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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 29, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,:0rEJ I ( STAKKE ACTIVITIESSatisfied CONVICTS: ; ESCAPE: FKOM -- IWBEln' .CtT L'31--- T 111 ': ',
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DEPUTY BOB SHACKLEFORD .,
CUII'I I H.VYXES BIRTHDAY PARTY ,
Settlers Now Improving : All Recaptured, After Exciting: The following; from a Poland exchange ".'

Blitch Place IS KILLED BY JAX will be of interest: Little Misses Sara Hope and Georgia l 'vt!

I IT Monday evening four convicts escaped I WOl\1AN\\ One of the Benson's loveliest brides 1II'ne"ave/ a lovely birthday ;t.

1 property); in the southwestern from state road camp No. 12. was Miss Jewel Myrthe Tatum eldest party Saturday afternoon at the homo I oJ" 'M;, '

I rti" >n 'of :Starke, ItnowrTas the Blitifo Capt. J. S, McNeil of the camp and Former )Deputy Sheriff of Duval. :Met Thinking! Shacklcford intended carrying daughter/ of :Mr. and :Mrs. J. It. Tatum of their parents [)I'. and !Sirs 0 L .

|.,c ,. and last owned in its entirety 1 aides immediately !gave chase having TriiKic End in Jacksonville out IH to threats that he would j!, when she plighted/ her troth today at I liny lies.Slianln. \1, :i' ..&It j,
has lately been sold with them the bloodhound kept -1:30: o'clock lit the handsome residence '''
t o M Inman, by kill her Mnt. Vaught is understood: daisies were used to decorate ':: I :>

,im. ,m three different parcels, tha the camp. Two of the fugitives were Jacksonville June 25.-Robert II. to have deelared to the police that she of her parents on North Iloulo- the dining room the1 table beingcentered t J. \\I;

\ stir, ,1 which have built homes i captured by them that night. Shacklcford, 47, former chief field I' shot and killed the deputy) just ns he 'I yard to Mr. George W. Roberts of by a French basket of daisies aa

m' end are busy Improving their As soon as the escape of the men deputy under ex-Sheriff R. E. Merritt reached for his revolver on a table Lawtey Dr. C. S. Ferris officiating/ and at each end of the table were $

Iunlt I was known words were sent to the was shot and killed yesterday afternoon near the cot. the single ring ceremony. h'aulifubirthda\ cakes on Sara

Th 'iriginal settler of the place a I sheriff's office ,in Starke asking for h 'Mrs. Daisy Vaught 30, alleged Mrs. Vaught and Shackleford quark I Floods of mellow light fell on the Hope's cake burned, eight candles and j '

r [Harrison, chose this place in 1880 help to recapture the convicts. Both common law wife. reled bitterly half an hour before the decorations which were t'picIIIIf the on Georgia's six. i } t }lr{

her land around here was plentiful :, Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Baisden The killing occurred in Shackleford's i shooting it is said. Shacklcford''; springtime, with exquisite gludiola The little people played games on r 1 .

a* the most desirable place near 1 were absent at the time and Chief Lakeside Park home There were no struck her and threatened to kill her blooming profusely, while quantitiesof the lawn' und the fair little hostesses' i, ?

>ark lie cleared the land and built Kite was then notified. Mr. Kite sum eye witnesses and Mrs. Vauirht refused then. After the quarrel he went in- golden-hearted daisies nodded their received many 1 pretty gifts from their i

for those days fine residence La"u moned C. C. Starling, and they boarded to be interviewed, by reporters. ft ti the parlor and removed his pistol heads amid tho greenery. Arranged frlerds. Towards the close of tho afternoon ,J, f, :

I moved to Tampa and the late the former's ear /and set out. In a Her attorney, Richard E Stillman putting it on a table near the cot; effectively about the room were many Mrs. Hay,,* served delicious

'trn Blitch became the owner, slough near Waterouk/ creek glimpseof said she shot the former deputy in The woman entered the room a few handsome (growing plants that outlined ice cream" and cake t d

i.nce his death it has had severalxnera I one of the fugitives was caught self defense. minutes afterward. She had the pistol the path front the stairway to The guests included. Martha' Brown- !

Five or six years ago the and Mr. Kite leveled his rifle at him She was arrested a few minutes af- concealed it is understood and I the floral arch placed at the entranceof lee, Evelyn Stump, Lillian\ Garret. ,

rsidence burned down. Though at and bid him stand. But the man ter the shooting by Deputy Mallory' when the quarrel was resumed Shaik- the north drawing room. Mary B ro wnle., Eloise' Ritch !Ilazul! .

rat nut a part of Starke the Blitch slank away among the undergrowth, Jones and is being held in the county I leford attempted to procure his gun Miss Elizabeth Walters at the piano .Adkins Beverly Cady Etholin Whila it'

lace was included when a portion of but was soon seen again running/ likea jail on a murder charge without bail and 'Mrs. Vaught fired twice. He died rendered the accompaniment, and Fenella Snyder Alice! .Fernandez A. ( + 4

ction 20 was addei to Starke's area. scared rabbit in the direction of the pending the outcome of a coroner's. within a few minutes."I < Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., sister of the E. Wall Jr., Margaret Neff Clara aF

Mr, Fred Carlton, late of stockade. Mr. Kite guided his trusty inquest to be held this week before don't believe a word of the story 1 groom sang that exquisite wedding. Louisa. Peek' Ben Sternberg Billy

ulugia county, though Emporia'i!; Ford over blind trails until he came Justice of the Peace J. S. Geiger. I that my husband had been leading a I song by Cadman At Dawning! Lohen- Graham Marguerite Prevail, Eldredire b

om the north, bought two near enough to his quarry to stop him Shackleford's lawful wife, who IS\\ double life in Jacksonville" Mrs. 1 grin's march with violin obligate by Robinson, Arthur Darby Jones, a

,c place mentioned. This land is i.'e in. 1 when he was hustled into the car and living in Lake City, with two of their Shackleford told! a Times-Union reporter Miss. Vivian Erickson heralded the Merrill "Futch Culson MorrrC Thel- I

corner of Westmoreland and Third brought; to the camp. children refused to believe that her last night. I coming of the bridal procesaon led "by era Seals, Dora Manning Leila Dams j
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(i recta, extending 500 feet along threes One more fugitive was still at large husband had been living a double life. Mrs. Shackleford declared she had little Luella Tatum and, Crystal Mercer I Andrews, Elton Cane, Curl Cone, .
Mr. Kite after closely questioning The former field deputy was shot her husband as ribbon bearers and daintily "
first named. As soon as the ; not been separated from Pansy' Cone, Stella Barrett of Jack-
,rner stakes were Bet, Mr. Carlton Callahan a trustee made up his mind twice. One bullet entered the head and that since May 7 he had visited frocked in pink and blue organdie Hoiwille, Ed N'etT, Jr., Leslie Biggs, ; ,

\stled up lumber and carpenters, and I that his man was heading for Green before the left eye and the second one I her and the children three times "He dresses. They were followed by Miss,, Martha Morris. Eunice Canova. Mary

neat cottage was built in re ",rd I I Cove. He chose the route the negro tore throughthe left side of the head sent me money every week" Mrs. Pearl Tatum sister of the bride, Wiggins. A. M. Pettit Jr., Marion
would be most likely to travel and the 'lie( died instantly Mrs. whose beautiful gown of green and
me. As soon as finished, Mr. Beck near ear. Shackleford said. I I'ettit, Lillian Sternberg Joe Ed-: x ", 4
late in the of gold tntfeta draped' with silk net, bore
night came to a
camp Vaught declared. !
when Shack wards Jr. Marjorie and Lillian
wed" his family; there, consisting of About eight years ago ,
,s wife and his mother Mrs II. W. some negro laborers> near Black Creek Throwing the smoking revolver to leford was employed at the" Holland. a charming note of originality. She Stump Dorothy Ritch Lois Long,
The man was among them but as the floor; Mrs. Vaught ran to the tel- wore a delicate pink picture hat that VentClaint
arlton. They all express themselves Motor Company as salesman and. Mrs. Luis Adkins \Dorothy White 7
soon as he saw his he made in another and reachedL. greatly enhanced her brunette loveliness -
I pursuers ephone room Louise V'on-
i i being well satisfied with their new Vaught as stenographer the two met Robinson Snyder
mie. Mr. Carlton has been here bat I his escape in the undergrowth. It P. Cobb federal prohibition agent ,friends. ,of the former deputy told reporters and her arm bouquet' of pink rou ties. Inmnn, Pauline Miner MarthaPowell i
was deemed futile to continue the and an intimate friend of the" former es added, an extra touch to her youthful
Lucllu Hedges
had time to last night Billy Powell ,
short time and has no /
row anything as yet but he has had I pursuit that night; and the man hunters deputy telling hlmtthat" she,had juskill..d Mrs. Vuught's husband Marvin. 1 courtly attire.miniature:Small i suit Leslie of white Biggs/ satin in III Sinclair Peek Jr, A. W. Anderson,
returned home.
I Shnckleford.
he rank growth of weeds plowed un- Vaught deserted her a few months I Jr, Pauline. and Malcolm Dubiisii.
; i gallantly carried! the unending golden(
Tuesday, the hunt was continued,, 4 Before the 'aJrent'-"Oud, ask a question '
'r, and as noon as the ground is in before her first child was born She circle l In the heart of rose and tiny
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without success. But in the evening Mrs. Waugh: ( lead hung up the receiver. i ENSIGN; ENSEY
and! tilth it will be set to strawber- learned afterwards. that Vaught hada
,, the fugitive came and voluntarily Cobb telephoned Sheriff Dowl- / 1 I Erin Mercer looking like a dainty doll t
and other truck. Mr. Carlton i in is wife and several children living in
er gave himself up to Mr. Kite lM"i "flaring ing'a office Attorney Stillman and thesheriff's in a yellow pleated dress of georgette Chas R. Ensey, Jr., after a week's)

energetic and intelligent young!;; it was no use to try to evade him. home. lIe joined the an Oklahoma town. over yellow crepe( strew rose visit with relatives. and friends. In a 4

man and the lady members of his ,A well-earned reward is due Mr. Kite ney at the fedecnl building attor.j Feeling sorry for Mrs. Vaught: as petals. from an Empire basket on her Sturke has returned to, Jacksonville
imily are refined and accomplished I his friends last night described the ann as the bride, with her father approached -
by the state. two hurried to TShacklef ord's home. I to, "rest on his. oars" for short time
nd will be a welcome addition, to our I They found him lylpJl'on a cot in the affair the former deputy provided, her the arch where they were I with his parents there. Mr. Ensey"r\
"ninety with FoT they lived I In Mr. Roberts and hill bust man, y'
I SCOUT TROOP TWO :NOTES parlor. I money. years met by lately graduated from the U. S. Naval

Mr W N. Johnson owns the land Mrs. Vaught's/ three children of Lakeside/ Park. Mr. J. W. Andrews Jr., of Starke. Academy at Annapolis, Md., rand, now r

etween the Carlton and the Starkey) I The meeting place of Scout Troop two of whom Shackleford is said to I About sit months ago! following a During the ceremony Jreamy inutile bears the proud' title of "ensign." We '

laces. Mr. Johnson Is a wideawake No. 2 has been changed/: to the city have been the father are at the homeof heated quarrel !Mrs. Vuught/ left the was wafted from the piano and about say "proud" and we mean it, fur to

,itizcn, who knows no such 40rd as hall where the scouts used to meet a friend. The oldest Ruth 7, is Lakeside Park' residence and took an 200) ) friends listened Intensely while graduate. with honor from that institution .J

'fan As soon as his this acres Ias> year. The troop is holding meetings the daughter of Marvin Vaught: now I, apartment at Florence Court where the marriage vows were being spo means, Hint, a good physique .,

tern measured off, he looked, about I regularly at eight o'clock every I believed to be in Oklahoma. Vaught : sho lived until about four, days ago ken.The und u clear active bruin; second an ,1 (

JI> material for a new resid'!nce. II' ''I Thursday. deserted his wife a short time before ; when she returned to the Lakeside bride was lovely as she appeared ( '- unlimited capacity for work anti tee r

aw the annex built to J. W. \ndrewsr. : Several boys are out of town now I Ruth was born. Park house In her wedding, !gown of white faulty of purpose, and third a stout

.. livery barn, formerly occuped: b.v including Bob Demorest in North crepe over white satin, fashioned in heart that resolutely faces every difficulty

'rank Hollingsworth as a shoe shop Carolina Leon Kite in Tampa Fred long graceful lines with beaded, panel \ with the aim of conquering In
IN: MEMORIAM
A'hat was that structure doinp there?? Mott in Orlando Edison Brinson in CONSERVE TilE STREETSAre effect. both back and, front while from the end. Discipline on the campus, '"

(fe immediately hunted up :Mr. Andrews Fiftone and Wesley Bryan in Law- >her shoulders fell accqrllon, pleatedcrepe in tho school room In the dormitory- v
bern
little bit too liberal Mrs. Frank Starling was July
and inside of fifteen .11:n'ltes I This has reduced the attendance we not just a to the hem ot her costume, not {infrequently harsh and humiliating Q
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tey.: loaded trucks 18 IHf.U;. and. was a daughter' of Mr.
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in allowing heavily
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hi structure was bought/ ind an !hour I at meetings but three candidates have while her happy face wall framed in a -unit, "right smart" hazing ut t
and Mrs. John NH'hols. About the
Liter Mr. Johnson had there and even tractors the use of our pave becoming veil of filmy tulle caught to high-spirited, j *'
a man I It I applied for membership: Hugh; Randall (first, try the seethe of u
wedded
Is often of 25 she was to
Of it necessary
ed streets course age/ years of
and her dark coiffure by a chaplet orange
t tearing it down. This lumber I Williams and Tommy young man. But Charley Knsey; cam -
Tommy truck to enter the Mr, Frank Starling, and to the union
for a heavy / of
lumber' has been I blossoms.. A shower bouquet raise '
>one new bought I :Murrhce. I out with (lying colors and we
of whom two
business portion of Call street but were born ten children
si'd" in the erection of a comfortable A handball court has been laid off bride's roses and valley lilies. our hat to him. /
I should be required to use the un- boys and two girls are living./ Many
I' they informal
After the benediction un a I
ottago under the venerable trees sur- and is in use in the Scout Hall every the at I Eimlgu Envy: while heroliruuontudhi
and the Baptists
joined
to
streets coming going
years ago
aunding the former residence. Mr I i meetinir night. At the last meeting paved reception was held the guests linllinlC'It .* friend, J. W. Morgan( with a copy
She lived
church.
Oak Grove exemplary
an
rohnn'n. will Improve his present ; the Bull Patrol was organized with from the business portion. life until her death pleasant. to assemble in the large of "The Lucky Bag, 1:12:1! : This I I..* u

holdings/ but is not likely to be satis- Martin Struth as patrol leader and When the pavement was decided on Christian during rooms where the quantities of gifts barge( handsome book gotten out annually "
lack of foresight in those who had the Her illness lasted three months -
I the dining
and in
lied: with so small an area for long. Newn Alvarez as assistant leader. were displayed In honor of those who gradual
made them chose which time everything. was done
matter in charge, table
of the
Mr. leave for room where the center and contains. q
Johnson is about to also elected Scout scribe I ed from Annapolis,
Newn was the class that of bricks laid to restore her to health but in vain. three-tier
,is old! home Hartford Tenn. He will A letter of congratulation was: sent to present was ornamented with a among other things the portrait of
the natural soil. Instead Death relieved her of her sufferings
immediately on
that when laughinglycut
ome back to Starke in September Troop One on its having qualified for wedding cake each graduate, follower by a "bloJCra.Ihy"
her remains
of June 18th and were
of a foundation unyielding on the bride members of bridal 1
with his family, and.will probably be'iHtr'umental I banner. by written in a devil-nmy-caru
the president's the laid to rest at Oak Grove'cemetery.Sleep .
material Therefore pavementsare white ribbons at the ends
In bringing other sturdy Through the courtesy of Col. Peeka party pulled style by the subject's room mute. Under
II mother until the
I not strong enoough to withstand on, dear concealed favors. a r
Tennesseeans, to become land owners number the boys went with the of which were the name and, home place follow ,
pf loads, moving fast without injury resurrection morn then we expect to left immediately -
ind citizens of this county. i to Kingsley lake and heavy M r, and Mrs. Roberts the nickname by which he nun been a'
Scoutmaster Natural soil, especially when meet again where sickness sorrow '
you the
motor trip to mountains a 't
I on a Mr.
the Peek known. From the book wu copy ,
The of the last subdivision day and a half at
owner' ft Then the
spent saturated with water, will yield lit and death never come. of North Carolina the bridewearing 4
ot the Le- All of the boys passed nature I Erisey's biography. Here It I Iff:
Blitch place is Mr. Hermas landing. tIe by little and the crowns of the battle will be won and we can slug the traveling suit of blue trico-
Clair, who holds the land south of study tests and some of them streets are flattening out more and sweet songs of victory in the glory I tine with a touches of the almond Charles Ridgely Ensuy, Jr. I ,

Carlton and Johnson as far as the passed fire building cooking. and more. Had not great: care been used realm. shades, and harmonizing accessories. Jacksonville, Flu. '
"Peggy" right of way. Mr. LeClairIS swimming. Scouts Newn Alvarez, "((oJ." "Kojo" "Pinkin." <
in setting the curbing and laying the I They will be at home to their friendsIn
! a son of the country that produced 'ElmerIcMillan( : and George Knight bricks, the streets would already have HEAVY RAIN Lawtey after September let I When thu duck has lapsed Into that ( % ,
Oliver in the nature study stillness which follow rev '
de Serres, the father of drain. tied for first place been ruined. somnolent!

,"<{e, and when he looked for a suit. contest' each bringing in 27 differenttree A truck with its load may weigh Early Wednesday-morning the heave m8." EI'J'EJSU ENTERTAINEDMISSIONARY : then even as the sung of bird'
ible piece of land he not satisfied and hrub leaves properly Identified at break of day, there arise a Honor- tout
was ) only two tons on a wagon scale but iest shower ofxthe season fell over SOCIETY "
with the soil only in twenty minutes. On the runoff plea: "I wanta wake up in the '0
examining top I when about two-thirds of this weightis Starke and vicinity. It lasted but a '
but he also wanted a well drained sub' the first two boys qualified for concentrated on a few square Inches short while but must have approached The social meeting of the Baptist morning, where the morning, ;lor-."9 'i

ion( lie found it in his present location first and second prize respectively. of the rear wheels which are I the 2-inch denomination and cameas Missionary. Society was held at the I' grow-why, you hyphenated hoath- I t,
for just south of his land is a'' blows while i>n!" We have swift !glimpses of Red ,r.
striking sledge hammer near being a cloudburst as we ever home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper: .
railway cut which carries off not only I I BAPTIST( CHURCH BULLETINAll the truck is in motion It is hard on have here. son on East Madison street with Mrs. at the bath, Rail l shaving, Red dressIng
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surface water, but the ground water 'i the pavements and, when they once Low place were flooded and gullies Epperson and Mrs. T. N Lfml>augh all mingled in one beautiful viII- i'', r''

'which can be seen trickling over the members of the church are requested begin to break down they"will soon were washed in the roads. The canal. hostesses for the afternoon.The Ion. t (

I'I'day. to be present on Sunday require relaying.It in the drainage district were bank lesson was in the form of a Thrust by Fortune with a roomfulof n

Mr. LeClair came early enough\ to morning especially those who have seems to us that our marshal, full three or four hours later. But questionnaire on Christian education athletic and Academic prodigies !

Put In strawberries, tomatoes and I been received into the church during being no longer afoot could do the the rain was not accompanied by and proved to be very instructive. Red has served, a* a guardian, angel

'other truck on a portion of his land! the past three months. The ordinanceof town a big service by compelling the wind and the growing crop did not Members of the society brought article !- of the savvy but simple. At frequent devastation

and l being a good and enthusiastic the Lord's Supper will be adminIstered trucks to keep to the unpaved street suffer except by an additional wetting of clothing which will be sent to Interval he has soberly predicted De

l gardener, he had good success. He is I at this service and "as oftenas except when using the paved ones is -but they are. use to that. the orphans' home at Arcadia. at the hand: of the Ac
bird

day finds rest and contentment in his cup ye do show the Lord's death till HAVE YOU PAID YOUR TAXES! ? Epperson opened the social program would shut up and let a guy "study

snug, tiny cottage. He is a well educated \ He come." This service begins at CARD OF5 THANKS and also adding to the pleasure of the here I am, bilging cold as Having

man and reading is his chief 11:00: immediately following: the Bible Next Monday, July 2nd, is the day afternoon were recitations by little delivered himself of this pro-t
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recreation.The school, which gathers at 9:45: We the children'of Sarah Starling! when land will .be sold for unpaid tax Misses Martha and Mary Brownlie; nouncement he usually e ?
a'i of such lands. Mr L. G. Powell, two merciful slumber. ,
Telegraph extends: welcome to to extend our sincere thanks es. Look at the list a reading by 1 4
these new settlers and wish them suck m.A full attendance at the Bible desire all' neighbors and friends for published in the Telegraph, and Bee voice numbers by Miss Elizabeth: 'A supply of humor, a fund of little parlor ''
to our the
ess. school is requested as final arrange : their untiring whether your own land Is in it. If it Brownlee and a violin solo *';' MIllS tricks. a knack for doing
their kind help, energy the
with referenceto be- Mae Bennett with !Miss r things that (go to make up sunny I
ments are to be made and their deeds of charity rendered is, then hurry and pay your taxes Gussie pperson alt finished off with a i
W. land i Is sold and avoid trou- as piano accompanist. side of life,
ATTENTION W. O. the picnic. during the sickness and death of our fore the hair have gone i +
of red ,
shock
The senior and Junior B. s''. P. IT. dear mother. May the good Lord, thegiver ble and expense. The lands are listed The hall and reception room were beautiful of Flor
going son
be section townshipand decorated with a quantity of < aisles to create this easy v
By our will no ,
reason of failure in getting There abundantly systematically by ,
meet at 7:00: p. m. of all blessings, reward like him h. l lit
music arrangements perfected, it evening service but the members will you all, is our prayer. range and knowing the "numbers" and, calllopsl! During the 3- tai perIod ida. There I Is no one Rifleman.
Expert
seems advisable to call off the social worship at other churches. Joe Starling, Frank Starling, Maggie of your land, it is easily foundin fruit punch and home mad cake Indispensable -H t

scheduled for Monday night, next. Starling, Dolly Starling. the list, If there. were served by the hostesses.J. Mrs.WM William WM Blakuly MM, Sr., of Wal.

Due notice will be given as to the date to .
Mrs. :J. O. Traxler has returned Jr. C. of Lake Butler was In du, U visiting her son and daughter.
selected. Ritch of Valdosta Ga. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, are Crews
Augustine, after a Mrs. John and Mrs. Wm. Blakoly.t
I St. I Mr.
home in In-Iaw,
her Jacksonville
the week in town Monday.
J. W. MORGAN Committee., visit with Mrs. W. E. Middleton. is the guest of Mr*. N. T. Ritch. pending.

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, '(::. l : I Ii f Sunday was frustrated when L. C. PSYCHOLOGY haps death. .
I : I ,1,1 I There are many tricks of) the mind r
"I i I IJr Stoutamire, bridge tender, fired on
< i i t .i New of Florida in Short Paragraphs two men who summoned him to the Psychology Is the science' .ut it can which we do not understand now, but _

I ''ti: l _n -. ........-4..... "'......---.-- door of the toll house and then con j''be so called) of the mad Physics, which will be explained when psy-
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,, '' \ I : fronted him with a pistol. Stouta I[ dealing with the force of nature, chology becomes farther advanced.

lr, : ( r'I' Live State News I mire when ordered to put up his |i chemistry with .Ae composition of Why do we often beer voices just before After

\ ; i, I I L. : .J hands, slammed the door, found his substances, .ad anatomy with the we fall asleep? We hear conversations -
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j I. Told by Our Exchange I had retreated across the bridge. The sciences subject to demonstration and language than we use ourselves, con-

l { men returned the fire but none of the are, therefore, well advanced. Cut taining words we have never heard a packet > ,
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"' I. .v "'t KtZKESKBtBOEC! : mmmr..u.""" =lI< :a1IX: =\ iWiIiW bullets struck the bridge.tender. the Impossibility of demonstratingI before, but which we find in the dictionary pocket for ut
I i The lime industry of Marion county < round a trio of bandits who today held p I psychological questions, has left this when we look for them after ever rgdy:

continues: to expand b>' leaps and I| up EloodVildon and rubbed him of Word reached Macclenny ,f the | matter to impractical men, visionaries waking up? Can the mind sometimes I II refreshment.Aids .

j. ', bounds. Since the first of the year ;I II,000. Wilson, manager of the Cum- killing of C. W. Smith, a woods rider I cranks and self-deceivers, and is so I free itself and visit people and scenes digestion
'' y three new mines and plants have been I mer Cypress Company, was carryingthe for the turpentine camps; of T. J. far, nothing but a hopeless jumble of at a distance ? Why do mobe be- Allays thirst.

