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 12, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02285
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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--Establishe'c-- ."lS79---- : ------Subscription:':Per:; Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75c.:"" Payable_i in Ad a e."E.. 8. Matthews, Owner.
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Did You Ever Stop To Think?


By E. R. Waite, Secretary, Shawnee, Okla., Board of


-- 1 I' THAT the interest hotel and restaurant men have in I _- I_ _-_ --_-_-
ThU Section Attracting Investors RESOLUTIONS--: I II the communities they serve is a force that 1.11" teSt :Movement of ('urn Hl'I"'rlt.tJ' i I'IAlIl)\II.\S\ 1 i\iMMiis: :

From Other I'arts of State I i Whereas our bel"\ ed and worthy I them ahead. a" Heavy Duringevk.. I IN: I I'Ut! :NKUtM: :SJT.SIIO.OOO: '
I pastor lr.! J. J. Bullen, who has so I II '
Sales of farm acreage over the I faithfully served us for the past four THAT hotel and restaurant men always radiate n During the past ten dii s the moment \ Lets Tlllrl} "t't'ollli 1'l.ne j, in hare fop
count.y continues to go on at a'' years has resigned to accept a call to'' of watermelons corn, t tmtuiioe-,
!spirit' of optimism and progressiveness which I Foreign :.Miirkvls.,
steadily! increasing while lots I : and beans fioni Starke have
pace I special work in connection with the' run nearly -
And business properties in -Sturke arc Baptist\ State Mission Hoard which!' helps to build towns into cities and keeps the I 30) curs for the period a sola express I
being bought up at good prices! wherever -,I offers a wider field for his ability, wheels of industry moving forward at a rapid car moving daily in addition Lumber, anil nnvul stores shipments, 4
obtainable. Indications point to and | rate. .0. the car lot shipments by freight. The aluoii.t i enabled Florida to establish !,i
increased activity among the bust- I' Whereas mindful of above figures do not include the movement i U prestige ns an exp"i-t state 11III:.!"
we are the
ness properties, several large sales I|1 splendid and helpful service he has ,j THAT hotel and restaurant men know there is only by open express to nearby according tu Htiilistuh.. just released

reported as having been made during! rendered the church and the comruunI one way, and that way is forward. points. 11111'11lthld) / period! twelve by the Dcnurimciu of (.onmnterve.
the past week! which, However, have ity by his upright life, the Scrip- I cars of watermelons were brought; in Reaching/ total vtiluiit, i h'lI.' of $:!;,41iIl11101 ,-
not been filed. for record. tural haracter of his sermons, the I THAT hotel and restaurant men are fired with the on i the! Wunnee brunch from Bruoker, > ;, \Florida socureil I ihn "-8ecnnt1
The outstanding feature of thisweek's I : and pi m.i' i in the I'a'u..f t the stales foe
wonderful building up of the Spiritual joy of service. Sampson City other shipping ,
realty deals is the purchaseby life of the .church seen especially'' points along the line. I lomKii; inaikets. South (Car'hna, I immediately -
the Midland Realty Co. of Jacksonville 1 in the attendance, the interest and THAT hotel and restaurant men, in massed forma- Going out b}' open express daily leading Flurulu) .. hud exports -
,. of the following Starke the consecration in all the services of I tion are making the road of and are heavy shipments of squashes, I amounting to. slightly over
progress pros- ,
I $:!:!iXOOUOO) ( for tin under
properties: the church, notably in the mid-week "j I' chickens and eggs, while the shipments year reI -
Lot perity for their business and sweeping on to v u'\\ while Ncbruxkn, to ,
80x271 feet corner Madison prayer service, and in the cheerful of eggplants! are increasing; I.Mmida runner-up 4:
and Walnut streets, from L. A. Davis. willingness of the members to give i their goal. daily. i I I fell behind to the sum of
Lots 1 find 3, block 10, original themselves, their time and their | The express platform presents one'I' over $7,000,000. Thu ftnl trade of the
town of :Starke, from F. F. Stump. money to the cause of Christ and j I HOTEL and restaurant men are men who have won I of the busiest scenes known (In ninny I I United: States with foreign/ countries .'

I The Powell store building, corner Whereas, his leadership has been clean victories before ; men whose lives are an years the largest portion of which, is ,\ for hfuaO.|I the! |' past:\ year iimiiunled' to |4.,. ;' I
Call and Walnut streets, from L. C. along lines of spiritual uplift and covered with crates and hampers of I I I
Powell. higher ideals ever standing nobly for open book to all. I tomatoes, corn nnd beans being made ;1' shipments of lumber for the your '
The Eastman home property on the right and openly condemning ready for shipment. Trucks and vvugons amounted to $7,007U! and easily
West Call street, from L. II. East wrong, therefore, HOTEL and restaurant men find it both business and | keep the space filled\ with tomaI I led the' list of exports. Then came

man.The 131IT RESOLVED: That the I pleasure to take an active part in the up-build I tOl'S. while a Miuud| of packers sort .rosin) exports, valued at ,2I1,71JIJ; r
M. L. Johns residence property church extend to Dr. Bullen our esi i ing and betterment of the home city. nnd wrap the tUllilltc",'... They are then F i fertilizers nnd! lUll lurillis. $iilIItJ\31.( :\
on Madison street, from M. L. teem and best wishes in the new workto crated ii imi placed.. in waiting i cars. |I'and spirits of tuipentmc, with valuations
Johns. which we believe God has called { Prices being pnid .l"nii I I prudme is of $;\\aU, iii.,;:
Among other transactions in liim and further that the church extend good.' Those truckeres who have the! |!i t l Exports amount i MM to over $1001 -
Starke" realty are the following: to his family the use. of the -- F! eiuly lima beans ready for market 1 000,1)00) ) fOI' the )'('111' auto attained by
A. D. Andrews of Raiford to C. A. pastorium until another pastor is I ,ill t'' realizing the liitfhus(. price 1'lIi,1' in eleven states of tho llftv-two status
Futch-Old Bradford Hotel lot on1 1 called and further Douglas Murdered Kelly Is I this section. I land regions/ included. ill 1 Ihu tahulalion. '
Thompson street. 1 BE IT RESOLVED, That a copy of l.uvvlcy :Movement Active I I TlwyVel'e Texan, with figures/ J
Bradford County Dank to Mrs. : these! resolutions be placed on the I From the Lawtey section tIme ship-, I I i'f $;.-!;,:.'IH\l27\ ; New York. $7:11,61)8-: )
]>aisy Bamlel( of Sommole county- minute book of the church, and that I Verdict Returned By Jury :;1 I nicnts l hy freight of corn hnvilieen, 1 r.OU: ; Pennsylvania $:JimL'it,16ij: :\ :!! I ; ; Illinois
The Drew Alvarez property, corner !i i a copy, be sect_to the lI'ltis.tXitness! i F averaging: u cur u ,day while from $:-', ),:\|.1,279| :! ( ; California $gMih .
Call and Day streets. |I anu a copy to Inc urouioru county i F two to four hundred packages' / lire ( 1,210:! ; New Jersey" $223,92l,2fit:! :\ \ I .'
Curtis Smith to J. C. Pittmnn of Telegraph. Only' 21 I :Minutes Required to Decide) Rv.tN(;EI.I Silt' HKOlllKIUIOOI! )( l) I|I being shipped' dully' by express. It Is'1 Louisinna, $::.'2N I 17iJ:!:! I; Michigan( I III fot"Ik*'
Nassau county-Lot 105x105 feet, Approved and adopted by the First Negro >> as Guilty of "' 1I1i1l1{. F i I expected the movement of corn will ']] $177H7llt.-j I ( |; Virginia/ $I 50,1101,2281 I' .
105: feet from southwest corner of Baptist church of Starke June 7, This ormiDi/.iition,, will meet In more than double Madison and( Thompson streets. I 925. Jacksonville, June 1U.-After hearing tegular IHI-IIICSS,, session Thursday, weeks' One of the largest crops III'F with IIIl'I'<'hIl11lIlsl', valuations of
E. T. Campbell t15 5 C. F. and J. C.I J. F. KICKLITER. testimony! for three days and evening eight, o'clock at Baptist ears leported. as nearly ready for $I 1 1,1 l8.1ul.! | Mimiexolu, with ship F 1'
Hoover-Lots 6, 8. Block 24, J. M. Chairman Board of Deacons.W. arguments by counsel for the! state I I church :Slarke." I Kev Hicks, pastor of murkot.SENATE. lI..nlK'alue. ), l)0!) ), was just I',
.Johns tidd to Starke. T. WEEKS. and defense for another day the jury ]I church at \Vuldo, has been invited to I outside (if. the 'first eleven! states,
Among: the deals reported for Chairman Board of Trustees. trying Will Douglas, negro, for the deliver an inspirational address at tN"l' CONSIDER: ( ; I[ while Nevada, with exports amount .
farm ream's were the following: murder of former Motorcycle Officer ] this meeting. ,, 57 KMKK.MK: : ; A (i K: I ing to but $:J'IJ,41.'i. I:!, I hrought' / I up the _
.1. II Hitch and G. M. Inman to CAR STOLEN FRIDAY William J. Kelly last Labor Day, took I'I A Gospel team will be Hunt from ear uthe entire lint.I .
Midland( 1 Realty Co.-31 acres in 26- but 21 minutes\ yesterday! morning/ ,I the Brothei'hood to hold services! Sunday I Bill to Pension Confi'dernla Veilrun'sWidow This Is the first time in the history
622.J. Friday a stranger, drove in Starke return a verdict of guilty without i the 1 1th at eleven o'clock at the I Defeated. |I I of iovernmcnt! trade.statistics! aa.ei'rding '
J. Thomas to G. W. Sapp-40 and parked his Ford car near the recommendation of mercy. The verdict -I Heilbronn Springs church. I I -- I] to Dr. Julius Klein, director
acres in 14-6-20. I the electric chair for It is the of the Brotherhood Tallahassee. June .'{. Tho Flnridii ,
I Bradford County Bank. When he returned means I aim to nf the Bureau of Foruign and<1 I Domestic ) '
Paul Bros., of Lake City to L. H. a few minutes later the car Douglas if no new trial is grantedand assist in keeping/ the doors of the senate today declined to go on 'record Commerce, under whose charge
Partridge-Tract in 15722.L. lens gone, and he was told that someone the case is not curried to the 1 part tim churches open and assist in as declaring fifty-seven "extreme the figures.. weiu, compiled, that an attempt -
V. :Moore to K. B. Alvarez-40 had drove the car off during his supreme court. Sunday school and B. V. 1' U. organization age" und in the discussion of tho I, has been made t" show the rela -
acres in 27-6-22. absence. The theft was reported to Douglas took his fate calmly, maintaining I !: work where it in needed. Any question immediately!, preceding udver.su tive yearly standing/ of the dilfurent
G. :M. Inman to Chas. C. Norton-- the officers who took up the search, the same attitude he has kept churches, who would like tho help of action experienced what IIILMII- tales und regions of the Union in .
40 acres in 31622. I V,ut in their absence the owner of the throughout the trial. lie had nothingto a Gospel team should communicatewith hers declared to have been, the react' the never ending/ struggle' for foreign ,
J. L. Green to G. M. Inman-40 : ''car also disappeared!, ami nothing has say about the verdict except that Mr. I D. W. Moore, secretary! amusing ten minutes of the session.. II || trade. 1".iron'ny' nlllciiil I I trade.' figures
acres in 31-6-22. [ been heard, of either the car or theownt'r. he. hoped the people of Jacksonville Theresnu, Fla. I IKA1D.S I The circus began when :.Senator I i guve only I the, port fnnn which IIhlp.1I1l.1I. .
were satislied. He also expressed the I I, Knight of Brudfiird, county, called, up I Ii. were cleared... Inland, producers
lO.'i:; Lots Purchased C. L. PeekC. ,
by could right I STILL IIIN R.\ I)(lt'.t ltIEIIM ll"use Kill No. IIU7 ,
wish that the end come \ introduced by desirous, j "f lindiiiK "lit t what I agricultural .
L. Peek has purchased 105 lots | after the trial and that the days of :' CLAY lOUNTY: Kcpresentalive, l Register, of Union, I ami manufactured' goods I
in the Livingston, Truby & Company's :| Legislators Leave waiting/: in solitary confinement would I seeking: by special net to place IIpon'' from, tImer regions wanted.. the Corn-ciimo
addition to Starke, lying north {, ,not be many. I Sheriff Weeks and Deputy Qulg-: | the pension rolls the widow of a I Confederate men. ,. I Depurtmcnt' I. to adopt soma
and east IIf the station. These lots j trial ley, of Green Cove in Veteran of his
I The end of the long/ was afittinll' Springs/ were county. otliei s ,"t"III." The ouicimie the
are well I I located and in u seitioii t nt" Capital; GovernorIs climax to one of most interesting I Starke Tuesday seeking the assistance 1 The prcumblo recited that the new compilation which, Is bated was .
: prlin-
Starke that will develop rapidly, during criminal cases ever tried here. of the Bradford olllcials in local- widow was of the "extreme ago "f l">7 ui'ily on thrminh-liills-iMailing, and
/ the next! few months. Judge/ Daniel A. Simmons had charged ing n still somewhere near the coun- years" Senator I Hodges started the I I ii'i'cfort', i in the castof some. states
RECEPTION AT THE :MANSE Highly PraisedMuch ,I and they had retired. The minutes ty line east of Starke. The Clay county bull I'ullinwhen/ he requested Sena- ,I lelledh, but a part of their total foreign -
seemed long/ while speculative glanceswere officers were working on what i I tar Knight to yield for a question. trade and for others include
The men of Presbyterian church shot at the oaken door behind proved to be a sure tip and easily I lie desired, to know the ugu of the uo"ds: produced elxewherc. Thu. element
gave a most delightful reception : Constructive Legislation Pass which the twelve jurors were con-.. located. the outfit a short distance! prop"sL'd pensioner. Further question of seninnul Ihictutation, -
Thursday evening in compliment to I'd on Recommendation of suiting. Finally the sign/ was givent, across the line. Fifteen barrels of lag ,developed the fact that tho wo- ;,i j Director. Klein should also be consid suysi
the ladies of the church and also to Chief Executive. that the jury wished to report. mash and a copper still of sixty gal. lIIun (married' (the veteran HI: >enrs c cold ered.
the new members who have recently | A dead hush fell over the court Ions capacity, were destroyed! by the! ( In ItlL'O.:! and that he. died in 1112! 1. j
been received. Tallahassee, June 7.-Visible traces I I room as the jurors filed silently out ofiicers. At the time of the raid the 1 Senator Mulonu, of Key West, moved -- (, \HLLI.UIIUII'STJoII i : :
About tifty !guests gathered at the of the 1U25; session of the Florida' nf their room, at 11:10: o'clock. Thomas ollU'prs could not find l anyone in the that the "preamble be stricken ut'- i..OK. IIA\ IM: ; SluNK F
manse mid spent a happy social eve legislature rapidly were disappearing H. Smith, who was chosen foremanof neighborhood, und no ,rests i were! c'IIII'inhl' didn't lieliiivo the senate I
ning. J. :M. :Mitchell was chairman of tonight with all members who had the jury carried in his hand the made. should 1 economically accept tho assertion J. U!. Williams mure fumlll.irly,
the reception committee and also energy enough left to travel departing small slip of paper on which the verdict -, ------ that 07 years/ wus "extremo 1 {known in Sturke us 'lluiipy"Vil..
grave thc address of welcome to which for home. Only a few tired out was written and also the chargeto I' 11)..." It brought a laugh. :Senator liitma wits arrested by Sheriff Kp!: person .
Mrs. Ed L. Brown responded. Mrs. by the strenuous hours of the last the jury l by Judge Simmons. The Col. A. Z. Adkins Smglctary then <.Ie"'urc'tth.l ., priu-tlco I IIntl Chief Kite Tuesday, for hav '
II. A. Tucker delighted her hearers three weeks, remained behind to rest verdict was taken by T. M. Brown comparatively young women wedding lug/ shine In his posseHsion.. A search
with the humorous reading, "The up.Tonight clerk of the court, and handed to Is Appointed 8th i I / aged veterans apparently for of I the premises 10 veil led' nearly two
Bride's First :Marketing" and games the stately old capitol Judge Simmons who after asking I nothing but, the prospect' of u penI gallons, of shine It IM understood that:
and music were also enjoyed. building had again assumed its usual the usual question as to the unanimity Circuit I sum, which would 1 bt'coniu elfectiTo at hI will be 'held for circuit court, this
W. E. Davis, clerk, called the air of quiet and peacefulness, with of the verdict, read the words that Judge i, an early ditto, was not right. He also | 'being his. second olfunKc.
names of the new church membersand its lobbies deserted by the lobbyistwho meant the life of the defendant. I p.i id his respects to the. statement In''
as they responded they were so patiently, yet tenaciously, ---- ------ I I Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke wasnppuintcI !1 the bill that 57 was "extreme ago"I KtjLIP.MKNT: :: DEl|Nh PLACED!
presented with a white flower by hung on until the last moments of DIJ. J. J. Ul'LLEN'S :NEW WORK circuit, jucltru( of the Kighth: I|I and 1 kept the senate! in a titter with \roit) __IL\lC/J.l{/ >4l'IU'A'JXo.
Miss fame Uglow and :Ml is. Louise the brief extra session of one day's 'JuiJni.il I Circuit ,bv (liovernoi, :Muitin IlIrc'U' tiC remarks. I Purt ',4 the
equipment for
Fernandez. duration that came to an end late Writing in the Florida Baptist Wit- lust Thursday and the appointment, Senator Knight then sought to explain ( hnrdKurfa11I1 *
Refreshments of ice cream nnd last night. ness of June .1th, Dr. :S. B. Rogers, wu confirmed by the senate Friday the worthiness of the widow thirteen (between that portion' of state road
Although it was necessary for him secretary of Baptist State Missionsin Thin the hut was by Senator Highland und Max-
cokes were served by the following morning. Hives eighth circuit interrupted Tay- viiI<, has arrived and 1 it
gentlemen-: II. Young, J. M. to hold the members over for the extra Florida says this "f himself and two, judlllJs.udg'e/ Adkins being lor, of St. Augustine, who asked what I entire .- is stilted the
day to complete of the the work klr. Bullen will enter upon: she} should be equipment ami crews will be
Mitchell S. E. Ritch and R. F. Clark. passage appointed to assist Judge A. V. Long/ pensioned for. located within the next few
-- ---- general appropriations bill, Governor Finding it impossible to go afield of Pulutka, in bundling the judicial I Senator Cue, of I'unnacola, tho of t the brlducs bus days. One
PICNU' FRIDAY AT :Martin described the 1925) session as at this time' we have secured! the mutteis of this circuit. vourigext' member of the body, condudcd completed
KELLY SCHOOLIIOrSE perhaps one of the most important in services of Dr. J. J. Bullen and he The Eighth.. circuit( in ono of the the debate In this WISP: "!\fill'{j' II and'ihorl I it I is detour nriw,. IlL'i'ec'iary! to make only
the state's history. In support of his will go on the field about June Hth in largest in tho state served by one! President: 1 rise to supplement, the of round the bridga ,in s si'ilrse
The picnic planned for Friday at statement in this connection he directed the interest of the Kelly schoolhouse by the attention to tome of the more and while he will do what his hands' the territory to cover proved to he Fourth, district (!Mr. Singletury) and SILVER TEA- -- -
Stark Grower; Association will be important measures passed, including find t<> do wherever! he goes, he in going too much for one circuit judge to I t" answer the mention, of the gentleman -
one of the big events In this sectionof the provision for cold storage plants, / primarily in the interest of the 1 handle and the extra judgeship was from' the Thirty-first (Mr. Tay The ladles of St.: Murk's, Kpi: '"pnl'
) Hi.idfnril, ; "ount .. Commissioner L.M aid to rural schools free text books I Centennial. created lor). I urn not an expert upon senile church, will entertain at a Silver Pen
:! RinidtMr.. : Brown, of the Un,- for public school children, regulationof I Brother Bullen! is well preparod,> The appointment of Judge Adkinsto Direction like the gentleman, from the ut the Woman's Hub Weclm] ''*da, <, ,
versm'dairy department, and :Mr. fishing and hunting. [ having had .considerable field experience. / this post will meet with the hearty Fourth hut so eminent an authority Ius I June 17th at p. in.
:Mnhrofr the University poultry One of the most far reaching acts and splendid training. He is I approval of the bar with whom he Sir William Blackstonn has ail, I I A mu.sicul proirrum" will be rcndei.,
'I'\ n uili-t have advised the committee of the session, in the opinion of the I ,diplomatic, rcligous, courteous and has been associated for many years that people who marry/ at this age are ud.< The! |irou-cdi, from the tea will l-o
in barge that they would he present. executive and passed in compliancewith fraternal.. Wherever he goes he will during his practice in this circuit. Ho hcin'T/iry members of the marital cs- applied/ t.., the fund for repair on
Thi-e ,l'l\t.men! will be in position his urgent appeal was that appropriating I abide by the will of the hrethern and I I is well qualified for the honor shown t.ite, enjoying, a title without nil of- church property, chiefly painting thi-
to five the farmer many valuable $:!i\OOOO for establishment the pleasure of the church, but we| him bv the .governor. and his, many ill",.. If this be the tlmo when tho church and rifctory.
pointers in dairying and poultry raising of industrial plants at state In- I beg for him a courteous hearing anda I fri(-mis, are extending their .congratulations. gentleman from the Thirty-first asks Fur several years St Murk's church
a- well n.s the proper manner in "titutions. Governor Martin has fraternal hand. lIe will d" our people i what we should pension her for, I bus stood by vari"uR. organization,
which to market their products. shown much interest in these institutions I good and we trust God may -- ""iilimit! that the answer should bo for the community and all things for the
Make your plans) to attend the picnic. ha'lnarepeatedly expressed| abundantly bless. him and bless the i CAMP IMMOK.VLER TO nothing." uplift of the town without. appealing
Bring your basket filled with himself to the effect that something work. UIol'lnu:: : SOON The bill was defeated by a vote of for aid in nny way. The need taf
ent- and spend the day. should be done to make it possible for { About June 8th he will head to- Jacksonville June !t.--Plans for theop..n'ng' 22 f 3. money for repairs hits arrived and
them to pay at least a part of their :, wards the Western part of the State. of Camp Immokalec, on the the ladies. In charge issue, a general
UNION TEMPERANCE %IEETIXr; I own way. lie believes this will be accomplished I F Many brethern have been advised al- hanks of Lake Brooklyn were outlined I'KKSHVTKIUAN: : invitation to all who feel an Interest
through establishment ofI ] ready of hi. coming. Some of course,, yesterday at a meeting,' of the in thirf"rt.; / t<> attend, the tea.
The regularUnion Temperance In I the plants provided for by the ap will find it impossible to have him i Y. M. C. A. boys' work committee, Sunday school at 10 a. m. '
meeting will be held at 8 o'clock propriation. It 11 likely that an announcement address their people at the appointed I and announced by Fenner E. King, Preaching at II a. m. and 8 p. m. IIOOVhU.FinCII I IfEALTY Ct: ). '
the Presbyterian church. An Interesting The will be made at an early hour but In making/ a long trip, it is i boys' work secretary of tho usiociai :Mid-week prayer service Wednes
/ program is belnaarranaed.. date of some form of organization to i necessary to take the work as we i tion. The camp, which is sponsored day at H p. m. The latest addition to the realty
new laws passed by the legislaturewill handle the installation of the plants, i reach it and meet the circumstance .i i by the Y. M. C. A., will open July 6 Subject of morning sermon-The firm of Starke is the, IIooviir-FutcB
be discussed. Also the general which will not be done until a thorough I best we can. No embarrassments will I and remain open through August, It Beautiful Gat*. Realty Company composed of
progress of law enforcement. investigation has been made of J :, attend Brother Bullen on account of' is. stated There will be a Union Temperance ;Messrs. C. F. and J. C. \Hoover and
A cordial invitation is extended to similar plants in other states. | unfavorable conditions, and we sin- A full program has been mappedout meeting In the church at the hour of C. A. Futch. The gentleman composing -
all To attend. Veteran legislator expressed the! cerely trust the brethern will allow for the entire camp period, during evening service. the firm sri old residents of
- -- Starke
Dock Harvey is spending a fewdaYM opinion that few governors ever accomplished -i no embarrassments to attend them. which it is expected several huni and well qualified' to make a
in Starke before Joining his l ns much in the way of i We are meeting this one condition an i dred boys will attend camp. The lit N. G. hayes, Jr., of Je.upl.GIt.., success In their undertaking./
show company. Mr. Harvey has beenin i getting throueh their recommen the Veterans Hospital in Lake 'ions as did Governor Martin at this i I homeless churches or we must aban- the (construction of an athletic field. 'Hayei, and family Thursday and -
the fact that vir- don the fields. Let not abandon Boats are the lake for the ( Friday. The
It'ity: for the past three months for session pointing to us i on mae of normal will open Monday
treatment. he being compelled to leave tually every recommendation contained them no long as it is humanly possible i the boys. A trained corps of leaders Jane 15th and continue two monthn
M!! company during the winter on account in his message was favorably act- I to stay. Please help Dr. Bullen wher.t and instructor has been engaged for Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Hare's spent! Tutitinn will be $7.00l month.S. .
of general breakdown in health. ed upon. t ever he goes. S. B. ROGERS. the camp period. -- Friday in Jacksonville. S. DOWLI 'G.

