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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 25, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02239
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I I ,'BR.tIFORD Ilir.II SCHOOL I CITY BARKER SHOPINSTALLS UNION: l"Ol'I1'TO: GUVDK) A \\OIUv OF ART I : C

OPENS IN '' : : NEW CUAIUS! 'm-: : KOVD FROM NEW: I5IVEH: I, llrevo"i i
I 1 \X' Davis I Oscar andivlgvrre '
I I I 1vcst'irt ina John I II
?Full Quota of Teachers The City Barber Shop has been I At the meeting on July 7th of the mous Painting "Vila Somnium

I, Rural Schools Open First I furnished anew with the latest in bond trustees for Union county it was : :.' .

! i in August chairs, three in number, and these :I ordered that the road from Lake Butter For several months past Oscar Van-

School will ( with the electrical appliances! in use, I g!!? gg gT5yg r ?iL'lSaIII iw I to Long Bridge, to unmeet with dlviKVurt. has been! working on areproduction .
of the famous old
Bradford High I puintmg -
| make this shop equal to many in the I the road leading from Stnrkc, be !
during the early I "Vita bomnium Breve" Life is ,
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1021-J5! cities. I
cleared and graded Mvsars. A D. Andrews -
[September the date not i I and W. O. Brooks were appointed a Hucf I>\\\'U'II), the original", painted 1
although it is REPUBLICAN in Zurich by Arnold Bocklin hangs
definitely set, : STATE TICKETThe I on tho committee to OXOIKVU the
day will today in the Basle Museum SwiUer- d
stood the opening
work, and Mr. McDonald will have
[the first or second Monday Republican state convention + hUll 1, and has practically completed 1
I churns of the construction .
[month. was held in Pulatkn Tuesday and the < gangs.This the w.rk.I.: Vaiulivi vuro is an ar- i
will bo good news to dtiions
of teachers fallowing ntllt" and congressional I at.111''tY tist ot small calibre, and through
full no /
The quota 1 r \ ,
r1 b + lir i of both Bradford and! Union counties, ; 1
( County ticket was nominated: I months of painstaking. effort he lute
secured by ''
between
I us this stretch of five miles l
Wiggins for the Starke school I Governor, W. R. O'Neul, Orange I Luke Butler and Long Bridge ix nil : faithfully reproduced thu painting", i rl\*\ Aii ,I
that with this from sketch III his possession made J..
[is confident county. 1! the unimproved road between Lake' a .
High will enter Secretary of State from the original, during his visit tu
I Bradford W. C. Lawson, \llutler and Starke With the completion '
[ the most successful terms of Orange county. +t tM1 1 of the rook road between Starko the gutlory.

tory. Treasurer, B. G. Smith Seminole ,land Hampton, It will give Union' Words, cannot express the beauty of

,, f Prof. S. S. Dowling, county. i I tounty citizens an outlet to the Alaihua thu painting! ; It must be seen. The

i Jay Alderman, Misses Comptroller, M.\ M. Owens Holmes p sSFC capital, the greater part of the' central figure is a sphinx head In u

thews and Carolyn Fripp county. distance being n rock road. I II marble framework. From this head i

charge of the high school Commissioner of Agriculture J. L. 1 The graded! road from Starke to flows. thu stream of life. Its deep blue
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while the following named Skipper, Polk county.Superintendent Long bridge Is In excellent condition I waters wind through a green meadow,

the !grades assigned to them: of Public Instruc- and Is being kept in tip-top\ shape byI'I bright with dandelions and daisies, !

Mrs. Bessie McGruder : tion, Airs.\ Ida M.\ Oberlan, Dadecounty rood, crew. and on the borders of the stream two

grade. i C I little children are playing. One with

Mrs. MeJa Hodges seventh Justice of Supreme Court, \V. M.Gober. I"1 11.1. ; 1TOlf'IWOS( ( : TilE CONriNEM' : l pule, golden hair U pleasing a handful ;,

"Miss Mabel Edwards sixth Hillnboro countv and- -, Fred : : of iluwrrs against hie btttast as t
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Miss Isabel Bullen'fifth gr Cubberly, Alachua county.I1 I ho casts them, one by one, upon the
Miss Nellie Stearns, fourth Attorney General, E. B. Kurtz l Mr. and Mrs!\ L. A. Davis will leave water; the other, u charming little

Miss Alice Tharin, third Dude county. (i i today for Fernandina, where they will fellow, with reddish, < curls, rusts his

Miss Ethel Griffin second Railroad Commissioner, I. O. Price, visit Mr. (Davis' mother sister anti chubby hands upon( the ground as he

Miss Ollie Ray, primary.. Hillsboro county. WILL OPERATE BUS LINKSTARKE : AUUr.SIKI: ) ON tlllCUF.N; :: '1IIKF1CHAKliK family. The following !Monday they I II bends forward to watch a daisy borne

Supt. Wiggins state that For Congress from district No. 2, 10 G.ilNE.4VII.LH: I : I will start b>' automobile on a trip i iIIcross away by the current of the stream.In .

mainder of the county II. O. Brown, of Starke. I tho continent, taking In then I the renter of the picture, on tho '
Starting Thursday morning, the Klbert: J/< nkins, (arl Jenkins and different places of interest as they be-
begin their term on Monday, For Congress, from district 'No. 4, I I right of the fountain, stands a young\ '
4th, with the exception of G. W. Bingham of West Pulm Beach. Gaiinesvllle Bus Co., operated bj W. \\"t'MlcLuke, time: young white boys come convenient. I II woman, clasping. (lowers In her upraised

which opens August 11th, II. Hayea: have started a duil.v bus of fouitucii to fifteen years of age, They will spend several days iii hands. slut

is given the names of teachers SHOPI'E ELITE IN NEW HANDS service from Starke to the University were arrested on warrants sworn out I Atlantis, with !Mm. Davis', brothers, into the distance., its Her gazes; dreamily drapery d

ed and the number of City.: The bus is scheduled to arriveIn b.\' Jennie Johnson colored, of Reno, then go to Chattanooga, thence gauzy (
Elite the exclusive After'I of deep blue, sprinkled with gold
The Shoppe ,
school will run: Starke at 8:20 a. in., and will leave it being charged that the youngster Louis and across to Denver.
Theressa-To be shop for ladies, established by Mrs on its return trip at 0.45: u. m., making had stolen four hens from her and spending sometime mound) Denver stars, contrasts with tho beautiful
; has been I flesh tones of her nude !body and the
Kelle Hughes purchased by ,
of the beauties
months. connections with the southbound disposed of them. they expect to new some ,
C. T. Miss :Marguerite! Shriver, of Brooker, Southern train at Hampton at 10:07. At the trial in county judge's court Yellowstone National; Park, lichuM of her hair.Farther .
Hampton- Lawhorn
conduct the busi- ; buck the left, beneatha
Weest Eva Williams eight who will personally Only one round trip c'/.ily is now Tuesday Carl Jenkins plead, guilt] und then drive to TIIolllaVa hlnlt'l upon
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; helmeted
McRae ness in the future. Mrs. Huges recently scheduled, but as soon as the road, is to the charge and was sentenced to ton, and on down! thu Puc-illc coast, to group of trees, n knight 1/1
Kelley Barney I I
in Lake Wales clad In red with his lance In hand I II /
opened shop ,
a
months. completed to Baldwin three limousine (pay $1 and cost or l be remanded, to the San Francisco and Los Angeles. Mrs ,
Pmeforest-Transported to and she found it necessary to devote busses will be placed In service be- reform school until ho Leached the age Duvls having relatives In Los Angeles ,I' ides forth upon his steed into the,

her entire time to its management. I tween Jacksonville and Gainesville of 21 years. The two remaining boyi they will abidtt there snmetimu. On unknown world boyond. In the distance
to
Brooklyn-Transported I his bent form In its brown 1' !
long r
ton. done To Her 'li-";ird making two round trips daiily.I plead. not guilty und! their trial was their return to Florida' they will take .!I robe silhouetted. against the cloud- ;

Randolph Bobbie Layton I The schedules for the dilTerent set for Thursday. I 0 n. m. a different route, probably n highway
; luiked, blue IK seated did
( sky an man,
months. After a long lingering illness I II'hlcp I towns on the route are given in their Trial of T. N. Heals, issuing worth- further south
unconscious that Inhlnd him, Death
Vanderbilt To be supplied she bore with Christian .,'ttll'r.& I advertisement in this issue. less checks. not for last. Saturday con I I
-- ; I IIAMi"TONIlamptun :\ with club upraised( stand ev m at
months. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Smith died at I tlnued.I li
IcOAD WOIIH<< STlrrEI1'/ that moment ready to strike the
very
her home here Sunday night, July! State of Florida vs I. W. Pinholstpr,
Graham-T. B. I'inholster ,: I July 25-J. It. Croft whorepaired fatal blow F'
Fogg! ; seven months. 12th at eleven o'clock. She had every I LA\V1K\ / using I profane language. Judge din [ aid painted his two story I i In "Mailers! Inrl" wu read): "It 1

New River-To be supplied possible attention from the best Work was started Manday after : qualified residence! on !Main street last week, I, is the most original and significant\

months. physicians> and friends and loved ones. I I noon at Law ley putting the rock base FIMMILK! : in having a concrete side walk placed of the countless representations of the

Sampson .Alvin Wadin Mrs. Smith was born at Jacksonville down that of the I infront of the house which will extend
; : on part highway four ages uf man which either modern/ I +
months. 81 years ago being the daughter traversing the town. Owing tu thy Five Mile, July 23-Job Richard, o f the whole length of tho lot on I or ancient art has produced"

Zitf-OHie Hague; six '. uf' Bill and Eve llamonds. When her width of the streets to be covered It Alachun, was a recent visitor here. which the residence stands I I Mr. Vundtvigvere will place theminting ;
Jacksonville there i
Rising-P. L. Lastinger; father first knew I will take the crews a week to completethe Col II. O. Brown and, family, o f; Rev Arthur Depew, State Jo \'RII"'I1st { on exhibition Saturday In

months. was only one fish house marking the work within the town limits. I Slorko, were here Saturday, for the Church of Christ: preachedhere the window of I 1.1.) I D. Miner. We understand y i 1

Boatdram-Blanche Edwards place where the city now stands. Hermother's Work was dolayed several days on I A. L. Green and family, of Brooker, last Sunday morning und that afterward, It will bo )iaaodon I h".
Eve Hunter k
months maiden name was old- account of slowness of Western Union ; were guests! Sunday of her mother, even-I, the market for .sale. The original

Brooker-J. A. Boatwright, an esteemed young lady of an gang in moving a line of poles from Mrs. Martha Panl..h.I ing.W.. G. Seals, of Jacksonville, wus has been sought by tho woild's) richest ?yw

Ogden, Laura Wynn, Gladys ; ; North Carolina family.the last of along siding where the trucks were to I Miss, Norma Dekle, Kirk and Julian a business visitor herethin week men, but money cannot buy It. ,,,,

., six months. Mrs. Smith was and one a be loaded with rock. This work -had Dekle returned Friday from lake Mrs\ M.\ L. Watt'rson und son, This copy is said\ to be u faithful reproduction y i
two girls.
Bradford-To be supplied; family of eight boys not been completed Tuesday noon, although -,, Butler having spent several days with Fredrick, and Mrs J. W. Bedonbuuich, I Mini wu would like to haveit
she married Augustus
months. At an early age sufficient space had been clear- : their uncle A. E. Proctor. are visiting Mrs W. K. linker( this remain In Starke.
To this
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Crestview-Transported to .1'I Jones a native of Georgia. ed to allow the use of most of the B. L. Duke who In employed. at week. .- -------
union was born one daughter and .. HV.MI'TON. K0\l/ > OJ'IONKO
Rosier- Juanita Holland
here with his
; Hiding; Olustee Sunday
two sons:1\1 rs. Mary E. Thomas, I spent I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones are the

months Robert and Frank Jones all of this SIRA1IIOKNEHA.ENMr. ( : :: family.Mr. guests of Mrs Junes/ slater, Mm. A. Work' on thief state highway south
Davis Ruth Anderson B. Powell have I
; and Mrs
returned
place. After the death of her husband, I A. Durliniti of CoCoa. of Starke has been cumplutud to the
months. Jr. Jones she was married to Dr. A. Otwa Graves titrayhorne and from Ocnla.Miii Mrs. Frances" heaves, of St.Petersburg : Aluchua county line and opened to
Woodlawn-Hummer Layton Miss Verio Lorene Hazen united'in Eliza: Dukes wan. the truest of the of her aiatllr.lIIrl. .
P. Smith, of Madison, a North Caromian were in guest trafllc. The lam of thu nick base was
tant to be supplied; five afternoon at !\Irll. I D. I. niume Sunday. ,
After their marriage they marriage Tuesday I O. Ilaynes. put down Thursday of last week and
Ileilbron-Wadus Graham, moved to Bradford county and here ::1:30<: o'clock at the homo of Mr. Holt-I George Williams, of Wilby, spent( C. L. Sullivan of Thuruvsu' visited i was suirlflrd,) and rolled Frldiv.

Morgan; five months. I Spent the remainder of their life. Her zemlrof, on Went Madison the week-end, here guest of relativesand his mother, Mrs. J. I' Sullivan lat |I Trucks und landing/ equipment are

Futch-FIosHye Rosier; ive luitband's death occuring 15: Tars! Judge R. A. Green performing the friends. Sunday now in Lnwtry, where work will start 1
Lawtey-W. O. DuVall, Eva few relatives and I I.PI'Iann.! of Union City Joe Johnson who has been
she has made her home here with ceremony. Only a Miss Krnma: in tho part of the* rond loading north
son, Joyce Terry, :Mrs J. ,.. go 1'ink-ton and Mr. Ilurkhnrt, of Ala-
Jacksonville and
her daughter, Mrs. Mary E. Thouias, intimate friends of the contracting! visiting friends at from Sturkv. A number of telegraph
Mrs. B Perkins; eight mo ,t'H. : witnessed the 'hullw're here on bu..inellBVednel- I'ulntku has returned to her homo
parties ceremony. ) poles had tu be removed from along
since then. I'
Highland-To be supplied; Mrs. Smith was a consistent member Mr. Strayhorne is a resident of day. wim, here this week. aide! the siding! to allow the shovel

Months. of the Baptist 'huri"J, she was Walilo, being employed by the Sea Mr and Mm. J. M. Dukes were Mrs S. A. Saxon who has been the apace fur unloading, the ears
to :\ of Mr. and 1\rs.\ M. P. Dekle
Cason-Transported
faithful wife, a loving mother und board railway in the capacity of con- truest guest of here lI"n. Isome Ogden, for

neighbor. Not; only her ductor, and -his bride< is the charming I Tuesday. several weeks has returned to her a

loved generous ones but a large circle of friends. young daughter of Mr and Mrs. F.I, William Byrd and Mrs. Jennie Lane, home here, I ,

Davis At Homer re deeply! grieved at the thoughts of M. Hazen, of .IT. Both purlieu +)i of Shnldx, Ga. were week-end guestsof David Moore of Theressa, attended Ncw Bryan Pictures \
their sister, Mrn Margaret! Thomas.
She was laid to are well known and liked throughout church here last Sunday evening.
her passing away. ,
at Rattlesnake cenucery this section and have the bent wishes Mrx Den Roberts who has been Mrs. M.\ C. !Manaire and son, Cecil,

I CJ Monday New River by the side ')f her of all for a happy married life.I visiting relatives here for two weeks and grandson V'erl, and Mrs\ :'k- /

)Dr. A. P. Smith. Immediately after the ceremony the I returned to Raiford Sunday. Cruder and son, Mozel, who have! ,been
husband I
broken relatives have couple left for a tour of the East' Mrs L G. Johns and .daughters/ visiting Mrs. !Manairo's\ brother in
The heart
Coast and points in North Carolina. Minxes' Pen rile and Hule, were guests Grapeland Texan returned to their j
'v e of the entire comma 11ty. -
the sympathy
.5e of !Mr. and Mm. Claude Renfroe Sunday I homo here this week. iA
:May her sorrowing loved ones I
THERESSA .
I who. have
l I"ok la Hun who is able to comfort L. L. Smith and family I
Miss Julia Dukes and Jesse Dukes
I been located the Wiggins' farm
of trouble, and may they 10 i on
time Theressa, July 25-Mrs. W. J. Stat-I were Sunday guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. moved
the tdgu of town, have to
.. I live that when the time of their departure ford left Saturday for her ho e ,I :\01. P. Pekle. in comfortably. located in I

from this life they may /go to Larkins after visiting friend hero )I Alvin Kite, of Lake' Duller, spent ''the town Uedetibuugh, and are cottage on Main
her in the land where there is several. weeks. j
I Sunday here with Mr and !Mrs. J. M.! I street

more death neither sorrowing nor Mr. and Mrs. Luke Drawdy, of LaCrosse Dukes I Mm. O. K. Prince und children, Inn-

erymg. flow are visiting Mr. and Mrs II. L. C. and Rawson Johnson motor- bell and Marvin, who have "been' iti(>ii.!,

Why should our tears his in sorrow D. May.)/ j ed to Raiford Sunday. I Ini" a week with Mrs. 'Prince aunt, ,,

When, bids God them recalls leave Tl world own of woe Mrs.\ II. D. May and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and !Mrs. G. W. Johnson announced I Mrs. Elite Kparkman! for ten days n
And
For immortal crown ? A. C. Moorer were shopping in the birthof a daughter July left last :Monday\ for Lake City where tt

let an our sorrow cease to flow Starke Saturday. 10th. they will be guests of :Mrs Prince's

recalled his own Mrs. W. T. Wallace was a visitor Misses\ Lola rarrish and Gladys sister, Mrs. J. C. McKolsky. ,
God has
But let our hearts in every)/ woe to Hampton Saturday.Mr. Dukes were guests of Misses Pea rile Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was a visitor

Still say Thy will be done. : and Mrs W. T. Wallace left I and Esiie': Johnson Saturday. to Starke last Saturday.The I
Monday for Boca Grand where they William Byrd Mrs. Margaret' trustees of the Hampton si h.'ol

CARD OF THANKS will visit relatives for some time. Thomas and M,.. Jennie Lane spent are having the school building repaired j

I :Monday at Midway. guests of Thomas and will have It repainted in the'
Through the Telegraph we wish to Mr. Chas. Gillyard and John Hall future. '
Thomas and family. near
returned their home here Sunday
the many good people, of Samp- to I Fodder pulling is in full swing in Rev. A, S. Jones filled his regular [

City who so kindly and thought from Daytona. our xertinn. The late corn was greatlydamaged appointment here last Sunday m,>rti,-
Messrs. R. :M. Herney, L. L. Young- ,
rendered Christian serv 4
so many
by recent rains lag and! evening. At the morning or'-
blood and G. P. Neal left Monday, for '
.. during the sickness and death of I Ice his subject was "How. Shall We'
mother Mr A. P. Smith. Your a motor trip to South Florida.Mr. SINSVEL1.: PAID FOIl Escape If We neglect: so Great a Sal' s
of kindness will never and Mrs. II. D. May visited I "
deed I vation. He mad. his: subject very intresllng >-
relatives in LaCrosse Sunday.Mr. A minister discovered two
forgotten. May God blesi you all. negro and, impressive. At the uveninif ,
Mr. and MrtHMR P. M. Geiger was a visitor to men playing card on Sundayandfor I service the subject was "Home

and MRS. J. S. THOMAS,, Starke Thursday.Mrs. I money. Building.! Ills illustrations were. aiplicable | -
FRANK JONES, Jas Moore and little son left "Raxtus," said the minister, "don'tyou to real home life, and *.. m,

R. A. JONES.: Friday for their home in Valdosta, know It's wrong to>> play cards on trrestlng that even the children n... <.
Ga. after visiting her mother Mrs. J. de Sabbath" I '
strict attention throughout tht >rv
There's not so much in this heredity E. Ounley. She was accompanied 'Y.s, parson, answered Rastus,

The young idiot who won't home by here brother Charlie Ouiley. ruefully. "But, believe ma ab'e pay- ice. a
I Miss Erma Johns and Miss Mary ,,
his lights had a father and moth- Mr. W. T. Wallace and E. S. Sib- In' foh mah since. "-Tb Hadsonian. y
E. Thlgpen, who have been visiting
who did all their courting by the ley were transacting business In I
Since an eastern court ruled that a I friends. at Dade City have returned
parlor lamp.-Tampa Stark one day the past wrek. S
t Vall .f. Long pedestrian U not obliged to turn out to their home here. They report a I Latest etxllo plctnre of QMS. W.

t'.. la to b>e the Democratic Young mother asked a cross old for an automobile, It Is clear that any I pleasant trip. I Brrsa vmocraJle, V1 B-PrM<.atU1laka

this summer tor th
- porch ate John W. Darls, came you would understand and the cross old lady answered pedestrian does so at its own risk.- I has been the !guest of friends and rela-I Metes la 01"tk1a.n.. refit

was dential taken candidate.there. Thia new what causes all the troubl. in China. "Sam as short ones." St. Augustine Record. tives here for several day. I Irr I sit/ ttH MUlBMb







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAUK FLORIDA FRIDAY. JULY 25. 1921

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TN'OTICE'OP APPLICATION FOR TAX : '
1 DfED 'the SXand the NH of the NKU: of
the
UNDER SECTION 575 OP NOTICE OP APPLICATION TAX DEED
THE FOR
I ALTAMONTE SPRINGS SCENE:' is for the use of the home which will ing. GENERAL STATUTES. UNDER SECTION 571 OF THE ,8EM\ ef Section 23. Township 6. South. Range
I I be known the Florida National The session before the calm bake GENERAL STATUTES i2u Last: containing luu acres. more or 1_.
LARGE GATIIEIUNG WHEN as Hereby notice la given NW< of
OF I that D. W. Moore I 2. The SWI4 of the 4 Section JJ
ESTATE GETS GIFT Newspaper Men's Home." served by the congressman was concluded purchaser of tax isle ..rtllle..... numbered Notice la hereby given that T. J. Alderman Township t. South. Range 20 East containing -
: 1 FOURTh I his by miscellaneous addresses respectively 2S7 and 246. uuued by the Tax purchaser. of part of Tax Certificate No. il:9, 40 serve more or 1 hue; Also Tb. NW<4
Following!;; speech, Congressman Collector. of Bradford County Florida emil dated the 7th day of July. A. 1>. 1D1U,, has of the SWM\ of Section 23. TownahJp .. South
; Former New Conitretianian, Now Haines called his wife to the front of from representatives of the various ..rtincatei belnn. dated July 3rd. 1922.haa filed said certificate, In my office and hue of Range 20 East containing 40 acrea more

l-'lorlda Citizen. Found.* Home fur I the theater where she was greeted by state papers including: Rube Allen R. made tiled aad! cortlncatea In my office and hue made application with law.for Said tax deed certificate to .Issue embraces In accordance or loss : Also S'.j, of the NE4! of the 8EUof
application for tax deed to Issue in Township 6. South of Rang
Section 23. Jo
AlJt.tJ and Infirm Newspapermen I every man present. li Brassier and Clarence Woods. The accordance with law. thu following described property situated In East, containing 40 acres mora or hea.I .
work for inland< waterways, and the Salt) certlflcatea reapoetlvoly embraced. the Bradford County, Florida. towlt : Lola 1. 2, I of the of Boctkm
Major Barnet, of Oakland of the followlnR. lends In It 4. ...... 2t. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 E.. contain :I. The N"-j, SWVa 2J,
Orlando. Gratifying a lifelong I First Presbyterian church, took suggestion! that Rollins College be ajuieaMfd at date of Bradford the Issuance Counry.of such Florida.cortfllcatesln I log IllS a._. more or I..... I Township 6. South 1 leas Range 20 Eaat containing

yeamniK to tu "uasociuted with the I charge of the moetiinj while Chalri partially connected through a school the names ivapretively hereinafter- of Tho the .Issuance said land. of being such eertitlcate assessed. at In tha the date 80 acres more or R. A. Green.
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name
particularly set ..
fourth and an attachment of wi th the Haines forth .wlt : I Special Master.B. .
men of the estate i man Hosmer conferred with association journalism project Certificate No. 287 cmbracea one A. N. of MeJroae Mfg. Co.

