Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02284
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1879. Subscription r Year, $1.50; Six Month, 7oc.: -I'ajable in Advance. E. Matthews: Owner.
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Annual Reunion Ends SENATOR: 'TISON II |\ Bradford County to be Thorough! CLA\- nnTSJoXl'lmS: .tC'l' '| Senate ("occurs in11 But One of HI!) RAIL lOMMISMO.NKIJSHtsl.lt :; :
DIES AT TARUOROl i Covered in Series of Pen Page nut FISH PROTECTION: Kfl
and Weary Warriors of Old Turn
| I! I Amendments Itv 1I01l l'. : > 1I.ld': ; C1'I'Vy1.1SD1111
Their Faces Homeward. :i Jasper Legislator Ictim of Heart I Advertisements. The following b'i'ija9; ; been passedby I : ( ,-, 1.lIl1i.UIOS _

Attack. ,|j This week the 'Telegraph curries the legislature for protection of I Tallahassee,May 'Je.Eli'I "II""lIl" t

Dallas. Texas, May 2J.-The thirty- I j I bearing f hsh in (lay! County: road bill will soon be reedy for l d;"\'- I I l.dlaha-sie, May J1'. In the cage s

fifth annual reunion ol' thu United Ridgeland, S. C., May 27.-At an on Bradford county, its sail, productsof "An Act to Protect the Fish Within / ernor Martin's signature, a-, the sanI I uf the State uf rloridii, ex lei! U lluMiit -
Confederate veterans ended today, I early hour this morning Senator farm and grove, transportation t the Wuti'is uf flay County Exceptthe ate this morning conl'un,1111,l 'i but ommissiuiieis uf like. State,
And the weary feet of the Southland's I I Ralph It. Tison of Jasper county died facilities, and the advantages to be St. Johns River, and io( Provide one of the nineteen amendment written I.l.alt.'s.. Seulioril Air Line Rall- I
heroes turned homeward.The I at his country home near Turboro I had here by settlerw. Certain Ways that Fish may be taken into the measure in the tower I Ivvu)- ompany/ a corporation and /
hands that carried the muskets station with heart trouble. Senator I Luck of time prevented the thor- Within Certain Time and to De- house. Practically all house aniei.dnients / ivuiKiu; :Southern und Hurlda Railvvii I

for the South's muse sixty-Use Tison had been ill for the past few ough cunvasmg of the towns of the tine the Waters of Clay County, and are friendly In character, nmlwere "| )' l'n It 1 p Illy', a coiporution, respondenls I
years ago touched those of the present days but no one realized that he was county to secure the full number of to Provide Punishment for Violation "lundily accepted by proponents) the Sllpicmu I Court; has t
generation, us through the streets seriously ill and his death comes as alI'eat business men underwrite the expense of this Act. ot': the bill in the senate I I denied the motion uf the realtors for V VIi

of Dallas there wended the remantmts I j shock tu his family and numerous -I! of this campaign, but an opportunity "Be it Knuctod: by the Legislature of Even though the measure' went J In'l'eIllJltllrI1'lt ot mandamus with
of the Confederate army on what friends throughout the state. I will be extended to every the State of Florida: through the amendment barrage in leave to the leultnrs t to amend the ale I

probably will be ita. last JUUI'l.",) west I Senator Tison was a man who was l public-spirited citizen to assist in "Section 1 I. That it shall be unlawful I both branches of the legislature, it t 'rnlltl\ vviit to mnfoim. tu the e
of the Mississippi l'lver.1o'rom the greatly admired by all who knew him this advertising. campaign for the to take fish from the waters of emerged substantially n.s reported by views expressed in the nuirt's opinion. -

cushioned seats of limousines. the I I and was a man who always regardedhis county. Clay Count)., Florida, at all seasonsof thu senate committee on rouds and ,. The opinion is by Justice Terrell. f
veteiaiis reached out their hands or I woid as his bond. He was born at'' This week the article deals with the year b)"' seining or netting (except I hl'idlca.It This was a proceeding b)- Mumlnmrs -
threw kisses to the throng while "Geography and History of the Count on thu of the Itiiilruud. Commissioners J
a the old 1 Tison plantation near where'' gill nets when allowed by the provides. for a comprehensive. / )part
vast crowd touched them or kissed I he lived October' 20, 1803, and was ." For the remaining nine weeks general law uf the State) or by the I I system uf state highways, and is ro- to require the two railway -
them as they passed by in the annual 01 years of age at the time of his ,, the following subjects will be taken use of d> nnmite or other explosive. trarded us one of tho most important t cumpunies to construct umbrella .: C
parade. death. He was married three times up in.the order named: Soil; Products "Section :2!, That it shall be unlawful I pieces of road, legislation ever written or canopy sheds along' the tracks inconnection i
5icrane touching guod-by'clI, the vet and leaves surviving him his widow I (J! issues) ; Live Stock, Dairying, to shunt, lire-hunt, strike or gig on the statute books of the state with their joint terminal "

said their farewells. Their final | who was Miss Carrie Wilson, of Sa- Etc.; Transportation Futilities; Society any, ftsh from February 15th to Millions uf dollars. uf highway constitution station at Luke City fur protection i"; :
journey here was given a setting accorded -I turn, Va., and one daughter, Mrs. ,' :Schools, Result. Etc; Induce- June 1st of each and every year. in all parts of Horida is comfort and convenience of passengers.

only to heroes. The cuiu.s. of'i'' Estelle Carter, of Ridgeland. S: C. | ments for Settlers; Rusuine. "S'I ktl oat ;3 I. Fish may bu taken at contemplated under the provision of f
the flags, the blue of a fair Texas 'I Senator Tison was superintendent Luring this period it is deMI..edthllt ,nil times with hook and line and the act.SMLL. I III the court's opinion It is held that; e f.
sky, the smiles and Dowers of beautiful of education of Jasper county from 'I residents of the county preserve coat, net for the uso of the individual --- --- ------ the Transportation Act passed by
women, the acclaim of the multi 1U21 to JU24 and it will be hard to their copy of the paper and mail it to ,taking tile same and for the use of SHIPPER AND undress; in 1U20/ discloses no authority 1
tude was theirs for a fleeting hour. find any one to take his place from apolitical some friend in the states above Flori- |his famll)'. PKO1ILEMS; ARE DlttCLSSED or duty vested m thu Interstate .'''i

And then they were gone. I I standpoint, us he always had :, da, thereby deriving the full benefit "Section 4. That it shall be unlaw- I ('ummeice Commis.Mon either expressly 'Y
Soldiers of all wins of America andy the best interest of Jasper county -' uf this canrtiuign. If more than one (ful to take fish from said waters at unimisHioner L, M. Rhodes, of thu ur by clear implication to reiUiru 1
since the conflict between the states I at heart. 'I cop is wanted of each lime, names tiny season uf the for sale I state marketing bureau, bt. Juniu '| erection or improvement ofpnssenger
year e.xtrpt -
were in the parade; and the fighters : The funeral services!" will be held at ma) be left with the Telegraph efface for sale within the County of building, discusses the problems of stations, nor m such au- ," .t'
that may be in the future, the reserve the Tison burying grounds near Tar- and they will be mailed c'ucn week \C'Iny. the one-car shipper in the commissionen thorny claimed to he reposed in by I

officers' training corps lads were boro tomorrow mormngat 11 o'clock, j' for 5 cents a copy. "Section 5. The wutres of the Coun- pogo uf the Stitto Marketing the respondent railway companies In } k I
rank on tank. | at which time all the county officials Illustrations will be used m the ty of Clay (except the :St Johns River Bullets. The commissioner says: the view of such absence, of authority 1
Only two or three of the old fight- Jivill act as honorary pallbearers j jI succeeding issues, showing scenes of Doctor's Luke und Black Creek up to .I'u an individual .shipper. with the right of the .State authorities touit ".1
the county, farm products pecan only one or a few curs of pi'.ducts to in the
ers walked on foot and a handful of Draw Bridge on State Uoad No.3) piemises in clearly reserved 6
ers walked. One veteran, with his I:I Senator Tison was a resident of niuvts, etc, thereby lending an even shall mean all lakes, bayous .ship, markets are so ulnimlant that the court holds ,i*
musket and knapsack led I j I Starke some ten years ago, his sister, : stronger uppuul. Those articles will creeks he often feels it is n tons 'ii|) which The ..
a snappy branches court states
ponds, or streams or water however thatconsideration
of I Miss Etta Tison, still living here. lie contain facts and figures with which destination to select lie ilten ren
body national guardsmen. Another'' ,
f kind uf the motion
any or nature wherein fishnary for
I| is lumembered by many of our citizens our uwii people are unacquaintedwith I suns that the larger the miiiket the 111'M(
rode with his wife -
in an old buggy I be t'uuntl emplorv) wilt ,,
inhabit or exist. presents a more) serious) (,
and the regret felt over his death : and will be UM interesting reading less likely it i III to weaken and hence r
drawn '
by an aged horse. Another old "Suction n, That difficulty' the
I all persons l'onvil.tl'd only i espouse/ to such "
is universal. to residents uf the
i iI t.
: county as the bag centers are well patronised by
man in a gray geneiul's uniform of this writ being that ot'
i violating Act, shall ho peifuimunce' Examination .111I1
|they will be to settlers
I !! the .
1 prospective t whose leceiver
walked sprightly between the columns j CLUB BOiS AND GIRLS ____ I punished as fur a misdemeanor. I I"Se'ti"n of llui alternative writ liis- j ;.
escorted by a few old women. Sever-I WILL HA\E ShKICS OF I, (CONFEDtUAIEPENSION \1-:1'8': T. That if any pint of this I often supplies the n ma Her nroxinwte loses that both respondents. jointly
al old slaves were there, too, with I \\ EEl.. L\" CAMP Ol"nGS' : :. 1NCHHASB: Act shall adjudged/ cities ul u good profit. Of the lancer aru commanded to erect and maintain
remnants of uniform.. The champion MHHHM I I KFl'KCIIVti DEC 1112; I al I or inoperative it terminal markets, if an nutcase price in connection with the south side ot 'o,

I chicken thief of the South was one of j j Club buys and tirls, of Florida; will -- I the remainder of this UIll,01l8tItUUon-1 ,trend, were token the enti'o senion their joint passenger. terminal station
. them. He wore chicken feathers in gather their bathing .suits. and best Tallahassee, May :20.: -Increased ectloll 8. That all I I and compared, the result voiild shown nt Luke (City'ii: > feet of umbrella
his hat and carried a ..oo.tr!' und '" picnic smiles fur u number of weekly J pensions for Confederate Veterans ,of lows in conflict herewith are here-1 ( remarkably slight dillVrentuil. This or canopy shed with hard surfaced f
each arm. For three hours this pro-I outings during June and July. AJ! will become effective December 1, I t t1U25 by! rep"III'd., I I don, not menu exactly that n shipper, platform and in connection with

cession crept along Dallas streets I week's club croup for boys and one ,, as the senate this morning receded "Suctitin U, That this Act shall take I I ,should stick to one market the seat on the ninth side, of the station, 100 feet
i and then the reunion was over and for girls will be held during those two j from its amendment to house ,effect Immediately upon its passage ]through, willy-nilly, and yet it in ,debatable uf such shed und platform. "VV

I the veterans began to disperse to months in nearly every county where bill I to make $10 pension available I and approval by the Governor or up- j who, endeavors whether the "small ship'| r think" the opinion reads, "the duty ,
to the best
, meet next year in Birmingham Ala, organized agricultural extension October 1. ,c>n its becoming a law without theoC'ovllrnor's mar- is on each respondent separately to
{ under the ; The senate took this action follow- ketn all the time fares any butter ii
leadership of General W. work is carried on. j approval. erect und maintain, the shed and plat. '
B, Freeman of Richmond, Va. j The camp in each case will be Under ing a message from the house that it "Thu greatest harm results purhapn form slung/ its purtii-ulnr road and .
Thu hud refused to In the senate LAKE n('TIIm I when the shipper diverts immediately that ,
veterans stood the strain of the supervision of the county concur II there" can bo no joint duty In
travel and excitement well. No serious amendment. I or originally ,destines shipments such )performance" m
agricultural or home demonstration Lake Butler June 5). Karl t.
illness and not one death duringthe I At the time the amendment was Crawford I without considering that during -.
agent. R. W. Blacklock, state boys' I 1 1:1!) year old Him of Mr. and Mrs i' transit quotations decline. -
debated In the
being senate statement
five days was leported. club agent, will assist with boys' was made that funds would a not- J A,, J. Crawford,, was accidentally shot Naturally the one-cur shippers does CROSIIY CEMKIDCtII: ; 'I" '?

'UMt OIL MKEll.N HUDAY camps, and specialists from the home I I be available by October 1 to the 'Sunday by his uncle. The pistol ball I not ponder over market capacity for .\ III'l'l.E."i: ::. :" Kll;
pay r4'
j demonstration staff at Tallahassee increased pension bill Mr. Anderson entered. just above the heart. Drs.Mamcs I he knows practical! any market. ran ".
The Seaboard Development Department ,' will take part in the instruction of the made the motion that the senate recede und King were called. They i handle one carload, but' the volume !Last Thin sday, under the auspices t
and the American Tung Oil girls. | ,drcssod: the wound und stated that I thus thrown on the murkut In conioiiential of the luiiil U. D. C. chapter, Crosby I .;.
I I Corporation will hold a meeting for I: These camps which are held an- ____ i i the boy had a very good chance to re- ,[| because it is nut J.ider ndu-, I cemetery was given an annual clean ."
farmers in Starke Friday night, nually, arc both recreational and instructive j ltE.L1'lU=--S.-EHS 'cover. quote'| supervision. ing. The work was under the direction

June 6th, at the Woman's Club. The in nature, providing the I, I' Probably one of the most assuring "An agency handling the Ilitl'IO' i- of Mr. Joe <(<:rows, there being
lecture will be illustrated with mov- :| club members of a county a chance to'' Hector Cameron to S, II. Grindle, features of Union county's progressive ,lieu of an important crop mint closely twenty-three hired men anl" number J
ing pictures and slides and will show get together in an outing and to receive of Duvul county-20 acres In 2U-G-22. '' I move i is the splendid financial I I observe the limitations and capacities uf itizens who d'd' splendid" work

how the trees are planted, cared for j valuable training at the same A. G. Brown to 1C. II. Smith of I basis of the school system. All Indebtedness of markets. So: far, every com- without i barge. In spite uf the rain
and the manner in which the nuts are time. ': Hawthorne-110 acres in 2// -6-21. against the General Funds inuilit, regardless of how it was the work wan finished. about rive }
harvested.The -- i I, Alex Muck tu :Mrs. Dora Alderman ,except bonds brought/ over at the manipulated has undergone periods of uVlui in the afternoon und "the
American Oil I DAIRY C.LES SHOULD | -Lots 3, 4 I, blk 15, lots 3, .1, blk 10 time of
Tung Corporation 1 I county division was paid at fluituuting prices. Naturally however ally of the Ik+ad" presented a much
BE FED; (;.K\IN 1t.\1'IOS
,aUNTIL nd all blks 17 and 18 in LivingstonTruby's ."
has a considerable acreage the Junr moet'ng' of the hoard. A general agencies with representative improved appearance I
planted to the tung oil trees in Ala- ONE: \EAR OLD sub div. Starke. I I uttitudo of quietness, confidenceand sales uUices in ouch important ter-i-r Mrs. S. K.; Hruwnlee chairman of

chuu county and many of the farmers The farmer often pays a heavy toll J. B. Brown to A. G. Brown-Tract I. cooperation prevails throughout tory can host discover. top, cnsh outlets I ecrneti-ry, committee for the U. D, C, A
of that section are planting the for his attempts to raise dairy calveson in 28 & 2J-0-21.: the entire county regard in" schools as well as bunt. evade weak nur- : dca'res to thank all whim, cuntrlbuted
trees, giving them a new cash pasture alone. Sebron Brown to Jasper Brown ;for the coming year. kets, I money ur helped i in allY way in thiscommunity

money crop. Good pasture grasses make a 80 acres in 28 & 29-6-21.! j Mrs. C't'lia (Crews wifu of Rev. J. Suppose 0110 association had control untuiprmu., hunks 1 are also ,.t _
Mr. Nix, the development agent of splendid ration for the dairy cow, but Sebron Brown to Arthur Brown- B, Crews, U seriously III at the home of an entire fruit or vegetable I due thu ladies who furnished an.
the Seaboard, will also take up the nature never intended that calves 30 acres in 28-6-21 of her daughter, Mrs. J. 1'. Dowling, 'crop. The same quantity of produ-U abundant and delicious dinner
proper manner in which watermelons should have to subsist on green : L. E. Moseley to A. J, Thomas- I on Main street. :She has been very ill would have to be disponed "f. But I I Now let us all work together and ".
should be prepared for shipment. By grass. Calves need plenty of milk or Lots :21! 30, 31, 33, 31, 35 34 blk :3 R. ,! for a long time and last week had n more iru-h und f.o.b. sales would beal'cumI'IiKh"d fence Crosby cemetery with a neat 1,

using slides he will illustrate the a grain ration until they are one year I N. Dowlinu: udd to Starke. | :,stroke of paralysis. All of her family ; distribution could bu and substantial' fens I< :'
method of painting the stems to I G. C. Livingston to W. Middleton I have been summoned and number .stretched ,
old, says Hamlm L. Brown, exten- I n over a longer period heavy
avoid the' heavy loss sustained sion dairyman for the University of -Lots 7, 8, U, 10, blk D, Starke. I ,,of them have already arrived. Mrs. or light shipments made according to \\ U\|J.\S'H CLUII WILL

thrown stem-end rot. Florida College of Agriculture. J. A. Morgan to U. J. Davis and J.j j Crews, at this writing, is unconscious supply and demand; shipments would MEET NEXT: > NESDVY 1)1
Farmers of the county are invitedto I F. Kic khter-W acres in 27-6-22.. And very little hope i is entertained of be )
grain ration of J pounds corn 'I' more widespread; markets 'dsnuuoling The U oman's Club: will
II. C. Ritch to Walter L. Siicox meet next
come and hear these gentlemen. her recovery.The .
meal, 2 pounds wheat bran and 1 certain sizes, grades rnd
Bring the family, as every memberof pound linseed oil meal makes a good Lots. h, !It, 10, 11, 12, 13 11 blk 27 L.I' Ii. Y. I I'. t'. and Sunday school brands could be supplied quukly; club Weilmsday liniiHe. afternoon There will at lju:1.30: at; the !
the family will be Interested in tho substitute for milk. Calves can be I' T. & Cue add to Starke. convention was held in Lake Cutler trnllle could l be more intelligently find u business
J. M. Truby to R. J. Davis and J. F.I I mi ill'; und later Mrs. T J. Oriffin
pictures.C taught to eat grain by the time they Inst Saturday and Sunday Quito a elln-lently worked; grading, pucR'ng: WIll 'have charge of the Florida
'are six weeks to two months old, if Kic-kliter-: acres. in 16-0-22. i largo rowd attended, many from and loading could l bu n'eia'" ur._f.rn ; This will ba Dayprognim. I
G. W. Alderman to J. Qa.kln.-30 ,
neighboring cities. Dinner and) other
wax spreadat advantages such
properly managed. ax butter mt of the club year, and all members ,
, The regular meeting of the Bradford It is much better to keep the calf acres in 18-5-22. 'I noon under the largo oaks near the lln.im.mtf, purchasing supplies, el,'., are urged to be present.Hostesses .
E. D. Card to G. M. Inman-Card
I county chamber of commerce in a dry lot und supplement the milk I .hurl.h. The convention was quite u coulil result. Yet with those udvnntiiKi's : Mesdamc' T. P. tf
Call and Water Wall
will be held in Starke tonight (Fri and grain ration with a good hay, property on streets, siico' >.' and /gratifying to all. a large cooperative axuocia- John Ugluw, N D, Wainwright 1.
day) at the courthouse. A full attendance like beggarweed cowpea, soybean or i i| L. J. Hopkins to C. L. Peek 30 i Postmaster .f. n. Knight returned J Lion would fall Just us quickly us the Wyman, n, A. Weeks, F. f.. Turner,
of the members is request alfalfa hay, than to leave the calf on from Miami Monday night where hn individual shipper if It pursuer! the J. L. Fraiee. t/4
ed. pasture. i j acres In 22-6-22. had )been attending the Florida statePostmaster's same tactics, permitted helter-ekel ; 1!
F. C. Hollingsworth to L. E. Mono- ;
-- -- The digestive organs of a calf are I association. ter marketing and employed personnel may he ulnmst, here 01 a commodity
ley-Lots 2'J) to :36 Inclusive bib 3
7,380CltES SOLD TAMPA MAN ---- fur
not equipped to utilize the grasses. Starke. i STARKK GROWER.s'ASSOCIATION private or political reasons because the trade demands a dIlreranr -
Besides, the calf is subject to a heavy instead of efficiency standards. It i .
variety .
| or pllck."AI''IJrlinlC
Among the larger realty deals of II. A. Bishop to O. A. Collins-Lot TO PICNIC std-
infestation of intestinal u were not made and distribution
the week was the sale by C. L. Peek parasites I '5, blk 23, Starke. The Starke Growers Association to the United, States .
& Son of 7,380 acres of Empire Lum- when forced to gather !grass for a ; J. L. Simmons to T. N.Kendrick plunnm' for a big day at tho Kelly mt through blanketed over a wider territory Department of Agriculture, the per

ber Company's holdings in the Brooker ration.C. Lota 15 to 18, inclusive, Starke. I
Worthington Springs sectionsto OF C. BANQUET NEXT FRID.\\' I Jennie Styles to E. L. Biggs and ''III" 12th. Dinner on the groundwill shipments overcome and not myriad firstly! temporary thu United States is i'j.V pounds, ap-
Walter S. Wills, of Tampa. This T G. M. Inman-!> acres in 21-6-22. >, be the main attraction at the to managed so proximately 48 oranges per annum
acreage is in one of the best farming Invitations will be mailed out; during i May Brannen to DeLaney Jones-1 noon hour while speakers from the I as, preventlu",1/ '' markets and Not; too many oranges. for one year, f,
sections of the county. It is understood the week for the second banquet; I acre in 30722. I state university and the Florida secondly when not directed as to miss thorn nor even six month, but too many for
,. the consideration exceeded given by the chamber of commerce to James Johnson to R. S. Humphrey I, State :Marketing Bureau will be congested, the association, roirurdlcsH .six week possibly.. This bureau eon
I of
$100,000. members. The committee in charge of -Tract in 5-7-22. '' present to discuss the problems confronting But what size, could not succeed. ducted an Investigation in 1921 pissing
the different features are as silent Federal Land Bank to M. D. Olcott / the farmer of today. A cordial of Is the" average saturation feelers In ull cities of 25,04)1): ) pea
UNION TEMTERANCE MEETINGOn : as the Sphinx over what they have in I j of l\Iadlson--50 acres in 22.5.22.I' Invitation Is extended to everyone I point! "Because a market? ple or more east of the Mississippi.

account of the farewell serviceat store for the evening, their only lis-I F. C. Hollingsworth to G. M. Sls.I'| to come with a woll-tllled basket prescribed number one market will take a river, for the purpose of determining
of of
car an
apples estimated
being that will average market capacity
surance no one
trunk-30 acres in 0722. and enjoy the day.
the church the Union week ;
; Baptist disappointed. per we cannot safely say that The total population of all cities
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Temperance meeting will be postponed These get-together social meetings I : markets of the tame size(: will covered divided by the total carlots
one week, to Sunday night of the chamber of commerce are take an equal amount. They might each market decided aright be used

June 14th at the Presbyterian church looked forward to by every member, Chamber Commerce I b like Florida oranges better. Ihe I without depressing effects gave one

NORMAL SCHOOL TO OPEN and this coming banquet is expected I, of Meeting weather that It will Is such an Important factor car oranges per week for each 17,-
to eclipse the previous one In both make many variations; 401 people or 4V4 oranges per capita
The normal will begin Monday attendance and interest. the supply of another fruit; or vege- I per week, or 221 oranges per capitaper
June 15th and continue to the August I Starke Tonight Friday 8:00 table' may retard sales. The scarcer, annum. If this figure mean any
Starke-Local closed since the article the higher the
examinations. Tuition $7.50 per cannery price and thing, it means distribution may b 4
month. S. S, DOWLING. 1921, to be reopened. ; the fewer people can buy it, markets enlarged"




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' Geography and History of CountyBradford

I situatedin The streams debouch into and went in for cattle raising. and bought cotton coming all sonville railroad was constructed -
county is busl- the from Columbia, Ala- from Gainesville to Sampson
the This profitable way
of New river, which forms was a very
the north central portion chua and Putnam and thus Graham came in
length western boundary of the coun- ness. The range abounded in Clay coun- City,

Florida. Its greatest south is 30 ty or into Santa Fe river. The good pastures and the herds increased ties. Starke was then the only to being. These railways In-
north to
form 22 latter receives New river and fast, though receivingvery trading point of any conse- creased the settlement, afforded

miles, from east to west into the Suwannee river little attention from their quence for 40 or 50 miles new shipping points and
miles. Its area is very nearly about and on to the Gulf. Elevations owners. The animals, when around, and is still doing busi- made the forests available.

