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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J BOALS FOUND SANE FOUR KILLED WHEN I tMUS. J. D. RANDALL DECLARES IU.\\'lS I'lCKPAIlEII '10 UKIVKFORWARD L. E. :''IittrT.' .\I.umft I-NAVAL: STORKS: TO 1 1'1'

Case: Edd Andrews Indicted COAST LINE TRAINHITS.PLEASURE MAlt lONG A "DESPICABLEGAMBLING ON HIS CAMPAIGN A. t.'. L. Uy. U011IIKU: IS UK CURTAILED 1 I .

Against : CAR I GAME" REPORTED: ) : UIUlI-: lIImlm : ,
on Five Counts, Dismissed. Major Portion of Labors in Preparation
I Step. To He Taken by Operator. to ,
who has been in the Car Skid,. Onto Track at Orange Park Mrs.\ J. I). Randall now of Orlando FiniNhrd.Dark Gainesville, July 2\1-1! E. Nottj, Stabili/e IndllKI ry. : ,
jT*. M. Boals. Road Crossing Near Jacksonville. but formerly of Lawtey, has many :
weeks the former stock claim agent for the At- 1 I
several on !
county jail for I friends here who will read with inter Harbor Islcaboro Me., July A general curtailment of turpentine .
charge of passing worthless checks Jacksonville July 27-Mr. and Mrs. est her opinion on the subject of mah 20-John \V. Davis) the Democratic | lantiic Coast Line railway under Indictment t>operations throughout: the south

wall examined Monday and Tuesday by Michael J. Dux of South Jacksonvilleand ': jong. Mrs. Randall is a prominent presidential! nominee, with tho major j on charges of conspiracy ) from Ovtotiur 1 .to April 1 is planned
a"Junacy' commission composed of Dr. their 13 year old son, John, were portion of his laboro in the preparation I robbery and larceny in connection! the r ri
I member" of the Woman's Club, beingI !i by operators utt a moans of stabilizing I I
Or. W. E. Middleton ando instantly killed :Mrs. of his address behind i with the Atlantic Coast Line payroll
BIKKS, p I Albcrtine Easer I a charter member of the Lawtey acceptance the market. Thu present trouble
l. Andreu. Commission found him 70, of Jacksonville was fatally injured 1 woman's club. Ilim was rnuly tonight. to end! hit va- I' robbery at High Springs on !May 16, I i, with the naval stores industry Is an /
and he watt again placed and two other children ration and U drive forward with his in which more than $II\tlOt) wits obtained
t be ane of Mr. and I The following is taken from the > over-production which has brought i !
his trial scheduled Mrs.\ surrendered! ti, the. sheriff! of
j await Dux were when the campaign.
ail to injured
: auto June number of the Florida Good about unwarranted low prices: the
According to officers for this week. mobile in which they were riding was 1 News: On his arrival at Now York Thursday -,I Pasco county at Dad City and Is now operators say. The voluntary curtail. p

iUJuestion&. as to the sanity of Mr. struck by Atlantic Coast Line passen- | In her address on China, given before ho will give his first attention to out on bond of $15,000( according to ment which the operators are agreeIng :f '

Boals was. brought up first of the ,, ger train No. 85, at a crossing live | the United Missionary meeting organization plum as worked out by advices here.Nott to is expected to prevent further excessive f>>

wcwk, after he had apparently failed miles southwest of Jacksonville this Mrs. J. U. Randall who spent many Clem L. ,Shaver, his cuinputfin manager I I according to iidvicos here, has production and to move the "
IdBhis efforts to raise the funds to afternoon. and to that end he I been living at his home in Trlbly
months traveling through that coun- telegraphed'today \: I visible supply of naval stores at better -
coter cheeks (given out and the above !Mrs Easer died from the shock a try, said the great curse of China was I to Mr. Shaver to meet him at :,i I I since his release on bond. State's Attorney prices than now obtain.

commission. was!! appointed to conduct few hours after the accident. Margaret its gambling one of tho chief ways I his temporary headquarters. at thu Adkins said here tonight that I This general curtailment movement -

jin examination. 7 and :Michael, Jr. 4, the children being through mah Jong, the rattlingof metropolis. After this conference Mr. he was advised that the sheriff of PUS- is the result largely of the

Mtt is alleged that Boats' activities suffered severe cuts and bruises. the pieces of this being heard from buvis will turn to tilt! final draftingof CO county had approved. Nott's bond. work of the newly organized Turpentine -

ifflfpassmg worthless checks covered According to witnesses the party behind every curtain: wherever one his speech wit.h. thu expectation of L. O. Webb, former special agent! I .) uml 1 I Rosin Exchange. the
.considerable territory, one of the larg- having it completed. by : for tho railroad under indictment ,
saw the train approaching and at- goes. She said it was a "derplcuble Sunday. on two million dollar! corporation of
efit deals! reported being that he pur- the missionaries -- -- the sumo charges, is stll! at large.
tempted to stop but skidded on wet gambling same and that UAIFORD FA'UMKUIS which W. E. Mi-Arthur, of Jack.on.ville
fcbased a farm in Union county giving pavement the automobile stopping were making a big and los- John McDonald, convicted of being I U president, the. hcud<|imrt rs
I IN JAIL HERE
th* owner thereof a check for $3,000. squarely across the tracks. The auto- ing tight against it. She could not un- the principal in the holdup< is servinga of which are in ..fnoksinivill'-' :Mc-
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!(11' addition he purchased a Ford Co. mobile was literally smashed to pieces derstand how American women can Jacksonville, July 25 Raleigh:' sentence of ten yearn in the pcnltl'ntiary. Arthur, Is just buck form DeFuniuk)
Motor
.''roadster from the Rivers I parts of it being scattered along the bring themselves to play the game Johns Ul>, a farmer living near! Rai- Springs where he addressed" u huga
worthless check1r I
IJp.ke Butler giving a tracks for nearly- hundred yards. no high class Chinese woman will ford wusbrought here yesterday by 1 i'i meeting of West Florida Turpentine
the cash payment. Most of thepersona I touch and the lowest women only l'UUS1'U.\'I'E PROOl'CriON 1 =" L. M. Autrey director In tha
The very Sheriff W. :it. Urannen Jr., of Union' men. a
engineer it
was reported
saw
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and firms victimized, however I OF Jo'I.OIUU.linm.Slm:
[ the plight of the automobile but will play and even these do not play county and was lodged in the Duval ; new corporation of Orlando presided .
for smaller amounts. was I 19! PER CENT: 1 IN 1923!
Were the with men. She siiid: "All of I the itiecting.Save .
unable game runty jail to await the grand jury in !I over
1 to stop. The train is a fast I
: When Boals first came to Starke he i>
who have the mark of of
through passenger train which leaves you women I November us the result ot a serious Tallahassee1 July 21)!! -A nineteen. the oritunlzution meeting
da clerk in
Young'sstore. ,
las employed Christ upon you speak against the charge. ,I'I the Turpentine and 1 I Rosin l'xvhmstgawhich ; ,
Jacksonville for Tampa at 3:1: () o'clockin per cent me reuse win shown III the
this for few
| holding position a to the mad rush of the held! In Jacksonville
game try stop was recently
the afternoon. "While we have not received production of plioxphute rock In Flor-
any '
ays.Edd that is destruction in the DeFuniuk
bearing meeting at
Andrews of Hope Hall, charg- game I threats, J. (C'. Adkins, attorney for the l Ida during 1'J'JU; ; over the preceding ,
1 PROMINENT: UC.LAIAN: its wake. I' :Springs; was the largest gathering
with of eighth. judicial district ordered Johns year, it is shown by statistics cvllect-I
.d having possession liquor
DROPS DEAD) SUDDENLY 1 of naval I stores! ever hold.Tho .
the forum followed operators
Through that .
:discharging firearms drunk and dis- open brought here to prevent any possible ed by the state geological survey in
the talk mah !Mrs.\ I Randall operators voted. almost solid to
on Jong, mob violence, &herilf Urannen said cooperation with the United, States I
automobile while in- Ocala 2L.'
)rderly driving July : O. Crosby, said that Chinese stores were not join the Exchange und tht'YIted'
toxicated and using profane language prominent automobile dealer of Ocala Johns was arrested two weeks ago geological survey. unanimously to stop chipping tioxea.
allowed sell
to mah
vas discharged upon motion of state. died here suddenly this morning froman That Jong sets openly. on the complaint of a girl living! in The figures, madu public by Herman on October I for tho balance of the
nothing and does retard the
can
attack of acute indigestion.Mr. Raiford, and waived a preliminary Gunter Florida state geologist, show also voted unanimouslyto
FIRST BALE OF COTTON, Crosby is well known in this missionary work like this game. and hearin!&,. I that 2, -I7.03:; long tons of phosphate season.cut Ill They) trees under nine inches.
she urged all to make stand
women
GROWN IN FLORIDA. and Alachua counties ownedat a I rock was mined in tho state in 1U23
( having The sheriff and his prisoner motor- These two things operators say, will
voice and the
SELLS FOR 60 CENTS by and example urge
different times the Ford at' with a total value reported by the
ed to after delivering
agency country to the curse of China Jacksonville and I go a long way toward stublUing: the
Waldo'' in Alachua county and at Mc- suppress his to tho producers amounting to ll,05U,4-7.\\
Savannah, Ga. July 23-The first mah jong.-Contributed. prisoner county Jail market us well as conserving the
[ bale of cotton of the 1924' crop in the Intosh as well as the agency in Ocala. the sheriff visited his brother W. B.Urannen Mining of soft phosphate, which began I trees. .

[ southeast was sold at auction Wed- At the time of his death he was not 1UiNIE10(1)1': : I a Jacksonville city detective, in 101M and reached its greatest Mr. l\l Arthur stntes that the. Turpentine -
after at 60 connected with an agency it is stated leaving last night for Lake Butler output the following year, has gradually -
shortly noon U
nesday, :
und Rosin Exchange -
|I The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. I _._ __ growing
1 Fred Krenson. F. C. but had been in Ocala about a month decreased until In 11)23; no production .
cents pound to fliRt, new members signing up j
Battey was the auctioneer.The !getting lined up for a popular line I I Moody will regret to learn of the IFFIS-NOR.MAN wall reported according to Mr. Hundred of
of cars. death of their infant daughter, Mm- Gunter. practically every day. .
bale came from Webster, Fla., I'I :Mr. George I'asco Uri 11& and :Miss letters are being sent.. out to operators
ale which occurred last night at Panama
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where it was grown by J. C. Gctzen. Before coming to Florida Mr. Cros- : Park. The will be) forwarded Callie Kdnu: Norman, both. of Lawtey Florida produced) more than four-, throughout the. south and a force ofworkers
by lived at Baxley, Ga., where his i I body were united in marriage by Judgo fifths of the phosphate! mined in the are in thu field securing
this where the
mother now lives. He was about 30 funeral morning and interment to Lawtey will,take place. Green at his (oflko Wednesday July iJ.!; United States! In I H 2i!: It was dUclos. I| membership and explaining thu purpose -
-- years of age and was unmarried It ed. Other states contributing were |
i'rtrt l-'an ,1 The arrangements are in charge of :Mr. Griflis is une of Lawtcy's high. of the' organisation. .
|L at IS is understood that the remains will Tennessee Kentucky! Idaho anti .
-----------J be sent back to Baxley Ga., for in- W. C. Cooper' Times-Union, July ly respected! young farmers while his Wyoming. |

terment. 26th. bride is the attractive and charming I __ _- | La Follcttc's Manager
.1 young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gill Si'AltltESITiiIElt: : SCHOOL t LOS.. .
EIGHT AUTO SMASHUI'S: / S
BUFOIID-ST1LLEY Norman. EH: 'IODAY) ; t '.
ON SAX ROAD SUNDAY:' ,
1 The! many friends of this popular -
:Mr. Calvin Duford Sturku has been fortunatein .
Raymond of vury
Gainesville 29 There young\ couple wish for them all happiness -
July were
South .Jacksonville employed on the having u summer sihool for the
buildmvc of the state highway here eight automobiles wrecked on the on life's. sea. past two months, for ttumu who intend"
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und :Mi Irma Ailee Stilley of Starke road between this city and Jackson WO'L1J1U.t::-; hElL: CAR I 1NTOK1VKK to take the August teacher) exann( T

were united in marriage Saturday ville by head on collision and one over TO END I hElL I ; LIKE illation. und for the high school at ii- -, '

night ut ID) o'clock the ceremony taking turned down an embankment Sunday dents who wished, to study reilitin

place at the Magnolia Tea Garden. night, according to Attorney Thomas Savannah Ga., July 22. Declaring branches. i Jft.
k4 Judge R. A. Green officiated at this VV. Fielding, who together with G. M.Stricklanil her intention of "ending it all," Mrs. 4'
Prof. I H.; S. Dowlmg II. U. WIKKIIH.' !
wedding u- mif the beautiful ring drove home from that city Julia Alouro, wife of Martin A. I t
iiiKtrm
(, superintendent of public lion .
after night Sunday.It Mourn drove her automobile down 43J .
'..rpmolt) ) The bride was attended by for Bradford County; ond Aliss .Mon.i, tVf' .
0' :\II's Either; 1'uford, sister of the l 18 not known whether or not one West Broad street over the wharf and Alderman have taught thu clusxi'M in f, '\J

groom. was killed as a result of the accidents I ink the Savunnah rivur. Her body the various departments. The tewheisclass i """ "....
4 but reports) from High Springs and was recovered by a diver a half hour "
Miss Stilley is the daughter of !Mr. is composed! of thu following )
,.. and Mrs. Bud Stilley, of Starke and Jacksonville were to the effect that later. Alvin Wusdin, Misses Mattie Ogden,

for the |heat eighteen months has been at least two persons were badly hurt. Mrs. .Mouro wax accompanied in Lota Fogg, Leolu Fogg Liniini'oioc.! .-r.-

in St. Luke's hospital Jacksonville, Two head on collisions were report. her ride by a friend Mrs. Uuuio Williams Laura Wynn Joyce 'r,-rry and, .Mr.I

where she has been taking the coursein ed yesterday morning as having occurred who>> futilely trying to persuadeher LeRoy Wusdin.

nursing. Mr. Buford while beingin on the Waldo'' road, hut the to di-sist, jumped from thu speeding I

Sturke only a few months, has identity of the drivers of the wrecked car just before it plunged Into And next will come the cumpiiign

made many friends here who extend automobiles was not learned. Neither the river. Mrs. Williams was. badly speeches with their one-tenth of one .

best wishes to the young couple. is it known whether or not anyone bruised and shaken up but was not per cent sense anti. thIS rest 4 :

T. F. GASKINS I was injured. seriously injured. Tampa Tribune. IItl't.IC'-j :

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T. F. Gaskins, a widely known resident I _
Virginia Corbin 15-year-old San Congrmsman John II Nelson! of
of the Wateroak section died at
Francisco girl, who has been selected .
who will th
to play Peter Pan in a picture his home Monday morning at :! HOMEWARD BOUND Wisconsin, manage I Preiidfiituil i I itni itt',igit <>f Hen Itobt. _ _
presentation of the Barrie o'clock after an illness of several .
II LuFolletU; on the Independent'st
play. She has been a prodigy since months following a stroke of paralysis. |I' I k> I.AIIKMIT.
babyhood and is highly educated. lIe suffered a second stroke two I h_ _

weeks ago and his weakened body I :: 'I 10 UiKAM.K: HONDI ( ',/

colud not withstand the shock.: Funeral I nm AI.LU.KH; : loriO.V I) THIKP
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SCOUTS MET TO TAKE TESTS services were held Tuesday at hit I I is int'-t I li,'.J uiy'.J.:: j. c"x of _ _
late home, Rev. D. L. Phillips of
Wurthiriicton/ Spring, arid several!
Boy Scouts of Troup Number One Wateroak, in charge and intermentwas ntlr.-i i- iiroiiniient. I i uu-ii from Union
met Friday evening at tho home of in Swift Creek cemetery when- .
i utility, were iii the city yesterday
the his father and mother were buried.
Mr. II. L. Brownlee scoutmaster
trying to niiikibond 1 for
take livid Lone _ _ _
to
object of the meeting being Mr. Gaskins had reached the age of held in th> liKiil jiiil m charges ofUnciiy

tests for merit badgas. 69! years and had been. a life-long resident q # of some ...,ttUIl. The bond was

The tests were given by the following of this section. He leaves a wife ; .- 5- /p'7 not niuilt )fMtt rduy' but State attor-

members of the council, namely: daughter and three sons Messrs. Jim hey J. C. AdkiriH stuted that he cx-

J. M. Brownlee J. T. Quigley and T. and John Gaskins, of Wateroak, ami pi-uts it will bu arranged soon. .

N. Limbuugh, with F. A. Scott a Henry Gaskins, of South Florida. 1&

member of the committee acting:, usexpert. !!l The family has the sympathy of all (:0. G. ICE'iIJICNED; 8: UN I IJ\V

: in their sorrow.
First class tests were taken by Ow n - -- After spending two weeks at Camp

Griffin in the following subjects: DEATH OF L'. DOIET JOHNS Johnston in training with troop from
Florida and North Carolina Co G
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health .
music, automobiling, personal -
The two-year-old of Mr. and returned to !Starke Sunday morning
and public health. James William :Mrs. Ura D. Johns died at the homeof Starke hud the largest lath
Brownlee: path nding and first aid. Mrs. L. Lamb of Par- company
Dr. and : L. S stata ut thu encampment .
a r*
Hugh Brownlee, Jr.: civics, auto- rish on July 2nd where it had been cord due to the untiring efforts of

mobiling and pioneering. taken for medical attention. Skilled Captain J. L. Peek to keep his coin

Second class test was taken by medical aid and tender nursing were / pany up to full strength.
1'I1S
Jacob Green. Herbert. Durden, .f of no avail and the soul of the little / / -- rON

Hampton, finished his examinationand boy passed to its Maker. 4 HENRY: JOIU7"'L'1JJ| : JAN

was awarded a second class badge. The bereaved parents have the / ; / LiqUOR( DRINKER3 I

The Troup will meet again to take sympathy of their many friends >/fy '
Henry Ford manufacturer of
tests the third Friday evening in through this section. &:&.-<, ry ; will discharge every employee Automobiles .

. August. SETTLE: I Hi ll.F1CULTYITH FISTS found with the smell of It-
The Boy Scout organization of quor on his breath, with liquor on :.Is

[ Starke is now a veteran troup as it Tuesday, Calvin Johns, who con- person or in his home,, II. I.. Duncan,

j has been registered five years, and ducts the lunch stand next to the divisional prohibition chief of Hl..>". _ _
has four merit badge scouts and ten Variety Market and Nat William* Ida and I'orto Rico, was advUod.
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first class boxing match: on the street The
( scouts. staged a manufacturer has issued a
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near the stand. From accounts given -Q proclamation declaring the Ford colony

BUYS GREEN PROPERTY the difficulty arose over a check Intend to keep within. the law .

Johns accusing Williams of erasing and as the prohibition law has
:M. S. Plank, a newcomer to this gone
section, has purchased the Judge the figures he hail placed on the check -c.D: S _S into effect every attempt will be mad.

[Green property near the Baptist I and having a larger amount substituted by him to abide by it.

I church and will make his home there. i while Williams insisted that Johns Divisional Chief Duncan received a

IMr. Plank is pleased with this section 'had signed) the check in blank. Hn copy of the proclamation. It I I. being

[of Florida. honor. the mayor will referee the I posted in every Ford plant throughout -

I bout and the city will be declared the the United status, the divisional

[SUBSCRIBE TO TUB TELEGRAPH wanner. chief declared IIIIS
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and the Lucas started tha trouble. lie also certificate In my office and baa made application ''the' SEVi and the NV4 of the NEK of the
TJSURA HARRIS OF MAXVILLE\ i I| on his. face his statement for tax deed to Issue) In accordance I I SEVi of Section 13, Township 8. South Rang

NOT GUILTY OP :MUKDKKj fact that he had his hand in his pocket said that Thomas and Welhausenwere J. L. FRAZEE with law. Said certificate embraces followlnir 20 feast containing 100 acres more or ....
I Lucas going to try not within hearing distance described; property situated l lheB I I 2. The SWV<* of the NW. of Saetlon 2S
he knew was ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR ford County Florida to-wit : Com at Hotel Township 8. South, Bang. 20 East containing
Shot and Killed lirother-ln-luw At and kill him. When asked why he when he was talking with Usura at lot in Lawtey 4k run S. on W. side of State 40 acre more or lea ; Also The NW'4

Mai villa !March 12. 1 I carried a in his car that day Har- the filling station before the shoot- AT LAW .U 100 ft to a pt of ben thenea W. at right of the SWVi of Section 28. Township a, Soutft
: I gun angles: to State St. 100 ft. thence S. ft parallel of Rang 20 East containing 49 ana sou re
of 'I'' rio said\ he was going out to cut some ing.Upon / POSTOFFICE BUILDING with State St. 4 ft. thence E. at right or 1 lass : Alao SMi of the NliVi.Of: the BfiVt; .

Jucksonvillc.July 23-The closing wood and took the ,gun along with speaking to Lucas about the I angles to State St. ICO ft.. th.nce N .Iollar W. of Section 29. Townahip 8, South of Rang lift
the second day of the trial of Uauri STARKE. FLA. side of State St. 4ft to the pt of beir in business East containing 40 acres more or ....
broth- !i I him In case he could get a shot at matter the witness said, "it would lots In Lawtey W. of. Ry., Sec. 23 Tp. '', J. The N.. the SW W of Section 28.

: HariB charged with alaying his Home birds in the woods take this to settle it" and closed his 6. S. It. 22 E.The said land being assessed. at Township e. douth Rang 20 East eont.iningso :
er-in-law Benjamin Joseph Lucas ut MASTER'S SALE I the date of the Issuance of such eertifiesta acre more or lessI
the
March 12 practically I I I The accused man declared that he fist. Mrs. Ben Lucas widow on Notice Is )hereby. given thiit under and by in the name of Unknown. Unless said eertincata 'I R. A. Green.
Maxville on saw decased also told of Lucas' shall be redeemed according ,i Special Master.
( I man vlrture of that certain final Decree of Forecloumiro to law. tax
all of the testimony introduced to the | had kept on friendly terms with Lu- Andrew confirming mail.* and rendered on July 14th' deed will Issue thereon on the llth day of E. M. JOHNS.
?' statement to Harris -
The state had closed yesterday I{ ens. despite hearing that Lucas had A. V. 1924. by Honorable M. F. flame Judge August A. D. 1924. i,I Solicitor for Complainant.
'. jury. I it.Willie. of the Circuit Court in and for Columbia Wiennsa my official signature. and seal this 7-4-St-a-l
and the defense had placed threatened his life. Ilia customary the Ulh day of July. A. 1924. I I -.
wherein
.( morning and Arti Griffiths Florida. In Certain cauae I
Padgett J\
several witnesses on the stand when | greeting when he entered the post of' i The.nt'i '. ,. .lth"n: Lake City. Florida I I ALDERMAN, I IX COUNTY JUDGE CMIJRT.
were the last witnesses of the day, and W. (Seal) Clerk Circuit' Court. BRADFORD
a corporation. la complainant I COUNTY. ttUKIOA.
I lice where Mrs. Lucas postmls- i
court adjourned at 5 o'clock until 9:30 was both stating they heard Lucas make II. 1>Ollwl.... .. sheriff) of Columbia county Bradford County.;: Florida. IN PROBATE.

oclock this morning. It is expected I I tress, was "Hello Bud, Whatcha Florida and ex-offlclo administrator of the By C. A. KNIGHT 'ilN Re: Estate of "
1 threats against Usura Harris several .. of and T. H. Deputy Clark.I
know?" he said. i .1.Ior Thoe. Cribbs deceased i JOE DUKSCHEKL. deceaaed..
i that Col. L. E. Wade defense counsel days before the shooting and that Privet ar. defendant. the underpinned ftSpecial I 7.11-51-8-8 ? FINAL NOTICE.

'; will place some character witnesneson Upon being questioned again by his the Mister, will offer for .Ie and will I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That! tbeund..lan.
Harris. with
they acquainted ell fur .. bldd.r.In I II NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX: DEED I
c h to the hlirheet and beat ...
his will the 6th day of
clone his on September
on the stand this morning to own counsel. Harris said he took UNDER SECTION 175 OF THB
I' threats. Padgett said Lucas declared I front of the Court House door In Starko I A. D. 1824, present to the Honorabla County
r1 case and that arguments will begin wife and boy to his wife's brother's that "he would have to kill Harris if Bradford county Florida on Monday the 4th I GENERAL STATUES. I I Judge of Bradford County, Florida, her final
Notice U hereby liven that J. R. Howe
) .
day of Auguit A. D. 1824. during, the legal I
this afternoon and the case go to Jury house. about fifteen miles from MaxI he didn't get off the job" and Grifths hour of sale, for the purpose of satisfying I purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 181. dated'J tratrix return of account tb.t.ta and voucher of Joe Durchrl aa Adminis deceased

I some time tomorrow. yule where he was arrested early the stated that Lucas told him one day aid flnal decree, the following described the 3rd day of July A. D. 1922. haa Bled I I and at said time then and there, make
I I said certificate In office I
and mad
I personal pmperty being In Bradford county, my applU
said he intended application to th. said judge for final
: the fashion of attack next morning. lie left the of. for deed a ent
Following after Harris had just post Florida. TO-WIT IOn tax to Uau In accordance
:i lhn itlement of her administration of said astat
!I ,
... started on Monday the ftrst day of !'I'' returning to Maxville to give himself fice that "there goes a that I bay. mare mule about Eleven year old. I|, law. Said certificate; embraces the fol- aa such administratrix and for an order dia J
lowing described
I named! .Q.. ,... and on bay mare mule property" situated In Brad
*
charging her such administratrix.
the trial. State's Attorney Perse L. up. to kill before the month.i I! ford County. Florida _wIt as
am going about eleven year old named *.D..I..,. : Lot 61 In Wood. ,I Dated this 3rd day of July A. D. 1924.
: Gaskina began yesterday morning by I Before Harris testified Vinton over." A. 8. CREWS. I 11..n. see. 13 Tz>. 6. S. R. 22 E. 10 acres. 'I OatTELLA CI3KOW3KI.
Special Matter In Chancery.W. said land being assessed at the date
witnesses whose testimony Thomas a witness for the state, said Administratrix of the estateof
introducing I R. Wilson' issuance of aueh certificate In the name. I
; Joe Ouracherl. cIcc......
the state hopes will weave a that he overheard a conversation at Harris is Acquitted on Charge 'of Solicitor for Complainant. I!of M... D. O. Taber. Unless said esrtlfleat A. Z. ADK1N3. .

web around the accused that will result Harris' filling station proceeding the Murder 7-25-2t-8-l I I shall will I Issue be* redeemed thereon. : according on th. 6th to day:law.of tax August deed I Attorney. 7-4-1 .1-0-5

in a conviction for first degree shooting in which Harris told his Jacksonville July 23-Usura Harris NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I''I'i A. D. 1924.Witness '
circuit UNDER SECTION OP TUB my, official signature and seal this NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX] DEED
hand Col.Wade that if he would tonight was acquitted In 571
On the other brother Andrew
< murder. GENERAL STATUTES. the 4th day of July A. D. 1924. UNDER' SECTION 675 OP THE
introduced witnesses for the defense bring Lucas and his wife out of the court of a charge of murder in connec- Hereby notice la given that D. W. Moore a. W. ALDERMAN i GENERAL STATUES.I .

