an uneventful establishment, that claimed to do any-I made full time. They had to work under negro boss- ,
I .", victim of n terrible accident on voyage up the St. Johns and thing for the government, had The shipyard workers''life was not es.Sundays as well as other days, und
: day, when a dynamite cap, !given 1'1n'1 up the Ocklawahn rivers, from the diets", with fixe d bayonets to all roses. Th yards were filled with ; it went hard for self-respecting Florida I
f by a little negro boy, exploded in port of Jacksonville. There was no I Along the river front one must be' so many placards till they resembledthe l farmers throwing mud and dead
left hand{ blowing away part of this mutiny qn the journey down for Capt. very careful not to enter "verbotcn" "Jerry on the Job" comic :Sunday; I cats onto the carts, and being scoldedby
tl hand and severely burning! his face. I I Alsobrook was the nkipi; rr and the ground and be arrested as a German 'supplement. Each placard was intended their black bosses for not picking
I'r The little fellow's sufferings; have crew of the vessel.. Anyway he can spy. Every evening at 6 "big ben," i to inculcate patriotism, by I up a rat by tho toil I, when it was not
y been painful but ho is improving say it after years when large ships the whistle at tho waterworks, wns 'firing hard for the employers, who I convenient for the shovel, to have \,\ /
somewhat now. I nrecoming down the Ocklawaha canal sounded! during 60 seconds"" and ho must supply ships to win the war. an acquaintance from home, adorned \
1. a- --- I I from the ocean to the port of LeeH- who did not ,top and take off his hat About every Saturday, before pnying- with a yellow badge as big us a sun-
) Two deputy sheriff's and two net.'- burg that he heat them to it by several daring that time, would be arrestedif off time, there was a sale of bonds and l cer, come up) and say howdy. While
I years n policeman was around., From other similar papers 1 issued by the i acquaintance polished the red numberof We Grind Our Own Lenses
, I to 7 whistles were sounding all the !I government. As ship building could I; the badge with a blue silk handker-I
: !1 Eleven alien Chinese, believed to time, and a man who did not carry a not !go on without money, the contractors chief, he'never failed to NODELAYGainesville.
have been smuggled into this country watch was liable to make n mistake did all they could to sell his magnificient earnings. I
t;, ': Well! I from Cuba, were found by sheriff's I i and be arrested. A city councilman, I bonds. They did not appeal to the I,' While the opulent spendthrifts Florida
I'' deputies and fedl.rnlrents/ In a raid I who was accused of talking disrepset- workers, but ordered them to buy all strutted about town, scanning the
!I" Ion two houses In the west end of fully about one of "our clear allies'," they could afford, on penalty of being ,, shop Tfcondows for expensive and unnecessary I j. L. SIMMONS
\ ; Strong Jacksonville. Several! of the Chinese was impeached by his fellows, who fired. Those whose small pity did tallow things to buy", it was rather PI.L.MIIEK AMK.ELECTKICAI.>> \
I 1 I knew enough English to tell the officers pointed the linger of scorn at him. them to buy bonds, were compelled :I sad to turn to the soldiers. Thi1 CONTRACTOR
J a'', 5.Mrt.Wlnholcl.Anna Clover Kai ,,of says R.:P. D."lI 1 I a partial story of their experiences. It wns worse than Russia. to buy war savings, ..tumps'i town was full of these young men, KSTIMATES CHEERFULLY fil\K
I began to suffer some month j They said they hail come At first it wag easy for any able- Each department in a yard hud a ( clean, neat and well set up, walking Telephone 133-J
ago with womanly troubles, and t from Havana and had paid l some one, bodfcd man, who knew the rudimentsof watchman with a gun in his hand,' about, waiting for orders to be sent STARKE FLA.
I I wu afraid I was going: to gel I whom they didn't know, for gettingthem handling carpenter's tools, to Q't who was itching to shoot anyone who across the sea to become fodder for
in bed. Bach
" with my head,ba.k monlh and I t suffered ides-a safely Into the United States. a job at a shipyard at W\ per day, entered it without permission, and I German guns. Their small pay of $30 To Stop a Cough Quick
'1 weak aching, nervous fueling. They had been waiting in Havana several tho workmen who could not secure per month allowed of no luxuries. If taker
I began to try medicine. as I months for an opportunity to be such permissions knew very. littlenhou't they felt envy toward the luckier men HAYES' HEALING HONEY: s
"IN cough medicine cough W
knew I was.getting worse. It I A BAD \WAY"/ which stops the
did not seem to find the right smuggled In, they said. the Shipyard as a whole. I who were exempted from war, to revel healing the inflamed and irritated tissues..
} remedy until someone told mi! of I The banksprobably( to accommodate I in opulence at home, they did not I, A !box of GROVE'S O-PCN-TRAfE
r Will Robinson, a negro employee of --- the store keepers) closed at 12 show it. They stuck to each others. SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds ,lid'<
If your back gte"s out; that the work- Besides Americans, there were men Croup la enclosed with every butt; "
I the rook. "anlon Corporation was o'clock Saturday, so I HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The s, r
instantly killed ;Mmlay morning when Becomes lame. w>'.il" Ic or aching; men's check could not be cashed except i of all nations, but they were all one should be rubbed on the chest and thi '
CARDUIThs the log train on which he was riding If UI hairy troubles s"'t in, In the stores, on condition that in heart, and the comradeship was of children guttering from a Cold or Cr i-
Perhaps your kidneys' are "In a excellent. They well treated The tu.Hat tHcrt of Healln lloiw -
was wrecked. The loft train was mak- baM, way." something! was bought. Therefore I were by ddethe throetmmbinndwlth Havn lb.h..hngea.* .
ing Its usual morning trip over the Doan's Kidney! << Pills are for weak many things were bought that buyers the civilians and dinners and other brave iho s 0-Hwi-TrM Salve ihiwulh UM pore "*
tram rood Into Curbur from the woods kidneys. had jno uAe'tor, but threw away on the pleasant entertainments were ,given Both.kin rcmrdln soap upp; are a eou packed h. In ono raitoo aoi. 'M
\Wcrcsa's Turtle when a hog dashed out the brush Local evidence rrovfi their metaL streets. them. In the stores thousands of COM of the combined tnatnMot U XmJunt
I used two bottles before I could alongside the track, derailing the ]f. K....t.naii. retired travelingman There was enormous waste at the kinds of trifles were kept for sale for ask your druggist for HAYFS'HEALING
:. see any great change, but after engine and almost completely wrecking M(. Ju si stnrke, snys.: "I had 'hipyards, but this could not be help the soldier boys, each being advertised HONEY.
..i.' that much it better was I tern got.ikabie 1 am' now how five cars which were behind the a treat deal of II"., Lie with my kidneys ed as the ships had to be built in a as a necessity that no soldier' could xnr'RaW'-sir
well and strong. I can recommend engirt Robinson, who was riding on In Si.' I'vter.-burg, Florida: soma hurry. One could not but admire the possibly! do without. It is true, the amiltt7CA1f1L WCt
,- Cartful, for It ctrulnly one of the cars was thrown to the yean nso.. Tlicriwait' a soreness talent for organization showed by the I boys got only $30 per month, but COFFINS & CASKETS
thi 1'111LJ' !! ct buck and I
benefiKi! across mj
If youhavebeenexFrrtmentIng me. ground with such force that his neck felt pretty l.imc.. I suffered with severe contractors and their energy In getting Ithere were so many of them, don'tyou And a Full Line of i\
on yoursjlfh: all kinds of was broken by the fall. pains' In the tack: of My hand material and men. A piece of. know. Some of the stores! got U fdttltlttt' iufpktt
different! remedies, better get and everything seemed In a blur. A boggy swamp was filled, buildings their dollars, others their quarters
E',i. back Cardul,to the good medicine old reliable The Essential Oils Company of neighbor advised me to try Doans erected, slips dug, machinery electric and others, again their last nickels AUTOMOBILE HEARSE )
women, about which you have tor America is Well under way with the Kidney;: Fill\ and they helped: mo lighting, railway tracks, piers and so If each soldier should have bought all Always I on hanil. The beat Hr'
always heard, which has helped removal of its plant from Tavaresto from the atirt. One box of Dean's on, created almost overnight. Very the things the shop:! keepers declared vies a' the lowest price Spec
'. many thousands of others and Grovcland, the contractors are on cured me" few of the men knew what to do when : to be indispensable, he would have dl tuation to telegraph orn. -
Ask which should: help you it too. the ground to do the concrete construction Price COc: at al! I dealers Pont first hired, but there were bosses in I been compelled to pull them on a R ciat..rcd Embalmer.DeWITT I
neijhbcr about she .. ,
; "" < '"e vn' ' has probably used it. work on the building Many plenty to instruct them and a casual hand cart. This by the way, might
Kidney! I'lIIs! : --the: that
'V f-or rare everywhere thousands of plants have been set Eastman had. K same.M.'lburn' observer'would think, by viewing the I I have confused the German hosts! and a C. JONES
Mr stter
: p. M out the site of the factory. The I there perhaps' resulted In their rettreatiny If
on Co.. Ufr. Buffalo N \'. way the awards of men( were STARKE. FLAr 4
blossoms frost these plants will fur 000 men employed in one of the so perhaps-, there was patriotism anj .\.;
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FRIOVY, JUNE 15, 1923.

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r *w] r ON: ClllCENS: I| LEGUMES: ; TO I'ItEV'EN'rE.tC111NG : ,
.Wih.ThB; :d d..i Sunburned ? I .\I Tlm RAINS: -
'I h, ', tent. o';' K nft P. poult 'it- 'i I Inheriting from the world war a
MENTHOLATUM ti..it BU,phm. m harmfi!' to fowls I"i 1 i r.posil; ,or. called'!! lhi! inipp\ ig I
wet weather is :'aied by N. Rains have fallen almost daily fir. I'oiud" people of the United Site:
County Farmers cools and soothes Suhborn, poultry specialist! of \\1, weeks. 3Iuny crops have been dam are Almost. daily titliod upon( to open
I the skin. aged. Coming ones suffer from their '
parched Florida ollege of Agriculture, to bea may eyes in astonishment at
I mistaken the packing/ of the land and the leaching those dertermined to this
:,,.,.,.--...-.....--.-...--.-....-....-.........................i haw been idem!given In sulphur fact the in birdsthat their away of valuable! plant food. Howto incubus. More or less populate recently the

I 1IIK: LI\E rotH FARMER feed for nmetinie are better able to treat the soil after such a rainy board has. been in the public eye because ('
e.= NEEDS OOM; ) season has been asked of Prof. A I'. '
PASTURES: stand inn, wet pe nods than they otherwise of the millions expended( reconditioning
lib : IERMII: ,\ iivun) 10 HEAT would b\!'. Spencer, of the agricultural extension! a big German boat for the

\ The primary purpose for which sul- division of the University of I'loiuln.. passenger\ service. Now it has pro.posei ,i
:' _In order that dairying and Olh'e' phur is commended is to modify the He answers as follows- ,] that instead of refitting: two ,

stuck farming may be permanent and attacks of sorehead according to Dr. "The effect of water-soaking. on other big bouts, us suggested/ by them \h .
\ I I' profitable, it is necessary to grow on Sanborn. Sorehead disease of Floiiila land is to make it compact the countrywill bo usked,! to appropriate ,
.t' the ground where consumed as much poultry that is similar to measles and, In most cases, tour. Perhaps thgreatest > u matter of $:JIUliOOi( to '
as possible of the feed needed for which affect children in that it never
x ,<. that farm, according to the opinion of attacks the same bit,.. more than once out of the a\'IIlnb: : plant fUlI one of the Florida's successful dair>'- -Is considered one of the verwoist recount of the heavy nuns I that have had, in continuing after its usefutneiis !.

,. .t men.Feed troubles with which the Florida poul been prevalent ,>vc" most 01 Florid' hud long gone and. operating at
M grown with the least amountof tryman has to contend. Some state miring the last few weeks, mane good a dead loss of many millions annually
handling is usually the cheapest. after conducting/ experimental tests, trucking lands me water soaked\ or in competition with American shipping -
'in Therefore since to pasture cattle with a number of remedies, have advocated under water. These IlIn.18ili not be the shipping\ board hall apparently
; means to minimize! the handling of the planted for perhaps four or live
'I"i ; inoculation of the poultry no sense or shame or idea, of
11 .. ,,! ; feed by the farmer, it la 1 essential with a serum, However Florida has months, but a good< deal of the fertility !- \propoition\ With hundreds of ships
iir ,if that good< permanent pastures be established never conducted any such tests, but that might otherwise be leached built fur emergency of war-and now
'"i,,, on all livestock farms par- its specialists have learned that sulphur out, cnn be saved! to the soil. rotting lit IInl'hlill the rivers; with
ticularly for cattle and hogs' is! a practical remedy.Dr. "\\here\er possible, open up the hundreds of other boats In commission
What pasture plant is Adapted to Sanhorn recommends that the ditches so that the water may be jet ..1'illlC'l'r)' little business
I I'' iri "if :! Florida conditions ? is a natural ques- sulphur equal 1 per cent of the mash drained! olf. Then as soon as the und kept going I through leckless disregard
I" rhnp) I tion. In answer to itV.. E. Stokes with which it should be mixed: It is land
ti, 'i I grass and forage crop investigator of particularly leeommended for growing crop !preferably u legume, nlthouuhuriy hoard actually proposes( to go Into
,.1 l ((1\ : the Florida Experiment Station, nays chickens nerving not only UIII crop that takes up .fertility !instead the business of building more .ships
in i. i it t" from the standpointofageneralfrom sorehead attacks ale only mild when save much fertility that otherwise ( as it did tho subsidy seems probable -
indomo the standpoint of a general all- sulphur is fed because the chicken's would be lust Such u crop not only and no conditions can he Imagined -
'In around plant for this state. body and system are kept in a strong flops the leaching but also supplies which would warrant such un undertaking
th .'Kgs : ) ;) Profesor Stokes says further on healthy condition.EXTRU'IS humus to turn into the soil later on in at this tinio.
I this subject "You cannot get rid of the which will be of direct ben-
hang i year, American shipping is at a distinct 1
advisable I bermuda without some effort. Its aggressiveness FROM< REPORTS OF efit. A crop of cowpeas will .serve disuclvantuge on many and! essential
if they and tenacity makes it l'OlTNTYE TS these purposes and also furnish con- \points and the absolute), failure of
very hard to eradicate and therefore, siderabK for farm livestock.
er wav', i i the shipping hoard to make any pio-
"mi "if very valuable as a permanent pasture Columbia-Farm crops are excellent "Florida soils are very responsive gross is. admitted by all but the most. r' t

,a whip grans. particularly corn and cotton. to /good treatment. If the properpreparation iiidical organs. That the business. :'
"The months' the
rainysummer is
timid Many boll weevils and indications are is made< to take cure of 'lIr1'lt',1 on by the )board, is extravagant '
best establish
time to bermuda. Pre-
Irnen that nil cotton not treated properlywill the excess water even though there unsatisfactory and unnecessaryis I
will not pare the land thoroly, as this crop be a failure Farmers have so- is no valuable crop on the land l, better very generally IIthnittl'.I-IIn.1 yet
lasts time ''
a long furnishing stock
'If, with from until cured (6,200 pounds of calcium arsenate crops the (coming season will result. there appears n (policy on the putt ff
to poison green pasture spring so fir for weevil control around ." of the administration. to bolster), it Vii
frost. Where the land is
,injury to poor use here. pup i' \ and keep it going, regardless of ';XJ!' I,
stable manure or an application of
potatoes : 'IELEGKPH'S HONOR ROLL ; \public i good I
commercial fertilizer high in nitrogen -
done by Pasco-The campaign against the I This latest plan to spend' tax money p' ,

necessary "In planting use roots or runners! boll weevil started this week with the Names, of hoxe \\ ho Paid ulmtrip- und. inaugurate a building program
tire for they are more satisfactory than farmers! using the Florida method of ion During. MayC. that could run away with billions t
,mining control. while "modestly" beginning: In the
planted seed Get plenty of roots
anil feed this plant is that ishrdlushrdlushrdlu L. Peek S. L. PeekV m. Larcy tens millions Is about the nerviest i l

leaped chopped up and spread. over the la id Dado-Spent entire week in work VV K: Middle-ton II. A. Bishop, Mrs. I suggestion muilo sincethe, subsidy ,
in be and disc in good and deep or drop of milk-week campaign, meeting with II, C. (demons O. W. Clayton R. I R. | bill Titled! And! it Is said that this J

if water roots in every rlw. or every second every civic club( in Miami Results Prevail, J. H. Horrid. J. V. Jones, B. \proposition came Into view ufter the I '
kerosene or third row, when breaking the land, very gratifying; increased demands Haynes, Dolan (Carter K. 11. I Futt'h. American Steamship Owners'. Association }
"In and then level with a disc harrow. for milk reported by dairymen and S. W. Brown Mrs. It. M. Prevail, ti. protested. against the spending :
than 3 "Run the mower, over the pasture milk dealers. F. Scott, J. S. Forsvth, II. P. I Redding of sixteen millions for repairs( on r'; I
pound an, several times during the year to keep < N. D., Wynn A. L. Green II I.. two v'd' German boats I landing oat
Italians weeds from seeding and bushes from St. Johns--Took nine of our prize- Johns, J. L. Parmenter, \\". M. Kakli" I the people's money in scoops nndchuncks
be applied growing up. Sometimes it is necessary winning sweet potato and corn club II. C. Owsley S. M. Molt, H. Guy AI- und bales appears to bn thu
Ily to plow or disc thoroly the bermuda boys to Gainesville to attend the club dernmn J. VV. Padgett, T. I D. Dyal, chief business of the shipping board. j
(Ions of ) pasture to break up the sod- short course. II. It. Supp, Jns. (i. Garris, P. L. -.Kx.:

quantity bound condition which conies about '- Thomas; : T. M. Hugan, !Miss Dlin/i I
with grasses of this kind. G1Rdl'K-Growers are exercising Shaw, C, A. Youngblood I, Mrs JV I
I "If lespedeza Is found growing in more care in selecting' seed and plants Killian Jno. B. Browning Mrs W. Fortune'. jart.MQs..'* I II
the pasture encourage/ it, for it adds for next truck crops. Also preparing II. GrllUn A. ('. Fmley, Mrs It If. I H/icon smell. Hotni-lliliiK like this: I
.Some d.'J: much to the fertility of the soil. It to disinfect' seed and do more and better : Damon J. A, Hurnage, C. R. Neal J. "Fort line iiinlieH u fool whom alto .
cloth' ; l : takes nitrogen form the air." pprajlngPolk II. Lowery VV. N. Lit hue>> O. ('. fn- makes her darling' 'I'lease turn' that
a feather son, J. Uglow Mrs It. I.. McDowell: this Iv I'i,'rs to uliat. w, nay rail "J Jendnenre
KUKU; COMMON SENSE -Many growers are planting L. I H; Dowlmg T. M. Williams, W. J. "freuks of fortune not to wealth" or ,
Eig-ht lu'gxarweed! and cowpeas in their Tpperson Sim Kelly, T. T. Bryan, J" won liy one's own energy orluleiitH i
Suds sun hardly he classed
belt (By Spuds Johnson.) groves. Vineyards: are looking Hue W. Mann Jr., (i. C. d' dy, Newn Warren I I with Urn "ilurlliiKS. of fortunu., ,i
fields ( K J. Wainwright S. S. Dowhng, i
mi? for Some farmer don't want any beg- Jt'ffeflmn-Weevil infestation is Mrs. I. I.. Pmholster l.:. C. Williams. I
Dally Thought.
/letter garweed !growing in their fields. But heavy. Many farmers are turning to VV II. Philips, VV J. Lin.I".y.Ir.! ., All the greatest men. live In theft r ..
I[ am a great believer In this crop; the I Florida method of control for pro- VV A. Bailey S. H. Wondard, V.:. L'j: purpose and effort ",tire than It U pocIbla :t 1
Cost of the beggarweed is a pet of mine. tection ut the last minute. A. Fisher J. C, Hunt Elizabeth; JI. fur them to II ve la NaUt7.-U
milk Years ago when I started in farming Sue. kln.
J JI s sa
which for myself, I saw to( it that its seed Lake-Just clo"edleriu of seven

"' .Inky -were scattered in all my fields. Nowit well attended citrus meetings, diseases ',
thought is well established on every acre.I insect pests, fertilization, cultivation I ; I

annual believe in tho beggarweed for a and cover crops> being the main More Clinchers
cattle number of reasons. First and fore- tu'');'ccts ohiseuatled.SuwanneeIfeld! Royal

ent Ipw ( most among these reasons it its abil-

ity to /gather nitrogen-the most precious ten demonstrations for 1923 '
A good plant-food element we know for the control of boll weevil by tho :'
prune about-from the air and store it in Florida methyl 21";) farmers attending !-

lust 1 its leaves stems and roots. There is United StatesTiresare r. ;

Florida no better soil-improver than the beg ,
be made garweed and sometimes I think it is Wakulla-F B. Vroomon brotherof \
the best everything con lolered. Assistant !Secretary AJtricultureVrouman \ dTires
From A second reason for my'growingthis (under' Wilson) was here x \ ?
or nitrate plant is. that it makes a very excellent this week looking for a site to entifb-
monia pasture for the farm stock. lish boys' winter camp and getting a TIlE U. S. Tire people I ,
of time in
tinsel And then it maybe cut for hay hay larire body uf land with intention of plenty ii, : ,

='and> that is very high/ in food value. Indeed colonizing it later Clincher developing Cord.the Royal IJt +Ii.'
the right/ kind beggarweed/ Leon-My articles in local papery r.r.c c
cut at the right stage I'd put up are treating much interest. Twentv- When it was finally placed Jon 1 .
against any alfalfa or timothy that even, farmers culled today for ,'on- sale there were no mistakes I
ever was grown. rultations. We shall have 100 n<'res l1i 14 in it. ,
; Another point in its favor is that it to onions this winter. Last year we couldn't ,
Say furnishes a heavy growth of humusto Santa Rosa-Gave four demonstrations make Royal Clinchers fast \ I 1 1enou

turn into the soil. home of the boll weevil control, which re & ;h. : j j
soil experts over at the Florida College uslted, in several) farmers turning to 11 Production for 197.3 has i ,
J i
; of Agriculture have said that the Florida method. been more than doubled.. I

humus means life to the noil. I'm Inclined Rut w hcncv and whetlwu r I
to think they\ are right if they VIOOMLUV II 11Th ever you can pet a Royal I '
; were talking about the humus which Clincher-take it.ifwus. I t '
beggarweed furnishes. Woodlawn, Tune 15.-J. S. Philips, ril t '

I have never seen anything that of Miami, spent the first of the week 1, / .f Pri't
can do these! things better than the hen, guest of his parents, Mr and I fE
good old -reliable becrgarwced.'lt collects Mrs. D. L. Philips