"aince boyhood days for the I committe on the by-laws for the was suggested by speakers be- end of W-i of NW'4 of NKVi E. of Railway on according Unless. said certificate shall bs redeemed I .Solicitor M. JOHNS for Complainant.
to law tax deed will thereonon
SMI. !% Tp. 7. $. R. 22 E.. Issue
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I I newspaper profession, Charles new home. for the morning session closed. Harriet Odom.Certirleafe acre assessed the 28th day of July. A. D. 1924. 7-4-5t-tt-l

I Ilaine former New York State: Cungremman The afternoon session was devotedto No. 246 embraces Witness my official signature and seal this -
iota
three impress
"There are things that 5. 8. 7. 1. fho 23rd day of Juno A. D. 1924. IN COUNTY Jt'DCE'S'' COURT.
hed himseLf Monday formulation of and lit 9 of blk 14 A lot 10. 11. 12 of blk It
di tinKui me in the speech and the action the by-laws In Hampton S.>.. 19. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. O. W. ALDERMAN. I BRADFORD COUNTY. fLORIDl
when he donated to the Floridanewijmpermwn'ti of Congressman Haines," he statistical details I incident to the A. A. McDonald. asicaited (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. IN PKOBATB.

iisHodiutlon! a beautiful said "1 have known Mr. and Mrs. launching of the enterprise.If Unless said oertiflcatea" ahall b. redeemed. By C. A. Deputy KNIGHT.Clark. i IN Re : Estate of
r according to law tax deed will Issue thereon JOE DUHSCHEICL deceased.
I i.. lakeside estate of rolling wood Haines for more than twenty years 0. the 18th day of August A. D. 1924. 527517.23NOTICE I FINAL NOTICE.
Junes you want to !spend a week where Witness official NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
I. and shaded my signature and seal this the
land orange groves lluinea almost OF
and lived with Mr. APPLICATION
as FOR TAX DEED
will receive the best instruction the 14th day of July. A. D. 1924. i undi'tvigned will on the 6th day of September.
,
! ''t I 4tt Altuniontv Spring.* as a home for a brother throughout the major part you G. W. ALDERMAN. UNDER 'SECTION (71 OF TUB I A. D. 1024. the Honorable' County
GENERAL C'u
available in Dixie on farming and Seal STATUES. ''
weary Journalists. of this time. I ( ) Clark Circuit Court. Judge of Bradford Florida her final
time Bradford Notice Is hereby given that J. R. Howe, account and vouchers Administratrix .
farm practices and at the same County. Florida. return .
, J ( Thin. IH to be a home, not a poor "In all this life together I have By C. A. KNIGHT. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 131 dated the estate of Joe Duraoherl. Je-

1 house, where all the atn.o phere of learned true fact. Mr. Haines has enjoy a very pleasant vacation come Deputy Clerk. tho 8nl day of July. A. D. 1922. has nlcd ; ceased .on'd at said time, then there, maivu
flourish and one to FARMERS': AND FRUIT GROW- 7-18-61-8-15 said certificate In my office and made appli application tiT the. said judge .a final settlement
life antI lit Hhull ever the vision of genius. lie sees more ration for tax deed to .issue In accordance of her administration, said estate

where the underpaid scribe can find clearly than member of the association ERS' WEEK at the College of Agriculture !NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX: DtBD; with law. Said certificate: embraces the fol aa such administratrix and for an order discharging
after giving any of the University of Florida, UNDER SECTION 175 OP TUB lowing. described property. situated In Brad. here aa such .dlnlatrtrt...
their
liking I
an abode to present, the value of what he GENEKAL STATUTES ford County. Florida, to-wlt : Lot SI In Wood. 1 this 3rd clay of 1321.OKTELLA .
80 much for no little, compared with hits done today. He has simply sown Gainesville, AUGUST 1116.SUBSCRIBE Hereby notice la given that K. S. Humph lawn .... 13. Tp. 5, S. R. 22 E. 10 ..... j D.t CI3KOWSKI.
j roy purchaser of tax sale eortlflcatea number The said land being assessed. at the date Administratrix of the estateof
the effort expended. I the acorn and yet he can visualize the ed of the .Issuance of
TO respectively 30. 47. 11. 103. 108 164. such certificate. In the Joe Punched! deceased 1
I In his short talk before the seventy- tree that will spring from his work 1M3. 184. 201. 210 234 214 and 251 .Issued of .M".. D. O. Tabor. Unleaa! said ..,. A. Z. ADKINS, i
five men of the state, Mr. I TilE TELEGRAPH by the Tax Collee'or of Bradford. Count shall bo redeemed according to law. tax n.m"l Attorney 7-4-1 ,' t. j
I newspaper more clearly than we do who are to Florida. Said certificate. "--ie ,'..... ,..._ will issue thereon on the SIb day of I
r Hainan explained his motive I profit by it. STRAINED EYES 3rd. 1922 and have. -tiled said-ecrtlHeatei-.; In 1 A. D. 1924. I -NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

!. time I boy my office and have male application for I, Witness my official signature and seal this .
"From the wa just a tajc
"None of us fully appreciatethe the UNDER SECTION 571 OP THE
can deed 4th
Quickly recover their strength if to .Issue. In aeeonlHnen with law. day of July, A. D. 1924. "
the Congressman explained, "I have act which be has just done. The treated with Leonard Golden Eye Said certificate. reancctlvely embrace the j I 1 I O. W. ALDERMAN. GENERAL STATUES.

:y. :' had a (great longing. tu be associated first thing that impresses is the material Lotion. Blood-shot inflammation and assessed following.. at landa the 11.In flrit'ltorj County. Flor'da. > (50.1)) Bradford Clerk Circuit Court: i Hereby. notice I given that T. 7. Ald."an
of the County. Florida.
Issuance of .
of purchaser ta. sale
with men of the fourth estate but which ho has given. Who in soreness are relieved without pain in certificates In the """' '' respectively herein itirh 3,1 By C. A. KNIGHT respectively 5686, 8d, .rilea. au..d 218. 224JJ8. .

: long ago I realized that I could not Florida has stood before and calmly, one day. Cools, heals and strengthens. after particularly et firtn towtt : 748tl Deputy Clerk 254 288 and 274 wu 19.by 17.. Tax Col.I \.

in the that Insist on having ""LeonardI's. Certificate No. 10 embrari. NW%. See. 2. I I lector of Bradford Said certlflcatea
write manner newspaper Florid.
.
: his home who has TP. 7
given away given S. R. 20 E.. 160 .
I acres, assessed. Isaao being dated July 8, and have
; f men do write and yet my attachment $100,000 as though he did not realize Jt! m4xs giro"! S1S, & ftU druggists. Willi...... ',I IN FORD CIRCUIT COURT. BRAD Sled said certiflcatea in my office and )have

continued. Certificate No. 47 embracev S'i of Wti<< of COUNTY FLORIDA. made application for tax deed iaaue
for the profession BRADFORD 'in
( that he was giving who has given -I NE'. of NE.-.. See 2. f".. I. 8 P. 21 E.". II COUNTY BANK accordance with law. t

J t "Newspaper men have been the young. grove land that will in time be MASTER'S 8AI.BNotice acrea. aaseaaed W. E. Grltfls. I A CORPORATION.I'LAINTIFF. Said certlflcatea respectively embrace the
who have given much to thej I is hereby riven that under and by Certificate No. 51 embrace All SE'i of following lands In Bradford County,
ones worth hundreds of thousands. of dol .
NWt NOTICE Florid
... NW% of
vlrt" of that certain Anal Decree. of ForeeliHiniir Wi S. of RUer. We 2'% assessed at the date of the issuance
VS.!
I 1 .worlii and have received but small 1 made end rendered on July 14th Tp. 3, S. R. 21 E.. 40 ..r... messed r. B. E. W. WilliamsDEFENDANT. certitlcatea' in the oars.. respectively henInafur o.h-
They have given tho best lars."Mr. A. D. 1011, by Honorable. M. F. Bam.. Judge Handley.CertlAcat. particularly, set forth ... :
recompence. llamas has done thin and, said .w'
\ ,01 the Circuit Court, In and Lei Columbia Nn. 62 omhrfio '. .
All No.
N of liE'. TO TilE ABOVE C.rlll..t embraces Sl SW1' ,
that was In them and settled in churl- he preferred that there be no string! county FlnrMa. In thnt certain cause wherein. a N4! of SW"4 S.' of Rico,. flee. fO. T.'. S, AND ALL OTHER PERSONS NAMED INTERESTED DEFENDANT S.. 1. 6. a. R. 2 E.. 80 acrea. assented -

j f tuble institution but I have no desire to attached to it. lie has given it and Thi. Finn N..tl..nallanko' Lake City. Florida S. R. 21 E.. 41): acres. "'...cd 1. B. Hundley. You and each of you are hereby notified If Alvares.I .
ft corporation I in complainant. and W. Certificate No. 103 embraivs 1'OF.of !NW'4 that the above styled I Certificate No. 86 embraces Sub Div A,
give a poor house o'r charitable institution thanked us for accepting it. The very I,. Pouglni.. .an nherltf of Columbia county of NE'.. See. 18. Tp. >. 1. I!. 21 R. 10 icr,.". lbs above styled court suit on the waa 13th Instituted day In of I and C. of lot 19 of blk. 6 A Sub div A. 1.,

but have wanted them to have magnitude of the gift is astounding. Florida and vx-officio administrator of the assessed Barnanl A. T>jlce. 'August A. D. 192J and on this day a writ C. D. E. F. of lot 1 of blk 10 A sub di% \
tired where i'.tnt.. of Thin. Crihba d....... I. and T. II. Certlflrat No. 108 emSrices S> of ?W", of attachment. ham been duly Issued therein B, C. D, E. F, of lot 3 of Sub !
a homo when they were "But an even more impressive thing I'rlest "defendant, tha underpinned. of SWt4 See. 17 Tp. 7. *. ('. 2. it. ... A kBor of;
art aaSpecial .......... 20 ... and levied by the sheriff of Bradford county B. of lot 2 A sub div A, 1 lot 4
they might conic and be happy. It is about today's giving is tho spirit Master will offer for Hale and will I | W. r.. Seals' [ Florida on the 20th day of June A. D. 1924 \: blk 10 In Sampson City. Sec 4 Tp 7 3.
tk'sire that might have golf Nell for caah to the hlirhest and beat bidder Certificate No. ICS xrnhracn Wl,', of K", of upon the following described reel estate In SI B., assessed R. L. Farroll.Certificate I
: my they which has promoted both the act of in front of the Court House door In Starke.Bradford NE'i A EMi of NW .. of NE'. Sec. Bradford county florlda. TO-WITM. I No. 88 embraces sub
links. and tennis courts and plenty of Mr. and Mrs. Haincs. They are giving county. Florida. on Monday the 4th 'I II. Tp. 8, S. R 22 E.. 80 acres, assessed UnCertiflrate West half of Northeaat quarter of Northeast ( D. E. K of lot 1 of blk 5 In ::11lt
kno..n.
land in which to enjoy themselves. cln. of August A. D. 11124.\ during the legal 1 quarter of Northwest quarter ; and the 4. Tp. 7. S. R. 2 E., assessed R. L Far
of reward without
i. without thought hours of Hale for thf* purpose of aatlsfylnsrsaid No. lit embraeese NEll of NW'.. East half of the Southeast quarter of Southwest rell.I .
I':' "For that reason I am giving the thought of personal return; they are final .decree. the following describedpentonal . Sec Mrs.' Jtt. Tp. 5. S. R. 22 E.. 40 acre. *. assessed quarter. In Section. 2tf Township 7. 'I Certificate No. 139 embr.NEK of SW''
Florida Newspaper Men's Association protH rty. being. In Bradford county. T. E. Und rhlll. South Range 22 E. -' n In cor. S. Tp S R. ..
% for the of NF
;7' giving good men they esteem Horida. TO-WITl Certificate No. 184 emhrncea Com. 100 ft W. Also Lout Seven and Eight. In Subdivisionof E., 33 acres, J. S. Maths,
f twenty acres of young groves extending and men they would like to One bay mare mill about Eleven yearn old. 'or NK cor of. W 4 of NWI.. of REl of NEH Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter. Certificate No..1 ... NWVi! of SE"..
off to the east from this comfort. named "Queen." an,) one bay mare mule run S. 245 ft.. W. 100 ft. N. 243 ft.. E. Section 20. Townahip 7. South range 22 E. of SEVi tfEVt of 8W14 of SE'i See. 15.
see given about eleven yean' old named 'Dsieey"A. 109 ft. to beg.. See 28. Tp. fl. S. R. 22 E.. as Also Lot Eight of Block Eight Intlncoln TP 6, S..R. 22 E.. 20 acres, assessed Frvd
of t house! and twenty more acres off in "And the third thing that impresses S. CREWS. sessed Richard. Reynolds. City. In Sonthhalf of Southeast quarter. Frledenberg.Certificate.

the valley. And for Mrs. Halnes. I me in the wisdom! of the gift. They Special Master In Chancery. of Certificate No. 201 ombraeea lots 8. 7. and West of Railroad. In Section 82. Township 8. I No. 218 embracea Ntt of 8W-,
blk. C. South Range E.
W. It. Wllaon. Rising add to Starlte In NWVJ of 22 of SWH sx 2 a In NE nor A ex 1 for
1 :: give you this club house with the have chosen a group that though they Solicitor for Complainant. NW'.. S. of ftth St.. See. 25. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 I You and each of you are hereby required church 83. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 a.a.assessed .
theater which has been erected with have been said to be the powers behind 7-25-21-8-1 E.. ......01. Pr. P. D. HI..... to appear In said cause on Monday the First R. O..Gn.nn E 1
Certificate No. 290 emhracea, SEll of NEM. day of September A. D. 1924. and therein ... embracea <
SE
around it. 'I C.rtlft. 4 of
twenty-five acres of land the thrones, have never been See 3. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. 40 acres. assessed. fail not or judgment wilt be entered against S.... 84. Tp. 6, S. R. 22 E.. 40 acres SEI
I With this and the check for $100,000 cared for by any philanthropists. J. U FRAZEB J. C. Gainer.Certificate you.Witness sensed Tom Davis.

'' which I am giving your chairman today They have chosen the Newspaper ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT ror of El*! of No.SW<234 4 of emhracea SE'4. See 2.5.A.Tp.In T.SW S. as also <.. the W. Honorable Alderman A.Clerk V. and Long.the Judge seal I A crlft.at NE'4 No. 220 of NW'4..mbra.Sec.5t 4 86 of NE.,

,' I hope that the project can be !Men' Association which includes the R. 22 E.. 2 "' _. assessed. Georgia Johnson. of day this of June Court A.at D.Starke 1924. Florida this the 21st S. R..22 E.. 100 acre assessed T. J. T.
LAWPOSTOFFICE Certificate No. 244 embraces All NE'i "f man. J. E. Futeh. L. M. .
I tarte.s.I men of widest vision and greatest IIW' N. of Ry. See 19. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. O. W. ALDERMAN.!: Certificate No. Lan"l"
"Although there has been some advice powers in the country today. They BUILDING 89 ....... aaseased. J. Hamp Jon... Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court SEt, of SW<4 W 254 of Ry.ebr.. aee. .1, Tp.WM 1. S.of
,.
By C. A.
I Certificate No. 253 .embraces lot 6 of KNIGHT R. 22 E. ...
I giving blk 7 assessed
the am you
to contrary Walter Whitten
f have chosen to give to men who are STARKE. FLA.CX.BKKS 80 In Hampton Ex. E "0 ft.. See. 80. Tp. 7. Deputy Clerk .No. 268
this land the home and land without not down and outers but who are S. R. 22 E.. ...._... W. O. Seals. -27-10t-B-2f I of C.rtlIe.NE'.4 SWl; -10 embraces a. A E N.445 820 ft of It

strings attached. I want you to Unless said ...rti ..... shall be.I.*..n""* I SEI of -14 a. A of NW% of
4 any worth while and who will always be according to law. tax deed. will Issue MASTER'S 8ALBHereby SEC SW' .

take it and make of it what you can. of worth to any community. Resort of the Clerk BEFOBT of the Ctreoit CourtIn on the llth day of August.. A. D. 1924.thereon I notice la given thai under and by AS4 of ox KEH a.of A SEH'x R SW'. of NE SE'en.' .

It has been said that the project "These three things impress me and far Bradford Ceaaty. Florida n awtoont Witness my official. elynatutend seat this virtues of that certain final decree: of foreelousramade N. of Ry., See. 13. Tp. 8. S. R. 22 X.. 71
I of taxes assessed for too year IMS. the 8th day of July. A. D. 124. by the Judge of the Eighth Judicial Clr. ....... assessed. Brooklyn Land Co.
t should be a national undertaking more than anything else in the happenings July I. 1924at. O. W. ALDERMAN. cult of Florida in Chancery sitting. In the Certificate No. 274 embrace SW4 of NBV

' f believe It thould. be although I feel of the day. To think that W. KATKS. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Circuit Court for Bradford County Florida I less 10 a. In NE cor. A EH of NWVi A NEt,
Tu Collector Bradford County. Florida. on the 27th. day of Jnno. A. D. 1924. in of A SE of <
Altamonte and Floridais SW. 4 SWH less 10 a. In SBcor
that Springs
I they are opening this road for every T. Bradford Cooatr By C. A. KNIGHT. favor of Farmers 41 Dealer Bank a corporation 24. '' f". 8. 22 E.. 180 a sweated.
the most ideal spot for the home state in the union to unite in this Comity Proper Deputy Clerk. Sterrlcka. .. complainant.. and against J. J. I Brooklyn Land Co R
7-i 1.51-8.5 et ala. defendants.
to be established."The work i i..* a tremendous thing." Juno I. to bal. due --_----_______--__7234.20B The undersigned aa Special Master will Unless 1 laid certificate shall b* redeemed
the Maine estate and amt. collected -_______nnh S.5U.05 NOTICE OP offer for sale la front Kerdln. to law. tax deed wi issue thereon
rest of Major Barnett was followed in his SALE OF SHARKS: OF STOCK of the Courthouse day of August; D. 1924.

4 the buildings which are now on it I address by a short talk from J. C. Sellers July 1. to bal. duo __u ____-_______ 4.728.BS A Corporation.TO IX THE. LAWTEY STATE BANK door hours 'In of Starke sale on, Florida Monday, during the 4th.the day legal of I Witness 4th my official, .I.n.tur and seal this
".. ea4 ..rf...... the day of July 1924.
ask let Mrs. Halnes and me August. A. D. 1924 to the
you to I of the Florida Times-Union, who Jun. 1. to bal. due _--__.___________289S. 9nv WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : I bidder for cash the highest' and best r.. W. ALDERMAN
retain until the end of our lives, I' stressed the idealism and the vision! amt. collected ___.______00_....__ 1.006.4.! holders Notice owning la hereby.and given that following. stock situated In Bradford following County described Florida.property I I IS.al) Clerk Circuit Court,
holding the Bradford
which I hope you will then take over | of a man nr woman who could live shane of stock aa listed numborof said properity deaoribed in paragraph num Counl. Fo.ld.
j' July 1. to bal. due -____00_______ 1.890.34 below. In the Lawtcy her one. two and three to be By C. A
and make a real home for the retired philanthropy as the Unities' are liv- Ceantjr .... sad Brian State Bank. a corporation organised and cxIsting 1 The SWi, of the NE< and aold severally. Depot Cleric
and working men of the I June 1. to bal. due ____000000_ 5787.35By under the laws of the State of Florida 4 NWVi\ of I 7-4.5t--l
c nuwgpuper I amt. collected __ ____________ 3.0I2.M who have neglected or refused after three
country. I No Worms In a nealthy Child -- -- .mnn.ha .nn"- ,.*/ vmr__ .mat"_. cennin____,_ assessmentof ,

"I have $1 00.000 in !gilt edge >>mls children troubled with Worm have an uo.1 July 1. to bal. due _nnhu '.710.87! said Seventy-flve stock his per cent of tho par value of NOTICBCom
htalthy, ....". which! Indicates poor hta. I and ass Oatatandlm ladeaUdnoaa FandJune ;I on or her share or shares of the NotIce Ia hereby given that the following described lands will ba sold
and stock vliii-h I Intend! hay > Capital stock .1 public aucti
to ou of said "
< > 1. to bal. due .____ ___ ______SM7.09 Lawtey State Bank a on the FIRST MONDAY In A GUST. 11114. It being "
( u more I I... stomach disturbance.l.KOVES -- -- the 4th day 01 sail
., use for the homo when it i 14 p,,tal>li-h- aero TASTELESS:or CHILL TUNIC B, amt. collected -______ ________--_-1.258.03 corporation .. provided by law and made ma.corlltit Courthouse Door .t Slarh. In Bradford .ounty. FlIA'e 01 Florid. month. befor, rho
Klven or much ,
reiratarty to law. the Hoard of Direetora of the will be .0 thereof R.' I
ed; it Is now giving an income of I'i i fur two or three week wiP enrich Ito bkud.impmvrtheillitettion. July 1. to bal. due _-______________ -I 2.302.01foaatr said Lawtey State Bank. a corporation will Cost n' necresery such. sale to and pay.dv..rtl.lnlJ lhe .mount due for axes .at opposIte C. A. .h. same. together with t' .
: 000 and from all indicutiions will continue t .and, ..'t.. atcneralStrfnaihrnm .....1 sell a. sulTicfent amount of the Capital Stock FUTCU. Tax Collector

1 IirtoIhhoI .,...m Nature wi" then Juno 1. to bal duo _._____. ..._____..IHR .40 1 of .h, following stockholders at Public Auc
I to do ->u. | thr w nnVr dispel. th* worms and theChlUtwtllhein II, amt. collected __.-un_______.__ 6.032.10 tion on the ISth day of August. A. D. 1924. Descriptionace._ T. R. A. Owner Tare.
.. at the Banking House of the Lawtey State a ce.''t.
"That money with approximately ; \ "" health Pleasant .. a* *ucir 'bottI.f. i
r July I. to bal.) duo h__ .___________ '.451.70'' County.Bank. a Florida corporation. st Lawley. Bradford ino ft W of NE ore of WV4
= Taunt Fella at ten o'clock a. m. on said I of NWI5 of SE'i 01 NE> *
I 4 run
day and date
Juno 1. to bal. duo ---------------.-- U6 00 upon the failure of the follow I S 245 ft W 100 ft N 243 ft B 100
11, amt. collected __-_00_________._. 35 .00 I' ing stockholder or stockholders to make good I fttobetc. .29 III
f. j i the dencleney or assessment made upon hi. Com 200 ft W. of NE rot-of W>4 of Richard Reynolds ___ __ .
____ _____ or her said stock according to law by the 15th '
July I. to bal dim n. 00.00 ,I NW'1 of SE'', A run 8
lay of Auuust. A. I>. 19:
4. at 'J'f4'i
soo9000- ten o'clock a. m. I :
Total
Bab Stkeel 1 I II No. of rertlHcate Owntr No. 345 ft W 11)0 ft B 10*
June 1. to bal. duo nn.10IIU60 of Shares. Par I
I III ftttbeg -.._3S ( M
amt collected __ ____ 4.098.13 and date. Valno ;.Iotl blk 1 original town ftanev Towns _n_ _____ 1. '
.. .
nnu 1 167. Jan H. 1924. Charles S. Hill, Five .500.Oil ''Lot 3 blk 1 original M. Morgan ------______--____ :

July I. to bal. duo ._.___- __ _____ S.777.3S Jan. S. 1924. Charles S Hill. Five .500.00 Lot 2 blk 7 original town town --.__.._.._.... Mrs. Elmira Morgan h____. .
Total Sab School u.... 87. Aug. O. 1922. Fr.nk S. Elgin. Fivelino.00 i Lot 7 blk 11 L. T. 4 Co's add-._____________ Mrs. Eunice C. Canova ______n 42 .-.
r in Jun. 1. to bal. duo ______--__________2 4.IT E. S. MATTHEWS Lot 12 blk IS L. T. A Co's all _.__ Frank Geiger ___._____u___ 16

1d one day II, amt. collected _____...______00__ 970.7 J.A. W.W. SMITH.AVPREWa. ''Lot Lou II 1-2.3-4-11-12-13-14 blk 1* L. T. 4k Cos bIb 2S add.-T..!______ a Mrs.S. H.Wheeler R. .Alderman Est -- ___-_-_________.___ 11 l .

July 1. to hal.. clue -______. .___? 1.H21\ t8Wldowa R. R. THE HE. A Co's add =_ :______._
ronaloo FusS K. C. WIMBERLY\ Lot 7 bile 32 L.-T. A Co's add ._-_____ M. Frank Starling 00_________ 131
saw the new June 1. to bal. duo __________u__..-.. 7J1.4S: Board of Directors of the Lawtey State c 4 bile 1 L. T. A Co'a sub div?________ Howe _________.__________ -. i''
Bank. John
Ii \1, amt. collected -u------n------ 251.60 i 6-U.St-8-1.a. corporation. t II..t:, blk S L. T. A Co's sib div ._n_____.__ Rose Park. __.___._._..___._ ____ "3"'
\V.., lots 1.2 A all lota 3 A4 bIb 17 ? ______ :.
-
July I. to bal. m.62 ---- I W'. lots 1-2 A all lots' 4 hilt li
uBr d.r.. ; 1 NOTICE OF APPMCATIOV FOR T \X DEED ,!
Road aad L. T. A Co'a sub div ___ __._.______..___
l'\oIF:1t! : SFCTION' I h P. P. .
___. __ ___ 371 OF THE Pullham _____ -
I Juno 1. to bal. duo -- 2S041 14liy Lot 2 blk 11 L. T. A Co'. sub div .____ ___ --
.__ ____ _____ GENERAL! STATUTESNotice Fannie Lloyd ... .
amt. collected h 9.5.4.1ly I Lots 1 A 2 or EH blk 32 L. T. At _______00__ : 1

1.10 bal. duo __- __ .17.)11 l K fa of hereby Tax Certificate gi\cn that No.W.142.E.dated Tornde.purchaser the. I Low Co'.I Sub A 2 dlv or ES-of blk 33 L. T. A..._.____ Uni Sanders ____ _____u 1 _-

0. W. AL.DEEMAS4. 3 day of July. A. n. 1922. has filed said ("0'. sub div ..______
t Clerk Clrevltjurt : certificate in my office and baa made application Lola 1 A 2 bill 34-L. T.-A Co's- -sub 5.1 Tbon ___._____.______ _, )