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r after the new grass was well started,
section the quality
; In an agricultural the cattle were driven into them in
of the soil lit, of course, the first
t the evening: and kept over night, and
consideration. sIn tY incidentally, a few pints of milk

1013 the national agricultural were squeezed from the cows that
; department made a soil survey of would allow such a liberty to be tak-

Bradford county--one of the few en. This penning lasted for a couplecf

counties of the state that have been months, The big trees in the pens

granted; this favor. Many cla"Hii of were then "deadened" by cutting a

i' soils were found, but the distinction ring in the bark around them and the
between them cannot be seen by th- smaller ones cut down. The biggest

nK' layman. If we disregard solent I Ihairsplittings routs were grubbed out and burnout,

the quality of our
may be expressed as Handy lonm Th- r plow and a weak pony proceeded, l

"ti surface soil i is decayed vegetal.I.-' "it I to "tear up" the land. Later it wa-

ter mixed with more or l Ic-s lin made up into high beds and planted

sand. In the Hand strains are Iml, I 1I I t-> yellow yams, the finest of all the

I, up mineral plant food, which t-
solved out of them by water with ih-, extinct. The following year the land

d aid of the carbonic acid present 'in. was planted to sugar cane. The fertilizer

01 the soil, and lime and pota h -np-" left by the cattle wore away
plied by the tiller. The vegetable moM j"' after a few years but no more was
keeps the plant food from leukin, ; ..... 1
t ', ". ,... given.
away, and it also attracts moisten' '
: "'J ..
and nitrogen from the air. ; New arrivals into the county, v. ho
understood the value of manuring the
What constitutes the real distinction,,,,
f. land, encouraged others to follow
of soil is the subsoil -
between the kinds
1 their example. Cotton seed) swamp
and more or less slope to facili,
muck mixed with chemicals, Peru-
tote drainage.: The hest is thut who. li vian guano, "patapuco," and other
has clay near the surface nod whi. I h, mixtures were used in turn. At lat

has sufficient slope to afford natural' the practice narrowed down to (!"1'I I
drainagn for surplus water. Tin- l'I I
man kainit for field crops, almost
poorest soil' is underlaid with fir-I.t' clusively. The kainit contains onlynotnsh

barren white sand then a stratum of. mixed with salt, and though

J' 'hnrdpnn, impervious to water, nnd 'no' potash and ammonia were "1'-
having little or no slope. Tint n
plied yet it produced good crops. The
, there must always be waste- pun r--,
I "on. was, probably that the potash
" such land is allowed! to grow: inn' and salt corroded the grains of sand

J timber, which springs up spontaneously I 'red dissolved out the plant food they
I and is vnluablc'ft turpr-nla
, lontained. It was feared by many
j\ ing or timber or fire wood. I Hint these corrosive chemicals! would

L A belt about three miles wide al",," jfi course of time eat up the vegetable!

the! eastern border of the county, h i i Hitter in the soil and thereby make

I. rather flat land, and much of it wa t -turtle, but this fear has proven
unfit for cultivation for lacki I on.!rounded. Though vegetable matter

drainage, the natural stream ..hll" I is a great help to our soils, it'ms

,I f I folio, having been filled up, us men -,'. that what little is supplied, by
tionc-d In our ]last issue. Hut the, rn< 1 u unine under the weeds during culti-
terprising landowners in that tern' \.ition, is sufficient It must be under- '

tory decided to remedy this evil and t <0",1, '! that the fertilizers applied also
: in I IJU! formed the East Stur-k. ,iJ y ramie' a heavy growth of weeds.
Drainage/ District. The insuflu "n n''
water courses were made deep) wi-l" 1. :Since' the strawberry and general

k\ and, straight unit,! auxiliary dilh> Mucking began special fertilizers
were dug where they would do th.) : I' l I rn 1 l--i-nme' necessary, and they work
most good.1 Canals and ditches th 'I
v under Yet in comparison with the
constructed aggregated over I cut amounts of fertilizers used in
9 t miles in length, and 17,000 a, ic
< 'the large trucking sections of this

" f,' were drained redeemed lands were for cultivation found exec-Mont The < 4. :: .,.. 4 : )::::L r I and other states, one is surprised!

k ., J ever the quantities used here. This
i fur all crops grown here.
proves, that our soil is both rich and
The lands around the lakes mid

the lower portions of the stream, PriLCVinning Exhibit at l the! Flo.ida State Fair, Jacksonville, Florida something-elf renewing to ;dissolve all that out is required the plant is

where the valleys have boon deep for
d _. .. ... _. food locked up in the sand.
surface and =--- _.- _.- ... -._ .-. --- -. -- --- =-
centuries, have enjoyed ------- -- -- ----- -- -- --- -

underground/ drainage so long till the On every piece of land here of any
considerable IIzlnjt, and in consequence, where wus then thoroughly comminuted by size is generally found a bay or
soils have become aerated to a corn formerly produced from five to tlii- discs, till it was fine enough for

depth, and they are, therefore, ten bu.ihcls to the acre, it now gives the plants, while the lime helped to cypress pond, or at part of one. Here

J rich warm and easily tilled. from 25 to 50 and 1 l'vun0(\ bushels .'iII'-1' rot the vegetable matter and neutralize i j. muck to be had, which, pulverized

Corn club boys'' contests have shownan ,ry'"A. rY ihi- acids formed during decom- and mixed with lime make- rood
The early farmers were as averse '
even higher yield. 1. 1 position. and lasting fertilizer. The muck attracts -
t.. drainage as to fertilizing Where
Bradford county became aware of r .. The result was bumper crops. Our ammonia and moisture from
their fields lacked natural drainage, her possibilities in 11)17. In the be. -. ..... farmers had "found" themselves. The the air, and the lime dissolves the

their crops suffered every year from ginning of that year the country called '4. big prices paid them for their products sand and gives lime to the plant
too much water, when the rainfall upon all the farmers t" do their enabled them to buy labor-sav-
i was plentiful, or from drouth when it best in producing provisions ns the ,01; ill!: implements, strong; draft animals If we have been rather diffusive on

the roots of the plants outcome of the World War into whichour . less
was so, as
country had just (entered depended labor stared them in the face and wished to prevent the newcomer from
could not go deep enough to find entirely the food supply that
upon ; ," lack of fertilizers compelled more
+ moisture. Ten bushels of corn to the the United States could furnish. T.> .1\'\- thorough cultivation. During the five forming an unfavorable opinion about

s acre was considered a bumper crop this demand our farmers answeredin \;d .fr 1": >ears, from 1917! to 1922, no potash the soil found here, as Its appearanceis

under theso conditions. a most effective way, and they astonished WitS put on the land, and only a few against it when compared with
themselves and their friends ; 'J ; favored spots received what little the rich looking dark soils they may
Since then the farmers have learned : .l' barnyard l to be had and
with what they made the land pro. ia\ d manure was have been accustomed to see at their
that drainage is a necessity. They 31 still big crops were produced. This
I duce with almost no fertilizer, for the I" "I>-' former homes. But
have dug ditches, but mach of the "M ... shows that Bradford county soil renews appearances are
potash, the principal ingredient of .
itself and will do so indefinitely. often misleading. And newcomersshould
without "
surface drainage made they through got thewoods the commercial fertilizers, and f.!: : :. .1 A Self-Henewing Soil not forget that our growth-;
The ruts
which was produced in Germany, '. '
.1 inspiring climate, copious rainfalls
.. In the different
of the
carts and county
wagons '
by heavy log could not be had. So acting the ;(; ';L .. 1
upon ."< .. may be seen fields that have been Inconstant and constant exposure of the soil to
successive "
I have, through knowledge that "tillage is manure," cultivation for 60 73
't t. from to that wonderful chemist the sun-
ditcheswere !t' :.1 '
been eroded Into ditches; : .(
JI"1" ,
the ;;
farmers stirred the soil .
dug along the railroads, and more .,' .. -' <....,..t.tt r, years, and during that time have received snow never covering it out of siirht-
frequently than had hitherto been ,
no fertilizers except chemicals. makes extrodinary richness
until .
the trails that ,
sometimes along .
the custom. Much new land was broken "N l '. No crop rotation except corn and cotton sary here. In fact, a too richoil
roads.,) In the
lately passed I as public 'n :
up as well as old fields that had \ : in alternate years, and no vegetable would be a detriment rather than a
nineties the laVes west cf ,
early /grown up in briers and saplings.\ Under ; matter has been added to the benefit. Nature regulate these thintr-
Starke were lowered, about six feet by 1:4 '
the ordinary process such new J soil except the weeds turned under wisely.
means of canals, and the effects of
land had required three years to get during cultivation. And still these "
y this drainage are visible miles away. rid of its "sourness," in other words iI i ij.. 11M.T f, Jl T .UH '1 iI'l .1"111I ;...... old! fields yield good crops when tilled 0, "land of sand, 0, humbug
Then with the improved road l within grand, was heard in connection with
; the complete rotting of roots and right.
deal FJorida in the long ago. But though
the past few years came a great
trash, but this our farmers could not Cup Award Biad C ( Exh.bit; During the primitive epoch of the
I of ditching-In fact, with the road >r MIVV or' t we must acknowledge the sand no
A wait for, so they procured disc har- county the farmer was, first of all, a
one who see the endless trains
came a drainage district covering the Shown Above car-
rows and lime to do the work. The
cattle man. Pens were built on a
entire county, and almost as valuableas rying the products of Florida sand to
lime was strewn over the land, which of
piece wood land and in the spring,
tho roads themselves. With all the North will longer maintain that

i this ditching farmers have no difficulty Florida claims for superiority was
in finding ojtlets for their supplementary I based. on false pretenses. As to land

drains. For the remaining eight weeks the following subjects will be taken up in order named: Products -let us bless it. Its refractory nature
allows Florida to exist. If the soil of

The Awakening ((2 issues); Live Stock, Dairying, Etc.; Transportation Facilities; Society, Schools, Resorts, Etc.; Inducements our state were like those of Illinois

Besides believing in drainage and for Settlers; Resume. Iowa or Ohio, the tropical;, rains

deeper plowing these days no one would long ago have washed the peninsula -

would think of farming without ferti- out into the sea.

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:


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





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Petersburg, are enjoying; their honeymoon -
mil! C4.Tt.RIIH 3IKl)ll i oil!: will I
do what! we clu m f t yt' eystomof at Kmgsley lake. Mr. Cady Is a
Newt of Florida in Short. Paragraph Catarrh, or li;;.ifnr-,: c.. fa :'7 s"n of Mrs. .F. B. C'ady.

.' ... ...- ..-...-......---..-...-.-.enw.wwiwu. Can: ."4 "'."T Utlu' )!...-III-,!) :Ii IiPr Legislative Proceedings ] Much building is going on along
Hint of ail Uulv.. the shores of the lake, denoting the
: hnn'I:: :
J Relieves the catarrhal .tl anil growing appreciation of the beautiesof
e State News ,.? Internal Medicine a Tonic which
rsrwwrLisn. J this
.t" Blood the Mucous3urfacrs
through the on
of Doll of section
posal Representative .
j : thus Featured normal conuli ( ; Mr U. R. C.id-Aill! !, Canton N. O.;
..... ..r.-.rr4w.-.r '! ... DeSoto county to make it unlawful j l Winifred Puce, Deo Cad>', Jacksonville -
Ic'i by AruKKtsta for over 40 Tears.f. to drink liquors as a beverage in ,I BRAINLESS: 0
'. 1 ; Lieut. Robinson, Mr. andIrs.\ .
Chenejr 4h Co. Toledo. Ofelo.cale.
Told by Our Exchange: Florida killed In the house. |l D. B. Pcdric and son, Miss Mitr'n It is told of a certain school professor *

At the South Florida fair last Stop look and, listen bill which
would have required all motor vehicles iii*, \ ii'iginiu, ; K. R. Harold!. Orlando; ,
year Mr. Froitzheim won first prize injurious t" the brain.
Tallahassee Governor John W. ,1000:; ( acres of land in Marion, Alachua for the best display of dasheens. Ills to come to a full stop 50 feet from a j Kay Masters, Foster Conway, llaiI i-I "No," replied! the professor, posts

Martin achieved another triumph I' and Levy counties was completed by product also took the honors at the railroad grade crossing killed by the I J ford Conway, Middleburg; :Mr. and lively.

when the senate adapted the house 1 Rogers\ Johnson, Leatherman and Volusia fair.JliamiThree house.A :Mrs. F. R. Ilartmun Gainesville; "11 hy, I've heard It is," Mid the 1
bill fixing the tax: on gasoline at four ''liudsun] to a Miami syndicate. The county :Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and children student.

cents on the gallon. The vote was consideration, w'as $1,360,000. This Is men were killed anti house concurrent resolution, introduced I Mrs.! Van Horn and childrl'nIr.\ "No," repeated the professor !

twenty-three for and four against.. one of the finest general farming a fourth badly injured when a com- by Representative Davis of Joseph Wilson, Jacks'nvill, Dr. and person who peroxides the hair hasn't I:
tracts in the state is all high land mercial went into Leon, which would put the legislature !Mrs. M. H. McNutt. Gainesville; Mr. any bruin to InJure.-Londnn Tit;
Lake Butler All indebtedness and Is served by two through trunk airplane a nosedive on record as opposing misuse of and Mrs. J. L George and daughter, Bits. .
against the general fund except bonds line railroads and two state highways and crashed near Hialeah. Hugh[ the flay in decorating public build- Waldo :Miss
; Mary Uoothly. Waldo
which were brought over at the time The syndicate was offered two Beckett and Wallace Ford, who had Ings was adopted by the house. ; Hay' fever nay( bo pretty bail.., but
dollars more before the engaged the plane to take them on a Mr. II. G. Clayton, Gainesville
of county division, was paid at the per acre many Klornlii farmers need a good
June meeting of the Union county transaction was closed by other par tour of some of their property near Another effort failed) in the senate Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Only, of St. use of it.

school board.TavaresBids. ties from the upper West Coast who Okeechobee and Ocala, and the pilot, to bring\ up the house anti-Rumbling .

had, been looking at it, but refused it lIarold Ibach, are the dead men. bill. On motion of Senator Edge of j 1------------

were asked by T. C. absolutely. Charles Tuttle, the mechanic, received Lake county to waive the rules and ItEl'OKT OF SCHOOL FINANCES

Smyth, clerk of the board of commissioners Tallahassee-The senate in three numerous injuries but hope is expressed bring the 1 lull up for consideration, I BRADFORD COUNTY Itt
of Lake county, on $3,453,000:; hour that he will survive. The airplane the senate voted into a 14-14 tie

worth of road and bridge bonds, issued confirm executive the nomination session refused of J. W.to was an old German model) and against the proposal, it requiring a FOU TilE PERIOD ENDINU. DIU'EMIiEK: 131: 1. 15)21.\)::

by road districts of the county Hunter of Tavares be state's according to those stationed at the two third majority to take it up out Th. folioInir' report of th. ......Ipta and dUburMrnvnu. of the fund* of BRADFORD
for construction of about 220 miles to attorney field where it was kept, was in bad of order. A similar several days COUNTY' for a.. period tndlnn lc, a i 1 I" t "4th, the balance and amount of warrant
of hard roads. :HO miles of clay roads, for the sixteenth judicial cir condition. It was owned by Roy Jones stove |I th. tald Bradford' County tut portd im III.. .11.. ,J... ..1 1 II,,' > .' i by that fount board of
and two bridges.KislmmcePavln. I cuit. T. G. Futch, of Leesburg, who ago was totod down i eutatandlnir': 1 l and a statement of th. aMt and Habllttl a. and th. ,valu of school property of
who engaged Ibach to take Beckett pub I In Inatruetlun and th. Suiwrinttndent of I'ubllo Instruction U baby publlatwd i undo rttMprovision. ,
was campaign manager of Frank and Ford on the trip. Senator Elhemlge secured the passage I .) of Chapter. 6013 of th. Law of Florida, AeU of DMA.EllNKST. V
!!", sewerage and I Jennings in his race for the governor of House Dill No. Iu2 prohibiting | '/ : AMOS Cumutroll.r.
water extensions and the construction ship of Florida had been nominatedfor General School Fund
of municipal buildings here this Miami-Led by a negro ditch digger the obstruction of any canal, I

call for an expenditure of approximately year- the position in the primary. I police discovered the body of A. drain ditch or water-course and prohibiting ."""Ito,.* balance. .tu)". L llNnt4 .. .. \.786.811
$1,100,000. Twelve miles of I I l'. Caldwell who killed his daughter's/ the damage or destruction of <. an.1 l iNtinli tmUitanilinK July. 1 L I I"+a .. __. 45,1'W.OO
Tallahassee R. Bill) Cunova '
new paving, to be added to the eight general agent for the (Seaboard Air, 1 husband and wounded the girl on their any works constructed by any drainage Net d.Sait-Ina I. I1U4I ___. .. __.. ...-.__ .. ... .. 43.880.11
miles just finished are included in the 1 Line Railway in Tallahassee is wedding day. The body was lying ina I district organized under'the uvn-1 I: KKCEIPT8 FOR TUB SIX MONTHS I i
I 1I palmetto thicket within seventy-
program. eral laws of the This )Prom
drainage state.
I mourning the loss of his Dodge tour : I live feet of the place where the tragedy -'. administration\ and I II I Tan eollertor, tat.ai _n..n ..00._....._._....... __ .-. tt.KRI.S4
Tallahassee An appropriation of ing car which disappeared') from his occurred. Caldwell evidently had ,i was an measure j i Comptrollrr. rvdemptlona -._ ._'00_ ___........ ____... 8S2.IDr..mp..II.r YYI
$1,8UO was! provided in u measure home in Lake City. Mr. Canova is I t taken his own life within a few hoursof I I went over without opposition.The i( 1'ailroHil,' ta\ea .... u__.__.....__ _...._... sai.ao t
Cctmittrollcr.' one mill tax _.. ..._... 1.41.01
passed by the senate for the purposeof spending money with the telephone I the sh"otmg. A revolver was | house measure providing for Vurlitim ItlntrlrtM trniiMriTi un.'_h _.."..-._.. ..-_-.... _..-. "*'.00 4'l'hrbtln
caring for the Olustee monument.The i found beside the body. Caldwell trailed /i church mild __ ..... _._. OLEO
-- .n. "
effort -- 'n"
money under the provision of the companies in an to get some the couple as they blurted on a I the creation of mosquito control dla '' Hunk l.iunn _._ .. .- .u..-_...-. __...,___. "-_"-.'__"-. ia.oio.oo e4.S91 31 '
of the
trace machine which carriedlicense )
bill would be turned over to the U. D. C151.558.1825.TallahasseeDetermined. 1 honeymoon within a few hours of the I tri<'ts and commissioners of these lm- Malting d.ft.II _. ...______.__.-._____. IH.H78J,
C. and they would assume the responsibility 1 manage, May 13, and overtaking tricts and levying of a tax for the ex-1 j: DISBURSEMENTS'/ I'oa Tea .IX MONTUII

of this care of the monument. to be the them sent the car into u ditch, ordered penses of this work was passed in i E.p..4 !., -.....

I the companions of the young couple the senate. These districts would be "alnrl' .. "r ....h.... ....__...._..._.___._..... .. ... 14,118.78 1
largest city in the state, Tampa will __ .._. ._ ..... .. .
Madison-Nine thousand acres in 1 to Gee at the )point of his revolver, formed by the people, who live within'I N..I. 10 bulhlln.. '-- ''' '' 788.4.
further 1I .
annex its
territory to city 1'r.n'\1OrI."on or
pupib I.USI.811
Madison county and twenty-six thou- I 1I then turned the weapon on his daughter them who have -
limits thus would a right to vote Eop.no. .1 Ad..laMtnaont .
raising the of
sand Hamilton the I population I and her husband Eugene Huvtktn ._. _.
acres in county, the tax thenuu'lvi-s. Six votes I 8.\10' \ CI' .u..rlnt.nd.nt .no.oo
entire holdings of the E. E. Weit estate Tampa. A bill authorizing this annexation i Hawkins[ died at Ont.t>. The 'oungwif" upon 1'., diem and mil..... of memie 0' .board .__--.. .-.--. InS.1O .
introduced the were cast against the measure. Ineldrnt.le. for be,1 n",1 .ul..r'nt.n..nl. .... .. 83t.71
were sold to J. U. Wadsworth of {I was in houseI recovered and accompanied the r Printing __ __ -. -....-__ ....-..__. -.- --___ _'. IU7.48 It 4
Haines City and, associates for a I by Representative Whittaker of body of her husband to his former Motorists visiting Florida no longer Inl..t ._ .. __ ___.___.......__._..._..___. 1.t1l1.41:
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|' Hillsboro, and has passed both house home in Kenosha Wis. N..u. 1..u..1 for Uorrowrd Mmu U.0611.00 82.14.111
price said to be near on a half mil. will be annoyed by the necessityof

Hon dollars. and senate. This action was taken asa DeLand obtaining temporary license tags; s.t v..rlrlt 1)'C'nb. ::11. 11121 .._._ _._... __.._._.. .._.. ..._... 60,701,14 4
result of the passage of the bill allowing Lue Jim Gong TO, Not 1( >, and bona. out.tsndlng. U..mbe.r. 31. IUt4 ...._.... M1ODOOmnWarrant. Ir
Chinese-American citrus expert and after being in the state 30 days, the \ ou4ltanding u..mbrr 31. 11)81 ___.__'._'__""''-_n___ '' 6"6.110 10.III1I1.ot !;
Live first the
Oak-The of
two carlots city of Jacksonville to extend

Suwannee watermelons were shippedby its city limits before the census originator .of two of the best known senate adopting the house measure (>.,. ..mury .ur"rat O'mlte''. ::11. 11121 .n____..__...__..____... ._ 118.{
varieties grapefruit und providing\ for reciprocal recognition _
A. P. Abbott. These melons recount of Jacksonville made. oranges -
are is in Florida nnd California died at n of license issued by other state Under -

graded to thirty pound average and Tallahassee Without debate the local hospital, lie came to this country II provisions of the new act the IS.
will the northern
market bring which top Is price now on clamoring for senate passed the house measure pro at the age of twelve and was state will revert to the law of 11)21.) 17.I

Florida melons. Recent sales of viding for Increase of one cent per adopted and educated by an American One of the bills passed by the house
woman, whose winter home he
gallon gasoline tax, which was introduced
melons on the Chicago market have would fix a minimum salary for county
brought one dollar a piece wholesale. by Representative Williams, of inherited here at her death. The superintendents of public instruc J

Leon. The vote was 23 to 1. The measure Chinese-American had lived in seclu- tion. The measure would provide fora !.I j

Fernandina-The only remaining provides a tax of four cents a sion on his plantation here for the minimum salary graduated I
on a of
tract of land Amelia Island gallon all pant fifteen years and hud made
large on on gasoline sold in the many
suitable for subdivision, that of Dr. state, three cents to go to road build- discoveries and had perfected the basis of county receipts for school -Ii ;:
D. G. Humphreys, containing (040 ing. One-fourth of the revenue will be growing of several other fruits and purposes. The minimum salary In a aa jR J 1:1

acres, was sold by Col. N. B. Borden distributed among the counties equal vegetables lie wan presented with a county with school receipts per annum I
to of New York and Miami of less than $15,000 would be -I i
a party
shares for their road, work. This was gold medal by the United States government .!I
$100 a month and the minimum scale :!
capitalists for the sum of $128,000, ; K
recognition of his
of wh"m has visited here several I lone of the measures urged in letters goes on to $;;00 month in :J
one up per j
times recently investigating the ad- this week by Governor Martin. with oranges. It is said that he has counties having receipts for school J i J 1 1z
saved the millions j jI
industry dollarsby
. dina vantages and the and Island.JacksonvilleAfter possibilities. of Fernan- I Lake Wales-Frantic efforts of a his perfection through years of lars purposes annually.In excess of one million dol. j .: I .! 1&& 8
I .
dog to save his master proved fruitless experimenting, of an orange tree that .88 IIIUa 1111.66 m

being tied up when King Bassctt, 21, drownedin fruit would remain on until far beyond i, Florida has left the beaten path 8 2 SIl.S8".d8 1787.aO 807.8/1/ 1118.811 8U7.SS 88.17 11.1

by litigation over the title for several Lake Wales after being exhaustedin maturity. followed by many states on the regulation 4 17.U7 '.00 ..7.87I 50 V
years, 15,000 acres of land between an attempt to reach his boat. The of automobile speed her / aOI.711 1114.111 a48.00 8.88 8.00 I.
on I
Atlantic Beach and the mouth of the Tullahussee The final touches 8 Ise.ss 1101.111 aaS.ID 17.56 8.00
dog, attracted to the shores of the were highway Both houses of the legislature 118.81 811.U 11.87 .
St. J"hns river has been bought from lake by young Bassett's calls for put on the auto registration law by P le.a8 IIU6 7.04 ".00 II4.H
the former claimants to title by the the senate when it passed the house accepted the theory that Improv. o IOa.08 118.117 28.0n 17.12t0
Peninsular Securities Corporation, it help, ran to the Basaett home nearby bill on this subject. The ed highways are designed for rapid IID.OS 1117.84 110.0" 18.nt I...A..
measure .
I and barked continuously. The motherwas transit and I It In8.ee SIl..6 320.M 8U.S7 Isue, 'I
increased the automobile
learned. The has 15,810 granted full reciprocal
was acreage privileges to 12 ISS,711 2.2 :II 42".0" 56,50
feet of ocean frontage, and is estimated awakened but did not follow the non-residents. doing away with tour- speed limit from 30 to 4..;> miles an 13 1111.41 121.13 aM".II" Jan.4:1: 11I7.1T
to be worth more than $3,000- dog to the lake where but a short distance ist tags. It also provided for one or hour for passenger curs weighing 14 IIIS.7U I." II Iftlill" :1.84: 10.00 11'.01
11 31:1.14.: Ul U: IAII 'NI 1117.4" 1.4&
000. away her son was drowning.The more agencies to be set up) in each 6,000) pounds or less. It also dealt III I "A.1U I I 1 1764H A't.70' 11.13 .07.' ,
I youth had been in swimming and county by the comptroller for local with the practice of small incorporated -I 17 I 64.11:1: I 1"1 411" 10. l7 2..5Is / t
Dade record for the early 280.711 1:1311 11112.77 41.41)
was piloting his boat when he fell delivery of tags. There no longer will towns of fixing maximum speedsof ""
maturing of tobacco even in this backwards into the water. be twenty-six series of tags, this 12 miles hour in I 3U74.lI'1: 14712 1710: "nI 1 1"'t73' I IIIIU7 0" .I :07.87. 2-11_ 7-.711.I/I lua.d I
an resulting -- -- -----
section where the season is generally number having been
reduced to five,
from one to two weeks earlier than in Ocala-Police throughout central by a classification! of all vehicles of wholesale arrests of motorists in ; RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BOND INTER

the famous West Florida Tobacco Florida continued their hunt for Dr. the same type and weight in the transit by prohibiting enactment of I EST AND SINKING FUNDS, UUADFOKD COUNTY

section of Gadston county was made R. E. Watts who is wanted for the same series.! Registrations for a previous local legislation setting limits lower

when the Sunny Brook Tobacco Company slaying of J. W. Prine, 61, Sumter period or periods are required to than 15 miles an hour in business and 'j DKCKMHKIt';: :HI. 1121.!* f f3I
be collected 23; miles in residence -- '
with the districts.
current license
began the "priming" or harvesting county, following a dispute over real

of their shade grown leaf on May estate. The shooting occurred near tax before., when The they registration have not tax been Is made paid, I'INK: HILL! !
6th. in a hospital
a first lien, superior to all others
here. Before dying Trine told policehe the orator vehicle which upon be Pine Hill June 5.-Mr. and :Mrs. ... ;i i y,

Washington The Seaboard Air wa inspecting a farm of A. F. enforced and collected by levy may and Gelette and family, of Hampton[ I rl.I

Line asked the interstate Commerce Fore, son-in-law of Dr. Watts, on sale in the same manner as other spent Sunday afternoon here with Mr. i ;

Commission to approve its acquisition which he held an option when Dr. lions! on personal property. Few and Mrs. Gee; \V. Shet1 eld. ;

of the Tavares and Gulf railroad Watts! approached him, commandedhim changes have been in the other features Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hall, of Wal. ... "f J

which operates thirty-seven miles of to throw up his hands and then of the law, including the rates do, were the guests of his parents, J: 1 j

railroad in Lake county Florida. The shot and beat him. charged. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hall Sunday.

Seaboard proposed to guarantee Interest Bernard Harvey and sisters, Mrs, I I I Io '
and principal of an issue of Tallahassee-The senate in session .MIDWAY Beatrice Bryant of Waldo and Miss 1 )

J-l.0,000;; in ten year bonds by the confirmed the following appointments Midway\ June 5.-Mr.\ P. W. Lewis, Jessie Mae Harvey of Hampton, were IA.... a I & 'j

former company as a consideration : W. R. McDonald to be state of Waldo spent Saturday night and, the !guests of their uncle, !Mr\ A. C. :w

in taking it over. attorney for the 19th judicial circuit; Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Ethel Hall, Monday. 2 G' i f i j ),

A. O. Kanner to be state attorney Denison. Clyde and Wilbert Hall spent Sun. h h "
Dade City-Wolford Young, six for the 21st judicial circuit Arthur I i
Mr. and Mrs. Denison, of Hampton day with their sister, Mrs. E. L. I :! .
shot and fa-
teen' wounded age, was Sheriff Gomez to be states attorney for the spent Saturday and Sunday here. Youngblood at Graham. 1 I 1.1111" I IU2D.S7' ": a aooo'-or/' i, i'l iifn: ill i 1)ZS ;4mi* f Jiowiooo' . tnlly by Deputy ElzeyHuds"n 20th judicial circuit; J. F. Busto to Mr. and Mrs J, T. Waters of Miller A. C. Hall and daughter, Mix" Lu- I I Aft ,H'' I linit.M'it,' I 7 'I 'III I t 400.UM I '"""".0'1' j_ itm. ) ii
when he to fire I '
attempted be solicitor criminal court of record: spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. cile, were visitors in our section ono 7.113 I 157X811hio00n:. 2SI711!i i II13li'':, i10o0.bb i | fgm.gii i II
officers who were attempting to arnit '
Monroe county; A. Z. Adkins to be W. B. Crawford.Mr. day' lust week. UETJAPITCLATION OF HEl'OHT OF fWECIAL-'lAX1JI 'riiiTrFUNDS
hn father Jim for selling
Young, -
judge for the 8th judicial circuit; and Mrs. N. S. Comer n.; W. Sheffield and ,,".in.lnw, Mr. I
liquor.! The killing occurred at theY"unA' Elwyn: Thomas, to be judge for the were I I IMADFOHD COUNTY; FLORIDA
home in the Wesley Chapel dinner guests at Mr. and :Mrs. O. W. Payne, were in Gainesville one day
21st judicial circuit; Hal W. Adams, Thomas' Sunday.Mr. last week attending to business DIZ;( '": lImH :.11 1 1921.! ;I
ighhorhood, close to the Hillsboro '?'
county line.Miami to be judge for the 3rd judicial cir Doris Cole and Jeff Comer I A. C. Hall and son, A. O., were with

cuit. spent Sunday with J. C. Denison. i friends at Hampton Sunday after-. ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ....