; who state(1( that Harris' life had been store he would kill him. Ernest \Vel- tion with the fatal shooting of his purchaser. of 297 lax aale certificates numberedrmpeetlvely (Seal) Bradford Clerk Circuit Court 'I Hereby. notice la given that T. .. Aldermanpurchaser
and Issued Tax County Florida.
248 by the
}' threatened twice by Lucas before the hausen also said he heard Harris say brother-in-law. Benjamin J. Lucas, at Collector of Bradford County Florida said B., C. A. KNIGHT I(I of tax sale eertl6catea, numbered.

"I've been wanting to kill that Ger- Maxville 20 miles south of Jacksonville certificates being dated July 3rd. 1922.ha. Deputy Clerk rwpectively B886, 88. 138. 187. 218 224.
I killing. filed said 7-4-Bt-S-l :J.'fl.: 2(4 268 and 274 issued by the Tax Col.
certificates In
office and has
March 12 1924. The jury deliberated my lector of Bradford County Florida Said ......
It was testified that Lucas had a man for a long time. m.d. application for tax deed to issue In
,: who 2 Hours and 10 minutes. accordance with law. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD tlfleatea being dated July 8. 1822. and have
'. pocket knife in his right side trousers Charles Rawls. a negro man Said certificate respectively embraces the COUNTY FLORIDA. filed said certificate In my office and have

pocket the one in which Cay was passing in the car driven by Harris pleaded self-defence and following lands in Bradford. County. Florida BRADFORD COUNTY BANK made application for tax deed to Issue In

I I Austin testified Percy Austin. and eye witness, gave Andrew Harris, a brother testifiedhe easessed at date of the issuance of such car.tidicatesin A CORPORATION accordance with law.
O'Neal and Percy PLAINTIFF. Said certlflcaua respectively embrace the
the I
n.m. respectively hereinafter
Monday that Lucas kept his hand. The the same testimony as Austin ; that had heard threats made by Lucas particularly set forth to-wlt: f NOTICE following" land In Bradford County, Florida,

I in evidence by Judge Lucas stood with one hand on top of against Usura. Certificate No. 187! ,embraces on. A. on N. VS. assessed at the date of the Issuance of aueh
knife wall placed end of WVa of NW4 of NEK E. of Railway. E. W. WlilismeDEFENDANT. certificate In th name .respectively here

J. A. Beard justice of the peace of Harris' car and the other in his REAL TAXES ABSORB S...,. B. Tp. 7, S. H.a E.. 1 acre assessed. batter particularly, set forth. to-wlt:
TO THE ABOVE NAMED Certificate No.. 66 embraces of
pocket. Harriet OdoDO.C..rtln..lp DEFENDANT SV4 SW4.'
the third district embracing\ Maxville LARGE RENT INCOME No. 244 embraces Iota !. 0. 1, B, AND ALL, OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED: Sec. 11. Tp. 6. S. R. 21 E.. 80 Mrs*. a*.
and Baldwin. The knife was of ordi- Robert Caldwell said he was! in and 9 of blk 14 A lobo IV 11. 12 of bib 16 You snd each of you are hereby notified .eased A. B. Alvaral.I .

size with dark bone handle and Lucas'store when he wan. shot down. Absorption Noted in Various Parts of In Hampton; See. 19. Tp. 7. S. R. 22 E.. as- that the above styled. suit was Instituted In Certificate No. 86 embrace Sub Dlv A, B.
nary a .ei. four blades. It was unopened, the When the sun was "about tw6 hours Country Report. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed. August. A. D. 1923 and on this day a writ C. D. E. F, of lot 1 of blk 10 A sub div A.

said when he took it from the high" he said Mrs. Usura Harris came according to law tat deed will issue. thereon ''of attachment has been duly issued therein H. C, D. E. F. of lot 3 of bIle 10 A Sub die
judge "ashington-Slate and county real on the 18th day of August" A. D. 192t. I' .nd levied by the sheriff of Bradford county 'A. B. of lot 2 A sub div A, B, of lot 4 of
dead mun's pocket the night of the iiI his house and asked him to get her Witneas my official signature' and seal this florlda. on the 20th day of June A. D. 1824 I hlk 10 In Sampson: City Sea 4 Tp. 7 S. R.

,; hootlni No other weapon was foundon husband to come home. Later at Lucas' taxes since 1020 have absorbed a large the 11th day of July. A. D. 1024. upon the following described real estate In '21 E.. assessed R L. Farsell.

proportion of the income from renton O. W. ALDERMAN .Bradford county Florida TO-WIT | Certificate No. 88 embrace sub dlv A, B.
that the storekeeper
the body ho Raid. store he stated (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. West half of Northeast quarter of North.elut C. D. E. t. of lot 1 of blk 6 In Sampson City

the said he was going and see what farms in various parts of the coun- Bradford' County Florida. quarter of Northwest quarter ; and the .sec, 4, Tp. 7. S. R. 21 E.. assessed R. L. Far'rell. .-
Harris took the stand during Harris was "mad at him about." lIe try, a study announced by the department By C A. KNIGHT. East half of the Southeast quarter of SouthWest .
afternoon and was put through a Deputy Clerk. quarter. In Section 2U Township 7. I Certificate No. 13D embraces' NEV4 of SWW
the believed that Lucas did not have a of agriculture disclosed. .ln- t.H-15 South Dance 22 E 1 > -' n In NR cor Sec:, 22 Tp. S, R. A
V grilling cross-examination by Basing their study on taxes for Also Lots Seven and Eiirht.. In Subdivisionof E., M acre. assessed J. S. Mathlai

state's attorney after he had been allowed weapon.In NOTICE OF APPI.(CATION FOR TAX IfbED: Southwest quarter of Southwest quarter. i Certificate No. 1H7 embrace NWVi of SEV4
objcting to testimony by LouisA. 1019the! experts found that in southern : Section 20. Township 7, South range 22 E. I'I of A of
: to tell his own story to the UNDER SECTION 57> OF THE SEVi NEV4 SWJ4 of SE\%. Sec. Ill
Duller whosaid he was positiveno areas real estate taxes absorbed GENERAL: STATUTES Alan Lot Eight of Block Eight InLlncoln Tp. 6, S. R. 24 E. 20 acre*. assessed. Fred.
Jury. Contrary to his previous demuunor I Hereby notice ,la City, In South half of Southeast quarter. I I Frledcnberg.
about 10 cent of the net cash rent, given that K. !S. Humphrey ) West of Railroad. In Section
32
off Lucas' per ,
was .taken body Township 6. Certificate No. 218
Harris took the witness weapon purchaser" of tax sale certificates. numbered embrace N of SW>4
South
Range E.
from the time of the shooting until in north central states 15 to 25 per respectively 30. 47. Bl. 103. 108. 1<4. 22 I I of SWtt ex I a In NE eor A ax 2forchurch
You and each of
chair directly in front of the jury in I 1X3. you are hereby required ..... 88. 6 .
centand in western states to 38 184. 201 230 234. 214 and 2n Issued to In said Tp. S. R. 22 E. 19 a. assessed
Judge Beard examined the body and per appear caus. on Monday the First
K.
by the Tax Coee)! of O. Onanu.Certificat. .
and began talking *>r Bradford County
manner of
nervous day
a September A. D.
stated he was in his home a block I cent. Since 1919 taxes generally have Florida. Said. certificates" being dated July fall not or judgment will' be 1924. and therein No. 224 embrace SE'.i: of SE'4
In a low tone, sometimes mumbling, from the shooting and further increased while rents have been reduced -,3rd. 1922 and have Died said. certificate's. In entered againstyou' S... 84. Tp. 6. S. R. 22 E.. 40 acre, assensed .
without giving his attorney a chance away my office and have mao) application fur tax Witness the Honorable A. V. Tom DavIs
Long. Judgeaa .
him. that it was five minutes from the time and there is reason to believe, deed to Issue In aeeonlnnee. with) law also O. Alderman.,/ Clerk and the seal I Certificate No. 228 embrace SVS of NEV!

to question of the shooting until he reached the the department said that taxes on Said certlnealM reswctitely' embraces the of this Court at Srarke Florida. this the 21st A glj of NE14 of NWV4. See.. $6. Tz>. 1.
"That fellow (Lucas) came up to less favored farms have absorbed following lands in Ilraillorl/ County. ilor'.... day of June A. D. IS24. S. R. 22 E.. 100 ..._. assessed T. J. Alder
body Col. Wade shot a sensational many assessed at the 'late of the Issuance of turn O. W. ALDERMAN. man. J. E. Futeh. L. M. Lan trillS'.
my car with his hands in his pockets question at the witness: all ofthe income from rent. Local certificates in the mm...* respectively herein. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court Certificate No. 264 embraces all W% of

," Harris began nervously but rather than state taxes held after particularly iet firth to-wlt : By C. A. KNIGHT SE'4' of SWV4 W of Ry., .... ao, Tp. ?. S.
"Did you have an understanding are responsible Certlficat No. 10 .rmbrao. NWV\ See. :2. Deputy Clerk R 22 E. 7 acres, aaaeased Walter Whitten.
rather growing more composed and with Lucas to kill Harris?" Wade de for the greater part of the Tp. 7. S. R. 20 E.. 160 acres, assessed Isaae -27-10t-8-2 Certificate No. 288 embrace N. 820 ft
speaking clearer "and was fussing. burden. Williams. of NEV4 of SW'410 .. A E 441 ft of
manded. The lawyer declared Butler Certificate No. 47 embraces 8"' \ of WU of MASTER'S SALEHereby 8EU' of SWVi -14 a A 8>.4 of NWV4 of
He put his left hand on the top of could not have answered the question Present taxing methods which take NE'i' of NEV,. See. 2. Til., I. S. n. 21 E., IS I notice. la 'I SE'I ." W 4 a. A WM of SWU of SE'4
the door of the car and I told him to land valuations without .consideringfarm hence. ..........t W. E. Grltfls. virtues that certain given final that under and by ASV? of NE<4 of SEV ex 5 a. In TO) eor.
unless he had been in a conspiracywith Certificate No. 51 I decree of foreclonsramade N. of Ry., See. 18, Tp. 8. 8. R.
embrace* All ,, 23 E. 7$
SE'4 f ,
.
that I didn't want no by the JII'' of the
Eighth
go away Lucas. Butler then remarked: earnings as thg' basis for taxa- NW14 A NWH of SW'i S. of River. See 29. of Florida'In Judicial Circuit : acre*. aaaeased Brooklyn Land Co.

trouble. Then he said with an oath "I don't know for sure whether tion are objectionable the departmentsaid Tn. I. S. R. 21 E.. 40 ........ "....ed T. B. Circuit Court for Bradford Chancery County sitting., In th.1 Certificate No. 274 embrace 8W".'. of N'Et.
Handle In. 10 a. In NE cc,. A EMi of NW
: 'I'm going; to kill you. and pointed out that land values C on the 27th." day of June. A. D. 1884. In of \4..I NEW
Ben had a weapon or not. IIIS:; No. 62 em'rc.. All N' ME'4 I favor of Farmers A Demlera SWV4A SEH of SW'4 "se to In SEeon.

4, Lucas then made a motion that The state rested with this testimony include anticipations of further earnings 9.A ozt R. 21 E.. 40% S. of. River. Rae. ..0. f1 6, I ration. as complainant, and Bank against a corpo 1. J. 1 I Brooklyn.. Sea 24.Land Tz>.Co.8. S. R. 22 E.. 180 a assessed

Harris stated he construed to mean and Mrs. Usura Harris was the which may never be realized. C'rtttlcate No.acres 1011 e'nbracre ag'q'mod NEV 1. 9. of Handk.y.!IoW'4 Sterrieks The et ala.. .. defendants. I I Unless said certificates shall be rwl.emedaccording .

1 that Lucas was coming in the ma- first defense witness. She said her of NEt'. S..... IS. Tp. '. R. al E:. 10 .e.... offer for undersigned sale in front aa" Special of the Master Courthouse, will\ I I to> law. tax deed. will Issue thereonon
atHeased Barnard the Ith I
day of
MORE THAN 200,000 FORD) CARS A. O ike. August A. D. 192.
and the defendant door In Starke, Florida
chine to kill him during tha
husband had never mentioned Certificate No. 108' legal WitnesS my official signature
any emHricea S of SWVi\ I I and seal thIs
hours of
admitted his from behind SOLD AT RETAIL DURING MAY of SW'4 S.... 17 sale on Monday the 4th, day of 'the 4th day of July, A.
Tp. D.
: taking shotgun trouble between himself and Lucas aanesiiiNl, W. 7. 3. P. 2i E.. to .._. August. A. D. 1924, to the highest and .best 1924.
H. ".
Seals. W.
the wheel and shooting Lucas. and that she did not send Caldwell May was another 200,000 sales Certificate No. 1AI embraces WU, of EH of arty bidder situated for cash In the Bradford following County described Florida proo-" I I ('See.1)) Clerk Circuit ALDERMAN Conrt:

I "I shot in self defense," Harris after Harris and that she did not mention month for the Ford Motor Company, I It NEt. Tp., *t, S.Etc R. 22 of E.NWVt.60 acres of, assessed NE>4 See tinknnwn said pro .rity described In paragraph number I Bradford By C. A.County.KNIGHT Florida.

said brokenly. between the two one two and three to he auld aeparately, :
a dispute men making that month one of the highestin Deputy Clerk
1 The SWii of the :
The state's attorney then began when she was in the postofllce the day the company's history and completing Sec.' Certificate 29. Tp. No.A, S.IRS R.embrace 22 E., 40 NEt acres,( of assessed NW\\4 NEVi and NW4 of_(I:7-4-61-8-1

questioning the defendant and ho of the killing. three consecutive months In which M PO T. E. Underbill. -

stated, that his brother Andrew Harris Andrew Harris brother of the defendant domestic retail deliveries exceeded the Ortl(lento No. 184 embrace Com. 100 ft W. NOTICE

and two other had suld Lucas said Usura told him of nf NE cor of WIO;' of NW'4 of SEV' of NEIa Notice Is hereby' "gircn that' the following I described land. will 1 sold at
publia
I men 200,000) figure. run S. 24* ft.. W. 100 ft N: 24R ft.. on the FIRST MONDAY in AIYGUST, 1924, it being the 4th 1D"' auction:

hud threatened his life and du threats Lucas had made and that he The company announced here today sessed los ft. Richard to :hev: 'Kit 2H. Tp (I. S. R. 22 E.. Courthouse Door .t Stark.. In Bradford county. Stal. of Florido day 0.said.0 month much, thereof before the as

:nle.1 I saying that he would kill Lucas advised both Lucas and his. brother that 200,001 Ford cars and trucks Certificate No.Reynolds.201 embraces Iota 6, T. .E'I Cost will be 0' necessary such .1. to.nd pay.dv.rtltlnar.the amount due for axes Ht opposite the sm.. together. with the

'. if he was brought to him. Harris also I not to "bother each other." Usura were sold at retail in the United. 8 of blk. C., Rising add' to Stark In NW<4 C. A. FLITCH Tax, Collector.
NW' ,
: : nld that he believed Lucas always Harris declared the witness said States during :May and increase of B. asueiwed'e.g.. i'Pr.nth P.St..D See Hick 25... Tp. 8. S. R. I Description! .... T. R. A. Owner Tn"

carried a gun and that "by the look ,I that he would not hurt Lucas. unless 3,000 over the same month a year''' Certiflmte. No. 211) embraces SEt,( of NEM. I A__ eno'_n'._

Sec .1. l'n. 7. S. R. 22 P. 40 acres assessed I i Com inn ft' W of NE! coy of W4
i. C. ; .
c5ifl '
'
ago.The of NWU of SKVi of NEH A
run ,
-. demand for Fordson Tractors Certificate"No. 114 embrace* 2 A. In SW I S 248 ft W 100 ft N 240 ft E 100
I nor of R'4( of SWV4\ of SEI Tp. T. S. fttobeg _
both for industrial and agricultural --- --------------- 88 < S3 Richard
-
-- Reynolds .
R. 22 1': B acres aaaesaed Georgia. Johnson. Com 200 ft W. of NE!: eor of WV4 of ......______ 521fJeneva
purposes continues strong and retail Certificate$ No. 244 embraces All NEIof NWH of SE'i of NE'4' A run ft
sales for May average more than 300a HWi-1 N. of Il".. 1'1.' -. 1O. 'r,". 7. $. R. 22 E.. I 245 ft W 100 ft N 215 ft E 109

UJ S8 aer-m. assessed J. Hamp Jones. I ft to beg ._______________.__..__28 < tl : .
I I Towns .. "
.. ...
Certificate .____
q
day. No. 201 embraces lot 6 of blk LoU blk 1 original. town .__............... M. 8
.11) Monrea .__.__ '
In _____. ___ '
Hampton Ex. F.: 80. ft.. 1'1' ,.,. 50 2'j
I .00
Tp. 7. Lot 3 hlk 1
__ __
original __ .
'I l 9 It 22 K.. town _. ......... Mrs. Elmira Morgan\ __._______
auwsed W. O. Seals. I Lot 2 bIb 7 _______ S"l
original town _
r-- Unless said I __ _____ M... Eunica C. Canova ______
certificate shall) be 42 ir
redeemed n
Lot 7 blk 11 L. T. A Co' add _________
I according to law. ----- Frank Geiger _______________
lax deed will iasue, thereon 1807
Lot 12 blk 18 L. T.
___
A Co' add ___

"Ion the llth day of A"..II.t. A. D. 1924. I Lot 11 blk It L. T. _.. D. S. Wheeler FoOt __00______.___ 11.U"Mrs. .
Even Careful i Witness.." ofTieial .iwrtuoend. seal, this I Lots l-2-a-4-H-12-13.il A Co's blk 25 all-------L. T. ___... H. R. Alderman __________ 1 'J
the Oth day of July A. D. 1024.
A Co's add. .
------ --------- ----------- M... Frank
.__ __
O. W. AL.PKRMIN. loOt 7 blk 32 L. T. A Co's add ._________... Starling _____ 8.31
I (Seal I .. A. Howe ________ _______ '.
Clerk : M'
Circuit Court. --
loOt 4 blk 1 L. T. A Co's sub dlv ____
__..___.
John
Parker _______
__ _
___
__ .
Bradford Tountv. Florida., 5 :f
.. _
W'.bIk6L.T.&Coeabdiy .......
Calomel Usersare I Roe. _
Cox _________ ___
By C. A. KVIGirT. W-, Iota 1-2 A. all lots S A4 blk IT ---- -- Ti

711518.8VOT1CE Deputy ('I...... I W'.j lota 1-2 A all Iota 4 blk I 18

| L.T.&Co's.ubdiv --.hn_._________ D. P. Fnllham
_____
___ _
_
Lot 2 blk 81 L. T. A C..'. sub div ___________ }Faonl n 21 I
Lloyd __.___
Salivated OP 8U.B OP SHABFS' !' OF STOCK\: Lots 1 A 2 or E'-i blk 82 L. T. A ____.00___ :1
I
IV THE LAWTEY STATE DANK Co's Sub. dlv I ___......... LUlls .
Sander ______
A Corporation.TO I Lot* 1 A 2 or E''i-rbik8i-L. A __.--- 3.:

WHOM IT MAY CONCERN fVs ..____ _____. __
I ; sub div n _____........ Bam Ttson
_____.___ _
Notice is hereby given that ho..lnlf stock Lots 1 A 2 blk 84 L. T. A Co's subI .____.__ 5-'

Very Next Dose of Treacherous I holders.. owning and holding, the numberof I div. -n'n Cam' Tl'on ___.___
_._
__._
___
of stock as Hated below, in the Lawtey wj': "blk .19 A Co's sub div .____ lIT
Start Trouble I.h. Hank a corporation | "I''T -:::: R. M. Ellerson _____ IS i I
Drug may organized' and .. Ribs 37 A 38 A Co's sub div :..... A. 0. Jenkins __ Or or
under the laws of the State of Florida. | Bib 39 L .T. A Co' uh dlv or___u___.___. E. E. 11:< I
Snell\ ____
.___
who ___ .
,
ha\e neglected. or refuKed after three Li'ts 2 A 3 blk 41 L. T. A Co' sub. 81,9

Standard SiX mpntha notice to pay that certain I ___ ____ ___ _
assessment dlv __ ...._
Calomel I in "l1h""rOU8. It ealawat'you of F. E. *.a11 __ _
may Seventy-five blk.3LT __ 4_n |
per cent of the par value of Lot 3 A Co's sub div ::: ...3. Jnlln. 00. -
and make you lulfer fearfully from said stock on his or her share or .h.... of the 1 Rib 44 L. T. A Co's .ub dlv _________-____.... A. O Jenkins Rlltler u_ 2 1
._
soreness of tenderness, of ami Capital stock of sail Lawtey State 'NVjblk Ill L. T __n.u.n__.. v.14
frunw jaws Bank a A Co's .ub dlv ___....... H. G. .
swollen corporation aa provided. by law and Fegford _____________ .. _
teeth tongue and e ,ce,.si\i' made 0. Lota I A 2 ex W 50 ft blk 47 U T. -
cording to law." the Board of Directors. of the A Co' sub
div----------------------
: saliva dribbling from the mouth. Don't said Lawtey Stat. Bank FannIe McCall ________. _. -
C In the homes-on the streetsin a corporation will\ W 10 ft lot 2 blk 47 L. T. A Co'l .n
trtiat caloRIe It i ill mercury. ; quicksilver. sell a sufficient, amount of the Capital Stock sub dlv .._ __________.__ ______
-- -- -- France.
stores and offices everybody If you feel bilious. hea.laony. constipated of the following. stockholders at Publie Auo. Lot 1 blk 4.) L. T. A Co' sub div ________ Raymon Wllllama ______.__oo _
and all knocked out. just to lion on the ISIh day of August A. D. 1924. Lot 2 blk 48 L. T. A Co's sub dlv __________ Jackson __.n_______
is go at the .. Lucy English __________ ____ _
0 talking about then your druggist, and get a bottle of 1>0.1. Banking House of the Lawtey State I Lot 1 A WU, of lot S bib Temple B.<1J.
Hank a corporation at Lawtey. Bradford addItxita ____
__
w Buick Six-the Six that son's Liver Tone for a few cent which County. Florida, at ten o'clock a. m. on said I 1-2-.1-4- -bib- ---4--temple- --- add---.--__-_-_-__.______ H.. T. H.ekey' --___.______.--__ M 1
it a harmless, vegetable substitute for day and date. upon the failure of the follow. Lot 14 blk 29 Peek'i A. Shaver A o----------- II '
add ._. _____________
sets a new standard of quality !- dangerous calnmvl. Take a spoonful andif I ing, stockholder. or stockholders to make good Lot 1 blk 84 Peek'. add _.____.__________ H H S.5' Norman ______._u_._____ 1 I

I and price Throngs of it doonn't start your liver and I the deficiency or assessment made upon> his I, Lot S blk 15 Peeks add _._._______________ Mamie Norman. -____--.----___.- II
her
Marvlek
or said stock according law by the 18tb ____ 1
Iota --
n7blk C. Risings add _____.______ '-- -- -
into straighten you up better ami quicker (lay of August.. A. D. IviU. at ten o'clock a. .... Lots S A 4 or WI,i. blk 34 L. T. P. D. Hicks _____.___._________ -j
people are streaming than natty calornvl ami! without making S.... ., Certificate 0..... Na. ef Share Par
A Co'. sub dlv "_----._________._.__ ..
Alex
Buick salesrooms to it. you sick yon just go back and get and ..... Valae WH bill 41 L. T. A ('0'* sub div ____ .? Merriek _____hun._ 10
see your II?. Js S. 1824. Charles ? Hoover Bros. _
d, S. Hill Five .60000 One lot 105 ft square In SW cor of -_ _.______..00Eo
money. '8. Jan. 5. 192 Charles S. Hill. Five .MO.00 SW<4 of SWV( ____________28 I 2J
If you take ratnnu-I today you'll be 67. Aug. II. 11122. Frank S. Or'-- W. Drifr-rers .
Elgin. Flv. .900.00 Com at SW eon of Madiaon and Myrtle Est _____ _-Or
See sick and nauwaU'd tomorrow; besides, E. S. !MATTHEWS at. A run S 105 ft W Ins ft
it lor Yourself it may salivate vou while if you takervxhton'i J. W. ANDREWS 8 loll ft W 105 ft N 210 ft to

: Liver Tone you will wake up A. W. SMITH. Madison st. thenCe E on said stlobeg .