: l fertility from :Nature's own rich Misses' Loin and Mamie Lou Nor- : fZ "''pbtr, !
c9t storehouse in the air above us; it sup man left Thursday for Valrlco where
; : ; plies our farm stock with the very then will visit relatives. I
best pasturage: and hay, and it fur. D R. Browning was a business visitor
i "
< nles niches the soil with the lx>gt, of humus to Jacksonville Friday< i !

t",fig'kagn/the nr and therefore, life. Charles Phillips, of Thereto, pent ;;: BfeS k
rihcvl by I :Sow is. the time to start it, right the weekend here the guest of his ( ;, 1
'aim end now In mid-summer If you haven't uncle, 1). L. Phillips.
Colds got the seed ask your county agentor S" II Thompson and R B. Osteen '
seed dealer. And don't puf it t>ft'. were business visitors to Palatka last Where to buy U.s.71 res .J' ,
week.J. I ,
Habitual Constipation Cured
S. and W. II. :Norman were visitors I
Accept i in 14 toll Day J. W. Andrews. Jr., Starke, Flt.
to Starke Sunday afternoon.
a specially
hmith' Garage Fla.
"nly Ea Starke
( prepared SynipTonio-Lajta'Jve for HabitualConstipation. : W. L. Johns, of Plant City spent
proper( Anderson' Law Fla.S.
Garag-c. .
twelve It relieves promptly but the week-end here with relatives.Mr. .
gists' t alao : should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days, and Mrs. Roman Futch of 1). Morgan, Orange Park FU
induce regular action. Stimulate aDd .
Aspirin is Maxville, were! guests of relatives d
Regulates. a Very Pleoaaut to Tak* SOc I ..
alic.IiOll \ i per bottle. here last week. -



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:' ;y Bradford County TelegraphPublished starboard or port, or to put the gyrocompass LAWTEY I I normal. i I!' Those of the class present were:

I in control and maintain a 1 j Carl Carnes, of Florahome wa vis- Howard Mann, Walter Savage, Herman f

: steady coune. Lawtey, June 15.-The Lawtey B. j I itlng friends here Monday Jones, Harold Priester, Wilbur 1

1- and entered The gyrocompass Is another novel V. P. U. will have a debate at the I ::\liss.\//ice Piper left Tu -day for Knight, Saladin Raulerson, James
weekly as
inlOtIlJl/ ion on the world's only radio- school auditorium tonight at eight Tallahassee where she'will attend the Kennedy and Lawrence Piper. Invited -

\ second class matter, at the post controlled, battleship. This device perII11lt o'clock.! The subject' will be "Be it summer normal guests were Misses Charlotte Sav-

office at Starke, Florida. of automatic steering of the I IVCII' resolved that our inheritance has a !III'. Foster Eddy and :Miss Edna, Ep- age, Viola Townsend Davis, Ruby

= el. This compass is electrically] greater influence on our life than ('n- person were quietly married Sunday, Ilandley, Dona Pad&fi'tt: and Caroline

: E. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner connected to the control panel of the vironment." Mrs L. II. Hill and Rev.. June 10th, at 1:30: at the home of I Duncan.

li'ctric motor on the steering! gear, E. D. Boyer will speak for the affirm- I the bride's parents, Mr. and :Mrs.: O. Miss Perla Whitten and niece, of

rCBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION thus making it possible for guidingthe ative, Miss Jennie Griggs and Rev. J. A. Epperson. Rev. F. W. Cramer Raiford, were guests of Miss. Kath- Time

I ship along any course. The steering C. Boatwright" of Ocala, will speak !' performed the ceremony. :Mrs.:\ Eddy erine Epperson Thursday to Re hreTI1

-- .- apparatus on the Iowa consists for the negative. After the debate a H life-long resident of this place :Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wise, of Rai

f RATE I I of) a standardsteameiiginedrivenrudder / beautiful cake will be given to the II" has a host of friends who wish ford, motored over to the bull game:

gear, the throttle valve of most popular lady() under 20, and one her well. Mr. Eddy is Thursday.Mrs. .
1 q.r Year_____________________$2.00 to the most a prominent to I1
the engine being geared to a small popular young man under I business man of Alachua, and has : Roscoe Hilton has returned <

I II electric motor. The commutator, or 25. Admission will be 10 and 2.:> many friends who will welcome him I her home in Jacksonville after a visit -

1 THE MAN LESS SIIII' electric brains of this battleship is cents. Proceeds to go for the benefitof and his bride to Alachua, where they ) with her. parents, :Mr.:\ and Mrs F.

I CONTROLLED/ BY RADIO connected to the control panel of tho orphans. will niako their home. M. Rivers.

1 I ----- this motor and is thus enabled to'' Mrs. W. E. Toroue and daughter, Only a few intimate friends: were .Misses Blanche Roberts and Ruby

.1 j Experiment Carried Out by Navy operate the'electric motor, which, In I Mary Lucile, were visitors to Jack- present, as follows: Mrs. G. W. Coleman Driggers celebrated, their sixteenth I

I"" .. /".... With "Iowa" SiKccsKful turn, causes the steam engine to op- : sonville Monday Miss Herrictta Padgett and :Mr.: birthdays at the home of the latter, '- (

It ; erate the rudder! to either starboardor I I Truby Wainwright was called to Harold Priester. The bride's sister, I parents, :Mr. and! :Mrs. S. M. Driggers,

A battleship steaming ahead, without port, according) to the dictates of Wateroak Wednesday night on account -I Miss Georgia, acted as maid of honor, Friday evening, June 8th. All had an ;,
the officer on the controlling vessel. of the illness of his mother. enjoyable time and at a lute hour the
I a person aboard, and In the absence while her younger sister, :Miss Katherine -I
of visible means of control, was the I Suppose it Is desirable to stop this Mrs. Charles Dinkins and son, Rob- played the wedding march. I hostess served delicious ice cream and !I

strange and almost unbelievable spectacle I crewless seagoing craft when ftteapi- ert, spent the week-end in Jackson- Mrs. O. W. !Maims Mounteocha: home made cake. |

viewed at the joint maneuvers | lag at full speed! ? The officer in ville with relatives. is the guest of her son, Dr. J. E. "'Those present were Misses Katherine -

of the Atlantic and Pacific fleet ofi charge of the controlling vessel mere C. S. Hill, Jr., and sister, :Miss: Helen Mains, and family this week, Epperson, Russell Rivers, Omie I

the United States Navy Departmentoff I ly transmits a wireless] signal of 10 of Palmetto are spending a few Hal Y. Maines left :for Sanford on and Lula Scarborough, Besie Kennedy I FOR SALE BYJ.

the coast of the Panama Canal I seconds' duration. This long radio days here with relatives and friends. Tuesday. He has been here taking Virgie Thomas, Frankie and Oliro W. ANDREWS Jg,

Zone, in :March: J-3.\ The weird tales signal serves to operate a special Miss Iva Jordan, of Alnchua, was the place of N. B. Rosier nt Tomlin- Priester, Ada Register, Estelle Ros- Starke, FU.

of vessels plying] the oceans without I relay or switch which opens the cir the guest of Misses Joyce and Claudia sori-Maines Drug Co.. who was off on enberg, Christine Townsend, :Miss -

guide or chart, fanciful myths dating cult on an electrically controlled pne- Terry, first of the week. a vacation. I Wilma Andrews, of Worthington, E. M. JOHNS.

i I buck to the Roman galleys, haVe been umatic valve. This shuts off the fuel- Mrs. Truby Willis and children were Fred Sloan, of the Sloan Fruit Co., Misses Blanche Roberts, Rubye and 'Solicitor_ for Complainant

' wonderful wireless waves have madeof oil and feed water pumps, thus suspending in Lake Butler visiting relatives sev- of Tampa, was in town this week. The I j Mattie Driggers, :Messrs. Knsper and PETITION: FO.l ELECTIONTo --

I the legendary manless battleship 'the operation of the POW'Tplant. eral days'of last week company has been buying quite a Aubrey Duncan, Carl anti Wilbur the Boar? of I'ubllo. Inntiu.-i, : i.

i 't an accomplished fact. Obviously, then, the radio- Rev. and :Mrs E. D. Boyer were quantity of tomatoes' at :New' River. Brown, Earle Pceplcs, Hugh Register, ford County the undersigned Morida.Wu tjuiillfltij! ,
I controlled battleship comes to ;i visitors to Baldwin Thursday. \ Brooker and Him Hill, nub ..h,,,, i I -
;{ and IIh's.1.. Winnifred LaadholU
The battleship Iowa, a veteran seagoing r. B. Rosier returned Mayhew Kennedy, hereby petition your IlunoraM,. I
craft of the Spanish-American standstill. Futhermore, if the wireless Elam Rhoden was a visitor to Jack- from their bridal tour Thursday John R. Townsend, Clarence grant us an election to *drU>rmm< ..i.! '

I .' War, was equipped with radio apparatus receiving equipment on this ship sonville the first of the week. and will go housekeeping in the cottage Roberts, :Monroe Doyle, Hal Maines, not our truHteea diMtrict and shall oVtvrminc be contiolidiiu tin ,itmilllltfO i ithree 1., .r, "'

I and plied its way through/ the waters should become inoperative for a considerable lrR. Colon :Miller and children, of corner Church and Liberty ::\11'. and :Mrs R. F'. Rivers, !Mrs\ T. C. binned tO from be lUUtPMHfMl Brooker 1 i

! without any crew or personal on length of time a safety de- Zolfo, are spending a few days hereat streets. Chastain, Mr. and Mrs Brady Rosier. P. M. BAREFOOT,

I .w board. Another steamship, several vice is brought into force. This con- the home of her mother Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Barney Cone returned' home Miss Evelyn Piper has returned to (3.K. U.A. OOLSON.WEEKS: ,

j 1 miles distant, controlled and guided sists of a time clock which automatically Reddish. Thursday from Cairo, Ga., where she Jacksonville after a pleasant visit T.I. W.C. FINHOLSTER HAZEN, JR.

I the course of the manless Iowa by suspends the operation of all David! Moore visited friends! in !Mac- has been/nt the bedside' of her sister- here with her mother, Mrs.! Mary Piper. I.. MO. KG.vN.

means of wireless] equipment This mechanical devices in thp event that clenny Sunday. InlawIrs.: Johnson, who was critically E.H. J.I' LEWIS.c.AIXEY.

l'j' I I- apparatus consisted of 'n standard device the radio-receiving apparatus refuses Richard Lung, of :Maxville: was in ill but is now ImI'Io'lnlShe 1.M.. M.V. lit"'A\TH I'EIlR.:NY'.

f for transmitting!' electric waves, to function. town Monday. was accompanied home bv her mother ORDER FOB PUBLICATION JNO. SHKIVER.

, the entire operation of the Iowa being The wireless' instruments and amplifying :Miss Rachel Bayer returned to Jacksonville Mrs. Paul Johnson. Judicial In Circuit Circuit.Court.Braillonl Store of County Florida in Eighth chan I ,J.,. L.W.SHRIVEK HA ZEN,
electron tubes the first of the week after The cery. .\. A. HA EN.O. .
subject to remote control. The mUIII employed' on newly elected city officers were Blanche M. UEVIL.
I this wonderworking spending. two weeks here with her in 1 Jordnn S. V. ANDREWS,
less vessel was started, its direction battleship ore sworn Wednesday night. j Complainant.
steered, and its operating machinery of the type used for other purposus in parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Boyer C. W. Edwards, who had been visit- 'I R Jordan.v" I J.L. 11.H. BAXTER<.A1.NLY.:

y stopped solely] by use of the wirelesswaves. the United States Navy Department. Jeff Prevatt was a visitor to Starke ing relatives here for a few days, re- I j I'IE.!b Di-fendnnt.ui'pi'arinir" by affidavit appended to tho I From Pine R. H.Hill,)GREEN!

Moreover, the obsolete battleship The antiquated battleship] Iowa when Sunday. turned to his home in Ellenton! Thurs- bill fUutl in the above HIIIUH) cauxe that E. R. MR., r. L. < tt.SON..
linke d with that modern wondef Melvin] and Llge Wilkerson, of ( day. :Mrs.:\ Edwards Jordan the dffundant therein named. !10 n J). J. O. GREEN.
Iowa became a moving" target, radio and children will reiialont of the state of Horldn. and conceal \. H. SUKKENCY.X. .
became Highland, were transacting business himself ao 'hat cannot Iw serve L OHtEN.W .
the modern battleship Mississippi directing a twentieth century Flying II return later. I proems R. .IIUIK.ES.ALKJRU .
ed upon him and la over the age of twentyono -
f the fire of its giant rifles in Dutchman at the maneuvers of 'here Saturday.Alex II. A. Hewitt died Wednesday night roan : it in therefore ordered that Haul 1HOMAS. ',.,

I the direction of the radio-controlled the Pacific and Atlantic fleets oil the Ott, of Jacksonville, visited I after several weeks' illness, and was to resident appear defendant to the bill be of end complaint la hereby fUeil requited In Bald NOTICE- OF- ELECTION -

i ship. I the coast of the Panama Canal Zone relatives here one day last week buried in Elzy cemetery Thursday. A cause on I July. A. D. 11121.: otherwise the alienation, of Florida, the hoard of public in i illrmlford
(}. W.
The old battleship Iowa was modified I recently. Under invisible motive power Stokes, one of our oldest citizens huge number of friends attended to mud bill will be taken na cunfentied by ealtldefendant. i county hereby culls ulucti,
the Iowa without aboard has been confined to his room their held one in the Brooker upccia! "n i
person pay respects. "
) in some particulars! before it sHumeil ,1' It !I. further ordered that thin order be published district and one in Pine Hill apeci'liHtrict
I ) the role. of a modern miracle. i I II maneuvered back and forth, In loops, for the past two weeks.V. The election nf officers for the Missionary once u wuv't',for four conHevutuo; weeks ( to determine whet).,' '"idlHtrictH
the Bradford ollnyr'hltrll.h. .
in a newspaper -
shall be conHolidated. I.l li
: < Its power plant underwent extensive curves, and diagonal dashes, while R. Reddish nnd A. M. Blanchardwere society of the Christian published. in said county and Htate. i triiMtiea and to ditteimina the sin< nt,
10 miles the battleship MmNs- visitors to Sturke Sunday. church took place afternoon Thin June U. 11123. lime. to be anvaHaed Thin elect!" o
I alterations a means of insuring the I II away : G. W. ALDERMAN. held Saturday. July 7. ml.
operation of the propelling machinery ippi was directing. its gunnery practice Mrs. V. R. Reddish and children, resulting as follows: (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. L. W. KICK I i i i iH.

', for u considerable period of time I on this relic of the Spanish American Roy and Miss EVil, are spending a :Mrs. Eliza A. Harper, president. By C. A. KNIGII'GDeputy Clerk B:Solitary. WIGGINS.. __ 8-If-!' On. -
I few' days with relatives in Plant
without requiring personal attention. War. City Mrs Mae Bennett, vice president.

I The boilers were transformed from The gunners on the battleship :MisIsaippl this week. ;Mrs. Annie Rivers, recording sec- o

i coal-borning into oilburning power- used the radio controlled Iowa Larramore Rhoclcn went to Jack- retary. J ry

supplying units. Also /automatic devices as a target for discharging ammunition sonville last week where ho has secured Mrs. Co'rnelia1i11..r:: trea 6rer. .
were installed for feeding the from three forms of gunnery employment.Joe Miss Amelia Harper, collector! .'h:: /' '' >'e-;< @ '
Marr, Sr., of Highland was attending Mrs. ;Mabel Crews ( I C ) .
corresponding (
fuel to the burners and supplying water -5-inch guns 11-inch rifles, IIn,11 I (
to business in town '
to the boilers. The wireles, out- : 11-inch guns. The critical test had Friday. secretary : ,
fit on thin crewless battleship consisted for its objective the determination nf :Miss :Mary Williams, of Macclenny, Quite a large number attended and c-:

t s of an aerial or antenna for the the accuracy of the gunners when the is spending: a few days here this week there was much interest manifested.

reception of wireless signals from the battleship, guided by wireless waves, with her sister, Mrs. R.1.. Tracy. Nine: new members were addi'il. ENROIXSOU
'. \ I Mrs. W. E. Torodo was a visitor to Lake Butler chapter N'o. 4 O. E. S. .
' ,
;,. distant controlling vessel. The radio was making n full swing to port or Ii!
fourth. Starke Sunday was paid their annual visit the .
signals were converted 1 into a form starboard. The and final I
:Mr. and Mrs. Rhode Addison and grand matron of Florida :Mrs.' Lorn .i
for the the electrical bombing test was at a range that -' t. .
I '/ devices, which )control the steering I rondo it impossible for the gunners to children, of Hawthorne, visited relatives T. Og lesby. Those present w'rc11': : ''' (...."r"..." ( -.A -.. I ,
here first of the week. G. A. Epperson! Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. .tt }' .d"t .
'.1' pear and, throttle of the engines: of see the target but brought into ac- /,,;{ JC'.fti 7 :t ,
Bryant Reddish was a business visItor Strickland l, :Mr. and Mrs. :N. E. Rob- :
the battleship, by use of specially, designed tion aircraft as a means of spotting! /t. Jo I 3II i
wireless receivers, amplifiers, indirect gunnery fire. to Starke Monday.J. erts, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. :Maine, Mr. : ,

4 relays and other units used In the ;; J. McLcod was transacting business and Mrs. F. 1.. Wise, of Raif. r The battleship Iowa was surroundedby :! j
I reception of radio communications. certain safeguards from complete I in Jacksonville one day last II. RegisterMrs.; George Coleman )flddv ct2kyt !
S :Mrs. T. J. Townsend, Mis.' R. S. Johns .
When In readinessfor
everything: was dectruetlon in the recent tests, despite 1 p. ,
There will be services In the three
Misses Edna and Georgia "
1 I the starting of the manless ship its position as an open-range' -- > i
on its epochal cruise, the main enginewas The churches Sunday. You are invited' to Everyone enjoyed the grand ni'itron's!
target. gunnery practice If
one of: then
talk which and)
I started and then left functioningvery very Interesting
the use of thin-skinned and extremely >
I instructive. The refreshment' com- Why waste: any more time longing for the I
'f. slowly.] Tha ,vessel was forthwith sensitive shells, manufactured
!, t abandoned, with not a person onboard during the final struggles 0f the I "* LAKE. BUTLER mittee, :Mrs: G. W. Coleman ;Mrs. R. pleasures you cnn:: get out of a Ford Car?

r and its control delegated to World War for ammunition of the I S. Johns and Miss Georgia Epperson Start now to make the Touring Car or arty
: Lake Butler June
15.-Last Sun- served a salad and afterwards
1, in charge of another vesselmiles course other select
an officer
naval gunners in France. These type you may your on.
the Christian
1' I II day Endeavor societywas : watermelon ,
i' : removed from the Iowa. The shells explode at the slighest shock, :
I !' first wireless signal transmitted! by'' employed reorganised at the Christian Mrs. Anna Padgett and son, Prof.S. Soon will have
and for that reason they were 'church you it to drive .anywhere
I with twenty-five members. Of- D. Padgett, have moved to the Alderman :
the intercepted -
I' controlling battleship was I II in bombarding the protective Peers elected were as follows: farm which they purchasedsome you want to go-campinfj visiting =pprjicking I.I I.:
, t by the antenna on the Iowa armor of the IOWA Thus, a minimumdamage I. work.
E. W. Miller, president time -or to your _
I ago.
and received by the radio apparatus
was inflicted upon the hull
T. D. Proctor vice ,
president. Miss
Olga Priester entertained her
i located below the deck of the craft. !
>>,1, of the battleship.
i','I' If;: The wireless signal was> then ampll- Ruby Proctor, recoiling secretary. Sunday school class! of boy, Tuesday Under the terms cf the Fcrd'Veekly Purchase -

\ fled by vacuum tubes, similar to those I Now, thanks to inventive genuis, I Clydu Crews: coriespoiiJiiii secre evening: June Cth, at the home of her dI I Plan you can enroll for as little as $5.
l'' used In thousands of radioreceiving"sets | battleships, torpedoes, tary.Miss pan'ntsr.-' and :Mrs. H. F. Priester.All .
i and even trains may be started anlcontroll..d : Evelyn] :Smith: treasurer. had I
\ throughout the United States. present an enjoyable eveningand We will deposit your in local
payments a
Ii by radio. In all these wonderworking
Meetings wil Ibe held each Sunday
voted! for another
The amplified caused the functioning party soon. Interesting bank
signal interest. You can
feats however the wire- at add a little
evening. Miss Amelia every
Harper was
appointed :
I\! of sensitive I ( games were played and at a
an extremely relay less waves do not supply the motive to be leader of the first meeting late hour the hostess invited, the I week. Soon the payments plus the interest,

or switch, which, in turn, operated 'i, power for operating the battleship or after organization.Mr. guests to the dining room where delicious will make the car yours. .
f' larger relay. The latter closed! an
)j train-the electric waves merely Wesley Williams and Miss refreshments were served. I
electrical circuit which
] operated an actuating certain throttles or levers Crettls Thomas were united in marriage 1 1I You will be surprised how little time It

valve. I which cause the engines to begin last Sunday, Rev. J. R. Dukes pl takes
latter opened it admitted I really to get a Ford after you make the
functioning. Recently, a freight officiating. Mr. Williams Union
/ is a
compressed air to the throttle start. Don't put it off-Enroll today. Come
: train in Pittsburgh was started by county boy but at present is in the GeneralInsurance I

control of the main engines of the | in and lee full
us give
t radio and ran for song distance In the employ of the Bradentown telephone you
battleship which action caused the' i
\ i absence of local control. Of course, company. :Miss Thomas Is a popular
i throttle to open and! the Iowa steamed
atfeacl' in obedience to law, an engineer! was voting lady, a daughter of Mr. and I
at full speed. aboard but kept his hand from the Mrs. Isom E. Thomas. Their many k 01..
.tt : The switch also .
large relay or '
operates throttle. In rl'aljtthl' operator at friends wish them much happiness AND ,fie. .
a device described In electrical ..
the radio-transmitting station was in and prosperity. -" afrr
terms as a commutator, which in control of the throttle of the locomotive Dr. J. M. :Mann left Monday for ) .r*
'If, reality is a special electric switch \
engine for the distance over j Daytona to attend the meeting of the Real Estate J. ANDREWS, JR. -+\J'
having control of the steering mech .
which the freight train operated with state medical board of which he is a Authorized Dealer !
anism. The commutator Is the mechanical
the engineer. keeping hands of!. How member. I ,
I. brains of the battleship Iowa. + LINCOLN. FORD. FOUDSONSTARhE $
ever the wonderful wlrl'l"sllVa\ s Mr. and Mrs. F. L Wise were the (
This device receives the wireless signals FLORIDA / '
merely supplied! energy enough for guests\ of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann PEEK & BURNS I .*1-yt: .
interprets them and passes them jg$
actuating the lever that opened the Thursday. I! "
I to the electric motor .
on directly controlling throttle to the locomotive engine. Rev. W. T. :McGuire. preached two <:;,;;,*.; ,x

the steering engines. By Similarly, in the radio-controlled battleship fine sermons at the Christian church j ":'oiot too big for small businessnor
of the mechanical brains theofficer
r means the impulses of radio energy Sunday, especially fo mothers as to I ton small for big business" .
f on the control' battleship was: only serve to operate 'he throttle val the care of their daughters, j i
enabled to steer the Lows to either I
ves to the main engines-wonderful Mrs W. J. Epperson, of Starke and Your Business is Cordially So '

'I.I No Worm In a healthy Child : accomplishment\ thqt it is. daughter, Mrs. George( Anderson of'' licited. X1

All children troubled.with Worms have ... uo I --. Lawtey, are visiting :Mr. and :Mrs.

