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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 22, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME FORTT-FOUR. STARKE FLORIDA:, FRIDAY. Jl- NE 22, 1923.

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:::- MR.: AND MICS.: JOHNS GIVE; "'"
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MARSHAL
KmUAINS COLOKADOin DEATH OF WELL KNOWN) CITIZEN MOUTh ORGAN AS WEAPON 1 l tO\ EnW.IWC11\ E LYNCHED AT; HOMESTEAD: lilt I I)<;KPARTIMr. : ,\\1Ii

FLORIDA TAKE TERRIFIC KEEl'S POLICEMEN! .\:i' BAYFilling I ''I''1'

1-UI.L IN LIFE AND PROPERTY Roy Edwards, master plumber, Town Marshal thus. R. llrynnt :SlvlDown and Mrs. E. M. Johns enter- !

i I Last Thursday the sad news spread Station Bandits Stage/ Holdup I while being at the' very top of his By "(Jmy; E> e" Simmon* tinned at bridge Monday evening at 0 : ..,..,t

Are Known Dead in Kansas and that Mr. It. 14. Brown, a well known Seventh Atcnuv., Harmonica ..Deceies -i trade baa proven \ that he can also While Making M Kind-Ne! ro Fled\ their home on N. Walnut street. }

five Loss Will Run Into Millions and highly respected citizen had Otlicers and Rig Crowd Till make good in other directions. Early But Was Captured. Tied to a Tree The rooniMof this attractive homo '0

|I'rol.rty| ; Arkansas City Completey I breathed his last after a long and lingering Owner Is Overpowered. last spring: he found time to plan improvement And Body Riddlyd With Bullets, were tastefully decorated with pinkKillutrnt'y :i-j
of his land which is situated tab I '
card
uff From Outside World illness at his home near Starker --- After He had Confessed.Miami rose., and on the ;

l ui I and much sympathy was expressed Juno 13. Holding three just across the north line of lesere placed! dishes of salted nuts.At "
Tampa 0 .
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,hi.mu City, June 12.-Reports for the bereaved family, as well as officers and scores of civilians at bay i Starke on the Raiford and 1 Sanderson June 15.-Town :Mutshnl (the close of the game it was found .
IK roads. A RlI1l1111lol.tlon of it had boon ladies'prize :.a ,
: had won
Mrs.
drowned at ArKansaa. sorrow over the death of one who hud with an ordinary harmonica for more Charles R. Uryant of IlomesU, wits that Stump ,
eiiteen well timbered
the rest and ,
f cleared was
numbers
thu endeared himself to all who knew him. half hour alleged ; u set of bridge 0 0 .
are unconfirmed at than an following an shot to death this afternoon in II ;
Kansas The trees must ,
with big pine trees. while to II. II.I Young was ,
:: Robert Russell Brown born at Mitchell scores;
was 0,
All communications attempt to rob Spencer loolroom in the qUllrh'r8If I
offices. negro ,
andfencing
ail before ;
clearing
,
be of the
11! out way first prize,
rI,1
Columbus, Ohio, December, 27, 1858: of Twenty- to', handed the. itentleman's
is cut off. i filling station, corner Iomestoad, when he attempted
wh the city I could be done. He was goingto : handkerchiefs. The second prize I
I being a son of James and Julia Brown first street and Seventn, avenue, Will make liquor raid single handed. i linen
build and needed lumber. Why not n awarded t.1lrlt.: '14 14lor
Kansas : of that city. In early 80's he came to finally overpowered Vnown the Indies wim
fiveKnown Dead in Lofley, a seaman, was Thirty minutes after a negro, 0
: get a little sawmill ? K. L. Turner und was a hmulpnintedtiiilt .j
Five Florida and settled on a farm an New after a desperate fight with hit slater
are
Junel2. J
Eye" Simmons
K..lisas. City, I He had J. W. Andrews, Jr., to order as "tiray and shaker; and tho gen ,.
dead and property damage ofIs River, where he lived for seven years. officers and lodged in the city jail, be was hound to a tree by a crowd of : "pepper ..
Kiiowi'" him a mill designed to run by a I tleman's second 1'1'17.1'11" won by M.F. 0
all Later he entered the sawmill and last before midnight.It I
i shortly
Practically night anti riddled with bullets. .
occurre. men
have 0
!IM" i" Fordsojj tractor. Then he bought iiFortheon. dock oC curdn. .i.
Krown tutu wus II
of the state are blacksmithing business! and lived at is alleged that Lofley and two Bryant and his 11-year-old.! Bon I I J
streams
tlir, rivers A. E. Wall, the well known Tho booby prixe fell to 1L.. Turner,
suffering I different times in Starke and on the other attacked Joe Cueto, night
their banks. Kansas is men and drove' up to thuJool1'IIOR\ in an auomobile -!
the mill
'ju< ')f I sawmill man, rigged up who received a deck of miniature
the worst flood in history. Two East coast. June 26, 18H, he married man at the filling station, took his! as soon us the trees werV felled and about 3 ,)'clck. Bryant went 0 jI

Mrs. Dora Andreu. Abut three revolver after ho had fired one shot the I cards.!
Arkansas City and three years make nside and mounted the stairs to '
l at to \
an 'lead the logs hauled up, began Thu hostess Served a 'beautifully up-' 0
he began to suffer from tumoron and to rob the place. Lof.
Winfteld.ugusta ago a attempted Hecoml floor. According to tnf"rma-I
lead at lumber. The Fordson, sound and gentle course consisting
ice cream
an
the brain, but though tho pain was ley's accomplices, one of them said tobe tion furnished by other negroes he pointed 0
nooaert with thocrl' work in harness : individual
to
any
is oaoiy guaranteed uf and white Ice cream,
\ pink
and, intense he held bravely made but I
brother
constant up his a getaway met by a fusiladi- bullets from
was
1 expected this afternoon. never stalled, although logs 20 angel! food( cakes tied with pink ,
neglecting his duties although drunk and desperate, pulleda A '
never Lofley Simmoim.
,
wielded
revolver by
White river Is a mile wide at Low- inches in din mete'" nt the butt, were a ribbon, and as favors pink baskets
he knew that his lays were harmonica from his pocket and who
hoy,
few iniutes later Bryant's '
The low lying territory of negotiated. Yea, one single tree made and white mints.
sndu. numbered, and only when fully incapacitated threatened, to kill the first man who had driven away returned and I went I filled pink
City is threatened.Two \ ((180 feet of board, besides some un enjoying thin delightful
The guests
Kansas for work did he take to I approached him. Holding the harmo- I after his father. IF., found I
hundred passengers on a !Sants merchantable lumber. As 19 inches I Is! upstairs uncial affair were: Mr. anti Mrs. Edward .
his bed. For many years he had beena nica harp in the crook of his arm as! the deserted anti his father'sbody
Win- is : that place F. F.
F. train are marooned near the limit of the saw it plain Burns Mr. and Mrs. 0
of the Methodist church, dead aim the harmless
member though to get the floor.
Hundreds of acres of wheat, only a skilled man can handle such on Stump, !Mr. and :Mrs. N. SternUerg
fiends. and his strong religious convictions harmonica appeared to be an automatic Simmons escaped trom the plftce by I
alfalfa are under water. big logs on such a smallmill. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mr. and
ami inspired him with love of God and as its nickel plate gleamed occasionally jumping into an automobile truck J.
Mr. Edwards then got a good builder Mrs. F. L. Turner, Mr. and Mrs.
and to look the ever in'the dim light. and fled. The
man courage arked in the street *
Ga., June 12.-Several build him bungalow, fronting > E. Corpenitig Mr. and MM. H. II.
Fitzgerald, to a
closer approach of death in the face. Undaunted by the threats of Lof- crowd which had hastily gatheredin
and twelve Tho Mrs. S. L. Peek Mr.
und
seriously injured the Raiford road. Mr.
1Iel' H to his commanded the officer whento on Young,
The deceased leaves mourn ley, who the business neition of thu citywhen
I irt when an A. B. and A. train from FredL. the orders with sawing went on, there being no trouble and !Mrs. O. L. Beiisley, Mr. und ll\tril. I
departure his widow one son, stop, accompanying news of the murder was carried .
Fitzgerald to Atlanta, ran into a washout to sell the lumber, which was of \V. K. bavls, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 0
would
three that ho
Jacksonville d eclarations
Brown, of repeated there by another excited negro,
tru'e A. :/. Adkina,
and :Mrs.
excellent quality and cut to a Mitchell, Mr.
daughters, Mrs. J. C. Padgett, of shoot the policeman through the chase and captured the jutyerseveral *
the last log almost has gave Mrs. O. L Haynes, Misses\
Now und
hair. Dr.
Jacksonville\ Mrs. M. L. Wages: of heart at the first effort to lay handson miles down the road. He was Elnm
Drowned in Oklahoma and Mr. Edwards! will beginto Annie Darby, n""I'IICOtutthows.! -
been cut
Six A. A. Watn-i Patrolman A. S. Cooper bided
Kissimmee, and, Mrs. him, brought back and lynched within C>0
June12.le : : his land.The Hilda Struth; Dr. E. L. 0
and fence
Okla. clear KominctU,
Ponca City, wright, of Fort Pierce, also tWOstepsons his time wntil he finally got close stump, feet of tho scene \t the murder. Before und ,
ports, that six persons were drowned of Lemon the man. place, besides being situated on Higgs, Carl Knight M. F. Brown
J. O. Andreu, enuogh to down desperate his do ath ho declared that he
in Fult Fork river near here 101 Starke. ;v. A* McDougall and two public roads, has good soil and! l 4tuI'i WIN Edwards of Lnwtcy. ,
City, and A. O. Andreu, of Call officer had been employed by a white man,
ranch persisted here to day and floodwaters The interment, in charge of Funeral Special Officer Kempt night watch- good natural drainu e. As 1101)1as for whom ho sold moonshine, to JJ',
most of Kay and adjoining Mr. Edwards gets things in shape, he (COUNTY! JUDGE'S 'nUltT
over at who had been held I
Director D. C. Jones took place man, among those shoot Bryant, who had been active t
showed signs; of abat- will his family here from Jack .
I'ountis no move !
Rev. asist-
) Friday at the harmonica
McKinney cemetery buy by gave against bootleggers. continued. CIIHH of ,
thu
,nlf. Simpson of the First Methodist ance to their fellow-officer.\ In the sonville. In response to It telephone cull, Lust Friday with Hulling II
charged
of wheat were Will Starling,
thousands' of acres church of Starko, officiating. The interment meantime a cull to police headquarters which said further race troubles was
water and many families reported DANIEL B. KNI<;iir liooze, was tried. Defendant plead '
York
under D. B.
was witnessed by a great brought Lieutenants I 'feared. Sheriff Allen and several deputies of
composed
to have been driven from their concourse of mourning friends, and and John Carer. Lofley put up a desperate ant Chief of Police Quigg of not guilty, but 1jUl'Y foreman, J.

homes. i the floral offerings were tasteful and fight when being loaded into (Contributed) Miami rushed to Homestead l (In, auto I J.Messrs.MiLeod L. L.H.(i.Eastman Powell, M. L. Lewis, 0 r

the patrol wagon, and it took all of mobiles. They arrented a white yuan,

Hundreds Busy Repairing Macon I I profuse. the officers Jo; handle him. We gladly publish the following, J. E. Johnson, who was brought back Edward Burns and, It. Tho R. Prevutt court took pronounced r

Dmf of his escapade from Judge Ives, of Lake City, as it Ni formal him guilty. '
rJ TOBACCO As a consequence and lodged. in the city jail. > when itJ
Macon Ga., June 12.-Hundreds! of I I Lofley has a long string of charges was written in memory (,tJ, ne who charge hoe been preferred Is recess to meet June :23rd with Hell- I I

workmen are busy in Macon today docketed against him. Attempted was honored and beloved( during life, him.Jlom'atend. Cluudu Underbill, charged 0

repairing washed out streets, endonifind Max Kloitterman, who lives on the highway robbery, drunk and disorderly and mourned after death, the late against was quivt tonight and hIll booze, will I ho trnl.VOMJ.ME .

and impaired rail- western line of Starke, grew a small B. Knight father of Col. D. ..;. j
buildings tobacco this season. resisting arrest, using profane Daniel : a search for two other negroes I..d l IIISUS: INCREASEDUNDKR = : :

re,ads as a result of yesterday's cloud- patch of burley and and offensive language, and assult Knight, of this! city: abandoned. Simmons isuiil I to

h irst which caused damage estimated It was harvested some Klosterman time ago and buttery are among the charges Some of the bravvst t men In the ecesnionul have confessed before ho was. lynched. I : DRY LAW r j
Mr. presented
cured.
.1' $1,000,000. carefully "hand", Cueto is said to have put up a stiff army were from old Bradford Bryant loaves three children the I Orme

-Several persons were injured. The the Telegraph with a long when they commanded him to throw county. Lieutenant Daniel B olilost 14. His wife died a week al&'oJnll II. :.M. i'hift'r.Iullalt'r: Joxeph :
has
norm broke shortly after noon when of this tobacco which odor up his hands! and attempted to take Knight, of Co. "O", First Florida Cavalry was buried Monday. Co., PittwburKhIt p

almost seven inches of rain fell in less bright thin leaven, has! the right his gun. The: revolver was finally was captured November 15, 180' the .

man two hours. The basements and and as fine as any we have ever seen. wrenched from his hand after a shot Missionary: )' Ridge, where the regiment MR.S. SWEAT ENTERI'AINKD: THE is very difficult to measure
busl- who wish to see wht Bradfordcounty benefits of prohibition. to our business 0
and Those and fourth Infantry were overwhelmed
first floors of many stores of was fired which attracted the atten- READING: CIRCLEMrs. : increased '
riessbuildinga were inundated while can produce in the way tion of Him entire neighborhood and by the enemy at the foot of Th / volume' of sales ha* largely 0
doubt
feral small structures were comple-I tobacco, may examine the sample brought scores of civilians to the spoton the ridge, the cavalry marching with G. C. Sweat entertained, the oveiylast year und no the,
Peek & Burns' real estate increase U I! due to
mentioned at with 18 ,art of that
j undermined arid collasped. the run. about 100 men, the infantry reu'ding circle of tho Methodint. missionary -
in and Insurance office. six of whom were wounded. Lieu. fact that less money is bfing expended ;
at
Thousands of persons, society Monday afternoon \
rain began ChUrCI1\\ About eighten yars ago, a Holander tenant Knight and Lieutenant W. P attractively! for drink.
when the torrents KOAI BIns RECEIVED TUESDAYAt the club house, which was I
for
WIre! confined thre until late in for many years a tobacco his growerof head Roberts escaped in the Snow at nighton decorated with French Iiaskitt of zin It has been our j practice in employmen yeuMnot ,
Starke \ retain our
Sumatra, made to or
of the damage was the north side of Lookout mountain engage
Most held Tuesday
ternoon. in the sur- a special meting nias. I and consequently
traveling drink ,
while addicted to
radius! of twent quarters and reached us at Dalton in January Lois Long
done to crops within a the farmers afternoon the Board of Bond Trustees The hostess, assisted by noticed purtUu-
rounding country, inducing On the .20th! of Muy he we have not any
bids 18tf4. Lois Drake
) miles from Macon. tobacco. Hemet of Bradford county received Misses Ethel Raulerson, habits of our malt
of to pliant Sumatra dusk seekirig lur change In the
12.Thousands was captured at our nerved light
Denver, June and for the improvement of the Brooker and Madge Middleton, the stores
and with much sucess! pronounced of Lt. Col. Bad. employes. Doubtless,
in property road wounded, at command While refreshment
dollars of damage in this county -'road from the line of the state refreshments. to the work.

,:rops, one dead and dozens of families some samples grown he had ever seen. south of Starke to Brooker via Gra ger. At Stevcncon, Ala., (n June he were being served Miss Josephine ; which are catering would, note more a more marked ...... 0

maropned in the high water sections as- fine as any and the planting ham. Five bids! were received the went with John Roberts, Co. "F.4th I Brinson favored the company with a ing clause VInasmuch

due to thirty- But he went away Florida but escaped l by jumping from seductions.CARD difference than we do.
of Colorado are discontinued as certain Adams-Evans Company, of Jackson- number of instrumental I' the savings account in
Sunday. of tobacco was and reached us near Marietta us
train
rains the ,
six hours continuous this kind ville being the low bidder. community and nitlon .
The big Thompson and Platte riversare processes in treating acceptable for After considering the bids it was Ga., in June. In December, 18(11 I, : OF THANKS I the bunks of the deposit. It
hundreds leaf to( make it Wilkinson Pike, are showing larger
of
banks menacing the award of contract he was captured ;
of their defer a
to
out \ decided that all
manufacture required an experts sup. and carried to block house, ; ;;:;: thank Is j, only natural to suiposa
Tenn., a sincerely
of miles of railroads. fully demonstrated on the project until the regular We the undersigned, should be benefitedby '
river is I ervision. However, it was but cscapeii! arid overtook us beforHood's who kindly : linen of business It"I', :
Topeka, June 12.-Kaw that Sumatra tobaccocan meeting of the board on July 3rd at the many dear friend, HO the curtailment of liquor consumption. f I'0
the 'danger of will be army crossed the river near assisted, ua during thu ,
dropping, eJiminating here without difficulty, which time the contractors and earnestly *" i J \
floods! in this section. Three thou be grown success with given an opportunity to submit bids! Florence. Lieut. Knight was a darIng illness and after the death of our .

ind are homeless in Arkansas! City at, and Mr.tobacco Klosterman's allows us to be able to for the specified work on several other officer and ever faithful. M. to IVESLatuof duty.W. loved one. God's blessings rust upon WORKMEN: SEEM: : SATISFIED I II
of
and the city's loss is estimated burley list of productsof roads. each and every onu of them. Especially WITH KOIIIIHTIHX 1
add tobacco to our Secesxionul States Army. .; 0
'wo million. do we thank Dr. Middleton for I ,

the soil. BENEFIT l'I''JmT TilE CLUBHOUSE : his untiring services, and those whpresented Having had r=2. flll) to lO.OOt( ) .
I nlltrUu.1'ltTY
NOTES SURPRISE beautiful offerings. ,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH DURDEN the ;
IX HONOR OF MISS 0 men employed here ut the Sun Ship
all! I
God bless i
May you to see the
at 11 a. m. delicious I _.Mr: '*. C. L. IVek was given a sur R. Brown Mrs. J. C. Pad Yard. wo are, In position
Preaching next Sunday Mrs. N. Stl'rnberlenter Last Friday evening a Mrs. R. I and beforo Iro h i hi tion. 1'<
and the lawn, difference now tI
and 8:15: p. m. "The Golden Measur'tilt Mr. In honor of Miss Jea. supper was served at the Woman's prim birthday party on gett Mrs. M. L. Wages, Mrs. A. A'I j a number of
,
cards Before prohibition
Reed" will be the subject of the tained at a charming Club house for the benefit of the clubhouse Saturday afternoon\!., by her duugh Wainwright, Fred L. Brown J. 0. Monday* and

Bible school at 10 nette Durden, of Tampa. fund :Mrs. O. L. Beasley, chairman tern Mrs. ..;. K. IVtryman and Mrs A.'O. Andreu. men did not show up on
Beas Andreu
,
evening service. visitor of her sister, Mrs. O. L. The guests at thIs i others that did show up were under Jr I II
.a m. of finance, being. in charge. Mrs. C. F. Sayles. ;
of
Will the non-church members in ley.O. first prize a card E. R. Net had charge of the decorations delightful home-gathering were members PRODUCE SHIPPING ON THE I the influence liquor.thut the workmen :,
L. Beasley won namely: Mr. and I am very glad to say
particular done in of the family, WANE \
members in booby which were artistically
general, and the Pr. Biggs the I well satis- | |
and and themselves seem very
of table cover Mrs. J. I.. Peek and children, Mr. ;
that in case honor white and green. Individual *
please remember, of cards. The yellow, better now than 'I
kind prize, a deck of Mrs. J. II. Ritch and children, Mr. of Iroduce from I tied and are living
trouble of any I tables were used with streamers The heavy shipping
presentedwith
sickness death or law went
Miss Durden, wan and children, I ItomatlMs they were before the dry
guest, F. H. Long Merchantable t
and Mrs.
where the services of the minister tray. yellow and white crepe paper, and the here Is about over. note thatit
to
ivory
required ia to a hand-painted low vase of dais- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek and children, come in very slowly and I into effect.! I am happy
lec
are needed all that is delicious sal center .> was a \ who breaking -
served a are
will be forth- 'The hostess Mrs.<:T. S. Peek, of Locust Ridge, La., though there is plenty of sweet corn 1 III not the workmen '
let know and help olives, saltinesandchicken ies. the UnRedStates .
us of
tea
of ice Constitution
ad course Misses Mable Mrs. Robinson of Lake Charles. La., left little of it is accepted for shipping I the
day. used Serving were ,
or supper
night
either Daisies were case,
oming, many
salad. great
sort of firedepartment Brinson Vivirette and Col. C. L. Peek. i MIt the wet weather has caused but, In a 0
render a evening. Weller, Josephine (
We stand to decorations of the who have had better opportunities
of \those
service at any hour. for the' enjoying this delightful Floyd Madge Middleton, Kate Struth, Mrs. Peek received a number I it to become hard. world then the workmen I I
and the I The guest beautiful gifts from those who enjoyed whole the season has been In the
Sometimes people are sick, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Mildred Gill, Margaret Long, Mrs. On the be setting a goodexample. j I
therefore
call i is evening were: Mrs. the party with h'er. The'hOllt. and! tho farmers are not sorry land should 1
L.
fact is not reported hence no Mrs. J. W. Andrews, G. M. Inman, Mrs. O. Haynes, good 0 .
make Biggs. Mr. and J. L. Peek and else I served home-made cake apd ice the opportunity for a breathing ,
Mrs.
made. Don't be afraid to ypui Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. W. E. Middleton, over I personally believe that at last

needs! or' wishes known to the though mini Jr.and, Mrs. E. M. Johns Miss Jeanette others. crea m. spell. I, ninety per cent of the workmen w'ulJ! '0, I

ter of the Christian church, Carl Knight and of realizing thtfbettered f''')
member. The Durden. of Tampa, CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Nell Hughes' will leave In a GARDINER WILL BE CANDIDATE; I vote dry, on acount J,
not a bal the
vou yourself are if they!
conditions
.
hospitals Mr.' Johnson.PRESBYTERIAN few days for Baltimore, Washington
and I "
whom lick in private have visited homes are doing well VV> wish to exprt our heartfelt and !'New, York for a months stay, To the Citizens of Bradford County:: opportunity to do so. ,

for which we we are truly thankful. thanks to those that assisted u* during combining business with pleasure.Mrs. Having been so often asked if 1 If' unless unforeseen circunutancus!

All InvIted' t attend the religious -services: Sunday the short (Illness and death of our Hughes will study advanced would be a candidate for the office should prevent me, I will be a candidate I '

are service The morning Preaching service darling little boy, Everett who died style in millinery and art and wUl of county judge at next election 1 I for county Judge at the next, I

W. E.DAUGHERTY- school at 10 a. In no.,the evening preach- May 29th.: May God's richest blessings purchase her goods, for the fall. She f' take this method of announcing that election. "

Minister.J. at 11:00 a. m. 'rest upon them in( time of sor will aUo visit old friend in Washington Respectfully; .
at 8 m. sister Mrs. S. W, Oliver,,
Inll services p. HEDGESMinister. rows. before returning home. Mr* trip by her CEO. A. GARDINER. I. 0 0I ,
T, J. ,
S. Griner. of Metro', had busi 0 Mr. and Mr*. T. A. U derhill. Hughes will be accompanied on the of Sylvania, Ga. .

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a I'AGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 22, I"J .