300 square miles or thirtith above sea level are from 130 to ready for market were drivento ness at the same stand, in Sawmilling, tie making, veneer

192,000 acres The 200 feet. < Jacksonville and sold. spite of all sorts of competition. making and naval stores manu-

parallel of north latitude runs over. Hampton came into being as facture started up and have
through the center of the coun- Climate Eastern Bradford settled up "
"Cross Roads! and Lawtey had flourished ever since.

ty. Going west on this line we Bradford t county is near slowly. The first settlers made already won the reputation of The third great turning pointin
old New-
I their homes along the
traverse northern :Mexico enough to the large bodies of being the largest logging sta- our county's history took

northern India, the head of the water east and west of Florida, nansville Middleburg road tion on the road. Saw logs were place when, in 1921, the portionof

Persian Gulf, Cairo in Egypt, to benefit from the land and which entered the county southof carried to the big mills at Jack- the county east of New river
"f and traversed it ina
southern Morocco-Some > sea breezes morning and eve- Hampton This sonville, and the cross-ties were separated itself from that west
earth. northeasterly direction.
the hottest places on ning, but too far away from shipped all over the world. of the river. The latter is now
this shows that we are road or rather trail carried a
While them to feel the effects of the Our county, like all other Union county. What was the
situated in the sunny south, it great deal of traffic, cotton,
occasional tropical storms Southern sections, felt keenly first thing young Bradford did.
and other produce being
also shows how climates are along the shores, and the del- hides the effects of the war. But the after it was free to do as it
from the big plantations -
certain physical brought
uges of rain which generally people struggled on bravely to pleased? Only to bond itself for
is in Alachua county to
climate as !
conditions, for our follow in their. wake. While the rehabilitate their scattered for- over half a million dollars for
all! thing! being taken :Middleburg, where i.ie productswere
temperature here sometimes tunes, their children started good roads! That one of the
in the. sold, or shipped to Jacksonville -
into consideration, as any
reaches: the nineties during the steamerson more farms and new settlers smallest counties in the state in
barges or
world. summer, the heat is not oppressive on navi- came in.About. area and one of the smallest in
Black creek, a deep and
The eastern and northern !' as the air contains! very gable stream flowing into the 1878 the railway com- population, should dare take
portions of the county are on little moisture. The high eleva- such shows in telling
St. Johns river. Plantation sup- pany was:\ enabled to put immense a step a t
slopes of Trail Ridge, an eleva- tion above the sea level is, in the intelligenceand
brought home on the quantities of land on the way courage
tion that begins in Georgia, part, responsible for this. Fogs return plies were trip. Great droves of cat- market, land that had been faith in their strength of:
of the St.
turns the course and dampness are seldom eX- population. And, somehow,
tle: fattened on Paynes prairie, granted the road by the state our
Marys river into a U-shape and perienced. The rainfall is from the capitalists did not doubt our
but which had hitherto been in
also passed! along this road to
has its southern terminus in 50 to GO inches during the yeara Jacksonville. The settlers along litigation. They were well ad- ability to honor our obligations
Lake county. :Much of Bradfordcounty's little heavier during June sold at
for the bonds were a
vertised in the North and were
the road did a thriving
soil has been made of
and July, but < this ridge,
the washings uted that a damaging drouth worn-out draft animals in ex- New settlers came in great num- whatever. We have now a net- f

and from indisputable evidence would be a great rarity. Out- change for fresh ones and sell- bers and made homes: all along work of good roads, and with
a great landslide once took place door workers generally "knock
the automobiles generallyused
t ing commodities to them. Someof the railway and miles! away so
-probably in 1811, when for a off" at 12 noon and resume these settlers acquired large from it, on both sides. Starke farmers living at a distance -

long time the entire countrywas work an hour later-just as in herds of cattle. grew at a great rate, "Cross from the railway stations,

in the throes of earth- the Northern states. The cli Roads" was renamed Hamptonand are enabled to grow profitablecrops

quakes. Until about 35:: years mate is Invigorating and not at About 1850 the settlement of erected brick stores, and for the market and bring

ago there were numerous all enervating and persons naturally the county became more gen- Lawtey, from being a mere log- them to the shipping points

s glades, or prairies along the energetic do not suffer eral, and the undulating lands ging camp of furzy white men quickly and safely. Nobody I

eastern border of the county, any relapse of vigor here.- :Malarial along lower Wateroak, around and ragged negroes became a complains over the bonding and

formed by some cataclysm that and pulmonary diseasedo Hampton, Theressa and toward smart, clean town of refined all bless the good roads.

leveled the pine forests and not originate here, and peo- Melrose! were little by little be- Northern settlers. Orange Bradford is a land of small II

buried them, but these places ple reach a* high age here as coming occupied. In 1858: the groves were set out everywhereand land owners. Large land com-

have again been overgrown anywhere. The nights are cool! railroad from Fernandina to
all business was booming.By panies which, in many other
with timber. These landslides during the summer and mosquitos Cedar Key was completed
1895 the orange growing portions of the state, want to
and few and fur between. We through the county. It bore the
filled up the watercourses, are here had become immense and rule public affairs: and arrogantly -
the new ones have not yet had have a few frosts during each ponderous name of "The Flor- was so profitable till general oppose being taxed for im-

f tin g to form sufficient: channelsto winter but seldom severe ida Railway and Navigationand farming was neglected. Then pfovements. and make their :

quickly carry way surplus enough to damage growth of West India Transit Com- came the fatal freeze, killing blighting influence felt in other j

rain water. But in the western ordinary endurance Some win- pany's Railway ;" it was pro- nearly every orange tree in the ways, do not exist here. We !
portion of the county the ters are so mild till tomato moted by Senator David Levy
northern half of the state. hove no cattle barons, no tim-
stream valleys are more pro- plants grow right on, and guava Lulee, a Jew from Jamaica, an ,
This w.s the second important ber barons:\, no ranch barons.:\
nounced. trees, which are extremely exceedingly able man, who dida
f turning point for the coun Bradford is a land of the people
sensitive to cold, can be seen indifferent great deal of good for his
1 The land slopes strongly to- ty. The freeze was really a and for the people.

ward the west and southwest, parts of the county, adopted state. The writer has blessing in disguise, for had it Bradford county has never
fruiting year after year. No before him an atlas printed in
and the streams naturally take not happened, the orange indus- been advertised least not in
being Floridian under 30 years of age, 1861, when Bradford was a partof
that direction. The county try would have overdone. It is an effective manner. On the
who has not been out of the New River county; but the
I situated at the watershed that well-to-do
true men
many road maps it was left out in the
state ha seen :snow for the only place shown is "Whites-
the Gulf and the Atlantic
between became poor overnight, and cold and was avoided by auto-
last snow fell here in 189::>. ville" located, apparently,
suffer from disastrous
it can never many others were so discouraged ists. We had chafed long over
froze where Starke is So until
Though orange trees now.
floods. till they sold their holdingsfor
state of things, and
as soon as
down here, as well as in most that time the county was a ter-
The southeastern portion of what they would bring, and we had won a much desired opportunity -
parts of the state, in that year, ra incognito.The .
the county is the beginning' of went away ; but those who stayed we decided to get on

the famous Florida Lake Reg- trees sprung from the roots of railway brought settlers had to live somehow-and the map. The best and fairest

ion. The lakes, being on the the damaged tree and the new and business. The magnificentpine learned how to live. In the east- way to let the world know of us

watershed, discharge into the trees are seen all over the coun- forests were laid under ern portion strawberry growing was to open our gates-figura-

Atlantic or the Gulf, according ty bearing golden fruit. Yet tribute, for now, at last, there took on huge proportions, and tively speaking-which meant

to location. A short distance orange growing 1\8 a businesshas was transportation. Sawmills, was found to be so profitable till to build good roads and thus to

west of Starke is found a cluster ne\'er been taken up again, logging camps and turpentinestills the orange groves were soon connect with the rest of the

of three lovely lakes, and the profits being not so alluringnow sprang up along the line. forgotten. The western part of world. We now have the roads ;

T i just west of Hampton is another since the state teems with When the War between the the county soon had large fieldsof travelers will and do come to

,i pretty lake. orange groves, as truck raising.But \ States broke out, the populationhad provision crops, improved view our smiling lands and our

"Bays" and cypress ponds in almost every yard are increased sufficiently to hogs were bred in great numbers plenteous products:\ and to be-

are frequent. They receive the seen satsuma orange trees! send a respectable quota of sol- and the people learned how come acquainted with our '..

1 drainage from the undulating which are very hardy, bear early diers to fight for the Southern to "live at home." whole-souled people and many

and and present a fine appearance. cause. No battle was fought in of them will cast their lot ,
higher lands, are overglwnwith In the early nineties the withus.

<'yprelljibay., gum, slash History this county and the only depredation Georgia Southern & Florida Our people are thoroughly

pine and other water loving Bradford county began to be .. by Yankee soldiers was railroad was built through the awakened to the necessity of inducing '

f trees and shrubs. These places settled about 18W.: mostly by the burning of a turpentine still county, which gave birth to settlement by desirable \

s are in process of filling up and farmers from Middle Georgia, at Saxton, and several hundred New River, Sampson City and immigrants and will henceforth

will disappear> in course of time. who came well)) equipped to hew barrels of rosin. The melted Theressa. It crossed the Sea- strive to advertise our re ,
Except for the Santa Fe new homes out of the forests. rosin flooded nearly an acre of board at Hampton and added sources. Nothing but the warm- I'
land of it still be
and traces
swamp, in the southeastern They chose mainly the rich well)) can impetus to the growth of that est welcome awaits the new-

portion of the county there are drained lands along the rivers seen.By fine little city. About the same comers.

no large swamps.! That between and lakes. A few were slave this time Starke had made time the Wannee branch 'Of the Having now properly Intro-

and around the lakes west of owner and raised cotton and her debut with stores for both Seaboard was built from Starke duced ourselves and presentedour

Starke was drained years ago corn in large quantities; the necessaries and luxuries-as southwest and gave birth to family tree, the article

and I is ready to be converted Into others cleart-d only enough land went then. Enterprising mer- "Ward City," now Brooker. And that follow will deal with more

r arable land. for crop* for their own needs'" chants with capital settled here soon after the Tampa & Jack concrete matters.

f?:', : j This Is One of a Series Of Advertisements To Appear Each Week For Ten Weeks and Paid For By The Following Public Spirited .Citizens of Bradford County: !

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' C. L. PEEK & SON, Real Estate J. W. WHITE & SON DeWITT C. JONES, Hardware E. H. SMITH





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--:. All 1,I M. :Molt, who has. been ill for some

OUT OF SORTS? tune, passed away' last Friday about;

>. of Florida in Short Paragraphs I ] :.1 I o'tloiU It was laid to rest in
r I Legislative ProceedingsA
m,W|. .- *tnm.. .. .nt.......--...iiM.i*.o.*fv.h. uaa*.w..t .-..... ----- lic'ilun nmotery
I So Wan. This Starke Woman Wh I A lame crowd attended the Union
l : meeting here lust Sunday. The
Live State -
Ne"sI I house bill protecting holly and HOW'S THIS ? Tell. HIT Experience1. preachers Wore Reva. hacker, Proc-

mmmm.**mrv... .__. ___ other shrubs of the state was passedby tei, Wear and Norris. A sumptuous
the Senate. Jo 1111/S what we rlTlIlRH claim for It MRDit'IVfl will dinner was enjoyed about 12:30.: ,
: -rid
your system
Told by Our Exchanget. of Catarrh or Ucnfneiia ouuauj by All too often women accept thou I .-- -- -- .---

House Bill No. 4'J by Mr. Davis CnlnrrhIII.....>Y CATARRH pains and aches us natural to than Hi.foro new pillow ticking is used,

_m____________ ____ providing a simplified method of removing of an Ointment MFniflMO which wuUi.conRldtN sex. They f; t 1 t" rc-x: !:-c t'::at weak lion ,a on the wrung silt with a hot;
I clouds from title in chancery Relieves. the Pensacola-Charles Land, Union meeting at New- River Saturday Internal Medlrlrn. a Tonic which
proml-j courts, was pugged. >.to th" Blood on the Muromnrf backache, those headaches, duty: apelli \\ The wax acts ns a varnish and
nent turpentine operator and and Sunday. oe., thus restoring; normal condition '
and that Und, depressed feeling prevents feathers and down from
commissioner of Calhoun county, was Wilhemae Youngblood and brother I The house refused 41 to 32, to vote *. I I .
tt druKtfiitn for overa Tours. Thousands hero found new health and working through the ticking.it .
sentenced to one year in the federal and Mr. Saxe, of New- River, were members of the legislature, in addi- ::11.h .A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. strength by helping the weakened I I _

penitentiary at Atlanta by Judge here Sunday.J. tion to their $5 per diem, their actual kidneys with \I1 tin A l'illll-a Stimulant m surprising' what pleusiiiK( ef-

William 13. Shepherd in United D. Dodd, of Orlando, was trans- expenses while in Tallahassee not to attempted twice to secure an adjournment diuretic This starke
States court, following his conviction acting business here Saturday.Lee exceed four dollars per day. of the Senate without avail. Hut of many: of the dye soaps in washing old cur- v
last week on charges of peonage. He IJjal and J. Pope, of Gaines- Mrs L. E Miner Eighth St, snysl
he Senate did refuse to extend the (lanm When there IH 11 quantity of
is alleged to have aided M. B. Davis, ville here Sunday. "There was a severe, dull ache in mj I
were motor
The proposition to place time of adjournment.A back. If I btiopul! I could: scarcely discarded curtaining, part of it playbe
Bay county commissioner and tur- Reed McKinney was a visitor here busses currying for compensatIOn -
passengers tralghten I often got up fl'alinll'' dyed in nttriutive colors and used
pentine producer, who was also con- Saturday. under jurisdiction of the pension for teachers who have moro tired than before I wont to bud with white Hiimmei curtains as sum

victed, in apprehending and forcing 1UGIILAND I railroad commission was killed in the taught for a period of :MO months, or Doan's Pills from Tumor's Drug I mar hanging for the kitchen or
negroes to work against their will. senate. It met death after a short de- about 37 years-in the public schools Store cured me of the attack I bark bedrooms
Price OOo. at nil doalc-is Don'tslmpll
Tallahassee-Two measures relat- Highland, June 5.-E. W. Comtek,, bate by a vote of 9 to 19. of Florida is proposed by u bill intro- ask for a kidney renh.IY-ltot,' Miami ba i
--$1,000,000 speedway to
of Temple Texas the of duced in the !House by Representatives Mr. I
ing to marriage of persons in Florida was truest look, Doan Pillsthe aunn' tint iimstiuiled.I'honiiiiMlli! .
railroad crossing "stop,
were introduced in the senate by J'I II. C. Wimberly and family Wednes- The Dew, of Pasco, and Mono, of Miner hnd nSI'r. :Milluirn Co.'If. ,
Turner Butler, and referred to the day and Thursday.Mr. and listen" bill, which provided look that and Dllk r. The amount of the pension, ..... Buffalo. N. Y. I Hunk of Thi>mn8Ilia
I and Mrs. D. A. Austin all motorists should stop, under the pioviMions. of the bill wouldbe ,
Judiciary A committee. The first, No. are announcing railroad to OrrI 1 tea I hlllhl i lilt.
S14, requires all ministers and judicial I the arrival of twin boys on listen before crossing a the $aGO per year, ,payable monthly. relatives here Tuesday.Curl 1-'. ;--
officers authorized to solemnize the 2$ of May. grade, crossing was killed by hirly-xcven teachers in the state can und Roswell Ward of Jacksonville Nu \\ornn; In n healthy ChildAll I'
Miss Winifred House, JO to 17, when the bill, with I comply oath the of the children InmhUst will \Vmiim heve.nuom .
marriages to register names in a I'', Wimberly returned roquiie'tiient were w th their mother y
amendments laid on the hculthy radar. which liulli' '. ..
ponding was ad i MM ir kUxnl" end a
book to be kept in the office of the' Friday from a visit with relativesat table motion of Representative bill, Dew has stated. Airs: T. P. Ward, Sunday ruin, thorn U mare or linn minimi, ,'h illtilurbnncn.,
county judge. Failure to comply constitutes Madison.Mr. on I Sir and Mm. L. H. Futch, of I.nu- I.KOVb TASI I ELF$.>>,'hill KINK', iltvtm n.Ulllnrlr
a misdemeanor with u penalty and Mrs. H. Wimberly and! Kurtz, of Glades. House Bill No. 241 by Mr. Stone of toy were with relatives hole SmuliLe'is \ lI>two or three wrcka will vnrlili. tint MINX. Inv
the .and ;nprnl\
0111100111 I
pniva act na a blrnnuttl-
of $500 fine or imprisonment of H. C. Wimberly, Ji., motored to Senate Bill No. 210, by Mr. swear-I Buker to amend Section! 1687, Chapter Shmi'r was nttemlinu t lit. aoinaTmdcluthewholasytem. Nature will hen
six months or both. Baldwin Friday.Mr. limitation of 7, of the Revised General Statutesof !business in Lawte'y Thursd"\'. Iliniw near iliniH'l( the worms. nod thrl'hllil I and Mrs. 1:. Boggs and Otis iiigen, prescribing a not i the state, relating to counties having The infant son of Mr and ;Mrs S. la .perfect bralth Plraiuat to uke Olio per "'K.....
time after which a person may 1
Center Hill. Another modern Bogs spent Thursday in Jacksonville after cons( ucted new courthouses within -
school will i l l be claim or recover lands as heir .
high I building shopping. There
twenty years, was passed.
of the deed. The limit in the I
occupied in Center Hill upon the completion Q. D. Williams of Jacksonville, 19 record was considerable. discussion over this 4I
of the new building which has pending. sometime here with his bill was thirty years, but tho measure i bill, as the amendment induced the I SERVES TUG SOUTH
amended before final action, THE SOUTHERN
been contracted for by the board of mother, Mrs. Ida B. Williams.Mr. was time in which the question of the removal ,
education of that rapidly' growing and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, of.. striking thirty and substituting ut'a courthouse from tho

city. Martin and Borland, of Suruso-: II Waldo, spent the week-end here with : twenty years. building of u courthouse to ten years. I

ta, were the successful bidders for the relatives.T. The house committee appointed The discussion was to tho effect that '

erection of the building which is to I T. Blackburn, of Law.ley, was a some time ago to investigate charges many counties of the state would bo 'f

I be completed within 120 days from I business visitor here Monday.N. of diunkness and misconduct on the thrown into turmoil' over the questionof \ Whose interest J

, time of awarding the contract, cost of Carter, of Palatka visited his part of students und professors at moving their courthouses if tha

which is to be $25LUO.; I brother, E. Carter, Monday.Mr the University' of Florida, reported time should be reduced. The bill how

. and Mrs. Chas. Grand and Mr.. today' without recommendation. The ever, carried on the general ground.

origin Dade destroyed City-File fifteen of undciternuned buildings, and Mrs. II. F. Grand, of Jackson- .uiinmUee, which was headed by Ueprusentativu I mat if people of a county desired to in the Southern

E the entire business ville, spent Sunday the guests of Dow, of Pasco, suggested ic'inovu their courthouse every ten ?
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson. that the entire matter be referred to yours, it wan their privilege.
tion of Trebly, a little town located Messrs Sudler, Murr and Mur- the state department of education.A It

even miles north of this city. The daugh, of Norfolk, Va., are here House Bill No. JUO was passed, is ?
]loss is estimated and insurance
at $30,000 greatest
S. A. reciprocal
surveying .L. railway property. providing exemptions to the heads, of
$5,000. Tubly has no water the
I tag measure repealing presentlaw families in this state to the extent of
vvoiks. Apparatus was sent from this which requires non-residents to
city, but because the engines were not IIAMP1ON: register automobiles after thirty $uOO, IIB' provided in Section II, of We who ure devoting our lives in the
Article .>, of the constitution. The
a equipped to pump water from a lake A. A. Durden and family attendedthe day, (passed the lower house of the question of Mining what property service of this railroad like to cull it I i
close by, they were useless. Plant City Florida Legislature, GO to 1. Under
Sunday School Convention of should 10.! included In personal effects' ours. ''
and Lakeland also to calls
responded provisions of the measure, license issued -
Santa Fe Baptist Association at Lake hits been a vexing one for some time,
!i for assistance. Butler Sunday.Mr outside the state would be recognized and halO been the subject of much do- The investors who have put their "
I and Mrs. Q. II Susser of South in this state for the same period bate the it
Tallahassee-Governor Martin has over state- It was discussed faith and money into it to make on If
virtually made up his mind as to Florida, are visiting here this week. ns Honda's license is recognized instate specially l h\' the convention of the machine d;
I :Mrs. T. G. Futch and son T. G. Jr. the from which the nonresidentcame. efficient transportation
whom he will appoint us chairman of state tax assessors in their meetingat
\ the State Road Department when the of Leesburg, were the guests of Mr Jacksonville three or four months they speak of it as theirs.

term of the present chairman expiresin I Futeh's father last Sunday. Senator Lou's bill providing the ago, and it was decided at that time And who travel on it, whoso I''
October. He has nude no olIiLiiil I Miss Annie Ruth Peoples, who has of study for the schools was that legislation defining what property you
statement of the selection, but it id been visiting friends und relatives in course passed. This measure provided that should be exempted should be pre. goods it carries, and whose business

understood the place has been offered Jacksonville, returned to her home the first six grades should be known rented to the legislature. It was contended depends on its regular service day in

to Dr. Tons A. Hathaway, formerly I here this week. as elementary grades, seventh and as set out in the bill, that and day out are you not entitled to
superintendent of public instruction Dr. Middleton was a business visi- the ninth something moro than a few house-
eighth; grammar grades;
in Duval County, and who has served I tor here this week. and tenth, junior high; and the hold articles and musical instruments call it yours ? +
as the Governor's secretary since the Anguish Jones, of Portsmouth, Va.,, should be exempted, and that the list
eleventh and twelfth senior high, or of and
We all have feeling pride
latter assumed his executive duties. I is the guest of his mother, !Mrs W the should include some substantial artieles I
the first six ejenientary grades,
M. Jones and sister, Mrs. W. L. in the Southern, and it +
Bugg necessary in the conduct and operation proprietorship
seventh and ninth junior
eighth ,
Crystal sprl-;; : The honor I Mrs. J. II. Saxon has her
as guests high and the tenth, eleventh and of the small farms of the is through the cooperative efforts of
of being first in the market this week, Mr. Saxon's sisters, Mrs. state ,' ;
with the 1025 crop of sweet.potatoes I 1'. E. Johns, of Pompano, and Mrs. S., twelfth, senior high. --- -- -- all of us that it has come to be the r

is claimed for R. F. and H. ,.. Colson, R. Johns, of Starke. The Senate placed its stamp of ap- HUOOKKIt great railway system that it is. 4

who live two miles southeast of Mrs. W. L. Bugg M entertainingher proval on laws now on the statute South'i'
tal Springs, and who have been CrysI'I' sister, Mrs. Ed Howe, of Mac- books against gambling. At least Brooker, June R.-Miss Alvin This spirit will build a greater a

ing new sweet potatoes locally Clenny this week. that was the interpretation placed on Hu/en, of Gainesville, is the guest of ern to serve a greater South. ,? 1 '

week or more. Even Floridians, who I Miss Free Wynn is spending this its action in voting down a proposal her cousin, Miss Iris 1 Brown this

are used.to enjoying vegetables and : week in Jacksonville the guest of her of Senator Edge to 'place the House week

I fruits weeks or months in advance of aunt. anti-gambling bill on the cpuciul order Mrs H 1*. Gainey Is spending a ,"mfS I

the regular season, are not accustomed I Mrs. M It Jackson returned home I calendar, Edge afterward stating while in Jacksonville with friends

to eating new sweet potatoes in the last Saturday after a visit with that he considered measure as being I and relatives. ,
middle of May and so Colson Brothers friends and relatives in Jacksonville. virtually dead. E. M and G. W. Hazen and H. 1'.

., are finding a ready sale for their I Mr. and Mrs. 0 Haynes returned I Gainey were attending to business in 1
crop, which according to reports, home this week after having visited The Senate bill providing for ex- South Florida last week.

grades "fancy" for the most part. their son, Bun Haynes at Winter t amination of gasoline tanks and :Miss Wilma Surrency, of LaCrosse, TRESS
Haven. their measuring devices was tempor-
was tho week-end guest of Alias Mil-
GRAHAM Mr and Mrs. R.'L Dirt and daughters arily passed in the Senate after hav- died Cone. 1 _**<

Graham, June 5.-Mrs. Lee Young- Evelyn and Keeth attended the ing been amended. The amendment Mrs S. M. Mott and children and
railroad picnic at Valdosta, Ga. last provided that a pump should not be
blood returned home Tuesday after Miss Lois Gainey were with friends
and confiscated for first offense SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEMaV9.rA1,1AeeT'
spending a few days with her daughter Saturday. a ad and relatives in Litwtey ndtiy..
Mrs. J. J. McKinney. Miss Erma Johns is spending this provided for in the bill but that (hester' Andrew, of New laver, M

0. W. Dyal and son, Truby, were week with her aunt MISH Lola Red- second inspection should be made was attending to business here Tuos- ,

visitors to Hampton Friday.E. dish, of Jacksonville. thirty days later to determine whether day. P,.ar -, w-wrrtii'ny
r C. A. flirt and family and sister,, or not the owner or lessee had com- -
J. Murrhee and O. W. Dyal Missus Mary and Rubio Youn I
Miss Elise Birt returned to their plied with the instructions of the inspector ,
were transacting business in Starke blood, of Graham, were with relative
Saturday. home here last Monday after having here! for the week-end.

