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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 19, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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.. Subscription--- Per,- Year, $1.50:>> ; Six Months 73c.-Pajable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Owner.
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:{ Railroad Commission I Democratic NQIBI11CQStr 22,000 Bales Cotton




Meeting Well Attended : Estimated For FloridaThe



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!Many citizens of Starke and Ura d- LIGHTNING DAMAGES: SWITCH:: I
estimated cut ttunH' FAUMEIIS I
1"0'1\jl' in AND 'I1n'l.I..EHSA1"J'ES'1'IOS :
ford attended the
county
of
: meeting ROAR!
Florida' thin ill
your 11,000 acres. This
i thet.ito railroad commission
held in
I II I II' a cut of f r, frunt
per cent lustear's,
the courthouse Tuesday morning and I Wednesday afternoon, during a ,
171,000 acres, and m the largest Fount week to week The Bradford
short shower reduction -
interest struck of I
: a lively was shown in the j lightning one
pioceedmgs. The meeting was called I the electric lines, followed it to the from limt year of any of tiN j County Telegraph is trying to instill

in the state commission to considerthe I plant, and burnt out one of the switch- cotton growing states. The acreage of ;'I into the minds or its readers the ini1 -
the country as a whole is placed] this 1
request of the city council tohave board transformers throwing the portancu of the Interests of every
the Seaboard improve the facilities town out of current for an hour. Tem- ? year 40,403,000 acres. and increaseof ; farmer and trucker by publishing

afforded the traveling public at the porary repairs were made by Supt. 4.1 percent over tho :J ,70IOOOlI..n' items of vital interests. to very one

Starke depot. R. Hudson Burr, chair I Clark until a new transformer reached y of lust year.Notwithstanding. I I|I by calling/ attention to the reports of

man of the commission, and E. S. i,| here from Jacksonville on the 5 \ ; this largo decrease Ithe i iI various "County Agents," andthrough

Matthews, of Starke, were the two o'clock train. in acreage, prospects In Florida at (I I cooperation Every: grower

members of the board present. At the printing office the bolt madea I present are for a good cotton crop, as I!. whether he be one of larger operation
Representing the Seaboard were: halo around the Telegraph's linotype condition on June 25th this year is .01' small known that yhen li., offers

W. L. Stanley, vice-president; L. B. machine, putting both motor and ,,711) per cent of normal, and increaseof his. produce to the distributor or
Burns, division superintendent; W. D. light out of commission for a few \ u 14 per cent over condition at the I other buyers he (shutting his head

Simpson, division engineer; J. L. Winter seconds, and departed by way of an 43i' name time last year in the state, and against. a stone wall of powerful and

master carpenter; S. C. Cannon, open door. The operator, Mr. Cox, was I IK considerably I higher, than the crop many times' dishonest. That he alone.

trainmaster; C. E. Muller, division presiding at the keyboard at the time, I throughout the United States, which can got no redress or .satisfaction

freight agent, and T. J. Griffin, local I I but absent immediately after. on June 23th: was 71.1 per cent. Thisl] when he calls for his. just deserts.

agent. together with a lighter than usual ap- The only true and safe way ii. to !get
Cols. A. S. Crews and D. E. Knight congested condition of the shipping I'ullrllnce of bull weevils, and tho increased together and show that we have confidence -

represented the town in examination platform before the platform was ex ap J control measure which farm-I I in each other and buy supplies,
of the witnesses Mr. Crews out- tended. Unable to get the proper authorities ors are using this year, points to ill I standardize each and every crop

lined what the town and county had to enlarge the platform, citizens profitable cotton crop for the state.A that is grown us a money crop, then

done in the way of progress for the of the town contributed the necessary very great deal depends on tho harvest. and. stanoSarilUe the produce.,

past several years and stated the facilities I funds and had the platformbuilt. JOHN e es aar W.VIRG.rA DAVLS C1IP.RI.ES HI I SB AIM.V/*. DIN weather conditions between June 125th Tut up II ,pack all l will be proud of and

otTeded the public by the Sea- The express company Decently nuruCn07tii--- and picking season.. From past experience sell together. There is an organization
board had not kept pace with the had this platform roofed over.J the Htate'.s June 25th condition hero Incorporated under the biws of
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growth of the community. M. Brownlee stated in his testimony of 71)) per vent indicated a yield the State of Florida for that very

The council, in addition to other Improvements that while the space on the loading COUNTY JUDGE'S COUNT DEATH OF INFANT GNANN per acre of about U.:;> pounds, and a purpose known ns<' "ti tucks Grower
sought for, had asked platform might be ample for the I I total production of 22,000 bates of fiOO I Association" a meeting of which U
for an umbrella shed alongside the present, the problem of getting to the Trial of T. M. Goals, of LaCrosse,1 Leroy E.: Gnann, Jr., two monthsold pounds But the final outturn of tho culled for :Saturday; July luth\ 1\12\ I.

tracks for the protection of passen- platform to unload produce at the passing worthless checks, been set son of Mr. and Mrs. L. 1-:. Gnann, crop may bo larger, or smaller as dovelopmenU at 2:30: p. m. at Court House, to enlist -

gers from rain. Several months ago, height of the shipping season, was a for Saturday, July 19th. of Gainesville, died Saturday morningat during tin remainder of I new memlivrs, elect officers and

Mr. Stanley, who was in Starke conferring hard one, on account of both sides of Edd Thomas, manager of Hope 2 n. m., while they, in company with the Benson prove more" or less favorable get ready for the coining si-anonn'
with the street committee I I the platform being taken by the mainline Hall, will be tried Wednesday, July Mr. and Mrs. Dillabery, brother-in- to the- crop than usual. This indicated : business. This association. does not

agreed' to make the changes and alter- I and sidings for loading express 30th, on five counts: Having possession law and sister of Mrs. Gnann, and production of 22,000 bales, buck the town but are trying to tanks

ations asked for, with the exception 1 care.with the refrigerator boxes. The of liquor, discharging firearms, their child! were on their way to Mid- however I is nearly twice tho l1roluc.tlon life worth living in Stnrke and Bradford .

of the shed. A compromise was final- space open at the north end will only being drunk and disorderly, driving dleburg to visit their parents. of 12,000 bales lust year on n County Llfo Worth While;"

ly reached, whereby the committee : accommodate a few trucks or wagons. auto while intoxicated, and using pro- The highway being cloned to traffic much larger ncreiige. largesign stretched aC'ros"Ilin! ,

agreed to withdraw its demand for and during the strawberry season tho I| fane language. the !party followed old road to Stnrke Taken UK u whole, everything points !street saying "In Sturko and Krad-

an umbrella abed, if the railroad would bulk of day's receipts come to the platform I D. J. Kelly operating truck without from Hampton. A short distance from to: n good I yield for thin. year In Flor- ford County Life is Worth While,"

make the other improvements withina between 12 and 2 o'clock, forcing license. Date not set. Hampton the car was stalled in a du and a higher production this n last then let UN all try to make it so.

specified time.. The time passed, ', the growers to carry their boxesto .i State vs Jack Revels, criminal trespass mudhole and" wan naP, extricated untilshortly ;year on n reduced acreage/ with n All have played u losing game
with the Seaboard making/ no apparent the platform. nolle prosequied on motion of before: 2 o'clock Saturday slight Increase in production for the long enough 'this county badly need
effort to carry out its agreement '| G. M. Inman spoke of the bad, Impression state. Warrant was taken out by P. morning. During this time the young United States of 12,111,000 hales, u good County: Agent; the vacant and,

until the matter was finally the present depot left on the 11. Neal, of Then-turn, when Revels child of Mr. and Mrs. Dillaberry became omparvd with lust year's output of deserted farms shown that fact. !He
placed in the hands o.f the railroad j newcomers being brought here by his started removing of dirt for making violently ill, and it IH said Mrs. 10,128,178 bales. would visit all suctions and show and,

commission, and the demand for a efforts. lIe stated many times his a fill on lateral road. Bund trustees Gnann who was in poor health., fainted udvlso as to the up-to-diite methods ,
shed was incorporated in the !petition I||'prospects had to alight in rain and reached a compromise with Mr. Neal from the shock, IOL' KNIGHT'S: FARM ox-

with other improvements sought. .. water to get tu the waiting rooms; and case. dropped AH. soon as possible the party cameto Just south of Alligator trestle. and. I
C F. Hoover, cnairman of the coun-I j that he very seldom found the wait- Trial of John lodge of Hampton Stnrke and wont bo the residence east of the railroad model farm Is get for their produce the more he

cil, was called to the stand. Mr. Hoover i ing room heated for use of passengers passing worthless check, set for Sat-I I of Dr. Middleton\ i where the Dillaberiy under making by ilK u Col. D. will spend with the homo merohnntM.

said that the council was not asking | departing or alighting; from the early urday, July 26th. I I child wan given medical aid. I?. Knight, <.r Ht lrko. owner The place, was ( ''lilt' nut and help

the railroad to make alterations. j i, morning train during the winter. : State vs R. A. Stripling/ passing Mrs. Dillaberry then asked the physician won from the 'pine wands in I 1HHI by LEWIS: 4'. rKKSCOTT: ,

and improvements necessary for the j Thelack of heat in the waiting worthless check. Trial set for Saturday to attend her sister! who remained he late John Hall, who improved it Vlre-I'itmldent.

town ten years hence, hut were only : rooms was brought to the attention of July 19th. in the car, saying she had faintedon I IK far as ho was able After his death T:asvthtl)3: ) -CWBSSJ.JIIU'I'----: -'-- :

seeking to have the facilities the railway i, the railroad-commission by the council State vs E. L. Simmons, passing the road and had not fully recovered. it passed, to Mevorul siicfpsslvn owners. -- ,

should have had at the depot ten' some two years ago, and at that time worthless check. Trial set for who cultivated it in pots in u shiftless W. Mitch Edwards has nptmtil upn

years ago, Mr. Stanley questioned Mr. : the Seaboard was ordered to keep the July 19th. Saturday | Upon reaching the car, Dr. Middle- manner The topography, is unusual first class market in the brick building -

Hoover regarding/ the north and south' necessary fires going. This was done E. M. Ilazen vs W. L. Youngblood, [ ton tried to rousu Mrs. Gnann, who for these parts and IH very IIn.dulatln. next door to the Electric Shoo

highway through! / Starke, and if he | for a time, witnesses stated. replevin ; damages $100. .1 was sitting on the bath seat with her ..,. It was ofknowledeired! Shop." Mr. Edwards: has everything
knew what effect a hard surfaced i When the examination of witnesses Nina V. Schilke vs S. A. L. Railwayand I infant son across. her lap. He then the valleys! should have the richest I I spick and span in his place, and U
railroad fur the council completed Mr. | ) C. It. Watkins and wife, attach-1 noticed the unnatural attitude of the
road running parallel with a was I veil, having received the washings. nrt'rhur,' of the meat trade of thin
had on railway travel. Mr. Hoover re-j Stanley took the floor. He had with ment. baby and made an examination. Ills (rim, the higher lands'' but thoughmacron. territin y.Tllli.
plied to the question by showing how him a blueprint, showing the proposed I Will of J. II. Rosier was probated, announcement that the l'hlJ.wa"\ di'inl -, -
I i ditches worn iliiir, they fnll- ,
Improved roads brought new settlers improvements the road was willing! to July 1st, James Rosier and E. W. wax thu first inkling any of the party nil to drain these (places, rather bring-i LATEST: O"i ISIS:
the railroads make consisting mainly of enlarging Rosier named executors. hud I that while they ministering
to a community, and how I wen ng water to them that IIWII'r"m I[ Tourist "t want to look over the
were benefited from the increased the waiting rooms to accomodate ti> one child, the other had passed ; "
'th..tn. although the lowest points are faun have advertised for sale.
that toilets. He stated that building the filS H1-;IUj.lrI"EOI'EX8SIW..lS1' The child 1 well you
settlement. Any improvement away. wn apparently
many feet above the ndjncorir, creek I Farmer- "Taint for .sale, by hock!
tends to increase the population of a umbrella shed alongside thu tracks/! and healthy, i hut died suddenly duringthe
After reading I Innmn's description) of
The kindergarten class, in charge of When ( 01. Knight bought the place',
j benefit to the railroads | would be impral county traversing. is a it. Mr. Stanley admitted narrow space between the trains and Miss Aileen Alvarez, will begin Its Funeral Director Junes preparedthe ens. than a year ago, the valleys were. i, lilY place" I decided I wanted it nay.xelf.C -

being questioned by Chairman platform.Mr. I term Monday, September 1st. The body for burial and the casket grown up in bulrushes and maiden |I /

upon Burr that it was through freight I Burns, the division superintendent class will be limited in number, andparents taken to Miildleburg where Interment one and the uplands in hroomxag CO. G. LEFT-: -IDR-TAMI'--MUND.C .\\

rather than passenger was called to the stand and ques- are asked to enroll their was made in the family cemetery and briers. Men were put to preparing
shipments the roads made their largest I tioned by Mr. Stanley. It was brought children by August 15th. the land for the plow and Mr. Luger- 'u. G I I 124th: Infantry, left for Camp

earnings.traffic! out that Starke has eight dally trains, DEATH OP MKS. .\1.1.11LEWIS: groin was engaged to lay out a drain- Johnston Hunday morning/ arriving at

E. M. Thomas, produce buyer, testified -| in addition to the Wannea Branch passenger traffic, Mr. Griffin said, Is Mrs. Allie Lewis, wife of Elam Rite system that would dry the lowest thuir destination. Sunday afternoon.
few yearly' mixed train and that for the twelve shown by the decrease in tlcllut sales. places. (heavy nudes and u merciless Three passenger couchus and one express -
that during the past Lewis, died June 2.'ird: ll'lil! I, after an
freight shipments I months ending April U192I, only 12- Col. Knight questioned whether this breaking plow were brought, and car were placed her Friday for
incoming j
the illness/ of two Skilled
physicians
Starke had increased, while the : !H71 passengers purchased passage decrease in ticket sales was caused by years mother earth had her bosom. not merely .- I Iriinspiii ting the troops and amp nup-
to did relieve her
everything possible to
( auto travel rather tickled, but scored to the depth of t" the state grounds. This
reusing from
freight shipments from f'from' Starke, an average/ of 4 to the or but piles year
unsuccessful and after
Starke perishable had decreased considerably t train.. The trains on this division the present financial condition of the were illness she, along eight Inches, and after u thorough the troops go under canvas, and, some
the
almost f from three to fourteen cars. and community in general. weary passed to disking the lund was planted to different (idea of the amount of supplies needed
entirely -
due to the buyers shipping range better world at the age of twenty-six. I
by express. The express shipments -) in Mr. Durns opinion, it was not feai- Further testimony from the railway Mrs. Lewis was the daughter of Mr. crops These. crops lire prohahly for an iirmy might ho gathered ..
from Starke have increased al'l| able to build umbrella sheds of sufficient officials! was to the. effect that they and Mrs J. E. Norman, of tho Rising" the finest In the county made so by from t the supplies., C.; .. U carried, ] to
such goo,k sol), Intelligent planning, proper, ,, ramp
accommodate considered the with the
mo/ t 200 percent, due to the bulk of' length to present depot, Section, and after her marriage tu Mr.
cultivation mid sufficient -
rertiilu.tuIII.1Th.
the strawberry going to market'in i trains.. enlargement of waiting room, installation Lewis her Jacksonville | .
crop made home in Hurfui'taffords A l.o\ n i v I." Hi. very photograph"
boxes via express Mr. Burns further testified that of toilets, water, etc., as sufficient undulating) / goodround
refrigerator Panama Park She born March ,
pony Itt wall for from t ol 111 t i'h! hit' the girl! m nearly
surfaced roads in other sections to meet the needs of the every crop celery ><
"' I hard town. 12th 1 bus, anti at the one of fourteen Sumatra tobacco.In ".It 1.till i.l I". ( hi. ,phonuirniph, of her
:Mr Thomas nl-o brought out the of the state affected local passenger I Chairman Burr, after examining the joined the Corinth Baptist church of the Col: Knight set out 'III .11.1/" I
i travel 85; to 100_ .percent. Chairman! blue print of proposed additions to which she was n faithful member. spring -----
hundreds of fruit trees, sutsunmand -<.
Mr. Burns as to theSeaboard -
: Burr questioned the depot made a rough sketch of the March .
I 3rd, lulH she way happily married .
200 hunch
I of the rail- pears, peaches, and
l Nation Mourns j building new station grounds, for consideration by to Elam Lewis. I
I' road from West Palm Beach across rape vines. All are doing exceedingly j' ale
railway officials, suggesting a plan The Interment was at Dyal ft-me- I
"'1ft the state. This. part of Florida has a whereby the additions could be made tery, under the drection uf U. C, well.
.i{ I surfaced roads.com- About one-fifth of the 60 a..r'scomprising ;
..'" network of hard which would be ample for :
Jones T. J. Burnes
Hay
"" ., many yearsto undertaker the farm I woodland
: i pleted and in course of construction. come, both for freight and *
V<' ." \ ., express conducting/ the funeral services. Much of this i I. a tangled jungle, lm
fIi /
1 Burr sought to bring
Chairman
-J .. and and
the
<. 40 shipments handling of pas I'I Mrs. Lewis leaves to mourn her untimely be found there the
hard surfaced roads cut water can yearround
I why if
out senger traffic. Thin plan would call I death her husband Elam:
and It will be a splendid, -
traffic to that extent. pa
i into pa-senger for the waiting roomy and ticket office e.
| Lewis; father and mother, Mr. and
if tore for the graded that will l I">
I the Seaboard made such a hard tight to be located at the south end of 1.1. E. Norman of Starke; four brother cows
. turned In later. At there area
road] through. present
. I" put the proposed the present depot, the building of a Rddie: and Earney Norman, of
hundred goats to eat the VIKM|
out during the up
It also brought
was small platform south of Ninth
express Waverly; Joe Norman, of Jackson
anti bushes that taketheir
that during so grass can
of witnesses
qmstioiung street, and the building umbrella
ville; and Robert Norman of Starke;
the past two years the railroads handled sheds alongside the tracks from Ninthstreet five sisters, Mrs. Laura Jackson, of (place. The !goats cost nothing to
and furnish fertilizer for th'
keep
number of tourists
the largest to the waiting'
rooms.
\ Jacksonville; Mrs. Ethel Moore of St. I
"n record, in spite of the many whotrine1 This.. would permit 'both north and James City, Mrs. Elvlee :Morgan of and.
i While the is well
place already
to this state by auto. southbound trains to discharge their '
Mrs. Maude Procter of
/ Gainesville; ''
T.J Griffin spoke of the preBt'ntn"thod worth seeing, there has not yet been
under shelter facilitate 1 1a.
passengers .Starke; and Miss Rosa Mae Norman,
time to make but few of the
the a manv
of handling pony refrigerator ,
the loading and unloading of express, of Starke. All of the above named re
boxes on the loading platform, improvements contemplate by the
enlarge the freight and I
latives attended the funeral
express
if followed by the except energetic owner. Next year it will, y'Ge
ard .utlined a plan, rooms, and allow for enlargement of Mrs. Moore, of St. James City.
biters. would give ample space on the the strawberry loading platform. I how up still better, and In 1924 it i i

present platform. This method was Although the council is especiallyanxious Mrs W. II Green and son, Floyd, will be a model farm, or we miss our
I f stacking the boxes in rows, three and to have all the sought for Im- were visitors to Jacksonville Wedne.- uess. Men of Col. Knight's stamp. :

I four high taking the boxes down as provements made Chairman Hoover day. Mrs. Green's daughter, !Mrs. R. possessing means and ability to sh"v :

they were needed. He also gave as his stated to the commissioners that the S. Johns, of Lake Butler i I" In St. Vin what our soil anti climate can do i i. s
c.s.c opinion that the space for the unloading awn left the matter entirely in the cent's hospital following an operation what Bradford county needs. Suci...<. Ito i !

t of teams and trucks to the platform hands of the state board, to have such land her many friends in Starke and him. I, I

Last picture taken of Calvin would be sufficient, if the ship- improvements and additions made as, I Lake Butler will be pleased to know' mayor's court Monday for speeding.i II I + it i

Coolidge Jr., youngest son of the i pers would unload their perishables in their judgement, should be done. that she is Improving rapidly In addition to this Mayor Peek I!
President, who died last week. as soon as they reached town instead gaveilm
The session
adjourned at 1 o'clock
This picture was taken at the DRAWS FINK FOIL SPEEDING a suspended] fine of $23 and a jail
II of waiting until the rush began. Chairman MRS JOHN W DAVIS
Burr stating that the
ball her com should he be before
Washington park as sentence brought!
watched his favorites play. __ ,. building That. the i* already hard surfaced affecting road the local now missjoneri! would take the matter under LeyyAlvsrez:more: ;familiarly known I him again charged with the same of-] Wife of Democratic Predd.stialNominee
adrisement. '
ai "Bootsey" drew a $TljO fine In' 'ense. .
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rtta FRIDAY. JULY IS. 1921
BRADFORD COITXTT TELEI RAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA

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'the and. the X4' of th* o'E'4< of the
,t I IA B&aDc.: June :. 114 ____.____ *Mf NOTICE' OP APPLICATION FOR T 4X DEED ST-j .
happy creature as spry as a : SEU of Sectioa tt. Tewaahip Soul S. Raac
I 1 sweet : new .... ) I UNDER SECTION479 OP THE
1 am month
Rtcnpu darn ?
THE LAKE I 10$ acre more or lea
A TRIP 10 I IV 1.u' containing
I Now take ma and teats me, for I m I|I cat i iI I "Warrant lewd. -. 12-JJ I GENERAL STATUTESNooce :. The SVt it the httft< of Section 23Township
{ C. M. C. i'I Jumped up at her bidding; and grabbed Ba: uxe Jaly 1. .*24 2S0.4 I a) hereby irrva Oat T. J. Alderman. .. _tit. Rang. 20 Saab containiir .
"HiM Conklin com on. IA t's have {I mad to cat. j Jw 1.r.4. purchaser of pan of Tai Certitcate No. KM. 40 acrea more or ... Also The NV.H
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,r /!I We left the porch: with lips painted. I i for her hat j STATE OF rtOBIDA. I ICOLSTY | dated the *,th day of J..:,. A. D. 1919. baa of the 8*tic ef Section 28. Townaliin .. Soota

a good time, t; i And off like an arrow this creature OP BRADFORD. fixed: said certificate u> my office and baa of/ 110... i* Eat containing 4* aeraa mar*
Said MMB lph Harbour. three ot s) on i j! sweet I 4> I fceraay .MruJy that. tbe f.......... ftaw 1 1aaaat mad application: for tax deed to iaa ia eeerdaaee *- or !lea : Also 3", of the NEW W! the BE*
I With rouge from Dame Nature, moot, ,> did stan .f ta* rvairipta sad. .diaaafiaiaaata al ( with law Said certificate embrace* Section *3. Townahip 6. South of Hang 20
.. j' While thanking Aunt Uary. God bl..I'I IK. achool teals of Bradford County. for tbsmonth I I.be folJowtne; deacnbed property aitoawd ia Est containing 40 acrea mere or lea*.
water. Kingaley, X poleoni: pleasant to eat. I.< ',( loot 1'rZI. r ira* and eorrrct : Bradford Coaatr. Florida, town: fAg 1. 2, 1. Tne NS of the SVH- of Sertkm 23.
'': t a wildsraess trail did we I| her dear heart. II i .. ta. beat .f mr ..........:. and belief I I' at 4. aec. it. Tp 9, S R. 22 E.. _talaI Township .. Sooth Rang 10 East containing
we'll head, I'i! Andes The. net of my story is short We are R. B WIGGINS.Covaty 1 :na1 1 I"* acre, mar or ... M aeraa more or lea
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And you take tbe Salad and I'll take : I I her I 8a*.rlatBdat.SOIKE I The said .land. bring; --.. at th* date R. A. Green.
And beaded Napoleon again for the of the nauaace, of sash certificate in the name Special Maater.

the bread L D t' Ueiroae Mfc CaCale. EX. JOHNS.f .
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I'' BE reed by daylight. go off with she l-.XDEK:, SECTION l 171 OP THE I sad certificate aha) b* redeemed Complainant
for
:I I At last, in the distance, a light could I I year. GENERAL, STATUTES according' to law. tax deed will .bu... thereon f Solicitor
t.rk. the files btu the 2ita day of Jtuy. A. D. 141*. r-t-tt-4-1
I and We had some adventures, Reedy not,.* j ri.*a that !t. i. Humph.rvy on |
ADd maybe well Tiart at Lawtey we ifs. porchaarr of tax aal errufleata aber.od :i Wit&eaa' my of II.... tiaraatnr and scat I this I

I ticarb." J i IA i narrow brgbt light partly hid by too. ra pnitly* ),. 4'. 91. 103. 1... 144.* the iJrd day of Jun. \. D. 124 IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
\ the But what was the difference! to me OTto ..1. is... 2?1. 210. >w. 214 and iS5 award G. W. ALDERMAN. BRADFORD COfNTT. FLORIDA.
I'm in Deed 01' tree. I I Clerk. Circuit Court. IN PROBATE.
ISeiJ I
"But no, I can't go. | '0'0'I I by the Tex. Collec-or of B"tCO&ll.. I
'i "There it is cried Lorraine ta her ) j Florida./ SaM ertiOaat. beini dated Joiy" "I' By C. A. KNIGHT.D.paty IN: lie : Eatate of

pay.There's do and work for usual vim, i "Th trip," let me say, "from beginning ![ '** i*** cod bare fllH ankh **rti,caUa lamr Clerk.' .I JOE fcLKsCHERL. oeceued.
a waabmz to I oITi** and ha.. i I X147.917.23INOTICE FINAL NOTICB.
ai4a
I i I to end, ar plica t 04 fvr I&.C 1
all a_'." "There it is and I'm ready to take a i deal toro ..* ia aoonlanta with -a.. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That lb.Iuadrrxtrned *
t to good swim.. I Like the salad we ate was one perfect Said eertiim raaneetj- ely eaibrau in* | OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I will on the 4th day of September
t Jjow; don't you begin .ZCUSea I I I ble>>24. preant ta the Honorable County
make; I As tee waves lapped the shore, they aaieaard. al the I I COXCLIX. :
to then would almost repeat, By CORA ; <* IB th* nvn.a napeetli.ly bmelaafar I i* hereby riven that l. R. Bow. .. return, account and voucher a* Adminiatratnx -
111 upset every one for a trip I pa nun la Hy let J.rta. u-wit purrheaey of Tax Certificate No. 141. datedi I. 0'1M state of Jo Durchrl deceased -
'(. lake." "Tale bath. Take a bath.! I will give I SUBSCRIBE TO Ortinrat !<:G. M .mbr na NWi< ,, i I the Ird day fl..1 A. O 1>22. ha* Sled and at laid time then and there _.

to do but ay you a treat." 1 IP. .. a. 20 E, 144 acna, Mataaad. leis. !sad certificate. my office sad mad appli-; application to the said judge for a final eettlement -
6.I Tfcer was nothing THE TELEGRAPH j I .1110,_ ,eauoa for tax deed to nan In accordancewith of her admmiatrarion of said catat.
1 "yes and "111 go." After luncheon, the William's shared I renihcate N'o I" .labraca 8x1 of Wt of ; law Saul certificate embracea the foliowine a* such adminiatratrtx. and for an order &*-

Barbour just wouldn't in toe spurt NOTICE OP APPLICATION! FOR TAX DIED -VE. of !<:El.. See 2. fp I I. 8 R. 21 E! 15 deacribed. property, situated. in Brad- charging br aa such admioiatratrix.I .
ll For Mr. Ralph I UNDER: "FCTIOV 171 '), THE a.."'.. ao.aaad W. E. Cn-Tta. ford I County, Florida to-wit Lot 61 in tood-. I than 3rd day of Jaly. A. D. 124.
bear "No." And everyone thought that the day r GENERAL 8TATITE3. j Certilcat !<:o. SI embrace. All SE'i .f l la-en aee 19. Tp. 5. .. R. 22 E. 10....... I i iI ORTELLA CISKOWSKI.
r fall short. > >Wl, of *W: I The sad ;a.d being aiaeaaed date I I Admmiauatrix of the state
1' off with the bird, full of vim, was too ,, Hereby> notfe b given that D. W. Moor ;-:1. 8 of R..r. Ow. M. at to
J So Twould make too hungry to tell. porehaeer of tax .sin certiOratae nombrredreapecttvely ( 8. R. 21 E.. !4 ;.*), riaeaaed: t B.: of the ........... of such certificate la the name j'j I of Jo Dunehert dcecaacd.A .
of laughter, I you 217 and J44. leaned by th Tax I''Randley. t tc.f )(rw. D. O Taber t.'n_ aald cartiScate' Z. ADKINS
.We started in quest of the best time you in rhymeOf I Collector, of Bradford Coaaty Florida* laid I' Ceninaat Vo 51 m>"_ All .V, of !IE''.. I i shall be redeemed according; to law tat deed Vtornvy 7-4-1:0-5
t .g I all devoured when it came erttfieatea bring dated July 3rd. Hr22faaa a s', of 8W," S. of Ox.,. !Kti. .0. If S. will |M-A. thereon. on th* 4th day of August
we sapper '
S R. 21 E.. ...... D. '
fid: said certificate la my .ff!. and .has I 44 aa. aai| 1. B. Handler. IA.I 1!>24 NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
spokes the tree and time. Certificate No. 101 embrecea < I I Witaea official alenatore and sal thin
NEt % my
We of the flowers, made application for tax deed I la mn la ofoW (, I:DER SECTION ITS OP THE
There was salad and pickles and _....._. with la*. I I f NEt Soc. 14, 1'p. ". T F" 21 E. 10 .na Ike 4th day of July, A. D. 124 |
the sunshine Said certificate rapertiTeJy embrace On'I aaaeaaed Barnard A. Oik*. I I G. W. ALDERMAN.: j GENERAL STATUES.