('Sealt Br C. A. oTNtnirr lor tax deed to .Issue in accordance dv ____ _____.__ .
"" "" "
.. Deputy Clerk. with law Said certificate embrace the following N'. bIb 3" L. T. Co' sub dlv ____________ BamTIp.q R. ______ _.________ 3 Z'.
: : described property situated. In Brad Bike 37 A U L. T. A Co'a sub div .... M. Ell.rwn ____I_. ... !1'
FINANCIAL IT"orcO NTY ford County. Florida. to-wlt : Com at Hotel lllk J9 L .T. A Co's sub div -... A. n. Jenkins _.__ '_" __ : ,
.
FUND lot In Lawtey s) run S. W. side of E. Snsll _____ .I.
on State Lol 2 A 3 bile 41 L. T. A Co's Sub. E __. '- -___ S
.
Monthly flnanelal' autoixeat of Bradford it. 105 ft to a pt of brg. thence W. at rightangles dlv ... __
--- --- ----- ----
for the month of June. 14J-4. to State SU 100 ft. thence S A parallel i" Lot 3 bIb 4J L.:T.: A Co's. sub die j-= EE.'Os0ll _. ___n. .. c :
I .....1 Foad .with Slat St. 4 ft, thence E.: at rlchtangles ltikdiLTac&saubdi. -. Jaliiii Butler .-.n ._. '
II I Balance June I. 1924 __._____________195.04Ktwipta to State St. 100 ft.. thence N along W. 1 N'4blk4SL.T.&Co'asubdlw. ?._ A. O. Jenkins t .
durin month _-__ __--_____2.53940 lido of State St. 4ft to the pt of. beg in bustneM Lots 1 A 2 W SO ft bib 47 L. T.--- I o. PegfordHiininiiriiiii '
Warranta issued dung month ____. 934.81 1 Iota In Lawtey' W. of Ry See. 23. Tp. I A Co'l ut1t di.-----------------------: ..
r Balance Jnly02.. _________...S.aS9.6J 5. S. R. :.22: E. Ph. said land being assessed at ,| W SO ft lot 3 bIb 47 L. T. A Co'a Fannie M.Cal ________ "
the date of the .Issuance of such I
PI.. and Forfeltaro. FaadB certificate I sub div ..
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: \ I lan.. Jun. 1424 _________ _. ._ .SI in the name of Unknown.. Unlesa said .certifl 1 France* William __
1. 500 Lot 1 hIlt 44 L. T. A Co'a sub div .__._.__ _____.___ 1-
I Rrceipta during month "___-..___...1.0o44J eate shall will be redeemed according. to law. taxIred Lot I blk 49 L. T. A Co'. sub div _..__.... Harmon Jackson. ________ I
Warrant* Uaued during month ______ SI.9J ; issue thereon on the llth day ofAurust. i I Lot A WS of I lot 2 blk 1 Temples--- Lucy English ._____.__ 5'
! ( Standard Six Balance July I. l"-4 --_ ____ ...___\.<14. J A. D. 1924. I .J _.__.._
E.sl Fuel Witness 9111 day my of official July. A.signature D.1124..and seal thlathe ,I i 11..0.. 1-2-3-4 blk 4 Temples add -._--__-_-_..__ fT.. H.ckey ____________ ,. 'I
Balance Jnno I. :0'\10--\ 101.47RwoPta .. 14 bill 29 Peeks add _.___._____ H. A. Shaver A Co______ 25 <5
I durin ::::::::: .:: 1 Seal) O.Clerk W. ALDERMAN. 'Lot 1 blk 54 Peek's add -_._.__.____.__ H.. 8. Norman __________ I ft
Vtarrento faaued during month ( Circuit CoorS I Lot 9 blk 35 Peeks. add ________ H ... _____ i ">
//k. I 1 Balance July I. 191! -._ ----_:::::: 201.47 I Bradford County. Fl0"da.I'' Lots -7. bib C. Rising's-add .__._._ .: .i:1': :::::::--" 1
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By C. K
Announcement of the new Buick"StanJarilaSix" Balldla Faad I Lots 3 A 4 or W"a i blk at L. T. P. BI.k _.:.__ S'I
Balance Jun. 1. idle .-___________-_ 5 5t Deputy Clerk. A Co's sub div .
". I 0 ; brought approximately Rceeiiata Durino Month, .,_.____ 1 7.iitsa I WL, blk 4,1 L. T. A Co's sub div -_ Alex Merrlek ..__________ It, .r
\ 5OO.OOO people into Buick Viarrenta .....-.\ during monthBalance ______ I !NOTICB One lot 1&S ft square In SW tor ef- Hoover Bros. _____ 21':
July \. IOJ4 ______ ____. SSDraJaojrf i
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this TO WHOM IT !MAY CONCBalN SWV, of SWl, .2J f 22
salesrooms the first :
on day Famd W. .
;I ,; Balance Juno 1. 19 -4 _______u_.____ t>.StRteelpta I, You will hereby take notice, that I will op-I,Com at SW cor of Madioon and Myrtle E Drlgger Est ______ I 2
, : car was shown. Purist Month on the aUh day of July. A. D. 124 Si. St. A run 9 101 ft W 1A5 ft
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'. Warrennl issued during -month ....... i petition and apply to the Honorable A. V. S Ins ft W 10S ft N 110 ft to

Why 1 Because everywhere every Balance July 1. 19U __00 _.______._._ 71.50 I Long Circuit Judge of too' Eighth. JodtciaJ Madison st. thence B on said St.
"' ...- ........ Fuel Circuit of Florida, for an order of svtis.fop' to beg ------------------------9 552 B.
f ": ot.is i inArv Ungatth new"Stand Balance June \. 1.I4 .______h_____-_ (I 441R I ...ri. Fullwood. a girt child of the ago of Com 21* ftS of SW roe of Madison C A C s. Bol.dr__ 11 I'
I ; ard ShOO-the "Six" that sets a new >ta during month ___________.__ 25164Viarrenta .,.. years. the said child having been abandoned A Myrtle ... A run S on
I' ieatteil InlinE month ... and left l. BIT custody at her birth. Myrtle st 210 ft W 210 ft N tlO
I 4 1 standard of quality anJ price. Oubss.eE FusSRslne. 00 MRS. J. C. CARTER. ft E 2I$ ft to keg In Gaskln's

f Juno \. 144 --_.....__-_...199139 Date-l this. the 21lb day of Jane add .-2, 51
I Balance July 1. \IIU _Unhoo .O4 OSReeelpta A. D im" Com 210 ft W of SW gee of Madi B.c.AS.Holam5f ___ 4'T

during month _____________-\.2611.03 R.AGRKN. pen A Myrtle its. A run W 210 ft
'- See it for Yourself Warrant" issued during month ...___ Attorney for p U......?. I to. Westmoreland st. thence S en
; Balance July 1. 114 _--______--_____X25u: 33Agrlmrtaral I -rr-t-7-2s said st. 420 ft E 210 ft N 42* ft to ,
PusS beg A designated on map In G...
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Balance) June 1. 124 __-.n ._.._____. 1.n ONE m- I I lina ...ot.. Clark t a bill -S. I 21 B.
_..p.. During Month _._____. little Lois 1.2-15-1S 1 lees E!: 20 ft A U C A C S. Holsondrof __ 6"'. "
Warrmnta' loaned during month ..._ NrttWttaa A ) wound cut or abru-I I In KB cor of SXV: of SEt loss

, .- Balance July \. 1.J4 ________ __00. III Ion of the neah may in nine caarg B 20 ft -----------__._J | M
July 1. 124.Bradford ton cause no Brvat suffering or incooTcoi. p a la SW ocr of SEV, ef SB 4 A OC.Swost- j.!'

I. tote Comty.of _.... ence! but it is the one cm""a in ten that I!One W2aof8EL.efe'let ., land *40 yIp N-_A___q9E4 _2' 655 I.*. V Torl ____ 2' 'I

LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY 1 horoko certify ...., too feregeiag oUtow rauma blood poisoning, lockjaw or a j I I I t>v m yds E A W In EE eor ef

of the' _.... .... diaaoT ienoaa e* chronic fegttricg son-. The chcapnt, I : of SKH: ._M I It ".
J M. Smith. M........ roada of Bradford Ceojate foe the sut k ... ss/ot and bct courw is to disinfect the 1 1L4I!: of NH of SE. of NE'. _2* I 21 J.. Alderman ____ ___ a ":
J._ \\It 4. .hi true cud correct to the wound with LquiJ Borosooa and I 1 Lota S A M* s 1 J. M. John's add ___ ___ ____ N. E. Wahoae- _L "
Baker Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties ko t ., aiy knowledge sad tone*. the Boroxooa Powder apply ,One lot of land bounded N tv bIb :M. Sparkmaa 9'
O. W. ALCKBMAM.I3SAL to eompiVta the 11 orig town E A S by Ry W by

I ) Clerk ClreaOl CMaa.Bnadfee heading prorvm.. Price (liquid 3Oc 60o Thomreon. St. -------_...28 ( it
When better automobile built Buick will build them C. sad $LZO. Powder Soc and 6Ot:. Sold by Lots f-li Mk II L. T. A Co'. add_.___ ,,, I. Sparkman S I
are .y C. ACK1OTT.. tea 1.1? bIll HUT A C..'. add .______ U.dl _ _
I' ALL DRUGSTORES Lots 12blk n Temples' add ___ N. At. P____.___ .
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JKKII1AY. JULY 23. 1921 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE, FLORIDA PACK THRU
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/1 N44aatiR4At .:. lO Sybol acr the structure and, turned" I <>n CATARRH lions extended under new iniinageValil 1

the .(u, j.t. aec ilin.v( to i p liw. lie ::7etttd 1 Catarrh IK a Loral .im-nxo" greatly lnnuonreil { ment.
6: Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs wa fnnul dead nshoit whiaUiur.. by Constitution' condition __
HAL.I/S CAT A Hill I MEDUMNK 1 : ronHlHln -
......._. .. ...-- ...........-.....--.va-.a.na..---..--.. Melan.holy over hit Mstir's m.irruw, of nn Ointment' uhloh" .lv.. Quick <.Mtn- Gravel roads in Lowndes
was said to be the cause of the surtde.MiamiThe It.-llet by loial upplKiillon. and thaI Bounty to bu covered with asphalt.

I Live i News I. I|I throuKh Internal 1 the MeilliMno.itlooli a on Tonic the Mucous which SurI actS.- I Wost Palm Beach-Florida Western a
L State J I I
: unusual engineering fncen and aleleta l In ridding your System
I of Cntnrrh & Northern Railroad granted authority
I .wwwonr..ur..wr.a..rta.rwToed, i 1 feat of moving u Koodsizcil: apartment A ROM bY .IniKKlMn' for over 40 Years to build road from West Palm
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house across the Miami river on a F. J. Chanty Co.. Toledo, U
by Our Exchange. raft in to be undertaken here, according : I' N 1 Roach' by across December, state; work 1023 at to estimated be completed -

to plans announced by Dr. A. O.
""" .........................,.......,. ,- ... .mnn..u.........."".,,. __ Yeurian. The coot of 6237911.
--- house known as tho Tallllha see Herman Gunter

Ocala-Bids for the issuance of I prisoner in his escape, and that the Alhambra apartments, is located in Say "Bayer"Insist! Uktegeologii, reports marl found In I I Texas Company Is ready to market
$100,000 school bonds for Ocala matter would be turned over to the Fort Dallas Park, and is to be movedto inexhaustable quantities in certain from its tank stations in the cotton
special tax school district were state's for make room for the two-million- !parts of Florida. I
open- attorney action. For Pain Headache growing stated its! now liquid spray
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ed and it was found that there were dollar Miamian. It is planned to pickup for exterminating the boll weevil.
ten bids for the entire amount and eTh-tate; road department the Alhambra, place it on a huge\ Neuralgia: Rheumatism Ocala--Silver Springs, leased for I
one local bid for 4,000 of this issue. will hold its regular quar- raft and net it down again on the no 1 years in $100,000 deal; property to Formers reporting: to the United
terly meeting here on Saturday July south side of the river. Lumbago Colds be converted into up-to-date summer' States Department of Agriculture on

Tallahassee delegation representing 20, it was announced to day. The resort. I the average made money on cron, cot-
the Chambers of Commerceon meeting will be devoted Tampa-The state courts will be Accept only' avat" -- I
the
to hear-
I C + ? Grovclund-Perfume becoming important ton and potatoes last year above cost
called upon to decide whether tho "
the east coast was expected here ing of delegations that
are expectedto in this district 170 of production including wages interest -
time-honored custom of giving nm- Paver package industry ;
to confer with Governor llardee with come to Tallahassee for the
occasion under intensive cultivation on inve..tm"nt. and lost on/ wheat
acres already -
balances the of
reference to work on state road num- ( as to department has no businessto right way over city whidicontains directions and oats.
proven of flowers and 150
is The arises acres being
streets legal. appeal
ber four which extends from the this
come up at time. All funds
Georgia line down the east coast to available this year already has been from the trial here of Frank Daniels .ITnn.lvMayor".\ tottlae of 21 boxes and 111t1--1)nllllfilila of 12 tabl.t.1.0 .* prepared for mime purpose. lot Quiiunt M eta nut /.luu itRrrmra t\ooo:
Miami. who was fined $20 in municipal court I ( (lt. mote tad ln....'vn rl'n lA.
provided for in the budget which was A |ilrtn I In, tho mitt murk or B...f Vl. Okeechobee Phillips Florida o .t.I
ntlraeiun .
live\ IIKUMO" gUININt.: U .
for reckless driving of an automobile, at % D Ned) cse I IN. Iskser
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IuawcNlrcldeter
adopted the or n.iieyiicialilo _
at last meeting. Land Company developing townsite 4unrut{ cuiiHliiri r'i
jnvonr \ ui r nuau iii or iiii4
Lakeland-Approximately 50 miles the charges against Daniels resulting biiiiKhixid C.CKUVGSiiliiniiturK!: -ic ,....
of sidewalks are to be built in this West Palm Beach-Officials of the from a collision between his machine ( build bl'l.llCl'llId causeway across on Skipper tract. I

city. The commission has awarded a Conners highway between this city and an ambulance driven by Tampa Bn> to St. Augustine-Professional Fort Plen-e -Building\ permits totaling We defy you to find "that school

contract for $123,500 to a local con- and Okeechobee City have announced William Chavez, a negro, who was Women's club house to be built $175,000 issued during month : complexion" above the b.thi'ra.l
cern for construction of 700,000 a revision of the charges that will be acquitted. The speeding ambulancewas of June. -Lake City Reporter.
square feet of paving, and in additionto made for traffic aver thj hard-eurfae- rushing to a hospital with Mari on Anastasia Island this. summer.

this private owners will build ad- ed sixty mile stretch of road built by ano Valdez. 18 year old youth who had Cocoa School-building Key: West-Finances being arranged -
ditional sidewalks to bring the mile- the Buffalo (N. Y.) newspaper pub attempted auiclde.GaincsvilleJohn. being con- for erection of new hotel
age to the fifty mile mark, it is stat- lisher. The nsw sc'ilulo ails for a structed at cost of $77,000. fake
McDonald Sebrlng-Contracts to be awarded
convicted -
ed. flat rate of two cents a mile for all
I cars, with material reductions when of the holdup of Express Agent Delray--Active paving{ program for construction of bridges on Uas-

Tampa-Five Tampans, three of I coupon books are purchased. It was I J. T. Fcndletou at High Spring, May launched both on city and county wager and Lake Anno roads.:
whom are former police officials 15, and now at the state penitentiary. ronds.u1J1IJllblllllllalilldP.
first announced that
graduated charges Oldsmar Florida Gulf Const ASHOi -
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were arrested this morning by the a I Uaiford, confessed his guilt to
would be made.
.jilt ion organized for development of
sheriff charged with the highway State's Attorney Adkins there, Mr. i
robbery here on April 23 of A. C. Tampa Funeral arrangements: Adkins announced here :McDonald l IH ,gulf area.

Clewis, chairman of the board of directors were being made here today for William serving a ten-year sentence Mr. Ad- I rioridit Rant Const Hallway lolls otas

of the Exchange National E. Whitehurst, 26 years old, who I kins said he made the trip" to Ruiford Old Folks't 8 r n:j; I 1.K7r>,())00 worth of S per cent eiiuip- a ,

Bank. Two men seized a satchel con- committed sucide last night by inhaling at the invitation of McDonald i. who !* went bonds; proceeds to be used for rasa aa.e a.e .
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taining $24,000 and fled in broad day- illuminating !gas. Whitehurst said he had learned of his wit',.'" confession t Ailments"I purchase of 'J.r:! locomotives, :30! |m-t- i
light in an automobile. went to the home of his uncle, built a I made to Mr. Adkins, and desired III I enger coaches, 2,600} railroad cart,
structure over the gas stove with an I to "muko a clean breust of the DlafkEJ :JO! caboose ears and l lOll tmlliixt cars
Tallahassee tablet with "The I I .. IiInI began taking .
oil can and chair, threw his body whole affair. Mrs. McDonald arrested '
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Andrew Anderson Memorial Organ" at Tampa and brought to Draught over fifty years ago MIt : West to bo launched for
Key -Campaign) the liver
engraved thereon will be placed on ._--...-------.1 t Hj and my experience with It $$f
Gainesville. Approximately $: stretches ti"> raise $10,001)' '') for city advertising
the $50,000 pipe organ which is to be said to have been a part of the :1.100'1 I fin time" say over!Mr. Joe a !good A. Blake-long SlIiIon IIJIIII plan. n.wr. of imitations Demand

installed in the University of Flor- than $15,000: loot, was taken from her more, a Civil War veteran {gji lh. gcnulnvln lOa and 3Sc pack
ida auditorium at Gainesville. This You Can't Trust officers said. The money taken was I IJI and former Virginian, who U my Winter Haven Sanitary Cigar .... bTiii. above trade mark.

decision was reached by the board of the semi-montly payroll for the At- 11II1II now", prominent citizen of STT j Factory to lie enlarged and opera-
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control at a recent meeting after it AllIt lantic Coast Line shops at High WIll Floyd, Texas. "It is the best KJPan
Calomel at
had adopted a resolution acceptingthe Springs. I I laxative I know of for old f*
gift of R. Anderson. BJ people. A good many years UJT :====.=-_--..::-= --: -=- :.. -- _-_ .-=-=-= -:
C a '' ago In Virginia I used to flit.
Jacksonville-A special session of FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL fJJ !get bilious and L found that Jjw \ I ... ; ATTEND ,
the city commission will be held this is Mercury, Quicksilver Sali- S REVIEW I ,

week crowded for hospital the discussion facilities of remedying here. All vates, causes Bone Rheumatismand Decay . a . e Thedford's8LACI.DRAUGHT S I Farmers and Fruit Growers Week !

local hospitals are crowded, it is said .1
Live Oak-Florida Mortgage, Title
and with overtaxed conditions at the : FOR MEN AND WOMEN I
& Company to build 12-story oflUi I
declared The next dose of morel 1 ion sal t {
county hospital the situation is may salivate \iiii It may shock your building costing between $1,000,000 I
ol Florida Gainesville
The has College of Agriculture University l
to be perplexing. city liver or start bono ne.ru.i.. Caloiiifl (in and 1500000. !
outgrown its hospital facilities declares dangfruui It I n nH'rl'lIn. qui','k.ilvi-r. I '
Dr W. W. McDonell, city health It crashes into sour lull lik< d;) u..Mite, Lake Worth-Florida hotel being I (O was the best and quickest re- ifflira AUGUST 11-16 1924
officer. cramping and sickening J'ou. (',,]..n..1 thoroughly renovated and enlarged. lief I could get. Since I came all
attacks the banes and nhntild never be i 2" to Texan I have these bilious I Instruction, Pleasure and Vacation.
Daytona-Following the example of put into your xv totn. Cocoa-Construction of new road to 'ffl attacks every now and then- KffjH8 I
his father who made Ormond his win If you foil bilious, headachy, constipated southern part of Merritt Island practicality I a man will! set bilious anywhere R1SS I Auction Sale of Livestock, Thursday Au. I
and, all knocked out just po to you know-and! I find lijT ,
ter home nine years ago John 1> your druggist anti bat a liottlu of )Doll completed. I ''in!J that a !Little lJIa.k-Ul'aullht BJlfj II I gust 14.Board.
Rockfeller, Jr.this week purchasedwhat aon's Liver Tone.for a few cent which soon straightens me out. I BJbU"t I
is known as the Wallace estatein is a harmless vegetable milwtltuto for Total of 33.2CA miles of highway, After a few doses, in little or IM and Room in College Dormitories"
the same vicinity, and will likewise dangerous ralornil.! Take n spoonful and of which IIC.HIJ miles are in VestFlorida "1111 no time I'm all right again." BW '
become a permanent winter residentof if.it (IneHn't tart jour !liver and 'I covered in proposed projectsnot |||i Thedfonl's! IIIark-Diaught ftJ] I t at $1.25 per day. Visitors provide their bed

the locality. The price paid for the straight, yoU up better and quicker 1 yet under construction in 1U2I\ iinfl Is a purely vegetable liver !wrj! I linen pillows and towels. j jI
than calomel and without making I
extensive improve- misty state road program. L'w medicine, used In America for ,T I
which I
estate, upon be you" sick, you just po hark and get your ifi! over eighty years. It acts on ilWmm MAKE RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE
ments are to be made' is said to money I Deland Contracts awarded, for' I the stomach liver and! bowel. I ym, I '
$100,000. Dun't take calomel' It can not he erection of several new school buildings 2l2 In a gentle, natural. way as- !J I Ask the County Agent Home Demonstration
trusted any more' than a "leopard or a in the county, including addition 1,1: Hinting iligcHtion and relievIIP I IlID II III
commissionershave 'ror..1which .
Ocala-The county wil Ing Sold 1 Plant Board
( constipation. every- Jltt Agent or Inspector.
to North Kidg wood, South KulKe-: !
sold the $1,500,000 worth of Marion straightens .vi nil right np and" where. JJT I
county road bonds voted in the makes you feel 1 line No salts neecsnarvGive wood and Daytonn nohool I'B E-102: fit I WILMON NEWELL. Dean
it to the chililren Ixranue it i i. i I I i !
The
election in June, for 1452450. perfectly liiirnilc. and. un not Hslivate 1 i Tampa-D. I'. Davis grunted right iiDlIUI1I1IIII! !! I1"I -
highest sealed bid received for the I \ h__ -6 Jmtmta
bonds totaled $1,143,000, after which ,
the commissioners placed the bondson
the ICDIlImwYaiI the market and sold them to "

highest open bidder as provided for r The Touring CarX295
in the resolution authorizing the sale

of the bonds. i

Jacksonvil1e-'ons A. Hathaway I I 21 Years I I

superintendent of public instructionIn Runabout $265n.mnunmbl
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Duval county, who was defeated aim..a
Bun S4) nu
in the recent election by G. Elmer $523Tudor of ServiceIn
Wilbur will be secretary to John W. I Caupa Sedan : : S9OFordor
Democratic nominee for governor -
Martin Business e
provided Mr. Martin is elected Sedan 6BS the 21 years since its founding, on .
in the November election it was an- All frlffl ,.o. k.DtlroltY
J June 16th, 1903, the Ford Motor
nounced here today. The Democratic f Ia" modil'In ifutU..
m can an*
nomination is considered equivalent to I .. .m..Uolo..u..f. ; Company has contributed 1 largely 1 to Farmersare

election in Florida.TallahasseeMore. I 'lea 0"rag car T tlw*. Ford' W..llPvnfeu. ",. the motorizing of f modern life. Ten

than ordinary I your...,...1"..i'bibo.t.lfc. plum ood Wei"Ia.h In 1.tait million Ford cars have quickened the especially pleased

significance attaches to the next pace of busineshave brought con

teachers examinations that will be w a :' venience to day-by-day travel and with t ,,, ,.rnY M1"-r, n 4 11
held August 21-23 at each county site, i
and state officials anticipate an un- _,, 1 ., a healthful enjoyment to the American eL.

usually large number will take them r family. Economical manufacture on a C. Smith Typewriter .
1 as it will be the last opportunity to
obtain certificates prior to( opening of 4\\ large scale makes personal transporta

' the fall term of school. The next examinations tion available to all. I because of the variety of work that can be donej,
:q after those of August \
tJ
'j will be held in February, 1025. r I on the same machine.

n J itc r cyrr
intensive campaign ranerc+
St Petersburg-An
'_ will be started here, early ins General Correspondence, Billing,
the fall for the planting of tree Detroit, Michigan I e
il throughout the city with the month of Tabulating and Card Willing

( November set aside as tree planting I II

|month.Fifteen thousand young trees 'F j. I can all he done on any L. C. Smith machine.
J [ in Cresent Lake Park nursery await
i. planting in the fall and Chairman W. nt II I This feature is invaluable for maintaining the
F. Smith of the park board states that
In budget,; of $1,500 has been set. asideto I records kept by stockmen and breeders. L. C.

> cover cost of setting out these trees.
Smiths are. made with different widths of car

r Tallahassee.-J. R. Camp white :2!J
years old, escaped from the tanneryat riage for use where wide paper is required.

Raiford prison farm on July 8, according 1 1I 1e ;
I to a report received by state I Write for Form 601 I which explains in detail -

I prison office. J. S. Blitch, superintendent I the features of this typewriter.
the com-
of the farm, advised I
JmlMioner of agriculture that he had

|proof Jacksonville that a highway Maxville had man aided on the the L. C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co.


SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE I.VI -- Executive Offices : : SYRACUSE. N. Y.

If your breath is bad and you; havel TRIPE NKAMST --
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pclla of swimming in the head, poor 120 West Adam Street Jacksonville, Florida
\ appetite constipation and a general no- AUTHORIZED
[ account filing. It is a sign >'oul'liver i iI ia rORD DEALER
I torpid. The one really dependable rrmdy i
for all dworder in the liver, Itom""band
bowela la lIerbin.-. It acts powerfully
loa the liver, strengthen. digestion .pun- THE U N I V E R S ALe A R
lfi the bowels Hid reetonw a. fine I. .1101 l
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I. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA' FRIDAY JULY 25, 1924PlioncH :

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ZIFF Miss Minnie Belle Waters spent

WITHFLAPPER Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. W. O.

I ZifT, July 25-Pervls Lewis was a'' Brooks, of Providenee.Mr. .
.K iitYI: and BOBBER visitor to New River and spent the and !Mrs. W. D. Dukes visited

week-end with relatives and freinds.Mr. their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Douglass,
eases.,. i.eiL.I A hick town is where they look and Mrs. Bill Hines and Mrs. Watertown Sunday.
twice at a girl in knickers.Tampa Alva Starling, of Gainesville\ were Mr. and )Irs. Marvin Sullivan have
Tribune. visiting; friends and relatives here returned to their home in Miami aftera

--.- (Grapevine Associated Press) Wednesday afternoon vjslt with the latter's parents, Mr.
I -- I Death loves a shining mark, and a Mr. Russ of Brooker was looking and Mrs. II. C. Peeples.
Ui and IOU! Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Kelly motored woman had as soon be dead as have a after business here Friday. Miss Ntta Blair Is visiting her sinter -

'f j ------ -- -'--- to Starke Tuesday. shining nose and no pawder pulf. Mrs. J. B. Thomas was shoppingIn Mrs. Dewey Fralick, of Lake
\ : : : prizes: handkerchiefs. for the man I Brooker arid while there wall the
FOR
KKIIKJK 1'AKTY Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beck were visi- First, fashion discarded long hair City.Mr.
MISS CO.MKOUTEKMis ; I,holding low and a sewing basket for the lake and now corsets have been lot out.- guest of her son, I{. E. Thomas. and Mrs. M. C. Dukes spent
tors to Sunday. -
the lady. Guest prizes: triple powder ? Tampa Tribune.A Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyal, of Gra- Sunday with Mr.[ and Mrs. Arthur

Florence Matthews entertained vanity case for the l lady, and handker- One hundred and thirty guests reg- ham, spent Sunday with their parents, Douglass, Watertown..
charmingly at bridge I'riUay afternoon chiefs for the gentleman.Tho istered at Kingsley Park Sunday. Georgia paper speaking of a hair Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis.
; r I I from 3:30:: to 0:30: in honor of hostess served a refreshing Ice bob calls it a boob. Not so far wrong.. Those from here attending to business REGISTRATION NOTICE

her house guest, Minn Cecil Comforter, course at the close of the game. Those Mrs. Cady is adding lawn swings to -Macclenny Standard. at Brooker Saturday were: Mrs.J. Notice is hereby given that th..

r of Charleston, S. C. present included the club membersand the attractions of Kingsley Park. B, Thomas, Mr.\ J. W. and P. W. registration books of Bradford county;
The porch of Elmwood cottage, the a few invited guests. Chirotonay, according to a compiler Lewis and R. B. Thomas. will be at the court house in
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan and bobbing open
lake of of a new dictionary, means
Bummer home, at Kingsley There will be a Union meeting at
Starke on Mondays, Wednesdays, and
:\IURUES.CltAIIUI motored to the lake Sunday.J. .
hair. Tribune.A
I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, was party the -Tampa Rock next Saturday, July 26th, and Saturdays, between the hours 9 a. in.