I. W. Wasdin and family were visitors visited' Tampa, Clearwater, St. Peters- Charges of A; tl Saloon League Mi. and Mrs. Tom Stuart and son,

': here Saturday. burg and other points of interest in domination of the temperance forces I Paul and Miss! Buelah Lewis sp' ''/nt.
Dewey Murhee left for South Florida.Mr. I in StarkeL \
Friday of the Legislature on one hand and Saturday evening
Tampa where he will stay a few and Mrs Ray Colley were visitors wilfully attempting on the part of I K. Gainey was attending t..
to Wildwood this week.T. .
weeks. the other of opponents to enact legislation business in Starke Monday. I
Mrs. T. D. Dyal spent the week- M. Hagin was transacting business 1- which wquld prevent the enforcement (;n-orgo/ livers: of Stnrkc, i is with

end with her parents, of Sampson at Starke last Tuesday.P. of the prohibition laws,I friends mid rcltuvni here this, ae<
City.I. D. Hunt visited his daughter,, marked the discussion of the temper- :Mr. and Mrs :\1. I. Han, und :Mi.I.I -

L. Ogden and family spent Sunday Mrs. C. P. Sasser, of Valdosta, Ga.,, ance measures, three of which were I fl.i; >'lrllyh"I'.II', if \\"Id"! u ,

at Green Cove Springs. this week. adopted, one of which was indefinitely with I', '!itivos her Sunday I I
Gentry Call was a visitor to Hampton Mrs. K. B. \Vaterson, who has been postponed and one of which, relating I V. V. Hun/ of W..II.. ,1 ., \\.1 vv I fI""
visiting her father, C. A. Bishop, of
Thursday. i to searches without de- -
Fitzgerald, Ga., returned to her home was T'n.a nee Nn, l..i,
and Mrs Wesley Dyal and feated. i iI '{.
children, of High Springs, spent here last Monday. I i, "Hello Daddydon't with.er anaiyn-. t'' S
Sunday here with his parents. I Mrs II. B. Wrest and children,, Under provisions of an amendment I Z

Mrs. Jim Graves and daughter, Miss Kathryn and Gorden, are introduced by Representatives MsKcnzlc I Wi'''''IIW U'i-i ,lus" -

Bunie visitors spending/ this week with Mrs Wi>est'H of Putnam, Register und
; were to Brooker 4L .- Q Sit!> apn.kxleIn'i1i
Sunday. sister, Mrs. J. C. Duboxe, of Vero. Johns, of Duval Road 28 was addedto I voter pocket when
V. B. Wheeler and J. F. Johnson the secondary list r hc.ll.e toOentlte The tire
Will Jones and Ed Parrish went to ,- ,. .I o most important I
business visitors I if ., ,
S.. ipson City Saturday. were to Starke last which includes roads numbers 5-- -V. .' OJ".
Tuesda)'. 10, Iii, 20, and that of road r : h
Miss Ruby Dyal is spending a few part num \
days with her brother, Mr. Wesley The large residence on Church her 11, extending. from the Georgia ; whnl"sonw vaueujsl.ralhia announcement of years:

Dyal, of High! Springs.Mr. street which formerly belonged to J, !State line to Monticello, on which 1 11 4.m'' IMtm 9we, e t for
C. Sparkman was purchased by Rev. work is to begin as soon ; .
and Mrs, Carl McKinney were as possible 'A pleasure f4 brncUlorwh can ru>w equip yuur
here Saturday. E. S. Taylor, pastor of the Christian after work on roads one to five, inclusive I r You with twice t
a tire asbig
church, this week. and 8 and 19 has reached that I I
Truby Dyal attended the Baptist I V as ordinary curd and
Oscar Uyal, of Graham, was a
stage secondary road work can
""!n ,,,,,,,,,,: .,,.,,,,,,,, "'I.JMr.HJrnl: :} business visitor here this week.C. be begun without delaying completionof I v" It yovHf! after ,'.J."'; inflated to L mly half the
1a 11. Priest, who has been locatedin numbers smokln9 .i. Pressure rt fits present
one to five Inclusive, and \. =
COFFINS & CASKETS SAnd the Mullady' cottage on Church 8 and 19.O.ver I work dr.4.. Itie/ .. tJ1- mm!! and e")its! about the

a Full Line of street has purchased the Adams cottage I II I gnstlittl.tnrk.ntrwiicim Ii same an or Unary tiros. It
on Main street and is comfort- the strenuous protest of Sena- I -J gives! revolutionary ail-
Undtrtaktr Smpplit ably located there. tor Smith, who declared it the most v.intagcuofeoinlort.inJcareconomy. -
Mrs W. B. Alexander and daughter dangerous piece of legislation Intro- MICHELI1V It !if thc new
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Alias Wilma Pearl] and Mrs. B. II, duced in the Senate this year, Senator Michelin Comfort Cord.

Always on hand. The best ser- k Loflin were visitors to Waldo last Clark's bill creating a State forestry Comfort Cord Will in to it rSmith's
you come sec
vice at the lowest price Special Tuesday.St. board was under discussion. !
attention to telegraph order when the Senate adjourned. Final 9i'irer'eryareul

*. Registered Embalmer. Auustlne--Florlda! East Coast action was not taken. Senator Smith I GarageStarke

railway granted permission to construct tried In vain to amend the bill by

DeWITf C. JONES double track cutoff, equippedwith I striking out the enacting clause. The Fla.

automatic block signals, between I measure provided for great tracts of
STARKE FLAx I this city. and,I lower east coast of land to be withdrawn from the tax I ,.

Florida. list by great timber owners. H, even
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w rAGE FOUR : _

.. I SAMPSON CITY !Tbe Senate bill providing for ex- '1! Avon Park-Avon Investment Com Frostproof-Citizens Bank to erect

f amination of gasoline tanks and pany organized to build $800,000, 200- 150,000 buildlnff.

Sampson City, June :5.Hiram E. hotel. "
j their measuring devices was temporarily room
;.a..t. Jones was a visitor to Starke Satur- passed in the Senate after having MASTER'S SALE
) duy. 'i I been amended. The amendment ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. Nolle. l I. hen by given that undr. 1 und l>y

(l'. li. Brown was a visitor to Lake I provided thai a pump should not be I \ itue nf Ihnt certain Final locn" <. of fore

: t i ..-.. ilr eiJ Butler one day last week. 1 I I. and confiscated for a first offense as : Bradford In' Circuit County\ Court., lorlcfi.: Eighth In Judicial Chancery Circuit, closure miule. und. rendered on "'Hi) dnv rflopUmiber
A. I>. In2t. hy Honomhle Amos
;Mrs. Della Thomas had as her for in the bill but that J. F. Colley ,
if provided fi I Complainant teals Judas, of the rourt.enth Judiciu' (.1" -
!truest: Sunday J. O. Wynn and littledaughter i second inspection should be made Goorui'. W. Colo. et al..1.I .nit, of Florida.' Honorable A. V. Long. judge
Thelma and Mr. Thomp."on or the Eighth Judicial Circuit. being. dinqualifled. -
whether -
thirty days later to determine Remove Cloud Etc In that certain' cause wherein the Feileml -
t :li! U mill 1 00!) of Gainesville, and Mrs Frank or not the owner or lessee had com- I It appearing from .:* alienations: :: of the: 1 nnd Bank of Columbia" n corporntlnn
"worn bill of complaint in the above cause,
children Jean and Lil- Is cnnudainant' and r R. Rapp. Nottlei Supn
Rosignal and
; plied with the Instructions of the in- that lh, one and rraldonc of tho defendant. his wife The: Lavirtoy National Farm Lnnnsioclntlon. \
i -- i lian C. F. McKindree and Mr. and J, spector. I lo...,li i Gvoniu W. Col.. G. W. Uvlnmlon \ a eornoratlon I .1. A how",.. The
t i ito' I Mrs. Guy L. Christopher, all of Jacksonville 'I .________ I I 11010 O. Brown Jacob C. Brown Millard F. Consolidated. ;, Naval\ Stores m "
'I w-itid nlativt; hero Thursday. ] 'I Rroun. N. W Rncki and A. E. Moltt are all ,poration. and 8, J. are .f..rondnnta.
i(()ISI: PAIe..Y. M 1 Mrs. Christopher will be re- FORGOTtEN 1HOUGHTS unknown and that there la no person In the the undersigned. will\ offer for sale and will
KINGSLEI'(; LAKEr I ;\li. <. G.; W. Brown was a visitor to membered here as Miss Audrey (By Sinah E. Moore) i Mnu of .Florida known to complainant, the ...11 to the hi,rhest and beat bidder for rash
Sturke Monday. I I I I the service) of a subpoena upon whom unuldhlnd in front of the Courthouse. door In '"c.l'rnilf"rd .
at Kingsley 'i Herring. Long sprays of light, through mid defendants : and that It U believed by l I II County. Florida on Monday the
] The Week's oottuije a'I U II. Hill was a business visitor to Misses Mabel, Doris and Oulda room of life, |I the complainant tint the said named de. lit th eluy if July A (). 1'>'I>. during.. the legal
i Lake wn the scene last week of I ndnntM are Interested In the In.sJvrl I ,hone, sale, for the of satisfyingsaid
Starke Friday I strife : n purpose
wonders and ::
composed of j| Thomas, of Palntka, arrived Suturi Crowded with sin, ] In this null and "pr.fnrJ dope Final Decree. tho following. described
merry house party Weeks Dr. O. W. Brown was a professional day for a lengthy visit. with their i Those are the terrors that haunt us not know and: 'hy dllltcent march' ha not 'been I Innib tying. and Icing In Bradford County
Canovn Vlrxinia i able to anceruiln whether of the defend
Misses :Mary nay
EHso Jones and visitor to Mlddleburg Sunday I I I grandmother, Mrs. Josie Hall. day by daysUntil ; I anti nn dead or alive and that It i I. alleged. I II Florida, to-wltl
Hazel Mlddloton, East half of northeast quarter of sotitlienst -
the dimmest l.y complainant In old bill that he
I MrLonnie and children can't see sworn
Morgan we even
of Jacksonville of
Miss Eunice Dinklns northwest quarter' northin -
Mrs. and
Harriet Hitch, with Mr. {I I believe there an persons Intonated In the '
I two last of Brooker, visited her sister, lightest ray. t iiuniur of southeast. quarter and east
C. Bitch chaperoning the was the truest a day or said ,property Involved In this suit whose
Herbert I week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mrs W. II. Smith here last week. A world of wickedness and multitudes name or names and Hire or nu and whoseresidence 't half r erf"f southeast southwest. quarter quarter Section of northeast Twenty-one quart -
unknown nnnt mil
I party. a numher of young i Charles Dinklns. j I Mrs C. B. Brown spent the week- !: of sin; l In said bill are relief Is prayed to compile axalnnt. ..uehkoo..n .I sal : South half if northwest northwest quarter or.ou.hw..t of

Friday evening end with her mother, Mrs.\ Bell Johns, Yet each in case they seem and unknown persons. Therefore It \IMd..d quarter quarter
day .
every soutnweat andsethweni
and few of quarter
d people from Sturko went i Mrs E. K. Durney spent a days f I t that all persons named In this order. n.irtrmeitt quarter
entertained with swimming with relatives In Jacksonville this at New River. i I to win, if living and If dead nil porsnns. claiming. any quarter of Himthue-ftt quarter Section
happily and picnic spread.SOCIAL t week. I Mr and Mrs. Bridges and J. G. !, Far they may go, and item not to Interest under the said named defendant, northwest Twenly-tvio' quarter'1221 I of: the northwest northeast quarter.Mellon quarterif .
boating a iuforcnJd. deceased otherwise and that All
i or
Wynn of Gainesville visited Mrs. all In Township
I fall Tuinty.si.ii 1 IJTi.I
SERVICE) ; MEETINGThe : :. I Mr. and Mrs. George L. Crews, of Dulla Thomas Thursday. j j But sooner, they will heed to the ''laps persons. or ages whomsoev and residence n whose are name alleged or name to be, live I thTnttnhaexe.,iBi. South lunge. M<.rldian Twenty-two, containing,i.2i.,. sass 115nerve i inf
Crewsvillc returned home Monday .
unknown to .omplalaon.lml may bo or are
Mrs T. C. Thomas of Palutku will I
-- softest call. Inure tae.
h i I Interested( In the hirclnnft! described properly
Methodist missionary society'! after spending a few days here at arrive Sunday for a visit with heY i I1 can hear it cooing and moaning at I or any part thereof lying. and bfftniIn. R. A. GREEN .

.4)) met Monday afternoon at the church, :, the homo of Mr. and Sire J. S. An- mother, !Mrs. Josie Hall. I night, Lou One (111> and Three (111> and !lot t Five
the feature of the meeting bein( drews. : Carl Wynn and son, J. C., of Lake As deep in thought, we take our i5i.' except a portion in the Southeast corner Solicitor for Complainant 6-5-51-7-3

octal service work under the loader- Mr. nnd Mrs S. W. Register, Mr. I I Butler, were visitors here Saturday. I flight. I I being thirteen Mil feet north and touth and
Mrs. L. A Davis, chairman and Mrs. E. 11. Register and Mrs. the I' Thlrfv.thret) illl,: feet i not andest. Also a .J.++i.f."F. !ro J ? 1
hip of ( I; Miss! Davis, who is sent out by Still we can see it approaching near 'portion of lot( Seven (7)) defe-ribed an follows:

of this; department. II i Swearimren, of Jacksonville, were State Board of IIvltn, gave a very I and have fear i I Commencingd run northui-st corner of Lot
Serves to punish more ( ) East ?2 IJ I..t. thince Purifier
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president, visitors here Sunday. | interesting talk to the mothers here Some will realize and some will go on I I South 12";j reel thence West 72'j' feet System
I presided over the business session Miss Fitzgtven, of Jacksonville, Friday afternoon. I tin nee North 12'' fret to point of beginning.
White transacted the ._ Until they reach and taste the sad all of the above being. In lllock Fourteen (UI"r ) HOBO KIDNEY AND BLADDER
W. I
and Mrs. J. was the /truest Saturday and Sundayof ---- beyond the original. Town of Starka.
duties of secretary Mrs, Arthur Miss Helen Robinson. ZIFI"ZitI' ; Do appear to the add 1 bill of complaint on REMEDYIf
' the devotional part Then life itself will smolder and or before the Third day of August A. D. 1028
r Wood conducted I Frank Green, of Wildwood, was a June (S.-::Mr, and Mrs. J. F. droop; and In due course define and set up whatever -
y of the program, and later Mm. Davis Sunday visitor at the home of Mr. and claim or Interest which you and each you suffer from pimples, erup-
I Barfield, !\Irs.o'. W. Reynolds and Like the lame dead fowl in its
coop. ,
made talk on social service work,I IgivIng' of you may hoe to the above described property tions or rashes and other skin dis-
a ; !\Irl<. Charles. Dinkins. ,, little sons, Tommie and Leslie, of A few will trod in a self-sacrificing or the said. bill will be taken u confessed -
of work done by will find Hobo and
a good report 1 agent you. eases you Kidney
her committee during the punt month. I Orady Lanier returned to Miami I Daytona, spent the week-end herewith I I way; It I. further ordered. that this order be Bladder Remedy and excellent treat
'I last week after spending a few weeks their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Others will think only of the radiant published once a week for. Eight. eone..culiveweeks
A. Z. Adkins, accompanied ment for impure blood and loss of
Mrs. I | In the Bradford County Telegraph avieklv
with relatives Ponso Griffin and D. Thomas. accompanied
They were .
by Mrs. E. K. Perryman, sang beautifully day, I newipaix, r of general circulation. flesh. The kidneys strain of filter out
C. .V. Clyde Rowe accompanied him and hassecured home by their mother, who will spenda That they may lead on and out of imblMicd In Starke. Bradford' county. Florida.
the solo "My Task. Mrs. the impurities in the blood-that is
I This the 2nd day of June A. D. 1025O
In Miami. while there.
Stamen read an interesting paper on 1 employment sight, I W. ALDERMAN, their work. About every three min
Mexi-I A. If. Hurley left last week for Gid Howard, of Fairbanks, was a No mutter the precious, noble lives iS. nil Clerk of Circuit Court "rodlordCouo.
the subject of "Our Neighbor, 1 I visitor here Saturday. .;'. I I''lorlda.By utes all the blood in the body passes
Micanopy where he in employed as a they blight, C. A. KNIMIT
co -- sawyer at a large mill. I Grafton Adkins, of New River, and But lOOSe that serve in the humble Deputy .."-..k.A. through the kidneys. Your neighbor-

DINNER: 1'Alfi'YMice MTB W. C. Wooten and baby arespending George Rivers, of Starke, were visit jpintual way, .1I.llor0'S., CREWS.. Complainant. e-B-Dt-7-Sl hood druggist Bells !Hobo Kidney and

n few days with friends in ing friends here Saturday afternoon. Will nnd in life a more beautiful Bladder. Remedy. .

Elizabeth Andrews entertain Jacksonville this week. ( Mr and !Mrs. I. W. Uyal spent the thrilling day, ORDER FOR Pt"Itt.ICATIOCin ',
ii I ed a few of her friei.ds at a lovely weekend here with their wonderous the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judlclnl' HOBO MEDICINE
!Mr. and Mrs. John Teuton, of Jacksonville parents. When all will seam so Circuit of Florida. In and for Bradford C<-In- COMPANY:
. I dinner party Thursday, the occasion were wrok-end visitors here I Mr. und, Mrs. J. W. Lewis' and children grand and true. ;r.nE Chantery. ,

"t being the hostess' fourteenth birthday with relatives Opal, Lulumae, L. O. and John- And the day will hold loyal friends ; Swrnt vaIt Complainant. Beaumont' Texas

'{ 1 anniversary. A delicious course Z Sink. came home from Citra and nie attended the Union meeting at that seek you too. C. Helbfiyrer ct al... Defendant .!.3*t/3rSe8/"s.;.$ ?. t4a j

< dinner was served, the plates being spent Sunday nt the homo of hisI., New River Sunday. We must look at all things natural OHDFU FOR COVSTRrCTIVB. : SFRV1CE1o 1

,f, 't1 marked by attractive place cards. rents, Mr. nnd !Mrs. T. C. Sisk. I !Mr. and Mrs, R. 1'. Lewis and son, and rightIf W. HackHt.R C. Hy.bewrer Fnmuel, J.Harris.Charles J Richard.Hampton'N.

4 ,, The icuests were Misses Lucile Oral here with their Jfinii Martha Melton. Charles Ellerson. Mnl-
spent! Saturday we expect to succeed in the deadof '
Mr. and !Mrs L. W. Baker !Mr. and Notice
I Emrtton, .
Johns, KOBU LevSternberg 'Iton, Lucile Mitchell, brother, J. W. Lewis. night. I tie Hubert Klleraon. Auvuntun Elltr-
!Mrs. Lnrrnmore Roden and, baby and Mottle' Muckfiuhlon R. M Kltpraon.
at Ruth and Florence" An- Elam: !Koden of I Mr. and !Mrs. II. E. Thomas and Then each little emotion will guide I.n. L. Lawn.. Mans L. Kicklittr.
Jacksonville were Sophia G. Saunders, :N W. Hnckett, (' .h'o', "
'il. drews. week-end visitors at the homo of OtisRoden. I little son, Floyd, of Pine' Hill, Mr. and I its way, of Bradford County !liank of Starke Hornln." -

'" a I !Mrs Henry Shaw and children, Fred, Make all its amends, and to others If thing, and tf dead nil pnrtif claim,n", In-
CIRCLE :MKf: WITH :MKS.:; PEEK Louis und 1 of Pine HillIr. 'crests under. you or either of you or othor- will be in Starke Wednesday -
t --- !Mr. T. J. Terry, !Miss Jorye Terry, I Ruby, I survey, I sloe. In the following! Bcrtbed lands situatttl
,. The circle of the Uupt'st' mission !Mr. and !Sirs James Titts and Miss and !Mrs Delatha Starling, of Cooler; All things uplifting noble and kind, In the County of Bradford, In the State of June 10, prepared to make
4 Pond, spent the weekend here with It will to teach to Florida, to-wlti I II estimates for Furni-
Louise Pitts serve us appreciate Repairing
met Monday afternoon atff' were among those who The Northwest quarter of the Northwest
Pa j rI: ary society attended! their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). the blind. I quarter of Section 4, Township 7 South Range
the home of Mrs S. L. Peck, and the the Baptist Union meetingat Thomas. 22 East: ture, Upholstering, SewingMa-
I Now-In all life's heart.warmlng'lenderneu
hostesses for the afternoon were New River Sunday. I GREETING chines
Phonographs and Re-
ff' White. Elite Loadholtz of Jacksonville Don't forget there will be services there is love, j The complainant having filed her worn ,
'f Mrs. Peck and Mrs. George C. visited relatives hero, ,' ut the Baptist church Saturday and That makes us cherish the spectacles I bill of complaint In this court wherein she silvering of Mirrors. We guarantee -
After the devotional service Mrs. Sunday. alleges that you and of you base, or
r Sunday. Everybody: come. of nature and think of above; I] claim 1 to hn\c acme right, title I or I Interest: In expert work delivery
f; Scott and Mrs. White roaij j Interest- )Dr. G. W. Brown was transacting and to thu tnii'to aforoaaid., prompt
f -
or some
It is the of God and part
r 9 ing stories on tho subject of the influence business in Jacksonville Friday S : .. e governing power thereof, and ,praying for tho quieting. of her best prices and best gradeof
/ : I. ..
man. title against Hueh clnim or .1.1... and ha\-
of a Christian' mother. At the Elder II. V. Skipper, of Jacksonville EX1RAC1S FROM I COUNTY We must think Jf it as the highest Inv. demanded the molting of this order: goods. W carry samples.
I' close of the bURinl'SM Hussion the tilled his regular appointmentat AGI>: I for form of humanity if we can. n<)ulrt'il to 'appear In.fare this court on Monday -
ladles sewed on articles the benefit till! Luwtey Second Advent church i To me it is like a lovely flower the 3r<) day of August. 1025, being. the Leave your name with the
of the society, and Miss, Ethel Thursday and Friday evenings.! I I. : I rule day In said month to answer thu complainant .
Uscuuln-Drover and ro.I I in thriving well Telegraph Starke or phone 29
scrveral pleu ln" lltibbnrd crops Sara E. Sweat In the unit nforesaid ,
Griffin visitor
numbers.played l IMicuntipy Tuesday. wits a to' excellent shape. We had just enough | We must keep it safe, like the lion I' cxparte.. otherwise tho complainant will procml and we will call on you on the

piano { lain to put the soil in good, shape for i In Its cell. It !I. further ordered that a copy of thisrdtr
Tho hostesses served refreshing !M. K Brown of above date.
Tmnpii> was a '
i growing crops. But to /find such beautiful emotions <* Iw published once n week for eight con.
fruit punch and Creole cake. Giant ,: visitor Monday at the home of his I cutlve. uottts In the Bradford Cnuntv Tel .
I II .
life .
glnnln and chnicp roses were used'' I parents, llr. and Mrs (J. W. Brown. | :Santa; Rosa I find many good of .graph IJradfrml a m..npaiirr' lorlda publlnhed, in Starkc -
Tends County
I to sacrifice> serve and lead to
for decnrutiuna.I W. I I.. Uverstrcpt, of Tampa, wasa I plots of corn and cotton and sumo witness my hand and the seal of mild C r. RELIABLE
strife.Although :
I visitor to I >> I cult Court it Starkc, Bradford County, Florida -
I SPENl1'fIIP DAY -I-\JITYA( TIIXt Lawtey Thursday. | line pigs among the club members of when the day is won and the lit day of May. 1920. _
Bryant Reddish, of Jacksonville, the county. They are all doing good I G. W. ALDERMAN Works
.SLEI.Ali.E spent Friday and Saturday hero at 1 work.I I we are here, (ISe.1)) Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford Upholstering
We Imagine we feel the touch of one County i*(lui HIM
I A delightful event of the weok was !' the home of his parents, Mr. and once so dear, I By C. A. K-S'lOHr. Shop 1017 N. Grove St. 1
Mrs. V. R. Reddish. I Bilker-Seasonable' ruins for the Deputy CU-rJc!
the spend the day party given by the past 10 days which need- Alas! we droop and close our eyes in J. M. CASIIDI. Gainesville Fla.
I Miss were badly
local I U. D. C. chapter, at the Weeks, Arthurinu Blanchard is sadness. I Attorney for Complainant. 6.S-0t.Sl ,
spending a few weeks with relatives I id' have put crops in good condition. j
I ); cottage at Kingsley lake. $in Jacksonville. I have been treating some hogs this For thc things vve once prized as II
o'clock delicious and
At one a I gladness I
1 the Arthur 1'enice was a business visitor week, but have heard of only one outbreak
bountiful dinner was served, Has turned to lost love
tn Stnrkv Monday. of cholera in two months. and they are ,
menu being filed chicken, rolls I to share .
anti I I Ur. K.: L. Hlggs, of Starke, was a Cholera seems to be pretty well under I I'I -- -- -
pickles, salads, tomuttu-si rucum- 1 The other
in punishment when
control the we
| professional visitor here in county. j jEscambla
bers, iced tea, angel food cake and ) Wednesday. !'I land "over there" Ii I II Ili
ice cream. |I 1 1'. I I.. Uinkins nnd family have mov- I --Had two !j
business' ed back from Jacksonville anti I'aul i II I-
w' After dinner the monthly weiner roasts with my boys' clubs I
1 meeting of the chapter was held, will be an assistant in the S. A. L. this week. The boys doing early sweet

with Mrs J. M. Drnwnlee presiding. depot during the .summer months. potato work have their potatoes all 666 I Wh.n B.tter Automobiles Ate Built, Buick Will Build Them

and Mrs.\ S. L. Peek transacting the Mr. !Moody, of Live Oak, was a visitor out and in good condition. i

duties of secretary. The president appointed to Starke Tuesday. I a prescription I.. I {..44aLuestion

Mrs. J. M.\ Mitchell directorof W. II. Biggs, A. Al. Ulanchurd, W. Lake-At a meeting of the South Malaria, Chills and Fever No. 15

the Children of the Confederacyand F.. Torode und R. R. Thede were business Lake Board of Trade in Mascotte this Dengue or Bilious! Fever I

Mrs. O. L. Deaslcy as assistant visitors to Green Cove: Springs week, dairying was discussed and h kill th. ...m..

director. I\IrK. I.. A. Davis invited the Monday. plans made which will be completed I

b C. of C. chapter to meet at her home'l I at meeting! a month later. I SEABOARD TIME: TABLE I
Sbilpllljf'WIIKOI/ \ Active .
tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at'
fyur o'clock\ and the director accepted | In former the years, with a few exceptions ( \Ia'hua-llave arranged for hogrholeru (In effect May 10, 1023.: ) I
strawberry season is considered work over the county. Melon
the invitation with thanks. j all over by the first ofIny! !I growers. of the county are arranging I: No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -
Among the reports given was a report in this at Starke 11:14: m. j I II
1 section. This unison. Is one of for tick-free hay for shipping melonsin. p.
of the cemetery committee, iriv- the exceptions. \\v went out to J. II. I I No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives

en by Mrs. Hrownlw. This report I Moore's farm in Eaat Lawtey the ,! : at Starke 5:23: a. m. !