And even repeated the Billy Croat plenty of meat following land ID Bradford Count*. Florida* I Ortiflfate >o. |o| ... r_ 814 of IW. (Seal) Clerk. Circuit Court '' Hereby notice' la given that T. J. Alderman.

call. And rice and potatoes< and< berries to aaauMdJ at date of th* taeuan e of moth sin of SW'f sr-J'2- ". C'. *. *. 24.ers. Bradford County. Florida. 'I Ii I i purchaser of tax sat certificatea numberedro5auvriy
tineateaia the name nepeetmly hereinafter atauatd .. I By C. A. KNIGHT !I 54(4.. 68. 14*. 147. 214. 224.
We bounced and we twisted in enake- eat particularly oat forth, towit.Certificate Certiflcate No. IN embraao WU of EH of Deputy Clerk. J.<, 24. 248 and 274 leaned by the Tai Col.
and wieners and NE'' a E",, of NV, !,. of ICEU< See. T-4.4t-S-l lector of
contortions And onions ; spagbeti No 237 mbraer ... A. on N. Bradford County. Florida. Said certificatea
liie 11. Tp. .. 8 ft. M E.. 50 ac_. .........
beans end of W'i of NT1, of NE', Eo Railway I Un bang dated July S. 1922. and. bar*
The sand, it deceived us; sometime -. 8. R. 22 E.. t acre, aaaewed I I''known.C.niSeat.. I I 1 IN CIRCUIT COURT filed said certificate. In my office and bav
it was deep, And cheese and bananas and coffee e.rrlet Ti0: | So. 1M embrace* NE\i of KWV( FORD COUNTY BR"D-I maile application for tax deed to cow In
and Certificate So 214 embrace. Iota I. .. *. .. I See. 221". *-J8. S ** E.. *" acre- ss..wd BRADFORD COUNTY BANK accordance with law.
Our words, we pronounced in queer cream sad t of .btk.. 14 a low ID. 11. 12 of blk. 16 Mrs. E Voderhfl.C.vt4a4 / I i A CORPORATION J feaid certificate embrace the
accented portions, And cakes, cuke and jellies and sugar la Hampton KM 1'. Tj>. 1. 8 R. 22 E. uMwMd So 144 embrace Com 100 ft W.I I PLAINTIFF. I following: land In B"d7dI&: Florida.aaaeaaed .
A. A. Me Don aid. "f XE cnr of W', of NWk, of SEl' of TEl, NOTICE I' at the date of th Issuance of such
K W* grabbed at eacbother, our assistance galore Unless said <....lIc.l_ ihall ban. rtHmnrd 'a ran & 24* ft.. W. 100 ft. N. ?4J ft. E. I VI!: ear the name reapeetively hereinafter .
demanded, But 'twould make you too dizzy to aoonttn to law. tax d4 I will ...... thtnonoa 1"19 ft. to beg.. !Vc SB. Tp a. S. p 22 R.aeaaed se- I I E.DEFENDANT.W William I ITO -u:: : act forth to-wit t
tb lath day of A. D. I'witaxa R chard Reynold I '.Certificate No. 94 embracea
and we heaved, tell any more. August 1M4. THE ABOVE N\.MED! DFFEVD: 'VTA < S4 of SWV.
all jumped CertiOcata-* Xo.
And out we olTelal" X01 ambracca Iota S. 7. and I Sec.
my ornatar aad weal I hla D 11. Tp 8. S. R. 21 E.. 80 acre, ac-
> ALL
And old Mr.' Starke thought it surely the I I of blk. C. Riamr add to Stark In !NWt4' of OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED: ..
pushed, and panted. Uth da' of JDI,. A D. 1524. 1 You and A. B. .Altar *.
ash of
G. W. | .NW',. S of tb SU Se. 28. T'p. 4. S. R. 22 I 1 you an hereby notified I Certificate. No.
ALDERMAN.
II* boiled and he fumed and b* said was good 8aJ! Clark I M I E.j aaa.**d Dr. T D. Hlcka thai the. aboT styled suit was Instituted la I I: and 58 embrace. Sue of SWI.,
) Circuit Court C. of lot 19 of blk 4 *. Sub div A. B.
the above
styled the
French To have such a feast out there in the Bradford Flon .. Certiflrata* No. 210 .embrace SEl4 of VEt,. : coon on lath day of I i D. F
in his Coantr. A. D. C. E. of lot 1 of bill 19 *. sub div A,
( Auguat 123. and
Sec 3. Tp 7. S B. 22 L.. 40 ..... .... r>n thin day a writ
(If French you might call the queer wood. 87 C. A. KNIGHT, :J C. Gainer. ..... of attachment baa been duly .issued therein B. C. D. E F. of lot 3ofblb10aSubdy. ,
Deputy Clerk71SCUS1S I A. B. of lot 2 4 sub div
t and .levied by the ahenff of Bradford county A. B. of lot 4 of
L, language he spoke), Next morning, we loaded ourselvesin CerHflcate No. 234 emhracea 2 A In SW Florida the 20th JOB i blk 19 in Samraon City, See 4 Tp 1 S. R
j of | on day of A. D 1924, j
1 of SWI >,
cor ES of SE ) '
4. Sees Tp S.
: He told! ua most clearly, we took it our barque, or THii-cOSDITIQ'I I In. 'a. 22 E.. 2 ,,_. aiaetied Georvia" Johnaon .[upon the followingdeacnned' real: mot I la 21 E.. aaaaeed R. L. Farrell.Cortina
REPORT OP Bradford county Florida TO-Wlfi: I i +a No. 50 embrace stab dlv A. B.
for granted, At noon we took dinner with Williams' Hampton Staw Bank, at Hampton In ,IIW'CertiAcat No. 244 embrace All NE', of i 'Waal half of Northeaat quarter" of Northeaat C. D F Fof; lot 1 of bib. S in Sampaon City /

\ i That be hated the man who sat on at Starke. the' itata ofli. at i1-. .IOM of burin< i ;SS i iJaaa sera, N. of aaaeaaed Ry See J. Ramp 19, Tp Jonea-t.! R.:2 E. quarter of Nonhweat .quarter and the ..... 4. Tp 7, S R. 21 c.. ........s R. L. Far-

: the bench. And oh! such a table.-Twas loaded Vnb. 1924RESOCRCES C.rtllea4 I No 251 embrace 'ot 4 of bill Est half of the Southeaat quarter of Soath.weet railCertificate
No
quarter. in Section 29 Townabip' 7, 129 embrace NE% of SWUx
Mint) Conklin paid, Surely there for fair Inane on R..I t..o.... ._._._.._.._.12.934 44 i S 30 R.In 22 Hampton E. aaaoied El EM W G ft.Seal.. Sec. 10. Tp 7. 1 South Rang 22 E. a In: NE cor See 2J Tp S R. 22
With fruits of the both Loana on Collateral' Swority other I I lnleaa Also Lou Seven and Eight, la Subdliialoo. E., M ems aaaraaed J. S. MathiaCertitlcate
must be a treasure\ season common than rUal E taW. ..._____.- '.199,4 laid certificate shall he rtdremedaccordin I of Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter, No 147 embrace VWll of SEw
Somewhere at the end of this trail and rare. All other Loan and DiMounu ____.14.91706 to law, tax deed will sane, thereonon Section 20 Townahip 7. !South rang 22 E of SE,4 NEV4' of SWW of SE'. See. 14.iTp .

a There rich chicken pilau 0.....'.'.. n..nnn____.__.._ 1M74Unitod I \ the llth day of Auffuar, A. D. 124.fcltneaa Alao Lot Eight of Block Eight InLlncoln I e. S R. 22 E.. 20 ..... ........ Fred.
I've no doubt, was potatoes State* Bonria ._._.h.____.._ 7.SOOOO my official aivnature and sal I thi City, in Southhalf of Southeaat quarter' I I Friedenberc.
Well find it at last in shaken down and jell Bankin "co..... Furniture and Ilxt I 1b.,. 9th day of July A. D. 124G I west of Railroad. In Section, 32. Township 4. I Certificate Vo 219 embracea NLg of SW14

And onions and cukes we all relishedso .._ --_______--_.._____.____ 4.623 IS ,(Seal W ALDERMAN!: South Rang 22 E. | of sw... *x 4aInNEaran1.!: for
measure Other Iteal Eatato .... ..._-...___.__ 2Zl I i Clerk Circuit Court. You and each of you are hereby required! church, sea 93. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E. 14 a. amaca-
If this is the way to figure it out. well. Due from Ineorporat __... '.024 CO Bradford County Florida to appear In said caua* on Monday the Fire sad ft. o. Gnaan.

Highland right New squashes and beans and blackberry Lain. lt.ma ..__...__......__..... 1101Cah By C. A. KNIGHT day of September> A. D. 1924. and therein I Certificate No. 224 embracea SEU of SE1 4
While going through On Hand __.._...___.....__. Z.J174I :7-11-5H-8 Deputy Clerk I!i fail not or judgment will b* entered. against Sec. 94. Tp 4. S R. 22 E.. 40 acre, aaaeaaed .
on the main street pie you. +I Tom DaviaCertificate .
commenced to get cold Cake, berries and cream heaped ever Total _...__. .__ ___--._____ 3..24I1 I Witn_ th* Honorable A V. Long 'jndg* No 224 embrace 34 of NE'i
Napoleon very NOTICE OP SALE OP 8H4RFS OP !STOCKIN alao G. W. I
I L1ABILTIE8 aa Alderman Clerk and th* sal I 4 Ely of NEl4' of NW1.,. See. SI Tp 4.
feet. so high Capital Stock Paid la _.....__.__.nIS.IIO.1) QSarplua THE LAWTEV STATE BANK of this' Court AtD Starke Florida. the the Sat 5 R 22 E.. 100 acre. aaaeaaed T. J. Alder
But best of it all was the privilege to Fund .._______.._.n 1.300.WUndirlded ;A CorporationTO day of Jun 1924. I man. J. E. Futch. L. M. Langley.
embarrass Pront. meet Tux Paid ... .--.--..-..-..-- 1.14500 Notice la .hereby .i.en that following.Ioele'olde. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court I SE, of SWV W of Ry., ..... SO. Tp. 7. 8.
Hold breath said the driver. With dear Mrs. Williams, so pleasantand Individual: Dtpcalta 8ubi* t to .1 II .* owningand boldlnath. oumberofahana By C. A. KNIGHT R J2 E. 7 acre. aea aeed Walter V> bitnsn.
t your Ctwck I _._ :' of stock. aa listed blow In tha Lawtey Deputy ClerkMASTER'S Certificate
----- -.m------- No. 248 embrace N. 920 ft
+ "We'll get stuck so I fear. sweet. Tim C..III_.. of Dnalt __ ) 1 1Caahiera Slat i Bank, a corporation onranlxed and *xlatinr 1-J'7-IO..Zt of NELL, of 8WI4 -10 a. 4 E til ft of
she Swanboms at Edwards'he ChMka Outatandlna- 0018.000..1 under the law* of tb* State of Florida.
One girl shoved so bard that At Klckliter's, SEt, of SW.1. a. A SU of NW14 of
Notta and Bllla/ Rtdiacounted __. S.I04 to 00' ; SEL.ex W4aa of
Why SWof SEK
bursted her waist saiid, |' month' notie. to pay that certain aaaeaamont Hereby notice la given that under and by, 434 of NEi. of SE 4 ." S .. In NE eor,
all of her baste.i "How do do" and Good-bye" and Total 1 'c of Serenty.flve per cent of tb* par valu of vlrture of that certain final decree of forecloucr
b And off fell her belt In you -- ------------ij..df'J: N. of Ry. See. 19. TrS.. S. R. 22 E.. 7*
I fitat of Florida.: County of :; ; : : I'aid, stock on bia or her ahar or chars. of tb* mad by the. judge of the Eighth Judicial Clr- ', acre. aaaeaaed Brooklyn Land Co.
y And now I shall tell you something again off we sped I. A. A. F....... Caahicr of tlw aboranamd ,Capital' stock. of said Lawtey State Bank. a I:cult of Florida in Chancery" sitting In tb I Certificate I No 274 embracea 8W1, of KRU

quite shocking, At Lawtey, Miss Conklin deserted the Bank do 'ol.ninlir. ...... that tba abu* corporation a* provided by law and made alt'' Circuit Court for Bradford County Florida lea* 10 a, in NE ear, 4. EW; of NW14 4k NE,
minus a trail BtatenMma ia ..... to its boat rf m" 11..0.'..... cording to law. th Board of Director of tba I' on the. 27th, day of Jan. A. D. 1924. lafavor of SW.,. SEW of 5W'tt i. 1 lea* 10 .. in 86'cor
One girl in the transit came and balk" said Lawtey State Bank a corporation, will of Farmer A Dealer.* Bank a corporation See 2.. Tp. 8. .. R. 22 E.. 180 aeaarj I
stocking. And finished her Journey by steam A A. FITTH. Caahier 'ell a suit cleat amount of th* Capital .. aa "complainant, and ....i... J. J. Brooklyn Land Co.I ..
CORRECT-ATTEaTt of the following' toekholdera at Publt 8..1 Sterrick, rt ala. aa defendant I I Unlea. sad
certiflcatea shall be
and rail. redeemedaccording
f We stopped at Aunt Mary's to rest by A. A. DURDEN 'ion, on th* Uth day of August A. D. The underaigned aa Special Master will to law tax deed will "laaue thereonon

for a while, No sooner had Harbour's passed out S R JOHNS, at: th* Banking. Houa. of the Lawtey StateRank offer for sale, in front of th. Courthouse the Sib day of August A. D. 1924.Wttnw .
W G SEALS. a corporation, at Lawtey. Bradford door in Stark. Florida
during the "legal i .
and exchange our sight my official airnatur and sal ibID
To hear all the news Dlrvetora.SuhKrilw County. londa. at ten clock a. m. on !laid hour* of sale on Monday. th* 4th. day ofAtufuat 4th of
I th day July, A. D
mile for smile. Than dear :Mrs. Edwards' said Dearyou've *! and sworn to bpfor in* this 12th :day and date. upon th* failur of th. followIn A. D 124 to the h'...... and "beat O. W.IALDERMAN.
dar of July 1624. stockholder.. or stockholders to make good bidder for ash, the
following deacribed iSeall
all loose in her strawberry a rightTo prop I I ) Clerk Circuit Court,
She turned us _....
D. E. KNIGHT.Notary: the deficiency or ". made open his 'arty. situated in Bradford County Florida, i Bradford .
County
. bed Nature' restorer. Go in on my > .Public or her said stork according to law by tha' ISthday ;,said propertty d,*cribd In paragraph num. I 1 By C. A. KNIGHT Florida

tales of the bed of Auras A. D 1XJ4, at tea clock a. m.N ber one. two and three to b* sold ........111'.
heard the strange Deputy C1..1&I
And we /: .. .f Certjdcate O.n.r N' .. *f Share. Par
1 The SWi. of eke NCI* and NW<4 of ,.........1
ripe berries red. And take for an hour a rest, then she J. U FRAZEEATTORNEY' and d.... Valae
A-I Jan 8. 1824 Charlea S. Hill, Five .50000
since said
; Some said 1, "I've been growing AND COUNSELLORAT 18. Jan. 8. 1924 Charles S. Hill F1.. .500.00 -

I wa. a flower And sleep-Hweet restorer of Nature 5;*. Au.. 9, IV2 .-r.'E.S' Elgin Fir. .500.09 I NOTICE

and I've ripened for thin was mine LAWPOSTOFFICE S. MATTHEWS.J Notice, I 10 t hereby given that the following. dacrifced land will b* sold' at public! auctionon
I've swelled w. A ""REWS.II. the FIRST MONDAY In ACOUST. 1924. It being the 4th day of said month", befor. th.
very hour. For one blessed hour before the train BUILDING W. SMITH Cotirthouee Door at S..rke. In Bradford county State of Florida. or ao much thereof aa

I'm have found me; I know time. R. R. THEDE. will "be necteaary to pay th. amount. '. for axes. let oppoalt, the *nm., together" with the
glad you STARKE. FLA.SVPF.RITEUENTS H. C. WIMBERLY. coat of luch sale and adtertlalng. C. A. FUTCH, Tax Collector.
I II Board of Director. of the Lawtey State

Bank, a corporationillSt88 Tees

....m. ................'" "..,.. '....M "r., no u,............................... : REPORT Description ..". T. R. A. O..r a. fats
-
i I
County .uWrln4ndan ft,......,.. ....to..1n' NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Com 100 ft W of NE< tor 0' WayI
cniin. wchool funds for for DMiDtk. of UNDER SrtTION 17] OP THE SEu N a ran
Juno lel4.1 GENERAL, STATUTES I I 9 2 SWI'; w' 100 ft :J WL ft C 100ft

I C>l..ral 11.1 l Fand N tl... i* hereby ,riven' that W. E. Torode. I to hey .._._...._._______.____..2. 4 II Rleluml Reynolds ..._________ 1.11
i Ralaneo Jon 1. le2. ..__....______ 217IIRreript purchaser of Tax Certificate No. H2 dated the i Com 200 ft W. 0' IE< eon 0' W" of
during month .._L_____.....tSll.10Varranu :* day of July A. D. 1922. ha filed aid ,I NW', 0' !SEEf!: 0' NE< A run S
I \ ) taau.d during month _____... t certificate in my offic and ha mad appll- :16 it W 100 't N 24311 E 100ft

II H.!iin<.. July 1. 1 l'':4 _.___________-I7W.M cation tor tax deed to laau In accordance )I to beg ...__--_..___._______._ 8 It a...... Towns ______....__ 1ST
I H.inrt M' .. I I Inalane i lth law Said certificate, embrace. tb* following I''LoU ilk 1 original town ...______._____.. M. Morean _____ ___________ I.n
Jun 1. 1921 _.. _...____00____ lM.SI 1 deacribrd property .,......... In Bradford Lot 3 blk I original town ________ 1'01.. Elmira" Morgan h __________ 4,01
lito"cvlpta during month __....____.___ 10." County.. Florida, to-wit : Com at Hotel loOt 2 bill 1 original town u____________ Mr.. E..nl. C. Canova __ _._. 4245
Harranta laud _. ............... lot In l.awty run 8. on w. aM. of Slat Lot 1 bill 11 L. T. lJ Co' add< _____...__._ Prank Gel..r _.________u_____ 18.01
nalanm July 1. jo.- -.----.--- lIUI ... 109 ft to pt of ben thence W. at right. Lot 12 bIll lf. T. a Co' red .._._______ D. S. WhHl.r Fat _____.____..__ la.OS
iR.1 N; *. angl, <. to State 8t 100 ft. thence S. 4k. paral l Lot 11 bill 18 L. T. .. Co'. add---------__ 11... U. R. Alderman. __________ l.n
Typewriter IIII Dalanr Juno 1. 1924 00_____.________ 41.14 with State St. 4 ft. then*.. E. at tight Lou 1-2-8..11.12.1..1. bllt IS L. T.
!I",..,..ii">,.. durfnif. month _______.._.___ 473.90arranta (11.1. to State St. 100 ft. thence N along W. i a .... .... ". Prank .
I ..... .
\\ ........1 __..__.._..._....1121.21 aide of Stale St Ifs to the rt of beg In bual-. ',! Lot 1Ct; ;1"L.-T-Co'a -add ::::::::=::: J. A. Ito.-------------------Starling 5.81

KnUnc July 1 I. 1924 ._.....__._.-*... J3.J4 new 1 Iota In tawwjr. W of Ry. Sac. 23. Tp. Ent 4 bllo 1 L. T. a. Co' sub ellv _u________ John Parker _________ .____ a.u 8.49
Friction PolrlM 1'1. J I. 5. R. 22 E.The said land .being aaaeaaed at W', bill 8 L. T. A Co' sub dir ---.-______ RoN Cox ______..?__..__
I Overdraft. June 1. 19Z4 _....___._.__.1009.90 th. date of the laauanc. of such certificate, W Iota 1-2 a all lots 3 .4 bIle 17iY --- 1.11
Krrriiita, during month ____.._.._.__321'." in eke ''* of Unknown Unlace aid certlfl-' I I I Iota j4 A all lot. 4 bik 35

Uarranu. iMutftl __.._.__.__....11M.78 eat' ba''ii' b* redeemed according; to law la- I.. 4. a. Cos sub dlv, .._. __.......___.__. D. P. Pullb.ra _.________ _
!' Means IU'aner July 1. 1924 ..____.._...____ 19 44Dtitrirt rirrd will Wee thervon on th. Uth day of I I IAuguat. Lot 2 blk 31 1. T. A Co'. sub div ---._____..._ Fannie Lloyd -_-____________-_-_-. 2\.21 2.13
1'1. SII. A. O. IW4. ,: Lott 1 a. 2 O. Ey bill 12 L. T. a

.".. Jun 1. l"U n____..__...___ 1SS.91 Witneaa my official altrnature and sal I this Cols Sub dlv ...__._____.-_ ___________._._. 3,1111. Sanders. ____________
1 .._. .__ .___ a.21
H-c.itit |iurin month .- 11.11 t''". IIlh day 0' Jolil' A. D. 1974.G. Lots 1 5 2 or Ely of bik 53 L. S

I Office Friction "' Warranta. laauxl __..__ .....____ I IIlnlancr 'II..n W. ALDERMAN I Cols sub dlv ._.._......_.: ::_.________ Sam TIaott .. ____.____ _
_
_. .579
-.,. MS July 1. 1V24 .- __.._ _242.72: ( Clerk Circuit CourtBndford ; Lo.. 1 5. 2 bile U L. T. S. Co' subN' ----- -

n Overdraft June IMalrlrt I. litH N.--I___________... HO 20Httupu By C.County A. KNIGHT. Florida (I I dlv. u.u________ flont "" "_____._____ :8 11
EII.reon
bik. __ ___.
38 L. T. A Co' sub die __
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11 ..ilurln. month ________ .1J19. 1Warranta Deputy Clerk. 1100
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I laud ..________._...1209.03O.nlraft Elks 31 a SI L. T. a Co' n1di.. ------..- A. o. J..lllna -___ ..._ .. =113..'"
1929 .II.St.9.l 11111 89 L .T. A Co's nun div --.. _______ 11. Eo SINII .____.._. .____ .
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July 1. ._.____._..___ 22*.i$ sub. .
I Ln. 2 a 3 bik. 41 L. T. A Co'
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+ Pounding on an inferior, noisy typewriter ,Balance June 1. 124 Na.__.T.___.____ 117.I* NOTICE: OF ADMINISTRATOR I diy ________________u_____.______ Eo Eo anti _u ._. .___ 1.11
I Kc..ipta during. month un. .__.____..... 243 (For Final D lch....) Lnl I bile U L. T. S Co' sub .dlv _....___. Julius Ratter .._. '__ .. ___ 2.1'J
"gets on the nerve of an operator. ,Warranta' laaued ..___....__._u_.__.. In r. Ea'at of I I Rill U L. T. a Co' sub di. _n....______ A. 0. Jeaklns ______________ a.."
Halane July 1. 1)>4 ..- _..____... __ 11I. 1 ELY HICKS I I Ny bib. 45 L. T. a. Co'. sub dlv -.-..----._ H. G. P01f'ord ___..___________ S..9
Diatrtrt N. S Notice la hereby given, to all whom It "may Lou la2cx. W 60 ftbIb47L.Tt .