R. R THEDE. ___.___ _
_
: feeling preat. No ,salts Giveit n.Unoon U etz B. C A
ne-raanary. H. C. WIMBERLY. Corn 210 ft S of SW* C. S. Rolsendcrf .
of -
eor Madison -
to the children becauM It is perfectly Board of Directors. of the Lawtey State
.... A Myrtle st* A run S on
harmless and can not salivate Bank a _. raUon. Myrtle st 210 ft W 210 ft N 110
alleta1.NOTICR
ft E 210 ft to .bee In Gaskln'

Florida grapes have attracted at- OP APPLICATION: FOR TADEED: Com.dd 210. .ft-_W___of__-SW-___.ear____of._-Midi--____2t 8 Jl B. C.A C. S. Rolsendorf .. 00

tention. Northern brokers have beenin UNDCR: SECTION 71 OF THE
GENERAL STATUTES son A Myrtle .... A. ran W 210 ft
Florida cantracting for future to Wtmnrelnd at. thene 8 on
Notice la hereby s-lven that W. E. To........ said St. 420 ft E tit ft N 420 ft to
; crops Florida's grape acreage as yet purchaser of Tai Certificate No. 142 dated the .beg A deignted on map in Gas-

.- is not large but interest is being I day of July. A. D. 1522.1.. Died said bins add a. Clark 2 a bib ______2* ( tl B. C.
Lots 1-2-15-K 1 lea E 20 ft A I.(( a A C S. HolsmdrofO. ._ _
stimulated and it is that
--. thought witha I AN EXim-AEATIXO EFFECT In NE eor of SEH: of SEVi lea

ready market available the acreage A bottle of Herbino on the shelf at E 20 ft ______--___________-.2 g 8 H C. Sweat _. _
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will increase 8 a In SW ear of SE'4 of 8EH A -----
remarkably. homo i t. bke harm((5 A doctor in the house W. t a of SBVJ of SH __.___2* I M Mi I
-- aU the time. It fiyta Instant relief when On lot of land Z4D yds N A S V Torrrulla ------- -

LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY "BLOODSHOT EYES the digestion gets; out of order or the by 10 yd* E A W la SE coy of
HEM of 8E' _____
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bowels fail -------- M
3 M. Smith Ma .,. 'Are cured without pain In one day by to act. One or two doav U E'4 of NH of SE* of NE 4 .__.tt I St T. J. Alderman ___or.___ _.
naff Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion. No all that is necr-wnry to start thinira DUTTwg Lola 5 A I blk 82 .. M John's add _____ Mr. N. E. Mahoa ..

t Baker, Bradford Columbia and Union Counties other eye remedy in the world ai and restore that fine! fooling of exhil- On. lot ef land bounded N- by blk B. M. Sparknan. .
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cooling, healing and 'aration anj buoyancy of pints, which belongs 5lorigtownH&5byRywy
strengthening for Thompson St. ___.______ ._-.29 M
to health 1" --
'" weak eyes. Insist on having "Leoo- only perfect: 'EI 6Oo. Log 8-14 bib 11 L. T. A Co's *dd l.._____, R. M. 8prkmaa _____
,. When better automobile are built .Buick will build them ardj'i." It make strong erjs. At iSoUty Lota Lit blk 11 L. T A C.'. add ____-.__ N.C. L. Underbill ...00_

all dnJIra u., ALL DRUGSTORES Log 123blk ST Templeadd. .______ J. Alva Ensey ...h.
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AUGUST t, 1921.!) CRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA ___PAfiB THRBFhews
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i'I' j I sage; woman uses at !lenat some of the JOV-HOLDERS

; i i i "nir lIt! i.f ctminctici.\ mill! yet many
I. of Florida in Short Por.tgl'tlo/'s I FOR OVER 40 YEARS tnuinE- N ''lit the'.o womun are unaware of the Figures front) authoritative, sources
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---. --. '1UIIIIk.o'_..'" U--.. --... HAIX'8 CATARRH MEIMCINB has f <,1! finger they inv rumiuiK fiomHtuh assert that nearly1,000,000: la paid
ucnHfully In the treatment i out in th" nited! Status every year
boon u.ed
of Catarrh I I use I, to public offlcialH, active. and retired.
I | Live State News HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con- I I "There IB the pure mechanical obstruction These figures! are not surprising
RI.t.! of an Ointment which Quickly by creams, powders, amirouirv :
I I Relieves by local application and the ; when we know that nearly 3,500,000
'---.- "Exc7.l-----J Internal Medlclno. a Tunic, which art AsR1NSay 'K employed on the face. The persons arc on the public payroll, federal -
the Blood on the Mucous Surfaced -
through in skin intended
pores our were by
I Told by Our thus Twiuclnir the Inflammation. state and local.
Sold: by all aruKilBti. nature to serve an lubricating and ex-:
of the
one-half
w,. no... 110....",.. n"nnm..u..m."W".Hnmm= II\'m..."" '..'_... F. J. Cheney A Co. Toledo, Ohio. .rvtory ducts. If these are constantly 000 Nearly/ yearly by) our government.500OGU-!
--- closed off, the mechanical obstruction spent
: The Fort Myers city; I led by the Excessive rains during the past several alums goes to ofllcialu and former otllcJn:..
Fort Myers in bound
supreme court. She WMS weeks delayed for two weeks the "Bayer Aspirin"INSIST \ to injure any skill
has adopted plans fuchildren's ; indicted as "Then Every taxpayer should understandthat
planningboard an ai'j- i.ry Ivjfore the,, and of we have the specific vhoni-
ginning shipment the first
playgrounds.Fort fact to murder 1.! ii-al almost one-half of) his taxes !go
i :as tried !before bale. Unless' the action, depending In the first
see
the you to support omee-holdars.
principal felon in fie case had place on the susceptibility of the patient -
Pierce-St. Lucie county hank been tried and the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you On of Mussolini's) tint acts was to
supreme court held Miami-Work has started on clearing ; secondly, on the strength and
deposits show an increase this time of a half last! that this was contrary to law. the site for construction at the are not getting the genuine duration of the application, along dismiss 100,000 men from the publla

million dollars over corner of West Flagler and S. W with the character of the nostrum payroll.
safe
year. The total now is $3,183,825.: Tampa-The Tampa Business and Bayer Aspirin proved by Our trouble la the lob-holjur i* tho
First of the Sweetwater Hotel, a 15- applied, for example mercury, urnc-
Professional millions and ) by phy- backhono, of political
Women's Club has prescribe every party.
Bronson-L. L Johns, nominated at' gone story hostelry that is to cost $2,000- tile, paraphenylemltamin.
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the recent primary for sherlrf, has on record as favoring) an 18-yeai 000. Ths building will occupy a space $k fans for 24 years.epr. "In int!> American women spent John. tire the! currency In which! party
is
minimum thl
debt And
been commissioned for the unexpircc age for marriage in Florida. 50 by 240 feet, and will contain a totalof only .200.000,000 in the quest! for bvautvby lore paid. currency '
A Accept a iiillntfil.! San FrancivcoKxaniim'r.
term of Sheriff Walker, who has. re;- measure probably will be introduced 403 rooms. in addition to space on Q...., way of cosmetic path, while in at present. --
in the t:
I tired after 20 years' service. next session of the Legis- the ground floor for an arcade throughthe c.JJA.f U.iverwhichconuins ackaee: lOUl:! manufactures put nut $71>,000-) .
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to place a limit on the marriageable center with six: shops on either 000) more of cosmetics than in I'.MH. It i I" best to grade and pack your

TampaBrlgadll'rGe'neral' James age as a result of disclosure side. The second floor also Will' contain proven directions: Today the quetsion of beauty Ills and fruits and vegetable Buyers, apply

McKay, commanding) the Third Bri- recently made here in connectionwith a concourse, the lobby and six Unmtr 'I'.mr" I.,,,,,,, of 12 tablets dangerous' conditions. has become important tho axiom, "A chain l is no stronger
gade, U, C. V., Florida Division) has the marriage of an 11-year-old shops, while each of the thirteen remaining Alen! I liol-1, I 1.1 91:! nihl lull.Uruggista| enough to come before the than its weakest link," when buyinjr

i suggested October 21.23 as the date girl floors will have 31 rooms and v.,Mrln, ,I- r.. tni' mum ...r nnS.-r Minntnrluro contention of physicians occupied products.
It for the Florida Confederate reunion baths Tallahassee When the Florida) and of di4i> ." SUnSCItlllK: TO TilE TELEGRAPH
this
yeaf.PensacolaRichard diagnosis euro 118""
; State scribed ax instruments toward skin ills, !
College for Women opens the West Palm Ileach-R. L. McCarley, 3
Stearin, prohibition fall term, September 15 there chairman of the board of county commissioners homeliness, rather than auxiliaries of .,.

officer, saved himself when his will be the usual shortage of dormitory has called a meeting for beauty when! Prof. II. N, ,Cole, jiapociato \-

F clothes caught fire in a recent raid by space. Despite the fact that next Friday night at which consideration profeMsor-ordcrmafolo at Western -

j jumping into a creek. He hal seized a dormitory apace to accomodate 150 will be given to plans for completion Keari'vo university spoke[ before ,
[still and when it exploded his! clothes more /girls this year than last has I of the county's highways. At the convention of the American Medi- '

[caught fire.BartowThe. been provided, all available space for the meeting representatives of every i-al association. 1,23.4,5Still Years :
the term has been taken and officials : community in the county will be asked Prof. Cole deplored the increasinguse \
Polk County Fedora- now are at work locating homes in to express their opinions upon of cosmetics, which he said were
tlon of) Women's Clubs has scheduled the city for the increased attendance such projects oa completion of the always. harmful to the complexion,, a bung Car
la series of meeting durinig August to expected. I i cross-state highway in Palm Reach and revealed! statistics showing their

(create sentiment for a count v-wide | county from Uullglade to the Hendry consumption and) data on the prevalence -

(campaign for better health an.! its Tampa-Confession of John F. McDonald I I county line and repair and completionof of poisonous. substances in The Willys-Knight i is a car can keepand
[teaching in the schools. to his part as principal in the other roads. particularly in the many common beautifying agents. you

I1 is announced-;; here that holdup and robbery of) an American : Everglades: section "What was once considered. poor enjoy for ye.irs. A touring car with
Vero- Railway Express messenger! of $16- form is now the mode of the average all the thrill of! 42
I will be let here within a horsepower car you
contract
000 at High Springs, :May 15 I West Palm Iltach-Tho cast of the woman, ivrtainly in citien" he said.
maycause
[ day or two) for the erection of a three- lawyers who defended him to I state of Florida against Alton B. Car- "Most. wnnwn paint; all\ of them use can drive 50 miles ami more an hour,hour

;' story modern hptel to cost $300,000. 'I have to turn over to the express company ter, candidate in the recent primary powders cif different types. The ave- after hour-without over-h ...ting-with.
Efforts will be made to have the hostelry election for railroad commissioner,
$1,500 paid them by McDonald
ready for December 15. I for a defence. McDonald admitted, according I was not prosecuted here in trial out loss of power-without engine trouble

St. Augustine-Bonds of three mt-n to the authorities, that he I day, Carter having paid the face tOM'' . . without carbon cleaning without

giving their names as Edgar! Jones. J. I paid his lawyers out of money derived three alleged worthless checks. The I II
charges against him were based on'' ever needing valve grinding.
I Sideache ,
B. Sebref, and George Johnson,
Jacksonville failed, were to declared forfeited for trial Blair, 30 pro- I and other costs. Following this action, I II The Willys-Knight sleeve-valve engine is
when they appear Backache
here. They were arrested on lIqu.rcharges. prietor of a garage here, is in a seri communication was held with Sheriff i II the most powerful engine of its sue ever
of Duval who is said
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I Dowling county I II
ous condition at a hospital as the result "
1 have been Car-
hold six warrants for Car- taking built and the and the
of) a knife wound sustained when to separate ,, dui Mrs LillU quietest- only

Tampa-This city has outgrown) its he was attacked by a negro! according I ter. A deputy sheriff from Jacksonville i I of take Providence, Doltonl type of engine in the world that actually '
present firefighting equipment and is to tho report of the affair! madeto was said to be enroute here to got down in had health and
to get a new fire alarm system, three the police. Blair said he was walking claim Carter. I' lost in weight until I only (Improves with use. It is common for .
stations and three modern along a street with his wife whena The weighed 120 pound I had t
new fire railroad Willys-Knight owners> to 50,000
I Tallahassee state II bad pains In my sides! and report
"pumpers," according to plans being negro insulted her. He knocked the commission has received word from back and my l legs hurt me miles and without
formulated by Fire chief John B. negro down, it was< reported, and the ; the interstate commerce commission II until I bedlthatf theltime I more spending a cent

Holton and his assistants. negro/ regaining/ his feet, drew a of suspension until November 12 I stayed in fqr repairs on the engine.
knifes ind stabbed Blair in the chest. thePacific i I tried all kinds of medicine, .
Bartow-Highest bidder for the The negro) escaped. commodity rate increases from I but It did m* no &ood.d .
$124,000 bonds. for paving issued by coast to points in Florida" I Finally I tried D

this city waft Caldwell & Company, of Webster-In keeping with his record south of the Hi Kivor-Junction-Jackson-. I
firms bid. The ville lino, proponed by transcontinental \tVILLYSKNIGHT-
Nashville. Twenty-nine of a number of years, J. C. Get-
bonds are secured by havim tertifliaU zen, a banker of this place shippedthe carriers to tcconie effective July'' : :
j 25:: : The increases would range from CARODI
liens property
upported by on first bale of cotton /grown in Florida
adjoining streets. to be paved t and the southeastern states thin :, 8 to fdper cent, it is stated. A date'
is to be fixed for) a formal hearing on
I The bale weighed 400 pounds '
Gainesville City council has authorized season. I' the matter at which the Florida ,-", n-
and to Savannah broker -
shipped a
the calling of a bond election' was 1 mistiioners will undertake to show I II : The Woman's Tcnlc :
who will auction it off there, after -
to pass on an issue. of $366,000 for which it will be sent. to the New I that the proposed increases are Unwarranted "It "e<%mi ice!Ilt ,did! me good { $1195 j
to take place of and unreasonable. The
civic improvements the first. After I
York cotton exchange and the Liverpool I Q from very II I
the bonds. voted last year and which exchange for the same purpose.A I rates would apply, to tralllc in both hail taken half a bottle 1 noD -
was declared by the city attorney anda tli ructions.! tlced an i in pro ement. I continued II
New York bond expert to be invalid. TONIC its: aw and,) I got better -
I,| EXPERT UAKNS:' ALL WOMEN: I IB and b tt"r. The pains In U. I
Palatka-An ordinance has been introduced Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic: restores AGAINST USE OF COSMETICS my 1"10.. iiinl Hides "ti, -
sara
in city council to provide for' Energy and Vitality by Purifying and --- .trod! tII il I I begin' to ( n Quigley-Overlancl Company
Claim) Increasing. Employment: Harm I Ii weif.l until! I w. nth
commission. It will be composedof I Enriching the Blood. When you feel its ,! in Plow
a park :i Cuulplexlnn l I I H 1 lr!>!, pounds! nnl, feel. | better STARKE, FLORIDA
the mayor, city manager, secretary I strengthening, invigorating effect: see how than I ever did! In my life tB
of) the Chamber of Commerce, president It brings! color to the cheeks! and how I Chicago, III.--CusmetK"- wee. > .de.. urn pTfertly \ ,,11 tint Htrnrjr. .

of the Woman's Club and I live it improves the appetite, you will then -- ------- I 1 Iltvu KAcn it to my girls, 1III mfD4xammt IIIIDIDIDI1JDCJlCIUIDWa'taaJII"c( ) : .10Ct Ct0h9m01C1: tffiC1IDt am1r.1am1llt: 'I
others to be named by the city com- I appreciate its true tufilc value.Grove's SAFE D too." g r
1---- irlul! )has TtHr vcd
I : rn nykind
mission. Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
1I qSimSLEWISEYEWATER of pains and ill tru.II
I Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So ''I
O'JTr1 hv
Information) from the 'Inc lynpfoml ( reD -
Daytona-of health has been received pleasant even children like It. The blood 1I I m,ile t double. It uh'mld' help II
state board that needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to you, too, !inh name way. 4
by city officials of Daytona Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and Why not give ft a fair trial .
tourist catjips in Florida operating Grip germs by its Strengthening Invigorating a Iq,
contrary to regulations after October Effect. 60c. I Dalla..nall I i Decimal Tabulator is a Part "
health menaces
1 will be condemned as I
and al: campers therein ordered to -&

move on. of All Models ;



Age three-fourths Tallahassee-The{or state purposes of) a mill Florida for)lower 1921 tax than will mill-\ be it u. S. Royal CordsBALLOON I .l.Cbattpk5tus. i ir r,I

was in 1923, it was disclosed by Gov.

Cary A. Hardee, in a statement fixing .
for this year at 103-4 -
the pillage
mills as compared with 11 1-2 mills : BALLOON-TYPE HIGH PRESSUREBuilt \

last year. I of Latex-treated Cords .>

Bartow-The Polk county commissioners -

have called an election to beheld
Friday, August 1, at which the RGHT now the user of Royal Cords Is I

freeholders of what is known as the by a development in tire

Bartow-Lake Wales road and bridge building that in anywhere from three to five ;

district will vote) for or against an years ahead of the industry as a whole I

issue of road improvement bond Latex-treated cords. I The decimal tabulator is an inbuilt part of all
750000.

aggregating Everjclado/ -Collier county has voted The Latex Process, which gives so much y L. C. Smiths and is furnished at no additional

favorably; on an i issue of $3iO,000 added strength and wearing qual ity to Royal I expense.

In bonds.! Of the amount $275,000 will Cords, was invented and patented by the "

be used in the building of highwaysand makers of United States Tires. The decimal tabulator saves time and insures

two $75,000 out of for the refunding.ninety-three Eighty-votescast It wilt undoubtedly supersede all other accuracy. As many columns can be written on

in the election went for thebond", methods.
the sheet as arc desired. The keys are locatedin
the issue.
while eleven were against You can get the benefit in Royal Cord

Richard Sheffield, 3.), a High Pressure Tires of all sizes from 30 x 3'/a the keyboard, easily accessible and requiringno
Pensacola-
white man now confined in the county inches up, in Royal Cord Balloon Tires change of the regular operating position of

jail, was notified) by the authoritiesthat for 20 and 21 inch rims, and Royal Cord

his wife had died at an early hour Balloon-Type Tires that fit your present the hands.It .

from) the effects of a beating which it wheels and rims. I
Is alleged Sheffield administered July is invaluable in billing and tabulating.Send .
the husband is said to have And you can get it now.
when
13,
lost his temper after a dog killed one for free illustrated catalog.

of their chickens. United States Tires

Tallahassee Judgment of the ere Good Tires I 41L L. C. Smith & Bros,; Typewriter Co.
in the I III
circuit court for Volusia) county II I
case of) Rosa Tedder has been revers- II Executive Offices :: : SYRACUSE;N. Y.

CiriLDBEX'3 FATAL DISEASES: i. 120 West Adams Street, Jacksonville, Florida

Worms and parasites in the intestmer.of
children undermine health and so Trade N.rk
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weaken their-vitality that they are unable 17.S. Tire from
child, We. Buy
fatal to
to resist the diseases 80 J. W. ANDREWS Jr.
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The sale course is to PTe a few doses oWhite's ) ,
It
It destroys
Cream Vermifuge.
the worms without the itaht.; STARKE, FLORIDA
and expels
of the .
the health or actmty
e t injury to 1 '
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Minnie Ogden, Buna Graves and Viola : last Monday for Long Branch, Clay companied by her brother Dr. Gid day and were guests of Mr. and Mi-?.

.. Starling, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry county where they will make their! Parrish, of Ocala.A W. M. Hodges.

> Thoy Dyal and family spent Sundayat future home. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Miss Eunice Addinson, of Starkewas

i Rock. Rev. N. T. Kind who has been for F. Rivers July 24th. the !guests of the Misses }Hodge::

Mr. and) Mrs. Buryan Dyal of several weeks in Trenton returned this :Mrs. J. R. Chastain and children of Thursday.

[ f County News ItemsIsa4 Sampson, spent Sunday with Mrs P. home here last Tuesday. Eau Gallic, are visiting relatives and II. T. Parnell has returned burr C
M. Dyal. Miss Eva Williams spent the week- friends here this week. from a visit in JackaonvWa.:

Mrs. L. L. Smith and sons, Mr. and I end with her cousin.Mrs. Wm. Reynolds J. B. Padgett, J. C. PresterAlbert Among those who 'pent Sunjiy at

...tin4 fact Gathered During tN Week br Our Mrs L. R. Byrd and children, of of Waldo. Mizelle, Rep Rosenburg, Clarence Keystone Heights were Misses Jo s'. :
H Hampton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Miss Thelma Sullivan, of Thressa, Roberts and Eldred Duncan who have Wiggins, Irma Andrews und Ivi
Correspondents.:
Regular Mrs. E. J. Murrhee. visited her grandmother, Mrs.I.. P been attending the encampment at Hodges.W. .

Miss Ruby Dyal is visiting relatives Sullivan last Sunday. Camp Johnston returned Sunday. .T. M. Hodges, B, F. Renfroo andR.

--.- in High Springs. J. E. Toney, of Lake City is looking C. Pelester was one of the tugler'sfor J. Turner motored to Starke :atur-
I I after his real estate here this week the .
; I LAWTEY Mrs.: J. C. Raulerson and children BROOKEK camp. day.
1 HurKuret and Margaret and Miss Lee Clayton, from Alabama is a Mrs. Ellsworth C. Harper and Misses Alphie, Minnie and Rosa

::1 Lawtcy August 1-Mr. and Mrs. Addie Mae Raulerson and Bill Dekle, I. Brooker, August 1-Mr. and Mrs. I visitor here this week. lIe spends a daughter, :Miss Lois, who have been Hodges attended the annual meetingat

,t ( Isom I Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Osteen uf Lake Butler, visited friends here 0. G. Strayhorne, of Jacksonville, part of every summer here and has spending a few weeks in Lake Butler Rock Sunday.
and daughter and Miss Lorene Carter, 'I Thursday afternoon. spent the week-end here with. their friend here who are glad, to see him. returned to their home in Sanford Eugene Crosby, of Brooker visited
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of Plant City, Mrs. Bryant Reddish, W. S. Nabb left Sunday for Jack parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. ,, J. J. Gilliard and wife are the happy Saturday. friends here Sunday.
t of Jacksonville, and George Prescott, sonville.Mr. A. I). Crosby and little nephew parents, of a new daughter who arrived Mrs. J. E. Harper and Miss Amelia Lonnie Parker and 'rank Ilartrlt!,

of Avon Park were guests last week and Mrs. W. II. Smith and children I Bobby, of Jacksonville Is spending awhile July the 18th. Harper left Saturday to visit relativesand of Pine Hill were In our section! Sdti r-

;:,: Of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish.I' Docha and Hogan, Jr., and W. here with friends and relatives.Mr. :I John Hagan, of Stewart is visiting friends in Plant City, Lakelandof day.Messrs
'.* S. Nabb motored to Earlton Beach I and. Mrs. Lem Col onof Mt. friends and relatives here this week. other ylaces of South Florida. Cephus Harrell ruff Ralph,
,
Mrs. G. W. Reberts returned homo Thursday evening. Dora, spent the week-end here with Mrs. T. J. Thomas and children They will return in about two or three Hazen, of Brooker were -Isito.-s: here

Sunday from DelHIV! where she spent Joe S. William, M. Varnes and C. friends and relatives. I Herbert and Lorene, are the guests of weeks. Saturday.Miss .
several weeks with her Mr. I Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Aileen
parents Knight, our assistant
I A. Johns and Miss Ethel Varnes were P. S. Colson spent Monday at Lake Lotty Groover, of Brooker
.. and Mrs. J. II. Tatum. visitors to Starke Wednesday. City with his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. O. Haynes. post misteress, is visiting this -veck in I visited friends here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. D. and children Jessie
Mrs. R. A. Thomas and daughters, John Colson.Mr. Pry Bunnell. :
Mrs. Same Reddish returned home Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins motoredto
last week from Jacksonville where she Clyde Nell and Lucile, of Palatka and Mrs. E. M. Hazen spent I here Ruby last a/id Pearl spent a few hours Mrs. Jane Knight is visiting in Lake Macclenney Sunday and were
Monday. enroute
They were
spent a few days here last week guest Thursday in Starke. City.
pent three weeks with relatives. guests of friends.
for Wildwood after visit with relatives
: a -
Mrs. Millie is
i of Mrs. S. E. Jones. Gainey spending a
Mrs. R. L. Hannan with a party of Bob Thomas and Mr. Cooper, of few days in Dukes with friends and I at Live Oak. NEW RIVER Dan Porter, of Palatka visited

friends, of Jacksonville, spent a few Waldo, were visitors here Friday relatives. .I Rev. Windham preached at the New River, August 1-Gerald Ad friends here Sunday.

days here last week. afternoon. Misses Lottie Gainey, Leta and Cola Methodist church last Sunday. kins motored to Macclenney Thurs- JUST IN. TIME
W. H. Smith Dogan Nabb and JoeS. Fogg and Mr. David Durban spent Mrs A. G. Dyal and daughters. day afternoon.Mrs. .
Jones returned Paddy (Waking up at 2 a. m. ) :
Harry and Graydon Thelma and !Marie, spent the week-em
I home last week from Fort Myers Williams motored to Starke Sun- Sunday in Gainesville. with Mrs. Dyal's mother, Mrs. Wiley L. Conner and daughter, Lula "Muvver: tell me a fairy story."
a where they spent several weeks with day.L. Dr. Biggs, of Starke was'a visitor Jones. Mae, of Hasting, have returned home Mother: "Daddy will soon be in
I L: Johns was a visitor to Earl- here Monday.
after visit here with "
a relatives. then we'll both hear
Pearl Blount. dear one.
Mrs.
their mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones have returned -
ton Beach ThursJay. Mrs. L. H. Futch, of Lawtey is Miss Minnie Hodges is visiting -

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children of I Sorry to report little Guss Thomas spending a few days here with friends visited from Mrs. south Jones'Florida where they friends in Brooker. No"Worms a Healthy Child wAll

Starke, ware visitors at the home of is contined to his home with mumps. and relatives. sister. Donald Adkins, of New Syrmna, and children troubled with Worms have an Unhealthy -
Mr. and :Mrs. Inman, roprcacntalives color which Indicates blond and
Mrs. J. W. Forsythe and son, Roy is poor aa e
,f Clarence
E. Edwards Friday
Mrs. M. Adkins of Starke visited' there
BRADFORD of strout's Agency, were business rule ta more or lena stomach disturbance
while here with friends
spending a friends here
Wednesday. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC gives regularly
Mrs. A. L. Taylor is spending! a few and relatives. visitors here last Tuesday.WOODLAWN for two or throe weeks will enrich the blood improve -
Bradford August 1-!Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johns11'.
weeks with her mother in Cottonwood, Bill Blakley, of Starke spent Monday and the UUeatioD and act ar a General Strength
W. M.: Andruu ana Mrs C. M. Mrs. M. T. Thomas Tonic .
son, Mr. and Mrs. W mine to tha whole system. Nature .iJllhen
Alabama.Mrs. Andreu and daughter, were visitors to here. J. Johns, of Starke motored here Sun- throw off or dispel the worms,and theChlld will be
the seat Mrs. Emma Fouler, of Starke, spent I Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Phillips returned -111-- .... In perfect beaJta. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
Francis Wiggins, of Jacksonville county Friday
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the week-end here. > to their home
in Miami Monday
the week-end here with Messrs. Sanders and Adams, of
spent
Mrs. T. P. Ward and family left after ,
spending two weeks here the -
Starke in section last Mon I
her mother, Mrs Louise Lowery. were our 1 -
for Jacksonville and
Saturday Tampa, guest. of relatives. \
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffls motored Mulcorm Harrell has accepted a other points where they will visit. Miss Mozell Browning! of Jackson I

i to Gainesville Friday. position' as collector and deliverer for They expect to be gone about a month. ville spent Sunday with her parents,

s. Hart Furniture Store in Starke.W. Rev. Butler, of Dukes, filled his Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning '

I Mrs. William Reddish, of Water M. Harrell is on the sick list regular appointment here last Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Isham Reddish, of
Oak visited her daughter, Mrs. It. I{. day and Sunday.Jim Plant City are spending a few days What Is Your
this week. We wish him a speedy re- Aim In Life ?
Thede, Friday. Reynolds, of Graham spent vacation here with relatives.Mr. .

covery.Mr. Priesof Starke motored Tuesday here.A. ; and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and
Mrs. R. M.Tracey spent a few daysin ,
A. E. M. G: W. B. F. and F. C.
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Jacksonville last week with rela through our section Saturday.Rev I mother Mrs. D. L. Phillips spent Sun-
tives. C. C. Butler, of Dukes passed Hazen and families spent part of last day in Starkethe guest of Mr. a* d Whatever your purpose may be you -
week at Earlton fishing and bathing. Mrs. A. O. Strickland.Mr. .
through here enroute to Brooker Sat
want to be able do
"Miss Eunice Dinkins returned home urday. Among those from other places I Z. T. Goodman, of Madison, was to what you start out

Sunday from Bushnell), where she hag N. G. Hayes, Sr. was in Worthington coming here to attend the annual visiting friends here Saturday.D. to do; you want to enjoy doing it andYOU'LL
been spending a few days with rela- ono day last week. meeting at Rock Saturday and Sun B. Browning was a business ,

s tives. Malcoum Harrell spent the weekend day were: Messrs. Louis and Osie visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. NEED MONEY TO AS-

with homefolks. Sheffield, of Vero, Summer Law, of Miss Edna Browning is visiting
Mrs David Durban and children, D. Dukes and family, of Worthington Fort Pierce, Lee Dukes, of Jackson- relatives in Jacksonville this week. SIST YOU.