'. tenth color which: Indicate poor blood and at* John, Croft this week Office with C. L. Peek & Son
rule then. Is more or lei. stomach diMJrtw fv.WJOVE Thought Misses Christine Townsend Carrie
IAr. kr two or three week viV rarkh" t' u h A single grateful! thought turned Belle Browif Blanche Roberts Estelle Telephone 83
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Iapmveth.itientknanda.1aa. ,, -unit. \ beftTt'DWard III the
must perfect. prjr Rosenberg left Monday for Madison I
'I ''k fluij ''lal-tn! thewholv flyscem. .' -
I throw off rl dbael I tbe worms.anain,.CtUowl.'c: Leasing. where they will attend ,the summer. :' Y wkCL wie.L-1F""" mri.cmrrFnwa_.aff g.,'..
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r I meet next :Monday afternoon at tour at he tote Irch last Sunday eve went on wanting n car and hoping- ;deposited to the credit- of-'t the customer .

I o'clock, at the residence if :Mrs V,'. J.I ning' proved ; very successful. The that some day something yould turn

(& Bits of LocalInformation (@) Epper or. There will be a program children on tho program took their up whereby they could pet a car. ,I in the bank and draw interestat
and 'o'no the regular/ savings rate, bo
a meeting, after which a parts exceedingly well, entertaining "Now that 'somethinjj' has turned may
bas: will bt- packed for the orphannlle'l' a large audience. I up. The Ford \\Vekly Purchase Mini fired to f suit the desires of each purchnser. -

I '" fit \Icudla11 women I Miss iris Epperson rendered two I simplifies it all and makes it easier What could be easier than

I the church and friends are invited and beautiful piano selections, which were to, come Into the ownership( of a car. that?"

II I Concerning Our People, Business and requested) t bring articles of ch"dren's greatly enjoyed. An appropriate solo "It Is constructive automobile buying

,g Progress in the County and -: clothing, sheets, pillow cases, was well given by John Powell. J. in the simplest and. easiest. form t-
Town. .Qi
table linen, towels, etc. T. Quigley, superintendent of the and, presents to countless< families allover '

Sunday school, had l charge of the the country the I"nlowi"!", ,, fur
Mr. and Mrs. W. $. Yelvington and I )>rUlI'rllmli: s Isabel Bullen having opportunity of enjoying motor' cur iENTAYOIflCOLUMNN'.1N1'E11I.isor. %

;Mis. Nella Hughea spent Saturday fin, Lucilo little son, Billie, of Hastings, spent had charge' of arranging the program benefits and pleasures.
IP li< Ksonville. ', of Palatku Deal and Nancy Watson, ]last week visiting! her parents, Judge and! training/ the children. "Right hero in our own city it will,
I' motored to Gainesville! on and Mrs.\ Geo. A. Gardiner, at their The church! was decorated with daisies be more than welcome.
Mi1* Elma Rdblnette spent Satur- I home northwest of Stnrke. They returned lilies, Spanish moss and greens, "Take the family! where, Kay the -,

dy; ,HI Jacksonville. :Sit and Mrs Ralph home Tuesday, accompaniedby which made attractive setting for 1 father In not the only wage! earner, -- -
little and Mrs. Gardiner, who will spend several the following program: but whore perhaps 1\ ion or n daughter '\ : Inquire Lawrence
Sirs.. O. L. 'Beasley spent Thursday daughter Lorraine, of Jacksonville days at Hastings: : with her daughters 1'r'luI.-llisa: Iris Epperson. or two are at work. The family Development I'o., Brooklyn Flo.
1 ri 1 Jjuknonville.M Kate Livingston.were week-end guests of Miss Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Mrs. W.. SongCongregation.. never has enjoyed a car, yet every dISIt"k'
S. Yelvington. Rending of Scripture by Superintendent member times without nuuiln-r Ins!
Jo'OR1.1': -Mure sound and worksin
: L J. Green, of Hamilton, wad a Col. J. E. Futch, of DeLand, madea Dr. E. L. Biggs returned the first Prayer Quigley.-J. F. Kickliter. ( expressed a U-siro to own one."Under any harness, also colt 3 years

M-itiT 1 to Starke Saturday. short visit here last week. While in of the week from n, trip to Atlanta. Piano Sl'ection-Miss! Iris Epper the Ford Weekly Purchase uTt!. $lr.:! for bolh. A. A. Underhill
town he wa' the guest of Mr. and l Plan there Is j\o reason ut all why Storke. It*

I L. A. Wynn, of Hampton, made a :Mrs. II. L, Brownleo. Junes Shepard, of Ocala, spent son.Solo, His Love FOI'-'le--Jolll1 Pow such a family' should nut soon own u -

r business trip to Starke Wednesday.Owen Sunday here with his family. ell. Ford cat If each member contributesjust KINGSLEY:::; ,\K1: -Paul 1-:. Canovn

:\lrs.\1.: II. Chancey, of Gainesville, Bi B >wm* _> BMW>M-'H 'WM* Greetings Mildred! Giffls. a little of his or her earnings cottage, for rent. $15 I per week.

Griffin has returned home after I returned to her home Tuesday after a :Misses :Margaret Livingston an.1Ruth ReadingVhat'p. De tUseCJnarles each week it will hardly seem anytime Cash with application Peek &
at all before the wholo
a visit.with relatives in Jackson. visit friends.with :Mrs. A. M. Pettit and; other Allen, of Tampa, are visiting Lucian Kickliter.! will be enjoying a car. family Burns, Stake, Fill B-ll-tf

vill('. :Miss Kate Livingston.Mr. .
Dialogue The Flower's PIII.t--June
"What is true of the family H. true WANTED\ TO BUY-Twenty to
Ballon, Leila Don 'Andrews, Thelmn
Mr*. A. G. Dyal, of Jacksonville, Regular services at the Presbyterian and :Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children !- Andrea, Mary Brownlee, Lena Belle also of the individual who wants a twent.v-llve head calves.VII1 I pnvreiiHunublu :
was a guest Friday of Mrs. U. J. church next Sunday. You are invited of Brooker, were here Thursday and flea Shepard. price according to size
Griffin. to attend. "And ono of the most appealing features and age. Phone :2iH( ( Jacksonville,
visiting relatives and friends.
Reading, Witco Grandma Was a I
of the plan is that it is adaptable or plume :2712\: Staike. Ilalnbrldge
Little Girl -:Martha Brownleo.
:Mrs. W. J. Epperson returnedVed- :Messrs. J. L. I'eek, G. C. White and Ralph H. Burbour, of Jacksonville, Song, Jesus Loves. the Children to the menus
nc-day from a visit with relatives! in J. T. Quigley made a business trip to has purchased a lot at Kingsley lake Part of Sunbeam Band. I The weekly payments which farm, :Starke. M5-2t(

Lake Butler! Orlando, Lakeland and _
IJartow last and will build a cottage on his newly
week. Rending, Why Children's Day-Jr.McDonald. .
acquired Kind, which joints Louis II. !
Mrs. J. JI. Alvarez returned home Hill's property.Mrs. FOR SALE .
Indian Scene What Children's I
Sunday after spending several daysin :Mrs. J. L. Warren, of Madison, i it
Dues EIizlllwthndrl'wlC..
Jacksonville.Mr./ the guest of her daughter, Mrs Ed : J. S. Peek, of Locust, Ridge, rSim.
Neal. Next week :Mrs. Warren will go Ln., and l daughter, :Mrs. Robinson of Remarks-Supt. Quigley.God Rachel HTH.\WBEHUY m FIWam\TOI, {H, AnonKKJIITY: (: J IN: ALL .

and Mrs. G. S. Young:, of Lake to; :Miami\ to visit her dll u"hter1: n. Lake Charles, La., are guests at the Silcox.SongCongregation.Rending. Thanking :., a few :a:!,quart| and Ii, ls-:Mnitlv. S
fitv, are here assisting F. A. Crowder, L. G. Crews. home of Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. '

with his big dry goods sale. I, 1 :Mr*. J. S. Peck formerly lived in Benediction. K1NCSLEY: LAKE.: ))0'\' :Sl'1IM131t: : : linSOUT: ( I'JMH'KU. Ii

Miss Lottie Warren left Wednesdayfor i Starke and l her old friends' are indeed TYThis )
II. Wasdin and son, L. R. Was- Gainesville, where she has entered glad to see her again. i i-. one of t the l best I,ike 'localiomt

dig, prominent men of Graham, had summer school of the University of :METHODISTSunday : Olllt 1VM.MTSTKKKT: MO.Mi( : ::

business" in Starke Friday.F. Florida. CARl OF THANKS: Sl'VUKl-M'I.OIMDA.: i r 1
school ut 10 a. m. :\r rs.A A Kiul S-I'UCH house" with modern! contenirnrevi :<, double 'lot und

L. Turner attended the state :Mrs. E. F. Pierce, who has' been visiting Wo wish to thank the many friends l'thur1.00,1, assistant superintendent in center of the ri".idi ntiil; section. Will In1 sold chvun for coal.Five .

harmnceulical association in session her sister, :Mrs. Ed Neal, will who assited us during the sickness! .
at F.usti; last week. leave today for her home in ,Wauchula. and death of our loved one, and for Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. B. lots in Grange. Cotmi.v. Will sell one or ill to t Ntiit. 1''
Simpson ut 11 a. m. rind 8 pi m.
the beautiful floral offerings.!
:Miss Iris Epperson has returned Mrs. n.Y.. Thomas and children.! Prayer. meeting. Wednesday. eveningat Address JAY S. BROWN, Hani City. Fin., fox -97 --
8 o'clock.Last
home rafter visiting relatives in Jack- Corn to Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, ------
s',il.t lllc. of Hastings, June 5th, a son. :Mrs. l KIMJSI.EY: ; PAKK Sunday nWI'ninlCh': and Sirs
%. Arthur Wood joined this church by t ,
was formerly Miss Ames i I iIWW
;Mrs Edward Smoak, of Tampa, Gardiner of Starke. :Mrs. Flora B. Cody has purchasedthe letter from Omaha, Neb., and. w'It, I I i iW ,f
warmly welcomed into membership i
spent Thursday and Friday with :Mrs.A. Howe place on the west side of 1 d I r
Z. Adkins. T. A. Brinson and little daughter, Kingsley lake. She has named itKingsley they are Active and, con,wrrati'd, work i + ,t

Patsy, came Tuesday afternoon from Park." It will be used asa ers. 1 ,

J. :M. Baker, of Jacksonville was Fiftone to visit :Mr. and !Mrs.\ J. E, resort, and l the public are invited, to -TI'Oltl % 'fa 't

the: !guest of F. L. Turner for the week I Corpening. patronize this beautiful place. Thu ) Wlml\J. I'Ult11.1SEI'L.1N ; I 1 II I 1'1
ritOVINC: I'OI'l'I.I"Th' )
Bathing boating and flailing. there
end. ,
IIrs. I :Miss Kate Llvlngso--h-; ;; '; hud; I an !annot be surpassed. -
(> 1.'ur,1'eekly, Purchase Plan
:\ N. T. Ritch and little son, N. !addition built to her residence on W.
T. Jr., returned Wednesday from Atlanta ; I Call street. Contractor Uglow did :'oi"U.. C. V. OFFICERS is going' to be n boon to many fa mil .
,. '
!ies and permit them to buu '/I'' t f"i" I
) where,_they spent three\ weeks. I the woik. '
much quicker than they ever dramed ,\;
J. J. Dickison Camp No. 1617, U. .
i ..J.V.. Andrews Jr. local Ford >
Rev. Hanson, of Xewberry, will I! Roger Wells'!, of Jacksonville, has C. V., met in Stnrke June 7th, and af- r!" t
l preach Sunday morning and eveningat been in Starke during" the week, looking ter transacting routine busyiess, dealer said today In ilinciwxiiii tin' 4'e; :ii.. I
the Baptist church. j| after his Interests here. His many elected I officers as follows: new plan which Is creating such widespread i :
) comment and which h '
f i I. inrenthusiastically
friends are always glad to see him. Captain commander, T. Weeks.

Mrs. Hurst, who has been visiting I First lieutenant, John Croft. received t'vl"'ywh..re, ,4
HIM aunt, Mrs. :Mary Hopkins, left on ,:Mrs. Jack Ward and! little daugh- Second lieutenant, D. J. Byrd. "In my experience ns a Ford 'Iculer -
June of Dallas Texas, Third lieutenant, J. I. Dubose. and I believe it is tl'lwilh very" A
Thursday for her home in Chicniro.! I ter, .Patricia ,
are the guests! of :Mrs. Ward's sister, Adjutant, S. F. :Morgan. other deader and salcsmnn as well'', I GUILTY OF EXTRAVAGANCE !
have met many persons who expressed '
:Mr.\ and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones returned I I Mrs. Edward ISurns. Quartermaster, Henry Varnes. '
their desire to own a Ford!, and
L. W. Kickliter.
from in JackM'livlllo. Chaplain,
Tuesday a stay
,' Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and :Mrs. J. :M.1.i Treasurer, J. T. Jones. who frankly told<1 me that somehow What are you going to do? appeal the cano! or i

i :Mitchell will return today from Jacksonville Color sergeant J. B. Florrld. they never could get togf'lher enough/: recognize the justice of tho VERDICT? and. by '

Supper tonight-.. (Friday) at the | where they visited :Mrs. J. L. Sergeant major, J. W. Oste.;n. money!. to malt. the initial, payment onone. the guiding grace of THRIFT, from unwonted l

Woman's Club, for benefit of the club. Briggs. This business finished, the camp "- EXTRAVAGANCE, cut a-drift. 1
I broke in good order and marched "The rt'KultyUII, of course, thut th. ", VER
Everybody come; I. to In every one's conscience la tho "SEALED "
Ed Burnsed< formeily of Stnrke, i the residence of Captain O. J.:Griffin, TILE !. .\ S.1Vrr.1It1USl= : DICT" of self-determination. bo a success, or t

Supper tonight (Friday) at thelVmmnn's now of Jacksonville, has been in town where a splendid dinner nwiiitod'thum, remain a failure. The dividing line Is: u "SAV '

Club, for benefit of the club.Everybody during the week, visiting relativesand prepared by the ladies of W. T. Weeks. Florida Sanitarium and Ilosoital, INGS ACCOUNT"; at this lank '
shaking; hands with his many Chapter, U. D. C. The hostess" was "tllogan"snake"failurean '
: come. Orlando, I-'la. Medical, surgical, maternity J Make "THRIFT" yoiir
friends. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, assisted by MiesAmelia
capacity 100 patients. Equipment
Roy Edward: spent the weekendin Ray, and, these good ladies modern, rest, diet, physiological .,
Jacksonville with his family.Mr. :\1 r. and :Mrs. C. L. Hodges! were I were warmly thanked by the members therapeutics. Unexcelled in Om south. i.AMv:' tit' STAIUvL .'
cnlUd to :Macclcnny Sunday night on of the camp for this pleasant oc-
east. !ri-25-tf.: 'I he 15.1 nk ol helpful Serv i ic
: children account of the death of :Mrs.' Paul casion. -- .
and Stone -
Mrs. M. J. -- _. Si i \KI\L/ :. i LA.THE .
sister-in-law of :Mrs. S. MORGAN\ -
of Gainesville, are guests of :Mr Knahb, who Is -- -

and| Mrs: E. :M. Davis. Ilodses. Adjutant.AN .
returned :Mon- OLD LAND MARK; GOING; /: .a (
: R. D. :Mrs. O. L. Beasley
Mrs R. D. McMillan: and son, %. hJj
Jr., Montgomery: Ala., are guests lay frnm' a visit in Tampa and was .. :
of :Mrs G. C. Collins. accompanied( home by her sister, Miss Rev. W. E. Du'ughcrty has bought 11
Jeannette Durden, who left Tuesdayfor the residence of the late W. F. Edwards ,

Supper tonight (Friday) at the Gainesville to attend the Univer- and is having it torn down for ;2"e C "

Woman's Club, for benefit o{ the club. city summer school. the lumber 't contain, which will be C
used In the erection of I
Everybody; come. a new resi l-
:\11'. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin had as dence. The building is the oldest in

Tol.: and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent guests!' Sunday, :Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Starke, having been erected in IAA(. !

Sunday and Monday in Gainesvillewith Griffin, of Webster, W. J. Grillln, ofJa'k"rviH" The residence of A. E, Moitt, built .
( and A. r. Griffin, of the following year, will hereafter enjoy .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins.
Wonderful record Overland
of f the car .
Waycross, fa. the honor of being, the oldest in ( j .

Mis-; Lucile: Deal has returned af- town. It creating faith in it near arid far, f'
:Mrs. II. L. Brownlee and little In building the Edwards house, lumber Concentrate on keeping I
ter a visit in Palatka, and was accompanied for the satisfied feeling of( comfort it bringsIs
home Miss Nancy Wat dauJ1hterIary: have returned from was not spared, and it has been it as you concentrated I I
son. by DeLand where they were guests of found that nearly every board and on building it. caused by the ease cf the Triplex Springs. '_ ,

Col. andIrs.. J. E. Jo'utch.Irs.: joist are still perfectly sound, be- t

!Miss Viola Young, who has been Brownlee was accompanied home by sides being well seasoned. A two- What thought and planning you Though the way may be long and the road-bed. rough;
Mrs. N. A. Blitch. inch joist ""quires up to five years to put into it! How you watched '
visiting her parents, Mr. and :Mrs H. her mother, This staunch iittle car so sturdy and tough \t\
be welt seasoned, a fact that Is! not it grow from a hole in the groundto
II. Young, left Wednesday for Chicago. -
Dr. and :Mrs.; J. J. Bullen are in generally known. The lumber was cut a beautiful home! 'think of Takes you through with a feeling of comfort and rest;

Xewberry, where Dr. Bullen .is as- at the mill 0: the late Simon J. Tem. .how you saved that your dream You reach the end of your journey refresher I
revival meet'ing. pie from trees not less than 200 might true.
Judge in Gainesville sisting Rev. Hansen In a :years come
R. A. Green was
before Judo. old. They grew on flat, jmdrainei -'h'at if fire should com? 1:1:
Monday on business Just talk with thr': owners and will find,
land and the growth wafe slow you
very Would your invented Having b* \
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Leroy Emith, a well known timberman making the wood so strong till it was swept away? Insure now and That the Overland car is the proper kind

Supper ,lonJght Friday) at the formerly of Lawtey, now of used as spokes for cart wheels. by the enjoy the comfort of n mind at I For you who would go and enjoy} all the way; ',i :f
Starke during early settlers and for both hubs. and
Woman's"Club: for benefit of the club-\ Lousrhman; has been in .a..e. This agency will rover your I
Everybody come.lla1'o1d.C. the week, renewing acquaintances and spokes in log carts. For durability it needs with a policy In the Mart- Think it over and put in your order. today" .' }

attending to business matters!' I was almost equal to heart cypress. ford Fire Insurance Company to I ,;. ,
Now the soil almost everywhere In i
Wall, Misses! Ethel GrifT pay for any loss by fire.
" :Mrs. A. E. Wall, :Mrs. Allie Law, this section Is made too warm by

*- M .....*..... li. ... William'Duncan and :Miss Doris Law drainage to produce pine timber as FOR SAFE AM: SURE; I Quigley Overland Co.
MMfea Maa a for Gainesville where good as that of forty for INSURANCE; : (',\1.1. .
nu* ...:::Ionia. .Jt.rmto. left Tuesday ; years ago,
--tie _.....-..... they will remain during the term of the growth is too quick.' f

TuU's .11..1- summer school at the University of J. R. Davis & Co.-I, Agents t

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4 j that' the fnllowiui NOTICE d..arlbed landa will b. aold at pubile auatlon, D""pllon. 8e. T. ft. ". Owner .Tax.t.taSW'I. Description Sea T. R. A. Owaar "Tt"ew
Notice: VMS YD glven 2nd day of Bald ,month, befor. th.Courlhouxe .