4+. 1i'', I established.R. } payroll to his mill when the bandof Knabb, by John Dugger, age 26, who absurdities. j[ become imbued with the same passions Soothes the
ir'r' I masked men made the hold-up. He lives with his mother, Mrs.\ Ada Dug- Yet psychology!! is on the eve of ad or sentiment? We could men- throat

$i' R. L. Hall, of Pahokee, Palm Teach had just received the money from the ger, about three miles from Sanderson. vancement. Until lately the word was ., tion other similar curiosities, but For Quality,. Flavin tgd
i county, who hag been visiting, in f express agent and had driven in his Dugger, who was detained at seldom seen in print and few had any;!i but some things had better be left the Sealed Package
ClearwAter was drowned at Indian automobile quite a distance from Trilby the jail Tuesday awaiting the action idea what it meant. Now: it is often I(I unsaid till the proper time comes I get
Roiks. Mr. Hall had only recently when the men accosted him. of a coroner's jury, stated that the used. Jt has been discovered that I|I I What Shakespeare' said-"There are
+ J learned to swim, and jumped off the he shot in self defense He said that many have made use of it often for more things in heaven and tarthH{

; diving platform, going down at nce. Lieut. Charles B. Burke, Jr., naval Smith came to his home, with a rifle, without knowing it. The commanders I Horatio, than was ever o I bw yCgs- J''
; aviator, was fatally injured whena to settle some dispute about a mule. II of war hosts, who strive to create and in your philosophy," was the fruit r

? Miss Inez Faulkner, 18 years of age, seaplane which he was piloting went Smith was struck by five bullets from keep, up "morale" among their own) of much thought as well as
r was drowned and Misses Mary and into tail spin over Pensacola bay and a 32. calber revolver, two of them entering forces, while they try to destroy it ence by that great observer exp'ri-I

., .Pcarle Earles were recued just in crashed from an altitude of 1,000 his face and three above his within the enemys ranks, practice I analyst.
N i the nick of time from a ,similar fate, :feet into shallow water. He died several right ear. psychology. A physcician would, in Perhaps! psychology, when far advanced ''
1 ,j jj I while bathing in the surf at St. Augustine hours later without regaining certain causes, not get far with medi- will make plain the real relationship -
Beach. consciousness. Alexander Powell, One man is dead, a woman is in a cines alone, did he not also considerthe between body and mind-
j Pensacola and Marion Agkowskl, of hospital seriously wounded, and ap- state of mind of his patients though this may be asking too much,
'r A second rhynodon almost as large South Harrick, Mass., enlisted men I other man is in the county jail as the Macbeth said to his wife's physcician: for the Creator will never let u'

as the one captured by the Claude who were flying with Burke, escaped result of an alleged quarrel over I "Canst thou not minister to a mind knqw all His secrets. But a working 'e'
r Nolan party from Miami, June 9, was alive Although Powell has five broken fishing rights in Midnight Pass near diseased I knowledge of the new science, will
M i taken alive last at Grassy Sarasota. Edward Andrews 3,; a advance *
b Saturday ribs. Pluck from the memory some root- cause the human race to a
t I i Key, near Long Key, according to fisherman, was shot to death near the ed sorrow?" nothing else ever done before.
word :Miami. The fish was B. Britt 41, another fisherman, Emile Coue who lately
l reaching The body of a negro believed to be pass. and the physician answered, "Thereinthe Such men as ,
i 90 feet long and lived until the day Roy Gaines and suspected to have was arrested soon afterward by Sheriff patient most minister unto him visited this country, tend rather to

I after its capture. been invoked! in the slaying! of Marshal -< Hodges and later in the day was self." This disgusted Macbeth, and make psychology: ridiculous than to

.' Charles Bryant at Homestead, charged with the murder by a coron- rightly so, and he said, "Throw physic promote its study, for they are nothing -
Hastings have found found half mile er's jury. Britt's wife was shot in the but charlatans and jugglers, not
potato growers was a south of that to the dogs, I'll none of it. )In
b A ready market for their small potatoes place l In the woods within twenty- abdomen with a shotgun and is in the I insane asylums, we presume, but lit- truth-seekers. The time will come

1 the kind classed as number 3's five feet of the main highway. The hosptal here. tle medicine is used, but the doctors: when cranks and their absurdities We Our
( because! of their size. The Hastings body was literally riddled with shotgun depend upon "ministering to the mind will be driven out of the temple, and Grind[ Olin Lenses

Herald says that during the past few wounds and partly hidden in aicle. The development of Silver Springs, diseased." Knowledge of how to bend then will come the quest for truth, NO-DELAV
i ? l I clays hundreds of bags have been shipped This is the third death in con- the largest known springs in the persons' minds to suit their purposes and it will be rewarde d I with success.

to to Tennessee, to be used as nection with the slaying, another negro world, near Ocala, is expected to is in common use, not only by charlatans QaincsVille. Fl r I.IA
t9 I'ed'j William Simmons, having been start shortly. It is planned to make exhorters, patent medicine SAMPSON: CITY

Twelve hundred and eight shot to death by a posaee within an the Springs one of the outstanding makers, but also: by lawyers, spell J. L. SIMMONS:
was paid for a car load of cucumbers hour after the killing of the marshal. resorts of Florida, both winter and binders, book agents and) peddlars. To Sampson City, June 29: -Mrs. \V. S. PLUMBER AND:" ELEtlKl-
2 P in hampers, shipped into Jacksonville summer. The Silver Springs Com
be a successful detective means to be Knabb has returned home from several CONTRACTOR:"
+; by the state prison farm at Raiford, Discovery of the use in the highways pany, a. corporation: has purchased a practical psychologist. An organi-I I days visit wfth( her daughter; ,
S 1 according to the state marketing bureau 1600 acres around the basin at the ESTIMATES CIIEEHFU.L.E.' \
of smoke screen bombs was act, even of a band of train Mrs.I Lonnie Morgan at Brooker. .
u which handled the shipment. The muck Wednesday night by Constable head of the Springs and along the must be versed in psychology rObbers'1 Mrs. W. J. Robeyson spent Monday Telephone 133-J

') average price for a carload of cukes H. F. FaUtreau of Miami, who reported north side of Silver Springs Run. The will not be able to choose a- at Lochloosa visiting :Mrs. A. K. STAKKE. FLA.
*? in hampers is from $600 to $1,000., it that when he pursued a carload property extends for a distance of .. '. And so forth. I Ipcrsonn. Smith.
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was pointed out. of liquor the occupants threw two and a half miles along the Vun. When the time shall that the absurdities -I K. .\. Jones visited his friend, J. C. To Stop a Cough Quick
out the bombs! which burst in the road The details of the proposed develop hampering psychologigal Kaulerson, of Lake Butler, Saturday take '
1. J The pineapple movement from St. and left a great cloud of smoke that ment have not been announced. knowledge, shall be expunged, and It I night and Sunday. couth! medicine HAYES" which HEALING stops tho 10.NtY.ti cough: bj
I
i' w ,o Lucie county Is now well under way, hid] the movements of the car ahead. be properly' compiled and classifiedand Mr. Richardson and family have healing the inflamed and irritatt T issue
t with eight or ten cars being shipped! .. The Atlantic Coast Line "Shrine:: i A box of GROVE'S O-PE.N: "'XATI
t N A the wind was blowing, he pulledto presented in popular' language, iiK",,yfd here from Orlando. \\ e welcome
S r weekly. The bulk of the shipments one side of the road and broughtthe !; Special" enroute from Washington to j then! it will be in such a state that it them to our town. SALVE for Chest Colds. Head 0 u\>UJj

are from the southern part of the car to a atop by firing/ at it and Tampa with a delegation of :South can be further revised and additions Mrs R. :ii. Caton and daughter, Croup HA YES'Is HEALING enclosed with HONEY every fi,"> 'tab,.all'!d

county, with Jensen us the heaviest !' found twenty cases of liquor. The Florida Shriners and their wives to the knowledge 'tIlled! from time to :Mollie Lou, are visiting relatives in should be rubbed on the chest and ;liM:
; shipping point. Smaller snipments, rum runners fled into the brush. aboard, was wrecked Saturday morn- time. Thus I it will be on the road to Georgia this week. of children Buffering from a Cold or Crwif
1 I ," wever, are being made from other ing at 10:30: near Crescent City Junc- really become a science, worth the Mr. and Mrs W. H. Smith and Mr The hcnllnn effect of Hnyea Healing Hcwrl rand
\ Ida the throne combined with the heeling
: \ elation along the riverfront.. ,\-: Nixon, white, living about thirteen tion. The train was going ut about while of practical men to study and Richardson motored to Starke Fri- "rove" O-Pen-Troto Salva through the era oj

.t tt : \\i' I" -=-- miles west of :Madison was shot forty-five miles an hour, when the promulgate/, ; not an exact science, to the Both akin remedlra ROOD stops are a couuh.packed In one carton.4IM
: I Shrimp shipments from Fernandina by his wife, following a quarrel between accident occurred. Three Pullmans, be sure, yet perhaps more so than the II day.Miss Mamie Hall spent Monday ntLorhloosu J cost of the combined treatment Is halo f
Ii 1 y.' during the months of :May 1923, total them. :Mrs. Nixon fired once, two baggage cars and the diner jump- science of geology, for I instance. It guest of Mrs A. K. Smith. I
i ilS, .. barrels as handled by the with a pistol, the ball striking Nixon ed the track and ploughed into' the can then be profitably studied and ap- Krving Murrhee, of Graham, war a'' HEAD G HONEY.

Amercan Railway Express Company in the lower left side of the abdomen. soft sand. Luckily, there was no plied by criminologists, teachers (even visitor here Tuesday.Dr. ,
I j alone, which does not include keg and She claimed that Nixon had beaten I telescoping and the cars remained up- ifV.. J. Bryan shall declare it a Biggs, of Starke, was a professional CC1t t1C C1t7""RA7
I n i ,' Lox shipments handled.! by this com her. Nixon was hurried Valdosta right. The passengers were badly heresy) and by parents. We are : visitor here Sunday. IIJIJICOFFINS & CASKETSAnd

,?" r o, pany. In adddl'nun to these figures the and died there. Nixon made a living shaken but no one was injured. I fearfully and wonderfully made, and Link Williams and W. J. Roberson, I
of
i Southern Express hauled something by selling medicine and! attracted who knows the effects the develop fo Lochloosnspent the week-end herewith a Full Line

i like six hundred barrels, while the some attention here by giving demonstrations Henry Gainey, negro, age 2::>, is ment of psychology may have on the relatives and friends. Undtrtahtr Sufplirl
Seaboard Air Line Railway handled with rattlesnakes. He. was dead and Frank Hines and Will Hines human race? Hampton Jones was a business visitor --
HEARSE
I 1 a good I many solid carsJewell also engaged in farming white, together with Leroy Gainey, The purely scientific phase of psychology to Raiforil Monday.l.ptomacy Always AUTOMOBILE on hand. The best .",

colored, are lodged in the county jail has proved beyond a doubt vie. at the lowest prices. Special
Tindall, was drowned Friday This is one of the worst boll weevil on charges of murder. us the result that the mind, or soul of man consists attention to telegraph orn. -
t i night about midnight at the side of years in the history of the state's cot- of what officers term a "moonshine' of two portions, constantly at war : in tae horns Registered Embalmer,
S' I" the fill crossing Luke Tohopekaligu ton crop, according to a warning sent brawl" at Trout Pond, 2:) miles north- each other. The first is the original l : .
'(' iu* I I a short distance east of tho bridge. He out by Dr. Wilmon Newell, directorof west of Gainesville on the banks of mind, comprising all that is animal .! DeWITT C. JONES
;%.%Ut*. : and Buck Gibbs were returning from the Agricultural Experiment Sta the Santa Fe river late Thursday within us. If this is not improved, :himself !but If he Is it pretty goodallcer J
Kissimmce thu direction of. St. Cloud tion. Dr. Newell in sounding his 'night. Gainey's body was found riddled we are little or no superior to the he can get out ot tt wltuou'iUn STARKE FlAt I
I when they ran off the bank: and turned warning stated that "over 23 percent with buckshot Friday morning beasts. This has been called! the sub- I < : 1\1.0- mud., -fnrt Worth Stan t0'9CRx7t\ >3itGtilfCsUWiPtCfCila'JSalttt4tl! "

{ I over. Gihbs managed to extract himself of boll weevila survived the winter by Deputy Sheriff L. W. Tyler. The' conscious mind. From it, through
S from under the and I
cur came to in Alachuu county." Minute application i negro's body rested on the slope of education, tin conscious mind, or
town to notify Sheriff Farmer, who of the sociilli'd Florida method : the river bank while his face and reason, or conscience will rise like J
h f accompanied him to the scene of the of control recently evolved by the hands were partially submerged in cream from milk. The subconscious! I

accident. state plant bOl\rIII! needed, accordingto the waters of the Santa FCI. A fifty mind is always battling for United StatesTires i -
P. Newell.: gallon still was running within a few macy, but is held in check by
1 Ll Officer of the Trilby section !Saturday :! sl"Pre-1
Good
feet of its: dead owner. reason. However, reason is are Tires
_ l a night were attempting to \irWish \\. II. Holland I, fruit grower and I times caught napping, and L

I well known business man of,Leesburgwas \ THINK THIS OVER will commit errors, or even crimes, "
t Zrt killed, while plowing his grove I which we could not have thought of I -ancTUSCp

a through the tractor he was driving This happened at he Chicago Live if reason had held full sway. :

I t A falling upon him and crushing him to Stock Show. A doctor stood admiring ication weakens the conscious Into'l-I A confirms it

death. Mr. Holland wall plowing on a large, fat hog, when a small boy I such an extent that the unconscious .'r.: i tP.
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unevfiiviuil, and the tractor reared "That's mastership. hence ?i
+ I up standing by piped up, my assumes most ...r.J.:;'), t
st WI I and :fell over backward, pinning him father's hog. He got the first crimes of violence are committed by j I ,::k' q. ., ..:. ,, //,
bencuth it. Ills body, was released, "Wonderful," said the doctor.prlze.1 drunken men. I :"' 4/Rfil1; ,,"" ; ... __ _.__-_ r.
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but he was .to'injured internally that tainly a fine hog." Then he looked at With the knowledge of this peculiarity .a- '; o ",," -

m "I hart taken Cardui for run he died in a few hours.:! the boy. of the mind, well developed-as P: -s== y
;
fr1 h down, worn-out condition, "How old lire you son ?" he asked. it will be in course of time-parents ; :
4f : nervou n M and sleeplessness, '\', McDonald:\ :28! of Valdosta, "I'm twelve past,"said the boy. and teachers can strive 'to subdue the --.. :.: ._. ;; -r
M y and I was weak, too," says Ga., died at n Augustine: hospital I "Why," said'! the doctor, "you are subconscious and threngthen the con-I ,. ., :
;? t Mrs. Sllvie Estes, of Jennings. from injuries received in a railroad small for a nine-year 01.1.Vhat do sciuos mind of their children and pup- )) 'f;
'f r Okla. "Cardui did me )Just lob motor car accident on the Orange you oat and drink?" ils, making of them a race of men rA : ;"'-"" -PP:<

/ I of good-so much that I gave It City branch Saturday. It is said that. "Just what the rest: of the folks and women having more strength of

: to my daughter. She complained *- the motor car, on which several men do-bread,'meat, pie, potatoes, coffee, mind, higher/ ideals and more knowledge -
of a soreness in her(Idea |, in Addition to young McDonald, were coke and tea." than the present race has. It
4 and back. She took three '' riding) struck n cow on the track. MLDonnld "But," queried the doctor, "don't will also give each individual the I
a g bottles ol was thrown anti suiTervd: fatal you drink milk ?" means of introspection, HO that be YOUR enthusiasm over "USCO" perform- I
I InJuries He wa. brought to St. Augu.itlne "Newsaid: the boy in a tone of can see his own shortcomings and I won't surprise the motorist who knows
on a special train and it was disgust, "we feed milk to the hogs.- apply a cure for them. the fabric tire 1 e1J.Every .
: v found that he had sustained a fracture I ( Incngu Health Bulletin.To Yet it seems that, the conscious ,
I CARDUI at the base of the skull. mind being the daughter of the sub- 30 x 34 tire user recognizes"USCQ" as
a value to be respected and to be investigated.The .
consciuos! the latter cannot be put
Cure a Cold In One !hayTatra
I Walter Bruntlcy, four-year-old ad- wholly under subjection by the for "USCO "
l LAXATIVE BROMO QUNINE: : (T.bl....) users know it as a money'sworth
1 opted son of Mr. and! Mrs. Clarence lop*the iuunh ami Jieada..he and work* <*&:i: mer; nor would i iio, be well to depriveit that before
\\l/cm/ n's Tonic ''B. Bentley of Gulf Cold. h.:W.: t>KUV C. lguatun W neb box. .. came the public as a leader
The port, was kidnapped of all liberty, even if it could be and that has maintained its
by two men who carried the child done. The subconscious mind, whenat leadership.
;s; and her condition was much away under the eyes of his foster A TONICOrove'a full liberty, is equivalent to the "USCO" Is made by the same people who

f better. father. While inquiring of Brantleythe Tasteless chill Tonic restores "instinct" possessed by apimalsrVhile : make Royal Cords.Whereto.
"; .... "We have: lived here, near- address of stranger, one of the I Energy and Vitality by Purifying and ] education destroys much of the
;, Jennings. for 2b years, and now 1 men crabbed the child carrying! him Enriching the Blood. When you feel its instinct we are born with, we still
t ,SIc we have our own home in town. to an automobile which was parkedin strengthening Invigorating effect, see how have a great deal I left and should be
1S, ,' I have had to work pretty hard,
front of the house. The second man it brings color and In
to the checks: how badly off without it. every per
.j as this country wasn't built up, followed clowly. Hriintley ran to it I buy U.S.l7nes
S a Improves the appetite you v/Ulthen son's 'experience he can recall many
N and It made it hard for us.
I rear room for his shotgun. He fired appreciate, Its true tonic value. I instances when his Instinct, which
WISH I could tell weak
"I
once at the man running, but missed.: :! Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply worked quicker than the slower reason J. w, Andrew
medicine
of Cardui-the
women The kidnappers returned the tire, Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So saved him from injury or per- -t Jr. Starkf', Fla.
iths
t i that helped give me the strength shooting three time pleasant even children like It. The blood Garage, Stark, FU.
i':: to eo on and do my work." needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Colds Cause urip .D<1 'orluensaLALeTIVEERQMOC'NT.ETbicti ndenon'a Garage Lawtey FU.
55k I I EM An attempt to rob the Clearwater Enrich iu* Destroys Malarial! germ anti : : -rmnv* :a s. D. Morgan, Orange! Park. Fl*.
_. .r Island Bridge toll house at midnight Grip germs by Its Strengthening lnv1i1U' caa_ Th.r* !Is rniy tae '**..*!".. .......or..
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FRIDAY.. JUNE 29! 1923.
BRADFORD qOUNTT TELBGRAPH. STARES FLORIDA PAGE TUftED r ,
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season is to blow surphur dust on'' .. ,. ,
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....---w .www.w.w 0 ww..w..www...........-....-...... 1 trees by means if .t power duster _- -
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i As the rust nutv ,is dial!,. to appear'' t .
With The Bradford
at any time, wllt'hful'litll1l/., com
biped with! thorough preparedness is

the only policy to follow ': ,
Farmers '
County I ,t. ... I

FRANK: ROUSE: HAS EXCITING: : ,
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t,.. ,...----------..---......*..*..*.._! TIME AT BEACH :' oj,
I t h .
.. .} Battles For Shore With Immense 7 t 1 ht

: PIGS BEST OF CARE eased stalks from the field; crop rotation I'ortujtueselan.O': -)tar Clinging i A Aa

TJF '.001) RESULTS WANTED and the use of seed;\ corn thatis to Him. I

free from the! spores of this dis _

|iei> 11\ ptga' coming and helP ease.Where What looked for a few minutes liken I

i pasi\ through the weaning per- the corn is used tic silubie very tragic ending for the dt'ligt-
Mth 11 getting rough-haired and or stover, th" plants should be i ut ful picnic given by the Pinellas County -

Lpinff symptoms of runtinesa! ," early and as near the ground as possible Kpworth League Union yesterdayafternoon )

|. advici of A. P. Spencer, of the in order that as many as possible ,, at Clearwater Beach, happened
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extension divis- of the spores be removed.In when Frank
>la, igncultural Rouse one of the .
|u t m. pig owner. order to obtain seed corn free forty members who attended from
aooui three weeks of age pigs from spores, pick ears from disease the beach from where he was swim-

\ II at, and when a month old free plants. Gather the cars without ming, a distance from the shore that

[ should have a seperate place for husking and husk them after they; an octupua had him. Rouse put up a .
Partition off a small comemakt have been carried to some place where game fight with the big water animal '.

;ng i a creep hole for them, scan spores will not be blown on them after that was clinging to him and finally The '

[ "e'> in and feed by themselves; the husks are removed reached shore, where it was recognize p

Spencer advises. Following this ed as what is the, will grow faster and be EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS OF sub-tropical waters as a "Portuguese d C

{dependent< on their mothers. Such COUNTY:> AGENTS Man-o'-War." It was speedily killed

11 may be conveniently used un by the other bathers. :

,e .MB are weaned, which should Madison-Fifty per cent cotton in l Rouse was swimming in about nine Telegraph
then they are from 10 to 12 weeks: this county was treated by Florida feet of water, about five o'clock whenhe :

method of weevil control. Express saw a large, dark ball floating on'' F'

i:al1 pigs should be fed largely ont shipments of cantaloupes started. One I the water near him. He swam towards \ '
| and oats, with a small amount carload of melons loaded this week : it. When about ten feet from f I "

prnmcal and tankage. In feeding sold for $100.OsceolaThe. the\ object hundreds of string-like ten-

. it but the oat ker. him him :
are indigestible; local growers' ussociation stinging frightfully. rt
j us the best .of feed. In addition,, : made $4,000 on a $0,000 Investment Rouse immediately started for the ,
I
should be fed some cracked corn in strawberry refrigerators shore, shouting to the people there. I II

a day, some green feed and aure last season. When he arrived the fish was beatento

with plenty of shade and coolr. death, and Rouse taken to Dr. Bowen -

This provides variety and has Polk-Citrus men are dusting and of Clearwater, who treated the

Itiilency to give about the propernt spraying with lime-sulphur for con- stings received. These were on all

)f fat trol of rust mite. Citrus prospects parts of his body this morning show-
are good. ing red swollen, rash where the animal

&&WN SPOT OF CORN; had reached him. '\ Is one of the necessaries ?

BOW TO PREVENT SAME: Brevard appropriated money to beautify portions of the fish and required med. of life for Bradford

p'h temperature combined with a highways. It is planned to plant an foal attention to his feet. Ilea mother .

weather favors the developmente ornamental nursery at the county Mrs. W. E. Parrish, In applying first County people, and that i

disease known as corn brown. farm and thus provide the plants with aid to Rouse, suffered severe stingson

which first appears as slightly which to ultimately beautify every her hands. this fact is becoming more l +

i bed or yellow spots on the corn mile of county roadway. I The Portuguese man-of-war is a
is I globular fish about eighteen Inches in and more recognized all

is caused by a minute Hamilton Many farmers fell in diameter, with hundreds of tiny ten-
>> disease -
''JS parasite, which, attacks the line during the week and treated the acles, which are used by the fish to the time is seen by the l t,.