.. Miss w Laura and Mildred, Mrs. B. E. passed through here enrouteto, ', vine, Elder Mathia, of Vero, J. J. Rig- Misses Beatrice Phillips and
ICurlee, and Edi Durban\ were visitors- Pine Hill Sunday. ** don, of Heilbronn, and many others.T. Gladys Norman left for Miami Monday Definiteness of aim and a clear cut

to Starke Tuesday. Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, passed C. Hazen is being relieved at the where they will spend some time
logical the
this week Mr. Gilson. the of relatives. plan being two essential factors
J. W. Andrews Jr., of Starke, wa through here Sunday. depot by truest -
transacting business in Lawtey the Mrs. L. A. Andreu and family Several people from here enjoyed Misses Debbie and Beatrice Phillipswas in accumulating the for

first of the week. motored to Jacksonville one day last bathing at Hampton beach Wednesday visiting relatives in. Starke Fri- money your

week. among them being Mr. and, Mrs. day afternoon' purpose why not start in now and makeuse
Miss Carol Allen and Carl Dinkins, I I I. W. Pinholster, Miss Nona Colson
of Bushnell, were guests last week of ZIFF and others. FIVE MILE of our Savings Account? No other

:'r Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dmkins. Ziff, August 1-Mrs. J. E. Andrews Birthday Party Five Mile, August 1-Mr. and Mrs, plan so definite so logical, so easy to use,

Mrs. \I. L. Loadholtz visited rela. and daughter, Lizzie and }Mr.. and Mrs. I Thursday evening Miss Nona Col- Dekle visited her parents, !Mr. and safe.Bradford

tives in South Florida last week. Fred Andrews and little son, of Lake son entertained with a birthday party Mrs. W. D. Dukes, Sunday. so .
I Mrs. B. L Duke is the sick list
Butler, spent the weekend here with on
I Iin honor of her uncle, G. B. Colson,
Mrs. G. T. Pearce is spending: a few relatives and friends this week Her friends wish her a
Ithe occasion being his forty-first
days at Kinsley lake with her daughter :Miss Ellen Howard spent the weekend | birthday. Porch and music speedy recovery.W. .

t' I Mrs. L. II. Hill. here with her friend :Miss Opal were enjoyed until games a late hour after I H. Dowling spent the week-end County Bank
in Lake Butler.
Mr. and l\1rs."TiJ. Dye, and J. B. Lewis. which refreshments consisting of ice .
Miss Ophelia ant, Rosa )Hodges, of I Mr. and Mr,. Richard Glover were
Sat- and cake served. The
Jr., of Jacksonville, were guests cream were
Clients. of Mr. and !Mrs. Ardell Established
week-end here DrawdySunday.
New River spent the I 1889
urday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. guests then played several more
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and attended the annual meeting I :
M. Ulanchard. i games and at a late hour departed for
meeting over at Rock. Miss Norma Dekle left Tuesday for "Bradford ,
I home wishing !Mr. Colson many more .I County's Financial Stronghold"i
Sheriff W. J. Epperson, of Starke Lesley and Roy Green and Lee happy birthdays. The invited guests Rome Ga., where she will enter probation !

WAD a business vi mi tor here Friday. Crave, of Pine Hill were in our sec i were$ : Misses Clara Cone, Stella :Mae for a registered nurse at Hnr-

tion Sunday afternoon. I and Florence Ward, Opal and Ella I hin Hospital. i I
t L. D. Doman, of Jacksonville, spent Carroll Atkinson and Walton ;Mr. and Mrs. James Pnrri"h, R. S.
! :Mae Hazen Mona and Leila
several days here last week with rela I Parrish and family attended the
r Youngblood, of Brooker were greet- Kunie: Hazen, Nona Colson, AndreWS'j annual I .
I tives. ing friend here Sunday afternoon. meeting at Rock Primitive Baptist
l win, Leata Osteen, Lottie _. .
1lIs"lIullie\ ]Hodges, of New River church Saturday and Sunday.Mr. - _. -
Jack Brlgics of Jacksonville, was Inincy; Messrs. Howard Dorsey
t. l is the week hero with and Mrs. Claude Renfroe wore
fl transacting business in town Wednes spending :, r'ephuH Harrell, Ralph and Marvin "
friends.. shopping in Lake Butler Friday.
I Hazen Livingston and Wilson Russ.j
} day. Miss, Rhoda Thomas who has beenin Harvey Baxter Orville Ward, and Romle Richardson of Long Brain, l

t Misses Eva Durban 'and Dorothy Dnytunii halO returned home to visit Troy Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.i I I'I was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. IINSURANCE

I. Curiae are spending\ a few days with : her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hazen, :Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. Colson, and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy are

I relatives in Green Cove Springs.Moselle Thomas. I'I Mr. and Mrs I. W. Pinholster, Mrs.G. spending this week with his mother, us before building
Mr. and Mrs Ervin Dyal, of Graham D. Colson and the honor guest Mr. Mrs. Mattie Drawdy, who is quite ill. your new houseor
I ( t, MISS Browning, of Jacksonville spent the weekend here with G. B. Colson. Her friends hope she will soon regain remodeling the old one and we shall
here with her
Sunday
spent
friends. her health.
I : parents; Mr. and Mrs B. D. Browning! Lewis Shriver motored to Starke tell you how to secure the lowest insur-
c I Monday. .
GKA1IAM LAKE BUTLER
: .i: V. R. Reddish jeorne Anderson and) A. L. Green attended to business ance rates.

) Jack Howe were visitors to Palatka Graham, August 1-;Messrs. L. G. in Starke Monday.\ Lake Butler August 1-An ice'' Agency Established 1886

I iF I Friday afternoon. Harry, Dewey and K. B. Murrhee, i -- cream supper was given by the Sunday I'
HAMPTONi :
were visitors to Starke Monday. J l I school of the Christian church J. R. DAVIS I & CO

Miss\ Dorothy Tracy is visiting Mr. and :Mrs.. I.. (>. Barry and :i Hampton, August 1-Mr. and MrsR. ''Ia't Thursday evening, the site selected ::

relatives in Macclvnny daughters, Thelma mid DOl'othy,8rent L. Brit and daughter, Evelyn, and for the .supper being on the hanksof .-.- ,
Miss Flora Brown returned to her Tuesday at New River and Starke. :Mrs. J. P. Sullivan motored to Starke our pretty little lake lyinsr northof

home in Way cross, Ua., the first of Mr. and !Mrs. Dock Billiard and son, last Saturday. the city. There were quite a number -. r.

\. the week! alter spending two weeks Clyde, who has spent the past two | Mrs. W. E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, present and an enjoyable evening SASH
winters at Kendall are here visitingher Those attending I BRICK, LIME
here with relatives. was a visitor here Tuesday morn- spent. arc anticipating LUMBER
parent. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. i: ing. She was on her way to Columbia having another one some time in DOORS CEMENT

I : Mlaa Pearl GrilTIs is spending a They will leave in u few days for county where she will visit friends and, August. BUILDERS HARDWARESHERWIN

; ". few days in Jacksonville as the guestof Pompano, where he has purchased a relatives.

! !Mr. and Mrs. McVeigh. truck farm. I :Mrs.\ B. Johns, is visiting friends in Tire Destroys Home of J. Bryant Everything,
fowling Near Lake Butler. ,
WILLIAMS '
Mrs. and of
Wesley Dyal children i
!Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow; and daughters Dmsmore this week. She will visit inJacksonville \ for
Early Saturday morning the pretty '
High Springs spent the past two PAINT. "':' \
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Ruth and Mary Ella, left Sunday weeks here visiting relatives and before her return. little country home of J. Bryant Dow- KYAN1ZE ', ,\ Building j
:Mrs. Lee Parker of is ,
for New York where they will friends. They returned home Saturday I Campville ling wan destroyed by fire, only two VARNISHES :, end \
the of her father B. Johns, this 5'
t Join Mr. Goodfellow. They will remain I| guest trunks and a mattress being saved. Repairing j
I week.
i in the North several months Mrs. Bertha Johns and children of Baptist Church Directory. The fire occurred about one o'clock. CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY\
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Origin of fire not known. The loss is ,
Jacksonville is visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. M. Bryan and son, Wesley Winning Other to Christ.
M 4., were visitors to Starko Monday. Mrs Bobie Surrency. t |i Sunday school at 10 a. m. Subject-. about $1,000 partly covered by iniur STARKE, FLORIDA ,

:Mr. and :Mrs. Lige Strickland, of Preaching at 11 by Pastor. ance. ,
W. A. Jones, of Theressa was in Nicholas, have moved here and expect B. Y. P. U. at 7:45: p. m. SubjectThe Quite a little storm visited our sec ,

town Monday on business. to open up a grocery store in Christian Citizen. tion last Saturday. Rance J. Andrews

Mack Howard came home from a few weeks. Preaching at 8:30: by pastor. who lives about three miles west of

Jacksonville and spent Sunday with Miss Bunie Graves, of Starke Prayer meeting Tuesday at 8:30.: here had the misfortune to lose two GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY

his family. spent the week-end here visiting I Miss Estelle Hobby is; the guest of I i horses and) a mule when the lightning!
friends. | her aunt. Mrs Iva Bowden of Macon .I struck his stables tearing one of the INMAN & RITCH

Mr. and Mrs W. II. Edwards and 1 I Misses :Mattie and Minnie Oeden i this week. I corner posts out. The lightning also REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING

+ children spent Sunday at Kingsley Bunie Graves and Mrs Gladys Was-; Mrs. M. L. Andreu and daughter,I killed a turkey and some chickens in INSURANCE COMPANIES;

Jake. din, were visitors to Crocker Friday' Gladys, are the guests of Mrs. An- the yeard. I ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE FIRE

SAMPSON: CITY afternoon. ;! drou's parents, Mr. and :Mts. T. Mrs: Plummer Moore and son, ; BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS .

LeLand Dukes of St. Petersburg, Haira! M'I Cecil, of Miami were the guests this I
Sampson City, August 1-Mrs. II. spent the weekend with his aunt, :Mrs I Math Warden, of Graham, was week of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dowlingand MADE PROMPTLY
business visitor here this week. I I family. :Mrs. :Moore is the sisterof
E. Tillman and children, Eva. Eugene, C. B. Roberts. j jMr. -
Dr. O. W. Clayton and Mr. Wills, of Mrs. Dowling. -
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and Dorothy, of Gainesville, spent I and Mrs Ritchie :Milton, of Ft. Payne Alabama are guests of i "COULD BEHEB FEiTILJZEB BE lADE ,0
I Mrs Max Wilson fend two children IE WOULD lUKE n"
Starke motored here Saturday after
of Mrs. Clay-
Sunday afternoon here guest Hotel Hampton thin week Dr. ,
B.for. buying.
of Ocala ass MX a.w April
were visiting relatives and prlru.t .( .. .
noon. I :
t S. E. Johns. I ton Is looking after his real estate ; BRANDSw.lc.. bas k_ U. 8t..-. "SIMON. i."l see GI
friends,. here this veek. She was ac- "" .f Quality ,.. .
O. W. and I ....... u. put '"* ,. with
I Dyal daughter: Mrs. here. PUrtta Prt always ?,.!. Quality ? *.s
Mrs. R. L. Crown and little daughter. essdd.nd,. sot .11. .... ..
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Milliard t. .Ita. ss"e
spent Sunday with Truby Mrs. W. R. Jackson left last Mon- j AIM prio II.' .t la..etld4e.. S"..,....
Marie, returned Sunday to her Dyal, at Sampson. p i day for Macon where she will visit To Cure a Cold, 'In OIM Day .... la BOW randy writ at aa... D..tera and Dta. 1124 .&...-

home in Jacksoville after a visit here Mr. and Mrn. C. B. Roberts and i iMm relatives and friends. j T.b LAXATIVE. Cooah" and BROMO Hradach QUINlNt and; (IT.work_*off.) th ItMofWth E 0. Pairier F ertiJiaer] .co.

with her sister, Mrs. W. II. Smith. : Edna Dukes, Misses Mattie and N. C. Wainwright and family left Cold E yTCROVES s.ssanro. s.cb bus. Me. ---- -- --- --- .- Jackseavlik FUN'
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I I A. A. Durden of Hampton, was in suspended during the month of Au -
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Starke Wednesday. gust. There will be a rally\ of all the / -
I young people in September. Evening V !
Bits of Local @ Mr.\ and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan spent worship at S :00, New powerful lamps 4'--- 1d .'O-- i '
Wednesday in Jacksonville.II. have been aocimul for the ster.opti-j' ,
-- I'on. and on Sunday! night there Will I 3 tj rtt -
litJorinalioiiConcerning E. Lagergren is in Polk county be an illustrated sermon on Pilgrim's
this week, doing surveying Progress. Mtny new slides have come: I II
Our from New York, and, part of these'' I
People Business ando
I S. R. Johns and family are at will shown. Some of the pictures of I II
Progress in the County and Town. Kingsley lake for vacation.. the characters depicted! in the Allo- !

I I goryare worth seeing, ; and while they,I I

; Ii. -" "' ** *i I I II Little Miss Evelyn Stump ia in make one laugh, they are true to :. / t t 'wrilr' ""- .:
I I Brooker visiting little Miss Iris life. It will be interesting.. to see them, ;
i I W. J. Epperson spent 1 Tuesday in : Mrs., Roy Turner and daughter is I Brown.Dr. and then try to recall the people youhave I wrI tL ,1r', : i i1 s... .
Jacksonville.L. I II visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. seen who resemble these l'harac-I _

I I B. Johns. and Mrs. J. It. Carrodine, of ters. Should the weather permit, and !I
:M. Gray was a business visitor to Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Wed! is warm the services will be conducted
Gainesville Tuesday. I Mr.\ and Mrs. C. V. Simpson and nesday. on the church lawn. Come in auto- i

children, of Gainesville, spent Sunday mobiles, should you desire, and park- I I I
Misses Olive and Amelia Ray spent I with !Mrs. Simpson's mother Mrs. Charlie Johns, of Dunnellon, spenta ing will be arranged so that all may I
Tuesday in Jacksonville. Josephine Edwards.. .1 few days of this week in Starke see the screen and share in the service. O

with relatives.
Russell Daniel is at Kingsley lake *ides Jewell Swindle, of Lakeland, METHODIST'
visiting Eugene :Matthews.Col. who is a student at the University
SPECIAL PRICES ON TIKES: Sunday school at ten o'clock every
summer school, spent the week-end
AND TUBES. SMITH'S GARAGE
D. E. Knight was a professional with Miss Ethel Griffin. Sunday morning
visitor to Palatka Thursday. Next Sunday there will be preaching -will come in on time if you so will it. You
Miss Katherine of Lake
: Epperson, [
at 11:00: a. m. by Rev W. F.
Nothing is more cooling and refreshing Butler, was a guest last week of Miss and you alone steer its course-and its arrival
Dunkle presiding elder of tho Jacksonville
i Mrs. Anna Kelly, of Jacksonville, these hot days than an Iris Epperson.W. .
I has been visiting Mrs. T. P. Wall. electric fan. See D. C. Jones. district depends entirely upon your judgment, your intelligence -
I Stewards will be held Sunday
meeting! -
M. several
Wainwright spent
Electric irons, percolators, toasters,, Mrs. F. A. Scott and daughter, Mrs.S. days of the past week in Tallahassee afternoon 8t 2::30. Rev. L. your vision, your industry, your
at Jones Hardware.Mrs. C, Carnell, of Ormond, were recent attending to business Simpson will preach' at 8:00: p. m. n'l watchfulness and desire to retch the
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening your
guests of Mrs. J. F. Kickliter and Mrs, I I
:: Roy Edwards has as a guest E. M. Johns at Kingsley lake.A. :Messrs. W. M. Bryan and R. M. at eight o'clock.. port of Peace and Plenty. I j I'

her mother, Mrs. George, of Jackson Tracy, of Lawtey, were business visitors ELEVATOR: MERGER IS "

ville. H. Green went to Jacksonville\ ; to Starke Wednesday. UlUo.iflEH8: COMBINE:' Start today-on the good ship THRIFT- (
Tuesday to a specialist who performed AT GROWERS' '
S. :M.: Driggers and family, of Mac an operation on his right eye, whichis Rae Brinson returned Tuesday to COYFAB1Chicago maybe in a savings account, maybe through
clenny were visitors to Starke last now bandaged up to exclude the' Fiftone after a short visit with his : That the contemplatedmerger
week. IH. ht. sister, Mrs. J. E. Corpening. of five of the largest grain I putting your savings to work for you in sound

I elevators companies in the country 'r
I im'cstments-maybc through expansion of busi-
Miss Nell Lewis, of Arcadia, will Misses Mintie, Eunice and Dores Mrs. Alma McMillan:' of Jacksonville "is simply. a combination of grain
come today to visit Miss Kludge Mid i 'Chl'U", Messers.Eddie Theus and John is spending awhile with her parents trade interests and! not in any sense ness along methods which have proved effective { .
dleton. :M. Cux, of Butler, Ga., are spending Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Lagergren.! /: ''I of the word a cooperative marketing)
several days in Starke with :Mr. and association of farmers," was tho opinion in smaller ways. ;
:Mrs. John Shriver, of Brooker, i is Mrs.I J. H. Cox. Miss Henrietta Padgett who has i voiced by a conference called by I', L"

spending the week with Mrs. W. K.Middleton. I! been visiting :Miss Iris Epperson: has Frank O. Lowden chairman of the '. We are in position to assist you. Drop in
: Mrs. L. F. Emory, of Jacksonville, returned to her home in Lake Butler. national Wheat Growers' Advisory j .
I spent Sunday with Mrs. II. :M. Snyder. committee including representatives of some day soon amlld.s talk it over. ,
SPECIAL PRICES ON:' TIRE: Mr'*. Emory was accompanied home The best of meats in the most sanitary I the tate wide wheat pools of Oklahoma
AND TUBES. SMITH'S GAUAOE by Fcnella Snyder, who is spendingthe market in town. Highway Market Texas, Indiana and North Dakota -
week in Jacksonville. I next door to Electric Shoe Shop. and a number of loaders in the 4 per cent paid on Saving Accounts I :

Miss: Madge Midclleton is spending I national cooperative movement. "

: the week at Kingsley Lake with Mm Rev. W. F. Dunkle, presiding elder Mrs. R. E. Lee, of Raiford, and ViMUEKKTrA I--STYLES--- -:

Audrey Johns. of the Jacksonville district, williprllal'h I daughters Ruby and Mabel,, spentMonday MNKOFSllRKE
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It next Sunday morning at the with Mr. and.l :Mrs. S. A. Paris--Parisinn women' are .
Mrs. Will Smith, of Gainesville, Methodist church. A cordial invitation Uryan. ing shingled hair with a sort of rl'l'luc-1
came Tuesday to visit her mother, extended to the public. headdress, which consists of The Bank of Helpful Service

:Mrs Nellie Allen. Mr. and Mrs. P. !M. Padgett, Mr... J. around the head forcing all the hair I .,'
We invite you to inspect our market E. Maines, of Lake Butler, were back The ears are tucked behind or ---- -- :; ;
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Misses Thelma and Marie Dyal, ol at any time. Highway Market, I guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. left outside the band. In this way

Jacksonville, have been visiting their around the corner from White' Epperson.Mrs. i. long hair ran be grown again to replace -' II
aunt, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. I the now unpopular shingle bob.
Many of the fences around homes in W. H. Green Is spending this ,
Call the Highway Market for your Starke are being removed since the | week in Lake Butler with her daughter Gainesville Bus Co. ;

next order of meats. cows are kept off the streets. The result i i Mrs. R. S. Johns who has been %
is pleasing and it is hoped other seriously ill.
Lloyd Green, of Ocala, was a recent property owners will follow suit. I CENT-A-WORD W. H. HAYS, Operator

visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards and GAINESVILLE TO STARKELv
:Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green. H. M. Snyder is remodeling the interior children, Mrs. Josephine Edawrds an.I

of his home on West Madison I Mrs. R. O. Daniel spent the wee-end Graham Hotel 7:00: a.m. Lv Hotel Marion 9:45 a.m. 't
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zeigler, ol street. The fence has also been removed at Kingsley Park.
Tampa, was guests last week of Dr which gives the front of the WANTED--Fifteen or twenty woodchopper Lv Waldo 7:40 a.m. Lv Hampton 10.05a.m. {

and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Ben house and the flower yard quite a Donald Adkins returned Friday to !* to cut I foot wood, $1 cord.D. Lv Hampton 8.00 a.m. Lv Waldo 1 10:25: a.m.
different I New Smyrna, after spending his va..ation -
appearance. Kla." It*
BoreStarke,
Jacksonville I with his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. Ar Starke 8:20: a. m. Ar Gainesville! I II 1.00: a.m.
Witvkoski, of was I ------- t
, a recent guest of his sister, !Mrs. E. S. Capt. and Mrs. Lewis Annie of theI E. Adkins at New River. FOR SALE-. Hurrod Rock fryers and. TIME TABIE STANDARD TIME
F I Matthews, at Kingsley lake. University of Florida wenthe guestsof I I I hens. Thorn123J.. H SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE: Wll flOUT NOTICE
Hollis Knight Thuraday..While here Mr. and !Mrs. L. D. Green and chil- \ .
Stay cool these hot days-See th(I they visited Lake Kingsley and are dren, Mr. and. Mrs. O. W. White and FOR" 8L" -Om' HOW and. young -
.Hhoat. U. Starke Route I
balnesville \Vatnonig, ,
line of electric fans at Jones'. planning to return later for a two children motored to yesterday N1.2t'FOIL .
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weeks' stay t the lake. j ; and spent the day -
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Mrs. O. G. Cooper and little son O. G SALK: -Young fresh! milk row
Jr., of Macon, Ga., are guests of her Mr. and! Mrs. O. J. Griffin have had R. A. Townsend, of New River, with fir t calf; three Kullonxdmlv; I
father, Mr. G. W. Snellgrove.Mrs. as rc'unrt guests Mr. and! Mr*. A. C. brought to the Telegraph office Wednesday wood stock. C. I.etsch! .Starke, K F.
Griffin and son, A. C. Jr., Waycross, II' few stalks of German millet D. It.
l'eturl1l'd I fin. :Mr. and Mrs. A. 'r. Mizell, of hm farm in the New
E. Jl. Thomas has grown on ------- -
from Palatka where she visited hei. I I.like- Mullet' ., Mr. and :Mrs. W. H.Ciritmi. River section. Only a small patch I'OIt.SALK number of white! l. ghornyearling I ;

daughter, Mrs. A. J. Wilkison. I :" "f Hampton, Muses Thelmaand wns grown this year for experimental I I .. hencxtra good lay- '
;Mm, ,. 1'v.il' OIf> Jacksonville.Mi. purposes, but Mr. Townsend states ers '1 each; no culls among thorn.Alxo I
Mrs. T. C. Morris and children re -- -- ---- he will grow sufficient the coming year one iruod hornp. W. N. I./tDue, I j

turned Tuesday nftterl spending II : ami' l ;Mi.. (J. C. Livingston and to bale m feed for all his utock.PINK It. [ I I f

week in Tampa with Mr. Morns. I Idauchtrr" \Ii--; Margaret,, and Miss : ._ I ,
I Pair thirtyof( Tampa, were weekend HILL FORK I ) BATTEKIRSatwholuaalfpricn P