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i J } :W Wa lIfIm1IIlIlImmmmmm"D'.' BPCMH I negro taken to Palatka for safekeeping name of :Mullet Arbor. Were it not again. No, no, the house didn't blow I

iI I J({ .I 7, immediately!\ after the death of for the ever shifting sund, which covers away, but I needn't tell him so. Yas- I After Every ]{
I Newt of Florida in Short 4tle i, sah hit shoO lea!
Paragraphs is.
; I J! Cross and it was jie that Sheriff Hag- up all kind of /filth with a clean,

a I 1 1, rmtm l-? r iuimmm m.ri .,.i ati : an, of Putnam county successfully defended white mantle, the whole place would The above corroborates the old saying -

News ; in a raid on hois jail, that smell of fish. that one-half of the world does WRIGi;:
r the other half lives,
t. how
know
Live State caused the indictment and subsequent The village has one street and it is not

18 I, trial of nine Gainesville men paved with brick. When the wind Also that the human race easily L ''J '-4.1

KinimM9mmMmmfmmm __ MwN.s1/n.au.aMaNYWwNShY.afIY/F'{ ,1 -H : Ion a charge of breaking and entering. blows from the east, the pavement is adapts itself to surroundings.! t.-- -=--

Told by Our Exchanges. -: I I The men were found not guiltyofthe buried in sand. When it shifts! to While the "ii;oving" portion ofIu'port Top oil
,n., ::\ resembles! a desert full of each n'''ai
___ ________________________ __ ___'J, crime at Starke. westerly, the pavement is again I I with a bi-
)I..II1IDCDJllIllWIlalWW.W.CDIUWIIUIKIIWWWmlUWlIoI.I I/YIWWWJIIWIWlllllW.WIIlW l>ma WWII I swept clean._ j I doddle holes, the "stationary" portion "I
1 1 after the sand dunes had sweet In the
ft 1 James Aiken, 12, and Clifford Kru One of the greatest events in the The northern portion of the village I built i CItJ'Q
on the road leading to Cedar Key, by I been leveled by the wjnd, looks pretty | of WRIGLEY
), o S !gcr, 14, both of Ocala, were drown I history of the Florida Everglades occurred is a level area of white sand. '! I
A T.
Thomas. The murder the brick
occul'rlngabout enough. It is built along
't ed in Knight's lake, twenty mile Tuesday, when the first drops This is", all that is left of a hitch ridgeof ( It satisfies
I
'f 7 o'clock in the morning!;* Immediately road, until the latter enters the the
south of here, Wednesday Report of water trickled through the St. Lucia sand mounds, or dunes, which, a sweet tooth
after the murder Thomas
p from tho lakq late tonight said their.j ) Canal from Lake Okcechoboci to few years ago, thought it was time" | marshes, when there are no buildings aids and
j caught a passing! car and came directto until "Wonclorwood" is reached dIgestion
j bodies have not yet been recovered the Atlantic Ocenn. This event marked for real estate to begin to move-and ,
.j I ( lironson where he* surrendered him- j i Wonderwood is well named, for it
the completion of ten years steady it moved. South of it was "Nigger I Pleasure and

Work has been begun on the $90- self to Sheriff Walker"i-t the same work on the parts of the dredges and town," and it went to conquer Africa. l i iI I has features unlike those of any otherlandscapes benefit combined.
y time confessing t* have murdered, O' It
to islot
I we are wont see.
COO being erected by I. W. This of the village now ,:
), : garage the expenditure of over $3,000,000.In portion presents
but sheriff
Steen would give the no tnose
in
I natural park, abimding
1, + Phillips & Sons at the corner of: for the near future, various types of an extremely curious sight. Lit SmdwWrap.. .
reason the act. )
Orange avenue and Jackson street, vessels! that require no more than 12 tle by little the winds carried the' forms landscape gardeners painful) sus 44.J

I Orlando. This is to a six-story structure feet of water, will be seen gliding I sand all over the place, sorrounding,] try to create elsewhere. Along theshore
in addition to the Roused by continued depredation ofthieves cabin until it looks like of the St. Johns are very high
providing garage now
I ) through the canal to the various port' every ,
office salesroom and !Itoll.roumfllcllitles : in new groves citrus growersof of the south. With the present widthof I a lot of enormous doodle holes with dunes, partly covered with vegetatfon -
the Lake :Magdalene: : section organized ( from which be seen the bil-
can
for this !strong( company. the canal boats may come and go a shack at the bottom of each. The b7 t
I :! a vigilance committee and offered I lows breaking with high spra.against .,
wonders the buildingsare
without that stranger why
any holdup occurs in the
reward of $100 for information
a
a Crown & Company, of Portland, small canals, and the time of ship- not overwhelmed by the sorround-, the jetties. The latter arclong
lending to arrest and conviction of
Me., peanut oil extractors on a large ments to the interior of South FlorIda ing walls of sand, which ''are often walls of stone, which confine the

'; 61 t ,! scale, paid $.tOOOOO for 3100!* acres persons stealing young trees from l will be greatly decreased.The higher than the structures. But it river to a narrow channel, which is
steady
a nerve
newly planted In recent accuracy i
1 in Palm Beuch county for intenfive groves. seems that eddies created by the crat scoured out deep by the tide currents!
To land him
ti months, it was stated humlreds of strength ol'
+ raising of peanuts. Tho internal m improvement er-like hollows the sand away They extend across the "bar" at the
y dollars worth of Ana trees have' 40,000 pound Rhyndon Typhus, sweep is made-, requires a cool h,
beard made the sale, after young known as a whale shark, caught; last from around the buildings, ]leavings' mouth, and they have caused the water -
the liko
of >
been stolen generalship! W">
from groves in that sec !
IP having rejected a previous offer. Saturday by Claude Nolan, of Jack- clean, tiny yards around them. i there to Ijccome deep enough tc callud for other .,
tion. in
any sp. H
1 a'A sonville, and party from Miami, wa .. The Telegraph's informer says, that !, admit all but the largest ships into other sport is like It. Th

South Jacksouvillo Is looking forward saved to science only after a two-hour one day when the wind was blowing !)! the river. Behind the dunes are ponds :. .. ,
ffI' "Butterflies by the millions, so stupendousiic. i
expectantly to the completion fight with a school of forty tiger a gale he Saw a tall, spectacled man und, creeks, and, a strange vegetationcovers :
the oldest salt
the I
d
thick that they covered the wind- on
1 r tit the trolley system, and no doubt sharks! while a tug; was .towing the on top of a sand mound, silhouotted the undulating ground. De- .
conceal his excitement f. ,
shield and the radiator and hud to bo ,
4'' when car service 4s established, which fish to Key West where the American against the darksome sky. From his! velopment is going on, and when completed -
wiped off time lifter time were en- ing nf a tarpon in this mm'
will]\ connect the place with Jacksonville :Museum: of Natural History of New gestures it was evident that he was this will be the finest pleasure
countered near Miami t-y a party of event experienced only l\
cc a grout/ many people who would, York will' save the monster for study asking for information from a personin ground: imaginable To the south is
live in these
St. Petersburg residents. The butter- parts.
prefer living on the south aide will and classification. Off Key Vucall' the hollow below; he was! probably the endless marsh, green or drab, interspersed -
f /IlieH, white and brown ones, filledthe Were the thrills of hurls"
permanently' locate in that attractive j". 1,. Mowbray ill charge of the towing a tourist from the North. Ills ques- with ponds! and creeks and
air and frequent stops had to bo pon generally known sport ,
) ) .t .place. the Rhyndon from Long Key to tions could not be heard by our infor- here and there a mysterious looking'
,t made to clean the windshield to which all over the country) wmi
d' t aay ships way, in Key West where it can mer in the roar of the wind, but the island of close growing 'cabbage pal-
stuck. fill this of the coast fo. '
tho insects Tho car was \ part
be taken from the water saw huge were distinctly audible, for mettos.JIayport
a answers
Hattie Lou Pullen, mno-year-uld
.
w d ed with them and for many miles : will in time become of all sports. It is mi mi"foi,
tiger shark coming through the wa- they came fronu npgress, whose ri
laughter, of Mr. and Mrs A. B. pul- : (
r, along the cast coast the party ran tarpon do not bite hook and
r favorable location. At its end is
west
ter. Two others appeared and in n lungs had been made strong by shouting -
]len, living on Maxlmo Rdad near StPetersburg ,
through" clouds! ; of the butterflies.Mr. Those who have tried 'but
the head of the East Coast Canal
was accidentally shot and few minutes the seas were alive with over and through the annul dunes Ship ,
you that the lilly iron .uff''
them Mr. Mowbray said. The crew for lo these : and the an inland, water route reaching
killed, by Mallie :Melvin: 18, who wad many years
J. Baucom, living southwestof !sport! than does the rod and
all the to :Miami. The view in
.. demonstrating to the child's mother of the tug; Liberty, towing the monster crater in which she was' standing acted way
Wuuchula, is beginning to wonder should capitalize this sport .
direction is charming the air
fish! battled for two hours with as a gigantic megaphone. Our every
.how the a .32 calibre revolver,
gun whether he is raising game; chickenor the many attractions/ of tin,
fresh and, the water good. the river
f would shoot. The bullet which killed the sharks, using: blunted harpoons reporter took down the answers, and Up -
or"
.
lie has bunch fine
New Port I'r.KESOLtrilON
quail a spot.- Richey
s three four miles the historic St.
the title girl narrowly missed a baby and long poles with sharp iron fast- we reproduce them, as they throw a or
chickens and thu other while
+
i day -- ----- -- --
she was holding In her arms. looking( for their Meat and some dis- cned to the. ends. The sharks! in a great deal of \light upon a very singular Johns Bluff is in plain sight. May- :' PASSED inLEAfit'E Ih,
will become the last link in the
hi tt frenzy leaped at the fish, slid over existence: port
I tance from the house he run acrossa > ; : : OF CHGSIKi:
its huge back and ran into the tug us I! Why, Mess. your soul, honey this six-mile chain of pleasure resorts he-
Florida led all the states in the rest with eight quail eggs and aboutas CEI'TtRCI.l'11; : )
they fought among themselves for the house ain't afire. What looks like 1 ginning: / at Pablo Beach There is
P' 1 fourth corps area of the United chicken and now the
many eggs,
i fish. smoke is the sand flying about. No, plenty of high ground, for residences
States army in lillling( its quota of)( question bothering him is whose neatis : and enough of sand for filling the low Whereas, There have '':
windows )
It is!' not a I wash the
candidates for the citizens military it. Is tho quail laying with the henor sponge! broken homes" more crane,
i MULLET, MOUNDS .\NI U :MUTATION'S with; it is a piece of porpoise hide ground for factory sites. The place
training camps' to be held in July. According the hen laylnwith\: the quail| ? by drinking than fromcause ,"'
is! well worth and if
a seeing,
the you
i' : It I is! greasy and grease, keeps
t ,. I t' to information given. Florida I t the glass from being cut through by possess a sense of humor (which is and \ .
t with 354 acceptable candidates exti'tdc'd William T. Angel, 43, of Orlando Whereas: We believe th .
'y'' No I have to nil\ most of us possess) you will see
(For The Telegraph) sand. Visiting; ? stay
/ I
?9 1 h l its quota of 215; by IOU' men. nnd Jacksonville, a deputy supervisorof tion, if rightly enforced i i
things, to because
t f : I home. :My( sister lives in the next many : amuse you, .
J 'All of the atates started securing the Loyal Order of the Moose, with of the greatest safeguards to,
e the conditions of life encountered
Johns house bu haven't each other
mouth St.
Near the of the we seen
I} If: i candidates for thu camps on e'lulII' basJllamcs temporary offices in Jacksonville, I here. But and! to the youth of our liu' '
is this
) *. I river on the south side, lies the village for five years; we are too old to climb especially a paradise -
*
,. died, of acute dilation of the; hear;; late fore be itResolved
for fishermen fish of
j all kinds
of l\Ia'l'ort. The inhabitants' the hills; but we talk to each other as' :
Sunday while being rescued( fromdrowning That we, thev> i.
are a few+white people who live by all the time. Oh, yes we get all the are foundin plenty, and it is no
> Sands negro regained" con- / by life savers, at Pablo trouble to get boats and guides and the Civic League of the Net:;
children
fishing! guiding fishing parties or wood we want. The pick up
sciouness I 9) o'clock Bench. Two women and two men, Club of Chester do stand -"
at Tuesday morning tackle. Even and sharksare
I and shore 'and whenwe porpoises
,
a keeping( stores and restaurants, drift wood I on the .
r / following" a severe flogging( on their identity unknown, were in tnesupervisor's found and Starke for the Eighteenth Amendn
the light house tender and his family want coal we get it.ltow do we get once a man
1 Atlantic Beach near Palm Beach by party and! narrowly escaped (A. :M. Darby) caught 6-foot its enforcement, and we wish .
and a few people in the employof it? Why, honey, you' sho' haven't traveled : a tarpon -
of unknown The being drllw ("I. Their .rescue to see it repealed.,
a party persons. here. :Numerous birds' also ,
would know sea are
the branch of the F. E. C. railway, much, or you more.
'negro was apprehended at his home with Angel was spectacular and, Kt'l'n. including the aldermannlc
Rjr. t that runs to Mayport from Jacksonville You see, this colored settlement owns
and driven to the ocean beach, where thousands of persons lined the boardwalk pelican who lives
from \living a tranquil life
via Pablo Bparh. Then there IL dog! that we got an injun -
the t /flogging was administered. :Sand:; l and, pier to BOO the ve broughtto are a good many negroes who fish in the marsh on the other side. enough, except when he commits the The RlfTereneo.
desire 4o leave the country "hore, by the guards \ A genius eon no more help ; expressed a mistake of
flying
and do odd jobs. The place is one This dOll dosen't hark but howls fit across a point of '
"f genius thou a cn:.' man canIng
\ soon as he is able. When the ThreeViends and, for then he is immediately beset v
for -
r I of the most curious in Florida, to make you crazy. crtt7.It; Just happens fli' n
Material Is being collected by the
by the alert who make
other boat that ever crows
several reasons or any tug the I gi-u" MI ones!! \\ hilt hi ('I' t
A jury in the circuit court awarded Tampa Dock company at its plant at him fish. .
disgorge Of
the pelican it
i' The St. Johns river was discovered burns coal, comes along, the children smart r rig I u. : $1KK( ) damages to II. R. Kaufman Seventeenth street and First avenue I has been said s ,, ... .
? j u In 15t>2, by a Frenchman by name of take the dog down to the river and hu : I !'! "
in his action the;! of Tal for work latest for''
against city its contract
on ,
;
howls. Them
first
v the water and
Jean Ribaut. It happened on gees into the "A queer old bird is the pelican,

lr lahassee. The action grew out of rebuilding freight curs for the Seaboard of May, ant the river was therefore tug boaters get mad they throw. a His bill holds more than his belly can;

personal injuries which Kaufman sustained I Air Line railway it was announced named May river, and from this circumstance bushel or two of coal at the dog. Then can;

hi i when hu was struck by u trailer Wednesday. The company the village in questionwas when the tide gets; low the children lie can hold in his beak

attached to a firetruck of the city has been! rebuilding cars for the railroad His I' the dog
probably named! :Mayport. pick the coal up. We ue by Fish enough for a wl'ek-

'i while he was standing on the side- for the past year or so. Their 'tory says that Ribaut erected a turns. And I don't see how in hel'lican." e 1W"e
walk at one of the principal street contracts said to have called for yet
are "stone bearing the arms of France "Oh, it's easy to live here. Wgcatch ---- -

i' }. intersections. between $200,000: and $300,000 worth near the mouth of ,the rive r, to inform ( all the mullet we want with SOME( lUlU<: SI'OKT

f # ;; -- of work. The latest contract calls for nll. concerned that this was cast nets and traps in the river or

j a For no apparent cause whatever\ tOo cars at an estimated cost to rebuild French territory; but history is silent the creekthen we catch crabs and New' Port Richey has a sport that

I ; Henry L. O'Steen, of Chiefland wag of $50,000.ilannibnl! as to where the "stone" was procured, shrimps and cooters. The kids pickup is unique! and if properly exploited

,;t shot down in cold blood on Monday IM there is no such thing,: within a bushels' of donax and sell them at should result in bringing to this place

b .o morning last, II miles from Chiefland J. Demesd, Wl"lUy.b; : hundred miles. The marker was a high price. The men folks work the nation's sportsmen.

Ni i' an Planter was credited in supremo probably a stake with a board nailed here and, there and we women wash Tarpon do their feeding in deep Water -

+ t3ot. al.a2ata&at a 1 court with having been. the first man to it, and the lettering( done in coal low do we dry the clothes? we : and on acnunt of the comparatively Lenses

01 1 literally to fly from his ceridtors in tar.' Since then Mayport has been discovered stretch a line from one hill to another shallow water oif this! coast Grind Our Own

I New York. Applying for an ordei} lots of times by men who like and, anchor the emU with .sand bags they do not feed here though thousands NO-DELAY r.Gainesville.
"
t! Inactive to hold Demsea in contempt of court to fish.. The place is very picturesquely It won't do to let'em hang; too long! are seen on* shore near the '''

Henry Bust counsel for John C. lIor- situated with the river in front for then the sand! cuts holes into'em. mouth of the river every year. They Fionas 1'0,

; .... .. t'r. who holds an :$18,302: judgment" and a bayou and a limitless salt Oh, it's pleasant to live hereVe are working their way up the coast, \

\ Gi liver ;' against the Cuban declared! Demean marsh in' the rear. The deep water have m skc'fters and it is never dark and consequently, will not bite a baited J. L. SIMMONS: :\ :

N 1... .. had left the city by airplane, flying channel runs so close into' shore. that nt nights. When the wind blows hard hook( as they do further! down, the PLl'MBEU AND; ELECTUH AI f':

C "1 have had trouble with home by the way of Key West. At when one of the big Clyde ships", come the grains of sand hitting) each other const. This failure to bite a hook has CONTRACTOR '

's 'i; .:a an Inactive liver," wrote Mrs. ; I that time, Host said, Demesa was under along one is in momentary expectation produce the sparks, and this, reflectd resulted in a unique and exciting ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY: (tilt; "' '
.
ti's/ .. S. Nichols, of 4112 Spencer subut[ 'ont to appear for examination that she will get stuck in the against/ the white sand, together method of taking the silver king" by Telephone 133-J !
I II
,t 1 f CD a St., Houston, Texas. "When for judgment) Judges) issued an mud. But soon the channel turns! due I with the light from the lighthouse using what is known as the iron ]Idly STARKE FLA. t

\ .I .a I would get constipated, I would Mj' I order but it was said! Demesacould! north, then east again. It is as"' lakes it light enough. It is a /good which, is a sort of a harpoon, on the

CSI feel a Hunt, dizzy feeling in my .. i not he arrested unless he journeyedback crooked as a p llticlan's history. Place for raising( children for here end a pole. The lilly iron has a .To Stop a Cough Quick

l w head. To get up in the morning P to New York. As thu light house) keeper !sleeps! in are no trees to climb in anti get their strong line fastened to it and when take HAYES' HEALING MONEY.11 e II.

I .' C with a lightness in the head and rfIo daytime, and the business:!1 men have necks broken, and when they get the the harpoon is thrown the lilly iron tough: medicine which stops the cough uci W '
I beating the inflamed and irritated ti"
.: a trembly feeling! is often a sign .arl .. Apopka, fenc-ries in the northern very little to do, the only sign of life colic, all we have to do is to drive enters the tarpon; the pole falls ,'IellrIln,1 A box of GROVE'S o-pE.'I/Tk.ry i

l I thai the stomach is oat 01 order. ., section of Orange county !haul; the I II is about the ragged! piers and boat' them to the top of the hill, then making when the tarpon makes a dash SALVE for Cheat Colda. Head Col'' ** "

f For this I took Thctiforii'i I I best> month to date In April. One I sheds. Those who do, not mend boats, theyi\ roll down it, and] the colicIs for liberty, the pull of the line causes Croup Is enclosed with every bolt

X .s Black-Draught, and without a I I4n grower alone, the Walter P. :Newell' or IIprea out fishing tackle to dry, gone. We never have to sweep the the prong near the point of the sharp HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The

a ;i doubt can say I have never o I Company, shipped 142,371: plants to or cut up drift wood, are sure to tell yards and carry away slops and rubbish lilly iron to open up T shape in the of should children be rubbed suffering on from the chest a Cold and or O u a

.a found its equal: in any liver r northern markets. The packing, of fish yarns, or to catch mullet! with the wind sweeps and avers up.Ml flesh, acting much in the same manner The heeiingeffmt or Haves' Hrellnrt Horn.. -

C medicine. It not only cleans hO these! plants 1 for market required the cast nets or to fish for crabs. The that bothers us, is the fear that as a hook, the prong opening wider Ida the throat combined with the healloK'c.rovo '

a t. r.. the liver, but leaves you In such .rQ I services of twenty-eight people. One dogs feast on mullet heads and the eventually the sand hills will blow and holding faster the harder the skin 9 O-Pco-Trate MXIQ stops a couKti.Salve l through the iftba

I a good condition. I have used .fr thousand crates were used u half ton crows' on mullet entrails. Some dogs away from use and leave us!' without tarpon pulls. About 200 yards of : .Both t of! the remedies are pack" 10 one tattoo aD'' Mo
combined ueaunentie95n. .
.t ",;' it a long time, when food does of oiled papt'rI O bags of moss and, are even named Mullet, and a cot ortectlon.. line are used to play the fish, and Just ask your druggist for(I HAYES b

-... not seem to set well, or the .&. 15: pounds of rubber bands. There tage bears the somewhat incongrousA "No, sir, I never pay any taxes. when hit in certain spots the hurt isso HEALING HONEY.; "

: stomach is a little sour." n I tire at present 32 ferneries in and When the collector comes around Iask slight that the tarpon puts up .a

,1 I I +t IIr i I around Apopka and Zrllwood and TONIC him what lot he wants me to pay terrific/ battle for liberty. Ts4

,' 1 1.1< If It Irinrt LyF there are not enough ferns here to drove's Tasteles chili Tonic let-corrs' for, and he tells me. Then I tell him This style of fishing is done almost COFFINS & K

I} till orders> that are booked for May( I Energy and Vitality by Purifyln and hut's the lot I use to live on, before entirely at night In order to of

!': &&f l hed&rd'S and June. This is .becoming one of Enriching the Blood. When you feel its the wind blew this house away from see the wake of the big /fish. The And a Fall Lin.
U ecutgAeie' SufF1"
Q ill) Orange" rountys' best industries. strengthening invigorating effect see how it and I aint jrotng to pay taxes on. water is phosphorescent and the darker -

It isn r t I It brings color to the cheek and how other people's property. I ask him to the night the better the fish can AUTOMOBILE HEARSE I

n Arthur Johnson, the negro ho shot It improves the appetite you will then look on his map and see if that ain't I be located.: Once a tarpon Is sighted, Always on haD" Th* best Nr

and! killed F. L. Cross, a young white aPpreciate its true tonic value. lO. ',"1.1he\ unfolds his map, and it : the operator of the boat gives chase, ties at the lowest ,rlee.. Special

djBLACKDRAUGHTjij; i man on South Virginia avenue in Groves Tasteless chill Tonic is simply. blows' away from him. After he has I while the man with the lilly Iron attention to telegraph .r-

February of this year was found Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So chAsed it all over these sand hills he plants himself on the bow of the boat ... RKinrnl Embalm"! I
A l j Liver Medicine.\ I pleasant even children like It. The blurt
r !guilty of first degree murder at i doesn't feel like coming to argue. If and makes the strike as soon as he
i needs QUININE: : to Purify it and IRON: to
*
<<1 P9f; Gainesville in the circuit court and I Enrich it. Destroy Malarial! germ! ant he does, I don't answer when he call, gets within reach. DeWITT C. JONES
sentenced to be hanged. It will be I and he's not coming down here to To hit a
tarpon at
.V. .V.. Gulp germs by Its Strengthening IDv' U'I night with your I STARKE. FLA )
I remembered that Johnson was the I unit Effect. OOu.: look for me,.too hard work to get up I boat running at full\ speed call for d
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/ JUNE 22 192J. I
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PACK THREE
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Ifr ---r I No c true trotor corn plant will 1 .. ,' ._ .. ,
.. .. that. doj' BIll '.' .. ,, ,r ". "... '.....rr.' ''. -"- ....- -.. .... :. '.d".. ".." ....r.'" "......_ _.. ._. ...,".,"... '... .n ""., lIB I
..... -... Still the citrus or coin growcrsays !
"I don't; want vvlu-t beans in I ) ii;
; my corn: or senor'' :, iin' t.tes. II.\ .. 'II '
With ,
Bradford '
foolish.. f4 f4j'
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a County Farmers COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS. I ),.,, iila).
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I :
Levy-Wo have shipped this week 110

d .: ......_---_.._-_.-.....__....... ......._.i 403 cars of cucumbers, 11 of watermelons '
I 9 of beans (which brought "

n i.==- $1.:5 a hamper)' 8 of cantaloupes, '

PAYS COST DAlltYIVG and 2 of tomatoes.WaltonSpent .
,? fcNTS SAFE BUSINESS .
e I KEEPING COW ONE DAY FOR 1.0IU8ItlIm) : i lit. .y W
$.\\ S FARM SPECIALIST; the week assisting! '
a does it cost to Keep a dairy farmers in appl'lnthe/ (Florida me- '
,lIt? This question is fre- From almost thod of boll weevil control. Good 1. *
every section of the
I t ,"!ked. Prof. John M. Scott I South there is shown a greater rowing work was done.ColumbiaEfrorta. 1 I Iu I" '
,
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,- Florida Experiment Station
ni interest in
dairying.
ra '"?.'n asked it. He answers as enactment of tick The recent put forth this 1 1T'he
a eradication law
week to control the boll weevil will
by t> the Florida
1 legislature was, no be successful, I believe, but maximum .
UUDC of the varying opinions doubt, influenced by this growing In- 1i
1 results can not be expected because of
how much feed a cow should, terest.
bad weather. I II
"I t is difficult to answer this There is not a section of the United !_ i
'..in., altho 50 cents may be taken States where dairying has been suc-
: i I i'' wasteful/ to feed more than been l made in every respect according week in demonstrating the (Florida ,

,tlounds' of grain a day, while to A. P. Spencer vicepresidtmt of the method for weevil control.