. l irritable dissatisfied girl I "Paan! Jun 1. 1V24 __.__.________. 22.<4Recvipta concern, that on than 21at day of July, A. S Cos sub oil. ______._u_ ._________ Fanny MeC.n __.____ T.11
One nervous, during month ..__.......__. l.24. I shall apply to the Honorable R. 0.1 11SO ft tot 2 bik. 47 L. T. a. Co'
Omen Judge of laid Court, aa Judge sub air __ _.._______.____________.
Francs
Balane July I. 1V24" .__....__.__...._ 2254 n n. William. ._ _._ lI.n
may disorganize the whole office force. D4alr1rt N*. S Probate. for my final duMharg a* administrator I Lot I hilt U L. T. A Co'. sub dlv -__.____ Ra"o", Jackson ___?__?_ ?_ 501

.rrtr.ft, Jan 1. l.->4 ._.._n_____._ 114 11R of th* aatate of Ely Hick ........, and I Lot t Slk. 10 L. T. a Co' sub die .___...____ Lucy English __?- ==_ 8.19!
.>. *lpta during. month ..___..._..._._ 14.10 that at th. ..m. tim h* will present hia Lot I a W.. 0' lot 2.blll 1 T..pl. -

Executives better results .fur Marranta blued __.___....._...__.* 10.00 final ........ny aa administrator of M"// add -. -..--.-.---.---------------_ 1. T. Hi.Je'F ____._ _____ n.n
can get by Overdraft July 1. 114 ____.._______u 10809 I catal*. and salt for their approval.. Lou 1.2-3. bib 1 Tmpl. add. .-------__.___ H. A. Shan. a eo.., -.______ 28/18
IHalrtat N.. 14Balanc Dated May 1*. A. D. 1924R. Lot l' bib9. P.ek'a. add ----.---._______ H. S. Norman _._____

nishing their typists with a ball bearing, silent Jnn 1, 1>14 __._____________ !'"' "SRewfpta E. HICKS. I Lot 1 bill U P..k' add __________.....____ H. So Norman _______.____________ 1.12 1.29!
...__ .___.... ft23t7 Adm.tor.1o0TICB Lot 1 bik. 31 Peeks add .. ___ .
I durlnv month 4022 ------------ f.ml. f..I,1e, ___________ 1.12
L C. Smith. .__.._.___ Las "'.8 blo C. Rising add .
running \fcarranta laud ---------- P. 1) Hicks u___._ ,. a.81
Balaae' July' 1. i921-.._____________ 159.tlDlalrl Lou aS4orW'4Wk31L.T.. ?r.-
4 TO WHOM IT MAY CDSCBKN:< : I .. ______.__ _
.4 N. Ii a Co' sub div ---_ __ Aisx M.rrbk _..__
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"1 1 Palanr J..... 1, U2. ____..__00_____ 12204 You will hereby take notice. that I will upon Wty bile fa I.. T. S. Cos sub die .-----_ Hoes B.... __._______ 2,13
i There are things about this machine th* :mh day of July. A D. 1924! SI* my One lot 10S ft In S9o' 0'SW'4
many fucaipta during. month ___ ____._... 4144 square coy
W.rra"yd. __._..____...__..__.* petition and apply: to th' Honorable A. V. "I SWtI ___ .._..___..___.2* I 22 Eo w. Driggen Fit ___ l.n
I that we would like to tell you if we may Halane July I. 1(24 ________..?_._ 20.18U''rt' I LongCircuit of Florida Judg. for of an the order Eighth, of adoption JudicialCircuit Com at SW co. 0' Madison sod Men: _
t1rot.. 6 S ft
N..I1 : run loll WillS ftS
_. ___ / for Marl F..n........ a girl child of th* age of Uf tt W 106n N210 ft
: have the opportunity. Balance June I. 124 ... I4S JR to
six th said child been
..clpu during. month .__........... 14 S3V year, having abaadond Madison st then. E on said atto .
>arranta laaued .__..*.._.._.- I and .left In my MRS cuatody at her birth' bee ___....... ._...___.__...29 1 U B. Co S. C. S. .
J. C. CARTER. Hol..dort ..11
Balano July 1. 1921 .. ._______..__ 1721 Com 211) ft S 0' BW cot 0' Madl. _
Our illustrated catalog is free. Otatilrt .... 19 Dated this th 25th day of Jon. son a Myrtle .... S ruG II 0"
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I Balance Jun I. I9.4 .......____..... T4 2Reeoipta IlA.GREEN. Myrtle. .. 210 ft W 210 It N 210ft
durina month ...._____.*__- ....t for E 2\/1\ ft to bee In Gskln's,4d .
WIo."n'd. .''__..._............ Attorney petitioner.27.t7.JJ .. .-. ..____..__.______.29 4 It B. C. S Co S. ..
Balance July I, 1924! .. _________...__ 111.11Distr4x4 Com 2111 tt 111' 0' 8W ear 01 f.dl. Hol..rt ..._ 6.1T

L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. N. 14Palan NOTICE FOR PIRLICATIONDepartment son A Myrtl." ... S nn W 210 ft
** J..... I. 1K24 _______._______. 9544 of Th '"....Ior. U. .. LandOfnc. b W..I.nd at th.ne. S on
Ripta durinamonth _________..__ 133.41 CaiMvill Florida Jan 14. 1914. said at 40 tt E ft N ft
I i Warrants" .leaned -................ at hag a 20. map 40 .t..
\ Executive Graces : : SYRACUSE N. Y. Balanc July 1. 1971 ..._..........- 14.TO I NOTICE, of Highland.I II hereby Florida given that who.. David an November E Tanner I kini "I..od. I a bib ------29 1 13 B. C. a. C. S. Holxadrof. '
Dtalrl4 N* 14 Lots 1.2.11-IC Ise E ft a .I
Balance J_. 1. 19,14 ..__._____ _._ ".34K 20 120. mad Homatead Entry> No. 014910. 21 1. ohi
120 West' Adams Street, Jacksonville; Florida ? fur North hart of Northcaat quarter, xctioa NE coy 0' 4 SE"
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enpu during month .._.......... 114.71 o
10. Township Ire South. Rang twnty-thra E __ ..____ 0 12 0.c.swat
P\ arranta ........ -_.,..,..., -jn.. Eaat. Tallahaaaa Merid' ba* died notiw I a z f ear of lE'. 0'SE11aw .2 _____ 1.1
Balanee July 1. 1921.___'._'_?.212.14 ? ::: .' 2' 122
of Intentoa make r proof, to I
IMetritt N.. 14Palanea ; ta .;'I. .2 4N- '-- ]r. V Torr.ulla ____ IUS
establish claim to th land abov d erlbed.befor yde
I June 1. 124! _._..._._______ IS.S7Rr Clerk Circuit, Conn at Green Cov. I I 0: ,de E ID SE ear cor

I e4pta durinamonth ___?.__.. 14.22Warranu Spring, Florida, on th* Slat day of July, BED __..._________21 19! T. 1. Alderman
"" Wad. ...__________. !1924. Eli .f N" of NEL' ___2t 1 n ______ 109
'li Balance July. I. 1924 ._._________. 105.79MelrtM Claimant namea aa wltneaae* : I Iota I a 1 '.o I 11'1. )f. John' add ____ !., N. E M.ho... ___ '.n
( N. IT LONME CARTER of Highland., Florida. One lot of bounded N b. bib M Iprk. I.
I Balance June 1. 124 ......._______. 4111R W. )f. AfSTlN.! at HI.hI..... Florida\ n oriw a B h RIt -_-- .
i eeplta durinamaath. ._________.... 12.42 I NO4.H STERLING. of Lawtey. Florida." _.. V. 173 _
Warrant weed. ..u...___.__-.,._ RICHARD L. WRIGHT.. of la-ley Florida. ,.n L --1. 1.. So.rknuw 1113
.,....,.,, '" I Balane. Jaly' I. 124 .00_ .______.___. 14.43 GEORGE C. CROM L 110 blk 1 L. T. a Co' .. tDdbl ..... .
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FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1921. HUAPFORD COUNTY= TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PACK 'rnRKBISJJKBiKIfclHLKimrfBOTStWUBIHifJlW
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1 CaiJf. .. I -i-rti amt thud u ip\' Hereof proprtft -
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I COURTING BLINDNESSIs :} oil he \Mirded: Ji the ,
Newt Florida in Short Paragraphs $ what are doinghrn 'mJ; f filler' i.f tlSt t'lll' of FirIn.; CATARRH WRCLffS
you yoU nee" I i
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Cfttnrrh I III a l.ocnl |\I"ea'I> greatly Influenced
...---. .r ._.,O.,...-a.-6... .-xM---aw. ..- ....Y.tlL4.., _- lect twitching, watery, bloodshot .t t \\ 1.< funnel' j ic olvod that a i ii i 'i'l by CniistHiiUoi i il l fotnlillniiiHAUtvw .
I eye!* Leonardi's Golden Eye Lntlnn I' ing ol this Board ho hi '!'d on the first CAT.\mm MROU-INK ranIMA After Every Meal
cures nearly every eye disease. Cools 1 I' in I I nt an Ointment whit'h Klvrn Quick
Live State News Monday August, A. D. IPlM at Knllef by 1011'plhaU"n.' und the
heals and '
strengthens. Get "Leonardi's. which time the foregoing estimate Intarnal Medicine. t Tnnii. wlili ".rt.throulth It's the longcstlasllnJI {
: .1 I It makes strong eyes. At all the Pined on I lit* MII'nUN Surfaces
_.. .-- -... ....... _- __ druggists shall be taken up and considered and and assists' In MiUlltiK your System I confection you can buy
'I acted upon, and at the sumo time the I, of I'ntnrrh
anil It's digestion
I a help to
Told >
: by Our Exchanges. Peace District Number Two and that levy for the year A. D. 1921 shall be troll, hv ilruirirlMH for. over 4 o Tears. I
F. J. 'henoy A Co Toledo. U. and a cleanser
.. ......... same be made and set apart as Justiceof : I nlade.I ,
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: 'nm for the mouthy
Peace District Number Eight andso G. W. ALDERMAN:

,t Jacksonville For the first six I any lagging morals can be placed remain until the further order of I I Clerk and Auditor. u ITHI'LAPPEU 1* and teeth.

I months of the year, building permits elsewhere than on the schools. this Board. 1 \Vrln' y*. m ai .
| : Whereupon the following resolution L and IIOIUIEK benefit well.
approximately West Palm Beach-According to passed
i was : pleasure.
'of the same period in 1923. The grand the latest information received here Be it Resolved by the Board of I TO-DAY I They baldness
will follow bobbed
say
I total for last year was $7,538,557. sixty' miles of the Florida Western County Commissioners that votingprecinct hair; it'll be fun to watch thu .
) and Northern railroad
have been Number be
Eight separatedfrom
Tampa-A flock of ill) homing pigeons I graded and ladies puwilor their bald heads
fifteen
; miles of track laid. Justice of the Peace District 11I1P.TY-SE\EN; \ EHSGO rw .
; I sent here recently, were released -I Forces of men and machines are saidto Number Two and he made and acknowledged -- "No olio hils'ur discovered any

for a 1,300 mile race to Brooklyn be busy over practically! all of the as Justice of the pewee Tho old Hovt store, coiner of Call real excuse for whiskers, oxri'pt nt n T gsil

t N. Y. They are expected to make the I 1210:: miles to be traversed by the line I II District Number Eight and so remain und Thompson it notis being lowered 'disguise for the villian in the movie"
flight in two days. The flight was con- ( between West Palm Beach and Coleman Board. to the .
I I until the further order of this groundMi'sre. But the threat to grow thc-iu hail kept
ducted by the Brooklyn concourse of Sumter county. It is stated that Resolution received from the Andrews &:I Alvarez have at least one woman wo know from

homing pigeon clubs. i the construction companybuilding the Board of Public Instruction of Bradford the best lot of horses that have ever bobbing bur hair.

unusal accident road is earnestly trying) to have it County, Florida asking that the
Daytona-An Starke
hap- coim to at one time.
the ready for trains by January 1, next. Board of County Commissioners assess Judge J. T. Ronald, in the Superior
pened on Seabreeze-Daytona the amount of ten mills for Anyone having 1pill they would Court of Seattle recently decided I bait
Beach auto race course when an auto- Tampa-Half a million feet of school and same like to exchange for a year's subscription hair bobbers, In the beauty parlors,
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mobile driven Irwin McCellan of general purposes
by Florida pitch pine lumber will be ship- ordered filed. to the Telegraph, please call at need not take out license under t lienow -
Lake City and an airplane piloted by ped from this port on July 14, it is was Resolution received from the Boardof our office! WashinKton State barbers license
Charles L. Western crashed
together. announced, consigned to Montevideoand -
Both machines were badly damaged Buenos Aires, and will constitutethe Public Instruction of Bradford I School closed at the Starke Institute law. "Hi-auty parlors, said tho Hgurotl! MOormpk> ; ';iinuily l in the Me-

but the occupants were not seriously hrst consignment of lumber ever County, Florida asking that a levy of Friday. national Judge, "like baseball", have become a Aduo demonstration ever h.,hs her
five mills for Interest and Sinking I amusement.
injured. shipped from here to South America. G. W. McKinney and U. M. Parish hair the should be "f'anked.-Tal11plI.

Approximately two hundred and fifty Fund be made upon the property embraced have opened, a first class meat market Hurt! and there you find a woman Tribune
Tampa-Lloyd and Amasa Newcity I with the bonded school dis.
milion feet of pitch used (with bobbed hair) who understands
pine are annually in the ]Hemingway block. Modern Siher'1'hreads
brothers were released from the county tricts numbered three and five (Starke
by the South American lumber baseball language. Oat seldom n man
Abe Strickland, of Klngslry lake,
jail under bond for the shooting I and Lawtey), which was ordered tiled. who Purling we. are growing young;
consuming territory, but heretofore comprehend baby talk.-Times-
lust Sunday of Jessie Brown, farmer, Estimates: received from the several reports the first ripe watermelon of Union. Away our sliver' threads are flung.!
Panama City Pensacola !Mobile New
,
near Plant City, following a quarrelover I Orleans and Special Sub-School Districts as follows the season You had yours bobbed the other day:
have the
Gulfport been
an automobile. Brown was hit shipping points. : 1, 2, 3I, 5, 6, 7, 8, 0, 10, 11, We made n flying trip to Kingsley The two bust known examples of Your hair's brown whorl once 'twas

several times, but is expected to re 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 asking lake this week. This bone among the wasted energy are trying to swoop gray.

cover. Lloyd's bond was fixed at $.">,- TallahasseeNathan Mayo commissioner certain nulluge be assessed againstall beautiful bikes of Florida, the peopleare back the ocean und utUmptiiitf ti argue "No more we'll watch this oM! world '

000 and Amasa's at $2,000. of agriculture, announces the property in said districts us clever and well-to-do in this against bobbed hair with a woman slide

that on August 1 the oil division of follows: No. 1 for 3iuills, No. 2 for 10 world's goods, are happy and !generous who hat made up her mind to get w1"l\ >l'I',1 up with the bunch I'
Williston-The Bank of Williston the department of agriculture will be mills No. 3 for 8 mills, No. 4 for 10 hern cut.-Times-Union. lat'n doing the dizzy glide! q

the oldest banking institution in Levy consolidated with the ......,. fond and mills, No 6 for (6 nulls No. 0 for 7 We had a very pleasant call Wednesday And keep right in line aide by Hide.
county went into the hands of a receiver drugs stock feed, fertilizer and citrus fciills, No. 7 for 3 nulls, No. 8 for 5 from !\I 1'11. W. C. Ladd and The fact that a bob U somethingused Yes, darling you are growing young I

Thursday morning. The finan- 'I fruit division of the department. The mills, No. U for 7 mills. No. 10 for C !Mrs. Fred Smith of in angling is tho rounuii sane In tho beauty parlor of Mad a mo do
Kingsley.Our
cial condition is at present unknown. No. 12 for of them wear it that way.-TnnipuTimen.
for 10 mills
consolidation, he states, was recom- mills, No. 11 PtIDIC,
and citizens
The complete vegetable crop failure I mended by the budget commission to 8 mills, No. 13 for 8 mills, No. 1i for mayor paid a While I nm feeling spry and grand,

this spring is supposed to have been the last legislature, "which recommendation 6 mills, No. 15 for 6 mills, No. 10 for visit to Croshy lake Thursday to Down in Tampa husbands Undo! treatment for the gland.
clean greet
the cause. The officials are hopeful I was accepted' and adoptedby 6 mills, No 17 for 6 mills, No. 18 for up the cemetery Who said we're failing, fast away?
their wives with escorts with
that the bank will at an early W. K. Kelley has resigned his position strange
reopen of which ordered filed Who nd! we've better day?
date. the legislature as shown by Chapter 7 mills, all was as station agent. shotguns.! A warnlfre..tin we should keen a
9121, Acts of 1923, otherwise The following resolution received Wildcats hate been doing considerable soy.-Ucalu Hunner. In most cities In this swift, world you'll ever be

Ocala-The asphalt surface is now I known as the general appropriationbill. from the Board of Bund Trustees of damage amongst the ducks of husbands greet their wives with: Always young and dear to me.
." Bradford County, Florida and same The who wrote In music bold,
being put on state road No. 2 between Mr. Thomas, near Kingsley.TWENTYFOUR "When did you Kt your hair bobbed guy "
Ocala and Bellview, a 12-mile stretch, ordered filed. ?"Timcs-Union. J I "Silver Threads Among! tho Gold,
according to J. E. Walker, county en- Tallahassee The State Railroad Be it resolved that the Board of YEARS AGOW. Wouldn't believe if he'd been told
for Marion. Similar treatmentIs Commission has ordered the Atlantic County Commissioners of Bradford When bobbing It hits made them nil That folks name day would l not

gineer being applied on the Dunnellon- Coast Line railroad company to pro- County, Florida be and they are hereby L. Wall and, C. M. Alvarez are no we- will bu hearing of the bald grow old.

Romeo road, a part of state route 5, I vide increased depot facilities at requested to make an assessmentof spending the week with relatives at holies instead' of the belles of the ball So darling, we are growing you nil,

he states. Both stretches of highway I Groveland. The improvements are to Eighteen Mills to pay thu intereston Worthington Springs.The Tuinpu Ti nice, Plump In form and strong In lung.It .
should be completed during the presI I be made by remodeling the' south part the Road Bonds of Bradford County county democratic executive makes me think tho world Is stung
!
month Mr. Walker said. of the present depot so as to include to create a Sinking Fund to retire committee' will meet next week. Raining; bull frog, little fishes and When Silver Threads" IH being sung.Marclennv .
ent
I additional freight room so as to make aid bond at maturity, and that an The new hotel at Worthington turtles are ready for the waste basket. _. Standard., .

Key West-Louis A. Mowbray chief : the present spaces now used as an assessment of four nulls be made for Springs is open and ready for guests.A. Heard ono who has it bobbed and evliluntly I

acquarlst of the New York Acquarium I office and waiting room. The road is general: road purposes. Z. Alklns, of New River, will knows a thing or two about :

is returning here for the second timein ordered to build on the north end of Passed in regular session this the speak at the opera house next Wednemliiy flapping nay that it was raining like

the interest of his institution, having the depot one waiting room for white 10th day of June, A. I D. 1\12\ I. evening. His subject will be"What hell the other af let'noon.-Tampa

left Key West a few days ago with passengers, and one for colored passengers E. S.:: MATTHEWS it Takes to Make a Man." rimes. Take

one thousand fish caught in local waters each to contain not less than Chairman. Edward: Burrmed won the silver"
Joe of In advertising
Unirriu Chicago, -
for his acquarium. Ills first visit I 200 square feet of floor space exclusive The Clerk of the Circuit Court having dollar prize offered to the best marks for swift, wants ono who has not
followed that of John Shea, also of of closets, each to be provided prepared estimates of revenues man in the Guards at the target practice
I fobbed! her hair Hn hud hotter hurry
who col- with sanitary closets, one for each other than Fourth of
the New York Acquarium, and receipts from sources July. and make his Detection I hoforo it I IH j
lected UOO fish of 62 varieties. I sex.COl'NTY. from taxes to be levied reasonably tobe ('niinty Commissioner J. B. Crewx ; Into,-Timi'H-Unlon., Itno
I > expected from the 1st day of octo- will liv candidate for the senate In the ,
:; COMMISSIONERS PRKCEEDI.NGS
Jacksonville-The first bulk cargo I ber, A. D. 1'JUl: to the 30th day of coming election. [If tliul young California girl: ) who I II ova

of turpentine ever shipped out of September, A. D. 1U2'; and the said N. .J. Jones, J. P. Bennett, Jo,. Andrew ,-- -. I a s

Jacksonville, and said to be the first I The Board of County Commissioners estimates having been proporly certified ,, G. A. Gardiner, T. I D. Gunter, I !\IOTUtR4: ..

bulk shipment of that product from of Bradford County, Florida met under oath were ordered spread .". II. Long, L. D. Wall and S. B. Denmark Watch for nynipUmin of worm In yourehildmn.
any port in this country since the I of the Board and attended tint picnic at Worthington j 'lliiwi (p'iriiHih-M, are tlm urenlloetroycM 'Cs.
in regular session Monday, July 7th upon the minutes I of child !life. If yonbare I'
of $laOOO gallons -
World War a cargo aboard the 1U24! with the following members the original to be filed as a part of on the Fourth. I :reason to think your droll linn worm, iwt
was quickly loaded ,I present: J. M. Brownlee, Chairman, tho record of the Board and In word The recent heavy rains have injur- little nnn n dona. or I
large tank steamer Camillo at commodore I LUUI.S. Hill, S. J. Prescott and James and figures as follows: ..d the' cotton through the New Rlvor' ,,wc of yWhito'aYeam Vermifuge.Vorin : for the liver
Point, which is expected to'' Reynolds. General Fund: section -annot rxmt, where this tuinvtriix. ) amid l

sail for London, England, officials Minutes of last read and and Railroad licenses iiiocrKHful remedy it uwul. It drives. out Beware of Imitation Demand
ported. re-I meeting From occupation TKN YKAK3 AGO: bo wciriiix and roHton' tin rimy lure of"ooltb | the g.nuin.i In hoc anal 35c p..ck. *
approved. $1000.00. I to !baby ctiw'ko. IVicoOGo. Muldliyj *tf.. bearing ftbov trade mark
Sanford-With a total of 7,748 cars Petition received asking that J. W. Fine and Forfeiture Fund: Company "E" will go to the annual All Drug Story I

of: vegetables, netting approximately I Johnson be placeed upon pauper roll From Fines. $1500.00.) nrumpment. .at DIck.! Point from July
$5.000,000 this section experienced and after consideration his name was The Board of County Commission- 11) to the ItHn, incluslvu.Immediately --

the most profitable season in its his I ordered placed on said roll and be >rs then adjourned for the purpose of after the rain Tuesday I

tory. Beginning! the h>.ison with any- paid $,">.00 per month. organizing us a Board of Equalizers an alligator was captured near Imq

thing but favorable outlook, the farmers Petition received asking that Viola The Tax Assessor having presented Andrews livery stable ,
and local banks by working together Michael be placed upon pauper roll, his books showing the assessed valuation The Starke Grays have a winning -q ilj'fu'
I It
the and after consideration, her name was of property subject to taxationfor
were able to complete successful streak-not losing a single (tamemnce
season. Seminole county annually ordered placed upon said roll and be examination by the Board in compliance its organization. r

ships 2,000 carloads more than paid fiS.fJO per month. with the requirements of law Over 3,000 visitor enjoyed! the

its nearest competitive county. The following resolution adopted:: is set out in Setion 23 of Chapter! 'ourth in Starke.A .
Whereas during the year permis- O5'.t6, Laws of Florida, and the Board I new cement walk is being (laid t I l ilfliI

New Smyrna-The city commission, sion was asked and granted by the of County Commissioners having given .in front of Turner's Bakery and,

at a special meeting held Wednesday Comptroller of the State of Floridato notice for fifteen days by publication -i :t ti inherg's storeooooooooeooooooooooeooeo,

night, awarded the contract fur the installation transfer from Outstanding Indebtedness in the Bradford County Telegraph I 1.:- --- -- --.- -- iI I ,t t1i' tU
of a 600-horsepower oil Fund to Fine and Fortei- a newspaper published at Sturke in .
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burning engine and electric unit, in lure Fund the sum of $1000.00, and the County of Bradford that the

the municipal light and power plant, Whereas since taxes have been collected Board would meet on this day a8I :

to the :McIntosh and Seymour Com- it is necessary to replace said Board of Equalizers for the purposeof j Gained

pany on their bid of $30,000.; The new amount with the Outstanding indebt- hearing complaints and receivingtestimony :

unit will double the present capacity : edness Fund, as to the value of any property : Ten Pounds
of the light n'r>"t. Additional switch- Therefore be it resolved that permission real or personal or mixed /114 :'i i
boards and other equipment will be installed be asked of the State comptroller by the County Tax A'ses""r. I I : Mrs (! orge s. Hunter of I

with the engine. to transfer from the Fine and After examining the assessment j Columbus, (ia., suj s she suffered -

of this Forfeiture Fund to the Outstanding books, the Board decided t" accept' the : : severely with female I
Sanford-The population Indebtedness Fund the sum of $1000.A tax hooks as made and presented l by : troubles
city has increased 86 per cent. within request was made from the citizens the Tax Assessor, and no person, having "I had to go to bed and
the last four years, according to the of Brooker section asking that appeared to protest or complain : stay sometimes two weeks nt

latest figures: submitted by compilersof voting precinct number eight Brooker ahout the value as fixed by the saidTax 4 a time," says. :Mrs. Hunter."I .
could not work My .
shown
It is
the directory.
new city :
Justice of the
be separated from Assessor. were Irregular and I Ilot very
of
that Sanford now has a population The Board then adjourned a" aBoard thin I went from 12ft pounds

10.432 within the city Hmits and that OM Too Fast? of Equalizers and organized asa j' down to less than 100 My
outside the limits, Growing flCw
i 1,180 persons live Board of County Commissioners. I mother had teen a user of

but are in the adjacent neighborhood, -- The Board then took up the matter I I
making the total population 11,612.
of the
estimate m-iei-j
The federal sensus of 1920 gave San- )[an, Stark $"olka! Fl Older and of making an !

ford's population as S.'iHH.! Slower Than They bhould. nary expenses year from for October the County 1st,for A. theincal D.I I' CARDOIThe See it for Yourself

"
Tampa-Contrary to the recent agi- 1924 to September 30th, 1925 and ( ,

tation about co-education and "Im- Are yea wcrk, tired, all worn-out laving considered the receipts estimated j i I

morality" in the Tampa high schools, Do you feel years older than othel by the Clerk and the valuation I Woman's Tonicand
Prof. Frank C. Crowe, principal of the folks of your age? Then look to your of the property of the County ItS ,
,'s junior high school kidneys: The 'kldneys are the blond shown by the assessment roll prepiire -
Washington
George filters and if they weaken, the effect and having she knew what a good
] the Tax Assessor
U of the opinion that separate sex Is quickly felt. You have constant by medicine it was for thin trouble -
schools would rather lower than uplift backache headaches: dizziness and !given full consideration of the needs I so ..he told me to get
the moral standard. Professor Crowe urinary troubles. You feel' lame, stiff and the necessities of the County and some and take It. I sent to .
points out some of the uplifting Influences and achy-all played nut. Don't wait! the requirements for different purposes -I the store after it and before
of the schools as conductednow Use Doan's Pills-a stimulant diureticto I to meet the expenses during the I hud taken the first bottle
declares that the blame for the kidneys. Read what this SUrk ,, said fiscal year, have determined anddo up 1 began to improve. My
and
I side hurt !less and I began tomenu
resident says: bhe
l hereby declare the following to '"
Chas Crutchfleld. farmer, 1187'J': '' in health I took lour
SIGNS: YOU CAN BELIEVE IX: can hardly describe the I endured I expenses and all special and extraordinary bottles in all during the last

If your breath la bad and you have from lame back U mlserr lifted, I I expenses contemplatedor ten months Cardul acted asa
pells of swimming in the head pour it felt as though someone had stuck i the fiscal year next ensuing and flno' tonic" I am well BOW.
appetite, constipation and a general' n. a knife into my back. I.... nearly I for which the revenue for the year I have trained ten pound and
account feeling it M a sign your liver w past going I got up at night to pan 924 from advalorem taxation and the am till filming My aMe
torpid. The one really dependable remedy the kidney. secretions. Doan' Pill estimated receipt from other sourren do not trouble me at all and
for all duinrdrrs in the liver stomach from! Turner's Drug Store cured m.." my are quite regular I LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
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and bowels: w Herbine. It arts powerfully Price 60c. at all dealers. Don"tdmpll will be available.It the knew that Card will help M. South, Ma n.g.r.
on the liver, strenothms direction, purifies ask !for a kidney remedy- f t was thereupon resolved that ether suffering from the
the bowels and restores a fine feeling o&n. Pills-the same that Mr. Cleric of the Circuit Court be directed am* trouble." Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties

of energy, run and cbeerfu.I eM. Price >t.chtle1d: had. Foater-Milburn Cow to have the foregoing estimate as Take Cttrdui.

<<0c. bold by Mtn.. Buffalo N. Y. mad by the Board published in a E101OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOO4: When better automobile are built Buick will build them
Ail Drag Stone in this County by one in-
newspaper
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELB GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 18 1921
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4 ;< visiting friends in Gainesville return- I Mr. and G. D. Faircloth, of Jacksonville lag adult males. The object in caponizing -:I vantage is that the capons can be

I ed home last Saturday. I were visiting the later' parents i* to increase size: and quality 'I'I pooled and shipped cooperatively."The .
II. E. Thomas wa a visitor to Wal- :Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Green last of meat. They grow to be about Extension Service of the University ,-

) ; do Wednesday. I week. one-third larger than if left as roost- !! of Florida will send anyone interested -

l { E. T. Stuart and son, Paul, were attending NEW RIVER ers. Their meat even at two years in caponizing a bulletin giving
County News Items ; to business in Starke. Thurs- I old, is of the same flavor and tender- I illustrated instruction on how to

i I :New River July 18.-J. E. Adkins ness as when broilers. The comb and caponize.

f day.J. J. Morkan J. H. Kelley and motored to Starke Sunday afternoon.C. wattle does not grow and develop. Nobody can enjoy a sojourn of time

L.I.r..ttst, (sets Gathered During the Week br Our Henry Shaw spent the week4nll! < at G. Wiggins spent Sunday in They never crow or show any disposi-i or four months in Europe with :M

Regular Correspondent*. K Shady Grove attending the annual Gainesville. tion to fight except when brooding 1 difficulties and Its problems. its suspicions

meeting. G. C. Porter motored to Starke chicks. and ,Its distrusts its promise

I I Tom Dukes spent Thursday here on Saturday afternoon.Mr. "From one to one and one-half I for the future and its threats, with-

business. Cox, of Sampson City, came up pounds, or gust before the comb red out coming back to the wholesome

HIGHLAND: I Mi.is Rebecca:! :! Whitehead left Friday Lewis Shriver spent Thursday at here last Tuesday and bought one car dens up, i Is the best size to caponize.The atmosphere .of America pleased m

for Starke where the will spend I Hampton Beach. of tomatoes.Mr. cockerels to be caponizied should never before that he was born an

Highland, July 18.-B. B. William, I a few days with her sister, Mrs. W. Eugene Crovby( was a visitor to I and Mr*. C. A. Johns and C. A. not be fed for 24 hours previous to the American and will be permitted to live

of Jacksonville, spent the week-end I A. Colley and from there she will .go ; Waldo last Wednesday. Jr., of Sampson visited friends here operation since it is important to I and die an American.-Owen D Young

here, with his mother Mrs. Ira B. I to Jacksonville and spend about two i; Mrs. Millie Gainey spent Thursday Sunday. have their intestines well empty.
Winfisld Ireland returned to his weeks with a brother and other rela- I morning chopping in Starke I Mr. and Mr*. Frank Andrews Jr., "The day should be bright and Between 2,500,000 and 3,000,000

home in Jacksonville Friday after tives.J. I C. S. Crew of Gainesville was a of Jacksonville returned home ThuraI clear. A good light helps. An empty radio sets have been manufacturedand

visit here with Francis and Gordon I visitor here last Tuesday.I I day after a pleasant visit here with barrel turned bottom side up makesa sold in the United States during
William I J. McLeod was transacting. business saie and Howard Colson spent friends and relatives. good operation table. past three years, with 660 broadcasting -

Dr. E. L. Bitrif, of Starke, was a : in Jacksonville Saturday. I! the week-end in Alachua with friends I Clarence Adkins left :Monday for "No: special feed i is to stations operating and 16,000
Starke where he has accepted a necessary amateur transmitters sending and
professional visitor here Sunday.H. I Travers King, Commodore, Theo I and relatives. grow capons. Free range will develop ,
T. Thomas, Gannon Hogg( and ', dore and Louis Crews left Saturday I Mrs. Cone Alachua is here spend position in Mitchell' drug store. size. They grow from four to six I receiving by radio.