1 ) made, more attractive by hanging The marriage, ia rnnounced of M. Truby and family moved woman in Vinton Iowa says she Sunday.; Everybody invited to attend. and 12. m.and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., form
baskets of zinnias! and on this comfortable MRS. LaMIRA\ ALVAREZ GRAHAMand \ Wednesday to their Kingsley cottage. Isn't going to bob her hair, because MILLER the first Monday in August until tho
porch thred tables were arranged in October for the
her husband doesn't oppose it. second Saturday
for bridge. ', :MR. A. J. MURDEN: 1IrlClyde\ Alvarez and daughter Miller, July 25-Mr. and Mrs. D. registration of electors.
d The high prize, a novelty handkerchief Saturday morning, July nineteenth 'Dorothy, motored to Gainesvill Tues There's not much danger now of L. Clyatt and family returned to their C. A. KNIGHT

line, was won by Mlsa Hilda nineteen hundred and twenty-four, i day. wi fie finding a hairpin in hubby's home at Winter Garden after a visit Supervisor of Registration for

I i Struth. Mrs. A. Z. Adkms made low First Methodist church, I Miss Dorothy Alvarez spent several roadster.-Macclenny Standard. of several weeks with .Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County Fla.
attractive
consoled with an
and wm Jacksonville, Florida. I Hurbert Clyatt. 7-2 -2t.
booklet of salad dressing recipes. days in Starke with Miss Lucile They are called permanent waves !
The wedding took place at 11 I
a honor Miss Comforter, Mitchell.\ because you have;; to keep permanently i
, i The guest, o'clock, Rev. L. M. Broyles, pastor of
at work on them to have a wave.-
c. was presented with a lovely jar of the church, o1\clatl! \ g. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Canova and : -
Tampa Times. )
lavender. Mr. and Mrs. Murden are enjoyinga family are spending a month at their
The hostess served tempting raisin trip down the state, and after cottage. What do you suppose actuated that I
and nut sandwiches, pimento sandwiches August 1 will be at home to their blind legislator who introduced a bill I
and ice tea. Mrs. Anna M. Kelly will leave soon
pickles friends at 47 West Seventh street to abolish short skirts?Tampa
,; The guest included Miss Cecil Comforted I Springfield. They have the good wishes for a visit to the mountains of North Times.

. Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, N. of a host of friends.-Times Union. Carolina.C. I I
Sternberg, E. M. Johns', D. C. Pettit, The latest thing In henpecked husbands -
I of New Orleans, It. A. Weeks, of PRESCOTTOODBt'ItY\ R. Alvarez; of Jacksonville is the fellow that waits at the Procrastination"Defer

! ", I Brooker, Misses Aileea Alvarez spent Sunday with homefolks atKelly barber shop while his wife has her i
'.. :Marguerite: Shriven, of Brooker, Irene Miss Carolyn A. Woodbury, of I Kottage.Mrs. hair bobbed.-TimejJUnlon.
! :Minima: of Jacksonville, and Hilda Atlanta and Mr. C. Guy Prescott were ,
{ : Annie Brown of Jacksonville, I
I 14th. in
Struth. united in marriage July Before the days of chivalry passedmen II I
was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
Bainbridge, Ga. stood up for women. Now they
j t I MISS ALVAREZIVES; The interesting ceremony took Z. Adkins.S. sit and wait on them in/ the barber not fill tomorrow to be wise, !

.MAII JONG:' I'AITYComplimentary place at the Baptist pastorium, at R. Johns and family are spend shops.-Tampa Times. Tomorrow's sun to thee may never rise" i iI
8:30: in the evening, Dr. S. C. :Shell:; ing several weeks at one of the Ca l, -
'..' to Miss Cecil Comforter officiating, and only a few friends: I nova cottages. What has become of the old fashioned I You have many times determined to prepare yourself for
of Churlt'stonlIss: Aileen Alvarez -
i were present. girl who used to stand at the glass
entertained at niah jongg Fri. with her mouth full of hair future opportunities. Probably you have as many times put .
I The bride Is the daughter of Dr. I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard and pins -
, day morning from ten to twelve, at I and :Mrs( C H. Woodbury of Atlanta, party, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday Maccleny Standard. off taking t e necessary steps. .
I, the Klngsley lake cottage, of her parents and is an attractive and accomplished at the Richard place.
,' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. I There are lots of bobs but the fun- Some folks say that opportunity knocks but once; others say
: The mah jongg tables were arranged young lady. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Stringfellow\ niest bob is the bob that points that knocks I
Mr.( Prescott is an old Starke boy it more than once; however that may be, it is
on the cool porch, of Magnolia the world and son, of Gainesville, were week-end twenty degrees east from a point two
into
who has out
gone surely true inability take of knocksall
to advantage
which decorated with Lodge. inches below the ears.-Macclenny opportunity
Lodge, was mastic good. He now occupies the posi- guests at Magnolia
\ graceful Spanish moss and crepe I Standard. the time.Opportunity.
tion of bookkeeper and cashier of the I
myrtle. Miss Hilda Struth mule high Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. White, Mr.
lint! was presented with an incense Maddox Grocery Company of Bainbridge and Mrs. W. Alderman, visited a There are no two ways about it, is knocking at your door now. It points the
Ga. while at Zelzar Sunday afternoon.Mr. modern women are more open and
,. ; burner; Mrs. E. M. Johns made low Mr. and Mrs. Prescott ark spending above board. No. bustle, no switches way for you to take advantage of taking fresh start in life by

t and the hostess handed her a Chinese their honeymoon here with relatives, and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and I and nothing up their sleeves.-Tampa opening a bank account, accumulating money with which to
Chinese
I doll. The guest prize, a lovely and this week they are at Kingsley family, of Gainesville, spent the week Tribune. take of the
I'Y'' Com advantage next good investment that along.
Miss
negligee, was presented to comes
Park enjoying the breezes from noted end with Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.

forter. Lake Kingsley. Next Tuesday they expect Hillsborough high boy says that There never was a truer laying than the old adage "It
luncheon Miss Alvarez served Nathan Brown who has been visiting
For
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to return to Bainbridge, Ga., his sisters are too busy keeping up "
i! tuna fish sandwiches pickles, potato where they will make their future Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks, at the with what's' coming off this hot takes money to make money. How many times in your life I i

} I chips and ice tea. 'home. Weeks! cottage, has returned to Jack- weather to keep up with what's going have you said to yourself "If I only had the money, I could

q : Besides the honor guest, Miss The Telegraph extends congratulations sonville.\ on.-Tampa Times. make some money out of that proposition."
Comforter the hostess entertained
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i Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I to the happy young couple. Mrs. C.V.. Chalker and children Now they tell us that a Jelly is a Every day you are putting off opening a bank account and
: Mrs.'N. Stemberg, Mrs. D. C. Pettit, DELIGHTFUL PICNIC SUPPER AT spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. young buck who must be supportedby
of New Orleans, :Misses Hilda Struth, KINGSLEY DeWitt C. Jones at the S. L. Peek the flapper after she marries him. accumulating something puts you that much further from taking

Jeanette and Florence Matthews. cottage. Of course that sort won't jellTampa advantage of opportunity. Make the start today even if j
: Friday evening the following family -- Times. it is small. We will and
help give
I SWIMMING PARTY party went out to Kingsley lake: Mr. Mr. and Mn. J. M. MitcheU and you every encouragement I
FOR VISITORS and :Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and children daughter, Lucile, were out "for a The sweetest words of tongue or possible I

: Miss Elizabeth Hugh, Jr. and Mary; swim" at Kelly Kottage Sunday pen to a woman who is contemplating I II I
.,' .1 :Miss Iris Epperson; gave an enjoyable Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, :Mr. and Mrs. J. I I afternoon. getting her hair bobbed is for her .
i I swimming/ party Monday evenIng husband to "go ahead-you're the
M. Brownlee and children, James 1t iI- Prescott and ay Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bank
;i complimentary to two visiting ham, Milton Jr. and Martha; S. T.I I one that has to wear it." County
young ladies, Miss Henrietta Padgett, party, of Bainbridge, Ga., will occupy i i
Dell Jr., of Gainesville Mrs. A. V.
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II Kest a-White Park
Kingsley ,
of Lake Duller, and Alias Louise cottage After seeing a man wearing a pair
:Mrs Louis T
Long and daughters
I Dickey, \Vaycrosn, Ga. Jarmon and Annie! Long of Palatku. this week. I of those wide-bottomed pants an Established 1889 I :
of apology is due the girls for anything
I After a swim in the clear waters
The party went to the Limba'igh Edward Burns has purchased two
i Luke Kingslcy, a cooked camp fire was built" landing, and after a refreshing swm, lots from James Hornsby, next to the I; said Standard.about their apparel.-:Macclenny I I "Bradford County's Finincial 1 Strcngliold" ;
and steak wan "a-la-camp. I
an elaborate picnic supper was thoroughly Canova lot, and plans to build thereon ,
j The supper spread consisted of steak, ., enjoyed. in the near future. I Score one for-the unbobbed. A burg- I' I I'
sandwiches, pickles, cake and ice tea. I
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I Besides the honor guests1iu: Pad lis HONOR OK ----- I Mrs\ G. W. Marks of DeI.and.Irs.\ .I lar hit a woman over the head) expecting -
to be ml of her interference, and
gett arid Miss Dickey, the party included MRS. 8AYLES nie, were week-end guests of Mr. and I'I'i
: :Misses Mona and Blanche I I ale, were Week-end guests of Mr. and her heavy hair protected her and
I Alderman, Eunice I'erkina. Beth Mm.. J. H. Hitch gave a swimming I! Mrs. S. L. Peck. caused the discomfiture of the intrud I

Browntee, Fannie Darby, Flora I party Wednesday. afternoon at Klngs- Times-Union. .

Brown, of Atlanta, Laura Wynn, Isabel :' Icy lake complimentary to her sister, !I Miss\ Cecil Comforter has returned Of course nobody but a mean old .
Fernandez, Mi-aura. Harold Wall, ; Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, who is | to her hpme in Charleston S. C., after bachelor that a woman is a
t Bill Drown, of Lawtey, Hugh Drown- j upending the summer here with h..rpan.llt. spending several days at Elmwood son who spends says two making per- I
.... Col. and Mrs. C. L. Peek. with Miss Florence Matthews. I years up I II'
lee, Jr., Hamilton Bitch, Gerald Mid- her mand to have her hair bob'iod', and'' INSURANCE I

; t dleton, Bill Epperson, Tom Limbaugh, I j Peek The spacious living decorated roonor with the Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Peek and Mrs. I I' the rest of her life''wishing.>he hadn't. I'
cottage was pine
': Kay Colloy, One Wiggins and Earl TimesUnion.The ,
:: <, Davis. !Mr.*. \V. J. Kppernon: chalJ 'ron. > boughs, red) and golden zinnias./ After Sayles, of Miami, spent the latter See us before building
; part of the week at Kingsley with your new houseor
.' I a delightful: swim, the guests gathered Tampa Tribune says, "Our I
1 JJ.1 LENTcKA:" VS in the living room and enjoyed a delicious Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hitch. mothers used to be slipper clappers remodeling the old one and we shall

., Inln'mt.\ PARTY | salad course. I while girls of today flipper flap tell how
Messrs. G. Sistrunk( and C. A. are you to secure the lowest insur-
I Besides the guests from Starke, But if don't think they
Futch have started the construction pers. you
Little Miss Helen[ Margaret Gray
." celebrated her eleventh birthday anniversary there were present :Mrs. C. W Chalker I of their Kingsley lake cottage on I inherited any of their mother's instincts I ance rates.

f Wednesday afternoon at the of Baltimore; Mrs. G. W. Marks, their lot text to the E. M. Johns prop. watch them with their first Agency Established 1886 .
of Ik-Land; Mrs. J. D. Wilson Miss Record.
born.-Bartow
'1r:, home of her plrl'ntll'r.:' and :\(1'( >1. erty
i May Peek and Miss Irene Minims, of J. ReDAVIS&CO.
L. M. Gray on North. Walnut street. Jacksonville. :Mr. and [rs-\.M.: : Darby moved I Now comet the announcement that :
Quite a number tit beautiful and I to their cottage Thursday. With safety razors designed especially for .

useful gifts/: delighted the popular | Are the people of your community I I repairs and additions to this the.I women's use In shaving the backs of ---,. /

little hostess, among them being. a | industrious and progressive enough they now have! one of the most com- j their necks are now on the market. I.
,f neat bicycle from her father. The little | to, not only be interested in better fortable homes! on the lakefront.Mr. f And thousands of men have been sure 1
r people were entertained with yard farming, better schools, and better for the longest that theirs was just I) SASH LIME I
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and porch games, and in an interesting 1 roads, but also willing to sacrifice I \ and l\lrs-\'rthur: :: Stringfellowand that sort.-Tampa Times. I DOORS LUMBER ,

contest, Walter :McDonald, Jr. | their time and money to get these little son, Arthur StringfellowJr. CEMENT
,Y, won the prixe. improvements I ., left Saturday morning for Kings- Those Boyish Bobs BUILDERS HARDWAREBRICK
The decorations for this pretty party I ley lake, where they will spend the Barber: "How will\ you have your SHERWIN
were shasta daisies faro and RULES: OK TIIE ROIS\ JA PA:NAs week-end as members of a house hair cut?" Everything"
+ pink roses and festoons of pink and) I I party being given at the lake.- Little Boy: "1 wanna style every WILLIAMS" L r for
lifted in ( translated from Japanese traffic in won't Better shave PAINT. '
% green paper were effectively Gainesville Daily Sun. girl town copy. Building
the table decorations. The table was I regulations! Michigan: ( : Roads and it off." KYANIZE, :, and I

centered by a large! birthday cake Pavements.) I Among the Kingsleyites/ atending I VARNISHES
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ornamented with pink and white icing, : At the rise of the lend of a police the dance at Earlton Thursday night Women are expecting a lot of .

q and on the cake burned eleven tiny man, stop rapidity. Do not pass him were :Mr. and Mrs.( N. Sternberg Mr.[ money-maker for clothes\ and then its) CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

green candles. Cherry topppvd ice i by or otherwise disrespect him. I and Mrs.( R. A. Weeks, Misses Aileen is said that hubby can hardly see
Whenever a of the foot what has been bought. He can see STARKE, FLORIDA
cream and cake were served as the passenger i Alvarez Irene limms, of Jacksonville ,1
birthday feast. The attractive favors I hove in sight tootle the horn trumpetto I I \ :Marguerite Shriver, of Brooker what other hubbies have purchased : ,
is were small baskets Ailed with candy him melodiously! at first. If he still Nathan Brown of Jacksonville. however, and that will probably keep 1

end l topped with !grapes. obstacles your passage, tootle him from making a fuss.-Times-Union.

,Af' ", Enjoying this lovely party were: with vigor and express by word" of the Mr. and Mrs.[ S. A. Bryan, Freeman the constable would shake his fist and

+ June Bullen :Margaret Net<<, Alice mouth the warning "Hi Hi. Johns Miss Schellie Hutto.of Starker "Gol Darn" him and you could hear GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

iI h Fernandez Bunnie Canova, :Martha Beware of the wandering hone that Mrs.( D. L. Riirby and children, of good old sister Sarah "What's

; Powell, :Mary( Brownlee Fenvlla Sny- he shall not take fright as you pass +; Jacksonville, Miss Ruby Lee. of Rai- this world comin' to-the say end certainly INMAN & RITCH
tlvr :Martha( Brownlee, F.evlynStump, him. Do not explode the exhaust box ; ford, and C. D. Mart( of Highland: can't be far oh such reckless: REPRESENT THE
F BEST
I Thelma Andrvu. Vivian Kite Dorothy at him. Go soothingly by, or stop by I composed a house party at Rest-a- LEADING
I' whole INSURANCE
the
speed endangering community -
Jr. and the roadside till he pass away. I While COMPANIES FIRE,
lIasl tt. Walter McDonald cottage, Kingsley Park, over and the village would
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Paul Knight. Give big space to the festive dog I the week-end. queen ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE
that make sport in the roadway. say "Oh Billie\ please don't drive so BONDS. LIABILITY
20TH CENTURY CLUB Avoid entanglement: of dog with your HOW TIMES DO CHANGE fast, I'm so frightened I feel fainty." ADJUSTMENTS
ENTERTAINED wht't'l pClkes. ; Today.-The town sheik makes 45 MADE PROMPTLY

Go soothingly on the grease-mud : Y.sterday.-WheD some village cut miles an hour right down the boulevard -
".. Mr. and ''Mrs. F. ). Stump delightfully as there lurks the skid demon. Press i up got reckless: and whipped up the one hand on the steering wheel fait"
entertained the 20th Century the brake of the foot as you roll old nag to a gait of ten miles an hour and the other around some girl-the "COULD BETTEI fEITIDZEH< BE I40E WE WOULD

Card Club Wednesday evening at their around the corners and save the collapse right down the main street of the dogs snap at the tire, the chickens Beto. k71. M eu ... April 11 ot..u.. ., .
hospitable home on Thompson street. and I village on Sunday afternoon with the ride the bumpers. Sweet Mamma s IU1'iDS" .aiea .... 1.. 11. staadard et gaaab ,retxo e. Poor ad cU;

The hostess presented to the club tie-up. I village queen by his side, the natives says "Step on it, Daddy. Who was Ppsd.'., a....... Pot_ ....,. ri.... Gedib ..........f.... ..l1.. ...Put c...g.b_.. .r... ..,wM is
member who made high score for the Httesi Cttfa in o to 14 Daysp'Grkn I would run in the yard and latch the that Just passed in that Ford?" .owaI. Alae sea lit. .f 1_....... aenr.n, 0...... .... 0., .. IUt Alan
ladies, a set of beautiful candle hold- aired moon PAZO OIVTVEXTftiham. j gate, the chickens would fly over the "That was Aunt Sarah." a. Y caw nad7. wYlie at _

en; and to the gentleman holding I.:, IIM. P'tn I of cards. Consolation ... .. .. _r house the kids would clomb\ said "Sense dust.: _
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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1921 .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA PACK PITm

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i Misses :Marie, Neva and Joyce Long, ,- .. '
I of Hawthorn, spent the week-end in ,
Starke with Supt. and Mrs. H. B. I IL.

Bits ol Local'Ii'iioriiiatioii' @ Wiggins. L.' '!I wyi I bd'ref !, Ii'_ ; .. I

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Everett Miner, who is ; \
employed as .. I
engineer at the New Symrna light t:.'''' LLvre I ,.,."- "jt': f I II
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plant spent Sunday in Starke with I ;' \ "

Concerning Our People Business and homefolks. .. .J:': }i\'k' "PERSONAL" !
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Progress in the County and Town. :Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick and daughter 'fi'--' ., -- e- tit I

. :Mrs. Nelle Hughes, have gone to \ 'I tl.1/ --i, ti 2 -.+ t

I. I spend several weeks near Henderson- i ff ToRobert
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I ville, N. C.Mr. ; : ;:::

D. C. Jones was a visitor to Jack- :Mrs. J. E. Corpening and daughter

sonville Sunday.J. returned Friday from Fiftone, where : and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and t4Lk 1\ !

she visited her parents.Col. children have returned from a visit ,.

H. Pratt, of Perry, was a visitorto with relatives in Jacksonville and I .
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Starke Wednesday.A. Wm. E. Rivers and Col. JohnR. Green Cove. # -. -. ; '- Jr.
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Willis, of IJronson were here Monday ./ -=' 7
Charlesatthews: of Dawson, Ga., .'" I
A. Durden, of Hampton, spent on professional business. ; .;
motored here Wednesday and was a ; =-- : /: ;
in Starke.
Tuesday morning I guest at the home of :Mr. and :Mrs.
Mrs. A. A. Durden : / :
and children, of O. L. Beasley. J- I
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Col. A. Z. Adkins was a business Hampton, was here Wednesday '- .=-: ., .......t.v .\\

visitor to Palatka Thursday.E. guests of Mrs. O. L. Beasley.S. .
Mrs. G. W. Alderman and daughters -

Misses Mona and Blanche, and
S. Matthews went to Tallahassee T. Dell, Jr., of Gainesville, has Mrs. F1. A. Scott motored to Hampton It came addressed "personal" to Robert, Jr.--a letter! from the bank where he had deposited!

Wednesday on a business trip. been visiting, his cousins, James William Monday afternoon. from time to time!, money earned at mowing lawns---shoveling snow-and running errands. A let

and :Milton Brownlee, Jr. ter-in the life of little! folks is quite! an eVl'nt-.anJ! Robert was duly impressed.Opening .
Miss Cecil tiomforter, who has. been
John Padgett, of Lake Butler, was I
Stay cool these hot days-See 'the the guest of Miss Florence Matthews, :
a visitor to Starke last Friday. line of electric fans at Jones'. left Saturday afternoon for her homein it he studied its contents quite closely-slowly reasoning his way through the! message it.

.' I I Charleston, S. C. bore.! Finally, a smile of delight spread over! his face. Right then was character made--the first I : :1!
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Mrs Iva Sprinkle of Lake Butler,
Starke, We invite you to inspect our market moulding of f a trait which perhaps would influence his whole life. A lesion had been! taught. He
visitor to Friday.CaI111e
was a Mrs Fierce Prescott and two chil-
-*" f around at the any corner time. from Highway White's.Mr. Market. dren, of Bainbridge, Georgia, have had learned that income! could be had through the! practice! of thrift. .

Highway Market for your been visiting at the home of Mr. and I

next order of meats. : and Mrs. John Shriver and Mrs. S. J. Prescott. The letter was nothing more than a credit slip (for interest on his money! deposited in A saving ac-

daughter, :\[Marguerite: of Brook s count. To> Robert'-it was an unexpected dt'posil.-.monI'Y! which he! had not had to f'am' His
Supt. H. B. Wiggins was a busi- in town Dr. O. W. Clayton, of Fort Payne, (for him. His incentive increase his accelerated
ness visitor to Gainesville Tuesday.A. er, were Wednesday.Mr Ala., is spending several days this money! was working! to account was ten-fold. i

week at Hampton. Ho was a business

and !Mrs. J. W. Morgan and visitor to Starke Tuesday.Mr. Ben Franklin said: "Irntill Thrift...instill it young" Is your boy or girl being! enconr.igrd in inch :
:M. Williams, erf Hampton, was friends motored out to their cottageat
attending to business here Monday. worthy effort > i
the lake and spent Sunday. : and Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell and I ;

and daughter, Lucile, Mrs. Clyde Al-

Calhoun O'Farnn, of Jacksonville, SPECIAL PRICES ON TIRES varez and daughter, Dorothy, motored BANK OF STARKE 1 1I

visited friends here for the week-end. AND Tt'BES. SMITH'S GARAGEDr. to Gainesville. Tuesday. .

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Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin, is Mrs. D. E. Knight and sister !Mrs.
The Bank of Service
J. J. Bullen and daughter, Miss Helpful
S. Powell. I
visiting her motherlrll': ?: R. Charles Larson, Hollin and Paul .
Isabel returned from
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Tuesday a tripto
Knight and Charles Larson Jr., motored .
Tampa and St. Petersburg.G. .
Miss Lucile Hoffman, of Jonesboro, to Jacksonville Monday. ,
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Ark., is visiting :Mr. and Mrs. E. '.. .. -. .. -. --_ -- .

Blick. M. Inman returned Tuesday froma i Mrs. Charles Larson and son, Chug. .. --
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business trip to Orlando, Fort Myersand Jr. left Tuesday for their home in .
The heaviest rain of the fell
of Jacksonville other South Florida towns. after visit with year
Dowling
Raleigh Lakeland
a pleasant
afternoon. Tho canals
Tuesday werefilled
is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. E. Mid- Co!. and Mrs. D. E. Knight. :
dleton.J. Frank Carpenter, Mr. ami :Mrs. :M. )) to overflowing and throughout/ Gainesville Bus Co.
section cast of Sturke they were in-
Leviton and daughter, Miss Rosa, Mr. and :Mrs. D. E. Turner, of Ft. Hun ci..nt to handle tho heavy downpour -

G. Alvarez, of Jacksonville, is motored to Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. Lauderdale, have returned homo after W. H. HAYS Operator \

visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Lal- spending two weeks. with her parents, ,

la Chace. Nelle Hughes came up from Mr. and Mrs W. A. Bessont. GAINESVILLE TO STARKE 1'
Miss' Eva Powell, who has been visiting -
Lake Wales Sunday and is with her

E.' M. Porter, of Tallahassee, was a mother, Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, !Mrs / her mother, Mra. U.S. Powell, Lv Graham Hotel 7:00 a.m. Lv Hotel Marion 445: a.m.

week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs.[ Geo.C. Florence Powell, Paul Canova, Jr. and returned last week to Cocoa Mrs Lv Waldo 7:40 Lv I
Cora Carpenter, who has spent severalweeks : a.m. Hampton 10.05
White. and Mrs. Mitchell Nobles and Preston B. Sceanor, of Fitzgerald, Ga. a.m. "
I with her mother, Mrs. Powell)), I
children, of Sarasota, spent Tuesday I motored to Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. has also returned to her home in Newton Lv Hampton 8:00 a.m. Lv Waldo 10:25: a.m. 1
Miss Dillaberry, of St. Petersburg; night with Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick. Ar Starke 8:20
Ar
Gainesville
J. f/:/. C. a. m. I II 1:00:: a.m.
last week of :Mrs. W. :
was a guest and Mm. D. D. Oliver, who have -
Epperson. Col. D. E. Knight spent several days been visiting her parents, Mr. and TIME TABLE-STANDARD: TIME
Mrs. A. V. Long and daughters SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT
-
--- NOTICEJ.
this week in Waycross, Ga. wherehe Mrs. W. A. BesNent, have returnedto
Mrs. I.tvuia T. Jarmon and Annie
( J. M. Truby and family moved out went on professional business. their home in Ft. Lauderdale. I
to their Kingsley lake cottage lasts Long, returned Tuesday to their home I ,

Wednesday. SPECIAL PRICES ON TIKES in Palatka, after a pleasant visit K.: Adkins, of New River, was II .
Mrs. S. C. Carnell, of Ormond, with Mrs. Long's mother, !Mrs S. K.llrownlee :. '
came Monday and is the guest of her I ANI1 TUBES. SMITH'S HARARE: : and Mr. and MI-M. J. M. huHlnefl visitor to Starku Wi'ilnuxdiiy. FOIt AI.E-Kour yoke of oxon it ci
J. H. Ritch and family have goneto parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. t Urownlee., --- Luwtey, I-'ln./ Daily Prlngle. at* j
lake for the remainder of Miss Jeaiiettu Durdun who hit (
Kingsley Mrs. J. H.!Fielil and son, Charles, wen FOR SAI.A: few Arkansan
the summer. Miss Inez Abernathy is in Gaines- have returned to their home In Altoona visiting in Albany, Ga., came Wednesday thousand
r Pa. after month Mr. and Mrs. Yelvington and daughter to bu with her Mlnter. Mrs. O. L. Missionary strawberry plant,
ville visiting her friend, Miss Lottie pending a
Mrs. Jay Alderman left Sunday for Jordan, at the University of Florida. with her mother, !Mrs R. S. Powell. of Hastings 1( spent the weekendat lluimley. $::1.00 per thousand), Apply to Dr.
Detroit, Mich., where she will visit the homo of their parents Judge U. W. Itrown, Lnwtvy, Kla. 7-1-4

her and Mr*. Geo. A. Gardiner They returned PRKSHYTKUIAN: ;
parents.Col. The best of meats in the most sani- II' !Mrs O. J. Grimn and It. C Wall Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. LU.ST llutwvvn Lake Butler and

and Mrs.\ A. S. Crews motoredto tary market in town. Highway Mar- motored to Gainesville! Friday afternoon Gardiner, who will spend several Sunday school at the usual hour, Stark, or Starku and Hampton,

and Lake City the first ket, next door to Electric Shoe Shop. and :Miss Ethel Criflllii' ccrom- weeks) in Hastings. ten o'clock, a. m. run and glass to front light Shide-
Jacksonville I pnnled them home for the week end. The usual song service thnt has fol- bilker special six, Saturday morning -

of the week. Inspect the line of electrical appli- \ lowed the Sunday school hour will be Piiidnr please return to W. J.

ances at Dewitt C. Jones before buy- : Mr. Judge R. A. Green and brother, omitted July 7th, UM the pulpit will Kpiersoii.: .
and i and Mrs. Guy Prescott, of | 7-tH-Ut.:!
T. J. Alderman visitors to Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. ing elsewhere.Mr. Floyd, were bo filled both morning. and evening by
family motored to Lake Butler Thurs-. --- Buinbrldge, Ga., were recent guests of Sunday, visiting their sister, Mr*. R. II. A. Tucker 1) !>., Hi evangelist of 'I H)j)I BA'PTIItiFlsntwholesale: : prio-u
his Mr. S. J. Prescott
and !\Irll.
,
parents -
.
.
Riverside 1lrl.J"hnll
S. Johns In
day afternoon. Hoipltnl. national reputation. VVpMtinghoumIlJttli' ) Grade Kunriin-'
and Mrs. Jay Alderman, of at their country homo near
Waldo spent Sunday with his parents Starke. hue Toeoveml. J wuflbeiently, to Evening service nt eight o'clock.Rveryhody toed Kurd. biilurle $13.oO.: lieifulur
Electric irons, percolators, toasters, \ nllow! removal to her tiom<( In Luke retail price. 220. ShljwJ churned I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. : cordially Invited to attend ,
at Jones Hardware.Mr. J' Butler where she will be. taken Haturilny. them HorvicoH. Good sermons trod ready for car. HOIK! remittance with !