'3, leaf sheath and stalks. The cotton by the Florida method for weevil secure its food by a suction! method. p
colored spots, first noticed turn control. These tenacles float on the water number of new subscribers CA e
about ten feet ahead of the fish and
.
in a few days, until they be1
PT \
. ,1 brown to reddish brown with air Taylor-After finishing the work of sting very severely when they touch. constantly added to ,

margin. They are small, and weevil control the.farmers are pleased Several years ago over a hundred peo-
ple by the Portuguese our list. Join the
i numerous give the blade rusty and are planning for a good crop were stung procession -
Atlantic and Pablo
this man-of-war at
i trance. season. .
the midrib of the leaf and the Beaches in one day, when a large and find out what >l. r,
Lake-Assisted county agents of number of these deep water creatures
I sheath the spots often measure
Lrth of an inch in diameter and neighboring counties in holding citrus drifted into shore. This is one of is going.on at home .
field meetings. All phases of citrus the first of these that have been seen
|hem parts the disease is often ac- : and abroad ,
culture were discussed at four on this coast in a long time.-Tarpon I.
'anted by a red color which may
held in two days. Springs Leader. t. t t tr
ell hide the Town Co :lor of theus meetings
When maturity is reachedspots ?
appear as brown blisters, St. Johns-Hastings fair association HEED THIS APPEAL I
The Children's Home Society of
h are filled with the spores of theu has decided to hold another fair
: The tissues of the invaded this fall. Jersey calves* ccenlly purchased Florida-with State headquatrers in ,

i are only a shredded mass of co-operatively and now in the Jacksonville making a most urgent -. tlhr :tI
fibers hands of club members were found in appeal to the good hearted people
of Florida to provide homes for I ;
good condition when visited this past
.e 1! spots on the stalks are usually .
its big family of absolutely homeless
numerous at the Joints, and in week.
boys and girls, for its homes in
t' instances the plant is complete. Jacksonvillu and Pensacola, are filled (
Walton-Gave seven demonstration) $2.00 Per Year
:,ruled causing it to be easily bro. and Only
Florida method of boll almost to their utmost capacity
in applying
b" the wind at the lower joints.
brown and daht weevil control. Farmers are adoptingit. other children in need cannot come
.1.!exposed pith Is into the home, until good homes are $1.00 for Six Monthsin

? found for some of the fine boys and
| treatment for the disease con- -
Wakulla-Farmers are having their girls already in the home.A advance
solely in preventive measures,
made for
ia
particular appeal
hogs treated for cholera control regardless
found that
has
ro I fungicide been
of other work. homes for boys for the society has r
walls and kill
I penetrate the spore the finest lot of boys from seven to lN.t .
spores, according to Dr. O. F. t
of that have
Bay-Several cattlemen are ordering fourteen years ,ge ever
.{er The of the methods Florida suggested experiment for con.sta- dip and asking me to take charge been in the home-boys in, pairs-singles ae
dip their -triplets, etc. There are a fine
where the disease has occurredthe of their vats so they may
removal of all disKibltual cattle for tick control. Bunch grapes lot of older boys up to fourteen years.
complete and anxious out to
have set an exceedingly fine crop and Eager to go some ,
Cured are in the best of condition. good home in the country-homes of fit 3
education and opportunity.The ,
In 14 to :21 Day. -
IX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially; Dade-Plans are being made for a society also has a fine lot of Address all letters and remittances to ;
Habitua from 8 to 11 of ,4
ared SyrupTonlc-Laxatfve for meeting of avocado growers. i girls- years age-
pupation. It relieves promptly but 'that the society desires in just the
lid be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day homes where
kind of family -
duce regular action. It Stimulate and RUST MITES CONTROLLEDBY : right Bradford County TelegraphFRID.Y.
''Hates. Very Pleasant to Tak. 60cI : SULPHUR COMPOUNDS they will be accepted in Just the right i
I buttle.' kind of family-sent to sjhool,-hurch

Recent from the citrus areas etc. Florida ]
ASPIRIN of the state show that in spite of Homes are not urged for babies or ,

the many rains of the last few weeks children under five years-for the society .
usually has a waiting list for
and of the prevalence of their fungous -

iy "Bayer" and Insist! enemy, rust mites are becoming these little ones-but a most urgent 1 fwJ
numerous in some groves. Thereforeit appeal Is made for homes for older

will be necessary for the growers Joys in particular, and for a few older 1

to keep a close watch out for this pest girls. I
Q for! the next few weeks. If it shows The home society places all, children ,+f I

up, give him a dose of sulphur.The out on approval for !several .
individual rust mite is barely months-before any permanent arrangements 1'

visible to the naked eye. Under a are required!! and gladly :
all the facts concerning the history : '
good lens it appears as a long, tapering gives \ i
t \
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yellow wedge. The legs are extremely ; of the child-to persons applying ,
short and its movements are for a child. ,

therefore; slow. When numerous on Who will be the first to offer a good

an orange, they give it a characteristic home to some fine boy or /girl, or a jt

mealy or powdery appearance. pair of fine brothers, or a brother and .
They multiply very rapidly in warm sister or two good sisters'1

dry weather. Therefore, It Is necessary Applications should be mailed to
on to watch carefully the State Superintendent Marcus k4'
.lp""* you mw the name "Bayer" for the grower
not mw. hr on tablflrta you are (g for their first appearance,
Hit genuine Bayer prorlurt pro- fruit. Florida who will /gladly give
,l I.., would produce bright .
t ntytwofn
tiul by proved physicians i safe over by millions forold. Sulphur in some form 1 Is the best full particulars to any one willing to i I i}

Headache means of treatment. The ordinary give tome good boy or girl a chancein y a

toothache Lumbago 'commercial lime sulphur solution has life.
*'ar Rhum tmmN'nuralgia mostly. According v .
ehe "
been used in the past
No Worm Jn a ne lthy Child
rain, Pain to Prof. J. R. Watson of the I All cbUdtea troubled with Worn' b.,. .n nahedtbrcotor. -
crept, 'Bayer Tablet ofJoplrin" Florida Experiment Station, it should .wbkb todlr. .t..poor Mood,mod ass
Each unbroken package conUiiw with water at the rate of' nil.. thrra I* nor or I I.... stomach dUCurtwoo. .
, """ directions.! Handy bo of bo diluted GROVE S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC awes n.ulartr -
J''v, tablet coat few cenU. Drugalto 1 gallon to about 70 gallons of water for two of these 00..... wU enrich the blood.iftlprnv"cb. .
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And ...... .!!
and 100. d Untkin. s.ls. StfwntftJi-
of 24
f sell boUle ..
.alaSToelc07us' w 5ol..yN.ta Mats wlllttwathrovoffrrdliMl
f irin i. the .trade mark of BayernufaettrM Another method which has been ih>worms and th.CaU4 wIlt be "
of MonoavoetioacidMter. of In favor during the last two l la oerfect bralta. Pteuort__M.a_pu bourn
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t( :> a great burden; for .children to I l: ReY. Parker, of EHt: TilIe,' Ga. Thede. :!ol",. W. F. G-xiwin. Misses I: HAMPTON

' yi ( ; : Bradford County Telegraph! r* forced to alt them through. ,I' All)) his. appointment here next Blanchard\ and Margaret!: God ,

" 1 i t r ----- ... ---- No, we are not opposed to CTiau-, ,' day and Sunday. Everybody in'it were among those! attending the Hampton, June 28.-Jay Daugh-

, p'a" and entered tau<4ua. To the contrary we deem. I attend. of the federated club at [ erty, of Starke, attended baptismal
i.. ,. Published weekly as them good things for a town but the I 1Ie.*". Schell Byrd and Daffy : Friday. services here last Sunday.Mr. .

I second class matter, at the post ;-.,irt: that we are raising i II that they. | erntby, cf Graham were visitors | Miss Margaret Godwin, of Jackson- and Mrs. J. L. Wynn, of Sam-

I )' office at Starke Florida. should) b* put on an equal basis i with I last Saturday afternoon I U spending her vacation with pson City, were the guests of Mr.

I s == O' ... all;i other traveling theatrical attntc-' 1 I Little Jaanita Barefoot( bas parents here. Wynn's aunt last Tuesday.
E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner ions and take -pot-luck" with the, I| for the past few day nriTerinf | death of Mr*. Lime dana:: Cob- Charles Manaire and wife of Jacksonville l
f.1thf'n--DOC try to force this "moral burn occurred at her home one mile I
the of Mr. Mans:
1 were guests
n I EVERY FRIDIV '-flift" stuff down oar throat. I, Mri. B A. W<*:s, who has i 1 I of town on Jane 19th from a aire's mother, Mrs. :'1. E. :Manaire II I to Re.t1 rime

PUBLISHED A few year ago the editor of this I! for the past two' ,,weeks was illnes. She was 38 years this week.Rev. .

,. paper ... conducting a picture anj. I Alachua last Saturday for |' aye, was born and raised In Baker Jones, of Lake City, was a ::.;,.11
fi. SUBSCRIPTION' RATE i vaudeville *tf-,w in a certain good ; She was accompanied by Miss Early in life she was united business visitor here this week. &

U ,: Georgia town. A chautaaqua cameto : Mime, trained nurse, and while marriage to Louis A. Roberta and. "'. G. Seals of Jacksonville, and
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Per Year _____________________S2.00FLORIDA'S the school: auditorium for a week. bill be attended by Dr. Bishop this union) eight children were born formerly of Hampton, was a visitor!

r '. It war a rainy week, but church member I W. S. Nabb, of Sampson, was a II of whom are now living. I here last Sunday.T. .
of that town who could not be conducted
|itor here Wednesday. Funeral services were by
JEW LIQUOK: LAWThere
; G. Futch and family, of Lees-
r : dragged into my theatre, went out E. D. Boyer at the cemetery near
| R. A. Week i
spent Sunday in burg, were visitors\ here last Saturday
s ,, can be no question a* to Flor I' with umbrella' and covered can and I chua: at the bedside of his wffe. I I i Wednesday.; Of rear rela- and Sunday.Mr. .
1I worked the town from morning until John
t ida'. loyalty to the prohibition sentiment N. E.: Baxter was a visitor to If j she leaves her father Youngblood, of Theressa' wasa
I night in the interest of the Chautau 1
iI Sr., of Raiford three sisters
after July 1st. The late legislature ; ton Saturday night. I business visitor last MondayMrs.
: qua, practically: coed) my theatre for I four brothers, Mrs. W. B. Rich- Mere )
and the has D. J. of
Byrd, Graham
pasted
governor { wa a J. P. Sullivan spent last Saturday
I the week on account of me not being of Wateroak Muss Etta Mann
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signed, an act to become effective on I j' tor to our town Monday and Sunday with her son, Clev
able to get: sufficient people into my I Raiford, Mrs., Addie Johnson of I
date which is the most drastic J. E. Clemon (
:that pent Monday j eland Sullivan of Theressa.H. .
house, and then the guarantor had ,I Springs M. :Mann, :Mac!
law which Florida has transacting business )
on prohibition noon at I B. Wiggins apd family, of Starke
s
i to "dig down" heavily to pay the : and James Mann of Raiford 'I.I I I.
i had its books. Violation I
on statute
ever
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county visitors here last
seatRev. Sunday.
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guarantee., And listen, people! Two )Mann of Lawtey. The bereaved were ,i
after that date will be met with :,
Proctor of Lake Butler, Miss Beatrice Johns who had been ;
of the attraction. that
appeared on have the of the
sympathy en-
j compulsory jail sentences, light; for his appointment her last j; spending a week with friends and I
r that had I
,+ it the first offense, but severe for the ;t Chautauiua program ap the Missionary Baptist church. I community. relatives here returned to her home FOR SALE BY
lr : f i second. There will be no more light; ; peared on pry vaudeville: stageoneof J. W. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, j t }Ir. and Mrs. Tom Frazier, of Prof Duval, :Misses Carine and J. W. ANDREWS J,
which rotten that I had
was so Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Richard-
} ; I L tit heavy fines which, the bootlegger!/ i a visitor here last Sunday. j Elizabteh Wheeler, and Pearl Clayton St.rk.. Flmitres _.
cancelled it after one appearance in I of Wateroak Mr. and :Mrs.: J. C.
s pay easily from hi. enormous profits Messrs., T. J. and N. E. who are atending school at Gainesville --
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I t' my theatre. and Rowe Thompson of J,-.- t-"cc .- ,
I his .ea .
and continues illegal occupation.
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I spent Monday fishing at Lake spent the week end here.
; The above i I. merei is nut you to were visitors of L. A. Rob lac ."
I The law provides that the first of- ; J. I. Dubose of Starke was Mrs. A. :M. Wiliams and daughter, vitality :tact ?urlfytza tJ>4..
thinking. You have signed up for the Wednesday. rlchlnj til* blood. V i anivbtotaciuil w,'In tr.,. ,
ftnse &f law violation shall be p ha
j [ i liquor acting business here part of Miss Eva :May, were chopping in wtL,g. Cs t dn.. t
punishable, by a fine of not less than J next Chautauqua and we hope that week. Starke this week. ?

.;r t i L 1A ; I 25 or not more than $;jOO and by im-1 you won't have to "dig down," butdon't The truck growers have loaded : SERMON AERIES Dr.liddletln: was a professional Mrs. S. M. ::Simmons, :Mi, T- "":;:

J' k ;prisonment of not less than thirty swallow it for another year.- eral I cars of corn in the past a'e visitor here this week I llama, Mrs P. B. Hunti !:,
sffies
; day and not more than six montb5.'r fa f Okeerhobee New this The following of sermons Williams, Xadley Main .
t i I place and l ire getting very Rev. Burke, of Waldo, was attend- <''I'
: Second offenses will be punishable: prices. be preached in the Baptist church, ing to business here last Tuesday. :Maxwell, C. C. L. Hou,., Ii hand ;

v by fine tit not less than $1,1)00) noi BOOKER Mr. and }h!<. E.: J. Lewis and ginning on Sunday morning next. :Master Vivian Saxon has recently P. J. Pearce and :"> If

f more than $5,000 and imprionmen1 t dren spent the week-end at Pine Religion.; returned from Green Cove Springs, C. Hunt.
in the state penitentiary of not more Brooker, June :23-L. R. Gainey and 24-Us Ho'ding\ Power. where he has been visiting his grandmother

ik ; than three )'ears. ..on. Royce spent! a few days of last LAWTEY 1-Its Revealing Power. Mrs. Walls IX HO>: OR OF :MRS IWIC\.m( !|

f ; This ought to make a sensible re week transacting bunine sin Jackson SIts Practical Power. Mr. and Mrs '.\. A. Durden, :Mrs. Mrs. J. II. Ritcn enteitnmally r.

I duction in the number of bootleggers! ,, ville. Lawtey, June 2D.! -Mrs. V. R. July 15-Its Sanctifying Power. W. B. Alexander, :Mrs. F. E. Henry, Monday evening h islake
; 'I if it I I. enforced honestly and thor Mr. and Mrs. Ebby Cone and children dish 22-Its Vital Power. .
c i : and children, Roy and Eva, and Miss Ada Ximmo motored to in honor of her tcm l
oughly. There will be few ret:jm a of Tampa, are )hre on a visit turned home last week from Waldo last Monday evening. E. Robinson, of Lake hand ,I :u

;t it to the old dens! and xtilU after a fe w with his mother, Mrs. Emily): Abbott. City, where they spent two LAKE BUTLER :Miss:\ Wilma :May, of Alachua coun- l :Miss :Margaret Long

p jail experiences, and the general reBpect L. F. Surrency of Plant City, was I with relatives and friends. t ty spent the week end with her grandparents .l- The large living room \'. tied
j0; fw law will be vastly augmented the guest cf relatives here last Fri Mrs. Enoch Griffis and Butler June 2D.-Mrs. Rosa with .
f Mr. and Mrs T. :M. Hagan. Spanish moss and a
when It is found that it b day. and children have returned
cannot e Pearl were visitors to Starke and .
A carload of watermelons were ship- a delightful e"enlnjtVII ,I'
violated. ) with impunity Tampa I'. :'1. Barefoot and H. D. Surrencywere r nesday.M. after a pleasant visit with Mrs this .
ped from here last Tuesday.Will hospitable summer h m.
t I1, e I Time! visitors, ; to Hampton last Satur : L. Smith and family, of Pamell of Jacksonville. Jones, of Theressa, was transacting ming was enjoyed l by thelater I s.
day. man, spent several days in town home of :'11'. and Mrs J. Ken- business here last Friday.Mr. in the evening the h, enn.
THE CH.\lTl'ql'I.KE: E. T. Stewart and J. H. and I was the scene of a pretty
Raney week with relatives and friend.T. ". / very ed fruit .
I L. R. Kalch and family have punch and sandw I h
tf ton, Elzey, were visitor to Lake Get I J. Terry, Mrs. Lois Ivy rick quiet, home wedding:,, Thursday' recently located in the Pawl cottagenear Besides the honor guesr-, ',; .:'\!.
/'ii'[' Practically town of siz t( last Thursday.Mrs. June21: at 8:30.'hen their
every any < e t daughter Hilda Miss Claudia the school building.Mr. inson and Miss Long, ther. r y.
and consequence is suited early by S: V. Andreu and children, Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber were :: Bessie Gertrude became the
Misses
: and :Mrs. C. L. Houser have recently ent Florence Mafl: 11
t Chautau U<* organisations. One visited and Louise, spent Sunday with I itors to Gannesville Wednesday of :Mr. N. L. Swanson, of Pier- been visitors to the county Robinette, Ethel Gnffii. '

f Okeechobee this year, and m :.III' relatives at Pine JIill. Miss Ethel Hicks of Plant City Fla. The bride was one of Un- site. Johns, :Messrs. D. R Car\\ '1'

vial, our people signed up for another Dr. liishop of Alachua, made"sev- the guest of :Mr. and Mrs. V. R. county's most popular teachers. Those..who atended the :Methodist bert hitch, W. :'1.'aJn" .,1 I
and most towns did likewise- eral calls here last week. dish for few was a
year a days. groom very prosperous ,.
Quarterly meeting at Waldo last''' Us Knight, Orville Grit'Wall I d!.
notwithstanding the fact that they Mesdamca T. P. Ward and J. S. Mrs. Emily' Rowe of ,' man of Pierson where they
I Monday night were: Irs., L. G. Johns, and Charlie Johns.
are never nnanciul euc\. nee (exceptfor Forsyth spent Saturday shopping in spent a few days here last week make their future home.
i ''I' the promoters never have boon I Alacbua.Mr. her son, J. B. Rowe. F. W. Cramer performed the

> .. nor never will be. and Mrs G. M. Bevill spent a Miss Mabel Edwards is ring ceremony. The bride .'- -... ,. 0 .'.,
/, These Chautauqua orgunizationiiare I few days/ of last week in Jacksonville.Mr. few days with friends in R.'R. attired in a pretty blue traveling
I entirely one-sided. Try rome in and Mrs. Hocan .imith and lit Ga. with/accessories to match, she

,I t "- to a town with an absolute guarantee', tie daughter, of Sampson were here Vernon and Ruth Rowe are a beautiful bridal boquet of I
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and "get their," rain or iihin,s. visiting relatives one day of last relatives in Jacksonville this week.A. blossoms. i'I

( I Again, they come into a town and week. H. Harley, of Louise, spent ( bride and groom have a wide
\ i work their scheme: through leading I Ollie Kelly, of ZifT, spent the weekend day here with his family. of friends who wish them much .

i ; church members under the guise of here the guest of Lottie Gainey. Superintendent H. B. Wiggins, and happiness in their new

t "K "moral uplift" and get a bunch of Mr. and Mrs T. J. ifaxter and child Starke, was in Lawtey on business 1 1I2eAtgl :3 l1

people out 1"lIinjtlcketll who are opposed : of Jacksonville, I spent the weekend last Friday.Mr. Anna Lee of Atlanta, was the ,
I even to motion picture shows here with the former's parents, Mr. : and Mrs. C. F. Barber, of :\ of her brother Dr. W. II. Lee
v. and who would not dream of attending and Mrs J. D. Baxter.:: :Mrs. Baxter clenny, were guests Wednesday week. Makes IfcEasier toy

', ; a vaudeville >how while in fact, will remain over for an extended vis :Mr. and :Mrs J. W. Barber. : Onie Pons has returned home : f

t j I f the average Chautauqua attraction in it. Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan Miss an extended visit in Washington, ,I A.
t, 'j'' s vaudeville under :Mr.\ and Mrs W. F. Barefoot and lie C. with her &
; pure and simple, another ( Marr and Miss Myrtle Reddish, daughter Mrs. Jack -
R name. children, of Sanderson, and Mrs. S. A. Starke were visitors Monday of :' I I r- ),=): 111' "' "{ &l -

'; r, i If you approach one of the Chau- TVirffoot, of Plant Titv: spent Sunday' and :Mrs L. A. :Marr.Miss Orville GnlTis was, a business \ :: ..r { ;."'\ (( I ..,

',i tau'jua management on the. above, here at the home' of :Mr. end Mrs. 1'. (j Bessie Terry, of to Lake Butler Isat week. : ,- \ I
they at once begin telling you of the :M. Barefoot spent the weekend here with her : J. E. Futch, of DeLand, is the \ ., \ ..: .. .
wonderful lectures that go with the Mi.., R .T. sliver, of Pine Hill, attended rents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. of Col.! and :Mrs. Joe Hill Will-, I ( @
entertainment. True, a great many scfviced here Sunday. :Mr. and Mrs L. H. Hill are. this week. JrJ \ f ,

of them are jrline, but' just try Input N. II. Bnxt'-r, whit has been: here nining a party of friends and) : Maude Brooks .nd sister are r., !' \ /

i, Hi, th"-.. I I".turu." .* without he vau- a visit with his parents, Mr. and Jves at their cottage at of :Miss Ailie Doyle this week. e" 'f. ,I I',' /I'.' I ... _..-""..:.... -
devill'- .lid -i". ..i..1. tin' uttencl.in- Vm .1. D I'axtcr.! ret'irn rl t" Iradcntown !- lake. J. McDaniel little son and Har : .r' .' c;; .
d : .
will ''i'. irthi-rmure, th<.iv stereotyped Sunday, where he is employ. Mrs Annie Brown Barrett Priester made It business trip to .". _. .. .... 'f\ rl'
lectureR art ions< drawn out and it ed.! daughter, Stella of Gainesville Monday. : ,,,,}-;;". .
.. Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. : Margaret: Dekle of St. Augus- "'""
1A1Jt : Eo Edwards. spent the week-end here with

.. ..... .. .. ., :Miss Geneva :Mbtt, of mother, :Mrs. Ida Pt-kle.
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""""" '''''''!' '' ''' is spending a few days here with : Katherine Epperson who is Participate

'r" ::::W'm grandparents; Mr. and :Mrs. :M. summer normal at Gaines

.oadholtz.Mr. spent the week-end with her pa Q Enrolls You
.::. and Mrs J. B. Rowe visited Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Epperson.
:r..' a d v {1@) o atives in Hampton Sunday. : Julian W. Londholtz and chil 5o

] Mrs. Mabel Miller and children of Jacksonville, are v mm' ,'wr as little as $5.00 you can start

ti 7 ; : ned to their home in Zolfo :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones, the ownership of a Ford

,h\y, after spending two weeks week. Car under the
.ll\\ f terms of the Ford
"elusive
: The refers to the ball as the her mother Mrs Jesse Reddish.
: golfer :'1. Adkins, of Gainesville, Weekly Purchase
::.y Plan.
t, ::\ sphere"-and keeps his eye constantly on it as ;. Miss Carrol Cain Is spending.. a Sunday here with his parents, This enables you
to
become
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is also : : Ford
The DOLLAR a Owner of
"drives. out
r' ; ; he makes his ::: weeks with relatives in South and Mrs. ft. S. Adkins. your
i :Ii an "elusive" object, unless you KEEP YOUR :: gia. )' and :Mrs. P. :M. Padgett and weekly earnings.

,I ,::: EYE ON IT. It slips out o' sight quickly unless :':!! :Mr. and Mrs. PaulDinkins and daughter, Roberta, left Sunday j Your

;';'; you SAVE some part of it-regularly. ,:;;. dren returned to Jacksonville '\' S. C., where :Mr.:,.Pad- I money is deposited In the bank and
X The "fare-way" of the golf course invites your : week, after spending a few weeks was called on account of the I draws interest. What easier way could
: :. best skill in the game of golf; but the "F AIRii ;::\. l/awtey with relatives. \ of his father. Their many there be ? The whole family can par

4 i, way" to BUSINESS SUCCESS invites your :Mrs. Lillie Compton and (:hildr here extend them sympathy ticipate.
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':\ skill in SAVING 1 of Jacksonville, spent last week sorrow

(. Enthusiasm and constancy In : :: with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Rowe. Ada Register, who is attend- You'll be surprised how quickly the car

1 I .. conserving a part of your income ::11 The Baptist W. :'1. U. met the summer normal at Gaines will be yours.
r Ii} are the ;.;.:. '-.? ntcr"ooT with Mrs G. A. spent the' week-end here with

fiE w '. two great elements ; :: son. After the regular business parents, Mr. and :Mrs. C. II. Reg I I Come i inl l Get full particulars!
Hi slon cakes and punch was .
L, ::j; ';; in successful "! pleasant afternoon was spent. : Russell Rivers, of Gainesville ::1":1"I'

I ''J''; \ SAVING I :W Helen\ Blan'hard. M year old the week-end with her parents, .

'I .!j\\ n This Bank offers every :NI ter: of :Mr. and bar1. B. L. : and :Mrs. F. M. Rivers. I ,
feature of SERVICE :::. broke her right wrist and : Clarence Williams of Fort Call

I :, .' :!:: :_. every pledge of SECURITY .:;'.: the left wrist Thursday morning In :Miss Grace Pritchard of Alachua/
.;};. t ;(: fall, from a tree in front of her quietly married at the Methodist "
: The injuries were attended to by of Lake Butler.. Wednesday,
I'I'J.. W. ANDREWS, JR. .
G. W. Brown and the patient is :20! at high noon. Rev. F. W.
f. Authorized Dealer
ng easier
performed the ceremony. On I..