C. D. Marr".'were vnitor to Jacksonville for Camp Jonston where they will ing a while with here daughter, Mrs. Messrs. Floyd and Lester Crosby, of month, after which they can be fat-
S. V. Andrews. Rising motored here Saturday. The birds and the bees are two of
Saturday.J.
spend 15 days. Grafton Adkins has returned from tened easily in two weeks time. the valuable allies of
most the farmer.
J. Thomas was a business visitorto Grandma Baxter who has been visiting
+ Lake City Friday. DocIelvln: returned home Sunday relatives at Bowling Green, returned -: Tampa after taking the Civil Service "It is a good idea to organize a The birds destroy many harmful

Miss Ethel: Ricks and W. 3!. Wim- from St. Petersburg where he has home this week.G. examination. community capon club. In this way a insects and the bees perform a very

berly motored to Jacksonville Thursday been on a prospecting tour for the i W. and E. :>1. Hazen were visitors Dennis Mann left Saturday for number can club together and use the important office by distributing pol-

on a business and pleasure trip. I past two weeks. to Starke Thursday.A Camp Johnson where he will take same set of instruments. Another ad- Icn.INSURANOE.

Mrs. H. C. Wiberly, Miss Winfred I I son was born at the home of training. ,
Wimberly H. C. Wiinberly Jr. and Mrs. James Godwin. ofStarke spent Mr. and Mr*. S. V. Andreu's last The farmers of this section have "

W. 3!. Wimberly .re- i-iiors j to tie the week-end here with her parents, Wednesday.Miss shipped four cars of tomatoes.
State Farms at Raiforl I Sunusy.a Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. Lubedia Pinholster has goneto Wiley Edmondson and Wesley Me- I

Louie Butler and Max Wimberlywere Arthur Swartz was a visitor to Tampa to take a business course Rae and Col. Peek, of Starke motored

transacting business in Maxville Starke Tuesday.Mrs. II in which we all wish her much success. here Saturday morning.

Monday.Mrs. A son was born at the home of I See before
TUERESSA ] us building houseor
J. W. Beckham and children, W. H. Taylor returned Friday : Mr.\ and Mrs. H. E. Thomas July 12. I I your new

<>f Maxville were visitors here Satur- from Oxford, where she was called on Dr. W. E. Middleton, of Starke was Theressa, July 18.-:Messrs. Chas. j i remodeling the old one and we shall

day.F.. account of the death of a sister. a visitor here Saturday.Mr. Gillyard and John Hall left Sundayfor tell you how to secure the lowest insurance
31. Crews, H. C. Wimberly and : and Mrs. S. M. Jlott and fami- Daytona. I I -
H. C. Wimberly Jr. attended a Ma- The Epworth League Social which ly spent Sunday at Five Mile. :Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Powell and children I rates.

.'( sonic meeting at Middleburg Monday was given at the Woman' Club last :Mrs. Millie Gainey is. spending a left Tuesday for their home in j Agency Established 1886
Tuesday much anjoyei by
was
:' night. very while at Dukes.L. Larkins after spending several j
Mr. and Mrs.( F. D. Lang and, children about thirty young people. R. Gainey was a visitor to with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.weeks C. A. I J. R. DAVI & CO.

{. motored to Lawtey Saturday. HAMPTONHampton Starku, last Monday.( Youngblood.Mr. .

". R. L. Prescott of Kingston is I Little Miss CatherineTompkins, of Arthur Moorer and J. S. Gainer

I pending a few days the guest of his July 18.-Mrs. J. C. Cad- Waldo spent Monday evening here. were visitors to Starke Saturday

i parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Prescott. well is visiting friends and' relativesin LAKE BUTLER Mr" and Mrs. Frank Geiger, of Wal r.

Mrs. H. C. Wlmberlif. Misses Macon Georgia. do visited Mr. and :Mrs. P. }I. Geiger SASH

Ethel Ricks and Winifred Wimberlyleft Mrs. Annie Johns, and granddaughters Lake Butler, July IS.-The following here Sunday. ;.L LUMBER BRICK LIME

Tuesday for a trip to Sturgis Johnie Lue and Lorine, have been young men, of Lake Butler, have :Mrs. A. L. Moody and daughter, DOORS CEMENT
Mich. After a couple of weeks in the guests of Lorine and Johnie Lue's enlisted for 3 years in Co. "G" 121th Jewell and :Mr. Fred May and little BUILDERS HARDWARE
SturgU they will visit relatives in Infantry at Starke, They left for daughter Ruth, of LaCrosse visited
uncle Bolen Johns. They left last : *
,1 Ohio Indiana. \Ion-I Johnston Sunday There names :Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May Sunday.Mr. I SHERWIN '
and camp Everything
: day for their home in 'I .
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are: John PadgettJ. C. Priester, Clarence E. K. Powell returned to his I WILLIAMS **fS@S M ",& for

LAWTEY Mr. J. H. Croft is having his large Roberts, Eldred Duncan and i home in Larkins Tuesday after PAINT .. '" ...\ Building

two story residence on Main street Raiford Rosenberg. I ling friends here. ViSit-I( KYANIZE, ..., and I
Lawtey, July 18.-Mrs. W. A. Col-
L. L. Youngblood
was a
repainted. Winefred K. Loadholtz eldest son VARNISHES .'
ley and daughter, Miss Lois, of Repairing
Starke Saturday.M. .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz is
Starke, visited Miss Rebecca White- Mrs. O. L. Beasley, of Starke, wasa on a vacation and is spending it with I : M. Brinson left the past week CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

head Thursday.Mrs. visitor here last Monday.Mrs. his parents. On February 4th of this I for Trenton where he will visit relaI -

C. Y. Mayo-and little daughter, S. A. Saxon, Is the guest of year he enlisted with the Marines at I tives.Mr. STARKE FLORIDA
and Mrs. C. A. Brinson and
Ada Marie, of Pollard, Ala., are her son Isome Ogden, of Graham. Hampton Roads Va. and is taking a I .
'' guests at the home of her parent course, to be an instructor in boxing. I sons, Willie and Ed Brinson stopped -
r', Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Moore. Lee Parker is spending this week in On his return he will be assigned! to over here a few days the past week --
Tampa. one of the battleships, the name 'of with friends after visiting relatives
$ Lonnie and Melvin Prescott, of which Is not known yet. Win is well in Georgia. They were enroute to GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
k Highland were transacting business Rev N. T. left last Monday for pleased with the :Navy and Is held in their home in Larkins.

X in Lawtey Saturday. Tampa, where he will spend the summer high esteem by his officers. His many & RITCH
PINE: HILL
with his daughter. Mrs. I. J.
friends here wish him much succeis,
George F. Young! returned home( Swilley and Mrs. Wm. Kirkland. REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
Friday after upending a week transacting I and that some day we can read of Pine' Hill, July 11.-:Mr. and Mrs INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE

business. in Baltimore and Mr. Marion Sullivan and family Admiral Winefred K. Loadholtz. J. E. Clemons were called to the bedside ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
New York. left last Sunday fur Columbia county I Mrs. Foster Eddy, of Alachua, who of their daughter, Mrs. Ada ,
where they will be the guests of has been visiting her! parents, Mr. Kency, of Gainesville, who has been BONDS. LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

Rev Louis Donnelly, of Starke was Mrs. Sullivan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I and Mrs. G. A. Epperson returned to seriously ill of typhoid fever.A. MADE PROMPTLY

a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. Peeples. her home Saturday accompanied by L. Green and Henry Shaw met -.
her sister :Miss Kate Epperson who the school board Monday.Mrs. .
Mrs. George Anderson was shopping Miss Mildred! Seals and brother W. ;I will visit: with her for a couple of Marion Alliston, of Osteen "COL'ID BETTER FEBTIIIZEK. BE MADE WE WOULD WISE IT" -

in Jacksonville Friday.J. ,I G. Jr. who have been the guests of week. visited her parents. :Mr. and Mrs. D. Heron buying.
Miss Hildn and Herbert Durden for Mr. and Mrs. Claud! Adkins of Miami get oat now April P"' U'' .' _w. "SIMON. PUEK" and GKMU
J. J. Green last weekend.Mr. IJRASDS" ..
W. Andrews, Sr. and J. W. Jr., I wwS boss tb. Standard of Quality for
of Starke were business visitors here'' ten days returned to their home in I I are the guests of )Ir. and Mrs. : and :Mrs. E. H. Clemons visited Pler/da ......... Prices .I_. rI..... Quality ....ald..... set-'h put.fc..p.forty.. but r1t,,. WM

Tuesday Jacksonville\ last Tuesday.B. Henry Adkins.Mr. relatives in Starke last weekend.R. r..w ....1... Alae pet. Sob ., ls..etiddee. 8pr.y.. Dsai.n asd D...... ItU Alatanac -
and :Mrs. J. M. D. Bennett and H. Green and son mad a bus!- Ia now no>cf7. .ylw a' aac.
.
J. Saxon and family of Pompano,
,
:Mr. and All!!. McVeigh, of Jacksonville arrived hero last Monday. They will two children, of Plant City, are visit- neess trip to Starke and Lawtey last E 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville. FU
visited friends here. Wednesdayand ing relatives> m Lake Butler. They Saturday.
visit friends here and! at Graham.
Thursday. came through in their car. Fred Green, Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Alvin McKinney has accepted a Mrs. W. E. Roberts who has been Surrency attended church at Sard I
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Uinkina and children -
visiting her daughter Mrs. T. C. I
position as clerk at the Union Depot Sunday. '
returned their home in Jacksonville :
to Chaatain, in Daytona, returned home
here. He will bring his family here Melons being shipped from here Incur
!Saturday: after spending two and they will\ be. located in the Sulli- this week. load lots. Price very low I
weeks with relatives in Lawtey and Mrs. R. S. Johns who has just undergone I
van cottage on Church street. Mrs. E. B. Andrew made a trip to I
Bushnell. .
an operation at the hospitalin Brooker Monday. I
L. A. Wynn and M. L. Wattersonwere Jacksonville is convalescent and I I
Miss Edna Masters returned to her
home in Middluburir Sunday after business visitors to Brooker last her many friends. hope for her speedy j BRADFORD I

Monday.Mrs. recovery and that she will soon be at
t spending a few days as the guest of Bradford July 18-Mr. and Mrs C. I

/" Mr. and Mrs. James Pitts.H. W. P. Britt and son, Marvin home again. .\. Andreu and daughter accompaniedby I.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moon and The Decision
e W. were the truest of Mr*. Britt'sslstel'1l I John Harrell were visitors in Rai-
C. Wimberly omighland. was and daughter, Deynaner, of Sanford,
Misses Mary and Ada Nimmo. I ford Sunday.N. .
transacting business in town Tuesday. are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
G. Hayes left for Geor-
Monday
:Mrs.C. P. Sasser and daughter Maine they have been visiting the
C. F. Darber, of Macclenny was the Clara of Valdosta the parents of Mr. Moon in Pensacol gia.W.I
May, are
.truest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. M. Harrell left Saturday for Is To I
the guest of Mr*. Satser' father, and are enroute home. Mrs. Moon I Is Up You i
Barber. South Florida where he will visit
P. B. Hunt. .. e the sister of Dr. i. E. Maines of this I
I I Friends and relatives. .

Arthur Pearce was transacting Mrs. M. E. Wainwright, of Haw city.Mrs.. Ellsworth C. Harper and Miss Lucille Harrell ia spendingsome !: I O., I : I
business in Jacksonville Wednesday time in Jacksonville the I I
home, visited friends and relatives daughter, Lois, of Sanford are the guest J I
and
Thursday. of her uncle Lee Harrell.
.I here this ,
week. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harper.
Otis Rhoden -and! children Pauline will couple of week her S. B. Harrell, of Raiford was in our WHEN paid will :
Miss Lorene Thomas, Valdosta.-. They spend a section Sunday. you get you spend it all and i:
Marcus while Mr. who is member,
returned home Friday Harper a
rand 0 1 is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs I P. P. Pinholster of Worthingtonwas : when misfortune befalls will
of the Machine Gun Battalion at Sanford have
from Tennessee where they spent you
O Hayne. in our community last week. j
: about three weeks with relatives. I Is attending the encampment at to look for will I I
job
Grady and T. J. Baxter, Jr., of a -or you save a part each ,
K. Prince of camp Johnston. pay I
j : O. and family Tampa,
Brooker
spent Miss the Flossie week-end Terry here of Jacksonville with her are the guests of Mrs. Prince's aunt- PINE HILL urday. was in our community Sat- i ; day and be ready with a good cash balance to meet ; ''J

parents, Mr. and Mrs.( T. J. Terry. Mrs. Elsie Sparkman this week. Mrs. E. E. Baxter is guest of her I I any bad luck with a smile ?
Pine HilUuly h.-The river has
son J. D. Baxter this week.
:Miss Mary E. Thigpen and Miss I
Williams Edna risen considerably on account of heavy
and I
Misses! Vernice
few lake Erma Johns left last Sunday for Da.leCity rain that have fallen in the last few .MEAT I OF CAPONS R.SK88:
; at
Strickland days
: spent a
Geneva last week. Henry where who they formerly will was visit a Mrs.citizen F. of E. day*. BEST QUALITY TABLE MEAT I THEN, too, if you have saved, and an oppor- I'I'I
R. H. Green and D. J. O. Green !
Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Constable Hampton. made a business trip to Jacksonville The business of caponizing chickens 'I j tunity comes for a good investment, you may I

Jacob Johns, of Starke were last week.E. and selling the capons' for high i I be able
Mrs. C. A. Durden, of Tampa was prices later on in the is getting to.make yourself financially independent.
year I
business.Mr.
In town Monday on the !guest, of Mr. Durden' mother, H. Clemons and Fred Green car- to be a popular profitable sidelineof I
3Ir.- Mrs.( T. J. Uurden, last Monday. ried two truck loads of water melon -
and liMber and -children the poultry business. I

visited relatives I in Macclenny Sunday. Baptist Church Directory. I to: J.Lawtey W. L. Pinholster Monday. made a business Capon are unsexed male chickens. I I WE pay 4 per cent Interest on all Savings .
Their ranks the
meat in
as highest
,: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Baker, of Jacksonville Sunday School at 10 a. m.: SubjectThe trip to Lake Butler last week.A. .
Deposits.Bradford
quality table meat. In addition to their .
\ were week-end! visitors at the Meaning of Baptism. L. Green and son, Dave, attended -
high market value take
home of Otis Khoden. Preaching at It-Rev. A. S. Jones. o the anual meeting of the Primitive capons up I
with chickens at sight and
Senior B. Y. P. U. at '7:30: p. m. Baptist church at Trenton Saturday.Mr. young
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Strickland' "and Subject Why is Unbelief a Sin. and Mr( *. D. J. J. Green droveto mother them with more care and patience !- I,
children: and Miss Edna Stricklandleft Special Music and Readings. Waldo Saturday to see the dentist.Mr. than hens. They solve the problem County Bank i
of "How will I brood few I
only
Monday for their home Wyma- Preaching at 8:30.: and :\Irs. J.E. Clemons were a
day old chicks! I
lima after spending about two weeksin Everybody invited to attend. called the bed side of their daughter.

and. dear Lawtey.- Mr. V. B. '..Wheeler Superintendentof Mrs. Ada Kency of Gainesville.:! SheIs man II. of B. the Landsen Florida, Extension College of pou1tryI Agriculture :I Established 1889 ;

the Senior B. Y. P. U. insists that seriously ill with typhoid fever. We I
Max Wlmherl)', of Highland was a. !gives the following practical i
visitor here Friday.Dr. all member of the Union make wish her a speedy recovery.A. pointers in relation to caponizing, "Bradford County's Financial Stronghold" i
ti. J special efforts to be in their places at B. Surrency, E. H. Clemons and I
"Learning to caponize requires no
.... and Mrs. W.: I.: Powell left the 7:30 that the entire program may be lark demons went to Gainesville skill. The operation i Is simple, how- I lf! '

first of the week for Birmingham, rendered. Saturday.The .
instruments
ever proper are necessary I
Ala., where they will spend a few water melon crop i I. almost .
! ,r days visiting relative and friends and BROOKER harvested; the prices have not been II
. "There is no advantage in caponiz- I
transacting business. very good this season. I
'. Brooker. July 18.-Mrs. R. A. Mrs Lou Cone of Alaucha Is visiting .
.;. a and Weeks is spending a while at Kings- Pj1es\ Cure in o to 14OtnnfmA Days I
J Louis Brown shier :Miss her daughter. Mrs. C. F. C laol1. ,
<' Flora of Waycrois, Ga., were visiting ley lake. Johnie Douglass made a business) :a run lichiiMl. Biiaci maorr StewliM U PAZO Vmtrloxail'ir OINTMEYr\ .; P hi,,),,. J !I

relatives here the first of the week. Miss Ellama Hsien who has been trip to Lake Butler last week. i I-.ttnt ckrp rrUevrt'after U itching ant Pitr awUunttK.. aa -- -
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I The Bank of ServiceInvites I
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Concerning Our People Business and

0. Progress in the County, and Town. @ I attention to the following statement of its condition at the close of business on June 30 1924: I

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'1.1 RESOURCES: LIABILITIES :

Loans and discounts $ ,852,94 Capital Stock Paid in $ |15,000.00 I IJ
' O. A. Andreu waa in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis, Jr. will

Monday. go to Jacksonville today. J Overdrafts 305.78 Surplus Fund 7,500.00United I Ij


Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Saturday in Miss Helen Shine, of Pensacola, is States Bonds 11550.00 Undivided Profits 3392.66 I:

Jacksonville.L. the Dowling.guest of her cousin, Mrs. S. S. j Municipal Bonds 20000.00 Individual deposits subject to check 229,868.62 i '

M. Gray was a business visitor Banking House Furniture & Fixtures 9,265.19 Savings Deposits 71,053.84 :

to Jacksonville Monday :Miss May Peek, of Jacksonville, is I Tax Certificates 533.31 Time Certificates of Deposit 534.43 :
a the home of her brother
guest at ,
Other Real Estate 3911.65 Certified Checks 17.25
Oscar Andreu motored to Jacksonville C. L. Peek.

on business Friday. Cash on, hand and due from Banks 130,094.64 Cashiers Checks Outstanding 146.71 I

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson, of 327513.51
Total Total
$327,513.51 $
Messrs. E. C. Long and O. A. Price Jacksonville, spent :Monday. in Starke

spent Sunday n Live Oak.J. with relatives.
State of Florida

W. Andrews Sr. was a business Mrs N. E. Andrews, of Lacouchee Bradford CountyI

visitor to Lawtey Tuesday.W. is visiting\ Mrs. Barnum Johns! and
other relatives. Rawson J. Davis, Cashier of the Bank of Starke, do solemnly swear that the above state i

J. Epperson was attending to ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
business in Lawtey Monday I Nathan Brown, of Jacksonville, w ,
came Wednesday to visit It. A. Weeksat RAWSON J, DAVIS, Cashier '

Mrs. Harold Davis, of Ft. Myers, is Kingsley lake.: Correct-Attest: E. S. MATTHEWS, A. M. DARBY J. W. ANDREWS, Directors. ;
the guest of Mrs. O. J. Griffin.L. .
:Miss Irma Stilley, of Jacksonville, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of July, 1924.

H. Hill, of Lawtey, was a business is the guest of her parents, Mr. and D. E. KNIGHT Notary Public.
visitor to Starke Tuesday. Mrs Ben Stilley.
)

Miss Margaret Ennis of Tampa, is Miss Lu}?fa Baidacn of Jacksonville, We are constantly adding new names to our long list of satisfied patrons. Good service t

the guest of Mrs. J. W. Morgan.Mr. has ieen visiting her grandmother( courteously rendered tells the story of our success .
Mrs M. A. Baidsen. +

: and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent We invite others to make of our facilities with the promise that we will give
Sunday in Tampa with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Roberts, of Law. use you

toy, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs "bang up" banking service.

Powell and Frank Carpenter motored J. W. Andrews, Jr. --- .... ._--- --
to Jacksonville Friday evening.A. .
:Mrs H. M. Snyder has returned home '

A. Futch, of Hampton, was a after a pleasant visit in Jacksonvillewith I' BANK OF STARKE I Ii
business visitor to Starke Monday. Mrs. L. F. Emery. '


Walter Willis, of Tampa is the Miss Eva Rigdon and Mrs. J. L.

guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Corbett, of Plant City, spent Thurs E. S. MATTHEWS: President R. J. DAVIS, Cashier
day at Hampton Beach. i

Clarence Adkins, of New River, I is __ ._ ___ h. .. ._ . .h u. ... ._ __ .. .u_ _" .
and Alvin Beck are at =':= --- "r __... .. .. .
now employed in Mitchell's. drug store. Comer Long -- --- -- .-- ---- ----- --
Camp :McClellan a citizens train.n,: .- .

H. B. Wiggins: 'and family have camp near Anniston, Ala. R. S. Humphery exhibited an egg Mowing machines are at work on wood for some distance livyonil, Its '

moved into the Pettit house on South on the streets Wednesday morning the street and vacant lots around outward appearance. All trees that
street. Mrs. Nettie Sheram and son, John, that weighed 3 3-4 ounces. The hen town, cutting down the waist high I show a tendency toward: rosette shmild 'ENT-A-W
of Jacksonville spent last week with had probably heard of prices asked weeds. be removed as they will form a her

Miss Hannah Swindell is spending her sister, Mrs. T. C. Morris. for eggs and endeavored to give the boring place for dieback fungutt.

several weeks in Gainesville visiting ultimate consumer his money's worth. Misses !Florence and J IannetteIat! COLUMN
friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs.A. thews, Aileen Alvarez and Cecil Comforter TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .

C. Durden, of Tampa motored to I Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and :Miss of Charleston, S. C., motored This is to acknowledge tho midnight

G. K. Lewis of Mt.. Dora spent Sun Earlton Beach Tuesday evening. j I Elizabeth Brownlee returned last i to Gainesville Wednesday for the day. call Saturday, July 12, of thu members RENT Office next
FOR building
day in Starke visiting friends and re Thursday from a motor trip to Ash- of a nearby house )party. A m Hurry I -
latives. Mrs. J. L. Peek and children and ville and other places in North Carolina CEMETERY WORKING) ; AT KINGS. could not give them the reception the door to Stanncll's store at depot
Mrs. Peek's sister, Mrs. Wilson of Col. and Mrs. Futch have been. LEY occasion called for as I had retired Hue Mrs. K. H. Smith. 74tf.

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters Jacksonville are at Kingsley lake for' guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. T. sometime before they arrived and
I FOR 1,1't.OUI': yoke of oxon it
' Inez and Juanita spent Tuesday at several weeks. N. Limbuugh. All persons interested in Kingsley the dog was, much to his disgust, restrained Lnwley. FU. Daisy/ Pringle. 2t* q
Brooker. I lake cemetery are asked to be there from greeting them. Perhapsthe

Mrs. James Shepard and childrenare Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marks and the third Saturday of this month the above parties do not know that FOR HALH-Cheap, ono houstc ami

Aubrey Brinson, of Fiftone was a leaving today* for Ellajay Ga., Miss Fannie Darby returned Sunday 10th) with tools for clearing and beautifying such calls come under the head! of 'lot close to I'nrk. Mr. Bertha Carillon -
i recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.. where they will spend the remainder from a trip to Washington and Balti- the grounds. Bring baskets tresHpuss. and can bo dealt with accordingly 0:12.1&: !: St Minneaoplin Minn.
Corpenin. of the summer. more. Air.\ Marks returned Monday to and spend the day. and will be should the call It*
his home in lie Lund, and Mrs; Marks lie. repeated.! Ily the way, the names of

:Miss Irene :Mimms of Jacksonville, The Chace house on West Call w spending the week with her parents turnsr CHURCH BULLETIN. several of the party arc known and I'OK SALK;-A few thousand. Arkansan -

is the guest of Mrs. R. A. Weeks at street is undergoing extensive repairs Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. may be published should occasion. doman. Missionary. strawberry plants,
King lake. Messrs. Cooper and Moore looking The regular services of the churchWxll .!. $:.1.00) per thousand. Apply to Dr.
l4' after the work. J. L. Curbett of Plant City, motored he held on Sunday. Adv. KINGSI.KY "'" RK G. W. Brown, Lawtey Fla. 7-4-16

Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter, to Starke unit, spent the week-end, I.ant Sunday the bible school and iNOTII'E'
of relatives in Law Col. and Mrs. Adkir.i and children with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. He services. of worship worn largely at- } t.O'.Sl'-lletweim Lake Butler and
Lois last, were week.guests of Gainesville, will spend! -Ho weekend returned Monday( accompanied by his. tended., With the threatening weatherin Notice in hereby! given that the tux Starke, or :Starku /and Hampton
tey at Kmjr-'lcv) lake; with 1:01.! and wife and Miss Flowsie Rigdon, of the evening, a largo auitiencu collector's olflce will be closed from rim and 1 glass I to front light Studebaker -

Miss Marguerite Shriver of Brook Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Jacksonville, who have been spending Withered, for an old-time si lg. And now until Sept. l tilt, except on Mondays -I """t!<'lal six, Saturday morn-

the of Mrs. R. A. Weeksat several weeks here with their parent" everybody sang, especially the songs and Saturdays. All persons owing 1111(. Kinder phase return to W. J.
is guest
er, Kingsley lake. Mrs M. K. Edwards and daughter thrown upon the screen. Another. such !personal taxes will please cull, on one* I;:pperson. 7-I8-2t.