,', nreful feeders do not hesitate Florida Agricultural Extension Division -
12, or 11 or more pounds of Lake-The Montverde Ferndale e I
growers! association received this, its
1, i day. "Dairying is a productive
industryand first season enough commission re-
Idv'. much to feed depends on scv- makes farming/ safe and there is bates-which individual shippers Telegraph
i actors: 1. The cow's ability to no place in the United States where would have been required to puy its
,i "und utilize feed for milk pro- this principle should be so carefully entire operating expenses for the
I, ,n 2. The amount of milk she considered, alt in Florida," Professor year. This I is: only one of the many
i produce 3. The cost of the feed Spencer says."Thirty advantages of the association.
miparison with the value of the days ago the state had the J'

11) <'k produced. best prospects for a bumper water- Brevard-The county commissioners I t t
Slime cows can digest; only a small melon crop it has had in years. But have instructed me to plant shrubs 1
t ,unt of feed. If any more than heavy rains destroyed this crop in I and trees around the courthouse and I

'M I' amount is given, their digestion many places. While it is not meant along two miles of roadway in each .
upset and may be out of condition that we should discontinue growing commissioner's district. I
fug several days. This results in a watermelons, we are nevertheless reminded al alI
il''ull',1, decrease of milk. Other cows again of the need for some Suwannee-The Florida method will I ald

ilia i; eat and digesCJmuch and produce staple lines of farming in every com he used on !00) 1-2 per cent of the cot-
ittu And still\ others may consume munity. ton acreage treated for boll weevil ,

mute and produce much. "With a growing population, better control in this county. I t
'The best way determine how transportation facilities some pro- Is of the necessaries '}
uih to feed is to first find out how gress in tick eradication work and Okaloosa-Visited 53 farmers, delivered one

moth milk the cow will produce, and some very definite experimental workat calcium arsenate to, 32 club of life for Bradford I '
'lien feed accordingly. That is, a the Florida Experiment Station members to poison the boll weevil on ;

three -gallon; cow should l be given; there is every reason to believe that on their acre of cotton, and gave 31 County people and that .t
DOM feed than a two-gallon one. the livestock owners of this state have boll weevil demonstrations this week. I ( ;
The largest amount of feed should more to look forward to than I
they re- this fact is becoming more a
in, given; when the cow I if givng; ; the alize. Flagler-The local potato( growers

it milk, As the milk flow de- "There are but few farms, especially association closed its first season in and more recognized all r
uses, decrease the feed. When the in the northern !counties that splendid shape. Although yield was

,>iw is dry, if pasture is good, the could not keep a few dairy cows to cut half by frost, the' membership the time is seen by the
'Veil
,. third. on every farm-is the basis of the industry will be increased next suuson. number of new subscribers .
To determine the annual cost in in every section where dairy-
Collars and cents for keeping a dairy ing has been successful. Taylor-In spite of bad weather we constantly added to t four

'Iw. estimate the daily grain; feed at "Some areas of southern Georgia; have 15 fields: safe-from the boll wee ,
li, toll pounds for 285:; days; at S are in a more prosperous conditionat > vil and the bolls and squares picked list. Join the proces-

rounds for the next 35 days; and at 4 this time than ever before, in spiteof from 25 more fields.HilI8borouJhStrawberry. : "
i-iunds, : for the rest of the year, or 40 boll weevil. .And. that pro- sion, and find out what j 4
days This estimate will give some- pc rous condition Is duo to the fact growers

'hing less than 4000 pounds. that the farmers/ have undertaken to are beginning/ set plants, preparingfor U is going on at home ,
'In addition to the grain, roughage! and have made dairying a success another record-breaking season.
old be fed. Silage! good legume! The dairying/ has, in turn, made the --a and abroad
11ur some soiling crop are excel- farmers prosperoui." &anta Rosa-Demonstrated Florida
method of boll weevil control to five ,
it Figuring/ on the basis: of the 4lil
w eating 10 pounds: of hay a day RURALCOMMON; SENSE mv-acre plots this week. Many of

role on pasture, and 20 pounds a our farmers are applying this method. I y I'
un while not on pasture, it takes (By !Spuds' Johnnon. )
shout' two tons of hay a year. By (FOURTEEN: STANDARD) r ,
nding out the cost of grain; and hay, !Mr. l'lemilllC-the man who gathers FERTILIZERS FOR FLA. % .
ne can determine readily the exact and compiles Florida's farm figures '
,st of keeping a cow a year. -has just sent me a copy of his All crops needs for added plant food ?
"For some this coat will seem large "Florida Crop Report for June." It are met by the fourteen standard fertilizer 1
remembered is so interesting I am going to write mixtures being recommendedby "'
u first But it should be Only $2.00 Per Year ... C
hat milk, cream, butter, buttermilk some comments about it the Florida Experiment StationIn ,
He "there is little reason to discussing the standard fertili-
ml other milk products /are; supplied says;
"' the owner's family practicallyery doubt but that production in 1023-21\ zers, Ir.) Ruprecht gays that every $1.00 for Six Months '
I
day in the year. This cost, ex- will break al 1 previous records." farmer should insist upon these for- I II
i ,pting for the labor, is about 40 or speaking of citrus. By golly I been varius crops of the .xtate. in advance
! ii cents a day. If the cost: of the saying we have the greatest citrus The various formutas are mentioned, ,
milk, bought outright/ is figured, it section in the world. Better and better below according to the various. crops \ a
i would seem that it pays to keep a every year. Last year we shipped for which generally recommended: 1
ow" about fifteen million boxes and this For general field crops, such as e

year I bet we ship 18000000. California corn, cotton and peanuts, use the I
Cold; Cause urip and Influenza watch out for your production 393. (The first figure stand for the I

LAXATIVE BROMO OUMME" TibleU remove itiMUM. laurels; Florida's coming. percentage; of ammonia in the mixture .
There U only one "?- r. W GROVE'S c'O"' ."..* Oil to- :!In.Habitual in Febraury about the Irish potato arid, and the third for potash.) '

crop some saying that nut more than For sweet potatoes, use the 4-8-4.
Cured
Cormlpanon 10 per cent of a crop would be har- For general; truck crops, particularly '
In 14 to 31 Days Address all'letters and remittances to
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- vested. The report says this crop is watermelons, cantaloupes and
prepnredSyrupTonic-Laxa'.ive for Habitua 70 per cent as great as that of last Irish potatoes, use either the 5-7-5::; .
"onatipition. It relieves promptly but year with 6,000 acres less planted, or the 5-H-5. "
I .uould' indnceregular, be taken regularly action.! It for Stimulate 14 to 21 diysM and and even better than that of the year Celerylettuce and cabbage/ would Bradford County TelegraphStarke 1''.

l H-"ulate Very Pleasant wTaki.* 6IX. before. take the 555. r
Her Tomatoes ruined? Nonsense! The Peas, bean: young/ pecan trot, citrus 1
Florida 'ltIl
East Cast shipped nearly as many nursery stock would take 4-8-3, ,
bottle.ASPIRIN .
.
this year as last and the central alto young grove trees for then
counties shipped even more. The same spring! application.

thing is true of watermelons. This For sweet potatoes, Irish: potatoes, 1 t f wt
'
and Insist! talk of "We're on the way to the devil tomatoes, sugar cane, bearing pecans
Say "Bayer"
and the bow-wows" is bow-wow reaches and the home vegetable gur-
i tommy-rot. With our climate and den, use the 4-8-6.
..
soil our state is the best trucking; For general truck crop! tr; cabb ife
area in the world. Too many of us or clay soils, the 6-7-3 sh>ull be It
forget that other state and sections found suitable. F )

have worse troubles than we ever If the land is poor, use the 0-0-4 1
Q heard of. on general truck crops and abha; e. I '
The report reads, "Early conditionof If the soil is high/ in emir ? :...uttcr -
pecans Is !00 per cent of normal, use the 3-8 for tome! "+i, alT

,. the highest figure in years with pro- f:. II i rt
mise of a heavy crop" I was in the On avenge land bearing citrus calls
northern counties a few weeks ago/ for either the 38.8 or. the 3-8-10 for ;

and I am here to tell you that this fall and winter applications. .
pecan business of Florida la worth If the land is rich hammock, bearing -
"Bayer" on i setting and thinking about. Whenwe citrus needs the 2810.
Unless' you ens the name up
puage: or on tabteU y>'" are not getting really take this crop sriously, it The 4-8-8 is all right for citrus in
the genuine Bayer product pre will step right up in the front rank of spring. It is also a good tomato fer
twwitytwoyou
unhurt by over
and prove ....fe by million- for our industries. tilizer.
Headache But I was really disappointed- 1
Toothache blue Lumbago regards the report of velvet beans, a
Earache Rheumatism. crop we ought to grow by the thou- 'Athroli 41 41a
Neuralgia Pain, Pain sands of acres. My opinion La that,
Accept "Bayer Tablet of AipWn- considering our conditions, no crop 1x18 i headache?

only. Each unbroken ifandyhex plleka] cont&lft't..- 'of' we can grow would be worth mom to MENTHOLATUM ..
proper directions cpntDnllf' dollar for dollar. It is not only a
twelve gi Rta also UMeU sell cost bottl-few of 24 and. 1'1'1.') us great, feed crop for livestock, but It quickly soothe it

Aspirin. ill the trail mark of fl 4y..r collects great quantities of nitrogen
Manufacture of Mwnoacetleaol'1': '''.*** orSalicyHaadd. from the air and rives it to the land. -

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!H l I" rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JUNE 22 i I'I.f (.. (.
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f: ''in, the pistons- and to the finish on I CIVIC WELFARECivic r Vthe cause of tree conservation- is FOR SALE-Missio'nary and Klondyke -

Bradford County Telegraph certain parts which have resulted in striking 1 a blow aj thesupremacy ofineets. Strawberry plants, any quantity

'I ____, .-, -,- "omew hat smoother operation altho i I I ,| Trees are the homes of birds I ;growing on new land, form fresh
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t the power plant as we found it was i I Ject. ':''and birds are enemies of insect life. plants, read"' .:ul.\' 1st.'If Intere t"1

Published 'kly and entered as exceptionally fyiiooth in its perfor I' certain evils 'that corrupt) the morals ''No Trees-no birds; and no birds write J.1.. Truby, Starko: 0-22 10-20:

iiecond class materat. the post mance. 'I of the people It includes the workof I would mean a human catastrophe. Insects Geo. E. Andreu and family of Dins- 14y t/ fI

office at Starke, Florida. Bodies have com in for a great churches, schools, lodges, social t if unmolested, could make this
-==_ O'.0 ;mount of attention and at the present r societies and recreation grounds. The I world a desert. Every kind of vegej more, have been visiting relatives, in I 'C,

F.. S. MATTHEWS Editor and Owner rime we have n man inspecting! I growth of certain industries comes j' tation and domestic animal that man this section.

''l 1 the various! body plants buijdingbody under this subject and also the arch requires is a prey to insects. There f me

i" equipment!; for the Lincoln. In all itecture of the prominent buildings.The I are more than 300,000 known species lyfEKESTIXf! SERMON SERIES to R )

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION ( plants which are doing work for us i I[ paving of the streets, the condi- 1 of insect and new ones are continu- I larye

t ... 'wc will have permanent inspectors tion of the sidewalks, the sewage and ally being found. There are only The following series of sermons are
RATE. I to watch every detail of finish as the j general sanitation all may be included. I, 1000 kinds of birds in this country to be preached in the Baptist church,

'bodies are completed. i | It stands for betterment mater- i and some are rapidly being destroyedby be ginning on Sunday morning next.

Pel' Year uu______________$2.00 i I' "The usual owner of a quality car ially, socially, morally and, artistlcallj I, unscrupulous hunters and the loss "Puro Religion."

I j has come to expect satisfactory mechanical l I of natural breeding places. It is said June 21-Its Holding Power.

r Bradford county feels special) interest ;' performirnce. In fact very We want a city that will be pleasingto I that bird life has decreased 75 percent July 1-Its Revealing Power.
Practical Power.
, of Mr. Truman '1 few ever ask about the power plant. the' t>e. Just. as a merchant should in the last 60 years and that July R-Its
in the appointment I Power.
for But they are extremely critical about mabe his store and goods attractive, i many species of migratory birds have July M; -Its Sanctifying
: B. Futch to the state attorney one I Vital Power.I'IfOlillli't'ION .
I i of the new circuits created by the late 'the appearance of the bodies and the 'HO the passing stranger should be at- been exterminated." Bird: and trees July 22-Its

1 legislature. Mr. Futih is a native off 1 condition of the interior fittings tracted by' the general appearance of I I are inseparable. A great wave of OF IMMEISCRABLE -

j .f this county and when he was admitted -,1 "In our inspection! of bodies we have the town. Especially is this true in i( interest in both is being brought before N : BENEFIT

I': I "( to the bar began the practice oft 'set the most exacting stnndurtln! in I Florida where various cities vie with' '.our people. Arbor Day has ,

Later he moved to Lees. fact standards which I personally bee each other to induce tourists to lo- come to mean much more than to
law here. Real Estate Ut'ull'r'lChl'lItl'r ,,
burg:, where he enjoys the reputation lieve are higher than have ever before cate. Many of these people come from plant a tree or two on our lawn or Charles Palmer, i t a

I of being an able lawer and an upright, | been set in the inspection of old settled communities, with their along the street. The future destinyof !

useful citl en. lIe was one of Jakecounty's ; bodies. Thes: e relate to l IH, finish I shade trees, lawns, and flowers, and American agriculture is bound up has been !
in the legislature strength, comfort and every detail of they expect the same here. If we do in the question of conserving our forests I believe that prohibition

a t for representatives several! terms\ and made equipment' and construction. ... not provide them we cannot expect and our bird life. No nation in of immeasurable benefit to the people I FOR SALE BYJ.

t an enviable reputation as a legislator. "Naturally: our full attention to the I them to remain with us. the world that destroyed either ever of the United States, releasing them sal. I W. ANDREWS. Jr ..

His recent appointment by Gov. elements) of quality must restrict!!! the After leaving the north on a raw : survived. A final day of reckoning is from the oppression of the open evil'' Sl.rko, Fl.
of the Lincoln November few ;I unless there is effective oon and from the influence of .
Hardee is pleasing to his large circleof quantity production at day a years ago, surely coming some I -
Bradford county friends, who are the present time. Ultimately qualitywill arrived in Starke and was much im- move toward protecting the which accompany the open saloon. "So Worms in a near .
I become the countless which has These benefits apply to every con AM' children trouWnl with Wimi.j
know that his worth has u natural thing, automatically pressed by evergreen tree as blessings nature
ed
gratifl to h.aiiliy i rukir., which Indkws l '<
el achieved well the sunshine. A house in the form of bird and dition of life, and include economy, ; IHKT L
been thus recognized. us developments in as maybe given!: us ruin I tin, H> is 'i : 1 s* 'i,
manufacturing are'made to keep pace ever so costly and attractive, butit trees. morals and the mental, physical anud GROVES:: TASTELESS CHILL WI! <
t with the demands of quality and these is cold and bleak without shade If I may be personal, V once lived ppirltul development of the people aswhol (larly for two or three weeks wl'! torimprovothedlUeBtlon.aadoctaanBi ,
'
' Governor Hnrdee is strong on mUk- I'lopments will com in the proper trees. The following/ has been printed where at first there were but few a *. From my observation i rnlna Tnnlcto the whole system Nor) ,
ing good appointments He made an i believe they apply locally to the city throw offer dispel l the wormn.and" c I .
/ in number
\\ when course of events. At that time we will a of newspapers: trees. I went to the woods and got la perfect health. Pleasant?,_.o,.'.'.. '
other good 1 one a few days ago of Chester.
trees of different kind,
slowly increase the rate at which we Trees add value to property. as many forest ---
I,* he appofnledllnn. J. II. Harvell as- are huildinuthese cars. But the vigilance Trees protect pavements from the as r could find place for. I set out IJ' -- ..' : '.,, "' ;'

sistant superintendent, of the hospital of inspection!! will never he lowered. hot sun. many fruit trees and flowering shrubs PROHIBITION SHOULD BE SUSTAINED reea'reevitulltrow. i > r,' I.y! v-urlfytuu 1,11

?,* at Chnttachoochec. Captain Harvell Trees cool the air in summer and and when we deft there were beds of = FOR YOUTH'S! SAKE rlchlpii the blood.. Yo"". ,J.o toes "San j..
has served as a member of the legislature : mina viuuraUail C 'Men'' Wn
flowers boxes And beautiful
"In many ways the Lincoln, nt radiate warmth in winter. porch a .
so often that even his best the present time, given the car owner Trees provide homes for thousands lawn. The robin came and built her Raymond Walters Dean Swurthmore more because ntfefeform wa t 'n"',-( d

,'; friends cannot tell just how many Rosa service value which he l is not expecting of blr s' and help man in his fight nest, the house Wren chattered and, College Swarthmore There is interest in the fact ih.i'u

times he has represented Santa : and almost without' fail, we get against the injurious insects. the !song! spnrow sang fur us. It just ----J drinking abuses due to the MI" tj
: county without running back over the !statements! from owners telling us Trees provide homes for many* animals ;- made life more livable. And what is Drinking has never been n problem reaction against the umendmi ut i Lnenot ,
a events of the past twenty years, and Swarthmore College. The traditions -
at
life worth without just such associations crept
in here.
that they are really surprised, at what that are useful to men and food
b he has always been looked on as one of the college have always bl'enoppose.1
the car loos. and clothing. ? tiime wise man has said, "lIe I Personally, I am a firm bah, -r
of the solid, capable men in every assembly "In our consideration of qualitywe Trees help man in his fight for who makes two blades of grass grow to i't and our men students in the wisdom and value of the 'iniitn.

,R that he has served with, and naturally turn to the! thoughts!! of better sanitation. where only one grew before is a pub have for many years observed these dment. These people who lull\ nbuut

justly so, for he Is just that. 'thet ; I service.: One difficulty encounteredby Trees help to- keep the air pure forman lic benefactor.:' We all can be just' traditions.most faithfully personal liberty may be honest }l.j: f

+ ; Telegraph thinks the governor mifeht the owner of quality cars is the and the lower animals. such benefactors If we will. I The passage of the Eighteenth they had,experience in the tduint(' ':
have looked the entire state'over and I(I therefore
Amendment has not
fi Mq luck of service possibilities in any, Trl'e9suPPIY a large/ purt of all In the story of the creation, "God of youth they would realize how kliia''!
i not have found, a better man for this but the larger cities. We are utilizIng I the fuels In the world. said, behold I have given every herb I' brought about any reform ut Swarth- that issue is compared with \n\ > ',,ir-
than J, II. Harvell. I '
appointment our Ford, organization to nyer Treesgive us 'wood and wood provides which is upon the face of the earth every thing that creepeth upon the ger issue of the good of our ,<,',' i

coma this situation as it relates to I us with building material, fur- antI l every tree yielding: seed: and to I earth I han given every green herb men and women.
QUALITY
e 'ID RULE: LINCOLN: :
the mionr elements of service which niture, implements, utensils, tools 'for meat." No wonder the saints of

t; .'tWlIl'CTIO develop in the operation of any car and other useful things In great var- i old in a sublime!' chant sang, "0 all ye Only One Guess

'; --- "Schools for dealers Jre being iety. / green things; upon the earth, bless ye A New York judge nays thnt wh_
It: You May\ former remarked maintained at the branches of the Trees provide one of the most strffv- rENT-A-WORD the Lord: praise him, and magnify S wife take money from 'i" "r no-

Edsel II.-Ford pren. of the Ford :Motor Ford, :Motor Co., in all parts'of the ing permanent forms of beauty. tint fiirevcy." I band's pocket) he In entitled "i 30per

'. ''f Co., in an interview given out in country and at these schools dealer Trees improve'the climate and conserve I Tin- paper was read at the meetingof but cent wiiiir druwbai-k.does thaI ]prove Of cam? ?. ", It!ii

If I Detroit this week, 'that wo are not lire learning the details of Lincoln soil and water. the Christian Brotherhood Rev.A. .
\ hy <**t 11:1': i! iimo :. i ""]'
I, If' seeking quantity production on. Lin- construction.! The average. Ford dealer Trees provide a great variety of E Dunham. ut ii i 'd'i \\ ,1.Irn| '.,n ''I
: coin :Motor cars at the expense of'I is generally exceptionally well equip. miscellaneous useful products.In \rANTED-Labor.
Inquire Lawrence
quality. In fact, we have now pe d with machinery and workmen to an incorporated l'0'1iIf1Un\ty\ the I
f.l; rather turned this. rule over find our do any kind of work on Ji motor car. trees between the sidewalk and the Development Co., Brooklyn, Flu.\ _

'I purpose at the present thou is to place They are bing taught to apply these street are under the control of the 015if ,

quality above every other consideration. : facilities to any demand made upon municipality and 'no one has a right ,
LAKE-Paul E.
KINGSLEY Canova
j j ',; 'them by owners of Lincoln cars. Ultimately to cut them down without consent of
/J "The same reasons which have made there will be a service station -, the proper authority. cottage for rent. $15 per week.

it possiWe for the Ford :Motor Co., to I in nrirly" every community, adequately i From the earliest times trees have Cash with application. Peek &

achieve the highest production records equipped to render service on I been the pride and the admiration of Burns, Starke, Fla. 5-11-t

over made inUhe motor car industry Lincoln ears in the most satisfactory mankind. The Bible begins and ends
should make it equally easy':' manner. with tree a* symbol.. In the Gardenof WANTED TO IJUY-Twenty tn

for us to obtain the highest records i Eden It taught our first parents to twenty-five head' calves Will pay: ''I I' r ,, j
"In fact this posibility is already I' f
t" for It is merely a questionof know reasonable price according to size
: quality. the good and evil; in the pictureof :
greatly increasing demand for the ,
{' the" financial end manufacturing the heavenly Jersusalem it was on and age. Phone 2600, Jacksonville, I ....Y.t.PIo.:
Lincoln from many sections where iif .
l' strength nucensnry to command the the higher priced, cars have never cither side of the river for the healing or phone 2712, Starke. Bainbridge; 1. ))
I'i', best that the enirim-erlnB! world can of the nations. Our Lord drew Richardson, at farmer Paul E.\Cu- v.- __f.
been looked with
fav
great .
upon any _
." afford. illustrations from nature. Considerthe nova farm, Starke. 0-15-2 I Sedmt (
or because of tare lack of service possibilities. i
I( when'we took it lilies of the field how they
/ \s we found It ." grow.
!
v !! FOR SALE-Two Filling Stations,
(; over, the LincolnvU? a great achievement Learn a lesson from the flu;; tree. A cheap, D. horse, Starke. .,6222t. I ; oo'I
in automobile construction. Suchc (rood tree cannot bring forth evil :
.
THE FIOnmSSrrIUtr.\, ,
<' improvements as have been mode durIng fruit'; neither cnn corrupt tree FOR SALE-Lumber, rough and w3k4a ---t

: the past! year relate largely! tof bring forth good 1 fruit. By their fruitsye and drcescil, shingles, doors and II 5 Enrolls
: the refining of certain details where FbrliU Sanitarium. anti ITo nital, shall know them. We do not realize Sash. D. Boree, Starke ((3-22-21 : Coupe .
I f our engieenrs! believed that refinements Orlando, Fin. Medical, surgical! maternity the worth of a tree. The tree _._
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capacity 100 patients Equipment breathes in carbonic acid and
would! help\: gas FOR RENT-Two cottages on King-
I "In the motor we have .1", "' certain modern, rest, diet, physiological (rives out oxygen, while with the human sley lake.Irs.. E. E. Canovn. : i

I j things II" they relate to the construction therapeutics.! Unexcelled in the south. being It is the reverse. Therefore Starke, Fla. C-22-2t : i } .

l'' i' .:. of thclieud; tt:'the! mllt,'-la) used east 5 23tf.I : they are essential! to our very \ 1 fGeR1fl

,".f, ,. Ii" -_--- -.- -. .- .-.- --- life. .V tree is full of mystery; its WANTED-Man with car to sell,) com- \.luufttpr tgi\ $ rcltaJetP./ow
I search for light and thirst for waters plete line high quality tires and t TourinyCar I

wonderful. I have seen trees ruthlessly tubes. A money making proposi- r ::1
, f hacked, improperly pruned and tion for either full or part time. $5.00
I starts toward '
: used for hitching posts. I have seen I Exclusive Teritory. SterlingwoTth Tire r.zl you

nountuyis denuded by the merciless! & Rubber Co, East Liverpool, O. --fr l i the ownership

I lumberman, thereby, allowing the waters It'FOR ( fa&b&g of any type of For I I

which otherwise would be conserved na>*n iig! #
J r to flood the lowlands. Many SALE-A place at Lawtey consisting : Runabout Car, Truck or Ford-
4 1-2 fenced anti,
bf all
u farmer is sinning against the land acres son) Tractor.&: 1
a 'I'od house, near depot. Will sell I
by allowing the best of soil to be I
yb for cash or terms can be arranged. '
washed away. China often suffers ... We will deposit
I :# Ilagan-Peters Co., Jacksonville: or II your
because ,
: from terrible famine and flood, -
she has not been taught to con- If. R. Sapp, Lawtey, Fla. 6-22--U. I, Tru hChasaie payments in a local ,
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: 1 1 serve her natural resources. With : bank :at: interest.

I the vast amount of wood decaying Iftlf 1'CJI F.H1l '
You
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in Florida we cannot realize that the i' t1

; o EILllE 0 fflEOF scarcity of wood for vatlous puposes General : ; every week. Soon

n Is -a serious problem. Communitiesare the payments plus
\ often judged by 'M trees One I CJlos8ia ,

. "rf-f Who but the woman drives the closest bargain? shops city has many small parks where InsuranceAND I the interest, will :

: and saves-where a man more often pays the "first nurses may take invalids and children : i ; make the CarTruckor
\ and where seats invite the stranger i
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price" asked ; overlooks the "bargain" advantage, or and the weary to rest. Philadel- I v Tractor yours: I
f lacks the instinct to capitalize his "small change?" I a
and
I phia has. a park of a 1000 acres :
Women are natural "TIIRIFTERS"-they are 95% several recreation centers where high Real Estate I'' ForJson! Come in and get !

I'+t, r' the Nation's buyers. This Bank offers the service, clJtsa music Is rendered. Winter Haven I li' Tractor full details.

J safety and'security for their savings. A "THRIFTSHOP" has a nice park by the station, I I II
1 TheVomnn'u Club of Waldo has leas I .
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that appeals to their inherent appreciation
I ., ed the land the station erecteda
\ i near PEEK & BURNS"Not I
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i of the VALUE OF THE DOLLAR SAVED. You band' stand and otherwise beautified -

; ,: r can start your SAVINGS ACCOUNT here with $1.00 it. Starke is in need of a email ;I /
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park centrally located. Some Com too big/ for small business .