: :Miami's biggest depart Dade City Five men, alleged Leon Edenfleld, Mrs. Belle Thomasand noon.Mr.
mint tnre was closed for insurance moonshiners Ouida Thomas were dinner guests and Mrs. flatten and children Assets
were put to flight by
iilju-tnient on a smoke and water deputy Sheriffs Carl C. Walker andO. of :Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denison Sun- spent Sunday at Ft. Harley with Mr. General School Fund
'lain.Lu"f about $100,000 resulting and :Mrs. Geo. Youngblood

frcun the wiping out by fire of the II. Samuels Tuesday night when day.J.. O. Denison was shopping in Mrs. Beatrice Bryant and daughter al._ ...h .In depomltftry ovenlrMftUneulleeteil .. .-_ 1IM4llHlanea
the officers raided a camp on the eastside I.. .., Inaluillntf current y'- r ... It\ .077,78
three-story adjacent building occupied Lake Butler Thursday. Helen, and Mrs. Deulah Kstes:
of the Withlacoochee about
by' the S. II. Kress five and ten twelve miles from Dade river City., Two Mr. and Mrs.\ Dock Edenfleld, of and son, Raymond, of Waldo, were Special Tax Districts :.

tent store. Losses in the heart of the one gallon stills forty-five callous of St. Petersburg, are visiting: relatives I I here Friday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ...h In depoaltorlM _.__......_.... _.. .._.u_... ...._-. UIOIlUneollMtol
down-town business district were with here this week. !Hull and family.G. U_ .._...____._._____.__.___ .-. -- .... Jill.' I I IJ j...
liquor together a quantity of W. .. ..... sash In dUtrtot bond funib .. ... ". .. ...... ._. t ,4'U' IX ,
Jesse Cole Sheffield and -
t..tailed at $00,000 in a survey. label, bottles of flavoring extracts of Lake City was here granddaughter Uaeult.tad taua .-..-..--..-..--__. ....._.-___..00-_..-...-....._ t,767.n1'
Sunday. M.is Jennie Payne, were visitors to
Sebring-The sale of a tract of 85- I and coloring were captured.matter and Five men automobiles who- Mrs. II. O. Drown, of Starke, Is Starko Saturday eveningKIMiSLKY Total! Available AaeeU ._.. ... _. ... .. ..._... It.no; IS

in the visiting relatives here this week. Liabilities
were engaged operating stills
: ; : LAhK: ...
made their escape. Miss Nishie Lu Denison is spending General School Fund ..

COFFINS & CASKETSAnd I Fernandina-The this week with Miss Myrtle Reient callers from out-of-town ;, Warrant auutandlnc far current expenai* '. .... ... .... I
success of Carl' Rodgers, of Worthington Springs. enjoying the bathing: at Kmgsley: .... warranU mtatandlnn ..___.___ -...__.....-......--. .. .. -..-..... -.lOllTI.
a Fall Line of Frotitzhcim, a prosperous planter of : fd..n6eld.Thomu: Park were: Mr. and Mr*. H C. Laud- I N.itee Oulatandlnr ...____ ._ .. .-- - ..--._... U;
UnJtrlakfr Smpplitt i the Callahan section in the growingof !Mr. Leon Edenfield and Mils Oulda I '
Mr. Earl
nfl' ; Courtney, Joy Special Tax District Funds ."
dasheens has given impetus to th.mo'ement Thomas were quietly married Sun- I .
Wheeler, Kansas City, .I" ; ands __...... ._____ _. .
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE recently organized to I WarranU outstanding .. .. ..._ ''0'11I00cla '
day at the home of the brides parents. Mrs E. R. Caldwell, Wuyneiville, N.I ameiandin. .. ._ _...___. .._...__....______....--. .._.... 'J.oot.O'
Always on hand. The best sere make that industry one of the leaders Only a few friends and relatives witnessed ,

des at the lowest price Spe. in the agricultural program for the ceremony. No Worm In a Healthy Child Total ._ .. .. ..._...._....-.__...___._. -- ... II.7TT.I4

cial attention to telegraph order Nassau county. As a result of Mr. I All children troubled with Worm haoa an onhralthy :, VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY "
*. Registered Embalmer Froitzheim's experiment the Nassau Fort Pierce-City boundaries to be color, whkb Imikatee pour blood, and aa a
County Dasheen Growers Association extended two miles south and one rule. there la more or lee nninach dUturbaoca. General .

has been formed and large numberof mile north. GROVE:S TASTtitS-S: ; chill TONIC lven e.tdulylie ......... h...... an4. lota .___......._____._..__..- Vt.tt/t M 1,
DeWITT C. JONES : a two or three eeke will enrich the bktu/ / i I Beliool fomUur, ._............ .._..____...._- -.......-..._ 1I7MM 4
Nassau's progressive farmers are' Daytona Approximately prove the dle lon.aad act *a a (;-. Im-I School apparalae_. .. ._____. ...... ..._. ... .......--_ 1.4400" .
STARKE FLA now engaged in the production of '. $1,000.- .uln4TeeMtotbeshot.: tyMem. Nature will thentarow I iOtker School l'ropenr-Ubr. p__. ._. ..-.u._'"- ........_.._.._ 1.11.00
I 000 to be
spent developing Inlet Terrace. off or dupel the wnrmi. and theCbiMwia I be

I dasheens on more or less extensive ? .. b) perfect health PleaaaaC to take. Sic per bottle j Total _____._._.____ ____ _.......____-...-.-e1150.t9 yrs.d r



,,,-. -- ". ''iJ'" ,,,,.. ." .. .... "-',. ,_,,,".. .". ... ... _-G..d.,! ::E.c.= ." ...v. ..... I!:':: tM. .- ...." .."" "-.am.'r" ... "f..itJr: :: ITFRIDAY

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--- LAWTEY I ner, "..an you really beat It-me in the heartless piece of alabaster." I ORDER rOBPUDLICATION_

I 1 role of the. prying scandalmonger? "Careful

x 1 --- -- Law(ey, June 12.-Mr. and Mrs. J, i Kenlly, .sport I'm sorry, it was not about our Hostess Ellie," I you're warned talking Afterall I Bradford In Circuit. County Court Florida Eighth. In Jmlklnl Cliancm Circuit

1 1\.1 a e I. Ilarrcll spent Wednesday and i idle curiosity' that prompted me to we had broken bread with Mrs, J. F. Cutlet, Complainant

Thurxduy at Pablo Beach. pester you with abominable ques Divine and like the Mohammedans, : vaGvorire .
W Cole et al.1111I
Mr. nnd !Mrs. E. B. Shipman and tions. Never you mind whatever it I that rite alone should keep us loyal." ,
to R mo\c Cloud Etc
tiaat eeb l pcIely baby, of Sharon, were visitors tot is-or whatever you did, it's all right I (To be Continued) It appearing from the alliKatlonn of* the'
I Law toy Tuesday. I t with me and I'm for you!" I worn bill of complaint., ). In tho alt.>%c rnue
r. Clint lh. u, I itMtn if or Ih. rlr','Innti..
I i lue
: Mr' A. L. Taylor and little daughter / I She came over and gave me) an affectionate I tiableu..i ii-upatioii, Cur...din I In-wit : ivonto w. Cole n.: W. Llvlnuatun

', Loraine, returned home Friday )pat on the shoulder. I H li> sl i D.ys I Ida O. Rroun, Jacob C. Drown Millard F
from Cottonwood, Ala., where they I "Oh Elite, you're 110 tine and loyal. I "LAX-rOS WITH PLi-S"* | Brmvn N W Haoket and A. E: Moltt are all
29! ami KM!) I : I is a tpuclullyrrepuredSyuj '.
there tn
and that thi
unknown no pornon
spent several weeks with relatives. I don't know what I'd do without you. )Tonic-Lax itlvet..: ** uf Florida known to complainant the
M. Music, of Brooker, was a It wasn't that I did not want to tell Constipation. It relieves Habitues's I ervlce of a subpoena* upon whom would bin,I

business visitor here the ftut part of 'i I I you everything, it's just so joy-kill- I hhould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto said defendant and that it la belle\id by

i ;'!Uun I .\l I Ir.KNOONliuiin.i : : I' II .\ Ml'I'ONHunipton the week. ing that I hate to blow your candle Induce regular action. It Stimulates and the complainant* are Interested that tho In the said property named defendant Involved

; : ( i.iu Dr Wilmot Drown returned home | out even for a few minutes." Regulates./ Very Pleasant! to Take. bOo In this suit anil complainant does

I June t 12.-J. F. Ilouser.uui Friday from Augusta, Ga. He will "I may be wrong but I had an idea oer bottle. not know end by diligent ..'.reh. had not bunnble ,.

llisu Mub),' \VMIii VA n hostess to u lm-iini"' visitor to Stacke this' spend a few days here with his parents I| under this permanent wave of mine to aro ascertain dead or alive whether and any that of it the n defrnelante allttctd l |

the i"rhluJ.fl'm mn Urulgi! Club I wrok.Mmsos. Dr. and Mrs G. W. Brown, be that friends were useful for just sucha SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn I by complainant In said sworn bill that he

with the following guests present: Mary and Ada Nimmo en- fore going to Tampa, where ho will purpose" believes there are persona Interested In tho

Mesdames N. 1) U'ainwnght, J. C. j trrtuined/ as their guests last Sunday begin work. I I "Well, I'll tell you, it's really very ( effect May 10, 1923.: ) said property or names Involved and aw In or this aura suit and whoa whosename .
Hoover, A. 2. AdkmH, Edward: Burns, Mr. W. P. Cirt and family, of Louise. Sheriff %V..1. Epperson: of Starke,, simple after It', all over but I went residence are! unknown to tnmpln! nnnt and I
O. L. Beasley E. M. Johns, N. V. A. I'.irt and sister, Miss Elsie, was in town again Friday looking through the devil's own time with a No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa ar 'I In said bill relief Is prayed, airainiit, such
0.I I
berg, O. L. I IlaynuH", V. L. Turner, were business visitors to Lake Geneva around. 'man last night He thought I was- rives at Starke 11:14: p. m. ordered known and that unknown all I persons m.med l Th in'rcforo this order It in

M. Inman .1. L. Peek, S. L. Peek, and last Tuesday. Robert Dlnkins. of Jacksonville well-" No. 2 Tampa to Jacksonville arrives I If :livinu. and if dt :Iorl: I persons: : ales mlllR tiny;

a Miss Aileen Alvarez. I Prof. Duvall and family arrived was a visitor at the! homo of his pa- j I "A little prairie flower?" promptI at Starke 5:23:: a. m. aforesaid fntennt ,under deceased tho. said otherwiao nami.il, and defendant that all.
Mr. N. Stprnbcrg won the first hero last Saturday. Prof Duvall whoso Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkini' I I Ellie. No. 3 Jacksonville to Tampa arrives persons whomsoever whose name or namoa

prize, a hand-embroidered bridge and I faithfully served Bradford county rentHh t c week-end. "Uh-hum," I nodded, "and only at Starke 11.02 a. m. .age or acre and residence are alleged to be
while Mrs F. L. Turner made low at representative will visit friends I I J. S. Andrews returned home last after a strenous argument which I No. 4 Tampa to Jacksonville unknown to complainant that mny be or areInt4
arm deiicrit > l
m rested In the hereinafter >r -
was consoled with a dainty handker- and relatives hero this week. week where he had an operation forI ended in me taking! to my heels, | rives at Starke 4:23: p. m. I : nr any part thereof lying and bane propi In
chief. Mrs. Jessie Morgan and children, 'I appendicitis lie is still confined to I, could I convince! him that I was not." No. lluiilford. county Florida discribed u follows. :
The hostess nerved a tempting George and Charley, of Nokomas, ar- his home but is improving daily. "Never mind, kid, it's all over now 20 Cedar Key to Jacksonville I I lots Ono Ill( ) and Three (fat and lot. Five
arrives at Starke 9:00 16i I '. c\c<*iit it portion In the Southeast corner
salad course of nut bread, sandwiches I rived 1 Mr. Mrs. W. K. and it happens in the best "f families! : a. m. I
here last Tuesday. They will I he and Davis, Sr, and d being thirteen! ill) feet north und Huutli and
saltines, frozen fruit salad! and hedl" I the guests of Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis Jr. of' It's part of a girl's education" Ellie No. 21 Jacksonville to Cedar Key niity-thret" I:Hi fett last and stet, Also a

tea.Bowls Mrs Media Priest. Starke, were visitors hero Tuesday. was cynical. I forgot my own worries arrives at Starke 5:00: p. m. I portion of lot Seven (7). described ni followsCommencing :

und baskets of Shasta daises Alls Eva May Williams and broth"I' ,I Dr. J. II. Carrodine spent several d I mnmentarrily und asked for the rea No. 101 Starke to Wannee leaves Seven 17)) and at run the Est northwest 7Jij corner fret of thence Lot

added to. the. charm.. of the rooms.. I ', Ray Williams, are spending this days at Pablo Beach last week. seen Starke 7:40: ( a. m. I South Uj feet thence Went 'Jlj feet

)1It AND:' MKS. WEEKS-CIVKDI.NM.lt -- week in Venus the guests of their! I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Awhrey moved i "Oh, just a disnppointtmcnt. I got (Daily except Sunday) all thence of the North above 12''being j feet In to Klnck point FourUin of beginning(13)( )

: I'AUrY brother, Ralph Williams.! !| to Stark !Monday where Mr. Awbrey a telegram! a minute ago from-oh No. 102 Wannee to Starke arrives I of the oilginal Town of Starke.

I Victor Allen, of liushnell, and form- will he employed in the S. A. L. depot. well, from the suitor I told you was at Starke 3:13: p. m. Do api. or lo the sold bill of rnmplalnt on
Third of Auguat. A. D. 1025,
the day
before *
\ T.burMduy'ulling at Kingsley lake erly of our town, was here with lie was night operator here for thpast o| going to join the party a pause, ,i (Daily except Sunday) I or and In duo eourae define and set up* whatever
then "business has called him to I
friends this week. ,
I few months. claim or interest which you and each
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Weeks gavo a delightful RPV. Hicks, of Wallo'will preach G. F. Young was transacting business other places." i No. 7. Jacksonville to St. Petersburg of you may havi to the above described properly
dinner party the occasion the add. bill will be lak.n.. confessed -
at the Baptist church of Hampton in Starke Monday. "But to get back to your case, Salt t (Orange Blossom Special) due or
I being the anniversary of their mar against you
next lie, arc you going! to let that silly experience at Starke 2:16: m.
riage. Thu dinner guests were Mr. and Sunday morning and evening. I Mm. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catherine p. I It ia further ordered that this order be
Mrs F. F." Stump, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. | Miss Eunice !Saxon'! of Pompano, Teare were visitors to Gainesville dampen your usual dashing I No. 103 Jacksonville to West Palm published once a week for Eight const'cutlveweeka.
1. visiting friends and relatives hero : spirit? ', in tho Bradford County Tele-graph, a
llaynes, also Mr and Mrs Nathan Thursday. Beach arrives at Starke 10:15: a. m., weekly newspaper of general circulation
this I "I don't know how I feel about
week. Mms yet
Saxon has a host of Mrs. Sallie Reddish returned home .
for published In
Jones and children of Jacksonville. stops
j it, somehow I'm sick of the whole passengers for points be- 2ndddday'of June AcfnIMP
friends who i ,
are always glad to sec Friday from Jacksonville, where she Ihla the
The delicious dinner was served in' I I tween Coleman and West Palm Beach .
her. business. This thing has' sorter taken O W. ALDEKM\N
spent several weeks with
courses the table being centered by a 1 relatives. I' No. 104 West Palm (IS.AII Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford
| the starch out of me, Ellie. Of Beach to Jack-
i Henry Lee Blanche course,
bowl of Shasta daisu and 1 the and family who If. M. Bow I place
cards brides clime here from Washington, D. C., I here on business last week. I've made n few such silly mistakes sonville arrives at Stnrke 6:17: p. m., By 4. A .KN1CHT: .
were kowpie several months returned G. M. Inman before, but this one was worse-the stops for Jacksonville D< .ptity Clt rk
Later in the uvuning the party were av to their! and James Ritch, of and beyond .\ !S. I RE\V S.
I .
homo last Saturday.A. Starke, were visitors here Tuesday. man was older and there was 6.15.0t.7SlSViu9Ustine
joined by Mr. and Mrs O L. DcasIy passengers. i Sol.""r f r mplalnnnt
M Hail, of Ogle, III was a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor and baby a sort of deliberateness about it that
Mr.' and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., ? T. J. GRIFFIN,
business visitor here this week. of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. was irrossly common. i I
Miss Mable Welli-r. J. J. Truby, Mr. Agent.
and Mrs N. Sternberg; and several The truck farmers arc greatly encouraged and !ilex G. W. Robert Sunday situ] It never occurred to Rllito question I I
in regard the Idpntltof
me to
with the refreshing: showers i' noon.
)I And rubbers white of. mill bridge were woe, served played on Yellow the I that they have enjoyed this week E I Mrs. J. B. McCullcy of Jackson the m'l in to whom I was referring.:She

I' curd tables and towuidi. tho close of and the produce is. still being hauled I I viler, spent the week-end here at thai I was matte friend. Her attitude I 666
in the gave understand i that if I chose
by truck loin I and being
the prepared i home of her sister, Mrs. David Dur-
evening an course of yellow
for to !tell her-well and good nnd if I
I! 4 and white brick cream und coke was I exportation. I| ban.f i !I. a prwcripUon for l 1
didn't well
, Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. Prescott, o Rev U D. Bevis was- and good also I i 1 I
of Melrosc filled
served on the card tables. The favors I That was Ellie. Malaria, Chills and Fever
for the men were handkerchiefs and' this Sampson week.City, were shopping here his regular appointment! at the Law I refrained from revealing thname e, Denffuo or Bilious! Fever I

for the ladles, I lingerie clasps.' I I Herbert I tev Baptist church last Sunday. of Warren' Fisher-not because\ It glib the f rma. .
burden who has been at I Arthur GrilHs, of Tampa, is a gueat i ij Conllnc lir z.i. < ,tnd com
itiuiiiiA\) 1'\Iff\ tending school In Tampa, returned I thought he deserved) any consideration ihuiiM
to this week of his parents, Mr. und 11r.". j pieta i>Iiceni rIns
I hN home here this. week. I Enoch: Griffis. but I distinctively shrank from ORDER FOR PL'IU.1CATION vita you to
Little Miss I Etholin White celebrated Enrnest nnd !Marmond Morgan, of I John Roberts of Jacksonville, spent dragging in another person on whom' Circuit In the of Circuit HoHfla.Court In sod of the for Bradford Eighth Judicial Court-,,

j her eleventh. birthday anniversary Mokonms Sarasota county arrived I Sunday here with relatives to shove the blame for something ty. In Chancery.

t Monday afternoon, from 4:31to: / 0:30: 1 Init Sunday They ore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MeLeod. of MclI 1- that had been the result of own mdiscretion. Sara E Sweet vs Complainant.

I by (giving a merry party to a number I their grandmother.! I. J. Priest;. I rose, were visitors here Tuesday. R C, HHbenrer. et .1... prfcndanU. I I I
/ of her girl friends, at the home of her i C. A. flirt and family were the Little Misses Louise and Guile :Marie The maid appeared and said that t ORDER FOR CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE I

1 ,I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olin W. White. II i guests nf !Mr. Birt'n IIRcl.Thomlls Thcile accompanied them home and Mrs. Divine would like to speak with I To R. C. Hotbviver, J, Charles Richard. N Bring your entire familyto

I After the guests had been received l I tint, of !Melrose. last Sunday. I will spend the balance of the week Miss Mitchell. I sat basking in the: Joniii W. ITackett.Mflithn Samuel Mplton. Chark Harris, Cllenon.J Hampton Mat-, I this famous city on Mat-

y and the many beautiful presents I !Mrs Josephine Sullivnn. who has I W. E. Torode was transacting bu l- sunlight. It soothed my nerves and I I t'e: Ef IP man, Robert, El lemon. Auiriutti Ellcr-' anzan Hay nnd the wide
., handed to the young hostess, the been visiting her son, Marion Sulli111I iHess, in Jacksonville Tuesday. gave me a feeling of complete relaxes BonlHttie Mackftuhlon." R M Ellerson: I Atlantic. Enjoy the Sum
1\\ children sat on the porch and listened \' and daughter I Annie L. Lawrence. Maria L. Kick It tor, I I
:Mrs. J. P. Summers Mr. nnd :Mrs. V. R. Reddish, !Mr. tion.In Sophia G. Sounder, N.Y.. Hackett. C/whl.-r mer sports and "Did
C, I to stories told by Mis\ Olive liay. I both of !Miami, has returned n'nml I' Mrs. James Pitts and Miss just a few moments, Ellie re- of Bradford County; Bank, of Starke Florida! i World" charm besides
I :' Later they played games anti ate her home here thlll week. I Louise IMts. went fishing) to Santa turned. Her face was dark and for If living and if dead, :all parties claiming Instnrnte : I I Revel In the delights of
i peanuts on the lawn. Mr. nn.1II'! bidding. under you or either of you or other-i
'' Earl Vnnnlstlne
of Fe lake Tuesday. They reported a wine. In the following Hcscrihrd the beaches and benefit
Inndu sltuatei)
I. The young peopUt were invited In-j I Hawthorne attended church here last gon'l catch "Why, Ellie, what is it?" I started t 1 In the County of Bedford In the Slut of I Immensely In the bracing

to the dining room where the birthday !Sunday.' I 1lillsInttl\ : (' Harley of'est Palm up from the swing in which we had j Florida, to-witt salt air.Magnificent,.
t feast i ] been sitting The Northwest quarter of the Northwesquarter t I
j was served on long tables. 'Hie1 Mr. Dcidd. of Kevstohe Haitrhts Beach
i. spent a few days Here last of Section
4. Township 7 South I
'. j canter of attraction the largo was n business "D-- her narrow little mind end I 'l Beaches
I win visitor here last Mon week at the home of her parents, Mr. 22 Est: I
white I pound cake. onitimc-nted with day and Mrs.' A. II. Harley. soul! GREETING t Wonderful Surf BathIng -

fancy pink and while icing und on I Ti, J.. flirt nnd f"milvlKltl'd Mrs.. I A H. Harley came home from I knew then that the interview had 1 bill The of complainant... haInif. fllod her sworn f
court wherein the
which burned l.llv'n! small l tapers. BIrtfl father Mr. Grmihy of Alachua Micnnopy and spent the soak- II been frightfully unpleasant. I like"'wi.e alien\ *:* that aometdrfa of you have, or Summer Golf ,
I : ::: t
Shasta daisies real hluu hydrangeas county lost Sunday with his family knew that the thing that upset; claim to have title 1 or I Intercat In Historic Scenery t
were used for deeoiation fee T. M I Ellle-: had to do with being at the and lo tho lumla aforciaid, or some pa rt
cream, Hagan my
was transacting heel I Mr and Mr*. R. R Theilc and chil-1 thereof, god nraylntr the iuli'tinir of her Spfnndld hotel accommodations -
wafers!. _Find! enke! wen- served by !Mrs. I ne.s in{ hirki! last Tuesday I ilren motored to !Melrose Sunday nfternnon. villa. We are all more physhic then we title atcalnttt: such of.r or claims\: and ha\- For rates and any
... w. White, Aims Olive Kay ami I realmand as a rule, we never go; nit demanded the making of this order: I
Mrs. 0. C. White. WOO lit.AWNWnodlawn wrong on these first telepathic ire' Therefore you and each of you aro hereby other Information you de-
W. T.
Fincher of Starke, was a I j I rrqtilrctl to appear .heforu thin court on Mon Hire 1I1)'II'e")' :
As fuvors,."u'h truc-a! was. given a business. visitor here Mondays pressions. day the 3rd day ot August 1T> I being! the
flamo colored cornucopia! Oiled with June 12.-l\lr. and Mrs C. R. Siipp of Jacksonville "Now, Elite, you might as well he, .rut, ,lay In salil, month to answer the coin" Chamber, of Common: ,.
candy..MEE1IMJ. W. !M. Phillips, of South Jacksonville, town on 1 business.. was I in perfectly frank about it. You can't said plainant.otherwise Sara E. at.+eat In the snit af>i..<,. I'. 0 BoxM
Saturday. the
complainant will 'I I
were the quests of their uncle, D. L Robert Nolan of hurt my feelings. What did !Mrs. DIvine exnnrte. pruc
; OP ('IIII.lmEN{ I Phillips Thursday evening.! transacting business, Middleburg, was 1 say to you about me that left It la further ordered that a copy, of th<
OF( CONFEDERACY; : Diaries' Alvarez, of the United I here Monday. you in such a fury-why. Ellie old. onion ho published once a week. f",r right c< n'seoutlvo .
States Navy Mr.' and :Mrs\ M. Davis and Champ' girl week In the Bradford C...miv I Iirraph. r. i alt
Tho Children of the Confederacy I tern was visiting friends' Green, of Jacksonville, were visitors 1 look-you're trembling all over." a newspaper published in ;lln.l"
last week. "I Hradfnrd
suppose I'll have to tell I'd I County Florida
held an Interesting meeting Saturday Misses Elves nnd Neita Starling 'I( to Liiwtcy Sunday. want you to under similar you. I WUneM my hand and the seal of snid r' .
afternoon) at the home of Mrs, /I turned he mi Monday from re- W H. Burt of Hawthorne, visited I ." conditions. cult Court at Starke Bradford County 1 ? ,
L. A. Davis. \lllo where Jackson- j j friends. here Sunday and Moml.iy. 1 Ida the 1st day of May. 1025.
I they spent several days "Of course you would. You'reperfppt O W. ALDER IN,
Mrs. ..1.1.: :Mite-hell the newly apI with relatives. I Misses Ferol Mathin and Jane brick. Come n (Scat) Clerk of the Circuit Court of firs,!.
i I and sit
I pointed director was In charge of the! I Mr and !Mrs. I). J. Webti. of Tift >n, Ga., and Rob Stiglev j taking her hand here, and ford County hl'.'. 11I
of I drew her
\ meeting, mill wits iimistpd by Mrs Theressu and r. F.. Gardiner of Daytona, wergneSW e forward i By C A. KN'inill
I were viiiting' relatives here t "No siree-not in this hou.I'. Not Deputy Cl r;:,
O. C. Saturday
Whitretiring i director The Thursday. afternoon of Mr. in J. M CASITIN.
president, !Miss! Kline: Jones, presided,, I nay )Denmark, of Jacksonville I and Hrs O. W. Roberts any swing or chair owned by that Attormy fur Complainant. S-Ot-tl

and Miss Hazel Adkins acted as secretary i the guest of friends here was -.--- ..------ ---. ,
pro tern. It wm decided that1 I' :Mr. and !Mrs Charles Harrison Sunday of Colored Woman Killed by Train ------ --,,----

the chapter take n summer vacation 1 I Jiuksonville, were visitors Uuclah Green, wife of W. C.

of two months, and( in the fall when 1 I ThuiNilav., While here here Green, a colored. merchant, was run

4 the work Is. resumed The Ruby Davis> I 1"1' from Gen, I.'. Young they the Williams purchnsI over here Tuesday morning by local Every Good Quality You Expect of Your Tires

Chapter, C. of C.. will I'e divided into i plnce. We welcome them to freight! train No. 02, and was. badly

two lections-one section being foi I I niunitv. our com- mangled,:: one foot and a part of one You Will Find

the young ladies of the chapter and 11 l I D. U Browning was business arm being severed from body. At a
a visi
one for the children. tor to Jacksonville Friday. coroner's inquest which was held immediately

During the social half hour Mrs' I W. If. Norman of Jacksonville after the accident tho. fol inU.S.