"'" showed that excellent work had been I first part of the week und, we A'andl'! Oknlooso-Treated 89 hogs for No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives -

done at Crosby ccmetury, and that his patch with as much fruit un ;u us cholera control this week. I at Starke 11.02 a. m.

the annual cleaning on the 28th of I at any time during the lie No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville "ar
May had put the cemetery In a neat season. Broward-Definite plans have been rives
shipped about 2.1 criites last weekI j I I at Starke 4:20 p. m. I
condition. Plant. wore diai united for from two pickings, which made to hold a county fair anj also to No. 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville

fencing the cemetery, and the matter $1 a crate. The prospects averaged that he'' make an exhibit at the South Florida" arrives at Starke 9:00: a. m. I j
I will aonn be taken up hy the committee. art Fair. No. 21 Jacksonville Key'' : Why a
e i i will do equally us well this week. to Cedar
Several other farmers here I arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m. i Bulck and
The name of Mrs. Edward Earns about the / are doing Taylor-Cotton crop is above theuvel'alCe No. 101 Starke Wannee leaves )I so safe so
sumo with plenty of fruit I for the time of No
member and the year. '
was proposed as a on the plants to last Starke 7:40: a. m. :
at least weevils
another have
shown up yet. to steer?
chapter unanimously voted to receive month. (Daily except Sunday) I easy

her. None of our farmers are defending Seminole The citrus meetings No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrivesat

The afternoon passed happily with on berries alone, beans, cucumbers, held this week at Longwood and Ovie- Starke 3:15: p. m. A

sewing and social conversation and onions, squash and cabbage have beenon do were attended by a very Interested (Dally except Sunday)
when the all decided ,,4
cume the move for the group of real No. 7.
past six weeks, grove owners Jacksonville to St. Peters
"the end of
that It was n perfect "
day." The chapter members attend bringing Small satisfactory prices. Oil, :MKCA: OH MICA burg (Orange Blossom Special) due nswer : Because of Buiclc's
at Starke
shipments of 2:16
corn were : p. m.
ing were: Mrs J. M. Brownlve, Mrs. made lust week and by next week After' Jessie No. 103 wonderful steering mechanism. It is the most
J. M. Mitchell, Miss Olive Hay: Mrs. will he we went to a fashionable Jacksonville to West Palm

L. A. Davis, Mrs. O. L. f leas Icy, :Miss shipping by the carload. TheprOAIIt't.t. boarding I school she began signing I Beach arrives at Starke 10:15: a. m., installed
.. now motor
Amelia Ray, Mrs. A. Z.ttdliins, Mrs are good for a her letters with the newly adopted stops for passengers for points be. 1 expensive type on any

O. L. Haynex. Mrs. W. H 1 Davis, Mrs.S. crop.planted Hundreds in this of acre of. "humper// name of "Jessica." Brother Tom replied -I I tween Coleman and West Palm Beach '! car-and worth the difference because it !

L. rutkIrs.! Gi-orttit C. White, :Moore's vldnlt) \ to her as follows: I i No. 104 West Palm Beach to Jacksonville |

and Mrs. W. L. Wall. farm mentioned aho\ \Dear Jessica:-Dadica and :Momica I I arrives at Starke 6:17: p. m., I add to Buick performance still another pointof

--- .--- bnly one te have been able to visit I have gone to visit Aunt Lizxica. I stops for Jacksonville and beyond

e LAWTKY: we End about 2'> acres of as fine I Uncle Samica is talking about buyinga passengers. I' superiority.

looking corn a< we have ever neon new machinica, but he doesn't
Lawtey, June 6.-Rev. E. D Boyer, and In one patch of neve nil know whether T. J. GRIFFIN .
acres, we to buy a Fordlca a
of Baldwin: was visitor. ,' here MonI found hundreds or Agent. [
a of stalks with seven I ('he\'ica. The old cowica had a caUica.

day. ears forming on each' stalk I was going to call it Nellica but I Habitual Constipation Cured .

I Mr. and Mrs. W. Compton and children We have had a wonderful season. so changed it to Jlmmica because it wasa I I.. 14 to 21 Days I

of Jacksonville, were truest far and the growers are happy bullica. Your loving brother, Tom-i i "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY

$'IntII"- "f J.I D. Rowe, iliff. Comp- I ica.-Exchange.B ;prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxatlve(or Habitua! |

f n'.- '! ,.th.'"-. Live Onk tiwnnnee county's Constipation.; It rolitvcs promptly and J. M. Smith, Manager.

t E. S. Mi"ln.ws, unJ a i i I. i.r turke, l riirht I It .i r' .t o .1 ilt 1. 'Ihl< ,...,.1 ishnell"'::: Work:;; well under' on''II should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Baker Bradford Columbia
? I "on pi -, "Iial'' way to induce' regular' action It Stimulates and Union Counties
were visitors to I Lnw: 'e'' .">nI.I\' ,1"t! : f-unitcr. county's SIJ.\OWO i! \ < > highway I : and ._ .
Regulate. Very Pleasant .
to 60c
1 Sirs J. W. .\ndrew ", Jr., t of :' inko, Jl I "r"J'", t. per I bottle./ When better automobiles are built. Buick will build them

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,, RRTAIN? YOUR Tutt's Pills rl-OOO.tlO.i holt 1 ,It ll..lh wood-bythe-:1,: kM"nvi1\eBuillil1t\ permits- issued -

8ea.I .
dining April totaled |

Ries i of JLocalliii'ormuiioii C{ Th.flnt dooM ulonkKci the invalid Pablo Beach-$300,000 M bond issue j
La Kits Girdles the
Reducing art alvlnu Immediate rvllrf. rctiiutatinff; ttowel. o bu voted upon for waterworks, fn
fashionable E.ienfil! to nuth- I
vojuo. .
and dluvrtivu organ.,hob I
ful, boyish i figure. M-l.c it tanv to and street paving.
retain jour slender yo"hful; Iv.m.
I Beautiful new. model. :Made, of he GOOD DIGESTIONman's
cJ\2.;\ Concerning Our People, Business and finest "tin rubber. int..teed.! Flesh West Palm Beach-Plans underway |,

Pro gres of the County and Town. I' color. Front ""'1'. Kfiuil; price V>"5. Missionary Union Training for extension of water mams/ .it .
Schuol-Mrs. J. J. Bullen. coat of .
.." $600,000.Eustls
Agents' .pecfulprice V;0 > ):) cusli (Juao.I I
I City limited Order today Sp.vif; >' untvtnetej 1'111'1"I.-How Bill Things are Done, '
wiiit and hip messurvtrrmt. -Mrs. J. Brownlee, Shipments of oranges, FUll HF.\T: I'wo-tory houso near

Closing Hymn No. 07. tangerines and grapefruit from city j I depot.I $IO.UO. D. i::. Knight tf ',
WEATHER REPORT Tho I household! Spcciattk Co. Dismissal, during past four and half months'totaled Y
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- prayer.
1 graph office. S3 West Market Street Akron, Ohio 141,100 boxes. FOR .SALE: Four acres with eight
Weather Report for 0 ..
ending :i ..I i -- STAKKE GROWERS; TO PICNIC: Fort room ho list' and furmUno $1,000
June 8, 1925. club house. Tl.is will Pierce-Construction work ....
i Mr. 0 be Flower MIs- cash )1'' A. I. McArthur. It*
Date Max, lIUn I and Mrs. John McKinley, !Miss during past four months greatest in
Susie McKinley and Mrs. Cheese- I!I sion Day and the program will bo in Starke Growers: Association will j ]history of city
Degrees Degrees brough, all of Jacksonville, i|I charge of Mrs. R. F. Clark. All mcm- hold Farmers Basket Picnic at I FOR UKNT: -Magnolia Lod o, Kings-

roIay 28 77 67 guests of Mrs. Anna Murrhoe.were recent -|I, hers requested to bring flowers, ,[ Kelly school, Stnrke nnd Lake Butler Dradenton-Flrat Methodist church Ivy lake, during month of Juno. ,

May 20 83 70 I I> fruit, or delicacies for the sick, and I road, on Friday Juno 12th I congregation breaks ground for Mrs. ,I. :\1. AUarez, Stnrke. 5.5-tf.
JIay 80 87 06 I same will he distributed after the The following will be <$10,000 t
!Mrs E. F. I program
Pomeroy of Jacksonville
May 31 01 66 meeting. FOlI.E OR TliAUE-For: Starke
June 1 01 66 and Miss Alice Tharin, of Madl.on i rendered: Avon Park-New U) land
towimitu property acios good dry
I I Picnic committee will bo on therounds I comprising .
June 2 90 6J will come Monday to visit Mrs. 480 2 hard it
acres to be developed l near romls miles West of
I J. M. Mitchell. I Among the former D. II. S. g at 0 a. m. I
June 8 87 62 I students Jacksonville. I'1'
of Address
Rainfall for week .61 Inches. I _*____ ,,- 1[ who will be graduated this I 0', Mr. (!L M. Inmnn will speak at 11, west city.ClearwaterModern i P. O. Box
lol :Stnrke' Flu. It*
| W. J. Epperson, Jr., wh-.Is': cm- | month are Miss Margaret Livingston, I Subject l : If n man buys a farm "asta" drug manufacturing I

Miss Florence Matthews spent. ployed by the S. A. L. railway' spent I j Hillsboro High School, Tampa; I I will it go if he gives it the "gas.' plant to bo constructed in FOR SAI.K OR TRADE:-One new

Monday In Jack.enville. I the week-end with his parents, Mr. I Ii |Laurie Tomlmson, Lake Wales High Uaskits opened at 12. this city. 'I Gear" Hurt Knittini Machine. Cost
Mr. I J.. M. Rhodes Commissionerof
and Airs W. J. Epperson. Scho I; Miss Madge Middleton, L. I. $;;O.tIO" P. O. Box I 11:; Stnrko, Fin '
Miss pearla Whitten, of Raiford, i I i I II Florida State College for Women; Florida State M..rkoting Bureau, St. Augustine Anastasia. Park, I] H.

was a visitor to Starke Monday.J. The cottage at Klngsley lake built John Gary Ennis and John Kirby will spc-ak' at 2 p. m. new subdivision on Annstasiu 1M' j I I
Mr. Brown, Dairy Department. of land l l, to be paved. ; ATTENTION
I by S. L. Peek and G. C. White is nearing Langford' College of Engineering, ,. I l.ADIKS-Have your
Maurice Gerald State Umwrsity, of Florida and Mr. | i' hair switches made by Mrs J. T
W. Andrews, Jr., spent Friday completion, and when furnished i Langford, Teachers'ColleA'e I o Inverness-$150,000 wing to bedded
of the : Mehrhnf, Poultry Department of), Ilowze, 100H North Virginia St.,
. in Jaoksonv'Qe attending to business. will be one of the most comfortable ; University of Florida; a to Orange hotel.
I cottages on the lake. | Clarence E. Ware Law, Stetson; University University of Florida will follow, ', !- Gainesville, Fla. 5-15-tf

Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Tuesday t' ________ ___ i II ; Q11sx Ruth Poppell, Plant speaking, on their respective subjects. Lakeland Contracts awarded for
i ii
in Jacksonville i Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mainon, of High[ School; Miss Mona Alder Be sure to be with us and show construction of twenty-five new POISON I BEWARE I-Cotton and

|1 Butler, and :Mrs. W. E. Inl"ht Lakem, of.. { an, A. D., of the Florida State College your community .spirit and get acquainted. dwellings. and Tobacco Growers; Take Heed, :
We help to market both thesa
Col A. Z. Adkins spent several Dunnell, were guests last week of Mr. j l for Women.ciiriicn. you j
this week in Tallahassee. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mrs. Bring! well filled basket! We lire Arcadia-Electric light and ice crops and, also can gut you In ,
going to have an old fashioned basket plant to be installed in Riverside touch/ with the best sources for obtaining -
picnic I Place district. : this cheapest of Crop Insurance
Mrs. D. E. Knight, llollis and Paul S. T. Dell, of Gainesville, and
Reserve the date, June 12
Friday against bugs. Write
Bible school at 10 Communionand us.
i a. m.
Mrs. J. L. Medlin
Knight; spent Wednesday in Jackson treasurer of the I GainesvilleCivic Improvements :!
or Shine. NOYES &: CO Valdosta
preaching at 11
I Florida division, U. D. C., of Jacksonville a. m. Subject:
ville. calling for expenditure of $100,000(
J. I.. UNDERHILL, Georgia. B-22-41.
"Look We for Another. Text Matt. *
i spent Monday with Mrs. J. 1I M. 11::2-3. Chairman Picnic committee. planned for immediate future. I I

Mr. and Mrs. Perry Johns, of Pom- ''I Brownlce. WANTED Listings largo tract
pano, have been here visiting rela I I I As a token of respect for Dr. Bul- ('Ol'STJUIil'S: COURT Dude City-First solid carload. of j''I acreage paying ten percent broker-
tives. Mrs.. S. E. Drownleo and little the minister called in the Sunday beans ever shipped out of this city, 1 ago from owners. Glvo prices,

1 1 granddaughter, Martha Brownlec,' evening worship as to attend the John Oliver, Charley 1 Floyd and shipped by local roan I terms. locations:, binders required,
'went to Palatka Saturday to visit farewell service at the Baptist church. Janu'H Huff, charged with gambling; W. A. lIe
Mrs. It. M. Snyder from Orlando, o at etc. >n rix, General doltv-
l I the home of Judge and Airs A. V. ST. I plead guilty. Each; received a fine of Winter Park Preliminary work ;i Miami Fin. 5-22-41 \
where she was the guest of Mrs. C.I{ !Long. MARK'S CHURCH l- $1 and rests, or !:10 days under way for street paving anti Installation cry j

L. Hodges. I 1 Tho service for Trinity Sunday II EVAMJKI; -;-,isTic: iu<7/ >-'riiKiiioni: ( > of storm-sowers. FOR SALE Opportunity to buy a !
Mr. and Mrs. W I paying/ farm and pecan grove. 165
C. L. Hodges, of Orlando, spent L. Edwards, of will be at 11 a. m. Dtindoe Contract awarded nt'
Sunday here with friends and rela- Jacksonville, Miss Mable Edwards, of We emphasize at this time the The Rapt'ist Brotherhood of the New j $108,253 for paving number of'' acres, :2! miles from :Starke' on graded n,

Uves. I Gainesville, LeRoy Roan, of Tampa, Persons of the Godhead as we say in |' River Association was ably represented I streets and laying sidewalks. :, rood; GO acres in cultivation, 15 '

II i I spent the week-end at Kingsley Lake, the catechism God! the Father who I at tho 1'ifth Sunday meeting at I acres in trees; pecans 250, 10i) "

Miss' Carrie Uglow has returned i occupying the Adkins cottage hath made me and all the world; God i l, the New Rier! hutch by Mr. G. W. Frostproof-Citrus fruit shipments bearing; 70 sand pours, 100\

visit Jacksonville I' the Son who hath redeemed me and Alderman who spoke on the work of already total! 488,000( boxes; season's'' peaches, plums, oranges, persimmons I
after in
home /
a I I :Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and all mankind; God the Holy Ghost'I the Brotht>rho< d. There were a number yield, estimated at 1700) earn I figs, two varieties of p
: R. McDowell.
with her sister Mm. L. I
J I II children, Mr. and !Mrs. McBride Warren who sanctifleth me and all the people I| of other, ineiubLia of the organization grapes, and other fruit trees; tone
and children, Miss Male Blocker, of God. present at the service Winter Park-:Masonic temple to chickens, 25 hogs, I 11 head I cattle, +
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele all of Jacksonville be erected at corner of Comstock and horse, one muloeiuippod with
spent the week- Most Christians are Trinitarians I Next Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m. the ; |

graph office. end at Kingsley Lake and Unitarians are looked upon as Evangelistic Brotherhood will hold Chapman--.-avenues-. _.. ,, necessary farming Implements;

having doubtful orthodoxy. There is I services at Corinth church and the The house committee appointed Good buildings and out buildings, '

Miss Ethel Griffin spent Tuesdayn Messrs.. N. B. Hull and Charles R. needed definiteness in the essentials i I :some time ago to investigate charges | Apply to owner. Goo. A. Gardiner, ,
> Jacksonville with her aunt, Mrs.. Stearns. of New returned of the Christian -! | i HUarke Fin. ll-ft-tf.
Jersey faith. !Many of the : i I''of drunkness and, misconduct on the '
W. J. Griffin. Tuesday after a week of motoring differences of belief are founded on I Wiggins, chairman, J. E. Norman, I IV. | part of students and professors at

Leo Witkovskl, of Jacksonville' in Miami and other points of interest [ non-esxeutlula. As knowledge, increases \ W. Morgnn, W. J. Epperson with the University of Florida, reported HEED PEANUTSN.

week-end guest of his cousin, ,on the East Coast. interpretations change, but John Powell as song leader. I I today without recommen
was Eugene a Matthews, Jr I not the cardinals tiuth.s. The apostles' I It is the aim of the Evangelistic I committee, which was headed by Representative outs $1.00 per bushel (Four cents i

I Contracts for deeds, chattel mort- creed is the epitome of the teachings I[ Brotherhood' to help keep the doors of Dow, of Pnsco, suggested per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.

j!| gage blanks, option contracts warranty of the Scripture It contains mere |'part' time churches open and other-' that the entire matter bo referred to II. T. HALL COMPANY.
j jcupying
J. F. Kickllter and family are oc- i deeds, retain title notes, turpentine statements nf belief and people may j', wise assist the pastors in Kingdom ,the state department of education. 1-9-tf. Lowell, }'I.... i
their at Kingsley
cottage '1 f
leases, etc., for sale at tho have their own private interpretations work. I I._
lake. ____._____ ___ _
Telegraph office. of these statements. .
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ltd into the Simmons bungalow on Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green, of S ) REVIEW 1 ]

West Madison street. Jacksonville, motored here Sundayand Tho subject, of Rev. C. F. Starne' J. R. DAVIS i & CO.

I were guests of Mrs. Green'II"daughters dfscouisc" last Sunday morning was 0. a . a ,,.

Mrs. May Jones, who has been visiting Mrs. F. L. Turner and 'Optimism," his text being "All I' --- Pleas.I I' II

her sister' Mrs. W. E. Middleton, I Mrs. Mamie Garris. II I things work together for good to. Tampa Krcios Potns"ium INSURANCE R "

has returned to her home in Stuart. \ I them: that love the Lord" and also, | 'photo Company to construct 111! OO/l1I1I/ ( )

I Miss Etta Tison, Billy Powell and i I "Let not your hearts be troubled" 'plant on estnry site I I

Mr. and Mrs. Will Blnkely, of Sarasota L. C. Powell returned home' Sunday j ;In the evening he preached an inspiring Dado City-Bank deposits j AGENCY ESTABLISHED 1886 '

are !guests of her parents, Mr. ,,h afternoon from Tarboro, S. C., where I sermon un the subject "![epos"Next |I million dollar mark, 25 per cat gain puss ,
and Mrs. W. W. Dais,ien. they went to attend the funeral of Sunday morning there will j' last
I Miss Tlson's brother, Mr. R. R. Tison. I I will bo Sunday school at the usual | over year. I STARKE, FLA.

!Mr. and Mrs Edward Burns, Mr. --- I hour, 10 a. nt.Preaching I I Fort Pierce ..: Preliminary;:;; work |

and Mrs. J. C. Hoover arc at Kings-1 Mr. and Mrs. B. Feinberg, of, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. i I''started on construction of $50,000)

ley lake occupying the Burns cottage. I| Gainesville and Lake Wales, Mr. and Prayer meeting Wednesday evening :Hr-t Methodist church. ,p -- -/
i !Mrs. Leibowitz, of Gainesville, were I at eight o'clock. I .

Mrs. L. M. DeSlm!'! of Wildwood,I|> |guests Thursday of Mr. and :Mrs. N. "And the Spirit and the bride' say, | I.Rkolnlld-PIRnll and specifications
with, Sternberg. I Come. And let him that heareth say. '!i 'completed fur construction of ten- ,
has returned home after a visit
4 Come. And let him I story office building.
that is
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. athirxt Iome. i I I
Struth, Sr. wm'l Judge and Mrs. A. S. Stricklandand c: And whosoever will, let him I Increase of 506-;cars; in Florida's ,
daughter, Ella Mae Misses Johnnie t take; of the water of life freely" 1025; i. I r
celery shipments over 1024, estimated ,
Rhlmcs and
G. W. Alderman and Dr. J. J. Catherine Epperson l-KESliYTEKIAN; : by U. S. Department of Agriculture
;!i were guests Sunday: of Mr. and Mrs. "
len motored to New River Sunday to of Economic
j W. J. Epperson.
attend the Union meeting of the New j Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prepara
Association. tion.,for Children's Cll'arwutl'rVol'k started on $3,-
River Baptist I ; Day will follow.Preaching .
Senator D. E. Knight will arrive I -
at 11 u. m.
home tonight (Friday) from Tallahassee I
Curtis Clark and family have Junior Endeavor Society meets at fr ,
ed back to Starke from IIasti mov-I where he has spent the pat 7 r p. m., and will arrange for picnic atKeystone ,,
tux months attending the State I
and occupying cottage Height
are a : Legislature.Mr. I
Pratt street. We will probably attend the farewell .

.service at Baptist church Sunday ,
and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. t
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- evening. Temperance meeting t
W. E. Middleton, Misses\ Hazel !\lIddlet.m Balloonshave r
graph office. postponed one week. Kelly
and Aileen Alvarez will go to I

Tallahassee next week to attend the ['lmmC.UI'r BAPTIST CHURCH (
Mrs. Frances Butler, who has win-
commencement of the Florida State I
tered in Starke at the home of Mr. College for Women. Last Sunday morning, in the

and Mrs. John Uglow, left Mondayfor sence of the pastor, the Woman's ab-I' it to i Ups and Downs #
her home North Branch, Mich.
in The Children of the Confederacy Missionary Society had charge of the ,

will meet next !Saturday'! afternoon morning service at the Baptist '

Mrs. W E, Martin, one of the tour o'clock at the home of !Mrs. L.I I church, with :Mrs. F" A. Scott as

pioneer homesteaders of Pedlands, Is A. Davis. :Mrs.[ J. M. Mitchell, { leader.'< Below in the interesting program j KKLLV Balloon Tires!' inn,

visiting her sister, Mrs. N. B. Hullon tor, and Mrs. O. L. Beasley : hate; the new flexible nonskid Everyone's life has its "ups" and "downi."

Walnut street. All members urged to be dlrec-1 Hymn No. Congregation.. Kelly t tread t that is" adding -
Scripture reading and prayer- / to the Kelly reputationfor Sickness, loss of position, industrial and I

Mrs L. E. Miner of New Smyrna, Former Starke boys who are M, rs. W. J. Epperson. mileage/ comfort and financial depression, may cause you
and :Miss Eva Powell, of Cocoa, were Hymn No. 65Congregation.Announcements. security.
bers of the 1925) graduating class of I I trouble
here last week with relatives. i some day.
,the University of Florida are John
For the !bead in thU tire is I "
Gary Ennis and John Kirby Lang- Offering. into the cords I
:Mr. and :Mrs. Johnson and children, ford, College of Engineering and Anthem-Sowing the Seed,-Choir. looped right I Prepare for these "downs" by saving part
of tire fabric itself
:Mn.! Van Horn and children, of Maurice Gerald Langford Teachers' Subject for the day, Southern epochal achievement! in ,tire an I of your earnings and banking them here

Jacksonville, were Sunday guests ofMr I College |I Baptist Theological Seminary-Mr! rV
and Mrs. R. A. Newsom. F A. Scott.PaperThe. making, as we can prove to I at intrest. I
>ou if ou'll drop in the
Misses Doris, Mary and Marjorie Seminary, Past Present -
next are near our :
R. F. Clark has purchased the U. D. Averitt, Jr. of Jacksonville, came and f'utur-MrM. J. to'. Kickliter. you 1

:Miner! property in the eastern part Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. Reading-History in Song-Mrs, garage.KELLY
of town and last week !Mr. Clark and i., G. Powell. I
and Mrs. II. A. Bishop The above
An Account
family moved into their new home. party will accompany Mrs. Bishop I I Some Outstanding Features of. Open Today

and children to Keystone Heights for I Our Seminary,-Royal AmbassadorBoys. I[

a weekend visit. J
Albert II. Freeman, M. D. Anthem-Tis Done for Thee,- I

Announces the removal of his Mr. Anna Murrhee spent the week. I' Choir.:
Paper What the Balloon Tires J
office from end at New River with her brother, Seminary Stand. BANK OF STARKEThe
For,-Mrs (;. ( White.
Wile Kelly. Mrs. Murrhee was accompanied -
St. James lildg. Jar Ila. > Ropution; of the Seminary to Wo-
home by Miss Sara Kelly
to and they left Wednesday for Plant Fireproof Garage i j Bank of Helpful Service

Holder( Did?, Ocala, Fla. City where the>' are guests of Mr.

Disease of the Eye. Ear, 30 minute with.