,I 1 i munities are planting: tree a'' oc nat.io".1 nor too small for big business" I r

/: .\:- i Iv (it ST11thL ; hir.Iiways, : adding; ni>nh ta the J. W. ANDREWS, JR. i. ;,
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I .n.'ty >f the seffBery. Your Business is Cordially Solicited. '
i The Hank: elr He'pl'ul! Ser ire A prominent Authority has saM, i ,I Authorized Dealer! I ,i''
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\oJ e We have been a nation of tree des- i FORD FORDSON
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troyers. Every person who uselt'ss-I Office with C. L. l'uk"& Son jj STARKE. FLORIDA
Iy destroys a tree Is helping II: I

ti gry horded" insects in agricultural: -
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FRIDAY JtyiE'22. 1123.!>
- __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE:

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Starke and his friends here are proud : "

of his fine record in the U. S. Navy. ,

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IQJ Rowell Prevatt, of Lawtey, was
I I 11 town Friday.Delmns I


Robinette, has returned to : Closing Out Sale :
his home in Perry. |
Concerning Our People, Business an ..
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lQ.. Progress in the County and Town. ( ) Stella Barrett, of Jacksonville, is I ..
visiting!:; Haze 1 and Lois A kinll. '!
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John Powell, of Jacksonville was: a 'I', JJ
ir-, Mary Jones is visiting rela- C. L. Hodges motored to Macclenny week end guest of his cousin, John
i i. Jacksonville. :Monday. Powell. I II
Pure Bred White t
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Hickey ,and family are may I :Mrs Sarah L. Hamrick spent Tuesday Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and ,
n" week to Plant City in
Jacksonville. children, of Jacksonville are at King
I sley Lake.P. ;" ,.
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'" Mildred Gill has returned from Ruth Sttrnberg is visiting Dorothy

,\ ith relatives! in Orlando. I II Alvarez at Kingsley Lake. E. Canova ond son, Paul E., Jr., Leghorn Hens j
have been in Jacksonville for the past

'c. Z, Adkins: made a businessi DeWitt C. Jones and children mot- several days.J. .

I [ Ilrooker and Al! ,ehua Wedries- ored to Jacksonville Sunday.J. -

L. Peek and J. T. Quigley, returned \
W'"Andre'vs.: Jr. :Made business
a ; Friday from a trip to St.
nn Powell was in Jacksonville trip to Gainesvill. :Monday Petersburg. '

fit of the week visiting rela- O. L. Beasley" had as a guest Tuesday Ford Prescott, of Gainesville, *pent I am closing out the Starke Poul-

Mr. :Mfl\ :\ ullen of Tampa. Sunday with his parents Mr. and :Mrs. ,
T. J. Griffin and Mrs. E. M. 1 _' L. C. Prescott. Farm and offering for sale \" '
try am !
were visitors to Jacksonville :Miss Jessie May Hall, of Tampa, ..
j \ and Saturday. Is the guest of :Misses\! Kate and Hilda! :Mrs.: F. L. Turner and Mrs. Mamie

Struth. Garris spent several days last weekIn 7 5 0 pure bred White Leghorn ;

<' bert Ellaby'and Martin John- Jacksonville.Miss .
if Jacksonville, motored here Mrs R. S. Fernandez went to Jack-

Convention spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.

\i as. Sallie Smoke, of Wauchula, Florence Powell. ,1, 1' ,,
Wednesday to visit at the home James Richard Wainwright is at
1 1V.. T. Weeks I Pablo Beach visiting his sister, Mrs. HaynesGrant, of Jacksonville, spent These hens have been culled over ''' :

1) T. Clark. Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and ., II
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,b..A. W. Anderson and little son, :Mrs O. L. Haynes.
i and those offered for sale
d. Jr., are in Lakeland visiting; Regular services at the Presbyterian now are ,
lOt, Mrs. Rowand. church both morning and evening A. E. Moitt and daughter, Miss: Inez: I ,.
II every Sunday.i have returned home after spending

1 -- Vesta Weeks, of Jacksonville, three welts: in Dade City. all good layers, mostly one year .ll J

,,lest of her cousin, :\Irs. J.1.: i : and :Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green and
,nice: and Mrs. ,V. L. Wall chiltlren have been .visiting relativesin tMrs.: P. E. Cano,,{and little daughter olds.

:Mayo Eunice, went to Jacksonville I.} )
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Mi. and Mrs J. D. Carlton, of Jack- I Tuesday to visit relatives. .
:Mrs Bessie Grant, of Jacksonville,
this week of
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illc were guests '
d :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. came Saturday to visit her bother, :Mrs. Florence Powell,'Paul E. Can- Will sell all or any part.n:W
[ O.L.. : Ilaynos. ova, Jr., and D. P. Carpenter motored

'I I 1'- Inez :Moitt hs' returned home to Jacksonville Friday and spent the ,t,.
i spending several weeks in Miss Olga Priester, Of Lake Butler clay. tiC ----.- -_..---....' .. ... ,:

returned homo Saturday aftera .
i i 11'0 ille with relates t f
visit with Mia: Iris Epperson. :Mrs J. R. Hardee and three child-

of Fernandma, Tuesday' to "
ren came
!I. Lnmira Graham, of Jacl.sonInt -
E. R. :Xeff: and children Margaretand visit at the home of her brother, L. A.
nU-l :Mrs Sunlayith J. M. Alvarez.her parents, I E. R. Jr., spent Saturday and l l'I Davis. L. A. DAVISJR.! i i

Sunday in Jacksonville with relatives. I

M) -. .. T. Dell and children and :'Ilrs.J 'I :Mr. and Mrs. R. O Daniels and son \
Mrs. E.1.. Davis entertained tho Russell, of Jacksonville; arrived Sat- Starke Fla.
1 T.: Wilson of Gainesville, are at
i Merry Workers :Monday evening at urady for a visit with :Mrs. J. W. Ed 1
;i -t'Y: Lake occupying the Weeks'I jf a
her home on West :Madison street. wards.
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I :Miss Hazel Jones, of Plant City, MI's. L. E. MoHcley and :Mrs. M. '" ''L''' ,. '." ', "_.'.' '."''' '' '' '- ,. ..J"'Jii'" """ "1' ,' "'' ,, I I I
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I 11 resbyterians willi have their "' .0>.. ..., .. .-. .. ." ."JIIj""l. " lid Sunday school] picnis next arrived Tuesday for an extended visit Luck and daughter, of Ruiford, were, \I "
with her sister :Mrs.Vilmer lloltzendorf. in Starke Friday visiting frends and I ;
I'uisday' at Kingsley Lake, Truby'sling.
,:, .,., I relatives. I ildi-it of the converts ThtJ elder of 10 In present nt 11 "','lclc for worship i ., ,,u'her of tint :Men's Clims. An in- .
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I these men has been an infidel) I fot. and sermon. 0 I \ :nation in extended to I tho men of the

Ethel Grif.UK I[ Mr. and Mrs Wilmer Ilolzendorf, Mrs. :N.: D. Wainwright left Fridayfor I many years, but through the ministry i : Tht- ",,'nlnl( 'rvlcev lN'(")0, when i .immunity to enjoy thu iliiicuitHioiiHin ,, '
H \% on Davis, Misses' -
motored to returned home Saturday after a trip Jacksonville and Pablo [Bench' IIf Dr. Ilullen he became greatly in- Ill'> !Dullen will speak Vn Th,- Transformed I wlmli (this. C-IIIHH engages: pitch Sun
Viviretto Floyd
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ksonville Saturday and returned Uo! Live Oak, White Springs and where she is visiting her daughter,' (rested and attended nearly every I Spear." Thin, too, will br11 day. J' :

..: afternoon. 1 points in South Georgia.Mr. Mrs 1>. T. Clark. s 'i'vice twice! u day. Even the children timely' tlmciiHuion, from whirh all will Senior and Junior U. Y. P. U. at t

day .1 asked it tho evangelist would not I obtain something to inspire and direct II 7.00:( |1'. in. After an ubnetico of two a',. :
Mrs. Jack Ward and little daughter, and Mrs' H. C. Pl](*>f, Mr. and Allen Canovn and George inton conic back next year. Thu people of In dully life. Sunday' from his pulpit l ; the pastor "
Mrs. W. J. Griffin of Jacksonville, motored here from Jacksonville und Dewberry; are very grateful' to thememhl'1'I5 lookn full utteixl.mco of
i'.'Itt'in, June, who have been visiting j The Bible school meets at 0'1: withJ. for u mem- '1
', dinner guests Thursday of :Mr. spent the day at home of :Mr.; and Mrs. of the Starko. church for the
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M"- Edward Burns, left :Monday at'In were I T. Quigley as Supt., and l the* pastor;! hers and friends r i,
I land :Mrs. O. J. Griffin. I':. E. Canova, Sunday. use of their pastor.ItAITIST i
t for Arkansas. I
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MrW.. II.Jo'dwIlrdl'l I I :Miss Margaret Wyman, who has "Tennny" Randall wee) known ath- CIIUKtll: [ Hfll.Kl'IN I I IS'l'R.t1'IiERRY
\ll'1.: E. Edwards, : FOR SALE
with her
here
spent several months lete IIn,111 Southern football halfback .
J. L.
:Mrs.
of Lawtey
Tues- brother, L. Wyman will leave Sundayfor on the Univenty of Georgia Dr. J.J. Bullen will he in hm pulpit .11.,1..11.,1.Hizt' ,
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ltrij. of Jacksonville, pent ,
. ftH::with Mrs A. Z. Adkins. her home in Boston :\a88.. football team is visiting G. K. Lewis on Sunday at both morning and III:1'RIIiEJL1'1'OFtAIitiU'I', UMITY; ; IN .AM

I for several days. evening service. The I Wrst ,sermon Inn / II few ::12 <|uut and (> _:Mostly KIN./)
Louise and Wilson Hayes returned be .
"Pure Religion" will
has i series on
:Mis. Edwards : returned -
home Josephine after spending the win- Saturday from Brooker, where they Mrs. Gt'orleeoIOftley: Mrs. Bran- delivered at the morning service, tho OUR KINttSLEY; LAKH, TLA.. Kl'MMKK: Im:"OIrI' PKOPKU- + :
daughter, I I had spent a couple of weeks with non UghtreeIrs.: Leo Blake and topic being "K Holding I'nwer.'thisseries 1'1''Ibis I
with her
ter and spring grandparents, :Mr.\ and Mrs. :NJ. : :Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville, are ,
\Ii. Freeman, in Miami. their will be of n practical: nature Is one of the( bent lake locations! ;: ;
Hftnry I ( Hayes. at Kingsley] Lake occupying A. Z. md: will answer some '1ulstlonand OUK WALNUT STREET HOME: ,r ;

:Misses Ethel Raulerson and Lois Adkins, cottage. relieve some present-day, doubts. It STARKE. rLORIDA. / f
Drake of Lake Cutler, are here at- I Col. and Mrs U. E. Knight and will be well to hear the entire "'aeries! A /good| .room house with modem conveniences, double lot and i'
Hollis, have been enjoying Miss Jeanette Durden, who is
Paul and a '
the teachers summer whM' \ sons' in center of the residential section. Will be Hold cheapfor: cash.
ndmg the bathing and fishing at student at the summer school of the .
'h'. Kaulerson and ,.,. .. 4IIt! I
B. II. S. :Misses
, rake at the home of :\Ir.1 Kinsley Lake. While there they occupied University of Florida spent the week I I'he lots in Orange ('ountyViII !sell one or all! to suit. '
are guests the :Morgan cottage. end, with her sister, Mrs. O. L. Beas
''l4JdIrs.< : G. C. Sweat. I ley. r I 1
Misses Margaret Livingston: and Address JAY S. BROWN, Plant City, Fla., Box 297

:Mr. and :Mrs. E. :N.: Alexander and 1 i Ruth Allen of Tampa have returned to Tho Boy Scouts of Troop 1 spent II .
".n, Hansell, of Jacksonville! and several ,
i their home after spending :Monday at Kingsley Lake, the guest II I -_
:Mrs. L. A. Wynn and daughters: :\I1SS.1| days in Starke the guests of Miss of :Mrs Cady. The boys had a wonderful _
H Free, :Mary Lee and Elaine, I Kate Livingston day swimming, boating and \ 9
t-i Lake Geneva Saturday for a two enjoying a bountiful supply of good I I I
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1' <'ks. camping trip. I I Mrs. C. F. Sayles, who has been "eats."

visiting her pal'ents.lr.: and Mrs. C. r Mawlf i
:Mrs.. G.V.. Alderman and dauirh- I.. Peek, returned Wednesday to her R. J. Turner, formerly of New / i
ty< :Misses Mona and Blanche, left I home in Miami Mrs.[ Sayles was accompanied River has bought: the bakery hereto- ,i
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Tuesday! for DeFuniak Springswhere home by :Miss Harriett fore owned by his brother J. O. Tur, f iI iI I
they are attending the West Ritch. ner. He will he found at the same I Wonderful r'cord] of the Overland car ..

Florida Baptist Assembly. They will old stand and will appreciate the Is creating faith in it near and far,

also visit Mrs. 'E. Marshburn: at I :Mr. and :Mrs C. B. Hayes and baby rade from one and all. Large orders For the satisfied feeling of comfort it brings
Crestview.To of :Marco :Mr. and :Mrs. Geo. Keen! as well as! small.It Must you start anew -
!.of Gainesville, :Mr. and :Mrs. J7 A. to save for home ? Is caused by the ease of the Triplex Springs. .
the delight pf her friend: :MM i! Sullivan and children spent Sunday at is said flour In car lob has drop- ..
Elizabeth Brownlee. has returned j i Kingsley Lake guests of11': and Mrs. ped to 6.2: in this United States Think of the sacrifices you madein Though the way may be long and the roadbed rough;
from DeLand to spend her vacation ]1 We have been for order tn Hare enough to build
wondering some- '
W. Hayes.Mr. This staunch little and
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car sturdy tough
with her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. i i time why the ton-cent loaf )Is still a home. _If 'lire .should destroy so
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Brownlee. Miss Brownlee hn just I : and :Mrs J. W. Andrews. Jr., with u* down here when in a large your home tomorrow would it Takes you through with a feeling of comfort and rest;

finished the junior class inthe DeLand :Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little son, Leslie part of the country it i Is being sold mean that you must begin econo- You reach the end of your journey refreshed. .
high school and was also quite activein left Tuesday for DeLand, where for five cents. With a further dropin mi/ing and dating over again? 1

musical circles. She sang' the lead- attended the RobertsonTatum'ma1'ialCe flour, are the bakeries aiTd dealer Fire Insurance. |I.H the only certain
the they Just talk with the owner and ) will find _
ing part in the operetta !given by which took place there Wed going to continue their exhorbltant protection against the [loss of yoi
high school students, and also sang nesday. prices for bread-John8 wn News! the savings you have invested : That the Overland car iflhe proper kind

at the recital given at Stetson Univ- I and a policy in the Hartford Fire I For you who would! go and enjoy all the way; J
ersity and later in Sanford. Judge R. A. Green was in Jackson- The revival meetings conducted by; Inmirance Company i is .bm>lutly I
Think it and in order
ville Tuesday on professional buds Dr. J. J. Bullen in the Baptist churchIn dependable aw your hanker will I over put your today. ': ii

'lrs. Clyde Alvarez and :Mrs. May i I ness. He was accompanied by his N'ewberrr, Fla., were airl by \\he !gladly tmtifyIt) cost no more to
:\I yortV of Jacksonville, are at Kintcey mother Mrs. W. H. Green, who will oldest members of the church to be Mrtmrt the hest I .
Lalce, occupying: Johns' Cot- I visit at the home of Col. Floyd Green the most largely attended of any in

itn:;-e. -- ---- for a few days. the history of the church. The results KOK SAFE ANI( Hl'nIS8l'IUSC2. ALL I Quigley Overland Co. .
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were also among the best. Al
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PERFECT HEALTH Charles Ensey, Jr., who has just ages were included in the number who Agents
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?suds.' He.&11...... ,... 100... and .....d"s gratuated from the U. S. Naval Aca- made a confession of Christ as their! J. R. Davis & Co.
A VIGOROUS BODY demy at Annapolis, came Tuesday fora Saviour. Two men, one seventythreeard STARKE, FLORIDA '

.A ......... _..19 .. sick .......CIOe short visit with his uncle, Archibald : the other nearer eighty, together Agency Established 18M
.-........-. Joh,.... Charles was bom in with the wife of the latter, were the STARKE.4 ..\. .

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i., }t f : Notice In hereby given that he fallowing", described. land will, be fold at publle auction S_ T. R. A. O..r a Costa; Doedptlon B.... T. R. A. T....
Owa.r
of ..Id month beforethe
.' on the FIRST MONDAY: ; IN JULY., 1U22. It bong", the 2nd day a
1 CourthoiiM Door at Slarke. In Bradford Coun ty. StaU of lorida.. or aa much th.reof a* SW'4 Lug
? I I will be n.c u> pay the amount dun for taxes lot ol''EIty".U'ii .ame together with the f"/wVVf"3ww A'il4: oTa* 7 SI 160 J...... Reynold. ___..____ 41 60 sad, line 122 ft. thence E a' right _
;' I, coat of .uch :wife and advertu in*. : !. Tax Collector.Donrrlptlon a1sk.," to said line adO f4 thence
{ W I*.xof SEw"i"ww"of"i *E--- -01"--8N J28 7 SI 100 James Reynold. ___.______ 28.00 II 1.r.I"1, l with Bret IIn. 128 f4
'I : Tails "'' thence W 3au n t.o heir In Temples

'< If'1 f i S... T. R. A. Owner loeuWi4 ; : ; I gof NWL.i .--.--1 A do SE Cur--____.28.all 7 21 ID.) Mime WIIII__ .___._____- 28.90 stab div -______________-_____21 2a Mattls Guyona 1 ,, f
1 I of SP.:1oo: .a SE 4 or sW 7 SI 7 V L'C Smith -____.__.______ 22.i of 8.J 'of SES4 of BIk 18 of __.---- .
-Ii; J f fIi of NW:4 ft NW", of SWW' ___ 2 7 19 1313 C. M. AndrewUnknowfc _________ 1424 Lot 8 of BIk 11 1 In W444 !k---a t SI M Jamva Keynolda ____-____- 2 .V 1SWI4 N'ii 1EbringN7v': ft N aSby sQ

i SEW of NWW' _. __ --__--U 7 It 010' ------------ 11.1 In Graham ._ ::__. 3X11 Ct E 11& W In Temples tub
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:J I E'/4 of NEIl' ut NE"'", .__...._ ._.17 1 U "o A. G. Cowen ---- 6.08 :N A'Sl\ or ltoE'7 A in SE-- Cor 7 SI J H Su _____ ______ 6,86 '" dlv -- ---------------__.__- 6 22 JoI.ttJ. aU'ona _
f 1 ___ .. M... C H uavlll 11.72 WI. of -83 7 SI 88 Jones It.olda .____-______ 11.,2 A ..
I $ I NL'i of NK<4Sr -- __. __ ...18 7 U 4U' ---- ; NEIit of SW\I. 4 A la SW "t.4 rum at Nur oC Content -- "
I 'I! : ;'.4 of NK1 ------.--.19 7 U 40 MOD Ruberton ._..... 11.72 : S I A a Starke a L.w"y, public rued,
t. I I i'I All N';, of bKW A SEW of SWW rEotl/1 oofW4NE44f of SW A rUn W along/ sold street 4do
k 8 of rivor- ___.__.18 6 20 40 L.nd" Taut Co., of Florida. 12.02 hue at SW Corof SEW of NWy\ It to land "r N. U, lds0erman
814 of SWW of SE'4-----. 36 5 2UNWW :2u M O; Raul..son -______.- t.OHM A run N 8JO ftK 660 ft. S Sao thnnoe. 1'1 along' ", sold land 31113 n.
, .. I I f : '. A Nb.> NWtI-- 1 8 20 80 C UauturaoD .---?._--- 22.97 It. W11813f0tobooaNWy4ofB th.ncy E .dO fl to .Id road,
/ N'Fy4 of rEt A all S bt of NB4H '! th.nc. a alone .nld road ton betr.

.\ 1 .. I : of roml __ ______u________ 1 8 20 62: 0 B Moody ____.._-.. 17.84 LolA WVi 12- -or- frao---...NEW.....>..-lot-__8___66 t tl 75 H S Wilson 21 95 'I''mr.louo sub div -------__._: 3 0 22 8 Joe Morrie _-__ .
j Com at NW Cor of NWW of 1'14'ill' ( frac NEV4 NWy. 6 or E't flC liE" "r SWtl DC SW44 ex --..-__ .. .1
1 t ft run 8220" ,,1. to wire fence, N W',4 less, 5u A In S W SEya of N a of SWI4 of
1' thence K to McKinnvy branch, NWI'4 ol NW'S Go.of NWya 35 7 U 160 J....... Reynolds ____.__._. .6.10 Ey.2 ..: ; Sf &Y vx 1 A In : I

_\ thVnce N along .aid branch to N'/Si of SW Cor -- -- 22 6 22 10 John
\ : ._ Bailey
I 8ro. line, thence W on .aid line to NE4;\ A Eta!, of W SEW- -A--all------ 7 *t Mil James Reynolda __..___ 17.01 Sm.n A In Swr; ili ; n -------_--___ -19
b.g ____-_-_--12 6 20 25 Joe Hodge. ., 1089M W4 of %0r14 .
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'ill', t SW Cor: of NWW of NEW: I SKI. E of river ____ 4 M All, t2.2 ------.______
Com at : ------ W4.1 oNEof SES4 \
I All Efti of NWW S of river ___II 280 W P Clyde ________.__ 60.28 3.11
A run N 220 :via to wire fence, All -- 1 ?i pGotha Lumber Co. _______ 11.00 rand --------------------------1 6 22 11 Dan Bores --..___.
1I r thence K to McKtnnty branch ----------------------2'J. 4 tI..j K L Black A Co. ------136. NE'y oC 8E1't ---------------.o 6 6 22 40 L M Langley -?..-. 115 1
thence a: along said branch to 9line All ---- 2 i WIll of SWh of a St4 or _---__
I -' ----4: 610 i R L Black A Co. _____.13863 SW'1' 12,77

1-" J to beg of _NEW_ of___/IIE___, thence_ ____ W-12 6 20 26 L Cr._ ____I_____... 10.39of All ex- -SEW- -of----SEW, ----_____ 4 n 22 640 R L Ulack A Co. _______.18663 oC l'/W'I.N of oC 8W Cor or..0 NWI4 corn 110ylo of ,
I NEV SEy NE TI All 6u" R L Black A Co.; __ _____.12x.92
' 'I SWW W W of of McKinnoy, & .11 branch of- ___.12 6 20 554II Ln Thomaa m ---- n.14 / ,;'S4 of -NE'4--------------U' ... W of NE'4 4 U 6411 R L Black A. Co. ___..___la8.68IIr )IIW:IdA,}4 W a U1 run )111.0.E, 147 S :1111 Fda. ydt N 110 to

I SE'' of _______________" 6 2SKI ") M !. Crawa ---------- 11.7' a.Nof!" NW'4 _
NWW 2 Lug ___.._________
1 qrt' A All | 200 R L Black. A Co. ________ 63.91 --- 6 22 48 Thro. Tiaon
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i ", of SEW _____-____________U 6 20 40 C A Smith Co. ____ 11.11 --------.-----___ -,2tl 4 NEy4 of 8Wy4 01 NWI4 --______.-- .
' .4/ I-.. NEW of HWW'! __________________18 6 20 411 haniuul W BrownJohnion ___ ___ 11.12 All ... Sy4 ol 8E44 ----------___27 4 a Sox R L Black A Co. ____.196 S3 ESU of NEL4 oC 8Wy4-----------8 of NE'4' 6 2a 10 a F Morgan: _____.--?-----. 20.6.,,,
-M R L Black A Co. ___.___128.02 -
U.53 a Wy, of '
P. 81:14: of NEW __.__________ ---22. 6 20 40 Kelly -- -- Ny SW'4 a SE'4 ol aIAlItNW Cur of BE yeof
f Nfcl; A NWW' of SEW! N-- SWy4 a W'y of Bi'4II"" ol .
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1 .. a rfu. of NEW,' of SEW" _________28 e 20 100 J S A B J Kelly .___ __ 28.80 5i4 ..----__ ___ T.N.4A-l. ; In- -NE-- C.i- iwli1; 6 12 I W M Bryan _
680 R L ------------.1'1'
8E'I of 8E'4. YB 4 a2 Black A Co. .-----I 13
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I A in NK: Cor forchurch
1 1 I I H'.j of NWW- ex- ________--J----_____23 6 20 79 (: Kully E>UMHO ------------ 2827 Alt _---_: _:_:::::::::::==:: : :i 1:3: B Ib :::kc; ::---- 13.74 E 8E'1 a W twin"_ _I_AN'" _S_ by____3__A_
I I ____ ht, of R L 136.68 ------- 6 211 8 J A Jamison _
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Wu of 8W' _-- ___________2.1 6 20 Frailer Kelly 22.n NE\\ a Eli< of SE'4 a wt '' SE' of 8E ___.
j ; It 814': of \!:'llc HE'f.- -- -- t.U 6II 20 20 Joaoph St.rrlcka -- '..08I ,!II W\i&\ of NE'4 E ol river ___.80 I 22 Four and one-half, acres- l In -SECor------- 6 2J 20 J E lo'utch ________:::::_ "j;
;;;;; 2HO R L Black A Co. __ ____ 1680Ny 7. j
I In of .__
: A ------ ------- __.. U 01 NE of
branch at of 01..r land A !NE'4 ol IIE'4' 4 180 R L Black A Co. _______u 86.48 y A E'1.beln"", -8 A N2T
I corrmr --------U ** 480 K L Black Co. ____ ___ a 8 b !; 6 22 -
A .111.80 II Theo
V i ; I i run W 6AO ft, 8 to W. II UrcenY ..E'of NWy4 IIW': (.. of NE'4' a I Com IOq hilt\; of : t.r: of -W14; Tiaon --------.___ :
: land. W to Gully branch N on the 'IIE'4 ol \ a W ol NW oC HW1 oC SE'4 oC a
' NE'4
branch to larger branch thunoaup Na s'rf -------________. 4 22 R 245 ruin
rt, W 100 ft N'
246 ft
l' 860 R L Black A Co. .175.16NN .
. I 1 /I ...1.1 brand to bug ----- .____23 6 2n 13 C A Smith A Co. .. ______ 7.GS ;, a NW [-- ______.84 4 U 40 E L Onlfia ---- --- 12.77 E 100 It to beg", _________.__28 6 22 Richard R voolda
LoU 1 2 8 of elk 24 in Now RU,>.r.23 6Ulk. gil C A Smith A Co. ____ 2.70 SNWJ'\4 } o SFi J6 R L Black A Ctn .--.-.- 8W t4 less 7 A 28 6 IJ : -4
\ Nty i .__. ,_.::: : : = : : ?172.60 aof.s iL -- ------ 38 T C Morris :::::::::
; ')1. 6 17 18 16 SO 21 112 23 A LoU' .a1296A7101112 NE'/ of SW44 ____. a6 B6Jo' R L Slack A Co.-..==..26.01: Lou 1 ortgnal t;wn ----- .;114;