II m the "K- ,JJkiJ' J BrIjl/o"rd'Coan ty/SUU of Florida. or .0 much 'herf u ___________27 Bald line 122 ft. thence E at right -
Door a' ,.. with the ----------- 1 Z1 161) Junee Reynolds _________ 45.60
(, will b. n..y 10 ,.ay the amount dUAt for tax. Put uplaelta the ? together ofSWytof SWy4&Ey5ofgW7'4 an.all" to said line JiO ft. thence
j aoat of ouch vale and advrtelfl, E W. HAYB3. Tax: ColI..t.oco. -------------------------o 7 21 100 Jamey R..oynoido 28.90 S parallel with, first line 122 ft.
WI,4 of E4 oE f thence W :.130 ft to beg in Temple

!I".I j "T.c.oOI.j' :.... .4 ___.:::___ _____ __,---28 7 21 I'JiI Moo. WIIIt..... __________ -2U sub div ____________._________21 6 :21 Muttia Cuyon --____
lkaeripuon! __ Sea T. a.A. Owner Nil of t ex I A in BE Cur ____211 7 21 7V L 0 Smith _________..____ 2J.97 :N': of 3'of SEV4 of Blk 1 S of --. at
./ .U r.oth : SEt4 : r..hi1wo SW' 211 7 21 HU Jam. It..nolda J.n it 1 E Being H2W ft N@ S by /
f h'1 I W'iI or '' & !NW'o of SW'4 _- Z 7 111 UO C. M. Andreu ----------- 8 13th' of NEyi :3li' ft E A W in Temple sub '

8P; 44 of NWt1 __________._1.1 7 19 40 Unknown -------------- 1I.a In Graham -------- ----- 7 21 J H Sutrunes ._ div u_ ____ 6 22 Mutt! Cuyon *.. _
I lii I of NI'" of NE'' ...__________n 7 19 "0 A. G. Go..en ---NN---- 11.72 8.0.8 :. .. y of NEy4 ;" 7 A in 3c.o,82 7 21 88 Jame Reynold.. : h ::=:::::::: 17U: 2l'j A cum at NW Cor of Center ail < ___ 4.i
\ NFftj or NI'\.r4 .__._.______.13 7 1\1.0\ Mr C 8 ll.vill -- W'4 for"N of r'Et 4 AJ".SYJ. & Starke ..1Lr>w"'y public road '
I NE',,, or NI I _. _._.__u 7 111 40 More Roberson -------- 11.72All : Cor ", I A run W along sold street 4 JO
', Z of SE'" & SE3, of 8W'eS ur E'-It or N\:". oC aw'" A 6 A ft to land of N. U. Hugi>rman.
/ r'Aort r. _! _.o _. '6 I 20 40 Land Trust Co.. of Florida 12.02 Iw 8 at IiW Cur: or SE'4 of NWy4 thvnc* N along old land 2UD ft.
844 of SWS4 or SE44 __ ________--ad II 20 "y M C Kouleraon -------- 8.00 & run N 330 w'i.: 660 LSola thence E 4JU ft to said road
I 6 20 80 Me It.ulo""o ----------22.91 it. W 6611 ft &
4\ I. "N.v'q of, "N.'i 1 a !>or. .r NW'.1 1 SN tlteiiu. S along said road to begin
t .;01,; \I NE34 of SE, & all SE'4 or NE34e 13 0 B Moody : ___-_____ 17.84 W' : ?___________________81 1 11 II 11 S Wilson ______________ 21.91 Tfmnlo! sub ''r' of mad __ ____ ____00 1 6 20 I Iou I 2 or frao NE'14 & lot 8 or E''- uf NE' of SW' of SW't
: '. ( Corn at NW Cor of oWtI of NEyi rrllo NE'J4 DC NW'tl SEV4 of N2A& SWVi of SW't f"S
i I & run 8220 y''e' !once, NW14 La 6 A. In Iw! Cur --__ 7 21 160 Jam.. ynolda 46.10 EL4oxE21&ex1AIn: SE
thonce I F: to McKinney brunch.lhnnce SW',. of NWt4 A S' o of NW\4\ I Cor ___ ____ _._____ ___M 8 22 10 John Bailey .,---__
j I N along said branch to 0\1; ,1'g of 3tp4 i ___--_______ 7 21 200 Jam... Reynolds _______ 17.06 Svo-n A In SW Cor of SE--.4--of N --- 7,1I
... thence W on .Id line to &i > ___ ________22 6 22 7 Unknown
h. line NE44 ESy 01 IIE'all: W,$ of tSE44 I I - .
bl' ___ .. __ ____ ___ _____12 8 20 26 olD" Hodges _________ 10.811 All J'j of NE', of SEV4 -N of ------____-. 19
"I' !: E of river ____________19 4 22
uf NW' of NE44 260 W P Clyde __________ 80.2811
Cum al SW Cor ,\ of E of ____ rood .-------------------------8 6 22 11 Dan Burro J _____
f. Eyx NW'K rivor _lit 4 :22 40 Uotbe Lumber Co. _____?_ 11.08 -- ___.396
th.mce& run E N 220 yd. to wire branch.thonce mao' All ________________________20' 4 24 Q4'1' It L Hlrtck Co. _______130,63 NE'''\, ol of SW SEi., -.r- SC--A-"-S't----;of-25 6 22 40 L M Langley .. j. -----___ 12.1"IIW'

i.n"M: branch to S All -__21 4 23 Rto R L Hlack It Co. ____136,5& I IW"l
S sold All _ ____________________-24 4 22 / ", of SWV, also com 110
I, uf thnnce W x/U It L Black S :0.: ________ 138,63
to Imo.Iw or, _NI_: .. __ _NE44_ _-12 6 20 26 M L Crews. __.___________ 10.89 ,.III e" SE'4! oC SEy4 _______.23 4 22 000 R L Black 6 Co. __ _______.128.02 ; b yd W' N ..11'1'of SW E Cor 147 of d NW't, N 110 of
--- e
, & EV f NE All -_________________26 4 :lJ 84" It L Slack a Co. _____IJ6.U 4 y .
SW'4 wror .1I ______ 17.84 W3f NEV ) Ia. W 147 yds S 110 yd to
McKinney I branch------12 6 20 66 Lea Thnnaa wft. 'NI'.for I _____ _______ _
: 44 .1tt. lieu _-26 a 22 43 Thou Tison
11.72 NW h ______
M L Crews }. 21 4 112 "d0 L ____ 13.91 --- __
R Black A Co. ______
401 _
_____13 8 20 ----------- 20.
or _________
'f Si 86'14 E4 ur NW'--------------SI.I: ,. __________________U 8 20 40 0 A Smith Co. _______ 11.72 All ---______________.4 2201o It L Blaok A Co. _________136.53 Nfc'!:>4 of of W'(4 of of NWH of 28 6 22 10 S. Morgan ---________:: g'S-
; hamu..1 W !trow.. __________ 11.72O All ax BoSE-_______'t7 201 _______128.02 EVa NEV4 SWVi NEVi
I 1 NtI: ,. or 8Wh __________________11 6 20 4' 4 61111 It L Black A Co __ 3 A in N\V Cor of SEta otNEVi .
____________ 14.13 of ..
'SE44! orIIEI/, -_____-_-__--22 8 20 4U Johnson K.I\1\ Nwtt. :'*y of SW'8Ey4 SEV4 a NEyM :f ___________________27 6 22 8 W M Bryan -___________
of 10.
NW' SE's
ty lOW'a ..}4t or J.or lib NE"lt of. SEt: _________23 6 ZO 100 .1 S n .1 Kelly ___________ 28.110 SE34 ?---_________.--28 4 22 58 n L Black 6 Co. __ ________120.12 Three$B" A being In !NE 1 AN"Cor of S 8WV4 by 3 of A
SEMI of __ _
I 8E4 __
, 9'4' Dr NW _vo__1__A I.___l_>I&.__Coco____---29 fucoohu.eh 6 20 70 Goo Kelly FAIa" ____________ 28.27 All -----______-_-_-_--_-_--_-..____ 4 4 2J 24 640 40, n It L Wllkeroun Black a Co._ __________?136.601 U.H E A W _______--.________27 S 22 8 J A Jamlaon .._,_________ 4 I
n WH of SEVt of SEU 27 6 22 20 J E FuteU
or SWy4 ________________23 8 20 80 'r..ler Kelly -------- 22.117 l-1 of NEM4. &eE44 of SE\04.\ a -------- ----oeMoMOM:: p0
NI-il Four and one-half, In SE Cur
uf NN'1 : or- -SE' ___ 23 6 20 20 Jph Sterrrch. ______ 8.011 all Wj.oJ of NEy. E: of river ___.80 4 22 21/0 It L Black A Ca 41 SO aero
1\1\1 $ N4! _______ ___________ or NEL4 of SE'being 8 A N
of NE'j corn at -' 4 22 180 It L Black& Ca _________ S6.40
13 A In SVi : & of SE4 ________ A S by IVa A E A W ______ __27 6 22 5 Theo TIaon ____
N4. NE'4
r branch at cernrr of ( tv laid 3a 4 2.4 3611 It L Black Co. __________111.26 ------ _____ U
Com ion ft W of'E! Cor of WVaof .
!I:;'JI or JIoE' & IIW'it.of: NE'1r. ,
U. Greun'eland
W 660 ft. StoW.
I run NWV, of SEV, of NEli A runS
SE'of NW44 A w'Ao 01 b.WI4
; W to Gully branch N c.n the 245 ft W 100 ft N ft.E .
branch 10 larger branch thence' NIor 6 :Ha. -NW'-- -U_ --34 4 4 U 22 6ftll JoJ R L L Black Gr'frla"_Co._ _____________-.118.16__ .1271 100 ft to beg ____________2? 6 22 Richard Reynold ________ ,
C A Smith Co. __ _________ 7.18 40 ? ,.
.a'.1' branch be" _____ ____21 8 20 lJ SWVt of SF.V, luis 7 2S 6 22 83 T
up to N' .3 IIW' .. Elio of SEV4____ -------- C Morn :
: aU 24
4 _
Smith A Co.-- 2.71) IftO It L Black Ca ____ 172.80N" 1mi; ----------- .
1 ) fu' 1 2 731 CI Bik I 21 in Now Itlver.23 8 20 C A ---- of NWL4 -________?__..__ae 4 22 H" It L Black A Ca _____ 25.07 LoU 2 4 Rlk 1 0 town, of
6 20 21. 22 :21: & Lute Nht4 of SWy4 _____________ 8 I 22 40 It L mack A Co. _______ U.77 SUrke in NEV' of SW'/4' ________28 6 22 Mr Idella DeLoach '_______ U
1284667101112 "f BIk7 9 N3j\ of NE1.! ______.______10 I 24 80 J E Futch ____________ 26.07 Lot of Blk 3 prig town of Stark
t d'{ & int f of BIk 8& Luu o n l0 of 8W' In NEVt of SWVi ____...___-28 6 23 Quigley Broom Co.
N'y of SW44 6 2J 20 L D Arnold ____________ 6.60"J ________ 1J.2.
I I112ofBlkt&Lot.12846 I ) E': of SW' of \ "w-Ii--i12;; Lou 1 :.t ot blk 7 orig town of StarkeIn

67891012of Blk 10 & L..taJ' w or SW44 I of NEy4 6 8Ey4of NEVt of SW'4 _______-___-28 6 22 Mr S E Rayborn ________. 31.5.
1n. 7 U ur 1111. II &Iou: 12467tl NWy4 A Wlio of SW\o4\ of Lot 2 of Blk 7 orig town of Stark

P 10 II or Itlk 12 &: Iota 2 4 I 8 00 L M Langley __ NE 4 of SWV, .-.oo.2 i 6 22 J-p Canova .-.___________ ,
LoEt; - ---------- 6 .Z'
799 1011 U/0f Hlk 14& 1o112n l in Woodiawn;; : : :=::::-=:: : U 30 Alfred Starling: 2g:: Com 83 ft 9 In W of NE cur of

t t or fIIk U & Iota 2 a 10 IS of BIkIj I Lot lit In Woallawn ___________16 I 201 10 S M Churnhlll -- 8.53 Blk 18 A run W on Call it 30
IS Wu128457101112ofi Lola I 6 II 10 11 12 I.., Woodl.w.13 6 22 fI" .1 H WtIIl&me n.lt.4 ft, S 105 ft. B 30 ft. N 105 ft
} Hilt 16 6 Iou 6 9 10 11 12 of BIk SIlt' or lot 12 In Woodlawn --------14 6 22 6 Leonard A Wllaon.-_ _________ 3.63 to hog In orig town of Stark Into

24 loo 1 8 5 7 It 11 of Blk 27 Lo 8a In Woodl.wn ________.14 6 22 10 Lonnie WBkeson _______ 8.U lIoE'. of SWV, -- u ;__.___J8 6 22 J E: Futch _____________... ,8Si
6 Iota 1 8 9 1911 of kofaBlti Lou 20 21 In Womllawn ________U I U 20 .1 A Aapergren 6.60 Blk 81 I ai* extended on Ensey's map *
{ Q I. b : 1 4 3 7 9 11 12 Nos" of lot 12 In Woodl.wn ____.14 I 2.4 5 Cllv. Iemuna: _-_ __________ 2.8t oHv' town of Stark in NE"4 of
i 83 all In New Iv.co _______28 U 6 ZO C A S nith i &. (::0. .__________ 60w8 Lot 6A2 tl S',t of let 46 SE 34 of SWVi .of -a8- John. add 23 6 22 AD Andrew. -______ __ la.,;
'. Lot 8 or Ulk 16 In New River ___-28 6 10 J.ae Math, .:________ 8.26 lot In Woodlawn 1I I 22 20 .1 B Ro... _________ 19.22 Lou 24 Blk J M .
Lot 8 or IJlk 24 In New River28 8 21) .1 C 1'"plMIli 1.03 Bog .t NW c.or: or SWy4 of BWyr\ to SUrke. In SEVi of SWVt oi____24 S 22 j T Oulgley _-_______ g ?
.'Ive A.... known u J. H. Joh. run E 440 ft", S 'rsa 8-10 tt, Lot 8 A N 20 ft of Lot 5 Blk
", ..rvu In Now River ________U 6 2C I C A Smith a Co _______ lA0I W 440 It. N 732 6-10 ft0 bto1r 37 J M John add to Starke in
; f'lvn acres In 8E': or NE'4 Iylnlf W being. part of forty aree known SEti of SW44 --------: -----2S 8 22: .1 T Qullflo -----________ 81.8:
"C hall mile poet 871 Ct to pat ... Iota 61 58 67 III 10 Wood- Iot.67ofHlk1 LTSCoeadd

In branch to place or Iw" thence t lawn _________: ________11 1 22 745 M. Emma C Proctor ____ 1.03. to Starks :in JIioO;f LN'6; 2:1: Rosetta WllIlameon _____? 890
W 611t Ct. N 7110 f4 E 100 ftthonce Lou 66 5 67 6t1 Sy of 8Wy Lea "l 1t ,
done. run of branch thence ex : lot Oo ft E & W by Bik 13. L T A Co. add to Stark

to beg whore boil .tan.b I C A Smith a Ca -- ------.. g J 11-10 4a N 4t Ii in oNW Cur m f of NE'4 I: --t8 6 2:1: Flot'enLa F."mu..1b ______
Iou 1 7 of 111k 26 In N.w Itivd;; : : :g Unknown of aama _______________11 6 23 25 Wm H Pari. ________ 9.86 Lot ax 9 9 tt f- iiii :. ? 60,21
Lute 10 13 01 Blk 27 la New Rlver Lot 60 In Woudlawn _____-.16 6 22 10 Mabel a. Shorman ______ 8.U A Co' adol0 Starke In Way
i __.___________________28 U 6 10 Unknown -. 1.13 Lot 51t In Woodlawn _______16 6 2J 10 Florence G H.y_ ________ 8.63 or NEta ____n.___________ 8 6 22 Dan Bores __?__________ U6:
31 O.-halr Inte..t In Lou 1 8 I of Lot 60 I. Wood law.. ________17 6 23 10 Mra flea Wagner _______ 8.0 Lo, 12 3 4 11 12 13 14 of BIk .,...._._ ..
IJIk 2U In New River _______.23 24 8 ZO Unknown -___ 1.82 Lou 23 2. 21 20 In Wooduwn ____17 6 2.4 40 John W Wagner __ __ 11.72 28 L T A Co. add to Stark in

All IIlk 21 ex I.... 1 7 In New RI.- 1..1a 6" 6U In Woodlawn ________111 6 22 20 S .1 Eaton _______________ 11.72 Lou"! BNoEfVk A-cV.--u-b2: 8 2:1: M... Frank Starling ________ 13.86
+ or ____ ________________23 24 8 110 C. A. Smllb Co. ____ ..1. Iota 20 21 In Woodlawn ______18 6 22 20 F L Connore ___________ '.08 I 'I L-f
/ Lou 2 4 I 8 7 8 9 10 11 or BlkS LOla 4" 60 62 83 In Wood I..... __lit 6 23 4'1' S H Thompson 17.U Lotdiv4of NEBI4 t.of tE A-- ..--o 48 8 23 Annie WIlII.me ________ 13,01dv
( 14Now River 20 : smith a Co. 3.00 W., 01 lot 17 In Wmdlawn29 6 U I W. Norman _______ 8.28 of Co'e sub
16 A of SW44 of -NW44- ---:-:::::--J : 20 11 g Smith Ca :.:====.13.12: E"" ) oftSEy: : or NWy4. NE\o4\ or or NE44! or NEy4 -- ________28 6 23 John Parker .

1 NEy4 or 8Wy4 ex 1 A In SW Cur E'4 DC 8W V- ______ 21 6 Z8 30 D B Brownlnll _________ 111.22 W L0 uf Silk 8 L 'f A Co'a enb ---------- 8'0

'6 for achnul ._______________27 8 20 311 Wallac. Nedd __________ 12.02 Two acrea I. NE Coco tot NE'4 of--OJ L01v40 rElli1. O'lJlof\-' -- _b2S 6 23 Ray Co" ______________ UI
E'y of of SW4! & SEye ofRWy4 W ___---_-___22 6 2Z 2 I' M Bradley ____________ 3.83 Co'. ;
t \ -W.4 -_-_-_-__-__----:._--38 8 ID 80 Alfred Thomas __________ 17.8. W 71 for 10' 8 or IIlk 4 Town of Lott.N .wrJ.N 44 28 6 22 Edna Jackson _______ 810N
Frank Murphy 16.60NE' Lawtr'y west of railroad23 6 22 W L Overetreet ______ ..110 or ot BIk81LT
NE44: of NEI tf"--:::::::::::::=:3: : :g 1:3: Plckene: Brook. : : :==-=: 11.72F.4 Cum 114 ft W of NE Cor of lot @ <; ? sub dir "ll lTE of NEy4 uii2 8 22 Alex Morricka _____ 1171dlr
os ; 7 60 My.' Mia.ourl Brown iUJI 4 or Blk 4 6 run S 10 oft. W 3,0ft. I BIk 88 Co'.
W ,4 of !/Jy.- : :=::=::::::::::: : 7 :g 60 L A Brown .... :.:_=-=: N 100 ft. E 80 tto beg 10 of NE44 oC NE'i ______.___28 6 22 R lit Ellemon 19"
I E% or __ ______ I 7 10. RO L A Brown --?--- -- -- 22.97 town DC LI\wWY. W of ry ___?-23 ,6 2:1: W 11 Ed.rda 11.7. 01 Blk 4U L 'f dt Co'. aub -------------
I I alor SEtyo------: \ __.______.- 7 7 20 40 L M Wat.ere -_____:__ 17.U Lou 4 I or blk 7 In town ot LawLeY dry of NEli of NEW -28 6 22 E: E Snell .
I Lo.... 8 .JI: of NU or lot, 4 all W or I'J' _________________28 I 22 M... M E Ed..arda _______ 21.87 Lou 28of Blk 41 LT& Co' cub ------------ 3 51
{ lot I A S44 or .lit' 8 a N%' of Lou 1 2 of 01k 18 In town of Law- div of NEl- of NEVi _28 8 22 E 8ne11 u
Iou 7 I x II & N's nr 10' It) & N 12 toy W of ry ------------------cc-- 6 22. B L Blanchard ________ 18.14 Lo 8 or Blk-4 In L-T & Co' .ub ------------- UJLo'.v

I 6 A or S4. or lot 10 ____________ 7 7 ID 880 L A Brown _______________102.7D Lot 25 In town of Lawny E or Ry :: 20 8 NE44 4 .! ;;fkNt N4 j -Jnnee----;-adto --.j28 6 23 JulLua Butler -.2.-____ 1.11
I Six' of Int 12 rx lot 80 ft Ea In Secs: 23 242628'r96 8 R
W, by 210 ft N l 3 In SW Cor.- 7 29 JO O C BovlllMr _________ 28.17 22 E' _______________________?_ Lb.le Thomu ________ ..13 St.rke In SEt4 or l>IW L.. W
NV4 of NKVi A SWVi of NBVi _?_ 8 7 29 Kate Haan ________ ".24 Lot 4J In town of LawteF E: 01 17 of Walnut utreut -- -- : 22 Mr. Almen. R Pete..OD
NI.<; of sW' of SW 4 n K 8 acre 8 7 10 17 G M llevill ----------- 14.13I. In Sen. 23 24 21 26 T p. 6 S R 411 1 BIk 1) 'Temple'. ..ijtS ;k :.26 2'J Mra Eunice 0 C ___ 1112
Lot 6 of Blk 1 In Ward City ?__. 8 7 20 Mr Oitena Godwin _.----t 1.03 2J E: -___________ Will Lee 1.20 Lola 8 7 of Elk 16 Temples add anova ___oo 8Z..01
Lot 2 of Blk 8 in Ward City _____ 8 7 20 Mr Oxna Godwin ____ 1.08 Lot 14 In town 01 Lawle" E of 17 to Starke: -----------------"I II :2: Mn J C Willa
' 7 Lot 2 of 8 In Ward City I -- .-- 8 7 29 MsUzenaUodwln ------ 1.02 j In Sece. 28 24 26 26 6 S R I Lol. 10 11 of Blk 7 'rom.u'a: ad -------- 31.12La't

j Lou 8 9 IIi; 11 of Blk 7 In Ward 2: E --.--_____:!:_-_-__-________. M.1. Lee 4.13 Starke --------------------2)3) 8 22 Mre Florence
'' City -.__: ___ 8 7 SO Unknown- ___.... 14.83 NW44 or SW!,., of NEy4 ______24 I 32 10 Alex Olt ____________ 8.13 9 of BIk 86 Peek.; add to Starks E Brooke _____ 838
Lou 19 20 21 of BUt. 8 In Want I SW's of SEit ___________:'t 6 24 20 .1 M Starling ________ U.77 In NW'. of NWL4 ____________28 8 22 Mamie I dfarylek I
c tty) _______ 7 lit Malns-SaI Co. __ '.38 Stay! NW4I y\iw -------- 6 22 10 .1 Ii Abraham ----- 11.88 Lote 1 2 or 111k C RIMlnlf'a add to -?-----? 1,91LoS.
I BIk Ward City Mr Osena Godwin 1.01 SWy4 I .. of 6 22
Lot 4 of 11 In 8 7 20 All of Ey4 of E ofKingaley klt7InllNo 'rtiln----.jj.l8: J C
LoU 1 4 11 12 of Blk 12 In Wand road __________25 1 II 4 Mary Small __?_____ 8.R8 6 BIk I C ; Poppell _______ 2.11
Oily ________________ 8 7 S9 Mr. Oxen. Godwin ..00 NW4 or SEM4" of SW'',. __----__-5 I 22 It Forest Suber ___________ 8.60' to Surka I NW44 of NW'-4 __0028 8 22 Dr P D Hloka
Lou I 2 *"l5"of Blk 114 l.. Warf 8'' of SW'otSEy Ito Durling 6.60SW"4 Coin 11 ft b or BE nor or J. C. ---________ 111
: City l .-...... 8 7 20 Mra Orena GodwinU = 1.87: I for !' _:::::: : : : lU g t. : -_:.::-_-:==: 8,60NE'.4 : I kob"on'a, lot and run W pnroll .
Lot i 01 Blk"i1wJcit; .1_-. 8 7 20 W Maine ..:..._=. = 6.68W of NWt 'or SW\o.r. _______-26 I 2.4 It C S Durlln" .- _________ '..60I with 0.101 lot 70 ft S 105 ft.
HO ft of fro Blk 17 In Ward W 2 A of w1!. of NWy, of S4or i[ E 106 ft, N 96 ft, W 38 It,

City ----------........---- 8 7 ID Dr A E Ruawll _______ 6.38 I NE 5'----------------------6 I 22 2 A TPaul _______ 1.117 N9 ct tobeginNW4ofSWy4l
I 6 6 7 8 9 of Blk 18 In Ward ,,, DC Ii.lll: I Wm'Thomu _______ 8.63WI l I ,n Sturka -- -- 22
City, -_--_-______----- 8 7 SO Mr Alvaretut Shriver ______ 28.90 W 6 A or Not4j of NW'4 ot NW'4-26 1 U Ii T L Guerry 6.6Q One lot in Starke M, 'd.Jb: ; Unknown ____________ 6.0'I
) Loa 1 2 "if"of Blk 19 In Ward W 4\0 A or NE44 of NW4, ot I hay St N by land nr A L Al.van. -

I City, ____ BI.i 1 10 L A Brown .___ 1764 NW __________________26 1 22 I Mrs Lillian Walker ________ 9.94 .. W by W M Edward. ... 6 8
/ >t 1 of Ulk 21 I-----------------. 8 7 SO K: T Stewart ---?---- 11.72 S i 3 u SWy4 of SW4 ___26 I Xi 1:1: Mre Lucy F Ha..I1_ _______ IJ.77 Co'by ('nil' ..tf In NWt4 gES'f{ ': ,28 8 22 MI'II
Y r ;I Lola 7 M 9 of Blk. 21 In Ward Coin : SW Cur of viY-rb;; 167t. E of : ;; S M Wella ________ 415

l I ____._________________ 8 7 20 Mn Alveretta Shrlver ___ 17.64 ..1run E 0. Sec tine 410 n to Broadway' & lIuyt ala on N aid..
,Ii Inus2 10 of Rlk 22 In Ward City .. 8 7 20 Bloxham Ward ..._______ 1.67Mr a t't of beIf. thence N 660 ft; E 01 1I.t .t 6 run E 106 f6 N 1116
I Iou 8 4 7 9 of Blk 22 In Ward 1\lI\ ft. S 660 n. W lUll ft, to ft. W 106 fL. 8 lad It to brig inStarke

I ( _______ 8 7 20 Mr Osenn Godwin _____ 300 .ell' ____________________..26 I 22 8 James W. Wllllama ____?___ 7.80 ------- II 22 '
"I< t All Blk'as'ex'ir.t'f'fn'Ward City ._ 8 7 20 Bloxhum Ward ...______ 7.S1 AI l : E' of SWt .... Corn, :Ili it E ;of; NE --rjj-d:2;;; F 11 Hnla _______________ 4-5
t \ Com at SE Cor of SEVi of KW'4. of SE44 of SW\otsW'4M ox way 6 Hoytb un N aide ot .6r&1srYllahoyt .. :.