Miss liable, of Lawley, worn week- Mr. and Mrs, G. H. Bennett, who service will be held later. of these days and ,nettle name. If not :

Miss Inez Abernathy was the week end visitors of Col. and Mrs. A. Z. have a cottage at Kingsley Park, hndas The Bible school muuts at U:4i! a. m. paid by August 4th execution. will beIxxueil. MMU i'IIATTKNIKSatwholusuleprlcuWeHtiiighouHc
th following followed. the morning service WeHtiiighouHc High (trade guaranteed -
Gussie Mae Bennett AdkiiiH at Kingsley lake. guest Thursday afternoon < by at
of Miss
end
guest E. W. Ford buleri.'s
AYES, Ilil.ftO.) KaguUr
party: Misses Hannah :';wan- 1'1' :fJO.) U. Y. P. U. at 7:00: p. m., and
at Kingsley lake.Chal'h Tax Collector.The retail 22.nO.: Mhippoti chargedready .
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan and dell, Inez Abernathy, Thelma Andrea, evening service at .8:00.: Everybody price
Larsen who has been visit children, Elmer, Glenn and Charles Mrs. I del la Hazpn of Stuart, Messrs. I will be pleased to know that the gory --nuto--hall done away with the for cur. tend remittance. with i
order C. O. D.
for motor tripto O. A. Anruu, E. C. Long, O. A. Price Sunday will be conducted by or we ship express
tomorrow a
ing relatives here, left Sunday for his will leave Icemen proud young father who lined to roll I'enlnnular. Rli: <.rtrlc Co., Jacksonville
Lakeland.Mrs. Waycross, Ga. and Wilson, N. C. and John llazen. member of the Billy Sunday Club, of his own.--Tamp" Tribune.
home in !Flit 7-IH-4t.
JuckHonvi e. These men are also

: C. W; Liddon went to Jacksonville Mrs. T. C. Morris and children, Reports from the Citizen's Military memberx of the Brotherhood of Sure, "draft money In tho next -FARM IJA 1:<.aN--!Maka me an offer

\ Monday I afternoon to visit her Colson and Martha, returned Tues Training Camp at Camp McClellan, Christian Workers and are accomplishing war!" But in tho meantime, draft on my 'M acre farm about 1.4 Improved

daughter, Mrs. G. W. !Mozo.E. day from Jacksonville, where they Anniston, Ala., tell that Florida as a much good by visiting churches common) .sense to get along amicably l-room house, barn wagon
visited Mrs.\ Morris brother, A. M. whole is very well represented again uf all denominations within reasunuhl with other nations and choerk the shod thicken house and well. Funded -
this-year but only two young men (> reach of the rity. wire fencing. Lion next to "
Darby. hog
S. Matthews was in Dade City causes. of war.-Orlando Sentinel. !
business connected with from Starke, Comer Long and Alvin Bring your families and friends, Yorbough'M farm F. E. Aldrich, 22

Tuesday the Florida on Railroad Commission. Mrs. James McBride Warren and Beck, are there. They report that they anti share in tho !good things uf the I Now they are talking about Flor East: (Union S.t, Jacksonville Fla.
little Dorothy Alvarez, who have been are well pleased and are progressingnicely. day. ,' 7-IH-71.
ida's winter show, down In the southern .. ..
several weeks at Kingsley I ----- ---- -- -- -
Whitehead, of Law- spending of the but what
Miss Rebecca part state we are OLD roLONY Lute Insurance Com-
Jacksonville for a .MARK\ I'KCAN; THE1'nUT: !
in Starke lake, have gone to
is spending several days interested In hero near the beachex -
tey up I.Rny..f Chicago, Illinois offers
IIA\K( lIJ1on.CK'Ii: II I'UUNKTIIOSK :
Jr.
entertainedthe
A. Colley. few days. Mrs I. A. Davis
with her sister, Mrs W. Is. Florida's summer. xhow.-Palat- agents a wider Held and Increased
following house party last weekat : TREKS :'Ii IXT1.1.: .
ka News. opportunity by writing man, woman
Monday Mrs. J. :M. ;Mitchell, Mrs. O. L. her Kinirsley lake cottage: Mimes, -
returned .
:Miss. Lucile Mitchell of Hit-buck may bo controlled by pruning I ---------- -- I and child from ages 0 to 60 on the
from Jacksonville, where she was Beasley and Mrs. A. C. Durden. of Agnes and Dorothy WiilUmn, of : out the dead wood and burningit I Bad leg!t hit inn and, "exorbitant I .,annual semi-annunl or quarterly
were spend the day guests sonville, Misses Rite
the guest of Miss Margaret Pomeroy.Mr. Tampa lake .hO-k'j according to specialists uf the Florida prices and l wages anthe xnnie thing; premium plan, for amount going
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, at Kingsley Mollie and Elizabeth Ilardce of
Experiment Station. The dixtiiixu that is, they lire "equivalent' to prohibitivo last Wednesday. nandina. lIesldoll! the uut-of-town
: and Mrs. Chas. Shephard, of I 11 not easily recognized when the trees coots i Fundamentals" are while for adults the limit U $30-
IIEatardspent! Sunday In Starke with and sister. Mrs. guests, a number of Starko girls alto I arc in the dormant stage so it ix. ad- sound und tiusiri-"* will, h. rood: ( un- .. 000. As the Company write also
D. E. Knight Mrs. Davis'
Mrs. enjoyed hos.it.illty.
P Mpare! "' -, ?!r. and Mrs. James Shep- of Lakeland, llolim | vixable to go over the trees in thesummer U'HS prnspe.t.'. t* are n" ill rrtl ,i/ed by I Hub-standard Hk. our agent have
Larson
Charles I IOhl"
ard. Charles Larson and mark all that show any avoidable! niMtjik. Journal 1 (Lorain, very few rejection. Tho Company
and Paul Knight and of the week ft the first
and sons, Hollis Jr. spent Louis T. Jarmon, Dr. and Mm Hed- able out '!lily in thus locality
Mrs. D. E. Knight at Kingsley I ake. !grower i ia to prune quit I for a good producer
!
and Paul, Mrs. Charles Larson and :Morgan cottage hick, of Palatka. motored here Sunday end) thouroughly all the diseased wuud. -'s I It-

son, Charles Jr., are spending awhileat and were guests of Mm. A. E.: Pecan dieback In a fungus. disenv, j'Ye
Cecil Comforter, of Charleston J.1.; .
Miss Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. the ,
lake. which
I III recognized by
Kingsley ( presnnreet
S. C., is the guest of :Miss Flort Brownlee. Judge Long, Dr. and Mrs. minute, black crusts embedded in /J.vt' Proven
>nc. Matthew Miss Comforter and Heddrick returned to Palatka Sundayevening it Good For 666I.
home cracks
Mrs. L. V. Moore: returned somewhat elongated or ruptures -
1UISIatthews: were school mates at but Mm Long Mrs. Jarmon ,
Jacksonville, where in the bark of the dnienx-'d'
Wednesday from the Woman's College Tallahassee. and little Mica Annie Long are spending I. a prescription for M.Urs!: Chill
staying with her daughter. limbs and dead twigs. Toward the'
she. Bertha has been,!who recently underwent an the week at the Brownlee home. buff at the diaea.edtwilC the bark often and Fever, Den/se! or Biliou Fever.It .

v operation for appendicitis at St.Vin- MM. O. L. Beaslev returned Monday rim a water-soaked, waxy appearance kill the >ira*.
cen t's hospital. from a trip to Tampa and was REGISTRATION HOOKS OPEN and there is usually a definite ---- -

accompanied home by her: mother, margin between the infected and healthy ................,.IJW CCIt)
I The registration books of the town
Durden who is
"'" Mrs. A. C. ,
.
Joe Truby was a visitor to Jacksonville the week with her daughter. of Starke, Florida, will be open at the tissue. COFFINS & CASKETS
Numerous shoots often start
spending
the high- i young Your father and cnndftuhur kn..w
Friday, and while on office of the Town Clerk, from July
l l out farther back on the bran'h..sw1cb and truiMit Wlnteramith'a t.hlllToole : Ao4 a Full Line .,
- way between Macclenny and Jacksonville 10th to August 9th inclusive, for the'egistration / )ut ..mother ma-i ,.tI.....attAwy
"stepped on it." Joe is now convinced :Mrs.. 0. J. Gr.lT-n! had as week enJ of elector.. / have been partly killed, and anth know and .or U with .horjluteonrtdanc Und ,'oA...' Supplttt
can out guests her si ter, Mrs. vV. J OrifTin'! <- disease preadi these shoots. become ,I, *. For.youn*'sad nfrf It ba G -
that a motorcycle cop C. A. FUTCH reliable eatt-in ]ana preeertpttnnl
of Jacksonville, and Miss Ethel Griffin infected and later die. From mole .under one formula for M ..,.. AUTOMOBILE OEABSKA
his flltver, Registration officer of the town of
run ,i i 'who is nttjnd'-n; the summer Starke. 7-ll-2t the..e clusters of abort branches die- The remedy for malarial eruf attest */. M ...... The 'beet set.
chool of the Vn'vtrnitjr' of Florida balk ill i often mistaken for rosette.However flu.tu..nder'V.g.c.u.ntt..b.a.r....,.. includim rfeneue- 81..,for"In. tea at the bract price. 8p.

Mrs C. II. Williams and daughters Gainesville. j in the case of dieback there .n., ....Un. 111.._. Popular etae, del attention to UUfnph er-
Jeannette and Francis, who have been JSAFE of j \VXr.mammoth elxe. All dru"xarea.I .
Starke J is no deformity or crumpling .... er*. Jteclder8tl IlIIbelr.DeWr !:
several weeks in Wtater-hfc C. C., I..
.rending lake with Mrs. G. H. Dynamite was used Tuesday to dislodge -' URELEWISEYEWATER east.., which Is one of th common > lewmlle.Kewtedie 'h -
Sd Kingsley
Thursday for her homein the roots of an oak tree on ":mptom of rosette. T C. JONES
Bennett left atreet. The Toot interfered In pruning for dieback it i III neeesxary Wintersmith'sChill
accompanied by Madison
:Macon. She and was family, who will with placing of the concrete curbing: ;' to cut back the branches well Tonic L STARKE. FLA'W" 1 G

s Mrs. Bennett the balance of the summer in and the tree had to be removed. Two i! tw-.nd the visibly diseased! area, fog .-- j "_ l
spend charges were used. the fungus often penetrates in the v

the Georgia city. _.. I
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I PAGE SIX BRADFORr COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 18. 1921

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1'- --- I'!!! IF YOU HAVE s\\ I ago" there is Indication of one or two :!I|i The collections from this source of ( effect May 11, 1924)

1 r ;..."..Pil.' SLclcH..d.. .h..Co-l,. ,l I thing Either farm owners are "stif i(| state revenue have shown a gradual Southbound-

IF' FARMERS I Bow-l. Dunib .. Sour fening up," after a period of more or increase since the law became effective No. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m.
and Belchmn food dooa
FARMING your not
', and ..ImiUl. you b... no .pp Ut.. I' less such depression demands ,for or their they are land,finding from reaching a mark of $325,036.07 No. 3, 11:02 a. m.

would-be purchasers, as to induce for the month of March.\ The collec- No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.

II FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE: \\butt's!!!!: .Pills&T,, : them u healthy to advance xign.their Prosperous prices. Eitheris farm- ing tions amounts by months have show been that received the follow-fruit NorthboundNo.No. 15, Limited"':' 1:10: p. m.

i AliriCI.ES OF FARM EXPERIENCES:I; AND ME1IIOOS FOUND ers-the country can't have too manyof I 2 reaches Starke 5:08: a. m.

10 HE JUST SUITED l TO OCR; COLNTYEXTRACTS ; :. Furthermore, the tour haH become I them. Fair prices for good land always 1- the various oil companies: No. 4, 4:26: p. m.

I a continual: procession, for Ford deal- are in order.-Live Stock Record July, 1923 u_ _____. -$ 108,875.10 No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.

ers along the way are joining in escorting August, 1023 _____n 222,66-.83
dock; of I the from PERISHBLE CROP OF 'r 1923 .._ 204,021.50 No. 16, Limited 5:57 p. m.
: build at coat $200,000. car town to town, September, n
:
4I I FROM COUNTY -=- and parades ore varied and unique in THREE STATES BEING October, 1923 _______ 244,010.07 Wannee BranchNo. -

I jl\1\: \ AGENTS' KEPOKiS Fort Pierce Summer building make-up. MOVED TO SALE CENTER November, 1923 _____ 264,871.54 101 leaves. Starke 7:45 a. m.

I S program! totals $175,000. i. A feature is the appearance of oldj i of the heaviest December, 1923 ___u 208,478.37 I No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.

\ i New Smyrna-Cond-Howcll Lumber Ford cars. In one Pennsylvania town I Philadelphia of perishable-One fruits and vegetables January, 1921 _______ 8l8, 20.59 T. J. GRIFFIN

j.It I St. Johns-At a meeting of the Company erecting olfice building. Ford Model T No. 100 an old "Tourabout" crops in recent is now being February, 1921 -_uu 278,800.01 Agent

I Hastings Chamber of Commerce a I I joined In the parade and an- years Dcleware and March, 1924 _nn 825,036.07!)
the Jacksonville Florida Machine moved from Maryland, 1924 ___ __ Habitual Constipation cured
I I t full discuniiiun wall given subjectof other town turned out Model T No. : to rail- April, _n 302,084.01
Peninsula according
1 I I more cows on the farm. L, M. Works receive order for 35 tons of 1054, both demonstrating Ford efficiency Virginia In 14 to 21 Days

: I : .\ Rhode, State market commissioner, steel castings. and endurance by running road officials here. Total -------------$2,666,250.88: "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is! a specially

I J. M. Scott, dairy specialist of the right along with their ten millionth The strawberry cropnow just pas- Two thirds! of the three-cent tax prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habi tUit'

,, Experiment Station and W. E. Stokes, Sanford-Two large business blocksto brother. I sing Its peak, promises to bu one of money is turned over to the road de- Constipation. It relieves promptly bu
I.) should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 d d\ ,
be constructed. record. It is estimatedthat
of the Experiment the largest on and one-third is distributedto
(, forage crops specialist Night stops are featured with motion partment, to induce regular action. It Stimulates 6nI: I

... Station gave spludid talk in Bradentown-Contract let for erection pictures shoving the assembly on : the full crop will run well over the counties, each Retting:( an equal Regulates. .. Very Pleasant to Takj. 6IX.
.
i favor of more cows on St. Johns county of building to house Southern June 4, of the Ten millionth Ford car 3,500 cars. amount, regardless of population. per bottle.

J farms. Utilities Company's big new plant on in the great Highland Park plant of This year's potato crop which follows -

i .k Manatee river.JackMonvlle. the Ford Motor Company at Detroit. closely on the strawberry move-
le i \"alton-Have had a heavy shipping favorably NOTICE
Motion also being taken ment, promises to compare very Notice I. h..b" given that Jut .
j of this week. The fruit pictures are following d..crl..d lenis will be sold at public auction
t$ of l peaches Federal Reserve along the route so that a complete with crops of previous years,, on the FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST 1924 It belne the 4th day of said! month bcoror" i I' "
U very fine and finds( u ready market Bank moves into new $300,000 home. and it is estmated that 20,000 cars will Courthouse Door .t S..rke. In B.lIord. eeunty. State of Florida er .0 much thereof a.
t Will begin shipping movie history of the tour will have will b. necessary, to pay the amount duo fOr taxes set opp..l the came. together with ne
i at a good, price. I been made by the time the car reachesthe be required to carry it to the consum- ,oat of such sate and .dvanl.loc. E. W. HAYES Tax Collector
: grapes this week. Our fruit acreage Siiracota-Forty-one tract purchased Coast. ing centers. The heavy cantaloupe

and crops fays( Walton will win. I for subdivision purposes. West prop, together with apples, peaches, D..rlptlon era. R. Tares
/, _! __!o.__ Owner 011: Cosa. .
I ; of tomat.oes' Hradentown Contracts totaling No Worm In a nealthy Child pears and general produce, will begin
1 Madison-Two cars the are harvested. All SWV of NE'4 S of River _____83 8 19 20 R. T: Taylor __________________ 61.
after
were shipped to eastern markets this $150,000 awarded for civic improve All children troubled! with Worm have an unbraJthy moving potatoes S'v of SEV4 of NEVi Nli of

\ have been moving by ments. color. wbkh Indicates poor blood and aa a rEy ____"_"___ ___ 1 1 19 100 O. B. Coliion _.___.____________ 3l 46
I week. Tomatoes rule. thfre. ka more or I ewe stomach d lturbaoce.I.oKOVE'S I Fruits and produce from Florida,, w'y, :of NW'l: A NWl4"of""sWVi _- S 7 19 120 C. M. Andrew ____m_____.__ 3730
the carload for the past three weeks. TASTELESS CHILL TONIC no Kitu- Elsv No'U ?rj *
for the coming County Fair ,>"' Fort) Pierce-25-room addition to I 'larly fur two or three weeks wU> enrich tho blind.ImprovathacllimtioD.aDii Georgia and the Carolinas are also E'1' _. T 19 too J. V. EdwardaA. ________._______ 40 o12J
Plans NE4': ::.::::
t of NE' .
E'j .12M514 7 19 20 f). Gowen ...
I i being made. With a fine crop prospect Hotel Colonial to be, started at once. i Tonic.,the whole .ynt actaa.m.a fl Narurn ncralSircodtnenlnn wilt then- coming North in considerable volume. of Nt.1, _----__:::::::::::-13 7 10 40 D.: M. MalphurJTTnknown :---:::::::::::: 659
WI. NK'; E'' "r
ni atswi NWh "
I in sight u good fair is assured. The Jacksonville :: Atlantic boulevard I thaw! nfT rr dispel' the wnrips.and the Child will I baInperfrrthealth. GAS TAX PRODUCES THREE MILLIONS of Nw4 ___________._ .i3 1 19 200 _....._______.___-82.11
County Commissioners made the necessary Pleasant .. ...*..";.Of. ne !v>'tI. REVENUES FOR EV, of NEli ____ ______?_____I"l4 1 19 40 Vnknown .__ _________ 12.73
I 'I I Bend being improved. I OF I 8V. of S'-4' or.SWIj, ______________84 5 20 60 W. E. Yarborrongh __.________ H25eat
i I', I appropriation to an exhibit AN ENCOURAGING' REPORT STATE S'4 SW'', of SB'; ___________.38 8 20 20 M. C. Rnulvrnon ...____________
t i j to Tampu in February. i Bartow-Contract let for construc- I IN" of NE'i' 011:011: NE''', of NWI!.. 1 8 20 80 M. C. Raulenon ..---------___ 2413
1 j ;ii-, auditorium. income from NEW of SE'4' : all SEV: of NEVi
of civic Florida's
tion
$49.000 Tallahassee
several points in the Farm land In Florida is increasingIn S of rood .. ------ -------.---- 1 8 20 53 O. B. Moody -----.----._______ n.81Nw
I Polk-visited value Agricultural Statistician the three-cent a gallon gasoline tax SEl. of SEli __- _-_- to 6 20 40 M. J. Sapp ........__________._ 12.81
county with Mr.Springer, extensionEntomologist Tampa-Contract to be let for Installation says than three million I N', of SEV. of 4--i--EM "of;
tar of the of llillsborough river water Sam T. Fleming! who keeps pret- will reach more Sw'i' a .n SW'* of SEV4 8 fwtj
I' making a survey close tag on what is going on dollars for the first year of operationof mill I branch 8 20 120 R. 1. Sapp _..___._______.__. 8088
i aphis on citrus. We found, this insect plant. ty the law levying the tax, passed by of sw --IIIIIIIIII""II"n 6 20 dO M. J. S.pp _.._..____.___.__._. 24.18
throughout the agricultural sectionsof Com at NW cor of NWJ4 of NEll
attacking the tops of young growth. the legislature of 1923. The amount Vi run S 220 yda to wire fence
votes $000- In his March Mr.
fi Mulberry-Polk county the state. report, thence E toMcKinney branch
:
for the first ten I
I Osceolu-Seed beds for fall plant- 000 road bond issue.TampaDredging. Fleming says : paid into the treasury thence N along uH! branch to tee
and planted. months beginning with the first of line, thence W on mid line to ba .12 t 20 it Jew Hodges __._____.___.__.. 10.61
prepared
ing are being channelat "Farm land values show a general I and Com at SW cor of NWV4 of NEU
27-foot :>
t Strawberry plants are being reset to increase This factis last July totaled $2,666.250.88, A run N 220 : to fence,
over a year ago. tr"K nlr\
municipal terminals completed.St. the figures for the remaining two thence E to ; '
make plants for fall planting of particular interest, just at this below thence S alona' said branch to S
months of the year can drop line of NEH of NEVi.! thence W

I Putnam-Interest is growing in the Petersburg-Two bridges to be time when a reported decrease might the income for the first month the to hew ------ ._.12 8 n 28 M. L. Crews ..._______._u_____, 10.SI
farmers are constructed within city limits. have been expected from a hasty survey three-cent tax was collected and still All NEV, of SEI4 E ot branch _.12 6 20 20 L. L. Johns ._....___._________ 883
farm campaign.Many of conditions in many sections of REV': of Nwu ---------____" __12 8 20 40 M. L. Crews ________.._______ 1231
.j adding 'a few cows to the total above the three mil- SWt4 of SWU I 20 .
5f contemplating for returns. Tampa-Building being remodledfor the state. The values of farm lands bring NWVJ of NWi,; -:::::::::::::IIIIIIlJNEt'of ::: : 20 0 40 W.. W.M.: Sapp HudteaO. .__:::::::::=::::: 12 12.81 SI

{ + 1 their farm projects quick Beach Park Company. have been dropping rather steadily lion mark. NEI' lei 4 a !In SE 00' __U 8 20 74 B. J. Sapp __________________ PI8
---' SW'4 ______16
6 20
-- -- -- 40 Samuel W. Brown _____... 12.31
I.ake--Cltrus trees are making an of since 1921 in connection with the .rCalomel All S''y of Iota 11-12 S of New

New Smyrna-Steady growth general adjustment to postwar condi River -----------____________10 a 20 28 W. W. Cummer _______________ 1$ 89
Lake is busy
excellent growth. county reflected in demands made SEt, of SE'4 .. ____________Jo
6
city upon ----- 20 4'') L. L. Johns __._______________ 1231
'
.i building hard surface roads. Many and tions. They seem to have "gotten All I So'rt S*'' <"4 SWWswi4
for
electric plant lights River !
Ij have been let. city pow where they were going in in that direction Good --_- _-----a 20 94 W. W. Cummer ____.__________ 67.11
building permits of sw i" IHII"__________.. 6 !0 _
er. ai 40 L L. Johns ...__..______. 12.31
f. a year ago and an increaseover I I SF'of NE'. ---------__________- 6 20 40 Johnson Kelley _____________ 15.21
DuvalThere will be 'one of the bent Lake Worth-Contract let at $181- 1923 values is reported for 1021 SWI(4 I of NE'i, NWV4 of SE ..iAS'j
( ( of SEV4 __ _, 5 20 100 J. S. A B. J. _______
has mad but Next Dose f'Exo -- Keller 89.41
that this county i r23
:' corn crops 018.48 for construction of south Lake for all classes of farm land except of 1 a in NE cor '

ry in several years. Improved varieties Worth inlet. poor low-lands, which do not show an 'I eharoh -------______ ___.__21 5 20 79 0..... Kelley Eat _______________ 21.44
Nt, of SWL, ______________
a 33
have done remarkablywell I ------ a 20 80 Frailer Kelley ___.______.__.2414
of bunch grapes increase. Sty of NE1'. of SE S 3 6 20 20 Joseph Strrlcks' 038
I, here this year, and the few local Sanford-$23OOO Masonic temple to what Statistician may SalivateIt lot 0 of ilk I 1* In Ne--------------3;; : 0 eo Jessie Matthews: -:::::::::::_ 3.42:
.5 well pleased. be built. I tin Assuming that txil. 4-li of bib 24 In New River __23 6 20 B. J. Sapp ___________________ 1.51
growers are Flemming( says is correct, as there Lola 10.12 of blk 27 In New Rlv.

I" is for bellevlnthat it NET "of! 8Wrf"Ex"l"VTn"NW"cor24for 6 20 T.;nknown .______........._ 1,34Wallac
,; Hamilton-We are still moving Bradentown-Three large business every reason ,
and in cur lots. to be erected. assuming that he reports correctly 1 I. Mercury, Quicksilver, school ---------------------2? 0 20 89 Nedd ___.__________ 12.81nor.i.r
1 watermelons tomatoes buildings SRI ._. _.._ __ ,,,
27 6 20 ____
Sy I AM tobacco curing burns are running that Florida "form land values Shocks Liver and Attacks An\ j 3'4-nlnthi- -- Interest- In- 40 E. W. Edwards ________ lUl

i them have been Pf'n..acolll-OOl feet of bulkhead at how a general increase over a year Your Bones tho following dvecrlhcd property
of
q full blast. Many I I towlt The SWM, of NE'4 A: NWl
I, filled twice. lluylen wharf to be paved. A NR1of SWV --------______oa 8 20 240 S. N. Johns Sr. Eat. ________ 29.1S
RHEUMATISM ENDEDDon't An undivided Sty ninths interest
') contracts awarded in Flor- I i in the following described .
t H Building Calomel salivation Is humble. It proper-
Hillaborough-Very few aphis scholarship on ida during May amounted to $11- suffer any longer from rheu I swells. the tongue. laoaena the teeth and I NVr'orSV, ?.''' '"' *__*_;,_?! _NW____*_._*_.. e
citrus trees here now. Held matism. Why endure such intense It 20 830 S. N. Johns Sr. Est _________. 347S
of this 533: 000. in the muscles nerves and tarts rheumatism. There's no reason I W'I or SF" ------____________..2n 8 20 40 L. L. Johns __......._____._- 13.11
examinations Tuesday pains why a person should take sickening, salivating NF.' of NFW --------___________83 II 20 40 J. T. Ri aves __..______________ 11.11
week. This county (fives two scholarships the: Quinine luai buts trw / n... i. joints? calomel 1 when a few cents buy a a W'F.I',, or or NE'1', & NE"' of SRI' _.02 8 20 80 D. J. O. Green __..___._____. 28.84.US
The poisons! of rheumatism are NF.li a NW'i'& N'r of
to the State College of Agriculture Brranafl nf Its contr! ',nri< lnT.tiva rtTtTr. t tAllvl. carried in the blood. LEONARDI'S large liottle of Uodson's Liver Tana-apprfiTt SW' ffw NWt 0' !lE'-j 8 20 Ron J. T. Roavea ..___...___._____. .10
OiiinoHVill, Florida. I. JIKOMO yU.MNK: (Tnb.tl> cau U lakeubv substitute for calomvl. It ia apleasant WI or ', & NE14 of SW4.$4 8 20 120 Sclunta Sterrlck -_________..8608
4tlyimf without cuiltilnil I ncrvmiNncnr rr.r'nitloi! ELIXIR FOR THE BLOOD com- vegetable liquid which will N'E'/' ____on ------6- 20 100 Frank Murphy __________.._. 4791
-liililE.rY.CKOVKSallil< uni'iab.< 51. bats these poisons, drives them out stlrt'our liver just a* surely( an SIor' S''. of SW'4 or NW'4 ?__S4 8 20 10 Ura Johns .....___u______.842
ONE IN TEN: NW'i\ ____ ____________
of the system. The rheumatism ralonifl but dnrnn't make lick 2 7 20 ISO I.aao Williams _______.____. 40,41
; Neglecting n littlo wound, cut or nl>ro- TEN=" MILLIONTH\ FOUU( PAUAIlE vanishes. You about I it you All Ex NWi' of NWW a 7 SO 800T H. S, Warren ........_________.187,87
t. can go your and can not salivate. NWI of XEl: 4 NEVi of'NWii'I 4 20 80 Henry Shaw ____________. Z5.8S
Ion of tho !lush in nino < out often ''S'' .
may ciu s NE' ?
daily tusks freely happily.LEONARDTS Calomel is a dangerous drug besidtt SF.I, 01 NW1 A
cause no great suffering or iiiconvoni- "Watch for the Ten Millionth Ford"has ELIXIR FOR i It make fed weak sick andnauseated IR'E'0 nf SW' & SWIG of 4 7 20 240 Mrs. Mary B. Thomas _______. BUT
pace, but it in the one CIO in ton that become a slogan along the Lincoln THE BLOOD does more than this' may tomorrow.you Don't loa, a day'swork. Lot& of 11 Sot Ex\ 2 a Iota(n SEcor 7'A B A.I..It.IL.Naof ? 7 20 40 L. M. WatersA. ________________. lUOI

causes blcxx pn ningt, "lockjaw or a Highway. for It builds! new strengthand Take a spoonful of Dodnon' I lilt 12 __ -T 7 .
20 its __ -
you. -- ----- -- --- A. Haien __ ________. 88.88
The I
chronic restoring 1101'<' cheapest, of lot 12 Ex I lot 80 ft .
vitality. It's use insures against Liver Tone instead: and will wake l is' E'A W b"
little the you up
safest and bout course" IK to disinfect tho The sturdy car, crossing of attacks. feeling great. No salts Your 210" N A S In SW ror -------7- 7 20 40 G. C. BevlII _____.________.____ 28,14
recurrence / nrcpaanry. INW'I A NEll' nr SW
wound with Ituroioiio and apply continent from New; york to San % Ex 1 In
li1l1i,1 Try LEONARDI'S ELIXIR druggist, "" If don't find Dod.on'sLiver SE cor for school! _________.!._.
ys you I
tho llorozono to romplcto tho Francisco is in true Ford 7 20 100 A. B. Shaw _____.__________u 8427
performing FOR THE BLOOD now. Refuse Tone acts nrttrr than treacherous' NWI' i of SW',, 8 7 20 40 A. A. Haion ...____.__________ -8221
' I drilling! process Price (liquid) 30r 60o style, maintaining a schedule which substitutes. At all druggists. calomel your money is waiting for you. I SEM of SE'V", _" ." X j 7 20 40 John C. Cone ..._____________ 1950
s and 120. owder SOo mid tiOc.( Hold. by will lind, it crossing Illinois and Iowaon NI, of SW", of 8WH E Clti"E"a"* __ 8 7 20 I' 0. M. Bovlll __________________ 1811
12 of blk 1 In wVrd ..-.__ t 7 20 F'o' ham Ward ..____________ 1.09
ALL DRUGSTORES the third week's lap of its cross- (11."t t 11.JO.21 of Mk 8 In Word City.: 8 7 20 Malnra Seals Co. _.______.___ 84)
I I-2-S.4 of bib I Id In Ward ,
I country run. City T 20 H. P. Galney ___..._____._____ 190
It has. become something of a sensation W 5n ft of "f"iiei"bik"f"ln"wrd

FI.OK1UA WEEKLY IN. along the great national road 1 tof City 8..7""of"ilJi"'i"o'__ln___"wrt 7 20 Dr. A. E. RuaiellMn. ___._..____ 7.10.

i DUSTKIAL REVIEW way and is. being\ welcomed with enthusiastic No Car City of "" fI 7 20 Mlllor Galney __________u 1145
'. demonstrations everywhere. Lot 1 blk'si'lS'wVM'citV"I ____ i 7 20 S. V. Andrews ....___________ 13.19
All hlk 21 Ex lot 7 In Ward Cit,: _. 8 7 20 Bloxham Ward .._____.___.._ 8.07
S t 1't'I1I'acolaCounty highway pave Accounts. of the tour si> far, during Com. nt NE car of J. A. AhhottanvMonee
lot A E IS ft S
mn
ing work progressing rapidly which; the car traveled from New: ft W 74 ft N 24 to beg 'In SBV 240''