L :..t or :;r.\lm:. ;i Truby Wainwright wan a !! and a few very intimate LINCOLN FORD FORDSON
visitor to Starke STARKE
; I Saturday were present. I FLORID
!. ::; :.a kf Hi'pful'! S:r\ice .d.; Lonnie Moseley, of Highland l. was the /first wedding to, take I \ '

a visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. -in the new church. I ,.. '
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,. W. C. -Wooten and Henry Bethea and little chil .' 1'"_ ..,.
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wore visitors to Starke ..Wednesday.Mr. of Perry, are guests of :Mrs. Ida I I -.. .' ._ '\', _...._

0 ..... and Mrs. R. :'1. Tracy were this week. I'' j .
store
to
:!::;:'t;. .:.":':,:;,;-:.".,:,:'.:'.:.::'.::-:' ':'" '.',:.:,,".:::.:':;'.-1'' .:.w.:....'. .:...,-" ..".:::...:,.........:,".,,'::''.....,:} Mrs. M.Macclenny E. Edwards Friday., Mrs: Griffis of Lawtey had busi I.. -

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Three hundred crates tomatoes and :Mr. and Mrs.\ II. L. Brownlee and GET: TOETIIEIJ; : MEETING: r rIIO\ & BRYAN, Lnwtcy, Fla.JGAKAr.ES t x q.:

,"I I corn were loaded onto the express car children and their guest, :Mrs.\ J. E. -

in ten minutes Saturday afternoon by Futch of DeLand motored to the Thursday evening there was a get- I TO ALTERNATE SUNDAY : r',

I Bits of Local ) Agent A. P. Holfman and his force. State Farm Sunday afternoon to vis- together meeting of inenibor of the OPENINGS: f'

I It at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs[ J. S. :Methodist church at the club hOUR

liiioriiiatioii N. Bone has begun the erection of Blitih. The evening passed l pleasantly with In the future only one garage In .I'' ": 11 v,

another bungalow, on the site of his social convtisation, music and re- Starke will be open Sundays to sUI'I'I : t

former garage which was burned freshments.Jlr.! ply motorist with oil and gasoline. ;
the
:Mrs. J. L. Peek gave a spend
Concerning Our People, Business and ;; time time ago. \ D:1'id1001':\ <1. of Lawtey! who The three garages, J. W. Andrews, .:
(; ; last at Kingsleylake
;, day party Friday (
4 Progress in the County and Town. nt the spacious Peek cottage I }possesses a splendid voice delighted Jr., Fireproof Garage and Smith's Garage it- u

Mr.\ and :Mrs.[ DeWitt McGill, Misses The delightful/ affair was in honor of his audience\ with several vocal num \ will take turns at staying open '. \ RIemployes
bel's.Irs.. A. Z. .AJkins! Mrs. D. E. of tho two closed boingallowed +
!
: -
Ivy and Frankie Prlester of Lake
.. ) Mrs.: i.. E. Robinson, of Luka-Charles, jl 1 I'
.
' -- -- antiiHS: Hilda Struth on". This ..
Knight the Iny -
mini! arrangement
Butler, motored here Thursday to at- La':, who is a guest at the homo of
F. Stump spent Friday in Jack- :Margaret; Godwin, of Lawtey, were in 'end the ball game. Cots and :Mrs C. L. Peek and :Mrs E. several beautiful selections, and I IIrs.:\ takes etTcct tho coining: Sunday. ft'. '
.lle. town Tuesday. E. :M.\ Johns gave n delightful! reading -
K. P"rl' 'man. l.t<
x .
:Mrs J.V.. Morgan\ has to
Peek ia having,: repairs made gone At the close of the "
I. pleii.tnnt evening i' '
\
Mrs S. E.
Brownlee went to Pa- Jacksonville to visit her sister.1I's.. :Messrs. Brannon Ogletroe, Leo "Fuduolng the Household a
,- bungalow on Jefferson street. latka Saturday to visit her daughter, Peeler, and later will go to Daytona Bloke and J. C. Adkins, of Gainesville light refreshments were served! Bouts little folks were playtuureplug I t J
"' hou.." noh'rt11" .1
Mrs.\ A. V. Long. imp
and Tampa to visit relatives the week-end with their
::1 i in. A. D. Andrews, of naiford.I spent THE: FLORIDA SANir.VKIl'M:> : 1 1I Jane iniunma. After\ much dltllcuU uiuitnni.rln > .
Starke Monday on business. families at Kingsley lake. :Mrs. Geo. HO< hire.' n brood' lknpii Ilor* .t.
I n!
v Mrs.\ O. L. Beasley is iir Tampa visIting :Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register, :Mosely who was a member of this *.t iiiiniiy' burst. ..'ii 1 with : "SII) there t iJ' r'ire ,i'

her parents ;Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Mrs.\ M.\ Leviton and daughter, :Miss party, has returned to her home in I Florida Siuiitnrlum and IlooDitnl, I'm. '"imy' .'ht1(' in..u In the family .',. .
r'. Carpenter and Herbert Ritch Durden.E. Rosa motored to Jacksonville Friday Gainesville! Orlando, Kin. :Medical, surgical maternity -i ,,., -'I I l"! ,iiii\u,, to hf the dUlP! ,J' ,..
red to Gainesville Sunday. for the day capacity 100( patients Ftiuip- I
fluent modern rest diet physiological : Olhcr with l'. !I.. I\'t.r" &. Sun s t ,

M. Dowling is having his fruit J. Wainwright, of Tampa, came Mrs. T. N. Limbau,!h, Mrs.: Homer Charley Powell, who some time ago therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south e; I. (iUl'elephnnr
unch store repaired.P. Thursday to visit his parents !Mr.\ bought of T. C. :Morris an acre of east. 5-23-tf.:; ; "N' .I.i
, : awl Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. B. Limbaugh and little daughter are the I ttr1lJllr
containing cottagt-, on
land a I
spending the week at the State Farm i .

>lucksonville.1 ., Carpenter. spent Wednesday :Mrs R.. L. :McDowell and children, with :Mrs Sim J. Blitch. south, b..tween'aLt'r side of the Laura street street and extension the !IN COUNTY: -JL'DCE'S: COURT mmgtCJ@cmMlucaS lttuumintummmwWf\ t t

of Jacksonville, are here visiting her Livingston bridge: has now bought; M'lIl; eF } INIL blaIIAGIh of '1"t
F. A. Scott has returned home after have been disposed :-.t; ,. ..i ,. 1
parents11'\ and :Mrs. John Uglow. of The following cases n hi'ivliy .1\'?il t all is hunt' ,t nice \\I
of :Mr. :Morris east ,, .
T. E. Bell, of Lawtej', was spending ten days in Lakeland, another one of by Judge Green during! the .n"orn I II'J.I.' : I Hhnll'Ih' I'M'mnly"' 10.lh iM.I"y| lOr.. -\U..L.. A: m.: .1/.1I / I(
iping, here Wednesday. DeLand and Ormond visiting rela- the former property, and will improveit last few days "*' .". .,uily JU.IK.. ". Jaw of rpn.u:; fci A. t ,
Prof. Lymnn P. Prior, of Jacksonville in the near future.8T.lIIi" my ''h,1,, ,'h."'III,i'.. n. admmliitiiiirU, ,.t' the ;.,
here tives. C. Vurnes churgpd! with transport-, watt ..' benrue 8CAIICII U....oi.i...l r ??! thut "'1 t:. '.
was ednesduy to instructhis .
'(h'. and Mrs. L. II. Hill, of Lawtey. voice class : INVADED I= I1Y LINEMEN= = big liquor, plead guilty and was sentenced .emi t the"t... sums'.. ".'.nlnl.tint, ir.lrlx I will' prwunt of Hold my." "IIn.-1".." snit at,. .. 4'a rash

u in town Wednesday. :Mrs. O. W. White and little d ulCI1-1 to pay a tine of $.*>U mid all "Ilnl.,1 r their Jun. spprut 0lOt7.27 ,| i0J0 Nh, R ;

:Mrs. Nelle Hughes will leave Sun- ters, Dorothy and Caroline left Wednesday coots, and live days! in county jail. Fins MVt I1RYAN. (t e 1'
.
Misses Madge Middlcton, Ethel day for a trip North combining busi- for Texarkann, Texas, where For the past two week n force of Varnes wan found with only olio drink AilnmiMralrlx.NUTICK .

and Johns motored to will visit :Mrs. White's and laborers Hunt hero by the whiuh ho might
' .i fin( Audrey ness and pleasure. they parent linemen in his possession, ; ns : OK tu.rTlON: ; .

+II.. unton, Saturday to visit friends. Southern Bell ('o'J have been busy well have swallowed and saved trou- lOr My" ,'"Hio,,:"'"p.i"'"."box vminl!';::': "'m"ull": I mln' ruetinn: 'o f -
Mrs\ I. :M/Rose, who has been visiting erecting u line of tall telephone polesjust ", ble. Hrn.lii;i, ;, smuty; hj.n.fcy cnll. elections( ,? "be '
Ice cream, cake and candy sale J1/! hold mie 'lu lflr. anwker' .peehiI!i i ,
Misv Helen Powell of Jacksonville 4th. Benefit Scout 2. Homei her dau'hter.Irs./ : J.V.. Rous- west of the Seaboard tracks Adam Tiaon and 1 \V'1.\ ;Mock\ were i it.trot 1 1 sad,, | one I,, 1'I,ne' mi, .1.,1..1 i ux,Inc school hn..i, I
Troop ,
.
.1 i guest the first of the week of i I made cream.A. seau, left Sunday for her home In stringing new copper wires, dismntit-. charged with burning the New River(.11.1.-1.Ii.Ia.,'kt. ,V' ,tj''l1''r"lln"li"." .?".,.IIoh..I.whether| | )I.or. Inert|not Ih.Ihvlr... J
Mi\ '. Florence Powell.Mr. Jacksonville. ]Jim the old poles jlonir. Walnut street !packing house. They pk-iid nut guilty -|I'"O"'J"' .n. old ti.i | ,ui ili'tmuinu' tho!, amount of mil. s
Neieeswl Thl.
011"11 Ion shall b. ,
I :M. Darby has hud repairs made ttnd! removing them 'Choir line thru nobody WHS there to prosecute bold aannley. Jllly r. "'2'1. '

and Mrs. Arch Durden and ihili i to his residence, corner Thompson and :Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Starkweather, Starkf can not now be interfered with them and 1 they.Avcro' discharged on If. n. WIGGING L.. W' KI<::1?
i of Hampton, were visitors here :Madison[ streets. Mrs.: B M.: Teppe and Mrs. James M. by tryos, as was formerly the cnse.This motion I B.ill.
>. day. I Warren of Jacksonville hnve returned i change of location! for the, U<'IIeompnny' Claude Underhill, win tried for tilt! Km: 'ins colt ta.tTTWN

i Mrs.\ Alma :McMillan of Jacksonville I home after a visit at Kingsley lake wires. made necessary second tithe for selling liiiuor. Ho |tired-rd l ::: ;: I:...:: I ) 9
.
Miss Constance Bishop, of Gaines- with Mrs. Clyde Alvarez gome changes in the local system of was found not guilty by the following 1 1W the umlomliiiii'il, uimllflinl .1.l .ct'"n of
visited relatives in Starke Sun- I 'Isook.r ami I'lin. |lull|,|| M,|, x,.|howl, | ,h.t..la.'
'. will spend the week-end with iday. wiring, and ,fL-. Bishop. has been very jurors: A. I). llolloway' foreman |",rtli>' 1-oilon >lOur llmtoinhlu" hoard lu

" ads at Kingeley lake. The many friend, of :Mrs. George: 1 busy making these changes.EXPKNSIVK \V. It. Cheshire, Adam Tison .1., bunt. .our ui, ilmirU'1 nit Lotion shell In bo,1."'.tot-mum.n..IIoI..I.whrlhvp.|, w sleet l opml )

Messrs.\ J. W. Edwards and Roy Ed- Marks\ of DcLnnd are pleased to I \\'. \Wilson(" J. K. Roberts, lind dis I.'.." ".to'u.t.s bl UOMfMlt and' 'l< l"rmlne thu. .mount oflllluBO

Mrs. "'. R. Canova of Lake City wards spent the week-end- Jackson- have her in town for several weeks. I := Film VT :NEW RIVER charged. StKtifil frum. llnHikvri. ,.t

1 i. -he guest of Mrs.\ E. E. Canova and ville. While here she N tho guest of her -I.- C. N. Shaw (.hurgedutli lurct-ny I
Ali, -. Paul E. Canova. I'I'I father A. M.\ Darby. The Sloan Fruit Company's packinghouse of hogs pleaded nut guilty .1 ury 11.'I. A. rlNhot.wr'Lrn WM..KS.: JR. it ,i
YI I
plant at New River win destroyed failed to agree and u new trial wan. r. 1I\.aN.:
re-I L. L. King of Pablo was here first I.. Multi N.
Mrs. Chance '. of Lake City, has of the week visiting at the home of Rev L.. B. Simpson' 1.Dnv19.. by lire early Sunday morning. set for July% 'Jth. II I'. II 4 I INKY, ,
with O. W. White II..JlrR.. r. J. 'rlffln and boxcars Will Starling, charged with Belling K.; J. I-.WIH.' %
short visit two
' material
home after
pined
a Mr.\ and :Mrs. J. T. Quigley.J The buildings I.. M. XV :A I II Mitt.; \ J'tis
(her ,daughter Mrs. Simmons.Mrs. were in Jacksonville Wednesday attending loaded with tomatoes: were de- booze. Pleaded not guilty WII.H !\l\I I I'. MkIHSNY.

-F. -Kickliter and family have the Jacksonville district con stJ'oye.l.lnd the loss is estimated to found guilty by the following jury ; JNO.. 1.. KIIUIVKU.tlJlIUVJ.'t.I. I tom'J

: William Struth and daughters moved put to their cottage at Kings- ference of the Methodist\ church. he not less than $:, .OOtl. It seems! I. II. 1 IC.tstmun, foreman J. J. ;Me- A.(I. A.VV )HA7.KN.1// Iz;'.NN. Jt

Misses Kate and Hilda spent Satur-I lake.! that the lire win of Incendiary origin Lend L. G. l'uI'Il.1.:\ I.. Lewis" It. O. M. III"V II.. '

day in Waldo with friends.T. I ley Nolan Chan ey, of Lake City has but nM yet no clew to the perpetrator It. I'ruvutt, KdwTird: Burros :Sentenced :; H.J.: I'V. IIAXTKIt.\NIHrrWS; d

I Ice creum..Ie and ci-ndy saleJuly been visiting his sister :Mrs. Sim- has been found. to u line of 501)) and ull costs mill! riiim' rini I.. K'gal'ciAINKV:: s 0
X. Limbaugh js having a new mons also :Mrs.\ T. W. Nichols of Pa- 30 days (in county jut il. Defendant appealed R. H. GREEN nr J
It'. lienei't: :' Scout Troop 2. Homemade MKS. I. I i. 1 Iit SON
i I'' at of paint put on, his residence on lutka has been a guest at the homeof JU:>> lOlt H. Y. 1'. U. PICNICThe : to circuit court. 1). j. t>. onicEN I '
i tall street. Oscar is doing the work. \ cream. Mr.\ and Mrs. Simmons.Mr. \I.. r.II.. GKr.KN.SHIIKI.NCV' : ; 4 k, "

Junior 11. Y. I1. U. hud a merry \T HOWE & UK VAN'S: JU/V 7 W II. IIOIII.K4, :! ,
Dr. W. E. Middleton has had a neat i New fences are being! built around \ and :Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and picnic) Friday evening at Kingsleylake ; Atrtltl THOMAS. ..10..UTonr -\. .

f.>., ii' built in rear of his office on I the premises occupied by T. S. Williams son J. G., motored here Sunday. :Mr. where they enjoyed swimming Howe & Bryan will give\ away/ half >'Fii. FOR I'I'IILIt'ATION ,

Th"mipson street. : corner Ninth and Cherry. Alvarez has returned home but :Mrs. and a delicious supper spread., barrel of Billiard' self rising flour In ''In ("limit, ..u.1.. SlnUi,' of Vlnpliln, Clithtlilillolnl A
bunting '
(:Irrull llr''ilr nl County In uliun- 1
streets. Alvarez anti son will remain for a :Mss Iris Epperson! assistant loader wood July 7th, ai 3 o'clock: to low ry.llnnphD. Junliin,

Mr. and Mrs. James II. Ritch and'uldren : longer visit nnd John Powell were /charge of person holding the correct, numln-r I CIIap, LNltlent.VI .

> are spending several weeks ) Messrs.: F. L. Turner and W. E. the Juniors and :Mr*. J. F. Kickliter! luring In your tickets not Inter than I II. Jnnlnn. I ,

at Kingsley lake! I :Middleton attended the Shrine ceremonial J. W. Andrews Jr., has had u new and :Mrs\ W. J. Epperson: acted as .'1 o'cloik July 7th. Sonic "f !you will I I: ll .niliint. ,
; Jacksonville last Friday afternoon ill >i'nrlnu by lfliH\it,) itiptnili. > lo the tt
I 1 in filling station erected at his Ford Garage chaperons. get the flour. We willulte.. nell tug.Mi' ill "flh.l, ..I In the ..|."\. uliiiinl onum> Hint I':. 11.MilMM i

Mrs. C. W. Liddon of Jacksonville and evening.! the capacity of the former one Those from the union attending the 10 pounds lor $1 that day only. I' :IIIilircnilnnl.t' Ihn dint' if Iliproln t Mnrliln.nnmnil and, Is!oiin-n'nlthtnt s.k

I visiting Misses Olive and Amelia I being/ insufficient for the ever increasing picnic were, Elise Jones Elizabeth Don't' forget) tho day and, the time nU hirniii,, .IT .n tliut prociwii. ciiniinl b.l ..rvilium fi '
:Miss : Canova returned Tues him. snit I I. user th, ace of twenty
Uay. Mary / business. .Andrews Trezn Bennett Annie Belle to bring in your (lour tlckrtH. iiiux it.l. I>, tlu'rcfnro' ontontil' that ... .
I day from a ten days visit in Luke JdemArh'", ,, "M unit I. liitri'liy rnlulml l
Turner Charles LucIan iu>wai. lu Uw; ; lull of p.iimnjint.ltM..i,. ; | i >U- ._< r
of City with her aunt, Mrs.:\ W. R. Ca- Mrs.: J. E. Futvh who has been visiting Kh'kliter'l
Mr.: and Mrs.\ J. M.: Patterson, G'jssio :Mae Bennett () ('

Boston, Ga., are guests at the nome i iof nova. I her sister, :Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, :Mildred: Dubone Vivian Kite, Vincent FOR SALE

Col. and :Mrs.; C. L. Peek. left Wednesday for a short stay in Alvarez( :, Schelly !Hutto( Leo Wiggins
I :Mrs.\ W. II. Green has returned Jacksonville, after which she will go James lUIliday. j

!Mrs. II. O. Brown and children returned -, home after several days visit in to Fort Lauderdale. STKAWIIEIIIIV UEFItICERA'fOItS.lltol'1'; (' EICIITY: ; IX .\1,1.\ \ f I

relatives Jacksonville with her son, Col. Floyd Sliest.. few ::12$ and ( :\ '\ r roust
t Monday from a visit with NOTICE; OK PICNICAt :> a iuart| : tyls-Mostly 80s.:
in Lake City and Lake Butler. I Green, and other relatives. Mrs. J. D. Hardee and children returned -

to Fernandina Tuesday, after Iteilbronn Springs, the Fourthof KINfJSLKY' ; LAKK:, FLA.. KUMMMl I RKSOUT IMtOI'KU- ,
:Miss Etta Tisun and little :Martha visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs.\ TV '
Hazel
Mrs. Ben Johns and daughter, a 3uly. ]Dancing! / all day and night.Kvervbody f'
and William Potvell, Jr., have returned J.. A. Davis. Mrs. Hardee was ac- Is '
of Brudentown, are here visiting I invited to come with well This one of the best hike locations
a-lutives. .! home from a visit with relatives I comp.mied homPby :Mrs. L. A. Davits, !filled i baskets. Leave the booze at OUU WAIATTSTKKET! HOMESTAIJKE. ;

in South Carolina. St. home : ;. FLOItlllA.A I .

!Mr. and :Mrs. Walter Randall and I /good 8-rooni house with modern ron\cnienc. double lot and
little daughter, of Pierce, are visiting :Mrs. R. D. )McMillan: who has been :Max) Klosterman and family have ...---- -- ._- In center of the residential section. Will he !sold cheap! for cash. rl rlyr
Mrs.: Geo. A. Collins, will and .
from Starke
his mother Mrs.\ J. L., Holland. visiting! moved away gone h
leave tomorrow for her home in North. Ill health is given a
!Miss Lula Wilson is in Gainesville I :Montgomery, Ala. son The many friends. of this excel o "": '
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attending the summer school at the -- -- lent family wish them health and Address JAY S. BROWN Plant City Fla. Box 297 '
Mr.\ and ..Mn.: J. C. Robinson and prosperity in their new home. ,
University of Florida. ,
I children returned Saturday from a ,

;Max Klosterman has sold l his bungalow -, trip to Jasper where they visited rel :Misses Lucile and Louise Griffin and
atives. James Holladay, of Brunson, S. C.,
just west of Starke to J. I.. Sim
Miss\ Elizabeth Woodward, of Jacksonville -

mons. :Mr. and Mrs.\ George :\Marks of De- are guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. The Red Bird

N. B. Hull was in Jacksonville last Lund have been visiting/ the home J. F. Kickliter at their Klngxley lake J t s 'yr
of her parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. :M.\ cottage.
week to attend"the postma'ltercon
vention. Darby.Mr. .
Limited quantities of tomatoes and I ,f

anMrs. Ben Johns and children corn are still being sent from here "
Ice cream, cake and candy sale July : We've admired for (lie ease with who h it llfnTo ,
4th. Benefit Scout Troop 2. Home of Cortez, are in Starke visiting daily. Saturday: T. S. Williams succeeded -I the clouds which often galhrr! in the Ifl. blue Summer skies, to '
relatives and friends. Their many in getting up &25: crates of tomatoes
made cream. friends. are glad to greet them. with which he loaded a car If it's worth building And it lulls us with landing for the wood., the fields and streams .t h ?

the destined for Philadelphia. its worth protectingEven Where we too, may bask in the sunlight of f our own tweet childhood ) ?e
:Mrs. C. L. Moitt is visiting at .
G. ;M. Inman has returned from a dttamt.
home of her parents Mr. and :Mrs. A. i
M. visit to several places in Virginia and Mrs Anlell Strickland and children the garage U. worth In-

Andreu. is again ready to sell you the world of Jacksonville, are here visiting If it is l. not insured, and There comes a lime when everyone, of all their labor tire, r

Judge R. A. Green was a profes- anti appurtenances thereto belonging formerly/ relatives.:Miss Jessie:Mrs. Strickland DeLoach, was and it burn. down :you are out whatit And we long to fry the fish again around the blazing fire i
coat If it I in, insured you'ret
Mon: you.
last
sional visitor to Gainesville :Mrs: sold the DeLoach cot- While care dropi from our .. and life in v"
:Mr. and :Mrs. E. :M. D.avii while here she the money for a new !fA\'II".. jmuldcr sweet once more,

day. Kate Davis and Rawson Davis. arespending tage on Cherry'street to Rev. E. Every buildmif should be !insured AI we hear the l.i/y waters lowly lapping on the shore. .

the week at Kingsley lake Daugherty..
Carl Knight and Carl Johns motor The very nature of lire insurance -

ed to Madison Sunday, returning on I at the Davis cottage. .1.:W. Alvarez hall had fence on the prompt you to look for the There ii a Red Bird which will carry you lo pleasures such as these,

Monday bent. This agency represents the Where the air ii full of laughter and exhilarating breeze S
I I Mr.: and :Mrs. Sid Johnson. and little south side of his premises on Walnut ;
son, Sid Jr., of Plant City, have street rebuirt. South of this fence Hartford Fir Insurance Company Just lo feel the joy of living will lo you be simply grand; f,.
fsssle:
Misses Jeannette Durden, Johnson's obstructions have been an organization with a record I We could have know about for
been visiting/ :Mrs. parents some removed you it it is an Overland tIt
Glass and Mr. Webb, of Gainesville, of over a century c.1 fair
Struth.I that there will be free jdealing j
Mr. and :Mrs.\ William no' a passage -
spent Sunday at Kingsley lake.J" for vehicle in the rear of the bark of Its policies.FOlt I

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Cashatt and children business houses on Call street, from
I Mrs. L. C. S.U'ESlt SURE .
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and :Mis.Tutt's
Mr. and Mrs.: Will Godwin
have returned home from a visit with Walnut to Thompson.Mr. INSL'KANCK.: CALL Quigley Overland Co. .
relatives in Cincinnati and other places -
Pills In the North. : and :Mrs. George C. White jre-
& Co.
turned Saturday afternoon from a J. R. Davis Agents .

Th. fin, do.. ..toni.h.s the Isealid.st.in. j :Mrs. A. W. Anderson and son, A. two weeks!, motor tfip to Dunedin MIami [- 1884i STARKE FLORIDA.
bIo..lMt. r.a.r. ".....IIa. have returned from a visit and other point on the East Agency Established' :

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Rowand.J relatives and friends. ,
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/,r>a : ': /: PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY, TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA -.