I '//,1 run W 18.1: yds N 89 yda to S 1 A _________________ I 12 41 M. Lucy F Har..n ___?____ 21.67 at olio run N lull ft. E 112....
, \ boundary of Ward City thence E \ Cum aL NE Cur of Nof, "4y, ft. 5 1016 rt. to Hoyt .L, W 5oJ
, along said boundary 103 yd. & run W 1110 ft to a pt or beg. ft to beg in Stark. --- --- 6 22
', thence S HO gds to beg ex W 76 thence S 210 tf, thence 18 deareee Corn 367tj ft E of NE Cor--.i8 C H Murky ________________ IUIBroaow"
feet --------I 7 80 a Alvaretta Shrlver ___ 1.78 21tJ Ct. N I ::125 ft W It d.-- & Hoy' atte on N aide fof

I i Com at NK Cor of J. A. Abbott residence I. to beg _____?_28 8 i2 1 Mary Jane Robeson ______ 8.60 Huy .t a Nn N 101 fL. E 62yj
lot A run E 76 ft. 8 240 ft, S'- NWIof NWy4& Nyj of1N35 ft. II lull It to Ho't aL, W 6231
W 75 ft, N240fttobegInSEV4 I of SWW}. of NW'.4' _? _- 27 I 23 80 M D.vla ____ 19.22 ft to beg In Starke U
of SWV ..._____?-____... 8 7 20 G M Bevlll _________ 16.43 I..ta 2:1: 26 In Woodlawn213 8 22 20 W L Johna _________ 8,8" Luu 29 3U 81 84 811 8.jii: of Unknown ________ I3.9Salk
Tom at SW Cor of SEVi of SWViA Lot :2 In Wood law.. ---------------80 6 112 10 8 H Thompson ______ 3.26 3 R N Dowlinae, add to ,
run E 220 yds. N 80 yd. to 3boundary Lola 66 66 17 68 'In Woodlawn31 6 23 40" W E Green 17.34 Stark In NE'1 or SE'. -- -__ 8 22 -
of Ward City thence W Lou 20 27 In Woodlawn __ ______..18 6 28 2U' N .1 Smith _______ 11.72 LntA 1 2 11 ,.. E 20 ft & ,j' C H Marks 4. _____?____ 7ZO
on taid boundary 220 yds. thence S All N' of NW\\ of NW\o4\ ." ty A In N Cor DC SE44 or !:IElI.
Hi) yds' to l bug. .x F! 100 ft ...___ 8 7 20 8 Mrs Alvaretta Shrlvar .__ 12.92 right of way -__::11 I 28 80 Mrs Lucy F. Hamil ________ 22.29 I.. E 20 11 In Stark. _______-_2 6 2:1: .
N' '/ f NWV, A NWViA Lo 1 In Puotevlllo. embracing N Com at SE Cur or SE's of BE'., 'G C Sweat ______________ 4.11
ldy of SWV :SJvt{. -,-_ 9 7 SO 1"0 Mn C A Lewi. ______ 28.90 !j of NC'4 of i'r'Z'.t .- 36 I J2 17 M.. Lucy F Barrell __ ---_____ 25.37 S..... P 5 trio W 375 rL 10 W. _. '
SWVi of NWVi .---13 7 20 40 llamp Padgett .._._-.___ 11.72 Lob 10 21 In Puetevill. : n9 Na line of E W dntc"era land. thence

NW'v", of 8W'! A WVb of WV4. of t'oEI & 9.Et4 of NW436: 6 28 14 .1 J Strong --------- 6.90Lou N on said, line 242 ft to a pt atwK.
NEVi of SWVt SX 8 1 A _- ----13 7 29 4H R J Dial Eat .. ._.-__ 14.2 r 1' 1 1. embracing: N Ih ne. N on .ahl line t78
SWy4 ?!! f\J VV l-A __ "__ _______14 7 SO 40 H F Warren --------, 11.71 '-I! or NE\o.r.\ A NEy4. or NWW.,93 Ii 23 13 Wm Strong ____ __ 8.1. ft W adO n. S 478 it. E 300 ft .
8% of SWV of NE i 8'4"of'a" SWh or sE'% of NEV4 a SE14of to .hag. In S.E.' LOr SE"2!! A 22
EIor NEVt of SWViA '. of NEof OnBaE A 80t In NE Cur or SW\4 of .1 T H'lIbum _____? 11.51
BN t CN tH1i .t
I NWVi of SE44. lia 8 A W of ', ofW44 ----- 9 6 22
Bragg branch ASA for Ddan DC JE'4' of 1E'!',. ____ .__..16 6 22 80 J M Sterling ____ 13.67NWy4 All 1445 of 9E y'-. S.of public ru..i 1 Meg Eloetetwan _______ 8.1
epnu'tery, __ ..____..-...-...1. t so no Bh.w. Stoke ___________, 38.25 of NI>:... of SWy4 ______ II 6 12 10 Rev S F Wolf ____ 3.63 olio N \ ot 9E04 of SE44!: ex ,.,,
W*, of SWVi of NWVi _________17 7 20 :30 H L Lewi ----------. 17.84 NE44 oC NW.4 _____________ .. a 6 21 40 J A TIller ________ 12.77 about 3 A N or mad _____--___ 6 23 r I .''
E\4 of 8W34 01 NW\or\ __________17 7 20 10 H C Brunmg ... ..--- -____ 20.15 SE'4! or NW34. a W4 of SW'4w'f B e A of W.. of NE! !'. of NE, 8 Ceo Andreu ______ 1.11
Iou 4 6 __ __ _________________--18 7 29 200 Unknown ._.________ 68.70 4 6 J2 10 AJ Bryan.d.___ 18.1. NI'A uf NW4 or lIoF..r NE'I431 8 23
r;>* of NW' nf S\V, -- .- .___.24NV4 7 20 20 Mn Martha Gatlin __:.____ 11.71 : CE NE'; --E---tir 9Ksg F. 1:1: 1A: or 8E'! or LE'a' .__81 6 2d 11 G C Sweat __ 80
" of SWVt of-NWVj __________24 7 20 20 Matildn Gatlln __________ 11.72 of NWL4 a W1y of' 8EII 8 II 320 E E Cano" _______ 119.2. W 26 2-3 A of SE'4 or NE\or\ ax 13 Ard,11 Leonard ____ 6.87lU
1, Sty of SWV of NWV -- -- 7 20 20 A" t'owlur --------- 6.08 NEI'. of NWy4 6 2.4 40 0 L Underhill _________ 11.72NO4 A -nhl .1 W "h....... -_______31 6 22
: Ei of NK; \ of kH f A -W-'rH of NWt o------------:' I Com .t NE Cur ot SW'4 of 1'1 Alva Leonard ____ 9.91tl
0 NWi4 of N"'I" ...rok.! .., 2 5 21 21 Rlch.r.c..Utfa\ ____... 7,61 of E',4 of { 8 22 20 E E C.nnva _________ : W 8 1.3 chn.' S lEyj
Si, of NEH of NRi't A SEVI of SWy4' ot NH\04.:\ ________________10 6 28 40 Keys & Mill. ______ 12.771, c hit.runE 8 1.3 c h na. V ..".,. o"ruoI
c NB'.i ex 6 A in SK Coco .. -...28 5 tl JS S D Gordon ______________ 14-83 E' 8W'. of NWSj A W34 of I I to L6r 6 22
b NW' nf NE'4: N''j' or NE"4: of Lt'ty or Eor-" NWL4 ___--___10 8 22 80 Marka A GUJ'IIath ______ 11.98 3Wt4ofNEt-3 A-.In..NE--Car;.31 8 Carrie McFahlon ________ 1.11)
t\ NE44 . __ ________21 I 21 10 C C Cow.r>.. ____________ 34.54. Eq4 of NWy4 ur NW's -----------1,) 6 22 30 E: E Ulnekla _________ 11.68 12'q \ l.Wh" -- 81 6 22
I if SR',, of NW'4 or SE' .to 10 A of NLl .ofofE' 6 NEM, NWy4! & NW 3u of nNt\14; ; A ... ;. 25 Alva Leonard : _______ 9.9'
!, N eldu' '. !; yam atNF. F.tj SEy of W'f. & W3qof j about II A In dW Cor _____-__ .32 6 22
% : Cor said.ro'y;: : ran S 600' IIW't: 01 NWt4 __--.10 8 22 16'1' Henry D Tucker 10.80 Onr lot oC land 148 It s6 In 3m 21 Mm S lWella ______ 9,31
Ii ft. thrnru nnrthwaurly to a pt Fay of of NWy;-----1.) 2.1 -- 8.63 Cur of SW'of' SE'.4: -_________ 2 6 23
100 fl 11 of "W Cur nfsnhl Cnrly. E4. ::f SW34 :fE'E : ::::tl : 21 3 H njn'SM.} ; = = = 6.00: Com :0 ydo W DC =iE: Cor of WI Green Hamilton ______ 3.93of
thence' N 1611 ft thence E: 1320 CL Wy t. of NE44 & Ell of NW .N ytlO SE' Nm W.
I .s. to bow. -__. -_--__.6 21 .20 Hellhronn Mineral, Water Co. .. 7.88 )4 ::c 'h ____-__ ._._,-,1 II 22 60 Unknown ___.? .?... U.22 yda N yde. 10 to yd.. S fl
All "1'11 oSW' S of E'4 uf SW-,0 of SE4. .____lJ 6 1.4 10 Unknown ___ 3.13 7d.lto E' ------._________ 8 23
"re" BE'4 ___ -brooch-&B1 I 21 60 W B MrKlnney .._________ 2S,27j' tt't of NWl4 8 2.4 10 .1 Homer Ltving.ton ______ 8.U 7. or NW'4 of SE'4 Mary Ann Jackaoa :____ uS
' ';" III...., f swW .__- .. .___- U I 11 ,40 E D Dyal _____________ 11.7:1: NE'y.o. of ENW ) of"t.w 45 S a .t ;pU .N'tA ----.---------_______-- 6 23
" All SE'4 or NWy4 .to NW3k of BF IOU rt wide. W or ..me _______-.l/ c 22 10 .1 0 Luk. ________ 8.90 I A In SW Cor of Ey4 oC NW\or\ 6 John Culver' _______ 301
j' : Wl! tI nr river .' ___ ._.__39 I '21 40 T B Hundley _________ 12.02All N'1 uf NW t4 of 8Ey4 ______ ___H 6 2.4 20 Peter En"l. ___ 8.80 of rt; -------- ,3:1: A 22
N''y .r SEtx: N'" of 8\\f'4 8I Corn at Cur of o8VV4 lot ul, illic1- in Lincoln City: 1 Ed J. John On W
,I ., r1.... -.- -- ._________.00 I 21 40 T B Handler ----------- 12,03 6 run 'W 600 ft. Ss 690\ ft, 13 33Jto In SSy SEt4' W of Rr : 8. 22
10 HW34 of NW\4 ________________32 I 21 40 S J H,>nlnter ..._____ 11.73 I II' N 8WO Ct. toe bcg _______ 11 6 2a 7 E 0 Wright ,. _____ 10.28 Loa 6 7 "ofC [ilk 3 in Lincoln-- Cit3:1, Mary Fruin 8.21
I' 'f' .. .., N \\ -- lU I 21 411" W B Mckinney -?_____ 11.73 All Vc' 10. of $W',0 E of ry In Sec, In S'T7 ': S1k4.i W -----82: 8 22
, All NWVi! of NE'i W of nulille road, :: 6 a (race of oE'M;', SE34 l See, Lob 0 r 1 in oLdol: CIty, Leas, Clark : __________ 3.81
W: ex 1 A in :NW Cor &: S 440 ftof a a fran of NE's in l fo W of Sty -32
3 //If NE' of NW4 A S 410. ft of L 4 Soc it "'air fray NW41 0f lN:! Lou 3 7 ft 6 In Lincoln City 8,23 Ed J J bunion __________ 2.6B
F.lv of NW'1' nl NW'I N lot NrC: 22. E of ry x In Slia of BE4. W of Ry --.32 6 22 .
4 ft of 8W NWV, ,4 01& E "f public road .0hJ iaa..luJ'll: Lot 1 or Blk 8 In Lincoln City Ed J Johnson _______ U8
Iz N K,0 ft ..? SK', of NWVi A N In s..... U-.,,. 15 10 21 5-------2: 9 22 U Unknown ____________ 26,81 In: ; l S51k: .lrl..oL By II 22
159 ft of SWVI of NE', W of A free of E'41 of SEt, Soc. 18 &. nfrao Lou 1 l : ol ii32 Ed J Johnson ________ 1.87
public rond .. _...-..-_.-_.36 6 SISEK 80 Tfallbmnn Mineral, Water Co. __ 6ANA of Nh44 of NE44 See a1.Lv In S'it of SEV4. W of Ry ____32 8 22 ...
t NEVI of SRt, __ ____ ._ _-___:1/6 l I 21 40 T J Moor _____..______ 17,84rr .f ry '-________________ __18 .1 6 12 Unknown ____ 1.20 Nt; of SE'4 of SW'4 NE3. of Fred Albert Jco. ___ I.""
L of SWL4 _, .BA 6 21 43 K K linen -- Nllla A W aide or NW,4! 01 : W%
lIU iW\ __
0" \ ___
( SWVi ?' : '- :!IJ. 33622
NWV of NWV, _: :::::::: 1 6 21 40 K W Groan" _=_:=::":::=: : a" N 1 A for church __.___ ____11 8 za 8 Felix Goodwina _____ 11.98 4 A bo... .t BW Coe of NWT{ of S 80 G C._ ____? ..45
K',, of NW' of SW'1 --________ 1 8 21 2'!"0 Jamea toodwin: 117 Eloven at Cur NWt, E'y 6. run N 610 ft, E 883 fto Daa9
of SEVi ________________ H 6 21' 4"' i'US J R MoCtimaghan ________ 1463 of \\\&m run : 1060 'ft S 430It 8 451 ft. to land line thence ,
SEV.\ ._______________00_______ 7 6 21 C A !Smith: A Co. .______ 41.60f to 1.50 Cto N I 480 ft to leg _-17 6 22 11 Jeff Lee ____ 10.U 86S tt to bell --------_______W'I__ I ew'
I, KV: of NE': ______ n' .___ 0 6 21 Unknown .....--.------ U\l7 N1, ot 1! :1of NE'4 ___ ._ ___111 6 23 20 a Julia, .;ood..I... _____ 11.73 I'-IL.: of Ntht4 .x \\I" In NW Cor.33 8 2.4. R 0 Onann l.BOSEN9
NW of NW' A SW44 of NWVt A ,1r t l.15\ 'Sru$E'4'- --41 6 III 11) H U Sherman ______ II.U : oC NW'' A EIv of SW44 of 31 III.. F.nnl. E Dubs.-___ 2S. '
r \VI', of SK', of NWI, A NVi of W BIk & R 4 w-j ir--;;; E '4 8 9 U
BW'i! A 8E', of 8W'. --------1(1( 6 21:1M: Unknown. .. ________ 1126 ..f W'Im, 01 NE-4 of IIW!.4 In Three. A In SW cur of 8w34 of 80 G C Swat ______ -,>-,6
8U, of SW'i-- _----_-_--11 6 21 No' A II Alv.... .....____.26.79 T..mplre cub dir .21 8 2:1: 8 Rufus Rillby ___...10.23: N W',. W of R" -----________A3 9 22 -
NF.\'L"r\ NE'1 ___-_--_-_--22 6 21 4" Mr Annie Alvar _____ 11.73 Com at NW Cur o----------- 1.1'Ihmr" S'r or SWt4 or SW"----3: 8 4 1:2: 3 Kina I Chandler _.9__ 6.91'
SiD E A F of lot 1 A S DAB C King on E sales ut ry .1\ i :. J ,L '!: :"a' fI. fl,' r.s11' I S of SW44 of in 20 Llule B. Pickering.- LAO
,. I I' of lot of HIH 16 in Sampson run E at right toE NE Cur ex 1 A for church .33 A 12 '
l 4 7 21 J C Rauleraon ____ 17.94 line\ of bee. 21: ::n:; ;[ oneaid Boa 074ft E DC S\\ 4or or NW'<6 18 R 0 Gnann __ 13.0,
Lot 1'of Blk"ll A-Lit Wf'Blk'liA se Iin. to Center street In oC SWt'J It run N 1714 d..K...... .
Lot 1 of Blk 13 in Sampson ''Temple sub dlv. thence W 01\ cad, E 167 It. thence N 4tx ilegrow: I
City 4 7 21 Unknown' .. 1.43 strut to ry. thence 8 aloud ry W 681 ft to right of _
71 W 4 A of Si-; oiiw'rii; ; ] +:-t .. 5SEVi 7 SI 4 John Prldgeon :.u: 6.08: to h.'K I. E44: 01 NE44. ex coot thence B pa.-o..1::ry ""hI 1411 way fl_
of SW", A Slj of SWi, OfStV Iota ur pi"" .. as have nantuiore I then. S 71deree E 681 t& .
!: ._ ____________00.. ___ 8 7 21 *ftO* WE Edmondson. ____ 17.14 been deeded ----------------fl 6 2:1: 14 Loula BlIJ'oJla ___ 11.n to hay. --A 23 ,
All NV4 of NWVt N of branch ANWV4 Coin .n N lane "nUrl ..ith Ry U All NW4of SW'4 E of ry e1. 2 Dan ."....... ___ 3"
\ of NE"6 7 21 HO W E Elmondon ___.... 13.27 from Cur NW"o about 4 A In SW Cor __
I' _
144" of NW'8\ 7 !l 40 Unknown .... .. ., 11.72 } rak 1 8 oWR 1 E ol run Com a' NE CoP of SWy4- --of---NWV4-- 6 23 3ft R' F Edward, t 806
NF' .. 7 ii 100 E E Hinekbt _....... 4SIO parallel 186 thence 6 run II 9tj ehRa. W 1ft detc_
SK"4of* 8"wVi"A""NW'Vi"of'sEi4"rr 9 7 21 MOl Walter Robrtaoa _____, S97 S at right I'.IIr.; : : with I h; 33,0 ft N to N line, oC Bald SW'(4 of 8

NE'i of NEVI lea 8 A In SW Cor.10 7 SI 87 J 0 Wynn 11.71NWV4 thence N p.r.U..1 with Ry 186 ft 4 W\4 thence E to big ---_______,3 9 23
of SEft A W tAo of NE34 of thence W to .beg. aloo Ntj I bf 1Iv" NE'4 or SE44 ex 5 A In BE Coco _.34 d 21 2 a C Sweat -..- ..-.. 143
1111:14 6 S'" of 8W'4.'of NEy412 7 SISI 80 K A Praeott ____ 13.01NE of IiW\4 01 Silk I 1:1: ot R II 11:; 6BB Sq is BE Cor of NE4: of 81 It L Grlffla 11-1
uf NWI4 01 NE\4\ ________IS 7 10 H L Atkiuoa _______ 3.16 bring I 8214 f N a S b .. '!"-;'1'r: 'IwgY'7 .... ---------------3. 6 21
i1' lIoE nr NW'k NWI4 of NW'4 a: W. ale : plea of sand Oa:1: NE'4 uf of SE _____ II A Hen '!' Daria LDISE
8.ul *BV ..:. .z. ___-n 7 si 10 H R Spencer ........._-.. 14.13 N S B by 113t t& E.3 W aD .:t \ oC NEy4,4" .-...-------. 6 U 22 f0 C H Martca tJt:
lit NWVi of i4-i-NVi of side N',4r of SEV4 of BIk 3of 10 A In 811: Car of NW-4 of 9WV" 4U E M CoI.DaD 1111
aW.... of NEVi' : ________16 7 SI 4J17 Walter Robertaon ., It-Ot R of E ,In Temple's: sub I..1 _.J1 9 II Hattie a_ a A.... IAe lid> lUO bal,,gs3 1'1 C& Eo" W by 73314 ftNEy4
} NV of 7 21 Hrt B K Jam 61.11
, NWV4 A 3WV4WVof Goa line .
wltk -
NVVT4 for NE\ ? ._-=1 7 II 30 L B Ball _...-... 6.0H R" on 3j a Ct N running 01 SW Cor p.rallel: of NE44: N: A or 8E'- -- .. ------- ---06 A U 15 C C OriHb ... LDN'4 '
{ j 'k Lot 1 S 8 4 or fra w .._.. ..lT SI I** Jams Reynold* ... ".75 of Blk 1 S of R III tl "4 _____ : U 4'') G C TIIU. r -
J I NO N oa .lCU 1,=i IX: : :;!!! ;:.I: J.r: :::. or SW\4\ of NEVI: ,-?- ,x38 6 2.4 20 L A Doa i y- 3LMS


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Deacrlptien__ S... T. R.A. 0"" TaxtaA (...... STEERING: WHEELS' OF STRAW CONVINCING: :' COMMENTS tionaries who know not the first principles I m.Holy, of opened June IP for 1953 and conmruottitic at that time or pub-tutfirotlnir -

11 HY ('OLI.EGEn'I: ; of finance in relation to
__.. .. econo- the following roaila or eeetiuni of 4
: E'4 ___ .. 83 3 40 G c Sweat .
of of 10 : : 100 ------ 11.71 Detroit Mich. .Junel-Invlsibla.::! tItles ate ofT roada In Bradford oountvtItuad :
I:' EM NE'/i T J Ald"l'mft--t-ir'; People easily swept
| uto & No. 1 I. Hropknr to Slate Aid Road No.
_________..___ ...____R. S
L M Langloy I 2B.8D yt dail gripped in the hands of mil Onine anti! lleer I'mposition tintiOther their feet at the call for Improved '! 102. AI'I."I"'I'| i> length Ida mil..
W "of irBw tB8; 8 22 40 J A Colemtm .__..._.:::::: 11.71Mm : Thi. total .,,,.nll& as of the it4tmft on tvhlollRn
> Cor lions of persons, straw from the farm Phall..s of the Alcohol Problem. roads, now sewerage, and. other forms ]I >tiiwalii ore d.atredare approaimamly. aa
r 20 rdn. S HO rd W 20 .
rda to bc-ir -.- 2 7 22 (8 I Elizabeth Glluon .? S17 of Henry Ford is literally scattered I of desirable improvements. ('...\.\.'.>.1": nnd frruhbmir. 23ft; ficree,

.1 ., _______ a 7 2J 8(1 Mi-i Naumen "I 82 to the four of the earth. Kralli 28.000 cu. yda.Koa .
: ::::::: Unknown 97 corners It will be found rule that to
'Y.W3'A' II 7 22 40 y -: _:.:::::: xj;?, as a In NWS'EVT Strange aa this statement may Alcohol is a dangerous toxlnv that I "put these enterprises over" assessments 18 Inch nliw. 400 tin. ft.