Nose and Throat. It The \\". C. T. t' will nicer next Parasitilde t for !iO cents i

I ik Tue-da1. /aft. moon it 3:3'1.: at the Sold h). :Mitchell's Drug .store. i



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FARMERS AN1J TRUCKERS: : ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE N.:' of NEi':( N of R. R. ___16.NE' 20 11 O. W. Sapp ....____.._.._._._.___ 1.la In Woodl.wn _...______..111 5 la 135 W. P. Do"utrh ____....._.___....__ 4127L
of BWli( ______________1C : 10 40 Samuel W. Brown ......_........... 18.79 In Woodlawn.20 a II 40 Beatrice M. GII"'rt" _..___..._______ 12.38
OK FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND I Ship;' of EVi.NWi \ -_-._-22 B 20 40 Johnson Kelley .................. 11.87 Lot 12 3L41 or tot 84 In

TO HE ni&r! SUITED 10 out CO LINTY I ractlonallilok' of NE 1 A New N'a ufNW'/River 'InFo 23 6 20 130 H. T. 1'amoll ...__.....____......_ 87.49 Woodlawn. .-In--Woollawn.20--;;------- : :: u Jeff Mrs. H.Laers bowling A. Bleeell-- .::===::::: 12.80W' 8.73Lot. :

f NEV' of Sea 23 and '! of : ':, of NWI': ofNE'
t< ,\ _Wj of NW\4\ ot aes 34 tp B : E's, of ofNW'
a : 01 SE ofNWL4
BAKER t.ou"iJoYJ': I I IC181li: \\ ) LUTKKS A -I : R. 20 cant .._____.._____.___...__..__ Wm. Mabery\ ..-v.----.-..?-..-- 7.82 ELI E''y 01 NW of
LoU' 1-3 of hlk 1* In New Riv. ':' or NW'NE 0'
\\IUIiS: tONLKKMNdVEEVILS; : JEAK CUTS: ; 1'ltODUCTION: I er In B :''j of NE-!, of Sea 28, NE'NE'i,. ur 8W14 __-__._..... a a2.0 D. B. Brolas .._...__..._..__ 81.80
i I COSTS IN IIOU BUSINESS: A w''. of NWH of Sea 24 NW'A NEt fI'NE'4 ofNt4
Bradford County Telegraph I ,i I Lur1,6s ft It 20, eiut __.._-. H. T. I'amell _...__...___.__..__._ 1.97 or NE'4 or 81'4: a 504o
I 'I of Hlk 16 In New------------River 8''. or 1'IE 01 FE4: ...21 a II t10.. R. Sapp .___..._?.._....______ aO.83
Stark Fla. ( Dy Spuds Johnson) of NE'' 28,
| Wo, of 1 vtf8.: Com .1 NW oar 0' 8W\4\ 01I
In recent i" of the Progressive The man who makes two blades of A NW 0 24Tp I NE'v E 681.0 eJ4 San
a I HUK : 41 It i9 ..>t __n.n._....____.._._. JatM Uatthaw. ...____._........ s.oe ode, W run .3 yd N 60
L f Farmer 1 read an article, 'Ruless grass grow where only one grew be- J.ul 1 or Itlk al In New lily.I n1to bon,53_-- __--- -..--22 II 12 10 Unknown _.____..._...-.-.... lU3S
for Fighting Boll .VVcovllH." In this fore has received a lot of praise. Tho''I er In E H NE41" "of Sw IiTI' iEV4: of
See \\\z'\ ..r'ii y4 ._._. ...__..92 a n 80 T. L. W.lnwrlaht .___.._... __...-. .10..3N1'.1
4 article ,it guys "Begin dusting when II man who makes two pigs grow where II It R 20 attf _____.___....__...__._ UnknoWII .......____._......._ 1.91 :' or SF.v, except E 10 a _U II Ii 10 Iaaae r.mbel: __._.__.____....____ 2021NEV
10 per cent of 'the squares have been I only one grew before should also receive All Itlke U.38.111-311.19.411.41. "r 8W1 ___._____.__22 I U 40 J. 8. Mnthl. .. ._...__....._.._._.____ a3.ll.pu

r ,y' punctured: and this may occur in :' some praise it seems to mo. 42 in' or Now see River 23. .In Woe ESp! ofNE'1 of W''. coy SW1. ._.except_...___to...-....6-- 13 'fO C. R. S.pp ____.__.._..__..____.__ 27.10WIe
; late June or not until sometime in i Whether he receives praise or not, NW 14 0 .N 24LD58R80 or or 8WyW or
c Ir I the who : : .. _.__.______ W. M, Uncia_ ........__._......___.10.90 6 NE'WI1I. 01 SW'IIEI4' .22 13 11.! ..._..?__.____
( ,, August: man raises two litters of All RIb n-4 .1I0-1- 2.U..8. I 975. 01 N"r' NSJ%. 1off NF428 IS U 15 H.eP. Brownh-es____._.__..__.__..: 1704IN
7 Our experience here in North pigs a year is very much more likelyto 61-U In New River In E% 0'NFI' 4 a 01 aW\4\ 01 NEVI 01 .

Florida baa been that when we wait- receive profit, and that is what he '. 01 aw. 13. WI4j ofNW' 23 a II 4 J. H. LoWIIt7 ...___._.-._--.___._.. 4.09
24 6 20
xce tp
76 ft of lot 8 of 'Bll T In
ei"| that late to begin treating that we in mainly interested in. I set _.._........_ :...._____.__._._._ w. r.1. Hmlyw ..._.._?____.._._._.. 9,68NW' I town 01 Lnwl..y W .1 Ry 28 a 22 W. L. O.'t..t ..._._....._._..___ 1.81
got only minimum results from treat- ; We have to keep brood sows and I", or SW4} ..____.____._.24 6 10 40 M.. W. H. Purcell' __...___._....__ 12.1t Com 1\2 It W 01 NE: err 01

Ing. We have tried the different! < feed them anyhow, even though they I N1 of car 8W4 for, school except,; _1.___.__InNW .27 I 20 30 Wallow. Neeld .._____.___...____._ la.OD W lot 30 4DIk4&runS rt N 100 ft E so 100 It nn It

methods and at different dates but do produce just one litter of pigs a S' or e'y, or lot 11 _. ___..__80 20 ao f. W. Plnholelar ______...__..__ '..UWI.'l bra In town 01 L.wte W

that ( o[ I lot 1 A SEU4 of 814 of Ry .___.__..___.______23 II II W. H. Edwards. .......__.......___ 18.!!
the method We get maximum year. Since they might just as well I ; __.-_-----.--_---.--U 6 10 10 f. W. Pinhoi.t.r, Ir. _m__.'___,__ la.Dt W'' .r tale
re'l 11E
lab ft 01
suits from Is as follows: | be made to produce two litters one S'' i of lot 9 NWeor I

1. Begin about June let, to Juno in the spring and one in the full, it \I.: nr A 514' :n:1111r.01 NW. ,: !...U I 10 110 J. E. Clemmone .._____.._...__.____ 40.17 lot Lawtry 5 of%V nik 1 r4 fly In ._town.__. .__of_23 a II L. A. Mere _..._... ._......___...__ 14.23

5th, and Htrlp all 'Iuures| olr the would seem to be the part of wisdom I nr : NW'1 Nwut & Fit I IWt.11 toe. : v: of kR:' 1 In._.town.-.2a II II Otn. Mam: Lou Es"rard, .__.._____ 7.91All
___ ..3384 II ao n f. W. Plahoishr IIr. .._.._._._.___ lG.25
,plants, being careful to leave none on fur us to raise two litters rather than 9Eof4iSWV- __.-_-_-___ II ao laO Wilson Teenier Ferns; Co _..__ 49,80of Bik \\y: I In town. of Lawkp I. W. Darby _._____..__.....___... 20.3Hf
W or ._.... ..._......23 II 12
the lanta. Use bag with drawstrings eSE4' IIWII ._ ___._____14 1 10 40 Charles Brown ._________...______ 11.,0v't Blk 1 in tow-
one.It W'y sw'i NEV of 'tv'1111231Ry --23 Abbl. 8. IIarltl (U.2. _...___..... 11.01
to those in so that no a to have slightly 12
i put squares : necessary only a .__:._.......__..81 8 .0 120 8.luata Btorrleka ____..___________ 87,76N'y w I
weevil thut i 114 taught can escapo.lI j' larger investment fur two litters ( 01 NW'4 -----------------7 20 80 J. E. Clemnone! _____..._______._._ 24..0 Ih 'r Rlk 6 in town or Lewtey23 S U Abbl. S. Harley ..._...___.__.--.._ 10.81
.__ __._.. ._____ I.. W. Crosby .. .. 4a.08r..1
Then burn or seal all squares" In' than for one. )Housing facilities will r..ta 1.2 .n 7 1 eo 1110 ------ ------ ------ Ilot55ftN&Sby300(1Ea ( :
I '
order to kill adult weevils caught and have to be slightly larger, but the I & 11 N';except, "r I"t e la a I...__8E_____eor__ 7 1 10 1111 A. A. H.un ____.......__._______.. 81.13 1t21 W a rl or 1'1 hotel A 8by40ftHa lot except a

to kill the eggs that are deposited in question of housing huge in Florida NWI"', "r tW' __ -..n_-____ 11 10 40 A. .\. Ha..o _....____.___________. 18.66 W in SE: cor In
j I I let 12 .r ItIk I In W.rd "lly 8 1 ell Bloxh.m Wand ___.______._.d____ 1.08 town of Lawtey v: : ;" !_23 I 12 E. B. Wells ______.__.___....'_____. 3U
the squares is not a serious one at worst. A mini Lot 1 of Blk a In Ward CityS 1 20 L. W. Crosby ....________..____..__ 8.4S I.,,' n In town 0' Lewtey. E 01Hln
of calcium mum of housing is required and so Lot, 1.2.3.of 1011, 18 In fly 21 24
2. Get two pounds arsenate sew 25 28 tp 6S
Then the coat of houses for two litters is Wand City --____ .____n 8 1 .0. 11. P. G.lntl y ...___..__.._._.....__ 18.95 12 cwt --_- _______-_m_.._____._ Fannie Robinson _m. -...-__.-______ 2.31
each be treated.
for acre to lob of nik 30 In Lot ::1 In 0", .lIb "Iv In Eat
mix these two pounds of calcium not serious. Ward City -- .. ____..___ 8 7 .0 M.... Milloy aaln.y ____________.__. 13.S8 Lawny erase u as 1& tp
All Ulk 2& rserpt lot 1 In Ward 2 ::3 .. Wm. Annn ____ ..__... .____ U
farrowed in 00.
arsenate with one-half gallon of Pigs April and September City __ ___. _. ___ _______ 8 7 eo Bloxham WaN ...._..________.._. 8.09 ELI or 8WII. rswi4NEI. -------- -

water stftrinir' until a panto is male, and kept growing and fattening 1.,1 1 .r Rlk 29 In Ward City 8 7 .0 D. B. Sapp __.__.___..__.___._...__ 4.09 ____.. _-_ ___0024 I 21 I Tor... 01. Thed __._. __._______.___ 6 2Nl'
f then add gallon of will just about reach market size Corn .t NE .0. 01 J. A. Aba ':'; 01 NE'':' or NE": ._----24 8 21 10 III.ItI. Ii Wooden _____..._.______._ 751SW'
i one cane syrup .hntte rwi.lonee lot and run E: of N14 0' 8Etl'-!: ..211 I U 10 n. 0.,1. .__._.__.. ...._____..... 701tv' .
and stir thoroughly. in time to hit the two high periods. of 15 tL 8 240 II W 11 ft 1'1 210ft $E' of s NE', 26 I 21 a Wm. Thonu ______._ ________ 3.18
the hog market each April and to bow t:' E'Alo'or '/ 8 7 10 a. M. R.vlll _.....______._____...__ 18.111 8": :/ SWV4; of NLiV4 except --- ; ,
3. Make for each yoar-
a mop person 9514 of NE a SEVexcrpt j f. 4:10: It __.______ .____28 8 22 11 Rhocl. a foQu..n _....._..._..___ 1.81
that U to apply|> this mixture by usIng 1 September. Over a period of years lty rlght.nl.wnq _n 9 1 20 108 H. f'. O.lnoy __..._______...__...__ 18.83 R 6'. A ul N'. or NW1 orNWll

of sack other 'suitable'' hog prices are generally at their ., NF"I lOr NW', A W14 or ; __ _______________21 I U I J. G. Teohetone ..._._._.._______._. 1.H
a strip or NWV4 .__.._____..._...t0 7 10 120 H. I'. O.ln.y ___h__..__...._..____ 29.35 All NEi. 01 NE\o or 5W41 E
material six tn< eight inches wide. highest points In those two months. NW'.' ,r SW'\\i--j-I: : ; :g 40 1' Oalnoy 13.17 or Ky _____..______.____..2. 8 22 1 P. A. FI.her _..__....._.._.____..._ 13.52
Wrap this around slick (broom I Jt's wean the spring pigs nt eight NEt, ,sFt ,; ::: 34 : P.: Cain. :::::::::::::::::::::: 10.76: Com at 8W car or aw', ofSE'

handle) with three to four inches of I weeks of age and breed the sows w'Lot ;:,r.RwL--",- of--_NW'-1------.::::::U 7 7 i : C.H.: k Shaw Lewis .::::::::::::::::::::::: 21.70 18.86: "410' ,:' ,It"10 run a rat E or on beg eee then line

the end of again for a fall litter. Sows bred In SW' "r NW41 I & NWI4 0'aw' N 860 It EI 191 rt 8 1d0 f1

mop extending over ,, June should farrow in late September ..___ _____ _. .__.29 7 10 80 J. 8. Fo..yth 00____..____..___.___ 61.68 W IllS It 10 bog __._. ____ _28 5 22 8 J... W, Wllllanr ._......_....__.__ R.2.

frequently stick. Dip this and press mop in gently the into mixture the or curly October. NWi" ol Y\r-8wl.-U:: ; :::: ; :g 2a: J.tn 8.. r.o;,.rDo-wil.ii-:::::::::::::::: 57,65 16.20: W014 BEt 1r; sv- -''.,-or.__NW44.__.._..!26 I 22 I :J..1ItI.t. ."._m_..__..._.___ 4.

II "The buxinofis of farming" about S wi0' of.rW'wo; : NEV, of NP'1' : : : n A3 r. 2? Grlf ia. 6.41 '' or NY-V, or NWV ______11 I U 10 J. T. :Keddlah ________..._.___..._. lots
buds of the cotton, being sure to get | .--.-- _-_---_ l B Realer. __:::::::::::::::::::::: 24.28: NPI? :1 NWL': of N -.27 I 21 10 e. R. Sa"p m___._-.._..__________ 3.75
the mixture into the bud of each which we hear a great deal is dimply NW' or NE', .. Net, .r NEVof SP'i NWI., of 5EV ..

I taking advantage of every opportunity NE'4' '______ _____-._ _u I II 111 C. e. Cowart _______..____.._______ 88.50 \\oE', or Swtl of SE'4 ____11 121 U P. L. Dlnklne _....._...._.._.____. 10.63
__.. __ _
plant. { I .r NW'1 -- U II 111 40 A. J. Cowan---------------------- 111.80 of SHY of SEt'wt l :
The dusting Is just effective 01 the I such us this for increasing profits. SWI' of SE"', _______..._ _28 II II 40 Mn. J. E:. Sapp ._____..__.._._____ 12.81 8'1 ,E.:1: $fl ': SE' !
Sometimes cwt .r llFo'1 A 1" In BElI 8'i' or "r oil SSE"iof
whore suitable weather Is It Is the little things that 9W'41, 8E\4\
'A mopping" I count. nor 0' 1l1i4 or NW"I a 1 FEll of aw'' ,I15a3.27 5 1& U A. H. Harley nOli) ____.___.._...._ (2 62
had. Out where the dust requires In SW ear ul 8W" 0' 8'' of 9541 ; '
-------------------2, 6 II I' 41 J. W. Johnson __..____..____..__.__ 18.21 ;' w' of 8ilv.S ; p JES1.
t 4S-72! :! hours without rain, the mop requires r )IMJ( '.'I.llnICIIllil.US: : ; ANIF: I NE' or SW'6 I' 40 Dr. A. J. Johnson _______..__...... 12.31 .I 8W", of SE\t\ a .

only 18 houn. I i KKIM.AM'; : TllliAl' EACHK.lt SW'w' 'i.,.r l lir 1W.8Wl/1' ---30 of I 11 10 O. G. Green ____...._______.__..._.. '..41"F ,, III'.r 9E':' I .r SWV27 5 22 18 A. H. H..lfIII _...._._._..._.__.___. 40.89
; 'S'' .
NW' .r '
NWS aof N'
There ''u a grout dilrvienci> of opin- :' ________._____._80 II It 80 J. W. Nichols ____.___..___.._._____ 24.18 N.r RWl, or NWL7 I I 22 10 ]M. D.vll .._..__ ___.._._ 10.81
ion as to stripping' squares' but as Many home gardens contain beds NW'' .r NE'.I" __._____..___.88 I 21 40 AI... J. E. S.i'p ______n__...__.____ 12.31 SWl, or 8WI nr 8WII, ____.28 I II 10 Jr. R. Crawford..._.__.?._...._..__ 10.88

we all know the weevil will not ICO of paper" white or Chinese sacred 1'1 e.l..n S In..N w by of public NE'4: roed bound.& W'a'. N'..r' .III.r, ..r Swv NW'I' 01 01 NWl NWI.J..

a to the bud to eat if he can get squares iiuiL-JMsi, which have been allowed to To: hy branh ._.___..______38 II 11 I n. 8. Norman .___________._____... 1.01 I fI'l' or NE'4 or, aw01,

) to eat. So by stripping the squarest' grow undisturbed for several NwV. 01 NWI/" ___nn____ 1 121\ 40 E. W. WI of SW"-------
years. Metihuw.
Conway 19.37NE'
i t he will have to go to the bud to live After the flowering period for these of NFL. : ::::: 1 6 If fg Lern Gwalwine __::::::::::::::::: 8.19: Lot.lot 1.2 M &.N'4 Sth or 01 Tot lot 9 I and a aU all

until formed. By'' has W ,o "I Nwvof IIWII, ._ 00 1 II 21 t 0 1'01111" BaUey __..._.. ..____.____.. 9.88 Lt. 161118.31.6..516751110aO
more squntea: are passed, and the tops die down in '
F: "r SW14 01 BEI4 BE'A a 01 I....
having the poison applied. us soon us. Mayor June, they should be dug, allowed .r SE' .___.____...____ 1 8 11 60 III... 1II.lflflo E. Edwards. _______.____ 24..a Wo..I.wn. N'.1( _____ea.u_. _.._I"_211 II I n 150 W. P. Dnp u ___.__. ._.___ 1461
FE':' or SW'i, _____ .____ I II 11 40 J. J. _.._..__...__ ___..____ GIlbrt ?
t. -- Crosby 11.83 Lots 7.\0.48.(1\ In __ B.atrle. .
squares tire picked he will not fall to I I' to cure in the sun or partial Nwi ; "r SWl, __--.___00____ 8 I It 40 Meek.. Addison .--.-.-_ _.-. { .alk.at 'lot 22 .U Woodland late 21-21-11.29 I 21 40 M. ...._...?__.._ 12.31
get a dose of this mixture. shade for u day or two, then spread "". ..r 74W'n, \ 121\ aoA.....rr-.rmvr-, .-...=._____:__::.y_ af.a1NEV
From of or NEV, __..__ _-______12 6 210 Mn l'oIulflrl. m. Edwards _______._.. 18.11 : .4 In Wondl.wn ___._. R..tor
u atnndpoint control practically out in a sheltered place for a week or v -- --.20 I n 14S: C.m.ron .-.__..__.____..._ 4..85
in 1'1 ear of SW of
p. r )) all the weevils in the Nawl' : ) i I LO 21 & of lot 40 & WI'tof
+ are | more. When the tops are completly 8t4 of NWf, of Into 46.40 a all lot,,

rF fields by June 5th, therefore why dry and brittle they should be brokenoff I HE'NWI1. .'.r NWlNWI'o. __________._..ofNE' ._11 a 11 85 Elam L..... --_..____._____._.._. 15.51 ,I In Wooell.wn ---u.U 60.61 I U 4S II... Laura A. Sluell .__._.___..._ 11.5
I '
wait until II) per cent of the cottons close to the bulbs. The bulbs ', ..I "Wli' a. NWIof v I E'lawn J or Iota-------------------9 4R-40 In Wood. a 22 10 U. R. Crawford ..__._.._____..____ 3.3
is destroy" Start and j should. i4W' 1'1'. of 8W'4' 01 Lot. 6.11 oil N''
now save as then be "placed in flats or shallow 0' lot 2a In
__ _
,much of that 10 per cent UH possible. | boxes and stored in a well ventilated NFor'"WI. HE', .- N'u-' --01-- 851of a 11 110. Walter Underhill ------------- 81.10 Los Woodlawn -NS.__of____lot____14_.28 a 22 15 Jeff H. Dowllns .-....-._....____.. 16.65

There Is no need whatever of waiting shed throughout the summer.In I, SE'/--------It! II 11 .0 W.lter Underhill _.__._?__.__.. 11.83 I I a all lot. 26.80.4045.46.47.
S' .r NW', exe.pt 111. 'IncP
49-52- I. .
{ until late June or August to treat tho September or October the large : ear a ,rcept 18 a In NE _-._._____Wood.I..n _____10 I U 185 BeatWw M. Gilbert _._.__._._.____ 12.00
when all I' I coy __ -U 6 al 80 81m galley .... ... 22.27
cotton, the weevils are in well developed bulbs may be selectedand '00 --- ---- -- Lot S & W'4' a all
Wt4 of 9E' & of 01I
Wti NESS I t.l
lob M.
the field and, rapidly producing more. planted about six inches 9E' ._ _._____. 110 R. __ of lot 32
apart ; .21 II It R. a J. L. Ua.l..hlll ____._ ___ 11.111 In Woodlawn w. '
P. ... __
.__ _
ao I U Dot'Ollllh ____ _
S' The above method Is endorsed, bY" three inches deep in well prepared lot 2 nr II" "r NF\4:\ _.__U II 11 II M. J. 1I1.a. __..__._.._________ 20.18 Lot. 30.80 & W'i. ;of---lot;- ---:!-In- eo IUSI

1 th, F'lorllaoxperlment/ Station, and! garden soil. These will produce flowers lot 9 IIamn..n eeert,.t II City 20 It._0'___Dlk__.--laIn 4 1 11 John Ov.ntnat ...________.__.._ 0.89 I I loOt Woodlawn I In Woodtawn80.50 I 21 IS III.S. .H.. Loan A. ella.1I._. ._._._._...___ 660
: W or 801 II 23 10 Thomn ._._._...._..__. 3.41
Extension 1)1 vision of Florida. Of in 12 to 14 weeks. 4 a SWV4 01 Lo.. 4.6.II.II.I
1'11':1, __noooou__ I 1 It 4 Mallnds PrIln ._.______ 8.92 1 81.32.39 a -
course we have never demonstrated The smaller bulbs may be planted ', _____ 8 1 11 140 1:1. E.: llinakllt :F::.. ....:: 49.aO W'.1 "r 10U In
-- -- '
"': D..trl.
NNW 30 II US M. Olu..rt' ___...__.__
this method, in other states, and, can 'I closer together in rows to themselves. of SPVV, A-----rat rEnr I Lots: J.&n8i. -0I't'9'i--; i- 41.81

only say what we know that it will These will produce bulbs of floweringsize of 9Ela NEv: SS4.___of_.___._____of.12 1 11 80 H. A. P..ooU. ....._.._____.___ 2.IS .r a H'tnt'... 0'1\ lot& 28 all a lots all n.u-14 10' 24-

) do It in Is Florida.found to be economical j Gladioli by the following May.: NF01 NWl; or NWl NEV, ,A-__NWIof______... 1 21 10 U. II. Spencer ______..____.._._._. 11.70w' r.ol.28.43-46.51.64 33.31.35: : In WoodlawnSl I II 1211 III... Laura A. Bissell _.._._...___._ n.n
\ more may be treated in much the of,
I( NWI, a Dt4 "r BE11. I 82.83 In W..dl..n _._.._ 8 :So F. lIIorrl.lo" __._ _
to than to dust for It .r NWI a N 01 --81 22 110 _..__. ...__ 13.13
mop requires' ,, same way, says Major W. L. Floyd Imt. 37.46.63 a of
jF1 NW', 01 HW' __..__ _..__ 1 11 120 r. R. Jones ______._____._ 12.01'i iSE' lot 44
less _--- In Woodlnwn ,'I9j3) .___ R.
poison to mop and besides, one professor of horticulturo at the University I "r NF.l. __ _______.--17 1 t1 46 tilknown .---..--..-_..___ 13.21) Lore 31-45..3 E':'I. )or --91 I II sa U. Panneltir ((1'.1)) ____._... 19.U 1

1 doesn't have to buy a dusting gun or 1 of Florida College of Agriculture i I W'' or !OWl; .r IIF:1i: ...---90 1 21 10 11. 8. W.II.r ___._.___.._.____ 13.20': I In W'N>,II.wn 4.___ _.lot___44__81 I II II R. U. Pann.nter ________ n.n
i machine to apply the poison. The time at which they dio I a In NE err or SE'of aWL wry or lot 11 .. .11 lot 11 In 00
alsn hrg 54 yds W of
I would likp to have the above pub. i i illnhed down depends on the time of plant .or W U2.r swv II or IiIEV A run I F"rdll lot 17 -In'Woodewn-------'::::f 8 121 22 1: :f.' if: Parment.r Norman: .':::......:::::::::::: o 8.43 69

in your !paper, as it serves ing which is usually later than for I ode HO n1E IdJ Lot 10 W4 or lot 11 N)4
number yd. N HO yds, tn h..c ______20 1 11 16 S. J. Byrd ..__.._.___._..__.__.__. 0,00,03'I flI lot 23 In Wooell.wn ___.31 22 20 r.. n. 8'.rlln. ... .___ $
quite a of Florida farmers. narcissi. !Many small W''.. rf or -- -- ------ $
N&1o.24 J
corms will be NW\I; 7 11 10 L. B. Hall .__..._.__.___.__ s.n Lot 21 In Woodluwn 3a U 10 U. JL Parm.nter ._....__..______ II.H
.' It. f. WAI RO. i found about each old mother one at Sw': ; ';__-_ ._. .'-__ 1 It 180 J... Reynolds .____._._____._ 11.4S'' Leta .J -
6 II I I Sw' of EEL & 554of 11-1 M.19.20..22.23..! .28_211_
digging time. The best of these may NW'7 11 II 0>> J.S.: Dytd. .__.._.______._._.__ le.ae 30.SI.U.a5.aa.31.3a.3U..041.
An excellent furniture polish is i ininJu i be planted to E'0' "r "WI. of 8W\4"\ E 42.17.4446.44.4748.49.60.61

from equal parts of linseed oil corms for the !produce flowering I| .r 1W', __ ._.... _. _211 7 11 100 J... RttJonolda ._._._.______._ 52,43 112.51.61-

turpentine and on', following season. Corn NF''on, 8 line W Ilnr 01.r NW'4 rlyhtof 01. U In Wooell.wn --________82 II U 10 J. P. Mo.rlllon --_._.___._.....___164.83
vinegar. A little Hoth these groups of plants give .n Ry E'i' :'; a E' of W14' of
the rev a run 1'1 nn right.of :'; or ''
absorbs of
the dust
and at earlier
stronger uwre uniform flow WHO 100 ode In a .t 01 bec SE'' NliP: nr N\V't', 0' .
tho same time polishes the furnitureor ers by being dug stored and .10. nee W 1111 yd. N 12t ids 5514 _.__._ __ P.! L. .
replanted E --- --era I n .110 Crewe 00___..____._..____ 111.2\\
2r.is to .
wood work. It does not leave the each year. or, 9 on rl"hor.w.y.In. rltrh-Ol.w.,. BEt4 or NFL': "r SEL1 ------83 I U 10 tof... B. C. c_ ...__...._. .._..:: 8.18

surface sticky us do many of the prepared u__ ____ 121 y'1t h.." -___.______ .29 1 11 I J. e. Barry __.-_._.._______._ ?-.. 11.10 w.SW', of; 8W_ L.or NW'4__.__01. 6 It I M.... 17. C. Crews _.__
RE' or ----------- _._..._.__ 1.01
pollshei.Doc New Smyrna Expenditure of NWII .e.pt 1 a In E'' of Sw.- __.. ..SI I II 10 Milw Tompkins _..
57o,000 planned for new school Com NF':nn cor 1'1 for line church.r "W'4.___ .--29 01NF. 7 II 19 N. D. Jon.. __..?.._..______ ..__. 1'.10 NH SWLI% 01 8W'L'; of 8ELi NEi_.__..88 a 22 10 OfC>. Col.n __._..__._..._____._..__? 1701

Hlller It avs-: Whoever cannot building, construction of bridge and '. on W line 01 Ry rlahtof SW' ol..NW"o" of N5 1':1
cooperate have trail ray a run 9 on rlohtof ; or SWt4 a &::1.01
may to along. additional road work. NELf
woo 15 rl to a .nO of b.,.
th.nrr W 100 rt 8. 100 It S Lots SW'' t2: rnE\' :" lrf:'. ..:811 I n 10 Bank 01 wmleton _.__.._...._ 14.1.