Davis served delicious pineapple spent Thursday with his lowing was brought out by witnesses.
family here Cord
sherbet and cake. I Mrs S. H Thompson of Miami, Itiielnh had started from her home to Royal
-' their
UIIII\SI- passed through hl'r."l'dnl..dav store which was on the other

route to Rill{(or.1. where she will en-be !!I side of the S. A. L. railroad track. Bo-
Highland Jun.. 12-Mr I: : and :Mrs ,i I the truest of her daughter :Mrs. Waiter I' fore she got to the railroad a fast

It lust Y.week Walden the !spent several uf her days slater here I Wilkinson. 'I freight middleof passed.the side She track stopped and in according the- and use a CordIF

guests ,
r Mrs. Ida B. WnJIU"" :Mr and :Mrs *...*.....>.'- ..4>....**.*+**..>. *>. I the to witnesses, she was watching
passing freight and did not notice vourrcqiilrcmcntsdemanJ
are returning to their home at Punta
h Oorda after a pleasant stay of some Treated For I the local freight that was backing upon finest quality that has

weeks at Tallahassee. Stomach her although one tried to draw ever been put into a tire, you
C. D. :Marr her attention The verdict of the coroner's -
returned Wednesday need the U.S. Royal Cord-the '
from u visit with Mrs b I.. Rlgby at Trouble 'I jury was that Buelah Green standard of
Tampa. I came to her' death by being' accidentally !' value evcry\\h re. y ,% {

'f Mr. and Mrs. It. HOKUM and son, 1I0DO KIDNEY AND:" BLADDER I killed. Ifyruknowyoudonotneed
'e Tucker, left Sunday fur the extra of the "
a trip of 1 I REMEDY: i SXLI.IK'S TEMPTATIONSALLIE mileage Royal N
. several days. to Tampa, nnd adjoining Cord but want your money to

,I cities.A. A. Crews and II. C. Wimberly, I H. HcMM'llwtr of itM: Troy "trl.'l't,1 FINDS) -II ER.4EI.KI.N : bring you full service and fine a rl M,' I l

Jr., were visitors to the State Farmat fieaumont Texas says he suffered I A NEW:; HrU.\TIO'tl: :' appearance -the USCO Cord

Ralforil, Sunday. I for over a year with his. back, bladderand I Morning! in Miami and a new day is the tire for you. I

111,.. W. M. \Vimherly. of Waldo kidneys, and when he would eat of blue and gold brilliance Ellie and, Doth are made and guaranteed

pent Mr. Sunday and Mrs.hero F. with U. relatives. I| it seemed to disagree with him, and I I lat alone on the open terrace.. The by the United States Rub I fl J

r.nnir. E. Lang wits treated for stomach others had gone down for a swim in ber Company.
and W. P. Lang trouble ,
were transacting the dazzling
I ocean, while still others
business at Starke Royal Cords in all sires/ from
Saturday. lie took five bottles had stroll ( aft
to of
of Hobo Kidney one the secluded 30x3vi Inches
Mrs. Royal Cord low
Dennett and 1 irandson, Earl, nooks of the up.
of Jacksonville anti Bladder Remedy and has not garden pressure Balloon for 20 21 and 22 a'
the I
spent! week-end 1 ,\hat' up ? Ellle demanded i I (
here with !Mrs. J. A Starling.I been bothered since. He now feels I've heard "All Inch rims, and Royal Cord Balloon
is a whisper
The fallowing formed n pleasant strong and fine and can eat anything. breezing in at some time In about the ..early your Type TIre. I I iI II
party who motored to Kingsley lake Hobo Kidney and Bladder pearly dawning. Mrs. Divine Cord-in 30>3 inch and I
Remedy was 303'4 Inch clincher I
for a swim and then tutor to"aldo about and 30x3Vi.32x3H I I
I, Sunday: Misses Winifred nnd Doth sells for $1.20 per bottle or 6 bottles as communicative as a pound 31x4, 33x4 and 34x4 Inch \
for, tttof cheese when I asked, at breakfast
fl.OO. tide. II
Wlmbe-ly: :MrsV. \r.
' Wimberly, I about our fair Sallie.
Miss Ethel Rick and :X' T. Green. A treatment of six: bottles guaran- I In spite "f all that had happened I
Mr.\ anil Mrs. United States Tires \
Sidney Plmmons, oo f teed to give entire satisfaction I was forced to smile at El He's amusing i
Maxvllle ormnneq
were visitors here '
Friday. refunded. phraseology. are Good Tires
B. B. Williams spent several days "Oh the less
; In Jacksonville I said, the better, I
last "
week. Get suppose, I answered .
I a treatment of this wishing toI I
1\1rs. It C. money- ,
Wiml.erly and Miss forget all about the /
buck episode with U.S.
guaranteed Buy/ Tires
""lnltred 1lImbprlyvpre visitors to remedy at your Warren Fisher. I would not have to ,
ltcv Tuesday. neighborhood druggist see him again for I ttee a.e
was he
'\ J. W. Andrew'-. .h 1 ..t !Stnrke" was would not follow out his sure I
HOBO MEDICINE: intentions
business visitor 1 h.., ie Tuesday.Jacksonville COMPANY: of attending the house J. W.
party while I ANDREWS Jr. Starke
-- -- I
I fte.iumont Texas wus on it."Oh. Fla.
-St i ," anti parks to : ,
I beg "
be improved at co-' .f 1 1tJI'JII.' e .. .lfra t.F.alr.d.t.t1. in n most your exaggerated pardon, she man-exilaiincd :(;-


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I SESSION: Ut' LEta8L.\; TUKE tI I Jersey City. N. J.-Mr. Oeorg* At Plant City-Bank deposits here
: WITH Downs writes:-"When I was a j show increase of $000,000 In past!
Kits LA Among measures passed by the ; trnpexe'pertormer traveling with tho year
LocalInforiiiatioii session this year were: circus 1 contracted
Kits An act appt! ""printing $:jr! >uUUO from I severe stomach I Taylor- IPat--;curing; ;: ; plant cost n''-
Reducing. Girdle >.dd charm internal! impiavoncnt fund to establish trouble and nervous ? $30.000: to hu erected.!
to the, fUure. F ..nt mit.ri;.l. andworlnniuikhip. industrial plants in suite institu I breakdown Tha + )
F'1..h colorltl".i.brlllottercumlo"of doctor ailvfstMl -
tions. I' nperation ( Lake Butier -- All Indabtcclnctii
Concerning Our People Business >le from( I.K: ;> Twenty-five thousand dollars for 11U1U..1l1l1t'lr, q' .\, ." i against! the general fund except \1".nI4>
and tfiiarantcatl. R.tau. ..;.ic.$'-'.tI5. A<(< ntf' two years for serum to light hog I but 1 was afralil of( f I which vveie- brought over at tho time
Pro gres of the County and Town. .p.ci.l price V,50 cash Quan"'t !:'roited cholera in Florida. operations and put
> of
I I It ofT A frlenil SlllfI county \\as paid at the
Order !
today dollars
Fifty thousand
ccily.uncor.ct..J a year for I
I June of tho
posted Union
I meeting
try county
waist; end! .
hip advertising the state's
measurement und
resources .
l i Pills. ho having (j "school boar.l.irENTAWORD.
==::I, The Household Specialties Co. possibilities rtment.l'rovidll1g. through agricultural de I used them for year.
REPORT spent the wrrk-end with his parents, S3 W'..t MrltM Street Akron for pensions of 940 I the first deco .
Weather Report for week ending Mr. and :Mrs W. L. Wall. Uhioturned I month for a began to feel better and nouKl not i
June 10, 1925. Confederate veterans and be without them. 1 feel as young
home Wednesday evening from \wdows of veterans. I and full of vigor! as! I did when I
Date Max. Mia. Mrs. L., E. Jordan and little son, Tallahassee.Miss Establishing fund of $1,320,000 for I I Joined the CII'l'DI.t: all druKKletl.
Degrees Degrees Edward, of Oveido, are guests at the relief of rural schools. : !

June 4 88 67 home of Mr and Mrs. T, J. Griffin Alice Tharm, who has been Authorising admission .f womenas I ponies to suliiirilu for, 01 pur hl'">

June 5 87 60 the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, students in the University of Florida I stock in agruultuiiil stock i "t ip; 'I.i i.
June 6 80 71 Children wishing to attend sum left Wednesday for her home in for courses m law, engineeringand lions
June 7 87 67 mer school for review or special Madison. Miss\ Tnnrln was Accompanied others not available at the State I !1---- ----
To provide for n iof> u'luluin ..n 'the 1.1\ I I' ,;:;;: :
June 8 00 60 work please see Miss Isabel Bullen. by Miss Lucile Mithoell who College fur Women. : \ 1'1' "" II '''il 1 .. betvvt-un
June U 91 state constitution to alluu' I tin It i- the :$Ial ,' 1 Fa, .
70 will be- the guest of Miss Sara Davis. ProMdiiig for teacher training departments I :mil uid I Hi'ilhiiiim\
June 10 84 72 in high ochoolu of thu Inturo tu make din-it uppipimtimisl' :'piin".- I"mud.-" i iitiuii, to I,. E.I .
for Dr. A. E. Dunham has returned for the public schools of the state. :\ l-aini
Total rainfall week 1.74 inches state. I Mosilv ut IIIhl 1 votive liberal'
from a visit to Palatkii and St. Au Mrs. J. M Mitchell and her guest, | Creating three new countie-s-:Mai- rtvvnnl. 0-12-lt:
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Monday gustine. Miss Alice Tharin, of Madison, Kequuing Bible daily readings from the tin largely from Palm Ueueli; but, I ..
in Jacksonville. Misses Florence Matthews anal 1 Lucile Holy in the public schools of taking about nine square miles from WANTED A
Mitchell went to Gainesville Tuesday Florida: St. Lucie; Indian River from St. l.ueie Listings largo ttocts s,
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and ProMding I for the furnishing the 'I, acreage paying ten '
/ brokerage
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peck motored to Mrs. S. I.. Peek motored to attend the graduating exercises of by I and Gulf from Calhoun 'I'I percent -
to Jackson state "f free '
books from
: text for
White Springs Thursday. ville the U. of F. use of To promote and "protect the shell owners. Give prices.,
Friday and spent the day. pupils! 'm the first six grades of the I lash industry of the state, making an I I terms, locutions, hinders required<< ,

public snoots of .Florida. I I appropriation of $50,000! therefor and ,I, etc. W. A. llondriv, Genorrl delivery
L. II. Partridge was a business Matthias Morgan, of Ocala A. Y. Milan, of Jacksonville, was Appropriating $1,320,000 of state ; Miami
was for Flo.
providing tho establishment 5-22.4ta
visitor to Jacksonville here among the business visitors to funds I of.; ,
Wednesday last week visiting his tather, S. I tn be loaned counties in lisle butcheries. ,
F. Morgan.Mr. Starke during the week. Mr. Milan amounts of $20,000:! each ut J pur J!
Mrs. S. M. Cox spent Tuesday in I is showing his confidence in the future cent f"I'i relief of rural schools I I To protect and regulate thesalt. roiSONI DEWAIU.-Cotton:! >and
Gainesville. I of this section by making heavy Act permitting automobiles to run I water fishing industry in the state-, and Tobacco Growers; Take lieodtWo
and Mrs. Horace Farmer and investments here. 45 miles an hour on state highways declaring certain fresh waters to bo help you to market both these
little son, also Mr. Hope Farmer, of salt water and define salt and also
Bob Duckworth, of Orlando, was St. Petersburg limiting! speed to 15 miles In business wute-r crops can put you in
were here the
here Sunday visiting friends. the week. first of Mrs. B. F. Hall, who has been visiting and 25 through residence districts Creating the department of game i touch with tho best sources for obtaining
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holt- passed 1 by both houses and fresh water Hull( and the position this cheapest: of Crop Insurance -

Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- zendorf, has returned to her home in Prescribing the disqualifications of of state game commissioner. I against bug's.Vrltu us
office Mrs. D. L Almes has gone to St. Petersburg. Mrs. Hall was accompanied judges/ in cases in which their sons Designating a secondary preferential HARRY P. NOYES & CO. Vldo- ;,
graph Minneapolis for a visit, and before by Mrs. Mamie Garris who appear f"r either sjde. list of roads.Reciprocal ta, Georgia. 6-22-tt.
returning to Starke will also go to I will spend n week in St. Petersburg.Mr. I I Amending section 3213, Revised automobile license tag ::!
lIon. C. II.[ Register, of Lake Butler Dakota. General Statutes relating to quieting law of 1821 restored,I, making it unnecessary I Foil"SALE;:-MISSONAUY STRAW

was in Starke Tuesday. and Mrs. J. W. and : title and removing clouds' from for motorists to obtain BKURY: PLANTS These are tho '
J. C. Dougherty who has been at little son, Spencer, have moved hero titles of real estate. tags after being in Florida. :30 day' improved, variety, strong sturdy
A daughter was born to Mr. and tending school in Phillips University from Lawtey and are occupying the Empowering) county judges in the if their states extend l similar treatment plants from fresh stork from ,
Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Thursday In Enid, Okln, is expected homo the Liddon cottage on N. Walnut street. exercise "f jurisdiction as judge of to Floridians. Mil ry Illnel expert' growers, IJla ntIo'ehl'ullry I
morning. last of the week. !Mr. Awbrey is telegraph operator at the juNemle court to issue compulsory ---- .- ) lr>th, and in prime condition '
the S. A. L. depot process for the* attendance of witnesses Daytona-Daytona Morning\ Journal to give best results, \\' > are

Sheriff Brannen, of Lake Butler Howard Bracken spent Sunday and plans new building. I, prepared! to fiirnlMh any ilrsired .
was attending to business matters In !t Monday here with friends Mr. !Mr.\ and Mrs G. W. Alderman Mrs Pitsinbing a limitation of time utter I quit ntlty from, 1,1)00) to 1,00(1,000plants. ( 1
Sturke Tuesday. Bracken was graduated from the W E. Middle-ton, Misses AileenAlvarez the record of n deeil of a probate Saltair-Contract let for first paved | II II. Young! '1'. S Wil : t
I University of Florida on Tuesday. and Hazel MiJdleton returned of u will when a )person may: not assert boulevard. j liams. Starke, 1 Flu. ll-12-3t. 1
Col. and Mrs J. E. a limn to lands and validating I 1
Futch of
De- from -
Wednesday evening/ Tallahassee r..volllnd-New.
packing house to'b. )FOR SALE '
Land, are guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. II Missed Florence Elizabeth and where they attended commencement conveyances.Prescribing .- erected hero. -Opportunity to buy a i *
I L. Brownlee. Leila Doa .indrawn! are in Jacksonville : at the Florida State College by whom and in what I IPnlmdalo paying farm and pecan grove, 103 .
manner suits may be brought to I 2 miles, from Starko
visiting their cousin, Dorothy for Women. quiet I 1I'r.'s. on graJ- (
I title ,.,., -Thirty thousand
or deer n -I..I fr 1'.1 I n"o", acres oil' road !50 cultivation
Alvarez. acres in IB
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins went to Cocoa adjoining ; I {
designating ; ;; ; oil well sold for.
d'I i
Wednesday to visit Mrs Roscoe Mc- MUM Fannie Darby and brother, I! thenoce'ssury I proper $1.l.OOOIlO. acres In trees; pecans 250, 100 't 'j
Lane. James William Brownleo came up I Charles Darby, returned Sunday parties and complainant and defendant, I I I IClcarwater bearing; 70 sand pears 100 I

I from Gainesville and spent the weekend fret a trip to New York. On this delightful suits prescribing upon the the effect of such -Causeway to be built ; :>at'hol4, plums, oranges, persimmons : l
parties thereto
Mrs A. M. Darby will return homo': with his parents, Mr. and !bin trip they were accompanied upon the owners of the land involvod.and I here will be over 0,000 feet long and figs, two varieties of }I'I'po ;
today after spending two weeks in ,, H. L. Brownlee. by Mr. Charles Darby, of Jacksonville I Repealing! the Act of 1U2.1: 100 feet wide.GrovelandLumber. I grapes, and other fruit trees; 400 "
and requiring _
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard
Jacksonville. judges to charge the jury prior chickens, 25 hogs, 11 head I cattle, i
Wilbur A Scott, of DeLand will of Palatka. to argument by counsel. company clu1stroyed I ono horse, ono mulucqiilppod; with e.
H. C. Landrus and family have returned come Saturday evening to spend the Providing for appointment of additional by fire to be rebuilt. necessary farming Implements;
from a motor trip to South weekend with his parents, Mr. and The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian judges in the First and Third Tampa Two schools I Good buildings and out buildings. ;
new be
Mrs. F. to
A. Scott. church will have a cooked and : Zl
Florida. Eighth
Apply to Goo. A.
food sale at Hull's store Saturday An erected here. I owner. Gardiner,

Sirs G. M. Inman made business Col. and Mrs, J. E. Futch. of Do- afternoon, June 20th, at 't o'clock. enter, art with giving search officers warrant the, the right home to Auburndalectll I let for Starke, Flu. 0.5/ -lf. { "

trips the past week to Madison and Lund arc pending a few days at Cukes, pies, salads, meat loaves, in enforcement of prohibition law $141,000 additional paving and sidewalk II. 'f>
Daytona. I the State }Farm with Mrs. Futch's baked beans, cookies, etc., will be on Providing that hereafter work. PEANUTS i
1 brother, J. S. Blotch sale. Your patronage In solicited. seized under authority of search I t
n N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Pea-' I.
Legal blanks for sale at the Telegraph warrant charging violation of the Colemnn-First office building now outs $1.00 per bushel (Four cents l
:Mis. O. L. Beasley will go to Tampa Misses Ella White, Helen McLeod, prohibition haw shall/ be held by the under construction. ,
office. I pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.II. '
I per
Saturday and spend, a week with florin Averitt Katherine McLeod, clerk "f court.
I her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. C, Dur- Margery Averitt, Gladys Walker, andS. Providing penalties for Kinspirac-y Summerfleld-New school building T. HALL COMPANY c'
;Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and i dc-n. S. Averitt, Jr., all of Jacksonville! to violate tin prohibition law I to he put up; contract wauled. 1-D-tf. Lowell, Tl..

children of Jacksonville spent thewoe'kend --- and. Mr. and Mrs, M. D. Wilcox, of Providing, for erection and operation w
I at Kingslcy lake. II III Contracts for deeds, chattel mortgage Green: Cuve Springs, spent a few days H or c"ici .storugo, curing and drying -
blanks, option contracts with\fr: and Mrs. II. A. Bishop at plants in the state. 1 I' Ii
war- I
Mr. and Mi" F. F. Stump and Keystone Hi ightMr Amending .
runty deeds retain title notes, turpentine section .101!: )I, Revised l
children spent Sunday in Jacksonvilleand General Statutes, as amended, by I J. R. DAVIS & CO.' .
] leases, etc., for sale at the "
ut the beach | Chapter 111I! I ;
and Sirs' A. O. Avlruu and & Acts of 1U1M: and see-j
Telegraph office
I family, of Stuart, are spending several tions 1511, Revised, Gunc iiil' Statutes, "
A. Welles Stump, of Now York days (ef this week in Starke with relating! to Incniporatlon of agricul .
City, Is the guest of his brother, Miss Laura Wynn will go to Mr. and Mrs. G. II Bennett and other i'I Lure and horticulture non-iopera INSURANCEAGENCY
F. Stump. F'j C Gainesville: !Monday\ to enter the summer I( friends Mr. Andreu speaks highly of tive Hssotiutfons. ; tu. empower such ,
I school of the University. of his new home, although he some day associations to organize own or con .
;Miss Ethel Grlflln is In Jackson Florida.: I intends to return to Sturko to take trol stock or be n member of such ESTABLISHED 1886
ville visiting her aunt, Mrs W. J. tip his residence. corporations. and t" empower .such / "-
Gri01n. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Farmer of St. uations; to enter into market contracts

I I Petersburg, were visitors to Starko I Sirs and Sirs' W. B. Ennls and with their members and with STARKE FLA.

Miss Lucile Johns is visiting relatives [the first of the week, going from' daughter, Miss Margaret, Mr. and other associations enabling (him to
in Pompano and West Palm here to Gainesville to attend commencement Mrs Walter Wills all of Tampa, carry' out their purp"sesfinroasing .
Beach. I at the U. of F. have been visiting Mr. anti Mrs.\ J. W. 1'11I1111'111'' of ai'ridiltiiral ;-
--e | Morgan. Mr and IIr8.Iorgoan! accompanied i nunii',latins from' 15 1 t I"?" 'IDcrnts / 1
who has The circle of the Baptist missionary by their guests went to .
Mrs W. E. Dougherty .. "
\ppr itriuliriir| ; $, (lHO( ) ,
Gainesxille >
been ill for several days Is said society will meet next Monday Tuesday to attend the iimuiiuK fur r- t
very aiK)
afternoon.' at 3:30, at the home of graduating exercises of the University erti'.in t !! n-uMiiit-i' and p..athili-!
to be ,
slowly improving. j tii--" ..f Flw' ',d.,, thinijt'h s
j Sara Elizabeth Johns. Hostesses: of Florida.Tuck Inn'MIII' "f un
Mrs, Johns and/ Mrs.. Lucy Powell. I migration, I">< ("'"'!tment ..r ,V",'ri,,'ul- '
"In Christ." will be the subject of tort.

the Church sermon of Christ.Sunday 11 a. m. at the' Mrs. S. E. Drownlee and little cattle owners Andrews and, one farmers of the;of leading Union .\uthori/in, hanks and' !trust' nun- I I Why We Ask You To

j I granddaughter: Martha Brownlee, returned -I, county, living near Lake Btuler, was II I
Saturday from Palatka, where a business visitor to Jacksonville. Mr
F, A. Scott went to Lakeland Tues ; they were guests of Mrs. Brownlcu's''| Andrews said l that Union county is. MORE MILES !
day to visit his brother, Rev. George' daughter, bare A. V. Long making wonderful progress in improvements Make This Your Bank
F. _
Scott. along all lines. Goodr"ads t
I Mrs. Abraham Bailey, of Germantown are being/ built in several sections from GasOIUHNAIULY
Legal blanks for sale at the Tele- ,[ N. J., and bare Clark, of St. of the county and the farmersare your

graph office. I Augustine, have been recent guestsat all in good shape having made toad shotksiro r 0 i i
the home of bar and Mrs. W. G. cood crops of corn, peanuts, etc., this. ; likeo' tiFe
many little
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Dr. Strlngfullow.: season. He stated that some cotton is. brakes tire
and Mrs. J. J. Bullen motored to being raised in Union county, the on your that
Lake City Monday.F. The Intermediate B. Y. P. U. of 'Harmers treating it for the weevil.i .- tend to (counteract the power -
the Baptist church enjoled an all day 'I'lnw -.Union.I of tour motor. 'lliH

F. Stump returned Tuesday i f swimming party at Kingsley lake drair is eliminated In the-
from Leesburg and Eustis, ", | |last Thursday Jacksonville friends of Dr. Albert I new eas>'-rirlinjr: Kelly Hex-
'went fo look after business. l I I II Freeman will regret to learn that ibis Cord. The way in which II

Jesse Juhnsun, of Lake Butler, was I he has decided to move to Ocala, its flexible tread 1 accommod.ites -
:Mir Amy Moore returned Monday : m{ Starke for a short while Tuesdayn )i where ht will "n aKl' in the practice .
from Jacksonville; where she visited' 0 his way home, after attending the | of his profession, specialist in the di.- itself to the road,
her sitter, Miss Bertha Moore. c nmmencement, exercises of the high eases of the eye ear, nose and throat. actually helps your car jet I ry
I Sf rhool in Ocala. j Dr. Freeman formerly conducted an the List hit of power out of .
Wilbur and Louise Marshburn mo- I! office in the St James building in jour g.is.
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from. Jacksonville. He came here several
tored here Monday Miss Ruby Poppell has returned
the State Farm and visited friends h'ti rams from Salon, where she taught years ago from Starke He was a In addition this newest
I lie past term After school closed I member of the associate' staff of member of the Kellv family

Mrs T, N. Limbaugh, of Lakeland, 11\1\Iiss[ Poppell visited relatives In New vice physicians president at St.of the Florida and gives the same. continuous I

came Friday and is the guest of her myrna and Plant City, before coning !Medical Association in State carefree mileage that : This
1010 and is SAFE bank
a not alone in financial
sister, Mrs II. L. Brownlee. to Starke. president of the association in 1911. has always been a Kelly i ; strengthand

He also served during the World, war hiracteri-ic. ( Come in and backing, but safe alto because of its conservative
Mrs. C. F. Sayles, of Miami, came Owing to the Union Temperance ]Iin the United States Medical Reserve !let( us show
Friday and is the guest of her pan leeting next 'Sunday night at the I Corps at Camp Lee and Fort M'. you one. I yet progressive policy and because of its stead.

rents, Mr. anti 1\1rll..C. L. Peek. Presbyterian' church there will be no Henry. In Ocala he will be on the i; ily increasing resources and business.It
at the Church of Christ. .
e ervires I staff of the Marion county hospital,
Frank Pomcroy of Jacksonville, which Institution. is building u lit ,:,> I gives its customers
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. M.\ Mr. and Mrs P. E. Canova Paul and handsome structure for the rnri..< every convenience, comfort
, :'IitchelTuesday\ and Wedno.dav. 'nnova. Jr.. Eunice Canova and Martiu I of the sirk Dr. Freeman's many Jai'ksonvillp and assistance that a good bank can give.
Powell returned home Thursday 1
I t friends will wish him the 1I
Harold C. Wall of Jacksonville, f:mm/ a trip to Avon Park Lakeland host of success In his new location I
a ml, Oak lull!. : Times-Union.! LET US HELP YOU
Albert II. Freeman, 31. I D. Misses :Mona( and Blanche Alder- Tallahassee Governor John W
>nn, :Sludge JHiddleton, Iris Epper- Martin achieved another
Announces the removal of his a on and Isabel Fernandez, who for when the .,'nat.. adopted the triumph house ,
office from ti he pint term have attended the bill fixing the tax on gasoline at four BANK OF STARKEThe

St. James Hldg. Jar, I..la.to 'lori'Ja State College for Women, r.- cents on. the (I'S! II tJn. The vote was

Help Boo. t Bradford County! twent> three for and! four againit I Bank Helpful Service
Friday, June 12th Fireproof Garage
Holder Bid Ocala. Fla.
? Starke Growers; \ssotiaUon ITCH KILLEDIn

Diseases of the Eye Ear, SCHOOL( 30 minutes with
Not and Throat. 4t Gad, Speeches Par-a-mt-i-cide i for SO cent II I II I
I ('OMEf: Sold by :Mitchell's Drug Store. I I .