Mln Madge and Hazel Middleton, order or we ship C. O. f). \
Miss Marguerite Shriver, owner of good muxlc Some mtmiber of the express
and Mrs. Rob Richard and Miss Hazel Dowling and Mr. Raleigh Peninsular. Klectrir: eo. Jacksonville
the Shoppe Elite, is boarding at the Christian church will assist In Hinging
friends, of Jacksonville, spent Sundayat Dowllnjr, of Jacksonville, motored to Misses Lulu Wilson And Blanche
the two churcheM have united fin. 1IH.'t.IlAJii .
home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle- as
Lake Butler to visit
Kingsley lake. Wednesday Alderman returned Friday from Do-
ton. In holding/ popular acing service,, lor
T."l--Mllko
friends. the Flor- FARM mo utter'
Land, where thoy attended an
the pant month, and will continue the
Miss Ruby Lee. of. Raiford, I is 1 t.- ida Baptist Assembly. Miss Wilson on my 20 ucru farm, about 1-1 Improved -
!Mrs.\ W. K. Wilder, of Orlando, has joint service throughout the summon ,
with Capt. and Sunday '.room house, barn,
upending the week Last Friday evening 1'.Irll. J. L. completed her course' In wagon
Mrs. S. A. Bryan. been visiting at the country home of Peek and Mm. O. L. Beasley gave a school and B. Y. P. U. work. Miss MKlTfbnHTSunday I ; shed chicken house and well. Fenced
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Pres- her him wire fencing 1.1014
next to
benefit card party at the Woman's Alderman expect to complete i
Miss! Hazel Dowlimr, of Jackson- cott. Club, the proceed'going towards the work next year. Miss Wilson and Mint I school at ton, o'clock! in the YnrljoiiKh' form .K. l: Aldrich, :215KIIH !:!

ville, is visiting her cousin, Miss building fund. I II Alderman won gold ribbons for their I morning. : I''u"ion :S; I I. .Jacksonville( "'111.

Hazel Middleton. !MU\ !Madge Middleton returned I I excellent work at the Assembly.N. Preaching at eleven by the pastor, 7-IH-71.
II
after visit with .. .
home Saturday a I
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0. Next
Rev I. Simpson. Sunday
Eau Gallie anti Jackson 111811label! Edwards has returned I
J. L. Briggs/ a salesman of Jack- relatives in from KingsJey Lake where she was S. Wainwright, of Moore Haven, evening the Methodist congregationwill Tu Stop a Cough Quick

sonville, spent Wednesday here looking ville. a member of a house party given by has been spending the week In Starke worship with the Presbyterians, !ItakeM IIAYrS': HEALING: WONEY. a
after business. with his brother, N. D. Wainwright, and hear Rev II. A. Tucker a noted cough mmlkliie which Xoixt the rixiMli by
Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., her sinter, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and family. !Mr. Wainwriirht wa rie'/-ted evangelist. j, beulinil the Inllamtxl and Irritated tianur.
Miss Florence Elizabeth'and Leila GaInesville Sun. 1 A box of CKOVE'S O-PKN-TRArr!: :
,
of Clearwater clerJ of the court for Glade I ..
Miss Olivia :McKenzie Prayer mp inn Wednesday eveningat
Dea Andrews motored to :Melrose SALVE; for Cheat Cold*. llea.i CoM and,
Wednesday to visit Miss county in the June primary bv ItmaJorlty.Glalelt eight o'clock. .
came Sunday. 1 Mrs. R. O. Daniel, who is spending ; |I Croup U rntlomvl with every bottle ofNAYFS'
has two !
Louise Fernandez.Dr. the here with her mother good county I I'll s7 cilL'KCII t : :: / BALING HONEY. The salve
summer ,
BULI.ETIN.
UU
Bradford men nerving. as county ofll- should' be rubbed on the chest aunt. thrust
Colson of Gainesville, Preston. B. Sceanor, of Fitzgerald Mrs. Josephine Edwards, went to : vials, the other, M. S. Hayes, being u( children ufTerinrf from a Cold or Crouii
J. H. has been guest this weekat Sarasota Saturday evening to visit The usual services of the church '
Georgia, a Tho'
superintendent of public instruction h.dlne.a"' t of Hit llmltna Non y in
physician:. for state convicts, spent the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. friends for several Jays. will be held on Sunday. liable, school' "I'M lh. thro.tamtin.d with, Ik* hB ,lfii4 effect ,.fI
'I <>ruv.. O-ffa-ltfH Halve inrntlb, the ,
i riiuay in J.arke.Mr. : at 0:45: a. m., followed by the morning .._ pore u
Canova. | !\In. A. C. Durrtcn of 1112 South lb in dino Mop*a_b.
hour of worship when the pastor will ash, r.m.dl.s. a.. p.rk.d.In an. r.rtAJG and 'h.rat .
with
F. A. Crowder of Lake City in left last night
and was Dakota avenue, ,rihouinblfM 1 lm.. ,
and Mrs. P. S. McMillan in the series < < ai ulUia .
N. A. Blitch went to the State Starke I after the Mr O. present the fifth sermon
for motor trip Mrs. Tuesday coking her son-in-law and daughter .JUl'lt ask your druggist for IiAYES'IIAIING
family left Saturday a Farm Monday to spend several weeks moving of his stock of goods from I. Bennley, to visit them at their homo on thiLord'* Prayer" the topic being <; IIQNKY.I .

through Georgia. with her son, Superintendent J. S. Crowder building/ a new store he In Starke. !\Jrs. Durd<.>n expert to "The Father' Will. --_._--- -

of Lake Blitch. Is opening In Lake City.Rev. leave there on Sunday Joining friend Young people' meeting at 7:00.:
Miss Henrietta Padgett, with I in Jacksonville for a motor trip thru Evening worship at 8:00.: At this service -

Butler, is spending the week Col. J. E. Futch and Hugh Brownlee I Hyatt, of Green Cove Springs, Georgia. In Albany she will be with the pastor will speak on one of the 666

Miss Iris Epperson.Mr. motored to Trenton and! spent the 'i I was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs relative whom her daughter, Miss parables of our Lord l of which little

Burns and week end with !Mr. Futch's uncle, :Mr.[ :,|I J. C. Hoover. About fifteen years ago Janet Durden, U also visiting *t this i I. said in !sermon or lionnamely/ the I I.I I. a prescription for :Malaria, Chili.
and Mrs. Edward ColRon. : time. Mr*. Durden will also l visit In Strong Man and the .Stronger. This and Fever, Dengue or Dillou Fever
motored to | Rev. Hyatt was/ rector of St. Marks I '
Mrs. W. Middleton: I I Episcopal church, in Starke. Amerlcu, expecting to he aWAY from i is an interesting parable, embodying lIt kill. the ,eves.COFFINS.

Jacksonville! Monday. Nothing Is more cooling and refreshing ,, Tamna about seven week.-T mpo I u truth rfruirinjt| fmphnxis today I I
I families, and friend ;;
hot days than arf Bring your "
these Time : ( "'
'"'
SPECIAL PRICES ON JIBE Mr. and Mrs. Guy Prescott, Mrs. I ---- '
AND Tl'BES. SMITH'S .\ electric fan. See D. C. Jones. I I Pierce Prescott of Bainbridge, Geor- NOTICEThe I :: & CASKETS

'gia, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Wilder, of
Orleans, Donald Adkins, of New Smyrna, is ; Town Council of the Town of rENT-A-WORn And a Fall" Line .f
D. C. Pettit. of New I Orlando are spending the veek at
:Mrs. week end at Kingsley lake spending several day with his parentsMr. Mrs. Cady's cottage, at Kingsley lake. Starke, Florida will meet at the 'Ity Undttloktr S.. pl;..
spent the : and Mrs. J. E. Adkins, of Sew Hall In the Clrk' office, Tui-Mia-, I;

with Mrs. E. M. Johns. River. August 5th, 1021, all a board of etlu.I.I'! I.JCOLUMNUI I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
Helen Shine who has been visiting
Mrs[ of hearing .
IIU" for the purpose C Always oo haad. Th. belt > rat
Mrs. S. T. Dell and Mrs. Thursdayof Lassiter, Frank Pomeroy, Sr. and son, Frank her cousin, Mn. S. S. Dowling, plaint ** to the value of any property i sots the tweet prie..w 8p.-

of Gainesville were guests Pom.roy, Jr., of Jacksonville, spent left Tuesday for her home In Pensa- real or personal. or mixed all 'fire cfeJ .lt..ti fi to telegraph .nu

Mrs. J. M.\ Brownlee. .. Wednesday as guests of J. M. cola. Mrs. Shine wan called home on by the Town Tax Assessor for the WANTED August Number True I R.fUtre4+ J.belr.Cl : .
of
account of the serious illness her
the 01
Highway Mitchell year 1924, against owner Story Magazine. T. D. Proctor' -- -
meats.! mother-in-law.
Florida, and Western such .
agents of property.C. : DeWITT C. JONES
Market. Phone 23. :Messrs. A. M. .Blanchard, Jack --Coldi cause crap and B'IIMOZJI F. DOVER FOR KENT-Office building next

Mar- Howe and Geo. A Anderson, of Law- LAXATIVE BKGVO QUININE) TrttaUeauc. ....YS.b Attest: Chairman of Board.C. door to Btanneir. tore at depot ,, STARKE. FLA

John Shriver and daughter Starke tey, were business visitors to Starke Tl>.r.. It ."', on.'r' '... Qui",,.,.' A. FLITCH MM. E. II. Smith. 7-4-tf. "::l'_"' ''''''''''''' J,_.....
of Brooker, were In ... Clerk. 7232t. tee I
jruerite. Tuesday. .C. W. G'OVE 3 t "--- .boa 7a.
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JULY 25.:' 1921
FRIDAY.
PAGE SIX BRADFORt COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA

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they perform will bring great,< manufacturer to give as complete and SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn
may ,
I ADVICE THE AGED IAn '
i'i'I I happiness, to father and mother and accurate report to the enumerator as ( effect May 11, 1924)
U 1wIa.hflrmltl*.such ..utuguishI
IF ARMERSandF .RMINGI .....1.. weak kad ."o, torpid II.*,.. | put the family name on a higher j possible. There is nothing publishedin SouthboundNo. -

plane of honor. Do not forget that I Florida, by the State or any other reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m.

Tutt's Pills the future of America depends upon agency, that contain the information No. 3, 11:02 a. m.

how boys and girls are trained sought by prospective investors as
your !
No. 21 Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m.
I .. epMlflo effect the how trained I does this Biennial Report.No ,
a on ** today, not on you were
FAKMfcKS AND TRUCKERS AUK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I I. ."..* the bow.... mrm. --I when you were children. person or firm is known in the No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m.
.awl iaap riof loth
ARTICLES OK FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I II Really the whole of these-may we'j' report. NorthboundNo. -

10 HE BEST: SUITED TO OUIt COUNTY. RAISiNG CHILDREN. | not call them ten commandments The records given in by individualsand 2 reaches Starke 5:08: a. m.

I ._ q 'Ic'v.'r without being accused of irreverence?! corporations are not open for public No. 4, 4:26 p. m. I
Advice how to raise children
,_. -_.-- ---- ---- on -Is bound up in the first two; for | inspection. It will greatly aid the No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
I having been exceedingly plentiful :
CONTROL: ARMY \\ ()IL'.IS dined I an low as 42.4 per ftnt below 'I been those properly carried out will come |enumerators and the department and No. 16, Limited, 5:67: p. m.
has
there fore much of it
WITH "KANSAS IIAIT" their production when tree of ticks. near solving the child-raising prob. the whole State if the people will appreciate Wannee BranchNo. -
foolish. However ten
,
The census for 1U20, it '"fated, wholly sug- lem. The other eight are only ampli the work and aid the enumerators 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m.
Edward A. Stilt
Drown velvety caterpillars are' gestlons made by \
,
showed that the "l'.k: -
in possible.
average production fications.
every way
Starke 3:15 m.
associated superintendent of the No. 104 arrives : p. I
now destroying many sweet potato of dairy cows in the tick-free These sugestlons will afford good Very truly yours,
often the leaves New York city schools, are forth T. J. GRIFFIN,
They strip
plants.
counties of eight southern tales was material for some helpful Sunday NATHAN MAYO,

from an entire Held of vlnva. Also 17 per cent more than
the groan worm or fall army worm tested counties of the nmo > atta. i 1. Set the proper standards for I Habitual Constipation: cured

ta beginning to give some trouble. Loss is also shown in the eight; of your children to follow. j ACRICIJLTUIIALENUMEItATORdirection I A man may fail at everything else In 14 to 21 Day

When abundant these worms quickly I cattle infested with ticks, it is i tated. 2. Be friends with your children, j I AT- WORK i and yet marry well. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially-

consume all vegetation where they Only two countiec in Floriia are I walk and play with them occasionally. !. prepared SyrupTonic-Laxative for Habitual

are hatched and then move on to declared to be entirely fred of the We must not live above our children, | The agricultural enumerators are Since the eighteenth amendmentcame Constipation. It relieves promptly. but

other fields.According. icks-Dade and Morroe. but with them. I now in the field gathering Information along there are ever so many should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days

to Prof. J. R. Watson, 3. Don't scold too much. Encouragethem that is of inestimable value to towns figuring on a permanent water toJnduce regular action. It Stimulates and

entomologist of the Florida Experiment LINCOLN SALES IN MAY ESTABLISH : to do their best. Let us remember -I the State. This enumeration la made supply.! -Palm Beach Post. R'guiates. Very Pleasant to Takj. 60c:

4 Station!: the quickest, and for NEW HIGH KECOKD what Phillips Brooks said: "ChllI I every other year-and has been for per bottle.

most farmers the cheapest, methodof 'dren are white, spotted black; not quarter of a century.I .
controlling these two closely related May sales of 868 broke all records white." want to urge every farmer and' NOT ICE
in history of the Lincoln Motor Company black, spotted Nolle. I In, horehr Riven that the following. dwrlbcd land will\ be told at public auctiononth.
pests is by means of "Kansas 4. See that they select proper FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST. 1924 It ben, ,. the 4th day of said month before the
bait," which has been used successfully a division of the Ford Motor friends and associates. MALARIA ConrthoiiM Door at Stark*. In Bradford coun tr State of Florida or .o much thereof. m*
Company.The will be nMcMHry. to pay th. amount due for tax.. let opposite the mmc. tomthor with the
against cut worms as well as 5. Make home as comfortable and jont of uch pale! and advertl lnB. E. W. HAYES. TalC Collector.
for which it was origi- steadily increasing popularity '
grasshoppers Lincoln automobile discriminating happy as your means permit. Taxes
of> the among LvisA
nally made. (I. Give your children at least high \ Description\ __we. ,T. H. A. Owner A Coats
buyers of American quality ,
To make this bait, recommendations school education.
mix together 20 pounds of cars never was more strikingly All SW-i of NEV 8 of River ____.33 6 18 20 R. T. Taylor ___.._____________ (59
say, the three 7. Train them in the habit of regular -I HEAVY MARK S' i>f SE>4 of NEVi ft N',4' of
bran, /5 pounds of cottonseed meal shown than during past attendance at church and Sunday 1 T 18 10B O. B. Colton ________________ SI.48
which retail deliveries have SEt4-------- ___.________
of Dampen months in W } 2 7 18 1JO C. M. Andrew 37.80J.
1 paris
and
pound green. I school. E'4 of NE'I! a NEVi- of SE% A
the dry bran and paris green mixture I continued, to climb to new high re 8. See that they avoid all games of SWA! of SE'4 ---__..?.?.? S 7 IK ISOEH V. Edward __.?.?_?.? 49 89
until the whole mass cords. In March the sales set a new end. with. of NE', of NEVi ____________12 7 111 20 A, O. Cowen ...___._?.___..? 8 59
with water exceeding those of chance. A gambler can never be a MMnrlm fortunately. doe. not of NE"4 of NE'% ___________________13 7 ID 40 D. M. Malphun ...._______.... 12.7S
is moist, but not sloppy. It shouldbe mark in greatly in life. the breaking of Chill and reducing w'nr NE' A E'. of NWVi &
that it will any previous month. April sales were success .'.ver. Even after the patient to free from I SWl I, of NWV* ________________IS T It 200 Unknown ______________ 62.17
of such consistency while with 9. See that your children take plenty actual illneM. the mark' on his system are 1 SELl of NEVJ __________?.__?____14 7 19 4HBV. Unknown ___-..._.__...._. 12.78
p full in line flakes when broadcastover in excess of March, May, of physical training in the open plain to....... Vitality ia weakappetite poor of A'" of SWt'--------------80 It 20 BO W. E. Yarborrough ________... 18.25
foliage. Last of all kead into gEls Lincoln delivered to customers, walk thanto weight fallen off.spirits low. In such conditions I 8'' ? of SW'1 .___________86 < 20 20 M. C. RAUlenon ........._.... 8.88
the
the record estab- air. It is better exercise to Wmteramith'a Chill Tonic.a reliable NWl, of Nfi NEM of NWl-i-. 1 6 20 80NEVi M. C. Kaulenon ___-.___-___ 2418
106 high :
the mixture 2 quarts of molasses exceeds by ride in a limousine. is Invaluable. of SEV; all' SEVi of NElL '
li hed in April. anti-malaria prescription S of rnn.1 ______-____________? 1 6 20 B28E"4 O B. Moodr ___________.__... 19 H
or syrup. that June sales 10. Let your children feel that any Wlnteramith's Chill Tonic builds up and of 8E>4 ___________.______...10 < 20 40 M. J. Sapp _____________.____... 12.81B
The poisoned mass should be puton All indications are honor which they win at school, or restore what the malarial fever has taken NH of SEVi\ of NWVi\ BV4 of
early will show a decided increase over May. It enriches. and purifies tbe blood, SWlJ all SWH of SEVt S of
either in the evening or any act of courage, or unselfishness aid way.. the appetite tones up the aystem. mill hranrh __________________n < 20 129WWj :I. Sapp ____._____________ 881
morning so that it will not dry too hastens the return of health and strength. of SW'/i -_______.___________11 t 20 80 M. :J. Sapp ........__.......... 24.18Jo
because STAY YOUNGLack Com at NW coy of NWVi of NEU
is better -
In the evening ,
quickly. feel Chills and FevereominKon
Taken aayou A run S 220 yd* to wlr* f.ne.
the pesta will have longer to of health, strength and energy Wintersmith'Chill Tonic give prompt th..",. E toMcKlnnvr branch
feed ft before it becomes dry. shows itself I in: lines !n the face and certain relief;and long siege of Malaria thence N alone. acid branch to M*
on beneficial line, ._. __________ 10.H
nnnn. flabby flesh and lack of muscular can often be avoided. Its thi-ncu W on ald line to bell .12 6 20 25 Hodges ?
In thousands of Com at SW cor of NWV4 of NEVI
effect! have been proved
I IMtEVENT WEEDS GOING activity.LEONARDI'S. LEWIS EYE WATER cases over 56 yean of continued uae. At 4 run : 220 yd* to wire fence
ELIXIR FOR thence to McKlnnry branch.there. ,
TO SEED IN PASTURES drug atore. Popular size, SOc;mammoth
f THE BLOOD builds health your the Winter- S alonglaid branch to 8
*iie. $1. Made only by line of NEt of NE%. thence W

; It is an expense' to raise weeds. If strength and energy. It keeps the smith Chemical Co., lac. LauiariUe. Ky. totter ---.-___________________1J I tO 2* M. U Crews _______________ J 0 AI
ia weeds flesh hard and firm the eyes clear -AiIv.FARMERS' All NEI. of SEti E of branch -.12 6 20 2'') L. L. Johni ........_______ 8.18
\ CO per cent of your pasture It color in the SEt, of NWW ___________________.12 5 20 40 M. L Crew. ____.._________ 12.81
it will take just twice as much acreage and bright. puts -- SW% of 8W.- _-__ ?_ ._18 20 4)* W. M. Hodges .__________ 12.1t
stock it would cheeks: a sparkle in the eye and NWV4 of NiP..i --:I:::--I-I"II: :--14 : 20 4*> O. W. Sapp ____? _______ 12.1t
I to graze your as flesh on the body. It is the ideal NH of NEL; 1 lea 4 a In SB cor ._14 6 20 7* B J. Sapp __....____________ 24.18
, .' If there were no weeds in it. Just tonic. AND FRUIT GROWERS'/ WEEKAt Nof 8W".i ------__.___________IB 20( 40 Samuel W. Brown ____ U.1t
; Is the time .All SV4 of Iota 11-12 8 of New
j at this season of the year Stay young by using LEON | River _______________________19 6 20 2% W. W. Cummer ___________ 16.80
, for farmers to protect their pasture ARDI'S ELIXIR FOR THE: '.'SEti of SEH ____________________-20 3 20 4G L. L. John .......___________ U.1t

against weeds and bushes, advises BLOOD. It invigorates and University of Florida Gainesville August 11-16 1 All 5 SWH of 'River of SEVi_____*___SH__'__.of___SWVi_____20 5 20 B8W W. W. Cummer ...._______ n.n

I'rof. J. lScott animal industrialist strengthens the whole system, makes of 8Wti ____._________.____21 5 20 40 L. L. Johns ....._________ 12.81
of the Florida Experiment Station. rich red blood. acts gently on the | 8E'4 of NE: '. _-________________-.211 I 20 40 Johtuon Kelley. ...___________ 18.28
SWC' ;, of NElJ, A
Insist NWt of SEU AN
liver and kidneys. ,
be done he "by onLEONARDI'S. of the Florida Live Stock > of ________ 100 __ __
"This can says Every Phase of Florida Agriculture !4 NEl of Slt'4 -- 23 6 20 J. S. A B. J. Kelley __ 50.41Ceo.
r -vitli the Refuse all others.At Association. SUj' of NWi. E* 1 a In NE eor for

running over thu 'mature all druggists. and Home Economicsto : church _____________________28 5 20 TNH Kelley Eit _______.?.____ 24.4Frailer %
mowing machine before the weeds Section "C" Home Economic of SW'1 ________,______ ._____z-t 11 20 f" Kelley _.......______2419
bear seed. If the pasture Discussed. This is designed especially S'-i of MEM of % 20 20 Jowph Strrickfl' ______....... 8.88Jeeate
mature and .. program Lot 8 of nil. 18 SE'--------2;; : : 20 Matthew __....__..__ 8.43
is mowed twice during the Bummer S S S S S S S S S S C S for women. There will be lectures 01 I..c.s of blk 24 In New River ..23 I 20 B. J. Sapp ........___...__._ 1.63
will be few NATION'SEXI'ERTS and management of the home. t-ou 10-12 of blk 27 In "New River .
in two years there very 0 EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY STATE AND care ________________,______23 24 20 Unknown ._.........._.. 1.34
weeds present" WILL SPEAK nutrition value of milk. demoostratlons NEV of SWVJ Ex 1 a In NW or'for

and livestock farmers AGENTS' REPORTS of dressmakIng and of the utlllzatlon '' Mhool _.-.._-____________..27 8 {ft gjSE'i Wallace Nedd __._ ..____ 12.81
Florida dairy S S S S S S S S C S S S of '' 27 5 20 40 E. W. Edward ______._ 12.31
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have been urged to establish pastures Made to Core and preservation of waste products An unfrolkJ, ; 3'-4-nlnth l ; ,Interest In;
bahia dallisvnsey Preparations Being The home demonstration agents I thc following described' propertytowlt
of bermuda, carpet St. Lucle-Pineapple growers have ], The SW', Of NEiNWU