Ion ft,. thrner N 10 .... In Iraeing' ; N' of NE'4' e'n a

Noll.* .la hori-hy ,wl"'.n that Iho followln NOT ICGdmribed. land. will Lot sw I t:of of I."Irl'n.; o rahsm-- -':::: 7 7 If It::: D.D.: A A.: Barry Bar. :::::::=:::==:: 18.40 5.65 NW'NEL. ,or..f NE'NW'' "01, aw"_ _____..65 2 5 6 n II It 10 J.Unktswn J. Strong 184

bo sold nl .nubile auction 1..1 0 ur II1k 3 In Graham20 T 11 J. H. 8urreney. _.....__..._____._... ft'O
on th. FIRST MONDAY IN JITIY 11IJ5 It bvlna the, nth day of sold month. before the .18 8W1. of .SEt! ______._____._ I II U 4)) 0. O. W. grown. 1183
CourthnlUd Door ill, Stark' In Urndfurd can ty, State' of Florida or .u much thereof EIF.'I''! ':.E'r;: & all' _.W16 of 7.4'I oaf 't.or 01 NY4' 6 II 11 M. F. Brown ___.. .. _,,..?::. I.U -
will ho ui t>ny the nntnunt due for tA". .,- a.t ; river ._ ___oo..19 4 III 110 w. I'. Clyde ..__....__ ._..__.___. 11.81 Itl':j. NWL SWm Wlo ofWSt4 -
=:.h"'i "1'po.lte Ih. same toiiether with the All __ .. .
awn of and -111 4 II 140 R. I. 111..k aCo.-____ ________ITI.32
advrrtblnv.DMeripllon E. W. HXVES. Tai 4 II 10 A. 1. Brno' ._.____
All 640 Black Co. f'01:} -- .._.___ 11.4'
-..---- .--- Cnllretor-- .ill _: .::- : :=:::::n : n 610 It t: Sleek : Co.: ::=:::::::::::::.176.89 176.89: .a $: JI.lIiWir'i a 0' ;01 .
rreept 85'1:' or B1!: __._-25 la .00 B. L. Black .. ____ BW4. 6
4 Co. __. ..... Swi . "
---- _
Sec. T. H. A.NW'1 Owner *T.iee C.... NFor All __NSLL_ __ __ wty_ __.__01_24 U .40 R. L. Rlack a Co. ----.----__.___-10191 W'aEVjofSWV&W. of" NE'; -..--RV.: 01-NW..)-1.0 21 1.. Fannie I:. Pattee __.__.......----- .'3.21

NFL, .a N'y or NWI4 .....11 4 29 .OO R. 1.. Black Co ....___.._.__ $4.64 .__ : _..-_-_ __to ]5.1:
of SE': E. ..
of II e 12 Canes .
R ; NIL All ..... ___ 00.1. 840 R. L. Rlaek __ ,8E" 00 8aO -- --___....__.____.109.17
4 III a Ca ___ ___._. ..173.89
I \ ,::15 0 1"to U J. Andrew. ._______ -- E ur NE' ._ .._ _. 6 a 22 80 F." J. Psttw ______._..__._. _
At.of4 NE- A .__...___.... S3.87 ill 'term SE': I .r BE', ____IT 4 U .00 R. L. BI"k a Ca ---..-..___._____138.64 N'' of SWi, .n J. A. .. __ 142'
t1, Via'--------- NI, W', nr RW' a aJlIi: ; ioi4---i' I u .0 .w..teln co.--...:= 2128
jiSWH of S 7 19 160 J. V. Bdwanla "...1r. "r IIW'. A W'" oe 82:14: .. NFtofrN6 of,
NBi, 'of NWH and fractional NF: ..r SE'4 'n.'.___, 25 4 211 344 R. r.. Bleak a 00 -.._____._______.146.85 : nfNWVsaWu 1 8 13 10 E. E.: Cents -----____._...____ 1.(5
NW of NWH -_------- S 7 19 60 W. Edwards U.82 AU __._ _______ ___29 4 II .40 R. L. Black C6. _.. Ewof9W'01
HBVi! of SEW .__ .n 1 l' 40 "Mi.. Florence Varnailore. ._?. 12.1 Elw .I NIiI4: I: 01 n14 ---- --.175.52 ':;; !' -6 220 Marls. .a OIl..tIt ___.._._ 17.49
NWH! of 8WH A W IY a ofv4 and. all WV4 01 vtLj I: 01 E1, 0' SJW'4 or N\V\o\ ._..__10 II U 80 E. rc:. Hin.kl1 ___u____.__.._.. :: 30.11V',4
*\ \ t **'; WfOaof river Black II: ', IIW',1' or IIZ\, _._11 a U 10 11. H. 8".r ______ ___" in /
SiS3 SH nf SWl'i .__.__13of 7 le 67 Steve H..u. .___..______._._.. .0..11 N14 : :. _::::::::_- :::::::: : n rg: ftLi.. Black" Co.Co.: :::::::::::::::::: :UJ Hof Ru: or Slil: of NW 44 .14 6 II 10 J. homer Llvtnpto" .w -==:: 3.88
NBI' of NEH: ._ ..__.13l 1 1* 10 A. O. CIeo..n 0.81 NLV .a NE': or 9ELI _,_00..33 4 U 180 R. L. 81..k .a Co. ..... -_.._______ f..f. of NE'a of NE'j .-. 17 6 U 20 LOUIS X.hr .__._u_..___.__ 20.14
4 l of M!', _14 10 III... FI..n.. Virttubn .:......::.28.58 E': "r NEL IIW' 01 NRt': 1.2-3-1-5 of Flonnes
..W\4\ of 1'1):11'1: \ of ri..r..._14 1 i.10: 10 Sore Hoes. ......____....._._..__ 0.23 1. IIV: or NWl, WI1NF. Ctnnvae ub div In N'4 __11 0 13 HO Unknown .__. ---.. 11161!
All of 8'., of SWH ._-____It 60 W. R Y.honua-. __._______.__. 1 _s4 660 Bleak .. Co. 11 a corn .1 NE ."r 01 NWKof -
AlT 8(2 of swig nfVKl or SBl', .. ._.._..33 B SO 20 M C. Eaul.non ..____.__._.._ 8.94 '. N..rh"l.\ .:'__.::::::::.14 1 n 40 :: t: Ortdi., ....:_::.,==-.139.64=:: 18.69: S 460 5W14 t t:0: W Jno ft eB
: N nf A ft ftNW'bf
fleloO road. A AW ul R. L. ..
a BIa.k
Nt7 ; E4 flEI4 I' 4 UM Ca _._. _.114." .
8WH! of NE'i A NWH of N''., or JIfW', ._ __. ___._..__11 4 1:1: 80 1C. L. Bleak a Co. _..._________ 2'.ao 91Y------------a__._ 1 13 11 J.II 1M --.-?-. ...-- 1189
41' 8CH: -_--_- _ .___. 1 1 SO toe W. M. Thomas ...-___.-.__...____.. 81.110 11''. or SR'1' of NWI.NIJ "Itr. :
'" NWU nf NEl, ft NE0' ..r ::0:1.' ..I 5W14 --___..__ & 4 12 40 N. T Rlteh .a a. r.1. 10m. ________ 11.2a N & itv of SWI ..zewe8aln8WeoraN514.

+; ..NW\\\ NEL4, A- Elj= of_ 9Bl': 1 1 SO 8} M. C. t4lulaue. _.._..___.___. ...41 NElj N'. nr NFL IIW', __n.. _______to 3 6{ 1:1: 40 R. E.L. Fatah Bleak Co. .________.___.. 11.8a .r SW14 a 8 a W 01 .publler"ed ,1

It A NWH of SEH A NH of I.t 't In W..dlswn; -'' ::::::: 6 :: rg ii",. Laura CiiiaWi--::=:::::::::: 26.00: In NWL4 0' $IEo\ a
.... 3.76 WI, 01 SWt fI' _.
\ of 8Ei 9EV4 -.17 8 It O. S.
SWH .pl 1 a In N' SW% SWtj I9 6 irnold 114 nrllln ___.__
8IB corner for .."....1 _..._.. as" IT* R. I. !If.nt" _.____._.._. 64.97 SRf t.r 5E'4 :1 NE'4.12 8 :: rg L.E.O'T.. Collins-_=_::::::::::::::::: 8.76: 4 I NEL4 01 P\Vll -------------4 6 U U Annie 1I,01da, .._- -- 12'31 69.19
\VH of NE': E': of river ..___ 2 120 23D >> J. P. owllo" ______.___ '.Ia of SW" of NW4S { 09 The. 3 Fcebt .:: : 7.01 Ell of NE'4 or 2W5:" -___ ._ !0 I t2 10 1'.10.. HenaI, _....-...._- its
NH 01( of sat of NWH' A Fey t'i: 19 in Woallawn ._::::::U 6 21 n 8. M Chuwbhlll ::::::::::::::::::: 3.75: N'F.,u .:ft84.\ a a off W :.; -
8WH A all swy of 8EV4 r..1 1In Womilawn ___U 5 U U Dr. E"wln 8. Foat.r .:.. NW44
8 of Mill branch _.. --.....It I tao .. I. eap9 ___.. n__ 81.8'So N'', lot 12 'In Woodlewn 6 5 demon. 1.15 \r-NW'---.Ptll lO a :u.u O.S.: OrltI .. 14.18
NWU of SB' A all EH.of Lot: 8; In Woodtswn ---_-.::U 6 n 30 fllv;. Philips :.::::::::::::=:::::: !7.01.42 NWL, ; lot In
Nramw120wrft _
__ _.. _
SKlt: W of public road A dl0w6 Nt. "I lot4 In W..diswn! .. 18 6 12 I F. A. Timber ___._....__"__.._". 2,19 C ------ -- eorof. 21 S 21 40>> '.Ie.. E.se g,{ .............11.11
of SE' N of Mil
Lola .1-68-111-18 or 8W4j\ of oo l'w'tf :
branch .._.ti I tt TO : P. DorUse __.._.___ 0..1 8W", 1 a _.___.11 8 12 U t'nknown .._ _. __ 11.21 8W'4 run N 80
Com ., SW err of NWH efNEH Lot 80 In Womllewn. nn ....1' 8 II 10 11I..1. G. 8he_.. .__?...,..:. .11 ft W 111 It 8 69 ft E 118 ft
to ._ ___._ _
.A N tl II U
run 220 yd to Lon n.sa A 8" or lot It IaWoodlawn :'N4 Clue... ElI_ .
wire fene. thene P! to .... __..._____.11 II"{ Mn. Laura A. Busch---------------- II 50 11. ft of NE" e81Px
beg ot
Klnney sill branch bninrh thence, 3)) 1.0" 1t1-6 In Woodl.wn _____11 I 12 20 C. J. Eaton _________.________.._ 13.31 NEll 387 of SMi H..f' NW A run ear E
alnnir u 8 line 840 or tot 11 a .n lot 10 ..
of NEV, of :Nl-1; ; ,. thence w--1252 of lot 31 in .17 / 20 Unknown Ml ft 8 676 rt W lo-li" ft
to bw .__ ____... _._ $ ISf M. L. Can _...... ... .___"_. 11.:0 1.0-\ a 11 in ..:= _...14 6 :: 20 T. F. Gaskin.- -:::::::::::::::::=:: 19.17 thence N 14 d"'.... to .bpi "
\ 8E14 of NWU ...____m__13 6 200 M. L. Ci.w.. .... _..I...II"_.___.__ 13,79 Lote 31.3.4.U In WoodJ..o1I I n 4. J. L. Cukl. 15.13 9 33 of Blk 14 a bsof on E S4 end W also.A Bi all,

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FRIDAY E 3. 15)23. P.\(; f.: SEVEN; :

_.___ .__ .__ ,,____ _._n_ -. -- --.- .
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I DsedptlonSee. 1' R. A. ---Tate.; -- i

Deacrlptlon I... T. R. A. Taxes I Owner a CallaS To Stop a Cough Quick lute' of Prailfnrd county IlDrlila :
Ow..e i L'wts ot NE'" 'cmyt 13 a In I IIIHHKIHH: AT LAW, DK.VI.SKUK .

fraction. 8 of Dlk 6 "ot R I, NI. 0. .. .31 I II lIS .\ Iv.. Leonard -__________________ 10.7' take H\YIS':: HEALING: HO E\ .< : ANn AftSllINC. nf UK\
I Win of SWi'i In 2 a .om "I NE car ot NEV.or : Will OKnl. \11AN.
:T.mi: ,!... :-'t'I: All Jl 1 0 12 11 P. C. Goodwin. Est _______________ 11.U .N\\, a run W US yd.S couflh n".lidu"' wliii-h 1'I'.i'| (1 r' ,...i'rhoalit4 trsr\vr; I>1 IOJ8IAOAN.wi. both
W'.r lkRMotRSWln I 11 yl. E 10 y.1o N 70 yds the. Inl1iitic\1! nnrl irrl'iiti-il t''..tucs. ilroeaexl let, Ir.Mo,1 Counl .

NFi" .f SW'i' Temples. lUbnV ten beg __. _. ..._______.__32 II II I !Tandy Srymer ..____oo___________. '..05On" A box of (c.*;7WK'( : O.''KV-TRATb l Florid, GLAN7.
21 I U I J... Dell ____._.__00___.____ 8.06 lot or land 148 It .q In SALVE' for 'hMr Cold I 'N. M\\ IfCI
I *, Hcud Cohto and
", ft : A XV A 220 fl' w'Ide. IIFJ son otIW''. ot BEy \.M IAnl. life, and If
i.t"t iiN, : S & E line inSi (1023)) ___.__....._.._.11 II tireen Hamilton ((1013) -________ 4.15 'rt1ll11 i i.* .'ut'In--il wiih e,rry l h. ul.' "fHAYKs dead, reapictlte HEIRSAT

of 'III). 2 &of R 2 E InT.mpl. On. lot ut land 148 ft .q In all : HKAI.IM; HONEY. That ,.nl"t' HW. I1RV1SKES AND
: Mack Print! ..........._ 4.70 .. ._ II GNen Huallton ____ .10 \ KHNSWARKKN: .
.'. mid dli .. 21 e 2g I ear "r NW' or 8E' _. 83 I -------- ? should lie rubli'M on the' .'h.-., ni<., tun nnf I' WARD
Practlinal NW' nf Dlk 2 8 of Com .t SW cur of 8WI 4; of children ,if In life. coil If dead, then hi. ''t
R 2 R NW of blk NE'4 a run N 264 Ct III 880 suffiTintl, (nun' H i'olit or I.'rnlil"| InIR'r I..\W. :

A run com S' 110 nt ft to land cor deeded ft I 214 rtI ale fl 'to 82 I II B Leah C...ggi --___-_.._-_____ 1." The 1I.lIn rlVn-t at Mm",,,' hi.iinnmli.n, ,.y ,?. AND \SMIONH- OFVIHmml

I to H Jones. then VIalonir 7y" In K's' .r NW'. ot 8514 ai'IotItotbrietrtnbu'edwuh'| 'h.' h..",,nk rf">ti 01 f nri.HINa, .if In life, and it '
unlit lino of Joni land fas N 8 a \191St _._..___.32 I II 1 John Culver ((1118) ______________ 1.IS Grow a O.Pen Trnli- Silvi. th-nn, .h thi 1M'"'' nf ill .,,1 thin hlo UNI IIS AT LAW r
1\40 a In Elio NWI4 ot 8EI4: hi .klu amen diiipii touith hb.\ ISKKHNH A88lnN3l
3&11 ft 1o thenco limn between N along blk publicwad 1 a "f_ N 2 a _.....__.. ....._.13 S II 1 John Culver _________________ 7.41 Uulh ,,'nll'Unr. !pmhid In oniranmi nn I .Ihcro.t And ALL OTIIKH PERSONA '
W Ionic unld line Lot 1 of blk 1 In Llnroll Clty of tho iiimhini. tn" atnu'lit U :IV 18ND ('Oltl'ORA'rlDNA.claiming +
2. ttunce ..
t" hog Temple* ...h illv _.._91 I I ft .... :! irkmia .-?.------ INJ 10 In Iot\ 8EV W of ry.82 1 II Marl Ptasl.r. -------------.- .... Just aRk your druggist.. fur itA YtS' b,. through' or itnder 1

::' of 8EV, of HEfe\ ..__00.11 ii 10 8. Ipman __________ 7.18 Lots 1-:1: of blk I In Lln.on HEALING!' ; HONEY any tine or mnrv, of d.r.no.nt
A Mreo of land In SEVA of City In sty 01 6Ey,' W ot rr II 122 Fa11nI. Alber' ____________ 1.09 herein abo\o named

1 NWt R7 ft, bring wide on 400 W tlIJ nil*.. A W 17fl Lots City 1.1 In 8',bik of :l'l."W'lr; ry nll 12 Tennis Aib.M ______________ '.10 01 In" Kill iinv .part..f ,.n"lnlntl,,f them AND deacrlbeil T

wide R: end A boundedon .I Lot of 8 In To Cure n Cold In One Day I Tin wlnu: who
? on 18 kll Wn 1nrrC! Roben Albert _____ ________ 4.10
i rlnlm
N by Flllnirton. lund A.. on In of : : J2 I 11 take LAXATIVE PROMO l QUININE (Tahkna I hl. title or Internet
the* E by Elliott land find on Lot 1 or bib 7 'mot Union City atoi* the 1'ouoh: and hrailat'h and wotlaof th, In and lo mold lands In thll Bill
the W by Caeaon Davl. p1aNR In S ot SE'4: W of ry32 I II D..., O.loon ___..........- 1.41 Cold. K If, (!iftoVKS .i.lunaluroNOT1CK : nn each ho.i. SOc of eoniplntnt ,|..erlhcHl. defna n4

nn the 8 by M... Harriet i.nt. 1.4 (,f bik J .I'W LlnconCu _._____.__ __ ..10D. n",.. J
Anah Hamilton '
O Cooper Innd -----------2 I II Unknown _________________ 4.1" rlnStyof! ., of ry 89 1 12 May ? Hll.l. TO QUIET TITLE, K7. .
WI.1 of 8'j; of 8EM Of SW'i .. al a pt 4 a.lo .hll. S ofNV OF ELECTION NOTICR

of SWV ..._._--____....22Hi' 8 II t Calvin Byrd _______________ 1.41 ror or 8W', .t NW'4 The defvllilnnt. llr nnl II Ouruanuj. M
; of BE'l of SWl _..... 22 8 II I John Parker ___.______________ 18.4 a run II III 6.10 ohn. E 10 tly the power wind in th in l hy tliu li.wet nui'iit and ) If in llf nod If dead
Bs' of PF.1:> I of liE''I ___ 22 I II 10 A. IIl11anpr ____..________________ 10.48 d'gnwc 8 10 center ot rr >f Florida Iho Uoanl of I'ulillr ln.truiov I.IHand .
NW of NW en them' N on ry 10 81.100 llradfonl County Plorldit. honlw olla .n'' '
llu< Uexlaim,, Life I','neuu'., and, liemalndvrmentunli
SW' of tiO' of NEVi ..29 6 12 10 J. 8. EllIolt _______________________ 10.1' ohn. thence W 10 d...... N iI'j:: \? be hold I in Urookvr out ncliool din: I I .ithe of ".i<
..________.... 98,20Rrw r : : 10"
Rloh.rd Albert ((818)
7 n In SW cor of SB1' of 10 6.10 .hno t. beg (1028)( _38 I II 10 .. I .June 80 lli.'fi. for Iho purPUKU iniin ., Wi probated' l'Inrl.11 O.n.

NWH .__...____._._22 I II or Unknown ____.________________ 10.19 nl a .pt 4 t 1.10 .hn. 8 of nf tOrctltltf three trustee. and. d"to'nnln.! I, tuny .."..0. of Itiiiilfiii.l. .LiMinty.. Florida
NWi of 23 99A 214. hlorlon W. Bowe NW o..r "r OW" or NWI4a InK the amount of niillaue In Iw aimva.,''d fur ,. ,1. t
---- Illl. I" lieaivtcr.
SE'J .f 9WIJ'{ 'kr; mad' .-._21 : 89 A J. J. 811..x --:.----_. -_:::=::::::: gJ:: run II 10 fl.\O ohoa E 11degree. the i.n.uliui two yean. A. T. Stewart John \\illr...1.1 and 1"1.F.ttiit.fi. No page II V>, nf asi 0.1I 14

All Wry of NF.',, of 8548of 8 In center 0' t"Ih.n. flhrher and Liland Brown are. appointed, Court Kicordn.: tho I .\' Law. (

nod .. _.. 28W 6 II 9 U.... Errl. Howa _____.___..___... 4.10 .. N on rr 10 .81.100 manaKera for said 1eetlon.. '..I I \. i, n., of I... 11.1. "II, or I"vl.
Af VEH nf VW'l A ohms Hence W 10 ......... N L. W. KICK1.ITBU. Iln.menn, or Laub., ( InL"., ,. .
NW' nf SB' of NW' ..28 I tI 10 U.... Louisa Wllllama ______________ 10.10 100.111 rhn to b.w __. _..3S I II 10 Rlahard Albert -___ U.81 Chairman I I tltiiifcinuiiii, ilit..niutl, Cm IIH''i'ly of or I.awtey.l.ui.
N2Sii&E500ftofS IS Ott. 01 NW'4 ot NW14 ales. H. n. wir.niNSSecnlnry Urn.U.i.l" "..II'Y. .Florliln) 1'h. Hoim \t L..
nt SW of SWV, N of best ..tI 1111. 60 It W of rr J0-M-0-2A. lh"\ .MM** ", mmlg".. of iiuxtntv Adulphj

public mad .__._. ...___.28 I 12 IS E. D. ShIpman __________________ 11.1 a Mn II IB dugrra W 180 l rolhanan, and nf' OuMm.' ttriiUhatcan, In 4
Portion, nf It', of NBVi ..1SE' tt thence W IB dOlI.. N to NOTICEIn : \ liu' nun I'lifhl mil: ti* ;1 1.'unh.: : .I or i PcvTiee, of i
', lylnir fl of public road 29 I 21 13 J. A. Bowe ____.__________ '..45W W I nu IIr .... 38 th"II.o N to I 11 inn*.* < hni.oii In iiiiti/miin( nitil of l.uutui)
16. of NW, of 8RV: A NW .0. ot IIW'. ot NW\4\ the Circuit Court. Flifhth Judicial, Cheult '- :iilMiiKUianii; ;: :, dfci ,lUHil, ;lutu :of: Urndfora: a
| Unknown _______________._____ 18.90
__ 18'
SW'i then. R: '0..by" __ .__ .KS- I II '
W'4of Bradford County. Florida. In Chancery" \ ''' : I tho .Ides M I T.nw. Povl r
sitof R. D. Bowls ____________________ 11.00 3 a roe SW'', of 'IJl"rldo .
nf Peek coed 24 8 22 : Mary E Edwards.'e *r HtdwiK. l"r.l.h"! .". wlf
\8 170f of
._ 7.46Dw
W of .. IS 6 II B Kina Chandler ______ ___ __._ ,0 ,
All II'V' of SEU EH of ofNE' Hill to Remote Cloud. Etc.Thomaa .. <'I.ta\n DniUhaitan, both ..,1. late of
PE", of SWt, of Trek 8DO It W of 101m son IHxon et .1. County, Florida Hophht Olanx
mad: _.S _. ___ 24NFI. I U IT L. C. ptt _m_____________.____ lW of Ncf a run 8,109IIIU It appearing. from the alienation. of the .Ir..I..re. Much and llHch. If In
---- -- ---- Ltf k : NI.h.l.
of SF' ._____..____._.25NW'1 I U .0 L. M. L.ngtey __________________ 1'.4 ft 1092 E worn VIII tiled in the above stated ..U.', that Itff. If th.n .. rvapoettve helraAt
of SFVi: ________ _-2' 8 U 40 L. J.. not.r, __________________.____ 10.84 : f1 I" beg ... .n.__..---84 6 II U O. H. Rnld.r _________________ 1311 the realdvnccii 'and ages defendant. l?- I..ne, .\o.'n.l.. and .Ajltiie Warr.M I'.
BF.' of NWV} ._ -___... ...._27 8 21 40 L. V. Melon _________________.____ 0.10 Corn at. a pt 17'If' .has. W eJ wH : Thumnit iMxon.:: I..nlhl::: Temple.: Johncorker \\nr l...If life..and If dead thun hU Tl'lr