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:. D..rlpllo" Bea T. a. A. Taxes D..rlptlon Bea T. B. A. Owner
Owner A Cab: :

SWi4' or SWI ._____._._....13 4 200 H. T. P.rn.1I .___..-______ 19,79NW4 Loh
\ of NWyj _____..______14 1 10 .0 o. W. S..pp ..__.____.__..____ 12,79SW' In Woodlawn.19 II II 180 T. B. Ham, ...______..__.....
{ FARMERS and FARMING of NW{. I... R. It.r'ghtof.way A'y' 0' lot 68n W..n.' _.19 8 2i 0 M.... Laura A. Blush---------. _
-. _-:._--14 1 10 I' III.... W. J. Thomas .___._.___.? 10.00 Loh 11.17 In Woodlawn. __0010 5 22 10 R. J. Stokea ___....___._.____
F.J' of A W 11V a of Lota 49-80.ea.n In Wondlown.IO 8 ta 40 B. H. Tbompooll __.____.
Wiy: ::1''E1 --_ -,___....u 10 11 H. T. Pa..11 _____._.._________ 81.10 Lots S5.a. A N14 0' lot 8d Aall
B. N'', ../ NEY, I...- IA 8E.or Iota

__.._____.__.-._____,1 10 76 B. J. Sapp ____u______.___.__.___._ 26,47NI 50-51.64 A Nob 01 IoU 62.64is
FARMERS AND 1UUCKEKS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE ut NE'4. of U. R. __,16 120 U G. W. It.PI _...__..____.._.._ '.U Woodla..n ___._...____20 8 II 138 W. P. Dorou6k ......___.._____
: NEt4' uf BW 4 __.-?_.___11 1 ao 40 Samuel W. Brown, ._....__.______ U.7' Lou 87-58.66.80 In Woodl.naO II 2:1: 40 Bxtvla .1. GIIII.", _...__._....
*(V; ARTICLES OF FARM: EXPERIENCES AND !METHODS\ FOUND SEt; I ..f NE1/A ...__._._..._..42 6 10 .0 JobMon !Cell... _.____..-__. 16.87NWi LO 32 k 8,44 of lot 84 InWadlawn
BE BEST SUITED '10 OUR: COUNTY oNEI4\ A N'', ofNWIIo 5 10 120 H. 1'. l'arn.1I 11.48 __. .. IO II 13 IS Sim. Laura A. BIa..1I ___m___
ft TO I .tl.n.IUlok I N.w River InESL Loh In W..dl..1120 8 270 J.II U. Dowling, __________.
1 of NE''.'1 of Sea 23 andW&ot Wli or NW'' of NW" 0'
j NW5sofae.24tpd I NE', A EL 0' NEt: 01

', This- --i the of I ij TL ao ....t __.____......_.._..._.__ Will. lor....." _...._.._._._ .n NW'f:t : EV R or'NE4' ofNwt of
COVVI'KAH AOIUlIl'1:. :; : I is summary -----1 Luta. 1.3 of Bib IS In New Rv. .. NF:' or NW'4 6 NEI4 ofNE4

i OR .iARWfcEllS; : ; (.n'E I' lions mode! by the Agricultural Z in E :, of NE14 Ior Sea 25, a of SW\ ?._._._..__21 8 23 80 D. D. BI'IIWI1ln. __________.
KALIHA*' <>U (,.KA/INO tension Division of the University fI W' NWV Sos 34Tp NW,, A NEI4' orNE'4 0'
1 I Florida.EXTRACTS. e 11 It 20 ...t --'----'.-.-- H. T. Pan.1I _......._...._.____. 1.87 1'11.,01 '/ SEV A EV

J and sorf.t'hum'f -- I I Lo 6 of !ilk 14 I" New RI". of Sty 0' KIEV 01 !lE'4' .0021 II 22 II C. R. Sapp ........__.._.__.
Cowpeas or i-owpcus I In E 4 of I
1 Z 'tu':: :. Com .t NW cor 01 SWt4 ofNEV.
broads 'e e e e
'f planted now, either in rows or j W4 o NW4a 6,+"1,51j'MTV I .to run E 131.8 .de 8
e fI It 2" ...t Jexa. _____.._ 1.0'Lot
cast will make good (grazing for !| FROM COUNT .1 MatUawa 60 rda W 631.3 nl. N 60
s ,' included. This combination I or ilk 3a In New RI". rda to boa. _.._....._..._..22 8 2Z 20 Unknown .________..__.__
stock, hogs AGENTS' REPORTS erlitHrofNEV4 of Scal9, sw'', of A NEV ofNWV4
is hard to brut for good hay. .1 A Wt,4 or NWy4 of 8e. 64 or S% 12 8 21 10 T. t.. W.lnwrllJllt ._.___._.__._
''e Tp e R 10 ....t __ _..__..___....__ Vnkaowa ........_...._...__ 1.1 v.- ---------
yr Ono bushel of peas und 30 pound e I II .u NEV, 0' SEI.\ except Ii: 10 a _22 8 12 80 rMac Comb.1 ___._________
recommended where I All Blk. 1.36'S7-3 .39"'O"'I. NEt, 01 SWV ____._____..22 8 220 J. 8. M.lIl ....__._____-_.-.
of i sorghum are New River In of
42 la
'II Duval-The corn of the r'.V wi of Bwv fnNE
w broadcast planting i I" d Hired. These I county is more promising crop than for NE'/ ':'f ae. ::. A .Ws""R" ofeNaWt cot -.---: t..I.O._a-_.--2Z 6 22 10 C. R. Sapp .._.._.__-_.._..

I 4 amounts result reduced when by planted"ne-half in will three-give I, the past several years We have one 4.0/- __'..__.. ...__.___ W. ilL H..JI/ .._..?...._._______10..0 WiJ A of 4 fo F.yv .\ oE SWL422 t, 8 22 20 Mra. E. N. Wblle ..-__.__.-.--

good demonstration plot that is estimated All Blk. 48.49.80-61-62.83.56. F't4 of NtL 0' NWV I nl NE4.23, 8 2:1: II M. F. Brown .____._______..-.
cultivated or 6T.58 In N. River In of
1S foot rows and once EV N 4 or
a WI4 0' NE'1 ofNwt'
to be the best that has been
twice. ever NE' 0:74 ; : Sw il ofNW4W ___..__._____n23 8 23 J. IL Low...,. --.-..--..-..-..
grown tp 20 W 76 iot B 4 In
For late hay or fall grazing, beerKarweed I W. III Hod" ...._.__....._...__ 9.85NW town .,; Lawtry otvD of ".23 8 22 W. L. O.t.tt __...........
m a goad Crop, SUYIIV.. E. Baker-Crops are looking fine. Cotton ;of; -SW54-:::::::::::=: 4-ii-20-- 40 III... W. H. 1'11..11. ._....___.... 12,79NEL4 Com lIa tt W 01 NE cur of
ii Stokes and forage crops peclaliBt 8W except 1 a in Int 451k 4 A run 8 106 ft
grass the Florida Agricultural treating has_ started. A few boll NW :'..: for aahoui ______--.37 II 20 80 W.II.o. NedJ _____.....__..______ 13.09S W SO rl N 100 It E 30 It 'n
,I of weevils are showing up. or S\I, of lot It __..____.80.8 10 10 I. w. Plnhololu S. --.........__._ 8.U beg In town of Lawtey W
Experiment Station. June IB the usual W 4 tof tut I .I A 8EV4 of ----t of Ry .________..____..__23 II 2Z W. R. Ed.rardA ._.__....__.._
r time of planting beKirarweod; and Lake-Bright fruit for fancy priceis BI 10 10 I. W. Plnholater. 8. .._._..___._ 11.11 WI4 0' lots. 1.2A E 121 It 0'

1'' 10 to 20 pounds of seed per acre lat' being stressed with the growers of !AtcerfSu814aofeiotal20\ -r: NW J. E. Clammoa.Ei ...____._..____. 4o.t1 lot B of rub I 4 town ofL.wteg
11 6 10 no ; .__.__
W of _.__..._._a2 0 22 2,. A. M.ft' ._ .? _
the usul'l! rate of needing.
r Lake. Am advising the control l of rust J or NWI1 0' NW A FVor W' of tat 6 1 In town

If hay Is i desired, cut just an bloomIng mites. SWV or NWV: A Bw'4of I. W. Plnll late., I! .. IUS of+ h.wtry ;: of\ly .2e. II 2Z Mn. M.ml. LOll Edwuda _.__
SWV, of ..... .aa 8 10 10 --
T AI Dlk Lawtey
1 In
starts. If not disturbed after AF.4, .._...__ ..._________84 8 1A 180 WllIoon" 'burner keels Co _____ 408054E44 }: _town_ _of_ J. W. Barber ._..___.____.__.
Orange-The citrus\ field meetingsin Char! Brown .... .... 12.70 23 2Z
olt' the -
this hay crop is taken plants 01 __ ___ _..._84 6 200 --- -- I H"tt Ilik 89281( In loan 0' "

'r put out A second growth and crud tho county last week aroused considerable WI" of swt;; A NEbi 0' B.IIIO.i .. Sterricla -.... ... 81..6N 1.1I"'v"" w 01 Hy ____.__.._83 8 2:1IIW : Abbla 8. Herb' y ((112') _.____._
BW'l If 8 20 120 -- ----- -
sufficiently to give a !wood I volunteer interest, and were well at of !iw'C::::::::::::::: I 1 10 @O J. E. Clemmuna ..._____.....__.._. 84.70 Dlk :,,In. town_o!.Lawtey II Abbie S. HAfI"" ____.____..._..
23 II
tended. Good talks were made by a 1. W. Crosby .. .__..___._ 4d.8
crop the next scaion. Or this second r.n'". 1.2 __ .___._._...._ "00_: 7 7 10 160 ----- -- lInt 51 It N A S b" 100 tt E
be used for second hay number of specialists. Lot 2 a la I SE corA W
growth a A S of hotel lot
mny \\\X\ ul 1.t Il -._-.-_.--- 7 7 10 In A. A. Haan .._.__?.____..._... 7.13 lot 21 It NA Sby except 40 I 11KA a

x crop or-fall grazing. Osceola-Watermelons are maturing NWV Inc 17, c;!, SW'I 1111 ; Wart; cit;: 5 7 7 21)200 A.Bloxham A. H..a Ward ::-:::::::=:::::::::: It : town W of in Lawtey SE cor ,J of same hr .in.28 8 12 B D. Walla --------..-.----..._

I'LtN'I'" SI'AWISN1 I'K;.\NUT8 NOW rapidly now. They bid fair to Lot 1 of Rlk 8 In Ward City_ 5 7 10 L. W. Crosby __..____.__....__...__ 8,48lad. Lot 49 In town of Lawtey E ofIn
PALL yield well and be of good size. ,. 1.2.94of IIIk I' InWard 28 24 23 26 6
Klt IIOiS 10 iltA/.i: TillS _______ _._____ 8 'f 20 U. P. Gain __._____..__........._ 18,86 sees tp
City ? S R 32 oat ..._--_-..._._.._......_... Fannl Robinson _......_.._.__.
Lora of illk 20 In Lot 3 In OUa ...b div In East
Wakulla-Crops are looking good. .__ __ _...__...._ _.
Indications are that hogs are going .M u I 10 111.. Miller 04tin.y ? 12.88 lees 24 21 28 tp
this fall. W. E. Cotton growers Intend to treat for All lilt 23 .c.pl lot 7 In Wart. k"lil2 .::3 Wm. Anderson .___._.._....__
to be a good| price ------------------- ----
the boll weevil. CII" .__-8 7 10 Dloxbam Wart _.._.....__-_.___ 1.0' E', or 8WL4 r SWV4 of
blokes; grass and! forage crops "poclullst loUt 1 01 Rlk 23 In Ward City 8 1 10 B. 11. lIapp ._..___.._._-___._ 4,09 NE' _. .. __..__._ 8 2Z 8 M... 01. 71.4. .__.__...._...__
of Florida Agricultural Experiment ilton-Tobacco prospects in Com .t NE: 00' 01 J. A. lob.hotta NEt. 0' NE''. of NE4, __n..U 6 12 70 hlattte A Woodrn ............__
Station, Is urging farmers .hI.nr. lot and pun E SW'4 01 NEt? 0' SEV _.__un IS 22 10 0. Davie _.._...___.__.._..._
county are the best in the history of 76t 8 240 ft W 71 h N 240 I W'4' of SEV 0' SE", of NEI.28 II 22 8 Wm. Thumaa .._..___..__.___
to be sure they have enough feed to ft to AEV 8 7 20 O. M. B..III ... .. .. 16.61SEV4
the Indastry for both quantity and Ib'Et1 t'.r.r14 -- --- ----- -- of NEV4 except
I care for all their hona.! quality. A Ptt St; 0130Bv: 4...__.__.__._.,_._21 8 23 16 1Ihod. A IIroQI..n _..___ .
will .acrpt RY .I"h.ol-w. .__ 9 7 10 10. U. P. Camel _...__._____.._......_ l ..UNF. E 6'y a of of NWV ofNwv4 -
planted now
Spanish peanuts
', of NW'4' A W4 0'NW'4 .N: __ __ 2' 8 2a 8 J. O. T..hatona .......__._..._
!give good grazing) In 100 to 110 days Liberty-Tobacco in our section is ._u_ _....___.___10 1 10 125 U. P. G.In.y _._____....___......__ 29.88 All NE',-0' NEI4- -- of--8W1----, -Eof -
lifter should be NW'4' 0' IIWI.\ ___ ._. 7 II 41) II. P. C.ln.y ____.__.___..______._ 12.11
they come up. They looking fine. ''' '-- Ry ._-----_--.-----__-2. 8 22 8 F. A. Fisher. _._.... ___ ..._
with little NE'' or !IFI.' Lea B6 a .____18 7 10 84 ill P. talon/ __.?___...-___.__ 10.76w4 Com at SW cot 01 SW'4 of -
I supplemented a corn. .r. IIW'\' of NW', __..__11 7 ao 80 IL L. Lewis, .________.._____.____.. U.81 St:' a run E on arc IIn.J"8IJ .
Mr.( Stokes. says. that the way to IIlbborough-Uel.l two citrus meetings Lot I ____--.--.________.-- 7 20 dO C. N. Show .__.__.__.__..._..____ 4.70 I a beg. thence
get good yields of Spanish peanuts Is In the county this week. Insects awl' nr NW', A NWV of ; : E UsOlt 8 660 ft

to plant them in rows 2 1-2 feet to :a i and diseases and! their control and IIW''' ', NW'.2.29 7 10 II J. 8. Fo.th ____.____.___._._._. U.S W II'M Il to beg ...__._....2S II 23 8 Jan. W. William ___._....__.__
of / 7 200 1, S' Fewl.r ------.---------------- 1920NWI' w',. 0' SW. or N,4 ofSE4
feet apart, with the .seed five to six: producing quality fruit were discuss- A E'i' ..f-iiw-if.:::::.26 T 20 210 bin. L. V, Dowling---------- _._____._________.n 6 U II J... Ruhe1'l1l _____..__.......
inches in the drill, and work them ed by experts. 11"0 'of Wt4 of NE'1 of NE'4 ::1 8 It IS W. E. Grill.--------------------- 8.41 W' of NE'4' of NWII .___--27 5 U 10 J. T. Hnddilll ___.______.._..__

fait, so as to keep weeds and grass 1 I Walton-Pecan-;;- : are WUJ I of ot NW'NEL1' ,. A_-NV-_of__00.1:1 NE'4 : 5 II 80 J. O. Router _._______._...__......__ 24,28NW' 8EV4 NF14, gl NW'NW".t of of NWV2T SE'44 ANE' 8 22 JO C. R. Sapp .-._......._.._._...

out. When the plants start setting for bearer growers spray- or NE'Ia ._ ____.___?.___28 8 2\ 10 C. C. Cowart __._..._________....__ 88.50 ', ur SW6, ot BE'4' ,2T 8 23 10 1'. L. Dlllklni _.__._ __._
nut, itop working. ,ling case and cotton grow- IIW'i' or NWV4 __.......__..25 4 240 A. J. Cowart ________._____-_. KI.30 S'' of of ? ?
Turn hogs in nuts 1-rs are poisoning the weevil. Prospects IIW'' of ABt_ ._____._______28 5 21 40 IIln. J. Eo S.Pp .._____..__.___ U.a7 A, w', E.J.En'7: ; SE" E'iIII
a1 soon ns are are for an extra fine cotton NW' of IIF.4 A I a I" BE -!. ot IIWt01 SE', ... !IE',
mature. The Spanish peanut sproutsif .0. of 8E4' or NW'Ia A 1 a e or I'E', 0' SW', 110231 ___27 6 23 88
crop In the county this A. IL Harley ((1928) .___..__....
I left in the ground, after reaching year. In SW nor 0' 8WI!> 0' ot SE'Io' nf SEL ..I SE'".',
I -- NEt, ______._____-----24 II 21 42 J. W. Johnson __..._.____.__u____ a.2' B'i M of SE"6 ASi
tnaturlty.t __ e .. NEt' nr AWL __. ____.____24 II It H 1>.. A. I. Johnson ._..__________... n.S7 IW!. l 8W44 4o SEI ABE'
wI, Of AR'i of SWV.60 8 21 25 a. O. Green __. __.__..___..______ 0,41SW'
GOOD; 011.\0' IN SUWA'NNEB:H' HOME DEMONSTRATIONt { of SEt, of SW'27 8 12 155 A. H. Harley ..._...__.._.....
of SW", A t WV.of oI NW'' NWI A
1I ...___..____.__._8 ) 8 21 MI ._ __ .__..._ B'n Nvs
< AGENTS' REPORTS E'1 J. W. Nlohol. .. ..-.. unNW'I f N'j' ot'sW'1o or 1IW': ._27 8 23 M M. navl. ___._...
Live Oak June fi.-Branford or NE'BS 8 II 40 111... J. E. Sapp .__.__.._____...__.. U.S7 NW"\ 0' Swv" or SW'. .____19 6 23 10 H. R. Crawford-, ..____-
i off the for garneringthe 144 n n"'N Vt"O'p.t; bounded W', or S'2 of NW'4 of NW',
carrying( palms S W road AF '

first barn of tobacco in_ Suwannee Collier-Cake sales are proving hy h..nrh ___._______._.88 8 It I U. 8. Norman ..._._-_____.._.__._ 7.01 :."N } 'of NE"t of OfS NW' ofNW" A

county this year Ophas 1'eternon of to Everglades: club girls. NWI4 0' NW% __._.'..._____ 1 8 21 40 E. W. C..n _....._.._._.____..._ 12.37 \ _.___...._.____.23 6 21 BO H. J. Thoma ..__.._____

.. that section having Idled his barn on Equipment: for the girls' club room W1. of of NEL io of SW'AWv4 -::::: I : : 20 10 Conway Irm oo Matthewa. __::::::::=:::=:: 14,37NE" 8.11: Lots lot I.a 8 A A Nit Si! or 0'lot lot 9 3 and A all all\

\VeInecdaI'. was received last week. wit'!. or NW\, or IIW'4 'U'_. 1 6 21 10 MIIo Dailey __.._.__.__________ 8.8S t..a 16.t7.14.SI.GI.58-57-8.59
This is an important event In Su- I EI4 01 BW'/ 01 8E'4 A 8E'4or 4n A N1,2 0' 10" 83.84 In

f vannee county inasmuch as the cropthis Suwannee-Rally Day was very SEi4 SW"' ..._....?_--_ t 4 II 110 IIln. !II.."I. E. Ed.de .__....._... 24 58 Woodl..wn ____._____.___29 8 23 151) W. P. Do."h ._.__ .._

.' year has been largely an experimental oucceanful. The attendance was at : SW',, :::::::::::::: : : : g J black, J. Addlaon Crosby: :.:::::::::::==:= 16.84 16.31NWI : Sit Lots uf lot 22 A all In\ Iota Woodland 27.28.3636.37.9c3941. I 23 .0 Dratrice M. Gilbert __----_.._

I one and the results amongthe (least flOO( exhibits were made by 16!), 1111. .I IIW' .___..__ ....____11 8 II 8Q A. B. Alvanea _.._._______.__u.___ 17.2T .

farmers hereabouts have more nnd 32 scholarships were awarded. NE', 0' NE' ..__._._.__._.12 6 21 40 111... M.1fK1. E. Edward, ._._...__ J.n U In Woodl..n. _________._29 I 23 145 Hector Cameron ....__.______.
I 11 a I. NE .0' of SWV4 01NW:1. Lot 29 A BEV 01 lot 40 A W'iof
than justified tho time and effort A BI0'!. NW'/4' of
: iota 40.49 A oil Iota 10.61
:spent In carrying the project through. i Holmes! -Hundreds of glasses of ________..._____12 5 II as Elam L.wb, ..____-_____ 11.14 In Woodl.wn .-._.?__._____29 8 225 M... Laura A. DI..ell ___ aM"l
The outlook Is bright for big returns -I blackberry jelly are being made now. SF.10 .r NW's A NW'4 orNl'lj E'2' or Iota 48.40 In Wood- -

throughout the and, tobacco The berries are at the right stage. AWL: or IIW'4' .to NW"Lf of lawn, --___.__.____.... I 23 10 H. R. Crawford ._-._._._-
county A Nli of Swy4 0'IIWI. Lois 8.11 A NV I of lot 22 In

experts say that nothing .short Palm neach-Am planning place ., ._____________ __.12 8 21 110 W.ller Underhill _____ 87,10NEV4 Woodl..n ___________..20 I 23 21 loff n. DowllnlJ ._.?__._.__.
a : or
could SEll A Nt4 01 SEV, LOla 1- .1.8 A NI.(, 0' lot 18A
of lightning destroy the crop for the week's club camp and arrange of :rEJw-;: ____ _____l4 8 II 80 Walter Unda.blll -..______ 18.63 all iota 28.8I.40.41-48-47..
ing details in connection with it. NV, ;-.pt;. ; 16 a inOR 411. In Wood-

now.By thq middle\ of next week, tobacco cor A eao..pt .I a in NEeor I..wn_ .---3 I 23 1.1 D.atrlo.II.\ GII6ert ..._._.___
curing will be in full swing in this rmellun, -The senior clubs are all of- SELL_ ..-A.--WV4- -_of-_-NE-.-_%-2:1: 6 2t .0 Blm K.Iley _.._._..____.____.__.. 29.97wi Lot Iota 3 A W'4'! 01 lot U A all\

county and. the "bright leaf" may I busy with conservation work. Two of SE', .. _._._____21 6 II III 6i 11. A J. L. UnJorblU ___._-__. .1.01 In Wnndl.wn 1S190 .to_Sty__..01__.lot___83...0 W. 1'. _
8 U 80 Coronets .._____.____..
ant a 01 .__.__ M. I. M.Rae ________ ____
share In the honors with corn, cotton,, pressure cookers and one water seal o. 8'4 NEI4 .38 8 II U aO.13 IIAVO WLb' lot In
; :: in":
Last 3 S 21) 0' Bib :
melons and other crops, nil of whichare tanner were bought by club girls this except tt. 11 ____ ?,8A 0 II IS III... LOII.a A. DI..ell _______
i In lIam .on City _a 4 7 II John O.t ___.._.._.._ 8.39 Lot a in Wondlll..n ____._ -
exceptionally good in this section month. W 4 m 01 S', 0' SWw ofNEt4 Lou 1 U 10 S. H. Thompxn __._._-_?__-

this year. ______.__._______ 8 'II 4 lIIullno1o p.ldlleon _.__..-.._____ 0.92NEV4 RI.32-39 A 01 lot I
Gadsden-Quantities of blackberries ___'''''_____'_____ II 7 Ii 110 E. E. Hmakie ___..._______._... 48.S W..dl..n WV ____.._H_...In_3l I U J31 B.ot.I. M. Gilbert ._._
/ NWV 0' : A 0' NE4of "
KltLVE SI'4 Wtb Lou 12 of
J) BEFORE II are being canned and made Into 111':1/: A S74 01 SWV otor :of lot tls.s.. all loo 'Itl1.:1:

TII.IYl''nE SEED Jelly. I'IEV _____...._______12 7 21 80 11. A. Pre.rott .______._... 22." A Sty or lot 28 A oil lole !4- I

NI'01: NWI Nl1a".__NWV. _____.ofNW" H. .___ 28-43.46.31-54 In Woodl.wn.81 I U 121lfn.\ Laura A. DIu.1I _____
Now is the time to use the hoe, the Polk-The girls' club camp at or .11 7 II 10 IL Spencer ___._._. 11.70WI" Lou

scythe and the mowing machine I Camp !Miller la,.t thoroughly nr NW'N NW4. A Sty nl- BE4.or otNW' 82.81 In Wondl..n ________11 I U lip J. F. II10rr lon _...___-..-

against weeds. If three pests are destroyed enjoyed l by the 4i girls in attend of S\Vt. ____.__._._.7 It 121) E. H 1011. -__..__.________ 83.07 Lots In Woodl..n::11.45.63 a (E'6 01 lot /4
now they will not have a once.IIilnborough. SE':'., of NEL. __ _.__._._____11 7 II 40 t'nkno..n --------1920 Lou 37-45.53 A 11023))0'-------8l lot I U as R. U.. Pllnn.nte (J93)) -___
w' or ____._ H. 8. Waller ._____......... E'4 H
SW .r __
chance to produce need for n bigger NE tF.4 .ao 1 II 10 18.20I In Woodl.wn .-._..___..-81 I 22 as R. U. 1'0"0"101' _..___
In : of SEof
a car
SWu4al.o WI' or lot 11 A alWondlawn lot 18 In
crop next year. During May the .lief. 69 ,d. W 0' NEeor _..___..____81 I U 11 w. E' Norman __..____
This time of year the weeds line senior clubs had their regular tens. or awn. of AEL: A. run E'4' 01 lot IT In Woodlllwn .._31 I 21 I H. H. I'.rm.nlo' .?.____.
the roadsides Each member hat W 1':1: yda B 440 yta E 162Pd Lot 10 A Wli 0' lot \I .
the fence the wore a and dress N4!
corners, ,. N 44" yl.. 10... ______20 14
to 'II
J. J. Byrd .___. ... 8.0' 01 lot 23 In Woodl..n __ J..
which she had ? _.81 I II to R. St.r1ln.' .________
edges of fields. and | made. -----
and the w' 01 NW' _____
0' T U
groves, l NE'4 .n It L. B. Hall __.__...___ '.83 Lot 24 In Woodl.wn ______
23 H. U.
-- I U 10 P.rmcnter ..____._____
pastures Kosidos being an eyesore, RW'' ._____.______..___.11 7 II 110 Jan. R."nolda ________ 11.4 Lou 4-6.1.M.0.10.\I.U.I4.I5.18
I I Escambla Have been arranging SW 0' NEV A SEV 0'NWIi. .
they harbor pests und, help furnish for the county club camp, and have ._.___._.____.._!! 7 II .0 I. J. Byrd __..__._._-__ 2S.1 30_SI.S ;:t1.88.A9.40/t 26-lA.2A..
seed for weeds. in the cultivated fields).!! lE'" .t IIW, of SW 4i A ES4of !. 42.13.41-46-

later. I'i also arranged n number of picnics for SWv _. _. __ __2' 7 It 100 I.. a.Tnolda ...._._._.___ 2.11 6263.61-66.66.676.
1 the dilTerent clubs.LeeFiftyseven. Cam on S Ibe 0' NWV4 0' 61 in : : : ;
Many pastures are ruined by the I NE't' on W IIn. 0' fly right.ofway E'' Woodlawn' -- -- --32 I II m J. F. Morrl."n -.-___
presence of weeds., At first there may I girls made A nun N on .I..ht-o' NE"fNE'N A E01 of NEIof W'x' of

be only a few, and so their removal I I plete exhibits eom-. WHY 17B yil. to a pt 01 brgth BF:L, A NEV', 01 NWLof
at the club ,
con.I 'ne. W 170 yda N 124 -
is relatively SELF, ---.U I 22 150 E. L. Crews _
,,, easy. However if they E .
are allowed to grow and mature seed I I to test.fourth Three certificates were awarded au yta S on to rightofway.thrnre right-of-way' "E'01 W, NF.8v'. oSE ------33 I 22 10 111.... R. C. Crow.-._____--.