SPECIAL PRICES ON TIRE:;i I ,.'i,' .t t N of Miss Kate Livingston. Westinghouse High Grade guaranteed I "i
AND TUm S. SMITH'S GARAGEMrs. The part. returned to Tampa MondaylUiiimpanied Pine Hill August 1-The right-of- Ford baUrii'H $13.60.: Regular ;
Miss Lucile I Mitchell.Mr. way for the rend from Brooker to tho '
by retail price 22.50. Shipped chanced I
Scout Hole in being! cut. 71 / /' /
and bolo ready for car. Send remittance with rfe
Bryant of Jacksonville Hodges are guest : and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Miss Myrtlcc Hall, of Lake Butler order or w<> hip. express C. O. I). I
daughter, from Starke spent' a few days with Miss Ruby
Hoffman. I two children came over Peninsular Electric eo., Jacksonville j
P.
of her mother, Mrs. A. week.
1 !! tn -pcnd, the- week-end with their Douglass last Fla. V-lH-'lt. I :
is I mother :Mrs. E. D. Prevatt, who has We are all glad to know that Mrs. -- l : ; I'
Mrs. L. M. DeSha, of WIMwood, been visiting them at Starke and acennipaniiil r. F. ('uls"n has recovered from a bad FARM BARGAIN-Make me an offeron .
spending several weeks with her par 'i them home.-Green Coveprmc spell of sickness.. my 20 arts farm, about I..i Im- I
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Struth, + Times. Mrs. J. E. Clemons has returned proved 'l-room house, barn wagon I I !
Sr. | home from a visit at Gainesville with shod chicken house and well. Fenced I I
--- I her daughter, Mrs.. Ada Kency. hog wire fenc-mg. Lies next to I I
Mrs\ George C. White went to Willistonyesterday :Mr and :Mrs.. Homer B. Llmbaugh.of A. B. Surrcncy attended the annual Varhough's farm. F. E.: Aldrich, 23 I I I
t to several days and! little .daughter, Marjorie Jean, Rock Sunday.R. Fla.
spend to spend meting at East Union S.t, Jacksonville, I II
with her husband who is there on bust- Tallahn'si-e. will come today E. Parrish and family, of Dukes, 7-1H-71. I
his parents, \Mr. and ._
weekwith ,
two Jimmie Parrish of -
ness. Mr. and Mrs. --------
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh. Tomorrow the Dukes and a large number of otherswere FOR SALE-Amazing bargains on S. i >Am ;< > I 141'41) MUTINOUS 1
Limbaugh family will go out to their C. White leghorn, regiiitered stock ,
meats. Highway of A. L. Green and family I
Florida and Phone Western 28. Kingsley lake cottage to spend two Sunday+ guest after attending. the annual the famous Utility strain ((2H!.2f.l are nul of style in ih,.w ilov of mixlcrn hakmr, ; No longer need\ he
:\181'Ket. I
weeks. meeting at Rock. eggs) 3 months old 1 pullets scientifically spend wrrlc-rnij over a rr
!Mr. an,l :Mrs. II. M. Snyder and their Tom Rrven, of Gainesville. visited raised. Big, sound I lively ,I f Icml. I t
Jackson- Mr J. T. Quigley and several members his farm here last Saturday. birds, Sfir each, instead of $1.7r;;
guest Mr- L. F. Emery, of : (Brf'lId---lu.I.. wonderful; IVv--iist| as luscious, C.kM--slilllighl .> a
went .
afternoon of his Sunday school class K.: W. hedges\ will begin buildinga cockerel |l.ift.! ANo "Houdans.
ville motored to Waldo Sunday after- henand feather' ., are nerved d.uly in Sliirke. They' are from our big clean sanitary I
Sunday .1!
French stork
out to the State Farm servicesfor new resident in a few days. imported<< : Only for Starkino ovrn...and to \be had rhraprr than they can be !baked at home.* ., I
noon and conducted religious Sam Dukes, of Dukes. spent the one rooster $15. ;
\ Richard and daughter, the prisoners. their subject being tight with D. J. J. Saturday night. shipment mnili' hear) Van d,' I Why, don't you try our bakriy gotxli! fur a frw wrf k. during the hot !
1r. Rob for Mr. Middli-ii'ir! .. road "II-t
several "Temptation.. The class !song Mr. and Mrs. Pearman and son. Vijiverr old month ?
Dorothy;of Jacksonville, spent I I
is "Help the Other of Starke. H. I
class
Kingsley lake Quisrley's Freeman of Levy county, ws re guests
their
days recently at Fellow." which they sung with enthusiasm of A. L. Green Saturday night. --- STARKE BAKERYVVfll.we'll !

cottage. accompanied by Miss Mona A number of young folks enjoyed a

W. J. Epperson, Jr., who i I" employed Alderman at the piano. this The service party short session of singing at Mr. and, 666Is .__ _- -. -_ rr ,I
Starke attending r--
Tuesday to from Mrs. W. R. Hodges!,; Saturday night.H.ti'TIST
by the Seaboard came and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mm.T .
Mrs W. J. were: :Mr. prescription for !\Malaria, Chill
and a
Mr. .
visit his parents, J.lmbalollhliu: Mona Alderman CHL'RCH BULLETIN.A ,
Epperson. :N.John Powell. Tom Limbaugh.: and Fever, Dengue or Bilious t'.r. \ -non have linka: bum..h.f RKiI.STKATIO.V; NOTICE:

Herschel Crosby and Orie \\iggin I I I IMllOI splendid l attendance at .the Bibles I It kills the germs.COFFINS the fellows already have knee pants Notice' IS hereby given that the
Inspect the line of electrical appli school greeted: the Superintendent nd ficntrh sorks. registration books of Bradford county

ances at Dewitt C. Jones before buy- I Prof. Wiggins, last Sunday. There YVIjI ",... __ CDOv>' ---- ---r will I lie open at the court house In
tag elsewhere. were a number of visitors and three & CASKETS :NOTICE Starke on Mondays. Wednesdays. and
new !scholars. Come next Sunday The Town roimcll of the Town of
( Saturday, between the hour 0 a. m.
:Mr.: and Mrs. John Shriver and son :\I.A lrt-rjl.I I Id morning at 9i: and bring friends i: AM| a Fail Un .fCn twrke. Florid will meet at the ('It v and 12. m.and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., form

Lewis Shriver, of Brooker pHt Sunday ( Kt.ITK) and visitors. II j of Dr. and Mr. W. E. I Divine worship at 11 :00, when the t: th.! 1A24. as a board nf erinaln '- second Saturday in October for the
Middleton as guests:' I. pastor will deliver the fifth sermon on AUTOMOBILE HEARSE LCD& \-"*. for the narrow of .henrlnw. comilnlnts registration of elector

The Lord' Prayer; the topic bring, Always an hanit. ne but frat Gvat. [}: a' to the value of an" prnnerv ('. A. KNIGHT l
Jackson "Our Gaily Bread." Large summercongregations real personal or ml,,,*d. "i Axed l
of I nr
'Mrs.: Annie Richard, All Summer Dressesand '' Ue lowMt prk ea" 8p '- Supervisor i>f Registration for
this series
theveer
enjoying fnr
are Aaneisor
the h'th Town Tax
ille. wia a.: {veek-end guest at do& attratto. to tilrtrtfb or Bradford County Fla.
home of Mr. and Mrs.: E. S. Matthew Hats in stock- I of sermons.H. j I ITkTQ 'I .a B (U .r..l Em fe I MOT.DeWITT 192J. airninst the owner ornnritu 722t.:
V. pt., meetings have "hn C'C1 of such pronertv.
at Kingiley lake._ going at reduced pri 'I C. F. HOOVK1.ttept -Cold- Cause Orlp and Influenza--
l That Docs Not' Affect Tk. Head C. JONES g
a>" CoardT. .
of
the Fifu.ne Lumber \ : rtialrman LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE I!: T.bU.. ..m....
.
T. A. Brinson. of Tuesday and ces. TIE&r.s.e BROMU of lit QLIK1NC fnole! and Tablrul l In.ri..Ret.) can M LAXA-ulna i' !STARKE FLA' !} A FI'TCII.rierV. the C.UM. Tb.n U ool,OM "Bromg Quialoa"E.W M

wan Co.the, came guest to of Starke his daughter, Mrs. I ,F I by lath anyone* bead.without Eo W. ..U.IDIt---.rt..j.. I I EII"' .... ...n....... ___ -1 7-2S-2t CKOVE ......t......a box... :JUt.FRiD.tY. .

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PACK SIX BRADFORr COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA PRIDVY. AlT.fST 1, 1921.

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\ \ I PREVENTION 1I Are You Tired Achy- J cars. i
The enthusiastic reception accordedthe 7iiitJtr<
I I
tenor than rare.. Tune Pill talon In
; I tunn.an nutonly a nmady lor but pnmnt II new cars is the result, of course,
FARMERS and FARMING : I SICK HEADACHE I Ail Run Down? of the universal satisfaction that the

I LiliouAI_ MoUipuioa and kindred dun> | public has had with Buick cars in the I j I after meal I II j
every I
I past, particularly with the cars equIp-
Tutt's Pills Thin Siurl.e Resident; Tells You How I II
s FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE I ( Well. ped with four-wheel brakes, whichwe j I Cleanse tnoutli and
to .rl
introduced last In fact thepublic's
,
year. leech and aids digestion
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND
interest in Buick virtually
10 b. UEs:,, !r SLUED( OUR COLNTY, : a .. . Tired all the time? I makes announcement by the Relieve that over

.. ---- ,--- .. _.. I Lame, atilT and achy? any eaten feeling and acid
,. .--- ._ .-- -- FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Tortured with nagging backache? Buick !Motor Company a thing of na- month.

SPOTI.tl'I'EAIt4 S REVIEWS Knife-like tumg'a.hm stoopor tion-wide interest. I Its 1-a-a-t-l-n-g flavor
SIHAtt KKItltl l.K.U- I culture, who has been you
making close ..
e e. e e a e e e lift? "The deliveries on the first day, llstles the craving for
IN PLANT BEDS (I study (of dairy conditions an this state Miserable with hendai-h B, dizzy and the rate at which orders have sweets.

und the nation for the last thirty- spells and bladder irregularities? since then reveal another
Strawberry leaf-spot, -disease that' Winter Garden Orange County come thing. Wrluleys tm doable
is likely to show in plant beds at' three months Beautification Commission to plant All arc signs of kidney sickness! The public today is ready and willing value In the benefit and
up '
Use D' an'Pilla: stimulant diuretic -
"The
this season, can be controlled by wealth from" the sale of dairy :250!; palms along highway in this section to the kidneys-a to purchase automobiles which fulfill | pleasure ft provides
products in 1U2H\ : continues Mr. of its demands and which provide the
,
county.
with 4-4-50
spraying immediately Here's Sturke testimony" : SmattJ in if* Parity
bordeaux mixturu, according to disease ->II Brown, "was one-fourth the total income Mrs. D Stilley, Madl'::T St., says: value that the nation has come to ex- Paekagf.

I I specialist of the Florida Experiment 1 from all agricultural products I'lant City-Contracts to be let for "I suffered from lame back ard kidney pect in any motor car. I I wllR

.:;+Lu lun. Delay moans less in the United States The annual additional Street paving. complaint. A heavy, dull nche in my "The results of the Buick announce- ? 5fCM
income from dairy products back made me miserable and I was
amounts
ment, to my mind, demonstrate more
effective control.Obavrvutions Barto-w-Owners of scenic jungles
around. I felt tired 1 ESF
able to
to over $2,000OUOOOO.OU dollars, with hardly get
show that the dis- adjacent to highways to bo asked by languid and out of polls. I usedDoan's conclusively' than any other happening -
I
investment of l
an
16,000,000UOO.OO.
, cuss first appears us small, duep, Polk County Highway Beautification [ Pills, from Mitchell's DrugStore of recent months' the firm foundu-

purple or red spots on the upper "Dairy cows are kept on .1, OOUIJU Commission for their donation as and I was Cured of the attack. tion of the nation's enterprises. und i

surface of the. leiueThese spots farms in the United .States. Dairy public parks. Price COc. at all dealers. Don't the general present day prosperity of

rapidly increabu in vise and at the funning ia practically the only line simply ask for a kidney rt-nv'dy-Ret the country"
of farming that has advanced Doan l'iIltht' that Mrs.
time the color uf the central in pro- ClearwaterSouth Garden avenueto H same
sumo! duction and consumption in the last be widened immediately. Stilley had Fost<'r-Milhurn Co., ,, Habitual Constipation Cured
portion changes from a purple to a four years." Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. in 14 toil Pays 7Ae flavor lasts
reddish brown. In the later stages ''
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" IB a specially-
These facts tell us that the Flor- Hillsborough county appropriates
the lesions become grayish or whit- MUSIC AND TEN MILLIONTH prepared SyrupTomc-Laxativefor Habitual
: assist in
$30,000 to manufacturing and
ida farmers are making a wise move
Uhin the center! The border remains FORD MAKING MERRY ALONG Constipation. It relieves promptly and
purplish, shading off into a reddish by adding a few dairy cows to their biulding streets of Tampa. THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto selves to be in sympathy with the

the farm projects. U ports from several : Induce regular action It Stimulates and principles of true conservation
brown coloration toward healthy
Plans submitted for
Tampa
-
new
portions of the state show that the If it all Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. Elk i 12. The fullest measure of
I tissue. :Severly:! affected leaves turn county jail; would cost approximately were possible to reproduce coopera-
4 brown, this (aiscolorutionbcginninn to number of cows on the farms is in. $125,000. the selections that have greeted the per; bottle. tion between all organizations devoted -

finally shrivel and die. creasing.At car so far on its eventful trip from ROD AND REEL !' to the interests of the outdoors-

Experts and experienced growers Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Lcesburg Oklawaha river im- New York to San Francis the word: men of America.

recommend the setting of only strong Week in Gainesville, August 11-10 provement to start within thirty days. would bo given a jronographic record What the Isaak Walton League of I I 13. An unceasing, aggressive, educational

healthy plant on well drained soil there will be a special program for which would! make the modern ,! America is, why it is and who it Is campaign to the end that the

and the removal of all diseased leaves the dairy farmer.l'Cl'lO Altemonta Springs-Movement un- jazz orchestra green with envy, according '''can be plain'; seen in thy fallowing objects of the Isaak Walton Leagueof
der way for establishment of home article published] >in the "Walt.r.il1n"
us the best general means of control to accounts of the tour There America may be attained.

for leaf spot. The disease depends '\ AT STATE SALE FARMERS'LIVESTOCK WEEKOn for aged newspapermen. would be recorded a sweat melody! of of last month: I I "Outdoor America," the official

largely on moisture for spreading andis l'cnsacola-200 houses to bit erected airs, produced by a big variety of instruments The Isaak Walton League of America <'| magazine of the Isaak Walton league,

likely to severely infest plant beds Thursday, August 14, at 3 p. in Gulf Beach subdivision by a and punctuated by frequent Is a national organization of fish- j I published by its members for its mem-

during this wet season. If it appears m., during Farmers' and Fruit Grow Birmingham firm. bursts of song, continual honking ermen and hunters and outdoor lovers bers without profit, exploits the idealsof

in the plant bed this spraying is essential ers' Week of the University of Flor- of auto horns and blasts of factory dedicated to the restoration of sports the league in all its articles, whichare

to strong healthy plant. ida, College of Agriculture in Gainesville Groveland-Uup'int parsonage tobe ; whistles. afield and astream in the United I written by some of the best writers -

August 11-16, there will be an built. Never before has there been so States and Canada, and to the restora- in the country, including Zane

BUILD STRENGTH auction sale of livestock consisting Palmetto-Nearly 5,000 carload,* of much music along the great national tion as far as can be of the outdoor Gray, Irvin Cobb and some more of

The body depends entirely on the of Jersey, Guernsey, Ayrshire and fruit and vegetables shipped from this roadway which connects the East and America of our ancestors. It is a. that stripe.

blood for strength. If the bljod is Aberdeen-Angus calves, PolandChinaand section this season. West Coasts as has characterized: the tional organization having no na-I I A copy of this magazine will be

thin impure and undernourished, Duroc-Jersey hogs and various Journey of the Ten Millionth Ford. mercial or personal gain or sending
mailed
free of cost to
your strength is impaired, your vitality breeds of poultry, conducted under the St. Petersburg Methodists to There have been parades and receptions izement under it; neither has it political -, ,: their name' and address any one to eitherJ.

is lowered and your power of direction of the Florida Live-Stock build church at cost of $250,000. with large bands, small bands nor religious interests. i Parmely
resistance agrnut disease lessened. S. Brown, secretary, or Ray -
Association The ideal and of the lea-
and Men's bands purposes I
even orchestras. ,
LEONARIJTS ELIXIR FOR Groveland-Plans materializing for president, of the Tampa chapter.
TilE BLOOD feeds the blood, These animals are consigned; by ladles' bands, and boys' bands have gue are embodied in its platform Requests addressed to either shouldbe
Masonic
erection
\ builds It up, makes it rich, red and livestock breeders of the state. Theyare of temple. participated in greeting the car at which follows: I sent care Tampa Daily Times,

pure Good r ,,'. blood means all purebred, subject to registration Avon Park-600-acre tract to be various places. Scotch bag pipers werea I 1. The practice of true sportsman- Tampa, Fla.

health strength( .. .1! new vigor.; and of good quality. planted to avocados.Groveland$20,000. feature along part of the route. I ship in hunting and fishing, and stren- I The work of the Tampa chapter is

Fortify your bou,' against disease. Persons desiring Information as to Buglers announced the coming of the uous and unremitting opposition to illegal spreading rapidly throughout the (

Fake it stronger, more healthy by breeding of these animals should ap- : voted for school car in some towns and in one little destructive and unfair methods. state and more than 20 chapters will

using LEONARDI'S ELIXIR ply to H. G. Clayton, Gainesville, for purposes city a group of pretty girls riding on 2. An aggressive program calling! | organized wltthui the of a
TilE BLOOD the Ideal ton Ibe space
FOR :
( for national and state to 'I
catalog.EXTRACTS horns. legislations
a float heralded its advent with
and puri: er. Ask for LEON. Mount Dora Florida Citrus Exchange I short time. Letters of inquiry are
ARDI'S ELIXIR in the yellow Even:: calliopes have at different points eradicate pollution from coastal and I being received daily, telling of the
addition to
package. Refuse all substitutes. taU building plant. added. their familiar notes to the wel- inland waters. !'j I writers' apreciation of the efforts of
FROM COU TYmNTS'
I 3. The broadest and most I
druggists. -
Lake Worth-Five-foot wallway to come. comprehensive the league to restore Florida to itsI
.\( REPORTSDuval Numbers rendered have included system of federal control
PECAN PWMiUAM( ; : FARMERS' r be built across Lake Worth free I I former standing as a fishing and
from the tones of feasible over the forests of the Umt-
everything inspiring
AN I IJ FRllT GROWERS' WEEK bridge. i I' hunting grounds, some of which I
-Two dairymen visited this: patriotic airs and the ever appealing Ied States and, dependencies, this sy -I herewith published for the benefit of '

If you are a pecan grower and are week will put up over 3DO) tons of Stuart-Sale of 150,000: acres of swing of the march to the latest pop | tern to embrace the best features of our readers. It is representative of the

Interested in information that will silage each. The permanent pastures Palm Hunch. county land on both sides ular jazz fancies and a reversion to i the forestry policies of Europe so far large number received from day to

help you to increase your returns are coming on line. of St. Lucie canal, southwest of here, the more intimate tune of "The Lit- ''as applicable to our conditions.!( day: "

you should attend Farmers' and Fruit foreshadows tremendous farming development tle Old Ford Rambled Koght Along." | 4. Due consideration of the disastrous Fla. July 8.
e |I "Lakeport,
Growers' Week ut the University of Lake-Held a very interesting to be launched next winter Now traversing the great stretches i results of indiscriminate !
citrus meeting with the Montverde :Seaboard Air Line Railway Company of the I! and the obs drain-I 1 I II "Dear Mr. Parmely:
Florida, College of Agriculture In by ) of the western part country age projects I 1 "I hope succeed in having laws
growers, on Friday. Rust mites and for land nearly |2- Nebraska and I natural water you
Gainesville, August 11.16, specialists ; price paid through Wyoming (( courses. I, passed to protect the black bass
of the Florida Experiment:: Station scale insects were studied. Live pecl-- 500,000. Utah and maintaining its schedule i 6. That adequate public shooting I "For ten I have lived on the
mens were collected so that every with characteristic Ford fishing grounds and refugees be years
lIay. performance,, game
shore of Lake Okeechobee and in that
grower could see them with a hand Tampa-Lisbon street being pavedin the {interesting 'established' the state and national i ,
There will be a special program) ofI the car which; is telling by
II time black bass have become much
lens. One car of has been ship- Palma Cola Park. I
I
grapes
I Interest to pecan growers J. B. Domoree story of the production of ten governments. less numerous.! In another ten
years
U. D. will ped from !Montveidu. Express ship million units by the I 6. Sufficient fish hatcheries and
1 pathologist, S. A., onvllle-Iocal firm receives transportation I there won't be unless something
discuss pecan scab and other pecan menu (leave every day and another car $350,000 contract for construction ol Ford Motor Company, Is moving; I game farms for the increased propagation I is done. any

I diseases. G, H. Klackmon, pecan cul- will roll 800n.Dak..rl 10 United States coast l guard patrol steadily on toward the Pacific coast I' and wider distribution of fish "But what riles me most is the

, turls1 of the Florida Experiment: have vaccinated boats. with enthusiastic and picturesque and game.
countingthe I sport ( ?) that catches fish and throws
I Station will speak|' on pecan varieties, work done this week, C93: hogs welcomes at every point along the 7. Prohibition of interstate ship them out to die in the hot sunshine.

Propagation? soils, cultivation, etc., Only six deaths have been reported, Safety Harbor- Contract let for route. ment for sale of game or game fishes. He always wears tight legged breeches -
and A, H. Beyer assistant entomologist -I after treatment Visited I construction of $130,000 threa-story 8. Scientific regulation of the taking -
win given. HALF MILLION SEE NEW BUICK and leather leggins and has a new
of the Florida Experiment Stn-I' hotel building. of salt water game fishes.
fields of that treated
two cotton / was shiny rod and reel to impress the na-
tion will give some praiticull pointerson und could find no infestation of wee. J'alatka-$360,000 bond issue for Display of the 11)25 models of the 9. The strictest enforcement of the tives. IIe makes an impression all !

pectin Insects.Everything I vils. Fruit of cotton is heading 1 very i Buick motor cars for the first time on migatory bird law. right.
:: ia being done to give but this is due to public improvements. I half 10. To endorse the recommendations .
much overfruitingOsceula July 1 brought approximately a "Will you please send me a copy
the farmers just the Information Gillett-Contract let for construc- million motorists into Buick salesrooms of zoologists who recognize the of 'Outdoor America #
that they need and want. Those InC -Growers of the county school critical need of building a sufficient
tion of addition to building. in a single day. "Thankfully yours,
1\8\ rJ\I uf arranging the program are holding meetings each week dia Reports from Buick salesrooms on number of biological experiment stations L. C. Komer,"

cell special attention to the lectures cussing problems that will come up New Smyrna-Spruce creek bridge July 2 revealed these figures, and it by the federal government and Another letter comes from New i

i of J. li. (Demurvu. He will bring tho' this full in their crop plans, and plan rebuilt. can be conservatively estunated that I by the several states, so that the aid York city from C. D. Ganse, who said
results of several of investigation their fall of scientifically trained always -
men
years ning crop acreages. several thousands have been in- may
more he saw an article in the "Florida
Plans for
Apopka- approved erection -
that without a doubt will be helpful I from he available to pass upon the
Buick dealers "
to the farmers of this state in Okccchobt-e-Seed beds for the tall of high school building. terested callers on ha been natural conditions of waters and the Grower, inviting requests for a copy
whom no definite report re- of "Outdoor America.
combating pecan diseases. crops are being prepared and planted work begun 0- ceived. In addition the first day proper species of fishes to be planted
Thin The outlook is bright for even rqore Tampa-Actual on saw :Mrs. Fannie R. Smith, of Pough-
year's will mark the therein.
meeting extensive plantings this fall and winter story apartment hotel building at more than 5,000 of the 1923 models keepsie, N. Y., requested a copy of
third annual get together of Florida 11. The united of these
Hay shore boulevard and Howard ave- delivered throughout the country. support
We have a heavier crop of citrus the magazine, stating that she read
farmers at the University. Oftlcials\ party affiliation who show them-
(
the deliveries
'I are preparing to care for a thousand.It fruits coming: on than last season nue. Both the attendance and of the local chapter of the league in
record
The aphis is doing very little damageto established new figures the "Florida Grower,"
is hoped that farmers will bring Jacksonville Lewis-Chitty Company the automobile
for simulur events in
their entire families, as there will bo bearing trees. A !good deal of interest to build two-story addition to With little than SUHSCKIUE TO
industry. a more a
something of interest to all. Music is displayed in dairy projects. wholesale grocery building.
the
week passed since announcement, fake THE TELEGRAPH
and entertainment will feature
each
"olusiaIo of this week has Winter Park Additional: streets to these figures have been, multiplied by
d.iy. Board and be had in -
room can SEABOARD: TIME TABLEIn
indicatean
and the recent
been devoted to preparing for and be several, most
paved.
the college dormitories aa dollar conducting a farmers institute at undiminished interest in the new ( effect May 11, 1924))

and twenty-live cents a day, or just Samsuln. This was the most success- Lee-New school building under cars and an increasing demand for SouthboundNo. -

I ,. off the campus or up town at reasonable ful meeting of its kind that we have construction It.I be completed by No them in every section. 1 reaches Starke at 11.38 p. m.
rates. Those who intend
,.;. in the dormitories tthnuM to their stay had in this county, and it seems to vember. "The records attained on the first No. 3, 11:02: a. m.
bring me that the good, results will be evident day indicate more than a momentary
own bed linen and towels. $SOO,5r federal aid alloted for improvements ova No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
automobile said I
for a long time to come. interest in a new I
in St. Johns river. sono. No. 15, Limited; 1:16: p. m.
E T. Strong, general sales manager
1I.IIt'OWS PRO\K: \ ".It\
Okaloosa In cooperation with of the Buick Motor Company. "They I w..a ass Northbound-
VROFI\IILE: INESTJIEN'r: Eustii 100-acre tract to bo opened
Miss Bertha Henry, our home demonstration show how deeply' the public has cometo II No. 2 reaches Starke 5:08: a. m.
sub-division to
"Dairying in the United' States has agent, we held' our annual as new city. regard the Bunk :Motor Companyand No. 4, 4:26: p. m.

advanced very rapidly in the taut !50 club camp this week. The Encampment Levsburg Approximately 1,000 the loiirldenif which the uuto- II I No. 20, Cedar Key, 8T5fl; a. m.

years. In 1870 there were 7,125,000 was a success from start to carloads of watermelons shipped from in..bile buying/ public has in Buick No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m.

dairy cows in this country producing finish and the boys went home with a this .section this season. j for the liver Wannee BranchNo. -
I
determination do things worth
on an average nn\ annual yield l of 200 to 101 leaves Starke 7:45
bushes Beware of ln tation.. Demand a. m.
while. vaccinated 41 hogs tbft week Many thousand blueberry
gallons of milk. By I IU20: there were r
taken from Yellow river sections and the gcnuiiM lOc and 35e peek.I No 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.