4 grasses and lespedeza or Japan almost finished marketing their crop. for a Thousand of Flor- of Florida will assist In making this I NEV1\ of SWV ____._____.___2a 11 20 240 8. N. John Sr. Et- ___..... 89.18

clover. Such a pasture once established It was a good one and brought good ida's Farm Folk. program! entirely practical* I I An in undiviilvd the following 3Mi droeribed ninths" Interest proper. ,

and given the proper care will prices throughout the season. The FarmerB'-BankersConference. i I ty towlt' NE>/, A Et-1 of 1'7WV A

furnish grazing for the animals I, Third. Annual Farmers' and I NWH ofSEt, ____________.....29 5 20 280 S. N. John Sr. Eat _____ U.'S
green bulk of the crop was handled through The This conference will occur on "SVed SW of PE' 29 20 40KB' I" 1... John _______- 18.11
every day in the year, it is said the St. Lucie County Pineapple Growers Fruit Growers1 Week will be held at the 13th. It Is desirable that I of NEI} ::::::::::::::::.:::s9 : It) 40 J. T. ReavnFloxhnm ______-_-_______ B.18
thu and early summer the of nesday !IE'. of KFli A NEH or SEH ..88 6 20 so D. :J. O. Green _...__________ 811.88
In the Agriculture University
spring also College ,
Association. This organization this part of the program have a large Wlj of NE' A NW' A N of

Kxpcrlment: Station urged the planting bought cooperatively for its members of Florida August 11-18. 1924. Ia order attendance so that there will be a full : SW" A NW", of SEt/--------111- 6 20 WW'i > J. T Rearm .........._______115.10
information of SWI&J2 % o* SWU ..S4 20 Seluftta Sterriek ___________86.01
of seed or seedlings, giving! all the fertilizer, crate material, that every one may come the cost discussion of the farmers' problems NE4 __ ___ .. .....84 : 20 mSt Frank Murphy .-.________ 47.111

as to how to prepare the pupor etc., needed in making and bill be Just u light u pooslblo. The a. relating to their banking need. :, ?' SM of 8W% of NW ____34 .8 20 10 tire John ._...._________ 1.42
land where the sued could be secured dortnltoHei will I NW"----------------- 2 20 iSO(l Iftaaa William ...jH ----------- 0.4S-
marketing the crop.LakeAttend..d and, 41iijag room lie) Amusement and Recreation. .7 20 800 S. Warren _____. .__________187..7.
and how to plant. This having been I open to visitors at a sof ll.lf I NWl. ,xor NE'i'i A i NEI4Inf:: :{ : : 7 20 50SI. Henry Shaw ..___ .._________ 811.81
- done it remains to be seen that the the grape growers which Includes and Iaq;h visitor will Dave an opportu of NE" A SF.'', of NWM'AEUj
I per day, room vacation of Swlswt, of SEVJ __ 4 7 ZO 210 Mr. Miry B. Thomas _______ al.aT
-- icsultant pasture is given proper pro- convention hold in Lakeland Friday three) _18. Visitors are asked to nlty to 6fioy an outing and SW! of 8'4 of loU 7 A 8 ____?___.T 7 20 40 L. M. Water _________________ JII.ao
tection. Wvtds spring and if left and Saturday of this week. Many varieties I and towels... here at Gainesville on the University Lot 11 Ex 2 a In SEcor A W4 of
up, I bring bed linen pillows I lot __ III A.
; A bathing resort bas 12 -- ----- -- ---- 7 7 20 A. HOI.n ._____________ 88.81
atone, will do much to choke out the and a good quality of grapes Accommodations may also be secured campus. popular S'.ofiotllEvl lot SO ft.E&Wb"

grasses and clover. If tho seed of'' were on exhibition. Everything pointsto In hotel, boarding, houses and private been selected for an afternoon picnic. I 210 ft. N A S In SW ent ______ T 7 20 40NW G. C. Bevill ________________ ".1'
I A ?NE" of SWH Ex 1 a In
this year's crop is allowed to matureit an increase in the acreage. The I residences at reasonable prices. Exhibits. ,! SB oor for school _______.______ II 7 SO 199VWt4 A. B. Shaw _________ 41.27
next and there shipment of grapes from Montverde of !WV.' ________""""" 8 7 20 40 A. A. Ha..,, ___________ 82.21
will Tha will be intosection.
spring up year program divided Arrangement have been made for ,- EHof lEI, .____________._ _____. 7 20 4fl John C. Con. ______________ 19.50
will not bli enough of the grasses in quite heavy and the season is in .. Tbe general program will demonstrations ot farm machinery, NI', of SWV, of SWU Ex E 3 a ._ It 7 20 17 n. M. 8",111 __________________ 11.81

left to warrant calling the field a pas full swing now.ColumbiaI conalat of lecture and addresses by farm lightIng Tot 12 of blk 1 In Ward City __.___ It 7 20 Ward ___.__________ los
farm spraying equipment, Lot 10-20.21 of blk 8 In Ward Cltr8 7 SO Maine. Seal Co. __..._________ '.80
'. ture. promlnsat speakers from even to and power.. pilots, and other con Lot, 1-2-8-4 of blk 16 In Ward
A day spent with a lean) and mowIng have marketed for the twelve o'clock each day. The nLcht venlences. Cltr _____________.______... s 1 20 H. P. Galney _._,____________ 19.645Br.
association pounds of live W no ft of fred blk 17 In Ward
.. machine right now is a day well poultry' program will be entirely en >rt&In- There will be available for consulta I Cltjr ..___n__?______.._____ S 7 20 A. E. RuuellMm. \ _________ '.It

:. spent, experienced farmers and experts poultry and 11 cases of eggs. moot-mualc, moving pictures and va-. tlon and Instruction tbe entire staff Ix.t City B-8.7-8. _of____blk______20____In_.__Ward_____ site Mllley Galney ______.__ n.45

; say. Okaloosa-The farmers of Laurel mIlS forms of auiuement. of the Agricultural Experiment Station Lot I of blk 21 In Ward City ___. C 7 20 S V. Andrewnn_____________ iLlS
of Agriculture the Agricultural All blk 21 Ex lot 7 In Ward Clt"._ 8 7 20 Bloxham W.rd -_____________ 1.07
I WAIt UN TK'hS: SLOW 1 N SLATE lUll sold their first car of sweet potatoes Division in the Instructional College Com at NE oor of J. A. Abbott I
of this year's crop this week, I Program. Extension Service and the renlilrnce. lot A run E IS ft S 2(0ft 1
j W 75 ftN21OfttobeIaSEI4 I
: Eradication May |{?iuire| Ten Veins, which netted the growers $2.50( a State Plant Board. nfSvL---------------------; 8 ., III G. H Bevill _______ 17.18 I
OUiciiils lIeelll'lI bushel. We double treated 21 hogs. Division' "A.Truck. Pecan and Those desiring! rooms and accommodations ______._-.__.___..!. B 7 20 40 John C. Con _______________ to.11t
Small !Fruit Speaker In this section should notify the College of 8'.. of SWV. of NW"'L" NWti of
'
I' SW', Ex S a .S of Ry ._____t.". 9 7 SO 56 Mr Ella Lewi ______________ 19.1111
.' tie fever tick for ten year under the Pasco -Paaco grapes have been will give Information on truck crop, Agriculture In advance or they can All NWt' of W..l.of.r'S 4t* a II 7 SO 5 A. B. Shaw ...._______.______ 2.31
Florida will not be free of the cat- very fine this year,. but are about fertilisation, crowing. and marketingproblems get tile Information from county and SFof. NE'i ? ExKy
.. I right of way .______._______ O 7 so 109 H P. ttalney ________ 18.0'
present program of eradication work three weeks Inte. With the help of the oto. Sweet potatoes, p. home demonstration agents who will\ NE' "' N"'o WIJ of NW\% -10 T *') 120sWt H. P. fialney -?._____.____ 30.48 i

which was adopted by the legislature Seaboard Agricultural Development cans, graphs blueberries. blackberries, be supplied with literature and programs ) ', of of NW'i SW'J- *---WH------of---W14---- -fIS i 20 JoNW' Hamp Fadicett ---------.__ 12.96E. 1 j

of 1923 in the passage of an act dividing Agent we are making! some shipments etc., will be ,rllicusaed. :E'"' .ofvSwti! E* S 2 a ..._....13 7 20 41SWli J. Brat Bit.. _______ 18.4

the state into zones and making on Icu and some without for experi- Dlvlalon' "B. Citrus and 8ub-trop- I NWH _____________._____14 T jo ItN9'1 H. F. Warren ____eoeoeo. 12.83
: Prominent Speakers. ofEI'\ .. .____ _. !
14 7 on 40NWt A. B. Shaw .___________ 10.411
provision for appoints or.t of the sanitary mental purposes. real Fruit. Sneakers versed In tha the of !SWV4 _________IIIIII_ Ills 7 20 40 H. P. Galney .____ 12.81 ,
citrus situation .will. discuss past pre. The following are among promInent 8WU4of SEH A 8EH of 8WVS f..;
live stock board to administer lead In thdlscuislons. II ___________...._____..
will 10
Okeechobee-Inoeulated Ut hogs sat and future of the citrus speakers who acrw IK 7 en 7) Hardy" Padgett ___________ 22.81
the alTairs incident to the systematic Industry, I NE'. Of SRI,, t Ices 8I/ a ______._18 7 J) 3J H. P. GalneyJofm _____________ U.21
Authorityfor against cholera this week. Also spent covering such phases as plant quarantines : ,. a In NW 'one of NWl; of NWl4OydaN&Sb,5y4R&W,15

tight against the parasites. some time with Dr. Shealy Investigating marketing fertilizers pests ani Mr. D. H. Otis Director Agricultural -I 01. 7513 C. Cone --_________ 1.80 J
this statement is found in the progress Associationof p: .. .r NEt, a E M a of Wt/ of

of work which I Is, now settIng specific cases of cattle diseases scIentific Investigations., ( Committee. American NE', -____________._____-__..!? i 'a? John C. Con ..______ 4..411
to determine the cause. A special program Is arranged for Danker. Madison. Wisconsin.Mr i w'.or. sw'4' of 74Wt'-------------I! 7 IS H L. Lewi _________ JII.alt
under way under the direction ot President and General F.', of SWt, of NW ____________17 7 in 10 H r. Pruning. _________ 22.88
avocado and other subtropical fruits. D. R. Coker. rot B ._-__,_--___-.____.-_____._li ", fill' NO C. N. Shaw ______________ 28.54
federal oflkials.
state and St. Johns-One of our dairymen is Section "C." Poultry. Considerable Manager. Pedigreed Seed Com 51.4 Of SEM A IIE':' of SWM ____22 7 29 120 John W. Lewi. __________ 17.113
In the meantime! the parasites are his barn with concrete South Carolina. w14 of SEl. of SE''I A SWH of :
I rebuilding Urn will be devoted to discussion of pan,. HartsvUla. I SF't: -- -._____________.__._ III) y, L. Prescott _____ 2262 i
f xicting an enormous toll from the floors. Another one of our dairymen I farm and commercial Hocks: with ratp&aala Mr. William U (Cook Landscape NW" of l1I:11 -__-___.______.___ 7 \\l 41) W. P. Byrd .-HIMn __________ 156$
cattle industry of the state, federal was assisted and advised regardingthe Specialist.! Ttojral Palm Nurseries F'! of NWV, Of SWU: ________24 10 20 Martha Catlln __ 18.8"
on breeds hatching feeding MH of SW 4 of NW ___._24 7 11 20 Matilda Gatlin .._______ 18.U
experts. declare. It was claimed only relocation of his dairy. Some very poultry sanitation and hygiene. A ., OlIO('(). Florida. 4)'i't; :-'t of NW ;? ------24 7 20 24 Henry Catlla ___________ '.11
recently in a statement from the. federal of dew melonswere rage. Su rtntendentCblldrflD'1 lees 1 a l In NE eor
honey ) Marcus
fine specimens special exhibit of poultry will be fr .._________ .__
that the for chinch ... ___28 7 if) 7EH Truman D. Dyal .._.-...____._ 25.74
agricultural department the farm of Horn Society, Jacksonville,
found growing on placed on the campus. I Of MEL of NE-i. A Nof
for an annual Point. NWH of NE'4 nf NEU I 11 2% Richard OrifTla. ______
ticks are responsible Mr. F. E. Smith at Moultrie "D. B.... Florida. I ".88
cotton The program !n of VFI TfE'4 :nl
of ,
WH of
> I 21 i* W. E. Ortffla .._0.._____ 6.18
loss of $5,000,000 in milk alone. Experiments : of will consist of discussions of aplarrmanagement lion. Nathan Mayo. Commissionerof I r4: of NEt! of NE'4- -----__-__--" I 11 20w1J J. B Roller ._.__________ 684
conducted\ by the dairy Hlllsborough\ -Spent a portion Agriculture. Tallahassee Florida. of NWV;. __ ____ 11 I ei anM J. B. Roaier' ___ 14.11
value of good ,
Queeal.&AeI of of Nr-lj SEVfif
division of the federal bureau\ of nni- the week in the office of the Supervis Dr J. N. Harper. Director. Soil Improvement NEVi NEH Fx 5 In S? A ._._
other subjects pertaining to the a eor .25 5 tl 45 S. D. Cordon __ .. j|.37Mr.
declared of Registration in Tampa makingup OeorgU. !I' of NE'I of NWHA I In SE!
: mal industry have shown, it h or Committee Atlanta a
of bee.11 exhibit of bee. will
oara .
I or of NWVI of NW'---------211 I ..
list of the farmers.Berry tl Ann W. Sapp 4.a.
that dairy cows when lightly a mailing! also be available.Seotton ( SWU of NlFVEx: 1 a for .hu..h.2S I tl 5\ Unknown _._,_., ,_. __ 19.gi)
for swt ? ?
18 6 are setting plants Assistant Director of NWVi ___ ___2S I Jn _
!: "
Infested with tick produce percent growers "F.- Llv &tock and Farm Dr. Tage U. nitnger. N --? branch A J. Cowart ..?. 22.M
All !
of
WW S
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less milk than when tick free anti the next crop. New growth Is showing. Crop The program will deal with Bureau of Research. Armour !lE..f rW'' ._._-_ ..__._____ T I ii W. B. McKlnney
citrus. Illinois! I "."1'or: _______II _______|, J2 tt.1t
that when heavily I infebted some 1 ro- up nicely on general farm cropa such aa cotton, and Company: Chicago SWU I It iJTA. J. Johnson ____ II."
Dr. Maurice 0. Hall. Senior Zoolo-- liP:" of SWV _________"I___ -28 I 11 40 -. D. Dial ___, ___.__ ,,.,,
a4 Flora home section is peanuts, pastures breeda of live stock NVof SW% Ex IS a olf W aide
A TONIC I Putnam- gUt United State Department of Agriculture -i bein* 8 shoe 44 linka wide at 8
busy shipping snap beans at a good dalrylnc. farm management etc. A a end A 9 chn wide at N end. al...

r Oro",.'. Tasteless chill Tonic mtarcoEnergy ,' priceF. O. B. All produce is sold t Opportunity .will. b* urea: to Inspect Washington D. O. WV 5XM N of branch E! *

: and Vitality br Purifying and through the growers association. | farm lighting and power plants and to Mr H. G. Bat.. Livestock Develop All 1 tH Sx*a. In f NWVI eor A -W"i"SWU it 49 O. W. Dyal' ________ ?.,4

Enriching the Wood. When you f*..i Its see the experimental pastures anti moot Agent, Southern Railway System S of river -----------U ii 40 T. B. Randley __,____ IUST.
1 Atlanta Georgia. All NH of 8EVI\ A N% of SWV4 8
strcngtheninil. invigorating effect aM how MOTOEBS gYaaae* at the Experiment Station.' Boardof of river ____._._________'l__ *tt fl 40 B.
State Uandl.y
U brings color: to the cheek and how Watch for symptom of worms) In your Tha dairy herd of the University ha. lit,. Laura Jean Reed. 5w14 of VWU _________ .........,"tl I tl 40 8. J. R.otrlott.o _____ a.12.11"
, I These are the great Health, Jacksonville. Florida. 100"1'4 of NWU ____ 7 __ 14 I II 40 w. B.
children. pannUM been brad op to Its present stage dor- MeXinasy ____ a.
will then ____ ._
it Improves the appetite. you If bare UoCollara and Miss mica spila of NR4 ____ U S 11 40 w. C. Cimimia ___
deetroyers of child life. you Ing the past fifteen years and those Mr*. J W. NO:'. of as-----------------.S It Its
40
SeIre
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appreciate its true tonic valuo. reason to think your child baa worms, act ImUreeted can see Just how practical beth Skinner Saraeiviile Florida NE'-t e6 gEt-----____________*4 6 40 '1'. I. Moor Lumber." _Co. 11.1'1..1.

Groves Tasteless chill Tonic is simplyIron quickly.! Give the little coo a dose or former President Florida Federation elWoman NW'4 : 1IW'4 ---18 : ii 4. .... I. J. Orsee 1....,
Ia a matter of this kind. At the Station I'lW14' 1ntr'\i .: ___ := .
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1
Wbite'.Cream Vermifuge. Worms L W. 0..... _ _
and Quinine suspended in tyrup. So twc of where this tune-tried and are some of the beet breeds of '* aba.A. .... ef Kfjv; of !iwi, ______:;_ 1 {1" Oonwty M."....... __ 11.54 1....
pleasant even children like It. The bkadneeds cannot exist A. MuftPItml.t :: IIF.Ii: .f NElt "'fS ___ I I n 10 .10,1i McBdi __ .
ucceeJulremedy U used. It dnreei out beef and dairy cattle sad bogs that t'4 of SWt4 SE a es 53

QUININE to Purify it and IRON to the worms and reetoree the roey him of ell!! be aecured. On Thursday after- PresidestW1LMOM El4 _--__--__--- 1 11.. Mm. 1If..eie L. E4w-arda SLid
It. Dwtroy Malarial germ* am NXTWELL SW'4 of lW" _______" I q It.. CIa _
Enrich Price SSo. Sold by Keitoy _
cheeks. will be sale ofoatdo. 18.95
health to baby Boon taora an auction 8'" of 8WU et S4!: ____ S I It 10 Bim _
_
Strengthening InvlgtoEffect. Kelloq
Grip germs by its All Dna S&oI'M nog* and ponltrr under Ue Dei8A 8WU of 8EU: of NWS4 a 8W" ..eew3 1631
2W1g 6Oc NW'4 A NU .f Swft A 814: ef
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JULY 2:>. 1921 BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PARK 3BYHN



Derfptlon 1.:18 Tax.. T....
.e. T. R. A. Owner :
: D.aedDtlen. .... T. R A. Owner !a _Coq I Dnrrlptlnn llee. T. R. A. Owner b 1'MaLuta

B'4 Ol SWV _
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---? ? AD A R. AI v.... '8,88NE. 01 lilt 17 in W""dl..n ____. 8 H. R. __ 1.11-7 or blk 8 In 1.lnoon
W 01 8Wl. 01 SE --- ____ 11 Ii ----------- IFu I .81 5 of Po".ntar _- ___ __ '.18 City ID
., 01 NEJ4 --.--.__-_-_-.-._.18 d 11 20 M' Cf0"by -" ---- .---- 11,70AEt4 Lot. 250../12 In Wood I..... ___.A1 1 III 40 W..I. SI.lUn. ____u_._ U.tg 81... ot 1111:1.: W of ----$2 I U [d. .1. 10ba.on ________________ 11.18
01 .. -----------------.U 9 11 /0 I\{"., Mani., E. Edwards; ----- 12.96W'4 Lot : In Woodl.W1\ ---_______---83 6 III 10 !II.... Laura A. Rlu.ll __._______ 8.08 11.c> '.7f of bib oJ I Llneon City In
40 N. C. Matt .. llUO I let 4 in Woodl..n __ _______ JO H. R. ___ 'I 814 :, ____ t .
01 NW\\ 01 NE\\ I .. NEy\ 01 ------ ------- --- ? 82 II U Porun.nt.r -___ 8.70' SEt4 Ny -----/8 t Berry OatMO ___..__.___ U4
: ____ 14 4 l.ot.ois 'In Woodlawn I II 89 N..I. Smltll ---------___ 12.00 I Lot 1 01 hlk 8 In Lln..n. City In
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NEW o! NVj -------_--_--_-__--_-____:P2 a QIl 80 III'R III. Cr-.b, -------------- J9.50 E'y NEV A EL4 of 4-ni; ;; i412 SI\l 01 111'1,. W of ItJr -_________ U Ed. J. Johnson ________.___ J.45
W 4. 01 NE1i ---------________?_88 6 11 40 Mnn. An Alv.- ---- JUSSE. I a NI9 01 N 5I'4 01 tlE4 oil NE\4\ 01 I I Lot I In blk 0 In Llneon City Slil
.. 01 N }'4 --------------U a 2l AO DO. E. S. John.ne.___ 25.95 NWI, .I BELL ---U 8 t2 180 F.' 1. C.W1I ___________ 89.81 84' $5t w of Ry --- I 12 Simon Rank.n.a ._______. 1.14
W'IV 01 8E'4' ,. W'4' ot NE'4 oOn.Eain / 40 c. A. Cresby -----_______? J3.1a sty 01 SWy4 ot SWI4 --__________ 9 II 10 K.th.n Farrar ------ 1\.11\ of NWI4 of N'V14 i.--bC-.1;; ;;
___ Lola 18-21 131.2 a I'cotevlll. ..m.brAolnll' line 811 ft W .I R" A run at ISt
NW' eor of 8t4----of lot 1 .1411 A :l 90 R R: A J. L t1 nl.r hilI ___u_ $281Au I 1'11 01 NEY A NE'4 .f. I d.-..... W 850 It th"ne. W II d..

01 awl A SW'4' 01 8E' .P9 a 1l I ))01' D. Card' -.- 1.00 NWV4 an 15 Tp 6 1IR 12 F 14 J. J. Strone _?_?____ "..01I ",...,. N 10 W IIn. 01 sea 3I th n..
w. D. W..n 5UJBlk Lot 11 71ft P....
w',4 01 NW'4 :::.Ba 150 C' ------- -- a NtoNWwrofSWV.ofNW3Q
------ 9 11 NE..mbraciaq ,
D. W..n __ 14.18 NL4 01 A th.meu 5: b ___ .. .__ __
10 III
) .7 In E .nd 01 S.m""on City ------- ---- I NE'i i 88 6 II Unknown ., ,,_ 18.41I
'$ ft wide 4 T 11 rue 18 r 29 F. ____u__________ 8 Peter Tied"11 I. __________ .02 SI1 of S5t1 ------ I U 10 81t11C1n JI"nk.n- .u.
,1B; .lL'F :: lot 8 of 'bir--!-0---la- Mt.. Jowphlna n.1I ______ 8.15 'Let U Prrtavilla .....b.. ln" Nt4 ofI. I Na.rrAE.4lf. :::t Y..lOEjl r4. ehul 8ch; n m88 --_ T.41

Sampson City 4 T .1 r NEl. 9ARN V.NW Ien. lIS s i I : ------63653 JO a. O. G.."" ____.___
Sub Dlv ABof -lot--a--of---bik----13----l4; W. E. Jonas ___________._____ 1.12 Tp 5 E .00_____________.________ If LIIIr: TI.d..l. _____ ..49 Lola 1..8401 hlk 8 J. M. 10hn. It.n

8amp.on' Clty __ 1 T 11 ; NEt4 of SEI4 _n_______________- I 21.0 1'':. A. Edwards ________ 1111NWI I ""bdl.I.I"n..I NEI.o .I NN'188: a 12 1 Unknown __________.___
L otlofblkllAlotlolblkl2b- "----- S. J. P..eot ___________ 1.85 + : 01 NE'l 01 SW'4 -----2 8 Ii 10 Nor. R. F. W..If. ______ 5.94NWt4 NW4\ .I NE'p Es JO A In 8Wcor94 8 II 80 O. C. Cub _______ ___ ____ U.1t
lot 1 01 blk IS sit In Sampson 01 SW'4 _____00___.._ 8 6 II 40 Mro. M. a:. Ed....... .?___.__ 14.1" ,. of NWI4 .t Bb4 -.-______,19 II 10 11I..1. R -Johnson-- -_-_____-_-___._ U.Y8 8.711
,4 SEL 01 NW'.. A WL 01 SW'4' 01 I Il'I\\ ', of. I\4! ) Ex, 5 a In SS coy __84 / aa IS K. Ih Grlftle __________________
; -mv---:: ; n t'akaown ._._____ Ut N94 .__ 80 A. J Bryan _..____._ 11.0t ,. ct AEt4. II.Ds
I :::::::::::::=: -------- t 12 ----------------------$1 8 12 /0 Tam Vllvl. __u___________ 19.96
40
RE44of NW'4' A NEI4 of BW'4' ; 9.Z 11 IYnkno..n --------.--__ n.n IW' 01 NEV4 A E'4 or NWVA I a In 9$ Inr .I NWtof 81V.3$ 6 U 10 R Ih I.- ___________________ 8'10 I
NE01 NEI.lean 3 In SW eor :10 7 11 ::0 Mi.h Sproul. ---.--.-._ 24.18S ..... 01 !SW14 A W4 01 SE4 .8 8 II 820 Fh 1':. 'onova _________111.41 '''SP.lt .I NFVT --------_________-.fie a II 40 hl 'AI. Colm.n __________'.___ 18.98l :
01 SIi4: 01 NW'4' A NEy4 .I. J. O. Wn -----___._____ U.31 N1r 01 l'IWI' .{- 8 8 11.0 J. Jkotr.nat.l" Co. _____ .__ 1S.4.NW'4 o N y --------- --80 d u IJ Mlnnb U.I... ____
4'o/ 01 NWof NEu a NEIo! 1 NW AEW .. 814 of 8wii.: of -------- JUINII