-- II 7 23 2 C n Marki .._ _____h_______ 864iI It is I 24 Inch PIIN. tIll tin. ft. 4
'S uGCj: -- NEJKti seem, true.lOut acts upon the nervous system as a are juggled; to evado debt limit ltntrttin-H. :'ll.lioo ft. Uiard niraiiure.

\ '"leai"Yo;' 'A- B a 7 22 30 T J Aldcrmnn .?...._____ lI.n 1 on the Ford farm at Dearbol'l1.lch. &II'Cotk. It ,is II MO called "hubit-form-I laws streets that will last ten years! Clay Mixing fturfnrinu and Mhnpinif, "niiitorial Hand-clay\ A.OOO vurrace..... y<.lR,3ft.* SI

__ a 7 22 80 W W Colemnn ....----------- O.OU \! ., operated entirely by Pontoon leg druti because its effect, rather arc bonded twenty un>l forty years. I'OO Hij. >'IU|.
,I KT i"7sicTi"o NWu"__ 7 Itt 80 .G C Sweat ___..__ All work lo hidone In accordnnrA with
I ,, at NWvl; f NWVi : 7 22 0 G C 8..t : : :::-:::h-- ... U 6.07 8(1 I Tractor power, there was no use for pleasing/ to many people, is p rod ace J The issuing of village, bonds Instead the eli.. and 1..t''' ins. Kf-nc-rul iirovU S

.\ '4 of SW4 __________ 4 7 22 20 Uftknowft :... the loads of harvested lon. vroolHl I provLniunft' e.-vIIenLi'n.$ andpronoMnl
SB Cn> of SEVi o( NW ---------- ..eaAml"'w great straw annually only by J,Jaalfy increasing quanti of attacking, the problem of :: ; and. oontrm-t: of Bradford: eounty.I1 .

.\ in NE Cor ot .ame __ 8 7 22 4 JaolcaOD ------- '.90 I there with the grain until the ties. So the addict i is very likely to public improvement by local assessment -i :licit .bid, nuut loco acconutiiitivl( bv at oertlfled -

I:\ .30 0 t.o s Sl':0'4IttWN 7a4 Ford! Motor Company given to duing drift! from a moderate to an excessive is creating situation that soon limit'iiHyahli, vlirck' on. to n C.hank A. Futrn.In Urn eiH-retary
." ft to belt ---- 8 7 22 8 Amy L*. -.-.-.----.. 4.13 ,unusual things found u use for it. use of the drug that not only cause er or later will lower the value of i of llond. Triiiitet., for I"'. per coot nf the* .
& all NWVi of .
SEVii nm nt bid. lOA ii\ld-nrc I of genii faith and
i-'W'1 llorf.rne SEVilt 1 The straw is used as an ingredientin loss of health and loss of oflUu-ncy village real estate. There is scarcely ,i M. a uiiaranlra that If awardi-d the contrait
& N & all tin') hlddrr, will ,>
ex< cute the c4.n'srt and Hive
SEVi of 8Wy4 N of the composition of Fordite, a mili in the addict but is likely; to bring village! in art) America that could i iMind nil required.rht ,

s\V Cur; -of ;- --of.SVV(4( 8 7 22 B Dr A J Bow _______ 93.09vi i'i' terial of flint-like hardness and a ilo'velopmcnt poverty and sickness into the home not with advantage to itself pause to'' uldn' rluht. la nvencni to reject" any or nil '

.___.._-_. 8 7 22 2 Goorwia Johnson --------- 1.98. of the Ford Motor Com- and degeneration in the ofT-spring. consider the effect of ignorant finnnc- 1 j I'tunii. nn.l .tn-nncaf, lona may v bo en Kb the
1 '4. ex 6 A In SB Cor A i ofTUo .r tin C4i\inty .".inuop. and) "' hi :'
:\FA, of SEVi & SMi of I I| patty'f from which stecring wheels are 1 Prohibition, of the manufacture antI ing. 1/tt us have sanity in bringing i the itpi" *'I 1'1"11.'! 'I .UN mav IHI oblninvd' $ fnnn them S

''f;'. & S>,# of NEU .. 8 7 23 214 Jurat Reynold ----------- S9.78 made and the Fordite plant at Hlghl. sale of this dangerous drug, or of pru"rOS8.-I.I'C Oak Democrat. ."n'liu->. tlu- Iwnid at n.n. pi-r. '"1'>y.iopi .
SO of NE 1 7 22 20 Sarall A. Winch -. .. 8..U 7 .N of Il h.. plan may he .. front f
.\ .if NKV, ft NW of' ---- hind Park supplies these steering Beverages which contain it in quantities I tin- _., -, Imv' ,.r h.- boaid at U.Ml each. >

7 7 23 80 Q C Sweat .._...........__ W. E. TOHOPE.O. S f
-"' 16.70
wheels uml Trucks .. .
for nil! Ford 1 Cant the culmination
.r'i t I cxcuding I per cent is .-..- --'--' A. ri'lCll Chairman Pro Tem. '

8 7 22 100 Unknown .._____ the I (l-H-61-8-84
---- --------- 28.90 ,wherever assembled throughout of a generation of education.Prohibition F"II, _
; W
"S end WV4 ofi % Dreaming of 110 Absent Our

i '.If!; of Ry ------------ 8 7 22 1 Harriett Odum _.__________ 8.68 world-in the United States, Cannda is not an exicviment. It To dream nf iti-li'\ing ovei iluenre .Is Al>\ Ilnl t"ENr: I.-OH 1'1UfIEI E' lII. SC
\ / VNE',4. 7 22 40 J E Sullivan I MKTStnNtl
---------------- 11.72
fix 10 A In SE Cor. 0M.H 7 2. <*", C K Mark ..T---- --- 8 CU and abroad-and ulao for. use onFordson has prim to be a wonderful nduntagc of ati>'r ne Is. HiiM 1 to be n f'i ,rl |in,|>t>HnlH, will! lu- received' by the

: of SEVi -10 7 24 20 T J Ahlvinian. : : ::=:::::::: 6.07: Tractors. to every phase of kfe in: ICansus: : l that tne you dreiiiu ,i wi. Hond rrunUi-n of ill. Town of Hlitrkcs Plor. S
NW4 10 7 24 40 A J Griltu :: 11._.2 .11fI1 person 1.1. until 2.30: o'cliwk |i. m on. June 2(1 10J.I'.
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SK'4 & SWVi\ of SEV* ot. I i The Fordito plant, begun about four Colorado and several other states. soon ret titit. nnd i with I I'rlvndlln.'rts' I I I nf utilitl< ,i.quipnn aa lleted hclow Tluloun .

_. ._11 7 22 80 Lof ."ng1e., _.___ 1483 I. bund t"1, at thin Ill",. oM-n| aixlivnd .
-- -- ---- all I lie stronger through
\'W' .-11 7 23 40 Mn ElliHbclh C Griffis; ..---- I".84 years ago something us an experiment The Eighteenth: Amendment passedty love grown I I"bl.ly prol".b pi-dpurly .ubnilt.ted. -
of NE'/i .13 724 GUI I'lm 3 uthi-rn Cattle ntiwMHV. Hut I to dream of rejolcliiiaaf' .
I t'eeilinii i is at present producing an averiiffe an \.wl1l'lmll1lt majority. A test "
Co. __________________136.00 tbat{ wlU: 2 oiintiili-u. tmita. each to ftem-rate apprnnl.nitilily (.
"E" ____00______._____13 7 22 40 T J Alderman .......----- o.43 of 8,500 of these steering referendum by the Literary Digest anyone's absence mennx' :you : I 7.1 K. V' A. ot .oliwtrlral) nncrvy, a* .
would rather I thii'n pba,,- '100oll rut nut and I to be
receive pie*
!NVV'i & Sl/i of NW'4 shortly rows ;you
SW".4 IB 7 22 110 1IEBDt4S 4;.80K \vheeU daily umlor, the mimufacturiiiK shows that only one vou-r In five of I, rau-d by crude oil lot-, nll.eotnbuntiim$ en-
--------- ----------- llf VllllOHt\ S
!1 .''i & NE'4 of NWV, :::m 7 24 120 B DIH ---------------j__ 84 24Mm schedule of three eighthouI'Yorkinll the ten million taken at random now "In. S
.151. ___.....__..-__._16 7 2J *80 E H Dc',' ---:::::::---_ 22:97 I .11.1. 01 .'''. tnnk nf appronlmtiluly'
-W>.-4 -_111 7 U210 1n... Ivy I'ollunJ .......... 11.72 shifts six days a week. Subjected to from all\ classes of voters, favor n repeal I ( caiucity.2.'tl .
.W"4 & NW'/ of SEH__IO 7 22 HO J II 1'ollar.l 22.97 aiiiu-onUniiti-ly. ..ierllln. .." flit our.utnt
-- ------
---------17 7 22 110 In... lv.y 1'ollnrd .....__. 22J7swl the most !minute I int ., .. .
I Noll" 10 7 2* 38swv. J Kamp Jon, tt.fiO the tests they are the A New York judge thutwlfo 't\'h'L I 110 -Hra t livhu nnd bruk t..
most exacting citizens
- ----------- 0'117I to stay. Let's be luw' abiding any I coitKlant ournmt transformer.in ,
Kcenler add in 7 2l John T Smith
Ilanipton1U --------- --
I 5 II of Ulk' 16 in Hamp- strongest and most durable steering and lt.t.'s stand squarely) ;) for it. S take\ innni-y from her no.bend's > I fiiili-iitial" tranHformi .

'-'I -.-.10 7 22 John Mullaily ____________ 2. .2789offlIk14&Loti wheels produced of over-wearing iKicliot li<. 'it riullli-cl to n 00 I puinii I loo nntl)ft.electra iciid. .ntnr.I aubmt-rifi-d. type tmt,ellei* .

if Ulk In til Hampton, 10 7 22 A A McDonald .' 42.08Inet lustrous black and LAKE per cent ilrnwbiu' Ic. of course he la. I I 11(1 ft. head. aiilnmirircil type' hlll\.I..
------------ quality, a bright (iLl) ) .JOE) DENIZEN.) OF ptiluii' nnd) electric blot ?.
but wiut does ,
S.Fi/4. & of NEVi A Hint prove' PoeM be .
''E1,4 of NW.V4 1... 2 A superior in many ways to wooden< - ____ __ ..20 7 22 138 Iwjr Pollard 40 46tl 11111'.1" t nine i Kcntlinnearn "I.ci'rio motor.
,E'cx2AinSWCor20 r nu 7 22 7s W B lllucker --_---:::::=: 97 steering w'hccls. ",.. 'i nun, \\'.i liutui! >n 1 I."sILcI.Emtics I Mill N Inch or 10 'Inch about BOO feet ,,

uf ----------20t 7 22II, (' Frank Adumi ......-____ 6.07 The straw from the' Ford farm I d"llh.I rwnprvolr of
n ,, Jr'tsw' UM 1-J No more will the hog and hogletsshiver I RO.OOD ualluna ca<*

\ SE Cor of same ________20 7 22 13 J V Janet --.--------.. ...68 which is sullicient in quantity fur only with fear whenthey) view Luke HKPOHT ''S 1".lty. cheek for 'fUe per rent ((8 per IS
NW Cor of Lot 4 SD of about months' manufacture after I RturkB, Fin.. .luno 1, 1021. I ,.rlh.I
nine nt I Hiimtint eaollhid.
i SWVi & run E B7 ft. Jeffrie; no more will it stray cowlet Iti-licrt of the Clerk nf tlui I;livuil Court miidu piivnhlo .1 nucitinpiiny, 1 .' of
ft. W S7 ft. N 1J8 ft to which straw must be purchased-- In. and. for nredford ('ollnly.o'lnrtd.... on ar. I I Hlnrke,. .11' .
his feet 111 'loun of
--_________20 7 22 :t1t.1 Smith _______._. 61)7) or a plum houn' dtjwg move count of tacos II.......! for 'the veer IMS1. S (:Inilli: : tho fl of the an bldiiiir.Hiiiictflriillonn n yuaranti-o. 1.,1I SS I
wi' of SWVi __________21 7 28 20 Frank AdaitMi "_'_________ 8.07 side, i iH utilized following,: n shredding in hasty retreat whtn peculiar noises K. W. ll\YKH: I I nn part and Initlmrtlnna to bldilircan d
12 A In SE Cor..21 7 24 118 In""ivi'y "tollard" ._ ___ 20.18 '
in making 1'81
binder tm obtained tiom JI K: conmilL
SWVi _____......._ ..25NV 7 ::4 80 Brooklyn Land Co. -. ---_____ 22.K7 process, as a : along th.. undergrowth around LakeJeffries To Bradford Count?_ ColI..eIO'1 I Inn linlni.IJ7 Klnit. .. Jackaiinvlllu.Cialu: I,!In.*,
U>r ot SWVIi ; that part of Fordite which forms thicore > .l"ta.sl(inc dollnr;I theri-for whii-lt
\ 1 A for .1u..h: !___ 27E' 7 22 3 J&nlo Hioxion ..__.... _. Z.P7 lomes to them. O.iinlT Prnpfr I liy one "I) I
ex ,
Ii inenl I.
\vill! ho iitiirni-d wlii.n aubtnilt'd
- insuring Nay I. I., lint .hp| .._.__ __ |in>| -
<* < of NE'i 28 7 220 John T. Smith ............ 4.01ofSW'Sof1ty&N of the steering wheel Joe" is dead. _-f 10(11 ,,,
"Old .
4 -----'----- or thu I' n-tiirniMl,
ly' flint collwlml __._____ __ __1l'ltl.7tlJuno : I :: :
of strength. The ? Proposal I ,. I ,, vnlrd Hint addri'Mi'd u
rim '
__ ___ .. 9.19 II exceptional "Old .In,," the famous alligator .ili.
__ 28 7 22 33 L: It Fediinbnugh was
W'I..f SWy, ---- -- I bnnd triiHtn-e of ", .., FlaThi S
.. ", of & NU, at is about I. to tin) ,I..uc ._ __ __ ., 441001 I ( "r. ;
'. r & Wtj S of SE'i Ry of 3 daily consumption present that haunted the balmy waters of Fine and Kurfpllure I 1..1 11'.1... r..rv. the rluht to ro 7 5 5j

7 22 US J M Maxwell!I -_..-.._____ 84.84 u ton and a half.1tlanufaeture the Inke uml liorughl' terror to edible Slay I. h, bill ilun __________ _________ 7Sft.On lion,-.m of any It,"I,, alMiia eiiuifinii.nt, nr, to purchiuin... the aurh, pur willnllow I ,'5"t
iU oulli-ctuil __ .___
lly BOlt __. ___ IJuno f"ml
i. c.tSir; ;; ; NC", with fc ? I I""IM( $
< of Fordite begins and which I In 'in 1.1. <*,.III..n the
-.'. animals that lived nearby.
lun -j 1. la lull ihir .__ __._ .._ bi-i-t IltLp' of tho In"n Rlnrk.
\ liO'A yda. E 120\10\ yda the raw materials. In preparing the < tO Ill .
to Ely of the huh ") 1..0.'
Last people coming .r.h.r
Friday some .
7 22 8 Vine? Parker -',--___... *.H7Mndamnt CiMintv lIned and Hridice .1.I .
,; NE ;,;;-rNw----f"Nw20 core stock the straw, rubber base, town met his lorship along thu west Silly 1. l,> bat iliw. ---_________-____._-62"0,4l. 1 .\. ( 'lWI.FY. S

_______._______.:______29 7 22 9 Knott & Pitt _____ (9.19 silica and 1 other ingredients lly suit cullncWil -----.__..j_______. ._;f,|.7 (' ,FlWfI.. fti5-Ltl.-li.it'J
..._____. 11.72 sulphur < banks of the lake coming overland!
________ _____2u 7 22 40 Unknown ,
\ -ex are mixed in batches of 100 pounds Juni I. I.. leI due ______-___ -_ .3G M,61 -p. -
- ,. JL IIflf Si'<. of NW'i N ofI from out the woods ami approaching Oulnlanillnic. linlrl>l.clnr.,. ruiid I NIHIK

I \ In NCor ______--20i 7 22 nil HO Knot t. _______._____._ 19.06 each which then go to the rubber mill the roud. Billy 1. li, bnl fluu >____..__________ _H031I.2ft In Circuit court Hlithln, Judicial Circuit,
pi on N aide I of G S & where they aic mixed between heated Uy Suit collictiil 1 __.. __.___._.____. I 1 1 11.51 )Itradford. ('11')', [.'III'hln. In liuncery ,
,. hL of tiOO ft E of The alarm was given and people of / l.i.liiu, Jolni.d by K. K I
u way
& run E 405 ft. N bH rollers for a pe nod l of forty (We min*. "- to give1 battle. .1 oa'. I. Ill linl duo, _-________._ _, __ ::f'lom: Uh.'h""i: irr hiiMliand I and next
the countryside came : :
ft. S 582 ft. to pt of bt'ir ( ...on" School frif-ml coiiiplalnanlii:

..r SWl'j of NW'4 ______29 7 Hi J j1 Maxwell ___.____.____ 2.17 titcs. By that time the substance is Old Joe, watched from a distance, May I. t machines into lly Hint oollratvd .______?_.._/ _____8H71f.4k W. .Sylvi-fller Handt-mon J. 11 5
of Blk SD of of for the tubing
2 NEi-4 ready woods the .
,\ .' ____..________________80 'I 22 4 Wltor Whitten .._________ 12.02 mad* his way across the to ---- Cal1.h..1 ann) Unknown tier' S
which it is fed in small strips and June 1 I. to 1ml duo __________________8N21.7U ,- S t
In Hampton -.___-___...DO 7 24 .1 M Maxwell ______ 6 07 North side nf. the main: road takingup .
in Hampton ____ ________DO 7 24 J M Maxwell ____________ 2H.HO through County I'nllK Hill to anIlIne .I."d. ,,"Iet t ILl. anl othefrdlif. ;J
1 24 P J.l'earco 8.811 from whkh it emerges his battle position in a small\ cypress Muy 1. to bill ilun _______._.__________ 111ft 00 I
- 4 of ilk 11 in llami.Ujn.30Ulk -- ------- fifteen-sixteenths of an'inch Hy mnt aollivtvil ?_-.________._______ 371uoJtlliu I I.o all I.., wlloni i may( i-oni'i-rn. OnetlnitlIt St I

...JO__.In..__Hiimpton_..! _____exrl __30 7 22.E'l : W 0 Sonli 1 ..._________ 6.37 die pool whkh was too shallow to iippi nrn. .hy tlu I eworn bill of cum
M-1 I ICHH 14v rivht" of wavA in diameter, much UH sauiauefrom lover his enormous armored body. 1. to bal Tumi diiv Sob____....____...... 202.00 ,hunt In. "bi'llevud" cniimthat tm there IntereHted are knownnoiil in J

," M i uf of NEi-4 &of NE'i SE'.. of fcEi 30 7 S2 188S4 J M Maxm-ll 4328 a suusiige maihinp. As it comes The attackers begun to pour bullets I, Ui hoi ilua. _______I4rh..1M"y _.-___.__,___ IIR.II this property.r.on.therein. il urlhed. wit..,. place of r
: bE'4 ---- ::::::::: : II __. _____ ftflhilIIIiflf. ia unknown and coniplnlnnntii; al- .
!I. SE\t of SWVi W of Hy80i I 7 w 11 Her Whitt : 8.80 out it is cut on the bias, into lentfths! into the 'gutor from every side, but ) unit oollwuil -- ._ _....20,14.8:. _______ 84.24
"i :NW4<;brtutn&pieco N'.j, of of SWli land lylnitn --. .80t 7 24 120 N f Cauthen n of 42 inches and then is ready: to be i the only elfcct' received was to angerhim Jiinu 1. lo bill. d..... ...__j.,___......_.2270.2(1( 81,1 fir,'oll..t. "'flpnrrh If anil nny 1".11.known luia not n.m.l teen ''I

:.W'O ,3 of oil NE'F Ky. & S A_ 1.10 1 13 a J M Mnxwell _____._____.: 2.11 lolled into the outside covering of more, ho splashing/ arid throwing I May I. (n lial Hull due I ) _tif-huol_-___) ._'"__nd.__ ___ Hl7fl! Hllly ( In i noun. Ili-ved" tn be ItiWreHteil 'In. Naid pmp

: 7 24 ion W K AHitood _________.___ 28.60 fine rubber-like substance. hint collect,1 __--._____,.-?..... '" .20 ,'rI'y. In In .oxiHti-nce or di-nd 1. anil that then S
______ ______ 11.72 water out of the pool in his ,1'l'fl'II'I'tions. nn" ,> ollnir tiolli-ved WI.I''k I In
,, 7 24 40 L J Turn.r 00 : : : .,
After tho coie. has been vjrapped; while many stood l back in genuine June J.0 bill Ion _______ __ ____ ._._.20111.67 mild ;1 other tho n.than... and : o of ,

: ) ) which is. of eijual Knad llnntl rat .h.r.nIII. .. ,, .
into the covering, f..ar.Build". May I. to hal :due:: _---.-__---_._.. _.2H2( i Oil |mI'rn.'Ho Inkn..wn,. lo t !