21,000,000 annual cows yield producing of 400 gallons an average cfmilk. Suwnnnee-Some very definite results transplanted. in nurseries for distri- I .... bearing above trade mark. T. J. GRIFFIN,

have bevn secured through the '
) bution next year. Agent
There were three times ns
proper application of the Florida
many cows with nn individual pro- method of boll weevil control. Indications Milton-Chair and furniture factory r NOTIcE

duction two and one-fourth" times are that a normal crop will be to be placed in operation. : Nolle. 10 her.hy riven that the follow tnn. d..erlh.d lands will be sold l at poblle settles
greater than in 1870. 'n the FIRST MONDaY IN AUGUIT 1924 I' I be,,,, eM 4th day or laid
secured demonstration plot. Courthouse month before the
This striking statement is made by on every Tavarvs-Two-stiyy brick buildingto will be n.....Door....,. .t to Starke pay tha in amount Bntdtord due county far tea. 8tat..n of FlorIda, op .0 much t..f. as

Ilamlin L. Brown, extension dairy The cows of the state offer the best be erected. 'oet of such sale and .dv.rtlala. opposite E. W.the It.\.m.YES. ,together Tax Collator with ,the

man of the Florida College of Agrl- market for grass and forage crops

that we have. She l is the "middleman" Clerment-Chamber of commerce BaiU I Dserlptl- n .e. T. R. A. Owner Tats
A C..ce
To Stop a Cough Quick reorganized.!
to handle these and convert Up Vow.sn."Wf1J
crops All SWi. .
o( NEV. S of River ____ .
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a them into a marketable product. r Key West-Contracts awarded! for IV if A Winlnmitli't S"E':- of NE>4 NH of 31 It 10 R. T. Taylor ___._____________ 8,01

cough medicine which SLOpe the cou h by I f construction of roadway and bridges TOT M roan the.ataaciard ram- W 8E4f! NWli"NW'J"oy'5WTl"" t T It ion O. B Cohan .. _______._____ n.4'
.
irritated ,
tissue. F. and Affue a. T
ed tot Cams r 1120
and : C. .
healing the inflamed roil IIOMK AND: STABLE from Stock Island to Saddle Bunches I"'n....and other f.vra ham ban tof NEt NE4 of 8EVS i' M. And. _:________ 'UGsWLj
GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE or AE''", ____ _______._.
A box of Tlio, extraordinary Boroiona Wiot.r.auth'.Chill Tame Tnkaat u .1 T It 1M J.
trrntmeat and and bridge from Key Ei4 or of _____ V. Ed..rota .___ 1910
NE'i __
Chest Cold, Vend Colds and for flesh causeway the ant alga of tb troubles, NE'4 -- a1 T U 211T A. O.
SALVE for wounds cuts sores, galls! burn it ward them off. I me to take Ni:". of ,l 14!: ___ Gow>n __ 8u
"' Croup !is enclosed with every bottle of anti scalds ill just.. elTevtivo in the stable Largo to Dade county. mftft almost any illuMe; IU tome Wl, ofSWi NEt. A-E'--y-- of-NWf? *-Is U 4'') D. M :Maiphom-------_....___ lao1.

{ IIAYES' HEALING: ( HONEY. The salve aa in Urn home. lone) tleah heals with effect!.alwejre food. Alyourdraitatnre. of NW'4 .---_____ 7 1* JOO Unknown
Clermont Contract to be let for mammoth EI. of ____ 2.11
the chest and throat : popular.'e: : NEt -1 ? -
rubbed on remarkable 1 ---- --- 11 44
... should be speed| under iu powerful influenee. Tall si.e3, Sam of sv of i.niiiia; Vnknown __ sail
aUa big !* swi.
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. The treatment" is tho same for construction of two miles of hard surface n of 8WM.," of SFH _______ ..t I t* All W. E. Yarbor""Rb! _._:_ sail
,I, nelk.lln' effect, of H.ve.' sauna Han.y Ib- animAls an for hurnans." First. wash out streets. l- Wbnemnkh vOs Chemical K.stua. Co, .... N>4 e< Nifty A. N4: -of 1 l.a C
uld.thetbro.tromWoedwith the hraliuaeffctofji infectious. with liquid : U of SE<4 all 8EH: of NEl,* lUaUnonO _____ 1411S
Sal... the porH ofr germs Korosone, I of rnail ...... _..___ t'o
-.o-p.n-Tr.C.a""""lib. and the Boroiooo Powder completes the Florida East Coast Railway Company I ealucafiUmtersmitKs !IE'" of !5Ev ------ ____ I SI B. Moody __.__._____ 1111
-- I.
ICOP' ---- If0
ash.UD..IIOOn.medl..... pseud In ons canoe sod t II. healing proems.' Price (liquid) 30c 60e authorized to issue $1,876,000 W... of 8wti ---.--------------- I It 80M 40 M. J. S.pp .__._____ 'Lit
r coat of lu. eombiwl tr.am.eo .Ia 3.It an.U 1.20. Powder 30o and 60c. Said by trust certificiates to finance purchase Tonic Com at NW roe of NW\* of NEI'1lA M. J. Sacp __________ ,I."
for HAYES j run a 120de to win f_
Just ask your druggist All Drag Store of road equipment. th.iM B: toM HEALINO HONEY. t........ N (Ion* Mid brmMh to M

t U_ ths.a VIIMML arm s ksa" .u 8 U Jee )sells IIMI

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, FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. t92i BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SBVHN


1 Tue.P..eWnllon ', .

T.x.. T. R. A. Owner A {' ,
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Com .t SWear of NW'4 of NEVI All ______________?_________?29 9 11.8.0 R L. Aleck Ia' Ca _______1.51 A ,Co'. aubdlvl.lon____of___NEt4 otNE" II lioera Bra _______._._ 716BIk 1
.II' .un N 220 yde to wi. fen.. Itl. !OO"!!: A E, : .. all I 4In LI.Innnnn Co'.uh:1/

than to NcKlnney brnnoh. 4f, of Sv--- 1i1 of ofIvey ______ 4 f2 200 R. L. Sleek A 00 ___.______.___ 41.11 I div.ion I of NEIi: of"bl1f :21 1 U A. O. J....."',. ____.__ T.73 9
: : NEt4u 67 ____________
:: E! 1010 It. L. III..k A Ca 86,11N34
then alone old br.neh to : __________ II .
lute :.I 4 "r IIiK t' in N..I Jones
tine or NE'4 ef l"E'4. theaee W a NEV.of 824 ,__________-IJ 13> 160 R L. Black A. Co __________.111,60F I Idltloll to SI.... In BE Iia ofNW.

to hpa ____._____________?___,12 6 10 P8 1'1. L. Crewe ____?n_.___ ____ 10" E''" .f N ; .. A tlW", of NEty A52'ofNWi4AW I 1 12 A. P. Orlttla ------ 11.00 '
All NEIL .r SE'4 E of bnneh _.12 a 20 20 I.. L. Johns "IFEl" ofNW14A. tut I \ w'n;; ;; $i of:; -blk' 1 .ill

of NWV4: ----------__________1t O 20 40 M. L. C..wa -:::::::::::::::::: 13111SWL 18' ____ _____n____ 11I f2 600 R L. Risk A. Co. __.-_______111I.82NIC" T .m"l. additlun 10 SI..II. I"
40 }oJ. L. Gr1L. ._..__._ 14 20I'll.
or SW'J ________. .18 a 20 .10 W. M. Hodlw ot NW14 __________---------2/ II ----
--------- .19.81 NE1of NWL, part Wok o
NW'4 of NW4i __________________It 0 20 .0 O. W. S.pp --------------- 12'81 ., A SW'E. ,, of SIi:",/ ____85 4 It 1"0 R. L. Hla,'k A-Co. ________U8.a8''N' 1FV. Ir It, 4. Sf cop ofSEt4

____________________ 40 Samuel Ittnwp"-------- 0' ______ .._________--IS 4. II 80 R. L. I".ck A 00. _________.. 21.00 I
NEVI of 8W'4 111 5 20 W. ------"--- 12'1All NW. 40 H. L. Slack A Co. ___________ 1149Lot. of NWk4 __ ._ __ ____11 1 U I. T. Lihbq ..................17.01
__ _
Iota 11.12 S of Now NEt4 of 8Wy __ ___ 8 5 U
S'iI ot L..I. M.P "f blk 20 I" T.m"I. addle
River _______________?______10 a 20 2. W. W. Cummel ___________ __ 1089SE 11.18 In WoodlwlI _______10 I 24 20 Wm. Far. ._______.______ 7.aa'' t inn, lax Starkr in :NF?t. tat NWI4 Apart
% .r IE'4 ---__ 20 1 10.0 L. L. John- -- 12 _I E'0 or AWL, 0' NII4 A W'q of Wt4of I ofWI9 of W t Ry A

All SWl' ot SE\4\ d. SH, of SWI ----------"" -- .0 I IW% of NWttA: !1E0': NW'4 90 1.. M Laneln _______________ 82.M NF..: cnr of ME'nt, IiaN .: I' 1 U I.. Bi W. ?___..-.,..m-.._ 1..13loOt.
___________ __ I .II' 0' 0' ______ II -
__ __ 05 \ 11 0
8 .0' River 20 1 10 W. W. Cumm.. ______________ 1111IWl. W'IL SII4 ___ 111.11 .f blk J1 In I1'mple. .d
20 Tltna S. Faa.r _..__.___.__ 1.83 adutlon
__ _______ 40 8'\1 n' 0' "NW\.o __________111 39
__ L. W'i4 \ II
0' FlW'4 --21 a 10 L. John. _______.-___.__ II.II! \ 10 Alfred Dtarlina __.___ ___ 11.8\11 to Sark. : of NW 4a
Lot 44 In Woodl.wn ._________ II ? In..r
AE'4 of NEVI -- / 10.0 Johnson K.II,, _____________ 1686i l6 ..f WI NEt W ofKy
10 R. M. "hurd.1II .. _. _______ 399 port '
i4--.22
..--1/w--- Lot III In Woodl.wn _,__._______11 I IJ sE1 \
/
i I 9Wti of NEL, of 10 Pnw.. II lO.nno" ____ __ 7.114Lot A. NE e..r of of .W I4 .2' 6 II MI'O. Plorvia a II.... ____ U.II
. N', 0' NE'4.of SE --________23 1 10 100 I. S. a D. J. E.liey ---- 10.U 1 1 N'., 0' NW'4 of SE'4 ______-1/ 8 tI: 10 D. F.dwln S. 91wt.r ? 699Lo. Lola 1-7.K of blk C In Rwini.... addittllon .
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-- -

S'.hu..h, 0' NWEJe_ \ ___1__.__III____NE____eon____for__n 0 n 79 G-00. K.II., 19.11 _________-_ 14.48 I U 18.18-82 In Woodlawn14 In Woodlawn ______18 II I aa III 80 D. L. RI"b _...___._____ 10,17Lot. i to SI.' O In _NW14_ _:: ._ !2' S II D. P. D. :111th ______._.__._ I.U

$14, of RW'4 _____?_____________28 0 10 80 Praslpr K.II., --------.. .-- 14-IS 85-58.8-fi o. $%1)L. 0' SW" Lo, A bik 1 In Wynn'.Jdito '
8'. 0' NElt of 8E' _-,23 a 10 20 I..pb IItrrf.k. 6.18 I Fxbm 1400RofNWsonArunE I. ; Ifeorn NIle4 of 5W14 ,.I:211: s. II D. W. Hallowa, ___________ 18.11
Lot 8 of In New River 2..93 6 10 JI. M.Uh.wa :::::::== : E S .32.6 tt W .440 ft N One .b.t land ," by /
12blrlt 27.ia i.472ma Sit I'nlenewn _______ 1'.88 y
: l New iti : I I ft to "bra 529.6 a __ ._______11 1 II II. yde' 'E A W 2r SE .: :, :11:%

er _______________________15 14 6 to Unknown 114 Lot 80 In W"'n..n _____________.12 I III 10 10 M.hol S. G.Lawl'On.lberm.n__-_-_--_----__- 1111"1 I ..f !SEt: \ ___ -_. ___ ___ ___ 5 12 O T. J. AIoI'rm.11 _____...._ 11.&.'

8E.' _n________ .._______,17 6 10.0 E. W. Ec\w.id.------------- 12"1'' Lot 81-14 In W"odl.wn __________11 8 23 10 Flo..n.B. G. Hays _... 811" 8K 0' 8Wt4 _____-________________ao 6 U 60 lL M M.H. _.________?_.__ U....
An undevl.hd, 8-nlllth.o Intet In Lot B\I In Woodl.wn _..___-16 8 21 20 C. J. Eaton .a.---- 11.81 I NWII' "r NWL. Ex S 10 a ____ ___aI 1 U SII \C. 81. MWKaa ______.__ ______ 10,61F !!
Lola 68-BII In Woodlawn-- 11 I 12 -----?------- -
the followinr d..c.lb.d propertytnwit 11 r sEt \, 5 U 13 Ardvll Leonard -..--- ---- LYeW
The RWLi of NE'4 A. NW'4A sure of lot 111 lr ..1k\ >t 10 & W4, ofIM 0 12.11 1 U.a' : of $\ci1 r\o lIi\--IJ.1I: ;

undivkkd NFL'I : 814 AW'4; III'tl;' __.;:;';'t21 1 20 2l1! S. N. lehn. S. Eat. ______" 19.10An .1. 111 l1lnlnW= --::::::::-IN:.1N : II 41 : f..n F.eG.lein. _::::::::.::::=: 906 In a sold J. w. A1vane In 164-e NE a _II S II 17 Alva r..n.1'd ___.___-__.. 11.28
SW"r NEt, Et 16 a car12th
.411 J. r.. G..klna ___ 1815
followine : LotA 87 PB /9-N In w.-n.wn _00\11 ft II ____ 6 U Alva Leonard. ___.______ 11.13
in the 'k"Z.I: :;" rm, r.t Lou 14-111 In Woodlawnt9 II II 21) B. F. Allen _. ........1896 .hn. b"It$ ehn. 11 II .
towlt NE144 A NW4 & 16 Mn. A. Stalling.- 1.70Lot. 1 a In 8W eon of JIIo:! of NW\4\ of Iw4spe..A. ,

SW', orSE' _______________?29 8 10 280 8. N. lohn. S. Eat _?______ U 1. Lot B in Wowllawn ; ._-_-::-20:: : 22 Jeff :: Dowlln. ___ _.___ 18.86W' : SEI4 ----- __ ____ _..11I 1 12 I Ed. J. Johnson ----..-.---- 1.14Lot
IW', 0' IIF. ___________________,29 I 20 /0 L. L. John. __.________ 18.1' 64.66.63.60 In Woodl.wn 20 t80 -- I 1 of hilt I In Llnaon CIIJr 10 fCI: .I. tat

NE's or N4: ____._______ __-82 2 20 /0 J. T. R..vw _._____________ 11111liE' n' NW', nr NWl'FIb.of NE106. A 811 of W of ._- -_--_,-,U / 12 Mary Trailer --.------ 1.114
ot NEl. A NE'4 0' SE'4 __83 I 20 AO D. I. O. Green ______________ I e.ee FlW'4 a' SWt, of 4 A. F.1 of Lou. 6.7 :: I\k:\ 5 In Lmeon;; City In
A NI, NF.t4 of NW'4 A. E' of SFV4 of ,_ / sa Ed. J. Johnson 1.15
of I
Wtof NEI'CA {, of 8Et Ni -
'' I tt ------- -- --
8W'., A NW". of AEV _____?_u 20 IAn J. T. R..... _._______-_?___-118.10 NW'4 A.NF.4':' D' NW 0' NE,, otNW'4 TO D. D. Brownlne I'.OS Loll 6.1.7 of 1.1"oL nll; Iny'y

W'iI.or SW'4 A NE'4 of SW\4\ ...5I 20 120 !!eluot. FI..i.k ____________2600NEI4 .II' 0' NE ot SWL'21 NllfA I 12 ---- ---- I : of BEt. W or R" ____------52 1 U Eo1. J. Johnson ....____.___ 11."

!: ______._________________.84 20 lrg Frank Murpby ______________ 47.81 Com at : ear of l4.f I Lola 6.7 of bIll 7 In Llneon City Ine'k
of ___ tra Jnhn. _________ _____ run 0218 rd. S 60 riM Wa 18 O'.n ______ '
S ot SH, of SW'4 NW'4 _JN 20 ___ 6.12 10 Unkllewn 19.18 0' SEL4 W 0' R" --- -84 / Jlorr .14
.____ ---- p
fta 1.8 nic N eo n. t" Mrs 1 I II ---
__ 180 r.... ____ 40'4All City in
J Ex NWV of NWL: 8 T 2Q 600 H. 8. Warren ________.. ...--187117 SWt4 0' NW'4 A NE'4 of NW4So"1'sw \ a0 Walnwr4ht 21.46NEV4 $10: of SE''". W nf K" ________ 11I 1 II 1:01.: J. Johnaoll _____ 1.41 I

NW' 0' NE'4 a. NEVI 0' Nw14 T 20 80 Henry Shaw _________ 118' of '4 -::::::::::::::::::::22 : 44 81 4n T: k' Mathla ,,..::::::::== 2119Lt I' of NW4s of 'WK1 a.o" bag at '1'Ir:

8' NWV. fi ; ,rftwlEL1 SWV 10 W. J. 5taltlna. T.8t 'IB'3 lie. 60 ft W A rem s 11 II
f"r: 4".I: of Wlofa 0' of 8E'6 ___,22 6 II ----- ---- I
'40 of 821)1 _. e T 20 2/4 Mn Mary B. Tho.-_ -,-., sleek of SW.. 0' NE of A J. D. Lowery ._.___?____ ',111Lo1o "....,. W 2MO rt thence W 15 d..
S'4 0' S'1 ot Iota T A 8 _________.7 T 20.0 L. M. Wa"', ___________?___ 11.10 N 4 a B.' of bUr.. 1 III town of NW'4 LawLey ,28. I 12 er.4w N to W IIn. or .. ftI hence

Lot 11 Ea I a In SEcor A Nii of W _______________ 7 M-. Sallie Redn.h ___._______ 11.98 N to NW cur ..r 8W14 of NW\4
lot 12 _____-___- -,____ 1 7 20 111 A. A. H.ulI _________________ 18.811'' W 7ft n of 0' R"lot II bill I" town n ot 2S 5 then, 11: to bat _______________88 5 11II'1 Unknawo ___.___ 10,41Not i

8' nf lot 12 Ex 1 lot 8n ft E A. W by _____ __ w. 1. o..t..t ---------- ,... or 5W10 ,,'IIW14 Ea.I"N\1!
W of __ 11 22
4n G. C. n..1II ___ ____ _____ __ Lawt.y R" 1 ___ ._____ ._ H.n
410 It N .II' S In SW eor _____ 1 1 20 h ? __ 28.11 eor A Ex 1 a fur church n 6 12 11 It O. Grant ._ _

NW'4 0' AW44 ________________ 8 1 20.n A. A. H..n ____________.____ B2 21IIE'4 All 0' blk 11_ _In._town_ ot_ Lawt._ _W__ M... M. L. Lol1dh..lI. ._un_ II ANinn. Lola 1.9.6.1of blk S J. M. John. ?,
..f S1'4 __00 _______________-_ 8 1 20 40 John C. Cone ___________-__ 10'BIIN H7 14 town 23 5 It "bdl..I..n' or NK14 of No,' ____a S 12 Unknown _______.___ 10,11NWI4 1

'. 0' SW'4 0' 9WL E7 E I w __ 8 7 to 17 n. 1If. \1.,11I __________________ 18 AtIot IAwtpy 1.2-8 W of 0'5It ___--_.. ___0'_n I 22 !II 1'1. Lolli. L.. 81..ke -_______ 14 BnH.I' 0' SEt/l E 10 a I" SWear _. 1 I 811 1. O. Con ________________?-_ 8406Nh'4
12 of hlk 1 In Ward Cit, ______ 8 7 20 .Io.h.m Ward 0000________ 1.09 i of SEI4 B a In eon __8 A 8 8& L. Grlffl. ________________ 13.90
Lot lQ-20-21 0' hlk B In Ward "It,_ I 7 20 M.in. S..1e Co. ______-----2__ '..811Lol. of btk _1 In_ _town_ .of.h.U Lawl..y W 21 !M,. Vlrvlnla Fut.h ___._____. 7.8a I 1" s In PFI: rnr 0' NW" 0'SI _8 6 U K. I. I,.. __?______?____ 6,70BF1y .

1-2.8-4 0' blk 18 In Ward Ry n I i of ?_?___._______.___ 4 I F 81 Coln..n _______________ 11.111

City _____________ __________ 6 T 20 H. P. GRiney _______.4_________ 19.80 led 100 NW ft eor N .II'of S lot b" 20 400 In It town E a WIn rotI..wwy BEt of NJ -_-" __- ___ ___-__16 0 I t Mlttnle (ielu.er ________.___ 181
W ftO It ot f'ftcl blk 11 In Wand \ of A 844 ; 8Vi4 ofNF14

City ____. ________________00. 7 10 D. A. E. RUIA.II _____?____ '..11L..lo >> 22 E. nFoa: 0'21 R"2._ -__28____Tp___B___S.n _.____ MI'I. W. ;I. Chandler ..---_____ 18.U : ._ ._ ._;_________8 S 1 an i. T. l/lokley ___._____ ______ 1.1 ,
5-87-1 ot blk 20 In Ward NF.i4 of ____ __________. S 40 0. C. Tulle _________-______
1.\8
Clly ________________________ B T 10 ",... !Milipy Calnry ____________ 1'45 N'y' 0' lot 171 OP N 200 It In town ..fI.'v : BF:tt If IIW"1 __ ______ ________.lilt I I9 NI Ella.: Moon _______.____-__. II
2. V, Andrea. Pere 23 P24 96 Tp 6 S. _____. ____._____ ____
__ 17.08 0 180 A. J. Miller
All}rant t 1;21 blk;10tln7 Ward In Ward t""lt;:: : 7 7 PO 10 Bloxham Ward; :-:::::::::::::: 1M:: R 21 F.. E of Ry _________________.____ Wllaon 8 Me.nn-----' tEl.' .f of tl"8 ? 1.9' t

Com at NE nor 0' J. A. Ahhonarpahbnee SFU, o'nr"k'Jtf. NE44 A N44 ofSF:1r4 10 WII..n A Toom.r Fkrtlle.r Ca __ 2109AW : Ni.. ._El ___._NB'4____ 6 Unknown ____u________ 11.111
__.___. _.___ 1 lO
: 24 S 22 10.1"rfor NW\ _,, ,,_ ________ 14146
Int A rem E 7& 't I 24"'X _________ 10 I. B. Abraham ------------- -- NW'4 _. ,86 J. A. .I.m.n ?
of 0' .26 1:1:
Vi SW\4 I
NW'4 \
ft N 210 ft to 1 1n 8E IN\\ of a 7 U 10 Mr.. Mlnnle N"lm.n 44 '
bey
ft T2 \ -- -- -------- ---------- 2
of I _ B 7 10 g" M. Devin ____________ 11.n WI., r NW'\ BEDA' of AEVf ANR1' of IW 7 t40 I'nknnwn ,_ -
SW'1 of AWLS _-___--__---__-___-n--_-__-_-__ 9 7 10.0 john C. Con. ________________ 19.U : of SEI, ofSW' 28 0.... A.llto..1 ___________.1184 149: ', of :::::_::::::::::::: : 7 82 10 Mrs. M. 0. -nil ; --Fat :::::: 12.46NF4. :

A'' 0W14 r NWI4 of n' IIEVL 1't4.-o-S i4--:28: :.28 B IJ: 10 I.ue J.nkla ______.________ TISSWl 0' N WWt. III a In 1m __ S 7 RO W. W. ._____?_..--__ U 11Ntk

I Iiiw[" Ex S ;: A of v'aya -_ __,__. 9 1 20 51 Mn Ella Lew.-----__.____ 19.80 E'. ,01 of E'!OWl, n' NW'j __ ._21 8 6 23 211 10 I.ow.lonn.n ____ '..8'N1r 0' FI FlWI ___ _e._ .n__ I 7 2 ao M. W. trllfl.; ?______?____ 87.I t'

' "F NFV' A sf SEV, EeRy F'1 0' !< "t of 82LB 7 10 T. ----.---.-.---
. r"h n!' wore I'u! ..-._.. .__. 0 1 20 LOA H. P. R41nn, ____________.__ 2U1NE' '/, of. SWI." of SW A N1.of_ 18 Unknown ______________ n.01 WI' of R".' 8EI4 A 81oi4---of- 2 I. M..n 1.1

of NW'4 A NL4 0' NW'4 .10 1 20 140 N. P. Gnlney ____-________ 10.n FlW SW' of 0'SW', 1511 n 28 I iii I ',., of 5F'. ._ ._.__... _.. 4 7 20 Or. F. l. W.ble ...-________ 2.10