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il} NOTIC* Taal.Dacriptlon o..o.ript.ion S.... T. B.A.. Owner .-
,>tlcnon In hereby given that the following .I..arlbed> land. will b. sold 1 moot auction See. T. B. A. Owner A Cesta. y a.yl2'
\ i the MRSTCourthouM MONDAY IN JULY U*8. It being Hie 2nd d." of said before the 8 21 25 Alva Leonard ---- -
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Door at Slarke. In Bradford Coun ty. State of lorlda.. or ao much th.r of aaN Lot 33 la Woodl..n __________.a I 22 1'1' Lonnie WUk.raoa __.. '..13N' chne br 12' Jt ID 8B ___" ,18
{ the amount due. for ....x..ut or.| -' with i th. of lot U la Woodl..n ____.l4 II' 2:4: Clomuna _______ a.3 On ot of land 1(13 au
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I will: be n.-c. .Jo 'iu pay E. 'w.thltYE':4.h, : Collator.Ntj I; ,0 Clive l'J'\ r-WI.t, of 111:1.: _________.8a 8 22 Green Hamilton ____. _
cost of auch and advertlaln. Lot a of lot 44 a E1 of Cur 138
lot 112 nS .tsd 15 II 22 20 J S Ro" ________ 111.22 Cull... 7" ydo W nf'5E& ofWW 10
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f t O..rjptlon run E UU ft S 7U 8-10 it 'da'to sew. ________ II 23: Mary An Jackson _.
W .40 it, N 781 11.10 ft. to beg ) r61
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Df NWa ____ Loing. p..rt of f..tr ...... known
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EV of NEB. It;: w Iota 51 66 51 11II In Woodlawn It
S7 I '''iOfor Nh'4 t! : .::::::::::::,18 i 190 Mrs. C tl oI1I-=__--= __ ______________.1II II 22 7'!. loin Emma 0 Proctor ___. 1.03 Lot I 1St.of ISlk 1 la Lincoln CityLot. 8 J2 Man Fnai.r .
'I U IU Muse Kobo..on -- --- 11.11riy.ofotsiIt. In W of By82 --___ .. "
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NJ'i 66 68 67 6N SWV of
,r shy f-swi13 ;;:: : or of Dlk ylfn )
.; Llneoln CI "
:
J 1 AU'4j;: of bEy4 & SE/4 ;; .x a I lot BOO ft E W by 8'7 \ 8 ID
____ 21 Lea Clark
8
82
p II'' 6 l5 II 209' Land Trot Co., of Flortd. 12,02II 1.uIU tt N a .it In NW Cur 814 of 5E". W of Ry ------__ 1.8S

a ..If'8EI4r NE4 of _________ 11.811 of SIo4' of SWV4 NEyi of
---16 22 H P':
5 Wm
} or road. __.________ 1 8 20 63 0 D Moody ---____ 17.84 Lot 81In.am. Wodlawn _______.18 II 22 2G IU 111,1101 a Sherman:" _-_4 -_ 1.13 l i1w _____________________33 8 22 80 G C sweet --.-------__ -15

Corn at IIW c..r of NW\-\& of NE4r Lot 19 In W"odl.wn _____-.16 II 2l 10 tlorer'.e G H.ya _.__ '.13 4 A b.&. run N 610 of NB! 5363 offaE.
/11. run N lU11 us wlro fonco.I Lot 8U tn Woodl1.wa ____-_17 II U 1'1' 1&11'R..... Wagner __ 8.011 ...4 it,
thoniw E I., McKinn.y branch.I I.uta 23 In Woodlawn _._.17 11.72 S .aa ft. to land line thence W
I ( x. 21 20 II U 411 Huhn W Wagner _
!
I i thuncu A along esld branch 8oA' I Lou a8 69 In Woodl.wa ________18 II 2a 2pr S J E.ton _________._ lI.a 863 ft to ....W -_________________n 8 22 t R 0 GannNE14 -.'
hno of NIJr;! of NEy/. thun. W Luta. 20 21 In Woodlawn _____.18 5 22 ,"" F L Cannon- __._____ 8.08 ;; of NW'11' A In NW Cor..88 8 U 81 Mn Fannie E -_":: l6gM1IfiKt
to 10.11 8 10 2G 111 L Caws. ---_______ 10.n w lot 67 in Woodlawn -------MO II 1'26Ew : of NW' Ilk E\1a\ of SW\-\ of
t 1g _
; i'--fNmI2 : J46 W F No..n _________33 8 22 60 a 0 8wrt
8Wi4! of \J---ilS\ ; :: SE" of NWy4 a NEV4; ;;! _. __ --_. _-.- ::11.15
y. W nr MoRn .." branch ___.lf 8 20 U r- Thomas _____ 17.61 -----------21-'f' ____ 19.23 Thrre A tn SW cor of aWl of
_
7 81'ot' NWys ________.--------12 8 20 401 M L Cr.wa _________ 11'71 WN I4Lawtry ft.:ofIWtd of Blk 4 To".i 12 30 D D BN",1na N I W of R" ________--33 8 22 8 KIna Chandler,6_ 100
; 8644 or SE'y _________________12 8 200 0 A Smltla & Cow...--= 11.71 wet of radro. 6.90Lota s"' o'SW of SWII' : _______.-83 8 21 20 Lluls B. Plak.rlall ---::: t.IO
5 6. of SW'f __________16 8 JlU 4U lSamuol W Brown -__------- 11.".2 6 of blk 1 In tow X5..23 II 2Z W L Oventrect s'of' SW4. of .. I A InI'
;
8Wt of Nt "NW44 of 8Ey4 of Lawler as.11 ;4! Cor & ex 1 A or "hurch _.33 8 U 18 R 0 Gn.nn _
%4I nr Nt.\4 i\ of BE'" _______-28: 8 ao 100 J S a D J Kdty ________ 28.80 LoOf27. -pii.-": _______________.2a II 22 Mrs M Jj Edwards -- ICom at NE Cur of SWV of SWV4a W01
of NWIoa 1 A In NE Cur for :-t2 -.- 18 In to..n of La... ... a .h.... W 11 degratsN
BVr\ .x 16 < ran 8't
_____ B L Blanchard -----
LO 79 E.tato 2827 .0:1::. ry __ 23 II 12 of 8Wy4
t church of SWVi- : .--:::::=-.:=::==: I : 20 IU :'IIli'c.. : :==----?---- 11s' .&...... 26 In town of L.wtey E oy \to thenee N line E of to .bee.Id. _SWy4___________33 8 221\ a C Swat ----.__.. lW

'.| of Nfc'"of SB'' -- -- 24 8 29 f0 Joaepll Sterrfcks. : .__ 6,08: In Sets 2J 24 21 16 Tp II S B .. 413 NE'. of SEex I A In SEor _.34 8 aa 85 K L Grltrla ?- ltTl
el .
t 22 E ___ _____._____.__ LI..I. TbomM --- I
I 13 A I In SEV* of oom at a .. 8'88 NE'' of 8Wi4 of SEV4 ____?____86 U 10 C H Marks 1.21
i branrh at corner of2EV.lver l land A .._...-a. No' o f aw'I _______E6 613 10 J H Abraham -- SEa\<4 of NEy ________________81 64 40 E H Coleman -__ 'I 171
W 000 ft S to W. II Croon. AllBWVW BEyof. ofBing.ley of NW", of SW'4'
: SECo.
run road __ Wye-E: _..2d I 12 4 Man Small .____ 8.88 10 A In "
W to Gully branch, N on the tt
Unit W by 78314,
IU Jt E a
I being
t-a.-- -rllllir __ ." NWIy of SE'of 8W.--------.5 II II 10 t.o..t Suber -.-------. :i:AO g N .. 9 _______________._______.86 8 22 10 C.C ..I.M
Su{ uf Nt! of SW lUlU C iii Durlina 8'UE of _____85 8 2a 10 L'A Dona slyGriffIn ______ 13.09
.
i 13 C C A A Smith Smith A A Co.Co. -.. ==--= 7.68d 2,70.Jere: SWy4 of NW4! E'p. : s'lJ'U: : : : : 13 8 8 Dana Durllng : :-.-+--- 6.66 SW1l of of SEX'------' _\_"._.of_._N_3G 8 III 4)'1 G C Sweat .---____.-_ J! 71sVw

W ::4 A of W44 of NWy4 ..f Bii4: 181 \ ___ 36 8 23: 100 T J Alderman A J E Futcb aCorn

; W oy oyfNE''/\: ;,f.Si'N ;; : : : = : A T Paul" ;.-__: : &:a 3W& .t NW Cor of NEV4 of 9WV4 L M Langley _h. -. "?
i ___.--_ 8.U a E 20 rds. S 213 rds. W
.1 ( A It... N\vI4-28 5 T L Guerra __._ nn :
of {.. of N of II Ii
: Mrs EII..beth
6 ell..n
_
nice N 20 rds to brig ,_ .___ 2 7 22 _. 2,17WI
W 4'y A of NE'!. ut NWIof 80 Mrs Minnie Naum.n __ .-
NW54 _.__?___?.____.__..:!8 II 12 II Mn Lillian W.lk.r --.----- 8U S'4.. of of SWV SWU4-------------------.. ::4 2 'I 7 21 22 40 Unknown --_._.__'._ :;
_ Com at SW Cur of SWy4 of IE"-" 13 A NW

d"f I /11. run E on Sec line .10 n to NELt Cur of- .SWV4----_-.x_-_--__--_!In-__-:-- 2 1 22 27 C H Marks _1 __________ -41
of than N ft
a lit bvg 811U &

Lit I J lUll ft, S 860 tt, W 1913ft.to NE4 Cur .of NEVluw. ___: _.A_!In_SE 3 'I 22 80 W W Colem.n _____.___h J JI

1 "beg ________________._.18 6 12 :a Jam. W. Wllllams __.__ 7.80 SWof" NIl<. .--SE44 of NW t} _?.4 'I 2l 80 G C Sweat ------_______ U.UI
S'1I.of W4 of WVN!," 01NIIia 19.22 NLj: of NE44 01 NW44 of NWY6 4 'I 22 .11 G C Swat --___ 6,60W
of SWj. of NWS4 ___.___aT 6 22 80 M D.vla _. ...... ---- 6.89Lot. \4j of NW, ot SW t4 _____-_u_ 4 'I 12.0 Unknown -.--___ tl.dUI
I Lou. 23 26 In Wuodlawn.Z9 6 22 20< W L Johns ---
Five A Car of NW
C A Smith A Co.. ...?_____ 80.88II II III 67 G8 In WoodIa..a _____.11. 6 22 4'1 W E Green .----- .x Ii' .e in NE OtoE ,. II 'I 22 4 Andrew. Jackson. __.__ 690
11.71 4
i L ota. 211 21 la Woodlawa. __ _._____ a S 22: 20 1'1 I Smith _.. --- Com at NW Cor of SWy4 of NE?
q, C A Smith A Co.. __._ '.00 Lou 18 21 In Poetoville embracing N ;
a run E 180 ft. W 780ft.
100. uf NEi. NEL4 of NWy4.-.86 6 12 a J J Strong .-..--.--- -. 8.80 N ld0 } UJ\.: __?:_ .____ II 'I 23 I Amt r- --no W
t
Lola. 18 20.ln e .mbraclnll N Two A la SW Cur of Ey4 of SW'4'
B I, of NE't a NEt\,. of NW"4____16 6 22 13 Wm Strong Wolf 88.11 of SEV __ _._________ II 'I 12 2 Georgia I Johnson .___._ .95
Nwt4 of !!IE" Of Sw'4 ___ II 1 22 10 Rev S F 12'71 WI' o a A In S Cur bWlk
i NEy4: of NW'I' _____._ a 6 1.1: 40 J A Tyler ----- ofm NE44 a8f 8EV4 : Sy' ofNyy
II C A Smith A Co. .. .___ ..*J SStt uf NW a-Wy4-of' SW"! 18.U of NEt4 a 8y of NEi4 ...6 'I J2 214 Jmmes Remold. ___.,_ 6779
.1 Unknown _____ ___ 1.02 of NE" ,_ t 6 u 10 A J Bryan _
Lots 11 8 In SD of NE __. 7 'I II IU Sarah A. M..b _____ 6.07
A : I\ l WVa of NEV i. a Et4 of NWy4 A of SW',, o NE', a NWVS of
s Unknown __--- .. l.2 a14,of SW ',.. Wyk of SII'\:\, II S U S20 BE Canon. 4_ ee.uNw ELS wy4. _::_ T 'I 21 80 a C Sweat ________ .4 ?"
t ... of NW ..':'. a NE44of One A on 1'4' end of W.. of NWysof '
4? I ; C. A. Smith A Co. ___ '.111 'JEV4 of t.WV4. .____.__ 8 6 22 20 E E. Canoya -. --- 12.77 6.90SWy4 !!IEII..E of R, ____ 8 'I 12 1 H.rrlet.t Oelum _______ 3 aNW'4
or NI4!:' ____:___.._.-.10 6 U 40 K.,. Milia --- .68 of NIL..a 10 AIn SE Cor- 'I 22 8U C H M.r'' -______ i iSWho
4 .' C A Smith A. Co. .__. S.00 E% of NW\\ of NW\4\ __-__-1 U SU E E HI".k -- 8.Ni of NW ________________10 'I 22 4J A oS Grill. -..___.?_. '1ti
II C A Smith A Co. .___. 11.72 ,; \< A f a of ofNWy4
NEy4 SWy4 SEV4
i0. Frank Murphy _,_ 45.68 1 YyfoNEI:., NELaWoNdWy4 ... \ L M
__ __ _,_____ II 'I 22 69 Langley __ 14438w
Cty'I' r 11010 -?--
40 I L A Brown __, 22.97 uf \ __111 8 2a 160 Venn D Turkey .. C Grlfu
SWIILof NW\i NW M.
1 ; of y4 ______ --11 'I 2l 40 EIt.alwtla __... 1- 11
py 40 LA Brown _____--_ 22.97 E of Swy. of s6ya --_:::-___11 II U 20 H H 81/81' 6,60 All .x !!IEoC, NE'4 ..:::..__.14 1 U 8'10' The Southern C.ttl. 'MCJiDa

I' Wi" 00f E... ..f NEy4\< A Ey of NW ., 1122 Co. _.___________136 ''Ia
djVs NE _____._.___. 11 "S j2 80 Unknown. 8'13 NWL+ of NWV a. 814 of NW'4 aNEV

.* ( 1 E14 of BWof\ SEIoa _U 10 Unknownw Wvingatun '.U or 8Wi4 _____________.__11 'I II 160) Mrs E B Der ______.._. U qJN3 )
i1M 't r .80 LA Brawn ...__.__ 102.70 ,. of E7t1 01 SEV t of NWys.U! 8 1.1: 10 J Bomar of NEt4 a NE" of NW..... ___18 T 2l Il.J. E 8 D_ _.____.__. 3424Ofor

.! 41) r. C Bevlll ____ 11.1'1 Corn r"'utnN: 660 Cor It.o 8 SEV'694 ;, E SW'4a 362ft. sBM SM SWI4- : ::::==::::=.-16 7 7 22 82 ::: Mrs Ins. fve B Pollard Dees = =-===: mNE

\ 20 Mr Kate Eaaea .......... ".24 N 8110 ft to bog -___________ 6 21 T Ie C Wright __ 10.2a \'. of SWy4 a NWV4 of IiIE'418' 7 U 60 J n Pollard __ 2U'Sl'

17 U M Bevill ..n 14.11I'i Nina A W aid. of NWy4 of SWy4x of SE'4' .__ __._.___11 'I U 811 Ina Ivq Pollard ___ 229?
I 1.02 : rnA : F.lIa Goodwine __ 1.88 ?
I Mr Own Godwin N for church .._... 11 U 8
-- ? All NE'4' or SW% N of By 18 'I 22 311 J Hamp Jones _____. i,5J
i Mr Owna Godwin 1.02 EI.ven A corn at NE Cor of NW4. 4o Lnu 1 2 3 4 5 8 of Blk 18 In 1L.mp. .

'i 11 '. Mrs Ocena Godwin __ 1.02 B Wt)GO"fr'N W GIUltO :'t,bog S 460ft. ..11 6 12 \I J.ff Las _ 10.18 .ton __________________________19 1 a2 John 1I1ullAdr _______... 2"' :7
66789of Bile 144 Lou.
Unknown ..... -_ U.18 N'p of 8Ey4 of NE\\" _________18 S u al Julia OoocJ"'n. 11.7. I"U" II 12 of Sik 18 'n Hampton _.19 T 2a A A McDonald 4330
W1h of olk 5 S of 1t 4 W hrl"" E
'
of .
NVu NE'4 a SWV NE\I.a\ a
flit Malnea-SeI Co. ___ 8.88 0. W IIn. of NEI)<. ..f IIW\4\ In sVj. of of NWy4 I..l
k U Godwin 1.01 I lIutue tuab ._. 10.28 NE'4 AIn
,: Mr Owns T.mples sub div __ ___ ...::41 8 22 SE Cur --------------------9 'I 22 138 Ines her Pollard __. 4) U
\ 1.00I Corn at NW Cur of land own'd bl Ny4 of SEV4 .. 2 A In SW Cor _.20 'I 22 76 W B Blocker _______ 2191F.tg
.
[ -r'r4la.iirL44t6.&l.74t.
Mr Owns Godwin Elmira King on E sld. of ry .. ._ 1 1 of SEh of SE4l ____________20 1 Ita 2U Frank Adams ___. 8.17'

+ Mrs Oaena Godwin ._..- 1.1" run lin.E at of rIahl Sa. 21 angle., tk.nc.W Y on.aid toE E111.3A A in SE:o Cur Eo'1' same of W3_<._-':'-._'::.2U 'I 22 18 J V Jones ..,......?-___ Ui

I 8.18 a.a line to C.ator street In II'" or Swy4of SWY, ____ 21 'I 21 U Frank Adana .__?__.. 8.17N .
Ruaaell .
J t I Dr A E --- Temples aub eltv. th.n" IV 0" said or NW .,. 11 A In SE-Cor.2l 'I U 811 Ines last Pollard. ___ 2'1.l4'f

I __ 11.84 atroul to 17. 11am.. 8 sloug qto of 21 1 IJ tlo Brooklyn Land Co. ------- :2..11
Brown S'w
L A
beg in Eye of NE y ex such A in Cor of E 07 8WV4
j E T Stewart ... 1472Eloxb.m Iota or pi.... as haw b r tofonbrn of
All NW of SW
Ward 1.111 __ ___ .. U Loula Batons. ___ JII.n By a N
---- eIeeI ____ &1 r 22 SWy4
or ____
: L4" 8W4't.or :: \ _211 1 22 83 L L lenb.aah ____ Uti
b Oodwia 1.00 Com on N hn. parallel witBy 82 All SE"\\ of NWVf S of Ry p I'll(,
C .
Mr Oaena ft N from SW Cot aof NWy4of
f of '
I \ a
SWy4 W4s of SE'4 ofNWy4
t .... /.11
1 Bloxham Ward --- Blk18ofR15aru/ nparallsl 'Ii ________________._ J M M..II. ______ H

1l.V : t / i: at I lrhtt"orr.: with 1113 I ; 830 thons.E ft.thane. .. Com at of a NE44 pt on _N_aide--__of____Q__S___4-7 24 14))., Unknown ___.134.

N parallel with Ry 185 Itthen.
: Q M Bevltl 15.43 .. W to bed also Nyy.. of /dV4ofSWVi Soso F Hy line right of way lIUU ft E of
I I & ron E 4U6 ft. N GII2 ,

1 /.. \. M E J Dy.l Eat ......... U.I' 8214, ofBlkISotR2a.b.inx ft'N A S bp 830 ft .:; tt. W 411 It. a 611a ft, to lit of bee
31) H L Le.... _._..._---- 11." a W. also a Dleae of land sa it In. N'h' of SW" of NW'4 __20!I 'I U 3 J M Maxwell .____?. :..17Lob.
1'1' of Ilk \1\ SD of NE'4',
t v a ( of
,;; \ t 10 H C Brunlna 20.16 N a. 8 by 330 It E a. W onj/

i {, 1 lO 10 Mr Unknown Martha .Gatlin. __._. __._ 66.71 11.72 aide R of Nit n of Temple'8Ey4; .of sub BUS lvl _Sof 21 8_ II M..ttl. Gntoas A AD;';' Les..Rn '10.20Corn HIk NWy 9 tn -H'mji--' ;; :::=:::::::=g 7 7 3 4 J Walter H Maxwell Whitt,a_-__ _-===: li i

Blka. 7 d In Hampton ___________
_
t = line running l with 30 'I 2.1 J M Maxwell _-._._.__ U.au
__ _.1.61 : a toe l. Lot 8 of Jllk dO In Hampton ex
Richard GriSIa .
25 By ft N of SW of NEV4
v'Y r of Silo 1 S of R 1 E a CUD N OIV E 80 ft -___________80 'I 22:! W a seals ____._. 8.31

1 f, I 4S S D, Gordon ._______._ 14.83 said IIn. 122 ft, thence E .t right SE'S of Eo't 't/a rleht NE' : way SE

4 a 70 C C Cowart .-_____ U... angle parallel to said with line ant aa"IIn.ft. 121 thena.S f4. t4 a. N.... of SEia of SEL __--30 'I 2l: 138 J IIf Maxwell ___ 1129
.. thanes W 380 fa to beg. ia T.mDla .ql II.'''' 9EL4 W'7: u SEL a of 8W44 W of Ry3U 'I U 7 Walter Whltlen ..--___ 219

sub ellv ___.__ 8 12 Mattla. Guyons. _._______ II.'S NWL N'2 of BWt+ ___.6U 7 2la 120 1'4' P Cauthen ____.___ 94,24
------------? AI that' certain yieca land lying
t N'jl of 8t of 8Ey4 of Ilk 1 S of belasrn GSA F if: A SA-

( Maul EI.log.. N2yy' nT..p' S Ry la NW y4 of NEI,4! __________80 7 22 3 J M Maxwell ______ 2.11
tt .&. Win .
Dr div __ ________..____ 8 2. lIatti. Gnyona ____ ..4' SEI, -------________________33 7 U 100 W E Alilfood _______ 2441
20 Keilbronn Mineral. Water Co. 7.88 Seven A IW--Cor-- oEioNAIWVWyy NW! of NW14 -----------------3$ 'I 23U L J Turner ._______.___ 1!':

Jy,, 8 II 1 Unknown -.------ 9.98road Bog : nN:3rf: of SWy4 of NW!
80 W B McKinney __.___- 23.27 of fVBS.-oI' sEs. -Fji2 A thenee SW 961'i;

} _.__.. ..___._-.23 8 22 11 Dan Bores __.___.______ 13.01 ft to E ride of By right of W"Y.
44Hi 'T B Handler ______ 12.02 NE'tt' of $Ety __ 21 I 22. .0 L 1101 Langley __ 12.11 thence ft. thence NW NE on 88419:rl"ht ft uf to way N line 418
SWV A of
p 40 T B flandley .__..__.._ 12.02 WJ NrW.w of of SW''.. t.o., corn 8'y' 110yds of .aid forty thence E 2d41fa ft

1 G u') S J Roulater. ___. 11.72 N of SW Cor of NWyW of E'to or M g SWt. act-NEi/.1k-8___is 'I U 8 James Jones ____._?.. .51,
...__ m 11.72 A
__
1 r 41 W D MoK.niunr a E U1 N110t1.
y 8Wy4 run yda.
A lOW Cur ot SE, of NEL4 ____,33 'I 22 __ oJ
23 Mn C A Drln.Dn _______ 1.
All of NEVi W of public roadex W 141 p1.. S 110 rdo tG Ny of ____ _____ ?
_. __
NWy4 .__
.NW'A In NW Cor A S 440 ft beg __________________ 28 8 22 43 Thro T"on ....____ 20.41 'I III 811 The Southern. C.ttl. Faedtna

!I'' .f IE',4! of NWf4 A It 640 tt off NEI-6. of''W'" y4. of NW'4 of__NESSa 46 I ILl 10 S F Morgan r ____-___ 8.81EI. All sy o of NWL4 ot NE..,. E of 2 8 22:! 1W ,fowII-'s-p--; ;'ii.'rj'I.; ; 1
of NE of R-
AN 150 ,. aw\o
w \Vi of of EV4 W.;) BWV4 NWV4 of NWVi' A 3 A In NW Coy of 8Ey4< 00 lNE'4 8 SEEt-4 :1 NW NW y4 ;.-w _r'i I 8 U 4'1' P J Pm. ________ 11I

N161)(1of SEV of NWVi &N; _.______________..21 8 12 8 W II Bryan _.__.-_ 10.28 ,W --.__-_-_________-__-___ 8 8 22 292 W C Face ____.8295
_
r 150 ft road of _SWVi_ .of....NE._!_.__W_..of 8SNEV I 1NWVi 80 Rellbmnn Mineral Water Co. _. 61.88 Thrr.18E. A being In NE 1 AN"Cur of a 8WI br 3 of A N -. ____u__?________ 4 8 U 3l" P B Hunt ....... ..____ 126

publitf* of SEV\* _- __ _-?-------38- I III 40 T J Moor ___.__, 11." E a W ____.__________..2" 8 II I J A Jamison ._____. ..11 E'y NEt4 ; 9W EJ.L.f .i----w-;: ; --;of; 8 8 U 4;) Unknown ____._. .11.71SElIG
t of .... a* 21d E E Green i 1172J Four and on..half aura. la SE Cur .
41 swvI swv == of NE,4 a SE
: = = of
of NWVt : ::::::: =..: 1 fl 1) E W tireen 11.711 of NE'4' of aE''"a bring 8 A N n Eye
NWVi SEVi ., __.____._. 8 4 210, J R MeClenathan ___ 1458 a S b" U'A.. A E: & W --------21 8 13 8 Thou Tian ___._.____ .13 WV4 of 8Ey 4otrN 8Eq a-NWy f' 8 22 190 John LeRoy Hctchlnson .?._:__ 5U4

'' Y 1' t gV&f __--___.__ -_____ 7 1 II 18(1( C A Smith A Co. .._.___._ 4650 22.97 Com lUll ft W of NE Cor of W34of WrnELL4NE WL l% of 8WV. of ;fEY.
'
&
'
: 8 II al Unknown NEy. a nnS : .
:rI-tOfJ'E, loU oo & NW'4&IVWS o1.9Wy4aW< \' \4of
i ft. N-246 ft.
i' Nhof WV4 N'---------, E 100 ft tG bey __________..28 8 12 Richard Reynolds __._____ 1.50 W :fW'; ofotE\o ---l 9 8 22 2n L IK Langley. --------- 8J'H
1 4 i SWV ? 8 II am Unknown .._._-...... 74.26Bot Lo S of Elk 3 orlll town of Stark. 4 SBV4 NWy4 S 22 5 Unknown ---.
I 1. of SWH .\ _______-.___11 8 II NO' A B Alvarea _..._ 15.7 In NEVI of SWIIa ____________18 8 13 Qulal.r B.Co.. ____ n.22 N Eta 32'1 of' SEL4 ft or 9Wy. of NW4." -A I1 1 2.1 5 Unknown : _??_____ 2.7""
!:"", of NEVi! _._______ __22 8 11 40 Mrs. Angle Alvarea 11.72tl Lute I 3 uf blk 1 orla town of Stark A E 41&ftNf ''3Eotj of StVI.. .
t Lot' 1 of Blk 11 A Lot 1 of Elk 12 r.-:: 2Nf or 8Wy. 28 3 U Mrs S E n."bora ---- .1.52 A &. S'4' of NWy SEIt.U
town of-StarkNEV4 ; ;
A Lot 1 of Blk 18 _In__ Sampson*_ t 'I Unknown ...... t..1 of ilk IIW'4 7 orig_ _____.________2 8 a2 J F Canova _____ 110.21 .W S'4 A W1t! of Swy4:: of SEy4: .