unmolested, a larger crop will be -year -club girN.. AF'121' of yd.NIVI to beg __.___I__...In_19 7 It II I. C. Harry ._..____..._____. 11.10 S4vii! ---ol---_NWof------,6 22 9 Mr.. H. C. Crna ____._ ;
present next year and the pasturewill I The original fly would not have NE tot for church. ___.a_._ _20 7 II ID N. D. Jonx -_.__..... 16.70 8wv4 F.1' of of SWh'' or SW'-------3 SE' $ I 23 20 1\111. Tompkln. _u.___.
Ceo. Coleman ..
I 22 10 ...._._.
finally be over-run. During the I I been in the original ointment If his Com on N Ilne of SWIof NE", of NW""t.t.o of 'EiX'-'fas

summer the mowing machine Is. the family tree had been well swatted two .NFL4.t....."on A W loin line 8 01 on It".I..ht-o'. .I..ht.. 5w'\ a. NWt4 0' NEt{ of
best friend of the Jl Eof !!W" A E'y 0'
permanent pasture. or three generations back.NOTICK wily II rt to a rt 01 bee,
!swt, 01 SEI 0' NWV __ Dank
thrnee W 100 It S lOB ft E: Lots. 1S-2I I" r..v\1l.\ ,86 I 221 I' 0' Wlllbton _.____
Inn It. th.n. N to beg IA

I SW' ,.r NE'., __ ...__..__.29 7 n Mw. D. A. Barry ._.__.-______ 1.69 in"nf N'NW's:, of NEt. ANNE' 8. n J. J.
Lot I .f I1lk I In Graham ...29 7 31 hln. D. A. __._._. 8 u Strong ____._-
Notta .la hcroby irUin I that the following. drMrttwd lamia will b. oj| at publte auction Barry __ 14.10 of NEt, 01 SW4! ..... I 6 II II Unknown ,__
I.ot __
M or I'lk 9 _
In Graham 20 1 11 J. H
_. .__
Surtwtoy ._.
on th* FIRST !MONPUY IN JULY 11)45 It being the 6th Jar of nld, month before the Et4 of AEtl W14 of '.83 swt4 or liE' --.8 e 21 41) P. O. w. Drown .___._____ :
d Court sus* Door at SuikiIn DrailforJ county. Slat of Florida, or will be PE's E of __ ._.,?._19 4 12 120 W. P. Clyde __ .._.____._ 12.81 SEi, fWt f.
'jj coat of such nvCMaanr..Io.n to pay.th amount due for ta'" let optxwlt th. .am., to. tVr with the All ___..... ... _..__._-_ao 4 22 U. R. L. Slack R Co.--m----___._.___.._..I7S.S2 81vv of A Wt,
ailvertbln. .:. W. IIA YEt1. Tax Collector.I'mrrlptlon All . ..____. _____21 4 U ell R. L. Black A" Ca --__.__.___. WNv.ENWV. ---; 4 4 12 50 A. i', Bryan ---_____

All -U 4 U 810 H. 1.. Hlaok A Co. .-._____..-.....17382 WA0off( A C: 6 0' 3W54 of
S All n.op SE', or SELL .__uU 4 22 800 R. L. Itl.ok A Ca .__..._.__.._..16494 a
', Tatee All ___..h..2 4 22 140 R. 1.. Black A Ca --___.______ SW'----------, 1 U U' Fannie Eo Patty __.__.___
t 4t' ".. T. R. A. Oenar Co.uS NE'' I 01 !J F.4 It W' 01NF.IIa A. El' 0' 'Y1ol
: a N'. of NW. _....25 I300 R. 1. Black A Co ______ 6466 SE' SW' -
(, NW14 of SEt, A NV ot All .___--_ ...__...._.____ 4 22 840 H. L. HlllAk A eo. ..________.._._ -- : : 11 '::3 E. f'p Canera -
t 8V4 ._ 31 8 \9 110 R. J. Andrew .___._.._____-_____ aj.87 ill rrernt SEI of SE' __0027 4 22 100 R. L. Black A Ca .._.____173.12 168,14 F'3: of NE' :::::::::::: 21 F.: ._::::::::=- == :
Eta of NlC'l A NEt/4 01 5E1N N'', A WI, ot SWV. A AEViof ---- :N'J or AWL. ___._... _______ 1 6 2a Ie J. A. a..n.t.ln Co.
ASWI<\ or EEL\ __ 7 It 130 J. V. EJward.---------------------. 4719r. SW', A W4b 0' A NWI4 0' NWV 0' EV--

t KKH: of NW", and fractional NE' ..r 8&4: ._.__5Eyi_______28 4 22 540 R. r. Black A Co NEV4. 01 NE"",. 0' NW., 8 8 U to E. E. C.non ___..___.._
NWVI of NWV __......___ 3 7 10 3D W. Edwards, _....._.._......_._ 1432 All -. .__.._-.._....... 28 4 22 140 R. L. Oluk A Co. -----------------11889__.......119,38 E ; SWL'01 Nv.w Aa Wtif
v SEH.of: SF'l . ?_._11 7 U 40 III... Florence Vamajor ........... II14 E'0 > or SEt' -- f ?- ,10 II 40 MII.k. A. 011..111..........-.-
,' NWH of 8WA \V 17 a efSWH and r.lrEl l "bE hC'4 E o i Fl, or NW, 0' !4W'; ._._..10 6 21 80 E. E. IIIn.kl. _.._.____

I of S\\H A W 10 a ef river ___.._ __..___S 4 tI 200 RL E'7. of NWV of SEt. tt 10 .
Black A Cn. ..__._. _...._._ 4'1.71' J i wi4-U : 1'H. :
INKS or tjw1', .___._____._11 1 It tlIt 9tv Race. ----------------------S.................... SO.98 NEV4, __._ __ 4 22 14.. R. 1. mask A Ca ..____- ____ 8.IS W o! E'rt et SE", 190 m Llvingttoa; :
EU' of of _....__tj: T SO A. O. I'l, 01 0' NE'I, .l7 Loa,. Kahr
NEM NEH rowan I' Nl, of NFH ....__...._._II T 14 34It M... Plorene Varnajar .......? S3.94 EI or SEll( A IIWI of NF.It '\ ,------ ?.11..06 Gu of Florence E.
: SWH of NE N at ........._It T 30 Stv llnifu __.__......__.......?_. 21 IIF4 01 NW'' A Wlo C.nov., "lib die In Nu, ..11 1 121 HO Unknown .,... ?-
+. t SV. of 11'1 of 8WU __.____._U I II 14 W. K. Yarbaraanh _....___..____. 19.04 ..I NW\'o A 8'2 ..___.____84 4 22 141) R. 1. Black A Co. _._. 1\ a corn at fo."E car 0' I'fW'4 .
." All"81.J of SWH "f 8BH __.._...35 6 10 20 M. O, Kaulemon _.......__?.... .ea or NW'1 .. 14 4 12 40 E.: 1. (1r'1&'' __..._-.- .NEV _. 13.81 ;' 4110 tfo''o,\ : w JO ft
,, SIEU of NFH: N of road A A of 8E1$8' ft 460 ft
Nty IIWII A 22 5Ro R. I. Black A
4 Co. _._ _
SW.{ of A 184.14 to bag .... _____ ill La
NK": NWH efSEH N'o .I -- II 11 ... ..
!. NW'4 II R. 1. --
.... _. __... ... ___.._ I 80 Dl..k A Co. .-3680 Nw'' W 4.
.. 1 11) 108 W. U. Thomas. ..-...------......... 81.80 8'10 .f lE'4 01 NW'1 .. N\io\ N 'un 8lv'Jx, :
NWM of : A ofNWH of SW" .
of NTof .__. ,
.._._..______. 1 1 10 80 M. O. SW'4 --34 4 12 40 N. T. Ritch'A O. M. Inm.n ____. 11.22 Sept I a In SW A
RauIercoB _. .01' NEVI
S3.43W NEIof SWii ________.___._ 3 6 U H R. L. Black A eo. ___ 1162
SF-H of NEH of 8BU .._.. ____ or SW44 A 8 a W 01 pblle
v l11 or NE'. __. 10 0 II 50 J. E. Futcb ._ .. 16.80
A NWH of NH ofSWH I IN' U In Wondl..n ____.__.1\ 3 II 16 )1.. Laura A mad In NW' 01 SE1, A
i, of SEt. ..*..,t I a In of SW", or SW' __ ___12 I 22 U L. D. Arnold B1.a.ll--- '.71 WL4 or swt4 01 SE'4 ___.11 6 12 184 O. J. On"ln .____
9R' corner for achoot ......_. i SO }?0 P. + ._ 7,01 NEL4 01 !tWI\ __....__u 8 II 40 Aonle Reynolds
Mdrlt ._._.._ I* 87 SE''.. 01 SF.V4. 0' NEV4: ____,.-19 / II II E. T. Colli. .__ .____.._ _
Wife, of NF.L, E of river __ S 1 SO iO h '.75 E' 0' NE'4 of NEB _____..10 P..k.
of of .u J. p. 1)owl1n. .. 161 S.,. 01 SW', of NWV13 S II 30 Thoe. S. Four ..._..____._ 7.04 L II I. A H.reol. .
LntI In Woodlawn11 I 21 10 s. M' Ch..hhlll ... __ __. S.7. N.'cEyof8WI4ANWVof;
of BWH A all, 8W1\, of 8EH r..t U In Woodlawn _____ 10 .
11 123 D. .
S of Mill branch ...._.____11 < SO 120 B. J. Sapp ..._ ...._._. _ 11.84 NO", ..lInt U In Woodlawn-? ...1I II 6 CII'e EdwIn CI.moDa 8. _F.-t..__..____ a.42 1.11 5W04 __..__.. .2) 12"& O. 1. CriFla! ....-
of 8E' all EH of NW'4 01 NWIr\. I lot In
NWH lot 82 In Wadlawn .11 1 U 11) J. P. except
Philip __
SEH SWH W of of SEH public N rod of A Mill all, Nil. 0'81.11.81-11I lot U In Wnon.wn ..of..16 6 22 6 F. A. Faber. _.::: __- 913Swt 2'41Lot. Com NW 420 cot ft N of.SE..cot_01tW .21 1 II 40 Pak II H..I.. ._ ...._.,_
o. SWI4
branch __.___ ....11 f SO 70 J. P. 1)owll.... ___.. .. MpS ."..p' 11. a _.__._11 1 II 13 1'nkno. ... 11.211 Wf of :'W8'4'O"aE"lfl 60
Com al SW cop of NWH of 116 ft
Lot 60 in Woodlawn _., I U 10 1II.bel G. Sh.rmaa
---- _
NEH: run N 820 rda to : -- 5,76 to II
Lob /7.66 A 8t4 of lot $9 laWoodlawn Ia'N4 of BlVt(11 0..0. EUeI'lOIiI .
wire fan. th.n. B: la McKinney .__ __ \ NE'(of
--17 1 II" "... Lao.
branch thene S A, B..II. __.__._. 8.n bee. 181 tt II: 01 NW .or 01d
!' _-- -16 I 12 U Co J. Eaton _____ __
taetli : I' .W'it'ro' 11.31
alone.; said branch to a line 8u : : 80 REV 0: SW't w"I run n
of NEVt of NEH. theta W ft 674
rYy 01 Mt II In Woodlawn .18 6 n 10 Unknown
to b ir :. -IS 6 10 S3 M. T. C.*... .___....___-____ 1110 Into 6 A 11 In WadlawnI5 6 12 It T. r GuFn. ._ __ 11.1 t"1 th.n. N U d....... to beg

A, SEW: of NWVi ....._.._____li 110 40. M. L. C.*..._-:::---=.-=-- 11.79 Lou 17.3a-43" I" WoodIa..1I 1 21.. J. t. Cuktaa 16.83r I ex of 4 BIll U,; a/Sef.If E Row end also! Aall.EU

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..rlptJolt Bee. T B. A. Tusafnrtlona D..rlpUo" 8... T. R. ... J1Ta0wu I ---

pen tense To late of Bradford enunty' Florida!
8 G.u; Stop R Cough Quick
I of Blk 6 S ot R 8W Io 01 NE' uoep' 11 a I" I TUB IIEIR9 I DE
I W In NW 4 of SWI4 InTompl. Nil: ror __ __. .._____31 1 II II Alva. r-nar.s -----.-.-_ 10.79 take HAYES' HEALING HONEY VISEESND AlGJ's; of, UED.
.. nib .Iv. 8 II 13 P. O. Ooodwius D' 2 a corn .t NE cos ot NE'4 .. a Win 1)lIol.lInIA wife of
__ _
_.__.__ 1'.t cough nUM.U-inc which -
01 W \I"h l I'y
NWI. A 148 stops
SWt' BIN 1 A R of fl a .W.dlv In run y,1a WST\Vr IIRor, H GAN. both
N1 Vt of SWt Tvmpt. rub S 7u yd E 148 ,ds N 7o ydsto healitm( the inilnmed!\ end irritattM. tKttuits. dr. ,.."J, late tf Bradford County .

.. -. h. __ _21 8 U 1 J.. Dell ______________._ 6.04 b. _- --_---_--_--_---II 6 .a I Randy 81711I. _________?____.___ 1.0.1 A tow of GROVE'S O-I'EN-TRATE" ; riorldn SOI'lllA GLANZ.
408 ft f2" fl Ono lot or land I 148 It .q In M\N.) MAX) IIACH
2tP wideIying AND NIC-
: : : : : 'I BE I SALVE fur Chtnit O'l.b. HIMJ Otltlti
lon lln. InFlt con NW'4 01 SE4. IIOM.S HACK. (If f In life, and If
ot DIN I S or R 2 E In ------------------$3 I II Oreea n.lDi1toD ((1188) _. .. UI Croup Is enoUistMl with every hallo of dead thi-n their r..l>rctl\v' HEIRS

T.mpl. rub dlv --.-.._2l 4 II I llaak Pringl ______________ 4.10 On. lot 01 land 148 It .q In8. I HAYES' HEALING MONEY.( The HHV! AT 1\IV. DRVISEKS!: :: AND v
F..llo".1 NW'4 or Dlk 2 8 of cop ot NW4 01 BE4t" __-/2 S Ia 01..0 namllWD 4.10 should be rublu-a on Uw client end ituont .VSSHJNS : WMII1EN I'. WARP
2 Boom .t NW Com .t SW cur of SWIo of If In IIr..
R .or ot bika I of and If dead. then his
run M 110 fl 10 Inn.1 det'd.od 1'.5a run N 284 n 1,1 lao children suffering from n Cold or Crimp.ThpHcullnil HKIK: ( AT LAW: DEVISEES:
to H. Jones. Ih.no. II R 8'IU rt W 330 ft to bps. .14 S 12 1 Leab Oagn _________ M'7tr effort of HnvrV Hi'flUntl llnncy in- AND ASSIGNS i THOMAS W,
.Ion.. ...II IIno ot Jon..' land r a I In \o.I.lr I\oI, of SE4 .Ido tnetbtimt cnmhtofi d) wlih Ihohclingrffrnuf. PIFLUING. If In life and If
610 ft. then.., N .long publln l N2 S2 1 U d Jobn CIIIm ((1m ___ .. 1.03 Orovr'fl U Ff>n Tram, Stl\r through tho ix>n>n of il.Ira.l. then hie HEIRS AT LAW. 4
,014 to Imes between Elk 1 114a1n Eli of NWyof8E-4 hit skin awn stops a ciiunh 11KVIHKKS: AND ASSIGNS
2. Ih.n.o W alone Bald IIn.te. Ww N 2 a ________________.04 12 1 Jobs Cular __. 7.48 Hoiti n-meiltcs: ore pnihcil: !In one canon and. tho And.11,1.. OTHER: PKRSON8,I I,
bH Tpl! ."h..lIv. __._01 a I !. ?t. P6tkman ____ '.10 Lot 1 or blk 1 In I.Inoon City cant of the, ivmblui'd tn-niinrni; I is .IV I I'IIIMIIND 'OUI'ORATUNM,,
In of Mate Frulor ___.___ 1.41
Sy W _
SE'4 of _82 112
of FEV FI' Just elalinlnit by through
< 8 _. ask druHRiHt for HAYES: or und.r
"EI.I. land f."I: ---r'2 II 10 n. '...15lOW" Lou 1.8 of blh I In Llnoon your \
A .. 0? Ff 4 o HEALING HONKVTo any one or mum of defendant
brims tOO ft E 8t W a City In 81a of BElt W of ry 82 1 II Fannht Albert ---.-- 1.00I I heri'ln nbo\e named the land"
181 tt wide' on W end 6 01ft Lo 1t'I-I/ 6of :E..nW Unroll 4.10'' or niw "K.I..r them deacrlbetl.
whlo on 1': .n.1 A. hound04 to 9y of ry 12 II FaI. Albert _____ in Hill of vompbtlntt I I1'10' TO '
on N hI' F.lIIn..ton. land ... on Lot 2s of bik s l In Llnaon City Cure a Cold In One Day THK: Wlini.K WORLD who may
RuLert Albert ____ __
In of SEL4 W of ry32 192 1.10Lot claim
Etllott rlulit' title
the E vb Innd and onin. rate LAXATIVE BRO MO Ql'INlNC (Tnbl*tn> I, any or Int.Mt
by Caen Davl. ptaeia I 1 .t blh 7 In Llneon City sues! the mitth nod Hrailnrh. sod wnrlmulTth In end: to nll land In thl.* Bill
on the g bp Mr,.. Hnrl.t lane In S: or RI:4: W of 1'1' __.17 192 8.07 o.teen 1,19 Cold K: W UKOVKS, : Ntunntun nn .....h boa. 31W' ..r complnint tli-crthixl. ., defend-
1 'bik i0 In
wOj 1 a.Conner rV" Rt. 1 lmu------------2 of 8E'1 ifl SWI1of 0 II Unknown 4.111 City In Kf J of 81414" W of ry 29 II Annie May Hlwllbp. _________.____ 4.10 mite Mil.. ro ijl'IKr'' TITLaT RTf.NOTICE v

SWA": ------'--_--____.t2 8 II 1 'llvln 1IJto4 ____._________ '.to Bap N\\.t n.r a pt or 43.10 SV4(ahn.01 NW\4.S of NOTICE OF ELECTIONBy :

51f{ 'of RW ..___..22 8 91 10 John Parker _________.__.____ 1I.lt S. run II $108.10 ehna E 10 The dufrndantii. Ur).unt H tiiranniia.., na
RW'NW'' ;4 : sN 1I.oro SE14 Pi4': ..22 1 12 10 A. Bataag.r -----_____________ 10.411 drgyv4 S to center 01 ry .. .. I of Ftorlifn tho power the IloMnl scaled of In Public ttum In.II'II'I'on by the I.....of. agent Him hlR and lnill\liluall If In life. and If "...1.
8W\\ lhrner N on I'Y 10 81.100ohos lli'lm at I."\'. lc\ Im** and sedans :
8W'ot of NE'4 _.71 12 II J. .. Elliott ____________________ l00TlI Ih.n.o W 10 d........ N nrHilfnnl County Kl.'Hdn. hfirby falls nptcctloti The Outlaeee, Lit.'l'on1U31, iiml IdmnliKli
In SW ot to be held In Brookpr sub nehiKil, Hitrlet :
1 00' REI1!: ofNvv4 : \ :
S 106.10 .hno 10 IUebard Albert __ ._ ____ ends. ho Will of lniW CharlotteIIIIIM : ; .. Ala
beg IIU2& 88 6 II II' (U'II .__ __ 98,10 that''
__ on Tiitadiiy Juno 90 ll'Jfi' for Iho .
------- -- _22 142 7 Unknown' ______________________ 10.19 Dsw n' a ,nt 41.10 ehna S of pur ., d.... a.rd I.n.bnt.d l brr<>ri> the C"'I' of
I'IW'of NWIL' .---- 21 I II to Mm.. M.rloa W. B.nar ____-______ 10." NW con or IIW'4' 01 NW"- pose nf tinting thrvti trust>. mid t.rtormln-\ I ,,'ml> IIht..r llinilrnril' CiiiilHr. I YI" n "ln.
RB'I of W"L N or rand .. 1 I It 6 J. J. Bdoon, ..____________________ 10.49 S run II 10 A.IO chili B 10 log tho nmount of mUlmro to be 4tMMe.d l for ii*..rtlHl Ii'" finl, >i>r Mh,, Is'lJ.' in l In( .plI.p i t > "f
All W'.fo' ot NEH ot SE' Ant the vMuttiH Iwo ycnn. A, T. Stewart. John ,
d.rets S to center of ll niul. I'. ,liili-, !Sn I I. ,'ego 0, ,of, .n.1
road --.---- ____ 2 122 6 II..... Effl. now. _____________.__ 4.10 thencr N .n 1'1' 10 12.100 rp Shrhvi and 1..lnnll Mown am appointednmnnitvr .',,iiit( IliconU( thv I Ili-ini'. At l.uw (1.! ,IHiiml ...
W", of NE'" .f NW'I < W < > I I"ur.> Ctiifittiin.; ,
d. .
iir "i n.u
01 81':110: ot NW' _.20 112 10 M... LouUe Willlamr _____.____ 10.19 0..1 (Ih'hi' i,0 N35 I.. W. KICKLITKtt.Chairman.. hifliuitin, nr I 1.,1.', t, ,
0600 tt 00 'to ____ 5 13 10 Richud Albert _________________. 11.61 fihrtinnn, or I ",i o
N 25 n of 910 fist" or NW'4' ot NWTA alas H. U. WinniNSSrorftnry. iniMmnnii: ", ,1.1, f.'uuly' iif I.. -i.v.
or IIWI..f 8WH N of bee, ot II line 60 It W 01 rIt Itiiiilfnrtl, ciniiily' !'loHli ih. Ililra.. r' 1 Inv, .
I..blla.. rod ----.- ..___ a1 1 II 19 E. D. Shipman __________u___ 17.IS rim S U d..re W 280 0-ID- l.e-28. 1)..'Inn. and Aimlun. of <;iimtit\c I I .1 li, h

1'0sgv.notO( : NE'1 /t2 /t thence W 16 d...... N to 1'rolHlmtran. unit i.1 IUMIIV: >> lirnlnlui .u", ,t>
mibllr 149 13 J. A. IIOwe ._________ 1.45 W Inc, 01 ere 33 thence N to NOTICE ,lilt, gun rlulil ..n..1 l nn /., r SI.n, or. |lr> f
IR NW of II NW l.nuin. rhuilDltt. ( WN goof AW ear or SW' 01 NW"( nod tt ", >u
B WI,!, ot ofREl4 thonco E to boor ._________88 1 II II 1111111111 -_____ 1L90I In the Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial, (Ch" <:il,,,ii/ni..,,nti, iluct'iuid. luUi uf I I' i ,1 I
!! N 01 P.nk ronl24! 8 22 II R. D. Bowlri ________________._._ 11.00 s I" SW con ot 8V4 of cult nrailford. i'ounty. Fturlda. In Chanopry, (''''''I Klorliln, ,Ihu llelra M Law ,. .
All tWI.or !!''E'Io "EI. ofBE1 NWI' \V 01 1'1' ---------$3 1 II I Etna Chandke ________ .n Mary E. Edward. ami" \.1"".. ,,r ll>>,lnlic Onlhaiian .,d' (
of 8Wy 8 of Peek Hog 800 It W ot H con oNE' I V. Dill to Rtmov. Cloud. EIo.I iu.lHDrolnlmunn.. both ileeeaied, lal<' .I I

NPI.4aol. S14i--------------' se a P9 o L. O. Ptt _-...-.. _____________ 14.41 of NE" a run I T t"I'r:: ; : : rt al. llriilfiiiil: : : hla lt..o
: --- L. M. I..nllley ._________ 11.84 ft W ion ft N 1092 SRIOO31U E from thf alloiiAtlotu of thn man, Mnlincli If m

1'I'V01: RF'4"' : _.___00__ ___.2R U u L. L. Oder ________._.________ 10.04 It to beg ____ _34 6 .1 10 O. N. Bold.r _._.__.______ lS.t1 sworn bill sled In the above mated sauce, that lifi>, If fli>...y'.INt .. Sot Iv. heliii
"Eli of NW444 __ .___________21 6 21 to L. V. Moon -__..-______.____ 40.00Ell. at a pt 171--rho.- -- W ? tho mldonotM and ... nf tho foniltinti. to- At .nn., P..vl. .I"". ; War'suu P.
ot NEVV of 8W'4 01 NEI4 Cok cot of NE'y' run eJ wit i Thomas Dlxon, Simon J. Tempi: John Waiil, I .., and If di-ail. ilea hi* hula '
8 a In NW .0' of SE' 01 I' 131 rota N 1116 yda E 131 "da Durkm Kllxnbeth Sl4\t>n.. Charl J. Sundoll. At I... llv\lm-in end I Aanlunn; Thomas W.