AWL, 0' 141.1)1.1, ___ ____________.__16 T 20 4n H.mp P.d"ett ______________ 1I.IIB Com. rem.t E on nor a. IIn.AWLS 410 of n AE'4A toapt I SWI of NW14 -- .- __________ 4 7 1 CO J. 11. .. -.-----------.-.- 1.D I
NWL; SWI A W'4 W44 of of NIV', of % 4 7 U 20 Unknown -------i.---
.\t, Ex 2 :: ____.___13 7 20 48 E. J. Dvel F..t. ______________ 15.74 of tone, thence N r18 6M10b E 101128 1 I J. W. 'illiama _____________ 044 Cum t NWcor rS VW'N:4: t
A !8R1
tt San t W Inv 8
ofW" ___ 111 Jr. F. Warrn ________________ 11." IlnoUe" 11"1)wr.
AWLS 0' ____ __. ______ .f1 T 20 SE'l ::::21 6 Godwin ----- --- ---- E 780 It 8 n '
of NW' 23
NWl, 0' SW'4 ___________________15 1 10 40 H. p. Gatney ----_______.__ II.U 4 or Atli'.a'0' 0' of SE'j .20 ft I II S J... R4 ...... --_.___._____ 1159N' I .ln IMO ft 10 I." __ _.__ ___ 5 7 1 I Ant, I.. __. _-____.-__.___ 45 tj
SW', AEV A SELL of 9Wt, le.aR I NW'j 20 Mm. Ail l/e Rrdd'.h' ___._______ 1077W'4 1 In SWaM of of 8W'4 0'
.___ a
\\00'nerea _--..._.._._...._...IR T 20 70 Hard" 1'.t __________ 22.81NE'4 .. 0'0' SRt.NE'4 or of NW'1 NW'1 ___----27____27 II 5 2 23! 10 J. T. R."oIloh _________?_______ 10,779F. se. Ki ______ 8 72 I 0.,1. Johnson ____._-__.. I." I J,

0' FlE'4 I... I 8 a ____.___1. T 20 34 H. 1'. Calney --------_-_____ 11.36Ona j 0' of SE'. ... NRi. 0'FlW'4 044 n' NE\4"\ of14F h
In NW rnr of 14W of 14W NWV4 ____- __ 20 P. L. Dlnklna ____....... .- 11.0T It SI A 1.0 Jame. RrnolJ. _____ 42.'. I
1/AydcNAPhv BA 4-4.25 Wl6 T 10 1 John C. Con. -___________ U9 142..J'. 0'0'SE'ALTS. of IE'6 4t1414 .7T I 22 FI.NW. ,' -::::::_::::::::::::: i ; 40 J.>T.: R ..VH'H t 1

E' of NE'. .II' E 30 a 0' W I4 of of-SI'4: .r 1'l. of SE'4 ": 21 I 12 16 Unknown -----......_..... 11.07 F'.. n' RNsof FlW' ____ _o T II ao Lilly "" .I 1

: ____________"""_____11 T 20 110 tobn C. Cnne ------------- 41.40 W of NWVA ot NE'4 a AW14 0' lE' 0'
w".1' .SW-. 0' NWt; _________.17 7 20 AO L. r..wl. ---------------- 1950i I :)'/ of svt1\ of W\vof\ S3 of I'I'NF4 IW I4 _______________ __ 7 12 60 Unlenown -.-----------..?- 16.67
EV'Or's W 7t. or NWt4 --_________-17 7 20 10 H. C. Bntng -------.---- 12.88ot 0' SW'0'\. \\J\4 ___h2B 5 21 10 U. J. Thnmw .._. -....11." FlW 'I4 of NW'. . ___ ___ 1 I 1 24 .0 M... tII..b..h: C Orlrr'' n___ 16.19 f

ft ___ __ _____18 T 20 In C. N. Shaw _._____ IS.S8WI1l Lot 28 A. N'6 "f lot 40 .. WI4 0''Dt NFL4 NF.\4\ h_________ ___ 7 990 T. J. Allo.m.n ____ 10.44
of 8F R. AEV of SW4V! ____22 7 20 1211 John W. Lewis ---_________ 87.01 ft2 ''n Woodl.wn ___.9o O n 10 101... I..ura A Sia.ell ___h.__ '.00 I All ._ ___ ._ ____ __1 7 la &41' Paul 1.0. __._ -___-?___,10.114NW'4

..f SE'4 of BE'. A. SW'4 0'RSE'j Lo... 61.69 Elfa oflot-61 In 0' NW & BW'4 0' NW4i\ a 1NF14 I
S. L. _____ ________ 12 81 11.11 ,
V------t/ 2n ; M... Martha 1'.ott c.m" 15,54N' Wondl.wn __ ___ _. .___ 29 a 12 21 M. n. C.rte. ?------------ .- .1S 7 :: lao M. E. R. now ---------- 10.16 ,t tFI

0'' NW14 SWI44of of SW --_-_______14 7 7 21 10:0 0>> : Mstllda G.tll" ------------------- 18.88 }lawnll A_. N lfa "f lot 22___In__Wood29_ 6 12 28 .r.ff n. Iklwllne _..__________ 1657fo. I NWi' ,0' ; I.1ii'___; NWI-.14_11 7 7 I M F. I. n__u_________..__._ 'T.II '

Ai4 0' SW'4 of NW.1;. _:________27 Henry G.tllll ---------------- 7,11N'4 99.25 In-Woodlawn __.- -.29 1 20 M 11. Carter Slauill---------: : : Dab I At4, 0' NE": _._ '_' _____ _____.IA 7 81\ E Daw _._______ 1.11

0' NE'4 Ina 1 a In NE ,r __ I N'1, of tat 12 In Won4lawn :::::: 6 : A Mw. Lau, A. 1.01 SIi n' REV: { _________.?___?_____11 7 1 a0 W. O. Seals _._____??._.__ I
_____. ____ __ 8.70
___ 96,7for __ __ '
711 Trum.n D. Dy.1 ___ .
__ __ _____ 10 RnhL Norman u as J. Il.mp Jon.. .
church ____ __ ___ 21 1 20 Lot 111 In Woodlawn81 1 21 All NF N of It" "_-. 1 I ------ ----
___ P5
__._._____ n .o
I. A. Pave
NF.t'NEL' a N 0' 88 I Lo... 8 a 14 In Woodiawn.Ni 6 22 20 Parra.nGt ? NFL, .' Fa I a In JII
7 8..S FlF.
Rleh81'd nriff. ____
? m'4 28 ------------- B H. H. __
____ 11
of I I I''E' 0' Int 17 In Woodl.w" __ ___81 O 12 .. \ 0' SE'4
NE'4.'r A NW\4
________________ 11.88 ___ 19.46Lot r.
fIW'4 U W. E. nrlm. _
? _-4 11.0. W. J. Bralllnn __ I 11 J. D. __._....._. 11.72
WV of NE' 0' NElj B II R. _____________ '..88W 1.0'. 25-40-41-42 In Woodlaw0 ___It O ___ __ 066 SE1 ________ ___ ._--lo 72 Ir.v.U .-
211 J. Raler 8..n __
___ _______11 8 11 ---- .' _________.____ Ia 10 Mn. Laura A. .
1': 0' NF.4 of NEl, ____ II In Woodl.wn 811 6 5.70 Cnm .t 8F. of 111 A rem W
__________
______.__ 80 J. B. Rai.r -_ 2116S 10 H. }t. Porm.n.r ___ er .
0' NWt. ___ __ \2 11 Lot U In Woodl.wn ________?_. 81 O n 880 N 57151 't In a pt 0' MNth.n.
19.96E4
0' SE'4 of 1 1NE'4 _______.__11 1 III 110 N. J. Smith _?____ I A
of NEil NEV4A __ 1.8'rflWJ. lots 11-2T In Woodl.wn N 218.3 ft E 10ft rt Inl ftp1
41 8. n. Cordon
Ex 5 In 5E eor ________21 6 II ---- -- 19'20 \ of NE'4 A I\a!: of W\a 0' NE4iN : 'I Ill A ftW20 '
38 Unknown ----.---------- f 118 f O. W. Awlndl. ___________.._. It 8. i ir."l
ehuroh 28 8 1\ _
for a
0' NE'4 Ex I N' 0' NEV'of 8E'4 ____ 19 I
: of NW'4 ___________________2B 5 11 40 A. J. Cow.rt -________ 11.82 lI'IIS I 1'" 4If B ___ .____-.--81 8 21 1110 E.!: L. Coo _____________ .9 II bee I In ItnMnn's add 10 Ilamptnn 7 1 .nlol H.II..m" ---_..___.__ 7.11 1 111.'t
____ __ 10.17
NYor FlW'4 ___ _______?______0028 I 11 4n fl. A. J. Johnson_ ._ : !l1l 0' SW\4\ 0' SWI4 ____________11 II 1111 Kathryn Farrar __ 3 I. Ifwlon'.dd to Ilnmpnn _tl 7 n M."",. 1.II.m" ---------?- ".1
40 E. D. Dial ___ __ 12.96NWt4 1: II .
___ 28 6 11 .1'.10.11I.
SE'I 0' SW'4 [o. 1'.21 18 1-2 em. 1.2.6-4-54 n' bit 18 In
Et Id off W aide I 1 otI l.mp John MRlady __________.__.. 07697nta
0' SW'4 a bracing NI4 0' NEI4 a NE'4 J. J. _..__________ 1.99 .n. __ 1 II
heine 8 ebn. 48 link- wide .t S I I NW'4.. 8B Tp I'9R III E It Sironir U.U nr hlk H In l.m"lon _111 7 21 W. O. 6..1. .-----.-.--.-- s.TNI.

erd A 9 chap wide .t N end aiaaAWV4 Lot 111 71(, a r..vlll. ..mb..ln.N' ." ft. ..1.1n' blk lit
0' 8W'4 N or branch Ex 0' NEV A. NE\4\ ot NW\4\ 0' blk 1ft I. .111 7 II A. A. M./n.I.1 ------------? 10.T
... 19.11.12
__ __ ______ 11 40 O. W. Dial ------------------- 26.81 I tor __ ___ 8 1'.ln TIId.l. Jr ---------- l"mpt..n __. 'h
2110; a In NW en. __ 28 5 roe :Ift Tp ft 22 E __ .___ ____ ._____ 1.f NW'4 nf AWLS __ _10 1 III 20 A. M. _
All FlE'4 of NW\4\ A. NW\4\ of SW'4 Lot U P..tavlll..mbraring. Nlfa of I" 0' 2 A In AWeor .10 7 7W.. U. Sleek.. ___.____-_.- 11UE .
18.26 AE"t
__ __ __ 40 T. D. H.ndle" ---------------- J" 1
S 0' river 00__ _. ___ 20 a 21 NE'4 A NE'. of NW14 1e. le LID l31 I.A of of 1.1

All N'/ of SE\4\ A N44 0' 9W\4\ 980 ____ ______ Tr 222 A 1.1137 j T..1"h' ::::::==::::: I-/ lNWV In a IF lame AW\ I._ ___ .In 7 II Unknown _._-___.____ 6.41
) Hendla ____ 12.1 cnn I
T. B. a
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n' rver _____________________ 6 II "_ 12.95SFV4 NFV4 SFV4 :::::::::::::::::::Ti 10 ___ 104I 0 ..FE n' 5W 14 of IIW'4 -90 7 III J. A. Saxon --------?---... 474
5W14 f \ -- _,. .._,712 11 : /0 S J. Rater. -::::::::::==:: 21.12: 0' NE4 or SW\4\ _______?_ I 6 II 10 n. A. F. Wolt. __ ?____ 14.BO I IISE'i. All rot E. "bolv AW'A __ .__ ._ 7 6.0 Peal Or ___________.__- 111,11
J4 471 W. C.: Clemono M. E. Edw..da W14 1
; :: : : NW 11I.0 Mrs. -- ------ 1 .
.. -- ------------011 S 1 /A Impire' LumbeP Co. 14.96NFfi I NW', 0' % _____n__.______ I 5 of RW44 _____ -______-__ 1 10 l.kl.n Lal Co. --__ ?u ".a '

'' of SF':' .. .46 6 : 10 T. J. Mare __,___:==:: 19 40NWL' : 0' NW44 A W'4 of 8W'4 of A. J. Brian ________.______ 17,91WI4 I IWI NW 0' 2'i' 0' RW'4 ot 1
of SE'J ::..:::::::::::::::.94 5 /0 J. Gr,-- 11107NWI4 (;', .. 6 III BO 11'I. F'v .J I a fur 11 T 21 I Jennle nl..o -.__.__-_.. I.UIW.1

SWV4 6 :: "wJ. : .:_=::=== 14.96SFV ,I of NE'4 a E1l of NW' .. ._______ ________1J2..1 rh".h
?: :::::::::::::=::: 6 U r Grrrn 120 1'1. E.: Conova : !d NW'421
WVN _
NWV. 1 Tom d. 6.64SW44 E'' 0' 'w' A. W'4 0' BE'4 8 6 U Co. _____.__ U.H I NW Np'7".1 T J. 8. M.,1 __ ._.__.. 1.4
NF'S 5W14 -- 1 N ;: 10 : :_::::::::=::::: 12.99: 24'4 0' RW"1 ____ ___nu___-__: 6 6 211 so J. too1l.n.ln --- or : 0'I 1.7
40 SIm Kelley 8W"
o.! : :::::::::::: a NJI'I NW"
R\V% ?_-__-_ NWU of NWInr NE'4 .II' NE'4 of '. NH', 1 13 60 W. O. /a" ---- __.._-227.42
20 Stili Keilny -------------,1/.0T 1 20 T. 1'1. Conn. --------------- .T'II"of II
___ I
___ N II _
514 of SW1', 0' Fl1"'I 00 I NJlII: of NWV ___ _n__- I 0 211 20 H L. Crean _____...__________. '. i If NW"f S a
81)0'5 nt 11'\.of: \ NW'4 A W'1! 0' BI lW4 0' BW'4 ____________ II A /7IW'4 14.4' All '': ...; ', A W'y' 'ofRe of4W

NW'4 A. Nj2 0' B\\\4\ a SEV ofj2 N. C. Matt __.__________ U.U of NE'/\ ____ __10 4 2a 40 Nape A Mil.--- ---------- I I .. :..It 7 II 11 J. U,, M.I -____ _._______-41.06

Aw41\ __ _____ ________ 41 1nn n R M Cro.h, wLir E': :E-v.AElk" Of NW __ ______ lUll1I.0'D'bI1 5WV'of RwIS 7 .a P. J. __h-._"______? II.TI
of 8F 9tSE :::::::::::::::::: llg;: ,. NR' 1\ 6 (8 80 Unknown .11-1.;
0 SF.V a : 471 N C. Molt J. C. Eli'r n.na 7.11 2W of A. 18 a on W
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: ::
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W: NW4, NB-L A NEVI of14 AO R M. Crsby __________?_____ 10.80 of 4 ___ __ / 111 C. T. Sllso. _____________ N94WI. NW .nr NI'', of 1F.'o A '
.1 _-14
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-- .. Alv 18.15 NE' % Llvln..too 194SE'4 I : n' or 9 7 .1 .0 I. U. Row. /It ._______ .
NE4S of NE'4 ____________________22 8 21 10 M.. Annie ns ------ ---- II." of Eli nr BF.11.n' NW'4 .___14 6 III 11\ J. Ilaner -------_-_- NP cnr RE' 1 II /0 Unknown __.__ __ ._ I.I ,\
__ 21 60 M.... Susie E. S. Johlleon ------ I I" H. C. Kuhl _______________ 10. NW' or NFV4 .JIII -_ ? 10.T
__ .__ 22 6 of 0' ,,,. _________14 I U
W 0' NF.\4\ ] NW\4\ 4
0' 0. S
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it 211 IInlenown .._____ Cnm at A pt on
SEVt WINEV4-- \ a198 Underhill 1126\ E". of W'4 ot NJI4: ____.____11 6 12 ______ / It 5.f P
R. A J. L. ____ ___ 12141 r'uht nf
H. I'v
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tVSE 1\
__ __________ I 39.63Wit Nit 0' FlI': of NI': _______. .. ._1' 6 U 12,143 tl N 3AN rt W
SI nt 81V'4 .II' SW\4\ 0' SLY _-__29 1 ..12n D. R. Warren --------------- U.18 114, -,- A : Jolla Ooodwia : A.:::::=::::: : I line A pun 1 405 .
80 D. B. Warren --------- lt'or..E; l4nfor :: H C. Sherman 1091BELT .1. N 11):' In IIt nr hen In N44
------- 10
__________82 6 11 :: :::: A f l
______ --It
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LO Aamp.on. A B-C-F Cit7\ A -lot_-3_-of-__blk-__10_?_in, 1 T 11 W. E. Jana ________________ .12 I 0' 11214 0' SEV- a U AL __.______ 111.1' Com 217", ... J of NW .n.,1.0'NPI' S
: of NF'4 nun y.
Sub DIY A-R. ot tot 3 or blk 18 In .1.86 Free NWVtofhlkNAOR1l0A' I II" to

Snmpeon City __._ bik __A 4 T 11 S. I. PlOtt -------- ------ I IB a begat a ..roh21.: W efNE a ken 1741 rl._ W__ 12'1 "_ I 1'da. ...80 1 1 2 Mle. ".1 J. R.ddlih ..____.1.. J
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11 of FI A remSIIIcho.WtoSlyNonHtoN
Lot 1 0' blk 11 lot I cor F'4 n' 514, n' H2'4 of NF14 1 Iwa I lot .
Int 1 of blk 18 ..1In\ Sam peonC"I1 4.11
_______________.___ 1 T tI Unknown ----------------- 12.81 I linn of call SCM thence F to haw 871 ftNAAby 1117EAWIn_ SWcnr ___10' 10" lee Mary I. Reddish ..___ ___ 1189Slk .
Unknown -------- -
4o -----
NW or NWy4 ____________ 9 T 11 14.18 .1.0 EH of WH of NEVI ofREM .. 1173Pour n Unknown _________
__ __ _
80"eh..l. a Sproul- ----------- 6" 21 Cant KlBt __ ___ 8 .Itbally .r NWI4 ------ 7.1
11 _.. ._. II'
f'F.4 0' NW\4\ A. NEI44 0' FlW\4\ O 7 18.81Sty I .- .. ._. -21 I JJ t Nr'
J. O. Wynn ------ 2.8 111 In i
81 /
----
NE'4 of N4\ Iwa 8 a In SW eor _10 7 11 -r'ww-- .1I'\ f Com at NW soy of land owned by r... '_HempA2 1 I' J. P. Hnwey ____________._____100.1.
ot 8104 of lW14 A NE'4 0' 18.14 ElmIra Klnir on E .Id' of Ky AV I'
___________.1D T 21 .0 ;I. N. TMmu ---------.-..- rltrht .na-lee to R, U E I 101. 6.4.6.0.7 A. B 1f.of tnt 2 0' 1 1I
aW\4\ __________ -w rSE1S I run R nt Ilk 2" In 80 7 J. P. Hna.r ____ __ 11011
of NF.v or lint nf 21 thene N on .aid ..p.line H.m. .. 2 .. .
mo
NW" of IF.\4\ .II' W'4, T tI .0 ft. A. P.tt -------- 2'.22 Bib 1-R In UAmr.l.n ,. T 2 J. W. "..w.n --- -.-- -II.T J
0' NEV.-II to center &U In Templee. nub
0' SW'4
A SI4 18.T8NE'
N7.t', 0' NJlI'' 00______ ..__________14 7 n.o III R.Annie L. R.R. C..k Atkln.on-------------------------- 1.18 .llvl.ion I "ne. W nn 8t to Ryth.ne Ltd., I n'_ Ilk _:__I .In Ibm"I"n_ II_ ENo 7 W. a. __.___ ___.___ "..41IE' '
of NW'4 of NE\4\ _________-14 7 11 75,60 ,. S along Ry tober In EH II I .
;., 180 F.: 1J Janes ------------------- I I of 1 14we ny n'
NW aN'. 0' NW% 0' SW'4 .11 7 21 ...11 '..laNEv I of NF': Ft iiueh Iota or paw aahave Louie (Jeen _.______.___.1801 NJ'4 r..ht W'I '
k 10 W. O. ----------------- I' FlW'i ,
8'4 0' 8W'S of SW4! _____ .__11 1 21 heretofore been d.---. 21 41 n 10 J.. IIo..b. --------..--- T.A N1. 11' ", 11'11. .811 1 J. ____.._ '1.0' i
.II' NEv .f SWI.' A N14! of NWV. of HFV: of BFM: ___ ___22 1 II n' .f 1pII AII .80 7 I' P. a. M.I..__?.__-____ ,
III N'E eor ot SW'4 ofS5 NW' SWV '/, A SWVi ________ 11.92 All 11 11'4 .1
5EV' lr B a "AW k.t.S 2" J. I. Elliott: __ ______ that In land
SE'0'' SEV4 Ex 2. In ___________.111.17eor of ', of .__ __ ..-..22N' 41 U 1111. ; I' I
n.'t.
A 8W10 Fort rJanlnl 94444201a11 .
128 Che.lry 20 --------- I A A fn A S. A.
_. 7 21 11.11 <, of AWL, of NF: .22 41 22 10.VI J. M. ._ __ __._ I.U 1
80 f"h..I"I' .Fow. --------------- T Unknown ----- -------- In NWl of 10 7 II I ,
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Wi! 20 H. A. -- ---------- 18 n' Ih nn aide A i
___________20 T 11All of of 8WV Ex N B .23 5 II 1'1 I '.
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of SW'1 of SEll, Su..ne, 1044SEtLor / ( NWM IW'/o 7 l' a. W. __________
20 R. B. ---------------- nr 'I U. 1.42
of SE\4\ E 0' R. ____..20 1 21 18.719 Nine a I In a trlanvln 'belna alt of J. S11os _______._____ lI.n I I HII
: J..n. J.
8114 311 R. R. ----------- : It 0' NW A of W'4
8wt.. Ex I a In NE; !: cor __20 7 21 1". Reynolde _________ 1.11 I Si of SFM of 8WM N of road .21 S n 10 W. C. Wan, ___ _________ 9.94NE'I SJ11 NP4 .
________._21 7 21 10 u NF': of SFM: of NWVi _.____21 4 21 ; : 4or
.
0' 7,111ou I ?? n. IIteiekl.nol .___._.__ 1111 Jlo'o, : o"N" +d
0' FlW'4 HAIL I'
Wi4 20 L., D. -------------- 40 & of
0' NEif _________.25 7 21 B84JSW" / : of NF'4:' .____00___________ 24NFM 6 U 11.11 : J. __ __
W. 0' NW feel See _11 7 II lftlt Ju. t.,nnlda ---------- .14179efl of FlI':'} __ __. ___ ______ ___ _28PFV. A II 40 1. M. 1.1. __ -_- 14 .1NWI4 NWV 1116 7 w 10 MM. "'1 n..b w 1L7lSA6y.
__._ ___ L. J. .
1.4-D-4 o. J. ReynolA. -- ----?----- 411 J. K. J.j. Hof '/ -- -
__.. ____________.-._.-._27 7 21 lftO BO J. O. Weaver ---------- 21,12L' of HFlf; _. __..________________24 A U 40( 1. L. G.Iret. ___________ 21.10Wa ... ro' NE4nf0F14equ.1SaA .
SF4t .
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S 0' : ef Moth A 8'4 of e., 'In6 "f r of \
.' Bw54 of SW'4 A EH, 0'SW'4 14.08 of W. 1 Ai Nf'
I.. ReTwlds -------------- N n1.
______.______________.271 7 It 100 NW', of 8WH aW com 110 yta .r SI''I: A .NI .
of EH, 0' I'.0'FlE'4 N of SW eor of of SWMA Par : call NE'1 of N lj27h. ; 1then
of 5:.: ; WV4 Wllliama -- ----- N:1Io" .
V" ---- 7:1'( then. S
_____ ______.28 f It 100.- run E 147 r'U yda W n Thoo Tiso1, _______..____ 9260 W. nda 1 ... her :
10 a In NW eoA Hyri.. S 110 ,,10 to bag 3 l-t a ..24NEM 19 II ______ 26/5 E "
NE Ex 40 I... }JI".n..b .
NE" o N .Ida of FlE ofN2' of NE'4' ,_- ---- -.,.==., .--_27 1 II to a.l.n p..m. .1- NI': .O or 5h I4 of
100 ft on a' NEVi\ E 0'N S3.Ot A '4 a I In 8F one of NE'4 of N.i.n.\ llo v<.la W 120 Til*
...
1 .U NW'4 -.4P 71 35'i W. J. Jones --- -- ---- SE'' NHnv 3aNA8fcylMSAW > ______........... t.84Geneva N 110 >.I! P 220 yda t heir equal ._ _____
Ry o"f s'f<4"S"NHV: Ei'5'ioo ...sots : __ .. ___._ ._____.____21 9 tt I Theo TIeon 4 a I a 1 1 Jo.. Ihll" ---.--._ ._ 10.11

' P6 a _________.19,1 n W. J. JoneeB ---..?.-.---- 712 Com 200 fl. W of NE!: eor of WH of NWl A NF'/ of of _____.________
SW Neal
cnr P. D.
ft A. 1 a In E of T It ;. 8. Sarreney ---------- NW'1 of SFH af KFI. A ron fl Nr'wI1' W of HWV af tI 4 7 1.,0 111

VhWftt l : :911; of R:"E211 248 ft W 109 ft N 24B ft E moo ft 8.83 Nf't N'* of NW' ofNP'
All et : __ __ ____ _____ I Town i r i -- -- nf of
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PACK RlfiHT / BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE.. FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 1. 1921.