W t 'A'of'9M"o"rSw"vV! o f"NEVi' __ 5 7 1.1 4 John Prldgvoa 1.01 Elk 31 es .xtanlnd on Ensey'4 map N Eur? of N NEy of of_8Ey4 ex 5 A In
HI'
----------., l8 8 22 75 __ II H
Brooklyn Land Ceo
of orig. of llla.k. of
SEV\ of SWIS"" of aWl town In NE\\< -- OM
a 7' A la 9ENE4
J 8k _11___'___"____"_ I 'I tl 60 WE Edroondaon I1.U sw" ._______________28 8 12 A D Andraws _______ lI.se of Cor of .that portl..D bf .
NV'of of branch A Lou 4-4oIk 36 J II JOhM add 8E',4 lying N of By be-
All NWS4 or NEI NWVi_N_.__.___ 8 'I tl 80 WE Edmondaea" __ 11.11 in 8Ey of 21 8 I. J T Qu\cl.r --1---' 1.80 W log 98 ft N a S b" 111 ft E a

44Y NW'4: of NW\o _____-___ 8 'I'I 21 11 160 40. Unknown E E: Block.! ...-..-+- --- "11.12.110 LoC 81: :J.rkbi M J..hna 20 ft add of Lot to Stark.6\riiii, 1.SE'4 In I B: SWL-i3 D.rallel ft f 1 1SWI.: oUR!t.of NRV4;-of;; l3 8 23 Peter Galnr _______ UII

NE'/---------- T .. 8\.81 Aa4AInSWCorof
SW' 8 21 J Quigley ------
'g R Preaaott ., 2201 :: -i8rU --- NW4W\& of SEL, being :lat! tt E a
r .' slt'4 Av, of 11 1 11 80 A Lola 1t SSy I ;;f-Lot 8 '
Y1 NEy of NWy4.. ?wNK'.Nll-11 1 11_ 10 H L Atkinson ,___ 329 Hilt 18. L T a Co' add to StarkeL NM W :r 646 NWL ft of N tlwW'il1 8 23 10 J 1t I Thompson _________ .4 H,

'wt 44 f NEV of-NE of},NWS4_ A.NW'4__..!L-NJ_' UATfft 'I .1 SO R H Spenear ______, 14.81 In. W4j 1 2 of 8 f' .r-l" ii--;";'Tiiii.l 6 22 FlorenU F.mllDt 1IQ.28 1Wt of ,L. -;' ..---------l/ 8 22 SA9 R D Clgtonley __:.. :+.: 11913

of.NWVi of SWVi\ :-_17 'I 11 30)< E H Jon u 61.11 IS L T a Cu. add to Stark. inWyy 9Wy4 of NW'ik NE Hof'i Sw-.II a 2l 2UO L M _____. 4.sk' .
'i Lota 1 2 8 4 or free .3 7 11 188 James Reynolds __ .'.7' of NEV! i. ___________.____28 6 22 Mn Frank Starling ______ .13.86Lot. N"'L
SWl' _______mf___mj,,___.87E 1 11 180 Jam.. Reynold __ 45.50 I 2 8 of IIlk 1 L T A C..ub. SW ofof to -. 10-----------_23 1 22:: 160 Columbia Farm Lands Corti. .. 43.90
.i of"s of SWV A EVi of S 0 6 12 AaDI. WUU._ ...-..... 18.08 ,'Hf ;}Evr' ,1 % : ---- --- a .
_.____ 28 90 'v.ofor 1t. : r-.E'j; b211 SW'SEt4 /
A 100 James Reynold .
w\& ........__ _.-. _.28 1 11 Lot a Co. .. of SWtr4 lealit
4 w wvjof S'EV* A wvi of EM, of s div or NE44... of NE's __ _-..___28 8 U John P.rk.r __... -. 8.80 A In Sb
? / ___28 'I II 100 Mcie Wllllam.-__. a8.80 W'1I of IUk f L T a C.'a. fells Ic1es.A -----------._______.88 U 180 Brooklyn Land Co. ____ 12 n2
k SWVi of SE"Vi"A"iBS"Vf"sSrV' ---4' 'I 11 80 James Reynold* .-._.__. 24.: .7 div of NE". of NEya __ ________28 1 II Roee Cox _.____ 8.80 W of aWL, of NEL, -_______Y6 8 III 12 W F Fuller _.___. 3.44
of NEV.!. Lot 4 of BUt 32 L'or A. Co' sub
't Lot 8 of Ulk S In SWV ,
. ..49NWVt T J H Surreney' ...... 19: 8 22 Edna Jacbon 1.80
div of -
Graham : NEi. NEV4 -
I In -
= --
::1 =
71' SI of NEVi ex-oj'-n-si;; Coy :_82 7 y'+3 Jaaitf Reynold" ....:- Ltta if 4 or Wy4, o BI.-. 4-i--iS8: HIGHLAND(

t WS of NEVi" of SWVi A .AA In SW a. Co'a sub dlv .f NE"- of NElia _18 S 12 Al.x. lI.rricka ._ 13,06i'413 I Sunday fro Jacksonville where Mr.
Cur of NWVi of SEVi S 8 A .f Hilt 38 L T A Co's. sub Bennett and
+ of EVi of NEV* of SWV 7t I A. 5 Abe dJv of NE" of !!IES ______ 18 U R M EII.rsna _____ n.1Iw. I has secured a position
l 1 .* at SW Cor of SEVi" of NWW of Ik0 L T a. Co'. sb Highland June 28\ .-H. C. Wim- they will be located there permanen
run N 830 ft, E 664 ft. 9 880 dhv of NEta'of NEy4 _____..___18 6 23 B E Snell __.... 1.11 berly Jr., and G. H. Barker
4 I nW660ftW bo.II&NW4ofB. Lou! S 3 or 9110 41 L T A Co'. sub motored tly.
1 --36 T 11 75 H S Wilson ---..--- SI.95 div of NEy4 of NEi: .. -____._33 S 13 W E S".11 _..-...... '.81 to; Bryceville Monday on a business
'' L.WV--------; & lot 8"or Lot! 8 of Dlk .2 In L T a Co'. sub Troy Bennett of Lawtey was oJ
NW" a SE" of ____23 8 II Julius. Butler .... .
Iran NEy/ of dlv of NEof NE" ---
NWys b.1 I A In aw Coe ____85 7 21 160 James Reynold ? .___.. ".10 !.t>ta I 8 4 o f Blk C N J lon..g add e trip.G. visitor here Friday.
; NWI4 of NWV A 844 01 NW'4' to Stark In SEIIo! of NWy4 1 W W. Parker had as guests Sun-
N of .______J* T 21 200< Jmtf Reynolds ___. 57.06 of Walnut street ___.__________.28 8 II loin Aim.... a Pete..a It.U day his daughter's Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Reid and daughters Mills
4 SW'\\8Ey: & all of8NV4 8ark6tl 8 21 Mn Eunloa C c- ___ 8a.UlLoa Burton Car. to
NEtf All Slit II T.mp1. add to es Florence and Lula visitors!
.__ 60.28 were
EE .
W P Clyde
S o I rlv.r _11 4 II 340 10 11 of SIB ,11 Tumpa9 add ruthers, of Jacksonville and Mrs J.
if All E"of"- NWI E ..f rI..r. __.--18 4 U 4'1 lioth* Lumber Co. -..___-.186.68 11.011All to S..rk.. __________.______.26 3 U Mr. Florenoa JC B.-ka 1.13 Marr Maxville Saturday arid Sunday.
__..f0' 4 n 8U R L Black A Co.- .. T. of here his
___. son Howard of
Lot[ 8 of Olio II Pk'. add to Stark.la ,
..-1 w ____21 4 U 040 R L Black A Co. ___.136 61 NWI4 I of NWI! '! __________..21 1 I' Mamie lI.rvt.k __ 1.81 Loll Cal. Misses Nellie and Elizabeth Austin
Angeles
f All : : .:___________...__11 III Nod 1 R L Illack A. Co. ___.186.69. !.u... 1 7 11 of olk C R"lntr'. add and his son-in-law
__ .14* OX at
_----23 U 60) R U Black A Co. UI Burton spent Sunday with relatives
I All ." aE'4 of 8Ey4 Co.-__UUJ'I '' Starke in NWL of NWy4\ .?.29 12 Dr P D Hie. -Carruthers, of Jacksonville
Black A
A4 t III '14'1.') R L Cot;:
8 of J. C.
All -- 11 ft S of our Maxville.N. .
NESof;; i4.-wi4.---; ; Robinoon'. lot and run W "...II.a t J r ., A. A. Crews :Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
.. N"," 01 NWY. ____.III t u 200 R L Black A Co.. ___. 5)91 with said lot 70 ft. S 105 ftoF. Lang and small J. Austin of Mazville, was '
2 I .__._______...28 4 III 040' R L Black .A Co. __ Il2S.02r U8.as 105 ft, N 811 fto W 8& ft. 1 I r son. :Misses Beth and
I All SEV4 U SOl R L Black A Co. Winifred visitor here Sunday.Mr. .
I a' ofSIj N 8 ft to bus in NW" 0' SWJio Wimberly and G. H. Bar
rl4-a1
N'( & Wy... I4-.ii In St..ke __________.28 I U Unknown .. 1.08 T. S. of Hill spent
i NE ker, were visitors to the Mosley, Clay
State
:
l $Wt4aWof8K4aNEV4ofSEy1a\ Com 31& ft E of Cor of Broadway Farmsat
____.__...28 t 12 1180 R L BI..k.. Co. _- ...120 12 a. Hora eta. on N .Ide of Raiford several days here last week the guestof
13'74I Sunday.Mr.
SE\4\ of SEV4 .._____?. .f4 4 2J 40 I H Wllkeraon Ca ZIM'SI Hoyt.1 &. ron N 11)6 ft, E 62Ly, .
I All ______________________28 4 III 640 R L Black A _- fto II 106 ft. to Hoyt at. W 81yaft and H. C. his daughter Mrs. E. Carter.Be .
r. t E' of IE'4! a E"% of 8Ey4 A to .brg In"S'.rke .________28 8 12 0 H Marks 1816Lot. Wimberly and Miss
all of m'of river _-.80 4 II aoo R L Illack A Co. __ 4680 3436860! Winifred
NE\i\ [ II
W34 29308122 Wimberly
1 f., NEy4! ______..___.____.82 Ii 140< R L Black A. Co. ,_ __.__. 26.16N44 Blk I R N Dowlinq. add to I were business Wise Advertise
t N4 of SE ________U Ii 880 R L Black A, Co. .__.___.111.15 Sta.k. In NEy 81.04 _. __Ia 6 12 C 11 Marls' T.lO visitors to Jacksonville Thursday. I -

I' ,/ E... of NE.... 8W' of NE'I' /j lot. I I U III tea t E 2U fa 6'A Baldwin Marr of Starke
,' $E74 of NWVS A Wy4' of NWi4 A In N ECor of MEy4 of SEIoO was the

8444 -________.34 II 1160 R L Black A tu ___.111.41 1 lee E 110 ft )In 8tarke _?__.28 6 21 6 C Sw..8 "I' guest of relatives here Monday. I
,4 a NEy or NWy4 ___________84 4 120 E L UrllTUl. __. .__ 12.77 All NE\o\, ..f SEIrO S of ubll. road
# A SW loa 4i E'ril o8E y.._35 4 U 1180 R L Black A Co. 178.80 a. N'7 A of 8EL4 0g 8E94: sa Mr. Everett, of Palmetto is here'
Nt4 N44, of NWy4 ___..._____88 4 12 10' R L Black A Co. .. ".01 about 3 A N of rosd __________30 8 12 I C. AllcINa .. .. '1.10IliA. i from
NEy4. of 8Wi4 ___ 6 I II 4.1.) R L BlMk. A Co. ..1>171 of Wty' ..f NE Of NE" a. with a Seaboard extra gang relaying sunburn"MENTHOLATUM
4 F N1y of SW', of 8WV -_ _._____I2>1 6 I. 10 L D Arnold -...--u_ 8.0 NI1I of NWS4 of NEof NS14al:\ 6 una c 8wsa/ I.eo the passing track.
l E.". of aw"i.of NE' a WVy of E U 1-3 A of :111\.of: Et4' ___-.31 8 U 11 A..U 1 oaard 1.11 I
R I i W'riI of SWV4 af NJ % ASEoi.of W 18 24 A.. of St"is of NL34 M Miss Gladys George, of Starke I
& NWy&W34ofBWVofy 10 A sold J W Alvar.a _____11 1 U 11 Alva Leonard '.18 arrived -

: _.__...12 II U 80) L M Lannley .._ ......._, 1U06 Com aa NE Cur of 8W'4 of NE'4a Monday for a visit with relatives. and healsI
Lot 44 Woodlawa .:...... .18 10 Alfred I Church: : : run W 8 Id .h.... 8 114ebna I cools ,
: U :
y : : Woolawn -------.1$ IU 8 M 668 E: 1 103 .htu N 125 akMto .
,. uy Lota lot. 19 3 1 8 10 11 12 In WoooII.lI II U 80 J H William ........ --- n.III bag _____________________31 1 12 8' C.rri. McFMhtoa 7108w',5 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett left i

1i 1 -S\ja of loa-U .In.Wwdlawn .-.-_.-__-._..16-...I.. II I Loomed A Wilson .. ..-_ _-__ 8-54 .f NIl: ... 11 A ia NE Cur ewes ..m411aes -. I



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JUNE 2i!>. 1923.! : -'W

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEAKN<;:'/ : '

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K"AS' ( OP BRADFORD COUNTYV cause of their '
I .
PROTECTION irregularity or unevenness I Section 7. "Public Rouds" as referred 20TII .ANNIVERSARYDetroit tho most scientific principles, distinct. Dt'SWl'l'li1ml1mlWWIllmmA.IIUmUnaUIlAa1IilII1W1! : : : "
HAVE LAW of
the surface shall be Injurious to I to in this act shall be construe- I l.T individual in their advanced automatically r '; .- I.!a i

said public roads of said county; ttd to mean all roads and highways in the p, ...'
Mich., June 10.-The Ford! process. j' I
I "
.Text of Comprehensive Statute or to drive
i operate or propel or cause heretofore I General I
.enacted at Last Session of State.iislature. 'I j the same to be done, over or authorities designated by the public Motor Company is twenty' years old Under: its present expansion! program : :
upon of sold county as public the Is
1 such today. And i this birthday anniver- company carrying out or t
.
public
trucks roads any such vehicles roads and all roads and highways 8111' hinds\ it enjoying the greatestprOSI"'l'il a larger scale than ever before It N I Insurance I "Jtf'
tractors
implements or machinery which may hereafter be so designated\ in Its history and engagedIn policy of effecting every manufacturing :

i lany years the public road: of of: which shall have II tits point as well aa all roads that are constructed carrying out an expansion program I economy possible. Thus will;'; AND ',. Y ,

rcl have buen greatly damaged contact with the road, a supporting and maintained or constructed or of costs cut to the minimum nil alon .
enormous: magnitude, necessary
indiscriminate use of timber surface upon which to travel of sucha maintained out .of the public funds of to bring manufacture up to the line, from primary raw material"(::1 ,t

i actorsfarm implements, etc., nature and character as to be Injur- said county. to finished, trucks ; : '
meet the ever increasing: demand for curs! and tractorsit Real Estate
ious
< persons and'firms causing thai thereof to such roads or to the surface Sec. I 8.! In all prosecutions under Ford Products is able to give the purchaser n t i 1\; 1 I i i
J
nave made no pretense to- ; or to drive, operate or propelany ,
this high; quality product at low
.
: act evidence that the damaged In the score of years which ha* u very % 1
the roads. All such vehicle, truck tractbr W
epairing of this Implements ,
road the price.It
or road upon or as to whicha passed 1 since it's incorporation on
ome to an end. At the last 1 or machinery upon such violation of the has its own coal mines In \VVst rot isr
of this
roach which shall provisions Juno ltl)03! !) the growth/ of the company PEEK & BURNS
of the )legislature the I have one or more
< mem- tires 1\ t ocivrred, was. nd in said county has been amazingly I rapid, and Virginia and Kentucky and iron on ;

rum this county secured the en- so worn or damaged as to be : that was constructed and main now its activities, extend to nearly mines anti forests in ;Northern:" Michigan :

'11 of a comprehensive law for I same injurious to be the road over which the tained, or constructed or maintained every country oil the globe, and the : ":o.ot (too big> for nmnll biiHinpxse .

'itection of tho, public roads, and may propelled or to the surface out of the public funds of said county Ford i.g; is In use in practically every The Ford IJuilroiiiT, tho Detroit, Toledo nor too small for big .
unty board of bond trustees thereof, or which during: the business"i;
I shall be
prima facie evidence that the land on earth. & Ironton'connects with prill Ii-
charge of the roads will' operation thereof shall not be equipped
!
in same is public road within the ally transcontinental '
a line
with rubber The capital originally subscribed every \ 0111'l1I..in"\ >, 4 IN Cordially So- f ''I i
o r smooth I '
-i t insist on its provisions be- metal meaning: of this act. which affords unusual shipping factli-
in the worth lioilfd.Oilier I.
a'tly observed. Following; is tires for each wheel thereof company was $100,000 :ia '
except See. 9. The board of bond! trusteesof of whu only $28,000 in cash was actually ties.At
.II text of the law: aa hereinafter provided
; or to draw
River
Rouge with
drive said county is hereby vested with paid into tho treasury. Amongthe u plant arcof with r. I.. ivk, & Son f ,

to be Entitled: or ,propel or cause to ho driven, power, and authority to make, pre- 12:! stockholders of the company in 1,200() acres, the company beside I )

net. prohibiting; the operation drawn or propelled over and across scribe and promulgate from time to its infancy, Henry ford held 25 having the largest foundry in the ,
percent Ti'lcphone V.IMl J
;
'ir over the public ro ads of any such public road machine tool, time rules and regulations!\ for tho (of I the stock world, operates its own blast furnace" 1)) I

rd l county, Florida of vehicles, or implement of such nature or char protection of and covering traffic on Kurd machine shops, body plant, !saw mill' a 'i n' !
"sold" hill cur to the public at + : /
acter will /QQQptpfQG101QGtCJCtQIIgMItUQOltptaaK
cut break
tractors, implement, log- as or disrupt the and the use of public roads of said the coke ovens, cement plant, paper mill r
very start by practical demonstration rw"
log-wugons, and trailers, tracngincs surface of such roads; or to drive operate county and by such rules and regulations for he piloted the first Ford power plant locomotive repair shops I 'I UK t'1.. 1"11\\6"-| 4

trailers and other im- or propel any such vehicle, to prescribe as to such public and the Ford-son Tractor plant. ?>i>tivi! I lit hiTvl.v. uivi.ii in nil whom It niny ,.
.
trucks tractors racer himself and won race after race ;" .r!' i ,,f \ua,",.t, A. U 1
its< without rubber or smooth or implements\ over roads and as to each of them and as in all of the The parent plant of the company i in I IVJ-I.: 1 ..Intlospldy::,: | lotthe) HonornblB I K. A! L
parts Driving
unfinished country. haven county Judge : ,., : I 1
or : ;
u Jilt nf
upon any portion of protiM fi
( d i metal tires or having tires any to each portion or portions thereof, old "WMt"! ; !' oa '..n ice track at linltimoru Highland Park occupies neuI'ly011: (1 I my tlnnl d..I".r.. ,,. n.. u.lmmtnlr.lrU c.( the ,
(IOrtinlsurfaces of a character repair or resurfacing, or past detour 1 the wheel of which (...t. of liiwruu Mehlrlph. il.wiMWi.il : and List A'q
the widthor
weight per mind! acres, 123 are under roof,
,
signs obstrctions to hay :Mich he was the first to break t tin 1101111 (lit'* I will im.,mt my him I ..<-. A
or
U!<> to said roads or the surface travel erectedby tread per tire Including vehicles the milc-a-minute record.In Here arethe general ofllces, the Detroit cellos' tor iw mlmlnlmrnlrlx nf mil e.l,..I(e, ami '
lull thiii
'I i and providing a penalty for authorized road builders or work- nail lauds of automobiles, trucks I 11107 :Mr.! Ford acquired, additional Sales, Brnnch the boys' industrial Dated Jim npiimvnl.6. 1112,1.


img for the operation of such or unfinished portions of such machinery, which shall be allowedto in the company to 5S 1.2 per individual automobile plant. __

by permission of the board of roads; providing however, that the travel thereover and to prohibitthe cent. Time company has n glass plant ntilnssmerp !NOTICK OK ELECTION:
/lly lho .
: pa r vralttl 'In them' tlm
bond trustees of said cound I ourd, of Bond, Trustees of said} county traveling over such public roads ( Pa., mother( at Highland V,/ ''A"1'1'11, ': "' biwnl, : of vuhlia: lni.lruc.tlnn ny Uwl of

providing for the operation I: may permit any such person, J firmor of such vehicles described above 1008 Development when the of:Model! the company"T" Ford'since carwas Park, and<1 n third is under construction ', linlil.''" motel one twiniy In tin' lii-n-hy llr.lor cells, npi-clii, ..1."'! ",Inc..... Mhoo to lio! I '

-h roads of such vehicles used corporation to operate over and weighing more per wheel or per at River Rouge. \ < .iricl. ami on* In 1'ua, Kill nuwlitl ae ached ,
I! tirnt placed on the market, has dl..h!! '' 'In d..tormlnll wlivllwr or not. thc-lr ,I
,imsportation of logs, timber or across such public roads any such ve.j width of tread of tire than the weight; There are shoo manufacturing( units dGU'lul..Inll' bu coiKollilnti.il., In .lucl Ihrro

nine products in accordance I I. hicle, truck tractor implement of proscribed, and prescribing. the width been l it marked now ocuples by unusual tho foremost/ success position until lit Hamilton, 0., NOI'thvill1I'h.: ., Jur triwtcm.1 I.. Hinl l I... ( ..u..<...ili'trrininii wrd.. 'I'hl.lhi 1 (',fount,,,"-" ("of.("mil-b. ,1( I

'he rules and regulations to ben er machinery{ not equipped with rubber end character of the tires to be used Troy, X. Y., Iron Mountain, :Mich., held S"tlldn. July 7, ,002'1.'' A
I.
in the industry.In W. lrcK18rRR. i
the said board of bond tires or smooth surface metal upon automobiles, trucks, tractors mind several 1 points In and near De- n. D.. WIGGINS __ ... Ch..lnn.n(
I'.M.'l\ :\ ;Mr. Ford, set a new standard i Hrtniltrv. ''
",- for the repair of dam- tires according to rules and regulations / and other vehicles, implement and I troit. Itir.lt.illPKriTION
l for the industrial world when ho I Innnuul1"d r
Ion by said vehicles, and pro- which shall be made by said machinery( which shall travel over \ $1,200,000 J ::! ) ) building: under, condlrnctinn the pug KItCTION1o :
llonnl
his now turnout $..00) II' of I'ubllu InHlruvtlon, of Urml-
penalties for violation of such Hoard, and providing further that the such public roads according to tho at Ih'I1I'horn.Ikh.: ? will provide ford| onnjy.\ Florida.
day minimum wage, and the $10,000 UP tin iinilt'i. ..iiinril iinnllllpil elpcton. of
ions: and providing for recover Federal, State and County authorities weight per wheel loaded to gated; capacity 000 profit, sharing plan] a move that ,, a new home for the Ford\ Engineering ( Iliwilivr. mid I'lno' Hill nub xcthnol dirt, rlele.
and fees from shall be exempt from the provisionsof laboratory.. It also will house hereby itftillon your llonoiulilM, llunril, lit
milages attorney ; and to prevent the use of swhehicles gained I him international fnme. mire, ; u. in rli-etlon. In ili..rniin| whether op
n damaging such roads: and this act while building, maintaining \ upon said public road contrary the plant of the Dearborn Publishing' out our. .11.1 rl.... nlnill,, bit eoniuillilntml., to lrt ,/
Many will! remember, too, a year or HIII, nuiiirii. and ilriormlnu the mnount of
Ming for the granting of tem- or Improving any of said public to such rule or regulation, and so later when announcement win Company, publishers of the Dearborn .",.lInn., ,to from be MmrMiHllSiKiu'il r I
HriHikuri
anti permanent injunction roads. to provide for prohibiting .ertainel.it.eet made. that if sales went to 8. certain Independent, the Ford International! I'. M. IIARKKOOr: I

'Hi bond to protect such roads, Secton 2. That any person, persons : vehicles and llIrl.nwlIt\; figure every Ford purchaser would 1 Weekly I.It.I. A.II. COI.MON WKhKH.': it

refining "public roads" as used 1'irm or corporation violating any of selected and designated roads, and to receive n rebate. The sales passedthe There are thirty-four branches of i I. W. riNiiui.sriart: JR. ,

'I'i act, and providing for the is- I the provisions of Section 1 of this act provide for the application of any or figure and\ the checks went out by the Ford Motor Company; in the United T.I.. f MUUi.AN IIA/KN.::,

i! writs of mandamus to comm shall be deemed guilty of 11 misdemeanor all of the rules and regulations hure- the hundreds of thousand, States, of which twenty-eight are K.II: J.I'. t.Iw1A\I'II'Y.; ,

repair of damages to such and shall be punished as [Is pre.8lribed innbove mentioned to any such puldic When in 1M! II!> lulsel II. 'Ford assumed assembling plants. These have/ all I.M I. M.I' M al'I'F.us\1'III. !NY.'!, 1

and providing rules und evi- by the general laws. roads or any part or parts '\hl'roof I the presidency, hii father been Improved and enlarged within JNO. HIIKIVHt.: M It

for civil( action and criminal Section: That no person, firm or within said county which shall from turned 1 over to him nil the responsibilities the hint year, and today are producing J.U.V.1.. .SHHIVJ IM7FN:It,, I .

ution with regard to such roads corporation shall drive, draw push or time to time hereafter be selected or of that oflice, and he has taken cars! and trucks at the rate of 0,700 A.. A. IIA/KN.! i
<) M. IIKVIL,
damages thereto and extempting propel over or across such public road designated by said board of bond, an important part In all develop- every working day of 8 hours.'there K, V. o\NP'WWS' ,

federal state and county I cart tractors engine motor trustees in accordance with the noticeof are more than !0,000 Ford J. U. IIAXTEH.! ;
govern- pay wagon ments of the company since that time. I I.. K. (JAINhV,

from the provisions thereof truck, tractor or trailer, for the such selection or designation here Upon becoming president, Kdsrl: Ford dealers in the country, and) over 1 1ft000 ,- rinlil.' Pin.B.. H.Hill GlUtEN, J e d

., maintaining 1m- transportation of logs timber turpentine ipiiftci- l and to the ( ) Authorized Ford Service! Stations MILS. F. (
building, or or provided; prohibit purchased the remiuning 41 1-2 percent 1 i. < SON, h

ng such roads and vesting in the products except by* permission travel over such public roads, or part held by the outside stockholders, making a total of more than :21,000! ) U.\. J.II. U.HPKKhNlY'GREEN(! : '. f Al

hoard of bond trustees of the Board of Bond Trustees of or parts thereof as shall be selectedor I I points of contact with the motoring, V t.. GIF;KN: ,
and on July Oth, 1913!) the company\ W It, IIOIM.Kt.AI.Kllll .!'!.
aid county the power and authors !said county in accordance with rules designated in the manner hereinafter was reorganized under the laws of I public.; ) 1IKIMA3.154U7!'! -a .