----.4:; length and seven and a half in\hes seemed-to( have no t'lTect upon Hy ami colivli) | .. ,. .___.-.....______I 12802.90 anlM" known and In Haid f..I.bill ami"') unknown la prayed permonii.. aualnntflurh S

wide, affording u double cover, i it him, and two men cut large heavy Jun.. li, (ml duu u____. __ ___ "1HH7II It I In,>;il ri-fori, or .It: numonn nrd,tifd olalnttnir: that any all I Intireetundir pvraonanint .
...... 4 50Mn
7 83- 8 Jme and sent
I is secured in circular form poles from' the wodn with which to I Clerk Clreull r.nurtRiKll or I Ih".h them or thi-r of th-m or S S.
; othurwlHe. and all unknown clalnilnirtiny
; \ 'I 22 23 C A Brlnion .....-- 12.02 to steel molds the exact size of steering wuile closer and, pound him to death ( II" C. A. KNKilir.Itauuly; I"merest In the property peraone hi'rc-lnaftiir doHiillicd. 1 I

'1 :NW'i' _-_____I_________::18 7 22 HU The Southern Cattle, leedinit ilerli.FINANCIAL any part thereof undfr W. Ryl-|
Co. ..._._........ 211.n"f : wheel. with the heavy bludgeons.Two : S "'dm4.0 .o J. rampliill I, or eithernf ,
NWH of NE'.. E of Uy 2 8 22 14 W T Wallacn !S' P Clifford .... 8.ft: Held fait in these molds under( hydraulic rot -I them Bandimon.or rtlliBrwlMr I ,, Nil pcrfuma knownnMtnifl
'. i NWl of SWl/4 _______u_ 2 w 2J8J 20 0 P W.ekel'maft f JJ m'lCrlll'K'II'It'' (\ in, and one BfXlKMKVT: : OK ('OUN'ryFVNUII or unknown nlnhnlrtir ." iieie' .t In \
2 0 40( P J Pearce --__:... \ of 2,000( pounds to \
.r "_____ -- pressure them struck old Joe, while the other I ihti liprutniiruir ,.... | pr 'pvrly. ur Hny
f :NWlJ; i W V< of"N WV4 these Fordite steering Montbly nn.p\nl .......',n.nc or llrudford part, I I.reof. lyIng lie tnir In nmilftinlrounly 0
\\" ______-___.___.______ 3 8 22 2(1( ] W C o.ter 74 32.05 B4 the square inch dropped to his knees in the water ba"ru'Iy county for the month of !?May 102.1.: Htnt<( of Florida, ilenri'IieI KM r
1 8 24 io P B Hunt -------------- to heat .. .
\- I. _' : :::::::::::::::_::::::::: 6 0 S3 160 (1. F.ackertnan 4J "2 wheels are subjected a in time eo escape Injury from thegatni's May 1, {1V2" ,.I._FundItalnnce _____._ __. ..1:11'1.11I1: iws fuHt; of tlu. 8mJthw (1Iart.r. of j
S., .I NEW __________________ 8 8 24 W4 Unknown -. 77.04 treatment nf 'OS pounds of steam for tail which- swished over thenegro's ,IUci.1 lpln iliirlnu month -_. .. 0 84116.2"( 8nit It\ 111, of Ito Nnrthuiutt ( .
f A. I 'j of SE\'Nor\ NWl ______ Ij 0 340 G F Waekerman of lifty minutes. Hot ns W..r..n1..1, ., -______ .. ... __ ._. 740211( of SorIIn. I.wi "I bWl, '1\\ of n (period h(>ll.l.. 1 Helene 2',"., I. 1IIJS ____._, ... lulu: 00, S i I.i Smth. It arm* l'wenly.twii; (i T2 1 :I'.nwt.Po Col"I"I

-I i of NE1: : ,: SEVi V of Hutchinon ____ B4.54 they come from the steam ovens A was finally brought! Pine and) forfeiture fund I up pour to the tiiii Mil I of cftinplutnt
John LcRoy -- strong rope
22 -
___ S
I f ': of \1 100 .
SEVi SE',4 u. but within HnliiticiMuy I. ItS( : ----------------.i 1113.411l.iring nr liifuru the .. ilny of July A. l>.
.\ S NE'4 !of NEI,, A NW'4 of they are soft and pliable, into action and making: nu4'mw, they 11-,1||,U month( ...._.________10HJ2I: tjio nrtinn twine.uno A 111. of thlrourt,
S i I SW'i of 1.E1O short time after they are placed on WarruntM. inmiMil. __. .__ __ _______ _M IIHO.till' tmlil liMl will ho .. .confvMift l Mtr.il.
:NW'1>\ & i-lWIt Of SWV* ft W J ________ BO.IA a finally managed with the aid of a polu tlillancf June I I. 102.1: ____. ______. _--l l8.7.1: you. nn.l that hiS r.r>t I.r t,. puu.hIaI-.I in tit.
__________._ 0 8 22 20 L 111 I-annlcy ---- flint- S
-VVV4 of .. ____ ____ the cooling racks they assume a his jaw" behind. I(. a4 lend )"' County: Tt'lt>irr.ip'i. a weekly now.-
________________________10- 8 2J 640 0 f Wackcrman 00 I4o5j to -lip it 'over upper .M..0..
__________ remains. .Blanco Mnv I I. 1021 _____________.__107791 t>fiifr n'cnt-riil olrnulHtUtn. itihilaliwl In
1\ .r SE'.4 of NE1,4 nf NW'. ____11 8 24 8 lTnkno"' n ..____.__.._.oo_ 2.70 lie hardness that the back teeth. All\ hands lined, up) l{<..-ilptM during month .__._ _______.. HB4.24WnrrniitM titftrkr, llrmlfonl county' Horldn.Wltnf .
'I I IE'4' of SWV of NW''* __..11 S U 8 Unknown Next the Fordite( steering wheelsgo Iwiueil ___..__._. .......______tiloo.OOllalailce ( ( th** (** "rnlilv I "k'.n lnum\: S
'. -" ft of NEV of SWf-10 A I II in lug af war fashion and pulled on I Juno I I. Ml -___ __ __ -___ IIII.H7 nf 'he unhl: (Mrrult < our, *,\nX') the nlfiln .-
\ i: I 118 ft of SElt of SW'k-14 to the finishing room where they the but Old Joe, nlJtwllhstnnll- llultdlng Fund <' ) Hiirtiniurv of the clerk *H ..I cc the .trirUI -

\ ti of NWVi of SE'\ ex S trimmed and polished.The rope blanc, May I 1. l-ija _________.____._ SilO nt-nl .,f thin court Ih,. th alo day of
.S Wlfc of SWVi ot SE'4rer.V.jVil.1l are smoothly ing that he was full of bullets. set ItocnlpU durlnit month ____.......... Ma,. A. U. S
I.. ex 5 A In Warranla' tmiilrd .. .. .. ._ __ lY211.0. W. AEMAN.Cl.rk | S
Land Co. _____.___ I 24.47 pressed steel 'spider, or cross could not bobudged. --
\ J __.13 8 22 7S Brooklyn his feet in the mud and .. l\rn\fr\ \ i Plor-
II.".. June 1. 102.1: ._______ ___ 5fillliulilandluf Circuit Court. 4'ounty,
S I in SE Car of that portion of piece, is then placed in the wheel and fund I.U. (Seal> ,

:-1.1' of SE'. lylnit N of Ry be imuhinu : Hlilnaci May 1, till:) ,. _._---__.-_ __ ""un A. H. "r'WF.' ,
ntH ft N A S by 111 1E AinralM GaJnea _______._.__ 4-18 securely fastened: on by a finally, after worrying him down, /II.-C.-II.IM, ilmlnic. month .n___.___....{110.84W. "I.I"I .. (rompUtnimU..._5.4-91.5.29.<|
P.ur -
22 -
5' I with Hy _- 13 8 which in one operation bores a small drollinlhim Inn. a n", .nol. )
I. fl of S 1000) ft of NE' ofA' (the the party succeeded! in : llnlanre June .I. 1B23"--I___ ,I_____.8011.11liruioaiiw !tTC'1
-8 A & 4 A in SW Cor of hole and In the next screws in out and tying him to a stump, wWc fund In the, CIrcuit ourt for nnnlforj County

s \\' of STiVi. 'betnft $30 I ft E A 22 J D ThompsOn --______-- U. The steering wheel is. then BalaniM' !Muy I. Ill(j:1 _________._____ 11)0) K !i'In, In ctmncry. S S
St l.: SHU UNAS __ W 8 10 screw. of the ventured close with ". ,. .
,i .
-- ..- ...1WIII101 dt. I one party S I.I&" I. "' ''''I'9"(' --- I IM-ny In.t..t Cm"n)'. aCortotrnti.n. I
:. ..r NW., of NEV, A wvi a M n J'I rIllY ton _.________f 10K.8 ready for shipment and assembly on and succeded in killing him. Warrajtta. Uaued _____ _____.......n_ \I :
II of __ _________..11 8 38(1 an axe .
SEh 72.
llnlunce June. I. hIllS ._____________._ 1.50 i
WuokermrflSt --
24 0 JP ---- --
\ ________ .___18 8 820 .
the the Complnlnnnt.V.1 t
'- 24 L M Lannley ----------- 43.50 car. His.. enemies cut him up divided 5614.,.. Ptiolon, Pond I ;
A NwVoY'sEVt! .15N' S : .Manufacture of these wheels is all "Malnnce Muy 1. 1021' ___________..... If 1.42 L !
/ of ?'.E'', A SEV4 of NEU ANE 88.78 flesh which they distrubuiterl Thi lorl'lii( LiiniJ an") j
__ .
O F Wackirmao -------- Ki'ielpta durlnir month ...__ .
: '
8 U 180 ,..
... of SE Vi. .?-.-_' 17 only a part of the work done in .theFtn'dite about for food and tried! out a good Werraa,,' ,io.uvjlJnIiinr' .n_.............. thor V'sinl'ilfly. S .In"n'1 7 :
t. 1 J or NK''I A EVa\ of NW /tK ... 79.01 ,. _.____ ft Hi, 1f5
8 23 2'111 O P Wnekorman ------- In addititon it turns!! June I I. IO.JH ____- I H4.U \
(Lot 8 of SE'4 _.--.21 59.78 plant. of oil from his fat. {'( fundnntit. .
F Waeherman ----- ---- big can Avrlfloltural Fend
24 8 22 200 : Tit!. S
: Hill I
\ i of !NEVi A NWVi\ of )( front ______________ (1"I.t) ,
out daily average 0,000 Hul nr May I. 1923: 1.161t..I.
\ .. A a old and tough aid To the Land IminiicrnUun Com
.f SW of BW', .. .SO The skin too rioridn
A NE"., Landa Corp. 4 was .
t-E ____23 S 22 HO Columbia Farm .... I of NWl,, ., car- spring pads, i 50.000 commutator Insulator thick to do anything with and so it Wror..nu ...u..1) . __ .. (p Any a rank W.I.! One BeH
"r 'lens 10 A In NE _____ ___ ______ .e..I..ton. I
SE'\v' buttons !,000 magneto contact llulanoe June 1. 11)23 1 IS hay J **' no'l John M.Ce,
< K of s
NEt BW'\ ,
A the logfl of a woodpile
rests on .
.. l.o tNs l 'rsl3 now Juno 1 I. 1V2IIIJredford truiit4M of thi. lorldu ftnilroail nnyt a
A !
> ,, i b.c 10 Brooklyn. Lan.l Co. __. 2-2: generator insulators, ROOf dash the curious who wish County. rorni.rnUon. W. H l>nvi. .n.1! hi. wlf., IUr
22 be viewed by
r..r. 24 8 ISn 3.16 to . John 1
--- W. Fuller ----------- cable Stale of l-lorlde rift : I Leiloup anSI hi. wlfa, S
.V S. \ of SW ot NE'/i --0 ti 2..1 12: terminal blocks6.000) battery to I."> to Tom Loe's cabin and view it. 1 hereby certify that the foregoingmet.. men! LOII.KA Lyloim: dirr.ndani. .. whoa* mil done. I

: bushings, I 10,000! hood block bushings: freed fc'tm of the weipu, anil ..11.bu..m... of ii.. tire rach :unknown. ,
Jefferi'-s now
of steers was shipped by Lake funile of Bradford County for the month ..f I ..".:PTINC! t.
A car .20,000( ) tail light wire bushings, 3,200 You anil iwch of hereby niiilr, ..lli
: its worst danger. Old\ Joe can't slipup M... 1'2.1.! In tnw ..n" correct to the bmt '
to Plant City. I he and' In h.for. the .fudtr, of
J. T. Hickey Tuesday of ItnowliKlue, and "belief crown ;
To Cure a ColJ in One "HuvH : wild ; battery covers, fiM)0 l ) rear panel plugs, <>n you in the water anymore. Su my II. W. Af.tJ :n'llAN. ; Circuit C'ourt for. the EIghth J.lol.1 CI.th f

..AXATIVE BROW QUININE (TolJeMithotouilli s I Kami busing mail the pastures and 10,000 cable insulators! for m.tal in the- finest 'SKAL: Clerk ClreiKt Court.Ilradford cult of Florid. In and: for I Bra< OfIO I
,.. have swim- the 18th' day of June, *h .
nn.l Hia.la. Iw an.i wi.rk* or .inimula were in prime con- go your CountyBy on 1\2. at ( ,
: the
C \>.Citlu| "X rich dashes. clearest, lake water in the country.Lak .- C. A. KNIttfir. 'ioiui.. In .hill.1.' of rounty In lk.Ior.... & I
dition. Dvuuty Cl'rtNOTKr .n. a eomnUmt "
S <. City Reporter.TCII you in Raid court by LIberty Jnv.atmnt C., \
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elF FINAL flwril.\Kf.K i the 'taw of the nat of Horlria .

\\ .\ YoUR RONII ISSUES:!' NV tlee In h.r.'y, iilven to .11 whom it may I The Jlradford. County 'r.l.r..h. a wcitklyntwnnpi .
INSURANCE The regular services of the church inrirn that 0,1 the fith day of .\ugin*. A. U. r piibtlahvd In 8tark.. 1'.dfnr
GENERAL 1 Ktnritla. la hiro.iy '
I IMZ I i lhall apply to the Honorable K. A. cr-qntf 1."n.,1 f
will be held on Sunday. The pastor, The Inclination tt the Americanpeople (.r en, eounty indue, aa judice of probate f< 9 I iifwunai foe, eIght In which con..eutive thl notIce. ....h.1$ b pubhtohiol -

INMAN & RITCHFIRE. I who is engaged in special meetings at to plunge into debt Is beginning .my...".final. of .illecharve..I...r...., Hrhlolrh.aa u/Jminlatratrlx d....I....<)I'' .ml ttf that the I I The 1.,1 I d,crtbtl. In the hill <*f complaint P
'In thla .. title which ia
the to nutrht
at the eerie time I will prvoenf. mv final aecoui I' i. t
Uev. Thomas I
i Newberry will have .
AUTOMOBILE to develop Its shadow and unless ... a. admlniatra'rix. el ealU' ".1.'". son S. ul. t acalnxt. the above .I.'fenIanlu.. .1.

LIFE!, BONDS Hanson of N'ewberry, to occupy his there is an early awakening the AM..1.|fiateil. for their June. approval, part'culnrly'Half of dfucrlhcd. Northwmt a* Oiiart. _r., ult.n.1 l North thunt
K, imn.
Located in building l( of E. A. Strout Firm Agency. Office opu 14 pulpit. Mr. Hanson is a man of thor- shadow will take the form of a spec-: llt-7-27 MRS. MAT mtYANl .I-fnlf.*Hit Quarlvi of 141ithweSt i>f Northa iejuartwr Ouart of r. and N.rh.North fttjtiartvr. S; S

Hours Every Day. ouirh education and capable of render- ;rf'. This fact has been brought to t. .;.' A'lm.ni.tr.lrix.. ( and all nf the Houthw ,., of 'a j
I all who I ,orhesst tjiiMrtf-r lying w of th service to
il'l.l helpful may : n former ::
the fore by.Hermanh.tz., mail, rtiiown aa thu -1 and t11inl.i'nun\ .
STARKE FLORIDA share in the worship of God on Sun- 1. .I..t ),tIe will tm received by the Hoard rr .51,1! | 'In HocttonI'
Controller of the city of New of I I..d '1'........e. of llradford Couniy rlor l "lr'ln.i ; Hn.it: h'.nR'nf"II Eaat and '

day. who as chairman of the Committee on nil it thi ,,!:1.... of tile Bvrretary uf the U>>aul *( 1.1., mor 1 ; and) which
at tarar lorl.li'.>. until 2 0'.1 loe! .
< m.
Lola TWO,
1 Morning worship at 11:00 and evening Non-Partisan Facts reports that the 1 1lCt'n..ral J

  • HAROLD.HUME Wm. P. SIMMONS D A. MORRISON. Jr. S worship at 8:00.: for puhlie : 'or .. ,'_ *. ii in 'lir North Hot of H*>e* ,'"I.
    S... Trees. bonding system C, natf-uetintf. a All approximately Coo fort tinn 17, Townahip 6 H.n". 11 Eat. I
    Pr...d.nt VicePr..i ,.h. r brl".,. at B..k.,. contalnina approximate h nf aid lops being tel-
    Best Fertilizers Insecticides 'Sprayers4 Poultry senior and junior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00p. haidfed! in America that the taxpayers ly aogo .... ..,I. of material. Plane may .Iowa ripaic: *Lot One. containing, 41 A Hr-if'"aa use,..

    I ) be ....n at the office" of the Bounty engineer. | ot, ontafna Ml and 40-100 nei-cw. 0
    m. ml- Two
    Honest Goods Fair Prices of the nation are wasting 'I| t e Hoard neervea the rlvht' to reject any Three' evntatna X7 and Kfl-100 ... Lot 1. .

    Supplies I lior of unnecessary dollars and piling or e1:I bid. contain IfJ aerv. Lot Flv .0n&"I 1U and f
    Wise Advertise W K.
    B. TORODB. T 1-'oo ur
    Prompt Shipment up a staggering debt. Particularlyis C. FUTCH. Chairman Pro Terner ItntMM .my h.no aol ural nf ..10 agurt 'S
    where the homeowners :. ta.ry. -U-8..41-U the the Iflth d. April. A. l' '. I i'

    Ask your n.ilhbo-U. know. I rile QnmlM' -_*l Dote riot Affect !>"> !1h, I this true in'villages NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS G. W. ALIIERMt.Cferk .
    constantly made the victims nf CIrcuit fo. Hmtifoni County
    .i Kit beforejbuying." f,tf'Hf Of ISO tritt'f ind l l.e..'e .it. are Pealed. lilde ...1he ree....01 by the Boarrlnf Cm.r 1 j
    "Get !1.ln P < TI' r. BROMO. Otl.NINK. (lab jl.) rar1'; .. ..;>>. of bad local financing engineered |:>,n
    JacktoDTille Fla tt Bjyio ititouc/ reuMOit" nrrvooef.eu ,911141BKhivteui .. at the office of the Secretary of the D. E. KNIGHT. *puty Clrk.UoIiBitor I
    E. 0. Painter Fertil'zer Co, E. '. .t.: _. .. .BIUM" J i by boards of trustees and other func .board at St..... Florida until .t clock p. toe Cum"lal..n. 4.- -Jt-A-lS '. :' ,

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    I, MEETING: OF CITY COUNCIL Train and all who managed the Road xe sa FLOWER' MISSiON: I n
    ---' _., .. because it hastened not to him u
    f( ; I ---- :'\ I Ii The city council met In regular sesame to Okeechobee. PEROXIDE BLONDE The local W.-C. T. U. .

    { 1 June 5, 1923 with all members And I answered and said unto 'him I I'oiJ Flower Mission Day last Tues f"' .'

    I News Stems : present as follows*: T. J. Griffln Wherefore desirest thou to get to ternoftn at the Methodist <'hu |h,

    k k i f County chairman J. W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Okeechobee? I II By ALLISON M. CRANTE T. N. Limbnujfh:, acting as lekr), ,, ;

    = = = Bryan, O. J. Griffin, J. C. Robinson I And he said There is where I am I !Mrs. A. Wood read the '4t"I'work ,

    \ ; : J I Minutes of the last meeting were to rest for two weeks; and all this\ delay It*), by MoClur Newspaper Syndicate.) of Jenny Casseduy, ,,,; ,j ':

    j .nt r..tln. Facts Gathered During tie W* )' Our read and approved. cometh out of the limited time of \) bl.mlel"! Olive Ray read a paper entit'.i',.,| ,j

    E 4 !' 4 t Regular. Corre'->ou
    .- troop number two, Boy Scouts, was And '! said, Thou will never be able young luu, "Carrots," hud met forcemcnt in this commanit:. \
    j granted permission-to"* use upstairs of this life If thou had followedher Miss Iris Epperson
    :r. I -- -- to rest anywhere in Mary at the corner and as piun.-t: t >:,.

    i; Thomas, of Palatfay !spent Monday city hall for a scout hall : didst desire Rest there is no more home, always! at a safe distance, dience sang several numb,,". .. f

    iiltOOKEK/ I and Tuesday! with hil mother-in-law, Upon motion it teas ordered that I perfect> example of Rest than this chanting Unit hateful refrain In a voice Jubilee Songs.

    I Mrs. Josie Hall. I the city buy a strip of land throughthe Train. It resteth the most of the time that everybody could hear. 'TeroxIJe The members,, brought flouen ,

    I.I l I Breaker, June IT;).-:Mrs. T. C. lfa1 property of Fred Beck, for the extension And when it stoppeth because a Cowis blonde I"She"balf fruit and other delicacies :V:,
    I J. B. Smith left Friday for take another but for ta
    Master turned to
    of Adams street to of
    zen spent last Thursday in Alachua. the Track wherefore shouldst "
    Tampa after spending HOmo time with on more roundabout route to her home and "shut-ins, and at the d I,,,,,
    of the S. A. L. I
    11' C. A Marks, of Aluchua, wits u visitor way Railwav.( thou whether it is the same the
    I 1'1-: to our town Fridiy.; his grandmother, Mr. S. E. Jones. Upon motion the assessment of R. Cow that stopped us ten miles backor Then,.with a shrug of her slender IIlIk.I distributed! meeting forty-two packuj, v
    dud shoulders/ and a slightly morepromiuent
    I Smith Varnes of
    !Mr. and Mrs. ,
    H. I). of G. Crosby on Block 21 in the town of I
    1 Surrcncy, Plant City, is the week-end here with some other Cow ? Thou desirest thrust of her pointed chin, For many years past theC. |1",
    .Starke lal
    I here on a visit with relatives. fepent Starke, was reduced $1820.00. Rest to be purchased by the Pound I she swung back again ,to meet the T. U. has observed flower,

    r..4.{\ Jos. F.. Wilson of Gainesville was relatives / Upon motion the assessment of and sent to thee in a Parcel under a swiftly approaching\ hoy. day, and many hearts have !h..,.m,:.s,

    ii a visitor here last Wednesday Lynk Williams, of Lochlooga, spent Griffin & Johns personal property was Special Delivery Stamp. And thou But "CurroU" who had, no Intention dened by their graceful :
    I ), .Mr.' and Mrs M. A. Clemons are Sunday here visiting relatives and referred to Tax Assessor N D. Wain- postpones Rest till thou dost arriveat i of coming nearer to the object of his actsness.