., 'j of HHH111k7a N'4 or NE', ---..-.- ___r----6____ a 22 R L Black. A Co.------___ 13.77 r''fI'k':: :; NEy4' of 'OfSiMk28 6 22 Mrs Idolla DeLoaeI1 _
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IntBof 13lktla LwY4tll0 ----- 5 2.2 Lit N 3 orig town .
j N',1 oC SWt4 oC $W' 80 J E Futch __________ 15.07 J Ij
I II 12 of Illk\ U A Lou 12346 -----I 5 61 yU L U Arnold ___________ 1.60 la NEy4 6 22
ft'ol SWW of a Co lkSV; -- ------- ---- Quigley\ Broom Co.
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67Na111JofHlk1Oa LoU WW of NElt. Wh of Lau b X ong, town of Starke; ___.__? I, :,,

1 \ 7 9of Illk II ft Into 12467 of 8WW a of Z44'; a BEIi, r.tn2Nf'4Br: : 8WV4 ,--,-----?- 6 2Z MN S E
: j 1' 12 A loU 2161 SE' NWy4 wry of 8Wy4 01 7 orig, town of Starke Ra7bora __..._.. aa
nQ91100rl"1
I of Blk 14 A lot 12 41 _"_ 18 AO' L M Lamrky ____._______ : 8 22
Lot WoodlVwn" 8 $$4
," }. of Blk 14 A luta 2 H 10 12 of Blk Lot IK In In -..____- 10 Alfred Starling- 20's3 ctnIa' Oft svtt.w of----NE-- aoill J F L'.nova _.__________ ;",17
I I Woodlawn ____._ ------
J 16a1uu1284671O111Pot .1 '-. Lou ----- 13s I 24 JO 8 M Churchill _____ 8.63 IIlk 18 a run W on Call at 30
: '
, I Blk 16 A loU 6 0 10 l II 12 of Blk, : ... of.'ot'ii'in'Viid'. r--!! : }? II 12 611 J H Williama __________ 18.va f4 SlOG. ft E 80 ft N 105 rt ,
I ,. 211 A loU 1 8 0 7 9 11 of BIN VIA 5 2a to .M In
i ? Lot 83 In Woodlawn __ .7l4 5 Leonard A WlUun ..______ 8.54 g orig town of Starke Inn
I .Int. I 8 9 of --- 6 U 10 Lonnle Wllk.r ..______ 35? NEt:;! of SWt --------------o 8 22
ko:8Blt LoU 20! 21 In oo
J1911
Womllawn ___ TT J E Futch
_
! ( ) \ I n T 12 14 II U 131k ______. ._
I } lol3 11 -. .- N'-. of lot 13 In Woodlawn __ :II' J A Aanorvren _____ I. II I :81 Ma utandod 7.m Erneys map ----- -j U
O ., ""1iJ"- 88 all in Now River ______.28 24 8 SO C A l3mVt1 A C..,.______ 60.98U"'j Lot 61 A S'<, of Int. in A. ",-&-1. -.14." 0 U 5 Cliv Clemona ________ 2.ao ..rht tuwn of titark. in NEIl. nr
} Lot of Illk in New River .....23 8 109O J Mathia 128 -- SW'4 .:. ::.: .:_::.:-U s 22
18 BB lot 51 In Woodlawn. ::: : --- A D Andrewa
: :_ .-_ :v J C. P(.DIMlll ====:.W 1.02: Brie at 16 5 U 2/ J B Row. _______ 111.21 p LolA k 4 of Blk M J M John add .____--. U U
-- -- -
I Five Acres; known a. J.: H. Johnare ;; a nN: fr;: ;. 8 W.fjJo'I: 8Wy4' to SUrke In SEW of SWW! _____28 8 22 J T
ft, Quigley .
I >irve InII.... River __..-...._U 8 2C 8 C A Smith A Co. ____ SOO W 140 ft. N 752 5.10 ft to bee Lot 3 A N 20 lof Lot B of Blk .____..... 891
f F'Ivo.crew In BEVi. of NE4' l lying W being \>Art ol fort acre. known 37 J M John, add to Stark., la

; of half mil. poet 375 tto peat r 10'" 51 5. 51 Iii la Woo4Letalawn66 j SEW of SWW -------______.29 6 22 J T
LoU 8 7 of OIl Qulgl.y _______._____ .
'in branch to place of beg thence ___ 1 L T A flog; add<.. 3:.8S4M
W 8110 ft. N 700 ft. E: 800 ft.thrna -58- -57 .6X--or---8W'I.----. -of- SW.ls I 22 74 Mn Emma C Proctor ___ 1.01 p Lo': Starke. In Wfc of NEV! .....28 8 22 Rosetta WllliaauonFlorents
1 i ___.. .
1 14 A of Lot
along,,, run of branch, thenceto 4 a s lot 880 It I\\: i. W by SW. 13 of
bog where. past atand. .......23Lou S 20 II C A Smith a Co. _______ 4.7' 2 6-lU U : a 0 in NW Cor Blk 18. L T A Co. add to Stark.
I 1 of Ulk 26 In New River 28 24 I .0 Unknown __________ 1.02 'i : __ In W"n of NEW --________-_29 8 22
22
LoW 10 12 of Blk 27 In New Rlv. Let 611 .. Wou--- -. _?_._..16 6 aa 25 Wm H P.rl. 1181 g Lot 4 ex S t) ft of Blk 14 L T FreymunthDan _____no :. 26

1 er ------a 24 4 .0 Unknown 1.12 Lot 5Y In Woodla..a .- ________18 6 U 10 MAbel G. Sb.......... _____ ..53 A Co'. add to Stark. in Wlj\
One-half I"" ......,. 0 _______ of NEW ___.
Interest In LoU 1 8 6 of Lot 60 In Waallawn _______17 6 aa Mire Hayes 8.5d --- ---------- 23 8 22
Blk 2H In New River. _.______2\:I 24 I 20 Unknown 1..a Lou 28 :20 U8: In Wuodl.wa- ___.17 6 U 10. Roo. Wagner _. __.._ 8.08 Lau 1 2 3 4 11 12 13 Hot Blk B".n. IMJ
All Blk., 26 .. Iota 1712 New River L... 68 IIV In W..I.wn _____-18 6 Il 40" John W Waaaer __ 11.71 28 L T A Co. add to Stark III .1..1. ...... _

______________-_____23 I I. 6 10 C. A. Smith a Co. : __ a.5I Lou 20 81 In Woodlawn ___-tl 6 2l 20 a J Eaton _.___________ 11.72 Lo'\1 of l'lflliic -.........28 8 22 JoIN .
LoU 4/ 6 0 IoBlk- Lol.o 40 511 82 la In Woall.aw --III U 20 F L ConnoN ______. ..08 It [ L T Co', sub Frank Starling ___...?_ 133

.1 1In I New tlJ.r8- _---_-...22 24 6 10 C A Smith a Ca _____ 1.00 W'y1 of lot 11 In W..I.wa n_____.20 8 4" II H Thompeo.. __.___. 17.8e div" of NEW of NEW- ---.? .23 8 22
t 8 16 A of HW 4. of NW>,4 _______24 I 10 III C A Smith a Co. ________ n.12 E' SEp: of NW'4 a NE\4- \ or 6 U 5 W F Nonaaa _____ 6.2I4E44 g Lot 4 of Blk 1 L T Co'* tub l Annie William __"".__ IS ).
e NRi/4' of 8WU ... 1 A In SW Cor : of SWY- dlv of NEW\ of NEW\ -- --.. 23 6 22
A I for school _____________.....27 S 20 88 Wallace. N..d. _______ 12.0t Two acres 10 fIb; Cor o!NBVv: ol-21 S 6 22 30 D B IWV178 I Browal"a ______ 18.12 W\1t\ oC Blk I L T A Co'. sub John Parker .._______ 8)0
.! BWVi of SWV4 A ofME of NE' ofof.Bltt !, ..28
SGVt 6 22
,. ''I' Eydof ___ 81 1.0 AA Alfrd I Th...... ___ n.u f--f lot 8 o f t li 4-Town- _;i22 6 12 :I F III Bradley ___.__.___ 8.88 Lotv. 2Nf tf- A--00-'-a tub I Roaa Cox ______.__ 434

4 ;mi zirinzi84NEW 110 Frank Murphy ____ 45.5 Lawtey west 01 railroad23 dlv of NEW! of NEW .--......-58 8 22
4 of NCy.------....._ 4E14 7 !/0 40 Plokuna Brooke ___ 11.76 i Corn 113 lW of NE Corm of 6 21 W L OvaNtl'Ml: ___ ..10 Lou a 4 or WlfJ! or Blk 84 L T Edna Jackacn. _________ 173

of HEi-i ._____ __.______ 4 7 .0 60 Mre. Mlaourl Brown ___ a2.117 cif BIk a run 8 to eft W lot A Co', sub div of NEW of NEW -28 8 23
WV4 of BWV4 ...___- __ 80 I. A grown __ .11.87I :t. N o. f F E 60 ; t N'. of Blk 86 L T A Co', sub Alex Merricka' _____._. 1341
I ; Elfof !: ..____ -......._ 0 7 80 80 L A Brown _____ 12.117 town oC L......,.. W tttobag of ;dlv of NEW of NEW! -___-____.28 8 22
I'0'y of ay of lot. 7 8 ______n_... 7 7 .0 40 I. M W.len ________ 17.36 Lo. 1 blk I 7 in town 1 Lawtey-23 5 21 W H EdwaNa .______._._ 18.7. W\\I of Slit0 L T A\ Co' .ub R M EUeraon ___________ 1913

; L<,u 8 A fc'.j of lot 4 A all w l'f __ oiv of NuV4 of NEW -----..___29 8 22
lot 6 A itror lot 8 A N% of Lou 1 2 -BIk- -18---to-- town---- --Law.----28 a 22 Mn 1\1 E E..rda _____._ 25.17 lute 2 8 of Ik1 L T A Co' .ub E E Snell _______..__ lit

low 7 H 9 A NIot lot 10 A N 12 I tar W :f i !_ dlv of NEW of NEW _-__ _.-28 6 22
A of S Mi of .lot 10 ___________.1 7 f0t 880 L A Brawn ________10a.10 Lot 21 In town ------ m- ---R2a --a3 II 22 B L BI.noha..d __._____:_ 11.14 Lot 3 of Blk 42 In L T A Co T .ub W E Snell'- _________.__. 111!

I BS of lot 12 ex lot 80 ft B A in Huts 28 34 or25L6'1P 5o 8 dlv of NtW of NEW: -______ 24 6 22
r W by.I 210 l In SW Cor.. TNV 7 10 40 0 C R.vlll ____ I8.1T E A Lota 2 8 4 of Blk C N J Jones add.. Julia Butler. __________ la
.. 1 of NK'-i 7.t8Wa'G' of NEK __ 8 7 10 120 M.. Kau Halm ___ 84U Lot 4In- -town---of---------------___ Llatle Thomaa _______ 4.13 to St.rk In SEW of NWI,. W

r; r Nil of SWi/4 of ..SW" rx E 3 Mrea. 8 7 211 17 7.3 III B..m __..............14.53 In Sees. YB 24 5t.itrp.B.o 8 'I of Walnut street -----__________.111 8 22 .
1 Lot & of Hilt 1 In Ward City ... 7 Mc. Oana gfl 1.01 24 E: .___________ VII Blk V Temple add to Stark --28 6 12 Mea Almena R PeUraon ._. it a
rf I Lot S of Blk 2 In Ward City ._= : T :: Mn Oesna : : : === 1,09r : Lot 4In- -town- --of- ----- 1o\: __ Will Lea ________________ 1.20.. LoU 6 7 of Blk 16 Temples add Mm Eunice C Canova ___. UM

/ I 11 Lot 2 of Blk 8 In Ward City _____ 1 7 10 Mn O.ena Godwta __ 1.03 In Bea. Y8 24 86 8'Ip. 6 3 'I to Starke _-_ J9 4 :2:
. .\ Lota g a 10 11 of Blk Ward >lit: ._____ I Lot 10 ll of il/k/ i7TI. '. add Mm J C WI1U ________. aJ:
...< : I T 10 lU8J -oi ---------------- Mlaiie. Lea ________. 4.18 to Starke
I e.au.------ .n NW 8W'M of NfG' Jg I 22
.7./a ---
: .li'i' lik-li % ____.11 6 Y.. ---------------
J if J. ;.t'18' 20 ; In Ward Slll' of IIWI4: 0 l 8$47. .______ 10 Alex Ott : :.:_____: 8.13'' Lot 0 of Blk 36 Peek' add to Stark. Mr. Florenoa E Brook. _..__ 816
J M1.101541111. Co. __ 8.S8 8Wy .U 5 2a: 20 J M Starling ________ 13.77 In NWW of NWW ___
8Wy or SS
1 I ---------- ------- or _25 -------- 6 22
1,1 J I.t 4 of Silt 11 In Ward City S 7 80 Mn UI.na Godwlo 1.01 A'' WS4 NW\E 0! --- --! a IJ III J B Abraham _____ a..8 Lots 1 2 of Blk C Ruing", '. add to Mamie Marvlck ...._...._ 1 171

4. 1/4 Lote 1 5 11 11 or Dlk 1:1: I nWardIf Kingsley: o.d ---26 f' Stark In NWW of NWW 28 6 22
7 ----.-.---- 7 20 Mra Oana Godwin -- 1.00 NW'I of 8E'4 of 8wy4 _.______26 5 aa a3 4 Mar Small _____.__ UII Lota II 7 8 of Ulk I C Risings. --add J C xP ppelt _________ 260'
I' LCIt 1 7 .. 10 of Blk 14 In 81"' .I N4a of SW\I.\ of-8E'4- ______28 111 Forest Suber ..______._. 8.811 to Stnrko i t.i NWW of 29 6 22
t y ___ _________ .0 Mra Osrna Godwla 1.87 IIW'4 of NE of $1:1!:} _____---46 5 U 10 C S Durllng", _____ 1.80 Corn 11 ft 8 of SE; nor :'C..J.-C. Dr P D Hick. _____....___ 411
1 I Let l of 51k 17 In Ward Clt,. _____ 1 7 10 0 W Mains .....n.._ 1.08 NEy of NW _of W t. :/5 6 I U U 10 D Davla _____ ....0 Unbinion. lot and run W parallel
W M Cor frao Blk n Is Ward W a A f of NWyoba'4- III C 3 Durllng ____ 1.50 with old lot 70 ft. S 105 ft,, --
City 7 .0 Dr A I R..II. ---- 8.88 of : 8 J E 106 ft. N 08 ft. W 85 ft.
I I.ma, i i 7-'JJ-o---iiiik"i; in w4' W"4 NE-----------------: __a'l 5 22 2 A T Paul ,_ ____:...._ 1.87 N9fttobeglitNWy4", of SWW
L' i I CI,. ______ 7 .0 Mrs AIft..tta Shrlv.r ____ 28.80 W 5 A of Ny I or NW\.o or NW'4.2/J 6 as 5 Wm Thoma. .____ 8.53 In Starke -------------------4 8 22
': i IuU 14 12' of BIk 19 In 1 Ward W of NE\4\ "I NW4 of I IJI 5 T L Guerry .._________ 1.811 One lot in Starke bounded E by Unknown ______.. 511

.: Cute. .11. .:.. __ _._ 1 7 .0 L A Brown __._ 17.14I" 1'1 fltAI __.-.116. 5 12 Buy 81.: N by land of A L AI.Ivan _
Lot 1 of IIIk 21 In Wand City ______ 6 7 10 iI T Stewart ._ 11.13 B 1- -!!,"DC--SWl4- "_;____:::2/ I 13 II Mm Lillian Walker _________ 11.88 *. W by W M Ed ard... A S
Lau 1 8 V oC 81k 21 In Ward Com at SW Cor of SWW- of SEW\ 1.1 Mr. Lucy F Uarrell. ______ 12.17 l by lull ..tn\ NWW of SWU _it 8 22
j Ct, 6 7 20 Mrs Alv.retta Shrlv.w 17.84I A run E: on See line 410 ft to Com 16?to ft E ft NE Cor of- IIIN S 1\1 W.11e ________. 411
LOlA, 2 70 of 111k 79 I------------- 6 7 III Bloaham Ward __ --N 1.51 a pt of beg. thence N 860 fir fi: Ilronilway A Hoyf .. on N aide ,

I n; Lota 8 1 1 II oC Elk U In Ward IBS ft. S 060 ft. W 198 ft. to of Hnyt ., A run E 10B ft, N 105 ., '....

i. Cty, u ____________ __ i 7 10 Mm O..na aodwta __ 1.00 .... ........28 8 22 ft W lOG (t, S 106 ft to beg In
:F All lIIk 2A .,. lot 1 In Ward City __ A 7 10 Bloxh.m Ward __.__ '.11 All -bEW: of SWVi--"E ofly A NMiof 3 Jams W. Willi..... _________ 7.80 Stark ? ---------------.......211 6 22
, Com at R1'J 'or of AEL4 of 8W'4 aJ St\4: of 8Wy4 of SWW d Com '115 ft E of NE Cor of Broadway F H B"I. ----_ 4"'
run W 10y.I..N00ydatoS. 1 A -----26 5 A Hoyt its on N aide of -41tlll.-
I h..undarll 01' W.rd City thence II: Com at NE"Co of NE"w"of' IIJ'W'4 211l Mrs Lucy F lUrrull ___?_ 25.17 Hoyt al A run N lay ft. E B-to

1' 6 along .Id boundary 183 yds. A run W 1160 ft to a pt of beg. ft. S 105 ft, to Hoyt It, W 12 to
I ahrna S 80 yda to be"", .a W 15r S 210 ft, thenoe 18 : ft to beg in SUrke .. ..lit
_, ______________________ I 7 108M.. AlvaN". Shrlvwr --L 7.70 thence ft. M' 225 ft W 111 degrees__ Com HA7U. ft! K nf XIE. -r--V __. 6 22 C H twat.. __Un 1004....
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;i4 ('d'n at NK Cor:rff; Abbott 41t J :' ...- .. _..::; :26 IJ Broadway: A H-.I.o-n;; ; N .IJ
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'I' lot A ft. 8 Si toof NWy of NWN\ of 1 Mary Jan Robenca ...... 3.Oi'0 of "YM' A run N 105 ft E: 62 to

, I / a W 75 ft N 240 ft, to bg In SEW Nft of 8W\4 of NWW: .__.._27 6 22 !t. S ft to Hoyt at, W 62',
\ or awi\v-! __.__________-___ 8 7 20 a III B""III __ ....... 15.3 Lou, 2a 16 In Woodlawn, ......_u II p0 M D.vU . 19.2!2 ft to beg In SUrke ..-.." .-.":'8 g 22:
! ,' f Coin Cur of SE44 of :' Lot 2 In Wou 1 i a run E 220 yds. N .NO yda. Lot. 66 66 17 Oil In Woodlawn _H 1 U 10 S H Tbompaon ____ 3.2(d IIlk 8 R N

. ; boundary oC Ward City. 'hono. W Lou 26 27 In Woodlawn .. _-e-_,12 aa 413. W E Green _._.......,._- 11.8. on Bald, boundary 220 yda. thence 8 All Nk'', of NWW of NWW ax tty 10 N J Smith ____ 11.73 Loo12 15 III ter C R Mark. _____._. 7.Z1

: ,' NOV.Y''f:: to hog" ex F Jo) it -----. 17 10 f Mrs Alv..tta Sbrlv.r e.-- 12.83 right of way -___________.6 22 A In N Eor; of urK L SES L.
NWV1 a NWy4 loll Lot 1 In teilUville embracing N 80 Mrs Lucy F, Harrell _.___._ 22.211 Col-.f 20 ft In !
i flU, oC 8Wy4! 01 NW'H. ------1 10 Mra C A Lowla ___ 18.0 Hi of NEW: of 5 22 : SB Coy :fta KW fS--' 22 Q C Sweat ________..____ 4Ui
BWy} of NW44 ---------------1$ 7 III 411 H.mp P.d".I'", ____ 1671NW's Lou 16 21 In 1'.stavllf.: "'Th.S5 n Mra Lucy F Harrell ______ 26.31Lo' 8.0. M9 a run W 117G f' to tSf tutMary

oC SWI 6 W14 of W4 ofNEy4 W of NEW A NfcW of NWWH6: I 12 lln. of E W drlggen land thence
or SW t ... s 2 A ______13 7 10 4N F J Drat Est 14." 18 20. In PeeUvllle I embracing ti U J J Strong .___ '.80 Non raid line 242 ft to a pt of

n RWIoo of NW% -U T .0 40 H 11' Warren _____ 11.7' \to of NEW A. NWW_ II 12 beg. then*. N on ..Id lin.,474,
J S'Yt' of SWy of NE':. a S'Y' of-8 WW of b:&:W NEy201014' A E 7.93 13 Wm Strong'" M-,_t.__ 8.14 ft. W 8611 ft. S 478 7.R E 8.0 ttOn'
t;y4 or NW'4' a N4!: 01 8W'H.aNw'4 of beg "
NEW A N tot SEW 29 8 22
\ NEWof :: 'IENO& ------
of 1111\00.:\ Ives 8 A W 01 SW\OI; Skfw\ "H* of N < A Sq of SW4 of 4 J T Hlllburn -=__?.. 11 5.