E'' of NF.' of SW"4 of NE14 SE eon. of NEt, run ( r.l.xnbelh: Sttnvn, Chart. J. Hun- At Law. lmUi and Aaxlicna : lltomai ..
1 n In NW cur of SE' of 131 yda N 618 yda E 131 rde doll, James W. Sinclair. Auiriu.tua. K lltmiloy.Mary Fl.-l.lliiK.. If life, and If dead. then hiHilni -
NFl: 12 8 W. M. Bryan ________________.____ 11.0B 8 UI yd to b"v. _____..S4 I II U Unknown 10.29hog K Ciltwon. John W. Cnrr. John O Cr.. At .. .. li\Utta and Aul.11; I ll

1 a I In ------------7' at SW enr E":7I: t'AROO ofNEl m.n. .:. "Ay.onlmtlh.. Nlcholaa 1'. A rmatrontr. Other Feraona Firms and Porporatlon.plulntlittf .
.f sn': -- .0.f.. ----27 I 12 1 O. N. lolder _____________.._______ 1.41 h A run N Arthur W. Laird., Samuel C. (JlUon.C'harli I by. tlirtiuiih, and under any one 0*
.W' I Imps 2 ft In W 671'. fl 8 HOD ftto %V. Hull Alfred D Cone Thomas J. of mud dfendanl nnmed herein-above.
'wf t n I In NE cor .27 I II IS HIlliard Johnaon __________..____ 17.11 .bog .__ ._______....-.8. I II It Henry G. Mn -..--------------.- 10.10 I Rnrrln.* Mitfrmin, Ynunmlndt. Uahmnl, HI.IIimod I ho mur lamb, or any of U'I. df.erlbed In thus

3 n in NE cnr of SW4' of 8EV.hoingl.N&Sby3aEa Corn .1 NW our. of loiE" ofNW' 1 .. !Leonora M. Nh./ .... Sammd C. Hnrt. II* HIM of Complaint .. Whole! World
A run E 'ooft I A. Splndtcr James 11. 11. Hnulh Albert I In 118nmtitl who nmy claim any rUrht. title or Intereat In

W .-- -_--_--.- .-_-..-27W I n I J. A. la"leon __________ 4.40 180 tt W 400 tI N 230 f10 D. D. Wood.r' .05 I A. Swann. N. It llnirnmnn .'nn,..* I.. : and to the lamln dparrlbrd; :In this I Illll of
of SF'i of SEt u._ 27 I II 10 J. .. Futeh ---y------.----------- 10.40 bra$4' I II 1 -------------- Gala, John Alr
SE'' of NE'i except about 8 NW' of SE'4'\ .xaep8 10_ a isSW a. O. Cox __._._______.m__ 12.61 ... J K Kuril J I). Mi-I.<.mori.1. C. belle. Site. lylnir and brine In County
84 I" 1111 .
mntE&.Ie41almNWcoya ( cor ---- -- -- Sam Ra.nb.rg .. 8,41 T. W. IMtti. J. M .loltnii ChariVa Roberta. R KlnHdn. and b> Inv part of HIM.t Ion 2fl. Town +
'. of 811y, .--34 8 1:1: 21) ---- -----------
4 B In KW one A NB'l of = 'ulor :- S. Kllnwurth. Ann Uupwooil' John C. AnitMitlt Hhip\ n. I tan wi* Jand mum portletitarty duKI
SE'i except nbout 4 n In NHcnr NW'"r NE'' ofaept R. I't.iMv.. W. It I.ane. Ktlaworth: Trust Com- 'i'ibid IIH lulu' No 3 and No I, In Uluck No

A I n In NW cor I AW'4" \ AW .x. C C. Iriflla _____..._....__._._.... 81,42SE' nny, n ctirpuratfon. .... I.I McCall. C N. Hop.klni. IH, of tho Putvn of Lawti'y. Hradfonl
I'' a In T' for ._.._2T I II B5 1' 1'' Stump __.________......____._ 11.0. 10 a In SE Orr .......85 I II 1111 F.. M, Coleman 19.87SF. K G. Huhbnrd.. N. W. llnrltit., A I.. i I", lortdii,, accordntf! tu Pint of .Id towniicordtil

Cm-" oo ft W of NE: ear of : :1 NW'NE''':,. ':. -. ::::-:-:: :: :. :: 1'1 40, Dllnnl. 0einer :::::::::::::::::::: 13.07AE' Von Kirn.. (;Horn-In. Trndinir Company, l Duncan tho I'ubllo llocnnlg of Uradtord

\\ orW': of IF.'i of .r SW' __ .__....-. I Ii 40. Ell. Moore ..-.._..___..________ 12.87EY U. Hotelier. Trusts, tilarkti' T.umtrtrCnmpany I, ((.iinly .F'lu.bIA. '
NF' A run 1' 345 ft W 10(1( ft I ot SRI! ___-.-.--.______.. 0 Ii 4'1' A. J. Miller ..._...____.-______._.. 12.37 a corporation, V. J. Hhlpman. (*ra I Are htit'tiy nnttlloil end n.,..lr.l. each and : I A
V 'I". fl, E 1011 ft to heir _2R I II __ ___ -- hem % iiitmt., S. .'. (.anlln nil tinknm .
GoII."a Towill _____ ________ LOB '' M I I ni n of you. tn appt Lot :2 ..r bit in hrlirlnnl town E r:r otor N1f n r NW' .::::::: 2 7 20 99 :: Ma.: : M lIor/Rr.'rd':;: Rat.: :::: -::::::: IP.m < n, and I hut !thor. U no person In th. "I I. lhi nlnt elttith'tl'. IHUH "n thi< .CmplAlot

nf ilnrke In VE': ; nf RWI.28\ 8 II III.... IIlallln O. Canova .____._.....- 14.aOC..m AE4 Ilim'4 ot NWL 44 -.----- ... __ 2 a 7 7 21 10 811m kwrnborv. __._.___________._ 12.87N'y' pile. ), nf I lurldn the irvlct of mittpopna ui 1'nnI Auituet A. I>, IIt26 and, iiih nf y"h'e. shill .,
W I 1-fl ft W of HB r-or of 00 I wlmtn, would bind) call dofondant. and riot, dim, coiirnu anil lu by. law
;..n T of hlk 17 A run N 108 NE4 of NEVf : i 23 80 W. W Cnlutmmn ; : : : 0.10N : ''II IH biliovod by the eomnlalnant that tho urli .... .1..rl"1 whatever claim t
no a of NW of SW 4; :::: 22 81 Henry Mitchell Sr.;: ::::::::: ::: : : 19.87 ., uta-up q.
ft W SO 1.1 !S 10S ft to Cull vnld named dnfendiinUi' whom rfHiltlcncon end of !
rlirltt.. nr mural which ymi, and
lit E 30 1-1 ft to 'her In orl. 81( of 8'of NE'I. : SW'/4 of W'1'I of' 8W'' 3 i I: 90 10 Mr unknown*. Mergeret Wilson; '-:::::::::::::: 6.41 8.43wof : can. arM unknown to conmliiinnnt. ire Intur exalt of y..th.. may Iny and cliilm to the above (.+ e

vinnl town of Starke In (3o. William. _....__....____.. U.U i-jit-d In the properly Involved In the ..nlt.I ,I ecrllH4l two Iota of land, toil any and nil (''I
... _
NE'' of SW' .. _28 I S3 Earn Rottnbant ......______...... 89.61 IliE' .f flF4' _' h' 4 7 II 40 F.Imonl Chandler- 8.80wty and ttint cnmptalnant ,diMH not know and has porlluna 1 hereof. And that ......h, napa* I J. ..

One lot on N. Hide of Gall St. NE' .ntr.r''t :1 8W'S NW''; .' :::: : 7 7 n &: Unknown. --.: .:::::::::=::::: 7.16E'y I nut born able in anr.rtnln. whether any of per publlHhed In Htarke.: Hrndfurd Count9 4
(IN malt known fonilunta di ail alive andthat
B2'j ft E A W by ilo are or Florida known and called Or ml ford I County I
A 8 bounded N by JefferaonSt ot 8EV: ot NEVI a BWVof It In .bH.pvisI by cumplalnnnt In ..nhl.wn.n .
aI. Telotrraph la hereby ileelitnated the mwe
I NE' 4 1 U 80 Sam Raenborw" to.70 .
8E'i ---- ------------- Bill that Ihon I.(
W bv land of Mr. Morirnn C8 ;, a pennon or an per- In l no tic* ,
In I a 1 In pq In eon 'RWV. .. Inh' 'nwttnl In Iho Involved In ,,000rat fort 8l .hAI eek.publlrh0l ( I't
A E by hlk 17 :orlglnnl of- nr NII4: n..n.__.. __. I 1 II I Wm. Frul.. ___________________.. ..10 I .0.niteh cult whne, property and week eon....
of 8tarkc name nr
) town NBM or namoa eve i iAITM
.. .._28 8 12 11.88 / eom at nor of 't and where rwldimre. unknown to I Thl. Slut day of M",. 102S Wltneaa my of ,
SW' --- Sam R..nbgrl ____ ___________ tW8il0 ar* ficial hand and ...1.
F.'. of lot 1 A Iota 3.J-7 of blk of NR'SanunA/20 it. complainant : hcwfcirr, It In ordrtd. that the

:2H In nrlulnal town of Stark tI N210 tt W 4t0 tI N R. 1Sparkm.\ _____..________._._ .10 aid known dvfvnilaiitii, who arm hprptofurenamed O, W. ALDERMAN: 'd
In NE' of SWl I ....___._28 t 2JS3 Conl__ Lunb.r Co. ____________ 84.11 2LO tI W 210 tl 10 bew .. I 7 III 4 In thin or"". If llvinir, and If dead allp.rite. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Brailforil,1 .

Lot 2 of blk 27 In original All NWIH S A ofEli: E __0l_.ryIm I 7 II 7 Bam Roeenb.m.. __.____________.._ UI ; elalmlnir' intenvt under the ma 1 Jknown County, lorlda. r.
town of Starke In NE'i of and. named dffonitnnta don laid. do. J D SPARKS

SW' _. --... .______.-88 I Conlam. Lmhb.r Co. ________._ 3682 8'r.'f N'I., ot NEV4 '" Bot Ja. It."nol'". .. 1.11 ceased or otherwtae. and that all pernonatthomrtopvrr Attorney. 1-11-741. .
NIi u ...... 8 1 II 120R'r -------------- -- .
Lot. 5.6 nf blk 12 In J. !M. I : or SEL, -ot-- IIWIi.--- --_-- 7 7 21 80 Lily IYsda ----..__..____________ 1.78 whn.. name or namra ar*. .11.,.
Johni add to Starke In SEHnf ( il in )I.. and art unknown to complainant' ,

Sw' -- --'__ ___.--28 8 11 R. M. Sparkm.n _____________..... 4.40 Nmoj!! ot lo\I\: a NW', ofsF Paul Bros. .. SI.IO that may bt or art lnt.'r'd. In DIP propertyinvtitvptl NOTICE OF r.UAltIAS SALE
;' a BEt!; <. of SIn, .....10 7 II II' ------- ----------- -
lit. 1 of Blk 5 In Uvln".lon. I B'iI of I\oE'4 ot SE'S' .. .__.10 1 U 10 T. J. Aldm+nan __ ..__________ 1.41 In thin cult. icrtlr4Hl l nit followa tAll I -. -
Tmby and Con odd. to Stark JeI&\4:\ ot SW\ -- _.11 1 II I) M. W. G.lftl. _____...._____________ 12.87I of flection. ono ,II) : nnrlhpant quarter of riihly dote hereof. On tn-wit
In W'' of NE' .--___.__-21 6 SS a. W. Sn.II.",,,. _----------t------- '.11 -- ot-- I n..rll"1 iiuartvr and. weal half of north I the '.' nl o.y. Irt. uf Junu I 1920 I th.
IMUI ..nrlo'r nnd rnnt hnlf of nnrthwnat .
Loin r.n f blkI In Llvlnotiin | '
for .
Truby A Con arid to I SE11'0 8f'; .,..__ WSW Ill 7 21 400 Paul' DI'OI. ________._-________.__110.18 ,,."rl..r nnd north went 'l..orto'r.. of north wentijuartvr I IIIe..I",1. Clronver U..rdl., .Jniliua F.I... r

Stork.; :; in WU. otlE:1: .-.28 I 22 C. I. Underhill ____________________ 11.15 18Eot $W'4. .__-_ _...__.-...- .11 1 940 C. H. klwn __________._________.._ 12.81,81.iI I and .ulh..t. q"Art..r..t southwest Amy Groover and Nona ""N".',0. .
Gob 1 2.11.114: of In i ot 16 7 21 80 C. }1. Itl".", ___.._________._ Id.OI quarter and northwest quarter of lonthmatquarter I Itch of J. It. Uroover. Ditteaxed, will
I.-! Inv.t..n. Trilby A. Coo E' ot NW'-----------------SW'' .1. 1 II 411 ins iv. 1'011.1'11) ___.._________._ 11.10 nf npftfon.. two ((2> : notithwont qiiar* apply lo the Honorable clco A. (isrdlnpKCounty
aid.l ,i" Starkf WU, nf NE'i' 211 I SI Mesa 1. I.. DI'I.,.. -____________._ ._ IUO 814Hof I SE'' 1------------- \7 7 81 PO Inn Iv., Pollard ---....---.--.---- 18.01 I Ivr of louthwmt quarter and. mouth thnw i itiutirtrm I .1..1.0 uf County, FleHUa.I'nr .

8.al t.8.T,'uhy of blk A Con 11 I In Add UvlnBHton to- ;: I E', ot SW'',. .. ._ u ...__\7 1 21 80 Unknown ______...______.-..__. 88.01 : of nf m nouthtaiit, ,'Uun Ih,,-"quarter- (tl1: ) north of poutheaiit half of.I I'iinrttr nn Older In ..Ir.l..rd....1. ...1. a Dee.. '
I .: Into taoh uf pal
C..m nl SE car .t NEIot >r<.
StnrW' ;in I'I'I'of NE"28 112 N. Alva Elver --____ __________.-_ UO 811'' S N 40 rIa W u 82 north half and. imithwowt quiirlrr of untilhint I.'h In,..11,1.1 the fulluwlnv. iltaorltoaill.nnil.
1., t 12 ,.f ilk I'. 1 Uvlnmton.Tiihv I : : I etla 8 40 run rvl, E rda to beg 10 1 II I mllznbolh Johnson __U'_'.'___ ...- 10.111I i \\ jtinrlcr: and wrist half of nmitlipaAt query i!I '.., towlttKant : ,
for and noiithpaat of nouthraat
K t .w mill) 1" Stnrkain Cn' 3ii.: qtmrli-r quartrr | : .
73 v.1. W of .. cur of m.. of portion four ((4)) northeast qtmrtvr and half uf .,' .' ,...t... .xaeiikeiubt
W "f Vf .-2tl I SSA D. B. Wheels at. ____________.____ 11.11 lit 'a run W KO yds N 71t ydeE arras 1 In nurtliwiiit miner' Neeliun' I
I.i:, :.f blk. :u In Llvlnviton.Pi I Se yIN, 1'1' 7" yd, sLot to bo'"t ___10 7 II 1 W1,m K.loh ....-..--- ---- ... .. .. 81.08 I runt win, /half quurU'r' of of cart northwMt lwe.t iiartpr| tiuarter and and Bniith-north: ; I I Ii i I tortimhiii: 7. Mouth: :Kaniro' 1e., Hint, .n: j.I j.

<'b l A ,,. nld la StarkoT In Hulaonc nld n Hamp' Iwo .. rat. rnori. or I I.s.. mud InmlM lyilitf .
_____ )linlf' of Hoiithinnt. quarter. nf auction. nlno ((01'1 i I Ii I *'.
: 7.1311"t 7BI
2 11 22 Omni 1 DolI.m .n. -- i, IH.IIIII In Mrailfurd ( .. I lurliln
\\ v.
: 1'If: J. A. 18mw- -.-.------____.____ 11.00T ton _._-18 7 29In north 'half I of norlhwpnt' quarter of nrpllonflit ,
I.i I i.f blk 1 ; Mvinmton.. mold i ::;; : : ; Phi. 21st Day of May I I9J9.
I lay & r..K cub dlv of ;: I-.n: 10 .Hamp: II Mn""lo D.llnmy ._..--.. .--.. 7.19 all In tnwnnhlp I (t0)> mouth ranuH II |I, F.
IO 1
MAly .f
1 I twenty-tun 1221!) ,cal, containing' NT' .r'hl Vf'W 8 11 John Parker -________..___.____ 1.71 3 J B I of blk 11 In .. Hnnd ni-v.-n hutidrtM) nlm ly ((1.71ti'' .Ih"o'l B-u-Kt.6-lu .
.. .
G'11':10L: John MIIAd 28.28 >
'- -- --- .
Lest 2 II Livingcton.Trots' I ____.10 7 II more or ... .r..1|1- -

.. A'/ Cnn .ub_ dlv of.NEIL. .._.28I.I. I il l"'l. 14.16 of bik I t I In Hamp W. n. S..I. 00..._......__-_..... -_. 8U3 Abe north three hundnd twenty ("UOi, fed, NOTICE OP FOR TAX PEE I
.rIF: J... Byrd ____ ___.___________ 1.07 n _. 10 7 II of northptmt unuthwtMt APPUf'ATIN
1.2 01.. E'' of hlk .12 In yIn IN'", .f N8'4.a 8W'inf NEtS:' and (Bht four 'I'Jd'j.;::: :: forty-flvo: ( tint I'I|f:* >II'I;:; j juntilht INIKI SECTION IT] OF TIC .
I in-M..n, Truhy A Coo a By', of of TWy4 'Ise of ofuiithwtnf
: P------------------------. .._._ 48.71 tint quarter noutheant quarter GENERAL HTATIITKS
nub HIv of NE' ,, of NE'' .28 I 11 1.11I1. Ssnden _______________.____ 1.75 2 n fm .r:1 20 7 II 1111 Unknown .nUU. 8.81'W..r.8 quarter, and Mouth half of north-1, I
I Lotn I..> of hlk Bo in Llvlnit- N', ot NRV. oC NW'' i ___...20 1 II 110N'y weal fjimrter of wnann'1wt iiuurtfr,. i.iri'ttwrat |::

Htnn Truby A Con pub dill uxwDt Z a In W. n. Blucher .........__........._ 21.37 four (4) aot. and wmt half of nnitlli- Hereby, notice I. ..h... lluit, t. I D Wltla ptr.ciuer *
..f '1F.' of NE'I, _-.....21 < 11 Sam Tyson __________________._.- 10.00 _.__20 7 .1 78 west quarter( of aouthvant quarter, and month of ,..nlo, .'r.ll.nl.. numhereil.. .

E' nf blk I II I In I.Mnmton.. 12 n In.E .or of NEVI 0'NW14 I.. R. K.I.h ..._ __ __ 4.66 hnlf of northeast quarter of louthrnut ituurt apertlvelv !155 and lull by the Tat \
.n "-"- ----- --
Pruhr A Cio nub div of NE1. -------21 1 21 11 Ii." uf HtiMlfurd ( .
r. except, eve (fit I cons In northniiii, lir iiimty Mnrlila. Said .
nf "1': n n_28 8 II lam "on _____________ _-_____ 4.40 N' 0'" Nwf!, ;;;' ;'p'ii'a In Inn Tory Pollard ... ... .. 21.07tE north nf ntllniail.. In auction thlrtmrti Hit I corm: nl- I Orate numlM re.1 I in* Ixliiu flaled June T.,
N'j of hlk 15 In Mvlnnton.Truby / !: enr .. ._. ........__..21 LamM -- --- -- maUh\fc. it of I mul and .Id( n'rtlllriit, nnmlierid. 'IH2 belli.lnte.1 .
._ nnrtheaet
: I J. (lm n ._.__.._ __....__.... 18.11 P<> quarter quarter
A Co. Mib div of NEVI 8114!: "r NE'4 _________._...21 T 9ySE'1 )I..P.II tin "fl'it' nrr.-H In northiant eornpr. and .' July B. 1115. Inn UN'il .alii. certificate

of NF', .--28 I II Alfred B.rn. ___--. _____e. ____ 1.01 N'of' ot NWV a 8WV. "n*>t hnlf of northwput iiiarter.| and north-1 i In my office ma at Wm. K.lah ._____. ...._._._.. 10.80"W'1 1 : ; \
E' of hit I" In I.KInnton. 0' NE' --- --_-----21 7' 10 n.- tit I'11111'l-r l of HOitthwiHt anil noulh In. drrd| | ti rn.ii,. In aerurdanc with In*. s
Trubv A Cm nub lily of NEt I ot NW'I .___.__..._..22 1 II 40 M J. (I..n .._..__...-..-__...-... 11.14I coat | of aoulhwiiat qiinrler Haul cortifliati. rivpictlM embraces ,
of ----------2$ 8 11 B"wn 10.88 All ... _. __.__..23 7 18 ..40"ul, n... ____.___.-___.._.___...IH,93 quarter quarter. ,.xeopt Un land. In Dradford Ce h,
Billy - tat In nouthfii.it .
Lou r.r't blk --ii'ln Llvl dYv: ------------- I All .. ..__ __. __. 7 II 140 I'"ul II..... ____....________.____ _-144.6NW" lwentyfr< cons. *2H : aUo north. ''half r in of aeotlon north. 0.,1 t.llu..ln.' at the d,1 of the .. ,uni.Fi' euiihcertlflcali

.ton. Truby A Cos, pub ..t NE'. a N'y' ofNW1' vest quarter nf no rt ho an I .,oorl... and west In u tiamea neetlvly herein.. "

of NE1 hlk..t42 NE''tlvli.iot---28 e 11 W. / 8nell ______.____.____.____ 4040 ,to --.t---8.E-.t". 1 II 110 Paul Bral. __._______..___________ 84,11 half and northwest qunrU-r of nouLhcimtquaiter after particularly .et: forth, to-witt 'd
Lot S of In ,. 6 a .q .N'E'cur of mcilon. foiirtei-n 111( I ) atu northeast Certificate' Nu. I lift embraera north h.1 of

Tmliy A Cn tub dlv ofNF. W8C'4t! .. -f: J == : M... C. L. Norton -----------.-- 1.17N'1 quarter of north*'nut quarter and rut northwt.t. quart of nnrlhweat rJ
of NE''I' -* 8 U JuIIW Butler -----------"-- UO I : nv' ;rNWm.--. I M.. J. T. Jon.. ..-------..-----.- 6.10N& half of aouthrant quarter of nurthcaiit quarter lion ,11, >,wn.h :7. south. range 1':. ;.:
: );
N''trof! blk 45 LlvlnntonTruhy / NE' 8W of f4tlon twenty-two 'ii2) alms nnrth- amu.<-4l Unknown.rertlflcale .
A Ton sub dlv of l1'iI ot NW'. a NWI1 1 weal quarter of northwest quarter of auctiontwentythno No 182 embrnrni .".t .

NE'i of NE' -------8: e II }L a. "for' ____________ 7.15 oNfWy,1lWIy. ________ __ ..__27 7 II 140 Paul Bra. ------.--------.----- 46,78 /iznt: all In t towmihlptlnht. ((6)) northeast quarter uf .outhea.t quarter, *e.
..; 2 nf bib I 4H In Llvlnmton.Truhy of NW\4\ A all south of vans twenty.two (1221 .a.t ales lion AH, town.hip 7. ."ulh rang 21 ...1. 10
A Coa nub dlv of I NWt.. ot SWV N 0' .y .III 1 II 47 J A. Maid.. _... 11.0 l"ta nlrifteen. 1 tl'Jl. twenty (.>0)), twenty-nlnv' Pierre naieMed 1 Unknown.
NE' NFI, .-- -28 6 11 LgelDgllsh ... 7.11 RW' ot NE', 4 NIor NW"u ((20)) and thirty (10): ). In Woodlnwn In I'nleas said I lie redm.narrunllnic
----- -- -- aec-
in' ; ::
Loin 'I'I.t.I 'jil :2 i In 018E1.! ... ........_.. ..._.:2. 1 II .0 W 0 Sets ...----...------...-.. 1".0 lion. llft.M-n ,fin ', township Itve (t6)). south In law tan >i'I.h.l l l:..,ue thereon .
HnvU A Truby. add. to. I Ilex nt Nil! .0' of e'4 of NE4of range twenty-two. (32)) ...1. un the inth ilay uf J"n ). 11)28.Wltnxi I
8tark' In NF. car of SE'. NW' a run I I'n\a yda Its and they required 1 to my official .denature and seal this
of NW' W nf rv ___._ _28 4 11 A. 8. Adklai _____________. 14.74 W 1211' yd", N I 1211'u' Y'" \II the .Illll. of (",/.:: rnr'jI.; In old cause appeartu unnr 1'h 1,,, rilh day of May A. D 1028.C .
Lou i.-\.t\ of blk C In N. J. I 1101, yls 10 ..... .._-.______10 7 12 8 Vlnoy Parker -''-'.'''''''' 1,78 liefor" Monday the Hrd day of Autftiiit. A. W ALDERMAN, "
.'on.. add. tn Starkr In SEs lLoE\4\ !,W''lkN' otl InryWrlwhts 90 II .1 W. c. Jlant. Cuar. _.......__..___._ 14.411 D II'_ otherwise the allnratlona nf said ( ..I) Clark Clri-n t Court, llrailford Count.
of VW W of Walnut at .28 144 A. F. arlffil ___.._______._____ 11.18 6..7.. 2 Dill will l I"e taken M eonfmied by the defendant Florida' '
Lot, I A W';' of lot 2 of blk t I lot.veldI Hampton --6:1iI0 1 II W. E. McC.nr _..._____--.. ..______ lG.82 *. tly. C. A. KNIOIir.SlJ.8tll.1J I
In Trmnlm add tn Stark of hik I1 iInt.' 1I.la further ordered that thin order. b Deputy Clerk.
In NE' of NW'1 A part of "f blk Il In Hnm"n, ..._.80 7 23 Mr.. H. B. O.Ig.r __.__..-__.....__ 16,10 ruiMMiol ..n.. each week for eight eonieeu-* -- --- -
W.. of NEIl W nf ry A" NE Lu,. 2.3.4..6.7 lit blk 18 In live wet>k.. In the Bradford' County T.I..ph.n ) .
enr of SB'' of NW'i .....28 I 11 J. T. Klakay ______..______.. 81.0Lota Haml nn SO 1 II J. F. Houa.r ___.______.._____...._.11,44 n."I'.r. published. In llradfor! Counly' NOTI( B Oi ELECTION
1-2.1-4 nf hlk 4 In Tarn- Lots a E 1& ft of .lot FloridaThm, .