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Bradford! County Telegraph! C OL LDNT STOP AUTO 1 1I 'I r'lea/oCue./ suspects Elrrxl is trying to I presented with a Japanese nut bowl, I fMiss r The ears should be protected during

I Eight in one Automobile frighten other deilet-n ml) cvtturu : Hilda Strutch was given /guest the bathing period. Water prewire,
persons !
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--- were killed on Thursday at a Wlai' i'\I their competitive ')ira.-tu-cj, I. nd increase prize a candle holder. : against the ear and water in the ear

l'u'I'lJ1\hf'rt! 'v i "I i t! inrt ..nt.*.. i a.> ''''urn railroad crossing towards ,, the price.Meanwhile ': KINg. Y Those enjoying this affair were: ,' is dangerous. The inner ear was never

n-cond: class matter at the post which the driver of the car had been I|;Ii i I, the war i ia spreading, :Mesdames R. A. Weeks, Clyde Alvarez meant to receive water. If bather
I and gas stations at Fremont and Lin- j E. Matthews: J. C. Robinson I. will the insert
office at Starke, Florida. speeding i with a desire to cross in use bathing cap, or a
"1 tS=.' advance of tho locomotive. At the I t I coin are selling auto juice for I 15; A. Z. Adkins, S. L. Peek, N. Stern- vaseline saturated cotton plug in the

I : ;. MATTHEWS ..Owner.J. II. IIt"t moment he saw ho was attempting I| cents a gallon. Governor Charles |I burn, !Misses\ Hilda Struth Florence ear this trouble can be elimintod
I I Bryan has opened a state gas station j (Grapevine Associated Press) Matthews Aileen Alvarez Irene I
entirely.
an impossibility and applied the I
Editor. I
C. RODIOSOS.u.Mana.I.;
, and will
lirukes, hut it was too late. The brakes ,, continue to sell gas at cut :, Russell Daniel :- trending!' ti'in. Mims. I I Public bath houses renting nuts' '
I unless he
I were imperfect; perhaps had they :I II prices is enjoined. | week with Eugene :Mafhewi. The hostess served delicious sand- must rent suits which are laundredand
i PUBLISHED!! EVERY FRIDAY Omaha is conducting a municipal wiches olives block
I I I'fiTi in proper condition the momentum -I I cheese biscuit thoroughly dried. No bather
gasoline station at no profit and at no I Miss Lucy Malby of Campvllle has and ice tea. should
-- --- ---- of the car could have been check-I ever accept for rental a suit
i SUBSCRIPTION RATE 1 <,
<>f the work of a foolish driver. I sinner John Hopkins, of Omaha, who might be left in a wet suit. E <-
Per 'i.-ir $1.50 I l is in charge of it, is vice-presiden of Clyde Alvarez spent the week-end WITHFLAPPER
.',.w people consider that the rail- the 15-cent He with his family at I I amine bathing suits carefully bef.' e
' league. plans to keep Kelly Kottage.
i'i'X and BOBBER
: M-u.ihs. 75c oail that owns the crossing/ does not I the city In business I accepting them-see that they are
permanently as a
\ .- hrouKh the country districts where I{i guard against) high prices. :{|| Miss Audrey Joans has as her g'lest; laundred well and dry. If in doubt, Inquire

t nearly all fatalities occur, as a usual The independents have been buying this week, Mia )M.tde MHdlcton. Where is the old fashion girl who how suits are washed and hand-

, i thintr occupy the rails one whole hourin I I __ use to cry over a broken romance ? led. What pertains to suits also pertains -
gasoline at refineries at from 8 1-2 to
I' I the N. Sternberg has purchased the to towels.
twenty-four. That leaves the
10 cents a gallon. A sign on one independent Dower the south of the An bob
property on ear can now be purctuuudin No one should go swimming immediately -
i way cli-ur to all vehicles for twenty- .1!
station reads "I for
1. I buy gas lake. the barber
I shop. ilaccleimy after eating. Wait about
i three hours each dt\y. That ought to |i 11 cents and sell if for 13 cents- a Standard. "
)Iw time enouKht to make safe 1 I two hours at least.
cross- 1 fair profit. Jo'. F. Stump has purchased a l lot
Do not to dive in shallow
mi"< Au rule a passenger train re-j i The 13-cent stations center around from J. L. Peek on the north side of A red nose is no longer a sign of : attempt

'luiri--' riot more than twenty seconds I| a railroad track, which reduces hauling I! the lake. drink. lIe may have a girl who uses water; be sure of water depth. If you

:,. I i", 'm.ikc the crossing and it is a long/ expenses. By admitting this ad- i too much rouge. have a cold are recuperating from

.. fright' that occupies more than one vantage; the propietors declare the, | Mrs. A. M. Kelly has returned after I disease, or have recently had a communicable -

. niinut,, to give clear crossing./ Even I old-line companies were making millions several days spent in Starke with :'
No. 49S4Meiuoership ailo'.iiMK. that each train occupies a of dollars when selling gasoline T. Wall. barber !shops. Short hair, it seems, I ming.

I ( In National Highway mute, which is extreme, there are above 20 cents. Nebraska! auto- Mrs. James Mitchell is spending a make long waits.Uptodate CHANGE IN TEXT BOOKS
\<-r.few. crossings in Florida where
Association ) I late see a promise of permanent relief -
few days at with Mrs. J.
Greencrest
--- -- -- : MXty trains are run every day. Consequently from gasoline profiteering In a barber has a goddess of The recent change in text books

,}. A rare newlawronc that --
not curry at leant one account of an I docs the company owning the rail- It; pays to klck.-Tampa Tribune. MIss! Flora A.: Cacly, of Toledo pole in front of his shingle works. gives below the price of each as ,
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I automobile and train contesting for way crossing occupy the property. -0- II Ohio, is visiting her mother, :Mrs Cady "On rainy days well as exchange price, where allowed. I
, right-of-way at a grade croaaing. Just IonIC racing fools will ,
so as Arithmetic
I GOVERNMENT: OWNED at Kingsley Park. I h'eard the : Hamilton's Essentials ,
-0- strive to kill time just long will flapper ttiffh,
I so RAILWAYS "It's -Lower grades retail .61, exchange
; I I After reading of 10-ccnt gasoline they !succeed in killing passengers I :Miss Beatrice Cady, of Jacksonville To very hard .57; Middle grades .69, exchange .64;

! : In Nebraska, Starke motorists, paying I 1'ulntka Daily News.! It is to be feared that we are going spent the week-end with her keep t your_powder dry. Higher[ grades .76, exchange .70. \'

: ''I j 26( cents have a suspicion they -0A -- to be troubled by the question of government I mother, Mrs F. B. Cady. Bathers at the beaches me askingfor English: Elson's Good-Book 1. retail ,

I., i are making up the difference. (;(,tJTTlmIAItKET: ownership of railways for Misses Madge Middleton and Elizabeth permanent waves and not the kind .52, exchange 47; book 2 retail .55, I''
I some time to come. Experiment, argument : -
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exchange 50 book 3 retail .59ex-
1'1' 1 If all the suggestion for improving :Most of the farmer's produce statistics and every other kind L Andrews are visiting Misses that come with the tides.-Taylor change ..54.HistoryiThompson's. ; '

1'\\ 1 the lake road were carried out,, especially from Florida and tho great of evidence has been presented. to I Audrey and Lucile Johns. County Herald. : now in use

i nothing but an areoplane would be Southeast, are perishables.! Many of show that the policy is unwise and expensive :Miss Winifred Lively of Tallahassee Though at silk hats retail 1.15; Gordys Am Bgngs in
able to it. them, too, are luxuries. Such products but the average/ politician is I
use is visiting Miss Florence Mat- Man may turn up his nose Europe retail 1.05, exchange .87;
I are especially liable to glut the
-0l.Ioards markets never troubled by any kind of facts' if thews at Elmwood cottage. His eyes he'll drop Evans' 1st Lessons, retail .75: exchange -

of trade may die and chambers either In times of unusual pro it suits his personal purposes to Ignore When it comes! to silk hose. ..70.Dictionary.
duction or economic depression. them. Dan Turner returned to his homein
I of commerce may come and go: : Wintons now in use
but the town knocker club goes orforeve,1folmea A combination of both of these con- France has just put out a concrete t Jacksonville Sunday, after spending The Supreme test is when the June retail 1.20.

I I County Advertiser. ditions have resulted in one of the table of figures which are very in. a week with Billy Graham. bride asks her husband tho ;I'irtt! time Orthography: Mastery of words

., -0-- worst market conditions in years. structive. They should be a more for the price of a hair cut.--Fernan- book 1 retail .38; book 2 retail .38 now
The largest dealers declare the : Mrs. F. A. Scott and daughter, Mrs. dina Leader.
condition the
Parisian women are replacing/ the forceful warning by reason of in use.Agriculture.
outlawed shingled bob with a Greek: the most deplorable within fact that the French people are very Stanley Carnell, of Ormond, wereguests ; Davis, now in use .86.
of friends here last week. Husbands have one advantage tl at
style of headdress. The rhymesters of their knowledge. Most central markets economical and government regulations Civics: Turkington's, now in use j.
their wives didn't have.
cnce They
the state notified I are completely cut off by embar- are strict. retail 1.02.Writing.
very Mr.
press are hereby and Mrs. A. K. Stringfellow, can wait in the barber shop while:! the
Lf I that "freak" will rhyme. with "Greek." goes. I' In the year 1923 each of the private spent Thursday at Magnolia Lodge bobbing is done.-Fertiandina Leader.It : Graves-Books 1 to 8,
I This state of affairs will result In' systems made earnings exceeding expenses with Mr. and !Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez. each .09.

You will appreciate our system of r bitter disappointment to many growers and their net operating income only takes a weddingTo Geography: Frye's-Book 1 now in 111 f'l

4 : graded roads around Starke, If you and a continuation of financial aggregated/ 732,000,000 francs. Mr. and :Mrs.: :Joe; Hoover, Mr. and make a fellow\ learn- use retail 1.20; Higher' now in use '

t first take a jaunt over the bumpy, strain in many sections. The hardship On the other hand, the state rail I Mrs. Edward Burns spent the weekend lie thought that she was hia'n retail 1.62.Physiology. '

unpaved portion of the streets of our may well point the less n and drive ways' operating expenses were 13 percent at Zelzar, with !Mrs. Katie Davis. But found that he was her'n.A : Primer of Hygiene ,

I town.Starke should not lag behind in I it home. The basis of our agriculture greater than their earnings, and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams And retail .48, Primer of Sanitation retail

S I this Important work. j system must be the standard non their deficit amounted to 145, 000,000 family are enjoying a vacation at cussed recent the convention of"more'women dii- .60 now in use; Human, retail .80.
perishable products backed by live question of free-
-0- I francs. Keat-a-While Cottage, Kingsley Park. Readers: Basal Childs World)
Leader Thinks Kluti stock. Perishables must lie produce dom. Can't see how they c..ud! go
I The privately owned railways continued Primer, now in use! retail .42 exchange
with caution, great cure being exer- much further in shinvnu their free-
to Io! Issue in Hpot Headline in t Lester Price and John Eldredge
Tampa Tribune. And the "spots" areas I fined to produce kinds. of products at to decrease their operating expenses Robinson are spending a week with dom than in booblng! : their hair.-Orlando .32; Childs World first reader
while the state railways decreased now in use retail .16, exchange
a time when supply is low and Kcportcd-StMr.
usually
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-' closely afllllatcd an the spots of a their Dr. and :Mrs. E. T. Campbell at
demand active-always aiming, at operating expensesscarcely .34; second now in use retail .52:! exchange -
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leopard, as one cngrcsslonul candidate Welaka.
found to his superior quality. )Diversification with at all. I Having been asked the straight- .42; third now in use! retail .;3h\,
sorrow.
systematic rotation will afford/ the Taking one privately owned road Mr. and Mrs. B. Feinberg and family from-the-shoulder question whether exchange .42; fourth now in use retail

t If the o-- farmer the best insurance against unfavorable and a state owned road for purpose of I I of Gainesville, spent Sunday with or not we think they should have it .73, exchange .53; fifth now in use retail -

city council will put a higher crop and market conditions comparison, the contrast is the more Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, at the bobbed we venture that none 9V3r ((0 I .81, exchange .57. Literary
(, tax on the weed growing on every The former should. It makes no difference what:: World-sixth in retail .86
It is very fortunate that thuse safeguards acute. operated with a Davis cottage.Mr. now use exchange -
vacant lot, and less on the Improvedl' < can be adopted, without mat- 'surplus of 113.000,000 francs, and increase our opinion may be as to those under .62; seventh now in use retail

l' property In town, there will be some; erial increase in capital. They cost of 83,000.000 francs over that and Mrs. J. C. Adkins and family that.-Tampa Times. .86, exchange .62; eighth now in use

:. incentive to the home builder to still] little but they mean more i'n profit of 11)22.) while the latter operated at I and the Burnett family, of Gainesville retail .86 exchange .62.

I further improve his holdingi.0W than thousands of dollars invested in a lost which exceeded 152,000,0001|I I are occupying the Bob Richard' American women are spending Supplementary Readers Natural

"" ndilitional\ stock and equipment. The francs in 1922. and the figures will 'I cottages for the next few weeks. several millions a year for bobs and Method: Primer-retail .!l0. first

The Starke Telegraph digs up a farmer must himself study the mar- show a reduction in the deficit for I'I permanent waves according to trade I reader retail .60, second retail .68,
"Thirty-seven Years Ago" Item to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards and children !- estimates. To have hair bobbed and
ke and produce a'cordinllly.-Jloimeil 1923 of only eight or ten million I third retail .71, fourth retail .75 fifth
the effect that a pig was exchanged I francs.In I, Mrs. Josephine Edawrds, Mrs.R. renewal of "permanent" waves costs
for a year's subscrIption to that paper. I Ct/unty Advertiser. O. Daniel spent the week-end at a woman an average of $100 a year.A retail .79.

I Things have changed. Try and get a I I --- an article in Political and.! Parlia- liext-u-While Cottage, Kinglcy Park. ,lot to pay for a haircut.Oh You can exchange your .Milne's:

pig for a year's subscription to I TilE KEI'UIIUCAN mentary Review, a French journal[. Arithmetic now in use, also your IlIydls' I\\
weekly now.-Tampa Tribune. a I'IUIN FLORIDA Georges Allix sums up the reason for !Mrs.\ R. L. Lewis and son, James, the day is coming English and Wheeler's" Renders :

-0---- I I the difference in a few words: "Sucha returned to Jasper Friday after Just 03 sure as ?in. for corresponding books of same

The Kepubli'iin party in Florida in poor showing is only attributable to spending two weeks at Greencrest When well wonder what It Is text as shown .

Starke Telegraph in printing news I I gaining( strength and at its present the inherent defects of all state enter- with her daughter Mrs. J. C. Robin- If we find a hair! pin.---Macclenny above.J. W. MORGAN.
that
happened thirty-seven
years ago rate of Increase will soon become a p rises." son. Standard.
in Bradford county, reproduces this I formidable foe to the state Democratic Starke Fla.

,, paragraph; : "Anyone who would like organization if, indeed, the These defects.. have been frequently Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Kelly and :Mrs. R. E. Former-"What would MASTERS SALE

1& to exchange a pig for a subscription I DemocratM have any real organization. pointed out. .The chief one Is an utter I family Mrs. A. M. Kelly, Mrs. Clyde you call a man who hid behind a wo: Hereby notice la given thnt under and hy
lack of interest and I \irture of that certain: final decree .
responsibility of fore.clonure
f to the.. Telegraph, please call at this The Gainesville Sun, some weeks on Alvarez and children were dinnerirueiit.s man's skirt ?" maile nnil on July I 2tlth A. D.
n i or.I.:.. lliuav UU.VH have certainly I ago, called attention to the fact that; the part of those who operate the of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Wall Mere Man-"You mean today ?" 1924 by o Inkr\1: Lone: Jude, of th. 1
state railways.If Circuit. Court iif nrailforil fmintv. 'Iorld.. .
passed when a pig was only worth a between 1916!) and 1020 the Republicanvote L,Thursday. :Mrs. R. E. F.-"Any time-Yes. I In that certain e.uoe wherein Annie' Lee
)'car'. subscription to a weekly news in Florida increased by thirty there n.e any net earnings they Today. I Jones Joined by J. W. Jon.... her hunband. .

paper.-Times-Union. thousand two hundred and thirty- do not share in them. If there are Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow, of Gaines- Mere Man-"A magician." NW.hiwband. complainant Lewis Gulon and( M ttle itefenflnntn Gulon and her ,
are the
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-0- three votes and while the Democraticvote losses they lose nothing. The Incentive -I vlllc, and Mrs. Stephens, of Chattanooga undenlnned will otTer for tula anil will sell )

Some day Florl.luns will enjoy also Increased during the of personal interest is wholly I| Tenn., will spend several days A Baker county la. lne writes us to the hlirheat and beat bidder for cuh In
a same ,
front of the
enurt hnue door
: boat ride across tho ''''tate from the period the increase of the Demo larking. There is a division of respon- I at Magnolia Lodge with Mrs. J. :M. thusly: "Why are you always pickingon I ford County, Florida on Monday.In Stark the lit BradI day (!

: k I Atlantic to the Gulf. Congressmen cratic vote in proportion, was much sibility which always produces carelessness I Alvarez. I the bob-haired girls. Bobbed hair of hnun September.. of lale. A. D 11121. ilurln* the legal. .
for
have been and inefficiency. It has always Is not only attractive, but it is sani I the purpose of iatafjrln! ci,
; speaking: of this Improve- smaller. !, It is reported that; Paul E Canova the laid Anal decree the following real eatate 1
r. ( ment for the past seventy-five And the Democrats of Florida been so and always will be, tary." Why bless your heart wo thinka situated In Bradford County 'lorlI... to-wlt:
years are hall again joined the Kingsley colony | Nfcj of Sij of SW1, of lilock, I South
r and surely something should be accomplished to blame for it. The disgraceful wrangles when their salaries or- wages are Insured 'i, purchasing the Roscoe Me Lane cottage pretty bob-haired girl !ia just as < Rnnte 2 Kant belnir 82''<, ft N. and S.. and
,' ; when the hundred. in our primaries have become to men who operate a railroad sweet as a slice of Tom Watson I, :'IM ft. E. and %V. to center of street : also
years a the north side of I '
the lake.
on I S'-j of 8H of block 1 South .
hut who have in Its watermelon. Rnv :
no part ownership -Macclenny Standard.
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are roundml out Times-Union. Htcnch in the nostrils belmr I
of conservativeand I 2'j ft. N A S.. and 330' ft. E A W.
Nephew Green will be Washing thoughtful people. They are drivIng lass is Inevitable.-Tampa Trib- Among the out-of-town visitors at to center of utreet.; alan. a piece 3J ft. N.: ;
Flapper-Oh, mother: I do think and Rand :1.10 ft. E. and w. on South itde
: ton in a few months and he reports I good men and women out of the une. Kingsley Park the past week were: Algernon is going to He of N'. of E', ,>f Block I I South Ranin 1 .
I the Crank for the first boat hits been party and, If wo do not shake off the -0-- Mrs. R. Irving, Mrs. A. M. Morrison, propose. Rait: al'.o, a piece 92 ft. N A S. 4no ft.
I That 71-year-oUl woman who bob- I told me last night he was learning to E W. on N .1.... .>f S'. of St:'. of xald' block
cast in Gainesville. 0'' of the sea" J. G. Allen, of Orange Park Miss
man it will ride us to ; cook.It I South Rantro J Bant.: also onrnmepelno' on
-0- our death. No party organization can bed her hair before taking her eighth I IhUllbanl II I Olivia !\McKenzie CleurwaterlIss; : I I a line iiarallel with the S. A. L. Ry. foinerly .
in tow, probably wanted to !I used to be that young men wait-J| the F. R. N. Ry.i I 38 ft. Northerly fiom
j The "Trade at Home" policy would long exist with such a system. The look Jack Eastman, Richmond, Va; :Mias eel on young/ women. It is still thatway 8W corner of NWi' of block!I. South Raiue
get along easier if tho business' houses writer is willing to admit that he wasI'leased as young as her OG-year-olJ huh- Anna Eulenfield, Hoskell ; Virginia! in barber I Ea.t. thence run louthernly I IW ft. parallel/
shops. Tampa Time I ,
by-to-be. I with aid Railway thence
promoting watched their own end ( in many respects, with the and Francis Haveratick Indianapolis, saul,,' with' laid Railway Eiutornly:310 .. at thence rliht
of the K.me -better. It h foolish to result of the last primary in Florida -0- Ind.; R. L. Mott and family Eastport CEMETERY: WORKING; AT KINGS- ]I Northernly and parallel; with ..r nl. Railway I

f urge a person to buy at home, and then but! he would. be glad to believe he It is well! known fact that our Mr. and Mrs J. S. Roberts, Archer, LET !: IBS ft.. thence. All of W..t above
ff, send him a Mil!> !! on mail order station would never have to go through suchan cheapest milk and milk products are Mr. and Mrs. George I'. !Morris\ Miss I Inlnlnir three .e..'.. more or Inn. and below con

r ery.-Polk County Hecord. This same experience again. produced i when an abundance of good! I i Joe Annie :Morris, Miss Jeanette Morris There will be a working of the CArt,,of the Simon J. Temple Siib.dlvl.lon of

'. !thing occurs in Kuntis. We boost the We hear, on every hand. open com- home grown forage crops are fed. I :Miss Lucy Wood, Gainesville; cemetery at Kingsley lake Wednes Rook "at C"Tempte'i on I pane Mill 411 I aa of of public repVird recordi In Weed of
I .. .
.. noun ui iiume" policy, ami practice plaints about Democratic method in ,I -0-- ,I :Mary. Willis. Pearl and Heleit Wilson day. August 13th. There remains yet Bradford County Florida.

:.e what we preach but rarely a month this state. The writer knows he will Even if the world does owe you a I :Mr. and) :Mrs. C. V. Simpson *nd some work to be done, left from the I SpecIal Master A. S.'In CREWS.CI"nC'n'-

phases' that fails to bring to our notice be criticized. for saying this, but.ni'vt'rthelen living you needn't expect to collect daughters Gainesville; Sirs E. C. I recent working and all interested are 1>. E KNIGHT.

I statements and other stationery he has said it. The Republicans the whole thing at one time.-Draden- George. Jacksonville; Bob Dinkins, urged to come on that day to take Solicitor- for. Complainant. "1. t- .29

printed I by nut-of-town concerns.- at their convention in Pnatka town Herald. :Mabel Edwards.awtey; :Mary Low- part I' MASTER'S SAt.E

Eustis Lake Region.0. have placed a full nationalstateand rey, Dawson, Ga. STATE BOARD OF HEALTH vlrture Notice ot U that herby certain liven final that ...under...... of and foreclosure br.
) congressional l ticket in the field The only time you can get a pictureof made and entered on July 29th. A. D.
and the chances the a smiling congressman these daysis :MRS.: JOHNS ENTERTAINSAT = = WARNS BATHERS I 19S4. by Honorable A. V. Lnn.r.. Judge,, of the
are, Republicanvote
THE 11UlIiE tW YESTEHHAY BRIDGE Circuit Court In and for Bradford County.
in the state will show a continued just after he has been declared not The state board ofhealth has issued Florida, In that certain ea''.... wherein D. E.
Over guilty.-Fort :Myers Press. Knlffht .la Complainant, and 1. O. Wynn .if
the bridge of yesterday increase at the November erection
Mrs. E. M. Johns gave a delightful some timely warnings to those frequenting defendant the nndenlrned will\ offer for tale
My thoughts have turned! tonight, tls, time Democrats should begin to -0-- bridge luncheon Wednesday from 10 the beaches and lakes of the'' and will tell for ca.h to the hlirheat. and !belt
And out of the far otf distance realize the actual situatlon.-Gaines- W.I'tWRHalTPI'OISTEIt: bidder. In front of the court hniue door In
state
this
to I o'clock at her cottage on Kings- during season of the year. I I Starke.' Bradford County. Florid on Mon
BY
TilE GOVERNOR
Comes a tender glowing lltfht. yule Sun. TORE ley lake. A few precautions observed now day the Ut day of September. A. O. 1924.
That centers 'round A STATE AUDITOR may :; durin th. leial. hnun of ,.1.. for the
friendship par
a ---0TENCENT mean a great deal to in ....
Three tables of bridge were enjoyedon one after j ; of atbfyln. laid final) decree, the fol
That has lasted thru time and tide
GASOLINE Tallahassee, July 30- Governor the porch which was lovely with years. iowin* real entate iituated In laid Bradford
Tho the change uf chnnve, and for- County Florida to-wit
One
They selling for 10 Hartlee today announced the appointment its vases of flowers :Mints were served of the greatest dangers con Nf>rlh.a..t qiarter, of Northeast quarfd of
are gasoline
tune ,of W. :5!. 'a nwrlllht. of Starke, on each table during the fronting the bather is that of remaining '!Section T.'n. .in To,, tu"ui Seven South. Ran c
.
game.After
Has severer] our pathways wide. cents a gallon in Omaha but you have the r".n<> .n.- "....t. leaf three aero in South-
in water too .
long. ,
former hank Too .
state
examiner auditor it '
as icore was > unted was v Ht n 'S -
to buy 3,000
gallons nt time.
Dut when chooses a
memory a pleasant Omaha's to succeed J. II. Wentworth of found that :'In..J f' Robinson, made long immersion' brings about a lowering ert'A S. CRJEW3.ne : .
trip gas war Is playmor'\ havoc 'a Muter In Chancery
of the
with old-lino compan'es! and has Titusville, who resigned! to accept a high and was given a deck "if lards.: body temperature and re "
And the choice of a pathway
sistance. No
one should
in
position a private enterprise. I remain n
4 comes, brought gasoline to a new low price.Prices "I bathing water lon-r than fort minutes

t) t' I choose the bridge of yesterday go down throughout Nebraskaas A WINNING NAME and preferably thirty. Those I

f To the days when we were chums.Anonymous. the dealer wir goes on. Policeman producing note-book) familiar with bathing place

:: D. S. El rod. who joined the 15-cent "Name please." know how long some bathers operation remain I
league when gasoline was selling for _
I Pile Cured in a to 14 Day* 20! 1-2 cents, is HOT at outs vita the Cyprian Motorist" "Aloyslus..AI (italr dren in the water especially small chil' PILLS I I'W'
; some children will
Drutfalati refund money If P AZO OINTMENT fall o irganizatlon. He is selling. 3,000 Batons enter the 'I
J Policeman (putting book ) water in the
to cure Blind llleedln* or PrucnidUK sway I morning and remain all
Pile\ Inatancly relieve* Itchlnii pu..., and you ; of gasoline at 10 cents a gallon. "Well don't let me catch you again. I day. This I it dangerous and
cu Jet ceaUul aleep after Brat eiiplkatioa We. Dr. J. R. Despecher, president of the Punch (London.) should instruct their children.parents I

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