Bragg", branch a a A for Dadan WW\ of SEW!: _.___-36 II aa SEV L ____ ,29 6
0 d ernrvtary _- __.__.___.___14 7 .0 IB'' Shaw a Stokes ____ 8.25 NW'4 or NEo\ 01 SW'4 8 II U 80 J M Starling 1367 All Nl!; of SElTs'SfTuVH. road 22 1 Max Kloatormaa. ..81

1 ). E4t W'4' ::l BWy4 :1 NW NW4-----------II y. : ::=:::::-17 7 7 :g 60 10 D C L ko.. : :----::: 10.16let. 11.61 I SELI/IIEIot.: of of NW"NW'If:1, W* -"-' *-W--* : 1 U 40 III J Rev A S Tyler F Wolf. _.._.__. 12.77 863 about A N a J tNoC SEU mad -of- SEya-_ _30 6 t2 rM 1.......
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4 6 ._____18 7 10 200 Unknown __ 51.11 S tl A of '
-- of NE' 4 II W4j oC NEtf of NE y4 A 8 Ceo Andrea ._ U
ESg of NW-------------a._______24 7 20 20 Mrs Martha a.tJla ____ 11.71 W'W of HEW-' -A EM--, of NW. 50 A J Bryan __. 16.14 N\oI. oC NW 4'of NE DC NE

f N'4 oC SW t. of NW44 __._..____.. 1 10 2A. Matlldo Gatlin _____ 11.71 E44, or awl,4 a W 11& or 8Wy4 I 6 U E 1J 1.a 0or SII: of t NE" ---.31 4..3L 8 8 !1Y8 t1 C C Sweat 670!
f 4 8oC\ flW 4 oC NW44-----------1 7 20 20 A D "wlur _______ 1.011 NE'4 of NWI4 .. 8 III 320 E: B\: Canovm .. 9924 W II 2.8 A of BII4: of 1'1114: .: 18 Ardall Leonard ___- 6.11
u ------ -
E' of NE'. of NE Noof ,., NW4 of :: 40 O L Underbill ... ..._, 11.72 111oold, J W Alvaro

ic, zojW4\ of 1 NE"I ot N1ft4: ______ 2 II 21' 25 Richard Griffie _________ '.51 NW'.k" EL4 oC FlWy4 _PNE'y.________ 8 6 12 2tI, E: Cain .t nrevC r of BWt4- of-----8 NW44 l la 17 Alva Leonard ____ ,9i
84\ 0" NE' of Nllft:' a SE'4 or SW'4 of NEy4.: _____ ___ EOCanoa _____ 490 A 9 1.3 chn. I2t }
10 II U
y} NEy4:! ex n A In 85 Cor ________25 I 'L 45 S D Gordon ___________ U.83 I Bto: of Wi --- A WJij o* 40 Kara A Mill. ?.___ 12.77 cbn. E 6 1.8 chn, N 12S chn.. "
I NWL oC NE'., a NOV, of 1'1114: or V- of \ 0ofNN! to beg
I ____ _. __ 10 C C Co..rt _______ 8..U ; w.oNWW 1 12 10 Mob A GII... ------------------------1 6 22 .
NELi __ __ __ 25 5 11 E"NWIoI.. or 10 6 49 ___.9.1111 9Wy fN EV4 a' ID A Ice NE: Coe 8 c....* McFaahlonAlva ______ 75''
of ---- 80 K E Hmekla" .. ... .....
BEts NW"'wn.r. \E\ 10 A ofi I N ; of NEW: A NEof" NWW A t 9.64 194 ehne by :% rhn.- 1 / U
i I N aid. of o! corn ats Eo!, of /8GW!; of NWW A. WV NWS4 of NES4 W 6 A ;; 28 Leonard _-.-..-__ 9M
NI' Cor; of said forty a run 8 5110 of SWW of NWW. __._____.10 6 21 about 8 A In Coy 1
n
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't. throes n..r'"w..rl to a Ptlso !.;'., of W.... of SEW of NWW .._10 I 22 110 Henry D Tucker 16.30 On. lot of land ft q-"i.-jjm33 27 Mr S M W.... ____ 937

, ft B 0:1: NW Cor of .&Iollnri / Etf of '4 : ___.-___.___u 8 U 10 Unknown 151 Cor of NWI!', of SEW --------.32 I M .
8'y
{ tlwnc. N ft. throb. WS of of NF-54 i of NW 20 .11.11 Spencer '.80 Com 7" yd. W of SB Green Hamilton 391s
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t; to boil ofSW'.__-_of_bri36 I II 20 H..llbronn Mn.ral, W.c.r Co. '.81 W of NEW' --.--______.__II 1 II f..NWH .of SELl run"ft
Unknown
All N.." r 9 EW of SWW of SEW: ...___. U 49 __- 111.22 : .. ,da. *: 70 ,.... 8 75
U\4\ or SWI4 ___..__________IT a 21 N'') W R MnKlnn.y _______ 23.1' EW of ... U 1 Unknown 8.63 to bee
I 9F:"Sy oC IIW'4 --..___________26 5 .1 40 Ji1 D 0.1 _.__,--______ 11.72 WIt.of NVw ofoWV4 NWW A a: strip-14 U 13 III J Homer Llvingeton ___ 863 70785. A In E,.- of- NWyj of8Eyk82 U Ann Jackeon. ___ .n
/ All BE' of NWI4 A of S J. N
NW'4 4uri ft wide. W of re 2 A
f p W L1 S river ---- I 21 40< T B llandlo -------- 11.02 Nbj of of am.----.14.. .. 6 II 711 J 0 Till __ 690 1AIn8WCorofEK of-NWy4 87 U 6 John .IIfI
/ NWW Culver 18
All Ntk ,: SEI4 iN ,,-sw-I4--ii2. Com NE Cor SEW of Ey.-of .14 1 U 20 Peter Engla: : ..111.. at i _____

1 Swfl4 fNW ? _-_-::::::::.6 n 40 uT 8 J B K.mi.t.r Handley: : : :===== 11.03 11.73: A., run at N 81)0 W 600 ft. to ft hew 8 61)0.___ft.__R'SWW._550ft __<_I 18 8 21 Lot In S\I.tEtBlk of SEli-1,--W---'Ui--of ;Ry; 0.31 it82 6 22A .1 Ed: J. Johuon ...___... U-I

7..E'' of IIIWL N-----------------$4 I 21n W B MaKlnney ______ 11.7 All Wt4ofSW'e EofnIndid! q E C Wright 10.28 Lou 6'1 t of 1I1r.la Llmln CIt, U Mary Fraaler ___ 321

All NW'M or 19 A a tree of SEW: of SEW Sea. tn 1:140: .. cf 8EV4.. W of R7 _82 <
--- M
ex 8 In 1'0\1CoP lit. S 140 tt 16 A fraa of II of I HIlTs /in Lincoln 1.18
a NEW of NEW Lot.in City 5Lw Clark ___
of NEI/4 oC NW44 A 9 HI ft of By fir SKI
w
r S .
Rt4 ; :NW'l MWW of t a Jt 160ft 22.: all K: of ry .. U A S Lou //I 47 of Bit 6 In Lincoln City \t J J honaon ____. S.8
S44 In S
aN Bold H of 8BH. W of
A E of pubh.d Saundttra Ry _.at
NWI: -- 6 22
160 It oC SEL4of N In Sec. 22-..... 10 16 11 ,,..____22 111 Lot 1 of Blk.1 In Llneoln City Ed J Johnura L __ 1,11
150 n or SW\.o 'oC NE", W of A frat of EH of SEW See 16 a .* Unknown __ u 28.87 InLot S l, of SE... W of Ry ---32 a ,,
.. puhllo --------------$4 6 It 60 ildlbtnnn Mineral W..r Co. __ 58.R4 fraa l' 5 of Bh| ? In Llneoli City Ed J
of NEW l of NEW: oae. 11. John on .. ......__ ua
oC .. __. 40 J
NFt. .::18 5 2\ 'r Moore n.u In
NE44 sty8E4.. w of
W of __ Ry
_._ ___
,. 8W4y or 8WL4 00 _. ,.___ _38 5 21 43 E E Green ______ 11.7.NW'H. Nina ry -W-aide---of it tl 8 SS Unknown 7.SO N'S' or SEy4 of8W4 Ni'i si a eiA Fred
A on, NWW at SWW _. ... Alb.rt'3t 1.88
of NW",: __ ____ ________ I a aJ 4") E W G..n 11.11 .. --" ....- SW\4\ -
N 1 A for .. ----
church .: -
P:" f NW'. oC .. .. 31 2'Jam.... : _.____-a 11.71S& Eleven: A Cor IT 8 U 1 Felix Coodwine ; .... 4 bell .' 8W -*-NW.--- S83 1 21 60 0 C "S...
7.w-- 9 enaghas l/.b/. corn at NB of NWW' ,, Coon yJ.of Sweat _____
01 sm.'.. ______ ____ I 21 411 J R McCl ____ of *. _* _tun W ft. E! 'L
j 88yfs: ___________________ 7 1 IL Ifll' C A Smith a Co. _-a 45.10 f4 tlW44 E 1050 ft.run N W 4511 10811 .A.. II /&* n 4011 It. to toad Iin.. thense Vi
Ji or NF.II" .-h----_- a I II KO Unknown ____ 13.117 NU of SEW of St to be.I7 SS 11 Jeff Laa __ 10.18 88. ft to bra _
NE'4 ___._ --
11) U --------.33 6 II
'Nor: 8W' NWL: NEW of KaWW14 of __. U Julia Ooodwlne 11.71 1II11 of .x II A is NW R 0 Oaann I .1)
F.4"o zf"N Cor3S ..
ty ; Not of SEW ------- .21 6 U 10 H C Mbermaa" __ f NWSf4 1 U _-.
of Blk 1 8 of { 9.63 SEVL a E 4 of 11 Mm g 25.V
R W Fannie
8Wy4 "SE" of IIW h ______11) I II 2f1'Unknown' _ .. U.IISf of W Una I of Iy1n. B Nw yo. 8Wy4 of DuboMO ___
,\I'of !lW'.. _______________..11 8. IL Nn" A II Aivar.e ___ "..711NtIJ. Temples sub die NEW.: of iJWW I In Threw A In SW Cor -of31 U d0 C ,..
t '. or NC... ________________ 6YJ 11 .0 Mr. Annie AI._ n.7' Com at NW Cor of land--U.. 112 1 gofun Rlcby SO.4B or of8Wy4 8wst 28NWa. -
n.nl
SID E F of I..t 1 8D, B C o by !'I of48w'4 of 8W'j 8
q II
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ElmIra King, B: aide King Chandler I *
on cf A '
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D of lot of UII 18 in Sampson fcl ry J :1' : .. L.1I.IX. :: ,: N 8W I s I 20 LU.i. 6.60
run at right OT- A .Is B.
City _____ _____ 4 7 .til J C Raulanon __ 17.11Lot E Hne of Sea. 11.angle theuoe to N ry 0': I A for church __33 Fickering _
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of BIk k of 14 S .t
Lot Bile
I 11 I Bee 874
ft E of
SW Cor of 1. B
.aid line 0
Center
sec to Qnann
{ V sliest In NW\4\ x..11.06
4Lot Blk In 0'
1 of 11 SampsonCity
: 8W34 a run N
S '1. .e_____.___._________ d 7 11 Unknown .... utreet Tempts: I sub div. theaae. W on aaidbeen : E 157 ft. th.n. N 174 72i darcm.
' tpit ,1 W t A Dr 8t or 8WL4 of NEV.6 7 11 4 John Pridaese_ '.011 to .Dec to In ry,4t60se.NB:8'4,slag exVwhl. W 681 ft to ry right", or derre.e way_, Q1
alb of 8Wt a 81f& of SW's ofd' 'hma. 8 .
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85144
SLV! ...___ _______ a 7 11 '1W E Edntoodsos __ ST.U .Iota or pleeea aa have neretofore ..I lfttfui.with_.ry B 1411" f.
of \. N -of bran..b deeded ---'- __.....11 SS 14 Lou!. Burma 147 toTSrH 861 ft 1' 6 T'
y AIN 2WI4 NEy. ________ I T 11 80 W II Edmoadeso __ ...,., Com on N N line parallel with Ry 82 All NWW of" 8W-----[-:------.-----_M I 11 I Daa
NWy4M.- ft from SW Cur of NWW ". w Bora ... ._. 1.18
4 iA NW\4\ of _______ 8 7 11' 40 Unknown 11.71 of In SwTer; a.
:\ .__ II f II 100' F. E H.n..kl. ".50 Blk 1 8 of BIll]: A run 9Y .i 8W14 +F(70... of 8 4 __. 5 7 IL NO Water Raba4os _ II.V7 B parallel with Ry Hi ft. theme a run 8 34 chill.BWS4 W U 32 WI' 1Dd___ ,..-'fit ...1204
inn.
1'184: 01 N>flS4 .tar t In 8W-CoP1G T IL IT I 0 W.a 11.71 thenoe at right N anglea with Ry 330 ft. N to N I'lin. of 8W' .
NW 01 BE44 a W% or NII'4 ..rIt. .I.--& Ry 146 ft W thence B: ? 01 8
y7. to be ..
.... 6 9 01 SWtof N1\4 _.12 T II 80 H A Prseotl ".01 thenee W to begr. '" NW o4 8* NBvT of SEW ex 8 A in SB---------33 II G illB
NE',4 of $Wy 4 .r N1I4: _____1. T IL 10 H L Atkto 1 oO __ 1.11 of SW54ofBlk10.8 R f 5 Sra 'ia SE of Coy -S4 0 13 SI C Swat .
Cor : It L .'1
ft N NEy4.
of NW\4 a NW\4\ of NW'4 belmj 88W A 8 by tall ft ]I : I Orlffki 11
-Tlt.IDrIII:3
:
: BE'U
"r NEI'NIt -I' 7 11 50 B H Buena? __ 14.51e A W. ales a pi.or lad U (t of IE" 1 .8 1 Hear, .
NW,, of, ii4 a N Of NA8byUOftBAWoa8 .-----.64 I U Darla 1.7.
gwV4 or oUtYo _____1. 11 4" Waiter BobertIoe 11.01 aide. of N14 ef SEW of Bill 1 8 SE'4 10 A or la 81C NE\o\Cor, ofNNW'.----S1I.-._ I 22 10 C R ...... -_-_...-_ Uti

NW'4 a N or NW.... of 8W\4\ _-11 { 21 ii''l R H Jones 61.11y4 Coat of Rill line In Tesp1.Ysub div .tl 8 SS MattW Gayoaxi *. Anal La* StvOT 10.10 helsa $4. ft B a W b1 of .. 40 : II Coleaiaa 1 ,. ,...,. 11-71
W NW'4 of Nl:14: 20 L B Hall .011 on a mnniner parallel" with 73$4 l
-- ; N ..
Late 1 f I 4 a f... sos .. 7 t1 ifill Jsuw Reysodt __ .'.71 of Ry' 81 ft Hfl e Co t '4" S s : ----:...----fe 4 12 to ceo" 1
Blk 1 S .. R 1, II A roa N .. .... .. 11
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0r' __Ojp.wJIDII yl;: N48 .5 of KBit ----_-.38828 4-) O C TllUx. lI.n

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FRIDAY JUNE 22. 1923. BRAl>FOR COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PA<5K: SK:>' KN::

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T.... I IVarranta 'iMUnd .. -..__-.--...-__ faNUTICK
V..erlpUon S.e. T. R. A. 0"he, LotI.. TAMPA SOC1TEY AWAITS TKIALSUOoriNC with the chauffeur and a footman in experienced fair men in the countr) Balance June 1. 1023 __.______ ____8t>71.U
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) OF MILL1UNA1KECh lack and (.colil )livery. She built a The new manager has already taken Itrainaie rundBalanev

<1E _.______.____85 11I: 40 Q C 1 1f Miiy 1, 1923 _.___.___....... 1.10
;", 8& Elio of NIi: of N 100 T J Ar.r: -,.-J-----.- 11.111 second palatial) home. She and Raymond charge of the work in Florida and is Utriu-iM iiiutnv iiioiilh' --..u___._...

.____ __._____._ _. 23 L M Laan ", EUlCb IINW'4 ttanM \> iu Fame On bought citrus in Tampa going rapidly ahead with the plans I Warranta" hiaiieil .____...-.._.......M.Dalancu .
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------- 18.0'oV na lleauty a grove ......... ....
_________. 22 40 J A l'ot.m.n Jtlnv I. 1112,1 .. Ut
Cor of NE of SW'4 ------------- 11.111E I Scren and Soii.il) Hccognilion! Then where they went for the whiter.As for the 1923: exposition. I Wid..... rVntlon ri>nd

20 rda. S 20 rda. W 211 UivlnnciMay 1. 11123 ................ 144.43;
..... to b." _________ 31 ? 22 n .... Eli..be b 01'"'on. I.n 1 4rllflh: Ctunt's.FIGIU'S the time went by, Evelyn lost The agricultural/ horticultural! and 'f'Meiita durlnff. month ..._.........

,W"1." _____.__._________ 2 1 2:1: o M. 101 lIum.1I ---- I I'W'4 Inter"t", \Chattanooga\ / just as she livestock exhibits will tha Warranta Uaiird .. _____________
Unknown. ----- 211"1SW'4 occupy llalanvo ..____...___... 144.42
_____n_________ 2 ? 22 40 11.710 Juno 1. ID2
ex 18 A In NW --- ------ TO FKEE: SPOUSE: had lost in New york. She and Raymond first place( in rank of importance at Atrlrultural FundItalanoo .a .

2 ? 27 C Jllul'lu .__._.__ Muy 1 I. Ifltfl ............_ 1.1S ,
-- ----------- ------- 2J: u___.. 8.64 1 l built third beautiful house in M
NE I... II A In NE: -- n the fair thin year. Tho fair wns organized Hicoipta I durlnv month ............M*. '
8 ? 22 811 T J Aldo""IID 1a.ol RitSIt It.iutiful llomcD in New York Tumpu.Aftei. for tho Hariaota: :mi.ui d 1 .. ......... .t ,
'IE'I;;;.--i 'Ali: i: -- ------ i primarily developmentof llnlanoe June 1. 1023 _.__._.__....... l.U

______________.__ 8 ., 22 30 W W Colum.D .-h____ 11.00 i ijJ Chattanooga und Florida-::\tukr'' two >ears of hard work to thcsu interests, und according ton June 1. 19U.!
...!:;'''' 8& 8E'Ii' of NW ._ 6 7 24 80 G C B_. '.' -----______. Her Fortune.Tampa Uradford county.State : ..1
!;' "t NW'' ot NW.4 4 .7 22 II (J C B.c --.------ 0.80 I IS" .. train the social success that seemed report issued from :Manager Strip- of Florida.I J

'>JW ,- of IiWt. _______u_ 22 20 Uhknown .-..--- 0.80 I eternally) to evade l her, she finally plin't cilice! the committee has resolved tiervtiy certify. that the lorrirolnir .lalrmoulof .
"; 8E14 of NW thu iwnliila' and dmtunrmenta of ttiefunda
.\ In NE. Cor of ..mo __ 1\ ., 22 Androw J lID kao n. --.---- '.80 I IIW m., June 16-Twelve years Hid! Tiniipa! at her feet. She was in n\oro tlian over to puuh tha educational of [tradford.. County for the month i>fMay. .'
Co, of 8W ofIE'Io! 19i8! .U tmo and. correct to the bt.tof
end 1 of the fair to tho
!': ,RU ft. S 180 ft, W ,,80 i ilWJ.I ago a beautiful demure child of tho ha mtuT circla of society in Tampa limit my knowli.ilue and brlluf.i I .Jo!"'

.J rt to bo" ____________ II ., 22 a Amv L.. -.------ 4.13 I IItl South, Evelyn Farias stood behind Her $.">{""UOO'ot.th of jewelry commanded The fair then of course will be, ft\rut.an \I \\'. AI.IIRRMAN.SEAt. ,\
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.u NW of SE'4. ( .) Olrrk Circuit Court.Uradford '
.Ii all SW'4' of SEIJ: I ISE the ribbon counter of a department attention. cilucuUomU institution, but the; County.Uy \

t) & N of of br"n.b SW &N .ot,,1 .. storu of Chattanooga To mi., and The Muunhtem/! of the American amusement cm! will not bo overlooked! C. A. KNIGHT.Douiity Clerk..

II 7 88 D. A. J loa6 ._._____ I IfV. and) of tlu and most diversified
iW ;;; ;r If'i w 22 03.00 dreamed of no me day shining; in so Ruvolutinn, the most exclusive society ono grcutcst -

II ., 22 :I G"/Il. Johilion ----.... 1.08Sl ciety. utuimiUon i : of Tampa docided entertainment programs that :NOTICE OF FINAL MMCIIAHftKNi !' :\ t
: ". 8 --l r-& called has ever been presented in the South : tiro I, hi rrhv. irUrn t.i nil uhom It may J'
',. of 5E &; 8 of I Now with a short but remarkablecareer to uv:: < performance concern Unit no thi Mh dny of \Ul\'"'", A. I I'. ,
....!.:I. & 8'1 of Nb: __ 8 .7 21 aa J.m.. Roynol"" ------... n.18"r behind her and with her feet 'Tho )...dlw..." The leading role was will bo arranged by Manager Stripplin. 1VJK. I hall apply lo the Honorable H. .\.
,[) ot NE ____________ 7 II 2U ""rah A. 1I1..h-- ---------- ..01 Grcifn n>iitilv. judu' <'. ai juiluo. of. imibate. firm
NE'' 8& XWY. of at last actually on the upper runt given to Evelyn.: She was the hit >' dual ilu.i limy.' iw .uilminlatratrljt ,.r thurelato
., 22 60 G 0 aw..., __...:.__ ____ of (iioik'i drcraaml nd that
-' .u. 18.101 The dates for tho next fair has be > i
'::04t : ij-;; of the society set of Tumpa, Fla., she of the I'M-iunif. In n gorgeous spanged "n at the eami* .: /t lfl\:: my final' iiewunta -

8 7 ::00 Vnkno..n \ .. .. :8.110 i and set for November 15-21. adnnnliitralilx of lalit ainla
2:41: an relate
----- --- -- is fighting to free her husband nt go\\n, she danced and sang
1'1d --w;; ; w-- I ISf .k fur tlirlr approval.I'Mnl ,
E uf Ry ______oo__ 8 7 22 1 n..It.' Odum -.------- 8. 8NE. liberty under, bond on two charges, won the admiration and applause of I- June 5, 1U2I;L .J"IIII.7.27 J
; f. ________n__ .... U 7 22 40 J E Sulllv.n ----.--- .. Ii i MRS. MM rtnYAN.
.. eX 10 A In E CorI\ ., 22 11'1 C Ii M..rk -----------.-.- 8.89 one of second decree murder- Tiimpu for throe evenings running.Planned .'Ujt. cu.xo in o iO t-t !/..> Ailiiimlmnttrlx.." : \

';B '" .----.----1 0 -. u 20 T .I Aldo'm.n, --.---.---.. Twice married and in possesion of Celebration illtl't: ,:U "r. ml. niiwy It 1'.I..t: ';i'I.fII.: .... :
NW"n' ___________.__10 7 22 40 A J Grllfi.4 ----------.-.-- 11.71 'lit '\lr h'lIh.r''10 VeiiTl! i 1.I'd..a" TO IIIMIKUHS \_
\!;' SW ot 8E of a fortune acquired in some way she Kayniiind, )Bennett planned a cet'- tiutom.y" iflipvrtt" lihmit Pill*' add you lau aTi'il hlda will be n.colvpil tiy the lloar t tcif \ '11
_____________________11 7 22 6/1/ J. 1\1 L.n..l.y. f4.8 3 I II. ration! dinner at their country homu HI n '<. t iiutuilliin: : Pi,lift H,; Hnil 'I.r..t.. .>K of Hrailford. (;""I1'Y. !I.',or*
__________\._____ 1 24 40 III.. Eha..b\.h Gr7li7------ has declined to reveal in court, she "''n. at lliv otridi, of the fWrvtarv. of the Uourdat
I. ,.W'l- ______ ____ 1 2 Cuu '1'11.. Suuthorn C.ltle I..;jl I INE" is taking her wealth to vindicate her 14 miles from Tampa situated on Mtarli>, Moriila. until 2 o'elnck. p. fn..
________._.______130.09 PK1ITKIN\ FOK F.I.KCTIONTo : : Juno li*. IU..M., anil' nt ,tlmt tlmo puhllflly opuned -
_________________13 _. 22 40 T Alderm.n ---.-------- 1/...0NW second husband Raymond O. Bennett, 'Lake I'i'nnett." The rendezvous for Ihu tluanl ..r Public Innlructlon of ....- forC'onHtvurtmu
.. 51!. of NW I of font (;u..I,. 1'lurlda.Vi M till 'aiMiniilmutoly AOO( fut
SW" ______________:_18 7 III 160 :II..... E B V... 40 Ji\, a well-to do young; ChattanooKa! I the guests after the performance \ I tli.. liniti'miifniHt' quallfl clrctore. of loiiir at the mirth ntipmauh: :: to the Snntn. Fnrliir t
: & NEof NWI. ___16 1 24 120 E D..... :_:_:::=::::::: 31' and football hero who. the "Fullieu"vu, at tho Alhambra Broolivr and I'liif Hill, .uholinol _______________10 7 22 "" III.. E Ii II..... u____________ 2"U1'' society man h..hy 'lulitlo'l, your' llrniiirnlile Kimrd 'louraut HOtM:: :) rti. yd. nW.I"1'1:: : : ': tnnybu
,:.1 II. ___.______________18 1 Jt2 4n In.. hey l'oll.rJ 1112 1 1W" apparently has aroiiHed a love which I (Cafe a Spanish lestaurant.: uu an vlt'ollim lo iU>u>rmine .nhittu ur norn Ht tho office' of 'lite county mmini-rr.
8& NW'4. of 8E'18' 1 22 HI} J II I'ollard :':.::::-==: 2 11I still In mil ci.r ,diKlrkU nhall b.. cnnaolldaloil. to electtlmv The Kimrd nwrvoa. the rluht", to rejvcl any
llutho'L'el. costume
I _________._______11 7 22 ..n In... Iv..y !'olla.d ------- 22'U7 her first\ husband, William S. Gill, did The niieKts Iriitttmitt' anil ili SW'4 N ot Rio' ______10 ? 22 811 J Huml' Jon.. ----.-.----- 6X'U not awaken, a.ml) who killed Herbert at the quaint littlo restaurant mllluiie. to lie tuiMiweiwI J JISItfiietl W E. TORtlDR.: '
ald John T Sm'lh .. Chairman Pro Tim.Sivnlary. .
K..lo. to Hampton19 1 22 ----- ----- I Iron.I'ko. C. A. HJTCII. "
4 II e of Ulk 16 In lI.mp. :M.: Caruthers, a rich and socially poweiful when two men came in. Herbert M. 1'. M. II.MlKFOOf 6-l -M8uaSOTICK
.____ .___________________10 .., 23 John \\\fulllld, ------- ---. A.o>.".1 Florida who hosnys (Taruthers wealthy lumberman who O.! B. CXILHON. ,
7 8 0 ot Blk 14 a Lo.. I IN.4 lumljcrmun TO CONTUACTOH9f ,
It. A. WI '
U k : 10 1 23 A A M.Donald _._________ 42.98 treateil beautiful Evelyn too bad, 1 Just come back from a dance nt 1. W. I'INMOLSTGIl.BISKS.! JK.T. $ .nlt>d mil* will bit rvootved. by tha HourIof
oijE" f" J o'.n ,, '
& C. llond\ TnmtM-a. of Uriulftml rounty. Mnr*
:! of NWY. IcJI. A I lijthlly) in u public restaurant. the Tumpa Yacht ami Country Club, I. MOIMIAN.HA/EN. Id',. nt lb.. ml Urn of tha Swrvlary of thn
__ _._ _____ 188 In.. lv,,. Poll..d 40 4 Florida, until it'olttck .
c.,. '. __ n 20 7 23 V. Grose bank clerk. II. 1'. OMNKY.K. I I ; board nl Hliirki' it it.m.
; n ,2"A In SW Co. __2/1/ 1 23 'I" W Ulo
I / 20 ., 23 o Frank.Adam.. __ 6.U1 Hv ilyn Farias in her quest for The two men caught sight of the I.. M. U,'\I'IoIIS.: holy niwned for. .onMrurtintf: or tin* I
"t f-sw!, .- : M. I'. M .\TliBNY.JNO. l.iw In* thn follow tnir mada or ncctlnn* nfrv.ut
ot __ 13 J V JOh.. 4.68 table of society people ftill in costume. in llrndford\ ,
.11 BE Co. ..mo __ ____20 1 23 ----- happiness. 81IKIVKU, countyiKoMil
W Cor of Lot 4 SD of at Tridl Caruthers walked I over to tho J. I.. SlIltlVKK.D. : N'o. I. .llrookur. to Plntti Adi IUm.1 l No.
r Society W. I1V/.KN. liMi'|iit xtmi.t. '. li'itulhKA milt*.
'it \-f; }t, 1 8 lt When the trial of Bennett was opened table. He spoke to Evelyn very cor A. A. 1IV/.KN, TUu i h.I.1 I "|iiinntit.. of the lu inii tin .whlf
7 2l Ethol Smith ______.___ 8.91I 1'1'O.nll) vru tlolrtil. .rw ni>i>r -------- -------------- fl. M. III'.VIUM. '
...0,, L' SWII. __________21 1 22 eo .ank Adllm. 001 hero it was necessary before thopreliiiiina'i dially. Then he turned to Bennettand I V. AMXII'.WS>, : ,
68 In.1 lv.y I'ollrd- : :::=:::: 2 Clrnnnir. untl writlihinir. .. ?3 ::6 aormi,
NW ex 12 A in SE Cor21 1 U .... J. l n. HAXTEU.I. >
f till IJrooklyn Land Co. ... / hearint for Justice of said!: F.envmion, UK.""" eu. yil..
SW ____ ___25 7 2Jt -- ------- 8\\ .. U IIAINI'.Y.;
:>II Cor of :; ; dW the Peace .1. 10. Williams to ask of- "I can't drink a toaot to you bo- From I'in. HIM \Id,nU ittiiotihift. irriidlnir. 'iltO, Hlatloitv,
W ec 1 A for egurch .____ 1 7 22 'I .1."le Hi.k.on _____.__ .. I R. H. OUKKlMRS. : : 38 \Incti plpo. 40(1. ( (1/1rk/:: 'I
E\4.\ ot NE ,. __n____ .__3 1 22 10 John T. SmJl" ------------ v.wl .01 ill!.SON, .' : incli |flH, *, l. !0 ;
orSWI S or It SrriH'tuntt. lll.ntiO ft l''<>.r<1 nivimtir. ..
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eating 1) J. !:
10' by U. C.tlFEN
and
ot W'A __ __ __28723 38 L L ,'d'nbnuuh -.----- for newspaper men, attorneys and thedefendant's wish yni luck success \. --1'Kllh.NCV.. ittty mirfnrlnit mntfrlnl. 6,000 ou y.1.( .
.,t NW'I. 8 ot Rio' N' I famil)'. Every inch of this pitUlui 'II cre's to ).ou." \. I.. CIIKRNV : Mixinw, i.nd iihnpJitir miiul-rlny, aurfucv jt8.,
'\' && w t, of 8E'' of reached, for K. IIOHi.HI.AMUKII '; (too ai|1. yiU.
7 23 1111 JIf\ :.r..11 ------- UU I space in the room was crowded wllh1I1"lI1h..rs With tliis remark he 1I1OMAS. 6-15-4U7-A All work to ho tinni tn acnortlnnr* vrltlii