,plea H'lil to Starke In NEH; ft of lot 2 of blk 29 Inlamp.' the .fStli day of May. A. D. I.ts.n. Ry the power veeted l In lave
of NW A part of W'4 of I ton ----- --.---_----:80 1 J. F. H.auser ....___..-.______.-.__ 11.80 W. ALDERMAN nf i he. State nf Florlila., ; the Ilo.r.1of PublicIntnetion
1 in IJ ..._.. .._...____.__ UII !
A NK cor of t.1.I\ I 9 ampn :10 1 J. M. Maxwell !Heel'lf Clvrk. of Circuit Court. of Dradford county P'lorll. here.I .
N3FE.'I1o11f 0NWry. .... ..._.28 I ItSI IL A. Sharer.. Co. _____________... 15.11 of bit 3o, in Ifnm,''t'n ;;. lly <,'. A KNI'.tir I by rail an election f> be hell CUT
LoU 5-H.7 of blk 4 A. lot" 1-2-1 rcpt E 10 ft .___..____.11 7 II W. G. .Seals ..._. .__.__..._____._.. 1.18 I INW" j Clerk. In Starke .uh >.h.1 l illatrlet on Tue*.
or fractional blk 5 In Ternpi I ,, 0' SE' .10 7 Ii 4A Chu Wllllam. ._...._...________. lR.alt THOMAS W PIKI.DINO. Deputy .I, June elateenlh in.'il ''o any whether e* +
.. add to Starka In NEH: 8E' ot NW' a N'. lit SW.30' 7 U 120 N. I'. CAnthan ._ .........._______. 38721 1 Solicitor of Complainant 5-29-101-7-31 nut they will annex rant half aectlone eleven

of NW' A" part .of W'' ., of I WI. as '., .- 'is! 1 28 .0 Cnkno..n -...--........-.---... 1111.118 and fourteen, .eetlnne 1..1. sod thirteentawnahlp r
NEE all; NW'
of NW'.'. ,
XE' W A NE eoe of oven .outh. ranirn rw.ntvon. ean
SE'i, of Jw'T. .. 28 I 0. r... Peek _________..S9.W of NWm nf R. ......$1 111 44 A. O. Thomas -----.--....--------- 111.80 .1 NOTICE Wc.t ,... wen and eighteen .
Lot II of blk 20 In Peek a I Lot of of !'tWo", ---81 7 22 A. 11. Tbemas ....-.....-.......--. three tmiitee. and detentiin 0 the mlllaea
to Starkr In NW ,, of NW'i .; Alt"; 1: : iv" TUB!: diut'ir recur iv A 1FOil; II0t
.N of Ninth at .. ._ 28 SISI .,. K WllllanM. -.______=: a.io NW' of ::::::84 129 Paul Bra. 1. PRtlr301tD (OLJNTY IIRIIIA. IN CHAN.tr a.aeeMd fur the enauinir. two year
ft .t _.. 7 __.........__..._...... 11.91
Lot 1 of blk II I In Peels add to 21Q NE' of 8EL. .14 U I 8. F. Tru st KY.ELDRIDCK. For the purpose nf huldlnv paid' election O.
Starkr .In NW'I nf NWL, N I IN '.. IIf SEE, .. .. _. __. .. ._.34 1 8g 40 H. D. May ____..__.. ._._...__._.." 11.14 nEDDISIf. Complainant W. ..... D K Knight and E. S. Ma.

of Ninth. et .. ...28 I T. /. William ________ I." Com .t 1t .114 n" ot. NI'' ..' Ih.... ar. appoint manse. .
Lots 1-3 of blk C In lllalnmndil I eo. of IW'I, ot NW\4, '" ...n 1511 BRYANT ii OI1ROANU AS G W. ieCKIjITORt
tn Stark In NWl of ft t.o SE .ur 0' 'Alif 4" thence" agent. and Individually. .If In life Chairman

NW':, 8 of Nnlth at ..( .. .28 I SI t. O. Voppelltin. ________ 1.05 W UI'. tt to ry rI.ht-of., and If dead. then hi. ,,,'ha AT ii n. WIGGINS
EW of lou 1-J-9 of hlk 2 Inwmi I way thence" 'N on Naht-ef- LAW DF.VIHFES AND A'I. Seerttar d-l8-8t-8.il
: way 12K'. rt th.n.. 1IG I II 1 OHDrR POI PL'nlirATIOf
add to Stark In ______.__ II.U ft' N nt of beg ._$5 l' II 11 Frank I. Oos.r -_--_..--.........-- 10.71E' SIUNH THE llEVIMFRS, LIPSTENANTS :
NW'' of 8WI' ....__... ___38On I 11 Alto* Iparkntn .41? AND RBMAINMCK-
SW'', of NEE' a aIn In Circuit .hnllelal
lot In Stark bounded N' AW cor ot 5PV of hill' .3I 1 II II M... C. A. Brlnaon __________._____ 12.04 MEN.n.b. r the Will of 40UTASCHARLOTTF. !. Cou.t-rb In Clmnlt.Chan* (.
by n.vi. A Trubyi add I nr.AN7.MAN. d. Brdfor Fn.lda
All SE', ur SWI<. W of rr Sn.e.ot
by 'tends of M... Eva Kll- ._I. prubated before the
I n In SEcura Sale. Bradford County Rank, a corporation, Complainant
Han E: by ry W by Walnuttrot COURT UF COUNTY JUDGE
d 11 O. t. alma, _____ Il.t7 NW eoe .1.. cone .t IIW ear I
__ .. 311 of I1ra,1forl' I County \Florida' .
lit 5Wt lit 8WIA a runN
On lot of land In Stark and recorded Deeemhttr nth' w.

bounded N by bib 81 ovlto.n4ESSbyry I 220 W IH2 8',010 E 112'n .beg36 yd.. a 110 7dm 7 U I' H. D. Mar -.-.------------......-.- 1,00N'4 I 1x72. In Rexl.ter >:,f Will andRataten Paul V.I.". and' Mart he VaMta his wife,
A Wby No.1. pair. 0. of paid O..nd.nl
..M I SISS. K M. SparkmanSam ________.___ (1.58 of NW'' W "f rr .t rourt n.ri. tier iir.nut AT by affidavit

One ThenpStsrke bounded Shy : N.'i.t., ,1 f.14 NF.'i a :n .NE.. eon :::.: = A 891!1 :: II' C: Mar Mar :::::::::::::::::::::...: It;: f.AW UFVIIRRfl AND A*. tn ranee the b.1. Paul filled V.lett-In the .bv..I.I'.ppnd'

J. (Tenon .t W by Sander MW41 of SIGNS" if LOtflHR ai.A7.MAN.
.' In m. N E by land WI of NWt, a ....._..._.. 81.14NJ4 OR I.OfIHE OLAZMANN. OR Vault.. Ole wife, the iler.nilanU therein -
Sw4 __ ._. __ I 1.82 1.0 Unknown .... -._..
of ,S. Ii, Denwark .-.-. .. 26 < Boeenben .. .._..._____.___ 14.81 :\ of NE'4 .____.__.. 8 8 II .0 Unknown ..... _______ .. ..... 1\.74\ I.OIM.HK: GLANSv OR named. ar* n"n..I..nl of Bradford
'oO County. of their realdene
Lot of hlk 1* 1 In Oaikln. add I.OUISK: nr.1I NAMANN. deeeaa.d.

n' Mark ... ..... ._..20 I 11 W. Bolllntiworth Kit.Orln _____ 8.48 I-f': of E'y NE'y of of tW! :.. a ..Et._ I 8 II 10 Cnknown __..___........ ....._. 1t.10 formerly ..f I.A WTIIY: tlrlforrl la 11,1, they ..each over the awe>
I of It la, therefore ordered
All\ I ,,f NR'' of NB' N nuniy.. Florida : THE twenty-one yean :
I Wilson ._..._____.._____.____ 4.10 All .W40 .t 8W"1.W of ry ... that said rwldent be and
of ry -. -. .-- .---. ..-.31 d I ..... l 16 A In 8W ear ______.11 I II 11 W A. King .. .-..... .. . RIO RKIRfl AT LAW DRVIHEKS non- .ronl.nl
8 1" a of NW', of NWH aP' 11H 'II ....pl W' ot 8W'4' ....1. I N 110 Unkn.- _- ..... .. ..__-___111.8'7 AND \1111'1'1.| of f.USTAVr they hereby required to appear the billeompl.int of
,. bef- .
filed In said
NW'1 .u."t 8 ID ... ._.... ....21 I II 10 I.. 8. efillt _. '-'. 691 ADOLPII DROLHrfAOAN.! and ea' on or .
aW' M. MeRa ......._...___... 2702, Lot 1 n. 6th of
80 J Hay
of of NW', _._ _31 A .. __ rn'ntrr .... 11.74I" .f .IJSTXVK: : MiOLKlfAOAN.In *
..... 6.9 K K l-I a of of NE'! ,. .31 I 11 11 Ard.1I l! Leonard ----- ,o' 8E ot HWy.98 S II 811 Oran lr.,1 .. . .. .. --" 1.11 hlii own rlKl't.. and a* l wate* ht the alleiratlon.I I JJYaltbIIP' '
W 25 2.' a of SEt, of NE'ifttfjl \ ( :' of NW(4----26( I II 80 Jas. -. nd .__ 1A8 ,r DevUiiof LOUISE CIIAR- ,. confe" ordered, tiy .. '. "
t. -W:1 1.01"N7.MIIN, and of I* '
in aold to w. I f" r.nrl .. .______. II 1 J :- :: of > publl.hed week for .licht ., ', *
..81 < 11 17 V'n .h. .. 8,94k. r.IAN7MANM di moss a
Altarn .'.. .- ;-' S\\ ._ .._. _- .. 14 8 II 1 J 90 ,1 I .__." I.OI.'ISF. 'ea .. weeka In the ftradford' Cutinty I''I I Iapaper I'' .
Com of SWV of
at VE
con '.
ot NII'4 a .
r "
VF", run W II 1.3 slingS fllc Cured In 6 to I 14 DaysfnuglataaMndmoneyIfPA200INTMENTfalts n. published In std r .n I 'x
\Iota t 7
:,1'j' 81-9 ehna N ___ ____ .-:.\ : r \: '.:t'4. p .2 1" .I..I, .. .. .11I.32IV This Ma, .,h. A. D.O.191
12'' h'i... .. II A 01_ 9 ClI. \lei ah nn 9.4M1m of IIW' ..r NE" .i. 9 ii 12 W ,.. rmMe ..._......._..._._ 4.'A .SLL1 GVftV
\ I2. ,
Blind. Court.ainait
Com 1-1 chn. W nf NB: eor of ) In Cusp lu-hlnit. Hledlnil or KrMroitin4 (!J Clerk' Clrau't

bW ,.r NK;, a run S! 12':? t:'.,r"Jw'l"r" a'.t:E ,K. W'-4_8 vv I' ,a Donn.lI _..' ...__._ .. 21 file gat 'In.ianily rwtfiil' 'al ep relieve an,.r "luhlna Plies, argil floe macao \ QI.1, /CREWS.; r. ,' $.*..t.7.8
r'r> '. __ L 14 fr' .ppl'8'kn
chin E: 461:I I i.i chn.ehn.to I .Ilu U'j__ n 1 3 23 I Pot Vue .__.__...__.____....._.. Its Ina 2-t ._-. I 9 2Y al MM A l.arle --.n -- -- "


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school supervisors, State, county, or making, citizenship, and other sub I gram for the training of teachers im: are made cafe by lire protecting arrangements Colds Cause Orlp and Influenza
Bradford County Telegraph district, to promote the professional' jects. service, a plan for supplying well selected :, or are replaced by thosi1 LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove
= =- = =_= __ = I growth of teachers In their charger. i} The inclusion of these courses reading; and reference material the cause There is only one "Bromo Quinine.**
There Is1 I firi'piu' in I charnrtt'I' 1 E. W GROVE S sign."ue on box tee
of classroom schools.
and to Insure a high quality { necessitates a broader preparation on to children in rural
Published weekly and entered as ;
instruction. the part of the teacher than when her an annual appropriation made by I -
second class matter, at the post'\ The farm boy today is getting leas stock in trade". consisted of only the (I the State of $0,700 for this purpose I j I' PREPARING FOR SUMMER MILK
office at Starke, Florida I education than any other croup of' three It's. Normal schools realizing Local communities and county school'}
-- I by both authorities ure required to matt h
children. A study just published this give prospective teachers
B- MATTHEWS ._____________-__.Own.r. the Department of thu Interior, Bureau knowledge of and skill in interpreting :' State funds in order to secure a": .,
... C. ROaJSOS.1 M.n.ilng Editor. ; of Education Bulletin 1925: No. these courses to their pupils. Provision part of this library appropriation,, ,
j I fI i. High School Education: of the is made for gaining this skill under -IAn I evidence of the growth of t tho it it i-
Farm Population, makes known for tho direction of specialists in | work of State aided libraries is th.it
rrntisiiED EVERY FRIDAY the first time the comparative extent ; educational theory and practice. The the number of libraries organunl,. se
-, -' to which farm and non-farm children I plan by which the Louisiana State I with the assistance of this fund hit t M t _
SI Bst RII" ION ll.VIK. : i are enrolled in high schools. Farm''Normal College meets this provision ''grown fr m 207 in 11)18-19) to 030 m'

Jr'er) Year ____ $1.0( I I"ihildren us u whole are reached to a ib described in ural School LeafletNo. 1U23-24: ; the expenditure from '$.,'
I Ic-* extent than non-farm children 38, a recent publication of the : 1)10) to $18UOO.
Six :Moith. > .. 75c and farm buys are reached to a much Bureau of Education, Department of In addition to the school lihrurn'-,

i Ic.--s extent than farm girla or either the Interior, Washington, D. C. I many counties have circulating 1111..1. >
i boys or girls of the non-farm group. It takes but a few seconds for the rice which go out from the ollice ,, .
J.s .it good that the next generationof rural teacher to turn a smoothly I the county superintendent to communities '
I farm men should be decidedly less working key in the schoolhouse doorat where they can be in"-iI
\':I'll educated than the farm women? the end of her year's work. If she I profitably used. The State Department -
Is it good that tho next generation oflariu thinks as she does it "I am glad this of Archives and History furth- ''
.should be the most ignorant I this of work by sending I i
year is over and I hope 1 never spend ers type ftotat oopntifct. Cixlarmxia sail Vudor .ed. it. T.1
group in the nation? another day teaching a country small, well selected libraries to

:This condition, is not necessarily so school," the momentary act and I schools requesting them, which lejmain This big track haula the milk ol see- I 9
gS I from to six months in the i I seal l Urm Right-Milk must arrive
f >rl Y for some States are now enrolling though may well set us thinking. For one
I e at tha' plant in good condition.
A higher percentages of farm children in spite of the young woman's dislike ..i.hool or the community. Through f
No. 19.11 I, in. high' school than of non-farm children she may spend some years us a these different methods the poorer nM
'Ijl, lIi"hwaJ"A. and one State, Oregon, enrollsa country teacher; not eligible to'city schools and communities have accessto
(\1"111111.-1111': .II. 1\. higher percentage of farm boys positions.. Only the initated appreciate well selected reading and reference It Is now th'e time when the dairy
ails I I than farm girls. Some of the factor how little the teaching done by mute-rials. Tho results of well organised tow the foster mother of man-
Rl' RAI. S('IIOOI. :NEWS; averting the situation are: ((1) Where those who are not happy in doing it i work of this kind on the cultural kind, is to be given a chance a
rural schools are poor us compared amounts to, or remember that every welfare of the community is Immeasurable. under natural conditions. New
An excellent Irnflet I font' the I Divislon with city schools in the same State. child taught by such a vocational Money spent on education information which has recently Summer is one of the easiest
of Rural Schools of the Louisiana I I a lower percentage of farm children misfit fails to get a square deal. | can not produce full returns In,1'ulue been discovered at some of the seasons in which to produce clean:
State Department of Education are enrolled in high schools. ((2) where The two main reasons for disliking if children who are taught to state agricultural colleges indicates milk. There will be times, how-

exemplifies the kind, of supervision I highest percentages/ of farm boys of / any worth while job are natural 1' read in school are not supplied with light combined that green make feed it and sun ever mud, when and a considerable dirt will collect amountof on
that is now expected from supervi- high school ago are profitably em- unlitness and lack of opportunity to adequate material for the exercise; of for a cow to build her the udder and flanks of cows andif
orf officers of rural RchonlH. The 1 ployed, enrollment percentages are learn how to do the work well. The this ability, or if adults having cultivated by storing minerals up and system other a portion of this material dropsinto
leaflet (ImcusHos the principles involved I lowest. (31(I! ) Where farm tenancy per- available means for preventing the I I the taste for good reading! are body reserves, provided she receives the milk it will injure its
in lesson planning and gives ccntages are highest, enrollment percentages tragedy of subjecting children to deprived, after they leave school, of a sufficient supply of good keeping quality. The dirt which
directions to teachers concerningtheir are lowest. teachers who are vocational misfitsare sulllcient material to satisfy it. feed. collects on the flanks and udder

preparation for the regular recitation I The program of studies in most selecting professionally prepared I I The State Insurance Commissioner; A heavy milking cow, however, should time by be wiping removed with before a damp milking cloth.If .
period in the various school schools today, not excepting one- teachers for all teaching! positions of the State of North Carolina has will need feed in addition to pasture : the hair on the udder and under
subjects, and concerning accepted teacher rural schools, includes a num- and supplying n sufficient number of cently issued a circular letter, to re.\\ if the milk flow is to be line is clipped short the cleaningcan
practice In making and following a her and variety of course little dreamed supervisors to guide them during the 'ty' superintendents, principals, maintained. Milking heavily with be done effectively and quickly.
good lesson plan. I I of a few years ago. The public has apprentice or beginning years. The teachers, culling upon them to cooperate pasture as the sole source of feed Incidentally, the practice: of
Time wait when the rural schools : felt that the courses offered in the former means should prevent voca- with him in an effort to reduce This causes loss the of cow to lose should weight.be clipping the cow all over before
were visited or inspected rather than 1! school were not preparing the children tional misfits in teaching; the latter, tire losses to school property In watched and extra feed given to>> turning to pasture not only makesit
her clean but it
easier keep ,
supervised. The superintendent visi- I to utilize to the utmost their Initiative discouragement because of isolation :i that State. The letter calls attention prevent the cow from becoming relieves the itchy condition that
ted the school once or, at most, twicea and ability. Their habits of or failure to meet the difficulties!! of 11 1 Ito the fact that rural schools, large thin, which will result in reduced! develops during the stabling;
year, offered! a word or two of encouragement < health, recreation, honesty, and new situation. | and small, rarely of fireproof struc- milk production later. months.
;' or, UM Homotimes happened thrift; their attitude towards leisure I Rural schoolhouse keys will turn ,| ture, ure left unlocked and unprotected With the coming of the sum Much of the milk produced in
or discouragement, to the and work; and their regard for regretfully in the lock at tho end of |i. during the unoccupied vacation mer season, new and interesting the country is hauled long distances
teachers and pupils, signed the register American ideals, were not all they the school year in just about the pro- period! and from Friday;! to Monday; problems present themsclvus : in large trucks. In sum
and was off for a visit to the they should be. Consequently. the Initiative I portion in which a State provides that the grounds and buildings are which concern the care of milk. mer if the cans of milk are not
school trustees. This kind of visitation was taken by people outside good buildings and equipment, clefinito > not properly cleaned and kept free The first warm nights are apt 10 protected from the sun before
hut its advantages! but can not the school field to remedy the situation. preparation and adequate super- | from accumulated inllamable waste' cause milk to sour unless summer leaving the farm, and :aytin: en-
care is practiced. It is important to route, it will be difficult to keep
properly be called supervision. Supervision vision for its rural teachers. 1 and debris. It suggests that: some ar- take precautions which will keep the milk sweet until it is used.
Implies improvement of class The W. C. T. U. and other organizations I Provision for reading material in '1 rnngement should be made for ade- down the number of bacteria and Every time a day's i ilk is returned -
room instruction. The real supervisor sought the introduction of rural communities through school or quote clearing up of buildings and prevent their growth. To do this to the farm, for whatever.
works with the teacher for improvement physiology and hygiene; bankers and 'other libraries is generally inade 'grounds and that a responsible caretaker milk must be produced under reason, there is a distinct fi 'an-
f of school organization, of class other business organizations advocated quate. A few States, notably Cali- 1 I be appointed for each ItchoolI clean conditions, be kept in thor cial loss. Only by producing a
room management! and especially of house. The insurance commissioner oughly cleaned utensils, and be sanitary milk and then taKing
more emphasis on honesty, thrift, fornia and Ohio, have extensive and raIUbe :
methods of instruction. He dues not and business training; labor organi- well worked-out county library plan I expresses his intention of having all I cooled as soon as possible alter care obtained of it can to satisfactory all concerne .
:it Inspect or criticize merely; hu talks zations and the farmers' grange requested Gradually other States are trying schools in the State inspected in the I comes from the cow
\ the situation over with the teacher the inclusion of instruction this or some other effective mean of I I! immediate future, with a view to !
"' and. offers, oonttructivimiggestlons in industrial work and! agriculture! ; providing reading for county communities : avoiding i tires. during the coming: \a- i

.' for improvement. The Louisiana parent's associations, lawyers, wo The Department of Education ,;, cation. i ij I; "LCL'ID(;! BETTER FERTILIZER CE MADE\ WE' ttOULD MAKE IT"
G pamphlet Is a sample of one of the men's clubs, and other organizations in the State of Alabama huts as j This is an excellent step in the
t t; many methods used by modern rural demanded courses bo offered in home an intergral part of the State pro- I right direction which other States :I Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment
1 may woll emulate. It sounds a warn- '
-- -- .- -- i I Ing which all school official: should Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,

Iheed, There are too many school Dusters and Dusts.

buildings on open country sites which Co. Jacksonville
E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Fla
] arc dangerous to the lives of children
as well! as constant hazards in the way
of loss. So these firetraps I
property long as
r are used for school or community I : 'Ve charge
I ty purposes they should be constant. ( your
ly protected as far as protection is YES 8 OKS

.A \ I possible.he eradicated The root until of all the such evil buildings will not I II I Storage Battery I In I


ar rfa Sunday next Is the last appearance Garage
of Dr. Bullen as pastor of the church
I' I As already announced, Dr. Bullen has j I II
been appointed to ucsist::: in advanced
I, work among the Baptist churches ink I II --
f a I Florida, ant this necessitates his j'
iv tirement from the pulpit' for 1'0-1'I GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

\ I present lie has a great work committed
to him, and he feels that the interest !:' & RITCH

and prayers of the people will REPItESENT:: = THE nEST LEADING
follow him.
On Sunday morning, at 11:00: there ,
will be a combined service of the ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

Bible school and the regular morning BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

it worship. The Bible school hour, MADE PROMPTLY
as Happens beginning at 0:13: ; will be given to the
regular lesson study, then all will
uuther for the special service.
The Senior, Intermediate and Jun-
---.. ......... ior B. Y. P. U. will meet at the usual

t hour, 7:00: p, m., followed by the evening -
worship when all tho depart I
mints of church activity will meet t bt t I
I One hundred years from now the history of Starke and I fur the final service. Bring your II

'''f community will be written in less than one hundredth of I friends and any visitors. -

the words now necessary to tell you of the happenings ,I Dll.Uj'OHO Beginning the COUNTY fifth Sunday REVIVAL In Maywe

and developments each week. But who wants to wait a I will conduct a revival for Brad- NAMES ((751- "'gs4MADI501v
ford county at the high school audi 1830
I hundred years to learn what is going on) torium, Starke, services at 8 o'clock lLri

'j p. m. Everybody welcome Espccii -
When you are a subscriber to the Bradford County T e1e- i'I' ally do we invite all of the churches Scot Taught
of Starke
to cooperate with us in this
-.' graph you have placed before you every week all the news I revival, believing it'will be a great '
blessing to each and all of them and Madison Thrift
of the d.\}'. Included with this news are the advertisements I to everyone who will attend. Come I I :

of home-town merchants out and let's have an old time revival
your offering and I
you new seasonable
of religion of our Lord and Savior
r': merchandise. Reading the ads only each week is ,'Jesus Christ Special song service President James Madison often re
ferred to the lessons of thrift
I each night. Rev. E. D. Boyer, evangelist taught:
\ an education in itself.Subscribe. i will do the preaching. 5-1-fit. I him when a youth by Donald Robert.

( a Scotch schoolmaster.
t The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Bead son.
( for the I end laxative ea..t.' L.xA-
now Telegraph Pi\tu' R"JM1a
I QUMNt.I Uahlns) can t:. taken I Thrift and banking go hand In hand.
I by SOY< nI *i>ti ut' ..".1001.nervuosuess or rinmng' '
I la tin he a. 1 E.W.GRulbo.iguuttuvuobu..Ioa: : I' Thrift means banking. Banking means

Only $1.50 per year !' thrift
IrI Oro'e's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Thrift and banking are national slogans .

<' Energy and Vitality by Purifying and I today --
I : Enriching the Blood. When you feel its

' strengthening, invigorating effect see how See us at ooc about your banking
Bradford I It brings color to the cheeks and how
; 1 County Telegraph j it Improves the appetite you will then

appreciate its true tonic value. .
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply : .*-- _-' v. : ,I. gyrtrr.: | +1IZI1I
4I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
: ,3 I|, pleasant even children like It The blood Bradford County BankBradford
J' needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON to I
I Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs: and
| Grip germs by Its Strengthening, lnvigor.i County' Financial; Stronghold
1r f I, sting Effect 60c. Established 1889

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