NWw. ---o 10 J. N. Tho m.. ----------- 1...... NE' .f 4t'------------- 8 s II 2U l F.. F. ('ono.. _._____ 7.1\: 1 :' -______________________AI 1 12 Oil J. T. )richly _________________
lE 4 Rl4 01 SWI4 01 7 2J SItL 01 __ ________ 11 6 U 2. n. L. G..n ________?_..__ "..4:1S : NRt4 01 fiE'4 ------_____??___--Ali a la 40 O. C. '1'1111. ____,________ _.. 11.82
; NE44.12 80 H A I'.eon 13 IS I4 of NE4 __________________ 40 Kayo A Mille ____..___.__ 1.... 01 ___ ? 111.85
: NFU' ____ _______16 1 11 40 'Annl'; ----- ofto / II RF.'y 8W'4 ------ ___ ___._AA 6 II 10 Ella Moo. ___________.__. 13 95
NE'sl' off NW v4 of--:' __ .18 T 11 HID'B. Cook --.---- 18.76_ EEfl rJW: nt NW wt 18b:1. ot 5514) --------___._______ .b0 6 12 40 A. J. Mlll.r _________?_
10 .AtklOSOn.NWY4 .. __ 40 Pd.rko" GU..th ___.. 12.01
A Nt4 01 NW 01 -------- .11 __.__. ___IO>> A 12 t8.l1W.Jo 8I' .I NEB a Eli: ot NII4: 01
17 1 11
SE'4< 01 SW'4 A SW'4. 01 95419Wy4Ex 180 E. n. .10"" ----------..-- 18.50s..t E14 of NE14 A 544 of NWy4 I NW\4\ -_ _____________- _-_A8 6 1m 100 tnkno..n ____.
NE'-----------__-_--_------It 8 II RO Vnkn0wn ___________ 11.10 NW\4 .I NW1 _______._ ----.A$ 4 U 40 .1 A. Coleman 81.08
a r"JI\t'r: ear wii.--------------g T n 79 E. J. Murrhn _______m___ 11.42 F of NEL 6 29 20 ,1, 'i EllromaoII 7.4$ I W.... 01 8W14 -------------n------I? : 7 va 80 Pd.... MI"nle Naum.n---.____ 11.811 I

NI1!: A NF!4,!01 B 11 kN1.t-o; 7 10 W. O. Se.1e -----1'-___ 1.12 0W14 of S6 i"o! _---_-__:::::::::: 6 18 10 R. ;. RtrIekland ::==== IlNWI4 : IIF01 8W -- __________________ 1 1 4 10 I Unknown _,_-..__ Q51 p 4

SE'.4 1 R a In NE sor 01 SW'4 ofSEV4 01 NEV1. oSW'4 ____,14 8 n 10 C. T. 811oot 8.94Wl4 SK:". .I NW' uoo___________ I 7 III 40 Mr.. M. O. Rleh.ed jut: -- 19.95 12'01 9
BE'4' 01 SE'4' Ex 2 In SW 01 EI, of 8E'4 of. NWI4 ___.101 6 II 10 J. Hom.r Llvln.aton.8.94 NIC\4'\ cl NE'4 Eu 10 a In 8E .0. __ II 7 II 80 W. W. Coleman __________::::- 9.R1 4Nt4
Corn .t Nfl ear 01 BII4!: .I !lW'4 01 !: 01 __ __ ._ III
S1\4 BW'4 I 1 99 M. W. OrlIIe ___________ ::
E'o.o --------------,10 T Cl nlq Fcea. ____ ._____111 ftT Arun. W MO n S 880 n ftISft 85 ot S5t. 1.71
;w'rN; .. .20 T n 9280 Ft9 A'6 01 AWl of !: -__ a T 1/ 10 21. T. Morv.n __________;;_
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F..I. MIrrhM _. __ 18.7S t 1 b..w
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------.20 7 21 20H. + or 10 Unknown _.__________ ___. _____ 1t.0
E'of'i S. W.IIm -----_ 13.711fiE' 4 W'4 or Nl4!: _________J8 II 11.tSL4 I a In NW our 01 N5of!: NW'4' __ 4 1 aa 1 Rlm"n II.n..on
All SEU' 01 BE'4 _----- T 11 20 R. S. Sumner 1016 I of NEI4 01 NR __________11 I U 20 r..I.. Kahr ___________ 11.40 __- _____.___._. ...0IIW'4 ,\
of ------------ at NW" ______________ 4 T 540 1, 8. P..v.tt ___
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AW4 21 AO R. R. Jonas ... 18.18W NL4 of 8E'4 .I NF1 _________ 8 II 20 Unknown 11"
------- un ---- ----- WL4 .I NW4 .I S'4 7 22 10 Unknown _
W"01 01 NEt7 t :::= --21 T 11 g r Rerneld. Sty 01 SEL'. 01 NE'., __ _______-.14 8 1:1: 20 Julia (7mdwln., ___________ Corn .t NWe"r of IIW01. 01 NIC'4 A _______.___.____ 7:4S:
01 NW'4 01 See ---,26 T 21 : B. Rail: _L_=:===== HI N14 01 AE' A !lJI.4: 01 REM __..t8 I 1:1: 120 C. L. Vnd.rhlll ______._?-__ 11'1 run F. 789 It M 160 it W. 150 It
Loa 1.2.8-4 or Irael _______.28 T 11
___ U8 .1... Reynolds 3".45 N 4of SWV4EI afaNE ear N lan It to boo _______ __ _____ I 1 U It Amy: Le. _______ _
AW e---6' __ _____ 21 7 2l 14q JM Reynold. 18.10 for church ____18 0 II 89 DeSu. A WIIII.me _____._ Reg 210 n E 01 NW for .I h NWI.1 .I _..____ ..14
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Si ------- --- IIW e..r 01 I'it!: 01 IIW\4 ot

slI4:' %____AWy_________01____Eli_____ot_28 7 11 10 bit Fr, J lot 110 tt N A. 8 b.7 aaaEln! __ __ __ I 1 U 1 C..,,.I. Johnson __ _
100 11I01. WIIII--- ----.-.-.--- .U..O.NE'4 115 ft E A W In Bm err _11 II 1 O.Ily EIlerson ________ S.U 8t1. oi Nt, 01 NE's. A 844 ofNF44 184 I
01 NE'4 Et JO a in NW ear NFLI 01 BE'4 01 : ___ 10 R. C. Sh "" .n _.____ ___ JO.13
SJI.4 d _
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A 100 It N ride 01 BE'4 01NE'4 ynoldo _____ j
on SEt4: 01 8E', ot SE\o ___------___11 II 10>> III... O. M. B. lllm.n J.B. E01. NW\.i\ 8 7 II 40 J. T. Rrav.e 4138
A --------- li41
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c..r' Ast 18.11Froe -------
Ry I9 T IJ n. 514 ot 95'4 .f SW'4 ___.__00_.____ 7 /, II 10 Lilly Wood. ;_._________ 804
------------------------- 35 W. J. Jonas _______._____ 18.01 NWtI .I blk 8 II .I R E t
N46sofSEV4ofNEI4EN100ft ;; 1 A A! '4 01 WI4 __ _______________10 .2 40 A. I. Orltft. _____.____-.r.___ 12.Us
18ab.watapost '
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y".1 N'ELn WN cop' _---ii'-n--29 1 n 11 W. J. Done _____________ 19.71AU enr of 6E14! of :..:hil. : rumS AWV NW4 of NFIb__ __AWVn_-_ !_ SR'n/.. -.T 12 AO 1'nkno..n "l
7 ---- -- -- ____ 18111
a R. 8. Surroner ______.__.___ 7.12 10 eh... Wto Ry Non R" 10 1'1 -
'" ol'NE'4 VI otORy"E; -- AWtI .I NW I._._ _____ _. __11 7 13 10 M... I1..th. C. Grlffa ___ 1919
line .I saId. SE4 'h no.. E In ben N544 .I SW _________ __ ____ 40 M. W. OM
5 '01.C.. A. Crows A I a sold AI.n ? ,11 7 I' Orl" ________?_____-12.96
L. W. WII.on AI. sold E. T. '. 5_a _ELI___of_ _W"01_____ __NE'4____018E' 12 II Sam KIne _._.__?..__._ 11.78 NF.'., .I NE _________0- __._-1 18 7 II .4 r.1. AIdnOan _____ JO.44
Stewart I e In NE eor to .1. R. Com At NW eor n of lanowned- -- b" AU _____.________ ____ _U.1 II 11.... -.---.,--_______--160.84

s/.rl -- -- ---IO T1 11 R. W. SumneY ___.____.___ 14.05 Elmira Klnll oa E .Ids .I Ry 110 Io:' .', NE'1 A' NW'1 01 NFt';, A135u .
of N'W4r;r- n NF!:tor 'run Il .t right anglr to RY to E : 1 01 NW'4 6 W(4( "I 5W4y A
for church --20 m 1 4 ----- .. __ _..id 1 !20o r..t Bra .----- _.___.146.00
----- ----- --- b9 N. n. Jones ___________ __. 17.43 line .I ore 21 thenee Non .A'd' .... N : ------
NE'1 of SW'/4 Ex; 1 a-lii-b' cur toBW line to epnt..r St In T.mpin pub.dlotclon 1tf"r}" A SW14 of NIV4 A
.W t4. _.-Is 1 n 110 M. E. D. Do.-___ ______._ 8U3
89 P. C. Jonas .______ JU8 thane W .n lit to fly -
41.7 ; n \
/ f !!Et4lii.ii.n rji,,+ NW\4 01 NF.14 A. NE'4 01 241414lA' 1 12
80.1.. .. 17.12 8
A SWIt Remolds ---? ----- thrnro .Ionll R" tnbrt In F'4of I'I'' III : ___ __ _._ U' F. D. T1r.a __
Lot 3 la of NEV4 ; E y NEI4 .1A 1 __ _______.____ 11.11
hemblk : T U J. H. Surnncy T.1W : Iorforo; ;:: :..:,:- d or nS.Io f"_uhav _2149 I 22 U Lena G"n ____._ lUll Itv .I N5'1 U 10 MIn E. It. 1i.. ____ __ _._ 11.12
Nirh: f"N %; I..;"19 .--o 'w ..IdsM ----- soy ofNE'4 01 SWVi 01 9W 1d _. ( II 5 Illoobo': Clark ---.-- 10.93 S't of. AEI' __ .. --_______10 7 U Id W. O. S..I. -______;..-?-_._ 11.1IJ

of'NI.I. brunch: 1 U U Ch.I.r: Four __-__?_ 8.11 Nor SW4 of SW'4 E* A of 1.J Wtl of :'WA"F"'R
E% :1I4 of S\Vi\"ix-iSO\ : IV ;\S a \4 a tI / .1 4 M".. A Ell Graham -______ "..18lk ofSWl1, a .
--
o to church -----------------P'1 7 U 158 W. 1. Jon.. ____________ 5400NW4 W a of 5'4 SEv SW--of a In I'IF.' car a NJ'4 01 SW'4 01
NEtEx: e In 5444 cor ,3 7 !! n Ja Reynolds 18.78 _ tI 22 1 .Iyln Byrd _____..______._ .n IIW" ______ u ___ ___.III 1 12 801 11..I.n.. John ._ ___ _--1488
NE'4 :1 NE N dr River -_- _. : i 7 81 20.1. G. Waver ------------------------------ 7.11 SW! '' of-NEV 01 SWV"-/8 / 12 10 J..hn Williams (eol) ____ 14.41 All NF4'4 01 IIWI.4 N of. Ry _._ II 1 22 Ili J. Hemp Jon.. -__..;,__,__ 10.48

1'1'1 01 NE'4' 1 SW'4 ot NE' N .1 NW'y 01 !SE'1' .I RF'p __ ___ ___U / Ii 10 J... Aorn.by _____.____._____ 7.4:1: NF'4 .I E'i 01 E'4 Eq J a In SW
River -___-- '__ .___... 1 11 91 E. 1. no"lIne __._______ ".08 N 't NW'of Cur A E 8 s 01 NW\4 01 1I1C'4 ofAKII
tote 12 n. fr.01 a Wt 5 or of 4SW 4 of NEVI SEV4.-A.8W5W14 21 8 !ZN'4 20 J. S. F.lllott 11.18 -- -.-wIO T 12 12.1. II. r r.volt -.v.--,..----- 17.71Mn
fred NE'4 01 NEitll. a SEI4 01NW4 01 RWV4 of NF.4 ____ _____22 6 21 20 Pul.1 LoU..n U. G.m at fllII0' iH: o"A non
\ lees 5 e W .01' ____85 T 11 180 .1.. Reynolda" .___________.___ 54.a9 In SW coo .I AE'4 01 NW'4 .. 7 l1nkno..n __?__.__.?__ JO.08 ft N 898 II It to a lit "I hop
NW'io of NW'4 844 01 NW4 .. IW'4 01 NWV4 01 SW'4 Ev N 5 a .28 6 aa 15 C. T. 811e0x __________?_-_.. 10.n thenee N IU.S It F. 105 It A 1M ftK

N',. 01 SW'4 __________________.a8 1 11 200 JM R.rnoldo: __.____________. 81.42 Nln. a In a triangle brlnr all at 8U rt R 111.1 It W 410 It to
NE4 ________--_________.____ 4 22 IRO W. P. Clyde ________________ 4..8 AI0181'4 01 SW'' N 01 road n 4 13 0 J..1. Sileo,. ______.___. 11." 1'1 W Awln.A.I -
All -----------------------------2'') 4 23 .40 R. L. Black A Co ______ 11' 81 I NRVof: or NWt4 ____oeMeMU / 22 JO W. C. Wad ___________ 5.0 I 1 Lot 9 .In )l.tnn'.hl, ; ; t-; Ilamptnn: ; -I: : ; :: I''nl.i'; IteIl.ny : ::=::::::=:: Igt '

All _________________________n21 4 n 6n.' R. L. Black A Co. ________11.81 NE'v .I NEt44 ___________________26 12 o R. f). Strloklaad. ____________ 11.11NE'4 I..t 3 In ".......n'. .01.1 In H.m"ton" _19 7 U 11..1.. D.Ilamy ?_____.__u_ '.11
All _________________________n:13: 610 R. L. Black .. Co ._ ___118.81 .I $E"_ ____________________28 8 22 /0 1.. M. 1..n.l.y __. 11.41 Loa J-I-8-4-5.8 .I blk III In llamp-
All Ex SEI4 01 SEV _____________23 4 22 600 R. L. Black A. Co. _____._= --168 StAll REV 26 t. H.rrl. 14.11NW54 to" ________ ____ .__________ ., U Jnhn MIIIaJ. ____.___n______ 114a .
______un_________________.. 4 12 840 R. L. Black 6 Co ____ -118.81 ;, SE't4 :::: ::::::::::::--4-- : == :g 't G.t9ur ==:::=:=== .31.40Wn I I 'Loa 14-15 of bile 1In lI.mt.ton .19 T 12 W. O. s..,. _______u________ 11.71 I
NEI4 01 NE'4 1 W4! 01 NE'A AN1 of SW'4-A 9v4 ofNWa4 l.cil. .D of 11 A lot
01 NW'4 __________________Z6 4 II tOt R. L. Black A ('.0. ___________ 6052 r 1.vv.r abn earn 110 yd.N ..ltt of bik. IlIbI In llampton .19 1 12 A. A. Mel'lnn.ld __u___-_____ 10." ;
640 R. Black Co. of ear of S'4 of NW'4 .I 6W4 ___20 7 aa 10 A. M. WIIII"m. __.________,__ 11.11
All E x- F.ini iv.--:::::::::::::; : :22: 400 R t Black : Co. ::::::::::::mlN :: A run ; 117 ydi N "tlo"W 1V N'1 of liE' F.. 2 s In NWeor 110 7 U 78 W. 8. Blak.r ----.--_.____-_ 11.U

N'4 A W14 1 0EV of 147 'IdA S 11Ip to bug 81.8 .14 8 n 19 Thoo Tfoon ____-.____ tl.0 '' a '' of SW'4 In. 1 h
A .z'of 5::. A NE14 ofSE4 NE'4 .I NJlI': ________________ ___27 5 12 /0 J.. Rorn..br: __._____oo 58.alI .SI In AE' :or"of acme ._IO 7 II IS IInkno..n _______._____ 1.41
______________________.28 1 12 8RO R. L. Bleak A Co. ____._.188.10 Then a of 5W14 of RFL4 Last 8 01 .ub-oIlv 01 8W14 at SW'4 _20 1 U 4 A. 1I..on --____._________ 8.111
NE'4 Unknown ----..11.10 I bdn"I n.N: ;: SbySaFAWt1: 5 12 8 J. A. J.m"'on" _.__.____ ...UI All ___________________._____.14 1 aa w 0 foul: Bmr --------____169.52
SE1, :s s't :::::::::::::::::::: = : n :g B. Wllker.om. : --17.81 Four A. 4. a In !SF! : .op 01 NE'4 of All - ------- .- .- ____________,11 T .t $1'1 1'.ul Bm .._..___._________.109.19

All t -- --- -------li2' 4 12 610 R. L. Black A Co. ___118.11 I AIft1 ).lnll 8 a N A II by 1'4 a All E. WI..., .I SW'4 ______oo__ ..911 1 22 ORO 1.1 H.... ---------_.-___ $ ...
E'4 { v.ft; RE l 44; a -__________________-____ 12 5 Tlleo Tloon _____._._____ '.14 W" .t IIW ____ ___0018' II HII n.kl.n 4sndCry ._____.____ 14 14NW'i
W.4 01 NE\\ E 01 Riv.r ______80 4 2I.0t) R. 1.. Black, A Co ____.______ 48.21NE'4 CornAtOO It W 1'1 NE ear 01 Wtof nNE I 4 .. N' ot NW-- ___28 72 U\I\ POlliO.... -_____..- _._..___ "..01t
____________________0081 4 23 180" R. L. BIIIoIk! A. CM------------- 88.41 NW'/4 ot REV .f NE' A. runt a W of e '4 of S of
N' A NE V. .t SEV4 ------------ 12 880 R. L. Black .. Co _____?____114.21 2/8 W 100 246 h E 100 IutntyNF: r"a for rh4roh .11 1 12 8 1.tI"l. HI.k.o" _.__________. US
EI.io .I NE'4 ABW 01 NE'4 a t ::" _--_ ___ 28 5 II Richard Ro'I"oh' __ .... N't.I of NEV "W'/S of NEt{
SE'. 01 NW'4' a W 01 NW4l aS'4 Com 2nD It W 01 1'11' enl' oW',4 ofNWI4 F! '4. 611 1 21 140 1'.1. l Draa .__._____.-. ..71,61
__________________________84 4 23 IRO R. L. Black a. Co. _______.___J08.R2 of AF.' of NE',' a nun 8 4no AW'4 ..tANW \.4op Nw1427'
NE'4 01 NW4 ___________________64 12 40 F.. L. Grf"le __________.__.___ 1120N'4) 218 ft W 109 } N 246 f1. 5 1.t Wnr l 1'1 01 Ry iT. ___211 1 12 1T J. 8. M..... _.__?__._.______ 11.41
a SW'4 a E'4 ot BE'4 ____85 4 12 IRO R. Ih Block A Co. __._105.02 __ __ _--109 -- 8 II C.nva To... ...........__ 1.5126 5W'i" of'E'l' A N744 01 NWI4 ofAFI4 .
Ntof NWV 21NE'4 I Lot 1 .I blk I In .rt.ln.1. town ofStark. .: .4A 7 22 10 W. O. 8".1. _..__..__________. 17.42
of SW'4 ::::::::::::::::::::8: : 21 : :: t: Black : Co.: =:::== 1420Lnt. 8WV. _-__. 5 II M. M. Morv.n _____.________ 8.U 6514 S of Rr 16 a

t7-IA In WooU."n ____._____10 5 12 20 Wm. Ferns ______.__.__.__ 7.a3 Lo 8 :, Ib1kNr1n original town-'r28 All 24'4 :'tl w'y of 85'4: of6Wt4
E' 01 BWLI .I NE'1 a W'fI .r Wlfl Rtnk. In NE', .I 11.4 _____.2S 8 II Pd... Ell/In. Morgan ____.._n___ 14,71 '" __ .0010 7 II 115 J. M. 11I40..11 __________..__. 1106
of SW'/a 01 NE"% & SEV, 01 NW'4 I Lot 2 01 blk 1 ''n o.ln..1' town 01IItAl'k. "W'"", .I AWL1 n. ? -___4D 7 II 10. Y. J. I'..... -_,________?.-... 18.78
A w'" 01 SW'4 .I BE'4' ______12 5 12 PO r" M. Langter ____________.___ 83.nt In NR'4 .I SW'l ________28 8 II J. F. CanOre ________________ 88.11 8W'J, 01 NE A 15 a on W .1.1. ofRFII .
5'.', 01 IIW'1 01 NW44 __________12 5 12 20 TH. 8. Footer ____oo___.______ 183 S 106 of 80 a..xt.nd.d' on 4 of NNV 5 a N of
Lot" t4 ''n Woodl.wn ____________.11 5 U In Alt..d Atarllna __._______.__ 5.89 En.ay': Map lkln orlglnnl; town of r NW sor f Ir.\ of N EV46541EV4 "ll:

Lot Iq In Woodl.wn _______._____13 II 22 In A. M. Churdrlll _______.__.___ 811IJNH AI..rk. In NE'4 01 AW' __ 28 6 12 .. Ma. m. B. B.nn.tt Fit .__:,__ BR.OII NF .nr of W'1 nl ___ 211 T n toiI.. M. Row. Fit _____._.___. 2181
;, n f NWI, .r SEt4 _________14 II 22 20 Pnwero a B.nn.U __________ 7.82 Blk 81 .. nt.nI..1 on. En....'. Mon t v NW.I' NE'': .t _ 20 T n.O Unknown -. '._______.n-__ J.I,1'
Lot 14 In Woodl.wn ________H I 23 10 Dr Edwin !!. Foster ______________ 811IJ In orh.ln..1 town 01 Siaph In NEI4 Corn .t apt on 1'1 .101. of O. 5. A PNr
Loa 15.14.82 In Wmvllawn ______ts 5 23 50 D. L. Rigby ______._______ 19.77 of AW'h 28 8 21 A. D. Alld..._ .______?_- 18,01. I.ht 01 way 100 rt I" 01 sevl
L"'A 5-54.57.5R or SWV4! 01 SW'1Ex I Lola 8a 8 o------------ .d.dl.'ontlon line A run R 408 It N 582 ft W dllra 1
bar10 It F. .I NW coo .a run to At.k. In SE'4 01IIW'i / (t 5.:' lit of bog In NI(,

E 440 tl S 712.8 It W 440 ft N __ ________ ._ __ ._ _-28 8 12 A. W. A.ttlol'OlO" ____._._______ 15..0 nl ItW'4 01 r1.W V .. ___-tit 7 12 I I. M. M..II ---.._-._.___ ID'
9.8 It 1 to bem 129-5 a ____.___uU 5 12 n tlnk"ow" -..__ 12.U 1.ut II 01 blk 8 In Uv'nor.l"n' Trashy n., .t a pt 8111 It Ifj" 1 8U ft.B 0'
Lat 80 'n' Wmdlnwn ___ ._________14 II 22 10 M.bool (. Sherman ___________ 8.11" I 1 r,,'. addition. to SIArk. InWI4I NW cor of NF.'I 01 NFl4 A non
Lot 14 In W""dl..n __________14 II 23 28 A. B. Lawrence ______________ 7,83 .I of N1':, __ __ ___ __ .28 8 22 Hotlll'J' O. M41f01I _____________ 1.01 W 126 N 235 It M 105 n 5
Lot 59 In Woodl..n ______________14 5 12 10 Flo..n. a. Hayes _______.___ 8.697.na Lot 5 "f. bib II In .Iv'n""ton' Th IIA M1 ft t11.,. 60 1 II Ma. M.d.. B 1111I1.. OD"r. ___. 11.81
M-59 In WomU..n __ ____18 5 12 20 C..1. Eaton __________________ n.51 I a t- addition Starke I In W14 Com 247', ydo F .I NW .0. of.
514 "r lot 19 a All lot SO a WI,(, ot of NF'; ..118 8 II O. L. Und"rhl1l _____________ 11.51 NF41 .I A run PJ S.I.. .
lot 11 ia Wmdlawn ____________13 8 12 10 Unknown \ __ __ __ ___ 1261 Lola 1.2 01 hlk 16 In t.lvlnptnn" Tru 1711 yes. NE'l I yes. N 82.1'yd. le I
Loa 8.11 In Woodlnwn __________18 II 12 20T.. F. OA.kl"*. -_--__--___--____ 966Leh. bv" In law 80 "I 'MW Miry J. RaddlJth .._
17.86.41.41 In WoodlAwn ____18 5 23 4A J. I. GMkma, ___________._.__ 18.25 I WI. ofoNE41dl---------------_IS 6 21 UII1I" O. Mewl! _____.._-----82,00 F4: nl Et6 nl NJJ'4 01 1'014' 1.u J 11ftI --- ._.tlJb
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WI. nr NW' n/ NW' 01 NEil" Lola 8.1 01 hilt 18 In Llvln..ton T.u. Lut. 18.11.18.10 of AIM ". Herop t

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; a \ ; ( NF't of SW4..t1'5 12. 70 D. 8. Browning _________--56,03, '. .ubd'vl.lon' 01 NRtt: ; 01 NP.lI ,21 8 tJ JtoH COx ____.. 7.18 Lna 2.2.5.11.8.7:\ .I bit 13 In

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4 ii 01 9W'4 of NE 01 NW'LI _13 5 12 4 I. n. Low.rr ________..____ 1.80 ILot.I A CO'A .hdlvl.lon of NE'4 01 A MW'4 nNFV: A 1'111of: lJijIt 1'A

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5.. W of t ___- -_---_-_--_-----13 5 12 M... 811111" Redllsh! _______._ 11.01 Lot 8 .f bik 4. .n Llvlnon. -nh' 9I -1941'9'a nl AE1: ; of ME4 _--AO ., 11.0 .. J. Perog _________________ 1.11 '
of lot 8 1 In town ofLawtey rn'. ""hdlv'.I..n' 01 NIt'o' Air
W 711 B
that pertain land 111186 I II'v
IV of J'k: _-_----13 5 22 W. L. Ov..t.rGet _____________ 1.81 N5'4!: ___ ___ u. __t8 8 II lulnfa.. fuller _______._______ .54 hetwan G. 6, l'p.- A 6. A. L,

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I n1.-Largay 81 ________ 411 09NW4
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On Int 126 It E Ik 4T ''nUvln"'lon NW6t .f IIWI\ --/I 7 $40 ...". It.... _-____n._.___ a.u

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W 105 It In bog In town 01 r.".. Late 2.8.of hlk C III N. .J Jnn.uad4ItIo I .f way 82114!. It th.u. N'I'I

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Lot '1'1 t 8 n --- W 2M8 Ii. va thenee It 215 yd.there. .
tt E AxWtin. nNW on IIn elnf Lola 11.9 of blk 20 In Tunphw .doll_ IJ 2"6'i ..,. In It-. equal .