E.-- ..27 8.. I W. M. Bryan, -------________.__. 11.00 S ill yds to bu u____34 6 II 14 Unknown _._________ 10.0 Jfimm VV. Rlnclair. Auvuntiui, 1C IVntlry. :; ilI"I' I If In llfp. ami 1 If ilvml. then hi*
I a In SW coo of E'6 ot SE'4 Dew .t 8W ear or 8W'4' 01 Mary K Gibson. John W. (Carr John C. Cra- Law, Uilevt and; Aeilitnil All I i
of SEvr; _. ___ 21. U 1 O. N. Aolder .. 1.4a mono E. 1'ayiinn Smith. Nicholas 1'. Arm- Oth,'r Permute, Klrine '.
-- --- ----- -- ---------- NEi'. 11run\ E I7I % ft N and ,
$wt; of S:' 1.s I e 1 InNW attn n W 71". rl 8 Otto Itto .tro"", Arthur' W. Laird. Samuol O. Gibaon. rlnlmlnic by,, through and under' .rp"Uon

cnr 8 n In NE en.. 27 8 12 IS nllllar.s Johnson ____________ IUSft beg ___ -----------___ a II 11 n.nrO.. Meson ____.__.___________ 10.1\1\ Charm W. 11.11.Ir.. d P. Con. Thomn J. more nf mild dufcniUntN tinmnl hvreln-abova* /
a In N10 .0" of SWy 01 RE14bidngIaN6Bbyan I Cwn .t NW cur ot NIII&. ot Dun'In. Mfiittum Younimtrilt." Kluhard Moor tinImiile, or any of thi'in. ilMerlbed In thla
6F N1V'i A run E 4..tt 8 mod, Leonora M. Nixon. SHinuel C. Hart II. 11111!! uf Comnlnlnt.: and the Whole World.vlui .
W _______.____-_ .____27 8. I :I. A. :Jamison ________. ___.__ 4.tO 230 ft 101 ft N 200 b A. Sntndler, Jnmo It H. Smith. Altwrt UallSnmuol \ tiny elalm nny right I title or Inlereat In
W'' ;, or 81=:t'nt\ SE'1' __ 21 6 21 10 :I. E. I'tateh' __.._______._.._______ 10.40 bep _---_--_-_---_! ._--I. 5 n I D. D. Wood.d ._____.________ LOS A, Swann N. I). Ilimiimnn, .Tnmoti", I.. nnd: to the Inn.l. ,l'.prlbnl:: : :In: Ihli Illll uf A
SE'. ot NE% except shout Aa NW' of SE'4 .xcrpt a in ont i-w.. John Alrvnnilor. ftrnKniu.: Sitmui t C. ,'"ml.I.'n' hernia dr.nrlbri l HII follima : litil-

olf E .Id" J S a In NW cop 3W cop ___84 6 II U O. C. Cox __________________ 12.81 Litnr, J ft Rnrli.1 I 1) McL..nii.ru. ,I r. C. .:.Ih.. .. 1" ami, bring In lltnilfiinl County,
Aaln8Wcora71E14ofSF'i.. ot IIWI. 01 --_____86 12 10 Sant. R.enbera _____..___________ 6.11 T.Y.. ""ltlo. J. M .Ioh".. Charlon Roberts E. Pl.n" and, lirlnit, put" of Suction t3. Towfl
: except about 4 a In NEenr s% ( SR'.r of 8. Klliuorth. Ann Uopuooil.. John (:. Ani.-inK. 0II.r.: lauiti n 't. niul more imrtloularly d
1 a In 1'I'V'( eon It 8x14"or.N, NWI'4 of AWL' ear H (Paddy, W. R Lnno. I'lIo..o..th: Trtwt Com- Krilhiil:\, i ox ;loo: Nil J and N,.. 4. In Illock

"-, w In RI': .nr ._ .21 019 IS P. P. Stump _________________..__00 22.0 cvpt 10 a In liE nor _______85 5 .1 110 C. C. Griffis _._ ._______.__________ A8.R2 ,pony, n corporation. 1'*. I. MeCall. C. N. tloi- IK. 1,1 II,. T.wI of Lawt, v. Mi-Hclfonl, (' :
Com 200 tl W or NF: cop ofWI liE' ot NR". ._.-____.___.81 tI II to F. ... CoI..mnn -__.____________-__. 12,81 kin. K G. Hiibhard.. N. W. Ilnrkt-'t.' A. I.. 'y. I 11"I.ln., aerurillnii lu I'lnt of add 1
or A'\Vi; ot IIFof" SEvr of NW"--------------58 Mlnnle'' (blur 19,678Et Von Kirn. (..'4>rtrln Trndinir Company Duncan iicmiliil 1 In (ho Pultlld K.nNirln of Ilradford ; 1 *
'=1':11: ; A run 112U II W Inn ftN of 8W4: ::::::::_::::: : It ; Ella.:., Munro _:::::::::::::::::::: 12,67: tt Flftchrr. Tru.to<*, Stark inunhrr Cuuuly .Morlila,

.(6 ft F Inn ft In log _2R lb 22 Geneva Towna ___ _____..._.._____ 6,01 8E'4 ot SE}1 _______ _________85 I 21 to A. J. MIII.r ___-_____.____________ 11.31 Conipnnr a eorpuratlnn. V. J. Shlpman., flra. Ar hcioby imtlnrtl nnil n"uul, aeh and f
Led 2 of bik 7 In origlnul 1, ,, town N': of SW NW'' ______ 2 7 It 10fro.! Ella .1. !Rspp __________________ 11.81 ham A <;in I"*. 8.K.. InrdliUT nru all tinliiiouu KI .r you. aiMnwr, to the Illll 1.0. Complaint .
.r !4tark' In NE': ; or SW'-28' 0 12 M... BIIDlo. Q. C.nova _.__________ 14.80 0E14: or NSt'Y7, ________.____- 2 7 2. 40 Din. !N 0 Richard E+G ______0000 1297NE' end that, thor In no person In tho II tho I uhovr.inllllid prior on ,tlu> itr..l day" of \
Corn :891.4 tt W "r !SF enr 01 ., ur NW'8, 1 22 to Rsm. nun.nb..ror .__u_______.____ 12.31 mini' of. 1 litrhln the ncrxfct' of ulipotni. ii|1"'nwhiMii Aiiuuet, A. D. HUB niul earl of you In "'
lot 7 or bib 17 k run N 105 NL4 or NE'4' nl NE'L__. ___ 8 T It 10 W. W. r..lpm.n ___.________.__.__ .48 would, bind Maid (liifi. >n rt W SO 14 8 Intl rt 10 Call! N 118 0 or NWV, 01 SWV 8 7 82 IS Henry Mitchell 8.. _________________ 12.11 U In .btrllfvt'fl. l by the complainant, that tho I eiwee, .nt-up..."."r..I..1.l whatwor fllalm I
tw---- th.
Ft E 801.8 tt In bow. In on.rtnnl 5 of Unknown mild .m.1 I drfrndnnu elms .tvnldi'nccii and i nr ,(hill title lnti. t hlrh I'
town or SIorke In WIt rs?>IE'i'r of VtWn.: .. S.1 .: = J :: ag Me., Maanret:, wiiH---::::::::=:::: :::1f aura art unknown to complninant. are Inlurvt4 ; .i-iii'h of you. may o lay and. cliilni In you the, aboveilifm'llx'd and t r-

NF:I i ot IIW"I" -.- -l: 8 12 Sam Rollnbvlr _._____.__..__ ,5.0. NE or SEvt:' _______ __. ___ 4 7 21 to ( WIIII.mn .___________________ IS.Rt < d In tho property' lnxol\t In I ho milt, I two lot,* of land, and any and. all t j
Ono 101 on .1" or "nIl Rt. 4 NE's" ul NE'' ot NWV. .____ 4 7 21 10 F.dmnnd Chandler ___._________._ 1.10 and that ci-mplnlnmit, dm. ,not know and him portion then>of And that certain ..* .* I '
02' ftEA Wby :'tn ftNA W'io' or NW'1' of IIW', ...___ 4 1 12 20 Unknown __-____________.______ '.15 not kern silo to aurortnln vthethvr any of I lii-r 'pulillehvd In Hlarliillrndfunl. County: ,
hounded N by Ioflop.on, aSt E14 or SE4' or HE'4 a 8W44of nn hi known defendant are dead or alive; and Hui-liln.; known and called llradfonl County I ,

W bv land 01f.... Mor.r SE'i' ur NE'. -_________ 4 T 13 10 Sam Rnapnb.rg" ._._.______.___.__ 10.10 that' It tn hvlleMHl by complainant In Bald, TrlotfrMph! :; : I la hnn'by' deelunati' M the navni* t f
A E hY bilk I 17 In opl.lnn1 II n In .q In SW cur or SW'4of sworn' Ilitl that thorn I. n portion or are prr* paper, In which thle nolle ahall be publlahlil

r ,town of Rlnrkr NFt: ; of NEVI 00_________.____ 5 7 It 6 Wm. Frsaier _______,____________. 4.1n tmH lntntvd. In thu property Involved In oiivt n week fur I ." week. : I
SW' _____ -- ---28 a .1 lans Ilo..nburg _..___......_____.21..8 t .a corn .1 NW aor or NW'4 such ault. whoa. nnme or ham... and aira nr TliU ll!I.I day Muy..111.
F'nt' lot 1 A. lode 3.6.7 or blk of NR"; a run 8 t20 f Et OKOH nnil. whose. ...Idon.. are unknown to Itolal hand and of I'.us. Wlliuwa of. ._S
:2.1 In orl"I..1 town or 8larko Otto: tl N 210 It W t20 It N eomhlnlnnnt Tht-rofore. It In ordered. that the .

In NE' or SW'' ; --______ :28 d II Coll8t1U1. Lumber Ca ____________ ..... 210 ft W 210 ft to beg __ ._ 5 7.I t B. M. Bparkman ___..---____..---- 4.1U aid known dtrrvnuunt who ant henttororenamed G I. W, AIUIRiAN.
Lot' 2 or blk 27 N prlalnaltnw All NWl. of SE'i' E of ry /In thl order. If llvlnir. and If dead all'1 (Seal) Clerk Circuit Ir..to.

'n or Starko In NEt1 018W' leis 3 3 a ..-.___-______ 5 I. 1 Bam Roaanbera ......_........_._ 8,44Ju. particlrtlmlnv: \lnl.-nt.t::;; under thu fluid Jlorld. !
; -- --- _-_,__00:11: 6 II Ooll8um.n Lumbar Co. ..____-____ 84.12 S''., of NH of NE'i A 8'i' of known and. named, defendants, afore said I. doeeated J.It. RI'A RKS.
Into 5.0 01 blk 32 In J. M. NE'i, .__---- __-_.--.6 7 12 120 Reynolds _______________-____ 41.18 or otherwlm, and that all pemoni Altnrne Y. 5.99.7-51.NOTII'K \
Jobni add to SI..k" An REv4of '.EH, of ?E'' of 7 7 .1 .0 Lily Wood ____________u________ '.18 whornmcvhnnu name or namea rim nlloici'il -
SI'I. __00"-_ ..__:lR A II R. M. Ip..km.n ---------------.--. 4.tO 'NE'4 "W'i.wi,4-- l, )I..> and ant unknown to complainant, I' j
I..t 5 01 Dlk 6 In T.lvln".ton.TnI" SB'! A SE's' of SEV ____.10 1 21 110 Paul Bro. __________.____________ 38.80 I thnt may be lOr nn Ind.* 'rox'ed In thi properly. or CUAKUMN YALE :.
and CIn add 10 Siorke Sit, of NE'4' of SB'' 10 T. J. Alderman 8.41 InvoUeil In thin I unit ditiprihrtl, nn follow :

In W'n' or NE'I __- .__..__21 8 II O. W. .IIolI.rov. ________.._..__.__. ,.,. I NEVi of SW'i' --_:: :::::11 ; U ::8 M. W. OrllTIa ....._._._............ 11.87 All of icctlon one ((1) northeast qiiarUrr, of 'lltirty ilayH nflt'r date liwreuf. On 1
north'... quarter' and wr.t half. of norlhenjit
Lots' Rao 01 blk 11 In LI.ln" 4 &NE'4 A NWVi\ of NEVi tliu 22nd Day of Juno lean 1 t.I
of A of quarter and emit Imlf at north writ ,
Stan Truby'" Cne add to NW'/i W'i! Undenliined.
Rta.kP ''n W'or' ..2i I II O. L. Und..hlll 21.U SWIIE'1' ___________-i5 1 21 tOO Paul Bro*. *. __________________._._11018,I cnmi'tiT, and mtrlhwiMt, quinter if north went Uroover. Martha in lluanllaii.. for Frln*
--- -- ----- -
Lou or blk NE"i In -- -- SB'' of SW"t -____?.______-1* T 21 40 O. H. River _..._______.._.__._ 13.17 | qunrt"', and oo"lh"not titinrter of .outhw..tquartor Amy Crouti nnd lro. linxrver.foehtta Oroovar,
l.lsingprnn I C.aid SVj; of NW/' -_______________18SB' 7 Ii O. U. River* _.______________ 2 ..oiInea and norlh\vent ,1 t nva'r of .outhea'tqunrter In,Ira uf J. NIa Minor
\ in .rknT\V'1'r\ or"NE r21 0 It Mn. I.: L. Bella ____________.____. ....0 I :'i4\ of SW'i, _____ ___ _____16 T II /0a0 Ivey Pollard --____._._____ 11.10, of ncrtlnn two (LM iiouthwivt quarter apply in tho I." .Cru..r...,. QuooiHieii A. (linrdlner.' will 1
L,'. 7.12 or blk II In Lhinv.Inn 8'or' SB'' __ ___ ____.._ 17 1 110 Inn her Pollard _____.__._______-_ 18,01 of louthwcet quarter and itouth thwwqunrtem "County .fuiluti of Itradford.
Trilby A COlI add to E'j of RW', __ ?_ ...___11' 21 80 Unknown ...................... ".01 of Hnuilionjit,t quarter of Nouthitaitnimrti'f l-'or nn Order b> at prl,at County... aids Flord" I
R'a'k", In WI4 .t NE ____21 8 U N. Alva BRIer 4.40 Com nt SIC: cor of NE'4' of ..r ... tlnn three (Ind I ; north half nf Elt-'venth .1 InUircnt. oaoli of ..1, '
--- -- --------- north half and outhwcat Ildlvl.h'eI ,
t.nt 12 fll blh 16 In 1.1"ln..ton.. SB'/, A run N 40 rib W 8ttrd qimrtur of Mouth- Mlnorn' In tiy the i
T.lIhv A Con add to Stnrke I S 40 r", K: 32 rib to beg-19 7.2 8 Elisabeth Johnson _______________ 10.19 wmt qiiiirtor. and writ half of ntiithnvit, quar. to-wlti., followlDir Inscribed. I

In WI'. .f NE' _26 I II D. I, Wh.ler De. _____..__________ .1.U Com f0! 70 A run yd W W of 60 l 8E cor Til nf yd*eo* I ter ter of and cllnn noulhenat; four quarter((4)) ;northeaxt; of, iniithtant quarter quar'and l 1".1./ : liHlf of .,"'h..t, iiuarler. eiiaeptclirht ?

Lot' 7 of blk 82 In Livingston E 40 yibt: Stn' ydi-toNI log ._.19 7 21 1 Win. Kalch __.__._._.__________. 11.00 rat half of north went quarter, and iouthwetit tiiwiMliip, : nrrte 7. 1 In Houth nolthwnat Range eorllur ltd Hvetlun I r 1
Trnby ,
A to Stark yunrti of northwMt pal on
Lot 2 I In Hutjiona iiuart and north D
ofo /.I.I add :
in W', _. .. .2A 8 .1 I. A. UOWO __.________ ___ 11.011 ton ._ ___..._to_...Hamp_,-_,-19 7 21 Daniel Bellamy ________..________ 713 hair of. outb.-.iHt quarter of m-cton| nine ((0)) ; two ui'In ma, nom. nr Inn' eRld. Imo!. lylnil .
( 'I I
Lot 1 of : 1 In Llvtnaaton, ; .2 Lot. :l I In IIul+on, add to north half of n..rlhw..t quarter of MfHitlonII Imlnic Thin Iro..r..rd "ullY. "rlurliln.'
Tnly. C. .uh dlv ofNF' ton ..._ ... -lamp-I: II 7 22 Mamrle. Bellamy 00__.__________._ 7.18 ( ). all In \vnHhlp m\x\ (Inl) south ranvietwentytwo 210 II May U3S. l
; or NF'o: ----21 tI I. John Parker _______._._.__._ 7,76 Loin If 3 I J a 8 of blk 18 In '221' t aril. conialnlnir, ono thott $ MAly F. flllOOVEIl.luurdlan. .
Lot 2 or blk II LlvlnllIlon.r'Et Hampton _____________It 7 19 John Milady ____._____._____...__ 1828 Hand enema hundreil. ninety 11.79"1*> .....'.. ("u.l.n.
\: C sub' dlv of NE'I' Lau 14-15 of hlk I II In Hemp more or I.1 ..

-- ---21 122 Jqa Byrd ___.________...___..._ 8.07 ton --_. ._ 19 II W. O. Seal _...__________......_?_ 82.85 Aim. north thrrw hundred twenty (C120f/ rent NOTICE OP w
1.nls 1.2 or ftof' hlh 82 toLIringitnm N"-j" of NEW' A SWVI of NEVi of tinrthi-HHt quarter of noulhw4-.it quarter, APpl'ATON Volt TAX Dtr
Truly A Con A S'i of NEW of NWVi I lewi and rat: fuur: : liun: tired: forty-nvo (;(115)) fret: ;of: lNIEII SECTIN 97.1 OP Til8

sub ,div or N1.1!: or _.NF.'it tI 8t 1.1111. 1.04.06 ..--.-------.---.-.- '.7B i a a In SE eor .. 20N'i II tiS mutt Ivey Pollard -________.______ 48,71 .ou tlu ant iiinrU|, of tioiitbea.it quarter nfouthvcnt (. & 8TA1DTE8Ifinby
Lot. 1.2 ot bllr 88 In 1.lvln" of Unknown .... quarter and couth '
I ( NEVI of NWll __. ___SO T 21 10 ---- ------------- half of north
aton T.lIb" A Coo sub dl.F.I NS % except. >2 a In wit 'I".rl'r of nutheuMt iuarter, ieept
: of 'IT.I"ln-t. -:21 I 12 lam Tyaon __M._.____.__________ 10.09 : wur.'E. .- -.. ._..20 7 II 711 W. D. Blnk.r __.._________________ 18.11 wit four ((4> aer. nnd wiat half of ......Ih. ti'itlfp In Klvvn 'Him H. [I'. Wllli pill
of llIc i 84 In ; ;. : 12 a In SE cor of NEVi of writ quarter uf nuthfanl, quarter and Month ehtuer of ,Inv sale eorunrmvs' numliered raprctlvi'ly .

Trull A Cur: sub div I of NEtio NW44 ________ .',_____21 7 II 12 L. R. Kalah -__.____________________ 4.BI half of irihfiut quarter of nutheait qunrter irn and \\1 Leer, by the Ta. Coi
f NF: i 21 6 I. Sam Tries _... 4.40NI. N'j' oFNW'Ji' I except floe (IS'> menu In n>irtlien.t corn. r, Icrlor of Ilindfurd' ( uunly' Florida, Said ... '

or blk 8S In Livingston. PJo con ---_--________.21 7, 21 nine. tv.,. Pollard -________________ 1307 north of rnilmad. In noctlun, thirteen (13)( ) ; nt* t anal niimhfr. or'lvEC: Co. sub div of NE% SEl'. of NE'4' -_______.___ _-21 7 190 M. J. Green _________.___________00_ 13.11: no aioiithwiRt quarter of nurthea.it quart.".,. 1'17 ami mid Cfrllt1cnti> niiiubi", .r<,. IH'J belna
28 8 II of of lemi it ti (tIII ncrin In north.. .l and .,latnl July 8, lull Ill. ald certlHi-atM
-- Alfred D.m. _____. ______ ____ 8.98 N'i SK't NWV4\ A BWViof \ n corner, .
E'' or blk.n In Llvln..lon.Troh" NE'' .. --21 Wm. Kalch 19.19 emit Imlf. of n..rlbw..1 .,,,.rlor. and north. In my offlci. nnd I dan mad application for
4 Coe sub div or NEt, SWVi of 'NWV4' :::--:::::::::28 ; n g M. :J. Green .:::::.:::::::::::::::: 11.74 Hint quarter of uthwtMt ipinrtur, and ,,,"Ih. tat d.d to IBBII, In aeeordance' with law I

or NE'; _._______. _-.2A 8 .2 Dilly Brown ._.__.______________ 10.110 All _.____.______________23 7 U 810 Paul Urn. ____________-?____-___144.08 ea.t quartur of oulhwern nuiirtvr." rxocpt tent Said ci'rtinrati, ,'.p..Lv ly tfmbraeea the ,
Lob 2-8 of blk tl In Llvlnwson. All __. ----._. __.___.24 7 aI: N0 Paul U.... _______-___,__.,,_,___144.93 < lnl) acrtM In ull".I corner In .vatlnntwvntyfour following Ian.,. In County, Florida.aMpeivd .
Trllllr A C 011 sub div NW4 of NE'", A N'4' of (12tl. sin! north half of northwest at the date the Imiuanee of atliihrprtlHeatm

01 N1':', 01 NE''" --_.28 II II W. B. In.1I .__..________._______. 4.tO NWVi 2e 7 21 120 quarter of northrant quarter, and wttit In the nami1 reepi'ctlvely herein
Paul Broe. __.____.____________. 14.81 .
Lot after .
0 of bib 42 I In LIvingalonTrnby 6 a iq -NI: jt; 8E41 ofFBI' half and no.lh..t quarter of iuiiithea. particularly act forth towfttirtlllrate
A e. ub div OfNE" ; 28of 6 quarter, of section foiirtenn 111)( I ) : also north- <* No. tnlt embrneee mirth half of
01 NEL1 __ .. __, _..21 8 II lulh. Butler _______ _____ 4.tO W4 SWt of NWVi -::::::27 ; II 20 Mr. C. L. Norton .________.____ 107 emit quarter, of northeaxt quarter and .ot northwMt tiuarter of northweat '|I.rter. ._ ,
NIo or blkf/ In Livingston f. b N'of' NE'., A. SWVi\ of NEVi llrt. J. T. Jon.* ...__..__.___..._ '.10 half ot outhuait quarter" of nurthva.it quar lion in. townihip.' 7, south range 21. 20 aeroe.anaeviied .
T..b" A "otI sub dlv 0, m A KM of NWI, .* NWVi I Inn, of ftect.un twenty-two (22)) also northWMt Unknown

NEI, 01 NEVI ____ __ .. _..28 6 II U. O. PIafo.1I ------.-- 7.11 of NWli\ ________________27 T II ItO quarter, of northwest quarter of wllon 1..ln..t. No, 12 .mh.n..o halt of
Lot 2 01 blh H In Livingston Wi of SW'4 or NWVi A all P.ul D_. ---..-----------.-- .1..1 I twenty-three f Jill all In township luht (tilt.) {: ;: tl of ..
;Trhy; A C. sub div of 1 NW'i, of SWI, N of ry .. .28 T 21 41 Mouth of range twvntytwn I'.2' ...t ; .l.o rrh townihlp 7. aouth range 21 ea I. : '(
NET of NE' i -_.---__--2R 1 II Laq B..lllb 1.1R SW'' of NEl' A NVi' of NWVi J. B. M.ds ----.------------------ 16.70 Iota' nineteen (lot.) twenty 12tH> tw.nlynln. anemed Inknown. 1
Lots 1t.12.U.H or bib 2 In of 8EV _-__-_____ ____-28 T II 10 ((20) and: thirty ((30): ). In tlfnxllawn: In a.- "I'nleee' eald .ln.a.' shall lie '.. '
W. O. Scab. ___________ ______ ___ 18.10 .
P501. A. Trubys .dd to Bea at, NE eor of S'i f NE'4 00 tlnn fifteen (Ufti. tnwnnhlp n.. (14)) south aerordtnv. to law *' will IMNIIO thereon
NE cnn of SE'' of NW'', A run S 120% yda ants tw.nty-two ((22)) ...L on thv I Itch' day. of June, A. D. 1020.Wllnnu /

of.NhWi, W or rr ..__ _.:8 8 12 10. S. Adkrns ______________ 14.1t W I 1201. yde N ISO' yd III! Hw, .1 i1I'they 'hereby are appear mI ofTlclnl ilvneture and leal this
Lou 2.8.4 01 blk C In N. J.Jon. ISOV& yd* to beg ._,___,__..29 7 12 1 to the of Complaint: ; I.i1: In 1'.1.I'earn. on th. nil Mar. A. D 1028.
Vlnay Parkar ______________ 7.73
In 0E'Eof BE or before Monday. the O W. ALDERMAN,
add t0 Rtsrke' Lof N Ird
NWVi of 7 a2 t. day nf August A.
: st..26 121 Lou, n.whjjn; W. C. Hunt Ouar. _.____.-___..... 14.49 P in.'rt.\ otherw.ie ,, (Arab) rirrk Clrni Court llredford I'ounlT.Florida..
NW'4 W of Wnlnnt. A. J' Ort<<11 _____.___.___ '118 a-7-8 of blk 2 : the alleirati M of laid
Lot I 13 W14 01 lot 2 01 blk 1 "' Hampton .._._ 7 12 Hill will l>e taken aa ennf.Md bp the defentlanu. .
4..I. 1y dl-f --t-1i80 W. E. McCarr ____.._._________.____ 10.81Mr tt, C. A.
Lo .
:In T.mplea I e.ll Stark.In : ofAIMII A Inn KN01'f. .
NE' of NW'.. t. ,p.rt of IW'V I of In Hampton 30 7 It It I. further ordered that lb's'> ord...r be H-is.0t.8-l2 CI.I.
: t41.U .*. H. B. a.I... ______.________. K.70 ..
N ni 6 NEmr Lou 7 ,publUhed on pants week for ,,
of ry of blk 15 In tfht eoiueeutlve --"-- --- '
ft,: 81 _.. .. .... __ .. ....h.. In the '
of of NWI1 .SA J. 1'. mclllF n .0 Hampt/m 7 It J. F. Ooueer ________ __ 98.44 Hradford" County TvlPtrraph. NOTICE OP ELECTION
Lots 1-2.8-4 01 blk 4. In Tsm. Lot. K-4-9-0-7 A E 1 15 '; oft ; tIa uu a newHpaper publUheil In Bradford, Counl,.
pin add tn Rt.rh In : of lot 2 of blk 20 In Hampton Flnrid
A psrt of "; NE'4)) _____ ______--_- ..70 7 sasa P. Fioa.r 16.60 Thli th. 25th flay of May. A. D. 19211. v et d I In them by the laeaof
;:Erw: ll pf ry A NF. cor of All blk c0 -l In Hampton :__SO 7 j: M.: Maxw.ll :::::::::::==:::: 4.11: O. W. ALDERMAN: t.t'w/ Florida I the Hoard of Publla
SEll' of NW'. __ ______.28 2J A' A. Bmrn) G0. ___.______ 11.12 Lot a of blk :'in in Hampton, except ((3tal\ Clwrlc of Circuit Court Rrsdfori county Florid here.lir .
Lau, .1I-7 or IIk 4 a lots 1.2. B "0 ft ,80 7 sa Hy C. A. KNK.Iir. ealla an election t" lie had at the .It. t
-- W, O. Seal ._ 7.15
a. factional blh 6 In Tom- NW/V, of SEV,, __:::: :::80 7 >1 40 Chars Wllllam.--?- -- .==:: 18.10: Depot Clark Hall In Rlarka nub ichool illetrlct on f.
VI add to Stnrko In NEIot. PBl of NWi A NVi of SWV4.SO' 7 S3 120 : : THOMAS W. PIEr.DIN/. day. Jun. elxteenth lO.'H' to eay whether or
N. P. Canthan __ ___ _._.____ 1..11 .
not snlon..lnrn
will half
01 NW'' A pert or W'. ofI NE'WVJ'( of SWV ----.IINWV31 7 24S3 10 Unknown ______.____________ lue I Solicitor of Complainant S-SS-lOt-7-ai\ they.. annex. rent. .tv. 1AIw.-
of ; r. .d
NE aor of NWVi .00 -. -
:..' :: ofNW'l1! ; 2A 1 n f c. 1. r..11 .__ ....40.19 of NW', ,E of By ____-.81 7 44 A. O. Tkomlllarry __-________.__..__. 19.19" SOTICKIV .n.iij i.vn llnn south.; r. ,,' tw.; 't.oiui
tot It 01 blh 20 In Peeks .doJ Lot 2 of Wl. of NW'. ______8t 7 U 14 Rlmma ___ ___ I.It I ; Mvvn "
rut In of NW LiN Lot 7 of W'" of NW' -_____81 7 22 10 A. O. Thorn** ___----_-----___.? .. S.44 hip *wv.n twnith rtnir twrnty-two .sal.
._ }arMn: tW ZS 12 T. 8 Wltllama ________._= 1.39 NW'. of SWi -u T 21 44 Paul Bro*. ._.______...__.____.?_._ 11.74 THE riHJTIT rOut IV' AVD FOR Elet three trutM and. tlfUrmlnti th. mllltiif*
Lot 1 01 hlk 04 In P..ko .01.. toStarke N :210 ft of NE'',, of 8EV ____84 7 21 I S. R Tetaot __._____._______? ..111 IIKtlitOKU. COUNTY Ih(1NIOA. IN: CHAN-: to b* tit.M..J for th..nauing two ,..><*,
'In MVL1 of ( Nof SBV, of 8EV', .. .. ____!_.___84 T SI 40 H. D. May _.______._______. 11.14 ( FRY: For th. purns. of holding mid alMtlon O.
Ninth: a __ W.t _..28 n T L 9Vlllkms ____ .. 1.61Lot. Com .t pt .114 ft S of NKeor ELLiKIOOR: KEDDlmi. Complainant W. AIJ* _rmB.n. f>. E Knight and E.. MaUthaw
1.2 01 blk C In Ridnts.aid of SWVi of NW'i A run S 1015 ve. are appointed. ". r.
ofN'4 ft to 8E eor of ealof" 40 th."..* BRYANT H 'HUROANUS. .* L. W. KICILITR
IS ofaNnlth} I: or:: __ .4d 1 12 :I. 0. I'opJeIl ______ 1.01 W t81'. ft to rr right-of- axent itn.l Individually In 11'e .
E'. 01 Iota I.S of hlk 2 In way thenee N on rifiht-ef and ,if did' then his HEIKS AT I B. WIOCtNS.Secretary .
Wvn .aid' 10 St..ke In way 020L4 ft then. NE LAW. DKVISFPS: AND AlBlriNS 1.1-1.-t