's make, prescribe and promul- and regulations to be prescribed by set out, of any automobiles, Delaware, for an authorized capitalization !. Foreign brunches and iiHxociutedcompanies --- -
OKDKH: FOR I'I'III.I'ATIIISIn
.
!rules and relations/ for the said board, and such persons, firms or tractors, or other implement or machinery of $100Oooou1'I.JII ( ). are located at Ilncno. Aires CliTiilt/ Cmii
tion of and covering traffic on corporations shall keep the portionsof except those expressly permitted him ambition to do the greatest Sao Paulo mind. :Montividi-o. Soutli .liitllotnl. '. ( ,...."11. Hrnilltinl, <*/amt,. In ehnn-

roads, and to prescribe the such public road used by them inns by such order of selection or amount of good for the largest number America, Havana, Cuba, Copenhagen, M ry.Illitnuhn ilanliin.Ctimplulrinnt.. I' s

i'ht[ of such vehicles and Imple- > /good condition and repair as such desiirnatlon. The rules and regulations of people, Henry Ford has always] I Denmark; Antwerp, I1.IIlUIIl1ll1n; : ... I

HI and the width and character of portion damaged by such use by them which shall bu made, prescribedand \ kept" the Ford car within thus reach of chester England;; ; liurcclonn, Spain; P.: It.. .Ionian.Iinfvndnnt.. .. F

tires or supporting surfaces aforesaid within 30 days after such promulgated by authority of this persons of average means. Bordeaux, France, and Trieste/ Italy. 1.111.1 nphvartnu by nlTlilnvIl: nt'pcnili'd to thi I
also is plantat fllitil: in the iiliuv Hdtiail 1 lint;: K. It. A
There manufacturing reuse
"" ""f which will be allowed the use damage shall be dune. act hull be in writing in two copies, Ijist October (the price of Ford, cars a J unlit' n, I the dttri'niliint, I".r11I! niuncil. ,, In urv
of which shall be at the Coik, Ireland .ldent of thu ii.sue of Klnrlila, and t cmnonlH / '
-'h roads and generally regulat- Section Any person, persons, or one posted wu-; again reduced I, bringing the various of Camilla hfmnvlf. no tint prfn"*... cnnnol Ii* .*", l !j ,*t
The : !
ind) governing the traffic on and firm or corporation violating any of front or south door of the courthouseof types to the lowest level in the 10'01'11otor Company ,41! upon him. uml I. ...., iho MUM of t\vi ntyni' -
Ontario .. it (I. thi'rcforv. Utr> l thut sod l l
Ltd., locuted at Ford ) < .r. iir< *( l
such rules nnd by the clerk of the circuit just across the river from Detroit) has nppi-nr" 10 I the bill nf oomplnint, HIoil' In .,,1,1
violation of
for of misdemeanor the of the Ford
act shall be deemed guilty a inauguration ellen m or ,tii.r..r. Monday' th. Irtth .tiny of f "p.
.Rations and providing for the ad- and shall be punished as court in his office/ for the Informationof Wci-kly Purchase Plan haft opened the an annual output of 7fionO Ford 'cars ,I.r'I,11'1 I It. llt'J'l. oUiarwiuD th::. ulli'imtloiwi of r
and, trucks, and does huHinpnH not onlyin ; will b.) tukt.n M conf< i vtl by .(!.!
in and promulgation thereof and i... prescribed by general laws. the public and shall also be copied,[ .tray to automobile ownership for additional ilirrnilnnt.It I I
Canada, but In British! possessions. In furtlutr. onU-rwl' thnt I lltli onli-r, Iw puh
rules In the minutes of the meeting of the
and evidence to such firms millions of who .
prove Section 5. That persons, or : people can Fordson HHIIH| | ont'v a w M'h) for four oon..eutlve wivliaIn
.I regulations: and providing that :j or corporations which shall violate I said board of bond trustees in which now buy Fords. on weekly paymentsas The Tractor was hrouirht ih(< Mrntlfiinl ( oily' 'I'"h'.r..h.\ H nowimiicr .- ,
Mil ltHhrtl In unit,.! sot l .
out In 1917, during which year 251: | > county ktnt
rules and regulatipns shall have any of the provisions of this act shall the same ahull be udopted, but no such low as $:;;.00.. IhiH June 12. IP.'3.
produced. ]It was developed after o. w. jU.nrcitMAN! '
of law and 1'1'-1 all damages rule or regulation shall become elective The first manufactured the were
orce and effect ; be liable in civil action for I car by I IS..II)I flvrk Circuit: Court

,mg; all laws in conflict herewith j \ that they may cause to such public until 10 days after its adoption Foid l Motor Company win on the road years of work and experiment by By C. A. KNK.H1'.
i Clerk .
d providing the method by which roads[ and the cost of repairingthe and posting by the said board. The in June, and l sold the early part of Henry Ford and his engineers and K.: M JOIIN9.HnliclLur:' Deputy I

"rfi' f lid may be repealed or mOllified''ldl1"g I same, which amount together rules and regulations! which shall be July, 190U. In the initial year, IlOi-! : presents a most sturdy and dependable for Cnmnliilniirtt." 6-I.1-CU7-M"
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for the validation' of all se' with reasonable attorney fees may be made, prescribed and promulgated us 01 I, the company produced 1,7M( cars power plant. I Easy and economical I NOTICE r "

awl parts hereof not held invnlind recovered by suit in any court of herein above provided, shall have the and. each year has seen its steady ex In operation. Like other Ford Prntlford In Ctraiilt. yeasty Court.Morldn.Klirhth In Juilleliil.Chnurvry.Oln Circuit.. '+1
with utmost Instant
providing when, this net shall competent jurisdiction by the said 1 force and effect of law and any per- pllrl ion, until In 1922()::!:! production, totaled products it met 'n/ ..>flu. (1",1"S. JuUidl by It. H.fhtHlf. .
and at the Fordson her hn.bnnd anil foci
i "ffect. board of hand Trustees for the use son, firm or corporation who shall violate 1,351,333, and. this year will pass success, present friend eomplftlrmnU. ...rv.
plant at River Rouge is. producingtraetars .
and benefit of .said county of Bradford any of such rules or regulations the 1,500,0110 mark, u figure which it W. 5vlvwlrr esno. ". J. l H. ,

IE! If EX,\C'C-y;; THE LEIs-1;! and the amount recovered exclusive shall be deemed! guilty of n misdemeanor in itimntcd will equal if not not exceed ut the rate of BOO per day to Campbell .n.1 l Unknown p.rlilll 4 sk F
.
with the demand.\ cone, drrrmlcnta
I ATUHE: OF) THE: .\ of attorney fees shall he paid. into and shall be punished, us is I, the combined, output of all other keep pace growing ( tu remove o'"u.l.' Vul,.l tllle sn, "l i olh.rodor

fund. prescribed by general laws. In any automobile companies in the United The I.ln'olnIotor: Company, orguni'd ti
road
the county .. .
FLORIDA: motor lo till 11 whom It may on rn GnvtlnrfiIt I
In 1017 to
produce curs
I civil suit or criminal prosecution the States. / 1 Aiprnrtnit by w bill of com k
unlawful for Section 6. The circuit court of the I :| ; : :. :. r'h.. :
tion 1. It shill be of an exceptionally' high quality, was plomt in the niiOM* <* tlmt .r. known
I intn.duction of a copy of tha rules Since Its start the has .... .. .
is hereby authorized and company produced named I'> oh tllitvv l to h lnt r nt'''J In ie
person or persons, firm or cur 1 said county acquired, by the )Ford Motor (Jompnnynt the tu) rrln ilntcrlliml, whuttw lnit. of k
and, and regulatons violated.. or alleged to ) mora than 7,730,000; () () Fords and I IlI..nt nroptTly: : ; :: ; i>
i ution to drive, operate propel ori \ empowered to grant temporary receiver's sale February 4th, III:2'J:! riftftfi'iM'i* 1 Is unknown, niul complnlniintN, alI. lli l-
have been violated duly certified by them to nil! parts of thu world, a -KPH ihfrt'ln'. that they do not know, and, or. "'
i to be driven, operated or proIht j permanent injunctions on application .1 for $",.,IIIIIIIIIlIn.1() ( ) only recently Henry 'Ire Uilli i .rit iM-iireh Mnil Imiuiry, hit not been
the clerk of said board of bond trustees
of and more than 6,000,000( are now in ntfl > tu BMeortnln If any of the known .m..li
(\ over or upon the public roads j of said board of Bond Trustees with proof of its posting shall Ford.) paid! to the creditors. of tho :i prr.ne tlivvid to be InLrrnMUttl :In I.t| property *
bond of use in the United States alone. : ,U xUlnnt and .. 1 '
said county without requiring in or dual that th rnr
Florida ve- ( to
Bradford county, any ,I bi> prima facie evidence of the adoption :Manufacturing methods, of the Ford 1 : company( an additional< $1,000,0(10) oth.r pvrautiii. iMllcvptJ to t b. Intonmtvil In h4 tee
.<., trucks, tractors, implements or such complainant to prevent damagesto make up their losses, though umid/,-r .101 l property. otbr then the known n.m.d el
roads of said county and promulgation, posting and. filing/ :Motor' Company> have been and remain ilnr.ndHnM and the nttmi And nmldunr. of
'i 'hinery'which shall move on the public thereof heretofore I no obligations to do so. -urh pvrwina .rn unknown t eels not erjiupped with rubber tires to compel by mandamus perHons.flrm.s I as provided.Sec. the marvel of engineering experts The, Lincoln :Motor! Company was .n... nnd In ..!.1! bill roller !I. |>ry.4 .unliuttirh L, ti
done 10. All general and special of the world. All are based[ on known niimwl", and unknown tirnu>na.
mooth surfaced metal tires except or corporations to repair damage reorganized under the laws of Michigan 'rhrrofora. it in ordered tht .!) pcnon* J t M
roads of said and each part and parts thereof nnmit'l', or all pernon clalmlnif any inl: ,..r..C "
Hereinafter provided; -or to drive, by them to the public haws on ;March 2Uth! 1922:!: for an authorized .under. or 'ihrounh Them or other of them orbtbvrwliiif '
over otacross which shall be in conflict/ with the provisions GIVING OUT and All unknown p..mon. vlmrnlmc.
the operation
said by I .
'rate or propel over or upon county capitalization( of :$15,000,000.It .
I any Inum-nt in th prupM hr tnaft.r da.
"'lie radII such vehicle, truck, thesame, of vehicles trucks, tractors, I of this act are hereby repealed .. .. --- Is now known as u .division of the! orflwtil, or any p.rt Iho,...'. tinier W. 8vlvtt 'rN F4
any
limited 11.11....... ... J. H. v
tools carts insofar as the same Is or ir CumptM'll It tthr t5 A
i 'tor implements or machinery implements or machines, The Struggle( Dlieour abridges the effectiveness, .of thjji act or unknown claiming .n iitl.rr.l In A:
:ni.-h shall have tires, which, he- wagons or trailers I Citizen: of Stark nual capacity, of 10,500 motor cars. lb. herelnaft.r d..cnbcd. property, or any
and it is hereby specifica\ly\ providedthat
Around all clay with Ian aching Not only Is the Ford Motor Company tart thcrMtf, at Flurlia "'ii.rlMal Bradford 5'S
neither this act nor any provision county, Htai ait fol '
bark. the greatest automobile institution low :
hereof shall he in any way repealed Ka.t Ilulf of tha Houtttwmk"carter of thHouthWMit .
Can't rent at n zl.t; In the world today, but it stands aluM
of the No..h..1 (Juartvrof
GENERAL INSURANCE abridged or limited in its opera- Enough; to mall any one 'Vive a HtupendouH industrial marvel, Into _tion 14nrter Tw.nty-four <125,. Townnhtp Plv.t .. t
tion by any special or general legislation Houh, ranu Twenty-two U'it K:..t.Do ,
out
every activity of which there permeates anpvar in the cell bill tf eoniptnint nn k
INMAN & RITCHFIRE. to be hereinafter enacted unless I'can's. Kidney 1'111.1re helping the anti of or before the ......n.1 day. of July A. I>. 1923.
personality /genius the ...m. below a rule day of this .court or '
AUTOMOBILELocated such repeal, abridgement or limita.tion thousand its founder and guiding spirit, Henry aid Mil will be taken a* conf.m..td ....In.t I, ,
LIFE, BONDS, shall be provided for in expressed They am for kidney backache; """. and thai lhi order he publlahml in th. 1
Ford. Itr.dfrd. Cwunty Tlvraph. ft weekly new.*
Farm Agency. Office open 14 terms referring to and designatingthis And other kMmills: : rap >r of iraulatfon, publlluHl In
in building of E. A. Slrout here Is'SUrk proof of ilmir merit: Mtark. Br:.ir.rl.;: l ,, Florida. *
Day. act. Wltnnui the Honorable A. V. lane.
Hours Every judtre 1
Mrs. D. Stilley Mall on 1st. 8I1Y.: Bridge In Hletory. : : y
of the paid Cir-uit l Court, and she th* otTi-
Sec. 11. If any section or provisions lams back and kidney rfal .,. of the sent well the offlrlal .
FLORIDA "I suffered from The only mention of a bridge In th, < itnature| u aa
STARKE. of thin act shall be held Invalidor A heavy dull ache .-.1 I "t thifl nourt till, the aDd day of 0May.
complaint. canonical Scriptures II l Indirectly la A. D. 1>.3. 1
unconstitutional such holding shall through ray kdne/: ; made, iw muller til. principality of Oeybar, a district 0, W. ALDERMAN: t
Clerk Circuit. Court Bradford County Florida Il

D .MORRISON.J' not invalidate any other section or abl-' and I wan hardly able to get' to the northeast of the Sea of Uallle ((8.."

HAROLDHUME w..P. SIMMONS 5... k T'.... provision hereof but the same shall aroin: <]. I felt tired, languid and out At this place a bridge i b ud!. to aIse. A. S.Soliaitor CREWS!for CompIalnanU. 5.4-et4 .25. ,
VlcoP.ld..I
P.id.nl stand as if the Invalid part had not of .ortl. My bro'her had u..t IJOHU'H till which 1* called' by the! Arnl "th I t

Beat Fertilizers Insecticide. :Sprayers; Poultry I been incorporated herein. Kidney PUli. M> I bought a box at bridge of the suns of Jacob." Th.

MitrWrn PtiK Sore I iwcm felt Roman are credited with bring the The nlff"renoe. 1
I
Goods Fair Prices Sec 12. This act shall lake effecton
Supplies Honest better and stir Il..JIg 'hr.-e boxes 1 Fret couructor of arched brl'lget A poles CUD nn noire* help bloir a 1

Prompt Shipment becoming a law. wan cured' of the p.liack." nor .t.nru. genius than a tl'uzylinn eau help h..

Trice B
Ark year .ihbo.-H.. know The QulniM 7I..t pots >.f Affect IfBrranto Its&:J Imply ask r tor a kl-Tney' rl'lnl'dy-g.c. Pile Cures in ft to 14 Va yOr the genius ilocn what h# ronMlrsmart a

1.1. pric.1i.1' b.for..buying." of Itt tonic tad l...tfv> .11'...... L ...cA. [loan'" K i',: ey f the same that 'i If PAZO OJVTf IXTfullo thn! >t. It t I. smart ; hut w'lwn the
"Cd Tat\ F.: PROMO
Jac lclwaville, Fa.! by anyone vttnnuc eau-in4. o..rMiwiior.ficr rnpmila )lirr Ihiaalo N. Y. .' n.' '00'1I'n., ".I.or and sue can 9 en. r '.. f,., At. T'l IJ'.w,*'.. "...,'!tlJl.FRIDAY ''
E. 0. Painter F.rtiLr C., th.. be*.*. GRUVC3e.retur.YJbL ,.,- : .._ i .._ .I tk I.*. ibuUKUuU. f>i,. U

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I FRIDAY. JUNE 29. I'I
II ST.\UE. FLORfDA
I BBADFORD COC'lo'TT TlU.J1CIUPH.


1\\, ,I t "AGB. EIGHT E't'd 'tI::,e'M "'w BISL"?:* a ai the"I I me:tomorrow ?*. nm mar ranri
utteatioe of d&spetsuti'. t&* char he told you he j !.
} no .
Huan't M
-tIJIIl9 I Wtt"J oi>on !Ws !tip! +. "III try u. I to accept him tlve."

I r f if ordered a half: dotes screams .-J|r I Bat the r
to I water. poured .cto the <<:No.... TSu 1, instead nf asking. chums and, confidants thnt .j t ttlonlnKly. IU",
late
,r I arrived i wn* : such then
h thl droop ,I' ,
"t '1 1I aMt then Uu.w Specks: ate th 1in---r.,111, 1 I n>* how much>> money< I had t..t t wtth suppose he had l toM, you before *: pained contusion tldepl,

County News Items < 1 ''' missed strsmucc. = tit <;- the se F the bays Mary cam tanning out to : Rut dear me. how" And late she It's was getting si:,>ntI ; '. "But" she said, stave. \

nrinf.
,:f bald frost ha ajjwt. Chart of fvc >"i ae BJA I Good nleht. dear wee n simple "there Is nothing HerMiq h "VfeoB '

: was shack in tilt aUenacdh wit':,r( "H>6!, my dar suea a terriNethlna I oV111>Jn Goner and resource :. Towers and mo-nothing

A v I J a i = a nck. ..,}l Ire "'N'O'npol1111.. crl-! "Listen :" soul but not without sense corner I II friendship. lie Is, you v u'.elood

1 'I i I I Iatareadnacts Gathered During Ute Wuk by Our The maJnae cm wire' brsdktt. so -.1 Il1nlfTl..1. I beard Fansttawe'a.. voices :i when' driven Dra.\ton Into a receIvedthe I hastened to explain. "Mrs Ihnter'1 1114

)c '' t ) Regular Correspondents. .tv0e at J +* r c6igi; wtMt the! ',I"axs tbaae Ptlf**! In a sort of bellow- i Next morning, Harry ulitned! "Allle"-: lawyer. It wa* necessary f,,:' 'tn to

1 f tit niMole. A minute liter Mrs. F.lI- following, ) note to have be at our house a greation .
crew scare saonarwrt. She cam lIar'ry-1 ouht. not
thaw! cam running oat. "Pear
< "But your visits l at the
when you homes it r ,
meet< night hp.
!"r) as ia tears.vMS I; been so perturbed :friends here," Mrs. Courtnes

'i Y -a -- --- "'CaTQ'1> ArE.\T BKE.VK I stnra a shwklnj thlnZ r site i confided In me your Intention of proposing questioned: "Why Mr 'towers< rharpld 1
near. of course ,,"
TUERES5A a SEALS AND -IUE Lb n ': yn.3.r.fi.My husbanif Insane:" tn Annie", Blair: for toward sister entertained for you81 thjJBO 0 ,
felt
*Xon *n+er: exclaimed: M ry.k I I1 have long seen how you '
j In tbat'Gall's
,
significance ?/
a Tbcresaa. Jot :*.- X Young.t IIf you cant boP a highway,., teen jsst | "( and *. Too Mr. Fol".1.NCttP ., ber. "You may have thought; It strange
teat Geeds. Ptrreio.lr L'alO5 C.sttatated 'k Come embarrassment '
-anzhr
es :
Q did but the the
trail I < observant
be
business i n[t' a ; him. Oh.! to run away as
i ,i Wool was transacting !: and try to restrain In me of Miss Corn.
1I Palatka TrvUy.Mrs. I| If TOG cant be a ,,'iir::. be a .Ur.jit ,' t'srdee_I'rJr Ships ItalutcI' t Pre never been la: the home with taI fact' t I.. marrlnse, I Is sucl a serious matter ought to eye know whether sin '.. "Glq