> t York down through New Jersey and of SW'' A 7 20 G. M. Bevlll 17.21
I \ Chuluota-This section being developed westward across the mountains in Like It S'SWtf"r "Wli i 11\\"'i"or_---------------p NW4 ;.. W'o''' 7 20 40 John C. Can ____________ 1050

for early truck growing. Pennsylvania and out over Ohio and !IWI, 'E. 4 a S of }I" ..___n____ .e 7 20 BB Mn Ella Lewis .._""" ___ I" 00

S l\lIaml-l\Ilnml Daily News putting Indiana show that city, country and SF'.ill .NW'of 'Ni, BWV a ,N14 q or.r"S 4u, .E. 9 7 20 8 A. B. Shaw _u_"_"______"_: 238It"

r, 15-story olTlce building. state officials are joining with residents l- NE'' .IIrht, "I way ____uu_______ 9 7 SO inn H P. name _____.__________. n.n1
up of NW"
of communities in welcoming : SO miles and : & W14 of NWI10- 7 : 120 H. P. Ralney _-- 80.11
their 4Z horsepower st': "' f SWt'' -.--- ----------- _: 7 J0 Kamp Padgett ..........=:: 12.96:
i Graceville watermelon crop the ten millionth addition lo I I'IW'f WI4 of W of
more an hour-hour after hour 1-\\ :' "r I E" S 2 a -____--11 7 20 44 E.': J. Dye! Ent. ______________ 18.14or
t r. ,1 best In history of district. the great Ford family, Particularly SW' NWL. ---________________14 T 20 81 H. P. Warren ___________u__ \2.
demonstrative were the receptions in -without over-heating-without NT''. f.SE'SW14\ -- -_ -----_ ______.14 7 20 40 A. n. Shaw ._____..._____ 10,15
;, Ok.eechobee--Jo'iCty carloads of ties vw. of I _._..___-15 7 20 40 IL P. Gamey _.___________ \21'5
Philadelphia and Pit'!- hllr rho At tholatter loss of -<:\\ of REti 4 "SEV"oY SWL lees. '

ordered tor construction of Florida city the parade! drew up at the powerwithoutcarbon I 'I l 1" acrNf .-. ----_____-___ ______-IS 7 29 70 Hardy PadirMt _____________ 22 Al
j! I Western &'1 Northern railroad; tics be- city hall >where Mivir> :Me3n, and cleaning On: .,. ,n of In NW SE'4;Cor lees|' of s NW o 4, of;--NWII4--._-1 7 20 84 1(. P. Galney ________._______ 11.25
I I
creek ;
ing laid from Taylor's west. oth..rIt:: official eel 'ndri' a ho.itty IF"r' had.,; N a 8 b, 33 yds E & W1e 1 20 1 John C. Cons ____________ 1 11
SEll; & E M a 01 W14 ot
: LP Jacksonville-Work started on construction welcome. And at the end of a long sustained high speed, I NF:-. _--_- ....__________11 7 10 110 .fohn C. Cone __________ 40.40
of bridge across Big Fish- your motor will! be cooler, will need less water I F.W'f' ,.f -S\V'IWI., of of NW NW- ----------__ T 20JO: If. L. Lewla ___.____________ 10.AO

weir creek. than any similar sized poppet-valve engine. I tl.ot: : -_--_ --: __-_::::::::::::17 35 7 7 13 50 In C.1C. N.C. Brunlna Shaw ._.--_-::=::::::::: 22.60 2550

t4MSPiRN III''y'. of SSE' SE'1 ot SW.!::! ____22 7 20 120' John W. Lewis ______....__ Eli

r his.immee-Construction of two This engines power curve keeps climbing up i I r'q,.f of -86tt---___..___Sw'4______or_- 7 20 DO24 a. L. Prescott .... ______ 2202.w

'. school buildings being rushed to com \ while' the power of a poppet-valve car is drop- of SEl, -..- ------_____..- 7 20 40 W. P. Byrd ______I"_________ 1109t
\ -f NWi', of 8wry __..___ __24SI 7 20 20 101.... Martha Gatlln ____ 11.88
) pletion. ping oil Furthermore Willys-Knight is :' ...f or ______: ,
N-:1: : > -24 7 20 20 Matilda Gatlln ...________.. 1994
Dlanton'Icklnahou..e- destroyedby entirely free from those engine repairs which ;:, o rf Swv NEi l of lei Nlw a. l In-- :;;lirU 7 29 20 Henry Gatlln __________._. 7 11

fire last winter, to be rebuilt. make up 50% of the upkeep cost of practically I Fof f.;.,. church ------------________-, 7 20 71 Truman D. Dyad' _____________.. 25"4Richard
NE' "r XE" Nt;, ofof
t all poppet-valve cars It has no cams-no 'W... NEV "f mL{ ___ I 2S GrllTIs. ________.__ 7il
Sarasota-Street Improvement work eprings-to get out of order. A car you can 0soc t W' of NE'' ot NEB. __:_ a I R IS W. E. (riff, ____.__.__ 818
t rapidly at Valencia Ter- keep alter season. Take a ride today. F.j' .r or NE'I of NEH. _____...____11 II 11 20 J. "B. Roster _______________... liB 8
progressing 1 season I'' ,J ..f NE's NWL4 nr--NF'4:: -----a'6E41'ef12 II 11 80 J. B. Rosier ........_____ 14.U

race. S''NEL4, F.. 3 In "SE.: ear -______ is 21 4S 8. D Gordon ______. 1I.1T
of NE"
r for NW'4 a. I a In SE!:
Milton-100 acres pledged car of N\\'L\ of NWI' ________25 I !It 113D Mn. Ann W. Sapp 480

I4 strawberries next year. Say "Bayer Aspirin"INSIST WILLYS"KMIGHT SWL SWL. of of '.F.vEx 1 a for ehnre26 K It Unknown ...._______ 19.20
.tll ,., of wttv-, of"bra"nch; -A 25 II It 40 A. J. Cowart 12.82

ri "Jacksonville-Local Ford plant to IE' of !lW' -___-- -27 II It e0 W. B. 1IIollnn. 28.1.
NE'oe:
; Unless you see the SP1. of 1W:1 0Wt ----- ---i"iiimii2i i It 40 Dr. A. J. Johnson __ n,9S
TONIC r"s ,27 1 It 40 &!: D. Dyal ____ 12."
A ,
It "Bayer Cross" on tablets you NWi SWI( F.x,10 a off;( W;side,

k drove's Tasteless chill Tonic reewresEnergy are not getting the genuine .being n4 A 1 cnn" *wide' "Bla at N wide end mt aloe aRWI

and Vitality by Purifying and i or !lW'4 N or breach Ex:
When feel Usstrengthening. Bayer Aspirin proved safe by 2U. In NW eor ______________2) I 21 49 O. W. Dyad _______. ae.u
,
Enriching the Blood. you lM-C Mt t SE, nf NWIi'A' NW-4' ot SWy.
millions and prescribed by phy ((5II95 S of __
_
how ruer _
Invigorating effecte All N'., of 8EV4----*--N-- of 3Wi" g'A 6 21 40 T. B. HaadleyT. 1S.SJ1J8I

5' It brings color to the cheeks and how siclans for 24 years of Weer -------__-___-_____-___-6 11 40 B. Randier .
the appetite you will then lW'4 of NW --------___62 S 11 40 S J. Ret-later .__ __ U."
) it Improves Accept only a of NW h
C"-.J i'T..LI; ---_' 36 II 40 W. B KcKInu 12.81:
r appreciate its true tonic value. "f NJI' ---- --____x.36 1 It 40 W. C Clemens_____ 22.82

Groves Tasteless chill Tonle U simply 0LA1Baver package, NF.NEti;: flIf of SE'8F.tr ----------_-____________ ___-95__84 .6 .1 21 40 40 T.Empire J. Lumber Co. -_. ....11.81 1..tO

1 / Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. Sopleasant 1'lWt 1'lW'4( flIf flIf14 NW _- '-._..... s II 40 Mrs I.M J.. Gras-. 11.07
children like it. The bloodneeds which contains proven directions ___ 1 6 It 4' W. 00 12."
f WLh .f SWa---- '
even JIt1II1 f ___
-1 a 10 20 .
of Cotiwav Matthew" ...I_ __1L9I
QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Randy "Bayr" DOTM of 12 tablets Quigley-Overland Company SEL4 E / scot Nyt4; 1 nt SWL ; 1 6 n 10 Tom McBride ____ ___ ....
it. Destroys Malarial germ am'Grip Also bottles! of 24: and IOo-Drugjtl.t. Eer _____BEty_ a ni4- fof
Enrich: n_______ ____ 1 6 180
.. .5.14
Mess .
Invigorating t6. ti ..... *\\4 sWl' : Matife Ldw.rd.V
by Its Strengthening.& & the IncU mart or Ban STARKE FLORIDA = J. "
germs 4ctute ot W.tlc.ew..ter .t 1I.IIcU..14. t, of !!8.: 1697N11r14
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JULY 18. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN

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neaerlDtion A. Owner___ k.. c..t.10f I _DeeeripUen.__ eee. T. R.. A. Owner 4%.. Coeta r n..I'rlptl !I.... T. ,R. R. Owner It ('..1.


SW\. ___.___.._______.___-11 8 I n 80 A. IL Ak.... ..------------- IQ 8a I E'. of lot 17 In Woodlnwn .....81 B 22 1 If. H. Pormentar ..___________ SB8 I Lob 8-8.7 of blk 6n' t.lnCOn Clt! In

SW1'Ng\ of 8E'4_____------------U__________1 1 8 81 81 21 n. M. Crosby --. ......- 8'10 Lota 25-40-41.42 In Woodlawn __..81 C SI 40 W. J. Stalling.Mn. _________... .. 19:49 ', 3'4 or SEI4' W of ICy __ .. ..___.A9 aa Ed. J. Johuon ._______00____ 115/
of & _.. < 40 At,. 81.ororle l:: fidwtrda; :::::: IY.96 Lot 8 In Woodlawn _____.____....81 8 HIB : 10 Laura A. DUe.ll .._. _______ 85111 Irate 8.7 or blk 7 101 Llnoon Cltr InBy
of NE'1:1.. of : 3 al 40 N. C. Mol' --..---.....----. ld.ao Lot: : 24 In Woodlawn _____ _____.__81 Si: 10 H. II. Pormenter ..._____h____ 870 of I>EW of N4 ___ __.81 1 II B"rr Oo"n ________ a.u
NW : of NE'4 A NE\ 24-27 In Woodlawn ___v. ...__M ( S* 10 N. J. Smith ..__________._.___ 13.93 : 1 of blk 8 In Clty In "
/... W'4 -----------------------U 8 11 RO R. M Crosby I E' of NEVi A. of of Il.t: ., ..f SFI4' W 01 I2Ll4sonY .___ .____ Ed.
1910 WVi J.
EVfc NEVi. 12 1 10hnIOn
._.____.___._______.43 1 n ; U ____________ 1.41
NE44) of NP4 40 M.. 'Annle Alvauri;; ==:: :=: 18.16 AN', of Nrt-1 of SE'? NEVi of In blk City 81ft,

,Wy4' of NFti ________._________._________.__U 2.1 8 6 11 11 80 bin. 84048 E. B. Job..n __..__ 1S.88 I NWl of SEVj ____yO .___________81 I 110 E. I*. Crews ........_._______ 8\1.U\ of 1\1':1' W ofInRrLlpcon _____81 S 12 limon H.nk.non __._______ L14
__ .
BE "f N81e __ ofu .0 C. A' Croob- ----..-.--?-?-- 1.911.rW Sty of SWH" of 8WV1 ______,.____13I 6 S3M 20 Kathryn Farrar .----?-- 10.77 S. of NWI, of tWR ale, be's
of
01 SEW'4 NE'I6 I Lob line 6u ft r:
16-21 111-1 Veetevllle W
: sk% ._________?__._...__28 8 It 90 H. R. .. J L. Undoorlllll -----..- U.SOn \ I ; NVk nt NEy a A NF'i embracing of- dnrnw. W 450 tt tho".e a W run 11 tl d..
"t in I NW cor 01 S- 01 lot.-_.9A_ S 11 1 E D. Card: ----.- -- -_ ,- 1.09 I NWV4 ee. l6 Tp 5 SR tl E .___ 14 J. J.Pater. Stron" .______..___ TA9 ...._ N to W line of alO 8a tbma
8tIo! f BWt'. a SW'4 SEt\ 29 0 U 110 D' R. warren. -- ..r--:-- r'-- U.U Lot 10 7H a Peetavllla embmclnu N 10 NW our of S\Vl. of I'IW4I' !

WJ( of NW\\ -------------.---.--8a 3 11 80 D. B. Warren --------.---.--- I'.18 I NU of NKVi A NEVi of NW th.no. 10: tn Ik'l< .. _"u''_'__ as 6 11 IS Unknown __________
Dlk 47 In E end of Sampan Clt9Ex T !l one 15 Tp IS Sr 22 E ___0.__. __._.____.____ 8 TUJnle It _-----.-- 7.91 Sty of 9R4.: .t FW: __ .___. .88 / II I" Simon U.n. _________ 18.1 744;
aB.trH r;. 6o ft 'Sldfbik'"i -I ii' Mn. Jo.epllin. Hall ---_?___ 8.18 I Lot4; Peebvlll..mbneing NV4 of N'y ot RW,4 of SW1. Ex 2 I a In NEeor
dab a lot 7E''. A NE'. of NWI4\ a. It A Kx 1 r church 9 II 18 R. O. Granll ________
ht''Dr:'' City iot--a--rliik"i3iii'; 1 11 W. E. JortN __"___"___"_ 1.72 I Tn" SR 22E .________. ______ ____ 8 Lilly Tlmlat. .___._ 419 LnI 2_A 4. fabf A J. AI. -j'i\ii.1J; \ --- IUIa..Wlvl.l..n
A-Bof >, J>;'' I.of SEVi ___.._______._____.90 49 4C1 B. A. KdwardeR _________ 14.41 ..r NEt4 or10:1.] :, ___.63 / n Unknown _.______
.'.m,'."" -----.---------- 4 7 11 S. I. Pr..eott of 'of 10 .... f. r. Wolf ._,__ ____ 0.941 I or : __ n.n
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of blk
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NW of Met. E.
Edwanl.14,80 .
U.CI of .
SWI4 I 3 I NEW __,0d
-- -- II Johnaon __
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all In '
Sampson .10
of hik 18 I K.II.I.Om.
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I NWV A.. WV4 of 8Wof Rh:44 Jj;. 5 a .n Bill cow __84 6 II $3 _____________._ _
.City 1 t1 Unknown __.._-_- 110 A. J. Bryan .______ of I ILDRKt4 / \
4361 ____ 4 3 II RF.t4 Tom
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i 8111 V. 01 NW1. a NE',,. 01 8W'4 0 1 U M Miohealll A Bproula ------.--..- a..lIt El.j of SW'I A W>* of BE. B d9 8l0: B.: F. NS" of NEt4 I... R a 1n SYNEScoe _10 1 U 81 J. 0 Winn .---------------.- n.81 N'4 of SWt' ____e. ________._-___ 8 t U 110 J. Rvnentteln Co. :_ ._-.26,14 IOEI..& of NwkB ...-.------.-_______16 6 1:1: 40 IIIlnnl. Oder -___ :_::-____ U88 13'95 '
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(NWt {, NE\-.12 ,1814' !' of SWVi of _W" ____________ -9 8 11.0 R. L. 0r.rn .-..--.-.--------- 14.41 I NFLj of $'!1'4' .---.----.----_.___..9 0 Ii 0 C. ,,,". -u.__ _=:_ 12ta
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flEt a SIll of SW ," of 7 t1 III H. A. P..n _________ SWV of 40 KIJ1I" Mllla .._______.__ of : 'I -------- ? 14,03
lUll NEVi BKIq SWtj __ ___.. .
10 a U --- --- __..1 3 d : t. I.. M,.. n _____.______ _
,1(, NBrf of NE' ___________________.16 T 21 41)) Annl. B Cook 19.73 iE'iEr: SWV. o------------------ BEIy of RRt .__. .__._.. .... .15 6 1:1.0 A. J. Millar _______ _._ I..,.
NE44 0"1 NW'4 0NW'4"' jW- --:18 7 11 11)) N. 1. B. Atkln.--------------- '..111BEt' I { of NW'v, -----__-_.----_-!10 a ,2 40 M.rko" Gilreath ._________ 18.11 8L1 of NE,," a ELb of NEW at 1191
NW1, Nli of of '.,, 17 7 21 180 E. H. Jon. 13.80 wvof BH of NEVi A EV4 nf NWVi NW'-----------------------------. 100 Unknown
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of 9w4 .. SW\\ of SE'. Ex I I of NEV.: ---- _._ --_-_.-.....11 8 .4 60 Unknown ? ....._______ '1.10 NWIiI or NWtO -.____ __..._______I8. 8 111 /0 J. A. Coleman _..::._______ 81'12'95"
In NE oor --- ------_-------1T 7 11 70 E. J. Nurrhw _________.?___ 11.411 E'4 of NF.V1 of SW'. 13 6 : J. C. EFromaon --_.- W'1. of SW". _h..__.. _.__._._____ a 7 Ii 60 M.... Mnnlr Nauman' ___
II! of W1/1 or SWI' ____.?____.17 1 81 20 W. a. 8ral. ___________.___u..la SWV, of SB'q' _..---.-__-:::::::::19 d n:3 R. P. Strickland ....-::::== lU 69, 01 8W.[_ ________________.___ 1 I. 40 54nkne4YA __ ..___ ______ a5.U'9R.
'I 14 L, A. NE'4 of SW'4 a. Nth: of NW i of NE> of SW'4 ..._14 8 io 10 C. T. Slleox ___.__ au of NW'0______. Mn. M. O. RI.h.1 iea-::::::
SE. A 8 a 1n NE oor of 8W44 ofBEN I Wry of E'" of BELL of NW4 -14 I |g 10 J. Homer LJvlnoton __________ I.U NE'4 of NF-l, Et 10 a In BE cor __ I 7 U All W. W, Col.m--__.___._ u'u:

c.or a_ SE'4- _._of___SE'4______Ex___2__a__In___SW___111 T 11 8lS: fA..ly' Fog.------" -.111..97 Com run at NE W 350 eor ft of -660 REt ft nf B!!' WUA 850ft E Nof' of SEV4 of of AWf SW\4 .___________ I 1 U 90 10 111. W. Griffie _________.___ 0 3'.441N8

R of WI 01 NE'4 ______________20 7 11 611 E. J, Mu.rb' ::::::::::=:=: 15.78 N 690 ft to ke" -....13 8 t1! 1 LCC.. WrUht. ___-__.._____ 11 U y of Aut HFL4of Alytj or A SE"liE',._.of. 4 7 II 11. T. lIIo..n ______________:: LPWIt1 /

of SW'4 __ ___________.__20 7 21 101I Ch..lcr FOtr... __._________ 27.13 I SE14 of NWVi of REtl ...-14 8 II 10 ) Kuhl -__......___ 10.'" 8EL ot 7461: ; _._.___ ___ 4 1 II Dr. E. M. W.bollr
W "f SW'4 01 SEV __._________20 T 21 ::10 R. A. W.ller ____.._____.____ 18.1" Fy' of SWli of NKV4: _________>4 I S. 20 Unknown .....__.______ 14..1 I I n, NW cor of NE'4 or NW74.un. __ 4 1 U ao Aimun 1"nkenlOn _---------__. 21,70
An SE''j Of SEV4 E Oi'NRrE ------g0 7 221 211 R. S. Su..ncr __._______ f0./b 8 L4 of Nidi of Nt!:t4 _17 8 la 20 Loul Kahr .--___________ 11..0 BWIj of NW 44 u....__.__________ ., U /A J. I. I Nvatl .___._____________. q.9.'
RR'4 "I RWy Sx 1 a cor _.YO 7 89 R. R. Jnns ___________ 1'.18 N'S of SBlJ of NEV4 ..____?___..188V 8 .2 20 Unknown .__________ 14.061, W'y of Nwt4 of SWl4 1 lIat 40 Unknown -_______ ________ 11.11
W"'I or SW'4 of NW'.6 ___._.21 .T 21 ro F, Reynold ---.-----.- 711 of 8E.t of NE'4 --._?18 8 la 20 Julia Goodwin; .._._.______ 1993 Com al NWcor nf 8W1' :----n------01 NEI4 a _.______ 7..8 "
7841 or NWSy of NEt s.e ______.._25 21 20 1. B. Hall 00_?._.____.__ 7,11 I N<4 of SE1-, A !SEU' of BE-'L18! S U 120 C L. Underbill ....._________ 11.1S rung 180 It II 180 'W. 130 tN \
Lob 1-2-8-4 or fnoel _______.28 7 11 18i Ju. a."nol. .___ ___ 88..8&W NWV4 of SW. ERIaIn NE COr I O fl __ 8
to bo.. __ Amy
? ___ ___ Lee __
___
5 7 Iii __
________________________ .o ____ __. ..14
21 1 It 180 J.. R.'noldl ____ 65,79 for church. _____.______________18 1 S. 80 De-Sue A William _?_?-_ 18.13 Rrr 210 ft E of NW eor of NW4 of --
& of SEV _______.____._________.1 T 11 10 J. O. Wes..r ---------2712 One H a ben. 42ft N oE n 4 NF.14 a remH910", ftK/1I ft ,

of SW 01 SW'4 6: E'ia of eor of !SW l of SWVi A run N N 4IO It W 420 f10 bnv __._ 5 1.a 8 11111.. Robinson ____ _____
_
l''Jf -- ------ ------2S T 11 100 J. Rcrnololo .?________.11.08 315 MftW 210ft 9 815 nB21Rn I SW .or. of EI4 or tlW\4 of 103
W SEV4 ;; WV4 --i"i V4 of to 1 lot 50 ft M A.. 8 by KIn ___ __.. _. .. ... 8 1.iI I Ooo'a' Jobn.on __ '
__
g v.o'- -- ----------- 7 21 100 Mo. Wllllaou _____._"____ 84.09 118 ft E A W 'In SB cor -----l1 1 18 2 Octava IllenlOn: .n..Jq...... IB.61 814 or N'1. .f NE'4 6 8tof ___ I.U
V4 E4T\ ; ; in NW so; NFL, of 8E14 of SEVi -.__.91 0 n 10' H C. Shertnanr -____.____ 10(3 NE"; .. _____ .__-__ _. 3 1 II 120 J.m. Rpnohl
a loo 't.lyn N ..4.df. of SEV ofNEV4 SE4 of SEli of SEV4 .21 8 II lC1 111... O. M. H. Dlllman J. B. $E!. or NWL, _____________-__ 8 7 U /0 J' T. N..v.. _-_---________ 14.48 11'.1
-
a NEV4 E of Cowart A,,. ..._.-..... 1811 F. or S&.... of 9W24 ______......._ 1.111' I" Woo,,. ;?
________________.________29 1 II i0 g _-__ ._.___ 616SW
26 ii of REV4of NEVI Ex> N 100 88 W. J. Jon. ________.___ 28.02 Frao 15 .NWl.bevat of a blk 8 S 8 of ehne R 1 B of A SWI; of ""'W14 __... -______._____10 ? 89 A.J._ IJrofli. --___ ____________ U.U

ft 6: } t In N cor _.._____--20 ., 21 21 W. J. Jon.. _________________ 111.18II NE con of ..r'r: ere 41 aW runS \ NW', ''of. .NE'4 A W'1.. _of .811:14:..__of_ liJ ltnknnwn .

'kWf'4N Ei. .Nf..rEfo rRrEC211; T 21 I R. S. SU.hner _._.____._____._ 7.19A 10 chin W in Ry N on Ry to N !IIW' .,f NWI4- ----. -. -. -_e.--_. ------.__ 7 1 II U .11 M.. EUnblb- ------J 0. Grirtl. ___ U 1881 lot ,