    ; "v" t the proud parents of a son, born Sunday friends wright for Investigation. Okeechobee where thou thinkest to unwelcome attentions halted a few feet

    June 3rd. I Na- Reports of bond trustees, city treasurer from Mary With one hand under the
    I rest while drowning Bait But if thou
    A Jacksonville
    'l I Ills canine "companion he policeman u' ,
    hunta. collar of d
    and collector received and
    P. M. Barefoot has were
    had a Delco wert wise thou wouldst rest now. I
    \ backed slowly away from her, bawling. duty. He was sleeping in a morn>
    light system installed! in his home. I fon. Judge W. M. Robers n. ordered filed. Thou canst never cut off larger hunksof
    small his
    his when
    of er he
    with all the strength .
    was &\\,,,,
    f Mana Andrews! has been on a few Miss Mamie Hall spent Monday and The following bills were ordered rest than are furnished on this I lungs, "Peroxide Monde !I" at 12:15: a. in. by a noise in Ills ,, h,

    I days visit with relatives at New River i T- "day in Gainesville guest of Mrs. paid: General l Fund Train. i Mary's checks tlamed with auger, but en coop. When he looked out of i.

    I' f. '. !. Swearingen.Ci. J. W. Andrew mem council ._...._. 6.00 Now I considered this, that as) it he Ignored hIm entirely, and continued window he saw a man
    P. M. Barefoot G. B. Colson and S' A Bryan do -._______________....? 4 OKT her walking: t tF
    L. Sapp, of Palatka, was a visIt with that man's search for Rest, on way."Peroxide rd
    J Orl n -... .. .__.' 6.0J was )> car. ordered him to .
    ; ? ? "
    i f son, ReHsie, spent Thursday at Santa : C ;, ondo no ::::: .. A.Ofl: blonde! stop!
    here :Monday; ------- -?? I it with Quest for
    L 0 J (.rltr.n do _*_________.______?? 408 so is many People's I Mary At the sound ter his sixth demand was not .,.iv
    j' ;I Fe lake fishing. i .V. J. Roberson, who has accepted C I. 1'1--k mayor. ton .___....... 34.00Silu Happiness. They are postponing it grew more angry. .* I he fired just as the man was
    : 'I I Kite .. _-.109.00 of a short, nulckly-raufflpd laugh I <.nvi
    I' alary and ter
    O. B. Hazen who *
    'I been here on c .iployment at Lochloosa, spent the A L Alvam do ____________-_*_______ 01.00 until they are Rich or until they pet suing from the occupants of one vine- the car. The car shot down the n

    . \ a three weeks visit with relatives returned v.eek-end here with relatives.: C cnlfactnr A Puuh salary! .. _.cleric....-_.tmaiiurar.....?_tax_.. 60ft< to Heaven, and they may never be I I covered plnzza something Inside Mary with four bullets splintering the i
    ( ( to Atlanta, Ga., last week, It. Lee Gibson, of Gainesville spent C A Futch oWluu* uppHe etc _.-..-_? 18.00 Rich and some of them are not head snapped. none Was all the headache of the machine fron'the polirem
    I. where he has Chu Darby wit tee cue Gene Turner .Kf I
    I employment Sunday" here guest of frinds. Willie Aitn do _______________._ .51 ed toward Heaven. For Heaven con- and the WPHrtnt> i. revolver. The first bullet missed

    J Dave Gn-en of Pine Hill, has pprchased L.-L. Johns was a visitor to Hampton Orvilla Fred Supp irilTIa do do_u AuronGatlln__.__________?._.._.._ .SO.80 gisteth in the use of such blessings as i With one quick movement she man walking to the automobile
    . I the burlier shop from II. E. Friday. J L Puck. typewriting town chat-tar .. 13.00 come when they come; and one may dropped the flowered lunch box she Hurst's left side above the -
    E M John preparing town charter _._ 100.0\ < hip!
    Thomas. i
    reached for her tormentor.
    t carried and
    ; Mrs. W. S. Nabb is visiting her I Clayton Jqhna. apuclal pollc ...__..._. 12.00 have Rest and Heaven and much else first one hit him in the left hip <
    Mrs. J. A. Abbott and children of Inm.n A itch inaurancv. city hall .... 27.80< "Onrrwts" dnnced, back Just out of her
    that is and have it he goeth
    1 daughter, Mrs. Lonnie Morgan, of Stark Telephone Co. phone .aervtc '.. 8.6'' good as roach and Mary losing all sense of of the four bullets- fired by the put
    Plant City, are here on a visit with J W White A Son oil eU .........__ 1.80 along. Christian Index.HIGHLAND.
    1 relatives.Mr. lirooker, this week. W 1, Wall Are chief ......___....... 10.00 dignity, her eyes flushing indignantly, man as the car began speeding t
    I Mrs: W. J. Roberson was a visitor : II C W.II ...l.tant ..........___.... 7.00 chin set determinedly, the alley to Ninth street punctu
    and Mrs. J. L. Gillyard have C C Starling flretnan ..__... _... 8.00
    \ I to Starke Sunday. Herald MMdIt-Urn do ..........-..,_... ..00 e Down the street they raced, "Carrots"In the rear of the machine, split the
    I moved in the J. R. Groover cottage.S. Master Richard of Lochloosa I, .1..... Klcklltrr Jr do --.,....________ 4.01Freeman the lead ducking, dodging. and twistIng and
    Smith holstering entered the
    .... searaa
    V. Andrews John. do .____ 8.0iComer
    f was a visitor to New I spent the week-end here with friends : Long do ...!&...*......._...... 2.00 C. M. Click of Jacksonville, was In his efforts to escirpe. Suddenly right side just above the waist!
    River Tuesday afternoon. Hamilton Hitch do ... ... .. _. 2.00R. reached
    and relatives. ... Brlnaon do .._. ..._?._-..- 1.00 transacting; business here Thursday. I he stopped with a jerk. Mary went through the liver and stopp
    1. Mrs. W. S. Nabb, of Sampson, was {;h.... John. do _-..-.....__.........?.. 8.00 J. O. of Jack- nnd grabbed him firmly by the collar. his ;
    I t here last week on a with her Alvin Beck do .___.....-----____- .,00Fr..nk W. C. Hall and Guess "You-I" She did! not finish ; marvel- in right lung. He died three ho
    I I'. visit Carpenter do _. 1,00 sonville here looking after bus- I afterards. '
    .r --- were
    daughter Mrs. L. Morgan. HAMPTON Chaa Darby do ........___.___ 11.00 only the youngster's struggle had :
    ; Kuicon Turner do ........__. ___ 8On iness Wednesday.Mr. "under her
    I ceased. He went limp grip
    I J. S. Forsyth of Palmetto, spent the Martin Struth do ........__________ 1.00
    Ij week-end here with his family. Hampton, June 15S. B. Price and i I.M Mott do .........______?__ 1,00 King, auditor for the American as though ho had seen a vision of a For Sale
    Maurice Edward.* do ------9---.: 1.00 Express Co., was a business visitor ghost. But It was a remarkably sub-
    family had their this eek
    as guest w I 1
    I Claude Crosby, of Kissimmee, is on l.""nn Kit* do -.. --. .,_._
    \ visit with relatives here. Mr. Price's father of Live Oak.N I II G Mason 8 .cot pad; *for;; J.II---..... :gg here Saturday.A. Btnntlal and good-looking ghost. AI

    : .It'a I Among those who left first of the P. M. Geiger, of Theressa.was a Tot.' ,______________________-BS0.1I K. Williams'and son, Ben, mo- j I tall broad-shouldered, 1 ghost with black, MISSIONARY PLANTS
    Read and Bridie Kand tored to Jacksonville Thursday.G. curly hnlr and strong white tjeeth
    week to attend the summer "normal at business visitor here Saturday.! Bradford. County Bank par roll atreet I gleaming across hU laughing tanned $2.00 per Thousand or by the lift
    I work 78.00 A. Collins, of Starke, and J. G.
    Gainesville The revival services here which IF YOU WANT'PLANTS, Ie''
    were: Misses L'orene. and are D C Jones"nupp'lTea "II.-"II"H 1.lilKoy } i i face
    Eunice being conducted Rev. Kdwarda 'lumber for brltluee ___. 880 Godwin, of Lawtey, were business vis- SELL YOU. SEE
    Willie of said (
    Hazen Mae Oliver by Quinton I "Oh. !golly, Parrots dejectedly
    I J A Morgan .aI..." for May ........ 100.00 itors here Friday.
    ,. Messrs, Lucian Ralph and Vascoe Chipley. are being well attended and .1 F Colly work on tractor _.-.___-.. ..85Cesar '| "It'll Bob." I _
    Hazen. much interest manifested. Vanderlcver. ___ painting. .; p.rkln5Ford ... II. C. Wimberly Jr., and J. L. "It's nothing to Inugh at, Hob Parker -
    aonm .' ...._ .. 10.81 I
    I E. H. Clemons spent Monday in John Bevill, of Jacksonville attended G.ra.* aupplie- _.?....-._ 1.41 Strickland attended the Baptist Lay ,, ," Mary exclaimed! wrathfully, giving M. F. BROWNSTARKE
    bruahea ........
    Qiilxlry Uroom Co 189 men's Convention at Tallahassee last
    I "CarCots" a Bhnke. "I'm not a peroxide -
    Alachua. church here Monday and Tues- J K Collry work on tractor ______ .78 FLA.NOTICE
    CnnHumere Lumber Co lumber und nail .81! Thursday and Friday. I| blonde so theret"! .
    i' I Reddish Andreu of New River, was! day evenings. f Bank of Stark roll. ............ 6.71 '
    , pay Crews
    ... Miss Magg Crews F. M. "Peroxide)! blonde" repeated Bob,
    a visitor here last Sunday afternoon. Misses Corrinne and Elizabeth Total -- _--------------..--_.-208.51- A. A: Crews W. L. Dixon and G. H. I' wonderlngly, his gray eyes fixed admiringly The Board of
    , J' County Commuiiunon
    ' J't t Dr. Bishop, of Alachua made a call Wheeler and Pearl Clryton left last :'I clerk Waterworka bund trustee.28.00 Fund Barker visited friends and relatives. on the disheveled Mary. "Who Bradford County. Florida, will moet itcourthouae
    C A Fuloh
    . \ here Saturday Tuesday for Gainesville, where they said ?" in the clerk'. office Monday, '
    The council adjourned to the next you were
    , It I at the state farm Sunday.Mr. 2. lltJH. a* a board ot fNilutlizL'ra for the ;
    1, Mrs. M. P. Matheny and daughter will attend the summer school at the regular meeting. and B. Bennett visited "He did." AI'CII"I'IIAry.; her slender poae of hearing' complaint and receiving:
    Mrs.\C. timony to the value of
    . 1 Ruth spent Monday in Alachua shop Univrsity. I C. A. FUTCH, relatives at Lawtey Saturday. white.flngeru tightening on his collar or ponional or mixed., a* Axed any. by the Con
    . ping I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dyal of Ala- Clerk. us she nodded 1 at "Carrots." Tax Ammaor for the year 192.1. aiametowner

    I T. B. Plnholster, who has Just returned -I chua were guests of relatives here Mrs. Charles George and son, Earl ."T>"ld, )you?" questioned Boh, sternly. I or aifent, of inch. M.property.J. BROWNI.EE.. .

    , home from Tallahassee Saturday and Sunday. were visitors to Starke Thursday. I ;"Uh-huh assented "Carrots. ," sulk. ,, Attest, Chairman of B.
    W. M. Wimberly Monday
    " \fi: greeting friends here during last !Miss Eva Hodges has been the guest WHILE ON THE JOURNEY I ily. Clerk and Auditor. 6-lS-ir..
    for few days visit! here with relatives "Let's settle this "
    a In the back yard
    week-end. of her
    sister Mrs. U. B. Wiggins, of '
    I : proposed Bob, and ostensibly grasping"Carrots' ,
    Walter Baxter of Bradentown, is Starke. There Is in the land 1 called Floridaa =lmmmtm"unllmWWllnll"u", :
    G. H. Barker and W. M. Wimberly collar, LI* hand rlospdfirmly
    hereon a visit with his Mr. Mrs. E. C. Williams has recently
    parents that which Is called
    Railway, or ti motored to Jacksonville Monday af- over Mary's detaining! fingers.
    , and !Mrs. J. D. Baxter. been a visitor to Starke. Railway, and its Train starteth'oifl ternoon on a business trip. Mary looked up (\quickly hilt the strong
    r Mntt Sutton and (children of St. Mrs. I. J. Priest and Mrs. J, P. Sullivan I brown a
    I. I from New Smyrna some time in the Mrs.' Gadson Griffis and E. L. Grif- fingers only tightened their 1 ---
    Petersburg have been here on a two were visitors to Starke this afternoon and arriveth at Okeechobee clasp.
    fis left Sunday for DeLand where
    : weeks visit! with her mother Mrs. R. I week. f by Special Providence. For there Is they will visit relatives. "Now, then evpluln what the troubleIs
    J. Holibs. and beg Miirj'H pirlon, ," commanded;
    I Jay Daugherty tend mother have One Mixed Train or something less
    , I r H. E. Thomas and !Miss : been the -- Bob when HUM' readied the bark yard
    Alva Thomas attending revival services at
    than that, each day. And it startethout KNABB FAILS TO GET PRISONERS 25
    I of this/ place, were quietly married the Christian church here during the from the Everglades in the morning BACK FOR WORK AT CAMP "We-ell, I' heard you telling Aunt cent
    . in Starke Saturday. Both of these week. Kate that )01IIk..t! Mary: awful well,
    and hunteth around until it ar-
    . hut, of course, she wouldn't look
    . young people have a host of friends Mrs. Jessie Morgan and children riveth at New Smyrna, and then rest- Former Lessee Paid Fines. of Prisoners dub like you." n

    who wish them all happiness.J. of South Florida, are the guests, of eth a while and turneth around and, to Use Them as Free Laborers Mary flashed one astonished! look at

    F. Turner, of Clayno wians- Mrs. Morgan's mother Mrs. *I, J. goeth,.back. And if on any day it ar- Gainesville, June 6.-Members of Bob's tell-tale fare, and n tiny dimple'" I Want Ad

    acting business l here Monday.Rev. Priest. riveth anywhere On Time, there Is the Alachua county board of commissioners appeared In one pink cheek only! to I

    S. S. Proctor, of Lake Butler, Mrs. W. E. Baker of Lake Geneva reason to suspect that it is Yester- refused to change their position dlsappoiir ns "Parrots" went on :

    will fill his appointment here next was the guest. of Mrs. J. P. Sullivan day's Train. on the convict lease question on "And Annt Kato said Mary was the
    Sunday at tho this week. nicest girl In town, only Mrs. Keyes
    Missionary Baptist Now there rode upon this Train a Tuesday when State Senator T, J. will sell a
    said she was a peroxide blonde. 1111'8.Ke'e9 .
    I church and Ben Saxon and
    George familiesof
    Man And he had
    from Pittsburg.
    Knabb, former lessee, appeared in Is in 01' "
    anyhow he
    fnt. commented -
    Misses Geneva Harrell and Marie South Florida arrived here last
    1 come to Florida in search of Rest. person to present arguments leadingto Irreverently.
    : .:. Raborn, of Bradford, were shopping Monday where they will visit relatives And he troubled because the train
    was the return of this county's prisoners "Here, stick( to your story, young
    "I here. last! Saturday afternoon and friends was Behind Time and because the to his camp located six miles from man," ndmonlHhed! Bob Horseor

    I M. A. demons and' family have Mrs. B. H. Loflyn, of Macon. Ga., Train was not at all troubled aboutit. Macclenny in Baker county. "Aw nln't I?" retorted "Carrots" sul $$200

    I ., !i'' moved in the Shriver cottage recently arrived here Sunday. For the Train stopped at Penni- Failing to secure return of his former lenly. "I .lust wanted to have some fun,

    ) r vacated by J. L. Cilyard. Mrs. F. E. Henry has been shopping chaw and showed no inclination to leased convicts Knabb promptly so I called her 'peroxide blonde' ev'ry

    ( in Starke this week. leave. And it stopped aa Pocataw andit paid the fines'of three of the Alachua night" this week. flee, wasn't she
    1 BRADFORD Lee motored to Gainesville mad!? he added I. with a chuckle. a
    j(1 Clayton was as if the fire had gone out in county negroes, taking them back to Amazed at this statement Bob relaxed -

    'J Tuesday. the engine. "And it stopped at If olo- Macclenny to work as free laborers. his hold on "Parrots' collar.

    't Bradford June 15.-Miss Mary Hugh Norton, of Theressa was a paw and Illashaw and Yehaw, and it Y H. Harris prominent resident of The next Instant he was !starln<: at that

    J Avinger of Alachua, wa visiting her business visitor here Saturday.Prof. liked these places all so well that. it the LaCrosse section, paid the fine of piece of his brother's phlrt Rtlll\ In bin
    /; aunt, !Mrs Mozelle Harrt'll last W. O who has been $$1000 Car
    ; week Duval seemed loath to go on. the only other Alachua county prisoner bands, while Its owner's Impish redhead
    Roy Forsyth nnd Livingston! Russ> here for several weeks, returned to And Wewahotee the Barbershop leaving this county without a peered 1 around the! corner of the n

    J .i,; were 'In our community one day last Gainesville Tuesday. fronteth on the Railway And a man single ,inmate of either jail or road house nnd laughed, gleefully "AskMary !It e

    week who was in the Barber's Chair rose !Rang.VN why she klcsed your picture the

    !Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Harrell were in /IFF up when the Train came in. And the other night. or a
    i Brooker With this parting shot he disappeared!
    Friday. side of his face shaven and
    one was : MEMORY OF CHA9. A. DUKLING. around the
    '. house In
    Harley Andreu was in Hrooker. Satrrday. ZitT, June ll>.-Miss Ellen Howard the other side was lathered; and he JR., DIED :MAY 24th Mildred.' search of IIll1ry'eslltl'r

    ; I and niece, of Gainesville, spent last stood in the door and greeted such Bob looked thotuhtfully at the down-

    : 4 A chicken pilau wan. !given at the' week here the guests of her sister, men as he knew who had come in on A wee little blossom has gone hometo bent head, of the blushing anti, embarrassed poooFarm$

    . I. home of S. C. Andreu Friday night. A Mrs. R. B. Thomas.: the Train, and he made inquiry con rest Mary

    i'' large crowd attended and reported a Mrs. Atha Dyal spent the week-end cerning each of the stayers who had Heaven above with our angel is blest.A "Did you?" he queried' enzerly.

    tine time. here the guest of her parents, Mr. and likewise arrived, and he returned he dear little form, once to loving sal Mary shook her head vllh'otly.fOOt

    C. M. Andreu was In Brooker one !Mrs. J. W. Lewis. and the Barber, and finished the shave bright course not" she mutterpvh\ ,.

    : day last week. Mrs. Ella Hargraves and children, after the Train had pulled out, which Not gone from our u.emoralthough should She stopped. Hob's hand

    Rev G. W. S. Ware of Worthington of Avon Park are hete on a visit was not very soon. from our sight. was he could gently see forcing her her chin up so that

    : held services at Bradford, filling with relatives.M. And 'the man from rittaburg fretted .. -I i ; '. "Look me straight eyes In the face and

    I the appointment of Rev. Norris, who A. Starling and son, Delathia and fumed. And we went on from lie could not with us long remain tell mo the truth" he commanded se

    was called to North CarI,*+1. of Gainesville: passed through our Kolokee to Wewahotee and from We pr.." and weep for him in vain.A verely.

    Mr. and Mrs. C. !M. Andreu were in I burg Thursday afternoon.An Apoxsee to T.okosee and he fretted !flower too tender, too precious to Mary tried to do as she was told but

    Brooker Saturday. entertainment was given at the some more. live, her eyelashes fluttered and fell on her .--

    Roswell and Orville Ward Livingston : home-of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas And he blasphemed against the Is now with the Father, whom all I hot cheeks. The next minute Bob's

    Russ and Roy Forsyth attended! Saturday night in honor of Miases blessings give. arms were around her and she was

    lit services at Bradford Sunday. Ellen Howard and Oveida Cox of near Wednesday. murmuring Into his. shoulder that shewasn'fa

    aid Louise and Wilson Ilitycs of Gainesville. A large crowd enjoyed Miss the "neroxMtt\ blonde." And! In What is
    I Avy Starling was guestof Into earth's garden we welcomed himso the bushes behind them "Cnrrots" more econ-
    $ Starke, are the !guests of their grand- he: evening.Mr. I her friend, Alva Thomas, Sunday. to whispered
    Mary's sister _
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    4 l. parent/,Mr: and Mrs N". G. hayes, and Mrs. H. E. Thomas was the I Mr. Henry Ellery Thomas, son of When fresh October winds did blow. the end of n'movie'show!" Just' like omical and profit

    I p. this week, guest of their mother, Mrs. Belle Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas and Miss Vow amidst May's sun and showers -- --- .- --

    f ? Misses Geneva Harrell and Marie Thomas, of Fine Hill Sunday after Alva O. Thomas, daughter of Mrs. We've given him up to fairer bowers. -- ""- able than, a want

    Raborn were shopping !In Brookert! on noon. O. W. Thomas, both of Brooker, were No Jok.
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    Saturday. Mikes Rhoda Thomas spending a married in Gainesville Saturday af- Our darling baby, we loved hinu sol! Appearances are deceitful. T>i ad in this paper?

    Harvey Baxter, of Brooker, was In while at Sumner truest of her sister, ternoon. They left Monday morning But God loved best, and bid him go. Oun's slate on the outside of many a Big

    L t our community Sunday. Mrs. Lomie Reynolds. for South Florida where they will\ We'll never forget him, is our sad cry ; U you private want to office know says: : "PusnJ'. But What have you
    why the
    f Mr and Mrs. Dewey Starling and make their future home. Their large And we'll try to meet In the sweet byeI occcplej! 1:1.! position you wtll Big have Gun

    SAMPSON CITY sisters, of Cooter Pond, were guestsof circle of friends wish them much hap and bye.. I look at the! plate on the inside of th to to sell?

    Sampson City, Jupe 15.-T. C. their aunt, Mrs. S. L. Prescott on I I pines, A FRIEND.'tff' :loor It ssijs : I.. ,

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