Clots Moore returned f o he r! tent by site that yen wot .r yes '." ThS tatt'w ,I,; tasaae man. before f Ofcoarwlshall that no advice should concerning be given to Mr. Towers or gut. sh. ''nita""d. ":
., S Test. Jmr + e R consideration .ug4eYed
after, fall- t kite him ta the morning forever. without due
Cm. Friday brusquely.
borne''in Valdosta. ,
'
1 1 P Be th* best of wt-ivr yew ar'. tares 11.+tiay .ache the Btarraraeat We west: la. Fanshawe certainly : It-no> tasty approval or disapprovaL "I-nm the .
her mother Mrs., J. E. Owsley. ,\ not /guest d i wit
visiting I and I have cad]
< 3 p'uNv1 MI the .1<1 time to think,
wanted
t N .
reeks -Hyi* Park; BiBefea.BtVie < I *1 not look etcvulvely!' bf'luznt.'I I distinctly declared
Vi the pst two ; eIeees e d thBeeg.a >e esarm.4e F.e aN' entereiL =' | thought And after due," considerationi
.Mrs. B. C. Powell and dk ldren. left ,sndy school at I* a. B.Preachicg { Be l-wiM up as w the conclusion that Gall' leave-taking lacked, the i 1nmID.
i and: trrnLwa2o aJI ttf the' there ole Ford!r' h* hie- I 11 have come to of her "'
welcome
Heto
serviccit. at It v sc. a> stratton <.
'I the "'j"
in and Just
f ss Friday for their home Larkins,, dear good girl
'Sp.m. 4wet t tw i en e t that da..a.1. ;- Ne 4a' U. "AnJ )uy-d"ar 1 laryart Annie Is a ",.lte. S) I the relatives who had long ',eroro. tf
i here. I good
1 after visiting relatives ;:csii i Tbe McXcrtw :xoaAe. after TWJfirrxttOi toy wtfe. Goo' Ul wilt Best one! to make you a noted her existence, saM, Slot vu
Mrs Sullivan of Hampton attended Always a ccr-fcaJ ini ra t* the give! both my Messlns! In the ca- nnt
.1 j tho world. : you
,
t <4.TS ft Sad tw false starts, -tf* to and hop asked to repeat her visit.
service here at the Baptist church: : ; public: i dor Mrs. polity of an old maid stater
j i aar'ksd a test (I f tie trpavcry Cdr, art- J -Oa.: what Shall I pleaded I III continue to make Smiling, Gall clanged >melq't!
!
4, b ? Saturday. I T. J. EEDGrs.t: [sea's hhag r that as (ota Thaer THSJ: Fi2.<
Miss' EIythe CoUuu returned to her" I .Ho t : you get him to bed Fred r 1 me your' contldantI letter see me," she said. love at W\PD!
crews Amerx-a' three nu3 bant 1Ir.tb swallowed this -
.
i Drajton
,I 1 l home at Lakeside Saturday. j asked my _it.. -J j Harry Ute. sayInsr you can. You would enjoy m) 891dell '
her and sinker, as
:w I i Messrs. B. C. Powel:. E. S. SiM: y i rstresCapes "Yot going to Met Going shtay up | "hook line remember \ park.' "
: ''I SEIERIL 1.NJIREI> HUE> MlLTT1A he could not
ms of }.otb'wetwds xttivd a .i4 leave aloe r,'SIp with witt'T"Id Is. Trne. Weeks' passed 1 and the
)In. H. E. Moorer and little daarhterLynell Annie Blair's name Muntrr
FiRE IXTO HUGE JOB having mentioned
tribal pe"totet at :the Dealing! of the, F *$S4we. "Best HI wife In world. cousin was again forgotten:

j and Nealte YoanirMood!: were I d rent awls hot 'DO (drta i Rsveat had real rood talk ihlnce w* In hi*. attempted Tnftlpnbut then the Invitation f ,
I I tsarwat pot j Ills It was at "> Lurj Wii-
t visitors to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. : Cr-.< of ;?** Gather .. Vj- f* Ne- des were married Com alooc.. dsrttnf* of course, Xllle must have seen. th relatives drove
b. the that
pets ac. cewaaj d- rather cott ? sat' ,,t
S. P. Clifford of Winter Park Mrs. Fan'siswv. attentions to Annie had" been
fc Attaclisc state Wew.aa He In.... a feint toward ,
fro afternoon to view
that: 'hf..Lri of Ttinurjaj g Xke li- J toM Annie about It beautiful he newgift
{ 1, visited Mrs. C. Younxblood Wed I who shrlelred" and fled.Fr pronoumed. He the
a feint die Baltic was completedwaaid said. to [lubllc--"Fleul'.Je.Li,
nesday. Mrs. GadTord was eerw.e' to. goer * r; I i s..a.-au. Jxat ift..Ooe mesa isider &U U4 o'5ciak said I with a park." The city papers ia'l been
by aith en ns wife She turned "Oh. indeed 1"10. of course,
iy l Worth. Gato visit her pareets.* bore this lnarr.g ad seeral ay plnded. ;I Rut ailed with praise, and pictures if tile
her face.
.
W rrnwvt-d from the look) on
i' e hgntw t* x.?l: Fansbswe.'Too i rather queer
; Ben Ilall left for SL PeterjJwrt donor. Douglas Standish
; t others are bnfjwtals: m nun a has did she ever generous hal
h Benexg.rte )(fil ay. The ncoxad b- most spend the nlr'it with vs. I neither by word nor sign
Wednesday after visit c his parents,, offered to the public a part of i'.j senoes > Allle
.fur wa. tracked: ; t* Ewerrane-m ware &e'! soil. "Fred wilt stay with your i, Intimate to In the close
Mr. and Mrs. M. HaIL t family estate nelzhborlnf;
j tl into a nub awnK.J in freest .f Kite : hemsert I Aasd, Oh.! belt b* all rtjtit In then 'I the truth. Perhaps she didn't. Of I I
B. C Powell. left Wednesday for 1aw I II I know If Allison town.
jail where Water: L-. thargid with rn.Lnt.- course you want to ;
t Cork: San.was tiUnr iz ooL'-ri.ar:: .. The homestead" ills LU.OJ
i his home in Larkin... being acrompanied criximaJ ...JsiM *a a wtrte wo an,',' F *Ia: the! morninz; I shall go back to Gower. was ever married She .nll. et-
bic pIDK'I. hire be is cod ta tat plained Is :a fine III?ht. [o.'UiIIIJ!
by Ceo. Neal and 5aaa Swiadel ts bisc be-Ill \ tMC&er* Mrs. Fanshawe sottbed. t and she knew that the young: man

eft as far as Hotv Soond. I aga"aet tin** wbo had dated Isis proUwx -' I helped Fsnahawe. stambllaf. up she eventually married was going to Standish Is as"' hanilsome. as hi> (is rlrt,
l Oaooe Parker Jr. the 6d Tnav... and though he Is still a single
i kshatsnm and twit be levered itwhile months before he man,
Miss Gertie< Swiadel and Neolaeler ( v A* stairs. When we were In his bed- propose to her two
was K< vn the viomarti and -4 a t told her you need not raise your eyes tn hint
had
Yoangblood were visitors toWedDesdayt Hampton i ta cxvcxtivat: held starter- C_ tome he turned to me with i wtnk.1X4 I did >-just as Annie
i for the Is taken- -Li
Cornelia prize
li
few nueetes Itzer XB a htcispzial.s .
t where they are tatisx: : tit tntc.l'dels rmzaevd MB the .tIH"- ( I *> wetl- asked. \ she would
.
I Dlstlnijulahxli
he now. !
TW sob. estxaated at sare thus -Fl. ." nswrt *I you'vepnSnt I there comes
,- ,i trout before the im.nre was .... I cues
musk i lessons. his
;JijiX* petiaau. fmeA wx tiv l.rfaee atvd in tbe meoumbiir the Frcch fixer the trick oil man' Elk Broken to H r".... I suppose that Ia fiancee by hli
Miss Blanche Humphrey retried side. You can tell from hU ahrtDIgaz@ ,
d : a saadnithi and increased ta tatml.es T3* Fmnsoawe are a very happy Elk in harness, pulling buckboards
.1 to her horn, Monday afterher vtsitns Pus seamed Isis tine harbcr with '. Why as I lire It Is your llttlt
t' 7 Tke militTj 'W'U caned!! ta I e* pt.. tow, Mary has been let Into through Chlca. parks Is a noveltyptmalsed
i fWCMrrt- tent sear -w2 sanded tnt thebatwneward
6' a mt : Gall )Meredith who walks beside
cousin.
suter Mrs- Mark CWsaoef. 'who. with
: Fa.ul.! .. Keeper Parker
f the seiret. Some day may by
I
I der. SberdT Mcrmt Ihxee titul the
] : Iadicatwm hIm.Dd I did hear that Douglas
Brooker. twyate "W"fft H. hasot, to ttt* In the park department,
? ti < I ten' hi wtfe. got his .tjlfl1nts
( t. aM >that tie jail wraM berembnd ,that\ ma Mare tmokue vmld turn- of the elk Standish had as a rival to van
1 f Morgan Lee and little soo. )lr. sad yotat yt has already.accflatome.l one
.
I 1 \ Mrs. Leoard Masters and Mss Bootsof S lafaixst say ateart at st rn. I[sraSase- ant: wwwk. whew nwre Earr -- i I herd to barn...."'". He hopes to have quish.! Wilfred Towers. the lawyer. Jo,,

a SL AagTatin. vwtbed< relatives ia ,. At lU: e.hock ,2ur 2y afterlauliba M ,.1 w53 arrrr carrrsx r Iy qpaor acrocs the --- t enough elk broken In by next spring to It Is little XtUs Gall who has won' !tin

n and : .j*..ii..d .Mi : our town Friday Satarday. In'each other, the of
t mai
novel steeds
{ the crowd w n dated epee (I I C .6cia's' .aaI -iC ,I hind these
I Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Herwy TS- f" : the great estate and the young woman

Jr. .,'. ." ited Mr.( and Mrs R. )[. Htrsey a : Gower Bart a fcirr" twin, it tint;\:estf iepr se*l agents cckiixd ssiis _, HIS PROPOSAL I t I with her arms filled with pUt>14

few days the past week. ''of the. sen*
; r .. Mrs. W. A. Joan, was seopptisg: \ Foi.wtnt the s&enf s aeci.taint .- :a: Bare Batac. w6efc yeeteriay I IIe. N FLEUR-DE-US PARKBy .

in Hampton Mondayys ,[ w ben it .e eed, tie cn<<*i had EZwx ertMCy t&fftd. ix port ahod, -r By H. IRVING KING II

t Mrs. P. H. Neal was operated oa of the Gvsaraer B mrJrae, 4a.6ad I For Sale
"--0--1. fTA c i.-n !9C.t..sar .
1
s I 9 for appendicitis by Dr. Mkddfrtoo.Monday. ? .t t as the &rst lion t. test the: 1nsR.7 UA W afa 7.a tM..e.r ar.Usat.. I MOLLIE MATHER -

r Her many friends hope for r ws..a..aaww wr.r.ad ,departzaeet: dry rsUsi;. The! aiuiM r >f-,
j + .sauce n..l ... .. ear anm w LUK.: I am ta love. Harry MISSIONARY PLANTS:
ad of the Amerxasi oCnals "A
t t her a speedy' recovery. \ res. 1eL. God ada.l Cta..w. -. pwrpeoe Draytma popped this oat at the (S. II U. Wourm 1<-w jaja VaioB.) $%.00 per Thousand or by the fed
t C. YOG blood a btuiaess was tat down Or the two swxseta,
A. was swoop
It I a ; :xss L UIr.t ,,tMt. end. *r a sheet. sU-eoc wtlcn had asp IF YOU WANT PLANTS, i c\v
J visitor to Hampton Monday. ,( ar.wM e..rt aawca IWaeaaareea..o.1 and pnwsBpcty coe5ca their suck between MA FTER all. said the cousin. Mrs.
__._ ._ .. perraed ta the cuBversatioa SELL rot SEE
1' .J.I nr: ii
0 Oxirtney, "OaU U oar near rela-
1e i The friends .ofln. E. S. Sib- -..- 1- I. tea: .._ _. _srt asp. of Egwors, h.ataeif; and AIIna: U-er. H* atesya
I -- .- .. live, and we", oust to make It as
tc will be pleased< to I earn that she .. o i =kd tae remark wuk a iaL
: ka" t- ti'p pleasant for her I shall
possible.
r has returned to her home here aftei" M_. __ Iaiaca ___ 'fT.J:: tIC [grams c.5 r..s j a...: IV.ftatai 1 Tel ware' oa a kotel ptana; the as M. F. BROWN
4 ...... ......' hate her to visit.
', spending the past two weeks E in p..ee Jw L U'i1l- ___ a..r i I t1 f b mine see Ma.t'ew.5..I. .. _.A i sown was *a the lIIo.IOIIAa..I. ADd tnooo- Mrs. Demmtng nodded In commendation.
IT.C CStJMO; QE.20Z rt.r KM a* r team Ct river. 'Toa must have ;
Chit oa *
r FL.\
f { Starke. Undergoing an vperat&n by o W ama** wiCMiK STARKE.
s.- ear ar.war.ra.e "Ur husband's nIece! 1s, In a
1. era tLsc.k
DUM* C. .3tAE.5a.tae.yc., -m. a.! 1 awes. AC:a' went: oa lie young ma.=. -
Dr. Middteton watch! was a perfectsuccess. a..a __ way my rwpoasibUlty.taIl.J., as ,
..- uaiiSauer t 'th--et--stab. of styt art. I-I

C Her parents sisters want to 1_ I. --)%_ U'kH IIt' r r r. . cue knew ay Ute tdawrrow. I am he motif U eofrosoed; with business =_ ,. ,,,' .. ,.'" .." ,= c,=
thank Dr. Middleton: and family the Deere N. ps.aa.w 'f sjSalrs and, apt Co> neftect his kin.
+ xas: 1. tub n.u Kure 79fJt--
I'W't nones and the rood people of :Starke a.w.ar concur -.Jt. 0 u.'u< [ ; t Fanshawe' i i -OX RA."Iy.ao"S, AZlicn.4nt Sutra Wan: Gall Meredith comes to you
,"*"-.. -.See _. tat.ttaa & Helen I shall also wish. to entertain:
+ for the kindness to Mrs. Sibtey whilein .
r Jwa* L 1P31 :...LIO.e.rt Strategy sty ay moe toaZ'st-pease a---
her of coast: She most over a
t auw f stay
Starke. deli. I wU give yea u answer tnkad -
xay: I. lob TLl7Ri.aa ......ees.e .e..ee.e.By i week. or t'WC"
.cut tte.la :>t..r. siwrw aoc:4. She < risen
.......... e..4a..at.n MORRIS SCHtLTZ t ; from: her tha:: sad 5t.-1. reedy r.- Wkyr" asked Cornelia Decvmlaz,

H ..nFORDBradford. Jw I i1LLS: IDIooorid .. . . . . ":this sudden Interest In Gail I hue
,
tr K. 5 (.. UO. WMtTF _it..wa.rTai.ay Crown to womanhood without making
=; ear :7 as Harry with a rJ9 sat rpa s-:: a tit 25
I earwe ..ac. 1S.e2w.r.aw her acquaintance.: Has the quaint He- cent
JaneRev.. Jjytwr< r.aJ ___ _____ F.rAXs'aAW kad was. pod' IC.e ) t kU cttir.B.it AS!*." k. cried.Ot. .

and family of Dukes, were visiting: at,........ 1_ 1 ten _-_ a %:1'1 ineawa wife a Crtie; Irs. Ms stratexy ..yes blest IC4otnUIrl what 1 aswy Innerhfi the country cousin coma Into a for-

the bora of C.. M. Andrea last Son- !.:.-. :ear tU't: Islip I r mpt serer har tcat Ffeisa ry.'I nt c-- /

r day. __ ........ -..... tse44Wnr.aw I't:, w. knew the type of _....... wars was t .yoa I un> titan -Vrfti Ia ti* DeaKBln frowned upon her too
.sad Uses icfc: daa{!>ter. "Gail has nut come
,,1 Rcawetl Wand Roy Forsyth both !rare Jw 1. 1U [rasa. boas to b* as of.o.d't wlf*. w& a.c':.:.>l A1I: >. *t>_i-a.<%t. dearaad into a fortune." she coldly replied. Want Ad

.t a. r waste sues oa*> t. tell her .
what sbe
9, 41 of. Brooker were ia oar community ts.a.; .. :xis tun urea ., to was I'JC. and It would nave bn Impnaaible, for
__ e.t.a awe! tea **. ...&. when. she aas a eatapLalaaat S.t moat .C tie dark !hoar .
Sunday. -...... hssoaod. ruts wtia and over yes to make her acquaintance when
tie be
away sat that revoivUix over
7:' Mrs. March and grandson. De- -...- .1_ I t1t.C: 15Z.IC sight mock. of your rTlho"l was spent away
n. a twos her tft ti. Teat -U.La y J..... a sJa tko sinatWa! ta ruts k* farad '
a; a e Witt Chtfsser. of Pin Hill, were" in a.:._ ka" 1. l..u tIYt'. s&aw* as Co* a homes as seer STe4. ktaiMif ai sinr tu way tot AsI ta taittrovia: spools, which. I mostsay. will sell a
_. anus ...1 have fallen short of their object.
'q +. oar community last week. toaraaar U she had b*.n ksaed< properly.Si I for AHIsoa. she went cr iflt to her Tour aisle llve-j
with her
1 S. C. Andrea has moved .to Brook-I' Jae I. 1e3: _. Bile led FaaaHaw a devil et aWe &f*. ,, rrwa after *via< Harry and turalaf pvwr butdeliigtttfftl
: e a parents ta a sash
: country
1 ; t o.:..,. :xis Li UI: Ev. sat
+ er.A moo* taos* who passed throat' ilia always pttyiai tiaa. Harry was ta a date s* was Amt
t w..a I m ear&lnit; her Uvtnc. To hue
e 1 f oar community: ; Sunday enroute to I''W...... Jw 1 tns Tits, -He waits oa kr hand sal foot.sad She had always looked apes' martyr Invited her to either Helen Coortney's $$200 Horse

mrae -I. otarm S.C SB>* her.* si* call as a most respewtable Sad slawuni
Brooker were J. S. Howard ant wife :- xar" .. UU fat tiaras or to! mine during that Urn
Hes *
g a Rev. Butler, Mrs. Tommy Plnkst ttwwas came eta KtI.rae : certalaly' a awdet feuocod, vassal csw.m to watekw: sntn oay. she wo :4 have been a mistaken kin, ness.
i -- I atmttt.I. b caU d to roe
ml at potAJMy apes
c ,, It was wiser tat! Gail should learn
aad of Dukes. to
family ,
i
Jw 1. un iris J I wis& I had a haw> B4 the Uaci form There was Harry Dnytoa sn t-
D..uaw 11s. stand( aloha
She has done or a
I be-
A chicken! the sot
at
f : a pit*:a was rtren. .aw eat: L 1"1.1 U4.K I DO. of cow* I tea''t.- siUd laUry: duly basted. from a Rfsgong friend Urr. tiat Ike oM
,q : home of S. Hogan Thursday aignt.Mr. p.aw.t crow arW --- KKwsreu..w. But and wod-S- laiy wOO engaged
.. \ aercossaty. dear cant aaythiag and cnctt-luct tato a Lover her as a companion baa become
Rats of Brooker, was in oar es.- 1_ 1. ion __ new be boner I[ boP a twayit. If *.:* rosily had to takea mach attacked very
to( your father's a.I>"C'I*.
J i section Monday.Mr. ...:._ xn" 1.Oa.u..t U.I s. I' zeta.\ "It Faasaaw hat the aerv to gtv* 'I husband the costa not ysst then Oa went t* her at the soirMtloa of

I and )(n. W. )L Harren and !.,,opts e.nc Sews Net. ., her a r-l kliCax. tklar might mv think! of laybour she peefetted Ia her owl fatafs freed': a lawyer." $$1000 Car
w.er..t __. _
1'U
'"f' I cl Jdretr.. )II'. and Mrs. Harris Darts -.. .- Jw J. lto't ___ N'! 11DIooaMt + ar -!lJ7.1 ncrested. i iToo I,I taut capacity .. H.irry. 1 b.... always Uioarht." pat In Mrs. !

Mr. and Mrs. L Cook spent Friday. at -. ,... I' ,: ora elc.- sal-1 Mary.I know There case:. a tap at her *> *. It Ooortaey. "taat Gaa mast be more x

') t wortkfntttoa __- ea.wlw..ta ii E! what tk* trvoM really ta. H."s a''I I was A.... Bialr. wa* always stepped fcoao keeper f e this Mrs. Hinter the '"'

===: wed Jot: mode( koaoaai. and tkafs sucnetktacBO for a chat with her dear. fnoj AMI. eomeaioa, D) old ladle In '
R. Cook, of High :Springs, was theguest Jaa. t m country or a
woman In elM world tend oa. her way to b-l. AOI! s>M9etm thave
It companion as a ruler
of his brother L L. Cook.W. flL:3n. I
:= xo i. tLq rat so glad I Lariat got oa*.' | wtafeed that Ante who was a r""-tI -"I bet: knew about that." Meta
H. Harrel aDd C. )L Andrea vu. ewes Tits sua.l.1
l ... _u_. 0 ___ .... Whereat I kissed ker.Faasaaw I talker. would occssfositny oatt this Dftamm: replied "bat Lacy Wolcott,
were in :Stark Taesday. pa..w 1- I toUIIXu as*i to com la nlghtty visit. but toasht she bailed wko stop cca signally In the smalltown I
; :
-ai-
A Mr. and Mrs. H rr.. Darien, who 1, tore -- P.U I with as sometissee ta the evening: i< bf'a visitant aazeiFor ATI re_ wfter. Ga l. employed. tells me $$10,000

t ;' has been vumn* )[". W. )L HarreD.j I..r=..*= t.wJ heat I wes! his. site let kla. 1f.7.t.* was r.t l M Annie as s* worldly wts aM eat It Is a very beautiful town with

i 't has returned to her boot* in Gaines 5..a. Jw 1.. 113 I.I';: very' sorry for Mm. A few stays; I es>NMeaced-wtkb' eke was sxx-that really: wooderfal old homes. Tile

ville. Dwwa w tl after this coaversarJoa I west la and I I counsel from: her c al>I..IMC b4n bo of RsjkCsn place U eprtally noted..
..." to. I" n '
Mt Stern : gonad th. two sitting ckammUi as i roll@ Therefore when Annie ;vsed Bowwer. GH cer-alaly was fortanat '

ept..war. a KIip.aa. to ack .(her before the ndtator. for breath after ker ftr t bo PRESBYTERIAN: -
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1 x. Ir4aa. \ Dear.' said Y..ry.Yr.. Faaskaw hotel ("**!? AC1 said: -.um.-ut Towers, ChoP faaraa: ; lawyer. Farm

eat L I'D nun sad I bare b ea talktag ewer tklac* do yea think of marrtafe OoraeiU sat op aben,dy. '"$G." she
If cant be a piM oa the top of a aat reefs w..tk .....N' "
a yea A ..uon. me Aasle. 1
) w ornate pupae -- lS osas.s gtaac: at Faaskaw's ecakarramel wv t a remarked.' "I Cad the secret of oar

th. kill. Ja I. tin tV21Sant fac told ao what tI.mp.! think; ICs .-umc creo-tty t. bo o>> son Ctatioo. wcfnM Towers has

B* a scrub la the vaU:.y-bat b* xa, ..[ eta N. t1Aase. "' .M' "It's roally got t* the point wkor* sireo of tawisa-taunted yon ret tk>* I f hovered oar kfcUra, yoonx coastn IIh-I

1 .t. r Th best little scrub oa the side af the _._ __ 61.:3.. Fit ban t* taws ..... rorl" k* smM right mast And store yes have broojftt ker Into tine, Ifkt. and
'"...... __ .1-..
lam; .....-. 1_ 1- Ins ails Aad tk e 'tern .t b all U that I know broached" this most un imla< bleat family. !aut... to share tk* sonsntn

a It..a a. a.aww s. a raa t blaat. I will coofl-i IS yea' that I expect to VTho' told
r. B* a bosh if yoocan't b* a tree. SM' sack a spiandilwomaa. 'r yea of Us attention to Daft
ears: eat 1. Ia Sinna.
...._ ewie" vii tea..le and I laveat kaa<0d her s b* .m..J. nysctf' before loaf-la fact atotker, ant haw serloas ... UT I e

"."-. t..4 properly trwa tk* begtaasag.5be I know Xia r (ac to be. Bat yes thought him: a.4ve wkor
If yoa art b* a bosh: be a bit( of the wean Jt.e 1. 110.1 ., laW 1 young
= o.. aa. w ..a gig av* a tight *a tk* must not ton a living sool ata I MQ I(I manna wee, roncernol. else L m.u.I What is
grass- .;. :.- 1. t.agr.a. to." should kav more economical
dlSenhy. without n.wtag M. this yoa i I loojf ar* set forth to woo.

t I, SOB highway t. happier make; -----..-.... Ok0mla It appears Ha too gala<. I 'Oh. Anal." crie-1 Auto[[ "kow.. did j'I When Gn Meredith colored tk*

Ht't i' f If'TOO can't b* a rnosc!*. tell |oat bet _. 1_terra I. ttln a ___ __ pf tel Of row' I hare ixwa rood sine FV* yes feel wSeo k* propaoed ....t eoto.'.. aoAaowa! homes at bur and profit

a bass -.:... X_ I. U.l: -r.nau tn sarri.... hatTaaaaaw -" 'Oh. h* kasat propooed yet. rotaracil tethers NiIoUns she told therm

i,, Bat Ute liveliest bass ia the lak.tW .w..e rwt .wia Ia.ww..ar .*.- I said -a ttttl boo hibvxilac Agate calmly txit has dots[ sweetly apps*dad...w.. that .bat stay able than a want

1 w 1 un-- __--- swSsaalDr0aD ta my brad Caw !Mlft r.Xary. to t.wrr.w"B t(I ont[ k* skort. because of her noadedarfsnitattt

'. t; ..caat all b* cajtaias; some hare eo: rRJw L U.lratE : tar exc s* mo. I.. foCac to. 1.-.how da yon ka-wr* g+sped : apes the old lady. who! Was ad in this paper?

r to be cr.TMn.s : ...-; or no&r04. ate ovr trteat soot a3v out of tk* Ailks her. Mead.Bos .
I k.r.ke .reefs tea tS! fn.ewi.e att-ClcwtM Ills wUia.Vary .- "How do I know?" recocted Anal: Gall What have
4 i something far all of us here aty dots.r.X.... r>snaalaptayfoCy <
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erq eI t .wet Sae a.e.a .1 'tAor br !S C tgsrve fa tM tay.m.R you
wa very cqrtm but f ro- said "yoa win CODe day save
There's big work to do, and there asst r.a..1 Cy.tts d C-O. a. tea.twee I
eI ::11_. sae fused know when to coca IS sag r> out .ta
I'I'J.L u..e awewt to dodge what I had aid to yor rkan you ksww. She smUedmoanrngly. to sell?
lesser to at. lie ... hot eI ors kar..aw s.e e.ad stvaae. of the weatk rt: I aa as snr "
I TaatbawR or what k. had a>oaat W. hoe. fceard. hen ta
And th* task w* most: do U the 4 a wtaccws .. tL_ ....- b clear t.. ....
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