a .old C. A. C..w. A 5 a .old aluo line. of 8 HaM'EL.J SKVt of Wh.ncf:; to' beg of8E 1 NE', of $Wl1 .-. -----. --- __.._11 1 II 411 M. ).y.AU."I. ____u__-_______: \I'
a
L. W. Wilson 81: 1 a lold E. T. -1 21 8afn Itl" .. 19.78Coon I\:.:' of NE'; ---... .---. __ .. .U ,' U 40) T' ---__._ 10.H .// i
4 --- 6 SS 0 ----- ---- All _____.. .. 110 Paul l 'ro.nrman-..'
Stewart .. II a In' NE .0' to J. R. at NWn;; land ; -.rt21; ; _.. ._. 1 12 --..____,1303/d
___ _____ __ _.____._ E'y; "r NF'I A. NWI4 or NF.1 a
Sevlll -- -- 7 11 U R. W. Surreney _____________ 14.08 Elmira' King on E nidi* of Ry A
"f NW'. Ex> 1 a In NE cot NRI. of NWoq A 1Y ''" of 8W.. a
run K at Hunt angina. to Ry to E 100
___ ___ __.__I Ul _. .. .-.15 1 II Paul 11- ...--- _..126,00
tor church unn 19 N. D. Jon. ______._________ 17.4a line of eee 21 thence N on naif) lee NW" -------
E' "f SWV Ex> 1 a In bE cur toBy line to confer St In Templi nib.rilvlnlon v'or}RW'4A: W'4 of N\V'4. AI8 UO
---------------------------9 11 8" P. C. Jones _____.___ 14.08fW' thxnce W on 81 to Rylh.ne NWl NF; 7 It 11111 E. n. Owl ..___________ 8R IS
., oofbike EW': of RW'1 In't9< 7 21 60< Ja Ikllnolda _____________-__ 27.13 8 tobeu' In EH of NKLI a NEL4' or NWI.14 7 U 8C1 M. ,
o.hRr" \ A'y of NI'4 .._ ___ ..
: .18 .
7 U IT,12
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._ _.. ... 14 1.0111. R'4 "r NRV: __ ._.,1A 7 U Mm. "' ... 11.10
Graham 29 1 21 J. n. Su."oy ___________ ".41 have hp..t"fo.'n l.eiled' ._21 II 22 O""n" ? ? ___ 1081 80 ----
I'll' nl .. . .. ... W. o. So.1e ____.....,.,. ,
E', of NE'Io 'OIl' HI a 0" W ..Id.jf Wla of NEV4 of 8WV4 of !tWilL -.23 0 21 6 Rllaebtt Clark __-.____ 10.93 RKNNN _18 1 U 1".1"
of'f1IPi.\ hrnneh SWi-j.j'-i8 : :1' of W 114 a K Mi a _...21 12 4 III.... a Ell Graham ______ 1.18 of AWLi! Sof O. 1"SAFRm" Es:
a 10 churn _. .___..85 7 21 18. W..J. Ion.. ______________.5450 W l.a of SW of SE- <4 of SW14 of 2 n J.n AK nor a NF% of 8W144' of
W", of NF.t E9 1 n In S.2 oor _U 7 21 8'J Ja R."nolda 00.___________ 18.111 6W'-----------------------22 0 fa 1 Calvin n".1 ________________ 1.18 RW 19 7 1t'0 III Roland. John ------ 'I" $
t ; N -- -e3 1 21 ao J. O. Waver .___.__________-- T.11i.o'v $'!W' of "NE"of"sWVi"IIIIIIIijlNWll 3 II 111 John WiIIi.m. (oral) __.--- ---11,11 All N V4 of BW', N of R,. .19 1 U .J, Jlnl1'p Jon. :::::.:; ._.___ ,'
y\t .rJ'. SW .t.tvtEi'N; rf of so:". of 8F-- .ti 6 II 10 J... 1I0r".br ________________ 7.13NW NE'I ot SK'. of !lE'4 E. 1 a In,. SR
..7 21 95 E. J. Dowling .. 84.08 !, NW,' 3 a of NWV4 1 of SR'of
--- -- -- A SWVi p'r.t .E
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:: 1.9 0'l; A ';t--I 8 or of. 1.18W' of 1F.t.S !._._.J2 3 12 20 J. S. F,1IIolt. ______?_____.___ IUS : -. III 1 II J. n. P.t' ____________. 1M.
foci NEV4 f k SEt4 ofNW N'..., of SWVi of NRt4 .22 3 23 20 l1.nl.1 alt.rm.n.1441 Com .t RE-onr of sro 111 A non W
I-',. ; "N11;; BW! eor ._.56 7 21 180 Jas n.rno" ___.__.________ 64.59WI4 7 a. In SW cor. of SE'4!' of NWVi .23 I II 1 Unknown _______...______ 10.08 880 rl N AAAA tt I" a I't of .bg
of NWV 1& S44 of MWV4aN1 W'... of NWVi of SWVi Ex-N 8 a28 0 12 11 C. T. 8tlc0a-._u_____________ 10.08 Ih.ne. N 2188) rt E I/Ifl/ It 1'1' lAW ft
of SW/ ________.__________.8 7 11 200 Jae Reynold- ---.-------.---- 11..a Nine a In a triangle "bolo., all of K: 8111 It II 1I1.S tt W 120 tt to '
E'. -__--__----__________--19 4 II 180 W. P. Chd. ______u__________ ....11 I s'; of SPVi of SW'i N of road .21 6 23 0 J. J. IIIcox! __u___________ 1118 bnt '_ ..19 1 t2 r:' w. 'Indl'" -- ?.---______ 11.85 If
All ___.____-____._____.______20 4 22 840 R. L. Black k.. Co ____._____ 17061II NF's of !! $ of NW'i' ________0011 3 23 10 W. C. Wand ___.___________ $941 I Lnt 2 In )1I".ton' ..It! In Hampton _19 7 2.1: l.nl.1 I 11.mr :. __ It
______.______________._____21 4 II 8.0 R. I.. Black k.. Co. __________118.11 NF.'t, ofNEVi _I'"t 4 _____..?__________24 8 23.0 R. 11. 8.rlckl.nd _____-________ 14.41 'ItOt o In II..ton'. add' to Ibm'don' .111 7 93 M."",. .1I0mr --:,,;,--___ .11
"' 11 '_ _.________ ..--_____________ 4 II 8H R. L. DI..k a Co. __________118811 of --------------------2$ 3 22.11 L. M. 6a.ty ---..--------- 14.41 Lola 1.2-3-4-8-8 of blk 111 In I.mp-
of SE' ._____________28 4 II ... ____________18811 SEfJ K Ilarnt. 11.41 Jobn Milia", 17.19 I
All Ex SE'4 .. 1100 R. L. BI..k Ca SEVi of __ ..24NW'i 8 '
All ________________.________.24 4 II 840 R. L. Black 1& Co .______.___._11..11E' of SEVJ .-::::::::?::::::--24 0 n:3: t L: lid.I ., :=:::::=:==: 21.40: I Iota, :.nIiIi of bikes.In I;; '-I.-I; ; : : ; := w. o. 8..1 :_:::::::::::::::: 18,74' :
of NEt; a WV4 of NEt\ .. W 5'f of $ A SVi of Lois 5.8-1-8-9 01 blk I' A lot
Nifl of NWI4 _________.________21 4 22 200 R. L. Black 6: Co. :._________. 8982 NW'4 fw'f; : aleo 't.' 110 yd 10.11.12 01 hilt 18 In Hampton III 1 II A.A' A. Mclkmal.l' -.--.----_____ 501.
11 _.__--_.__________.________ 4 II 8.0' R. L. Black II Ca-_____...11851 N of SW eor of 314' ot NW'. .f ______.?.20 1 2a 20 M. Willi..... -----..____---11,11
11 Ex SE'4 of SEt. ___________.47 4 II 800 R. L. Black a Co. _.___.______188.51 A nm E 147 yd N 1IfrraW W NIy' nl liE' r.: I NWtt n !tW."r .20 1 1.1: 18 W. It. Bloekor ---____...._____ 11.1.
t A ', a AE's' ofSWV4 147 yd 8 110 yila to hag. 8 I-a. .24 4 22.8 Theo Tioon __-__________ II 80 E 81 a REt4 of 8WV4 l.at 1.8
: ,z'lofS 8114 A NE'4 of NEVi of NI': ", -__- ____ -__..__. -_:27 8 21.0 J.. 1I0..br _____.__ 88.U a -81! ::0. of same$0 1 S2 U I'nknon _m.____________ 1.4S
-------------------------2% 4 2a 8RO R. L. Black a Co _______188.10 Three a In NE! eor oWL nf SBVi Lot 0 of .ub-.llv of RWtj of SW'4 _20 1 44 / I'A.' Sawn ._.,,,, ----- 473
,'4 of SWLI _________._______.__28 4 22 40 Ltnhnnwn 14.1111 laNASbySaE.. AW _IT 8 S3 J. A. I..lao" .________ .14 All' -----------------------------3" U $417 Rr.---------. =:: --.16117
IIE.'.. of S644 _____________..____28 4 22 40 B. Wllh..on ____________ 11 lit Four A.. '4 a In SE eon of NE, of All -. -- ---97 II Paul/ lino _____________=--_11111.12 .
1111 __--_____._____--__________ 4 22 8.0 R. L. Black 1& Co. ________n8.51 1'1'1 helnic S a N A S by 114 a All E. wit, of 8WL ._.......,. _U 1 22 080 H.u 1 Rnw -- ___..____---18$114
NE Vt 6 ; k all i, E A W ____ _.__..__________...27 8 13 I Tb.0 1' lon _____.______ .14 WII of RWIQ -- .fa 1 11 80 n Land Co-____________ .. ItNVI'4
'tJ.f of NEV4 E 1fI"trRrJ __-_ 4 22 20/1 R. L. Black k Co ________.____. 411.21 Com 1011 ft W of NE eor of W14 .f N1C1.Nr..;; NWV :::26 1 u no 1'.ul Ilros ---.__.._________ 11.0.
NE'4 _____________.__________8. 6 22 all R. L. Black a Co------------- 88.41 of NWV SE'i of NE'a run 4 a nor of 614 of 8W'I. o/
: a :; :F.8E '3. TNiii--.8a 1 22 880 R. L. Black k.. Co ___________124.15 8 245 ft WfI ft N 241 t E 100 \N F. I a Inn ,church 11 7 12 8 J.nnl. IIloluoon ..._,._.____ US
Nut4 NE : I ft to hog .. ._ _-__ ... ..___._______28 6 33 Richard Heynol' .........-. LIICom N'J of NEW a. SW', or Nr.L a.
of NW'. A w4 of NW1. aIu1 200 ft W of NE con of Wof R'1: or % a NW', or NW,.l _21 1 2.1.0: 1.,1 Bro. --?____?__ '1."
__. ___ ___--____.___.____ 4 22 San R. L. BI..k A.. Co. -----------.18532NEt NW' of SE'i of NEVi A run 8 WI; "r IIW'. nf NW14 k. all NW'4n' '
': 01 7414)14 _._. __..._____..._84 4 U.o E. L. GdRla ____._________.__ 1120NI. 243 ft W intl ft N 248 ft E 109 ft N of !tv 27" _.28 1 12 47 J. 8. M..1a -.----___.___.__ 11.2
.: 6: a E'4_ of BEST ___-83 4 22 1811 R. L. Black a Co.-? ____ 1911.01 to be*. --- --- -- -- -----28 6 33 a.n.va'Towna ----- 1.811 0w'4 IIWI/'N E", a N'4 of NW0
JII',. III NWi' __.__ ?_______.__._88 1 23III R. L. Black II Co. __________ 11.98 Lot 1 of blk 1 In---l' l town- of ''o..r 28 ., 12 10 w. O. B..r. ._.._..______.____ 11.4a
_.______..____._ 8 8 ____________ U 20''' M. M. M".n U4 of
NE, of SW'4 un 2a.0 R. L. Black a Co Starke 1 In NK' _____-__28 I 23 -- ---------- HF, of 8 B, 1
.rata 1-.18 In .___..____10 8 U 20 Wm. Feria _________.______ 1.81 Lot 4of blk 1 1nrr.:1 town ofStarke All Nib'o :,f'i W'y of $E': oAW'i
):'4. nf SW' nr NE" a W'lI nfW'? I In NE', of RwV..28 I 23 ?4L Elvlsa. Maven -____.-.____ 1&.11 fO 142 1111 I. 61. 111..11 ____._.____..___ 41.05
of Wl, of NEI, !lE'i of NW'4a Lot 2 of bib 7 In orlnlnal' town ofStarke W'1 of SW'. .- .. ._ _.U T 1.1: 4 1'.J. Pan. ..___.._.____.____ 18.18 '
W....., or SWII.nr SE'4 _____-12 8 22 PO 1.. T[. L.nly _____.__________ 8200y I In NE'i of !SWV, __ ... _28 8 23 I. F. C.n" __.____..___.__.. 18.71 IWl4 a on W .1.1 I, ofBFI
01 ._... _____12 5 22 7 84 S ..olor }" 85. '
of SW' NWV4 20 TR" S. f'OIIt.r --------- ------ 108 ft of blk 10 a* extended on NP a N of RY In
Lot 14 in Wood'"n' _.___________18 5 22 10 Alfred AlnrIIs,, _._.__._______ 8.89 En...,,'* Map In original, town of NW eor. "r JVKI"; of RF.L; A In
Lot In In Wood'"wn' u.U 8 23 10 A. M. "hu..trin ______u______ S$9l4'y Starke In NR', of SWVi __ .n 8 S3 M..... E. O. 1I0na.n E.o' ______ 88.91 N. 4040 nf NW' or SE'. .-20 1 1:1: 441 II.kill.. n..w.. FoRI _.___.__.__ 11.15
,.f NW'I' "f SE1. ____.____U 5 23 20 pnwen A Rpnn.n ____vyOyO 1.Ra ', Blk 81 .* ent nded. on Fneev' Mon .?. C i 8814 : wa, V, NW'., "r NI':14 ._ 2. 7 aI: 40 ---_.._________ ."
tHin Woodl.wn _.._..___.____U 5 23 10 Dr Edwin. A. Footer -------------- 89' In orlirlnal town of Starka In NE'4of Com M II "t on N .IIo of O. II. .. F 4f .
_._.__18 5 23 _________..__ ____ 10.11it .________
Lola 18-111-82 In Wnvawnwn 80 D. L. Rlorbr SWV, .__ 28 6 13 A. D. And.e. 14.01 II, .I"M nt wsy 1100 fa R 01 son a .
ti.JF.ro; SW' of BWVI 1 Lota 6A H of blk M J. M. John ad.dltlontlnn line A nun RuS' ft N 183 fl W .. 1ft. ,
bnv NWrcnr a me .. to Stark In SEVi of .11 tt R$5116 rt 10 "t of boa In N74of
E HO fl S 132.11 fl W .10 tt N SWV -_ _. _.-__ _.. _-_.28 4 13 A. W. Andll".11 _____________ 15.40 1411or NWIL .. _.ID 7 n J. M. JII.II ..-..___.____. 1,81
7\2: R f' 1.? beg 32 3a ..._ _____18 8 2a 33 Unknown ______.._ 12.8 Lot 5 nf blk 8 In I.lvlnfmton. Trnhy n., al a pl 3M fI N a 8211 rt II ofNW
nt 110 In W"II.wn ____......___.18 5 2a 10 Ma..1. O. Sharman--.._______ ./ A (0', addition to Starka InWVi em of of nun
t 33.1In YVondlawn ____.___._18 8 23 20 A. B. L4wnnc. _______._.____ 1.82 of NF'. h .. ... -. -28 I S3 Nlla" O. Mason ___u________ 7.05 W Ina I ft ..r lIJ{ ft r I5" A
01 no In W"IIawn ______________18 5 n 10 Florence O. Nays -------------t 81! Lot 8 of blk 11 In Llvlnmton. Truhy Ift5 f. M boll SO 7 12 "'N. MidB. Millet 0,... ____ 2151
lob 7o' ---------III I II ao C. J. Eaton __.___ A c..'. addition to Stark In WIg' Conn 1347 I( 1'.1. of
: oi"lot, tbn A w" rl'lwrO:: AW,4, of i C. L. Uallfll'hlll' 18.11 : : I4. I.uA
.2$ 8 S3 --------------- NR', of NFti run
lot '\1 In W""dl.wn _____...____1'1 8 21 20 Unknown __.____..__.__._ 12./11 I.ooI"f of biki; Llvlnmtnn i ; -Tru- yde W R2'y yde N 1711 yd.'
Lob R.JI In W.w.dl"wn ______001'1 5 24,1 r. F. G..klna __._____._________ 8 n hv A r,,'. addition to Stark InW' 1176 to80 1 n 5 MIN M..')' I. ReddlMIt.1..5
;l.ot.: 17-18-4'-11 In Wnodl.wn _._.1" II 22 40 J. I.. OakiN ________-___.._ -425toot. .. of NEV, -" -3 S3 H.nry D. Meaon ------.----- 11.00 ErJ of 1':11.: or NI'10: of Nr.V, Ina I lota7ry
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11.1"" In WOOillawn .......___19 5 22 ao II. F. AII.n ________._._______ 12.P Lot 12 of Ilk I 14 In Llvlnreton Tru. I N a R : fII ...W ''n
Lot I In Wo""IIwn _____20 1 U 10 Met. R. A. 8laligu-\ __ 4,70Int. by A Cab .Idltlon to fcltark In : ; r.t .b 1:17. SWO T 1Q 10 Mia Mar, I. 1b.2dhh _________
'. ,."on.r.B,. I" Woo4lawn _.__20 5 2a 40 JaR U. Dowllo" ___________._ 13.91 W", of NE' .28 6 S3 D. 1. WNN109 Eat -----..-...- ".00 Hlk I obdlvt; NIJ! 0NWI4 80' 41 Unknown -. .-...________ I..
W' or NW' of NW'1..f NE' 1&"W' Lot 4-7 of blk in .In I.Ivln..ton. Tru- I L 18.14.16.In 13 Slump.
of SW' of IE' A. EI1. of l>v A ('0', adillt'nn' to Starka In !.. .I _I.n IO J.O.. .rkm.n __m..____ __ I..
Sly'' E Vlor NW' of NFof' Wl*, of NK'i. -" ....__38 8 S3 Mfa. 0. D. llllaaat' Pat ______ .... I : 1.2.8.4.R- rat bik 1"I.mp 1
''. o& W'4 nf blk 4 In Llvlnntnn! Truhy ft 12. 80 T .1 MN. lOkI,. 'parkm.n .._____
1' W'' a T.' or NE' of IIW _.41 1 22 10 D. B. a""wnloll _________.--_ 09.03 rr NKV: nf NRI-i .21 8 13 Roo. Cox _____ __ 1.79 IA :2-I.4.5.A.7 0' blk In ..0
Com lit NW e"r "f S"4 of NEV.k Lot 2 nf blk 81 In Llvlneaton TrubvA w. .. Von II .HRmlao 1 I' J. paw.t ----.. -----___,100.71 I
F. 'II'I nle 8 30 rib ,0{ ("n'. nubdlvl.lon of of .
Mn I NEVi Into 5.1.5.3.7 A R II fl 01.I I tot I ofhik
I I.t rt. 'I 8" rein to bog .-__.211 5 21 ao Uoknown _____________.__ 11.13 MCii ._ ___ .__ 18 8 S3 .nnl. Lloyd .... I 2v, In Ifsmplun I .. .. .al 7 U J. r. In mar -----.----. -
';J"WI'. A NE,. of NW Vi Blk 37-1H 'In I.Mnenlon TTirky> 7.M In U"np'nn ._ 7 J. N. ....1 ....__._.:r--_
1Y/I; ; '
!' ._ 22 8 13 511 '1'. L. W.lnmllht ---.-------- \.A fob .ubdlvl.lon of NEVof Rlla 41 nr blk 70" ''n am"t.n Ih B 1 It"
JIIE' ..r SW'i, -______ _.___.___22 b U 40 .1. B. M./hl. ____._____ .-_.____ 2152EI I NE----------------- .__28 I 32 A. 0. "..!I'nt ____.____-- n rt .HI. ., W. --..- .
: or W'1 If 'w' of E"i22 I 22 10 W. J. .lIInd ...______.______ -:..UN Lot 2-8 nf blk 41 In Llvlnmtnn Tru- 1n' '"Ir"''II'.n 11'1! Mi' of NR'4 Ina riubt I ..I ------
-4 a of SW' "f NR of NW'Ia _21 5 ta 4 I. H. 1.o..rr __.___.u______ .. hv A Co', .ubdlvlelnn of NEVi of 1 I! 'A of NRI4 :1 ,I.fl r '

J.oI" 1.,e ."r hlk{ 1 In town of 1.-, NKV ----' --28 8 II W. E. 86.2) ------.- ----- -- 4.61 a Nu. "f Mf'i, .f '., Ao 1 I. 1811 J. M. -___________.
toy W .f Ry ___ --..._..-__._ ...2:1: 649 Mnr B.llle Raddloll _..___._.__ 11.05 11 3 of -hlk 42'In Livingston Tmby Ml.Ia: R'y If RBI; .f 14r\, ao 7 .2 ao P. J. "..w.1.-...-.--- .._____ /1.1q
71 ft nr tot I bk! 4 In town of A Toe .uhillvlllon of NEV.ofNEV r
Alf that o.rtoln "r land
L.wl.y W 01 Ry ---------2 8 5 13 W. L. OV.ntre.t ..________.___ 1.12 \ ...- -_ .. .- ... ._28 8 11 Julula alliin _-_._________ 41& .." n. M. ,I.a RY a H. Irlnt, .

II 1.1\ II m, In"'n .f Lawny-4028 __._____ 41.474Ina W'4 of blk 41 In Llvlnntnn Truhy In NW. I" _. .31 t .2 I J. M. Maaw.2i ______ ..._____ ._ 2 1,1,
of Ry __. .. ____ __._ I al Mtn M. L. Loudboll. A fob luhdlvlnlon of NEV4 of 1 nr Rx 4 a nn R aIM

I2.t of hit 18 In town of ...... 14.10 M5V: .. _. .__28 8 II lJooet 8.41 -.-.---------- 1.5$ ,io of NR5, . 1 U 11 I. O. W. Bldg .___'_._ -_- 211 1.7
l.awh'y W .f Rv ._- _-_--_____. II 13 1111. Lnltte 1.49 Slob. Rlk 44 In Llvlnr-ion Truhe Cn'a ub- n8WI i 8
''n town of J..ld" ______________ 7.7$ "it InfNWI'R ,
\.4: of bl1. 18 Law.2a "''vl lon of NEM: of !NFM38 8 S3NU A. O. /
7,69
tnbrey _._._
W "f Ry ___ u_ II 13 bin 13111. Radolloh of blk: 48 Llvlnnton Truby A'o' tJ, of 3w1-----------; '
hlk 1 In town .f Tawte! 'V .,.la .uhdlvl.lon: : of NE'4 of 'L{ 110 J. R4ddbh ____ .. __ 4.01NW'i'
' ffiof __ .___.22 II 12 Mil. VI.-Inl. Futeh -----..--- _______ ___ 1,01 I Ml"
40 .
ny u. NKV\ 38 8 SS H. O. PUfoM u .f __ ..11 L. ., ____.._____.._. 1111
On lot Ins ft E A W by :llntt N Ag Lot I 32Ex! W SOftf6l2Nlnf.lvlnnton of NW' _. _.___14'.1 40 Paul BrN _.______ .1'Al
'n' 8W con nf tot 10 ''n town ofLewav Tlirby A Co' ..ubdlvl.lon rl .f NI of .a4 T .1. II I. R. Trlat .___._..___ __.._ y 1A
..ra 2' U 2M1 28 Tp I B. ,01 NEV, of NF.'l _28 8 S3 Fannia &f"C.1I _____________ 11.11 n pt Allt II "JIL .0' .r
"/ R 22 E. E of lIy __.__________.___.____._ Mi Anna Lou Godwin ---- W 80 ft of lot 6 nf Mk 41 In Llvln.aloe .- CmmWal AnnA IOIAfItoRE
Com 105 n E of IIW cor 01 lot lea Truhr .A Co' lubdlvlalonNEV son.fnrI'.1 4I I throe. W 43114ft
rem N 210 ft 'inl ft 8 210 ft of N6'5$ 8 S3 V...J5.Il WBllatue ------- U4 Rv nIRhb.r w.r th.no. N onrl.bt
t :.It W 103 ft to h.R town of L.w1' Lot 2-8-4. of hlk -C. .In N. t Jane of way
46 18 TD 6 8 addition, to Stark In SE:<4 nfNWtj 82"...I tb. IIt
2 F f7Ry :_-._______ Mil. H. C. DadcJ ____m.___ 20.4 .. --- --- ..._.38 8 S3 A. P. Ortflla _________________ n.GCI ?9$4'4 r ./ to pi .10) a8 7, I. 10 J. P. ttmup.et _.____.._.____
Lot Inn f' N a B by 400-ft E a W loOt 1 A W'4 nf lot 3 of blk 1 In 183 yd* of NEV, of MR'" '"i equal R a A. 1.1
t 'n SW con "f to. 25 I. tewe of T emplee addition. to iii'*,,,. In |14 3 yd. N "f SR enr of '.

1 aa.taw ';re .49RY: : : Tp 6 8.; W. J. Claodlcr ____..____ 111.25 'F.li of NWV, a part of WVJ" of 1m NKV: a ro N 27S yd tn NBeor
N. "' Met.
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F. .- .- NE' W of Ry A" NE eor of of old NE'' of NEL, thence
Lot 2" E. lot Inn ft N a S by 4110gftEaW ItE', of NWV ._ __.__- -_____ ._2t 4 S3 J. .,. 122421! _.___.-________ 1T.11 W 2mu, rde :thence 8 271 yde
.. 'n SW "r In town' nl Lot 8-0 of bIle 20 In Temple! ddl. thence E 2891 ,.!. in hew e inal, .
"? Lawt.v. .oea 2i2426 21 Tp 6S. Mil. Anna rCodIII .___ 17.02 tlon tn Stark 'In NRV nf NW', a tit a aleo rom al NR eon of SR'4' nf I .
6a R 22 E. E Ry ...-.-..... part nfW. ..f NF.:', W of R4V. 74RtarunS110rd. W4II1y.S
, !N' of Tot 33 : N 2 7i In town of NE eor of SRi.of" NWVi __.___S3 8 S3: E. E. Wilt ---------------2.81. .;w N I 1111 tin yde .1
..ea otk 22S lad Ty -- 6: Ma.o---------- 11,968Et4 Lou 10-11) of blk 27 'In Temnlr *d.rtitlon 'w .. 8 a .I F t. _.. .81 T 13 1' '*" thlltp' ------__...__ 19.17T
.ii" __ .___ Wilson to Starke 'In NR'i of NWV !nt !! > of NWl,, A NF'i" or of
- of NI': L, of NE',. a N'4 orf4 WII..n A Tonmy r.rtUMr Ca 11:11\: A W' of NEU W of NW' W'. of SWV of 111. ,, IB S3 70 P. R Meal .._........_...... S1.IJ

: L'o,of NW Y'oiiw: -::::::::::96 II 5 4t U 1G I" I. B. Abnbam _____.__________ lC1.77 Ry. .:..'1.ifeo.* of blk of C SE'i In Rlnlne'"' NWVi addition .21- 8 13Lot. Mtg. ........ E. _h _____ n.n NK'l' ,of NKV I <4 A Nut f of NW'i Vr./4 ofNE'

74a'I4 of NW1, 01 NF', of AE's a tn Starke I In NWVi of W of ':. of; S 'i'4' NR'-i .1ivi t S3 17 Cltlaene Bank of Ralfafl _._ IT.7J
J>;'Jlt"f\ NW' of SEt. 6: IIE1 of.. I 42 211 Gee. A.llfoM ________ 118 NW'4 . ___ 28 I S3Lota Dr. P. D. :tI... ___--- ..u of :" It NRV W K a
731 A-R-C of blk' 1 In .* a.l.ll- A NW'iof
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Z'w et Eu of lhi.8ii -:2: : 3 U 1ft Lae J."kln.'' B..t\- -- -------- t./91 I to Stark In NW' of SWV ...18 8 S3 B. W. H.2I.waf ____.____ 11.21 A W RBI,' ,. .,. of NE'. 1 1 23 VS IV M. !I+ney __... _. _____ 14 K4
aw' of'IIW'. nf lW'; _.__ .___28 I 22 1ft Posen On. lot of land 240 vIa" N A 8 by *r'i of NFa W', of NRi. A"V. ..
AWL; of IIWL' aNI.t 01 --- 11.01 110 rt .. W In SE Ion of SEVJof ', "f NW'4' A. NE' of BMB'l II 23 110 Unknown __..______________ AA /
-aw.tol Rwt. of cwt" 131-ft "..24 I 2:1: 11 1nkno. ---- ; ::411- ----- .--- ._-.---29 111 8 T. I. AFf. ..reran ______ 11.51 of _. .._ ._ .8WI II n.. T'. w. M.wra ...__._____ .
{' Coma "w....r..eltn.W' 1 SE'4 All NE'. of REV of Oubttoed aK'i of 6 II tt 40 "nh_. _____._____ 1'
e 1
; n E on 0 In 4 a A N 7 a of SE>4 of SE'4 E, 42.4 of NI'i f I..I.-of. 'I'n: gee II fur ________ r
? rt ;f Iw,ftth. .r..f ftl }t E 193 I tI: II I.. W. Wlllf.ma __1___..____._ 141Eot about 3 a N of r"..1| ----------5 8 13 88W' Goa ..d.... _______ '.03 ,4W'4-of' NKV4 ,NW. .1 S 33 1 Eon..twtn) ..._._______ 1.$1
can W m Mq4A_ I 23 6 P..tie a Ol\d-Io --.--------- /. of NF.A Wii of 111':1or W'4 of SF.U. of NF', af NWVi I I t Unknown ________._. 181J
8"oIIh'' of NWLI 01 814!: ._ .2A 28 15 U f I... RpMrb ----.----- I.It NRV; a N4aofE4ofNWI1 K>. of REV.RWI of NW''., 114V II I ( Unkaown __________ II
W of 01 NWL of SE' ; of II R'N: 8 a of W'4 of NWt 4 of S'-i' of IW'. A 8% of 8VJ afSB'
BW of BWV, of NPt:: a ,PELT': nf ""'. .___--__--_.-_....____80 I 13 7Hannah lI..mn 1A' ------.--0923 / . .-II J. P. Fuliettsi ______._.. '
01 SEL, of NWt 1& NP 4 ofof NE'. 8H of SWVJ/ _________..__________80 141 10NWVi II.II McSa.------------.9883 ,Cum eor of of NW'4 11. .1
SW1. a.. NW1. of '. of21 5 U 41) .... VI..I"la Futcb _____ 14 8G of NW,i Ex 170 a _____.__II I 33 |A 11.)11.) M.Ra. .________.___. 1091 A. tet81V, ft "WI.pt of berbrlnr
-- ::: M,.. 8.1. RoHIot..b -..------ I IWifl NP;'. of NEu$8: 122 7 W. C. lfaRi" ____.___.__ I$4 IA ft of Rr traek thence
:: lHJ
ltE'f :::: 142 10
'lIev.- of Nt1 .21 _.____.__ 498 P r
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) of NE'4 oWL. _.. ._..21 I 23 10 I. T. R.ddhn .---- ----- .F 1JI.8 a of SEV. of NK'i. _____0011 122 13 A. ..!. Lrosar4 u 1 ft N 42 ft W 399 ft to a

BE'. 01 NWLI .01 IIE'4 k... NE'.. 0127 I l3'i) P. L. Dinkire _. ...........?. 11.01 I W la 24 a 2.5.Bold J of W HE Alvare 4 of I.'i'.E:\ .81 I 13 IT Alva IM..ar". __________ 11.11 ft with I of Rr R:4an reck ft thence to towlf SF. parallel I it I. t. PadyM1 _______._o. n
24014 01 !AELI --- ----- ---- -- SWi, of NE'i FT a In NE *or '
NJ-"a: ; t BELT f Etr !f 8'r tt .N. _'.u.21 I U III 1.kn.wa. ------- 11.11 I ll'l *hn hy tl'. n. NWLa 81 I 32 23 Alva s.-.s ______.__ 11.11 N1-1Q F. 444 ft ft of of NE'of SRI, of IW't 10 H a a A a

of SIo, 01 NWV, of NWa2f : 1 a com. at NE ear of NRVi of K''.. of NW nt UK" K* W 4 a
wSt ran W 148 yd 70 yd* K SKVi A Sl of
of "
% 01 8WLI ofNW11 1WL a, a"l 0121 8 12 10 H I. Thsma t1./8I I 14* yd. N TO ede loa.tmr. --- __-83 I S3 2 Had "",,,... ______.._ 1,01 A'EV WVfc of nf 8WV4' Ex S a In NE corN
NELl of awI1 1tMa ---- On. lot bee- at tK tar of SWVi! "f of R y" -_ .. I* a 7i Broaklrn Land c..IIf.8i
Lst 2S 2III 74'4 W'--0f59 It 10 M.... Laura A BI..n ___ 7.60wondl.wn REV,, af IIW', A.. ran N4eha, W of bIN- 7 ar Ntti of AEtlf
Lou 1 4 Eynon lot u {9 4 ehne 8 314 __ __ _. 2t I U IS M. H. Carter ___ 1301Lela tog --------------------------2 8 S3 1 Rwa 036408. ____...._...fat/ NF'4' of A. 1 a NB tar

..11 a.. NI1 01 lot 12 10 T a 8W roy of Lt4 of NWVi *f __.. u. nl SF'4' N'4 NBH ..-- ... ..I 4i J. F. _::::::::::._Z: d'1
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Wood.2. 12 / H. Dowlln. __ 1181Leto ..--83 I 13 I LZ. J. Jaknenn ___ TH of swii ..n.__ ___ 1 t70 AllenRraealyn .
Y.a 3-i.-I.-Woodi ;.;; -=::::::-----2 5k.'l. 8. art.. --- : :: Lot 1 of bit I 1 In Ilneon City InS'4 1.11 SWV' of NEH Mi 10 a In NR ror t
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tol Inn S2 In Woodl.w... 10 I U 6 M.. Laura A. Rw.ll -------- of ay4 W of Rr--___-_, ?.82 I 13Ixrta Mar? Pratlrl .......u_.- u *. E', of NWH 4 NEI3 of SW'iSE'

Ei: of tot 14 ... all loa 15 10 Wood- _. 10 IS14fa. .1.f 'hilt I In IRa City la ..! ___ __._ I.U ', of 8W'i a la ef.or ....___.___ 14.
." 8 U 15 W. N. Norman _____ 5 '4 8E'; W of --- _--83 I 22 Ed. J. lohnaon __ .. .. . ....24 t HO land Co. ,
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iw.nsdl..n;; -....- ....---51 I 22 11) Robt. "",,.o .____ .___ '.'0 Let 3 of hlk 4 .In Llneon City la' S W' of SK',, of' NWVi' __ .___. I t S4 Oran 8pee l ___-.______._ '.
Iwb as 4l 1 a J4 1ft ww4dl.wn: ::::::..l1 I Z2 21) L. A. tIa... _._....____. IL9/I I H of BEVi! W of Ry oo __--_ ..S3 I S3 RnbS Albert ___________?_ 4.14 o












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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY JULY IS 1921
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Bradford f County Telegraph', the small taxpayer and industry, has to return to the store and worry '' --

generally, must make up the amounts through his. trouble,. 1NGSJLEJ.AKI I GILLYARD-PADGETT BE CAREFL'LTIIJS SUMMER:
I
-- .- .. I lost annually as a result of this ridicuICIUH
lie has to buy from all corners! tithe Mr. Willis Russell Giilyard and Miss Careless campers who leave then-

Puii'hed!! '> ik'! 'i 'tnd ..ntfrett as inconsistency in our tax laws. earth today because his public ;. J.-A-K-I-: Icy Padgett, both of Theressa, were fires burning in the00<1 a or toss

I .f'tcod clam matter, at the post -0- demands the best merchandise at the'': married by Judge Green at his office lighted cigar and cigarette stubs into

office at Starke Florida. I THE ttlsro.xSIM PLATFORM lowest possible price. It is a big job. I I .OLLON Saturday attern|()11 at six o'clock. the brush, burned last season more

IE=r_,. Wisconsin delegates/ to both national It requires an infinite amount of study Mr. Giilyard u one of Theressa'srising I timberland than was i ut by all law-
conventions to learn just what people will want I young farmers, highly regardedand I mills in the country all
I B. 8. MATTHEWS ...Own.r. presented platforms year.