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R 22 E. Po 01 Ry ___u______________ M.. Anna ofW'.7 .I NFW nl Rr A 5.n :' ; A run A II" vla W un :ydlM
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nf SEll -2. 6.27 !II _. ___- 7 A21'tJ. Loa A B-C "rn bib 1 In Wynn'': .'.141.to _____...-.111,31 NE' nf MP.V4 A NWI1
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Corn .t flW eor 01 !lWL01 SE'4!: AI'N"/ :5V 6 of puhlie' : road I "E'l'' "I NII4: ._ II A I' M Un.n..n _____ 1951V
410 It to aA .. SS'lofSEV4 Eaahnut : nl "1':1nl: NE4 __ 1 8 la III A 1rt 11. has ____ Mil
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F.4 of ltr.1 01 NW'. nl AELS'-.24::\, a u I I J... Robs ___:_. '..8'WtJ. : of 544: of "W'" .r NW'',\ .11 II U I Unknown _______-__ ..1
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a I' On. lot bow .t "E ear 0, "W'4 nf Uiad 18.71
NEv of IIW'-I ot NW" v "' t II f Brooklyn 0 ---- r rI
Lot 25 A Nil 01 Itt .0 A We Of" 20 M.... Lawn A 81aooU __ 7.00 "T.nl "W'J 1 run N I'" .h"" W I.,'. .1..t I. blk"I 7"or" NH"f"8B'4! 1
lot. a4 'In Woodlawn. ---------- a .2 I rha. II 214 .hno E 4 elmsto 21. nt nr.v ... ._ !.is lN" Mr., IU.b.o R. "".'11"' ----.. ...
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BRADFORD COUNTY TRLEfiRAPM.. STARKR.. FLORIDA virtntv_ n_____ _ti'i.V_ _as._. 1921 n__

Bradford County Telegraph I while here in Florida the travel is when you expect to get; something; out I'I I Dionville r. and Mrs. Wi 1 l DuPree, of Jack-I I '
very; much lighter there is less territory of them, and see them '' -
as they i Sunday the
pass s spent at
==: ;:: .:=:-u: .=. I to explore, and there are few 0
you on the street only when \ ,
you want biro DuPree'n Mr. and Mrs.
pulolhrht-d! ", ,'..h''" :md entered as fit transients. Every auto camping out. something you are raising a barrier i i i i J. W. Byrd. parents S ITEMS FROM LAKE BUTLER
wants to
camp for the whole season between
second class mutter at the post yourself and others ai im-I I I I -
: -providing municipal camps passable. the W. II. Curt of Hawthorne
as wall of hate between I I I spent
office at Starke. Florida. !
for those staying all the season wouldbe France and Germany. Any one who Sunday and Monday here with rela-
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I
something like providing cheap has lived long has I tives.
seen of this
I some ,
6. 8.: MITTIIEWS.-Own.r. municipal hotels. 'if ho has not experienced it. I I Bielling-I'eeples Willie Mae Johnson.
J. C. RODINSOSM..a-t" Editor.I Many tests, Including a very awk- Rural Several carload of rock for the A wedding of much interest to Tea guests included Miss Hattie
ward one at St. Petersburg, seem to life in America is quite different hard roads have arrived and the work friends, here as well as in other parts FowlerMrs.: W. T. Doyle, Mrs. A. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY trove pretty well established that con There from rural life in Europe. I! of putting on the hard surface begin of the state was the wedding of Miss- Strickland and Mrs. D. E. Rogers.
ducting tourist camps in Florida is the rural population live in vil-I|i Monday here in town. Anna Belle Peeples to Mr. J. Ralph
---- ------.----- ---.- (ages and go out *o their farms to I |
Birthday I'arty
not good municipal business. And a, Bielling which was solemized at I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE it has proved work often miles away. The l isolated I I i Albert Jennings, of Miami, was a church
a satisfactory busirt-w Harmony Baptist at 9 o'clock Saturday, July 10th a birthday

Per Year .____ $1.50 for private enterprise t probably curiosity farm houses there would be rural as much of a I I 1---visitor to Lawtey Sunday. I. July 18.Surrounding. i party was given by little Miss Mabel
vill come to that throughout the slate [i with as a village ', B. E. Curley, of Green Cove Spring the altar were pot Glover, she being on that day 10
: Six Months ..- -- 7Cc I I ;enrally.-St.! Petersburg Times. I no semblance of a business town spent Sunday here with relatives. flowers and banks of crepe myrtle, a I years of age. Quite a number of her
would be
in this The
-.. country. re-0. color scheme of pink and white being' little friends were invited. Many
('OOPEUATION HJo'fWEE TO\VN cords show that this village life has '1 E. B. Mo ely was called to Jacksonville carried out. Proceeding the ceremony i i games were enjoyed on the green lawn
I AND (;OUNTKY COMMUNITIES I not contributed to their culture.>r
f Saturday an account of a relative a delightful musical program was I Iin front of the house and in the afternoon -
morals. Our is
By Nathan Mayo, Commissioner: of we need the community way the spirit better and, our hilt I|j t being enjured in an automobile rendered by Miss Jewell Russell and 'I they were all called! into the
j jI' r Agriculture. accident. Miss Ada Register sang "With You. house where Mrs. Glover had a fine
means of and,
transportation communication I|I --- The bridal party entered to the strainsof I spread of refreshments and she haying
Transformations make it possible. Coopera-I j;I Mrs. W I. Powell left Thursday for
often take place Lohengrin's Wedding March. The the art of entertaining the young
I' tion Is coming and we should encour-- :: Winter Haven where she will
Inround j UH spend a ushers Hal Maines
so gradually as to be al- Messrs. and Mr. I folks made the day pass off very
.. age it in every way possible. And few days with her son, J. A. Powell.
in :.tt unperceived. We BO soon get acJ Morris Langford coming first, Misses pleasantly. Those present were: Elsie
I
'practice it .
J, I in as a matter of course and do CITY Brown, bridesmaids, entered together. Dekle, Iva Andrews, Beulah

tf in. t look into the remote causes that = Pine Hill, July 2:>- rr. and Mrs.C. Miss Thomas' dress was green combined Kennedy, Dollie Dowling, James and
t No. nu ,i I brought them about. Sampson City, July 25W. S. Nobb F. Colson are on the sick list this with lace. Miss Brown'. pink Clarice Knight, Clarence Preston Leila -
(Maiuitership in National Highway I I Various forces are working for the and' son, Dogan, and !Mrs. R. I.. I week. Mr. Colson is able to be up and combined with blue satin and lace and Jewel Preston.
Association) I I unification of town and country community Brown and little daughter Marie, of we hope them both a speedy recovery.Mr. ruffles. Next came Misses Lota Biel-
.--- -_. I spirit. Town people are run- Jacksonville, motored here Sunday and Mrs. R. E. L. Green, of ling and Omie Scarborough as bridesmaids Lake Butler, July 25: -Lieut. J. J.
When /l.iiKrilli-tti' m. president! gas fling farms and country people are and'are guest of !Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Maxville,' are visiting the former's' Padgett and Mr. Duncan -Padgett of

hill) drop In liar" rents a gallon.-Muctjlenny running business in town. This over- Smith. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green. Miss Biclling's dress was of blue the South Carolina National Guard

; Standard. And day'H wage will lapping of business interests is the Mrs. T. C. Thomas and daughters, Mrs. Rosa Knight and Miss Vera and Miss Scarborough's of orchid. who are attending the encampment at

buy a pint of the joy-riding fluid. most recent of the potential unifying Mabel, Doris and Oudia Van, of :| Surrrency, of Gainesville visited their Miss Annie Howard as maid of honor Camp Johnston spent last Sunday in
-0- agencies. Good roads, automobiles, fulatka 'are here on a visit with her 1'I father A. B. Surrency Sunday. entered next, her dress being pink Lake Butler guests of their uncle,
One defeated candidate In the late ] telephones, radios, consolidated mother, Mrs. Joule Hall. I Mallie Surrency and Fred Green voile over satin with lace ru.Tlua.: The Percy M. Padgett and family.

Florida !prjjnnry la In jail, on a charge I{j jcf schools and county fairs are among Miss Juanita Smith, of Jacksonville, attended church at Brooker Sunday bridesmuitlcs un-1 1 ,i.iaid of honor yore I Rev W. T. Doyle arrived Wednesday -
issuing worthless chocks, Fortuattly i the more effective of the unifying for visited her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. night. large picture hats and carried arm from Grandin, where he has been

for all candidates, it is not a ces.The Jones, here Friday. She was accompanied Charlie Cone, of Alachua visited! boquets of roses. The groomsmen, I conducting u revival meeting for a
statutory; offense to issue worthless lack of homogcnity that has so home by her sister, Miss Ed- his sister, Mrs. C. F. Colson, Sunday. Messrs. Hal Maines, Carl Brown week. There was splendid interest
pronilsen.-Tampa Tribune.I long existed between town and coun narae Smith, who will accept employment I Some of the farmers are beginning Ervie Brown and Morris Langford manliest Rev Doyle who has been
I -0-- try has been due in great measure to there. to prepare land for a fall truck crop. stood with, the bri etllTuils. l.Utle pastor of the Baptist church at this
\ like to pee u man proud of the isolation of each in its material Mrs. A. I.. Green and two daughters Harold Holder and lOur: 'u.i foe Sullivan place for the past two years will
i place in which ho lives. I like to see terests, ita social life and consequent Miss Addle Mae Raulerson and I Miss Pearl and Grace and son nephew and niece of the bride move to Tampa the latter part of
a man who livea In it so that his place ly of everyday thought. Through habit Hermond Spruce of Lake Butler, vies Lesley visited the former's mother, came in with baskets of flowers, August where he has accepted the

(\ will be proud of him. Be honest, but is a string social force that cannotbe ted friends here Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Parrish, of Dukes. strewing them in the path of the pastorate of the Sulpher Springs
K', hate no one, overturn a man's wrongdoing ignored.. The thought habit of Mrs. C. A. Johns and little son, C:. Mrs. Lee Thlglen.of East Palatka, bride. The bride was beautiful in a Uaptlst; church While here Rev Doyle
but di.> not overturn him unless town and country have kept them A. Jr. spent a few days in Starke last is visiting her mother Mrs Alice white tucked model of chiffon voile : and family have made many friends

it must be done In overturning the apart in so muny.ways as to createan week visiting relatives. Oliver. with lace, a coronet of orange blossoms who regret to lose them. As Tampa

I' '. -, wrong. Stand, with a man that stands antagonism in many instances not Rev Crosby, of Starke, preached avery J. W. L. Pinholster made a business holding her veil in plec She carried was once their home their many
right. Stand with him while he t tt III unlike that which exists between nations interesting sermon to a large trip to Highland[ Monday. an arm boquet St brides' rose. friends there will welcome them to

right and part with him when he goeswrong. after they have been at war. congregation here Sunday. His subject Alvin and Mark Clemons have accepted The impressive ceremony was performed Tampa again. -
.-Abraham Lincoln. If each could but see itself as the being "Signs. a position at Summer. by Rev. W. T. Doyle. Mr. and vMrs. R. L. Black, of

I __ other sees it the viewpoint of each Roby Parrish of Dukes, visited hia The members of the bridal i.arty Gainesville are the guests of their
I, ,1 Baldwin, Starke and Hampton are would be changed. In the language of BRADFORD cousins Dave and Roy Green. left the! church to the strains of uncle,, P. M. Padgett, and family.

Bi I watching with a great deal of interest Robert Burns Bradford, July 25--l\Ir. and Mrs. E. II. Clemons made a business Mendelssohin's Wedding March and Mrs. A. J. Lucas, of Walterbon, S,
the progress of the state highway 0, wad some pow'r the giftie gle us W. M. Andreu and son, Marvin of trip to Starke Monday. were entertained at a reception at ;hg C., is the guest of her brother, P. M.
( running from Baldwin to Gainesville To see ouscU as ithers see ust I Wildwood, are spending some time Miss Ola: Thomas and Miss Emmie I home' of the bride's parents, Mr. and Padgett and family. She is accompanied .
and passing through the three named It wad free monie a blunder free us, with the former's parents Mr. and : Clupko, of Mounteocha were guests Mrs. II. C. Peeples. by her daughter Miss Tolly.

towns. The Starke Telegraph says And foolish notion. Mrs. C. M. Andreu.N. : of Mrs. R. H. Green Sunday. I The house was decorated with I Sergeant Ellsworth C. Harper of
that the laying of the rock base on As a rule the man in the city buyshia I The heavy rains have damaged cut flowers and refreshment of ice Co. D 124th Infantry ,of Sanford,
the highway south of Hampton will be living and the man in the country G. Hayes, Sr., was a visitor to I roads and farms considerably here. cream and brides' cake were served. spent Sunday in Lake Butler, guest of
Gainesville
completed within a few days, I if raises the necessaries of life. The city Sunday. 'After the reception Mr. and Mrs., his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. lIar-
weather conditions are favorable. This man thinks of the cost and the country The grading has commenced under BROOK Elt Bielling left for a motor trip.

link will complete the rock base to the man does not. The country people the able direction of Mr. Long ofStarke. The bride was reared in Union per.Ed Dowling, telegraph operator at
BrookerJuly 2i: !Mr.
and
Alachun county line. The completionof like to have barbecues and basket picnics Mrs. B.Jo' ,. county and is highly accomplished Dublin, Ga., is the guest of his parents
this highway from Baldwin to and invite "everybody" to come Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andreu and Ilazen, of Santos, is visiting and of an unusual charming personality. I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dowling.
out and help themselves City peopleaccept sister were visitors to Worthington friends and relatives here this week. Mrs. D. T. McGill
lainesvllle will open up one of tha She is a graduate of Miami and two children
most prosperous and fertile sectionsof the invitation and enjoy it- Saturday. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, high school. who have been spending a few weeks

}'lori -- heard of the town or city having a Saturday to view the road. He was Percey Moody, of LaCross, spent county also, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. McGill returned home Sunday.

DON'T:' TOUCH TIIKVIUKS: I free barbecue and inviting "everybody" accompanied back by Messrs. Price Wednesday here. Mrs. J. J. Bielling, of Providence. He Mrs. J. W. Jackson, of Orlando is
unless there was some selfish and Davis. Halph Hazen, of South Carolina, re is a young man of sterling qualitiesand the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. E.
When you sea u wire down no matter ] scheme back of it? The writer has Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards, and turned home this week. holds: a responsible position witha Dell.

i ., horn innocent it may yook, don't known a few instances where candidates son,, of Gainesville were in our section Bennie Waters has gone to lass real estate company, of Atlanta, Captain A. J. Thomas of Starke,
touch it. It may he charged with for office and business men l Sunday. dale where he will spend a few days. where they will reside after they return was in our city Sunday.
enough electricity to snuff out your hipped in amt. made up the requisites Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughterwere Airs. G. B. Colson, and Cephus llar- from their wedding tour. W. E. Loadholtz and family spent
life before you know what has hap for a general: barbecue. Hut I am talking shopping In Worthington Satur. |I rell spent Wednesday in Starke. Sunday at Pablo Beach.
pened. This warning not only appliesto ; of a real neighborly, good fellow- day. *. Casey Atkinson was a business :Mrs. Loadholtz Entertains.{
electric light wires. When the tele- ship barbecue with nothing in view Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Baxter and children T. visitor to Dukes last Thursday. I Mrs. W. E. Loadholtz entertained R. E. Dell, J. W. Jones, H. S. Ad.

phone wires go clown, they may get bet t n (rood time. of Jacksonville passed through Mamie and Vasco Hazen of Santos Tuesday evening at a party in honorof kips and son, Claud, left here Wednesday
crossed with a high-power electric The countryman thinks of this frey here enroute to Worthington Tues- is spending a few days here with here son, Winifred, who is at homeon morning for a tour of South
wire and bc charged with a heavy |u'n tly. day.W. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. a furlough from the Navy. Music Florida. They expect to be away
voltage. Leave the wires alone, whether Suppose a man in the country and M. Harrell returned Sunday Hazen. and games were enjoyed by the young two weeks and visit Miami and
they are down In the streets, hanging u man In the town are well acquainted from a visit to South Florida.L. Aluine Clemons has gone to Sumner people. Delicious fruit punch and many other places.
h down on trees, or anywhere with : the man in town happens to stop A. Cooke went to Lacooche wherehe where he will spend a few weeks. marshmallows were served during the Mrs.\ Claud Adkins, of Miami, who
r' in reach. nt the front gate or in the big road will seek! employment. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Futch, of Law- games. has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.H. .

When you see a wire down, warn at the end of the corn rows! where the Mrs. E. E. Baxter who has been tey, spent! Wednesday here.E. Those enjoying the evening were: S. Adkins left here Wednesday to

others and telephone the light plant, man in the country is plowing; they visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. M. An- M. Ilazen spent Wednesday Misses Virgie Thomas, Henrietta visit relatives in Atlanta, Ga.
if It Is an electric wire; or the telephone stop and talk a few minutes and the dreu returned to Brooker Thursday. evening in Starke. Padgett, Estelle Roaenburg Willie Tommie Chancey who Is a flagman
'l exchange if it is a telephonewire. dinner horn blows. Tho farmer will I W. H. Harrell was a visitor to Henry Shaw spent Tuesday in McJohnson, Aileen Knight, .Mary Em- on the Florida East Coast Railwayand
They have men who know how ask and Insist on the city man coming Worthington Sunday. Gainesville on business.G. ma Rogers, Mr. and :Mrs. Leenmn living in New Smyrna, left for
to handle live wires-you don't. in and have dinner. It is not just B. Colson and son, Kessio spent Rivers, 11and Mrs. S. D. Padgett, ) his home Wednesday after visiting

s Warn your children against touch- for manners either, he means it. LAWTEYI.autey Thursday in Starke. John Ritch Townsend. Aubrev Dun- his pRI'ents. Mr.. and Mrs- ---_. T.- r-- ChAn.----.-
inir wires that are down, also caution Suppose_ this same farmer happens Mr. and Mrs. Proctor spent Saturday can, Wade Kennedy ?Malcolm Long,
July :23!:> Mr. and Mrs. Ira cey.Mrs.
them against throwing anything J I to meet the same city man in the town Rivers of Green' -Cove .' and Sunday here. Chas. Rivers and Theo Edwards of D. E. Rogers and daughter,
licross the wires. It's dangerous. and they stop and pass a few words: Springs were Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen and Tampa. :Miss Mary Emma and sons Olin and
and the clock strikes twelve-what guests!! Sunday of Mrs. River's parents family spent Thursday in Starke. Walter of Richmond, Va. who have
TOOK NO CHANCES:' happens ? The city man will slap the Mr. and Mrs. David. Durban. Lester Pinholster, of Pine Hill wasa Mrs. Maines Entertains. been visiting Judge and Mrs. A. C.

Not long -editor farmer on the shoulder and say: Prof and Mrs. W. O. DuVall of visitor here Friday. I Mrs. J. E. Mains entertained Fri. Strickland, left Wednesday for Jack-
in
'i, wrote ago swell nn up Maine "'\1'11, come round and see me; if I' Hampton, were visitors to Lawtey :Mrs. L. A. Brown spent Thursday day afternoon from 4 to G oclock; in I sonville where they will visit Mr. and
a lie did
up reception. honor I
can do anything for you call on me." Saturday. in Starke.F. of Mrs. F. A. Andrews, of I]Mrs. W. E. Norman, thence to Pen-
not want to ko chances
suit he ta on a libel Each goes his way. A. Scott, of :Starke: was a business Jacksonville, who was her guest: for Illacola. after which they will,return to !
.r so qualified his statements Human nature is the same in people Mrs. G. W. Roberta is spending a visitor here Friday. several days. The parlor and recep- their home. '

,. carefully."A Here's what he wrote: of all vocations. The difference of few days In DeLand with her parents, Little Misses Catherine and Gertrude tion hall were opened ensuite and I Mr. and Mrs. Seth Roberts of Avon J
Pi T C. woman giving the name of J. viewpoint is due to environment. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum. Tompkins, of Gainesville, who tables were arranged for progressive Park, are visiting relatives in Lake
Jones who Is reported to be one Take advertising: The commercialman have been visiting friends here returned rook. Punch was served and at the I Butler this week.
of the \V. Jt .
society leaders of this F. Goodwin last week for
section
conclusion of the
home games refreshmentsof
is used to advertising the farmer Sunday. Mr. En-in Dekle
of Lake
;
is said to have given what :North Carolina where he will City was .
purported spend caramel nut cake
is not. A county fair is mostly an Miss Margurlte Shriver who has and ice cream visiting relatives in Lake Butler this '
to be a reception yesterday afternoon. agricultural exhibit. It is seldom! conducted a few months on account of his health. been visiting Mrs. R. A. Weeks at were served by Misses Willie :Mae week.

number It la understood of so-called that a considerable exclusively by farmers. It Is a Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish, of I Kingsley lake returned home Satur Johnson, Connie Padgett and Terrell J. W. Townsend and family who E[r

t be ladies. notorious guests in reportedto good, place for town and country to Jacksonville, spent! a few days here day.Mr. Andrews. I have been spending a few weeks at
: society circles fraternize and enjoy themselves. It the first of the week with relatives.Mr. : and Mrs. P. S. Colson and fami- Those enjoying the afternoon with Orange Springs returned Wednesday.
,
were present, and some of them is a good chance for the town peopleto ly spent a few days of this week lit the hostess and honoree were Mesdames They were accompanied by Mr. and
are quoted as saving they enjoyed, the : and Mrs. ,Alachua.Mr. T. J. Townsend Chas H.
divide up the country and have I'erry Dinkins visited Mrs. T. H. Rimes, who visited Orange
of occasion. It Is charged that the firm each town man to take one or more relatives and friends in Sanderson and Mrs. C. J. Crews spent ister, W. H. Cassells, P. M. Re"j Springs with them.

owt'r1: Bktck 'furnished the re- from the country and invite him to Sunday. Saturday at Gainesville.R. gett T. M. Riherd, J. :M. Mann, :Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Delegal and
son,
alleged the fair and to dinner on a certain A. Weeks spent last week in Loadholtz, W. II. Lee, E. E. Rogers L. 11. Jr., of Miami, and Mrs. C. W.
r day at his expense. The !people in the I Mrs._W. A. Burrett,.of. Jacksonville, j Starke. .
: worn a necklace of alleged pearls, country could do the same -thing for spent Mrs. Sunday here with Her mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. .Haun.arid' <\m Keglster, Connie! Padgett and i Jof Mr. and Mrs. J. L.: Delegal.lee i. ----
which she declares. :M. E Edwards.
was given to her I Lorene
the people in the town. This offers a and :Maurine spent Saturday
I by her reputed husband.-Ex. means for developing a real comrade. J. D. Randall-, of Orlando was- in Gainesville. :Monday in Waldo Godwin.

NOT GOOn MUNICIPAL:' BUSINESS:! ship.Where transacting business in Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osteen and Mr. Dauise spent this week-end in
there is a Kiwanis, Rotary, Thursday. daughter, Louise and Lorene CorterIs Jacksonville. A pound party was given it the
After tome years of trials and Exchange, Board of Trade or other spending a while here with :Mr. tad Eugene and Lyon Crosby spent ,home of Mrs. T. P. Ward last Satur
tribulations Tampa, too, has decided : civic organization 'why not invite a Charles S. Hill of St. Augustine, Mrs. R. T. Osieen. Sunday at Lake Butler. day night. Games were enjoyed until ,
y ; to cut out the municipal tourist camp I farmer once In awhile to meet with was a visitor here Friday.F. Lewis and Margureit Shriver spent George Rivers, of Starke, spent a late hour. Among those present I
business. the members and give a talk? Othersare Monday in Starke.O. Sunday here.C. were: Misses Lelama< and Maud Andrews -
s'. '{ A great; many cities and towns Invited frequently. Because a man H. Long, of Starke was! trans- L. Strayhom, of Waldo spent II. Fogg, of Graham spent Tues- ,i Opal and Ellamao Hazen
t. ; throughout has hot-air artistis acting business In town Thursday.Mrs. Monday evening here. day here. Leota
the country maintain no reputation as a Osteen, Nora Colson, Lois and
municipal tourist camps anti in the ( no reason why we should concludehe Rowe and daughter, Mrs. Mat- Floyd Wiggins, of New River, Misses Lorine, Ellamae and Opal Toledo Gainey Stellamae and Florence
far west, and especially on the Tacfle has'no brains or ideas worth while. tie Frazier, returned to their homein spent Sunday evening here. Hazen and Lewis Shriver pent Sun- Ward, Iris Godwin, Josephine Chesser,
t coast, a specialty! is made of them, The farmer thinks of this frequent- Jacksonville Sunday after spending Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram and day at Hampton. I i|! Lottie and Ruby Cainey Messrs.
and a great deal of attention and expense iy. two weeks here at the home of son, II. B. Jr., of Jacksonville is I W. M. Moody of LaCross! spent Ralph Hazen Mack Houyn; floyce
Is devoted to them, and one may When newspapers cartoon the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rowe. spending a while here with Mr.\ and Tuesday here. Gainey Livingston Russ, Howard
wonder why they.all seem failures farmer he never looks like "Country Mrs. E. T. Stuart. Dorsey Harvey and Grady Baxter
, here In Florida. : Gentleman" but like a scarecrow. Mrs. Alex Williams, of Jacksonville Mr Price pent Saturday in Jack Birthday Party Orvill Ward. Vasco Hazen Mallie

We suspect that the answer Is that Why? was a visitor the first of the sonville.M. Last Tuesday afternoon Mr-. Roy Surrenrv Wilson, Russ and ithers,
u the western camps are for transients The farmer thinks of this often. week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. :! Sand Winfred Hazen spent Godwin entertained at a children ----_- -
only, the auto tourist travel out there I The personal equasion I U the strongest W. Stoke, party in honor of her daughter Wilma.
being BO enormous that such force in society. Personal contact the occasion being :'IPT ninth birthday.
camps 1
are almost municipal necessities; will knock antagonisms when E. B. Wells and family moved (to Many games were enjoyed by the lit
nothing else will. The long-arm, "I Kingsley lake Thursday, where they tie folio after which retre..hments'ool18l.ting '

To Cure a Cold In One Day am holier than thou" attitude will will spend the next few weeks I of lemonade !and cake war ,

.. PROMO QUININE never lead to cooperation. If It leads served. ,
r. LAXATIVE (Tiblu." ) S. Sapp
't came home
from
p.. .topeth.teulh. ...d "-_'be and wn.-. ocr tb'. anywhere It will be towards feuds. If Among those present were
...w. L w. WtOt C':'" *lgiuiuni. >ac.".l>boa. 34. ville and tpSnt Sunday here Jaebon-J Grace "lisse.s-
you are friendly with people only family. LF v r.Colds and LaGnpff flaxen Roselle Ward, Mildred I
and Hazle Morgan, Wilma and &se-
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