;" -Cor ;;fiir\: ; irr20;; who the pickle dish in front of Bennett i ---- .- --- .- -- i KM plntii* nnij iimtnirUdim, in>rtuml prnvia*
of the Tumpa nodal set
":/ Orf. 1:11.: rl'd: o I all ncqimintcd, with the defendant,, and took a handful nnd ate them. SOTICK ELECTION: : :pntiifartnt ionn.: ; irtflnl' nnil on iiruvirtiuim n(ret ft I of:' ,Itriiitffrrd np:,H::lt1rnt tuninty.larh Inn:: .and

___________________29 1 22 8 Vln., I'.rker ------.-. 6"1 are ( Py (hii |iowur vi.itfxl. In them .tv the lawaof Mil, iiiimtw\. nttoonipitnlixt. liv n c.rU.
tilE Cor ..f NWa,:. of NW I and the decrtised.Hennett Then Bennett IIlIswl'retl : t'loitilu, tlu< uuuril uf publle ItiHlrtiolInn, ifUrnilfnul IIrd (thfMJl* nn n I'tinh In 'Hrtitlfitnl. county.
.._________________._. ., 22 8 1-'lnm.' ... Knott &: Pitt .____ '1.111'E "You seem! to be mighty familiar I cuunly li >rol>y ctilU eUvtluna I to beIn ntiiil_ |riyHlilu In I'. ,\. FtiU'h mtcrtttary. Himrdof .
-- 2U U 40 "nknown ----- 11.72 was bound over on Rcl1aJ'e I lit. ;imi* In tho, llruokir iHiclul,, IIIY: achiMilillMtrlot lloiiil' Tnwt" ..!., for IKii twr cunt of tltaniotitit ,
) f f 'NW!' ;';' -A ,; with strangers.' Us n wonder they allow anil vno In ]'111" Hill iipi'elul, ln< .rhoiilillntrlct. titd., IM ..vloh.n.. of irmul. full h aitJn
and
,. .11 s 0NW N of of second decree murder to intrmlnu! whifUirr or lint tlu.triltMrict >* u tfiiarnntc thnt If nwnnl| tho eutttrat"ttho
,\ In N Co. ___.____20 ., 22 eo H 0 Knot to __.____.______. 10.08 held tinder $20,000 hondo Within 10 ,people like you here. This Ismy ''* Hlmll .bo. "..".ullll.... I. Ui I'lrnt Ihrrctriwt I hlilihr. will "iti',iita 111* cunlriut nnd niv
1'( on N .Id.. ot G S ,. and I don't want you 'fH and to determine, the anmiltit of mil- bond. in rttqtilrvtl.I'lu .
vht of w"y 3UO tl E oC minutes! uftt-r the bond was fixed,) itwat party Imti, Ui lit* ..........d. 1'hln olvol, Ion nhall, belidil < rluht .. rt-ai'rvtM. tn rrjf.rl any or all
11run E 405 ft. N 6X2I' around so take tho hint nnd, leave. Hiitiinlny July ". 1U2'I.: bill.
fl. Ii 882 Ct. to .,t ot b.... sif/ued.) L. W. KICKI.ITKIl.: "I'liinw an.l aitvclilenUnna may IM ..i'n at tho
7 2J a J M MI1".n .________ 2.71 Bennett however did not (rain his LeftMth Woman 1C. It. WIGGINS. __ .. Chairman..Sicivlnry nffiut* uf Uift, aoiinty. nwlnt'er. and ooptM' uf
t, ',.fS .:t ;.I'. ciO Shortly after nil'of] the Bennett II.11-41-7-0 lh.> HiHTiftontli'im, inav b* olHuiitml, rmrn tlmKMntary

_____________________30 7 23 .. W.11.r Whlttcn -----.---- 12.02 freedom with the signing of the bond with _._--- -. -- -- of thn tMiard Ht 12 5H |>nr' copy.l .
I Lake Bennett uf th 1 laiiM lo obtained from
left for may
InHH.. : :-::::::::::= I .: 1I -_-_ :_:::::-:::- 2:' bucau.se an affidavit signed by W. S. party hinmclf and unfit FOU Pl'iu irATK:v HIM KftircUiy of ilu> IHiard nl (U Kti"' iH 'h.V I .
u P J l'.a... .:. -: aau: the Reserve the exception, of Bennvt In Circuit Court. SlHl uf FlnrUln.' RluhlllJiuliclal \ B 'IDUUDE.C .
7 2.1: ------- :McLarin cashier of Federal
l'l ::: n xau society woman Clrruit. llrailronl County. In chan- A HITCH t'lwirniHit, I'm Tom.Ri .

.' ______.____________::10 7 2:1: W a s., la _____________ 6.31 I'I'fl Bank "it Jacksonville, Fin., requesting n woman companion, a is at ciryUlniK'ho. Jnrilnn.t'iimplnlnatit.. 1 ..r.irjry. 5-1 I S-ftt-e-a:

NE' I..... Hy r.hl of wnyW"I a preliminary hearing concerning of Tumpii whoso name pre I :WV;. 'TrH.r-j-Ti;; ; ; ; (: ITIICfl .r-ji:; !| *: l

..t :NE .. NJI\4: \ of 5E ___________ 43.29 sent withheld. .. I MKNTs \
__
_____.80 22 laR J lit MH w.1I extradition of the defendant .
110 of t E .. ,,, .
) rcrMvttl thMni.il
.IiE' ; H. R .lorilnn.Dpfirnilnnt.. "I"I 1 tii P'*"" will hi i.y
NIV :: \ Iv..r- ,? : i 12 .i crc r n.-.- _:_::::::::: aU: : to DcKalb County, Ga., to answer an Finally l Ijeniictt ami his companion' I 'I'riiMtiHHi. lit th. Town nf "HliirU". Fl* r-
I gut und left the restaurant. They It atiiiearlntc bv afriilnvlt' nplicnilntl to tho l 1.1.l .. .unitl 'I uu n'oliHili p. m on Jntt. ufl. JU'J.t.
:: .oe1i"sn liF": n IXlnE indictment ihnririnn assault and attempt up Mil fill"! In II'. al.OVf, >tnl.d enuae that K. !I. for .ui tlit' hit *(|..hnnr"L mi tlMlctl, bvlow Tim
.. had jURt crosxcd the struct on the .Intilitn.. thi> iliifc-tiilant thoivln nmniMl la anHiilcnt ,intsti hi.nl Iruhii-ra. wtll. nt thin linift npi-n' mntli
"... : _:_::_:_:::::::g i fJo'k II r,;:: 1 : : :=:::::::::: 2.n: to commit murder, made it nec- outsidu of the restaurant, nnd seated! nf. Iho Htate of Morlda.. niul eonri'Hln i.i'ni| publluly nil proiMwiiU, iirniMfrly titthmit*
11:7.1: I I'E hlinm'lf I tlmt oanmit be .
aerv*
____. ._._____ : that Bennett secure nn additional no iimrtieii t
_____ 22 40 L J Tu.n.r ecssary Mlf
_____
___ 88
I NW themselves in a roadster, when Caruthers nl upon him.' anil 1 le over tlio a' e of twiintyIIIHI ciMnilt|, >(. unj(|.., ?noh to Kunvrnt miitrnxU
:
Corot SW\4\ ot NW t I bond of $2,0(10.( Ha ffave the vi nin. it IH tlivnifurn: iirilnrflrt nmli'ly "ft K. V. A. of loc'trlml rnvruVt
.', 1:1: 314 ft. thon.. 8W OG4 '. ire a frenzy of anger, according .infill.. .nl tli'ff'ndiint Im and IH lu>n..hy r"'IIII"'I\\ ;tlin, : *> ithnitii.HM> vult curn-nt: nttit 1 Inw op:
E .101. of Rio' rlltht 'ot w.y.c. bond, and secured! his release. with Bennett I.. ai""I".r| to th* lull of complaint (tli>d. rn".1\ \ by crinlv' oil Inturrml conilHintloii ngllM "
NW ..n ,,"ht uf WHY 418 I Governor Ifardoe Thursday denied to the woman appruiuhed .iiiiHe mi or before Mumliiy t lite lllth' day of *.
I-n.. NE Rl41.: Ct to N IIn.. the car.Storien.of JIIIY. \. l>. 1112'1.!!' otlu-rwlnv the Hlli'Kallona, ofiilil t arm)** nil iUirmufl. innk of approM.nmtolyI" .
.,;.1 torI)'. then... E 2a4n\ 4. 0 the appeal for extradition to Georifia hill will M. tjiken lOA confomd by eabl I (MM) KMllnnH enrnoity.'JO .
''J: _____ ______________ 7 23 B Jam.. Jon.. --- ------- I IJW what followed differ but ,runilniit., ,/ ." '''*'Iwlll'riy. .1t'rn.llnK *olr'el rin our* .
.. nr NEil, 8 A In on recommendation: of Attorney It I I. furthor oriliTiMl that thia ..r.h'r bo puhiHhfil rent. WHtihour mntuni.
\ ';0. of SE''... of NEil, ______8G 1 22 28 I f... C A Brln.nn C.lll.. --F..din"---------- General Iluford.Judtre .. it i i. known that the two men,. engagedin unre a wi'nk for four' ennnneiltlva" wvukan lid m-rlitN ntr.<'t Hwlils nn.l bmoktU. .

:>IW''. _____,.____________86 7 2J ao 'l'h.. ("Southorn 0. _______________.__ 23.21 an altercation! and,! that Bennett tht< llrmlforil, County THl.-irrni" ">h, A newiiaifr I conn)ant cuprnnt trnnnfiirmcr.in .
W.lln.o 9 P GulTo,1 8. !, Lee J. Gibson of the Criminal | pulillaliiHl In until county and dtnte. I ,rfxl'l triinarnrm ni,
,.f N\VJI. ot NE'4' E or R) 2 8 23 14 W T Wa.k.rmnn ____-___-_ 8.01f I INW' "trial ofIlfnnett shot Carruthcrs. 'Ihla\ Junii 12 IVM. t 10(1( ft. liimtl. HUltttnuibWilpump ty)4f tmpllnr.
of SW __________ 2 II 201 20 G F ____.________ 11.72NW I Court states that the ami) drove at 0 W. AfTEllMAN.Si.ril I nn 1 vlnctrld mutiirI .
NWY. ._______.________ 2 8 2J 411 I' J 1'"tOe on the second degree murder Bennett" got in bin car ( ) ('lurk CMn-ult Court, I 1RO ft. httii'l ...hn'rll..1 type Imiirltor

.. & wy, of W',4 ,V C FOIOt..1' .______._.___ 2.PB the. rate of (HI miles an hour to his ny C. A. KNII.IIT.lli I ill M> Hurl Hflftric mntnf.
__ _____uu________ 8 8 23 tD3 _____.________ 72,83 charifp may begin Monday. I -|>uty Clorli.K. 1 10<"> n h..1 l ''""11'1..1' l 'Jw.i*.L.i r pump .n,1|
_________ _______ _____ 4 H U 320 l' TI JlonC ,, ,. homo at Lake Bennett. He arrived M. JOHNS.Mollciu .Ir.lrlo motor.ll .
1 : Oke ::: 1U ; Enl> n'H History II IHnillCI.ERKH ..... hirli 'J inch, .bfOut BO'" fj..t (
1 <r for Ciimplalnant. d"I.Ih.I B or Uf niinlton

"l of SE''.' ot NW',. ______ a a 2l '.11 Q. Wa.ka.man ---- --- I' Kvelyn who had, started l first. --- -- I conrret rwtrvolr uf 80,000 ea.

i in New York about five yearsairo. 1t"'OR1'8lHrb. nelly .
llf: &N \. The immediately went tn A n-rtlflfttl uhfrk fur tivm Cwnt ( If
a.I.51I police pir por.
LRov nlltchlnaon ---- --- and fame KU,, June \. 1H2'I.Rr : .
..f KEY.( ot Ii :'. '_ ___ \\I K 3 1110 Jubn She did! Ira in money met ei' ) uf (1I U Mnittupi utiMll' uncnnipnny' vmohhid.
.. NW of the Bennett home. They wero >pnrt nt the Cl,>rk nf thu <,trwiitt fourtn .l' t tint, lltitiil: 'I oftltv
I NE'' of NE I I' the and in tho movies. Sh.. mn< a pnynhln t nmtrtm
on stage niul for tlmitford' ( Aiinty. T'loritU. on aneount -
IiW'i of N himself The drama wan Town' of Hiiirkv. tui it irunmntiw uf unutlfnHh
,
'1 ''' NW" of \ &: W'III' 80.18 i built a fine house in Iluntington, L. bv Bennett of tavca BHuoenod for the year |11121( : tm :ttie pHrt of tti: tl>lli:r.SiiclfiFHilniw .
._ ._______ 0 8 23 280 J, 111 ,.,," -r-------- : of beautiful K. W IIAYKH.Ta hltMcr.
{W'',. of IiW __ _._ _____ 144 80 heightened I by the presence | ami I 1..uu.Uun. to *
__________________.______10 S 22 84'1' G Wa.kermnn_ _.___________ 2.111iii' T, But irhe failed to attain social Thopolire CnllwtorTo oan b.. otjtnln..Ml. from JIM.. K. f'rnlir' enntmlt*
S.1/1 ..t NE'4 ot NW.... ____11 8 2.1: 1l"kno..n\ _.______.__ 2.111rt recognition.' So she left New York ] women still in fancy costume. liradfonl County Intr i-ni.tnifr" m; Kluif Ht J..k..n.II.>|l Kin,
;'. of SW of NW\\ ____11 8 JtJ 1Unknown\ apologized: to tho "guests for County Proner by ilt'iMitUn.f onv "lollttr UI ) thitrHfor whlrK'
ot ra1i ot SW.-I0 A I In 1920 Itot a quick divorce and words to Hay 1. to bal ilim ____ .. .... ,. r.O III will I I", re I urn ml. whim ttm Dr MM. >.nl U ubmittwl -
I. liB" of SEI ot SW'14 brok..rtnt! former this ml Hion. Bennett's first I'y Bint gollicud .-___... ..__ ., .MIW.70 nr tn,. .n-ci1c( .,tlonii ruiurn.'rf .
attain, a newspaper 1'riiiMxiMt. Hhetll b* vitlvd *"| mlilrfflattfil W

'i .l'Plw:: tE ': man of New York, who was in I the police were: June I. tn bal ilUo ______ __ _.__4110.01\ hon. fS 8 Land Co. ____.___ 24047n I "How la he 7" Fine end Forfeiture lMnd trui.t4rMi rtwvrvc th r) ht to r-
F.eUJI'n; :_ .:__ 1J 23 711 B"kl n Kurope: at the time, knew abut It. Miiy I. tn bal due ....____........ .. .. 7RR.ORHy 1.rt any tt. n.1 bldn' or .. purehiw* .uh portion
SE Co. of hat porllnn of. after this William S. Gill The policeman answered : amt lollwtod -.._u_... .___ .. .... 344.88Jun of SE'. 1,1"., N "C R) b. Shortly the \ "" Htfnw, .0d l whtch .. ,in th,'lr opinion to lhbttt .

'..11 n N .. 8 by 111 rt E 8&'R p,1A1' G.ln.. -.------------ 4.16ft .her first husband came back" from "He> dead. Are you guy1 .. I I. to bal 22
_______ .13 8 l of tlin
rn 1101 wlh Rio' killed him ?" County Itoad and Hrlrie Uy o..t.r \on. Tn"t..
01 8 1000 Ct or NE'' ot i Europe, eKpwtlnf his wife to meet May I. In bul dim _______.-... ____ .-.(I2H04IUy 1'IrFY., ,
\" A '" 6 A In SW Cor of lienett, replied. : amt enlluetedJ.. ..._._._ .TCI.77 A. PUTCH. t'.lrm.n.
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the dock. She not there .
441\\ him at was CI..rk. :.
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; : n 81 ;IS' : ._ 13 d 2:1: 10 J V Thomlllon ... ....". M."I He found he wns locked out of whai "Yea I'm the mil n. June I. ti> bal due ________ .-._ .:'i3J .67Oulelandlnc -- .-. -- -
,,( & W f. & I A 5 \
NEI _
---- -- InilnbUdneai Fund NO rK'E
D C'Rylon ---- '
.\ ..I sl\4 __._ ________ 8 22 8AII R .2.._ had ben their apartment on West Em '
\ U P W..kcrm.n -- ----- May 1. to lial due ___ .____.__ _h.aI121,211110' \ Judtolal
2l 20 STATE: FA lit H In Circuit Eltrhth
____ 8
__ __________ .____ 15 46.5tt FLOKIDX e"ut CI..It
\ '" NW\4"\ _uf flEa,:. ._______111 8 UWO: L 1 L.'lIley .-------- 1 Avenue and also out of what had amt eolliieteil ______ _________._.I71U.H4June I''. a't..d .. ., In rhan.

,,' E f W..kprm.n .______._ 88.78 been their IluriKinton Long Islam ...':: f>" : .. iMtlntr Jwlnifl by It. K.
due .22IIS.4J
bal .
: F tn
(} I. The *. h huiittand, and xtfriend.
4.s _:__ __ n 8 23 IdO ./Jacksonville June 20.-An intensive ( .....n.-,-. --Helmut----- -- I *'. .omplafnitnia r n.

6o .fN: :: : 21 8 22 2811 (} P W..k..rman --------- 1UIi home. toward securing reprosyitatlve May I. u IIH! due ______________. .__l 15701.MHy v*
.,, W""k..rm.n ---------- 06.111.f campaign .___......._ _.. .
ot NE & NW\4\ ________2 8 22 200. G F I I Upon investigation he found his county agricultural and amt eolleeteil 00 .HH7K.41 W Hylv *)!u-r ftnd Handtwm. J, *I.C.mpl.1

NE of SW & 8 23 180 Columbia Farm La.d. Corp. -- 45.80.r wife not only had divorced him but June I. to bal 'line '- _.-- -6H21.73 U"kfo..n .
"t NW'j! __._ ___ _______23 horticultural exhibit from all sections d.r.n..nl. '
.
f Full.May Mill quluk till ami otharl
married Bennett. He aunty t. r.mov. "
CorI. to
:;N\v"... 10 A In NE IiW'' | was already of the state for the fair in November I. to bal dim __________________ B7H 00lly : .ulpt.
I. ,. ot ,. NEI. of'. II!,. was broken he"rtl.d. He suffered! so amt collected ......_____._______ 871.00 'lf l all whom I may o...rn, Or..Un i
... : :
'E 1. "f SW I. 10 n BI'K, IY I..nd Co. ---.--- 52.02I will be one of the early undertakings : .,.,>*arlnir by th* awurn bill .um*
:____________ _____ 8 23 1 0 S.UA much that he became seriously ill. 7203.011ruiul ,
__ W... .,,11.. ----------- of the new Jim' t. to bal due' plaini 'in Him nhov can*,that thwro ar* known
..f SW',; of :o\t; \:.. .__. -- '' a U 1J '! When Gill retrained his health hA on the program i.j- .;h-i------; I IMuy nttrnitd prntonn b 'll vd to h* lnUrittd Infh ,i

organization that is now sponsoring I. to bal due ................ _____4:'loll IIlly fiioirty thirt-in .I..rl.d. wh ,plHc* ofr
of steers WIU ", hipped by ; began suit in the supreme court of amt eollrclvd ..___......________ i4.fi6 ** l.liffioi* ta .. "IIMUMI -
car the activitities of the Florida State th >r in !that th y tin not know, and af*
1'J. T. Ilickey Tuesday to Plant City. New York aiTiUist Evelyn) to recover June I. tn bal' due _____._' _____.____8270.25 trr ililitrrnt .art n and 1 Innulry: haa not liven
To Cure a ColJ in One IJu.t the wild pasturesv'"lao" I : At the end of a mont embarrassing Fair u< Jacksonville.lr Hub Behixil llendiiMay .11. lo aMa rtaln I any o( the known nnmtttl 4 <
''k"" ...AXATIVE BROMO QUIXIVS <'!'ahltHl Rains havmi:' made $75,000. \ arly a number of counties have 1. to bal du. ______________._____3'179801 .na bltvd b* "..td In >ald .
.>l ( anil Hi-nilni.he I.k. or ., the animal" wero in prime condition : / suit for both him and his lly amt collected ...._._........ .___.1.100.J9 rty. la In *xlvi.nR. that ..
; .
rich
F : ',* aignuturr: w : ; .. signified their willingness to come ar. oth*r p rmon> ballovwl to ha IntwrvaUftl\ .Iniald

1: farmer wife. Gill recovered his jewelry has been reserved for June I. to bal due _____...__._______2013.67Nai.il I.m.rly. othr than tha known nam dlf
and in and space llond Tea >f furniture $0,000.
somo thrrn in the exhibit building at the May I. to lal, due. ____..___.._______2H2II\ !! OS h i>..inii ar. tn the complainmU -
I The outstanding feature of the outlook lly amt collected _________.__.___._U.IIU.UO *, ami tn aald Mil nrl.vf praya I fair grounds. An optimistic known nam..'. and unknown pAi-w na.Thirffor .