J. C. ROIIINBON-Managing Editor. I I for public ownership of such next And season.the future Is (Grapevine Associated Press) Therea respected a's ; his bride is one of I Reforestation has been recognized
I always uncertain. I most charming
I ( utilities as railroads, street car lines lie may make money one year and Miss Hilda Struth is visiting Mr. ladles. young for years as one of the great neces

I PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY und hydro-electric power plants. lose it all the next. This task of supply and Mrs. E. M. Johns. The many friends of this happy sities. Something U being accomplished
This is the biggest contract In this direction. But forest fires
\ yet proposed the public with all the ,! couple wish them at
things/ it young all happiness.
-- -- ---- I in the way of public ownership, wants from all Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wall spent Sunday present wipe out much more timber

SUBSCRIPTION RATE and would invilve an Investment by is not all a bed corners of roses.of Of the course(globe, .I at Kelly Kottage. CAUSE FOR INCREASED LAWLESSNESS every year than is being regrown.

Per Yenr $1.50 |, the. a billions I people of of dollars.our country amounting he makes his mistakes-he is just I{, Marcus Brown, of Tampa, spent Records kept by the forest service

human. And then the the show that every year the area of
week-end
public at lake.
complains KIngsley ,
Six __ The
Months
75cMeiuoership Wisconsin platform According to statistics
offering which have forest land fire
and threatens to buy out of j swept by is about
i
i jii.i; enormous public ownership pro- town. Of course he is sometimes'i I Mrs. A. M. Pettit, of Gainesville, is been submitted to the government, I I" twice as great all the area cut over

I tNG. !rum will undoubtedly be supported overcharged by the men he buys from, visiting at the home of her son, E. M. lawlessness greatly/ on the Increase. j"i by logging operations.
i I l hy all socialistic organizations. Johns. It may be that more people are being
and then the public blames him for Four-fifths of the fires each year
1 i By a strange this arrested because of
inconsistency, stricter
a enforcement
trying to make too much I are
made.
man They might be
I I I platf'iim denounces the failure of the money. Dan Turner, of Jacksonville, is of the law by public officials prevented
'. But he fights it through to the end. by the exercise of ordinarycare.
i government to deal with the I visiting Billy Graham at Magnolia than formerly. At
disposi- rate the
I Hacks any arrests -I
baseball I .
up every team, Most of them start from hot
every i
Lodge.
I j, dun of the naval oil reserves, charg- basketball I for crime are increasing.
team, supports the community IfI| coals left by campers or picnickers or
\ I I IF I I ing irri'iit political demoralization and crime itself is I
F affairs, always ready with a Miss Hazel MlQdloton is visiting increasing, which undoubtedly -i| from lighted cigarette butts, and
I I Ir fiaud among governmental depart- is the case, there is a cause
donation
when the town needs some- Miss Aileen Alvarez at Magnolia some of them come through careless
IIH'ntin handling that one item of fun it.lion.. I
thing. I Lodge. ness of settlers in
r iII(ln,' owned lands. burning up stump
I I> > i Iv George Holder Tinkham of
lie keeps the town on the map. I piles and brush heaps.
, \'I'! it propones to extend enormous- Keeps the public supplied with the Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg and Massachusetts, dealt with this ques->

t 1154! l l.: ii ijiti-m of government ownership necessities and comforts it needs. family are occuping/ the L. A. Davis ton, and we take the folloowin!; re- ,'| The burned-over acreage!! is largely
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.' ( in National Highway I' .iixl operation of great basic indus- And greets you with a smile when I 'cottage.Mr. marks from the Congressional Record cut-over land, which reduces the monetary -

t: Association |{ t iin.s employIng millions/ of people and of April 15: i j loss, but the potential destruction -
.. j I you enter hit place even though he Nathan Brown of Jacksonville is nevertheless terrific for the
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rl'ltingthousand of ,
-' -- i !! new public ot'ins. have; I "Many causes may be assigned for j
I In lift uckUMii' nf the 'lay may about. a thousand things-- to worry- is vlaihinu-- R. A.. Weeks. at Bavvlew- these flmazino and nnrtpnfniisi! nhonA- I I I fires on the cut-over acreage destroy

: County Tunes an entire paw was. devoted The inconsistency of this unAmerican After all he's I cottage. menu of American social; decline.:-"- \ the seeds and young growth that
a pretty good fellow .. 1
to telling) of the platform In proposing to "Among the would reforest the land.
opportunities I put pret- Isn't he ? Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and familyare formost should be
.'I existing in Clay county. The writer ty nearly everything in the way of -0---- spending next few weeks at the placed the abdication of certain sects I I The forestry service says the first

over looked the greatest asset Clay business! under political management I ROADS ONCE MORE Peek place. of the Christian church from their important step in reforestation is to

county possesses Kingsloy lake. I should be apparent even to a fourteen- spiritual direction and leadership and I: start the growth on the cut-over land,

:. .. -0----- year-old intellect. The Times is not running the state Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones have their assumption of political and legislative and on much of this land "effective

.; A pretty girl\ \ sitting on a porch on -0- road department. Were it doing so moved to the lake, occupying the S. L. domination. This particularly protection against fire will be all that

'.. the Luke City highway with her le (H BETTER TIMES AHEAD that department would* be run very Peek cottage. evidenced in the District of Columbiaby Is necessary for this purpose.

crossed caused three automobile accident 3 differently from the manner in whichit I the erection of expensive buildings |I ;;
Saturday.-!Macclenny Stand Experts say that important problems is run. I Dexter Kelly ujid Raymond Alvarezof around the Capitol for the purpose of "You should never take anything

1; ard. l> are confronting agriculture. It is Kelly Kottage, spent Monday in influencing that doesn't agree with you," snorted
I' 'ye mean to Hay only three We have but one interest in this department legislative action, and by,,
!Mrs.
autos used the ? estimated that the population of the Jacksonville the maintenance of Jones to her husband.
highway Saturday and only desire one thing i( professional legislative -I

United States will be near 150,000,000souls of it; that is, that it will function I Mr. and Mrs.--1". H. Long have re- agents. As respect for the I "If I had always followed that rule,

tl If no one ever told you of a good within twenty-five years and most efficiently in providing Florida i turned to town, after spending several church and its teachings declines, so I j my dear," he replied sweetly, "where

way ot meeting a real need-that these experts are wondering where what she needs over and above anything weeks at must its authority over the hearts and 'I the 'ell would you be ?"

would be a world without the food they will eat is coming from. else-a genuine state system of Kingsley. consciences of men diminish."

ing. But those of us who advertls-I Conservatively estimated, it is said good roads. Such a system must be ,II G. Kirk Lewis-, of Mt. Dora, spent The above statement is too true. "Sing a song of canned goods on the

J' prefer to be informed about the ways that 38,000,000 acres will have to be built primarily upon common fairness i Sunday at Greencrest with his sister, Strong religious organizations are establishing I pantry shelf, ,
Every
by which they can be met. That is added to the nation's present actual to every portion of the state in the I I I Mrs. J. C. Robinson. well-financed "Christian lob- hustling family just goes and :

why we read and heed (rood advertise arop land to support a population that bUilding of roads, no matter what bies," with high-salaried professional helps itself;

ments.-EuHtls Lake Region. the United States will probably have I!'I other foundation may be laid for I I Mrs. Rebecca Alvarez is spending reformers, on Capitol Hill, in close Canned ing and things for boiling, for stew i

< -0---- by 1950. the.... a while at Magnolia Lodge with Mr. proximity to the Capitol building. Expensive for pieDon't -
r < That can mean only one thing- and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. you feel sorry for those folks !
It be that marble structures
Florita, in pant years, begging for that the demand for may the department is doing are being who l1a"ii._ t. I'lliv'. I II
I purchasers of state-owned lands, is products of the better in this regard than we Miss Flora 'Brown, Louis and Wil- erected, with elegant office suites and i -- --
farm is
going to increase
\ beginning to find buyers without hunt- constantlyand know. We would be more "deelighted" mot Brown were /guests of Mr. and I caucus committee rooms for churchmen I BANK STATEMENT
that the
f Inn for them, and Is selling land at consequent reduction of than ever was Teddy Rooseveltover Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Sunday. and Congressmen to hold joint I I REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP
supply will operate for the benefit of I
1 .' greatly advanced prices, indicating anything to know that such ia sessions on measures which these reii The Bradford County Bank nt Stark..

that there is growing appreciation of the farmers of the United !Sr-' true. But it must be admitted that Miss Cecil Comforter, of Charleston ;ious- organizations desire to push 'I ness In the June Stnt SeLl of,, Florida 1924. at the cit.. of bual.
The ,
the value that l is in Florida land.- tillers of the soil everywherehave the recent statement of mileage for S. C., is visiting Miss Florence through Congress. :| RESOURCES

Times-Union. been downcast and heavy of proposed work which was given out :Matthews at Elmwood cottage. Many of the churches are forsaking : All other. Loan and Diieounu ... 183.972.SO
1 Overdraft _______
heart. Being dropped suddenly out of u.n. 1.991el
-0--- by the department itself, and the fig- I' the preaching of the cross of Calvary, Stat*. County and Municipal Bonda 31,840.00
a cloud of affluence that came with Miss Irene Minima, of Jacksonville, Stock..
Governor Hardce to take of ures published In Florida Highways and are substituting the club of the Sreuritiea. sic------------- 50000
care
the war and remained for a few and Miss Marguerite Shriver of I| Bnnklnir !!ou.". Furniture and FixturcB -
offices of supervisors of registration years as to dollars and cents appropriated I policeman in its place to reform and I( _____.__.-_ __ 19.000,00
between tho interim from July 1 to afterwards, it is little wonder that for road work, which must have come Brooker, are visiting Mrs. R. A.Wl.'eka. ','ave men. The old-time preaching of Other Real Estate --__._-_--'_00___._ ll.Wie')
farmers became discouraged at the I II Due from Incorporated' Hunks ____
45.1P4,12
the time when new officers nominated from department records, since .they J I the gospel to save men from their C."h l Item --________--________ 4,4441)4)

.') In the June primary take up their sudden war profits change and which made took it away practically their were so complete in detail, made a I Mrs La mi r a Graham, Mrs. Sullivan sins is being abandoned by many of Cunh on Hand ___o. ._. .--. !1l7< .13

duties January 0, has appointed supervisors impnnsible to make much than' sorry enough showing when they weremeusur..d i I and Mr. Jack Munden, of Jacksonville, the churches, Mid their preachers are j Total --___--- ----._---817.988.43
for each in the more by geography, and arithmetic. -, now delivering; sermons on political "I LIADILTIES
county state.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
a living off their land. i C.ltalI'nek. Paid in _____ __ 4000000/
science
Heretofore, these places have been hut they should not be too impa II Alvarez. anal the saving of the people Surplus Fund __..___-_-_nu__--___ 18,000.00
held for periods of two years by Just now we are informed that en masse by religious legislation. The j Undivided, pronto (Leu ExpensM
appointment -
tient. The troubles that have bebet And Tatea _____ _
Paid
Bradford which Mrs. H. Lewis and James preaching and of the o.n 6.720.62.
L. teaching divine
of the governor. The Democratic county, was given a son, Individual,, DeposIts Subject

executive committee decided, agriculture for the past few years total of $28 1,577.06 in the Highwaysstatement I' of Jasper, are spending a while at law is abandoned, and human lawn | Check -----------------__--to.JIS.183S8
I I are going to pass, and when they do I Sflvlntr Drixxlta ________ _
however, to place them in the elective 'I, "is furnishing the money to Greencrest with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. and interpretations are substituted Certified Check. ___ _.h__-_-_ --J04.08145
agriculture is going to come into Its I -- -- 59.58
: do this work under the supervision of Robinson. for It. Many of the churches handing Outliers Chcelta ---
I list this year, and the nominees with I | are Outstanding" _____ 02242
rightful in the
place business world
the state road the of church
under problem
department discipline
few have been ,
exceptions,
appointed such as it never did before.It | Mrs. J. M. Mitchell/Irs. O. L. Beas- Total ------.--_-._--__--.SIT'ins! / .43
agreement that at some later date the over to the police departments and the
to fill the places made vacant July 1 'I State of FIn"'''". county of Bradford. SS
II by expiration of terms of previous is but natural to reason that in road department will complete the i( ley, :Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mrs. L. A. civil magistrate. Religion by law Is ,! 1. J. II. Ritch. Cashier of the above name:
opt ed Bunk,
due time, farm products are going to Davis spent Wednesday with Mrs. do flotaninly swear that the above
t I pointees. Under an act of 1023! ::! the offices become work, that county to furnish A'I becoming a fad among the political | Mtatement la true to the beat <>? my knowledge
scarce on account of farms Z. Adkins.
mutely $3(70,000( before the approxl-j oreachers. The churches consoliI and belief
will hereafter be held! for are ..
j t'rms// beimabandoned and farmers being will be I and ; u. "n.'. n n.C..hl.r..
partmen dating in
of four years. attracted required to Mr. R. Hudson Burr, of Tallahassee, I federating mighty com- .
to higher wages of the industrial 1 I
.
ate anything I binations for the sole purpose of CORRECT-ATTESTi
; centers. This condition, combined chairman of the state railroad corn- : O. M INMXN.
The Tampa Daily Times is at least with increased demand due to Because of that we hats off to. mission was the guest of Mr. E. S. bringing pressure to bear upon Con- j W. T. EFKS.

a fair. The state road department has the Bradford county, proud as any of her j I Matthews Tuesday night. gressmen and to intimidate by threatof N. T HITCHDirector

1 been reporting huge sums spent for constantly better times growing ahead.population, own citizens! can possibly be that sh& I defeat at the polls. When political Subarrlbeil" and sworn to "hpfore meMhl-t Iflth.

'. Improved road In the north F lorlda means has come into such a vision of the Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Misses Mabel preachers declare that the divine law dfty of July. 1924.

IOuntioll, when as a matter of tact the The law depression of is only is temporary.The value of good roadd. Edwards and visitor, :Miss Mary Lowery l is not to be accepted as God wrote it, /I A., Notary S. CREWS Public

-: sums thus reported were bond Issues the compensation going to And just here we are led to repeat and Laurie Edwards were weekend and that the gospel is not sufficienttosave |

from the counties In which the r<>Ills, bring pendulum back. a suggestion which we have made be-I guests of Mr.and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- and reform men, and that they I ULIIGtT FOR BRADFORD COUNTY

were under construction.< Naturally All farmers need to do is to be opti- I fore. Tho state road department ought kins. can devise better laws of their own | Eatfmat espenscageneral" fund for the

: those in south Florida mistic and keep pegging away There I by all means give out all the information -I creation, it is small wonder that men' Salary Aflcal year of Clerk ratting September. 3nth. i 1" _->
newspapers
is better of Circuit Court .
a day coming-and when it Alvarez of Jacksonville u
Clyde
thought;\ the road department which it has when it bulletinsits and women have little respect for ,; Cbunty Auditor and Clerk to Cnuntt, '
; the northern was some! the tiller of the soil i is !going to activities, to the minutest detail' spent Saturday with relatives Kelly human laws. J I Comm __--________---.---__-_1800.00
favoring
end of the
state, and set up i a howl-ranging he sitting on top of the world .where and the last penny. Then there could Kottage, and was accompanied on If you destroy a mn!}'. faith in the I Per CotnmfHuionera-diem 5 and_ _mllcnitu.- _* _of 500.00
he belongs.-Nassau County Lea er. his return by Mrs. Warren and niece, Pay of Sheriff For nh. -
from state divIlon down. Since the be no misunderstanding. Had such divine law and its binding claims, you I commissioner.Attendance_ .. on County .

matter has l len set aright, nono of -0- been the rule followed there could not Dorothy Alvarez. cannot expect that he will have very 11.1..... of Other 0ft'1..o.u.... and u.Employee 80.00

TilEI.. : I.WITII A JOn much human I Attorney for County; ___ _
possibly have been respect for enactments.The comm 40.00
these any uncertainty -- -
4 J.I
with -
newspapers, the exception Mr. and Mrs. J. and
AND THE :MERCHANT= B. Dye son, Supervlnor of Ki-vlstratlon .., _. J40,00
: of the Times, hn,| the courage to confess as to what occurred in* the Bradford B. Jr., of Jacksonville: and church that substitutes the force RepaIrs to Count'llulldlnns- :-

to its readers they mis- county case, for instance, though it is of law for the power uf love, has lost Court House --___--__-__-- -_- 10000
were This Is addressed to the man with A. :M. Dlanchard and daughters, Jail -_u.h_ ..__
little difficult for those l\lrs'j her vision and her mission and drives h 100.00
.' taken. a job. a uninitated es Wilma, Authenne and Furniture and Future. for
r. in the full working and thinking of ,; more people from Christanity into Court House _______----_ ___ 100.00
-- At night you go home from your of Lawtey, are spending the .', Jail .----.---._.... .-_ -_- ---.._ 100.00
TUB TOWN YOU LIVE IN labors, rat a good supper get out theslippers the state road department should be the Richard cottage. I I crime than any! other agency. If the I E.pon..ot Taunt- -n, IIHIn..--.--.._.
reporting Bradford county's expenditure churches which have abdicated their Janitor* and (Other Attvndnnu. _-_ 430.00
-
; Stand'up for it. and the old pipe well caked of :! all :Mrs. and Kathleen spiritual for Llirht, Fuel and Water ___-__un._-__ 20),) 00
with read $281,577.00: at in a statement -'I Glass daughters, program legislative Incidentals _
age, your paper or a good hn. -- 1 '"II i "U
Think well of it. of its own work. and Jenne, Mrs.\ :Marion Darrough and domination in politics, do not retreat C.r. of County Poor
book little walk the
or enjoy a with
Speak In its favor. wife and kiddies. If the state road department wHI. daughter, Dolores, :Miss Anna Reigel, from the political arena, it will not Allowance of Poor Hu.Made..... to-00_"_.ul''r.____. .OuUide_ 2..00')
; Encourage its industries. take the people into fullest confidenceas I Bob Gray, Edward Aires and Mr. be long until they will be shorn entirely j Coronrr'a : u. )
Nothing about :
to until to- : :: :
Patronize Its merchants. worry : to its work and workings it will remove Bouland, returned to Gainesville of all the prestige and spiritual I. Fees of OiViceJurors"u.n'd WltI -
morrow. The job will last, next year I nesses _no.______ _. ISO.00
-
Hurrah for the enthusiastic. and the next. You'll one of the most fruitful sources Tuesday after spending several daysat influence they formerly exerted over Insanity, Inqul 'Ii.: -

Cheer every live enterprise. always make of misunderstanding as to just whatit Zelznr with Mrs. Katie Davis. the hearts of men. The churches can- : Fees of OfTl..... and Commute ._._ 150.00
enough to keep comfortable I Btslloncry
See all that is beautiful In it en up a is doing and probably strengthen not afford to make their appeal to law rjeneral Stallon.l'Ol.nk.and Printing.. :__, ,
home be etc. j on> 00
and able to the I
enjoy companionship < R. L. Richard, of Jacksonville, is Record. _____
Books __
dorsed. faith in the belief that we are making j jdefinite I and abandon their appeal to, the con- --- -- -- ho.- 30000
of your family In the the owner of a modern poultry farm I I Ad-.rU.ln.. Required by law and paid
Chant toward bona ride science. The that
praises to the good it poiseases. progress a only religion las; for by County .
evening, the Dradentown Herald. ---u -MO" 00
; says state road system, with much emphasis at Kingsley lake. Theplantisincharge any value in the Might of Heaven is Commission Paid to Officer-
But there Is another man in the of M. A. Belcher who has had Tax Assessor ._. ___
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: considerable ------ I.'OO 00
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Sing of its wonders the word state. Convince heart religion. True religion rests ------- -
) ou'll find It town who cannot always feel] free on up. Tax Collector u_ ._.. 1)0"l -
so I
M' his some.. the people of Florida that they are to I experience in this' line, and on free choice for its acceptance and I I $herIff. General Court Work u..h_-_----_ 10000

Love it, stick to It-the town you and local easy merchant.in the For evening.this lie is be our a have that and all will be as happy as I| the number of chickens Is being increased when it makes its appeal to force, it' Cli-rk General Circuit Court Court Work Recording__ __an.I__ 1BOOO

live in. may the marriage bell about which we used rapidly. The demand for eggs becomes a false religion. A large I! Rxpenie of Election _000.' _n.___-_____ '100.00

Welcome backward season. The merchandisehe to hear so mi'-h. The people deserve and chickens at the lake is being supplied share of the present lawlessness can :I Kxpense of Indexing ....-.___- .-- .1000
improvements, stagna I' |, Reserved for Contingencies ..._
has bought Is not moving. He may t from this place. I -..__- 100.00
I tion's] a sin. as a matter of right to be fully and be laid rightly at the door political i;
.
stand to lose n lot of money, for I ) Patti. ___.___ .
Praise it and laud it if you wish prices have all come down since he adequately informed in regard to their I I :MOORER-MAY: "'- preachers who are enfeebling the I ESTIMATE OF 00 F PFNSFt'! ; FiEtte'oi." 0 flfl" SA:

thrift to come.- Selected. made his the own business. So long as they are not claims of religion on the hearts of FEITURE FUND _
purchase big stocks
-0't. --- or so informed it will be hard to keep Mr.\ A. C. Moorer and >Iiss! Wilma men, by making Christianity legalistic Sheriff. and Deputies, Cost Bill \In
'of overcoats, of women's sweaters or I Criminal Ca e*
.., C.YeW HEAT IT? of shoes have suddenly ,out some of them from surmising if thereis Gl.'raldineIay: were married in instead of inspirational and spiritual.Exchange. Conmable Cost .DUb In Criminal 1,800.00

may gone anything which anyone does not Gainesville Saturday night, July the Cases .-.. 10000
of style. Clerk of the Circuit. ,
!; With exception the new want them to know. 5th Judge Heirs few relatives Court. Cost Bllla
one revenue by a In Criminal Case* ..
Nothing to do but sacrifice sell below 80.00
law which became:, effective on We are confident that the south and friends witnessing the ceremony. Static does not interfere with the County J".1.... Cost Bill In Criminal- -

June 2 closes all known methods of COAt. and avoid the loss of moneyas Florldans who are a part of the state Arthur is the only son of :Mr. and :Mrs. broadcasting of gossips-only lightning J..Case.."..* of.the Peace.-Cor....-1.000.00
much as possible. It is not tin I Bllla la
'V technical tax avoiditnre under the law, easy, road department are doing their best H. E. Moorer; the bride being the only can do anything in such cases. Criminal Case _. 10000
pleasant evening with him. It is an I Miami Daily News. Witness Fee _____ __________-
500.00
in the opinion of high officials of the and standing strongly for the projectsof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May. I Court Stenographer in --
evening filled with worry. Perhaps he Insolvency.
Treasure Department. their districts, but it appears at They have many friends and relatives I This is a precocious age. :Most of C.... .___--_. (0.09

This one exception, tax-exempt To Stop a Couch Quick times that fair re-approtionment is along who will join in wishing them much the bandits and murderers nowdays Sheriff Collected Commission- _on Fine._, etc, 280.00

bonds, is a sufficient loophole through take" HAYES* HEALING l time coming.. happiness. are mere klds.-St. Augustine Re- Feeding. Prisoners ..,. 750.00JOO
which income from billions of capitalcan HONEY The Times does not want to hinder Pay of Juror In Criminal Case. County
cough medicine which stops the cough by A Lakeland electric dealer advertised cord. and Justice Pea.. Court ___.n. .00
taxation each the state road department. It very Dl.lnf.nt _.
escape year. healing the inflamed and irritated UaauJ!&. __ 10000'
Many excuses were offered by senators A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE genuinely desires to help It, so it "osculating fans" and now the Well, the state elections are over. r R..ot; .lailit! far 1.11.< ... .' ''.'-__ 48/.00

I and representatives for failure SALVE for Cheat ColdHead Colds and trusts that from now on the full facts Tribune Stenographer wants us to I The results! didn't suit everybody, but ntin.nei.--------- HS.OOr )

,: to change. cur present laws so as to Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of will be given in department state- get one for the office. -Tampa Trib- the one thing that puts an "edge" on 1.221.0C

do away with future issues of tax- tfA ns': HEAUNG HONEY. The salv ments regarding road work.-Tampa i une. .. politics is the competition in the thing -- ---

bond should be rubbed on the cheat and throat Times I The vote of the makes
exempt I witncn family
of children suffering from a Cold I
or Croup.Tb
The mere fact that they failed to -0- I jars occasionally, but think of tin fan
.
.
nsalbut eflert of Hare Healing Hone la I .
make the change however, means that Me the thrae combined with. th. heejia4 effect c< Now that the scarcity of bananas 'I there is) hi "making up" again.-F'or
l.ruim* O-Pea-Trace 8eJ,, Urowlb. 6t. yon a> has seemingly been relieved, we wish (Ida Grower.
0..10 ,
KMM atop C cowtaBixh |
To Cur a Cold .In One Day remedle. are peeked .hi at* carton end the whoeve tole his gal would bring her i ..

Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet.) cast. ol tlM cowbiiMil ireumant U ttc. back and let us proceed to the next I Colds Cease unp aod influenza

.tootUieteutth .nd'*IHeda.he" sad worh .crlh'! .J,:.t a sit your druggist for HAYES musical monstrosity.-Tampa Trib- I LAXATIVE BfEOMO QUDTBTe TabWU temm th
('4,45.. E W. GROVE', .ignatur on neb bom. S* | HEALING HONEY. now. Thtr U only CM "3-H..> Qula'.o.'

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