NW'. 01 RWI4 ___21 1 12 7tr0. AI'l'kmaD' _____ 11.15 E41640'l, ft to pt NEIww --".-.89 7 SI 10 Frank L floater _._______________ 10.71 TUB riEVUFKS' llr"B OKDCK FOR :
Ono lot In I..rk. bounded. N SW14 of AS aIn TENANT': AND HEM \INDKK.WFN .
hy Bsvta A T"brn add Sby SW ear of SEH of NEV4\ .I' 7 11 11El. Mr*. C. A. BrinB. ----- 13.01 un.l.r the Will of l.OUISB In Clroult Court. Eighth Imllelal' CI.alt
lands 01 M... Ea Kit.Ibn All 8E', ef SWV W of ry .,.. rHAPI.OTl'II: GLANZMAN' 01.t. Bradford County 8tate of Florida. 10 .
E b" W by Walnut eM>t I a In SE: eor .4t 8 a In -.t.. pr"bati4l before tha eery
.trwt ry __ __ .21 8 12 o. :I. Grtma u. ... 41.67 NW ion alao eom at SW aor COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE Bradford County Bank a corporation. Complainant
Ono lot 01 I.n.l In Starksbound. or SW'', of 3W', A run N ..r Brailfonl' Cnunlt. Florida,
..) N b" I1lk II onto 220 ".10 B 112 yd. 8 S20 yd anil recortfcrl' rjv0vmher ath.MU2. n.
townAl ISbyry A Wb W J2l.toW..o--. -.-----IS T S3 21 D. May __________.__ 1.10 ,n It.Ki.t-r "f WIIU. and I Pal V.I.". and Mai-the Val'tta .fib wff..
ThnmMnn .t __ __ 2S 1 12 R 61. Sparkman _________ 11." ]N'a ry emeapt Reutui. No I. pa.. 9. "' said' nr.nd.n.
One tnt In Slnrb bounded B I 1-1 a In NE eor .__.. S 8 sa 8 b" J.ffnrmn ot W bp 8and.r. I NBV: of NEH: ___ 3 1 It.o III D. Mar ._____.______.. 11.74 LAW. tir.vinrr.a: : AND A*. to the billlo In Ih. .bovtt
W'/uf' NWl INWi4 SIGNS, rue Valetb ."
A N A E land of of t.WIlSK r.LAZMAM. .
o"rnslnnu. Denwrk 28 1 II Ban Ba..eMt1 __ _______ 14.12 $"v ___..__......__.. a / sa 120 Unknown __ ___._ IUt OR ,I.OIIISK f.r.A/.MANN. DI4 Valette. hla wife the defendant IMr-
1.01 of blk 13 In G.kin..d'1--- --'- N. 134 0' NI\4:\ _____00. / sa 41S3 Unknown .----_..____.._..___ 11.14 I.OI'tHF.: ni.\N4MAN Ole In named are nn..ldn. of Br.dt.
,7 12 w: n. JIolllqawo Eo" __ '.t8 I ., of ';" of NW4 A EVi I.OLJISK fit..' VSMANS. dweaa' C..ntr. Stau of their
All F'' .;:I NE'4 of NEti N;: : of CMi ot SWVi .____--- t I 80 Unknown ___.______.__ 14.80 rod formerly of \WTBY. 01'.". unknown, that they are each ova. the ag*
:::: : :: $ All SW. SW' W of twwrlr nn. I I. ther-fore
or II I Orin" WIIMD --------- 'I ry exrept nl runly. rlorl.l.TUB yean : I Order
S 10 ot NWt4 of NW'! 4k9'r l 10 a In 814cnr: _...11 1 sa I'' w. A. Eing __00-_-.__________ 410 HEIRS AT r.AW. DKVI': r:Kll: that laid non.r.ldrnt defendanu .
"f NWt1 na.pt S 10 a All except W', of SWV' _. -148WI4 t sa too Unhnown __.....___..__________114.11 AND AISI'IVS:! ..I f.WHTAVB they hereby miulrrd. I appear to the bill
nr SW'' or, NWt __.9t I 12 "If. 1. M.... _._...............__ 11." I At 4 .21 i sa so L. B. MeOUl _____.___.____________ ..111 usor.pii "rC'IIUf.o\v! soul .complaint tiled In >..1 .u.. on or bror
... lID ;f"NwV"------"IIll ._______ 14 of r.l'STVVB' Monday the 4th day "' July A. I>.
F. U 1.7 or BR': 01 NE'' .9l 1 It 1ArdtU 1.oaarl 1 49 tNa to Oontoir _____.. _. II PROL.!. '01'1.
W 24 2.1 "I $E11 01 NI\\! l'WS' of II!:'", of NWVi ______3* say OrtnTlttw Bpsd. _._.._________ 6A8 In hi. own right and a* Levate* otherwle the alleicallone' of alai bill. erlll be
1 a .oii b % I of SWi., Of NWVi .___-_20 $ na .I... apeed ._________0000_____ l.tl3 r nvl. .... of I OUISK CHARLOTTE taken a* eonfaeied hy laid defendanu.It .
entev _a _... .__: ..: _.Y11 12 l' AI. ....D... __ -. N'Jof! 81: of NvV4 of r.AN7VAN.; and ef la further ordered tht this ordar 3. bpublbh.d
Coin .1 n NE 01 BW'. 01 11.011,1 I W4 ______.. ..___is 1 s Sped. ____...______ I.Oli"sB': GI.AYLMANSI. d.e.d. once a week eight eoneaantlte
.or '-, of NE'4 A wreka In the Mrodford. County .f.I..ph. a
NE' a W 41. ehna 'F.I.or" 5.90
run ehna NW' .>f loU 4-5 Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day nwsrapor pubUfhrd In laid ..
.;'h'i.: .. I.3 N'I 8 22 I ('.rri.. U.F..hloa _______________ 1.05' or W'', of NW'' ______2* I 22 123It J.. Rpw.d" ____- ___-_____--______ ; This May 6'h A' D. 1026.
,.om. NE of8W' W ll -f !SW'' ,,f SE'. JE'j I U W F P il.rr _._________. .__?__ 42 DniulMi refund mnncy: : I Ito If PAZO OINTMEVrfall' o W ,\.PERM'N.
.ho. W 01 far
I-I I r NW A a of W- cure Iirhln4. Ullmi. blrrda4 or HnHru>I llnil I iS.eli CI.rl <1.. Cour 1 1l
,' 0/ NE'' a run S I2"rho of '!"' ,,f .f.8;' 2 4 8 2l 9s D..u. p..no.lly ._.____________.__ 74 02 Fllee Ineranlly relieve* Itchlo' Pile". and 1,HIcau S TREWS.S. .

eb. : 4 4I-I 1.1 I ehna chn.to N trg., 1.'g_.. 1\ 6 :2 n 1 Pol W'ue. _________._____________ US I fats. .-:3 .. ______...._ __ __ I 9 22 >1 )I.... M A Ear!. ._.____________.__ 3235 lei truful.bep stir r first avplkatlua' .>hcifor' f, r Comp'alnant' 5.S.ft7. 4


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; _. - -- - -- TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE: 12, 1923I : .
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,: '; Bradford= = County Telegraph l_ I!j HIE r.OlEKNOR:THE AND:LEGISLATORS I' room 1I)1I hospital.\'\\'ood-by-the-Sea planned. New 100- 'I< FO OVER :I: relatives Miss Erma here this Andrews week.has returned I LAXATIVE Colds Cause BROMO Grip QUININE and-:-Tablets Influenza remove-

to St. Augustine where she Is In
half has tbs CAUM. Theo Is onlyona"BromoQulnloe."
[nimbly i not in a century
Published weekly find entered as', Lake Worth-Forty days' building ': training. I E. W. GROVE'S l '* '
I lot,'iiln seen the like of a legislative .jEARS I .I p' '''' oo boIL 30c
'' second! class matter, at the poet' hodIII, perfect accord with the chief amounts to $313,300. I llu :Miss Sarah Kelly i i.* foiling

: office at Starke Florida. executiVe as has been the case In Tallahassee -TJllllltboruugh I fi lends and relatives n Plant City. I obtained thenfur. all the right title and InUivwt .
county to pave 68.80miles I of. the until In and
I \ minor to the follow
Jewel Wiggins and brother
= O I during the sessions just of highways and streets at haarlcm oil: ha:: : bccT: a world- I II I inir diacritic Inndii, rtlluaUMl in Bradford
-- ilosed. It is a matter for general congratulation coat of $3,7115,295.64. I :Norman, motored to Starke Tuesday. I i county, to-wit:
E. S. MATTIIEWSOwner.. that the lawmakers finflmg ; wi'Ie! remedy for kidney, liver and I G W. and R. A. Andrews motored A nMvnOt undivided Interval (In the west

I J. C. RODIN8Nalanaglny Editor. Governor Martin's recommenda Lake Worth-New church to be I bl: rider disoiders, rheumatism, S to Starke Friday: afternoon. 1 I I|I half half of of .the the Houthviuit Southwest iunrtcr quarter and of the auctionrhirtyom. east

i bone excellent acted upon them, eroxtecl costing $25,000. lumbago and uric acid conditions. .. Township Seven South Range.
piiutically, in every particular. A re- I I NOTICK OP APPI.irATIOX TO BELL Twrnlvlwo Eut Kxacpt a strip of Innd on
PUBLISHED EVERY: PUIDAY I j jSt the North side of the Norttiwen of
t I vil'.f the message delivered at the 'I Forty million dollar towruito to be MINORS INTFKfcST IN LANDS I, quarter
M t ho Suuthenat guartr and on the Northeast -
opening of the biennial session in ,, opened near Auburndale. f | Q't1J' ; I Notice IB h..ebIflven/ that the undersigned quarter of the Southwest quarter of about
1 r 'Hs( Itll'llON: KV1K: I' !April, and u glance over the list of G AH Guardian of the |>traon and pro..rtor. / tbreu. acre ;: alto one half acre in the North.
New city of Stuart embraces prop- HAARLEM OIL. Iffn Mnx I'enny, minor heir nt law of Ida) wrat corner of the Northeast quarter of the
I'er YPAr,0\ "]eimitnicnts and accomplishments of erty valued at $10,000,000.Lcesburg :.-..,,:. May Penny ck.0aniMl, and heir of her grandether. i I I Southwest quarter In Section, Thirtyone.Township .
th- legislature shows In nearly every l]j i Ely: Ilickn, cteceaiKHl, late of Bradfordcounty. Seven South. flange TwentytwoKant
u> ,-uuu e! the suggestions made were II /. Florida" will apply to Honorabledtorire tfontanlnu. one hundred fifty nix and on.
iXJu.t! tli! 7Sc hall be
'f -City to built
.h. and I correct internal troubles,stimulate vital A. Gardner. County Judge] of half n..... mare or I....
II ell received and action secured, that parks and streets Improved Hrod-I Dated June 10. ID JO.
at cost Three sUca.All drU l.tS. Insist ford county. Florida at hi. otTicv/ In
I In. HUTS the proposed legislation Into of 250000. organs. Moriiln, on the Fifteenth tiny uf July' A I ROSA Z. NORWOOD
I I i.tr..1.t It is particularly pleasing to I on the original genuine GOLD MPDAL. 11U5: at two n' Ir.f': m' or; iu anon there- Guardian of Ida May/ I'enny.
lifter as can bi for authority to sell at I J, E, CASSELLS,
t I and, thaI .education has been advancedin :, Tampa-More than $1,500,000 involved Sunday afternoon here with his mother private axle for the bout price which ran be Attorney/ for Guardian 6-12-51-7-10
the ,interests of the state through: in farm land deal here. Mrs. Betty Conerly.N. .
t tun special laws one allowing the 1 I I G. Hayes][ Jr., and Malcolm lIar-
$ lute treasury to assist, through small -$750,000 hotel to be builton I
Inner, the poorer and smaller counties Peace river I I rell were visitors to Brooker Sunday I "IOULD BETTER FERTI4.IZEK BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE II"
i a. I tn new extend statute their provides school for terms.the Another statelurnishing Tampa-Gary, Moody Heights and i|I Mr.\ Bob Brooker, of Waldo and Get Jaunary price \list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

I textbooks to be used by J/Jackson Heights to have sanitary !!', Misses Jewell Conerly and Lucile BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.

I impils up to and including. / the sixth I ,ewer system !{,I, Harrell were visitors to Brooker Sunday Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,

.rriulc. Liberal appropriations were Clearwater IJurinj; first three afternoon. 1 Dusters and Dusts.
/ .. !No. 4931n : ""HI'| fur furthering the cause ofliiu nonths "f 1925 133 new homes built Mack Huff, of Clayno, and Buddie ,j I
In,'r education. i iI 1ere. \Russ of Brooker, were visitors here E, 0. Painter Fertilizer Jacksonville, FlaVtWe
j (p.r"mhl11I( !> \ ii' "iiial Highway I' I ISundny I afternoon.
Statutes regarding the and
A ,. ,Hit 1"1)i ) I I I use op'Hll"lI Del,and Bond I -
( issue for roads and
i of automobiles on state roads : :Mr and Mrs C. J. Crews were the

.'loch onulh.. i |.>l.IMI Ii. i In tulle m'', and 'in towns and cities were enacted ridges amount..to $ OO.OOO. j jI guexts of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andrews O

mill\int- Uintinmil. tn, ,il\i, /her area t that will be ,satisfactory. The Intro- I Humes City-Plans completed for' .Sunday. can charge your
about liftv -<-qulI'| niih-. rend Minki' .duition< of industry at state penal in- I i new $.100,000 nine-story hotel. > Mr. and :Mrs. M. D. Harrell and son, OKS
plans to aiilii .1..d,11\ ,]II.(. within Mitutions was recommended by Govei | : :M. U. Jr., of Ellenton are spending I
.j t .. the next five years. ,nor Martin and approved by the Plant City-Erection of 100-room some time with their parents, Mr Storage Battery I In I) ISmith's
-- I0 |: lawmakers. It will he beneficial in ; hotel costing $150,000, to start soon and Mrs. W. M. Harrell. ,

The use of Walnut street by buxses several ways Keapportionmcnt, long Fort -- Mr. and Mrs. T. F'. Jeffoids, of I
and heavy trucks will result In itsrepavlnif insisted upon but often avoided I>y Lauderdale-$140,000 hotel to :; the 'weekend
High Springs:' spent i ii
I be erected on I/us Olas boulevard. StarkeFla.
1 previous legislatures, was emphasized
within a few short months, i here with relatives and friends.: II
., at the property uwncra expense. as necessary by Governor Martin, Avon Park realty- sales average/ 1 Mrs. Frank Woodward and daughter Garage
SUch traffic should be confined as accomplished. The department of $100,000 a day. I !Margurite, of Jacksonville spent! .
much IlK possible to the tutu highway !game and fresh water fish, advised I last week with Mr. and Mrb.\ C. J.
]I which in maintained by the, and urged, was created, and this will Haines City-New mill of Gullidge Crews. .
be of great benefit to the state. These -
state. i'and several other acts particularly Lumber Company in operation. j Mr. N. G. Hayes, Jr.,' of Jackson-
-0- I I Tltusvll1e-Ne- 1 vine, spent the week-end with his pa-
stressed as important by the chief hotel hero to cost
"No"relief promised to sizzling executive, were given favorable attention $350,000. I rents, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Jln'ea.Mr. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
States, reads a headline. There can and I the state will appreciate Uob Brooker, of Waldo, spent
1)8 no relief for the Htutes, but the the action. < Winter Park Ampltheater cost- Sunday! afternoon here with friends.!
Inhabitants can Und relief in Horldit. It is not to be implied l that the :.ng $10,000 to be erected. | Mr. Collie Weeks of Alachua, was & RITCH
l legislature would have overlooked or a visitor here Tuesday.Mesdames REI'KESENT TilE BEST LEADING
Jacksonville now The of neglected important matters that Winter tomatoes of Florida bring \ Luther Ilarrel and Bob INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE. ,

ficial recheck of the census figures were dl'mnndinIItt..ntion/ whether 'iilm-'st 10000000. I IThercssa Brooker spent Saturday afternoon in ACCIDENT, -LIFE AUTOMOBILE .;
make her Florida' ( ,
unrest city. I brought directly to their notice by LaCrosse" with friends.
-0- the 1111 IUSS.\: Miss Jewell visitor ,
governor or not jet it must be Conerly was a
In the recent trial of a mail clerk, admitted that the specific and concise i I to Starke Thursday MADE PROMPTLY
with 21 yearn service to his credit for references( made bjr him were of June i' .-Air. and !Mrs.\ Mr. Bill Conerly, of Starke, spent
taking home !J6 cents of rhubarb great lItI"faclion to the legislators (Calvin Triest spent the week-end ,Sunday afternoon here with his parents -
from u package broken in the mails -the emphasis placed upon several ,with her mother, Mrs. Nora Hogan.Itev. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Conerly.Mr. .

the (government announced it wouijprosecute suggestions, were such as to impress Taylor filled his regular appointment and Mm. Uix-w Dukes and
with "He-verity. "Steal my the people of the state and cause I II at the Christian church : ,daughter Grade Lee, of Worthmg-
oil, but let my rhubarb alone." I I them to realize the excellence of the 'Sunday afternoon. i ton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. You
-0- dt-mund! The unavojdnlbo addition to Among those who were visitors to H. Harrell Sunday afternoon can saveHundreds

UrndCord county citizens should l' the regular/ session of a one-day ex- Hampton Saturday; were Mr. and I i il I Mesdames Nevey Simmons, Troy
l give her representatives in tho IcirisLiture ': Help Itmmt Itradlord County I' ;Mrs. Elmer l'owellIr.!\ and Mrs. Thomas, of Alachua, spent Sunday DollarsWe
a hearty vote of thanks for i ter for complaint, because it was Sibble llatton and Troy Hatton.Hev. ,afternoon here with friends. of
the splendid work they did in both .hllrncterb'.d! !! by close attention to lievis preached at the Baptist Little Miss Lee Ketta Jeffords, of

( houses in having ntnte moil 28 placed buill"'...... There was a determination church Sunday afternoon. i High Springs, Is spending this week
! ( in the second preferential I Hit. 1 on the, part of the legislators to netoniplish Mrs. Fred Cloversettle had as her with her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Harrell. believe the new Michelin
,' MesMrll. Knight, Johns and UuVall the important matter in guests Sunday evening Stella Clover- I' --- Cord will rcvolu-
we thank hand, view and all settle, Cecil Mature and Mr. and ZIF
you. I were avoided petty (\Inferences !Mrs., Karl: Vundstine. .-- i tionie all motoring. Twice as
-- i
One perfectly respectable citizen Mention is often made of the mul- Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Manlre, of Zilf June 12.-Missus. Ellen Howard big as ordinary tires, inflated

complained of the action by sheriff'4ofllcero : tiplicity of laws and. the constant Hampton, attended church here Sunday of Fairbanks, spent last week r to less than half the pressure,

:i In arresting! an aired man'for I adding, of statutes to the already ---_ l I I 'here Mr.with and relatives Mrs. U. B and. Thomas friend and. lit- It cushions cars so perfectly it
peddling' whine "for a living" In bursting; books-and in many states HKOOKKUBrooker ( )
-<< this tie daughter Hazel, spent the week- will save you hundreds of dol.
; iStnike. No however year there have been added
man old has
to ... If end at !Munich with Mrs.\ Thomas' sister lars in car upkeep and depreci
sell bootleg whiskey for n living In' Itcor. not hundreds. of unnecessary June 12.-Mini Virginia
Mrs. Malsom
Hunter.Mr. .
this: section,, and the officers' action I foolish absurd fanatical or Colson, of Pine Hill was the guest of J. W. Lewis visitor ation. It fits present rims and
u. ulMd. In the real bootlegger losing I impossible laws The Florida legis- her uncle G. D. Colson, this week. I :New: River last Thursday.was a to costs about the same as
n ulfpormer.The ; laturc Is remarkably free from such L. Morgan, of Waldo, was with j
i'ervis Lewis, of Waldo, spent the ordinary tires. Will come
i accusation. Some freak laws were ofi i friends and relatives here Sunday. you
\ ---0--- i fpred-some In jest and some in earnest Mr. and l Mrs. S. Morgan, of Mica- I week-end' l here with his parents, Mr. in to sec illSmiih's
and :Mrs J. W. Lewis.
appointment of (t'aL A. Z. but
very few were given more i nopy, were the guests of relatives
Adkirm am judge, of the eighth judi- than passing attention and practical-1 here Sunday. i Mi. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott spent

cial circuit gives, the eighth two of ly none were passed. '1 Miss Gracie Green of Pine Hill, I Sunday at Louise with Mrs. Charley Garage .

the ablest judge's in the state, and i In the hundreds, of "laws" enacted 'was the /guest of her sister, Mrs. I McKinney. __
Maike is E'I Mrs., J. B Thomas returned homo -
justly proud of the fact there were necessarily many that J. Lewis Sunday. '
that both are native sons of old 1 Ilrad-i merely give, n section or a town or S. Brannen and Mr. Curse, of Lake Friday after spending last week at STARKE FLA.
: ford. Starke has no intention of allowing city the right Daytona with her daughters and /
to issue bonds or build Butler were with friends! and rela- ,
I Judge Ailkms to take up his bridges or roads or extend corporate 'tives here Sunday. I other relatives and friends.: /

i I I' residence in Gainesville as the nmend- i limits They mast all go through the Alph and Aubry Hazcn were the |I J. W. Lewis was u visitor to Waldo I1

f; ed act spocifed-and l that's that. 'course prescribed and. yet they are I guests of their sister, Mrs O. G. i iStrayhome Saturday A ,
-0-- of Interest to only n few Laws passed i iat of Waldo\ < Sunday. ,, large crowd attended the part
at Mr. and
:Mrs. II. H. Howard's Fri-
Florida is gaining, the recent session which Interest Miss McKinney, of Micanopy, is I ,
some more pub 'day night. Games
were enjoyed until I
I, \licity through the efforts of a well. the people of the state are few- 'the guest of Miss Eunice Hazen this ',a late hour when all departed l
report 1'T
informed ((7)) writer in the Liberty comparatively few and it probably week. i I'I ing a good time.
i Magazine, who says: "Our notion of can be said that they Are generally Emery Matheny Tiny Mott, Bud-
I'lorltla, without ever seeing it or 1 approved.. -Times-Union.
desiring to go there," ho writes, "it I .-.--.-. I I Mae, Florence, Josephine Chesser I I
and Virginia, Colson all New River, June 12. S. C. Crews
that it consists of wand waiving palim, '1 spent Sunday -
malaria bogs, !pestilential reptiles, FLORIDA WEEKLY INj' :evening; at Hampton Peach .' 'made, a business trip to Starke Saturday .t

I quagmires, flea. by day and mOMqultoe. 3 I DUSTRIAL REVIEW ; Mr. and Mrs Rob. Andrews, of Ft. .
.. liy night with two large . '1 Myeis, arc the guests of friends: and W. M. Hoiigcs, was a visitor to Lake MICHELIM;
'1 I
I full of New York gamblers and hot..I"1 Jacksonville First relatives hero for a while. Butler Saturday.
I ers from Sixth avenue--Of gregati"n to erect- Ilnptist con-1 I 1 :\ and l Mrs. G. U. Colson and son I IIr. Mrs. W. M. Parker is in Savannah,

may be wrong. According to our best I church and l office building.$1,000,000 20-story I I Res.ie, spent Sunday.. at Hampton.I I I'Ga. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Driggers I TTnur tar car 9>e cwtft.Jumd Comfort Corduihnur.honqnc
advices out here I 1 -- I in th i i v
a civilized l person ----- ,.
can with some degree of personal 1 I :Miami-diaries Peering estate of i I I lUtADFOUDBradford. !Donald Adkins motored to Starke r e

comfort, remain in Florida during 212 acres sold for $8,500,000. (30.000( June 12,-:Mr. Fred Con- 'Sunday afternoon. --.

f January and part of February, carrying I per acre. erl.\, :and family, of LaCrosse, spent Casey Atkinson of Waldo, and
-, : an umbrella and eating quinine t : Youngblood, of Graham visi
ry\ against the fever. After February, ---- -. I ted!.friends! !here Sunday.
1 we have been informed the summer rI Air. and Mis. W. 11. Green of
1 I' or pigeon size I Starke. motored here Sunday aftei-
mosquitoes replace' t tin
,,4\ winter S+ .
shift and the thermometer 7ii IHMIIl.Mr
: r rises to its normal hundred and thirt E% I : and :Mrs M. F. Wiggins motord -

<:11 ', where It remains until the following < t.i liruoker Sunday.
January, This iK i one of the tlmuiabout ('/a rrul and Casey Atkinson, of
FIII.J'III'hll'h discouraged u" ( \\\t Roast nI \\ / .., and George Rivers, of Starke,

when we thought, of her future." ThIs I /tied! Itn.vie Gainev, of Brooker, mo-

well-informed ,pel" son imuht gain, I ti'icii here Saturday afternoon.
some useful data for his next explo .Mr and( .Mis. Floyd Wiggins mo-
ion by comparing the temperatures I Beef t"I'' d 1 to Gainesville; Saturday h Itl3-WLLWN N F'NLEY-IPUI:' "
through the northern Mi' >- Alphie Hodges has returned
states for the .
past week in" in, limn Starke :for visit +
with Florida's t'p until ,'II a with
e I II, '...itHCS.Livingston, .
June Oth 175 people died from heat (, I
through tho north. Ii Russ and Royce Gainey,
< -o- .! When tender ,f," B"k.l1utur..d,' / \ here Wednesday McKinley and
i < .
1"1'i iiiion.uh

JIWOE; .\. ADK1X8\ : I juicy and fine ; I .\.) Thomas, of Starke, motored
( I /11(11 t F""ill i )' morning. Sound Money

Governor Martin has appointed flavored it is I The limit growers of this section
Honorable A. Z. Adkins! of Starke as an Y are. -hipping' tomatoes dlilly.1 .
additional judge for the 8th Judicial 'I Mr./ and Mrs. Mailer! Thomas of
Circuit. In making the selection the \I ideal meat for ,'/;/ :Mnki.", visited. friends here Sunday., It was the martyr President William

and governor one who has will appointed administer an able justice man, i I the Sunday dinner \\\ll'lj\' Ft.Mr Myern and!. :Mrs.\is visiting R. A. Andrews friends and of McKinley\ who" made the term "sound

impartially to all famous.
money" President
McKinley was'
d Judge Adkins has practiced law in The Qulnln That Does Not Affect The llesj
Bradford county for n number of and you are assured of ideal BITIIUSI* nf Its tonic and InretlveCeet. LAXA- a great believer in banks lie frequently
years and IK fully qualified to fill the rive oe without:'>Io.: (Tablets
high position to which he has when by V.t; rnu-inJ' +neeenrrinapog, advised his friends to bank their money
Appointed. been roasts they are purchased at lit tho C W,chuVE S tignatunou box .We.
S lie was nn ardent support.
er of the governor during the campaign market. You have rib A TONIC A bank account Is a cure for worry
and his appointment carries our can or .
out the promise of the governor that Orov '* Tasteless chill Tonic restores Are you a bank depositor ?

a he would appoint his friends whenever rolled roasts as you prefer. Everything Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
and wherever vacancies occur Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its If you are not, start an account with

f., red or row offices are created you may want in the meat strengthening invigorating effect'! see how
us today.Bradford.
The Sun
wishes for Judge Adklrnit I It brings! color to the cheeks and how
I successful administration of legal line and all of the best. it
i,s affairs which come under his juris i Improves the appetite you will then
(, diction.-Gainesville\ Sun. appreciate Its true tonic value.
I -o-- Crove'f Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply :y
.for 111I411I
Stop, look and listen bill which Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So 4

would have required all motor vehicle Variety Meat MarketPhone pleasant even children like IL The bloodne..ds
County BankBradford
to come to a full stop 60 feet from a QUININE; : to Purify it and IRON to
railroad grade crossing killed by the Enrich It. Destroy Malarial germs and
house. 124 Starke dIp germs by Its Strengthening. Invigorating County' Financial Stronghold

., Effect 60c. Established


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