INSURANCE I unusual gtiit between ex-husband) and of the largest and most representative June t. to lal duo ________.. ..____._UH70.18 *..II' la ord I" \\m that ad' uvrxinajikmfMl
GENERAL i exwifefi\ their battle for the family for one / U. W. ALDERMAN.Clerk ; or panon* : any intvrcwtnmfvr
j displays in the way of Clreoit. O.urt.IS.ell or Ihroutch th.ni oth"r of th.m, orotbarwiH.1.
treasure furniture, stocks and bond* KNK2HT.IMmaly and all unknown prona al.lmlnl
Dr C. A.
INMAN & RITCHFIRE. I county exhibits that has ever been Clerk.FINANCIAL any InUrmt tn the pmi rty h",.*. I.
| was that neither could prove or the .arh..l. 0' any part thrrof. iind4r W
held) by
utaxctl; at the state fair .1. >t. or afthrrof
: the .1' i.I..n. C"pb.l.
AUTOMOBILE would! prote where they Rot mon
LIFE BONDS I members of the fair hoard. : fcTAIKVIKNV or COUNTY *.., and I pora/in knownnam
FUNDS' d, op unknown. ftHlmlriK an Intwrrat In
OHice 14 ey. the of staging a fair ih* hin>,lnaft r or any
With
Located in building of E. A. Strout Farm Agency. ep.n I Gill declared that all the money purpose for the Monthly nnatieial atau>fn.nt tit Bradford pan '.r Mi/,.1"lno f..1 bulnu.p.rty.In Hradfurdcounty.
Hours Every Day. that will be a real stimulus co.inty" for the month of M.,.. 1023. 3la.tr a* folIf -
hi former wife "rlla. d'oorlbo
was his and that horticultural <.'frr l randHalanee ,w. ;
growth of the agricultural ___.. ______
Mar I. 1923 111.MH.
what he tiad
had cent but K.wt Hulf. .f tb. 8oithwi-t Ouart of th
never a : r *
FLORIDA
of the __.____ ...... /
STARKE and industrial resources "-.1 Ipta durlrttf ttiunln. .84HA 21W.rr.H" HfmthwMit i *, tt th Nn.h.J".rt..
I liven her. She stubbornly stuck to l 1..0.d' ._..._u _n.._______ 74021Ka.ancK winty-faur a""r 4ZI* ., FlvaSotih rf
had state and with the idea of a truly educational ; June 1. Hit ________. __ .. ___40II9.HO Mctlim, Hantr* Tw ntv-two I2'J Townnhlp) Kank.l
the that Gill ne rr Rivenj '
story
I in their Vine and Ferfeltare FentfPat.nee l 11 var to th* lalii I bill of omp'aint' :
of his fair paramount t'ny I. 1023 .._____ .. ._ .HIM 40 ap .n
A. MORRISON. Jr.S j her wry much salary as a r Nf( f 'lit tiny of July. A. II 192.1.tn .
H- HAROLD.HUMEPmideM w.... f. SIMMONS D. I minds the fair officials have this year ICoor, pta uurinic month ________.____-10Hi.il/ nanitj b* -n' a rut I day of thia court, or .Si
VleePrmdent .... Jk Tree*. newspaper man. Warrant'* lulled. __ .__ ._.____..___n__ UII.VII .aid. bill wtll b* taken oonfw.mj airalmit
't Evelyn and her new husband went earnestly begun: a work which they Balance June I, 1023 _____..._____ __161K.73>> you ami that thia or>Vr.b publlahvd in th*
Sprayers' Poultry believe will in time make Head FendRalMRCit ffradford' County ?.' a wnkly n.w ->
Beat Fertilizers Insecticides [ back to Chattanoga. Evelyn) b >nt upon confidently May I. 11121 __.-..__________1077. 1KeliU P i>*r of tf n ral Ti:ir: publUnvil InHtark
Prices the Florida exposition one of the leading diirlna month ___._ .....__.. 184 24Warrant *. llrmrfford : '
Honest Goods Fair attaining recognition, had elaborately liewd i ___.______:_________..IUOOIIOBalance Witn_.l tn. H.nor.hl. 11'1,1.. 1-onn. judtr*
Supplies uniformed ..."allta. She drove state fairs of the country. June I. 1&23 ____ un__ .___._ S3I.H7 of th* Mid Circuit t'.ur. and aluo' th ofTUt
Shipment secured the services of Bulldlnf. FundHai lal a,icnatur* of th* .. th* offlIM -
Prompt Having Manager R. M. ?tripin) of the greatSouth durlnv month ....----.,.-.. May. A. D. 1M-I. .ort
Aik neighbor.-He) know. The QulnlM TUI Dot hot Arlcct Irtti:) the MM tenta MMUVI! .... ".._ O. W AfDERM\N.
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I' : BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARE FLORIDA FRIDAY. JUNE 22. ppI ,1.
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Cody (Buffalo Bill) got so much of i man go down to his grave unhonoredand -
BUFFALO WIPED! OUT AIDED '
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._. _______ _!! & .!"- I1Y FEDERAL GOVERNMENT his aotnety, guiding rich foreigners i unsung, compared to the praise little foil,. )
I : :! : : .. hunting and supplying Buffalo they dished up for Buffalo Bill. There were ''I, ,
: I on ; trips "keeping house' Robert,,
i 11 .\rrny at Time Engaged in Fierce :I meat to the contractors on the was no comparison between the two lane: uiumma. After much <.111' ,(i.apt
i ; (I' Items Warfare \\ith Indians and to Ex- i| railroads. I am sorry to say that the men. Jones was a man of qjiet: na- mana.'lnsr; .o lariri t iirnn.i i f' ,It,,"
4 \ County News I I terminate Red Men It Was Necessary I grand; old plainsman never did a ture and one who did not seek pub- art ilmi'lv') hurst ,, :ith : "- 'h*'lSmeeth *>'
I could much more but II"on't. crt f.i ninny' "hiI ") ", In ,,
thin< that I ever heard of to preserve licity. say tt '' ,
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I --+-- i I to End Food\ Suppl the buffalo. Suffice to say'that I will\ not ..., ,. .. \ .. .,'I.. '1 111,., I'

i / .*.. .stln' facts Gathered During the Week br Our II, (II> F. J. Clifford in Dearborn Independent About this time the cattle: men be- rest content till there is a proper
1 d Regular Corrc.*H>ndent>. I gan crowding onto the buffalo range memorial commemorating. the achiev- I
: with their stock. But wild buffalo! menta of Buffalo Jones, aside from Wor;..
+,, 1I I I That Job Is bet lone at "I.1 .
h ha I the bison' he felt It seems so ''I Ule
I and the
+ I II crossed with domestic cows, ys.
w" I When 'the white man came and saw bossing !U least In cvldenc" i!
r I calving period was'Catal to the latter strange that directors of the Yellowstone borne! ty8e,
I the great! herd of bison he proceed- I
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enroute to
t' 1 1t j HAMPTON I through here Tuesday ted|I to measure them in terms of !sport I due to the conformation of the Park do not make some mentionof _
Buffalo Jones in connection with
buffalo-fathered calf. So
I' --- eido.Mrs. money. Hide and leather firms many cows
,c J Hampton June Iv.-Mr*, O. Haynes E. S. Sibley, C. A. Youngblood I{ sent forth their hunters, armed with I were lost from the cause that it was the bison he left us. It seems so Unhappy In Frlendshic
returned to her home here last Sat. and daughter N'ealie motored over to clear that just as \long as the buffalo Howard Eaton trails all over the ala n7 people expect too ,
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uraday after a visit with her daughter -Urke Monday un-til I' :'I ranged the prairies just so long the'' park. Even Zane Grey let the old heir friends. They way tt t., 'J.VI]

1 t t I Mrs. J. C. Thomas, of Valdosta, Mrs. Albert Sullivan and children ] cattle men would have to stay their Plainsman pass out of his life forever i se so thoroughly genuine m.! ,1,,...!!1'8!':

a ; : Ga. ,returned to Hampton Thursday after :50-70> and 50-110 caliber weighing 11 ': stock. This was another stimulus'' saying or doing nothing that I knowof :that they expect all tli,'lr fr" I :, ,,0,, lit

r, i Misses Edna and Trudie Smith returned tutting, relatives here. I and 18 pounds respectfully. The gun toward the extermination of the buf : in memory of his old friend who the same and when the> iscov,

to their home here last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Powell and children was too heavy for most men to hold falo.Here I took him under his protecting arm little fnuits lu their. Idols the. :Nei| tilt

I after a visit with friend at Pal- Mrs H. E. poorer and little out from the shoulder, so the hunter is another strange cause of and gave him the start that has.made fisappolatmonr most acutely I iJo set
pitch standard too
daughter Lynell were shopping in usually had a small tripod on whichto the warfare against the bison. About l him the literary success! he is today. les your>llkoly to hare high,,I Ui.iare ,, 101
your hit
atka.Miss Pearl Clayton who Is attend- :Marke Friday. rest it when shooting. this time.. the Indians of the plains: i 1 The last chapter of the wild buffalo bored Try to remember that ; shtt

ing school at Gainesville spent the )Ir. Rowe Hersey and son Cleveland I When first discovered the Buffalowas were doing some of their bitterest is a rather bony one, as that is' will never dlsappolut us If w.. Tier.rleodl. ,

I week end here. visited :Mr. and :Mrs.. R. W. Hers what might be called tame, but fighting to "save their families and |I about all there was to it-bones, two simple rules: ((1) to ami on;

e + i, '' I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan entertained her I' I, grandson Guy Sullivan of Theresa Eloise Moore, of Valdosta The apparance man did not dis- a.mca:: entirety on the bison '>settler got his first money off the prairie just that

t ( last Sunday. \ 11..., is visiting her mother Mrs. J. E'I turb them. Travelers were often held for their feud and clothing. By kill by gathering up the bones and .
I i t' \V. E. Hutcheson celebrated his 7! 1', w....,y.riir. ,up for days when the bison were on I ing off the buffalo the government:' hauling them to the Missouri River

t i birthday last Sunday June the 17th. I and Mrs A. L. Bennett visited their annual migration and blocked'! hoped to starve the Indian into submission or some railroad where they ,,'ere'' The Greeks Greeks Made In the Use Homer of Tin.!

Mr. Hutcheson la the oldest resident' .,,: .lives and Friends here Thursday the path for miles. The hunter had shipped out to be made into fertilizer were fomlllnr with the metal tin, times rep i !

a ', of Hampton. lIe says there are men ; HI i Friday, leaving Saturday for I'I'I 'moo trouble usually in slipping up I How GoreraouMtt Werked or charcoal for the refining of sugar. per, tin and gold were u"".,l '. nphaentUA
{ 1 K here who are older than him but they : T..usville. +"QUitely from some depression with _.The government took a niu<|". way The plains buffalo furnished count- < la welding! the farm ihlell

( I came here since he did for he remembers I :Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips left heavy rifle resting on its tripod and of exterminating the bison. less trainsloads of bones to refine the ,: of Achilles.: 'l'w"ut layers ui .,n wen

when they came Saturday! for Miami where they will !!I'picking off the animals on the out _Vmmunjtion for the heavy buffalo sugar of the beets grown, on his old J In the cuirass of Agamemnon No ti.laslon .
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f I( His daughter Mrs. Eugene Sealey spend sometime visiting relatives. skirts of the herd. If a buffalo should gun was very expensive but if .one feeding grounds: to tlo Is found In the Mt

i 4 ( and her husband! of Inglis spent the Mrs. J. E. Owsley and Miss Ida become uneasy at his presence and I would go toa government agency at'' 'ne bones had to be gathered anyway "7.

day with him. A beautiful birthday Hagan visited their brother Sheriff start to walk away, the hunter would Kansas City or any other potnt .be' before the sodbuster could mow

t' I I cake was served also a bountiful din Hagan of Palatka Saturday.Ben immediately kill him to prevent him could get it for half price if he would any of the prairie grass! as one of the I
+ 1 ner. He received several nice present I I from sounding the alarm spreading take oath that he would shoot it all hard bones was sure to break the
Hall, of St. Petersburg Is Old City's Pride.
f. from his relatives and friends. through the head and in this way he into buffalo. There you hate it, the :, sickle of his mower. I The
visiting hia parents 1\b. and Mrs. M. pride of Quebec Is Its
The ladies of W. M. U. of the'M. E.I I Ha 11.I could keep the herd in one place and simple truth as all old-timers know ': Sometimes there ,,'ould. be found hill, from which there Is a rle-v cHadli" that

u church will serve a general supper I Chas. Phillips left Saturday for kill enough to keep his two skinners it. literally a mine of bones where the ne e ty :n the world can match. It to*.
j for the benefit of their church, June Miami. I busy for the day. It would mean, _Occasionally a band of desperate bison had stampeded over some cut- ers almost sheer hundreds >f toet
I' (t t .j.} the 27th beginning at 6 p. m. Everybody about 13 hides for each skinner, tho Indian. would stampede a small band bank, piling up till the balance of the above the: St. Lawrence on one sHi
[ / Invited. The many friends of !Mr. Albert of (course some would do more. of their buffalo off up in the hills to' herd would pass on over the fallan and the city on the other gluag; thi
.1 c i Mr. 1*. J. Pierce and family, Mrs. Beck will regret to learn of his death A man had to be an excellent shot dome distant secluded valley in the bodies of their comrades. There vision a wide and sudden mufti of<

EM1'r' ;f :. B. !Hunt, Mrs, S. B. Simmons and last wek at Campville. In some way to hold this job as most of his! shooting -j hopes of saving them. .But the hide one such place in the Keyohe is// ourvle river and Laurentlan forest and parish and the fir

'i ; Mrs. F. M. Johnson, attended a child his[ clothing got caught in some of was around two hundred"yards! ,; hunter seldom failed to locate them, country of Southern Alberta some

; ; ren's bazaar, at Waldo last! Saturday the machinery at the brick yard and it was very necessaryyto-make a I I and ofttimes the maddened Indian miles north of Lethridge where, under -

I evening- where he was working. Mr. Beck clean kill each tin)?, as a wounded would turn on and kill the entire a high steep bank the bones. lie For Sale
Rev. Daughtery accompanied by his was a fine young man liked by every animal would do so much thrashing hunting party Then the eastern news- many feet thick.MONSTER .

1 F l wife and son, attended church services one that knew him. The remain.were around, the herd might becomi alarmed papers would carry screaming headlines I ,
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i here last Monday/ laid to rest in Hope cemetery wherea and stampede run away maybe "Horrible Indian Massacre," and 1! TURTLE HAS BEEN :MISSIONARY PLANTS
I Mia Beatrice Johns of Starke is the large crowd of relatives and friends toward the which $2.00 Thousand by the .dIF
T V,. had straight killer demand that troops be sent forthwith RECEIVED STATE MUSEUM: I per or !
$ h guests of her cousin Miss! Erma Johns gathered to pay their last re- could easily developvinto a rather.un- to bring the redskins to justice. 1 YOU WANT PLANTS, I CAN
}, '; this week. spects. He leaves his father and a healthy situation. More and more did the buffalo[ i I' SELL YOU. SEE
host of other relatives to mourn his ..The sea monster that came in .on
/ Miss Elise Birt of Louise! is the None of Meat Used take to the hills and higher plains, .-
j guest of her brother C. A. Birt this departure. Mr. Beck has the sym- The killer did no skinning, such refusing to come down m the autumn'! the Seaboard railway this mormngTand
)\ week., pathy of the entire community In his menial work being much beneath him. to their old wintering grounds. There attracted such a curious crowd at I 1 M. F. BROWNSTARKE

} ;, I I 1 1 J. R. Bevil, of Jacksonville attend- loss. Instead he would cut off the heads I in the higher levels and deep snow of .( the express office, was I I j FLA.
,1< r I'. (".' ed the revival services at the Christian ''i; of the carcasses as fast as the skin- winter swept by the brutal winds the Cedar Key, yesterday by Hodges I''
% t I ,I church here this week. I If. HE GOT HIS HUNDRED ners were through with them and I dwindling herds perished by the thou [ Brothers, fishermen and shipped to I NOTICE
_ k f. 1' Mr*. A. Sullivan and children, of, place them in a semicircle, with the sand. I| Director T. Van Hyning for the Flor-I Bradford Th. Board of County Commt..!...n if
t i County Florid, will tb,
) S meet !
.4 I. 1 i Theressa, are visiting their friends A traveling salesman bristling with largest skulls, taking up the end positions | ida State Museum. !I''.......ho..... In the clerks art...... Monday, luif'
IIl the
During winter of 79 and 80 the .
$ I This 2 1923. u a board of eqiuiliwra for the
animal is what is Duo
f'' f: I. and relatives here this week. anger stalked into a lawyer's office after which he would decoratethe southern herd retreated to the slopes I commonly :pose[ of heannir. eomplamte and rroeivfng. M
Misses Carine and Elizabeth Wheeler ends of the black horns with bits known as the Trunk-back Sea Turtle I umonr u to th* nliu of any property blor
y and told the that he had been
I lawyer and ravines of the Yellowstone Park, I personal or mixed( aa fixed by the CouutTrax :;
} I \ who are attending school in bilked out of $100 in the following! of bright cloth. Some of the hunters and is also called the Leather Turtle Aueaaor for th. year 1923 against. Wowner.
the winter of the big snow, the Indian It is: known scientifically De- or ....n.-ot such property.
the week end with sacrifice as
to
Gainesville
spent manner: Suffering somewhat from inebriety were so vainglorious as would "Hi-u mebbe two J. M. BROWNLEE.
say snow
_ their! parents Mr. and Mrs. L. .A. and being apprehensive i' the parts of their clothing; rather than to squaws deep." mochelys coriacea which is the solitary '|I'Attest a: W. ALDERMAN. Chairmin if Snarl

; %, I Wheeler. might spend all of his mon he let the scene of their day's kill go un- survivor of a race of extinct tur- Clerk and Auditor. s-tr..t.J<:
I "would The year They Didn't Come ties. It is one of those anfmals whose | '
1 Mr. A. A. Durden's Sunday school went to the clerk of the hotel in whichhe decorated. There they leave
t class from the Baptist Sunday school was stopping and handing the them waving pitifully in the western When spring time returned the prai- exact classification has been a matter I ""D'D'D'' ='UU"'UUOUOU'D'D 'D'D'

i \ enjoyed a picnic at the lake west of clerk a $100 bill requested that I be wind mute testimony of the white rie again put forth the rich green of dispute among naturalists for some I j
; bunch grass over all its mighty breastas time some regard it being differ- '
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town last Thursday afternoon. man's and utter thoughtless- so
1, 1 saved for him until be called for it. prowess
though anticipating the return of ent as to be placed' in sub-orJer
Mrs. Jennit Roperof Jacksonville, a \ by
1 r The following day he went to the a---
was the guest of her mother, Mrs. clerk and requested the S100 bill. The ness.One old Indianfighter I talked with its children but her children the buffalo itself, while others regard it as onlya ,.

A i ,to Elsie Sparkman last Sunday. clerk stared at him, and shaking his told of seeing as high as a hundred came not. Instead they were huly specialized form of the true I'
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//t 1 7 I I J Mrs. W. R. Jackson left last Saturday head with seming incredulity, said: and twenty skulls in this way; wherea sleeping the long sleep in the dark turtles.
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l for Macon where, she will spend "You've made a mistake; you never killer had a number of skinners with I ravines of the mountains, where they The essential peculairity of the 25

the remainder of the week. gave me $100 or anything else." The him every horn decorated. How the i had tried desperately to reach the Trunk Turtle is the nature of the up- I centWant

k Mrs. M. E. Manariehas, as her salesman saw the point; he had no proud victor could have gloated over I life-giving grass of the mountain. To per shell' which is a mosiac-lyike
k guest this week her son Thomas witness to the transaction; and so he the slaughter, especially when he saw I this. day you will find their bones structure composed of irregular liscs I

; of Miami. left and repaired to the aforesaid law- the tons and toss of good i meat left I there bleached white and slowly dissolving of bone slosely joined.

Mr. R. L. Crews anti family who have yer's office. The lawyer advised him; to rot,, is hard for us of this day to back into earth that gave This species is the largest known : Adwill
them dumb evidence of
been in Bellview for several weeks "You get another $100 bill and in understand. Some of the hide hunt the survivalof living turtle exceeding six feet in :
t returned their home here last Saturday when the fittest driven beyond their fit- length. This
; to company with some trusted friend go ers became so greedy especially specimen measures aix i
to the clerk and apoldgizingly say they saw the herds rapidly diminishing ness.The feet five and one half inches in length :

s set that; you !gave a $100 bill to some one that they resorted to pulling off people of the plains looked for and weighs 610 pound sell a
{ It HIGHLAND to save for you but mlltakenlthat the hides with a team of horses, but their return and wondered why they This species' was formerly plentiful

it was he, and however, you ahnd this was not successful as it took came not. The Indians gaunt, sullen 'i throughout the Atlantic Pacific and

1 i -Charles Slack Jr., of Jacksonville, "him the ncwJIOO bill and ask him to sJme flesh with it, making it slow in disheartened sought the agencies for Indian Oceans becoming each year

4 1 spent the week end here the guest of save it for you. He will do so. Lat- drying and of less market value. sustenance, others whose pride would more scarce until it is at the present Horse
I i G. H. Barker. er in the day you go to him alone and The hides were spread out on the not let them seek aid of the hated considered very rare. There is no $$200

? t \ J. L. Johnson! and W. M. Wimberly request him to return the $100 bill. prairie where the hot sun and dry white man, slowly starved to death : record of one being taken for over 20

!l I left Saturday for Jacksonville where tie will reutrn it to you. The follow- wind soon made them into "flints" alter in their tepees-and the old happy years.

they will locate for a short time. ing day you go to him with your which they were hauled to the Indian days were soon a dream on The Florida :Museum\ as It general!
_ y Mras. T. E. Engebretsen and small friend who was present when you ssouri River .>>-here they were the far horizon of the past. ly is, is out of unds: to take care of or a

t': son, of Stuart, arrived Saturday for turned over the last $100 bill for stacked up, like cordwood the piles The northern herd held out some- this valuable specimen but when a

a visit with her parent's Mr. and trs. safekeeping and demand the bill.1 stretching down the river for hund- what _longer, finally disapperaing in Ion g distance call came last evening
E. Wilkinson. The clerk will see the point when he reds of yards. Then they were ship- the foothills of the Rockies above the from Cedar KeyPerfectly

r W. M. Wimberly and Wimberly, sees your witness and so you will I' ped everywhere, England takinga old wintering grounds of Alberta. $$1000 Car

I +! Jr.. were visitors to Lawtey Friday.G. get your first $ tOO bill back also." large quantity of them makiy them This was the reason for the answer I --- a

G. H. Barker and Charles Slack, The salesman did as advised, and the up into allTdnds of leather goods. heard years afterward in the States. Comprehensible.

I Jr., were visitors to Kingsley Lake day after came to the lawyer with -abroad Towards the last of the era of the When one inquired where the buffalo The following speech was made I by
Saturday and Sunday. grin saying: "Your advice buffalo the dealers appeared more secretive had gone, it was said "Oh they have t lawyer oo behalf of his client whose I or a I

Mrs. It' C. Wimberly Miss Ethel worked like a charm and I !got my about the hide business, keep- gone up into Canady." That answer cow had been killed by a train : "If

Ricks and :Mitts Winifred Wimberly'i I money back, the first $100 as well as ing them more out of sight some I persisted for years, as though men the train had been run as (\t shorvM! hsv ;
_ were shopping in Jacksonville Friday.'I the second. Now how much do I. times shipping them as something were loath to admit hat the buffalo been ran. or If the b"ll had beta rungas

: C. M. Click and brother-in-law Albert owe you?' "One! hundred dollars; else. A smuggling appearance pre- were really gone.A whistle It should had have been been blown rang.as it,\:-should(If the $$10,000

Kingston of Jacksonville and replied the lawyer."-The Argonaut.The vailed about the business. The rea- few straggling buffalo were left have been blew, both of which they! tJW
t Daytona were business visitors here son for this furtiveness I never clear- 'in the foothills of Wyoming, Colorado neither the cow.. would uot have bwa ,
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Friday. ly discovered but one old-timer hinted 'and Montana which the government t; luredd when she war ltilto-1."
r Mrs. A. Williams! and sons Ben Author's Pest that the dealers still possessed a lit- made a much belated attempt to save .

and Francis motored to Jacksonville, Philip Curtlns. author of the novel. tle conscience and left somewhat ash but the butchery had been too great. Linea to ee Remembered.< FarmWhat
? Wednesday.Mrs. "Between Two World. ," remarked amed of the wholesale slaughter. Oth- As bison became I fewer the hunters Today Is your day; lltj mine ; the
.. II. C. \ Wimberly visited friends that though he. like all writers' net ers thought that the government was put forth greater efforts to kill what only day we have; the ',13) ia which
at Bronson several days last week. contact with iwople of all kinds there suspected' of trying to stop some of remained. we play our part. What ourpart may

+ E. Wilkinson was transacting business Is would Just run one a class mile to"Th escape which be the vicious work it had been guiltyof Buffalo Jones "the savior of the signify In the great whole w. may ..
greatest pestm not understand
buffalo hero seldom heard of- ; hut we are here to
in Lawtey Monday.Mr. writer's fostering. -a
a life said :Mr. Curtlss. play It, and now Is
and Mrs. F, D. Lang, Mr. and "Is the man who alwa/a says, 'If you Cody Helped to Kill smashed his rifle one day and swore know: It Is tt part our of time. Thl we

;( Mrs. Richard Lang Mrs. David Lang eouM only write up a thing that once But the work, of extermination to do all he could to save them from whining. It U: a part action of love not. TOJ
Miss Mamie Prescott were shoppingin lIpp.oll.1 to my uncU. It would make continued. When they could no longer extinction. It is through the efforts: cynicism. It U for tu to love
express
/ Lawtey Saturday 'he Boniest; story you ever read" I kill them in the way I have described. of Buffalo Jones that we have our few I la terms of human helpfulness." This

') 1 Rev. J.L. Strickland held regular they took to the horse and buffalo today.He we knew: tor we have learned from is more econ-I
monthly services at Baptist church rod them down killing them for tried first to domesticate the I sad experience that uny other course
1 : Saturday night and Sunday. One new I Triri: ...u 3ltt. sport. :Many.[ foreigners made the mature animals, and failed; captivity of life lead! : toward decay and waste. omical and profit

',member was received into the church Get the thrift I.a'thO' brand thrift journey from England to the western killed them. Then he started catching -David Starr Jordan.

and will be Baptized at the lIext..J't'- habit now; practice it thoughtfully; plains just for the royal sport of killing the calves a most dangerous un, able than' a want
waste not the little things flo.J the No J//0....
gular meeting. ; Joy the huge beasts. This aroused dertaking. Often he had to Invade
+ e that a growing bank account bring; much animosity amnog the local In- Indain territory where discovery Appearances are deealtfnL: TVi ad in this paper?
G invest your savings safely and profit late on the outside' of many a Big
+ THERESSA habitants for although they might certain death.
ably: remember tomorrow bat forgetnot Onn'a private office says: "Pw, ," Hot
today; spend for the things that indulge In the sport themselves they But he persisted and ultimately won if you want to know why) the Big Gal What have you
i Theressa, June22.-Dr. Lee of Melrose last and find the secret of the broader disliked to see a'fo igfte.. follow their out and may it be said to the ewsrlasting samples 2iis position you will hay tG
was a visitor to our town Friday. thrift that make for better h emUS. It example.It disgrace of 'our American look at the plate on the loald of tfcr to sell?

Mrs Prevail of Starke passed U UM only thrift worth while- was In 'this period that William .press, that it let the... ne old plains- 4sae. It says: "PuJV ..


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